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Vol. 8, no. 217 (Aug. 18, 1911)-v. 28, no. 148 (June 2, 1923).
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WJ~"; -, tSw mWtabb'u-"M
iibit it looked like & fight
M ETI:'M d that it has become
it ...a0,' oaid'Qovernor Wl1-
Ia.n ad4resse in the Bronx,
eroup eerTing of the large rrowd
that greeted him "Suppose. for ex-
arpple, that I should be eletced pres-
ident; tt is a reasonable h'ypothesils
a I. great shout interrupted the
Governor and the demonstration last-
ed: several minutes, "what I wanted
you'to do, was to tvalt for the rest
of the sentence," continued Lhe nom-
inee, with a laugh.
"Supose I should be eleceipd on the
ISth of November, and everybody
would say on the 6lh of Noveomber.
'Well, hie has got the job and it Is
up to him.' Now what do you sup-
pose would happen? Nothing. You've
got to stay on the job anil bark me
up, or there Is nothing In it. There
8Is no ue1 putting men in office unless
you are going to help them do your
thinking; unless vott are going to
help them know your needs. No man
can think the same thoughts of a
nation. The leader must know and
think. What is there in leadership
if there Is no one to follow?
"The gentlemen c ho were to have
crossed swords with us have de-lined
and have fallen back ilpon emprry
bogies," he added. The governor
argued that the democrats In the
session of congress re, intly adjourn-
ed and proposed a reuiiirtion of Ju-
ties similar to that which President
McKinley in a repuhllcan adminis-
tration had advocated. Hie derlated
that when the DIngley hill was pas-
sed "everybody admitted Ihat the du-
ties were too high; that there, tariff
emhodle.i a provisilon by v hiih tlhe
secretary of state was auithorized to
negotiate recipro--al tri-alips to bring
the dutles down to, 20 lipe-r ent. but
the senate prevented their passage."
The democratic house .he said iias
purposed an average j-edctiorn eqnii!v-
alent to that advocated !,% President
McKinley and yet its tariff bills had
been vetoed.


A. WORLEY JR. HAS

PASSED EXAMINATION

TO ENTER THE LAW

Mr. G. A. Worley. Tr., has uccessa-
fully passed his examinations and
will be licensed to pratlee law in
Florida. ,


MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


GOVERNOR WILSON'S MESSAGE TO DEMOCRATS



OF THE UNITED STATES ON THIS RIG RALLY DAY


OCTOBER SAW

SHIPMENT OF

40,000 BOXES


Astonishing A m oun nt of Grape
Fruit Shinned. Despite Closing


TIDE GATHERS IN GREATER ATHELETICSTOY


VOLUMEMAKINGREADY FOR

WAVE OF GREAT VICTORY

Standing Face To Face With De-
cidion That Will Affect Whole
Pni-_n Af Utinal TWA.


us.---rr I -wris -u 6", Uuursn of '1auuuuz LU100
Of the Packing Houses
Governor Touches Upon Many of the
ALL HO WILL PN Big Questions Confronting the
ALL HOUSES WILL OPEN ,People of'i.merlcaI.---rit e emrs.

NEXT WEEK FOR BI RUN oCom ou
berg to l'ote for Principles.

]Lord Commission Menp and Pdckers PRINCETON. Nov. 2.-Governor
Agree in Opinion that Grapefruit Wilson. democratic nominee for the
Market Will Shpw Big Improve- presidency, to, day issues hi "'rally
day message" to the democrats of
ment, Shipments of- immature
the nation, urging them to vote for
Fruit Bringing Rarket Down, the great principles as lal. down
Srfirst by Thomas Jefferson. The gov-
S, ernor s messag e is. in parr, as fol-
The astonishing total of 40:.000 lows: en Ion. We
bxsof-grapefruIt 'r as h.-b from Friend and Fellow Cltizens:.-WeI
,h boes oAn et'hltwas otwipsad ro stand face to ace with a great tie-t
this and nearby points during Oeto-e islo, e decllon which will affect
her, the first montn or t, e presents the -whole ctlse of our national life
season, representing one of the antd our Lndl*ual fortunes throughl tI
heaviest monthly shipment everout rilie net generation. We ,must
roiedsoutofnthimsectipoentsuringanmake the decision on the Slb'of No-
rolled out of tibis section during ank ioember it v I not be postponed. We
year. And thli notwilthstanding the cannot vote without making it. a nd'
fact that during the Last two weeks It we do lot vote those viho do will
Small packing houses have een runi-i make it F or iw
intg light, 1lN fact, many of them The next four year will dr.termlne
v I-I ii wo we f e ho we art, to solve the testlon aroI
..havqT n sedfors.week.f..t the tariff, be question orf th sjtA4,
41V: aiT t for pfriorthe, I two tr o f F eitn of tke ror. mint
ii i e tip I e 4 .larbr tJb bof r lholt *!, n
,,,; i.. .. -rv-nA .&, e rg
,,, "t tQW O M -,, "t'







r s ,. i. e n ., ,,,, , .' t'h' '- : t i '.;"' i r i o b k n .rd i
n wli l run i ut m ri fruit ext I '-dre rE h- .ork and healLhfiil pros-
Te[e anl hi Gl week Jaudon' will getpbackintI prrlt of oir whole poplltion.
Stie old s oifa tar per daand wlv ,IthrI' In the fields or in thIe fa'-
II'C Ol sprid f acarper ay.and tor-iP, ,or ill the Mines. th,- firn. Ps-it
MR. 1 iO.G oI11USER l r. T. A. W infield will open'b ni!s ";hmentare of afrgn I oy] Lan Ip
EXLAINS OIT A ,,, aginforbusin-ppess. Chaseif.on n n nd pio in d thi new.il i ro,' i
an -rmi l 'au i- ii open the air pack- rn io "uponr ",r- m r c ,iait' T ,l ir -






my c ml j r' 'o l'-ri^i f Co [r [i)" Lr a i ..'*il pi ,n e iOrI! .! h 11 f fii.; n ii
dM'del Lald on-interestotnnar-'






EX LA N P O SITIONf' 1.S th i~n. '' Ing l iorns]e il' o il t~he M rodel Lan roll go i r u f .1 fninan cin rg exonro Ig11 0!-'~ lr
1ai j 3 gic p. a.'out i 4 m n iles.oiit h o r i n ni iri e lln- tg [1,
thi Plael e iear i thp station of K .n- It -a r.l' e i n tli, en cit, ti, ,ar r-lI
dal d toill r, k Lip about t breel and t-heP -.tnsion f o .he ia-I itan,
STREASURYt rCANDIOATI E "' ofTt thegoe.Prnmip nt to tho; I, ,|in,
Loral eIxplain31-6 bi r m, r an .] o.f pok- progranis of ur, -lt 3nd bn b it-riliprit to
l'. alshe i ,Jint o\.Iho,,t, e\cfpr -o nof which so- m or ,the t t mind.., of oir
Proni? en to P tlill.-"h Preqluent ar. thc 011l ir,. r n ir t he-g 'ri,-1r- it mar- ige have tturnedl i |h wis e hli, a l I
nients sF to ll nti y l.'inanciali .et.' ,h BhI. h.- et(-tni thee trirrp ofr ardor.
pa diis l itirl ing .ltii,1,. fIr h i he i .t n.r aThere, i: rn'iIlto hit lb Ionr and it






np s ba' .- rae* np n 71 -11:, fo th l -oal ItIt MV; ,., i p, donf. in. ill-,n fi h i ir ll, i ,,,| r
(lonrliti' n if He I, Elected Connty t,, a r\\ l;l. . t n '1 i iinrts, rlni h ,o ,tni d ine f'tie tight 'i, ; n aid
I' h o,,V t a;. -l ae~t iftt thl ri-ht an" or- wit rJill d i n
Treasiur.r ,rand it O Give to l.eno l-. tht atl" ,:l- ,tinge ,h-i ,1'( ir Doiln roibi ..T not rel.-'e Ill.,-l. The
within.. ,I ',,.' -,l t. o r" fhi marle i t i i riff quo-tion niist- i. rl -.j n I'i .-
ful a ndi C[ io. e .i ttentni i t. ,irl g1-na.-' ( r i ,,- ,-i --i t nd p nt.raf t he-. int,-re- -,f 1r ., aho a i k an- d 6r nil
"rir~ i,-n v oir-iiIli': e" itich h \,. nd rld .,n qn, 'Irtgle. l th_ le l.' al,
it i,tr 'i i io 1 In r .i-ilinp at )f Florldh. i tin- ,ihz a 1,inrl -I d and 'woriia ott?
I tal:e thi, -thai of exrlairi] r i t- it i th-l. i Ch t ,-ut .ithi the ad 'arl a .t n ,it ,r ilo hn ih to Th the c" irre
mv crandijlat ', for iiilt,'l i- 0 0 o f ',OLIr!i- I gi ..na-uri alli, ,I '. 't- o lirn i ntl i.e- i l t th t il i r,1; u id i t tnfi i..
tv Treasurer i.o the m lila cw ter.-i tn- r,- m-ir-n,1 .r if the cro. -lgi go i. ,I ] ..--.. r iuin on life. r or iie ]' I
whom I regret I have i.een) Ut ria e i b i- _r fin', rhtti hl t.- t..-n? tall Iof 1, i,'."' r ithat lil h,-i1.1,-






e^ ,p, ( l~~~~ i ie i t~ r.. ri,? tp i -ti i, -" 'u~ I -V" o -e 1: 9" -1-l fo fl ip ..
meet beisaLIe of tbhe s ze of'th t -- j irrii'' ri.o- 'i -t i s l, ll, t c- tJie anio run fi rlr t
ritory to be covered and the lenerth ( ........ I ,, -p'l i ,ilar i of I Ii Iohr
or time allow.n d rs eOd. i FN, Wl :X I iA.-i 'T. .A rdun t tl' l,-lI rn nrole t fir I r '. l 1,
Shrp ae tried, by n I nolt I c aln t tt .t; t l'BN E,.s lON'. Tl;'. I' rul t r'Pr io n mi, [,t ,i;.pait
fully explain my plan of hand ll I --W ith tlue ,r, rin 7 ilt,? t tid' 1,i'-i trugrani,. to d.. p .,.'.l
funds and the buslnss of h Li. t o,- f th e iil, tani,, lrn C el t c-um ingi riny il 1 i'd.. filli;ii In-
I). whihh i s -iniply a arge busl ness Sattir a- aft-rion, i fta C ,o- n r.tnI.-,, yi%-ho .,n,{ ii it. I,,u;Ii . i nr
and to l-e ha llied strictly on a bi.j;- h iri frrn eiu 't, ,,-r c,r ola t,--rl r-,--Si'at i s I ,',i a
pe baTi-t rl ta.-iv tvPs a.i it- J;I e d .tolldli, o .1%IiP- i, -'' -i'n. c* e +or i' -lll i."
iT h. rr haqarer I i, iL, lit o neat r|lla l t-i 'a ln f h-,il .trol 'lar igt f r'11, i-, r folntie of a-
and tlhe mrli Teatateent. to know The ,ar r rve.- one o t lii h1 .r. '..irT Il -I% nan qtid.-
rho'. it iii-tiiift-n 'irni g r ed J. Iu r'.T n r, '- n ohh i1o %p' .rr io iti iiml' inM H 1
o -~~r i', r ;. .. t l ir i--gJlut ri~lf 'nIi, :.-
l sh .tll. th. E rfor,:. lro time i-lci rul. |'om e' fri ,-' rnd a ill 'e t''p to rl- itc l n I r11. t
pu".-ih fti:statement-- ho t i i-, ft total isi- l I r'- ,i ,. '- nia. i v 1 i, l r ;
.oni uin of' rite CoLunt' c IC n .;nl .r mr month ,of fltcier I"i'' of[- l rtl i a" i l nrl it" I.
sTti times, 1o 1 \l tha st : holding i, iiUr iic tle i w t-a.Ir, I t H tl io ip t-.rii rs"t -l ati I, .:.,,






ochdna i'rbjiiu-'I1.i-r witl fllebr-lie:r t'Pdin itt tne--v'^ -t ii.--'c i:-
warrantSe or ha irig oL f elel tig fu(r m. i-r tir e" the rrdiu n"iue h-
'. c l ith C oLrtlty ma!,y know v .%hat (o, 0 Frida,: hi.-. 'ril.4h ,, -I ,rn iti. g, ods, atid 'hll ci, iii-. t',-







v-ith Itle vlnl mi.p rP;o ni, 31111 li na1i l ion n 11 11-I
ex r.e.: ti eRn e nt-ar .l i-.r l]a- r', -o i h tie. i li le fll. tie nlu Lhn r' I.lii tn n I 1in-
if Pla.irt I shaall citle_ the c-fft,,' ti tr ,-a ,i ho t ic- fl--'i.f :)31-, il-is ilir t iut .'eq orhi- h.,iti- ii d ,i I ,t'
careful and :Iloe atter nt o all -a lnt h,.:', Ic'...li. r 'r i- 1 i nr ,i ; r- r .lP n t eli if fi lo'l .

,having- t euslne .r- nith it Shalll. i- i-' t" nd ..i i ;i.r "iJbs al\ 1s lieee- it ir l ti i-n-I, 't
treated right. I f-IluTat I .4m Q.Itia ;l 1 e.'.-I.,at luati r. ,sf ne-ina i rj-.' ; iir t r- fl iV ri v nirto ,.ttin s.l t a;

e l ii o [~n .t r- )| .t r r iliient a i al'rii The s-'! iFi'tIVTI''OtNt d i lh tilng', to e
hned torshold thce Iosjtlun btIll, %n I:. ii iliac 0 h iiur'lei;lv(chuur, n pg 1
large aii i %- I. ss-l bin-ness e'xp.-r-`Ii ii.qiir)V- rk iP1f~tn "I[i n n ie
ene o lu ct ani la o ii' fi- I itc r-,.h eo. Iii n lirinilne in ________________________
"n t o i l n i s c o t iro o f D" d '- .. .. .oit.e'P 1 1 ,' .. .TtP
--id %rr-s n I)jd(910 Di if re)A ororlung Toto lu 1 *+*+-I'i-- I. + + + + %. + ++
1 afaicrays otl-dI i.- [trnlrc0 rnir elari. C fl, riiita-hi-' lo ta.1kesq ex.t hi:1
hr V LIet, u, i p lptintilt-.: to rill' -Oii- 1v-in, iirnucnd 4'4i~arvAhales r in -Ii. -1 E FCTI N IR+'T
iratr nortxih. starting '2' 1," 1, ro rt-+ TI',I 'I NIGHT .,
4Ad'v. ohO. G. HOI'SEII. flu tn vi;, Nwton Nv', '! ...
Wit'h tel'eIraph cicres in the
'- e o p t lii Cll lon ann Ia Ielp-
,'.n Hn~n~e n~e / ;II .olohr to =.- ,raph l fir-itorlat(d ;kitlg if e ee- ""
Scandanavians- W TTill Celebrate," 2-ti-n p'el r Ithrefr'om rn f;gl% +-.
n4 ii~they come frol ecer-, tii;; 1
Securing of Religous Freedomn -r in the ,nio.. The ]teirnpol-
+ lhw, nhadeoarranlg, tenlfnt far ir .l
ingi ds tie peo-ple of Dade roun- -jl
I%" t lv- reirll'n. from tine national. I
Plans have bieit l3aid an,] lie- in- Rc.na n r i lr, J I I .1 -'i',,. F ,., -p'.- CU I -rate tvld ln'l t't ae.ltn nec -oI-
citations, Isueed tor hIqt .-.illa .l' S.- itelji hir tc fr- .e n, rF 'e e I[, *i "l'rii -ay might proti|olv andl n -
bl, bi.t he largest gathi-. l uf S.ai- i-t ,',i,, l. [Ilipil dd i \1o, 1f . I ";" itF 11" 13..+


The news came by way of a trele-idinaviar-? oer held In this, .ot|nt:. ip-
gram from Tallahassep. where Mr.I iug the aturilversarv r]lebrrirth-in of tile
Worley has bEern raking h, e .ami- d.ath ot (.';u1ta-'is Adolph.t,. to in,'
nation, and his many friends fit Mi- held Ft ti-a Ssedish Ltitheran (hrt'h,
am; are bearing of it. with deep in Hallaadale on. W-edned:iy. Not-'u-
pieaure. ber i C, -ar S p. 1M. Th-- priorn:lat
- The young man Is the son of .Tidge urnht-r of the pe.-r-ning's prnpe'nim .t Ill
;G. A. Worley and has InliaeriLd nu c' I be a le. tare bv the Ret. A. I St'n-
ef his fathers ability an an orator i Wal. the- themr- of th disi,-roitn, to
and shrrewd rea-;oner. During his blthr h ife andl th resault'- of hp tI-
four year in Milami high school-- of GOuSIaLI- AlOjiPhis, the grear ST i ..
from wbich he graduated in 1910-- dish military leader nhn, with I.is
he w always in demand as a leader stalwart followers. eprt inio Ger-
tIn debates and gave promise of being many in 1632 and turned tih tride of
Ccnlau.ad&M aPsa Pe lva -1 the Lhtirty years' war agailaalt the Holy


I;-i.I. thlie i:,iii-r' L\ Ir .- .i 'r' lJThe y return' will he fla.li- :
II l l ier p il! I.- -1r.iil i l-- : rl + Oid -111 n n IIime '.rrpe n ti a D itrIll a ting
tuiiJ il, tlT in r,' i-i dlr i,; Ii- i'ol )\, c I *- ,itn o 'pnirrin. i- n or h1npe. L -!-it
b).' a g-1n ral -.... ,. 11itui. b ii,. r|-iz.".i- :- Iwin pte 'erfprd thi rJe ; itt't it-- l -
trn'-lilt n III I :rrr -I 1' I"in I lhi'i .,1i -! tuin 1 1 will he in hiy S ('i lock in '.'
l.:d ,- of llaila|,i.il- + the evening. +i
in -u ncai finc 1- cli,- 1-'li-ii, tiorn I ri1 *+ Thle liternl pliiilivt iQ ;nvitedil
ni,'-,rrilti M r. F i-I'-, ill 1,'i.,' t i hr e to i fl, e. .'e. lp p tlltinPil ele, .
i-'.p le ell a;; :ut.i-?n-I.-i, e aDIV" hp-P ' l tiion iPtilt1n'. aI- t it quite prolh- .
f'rroni 1i1 to, 21,, i,.,-nl '110 c v'illd4 t- nhle thml hefnre the Ilsildnig lih
v -'i Ifromr ev'er:. til!l ft i-i- ttni-.i, -.+ l-our it cill he known iiho %ill +
")Irs. Stic.u_'tillll il i ojt. iionn New N -.,. he thep IIP\f president of the .!
York to I,: pre-rnt ar ihi' PIenm. and + li'nitil State. ,
cll make her inIome in thej -outh for+' i +
the winter b* 4*, *4*.i 4., 4. 4.4** V


WITH MIAMIANS

AND GRAB GAME


The Big Philadelphia Ball Players


G:ve Expert Exhibition of the,
Major League Playaing


DILLON SCORES RUN


PRIO5 TEN


BEAUTIFUL BRICKELL AVEL-.


TO BE CLOSED TO PUBL


ANOTHER ROAD BE V

____ ____ nun1''cTOiii otiat
nriff UL wnl County Commissioners Ordfl

STORM DELAYS1,P.Ing.ofOneofTeMoc ,$


M O A B T Roadw.,,In the SLA l H

n nDn BRICKEll AVIWEE HAS ?i


SAILS V VUJAT

Big Iron Clad Steamer of the Van
Steamship Line Stopped Short


FOR MIAMI'S INDIANS Time in MImi Yesterday

Athle Fr ""ll, 'thlin, J AX, I Xtl HAS BIG CARGO


tery for (iGreater Part of the Uamen,
Though Tillman Went in the Box
in the Seventh Innlng. Surprising
Himself hy Fanning Barry.

Despite the fat that ti? big Ath-
Itlea from Philadelphia toy.ed witlc
the Miami boys like cat, with a
winded mile. the game yesterday was
far from being uninteresting, and
some li ky turns by the lotal lads
made occasional situations that look-
ed [ike real major league game of
baselBli. At times, atso. some
smooth baseball tricks, common In
games where tihe great aud near-
great p~ay, surprised and chagrined
the local boys. The MiamJ.plkyers
were unhoubtaly "scared t' dewtb'"
when thi,,astatcd in, w&&-;I",flat


FOR BOAT'S FIRST TRIP

Dr. Lykes Awrtves in Miami With
Cargo from Key. West. Franeis E.
Jn Front ke Balani.'-Salvage
11 .F
From the Pi Daq ])e tioo Sold
Yerteaday n Pdblic tscirtoi.
0 i
Aith6uglx delayed ?.o days by
story r*eat,4t In tw i region of
Kuilgtii Key, the bt'htAamer Mor-
gaas, ewbich Ias bee,'"purAaesdb by
the "A*9 *Stg" ltttfi%..
, , ,,- ".., ," " . -


O *t v) -.. 1wM ,K 91mi1; Vg wau asir
aTOKa m ete, ROWzau~
ball.' :"'fi; 'l4tti'tli* ntd hm.oat'wF
le lw'h al 'dow pd paliers have leanwr, tadorrow afternoon.
been a littlee shaky in 0h0 region of
the knees hen thth Mr. .3. G..Croslad., manager of th,
gazhcompanywasmuh surprised wen
great Plhiladelphians. for the mp n bs hl rne hat th b th a ela stam
v.ere in very trth. giantS. moet ohe l the boat as selam
thepni woildy oanire6 ;t fer in their i th a barbr tda
' i o ul.,ng feet. or above, anti of stal- afternoon He had o, rosee, it was
vart hbild and it'ell detlop'. ,lninl- in hJackeonviile loadlig aup and get-
lep. which sho edil rtr.-. zn their ting ready for all in ., having r 'riv-
t-laseball shirts Thr wrre menP. ti nto word to thp contraiv H sti-
,[ Pbe ip.-ltoned hll ii ati- pln.r ] this morning that the delai had
where 1 irrIngth andl shil ] .ere re- raised the rompare gievt dliaii.| .jiit-
'Ji lred Lipnr. but that he tia-ld Per huope
Thrp t-rp biltt lao evf ra r nr n n that s'i ri a thing wo'i 1i On Olto
,the ai tv i of iiai ers a t f ,r thr l a til a a l ,I -
-f, Cnptaiin d an .1M iro', 1-i all bi 'ui-lasy enroUI [rcO PnN 'A Oi-Piis
raid il. T6 extramen of-p t\ n had beenI ntnierBoii andl1 P-
rilp MiNra i sWnl-. anil d ompio-e.l tI| 'iti, acorlling to ih- a. a-iJ i 'l t hi
Ittorer' for the firqi 1.ri ui it- gaieip. 114' i a|itain of thIp bouit ,A" Mr
rillnian rtIlpvi ug Ti.ii, a m o i t le Cru-i1atid. Bad % w.-jI hii I- didId.
inoltnil ini tite epv-in: I .,dn j i' it It- i air-rl.-ei ll thp ii il 1 t ) r c'.1 J
ing uk. lie tiip -r iitrchu .J Ut -ie 'I hi' boat. Mr. i'ro-ilaind tiiU d i.i
till. P d-,dcj i iinsirj ii;ii;g HBarr., nto Lo U- inlici tit.-r liar. hi- iii [,-. w
fdi'niiig arir liln. If l i tIIf r -i o ait Itan I t tIi 'i Cii rrI lie o 1 ii, .iitii
I rI Pnil..t rli sin at thl 'n l I-' iIi nrfcufitll iuin ii to'i t at nL"4tZ--i
for .-; Idp icr i-o f hill l.- Ig cii iai lv tyf


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Few Drives in Soutith Florida .e.. .>
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Beauty-New Road Will Be BRt ;
By Mrs. BrIckell to Take Plai. e%
Drive to be Closed. ,
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Brickell avenue, one of the bewl-. i
tlful scenic drives which bas been;:r
the delight of Mitalllans and tqurJifs, :.,
will be closed tQ the public, e4*i...'
leat a portion of It, through offieL.h;
actlonllby the Dade county bbaaiJ*'q
Ctwmitslainers at q recent Mwt^rl^
The action 'of .hle bard was Wtake.h'
the res uest of MVrs. Mary Blk4ti,.f
the hoard ateptlng her plea tg AeJ5*'1
the d'riviR and to build In lieu thw*
of another road leading sptvOt
from the 0iy. tblp new roas t
built'.at the expnfe bfW Mis. tA08 .
and In uc.ordance witi,..pecigtiJA
laid down by the ktomnlsafoneia.
There,ar few drtive.,in Dae
ty 'hbat compare .$? Oltl cK0it g
u a .road4o a, steaik ft ttto
rortheon~i$g oldipg^T I CIu'l
by-MTe hostilei at thfki*-ti*a BB~


'fli wsrve"'n W%-^fpgcxfi^e^
shall IM du. f e-t is-
,the Ith EXfl"W
allhown. j r r.rM *r idlv't. '*. trff .
whli.-h the compispionui-r- A crapct3E.:..-;>S
avd acted uo on, h %' p etI tiOa U ei,:.;. "
In part as follows:' -ot.' i. .
"Whereof, 'n view of the preIlA .: "'
Pni for the conlIderation hereinafter
*'et fuith. pr-tm ion-.' pra-'c the ord."r
of the lbinord tb:a.t BrikRell avenue,
a.- Ihi' Fatre i- new laird own and 4
ri--i-;nat-. titimn he pI1.at of the re-
;Till i .lin r-f ,art or s-r.-tions 38 an'] .
"' araI1 s'l of sia-tion 40, township
"'. 4rulht, of range 41. east, be closed
Irorni a noii,. ltirpn lot .38 of block
n r l l'.1tI X of tloi I t b. according
S.ij. r,1 [lit. ti, ;t- Interseiion with
-'I .-ii. it Miarolm avenue
as dcl-ini,-.l inlon said plat may
I.e ts't-e'u '1, [.,ti,;ti, toij from thbp
iir-r~r;.-l',ri, P ,' Biroa ]wa,. to its in-
l ., i' ti ,,i fli e I;-1 aII tvenule, and
it ri ... il. '. '.-,prl: a' .anie I- now
.tl dl Lr.n m -].1
'Thaiit in r-"rif ;-'c.ratlon' of the
I f-i f I ii.ii t if' Brhck 'l ac'entle
and .l .je- i]titg Miatmi atenii.,' to be
i '..iii, I 031,. ias alore described,
Si-'' .e-i 'cr ,ii ib, fIgi,:Ps to grade
:'i nd l'ati '-,iaaml -'.-i'tIp from its in-
r -r'., -it, l itI' Br".jti -l-a to its inter-
i 'i,| ii li Friri. :eil av ruie atr her
'l eI ] I .--r- p Ii oi.'dni p ivTh t spert-
Ii, tit_' t- t 11 Jill grade and
,',- i,-- of rr.,r l. n t )o ri' rnilshed by
1 -i.- i ,,r1I o' o.i0r1-, C-':iniiisionerB,
i i --i I'e i-.nlmrn. ed as soon an
: '.l orI l, ;.i i-.-,n atl i -1il ( -I.lcted as
ill. I T ... I .:"'' .'' I,. r ;n not less
iuti ci' i o Irisi Tiiii f inlat, of or-
.'!-n. 'il-o iiunr pi-tliino %r mili grade
31. ,- t 1,- itiF 1 Ci-r..r h.r *o1d-
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'il rio nnin re I -' rt ronrd r; nlink
ili rou1 i 1, r .' 'f litirI.: i. foresald.
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MiR. lIxx LI. F. ID. I NEII,
SURiI'RsI.-.D ONH i.W 'E,
D)r an.] M, 1'- D. Suell were
1,.1 1i..i, v -I- iiip ,ied Hlallo '.'.' 'on nigbt
I-\ a pa hl I tl.pibnor-, and- friends
an tht-i, lion n- in Rivertitp. The
c It I mit: w-a i'learantly apent in
Hl Inli-, 'i- gant.-s atil fortuno-tellun'g,
LtlY 1 ,- hiliJr. ,, f thie party spent
sn MP tinie Iin"5iiPrndniul in thp. neig4.
borirhoo,] ailh rlieir lack o'lanterns.
Ti,- gir sl, h.oii prepared a second
;:r'ri-, .e I hai)e' if a niie Ilunch coi.
srificr ot 'and-.- iches. fruits, chocfr "
l-. Iolip ern and randy, which was
.er',.-dl ar a late hour


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,-r'l"ietur itc-i. '.e- t,liat Amearioda', .-.** :.. S
,)nu,'irf',r.--]-;trpd students of co s ;"' .
r'.'ri'al .iil iic, ts do not male th : .,u.
l,,1u tI..- of rthe large opportitnti .,;. "i ..-
.effoelreil b. (IPp misetims, a-nd et'bC :'..
SI .P-rnl $li0t t top:i of Ithis rlCItyV. 2"a"fl
N-, it' I Miil ii 14 giving Bspwi4%
l u0 tilt 1- tie devCe-lopitlent Of us'-.. ....
-'1 t u... mercial and ackpoula "...'.
\.,hie au Hl a inre. building pn tl I'b i,1,
r i is ar,'ot, l to displays of A f .-.'' -'
init mant -hararler i Many)' P ^--SlSs
,-,l.ii.,, -ire a enrinry open tB'' S b.ul i .p : ..r ,
q aTid others are,. beti 1.j.. :
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Fannie Bebee, who has charge of
the m..r;nrii of the papers.
Erskin Thurst rn Irtr. who 'has'
been with the '.-,IF. i,.r years, is
busy during all the iay licht hours.
A Busy 'Business Place.
Few people who have ever been
connected with a live wile-awake
newspaper know how busy a place
a newspaper office is. There is at-
ways -',.ni Flnl- to do, and every-
thing must be done in a hurry. A
daily newspaper publishes the news
and it must be published v Iil.- it is
news, not after it 1'-i-rniiip: ancient
history. But v iih thne il.i-to-flate ma.-
chinery anrd ih., I ,r- -.i ihrhe-miniiaP
wrrlrmen T.hp M .Trr,||,li finds a an
i I:,-Il t 'g gr.. iei.? |?olIle, or Mi-
an;i and Dade count.' arnid So iti Flor-
ida a newspaper that is worth vivi.,?.
a nep ;Frir.i'-r that prints all the news
lile It i I1: news.


BOGUE OPENS NEW

FURNITURE HOUSE

Under the management of Mr. T.
"H. Bogue, the Florida Firiui'rP com-
pany has opened a business in the
old central school building on Ninth
street between Avenues C and D and
with a large and varied stock of fur-
niture and household necessities, and
the firm is now ready to serve their
patrons.
The entire lower floor of the old
school building has been leased and
each room filled with furniture. Ev-
erything is new and iir.-in-drte and
while the building III r. ised only
timporRry, the stock has been well
*1 rrrr i 7i- -'il
The company is planning to lease
a store room on Avenue D and to
put in one of the largest and most
complete stocks of furniture in the
state. Mr. Bogue, the secretary and
treasurer of the company is well
known In the furniture business in
Miami, having been connected with
the Miami Firr iur:re company on
Twelfth street for a number of years.
HOUGHTON, Mich.-The board of
supervisors of Houghton county has
appropriated $70,000 for county iro.'-ri
work the coming year.


D. G. Tenbrook, one of the promi-
nent citizens of Fort Lauderdale,
spent yesterday In Miami attending
to business matters ond shaking.
hands with many Miami friends.


//'W^ Ks^ ^al~';--


lBI. It..I] TO INCLUDE
IN Y4t;l( (iibiEIl
a r', niiiFli s pi'.. -'r our paF kage
go,',.l- "nh will n r. t spoil, and
,oFi'il ihii th"-m inihty handy to
h.\- [In ini- hriLimi 1
(lil'ris YI>R (;IRO(CEIIES
IN PI1;,'"ON
iJ' ..ou-r: ijr-nit. A% isitl h rem n in ans
Ln-n oniijFg a' 'iaint'-di vith niany a
tat.le laint.y oii vr wouldd otherwise
ni iss.
A. E. Lowe & Bro.
FtO'l I AinnIp Phone 220-


Williams-Wethers Company
REPUBLIC TIRE AGENCY
330 Eleventh Street Miami, Fla.


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Victor -Victrola
The prices are certainly attractive enough to make
everybody want a Victor-Victrola.
And when you hear the instruments you won't be
without one in your home.
Come in and select yours today.
Other styles of the V\'ictor-V'ictrola $40 to $200. Victors
$10 to $100. Easy terms, ii desired.
November Records Have Been Received.

BA 223 Twelflh SIreet
BAKER & CO., MIAMI. FLA.


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MIAMI COLLEGE OF MUSIC AND ORATORY
MRS. L. B. SAFFORD, Principal.
PIANO-Mr. G. L. Mercadamnte, royal Palm Orchestra
PIANO-Mrs. L. B. Safford, CinLituIHaiL and New York.
PIANO-Miss Pan'y Andris. Boason.
HARMONY-Mrs. L. B. Safford 'inciunati and New York.
VIOLIN-IMf. Robert Gra), Ro.dl Palmi Orchestra
EN.XEMBIE CLASSES-Mr. Rilieit Grav. Ro)al Palm Orchestra.
V'OI'E-Miss Lulu Weather-, Emerson Methbod, Boston.
SIGHT-SINGING-MF-s Liulli Weathers, Emerson Method, Boston.
ORATOHV-Mr? A. A. ClinkPuibeard. Chuiago
DRAMIrATIC C('UB-Mrs A A Clinkenbeard. Chicago.
ORATORY-Mrs. L B. Safford. The Sothii',ks. Bosiou.
PIANO TUNING, regulating and Repairing--Mr. L B. Safford,
Classes in Theory, History of Music, Reading. Physical Culture, free
to students in the College.
62th Street. next to First National Bank.


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Next to Red Cross Pharmacy




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REDLAND EDITION. SOTION I.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


PA!it
PAON S


News


Of


Miami s


Fraternal Organizations-


Masons -:- Odd Fellows -:- Elks -:- Knights of Pythias -:- Red Men -:- Moose -:- Moose Circle -:- Rebekahs, Etc.
-,i -Edited by W. Harry Gage =-


Red Men

The great fact that is being devel-
oped in the present age iZ the broth-
erhood of the liunian race. Hereto-
fore man has given the highest sie-
nificance to the initeliectual element
of his nature. But another and
much stronger element is now man-
ifesting itself in the world which im-
parts a finer significance to human
nature of life. trie moral element in
mae's nature which unites him tih
ih" Great Spirit and fellow man. It
is the development of this moral ele-
me.t in man that begins to gladden
thi present and gives such bright
promise to the future man witt, a
heart. Man. the brother, the 1hild,
of a common' father. a meni-t.bcr o
the same family po?,6p es a central-
izing force, and %e draw unto ole
another by a power we could not re-
sist if we would and would not if v.we
could.
The knowledge of thlie brotherhoodrl
of bur race is breaking the tLiondage
of selfishness and drawing each of u.s
closer and nearer to humanity with
the. great v hole. Touched bv tlie
magnetic influence man feels now
the force of sympathy, gentleness
and love, and begins to realize and
live as a brother of one common
family. He realizes the power that
binds him to tle lowest state of hu-
maity, and underneath all its. out-
wai'd forms lihe sees a common nature
and finds the throoblngs of a com-
raon race.
Let this truth spread abroad In ov-
ery Red Man's hes-t and let him glo-
ry Ji the fact that among all the fra-
ternal orders that exist in our great
country today, teaching the great
truths 4of the brotherhood of the hu-
man race, that of the Improved Or-
dee of Red Men stands supreme.
Tomoka Tribe No. 27 had an en-
thusiastic gathering of their chiefs In
their wigwam at their last council.
Se'teral speaking leaves were read
and long talks made by many of the
chiefs. All the stumr.s were filled.
The chiefs are making special efforts
to capture paiefacea and they have
added some twenty new braves to
their mermbe-rship during the past
moon. They nowv have about 160
members eligible to follow the hunt.
The Red Men meet every Wednes-
day sleep (Moose Hall) at the sev-
enth run and thirtieth breath.



Moose Circle

.The moral influence that frater-
*-, naltam has been in the United States
'.'*' is & hibid.x.iubject to estimate. Next
to .to..tb atia It certainly haa ac-
1 niotnpiad'ore than any other or-
1 r"a itJf l Ind for humanity.
1 eiti' '' e i j'nsant and ever for
1?: ple-.who 'wouLd otherwise
SIbe' thoughtless or perhaps spend
1,$Wbir time and money to their ea-
1 the detriment, find safe moorings in
S the lodge room and are there taught
F lessons which have that fraternal In-
fluence on their lives. In fact, the
first qualification for membership in
an order like the Women's Loyal
." Moose Circle Is to be pure in heart
and charitable and to possess that
sympathy that every good true wom-
an has in her heart for those who
need consolation In the hour of
gloom. This is the standard that is
ever recognized as essential to safe
fraternalism because otherwise the
interests of those who do measure up
to this standard would seriously suf-
fer.
The Circle had an enjoyable meet-
ing last Thursday night, and six new
members hawv been added. The
lodge had the pleasure of enjoying a
couple of hours of the teachings of
the order and the following resolu-
tion was then adopted:
That 1 will be in attendance at ev-
ery meeting at th'e hour for opening
unless sickness should prevent; that
I will secure as many desirable mem-
hbers as I can: tha, I will not hesi-
tate to use the black-ball to one I
know is unworthy; that I will be an
active not a passive member; that I
will visit the sick and give them ev-
ery assistance I can; that I will assist
all sisters to get employment if so
requested; that I will patronize
S Moose merchants; that I will be a
loyal member to our Circle.
Refreshments were served, and sev-
eral talks for the good of tihe Circle
wete made.
The lodge meets on the second and
fourth Thursdays.


Elks

We find the definition of benevo-
lent to be "Disposition to do good,
kindness, charity, good will, gener-
ous," and it is by the praLile of the
above with its truo meaning that has
bought the Order of Elks to the highi
standing that it has in this land of
ourst today. The Elks endeavor to
and do pradtihe thin charity that
reaches oui to ev'-ry .human being
and by this they aro increasing, not
only in out' city in membership but
all over this great land of ours. They
have the reputation of giving in the
hour of disrress anJ v'hen *'giving"
to those in n..d ase truly in want.
Such a rti'utaiion of any order to
have is bles-.ed, to cnntrlbute'to the
welfare of others is the very highest
victory in the fraternal., world, and
every true Elk has this motto and
hat it learned. "'He that soweth
sparingly shill re: p sparingly, he
that soweth bountifullb shall reap
bountifully." It i. only when we'gives
we can expect to recenie.
The Elks will soon be in their new
home and they will then be able
tc more fully put in practice the
true benevolence that Elkdom teach-
es.
TOLEDO, O.-With Councilmen


Staunton and Starner offering the
only objections to the ordinance,
recently voted to iict' bonds amount-
ing to $750i,000 for the construction
if a new city ball


Masons I

A Freemason is ona who is a mem-
her of one of the most ancient se-
cret orders or fraternities which is
now designated as 'Ancient Free and
A.,cepted Masons." Thie order is of
such ancient origin that even thep
derivation of Its name is in doubt
By a majority of the authorities it
is held that the void "Free" is to
be taken in the sense of one who is
free of the mas-mn's guild. But the
'most reasonable theory is that the
name owes, it origin to the practice
of the ancient Nlasons of giving the
pi:,sed apprentice his freedom as he
was sent out to seek employment on
some great and worthy striuittie in
piro-e. of erection o10 complete his
cechani'al education. It Tas early
in the 17th ,century that the word
was first used in the sense in which
it is now universally understood. At
tha-. ilme the ancient gul-ids of prac-
tical Masons began to admit as a
ruark of especial e-teem certain
worthy persons whom it was intend-
ed to honoj-, not regular members of
the guild through apprenticeship and
occupation. To those was given the
appellation "accepted." They were
afterward given the title of "free-
masons" also, Inasmuch as they were
admitted to a full membership in the
guild and were acquainted with its
secrets.
In the year 1717 J. T. Desaguliers,
a man of scientific knowledge and at-
tainments, brought a number of
chartered "lodges or guids of Lon-
don under a single jurisdiction call-
ed the "Grand Lodge.' and It is to
this ancient and august body that all
it.e regular lodges of the ancient
craft today trace their origin. The
first Pnovinrial Grand Lodge in
America, was established in Boston,
1733, by Henry Price, who in 1834
w\as made Grand Master over all of
North America.
The Order has attained a remark-
able growth throughout the world
and especially so In the United States
and Canade, and the returns of the
grand lodges of these two countries
show a membership of something Ilke
1.1i00,('i00. About two years ago on
February 22nd (Washington's birth-
day') in, the rooms of the Masonic
lodge at Alexandria, Va a delega-
tion sent by the grand lodge of Illi-
nois conferred the third degree up-
on Lawrence Washington, who Is a
collateral descendant of the Father
of his Country.
The Alexandria. lodge A. F. & A.
M. Is the lodge of Masons of which
George Washington was the first
master, and today It has in Its pos-
sessions the paraphernalia used by
him, hlis chair end his working tools
as a Master' Mason, and the mep-
bers guard zealously the Masonic
traditions which attaches to the
memory of their first master and as
well their first president. The Alex-
andria lodge wishes to obtain a fund
to erect a building In which the Ma-
sonic memorials of George Wash-
lngton and treasures may be enshrin-
ed permanently. The chair used by
Washington Is still in service and is
now only used at the ceremonies at-
tending the installation of officers.
It Is made of mahogany and leather
and Inlaid with glass, and when not
in use is kept sealed under a glass
case. Two of the aprons, the orig-
inal trowel that was used in laying
the cornerstone of the United States
capitol on September 18th. 1792.
when Washington delivered an ora-
tion are still preserved.
Bisceyne Lodge No. 124, Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons, holds its
regular communications in the MNa-
sonic hall on the first and second
Thursday of every month. W. M.
McDonald, W. M., A. E. Culley, sec-
retary
Jericho Chapter No. 11, Royal
Arch Masons, holds its regular con-
vocation in the Masonic hall on the
second Tuesday of each month. A.
E. Heyser, H. P., J. F. Challle, sec-
retary.
Simon of Cvrene Commandery' No.
13, Knights Templar, holds its regu-
lar conclave on the fourth Tuesday of
each month In the blaronic hall. F.
B. Stoneman, B. C., A. E. Heyser.
recorder.



'Knights of Pythias

When the toiler lacks employ-
ment or when on his couch of pain.
tossing In fever and languishing un-
der diiseae. It is then that assist-
ance is the compulsion of the heart
of every true knight, and when he
has departed to that abode from
whence there is no returning, when
mourners go about the streets, then
..ttor to the widow and orphan is
the holy privilege of his putting in-
ti) practice bene'-oleuce, n which is
one of the foundations that Pythian-
Ism is builder upon-Its warp aed
woof. its nature anj Its one great
excuse bor its existen e. "For otheri"
is carved in letters upon every heai t;
to 'make clean the path that parting
mta be a smile, a word of cheer; "
good will to one and all "the bani.-h-
ing of avarice, selfishness anin
-tted, its heaven born mission, and
it, defence of the helpless.
t'vthians believe that when the
tree is failing that It is but one ,l- r-
to do and that one thing is duty to
the strickeu brother. Benevolon,.e
is proof and measure of civtlphdtiou,
not wealth, noL territory, not art. not
clence. but tender 'are for others
Bay Btscayne Lodge No. 31 Is
meeting with mu,-h prosperity, and
the dispensation that has been grant-
ed the lodge for a short time Is go-
ing to be of great benefit in the way
of getting in members, and now is
the time for every man in Miami
that feels that he -.-'old like to be
a K. of P to act. The lodge meets
every Friday night at Moose hall at


7 30 o'clock and every knight in the
itty vlll be welcome to come and en-
joy the beautiful lessons of F. C. B.
Well has It been said that frater-
nalism educates boys to be men, girls


Odd Fellows

As Odd Fellows, purity 0 Irfe
should oC- the great aim otf eahiI
brother's life. Purity '.i hi. h gle i-
whatever it. great atid good in nman
Honor, fidelity, friendship, social and
domniestic happiner- are but emplity
sounds in the uiuuth of any but he
who i. strt ing iu lea--d a lite ot pur-
ily. Odd FeIlowvship ha-; laid the great
and lasting foundation of a great un-
iversal brotherhood wbhi-h will ever
link ilthem to the golden chain of our
etver expanding ,yniatatli., until the
vices wliLh0 defile ald the pa-sions
which separate the children ot a com-
mon Father shall be extierpated from
the earth and the abodes that are
now tilled with suffering and sorrow
and darkness will be lighted with the
benignant days of peace and love to
fellowman. The human heart can
find comfort and shelter no a here
else but In a human heart, and it
is in this co-mingling of hearts that
brings to us the bright sunshine of
our lives in all its sweetness and pur-
ity. It is Godlike to give. and it is
elevating and brotherly lo\e for us
to assemble at meetings In unity and
harmony, all actuated by love and
the noble impulses that have been
brought with each others woes.
The primal condition of our race is
o'o of love Love ruled in Eden,
man and woman, and animals were
all in harmony. There were no pois-
onous fangs, no red mouthed beast
of prey. nor. even a thorn or thistle.
Eden was the abode of perfect peace,
love and happiness. Sin came and
with it. enmity, hatred and death.
Wherever you find the pure in heart,
the beautiful and good you have so
much of that original Paradise.
Wherever you find affection, friend-
ship, truth, you have just so much
of God In your heart. Love is the
fi.lfilling of the law, and how .:an
we bring it in the reign of law. We
have seen statutes tried, all to lit-
tle avail. We punish murder capital-
ly hut murders are committed. We
punish other crimes with imprison-
ment, yet crimes continue. We ush-
er in prohibition but the use of in-
toxicating liquors continue. The on-
ly way to conquer all this sin Is by
incarnation and enthroning love. Put
love in each individual and collective
heart, put love into the governmental
heart, put love in the national heart
and by doing this we will drive out
this sin. Love thinketh no evil, love
never committed crime and love
keeps every one of the ten command-
ments.
Fort Dallas Lodge No. 44, met last
Monday night and was well attend-
ed, some five new members being in-
itiated into the order and several ap-
plications being received. The degree
team under its captain, Brother By-
era,, is doing good work, and Its floor
work Is getting right down to what
It. should be. The officers from Noble
Grand down to the outside guard are
doing everything In their power to
make their term of office one to be
long remembered. Several visitors
from other jurisdictions were present
and every one was glad that he was
there. This lodge is steadily grow-
Icg In numbers.
The Encampment.
Is now an assured fact that The in-
stitution of the encampment will take
place in our city November the 14ih,
MNr Gage, has worked on this matter
for several weeks and he Is much
gratified to realize that this higher
branch of Odd-Fellows Is to be so
soon instituted. The subordinate
lodge of Odd-Fellows is dedicated to
the principles of friendship, love and
truth While the encampment branch I
sacredly kneels at the alter of fafth,
hope and charity Friendsahip is
noble, love Is fidelity, truth Is sub-
lime, but what can friendship ac-
compliEsh without ifiaith. what can
love do without hope. how can truth
survive without charity. Hon. Win.
A. Holhouser, Grand Patrlach of the
grand lodge of the encampment of
the I. 0. 0. F. of Florida was In our
city last Wednesday and all ar-
r'ngements are now completed for
this great and good cause to be
launched In our midst. Brother Hol-
houser was much Impressed with the
appearance of Miami and had many
words of praise in its behalf, and os-
pec'.ally complimented the'MN'lemi M--
tropnollis upon Its prqgressivene-ss In
the "get up of its Fraternal Page",
and wants a copy each week of the
lanwe.
COLIUMBUS. 0--Permisalsion t.
issue $1,750.000 additional capital
stock to cover the ro-:t of extend-
Ing Its lint from Wellington to Ash-
land was asked recently by the Lo-
rain. Ashland & Southern railroad
whose outstanding capital now is
525.0,o00o. When completed the rail-
road will have a line from Lorain
to Coetiloga. Wayne county. connect-
ing the lake port with the Penns) I-
vanla railroad Construction is now
in progress between Wellington an']
Ashland.

to be wom'n and both to be tead'r
guiarians of womanhood. It is not
so mut h what one does as it is the
wav he does it. As a rule we all
,Jlean well. We simply misunder-
stand eacii other We should get
together and compare notes Thi-
is the essen' e of true fraternali-nm
Bay Bis'.a.ne Lodge No. 31.
Knights of Pythia-, met in regular
session last night .ith Chancellor
Commander J F Jaudon. in the
chair All the ofl>:ers were present.
and an interesting meeting was held
Tvo i\ ,-andidates were introduced
into thi mysteries of the degree of
page .aii both ot the can Jidates ex-
presised themselves that it s'as the
greatest "page" that they in the ex-
perience of their existeu<

fallen to their lot This lodge is en-
joying a revt'al and many appi'.-a-
tion5 ate being received at each
meeting It lias a reduced rate In
the way of disitensaht-e for the next
couple of week


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Moose Grand Orient Eastern Star I Golden Eagle

TO.? Loal Older' of Moose of the aMimi lodge number 711,711.7i1 .1 For L Dall.s Ch.itter. No. 22. of M|, M. I. Sheridan. supreme or-
World is iero'.ing itself to lie ot1'? uf 1- the Order 1,f the LGrand Ori O I. the ord,-r of the- East.irn Si-r. thc> gdiizc-i-tc the Knights of the Golden
i teou d. E-aisP pe i-" tui the ct for the put-
the sound t as one of the very best ,I 1 l hold a spetlal ,:onvo, action ait ii s omI,n s au iliary of tl- Msa:vus. is I*E i -r io oit the i ta ic lr he puth-
fraternal organizations that has vcr ,all --oo nex T,,iitl ti, ugh n.j ,c,. istronreger c.ernv nnmouih tladi i-ing a sastil of thisu
tii's- clb -t -ntue 'ieli fl, n witv t _rn. i.',iehs- Lis .r 't' vsor and no meeting ith some suc-
placed itself before the p bli,- and .Ail] celebrate ,n true OIeflU W t;,- lnstn witl ['Lti,_ i-L, : and grt.. z and no doubt will soon have
there is no order in (he land today .,., laid ,don hy t he-E- marn y ii, r.n,or-uIlaritv. in it; work. The ,.apter this order instituted here. The or-
that is doing more lor the anis,': of y-ars of itT _' stt-a. Tnd i firt. T l v -n ftr' lon- der "u a 'ii nded in Baltimore in
humanity trhan the oos. i: doing. will at.o .cl-biatu ir itlein--t ir, .- -, [ thI n iucf thp moath .ti -ns h-e g 1' .i h t l" g Iike 1- 00.0
I .. ... In g o Uw o. I ; in t[ n t v n v ~e ;ra t e s ,. /. n e
for the principles of the lodge can .-le,:tion, b:, rielt Ing Irb, ret-,.., I teh. in rii.- .i,-.Jnii, hall %I r ,13a a. e-n the degree work
not be excelled and t h- Moose simply dire. t from till- \\Vetern Union 't T....- Fort Lnut m 'rdtale c.'hapter. WithiLi 13is .inpi-esie and instructive.
liractires the motto of their order- graph office, ai I by the initiation Fi Fort L ,i J-.r1.ale chapter of the 1't.- ,and;date enters the lo.ge room
.s a rl!i jn I-i n t search of knowledge
purity, aid and progress, not only in o'me ,1 .,i" .;aic-. into th, IQ nt'F,.i En ,rl i .tar tis in-.taiiiit on ,Ju.1u *hE i i b. i t hat fidelity is the frst
their lodge room but a here ever duty 1et of the Gra.., l Ort r. -i nrity ".1 i t. t ..i a .artier Ii- ot f l 4 retli14l fe. -
calls them. .l:'e.of these ,ili be ii ),i Fi t Lta-. u nibe.. an. ,-] has irea.ii ,- cittine.-]l lU The rucitt ,,f ihe Knight; Is fidel-
NiMoosedom Is an honest organiza- dlerdale. I'h6 Graud Oijiert I. it nItrnirr-, \t thi-, date it habs ,-v,-ral r''u "-o ari court,-sy. They pay
s. k and c.- t th benelit_. in short,
tion for honest people and as these ancient date and the best we can d-" a% i ,.ats to h oni -r.i. Th ste od'd-r endeavors to bring theory,
form an overwhelming majority, it in tracing is history is'that t h a vh.,d e hs ri ,re- i r g ruc--n'- 1 ith .- iterberna to the founder's ideal
operations are correspondingly grow- loundeti by the Os'anss Ii Poniptii th- n.i-ml-rs -i e oinrtiu-,. fli- in- iinat-r ltier o ihe onhor l
Joig -daily. The oMoose enables t n about 600 B. C and alterbe int,, lAs i -nlr 1 n-rhunii,. iihl, in- e an ol der of tChrlEistian kninghthood.
brother who has taken upon himasell taken up by the T3rneno-'eiazgian c f the' Star Th. ', lolg ni'- r i Wh tie carter Is open the (a
to provide for the care of the wife and also by toe Siamunites, until fi - Aii. ,sd, r, is MrS thertdan has his head-
or child, to complete these pledges th-y were dlsposses-cd bli the Ro- tirt and thiri Tiicsa' of a h oiiarr-rt rsith thr Hayes igar tand
ld e % te R -n-mini t is.-11it lg memh,-r -i ring in _______________
In the fullest manner by stretching mans from that time do, n to its de. . ,ltig me ,:. Iing n-
forth a helping hand beyond the traction about A. D. 79 The Ord,-r The ree fflcr of Ie Frt
grave, should they outlive him. The was a sort of Rome-upl'6?-MNlare. an. Lad rrederSt officare: or lie FPart
Moose provides for respectful inter- '.as an aristocratic order. It ha- Lau a- are: Wrli at- S
ment of loved ones gone beyond the much to it and is .r-eing revived all ron. Tiurn M. Br-an; Worth'v MatIron9. IRebekahsI
shadow of the %ale and the charges over the country. NMr-, MIattie Baker; Ass,,riat.- Mlat-]
incurred in his last Illness. The Miami lodge has only been ins r,-,n rs L 'nllinI: t- nd., tress, The Rehi.al'= are for fraternal
son or daughter who is the main- tied some tour weeks, but has a Mrs. Samuel L Drake, .-.,.-ta heit upon fraternal principle
stay of aged parents, the brother or big membership. The officers are a Mrs. MNyrth.na Taylor. T. --surer, and ul- ti,,nness, benefits upon sound
younger sister who is aiding in the follows: Grand Orient, Andrew Har- Mrs. Dais-, Fisher; MN irhali. Mr,. i onseI .jtve rInri],le Odd Fellow-
care of the younger members of the die. ar.. and J. F. Jaudon, 'Vie- Taylor; \\Waidn, Mrs I B Rol- -hi. stands for te highest social
family, the widowed mother with Wii- Grand Orients. John Muller and N hlin: Sentinel. Mr. lishlr: star rrl.i(plr-s kn, n to the moral law
tie children to care for, can by, their E. N111lls; Grand Prophet(, (G A. LanA Points, Mrs \V. INl Mar-hril. Mrs. ri.e o rd-r. 1. a hap1' itermingle-
member-.lip in such an organization and Geo. O'Kell; Grand -Heralds, W. Frank Olive,..Mrs. H V Caller.Mrs lirg r"f fiatrrnal. Eo,:ial a'nd business
as the Moose relieve their minds of 1 McQuade and \W. Partridge: Berry Marshall and N1 NMI'Quur- relations. earh standing upon its
anxiety in respect to what would be- Grand Princes, D., W. Moran and ry; irgainst. Mrs. Ruth Ilarmin,. mrri.. ,ea,:Ih having its own Individ-
come of them in case of their demise. NI. Partridge: G'an d Parchment ___a____- -- e" arh mpmbor being responsi-
The order will soon be able to edu- Pkeeper. C. Benton Dean; Grand Fort Lanrderdale Moose. hie tor ea, h other, hile one. yet
care the child as work has begun on sentlnei, E B FredIrk and aE.- three infinite, trinlti-th, trinity of
a ne scoolproositon n wichSentinelE, E. S, Fredirk and A. E.
a new school proposition In which Arnold. Thit Fort I.auderdale Senrinl has tIlurnh.
every Moose has an interest. There The lodge is preparing for an all the following to Eayv of the ;iooPe Palm Lodge meets the first and
f noe way in which to get information uight session and has arranged a lodge in that Cit3 third Thursdays of each monih. It
of the great good that the order will program after the Initiation of can- 'Fort Laudeidale Lodge, .43' Lovy- nowv hab some thirty members and
do in this respe-t, as there is no didates. It has prepared special rii- al Order of M'oc.e was institutre'l ad receiving applications upon each
telling what these little children uallstl., ceremonies for this night May 25th. 191. they were (oniforta- meeting night and it will be no dis-
properly educated will acomplish anoj promptly at 6 30 Grand Orietir liy itliated in their nevw hall. and tant dayc when it will double its pres-
when they leave the school to battle .jludon will lead the march 1o tht- have a nienme-rhili oif sonic 14-i in enr membership.
foi themselves, hut they will be pre- Inner cave, assisted by a special d-- good statlinr, they are very piogros- The lodge expects to give an enter-
pared for any and all obstacles they gree team for ithis night. Tbhe pro- 1ives anti now ha' a rorinr,littei tIut ainement in the near future and more
may mnipet by the training given by pram vill be as follos: Address of aith rpow-r to acr to purcliase them of this will be said through these
the Moose school. The Mooie will vIlrome b.y Grand Orient Jaudon. a lot and btild .1 a iIMni tr iheir lodge columns.
also -oon have a home tor the infirm t.-king for his subject "Anthmklje- to he known as the Mooie Home. aid -
members. of the order so that the v .qxiyv'" abich will be replied to by in the past three -eek. have added ..*4-i...4.4. *44
may in the last years of their pil- Do Good Tenbrook, of Ft. Lauder- the follow-ing well kno'.\%in r-:resen- *
grimage find a comfortable home. dale, who has for subject Tievas-eW- tative citizens upon their niember- + STRENUOI'S LIFE 4+.
This will include women members as naC-yrtnuoC-ruO. Vicle Orient Mul- stijp isl[ Geo. Mathews, J 11. Har- + FOR GIRLS. +.
well. ler will entertain the meniber' with ris, E. C. Wheeler. S. A. Gittchen. J. -11
The Moose now has 1,165 lodges a lJittle song entitled --Guess Aho we E. White, D. E. Johnson, T. H. Fish- ..i. .' .-.... + 4..4 + *.*.1.
with a membership of 400,000. are", Vice Mills will deliver an o*- er. J. W. Ziegler. W A Bland. Har- am no advocate of a narrower
In looking over the Kansas Citv tion on "When the smtll of Ben- rv E Swee ing. L. 0 Hooper F. P life f or women, but of a narolife which
Times we find the following which zine is in the ether and the rubber Fisher, W. H Mathews., J. A. Grif'- shall be broad enough for her to un-
should prove worthy of space in these horns re-Honking it is time to get fin Chas. A Hoagland, Guy E fold her own nature. The worst
columns and of interest to every out your 20 Pay-Life Policy and Phippas, J. D. Shult. M. C. Hutbes, J. slavery that which make- a woman
Moose. climb the spreading Chestnut tree Albert Breare, J. B. Jefferies, E. T. pretend'to be a man-.
"The crowd of more than 80,000 Lucinda Dear "Propiiet G. A. Lane King. Chas. A. Mills. Geo. E Crlmm. Te srenuous'Ife'foa girl I a
people which filled the streets last i.-. down for a song entitled "Carpen- A. J. RossIL P. C. Bryan, Henry E. form of hye ousteria. It ifs fa girl ln aL
night along the 38 block line of ter Dear Carpenter Come Home with Baker W. Welsler, Clayde, Iam, disorder. Suppose she i a lnclege.on
march of the Moose parade entered me now and fix the Doors six yards C "J H 'Ha Th tdy -ow& .-
into the carnival spirit and cheered wide so Mamma can get her new hat C J eetor, Ray F. Hardy. Tey studying. How sh "ll" 4bet 4 "
and joked with the 8,000 men and through", words by Dr. Jaudon, mu- meet ever Friday night Their Die- best intellectual results, aco,.ey ot ...i
an oe ihth ,0 e dtator is H. V. Calder; Secretary. D. peceto"".. 1 ~'~o.4e~in~-'.-
women In line. It was one of the sic -by Seton-Thompson, R. W. Part- taterB H.'. Caldr Secret perception. breadth ofltb" Ile a. ja...,
greatest receptions Kansas CIty has ridge will sing "Cutting 'rts off O G. TenBrook. ostf taste, respect for truth? Be,,"
ever acorded an)y organization, and or Pickles is a Julcy job". Princess disregarding the valance.of -er ph 7
the Moose appreciated it. They were Moran will sing "Oh %hy did Home- ings that has ever been held by lodge ieal and mentalnatui'e and plunging'
a laughing happy set when the march n Fogarty Farr out like a Ripping 643 Loyal Order of Mloose.., s held Into an Intense pursuit of Bpecilal
a l u g h n g h a p y s e t w h e t h M r c h Ii n t h e i r l o d g e r o o m o n l a ._4 i
ended at Con'entlon hal, two hours Saw Mill while on the Bases the thir lodge room on la ting knowledge, a fierce competition for
after the start from the Coates Noble Giants were waiting.' words i lmlt when some eight of ou r very marks and honors and prize? Te.
house. Ther wa muc e yh e and music, by Joe MNlesseng-er. Grand best citizens were inducted Into the achievement, Whatever It may be,;'..
-ofteen bheands n ineo them w O rient Beaver I. J. McDonald will n.stei es that constitutes Moosedcom, will hardly compensate her (or us)
-fifteen bands. nine of them belong- giva descriptive fantasy in eight this order is one of the youngest in for its probable cost Poise ia more
ing to the visiting delegations of thehowls and a sanity Investigation en- our city, and from the interest shown precious than generation, Learning
MNloose It was carnival night. Once titled -MNatteawan Mlllionares Lock- not onl7 by the officers but the mem- iay be a climb, but wis4o aIs a
in every year in all cities, that sup- Step". Grand Parchment Keeper C. berEhip that those who are being growth The best that we know i,
pressed, feeling must give away 10to Benton Dean Is down for a sing en- united with the order, at once be- the harvest of a quiet mind. The
some form of public amusement, And titled "I have been dreaming of you come imbued ilth itf beautiful teach- sanity of scholarships depends upon,'
Kansas City, accustomed to the an- Miss A.toelt Since I heard the ings, -and its progressive ideas, for a normal life The finest woman's
nual 'Priest of Pallas' parade turned Chink of Golden Doutibloons Down by it is a constant inentive to a man to c:l ege Is a college for women. The
out to see the Moose. Women had the Rushing North River where the evr choose the right and to serve be-t grls in it are never imitatio
a part in lthe parade too. The wo- Lulstania Docks",- words and music the world with the very hest of man- bo ys
man's auxiliary drill teams dressed t.v Count Broquetlatte, Grand Purse hood in his makeutip. Theyv believe Let her Ilagv tennis, golf, hand-
In spotless white. Norfolk silts with Bearer J. MN. Dean will be on hand that man's best aid can he only giv- ball. basket-ball-any game that is
red belts and ties, emblematic of the with the (-ash to see that all who ten by living for the highest and the worth her candle: let her play it
colors of the Loyal Order of Mooe, are not satisfied that they got Itheir best. and ever remaining true to his not strenuously. lith jaws clenched,
marched on foot with the men. And moneys worth to return same by SP-- associates ynttr own character Is the nerves strained and eyes greedy for
gal' decorated motor cars, tally- c11i dispensation of the Grand ver: first ,.nnniideration of value that a prize. but let her play it vigorously,
hos motor trucks and an old stage Orient. There will be mu, h more Yol can give a- a. Moose \V. Harry frePI:. hapril. first and chiefly for
coach broke the monotony of the added before Grand Herald MNi Quaide Gage. National Director of Florida the fin of t. also for the exercise
pedestrain naraders." snnolun-,e that the hotr has arrived who is ber-. siiperintending the .ork hich it gives and not least for the
Miami Lodge No. 595 met in reg- for the eatables w, hich will be serv- sneaks v'ery highly of the member- sake of comradeship-for these
ular session last Tuesday night, and ed In grand Oriental style, with the ship. and the husin.ess method wahi-h three things. and for these only, let
all chairs were filled by the regular Right Honorable Grand Orient H. N 'his lodge has adapted, as every of- a irl play :
el-ected officers. Two new members Calder of Fort Lauderdale as toast- flier is endeavoring to plar.e 641 at It is desirable beyond a question
admitV-d into the defending circle, master. the very "ttop" of Moose,'ont in tills t, hat every girl should be able to earn
Paps Hoffman and Kiel. The lodge Any one who is :a member of an3 section if n.t tlie -tate Ev,-.rv Moo .o her living ours ide of her home, i
was instituted Mav 3r. 1911, and .* ret order Is eligible to be beconi r bei.'es ing Fort ,andordar-. that there. e ,-es-ar. The qestion Is whether.
has 2Sl members in good standing, Orient and the fee has heen great- I or hr. and. it i, de-iratle that It should be nec-
and paid out in the past seven weeks 1v reduced for this particular night our city prosperng. our "g'Hprd" of e ary. I think ot. Home-making
a little over $7Tfi for the burial of Mco-p.e must pro-, in uz,.- and I-the on ti nioufacturt inome-makwicng
the dead and those In distress. 4. + 44 4 4. 4.-. 4- 4.4.4- greatness by hpr side Pap Tentronk womhe n nialwais have thu e advan whic-,
4. 4 caueti quite a string of fish the other omtage Thel always have the dva-
Mooselets. + TO THE SECRETARIES. + day and it caused him to talk abour home earns her li ing in the faLtrest
Pap Dean iBenton) Informs us ++ it to each friend he met Pap Gage and nest way. A liing is scant pay.
thaa~pfp~acokngnuu~'hl~obc + we5 e that after Icoking up the subject he + We earnestly request eoa'ery -I- ouhi o+th understand hay he Iil not ft-[r her. Her price is above ru-
finds before steel pens were invent- + secretary of all organization + tell the same tory to eaiht of his Isr- b Pes
ed they used the pinions of one goose + in our -It'v that if they wish to + --ners and it-d him that he noticed know of o art that emand ,
to spread the opinions of another. + aisslt us in making tlis pafre. st + he mn.difl,-,I thh ,Z of tho-e hfish to a- mnuh skill and patience. bard-.
Pap Burdine was asked the other + it is our wishes Lo nmake i t. the +- hi' arious friend, T.nbrook r,--lied- ' and p tion, r
day by a %xoman cu-tomer the size of + best in he state, to sed i. + that itncs he a .,tcse the l o h ari app suggestions, firm--
large men's handkerchefs. He in- + care of The Nletropol-, each I of 'Mlolern A-ianias" he never told nd and newness of tc
formed her it all depended upon !thi week the ite -s that are ,: ld- a man nr, Ihan he hi-ht he aq. h ma king of a hme. Shool
size of the nosPie. d "+4 ered of interest to the. pulhlh in m wnl I.,e t^,- ,-annot tea.-h it Genius i not equal"
Pap Miller e ays ahen a boy he + general, and C e v.ili se- e mat + r.t than h I, it It reui rem o nsp ration.
worked in a store and the p:ropri- I'' c-ach lodge is prope-nv erere.I- it' is a lorg way *.,'om such ideals-_
,?tor put a tive-dollar gold pieoe on+ 'I ented lit these icoltnntri. '\\e'+ -t'' +++4]'-I. ''I --+ ++ 4- " + f it.omanhood as these to the stren-
the floor. When he found it he ga,.e + ittan thkisi Lie go,, Entli'h. -I-I
it back, and the proprietor told hint'+ '.,el! p.t-n. + Io W'. i =. w. OFFI('lAL + uile Jitithtittl mus. T stmren o
LIKE.^ S "?,,HE ,,'5I.^E." " i n,,. ,,,utlittle.music.* The Stre '-
lie w.as an hon'-st boy and that lie I-- .-,'I- IKt.TH AC. oit lire for girls ts like martial"
pilt it there to try him. 7ltte I, ',ld +.i. ~-~ i*.-,- .-.p-I" 4 +-- 4 + 4 -'In' + nt'usic for violinss. They can play ttJ.L
'I-t tw -+wa" het,.l:t .. ..I- ti nrl'uual letter in, Nir. I- Bit it does not sound weiL.-Henr/'.
hini, t tl a-.. ,, what he th.,i-iKiu __ ...-- Cat-ge. -,- i',ir of this ,I prtit- 5 Van D. ke. enr -
Pal- r M i r r'orald ,a\s s the doctor or. ,i t i l to n c ura a. lhhrn tn-. m anr n l -i t' M i\. V A il,-i'olt, + .
d .red him t-, l,,it muir.ta d l. ater ,n, n "
h,-: ch,i-.tit as he colih nol find hi her i- c tth-t I, Itr v,.,t;1-s dtm om AL CH['A $2.iO,00 COTTOf
tticst ii"- pu > thiem on c i [ trunk, anhl Pat, Lan, L an a ;o>,,i e nitt u, ..n, of,,ls. kS rl 1, ,,rt da ,l FACTO R Y Ii c8Sl fI t."
i.: noti getting twell tr n au tit- rule of trucee im .hcit ) m.th. i ', fu-,,I..,,. -'> Lr ,t' as f-il- -! ."
Pap: .Je uidn rays thle vriv of, i n ~rm, brC: to -,J ',, LAH -Th -oal -
r 01- ',; ALACHtA-The IeatlCT of a-
_'harl'.-ston. C -. has pastel an or-i thlogs --. "I a gli-t..l to nrt e th a t i $25o cotton factory at Alacb ua"
diiar-e Ilrob biting the eatlng of Pal, Patrhlsg a^i..ed a o.ung L d"'-- o n ar._ ai iag...r f a ratr'r'- + is not' atsured, wkich lncerwauion-
teariuti- or fear tIev ioiildi riron ih',- oll.---.vrlg ,Testi,':- pi.-- '" l"l h a..a' ,i, ih.. ,- i ,' -a v + "- ill ee cause for rejoichiu thromgh-
tb.eir shells into trhe na 'y iard. :,o n a "n' I it,-i-r- all aI n-,, or, a 'I e ? .'- l,a mi t. .t ,,tl, :.,t I rh I ',i*' + c ,iit tJ-, Sep Island cotta belt ot;
Pap Frederc-k say'- the fist tim,_-- sit i sland. v h- r iia the nrrt thint .- vo,j ith.' _reat,-.tr ili.,=-s in Florida. -
theitrntal bu-iness i, n)eattuned inI you would ,Jo She said Thank - ,hi. r-i, r.nt--nterire + The promoters o0 the enterpi:isa .
the Biible w'3' \itlen Ete attipeered ior goodness. I anot-i, hoY' to s v.inm. I anti1 cr'l' I., i,leasid to + ho. it is ,.ai,1, were attracted, to'
Adam's bene-ft. Pap Sn.iit ii :,- thati.t Rii, ,lde real -.- sOni ,.i i, i,'- l,_,l,.. ring te- + Ala,?hu& by' Capt. J. D. Rooney,; as-
Pap Hendr-ik says itb rea~or, eat'ji took a siiLden rie i.h- citheir' ganr.itiiL the \\'o,:..ntn or the + ,stant indnstrlal agent- ofthe Sea-?,
people have silver wedding is lust d :.', the t:au-e -.:-cirig tie e:i..lo-..:,n -+- WljrLi \\ ha'- ,a rin,-reased + b-.ard AIr Line railway, require, tha
to row the world r. hat their pov. er of a gas riIt, ,. omndrtithlv in I-lot ida Our- + ,hiination of a 100-acr 'tract of land.:
o" endurance has been. Pait Phillii's =a,s h,- lied a uu.m n *i- in'." ihi.- lit-r ',ear a E- II uf "" ar- d ;12'..ii,0"i in casoi. "but slncr thb.
Pap:, Martin says it takes Jtidt tip who 'a.a- luau ,h d l '.d t h i-I, lilt- ". I- i I'i'i i I ii r i rs, i o.,v,-nriin at +i- fa.- tor,. w'ill be of great bene t tq this'
three peul,le to keep a i,.'met r, totp- .* poi ket. VtiLnC sit a,'i' tgd i,- -*'- iii l I "h- nt..nii'herr il "I r.itirci section. and wiij l -'oceasa the"
ernl. but tio of the t ic re nmus i I|leadc.-d tiltl. Tie a-.e .,- nt i.. + in Floirt la today is in round 1 rpoiflation and comrrimereltal 'Import-..
dead ib- jur',' i hit-h gaie a '.-'l lt-t iii .'. tillt--I .. 1'l.- a diii :i s still + |nnce of Alachua and Alact &a *oun- -
Pan N MiNeil says 1t is riot co m,.i.h guitt. Pail then sa oke, -s Jon- I r,:- .. M,'-- i with gr,.-r 'tri.J- "I- i-v to a large exte t, iet-. i e aa c... that:.


of d'.ign of aristo'cr.c, as It was Iows "Yon ,Ion t leave thii ,urt *-. 1 i!l ,-t->- "i, i..9 .on a :' + t ie oil and botubs 4Ilj vto lll bfb :
two or three month; ago to have egg wittIout a -.tain uipron t oir chata.:- -i-- ai-tari,-e I >aan in th i ,i .)( + f- orth-ominig. .- ...
on youtr chin icr By your confes-,jon 'ou ore i-+- the doisg Of tLie W I 0. N V." W.......1 +
Pap Dooiittle sa-" a bachelor is a theif, b y verdictt ot the jury 3o I- + OLD) NEWRPAP ,QB SAWE'
a man \,ho could nter influence the are a liar 444 44+ 4444.4.444+ AT METROPOLI, JIi.





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MIAMI, - FLORIDA


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large enough to insure you the effects of business re-
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with this bank where good service reigns supreme?


Miami Bank and Trust Co.
"trniern Avenue C and Eleventh St.


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An Invitation


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equipment and a genuine desire to render helpful financial serv-
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'beat there is in Banklhg.

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Bank o' Bay Biscayne
Mimli, Florita


Capital, $100)0A0N -:- Splus $Z5,OO


FIXING OF PRESIDENTIAL


ELECTION DAY EXPLAINED!


POLNhITIA
AN~lCm[m S


W'ASHINGTON-Wv are Aineri-sional Glo'e ha? the following to FOR COUNTY TREASURER
can presidential elections and the say s: .--l
,oi r~ s o a el cton .. I "A s ,',)n as it 'm id o te in (r d o l-?r T
congreonal elections in the offMr Du an hold To y Fellow Citizens, the Voters of
year -held on the nrst Tuesday atter mn.,:- ar, _tnendiuet to this -:tion anud ount my candidacy fr ele.
the first Monday in Noember? Thi so as to make th.- day the tirst Tues- I tion t the ofii e of treasurer ofl Dade
has rmcenti) neen aoswr-r",J. day after he first Monday in Noveni- county. Floinrida.
It seems that New York was the ber, instead of the niqt Tuesday in o'n iaform is experience, sys-
first state to adopt that rule. whi, h November., as the s-ection now stood. ten, attentlenes! to duty, and a
it did in t1811. setting "Tue-da.\ at- His rToazon for making this change jealous >.are for tho public interest.
ter the firsi Monday in Novemher'" 'aas to avoid tbe nucie-..ity of ihang- Before 'casting your vote, 1 ask
as its general election day. The mnia- ing the laws in relation to. the day that you look ,oto my public record.
jority oM the state at that time held on v.nlicL the eiektoral college now Very respectfully,
their eleiiol'u on the frot 'Monday. meets: for the citst Ttie:;.day in No- ADAMS
Tuesday or Vednesday in Novemhber. her might. in llwe *-a:es. be more A.H. ADAM.
the congressional art of March 1 Ithqn ':I- day.- from thile firat Wednes- O CLT TR cr
1792. merely precribing that i-lee- das in D.emruber FOR COUNTY TRE..URKR.
lions for presidential leecrr'rs should Trie .tatemnjenr front the Globe
be held "within .34 dais i)rei.eding ahoiiJ hap, ail -34 4" instead ot I hereby announce myself a canadi-
the first Wednesday itn Drenmberr ev-.3 '3" da'-. to hbp a.-:iraite. bt olithpr- date for the office of county reasau-
ery fourth year." wise the reason given for nt.iKcing thlie rter. tiubject to tlb. general election
But on .Jan 17. 1845. Cnngres i.hange is as st't-d, the Glone he- November 5.
passed a bill providing Ubat the qlaJ- in,. a. otf .oors i, a-l known, the FRANCIS M. BROWN.
rennial election day should be uni- offial reporter ot the deales ot the -- ---
form throughout the .iiiintr., nhich ta o house, arid the C.,ungressional FOR COUNTY rlEASrURER.
explain why 'Verm'ont and Maine. Record of its day
which hold their state elerlions in Feb 3. 1S87. Congress enac-ted a I hereby announce myself as a
September. are required to vote law whi.h ,hanged the dale of the ca.ndilate Ior County Treasurer of
again in No'ember for presidential meeting of the e-lectoral .ulleges to Dad-e .ounty at the general election
electors and memlhers of Congress. the second Mendsai in January tol- in November.
Originally tie bill had provided that loving the election, since v.hi.h time J G. EWING.
&he election should be held on the nc. special rea:ison has-.eaMited for the FT Lauderdale. Fla.
"first Tuesday in November." bilt l statutory de-.ignation of ele-tion day ___________
Representative Dunr-an. its author. IAny n"ek day during the fall months FOR COUNTJ TRE.SL'BU .
announced that it was hi- purpose to would dn, provided it vere inifouttni "
amend it, on whi,-h the old (Congres- thi'oughoiit the -tates. C ty
I To the Voterysof DdeyConta a:


SOME AFTER-DINNER MINTS


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The College Spirit Magi c Words.
The prot.,-erous-loJkInig citizen Once Judge William I Conley. of
esme swinging du'n itL the street his Madera. (.'alitornit, wa. trying a
face radiant %, ith _,tti,tac.ion. hia, i-ae wherein da c-,ian asight to re-
-bhost l elled up wItn the tirIlhi c'Aer a diamond ring she had in
morning air. say's the Popular ,taga- fonder moments given to a ,th-ilernLan
zine. He wab liahtpily dsiip3oed to- frk nd, .a:-s tihe SattL, Jay Evening
ward the world and all manlind. At Post.
the wnich bad once been a real man. ring didn't you think hbini the bebt
The poor fellow, clad in rags, -s ever'? asked t lie judge.
shivering, and hunger had emaciated TILe woman blusled and lhesitut.
nis torm anrd |i, dark v'alles in ed and finally admitted she did.
his cheeks. 'Now be lihne.,t.',ontmned the
"MY old friend." said the pro-per- judge: didn'tt yoi think hitin the
ou. one, "'aiL.arentl' ,'ou lha'e not handsomest man sr.i hid %erc
been as fortunate as I have. I ltel kn w u bl-h d -gan an
the IMpiJUse to help yoo. 'hifwoimati blushe-d cgatit and
the tmpB. 10e hel,, ou. tithen leaned over and %.hililered
He took the irant[i to a ilothin g something ti) the .IdJge. Presently
gtore .and f tted him ut ooi. W w tog- i instructed the jury to find for hei
gry ro head t loot. \\h iy Eveorbody wonder-iJ wlhar it was
emerged tromn the e-taoli6bhiteut. the th, witness rad told the judge Tlie
tramp looked like tihe reiit.aniation judge woUldn'i tell. bhut finally a
of Beau Brunimel %ith bell- on. Trhe itrcnograoned divulged the secret
next sLop I ab at a restaurant, where Wirt nsto a rsispered 3as "'Nor half
the mta iving. man got away withh i,, handsomu as. you are, judge."
abo 0 is ;oorth of food. His eves
were soft ,ith the light of gratitude, Fiues.-e.
j and he dearly loved his rescuer. nator ('ummius, dus-ussing a
I -'Now," said the ich man. "I am d
SgoinD to the Yale-Prnunton football II'altgn vitrry, aid th a snilPe,
o to '.tI a al nu man ,dIlnbl I ;i'ordtngnto the New Orleans Pt.a-


gameu&. 11 Aum aCk lo' [Bull, mmJ i ,m.*w.
SYale will win."'
"Quit your kidding!" objected the
tramp holly. "Princeton's going to


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Economical and practical ready-to-lay roofing on the mar-
ket.
WALRUS ROOFING is made in one, two and three
ply, and sold in rolls containing 216 square fe1t ,2
squares), the ddationsl 16 feet being allowed for laps.
Packed securely in the center of eath roll are the nec-
essary nails, caps and cement for applying.


Ralley-Milam Hardware Co.
Big Double Store on 12tha Seet


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With the advent of outr late summer rains your trees will
profit by the season's growth.' Nothing is gained by hesita-
tion. Place your order NOW and secure the pick of our large
stock of Fruit and Ornuamental Trees and Plants tor South
.Florida.


win."
They argued it for half an hour,
and at the end of that time the
tramp fully invigorated, by his meal.
caught the rich man by the collar.
blacked both eyes. wiped up the
pavement with him. and thon threw
him into ilhe gutter.
All of which shows the college e
spirit is till alive in the land.

Almostt Di''ouraged.
A Huimboldt tan,.her returned
from a ear'.; tip through Ihe ,'-at
to tindj that an old-time neighbor ot
'his. a ntan noted for his I)ertect pa-
tierice. liad boen having a Beige of
bad luck, says the Ladies' Home
Journal Upoun hearing the uecs he
immediately sought o.ut the neighbor:
to condole with him.
"Well, John, he said after greet-
ings had been exchanged. "I hear
you IOsL all of your timber through.
the forest ares."
The other man nodded.
"And they sq' that. the tiver cut
off your best bottom land: that your
hogs all died .od cholera: that your
wile and childrenn have beeu sick,
and thab they have now forecloed
the mortgage on your other place,"
John nodded again. "Ye.s, it's all
true." he said. looking ahorju' him at


I herety announce myself a can-
didate [tor the ofice of county trea-
urer to be voted on in the election to
be held November 5th, 1912.
HARRY C. BUDGE.

FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
To the Voters of Dade Count.y:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
date ior the office of county 'reas-
urer to be voted on at the general
election to be held November .th.
J. M. DEAN.
FOR COUNTY TBEASUHRER.
To the V'otci of Dadie county, Flor-
Ida:-
WA: --
I hereny announce myself a can-
didate for the office of County Treas-
urer subject to the action of the vot-
e-ra in the general election to be hold
Noierber 5th, A. D.. 1912.
y fa.th-ir, \VW. A. Fier'. jeceaaed.
baling been nominated in the prir
mary wouldd have been elected in tihm
general election and since his dearh
I have decided LO enter the race and
if I am elected I shall turn over to
m- mother all of the net earnings
or the office for the uses and beneita
of. herself and other children, who
are depa..dent aLipon baher for hihlr sup-
port.
HENRY H. FILER.
NOTICE.


"it was won by finessee The fin- To the Voters of Dade County:
e.se displayed in it reminds me of a In announcing my candidacy for
Concord banquet the office of County Trh'eaaurer in the
"Why is it that you fellows are approaching election, it 2due to the
omitting wine from vour banquet voters to state my position.
this year?' one Concord man asked it. I AM NOT RUNNING IN
another. THE INTEREST OF ANY B.ANK. It
'So as to make sure of the piem- elected I shall place the public funds
oenrce of the Al aft'ter-dinner opeak- in such bank or banks in Dade county
ers of the -ountry,' was the reply, as offer perfect security and as fa'.
'We hate invited them, au'id tue. orable rate of interest to the public
"on't dare to stay away.' as a private depositor could get ua-
'Why not'" der similar conditions.
'For the reason that if they did i2nd. My compency is proven by
people would Say it uas a because my successful management of the of-
there- was no aimn. you kuow I flee of Clerk of the Circuit court for
__..---------six years.
To sJs Voters of Dade County: 3rd. For reference as to my In-
If Ci want a man eror Tax' AseI- tegrity I refer to the old citizens
If 3ou want a man for lax As- Ihere, amoag wh-om I have lived tif-
sor who-ai at ful liberty to gj' e all ere years
ot his time doing that which he is 1 have never ahirked in loyal.
paid for, who will ue methodsa that 4h_ .... .. .. shrked i
will equally riUalize values on prop- service to the cause of progressive
erty and Aho will make some one democracy.
Laeto o in order omo ou t-If this record seems good to you, I
lake to th oods in order to get out respectfully ask vour support.
01t a2,'iug ta.xes on aom e of the m any r o FIT" 8
tboukanOs of dollars of sto,:'s, bonds. iS.._______ .
mor'tgages and ottier income )a iiug F ON T S R
sS ^ HnT ti,1 FOR l'Ot NTY TREA8URER.
,ntestanuinti. that we find so little of F'N '
at present on our tax books. just.
,ot forH. es Hoch-r and you%.%I To the ,oLers of Dade County,
bnav' that man. Adv. FIlorida.
I hereby announce ty candidacy
for the office of county treasurer of
MUC 0 DN Y Dade county, B.bjct to reh pLean.
ure of the voters at the coming genL-
UMUCH U GOOD II 1 y ing general election to be held Nov-
ember 5, 1912.
nl IITIiAMNl inllMU INl As the eadoised candidate of the


what had once been his prosperous \LV I fl In
farm: "all true Why .ominetime SA VA I UIIilHI I 11
I get almost .lscouraged.'

Fall Ffhibns for Men. I NT I 1 If OCTOBER
F., ,,..,.:,o ,o. MONTH Of OCTO t

Vests will button tip the front thti:.
fall, says the Ritnmond Times-Di-1
patc-h.
according to advanced st',les thi Muh good was accomplished dur-
season. nearly all of the real nifty log the month of October by the
t-ouserk, will have tao logs. The Anerittan Salvation Army, xhi.r.
watch pocket will be in front, and opened a post here a few ueeks ago.
the thawing toba(tco pocket behind.
The hats ill be plain tiy ear. ,_cording to Adjutant A. L. Goidon
and vety few aigrettes or iIllow otlicit in '.niL'ge. IDuring the
plumes will be worn. month meals were provided for 16,
Silk hats will be worn by gentle- night's lodgings giren to 7, situations
men who are trying ty O urst into so- founil for J. transportation provided
c(,ety also by corn doctors and un- for 2, zarnients distributed to 46,
dertakars. and baths given to 14. T'.enty-t.wo
Red flannel undershirts have gone meetings in the open air we-re con-
out of style among the mor, particu- d,:ited and fuur meetings held in the
lar dressers. jails, there Ibeing a Iotal attendance
____ of 61.1 at these meetings., v'hic, ire-
Exaggeration of Science. sultcd in eight ,:onvesions. Over
agratio1 of science. 2 hours were spent by the officers
The sanitary scientist was gather- of the post in visiting needy per-
ing wild flowers in mid-Africa, s"ys sons
the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The total income of the post for
"-e careful," they se.id to him. the mouth. was $126 Si, twenty peo-I
'lIst you meet a lion pie subscribing $1 a month aud vol-
"I1 anould far rather," reralo thea untary contributors ing $3" more.
:,jiitationi-t, "meet a lieon ny day Street collections have averaged $2,,
than a mosquito." weekly. The adjutant reports that
Just a little later he met a lion. he has on hand $6.2o. which with to
They claim he looked once at the strt November's wor-, the expenses
beast and then ran a full-sized mara- f the at mouth being follow:
tLhon and fell over a cliff a mile hta-h! tcih l' othbiga5 follows:
t'O and tell over a dliff a mile t Rants, $25; groceries. 36.44i; salary
Query: "What doer he do when ^. ofcers in charge, $22: division
QuaDrnrt officers in charge, $L2: division
her meets a mosquito?" percent, for ofn, ers in charge,
S$1 l.i5; light and heat. $4 4"; post-
Always Alehrt for a Reduced Price. age for corps. $1.3": charity funds
Tom Skinner wa sa stingy mtn, expended i outside of quarters. $9.6i5.
sa-s the .ansas City Star. One day --
while at work upon the beam of his POTTSVILLE, Pa.-The board of
barn he lost his balance and fell to county trust.. acting through local
the floor twenty feet helow. His agents, has li-asfd large tracts of
skull was frac-tured. All attempts of land (.nt ainltiig probably iuiii.i)I i. i)
a physician to restore him to con- tons of the finest anthracite coal to
sciousness were unavailing Finally Baird Snyder. Jr of this place. Sny-
the doctor, having trepanned him. der. who "'as formerly superintend-
aaked Mrs. Skinner for a silver dcl- ent of the Lehulh Coal & Navigation
lebr to put wher,- a pie-e of the skull company. nwa the highest bidder for
v'as missing, the lease
Tom, n ho had been breathing
heavilyy, turned over and moaned: Don't miss seeing the new Fall and
"Wouldn't a 5i.,ent ijit-re do?" Winter Suits and Coats at. Do,ilas'.


socalist party, I reapectfully solicit
the support and co-operation of
-eiery socialist and all who believe
in "A government of the people, by
the people, and for the people," and
who desire emancipation from the so-
cial, political and financial thraldom
cauakd b, present'day methods.
Very respecLfully,
HENRY T. HANSON,
Miami. Florida.


+ HOTEL ARRIVALS.. +
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BAY VIES'-J. F. Winan. East
Orange, N. J.: E. L. Graham, Musca-
tine .la.; Y. K. Knighton, Naxanja.
GREEN TREE INN-Mr. and Mrs.
Wmn. Crear and son. New York: S.
W. Johnston, Bo&ton; Mr. and Mrs.
J L. Jeavitt. Boykine, Vs.; C. W.
Hills. Goulds. Geo. Cleare, Jackson-
x ille.
SAN CARLOS B. E. Hearn,
{Goulds; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bush,
SEmporia, Pa.; W. E. Peery, F. E. C ;
Mr. and Mrs Gen. E. Berlin, New
York: P. McKeon, N Y.
SEMINOLE-J. R. Powe. Long
Key, v' L. Myrick. Fla.; 8oyd King.
Tampa: C. Lewis, Tampa; Jack Rug-
gles. Hometead; M. S Harrison,
NNshville. Tenn ; R. W. Harrison,
Salma. Fla


BISCAYNE-R. M. Oldring Mr. I
and Mrs. J. Combs, Dan Murphy. Mr. I
and Mrs. Ira Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Baker. A. Strunk, E. S.
Plank. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lapp. J. W.
McIlnnes, Mr. and Mrs. Z T Collln-,
Mr. and Mr-. Chas A. Bender. KArl
Phillippi. Philadelphia: J. B. Atkin-l
son, WV I. Reed, Robt. J Reed, Da- S
nia: L E Roth. 0 W Hainlin, Fort 1
Lauderdale: Tommy Arkins. Jackson- I
vulle; H J. Pentfoz. Key West; W' l
R Merton. Orlando; R M. Breirli.i
.tackron'.vIlle: MNI. WV. Rogers R L.|
Bounwell. Atlanta; R. R. Whitaher.I
r-(.ae N Y Ni


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WINFIELD PACKING CO.

Incorporated)

MIAMI, FLORIDA


Have just sold twenty cars of


"WINDMILL BRAND"


Grapefruit

on one order.


T. A. Winfield

has exclusive sale of several very attractive properties
near Miami. Three grapefruit groves in full bearing,-
nothing better in the County. A
Three residence properties with small groves, I
Two beautiful building sites, with water fronts.
Prices reasonable.




Office" Hayes Biilding, Twelfth Street


Phone 391


Miami, Florida


-. . .


The Best Drink


(Gay-
Ja


In warm weather is one that quenches
the thirst and refreshes the whole bup
This will be found in the wondarWi w
beverage. ,



'."1 IM4 I1'1 "g i111..^
I Lla BRTTlft

ask for it when you need a bottle at tha
restaurant, and better still have a cage in
your home. The whole family will enjoy
it. -


I Miami Gay-Ola Bottling Works i
A. PHILLIPS, Prop., 419 Thirteenth St., Pbone 362





INVESTIGATE THOROUGHLY!
Growers of Florida fruits and vegetabLea will find us always
r-aYy to co-operate with them In the packing and marketKng of
their products. Call personally or a card will bring our rcpresenta-
tive to your home. We are always on tho lookout for new connee-
tions and if we have not been doing 'bSzines at your station, are
interested in starting there. Our business has grown from a small
beginning until now we are undisputed the largest packers and stu-
pers of Florida fruits and vegetables In the whole State. and our
shipments come from hundreds of satisfied patrons throughout
Florida. We now sbip carloads of Florida fruits and vegetgbgea
every week in the year.

Chasp & Company
103HN W. GRAHAM, Local Manager.
Dbin Office: Jacksonville, Fla.






WELL LAUNDERED


LINEN

IS THE PRI1DE OF THIn GOOD HOUS&WIU
ANDTHE CLEAN CUT MAN OR WOMAN. Ht-M1
YOU HAVE THAT CARE TAKEN OF TOUI
LAUTNDA WORK THAT MAKES YOU A CON-
STANT OJSTOMbR. WE AIM AT BEING TiU
LAUNDRYY THAT IS DIFFERENT" -
YOUR OWN SPECIAL LAUNDRY
TRY US TODAY.-JUST ONCE.


New Miami Steam Laundry
no AMUMe D.

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no* m'm Ke ti Phone 35 Residence l 4,m M!
Parlor 1300 Avenue D Residence 219 Seventh St.


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S. A. BELCHER,
JA l. GULa .
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Preasidet.
Vice-President.
Caibleti
Assistant Casthtie


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G*ifi' q BotDhers (Co., Numrymen
\'p.Nhaetoeeal Street Phone 4161.A MIAMI


S. D. N. Carpenter

; 3r, G*M I and FEED. POULTRY FOODS mad P.-
SPLIE OF ALL KINDS
.The only exclusive feed store in the city
SALESTMOM AT

1312 A D :: :: :: :: PHONE 3830
Out of town orders solicited. Call, phone, or write for prices.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


VOTERS, TAKE NOTICE


I take this method of calling lih, att.-ntion of
those who voted in our Di-niorati,: pirimari,, that
while I won out by a good majority at that time, i- is
nece-;ary to have my nnme on the ballot in the l4en-
eral Election to be held November 5th. 1912 It has
been the custom in Dade county to assum.- lhiit the
Democratic primary settled the el,'rtion, whik-.h las
been trup as far as the cl-an, hounornhlh?' puopl' who
parti.-ipaped, was concereTned, but I beg to -.all to the
attntiin of my fellow Democrats the fact thot we
lav,' oppco-aition in the form of a rn : ainilist. anrd to
auniouni:',1 that there are strong efforls be-ing made to
defeat me in tlpe Gener.l Election. It is their hope
that with their vote together with tlu' neronps to gt
a majority over me.
I r-grPt to state that, in adlitiou to tile- nli'ov-'
opposition, there will be a few traitors who. hovining
participated in the Demnor-.ratie primary and pledged
their support to the nominee, will lieh found voting
again,;t their Tledp. but it i gr.raitifvinv to know
that Iher. ar a voery few of this liran-l of Demo-
crats. The iainihoodil of these, few alleced D,'mofrats
can bie jidigei by their iraillorouli n.tious. in voting
Fgain-l a whito-pman's party tlh:tt lni, afT'vrl-.l the'
only prote-tion we ptjiy iu the Kouth.
I resppe-.tiflly solicit the v.,tes of all those who
"'Oted for and, aiiainst me in the last primary. ex-
cepting thle tr:titrs above iiirH.:iw. '-and as to my
reenrd as a shi.riff anil.] a ritIi u. 1 risppcitfully refer
ll nf-sw.m-i-oirs ,) any clean, uprright citizen in any
section of Datde a ointy, in which county I hnve lived
for twcnilv yearN. I have no enomnies among that


class.


Respect fuIlly,

DAN HARDIE,
Candidate for Sheriff.


e..0 Ma Y0 Doll0ars Grow

onsutte List of Properties which we are offering
- 'for immediate sale before the winter sea-
son comes and prices are advanced

The List Includes


City Business Blocks
City Residences
iSuburban Places
Bay Front Locations
Sub-divlsion Properties


Trtuk Fiarms
Citrus Groves
Grnve Lands
Pine Lands
Prairie Lands


Now is the time to invest to make QUICK PROFITS. The buy-
ers will be in Miami this winter tn larger nunmber-, than -ever be-
fore. Buy right and you slili be able to sell right.


Sewell-Harley Realty Company
Office in Blicayne Hlotel BIock, Miami.


I T Cu
Among The Churches


Trinity Episjop.-l (ihurch.
V'Oldler of A.--nlne H and Tenith
:trr- t; K't.'. [.into, C'ir f-. re,'lor
P eI., ..I. l, l .; undl S.undav aip-r
Ti initv.
7 ai. in Holy i'ornitrirjir,ri
1 4 '4, a ni .u i'idt I, '- noI,,
1 1 a. m Holy t'onimunrion and
-,.r no in/
7 p iii D'i-ning Prjyei anm
,-eriii ui
Vetr I .. pfiilig.
The- r-,iliar il r'tnlil-i0 or h ih. :--I'-
i.' li e I it.- iii tht e- le, ri orv y O i M or-
J y. 7 1.i n .
("illId Mec(itli,<.
Triniin C, iil, %ill| m --r oon W",.nts.
day at 3.i'6 p n and Srt Mirgar.-t -
Guild on Fi lay at:r I,. ni.
Liilnny.
Liiairn arid In truck tiinn .at 7..',;
I' m Frilav
AXl arr rrliallio inviti-id ro the

Fir'.t ]Blptl-t Chllrch.
('orner A..-i',he (C arid Stelnih S[
Jno A W'r; 1i. .itnr.
S idlr, Ih-i- A'. \ ]a R. Ro,-ep r-,
rir.'-rinterindliht. : *1.', a m .
Mornlnzoe rvi i'*. 11 u',lo li
[ h ari It S. S. Fl:,gi.r Sr -ni Palii
A'. 2 3 i
.,iilieami. 1 ', clork
H Y P TI., t ,II
FEro-uine i .rvir. 7 1).
'Pri -i-r metpting \\'ednr-s.]av. 7:n0
r, hi.
'iTavv i nr-tllng at Mi-i:on. Thlir-;-
da:. 7:7 I, ri.
Tiho rnLit ,r -. ill pr-ar' r hoth niorn-
;1ir and --IIIL_ Tlifr- iliri -iih e or
h,.it;r^ni v l i tI adm in i.r'-i--d aI tii,.-
p enlruin h I ir. qierlii niii -i., at twtin
hojiii'' Ttp ?lvah qlnartei'p. M',ps r-
Mioll. P i ,-,'.% t lt pnp ario"r i. R ,i'hit r, 1r,.% Ili
i r I [i ,i_ ii 0'h hli r, T 31 iid in i-
r'.-ilip tli.-r- ill b-i- ani antlr'ir ,
h 1 i.. :lii d a .l.. 1', MIrs- H>-tHi-
i..iia rtt- miirrl lh i h v i\ iin Ol.' iv %'o i ,\
r C 'la il.- Hi'-. ii All ari i iriliaily
irni% ? i t I I., -, -* 'rvire-.
Fir-t (niri-finn "iCurch.
Tie Fir.t .'lIrili.n '(huich of Mi-
am will t..,l -., r%, e- in t-li r bt11111-
Irg ',.ri.r-r l1 th -trrct and Ase.. ;,
Sij inila. morni ng;.
P. il,. : .) fit 1 I o lu :l i.
tSr. i.. irh-rirred by J. C. Cline.
DF 1 1 ., I. k
'ti i-liar. E ideavor at 6:3Ii p. n ,
th.- ioide,-r will be Ni l, Ei".ard NI h-It
,il, l, i i,- toipil. for the eening i-
'hi -tian Virt ,it F.
rro -r rw.-roin_ and ong ei vice,
\V di.- ,ia > ,- rinv al 7 ..
\11 aie ,.,rdiilly in -t,-ed to tiese
Kf:l 1 I*"T.
Fir'-t Methodkit Churrh. S.itih.
(''*rni.r ot Eiglith itre-".' and Air-
ii-e rI'; Rev R V. Atki-._on, pasr-r.
Set-i.ies at 11 a. im., vsIth ';ernion
on "'tietital; and \, vh.n tbn mav he
,-xil.e--'tp'1." F\-ning servi.es at 7:.111
p m.. 'Comirig t L'hrist."
SSunday school at 1. 45 a. mi., 1-1. P.
.Branniig. stipeiprintendent
Junior League 3'30 p. mi.; Senior
Leagirio 6i 13 p. ni.
Midweek prayer meeting Wednes-
ilday 7.3p p. Im.
The l evangelist. Rev. Geo FT. WI-
If.y. wihol ias to have bein here today
v.as taken seriouiJly ill In C.ainevrille
anil n ill not be able to preach for
e leral days, so the meetings at thi.
onrirch % ill I-F di .i:oitlnued fur ihe
p-resent.
The -eiFt art. fr-ee and a 'eordlal
veihoime i, ;et.-ided to all.
C'riouiran S-ienve S'Tciety.
Tli. ChrTli.iun .lo ni.-" So ir-o tv of
Miamnl. ihold c:ri-ioe e'ry Srinday
rniirning at -l-ieni o'luo k. In iiih ai-
ditrorurn o:if ihp iie'v school building
i ,IIbjei: tomorrow, Epriastming
P*itr-i:h _n nt."
'[he piJblic is most cordially invlt-

Coigiregaational Servires.
()in First rtlrept lr-tPpn r and D.
o.l'lln .i s,'[,'-O'l at :? p m las-ps
f]rr all .ahn will atf-nl. Th. -,-rv-
1 ,e,, :ir nirlit f ill l, ?irin at 7 n'. loir.
Tht:-i; p-,s.l -ors ?err lte ",ll Lp led
hb a ohoriili. follovpel by preni.hing
Q.Mt -i '.I' o VIlt ,l Q lestioins."
The revival rnoetines hav-, been
,Io!1 atr-indild d uring the weepk. and
ilte Intere-t and rp-tlltg are very en-
v.uuraglng. The meeting will con-
triip every night next week. All
are Invlte-d.
OLD NEWqPAPERS FOR SALE AT
THE METROPOLIS OFFICE.


] NEWSPAPER WRITER


---I S-- -y--Ii r,y ^-u Mggs--_-. u
[ Bargains in Furniture----EVERY DAY


We have just put in a complete line of



Furniture and Household Necessities


Everything being in the Old Central School Building, 9th St., between Aves.
C. and D. We are selling the entire line at prices which are astoundingly low


4Tlephe FLORIDA FURNITURE CO.T.BOGUE
4 1 40.c T e s


h.


Exclusive


IS HAIlED IN COURT

OFFER APOLOGIES

r. I. B Stouiinan Tll .IIIIJudgeP AI-
ki-.nn Tilm1 He Had No Intenlioni
of Crltlri-lnI tile l-'irt anti is
li-i, lri.it-iod- \r'i. I lri.re., \\Withi
I'ul ihpt e i ul' oaur.t

['lr-aling th. t lit 4-,d hadl nr) in-
rI, lliol of -. i4i1 ig re fl-i.i,iris upon or i
l* l ,'ine I iih i ,l ge of Li r n hi.Ial I
,, irt. .an 1 0i. larng iia i tbe court
li.i afl.d. al a I iie- fnon rijoi l i :'-
i,. i,. MIr i' B -t.:.rrlimani. a ii-.'.-
pli, i I .' rI r, r aIpP-a ,i'd Ibe(,-'e .ll rt. l I
.A -tkr-:.ri it tIlO rirr final c.uit tti |
n,.rninvn r'barged with Cotiii.eiiipt of
rO ltt. and iilt0.1 Iflll e pl station be- I
itng made. -,a di di-.harged.
T I n ar I, l,- I n 1 i i .t ,,I i i ofTih'e (t
lith- irig ulr.-ai.-d in .' -?rriila'3 is-|
I oi f tirthe nurniii ria[ef-r alld i] i-
luiit-iii tI -- i.-a d .i-'ion of thl r-. etir i
rlif,.--.i)'l'it fi'r i.r i-. [ir-iterir erri 'ri, a- I
riil:-] as ti- im. I'-igie (f Miami'
and i. probable e-ff-.-r ipor-i i I
Ii hlq e ilrinlail ion thi ni -riri Fnit
MIr Stollenrlan statedl tlint I I, m fir, I
ihoighr i hirlih h-- tried i. )i 'orl uiiI i
lti r ie p arti, 1. .a I | i,,%. i||H itl., i
n-ir-iiie j. rioi-,r -iiic -ni lrt ,l -i r itl' I
r, ) lo idpill | th 11,- _1 1 i ,1' f rh hi1 -
n i llJil i r,i n h I' h1 I 1 11 li h ,II I ..1 ii
lie had i. ga i-i .i 'iar-ii[i- ii il Ial,[
i iit ti-l. i tll .i I. ) irj l i t ; t I i on
I,. ,:,rh r ] h r F.s '-. a. i' reh ll 1 I i


, a l.lr r .. n l, gd n ,, l Inr I'
d,] I IE -|] IPi ,f iI i I h,.. | | l l I ., r
a shII rI 11 1ih r re Filn ,--i .l lh r, i





Sliaicn 11.- a ii m iii t-i' i i e hi-i be-sn-
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r )11r I z I o tr a.]oritotn r
G A. WORLEY, JR,


TO ENTE[RTHE LAW

truiifir a ri ie'rr- Tf *-" am af nn
a shiiiial li.i rit i, t it: i're al r o ..rld i
irn, i, Ii a r ii-i s* i.). I, I-,r- h a been
Sl IIJ..:. in h ltr ,' t a 'ti-. -, o t ini-
IIF 1 I I `l'l I r r lo r I,.vi [I n l exp,-rien.-e and
d.liiig nlb n' iii -llit thengd [har do alot
i~I~i Ali,, e in te hIle Wi oTr' young al-
,:lri, s r,,r a_ ritinlr ,ir et .earl ao 'ter
lI.e lbe,,n lerne ad nii tted to sI t Iar
n,,ing roift adkiantage of his atII.-
.i'h p\rme'i omn P oand -),inr mand a na-
tix- nbilit that iii '-eldom eilialed
t'1q frlnnds [eoel thdt his auc,'ess i- al-
rcady assured. Arid Ilion, !nose wh-)
have been closely niowiated v IthI
"('C. A are also familiar !lih hIs
gPnProIty and kindness of heart,
which promise comfort for many a
dejected client In the roming years



A Good Investment
Without any Risk.
That Is what thrifty people
want and they ontain It when
they buy their groceries of us.
We make a specialty of selling
the best the
Market Affords For Less
We liknow that quality Is the
keynote of our past success and
Intend cona'nue the supply
the good eating kind That pro-
dues good health. We try lo
keep on band the season's best
In fruits and vegetables.
Remember there are many
walks that lead to our
store.


Keller's

CASH

Grocery
PHOHE 1816 AVM. D.


LiT tings


FROM


Tatum


Brothers


Give us an exclusive listing of your property

and see what we can do for you. Many inquiries

for properties answered daily.

We advertise all our listings


No. 314.
Lot in "Simmitt Park Addition$,0
53 1-2x125; ses-er ind water. .. $350
A-4.
Lot on Prout Avenue between $400
Fist and Seiond sireis ........ $
No. 336.
Lot In Highland Park Addition; $ 5
afterr and sewer. $I1 m.unthly...
N6. 33,5.
I.ot in l.na..rence Addiiori on 10th p$700
fh I IL -trept, $. :1. ii In ...... d
A. I.
I.1, I. .] 'I.. uI La '.n-m u. e Imrise; --.0 0
-I- ront .................... $ 6 0 0
No. 310.
T,...lf th r'- lot I ene r city limits; .$750
en 1 lenii ................. .
No. 3:12.
l.,, on Avenue J in Riter- $775
i l. e. . . . . . . . . . . ... . d
A-5.
Luot in PIsii.-aie Park Addition $800
s .ith Hay front pri II -g-- .......
A-6.
Lot oi Thirteenth treit: v'at:er. $850
i...wi-r arid elec-iirr ligmi ....... $ 5
No. :141.
Lot '" -"1I'.ii on Ele-,c-ilti SLIc-t iPif f
ti. side of river ............ ,$1500-
A -' 2.
C'uinier 10uxlSO on Ta.--lith and $ 0
La A rence Drive .......... $W
No. 32.
Cornr1-- l',l)x20u near new Uni o $5000
Station building ............. $ 0
A-3.
Two Ri'er front lotcou Tv.elfth 50
and bridge ................. $5000


$1200


$1250


SNo. 217.
411 areas of plineland near 400
L.arkin. . . . ... . . . . . i 4U U
A.4.
T in ,Ioi,'e grove ( of j .1-2 to 5 1-2 aires
rii vere r- r-ar iit, .E ,1 $.0
per a,.: i e ..... ......... ... I
No. 2.0..
-t a re' i FPr:'. o'rnoorilituf f".r $O2400
triln king .... ...... ......-00U
\No. 2,14.
6 I-' -2 '.'a-- Il.[ II. I-- ... .. t 1 n ,i. $ 2 5 0 0
aril. 3 1-2 a' r,-. ii i m1" $f5- 0I0 ,-

41, ai,:rrt ,'re r in gran l i 2 f*l$4 0 0 0
]-2 rI, 1,.-; '.i--t of el r,i :t '
.\ -3.
E i, lt ai r -U i .I'rI S h' i inrk o.f o M i- Ali0
.itni rul-r. 2 ai-.c," in gloi.e .. .$6000
No. 67.


"--.. r.- i r.,. t iI3, 'ci.I&d $ 500
half a h . . . . . . . . . .
No. 73.
.ii a, ri i- i i ii I,--nOnsr, houG,-%, 4 n,1 n
It:s- ui r i i-rilts-arui . . . $ 5LOU
No. ".M.
I. ac rc- , t" I -,llaril ; r; a, i-es In 2
gr 'alti i 2 3ear i i old . .. ... $20U0
No. 69.
S'.-a re trait rn-n tLijtks from depot with
^3-r,,., 1 fr;it $2200
.l- ...................o... 2 2 0


No. 79.
211 arrest i.lneland. 6 acres In grove dPe'A,
Mix year olaid, -rqonm DoUsae. ... 00-
No. 68.
I a res rmisar OjuI. 6-room resia -0
dence; 2 ailes in frit l trees. .. i


Five-roomn frame bunogalow. 'm- $ No. 8 ).
provements up-to-date .........130UU0 et; a, es of Redlard. 3 arrest in $
No. .4-. 1rlt' trees; 3-ro a.n liuiP . . 44


El-venth street biingalow thls ie $3500L
of river. T.rmns ............ . .$
A-i.
Two-story subnrban horne; fiae. $l4p
nmodern, easy ternis....... .$4500
No. 35.
One ,acant lot, t'so six-ioor $ 0n
frame houiiise on Palm A\se. . $4 0
No. 52.
Six-room frame houses on 9tb $7000
street near Bay ..-. ..... . .
No. 34.


Twos-tory stone residence and four-room rr.t-
tage on Eigbhth street $12 500
near Bay ................ $12 0
No. A-8.
Flhe-arre tracts. Redilaul, deslrable
fur eroe. Per i.re . . . . . $75
No .203.
Tpn-aire tractsnear Hallandale; $400
$11, mni nthl : : cal i . . . . . .
No. 248.
211 arre. In poruomo'uiiiiiine $700
Prairie . . . . . . . . . . .


No. 72.
_, an rn- i ,, rlAng ;-year-olt grove, improve-
isrut-. hon-'v, ictw, $5000
etc ..................... $ 00
A-l1
a- 1i I at L.Enoln C'ity. !i-room tlolse; In
gprai.ie ad] u,(ihr friLt $6000
re.- ...... .. ............. $ 0
No. 76.
I.,i A. rc-s rin-lan.. b muiles from city, 4 acres
in etrii- fri1ltF in tbearinge. Fix-rorm house;
ali,-il horse, $7000
e tl . . . . . . . . . . .


--9 a. re-. i bearing; grapefruit. River front.
r-sidt-,i, -. ne-ar $15 000ii
.ily .. ................. 1 ,UUU
No. 81.
7u ;W,-r"-. itri lin g 1"-.I I. iearlr.g citrusi
f r'is. 7-ron ,,-$- $16000
d.-Ice ....... ........... 1 0 0 0
"l a, req Riter'-ide Grove. 4 i.,ideni.ri e. park-
ing lini-.. IrrigaFr ig platt. Ij I pai l orna-
Ir-i ij] itlrnriililer, and tlow- & P0
1ro. T -iarf, bathue .... t$50,000


Tatum Bros. Real Estate Investment Co.


214 12th Street


GOVERNOR WILSON'S

MESSAGE TO DEMOCRATS

Continued from Page Onp
il, lose -ight even 0o thelr'o'vn inti-
r'ate and inseparable r,-latio to ithe
general nei-da an I trirers-s of tic,
r'nk anid file. Fore-ris nui.t be r,-
ni.-.'.d, and mine-. and wair-i .uuree
mnist be iiushanJud and ples-i v._-d, as
i we cere trirtees for all genera-
lionsr. nuot. m-reyv fuor our o-.in. for
liPe sake of romnilinlties and nations
and riot merely for the immediate
IeIse ( those v ho hasten 0 .:.nlairgp
Iheir enterprisep anj think only of
thef-ir own profits. The gor-ernnient
Wrist emIploy Its powers and spend ita


MIAMI, FLA.


mrr.n i 0n i des-elvop a U Lole l -eople and
a hole conuitrient. and rt the s.aLme
tilmie he.-p them il'fe an1 alert and
unrihaniperel. its eye :ailv. ays on the
-,trninon use and purtinsp, its ithoughr
i'On-idrinl'. o- i ,at MiIII hl|itpri to thi.
aFi-rage titan and of luit will lie
pr-iair'-d lur t- ie nre-:ri c -r-ri-rftoii.
ThIp great ta-k liat r aii, to be
doti-- an be Itria onl., h. a iT- g ,-\-
-it itriert '. li b ItS e- t. i 1.1n thf \i |iil-
pPOItIls. ;ind riirh a go'i'ernm-it we
hlie not had.n -inc. ti -lrtrle'-, .fill
A ldrl'h t 'rNtf it-gan tI, t,,1,l 11, fj-
vor and trirst hpgaTi to Ilu ltipl, iii-
der tlie \- _i ir>ilihli tii i uo i Fl 1 13a'.'
ThI- relilih.h an l|:ir'. iF irr-.riei ably
collmlm teld an.i bOini ii.. g,1 I, l In-
s r. oppn .oiip dir.-- orion [ic in that In
whirh releae anid trfr,:-doit ii It Iha
befi o tu a k p iitt 01 i .al poi i fiii. 01
view.
Tie country -a- alread:- pern.-ldved


Phone 108


this. Everywbere there has been
.-rieadily gathering revolt, by thq voi1
I- 1"li,-t.-six of the forty-elglO
aai-- 'eirerriumerts are now undtl
de,?nirTa[tI> eeciutJltIa. -
ri.- r -i, oihiblity is ours, and we
.hay a'--'rrne- it knowing what it
111 't- The de, islon of the 5th of
Nopentber v'-tll rltip'"hB,' if we bN
irI .1 n,--v lia',' of confidence, ftre*-
lim aril rro,-perity.,. It will be 30
hieeiilv Tiiliimphi of a party ora fag.-
bui. ut ih- triumph of a people%
TI;- il-,n. ,. Ijti. -arty ,il be, not tha
S -Ii iI' I.--inr hili the Lrusted instruL
nor- t.ild tlie %ears that follow wl
i-.t iryv ltri, iploe of the great ri-
Iriblir God grant we shall be wo-.
rhy t, pr-'.' ll. -
WOODROW WILSON.
OLD NI.WSP.IPERB F' O i SLE A
THE METROPOLIS OFFICE

p. -:.',
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- i -


1SIDLANWD IDrIuTM, 3i$w"rLn i.


No. 263.
Ifi acres of marl and print-laiil
fine cuniti, nation fai .....
No. A-T7.
Five--ncr tracts or gr:,v:.lrnd in
Lawrenfe Estate ... ... .


No. 49. N. 75.
Fnur-rionfrmantr COttage. lot Ten acres all-improved with yo
5 ox50,e Tentieth street $a....$tr0ee and -t,-ig .
No. 51.
One 3-room aod one 4-room house $1400 No. 74. ,
In colored district ........... $ 14 0 tr es am .Ojus, 2 acres I .
trees; hammock, 7 mtick ..... VV


I.




is


l?-roomn residence on Four- $10 000
leenth St.; modern 'frame .10 ae. a,", inlulli,,g rhrlenfe: lr,0e
No. 37. I a -r. E'mrarlrf'ruit. 1 ea'-ng $12 00


No. 43.
Four-room, placrered, rottage on $1750
Twentieth street, terms ..... $.7
No. 50.
Six-roopi house LI Bl. sca3ne Park $2000
Addition ................... .




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I TENEWS FROM

AMATSEMENT PAVILION
^A FOR StUSHINE CITY
-t. PETERSBURC.- --An open-a-ir
sling rink and amusement pavil-
Ia.1,will be built in St. Peteiburg
if: .he city or the board ot trad-
w donate a suitatble site lor a per-
Cent building of attractive appear-
Rtt. Fred W. Nail of Detroit. who
h : just returned from EnglandJ
w,.re he opened several large -kat-
lM rinks, and Smitz 'not Sithbi,
aji-behind the plan to put a rink
i t,',. Petersburg. Mr. Nail was in
Bt.Petersburg all last winter com-
I. rfor a rest and is back again thrf
winter to enjoy fishing and the tine
clibate.
pfTNG WORK RESUMED
S ON SOUTH SIDE OF CITY
tT PETERSBURG -Paving work
ott Third avenue south. was begun
relantly and it. Is expected that the.
porton of that thoroughfare now un-
pfrysd ill be laid. with bricu at the
eo*t of the next two veo-l:s The
contractor then will moe oer to
Second avenue north and the sLtreet
ftk.m the park to the bay will tbe
paivd, out across the swash rhaincl.
Siltond avenue Is In bad condition,
dilp gullies having been va-hehd in
Lhb srreel by the summer rains. The
sl'set from SecoTnd ctreer to the bay
htb. been Impassable i"r several
wflas and the city desires to open
ItP as soon as possible, for which
reason this will be th.e first street
Prod under the new contractt The
paing on Third avenue south Is
saker the old contrailct and is the
.I bit of work under that :con-
'.-edt, except Fourth .treet. seuth.
P&Tlng of curl.ing on Second a.-nil,
odnh will bepin soon. Tv.,'elve cars
I'trick, with about S.nOf, bricks in
icb car. are on the-ir way tO 't.
Petersburg to be used in the paying
.vork in St. Petersburg and mote
aDrek is to be shipped in a few days
;kral carloads of curbing have
iin received aad the paving con-
tidtor promises to rush the work on
,_Id~h romsin th,, rity
cflflhetnet'tS13" '" t'10 c''"
.IEATEST EVENT IN THB
,.. HIhTOHV OF TALLAHASSEE
-.ALLAHASSEE-What will prove
.%#'of the greatest, If not the great-
ti event. In the history O" Tallasee
vp the actual heginTiing of paved
>flek streets, recently.
"'hls was Monday, the 2Sth day af
Jabber, 1012.
:r.sleepy Old Tallahassee" as many
,Cebhr enemies have dubbed her. has
plled her carriaees, wagons andl
otkSr vehicles through the sand and
n410 of our hills for nearly a cen-
ut so far as the principal busi-
ne street and an extension to the
r oad depots is concerned, this Is
Sto end, and fine vltrifleJ brick
p emoats, the equal of any in the
a try, Is now rapidly supplanting
t sand and muad The first brick
w ..--laid ai'S'"SO0 o'clock, begin-
Sat Monroe street and Park ave-
a-- Several hundred people had
Sted to see the actual work be-
g' and all during the day the at-
ion was equal to a circus.
Cis lInefld' trq strsetu- leockinlg at
t !rapid work of the expert negro
Ile layers. Men who Phave wit-
a ed such work In other olties,
a .'that this Is the most rapid t0ey
Is ever seen. Although Monroe
~is euneeding broad str-m the en-
tie block from Park to College ave-
nrt will be completed by mid-day to-
dr. - -. -;,
NilDlbU, -VIKZ UX ;kEA4ILL
V NEAR THE OQFRT HOSE
oRLANDQ--heqrt is something In
tl* air that would Indicate that tbhe
tl'e Is near at hand for the remov-
al'of the jail from Orauge avenue.
There appeared in these columns
ol6e days ago mentiol o? the fact
thbAft a deal Is on between the Elks'
c01b, giving the latter the most
clhice site for a home In Florida
:This may go through and it may
ndt. Some of the lodge members are
enthusiastic ever the suggestion and
otthere are more or lIes indifferent
It Is generally considered to be a
pretty heavy expense for the club to
sadAle.
A company of townsmen got to-
getber recently and discussed a fur-

Safford Co.


PIANOS
12 th Street, MIlam
Neut to First National Bank.


EVERY DAY
And Alost Every Hlour

New, Fresh
Up-to-Date
Goads are arrlvilng at our store
which we are aellintg, at the
price that bxlrings the customer
back main.
We kave only strictly fresh
goods, no job lots. or unsala-
ble articles are to be found on
our shelves. We are too busy
at this time receiving our fall
stock to advertise pries for a
few days. Drop in and get ac-
quainted witi our stock and
priced.
Our tW.k you will find as
near up-to-date aa the market
affords. If yotL shotild need a
few articles lor breakfa-t ear-
ly, call u up. Prompt deliv-
ery.
=

TIP TOP GROCERY CO.
Phene 4096 822 Avenue D


THE MTAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


U ":~SlFF'R.\GKTTE EJECTED|

I FLORIDA TOWNS I

other plan for the rpmoval of the jail.
ohl~h h. I .i' b.J conzideied by th.
>0* I ', -.,* ni:itr is orif-ra at next ,Mo,-
day F mtn.0ting.
Thl plan Is to (lose up Cmlt
E I or ji'lter ,d lv' rt it ]i~ t[ l'1 ,. i,
ei the Elk-' club to ho; t r ... I.,1 i t
o (Ih- lot the *-,ii-niv o 4n*. aln bio lt.V
the lail in th e corr,'r. adjoinii tl_ ir '
court holi-'-.
Tr. .IP. CITIrlIN{ DICA
U'P A PIF%TE9. GUN.
C~t'1
TAMPA-F B. Prirc. or Tampt I
,uz a gun frorm hi ,ard biti th-h
rN r a1p,1 H t e [nv a .i
of the dia.-( oif' 1a 1parilla. Pr is "
won.jring now O ihht bloo.1-t hI f''
p,,i. :i Iyei here in year'-r cn r, .it
a ], pei lha it r.'II pl i I r-.0 -_ .


tEr ha viny r-iired with gli the nn- be o an
e" thra t'oilll iR ertur.-,J L, r it tng .U
the Sp.irj.i-h Mlain
SIAXNFORD ROVY TRY .14 ,.
BAKNE1V OLirEi.n STINT. .f
SANFIORri -.mIrnc- 'anford h o', e,.
Vwho ext-.r-rr-d to reji R,,rne-v Ol -
fic-ld;- tin-, too!: il ita".'e-it 'P:--rl-H R0.- [c t
car and -jiri lanli, j it nilit :in .-:a ra. ''--
er out of it and taking it out -i t
S tn-1ai p e,-Je l t . '.- I p l p art: 3t,-- .
rt'ie at a mlerry. ,IlII, Att.nipitntg r,'
-o~hni[hiac tatren [ 1 to I ,o t-piin--',. ,' e
3 r.ar .and [ti -ir iii .-.l rite ,:urr,
.tnd it l-d to rilior. it- fi, n e at th'r-
res-i.ficn.: of hir l-li,, rs Firt.-
rialely no on.- -.a hltir. hit haI.-I
there p ,een .--t nioe ? ntlii-r \ I.h l.-. rti-
Ina the rorn-r -t the ssrb aie l i. thJ Ier --
UghiIt ie hlt t-i, store tot rilt. Thbi M s i s Maude Malone, the ardent
SPe ied eita ith. It, Iiut ti' sto t.,] '
be -.tOppr.,1. no matter ,, I-ther it he" i -t .1 itt'.t a ji-
in o,, rp i,, ,,o,.I,, he a .... '. l o ....... ... .. ...
i -ih Iri ,of fun or the de sire to P tr i .t tl c'. trtol.[ : I II, _t ,e l-. J., l-
i~ r. k I' rn-,.nrd I t an I % th f--r - r In g il - -i t j i-,i L .- t 1 A n t re r ,I' 1: -
Iant d n [ th a- ,ar :,Ift rre., It t .1td be n -- l,\' 'tot'r [,t..
.ill ritit. hit t-.-r, arn orh.- :- r, theI H r u I I - t -iird - I
rtma t :rt ,1 la d i h- a n d 1 i h ld n a rt in j : ; -. .r A ]tt .H it ,-
danger of ibes. -p. ,ei bi .. 1.ciH'I,,,t l-t1 .. "t.d: r. i ite p-r-
. ...... . ... .... i nt mir I l-ri up ,tir g rl,,- [w l l
TAM PA PEO PLE VOTE FOR h. a 'a-. itt .- l 1 -- n ,i.-clharge at
A MIr"-M'JPAT,. LIBRARY ,;;- eri%: 'uHr
TAMPA-Onr npmore the people f ... ..-_-__ -
Ta.mpa have rm--,t.re-..,d ,rein ,10-t "The i Honr-Lt. Rnal E-Ivae Dcaler".
to anrr -l, t [t h e he 3 1 ,= ,.nt ot t ,n H i H .. ", , I,
. irepv. Carn.irrp i and ,tVr ,l i--l n hi1= ,tt .-r .i-, , til 1 t tl.- i -r-j
progresi pe il t Ji rar' the t,,ul1d- t.-tnri. .. illinh ,, ti.r 1ir, l iH t l- r I f
iric f -l th it h i I t, ,--t $e, ii id:, - I. tiH H l l, ..it.l HJ. hti ,,H t l]l
STATE NE\ N fPaIrs. the ,anr, IrI :. I,, !.i. K-
t h o F rn -c ,- ,-,o erf-c ti n g w il l tie lH H r,, n.. n H l,' ha ,, rt ,..p d ai H ,r i,. -
t. vy t -l1,. 1 .ir r o. i-- I .i tra :I-t.. J tth 'r t :II r H .- It 11, I 1tHI,'o l, e h, i ., r i t I
il i:. t ,Ie th l il. ni, t.ij lrii v in a'. 1 h i- i or,,o-d .,h- i] -


A Pay-less Job

INQUIRY AFTER INQUIRY POURS INTO THE BANK REGARDING THE CRED-
IT, HABITS AND STANDING OF ALMOST E EVERYONE WHO PRETENDS TO DO BUSI-
NESS. IN MOST CASES WE ARE WELL P OSTED AS TO THE FACTS-IN SOME WE
REALLY DO NOT KNOW HOW TO ANSWER.
IT WOULD NEVER DO TO PROSTITU'IE THE POWER WE THUS HOLD BY AL-
LOWING MALICE OR PREJUDICE TO COL OR OUR REPORTS. SO WE DEAL HON-
ESTLY WITH THE SITUATION-AS HONE STLY AS WE KNOW HOW. AND WHEN WE
CAN'T SAY A GOOD WORD, WE SAY VERY LITTLE.


A. P. ANTHONY. President
E. M. BRELSIFORD. Vice-i'res.
L. P1. ccOllD. C'Citalit-r.


< fN(ankof~l'ipalm yg
; 01' '' e


WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.


Helpful Suggestions

WE WANT OUR PATRONS TO COME TO US FREELY WHENEVER THEY FEEL
THAT OUR AD VICE WILL BE OF VALUE TO THEM, BECAUSE WE BELIEVE THAT
THERE IS A VERY IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE IN HAVING SOUND AND FREQUENT
COUNSEL.
IT FREQUENTLY HAPPENS THAT OUR EXPERIENCE ENABLES US TO MAKE
SUGGESTIONS HELPFUL TO A BUSINESS MAN.
WHILE THE PRIMARY FUNCTION OF A BANK IS TO SAFEGUARD THE MON-
EYS IN ITS CARE, THIS INSTITUTION IS PREPARED TO DO A GREAT DEAL MORE
THAN THAT. IT IS OUR DESIRE TO GIVE OUR PATRONS EVERY ACCOMMODA-
TION AND SERVICE THAT CAN BE REASONABLY REQUIRED, AND WE CONSIDER
'THE GIVING OF DEPENDABLE ADVICE ONE OF OUR FUNCTIONS.

The First National Bank

MIAMI, - -- FLORIDA


CAPITAL $150,0000

EDWARD C. ROMFH, President
W. H. SPITZER, Vice-President.


SURPLUS AND PROFITS $65,000.

E. A. WADDELL, Vice-Presideat.
HARRY McCOWN, fCashier.


To the Electors of Dade County:
Mot of oi ha.tf- at honne time had occasion t. complain at "the law's delay "
:1 .111 aot ,,1 Ilnt that "the law's delay" alivayA potponre-, and frequently defeats, the enforce-
ment ca le,-.il nliht, an< the adininlttrn'non of .inlice.
n T he i pe"pl- ir. >nt;il. N.-.aiin, St. Jol- n rII(I I ,Tlay Counties (comprising the Fourth Judicial
Cinr. ilt are i inlri'llinine a'inctly at "the law's delay"


e" a Er, Hi.. ~ pih i~f ''a11 a, uIl l I .F r l .a \ r l .' [, ,h_ , i1, 1
iegintere.J at th.- e Pi,-nr, rnt ...,it. cr I nora td, rhe suit proV,.t.,l', ,.,11 L, IEE BECAUSEU
tbut 'then it i.- t.rtkLrmi Inte rnlits ,i .i R- hieI, 3. Hal-r i, tfh inr| I t ,,1,1 1, 1 1,1 1i 1tt h IIPh did in Jt '.e ;in reI liof fr
lion that pr'ao. ]. h it ,, r .lt i ntrl ,nit iIh, ,t f .\H 1,, lH oiie, ( i t ltl in Ihe[ i -,.l[e did -et Iel
3 ]itni'i rat inn A : n tglini a' ,1 i-. MN r Mit,,ih'll Hi. ln i, r, at th.i ad- .
Peldom oagti ',-fn. a to dr&fr-at th. t.. i Pti, ni u- in-itf Ir, i i .. ItECAUSE
v.ill of the reorl, tl e \h vi ro.. ,. a .Ii11n 1 1 hrn iit ... r. The it.lililtion of (he ro.ntie'
loriout s in for th-, peorle at noip inoiHi li n 1,.uhur ti in(-'sIc
aEain6t th w rr llirn. Thwrnr i. an. e to. t ;II', lt ti rf l\ t n, t
tal vote cast in tii- t, ity v .-:. .MOVE TO .1 iCKSONVILIE EECAUSE
wa 1 .,722, of 1th-so .,)s being fo'r It i,' not huiitmainly po.s.ible for
the library and 625 agalnsr It. IA"F0\'.VILL.. -.,d D Bryan The L.-ei-laiiiire ha. re. oin
,In' n--- fi f lirnt n P"."I a i'tnlln oCf (ip e n-iiiiiiiitn. hirlich i. to be vc
WORKING HARD TO GET I nltt-d Sttnre: '4-nitor Nathcin P. Thlie amiendlment sill appel.it
CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY. Ftrin. and one of the h;t known "-'oR 'ONTI'TTITI)N
-men in Florid has ,a .-harhnt-:d V..,'1i TIONAI. (R'IRilT .111
TAMPA-As the time for votIng area of firpt firm land n t he head I-XPENt4I-:S TO BE P1
on the proposition of a public libra- t f the Ind'lin ilver.. in \'nlitia and
ry draws near, citizens are exerting Pradfiord ru'jnti, f.-r lo,.al ree-dcnre THE ADOPTION OF THE.,
every effort to get out as large a and r.ntince prnrprtv. anid v.il h-re- FTHE I OPTIOTOF THE '
vote as possible In favor of a library, aftir reside p '-rmnianr-nl, in In., I- I" .I 1t ONOTOBJE
and practically"every civi r oresniza- -riivlle Ti T trana.(i,,'n ir,.oltes REQUESTED TO ItOi- FOR THE
tilon in the city has taken up the b t.i'c-en aTnr.ltilf. l,1 i.1"1. INC 'OUR FRII.Ni.iS AND NEIG.
fight. Among the organizations ac- ,Tr P-rvan hli- r, -rIrdd in Pilm,
tively championing the cause of a II- '-t h co-intr fnr cv,.,rl *'r.-,ri! be-
brary are the Board of Trade. Rp-! ire intere.stod in th saiil of vi-r- -" ~-
tail Dealers' .'ts-oTi- tion, Ciire cila.-Ic and n. ifi.-Iiorinrc lan.- rind linrt: of the city. hv- he band. thpr'
Linch Club. Tampa Civicl Assoria-i ,H- ztn-: th- t in' nrr ,r i .. trir-t-.:tr In '-r'i no ftl'ial r\,rr irces downnn town
tion, and nnmeprott w-omen'-s c tlh-. Fltida farmn land-' ha' -,-n -ho.-n aidt Ino raride and thrie fair omay
of the cit's', the purpose of all of for .- rbrat moniti .\s an illiitra- r'r't..rl. be -tjid to h.av.e forani ]:,
these organization; being Io better liorn tf the vaer amr-tlint of Err-i lacdr-. ot-n-d toilat at noon. a hen Albert
the clty morally, educationally and haJndc arild dirine" re-.'nt year'. Mr. IA Giii, hrirt d hlii'reti art addlre ., bt'-
flnanclallh. ;i-rvan t itd thr, he. L-nh-n r rn. tnr- r ht t.-h Ir It i ro. d H ever nr ,.rIn


,-- 'iidnlt w nho had b'nonme n0illiJnair-.s hilre oi the oertmin dlay
READING ROOM WVIT I, ('OM- throiich the Pxploitarion of this Stood on Bale of Cotlon.
SPETE WITH SALOONS. property alone. A '\ ir. iniere-iring and uni.ii-e fea-
I tire. ol tte opi-ting a-ldresz of C;10 -
ST PETER'-;RtriRG -In rcompr-ti- MATRICr'LTIflN HE'RE iritor "il.liri.-t v.i: the 'tarnd from
tlon with the saloon in that it oiffor NE.1.RL.Y TWO THOU'SAND, ihich it., d-li.prel his. d't1re.s.
a plare of a[ nmis.I, nt an.] enterfaln- -- The s-peukinz o.I'lirred in front of
Sent. thai like ile s.aloon is ipern CAINESVILI.IT-I-There ar ir nn' hw agr', uli itral building. where a
al diy and nnprt of the nilt Tfree trn .nrollp.d In thr- varinol- eti-it;onnil b'-lT- of ,-ornn hao .t.-een pla-ed. iil)-)n
rte men of ithe r ty. a rep.-tding room Ir, n itmion; nf Gatriv c iti ne.-ariv v hil.h the asovpeitor t.rood to i-Ike
.a to be opened in the b.'- nempni cr i.v-p hiindr.r j' I td. rtt3 and.] til at- hib- talk. Thi- Linnirli and orfag .tal
the Fourlh stret f lh rri.ian ,'bi rrh i l-an.'p o pea h I in-r .-'incr almost ,'',-s -. 5 a1,1,- i:tI't- i bv i 'It- -rI', c --.d
The pa.-tor of the rhiir.'i. lihe Re- 1.a-1t hI, h ard the a.l.lrp-_- arid mnan
Dr. N C B.-I. : .: V sani ilTur i the s- F ieir, s-0.irr.d hvb Tha Stin Fl i- c., n tnent ,pre n. a,,e. upOn it. it it.-
loon is open trott earlv it i h, morn- .a- 1 andi tli' -,lay sh -,- lt foil,'.-'- tn.? r,-,-rit1.-rI-n at a p rir.aroriate nian-
log itntil l.rt a i g brihi ': :nrr ot ,millt -irng the agri- iltira]
Iigh d ant d ] r.ie ac lltit b rih-n lvn TI.,. r,.-,r.:I-'iv cf FlForida haa an r-::onurtre of Thi; .a. tion of Flowi-ia
lihebte antd "t1ia. 1,i1;e to : nlwn 1,o0-ir-m.ie 'i.I't; i ac-
I: ,; '.lirnerit ,-f [;. ,, l r it 1,,, f=
wants to.-tany. ishir- tb-a -'hurth itn:tin E" IF )R
,,sx.ef L m ^ it it rr.ni ,z r in h, ,t.r "y H I W E W AITE "AV R -
closed c .,ept fr a fr-t th lrs on notnatotin,li- 'Pt-.i nni ST. lPETERSR UIIR G.
Sunday and once a week in the %,-ven- Th'ltnee'ltle rrd and ST. PETRSRIRG-One c" the
ings. So he decided to compete with qho h a tlal of t an i n-t aral and tfatory aet
the ia loo r, tenr it m en o r S t. P enter .-r,, i'a i t l o f, -- i ] ; ,In t.s- "at the p r .e andt itt o unt .y ba -:
burg aind offer as, grpat atiracrions a- pi p r- mntc in rdall%- Tlh-. pn.- dione was the agreeing Thibrela.
the saloon. without thie evi eflectS., ,t enrollr.'ri. atil '-,-h th.- .t'ni i ntasht to paving the co.t of illitrni-
Qof ihe sal-o1s. ,l-., Ih-,rn m,'r,'h lr..1. F-, ,--,l.- rlt Ii r n tl n of [lie "W litle W a''y" rpteles
A r.,adin e an-i n ol-ing room r.,- ror.tal enrnilin.i-rt of an;- prf-., tl, that have bePn on the s Ireets for the
vlded with the dally pap.-r'- and ill tp rm [t..,t- 'e '., ral s,-.,.t
thn new magazine v.'-,th h:nrmlns "otnothlsrnd FSminiry the new In- ,No-l A. Mit:hell and Ed T. Leui',
hut interp-tine games i ant romferta- t titiition f.-.,r ;rl' -r,,.j v.-,nsr aonrhn tn of ltheo fre-mort boracitors of ift
ble chaits. It1 to be opened shnrt I ,- 4 ,i.i|ii on it r,-=;:tvnr and ,' iity. are duie the credit for ihis val-
in the 'hilrrl. of whi'h Dr Biickl.-r man iv mrro :, to \pr'-.:ted bft.r re rth tiallie ras, et to St. P ters--rtb re.
is pastor This room will bm free' to neit- -ar While a great many of the mer-
the men oF r St P-tersbure. ihbrhpr Ti h.\',n fieir-. a 'orp-,!* i- O10r4 ,-tharrs alone the Wihite Wnva" ron-
rr-sident= er viitnor' h litr.-h rnpm- in r i Y \hthe- t tr'- r-,rotltinnt a tiriitited, thr.-ir pro rata. here were
t-hprs or nor. v ere ip 'b-, r-an priondl -', ho tl I e. i nffiai iDu..,-an S h:,ol otnte who h-eld ba:k, and had it not
their spar t eini In a wav that i q hm 1 T, htrii'- I-.' intn .. ni ITn hbeen for tl- tnt ring ef'frts of
profitable as well as pnt-i taa;nin Fir,,i". ,i I ,l'nt-re h. ti.e t' .'tht te Meesr;. I. ri. an] Mit lh ell. the pn le:
Dr. BnrklP. 's plan is 1to m-ik- ihih .r nr.ll'n-'nI utp t'o ne-a.a l- Itv eIy hin- might have remnine.] indefinitely
"'iurch a .sort of Y M C AA C wh dr,--d al,-nr the- cirblng.
the adianrPages sarh an a t.o.ciatnn .ltendanme at Unir.n tleadlenly. Ci(li-ns in -leaking of the action
buillliaR off-r. Th' Pnln-alllionn tr at Tii tT Ai -.- of th( citv ,-onncil in agreeing to
-. ---______ "niv. thP onlor--. l. I,-;. hin.,,. anrd diav far rhe jiii.t. e, are lntanilimllc: in
MITCH(ELL WILL FInHWT 4zl A,'i i': E,.-. o[i l 0 o t.--n frtheir timmprnda ion of the decision
REAL ESrTATE EFXCFIH.'(NF otoi, -i ,-Ititlil'n. i? r'rr lirnp h.r.-.- ,of the city farhpri
'ir __ -if-a to asv -uar tiho.h rtratI- t[, _______ ....
qT PETERSBIT(';. -Silt for lihel 'i;tin in.r t .,nl-vil.. .-z no' v;,r, L.ARGE(;R DEL.tD PA('KDRIT2 .4
will be filed h\- Noel A. Mit hell l ipie to rh- ,o tloiu'antd mark. BURNED TO THE GROIT'ND
a -iinIt Ihe Indivi,-Ial m -n her, r. oft ...... .
the R-al EFtate I',.lann- .aI,|in GOVERNtOR OPENS, FPi DELAND-The lanrgce ne-w pac-rl:
large damale-'s for li-,.,d ini ir\ to: .' sr.tN fINts I'ONtl'l'O\N BAiE. ine lihote of rea A. Stev.art. with
hi- standing in the (onintinitv The a. Ill iirq contgfnts Wa ,iburnf-d to the
suit pronws out of tl fi ht wbirh hlip PFN'('4 W.h. -R \Vith ret',.rd r-cnltind morning .'iast bpfnre day-
E.-hatige ha; been nT.king acan'tr br,-l in e 'r.-'"d in ain-itiLrt. h. the light The bild'ling v.as just ,:on-
M r Mitli hil. follow- ing the "I.t;h- 11.2 rn'n--t ol Iq tI.-r-trPr, F., ir nei - p1,'-red It ia, S hbvI } )l feet nith
drawal froiat th E t.hange ef Mr eI t ', t ni.-,rrn,,c an. 'ltlic-iiah rltne-- von.l riotrr and 'ld'-ic, and iron roof.
Mitchll He and the H" l1.anac- h -t"it a ,-,r,.,,--r ilt. aarin.irt c-f E,,rnr'l,.e o ronhinerv. ,-itl|lp':d with
btAre br en en-ar'ed In- a live r n- : or t h h-,o d rin t t .1 .il onf Ithe r-\- motor. iad ,i -,n 1nI'T1 a i.-d A .ar-
Soilnted for ntnrl, than a wee1-k tihe' t "h i -iil._:. Ihtnt are. mo\ irI, z ]na i nf pac'king material was in tbe
E h-iange exprplllng hima aq a mpmn i r ar l n nit .-l I-. n i t,. ".aip nifli n I '. -r, ihildinc and -a li., i:'- -if r:ta pefrni t
The adv-rlisniipint %ihil,-i wi- ptih- i tViint' a ill b,. in r ;-r-, i- lq' -b Ptpq v.' pii t inl :-.etord.'., rfroni Jtidge
lished by thep E hxlieang. Fridar -tnd G;T.ir, onr AIrit X. G Ic thrit t arn,, p rl-ior r cr-.'e- The re.' .. j ,3 .n-
Slla rtlav 1 i, 1-r haiis orif liI aI turn a n-inrt- r of tlit.:r i-,r.-'a nd-iit oi r I-., g -i an rd v ,.ik was to have i)PEiln
v hi. h Mr. MiTrh-ell] will tile' T he i al- V-rr' t r .ieai t'.--,i lrne r,.l iht ti ior i.-i
adi.ertis,.-ment wa s decide '. in.-C,.m. I 'r f"I'."t lr a rI|'.- ane.- i
plimeritary i li its ref-rence to on,- illje i.-.t.I I.ETH PRID11E. Alta --The i,-, r.,itost
iartit tltar man. In th.- aivP. rt ,-.- I S le.it as a rt l-' litt- ir -r d:a', t i fir '. ii ;rti; ie 1'1l3 tnit'rnatinnr l
npi t rno narne wa ; mpni tionr-d. tir inr i f i 'lr is ri t: r,. -.It. r.t i1. a ldr, t.arluin-, nipgr.-ss ainUe lo an endi
Satir.lay's -'-ue of tbe lnid-to irnui. nr t triti rahidard.. thci- il] .ii, Pit- I n i t I % 1' i H Ih t nti irin_.einc iiit aot the-
a small ad was run on thr- flitt rarie. P| 1-iit 3. a t a lplr-n'-r |i- i.i-.acrini ha 4 m .-s- of tte delegation from Okla-
inserted hv the Real e'trl Rt Ei hn-hin-' been araneed for tlit' opcnin lay,. h loma.
rallin- attel-tion to the adtc-r --ni--itr (,otenior Spepks. |
inserted y the E-x. hanie and "a( a'nbib-r 'thn- i a ton.ra-t ,loi n-to-.n O.iD RAG(S WANTED AT THIS
ing that it referred to one man unlt.i and a ini, at..u'nd tinc \s driLuL, cra OFFICE.'


om the additional judges and circuits created last year, while every other
ieot';

e i mentioned, and the business in the circuit conrts of these counties, Is
nte-r than when the judicial machinery we have was provided;

r one man to do the cork required of the Judge of the Fourth Circuit.
ized our NEED of the relief asked for. by proposing an amendment to
til edin in THE. WHOLE STATE at the electiMon next week.
ir o, the ballot as follows:
I. mMENDW.rENT. ARTICLE V. CREATING AN' ADDI-
itIGESHIP FOR DUI'VAL COUNTY. SALARY AND OTHER
tInD BY I)UVAL COUNTY.
AIjF.NDMIFN.T WiL PROMOTE THE CAI.SI .- J'STIC;
AMENDMENT WILL COST YOU NOTHING;
TO THE PROMOTIN OF JUSTICE. FREE OF UI)ST TO YOU. YOU ARE
AMENDMENT. AND FU'RTIER ASSIST A WORTHY CAUSE BY ASK-
qBOhI' TO DO LIKEWISE.


Dade County Leads Florida
Do you know that Florida showed a greater percentage of in-
crease 1 2 1 per t.ent I In population than any other Seuthern State
during the pa-t decade?
Do you know that Dade County, where oiur lands are located.
-I,,'" 'd an tnci,as.- or 253 per cent during the same period-SIX
TIMES THE A RAGE FOR THE STATE Al A WHOLE?
Dade CountyL is being settled by the most progressive people
from all over the country and Is the particular part of Florida
nl'ioh is undergoing the most rapid development.
The i, climate of Dade County is unex-elled. Moreover, Dade
County hap an abiindance of slack fertile soil.
Other things being equal, fertile soil plus Ideal climate plus
rapidly increasing population plus Intelligent development regu-
Iast s Ind values.
W;th these- significant facts before you Is It not apparent that
Dade Coitntyv, Florida, is the place for you to Invest your money?
Thil beqt part of Dade County Is the Everglades-now in the
proce's of re.'lamation.
But don't buy any land anywhere until you are thoroughly
satisfied of Its salue and of all the essential points made by the
Company which is offering It for sale.
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
For further information write to

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General Office- Sales Office:
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Of the many Hallowe'en festivi-
ties of the week, the masquerade
dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
SJ. D. Hendricks on the Orange Glade
road Is being voted among the most
enjoyable.
The guests all came in costumes
and acted the parts of the characters
they impersonated with a gusto that
was moat interesting. Santa Claus
arrived as the corpulent figure of
Mr. Maurice-Faudel and the revered
saint discovered that even a Puritan
Gentlemen, Mr. Thomas Lewis and
the cay maiden, represented by an-
other young man. Mr. Clyatt Lewis
tan be as jolly as old St. Nick.
Mrs. Leo Davis, Mrs. George Hen-
dlrcks and Miss Yduate were a pretty
trio of Japanese ladies, while Miss
SEmily Hendireks kept everybody
puzzled as to her identity, dressed
as a Spanish cavalier. Nir. Leo Davis
looked quite real as a Japanese ruler,
while Mr. George Hendricks was a
regular Dutch uncle. Sweet little
Dolly Varden was well Impersonated
by Miss Sfstrunk and Martha Wash-
ington never looked lovlier than Miss
Celia Olmstead represented her to
be.
Mrs. Olmstead, as a gypsy fortune
teller painted some bright futures
for the revelers who lost none of the
merry-making spirit even after their
masks were removed. Appetizing
refreshments were sere'ed during the
evening and the dancing continued
until midnight warned the guests
that t'he wltches would soon be flying
all about.
Those who shared in the evening's
pleasure were: the host and hostess,
Mir. and Mrs. J. D. Hendricks. Mr.
and Mrs. Kohler. Mr. and Mrs.
George Hendricks, Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. -Leo Davis,
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Davis. Mr. and
Mrs. W. M. Lewis, Mr and Mrs.
Wiley Lewis. Mesdames Kerr, A. NIM.
King and Olmstead, Mieses Emily
Hendricks, Pearl Sistrunk. Ethel
Liles, Rachel Liles. Edna King, Ma-
rion Olmstead. Ella Luter, Erma
Thompson, Josle Yduate and Verna-
belle Wagner; Messrs Clyatt Lewis,
Thomas Lewis, Earl Wilson. Verne
SWilson, Leslie Cann. Maurlce Fau-
del, George Olmestead, Finley Hyatt,
Lee 'Ward, Tucker Lee. Lewis Hall.
Joseph Hall, Alonzo Lewis. Bob
Gardner, Squire Ward, Anderson,
Wicwire, Dempsey and Moss.

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OF sbpecialT Interest Is the monthly
concert of sacred music of the First
-- Methodist church which will be giv-
en.tomorrow evening In the church
auditorium. Miss Pansy Andrus as
:* piantist, will play the prelude, a noc-
turne from Schumann. and for an of-
fertory will play Mendelssohn's "Song
Without Words" Mrs. Ralph J.
Powers will sing "I Heard the Voice
of Jesus Say," by Herris, and Mrs.
John Graham will sing "Light." an
especially well written composition
by Frederick Stevenson. The offer-
ings of the choir will be Woodward's
chorus, "The Radiant Morn," and
Geo. B. Nevin's beautiful evening
hymfi-; "At the Close of the Day."
The members of the choir who
will sing tomorrow nlght are: So-
pranos-Mrs. Powers, Miss Macy
Pfelffer, Miss Emma Roberts. Miss
Olive Smith and MIlss Hazel Gibson:
altos-Mrs. Graham, Miss Kathleen
Sands, Miss bluerl Turnage, Miss
Metta Smith and Miss Carmen Eric-
son; tenors. Mir. Earl Hoag and Mr.
SChas. Cushman; basses, Mr. Chas.
Pfelffer and Mr. Alfred Warriner.
At the morning service tomorrow
the numbers will be a solo, "The
Good Shepherd." by Mrs. Eugene B.
Romfh, and a quartet selection.
"Grace, 'TIs a Charming Sound "
Mrs. J. W. Warner will preside at the
piano. playing for a prelude a pasto-
rale from Goerdler, and for offertory
a romance by Sanford.
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Have you seen the new Dress Goods
at Douglas'?
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Do you get sixteen hundred oun-
ces when you pay for one hundred
pounds of hay? Ask the man to
weigh it. D. N. Carpenter, 1312
Avenue D.


THE MIAMI METROPOLA, SATURDAY, 10OVEMBJR, Z, 1ZI12t..]
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MIAMI


Graduating Class Entertained

Juniors at Hallowe'en Party


There was not a slow moment at thy Stearns had more nearly found
the Junior-Senior party given last the figure,' moutn, anl sihe was
ight t th ho ,of Mis May A awarded first prize, a book of Riley's
night at the home of Miss Mary Ag- poems called, "When th- Frost is on
nes Pope on Palm avenue. Some- the Pumpkin." Toe booty prize fell
thing was doing every minute of the to Miss Macy Pfeifier. and proved to
time from biting apples on the string be a comical little Goholi u man.
te bobbing for them in a tub of wa- The evening ended in the crowd
ter. gathering around the piano and sing-
gh everandas and yard of the Pope ing In a hearty oldfashioned manner
home were profusely decorated with many of the popular songs.
yellow lights and strung with yellow Those who attended the affair last
and black crepe paper. And with all night were: Miss Marle Pji.hford,
manner of Hallowe'en games and Miss Violet Stephens. Miss Mabel
frolics the evening passed In merri- Duval, Miss Mary Agnes Pope, Mr.
meant. One of the features of the Wayne Moutgomery, seniors; Miss
evening was the fortune nuts whi:h Brown. Miss Stearns. Mlss Merritt.
w'erp distributed among the crowd by Miss Pfeiffer, Principal W'. B. Owens,
Miss Mina Threadglll who was Mr. W. R. Thomas, members of the
charmingly dressed as a witch. The faculty: Miss Licile Atkissonj Miss
bright little jingles and "sells" which Dorothy Daviez. Miss Mamie Mizelle.
were contained In the nutshells add- Miss Joaddie Harper, Miss Marian
ed much to the fun, through the corn- McCoutrney, Miss Esther McCourtney,
paring of "fortunes." Miss Bessie Sandlin. Miss Dorothy
Marshmallows on long sticks were Mills, Miss Jessie' Pratt, Miss Mary
toasted over a bonfire and though Halle, Miss Mina Threadgill, Miss
some were burned to a crisp by the Helen Merrlck, Miss Pattie Mae Mon-
young people, they were eaten with roe. Miss Norma Duggan. Mr. Jean
evident enjoyment. The scene is Lind, Mr. Myrnice Bell. Mr. Harold
easily depicted as one of beauty and Barker, Mr. Clarence Sutcliffe. Mr.
gaiety, the shadowyv.' light from the Bill Sutciffe, Mr. Russell Hutchin-
fire and the merry laughter of the son. juniors; Miss Eunice Hooks,
crowds lending a charm to the whole. Miss Hilda Mills, Miss Gertrude
Refreshing fruit punch served with Quigg. Miss Gladys Palmer. Miss ?a-
nut and pimento cheese sandwiches rah Callowa3 Miss Susie Pope. Mr.
was dispensed throughout the even- Donald Comsfcrrk. Mr. Edgar Palm-
ing, Miss Annie Pope presiding over quist. Mr. Eskil Palmquist, Mr. Ed
the punch bowl. Tobin. Mr. Wallace Wheeler. Mr. Ar-
Pinning the pipe in the witches' thur Carruthers. Mr. Addison John-
mouth proved a diversion and when son, Mr. Owen Carr. Mr. Pullen. Mr.
all had tried their skill In this con- Bethel, Mr. Clement Brossier, Mr.
test, It was decided that Miss Doro- Bazlle Brossier, Mr. Duncan Moffat.



+ MISS ERICSON HOSTESS +
+ FRESHMAN CLASS PARTY. +


With the first class party, the
Freshmen of Miami high school were
entertained last evening at the home
of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Ericson on
Ninth street. Miss Carmen Ericson
and Miss Lorena Jones were hostess-
ec and an unusually happy evening
was spent.
Games and frolics of all descrip-
tions were played, "Faith, Hope and
Charity" proving the most popular,
at least with the blindfolded partici-
pants. "Forfeits" was another amuse-
went Indulged In and much fun re-
sulted from the ridiculous "stunts"
by which some of them were re-
deemed.
When tired of games in the house,
the young people repaired to the
beautiful lawn where they delighted
In various frolics until a late hour.
They were served with fruit punch,
grapes and candy by Miss Ericson,
w, o was assisted by Miss Jones, Miss
Lidgren and Miss Barrington. When
latq In the evening the goodnlghts
were said, ajl were unanimous In
the opinion that class parties are
greater successes than any other
kind.
Those who attended were: Miss
hey and Miss Alice Sandecs, mem-
Carmen Ericson, and Miss Lorena
Jones, hostesses. Miss Lillian lIcGa-
hers of the faculty; Mr. David Mc-
Clure, president of the class of 1916;
Miss Leonora Gibson. vice president;
Miss Florence Wharton, secretary
and treasurer: Miss Muriel McDow-
ell, Miss Marian Conklln, Miss Fran-
cis Carr, Miss Alma Lindgren, Miss
Marie Gibson. Miss Dorothy Duggan,
Miss Katie Dean, Miss Cleo Barring-
ton, Miss Virginia Roop, Mir. Wal-
lace Green, Mr. Frederick Suizner,
Mr. Charles Pfelffer, Mr. Will Daven-
port, Mr. J. D Miller. Mr. Lauder
Carney, Mr. Forrest Gordon, Mr. Ho-
bart Wensley, Mr. Paul Ingram, Mir.
Baker Gladson, Mr. James Warner,
Mr. Paul Griffith, Mr. Lysle E. Fes-
ler, Mr. Earl Hoag.
*
Daily catches of fresh fish and oys-
ters at Miami Fish company.
0 4
J. Wx. Comstock, of West Palm
Beach. an old-time resident of the
East Coast country, Is spending a few
days in Miami. Mr. Com.ock has
not visited this section of Dade coun-
ty in several years and is thoroughly
pleased with the signs of prosperi-
ty and the extensive improvements
that he finds.
S *
WE SELL all kinds of oats. but
Racorse Oats are the best we sell.
D. N. Carpenter.


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* +
+ UMISS DANN HOSTESS +
+ HALLOWE'EN PARTY. +
+. .7.
+4*++4+4++4.4.444+*
"Kindred Spirit orthe night
Come and join our"ghostly meet.
Hallowe'en at candle light, W
Dressed in pillowslip and sheet.
Come as ghost, come as ghostess:
I shall be your witching hostess.
"Edith Dann. Chief Cpook.
"13 Goblin Street."


In response to the above unique In-
vitations, eighteen merry childrenn
gathered last n'lght at the home of
Mr and Mrs J. A. Dann to celecurate
with Miss Edith Dann the all-Im-
portant festival of Hallowe'en.
Dressed In flowing white robes, the
ghosts enjoyed themselves in a whole
hearted way and, strange to say,
even seemed to delight in the novelty
of being allowed the food of mortals.
They enjoyed to the utmost the
games and frolics provided and did
full justice to the delectable collatiot
of chicken pilau, olives, pickles, sand-
wiches and punch which was served
In the dining room.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dann,
Missed Lillian MIzelle, Pauline Moore,
Alene Chafer, Alene Cooley, Mary
Abrams, Johnnie Adams, Virginia
Evans. Nina McAdam, Helen Jack-
son. Edith Dann. Eddy Roe. Donald
Northwood. Elliott Smith, Alvin Os-
borne, Bert Walker, Walter Combs.
Teddy Jones and Bennett Sanders.
4 *

A. +
+ BOOKLOVERS' ELECTED +
+ OFFICERS FOR YEAR. +
4 +
44444+4+4--++4.4**+4
At a meeting of thi Booklovers'
club held yesterday afternoon at the
home of Miss Saidee Kolb on Fifth
street, officers for the year were
chosen and the work for the study
course mapped out.
Mrs. J .\\ Walla e was chosen
president, Miss Grace Jarrett was
elected to the position of vice presi-
dent, Mr Charles Mllls Teriell 0,as
selected as librarian, and Mrs. C. H
Ward will fill the position as critic.
During the coming year the Book-
lovers' will study modern drama.
which they will take up after the
completion of the Shakespearian
play, King John. which they were
studying just before the adjourn-
ment for the summer. Mrs. Ward.
a- an authority cn Shakespeare. will
4be leader ot thie reading and as her
Ideas are always practiral and inter-
esting the study of this classic will
be quite instructive. Throughout
the reading of this play all the ses-
sions will be held at the home of Mrs.
Ward at 119 Ninth street. The hour
of assembly has been changed to two-
thirty.


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Week Commencing Oct. 21st.

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Always a Good Show

Sometimes a Great Show
Change of Program Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
S

ADMISSION lOc and 20c.
Matinees Wed. and Sat.'3 p. m.


GOOD PICTURES.


At lie nr-xr steering MI's. Speyer,
and Mr Andersoun "ill conduct a
Mother's mueetiing and all mothers are
invited to attend an.l a spe'ially ur-
gent Invitation is extended to young
mothers in particular

WANTED Experiet.ced telephone
operator. Apply Miami Telephone
tCo., Twelfth -treet.

FOR SALE-One Cadillac touring
car, $6.iO0; one Ford touring car,
$3011; one Flanders runabout,
$70u: one Mit.shell runabout *$350:
one E MNT. F. touring car. almost
new, $1,1)00): one Stevenr Duyrea
roadster, $550. J. K Dorn Garage,
Ele'enth street.


Miami In Paragraph

Mr. C. WXV. Hill. a prominent grow-
er of the Gouldis district, is in Mi-
ami today greeting his many triendq
t S *
Mr. Jack Ruggles. a well knomn
resident or the Homestead district.
is a -zenial taller at the Miami places
oft bisineis to Jay.

NMT-s3rs. L .E. Roth and 0. XVW.
Haintin were visitors in Miami yes-
terday from Fort LauderdaJle. They
att'nled the ball game.

RACORSE OATS are the best oats.
Use then for your stotik's sake. D.
N. Carpenter.
*
Mr. J. K. Knighton. the popular
merchant of Naranja. is "in the city
today attending to matters of busi-
ness. He reports trade picl:ing up
considerably in the Redlands.
*? S
Mr. WV. R. Scott of Jacksonville.
general agent for tue Reliance Life
Insurance company or Pittsburg.
Pennsylvania. i ; in town for several
days. Mr. S.:ott is stopping at thre
Seminole Hotel.
*
John Orr. prominent contractor,
yesterday received a cablegram from
Scotland to the effect that his par-
ents were sailing today for Miami
where they expect to make their fu-
llt're home.
S *
A genial party composed of Messrs
Robt. J. Reed. Will J. Reed. J. B. At-
kinson came down from Dania yes-
terday on a combined business and
pleasure excursion taking in the big
game with the Athletics in the after-
noon.
S *
Mr. J. Y. Anthon, one of Miami's
prominent winter residents, has re-
turned to the Magic City after a
pleasant summer spent in Los Ange-
les. He Is delighted to be back
again, and does not think the Cali-
fornia city has anything on Miami
when it. comes to climate.
*
Dr. R. H. Henderson, one of Mi-
ami's pioneer practitioners and one
of the leading members of the medi-
cal profession, returned yesterday
from a visit of several months In the
central part of the state at Bartoa,
his old home, and other points. He
came from Lake Okeechobee via the
North canal, and found that route an
interesting one.

If you want a real treasurer vote
for Thos. G. Housi.r. He will glve
the county a square deal. Hie has
a platform and will win. Ad\
w* S
Mrs. R. L.l-Harper accompanied bv
her daughter. Miss Joaddie Harper.
arrived in Miami yesterday tfromn
Jacksonville. They will spend the
winter as the guests of Mrs. Harper'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Chaille.
on Seventh street. Miss Joaddie will
probably enter school and as a mem-i
her of the junior class, her former
classmates will welcome her return
to this city.
S S *
Mr. R. B. Anderson is the proud
owner of a "Kentucky Thorough-
bred," which Is not a prancing filly,
but a new model of the Ames car,
manufactured by the Ames company
of Owensboro, Ky. It Is one of the
quietest and smoothest running ma-
chines which has been shipped into
this town, and is equipped with the
latest type of Continental motor. Mr.
Anderson Is receiving many congrat-
ulations on his new possession.
S S S


+ N. A. T. CLUB TO +
+ REStUME MEETINGS. +
.i ....... +
4.* + *i+-i* + +
As the guests of Mrs. Frank Pep-
per on Avenue A. the members of the
Needle and Thiread club will hold
their first session on the afternoon
of the sixth of November. The N.
A. T. club, as it Is most popularly
known meets every Wednesday at the
home of some member and the mem-
bers spend the afternoon In delight-
ful chat over their seiwng.
Just before its adjournment for
the summer, the club was working on
the club pillow which is to be an
elegant affair. However, at the
meeting this week. no work will be
done as the whole time will be given
to organizing and the work for the
winter will be mapped out.
*
4' ++ +-+++ .i+9++4. '1. +, 4 4
. .4 .. . ,. . -... .-
t- MtRS. NELSON TO ATTEND +
+ STAIIKE CONVENTION +
*(. 4.
+*4.+ +++++*4++++* 1.
Mrs. Edwin Nelson, president of
the local Woman's Christian Temper-
ance Union and also president of the
Fifth district organization, will at-
tend the state convention of the un-
ions at Starke. which will be held
November 12 to 15 irulusive. Mrs.
Nelson wiill represent both the locals
union and tee district organization
as delegate.
Other business of the meeting,
which was held as usual at the II.
E church, south, yesterday, consist-
ed for the most part. in outlining a
program for the months to come, and
in hearing a report of the sh,,ool
pledging committee. Several hun-
dred names of children and young
people were affixed to tho purity,
anti-c:igarette and anti-beer pledge
The work will be carried by Mrs. W.
A. Wight and Mrs Alfred Andrus
into the Second street and Southside
recited temreralce poems e-hich were
ti, hools next week.
Mrs. E. I. Eaton and Mrs. Wight
a-,.i:|ted as ad'Jinc grTeatl.ly to rhe pro-
gram for the aster-m.,on.


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+ LADIES" AID SOCIETY. -+-
+ +
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Mrs W. D. Hughes entertained
th-' Souithaide Ladies' Aid -o, ily .of
the Firt Presbyterian .:hur':h at h rI
hiume on Brinkell ave-inuie ,terday
afternoon. The usual amount orc
sev. in g was aconipli- h,]ar I and muith
routine business was disposed of
For the next meeting. tue io,.ieiy oiil I
te entertained by Mr-. George F
Cook. on Bric-ell avenue.
Mrs. Hughes' guest; were: Mrs
P.lakpmore, Mrs. George M. Houston.
Mrs. D. W Whitman. Mrs Aiken.
Mrs. George F. Cook. Mrs. Edward
Simmon-. MNrs. Morgan E. .lonep.
Mrs. J. I. Conklin, Mrs. D. L
Hughes.
S .
The Dojugla. store is showvnig loi
of new things now.,

B. SUTTfON l. (. WOORE
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THE BALKAN STATES

Preeaatilvnm Are On a Gigantic
Scaole-Cost Will be Enormous if
W1ar Contwnue--Rusaia i s Pleased
WLth tLAte Situation--National Feel-
tig is Strong.

LONDON-Altihough at the mo-
went of citingg peace in the near
east ccaquestioriabt;, hangs in the bal-
ncne. yet there are not wanting signs
%1is -,. Q would ,E(re to point to the
likhihood that the beam viill ulti-
mately be tipptej in the direction of
peace and not war.
It is Hagehot who says somewhere
that thie state-man in opposition,
ft' and irrespo'.isihie. with little
or nothing dependent,t upon ii.3 isi-ws
beyond their effe'.t upon his tllow-
rs.' s, i a eiy ditffetreint man to the
same statesman in office, under the
shadow ot responsibility with the
ka, owledge that to speak in a certain
%Nay means, in nine *:as'-. out of ten.
a ,ommitnent to at in a certain
way. and that i1 false word or a false
act may involve, at any moment, an
irretrtevable mistake.
What is true of statesmen Is also
.aT true in principle of nations, and it
tis 3?en illutrat:d ilearly enough in
the Ba'kan state today. The Balkan
sttles in opposition as it were calling
loudly tor this, and ,till more loudly
for that. speaking big words and
taking brave threats, massing in the
streets of their capitals and tailing
loudly for war with Turke.t; the
Balkan stat--., in fact, parading a
liadlittonal amt.ition in an orthodo\
tiaditional way. is one thing, anJ
quite another thing to thi same
lH. -ttates taed hitn the actual material-
ization of their idea; and the nei.es-
ri sity imminent to make good their
du! pretentionr.
Mom Cost, Must Be Counted.
Then many things come into view
which tead to cool ardor and damp
^^m zeal, and as those who guide the des-
tinies of these virile, young-old peo-
ples, under the persuasion of more
than one "elder brother'., view.'" it
down to count the t.ost. to calc:ulate
cbhat war wAill ically mean to them,
1 to contemnplatP their ill-piodided
S treasuries a nd witness the closing of
r their markets; as they recognize that
een of they win the ae.ttlcemriit of
tile terms of peace S\ill not rest with
them, but with the "elder brother,"
things are at last seen hi their true
[ples' ctive, and take on a %er- dif-
lerent aspect. And so as the Balkan
i. s.tate. pulled up shaarply by the band
of the great powers acting in con, erL.
seriously 'began to weigh all this,
there tends to come over the fact ol
--.-- things that "improvement." that re,
la.xation of tension which is every-
where felt and acted upon. but which
a Scareaul review of the actual posi-
tion of affairs at no point seems to
Co. justify.
Five armies are mobilizing-over
l.000.Otu men are under arms and
ready to strike throughout the Bal-
Co. kan peninsula. "There is no cbhauge
in the situation," in thbe summing up
in every capital of Europe and yet
Sin some indetinabie nay" the situa-
tioo has changed. In Berlin there i.
an "improvement on the Bourse."
Rusian money market5, are 'firmer"
ani e\en from Vienna that city of
alternating financial "gehennas" or
eventenh heavens," there (oames the
o; vorJ that the bouize is depressed,
but no longer pani' stri.cke'f. There
aie, there seems little doubt of it,
posers at work it hb. are making for
.o. the preservation of lieae bilt those
1 bwho are best qualified to .peak on
the mattWeJ ayre inclined to say least.
It i-,. perhaps, more than lhl:eiy
that nothing iJl happen, bitit then
r a&ain an)Ling may happen.
Ppsi[ion Is Artiflcial.
S ii Trie trouble in thr Balkans i-, and
her al,,a',s has b-en. eser since the treat:,
f l aot' Berlin, that the po-ition created
by the treaty "as a purely artidcial
one, and today, notwithstanding its
many amendments niade in turn b.
almost all the signatorips to this
treaty in direct contrasentio-i of its
termna, the position which it nominal-
ly protects is still purely artificial
No attempt was made in the treaty
of Berlin to segragate nationalitles
within truly national bounnlarne, no
effort was really niade to inLelligent-
,at. No ly settle or pave the road to a future
settlement of the Ball:an question.
er grew. The Bet It congress-, like. indeed.
.". It's ever. other international conference
WVe nIHke of moaein times from Parta to Al-
1e figure geciras, was but a diptlontatic contest.
U know raviug for Its object the setting up
, to you. or such cafegusids, tomliromises and
"internal checks' in the Balkan
peninsula aa the mutual diitrue-t and
. jealousy of the pone is demiiuded.
and with little regard to the true
.... ,i Interests of'tho:e peoples most near-
Hafflig> ly cu'Ocernesd.
AfliUf As it has been well expressed, "the
a hole *.ongress was a prearranged
business, a transaction with a fore-
Cardsi gone conclusion, a dramatic pertorm-
ar ce carefully rehear-ed before in
|all it- details and mner-ly enacted
-ly a pageant on ih, Berlin r stae -
Russia Ti'iunilphed.
For Russia. 01 touisU it w-as a
diplomatic triumph. She regained
AveV C everything w\ lh.,_h st;- had bhon 'out-
telled to sa ri'tie at trie ilu'o ot
TT, Prop. the Crimean war. The. Black sea was
thrown itpen to her war vessel', and
its shores to her arsenals, and "the


Last trace of Climean humiliation
vas effaced in the restoration of trie
territory oX Beasauabia,'" bu.L aUs far
as the Balkan state- themselves are
concerned there IS not one of these
lMS tha1. ha&s notL hturled herself at in-
terva.l aaIGoat the im.pobsible pro-
visions of this treaty, and there are
Jier-asd few power5 in Euiope that have not,
at some time or other, openly con-
eap= travened it; terms
More than once there has been
pointed ouit the extra,.,rdinary growth
of the national spirit as a iAc-tor in
Snear eastern affairs, for although a
auperricial survey might seem to ar-
fVRER gue the direct, olopjt4,i. yet to those
wV.o look som80ewhat below the snr-
fac(e it is seen that the days of the


hegemony of any one power or ppw-
ers Is over, and everywhere the indi-
viduality of all rates is claiming re-
cognition.
National Feelhig Counts.
It Is this national spillt and as-
piration which is toda3 at orjre tte
underlying ,oause of all Balkan 'on-
rest and all Balkan prosperity; .\ct
it was ju.it tis actor that the Ber-
lin trtatyv left. 40pt out orf at(count.
Greek i'all to Greek ooier the iron-
tier, of" Mallcdnnia and Bulgar to
Bulgar, and Serb to Serb; and in
every village audi town thruout the
land emissarie5 of thee nidtions are
at work keeping aliv6 that spirit
of uniest v. hich again and again _ul-
minatles iU the outbreak of open
strife. YetL whilstl there is every-
thing to condemn in the action of
these "boards" and nothing to com-
mend, the recent, headlines in the
Paris Liberle, No Peace Without
Refoirm" stands firm wl',h all the
static power of a great truism.
Even though the voict of the
"rilder brother" Icltial. evPn though
the gre4t. 'jaxe of Balkan tumult
beat-, itself iu nain against the rock
of the European conetort, and surges
Tack again wi.bhin ilet condues with
a sullen roar of a balked prupose.
,er as it has been \iell expressed
"int-i -Vnticn on the part of the
power to prevent the war carries
with if the obligation to further ac-
liou."
All is not well with Macedonia.
No one pretends that it is and if Eu-
rope inter%-enes and meets th6 thr-ats
of the Balkan states to loo;e the dogs
of war with one united non possum-
us. she is bound to find the other and
more excellent way and to see that
those Nho promise to do so walk in
it. The situation is one of extreme
diffic ulty. Macedonia mudt be reform-
ed. thie Balkan states Ijase grie%-
antes that are just and must he
rigbhted, and yet the reformation
of Macedonia and the placation of
the- Balkan states muWt be wrought
out justly, itf 'com,-thing vorse is not
to intervene.
Turkey in Dil'k-u&ty.
Turk.-.'s position is one nr alino-t
tragic "dibi i.ult:,. itIt a lich all the
greaL Muharmmadan puovers of Eu-
rope, -iich as lFiante and England
are intimately con(ceined She stands
at the head of Islam, unnumtered
millions throughout the great belt
regard the Padishah on the shares of
the Boabphorui as the su-eriain of the
werld and lIterall h', b lie'.e that all
th- kings an.] princes of the world
are his va-ial-. News of '-rents
travels e>er faster and more accur-
ately eten to the remot,-st corner
orf the a.sert and any aberioti biow to
the dignity and authority ot the ca-
liph vouldj be tollov.ed by an ulh.av-
al in the Muhammedan ?rld out of
all il'up'aition to it.- Oi isinal .ausp.
and at the enJ of l -ii.;h uo man can
,e3: .
A few da3.s ago there (ame word
from Constantinople, the signifl>anUe
of whilh i., deep and lar-reaLh'ng,
that in every mosque throughout
Islam prayers were being offered
daily for Turkey. And so today, alike
in the remotest coiner of Muham-
madan India. as on tile plains of
Roumelia. thle devout so: of Islam,
as he turns himIeJf towari Mecca at
the call of the MUezzin, remembers
in his prayer to "the Compassionate,
the Merciful." his great Caliph, '"The
Shadow of Allah." whose flag still
floats on thre continents and four
seas. a-ho still rules Irom the Adriat-
ic to the Persian gult, from the Ma-
ritza to the Nile and for a horn pray-
ers aie still offered utip in 2u k1ing-
domis.
Future lq eiled.
He would be indeed a prophet
greatly daring who woulj ve-iture to
predi'., the march of evcntl in the
near east, c-'en for so hor't a lritrod
as the next 24 hours. Like the wan-
dc:rer in tile Ausitralian bush aft-er
many cxcliI iona, ii ho coma back
to the same place, in the near east
that lateL is the "valley of uno:Er-
taint... A .i.tlhiin mIa' happen. It
there ik. v ar it v. lll he the mniost iun-
nett..-St. \\ar that has been thought
for a eitu'r3. and if by much effort
ptace is preerved or eveu restored
luickl., after the -.truggl-' ha's at.-
tual .' begun, tit-ie v ill still lie be-
fore the nations of Europe the great
problem still unsliced. the great
monster of modern illioniacy. begot-
ten ot jealousy, uiitured in distrust
and rooted in a thousand dishlionors,
the Iear taItLern question
Every euai it becomes more cornm-
plicated. every ear d ,imine a.tiou
in the direction of definite settle-
ment .,eents to b,-come more fraught
with p Oi-sibilities which Eurupe dare
not contemplate, and .et eai.h year
l'r+ate is otnly iresel' d I. a grestlet
anil t-ver greater e'ffoItt.
Many years ago Lotd RAtseher, ':on-
,.luje,-t a famous spet-i h on an his-
tOtiiC o1' asiun with the words "'Edu-
cate' Educate' Educate'!" Blood and
iron v. ll not ..olie thle rinar eastern
qnuest:lon, hut there is something that
is mightier tliati tile ,word in the
destitiles, of naftons. anjd it is this
something, and all that vitaluzes and
actuatt-s It. a hit'h will ultimately
solve all que-tions, e\en the ques-
tion of the near east.
SOLDIER CaLLED IN ETTOS C('SE'
SALEM, Mas-..-Thoruas J. Codey
of L.nn. aptalin of t.otulany D.
eighth regiment. the droi nilitiamap
to testit' during the trial 01 Sitaor
"ion'.initti and tiruso. ou Thursjaa
t(:t-fitd under questioning from Dis-
rri'.t .Xtloxrnc-y At 'till that shots wer,-
nred at the militia direti ly after the
shooting of Rnoa Lopiszo the even-
icg of Jan 29. He further -tated
that the. militia did no l discharge
any weapons. although set eral of
them ece armed with revolvers and
guns He told how other shots
were tired at Union and Garden
streets.


NOTICE!
NOW THAT THE

Ideal Shoe MIn. Co.
Is In Full Ope'ratiqop
Rring your tired, aching feet
to us and have your shoes
made to Special Ord.er.
REPALBING DONE WHILE
YOU WAIT.
1010 AVE. fl


EEILAND DMTION. SMIE b


PADDOCK HOME FROM


NORTH SEES IN MIAIN


EMBRYO LOS ANGELES

Having accomplished a trip of
something like 5,I'.i) miles, closed
up his bubinebs, packed his goods aad
again arriver in Miami In a recodr
spate of time. Mr. Geo. A. Paddock,
of the new Miami realty [irm of Pad-
dock and Caddagan. i. again at his
post in the Miami Bank and Trust
building, ready to show everybody
and anybody Miami and Dade count.
real estate, and in his good humoor-
ed and convincing way to impress up-
on them the fact that the best In-
vestments on earth are to be ioup.4
rignt here.
The weather was rather chillly
most ot the time Mr. Paddock waO
north, and be found that the wind
whtitied tip Mll:tigan axenue with a
tendency to go through any number
of coat& and wraps while in dear old
Chl. He only spent two days there, j
however, and two more days in Kan-
sas City, Mo.. where he formerly hvL
ed. and which he says is the best
town on earth next to Miami. Mrs.
Paddo'k accompanied him south, andI
is already in love with the Magic
City.
"Yes, I am going to be a &fitAure
here now," said Mr. Paddock tbht
rnorning. "I have definitel.M decided
that Miami is the best town I know
ot 'n \\ tlch to do business, and am
pie foctily satisfied to settle here an4
get Into the game. Miami is going
to be a Los Angeles, arid r want to
t, here to see her do it."
Mr. Paddock %as agreeably sur-
prised to receive a call from one of
his good Kansas City friends. Mr.
Cbas. E. McRae. a member of a
piominent itirm of iurvc-yorb and e-
gineers. Mr. Paddptk understood
that his fiierid was'coming south this
winter, but did not know just the
date when he would get here. and
".as surprised that he had followed
him so looselyy Mr MI Rae will -'pend
several days in looking over NlMiami
,qnd icinity with ar eye to the ad-
*antages of locating here, though the
oasten'-ible purpose of his visit is to
size up the job of setting center
stakes in the sections on.ned by the
Florida Fruit Lands company, on
which proposition his firm is conteWi-
plating swut'mltUng a bid. Mr. McRae
has done considerable Florida work
before in the \icinity of Orlando.
J. J. HOLLY ADDS I.UNIVEIRSAL
WOODWORKER TO EQUIPMENT.
To better enable his workmen to I
do their tasks witb dispatch. Mr. J.
J. Holly, a prominent Miami con-
tiactor. has purchased *a universal
woodworker for their use, ahih In-
cludc-.-, a band sdw, rip saw, plane,
joiner, iniseler, moal iter. shaper, em-
ery wheel, and many other imple-
ments for the quick handling qf lum-
ber in framing or finishing buildings.
It has been tried out ol00 the Elksl
building whi'.h Is now& being parti-'
tioned off and finished, and It. has
proven a great time sa;ver. "The poW-1
er for its operation Is furnialahQd by
a two and one-half horse-power gaso-.
line engine.
TLE MJJNNEAPOLlb UOTEl
OPENED YI VESTERI.Y
lO1 SEASON.

The Minneapoli-', o,.-ted on Sev-
enth treet betwe%,n Avenues B ad
C, opened c-:terda3 witj its nqew
addition of a large house and in a
thoroughly rer-,Tvated and remn'deled
condition. It haa been closedd since
iast spring and during the summer
mauy inimproements have bqea mge.
It v.ill be maQaged this year, as be-
fore, by Mr J P Sawrelle.
OLD NE'.iSPAPEIS FOR 3ALE AT
THE METROPOLIS OFF-ICs.


The electors in every precinct in Dade County
entitled to vote on this office.
entitled to vote on this office.


ANNOUNCEMENT





Steamship "Morgan"


Van Steamship Company

The large and commodious passenger and freight steamer
"Morgan" will make weekly sailing between Miami and Jack-
senuville, leaving Jaksonaville. Saturday and Miami Tuesday of
each week. It will be necessary for shippers to conaigs their
freight to Jacksonville care Van Steamship Company, sad not
iaXwi. We will do the rest. We are especially prepared to
handle grapefruit, oraages, fruits and vegetables. Both, our
freight and passenger rates are low. Keep us in busineqg by
patronizing the line liberally, both freight and pasenjerT.
Car lot shipments can be con01ned direct to us and store
and delivery arranged. Thev Morgan" is equipped witl
wireless, and will a0ommoodate fifty first-class pawengrs.
'PHONE 44. .
R. BROWN, Agt., Miami, Fla.
J 0. ROGLAND, General Manager. '."
D. VAN WAGENEN, President.
39 Broadway, New York City.


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SAFE and SOUND

IS THE KIND OF AN INVESTMENT OFFlEED BY
THE LAWRENCE ESTATE

Nineteen blocks of lots already sold to our represent.
ative citizens and conservative business men, who hbv.
found this proposition the best one in Miami after a thor.
ough and careful investigation. .Govern yourself by. their
action and reap the benefits..


Only a Few Lawrence Avenue

Blocks Left at $6,000

Avenue S Blocks Now Offered at $5,000


One-fourth sash, balance in three equal payment
places you in position to resell and double your m.oeM
in a few days, L'



Tatus m. Real Estate &

Investment Compiy

214, TW3IPTK STREET PRON310I8I


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Passenger and Traasportatlon service to LAKE OKEECJ4OJE
FORT MYELRS and GULF POINTS ,


The only line making regular scheduled trips carrying pialtU a4&
nasaseners.


Boats leave Dock at Fort Landerdiale each Tuesday, at 0 A. 7,
Good accommodations for ladies, children and partiqq "
For re.ervatlons write to

CAPT. F, A. FORBES, Ft. Lauderdale
Tickets on sale at the Fort Lauderdale Herald office

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To the Voters of Daade County, Florida. I
I take tkiis method of announcing my-ael i as a candidate for Tr'l'eaburer of Dade Cou l.
to le voted for at the general election min No %ember, and solicit the vote of every elect's.
in Dadg County.
I have resided in Florida, for nineteen y eat'rs and my character and business qualm n
nations are well known to all. If selected by the people of Dade County to fill the important
office of Tre surer, 1 shall give same my personal attention and shall endeavor in every way
to fulinll a'd discharge the duties of said otfice. It elected I shall not use my position of
Treasurer for the puj'po0s ot favoring any bank by plaIing on deposit with them the funds
that may come into my hands but on the contrary shall place said funds in the ba4V which
will pay the largest amount of interest for the use tLherrif, which said interest shall be ap-
plied by me to t.he use and benefit of Dade County. If elected I shall always keepthe office
of the County Treasurer open during business hours and any one having budineui with the
County Treasurer will not be delayed on aceouut of my absence and on account of said
office being deosed.
I most respectfully solicit the support of my friends and the voters of Dade County
for said position.

THEOo. G. HOUSE
Candidate for County Treasurer


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VOTE FOR


MED R. KELLUM


For County Commissioner

Thlpd District


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RI DLTh IDMtON, 8EOTION


L The Sabbath and'(


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THE DUAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


SVoltaire said on one occasion,
"Thero Is no hope of destroying the
Chrisfian 'religion ao long as the
Christian Sabbath is acknow-ledged
and kept sacred by men as a sacred
day." The great Associate Justice
McLean, of the Supreme Court of
the United States said, "Where there
in nQ Christian Sabbath there is no
Christian morality; and without this
free institutions can not long be sus-
tained," writes Bishop W. A. ('hand-
ler in the Atlanta Journal.
Putting together these two testi-
monies-one for a foe of Christiani-
ty and the other from a friend of
Christianlty-we derive several Im-
portant inferences. ill Free Insti-
tutions c n not exist in the absense
of ChristC.',a morality i2) Chris-
tlau mora:.-y and christianity itself
wither away In the absence of Chris.
tlau Sabbath. 13,1 The maintenance
of the Christian Sabbath Is necessary
to the preservation of our free in-
istitutions.
That pure patriotic and great con-
stitutional lawyer, the lamented
Judge Randolph Tucker of Virginia.
reached the same concltsiions. He
said, "Abl! my friends, break d,.-own
the fence of Chrlstianit'.. and lib'-.r-
ty and law and cliIlization %ill r-Pr-
lish with It. I wish to teftif'- my be-
lief that the Institutional c stom of
our fathers In rememberiri the Sab-
bath-day to keep It holy, as the con-
servator of theIr Christian religion.
Is the fotnudation of our pnlitical
system, and the only hope of Ameri-
can freedom, progre-s. and glory."
- These things are true. and they
are most important No mnan except
one who has stood in the jaded. en-
slaved lands of Saibathl-es hearh-n-
dom. can appreciate fully the value
of our Christian Sabbath a- a moral
and political consei vator In pa-
gan lands there are not rotund those
moral virtues and prilical habits.
without which free intitltrions are
impossible; and if our land should
become Sabbathless and godless
i'and it will become godless if It
shall become Sabbathbless i our po-
litical system would soon topple
and fall.
The fathers of the republic un-
derstood this perfectly well. In the
darkest'period of the War of Inde-
pendence General Washington issued
a general order In which he said,
"That the troops may have an op-
portunity of attending rubble wor-
ship as well as to Take some rest
after the great fatigue they have
gone throug'b. the general In future
excuses them from fatigue duty on
Sunday, except as the shipryards, or
on special occasions. until further
orders......We ran havp little hope
of the blessing of Heaven upon our
arms, If we Insult it by our Impiety
and folly."
If such an order for the observ-
ance of the Sabbath by the army inI
time of war was wise and right, it


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--11moat pertlnetnly and forcibly, when
)ur Social System ,itsays:
ur Socal yste "Of this fact we are glad. Much
J of the business wvT,?h is done on
Sunday needs to be halted. \Ve are
Is not less wise that all the em- ot Puritanic: but we think it i,
ployes of the government should well that something halLs business
have the opportunity for rest and on Sundays' before we. rea.h the
worship on Sundays In time of Point when we have no Sunday. In
peace. Liberty and the Sabbath a central square of 'Quaker Plilla-
peace. Liberty and the Sabbath ^^ ^ ^ .^ ^
delphia" on a recent .Sunday we saw
stand or fall together. The congress five stores open for buiriness at mid-
of the United States Is. therefore day At lat threpo of them by no
greatly to be approterl for the law stretch of imagination could be
passed at Its last session with refer. classed as among those dealing In
ence to Sunday mails. The men who perishable necessities."
handle our mails have a right to It is not ne-essary for the welfare
their Sunday rest anan worstibip, and of the country that a fra.-tion of
there can be no just reason urged mammon 'worsahi-eris should niake
for denying it to them. the postal force of our cities hilp
ThIs wise act of congress Is no them run business seven da'. s in the
new and revolutionary measure; It week; but it Is highly nei es-ary that
is but returning to the practice our Sabbath he preserved
whichh was maintained from the A story In point ik. told of the re-
foundation of the government until publican contention In Chicago
the period of the iar beTween the when General .arielrd was rrolinat-
slates. Berore the war SundBy ed for the- presidency On Satitu'lay
mails were ieter thought of, and night man,,' slied to go ou w"ith
they were only tiol-eratei in days the trilloting after midin--htr. and
when the exig-nries ot adr sieemnied Ihey Pised Tuiidce H.-oanr. tlef chair-
to require them. Moreover. slne rhe% nian to Ignore th- Sabbiath, and lt
have Deen allowed, only a very the .:on'entl'.n proc rl Io tI-i.
small fraction or the rpople have urging Judge I Hoar reiiied. "Nr-.:r'-
evrr uesd them. By actual irvesti- This Is a -a rli, ar-kep.pine nation
-[..tin recently it ha' hben ,lemnn- and I tan not L,7-siilP o, er rhi o-
4'rited that in the great tomn iereial ventiOn orie in't ruti r f ftem If 1 *I%.
nielr'loolis of New York not oie- o', loci: On that Sabha1h L;:ti IlaI
hlf of one per pcnt of h- people e Gartipeld atr-nd.id c-rirch and head
r-oer call for their mall on Sunday. a s.i nir.n. At dnnr tl-- onver.a-
lLike conditions We F- iound to pre- tion turned on tie .;.ii:f-ritfiP of th
vail In C('hitago and S:i n Franilsco- country One alluided to Ihep d.radi-
comnmunitie ls in i I( li religious prin- lock in busin, si or,a tione.-1 to rie
c iples are- not supiliposed to be very delav of the convenlInn to mak,- a
scrtupulously ohbered nonilnaotin; anoth-r sprike of tLie
Furthermore, the rule had been In sauspen-, at Washlinct, n. .-whre- all
forpe for tao years In mont Amer- were waiting hreihl,..silv on, the re-
ican -Itief-s. before the law was pass- sult All 3 ex,.ipt General 1 ,ni l-I-11 .aill
ed by congress ant before certain soinethlng in the w] nf nrre,-.l'l-n
parties raised sli h a howl of pro- of the dirv; and v,hPn all "erp
test against it It wa fir-sr prounul- done hl- said \%--r, qiii-tlv. hit viery
gated by the ro,-ntmast.?r ceuoral; earneitiv to one siting b-side hin.
but now it is the law.v of the land "'YPs. thi- I l a da, of sii'I>-InsP. hut
and it Is a good law. It took two It Is also a da',. of pray.t-r I ha.,
years for some men to find out to more faith In the prayrs that will
what horrnile inronveplipnce" the en up frontm 'hri-ttian hearts today
country was nt-ing thbie,.ted. tl'.ian I havw in all the prltiteal tac-
it is no "thlie law It is a pure ties ., hih-h Aill prevail at this con-
white law of brotherly love towards ventlon"
the men in ihe postal sertire. No The arrest of business on the
special or emoraenrcv mall is held up Sabbath da- will he a di'tlnct bless-
by It. The law simply secures to ,lo- Ing even to those men who least dr-
cal I-jer carries and other postal sire It; and the re-'t from toll bhv
employes a week of six davs labor a god-send. If all th-se mpn in
and one day of rest. Who 'hall say the postal employes will be to i thm
they are not entitled to it' Where the postal service. upon whom Sun-
Is a man mean enough to wish to dav labor has been .arced at the de-
deny them this right simply In order nmnd of a small faction of eodle.?
to read letters on Sturday which men. were crowded together In .onr-
might Just as well. and better, be city. the nation wotld be alarmnie.-i
left unread until Monday"' at a city so Sabbathless: but since
Why should a fraction of the peo- they are dispersed throighottt the
pie-a -ery small and vulgar frar- whole land. we have no pronounc-d
tion-be allowed to rob these over- .nr,.'lctions of cons..in,'e upon the
worked imen of their Sabbath rest subject: tlipir dispersion hitsa oper-
and wprship with their families'" acted to the di lipatlon of our acru-
But some man will say. "This rile ples But oar sin Is not les.a-; because
halts business.' Be it so. It is time our scruples are small We have
our business were halted We are lw ronge'- the postal emploves, and we
running r. mamnionism at too mad have ishonore.d ourselve'
a rate anyway Let tis be thankful The public mind Is blallnning to
if it does halt hibsilness. To this show the drltprioratlon which aivas
point the Lutheran Observer speaks comes with the decay of the Sabbath.


PAGE 9.


REDLANDS, CAL', BEAUTIFUL CENTER

OF RICH FRUIT GROWING DISTRICT


Many of our people are excitable
and irritable and infiamatory. Never
resting. they are becoming the prey
of sensationalists and deniagogues
who play easily sipon their o0er-
wrought ner%-s Tihe pillincal hs-
teria ahich infe-:t- uian\ mitisi, is
the result of Sabbathlessne;s. L'alm-
ness and ,*onscientiouisies-E are im-
possible to men who live week after
week under an unceasing strain.
Capital is nervo,ilz and labor Is ner-
vous- both ex, txtable and irit rc
because neither takes the rest vwhir-li
God and nature, ha' e ordained ior
man
\We must return to the Sabbath-
ob6erving habits of our fathers, or
pretpae for socai ,liorder and pu-
litteal revolution
It Is no a-ds-cJ.nt tha tlhe map of
fatbath observane in in [he wcn id
cover, the aroa of -tabie and itre_
politl:al inslitii otonF. Our bliusir,.. s
men and o'r pinih ictK n-Ped to
scud,, thil question rmoe car-full'
than th-y. ha'. liithi,-ro ,tone The'
are sleepling oser industrial vol-Ia-
1n)-e.e and the-re arfi n-urotic agilta-
Ior: a l uadi in th> I;idi ra.-.d to iro-
yvoe.- and piott by any ereptiptons pos-
sIhle
L-t the people return t,) their
'hiirr h-s rand find re- to ilit ir S-r.ilI
f5 on fev. i-i-h x.t rtii-ent arid 'tr--t-
i as m.,nnionini
NOTICE.
In feie Circuit Courl of the Eleventh
.Judircial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Dade County.
The State of Florida,
vs
J. J. Hubel, T R. kos'ell, and L. E.
Pinder.
Under author, ritv and by %lrttie? of a.
I, it 1.n \ iP ,tiiL.[ i-8ii.Jl d itt off t e
tir.n iii C"tir of the i-.leventh .Judi-
Sat Citrci.it of Florida. in a case
thl-r in i'e-iurli,. uvh-rr-In the Stare
of FloridJa ; pNar, tif and J .j. Hubel,
T. R RII-i--I. 1ud1 L F PtEnd-r are
d'fendlanri an-d l 1ti iday of Ot tuber,
1116. final ]iirlitieti mae re-rniePtel-
awain-t ihb ,]ofndants, and. on to -
"rth la -if ,o t A. D 1906ir. e-, u-
tion wa- isiic-d. I hia'.e le idt on the
West -l.ilf of the Soutlti.ewst Quarter
of ;,.tion thir-iv-i e l t5 To1 u.hil.
htty-two i 2 i Soutin. and Range for-
tv-one i 41 h La.t: :,i.o tie .'ejthea'i
Tlii.rter of tne Soith- eFt iquarter of
the Siouithwest q.tirter of Section
tliirty-five, (-1. Township ift',.'-tao
(.S2 i, South, of Rance forty-one i 4t
east, as the- prolcri:' of I.. J Hubl,
and I will. on the first Monday in Non-
vember, the same being the 4th
day of rhe monrh, dining the local
ioiur- of -a!e sell at the soith dninor
nf thre Court Hioue in Miami. Fl,,r-
ida. to the hel'iest anil bect bidder
for i-ash. the ssld property
WItne's mv hand and seal this
first .lay of Ot tnnler. A D 192
DAN HARDIE.
Sheriff of DaIP Cotinty.
Meet your friends at Douglas'
where you can r-st and chat thing.
ove-r. You are welcome.


stireetls, parls of Lie gr.-.itesl iattIural
a.l 'arintae of sitUtatitaI hiavI i.- ',n so
e-n r i_ hi. 1 r b" iand,'. iiiv- aroieniint ,
rare lion er an1 -dlii ji'S, that o ine at.
in tone drive, isilt Snttl.- park, in
the ..enter of thie nity andl tili-en',e
hy a gradual a1-rnt go uto Canvnn
Sre-st auhich. be-ltie ',ehing raue ly
te-atit i ul, i tes a p-ano,'ami., ,ies 0 of
':nryn a id peak, as ,-itl as if thi,
oilf' vtiself. nestItrnL- anionig itr c'ann n
grove: ani other ortini-nial tri',-
A nowi' drive calle-d AIlsaaJrI t.il: ,
its way doan the face of th.-, sleep
canyon into the '.alle,. From Smi-
Ih-y He-ights to ProW',tii ,t tar ( are
esidnrne, of surh beauLty that one
nir'v.--li tiat so short a hiStoL;- can
.how :o fair an.- ri. n I a pr.,i(t
S.'l'an park waE op-,-il this 3iar.
and its nie ibiibli playground at-
tr. ts le cbhildren
Thre TI'nieri'ly of Redlands has
work- I a mdi -el of unfollment in
three y-jr- Tre ari:h rite-turiin of the
bitildinrig digrin l-ie.d b a;i ituliii. Is
shou n iaith pride to sr.inan.'rs. a io
rlnd in trie hugh school and the nev.
Poiyiprlini.,-, lloo0 the same spOns
of beauty and fitness. Good sprici


. ......... .1. 1.1. I -. -I. If. ... [ a- I. I. I ..IJ
inquiry. all ri- pertinent fa.'ts as to
r.uslnai- ajri c o.ati-n. Aoing witith
Iie di-i'i.,, o prroduct-'t uk rir to ill-is-
tr'ite th'-r- t,-i.I- is an acldreps to the
prosper tt,.i iiu-nl.i 'inaket.
ThIe _ulitii' il-tart ik one of the
r-atuliret of the ci'v The uiliihtng
is r,-narl!ahle In its briiuty and fit-
nri-C. \\ hein An tree" C j mrnpie wa:s
here his enorniutm of thn donor .f
thu lihbil y ',-as Mr Smilpy has
suirtassedl mv achic-e.'m-rrs in IJi-
brary i.,ililng. I atee what I-had
-lie borr- i tlhe nimroney to give
thiq" Such Ii'f for thlie goodl of
the cormunit'. Iaas f''iinid e\ires.-ion
in nmany a',.- li.-d.-- uTiere are
rmany chlirchet in the ciiv. Actlv'e
m-nihbe:.rship ani t-ag,-r _'ffnrti to ex-
.nd 1'ii1i Ini r '- otrk .-bLara. .l: .. -lei rp
their se'.i-.ii organizations Red-
lands ha' two daily newspapers, the
Review and Facts. Although Los
Angeles i only 62 mile- from this
inland pila. e. inie-r,--t and 'ircitla-
ilon are niainrairn-d Y. a thoro,.igli
appreciation lihcal affa'.ilrs. A-pub-
Itlihing (onirsi y e'liii 'uld, with the
latest tiling in printing presses be-
gins next month the publication of


BURDENS LINED


, . f ., r tonios 01 SIpanish architecture adorrn
Products of Irrigated Lands Furnish ofSani architecture adorn
ih,- Oity. aisn man\ types of the bun.
Large Ilndustry--City's Att-a.- galow. ''.1lifornta s dlitinrtive type
t1 I I I II"
lion-. Brings Malny i %itor'. Seen- Tbe II[-,I school system is fine.
ery 1('hnris. A Awoan s *lub, the Contempnr.orary,
*r ' i-- horlt'-, ill a .apaclous building.
--- ThI- Spinet,. a musIcal organization
of it 11r iniiir-ntl-rs, git lo the city
Redilands. Cal.-Above the let\,l rar, nturt,'ai i-.nrertainm'nt in clham-
of ti,. i-Fa 1 ft t. aiirroiulnded lv l."- r ron-erts and three sp-. lal events
nitiiimithtin .i-,.itiiti! in ,olor ai-id va- eaI h .,ear The ',.tintry Clibt has an
rict, ..-'ll.trids..zin ,u Iba aotlt.-in aollr.:-. euthuJsia':ii,.- nipmbeiship and
C3a;tor, ila it >liC.it., utriiidlng ujEaw a frne ,Jomanin 'itb x-'.ell lent gol
bea.it and .all ai-,:tii-ne.s Th, it i, ijris Tire i.itre1-rsity t'linh. on Ca-
ye-arl' a'o ti5i ,t-aiitirul .A.'llh v Jii Etre.-r i. houis-d in a building of
a-'id red lani- tct h ha. -rin_- |i u'.'- n .larilii outlin-'-. Tre Y. M. C A..
[et p-i tll r oil for iurail.-.-s inl uthi- ii iih.- lih-art ot the city. shelter, In
r-. frotIli i rripg.ti.,n in thi li.,ii itr rii llini a b-Llin-ss ilieg that
ttite hts broiiupr-i i itIi. lai .-.r ai i 1 t'ii ti'.r i..lt o iur e m-n and woni-
ii a'--i -ri-a 1t1i i,,. tL_ iu 1. itfIn i.ll (i-i -4 iii-ip,-, for tmie world's 'work.
,.,nrin it I ;ral.,iii .t; 1Ion.. ou1,r-- T"i-h VV.' C A has within itils year
p apr, .1-, ft- ii--. ini.ntil-. i-.l ni ed liti- l.igoil' i qi.irtei 9 Tourists
jbiitit.l.'iitl;> Fruir rt r he -b iJ ti] hrniJ fi ilR- andi; prr-hred for their
b 1 iiwi- r. t'' i li- t ii l ,jl i i rIi'r? oltiir in I rli e atiro'i' !. e hotel.
I'd, ktig houitt s rcr,-.,i ," it iolr 'll ,- I, oa riding Iho-iies and biungalows til-
pinmg .> eniil|pi)d and in flats for light
l-For a ninmher of" .jrs ths i3,la,:- hotlSCl. irinr. Here aitutn-irohiles
has bet-en i.noarn for tiI.- i4lait3 ,if 1-'i are ,11 ia,, i r.t e In larger n'iinlb.-r in
iTi mate Lilrtiipg thi- 'a1rt 11 ,.ear' a rr,,p.rl- i'lonI to- the population than In
re-i'rd of dat -- lu. a t lIc n kepit. ',o anry ot,,, r [lir-e In the 'te r te. [iriv-
ing fin a't orig of .'i t; lair .latn I--a ,:li hn and hi-,i-ir'-hack riding attract
',-au' Tlhe niglit. are atla'..i oo ) 'h.- tranai.-ut hiome maker. "A shot-
Esnl,-nr-s of c .llrijure ,ri".' n 'e. ry .less to i is tI.3 'loan. n'
hand iillecatint the ,h:ir?,> i-,I of thlie Coininneri e Building Netr.
pt-orple r-side-.t h..r "i th,'. sl're-tis TIT.- Citiiimber of Commerce has re-
are kep lit ,-iiir'ut.i3 ,.Iar, aind ill ni urtl.- ,, 't-,,, ito It. net abod,-
s.urtfa-e. Tt.-t' are r.-liJ ro.i on ulith- -, ge ofar,. hlre, rure on the pr cl-
el" 6gent. f at' irriteir turinonlthepistad-
er sld-. h, -,cr ri-t ,rr, al tr.-a tn i, 'l' ',a[ -.1, r r rrespon iriv to the net
i-,autilul flore-r efte, is htF,'-.- ,-,:, i,,r, ,,tf t.e s.- it e. ie railroad. The
b.,'.--.- miii c-e Bgr-eC til e:, in t' ail, r ,,f C.'mn 1.r, lhas in It..
the e-ati ly saijmtni r a'n, l-In-ril. nu-lu ,of ability and till-
P'arks .Ire Fine. tirint n.--i]y\ y br-e3 lihte at thr-ir
tn nad ilinon to rt h- h -iir, thie cot ninian.i ndlt ". \ llatl.,1 ,-r ail l i-s


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mTHE 1913 MiMS





LoCALDEAFIWt0 HO WLLREPRESENT Tfi MIO- MI I[fiCOMNG YER


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The Power, St
the Maxwell tl
price, it is

The
- Four Models--
Mercury, and t

MAX


C. H. PEE


E MAXWELL

yle and Price have determined the status of
his year as well as in previous ones. At the


e Undisputed Leader
Maxwell Messenger, Maxwell Mascot, Maxwell
the famous long distance

(WELL "36" TOURING CAR


ZRY, Miami Representative


THE STUDEBAKER I The NEW HUDSON "37"


THE STUDEBAKER-FLANDERS "20"
THE STUDEBAKER-E. M. F. "30"

The car that is always abreast of the season,-and the car
that is ready for you NOW. The Studebaker car always em-
bodies the latest improvements and refinements in car building.
THE FLANDERS MOTORCYCLE



The Dorn Garage
llth Street, between Avenues B and C.


Electric Self-Cranking
Electric Lights, Nickle Trimmings
Twelve-inch Upholstering
Fully equipped with Windshield, Top, Speed-
ometer, Clock, Etc. I
Price, $1875.00



W. E. SHACKELFORD


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THE NYBERG I The Haynes


---- $1,750
- - $2,000
- - $1,450
- -- $1,285


Phones 359 and 4119

KIRBY T. CARTER, Agent

AT THE AMERICAN GARAGE


MODEL 20, 5-PASSENGER TOURING CAR.
MODEL 20, SUBURBAN.
MODEL 20, GENTLEMAN'S ROADSTER.


The Hupmobile
The most serviceable car for the price on the
market. See the new long stroke motor.



The Dorn Garage
11th Street, between Avenues B and C.


THE CHALMERS
5 PASSENGER "30" FOR ...........................$1500-
5-PASSENGER "36" FOR .......................... $1859


BUICK


THE


5-PASSENGER "31" FOR .......................... $1050
5-PASSENGER "36" FOR .......................... $1325



The NMiami Garage
ELEVENTH STREET


Harley-Davidson

and The Indian


Motorcycles

Always have been the leaders
in Motorcycles and will
continue go for 1913


J. W. harper, Agt.

1012 Avenue D


EXCELSIOR

Motorcycles




Far better than ever. Six
models from $175 to $250. Ex-
celsior riders are our best ad-
vertisers. Prompt deliveries.
See us.

Palmquist Bros.
907 AVENUE D. -
"Searchliglit" Gaiis Light, Agency


I______________ I N I


THE FORD

is the most popular, low-priced car in the world, because it
is the BEST.
THE 1913 MODELS
will be along the same substantial and simple lines as those
of previous years. Orders taken now.
$675 FOR ROADSTER AND RUNABOUT
$775 FOR 5 PASSENGER TOURING CAR.


S. P. HEYSER, Agent

BI1SCAYNIE GARAGE


The "The Car With a

O&J&nd'd Conscience"

It is a well balanced motor car, one designed
to meet all the requirements of modern
travel. It gives satisfaction. :: :: ::
MODEL 33 RUNABOUT ........................... $1,365
MODEL 30 FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR ..... $1,425
MODEL 40 FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CAR ..... $1,645

J. M. Green & Son
FOURTH AND AVENUE C, MIAMI, FLA.
Agents for
Dade, Palm Beach, St. Lucie and Monroe Counties.


TIHE CADILLAC




Electric Lighted
AND

Electric Starting




WVV. WVV. CHARLES, Sales Agent


POPE MOTORCYCLES


$175
Come and see the Pope-or send
us a card and we will demon-
strate the machine at your
home or place of business.

Dilts & Jelliffe
234 SIXTH ST.,. MIAMI.
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From Miami Backs---Relief Proved
By Lapse of Time.
Backac'be is a heavy burden;:
Nervousuess, dizziness, headache.
Rhhumatit rain; urinary ills;
All wear one out.
itten effe,:ts of kidney weakness.
No u-e to cure the symptoms,
Relief is but temporary If the
cause remains.
If it's the kidneys, cure the cause.
Doan's Kidney Pills are for kid-
ney ills.
Here's trhe proof of their merit
from thi vicinlity.
John E. Marshall. lawyer, 225 N.
FIfth street,'Patatka. Fla.. says: "r
haie no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
can rec.aptnend them just as highly
as I did i-n May, 191S. The relief
they gave me from kidney trouble
hasheen permanenL" -
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents Foster-Mllburn Co Buffalo,
New York sole agents fog the United
States.
Remerber the name-Doan's and
tlake no other.
NOTICE.

We. the undersigned, hereby give
nottic.ejat we will. on the 5th day of
Nointber, A. D. 1912: at 10 o'clock,
A M.. aliply to the Honorable L. W.
iltthel for a charte.-r for the Ever-
gladJ S.,'e;al Club. a corporation not
I..,r I.roflt. The at-ara, ter of the club
i_ '1 fraternal and sotia1 organlza-
tor,. andI It, object is to promote so-
Oial intercourse among .is members,
and for haritahle purposes.
N. C. pIKE
R .G. CREWS
CLAY DeBERRY
DENHAM COXETTER
W. Q. BRYAN
WHY
Should yon vote fir T. G. Houser for
'ojr next county treasurer?
First, because you want to be on'
the r' inning side;
Second. because you want a man-
of good, sound business ability, one
w.ho by his own siu cess has proved
rtl,, ahillry to manage the affairs of
tii.- count'V.
The iAsJe is not. how much or how
little a candidate may have but who
will make the best treasurer. AJv.

a minthl: magazine devoted to the
interests of Redlands. To sum up,
'edlandl ; ha beauty, character andi
charm, and withal is given to hos-
pitality.


I


6 Cylinder, 45 H. P.
6 Cylinder, 60 H. P.
4 Cylinder, 40 H. P.
4 Cylinder, 37 H. P.


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PAGE 10.


For Sheriff


SDAN HARDIE




Remember Mr. Hardie was nom-

inated and every man who took

part in the primary is duty bound

to vote for him. He has a Socialist

opponent.



Democratic Executive Committee.


For


County Commissioner

Second District



J. G. TRUETT



Mr. Truett is the Democratic nom-

inee and has a Socialist "opponent.

Be sure and vote for Mr. Truett.



Democratic Executive Committee.





For

County Commissioner

Fifth District


W. J. TWEEDELL



Remember that every man who

e*k part in the primary is obligat-

I vote for-Mr. Tweedell. He has

an independent opponent.



Democratic Executive Committee.





For


Member of Legislature



GEO. A. WORLEY





Remember to vote for Mr. Worley.

He has opposition by a Socialist.





Democratic Executive Committee.


OUR OBSERVATIONS
LAST YEAR: Drivers were allowed to sell ice from wag
ons for cash. Coupon books were not in general use. Result:
Customers short-weighed-a premium put on dishonesty-driv
ers pocketed the money-some of them-complaints to tad
office continual.
THIS YEAR: General use of coupon books-no ice sol.1
from wagons-no inducement to drivers to be dishonest. Re
suit: Good weight-better service-drivers getting better par
-very few complaints.
Of course there are some people who are "chronic kick
ers"-who can't help it. We try even to please this class.
We want to please everybody.
A winter visitor here writes us from Los Angeles, Cali-
fornia, as follows:
"The companies here do not sell a nickel's worth of ice--
nothing less than a dime's worth which should weigh 20 Ib.
but which averages delivered apartments 16 lbs. Ice is thb
only thing I buy in Miami that is cheaper there than in Los
Angeles."


Florida East Coast Ice Co.
Manufacturers of PURE DISTILLED WATER ICE
Miami, Florida


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2,_1912. ___________________RDLANDEDITION,


SOCIAL NEWS IN MIAMI


COMING SOCIAL EVENTS
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I'lMilnthea Class, So. Meth.
The 'hjilatli ('las of tilhe Metho-
dist Epi-corial church. South,. will
Hier-t S'unda- nivring at 4I.
O'L.I ,,k at the (li t h. It Is urg.-d
that nil of the members attend.
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Trinity Choir Practice.
The ,:hoir o thp Tinit y church
meets on Thitsday e\t'ing. at 7:3'0
for their regular ne-kly rehearsal.
All of the members are requested to
be present.
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Baptist Pravei nieetiig.
Pra.\-rrn.- .tng i. l ii, il -very Wed-
ntic dyr7 <-\%erinz at 7.i.i0 o ,lock at the
First Baptrist -hiiit.:h. A -or.lial in-
vitation i; ext-ended to all to attend
these mee-tingi_.
Woudmnn's Cirt Ie.
The Royal Palm Grove of the
Woodrniar's Cirle niteets eetiy Tues-
day evenine at 7.'n lo'cIlot k In the
new hail ot the W'odmen on Avenue
D, corner ot Sixth street.
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Baraca and Plilathen Classes.
The Barar-a aind Philathea las-:es
of t1hn; First iiit ,t litir.h will meet
,n Sunday minltilig at 4:45 at the
S lir. i-h for their r.-etilar weekly meet-
ings.
S
King's Danghlers.
The Kilrng s Daicibters' clas of the
Pr,'s.hvterian hi lirri will mer-et every
io,-nd Fridavy in the tuonth at the
hore of Sufni: ,..nf memb,.-r for a buis-
[ne.; session. followed hb a social
hour. On tip fourth Friday of the
riionth the '-is:- ill hold a work
meetirig at the cihur,:h.
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Baraca and Philathen Clas.-es.
The, Barapa arid Plhilatbea clauses
ofI the First Methodist chuiirch meet
i,-.ttiv Su n d a y morning at 9:454
nc tiock in the class room of the
,hiirclh. A grinod atteudan,.e is requit'--r-
ed .and all who are intere,-ted will be
cordially welcume
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Baptiat Young People's Union.
The Baptist Young People's 'ni,-n
%ii ilneet .undia. evenin- at :0to
i ll i,' .apti-t rhur. -. A vie-awake
meeting with cood rsinging and live
tor, s for dis,.u-s.'n lei h,' t1hr- 3o0ing
people is pronged and a gen-eral in-
vitatiorn is ext-ndeil to all their
friends to enjoy it with them.
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SSenior Epworth Lean1e.
The Senior Epworth League of the
Methodist. Episcopal church, South.
will meet propthv at t6.45, Sunday
evening at the church.
4
Woman's Loyal Woose Circle.
The %'oniau's Loyal Moose Circle
number 22, an auxiliary io the Loyal
Order of the Moose, meets every sec-
ond arid fourth Thursday evening of
the month. The meetings are held
in the Mo-ose hall over Hooks and
Hugheq store.

W. C. T. U.
Weekly nimeetings ot the Woman's
Christian T-nmperanco Union have
been rPsuLmed anid every Friday after-
noon hlb,:- ocifty mi-ets at the Metho-
dilt church, south, for regular sea-
slon.
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Baptist. Ladlies' Aid.
The Ladies Aid society of the First
Baptist church will meet in regular
q sgioit ever. Friday afternoon for
the a inter months. The pastorate
is announced as the place o' assem-
bly and the members will begin
work on fancy work and other sew-
ing.


Subscribe Ror MetroolisS PHONARMACY

Subscribe for Metropolis "I POI O


Prayer Meeting.
Prayer meeting I? held every Wed-
ri-?,lay at 7 3v. p m. at. the Metho-
dist church, south, corner of Eight
;tre-t an.d Avenue C.
Blaiaca Class.
The LBaraca ..last of the Southern
M-lhoJdi-t church will hold their reg-
ilar w-eei:ly meeting Sunday morning
at 9:45 o'clock at the church. All
thb members are requested to attend.
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Baptist Bara-na Class.
Every Tuesday night at seven-thirty.
the Baraca class of the Baptist
church meets at the church to study
the books of the Bible. under the di-
rection of Mrs. McDonald.
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Senior Christian Endeavor.
Senior Christian Endeavoi of the
Presbyterian church ru-meets every
Sunday evening at 6-30 o'clock at
the church.
4,
Library Open Every Day.
The Library of the Womian's Club
will be open every da. until further
notice. from two to Give o'clock, at
the Fair building.
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Senior Epworlh League.
Senior Epworth League of the
Flirt M'thiodi-t :hliurcli meet every
Silijlay -%'ening in the League rooms
of the( church
a S
tMi';sionary Council.
On the first and second Monday
atle'noons in ev-'-i month the Mis-
siouarv Countil of the Methodist
Episcopal Lhurch, South, meets at.
four o'clock.
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Iaighters of Rebekah.
Palm Rehel:ah Ladge No. 27 meets
on the first and third Thursday of
the month In the Moose Hall.
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Slapti-t Mission Sunday School.
The Baptist Mission Sunday school
meets etery Sunday ,vl'ternoun aL
2:31. In the building at the corner
of Palm avenue and Flagler street. At
?0 there %ill be preaching service
and on Thursduy nights a prayer
imer-ting is held beginning at 7:30)
o'clock. The public is cordially in-
yited.
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Educational Society.
The Socialist Educational society
meets every Sunday afternoon at 2
o'.:lock in the new teulral school au-
ditorium. Everybody Is made wel-
come.
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Pastor's Bible Class.
The Wednesday evening Bible
study class and prayer-meeting Is
held every week at the Presbyterian
church. It is conducted by the pas-
tor, Dr. W. W. Faris, and opens at
seven-thirty o'clock.
0
American Woman's League.
On Monday afternoon the Amer-
ican Woman's League will meet
In regular session at the home
of Mrs. L. A. Osborne. Mn Seventh
street. Study course- in parliamen-
tary law have been sent for and will
no doubt arrIve before the date set
for the next meeting The members
aire anxiotts to gplt to work on the
*oruss- and will be assisted in the
study by Mrs. Coats who has had ex-
perience along this line.
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Central Branch Ladles Aid.
The Central Branch Ladies Aid so-
clety of the First Presbyr-erlan church
meets In regular sesslon every Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Manse at
three o'clock.
V. P. S. C.E. --
The Y. P. S. C E. of the First
Christian church will meet Sunday
evening at s6j-thirty o'clock. Mr.
Edv. ard Nichols will be tho leader
and a hearty Invitation is extended
to everybody.
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Gf-t you an Automobile Blanket at
Doiuglas'. They are so.ell and com-
', ortable.

mMr'-. Maxwell Hostess Bridge.
On Tue-day afternoon the Bridge
,lub will rEsume Its game for the
.',,ciai eason The club wIll be en-
rriained as the guests of Mrs. Rirh-
;rd Maxwall at her home in Fort
SLiallas Park. The Bridge club is one
i.f tihr most promnlinent riorial clubs
,f the city and its members are ex-
pert players of the game.
liadies Day nt FikF.
All ladies of the Elks are romind-
eil of tie nii-etinig rto be held on the
i-seuth of Nov,'mher at the Elks3
hall A full attendan,- i, requested
is ,lans for the winter will be made.

\eedle and Thread Clnh.
Mrs Frank Ppprer aill be hos-
ts, of tll- Nc-edle anj Thread club
,'th h 1 wviil mtui-t for the first session
,-,. th a i, nuter. Wr-dri~enlav afternoon,
':t hrir h--me- on Avenue A.

At Home for Miss Pose'.
Tliir'.ada- eti.niri from eight untll
c-n. Mrs T. E Lill',' vlil entertain
"ith an "At HIome" for her sister,
Mis M.ihrl F'riy. ho is vslitihg
Il-r trrni Kentit,: i'v and who will re-
main all winter in Miami with her
tarnt-.r as tnie giept of Mr. and Mrs
i l.illy at their home In Bayside Park.
^|rs. Wn'l'( Ho-tess..
i, "lh+ Booklhvers' club will meet
{,, it. 'Ir. C'. H. W ard, Friday after-
tnr'n toi thl- weekly study class.
in.t, Joohn will be read an., Mrs.
.t\.-ird ha bh",n ho.sen a the director
..t' rl,,> *'tlldy'.
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OL.D NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE
VI lII-,TR)I'LII OFFICE.


IOne lady .aid" "I didn't Pee anw
pnrctlir rWilinery in Nea York that
rh-:, cave at Douglas' for the sam(
i n ig '.'"
OLD N1'WSPAPEIB FOR SALr
AT THE METROPOLIS OFFICE.


VOTERS URGED



TO BE CAREFUL



AT THE POLLS

Names of All Candidates Placed

in One Column on Ballot and

Democrats Must Be Wary

Unless democratic voters are
aroused and instructed relative to
the personnel of the candidates whose
names kIll appear on the official bal-
lot at the November election, Floi-
da may elect republican or progres-
sIve or prohibitrinlst or socialist
presidential el-ct-,rs aud divide up
her other ipolit, al lih:nors amoug the
five araiiis in tie field.
Thliere are thirty candidates for
presidential electors anJ their names
on the tibalot %ill be arranged-ac-
coiding to law-In al.!iaubetlical or-
dler. The-re will be no means by
h lil r the vuttt-g ay tell t.:, Vhat
prresidJutial canilidite, tlie m uan _ui
tuhe iiallot is pledgeJ, u ries i e lia*
the knowledge b-tore goiiig to the
Ipoll s.
The Metropolis publishes tnday a
NMst of the ranJidates for presiilen-
tial electors and for the state and
ieletral oifflices. belonging to Florida,
with an I X.i mark before each demo-
crat on the list.
Democratic voters are urged to
learn these names and be prepared
to make no blunders, when they
mark their ballots.
For Presidential Electors.
I Vote for Six).
C. C. ALLEN.
E. l. BAKER.
PHILIP D BALL.
J D. BOYDSTON.
X JEFFERSON B. BROWNE.
JOSEPH. W. CARSON.
G W. COX.
X J. FRED DE BERRY.
J. A. GRAY
W. L. CORYELL.
X LELAND J. HENDERSON
A G. HOTCHKISS.
X CHARLES E. JONES
X WILLIAM C JONES.
LYNN KILBO.iRNE.
J. E. MERRELL.
T. T. MUNROE.
ALBERT OBERDORSER.
G. B. PATTERSON.
JOSEPH H. FRISK.
GEORGE B. RICHIE.
WILLIAM I. RICHARDSON.
S. XVW. ROWLEY.
MILTON A. SMITH.
X H. C. SPARKMAN.
J. A. TROVILLION.
WILLIAM TOLURNAGE.
E. N. WALDRON.
I. E. WEBSTER.
GEORGE C. WENTWORTH.
FOR GOVERNOR.
(Vote for One.)
J. W. BINGHAM.
THOMAS. W. COX.
WM. C. HODGES.
WM. R. O'NEAL.
X PARK TRAMMELL.

For Secretary of State.
(Vote for One.)
Z. T. BIELBY.
X H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
LEWIS OTTO.
FRED LINCOLN PATTISON.
For Attorney General.
(Vote for One.)
HENRY W. BISHOP.
M. G. GIBBONS.
ABNER D. MILLER.
X THOSE. F. WEST.
For Comptroller.
(Vote for One.)
ROBERT A. ALFORD.
GEO. C. CROM.
DAVID L. [IlUNHAM.
X W,. V. KNOTT.
For State Treasurer.
(Vote for One )
KARL KARTNER.
X J. C. LINING
TD. L. SKIPPER.
I. E. WEBSTER.
For Superintendent Public Instruc-
tion.
(Vote for One )
W. C. EDWARDS.
F. D. MILLER.
X W N. SHEATS
JOHN C. STOWERS.
For Comniissioner of A.griulture.
(Vote for One.)
X W. A. M RAE.
A. J. PETTIGREW.
BOWEN SHEPPARD.
W. L. VAN DIIZER.
For Justice of the Supreme Court.
lVote for One.)
E. P AXTELL.
F C. CITBBERLY.
GEO. M'A. MILLER.
X J. B WVtITFIELD.
For Railroad Commissioner.
i oti- li.r One- l
FELIPE CARRONNEIL.
X ROYAL C i)'N.
C. E PLE.\.
C. I-" SCHNEIDER.
For Conngres at Large.
i V, te f.''r One i


rGE. \'V. ALLEN
FRANCIS P COFFIN.
EIDWArtrI R 'INLN ,.
A. N. JACKSON
,. F.. F'PiER
X CLAUDE L'ENGLE.
Y For Congresmasn, Secr-ondI Congres
e slonal District.
,Vot'- fnr Oue I
X FRANK CLARK.
J. .T. COLLINS
JOHN W. HOWELL.


SECTION L


PROFESSIONAL CARDS W


Hobart Crabtree C. H. Zoll
CRABTREE &ZOLL
Civil Engineers
1nd Surveyors
Room 3 Sewell Building
Miami, Florida

AUGUST GEIGER
Architect
Room 6, Townley Bidg.
Phone 359.

H. H. MUNDY
A-.CH ITECT.
Skaggs-EncL. Bldg.. 12th St.
Telephone '270-A

DR. A. L. EVANS
DR. JANE L. EVANS
Graduates orf the American School of
Oiteopatby, Kirksville, Mo.
Office: Tatum Building
212%' Twelfth St., Phone 130
Residence 800 Ave., B, Phone 88-B
Hours: 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.

DR. A. M. JACKSON
DENTIST
Telelione 378-B.
Pugh Bunilding, 1111 1 Avenue 0
3MIA.IU, FLA.

E. D. SNELL
DENTIST
Graduate of thA Dental Deartment of
Ohlo Univerity
Roomrs orer Watso,'s Store, Corner
Avenue I) and 15th St.
Office Hours: 8 to 12 and I to 5.

DR. CHARLES A. HOPKINS
DENTIST
Suite 18, 19, 20 and 2'. the Bis-
cayne Bank BuUdlng
Entrance both 12th St. and Ave. D
Phone 296
Hours: 8 to 12 and 1 to 5
White Practice Only.

DR. CLINKENBEARD
Dentist
806'4a Twelfth Street
SEWELL BLDG.
Office Hours:
8 to 12 a. m.; 1 to 5 p. nm.

W. R. ASHE.
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Speclflcations
211 Second Street MiamLi Fla.



Will A. Otter

General Contractor
and Builder
Of Frame and Concrete Work
Large and Small Contracts.
114 2nd Street MIAMI, FLA.


J. W. PINDER
General Contractor and Builder
in Wood, Concrete and Stone
Office 303 Ave. C.


Miami,


- Florida


CORRECT TIME
Hate re.. -iL'd a
Neit ('hronomleter'
Stop at Callat'o Jewelry Store on
Atvnc D. and have your
aatch reguTated by
E. A. MOLKENTI.FE. Jeweler.



Sawyer & Sawyer
General Contractors
and Builders
P. 0. Box 50ui MIAMI, FLA.
Office 1213 Ave. C
A. B. Sawyer c. V. Sawyer



Frank E. DeMoN4tt
will build your
SIDEWALK
Better aid cheaper than anyone else
in Miami nnd guarantee it not to
crack. :: :: Shop 311 Sixth St.


A. E. HEYSER *
ATTORNEY-AT-IAW
Opposite Court House
Second Floor. Trust ButId"n|
MIAMI, FLORIDA.

GEORGE M. ROBINS
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
AT LAW.
Will Practice In All Courts---Stat
and Federal.
TITUSVILLE,. FLORIDA.

ROTHAR & CO.
SANITARY PLUMBING.
Steam. Hot Water and Gas FittiNg.
329 11th street, Miami, ,FI.
All work promptly attended to
Estimates cheerfully given
on all work.
Call and get a weather indicator
card.
Phone 4043-A.

H. PIERRE BRANNInG
Attorney and Counsellor
Will Practice In State and FedWl
Courts.
Office: Room 1 and 2 FrimeU Bld4.
Attorney for American Surety
Company, New York.
fIAMI, FLORIDA

FREDERIC H. RAND, JR.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor Ii
Chancery.
United States Commissioner.
Rooms 1, 3 and 5. Hatchett Bldg,
MIAMI, FLORIDA.

D. S. BRYAN
ATTORNEY.AT-.LAW

Boom 8, Hatchett BuIldlua
Miami, Florida



Walter C. DeGarmo

ARCHITECT
223 Twelfth St. Phone 97



EXPERT STENOGRAPHER
Court Reporting and Depositions
Taken
Room 13 Telephone 126
Biscayne Bank Building


J. W. Ewan
United States Oom uiisaia s "
Deputy. Clerk__
IJNITtIyI STATES COURII
HOMESTEAD ENTREE,
FINAL PROOFS
NATURALIZATION
Lands Information and ConemycMlu
Office
McCrlmmon Lumber Co.BIdf
Avenue D, Near Bridge





John W King



Cvila mnd Mechanical Engineer
and Architect
Bank of Bay Bucayne Bldg.

MIAMI, FLA





Do You Want a New
Cement Sidewalk ?
Driveway or Curb, Porch or
Garage Floor or a Cement Wall of
any kind made if so I have had
many years Experience in that line
of work; do good work at reason-
able rates and I should like a
chance to bid on your work.
G. W. CLARK
Box 982 Miami, Fla.
Residence 221 Prout Avenue
Will bid on large Jobs of any
size, anywhere In the state.


i,-/
'.

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4


Miami Osteopathic Sanitarium
Dr. M. F. Nichols.
Graduate of American School of Osteopathy
Both acute and chronic cases treated at the Sanitarium or at
the patient's home.
Obstetrical cases taken at the Sanitarium, giving physician's
treatment, nursing and board.
Located 122 Boulev'ard. ____ ___ MIAMI, FLA.


REDLAND EDITION,


I


S.








: K: AN EDMON, S O

EIDLAND EDITION, SECTION 1.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


There is but ONE PAGE for your WANT ADS, and that is on the Classified Page of DPr N 7

the METROPOLIS. Two people lose when you fail to place your Want Ad. there. Phole No. .7

It brings Buyers and Sellers together. Puts YouIn TouAD.cDEPAh With the Metropols


CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
RATES

Wimum Charge 25cfor 25 Words
or Less-No Ad Taken for
Less Than Two Lines.


Ads inserted for more thaL one
time will be charged for at the rate
of One Cent a Word each insertion.
Count six words average length of
line. Ads et in black face caps 25c
per line each Insertion.

SSpecial rates on contract by the
onth or yearly. Call at office orI
Ing Phone No. 79.


BOATS AND LAUNCHES

FOR SALE-A motor boat, in fine
condition, 22 ft. long, carr.irig
from eight to ten passengers. \Vill
be sold ch-ap for carh. rmut be
sold at once. Address, Wim. F.
Edholm, Lantana, Fla.

FOR PLEASURE get Peacon's
smoker.

WANTED
WANTED-To buy a two-seate4
surrey. Write Lnocl. Box No 2116.
Call at office 210. 12th St.

NWANTED-One cook and tr.o girl
waiters. New York Resiitaurant.
1003 Ave. P.

BUYERS OF REAL ESTATE are
dally making Inquiries of i t'fnr
various kinds of property. Lizt
your bargains with Sewell-I'arley
Realty Co., Miami.

WANTED-6,000 baby alligators 9
to 14 inches long. Name price
boxed for shipment. Baby Gator/
Co., Box 87, West Palm Bcacn
Fla.

WANTED-Ah aggressive solicitor to,
represent our interests In Miami.
'' Liberal compensation to right par-
ty. Tropical Topics. Modello. Fla.

SALESMEN WANTED.
S.ALESBMAN WANTID-No experi-
ence required. Earn while learn-
'-_ tng. Write to day for list of hun-
"ared of positions now open pav-
ag l,$0!- to $5.000 a year. Ad-
dress nearest office, Dept. 521, Na-
tional Salesman's 'Training Asso-
etation, Chicago. New York, Kan-
Ssas City, Seattle. New Orleans, To-
ronto.

MAN WANTED-rIn every town in
the stare to take orders for the
Paris Suspender Belt-The invisi-
ble troueer support. Absolutely
does away with suspenders; at-
taohes to inslde of waist-baud; no
pressure across abdomen; pants
can't "sag down"; shirt can't
"crawl up;" invisible, adjustable.
comfortable. Sample belt and
tetpms to agents. 50 cents. Hew-
ard Sales Company, Orlando. Flor-
ida.
@MOKE PEACON'S Panetela cigars.

SPECIAL NOTICES

IESTTMATES FL'RNISHED on all
kinds of sheet metal work. gal-
vanized cornices, tank,, skyligbts
and roofing. Prompt servi,-e and
tisfaction guaranteed. M. .1.
obnert, Twelfth street and the
railroad.

DROPORTY LISTINGS of all classes
-city, suburban, groves. tru.-I
r lands-desired by the Sewell-Har-
ley Realty Co., Miami.


TUCKER REALTY CO.
Agents for

OONTINENTAI.AL CASALTY CO.,
of Chlcago.


Real Estate


Rentals.


FOR SALE-Two lots In Riv-
eralde for $700. $200 cash, bal-
ance $20 monthly.
FOR SALE-aix-room hoitse
fireplace, all modern conven-
iences. within 1 blocks of court
house. $3500; terms arranged
to suit.
For Sale-In the coolest and
best residential portlon of city-
New water prOof stone house
painted white on outside, 7 rooms
andbath, toilet upstairs and down.
large back por'rh, front porch up-
stairs ahd down, southern expo-
sure, lot 50xl5,1. Biggest bargain
in Miami today. Price $4,00u0 iujQ;
$2,000 cash, balance to suit ten-
ant.


FOR SALE

FOR SALE-A cheap ticket to Kan-
sas City Call G. W. Torton, at
Semirole hotel."

ONE CAR Cypres sheatlhing. $17.50
per thousand. delivered anywhere
in the clit. iMlartin Realty Co., P.
0 Box 117. ,

FOR SALE-One large farm or dra)
horqe. One s'iond-i andJ alitomo-
bile. one 1, I h. p TTi i. lt engine,
on' smowving ma. hlii. pliow6s. har-
row. etc T T. Fihburne, Draw-
er 42S, Miami.

HAVE A BUYER for close-in cottage.
fie or six roon- If you have
s'li'h propri-rT for sale. lit with
?ewell-I-tarl]-i Rr'alt Co0

FOR S/.'_ E--New Hnuse of six
rooms -.d hath. 20th streeT. be-
tv.een '*nlen1) ti and E $flni,
cash. .. lan-re ,ane i as rent. VIl-
Irim M t-iti lill. Po)itoffkeP

FOR SALE REAL ESTATE

FOR SALE-Cornpr lot 10th street.
Ri ersidle. $7.'.i or qnik sale.
Box 312, Miami Fla.
ONE TRAC- r or1 lb acres: 3 acre
giape fruit giove. 7. ears old with
lioi)i.I-. I ri. iii Coi oanut C rove
P. 0. Box ,0-E, R F. D.

FOR SALE-NewT hoise, four rooms
aii.j b-ith plast re-i and wireil for
lights. L.ocated A.ve. J and Sev-
enth street. $2.'.ii, 1t(1 ) cash, bal-
an'.' lik- rent. C. Austin, care
Metropolis.

EVERGLAE'E LAND at $1 F.41 per
arit. .i'iii ac-tr' 11 miles from
Miat"li rea. canl: all fi r- -class;
terns R. L. lo er. Horum-IteNd.
Fla.

A SNAP-if taken at once. 2 Iots In
WX -ste-rn BoillIva,,i $V.i: .1214
ra'h: I.Alan' PI 1, i-ri month Ad-
drp.q Owner. 421" .vrntith Itreet

LIST YOUR PROPERTY v'Itbh the
Sewell-Ilai l-y Realty Co They
hate b.ii-:-r making inqtiiriet, e.-
ery dav for groves and trinlek
land-

FOR SALE--Grapfrult grove on
Orange Glade road Crop this sea-
son over 10111) boxes, on account of
Leii i too old to look afte-r It -illI
Eell at bargain. Apply to owner,
R. L. H14ickon, Orange Glade
Road

FOR SAL.E--Fouir room rnttse $.
ternis. One lot in Highland Park
w ilh water., sr er and lIghl.. _'_
Two B 'iverside- loIt $ .rii pe. Ii.
Home ror ale, term s like rI'n,
See us before buying. Stanton
Roalv Companyi. 1t 7 Sevenlh
street. Miami. Florida.

ONE rM.PROVED place for sale at a
bargain. 1-4 mile from Cocoanut
Grove station. ThiE tract conslsts
of 19 aBres iand.5 acre grape fruit
groee: nice 7-room bungalow and
other outside improvements; best
talue ever offered in Dade county.
lmqtiiiire Cocoanut Graove P. 0. Box
80i-E.

SEE THESE EXThA SPECIAlS.
FOR SALE--Business lot, on Ave.
ni' G" betwepin Second and
Third streets, for $2.31.0, and $1,-
30u will handle it.
Twvo Iota In Eri'-kson's addition,
ore is a corner: $450i for the two.
Three full Lots on 14th, street, be-
t,.een C and D. .l.1(ilO down bal-
anre on long time. Walter-Waldin
Investment Co., 1111 Avenue C.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY at .ome-
stead, Fla -A lot on the main
business street, has pool room on
it paving 11W. per month rTnt. and
a fertilizer wareliolrse on the rear
of lot which you car run yourself.
Price P$2.5A(i, half cah, balance
easy terms. J. M. Bauer, Home-
stead, Fla.


CARL SCHULZ
German Shoemaker
New Goodyear Repairing Machine
Shoes repaired while you wait.
New Shoes. 805 Ave. D.

The Place to Rent or Buy a
BICYCLE.
E. B. GRAY, Cyclery
Expert Repairina aSpecialhy
Satiisfictioa Guaranteed.
900 Ave. 6. Miami, Florida.


BIGELOWVV Must Make Quick Sale
His ease in ('rimninal ti'usit has embarrassied him financially
A grov'- of 5 a,.res with all improv'emnt.-l.. House. lawns,
ornamentals. 5.0 Ibearmtig trf-es. Water ystemi installed for
house and irrigation, and adjoining property now gelling at
$500 to $1,0(00 a lot. A year ago an offer of $12,000 was re-
fused by the owner,% who Oew %i11 make a big saueitce in order
to quickly dispo., of this property.
See Mr. Bige-low or

MONTGOMERY & FOSSEY, Inc.
Buena Vista lBhoe 4238-A.


t\eWantAd Pa e El













"I saw your ad in the Metropolis."
No other iutrodu,:inn t.'iqutirod.
Thie man or wonanii % I,,. r,'|)oniing o-:, a M,:tropnlit WANT
AD, says. "I saw your ad inm thel Mt-troipiis" is give .'n n im-
mediate audience.
Emnployprs who have mPini: '-:, i ,ful t,',is know that Mchtrop.
olis WANT ADS bring host rr-.nllt,.
Seetkers for positions iWlil. aIri"v'r Metr-- polis WANT ADS
land thp johbs th-y are ,.apalle cf filling.


FOR EXCHANGE

FOR EXCHANGE-A Sub.. of 71
loi0S at Gar ind. .Gar the- iuty
built b t ih,- I' .S. iV-S l CI'J Is .
yea old ii lit .()[,ijl.at it ot
,'..(ni, i The U_ 'til Co et.it,_iu
oi-!- '.,,Ii.iII me rjow' a[ud ar- t illi
tu [ild in i tli ,v w I ll t,*n .pl iik n 12 6"
t lit n tiiIr in ilan ;1 .- iiinn plp-ted
Tlere are ritany (,tier 1-irge iron
andI -t--,l irtanlia'Tirin a ilant, in
Or.'-rjtlr [j 'ti.,j t.,lildtini T l'- -in'?r-
Ican i.ocrint'_tn'r nE art- c"ing
to hnnll ar ';ar\. he' 'II entiluv
alone 1-7I.I.1iII mn rt i- ar\ iu, 'i iigi
to t<- a -,- wi (i l Pr t ,iir- n-l n ill
moir. tilan dotiot it pl-ijlanon
in the rnex i e .tari. e ar.Garv m
27o nillr-6 troru t'hi,' ao it the iie:,i
of LaKe Mli.higan: his a harbor
that > os T $ iiii.iiiiii. hi d li
S. ti-el io l'Is r -r.-. ov-r
-r iv'. i, t,. ont thI i' i .i k anl
ottler ili1['ro'.et,, t n Ti "Te- ti,
in a thoi-e I, atior, air.- rip'n 10
improvr- at onti -cir holt .,- an 1ii-
f.rmui" n? l lnt i- in ha. s~ J d lo\ 1
hi-r a a h ighIt a,. 'I-,:n i -:,, 11 P'lit
on a i't it ( h t ". na tnf to n tin '. o I1
F lor, ,i k. Ill i.,l it iti rl~ .. .. n l lur
at 4111 eat h or l'i, i i l 'i
all or pai i i ir,!,r''-.'-.i -, .,- or
i. t-' pro.n-rt' in o "I i]a .. 13iJii
D s':-.crilte frllv lialt o' i ii i-
n0u1i rst l it- ti -I .- : to 831 p-
titne And i If ihait .vni ,ai a i. sat-
sisfa' t r. V ill v i r- o i a t I.ado.
w lIerci.,I, ou .-an t ,liilp. ',(,i r In-
\t--tnt-i t in lb rie-'.t I. .;-. i, rs
Addrsi p 't)iter -'1 Bar inl' -tt de
.Miwa.i]kc. V\. ,s.
q!VMOKE PEACON'S Vrnera rhintil:.,

SITUATIONS WANTED
SHINGLES SHIIN;.LES SHINI..ES.
$1 A I" I' trioir -rinid 1.11t-lete Il,
thp job Martin Ri-alty C('1 P 0
iBox 117.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT---Trwo lirge ,ntiiriiihu.,l
rooms near Ea& :.'l Hoser t
FOR RENT-E-Pe-atifir l Leuw iat,.
stfre In Lawver's rliilhiill rtl
rent. Also ture rotuornn no Twr-ltli
strFeet. E. C. MN,.AIItu-er
FOR RENT-New and ?cond han.i
sewing ntachinieb ThIe Bell Fur
nimire Store. 424 'ielt'th St

FOR RENT-1I R acres high pralrl,.
und-ilaid tilh foot of ino. k al-.:.
hos.- and l barn- Ro.k ro.nai t,.
Homeszte4d. five nilil- A \ .
Chapman. Homnr.t-aal

AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE-A '.-pa-senRer 411 Ii p.
(.ar.practrically good as new Sei-
this car if yoti i iani a rp-il har-
galn. 'nquire. Miami G.irage
FOR SALE-One Plerce Arrow,. one
Ford and orne "Auto car. Will sell
for cash or trade for teal eState.
American Garage & Mach. Co.

AUTOMOBILE PAINTING, top re-
covering and upholtering Sitonk
of mohair and r,.thFr coverings.
Experienced workmen Auto ,up-
plies of all kinds. Miami Garage,
Eleventh and Court streets.

WILL TRADE practically new 5-pas.
senger Flanders auto In Al condi.
tlion for team of miles and heavy
wagon. Address P. 0. Box 197
giving full description ot mulee
and wagon.
BAY FRONT PROPERTY prlaed in
the hands of the Sep ell-Harle.
Realty Co for sale will be gliv'.n
special attention.

FOR RENT FURNISHED


CALL if you want a bome-ltke. quiet.
restful place Housekeeping rooms
if desired. 705 Ave. B.

FOR RENT-Three nicely furnished
r9oms. batr. hot and cold water
0C411 701 12tb St.

HAVE YOU A.NYTHTNG( FOR SALE
and wish tt turned qntcklv? If so.
llst It with Se.tell-Harley Realty
Co. Miami


W. H. COMN S CO. 1
I UNDERTA.KBURi
AND EMBAhMERS |
|Oor. Tenth Street and AT. C.


:. C. McALLISTER
1Ral MnI- tat andl I-ire In-uuiante
Wan -tedl o, to Ii t oii r hto'_-se l
arind ai'rtitments v. ti me to r'-ti !

I .jll. lal f tor hoi.'es
For Rent foir til,- r inter ,, a
h. ,I t,.-F i' rni-h-d IlniT e-z in Fort
D aill, P'allt: RS i '. S ,,tr.,c,,i ,.
Central anl on I-i.-. l' ir, t,. ith
tho- Bh3
We it Broadmor, tie rnv Fib- :
divl-,,n, on Ii,: ri rie rr'..- ia, rir
the a.' LarBa 1-- I-t- and easy
term- S e rme b-'f.re biriyug.
For '-ai., r'-tiii11arit on Ave. D. 1
r If l l. ll ll ii ea i- i ;i
Groves all -i. Itli ri' ., a' re I
S ll. I r t.l rrcair r, It i H t re-i;t-
u-.l li I a-k it r.n -,h -.% nei ah nda

CoL'O'anilt G ric r ci l'e-t .- a tie--
I .'iT' Lot;, l-,a fioh i nr,1 idtI e
Stra,:ts.






Quick Action



Necessary



Two lots, facing south

on 20th street, at the

head of Miami Ave.

At the junction of two

70 ft. streets. Full size



$4,000.00



TERMS TO SUIT.




T. W. PALMER


203 Twelfth St.


'Phone 8328


II



Real Estate Bargains

In the famous Red Soil Dis-
trict of the Homestead Coun-
try.
60 ACRES up to a section of
land at $25 00 er acre cash.
Wll sell for more than dou-
ble in one year.
20 ACRES well located nearly
all cleared.200 citrus trees.
Nice 4-room cottage. Plas-
tered inside. Price $3,000.
SEVERAL otler small Improv-
ed and unimproved places at
Real Bargaias. Address

C. W. HILL

Pioneer Homesteader.
GOULDS, FLA.


l


Miller-Dunnc (0',s

Telephone is


323
Call them for a food Plumber


SL.A. Cooley

REAL LI.TATE A.1 REN DPtE ,
A AGENT,

Miami, Florida.


Etitevtin tnree-. Lio In River-
sale ior $1,1u, il-; u-.a terni-;;
an idiaI police ior a iione
.;.i..Uni for a 'cry dlusirable
Boule.:ardl Lot; $25u.. >:ah, hal-
lanc.- a.& Iou I'ke. iLt.
,--.o l :itr [ct lI ns ar Ave-
n le ,J. i J ..l), ii, ll '. I i, tal--
h re and' t'..' ,e't.
nc- i ra.' tii e ati-a t('* ' i i r1' r ;
r.i ir:,1)l 1ne.n re 1,-,IT I, Jnga-
lo'.-., -a City t'url.. all modl-
ert i -.,,hi u -i'r.b u ,'-'. ,IiJ, bal-
; .*j terms

FOR RENT.
41S %V,.nu..E J, 512 )
;.;i-7 c'.,r[-r A.-v-Uile i anrI
7 .tieet. $S uW .
f. 11 A....nii- L', $3..0tj
12th .rer t 't,.rc, weZt of
A~eii ', l *,,7", "1.
Se.,'.eial urtluaii eu d h ii'=" v y
br SaO.



L. A. COOLEY

1207 Ave. C. Phone 86
------ ------


Redland

3Bargains
"I' acres, Redland, 5 acres
cleared ready for grove, aell lo-
'aEted price $8811.
-, : a.,r,-n lli.,re are 500J
grapefruit trees bearing, nlsi
1.-,' aio.adoes. This is a bar-
gain at $66i00.
Bargains in tracts of 5 to
iuu1 acres. I hate what yodt
V. '.I at.
Addre,.i


B. E. HEARN

Goulds, Florida


Georgte A. Paddock


Martin Realty Co.

Bargain Column
In this column we'will list only
bargains, and if you have a nar-
gain that you want to s'll, list
it with us,-it makes no, difffi-
ence whether it is real estate,
horse, mile ccw. boat, dog, wa-
gon, buggy. bieyc:l. ', .itomc bile,
or anything else-just so it is a
b.irgavi.
TIree liol- on A r J r:ar S -
(o,,, ",,eat. aue J> Ilfifi
on "(oer .... . . ... J$1100
t i- r. f thp h t-)t h f- l, If oj
;t "1 i,. r Ih .. .. ... -1 2 0

T" ., iO)l. in ilro.vidrluor il L., t I-).
,:.it!i.n. r,,'ir Fl. at n-.r i i ,
j r, I g 1 l i ,i . 1l F ,'r n r 1 n p l
D*, .:= t; t I ,,oii ne;,. \ A r..i !'..iluL
,i,,,t r ti r-i- i r.-- ilt', 422 fpel
I ilrarli ni l i ht o ri %. ,11, -
ing & j t, F'i r--' i IV l .-I
0 3r- t-,ij .l all la].,l l' e.i
a iriib,.,.. A flflfl
.r *'*.......$5000
T-r marQtzU
l'ir a ,1,,i, k 1 -'h .l1l ", n ltl-i a
!,r ic ,.. -, t F .- ". i I ,i i "It
Iiriii- t- [, t |:r '*,.mr ,,,' t, ,otr..
it-i rt 't- it ,i l io r F ",-
41ue l l. n.tl- !,.t rI'lan [ r v l iz-lri
<',li i- u nl h1 [ ].'.O ii l,"''. F', r. i l'i_,j
qika-i .- $8000

I I I. . .
,il$, 7.r, :il $ 000
T,-ruie . .. 0 00
S.,.n'>e ril.-l', hi reu1in in li,: ri
q,-,,tb % im i fu t ofr-,i .$34" 1 ,r- ',i,
c-a'v t--i ni
FOR SALE Eighr tli..,tis,-id
f.,.t N ,, 1 1,.4 qi, l. 0t0t 1.:
t .'i,',,,', -$ 7 ill, ]" i ,,,,l ai ,.i .
,|,'|i' ,.r it',l ,' i l .- It )

Address, P. 0. Box 117

A !i vI, N ,,, ,,ttl",,r -t, offi, ,:.q i4
,, I,.^ lllll- l ,' l ih I ',nll tl'l l!!' 'I' lr -
[,]i ll., ,,,* ,,H | '-. ot l ll .


A Successful Farmer Knows
WHICH LAND IS BEST FOR FARMING, ETC. .- ,

I an nit a profesFional real estate dealer but I am a profe-
sional farmer and l:ncw tbaL good farm land ie. I have a num-
ber of good trurk and grove farming lands in this vicinity that I
vill dispose of at the right price. If purchasers follow my 'juagl-
tions fully they will be sure of success.


A. B. Janes,


Little RiveP, FlFo


TWVVO ARMIES

The Buyers and the Sellers are
brought together by Ads.
in the Metropolis


EITHER
buy from us or let us sell for you.
"Tiat's our bii.iinp-s.
Here are a few bargains for this
v. eek:
Tv o-'toryv 5-room hou-e on Ave-
nae J . . . . . . . .. $2.000
T %-s-story '.-room houce On Ave-
nue J . . . . . . .* 1.6.0
Ten-room re-ddencei or, Third
st reet .... ........... $2,500
One-sti'r :.-room hc.iotie oU Cor-
dnia stre-7t . .. .. $1,. 0
T.u-'t.t-r. .-rnnm, a ltl bath. nice-
1ly funni-ihed. on .tir St. $.'$.OOi
WVe h,1',- cli it.-' ,tantring a'i:ant
lot '.
We ha,'e citv property to ex-
-l~ange for glotue.
'i ,-an renr your house for
you NOV.
.'M T. YOUNG CO.. (Inc.)
No. 1100, C0r. Ave. C(a nd llth St.
I, --


R. F. TATUMI
Real Estate--Grove Lands.
R FIDLA I) J1)ISTI IICT.
Come to Homesteadl, bead-
quart,,rs for the Redland DIs-
trirt and r'lato your inveait-
ments direct.
%peclal Bargains:
10-a-re place, s.ix-r,-on cot-
tage. arre- let to grove for
2tii,'u ui Terr e I
5O acres beqt irh soil, on
road .J27l-0 iT1rrnm).
411-acre r'la e, 4 ares in
lbea[ing. gor d rottaere i3500.
On roai,.
Bygest 1i--t of r'aw lands and
groves to sel-.ct from.
S ie ti, whoie ii-itrir.t before
ynlhI bv. Let rme tiow you.
A,11o 0 t- lce,
,'. TATUIM.
Honme-tcald, I'oriin.


OLD NEWtSPAPER-t FOR LE Al
THE METROPOLIS OFFICE.


-,[ 1 if.-HOMN=


W. D. HORNE,
(Established 1904)
Homestead. Florida.
(Redland District)
Real Estate. Fire Insurance.
Fruit and vegatLblo lands $30SO
an acre ip. Don't be deceived in
buying sand for red soil. Come
to my office In the Bank of Home-
stead building and I will take you
over the country and explain the
difference. The abmndanoe and
qitality of the fruit now ripening
on genuine red land soil in this
neighborhood will dispel any
doubts about wbero the Redland
District really Is. Automobile
service. Honost dealing. A few
bargains left which will aell soon.
Tra'ts of 5 acres up to 640 at
owner's prices. See me before
you buy.





T. P. BROKER,
HOMESTEAD, FLA.


Redland District

5 and 6 year old groves; Un-
cultivated Lands; Prairie twta
for Vegetable Growers; City
Property In Homestead.
Free Automobile Service for
Land Seekers.


Correspondence Solicited.



T OLD NEWF-.I.'.ERS FOR SALE AT
THFE METROPOLIS OFFICE.


Donald C. Caddagan


PADDOCK & CADDAGAN
REAL ESTATE
Rooms 1 and 2 Miami Banl: and rrust u-' BIld. llthi St. an.t Avenue C.
Everglades Tracts. City Property. Fruit Groves.
L ,)t- i[i uTt-W i 'o- a111nt (.,iove siUtli-.lIvl'I-in .Spih.-inllI o ,--ti. tu iw ; Ipritati u-anal to deep
'at>r. ],lf-:,l r, ,td,.i ],.,- l,,e itii:n. E x,','d][ ht \eln., f ,,r nt,,,i, -r, c t: r, rm',' i l'l,: t, li s.
Bargains For Quick Sale
10 a' t:-, a' re. iIJn -r,\,, stilf-tt'd stuck; ,3-iootu hiiun-.-. ,1 1i, iIU1o1 1r -ut,0:-ns. n2251
Nrar Mianni. on ro,:k road. Price ......................................... $2250


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Orange Park Lots, $10 Cash and $10 Per Month

Walter Waldin Investment Co.
li'. r:idl.' .1 lt-, 12th street, between K and L, $100O
eait h
River-l'le. 3 lots. I llth street, between J and K, $3000
ea. h.
Lemon City. Tarpri (lib. 3 lois $260 each.
0 Cornr .3rd and A. "E, ;.". L.".".$22(00. 1-2 cash.
1 7T1 ii trer. w,-ti ,t .1i S lots, $2-100, 1-2 cash.
S'"Ih stre-t. ea't of Apre D. $2100.
B R i.'Iel 1 nhirie. :2 l.irp; lirs. $10,000.
l.th sir,.- t. near .J, higii, .attra.tite, full lot, $400; 1-3
uca.-h.
69 1 1Sth ,ind A 'e n. S i3OO.
d Foi)r hoiit'-,; retiring for $'. per month, store building,
CI r'-ntiug lor ,-ii n)e- n ,nth. arout $.iji)'i per year in-
X1i,,ie, for fen d, Ra $2750. .
SLot fi',r, "ity Park. $1510. ,
S '2 lot 21'rh tiipar.e ritar lrinlk.-l avenue, $4000.
SLot 7tti -tret. rn.i-ar Alp- D. $3000.
- .1 lotI 14th ;tre,-r. rn-ar $3000 each
.1.,1 t:i r'-s l it ti -n, king land at Redland, for few days,

0 1' a.t-.. 1 ,r L-norn Civty. t^t ', ft. facing rock road 6 _L
Sa.r;-tr.. ,ltlh-rld rn -v 4-romn ho lee. $1200.
2 l t's fi. iris ,it. rarl. oiith. each 150xl50, corner, 0
oi rioU ,-ti. h,h-,,i. at an .-, time. This will not

*ba F) m'i-ro,,! I',,,n1e p 'th ,nlth room. 2nth street. $1100.
,_,oLir-rnr, r, ii.,,11 .. LornkFr i:rh stre-p and A\e I, l800,
'2, r., in.'li,,, iE i,, r r. I -th -in.d Are. J. $1500.



WALTER WALDIN

INVESTMENT CO.
Orange Park Lots, $10 Cash and $10 Per Month


Persons Desiring to Purchase


OCEAN FRONT LOTS

For residential or spetulatlve l:urposes, would do well to consider
location anl conenieuce of s(cess via the proposed new bridge
across Biscayne Ba. Th.a Miami Bea.h Improvement Company Ia
laying out and preparing choice lots to offer during the latter part
of the present year. Also offer hotel site of 500 feet on the ooeaM
front, ad'joining Lake at south end of ladian Creek. Pavilion aM
bath houses will te provided. JOHN S. COLLINS.


Mon


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Donald C. Caddagan


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PAGE 12.
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DIXIE THEATRE
Miami's Most Popular Play House
Now Playing
The Gramlich Musical Comedy CO.
This company is without doubt the best ever seen in the
city., and will be seen here, all next week.
Mr. Gramlieh, the Dutch Comedian, is a man with a repu-
tation, as a big time Vaudeville performer and a producer,
having to his credit all of the plays, seen at the "Dixie" and
all of the musical numbers are Mr. Gramlich's own composi-
tion.
Miss Hall, the leading lady, is wll known by people fa-
mniliar with theatrical news as the "Broadway Favorite." She
has a pleasing personality that wins the audience, and her act-
ing and singing is classed with the best.
Frank Gates, the Irish Com-dian, that plays opposite to
Gramlich is the best "Tad" ever seen in Miami. His reputa-
tion in the show business is well known all over the country.
His dialect is rich, and calls for a laugh every time he opens
his mouth.
Next week the Gramlich company will present the strong-
eat bills of their stay.
Monday & Tuesday Wed. & Thursday
The Hoodoo Watch Rubetown Minstrels
Vaudeville Vaudeville
And a Strong Playlet--"The Night Before Christmas"
This playlet is a Vaudeville headliner, having been pre-
mented by Mr. Gramliheh and Miss Hall in all of the leading
vaudeville theatres, owned and controlled by Keith and Proc-
tor. thle world's greatest in vaudeville. The story is mixed
with comedy and pathos, written andi staged by Mr. Gramlich.
On Friday anid Saturday
The Sufllragette
A scream from start to'finish.
In the above the patrons of the Dixie are promised a line-
up of laughs, and a guaranteed cure for the blues.


II~
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50


$


PAINT Can't be Equaled


$1.50 $1.50
ROOFING PAPER With Nails and Cement
Harrison's Town and Country Paint-Best
on Earth


$2.20 Pe
-Best Floor and Df

$2.00 Pe

C. S. Benton Paint
Yellow BldV. Cor. Ave. D I



Who Does

Your Family

Washing?

If it ifldone at your home
you have the assurane of
sanitary conditions-but if
you are "sending it out"
what do you know about
where or how it Is done?
You can make sure of ab-
solutely sanitary conditions
and careful, conscientious
work if we do your family
washing. Our prices are
most reasonable.

PHONE 301

Biscayne Laundry
OUR WAGON WILL CALL.


CHAPMAN LUMBER CO.
Dealers in
LUMBER
AND
Builders' Hardware
Homestead, Florida


1! you have your plumb-
nlug done by

Miller-Dunn Co.
It will be done rigbt


THE MIAT4I METROFOLI% SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912,


MANY LICENSES ISSUED

DURING OCT. MONTH


REDLAND


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EDITON, UUO'flON f


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FISHING SEASON OPENS

MANY FISHING BOATS A

LEAVE FOR THE FIELDS T
Se:Lde.J Weather Results in Several
Fleets of Fishing Smacks Being S
Set Out This Morning- Spanish El
Mackerel and King Fish the Va-
riety Most Sought After. W
As this was the first morning in
many days when the %%eat.her has E
shown any slmsn of being settled, sev-
eral crews of fishermen left for the
banks to make II first catches of .
Spanish ma,-kerel for the year, tihus
opening the fish season as well as
the game season today. This peer of
all Florida filh has Ie aen sighted acv-
oral times lately, and the fishermen .S
have been eager to get at them, btu'
'were restrained by the Inclemency of
the weather
This is the time of the year, say
fishermen-, lhi-n the finny. SpaoiardS
may be exr,' ,ted, although they may
cot, it is said. be counted on as a
sure thing. If it has been cold and
hlustery along up the Atlantic coast
for some time. then the fish, like the
birds, migrate to the south, not ti _________
return north until the spring opens
up again. When they come in num-
hers, as lh,-y will some day soon if ff
they areC- i', here now, this Industry 3
will at once spring into the fore- 3
ground among the city's various en-
terprises. All uf the flsh Loml.a-
nies ha.re been enlarging their quar-
ter?. adding to their eirlupment, and
overihailing their netc, f'r se'c-ral 400 n
weeks, and nox all are in readiti'-ss
to sally forth and haul in the blei
catcliet.'
This niorninr six I-onats or thp 'ii- 250 I
scn-RercrPge.y fleet Ift for the ooean2
banks.. and thile afternoonn onur bo.lir
f'roni the Peninsular Fish company
will [pil away. Thee.p hont. are
merely ;. out boats v. which will try fir
fish. and bring bai k reports of how
numeioiLis the nr' Ic"Pr-i appear to bli."
If a prleontltud, is found, then thei
hoiir-h.,oat! will be moved out. the F Y O
transt'Er bt3ats put into Ilay, and the
Stallun Will he on In earnest. u
T'Ihriiusands of pounds ofMl" fih are -a
shlpi'.'d ot of Miami every day dijr-
ing the -',ason. and thoisanlds of dol-
,pr-;r h iiight into Miani by rea are ne-
son of' t-ti industry. are new
King fish will crime a'lltle later.
They .ithi the macikerpl ,ontimiite.
thp principal spscip, raaight during
the %Inter searon. Many people rre-
fer the king fish to the ma kerel. It
is a larger fish, and popular with
northerners. I 7


Lew Fall Hats at


$1.25, $2 and $2.50


SI'

)UR HAT comes from us, its right---Our Hats are

anteed, they have the wearing quality---The styles

and nobby; the colors are great---Look them over


to. Sevvewell

lents ForP the Best Hats


r Gallon FOR AUTOS AND CYCLES THREE FEATURES AT DETROIT ON THE BOOM
TU f EfdDt i !i tltii, iPeoule are sutrprised to see s
eck Paint Made A resume ofthe past month's reC- I Peoule ar sprsed to see so
oria at the city hall re%,Aals the fact much imp 0 'r eme nt at Detroit.
that a total of 39 licenses had been THE lOUI DIXIE Hou~es for homes and business are
r ~Hou. ea for homes and business are
r G allon for autoimobiles a n d otor THA N1
isllo n nooosf un THoEThe NE[T W EK being erected and Improved New
w ere taken oi ifor motor.yes, the T IR L actions are being made to build-
rtlier thirty-five being for autosings and paint applied.
i-A Harrwaianged in size from Mr. W.B The new offie building of The Ml-
SHardware Co. Peterson's big 72 hrpw.r Gra ami Land & Development company
1tS. elw l h, to Mr. W. H. Nil.h,'.h-.Gramalih Company Will Again is modern!dconvenient, and attrac-
14th St. Yellow Bldhorsepower Brush. The next larg- PleaseI the Patrons of the Dixie- made surrounding the office bu lling.
eat cars in point of power were Mr.
J. C. Hool.ks., Henderson-4. an.] Mr. Three Good Bills Scheduled for to add effectiereness to thie arrange-
C. L. \\'e l's car orf the same make mpnt. A beautiful new flag greets
atnd size. Tbere .ere th c 4Pi-horse- the Coming Week-Manager Rob- tho eye iron thie center staff at top
rnirOGiWsM .MmPe.17 ',ri n M eMaking 'Many Improvements. Of[I te biulId Ig. Ti. Detio it.doi-
Sfour Mn, and fourteen 21. by eonstratlou farm joining the office to
GIE O EIY.Dsa nut.MPr of .malr ear, the north, having Dr. Forest as
Twenty-one dJifferent makes of auto- superintend-nt, makes a big show
TUINKI- METH } FOR mol,.s we iP pgistisf-red, which goes The Gramlich Musical Comedy for only two month since started.
Detroit land puichaxsers are start-
THINKS IMETHOD UR to show that thc- tastes of Miamians company will close tonight after an- Dng their crops, atiipara g a satare
lare noo all alike, tieen in the mattrthr sucessful week at the Dixie in the $1 In thirty preniuns, of-
BILL 0 DIAST OUSor te ea th, .v like to ride in. The
RILr mL S Uioryle.;r, cereaLh of a ,Jt- the-atre, and the repertoire is by no fered by. The M-iami Land & Develop-
BILL IS DRU S fereutn make. The last number is- means exhausted as Manager Rob- ment Company for beat crops by De-
1e____ i 1 in Octoher was 73. ert stoda\ annouires thire-e head in- troit land purchasers ant I'farmrF.
Ur>-to-date there have been .'3q ers for next week that promise a line- The Miami Land & Development
LIMERICK, Ireland-At an anti- huslnr ss licrles ,; !sued b ( ,inv up of laughs, andl a guarantee of a Company is crowding road %ior,.
home rule meeting held re-ently at Cl(rk \V. B. \%oore- san.'- f rht- irfL o (ute ror the blues tfor every night or drainage and improvernerts, expect-
the Theatre Royal, Limerick, George Octo.ter, at whi, h date th'v were JI the ,eek. ing to rai6e pri'e as development
Wydaham. M. P. ,as the chief speak.- for thi. .,-ar. Thist nuimr-er inlido-es As anuouncel by Manager Roberit, work pro:pds. About two thousand
er. Every seat was filled in the lii nse, for iha( ks. dravs anid ppanuit when be first opened this popular acresa is now available for farming
theatre, but outside a large opposi- stands. as neil as for the banks aid playhouse. he smavs his object i. still tas ear The larid can now be
lion crowd gathered which had to 1,F leparnmienj loreIs. to glie the people of Miami the best bought on easy terms, $lii and $10
kept in che,:k by the police, and tCupid Wa; BuR.. h,-ere Is in the aniLnment li ne and mornthly, no taxes and no interest,
fhlch gave ume trouble at the end tu. t t he is still ex-rting c-very effort a130 a free lot in Detroit. For Infor-
of the meeting. At Thn 1uPrt h,--',- it was aser- t, improve bi programs ea,:h week. muatlon write, Mliamil LanJ & Derel-
In his speech Mr. Wyndham derlar- t.aIEl_ that whites anl li'achi, all but, Patrons of the LDlxie hare esppc- opment Compony. Detroit Florida
ed that the effort which the govern- brolo.- -,v,-n in the nimatter oi getting ail clnjo'ed the arng and singing Adv.
nient was making to snitegle the mar nriape !i ei --sduringOr'tober. the of Mi-s pHali. rhe leading lady. Mr
home rule bill through Parliament cohlor,-.l folk iha iriE the better of tlh' Grramlicb, and Frank Gates. ithe Illsh Every one says the Millinery Is ex-
without ,consulting the el-+ t.rs uaz.]propl,-Itinih bv% a tall-, of Ic to I'-..
ditshatrous. Th ori Esti e tabli. tul otao r't a-llro',i' by a tally or' 1 c, t bo 1 o tnipdran and all three will act, to quisite at Douglas'.
disastrous. Tie establishment of a Thit- i, a fir iriril.r,- showing fir thp flue advantage in the plays next *
Inew constitution effecting ih esaf--iy ,.bi-s. a2: for niry months[ pair w-Pek. Word has been received to the ef-
and welfare of tn courntries should thep y l-ve he'-,n regu.larly tatn Iy "The "Hoodoo Watci:h" Is schadul- f'ect thatL Signor Mercadante, '. ho
b eassonted to by the accredited rep- a tv.o-to-one '.-,:cre. The total nuni- for Monday ani Toesdav. Hui.e- is to teach piano at the Miami Col-
resentattv e of both. l:,er of aranibag,-s w a..nts a lit le toon Minstirls'" and "Thep Night Be- lege of Music tbi winter, is now in
The Insirnuations whnch bad beten inlr norm-al. o hi-.. on:-lusion 0I fore Chritulij' tr both Wed ie,-av New York aftF.r a summer spent In
shown among the tLTionilts, of lh- re iei hed irhoit the aid of rg, prr .metr ndI Thursayv rigl's: and Toe vtr- Europe at the musical centers. He
South that the lItster Unionists wi,-e rt:,t thp lirtio t lni Pod didn t get ran ette for Fiit' a: nd .arrday. will saiL for Miami shortly.
fighting for their own hand were en- in full nork-irt- tine in colored town All thre orf tese a p dograri'sare said-
tirely false. The ITnionists of the tilre lat monih.A to he features. OLD RAGS WaNTED AT TIllS
North, said Mr. \Vndhamt. 'we .- jFoor stirQ.ve-rp fiup,l .,iring O to- Ilrovemrts are bIAng conWant- OFAT CE.
fighting the battle of tie Unlonisrts hr in th, R(c.,odpr.r offle,' and t ly made at tr e i a anbig Manager.nt- OFFICE.
of the Sovilh aind or all lrlqhmpn. IV-^ P maj lipr ^d o l l t tilef DiNIP, and Manager .- 1 - --.
of the Sorih and on r all Irishmen ,iocniment ,.wAre r,-la,-ed r n ro,-ord, Roberts asitre-a the patrons that
whether Unionirts or Nat onall st.IThib no mher is a little ,tnilr tipe nothing will he put on the boar,1-
for they were making as.tand against nmonth]l tiral- of tihe crly aumnimr e'xept good (ec ply vuaud J' T HpE. ae F I
political deeradatiotn and rli rou- months lii,, -,nity 'Ihri-: Haw-I.ins go and nodtrclO r p l a r c,.
finance. i-il"are i hri thii rhitos nor meni- e.
The situation was one of xr em ftht r,1 al 4; that ih; n,, q arivn ,frp, 11't l z., l., IT
copest. h cnjlitj, t:t oale^tt 19 q,,. l"6 ar"iv1- fo*r PITKA ECTS ---- A* T H ELJL F U
complexity. The coristrtutio~n halI th, re-ason thit th, iranfers nr.o ,%oE
b.en suspended. the Nationalist gone through are of ,:f),l home FINE EWRESERVOrR. -- Ca]
party were the dummies of Mr. De- deals an uan n r-', nj no PALATKA-The new reservoir for
lln; the North was on the verge or. pahdi ur ,.ith a multirti--,fni.no, tir e aata municT pal w ateer ir for shc
rrbllion arnd the South on the brink ( Palka. municipal water work
or bandruptcy. Yet over all th. ot ten acre tracts in the ElEprclades lhaq been completed and is now readyv .
dark clouds that *loomed on the npar. as* was the ca_-e somne months ago. for service It ha.e liberal dinen., ke
horizon( he hoppd that as In 17S2- -. a. lons. being f7xll,.ix feet, with a
so no'w. once more the sun of rpe'on-i, 'Irr-. ,hbo nrr ahvay- on tthe look-our capflcly of 43.,1,.111) gallons It ia! n in
ciliation would r.ise among Irishmen.: for anittin itiat '..ill herinerit the b;g modern in every resprct: the mat e-
The r',w-edlnes conclulled with a Fl-ri',a rirtro-rolis Thr? muner, r3 rial used being stpel and reinfor ce T
resolution against the government'ct or Il-, il-rb ha' farliil to rind ai-u- concrete, and it i-4 so arranged a. in r
home rul p bill. whl..h was amoed by .%sin of life in the ielli itrion pro- allow for emptying one Into th oth- rea
Sir Charles B. Barrington anti je.t so fir a4 St Aieistite i3 n .- er or short notl.r-p. thit allowing easy ifr
adopted. .-rn.,Fi. an.] at a nimeetirg l,1M a fe'..', ae is for 'leaning and purifying datuot '
--dop------d.-- s d ay gO [i. aaf ,i',-i. th, at it tf th,-, jurpo';es The r osy .ill approximate ==~
JACKSONVILLE WOULD LIKEr cilt does not intnd to do anrtlring. iboiut ".iit'i0o. Toe work of con- ~
THE PONCE CELEBRATION. Jack.onvlille .?rtainiv vr. ill A (oni- struicrion has been rnder the per-
_ir- itep, sill b.: ,'cr here s'.ime ld, s(,onal supervision of Cltv Engineer
ST A'GULSTINE-If .t. Augiit.Ine tis wek as a -oil of alihar,-, .-kr- Stallings. who has spen that the in-
does not wake utip the ne\t thing it mish Ilire to fir olt tni-t how th- tir.-st of thf- mni. i pality ha i- been
knows the 40l th anniversary of tha prpu.istion Frnd-i. -ar lk-.oiviillp iIll sal'egiarld in r-.vpry m iintite raps., rt.
landing of P'once do Leon nill be [i t il i. ,n y,.'.ntere fr inm $.-4,) .,i ro Mr Stail ins states that am tii L -)
celebrated elsewhere than on the IV.:,""1 for an hi-rorial pacant, stand-pipe full. and holding 41ui.0O.i.I
original site where Poncea actually did andi they sep no rfasn why Foner- gallons, with the new re-erviolr tlleI
come ashore, near the An:lent City. Ie Laon cannot (c:me ulp tie St. and with tbe big -ell flowing and
There is an organization In Jack- Johns river with jii-t as nmurh corn- pumps operating the plart could ifur-
sonville 1,nown as the Ad Club and fort as lie n.oIll -ome across the bir nih ifor fire purposes ten stra;i.x i.for
It is comDosed of a number of live at Ilatanzas Inlet i fourteen houl ..,


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REDLANDS OF FLORIDA, THE COMING FRUIT COUNTRY



Citrus Trees Have a Natural Home Beyond the Danger of Frost and Cold


History of the Redlands, and
t Its Rapid Development


Perrine Grant Was First Tract Carved Out of Indians'
Hunting Grounds, Railroad Penetrating
Country in 1905.


LORIDA is the forr-fing-r Oif t he Nation, an ,lips daintily into the
waiters of the tropics as if to test their tentperature Apparently;
satisfi l, she sends out an invitation to the balance of th country
to "'-,(mt in; the- water's fine." i
tJust at th.e tipr of the finger, where tie twaea of the Atlantic
and th- G(ulf of MA-xir'o titet, there is a small section of territory
u-n*ll,-d the R.-dla.nds
Ten, v.-r1, ago it u ;is. hardly known five years ago some pioneer
ftu nit gr'ovPers. began t o appr-','iate its worth: today it hau. be-eome tho
niost l'anMtis ilnl-is se.ttin in Florida. In a f'.-w years the quality
of its grape fruit will be l.notvui and appre.iat.-d whlere--ver this most
deliinoi; of all breakfast fiilItI is is',d..


Builders of the Redlands

Come From Many Sections

People From the North of Europe, Canada and Western
and Other States Combine in Work of
Development.


.... .. - !,:-(.iGrale+frtlt 19isuowV its pi~rn,-ipal fruiit ,Prop, although tho orange.
Civilization crept slowly down the district. These haoe all been -' it i o is inpl rt rop. altho h h The people who are settling up this
through Florida, following the East taken, andl there Is a family now on - ti t ,m y thw linnt, lt e m lemon, th1- f leat',"' IIi,,. t[i., 1,1,i" t th P-apsa illo. the favored region are more inter-t-
ICoast railroad to Miami in 1096. ev`y piece of government land in- gniva. au,.t ,s'or, utf nihw-r itrori-al an] rui.l rp:,pi,,al i'iu-its grow to ing than more physical con'dlltions.
I put even then there were settlements the district. perfection. They have put real value into the
%o the south. Coooanut Grove aud Amount of Redland Ia Limited. M.,,t is also a winter veg-tnahli garden. A large proportion of thi land by their Intelligent application
Cutler were the principal points. The The Redland country is only of ,N of riht principles farming. They
latter was headquarters for the Per- limited extent. It embraces about tomato'" ,;old in the north d.lu'ing thit mouths otf .lanuarv. Febrruary ofv rightpendedmuslef fand monThey
rine Grant, aud became the enLtrepot two congressional townships. There and Marh come from the Redlands and the adjoining glatdes. in making a dozen trees grow whre
for he arl setler oftheRedind ereuni;abot Jl~ih'jn.~sea~ inIn mak'inug a dozen trees grow whore
tor the early settlers of the Redland were on13 about 3rnil hmesreads In It is a .onst-rvative estimate to rsay that in a irood se-ason fi' ito seven thousand cars of fruits one formerly occupied the land.
Country. the district. These would not have and vgtahls-qare hipped from the Rfiand .ontr. The homesteaders were mo-tly
: Berore this time it had been part remained unclaimed a wek In the to $10.0 per acra en and women of limited means.
f the oeminole Inda hunting prairie country of the west, but thYet velpntaonly gu. Pret land pries vary fro $40. to per acr men ad women of limited means.
of the Seminole Indian hunting prairie country of the west, hut the I1*Lq'e'P1" ". f"" .,., **11 i 1, T-inv had no surplus "ash tor ei-
ground. Deer. beat, turkeys and other character of the rocky pine lands did for uncultivated- tracts. The tendency towards hivilhr values is very strong, espe:i.lly whl-n thilr returns Thpertments. They surploame ahfromr thex
Skin of game were abundant. The not appeal strongly to those who per acre ar? .'onnidered. ranks of farmers, artisans and la-
SIndians resented the intrusion of first looked It over. Bearing groves are valued from $.',i) to $1,2r0') per acre. Thpey ring returns which will average borers, with an occasional profes-
the very early settlers and frequently One mau sai 1. "The land did not fIrom 2, to 3n ner -ent on these,- anilut 'hi i a ,,,nsrvativ' statmnt. sional man or merchant The gov-
met fire to the pine woods in an effort look as If It were worth I1 cents f 2 t 5 p o n th ntd tatem t ia n m r erca
to discourage them and drive them an acre for farming purposes An- The I-dlan.ls are l- illingl ur. rapidly 1 iti ,ople troi all part of thi ,- Unitd ,tates antd foreign ertniet never gave u acres of land
out. other remarked. "1 lived in the vil- countries. They are the right kiun ot s,.-tters. too, for tlih-y are plutting their tini, iund money into furtlthr to more deserving aprllrants, and
Oh rk_,-rP Iino body of homesteaders ever return-
The Perrlne Grant Is a township large of Homestead four years before d'ev-Iopnient of th,: contry's resources, ed better value in the way of devel-
Sof land lying north of the Redlands. I thought enough of the country to There are schools. ehureirs, lodesP and social nrdanizations opment From most unpromising
Tt has given to Dr Henry Perrine take a claim." Ti s FI,,uiula East C',ast Rai'ilroad paqsts tliriougth the Rdlands and a station every mile or two conditions to begin with, they have
by thb, congress of the Unired States They all appreciate its trunk value f . f ,,.. made the Redlands the most famous
in 1 3 .) onn cond ition that he w onuld now .nd ye t it I , hea p at $ .'.o 'i t "ad ,'-, r, t l Tra e it -1 d t etr ct in F lo rid a |the o t a ou s
place an actual settler on each s ec- a n acre. when citrus fruit land in Tlhen. r a unim o11 I la,'kin housq. to propr,- th pro(t.,t thl' so nil fir thi narl.et. ditrIt i InFleresn to trace back therida.
tic~n It is Interesting to trace back the
tion of land and would Introduce and the Rpdlands of California hlrh )lie Ii' lumher mill at Prineritni tand n iiiiinlcr of siaill ',rs s7eattere.l tlhrouglihout the district hioriesteaiders to the state or cotu-
engage in the culture of tropical will grow no better trees rings from -ir a rra' 1 ial9v r.-iiinp the pitir, f-'re -it ii.l ftiruishiini liiher or the flniaiy tnew l\ii lins-nuw ill o0lirse tr frontrom whi. h they came. just to
and semi-tropical plants of corn- 5iT',i .l to $1,,iot,, per acre of ri t re'z he cosmopolitan charter
*mercile value that were not indigt-n- The limited amount of this choice realize the cosmopolitan character
Sous to the country. fruit sodl will tena to, chance a- -A hard] pL.ved road runs thrcil'.i i th,' R-lnn. f.o, t nnu Irt to, south., n, kinl, i journey from iof the people Nearly every state
Dr. Perrin.e establlshe.l hl home ues. as. will also the large vnarietrv nii nt to r. tIr.it a pla.,-siai .iD nt ,f "e,.--ral l ii t1_- in tlill a 1l Il ic [Itih,1r ha ilrd1d 0,1 ra d '_ a inr h-t 1 ilt and of the European countries.
on Indian Key, an isianl.. near thlie whirh can be grr.,.n. The aro. diato lte di rii t i ll ,',,, I, I.,l, lblldII IWith tit,? Fl.,ifi l; ii.h ys in Ile iil England, France Bilgum, Den-
Ssouth end ori Biscar'yne Bay, where it now a strong rival of thA grape Tihe l lan,- gro\,-. Ire alnio-t tp-,if-,t in tlh.-ir ,,-,pet-te tIf.-a ai', greniiand hardy, the mark. weden Norway. Switzerland,
There was a small settlement. In fruit and the orange na a moine.. fruir hri-.it iindi .l.cn The ti cT.- I-,lit1 hturin, ,-arl .ilni. ke,-p it itp. Tli. ir an, als,0.n.- ol tlh dliseases Italy arid Austria have represerita-
August. 1840, Dr. Perrine was killed maker The mango i rapidiv gro.i- ies The Bahama Islands. Canada
by the Indlians. After that little was ing Into pubi' tavor A se-iaon wh.h '?itltn f i tlir ''-i Thl.- ll. i lvis iliniktio other par of the British Em-
done In the way of settlement About will groviw almost any kind ofi a Iree ,.iI wt..-r i foiundh at d,-ptli,h, vring from four to -eight t.-,,t. Th,. supply is unlimited A nll id he ar o tbe miBture. For
settled p~~~ir headdtohe mixre. For
1 66 J. A. Addlions ettled on the need fear no ovel-produt.u n tlhalt is i,-'-.-;ry tit o't \vdl,'.-r I t ilri'e a pip.: iito thie crould,i ai-1 to ,ttrt pI) lniP i tthe most part, however, the real-
shores of the bay, and seventeen Second Staae of Deuelopnicnt I Is.. .... dents of the Redlands are of Amerl-
years later Wim. Fuzzard located Renched. "_--.---_- ... .. ~ _._--dnt h an descent.
near him. Mr. Fuzzacd now lives In The country has now renrhed the -- The near-by estates of Georgia and
Miami and is connected with the second stage of It's development. the Carollnas contributed' a goodly
Bank of Bay Biscayne. Men with money are coming In and d number but weoteri states dle Kaln-
In the spring of 1S96 a successful purchasing tracts of lani varvire inan UIIsas and Oklahoma are very well rep-
'..i t1 tJ riseated. ThOse who have seen
effort was inaugurated to fulfil the extent from ten a. res to a hiuin.lreJ.l n ho e ve ee
terms of The. Grant by the heirs of Where the honi.steader rlant.'-I a Potiier portions oT the country devel-
Dr. Perrine. The Florida East Coast grove of a few acres,. the new ar- e p n of th l e 1 Cmi a i I ,3..1 ol
Railroad undertook the task and re- rivals are planning to put out en. p d from raw lands 'rou towns are the
oelved half tWe land for its work. twenty and thirty acres of fruit m j' aa u I D l u "ost enrhnislas'tc about the Redland
Dr. S. H. Riohmond was placed in trees. Every few days new nork I. I Cmi ao country. They have a very clear
charge with lesAdquarters at Cutler. started. On every Ode the for-st i i country. They have a very clear.
He placed a settler on every section being c i down, the u rnps ,care ,]el to r e
an pane topca resbae int g entd th paniethe ziupg-riiteI I The late-comers. those who areI
and planted tropical trees P t o an the paretogrbe. Rich Soil of the Pine Lands Grows Luscious I ruit in Wonderful Quantities. While the Inowt g land and planting groves.
to the land was finally issued to the The smoke from the burning pines Deep Marl of the Prairies is Especially Adapted to the Growing of have probably more mead s than the
heirs TheEarly the clearings a.sTend like inenseD earlier settlers and they are doing
he rly Setew. to the heavens. This Is not destrinuec- Tomatoes, Vegetables and Grasses. things on a larger scale. They do)
The efforts put forth to attract tlveness, as a fruit bearing tree will not eavea the t me to wait ar s the
settlers to the Perrine Grant brought take the 'place of every pineI that is _______ homesleaders had; they are spending
-many people to Cutler. Learning removed. The stumps of the treer-. large sums of money and want to
that there were government home- are shattered b ly ,namitp t-.fore he.- TThere are t.u dlstlnt kinds c thitsee lands available tir trep that mile? apart largely to accommodate get results as soon as possible. Many
steady to be had by living on them ing set on fire. Often the disrtharge laud in thi- iTr-n, r---piun inl and | iil Ore of si.lvice tou man tie .lipijri-,os ut produce. In most of of them are planting Ill acres some
and fulfilling the homestead require- of the blasts sound like the roar of prairie Th.- hiein _aieads are- alinist The exl-, se of clearing thi s land lihese riaet-- there are from one lo 2f: acres and In larger amount. One
.ents, some of the more adventur- artillery in battle. It. Ia the noiosp exchistiv,-.\ pine lands. The land is tarue snehI hat. It has heen done five parking house, and in a good northern man has contracted to have
.dou' ones struck out Into the lands of civilization making war against ro,-kv .anti antily coter.d v ith .soil 1ndJer fa.oraL.le irouimitarnes as lowv sea-son probably three thousand cars 160 acres put in. 411 acres each year.
lying west and sonrci- of The Grant. primitive conditions. Sevt-ral Iinis of |,alntrrlo's form ilhi -is *2f, I.er anie, and atain bhas .'ot of tont-icsf art-. shipriedl over the Many poor men are doing well.
This Is the region now known as the --unul,nr>rout-tt togeh.-h,-u '. itli ui.-r,.,i a.I high ias h$6,1 XVhre h.- riutter Eir ; 'oa-.t Railroadl from the sta- They buy 5 or 10 acres on small pay-
Redlands. A HOPEFL,. COUIRAGEOI7 1..s. i.lant running a.ik .ini a iar'-tvf u has t.1.en ":iKen ofif iv the,. h t miuls. t-na bit :,- Perritne and Detroit AA ments. crop on the cleared land or on
One of the first settlers to locate The Redlands arc often referred lholl;. It[he xi-.i.se o ,:u ring do 'n i lane- rb:nti:fr ,it laot-reirt ,re, needed t he prairie, and gradually accumu-
was W W. Oulbertson. He was the to as the Homesteadise(tfon It was "'ti,1f, n s ca en l,.a i s p-.u. a the i- a ,J I nl'uing tlieheu hat, I-, n ,- I'. 1 ,. i ,-, I -. and t.tr late a competence. Their capital In.
first to prove up on his claim, taking settled bv hopeful. (coilragcoil. hari. -,I rr t- n nie o i tie -eiall u ,io-n. r-ime Elui aiar;t-, Some iplanrt gro'es in i are hli. t 1- es I n ot,, ,' the little veBstei in land and grove is constant-
advantage of his time of service In working men and woienut-t-the same tre.-s hiiitii stand- ike lu arnrru of rnl urul partially cl,-earej and as tile i diutinc i- v. inter seasrtn. y lIncreasing. If they will have pa-
the army to shorten the necessary class that have made the great wPst giart. gtiardiig uh .-s:. res of tie th- trees legn t,')o grow eraluaily lyngieten[ thern rine 'tr a few years, caring" for
homestead requirements. He was fol- suchh a prosperous country Thos') Ever_.-la]lie- v hi.h -.rt-li hin a %il. nake- tr.t the .-rumps and the larger i t.i. ln, and the h,, v shore are the-r groves and gardens as busl-
lowed by Arthur Poland In 1`98. who came in the earit days enit-rAdl expan-.. t-,v .ard i-. ,- Oke Ihotb r It :roIl:. In thish t. tile initial --x- l. iri r rgIratds nss men do their stores. thev will
Then came Charles Gossman, who the hard experi-nceps of lhe pioneer is a ha,,Ilsum 1tre t ,r it- notlh wnih I-.nsi- of planting a erov, 1. larfc-ly ane ba.un1i-.n -,t lrI .d I.i in.dividuals eii In coUrse of a decade that thoy
has the distinction of being the first without knowing what would e rIe ,ts i t r,[ Eatc .-. f lou, ri-itrc pr mii rtdt anicn. i-i-I -an-i.i iltl) Into t- have a valuable Piece of land and a
a~~~~ccr- Iriv t Wher-e prtq,lr iireiihage haea- lal ~c fln n
actual settler who has lived continu- uttimate value of their land The nuell-s, it i, intt-l in ir i rinnu Th,-re is a diff-ert rce of opinion i s., ,ir, ,-tn rlh-e tra, a can be int-n- -'etable rvenuie.
ously on his homestead since entering late corners saw .hat luail been d-.n, and pi. i I.Eiisi e in 1I ,,l Fie as thp ift-rossit, of it.ing ,1tna- ,M,.nV tatror-,i ant bring big retrrnt Man is a social being and wants
It. Following "him came Henry already and soon pase-1 through the It uI in ih. Su,.-c.-t'v h,.,p-hl hat i lt it tmreaki.:ing up the r, k h-f.,:,r One ,onl[itinv hias .-''. iiiI arers which contprany. This problem has been
SGoasman, 0. W. Hill and John pioneer stage They all realiz.- nowv the riithiq, haitJ uf the nva.iiit he trret- a tre planted S r- vl e ngarptet Oth-rs have Soled In the Redland country.
Slaven. These were the first settlers that they anewere.l the kno,k of co- t,..,rt It gr.-.I.- nall r- Mitl lslathr- lirae-tiam'- aintl d.thei tt- nou sl.li.r anim,,n'.. r tir t ar -dulng good Thrcown upon their own resources
on government land In the Silver oorttnlty when ithyv aneprtd IInc, ? ,-:nrrigh ofi tlhs.- priest to ,pr.-s.rve rh'I m Tihre does not srem t c. t- nui. h ,Jif- i ,,rk re uOre miu iid m.unTmrating the women have instituted all kin-Is
Palm neighborhood. Sam's offer of a free home In the iretpitl-,r andJl tl' atlv tracueid sky ftr-nru:-n in r.e-ila. alhhr,,gh it w.itid that all I ,ni' )I tforae' crops and of gatherings and have been second-
Farther down, near the present 1o- Redlan'd country, line v lii s h, it formed I). their r,:,p' arn.ear r-as.i-riable toi ..-pt.-. a har.ii-r ra-sr: can tie gro% in otn thu. pralrie ed In their efforts by the men. There
cation of the Redland postoffce. t A FlIrida si.iriset \ie'.eri thigh l"i "lunger1 lIvd trce tt-ui-r,- thi,- ror IftHe savys he ,'ai make .in iu-al str.k are club guilds and aid societies.
rlatd nklns made the first ento Henry Brooker says. "Anyone us- this icreern of' r liftler tri.ea and has been Io,'jeire I. Thi. rnid oti.=r f-arm ,,n thi [land. Another ;ayii he 'with all the social tcompaniments.
In 1900, and In the following year lang energy, enterprise an.1 judgment huis.i p tor is son.tetluing ne.er to he questions in regard Io thr. phlanting nili ia.irt FO.i acres In sugar cane The men ht've lodges and co-opera-
D. Mi. Roberts and Charles Sherrlitt can make a success on the trJcklnz forg-i ten t and care of ctrtus tre.-7' 11 i.- andl puit up a s.rini, mill It Is jitst ive associatirlons.
came In 1902, Mrs. M. E. Martin, lands east of Detroit One vear the ir is nn th.' rmire lan,.l where all' Ioii nd treat-d in special arti,-les in Eijih ,-frait. thatit ill eIti--uifllv work Ta.ken as a whole the people of
Geo. W. Kosel, C. T. Plummer took firm of Brooker Bros. had '2 acr-. thur. gro\tis 'ire planrted Th- pir.r-ers this elhe out satit a,-tory solutions fr the the Redlands country will measure
These. pioneersn, v arl, nngril -aroar i, huralproblems of South UP with any Giber community In the
up homesteads of tomatoes themt vieldeud 1025 crates huintted rit the r-t-hiol.- for tneir Fro-luedtl winter p an e ninue is n.ian\t acth Ihiuhal prof.ets of South up with any other community in the
These pioneers were followed by that sold for S18'ii net. At anoth-r trees. The-e not-ioies tar, In t-ire followed on the pinr land wlt-re the Flornida. united States and In some respects
others who came in gradually. There time we hal] 11 acres that care 4.rni0 from a new .vani1a square to an acre so"il irn of butrmle.t derh andil pir-t- --..eosa have male their country life much
was no rush, for those who took crates that hroutght t i $4,i00 net ur two The oil is -.-ni-tlm-s qulie did 'ercaips of btsars. ee p'anrts. prp- to. Reynolds came from De- more senjioyable and happy than Is
claims realized that the conditions This is an illustration as to what the deep an.] th frt -lers argued e an-i toatoes are produc.- irit wo years ago. with hp frst car the case in other new localities. Co.
lisureandnglized thatthe coneedition l Thraisi ~l o"Te- cnb rw e ]
wounding ie on ta homesteil marl prairie nill do." thtt trps might row there They e ran be grown earlier than on of terms. He ihas 10 acres of glade nlag almost from the ends of the
were hard There were only trails ere right about-t-trees dii do the paire an rea h he marl'ts an ad crop one In the wner earth they are being welded Into a
wer mghtabut f he onit n imefo th [i-nm-Heis la n gago-3soedin the lfwinteir. aiulAercnco atily
through the woods To get a load Dr. T. W. Shi-ids tells of enilng ama7ingy well, hut the,, hav found r e north n time 'or the em- He Is ao aed in the r inr- tpa American community.
of vegetables to Cutler where they F.000 crates of tomatoes being taken sinre that trees do jiist as well in ber and tanuory trade, bringing an,:e biismes, and works the terri-
were shipped to Miami by boat meant from 7 acres of Detroit marl land in the rockier soil Now groves are ver3 satisfa,-tory prices, tort from Palm Beach south for the YOUNG MAN'S COUNTRY
a journey of from slx to twelve hours one season, and 200 hampers of po- being squared up without much re- Prudential company, of which he has The Reland country is essentially
over rocky roads, tatoes to the acre. He says, "The gard to rock conditions, except to TE PRARE L NDS. been made the district agent, the place for the young matry is essentiallyke
After the East Coast Railroad climate here Is a thing of beauty and avoid the heay ledges. But even S. t he place for the young man to makenit
built through the Redlands In 1965, a jtoy forever." The doctor is of the in the rocky ledge-as the mango and Running through the HomeE,-ad,- Fred Young is a building contrac- h re that he had in the nprorth an
there was a more rapid growth. But I opinion that a man can make gool on the avocado .1o w.ll. Other varie- country from northwest to sourl,.ast tor, it Just no- he is working out tt in th opening days in those
as late as 1910 there were still a a ten acre tract if he is the right tjeas f rre.s will no doubt be found are a number of narrow prairie- and a plan to plant a tract of pine land se-ctions. The romance days of life
few claims left on the ontskirts ofl kind of man. to make practically every acre of glades Thes, strips are really rier in groves and sell tracts to people an be filled with as much in the
.., _beds to mtake care ofr th^ela Ie overflow in the north. aYof variety, of adVenture, of the
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The Oldest Grove in the Redland District. It was planted in the year 199 by D.iun M. Robert, lor exiernlmen-
tal purposes. The grove is -tclj o'.utd by the planter.


during the rainy season they are coy-i
ered with watr-r and a heavy grnoth
of naTivp gra-'ses. The water motea
slowly through tis imr.ed -.1 channel
and mrnch of It is absorrbed iu the
soil and the porous limestone ro,.k
beni-a th. The result Ir a storage res-
ervoir of moisture available for plant
life during the winier season when
thbE urfa.-e rif the prairie becomes
dry acd available for farming I
The soil is a marl of grayish cat't
and almost free from sand. Solome of
it is of go fine a textiire that. tt can
be used for F silver or gold polish
v. ithoit niarrmng tlhe- njmetal \\'With
very slight cultivation this prairie
can be prepared for t-miato plants.
anid oJutlde of fertilizing the nrop is
brought to perfection with a small
amount of labor.
The growers have some troubles.
A cold snarp may cut down the tender
plants, a heavy rain may drown them
otut, and then sometnies the plantf4
don't do well and no nn- can tifinit-
Iv tell the reason why Iot,. a- a
general proposifion. farming on the
glades: is a prolunabie hiiunmes. It
was the siliation orf most of Ifhe
honiesteail-r--, andil Cor.s of men will
tell anv iiVestiatnr tli:tit theirlu pro.-
F-rily has lih-F-n f-ae.-d upon tlhir
,rtl. .- of t inter .-! litle- h ltilt the,
v, .-re %.;iln: i mor .i]- gq it i to ni a-
torf Nia l\ iall the r,_'-idn.- mu- iri ti-,
Re-llt-rI Countny do nior or lest
w iiit c-r gartn i- u ng ( ii the u1-i 'a-r1
The railroad stations all through
tb-is country are only two and three


struggle r ith th." forces of natwn"'e.
of op,,ortunlty to obtain a couPO-
ten-c. 01 rsitahlishlng a typical Atler-
ican home and of making the 91ks
Oa t Of lire. -
The Etories of success are numner-
ous. One voung man In four years
savt.d -:U. .;m in uegetabhe growing
with which hlie started In business.
The president of the Bank of Home-
stead began with wage; of S1.215 per
day. Another started in-a small way
and has cleared 1Il O' in four
.ears in vegetable growing. A former
grocery clerk now has a place valued
at 1 2 s.,j iii t 2 .ti',. the result of
eight .ears development of his grove.
rhese are not rare cases. They are
the common experiences.
Some, of course, make failures,
hut that is common in every new'
ointry. But the, young man with
the right stuff in him can make good
in thi s-ectlon It he has some mon-
ey to iartt with, things will move
more quickly mor him, but money In
not the main consideration for s-uc-
cess. What he need-l is a determlna-
tion to win in spite of all obstacles.
To such a young man tee Redlands'
afford exceptional advantages.
He can -put out a winter garden.
There is no trouble in securing plea..
ty of land to rent. The fertilizer
necessary to make the crop sla the
heaviest expense, but If he should
have a good season that wlU appear
small In comparison with the returns.
If he has a poor season, he can try
again. There Is plenty of work at
all times for the man who wants
to work for wages No one need fear
privation in the Redlands who has
two sturdy hands and a willingness
to give an employer value received
for his wages.
Some of the young men work for
wages for a season before they pur-
chase land. This Is not a bad plan.
It gives them the oportunlty to be-
come acqutainted with the country
and its peculiarities. They are work-
ing then on surer ground, knowing
where the best land can be obtained
and becoming better acquainted with
values.
The young man who will come tS
tlhe Redlands and put out a grove Is
In the sure way to a permanentAW,
cess. It means owning his own .ipe,
and In a few years having a. laiu"l-
come. What better can nine-tenthi
of the human family expect to do?,
In most of the cities the struggle foai
an existence Is hard and bitter.
Working for wages la a nightmare
for the man with a family. Most
worklngmen and salaried officials ao.
cumulate nothing against a rainy
day.
Here, If a man does have a hard
time for a fen years while his grove
is maturing, he has the satisfaction
of knowing that as the grove takes
on age his cariltal stock Is increase
ing He has an increasing Incom=,
each year and his grove beooineal
more valuable.
Many are following out these lines
now and there Is room for thousands#
to Jo the same thing.
Young men in making your plans,
come to Dade county and make W
tart. "Today is your dayetd mine,
the only day we have; the day In
whIbh we play our part." It Is to-
day that the Redlands offer greal
things for the young men; It Is to-
day that he should make his start.

ONE OF THE FAVORITE SPOTS
All Florida is a land of Promlse
to the mnan who Is looking for Msum-
mer conJlirions all the year around
and for the opportunity to enjoy the
oGlt-dionr life without discomfort.
But there are special localities
which have particular attractions fog
thoe who desire to combine profi-
table occupation with the tempered
breezes of a semi-tropical climate.
One of these favored spots Is the
Redlands country, beginning thirteen
miles soith nnd six miles weat. of
Miami. and extending to the tip of
the nimain lanrj twelve miles farther
south.


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For over six years we have been closely watching the
fruiting of citrus trees planted by the early homesteading


growing and
settlers in the


Grapefruit Trees
Eight Years Old
Adjoining Our Lad
ARE BEARING THEIR THKM CtOW,
ESTIMATED THIS Y7AR AT 12 TO I
BOXES PER TREE, ABOUT 70 I
PER ACRE.


GRAPE


FRUIT


TREES


bear heavy regular crops of the best quality---After thorough investigation
we bought as soon as the rock roads were assured an entire section, six
hundred and forty acres, of school land high enough to never be under water.


Over


half million


The SOONER
YOUR
Redland Orchard
IS STARTED
The SOONER You
will be
INDEPENDENT


now growing on this sec-
tion have made a remark-
ably strong and vigorous
growth, not excelled in
our nursery experience.
This, with the continued suc-
cess of the older groves, proves
that THIS is the PLACE for a
CITRUS ORCHARD


Citrus


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Present Indications i
are that
JANUARY 1st
will see our 80 Groves
All Sold.
Those who wait may
be TOO LATE


Trees


First series of 100 acres nearly all sold within first month. Price of second series orchards are $1,550.00.


Ten per cent


down, balance $25.00 per month.


WITHOUT


INTEREST or TAXES.


"First come, first served."


ACT QUICK!


Investment for those who cannot afford to speculate


SPECIAL


NOTICE


To those who want a place for a winter home already developed:
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We have subdivided our original Nursery tract of about 100
acres 3 miles from Greater Miami, into 1 and 2-acre Home Lots.
Many of these Home Lots have BEARING GRAPEFRUIT
TREES on them. Some have also ORANGES and LIMES, while
others have FINE, THRIFTY AVOCADO TREES growing and get-
ting to a bearing age.
Some lots are suitable for vegetables, strawberries, etc.
A number of these HOME LOTS FACE Bay Bisoayne, with a
beautiful view, while all of the Home Lot owners will HAVE FREE
ACCESS to the Bay by public roads only 1-4 mile long.


All of these Home Lots are HIGH, DRY and WELL DRAINED,
Ready for Immediate Use
This property has the HIGHEST and FINEST location of any
Bay view WINTER HOME LOTS anywhere near Miami at LOW
PRICES.
The prices range from $500.00 to $1200.00 per acre, depending
on location and the number of trees thereon.


The terms are REMARKABLY EBASY, being mdy 5 per *tl
down and 5 PER CENT EVERY THREE MONTHS, deferre pay.
ments bearing 6 per cent interest, payable annually. A dte ca l t
per cent will be allowed all cash purchse._rs./,


NO TAXES until a deed is taken.
The Title is guaranteed TO BE PflPWCT.


Map and INVENTORY OF TRUEB on ach tWKIR LOT frtst
on request.
Possession may be had WHEN ONE-THIRD OF PRITCE Whas/
been paid. /


Also four
fishing.


beautiful bay front tracts, ranging in size from 6 1-2 to about 15 acres each, with full riparian rights. Fine boating and
Beautiful stone house (8 room) on one lot. Prices and terms for either of these water front lots granted on request,


Excellent Church and School Facilities


If you can, call at our office and talk it over--Otherwise write for full particulars, stating size
of Home Orchard preferred--We will then give full and accurate des-
criptions of lots we think would suit you.


The


MIAMI OFFICE


Griffing
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Brothers


Co.


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429 Nineteenth Street
211 Twelfth Street


Reference: Dun's


NURSERYMEN
or Bradstreets, look us up. Deal with people who are responsible for their statements.


Miami, Florida.


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PURCHASERS:
ARE AMPLY
PROTE CTE D
AGAINST
Probability of Loss by
OUR GUARANTEE and OUR
RESOURCES and FACILITIES


REDLANDS
Of Dade County, Florida, where


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CO-OPERATION ALLOWS US TO DO
THIS BY THE INVESTMENT OF ONLY
$1,500.00 ON PAYMENTS OF ONLY 10
PER CENT DOWN AND $25.00 PER
MONTH, FOR FIRST SERIES OF 100
ACRES, THE ORCHARD PAYING PART
OF THE COST. DIVIDENDS WILL BE
PAID TO THE PURCHASER, START-
ING WITH THE FIFTH YEAR.


EIGHTY LOTS OF FIVE ACRES
EACH, OF THE VERY BEST LAND
HAVE BEEN SELECTED. TAME
WE WILL CLEAR AND PLANT, CARE
FOR, FERTILIZE AND CULTIVATE
THE TREES, AND FINALLY TURN
OVER A BEARING ORCHARD HAViNG
A VALUE OF AT LEAST $,000.00 CA-
PABLE OF PRODUCING AN INCOME
OF $1,500.00 OR MORE PER YEAR.


In the ENTERPRISING village of SILVER
PALM, located on this land, we have set aside
Fifty A cres to be laid out in beautifully planted
Parkways and Wide Streets.
EACH PURCHASER will be given a fine 50x140
residence lot, without COST.


The first carload of Grapefruit from the Redlands this season sold
in Chicago for $7.00 per box; figure at least 5 boxes per tree for 70
trees per acre--$2450 per acre; cost to produce and market about
$650.00 DO YOU WANT A REDLAND GROVE?


The Commiuaion ]ouaem of St. Louis, Mo, report
that among their trade there is a REMARKABLE
INCREASE ? DEMAND FOR GRAPEFRUIT
over any PREVIOUS SEASON. The inceased de-
mand is same in other markets.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2,1912.


RfIMAND EDITION, SECTION 2.
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Redland Home of G. S. fcClure.


Towns Every Few Miles;

Energetic Business Men


All Are Equipped With Packing Houses and Facili-
ties for Rapid Handling of Fruits
and Vegetables.

Towns and communiiies a r e 1to grow. Tbev are like ilhp ou
springing upIj all through this dis- I groaes ahirh surro,,inl thein. th
trict ana as the land be-.otiies sub- have been planted. hut i ill ne.
divided into suall tria,.its tii,-. will tiine to mature The ue\oelopnje
increase iu size and ml.-iortance. N thI conirtr will prtal 0, e large(
Along the railroad. Goulds is the ng te line *o fictes nri- rf
first point in rhe Honiestr.a ,._ou .- abia l. rd t. The t'po'lth 2 .ill nma
try. It is. tlje paekiig hot .e .,,L-nl.tr. tt,.' Ir h ml'~- o- thit r i.Ila. -s
Then cones Blac'k Point and Prin,--,- Th, to" i n i.i l t I, 1.- *t- nlv ti
ton. The latter is ibe sa-.:niill lis-c- c'ri't-r tI thi soio. l an] thuslnt_
trict. It probably has rie larg.- r E;t 1 111 \\It[i ar i,.ti.1eJ SvTFl
population. composed mostly of th.e o rock roii, itt will I- noi i dtffli. ul
employees of the Drake Ltniber t"o it'l th_, -ople rn go ironm or.ne [.
Naranja has packing house- -tore, t tll ditri 1 I) tit.- ..tior Ex
hotel and church, hil thi-rea are oiyi I )now thit i, dor.:- Wli,-r, the lati
a few resaden,-es Modello has a. au nit-rt'3annifit at th,. lt;iil
store, a newspaper anI a scatt-.red ll ar 'ia1Jlani, li-.i.l- ; rttr.nj ir
community. Homestead Is rhe-e mst Prin'eton. Narinia t-l,,imeiJI ai
Important town. li't has a ninhmber SIvet Palm. Otn S i n d a .' i t
of stores, a bank, a newspaper, a "h'irrhim at Silver Palm have
school, and a number ot' re-,len-es. 'ndarnts from a half dozen iueig
It Is growing fast. Detroit is the boring lo'allties.
farthest south, but has potential pos- All these .,la' -s are closer tog-t
sebllities. It Is the center of a big er. Soni of' the rail-al statio
trucking district and the offices of are only two miles apart, andi t
tha..Detrolt Land and Development day will undoubtedly 'ome nwh-n t
Co.. are located here. A tn.own hall, whole of Homestead ontntry \\ill
hotel, stores and bones are arliong a continuous and c.-nrnerted ?omin
the Improvements. There is a canal ty. It can te made the most beai
running nine miles to the bay. ful spot in the world i if The reihr:n
Back from the railroad are two IB- will onh' maLe use of the orportui
teresting communities. Sliver Palm ties whhb:. nature hias so laishb
has two churches, the best school placed in their way.
house In the district, a store, black-
smith shop and homes scattered There are more automobiles m
aboit, edlands has a church, a torcvcles and bicyvrles in Dade rou
guild hall. a town hall, a store and, a
a scattered community. Y today, according to porulatlo
Those places are all in a forma- than In any other section of the Un
tive state. They are just beginning ed States.


S Home eof 0. W. Hill. one of the Ho me-tenders
Neilihborhood.


of the Silver Palm


Trees and Plants of Redlandst

To enumerate ;hat will grow in nuamrie all th tc.t.oers woulf he too
the Redland. woul.lh he like leCilig t inLi'tn ot a tl:I for tiltie writer o"f this
the list of plants uanmed in a sed artii Ie.t bt in .Jiitn.a about tlhe
catalogue. Practically evf.r3 plant coitntr3 he has sien ?n,.h a Irot'fitton
grown in the temperate zone dues of heaItiful tfoliaee and flowers that
well and moqt of the trupical vege- he voniders vwhy anyone would tie
tatlon can be rined ie more or leas i:- iicontent to drr anything else in this
ceaatully. .1 Iliorron of Flohida cxc,-r.,t to grow
Cocoauijt palms and the statelI tbinr'.
o3oyal palms crow an-.yieire. Thi.' Some on- has prepare. 3 list of
palms have t- en eialled thlie lrhi, e sonie ,-,f th,- fr iit ai n.J '. e- -tahbic.
of the v-egtihle. Ithar di-o well hei;e htt it is only par-
Flowers anid Ahrubber.v %grow nlux-I t:,il for eter3 vpear n,-, spties are
urlantly. Those (onitnon in the nnrih i b -ine brought to ['dil citu otny for
-lpread out a.il atrin rit ',o aid lhiee trIv t Tie litt iq ste ddl, in reat-
tlim es their ordinar i. -izfe 1to'i_ F 'tf I i llerr I. i the li,;r ii n't-iitt.-d:
ev'ry variety gro,' iporoii t-1', i u- (i .niic-I, grali-lr-t.l lerrions, Bar-
flower to |)rie l'llnii Tit stlrl ,iilh,- l,.i .ii'- el)i-elherri. I-airaiint.li cia e
ings ut a t, jo-'i an bie t title ;ts l- a Ro l'.',, i;,. Lt'lt.'- nut. ainr ii. 'fr
'iful almost nas the (.litr'letii of Edt-n '|i'ani;hli llnT. gudva3, loquat., man-
They de.Fsrve IliO nailh' Theo proor1 gte_.- m-lon poia.iw,- cerinani ota-
lojan can lia tev thits ni hii loori.mrd1 hrite go,-seh,-irrips, e-aro)b-. iher]-
as 'ell as lli,' nrth- al Ihi r i, rit.-'i rw, as. inn l:'iriiq.htit'. a '.'. '.i.1-',
ed i, to rpl.nirt the'ii. Ttl.-rr is ot tith.? ,',i,' nUihit;. i i tarii jai .le. date- ,'ga-
least excuse for anty ho" e in Li ajo fii iLt. .iri, apri-i s oinn;,-r.ridatt-si ]i.i.?
county not h being h 6 'ii of' 1 i|.|ll-s. .lF.ot, i lllal s.,'tiI .,Op, sl ugar .1.-
heait'' Only bt' cirleBs an, d \Iazz', l h-1 tillac I h tierries hmijieri ICEs.
man has an iur l .ptor iliartift If,, ie g I rr.-' k- e.' er% r,._ '', l1,.rn r,-a, hri-.,
place. I ctani hor tri r- ll .ii nit i ti.la-., i.dina-
The h.\biscus anr oleand'ri attain ri:ts. -.i.tl htniti. .''lvt beansi i riceont
splendid pruopor io ins .n i ll'io m nla rtaM tontt, -. p.,t atui.-e. j-- l'isni:.
the year -round. The pWoi it, t I| i-''r-1' 1i.I -l)t. |iiillt ;irtt .ts-is ,d.
a brilliaaL.buaB... J'tua..'t 6'a i,-. itli-t i Iri'sh pi.ttiuL .IUJ6.i. ojkrd, b-htin,
vated I1"'.I'a.t, lhaditd spots. To ipea-. karffir iton, iane.


A Pen Picture of Future Redlands

I --I By J. E. JUNKIN I


', .:;* F TIIE PI'lOl'IFE of thi.' R'.'llacl ,',', itn i ,-re' sati .i witht present a:'.:-ompliash-
11'1 t .9- m,,nl-,, 1 t v I., d ,I a-,- I p, I,,r ,.oiIII-ntrE i],,v,11 ti,.i- ,.v ai ,h-, .r th- dJ.-- lopm ,ent so far
-'; -" ,., I .. 1 11 4-i a I ',.\ ,, 'i,, .p,,t. n a t- ,',.'it t -.it .I pi, ,-.. N tit ,ore tean 5 per r e at
I'.1'"1'- '.' '' ,I I t' t i',til.,i'l.' Ittil i, in i ,''. ,'s i' nIuoi r iii .,tt, ..ii Tih.- work ha hardly begun,
f.' ,' it' ol ,t th, liittt.-,l '., itiiti orf l..,voC '-d Ij.i-l lI h -,.'-t ,as higH h as ri'.C thousand cars of
P 1 p rl',l.[lir '- t,, II+;-II"*-*t int fir .,-;>'; ,-,rn.
N itt. whil' tlie l', .lind.-r is -w.lini i, ti i Ii' ini_' Pre-'ptnt. he alsok has a vision
ot ti.'' I'''il t r;. Th. i ,l li iii .; ,. tt y .i' li. ,11 1 t i I, ''o i. Th. golden age is
,,.-1",,..r hii, II,. r,. mi ,,-ir iil.l, lih, !, rl .'.. ,.r ,, r :., hil' ttire ] >i ,r. IIe Is painfully
at\r,'- of th r. [', .nt n i Strt- l,1- to1 b.tl,,l,- 1ii .1, irai ,o ndtitio)-;. 'I-ut through it all he can
s .-,' thlie F titit e f.4 tl H ,.,lilini,' :-,, i ,Icrly i, St .J,'lin ,-ii th,- rttil)arit ti of heaven front
ithi. 1i4I.' ot P'tIIL'.',S. T' 15 :, t41iith i.,uu, ,id l upolln ab-oiut.' .:\ide e and not upon
A ^ ln,'ri-i tiinileSti' t"u ,:,[il,]i wy h,,.[. -.

What. uf lhe Fiiri-"
The country will be diicl,,d into five- and t-n-i're trarets. ThbPre will always
p. sonnp lai'rer "-tiitvs, but it, the nain th sinall' r 'Iholiiiu,,s will predominate. There
..'.-..V, i- a tc'itil'ny already to sult.di',.' -- Theri arce i -re cruv,'-s of bvc- aires and under
-''- '" thi.,n al.ove that ,ize 'i tlir, portion will ini:-a'ae as thie countryy grows older.


R. L. Moser'. Home in Longview District. *"


Arti'ti.- hrii'-, \ will thli'-n :e-.,it the riii, 'The arv it'ltt,,'tuie of tropical ooun-
1 trie v% i.t t.-t will, l, s, ,.,.wt,,, in ,, adPeptd tar this c-arNntry, Wide vfndas will sur- ulia N tn
d onn,.l the hin-, .. vwhi.li will dl-, h:i,. ],r.',- r 'y r,.nnns with an ;l'id:in, ; of, -t"opoui s. lThe soft trad.l.' U l u
S v.-ind. tinn I,,-. tij ri".,l ai ud ,l,,iii'-t.t it'-, t tuiuitur to the d"W l:.er a ,:..iflrt and t, follow certain path-
ayt lh.,llh thehe' s. Holds M oist
Th. homes will he surr:,in.:l,-,l by trer's and flowering pIlans,. Palms will 'nard the gateways. A
i'Ir-iW nat ivp pin, "ws" '-murail -,:.;,ls nd t,, th storm ti,'ll be le-t't standing; at, .wtiples of the virgin
,t'at id on ,.., iiittit of1 their l,],'titir,.n.us,,rI Chemical Analysis Does N
Thi main] f, iturn, ot th., lad,':;lp'- will Io ti', ',-r lefrtuit and orang',- riv,'s. Th, qo will cover a ---Tilth, Drainage,
i portion or t ,,vry tra.i and u .Iy r ,id In tl, t Io-lstung mi orn ths o t nt,-r the ri-,-h perfumes from "l ,
i hl hl,-omintg t"',., "ill rill rh- ar with ors lik h "r thoosU M e" spicy shor.s ,f ,Arobie the hblest." Elements to b
AIways tlit,- _liieniutg i, ureen I-ave, will b= restful atil paledasing to the j-yr. In theb summer and fall the i
]'right .v.tllow o t W Ai.'Cale'r it iind thl it.,t <''ig.i.od ot the orange "%ill form the most pleasing con-
S tilit t. tI,,,t N.,tiiurr. Ii, t i,- ot ft a t'tts., t an 6t,,.]ltpI d The sPoils of the R.dlands varies
Tyv a S somewhat. iucb of it is a clay or
0.1 The .I, ot frutli,-rei 'ed atr'.. will till the air with plnaing notes. The m-okin_ bird will marl similar in texture to th e marl
nt sing It, lnte'-t aii, tli. r-. t'ir.l ill pipd-i hib sw ,r'-t.pst l,-ve tiit'.s to his inati:. The lh:',-r'ful t-ill of tihe! prairies that adjoin the pine lands.
9'- quael will n iitn,.l.|i iltih the cooing 'f the do ,,. Thi1 liirpinrc of the sparrows, the rilbins. the larks The redness no doubt comes from
" tlnd thi' lit.li,,,irds "ill h b ilp .I rl.hestra ai.prinwi nti o\th.el tr lh s,-,,s rft their mor, gift',d rvlhtives. At the oxldizatiop of a small quantity of
ike i i 1ron lwhl h analysis h;as shown this
jilty \-.i t ,- a l ltlt.: itiu th nii ht tho wi".-rd nules ih:, w|p.p,-r.will will ,. h, rd *lk, a lo sit l contains The clay was probably
pie -ipirlt Te.tlhlnnd Th,- wulr ,if' ga iht-hawkk' wil.' and thp hoa.r t tioA on l ill _,i\- a variety to depoaitd in ages past by overflows.
ns it ,-"'\i',s 'it thie uiiht Ali-nig the glades will be sei'n-i tie stately hlri.cn in hin,. and iWhitte pltiumgA. This ,.,il varks in depth from sev-
h*m .iW unnawtylv ,i., ( an Li drilntniern.s otht'r variety is ofm writer fowl. It will be a gr,:at plac' for the one eral inches to a foot. It i uneven
tv "hoWs l,.,'' i.; il ,, ,iit.,t-d.:ors aind the works of Hi; hands. In depth. The fiats have the larg-
rt est amount oft soil; the rocky ledges
n Th,. mat,,n- wht]ilh now line the railhroad, ev,,ry f:w mnils will hpeome tlirvit'vi towns. There will the laim. The unJoerlying rock is
i1s l i,- N ,o ,ii rr_ l.-,,:'lri -., ,yr. il, ,iils. trtit i'r,?-,w\ inq plants. Thp sw ,:.tn,-.ss n hi, t thrh o l,'hny ntf Nature almost pure carbonate of lime. This
I'l ,-\lrdxro 't. iii, t il .,iii1 woi rn,' ai -.tntshii liti.' vill I-i, r,- d'-nd.I-n into, .rllits in,.l matn l,;i l' s iand otlher pat- rock Is usually soft and easily
3n1 a1t-ti.klinn n e-, ,i,...ti i t'.,r I.ss favor,'d re .ions o"f their earth. The. red, li.iseion? tomato will be cannhid broken up by a charge of dynamite.
nil
e ai ml pl ,,,l ; .!il' ad|l.,,-i'l a a i .in Li ,1n its inii-tou to .atisfv the .oriavinjs_ in m millions :t f humt es wh:re There Is little or no fertility 1.0 the
at- *..,.-t:il],.>. in tlitt. 'r,.- n,... ,.annt bhe ,l.tai .-ld. soil. but that helps to make it al-
-most. ideal for the culture of citrus
I- Back from tl,, i't riilro'id will lh, so,:.Si, I'eit',-rIs lk, SikeiH'r Palh an'd Redlands. Churches 'iwill trees The natural conditions of
'rnm tlihe basis for ti-r a,.tvi\itis. ThI v" will not b, ','I, d itil ftrin'Iit mr iniini''iits tto a dry-as-dust th, 'l- a warni temperature and plenty of
h- Ih. lit willI pkic.itl- with huttlii y'i-Ll tn rItlhies andi r ,-pondI to thO ill oI f human ln:,ds. Titev will he aailabie moisture give trees a start
tue ,Iinnir :tt~ h ito un o t]rh,, h'tit not ~..,.'t ari~trt in pr'att t,. b rotdht,-ll l-t'rtii Sl'c it now; pLirea s thbrough- and the aid ltlon of the necessary
he "itunnatioinl i1 .in tr t a or t n- ri'n in prb" *t" A hrodly t.-iit spIi o ails throh- plant food in the way of fertilizers
Ile tit llii, ne.w country and th. to-Vu.yv will b, tnw.,rds a real I'roth,.r,-,od of nuan. supply all the other requirements
I-r Thir'- wvill It., 'Ii,,-'i- ,labs. einn's lodges aud s',,i-itieb for thel hoys and girls. Modern life de- for perfect development. The trees
ni- man thoese- oprporturnitis for pI,.pl, to g.-t t' ,I-thi.r. Thi-y h-,.lp to r. .tran eatvil tenderiies and t'-nd In the Rrllands, where given the
t1 to d,:v,-I,,,,-. tl ],, I it th, t'l I i cdivi, l. Th.-y afto'r opp,.rtuntily for s,:r i.-. The people whlo are till- proper attention, are thrifty and full
3" T Of frtlt.
Ai-i ing upIr th I;,.,lh,,Id ar,- .anrrally a G.-,d-f-anrug h,,n,eo.lmi. nehhNrly ,,,. Wh,:,u the, get togth- some portions of the Homestead
ly er ini ehulrt or sot.i'ty tH ltr.,nit., an il.roaseu ot thli'-r \irtu,..s. "Iron s larpevurti iron, so a man sharp- Country have more or leea an-d. but
-:nli thi'- ,:.iuit':.iiai'e of a fri,-nd." ther red color prevails In varying
In frint o(f ev'v hloni,' will ie a zimnoth, roc'; road. The surface will he like a white ribbon degrees. There seems to be no dif-
0- t1hroln a t' fir,.-.t f .,"'en. Atictriian u lmi.i,. tnua lypt,-.. i,]i ;nd an.mphhr tI.osg wAill shiade the tray- ference In the appearance of the
'n- -i .111 tIit i'.t 1v. iii lii. .ui ri F 5 4' h-' -n fotrees In the different localities.
n- J ,.,' t i,-, r!,,. d -r -,,. r+,v ., ol lb ,,o r F ,.,+,.,., ,, ,t o,,,,- \w il I',- ,.,,ver,-d wvith s tr. so ,lin ez \ ii, + a h~t flo w er. ^ ^
"n,' .it I - Water Is found at a depth of about
t ", 1.lW ,-t',. i, '. \ ayiSid,, t, Itt'..i..1 tl in\it-. Ie we ry t, -p to hohm ly inp of h i.art-op ring and gos- four to five feet and at times it
It- ,ipnslircpirg Irewv. ThIre will he noL t.thr tippling lli,,.os in thie Ir-dllaud-. seems to come still closer to the sur-
Iihagination alas her-u terniedl by a wise man a' "fa,.t within wings." That is all there is to this face. The underlying rock is al-
A vision of the Redl.tndls as it will appear ten or twenty years henle. Every prediction is based upon a
present fa.t. There is nothing intipossile about the I plture. Tie developmrtt cluri'ng the past twelve
nitii.tl ini.at,." the in,..asin .inputintn towa lI thr- ,1,-'.ir',d-: end Thb. prophet ai had san easy task. .. ..
liN i -s .'-,'n otl'i eoiint ri-ci- d -'.l p, tud'. r ''.'-r ti t,,,,'..mal',.i '.'it' mi ii.i t nu..es. Th.' Redlands with all .' :. '''
t .It' n aturI ] :,,l ant o,-s11 ol ln,,,te1, W,,t L and 11tI' ,. I< li,, ',, ,111 n -y [',,hde to tdra ,I 1iWUI thnA increasing l, ., .
nlov''ti-ut ,:.f \'itil-. ,.-'n rwi ti., i-n an l ti., t'- friot '.'th,.r .,. 'lous therm- tii Ibe a spirit of emulationu | "' "' ... '';' "
wlii..i m ill i. arry thitig. tr. ,rd w li 't li *.,
TIl.. day is ,:.,ining w h'n the re.dllanlds ot Floridi will l l,-, -i. mor'e fatnous as a citrus fruit .'/' " ' ,* ".. '
country thani its in l n h|oihe ,.' 1_ ',th rnia, ini. I' h' gl.',,b \ ln h i ,c ir.': Runl it hinre rodnctive thau the , . +. :
V\ I'll,' of th,. N il,- t.) t l\% I l tl, 'r, is -.,:,,,,,: 'in .. ,.-t l,!a i U i tl,,.ii .,niii', o ,'t'r low I Ill, ' t.-'. .' '.
-- __ _= __ __________


Splendid Dade CourI

One of the Assets of This Southernmost County of Floi
1Rock, Which Makes a Hard, Smooth


The gri.atest as-et of the Reltani al o Tiuts make- a smuioth, v.hite
coitirj lrv is the al -vr-ar-round siin- road.
mer climate. The second is th 'The era of road building ha5 just
begun. It 'ill be extenl ed until
adaptability oi the soil for citrus every ten ares ot land in the Red -
trujit and intet vegetable grown lands district will have a hdrd
Thie thiid is the e'eellent road. tsmnooth road totuil 1ti g it. Trael
% hihtli tia erse the district. The noi' i b routjarati.,'ly eaey. but, vitb
roa. material i by the road-side thie, roads extended, it will be a joy
pra..iicill'y everywhere. The coun- to takp a ride on an autotnobil.,
tt. ]; rotky to start v% ith. That through the dittrkt Those who live
malkeE a solid f'ouindation. Then tile in muddy or s.andy countries 'an
cotialiue liniern:re Is sprread upon have 'no iJea of the pleasure ot cra%-
this iaunidaton ina snd looth,., do-n elinc In ilnts -s e tlion. One .:an tra el
v itli a heavy 'oller On top ,-f this tiorm Miami to Detroit, a idistati:e of
a s',ter to,.k is placed and lolled .3ii miles without lIEavmg a hard road.


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A ~


ity Roads

rida-Founded on Coraline
Surface.

In diing thisb le- tan have a choicee
of ron-teS. anid it t ili .onin be possi-
rile to make the trip over two or
thiee lines.
Th- county has recently voted
$3i,iioi00 to be expended on road
.sstem Of this amount $60.0)0 or
$75..0(A will be spent in the Redland
country. This ought to go a long
way towards supplying the nece-'sary
highways. The preopile along the
routes will assist materially in mak-
ing these toads. The-., are auiitious
for drvehipnmnt, ani are willing to
do their part to -tcure it.


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Eutrmance to tcle Exten-ive Urove s of W. J. Krome, Homestead, chieff Engineer of the F. E. C. Railroad.


iII
ways damnp. This fact may be the
real secret of the remarkable
growth of trees and plants. Appar-
ently in the dryest seasons the trees
are green and flourishing.
The state chemist has made a num-
ber of anal.ises of the red soil near
Homestead of which the following is
a fair sample:
Pet.
Iron and Alumina .......... 1.80
Phosphoric Acid ........... 0.85
Carbonate of Lime .......... 2.20
Pota t .................... trace
Itisoluble (Silicates) ........ 97:15
Total per cent ........... 100.00
Captain R. E. Rose, the state
chemist, says that analyses of Flor-
Ida soIls show much uniformity and
that the Redlands do not differ much
from other soils of the state. He
adds, '"There is little valuable infer-
matlon derived from soil analysis;
more depends on tilth, drainage, cul-
ture, moisture, etc., than on chemi-
cal constituents.' Captain Rosel Is
of the opinion that when a soil will
show trees like those In the Reda-ta -1
(here is nothing that analysis can
add to or take away from its real
value. The dark green, glossy leaves,
and the beautifully formed fruit is
the real test of what the soil will do.
Dade county now has 40 per cent
of the hard roads of Florida. When
her road program is fully carried
out, it will be the best system In
the whole country.


Three Families, Recent Arrivals fr om Oklahoma,
Groves.


Clearing Ground tar


Development to Come Fast

It will only be a matter of a decade about the future appearance of the
before the vision of the future plctutr- landscape. Enough has already
ed on the first page of this edition been doue to show how much more
will be realized. This whole noun- can be accomplished.
try will be in groves from Goulds to And little of this need be done
Detroit and from the edge of the for merely ornamental purposes for
lowlands along the bay front to the there will be wealth In the orange
Evergla.les in the rear. One does and grape fruit groves and good pro-
not hate to draw very largely on fits in aacaduoe- andti mangoes. Tbere,
his Imagination to niake the picture are rnumneroutis varieties of trees that
real. will yield some food for the family
There will be good roads trapr;- o or for sale.
There will be good roadaNature has bounteous supplies for
ing the country in every direction. those who will take the trouble t
The roadstdeS .Illl be lineil with hrtak into her storehouse. She has
Bhade and ornamental trees. Cocoa. aed all kt's of good tngs I n
nut. and other palis wll give the red. ro|k' soil of southern Dade
touch of tropical -lslendori to the i'nnty. $ olmthy with nature ought
s scene. Trees ladean wi'toh gol1 n c~ulinty. b-'.. DI)RI) h natUre ought
scene. Trees laden with golrn to be part t a good man's religion,
fruit add variety to the color scheme. and to dis.'uer her hidden welath L
Vine-clad homes will be grouped in u
villages or dotted around Il' art o his l's work.
every ten or twenty acres. Rose Now I>:y'le .,lnops are to be foui'.
gardens will perfume the air illiii every village ad garage In the
the sweetest odors. The t'.irii.' I g i g e I
of sloweetestring plaTs h and t reswileip arger towns. They at'e just as ne.-
of lowering plants and trees will e I -ssarv as iblacksmith shops in other
almost, infinite, for praeti-ally every- ouritries The children ride In the
thing that grows in the troii.3% will tns., o,. th.-m. the mothers go to'
flourish here ,liir, h on a wheel and father reaches'
These things ate a 1 veil within hi., ',ork Ion tiie taut.. kind of a "e-
reansoti. if man will do lii i.part The lhi, leI TLihe bicti( is the universal
Creator has provide.i hlIm with Ci-, vehIrle of Iraiel. Those who w'nt
mate, soil and moisture. If he will i a master nmeansuse the motorcycle
add to these ambition and intIell- anti roin that progress toan autqmO-
gent labor, there is no queatLonJ bile.


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PAGE 16,"


LAND OF GREAT PROMISE,WITH SOIL AND CLIMATE TO MATCH



Fast Growing Towns and Splendid Roads are Some of the Features of Redland Section


iS..
S~ 4*
-.4


ire of Soil


ture and Food

ot Indicate Its Real Worth
Moisture and Other
be Considered


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""; O E NTA EO.- T A N2....1..
ZDLANp ZDITION, SECTION 1. THE MIACI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


PAGE .


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In the long run the best rInd most highly improved is the cheapest.


Don't buy land anywhere until you have investigated our proposition.


There ar- tany factors to consider when rnaki.ii-,
1 ptire-has, of EvergladlI land. chief iaionigL wlvh,.h
are the reliability of thi- selling .-omlpatny and th
extent of the improvements to he tade.
The business of jthe Everglade Land Sales ('Cm-
pany is conducted on the same high plane as a bank
or any either reputable .-oumnericialI institution. We
artre land developers.
The titles to our lands are perfect. The interest
of our buyers art-e safeguarrded.
Practi,:ally all of our several thousand buyt:rs
liave investigated the Everglades, either in person


Secondary canals and lateral ditches must he dug
to supplement the State canals in order to porteet
the drainage of any given area in the Everglades.
Everglade land not served by secondaries or lat-
erals will very probably continue to have only a
trading value. It requires the expenditure of labor
and money to install the improvements and put it.e
Jand in shape to produce real crops. Then produc-
tive power will measure value.
For the scattered buy-rs in forty-eight States to
get together and install the secondaries and laterals
would be almost futile.
This then is the problem which confronts the in-
vestor: namely, to seek out the Company, which,


We have built up onr business on the quality of
our lanl and the intelligence of our buyers. We,
urge all purchasers or intending purchasers to come
personally and investigate thoroughly the Com-
pany's land and conditions in general.
Our land is being sold prior to reclamation aud all
of our hbyerrs are infortnmedt that it cannot be -,.u-
pied until the drainage system is finished. This
method of selling E',erglade land to be drained ib
quite similar to selling \Western landl to be irrigalted,
or selling ordinary in -ri-handise, or what not, for fu-
ture delivery.
Cultivable land will be d-liv'tredl to each pur-
chaser when the comupleti- ,raimiaj- systi-m is finuish-
ed--land capable of produciu valrhl.- i,-ropps, sI,-i
as are suited to the climate, ,,oil aund g r-n-ial ,.,,udi-
tions.
But we will not permit any one to settle upon this
land until the drainage system has been installed
and there is no danger of crop failure because of too
wet soil.


,.r" tIlir.)ia ,. l .i-. i ..I t ri 'l, v' L p -o t'it iv,'. T h-ir COMiii-
i'h ,,.d ,.l j i i,- *nrt, t i i Jt. st:-ilii l ; I I- lIr Il
\\'INV I ir i- i ii,'li l ,-r -iIt I l ,i til I- i lili i tl,.,li
p[i j. ,.'-t 1. f '. t __'.iv i, t ,,-1i ti,, ir l, i, ili iih ,it
Flr]ld ai i; ;- :1 l,,l,, ;n, l a tl. iD d : nl y iii | i t'tiniiir,
i; n, .. tthla t D :,.',-] I '..iiln ty -;I .-. .1 :i '. 'i',,l i, i:" ,.,t i i-
,'*r,'t ,- in p,.|,,i!;iil '.:i i le"ttI th p,i- ,t l e \ ,h
was up|r',.,;,, t1.:.; ]y six tim e;, greater thi ,_ t t.t. -
ago.,: for th,. .,i.. .11 it .ii : .l l ht t !,lha F lq I. ..i In !
all th e, S iltl "]'!. ,- lt te. t ,,: ilipoJrt i thi,-_ I ',iih-
p s i' '-, 2 I,'. i t I.' l i lfi.- *,vi' l '[ i 1, ".it'il i hi thi -,
f'n w, rI.l ,- 1A 1 1 \- i.l l ,fi e I I .- t -, [tI 1. 1 ,9 i t... I, ,- r- iu .<
pt,,rm


above all oti,,r-., i, ti,.ti!i.oig *,\i.. p,,ri,..:iV i.. fU i' tii
all-im portant iimiprov'.-i iv \,,t'!:.
The E.er,-_iul,- r.ii- Subl i,..ui v iiw'is liie t-rl.Ot
to l- f'-og n tti.i i .o ii ,t in ti, .-. ," i t1m1 a,._u il t i il.'n-

poli,.y f improvement rl it .-i, i- '. iii it- -.s of -
,1,ndari,-., i.., .it- r.i \' W :i ,. i..ii, i., i tlh.- prop-
,-I de,-lpni.-nr iot E.rtltali- laiinls.
This Comipiny ill -.1:1ii-- iii.11ny iltousandls (,t
dollitrs h.) t .-,it, riat i viv i til, if L-yl,.,a-,i iy narial
midu t I tl ,i r r'. ot' niile, ,f li,-cr.,l Wit ,.h. W ,. ;ir.:.
l.,,,-,oe ,liiig with ONis work ai, rapiilly ais iir,..iii
Stai,:-;, will periwit.
It is the.i lr iiproi ,r iit-i *.ifi- l, i,-ntini the
State' wir -i-. i ill iii. i.- ii, lur I .i t,- dihil- d i
give 1t l'g a t vali-a .


The iutprveniua time .'rwaitina completion of
dr:.aijaa,-i -y. t,-mlr, iii r,.:,i ,-,l .i_-Ztin-' is "i h:iiidi,- |p.

>,:aus, it g s t. rt,. [ ,,:. ...i- r iw iiiity l t iIll%- to ,"'t
tieir fatrm paid ti d ).-fonr- tI -Iy s oit-ll- on it. Iit alst
to at-unimul-it,- tli j hr-.' ,:,.-iiy \.irki'l- iiltitaf %%hii.-i
,i11l i,.w s,.tl, .l''i, ^nildl hIrn, iii ,, ,.I,.r to pi,,l.,-rly ,:-,i''.i
,h i,.tt ih,-ir f l iih i i ,.,i i -i', i n i,.,i-.

ri ,i r';l.II thii- ..uni in i sa.; mi l t,,r wmIi,.r ,i in' il.-' I
th, I. i T I ergi a. E \ ,. tli.- a i ; ii ',,' i i i ii I ti ll-y
r,..- i, ,L ,1 ; 1 t ,tir l ill I h ill,.] ,., i i ,, ,v, rt'l,-,\>. -..I .
ipe:..-ijiv ,yliirir'lh th, li'ritiii; -,.,,-,,ij iitil utiiir, ,.,.1iipl t,'
r i i i. i, il,,n i is tili}i .,ii-. A ll l p l.i,,t, r-. rlit r,.t,,r.r \\h ,
i n ..ti n i-t t lI,-i1l Ji.,ltiiii ir.l I .I I -,t .,I t l, ir o li
'i i.k
A\- ,, U1 ,],..ii] in ; h t t,, ,ilI 1 '. 1 i'. ] lil, I i t in', \ p iih .
li oh T he E verglade M ag'azine to,- i ., |. ,i l h i l, r,
iuii. it I l n v In 'f.,rn ,-,t ,1 i i,, lI"p r .. .. r th,. r,.l:l ,
iiiat iTi ,i ,,. T h Ir', I t-,li tl a I i ",.1di ,I t w ill o l u,,: ,ti-
u ii .1nV-, t0 0 .1" |Ilir,.I. 'J ,-'I b i,: Ll th,.ir 1 i' 1ld is ',.', ily
t.l I !.,' i all. lt In n .


First. Th.- fuituir' s..ttl,-r. before starting for the
'G lades, .-l.h ii]. li. ni t t h. l l.- ii I, , ..i iu li
\vnri'.i~ir, ,.,.l-,it~il t,:, ,:.^lv,.r :
i li I lii t air- to M i;iini.
I, Fi.-i tiht on h u.teh 'l, ;. ..g...lI- .
,iC'i (',:.t o'f hoii.e r t,-nt.
d ,* M (.t o:f oo"i n i'' li o itnlt
," 1- .'. t io t II,, i', -ui~l l ..itll-p ii! It,...
fl C.,'.t f bi'iat, it i. I, dr--mir-,j or i-.-'dh l
I I 'ist ot farru] imnplriam--ts--t,,ol-. sp'r;.iy. t,:.
hi (',:,t of s wi-.l-. nin i. ,-rtili,'i-r
I i I -t i f .-rate iriii.ft,-ri l
ii :,-t i-f any lalor v.iicli ,ie may- desir to hire
. .- in,.
C o,:, ( C',,t i:,f hliwlii] .r,,I, r, ran ilviy
[ i-',:,st or 10i" V P ,XP .- u Iil,- r,-M p is_ ul igJ,_.
All thno for',.-,iuiri art- eX[-ni, s tIo ho' tin-, red
before ith' irop i-, ina, ., In addition, i IS itrinp-ra-
ilp -. thllit ll., !'lili ll',. 1't Inr ill ill ..l lilOh,"y l11 ti,-h ,
in ,..r, .indi Iiii t iu .h u put in i tii:,th-ir :rop,
pr, i,l,.:..l wh,- irst ,,w fails. N ot l,.-,s i hlt n J 1.,ii':ii
ii 'll r ;i, iy ',,ib'lito i .o] i-, n^ r ,d t1, iniu.,.-t lh,. ,- r>.-
,- irinein ts, $. 2,11111i l \',:,ul1 Ill.- tv.. e, i h i,-tt.-r.
Too mnuieh wo.iilld rnot I,,h ,.\xp,.t,., th,li l'rst yar.
Inl tlan _in ,. as In li tit'hr- lier-' i a-, iiu-li to learI-
iad rnt-_h i anrtul p'r.pTaratiin, ani.I imnpror-hilent to
na.1ke and i..|ii nip i-nt t,., install let'or, rp.iriupn tli-
,li\'i,].l 1.l period
Secc-- .On .1i '1a i-,l hi. ll i ',- l tdi,.ttiolii ,,f the
v1 tlr w ill jtust b ._in. f,,r h i. iu-.t n it .,.t aiiit hlin..i"
ith hloal (,nilitioin-,- A..I it i-, hi-re that ,i1r Domi-
oistrdti,)n FiirliF \% ill phl:v l' inillortanit part.
The settler must learn, after arrival in South
Florida:
a i What, when and how to plant.
I., IL-'iw t-i .iiltii a ite nd ferlilize.
,,. IIM \w to -f i i ii il ,.i ,a.II. an,- i ,-:t pleSts,
'11id liu^ t-., ,:)\ ,:l',:uth Iiitt rni'a l ,:r;w la .l-lk .


No p:-rson slii,,l Itlii-Y real etqte ian.v' hi,-re until
I ,- i- -.ili-h,-. -t, 1 i. v flit- and ro f "all th-, P.-s,,utial
[,o iiIl~ iia ". I,Y. ti l ,. i .... \r, hl | i.s ,.,i i-riLi it t,,r
-.;l, lIt-ti. ii. -I -,.li, "Come and see." Th.- po.s-
-iltiit -..it t lt, i.i.ii iitry ii 1.- ra upr ,'it-tt t, ;. ily lione-t
Ti l | I- i at i'.
T I, t'K > r'-'l~ilI ,i ,,l,,,-,it i,,i iipl' !.i n-iii,,rti lni:'ri-:
v' ,lioly l -,il- "f ill, lli u, ,i ,., t itil t oh tl-,Ii '- iC:L -
rnit ptrlii'-.1 ty|I,-
..I-n,' is li. h-'. i Thi.--ri- tfor,-., we -.,y ag-uinu


d 'I'll. i r,.i ipl- I -. ,, i !iii;ir-, and irrigation.
I Ih,.% t,, Ii 1k. ,,,rt and M ,;ii- hi. .rop.
1t, Il %o t,, liiio rk ,r I i." ,", IP.
, ,1'.,t i-." ii-n ippi Itn ,,,, l i Iil', t'el'.' A s ,_oc ia-
tI IQ. h i tl , i,,lly ;I.v \ ,-I! I.t> i ,.--I j ll. I ni it.* ti-tl t tor

I,:-1 t tI !.i i I ,it I i .
i h a T ii t i t ,: llil ',it ,t' gr r. t
ir ri Fli:," t l v' or i t llg,' rt .v h"i.l t l h -.i a nti -
ts~. atli, himi- Mi|.p.h~'rt iliX 'i\' rr" lExrihjiiy,:a, v~r iii-

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ii T'li~ t lI'. hi u n l *.Irl\,:; t > ij. i /r , ,. l' i h i. r' st u., pl'o-
l ,i. -l -i. iIi.
i. T ia it ]i- atil-it l'. i r ilt" Ills is.rop l: liit Ilant
nm i iy lh]ki.l|,. :Ind w it i .,nly ,: ]k ind ,.,f t" rI I l: iil-,t
ftls,, p]..nit otit' ir,,lmi.,il "lidile. ci.-iup, ;iu>~.l tl'itll' uf"
,ISia0 "1,a d . l tiv Sli't O I ro l'1. 'l
-iluy sorts.
I k Tli.lt lie n111.r-. nm put all his egg,- in our I )a;-.
l:,.t ; ani d i ) to li i i .' d.. i-i- t r ,.lil, hi lt I ,i.t Ii- rliiis n :,I)-
er altiii t-. l ;li i! tl ,.hi. l,_ ., i attl -, 11ii an t' ora .
as wit ll an tri al,: hlld t't ult
i ,p Thin ,ar-. oi t thi ,oil ;I nl tlhi i.'al i. uf c.o- .r

l ln > Pr,.,i;,r -.iiitatiuiii: p.r,,.'r sf\\'-,T.'r-_, 'kn;tlh-


All this. and more, niiist thle future sfttler learn.
It l'oks; h.ird, blAt i-ho e\er won anything" worn h a av-
.ing i wilh.iit tlhrd liorlk aii d iplli-atmi,, An.J dll-
Il \'it ld is v\wry gr'.tt for himn \'li,. SI,:c..-e ds.
There ,are u.) "ll,, ,ry I,.ds of" e;sr" for th,. iII.in
whio-, rea,..-.hs h top ruili; ofOt w l l.',ld,-r in anry w\ill:
of life. h it for tll, a1 w1 ho r,1.< l',.. tle relation of
ellort and r,- n i rd and \ who m mi"i.. l., Smjlth Fl,-,riJa
properly prT-pared, ready to pay the u.il p'.rir'e of
honest work, the Evergla,:ls hold forth untuhl up-
p-l,, ti.inities A >ar,'l'd stidy of codmhtions and t oui-
phars.ion with other ,i-tri..t, %% ill o ,n, .ln .- ;il. r'!a-
uiit.ila ,- p.i'.o ol of th trt itL d uf tlsii m uatlilmlll.


"Come and See for Yourself" aniid ,-t the t-stiluony
ot yulir eyes bLi.r \witi,.s-, to the trithl !
Thie iIn ..tmtit lit i-it 5iifti. iit iilomiiit to justify
yir liaking tIe tIrip in pi'r-.n,. i nd I ., strona'ly urg,.
thi i..,:onl += No ,-m ,it l,:iit ,.li.strniir ;ill yain ai pr,)p-
,.i ,-,.,i. ,rptin (,t th1w a-'. ailltnv-',,- ot thlk rI-ilarkable
tli.- ri-.t.
I- u ,., ,-:lsi-li. it i rt' o ii. y -t1 ) .- 3 niit oriftlittio
t .,,rn ,.\,i.v rli,it i, 1 ,ir,.. i order tin't yoel iriti
lI,. r ,,I.!.r,.,'i T,.' the. ..'rrv t ip ro,.Iti i:ti\ .L alu, of tliese
llind-,, \Vli'il ,drliinod.


We can use a few more substantial salesmen--men of integrity who


want to handle a high-class proposition, and who believe


that the plain simple truth is good enough.


Everglade Land


General Office --- Dorn Bldg., Miami.


Sales Company


Sales Office --- Majestic Bldg., Chicago


Be Sure to Select the Right Company


Advice to the Future Settler


Extensive Improvements Are Under Way


Reclamation Work Must Be Completed Before


Land Will Be Cultivable


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Come and See For Yourself


THE CREAN OA"I THE VRGAE





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THE MIAI WE UTROFLIB, SATUKDAT, VU V!1VEE 2, T912.


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Modello-Growing Section



In the Midst of the Pines

Many Modern Homes Being Erected and New Ground Being Broken for Groves-~
Many of the.Older Settlers Have Beautiful Places and Paying Groves--
Truck Farming on the Prairies Is Profitable.


i, I'.....
Modello, like other places In Dade
county, Is a locality and not a town.
Viewed from the railroad, the depot,
the store of Mr. Fitch and the homes
'of S. A. Murlen and Dr. John Dennis
asesm to be the only signs of habita-
tlion, but back in the piney woods can
be found some other beautiful homes
'surrounded by tropical trees and
Tlants. Just now many new houses
ar'e being built and the land cleared
for groves. It is about as busy a
place as can be round, in the home-
stead country and 'will soon be one
df the most attructivai.

Modello Isa situated 26 miles below
Miarmi on the Ealt.foast railroad. It
Is on land somewhat higher than far-
ther south and dwellings can have
cellers, an annualonvenience. Like
the balance of the edland section,
fruit trees grow luxuriant and cit-
rusa groves yield abundant returns.
0
The first settler was A. V. Black-
man of Miami, who in Iifi5 selected
a valuable homestead where the rail-
road crosses at the depot. Mr. Blaik-
man was unablee to leave his business
at Miamicnd assigned his clalm to
A. H. Loss, now of Miami. A daugh-
ter of Mr. Blackman (now Mrs. D.
L. Hughes) alto entered a claim at
the same time. This is now a valua-
ble piece of property. A cottage and
grove constitutes the improvements
Mr. and Mrs. H'unglies lived on the
place three yeaas and then moved to
MlamL
0 S
The real pioneers of Modello were
Mrs. F. E. Bauer and her daughter,


Mrs. M A. Burden. They preceded
Mr. Blackman by over two years.

Mrs M A Burden homesteadedi
In liq03. That was a thine when things
did not look lery bright for thb
country. A log cabin was her first
home. She lba a grove of 7 acres,
and is making other improT-menits.
II making her new grone Ebe Is dy-
tamiting the holes In five places.
thus thoroughly pr e pa r I n g the
groouds. Then with good ieitilizer
as thi, trees come along she will have
thie finest kind of trees. She has
sold some of her laud. T. A. Collins
will build this fall on his 10-acre
tract. Alex Hartling of Nova Sco-
tia has 10 acres P. E. Hult of South
Dakota has a 5-acre grove. Wm.
Manley of Tennessee wi!l clear 10
acres and build. Robe.-rt Gjibble
bought 21) acres and wtill have acres
il]eared and puit into grove. C H.
Parham of Mississippi haa purhaissd
2"I acres and will _.itr it all to grove.
and build a home. Win. Micheils has
2,r acres and is leaningg lii acres for
grove.
0 *
S. A. Mtirdpn came in lqn7 with
his two sons, Baynard C and Nt-ale
C. Murden Each entered claims.
NEale disposal of hi claim. beine
compelled by bhtusinecs to be away for
a year. Mr. Murden. .'hurtly after
settling, started his paper. Tropical
Topics, which is now in its fuurth
year. He commenced clearing and
planting groves and has continued
until 20)0 acres surrounding Modeilo
are now to his credit as tree planter
and -devaloper. He built a large bun-
galow known as Panel-Hall and mniad,


Panel Hall, Former Home S. A. Murden. Modello,
Chased by DIr. John Dennis.


but Recently Pur-


and brought to bearing a 14-acre
grove Dr. John Dennis of Newark,
N i.. ni-ntl.,' bought the hoIusP and
grove, and will iconme this fall to
Imake it tuer irmanent home. Mr.
Murdern has ..tarteiJ another giove
and Is building a fine .ion. ret and
asbestos shirii e dwelling. in v.hl tlc
he nili install dn el'. trlr light plant
and natermork. v. litiL butl ell and
cistprn uater all oi-r the house It
will also have a cellier. The front orf
the hoeise will be ?se en concrete
arrhes and the pl.i-e will be known
as "The Aitibea.-
i. *
Bayard C. Murdni IIhas just coM-
pi-ted putting in a fije-atre grove.
haid has built a ieiw sevepin-room
house on his bom;.Tr,.-ad Howeaer,
both Bavnard and his brother Neale
spend mnitr of tMoir tie at the fath-
er's, both of them hi-ing unmarried.
0
A. H. Moss has a two-story house
and a 5-a, re grovP ou his homestead.
*, *
J. J. B---arh came from Savannah
among ilef fir:t -eti.-rs atnd has set
out a Il-diire gri-ve t- lhas a com-
toitable and ormniodioi., bungalow.
ils grove is yi3ilding goo'1 crops. The
tront of the torli-. Is atlra tive with
claiae anid ties of all kinds. The
roses- around the por',hes are of the
fir -.t vqr eti-., and %ery abundant.
The tIla'.- nis -nu a 'The Beach
Plate- Mr. B.-ah ai:o crops on th-
prairie land dnd is quile successful.

Mr. B3roaday has purchased 10
a,.res fromA Mr. B-ai.i aand now has a
fine 1u-acre gr.iv grign irig on it.
Miss Hattie I. Bauler has a fine
home-tead and has billIr a neat cot-
tage It is co,-red with vines and
flowers and ;s a ,harining rio-ie Sthe
enjo:, s the iolit lid r. ',t tIA pine.,
%ioods a(iii Ithe h ii t o nir, -f "the pet t)
roLin I Of irrir.iri z .on'-r i ns :n.l idi-
tlis" of iomn iltli- Fbr- onli, skills.
when hL-r Mitint iLi. ,iis would |I,'
her loneliness and l:nows hlior frer life
In the opna i & _. t,:r tlian lieing
hndged aboiiut bv,- ionvl-tinaliti,-s or
so"iet'.v. She has ovei :,i a:'res of
grove, some oif whii:n is in beating
and is having a clarinrg made for
the erection of a new home niade
from the native rrio'k on her place.

William Newton, now of Miami,
has a fline I)hud of land whilh htie got
with hi3 boui ,t.-- l >-lH '.'as Oi.? it
tlhe eari vs..5rtl.. :r. .f Modello). There
is a large titgaliow and a 5-acre
grove on his pla :ce.
*
Capt. Geo. C. Martin, U. S. A., has
a fin p 10-acre grove on the Newton
home-stread. The grove contains many


REDLANDS


We have a list of excellent bargains in tho famous Redland country described in this issue
of The Metropolis. We have been making a specialty of these lands and bringing the buyer
and seller together on a strictly commission basis. We have one man devoting his entire time
to looking up these lands and showing then'. Our list is therefore large and varied, and our
sales the past six months have been numerous. Write us for information, or, better still, come
and let us show you these .lands. Below are a few bargains:

25 acres 4 1-2 miles west of Goulds, very near rock road. This is $11
good Toil. Half cash, and a bargain at ......................$1 I

60 acres 1-4 mile north of Redland sehoothouse: 40 acres cleared $2700
12 acres prairie. Half oash, and a l'axgain at................


10 acres best deep red soil in the heart of the Redlands, S acres 2
old grove in the best of condition and heavy crop this year.
This is a snap at..........................................


160 acres good soil near Goulds, 1 acre grapefruit bearing; 10 acles $40
praa'ie. Small house and improvements. Third cash.......... 4

1W awes 4 miles northwest of Goulds, on public road and mail route. 2 acres
2-year-old grapefruit, 4 acres cleared. Good small house, packing house
and improvements. A large homestead of good soil. $5000
Half cash ................................................. $ 0

240 acres between Redland and Naranja, 40 acres prairie, the balance red soil
with very little rook, grove of 800 trees, 200 bearing, fine new house and other
improvements. If you want a large tract of fine fruit land at the $1flflf
right price, this is it. Half cash .... .................. .. $ UUU




Miami and Dade County Properties

Our list of property in the Magic City i& also large, including resideii-nie and business
lots, and improved property, several Bay and River Front locations. WA V l]av tthe famous
BROADMOOR ADDITION, lying between Biscayne Drive and the Bay. Large traits tfor
sub-division at attractive prices.

1400 acres fine land between Dania and Hallandale. Good 9-room hiiso, art -ian w-ll. .+i$l)n
worth buildings. i$10,000 worth rock road in and on property. l'ir-st l,:7ati0on fr town
site on the East Coast. 4:00U)0 crates pine apples this year. Ra,,ounbl.. ,000
terms ........................... .......... .............. ........ $ 0JU UUU

Write to us when you will be in Miami, and let us know what you are planning to do.
We will meet you at the train and assist you in any way we can, whether you buy of us or not.



Sewell-Harley Realty Co.

A I-EL BISOAYNE BLOCK 336 TWELFTH STREET.


"I


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R. M. Horinn ll'es on the rock
road. where he bought a relinquish-
ment. and homresteaded 3 years ago.
He came 'here from Jacksonville.
wh-,re he had been in biuslness for a
number of ycars. There Is a i-acre
grove on the placo. and the asurround-
Ings of the house bave been artisti-
cally arranged. wllth flowers and a
romk fence He Is now adding to the
cottage and installing a water and
lighting plant. The I S acres of land
lying north of the railroad he will
make a subdrlivisliJn andl build houses
tor the parirtir, to buy. This will ne-
cessitate somn new roads which' he
plane to builil With Food neighbors
Mr. Horton figures that this locality
ian be made one of the beat In Flor-
ida. He crops some In winter time
and has done well with tomatoes,
beans, egg plant, and peppers. Last
year he planted strawberries Sep-
esmnber let and picked his first ber-
ries December 16th.
9
E. K. Horton. son of E. MT. Horton,
Iell a gool, position in Jacksonville
to come to the Modelo neighborhood
and take a homestead. He has been
on it 2 1-2 years and has out a 3-
acre grove whiii h will be extended to
10 acres. He wlU build a nice cot-
tags on it this winter. He sla still
an unmarrie.J man.
0 0
C. H. Neluon has a ten-acre plot
with a 5-acre grove.
*
G',t' T. Whitrie-y of Bloomfield, N
J., hasE 1 acres with 5 acres of grove
contracted for.
I, *


Edwin Forst-r of Brooklyn. N. Y.,
has 10 acres [b-lng put Into a grove.
Conrad Smidt otf Motticello, Fla.,
bas 10 acres with a 3-acre grove.
4 .
H. L. Barnard came irom Oeorgia
about rbhree y-ars ago and home-
stea led 160 acres just south of Mr.
Beach's. He has two groves started
and has Just completed a new dwell-
ing.
*
Peter Peterson has a 5-acre grove
east of the Beach place.
A Danisle has a homestead east
of Modello on which there Is a home
and a G-acre grove.


REDLANDS


grafted mangos and avocadoes. It is
one ot tlhe most valued groves In the
neighborhood.
a
Jacob Axt. of Newark. N. J.. has
a line l.'laee just north of the depot
on tl.? west side. His 7 acres is all
in grove.
*t
T. A. Collins has three plarces-one
a 'i-acre grole east of the depot, an-
other 1l-acre place north of Modello
and a home lot taking the rock road
where he will buil].
James L. DIckerson, only a short
time ago, came from Indiana, bought
a plot of ground and 1I now building
a fine hoiupe He will have a grote
started as soon as the land can be
cleared.
*
Alev.. L. HnlariiinE has two places-
one ot 10 ai rr-s with a small bearing
vrore aind another liI-acre place
i. hereon he has just coralpleted a nice
Lungalow.
W. H Harpe-r bought a relinquish-
enit threepp e.'.r ago and lhomestead-
ed a g'oo I ruanrrecr s, ti.tin. He came
irom Georgia. There are si Nacres
on the place and a neat cottage.
0 0
Louis F. Flipse bought so acres of
the Harper homestead and wli put
out 4i0 acres in grove He also plans
to bring others here to make their
houmfs.
*
A. D. Mal:-l,'.-c. of Massac:husetts.
has reren.i ly purchased I thlie Cap
Brnwn homniat.ad. It h.as 1,500 trees
in L flour lihIuig condition and eun-
tains a good trop of truit this year.
There is a npc.oi two-story house on
tile place. lli-: aivo.aido tree-s are
larxe anrl hariii- heavily. Ten tboxe.
ol truit wern taken from one tree.
There Is a "R-a:re piece of prairie
land with the place. Mr. Makepeacce
.nirms down to Dade county every
winter, although an aged man takeE
a v\Fry avtlve interest in this coun-
try.
* *
Z. Ca.'end.'r 'amp to the Modello
loratityv trom Nashville, Tenn., and
purchased 15 arres of land-10 of
line land and 3 of prairie. He has
a grove of jfPl trees, 3 1-2 years old.
whi.h Mr. Ca,'-nder thinks are the
I.-best for tpir ;p, ,E- in thp county.
a
for. D. WV. Cole. a native of Penn-
svliania but nho ha; lived lIn Texas
lor lthel [aLt tIlrco year-, has built a
r-w rnumUe and planrit.d oUt te[n aresi
ut tr.-cs sinp Jtlun l He has 2 arre
in King orariges. lie is .planning to
iiit out 10 ar,.s morure He is going
10 ma-e his iloor-yard a thing of
hi-aiity. if car r'nd a i .frEfil selection
ti,,s-. and plants n ill do It. The
it blor considers tb oiirtloiok for this
,urntry exceptionally I1right for the
,ntiros iiiJustty. Hfe has vlalted all
I b.. itrni fections ( of the United
States ant 1 ril'a and has f'o.ind noth-
irig -o coodl. He is recommending
his friends to come here. and has one
in 'r.xa;, who wiIT bijy 10 acre and
plant it to grove. He has one grape
truit trie. whi'.h gr,-w 27 anchea in
1,i days atid a nlirubh-r of them that
.rew 1I inches i the same time
This has convinced the doctor Lhat
there is no question about fruit trees
growing here.
S
MI Q. Simmons was fortunate In
getting a honjmestead five years ago.
He at once began to Improve It and
now has 5 acres in hearing grove and
I acres in young grove. Last year
on 2 1-2 acres of 3-year-ol-d trees, be
took his first crop; it netted him
W.65i. This flr-t crop more than paid
ill expenses of the grove up to the
rime it began to yield. He farms on
both the pine land and the glades
every winter and does well. In con-
nection with Mr. Beach a 10-acre
trat of tomatoea on the glade yielded
the partrierabhip $3,B00 tn the winter
of 1909-10. The country looks good
To Mr. Sinionas who has built a com-
fortalle new cottage anJd Is fixing to,
enjoy life wlth his family. He has
sold 50 acres of his land to Dr. Cole
and -4I arre; to J. L. Taylor of North
Carolina. This will bring some de-
eirable nighhuors who will help Im-
prove the cunintry.


ftwo-mi"


Swift Knows


Where Money Grows


Plant a few dollars in Miami or Dade County Real Estate, and reap a Harvest.
Here are only a few of the Opportunities which I have listed that will make
money for you while you sleep.
Five new modern and up-to-date houses with bath, electric lights, water and sew-
erage, located in a splendid residential neighborhood, ea-h house containing eight
rooms, cement walks on front, sile and a.:k, l,,t grade, only six blocks of the center
of the city and values advancing rapidly ini this locality. This is a proposition that is
paying twelve per cent on te: pric-e asked. Can be bought for a short C1 nfnf
time only at the low price of .......................................... $1,50UU
And is easily worth $15,000.
Sixty lots in the Lawrence Traot east of the Drive on terms from cash to $25
down and $10 per month, from $500 ito $750 per lot. This is property that will be
Worth double in a short time.
The best farming proposition in Da.,e county both as to price and land, situated
just 5 miles of MIiami, and 1-2 mile of station, i'oontaiiin 25 acres, five acres in grape-
fruit, orange, mango and pear trees, part or whi'h arc 9 years old. Ten acres of the
ineqst marl farming land in the state, five acres pine land, four acres marl and muck and
2 acres fine hammock on the river. A beautiful building site, good barn, about 500 chick-
ens. cow and farming implements, small house. If taken soon cat be had at 80
the exceedingly low price of ............................................. $8500
$3000 cash. This is worth today $12,000.
Improved and Unimproved City and Suburban Property, Truck and Fruit Lands,
Groves, Redlands, Large and Small Trats.


M. T. SWIFT

1205 Avenue C Miami, Florida.


S. H. RICHMOND

AGENT FOR



Richmond Investment Co.


Oldest and most thoroughly informed land dealer in lower
Dade County. Was a resident of that section for 17 years.
Have a special bargain in a beautiful bay front building
site in Cocoanut Grove with riparian rights.
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Choice tracts in Redlands from $30 to $100 per acre, ac-
cording to location.
Specialty-Grove and Farm Lands.
Beautiful Bay fronts at Cutler, riparian rights.
P. 0. BOX 128. MIAMI, FLORIDA


Wanted to Trade
Several sections of very best
grazing and farming land In
Cheyenne County, Colorado, to
exchange as a whole or in part
for Redland. Write "Owner."
care Metropolis.


H. PR1OMA
R. F. D. 2 Miami, Fla.



FOR SALE
30 acres choicest grapefruit
land, virgin limber, deep soil,
on rock road, one mile from De-
trult, Fla., near school. -$76
per acre. if told In one lot.
Terma. Will divide, clear, plant
-and take care of grove, If want-
ed. Address owner, Jaco4t'
Prom, R. F. D. No. 2. Miami
Fla.
H. PROM
IL F. D. 2 MUMIqt 1IF,


Has the World Beaten as a Citrus Fruit


Section

You can put out a grove for less money, bring it into bearing from two to three years
earlier, produce more fruit per acre after coming into bearing, produce a better quality,
brighter and more juice, than any other citrus fruit section in the United States. You can
buy the raw land at ridiculously low prices from


$20.00 to $100.00 per Acre


BEARING GROVES


$750.00 to $1,500.00 per Acre

There are 7-year groves in the REDLANDS that will produce conservatively $750.00
per acre this year. I, .A ...
Below are a few of the propositions that we are offering for sale:
20 acres splendid location, 6 acres in bearing grove, $1500 worth fruit this year, bar.
gain at $5500. Terms.
130 acres well located, 15 acres grove, 10 acres bearing, balance two years old; seven.
room house, barn; will net at least $2000 this year. Price $17,000. Terms.
20 acres, 6 acres grove bearing, within few hundred yards railway station; snap at
$3000. Terms.
20 acres well located, one acre fruit. House cost $800; fine land, price $2700. Terms.


Famous Norwood Place Put on the Market

BIG BARGAIN

150 acres, 15 acres in grove all in bearing, 4 to 9 years old. Crop off this grove sold
wn trees this year for $4000 cash, netting the owner over 10 per cent on $30,000 valuation,
with just ten per cent of land developed. This is undoubtedly the finest tract of red land
there is to be found, and presents the biggest opportunity for investment and development
in South Florida. Price $25,000. 1-2 cash, balance easy, terms.
We have a large number of ten-acre tracts at from $50 to $100 per acre.
We have 160 acres good red land for quick turn at $2000 for the tract.
160 acres best red land, $30 per acre.

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Call On or Write to


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This firm is proud of its reputation for square dealing


-- our office


is centrally located and we have two good automobiles 'at your service.
list comprises some of the best properties in this part of the country. Groves, Truck Farms,


Our
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age, Large Tracts, Suburban Properties, Business Properties, Business Opportunities, Bay Front


and River Front Properties, Vacant Lots and Improved Homes, large and small.


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A few of our Special Bargains


In the famous Redlapds

160 acres of good rod land. 1 1-2 miils from stattm, a ,z,',,d little, i .. 11., ,l i 'v fil ilt 1 --s.
balance of land in tili, rou'-.l with fmti h,.'r 0 1 it. Th' l on l ,. ,t ti- -"'sL I l .,--i. l, ,h lVr
t. offered at anything like the price which $0f"fli
for quick sale is . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ^ ^ '
for quick sale is .......................................................
160 acres with a small house, barn and stable. Exe,.llent landl with .-,'ol tinil.r oi 1;..1:
road on two sid,-s. Only half mile from station. T!hik o.-n I.. ,i: ter',.t l.,n -. liI,.!
cash and the halan.e in ion, and two years, 80
and is offered at half vauIn.- tor ........................................... $
20 acres of land, 6 acres in large b-aring trees aout hq]f Oranc ,: .,1,1 hii l f i -3 "' ,it ,,,1
boxes of Oranges and 400111 box,:es of (Trap.-fri iit na\i n t -.s. Tir,..-,--.iLu.,l t-,:r- iil.- tr,.i
rook roa-l, near s.ho-,il and churches Tlir-,e ,mil. s friom 6?G
station. Price, in.-lnding fruit, .................... ................... .. O u
20 acres of land, nearly all eloared, fine lobatinn, one-,.i'hth of ril.- tr-'ni ro.:c na,.] 2111
Grap,-efruit tries ,o-innirn.ing to h,-ar. .ool, t.:.iiur-r ,i l h.:,us,. I .l.istir.-,l. n. r
church and school. Bist r.-d soil ....................................... $300

Groves in the

vicinity of Miami

One of the best ten-anre groves within 2 1.2 mil,-. ,if Mianii All in bring, rit,',,t three a,-rs
of fine large trees., balance in smaller tr,., s. hAlit 7. "i oI .. tr- -s. in \:Irin- Ur l i-"e TIh.. r,.-t
Grapefruit. Exce-llent hiiilding site, high land. nt-ar ivr O-in ;, T.,d o:l.: .lo,.'l Tli-,
pla-e is easily wo'th I .$7.5"l,, bhut tor a qui.ik I..- wr w II t;i k, i t.-n ,s ,.a I,,. a r k
ranged if w anted' i ........................ ........................... .. $
The choicest 5-acre grove within less than tOee.: miles,; of Miami. All bn. ring, s,.,m. fibi- Lrp,:
trees. Loated on a good ro,.k road in a de.iiahle rl,-mtinnity. $3750
This is very cheap at the pi-ire. .............. ................... ....... $
Here is a real bargain 5 miles from Miaui on orn' it ou, ti" ,ii rol, .1 iiiA.1s I .i,- r,.. nl.
a good six-rooni hliouse, 2.' a .r,-s in .e'n.yv.-ir -.l Git ,i' trtiit. 2 :r,-r ,., .,i'. ..-r..- it
timber. This cau be liandled on aI payment $5
of $1,000. The prices is only.............................................. $ 5
We have many other good groves north, siuth and west of Miami, ranging in price from
$4,000 to $25,000. Let us know what you want and we can certainly satisfy you with either
a large or a small grove.

Excellent trucking

Land near Miami

25 acres of bh st ladin within fiuir nil's of tM ni m 21 ar,..s ,.ot iarl 'L, :iii.l 1 , ,, m "
2. 1-2 acres in Banina,.3 ;,r.r,-> in cu n,. II,., ,,' ..,_ta l or-. lo'in. 2 iiul. s. l.i ..t it tt ..- I.,
4 wagons, 3 tons ,if hay, tomniato a. nd I'-I.Pr'r -rop l t-i Iiv.i- nt,)ry ,lt il1, -1:1, 0 .-Jl,,l.
ing -rop now on land, put at i.-n.ser, v ative o i.,' ttdl- +t,211.- 1
W ve an s-lI tihe whole outfit fir ........... ........... ... .. ........
For a small farinmer w- have 15 ars of the ri':-hi.r laid ,,n ,1. .of il..-, All ,,'.ail.ilI ri-hlt
now. dood |iit, ltii l;ind an- d will raise ;uni l 'y tA ri l .. lilt hrli' -, .,J, I iii 1 :'!1
young A\,i-.a a.l Pt-ir. tr e"s .oling alon Jni..,ly. A l.,a,'gtiu ,t th'. ],ri.-' $150
Term-n ; .an I.. airran.ged it desired ........... ................... . . $ 1
We have land on the famous Allapattah, P ;comoonshine. Humbuggus, and Arch Cree.
prairies which are among the best trucking lanis in this section of the country. We can offer
just what you are looking for.


Suburban prop-

erties near Miami


BROADMOOR: \V, are au.,,ents f-,r thi's behmtiful sub-division which is situated on the Bay
Fr,..nl lt'..'an mi.imi and Bn-na Vista. This addition has been on the market only a few
w.,-kl, yet ovrr fifty 4its. have been sold and one ,fiue stone rseidence is already under construc-
ti.'n With th-, exceptiorn of the water front lots. which are very large, prices range from
$61i1t up, al.1 lots ,a nii' pur..hai.i.d for one-fourth down, balance within three years.
EDGEWATER: This sub-dlivision is floated just two mils from the Court House, Miami,
on thi ..hr of h,,autifill Bis,.ayw' Bqy. MA-nv of the lo-ts have fine bearing Grapefruit trees
(,n th-ii Sew.-r. \Utat'r and paving ar,. provided for, and a pavilion is to be built at the foot
,If the _' aiii a. ': n i. We sold ov,..r .I of theselits in three weeks, but we still have a number
of zi.,,l ,-r! ],. 1-tt Thes-,. Irts are priwid from $700 up, and are sold on the same terms as
Br,,.,lI.,,r I.,- ],i:,thl of th,-..e prolp ties will soon he in the heart of the most select residence
Si.,i tf il Miiui, anid will without question inr.rease greatly in value. '


Miami city properties,


improved and vacant


We hiave a centr-illy lI,,i'-ntcd prop,-rty that ,an I,- invade one of the best-paying rental proposi-
tions ii Mitil,'_. 'l[ii -.rist.'ii., ,:,1 IwoV six-r,,ii, mid rn house-s on oneI lot very near to the
li.ilfll, i .'I-t',r The luildin-s ,ar'. n.-w anI,. lha,-: very modern uconvenience. Will easily
I, iirn,,' H$ ort, rire p,-r yvatr. an be bo- ihr on ton .rts and is an exceptionally $45l0
g'.-o..I luy cit tli- pri:e of.................................................. $ UU
Bran n.-w tnine.-rom e I.usi, situ ;.,-d ol on Eiahth .tru. -t. Five good bed-rooms., every modern
rn'.,ni-,.. Ni- iv l.k,-trel a ,l ,ii,.lIl ,. A ,o_,,,:i. rooviy, ell-ventilated ,CIilin
,:, 7 t,rt:, .l- h,:rli -. at.................... . .......................... .u u
On.' of th.I- ltn, n'.t i',miinE l-ios itn ,Miami. welI nI-,ppointd. Aind near the Bay. Lot 75 feet
wi],>-. l..- ,r .i" 'i,,i, 1 ,Vly (1on'..,!P :ieui-P; garage. a:';st front, rootny verandas, in the heart of
th., ,-.t t,,iri-t ii ,'n ,:t. A dc lir.' h. r $ n00
IIla,:, in I,%,'!y way,.at............................................................000
We l:1,' a lr; In, list ft' ,,fLil,,rt:tbl .sit;-ll ht-ln s ranging in ,prire from $2,110001) to $3500. some
of 1 hl 1i '1 i ,, ll. lI.,i'ilit ,on _.-i"0 t, ri s i' ,l.C i'el.
W.- also Ilh.'.-. ,aiat l:t'. wt,'l In-oat-.-d in \ariiis i.iarts of the city at $450 and up. We have a
ltthi O i-f lots thaI,it y-',u :,ii, 11 y 11 On II.I" Oo'11 ti-,rhis.
\\,: lh.\' < ioii,,l. wIl ..-+t..li.ih,.,i hole l t'I r s:dl' lI-,.t-.:tl on a rirn--r ni-ar tth- Bay. and having
:ul,,i.t 22 lI.,l.iromt. Tlts ili.rp,-] ty ha-s tu ltis dLid is a good buy Wrile or call on us for
p,,rti,.il, is.
It y 1,u 11ii t:. ,1.t it: liii.,i,. in Mimin w rit.- t u ', W e a.An Iprolimbly be ,it assistance to
y.ii int 'A-ttVi.: Ie, .til. W ia\,. svr:il ,lisiii-ss i, iiiii.ltii s frir s l,.. (ir t.iceries, drug
+.t, au',", 1U 1it i :ti'-:,11-,' t pIr>.'pisiri h ,. lIO ll t 'i ht. t '.
Bear in mind, these are only a few of the good things in our list. If you do not see what you
want here, ask us about it. We probably have it. We give prompt attention to all mail inquir-
ies, arid courteous treatment to all customers.


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Can. Meet YOUR DEMANDS on ANY Kind

of an Investment Desired
This large raect-of 760 acm, oaistigdng principally of high pine land, with some ri'teb ham- '
mooe, m arl &tad rmuk soil, bas & freltage of tamarly a mile on the Miamni river, and is com-
plety m unOudedby fom-aedamize. bolt roads, being located juAt wast of the present
ecty Pits.

400 Acres of City Blocks


ON LAWRKEN* DRIVE
Blocke- of 20.4als, fading famous Lawrence Drive with
its Australlan Pine, Rubber Trtees, Palms t
and ofher shitirwy. ri e............. uu$6000
ON AwVwroU


Blocks of 20 lots, ftaming newly build st reet,
sirAble buflmg sites, second street west
of Drive. Pric ........................
FIFTH STREET


very de-
$5000


Bloem of 20 lots, facing a math traveled thorugh-
fare sad easily $6000
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ON TWELITH STREET ROAD
Blocks of 10 lots one end facing road, the other extend
ing to either 12th or 13th street, each lot $350
a double ender. Price ................. $35
NEAREST TO OITY LIMITS
Blocks of 18 lots within two blocks of eity limits, the
closest in property we have fn
to offer. Price ....................... $4500
TWENTIETH STREET
Blocks of 20 lots on the Orange Glade road, leadhig
into the E-verglades$60 ..
Price ......................... $6000


Over $100,000 worth of the above blocks sold in sixty days.
Oe pirobhaser doubled his money in ten days. 100
par cent oaaily made in six months.

Lots in This Sub-Division Can be Secured for $500 to $900 Each
Them lots are 50x150 and located in blocks which have already been sold to individuals who
are retsilg ,same.


80 Acres of Bearing Grove
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Each of these tracts has a river frontage of 103 feet, running haok to one of the main county ro'k roads.
ideally located for a river front home. All trees have been fertilized and are in fine condition and ought to have
a bumper crop next season. River front lots are' becoming scarce and these values $211A0
are low. From 3 1-2 to 5 1-2 acres in each tract. Per acre ..................................... V-00

80 Acres of Unimproved Grove Tracts
Tiese five-acre tracts face on the county rock road and extend toward the Miami river, being a high pine-
land with very little rock; also some hammock near rivrw. Soil conceded by experts tho best in this vicinity for
Grapefruit. Tract 1, $2,000. Tracts 14, 15 and 16, eaoh $1,500. Balance, each $1,250.

Miami River Groves
Smoothly and quietly the unruffled waters of the Miami river, clear and sparkling, wind their way through
tropical jungles, fringed with flies and bordred with palms aud mangroves e-ntwined with vines and flowers.
past groves and beautiful homes. On this stream, whoso waters never become stainant, in this celebrated estate
there are three exceptionally charming locations. described below:


Nine Acres

Bearing Grapefruit and other
tropical fruits, located at the
forks.of the Miami river; place
under-irrigation; has neat little
cottage and barn. This is one
of. the most beautiful sites in
the oounty for a winter home.
RiMrkably low $15000
priceat ..........


20 Acre Home Place
The most complete winter horn, proposi-
tion in the country. lInprnvemnts. in-
cluding four residences, packing hoise, ir-
rigating plant, barns, dairy, workshops,
famous Riverside Grove snriountitj.
buildings, and the most beautiful antd en-
chanting river front park iu the state,
with its fine lawns, shrubbery, palms. vari-
colored flowers and many tropical plants,
the driveway ending at the wharf adjoin-
ing which is a verycommodiousboat house.
This property hns been the talk ot the
thousands of yearly visitors to th-s-
grounds. easily worth $0000
$ld0.0000--our prioe ........ $PUU0


Eight Acres

Fronting on the south fork of
the Miami river, and exremnding
back to the rock road, half of tract
hein" mu'k and marl, desirable
for trucking purposes; balance
pineland, two acres of which is in
hearing grove. A very fine build-
ing site with opportunities of
1.iaitifying river front and mak-
ing this a very high- ,0
class prop.r-it ion ..0... 600


OUR TERMS ON LL OF THIS PROPERTY IS ONE-FOURTH CASH. BALANCE IN THREE EQUAL IN-
STALLMENTS AT EIGHT PER CENT INTEREST.

We carry on our regular listing both improved and unimproved ,ity properti-is, as well as
country lands, suitable for both grove and trucking propoitioons. We. invite ,orr-epondl.n,.e
regarding your investments in this county. We art here to svrv, you in any capacity possible.
Large Tracts Our Specialty
We have been in the real estate business in Florida continuously since the year 1883, and we have sold more
large tracts of land in the past three years than any firm in the State.
Our list includes tracts from 640 acres to 80,000 acres and over, in all parts of the state, suit-
able for colonization propositions. Tracts upon which extraordinary large profits can be re-
alized if properly handled. We have made monoy for others along this line and can do the same
for you. Full information given on request. Reference any bank or business in this city.





Tatum Bros. Real Estate and



Investment Company


214 Twelfth Street


MIAMI, FLA.


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DETROIT IS KNOWN TO BE BACKED AND MANAGED BY CAPABLE, EXPERIENCED, ENERGETIC
MEN OF INTEGRITY, who never quit improving Detroit land, knowing the great value of their land for
growing winter truck and citrus fruits, to excel any other in Florida, or in the United States; because of
richness of soil, freedom from frobt, nearness to market and best climatic conditions in America, if not
in the world.
DETROIT LAND TERMS: Only $10.00 cash, $10.00 ')oithly, no taxes, no interest, no rent to pay, Free De-
troit town lot. One crop ran he made to pay for the laud. Ov.r $500.00) per acre has been, and can be
produced from Detroit Marl Soil.
DETROIT TITLE CLEAR: Deed and Abstract furnished for land and lot, on final payment any time, but long
time, easy payments, for purchasers as regular terms.
DETROIT SALESMEN WANTED EVERYWHERE. The ninny special exclusive advantageous features i of
Dotrit, farthest South, free from freezing, best eliate, bl rops, inst revenue, rail and water shipping
facilities, Detroit and Homestead towns on the railroad j.iiuiiZ ouri lanil, b-th having school and church
privileges: stores, truck and fruit packing h,.usA.., mark,-t Ir farm pro.lu-ts. good people, coraline rock
paved roads, and wonderful growth and dev.-opment. all go toward lla-ing the Detroit proposition in a
class by itself, to interest new homeseeker< and investors, and encourage sales.
DETROIT GROWERS HAVE $1,000.00, IN 30 PREMIUMS, off.-red ,y the Mianmi Land & Development Com-
pany, to work for this winter, for b')t r-rop:s, and it is I -xpot-'l d$5iii0.01) or more will be received for crops
from one acre, from different Detroit Marl Soil f,-IdJs.
DETROIT IS THE ALPHA AND OMEGA PLACE, tlif first nn Florida mainland coming from Key West and
the last going South. Many c-,im, by the spllndil O,.:r-.Sea [Hliit'o from Gr(ilveston. and Mobile to Key
W.'t. .bvy steamship, and on the Worl..l Famnoui. Over-.ca Rnil Rout.,, from Key West to Detroit.
DETROIT FREE TRIPS, AND FREE FARM pirop .sitin fully explained on inquiry. Also special rate by Wa-
ter or Rail explained and quoted on application.
WRITE FOR BOOKLET, Terms and gpenerail inf.,rination. In,.rt nsmo andi address; clip form arranged be-
l.,w for your convenience and maiil. Don't hisitnt'- to write for any spe.,ial information. We like to
hear from you.
DON'T FORGET DETROIT-GENERAL OFFICE, REMOVED FROM MIAMI TO DETROIT, to do more effec-
tive developmentt work and h- at lioiie wirlii oir li,-troii ;-,A-l Ilumi-,t,-.ad friend. REMEMBER we have
a branch ,fffir- at Hoatni.t>.l uia] nng>d l.y l'flalpli .T. P,,w-rr W-tili Powers Land Company.
DETROIT PURCHASERS, LAND SEEKERS AND FRIENDS ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED to visit TATUM
BROS. Realty O(fice when in MIAMI. and Pnw,-i.r La-iidl i'oipanvy Offic e wlen in Homestead, BUT BUY
YOUR TICKET DIRECT TO DETROIT, AND MAKE OUR DETROIT GENERAL OFFICE YOUR
HEADQUARTERS. W. have boats aud t iihina taekl-l, atiitoiohi-s ann.l irigs, to show you a good time,
also to show good I-argains in Detroit Marl lanad, Muk Lan.d and Pine Land.


CLIP ALONG THIS LINE AND MAIL. DO IT NOW WHILE THIS IS BEFORE Y
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REMEMBER THE PLACE is DETROIT, DADE (ONTY, sOrE \ST FLORIDA. Th
v,-stigate- is NOW. We court the fullest invostiganoi. \'rite ii- iRt r)ETICiiT, OR WIRE OUR
FICE AT HOMESTEAD, when you are coming.
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Detroit, Florida

DETROIT CONSIDERED-" BACK TO THE FARM" is The cry. The small FARM suburban home place, is the
favorite, located in the SUNNY SOUTH, free from ioe and snow ,where cold storms and freezing do
not ruin the winter crops.
DBTBROT SOUTHEAST FLORIDA is the favorite plaee, thirty miles south of the county seat, MIAMI, joining
just south of Hom.estead.
DETROIT THE FARTHEST SOUTH TOWN on the mainland in the UNITED STATES. Most valuable for
growing winter truck and citrus fruit..
DETROIT THE NEW TOWN, on the Easi Coast Railway joining Homestead on the South. Detroit and Home-
stead are the towns we tie to on west side of our land.
DETROIT LESS THAN TWO YEARS OLD, and the be-st new town on the railroad.
DETROZT LOTS FREE-Given with eac-h ton-acre DETROIT FARM sold.
DETROIT THE COMING COMMERCIAL CENTER AND DISTRIBUTING POINT SOUTH OF MIAMI. De-.
troid haN Pine TImher Red Land to the North and West, and t il- Famnuq Detroit Marl Prairie to the South
and East, making the most popular body of land in Florida. tor future tributary trade from thousands of
small suburban farms, raising winter truck and citrus fruit.
DETROIT TOWN, DETROIT CANAL. AND DETROIT SUBURBAN FARM LAND PROPERTY, ALL ARE B.&
ING IMPROVED AND DEVELOPED, toward having Detroit Canal deepened and enlarged for extra
drainage and navigation, Boulevard driveways to the Bay, and suburban farms accessible by roads.
DETROIT MARL PRAIRIE SMALL FARMS HAVE BECOME NOTED, for producing Winter Garden truck.,
without loss by freezing.
DETROIT MARL LAND being farthest South In United States is most frost-proof. One crop saved from frost is
worth price of the land, and one crop lost by frost on lend farther North is more loss than Detroit land
could have been bought for. 4 .'
DETROIT TOWN AND SUBURBAN FARM LAND IS THE FARTHEST SOUTH ON MAINLAND IN THE
UNITED STATES, farthest, South in Florida and farthest South in Dade County, and the most frost-
proof. This frost-proof feature alone being worth the PRICE asked for the land. 'When others freez
Detroit crops capture the market.
DETROIT IS THIRTY MILES SOUTH OF OUR DADE COUNTY SEAT, MIAMI, THE MAGIC CITY, the queea
among beauties, and all Miami's gorgeous growth of trtre. fruits, flowers. vines, foliage and plant life will
grow at DETROIT, and then some, because of DETROIT'S FARTIITlEST SOUTH LOCATION and balmy
air, from the South as well as East.
DETROIT CITIZENS ARE UP-TO-DATE PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE, -ouling to Detroit to get away from' the
long, cold, Northern winters, and severe storms. Coming for health and future homes, and are glad-hand-
ed, open-hearted and enthu-sihatic, over Detroit's i-al climate nud proailwets for the future.
DETROIT PROGRESS'WONDERFUL. Less than nineteen months agn the Miami Land & Development Cota-
pany secured their Charter and started as owners of [Detroit. During these few months the Compevny
has constructed and opened the Detroit Canal from Detroit to Biscayc- Bay-nine miles; also has made
over one hundred miles of roadway drainage ditches, using the soil excavated, for road-beds, and the
dMtches toward draining the rainfall. Also made many milws of roads, and constructed bridges and cul-
verts. The Company has several houses and a ten-car railway side-trar-k at Detroit, and continually has
gasgs of men on roads and development work. The Company has er-eted a commodious offiso building
and now started the Detroit Demonstration Farm, under the care of Dr. B. F. Forrest, a competent sup-
erlitendent.

DON'T STOP HALF WAY!
Come to the King Row the First Move
Come to DETROIT "The Farthest South Town"
B. B. TATUM, President A. R. McLENNAN, Vice-President JAMES M. POWERS, Sec. and Treasa.
Directors I
J. H. Tatum, Jin. M. Young, A. R. McLennan, S. NY. Tatum, James M. Powers,
B. B. Tatum, T. H. Dunn.
Miami Land and Development Company
DETROIT, FLORIDA


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REDLAND EDITION, SECTION 3.


Homestead has every appearance
of becoming the largest town In the
Pedland district. It has the start
and. is attracting "busllpess enter-
prises of all kinds. It has 5 general,
torlas, meat market, restaurant, ho-
tel, drug store, garage, barber shop.
pool room. bank, lumber yard, real
psTstte offices, two physicians, two
telephone systems, blacksmith shop,
bicycle shop, bakery and other lines.
.All the real growth has been made
In the past three years, advancing aa
the district around it has developed.
The increase in business is the leg-
timate outcome of the country devel-
opment. The town Is probably a lit-
tle behind the country and Is being
pushed to the front by necessity.
With the momentum gained during
the past six months, however, there
will be no need of further pushing.
Homestead expects to lead the pro-
cession from now on.
The first purchaser of a lot In
Homestead was A. T. Duval who Is
-ow the postmnaster. That was eight


has also put in an ash pit and seems
to be making preparation's for putting
in a round house. The railroad
owns 80 acres adjoining the town
and will not dispose of an acre of
it, apparently figuring on using it
later on. A number of the railroad
officials also have acquired land in
the vicinity of Homestead, Indicating
their belief that something Inmport-
ant will be done there by the railroad
before long. Homestead is located
Just about midway between Fort
Pieroe 120 miles and Key West 126
miles and seems the natural place
for the railroad to make a division.
It is also the last place on the main-
land before starting over the over-
seas stretch of track. There are a
number of good reasons for the be-
lief that it will eventually become
a division point.
In experimenting for water the rail-
road went down 260 feet and had the
water at various depths analyzed. It
found the best water at 65 feet. It
now has a ten Inch well and an In-


HeNometeod's FinancialT Institutlon Started Business May, 1912.


The First School House in Homnstead; Now Inadequate to Demand. m0


S One of Homestead's FlourTlshing BuilneMot Conoerns.


years ago, but he did not move to
Homestead or build there until four
years later.
The first house, not counting the
railroad section houses was erected
by W. D. Homre. This was the pres-
ent Evans hotel. Mr. Horns put in
the first stock of goods on the ground
floor and lived on the second floor.
He afterwards built the building
where Campbell Bros., have their
store and the first building was turn-
ed Into a hotel.
The railroad reached Homestead
in 1905 but the place only had a
jerk-water sert-ice for a year or two.
Now there is a fine depot and the
sr-rvlce is good, especially In the win-
ter time. The railroad has been a
blessing to this whole section, but
the rapid development of town and
country is returning the bread cast
upon the waters Some day, and It
is not far distant. Homestead will
be one of the best shipping points
on the East Coast line.
There is nearly a universal be-
lief that Homestead will become a
division point for the East Coast
railroad. It is now the pumping
station for all the water used by
the railroad between Homestead and
Key Weet. Two and three train-
loadp of water a day are carried
PWhMu Mt u lfte. Tlhe raflrmIl


exhaustible supply. The pump lifts
8,000 gallons a minute aad does not
l6wer &e water In the well a-half
Lnch.
The railroad now has dsy and
night operators and all trains take
orders there. Several train crews
now make headquarters at Home-
stead.
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The town has two principle streets
at present, both facing the railroad,
but a number of sub-divisians have
been laid out. The lots are selling
fast at good prices. Town people
and those from neighboring home-
steads are buying them.
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The South Florida Banner is the
title of Homestead's progressive
newspaper, edited and published by
Rev. J. A. Kahl The business men
are well represented In Its columns
and the community takes just pride
In this enterprise. A mod newspa-

Both the Baptists and M E.
Church, swcuth, .have organizations
and both have lots In Homesteao on
which to build There are. however.
noc church buildings in the town. A
Union Sunday school is held In the
scboolhoqse and the'Methodists have
preaching on alternate Sundays by
r.,,totbrr e.f DaniLa.


StI eet Scene in Homestead in August, 1912. Four New Brililng- Have
Date.


Been Erected in This Row Since That


Business Men of Homestead

Meeting the Conditions of a New Country and Drawing a Fine Trade From the
Districts Surrounding the Town.


The Homestead Mercantile corn- W. J. Tweedell, originally from
pany is a home organization, capi- the Redland district, has a general
talized at $2'(Y,000. It Is erecting a merchandise store in Homestead.
large two-stor'y concrete building He is a candidate for'county corn-
and will be ready for business some- i missioner in the fifth district.
time it October. A general mercan- *
tile business will be conducted. W. J. M. Bauer conducts a fertilizer
D. Hornet is president, H. Brooker, business in Homestead and has other
vice-pre'ident. S. E. Livingston is interests in the town.
secretary and treasurer,, and T. A. *
Campbell and L. H. Lehman are ad- W. D. Horns has the distinction
dlilonal directors. This store will be of having built the first house in the


J. .C. Davis has homesteaded the
40 acres on which the East Coast
Railroad had laid out the town of
Homertead. The Model Land Co.,
entered a contest. The evidence was
taken before Justice C. ,. Hill. The
contest was decided in Davis' favor'
at Gainesville, but the Model Land I
Co., appealed the case to the Depart-
ment at Washington. A final decis-
ion wVil probably be forthcoming in
a month or two.


one of t'he big instltuti,'ns of the town of Homestead outside of the I *
town and will no dotirbc atra' -t a railroad section houses. That was E. F. Brooker has recently sold his I
large business from the Homestead in the year 1904, after the railroad L:- 1 etrcit and has moved to:
country. had reached that point. There were i . .: Like a sensible man hy
no other houses built at Homestead took up a homestead in 1910. It is
R. F. Tatum is one of Homestead's for three years, so. Mr. Horne was l cat.t in sections 23 and 26. He
active real estate men. He has been without a rival in business or social iput out 5 acres in grape fruit and 2
successful in interesting a large affairs all that time. That -didn't, acres in avacadoes. He worked for
.number of northern investors in the make him proud, but only induced the East Coast Railroad for eight
redlands of the district. His sales him to work that much harder. He years before locating on his home-
in one wek amounted to $25,000. Mr. is now reaping 'his reward and is stead, lie is sure that his is a great
Tatum has given this country a thor- at the head of several growing and country for fruit growing.
tough study and says that he does not developing enterprises. This first *
believe there is as good a citrus fruit house that Mr. Hornet built was a T.A. Campbell lives out a half
section anywhere in the United store room with an upstairs for liv-Imile from Homestead, where he has
States. His Interest In Florida be- ing rooms. He conducted the store a comfortable six-room house on his
gan with the Everglades and the vis- and afterwards built a separate room original tract. He has a three-acre
it of a fellow townsman, but was 'for the business and turned the first I oina a otHer'ihsprovements. He
house'ci' and other improvements. Hfe
completely captivated when he per- house into a hotel which is now call- is now engaged in the mercantile
sonally investigated the Redland por- ed the Evans house. iMr. Borne is a business in the town with his broth-
tion of southern Dade county. Mr. Floridian and came here from Madi- | N. V. Campbell When he first
Tatum has made a specialty of gath- son county. He has been engaged irfi homesteaded, there waq not even a
ering facts and figures about the va- farming practically all his life. He iC road out to his place. Now fine
rious industries of the Homestead usually crops some at Homestead e roads e bn bil a through the
country, and will soon issue a book- every winter, and has been one of the o r through the
let containing the result of his ob- successful growers. He has made as Il wtry" Then o-r "'slingtel and
servations. A new office building high as $700 per acre from a to- store were the only buildingrooms and res-
has been put up by him. He 'has al- mato crop and has never failed to i one. s e going up all over the
mak seneproit On yar iemad "idicences are going up all over the
so laid out a town addition. make some profit. One year lie made wnsite
$2,500 from 5 acres of tomatoes, but towsite.
The Bank of Homestead was or- thinks $200 is a good average for a
ganized May 1, 1912,m witha capital truck farmer to figure on. He never T. E. Evans is tae proprietor of
stock of $15,000. It has already farms over 8 acres. He was a rest- the Evans hotel atf omestead. It is
detposits oamounng to aover s a d dent of Homesteal four years before on the main -.,i-., street, contains
deposits amounting to over $3 .00An
, i 1 i i~r:' ,- ,,i ii I i i 11 ", f =r i1 rhii. I,1,11,< 1 .1 [ I r ,- i '- i r ... ,I',11 .in ,i] 1 1,'.,,J r 1.11 i
large ly the imiiin of people in i 'I Ilh i I i, r1,. I 1- 1ti, .r, c'. i, .i ri tie dl,-
the Honreltesd country. Tl, ,1,i i.-,'- a -' ri rr l un r t i*i Iii .. '..r r 10,
t.ors or the hank are W H rr .. '1c h. ,,-,1 ,-. I -', 1,. - t.. 1 -. '1 1 1 .i. r. r 'lr- 1 't-
Presildent., Thos Brewer. i._ -'-pr si. Il.i s no -,Ith,,-- .I .. hi,- =--' I ii '. i" i,' ..', ri .*i ntr
dent; R. E. Caves D MI R ohr-.rts a nd ,r h ,',,i l i.I I '." ' t '-'_ ii1.,- i i l t f .|ljn-
A. C Horne The cashier u .he bank n, t,, Ir- C., T,,,,.,i 1 .- I,- r i "-. ,, ct ," I- I , I i t-:,n in a hlil,].
Is H. R. Pridgen. who came from Ha- a tate r)ri.-e ,-.z ,i mu. ; ii ', -nr,. .r.rlli .Hid withinn a wef k
zelhurst. Ga The business of the Of lqnd tie ,u Ir,-"-'|,,nri ,-,,trhe LlIjk i t-' .. -..K t, h, tpLI- sihhlire, of FFlor
bank Is largely In excess of the x- of I ti-ntrt il r.-i'-I.i -t' G, ;t., i, a. I'l.. p i cit C t f,,r n, res of
pectations of the organizers and is er ,nt P l'r i'r T 1r,, ,i'. ,r-- t n, |re ,tri I,;dr . i h. d n-I have
a good Indication of the sicbstan- lfi.n ot i !e i-itr, -..-., i jl- a i,.lhc rhr.-r-a,.. gri e o, n a mall
trial character of the com m unity. c n .dI.. -, -,, '. i t ,P, ,,1,, I, .Ir' i t c. l,,- .ir I > riar t,..nr hiland
v T--lt'clinnu. 1',) .1, lir'i.v i nt-m iu i. II i-i' h-air 11 Cife ii t ,i-s icihiand
o *I use miie r nIr' i f i'o.'. ci l.,- 1t. jIi l-t -iL i i l I.-n 111 t 'il -:0 a3 .i is
The Dade county Telephone Co., be-e,.n ccl,.-,i t ,- ii -,h ri.lc hi--.I n'al:- tb.',r fi iends in the.
Is organized under the lacs of the o1' o a voihru It cr- ir'.,. H4 i noriti rhi' ,.i -,:i.ndtii onr,'u I" n here.
State of Florida with a capital of a fnmll. ronnItlnir ,:i a ro ', r. .iir,. I I
$10,0)(). The directors are: J. U. thre:.- 'hlldi -n iant ni'-. lit'.- -v I A T !u .,l is it-? postmaierr at
Free, W D. Home, R. L. Mooser, G. worlkrig hinrd and ic li- 1,;. 1t. 'r ,.t'- Ht.., '. r i- .anrd I-,a th-- d tinriction of
W Moody. C. T. Plum mer. A. C. for!. in huilllru, il t .- .- .,,h ,,'iri 'I ir,-g i.. rirs It,,r in th. l iown when
Hornet and J. L. Bllllngsley. The In which h Ii,-s Ii, -i' I .,, Tii i -r .3s ien.. right years aEo
line has recently begin built running run naroicnd il,;hri -in-i' 1. I11 H.-ni. ei ir- h ,ni i i'ru o to nloh n-itead, hoiw'-
from Detroit- Lo Perrine. when it steal is goon rn-i-l fr n.e itll i ,ii r ,.uc1' later. Even
connects with the M iam i -yst-m K t ilr n i, c ' r- hii. ie -' buildings in
There Is now more than 216 aile3 A F i'.mrr Is ,nili. ri,!g a ,i '- 2 ",- t, ni : 'm b 1 rl.d i t tinm -
of wire on poles. The Telephoi store in Hr., -,;r. -,J .] ir aln i )i|,-.I. iii* ,t i: iI I.Ii, Ii he po'toffi,.e.
company is already a paying propo- ca| to h-. l ,. r.a ,,] n c-In
sltion and Its stock Is in demand .i 0
sitn and Its years ago he ok i',ind lilr.c tleI V. N-.hLs I the proprelor of the
E A.Ss k *p balance of the fE.t-c !-a h... i n,..,. I I Hii,,ii-nu n 'rr, and ileat Mlart.:-
E. A. Slstrunk has purchased 3 1-2 l s living on rhi hiC m t-r. ,,. h,i n .-i- o"t Hnlt ha; ocli-r tiirerpeis. H: ,s
acres of young grote and rice lot tinme if lo.ok l iit.r iI -.i..l.. aid.J h 'llI'iii "I' l-da h"c iki'-mrv hulene ..'
in Homestead. He Is figuring on th lIe car- if th.- p ,,r- .-C T.,-i.,,,,, ', 111 d.,- Lit i:l a1 d 1`t mno5rth as
making It his home. C-,. chih has fitly C.Il .eru dnYi 't '- A i r.-:irc ir.T a hoinng
4 covers a cn.itc lcafinom -Lir n ita-' -i.ni-:r,-T .'i it.li rental huiiding.s
Mrs. Morris, from Danla. has leas- most to I'rlin-eon Mr Fr..'.,--ir t i n of hi- ,*t lnns. I-
ed for two years the restaurant build- came from Topeka. Karas -,;I. '".hen I ciane here two years
Ing which Mr. Bauer has erected oa an a t H ci- ,, .bur 3 n as I dubid,-,-n
the Southslde. There seems te be Walker & CaveF hate billt the flit Hi, ii- i ,j.j-b ut as-o)n as I shir-dia
leny f bsiessfo suh n tvnr2is". c.:v1- clncher itseem. thatt
plenty of business for such an addi- garage in Homestead It Is a ,\ l |ir tvtof c.i lia-rs got thp feuer and te-
non to the town's business life. feet. giving storage room ror airt.:,, a hcun tioll.ins al'o." r ,r. Nbles start-
* and Including a repair shop for a'l- _. in this rc.uritry '.ih ba tie com-
0. H. Hammond. who homesteaded tos and motorcycles. The. are k.ep- pany.
In seotlon 34, is putting in a meat Ing all kindJ; of ar-.',-omirs. BoTIi *
market at Homestead. A new build- the partner aro rrattiial auiito i-,n J. E. Co-ihrante has chnire of the
Ing is being erected for him beyond Thes,? ruin "n hat.- a ticii-Inr h-i air-.re.-,d i'lh:irraia. -hi-hl is own-
the posteffice. He has received a car- hii'incs: carar before tIcni. Then-', 1.3 \V. i Horn.-. Mr Co. lirane
load of cattle which he will prepare havr_ been wrklng in garagrs for th-? trinokl rharr,' ast SepTember. coming
himself for the market, past three scars. from Taylur county.


West Side of Railroad, Homestead. This Does Not Show Net-lJjo.S.c CvA
Company,


Farmers Around Homestead

Most of Them Secured 160 Acres of Land From
Their Uncle Samuel


To the nuorihi .Id nia,:t oi the t' an an a, rc f.ait -%ar he had a crop
of Htuoni Fir,:,l li-., an irr-siular travt I of bans on ".-4 ., an a, re which net-
of pilne land, tLiniud-id lI narrow i I.d dhiin ill ''. } V L't.-il'LeS a man can
glade&, on the e-ast and a's.iith.-srt m:nl,., a IilcJLI, hrer1 if he has the stuff
and riy th- E erglpidis on h- h.o?,-:t Iin iim r,, iitao h a Il'-icing anywhere
TI-i. Iais all then filed on i.v the else i ih,' 'nitiLd Slates. He expects
hor ,-lr. -adeis t acid mill i h ( it ha. al- to :oltin ,i.-' I,. ,.ut in mire grocer each
r'ead. L., ,n i|atir.tJfl ILi i. aJjij ted to yI-at \V .in. B-eate. h p purchased
the ijln,- kind 'of i.iliuire anid ill 12n, a, ri-s uf is ii i LI. Lbut so far has
I'roil .. tlih- s.njeI rapid anl hl.'itfhy made no irnlii't.,v, bernti on It.
gr'ov. tli in trllb ii 'rnt a- uthr ir .ir- *
tons of the entire Redland dittrict J. Sell. of Kalesiell, Morat.. is now
There are prl.hably about 2i.i) the o" ner of thi- Martha Finch home-
a',ri's already in br-aring groves in stead and.l paI t':i make some Im-
rlik, di-trlt. The trees look healthy. rov'ement or, it be-fore long. This
int-n made a rapid growth and are isl In section 11, no'thweq. of Home-
l,'aled duicn with bright juicy raDe stead.


(rut and orauig.-s. The aitxadlo
tr..;- are al-o '.lellIng good crojps
Th- lUmiot reniamrsabl, thing about
the district is the large amount of
Iirne larid that is being cleared and
I'larIi'-d to young grove. It would
i, %Gi.- to say that dorIng the rom-
rig twv.olve months there will be at
least iClii. acres of land cleared and
ilantel ro gr.ve This would be
three times the development In one


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Wim. Bealev rif Brown county,
Kansas, has ri-iticased 4ii0 acres of
land in the FIelland country and has
a 7-acre grove lie contemplates
further Improvemnient.
a
D. W. Lucus purchased the Henry
Hunt homestead in se,:tion 2 last
fall. He Is a well-to-do stockman
from Iowa and is planning to bring


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Residence of J. J. Beach., Modello, Where Roses Bloom All Year Round.


A Oomhination of Glrape Fruit Grove and Pine Apple Plantation.


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Hfome of JoRin E. Reynolds; Started in Redlands With Capital of $2.40.

year that has been made In the eight a colon, here this fall They will cer-'
'reviouz ones inie settlement brst tetnly' nnd a fas.-inatrng country af-
Commenced In the district, ter they once see ubat will grow in.
One recent purchaser has let a con- this red. rocky soil.
tract for the clearing and planting of r *
4u acres of grove ea.h: .war for the Robert Conke. a civil engineer on '
next four years. On another quarltr th,- exteniun. purchased the Sara
-ectlion whih has been sub-divided Capliitger homettead in section II. -*
shi'ie Janiuary Ist. enough clearing pit, ,a: a a.-acre grove, of which -'
has been done and :ontratiled to take I aIcris art i bearing. He has 8
care of 7u acres of new grove. All more acres cleared. It is all In grape ..
over the district there Is unusual fruit. He has had the place about -
a:tivity and thf. new people ccniing Eix monilil. -
in are icing with the older settlers a a
in making imnrrovements. C I..qherritt has sold most of his
mental in th ra pcwilr l ormexrat A Ioni.-r:-,Iid in ooctln 36 and will
m-ntal in thsrapidevollmle. A i t-s,, blacksmith shop in
10.k at the gro,.-s ranging hr age HHocestead. He is one of the early
from one to nine ears old "on\ln.-e3 sett lers. .
the mo-.t skeptical of thr. adartablility 0
uf Iilis soil for fritl grotlrig TpiT,-
laige niimb.-r o[ new9 grove- zi3 onl. Grant E. Alln. of Topeka, Kansas,
the natural rpsub r of an Increasing has a plar,, near Homestead with a
nr ti|,,-r ci I,-.o[,Io be-eonr ing ar S5-acre grove. *
quainted with the country's posslbili- *
ilm Th- ,titi ity o 1 9 2 nmay be Mr. Wiggringt(,n, of Miaml has a a
douibl-' in 'l13, when still more fine trar t laud tpusite the Re I-
p-upl., Nill tall un'lor thile 'ell or land postofi< e which will be Improv-
tiis ',utilr y's .-harms. ed.
R. E. Caves crime here fi,? v'-ars Chs T. Fuc-hs came from Milam,
ago from tie Indian Fiter riiii r, 'T. nn about six months ago and X
and lork a homestead. HeI now has boiili a. Fred Thomas homestead "
4 acre-s or hearing grove ant 6 acres In section 11 He set out 9 acres to
more In youngg trees. There is a gro,'e---gr',.e fruit and Hart'sa Late
nice two-story house on his place, and King oranges. He says thil e .
Ho farms on both the pile and glade the healthiest place be baa ever Ift .
land, and gets a fair return every ed. Chickens do flint here and paop
-ar. He says h e can average $200 well. He will L.CjI L..- ZV.a...B "
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PAGN2.


HOMESTEAD-mmmTHE FASTEST GROWING TOWN IN REDLANDS

Probable Railroad Center, ut Present Advance Resultof Grove and Truck LanI
Probable Railroad Center, but Present Advance Result of Grove and Truck Land


Ijomestead's Recent Uplift

During the Past Two Years the Town Has Made Its
Most Rapid Strides.


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REDLAND IZIXON, SECTION S.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS,' SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


a lioe. He has a curiusitj in the
'shaileof two apple trees of the Bon
BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS IN lo'
Iral nurer~ c:f tru.L. Tb.- a.,lples are
'I ome whal snm ller than i t -l r or ,hv-rn
AND AROUND HOMESTEAD SECTION ; o,
perfect sprecinieris lie [has sondidsrie
-of his iiori -stteaJ. Sjosti*'m Bri .
R. L. Moser has been one of the East Prussia and has bad consldera- and can be eaten like an orang, or ,t Hallandale ad h ,arNe nok,' brutig
active men around Homestead and ble experience with northern fruits. a grape fruit. It is thin skinned, it 1-, acres in gro'e andj Intend
Detroit for the past two years. He Mr. CGrutzbach is greatly pleased" sweet and juicy, and ripe-ns in Feb- eventually to oirt it all out. His son-
came from Topeka, Kansas, took up with the outlook for the citrus indus- ruary. He had the first tangclo grove in-lav. A C. -Homrne. 'has another il
a homestead and planted out a grove, try in the Redland country., in the Home-read country y His acres vihch he is gettmn ready for
He has been largely Instrumental in place might also be ,:ailed an expe-ri- ac r h h oneihichs e has a home.
bringing a number of settlers Into S. L. McClanahan came from Kan- me-intal farm, for he has now gron- a grove and on tri. ch ie hasn makne.
this section. He has a subdivision sas to Ft. Lauderdale to look after ing sixteen %arieties of grape iruit. exnerimints and h'as peach, cherry
of 1) acres just north of town and some Everglale land which he had thirit-dve varieties of oranges some and fg trees n ,r, his place and
Is also handling the Miller addition purchased, but not finding it. ready on two stocl:si., shadJocV's. limes, ac, nte Ndigara prape. He is a firm
of 5 a res which has been dirlvided tror occupancy came to Redland and tanrigelos and others of the tinriis believer in tbe future of this section
Into business lois. Mr. Moser lives purchased the L. M. Watkins home- family on an acre of ground in tront ai a fruit proposition and is rising
on his homestead, but gets into the stead in January. He has already put of the house. He has a tree nursery to make his permanent hoime here.
town etery day, and makes a trip to in 10 acres of grove and has cleared in addition. The agricultural de- *
Miami twice a week In an auto. Mr. for 5 acres more. He has disposed apartment has 4 1-'2 a res of his land R H Fit'natrick. north of Home-
Moser bas a comfortable and delight- of a portion of the homestead. John as an experimental station for qer- ha an Stri,.ar tract of land
ful place at his homestead, with an Righter bought 10 acres and Is put- tain fruits There is an almost cmrn- on which he has S asores of grov, a
artistic tone fence surrounding it tling a grove. J. H. Sadler bought' plete collection of mangoes and avo- home anid ther buildings. g -e has
and a yard filled with shrubbery. 10) acres and is arranging for its radoe--4it different mangoes and al. a neuranry of fruit stock.
clearing. R. J. Moon secured 10 about 60 varieties of avor.adoes The a -
T. P. Brooker has been In the acres of grove. J. M. Holcomb has collection of guat-as and anonas is C C. Alcrlinn was one of the Flor-
Homestead section for two years, 60 acres and will put In 20 acres of sail to be the finest in the world. ida fruit grers who losi a grove
took up land, in section 22 west of grove. The way this quarter was This experimental tpact' is handled on the west goesw in the h li fryex of
Detroit, commuted and is now living divided and is being cleared up will on shares by the government and Mr. so was ea-ily Induced to try
in the town of Homestead. He is give some idea of the activity in the Kro.me. What Is being done here South Dade cou.nity later on He has
one of the incorporators of the Home- Redland district. Two new houses will be of great benefit to the fu- never rDegrerytc ,.ming here He took
stead Mercantile Co and will be one will be built on the place at once ture of the fruit industry of Dade up a hometefad in I1,3 He has a
of the assistants in the new store, and probably others before long. Mr county. Mr. Krome will eventually u sall, gre of rape fruit, orange ,
lIe has purchased lots for a home. McClsnahan still retains 40 acres for build a fine home on the place and pears, and manrgoeis. One year hbe
his own use. As he Is an active, en- make it his permanent residence shipped 2,37 pears to New York and
J. U. Free Is one of the most active ergetle man, It Is not likely he will when he gives up railroading. His received $04 56 for them. or at the
men about Homestead. He is propri- let it be unimproved very long. father, Judge H. Krome. of I1i- rate of $1.7. a drz.-n. La.tr sear a
etor of a general merchandise store; nose, has 16i arres near him, with shipment of six crates hro-ugli himn
owns a bicycle and motorcycle shop; Geo. S. McClure is chief clerk for 12 1-2 acres cleared and set to gr'e I or $. per crate. From 15
usa -i~ ah. -3iKLti au ano isman-p- ..ZCJJC the LiJOenlner ftpqti prhrvpt ?' n4


baS aL blaLKslItn -shop, anld Is mana-
ager of the Dade County Telephone
Co. He has platted two additions to
the town of Humestead, which have
been sold rapid!y. Mr. Free doesn't
have many idle moment to talk, and
stays on his job day and night. He
homesteaded eight years ago, but
worked on the extension for three
years to earn money to keep his fam-
ily on the homestead. He has a
grove of IA acres and Is setting out
10 acres more. Uike others In the
Redland country, he Is a firm believer
in the future of South Dade county
as a citrus fruit district.
'0
Henry Brooker, like others of thq
early settlers, was not particularly
impressed with the country when tbe
first saw it. He asserts, "At one
time I would have given my land,
1 1-2 miles southwest of iJornmestead,
to a negro if he would have taken
It." Bub he changed his mind when
be began to note the development of
the groves. He now says, "This is
the best fruit country I ever saw,
and I was raised on the west coast
where they have some good groves."
There is now a good six-room house
on his place and a young five-acre
grove. Mr. Brooker Is a stockholder
and general manager of the Home-
s stead Mercantile Co., which is just
completing a two-story concrete
building.
B B
Dr. E. L. Brooks has been practic-
ing medicine In Homestead for five
years and says the health of the com-
munity has been above the average
of a town that size. The doctor says,
- .'The .o6qulto which carries the ma-
lartt gdftn does not live down here."
.e 'has 15 acres of land adjoining the
town, part of wlhch Is in grove and
part has been platted in town lots.
The latter have sold readily at good
figures. -He has some two-year-old
avacado trees which are bearing
fruit.
4
Win. H. Sykes has 80 acres in sec-
tion 10. iHe has had It for three
years. He came from Philadelphia
where he was a railroad man, but Is
certain that he will like the life in
tbe open air of Florida much better
than the strenuous l'fe on the road.
His boss wanted to know why he was
coming to Florida where there was
nothing but snakes and fever, but
Mr. Sykes says he has never found
a healthier place to live. He has a
4-acre grove already In and will
plant more. He has made good mon-
ey raising tomatoes. He had never
'seen a tomato outside of a city mark-
et until he came here. yet the first
year he raised tomatoes on the glade."
near Homestead he cleared $3.510
on 25 acres. The nest year he cleared
$1100. He has a wife and six chil-
dren and has never had a day's sick-
pes since they have been here.
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E. B. Gritabach homesteaded in
28-F,6-2S ani afterwards niarried
Mrs. A. F. Hill. %ho had homestead-
ed In section ,35. They have groves
on both planes and a nursery on 3.
with about 1 '1.100 tree.; growing. All
that are ready to deliver have been
sold. It Is located a mile west o'
the Redlanl store. Mr. Grutzbach
Is a mechanical .engineer by trade.
but finds nmoie real enjoyment In
raising trees than in the crowded
city marts. He was originally from


%% J U i1kI JLJe., tne enC L 0Lter eng 11-inee ou'
the Florida East Coast railroad, bit
also looks after Mr. Krome's grove
and interests north of Homestead.
He also has 160 acres of fruit land
with an 8-a,-re grove which he gives
his personal attention. He has built
an artistic bungalow near the rock
road and has made It as comfortable
and livable for this Florida climniate.
A swimming pool 2fx0o feet is an
Innovation. But Mr. M'Clure thinks
the $5Ci", spent In its construction
the most profitable investment be
has made judging by the enjoyment
his family gets from it. Mr. MeClure
believes in adding as manv of the
comforts of life as possible to the
natural advantages of this tropical
climate.

C. S. Loomis has a good homestead
in section 2. He is a carpenter by
trade.
B B B
Mrs. L. L. Bow enjoys the hours of
daylight in company with the trees
and plants which grow so luxuilous-
ly in this sub-tropical climate. She
looks after her 12-acre grove of
grape fruit north pf Homestead and
gives her spare time to "W. J.
Krome's nursery. Her interest is
practical as well as that of a lover of-I
nature in her varied forms. To make
a tree or plant grow properly is a
great pleasure, but to make them
both grow and minister to the neces-
sities of mankind is pleas-ire dou-
bled. Her crop of grape fruit this
year will be good. Her oldest trees
are seven years old. On the place
are thirteen varieties of mangoes.,
three of avoc:adoes, besides soursop,
sugar apples, gose6erries, mtulber-
rles. seven varieties of guavas, six of
lemons and four of limes. She also
has a lime grove on Cudjoe's Key.
twenty miles from Key West. There
are a number of peach trees on her
place which yield a fairly good fruit.
but she does not see why any one
should pay attention to peae-hes
when such fine citrus fruit can be
raised so easily. Mrs. Bow is an
accomplished mu-ician, having stud-
led at the New England Conserva-
tory at Boston, and aids largely in
making the social life of Redland at-
tractive.
B S
W. J. Krome prefers spen.intg his
time on his place north of Home-
stead and taking care of his trees
and plants to the interesting and a.-
tive life of chief engineer of the
Florida East Coast railroad. He is
In direct charge of the extension
work and makes his headquarters at
Marathon, but goes out to his grove
as often as possible. He owns over
450 acres of land in this viclnty. He
homesteaded 16e) acres of this and
acquired the balance by purc-hai-se.
He gained a knowledge of the coun-
try ahen In charge of the railroad
surveying party. In the early dnys
when Te first settled on his home-
stead, it took him six or seven days
to make the r-ound trip from Miami
to his ila'e. coming h' boat to Cut-
ler and then walking the balance onf
the way. lie now has a place that
is %ell worth seeing. There are 17
acres of grape fruit trees of varloua_
ages. He has 6A0i tangelo trees a
hybridized larlety o f (ruit a' y.-t lit-
tle known, but which will brine
a fancy price in ihe niarket. Itr is
a c-ross of tho ponehlo and tani,-.rinp


50,000 Citrus Buds


READY FOR DELIVERY FROM THE FAMOUS


Silver Palm and Redland Nurseries
All my buds are from bearing trees, Marsh's seedless, from
the Norwood Grove; Davis seedless from the P. H. Lee
Grove; Florida common budded and seedling buds from my
grove; Castello tangerine from the Castello Grove, and Val-
en6ia late from the Chandler Grove, King Oranges, Parson
Brown and other approved varieties. I have the only genu-
ine Florida seedling stock for sale in this section or buds on
same. The old Florida seedling is the finest fruit grown, and
I do not believe that any other stock is as good as this.
Will pay ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD for
satisfactory evidence of any four-year-old grove in Dade
county that has given better results than mine, and don't be-
lieve it is surpassed on the mainland of Florida.
See my nurseries before you buy your citrus stock. It
means money to you.
I will clear land, plant and care for twenty to fifty
acre grove if near any of my groves, for other parties. Lib-
eral discount for cash or part cash orders.


H. DOVE ALLISON, Proprietor
NARANJA, FLORIDA.




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B. Fitzpatrick who homesteaded
two nmtles north of town is one of
the early day pioneers who has im-
proved Iris opportunities and his
place at the sanme time. He has been
on the homestead now. for eight
sears. In addition to a 2-acre grove,
he is planting s-venteen more acres
in grape fruit. He has also some fine
pear and niango tress Expects to
have 211 au-re in grove altogerther.
He Is building four tenant houses
on hi plaie for hit hellp and they are
gbing to ,io his cropping on shares.
A sawmill ha; been erei tfd on the
place and thp timber and palmetto
will be cleare,i oft Then Mr Fitz-
patrick says, it will grow rip in a
good natie grass 1uitahle for pas-
ture. He now has 5ei0 areas f'nc-ed
for pasture and his mules and cous
get no other hay. They look sle-.-k
and fat He never buys a bale of
hay H- sa.s in a few years the
rock wears down under the influence
of the harrow and tematoe( can then
be planted tn most of the land with


threr- years Then he siPt out his
'tJ\ h ,' '.ih -lih 1i no" lade-un i ttn hall. .
Ssome ItiiIt. He thiik.s ti-,'l:iue6t lad
'Aill Le the main. tri.,lh g p t ,t outbi
i'-f Miani ani ieefi'.er-;L ti re is a
gqreaar itliie ahejail lor the .,'ulttr'
Mr Bre %er is the :oiinn', comnitt-
n"iner t'rorm tri,1 elttI irt an]d has
li-lp'-l .o hi il-.J the roa.l s.\s, -ro
thrciihgliout thri ee\reme ouiitli end
of the ollnte.

J. H. Sadler. treasurer of Orange
county. Firijla. it_ a '.recent i nn e-rt
to tile sedjcrtv, influence rof the
R',-,llan.i c."untry He r:,me du"on
here luring the s.-ssicrus of the State'
Hortli. iilti sai f,:,i .i l. t sLtring diuI
i-a- asbonishcd at i ri it l.- s- '-, B"1. ,ti,
i onr of til, bitige.t orarig. gr,, er-s i't
the state, he -oeild al.preiate souu--
thing of the pnssillitlees of the cnurl-
tr\. He returned later and bought
160 acres trool the Brooker Brothe-rs
and !t4 acres froni Barn'-v W."illdii.
lie expects to imniprove it and put out
soma large groves.

L S. Mowry had his homesteail
adjoining the town. He bought a re-
Slinquishment a few 3 ears aeo for
t2ee.e. and has recently been offerel
$6.eiie for 3i, acres This he rernt'ed
Sometime ago hbe sold a portion of
the horoestead. He has a small new
grove and also a 11i-acre truek farm.
B* *
Mrs F. L. Lewis took up a h-nie-
-tead north of town In 1i4e1;. She
now has 15 etares in groie Fi\e
acres are in bearing an.I has a ira
crop of fruit this 3ear. Shie has .3,
pear trees Her late pears last 3ear


Lireea Lii'' lra, 1' r e. rt.-tL o ,'., LU 1' nrougnt .il ii, a idzen ltsr year. i e11
crates. These tree, are slx .w-ars from lowest price at ahieh she sillt wa;
the seed. They begun to bear the "75 cents per dozen Mrg Lenis care
third )ear. here fro-m Grand Rapid-s, ,It ih. and
enjovs the outdoor life she i. able
J. B Moffett is secretary for W. to iead In this mill rlimate She
P. Horne and is ative in locating manages the place herself and diliets.
new,-omers. He thinks this the tin- I prersonallv the planting and caring
est fruit countryrv he has ever been in for the trees
He. thlitiks it a great place for a man C *
v ith a little money to get a good John L Waddv made a tour of
tart. in on,- i ,,--n i-, -, .-r ta -'' r i' r ,h


V *
Thros Brewer homesteaded in 1'1lo5
%when this whole c'ountrv -as a wil-
dernese. There wasn't a road just a
few trails. There was just. one pi-
ano In the whole section of the
country south of Perrlne There
aceo only five head of stock. The
two mruules be brought made seven
head There wasn't a cow in the
country until he brought ,ne. A
neighbor boy said T neter saw one.
but bear.] one bark the other morn-
ing Mr Brewer said he had no
faith in the country as a place to
grow trees until he had been there


i rm,ao. .. tt, n u '= t.) re E I Kin s-. ur, n is
homest-ad. in -eicn- cr 22 anrtl 2?
He started from Virginla. stated in
T,-xas a nhile. ins.pettd Ne"' Mexi-
co, Arizona California and Criha It
wa- east coast literature which at-
fracted him to Homestead and he
,ame .ith a letter of introduction to
Dr Brockils That was four sears
ago 'lisi appre,:iatlon of the re1-
land ha; erewn gradually until he
now declares this "'the best citrni-,
fruit country in the o-lc-i,'" He pi-
onepred and had to cut, out his own
road beit neow ,he has neighlbors all
around him "It i- remarkable." h,
says. "how% much the pioneer I'who


"SCANDIA"

Located Seven Miles Southwest of Miami on the Florida East

Coast Railroad


A FIFTY-ACRE TOWN SITE LAID OUT ON THE PROPERTY

Five-Acre Grapefruit or Orange Grove Planted and Brought to Bearing

A Town Lot Free With Each Five-Acre Grove

Thi, lan1d is hig-h ri, inelandla never o'eriflows. The soil is of ItheIP same quality and
red color as in the i fni,,us. Rfeland distrir-t.


Over Forty Groves Are Already Contracted For

The Price is $1,800.OO

The t, mins are as ifoll]ow: .$40" on siLuing a ,.ountrae.t and agreement for deed. $100
in one yrar from i:]latr of r-ontract ; $100 in two ,ears: .*le) i tlhreeyears; $30i0 in tii fur years;
$40- in f i\- years, ani $4i10 in six years from date of rontra-:t. Deferred payments b'.ar in-
ter'-st at six rercent. payable semi-annually.
This till pay for tile land (town lot in-luderldi, ,:l.,ariug, planting 315 trees of selected
citrus truit. ere.-t a frame house in grove-12 fe-t hy 2_S feet. install two pumps in the grove
andl ..-ring fir tlo grove the first y-ar. labor iil tertiliz-.r inlIhtieed.
The ,.-st e:.I caringt for and fertilizing thie grove up to and ineluding the sixth year. will
e', as tfllli..s aq a part of the,' tractaec. if desired: .,S'N-ondl year $6 ,. third year $94.50,
teitth a,)ir $1.1,7 .77 iftlh f eat' h 315. and th,- si:trll er 3Y.ea* ':-OR A TOTAL OF *$1,023.75
for fertrili,_r and ,'are of the grove for FIVE YEARS.
INTEREST ON DEFERRED PAYMENTS, AS PER CONTRACTS, AS FOLLOWS:


First year-Interest ou .1.411,.00 at
Set-onel ye;ir-Interest onu $1,.:'O0.t0 eit
Tliird year-Interest on $1.20tit.t) at
Feiurth yerI r-Initer st on $fl, ilt)iiii at
Fifth year-Int-rest on .siI0.1.(I at
Sixth year-Iter-st on $-(lt).i)ij at


6 per
6 per
6 rer

6 per
6i le,:r


cent . . . . . . . . ... $ 84.0i
t:er t .................... 7. 00
.,11u t . . . . . . . . . . 72.1i.)
cent .................... .. 6 00
CeeE t . . . . . . . . . . 4 t0
'e t ........... ... . . . 24.0


Total aItaoiut of deferred interest '1 lir ,:Iontraet ................ ..$72. 06
CONSERVATIVE ESTIMATE OF RETURNS FROM FRUIT CROP.
FiL ti yeiN't ...................................................... $ 51,)0.00
Fil 3l i ye:r .................................................... 1,i) 00)
ixthi year .................................................... 1,500.,0

Total ..................................................... $3e0tii .100
COST TO PRODUCE GROVE.
Fi\ .'a,:r.- r',vo and to nI lot, as per contract .................... ..$1,SO.00 .
('oret to lertillz,: and eare for the grove tintil end tof sixti year ....... 1,023.75
Inierest o ,eJ.fi:rred paym-.nts, as per contract for six years ........ 372.u00

Total cost to prodic:e gro'.' ..................................;,195.75
GROVE CREDITS.
(" n. r,'t a iie- '. ,iluateou of fit e-aiire ro'ei, sixi y ,r' oll . . . . . . .. 0f i'i
,-',:, -,e it r tlV. estimate e of ,avle of fruit h th ,oiirrhi, fiftli and sixth ye-irs.. :;I ,eiiiiii. )
Va ti of tow n lot at thit time .......... ......................... 2. 1 t ..it i

T ota l ........................... ........................... 4 it .00
Less-i(e'st to produce grove. ....... .......................... .:.195.75

Total Net Profit .................. ............................$5,01l4.25

As ,an I e seeti ,y aloe fi,-'ir,.- and fats a pr,-irN,,, would have to travel wvide and far
to find ante oepellunity as good. This proposition e-nahles you t- a-.tyiv where ,;u are .minl to
keep your ,iire',-nt so, r'-: of in,_oue until tihe gitov -. IS It bII-aring prodeuein a iu: 1icao for V'otl.
It will also lihe seen )3 the above lii.,riie that the larger payments on the eoutlrat dos nuot
e-ome iu until grove is i.n i hearing, producing the -ino.ni-v to pay with.
S('ANDIA grove contractss have been taken up mostly b)3y Swedvs and Norwegians and I
hope to hav all the boalarince of the subdivision takikeu up by my '-oititry3men. ANl iuoeuirics
will be gien my personal attention.

E. LUNDOIN N4iami, Florida


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Speculators are not


wanted at4W del&V


We DO want people who are oolkixhg for homes
and who want the BEST to be had.' All that we ask
itch people is to COME to Modello before they
decide on location, and to examine well before they
part with their money wherever they buy. We will
treat visitors nicely whether they buy or lot, If
you cannot come, write for literature-and" a colpy4of
4 cur Tropical paper.
Address -



'J Tropical Fruit


a nd Land Company.


has ge-nerallv rie-n a poor man i has
d)one it, so iho ri. a liULs." Mr. Wad-
dJy is deielolim g a small gro\e.
-
J. M ('ampi -'lI has a fine home-
stead north -.f Homeitead. He has
a nr-at hoir at ,, ai grove and takes
mitci pridee in mproviug it.

H A. Lory baiL a trait of good land
beLv. e-n H,-irue.t cad and Modelo, ly-
ing ou the outh si-le of the railroad.
C f *
Ali r Mowerv sit I owvs some of his
homestead lying n, near to Homestead
and lihas a good gi rove on it.

\\' A King' h mestlead lies along
r'e railroad between in Homestead and
Mo.lelo. It is very. favorably situ-
ated (n the rock re 'ad.

I. L. Smith's quaT rter section lies
dire' ty west of the ,town of Home-'
NEl ail '. '!"-
: ~ ," I"r<\
A. B Sander ot liami has some
goodI lend, neaT' .Itm te1J.
-j T
C. ,y'lliianisl hd.l"asteaded In
section 1. 4 1-2 years ago. He has
a grove of 3 acres a id is clearing
the ground for 17 ar, as more. He
aims to put. in 411 acres more as soon
as tie ca'nsget-it le p'*t the contract
lur ptiiitg-'in"4v Mcret .of grnov for
Kassiebaum-40 m-4 'Is el ich 3ear for
four years 31r. rillham s is delight-
ed with the cotdimry and" -appreciateir
the ralue of his honieste, .A as he re-
fused $75 an acre for 40r acres of it.
He lhae a nursery started 'ith 15,00to
tree5, and- wjEl, soon ..h.-'e 25,0'I0
se-dlings, to transptlt.'" By next
%ear he'wilI have between 0.00 and
S0.('iei) trees out in the nil raery.
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W. F. Gilmer bomesteade. t in sec-
tion 14, one and a hblf-mii- 's north-


atocadoea. Their e aIs a fine house-,a
thie place. It hr is nine rooms and-a
twelve v oot vern mda around It. Tia
inside is finishF d with plaster bdarf
and panelled. Mr. Burton 1I a rbad
contractor in -Palm Beach county:-

J. B. Kafse .baum, of Pittsbqijj
Kansas, has b -.ecome largely interqA,-
ed nla lands In the Homestead di-
trict. He be oughtt A. C. Horiq's
homestead, 40 acres from Frane.ee
Lofton, 40 C.tcreg from J. \\'. Cam-p-
bell, and other lands. His total
.parcbases a mounted b '$43,000. Hle
Is already making preparations to
set out, a large grov.e,. probably as
much as 1 60 acres. He believes this
country h( as a great.future and back-
ed his belief with his money.

V.-M, Greniell has a homestead
two ani a half m-iles, northwest of
Homes ead and has .been living on
-.'it 05Jyix -ta-Ho-.ias a neat lit-
W iiuime -ann:tW&,Ar4 s of bearing
trees/ "om o ie.t-o eks young grape
frait, trees have borne.aa;high as six
.aaAsfaeve-boaaeB .gtfair;- Mr. Gren-
-UV Bsavye: "Prom ,tke,. hbservations I
UlWV'nade- eo 'tcno0Utgqa that therm
Ip no, better of'rue fpit lands In the
U1ttei States thm that 'of south
Dade county." He, hap-- five .more
acres of young greve isA I plan-
.nlagtor thirty cr fot'y~acreB alto-
githar., Froam one avocado pear tree
bhe obtained eeven dozen pears. He
believes the avocado will become
eventually ona of thie best- Imnoney
makers of thtff-ieBtMh: .
S 4
Miu.Frances Lofton hatsold moot
of her "homestead west of the town,
an4 has purchased some in another"
district of Redland. She braved al&
the trials of a pioneer to secure her.
homestead and richly dcqerved th9.
returns she .I'as -raoeived"from It. :
-B B B -. o


west of'Howbstead.- That as four John Dubotacame "from Oregon;
ears ago. -ie now has 29 t trees two years ago, bought 20 acres of'
and is clearing for more gro ae. He land from th Mo4,el Land-Co.; has-
camne from tho great west vAnd has. t en acf s cleared and six acres met
roamred abbutL te country o isijer- out: lo fruit. Hee il. hiialt a homl.
abhl, hatsays, "'I have foonrI I the near Modelo. -
'itinLtr3 at last that suits me aA id am a
now fixed." lB has a two-yet ir-old Phe land between ometead an
apple tree on his place that he; grew the bay can nearly all be used for
irow seed. trucking purposes. It Is prairie and
C is easily tilled. Tomatoes, beans,
I. H Burton came from De Iray peppers, egg plant and other vegeta-
and honiesteadeJ on section 11. i hat bles .are grown In large q-uantltles.
"as about three yearsago.. He j ,ow A4-the dtatriao becomes maore favor-
has a grove of six acres In gri epe ably known the. quanttity will be
fruit and oranges and two acres In. largely Increased.


h.


W. D. HORNE
Estabfished.'19.I :
REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANc ',, /
DADE COUNTY FRUIV AND VEGETABLE LASVM.
(Offli'e: Bafk of Hacftead- Building- '
Phone 84 I
AITTOMO iTLE SERV iOB
'HOMESTEAD, FLORIDA .
(,'ipei-ruit ad Or'aig Ge (rie Latds a 'SpecIa '-. I
Improveel and Unimprowed Propetibs.""
Lauds ('l-areJ. Gow'es Planted and Cultivated.
I'ome-stad Lots- for sale; rentals.


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No Cash Needed



In Buying Redland

from Me

I have 430 acres of land in the Redlands dis-
trict, some of it set to Grapefruit trees. This is more
land than I need or can use. I will sell 400 acres
of it on easy terms to parties who will improve. I].
fact, I will not ask any payments for tl'ee years.-
Write for particulars.


EDWVVIN NELSON
OWNER.
Miami Florla


P-


MODELLO, FLORIDA
26 miles below Miami, on the Railroa


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The Men Back of the Work ,,,


? .... .,, -. They Tell How Pioneering Was Done and the Hard- .,,' ''
,L "rBwii =.J ( L"+. ,. -' l .' U~~aL*. + . ..........

Grace Memorial episcopal Church Ai





fConqueri


PAmbitious Setrers-Are Tu
and Vegetables


7iJere aWo degrees of. red soil in
te hotnestead county and the dis-
triot around the Redland ipostoftfii,'e
modestly admits that their's is red-
ness In the superlative degree. If
some one from another dtietricet does
not agree entirely with this view,
the Redlander has only pity for hic
color blindness. There are r,000 or
7,i0jfl acres In ihis district and prac-
tically all of it can eventually be
planted to groves. Today the dis-
trict is a scattered community; ta-
morrow it may have a home on every
ten acres of land. Pine woods and
palmettoes cover a large part of the
land at the present time, but the ax
of the woodman and the grubbing
hoe are rapidly transforming the


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H. D. Allison tursery. Showing

landscape.
In another part of this edition will
be found an article by Chas. T. Plum-
mer describing in detail the ero-.,th.
soil, history and other interesting
matters concerning the Redland dis-
trict. Mrs. Tbhos. Brewer has also
contributed an article on the saocia!
life of the section.
Gra e Memorial Episcopal church
Is the center of the religious life of
Redland. Episcopal services are
held once a mouth. In the Guild
house other religious bodies alho
hold services occasionally The
church Is p neat structure whlh
wll seat about 200. It. Is on trio
rock road and Is acieesslble for the
whole Redland country.
The Guild House is t-he. center or'
Bociaj activity in Redland. It was
built by rhb ladies of Pioneer Guild
It. cost them $6f6i) It has a stage on
the west end and is. s,-ate-d with
benhese and chairs. All kinds of
entertainments are. given tharp. in-
cluding a dance several times a
month To these ;ome the vouiijg
and old from Prir,:oton on ihe north
and Detroit on the south Mrs. E
B. Grulzba,.h is tLie prr-idenrit of the


ships That Were Endured


[r J L. To-'..er- cam L i-ome- M LtaF T PIummrer hormesteadied in
,.i-: t-,i t c .' .-3is ago: rroni T.)peka m:-F..-4 in 1i l2, bivjing i.,iij to0
i<'h2 .and LtA-3 be-n ta- t i.irbng biz, t.- --o ithianj Item liiioci., ror Iil..
trro, es z -it, H it'.ainiL a .1 ihure- healin Hei'-.,uni pijueeir -on- li-
-'ta, l t', ni t:i',- v. -- of D, tr'.irt in liuij-,. irgiu tol is ki -, an] ndm e-it
s"-tici; 1 22 a ii 27 -nt I li-e honue- trails, 1-,r -roai; s It -sas not Lrep-u':-
::i-e id i- hare a -; ,. r gr.'.-- and i. sb.ii_. i.n [h- uliuriaF'. I it, l:.ai
S uttlni. out 1 arr.? clo to to ,t ii H -.- ee ,i .. iA tr, E -. ar-, ia.-tt b,. I,. b--
o -'.i i h., air ? bj in. liart.-t I lghlt- gati t'.-' rail- i.- the value c.f trii: ri 'o ;
Iii x\t t o him ThL' d'r.lt.Pr i atin vu lahir ',"1':1!'ll.' ,.i ( I l U'. ulJ r-. H- 11i .' hS -


rit l last. i LL[ re gard to t wis i _O iit f 01Y 1 i a r m s' 5 i 9 y1Iro Ne. th a w-,,ij .- t 0i -
HI-I ,: h s i \'iv ed in Ill ifl i\ It n eSn ta, n l ng a t -,at t 'e, st ila g o l -
-\aS- -:.2I'JUUSL ttl Te-- I Ii tiidi r l ni's. sI0 d. -I 1o Jt i-d iinst lbiun h of
hillt --1f-l id s-th' t lij i .. t l I. tlITl. I l "t--[ tc'i ki i- lonru il'e ( i.al I irn
-t -it-i o ----'-' al- t- i l p rih li t "n tha n l -.:i .b Hi nsay s it is h a id i t .. -
io of thi s o hF-er l. rhF : -I, rhit tl'eof iti i th,- ial \'.iJ. of thin Iari,
. '" 4 t ',' ti i. .'i t l lr I, .ut .tOi, lI"J. a Yewa M h t the n nold .Im
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jo rni tng t ed an d P or ofln ie Buildru d ll ..the ir 1 i f il all. .. ,i,, ,- ,. .' ... n r i'I .lrt e l'-"anl it i lot, .2 .rmt. ..f p re -I
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Grow L~x~urintly i is~esonse t CultIotiokin air(? -;if, thitet"l.o-- tii; n i
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I pi nihI ) ta r,.1 .- Ol n I l it iit a he,] : i , rii, i l_ tp. a i ,_I I_,l' i ,, ,',1 t hi' ll an i n n -a'It s i.
I p ino i r i r n 2 17- ,.i r A Lali. i ,AI I its! in it ta.ti '-.n'- ,Gol- ti-ar -ii t
o and.' H ( -:'r"Il-'. in" ti,,it,- H .- 1!1.i1': i, ,,t, It' s c lv n.iii,', I-o., h, 'l a e-
" ",'iO f1 il I I oil ,to i' i .'or & I J . ,.i t, nO r jl ,?3 _' ,l to r t I', i -. F b in -
20,000.iVii nd I rnpe I lt t o r idsb l nei T. land k L r" i. n t i-, r ci.1e" v1 U,- I L 41110 U 11 a 1 -, 114,1't' it+[ -'I -' 1r itbuld u,."th, e-,I, ed lar \ itego.-
tak n , t t ,- ll I aJ e _, agin e (,g un iOlr ho o.- I .[ I 10i~ :.1,1 1,1 _,tl a ( h .i L Ith -' ,11 ,lil q a _l
Pr wset ~ ail res a ltmogeinzer and W il' l Fi rin t F h a.l t1fl I] i, 11 I nl~ ,l~ hl, h %. [ lio I -f-, ~lil.I-r: I
<]on we li a!a, d i I~ie a hai- i ps~ ,,,Iir I -, lio n I I "o r a, ri 3 I 'i hn L in r ,l ai "d ,lLIwo[ r iI 1r 9 F ll~ i r,,i:t l iia -!- qudl i'ld fiilot,
be cn siert t ed e.( 1 longing % t o r t he 4nv I d t:., A, ou-th h owr,, ,in" ,Wi: n' o : ]l.lLlIC%' 'j ,_,ow ,,lM L 1'1 AC'C tll wi a 4- -rJ.( lin ,lr th!la w l Ti m -
oune wh i hofR c w a bta d.d 'n (l th: ,-4 i~ t a. I, .:. h1 1 ..-"-l r -'_1.1,i I nd W"X',.l l) itt: I:I 'tI] 11 a II.rW "atan rir~, a o hi en rai~l ned ilh i r fj,?r
r I- i r aI --in i, I -- 1l !.,j i i."Q 1 A.- O l 1 a lI I ., ( n n l l n ,T P o t

v, i~h A le i sont't baltr e s Qr't nl I am 3 10 f $~l:.I)ci i,- h 0 ] L it_ ,:" hI' L i_, -a- /I ri 7 L l -.'' I k ttl W a d [ I -,_o Irlu g00i' Jil a Clon f lo -
a 'O pJ IJ~lr. ig hO t n "Il '.:"IL L: (I [' 6 -L t li Il.3 ritl Fo-. 11 b I- i1 '1 3 1 l-r : ..'.' v: -et I!,-ar, nI-:it-
n e w d od o i r. ah ha ,90111 h". el't Of IO ndl .- [[,r IF ? 1, 'u Fr Ii
iho1r J [ \Vi~sn tof Wiand co nty.a0- '41 'U0.1-do J T a- Fb"e


has ~ ~ ou o a h ni~ t r dt-Wr, tne, J. a corn er Io t he r PE~i r's ,,L,-,_-e a l"IUIi~" .h..l:d-i,,"i t Igi
,J ~ l ': h :-r : 1 ( 'l ,tp-,,lrI1 L,, l1t _.:. 1| 'i,1'

It. oue l.to2; handlroe, therdOf nln, h. t L h ,iiinor ,:., oE" .ChIF a ,n h hl F1i> ih 1 -111 r I, ', hr, '.1'''i I -lat l' I :n a r
12 an is A d 9mr-11%,giJco e h",li in'.akea ham- i ]t- l,,i [l (In~ ,' I, .. ': -Q !d iF l-I-It i l- ,- |1 ", i, l a- A" W KSi3r]-i
o e Ib n, o a e c d d (n On a~ rix en ,-r o ,l, t. o, in,,lt F,"Y)[ I,, A I l ire rt t,. ,,t 'l l.ft 1 1hT, ari,]i rl if, I, 1 --nl' .10t '],, erlli n." ; :--,o ll, r r" ie
i u -E- ro d te s rna 3 u t iii '!- drE a r0 -O Inoh- .l Wan rho tJ l, i -SI.,- .3 0'lh I 1 a Inai.II 1 ES li i-
reefe $ 51,_iei,,-,m i I ea He bho ai: HK3 po t m'rY e W i A 111an -P"I' w,i Co'm, a e Tno,'

',+ ',. j .. i nWr. _.af aun i~ .I, n it.a; A ,-l' c,, e, 1, 17 r i-n,, nw,:t 5d 0 :, -". aian. N";or f dr IL l fo.un d aI Hl i i ks R d
-iz i g u a O P".:' ,' L t ',',irr ime .I,-,,,,,,, tr,-, I,',

.K .,S h.arn r e hs ;Pa" H c- r, 1 .,e E,]ca lnri o_-rch ain'., tl,,- r T e I, r ." tn-,- H., "n l" ,ia A rea .w T[ or wd I,, ll ; 0"al .nr,,t-voH'i:
basr ..'i ai' --u1mbfr )I .ii'o,,, r .ni,'t,,,lh ia,-rHk hd. a n, -h- le I, !1--, ? l r itoup' [ ,1a nd a lfor
,o'e t han & Bde -i l T Ir, lll h". n d :iasm," ,;,w IMIA zI,;, tr nut. ,., L!-r lfn I ll 1-. ieL, i.- .Enr] I e ~ s 3 li r-:r i, [,I.li f
"; .. .i...iey hi h d n n, a idr, s t,, IRIdlall toin 1 a n a cred '

I', ,a 'I C r, -, hl a st 4 2 r ~,- ll ', f l'lp I... u, a- [ n,., int.,i l .'e ` r ,e : '~l Tll z ,'ola d i z1, fa, i ld are, e[,, ,l( i'.
% ." '4arms. ofirri- anin, .1it n ,,.orang s wsla,0)pa l hl W r Ing Ina l,'pit lol e,'rIda h .1 liP


ni-j, ,- this ai filai- i, oni'o'- rdi, '- aild ti'
in-rease ti s b-ait- arn-'1 irnt-ie:t v ill
plant r varied ie e .pr.,,' tr._r-, i iFi-
noi. io ihi; : ,iait- an-I -._il He v Ill
ha'.e a r a-l i] l 'ri it ridt h-i- ril-
reit-li 111 rr.t:t'l rcili f i: r M Ir
BPilli-llfr: ?reak. h< -ihl i.,f tOr r,.t-
rori' rity- arc ndt-- t Il- ar-,l i..n rlh ..-
Irelli- t. i rth n- Iit l'r'i i t- ini''- i l -. f-
is'& ihere HP hat, ,.l,:,na. l, l,->r
on his pla(e In the ,on'r-;jniri tf'r a
tt,-wn hall hi er.r lodh,'- r anri t)rI.-- r
rmeetintinl t3 A ,h h,!,.i Thi. --ul he
Built olirO'site th ? postoffire.


SIp. ,ir i'm-3u7m r, Rod!a7,i -,v-n
Sar,- a _'s. adJ T-'-,m,-- tea-'I de. tk-i,
n ,.'i hr-ai ,ial,'nr -t .'r-ron 'o: H'
,,!,.if-r,-.,l rt 5[,ir~ j i,-i r,,=,:j,ih.r The 1o0:T-
! nt- .e-r of FR--l-'n l. an rfle he -h'i.
I- I i l -\i r -in- i- He ai',i lic.. a t. r--
I']li-'-r ni r>-l]l~i]l-e Itir i ,o le~1,i^. ti H e
Iis "a \i-.1', I,--tl -i,'j i',i ill ul[,t jiu b-
-Ir, tihen r ii t.'. h-lf ,'_.: '*,tlh h he
i--a-i1s r.mri ai,1rln ini 'h-irnh ar-id so-
ia it nattfT- Thr- i p~. .:N .It-lal i htnr
n.- Griild. holdu-e arr- hijilt on a -ri' n"r
Ito hi. i .i'.. He _. .-',. n a-r-3 Ot
?rove. fi.e of .vhi.h a:e in bearing.


i1i1i ar I'cr r 'O i .itch lie rei--ently -sold
tc r ]i l 1'ii' 'i J B r.: ,'n loi i i--
ina in Mr )Itier'.; hout-e and is pitt-
tin.: r.ut I .i n-ii-ar' engrove on harnI
he houtht trIr,!ni 'l. Ms;er

rr Perers oif Dania. b-inghr 40
arreq of the Shrrltrt hom.rt.tiad two
r.ml a hailf mile front i-iHnmesten.-l
Thib is s-Hi timbered land. btut he cx-
itects to ,-lear and plat ii tn ro.'e
He has other groie.. but rorl-lders
thi. ,ectio-n awa,, ahead of any other
in Floria.


Thle Rieri'nan.I SciolIhoI-e Amnong tle Pine-i.

Fia li .: ] i' i .in h.t-. *-" 'ii i.; ': Fr ,] I.,-i.ll h[j 1i n acr-s on hi.
o f ,i ,.- sl iu i r ,'r .L .1i :ii liIs t1i1, :r lhu ,ti i z ; : i,-A h t-: ih e h a s a
( i- n I.. i i I l'. I 1 1 i ,. i .? r ,'* $ii h 't t -oJ I' X( f r u ni o n f
\6 '- v nIrs a lnit h- r i. i .1- t i, uI'ii .. i % 0 1I l l ii i i t '.pa r .' H e al.
r l,, ] let dl'i."- ei ,lla'l hl lr.l i'[ i'-- r. v Il a n *'- .,I I I t r' -t r est.
ert? .i u..liu b Lt l.t i' i 'r I : l I il S S .. ,i I
t r A ''a u-ht i I-,I tr,-,i-t_.,-i;. lc in section
S, *27.. tlii '.- ai a-'o, lic-n i came
Otto Fr ti-.,,p. tih s etion 21- ,,- tTpre ,' I,:.;,-'li -, -o Fie Li ;as proved
Laid, li t-. hae ItII.h t alt-r hin i IL,'. 1'J i- i I if Prove' and a
Larld Hel^ ^ ha I,,- LO*e t')t -11' HI P
hfalt u l, thi- ,i i y i-r.l t Siai;.'il tiOi ,- I - o i., u iL California
Batror Vvi'i Herman. Ilh.i ,,kinlt L w i.t trhin :. reaiiIs is better fruil
Prt f gtrrntar to I tfljti A .' I: .r'
-?n[ ni* ,' 4.- in '. 1 *
bas r1tt ;pe t ti I t in., I s,-i t h tI n i
F Io Ide t a ,_ tn r-, rii,,,tIan M I.. 1 St..rt. oF Orlando, recent.
ha h, .l all th.- t.r ._r-i,, .. i, th.- ldrcLha id 4o a. -tes of the Sher-
,havIneer. bha t h' llI. ,ll O ; lilt ho, ,t,-,.1, n d .,ilI improve It
pionneer. bit l,t U.WP l i, H- -"i- at, e., iv+ fruit grower ol
A1 it h nuij i t. a I.
i" l .1 i, ih,' l'Orilni t O i ounlt arid wonderful
grove- and tiulA nLmini. ll hLas Lf',ihlities beore this, co entry.
aciS of pratiti audd a-It: I noi .Ir Tirica Martin a daughter ol
land. Tljf ,'irw I c. a, L ,r i aroir-. P
part. of itlh-' r* I iirip Oh fi ilaMr I1. Kocel, .,a- the first womar
d lir ,n.d1 tirT- .-etti- in the Redlanid section. Sh(
old _I-le '.in. r a te ,- .,.r >. tli .,,-.r
at 1,;IIll bilI z iihid r- a r,?a J, t-..vn va. hi-r- sx niit h t e-fore bet
offeredd ',2.1111l l,'I r te i tilltl th mot.h.-r c n.me. Ste has a 5-acre
1 e1 s. He hios 4il pli-ai' Ii -; li t ti l i ove.
r larming i., ihas ginI. railI.' i.,I -ri,.- Mr.-_- iill'l nd litr boya live ot
r,.Ia' ihte arnim to eT't h .i .i i their homiX.stead in si-etion 21. cloaki
ho "-..ek r.eiofe Thl;iil:.gi; I .1 ia t i the Everaladrs. Prof Milledgi
ir,suirps tht etl'li-_t anI ,-i. t market t.ei I.-.s in th" Chattanooga college
In rl \,,.'rint.r of itll,-t l h. t ri'. bill ;i O to Florida during the sum
S1 7iii i.nr 4 1-2 .-o rce- uit iunriato-t,. rur'r a:iiticn A cle-aring for a grove,
In 1911-12 he came out ah,.-J, al- i fnow in progress.
though IL vas- a I.,or y'eat .Ir Fro-. II
riep is a good road -athuniiast andi Fred S Loornmis scld forty acres o
Ia'.'oli a bond1] iLal forr nite and his h ome-tead in section 27 to A
better bih li 'a..; .F l -m 1, too 'A;II tb he a., ar I, trial; in family l living on it. Lootasv wili
going to Cutiir i.ei t!i trtiiils and also continue to live on the place.
tltrough th water oin the prairie. He .
has lsent both tinie and ani.-v hr'l!- Arthur Wallace of Plttsb.wrg,R
in- to U)I thI`.- present I.-.I: rnaJs is clearing :3' acr?. of redland for i
and i- il liu 1 sptcnnl .-Till mor-. erove.


C.'imtitge on J. H. Mailley.v',-Ho mnit>len1d in rw'lUeand Di-trict.

"\'. h. ti,'rn, ;.,' I. \,,'.,. o ,.- A ti lt- .']i J_,,a E WVardn ,ou inug from
ow ner-; r M th; ii',.l :\,:l' ilh ,\ = it 1 0 i r.1,', ia t i rl i. i i[r K., and ]a3t
seiL t'r, l, I ,. I lI-n i lIh IJ i -, 1 .i, [ iirn' I L ,i'.; l :Il Si. ^ir- L f', !.r f I ty ac..:es,
tni nbI h h .-1,,. -,'i,. ,1 1 ,-' h i.. i t, ,. .. c.. t ,f ,"' "l e lan schb ol
"j ,I', ,n r.-. ,i !.i, . -r.t 'l !, i, r '. i- ,-I j |, i A i,0n enty -tw o
I- g" IiL O iL i ,1 ti- f i" lit ar.' nl.; A, I r.- l U] i!t Ir, -,," LSie has also
H ,', in hait I- l, .- 1. >t, ar "_.111111 i,. ..- i r i it i li,.- r%..', nty a.ic r ., from E d
" rerr I_; ,-i !,!,,' l ~i-, i \'.,-, a i':i'.tiir -l t -ru lit, h .-.,, w ill cut Lhe
l,'.i.'i. ,u l I -.d ",." ii : i 'l -"ill- ', .hii P ,, i ,:,r' hi .v Ij ,u O h 1i ,- S he is
ro tin.kJ .l I..'," -,. < ..iHllli i.,' [: ;nlJ ,.ntr.-' ,ti. ., ' palib -- ln.1 w ith tha i
pIt-l' r. i ['h ,-i- !- alii: ti i F ;! : '.,., 1.l i, e |I i.' lt r ti, i io re i'ld t ri t 1 I u I.-
tr.^ nti ;] i,.. ji ll !,l!1:,.i a l i -I -i- llll LHil .,-r,,- I ;: -r ist D M? RI o e rts.
S:.Filr ehi ilti ,' ,. i. I, "-',:,i,'.r '.',i.-I r I[ i l t h is \ ;i sh 1-'I.:- [ s ',r I1 Lie leaningg'
n^- ^.l ,'l "rhi: i i niI1 i l i'l" i n, _-. G t l l' n. ht I i.


,lauesi in i O- RoJlianl dLit-ri r.

C R; M -i n la-t .1 iieli-t |--l i]"|]p
i 'on i O kl;;] hr iCL t.; "lil. l,.:i'l h" P, l r .-l 1. I
fi[ ihe- [ ,ti-. _\ ii t.t l in st 'i : ,- ,1-1 t .__t .
inri'.lt_-r l_ id. M r ,laiha rn .llI "v-.,
t u,- iid 2 a i' -t : i r. i 'tlt,.r antI
learned d :i.tii "

H Pijutzk', ,iiir-rh..i', 2-,, (i"-:. oat
thp Fithli iilu -e and i i_'itith. Out
a i- r.t ro .. -' H.- h' a ii. .t i i, .'
r(ifs .t- i- I n- .tI.r- ii tIi- i-h.i
of prospet-nrii v.


R "F .Alitily h'la a 4,-a.-re tract in
-e :'.'i 14 H- i aLie ii r-e from the
l''..i jr..; r.-it l] hii: t -i-r and mother
_i-I'.l:c-: ntinthi agio. lie has :2 1-2
a, iaa iri -rom rsmud a miee hOine. He
is 11) ch.,-l' -rt 10 acre, for a
"!()%V
* S
XV A Tin. it!-.nit por.'khae-d in
a. r.-.- inr--rn h! ii- F-i ni-fD-IL. Frank
1 1i-1%iAti- 1i ;ll .It oi a grova
at.-I ? -it-l.-ni lit -initp here fromin
H-,ii-rti. !tap.- antI lih-. k-both the
, li t:i- ar, I -,- cf -rr.i Lhi Florida.


Rf-aidence of Ch-a,. T. Plummer. a Rediand Ploaeej


*


REDLAND VILLAGE: THE SOCIAL CENTER OF THE RED SOIL DISTRICT



Conditions for'Citrus Fruit Growing Are Nearly Perfect in This Portion of Country


IA-GE 224.


REDLAND EDITION', SECTION


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2.1912.


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RIDLAND EDITION, METION S.


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THI MIAMI METROPOLIS, SAT-#0BW, AMWSMS 2, )iW2,


Organized in Year


Has 50,000 Feet (


Equipped With Modem Machinery-
Built Specially for This Mill-'
ber Is Hard and Durabli


The Drake Lumber Company is the most
dustry in the country south of Miami. Its pir
vestment of $100,0(01. It ow-s the entire.towns
5,000 acres of timber land in that immediate vie
miles of railroad, which it operates to bring t
mill.
This plant has ben built from the ground
j4 tion of Mr. Gastun Drake, the prr-silent and o
S pany. It now hlab a e-paiLity ol 0ii,0i00 fe,-t of 1
The number of employes has rrrached 175,
creasing as the mill has increased its apa,.iit,
been a strike among them, nor any labor troub
paid and the men are treated justly.
The demaud for lumber locally in Dade (
full output of the mill. The immense amount ot
more than tests the capacity of the plant.
The lumber produced is the hardest of h
almost like iron. It is much better than the
northern Florida because the trees have never h
turpentine. Mr. Drake estimates that there i
sight in the Redlanda District to keep the mill r
capacity for ten years.
This is the story of the Drake Lumber Con
details are given under separate headings. .


SA Description


There was a time when Oaston
Drake thought that the only thing
that the Redland Country was good
for was a hunting ground for quail
and other game. He made many a
lonely journey through the timber
and along the prairies with his
thought entirely upon what his gun
might bring to his game beg. He
enjoyed the oehase with the zest of
a true sportsman.
One day the thought occurred to
that there was a fortune in the tim-
ber for some one who would put up
Me- tbe right kind of sawmill to take care
of the pine. forest which covered
all that territory. The thought per-
s-- elated anJ the picture of success be-
c .. am-brIghter and clearer each time
be vilMt.d that region. Then occur-


.... ..... .* .. of sawdust and shavlngB from the
timber sizer.
1 07 In the planing mill Is one Berlin
S907 No. 92 fast fer-l matcher their lat-
et. machine. an S. A. WVoods No. 24
Sast feed matr her, an S A. Woonds
,1pnn e TlV INo. 107 moilder, and one American
I Planing Mill edger.
The mill has its own electric light-
-Some Pieces ingystem with a capavlty of 300
Sm Pics lights.

The Tim- The shaving system consists of a
50-Inch double exhaust fan. The
e. shavings are taken from the ma-
chines and carried to the fuel houFse
S_ .- ati the sawmill and planing mill.
What is not needed is carried to
important single in- the outside burner 3F.S0 feet from the
Rul represents an in- planing mill.
rite'ot Princeton and To boilers, one 150 h. p.. and onea
inity. It has twelve 81, h. p. high pressure Casey Hodges
boilers and a Wheeland l6x2n slile
ho cut timber to the 'nlvp e engine frnish power for the
flanung mill
uIp under the diree- The Drake Railronad.
organizer of thea corn- To operate the mill continuously
father a day. and e'cnnoilcally a standarI gaiuge
a is csttly in- railroad was built Into the back
aud is constantly in country to 'bring tie gs to Prince-
y. There li'as never ton. This road has about twelve
Ie. Good wages are miles of track, laid with 410 and 45
pound rails The main line of the
county is taking the road Is built with a view of perman-
buildincg in progress a n .IThe company owns the right
of .% an I ta, -q laid the road in a
as"II,'ant n la] ni -r.
ard pine and wears In all probability this railroad will
pine of Georgia and b, unii .a r:L.ina'- iiie au1. an Import-
een drained for their ant i.-crder for th'- P E. C raiir,,ad
eno h timbr In a f,*-v year- thr back country will
Senoutgh ti er in all Ie in cii-, ,-r ,inder cullhunriton
unuing at its present fuor ainttr rroiis. At'te.r the mission
or rth, mill has bf-ern ftilfllh d 1he
npany in brief. The railro..ad caIn iakt u) tihe ork Oc' ,1,1-
%elointg ihe ioiiritry. Thi, lihas b -en
ili. hir.tor- i of rno ti of I tli railro;'id
- -- that run through tltnb'-rF.l cniimitrie.
The railroad i- na rv z.r'iI bi two
lor:.mtni- an i ab, c thirty freight
. i [',l rars Mnr, v.ill be adiltd as neces-


L U L 1 a" L L I s e Q U i r e s .- -
S Town of Princeton. The Virgin Forst of the P.edland Counintry.
- *- ~ The town nikes its existence to ille -
velope.l together. T he m ill became e ma niv m Ill P ra i i-ally en very li i ng i- ... . . . . .
larger and more productive and til. on tt.r to. .rjnirr- ionr. it(, the Drake in'lm ,menu *,f a larn-,p i,.irmn a-ri of rer i.Itin to .in --ihit -'a-.'. nrtiirhol r
president of the company acquiIred Lumber company. The name of|i ten. It t iwl thie [itl!l lini!th iL" r. i'h.lr'ih ti% an Fr, itni-i i l i,'li.
a greater experie-nce and a wider lrin -i> n r ir s i'-fti n Ir.- -t-n ri.-ni.i i I'ro in a dn iitai, (,I 11 t-Illi n hi. 'et rr.li ,- ia V fataLI to a.i ainIii.it.lih
knowledge Of' the lumbLr bhuslrie's. in honor i- th i ribe rsiJd nt's alma ma- i- tiih r nIhl,- o l ti,' r.iii,,ji i'a. k aild m edgm st(a : r. ,.':herli tlrth y are litI,.( d
Re now knows et.ry machine In me ter, Princetcon Itnlversiry. the loui.iirg t-ngine trien -i 0t-' I. 5 ItIinIL nl idl kiln ilun,.l'.. Thi-se inTri:kq
mill, and almost every bolt and nail it i situiteu'l '2 iitjln i south of up and Ii.,-. thliriii u in Ili.- t'!l .ar.-. at riin Into thI i ry I.llr, h i l-r.e ,ini y
In the various buildings Sev-e,:ralI M amin on the Florida East Coast ThLis hig niai lillre pullJ aIu, ii n1.i ,JI rtf-liailn llriti ',.i t ,11 "- 2 hours at a
Important devices for saving LimeI .tilLtoad Wh,-i, Mr Dral,- nrintl-d !at a\n-iag, ? ,a ,g.'..i hi g Iosa .i ,i'y t.in ,ii'raliTre ot 1o ,, ,l-t-gre, s
an.i laor ar- thie result of his plan- the plaoir Pri.ton the railrn)ird offl- TIhe Logs at the Mhilll. lr,'. r IIt i r3 kiln it-ne trucks tre
ning In connection with the advice iuls it -iii mrrf.i thi- htbad other \\'nh;n a tiltil,,iciJ ol log\ arri,- -at ta:.-- i,- inlie iInhning tlinlil h er,- the-
and suggestions of his foremen, plans. But n hen the:-. sat, tie b-ig i ii., ilI] ;w itlihnr iiiti.:,r .-tihii I.t-\ .. .. 1,' inl, ,tni rld1' ly a srpe,. lai mn ,hlnIe
The Drake Lumber Mill is today Orange and Black sia.bioar.d whiklih inicadiI til m. Tim.h i. 'It,- -t[.nr ('I- to a tra'u-tr linin on whl.-h tiew.
the largest Industry of Its kind In was pla'eid near the depot informing tr.rnal Lou IHarnli:r [I 1.- ui, at. I.. praI..-.I arid s'parritd II cade I 0
Southern Florida, and its success is all iravrIlers that this ivwa "Prince- by two nien It niil.:nl-a 'i ,.r tnilli,-q nit .inirieil to the planlng
due entirely to the Intense applica- ton" thei railronid men gracr itnlly nd- logs at a inup :hnd dJwiil, thi-ni on niiihlilnes.
tion which its president gives to mittedi that Mr Dral:e hail 'nut one i he ra1mp 7. liiii ita -,i:.i1. tP!l toi A, rht,- lonli,-r onims rut of th,--
the business and to the plant. Next oev r" them. ilol .rtn t .i,- i ft .i1 ain-ln T ihn- 5int .Irinig till. it in ii ir.,t d i r a led.
to his wife and child, he lotes this Prince- on has the largeoit popula- ni.iS iiii fr.-,is or.- ]r t a in a i 'i. i tit ln'irin, I a d in itil into buniIdle. It
sawmill more than anything else in tion of atl.v ycomin nity SOtlIth of MI- thp harl-ill, rhiin "h ith iari,. -, tilie tc ivrr-i-d to lie drte--si-il lhaIit er


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tween Palm Betah and Key West.
Some orders are received from Jack-
sonville and the repairs in. such
buildings as the Breakers at Palm
Beach and the Royal ftlm at Miami
are using this hard lumber In prefaer-
ence to other kinds of wood.
The Drake Miill solved the prob-
lem of marke-tirg this lumber when
the dry kiln was put in. After go-
log throguh the drying process toe
lumber Is considerably lighter T4
weight and sotler than when It wab
green.
The prices of this lumber is lower
than the material shipped In from
outside points. Framing lumber sells
from $20.1O to $21t oi per thou'-atidl;
finishing stuff brings $26.00 to $30.
The presence of the Drake Lumber
Mill has undoubtedly been beneficial
In keeping down prices of lumber
in Dade county to a reasonable fig-
ure. The people are not dependent
upon outside shipments nor the
price they would be able to charge
should there be no home competi-
tion.
The company says that the de-
mand for lumber in the Homnestead
country Is astonishing. '%ey ar,
selling three times as much this year
In 1912 as in any three preceding
years. This certainly Is an indica-s.-
tidn of the rapid growth of that see-
tlon.;
The Men in Citarge.
The company has always been lib-
eral with its employes and haa grad-
ually built up a worthy corps of as-
sistants. Tihe work of the plant has
been systrnialized andJ responsible
hails oversee the work of each de-
partmnent.
C. Vance is In charge of the
co nmissa ry.
\i1. AnJprton has the care of
the tnmn.nils.nry in the woods.
I .on Hin-ell ia the head office
mal.
W. H. J.Tenkins has oversight of
the nir,'iitierv
J.-G MIStopney looks after the
oi-,iaring of the iill
Ii lit I l inc i in charge of the
r~lilnir mill
I B Cl'mnrti looks after the yard
and thp shil, rrng
R. B t'rew% Is the Inspector.
.1 H. Hill has charge of the build-
Ina srili uii.-.ep ot the railroad and
Tlil. log citing operations In the
v.-io.Is Mr Hill Is the oldest and
nmot ;alu'dl of thhe company's fore-

S A Petr'ry attendrs to the skidding
ope rat Ilons .
C C. Patton saw filer In charge of
san a.
Pays Men Every F.venling.
The rompanv lihas a way of Its
onu n of paying Its employee Each
ev,-nlng, when the day's 'work Is


View of the Drake Lumber Company's Mill and Plant in thlie Midst of thi e'Pine Fore'.t of rthe liedllani,]-TonvuUite and 31111 Cover Eighty Acre-i. '


done, eevry man, except some spe-
cial salaried men, receive the amount
of wages thev earn 'hat day
They are paid in company .hecks
gool lor lpur,'hases at the crommlp
sary. Paving In this v.ay every even-
ing there is never any disputes as
to time at the close of the mouth.
Everything is closed up each day
while all the circumstances are fresh
in mlud.S At the end of each mouth
thIne company red-eems in cash all un-
used checks. This does awey with
all credit troubles at the commis-
sary. An excellent stock of neces-
sary articles are kept at the oom-
missary. which is also well patroniz-
ed by the neighboring farmers.
Thle Presideat of the Company.
Mr. Gaston Drake, the presidenL
of the Drake Lumber company, is
a native of St. Louis. Here he
spent his 3outh until he entered
Princeton college to complete iIs
education. He graduated in 1894
under the Presidency of Dr. Wood-
row Wilson. During hie college oa-
reer he was interested In college ath-
leics, and was pitcher on the Var*
sity baseball nine for four years.
After graduation h6 oame to L4ke
county to take e'oe 01 a 150-acre
orange grove belonging to the fam-
ily. This valuable property was al-
most wiped out by the freeze of 1894-
95 when'so many other grove" were
destroyed and the orange Industry of
the state almost received a death
blow.
For several years after the freeze
lie engaged in the fruit business lu
Nassau. He then went Into the pro-
duce business with E. 0. Lanier &
Co., at Miami. This firm afterwards
became the Drake Produce Co., when
M. A. Milam and J. A. Hasseltlne
became his partners.
For some yearn Mr. Drake spent
his winters in Miami looking after
his business Int*raents aad his snm-
mers hunting big game ia the north-
west and other sections. We has al-
weys been an entbhuslasto aports-
man and was never so contented and
happy as when he was care free and
had work for his gun or his rod.
Then the Drake Lumber Company
was organized with Mr. Drake as
tbe managing spirit and a number
of bin former elasamatea at Prine-.
ton as stockholders. This was In
1907. This new venture soon ab-
sorbed all Mr. Drake's tUame and en.
erg'y. Hunting aind fishing wero ter-
gotten In the Intereat aroused b the
many problems whiskh lleaintd
themselves. N found It marn fe.
cinating to overcome difltiehtu eind
to plan Improvements and enllui-
ments than to trail a deer or book
a tarpon.
Mr. Drake baa a beautiful heI
on Biscayne Drive, north l MIaMl,
which faces Blicayne Baiy and is ur-
ronudad by tropical trees and a grove
of grape fruit. Here with his wife
anti daughter he spends his leisure
hours and enjoys the society of hs
fr lendsa.
TIhe Seretary and ausrer.
Mr M. A. Millam Is the efficient
secretai.v and treasurer of the com-
pany. He came originally from
t'arL. Tenn. His first residence in
Florida was atl Leesbur., where he
remained until the year of the big
freeze. It was there he became ac-
After the freeze knocked the bot-
toui out of buslnesv., Mr. Milam. who
had btien working In a grocery stgre.
frtind l lie was out ot a job. He then
alttndr. a busines- college at jarin-
soriuvjile and afterwards came to Mi-
ami a. huokkelper for the Drake
Produce Co. He afterwards be',ame
a partner in the business
\'hen the Drakei Lumber Co. nuai
orgarniiz-.d tlie became the secretary
andri tr-aisirr ani has t-.lj the po-
sirion e,.'r ,itire. He has charge of
i', Miami office and is tjiorolighly
fauiilijar alithi the business details
t.f tn- company. Whenever there iu
anything to. be done that no one else
can do, then Mr. Milam is assigned
to that duty. lie Is an all-round man.


' A Portnu of the


M red the decision that he was the
S man to undertake the work.
A thorough Investigation was
S given the subject o( sawmills, the
S possible market and other features
of the business. The Florida East
i Coast railroad had built through the
country in 140F., and It was In 191)7
S when the Dlrake Lumber company
was organized and begun business..
S- I Associated with Mr. Drake were
S F. L. Bucalew, Wr. C. Buckalew and
S Joe. M. Perrne of Jamesburg, N
J.; H. C. Cannon of Delaware, and
H. G. Rriggs, F. 0. Riggs and George
S.. Weems Williams ,of Baltimore.
i These gentlemen were all but one,
former class-mates of Mr. Dral;e at
S Princeton University. M. A. Milam
became the secretary and treasurer
of the company. The company is
iA capitalled at $100.000.
The Development of the Mill.
Mr. Drake has had entire charge
S, of the plant since the company ihe-
: gan work. At first he had to depend
upon the advice of the superlnten-
S dented whom be hired, but he soon
/ found that success only comes in
an enterprise of this kind to those
.-who study the economies of the budi-
nem. To this he devoted his entire
:.: energies, going to the mill every
.:.>. day and giving details his personal
S..attention. He really learned the
buii. 8: leas from the ground up.
". 'i':.'..'. awWIll ad Mr. Drake de-
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Slog into the mill and places it be-
I..re thei- ni-ofi t.aw.
S- 'rlo .e ".ni h a 3 Iiill Ii.;rlin lIz
A: ' 'og :ut i th lug n'l. ti, Inlt lul .i .riiip i. 'iti-i
s worl a N 2. e plo s an, I tl, n l' that 1.. i ,-, | il-ja It
Ithe stonin kh'k,-r. I. ihl-r and nhL:."rr

Thi s pr i.-r -n ig 1 ,'.Ii ., h lg .It var-
u-ins sizi-.; ur tinin-i-r.
The heat- y I'rantting i.P tr in..t'vrr,-i,
frea.l the m ill on .r i e 11 r.,I -.r I ,t,]
to a sizing ut.ti.nhnu liu th i. l, ii % ,re,
rront a a cxlito e t 2'.1. ii. tInf ,. in
-In, ll l %In ) i3 ..-l t.
TowIndlte of Princeton, Where the Wbite Employes Live. The IoI' t o t tihe IDry Kiln.
_rrit in-.g'o I. Ilal ir t,, nlI, h-, rme-
.. ...Aty oma r .,e tie 1e I-ino .1 l nFor a roraIl
this world. am]. Nearly 200 erplh),'es meansB b,..rd i :tidt in m r, iiu 11- o t.-ar a I-t-
The Extent of the Plant. at least .'u i tnhabitanti a ud prob- | a -.hi i' i inta i ,ini,- .inr ,-iiiri t1
The sawmill and village around It ably atore. It is s mn3ay tooki mg I 'it-in.iJ.- t,,in-n, r" -. ':,i --t an at
cover abOLt eighty acres of gronu.Td, a pla. '[it'-h I.,.g I. ,I co in a ,j-Ir.
It is a completely equnppi-d plant. In the wvinhr. %hlin the pal;ing9 Lan C iei,.l 9t-ift 1, 1;lin t, i .n.-. t-hr
and all of the machlenry is of the season occ:iir, th,:-re is a railroad l,-ea,r. uiutt _r to Wi %'II. S sh (;anl-:
latest type. agent Ti-ne is a parking huu~s l -.nntI "rlv in I, 1Tif;i,,I ,.-iM tun;a. lnli Ill-
The mlii n building is 6I0x190 feet. Ahicih i H. Do\[ c Alliuin Lbuilt Mi.- sitall-.l In lif it!ill.
Rere the big stlks of timber are re- C -' QBinn i, tIthe pi-unmitrss. A Tht.- l,-,i.iril- ti,.r. i.jss tr ri a tran-
duced to merchantable lumber. b1.y1 l'a Jtpdir sltp has be-.in tu.1i-
The concrete dry kiln is 24x120 ness
feet. There i, a floturishing Woodman
The planing mill is 100~x1t)0 feet Ig- l inn Icmini-ton.
The two luniler ramps are 4,0x The school i in charge of M. -
ZO feet and 2,i)x.-O feet.1 W. KI'.uiz
TIbIIa, t and lLadin the ]'imber.
The iu er ktted ar I lix:1111fet To tlno.e- hjr fmi llainr withI rin' -
There ar- a number of other build.
ing suci as 'lie office, barn. machine [ rc ..-- uI _- i l i li,- in, rk-t
au.j black.n.itb shh6ps it r -in it i, r., --to tIe sineii d, iit
V. li-li: it lieaz 'ht- IO t iie I to_, ltt
In the ran n there us Ihe nommll- a (u-rtdin rpile. i.f irrluiir Iattn "a nd
sar3 storeP withI its st.;rkl of goods an I; ,-:-,nt tii in I,, t -' or a .,'pr- ,- t .
to suit thte needle tf all trie emi ployes lain sit- t hjt v. ,ill b r- iua lto.-. for pil-
Probably a lhundreI building. on , Ti [Pit- i. a p. int dJ-mi nd fir .. ...,r
the inontnsi.e ? loni t,, th,. .)m pian, tinnm L, ti tl, , h : i.i a,- rin-re i, '
which are occupied by the men free. ,) notnh iuirmtce .,'orn utnlr-r ciinsirtiu.- .*., .
The Eqiupiueipt of the MIli-. ,,ii ,in Soi,,tIh Flolia Tlr,-Pe Iocs
The ma:hintt-:, in the big nill is ar-.' haul-,I to to .- railnr.-rid an luad-
of hn-a.%\ typie made by three Allis- ?.1 ottilH t i 3ain o ali ar it i n tI- Princ- -
C('halmners Co Thb. englripins /.re Filer- ton ifr ilpling b ior t- h niping to
Stov ell hesiv dl- iit r-,.m k-.r a v l'.., ;. r, i, in.iniaro , q i...', *, .
250 h. p., 2100 h. p., 4i1 h. I)., and 2I0 Th-n itr: tinimber i. cut fnr i.h .
h. p I lighting s--.ren .i Tie-r.- a ,I? a"w im ill. All tl, p t tI-S lart.,. enot- g I '
four high pressure 72x1S reluin ti- for lumber is tal.:t'n oiff The loa.-in i
bular boilers in marine settings, 1,i0 proc's-. id inniqu_ .\ thr,-I,- sii.- -
h. p. each. The boilers ure led hv ,-r andl lo it-r icombired is useJ. It
automniatic stoker, the fuel consists faclitate-( the work and saves the Over FHJirda East (Coast E~teniion


-* iri-:.l ,ii, r-.,.r.itg iii, il lowla jl on
the car- fl.r f'litl shiiimf-nt
'tih 'hii:r.ncitl'-' rt then' iLumber.
Iln t ,-, :-l.j i il% tl I tlr i r- % a- .) n f
i-r.iIuI ti. i- ai i til(-e hardi1is io
i,:. ni. tl I,,l-" of l 1,d,- C tn, ni t bi it
F.i, ir i- riiglil -fter for its n-iniiur-
ilg ,iaiillii-5. 'i'h pi ,I criu-s not
r, iudil'. iie l i up it; t inriliitin .. so
it h in j '. r urin '-.- u- l-i-n [' i i tb., *
1 b u lf ;:111, Of it, l i ll hl v ,w 'dlit ,1"-j
I. also tak.'.. a high t poiels 1 lhtn '..in
bii is-,l tin llii-hl lig ii I;.
'alr, ri r.i io not lilke to n.vork it.
a IL. -'uri ildlls taci. Tli]-' riane
ri k.--tp 'i-.-iniilly ,prea-inm ihn-ir
r.f.%s to 1.-el ip nt-ni g ing tir. ,ipn il i-
,.. .) .I Tlih- t.isi: t'i .I 'm rtir a n 11 il
rita a [,t.i:c- ot tbi- tliniller reiiinro.-
,1 I, , :, .I h l l .l ,It,,! iO,,,l
j.i l ini t i n iC ll iItr,-l i te t -tl I tin
jii-r lf Iiu '. -. for \ ri. - iin rr_,. re
S-, ii, hl i ,er .1 'li ih 1 a1 ,ir, t,:r last-
iurg ilii.tliiei-
Tht-i,- is a Ih-:al ,.l-'n.indi f r all
iih mI l i rJaI in iir oit. anl I.ra. tit 3-
!% ,ill til u:aii'tnit geO e to t:'.'n, b,-
-


. filrt ('Ca" of LuLnber Into Key West


S.-i tion of Prhl-etiui .'-"i auluul to


Negro Enmployeg.


CUT-OVER LANDS FOR SALE

Tl1.1 1 oi,0p1t, y 111 V has .tI ,,r :1im, it 1 -f 1. l.o\'r lpnds for
'.i' TlI,-y c.iii, 1tt li,, l nt 11 n 1.y ,il1,rit ity trt, o tu ar. .es t ip
tu a tlir,i siii T ,i y arI ,I I N, it '-]y ri-.r,, ililr il ptrie-,
,(i, rinitriti r liiir inl', a irti.r-i ,\,'r tWli'I lhnils from which the

t illl ir h i- h ll a il .IritI .I-I m,1)t ,nri I%,,Plan
Thl ,.ii1 t i ,iir Iv i n tl it lt ilirr Iiti, b, v triohl. y Fs-
'iiiii ,-,l ti riin -'". 111 i) lq I',ll [* 1 r i,> r,. T l]iis ,.\ |i,,. .,,, IS sa ve-d
Ih v oI-n' t h,' l I ,,l l :flr,',,,I i, I ,r,.I. ,i. thrv,, ,Haipoiny lands.t are.
i;.iitr r'!I ," ,'- ily .'I ui, ,,111 ll Ow p nrh, 'lt I'iuOtH f tlld plant
th,7ir i .,.., it ii ti.1 iy I h,.-I i1 ,,hr.;l li i ou lt I onth tihte s etiiips
.,nI Ii l l i th ".

T] nIt,.',, ]ii:il-k i'lf- ni,,i, iv i, l h,' Il ,R lian,] ,.I lh:\'e the sa1llte
(111;,11 ly ul .0'1 i li I ,,'l t 1 ,'1111 ]. ,-4l it, t nhl., .hsi' lton. S lOIle
I,-+,Hili fi ll k -'n ,; --.-l i i. n it li th. \v io io ty .,, o.1 i st of these
ln tl. -,M? th" i iit r, .r 4: i lh .. r ain ;,rtu ,'l ,11i. 'mi-, 1 ;ration of their
,lnu, lity.

'Shliii l ni ri lly l ishi t-- ein ir-, ,n 1 ];'irg or small tr.a t of
Ill,-- lamn .k. H I-it,; .,ihlr,--,l ij tin ci-iinllii iiy at M iami will
, ;. N,, t I, pl,)i 1l illit il.n i'r ,tiloii ti _:;illiig at tlhe office will
Iho i. li *-Xd,'t Iltit.) iM8ia lui.

tAdl\ ettisemeunt.j

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The Drake Lumber Company, Dade County's Biggest Industry



Its Active Operations Extend Over a Large Very Portion of the Pine Lands of the Redland Section
Its Active Operations Extend Over a Large Very Portion of the Pine Lands of the Redland Section


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Fie ve TgetaMbe and IroK packing
ho s landioateo the bast etor the
prosperity tt has oome to Ooulds.
To these ham been added a kochup
kaotory to take qae of the surplus
tomatoes. Probably 150 to 200 cars
of vegetables are shipped fom this
point every winter and spring. It
Is the center for a large vegetable
gzowing district. There is a big
prairie ti front of the town. extend-
ltg to the bay while the back glades
eamtituto tha best gardening *pote
In southern FlorlJa. DurlDsg tbe
packilta eason, Goulds Is thb busiest
iUttle plaoe In the entire homestead
*etrlt. The prowe, ptrs, and
3oclUw I I up the boarding houses.,
ads d temporary tents. It is a
*deae of aot tity. Tomatoes is the
prtnclple crop.
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The pakting houses are owned by
Chase & Co., ampo Rico Trucking
Co., R. 0. Applegate, James & Knox,
and Crutchfleld & Woolfaulk. Grapt,
DoeM & Co., are the proprietors of
the ketchup factory.
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W.PH. Gauley has a general store.
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J. W, Utarns is the postmaster and
has a small store.
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S. P. Lewis is othe blacksmith.
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Mise Frusol Break* Is the school
teacher.

Mrs. Lamphere a laid out.an ad-
dition on her homestead adaolntug
the town.
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Balls & Miller has 'a addltion
near the ralroad'dpot.
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C. I Bamm oa cac etB a amsat
market and restaurant.

Oeulds t Is the first town after en-
tering the homestead country. It is


grave. The teles ane filed with fruit
and have a beautiful appearance. Mr.
Anderson has erected a sawm41il on
his place and is sawing up his own
timber. He Ends a ready market In
the nelptborload for aN be oas de-
liver. A new house has been built
on the place and his family have
settled tows to enjoy life in tropi-
cal Florida, blr, Anderson also crops
0soe in the winter time. He is a firm
bell ever in the future prosperity of
the Redland section and Is glad he
got here in time to see it start on
the up grade.
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Mrs. Minnie Lanphefe who now
lives in Miami was one of the women
who took advantage of her rights as
an American citizen and filed on a
claim. After living on it the neces-
sary number o( years, she proved up
and now owns 150 acres of pine land
adjoining GouldL. A portion of this
has been planted and is being sold
out In Iota. As the town grows this
land will become quite valuable.
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J. H. HbilLad has a f.aore tract
near Goulds set to grove.

1. R. Reed of Iowa, purchased S.
P. Lewis' tract of 40 acres with 600
bearing trees on It. Thi Is near
Goulds.
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A. C. Brtokaw hM a fine traet of pine
aid prairie land oustninlng 400 acres
whicLh lHes between Ooulda asd Black
Point. It Is close to the railroad and
to both railroad depots. The prairie
land le hlth and does not overflow
as do the low prairies. He will prob-
ably sell this in smaller tracts.
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W. H. Caula is the prcarietor of
lthae store at Obulds. He also owner
the betel and a hundred acres. o land
scattered ever the district. Hie has
a 15-afe grove of grape frait. All
this pwpmety represent the aoounmu-


Store and Hotel Belonging to W. H. Cauley, Goulds.


'just a mile or so from the mouth line latlons of about five years. What
of the Perrlne Grant. A large terri- Mr. Cauley hae done shows the
tory Is served from Ooulds, both of chances a poor man has in this coun-
prakrle country and pine land. Some try. He came here from middle
of the finest groves in the homestead Georgia and for several years worked
disnriot are near the town. The first aas a day laborer for $1.25 a day.
car of grape fruit was prepared for Then G. L. Moody of Naranja, ad-
shipment at this point. A large num- vanced the fertilizer so he could put
ber of young groves are just coming in 5 acres of tomatoes. These turn-
into bearing and many acres of new ed out well and the next season'he
grove are being planned and the land put out 10 acres. After these two
cleared, years he had $5,500 to his credit.
a He went to Goulds and started the
The first rural free delivery route Istare. His business has prospered,
in the homestead country starts from but Mr. Cauley stJll puts out a to-
Goulds; Hall is the regular carrier, mato crop every winter. He knows
It serves the territory that extends how to handle vegetables and be-
through the Eureka district, touches lives there is no better way to make
Hainlln's and passes through Silver good in this country than by using
Palm. Ithe soil and sunshine mixed with for-
Illizer in the proper quantities. He
I. F. Talbott is a Kalnsas man who Iasserts that this is essentially a poor
thoroughly believes that this section man's country, If he will work and
of Dade county will some day become plan properly.
The greatest fruit country in the I a
United States. He still lives at Mc- C. R. Graham has a small grove
Person, Kansas, but comes down near Proctor and C. L. Proctor has
here several times a year. and each five acres of young grove.
time he comes he buys another piece a *
of land. He hase acquired 350 acres Prestpn H. Lee homesteaded eight
of good red soil and has his eyes on years ago in section 15. He is a
more. Two miles out from Goulds native Florldlan, but was clerking in
en the rock road he has cleared up a grocery store In Miami when he
a tract of 5 acres where he will build learned about the Redland country.
a handsome home, probably this He secured a good piece of land and
winter. He has several small groves started to work on It. His first money
and win plant out more. His son was mane cropping, just as others
and his son-lu-law both have home- about him were doing. This he has
-steads near him. His brother also continued for most of the time he
expects to come-down .this winter has been on the place. Tomatoes was
with him. Mr. Taelbott will prove a the principle crop. He says he has al-
valuable citizen for tbis country, a ways made expenses and some years
be will make substantial improve- has obtained good returns. Cropping
4nents and will attract others to this is somewhat of -a lottery, but the
locality. chances are In favor of the grower,
S* if Ife pltys the game according to
W. M. JohiunG has a homestead rules and does not put up too high
with a 5-aere grove adjoining the 'that he will have a crop of 2500
town. W. M1. Randolph has a home-; boxes from 280 seven-year old trees,
stAd and a small grove. Both are for which he has been offered 32.00
colM'ed men. per box on the trees. This would
i mean an income of $5,000 from about
R. H. Anderson who came here 4 acres of grove. Mr. Lee mulched
several years ago from Kansas has stakes. Mr. Lee always played safe.
160 acres of fine land and a 1-acre : In the earlier years there was noth-


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBE" 2, 1*12.


ing else to do, except crop. for every-1
body in the Homestead country was
poor like himself and bad no money
to employ laborers. It has been Mr.
,ee's success with a grape fruit grove
that has been the most marked. He
has 20 acres in grove at present,
rPanging from one to seven years old.
The older trees are a beautiful eight,
filled with bright fruit that Is just
pow turning yellow He estimates
his trees heavily with prairie grass
and gives them no other cultivation.
He feeds them about forty pounds of
fertilizer. They are thrifty and bear
heavily. Some of his trees this year
will have IS and 20 boxes of fruit.
Mr. Lee says. "This beats cotton and
corn farming on which I was raised
In northern Florida. I bjlleve any
hard working and Intelligent man
can make a success here. I Intend to
keep on putting in some new grove
every year. I don't know anything
that will beat it.'
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I. P. McLane is one of the most
successful tomato growers in tbe
Gould section. He lives out on the
edge of the prairie where the rock
road crosses. He has been there tour
years and says his returns have been
"satisfactory." This means that he
has cleared $16,000 and purchased
145 acres of land from his tomato
crop returns, a result that certainly
ought to be satisfactory to any man
Re farms on a large scale and thor-
oughly understands how to handle
the crop. He has also raised a su(c-
cessful rice crop on the prairie In
frost of his house. TIMs was an ex-
periment, but it showed good results
i-He has about 145 acres of thbe prairie
land under cultivation. He says
tMat the grass on the prairie will
pasture a large number of cattle, but
the only trouble would be In taking
care of them In the wet season when
the land Is covered with water. Mr
MoLane's 'esperiece con be duplicat-
ed by others working under the same
conditions.

Josh Lingren Is a sturdr Swede,
one of the kind that makes good in
this land of the free and the home
of the brave. Hie homesteaded thir-
teen years ago northwest of Goulds
and has lived there ever slnce He
has pioneered, raised crops on the
prairie and developed a grove Just
now he is completing a fine eight-
room house, with bathroom and other
modern Improvements He has earn-
ed the right to live in an up-to-date
home. Mr. Lingren has a 7-acre
grove of grape fruit and or-
anges. His grove of Hart's late or-
anges produced a fine crop last year
and are full of oranges this season.
He has been offered $1,560 a box on
the trees, but has refused. There Is
no question in Mr. Lingren's mind
about this being a good fruit coun-
try, for he lived in Orange county at
the time of the big freeze and knows
something about the dangers to trees
in central Florida during the winter.
Here, he says, there Is no danger
from frost Having done well in Dade
county, Mr. Lingren has no hesitanoy
In recommending this as a poor man's
country, proviJed the poor man is
willing to work and has enough
gumption to acquire a piece of land.
His family consults of a wife and four
children.

MI. B. Parker of Goulds. has bought
10 acres of land from H. A. Proctor
and will put in a grove. B. B. Blakey
has purchased 40 acres of the Proc-
tor homestead and Mr. Meyer bought
30 from the same party. Gideon
Rivers. who works on the extension.
got another 10 acres.
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Mrs Dr. SbliMs still retains her
homestead intact. It is the N. E.
half of section 22. She makes her
home in Miami.
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A. L. Hearn & Son are dealers in
fruit and vegetables. They buy and
ship large quantities of grape fruit
and oranges.
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W. 0. Shepherd has twenty acres
on the rock road west of Goulds He
has been there three years and has
four acres in grove. Expects 30n
boxes of fruit this year. He came
from near Orlando, and declares tbhl
Is the best fruit country he has ever
seen. He expects to get out twelve
acres In grove in a short time. He
also has some nursery stock.
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I. B. Clement. on the rook road
west of Goulds. has out five acres of
grape frtiit and plans to put out fire
acres more. He Is building a neat
two story 'house an-i Ill live on the
place. He came here four months
ago from New Orleans. and Is yard
superintendent for the Drake saw.
mill.

N. Ml. %'ever has forty acres in the
corner of the rock road one and a
half miles west of Ooulds He bought
It for $12.50 an acre two year' ago
Land around him is now selling for
$40 to $60 an acre. He has already
four acres In grove and Is clearing
up four acres more. His family still
lives in Miami. but next summer he
expects to build a fine e'iht-room
house with wide verandas and will
beautify the grounds.
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W. H Mobley has just proved up
on a forty-acre homestead. on,' and a
half miles west of Goulds He Is a
carpenter by trade, but declled sonic
five years ago that he would rather
farm. He say, he has made every
year more money trucking than he
could have done working for w.ags
in Miami, if he had been emploe:'i
every day. This year trom ten acr,,s
of tomatoes he received over $.l0A0
for his time and investment. He has
seven acres of grove, and says, 'l
picked five boxes of fruit from some
'of these trees when they were 3 1-2
years old. I estimate my crop IhiO


year at 1000 boxes oi grape IruIt
and 60 boxes of tangerines. He has
just completed a fine home and Is
spending the summer in Georgia.
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The Busy, Wide-Awake Town of Goulds;


Becoming a Packing House Center

Several Big Vegetable Tracts Ave Tributatery to the Town Where Winter Gardening
Has Become a Profitable Business-Many Fine Groves it This Neigh-
borhood Sending Prmit to Northern Markets.


Bananas Do Well in the Redlands-There Are Several Commercial Plan-
tations in '1 h-i Section.


John Murray hbumesleal.ld on a E. B MNl,-er is a recent arrival
tract of land adjuining Prin,'.eton in rcirom Illinois. but he Is going Into the
1 406. Preti 'is ro that time he had grut buirine-ste in the proper spirit.
bought 2. at_'r.-' an]d iade a I4-at: re I He has a '-a-.re grove ni-ar Prin e-
grove on it Tris he ait,-irarrds ton and i- putting uit ten acres
sold On his hii,',iinie ad he baz rsitt I ior.. on rh. rot:l; rue 1a two miles
out 5 acres of aive and has alto v 'sT ot t'oulds, were he bought
sold part oCi it to other p.trties Irvin thirty acres or the Lane homestead.
Bros.. bought 260 a:ies and will put a *
in 15 acres of Aro.e. A % Ic%'irk,-r A. XV. VonVicier has been here
boughtB) 1 a'tes and ill put out S. nin nionrhi; nihi ha- gore into the
a,-res In grove J. H. Da) is gt l r ':r.ti mercartile huI lie'-:i wlih
acre for a irc,e- C. N H-rinc'r-c-ni John iMurray. H-e al])o has a home
paid him -j $ 11. for a 3-a-re ti-.-t a ,..J I .,.s irt. rove anrid is pilring
iolning town Mr .Murra3 ciri,- IteiC- Ii :. ; c-a r. more He is gr-.rtly
from( Colilmbia tcjounty. -''a anF t Ia'n i.i'lts"ed withthhe country and its prus-
made all be has out of 11t- -otl andV 1 I .t..
bthe advance ot land \alii-!.. He sa\' a a
any industrlouis and 2 1- tomi-al nitlirn ra-,.id fi t)sey hris a 10-acre tract.
can mak'- a living heie (in S..,', a wthi .. fit.rE in gruie. He ha- a
day and use part of thb- monc-v to pay -,i: Idsomi, r ,:orttae Vith pleasant Eur-
for a small piece of laid In ha.-t ;va Iroiinrdings. Mr Rauisey is Drake
he can acquire a home for his old Lumber company's bead sawyer.
age. Mr. Murray is a partner In the *
firm of Murray & McVickers general J. S. Slaven and his brother,
merchants. Frank Slaven were the first home-


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Edwin Nelson of Miami has a .
acre grove on thbp rVrn Lane houlip-
.stead near Priniion He has SO
acres in the tract and is improving
some additional land.
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Wma. Wilsun has a 10-acre tract,
five of which Is In -bearing prove He
has a nice cottage where be and bis
daughter live.

A E. Kerfoot is a homestead-r
and has a fine mango grove on tri,
pla,:e, also a good two-story houst.
Re Is a carpenter by trade.


steadprs In the Princeton section.
and prohanly In the whole Redland
cOrTit ti J. 5. Sla-en till lives on
hiI- plaiu and has 12 acres 'of grove.
part of it in bearing. He is a bache-
lur arnl raks i are of the plate him-
'elf. lb-inch aii experie-nced grove man.
e- asi.-ted in planting and caring
for some of the early groves in Dade
coinry. Part of the homestead has
heen sold to M. A. Milam, of Miami.
on which is a 5-acre grove, and 15
a- res to Mir. Campbell. of Miami. He
iJE having '10, acres learnedd for grove
C A Chambers has five acres cleared
for grove.


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M. Slnuiuons' New Bmungalow Near Naranja.




About Naranja Grove Men.


H Dove Allison is erecting a larger CAMPO RICO PLANTATION AT
warehouse on a lot bhe rec-i-ntlv puf- t;Ot IDS.
chased. Mr Allison is the pripri-
tor of the Redland and Siter Palm The Campo Riro Plantation on the
Nursery. prairie ea. of i Gioulds is one of the
N u e big propositions Ir that veltihi, It
r,,Int inE over a th-ilsand> a,.mIvS and
The F. E C. railroad haM a good has be-n diked to keep out the wa-
sitzed and roritniieit di-pot bort for 1pr liir.h .-omjes down from the
passeringi-rs an.i riil.pir,-i prtild'i- It Cl:.1,5d Four hundred acres of this
is open diiiing ti.? winter aja:,-,.n farTi have ,t cn under -ultivi.tlon and
Itrirten miles of ditches have been
ig TIe- land slop s ro the south-
J E. Horn- ha; a j.;njmetmiad ea'-t -t X, ith a ra-il of one foot and S
of Ndraujda, 'lrtt a -a re and. in i,-s Ia to the mile i he company
a hI,.Us-t. 1-i1- ii a IuilI gar- i. f t r, arra,- giape railroad from
deuor in]. g,,ieiiI -.hial. oiiw t*p I,1l fn n, Itop ithe railroad. There are
in grot %mire wiiir a -ct-!:,til-, li-t" :;2 1-4 nl,|; ,-:,I track. equipped with
cain, bere- tr,, r-e r.'l iI 'l ;o- rn ,.. niall a rleines arid se-ven cars
I'lli._' hiinlr_ hlatd t-ve-nlv ears of
.1 F lllli r.j i. ', ,.f ii i- l. d mr I ,l ,,l.n i t -'r,? hippedi from this
tel rs- in il ti. gitO,, h'.Il n izl- f', rtii i, or, pr-aditn J. C. Baile. oae
tlonis-Sit-ad thl.-i is a *-. -i-,],! i r...'. t.. 1t o n-rqi cf the pla,-e. gives it
of '". a r-. lie i a hu.lie.i'zii 1 h -' I.-r'nrial attention. Mr. Owvens
grower alen H,.- i' a nati.,- Fl-.-ii- l- t ibte irp'rirn endent in charge. Be-
dian Ira Roteri. or' 'iaiit ,try h bd- Il, th_ regpilr crops that have
bought 21 it oi the n IJll i b .r ll Ht'*1)i it mine sir s essful
homrn.-tea l ,li I \i Mt', d. ,. .<, rit-,r- thae hrt-rn math. nith
ha., a --a, re gr,,\, ,_,r,.. i $htf .. r ?.. ll i.Ja,-'e r,:,|, M r. EB aile
S lat tll- abu.t .lhe- ii alln article in thl.
S c(i lnii It wta'.. the showing made
iby is i 'ni[tativt whih sei-'Ured
J. B Masters has a 4s i-arV.i t hoatti-- ;,,,hli .A ,ifr'lt-,t i teral years ago. so
stpad oil thl u l-'r -nil ,tf th- i -l'intl n"11lr1 m Ritl andi G -llds have de-vel-
ai iid h'lr a yo,'ltg gi 1om -. Iitart. i l i. t i'-t Tl.-re is no more
ht-iitliii -- r lonoti.:r for G: iljs ranid
Stlit RedlandJ *.tintry than Mr. Bailey
E. L. Davis. the postmruster, La; a and he hILs iutt-rested a nwnber of
place near Naranja. wit iS, ucres in j parti,-z in grov- aindl trucking prop-
grote. ositioup in that section.


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The name of Naranja is expressive
of the countr"- being the Spanish
for orange. It is the center of a
fruit and packing section. A circle
of pine trees surround it like an old-
fashioned paliug fence Their green
top-. nod approval of the quiet and
peaceful scene. Some day tihe land-
scape will lieo dotted with homes and
groves A beginning has already
been made and some of the groves
in this vicinity are very prolific.
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There Is a well built hotel belong-
ing to ( W. Moody which is open
during the winter season The big
store of Mr. Moody supplies the
nehighoring country. The postoffirce
Is (ondi,.rtedi byv E L. Davis. Three
packing houses handle the fruit and
\egetablets. They belIong to R 0.
Apptlegate & Co.. the Citrus Exchange
and G. L. Moody.
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The Palnm Vista Lodge No. 20, A.
F. and A. M. is a Naranja organiza-
tion. It has a well-equipped lodge
room over the Moody warehouse.
The officers are: Master, J. W. Hill;
S. \V.. J. E. Home;; J. W.. Geo.
W. Moody; S. D., Chas. Gossman; J.
I.. E. Goilatitscheck; Sec., Geo. W.
Ellis; Treas., E. L. Davis.
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An Episcopal church is the only re-
ligious organization There is a neat
rhurcb building. There Is a Sunday
school organization and preaching
seorIces at regular intervals. Just
now the church is without a rector.
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Geo W. Moody, a native of Flori-
da, Is Narania's principal citizen. He
first came to this locality thirteen
years ago, and cropped on the prairie
at Cutlerand started a store there.
He homesteaded nine years ago, but
alter proving up sold the land to Dr.
James Cope and H. H. Gordon. He
-4ill ha1 a grove of lu acres on the
Hiliard trait. He has put up practi-
call) all the buildings in the town
and has stores at both N.tranja and
Perrine. The hotel was erected by
him. lie has recently platted an ad-
dition to the nest aide of the town
and will dispose of the lots. Mr.
Moody has bee-n farming Come every
Near since coming to Florida, add
has been successful His best sea-
son was in 1907, when 2492 crates
were marketed from 20 acres of
glade land. The gross receipts for
this crop were $8,880.13, and the net
Income something, over $2,000. That
same year he bad a big crop at Per-
rine. Mr Moody owns 160 acres
around the town of Perrine and 3ai
acres of prairie. He is an energetic
and progressive citizen and has pin-
nid his faith to the redland country.
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Lawrence Smith has a homestead
on the Island east of Naranja. He
has planrej a small grove and is a
winter farmer.
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Mrs. M. L. Barcus has a home-
stead on the island and has a yqung
grove started. She has a comforta-
ble two story house.

F. E. Hunt has a fine homestead
just one mUe north of Naranja He
hv ed on his claim and was elso post-
master at Naranja during a portion
of the time. He has made some im-
provements on the place, having 7
acres of young grove. Recently he
moved to Miami where he has been
appointed assistant postmaster. Mr.
Hunt is a man well acquainted with
the homestead laks, having been an
inspector for a number of year, and
is often employed in cases where con-
tests have been Instituled. He Is a
native of Alabama and has been in
FIorida aboui three years.
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George Ellis has a homestead just
north of town. There is a good bouse
on it and a grove of 5 or 6 acres
started. Mr. Ellis takes pride in keep-
ing it in good shape. He Is one of
the oldest settlers, and was there be-
fore the rock roads came.
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L. N. Snell is a homesteader, and
has a fine tract of redland in the Nar-
anja neighborhood. He came from
Wi-consin originally, but has been
in Florida 27 years without ever
Leaving the state. HFe has added 0t
acres to his holdings by re':ent pur-
bchases. To his eight acres of grove
he is adding another tract of 7 1-2
acres. He is building a new seven-
roon house with bath. He came to his
homestead without any capital and
now would want a good price for his
24' acres. He has eight children and
sixteen grandchildren. One of his
sons is a medical missionary In Chi-
na. Mr. Snell believes there is no
place like Dade county for citrus
fruit growing.


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C. C. Lloyd homesteaded north at
Naranja In 1902, out has done most
of the development on the place dur-
ing the past tive years. He ha-s cer-
tainly done well, for he has one of
the best groves in the whole redland
country He I1. a North Carolinian,
but has been in FPorida for the past
IR years There is a neat cottage on
the place and he IE fixed to live corn-
fortahly and enjoy life- There Is
3. acres in grove, the oldest trees be-
ing S years of age Last year twenty,
boxes each wv.?ie picked from three
of his trees. It now luoks as If there
would be at least 2.011.1i boxes on the
grove this year. To show something
of the value of a good grove, he says
ih" nas. offered ..$30.6'60IO or the forty
acr-. of land on which he has 80
acres of grove.

Mr. Lloyd has not sold any of his
land yet. but probably will soon, as
be fiear-s tha.t 41AI ares are enough
for him to 'are for. That will cer-
tainly be the case when the 3) acres
comes into full bearing with from
5,0o0 to lI,110.11i boxes a year. Mr.
LInsd feels that hb has no reason to
compalln about tne way the Redland
country has treated him.

Senator Samuel Hilburn hae a tract
of land. near Naranja on which there
Is a small grove. This is tue old
Bell homestead.
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B. I. Mathbews has homesteaded oa
the Island north of Naranja and has
started a small grove.

Mr. Peterson of Dania. has a home-
setad and has built himself a goad
house.
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C. L. Ingrabam came to his home-
.stead in li1.,-t. He now has twelve
acres of grove, all coming into bear-
ing. Last year his young five-acre
grove paid 10 per cent. divided on a
valuation of $5..,00. He has a nur-
sery with about 40.f'00 trees in it,
and is trying to have 20.0o61 of thesw
budded this season He thinks grape
fruit stock is better for trees in this
section than the rough lemon. From
an experrini:e of 27 years with
groves, he pronounces no land In
Florida so %ell adapted for grape
fruit a; the redland. He likes the
Marsh and Davis seedless varieties of
stock.
a S
Mr. Webb, a Jacksonville banker,
has a place of 60 acres with a young
grove on it. He is well pleased with
.the way it is looking.
S S
C. 0. Wood came from iBrI3SI.h
West Indies and took an 80-acre
homestead He has a 5 1-2-acre
grore-mostly of grape fru't, or-
anges, pears and mangoes. He will
put out more as soon as he is ablq.
He came here nine years ago and
this is a mighty healthy country.
There is no fever or other epidemic
troubles. He still has his homestead
intact, but would sell 40 acres.
a a
Dr. James C.op-e the Episcopal rec-
tor in Miami, has been largely inter-
ested in land around Naranja. He
purchased the Shields homestead and
resold it to other parties. A. V.
Brown got 20 acre.-. of it. Mr. Webb
has 6') acres, McFeely Bros. 10 acres,
I Mrs. Crowl and sister 10 acres, Mrs.
Stein 5 acres, and Dr Cope still re-
talus 15 acres. Other parties have
alto made purchases.
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H. N. Gaines, of Topeka. Kansas,
has a 20-acre tract near Naranja, and
has. put 1., aires of it Into grove.
4 4
Dr. 0. S. Morrow. of Topeka, Kan-
sas., has a 2,u-acre tract part,)I clear-
ed.
*
A. V. Brown of Miami is enthusias-
tic over the R-llandI country. He
says when he tir t tame to Miami he
alo hId nUt -t. -i-n go ,i.n%_, tu tIhat coun-
try to look at ir. One da,.. however,
a fi lend took lihim to Narauja just for
a ride He saw ti- groves there and
Before he came tack had purchased
41, aires. He ha' been buying ever
since anj now has 217 acres. He
says none tt i It for tale Hie already
has 41 1-2 acres in grove and getting
ready to plant l. acres more. He ex-
petels to live on the place and will en-
large the house. That Is where he
will make his home He declares that
the coming winter is the last he will
engage in the real estate business;
after that will look alter his groves.
He has located a number of his per-
sonal friends around him. He wants
them to have a share of the good
thingsE. in life. He Is located just a
half mile north of Naranja. He will
build a real estate office on a lot he
recently purchased of Mr. Moody.
a*
A. S. McLendon has a homestead
of 80 acres east of Horne's place. He
has many tropical trees around his
home, but makes a regular business
of winter farming.


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Naranja-Land of Plenty


Surrounded by Groves.

An Addition to Town Recently Put on Market.--Lots
Sold Rapidly and New Buildings Al-
ready Being Erected.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SA TURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912. PAGE 27.


Bank of Bay Biscayne


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NMIIAN41I, FLORIDA


CAPITAL -
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Deposits -


OFFICERS
J. E. Lummus, President
S. A. Belcher, Vice-President
Jas. H. Gilman, Cashier
R. L. Hill, Assistant Cashier


$100,000.o00
40,000.00
886,000.00


DIRECTORS
Jos. A. McDonald E. B. Douglas
James M. Jackson S. A. Belcher
T. W. Shands Jas. H. Gilman
F. L. Church J. E. Lummus


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THE gErowth oo lii, bank has been steady and rapid.
Modern methods, superior facilities, courteous treat-
ment, combined with a large capital and surplus, have
helped this institution to attain its strong position and
the good will of the people of this city and section. We
solicit the accounts of individuals, firms, corporations
and societies, be they large or small.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


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DETROIT, THE FARTHEST SOUTH TOWN ON THE AIN LAN


With a Big Prairie for Truck Gardening and Fine Grove Land in the Pine Woods


Detroit in August.. 191,2. Gi ring Vierw if Pal


A Progressive Bun(

They Believe That Detroit Is Destined for a Prosperous I
An Ideal Climate and at the Same Tim(
Building up the Country


Detrolt Is "The Farthest. South"
town in the United StaLes on the
main-land. That is one distinction.
" It is on high pine land and overnools
. a tract of prairie or glade land of
20,000 acres. Every acre of this land
when properly .drained is v.orth from
$100 to $200 per a: tie. TIla is a big
asset for Detroit. ''inter gardening
will become a great Industry under
right conditions. The pine laid back
of the town is adapLed to the gr,.,wing
of citrus fruits, and many groves are
being planted. With vegetable gar-
dens in front an.d g-ialpe fruit and.
.orange groves in thoi roar, Ditroilt
S can conlidlently look forward to a
prosperous future.

The town was laid out by the Mi-
ami Land and Developm,'t Co.. un-
de-r the direction of Edward Stiling.
S formerly of ,t Dtroitr, Mic'h. He al-o
gave the town it. name and is now
the heaviest piopeii;y' oxrer orf town
and glade land. In less than two
-' v-ars Detroit has grown from a de-


ThiA De'troit Dramatic cluh has pr'-e-
sent.d several productions and mv'alt-
e-ned an inter,:t in cood ent,-raain-
inent IrtE i:lflh-rss an.-t: J. D \\Xa i'.-
nMan, PrEi:ni.nt; I-.'e Pcn.,,n. Maiml-
ger; Muss Runy Graves. Tie'a.uier.
The Town Hall was built 1-.,- .uhli.-
subs,-rip tion and! cost i .111"11 1 Tlie
tniristresa re: Edward Siilin. i7.-iir-
maun; A. H. Love and Jab::b Tipton.

Edanwrd1 Stiling i; a tow',,n biild. r
and Df-troir is iortunat .in b:xhaini a
man of his for,:'- I anJ al-lil nunjb.:-
ed antong_ it'.i ti. t en He.- I a.ti'.'.
in ,pusliiig e --r iiac: ti,at v. ill nilk .-
the to ;ra and .,,uitrr it : arc -. pi--He
ieoks afl--r tlih in ur,-srsa o01 thl' ,:, i
company and i. also the MnI liiicat
state aEeiut fior the Detr ilt n'oiO-i-
tion. But s ellini, Ire l estat-, if oily
one sirlp of his attiiiy. He Bha7 Il1 -w
ichased i""I a':res f the i' c iipan,,'.
land himstif anid sa s ti-t(r'e is ilt :ian
ai re of hi- holdings for sale. H,. i-'
improiing his land and i s piitliig
out an bi-acrre grove on the? pIlair-
He hias confidence in th, u.. -.s of


Detroit in January, 19 1I-A Depot Platform.


pVt platform to a village of 58 dwel-
lings. 3 general stores, a hotel, a res-
taurant and bakery, a town ball, an.
office building and public school.
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Detroit has wide streets and ave-
nues. Palm avenue is 100 feeCt wide.
extending through the town and con-
tinuing eastward through the glades
to Bl)cayne bay, a distance of nine
miles. There is a canal Zu feet wide
In the center, extending from the
eastern boundary of the town to tho
bay. Avenue D running north and
southJ through the town Is likewise
100 feet "wide. All other streets and
avenues are 70 feet Lwide with alleys
16 feet wide. ILt. is laid out for a
"city -beautiful."
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The activities of the new town in-
dicate a proper civic pride. The Wo-
men's InLdustrial club has done much
to assist In the general uplift. Its
officers are: Mrs. Geo. B Reynolds,
President; Mrs. Edward Stiling. V\lce
President; Mrs. Chas. E. Sharp,
Treasurer: Mrs. Mat-on and Mrs. Cal-
kins, Secretaries.

* The principal of the public scho.)l
Is Miss Octaxia R. Ailing, a graJu-
ate of Central High Schiil, Detroit.
Mi1Ch.


the venture, after seeing other tre'-s
set out a year aco doing -o nicely.
E. H. Ring planteJ trecs un pine land
and on prairie land at i ,i-. same X.m .
The latter are four times as large as
Olre former. That convinced'l Mr. Sill-
ing and caused biru to s tart n his
S.''-a>re grove. MIr. Stiling w.Lt al2.o
plant sugar cane on tie oprairit. He
has some now growing in his yard
which will be used Ifor 6eeid lHe
things he has enough to plant from ..
to 10 acre-. 'Will grind up the pro-
duct for s:.'rup.
M. L. Williams is postmas-ter 1.4
is erecting a two-story building on
Palm avenue in wh'ch to iou.e his
store and postoffice. He is also the
ticket agent for the F. E. C. railroad.
Carpenters-A. Gromaire, J. H.
Taniner and J.1. C. Wa'i mnan.
Denti-t-Dr. C. H. Djav-:on.
Ph.itlian-Dr. J. B, To-,er.
Paint-ra-J M Ireland, Mr. Van-
Horn and Ide Neff'.

Mr. Horey and |I'o ]le i ju a neat
house v.'hith they -.mnilt largely with
their ov.n hands He i S') ;,Eiars of
age. and is well-to-do Th.-'.y tamne t
Florida for a mild climate. in thlthi
old ine.


, etoorge Reynolds, The Metropolis Carrier, VWbo Deliver thite Paper Ever-
Day on a Huimdred Mile o utefrom Miami to Detruit.
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clear and cold enough all the time." I do well. running a shop In Homestef-_. -Longvlew Schoolhouse *tSo Bad-. lg .

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PAGE 28


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


REM.T.Awn DEDIiTION.T SlC'rTION'3-





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2LR.AMA EDITION, SECTION 3.


.... ....


Dade County Development Co.


17,000


A CRES


ol the Finest FRUIT and VEGETABLE LAND in South Florida

Soil the same as that lying in the famous Goulds, Homestead and Detroit sections.
j free from frost, being jn the open Everglades. Splendid crops being grown on


joining this tract.


* Unus-
the land


The most available land to be had in the vicinity of Miami, and only three


miles from station. Is located at the head of the Snapper Creek Canal, which insures thorough
drainage. Our Local Agent will be glad to show you THIS WONDERFUL TRACT of LAND.

We Sell On Easy Payments to Suit the Customer

This will give purchasers an opportunity to develop their land and pay for it with the profits of
their winter crops. Land bought NOW at our prices will DOUBLE in VALUE before our tract


is all sold.


This is a section where prices are advancing rapidly.


Write us today and let us tell you about this great country.


Address,


Dade County Development Co.


1010 Bisbee Building
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA


.1 -


A T ,,7 l .l I 1
A. V. Brown's Bargains in Redland

160 acres near station $3,200 80 acres 2 miles from station
for ... .o. .$2,300
80 acres 2 miles from station 160 a "r f sub-divis
. 160 acres ripe for sub-:.ivis
with 10-acre grove and ion, 1 mile from two sta-
good buildings . $7,500 tions . .. $8,000
S I .------- =


All near my own grove at
of groves and grove lands.


IU A.


I ____ _______


Naranja. Also a large list
If you want the best see me.


V. BROW N, Naranja, Florida
Or 501 W. Twelfth Street, MIAMI, FLORIDA


--4-- ---


t. I


R. F. TATUMN4
Real Estate-Groves and Grove Land
Homestead City Property
H ,:m ,.tt m-I" I- t!, l t,- al ,}uii lj.~ rt,:-r pla.e 1,'-,?i'r th,.- :.,ni,.,u~s
RELI-LANLID DIsTITli 'T. H. F. Tit.im iik,..- S,:
.'iilty ,,t i ', ,-i oni ii vLr,,'i? Inr,,l, li ,-,in,.,-. is a.t
ll t.i i. -s t .1i. I I. ,-l,1 1r1 1 .i ii' l i t.- .. i i ,.it
in th- R- pF-, t t' .l i Il i. i th .i . -,Il i .I t'-.- I ..' -
iih p i n tli r, ,l -,t 'i, t ,*',,,i ,i h ii T h,' ,r l !' L,'t i ir.,!,,. r, !s
],i.- / tl !i'i i ll ,. -, i 0 1.1 I f 1 1, r. I ,,t I
.L ,n.t 1,, itl pi,, l i,",n ti \,III ',? ;11 y n ,.,, nti.t., t,}ry .
I-w tir.rs' rri,:-.- i- I, i, l.,, II,,n,-.t ,1,i\ liir'..- ,-.,i:, ,-''i ilel
11 ,ll l k ," WV ,' i ,- r,i' -,:*,: I 'L [, l o [ i ili.],: ih f,,'i i i ,i rhi u .
.\. i ,i ,_,lll . .l l I r .
R. Fo. TATUM
Homestead Florida


I- I


HARLAN


A. TRAPP


General Building Contractor


Office, 1110 Avenue C


MIAMI


- - FLORIDA


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SAT7IED."-?" NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


Usually


MIAMII OFFICE:
Rooms 4 and 5
SEWVVELL BUILDING


xzz,,





REDLAND EDITION, SECTION S.


-s s


BEAUTIFUL SILVER PALM, A LAND OF CHURCHES AtND SCHOOLS



One of the Oldest Settlements in the Redlands, Where Many Grape Fruit Groves Are in Full Bearing


The KffldIst Episcopal Church S ouixth-Building Just Completed.



Was Named for Native Plant


A Newspaper Man Was Sponsor and Gave the Locality
a Suitable Title.
_ _ _ _ _ ,. ..


BSllver Palm wan one of the localo-
ties in southern Dade County whtdh
was early given a name. John M.
Caldwell ,an old newspaper man,
suggested the name from the large
niaber of silver palms in the neigh-
borhood. It was at once adopted,
both because it sounded good and
was expressive of condltlons. At that
,time there were no churcLes or
school, thei houses were few and the
pine trmee were the most promLnent
features of the laAdcape.
Al! this s changed now. There are
tvo chu rhes. a two-room school-
19s, e a good store, a score of de-
llfhtful homes, many producing
groves and a general movement to-
'ward greater Improvements. A ru-
Mal fMe delivery route brings the
umNdl every day to the doors of most
of tOn people. A blaoksmlth shop
helps the farmer out with bis trou-
bles.
Tbere are probably 35O acres al-
sd7 In eitrus fruit aIn this locality
lfi Bmuch more planned and the land
In pr'eemB of preparation for plant-
ing grape fruit and oranges. The old


and economy. But final results jus-
tifled .Ils course. He is now one of
the substantial men of the Home-
stead country, and i. building a new
six-room home. He has a 4-acr,
grove of eight-year-old trees, w 'hi.h
promises 1000 to 1500 boxes of fruit.
iHe is planning to set odt len more
acres in grape fruit. Mr. Gonsman
favors good roads, as Le has a keen
recollection of the dayT whopn he hbi
to Etart at 2 o'clock In thl ojorning
for a rourteen-mile drive to Cutler
over a rocky trail Ihrottgb t'he woods.
a 0
E. Aldidn live on th, Bond plose
north of Slilv'r Palm and has a five-
acre grove but this doe" riot rpnrpn-
sent his real worth to the 'ointry.
RHe has securd and cu ri into ten-
acre tracts tho Bond. S-Iruonr and
Hardle homesteads. Theehe heIs sell-
ing to ScandinavIans who expc'ct to
come here eventually and innal' thriIr
honris,. lmprot' nments aro he nuv

groves are being planteil out under
Mr. Ludln's care. Eventually tlii
will be a garden spot. for where rhp


groves are yielding fine crops and the "candinavian makes his home there
young trees are growing rapidly, are always ubtastanlial imnprovem(ints.
Several large nurseries are located Mr. Ludmn has. soldl all but three"
In the neighborhood and nearly every taetis ot' thi. land. and has ecntt,
farmer has a small nursery of his options Crn olli.'r tliuter Ii.ellotLis for
own. The development of ffrove"s further exttete.ion l ihis colonization
bas become the Irbueiness of the entire scheme. Among tho&e already on
section. their places are: Mandy Johnson.
The Baptists built the first church. Gerhard Johnson,, Carl SevCrson,
It is a oomfortable bullding and suit- John Anderson and Chas. J. Johnson.
able for the ongregation. Services These men are also atslstung Mr Lu-
are held twIce a mouth. There Is an din0 in clearing the land and pla.&nting
organ and other modern equipment tIh, gro%-es A force of 25 to 30 men
Sunday school Is held every Sunday aro entimloyep1 all the thnie at tnir
at 10 a. m. The membership num- work. Ro.aIs will alio be built
bers about .5. Rev. J. A. Edge has through thLse places so as to give all
been the pastor. lpurchaSrs direct outlets to the main
The MethodIst church, south. brhtv hard road. Mr Ludii is doing a
Just cIampleted a neat ehurctI i honi eCood work for this neighborhood and
and are holding services r-gralarly. attracting a substantial set of set-
twice a month. The building was tiers.
largely built by homn, labor and paid *
for by homa contributions. If it had M. G Knighton is llvtng on hir
been contracted for It would proba- homestead on sectilon 7. He ha aa
bl 'have cost $3.500. It Is out of log house and small grove.
e'bt, which speaks well for the con- *
grMgatlon of 75 enrolled members. J. HT. Reynolds. of Omaha. has
The society was organized nine years lately acquired 130 acres In secTion
ago with three members. i.. 'He will bull. a house and set
out 20 to 3ii o acres of groie. [-e ais
Mrs. I,. T. H-inutton, of Muskogee, a very einthiiMastic admirer of the
OlUa.. bought 40 acre-fs'if the Marsh Redland country.
homestead In sert-lion 21. r-.ne nile i *
from Naranja. She wtll Improve it: Arthur L. Wallacep. of Pittsburg.
right s Ty'. vrlll bihld a tNo-story hlias 1'30 acrep in section .,I,. adjoin-
house aud put out more grove. Ing Griffin Bros. .sctiion. H. will
S, .. build there bo-'ir-ft'or himrslf amnd
Leo A. Proctor had a homestead tIls two niarried dr.uighteis. Ie ex-
of Si a.,res In s.-rtion 22. whIcibh he pi s to builhi tli v int-r. -His ira-
has olo J10 3 S. Ca.lPllow. from provements aill be very ExtenstLV'e
- -, -L'.... I


whom the Ii'ac Lnumner LO. oouguiT
60 acrsq M'sS Apnthirp bought 5
acres and fipt out. a r,'i.v- Mr s CBF-
tellow Is e ,arine up & icrs for a
grove on Iv. hati ti -ns 1F-ft.

John H Hill, of near Naranija. has
20 acres on the (' Ax. G ni;nin horn,-
eteal. HP has 5 acres in grov- Ii
years old an.l 1 1-2 anres of grOrv '
yeare old Hio h-n' F.one fine trf.n'-.
HeP is ni''elv tht,'liid in a Mx-r.:onm.
two-story house and is enj.ovine life
In Siinny Florida HFe Is woods for--
man for the r'raklce .umber Cn. He
has been In this ernuntrT for six or
seven )ears anl pnrt ,aof the time was
roadmaster for the. F E C railroad.
0 *
Henryv Gosman became a home-
steader tn 1901. Tharit vwa he year
after his brother, Cbarles, located
t 8flver Palm. The early years on
a place meant acrifce, hard work


Chas. A. GC--.nian was the first
man to move his family on a home-
Etead In the R,:, land curiri,' That
r' as In Augii-'t. 1.1.iil. Thi-re war
nothing but r:,il:s an pines i n sig ht,
and It wns not uiri:OrnnilOii to s',? deer
in his front :inrdI Thr. n :ar .sr shliip-
ping point was CuIItlr.-r. and It was an
all dav'a journey over a ro.-kv trail
to reach It. The rotdiiitins Aer., cer-
tainly primv-\al It lb diff'r.nt now.
Mr. Gr_, .ninn is j'ist con lpletlng a
slx-roomi addirinan Io his lion.%e which
will have a li htit plant. vkaturworks
and.1 othor conienlencp-; He has a
twelve-acre grov- carrllng a Vood
(.rop (if I'ruit lie iin tIl e Sll"'.-r
Pialm icls-smlti hop. lie is ,otl-
,i-,. Da.,e county is a pi,,or man's
(country. for lie came here withotLi a
dollar and now ha.- a comfortable
home and a good income. The Sil-
ver Palm blacksmith sbhop belongs


I i-


to Mr. Gossiaan and his son asista
him In this work.

3oel Lewis has a flvaea-vro grove on
the C. WV. HUl bomeeteadl. lie has
lived thenty-rlne yeras In Florida.
had a grove near Lakaland killed In
the 184i5 freeze nnd tben developed
another one on the Caloosobatctld.
Since coming to edland count.T7 he
has eemn enough to Jultify l'his opLn-
ion that it. Is "th., bs'." grove landI
In the stal1. H, h,-l-leves more ter-
tllla.r and less. labor is rte best way
to handle a grove.
W -
E. A. Fors-:ell ha3 a fifteen-acre
grove at. Sil\,-r Palm and plans to de-
velope t'enity-llIe nit..r,, u.r..- His
grove is yoiring. bliit hbe will have fie
hundred boxa or irult thi. yTear. Mr.
Forssel Ih e ,on1 The rla,'e In the
summer auid in MiamI itn the winter
where his family >oTdiinis the (;reen
Tree Inn. What be hh alr:adfy si-en
of the Towtli of th-.- Homtsrend
.'Ouunlry mal:- him a bellr,\''r lo he
flhiture gre-atnezs. HI savs, "VWhen
1 c-minN here, land sr.ld fot i $' to .$15
per acre. It now brings ',.) to 75."

J. R. Walker cam.. to Silver Palm
teu years ago. He Is a tfeorrlan by
birth. HI -homi-tl.- iedil In s,-ctlona
21-..,.-39. A twent(.'-ncio grove, trum
2 to 9 years olid, Is one of I he results
of his labor. Tlje crop on thi-s grove
is Ptilmated at ] (i)0 r.nxe.; thi vf.ar.
.-Som of his land has I-eer ol.1 and
I.,-v.-.I .. otht- ra. T N. ilautier
lit Oil 'T five 'r-' in grape fitlit and
di,-' a,'r-t in r,..arr .\lien L. V_'h.,-ndi-
lcr no'.- lhas a Iiir-.,.i' t gro' I hobi'h
Mir V'Walk.r puT oit Mr W.':ili.r he-
ilplev thata .nlv a c3alanit'. will slop
ilo r. r,-. ih >,f il .-' .'i, iritry. V .le ai i e
it I tbhr- h--t 'irtinis fruit Inn.j in the
nl ii ?fto .i rd 4' "On, frr nmT pront."
lie -av. "i.: that v. P3'ti huld our
rriJit all wlnter until the rarlet is
right."
*
Y K. Kniphir-,n '1ni1p to the Sil-
rer Palm n..-i._hb.iorhbod in l'9,0
a.lien ith only .-ItI- of ,';,lll5.i4>,n
,',re o ,'' .i,'r:' .i l nr .'e, r.r' F a 1, .k
\it!) p 'i, r- O f." h i' .h.,- I'lazs P in Ir ,on
tli m. 114 ?.ook iJp a h.iriin.,t-aJ 111i
-i-, tion 1 I S l and h.is ilI l lh liro -'r
-'ince. liHp J. '.-lired a ro5'Fn-., re
grove. itoil it sanl I. now iI:tiing
rer l,. to pitl ol It rnr. Iir.r tr.n ifr,
II,. a -. '.ilI a p'rt of' i',.- linlI, litI
h -till hi. [ i -tfi. p -,''- le i't. H f_.
ha r5i.100I tr'-e in a nnr.ir:, that arn
.-,ning along finP M Knliphrouii
liaq .,?en the coLurrv deTiIip.1' n'in-
deilorfrullv. bit Is lool.kIng for Wllil bg-
ger things.

.inm Anier'nn is % .ilv'er Palm'.s
gencrl m'rrhiant. an. ii lrliiirin a
n-:-iL .1i:.., roon t. t 11 1 i'. -.'ire o n f
lIi -:?tn,:1: H 1h.4 ni.,:_' i- l. .n ,e'-o-
Tion 21I ii-n '-.i!q ,i.. ill htins d'?-
v-eolpled a t'n-arcrr- crvi'. Thp trees
irc. fr-,,nim ? ri :., .rs. oI.I. n-I l h .-. -_-
t i rr-Ii t. 1 ti -, ,'?.tr 4.* r,,i ;, i 'i'iil 1 r.v.-
,i .iari e fril, II ,- i"&l'i-t li '!- cr,.,.
at Fl.(0,) an a,'ro I..--I I l.ir'-h h'?
,-141 2,i ari-fs f h, I ,9 ni f.-r .. l ,111
t': r,. Car :.I to .I rlm I),". ii ri IT;- I
.iril-1 iirr m 'I 1. ; I.-. ; ,g I-," lt ,. i 1 1
grovil rminit Mr Aniler iii i' a:'-i p4l1t-
ling n o4 i l' t'. 1 1 : rr l .il :.l I i in a ill a
n,,w si' .-a,:' .cgrr.i TI. lpn.i is
nov el'i"r,.l and will be p.lantIt'd by
rp'.t ,. 1nI11 'i r.
8 tt *
I,. T. Norwonol ainie t. -Sili-,r Palm
;n ?I. -'h. Ii rio, irm Mari..n I '''iInt ,
1, l bi h- 7- h.iLd 1,,.- 1 _roie in l thie Ii
fr-. .q-, M r. N i ". ,r,1 i i ] n't ha'.v i
rnfaiih In I ll., i .i liltr,, ;t. ii r 1r an it.
'.%a,'., a 'ear .1.-fore h i- ilari,.-d anl,'
tror.:. Novr hI'. haI ,a r'tal cro3v-s
h'it ar.-.s, tndil :vamil,! of whntr
thi" io'kt r.; l noil[ do. Hi lispedlin.
r.-,v. iorlritln'. c-ibti. rP-er oI.l tr..t.q
tl,.4r are flit -,n fe-,t in hi-'ht land
roull .3s'i\, ,'arr,. twinfv- f l jo r1 ,,'p;
.,f frult H is Il ,uls ,ll ..i tr,., a,- JIliti
.3". (ool FI I has fi'ft-en s'prrq In
,rr',po "ind e.:In"it.- I.ls ,rrop hIs vear
3 i "2 .nl to ?i'liii) hiT .. T.a" : ye-1r
th.e srape fruilt from hlp grove 9.:.ii1
nr $4 1) to $, 2', a box at ihp rall-
roa1. FR P has one grno or H. at's
'nt-e oranes, which I- In foll bear-
;ing Mr Nornwo.-irl also Tong a fine
,aich of purar <-n? nndl arvrttp mill,
nnd a srall banana grove. ie has


(Chis. A. Gomnian, One of the Early
loric-tenders.


t-,t*d soil for vegetables as well as
Iruit ancd pr"roin.ons ilr. good.

J. W. Aldnrton is one of the new
mnn In Sil,..r Palm n, ighborhood.
tur is jui t as enthu lsljttl., as the
.iI 1.r rtajldtls He recently bought.
I ri aI3t ih E-ltions Bnii 12. an]
. 1. I had teri'.i1i- ar o,)rl. i:l., riug ur,
,I .t'l, "3. li ,'h voil I. ,-.? ',t r _ii at o n,.E
1ii 'P..0 Mr. \l ".r -iuu .-. tanriltor
,n .Mal-tita. iIL ). a'n.i -t! m to Ml-
Slir' (Wo yoeari 3p.. He I. J,-Illghted
.;th ih'.- c.unitt' and'.l i hmiate, and be-
li> ' bi .J co'.inl t i:. L no-w on tile eve
't it s g r_-itt,:--t *Jev-l.irpnlient.
t 4
C A. S,-uli :.rante from the wei I
o. t o v.or.: In tlie ntir:.-ry with
I i-'.e Alli on. li Las rnaj i iong ex-
,-ritn,-P % hib flit tree:. an.i sava.
lip null1 i L-'i.e line arei 1c r.-dl nIl,
r r li .,- ,'f i ', I]-i. l rni' of lani
.-., I H i, ,l i.h r vti,-? i i lio Iat II
-I-..*t!.,h' ,I.. :,.t tr',"01 t-'-: :. h1P a. -
'Il.- gr ,.- t 11i r >'oir biepui), to li.,e tllh.-
i "tt l'. f t l t r.r.- i. l ii.n 'i t r 3 I t
il,-, ) I',. r- ,- .r. e -lirc-: r .n't car.-
i,-r ,i i i[., rro- li..'h ra e ,r.iri .r. -iro.-_
, I. h i '' i ,I, 4 ln. .:th tf r If [ a 't-,

r h, w itl ,- l .,i in.-- l '.i -i' n ext
wn.r.-n arind n.i, I,- h.as1 lii-.1,i.O trees
,-,n ;*l" j 'ah s n-t [,i.'i,:I

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;hor, ni;tei' it r.r.' t ri anli l'.' fir-n hm
r 'j, tci 'l. i't- ri or old. Itrr,',ll ta I i e
l..-'l].-,i '4 I rg lr. o lii .l ^ n^ *:. l "o t with
',,,:. FdT.a~ -',,:+; t~ r.i il r, .'. l,.-,.-,k 'p n h im
t.,,r.,'i. "t'l v; l,,' Ihn, tl' -r r.rp t',nly r, ne
,'r III.Oo ti'.lie!'- In t|'i.' .-Oli[tr:" "[he
,I pil "l I vi-:'.i'ldt ? ,Id ll-o "? plert. ri r
*.g-'Pre '[l' .'ai"'o H it_ r.tiio. 1'il m aioc-^
ai,1 '*orldo-rB b! r ,-iordl : ie1: in,'
raitt& t" HI1, a,'re nn pine? land In
I9',d'!* }'T ha?. so'| I'"10 acrFS of hli
t1onomF~t,'i] a"tr, prf,'?- r.angh]p from
$il', to i '', buit now lin,'-Is It x lt11 ak~e


Apples 'r:es Growing OB B. Fitzpairicles Place Near Homestead.


$6O an acre to duplicate it. He is now .,. ".,
planting groves lor other p-,ple, and -' ,
hilp)ng in tnar way to d.velope the .' :.. .. ,'. '
coinLriv. He thiink:l ther,1 Is no b-r- -. "" "- r
ter fruit lan.j in th [Tnied States '. -'; "i
than the redl land. of Dade colnry. i- . .'. .. -

W. W. Doiial.erty, of Miami ,i *
havlnc a tw-uty-s,:re grove set olit at"'-"-"'" " '. ." "
StIlver Palu-i.

Arthur Wallacr- .a wealthy Pitts- /
burg nia' ti. i[,.,ru igiv lnipre -.s..d q : ,
I.% th. ils. -I IAII ,IIif Ihrir ,1)Fjlm -t,-id
,.ourtr., ri,.,L h. .6 having tIlrty a.?re. ,
bet to graper L'uit.

Lodi'o No..364 Woodmn of the
W orl, is rir. .T ,Ii 'r Palmn oraL n_ .,
*,tc- i,;. F.li.r,111p are the 0Itiorl jpi G rl. ,i
Y. K. ,nill ,l,n. C C ; W-' il l'os-- '.
mn. A. 4' J .li. n
Henr, q,,U-s-nman, P C;F .M~ h, {:
Escort; C2. A.(;c.ssmnan, Clerk.
C_4


J. S. Ca'l. -ilow etirtre.] ipon his
homicst:ad ab a ba. helur anilJ now has
a wv.'if? and three bor-y. a 'iell as a
tine el.,.-nn-ar.' grove 1-1.' has a
l'lea4an nhoti-n, and a front ar.j full
of flower. and trrui-al trtIes He es-
riruat-s tie .lid 01 .fhis rtipe trult
.-t I.f. O to I.S0o boxes. There are
twlhe Lbig tnijagrino nr.ePS on htis
lIlace that produce a v.:-rv flne variety
uf this rrulit. Everybody in that
kouth countrr 13 tn.ld,]ldig these- trees!
anid the conmrjnon aniae for tLhm iaI
the Ca'.-tpllow tiant'-rine Mr it5]sr,.I
io 's grove is n -'.,:r cilr vitit.. I -,',;
i-ets the p cra': grow l. Let. --n tli,. tr.-_ ,'
.,nd ju -sr t:.- l. tlben- il, -t.th n i, ar, i-
Aniount or i rtilizer. No one gi.to 0
better re-.uilt ri
4'1
E 0. Fpw,?lI. o f Midmi. ha; a I3)- a
.irrp tr:i., t (if r, l-l. nd i i.-.i i hllh .1 l- i
li ttF,'hr-i_ t- hoio ll in -:e. T .Il,., at'- -.r .i
Ir? in gro'. p irn about ". avr-,-i or i
;ev,?n-.,.r-uId ii'r-,.a It hc i:nown as .
i lir. i',--kin crote'. Th-i'J l is a fii.- P
onm hi'ioi; ;-i'l .d a parkin.- hi-i c on '
itf plr:, Th ,e ,|iu.p ha; 1.,-en n-w ly ,
i in dtd 'rind f ':, .1 iIp nhi>,pv for a a
Ir'.nlp hr-lI t fl illl t n ;Ihit- gi 'l.I ( li,,:.: s 1
... -.1II 1 I11lc z*-* ;[o n PI r. S?: .* )1 ,rc-r. pni- z-*
,I cl t .- A 0 l t i i t n 1 P -' l i,," ' ] L Pd b,
i'r'hl'ahly plIting tIher >iole- tract In 11
- I >4'V rv


a
W. P Millr. of Mijmi, has eighty
,- III tit." rnt i,,.-'lt ,i.rrr-r of se.?-
ni I. 1 n I- '

A I.. Chaniller. of Miami. lhas a fine
., ,ir'i gi row'- on a .Ipottirn of sei'1ionl
i'. n.'.l to ri-e roc-.: road. -le alQo


he
fi
1.4
SIi
rr.
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a


The Baptist C'hurch-A Neat, C oufonrable Edlftc.



Improvements Are Extensive


Being Made by the Original Homesteaders and by the
Newcomers-All Are Enthusiastic.


f-tlie-pea,-e for a large scope of ter- hundreds of thousanda of young
,tory, .nl is ge-rierally call-'d on trees now growing Ihere. These ara
D!.:l I-'- i.- l,: to, l .-lp r ol ro pighbors shipped to all part of the citrus bell
i,,l fri. nil'. i:, erv enlerpil i, T. hlch of Florida. The land is on eh mal&i
tiait ils 11- uinbuilljing of the Homrn- ro:lk road leading down tLbrough th1
a r,-,.rJ ( itrv ',.. C, his m roril aindil Redland Co.untry.
ij _i,. i.il .ii p'P-jrrt. [fc ise a native *
i)utihL Caroliniaa. worlk:o,] with the The Seminole Plain Is a big props
lant R:dlroad sy-iem nine years and option whl?.h Dr. W. S. Burkhardt
itl t.e E.,at Co3sr railnav thLree of CljKlnnati is developing. It EIS
ejar. lie lilrtiestt-aded in section 17 mile and a half northwest of Goulds.
n,. nf.er-i pro0ie UI, 'uld it oft' in He has been experimenting for sev4
it.,l t,il t; t to .t the :-ilvt.r P.Alm eral years and has decided ihat sug.
-tni-..nt arted Sii.. i hen he ha at- cane will be his staple crop. FI9
. .. i I,,_ n. anesma fin trR.-t. ronwing r nn


riight 4 1) a rers -,I tIh? Ki.nIganton
nome-.trad. has built a fine elght-
..iLj h)ome anrid Is plaitlng out a
-riacre grQve. P tolls ab-oiit his
ri-t tomato crop on a a-re of pine
aind Jrlnela g him. ,,ii. ;and there re-
irnm can'.? Just. a' the Time wlipn It
,rcant tay on the hoiop-tead or leavi
HIs ,',st c-op of tomatoes netted
im il..6fi from fo-ur acres. He sold
four-,cre grove a year ago for $4,-


The Silver PalmT School House-A .Conmiolious Building.


the place. With further developS.
mrent he will put In a syrup mill an4
this may grow Into a sugar milL Hd
belleveas there is a great future be.
fore tIbis country as a sugar prom
ducer. The doctor figures on bring.
ing to the Seminole Plain Plantatiol
niany nortbern men to whom he will
make a partnership propcsltlonq
This will help build up- the country
and Ooulds In particular,


LONGVIEW

i i

F. W. Bealey came from Dayton.
Ohio, and i* located In section 28. HP
has built a house and Is putting out
a i-acre grove. He is a former rail,
road man.

L. L. Mo-er i_ a young man ftomi
Jeti-ll county. Kansas and has 10-
cai.-d In I'.t a:re-s in section 15. Ha
ha.s already planted 2 acres In grove
and a111 tuiale further improvement.
He is & orklng for the Dade County
Telephone Co.

Albert Doyle was a rigltroad man
from Tope-ka, Kansas, before locating
on a 40-acre homestead two miled
i e-t ot -Hotiistead He Is a earpen*
Itr by irade and is a single man.
* C S
R. E. Cave's lives on a valuabllo
hcme-tead adjoining Detroit. He has
a -:mall grove aud is a successful


hia; a number of lemon and lIme 61`0. and nov. plans to put o forty i-r-pper.
ire _. .,.r.- l-:.ie- ilr ti.ll ,i a r-gul tr In- 1 *
I , t.lrm.itniDou lu- i ,aI _i Inaittatcrs pertaln- 0. W'. Calkins is from Topek%
In -. I Itr.n "26 .v. ral MI..hoti iiIt ti; tr Soilrh i 1., or. tt 5. K .n., anid came to Longvlew locality
i,,]iii'. .1 .i ,I ,l. h.,I' gro,'t. Iot t y ars apo and homesteaded 1i
fPr, ing Ellti Ll-r l.aa her. has a rllne- Ar'hiim Pilnid a as the frlt mIn (-'lton 27. He has two acres of grot*
a.-iol erre. R,-v. :Myers has twc-nty tco -laotually huilld a lilme in the Sll- planted and vill puit. more In gradu-
.-r.. ofl landl al l un. a'res in grove. Icr i'alm n. il,.4hr..rhood That wasI ally. He i.ias been an earnest worker
Rev. Edwar,.l F. Lay., editor of ri n raI, 1907.i. H still hag 110 for good. road. atl helped to build
iiiuri'h Alivucate, ha.' a tract., acte-, 01ii hirn- .Fitc-d on r, lch .ie Ithem. There is now a fine scarlfti
h. a ,it' ...i.-4,i.re- .,. ,ring grove ,.1 road In front of his place. He tblnklp
F. T. Car-.. whbo bQutcht forty is a b,'" b rv bhrih ind a ,'arppnter by [ the country has a fine tture. Mv.
,rea of the Cu iCrt'Oh hul -t.ntlad I ra.li lie rani- l "'Ji',-,. f'r,,n, VI-.i ,'.tinn i. a nmusician and will or..
I o ,.li,'n 17 |la t,- p t it rill Into ,or,.L ,null, r If.'r,I lt, h 'inrr from calizo a h.indd at Homestead. H4l
iruit tre- 3 at t- llt. ;i.Of 1: A a .irn1 3r I., vill tI .iili I -fh" i-1,1nh 'v.iIl al- i.' u In a niusi, store and sell
,'ear. Il- ha~s aire-a, .1 i-ti,,ut I'm. ,[ tar y t'. ll,,, i fThis was bis old bustnewLd
year. ll-. ari al rfliii I 6, tv[ ,ut ri4-t i t ari-i I J
er..,&n1.1 l ,,t',.-0A C Brokaw. orf Miami. last year'
ho use- tbls fal I Ht- ( -arne -outa o u W Iill ia' 4-i l l -a ,,- I i n r ,,rihr 4.jd Ihe h nnie stead w est of De ,
acco u n t i l tith ,- -o hl Iiite r oa e l -Ik- i i r e. ,11 1 U 1 l ht-- ,.' a il .-1 14 ,? i, l L l~d I ro it ou w hi hb th e L o n g vie w aeh oa lt
lean, his f ,riner home. an,l enjoyed is ruttill, it all in rtruit le ie 1 ,ild- ',htid is buil. 1--l. also has fort y
on d itions her( so n tir-C h he r. ..:ilvel in I -, .I t. .i i,-,.. .A ,Ir-Isr. i l -. ,-i ; ,i jlning H om estea d and 4 00
Io ita'y ',,ie or i. I-.,,, .iii .I,, l- i .'r iS a,-i;-. it, a tiat between Goulds an.
,- rei r..n rlm Iri ; .- n.,s P _, in B ., k P,,Int. Ho has since sold both
I-I. A. Proitr b,.nmos.ti.aled on -c- thI,-.. Ir- ., il: hlr nih.is.,iiLu. ,l ,Ie or se traitat a handsome ad-
tion 16 in 1 n," arnJ ra ni_,-5t o.t his n-'1,. and 1ani as L,,',ntitr.d IOnsdpl'- I an- Ir Brokaw ls ltved in
time to truck IarMii.g oln tilte .iairI. .,bl: pl opi--.il d iiri g ili:,t time.n I r lI f,.rria. In Brow isviJle, Texa.
Only In recent years ha, he tunol I country
his atrnteion ro fiullt tre,.5 and row .J C R-i. ha t-nty -rr of but picked out Dad county.
ht,~~~~~~ ~~~ C a.ftt-ra w,,k haI- ~l lul, Ir atv-nt atu i.:tlo-,,but lhis Picked out Dad-i oonnty,
liws a four-rFrre cri.-. f1- 'IiHr I iii- rn t.. l I- i.;. Florid.t. a.-3 a better place to enj4y
an P:.t,-11'ire n of i].. 4 "ini i i 1-1,, 11- i.1 I, I' r,. .. ,' i.i,,l, r ) n lt 'i lIt.. Hr. dI:-cl -:op ,e1 lint, e of his hom e .
a ui,.-IV I m- _. ,-.v"f i,,--. i(.,mr in- I-i -,,, I. tr-, r lie ail. "I t rink 1 rd l ,rop rT. an,, 1 made two 'or
rt full hc-rinir in ti.re-, :, "ir' a ..l ,:,i.- rI-,, I,," t .'r,..- .,,i.nt- in Fpl.r- I ,I, P Mlr Brol.aw has lived la
do.-.n'i b. lio an c.t ,r r r .,.,rilon of ].1. 1!,I i l,-. l...,,j ti i. itr,. h, L rhomuas nr. tIHe always take
tile lstile i..n inaie sJ h :" IlI,', ing. h,,t -in its ni,,vrent 'ourhi vrIId a iot r.f people aith him so that thy
All you rie -d t ,- do is to f,-rm llr v.i- C 1. l r RP ir. .,V-.- -.1iir ,-e till tornat,- i. too na n..oilv the Outh t g in the da I.
il, vii -'I L '.'i.I ill'll , ii Li i'n.,r -'leal iit i- a I
i 01t JYJ a "I trh,-t ot big gro\,_e-.
1,'I .\ V arI l ,-r hi s lust i- .nm -f i ;- i)f I_,:f' g l .ls
liet-d one. of t iHt- lhl.- hurr,.,- R .. l.Mo,.er is one of the orIgIn
in this sp.Ition. Thr.re Is a ftive-a.r,- 3r T 0 Knigtr ha? a homestead In ottlers In the Longvlew district aln*
grot- on l-,al i- pla.- .Ihp rantse i-i-,. -n I I| ,, i.nc ,f 1t most successful develop
from Pnraal.a .a,,d Iegards this "t-, a j -li H| home Is a prtity place, surw
great iriit P,ii ntry. On .,f th,, -wi st ininirnrltnt nproj- roiLiieId I'. a doling grove and mane,
,t. in hI.- SIlI.'-rr Paln, ri. rhrl., .I roal..l pilraln and flowers. Mrn.
XW 11 FlI,-tch-r .Jin. -onn' G ., .lml i ; hIrt i-t (.;ri'.; I -i t- rol hi,--. i ','z ; ioC.-r tal.i- i- reart pride in the plaSi
.T. T Fh-.-lir. hi' twpian- arreOi ,' I r-ar on,-i.,' if ith. Ilr, It iiiirs-i\ c'n-' arind it 1 I tn li-r intelligent care th
IJn i in the 1.a-rt of Si.-il -,r Palm. ,. tins IiI tlpI : ,'If1 Th'e;. pilr.'ha ,l i -,ia m ,l h has b n ar-compllshed I
Thi.-re arm- ten acre- in griovo and ten Ih' l"h !e ,n-tf .,''ton 1 !nd ha;, lahl .,. r,f bealtifying the fPOaml
morp will h.-. put lu rl, ;,ht way T, .o it .itin r c,-- IiE- Thi--v ,r-.r-, tva- I' TIP attrar-ti'e stone fence
oth, r brr-thei-rF alo hau- land i.. pL a "-I Ii', tracit r.n a cro-ori- i. ,rej o, on he plan which Mr
Fl.-rlt .I r Ii'..s on til- hrur ,t.--.t,-ai uon. ', -t r-t I,!'in "'' ,n:, t n.i v \,'iIl .I o r ad,-,rled. t
is il.'ve!-,. inng a fl.' ,'-rw rr TI, 1,1 i l t l.ti -' 'a 'ro ,f th.- gr vr-s r . ..
fim\ have ,.-me .ntIi,,..1i,. i.1- a rIo.l of e h.'t ym-.r an] the-n tItrn 'hre are four packing house -.
fil!er~a of the Fi,] land 4',_,intlrV. "I'n,--ri hni 41,--r to thi.- ouners. _a r,'.4[ 'nt-raiir w r ndP.ei
ier. r,, .,p .JInrind r rts. h-Van Ii!in thenw lomstd rowers and Packe.
brlive it is alead of alv rrhhr p garr I .igl,' n with i-a-h lurli'ip of a -- anso,-atlon. W. D. Hornmes, Manage
of Fliorid for i.ltrus fui ero, Iri. Igr. tr, hi fFlly i vcrv AIpltr.a-s Packing house; Hrdl
Tbr:Ilal- atryo~etr-4a~i rapefr ait r I a l rsat. This le; really a avcrv4\iAt 1I arighos;Had
Tbr_.' ha,- rtw to-yPnr.-lidl -p fruii I tlibtauitladl proi,|.ition a3nd Is backri McFarlane & Hunt Packing ho
tror. v.,irhI a half b)': o iult nn it Ib a romarpnv v ith hign flnnanc'isAl and Chase has a small place but i
anrl will ,av l, 1.x0 l,-,x-.a of frit this ratring Thosev who can Investigate a lot and expects to build lar I
year fr tr their[ two-year-ol.M tgrlOI. rprionall',, and see (Ath thrifty groves 1Ouse. .
4 C '* al around this Ian-1 will be s'onvinc-
C "W Till Is prol.bly tile meit ed of lts ,nftire feailblllty for grove Woodman Lodge No.-S'. "h Is
active mnn ari'tin.:] Stver Palm. He pTrupo)-s The q irltllng Brothers ered by J. U. Free, 0. C.; W. '
sells real estate, helps in the storo Company have also estabUhbed a Caves, A. L,; J., MC mB. .-i. g
at Goulds part of the time, tie jatice- nursery upon this ees'io-an ad hv44 W Gmib .


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Nature's


Gate-way to


Wealth


Make your Real Estate


Investments where you can


combine COMFORT, HOME LIFE and BUSINESS


Located directly east of Miami on the strip of land between beautiful Biscayne Bay
and the great Atlantic Ocean. Commercial possibilities UNLIMITED at of


Proposed


We sell things that
improve the health
and increase the
wealth of human
happiness


Pure Air
Surf Bathing


Fishing
Boating
Cool, Refreshing
Ocean Breezes
The business men
of Miami are buying
at OCEAN BEACH
*DDa
Tourists, who come
to Miami for the
winter, are buying
at OCEAN BEACH


The ideal all-year-
round residence sec-


tion-


cean


Beach


Good enough
EVERYBODY
not too good
ANYBODY.


for
and
for


D- D


Redolent with salt
air and shimmering
with sunshine.


SDE


Surf bathing the
finest in the world
and can be enjoyed
the YEAR ROUND


DEVELOPMENTS at OCEAN BEACH


One of the finest and most modern bathing
construction, and contracts have been let for
many others being planned. A great numbc
Prices will be advanced materially in the ve
plats ond further particulars .'I *a


casinos in the country is now under
a number of palatial residences, with
ir of these lots have already been sold.
ry near future. Write or inquire for
0 a 0 0 a
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BENDLE
Hotel Halcyon Building


& ANTERSON
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS 211 Twelfth Street


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TH-E MlAMI KrarTKOOPOLI. BA A ZIUFIaUY, NL'l.JVT.BWER 2, 191Z.


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Health and


Deep


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, 8axIJRDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


REDLAND EDITION, SECTION ,.1 '4.


Snap For Somebody!





ABOUT TEN YEARS AGO there were well-founded rumors of the extension of the Florida East Coast Railroad to Key

West via Cape Sable, and one of the best engineers and most competent judges of land values in the state of Florida made

a thorough canvass of several weeks duration, of all the territory between Homestead and Cape Sable, his purpose being to

locate what he would consider to be the very best tract of land in that entire territory, then not touched or picked over by

investors. The tract he selected was secured at once and today this choice, selected property, which has been held intact

since that time, is offered at a price far below that which inferior lands all about it are actually selling for. It consists of 640

acres of prairie underlaid with marl and muck, is high and available for cultivation most if not all of the year; is on the "horse-

back ridge" connecting and cornering in Paradise Island---or Royal Glade Hammock---and Long Key. It is situated nine and
one-half miles south-west from Homestead, three and one-half miles west of the much advertised Tatum Company tract, and

four miles from Camp Jackson, the present terminus of the county rock road. This land would have been marketed long ago,

but for its inaccessibility, but now it is fast coming into close touch with the famous Redland District close by.


Here are the Prices and Terms-Who will First Pick it Up?


160 Acres at $30.00 Per Acre


320 Acres at $25.00 Per Acre


640 Acres at $20.00 Per Acre


The above prices are on a contract for one-fourth cash and the balance on time at 6 per ct., or a discount of 10 per ct. for cash


NO BETTER INVESTMENT IN DADE COUNTY!






Address I N IFA GU I WeWest FGYtPalm Beach,
Address fUy 1w ho areTA 1lpi FLORItA


In the Hainlin District

A Sawmill Is Located Near the Center-Many Young
Groves Have Been Set Out.


In the aonthwest corner of the
Redland country generally referred
to as the Hatinlln district because the
sawmill of Halnlia & Son Is near the
center of it. It became natural to
associate the sawmill and the district
together.
The Everglades aurronnd the Haln-
lln district on two sides and the
homesteads isonltimes extend a short
distance Into the glades. The soil
Is the same rich red as In other parts
of the homestead country, but with
a little mor,3 admixture of sand.
Some growers pr-fer It this way, as
fit seems to make the best kind of
both trucking adl frult land.
The school house Is on the eastern
Tine of the district and Is uivially
referred to as tre Golliittech-ck
School, being opposite the home of a
man by chbar. natn, T,,is ii.'rri.'t i
comparatively new, some of I.he
homesea.las not having been proved
up yet. A numhrr of groves? have
been started and-I look ftine A num-
ber of residents are eii:'oes!ilI rrop-
pera on both pine land and glade.

C. W. Watson of Miami, has pur-
ohased thirty acres of the Wingate
homestead In sert!ivu 1. He has a
young grove starltd.
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Edward Nelson. of Miami. has sev-
eral pieces of land In this district.
*J. A. Soper h homesteaded In
J. 'A. Soper who homesteaded In


house and made some other Improve-
mer.Ts. He will truck on his Pine
land raising potatoes, okra. toma-
toes and other veettablei. All kin.is
of truck does well in tils locality.

Mary Hainlin has 1IO0 acres in her
homestead In section 12, but as yet
has planted no grove.

T R. Kuntz, who homniestmaded In
section 2, has proved up and Is now
on a -tlslt to Germany.

A. F. Crav.'ford is living on his
homestead in se-lion 2 and making
-one improvements.
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J. L. Fletcher on s t-tion 2 has
s.Lt out a 5-at-re gro\'o anl is making
other improc me-uts on his homes-
tead.

R. A. S. Pea-r,-it. of Cocoanut.
(Irove has a':'iilred ilp loe T the south-
(-ast. .iarte-r of sctir loti 2-..-'., under
the stone arid tliaber aot. He will
set out a grove

J. R. Cape. who hom-esteaded in
section 1, now iifes in Princeton.
There Ie a small grove on the place.
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J. B. Leonard tis l .si-acre home-
ste-ad In section 11. He has about
four acres in grove.
W l


section 13. has a horne on It and a Jomn WIngate liomesteaded In see-
smsll grove of nvie acre%. Dan Rob- 1lon I-5i-3S .etn .years tgo, wh-rec
erts has a nilrs.-ry ou fort. acres of ho ha1 lived until rr.rintly, lie now
the Sophi-r pla,-e, has a uew ,'orlaie nearer to Slivr.r
Palm w-here he and bhi wife will en-
W. B. IHaIrilin rid song. Neal E. Juy their dF-llnlng years. te ,-ame
and 0 A. Hamlln, iaee iho saa'm.ll from V'irglnla to Florida thirty years
on section 11l-?S-'g The brothers ago and Mrs. Wilngate Is a North
have been running the mill for three Carolntian. In the early davs of the
y-ears and cut limber entirely for lo- Homi-tendi coilrtry. Mr VWingate wns
cal trade. They '-an'tI -ep up Ith a mir b ,y hlIit.r.
their orders The-y p1iun an enlarge- ,
Trent of the nil il n i th,? additi-on ,f .. H L n.i' -,. l ld In F -r-
labor saving n,,,-,,,,'.. ry They ta1..i r ,' lel h- lle
more trilo hoivs..-r. in thl-i groves. 1 1 1
and alre-arl-' have tiwenty-ther .re In I arlng gr.-v i-e It also
set 'jilt Se.%-ut,=e-n na,-re t! t i Intr'r.-d, in a tlirertlne donmr. In
set. o-its titu.pn' a..rp5 nj tic 1 ., i ,.,s^ -
thref- ears .l, ani Ill ha. a thot-- il orilhir part or the tae.
and h'-,.-a r in iii: tli l t L. 'l'h r." *
aro about flIv I-,ii-e of e-.irlv fr iti 1 (Capt E1 A i rrld;ii. alter f"-,IrI.w.
now ready to shir, T.-li morn acres crL:i 0 .4 ,e-a fir ilriiuv ',-a r'.. hiontl-
are being set nit. ',ni the % ,or i iof t'ai ,d otn s,-'tien 12-:i.s-5i ioo
exp stlo-t!.i I- l i on nn, .1 A fin" | -,lo tAi- i th- i, -nt. I l'n th:ii t a n.ntri
nre hnron. i .I-iln ,-l i lr'l-',d, It v illl ,' cr' .Itrn ar .ir]it i fl -.tei pr,,-p,-rty
e,-ntati it c i' iT r i,-,r' ini.] a .luh. an .i 1 , r h :rm'; .-.n ,. alasrr i H ad ,.--n
I L . . I..'...'.. nr I r A i ir. .t I' E t C i a.-i (, l -iz,, sler ,..rrip


V '111 rh a %.'. Jr .l, li l PZi t .I I, I{ all [1 i L i 0. .. r .. ... n I. ... 1 1 . ...
h a I: :V, il l I,, t l n l'1'"'1 v\'. ,' h !< 's n fl'r .-n .. "i ; i ,] rt .-, r ih e ti ,I I.
aniL w, ilt'. 'h rg of Mr Ingrahfiv,' vntih MrN
,9 t 1r~l -[ni ln n a yl'lirn n hit'.,--en a-re
0 _\ H !,lh ri I, i- "a I',l-,o ll -/ 1id i r'' ,- 4e of lI..t a '-_- ,l1i -b '. .i; t''' i no... in hli. lInd to J _. arid i A '-.[ i'ul-
gr,-'..- an io lour niinr,' I" riri Oet out. loiuih who are putting In t rin.ty a.r.-
S- i i'if cigve Capt Grab.iam Is a dP-puty
p C. Hairi lin hI.- an <-ri, r.? li nitm- l ri'f Hi wa-: also gan'- ward-'
aead in sectlun 12 wilh eight atres et'eral terms. Just to keeb busy he
piiparad J SIM grove. He has built a I'runi a Us ca5n,


ti
ii ii
i.I.A e-r~ -
liT ii --


J. 0. Murr:' ha3 a hiinmi-.t,..,Lid m --- i
" tslon 1:-Gr;-... id hiS ni>,i..u L i mT(VNT
tart with 7 1-2 a rea of gr)o;'., i.o.-1- AJiIA 1Ui
i: of grape fruit: and tanrioi l1no. lIe
is a .)oin t mrin. arid has a bri:lt !-
tur,,rs b,fore him with V', acres -It ksRedland
n land, t Ve-or sell. He MetropolisThanksRedland
amie fr,,m T'riia t,) t 'hloridla f r hii i People for Co-operation
'health a3rd ha; f.iiil botlhi vieor of
b'id ani .I start tu' drd Fealth. ie -:- ------- ------ ----
'.1.'-6 so' e croli.|Rri. hns a piiEral riir- Thi- edition of the Metrop,'lli h-'s
.,r, and g ,'-r alihl k.,-'- .s buv noak- 0 s- s tbi."l. to fIsp I 3'laily rrrP the
ira, tlingi n. ,,. Mu ot b1 his fruit R dR.tin lo-i c-'itiCn of Da.l.- D -ounlt In
tir-- are in bearing. i t1 pr'[-Laraltin the paier has had
I_________ ___ c .r'Jital Lpl.ort aUd j co-ciperat.i'ri
Of the ileoplo- wio are lli'.nItI in that
THE N 'S.l't I IlE),E!l. i :',,,r. ,1 i,-giorn Nearly all have ron-
hI ti ija i, r l '.,tl !- ll I- hi nl,-'. trililited? som uItem or Into rm atlon
11 h -,. thl i iF. J-,.l-r I ie ulan ,-.'ni.- ha o 'arl fi n pr'i-clal arti.les.
a h) i"carA rlh. buih.of i ann h.,t ,of inil man, harvt givun financial aaist-
thie .liy Is thitei hrrgro, but hi, is nt nn..,',
ilih ai.hirn ,Ianr '.'. hnse crhar'ter- wi, r1 MfrTropolIs appreciates the
Etici are so ,- Ihl r,.r .. TlI'h iti gro I A.irlti .f the hon..'-sta lers and other
11-i u rir f D L'..le trinly y cont -ii fr.,j *r \t nli, (.t land In south Daide colir,-
lie [lihul.. .Ii, l. '"hl is L.m il,_ I t. It th!- I'.ln.rid of co iminunilty in-
1P, (alli. a "'N. ii H'F_ l-[I Is, pad, ter t tilil' ni'ikr- any Countrv greai ,
I'rorn ll '1 to .t.1u for a day of ani snI ill hritng large returnB in in-
tr-n hours. lipe l the typlcial negro of ,cr:a ".-J ripllat on anrd ii'l.tantial
the tru i'r, il vel.-,'pri.-rit.
Iliose '-, i. haI. - tr.a\-l.l thrroich T ,I' Ilv., ll0rs in Redlinds l.flih re
the IslarId.i of lit. Carril:r.n..iu s h 't lhave a flin country nld are
r.-ilemht.er hini wtl l .,.n and worn- ready to I,, It i agftiri-n t Ihe worl.J
on roth worl.i: In the. rlidd. picking I- a crilri friill aid winter vgrta-
vpeg.:tibl,:s. -niiniI Ihpe i..kln EPA- -i,- I ,'tLI, In. Tbr-" a lmo t mnvaria-
--,n rliy.v can be s.,.n r-v-iy nornine Ilv ijrr' t the M N .ropoils rep0reenta-
rravii'nl f the ,ond o.t -f Mian-I tI '- to t. II the exa.t trilth. saying
l-,ol.Inrc for onrl.:. Th, ;- ..-on, x- rhl, t "'t hr trilh is goe-t enough witb-
pe-rt pl, .:rs a .i r-rihr pood ag, O11t an,, exase r3a ion.'"
Th. utn lind CilpIIO'. i,, nl in htih The 'let rol,.llsi laF tried to follow
t.n n and fountr% at iall kin-is of jor'- th'-., irisruetirins an.l thorn has ben
.rcuiu Irltg manrittl aIhor. no :1tep1t In this edit on to "boom"
Sl lio Poriny. It doesn't need boom-
Like all classes of workers they tr. *l
ha' th "ir rittlt?, Land, It is a fatorit., "lh r fi o h'is Involved mutch ex-
tlStiI i. t(,)"- Fp'- rl to !Ia all s,,rt. i ~, lit: it has n a rleasure 'o
,of dciir... ilti at th.-tir du.oir. Yot., , i a ter a e o
0'tic all It 'tok i i be a dis-i3It-'r to i'rel,ire thei ata and to -erve a pe o.-
Itr.-r t' 1 i t ru .1i i bh e a ,l.ny I.r t,%Is 1v- Ilt ,ho ar ,so r,, sr .s ,rF'ive In thpir
t .,:, .ntr,, i Ih.:.' ld eave ,p[ r i ,-,n 1" i' h ,-iffort the paper
Ihi-y .1.-, itcir wvork fairly V ell and ta and,, ni ,' t d erl ibe the country.
In rI,-. Malln aiL l ior-'.' 4t] T li. r roj-..;.'li rtpre-ientatlvp per-
Th1 y firn .:, '. -at.id in moiturinl- o-inail! -a'. jlq q;a rn iny of the re-i-
il v 17 lh,- *ir:.' t.. T piere is no F 'iih : -.ntr -if tih ii iri-t r as postibl. in
thing it ,Foilih rn Florida as a race r1i. shirt ril nmei allotted him, hilt. lio
riuJ.--,lon T'he- ''hlies. and the blacks oIl i not met all of them. Vhere
e-ail ro fhQrr vavys and do nnt dis- I ]i.r.'nsl !ntervli-vs c would not be ob-
ilt', P it t it bh.r Ii a .-rtaIn senst talneil. thi- Infilorin ttilon. was ca"her-
thmrr Is a ni.Itlal respect. founded ed from otlier sources. If mention
,ipon a mui'ual end. ____ ___
Tht'ro ID no trouble about a sup-
ply (i lnhrr-rq V'ben the demand ., -,
is 1: at, thpy cone In larinre nnim- ".t '
h, r: frorai hih, inalaie as 'lh-n work ;
i.- ._ l ;. in tn i o- li rnil r lim o. they ,- .' '
r .. .. -. .n.- tr,. ,e ,f ,r...n a o a '. 'A ' i .' .


i, rn--it hili>'.r ar. few illr-rs on fa't
ih-" -. I iI r,',t hb toiIpr[,IP.1.
'I lio N.i-t-InIts :111 r, ill read and
,tl it-? Illt ri't Ili 1 t -,o-ry clearly
nr.-,r ,orilInrlr6 ari' rhhiz. Tfe',' can
ork ;nn r-thft ro ,n f ro silstfty the
,,p:,lq t1 in theirr n-ei-.--ries.

In tlio ur ka Dit.Irct. J E. Jun-
kin ]-,.i: a, 'inlr,"'I I'v pniil,~'h ." 2"'2.i
h-.-r.-.- fromni I r",-' orll iai pir- hesi- rs.
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"rl,,; l l]] tr Lr-'n ri' I,- o ti 1.i!,-d t' id-
r. i I I i (. 1., I1I' ', i '-lU I*iO'M 3 of1
lh--'.-%, Mr Junikiii h ;, I---i. n work on
. ti ,i-acr- grot -forh liaself T ho
Stlen-a-..r grov f n 'ni ilms.elf. TheT
orbhr-n 'will Li-. i-old This dilr .ict Is
working for a now road along the line
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uf any who are i-slping to make thp 1,'
Redlands a veritable garden has be-n A 1R
rinmu'ld, don't ascribe ajjY un%%orth:,' ll
motive to the paper. In the language. D.'o t R ed
of the western cowboy. "We l te,
done our durndest; angels could do I
no inore' Personal Mention of Improv
Th;- people were uniformly coir- round the Red
te.ous in thCir reception of the man i.. th
in chargee of the t work and went outL -... ..
if their vwriy o assist him. The Me- J. Hi. BratleY came here from
rnpiills apprer-lates the kindly feel- Wichita. Kantas, and previous to
lIg so many have shown, and trusts liat time was In the tIndian -rrvce.
life- edltion will, in a measiire, meet i1' lof.-okoi over tle. Homesti.-a-l coun-
tl,nir approval. try in 1'," :6 and rtouK a il6 i. He
______--------prov-Ld 11- in i igiten m, ibnlhs an.1
3L.NGO AND AVA.ADO CvULTIVA- A'ttiri,.d llt- pri-,tt.. A sllsthnilal
'TION houtoe was bIjlti oii the homestead
Mr. Joseph I.. HIrkson. one of and six a,,'s -o grape frit tpanted.
M r. 8BYa t Iey Laoed to Miamia
the particularly successful growers hr a gtl, m obta mi L ter
or mapro ani aroLado trees, has ab ort timr g. i orbi rlt-tren,
gi i-.n te m owtogillretS Ins or;.ihool pi inii-g'is for his children.
g %'tn th fn[Io ll ing .Urei,.lots for x, r her r, -, th, i carrier on Ho.lte
t he c ikkation st ,1 fr- rl i Iliza n Cr
the tiltit t-l..iit ad tfreial 3.o No 2. M r. Itratl,-y'a family of six
these iruits- whnih are ditlntly hav el,.,yed li. .t health In this
iropl,.afl H "First pret'ar" y .iir bole by care- hco t [,r>. -ti are. Hi n a, ith dus over
I ibe, '.I He 's ai I tnJu'e.1 TO
full' purling to one sid.- the top omp hero ,.- reading a golt'-'r:iment
oil;: remove ihT whilri sand below airport on 'tI'. SLmuiir'l Indians.
anl Ii'row' it a ma>.; dil yourt hole r-oto oth S- thlue I~lo
and -tro. it a a ; fill yi"r h l A h iL also -Id lite climate and
t-ntirely with top lsol; it has the '
blim ti's. Now orpea ip your Tiola ,
again and thoroiglilv mix 2 to 3 T. K. I'oFt Iaq a homestead one
ouIJnda of 'lirdwor',l a-h wtlth ihe an.1 a Ih- Ir oil. E v.it-t 01O TweF.,Jlel's
soil at. th,? 1.,ott-.ru n iu u l inl yolr ,:c, i .n r rind ha. C,<.--r n On It a little
tree, water and rihilch It. ,f course. I,,o. than a oar. Tino acreE have
and .l:,ide it ii t -ry hort The pilaat hr c- il.-narr.d antd 'till lie planted
no',' nr.-ils no ij'iT hs-r fit [11i; *:- for ,oon Mn I'oo- is a grandson of
at l a. t tV tiwonth-, wlein it biouIld ,VrB. K.cs-I. oue of the early set-
have 1 1-2 pot nd t of irod high- Tiers.
graic' f-itil.- r bli h in ficitaph. 'o S *
not pit. arny orgar.ni fertilizer or A M.-.thodist chur-hb will be organ-
maniire arouiind 3otr mangoes. It i7e, and a btl-ling ere'ted before
ca seF-s a soft grovth, whi>h '-i ]' I,,i .
bcon'-pi a ti, -',' t,. In ei ts arId fri- *
gu.i The youiig treos should hbe- fer- I.M. (orimain cam.e from Kan"as,
tilized ihrope tLUiLi's a year; always two 3-ar.- aigo. lionnesteroded in sec-
1us- a fi-tIlliz'-r high ripotash, and tion ,7-.'i--2S and commuted a short
Incr-ase tlhe quantity as the tre-es time aEo. He has put our an acre
grow. klrc-ep the ground cool with a ,f tr,-s an.l has two more acres
mul,'b. e-le-.ir-d. lIo thinks this is a fine
"The avocado should be treats1 ,:uuntry.
the same as thle marno with the i \- *
,'Iption of the fcrrillzer. The avo- T. E. Owf-n came to tho Redlland
radoC is a very egro-. feeder and does country two yi-als ago, bo,,llht 15'
b-iter on oranil' fertilizers than aere; and has foir a>rts anlrtadv in
alaything else." trees. Hie [Is clearing up the balance


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'ements and Developments

land Postoffice.
as fast as poaslble. He has at nice
home to which an addition wllr moon
be built.
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W D. Mahan of Oklahoma, bought
ten acres near the Tweedell corner
&nd is having It cleared for a grove.
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land, of Danla, I preparing to plaat
60 acres of grove on the Fitch place.
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0. 0. Carter in section 21 has a
small log houme and four acres of
grove.
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The Nelson grove In section 24
has been sold recently for $10,000.
T
L. C. Swirling has a homestead in
section 15 overlooking the Ever-
glades.
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Martin Joy, an old man, hasn a
homnestead In seetlon 22. He has a
ton acre grove and a small house.
He Is a veteran of the civil war, har-
Ing belonged to a Michigan regiment.
fie was a fifer and still takes great
pleasure in playing the same fife he
carried through the war.
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T. H Kanan, of Cocoanut Grove
sold forty acres of his homestead to
James Rhodes of Guthrie, Okla.,
who will build a fine house on It and
improve it.
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S. L. Carter sold his homestead Ia
sertion 22 to Mr. Rosengreen of Co-
o'anut Grnove. There are three aores
in grove.
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A. M. Griffing has sold his home-
stead to T. A. Sims, an attorney of.
Indianapolis. There Is a small greo'-
on It.
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T. S. Layton gave up carpentering
in Miami to take up a homestead In
the Redland country, West of Twee-
dell's corner. He ha" been on his
plaice a year, has a house, barn, 2 1-2
acre. in grove and IL clearing up
land to plant omre trees.
Thos. Evans has sold part of his
homeste-ad In section 23 and move
to Homestead.0
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G. C. V'oorhis in section 23 madis
a five-acre grove and sold It. He alt
so sold several other tracts out of-
hlis homestead. He still has a amai1,k
prove.
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Fl. R. Burton. T. H. Burton and 'if
H. Rurton,-father and sons----
have homesteads in sections 4I ta
15. The father has a flie a
room house and the brotlgare
lave houses. Tha_ Wan e ..:
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THE CITY OF OPPORTI


Do you want to keep in the van of progress--to make more than a livelihood--to live i
Miami--to partake of the spirit of the great South--this enthusiastic, determined, n<
want to work with men for the upbuilding of a great commonwealth? Now i

When we started advertising Miami real estate a few years ago, few people realized the
Miami real estate investment. It has been an educational process, and our customers are o
ing us, had full confidence in our judgment and reliability. Others simply took us at our word. Ten million doll
years in Miami and Dade County. Today thousands of people in Miami --everywhere --have thoroughly investigate
appreciate that it has no parallel in the world as a sterling money-making opportunity--the safest, most profitable


Write Today -for Literature on Miami--Ask Any Questions; They Will be


Miami . Hatchett Building, 12th Streel
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City Property for Sale
ll i i N -N -'t' i. h tt, "i .-I io -.m and bath,
$3,300" iinodn-i], ou '-Southi-lne
thU;UUU n O U +o1 ie
'$35 0 v. Mu le 7-rogru and. b ith in Rilersitlp
$35ff NiA c's S-ioiu houie on 4th '.trtet.
$4- 0n2 New stoae 7-rooni, tunldirn, in River.
4;20U 'ide
$25 000 (n l ,-? of the nitic. -,iv..; in ,ify witl
'p"i'JUUU ;i ,- v -itii M.tr', i' ,lt.1tini rt.'r ., hil
Lo d 'n-ru and n-v,. ly overlhaii1,:l arid tIih,,.Io. -ly
t'.uruiilie, l in A c-. C t tiir Royal P.ilin IL,.-l
!40n 0l0 Ele-..ant hon 12th Sitrr-t nill thir
U;UuU B-ny. l.uiilt fit' o tn ,'n ,:tit;iji'.I 1-ii
room3 s all. i oiiirii un prl1JUieaiuiith, |lisLt. ui-.I\
inrnishad.
Omly a f,-w o'f qur offt in- : Ia'.ts ,e tlmrn in ll
sof ,tionS of thi- :Ity ri'-1 iJig it4 prl-e Itu ,
$2.'"0i" l up.
$5, 250. Modern S-roori hose en Ave. B.
($8000 Modern 10-roeni house on tlh Street.
$15 500 M0odern11-room with 2 baths and ga
$15;000 rlg, wilh servantt" rooms aliao.%
cnrner Ave. C and 1lth Stitreet.


Dade County Farmers
Are Independent!
You Can Be The Same
THE FIRST COST IS SMALL; A FEW THOU-
SAND DOLLARS WILL START YOU.
Think of egg plants, peppers, beans, etc., raised in
mid-winter, aid selling as high as
$8.00 per crate.
A bearing grapefruit grove will pay $2000 an aore.
Pineapples pay as much as $700 per acre.
BUY TEN ACRES IN DADE COUNTY
AND BE INDEPENDENT
If you cannot come now, we will select the laud
for yon and you can pay for it in
annual intallients.
When writing state whether you wish to engage
in Trucking or Frmuit Raising.
Our advice is Free, and our knowledge is gained
from years of conz.tont search. Our business
is to locate people, and havitliem so well
plea..ed that tliey cooperate with us
in bringing new settlers here.


Groves
$20 500"- '' es at Little Rivr-r with 4-ar.ipsr
$2 500 1ru it.: ijii.' e 4-i'-jn- t o11u- \ t%4h 1.
|Iin,-s pl,,ntid.
C 50 10 areas near city. 5 ar.-i bearii
$UU tre-'s arldj.iining thte Ijawrr.nee Esta
\vtiih is bein- snll as rity lorti.
$5 50n 0 ''5 ''e rer"Iullni'ming the ahn'.%, all wit
$5500 9-.MAir-Uld ,;ri trees, aioiv grape
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fl0 C 167 1-2 aeres Red Lands n,'.r Silv
$6i,5 U Pnl.i. 3 at-rs in fiuit, 4 ..vrs leari
-Ill(] .3.rnrii. hoUse.
i n~n .l 5 a.-rps alft''ing fruit; ri,:,:? six-roo
$u0uuu house, g.rage. -sltale, stone fence ai
iri''li l l,.iiB pt iflii.
dyl inn ae rs,, n.,' 7-'m f' bolim withg
$ 4 0.tIuu r-Lge, 6si._'hfm,' h,,I-r.-, and stable. w1
2L.i t',;-t riliariliu riphii, \' th -,1 11 ;; p!lamnted
tropi,'i triltiti and |i.iiit l ; ti 1 i,:,i al n'uii m ainoi
thk r illin' iii''t s at i" "ai i i-v.1',.'o.
S 121-1i acit'e. 4 1-2 nilps wMift of Honm
$1,500,,.,
C 1.1rI re a'r'es wih 5-room hiouie and
$6D000 ,,res frit, D-.\r Mnddir.


SUB-DIVISIONS
COCOANUT GROVE PROPERTY A SPECIALTY, FROM BUILDING LOTS '0 LARGE TRACTS. SEVERAL FINE RIPARIAN RIGHTS ON THE ATLA
SHIPS THAT PASS IN THE NIGHT. CITY LOTS FROM $400 TO $40.000. GROVE LANDS FROM 5 ACRES TO 2,000
LANDS, MARL PRAIRIE AND FARM LANDS FOR SALE AND RENT, IN TRACTS TO SUIT.
BROADMOOR AND MEST BROADMOOR LOTS, THE BEAUTIFUL L SUB DIVISIONS JUST NORTH OF THE CITY FACING ON THE BAY, SOME 0]
PRICES FROM $400 UP. LET US SHOW YOU THESE LOTS BEFORE PURCHASING. LOOK ON THE FRONT PAGE AND YO


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n Miami's climate--to grow with
ever-say-die spirit? Do you
is the time if you do.

true value and significance of a
m)ur best advertisers. Some, know-
ars' worth of property was sold in two
I Miami and Dade County real estate and
investment today.


SCheerfully Answered

For Rent
in Some of the Houses for Rent for this season:
kil all io)dern with all conveniences and nicely fur-
nishud.
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s2 5 16-room on 12th Street, one and halt
Ite $P2 UU blocks tfom the Bay, opposite Royal
Palmn Park, one of the handsomest homes in the
>c;rtv.
$10 I heaulifuil, furnished concrete block. .
$500 House Ihoat, seven rooms, all conven-
1fer l00O 7-*roorm, nioe white stone; Bever occu-
ed $*1UUU pied; in Fort DaMas Park.
f1 050 7.roorn, new stone bouse facing City
nm $1;U0U Park and overlooking the River.
nd R7ron.$s,5 within block and half of Bay in
$750 Sout htide
$T 7 roous and attic, 11-room house on llth
ra- 75IjU trpit, vitthin look and half of Bay
t h f rnoims o.k 17th street between Aetues
' $608 B and C.
ng y$400 6.rooin flit, iverFide.
1 ]- $400 8-roomT houq' nn Ave C, between 8th and
$400j !Tth qt,-e.?
6 Only a few of our offerings, showing the varied
prices. We have what you want; let us show you.



NTIC WITH NOTHING TO OBBTRUOT THE VIEW OF
ACRES. EVERGLADE
F THE NICEST LOTS NOW BEING OFFERED AT
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'Dade county's settlers ha'e been I successor iai 19"4 was faithful In ,:at- specting neightirhod Well e-stab-
for the most part people of educa- trying them out. supported and as- .isheJ by the tourity -',.hool bcard.
lion, who base come tromin se--tions sisted by a -orps of able teachers in the first plai.e eI- onni- is r.ceir-
of the country %here good sc hools all over the Etate. Ing some bit of beaurTi', ing and as
are the rule. And to this, pe-rhaps Education and State legislatilon time gol-es a-r-orrutitr, tor tr'e-P to
more than to anything else are due at d Stte lis grow and Iardnin. ,-irerrmerits to
the creditable school tacilltties found Mr. Sheats will be elected again he foilovwed out--r. iti roces and
here today. November fifth and his friends are iles and palnsies eough f,-,r e:-er,
the people have demanded xpecting some more noet-led wor kid to haae a nosega, W Inst a 2week "
"Where the people have demanded done for the Florida schuols the .thool "plant-. Af the aoty
good school equipment and high class dn o h Mrc 61COS ,the school "*plant," o the rc.,inty
ood schersool hey have securent and htgh e. las T an attempt to standardize thewll be hard to find excelled.
teachers, they have secured them. un- public schools unifror courses of
til In esver.i section of the country. Stutd)y have been adopted hy state The Colnl) Schools.
oiDmtrutOT are offericool buildings ecland able l-gislatures and once a commenda- At Fort Laiderdals, tliere is a ten-
sucatonal advantages.dle requirement was made that all roon. concrete bull ing ere,.ted about
ucatotaei adrtages, high school principals should hold a a y.ar agoa. at a ro't of nine or teu
Muc intelliec has bn is- atC oertifieate. thoniusar i dolla It. has a Junior
played too in .the establishment of iThis means that in addition to 1-ig hl del rt n t---lh
schools for the negroes. who make having a first grade county certifl- nsiais t ass that aari', Studd-liLt
high attendance averages and show care. basel on the common school through two years or Tatndardl high
an industrious desire for learning L,,bjects a high school principal be sihooll wor anid a total pnroitleicnt.
that promises to bring good results required to take an examination in tntain j v : elr. or nsn a '- o t 17,. rh:.
in the 'coming years. There are geometry trigonometry, phys.irs, zo- alifing ,lause. "a week or s.o ag.'
school for the negroes in every ne- ology. botany, rhetoric., English lit- 1,. a In,,--ted because at the rate Fort
gro settlement, \Jthi unusually good i-ratnre. Latin. general i-totr,. anda aIdr.' r. it locks i the
teachers in charge ilsvchology However, as Foin ais' ,School enrollment % ill dr-ubl? Itt-elf
As in everything else pertaining the requiremenet was remsovedi it has teo N-'winter it halt o
neatre r 1 winotr in hall v e gone
to thslmagic land, the history of the been fottnd that a few county soer- It haa a real'' e.-n neie'ary
schools, springing up as they have iJntendents recommend teachers far lIt has aFrt a berl, Ri vr
where just Euch a short time ago high school positions who could not ilan 'ora Foit l.ad ral Rier-
was unbroken wilderness could be qualify for the ,-tale :ertiftrate li,'e w ard schoo-l. the s,'hool hoard
made as entertainIng as a romance tradee conntv adopted the uniform I h a', h reer geiin l ite.' u- of a coon-
with touches of humor, he-re and ,ourse o-f -r t at onr-.e and ever I tr-rtable lub Iois. tlhe're. intil a
there, that would grace the pagePs of .inpe has endeavored to work forI ''-hol buildings ':an be erected.
the "Hoosier Schoolmaster." itself. thi- correlation of the variois; schools I n Inthea ian htiilding at Fort Laii-
i F'rst School at Coroanut Grove. so that an eighth grade child from i dprdale ihiere is an abl icon.- of
SThe first school in the cournty- any school in the countryy 'ill h _i tearhes conniisting ot Mr. 14_. D (un0-
forgetting that the old Dade com- found as readl, as any otlier fnr higlI ruins. prini int, aU.l' ,l hvI Mis-Is
prised Palm Beach county, too-was high school work. MNlarare-t Warn-r Mi. rt.h-na Talor.
established at Co':oanut Gro've. v.ith Thit ,e-ar, in arc'ouint --f the uni- F.inrlit- Be-.anr al M.is N,' i.n. The I
Mrs. CalOh Trapp as tF-ar-her. Mrs. frorm text book bill paised at the tfeather for the Ri'"erside s.:hool lhiad
Trapp 'with her husband and ftalmly last sesirion of the leelslatiire. npw ot hpbeen ,'-lert'it at this owrrInS
had coprie to this south Florida coin- hooks have been adonteid for all the i'onlging in oiith front Fort L.a.-
try from the northw'e-st and she schools. Thes, will he usi for fi.'- I ,di-rdalt on th,: Monrtr,-al-Miani i hi:h-
brought some fine ideas with her- years. at least although Florida is. way. th- I:itor would find tlI-. ia-t
ideas and ideals that are still doing like ever other 4tate in the union, a' hoo] at Danla There tao. a Juinior
good service amqnrig ihi erov. n up pu- still at the mercy of the t.?-:t book hilr ,-lio |l d lrartiicnrt is niaintalu-
pils of that early school oianifa.-turers c- arnd th.'- E.Iho.Il is located a ll one
The school was. 1ondutteJ In the The btohs, this year beinre unfa- o I tlI, b l-st cho',_l grounds in thp
Trapp "cahtn" whbih they orcupiedI pillar to all the children gile a arotnv' Thr-re air tlat.--, a-re. one
until tle big stone house. "Rock (ot- I'hance for the new-ncome-r to hbp on I of v.iich i- the famn-uis ric-k land,
tage," on the bay shord was comrlet- an equal rooting with the boys pn,] land s' liritriicr ear-nring ",ill be
ed. giti- who has. previoiirly been at- aiclht in a i-aacrti"Il way The s- -ool
Following Mrs. Trapp's s'uccessfu trending Dade 'ountsv EDtho-ole There l.nilding a hieh '. rot about a 7,'.rcI,'I i
work of sc'eral year- tlt e Cocoanut is no chance rcor an- rhild in have. a four rorn .*onerrpte stri.?ti.ir-. ithi
Grove school was taught by, Miss ladl all tteP iintrurtian in all the te.t a aompn-,.io, ii_ ariiTilo, itni Tihe irt
Flora Mc'Farlane. found.'-r andl prei- books Iprr-Jiminar) f tbIis e-ar's trirulnt- t ibis fall v-a-- T;. an] tlIs.
dent of thle famitus Hout.-keer-r's work But Pterybody 'eenrs to be too. ,ill -rTeail., .lair-rui a-its h.,? win-
Club. which has the distinction of uite happy about it anyway it voald I1 r truIcrker in.] ioutri.-It .rriv,-. The
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zaoLiotn in r lorina.
At the time of the etiraltishnient
of the Cocoanut Grove schroi.l, .1idge
A. E. Hpyser was coullntv ., *-iil.pr-rintend-
ent-Dade county's fluist ,lperintrend-
ent of publi- in itru, tilon.
,Judge Heyser with ttl Hrst schooll
S. board start rI the ediiailoi, l \.sork
S. or sopitheast Florida. -stahlishing
bhe fir Q school at Lal-.--: a.-rrh and
Lst his terms of offi'.- iih tl-.p
-.i l it, ip o einC g qoe',n ,r it.- hr
*s ourlg schools In the hil, silent
- land of Dade omintv'., whi-h at that
- time began at St I. i r. l.nir an.J
,. .- ended at Florida Bay. with it; peop-le
"', few and scattered.
S' Follawing Judge Hi'tyNer Ellert
Gale, C. H. Bradle- and k T W\hntp
s'. erved. as coun Iv -' ipLi-i iiitenldient
'' and then- Z. T. Mei-ritt. r'r-re'itr lerk
i]. of the circuit court. lviy i thie ci tion of
1896, took rhe offire an] th- great
impetus was given t,-, educaiLioiial
work, That wa- the ya l the- rail-
road came to Miaini and tIle arrival
:: of many settlers made the .t:,blieh-
". meant of several new schools nacea-
ary. Mr. Merritt was very fortunate
In securing a nimbier art the' teachers
wbo had had exrperierr-e in high grade
Sschoojs and hI themn sbihonl virk was
."carried on that at orn:p attracted the
i attention of the state e-icatoi4s
Mr. Merritr spived two terms-
S. eight years, in all-ariand left well-
'' ordered conditions to his sui'.:?s,-,r.
Mr.' R. E. Hall. the present in' '--
bent.
Unique In 3anny Ways.
S Cosmopolltan to a deere- that a
stranger would scarcely Imagine the
;- scioola ot Dade rountv have ben un-
Ique in many ways. For instariLe
-'-- one third grade ,-lass aight tr ten
S years ago In -the Miant lm public s11.hcol,
: In an enrollment of fority-twro ppii|ls
Shad seventeen st.it-s and five foreign
I countries represe' ted. Anil ear-h of
those youngsters bad bIen taught by
different methols and had knowIledge
S of things diverse; and i-, on.lei ful.
Twenty had never -en snow. S: te,.-n
had new-r been in a 13rFe ',ity Nine
had lived in th nimoiintatn- Oha- had
lived on the Texas plait,.; anal an.ahpr
liad been up to "iop ot thp- iticlde-iS
of Liberry "
The teacher turipedl- the, en-' i-'i
Into a living geography and ayis that
she learned more that year thlran at
;.. any time in her rarepr
And while Dade (oiLnty nas estab-
lishtng schools lust as fast as her
h.. settlers care. the rePFt of Fl.-riala nrc
a. getting the benefits of the wnir-if
Mr. W. N Shears. who mav be lok-
ed up as thb man moat respunihle
S for the stat,'e edurational advanr,--
ment. We had laid his plain onl bt'naj
S lines and Mr. WV ..Horllnv.-av hinj


Central S,-hool Buildine 1ti Miami. Eretied at C ot l o.fM.iOIO. Reinfortn-fd ('oncilte.

tp difii.'ault, indeed, to flul a set of tea,-h-rs %I-' I- H V irio -.. L.,riu- Blari-triL i rj. A'ng:; M .NI s Dorti y I- . . .
hiLdr n anv.. heree with brign, ter l ipal, asitred lab\ Mil; H A. Hen- -i n'.., ri.],' Mr P P .J'ine- *.: ,.', -
mLrri,-r fa.eis tr, ai the "'.u rhitne dri.:k arid Miss Clara Brahill "- i.r. 1.al1 sut.ji. IF Giartinrir +iade-,-....; E a rly W reck ers
I:rds" ot this southern land It is v,-it -,f rania at Z ,rii. that M i- -Ali'- Sdarile',. -ighl. ]AMr IE'es i -ly' e k
Every (hildl in Special Tax District. thi r-.rt s.-hool ot thE- E"e-rJade.'. Is CGr ,. .leht. Pl-i .T-.., a K}i-,-Tle-l'_i. -aI__. _
SAn d fo r n d It \r, as ,- d iiiF aal last w it se .'1rith M.,N 5 .iit ;a F re ,-. ;ll ni s-' i .-
A n d a s m u n e a g o w^L,_,p ,, ,, [ 1 3 1 ,|mu i r~i n i i i-ti* [ i t h ssl ?gr o- 11- n-h- ad dyn lo g t h h o .
home sare i-,asutlfled. streets pav'd, t r anitri openIed tin fa tall '-ihll 2 Irn U--nh Mirs hith-Ma mhN,1.i .nll, i..I In the ioll days along the- hlro s
tmI, nes blocks erect-d. the progr'e -a plt-. 3 1 niliJr .ri atr th lier -otle s-ho -E-Li n ib-M .Is-nr. fIa IR'Ir m elai?' ot Ba :. PBitcj v'ne ,o e of ihe i r.-=_-
site p ,lople ot tb.-' ,c unty at a an:e -a:i i tha rpar i an r n d i.rl iit,. l -^- ia **in ri : -re-ini tor flp- a.asa Tb-
i ok to the ioupr r-,.Ing the t a3 hool- Hi'[' the I, '.elai-- tol d_- Cthe n t,_, s r., l. a-e tor t,- 1,:--. c, t. -l, Jr r.l,
iho utt e s and gioirirn is. E ven y t' 0hoofl Ii w I. r tr,, ., ,],i ,:.s + ... u iti ': f .- v. r :, l ,-r a i --:
thile o, tn'V beloIng, to E l peial l a.': t([od Rurnll c( ool. i. Fail i,,urrhi gI.Ltf ; .. IIi s :, .,. ,:t- i- t .- lndtrs tt n o.J. l hLa .-la Ia---
dlitrirI--, ilih riueani that tlip- entire An- l sar- i n ol [ iar tii h i' a'- l- t- ,llh gr ad-. I, :sii. uis-, i ill I lma aL[ .] t hl Id lirr-
S uLintyv ha. voted to tax it.If e tC-ra ta ror:e-ar- cd .-, hoI- or t .avL i Ch oVi, 11 4 I th r i a-' l e Mn L ,- .,i h l' ra; i II, i.- f itl',uV' lii'S t..lo'. v hs *t i Itn1 -
to s.'hoo|l rll ioT es At the hpa. of are t- siall tii rOialh t0r on- hr, I,. I )_ u I liiiPrd a e l'hi a i ,, .''ml 'tw t, I
,o.Xlir. th e-e ireciftl tlax diEtri,_t-., tli-re are hand!e-- t n ilus,.-al itierirn in i :'i \ \iai T J, [n. ri u.,, ]h p
almost i. ttif,,rmlv'.- nitli v.ho a, ral dtcaturr on a one in hi h li k a Fr AN aI i .s-'1 ,t ne .,irtra et -i t i a ( ,,. tor, i. told rf a ,-,onrtez.ti,-n
,wn'r hv of tru t iII tlh, n3rratter of gai 1)i tt e iittelli .- ,;e of 3 e "tl ine Pei h .in Ir f ,l 1 l,,' F- d It ll ,a' l," tl.
'.in 1,.-ictMTIitSI itlina:- dutg-r.rrt .aeara liar t~e niintaonegiin'.e 'atbLisle
sah,:.i interet- and wore and mcle ir.,unt.v si-rtlerF. 1 r-,,- KMnlrXarln e Mi-i, Er.fliti
are s,-hool patron, understanding tli e Tlie,-' fo- irtea -n. i b..ols and ti.:ir I .urr.tt ,I-,.-s r ,lnrI-a P ini ,r n-r l I a-.rnllr t r ,.-r il hi' tr ln r,,i-i tT to
Partlett 7-'intoi e, Pit Ini.raa- r id
impn ortance of divorcitng school flot a tea.'hers ar-e Eie. .yne. NMrI Ella I ia l r--.. haaIni N rt'.' ood. hir 'to thai a s h lonIoert ha' l g ,i- a.L, Lu-
pirlitict Barnett tea.,h-r. Pet-I .r'ok p MIss One ,vardi hool in Mlati l i- II- lit 'I r avs ay i- a- w nrle-ri. hi- p. eeoal.e
In Iliese rspe-iat la' d'ltricri.i whiah Rath PDrvlihi Prihtioni Mr M AV. a'tEl,-,i Saco-in.l .wrr-It a ccoia,,.- at 1u ha atll equal r arP of the h oa.ld
remember, cormpo liae all of the caun- Krarz. EUr.ir .:,. ',di H I b-rt t'a, Iol. l i.I ks raLih- La, a tal tti ti ing.. ru^h tr ,tos,,ailao a or ,.a-Lii-.
t i-tnei- are their. -h-h-or tfor hit p >dlands. Miss Milir, ai d \Vad-: P-r- h- i
-.hildrenr. -a. h in a gooJ bl, ilng rine. Mr s. C. t-abot: Oira., Mis ;nrae _,I' i.ran S ,aithz I ..' uc ,. --nP 4 ho i A pnere not at,: n' ing iri h,ir il
-ririli-in" -'At the S.ccatar ad .-u.t. Schjl., r,.hbin-hI
eauipried sxith patent desks a nd i all Bennett: Ftlford. MiaN' V Ingrahm ; s an ,th rr wiiorr.ntanril -,l0i0 e-t lurild- hat oln
the paraphernalia dear to th- he-art LIttip River Mrn LiS Baan i us. | Aier u ta hr --rr- ol ta], in rf. I ring to
of tile up-to-date teacher .;aoulds. i a.S.. F r id hii o i,,, okn; L ong j , l-f ,' A -ut _I ol .ady n r ,l 01J l t,
~~Kate Lang i it. II riarage ,,d t ,'lp 11 aa -rtalr i a ,zla fioa ? 'r neeL' ilr,.
Beginning at Fort Laud.r-trdale al nd iev M it- M aIS:. Bla: r: N -delIo, M i.. -l t a n; l, ,,i r d nere ithe t irl: a d c ta i.' ta s n r' l ] I.i'
tra eling the length 'of the couniy. Hrld., Milkl MIurrav M- .. Ela Bsl- .Iad6; Ni ,le- ardner. hethi d : a i t s--a- a ec113 ii lv
ilhe visitor tM Il find e s-ry schooll itn; Detroit. MrNs. tra .,.!Bs SiIlitIe Ir' .'ari Hu. s, n the ni.t rea ::, lot f'om the dcubris v.hli-h
growingth t isa lo.'s-ated iJn a eIf-rep-I Of thl t.wo-ttai-'e r E rtl5,, S there The Soiil,.i,]-,- s bhnol is a n 'ioIU ,',In-l" aslore Sii- t jail lier ln it .lilarc
_- --- --- m--. a' L-aLx Allaratthb iM V\'i]lijni t Ialie ..ia- i,- -ranal th is ,ear ai kitl- v ert- a l.- a i: ri,-n th-ir \ardticirie-
Blair arild Mtisa ('nalio t ; d 4_ lal,ini ie.t. etr.-irrT,-n ha. le','-ti, r. th 'i- r i-it ha rilnd their lartders.
Mi Mi ass Katherira a ISdrlI .111,1 ai Ii Fl- I l w ItHi is Ma Foa'ird a tEd:.h i er Tiln l. ] i jpari s ,-, a-t in f th-
l-Ian Palmiiiiii't Arch '-'r-ekl M is Tih lm tl aris fa, Tr 1a 2- 1 il ll h s sh,,, li
_, %I s .j-I. .n f w rh _.i4 q t i
ta-husoit d[ld -Mif'!- Florr'n."'- Jolins-.n: are t, 1.1i.ht I., MI'iS .Imnia .ir.l-r, ioili, .i d rL oine d.a:' a bitt :.r ,1 in-
l-lrtJ t H ,e~ne.rtear r Mirs. i .tiira Bed-iler and an. riThe, tiret and '-:on.l ri,, Mi-. Il- NIuis- E .i ','l:'; I rlki' l' Miss NMar l t v ulr An -dpr-nr tire a-,, n .,l' itt i.I,'1 T l eorC on a haI'g
^Lea'l.in al mi is Er mz.al hotil Dowling: Tirni- an i tint gii n C inal itha: tn. ,]rl ri l. It la-.el as lori an 6 ri ta.- i,-
Sil\ Pt aPalm.N1i-. B a niche Wi others s ,.mcnstatlt hat tite Tstlit I ,- olt
and- Ma-. tflara Crl i e Ia are d iria a ha-i also nt h a l inaI- rofqt 'i n 'Ie 1 I i in -it- ,l i -itr h.-r
aria" doingi^ ^' t l b r, f v rI. arnit -. a -a4 i p l-.ead i I '.:, hn'li -it rdir
'he Ccost ,o thr-e 'coune and t ao- that i found irr tife h\ ,t 5,d riOng itf iil inr- hi IT- lat.r lia -ha t ia-ii tle uhto
n leanhte -arhpr c ^ H gtr,'n, .$600 oi t Ir.a ''lli a p ,re .i hers f>:r the nr r a h a .- t i e rn in-, g..a, aol. illt d 'hll
-t-irn Ere akin a f t( Thar tir mdin gut tile il-s i i.eb,
.Three- Other Lange Schools U,-- sonm', lime- ahead" of their %[ite brtoth.-ri.
- B'At Lenon City' there is a Large..' .la-sni ate, r-rut ime X e ra li ine h 1-taln-r AlI.-; a :Is
roomv I I M s O- sL1 rV bn. LiId h id I ng-R- hv ih Othe ri Eudicatlonal Inhe tittiion. v rthe m ., h;--hb- ''.a. a -,li- a ;t..n id..o
., -' nOsver A will be repla,:eI nrext year I Alnd Miami also has a fin,' Pr-,.ar,,rit hcilt h,-_, artr.! u .r Il', 4th tt.i -.rir
by a $6.,,ri malrt modernst irtuctunre. oo l.-St lath,-'rlne'. s alercc ther-rc frma Niami tr Ke' 'a5. ,,, na v
%..-t -. ,_ This school is one of the longi'st, are tIa. lIUls enrileld at presert F a hand.ar in t ,:, n -.,as ,r turt-d irtitt
einailib-headl int Iti count and has an i nlani ," il'n ae \it. -, d. irith g tri the lin rit-. ashhi-h t Bla, te-ll alc, the
bA:. at tr ended Ia'. nG an, of Dlade ,-i c urt .ie r nter Si ,d At i-'trs ale l eii, d.,l I h andis nf the Ih tIole ala-r e thir- ,l.ia
IV 'tTy's citizens 5li, ri e t- c non t ah e Mi s- I theo u a l trite-, --rk p -ithb to c. tal- Those .-.'re in e ,o n-l -'i t l fda
'full'- enga;d In farming tr an.] re hr n peoted nusi, t, -a v t-n, inruakin ar a There- i n. sote in ll lttra sli.'4
remnituerat[5e business. lil nl of r-ieht he-id .: the Mother Sir- onles, Ir Is ,I-i,]-i ] 1r' it th, righil.
hoThehtearhens at LaanlCi lv rute terior. '[le a roonr, .ni mahi-ti Ins a,n tpartihs i-oatl i n-- alit,,r n to taIl 1-aholt
,1 S. J Da %Is. pricn.,-ipal, assi.-led ex.,:ll 1h l -onarddin tip l arte nr Irit d n x lal har the-,, I knh-a aot th s v'., s h a, ir
v1., ITiN- Lyner te BBro.-'n Mrs. A. L. i:houseilj in one of' Ithe. CnII atatt-ar 've tb, 'v.-.reokeri ha l full pi-,cst.;: i-tn
Chandier and Mrs. S. J. Davis. i ,Llildings in the ,'rI nith ncpr-Its" alang th- tshores,-,oft Pa'.- is.,av-ne
At Orange Glade, which together j grounds and a central io'aion. the and e-.'-ersthing that. rame theim w,.ay
g. Eretted This 'ear-A Solid [nsti- with Allapattah are in the Miam, school Is rIghtflt I3 popular--with wvas considered Fo much t.til from
special tax district, there are threeoJ people Eeeking to give their daugh- the sep.


Residrene f{ Mt'. E. ('. 31c Ilister on Twelfth Street.


I
tlea herlz. Mr. D. McKinnoun i prin- terms the r'rifinig iufliiuence of a relig-
Cirll an.! hils assi.-tantFt ai. MI-. lit8 ls ntLit ution
Ella Luter and Mrs. Fhloren-, Me- 1 K-i ar. ale.-, in Miami high grale
Klirinon. Til- .iildi, tg iW at pi e-.-iiit ]s. hlin n music andri ai the i Liszt
lust a thire -rooi, framnc ?tiu'l,,re !,_,..] a M ui th.- Q lia.ia i orl e"\o a-
butll is tO be relj!a'ed ne.xt yeaf y, iurv th-. Mirnam It'ol!.--eP ou Mrlu-: ll-d
a huijlding to Crirt Cjii u tOi l"v. all of ". li|i ai'.- ,ondii, i.-.I
Coc-anIn Groir. iq usin3rit a bhr-Jir ,by i'i:,lies i.,ad_- 1.' ou t .POf e ,d i n I
ful $'5.fl"i't 5 liool house iW sirined at- n kilil ia l tUi t'jii-,
ter thE kI.> ]of tr he biahuJingi at L-- .Ar auiul, a 'aii Ph or iirH- .*d'.i a-
land antrrd Llnriiversilv in C'ali'oi- ii ,i- tla:,Ih\ lt i L d' .-i ii''l tip : b in-
,nia. Eachli rooru I in I [it o'.'n build- ,. lte iHiti',Itir a refererene t, th.l? tr. u
ing and corjniotrine tlhenm are gra.'c- i, h.olii tlint have hW-ielWa] .-io nluh in
fil pergolas-. The-rp are tbre teach- railng a -n[l E-I s. Mlr. ,T. \\ A'bur'., prilin pa ; t to Coc'oanui t r.-I:.V E rt. i \, .ih',-'
Mrh. Zrda aAsbirri anI Mrs. G Clink- NliG Rh ori h-ol -o r fo and l
,-nlr-ard. Lak. Plh W id rho0 r,-,we tor I'-:-ihaI
Tihe Miami Piihlir S hools. tii' to -lerni lhr.- rr'ntlis or Ian.i-
ar:., l''tirluar I. Mar. h anrd x i il Etch
T'he three p[ublir cbools tl.ot yet ,hol ha- a hne I. .e.a ,n ilth tH'Q,,
mention, tir in Mimari and ,no ihor jnd i .the.i .'.- -sonr ul .v0.lrjirr
si, ranger ,r'orot ol th eijiv.th o the iarent--h liri a "oNi' trim. um ialih
Malgii (i'nt could he prod,-ied than a i a .i f tidtig n .liim,, tlirMe i r atlin
ronilariqon Lit th.- eni'ulliiient o0la',' boura .
u' Dh that ot a dC1u0.- :a-W a vo when-u An.J 'EO trliinn ti; '-,lessin.c-, hat
tour or fl%- l,'.a:hern r I.IIl, i: llv haipt- o rrilli th.'ir | n-i mArin-nt U -od-
handle n-i of ti.- -ctiaor'l worli in Dal,-- "- iit[p, er-. Pit.l tinities fort
Tliis '-ar thr-ie .w thirry.six ihi-r l,, and irI., to rcertal e giod,
teachers emniri] ,:,l an inlicat laIns i aiiiTi nai trirli latir-tns anl a- rthe
arp, th t niort' ll lihave- to e .-e ur- ',f.i- 2,, ,-,', thle i Yl o TR.! iitiht S
ed to relhev, -onie i tle ii cro'iL d e ld r tni5.f- t'4 (l-%' until 'i v ionl
rlas, rooms. i n ihe ,unt' '-'ill lia in a l.ii.,nri
At ti t- rat- $7O,uuu main bu.ildlin ifr. tlhe oli irn ] -liirrhi iiliri i iiTi ut .Iion
th' hich si-liro l di-l'artrnenL has -,tei in ,, -,ni.- t ic snr iel- -. nritirlli tra rinrire
el'.en i up-to-dale i=qirpn.n.nt [hA t Vt will i ,lr.ari l hart-irulturer .'- I-rinlt'1 par-
'conrliar .- .a\a ,ra .,i!\ l li al ,' -1hool 0 Ltirilr, ai ndt rhe arrs I,o.' hi. li tlir
in thM r outjL'r'. arin ta iat-ilirn d r i d J l h, iil., nA' li.' nla I.e- n.ladr- niol'p i ri-
Ia turdily ta cl'tin l .. hi. h ii- dea5 -liai- I [, 'r,:it
to I'r-riar- -tii 'li- nts ili fr an p intnrt ri nit
th- trp,-hn l, .-la-a of _n:ry. it h t-- lig Thi aI(r -' ,_ ril Ili-hh proratir.. in
roll-ep ,s. In this hiild ini e l i rp t r iid F t v. li pi.iroi-aLi, i :lt iair one-
art -Wihr grade-I- A aililnb-r at" it Piru r frirtli l.,lr1:-_r tli 3 ,-.2a-'rO Li-irn las;t
'i ii1sl | inl,'. ,-\,.Tal si. iOtio i on ac- TI. l- iilri .- o ti.- Lcr'-r in v i'-g Tall-
'stintu l i.t rlir.- bii i iol ri lit--and a i crop in o n oe w"t' r n. li..- la-T ., i
kl ,-id- agarlE- o-, il n .. h i. h i.,l.itio ii.i.lr- t he
In addiji tiio ii t th'- rl ,Ia-. (.ra r_ lhi. pr '. %i .-r. ,l iii..ii.: lhas i ,] i tln-
I'ulil iug lias a I t.-.. t it i f l ai ltlitorithii. l t],I to. n i 'inr t he, r 'tV" is that
w.'idJe corrtlcJ r , i-aitn -:Tri. ;.[,ni. n l- a d i ir ntp tite.'-' l"i-n fo, tih ,?r _'ll
drawing roanis, adluril'tration oniM- A.o[.- faiNl. thri iora',ri r. ri aiiavn
.e; and library, wih all the .anilLi rv on d-ch-: t r, lu-lp their Our
artrang-rnillts round in the bet:,t ru.id-
ern 'Lhools It i' rptr-haps. rneedlis to e\rplain
Mr. \\ B. O ,-e.- it piS n.tilal ofl the that ihirtni laT not grlu.ri ahn ]r-
.-it,' s:hoo1aa l and at tme- Ce-itrai hNild- .,iti.d nnl tt- lmInriSt liim!,n-- al-ri --.
irg t a- i? a'. l -itd b%, I,, -ir. 'n o l I it lhal dpri,-r iind -.- n tli i it a.(t.li
de rarl .el 'I--flu sa d a. J.-L MI 'rritt. Lwa li- hi .l r..- It.o,, a [I.I'P ot alr r, con i.l-r-
nijtu's. MAi- LiM liam ..lriGahpey. all ind- rortian, r-e -in it- nia anild in
higher b u'ithirtatii s. Mi'-? loI-i:a ththth., rLarIts or trade.


I Products Will Be Possible.I

I Ft. \'Iilr \.ilrliri tuLlrn, opens up new avenues and
in ti1,,7 l ,\rr-la jl+ ,IM.iac .ieIk I ,ri rk- tIs
CiIn- of ili.- i, -t ilile -uh- as-.--l A. tr- thp numbers and varieties
- hv' [LII-,. 'r-,. ii . inlir te.- i Itri i hlie of diff,.renit cropt rhar can be grown
I%], p.al.l-', |i ,ii',-lit i.ji i:.--- 1Will !i this .-oiintr I r.ant to say right
Ilh-i.r, rl.it it Lit TII ',.r -.i Iliiillti I[t -'p that ever thie surface has not
-i f it l' -irir-lt r.li 1ti Ith l-'.' iil t.,-eil .- ri'ilthel[. For instance. In the
arp ifiriL' ldii a 1r I t i ii Ih," \ i''- [aS- tae- C-l iaterni.I-lons alone. W'e can
li,. 'a hi. n r nii o',' lirt.-ri-lir p-.vo[op- rov. Iiter waTr rnielons and there
- i-eLin t ih ll I pro.-' irat in tiln s l vlIn- \i ru i- a or in the world v.-by the"
Sit-, "s -.hculd nor b i.seut out in Mlar.-h and
Fi,,.'tF-ri y'ar. ao whnlrn I firs, Ap il i- t thp [hoisan.ijs of ,arloads.
S 1It,'- to I ri-- -ilnii'. tal- .anir- c(lia -- imraginr har an unimuense rulidustry
t n-n I :i. r.ai-', Tn.. tlisnt paiin.a:i- ii- ....iald nahke in itself. \\'hat is
!t -irl i iin-.ii' ro i.h- lomlaht iniii- trr- r o altrieleuon s Is equally true
Irv. As. a ii.tl0 -l' ill tat.. I1-iIr- lt as ability
li,. -"i an r i e n-i', ',iih ri on at .aliat.,r.- As for sttr Ile crops, thbF sugar in-
rt 55-iiai li Iri, t oi t r -i ,'I-. h.It du-.trv v. ill no douit t.hpe ithe ieadling
for -l'ort [',ri -'.i roa ll]" V.t'!.i-:ri -,i-li .: f- Ihure \Ve aIe rast tihp exper-
- ta I-,, a -r.-.r !_. T i ,-nnip-,rara ni-irl:iL ;tage along this llne alreacky
I'.a I. th-i gli,,-'er | -."- ii tIIhe r-nd tia-i.] .r- have grc.asn a.res of the finu-
In. t j r- f arji I n l-it. t i rt a- a Ii- ; tiit ar i ,qaijt In different sections
i n,-ri. nr, i.t -.ii.-'iar i I i' i,'iii,- o -if the E r% riahps-n-,rane that ana-s
,OWm ti-, th i, .i,,uP1- 1 t ithe.., r iriinit. Ii,.; e,t hi lighLeEt petfi'entage of sac-
taI l' lir'i ril I ,, hl a ,' Jlhi'- a u1il lIhir- riniarit -t m alt.n-r
1irili ii- aI iJ r.l iii '. .i r li tlir i., lunr t tl,," sand'y sections will.
at I uri- ,-4i.'i-i 11' ti'.I iii-t i iiii-.'Jiate iv.'itlioul anyl doul't whatever. grow
r.n a.ii'a nd, :trl l i-,i ,'. ral 'rid- :11i adl- '\ontr]1 trfill'- fin- pincrappler. Tob r-
,rl Io til I,-'i. :ilnl nlairnn' ira rl iis rp P i'i trLIa'. alio l ip r niisiiltere a po osf-
op., ti-' i]t. t'ilit'..I' itlI- s ill -o doubt, do w ell
'I t i I.-,.Ii '-,iiaillv riro- 1 in rl Ifa', i r- i tr- a ill kin.1i of nat il grasria S,
rill 'V. hi l ill ,,r-i-r-r.,r.li ,l]il i alu -1 .i,. li rasF as Eernmuda and Pa-
,f i11 F r-amr-- --.' -r.al '.-.i< :,c-o, nil 19. ill luxnuriat. here, niot to nia n-
l, -ir ar,''- -l 1 h-1'. I,,:ri ii tI ',t t,.,n uw pea-. and velvet beanie iasa
i .Io-i,' ii.:irr" I -mrniat.-ly In i. ir l iimninouiB plants which will ) iq-
arr'.-r 11i.i- s ; c'i Ih :11l ,ra' i.-v--e ir I ilroibt le o gr at soil enrlchers. s, aiull
,J-!liiian l i lt ri r ..' at i' 'l' I hi t n : tlii ev'-r h -lre ne'e asat y.
it i'nborlin.i], -hili' lil -1 all '-' Of r[-ur tihoroiigh drainage m ill '
Sir,- i lh i,- li- '. -:. i -_'1.11 ra,.k to ,I-a. lieP .s-'ata, y to grow all fruits. T ie
i, lriniai. i taater houlId be remo.ve'd about ti vo
I It .i l-,rti a I,- till-. ai l -.l. ln-'- e ,- 'i--rt l. Iaow the surface of tlie si 1ill
or tlis I. ki i,. -:, i IIi. ;ii Lh.-, r'i',- in I tl!i!F ..houlJ he done in a perm a-
10 nl e l -i i', ri I I it 1 :ii1 ti-L,' iin I rient rm annpr

FLiORIDA WA \ T'.\ I ACTOHIlE'S. liiI n- uied in shipping the differea nt
-iotlnrc'? ,it tbi state to the market ts
\'i.- Pn.---ila-n Inirilianam of tlh, of the north.
F K I" '. .ii'ioil. .- nit., r, I hb. -llt1-e is a demand for plants to
Ma.ni.ilia. 1t, c, ",- ,-r.i ,aLa lini- r.- irom tie \ast deposl ts
1'i,,: t;itt uL I iii i,.. tri,..Ji-rli '' .Ii' li ,tt-ili iliTar unJderhie practical ly
: it If i- Lit IA-'- lu.ti. '.iiL. i iIt ah.i the fntirtf- btate-; to make Portlai id
llitldi. i .,l : iiii]i' iL -ri t., rli. ', C rueii-rt of t0lte itotU6 in various s c-
ili. i iit- -ic .i a-' T ifi Ltii 1t-.l' -.i i. i ti':'tiS t, h t ia b .- ricb in the qualltL e1
i.itb i,', ii t dl-i-. 1 >- .ilh: a..it 1 [,k Ii-' -,-.'i to the nianufacture of th at
ie'r i. i.t e,[].-.\ifii, rlI. tiairiul.,'.l r- i lier:. nr-es r,,ry material in model -a
e i at,, \ i I-.. ti -, t, \hi t ," t :il t in llt iI.tion ,v'o k.
thu-rta IS [i- i l. Ill I IL"II i, l T.: I[ i 0 1 -----------------
nma iit.t, I -ii n ll I iiIt .a-.[.t [,. -To 'reate a ity like ,M iami out of
B1it ,l e itir- tha:iTr t,_ ti ti-P t ried a tiopi.:al v.iid'erenss in thirte ian
oi n'_ita, n i' I I1Ltil [,l.r- is Uorh, ., ap- ..earrs ma.s ne-ll be ac-counted a wci --
piJar-rir ti'l ]i ,;uif----t e iii' r-, ,, in- 'Irniul :.ti f-tiinriance. The town now
d--Il. ,-. i,-. I i. ,'-e i ina..h-dr the mal:f ,-l aim tQ a population of 13 .-
na- :.-' illiil.rrji' ,, i Ot he i-,iJ "it anJ thio municipality owns Its
f'h l:I n.J jut r,.itiiitu(r.tirihz iltant- dadminsitrari.n burrding and publ ia
tot a i.nn t i-r- i- _'r.-it ,--" Q aU1 Pl-irk; is- 'i -ll eqiiirped with sanitar-y.
r ;tl |hi | It, 1t',: to, nmii ,' rud- t.,r ,.e- j aIpararu. and lire protection; Is .
tnal.-,i i.-lio,'i h-.L-'-. bat tIe of lroii.l-,I with electric lighting, gas,
ti-,,n l a'. '. t-I I i' rali!-il,. '..at-r dild t-lerihone service. model n
ThL-r- a 0Le-rujail tnr Iaitillri far- aLrid saatisaltoray, and, while yt3"t
cr-,r I.,- \. -il. ii iti. tai k.-r natr t- ,-,in-. i. .stiplihid in a manner nD t
at'r,.,-- t .a,I.. ,: -, nic -. I, r'. t. - Ij : ltarir s las, b- a:llies man)' times Its
lai, i Uq- ti. : | -.u. -l u i oea t i i rt .,rt ii l .
[11 0 IULib~ L.it (lh -IJLI. T h [ t; l~ i ,-----------
i.,lid ,li.at.,- [, k-." t-. i u l. Thi,- it', of Miami rsever falls ito
ii.ilis at ,'.ouil; d riinrt : hi,-,.- ,- .ir,- r L sl trii-, IP b,- i ,itor. It Is the Insta'it
Lhe-rl ti- h'it-u, ii i I'i.--t a-r' tiiL1 and i.nd -rrtarIent ource of wonder ito
of tii [,Io lu, t1 .- tir'- [i k [tarti '- 11e;' tne wnh., lomes here. Grelit.
.lh c i aarnd.cr iij-iu. a d t li.' FlIrtidrn I ,iti: s rla'- heen built In the west
pr-lii. is ari cut .iiur 'Luripi t h, li'ai-st hbnlf century that hai.-e
Tia-,i- '- .,, a Ii. .iri.l ,aor a aininrig Ia tjiar'vi-i. air] m odels in city
Ia t.'Irn z tliat v ill :iin tl'.,- t. i-IUit.i | LtructLtre, but ai-e n the men of thie
of t,'-r= o ir tbali i 'at .-,in e I a, hi.r-l 'I,, 'Et. hv.ho havc. had part in the builld-
alo ti, h.-rhb. Flnrriti ,ajt, an.1 for i ir t of tiJ e '. ondlertful centers of
ib ii tti-r'u- l., r ,t a ir',,,ldii iij L ,:t poiriil.Ttiin. do- not he- itate to prio-
at ,-.-nn E':J--or-; irf tl_- P.r.r r ollitn Miami the most modern and
Tli-i- i- a la-lhinai Ilo ii-'tori-e-, t| ',i-te oft any it.y they have ever
I h.Ltt a' l!l i_,l..l Ser.' t I tl a Iiatir | ViS t'i,:d
t',,-:ti i.ori.- ul, Ilp u._.,'.a Ilit[ tile tI-
j. I\ ", l. li it it. ill-iilh demtniiiJ. turn Iiainia. without doubt, Is to be the
t h,? . :- I a- rL, th,, Vali'iou16 rL, rin~i o iL': I~ ] o
t.-- i itIi. ti var-ious -ri ta Li-, Angeles of the. Atlantic coat.
'5.-i--t a ) i.''li,l iiIn -v-.r', se.t .-in tof \\-hiIi- cohidsiderable Ftress has been
thr e fa tilrn,---,. In iir tlj- nuinI ro'ij1, ,Lid on iher lainld ,ftilts and garden
l'.i-,I r i, iT 5'ribnrti the Ilart -- 'li.k ePr ithe Inmat- is her greatest
a llIlJl *--.i t.- Mintlli is a guod eumnper
Th. .- r- J d. i atid i10 fj. tari-.-is t"' ,. -ie-ini- cool and comfortable,
I.l.-tL Ii..l-, tn tliiI-l' r I'1 r1i t ah I .r-Ir- itd li-r sk int-r climb ate is of 6urpass-
i-nai i iil it ittii- larr-! ,rat.,:-. Ia inpg n.plr-iri.J.r inl otr health-givIng
lI-l I,.. .-' I- rlri:- --- ill t.ie ,t riit- l, rJ[.-r it-, .


One of the Countiy S(hools of Dade CountN


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


1a


SCHOOLS OF DADE COUNTYAMONG BEST IN FLORIDA


The Character of the People Coming to This Section Demands Adequate Equipment and High-

Grade Instructors---Central Building in Miami Is a Model City School---Other

Structures in the County Artistic and Comfortable.


The Great Diversity of Crops

When Reclamation is Completed in Everglades Many


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THE MIAMI ME VITROPOLIS SATTEDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1912. RZDLAID ZDITIO', S3 I 4.


THE SUCCESS OF


OwnYour
Home
in

"'IDLEtWILD"
an mAe
PARK
or
OAKLAND
70 Acres
All On Twelfth St.


MIAMI


geographical


and


physical location for a big.city--it has a monopoly in cli-
matic advantages--it has constantly increasing resources--


to Key
business


Vest--280
men have


for the territory


miles


north


g


in its future,


anmd
as


shown by the thousands of dollars being expended in new


4


business houses


in the city -- the


improvement of property


all over Dade


County and


PUSHING


WORKING


BOOSTING


"GET THERE" SPIRIT OF ITS LIVE MEN


You work every day,
at the end of the year
what have you?
$0.00!
A $5.00 bill laid aside
each month will Lay the
Foundation for a Home.
WHY NOT
START NOW?


...Today..
Opportunity
Is Calling
SYOU


oTH~. 5OUTN5T~R~E.ZE.o


A Home or Lot in
Our Park will put the
landlord's profit in your
pocket and not his.
Pay you better than life
insurance or the sav-
ings bank. . .
Will provide a home
in a clean neighborhood;
on a main road; high and
healthy and will
WILL PAY FOR ITSELF

Your Money
Will Double
Itself If You
Buy YOUR
LOT Of Us


MjANY A MAN in Miami today wishes he had laid the foundation of wealth in the early days of Miami's
V tunity--when it knocked for him--when a little money went far. Lack of faith--of an understanding
editions which build cities--of pure nerve--passed the Opportunity to the more courageous. This is history.


Oppor-
of con-


The Brigham Realty Co. offer you choice of lots in Thiree Great Sub-divisions of 230 acres of
land with a frontage of one and a half miles on 12th street, the coming high-class residential district of Miami, on the
main road leading west from the city. Our various properties offer the most desirable conditions for an ideal home,
winter or the year round. Best neighborhood, high pine land, out of the dust and noise of the city. healthy, no low
land adjacent to breed insects, pure water, play grounds provided for your children and provision for every conven-
ience of modern living. In addition to all this you have the advantage of buying from a responsible company from
first hands, which will give you and not middlemen all the certain increase in value. ". ". ". "
a- W --- --K * -----i


Maps and full
information
may be had by
addressing--


The Brigham Realty & Investment Co., Inc.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000
C. E. BRIGHAM, E. G. BRIGHAM, A. H. BRIGHAM,
I President. Vice-President Treas. and Mang'r.


P~~6.*


has a natural


GREATER


is assured,


because--- it


it is a natural wholesale trading center


from Fort
south-- of


Pierce 1
the faith


Best For Health
Your
Winter Home
Among

"THE PINES"
Our New
80 Acre
PARK
On 12th Street


A LITTLE HISTORY
Budge's Corner, Twelfth Street
and D, Fifteen Years Ago Cost
$1,000. Today, if Vacant, the
Lot Would Easily Bring $50,000.
An Increase of $49,000, or an
Average of about $3,200 a Year
for the Time.


the


A LITTLE HISTORY
About Nine Years Ago the Cor-
ner Where the Miami Bank and
Trust Comp'y is Was Offered for
$800, Time Payments. The Last
Price Paid was $25,000, or an Av-
erage Increase Each Year for the
Period of the Tidy Sum of $2,800


4%


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' IEDLAND EDITION, SECTION 4.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


Eureka District in Redlands


Much Land Being Cleared and Groves Started-The Same Ambitious Spirit Mani- i
tested as in Other Districts-Served by a Rural Mail Delivery-
A Good School House.


Back from Goulda about four to
six mules and about the same d.-
tance weat from Perrine Is the Eure-
ka district, taking its name frnm
the school house of that name. Not
being on the main traveled road from
Miami to Homeateadi it is notit so well
known as some of the other Sie,_tion3
of the Redland country. It has the
quality of soil, however, that makes
fruit trees and brings them Into
bearing in three or four years. Some
of the finest young groves in the
county ate found in this district and
many more are being put out. There
is Biome sand mixed with he (lay and
the color varies from red to orange
and yellow, but the analysis of the
soil shows it substantially the same
as the balance of (bthe Redland dis-
trict. Eureka extends back to the
Everglades and is heavily timbered.
The pines out there are much larger
than In some of the rockier portions
adjoining. Dralie's lumber mill has
been cutting timber out that way for
several years and a lumber railroad
runs along the western part of the
distrl.'Lt. Some day thblis road may


Sirnes, in (ne-sp where omei!al I(now-
Icldgp 1 3 iit.ee;-ai Leaving a pro-
fitabir- pia itre ill the lesi, lie ame
to Florida tor the beinfit of his lini-
ily h health. TIliA partlculai s-,:tion
had renial: i 'd as a pit:tit-e in his
mind ever sin(e he l perjt seietial
weeks at old Fort Dallas and in e,-
ploring the Ecerglade-,; tv.ent)o-six
yPars ago. He alw.a,.s exlJertedl to
come hack., and two years ago oppor-
tunity and inli nation both tourche.]
him at the same time. iHe came to
Pt. L.au.lerdal., first and aftf-r,,ards
to the Redland country. Mrs. Teller.
a very bright atid nirerp.ting notnan,
has hboen much benefited in health by'
her stay in Florida. and wia % hint
thorcrugbhl,. enjoy g the otpen Sir litfe
of the iney wood;. His son an-l
wife, who drove all the way from
KRnsas in a prairie tcchooner, on their
wedding journey, are now living at
Port Pierce. Dr. Teller la a valuable
man to have In any locality and Eu-
reka ,lstriLct appreciates his services
as a citipn and as a physician, for
he practices some whillo ol:ing after
his other acUvitieE.


illli,-nt rare Alihoicgh he h.l- br-en
iO liJig IhiI Sit1,lliP titrt in Ihe in-
ter s-pion ',- lie I > .- i nal in-- be it
wS t pi u i n ht i ri ini- i tI.) detot,'
it large-ly to tlie .rit\

H-i,-nr, '(riflln has a bointiteacd ir
setion 2:1 Hlir- has, a -maill hoOil,
and a s-mall grive He is doing out-
sIe "%"ik \ lil- oirnipleting his resi-
dence on thpe lia-e.
r i *
('. L Hall i- a Kansas man who
wanted to find a good .inuate and ?o
,'ame to the southern part of the
Florida Ii) ni!5is la. lie oetailned a
honiesteati in the Eureka diptriet and
pilt out a 4-a'ie grove. It show.v
trie arnipi laliij growth 3as the t[-e-
in other parts of the Redland ri)oin-
II v MNr .Hall has sold two l1 -acre
tr-.its to parties who will put In
grove<.
4 0 3
J Aiistin Hall. of Miami, has a
qiiaittpr section of good laud in this
district. There are no improc-me-nit
on it. but MNr. Hall may cut it up and


Matured Grapefrnlt from November Bloom on the Hainlin (-ruo-. Pi-tiire Taken in Jn],y, 1912.


serve the people out there with regu- P. L. Junkins came origihull) from t -, ,-ii 11'-acre tra,.t;. It is in th-
Jlar trains. I Georgia He tionte-taded inl 19'1 tier of se-clion 1.
Eureka has a regular mall dellv- robainlr, g 133 ac'.-s "ie 1 'i'Ih iv '
" ."". ery every day and the pioplAe along was in wild stilc then ile uni.l, I .r Week., of Miami. lihas a
'. theo-ute have all theba ajantages ot bad one or t[o neIghbuors. All it i n.ie f-i..ce of pine laud adjoinitig rhe
city folks, getting their mall before Supplles had tIh,_ b? brought 'I- inulo house. It onlarns i j a. i ea.
noen right at tii-i doors C. L. i-inall', hfe tould pole a bouat Uit I e le
Hall Is the mall carrier. He makes glades, almost tu ilbs place. At other Frank Tai lor -till lives on his
.:.:. the rc te on his motorc cl! timnies the i, rairle had to be ttadenl hui .-at tal in se(.rrit n 4. but it ha'a
Th:a disCrolct. w n.ls. oml e good It e-eenad as If the lamnill was cit bi:-'r.i si iividP.j and sold in ri.t.--t
T,. oads. Many new people are coming off from all human societ.. Of course to a number of parutes. J. D iood-
.. In and many more would build and lie faru-1i on the glade-. It was the man has a0 net-s wiIth a .-ai re grov-
S Improve If the rock roads were only only thing to do0 to obtain "ash. Th, re, :titly put in. Ed Hail liti lit
extded. Even scarified roa s I rridurt-i wn.re hailed a'l the v.ay I t:res arid a ille lici -,.? on the pla-e.
i' wou.d be i4 great helpi, but there i Cttijr to be shilpt-d to Miami by i.;,)ihn Seybuld. of Mianmit has ten
ought to be at least one main rock l| tar It w'as a ha.rd Jour1tE'. bUt it ai ,:I ,which he inlrendIs no plant to
. road wet; trom Perrine through the "as the oln vsa In l140 ite tail- |m a jiidEc ;.in-ier has n '.-acrs
road ean.ue 1ur I"1w vt, 1 -ilill stli~e r raet, C 0. Ri( listS'ion L M a -,
S darttct. The people out that way od ao hr h -- rat C 0. tiioriion .i t .
S are willing to assist in any way they I lhrre miles trfront te depot. anrid only ha' 1i) a es fir. R. R. Tell,-_- is al.
an a trail through [lie lilae tXo'_js Still so lotcrir.j o in rii1 lhnim lsipad.
a U,-lie lived andi prosperi-ed His faniii I
There Is a neat school house In i'unslsts of a vife and i "lilldren .-11 A Crlor.'lt iha a li.o-st,-ad ot
section 6 and a well attended cshool. He has 5lji) citrus trePs and will add 1it; ,,.res tilth a -a, re grve He
S* more to th- grove eacg h y.ar. 1e has hts ?oull oii? IrF-., I, 1 MN B Parker,
sold 20 acres io I. F. Talbor. I a.. res B 13. Rlan:ley. Dr llii.idl1iton ali.I
S Dr. R. R. Teller has built a home to Brown & Moodty, 5 acres to Dan c-thpre. There .vill itrilt.liv bp somrn
and planted 10 acres of grove on the R,:ieit; an.] 5 ti re, to I.ita ni.- Jen- |imnro i,..rnr i.id," b i thise i.,r-
Frank Taylor homestead. He has kins. Sionjo o( what he has sol-I ill 1 haS..ra. Ii. h i v Iin ,.;-.,st in tile g-n-
been on it Just & year but has made be put Into gro\--s eial detehloipm-ni. ,i 1lh- L-ijntrI..
that year count big. His energy, en- t .
thaslasm and Intelligent tare has Henry P. Po.lIs teir< ha\l sold
S made things grow. He has interest- W. E. Graham has been on his H r- te hoini-r-ad o W
ed many others in the district and homestead ilir several %ears. He hasi 4, er,, ho u-ra improve-
his frienda have invested In Eurr-ka piut out iomt--, treeq and bullr a t-anl- alley, pho mt flai, impove--
property. The doctor has a wide va- ortable liont- He is a iard v. orler [iltnts ,I tie f :li t a grote tetore
rleLy of products growing on his and ne;er to.e an opp,-rtiitly r, lonE.
pae-keep busy'. i-lc hJas molt, .el ut his Ti
place and some one or more of many kce bl ; i ooks foc I arl to dk Tiils Pinder ha; a homestead
tropical trees anl plants. His pla-a anlk rr 1 v s L rbl m of Per
will be a beauty spot. fn a few years oping a much larger grove .h hi aoit bleP nlii-ins niest of Per and ooH-
whe what be has planted get- a lit- o 'r, labor he has built a very fair -I s r in it sm e ani l k-
tle more age. The dot for knot -; I a.' no n -road of a half mile to his utog aftl-r liht. i-c t rolps.
every groe ing thing on his place by pPce d, Pat M[nttoenbh,,t- came rrom Kan-
name and family), and knows whpre I
Is-;an- r'h o tO~l al homestes I wes~t at
it oam, tromn and v. hb t ir. Is pood for. J W. Bostick has h.?en a home- i,. tin-' i.- it a go,,ad ouAe atud
P.i',-ln,- i!-j hto- a goodi hblu e at-,.]
ie Is la natlirali-t In is laove Iir tt_(ler in tilis [iIt ;,t i or cvtr n1 e a t,-,i lt,-a.,-e grove He is doing
growing things. His sympathy with y-:ars. Being a carpenter. he lhati rnt.- hearingg ani i-,esploplng
nature is part of his religion. Ic Is erei-tel a very nic, home. lie bas o1t i t -
no wonder th tt etwrfthing he plant .1 re-. o.f tr, s that are- four tears I o,.t, Thomp,-n. n f NManit,. al-
Bterta to growing and keeps at it. old be luok grnai and healthy ha pi,,. la-el a homestead north-
Dr. Telle. came to Florida ft om Kan- Srit hde from four to .Wx hbx if i. of thie school bruise It Is his
Gas. Before tlhat he had been chief fr t t,'t the tree Mr. P- i:l,": t ,, i-it out a r e tis win-
eaurgeons for the ColIorado Mining and iinll ot a man that tnr'le Sdm dc-airL-s r r nenr tr he toutea r, (diotn
Seltilng Co., with healijuariera at tu he'.ip*, b9 1uvng him land and lie ,
Aspen. (2olo. Hfie Is a Canad ian by i- show Ging Iis a a .'-r,; t ot. '," I-or"- I "p
birth and education, being a gradui- :ng hard an 1 taV.ilg _aleP (I it It itF- t- 1. J.n'-; ,am o frnm a ltPhe ag-
ate ot Victoria ,Medical College, with th.-wihtir trea.on i.e giot.-, ollatoes i ftr a h,.. -t a bd He liar a
Sllcense to prectice medicine In any ind gelipraliv:, rial.es a s'i, cess of it. and took i llurt .-te ,H.e ls al-
.. f. f- aiu1 utw- 1 hiuei'r. i u-,rid hba ut-
part of the Briti.sh Empire He is a it. has h-elp-, I t bitil d mast of the titld i i f,. ,i.t rr nt FT..'.'I lifp
contributor to m-dlcal lourials an-i iouse; In th :s serlton iH r- :ii ,--d, lia, 9 rn ,-s f I o younin
som. e of his artt' les have ..reatei f Sinr, :i1 ,.'! i Itir nin ig ito P 'C I .inrl'P
much favorable ronira -nt by thioungit- Jo)sepli Cififln bas a hoiul.:i.jd in near i- ihi .ii- I rc iIi/e
?'. ful scientific men both at home and -A'ctton lit. .in -., hi Lh hi lia .Li iomtor- 1 ,1.,. tg m %--. li- l ,,, Iz i. i iir- i,,-
: abroad. Frequently he Is called up- tale home Ile has .t 'stall Eroin e that 'ir, in i,:- -i.,-. ?rsve. i-ic lu'-.
on to testify In curt as an expert. is lea ,dcd w i ri rrlvli e us "' n t'i. h.!-" ,.H P a z-,, t ..- i.i ter e -.a[.rInc
S- __-_ .i... .. h is a :-.r Ialaoit vi'' iiU.';
ii-,',I tOtc sano inar|n'., ing then tIlat
i *t a-ti nt i n re--iIi


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Bome of Dr. R. R. Teller in the Eureka District.


i',\" i T tli -t >ttr-. I lt lt hrr. -1n'l.a
l :c1 T i i I .-. i c iI :t t,'-mr -i rid, i .,- ha-I

o r hw i i r., i l ,' i' i a f i "r h i e !'f t -P r 's
'lt -, ''.' h -'. l i '' IPe nnio e 1 lirt.-
lat- ,. Mr Ta 'l., .- ,i r is t n irni
titic c-i'r-taut. I t, in b i

iR-- I I P. t,'ir l is a nrwi-:omni r
Ii i ,n a i-li l i Fln-ldi n In
.- iti.ii r i.. l,.,' 't.' h 'i lt\'o I ere
.i r-c il" r-. Ie i's c.rit- in that
h z- l ia.- i- i n.t I I be r it li is fiulitL
S 'n-,intr.' in lie IInitrd Slatei He
I hn,:ht i'l 'i I.D- os ) Ifhp LIneren
olliPEte :nI r,- I'iis bl-gt1;u to iminmpro'?
it iy pittin: ni i a ;4rcr'.e. He fin is
thb nOutdo.-ii-r Ic. -:- hIalthy and he
is regai:nlng some of the strength he
hnd In lst In the north. Rev Core Is
a graduate of both Ginnell and Ober-
lin Collegee and has been a Congre-
gatilona] minister for a number of


sears His failing health sent him
south. but he has not wholly given up
his chose.i ,ork, as he assists In thn
'indi % sitriol \aork at the school
liiis.- anid pipaclies occasionally at
[c'. i t'h ioilise and at 'il'er Palm
J is i ro t lii e -a',. "I ;arm help-
',t all I 'adn.
*t .
\''e, ill Perrino. in -ection-'. 22 aind
: it rlr iitit. luIll or t'i\' Ijait -s i %-
'IgA n lihomi.ae-eds Til,. Iin I par-
rakes r ll ii dlin t t ,J td Ii ilur ;inrj
I'Hll~l II -, cl r,., A ,,. P'll. 1 1, t ll.-
] .it P. '.I ...,'t-l I:. A I'."i rl: and C
'.\ oI ril.-: lia 4r i lium ill in a
l)iiin. h rtlu goold riI-is tlie,.: i, li
l.a. .- -oun %-r: I .ilunile land.
M-1rC tlara C V\ihlr-n liha. a 1 ,:o,-
tejl lrid ai piO '' ti- i arr-s- .ilst
SII llltIh 1-s Di1ll' St i-. f C(Oclldii Sthe
inie tri-re a ni unil.-pr cft' years ago
'iil ia.- s l t aithfitillr to her lan I
Ai a general rule tilt- women 0l)o
',alp P aquire d. hoil-sirad.- [i rr- valip
:i-in the ileliet Sbhe li;a. a daugh-
iur and fitlir ?onE Her ero'e is in
'1 ronrindilion and looks %ell.

L'r V' II irr tiai.lt. of rCin-ln-
nati, Ohio, halias a train or prairi- land
1 iiL-. it Semiu,,l- Plains, and ha.,
. i, '- I *Ini iti P-' Pla is anid ia;
ilii n-Id to d :oteme big things. Hi-
I Florida .- ciol flFit n-it ling
*Ia t o p-lailt ai iarl,_- 1, rage to
- 'i-ar 'ante and eret a sugar mill
, hip ik Pxa. tl shat mu' h of lig"
iaId iS iti-L d foi atiiI h- Ia working
along the right line. H P will also
rr. alfalfa and othlier gra'-'as. bplnq
.i flrni brliev-i-r in rai-,ing pjll'nt iI
roii i i frd for ;rt<-.:k The-re is ai a.-.-
]ill] on ile ii l tn . 'hit-ii i- inking
.art of the pine timber A road has
b-,i n op,-npd iIIp to C g,-tR,-lfil- and tolier prodit4 la ,i a i lb
bauled to market
*f *
Jerry McCarthyli and Iil sister have
mnir-hased a homestead nortitwe-t of
the schoolhouse anti will takl r-are
of itl hy .ilpting out0 miorer- pront.
Thero i.. a gunorI log hoset on Ihe
p Ila'?. The Mt-Carthy'v have 3 fili-i'
new aparlmninL house In Miami.
4
R H. Thotuas' e-stlate owns a good1
.llarter of land wesL ot thile bhool
house It has a small grove which
bears well.
<* *
Nelson estate has a quarter
seclion of goad lan.l west of the
,ichotuIlhoii,. There arr- a number ui
nei'lrs, iit nonre of tli-ni l e onil tlie
place. Mr. Nelson died sonie years
ago.

Edwin Nelson hIas a 160 acres
which lie purchliaseil front I lie Drake
finiiber Co. This Is in se : 1i2ii 82
t. *
I',. Lundin has some land in this
neighborhood which be will subdi-
vide and uevelope, selling lithe tract
to Scandinavians.
4
SpenceLr atid Lafollette.t to ni.-n
Ioni o ardmtmu. C'aniada piilreba-.edi
i the Thonmas ittain-steadi last spriu&
inj lj have alr--ady biegiintoo dPvtlolp
it T iti a jre hatv'tri Ig i aIt r-s iilt
'l:[t to gove uudett ll,' Uirietiti'n or '
!r R R Teller. Tilti ilter they
,ill return an. piohatl-.ih, ring other-:
if tlieiri n'ighliurrs tIt ,i-nil it1 ol,.
moths in the sunn o .'i.tiitiland.

MIKE INDIVII)iU'.I, IiS
FOR WINTE'-R l I-I'TORS.
Wi\'ltheli h it ilu'ring v. inter more
aii. I ni-re people Ifroum ilhe Itss favor-
rd stalt-s to the north ot is tome to
Flt ida an dept-nd at last a part
.IN li VtIIIt.'-r sea .on 1in fils glorious
',i I i.o i tile -li, ati l. th ---a
fli'e tiuA wl'iIt-i h-,.)It-Is that line the
coast ii both sea a id oct-an havp al-
iea.-i, t.iiirJ tli-maeli-s In adleri s-
ihg their rebOiLi-. t-.pec.ljll and [the
4-ate gene-itally. among lt- people
ti iIi,, it vi. dci ierh ncit gilo.I A
gllatm nI'uly eio th-i.'e hohli; aiiitl re-
-oItt know already, approimiiiately
boc' min:. gtuests thev sill hate next
',% Iut.-r. t nri' ilie.i ace tolming from
anti how long they %ill renlaln.
This i?. all good IT.e number of
inrrihrii t iitors to Florila naris been
In, r.-aii g Irtfl, year 10to ;:ar The
ien.-tlti thr- have doin-I iie state
lia; btpn large arid iti- .harp the-e
istosra lihave had in bthe development
ofr. th reSour(pq-s of Florida has In one
wa-, and -auntier bee i-j hlin-)t incal-
i-uilable
Still these iqiitors follow the
beaten pa Ltli Th.;'- go fronti hotel
to hotel, from totiin to tiiSn on guli'
an. ocean Trhey -'ome again next
year and tbh-, s-enil th-ir tri-nds.
B it there is ariiher an.i still bel-
tenr eirss of i-itor; hi-i onme to
-'lorida Pa. h winter iUn titreasing
ntnruberr Thee are people of mod-
t-atle nit-ana. .' hlo comne to Flo-'dJ .1t.1t


spend the v. ntiler br-, au'e tor-y aie
induced to do so by some atiquainr- r
anee who is a r-iident of tlh- slitte
These people may go to the tirit- or
rhPy may elect to spenj their tIme
far ,nut in the -lounir%. Many tliie-s
tter r-ourd in prit'ate families ur
small boarding houses. At other
tinit,, thev rpnt rooms or house-s
In all rases thev sen more of the
real Florida than Ithe wealliv tour-
ist who ireads the beaten pAII. aRud
freqilentI, they become home seek-
ere.
Thp best class of settlpr- thIAt
Fboiida hias ever had- has h.i-n hiado
itp of in- il',ip we ho Ili'c e \ istIel te I -
-:a i i ini r t if at llh. in,.italtion of
Oritil t,'qtiri'Jintinrp oi- remlati and
'' ii on i-ai ting tire a-Il'a;rtra '. ilihe
.IniIp offir.; to men of entail and
itt li-ate means .hae I ln\esed in
I l,'rita lio-tn-s.
"l]Iv P -Ople s I.- onil get thleir
tioittl itn tire so. iel v -rolhimn of Ibe
it I' t" shippersrs, but ihev are build-
l t'. l i h at-'
Th. i.>r-)n ihoi t;idirces srITne f'im-
oii tr .m i t I;ui iliial franim a inther
state t.-) ]poii a fev months in Flor-
ida rmaV I, iinno ttI. oninion-
resilih ai material and la trin s-,r ii.e.
-Pensatola Journal

Milami in the future i l destined to
hpieoit a great shii-ping i)-i)inrLt The
harbor t1.ill ai ontnuodate ocean lin-
ers arid freightet-a. and thlie i-rpali
rn l prndiiut; of tht I drained Elver-
glad,; %ill ti e tariied to min,.r coi.n -
irips In retiirn. irnidtiits from the
tropric and the Weaer Indies will pass
through Miami on the way north.
over the railroad extension from Key
\\'esr, by ail of the Panama Canal
The far-seeing mind can easily dis-
cern the pusalbilitles of the future
and build upon them.


.- Block Containing 100,00)0 Budded ;irapefrii anudl Oraige Trees in the HRuine-lerd Niirserlef. t RPeullanid,
Owvned hiy Dan M. Roberts.


REDLAND AS A SOCIAL CENTER

il ? il MRS. THUM\-X BRFXV.R I


In Fetrtuary of i i.i;. the Sil'st so- that Tinipm In i ci hnol itooee. wliere itess of tho. I.-,oni Bros. archItects.
eial organization was fortr edt ill e-l. nd -r, rnil!t t l .a I- teh ; u-. i '-,,,l. Stil- r.. ,re- ..li 1,1 buili a hall 2." ',t
land. in response to a call front the e5r Palm.. Naranin at1id ilom,-oia I feet. wlIh a 1i' 1o)Tar siee and in Oc-
late Rev. Geo. G. Bernard 'larKe. v ere all 'sell renirt-.enlf-d Now i et tuler o t-t rat it -I Ih-l our fir.rt so-
paEtor in charge of b the mlsFion work felt i,.uirEp e It, itll luInt te-I on the cial. a Itallo. e in pirtt, comrriilimen-
of the Eplaropallan church ln south i;cad to hinle-. Ps. tat It oiur mnany fri'end- Todav we
Dade county. Twelve ladles mnet Io- Fh't Oyter.Suppr. gatlr In ', iild Hall muiiacal-. lit-
getber and formed themselves into a Pperarv aud iramtilc talent that itll
iltib for 'ocnal. church and civic pur- Te iTol loiiig -)ear we gave an oys. u.,lltal that of inr., .i large rip. We
poses. rallying ihentselves "The' I'lo- ler tndd lit-i- Lu siippeCi. And ihe ha;e i-aidlii ii on,- hall and rec-ntly
never Guill.1 of Redland. Fla." Irt. vll ti noe of i t is e' lr' il.rget. Ii-io ght atn Ai hoielto piela-"Pi.
Our first social vas a Sllver Tea h,-w feartfl ,F-. ''.prr- of f iliir- foi Our road., thinks to oni r ide-
h'ld at the hospitable home orf Mr. I 03tu'-c v ere ,y/i--1- .beRlien c Ith awakeP commissioner Thomas BiP.,'-
and Mrs Geo. \V. Ko;el. Fill i lihlty ltrain and ioa e1 trp rebt ltillP bpt- r ,tho at or,,-- ,av, that good roads
eople--.men women and nhlldr'i--- i Itni- I i- i-a btt, i 1t anhn beloe I- 1,n and tlenl,,c iof them sere % neeledl We
i ,e .r 'till 1' ]r,1 \,ol oi[.o l l l" r 1 \1t r i "l l -, no at,'," I.," flit abo lt on bi ,,le,
_ra herr-id togethem- that h lce t" iii a1 ppi ehlension '- ,-i- It eric bratne Liira (.Iv act- n r i -'' u-- lit lsh withI 00 bc and
moil light night. and how we dihl pn- ihe-red ilie iiIi-r, rhe-ts-- ii ball t-i ,i I inl yiO t 7 llr,,te andith eae and
joy tisirlng logI-her and ,i jt.s-ie J1 e held in it Thonma. 3 t-%er s hone. l ; nd o are
Lo ithe good thtiiu s prepIrta l b, the a'nd e',e-' nook stud o lcer a filled ;im s 7.
Guild ladies to eat Our honeliead, O t'-hi ha hafr, cot d ot fclks, ho bt ler Organizations.
being so far apalt. It wais .lnost altoe mi e to euo the first f ,.-te. Sin.- Pi--er nld organized I
dat a jonrneO3 oter the so-raIled inuthe Honme-stead roiinuli Iq 1. thr.e I, a circ,.- of VW. C. r IU.,
roads of rock. tree stutris -and1, 1--1 isdoinge a pndi work:a
men cicr-at ur sane of Pna nil-n NO tioso-ceest ohbad our sui hunt-i -and l.imib oh d~gaspeddtvr
meto rctot for some of o atoIu. soc ialc L.e oe, o that I InFs ,'-n tf I Ir,,--p rIus order of Woodmen oinf(he
Or that tdy hre werp but sevenV 1 o :.eah si' e e sarie I. -i -,u e feel justly
,mules and horses all told In our little I r e \'r pi,.ud, '1t M.thndi.t Phurh Soon to be
connmunity. Every one who hal a $ou to.rk. a "esie-lrii- to dusre ,a-r',-uied rand iltans ready lor a sn elto-
mule iln.d waeon, would gather in his $1 potarI t ii c--h buildin4n.d ad a
nte i hUito rs. as he passed on bus sa y to tu nd in t CI t' e r of t t sa r,c:- )ear P e r iro rt lu n, .,n I 'Ini s 0 H a ll A liraes
nei-ois h th a big sse for dt bought the pe.-. .:-i orzslU hal Ii ng ,m I I,, .irri-l, been organized
iths o ale first se-in,- -t No., rnu1)r 14. 1'U., .i ',t, tre.. n-rom the littl-
vna sthe rat3. mind 30ou. in th.' pretty lllP cltear,-I. l built and tl i i t?.;t ict h ai m of thiirn pfopi;l, tl
Our Fecond attempt sa. a Birthday paid for. on th a-re( c-f ground, do- P ol i0I. rPo-, l- i;ap; liten 'n.%,nter
Fart;, of their penny for ever-, year nated by v [r. J 3 i. Baier' a ir-. 'r,- te ate i11 ilt''e- Iooik aIL I see
yo3 01L ar o'd kind That wa.s in the M h at h3as t-ievi a oniplished L:, the
April followingg .and the ladles decid- Biueliling the Guild Houve. man v. IllliI-, tlperi-iil workers In
ed to . you, Ice cream, thirty miles from an houses large -nough tin hi', h to IholdI ---
ice factory, trains runlnlng but twlce our sacial- for "ee nt,\\ gave niisi- Mianmi I ieo' inI the sixteenth year
a week. no wonder at all and only calee and talent of tIhP. Miues had of iiro-.i.-. t, iinnnterrupted and sanis-
onpe inw In the neighhorhool vit a i.omw- troi i theat t-. north ld v.,-'t fa, lor, r : a ili'.v: iq an-l optinmiatic
proposition. But ve 'ere lon irrns 1 tie our nei riL',rs ,and .] friund-t ..;- ', t-i nil1.- -.. 'i dlhll. i oninlent:
and with freezers of all kinds and Ie de tlIed r .in o 'n 191ni 1 o biiild loI tug ini-n c hih'- and intetPsting
sizes gathered frorn far and near. a hall suitable to hold all of our en- rut,,lI, a hluiiL sill reach ouL over the
did give the Ice cream social and tertalnments and through the kind- seven seas.


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Making a Grove in Redlands

Dan MNI. Roberts Tells How It Can Best Be Done-The Red Soil Has a Threefold

Valu?-Lemon Root Apparently Best for Rocky Land-Care
Should Be Taken in Setting Trees.


Terr P ears at.? nu i t..i uatll d lbe IH-l, i to start a t p lrt-e. in tiadi-'l.intiing a t :i-. ;ou should
tiale ti hi lir-'- Ihat a i it.lrahble To start a 'ilOvp' otn the- l aliey land iPle I, alihidd[ir.e of' dirt abo Pe the
'r,..i I nill] I| t- rai, ..,li l tinh- 7 ig -Ji. itlnildll lig Iliit-e i"'ll'l Lt IIn.tlTO.i k or "i'-p lail : oils .i) a ; 1) kep an
,i- k la-I cd O! Ic Vr. r l.tDa oi .rn TItt- II, k. niai.inc tih. hol lri-ni 1 4 lo I -l '-" "'t l'l'. '. 'i nt I tIt,(-. sa ,- four
I.ti'id I iln e'er % nAa dU -ret; ii, flrom i in,-lies dee, i n ci n en re rising Qlop;iqg i tothe- or pure dlir thtni itilli.hing
ir- looh.s. tn I te geut-rdl i |li-a.in i ilt sides i n tip a anti abttlit I lfel abvI- ti lthar.
nadie illon Hih- iniiiigatiu at nras Irde it top; bilut hole ill 'It' rr. 'K, I'e SotteP I erlili/er.
caught i i i i. .liarhaa 'a t i' -.i .aslta i j ,1 rilon-i iu ld ii>u i ia I,- -tilt lio w .-ibc.ut 1- I l oin i' ,-,f t'ertilizer
of ror'k one-hal.io loito .tIcK 0)1 II' nl nti-- should IL- A.kr I I tixed n irh ltri soil
his 'auhi- lah i ti- n -r n i I- ;- so Tih,-n all l.id l til- tin-- ro, k l'diIl-Pil -tit rl :i a -lithu ti i six in,-'l'- to rfine
'r'ulil be bought ii I t illrliailil.,ec rit 0o l,,)t. liin 1u hilt li-i' iii, ii Ptitt.u Ic-,,i di p aid ai t lea r .lnir n ontii he-
loni $.V to $ li pe,- ai r. lil% now arid alitnl 2 ti 1-'2 Ir -T dt-.'., lilt inr-. 11laritI ng aI a tI e N1: mote? I'er-
il. selling at from $. i 0 to $l1ii per ithe,- holi ii aea ain. i iiiE aitlt It ti tilli.er i. ill -I nr .-l- e I intil tree have
n're-. ;J.d tihe % rit-r er-s atn Jiltely tlr lrJs .lint allid l r-tliirl, [ihi ri... l: Il i ll -ii i,_i,,. -o'oi. or ady about
nit reason why it will nriot sP-i for InIll to I l i u ns Ie r l ntI lrt dii ounF f,.uF .hr-e ninrin h Tihen anpl3 about iwo
s2slili ln'ide of three "ear. a1 I--i' ], '.i, tl -.it l- ndIf i. rt-i1 i lit.,i ,s i..i i|i/-r -i-t'ril.hlt ig v n-
uiotks Hild Moliite. i ghe'u1'.. b- i--rr -I. Iat lOtuI -\ inc'lcl's il : itody to two
I" o %e V1-1.ate this t r -tot r II ..sr l,"s-t -ftei' ri a -i i r uIo t., Iote i n light-
The niai;rn q'le-tion v. ill aot jill. li. t ilitti, li -m t i;- ;o.- r' i- r I- orI I Rft nit(.( P thI- lit front aroi-ind
rthe 1 .t,.l dtr) tilt qi]iIil.l> Lbi-.ia'isie till ,i ,lt-n t'ilt-', jrt-' i l i i-a It tit .- iii lies h- tul i r-i tit tii iili,-,I I ir roots are
thlE ;iuaill qiiartiltt i.' -oul. nit ia -i,'e '- bosi- le "et- of Ihnid -.'..,-il ,1 I'I .i -t islall. e 'i tri-. '-1 ili'les.
I.ije ti'_e- to to l sh.ail for a.irnt i.f \a- i As In i ae of rht '. ill-'.' land-s lirt N, ier allo-,il .lIrt n iI ,nilaIn long
rir Let nile airs; --r hi- ,,; u iiuii itll dlie t ltt nt ar.,rii.td i -.I.-- ,I the r,,q-)ii i i it It -. it v'Ill i atti di s-
h., a. ing No. ainil explain il once for itiil ri- 111111l f ull .1id i isiti o i te i. e; -, Pria '. ,c-'. i ii i--ti;er is nm xed
all The rock tian lije toniliaied to All uil plaiit-. a kniov. lia h t I- with it AIi-r lhl- 'i--king tal.;e
Ir.it i-:t o in b. i- in LI-IfIng i ll t lesP .h I, 1P t 0 l. f I .I 1 'I1 1. ill T '. Ji i l I I i ll. i'_'g i.ir iqui. rr rl Vp Orl' ing
riini.lnib-r. 1 ihules, uronm L Ib I- SiZ-- l .i A ,' i-. rr.-idaililtill\ I-,i 1 III1P t [u i i[itin 'i. I' 1ii .i ', .. l iic iind ] ,Pri in-
lead pit-n i to a-. large as a buit el, 0dn1 .n't li-li1',.t hli3-' v ill i, ,- i to-[ : r, I r iti.-nir I]iitn iill c-f ele i iziler
txlet n ling |ierli>.hdh llal "ir l o I 11- -- I ]Irrg eii- i00 1i' l".l I t, III i l | i1l 111 1 rl .1 4l., a. L I I ,I r;g'. i
tireniu suirfa i- 01 thie lant 14i [ it l i ithe a,- litnit as ir f-i t.it li d, tinihll.. I
tt u-c iind rrietl. *'1 Ie tall; it Ji ot i Il.v li \\ ,l l :" i ii~ d-rn 11 li \ a l ,t I Letlli~ntir 11"ill le- I'flq. Rol .1 b il "',. rr ,I~., t:-: ii ll\ r D d
i- K. it ttill i, s.--Pi ilien, n .- u1 iii- i T l n- i lenl. I, ar el, UU l i It I- i .ilt i i t- A t, tart a d.,ing
t im u ulU a froui ln i, io b tt ioni. thiu i, .I- hurt .- i ,it I" t l uitt ,,,I i th Iir.,-i, ilt i-r l r.
k i f 1 i , I I : i- i t I . i, ,l, ,I If- 1] 1 i it lzo .r
IngS lik e a I a n:, n i. b i. ill, I i Ih e irno l llni -ttl a n oI alarig P r ., i I w u it re 7ii -,P nt t il i .t I H.
liu,-itlure to the trili, e atr aIl tnuIet u I t I .E. i- "-h- .-ii t.-!ier ,i .,i ,1 oi0 i ,
I I s r k l in e.' llke ]av-rs ., 1 thhi Ih,-- iillh I-i ,''I. rf ,. : h- t"' s r l- ocki lh% it-rI- i---J ." per cent
If tiu r 1z fIackI' 'I h'a vIt7 Ii11,- t ie ir.-ni I lt- s u ri- boirthur -. ofI.rI -i-i ii- uiu--. iIbs a alEd Iy-
horizontlal, w ith diut betwt en l el l i -i ttI- Ili I I.). itt't.11 ili it i.' h, r i .. i ,- i, ,,, ,,- ,,, l ih, ialy-
iav erB. lih t 0oll-Ilryv W olild be wo s t Ii-- V li c 'f If I iii t Illti i r i i i L i, 1.1 Iar tlpo
less. because. li,-i-, inOlsli' v.otlm d ,' it .itts i 1 c, t h ri,. ro n it 'I i t1 p' l i i- it i ai. l tI tO
neither drain ofr in n floOil "nor riuse in ii ,'t-,i,,t "al. li -nu ', ln ,, : i t t t-I,.ta'h to
"""]aghts 1 n ; ^ ': lI . -.." 'I ; -,; 1;" .1 1 :11 1,..- 'h to0
The. il %. hi.[I ill- lIPS,, ipr.-p1"n- i";i |,, l ,l ru, I ,, lliu,n,, .-, ,,li l i i 1' 1- ,'hi l, l l i i, l'r, o-
tiliilar holes in th I ci : i. a e ,, in D tat i i ,, i ;-., li,,-e are t iil-in I I r I ,r-ir- '- lut- anrd 'S i'tem-
hea\ v. pasty, red diii. about ilip samte I jus large ]ia tr.- ic lifi n ., ite I tst l , -r.
I Clo- r as retI G -orgia clav lit the airing tlit it r n i.r > ,iit v.h lt i i .li,.. 1 "'': tli., tlitn u Ilu --tion
anal.- s ,- 01 the [tw o are \-.>s ly dil >-I t '.ie n - r t -nru ntiri- tris n .' i <- rir .- i ii' t i >o af- of
ent. olil. and are- slti!l i g i, -o. in, million, it ] d' tli.Tl. il fl.' n 'aL matter ofnd i
Thileefold Vialue of Ilhe Hourk. wit uil t an3 at% i l otion TI" re i ,O. t 1,0 Uiii.I t,,1.,J I'. lit hity grow-
tithe r inl-, ial cll3 l' r ,_,uh f h i ll ]n.i -. Iil t)-r w
The rock is valuable l for th,ie- piir- tro rk l ialnlt, i i 'l- i.--i, lt itt-, lti t. l rdpr-'"
poset,. First, it oitO alns eleel rntP s to, Ot. Ois li I Io ,, O io hg ,i -zl Ir, raking
fertilize-. Second, it acts mechant'- 'I raniplnuullin d tl tnt ( n-ata.e TrPe-.. ililli on 1 til,.-- r rn.t:. .i 1 v ll as
ally to keep l ie hea\, lptti t soil '.istsi,. ig tl .i] ,l it l, hl t.- -i i tr.int ii's ,15 "ta '-u ia--iLi rni`
from n rt-king. Thiird, and 0ost 3al- lTlantilig i- IiP ire iTi t I ilt. I Ill IP 'Ie I 'l') T i, e. [, 110'4 -i_, u-,iii -ice- sary
llahlf- ot all. it br .igs uip atl.ndant orf a ire.-',a tIe fl TIlils ti-on'l al n-in [.l 1 it r1h l u ko -, I .. It ltll t-.t: I 11.1 .11 i illha.
m olsttire at all tiumn -s if Il I' a.- iti rtii sat ii r i, [ t, tij al ii1 1r i Ilt-,, i ti rhI i ', lJ re : i n r- i t ri,,' V Iif- l i.rf I iu no ch
made It, but the blasting of lhe I 1-ri'err ruilthil ibi- ire a- i h -it Ii-f ,+ ..,v \ii. In'i ishon ilh be
lal surface iroaiira-it w th d'. natnlte I..-,nt.ltli-ieil tit s' -n-n i-ll li al[,_- I tll'tLi-,ltI dll]' hro i,-ctt i t'i,-f [i e--s are
wolld entirely rtiiii it, as it outhil SgPliler vlill i-,qiinre t Ia[I .t iti-,- yrar I rl' nli" J ii nat lpa-[ i --i,' i r thr roots
ianjish I'lt-r Is I.; i0 I-atler itn the :ii All till rlng in \ti, iutil a Ir r h il- hav ,' 1 r l-i .i. i .i.- Iu. liiJ. hluJ thrPi-6e
face. h i( far ia l i.ull i ilJi.'ed ia r-,i'.d .ii I n r .1 .li 1 i .:ttiTit -lii i.i, li:- sli:hlli w.
It is always true that larger n]an- i liierv. is ulr'at.-d, \ I, Iiial.e .in.re -, -ePli-'liTI <.f il.nil.
tlIeS of soil ate ,utnI iin tlit sitales i l,.Ii-., nI1tt. into tli. t i on.lit.n i The l.t-I, i-.L1 i C-u[ l.an .1 n lower
or valley la.c-, all throtiugbi tie liln.e callepil iiitl.uliid In lihs i .inditiun I D'adle -ontts iS a rtatr- r hardly worth,
ro-k district. The higher ree-fs andt ir will ntur gru- with its top but v.,- l 1 uen-titiliting at! ihter. i, n., tai,- at-id,
hills show a dec-rease in soill. Still t ontiliUtie T puit our slrtilt, hr:rnm its and thIii- s il atoainII- i iron, lime
thore ate nrio hill.; of any f-otnlc liente l.,i), All rli it tan hi- i,..tie 11v tb 'tii '' :iitJ ihlit. tre|i[i, MI.,-.t -f [ties. ele-
and ile ent 'e t-uotl ry is it ei- near a Iree is to rt iil It toll off allu Itiali iiIllsa al' flitill if n (lihe io,:l, -sltr-cl-
'vei Ip a pli r. Ih ii- latt- er 1 ie.


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PAGE38. HE T"IAWT M~hOOLIS SATRDA. NOEI~EER2. 112. E-L?------IN,-E---N-4


A This


beautiful


lot facing


East at


home ready for immed-


SLocated on a
the junction of


street and the Boulevard.
7 large rooms and a bath.


corner
Second


2 toilets.


40 ft. veranda.


Home is located only 5 blocks south of the Bridge cross-


ing the Bay.


Act quick.


Terms.


Price


- $7,000


B Exceptionally


I am making special efforts to handle only good salable properties in this section.
tity of listings in this section and am only featuring some of the best:


C


D


160 acres of land, deep red clay soil, one of the most famous homesteads $8500
Roads close to school house.
roads close to school house.


120 acres of the finest Redland soil, good timber, small house, 6 acres of grove


acre of Avocado Pears.


E
F


All for $6500.


fine building


lots,


in West


Edgewater,


full size 50x147, all modern conveniences, sewer, wat-
er, electric lights, telephone and tropical shrubbery. $500-$750


Only 2 Blocks from


Biscayne


Bay.


Terms 10 per cent. cash, balance


monthly with 6 per cent. interest.


I have


aq


on three(


now bearing.


Terms.


10 and 20 acre tracts at prices from $10 to $75 per acre.


60 acres of


land in heart of


Redland


including Oranges, Pears, Mangoes and 13


winter--2,000 boxes on the trees.


Act quick.


District.


Fine 9


room


year old grapefruit.


Price


On easy terms.


residence,
Will give


and 10 acres of g


revenue


of $2500


$10,000; $4,000 cash, terms on balance.


Splendid Business Properties


For a few days only I am offering 6 lots on 6th street, being a portion of the old depot site.


fers better opportunity to the investor than anything of a like nature in the city.


This property advertises itself, a


Call on me for prices and terms.


The finest business corner on the market-100 feet on Avenue C, 160 feet on 10th street.


This corner is two blocks from th


depot. One block from the new Government building and only two blocks from all the banks. In direct line of all traffic.
next 30 days $25,000.


I am offering 25 feet on 12th street, running straight through the block to 13th street.


Only piece of property having facing on 2 streets.


Building is 25x70 and rents for


Pri


$1500


Price $22,500.


300 feet facing the new depot, 100 feet on llth street, 100 feet on 10th street.
only $32,500. Terms.


23 acres of Bay front, 535 of riparian rights.


The opportunities on this property are enormous.


Cheapest piece of property on the coast. Between Buena Vista and Lemon City.


This beautiful


home


situated


100x500.


lights, sewer.
8 rooms and a


tiful tropical flowers and trees.


on Brickell


Avenue.


$


1


All riparian rights, water, el


bath.


The most I


Owner can give immM


iate occupancy.


occupancy.


Price


$11,000


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AA./(


203 Twelithl Siptre


t, Under Halcyon HallJ
ot, Undecr Halcyon Hall


4


Redland


Bargains


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VAR,,:.:. .. 5


REDLAND EDITION, SECTION 4.


PAGE 38.


PAG SS.


THE MTAMT METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


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cross

One


rove,
this -




nd of-

ie new
ce for

a year

Price
M

;12,500

_ot is
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beau-
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fDN.. E DITION. SCT
v' EDLAND EDITION, SECTION 2.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATTURDAV NOVETMRW,. 12.112.


Walter Waldin in California


He Writes About Conditions and Makes Comparisons With Climate and
Crops of Miami-Spent Several Weeks on the Pacific Coast-
Is Convinced That Miami Is the Best.


I Imagine a lIttle story regarding
my views of California might inter-
eat your readers. I wish to submit
the following:
t nppe your readers will not con-
sider' me a knocker, my motto being
that if a man is not satisfied with
the country be is In. he can easily get
out, as railroad tare is cheap, but
as every school child becomes ac-
quainted with California conditions,
climate and soil. he is bound to be-
come imbued with superior Ideas re-
garding California.
My own ideas regardign California
were such as' to lead me to believe
that It was one continual paradise
of tropical fuana, and v. ith few ex-
ceptions the land would be in a high-
ly cultivated state. I find i-n regard
to this that we have no apology
whatever to mak-e for our little na-
tive state ot'Florida. I say little be-
cause California is the second largest
state in the union.
Found Some Barren Wastes.
Entering from the Oregon line I
found great valleys which seemed to
be first cousins in banrene.- to the
Mfojave desert, the grass very sparse
and parched to a pale yellow color,
and very little Indeed to encourage
agriculture there, with great large
aueas which will no doubt forever
be of no value except such as could
be found in the way of minerals, etc
I found this condition also in the
southern part of the state., and as a
whole I think we have a great many
more areable acres of land In our


seems to sweep in and o.ut at will,
and It is nothing un--ommonrt to ee
steamers in the Pacidc disappear in
a bank of fog. only a short distance
from the shore. This in itself lends
a very dreary aspect compared to
our own conditions at home, and
I wondered on several oc-caslons if
1 could just turn over a leaf and
picrure ourmocean with its clear and
various colored casters anI sky which
we witness so often that we con-
sider it a matter of fact at home.
Feat Earthquakes.
I was greatly impressed with the
wonderrful harbor facilities at Frisco.
I think the government survey gives
them 600 square miles of anchoiung
eui face iu San Francisco bay. and
were it not. tor the fact that there
is a :ontiuuous threatening cloud in
the shape of an earthquake hanging
oter their heads, this '-ould 110 doubt
make the second iarge.t city in ihe
United States. Onl-, two weeks be-
fore I arrive, they had another
threatening earthituake. I was told
by local people that this last quake
hadl been an up-and-down or -issing
moti,:ia ,and had there been a littl,-
Md? shake to it that great disa-ter
'ould no doabt havte p-prlcauldi
Of course. the Fiis,.o papers do
not make any parLii.ular attempt at
a iveartlsang these little iatastrophes,
but It i.t a matter of of i.&iord that
the- city has noit regained its original
qimoto of people an-i that the soulrb-
ernmotat r ties as vell as Oakland
have profited theret... the latter city
having doubiedJ li-r population sint-e
the great Lii'astor I found the peo,
ajle i momnrft throughout the city.
They have reatiz-d tihat ihe -afest
place is ir tbhe large doorways cov-
ering the streets, and when that to
them v.ell knov i runboli pne noise
appears they all tlosik in tile door-


Scene on the Miami River.


home state than they have in Cali-
fornla.
The qne great iry that ris-es from
all portions is water, water, %atemr.
Give'them water and thev ,'an do
wonders, but lirre is where the rib
c' comes in, they havre noti got the
water:. True, the oil that has, been
recently found w tihe Liat,? hai-, niade
it posalbleto entertain the pumping
Proposition adr1 land romnpl-anlet
S spring up throughout the stale % hi,-it
S are well repr-arseut-d in ee'ry laige
tewn in the .rilted States clhamiitriog
great results timiO thea,-, Daiten a. re-s
which they c.laim can he ntadc atall-
able by digging '.colIls and timnil.1ior
water theremom o-'er the zii1raund-
bng land. I often --onder ..hat. their
would give u1i f'or our surplus of rain-
fall in this irntere ting election.
But even after thet have ar great
expense put in the-r deep ic-sl anand
large pumping plants, they still have
this dry climate to contnj uuith.
Which seems to do its lpvel best to
eat 4p every droi of mal-rture that
presents it-Plf anywhere. The le'-vs
of the trees all appeared in a more
or less parrhed and very dirty-Iocol -
log condition. Only here and there
did alralta fields show a bealiifuil
green.
.A Hnzy Almosphere.
This drealy i-on-litito is addition.
ally aliugmente.h by lie hazs. du-t,,
smoky atmnirslhiei t 'hi-r n tP -enials Inl
S previl at All timnie itt all iti taortjs ot
the state at il?, rim1e of tlii -ejr
At no time dining I.i,' entire s-ra,. in
this state v'as tie atm sphere iis
clear as we hate -,n an avr'-rage three
hundred dais in thr- .year in o.ur
home country.
Not on,'e during my l.tay rmr.il Id I
see a. ship dl-sal:pear ov-er ti- h-,ri-
zon of the Pacii.- o-:. -ii. a. w.e -'in
witness etery day at [Mianmi The-re
seems to be an alnior-t rinniTaii-iJS
bank-of fog over tbe- Pa.,'if,.-, which


-. is, the mi.ldle o-f the itre,?ts being
the most dangeroLc plate. part. u--
larly .%heIre there are high bnt,.l-
ings.
A Plucky People.
They are ,rrartaiuy a vrl t r, lJuci
p.eopl- tor they are domre ,-mider'
ili bhi.i- ing up the ,J.tt';o\-,J part of
the citiv. hired that all-idti to th-
ea-t.hqiiake lo a Sail Fi tt- ii-:,:oari
'Ivas 1it'-e waving a ir-- ilag in a bull'h
fae. Thev i t.a.. 't%.aHL to talk ahil:,ur
it. I nis f-ound that three ,a .- ,-m-
siderahlt m rivally b' -i-.i-,,[ iiu-l- It.-
ing it F titi-.tit. iLO ar-i icr- -oiiuih-
-rn tparr -jf rite s-tat.-. rn-I ui el.rh-ard
a I ,mi gt h,, it.ii utiii,:l lit h t'le-an I'[ .-
sr-titatit -r t n1i t-il thl- e li-i luIl-
-t th co itr, r:' \ while a-.h Iad tli-ir
Food r,-int, to bring rip. triu' argu-
mniatt i aed, :o ivat: 11.1 at I tv'.-i:
atIrai.J at tim.- that hi-,- --u-al- oui-
to t.oinz: It ptt nre tern' mu- h in
mind of what some nt tn- peop-ji in
the rnortbern part ot onIr state rial n..-
do to u d,-own here at Miami. -.,hn
thp, tell the r,--,squo aa-I oa'h.r-
irondrttl! .ih tor es wL, ich h a ic ,l'-'o -
e-d to ,e detrimn.ental to iIr nin-ter-sti
I v,-; alu,i v-r, mu,-n 1 inipre-:e.d
thb ti ,- falsehod-. thai had bi-en
tla l iniout iiour sat a- nIring Frank
Cl(r 'n:t Lamjprileni. 'ini,-I als. ri e erPat
ICnjiaStli e that had he-rn !i-nt iir.,n
uis tr, thr-ni. Nlr-Ju'. ,.!e?- otn sa '.'iX-I
atilied re i tlv in. r-aeaid ci thil., arJd
it ha hao dr.,iibt .'-t a elootn oier
Cu) i' n trl i f.ulmu 'tlL Wiii tll ie.-ir I.--
entirelyi i -uit--l
Thrce i-i- ,t it aipf-irsa fifteen
h-iuitdrrd ieol-Jile 1;il!,j ii i .rt Fran-
-:is', o iliii ins t e q- iake, hilt I i. :
til- h. ba l o-lj re.-,l-rnt thati haid tbp
qial: --.om. five h i'r-- liter. 'I ti-in i
the miorrnana. that the numtl..-r kill-
.d o uld e.i-i.ily have rea3rh-di hfiee-P
rh,-usanJ. C',:-m!rg a' it .il at thiu:
early hi r i r i ghtiu 11,;-Istiv : -ri'.:
nt'-n. tanitr rs :-r,, I wis tr,'t. oniy
rreently that in- ,leaning up the deb-h


.: A Group of Seminole Indian Women;
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ris that three ;kP-eletns had LE an "
founit, showing that ith--re are '11 I, |.
Liany toaLt hba-a not le.en a-.,ountedi
for.
Shipping Inncrt.ets Large. l
In pit,- of the r.atasT rol-tih th,
large ships entered the harborr ial-
most during and dirertl'.- aft-r (lite
disaster dulniplig rthteir aroee, li-
rectly tI the ,hlure in ,.erraita li-
i..tn:.-- hnerr- rt.- dou i-s had be-en
deimtrovyei. and it seemed as though
it did aotl pat an, (-he-.k -vchart-.r1r
m-pon the ,,r-ln eil e entering there
Ly.ing in your bed there earlv in I
tbe mrnoining, the first scal.)ditId that -
greets yotur ears is the almost 'i- ,o-
titInuous voting of the diff-rent ttg
boats anJ .teamers that v.orl; and en-
ter the harbor. It is a ver:.I mticial
sound and in itself sets you to tlitnk-
lng of Ta- itPlernse amount .,t traf-
fi. that niu.t ent-, i ther.-. .ci'.-. lit-
tie boat, bhoievei., seems to havt a -
whistle that i.-, altogether out of pro-
portion to the as1e of rte ha3t and
I wa. surprised to find -one very
small craft that seemed to try to -
imitate thli- roar of a lion rather .".
than the uit.o e appilrlat, l peop of
3 t ,1ii e.
lisap pointed at FinlitioUnS.
Groinog south orn the coast trip trom
San F'arJ C .),o I, l ti.i .till disappotint-
ed to a great xt'-nt.in ibe reandition h-
of th- s. l anid gnr.rIt atl- e.-- mraqc.,
of ther coL n 'y.. I ,to mun.i the ,e-.t
parr of tlie agni. iLurai l aeb tIon sit-
uated oil lamd.i that lies l ,.I and en-
tiply situilar to the EtergiadJes. in n
aco tar that it -eenie.I to) b' only:, a A an-Sl.aled \lk ,n
lew feet to permanent water I.t-l. ------r.--..--
This peitains atarti.:ularlv to mth's naiL'e, state ot iloxa, and it ase- ul
Oilintry, aProtnrad San P.t-Iro. whi-r tri- t ha ,t .\%callthy ulasi- as '.,ell a. thid
imnmen;e quanludliiities of oft marl-like .-tr-one .uina -a.. u k,- i, aill ,it.Le
mIud hias I een iijiui.l, O up from the to tci, part uti rtie outinry. aid l-
hau .ir S .-nit e-t-tl n m.Iiivn dollars re.3-nt dn p.._til.i. 1 :i u. I' lao%%a ..bhi h
have been e, -riOn-d in itht- hreafcl- \i.a, exposed at t1i. la-ti .rclitn1 ,>in
ealer alone. an.] th-v i:ate not got tin _ieto.,? ea.l.lv ,-_... a-.-, oiitei t'o!.
vern, aiuch ol a harbor .it that Th-c Irate the most ttinmitr unll r .l 'i-
Turing to tire agricultural propo- gettir people bere Ihi, I ound an,'- Ia
litlion, I found thbi i 11iriouriring ivh%,'-i No l i'opotiriun i -t.f i-s to Iu ai
country oh b vern iIJnetei'stint ., The too Itliffi ull .r funthem t0 uLIi.leriake.
niost intensive cu-lture i- h ere pra'- and I am L isuri- ti..t hal l 'Ce onl!. a
ticed. The orange atnd Englisitai jriec,:ta m- of tlh' ,r--uLg2 1and mone-.'
walnut groves as well a:s other trtl that has It-en -exptnml.-I. --ic orV. i
grove Ipropositions appear to be country v-.un iiiho'"- ui t. ;- nahut,,h
taken care t in the vely lhest ,os- ,:Ltt. e degrE.i- ,tith ith i geher'l .i sible manner. It appamrs that. ther-e kate andil rainftdll to a-:-I-
is not a weed there ht he :-clrn on Big Thing.; Ahead fur Miannii.
a whole forty a. rr-. Thil, -.r' i-l.i-),l Tehin e i, no doubt nihtl er in i
lowea'o i-r, ita a-l.y exlailn it s tLhe n\v mind bLut that se in th- south-
lack of raihtal a-l nt1, ,a-trFlit a iiia1-t tm, se d tin i -t m i-
seeds I rum coning Lt1 and in fa,:t co t L tate.. are un the :-.e e l ao
has a. t-ndency to d._tro.. mteevis al- ,en p. -.ai'-du,. term ,ii ve.irs. Our
Together Th,:.ise aras ata.- f l L,-ed ,, ,j nt v i e a, from a oorairlii al
at interval; and are iiruedtaa. -l at- tamdpinLrmt.1 lte mat' ad-.an-
terwards c.illlivated, thus pietef.iting tapes, soa to nem-ntit-a our ilnmal.-
all gtofWh of weeds aod gen.vous boll. II strIle me
Au enterprising Californian tried that with the pres-ent jiiiidux olt 0loj.i-
to inLt.eresl ntrue in En lih ialnii t laIlon to out i -tat ih t .'i. r gr....til
iroli,sil.ioit ariInd tied to asurt- me will h \(. vc i. m h niole lapids thitan
that a tree that. 'b I pointed Oit to ha. ,.,er taken pila,.- in ,ntat-I h rri
mlii ad pl t o] i l.Led :J $ ijli 't\OlC b rih f Cio |f-c.rilaj. i'h. i;I-r.--nrag,- ol tatl-
l'nglihilt walnuts the previous sea- ure nill c.ittinuilly grov. l-i as
su It, a .-'urn g rne that the trmi,., had ji,-,pl,- lie. i.,- lri:ttn'-ra. a (- litii .ted v ith
even a larger i-rcol) on at pret.-es t ,.ondlitlons, aln-J \-. :,i- wvi L -? 'd I' u
I led hil the p1 .i-e he I o tit edi iliti 'ai- a tat ,t.. .,er a.eni 1-it keri,,Lk- [
tor rLi-e t1t1 ati1 d h e aI suolrt- ie ,-I 1 e aie n I i pto i.to n o0 ruPle-tl-t
it .i ,- ". .ei pc-i- pe o, nd t.liiole- t ra t- i u... t -,. I t, i-"l'': (rIL"I
,Bai- i clij linn i haI.t ii'tui' 0 t knO n .i-as'- u i -1iiiL'..h al ii ,II,.1- i I-I 1'.d. r' t L.
that tit-; i i hll h r bi b U_-ht or t Lu .tL i hiur. 1i imI open it- blit i, ;I)1 di ri----
l'-=-, tt'a..' an1it 1h1. an I oft- I o i t ,.,p ,- "l ti- zl.,i L.act I i i ''p.-' it, '
S a (l r th.tt the' re wet' ntot a rit denoliJutdied v \ ;II li t lt i Ft4 1.1ihel il e an-I
,,_,ll- i t ir p eemn C llit l :li ll ie,- e ?. I ', ii i I' li iin it--se ,1 ti'At i[ ,ri atii,
o ni n.i lr o i r-i )h: Ia blimitinga tlim ,io l f'.: tlulti oii.- .,iii r' lll h1.1 o l.li t
-tlilL! .h, I u I tt t to to tC, th .it ie. '.A t rn,. a .1- -. t.t fc n..mi. ,j.it.er. N i: PIrl, t -,, t n tu ir.itt 'i l It y ert tI ,
Tialli A CKt.O)ili itid .lit ,nD. (.iood. t ,1, P t i. ii h hi. -t I,- t i -u, ,ii 3 i'l.; : -
I iLu i4, titil. l.ciii ti-.iOu tlr ti t,_ c t ait, 1 -. X Itl i oI tin, ut-!!it 'iuil"'.-
i, runti, artLind L ,:. Anlgpi,-s trhe bist ',lha arn.J 1 l it ii itt irl, ii IPt', ti.'
t h i 1 t ih \ e .- I. I t .. h,1l hy V. t h e r m. . m u.- t ,' _,n!i !.. l i- 1 .- r1 1 u li ,n -
U .: I t Ih Il ee ti u iiri I t iiiI -0t t.ii a r, d uilt iiU all hiA- r Oil i ii .u iL-
oatl el--i. nrr hes i. i,- iL'. e a' t ,it_- r il t I e I lia r- a a :iii.i ,' [.Ir \i. ltiiI
[ rc,,,ri -t s ,1, ,, 'p -. I ] I t i i nL : \t:,lrjL l ', Ii,- hi':'' nt jl-;,:- hr, i ]', lr,'!^ i vii h *'at-
t. t i an. pi- a-.ii-_n muri', iii T,,n hl tiL e. i d r3mou:r i in ,I o"' uit.rim Im'Ies :.1-5
L p l-" a' I L i % l t i a ih'l -- L o -I A n -.- - -"- .i i ,_l t a H t i. --ll t .i eI i
I a'r- liJ i- l t 'ty .:, l i_- -11ilar B p '.- l i-tl liti.' l i i'-si -,nr:. tI. a nr -.'.r
'-a, -.ne ,Jolid[ , ...ira r-,.. i %e a r-o-l.eilt) (jno ing. I
--at in L, It- ...i i Ii" tul. ri L[ can s i' li tL l .O 0 r
lia.e oon, m t,ir tilt% i- ,Liacnt: ThIis I rs, l,, t .- i l il! i ,uri i u r
tl .p l t il l tiP it ,. a nl. t ilre t tl,. o t i i r w ll u i
riti i r, t Iha 1,111,t ini B
5i- ri t .e1 .- ,ii -i .a .te p ai th l i mr ., l ini,, u uiir" ^ .i m s -u rit t h s r-n" I i -, i.
ld .-l r r,, A n g l -. t-,r i aJ.-, l.-h e I h tIL bent aI' > l r 1 iJ.l oti -

u i-i Iim rit h a tia it. n-111
h le a ,,itU I -i,:;,-, t .i tO a-li t,,[Ine it LL." a n a i T" -J i l- t Jr' tu;i e
i ,- e n. e ra a n t-i t n i l- ,J it .- i.n ,J 1 -- r -" ' , r u *3 r l ^ l ^ *" o i 1h i
S i:r,,e th ,Ie I ar -a P i t-t, i r a ,n .a ., i 'ii' i-bll l n li'e- h '-:,p| ti,
tt 'v',1+ r .A l.,h,..o,, 'n. r LerL ar a ,,n- .,',-.. tht-. L, L] and1 [i- -i i t,.l!1 'i
\,-Lier. [n.ILl,,11 ]n -e.eum r0 ad1d ,,n- help a t I-. T,:, I"-a - nh.lropt:
,,j r;,i-,l i.-- ,. n..e h, [.,i r r,-,, p.0,0o -,- ,,Oil: i "*~h bv t O!PL J: .I'3 \ "; -,IEt .^ l ,
t,,,.r a ever ,ne e .-b t, n-,,, r e a l- -n i l r c'r- 1 t '- I-a

,_ltern ro ,t in d [r h,',ur.- and are ^ 1' e** Pa-1;l. I,, n l 11='l re 3 tr, *" ,,* r I-3
S'.,i tell dr-ae All ,ntere.etiniut place-. h Pi jite- aill i c i- i 'S rim] u-a-K
rat thhs be a ,,-n ,rh" a vi ,' nulmin n -,1ti.t e ri- r n -i all ti-ie,"
.Ljr.,i a d :i ti -', _-Iit i ,ale d n ti .- ,
--ntt-1, E 11",nll-tuinuru ,,ialin.'ql, U here,- lint-,-ring that i 1t .ua-.sac',, It,, lr,',-
b', ,,,*nx ed ,lh in'1 LI -1i t -I ma. t .c. a tP tl lh-
-. .i' .,J.. rJita-I_ t i .ii lraniru tie ill"r], llanin -
Oni e om he ti a-. Itcrt1ised and i. an-l a ihi.n raril an-i or.I i .-t',- ->f
nrm u.. a art i i tie [Ila : s 1 i i ,e A d-o I- .i n ,- i .,? a n il ,a L p: '=
til Biusi h So.f n -r Carle-r s o an i tr, ,on I a; thiat '1 ill ni-,teal -
ii 1i1-e i lno)'.t ti-,le artI npear Pasa- I,, th 1.I, aro b t vr la ioh it
dcii.t T tilr-rtn .e I.rli-e :t.eintle b. -Ih,:, dioe an' I'I.- te u ,?r ,l,,wn t 1u. i'i
r. t t]l ii.>ti- r'i a ,- rt i\ al i ti. b a n r ll i --. iii tra ,iii r .1 d I;.r tm a.. -,, -
hlt.iti- .inI Ihi. uu, -noi her.- h .,i-ie- 1,Ih.-h L1s fatn Bi] t.-,
null] I was tieacit. ulatls Liiipr',i .-,- It is htia il., n ,-' ,-'anry f-uoto itou r,
iiv.th l la-1sto ti --aa cic'. an throiigh- -dd th-,t I a.-t1, ml,0, S I Ir1v3--, v
a- thi i a n [- ,i 1 n ia oe it i, n ri'rii',h ir nile-- nt -i l nh1i i ahnll t Our l I,
r LJt 1 3rl- % I '.= nl :,j n ,-r(l t m petatie i-u n -ing th tis y.I n re: irt,,yr

large r, tiil,, e 1,f iab.-ic-cu at i. 0, I'K ri r
,," t,,,-tl I., thiis pt-,i.. t-hut ILle..,' W ALTER W AI.DIN.
l}a\e niliing witr.t-ini rr1:" (i-tr gir- _________ __ _
uirn i, ai'. ind. t ,, ..-rs-,ll prop,-
caie- neat .liaiatji n ti, t I T--iunk RE-'iL VI.ar'E $i.?5,0001,000.
It e I'[aril lieo n -,t:ri t-rty s-.an.l h nb 0
i''o.i.'ilith r inre,". O ILl h irtone inte-re.tl
Sin,: tha i .i l tiung nthat r I v. t ne: vsed. n If nmr-rucn t in I.Il"Pali -lrn '[ i- i '
ir.- tiLauL, t cuT Los A\IAA ~ Omar I u ?skh ', e ) it:n a,- tr L t rin, .-it,-ii
, tli t.tf, ,[ ..m -. I1'_- ti ,-)rl.: t I'"a it iiouilul tirobiL. I' ra -P. tlel.
il,.- i-itir.' n 1 i.! itia ns Jit ..lich nJ;or1 i,-,rno , ,-rir = ,'- 0if !' ", iti\i 11 A'.
in",i.a.jl at u.[.-inl. aa .- iire utilti e i -i. the ,ittt,'lirl I L. t i. 7.) D
:-,ntg hear, ari,, i.t a-.,, it all tKn at-i, Ta'x A.-\ -'-Or [ ,'tinih slate; ituar
Slic te II L atd Anlela Ii prOsl'ts, I i'i*:lrt4 I, ntl,, .i :-:e- ,l It ifl_-.ttlii,
I vlh i;. 'ri ., a pIi-,aU r ,r1 e i i-toif tt It i i-.all i' l e...
Gi'al.,.- Fruit GIose.- The f'ed1 1,.v.ian: tit.!- r lo'.'. t the h
Itn 'J :.. l -ir ti iii.- t.r.t]',,. Irmutt -cro;-es '.i hies as a:lSa '-'ul-d '.-In twj ,"11_', 1,-n tn I
tn _ii nfer.- ri .enIIon it t h- ,:-,-thern ji. .1.1- tiels- both real a i r.ud i.-onalt
part of 111' stat,, rtcolj not hel- Real eSldte ............. . .... ..- 2 '
bu! ntIt tli tL' I 'i jlid tai-ta -ii one Pei. nal .. .,.*i
single- spleinmen from Dad, ,ounry. E r". Railroad"l ,ropanv ;. 7' [
an-,a rn.l.r it t' v-a\ ,f .-nnrtl.. an rn/Lap F-ullma- Car iornirc hy ;. ,: _-
the man; ti--is arr,-,'in tT]le,- as I inter O0'.-.n Tel.glrapli t_-'. 11.. -. I,
aim. 'iire thr.r ii, \tr on.iert'lr dirk -
gre-n rata and b titI' yellow Total ................i i-i ,, -.
,iru t '.v utl.i sli- aw u p \ c a n\ con lL _.-
i.ttily atii--,ja the idilistV anad r'rttrher From thi1. as ietsflent taxe-i ill be I


m!e. -Inficne. dcinrt- fnruitr and foliage ,Ieriv d as follows'.
whi h I -aw their Stat . . . . . . ... $ 5 7 -
Onp wc)n lerfil Ifart that impr.s'.- County . . . . . . 2 '.S ii) 25
ed itself very much on my: mlud was Special school distilci... -2.9SS 3OS :
this, that almost one-third of the I-
people of Los Angeles are from my I Total ................ $2-In,14 07 u


-,A


Ie l oial P.arn ('i)ijundLs.


DADE ('OL'NTY's CROP
OF (GRAPE


FRUrIT.


WAthin the J pat -few vee-l: thr-re
has htrl as-..uial eil niaites on tjhe
:rop otf giaive. f'iiit no. on the trees
in Da&,- uiLi.Ltty. Itr luiiSt be reetiiirt-
-,erel that haI. eton :.e-r;, ago t'lp..?
'a. n-oi .t I ritIIIImeriiapl r:pV-.j fruilI
-moc iii Ph'te LO-.ittv. and so far as
ae all learn rt tia t tuiJ e iric-ie v -an
not. a. buii1tl!- bOx of giape HInit ship-
r'(,J out of the :olinty. The groves.
thliat ar boldiniilg the -1 t:ip of fruit
'av 'l l h-.:n ilatit-ci in., thie time
r, lieti itt l, 1h,- *- -ittt.itut- o eiier
o V.a -- tiadej ', -.taLpt -Franil; aion.
-a -i-r nerljtr of tieI lnr-krarge jcrmi
of JauJudon Brt rh-rr CaF r .1tsdilin
I- ql',i as e-s-o f- al ijil > oii rt 1 aid
"as hti.v. ti.hi li tC.P-O I a Jrute-, in tna]:-
in- UI iis iseitniar ttman an\ Gtiher
,ilt y ill the' countyy
I-It e'timaie is thit thr-re will bh
Shitu,,at fr-oni [i a~i. ti_,ott:.' .:.ii~l~liuil
---'i-s... from apn -i cou tsiy .i'C.an
P:.,'.- of pra[F.-,'r,i it tliL r-at-.r-n. or
. tie thi.' rnhitrtn-r c-f L ,.e, tl:sr '\aR
',1 -'"'i la -.t e ,- r "I'h l ,h, I r .t ."
JAIr 1 1~ 1 C, H-l i m ain .n .:ii ., ir
l i, t . l Oit li to i i-i ,. I t t. 1
M '-h .' ,,1 -hie L' .- Is v 1i l it, hi .ir
l rt i r nit.., i- I .. ;I i. .i ., I-.e -l


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n.r.. .-o-l. / e i Azhvill1. N .C. t rt. e. Buffalo. N Y., Elkins. 'W. Va.,







onIt n 1i:a ,i-r tnirilin riu cti-ratuurethanMiami.
l -i ,-, i .lea- lt -. ran... -'" t .:-t -.- .ir,'- a i..y City t 'e nite- Sta-' s. ex-pt Key e Fla.








10 -r .asar-in-." are le -ilp ,_a-te.t .1lia /'.I -e -r1 -1'-rit10c. Of-lite : tit i 1-. --. .-inches. the greaterpart
i ze h Pin I n-, i k la-, t i Ii. --a t or-tit si r, t otii In "he ears without
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crnei.Iottnto-a tr h-.1-.-'-if Q--- r hari ,-L. rcilt. 4l '_- I -Y t l Iiit)]- [It ltUrrit-i. isi aind] theM' oumintmnher the
"!'I!-[ i ait m-er -t -rea--; plant-ied in v it b. Thti l-1a--s tt i i." rii 1--V i.-arsi withIturnitonen.the rainy-sea-
Fi' ure L h.: r:.il|',, .d', .,p.. 1 e,:,:. -t.I o 1 itr .- r .r r : ,i.iriIT ire on record. Below-zeo-arl .
Orl, I, ,,.oth.=r >-]ii,:; -1-.i-vq *.iHe,h 1'..h rt n A r.ph vill^, N. C Ed^.t,tp)rt. Me Buffalo. N Y., Elkins. W Va.,






i smut s -i i A a't i ,.l n l -, h i i rcit,,"11, '1 '- I r'.lrii .em ,er t rT.h r ,-hr rautnf lll very ev.nly1
-a ,,-- onr i-. h-r ,H i a o Ci- ._':,. i '' i i' a ti--r i n n ,m itrr itriiiit-, tli e f lla ing beig thela i.
lijt- h- t-i? rea- artre Itt-v i l-.n y_.1 ,,' ttii_....]a; t -it ti.. f ny .-ity i ni tu l-'nite, tate exunra p i K ey W e Fla.ch
it ,', i cr:. s- t E i i.,. tre t mJal i ilantI.a bi!.r.LI J,., '. n liir )r- [r? t i-i.,e ,:f lite i n i, i ao N i, inhe ,bi-i to April, in-rt
n t l! n 0-1rt t tl.:. .t h,-i, ale .i h, J _-l r ,ni direi. iioi ,1.1 i ly 1 i3t i.tt e [ of hici teils between tIie itfie nth





i ',t- tia n j[ltL- i'. ,-, ,,[----.-11- Nlo% p i iat i.l ,MaI nt-, l N ,e l- tr. en5 D ot Ocober, dur-2.24
h-lirt v.'l h i'.d- r t le .,-.1a r- .,,iui ie n L i sd in .' t Ino l ii the ,3.4ea. i whh. 2 7 ; Mar chal
rii[,' i ll d-l iavi.- lh. ,'r [' i-t 1i [L lir.,t l a ,a i -i0,i rh wir.,1 i- t la- .oli enI er arlie;2 r.




!In-rla ,ir .iLtilrtl, an .- ch ,Ir a ,-'-i i 1 la- t o I aL .tl'r t, ',.: lt Sui Th e st. r ainfds l ver y eveeval on tely




h m i-itt ifl riz ~t, r e k'~ ~ it t aLile or -. ,iCroci'iaich o O ctober. andtar
S._ -a'.'t to ri i.aIi- rI: 111- It-rh .r. i uti i--1 -, a (. i ol 'i i,', .1 i etri t od t he Floridawng be ing thein-
r. a .- r h. .rD itu r : -.L! tI. a:r td.t l,'o In .- a,. g n un rs in inh t or e achmpering




t ur.j ,it nni ?ir. i-i.t (i -n-ri i. a le hea, f te ln sibto ia
i ,s nc u r l',=t ih-,- I u n. iFijMi m.na- .., ''-. i -t.' d L iL T-.i t tit e lirt.r , r o t -fhm treo NorI nbel tO April iea-
0if n ai ni, l1e thi npu r i i se r i a t rn -irt- t ,f l'l.-. V i a 11' 1r it Fa t lls ng hs teai\':anl refreshing
.n , l,= l a rn I'I'II .. -l.en s V. IL 1 l ,- ^ ; .,r" ,, f'n"; >,[Il[ .llh l !Ii !, t N o ~e m ie r o 5 .?. ; D e c e m b e r. 2 2).4 ;





il.ai- "iai.o ail dThe h rn i tridl ci. ..c-. l ala r nie .- ni-it" -it 'L r.i- ,ittiit ri-', ron. otf Bi ,rare
hi i itriaKr .F -:i il nIlI n'.->n imar- pi.e-' :1 itL r el m lat'. i -m r' l- s ,. 'oha iy no firt-i me sum m er
i l r .'! ,Maps,:nii.. oii, ['i ir,, Oi l\ *11 ,1Jh', i' o-, a, t :iuirni. ,,f hiur it. : t h.t- lin _." ., isrd '' 5





. ,r ,,c.n. 1,r ,Ii ,n I ,,, th-,.- i- ha ,- r.. j i-i ].-.tt-:iL ,or i, aitei .i ritari, ro-, ,.t v S utlhe -st w nds prevail o thel
i au rt it it's n it.-jl! -rn J t. k t v -il ih 'I l -!.llM"tl-n T 1nt: I, lh ii.r,-, i" I'o th -er t awt e Iast o I n the Floriast trop i-
I i ti i t l-Il. i i-i tm .vh Iai-- to I a ni trr a I.-o-. 'tail-in- - ntrv ro ided e h o uer. and losare
L-i io ir,'.r,,ty ir J ni"tii tlo the it I .t. IitI hi nit'lc tarti t Cha ir.] io n t empPris ming




ffert matde i-.i it S tntpir-vermen t NIt. g i c. F. titiriir ig he i irittal ui Hiit i ri0lli.'O tt'. of do. tanut palm. hi-
ni --A---ti -d -vi,,ir"-tn t- ,-,.,-ann'n, aitl ,Ji .i I: Uirtt r, ajl r- t h-ei h t of the l ong sub-troprge-al
T lhe- [ri',1I of' ?I anln I-, n> arer the- ., ,-,'.-nji,, ILi.:m t ,','.-.i. rlian 31!.. ritllt-r -'T'n"m '-.r.





Of iofn anrit oihir purrnrta e. or the b% rt t .- ,earner 1tic ar.i,- nl] lt.t- e Fro-ts Fain hsi s teao y antrp l refreshingat
.Tlii, n IL, rla T ihe hm rl,,-,r r: l'unil- d;'' ,,*. ,if' at r,:i1" mI1.:''.e -L;l-. [n, ? ,.l.'|!- :O11i. lnp3-31 bre,'::e trom- ottf Bl.-rayne
c".i,-d and> t|-,e hiL u, ,,L ri 1'i ~ H, -- | .l*',",i- I=3[- aiir i Pi.'iu ..If dom lastr lor, t3j., l., ~ |io a ly no tir ,t-lne sum Smer




arit- l a it h. :lnItt, Hand were put a-ti-l i' 1re rh ,r hrp. ,i r tull Iars I .Be- I had been unf olded to hlP impreriased
purn it to no pu rpose. r i, ll sides the trerii, .l.eg .r ni I erninrt ,l t 'lio t ':, wih whi ie c ul
no a --.t-i nrn Its !hd i..I 9. |]i.:l] ":.' Ill .'-r,.[, r' ,. r i litl, n "ill.; ..l ji.]l t'r. i- L: [O['g t i thai t],i \ as in an ciim ost tropi-
ne.fj (i uituHI dlii d-rJJ ,- pr,' e ',th i i-,'lii i-,L 10 a n] l [in l ui m I..,'/ pl,._'_.*Iiil~i *3[ ,*.,tnntr'.-- provided he could close
t n 1 [ 1 o r p e r j i y i nl p i ,' po i l o n t o ( I it / 1 1 1 _i e .e j i .; r j k- i'r n I ', t i -i, t ih e h l *. a l h J h ~a h l i t r e n t I 1 1 m i n d
ffort m ade t(,t. 1IF iniproveim ent M i.- gIO'+.','- .* [.*utrrine lhe ii' irnal c,-,K,,in [ it]n, i ,-,n l'-Li 'li 01 ro,:oa~nut palm <. hi-
n~ti vwa- 1ir- tl a hv unat~ire to 1',,- a ,n r' lhl.'r I't-,.-t ;Iri 1i i i. J[I- i-siiid l i:,n.-. [, 1 .nq iil [t e Ti=F- o[ th;It Gorge-
It', of tiiardnt _if it])ortan'ep. or t~he b\ th,' i avcjtner t-,nr, an .sad ir ie:grdl- | ous pi,.oariama o[ t'opical flora that
a arla of the Inflnlte- Hand were put nar.ed h.\ ever: aivalablil- mp,-ans Be-l bard been unfolded to his'wonderi Ir
pen IL to no ptlrposa, aides the telegraphb end tlelphone, ',Mai&o.


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PAGE 30.



Miami's Delightful Climate


No Extremes-We Have the Least Absolute Range ,

of Temperature of Any City in the U. S.

By Richarl XV. Gr'av. v, hi.stle .ignla. both from stationary
U. S \Vt a lit-r Fi't :"tr .t ,t Mia i a II2 II 11 OI ,..Iiiuotlivei engines, are used to
The Lliniat.- ,1 nitrhin Floridit Pi.1 0' uLt Il a \nid a, a dittribut.cAia
i 0r the sil-tr ',.i.. jl 'jiari,-- i.le. lj cssi le-
..d.1ig1htly muldlie-i bt i-tiicnLil n l- I N Extremnes of Temperatures.
111n,.e.. Th.,.- inl,.,-n-'-. .m 7, While the average summer tern-
e I r. a1", luu,.u- i iut it 1.-'-.otiirce- d in l ,ratLreo ot southern Florida is biph
winter lthn ,i' lh,. tl, tt.-r teascn .-i. o-mrpared with the average tenli-
In i:t tint ii.tn rina_. .iiinln and alL- ,.-r.Ltlr'Lt of northel ii and central
t11rn i.li mate ,A f l- iin,-f o'itlheit L IR rl'' ,,l' i.he t (.ountr.v, thbIs Beclloln
FloriJ a. in- ** i '.h-i l ;l.- T.,it 1.' is ]o,- i- i.sngiluarl. free from those ej;-
cated-. i- alirnl i'- LI ur'i".'y I. I,-troiti l tr'cere temperatures that occasion go
and tIia.in.-. I ricih suffering in summer i,ni practo -
Tliii tM ,e rt' elir jiiatc i,. hIiracteriz- I allv all other sections of the UInltd
,d i. a r l.I I ?inihrt ,lii i 4 'n-i 4ratira At, for the winter months,
annual d i;,ii., ut ti-it'. t.i.L ll,- aiLd .,., the weather i] almost ideal, and It lt
tho .-c.I lll-.d, v, ni d I", -,-a n-s t r t? d bt tu I letter a more delightfNI
M)a'-.'Uii'.1111l ,,tin i ,rn tihe t n sifnimer %%inter climat-e can be found in any
njonthli-i, a.dl b, ,rh: -eas,.jn in -.in- other part of the' world. It is cer,-
ter in Ibhi- Fi-,i io -,i r- 11 ,iii a. hoIi tain tha t it anrnot be found wlthiin
e%-er, ttil-e .-.t- ions aL,- r.ttie |.poorly thte hiounJaries ot our own country.
iJeitj.d'- u--tCl.,hili rr-gard; the lef. No niore favorable presentation, or
sea.on. lni t ,.lue; ini r i|n.)ally to the temperature conditionss of south-
the i'rrH- .-itar C-. *. ill r.i In I 'L-tithor'n 4ast Floirida could be made than i,
latltuid,. st titii al .t.rlj .. it-r iurri- shon i W.' thie atrom paying char.,
i.anes, that r-ilii.ie -..]:f-"t.,- irair t cler illon which hate been entereil the
thie i'reli.E, \ ith n their I itiiine.:P thL?1t, -ln.I lowe-s-t temperatures of
'[hca, .c-i.itiis It.- Mr'le tfr, iuernt in 1' ..-rd at s8 l= te.d lcites throughout
Sfp.eL,-c, e, anit 0- tol..-r than in the the United States. These tempera-
other tii Ilr1 ii;tnf lit ri th. ah. ii. thus turt3 have been taken from thle rec-
hai.,-'l,- that rIl;e ,aesaee taitfall ,rdls of te 1'. S Weather Bunartau,
rvtr th, .,nt' h.hrn ii,-tIn-ilJ i- gr,-.at- I "n' in most Instance, are for periods
1 Il th 0 _..- i.111.l[l, t !.- it, otiy othlier l hangingg trom twenty-fl e to fEorty
mlonthbs tt tih :,,-ar. eaIrs.
.AIbout september and (h Otolber Rain. The following data are for Miami,
tall. -hut may he taktan as accurately t'epre-
fin th:. .-ar; itn '. itch trori''al -enting the climatic conditlcins of
rto h 'j i -i tai-dti io-I ti t -l e rti i trt i': t I [ Llad, Lounty as a whole, except that
IailLtall. a, j % ii-li. .I'. light IttJurin l slightly lower temperatures are re-
tne hinrit at.- st:a-t.r-n. Thia has hben -orded in rte northern than in the
thIl cae iin micct o' the e:trs for extreme southern part of the coun-
w.it. hi titere- ire r?-c.-rds. and tin- try ,idiring the colder periods in win-
aubt.ediv -wold Hf. th.-- iiutrmail con- ter.
edition t1..e|.t fur the hIIIrricanes. The average monthly temperatAires
Without.t teo' stoi-' d tlte Iry .eaq-in. iange from i67 degrees in Janua-ry to
the-reore, -houlj hejlii n l Se.teibnher. ,2 degreee in July, August an j Sep-
aid tti- pei,-:ral elietf tit h,-ai\y t-ember. \Vhen these averages are
raise mu.i-t i.c-.ur in that niutih, or ronimpaI-r-. witti thoze from other
in O.:tobe-.. is i rocr,.,ns. An t\iamLi- Iarts of the country the equable tein-
natic-iui of Flit- i-uitls of i.ast y-rs ,erature of this section is very for.:e-
h.,v. that iii t alI .ft b0 i, : tlive rule, bly shown. Atlanta, Ga.. for ex.rm-
if. i- L0C e\i.et :i,.ii r,.i ItHi r Ti n l i Jill has an average temperature of
til 1.3 p.IL i -,i'.e t-i. r in S. t i.embI r 42 degrec.-.-s In January, and 7S de-
i.ir i tob.er -i \r iiini tli,- Of ritial .l ee ii iulv. At Atlantic City r J ,
laiiihal! f'r L it,- L il..--, .a.i1l Octol.i 13s tI,, annual range of average monthly
, b.l itnl.ht an.J 1 .7.,4 in,_e, iC' sl'.- i-tiulerat ourus Is from j2 degrees. In
tlholy. \ hXIi the total rainfall fi.r the irold.?st to 73 degrees Ln the
inc-, n iqrth.; ili 1I'.tll Ii ihnlv i year *ea'ninst cionth. hbile at New York
tlier.- i.is .3 h iii...ii.-u, 'a 4 "42 tlty it i, from 30 degrees to 74 de-
IIL.i..S ;inl .: '.1 in--lith- titng Sel.- agrees, at Chieago. from 24 degrees
t.tlltr o t thie t-iurent .i-ara oily 'i 1to 72 degrees: at New Orleans, from.
in.he- of rain o,.,:urrcd it Miati, au.l J ':.:'. Jeglee.c to Si degrees. at Denlver.
.-iilto,1 this aeLtti:,n aLg.iiu eca-pe a frorn 2-l de -rees to 72 degrees, and at
hIurtri.an,-, it i; .i lt.met.-r probable Seattle, from 3 ) degrees to 64 de-
thliait the, -'t,. ,ed ie, i Octob-r rains grees. The only other part oP the
V.ill fail to rjIntetiliize i.,untry where the nI annual range of
Wr',ng hilea.i of Huir]icanes. r-tmperatre is as small as LL is in
AtotIiiher 02.1i] ,:'ll- i tit-t th.it ',_-emnq this se,.tionr is thb, California coast.
to ho ict|,-i'al .ming, thos.e v.hlio are it shou.ild I.e understood that the
ihtritnilia.r s.tlt the auoial ciinlirions3 lain in tile Pr'ro'ediiing paragraph are
I that oii,- r latiri-, to thi- tlistruc- average valuiei., anil do not In any
11vi.l-- of tii-,i.. ai -torni,. Tlii- wori, way rtepresent the extremes of tem-
"Iiii. 'rran--. --"I, i llt .0i I'..,' i luol t l" rahtiro A references to the chart
Iir,--,, i1II, i.il- i ut rt.-i in,. ai. id almost I i. I ll ti'at i nc-cessary to become
iI,]-tA a', l,-ri] nirtIin r 1 1ravrinjre., thatI southei ast Florida has
1:1 I. t hi,." I 1. \, i,-, ii .rr i i,,' n the dl.M (tituon of n being In a class to
Ii, ti tI i i:-L,. tr ,i loin ift i.iir t n itn rlt'. as far a] extremes of temper-
SL- t-rl' r.. ?iil i, itaiih l blril. pltt-is and i ahlire arc- ronct-rned
",'... .-I. it .-i riat- ,0. -',r-,'.n ,-- rnr Tlhe Annual l ainfall.
.'.ei srtnill fliame liililiing= to tieI Tlfe 0 r-iaSI- annual ianfall at Ml-















HOMESEEKERS

,g us letters from various sections of the
s of making a change in their location,


eye toward the Sunny Soii


advise persons, before making a final choice
*ntr to come here and make a most thoBro
mr climate, the soil and its products. We ,co
tion for the claims which we make as to cli
so conditions, general prosperity and devel
believe that to make a financial mistake in se
-after Your investiatlon-would be reckonc


ith and Miami

of a homesite
iagh investiga-
urt the closest
2ate, products,
lopments. We
ttling in Dade
ed among the


a, it is necessary to have money to commence with
e as in the north-you should have sufficient capital at
he family for a year. We have seen and know men
e with very little capital and have been very successful
sde County offers the best opportunity of any place in
rates for a man with a family and saall capital to be-
dAet. A few hundred dollars in the hands of a care-
man wfll go much further here than in the cold, freez-
he poor man while laboring to pay for his little home
ne independent, enjoys the same fruit, flowers, trees
aich bloom in their beauty each munth in the year-he
ges of the same sunshine the year' round that his rich

o thsle who are tired of the long, cold winter months
rn states, l-n-v-e-s-t-i-g-a-t-e. This company offers its
years of valuable practical experience in this section are
the askting. Writ4 us today. Ask us any and all the
Smay want to and they will receive our usual cour-
t attention.


NJ


Men With Active Bodies and Creative Minds


hat Can Fsee the Wonderful Future


ofRedlands Are REAPING FORTUNES

itCULTIVATION HERE

I. 150- cres deep red soil, R. F. ., near school, superior grove land, 40
near Sil r Palm. Terms. Price.. ........................................ m
2* 2 acres, grove, 36 lime, 107 peach, 92 orange, 12 mango, 294 grapefruit, all bear-
ina. Located on canal bank at Snapper Creek, part hammock, 7 acres excellent
pm rie tomato land. A rare bargain at.............I.....'...I"... .......'....... $2
3. .91'acres, including 8 acres bearing grove, 10 acres fine vegetable prairie, balance
Sbest grapefruit.lad, Snapper Creek canal runs through property, located on 5
County Boulevard. Price ................................................. $p550yU0
4,. 30 acres ground, ; 20 acres low hammock, 2 acres pine, 8 acres prairie, right at rail-
'road station, 1500. grapefruit trees, part In bearing, balance bearing next year, *l
50' orange tWees, all bearing, a money-maler *for sQ'ne. 'Price ................'* 000
5. 30acres:semi-hammock: land. 2000 grapefruit trees, halt bearing, balance next
yea close to Miami, R. F. D. and. school, at canal, In excellent condition. M
Price .'..... .... ...... .. ......... ...............p. 1290W0
6, 10 acres land, 120 bearing grapefruit trees, 2)00 two years old, 120 orange, 30 pear,
30 mango, 4-room boxes, called house with sheds, barns, pacling house, etc., R. F.
D., choel and church- close by, excellent.neioglborhood. near Silver Palm. Terms....$ 0t0V
7. 30 acres lanad, 60) grapefruit trees, iveahundred bearing, 800 boxes fruit now on
tree, no house, R.F. D., church, school. Near Sitveir Palm.
Pr .......... ........................... ........ .. ...... .................. 6 0 0
S. 80 acres (60 acres pil' land, 10 acres et in young best budden grapefruit trees, 10
acres prairie for trucking), nearly all can .be plowed without removing stone, fine for trucking,
marl, clay soCil, R. F. D., school and church, near Redland, on rock road. $4500; $2000 cash,
balance 4-5-6 years.
S 9. 167 acres deep red land, near. Silver Palm, 2 1-2 miles from ,depot, 4 acre's set in
-year-old mbudded grapefruit, balance in heavy pine timbear, timber worth $3 per acre, R. F. D.,
good neighborhood, well settled community, $5000; 1-2 cash, balance 2 years.


ICHOIC


Many men of means here in Miami ha lve made th
tunes through investments in Dade County-their pi
grew with the city. Advances in values brought weati
wasn't a tinago, it was last ye ar and the year
five years ag and, te years ago.
There are many mere chances for high grade invest
day than ever before. Profits are taken more quloly at
in the history of this county.
1. Sin hundred acres land, one mile of ecean front,f
from Miami, sandy beach and pla7y ground. Front portion
cesstate saxme filling in with dredge. When same is fll
hundred fo'ot strips will pay for the entire tract. Back p
land includes high bluff. The man with the money and indu
fill this in and respel tomen of wealth and clean up a coo
of a million dollars in profit. Terms. *
Price ...... ............................ 2
2. 160 aces Radlad on. Miami-to-1{omestead Pike
in grove, old bearing, deep red soil, near Silver Palm. Tb
sold and will be before six months at ot ls than $2,
Price now $4,750. Land all about sells not legs than $50
Owner forced to sell now.
3. 70 acres Subdlivision ner city limits of Miami,
acre. Lots in close proximity selling for $250 each.
4. 50zlSd ft. lot less than block from new post-
office site. Price ............................... I
5. o 50xI50 ft. lot near new station and Avenue I
$5,000. Both these sites unexcelled for hotel or apartme.
6. Business corner block paying over 10 per cent
price asked, $50,000. Can be made double present Income.,
7. 15acres adjoining citylimits withS800 ft. $1I
Riverfront. Price .................... ........ tA


A Few ofOur ChoiceTruck, Fruit.,

Chikenand. Dairy Farm

1. 2 1-2 and 5-ace chicken farms, unimproved,
1 1-2 miles from city limits, 660 feet from Achool,
church, ice, grocery delivery daily, all modern con-
venienlces. Among the groves and new rapidly build-
lag. suivislons. Owner will loan money for building
ho me radimprvement. For 2 1-2 acres, $500,
$1' 0 down, balace $60 each esx months.
2 12 acres at Laikins, six miles southwest of Mli-
ami, on Mlami-t6-Homestad Pike, main telephone
line,:200 yards from Snapper Creek Canal, connected
*n iahM nia byboat line One-half drained muck and
one-half pine land, fiBe-room house in gooBd condition.
(ne.hundred pear taees, chicken runs, sheds. barttns,
two ell. 'Tomatoes and Irish potatoes do unusually
w el. Aledy to move into. One crop should pay
fo thewhole. Price $1650. Half down, balance one

-. Datiry location, 25 head good milk cows, 55
acres of grass land, 5-rowom house, milk barns, deliv-
er'f w~agonsfully equipped, plenty of gardening
groudyoung grove irrigated land with new gaso-
lineplant. 3 miles from city limits in best grazing
section, all cometeto take over and we know is a
p price for this place, $12,50. Terms can be ar-
rhuig. Owner assures- us that 25 per cent annually
can be made from the milk delivery.
4. 15 acres, half drained muc'k half sandy loam,
4 1-2 miles froim Miami, unimproved, but all tillable,
1-2 miles from Miami Canal, hard reck boulevard, in
bet vege tabl section. School, church, R. F. D. and
excIelent neighborhood. $1500; part cash, balance
e3s7.
5. acres, best trucking land located in Redland
section, near Redland, school, R. F. D., among fne
groves and neighbors, on telephone line. One crop
of -toatoes and eggplant should pay for
whole place. Terms. Price........... $w0
6. 10 acres red clay soil 1320 ft. from town of
Gmoilds. Three-room comfortable house, poultry
sheds and three wells, 425 trees in bearing, grape-
fruit, lime, guava and banana. Close to school,
church, R. FP. D. and telephone line. We know this
to be good place at this very cheap
price.............................. $1750
7. '2 acres, located in town Little River, 5 miles
orth oft Miami, on Miami to palm Beach Boulevard,
exceptional strawberry, eggplant and tomato land, 5-
room louse in good condition, barn, packing house,
R. F. tD., at school, church, station and fine neigh-
mbor, already to move into. This is a corner and a
gcry store or general store with auto garage in
Sconnaection woulddo well. Community growing week-
ly withrnew settlers, exceptional Chance for perso to
begin business and grow with the town of Little
River. Ask foir adltional information. flfl
Terms. rice ...................... .$ 0 1
8-. 20 acres at Arch Creek, 10 miles n6rth of Mi-
amyi, semi-bamrock land, 4-room cottage right near
tow*h, R jF. D. and grocery delivery. Sevdn acres
cleared, balance workabSle; aonehundred young pear
trees. Place ready' to move into and begin farming.
Price $2000, $00 cash, balance to be arranged.



WHAT THE BANIKING INTERESTS
S'*^HAVE TO SAY ABOUT OUR COMPANY
The First National Bank,
Miami, FIa., Oct. 28, 1912.
To Whom It May Concern:-
It gives us much pleasure to say regarding the Wal-
ter Waldin Investment Company that we are well ac-
quainted with Mr. Walter Waldin and Mr. G. L. Ml-
lei and have had many dealings withthem, all of
.whichha~gve beensaifcoy
We have .entire confidence In their Integrity. and
regard them as good business men.
Very truly yours,
H. MeeCown, Cashier.


real VOte firms of


Cashier.


.ATTLANTI C- \
OC LP '


Excellent City and Suburb~an V
Front rperties


1. 3 acres all in young 2-year-old grove
condition, located on high bluff overlooking
River, just outside city limits, 452 ft. riparian
facing fine broad boulcvlrd, the most charmir
tlin for the well-to-do, as homesite, or inz
$5500 for few days only. Terms.
2. Lot on Miami River 3,blocks from potato.
ft. riparian rights, 200 ft. in depth running
boulevard, location for any sort of business
,ing riverfront. Is groin in value very fast,
1-2 cash balance easy.
3. 8 acresa t Cardale.tower, 200 ft. riparia
Miami River, facing fne boulevard, 4 acres if
with new engine and pipes, 2 1-2 acres bein
in -fi cond tion 3 1- miles from court houa
D., ice, grocery delivery daily, a homesite
refined, $12,000. Terms.


7. -7
rights w
yachts;
three yea
yard, vei


8. ami
rights, 300 ft.
ing. 180 ft. *on
ment for buEi
outlet. $5300
_q -Riv 'F


/


ORANGE PARK-A Sterling Savings Proposition For Wage Earners

A Profitable Investment for the Man of Means--
A Safe and Easy Refuge for the Home-seeker
ORANGE PARK ADDITION, controlled by the WALTER WALDIN INVESTMENT COMPANY, lies right
in the way of a rapid growth which will eventually engulf it. Orange Park faces on our widest boulevard, Twelfth
street, directly west of the center of the city, out of which projects our proposed street car system. Bordering
Twelfth street on either side are growing beautiful rows of Australian Pines for picturesqueness and adornment.
Money invested here is bound to increase by leaps and bounds.


This property has been carefully re-
stricted so that undesirable features
cannot creep in-beautiful Australian
Pines and Avocado Pear trees are be-
ing planted by the owners of the sub-
division on the front of each lot and
given careful attention for a period of
five years from time of planting, the
owners beautify the property for you
without extra cost. Here, in the heart
of one of Miami's choicest residence
sections, delightfully situated, away
from the noise and confusion of the


transient districts, you may create a
home according to your heart's desire.
The lots in Orange Park are all 50
by 150 feet excepting a few in blocks
two and five which are 50 by 142 feet;
the prices range from $250 to $.00 a
lot. The terms are $10 down and $10
per month, without interest or taxes un-
til deed is passed.
Our money isi invested in this land
to sell it and we are selling it rapidly,
even so, we are holding a goodly portion
scattered through the allotment to sell
at higher prices. Every lot we sell in-


creases the value of what se hold and
the value of the property of those who
buy. We give you a guaranteed title.
There is no way you can lose money-
the land is there. We are glad to sell
to those who will build, but we are
equally anxious to sell to/ the man w-ho
is wise enough to buy for the invest-
ment only.
If interested in Orange Park lots, fill
out the coupon in the lower right hand
corner of this pmge and mail today-
we will be pleased to furnish detailed
information with plat and descriptions.


The Walter Waldin Investi


C


10. Bayfront home, 12 rooms, exclusive
hood, 50xtI50 ft. lot on Boulevard in the ce
city, a ll modern with garage, a home ft
fined, $2,o000.
S11. Beautiful Cocoanut Grove Bayfro
on Biscayne Bay, 750 ft. depth, 80 ba
trees, running back on high bluff, where h
S rooms is located., with running water, win
er, and all modern conveniences, 2 blocks t
postffice nearby, the whole in excelleni
This site overlooks the famous .Biscay
grounds, surrounded in front by seawall; a
particulars, $15,500.


READ THESE ETERS FROM
SOMB OF OER TRUCKGO
i Princeton, Fla., May 20,
Gentlemen:-
We amadeon one, (1) acre of egg plants 60(
for which we received $1.50 per crate net. I
grown on pine land, a red, flat soil at Silve
We did not use any spray to keep off blite, I
them fertilized and in a growing stage all the
Y, ours truly,
S/ .' FLETCHER BRO
4 By G. S. Fle
G Qoulds, Fla., Aug. 29,
Walter Waldin Investment Co., -
Miami, Fla.
Gentlemen:-
SI farmed for four years at Naranjla. in suce
and this is a statement of same and what I
in four years, clear gain each year:
In winter of 190, off'5 acres tomatoes .... $1
In winter of 1907, off 5 acres tomatoes ....
In winter of 1908, off 10 acres tomatoes ...
In winter of 1909, off 15 acres tomatoes ... I
In winter of 1910,--did not farm.
In winter of 1911, off 25 acres tomatoes .... 2
Yours truly,
W. H. CAW



Copies of Mr.Waldins Famous Boo

"TrukFarmingin



.Caa~~ale Ns.^ '' ri -
this. Co. at $1.00 vestent C.
a copy, which Florii
Iincludesgti my
ail- ard ue
Ing r"rm Pr o.


Offices 1111 Avenue C


N N N


..... Almost every mail brin
country'lrom parties destro
and iho are casting their
's thes potmost 'desired.


Our Subdivision at GouMlds--The Gateway to Famous Redland District of Dade Co.
Goulds Is the Hab of Tomato Canning Industry In South Florida-The Largest Catsup Factory In the South Now
In Operation at This Thriving Little Town.
Lots Selling for $100SIOO.00 to $225.00. Easy Terms
Goulds, the Gateway tc the FamOus Many rich interests are already centered on some of the small truck farm located
Redland Sectioni, is located on the East at Goulds. in this district. As this wonderful coun-
Coast Railway and is the trading center oy at Gould try is helped and put under cultiv-
Itcanned forty-five thousand gallons of to-
for this rapidly developing truck and mato pulp. In the season of 1911 four tion the present factory will necessarily
fruit growing section into which new hundred barrels of an. exceptionally be forced to expand that it may keep
blood is being infused through the in- high grade tomato catsup was mnanu- pace with the growth of the surrounding
flux of Northern people almost daily, factured from the ripe tomatoes grown country.





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ANn EDITION. SECTION 4.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


I'


Probably the ,reait illoir) i Iti of -.r toPlIt heing at the di- rsl ofs h the t,.Pd an.j niniir, ti trateod rock. tak-
places take their rarie- trom om- l-% Juiii.-rF i r- l il< 1 n-J rIaJ 'i'.at i-a. li i lil r-r
conspicuous tfeati0 ,o1 l.a I-i ",1,, uz si'ize, I'..toolce andI rhiih rrlie-. i quir.'- ol i1ir Litipt Rjier or Arch
local condition in their vi'lnit',. I l 1 t i-. i M l;.-.,r n i'iiei 'a ri \ t 'r -..4; i- nier -a I h- \-P .-" tilizer
Redland lal.c- it,. t 1.i 1i- i-ti hei r : ], r. on,. Ii r., oil i pAiri' "."cr1." l' l t6h aLiiP l iii i,- l ,h l ') 1 fit
great teet ai ,? t, n hii :, ., l .h h ,- ..; e f' eni,'*" ..ondi- 'iu[ ii1. I, Id hi [ ru t l o: l.e
In its \ irwain slat -s ini.isti' l i i -Wr izJ i,,l,-,i, hi ? *il I I,,',iis i ,t i ii ilP 1 it -HAi i- It I lia a lli P I b t I t'
It is g e n c.r a l y ,:u n ie ?d .' ,l h a r till' ,. ,. ; i ,-, 1 i i ,-.r -, e ui' t o I ,- ,0. ,iT la i ,: l li r ti e '.?
ta sjac in f i-i'ani a i o n......... ll I MlI dn'i onIntlrieiii .-. mci, Itil- ,IIr rei
first suggBi [-t on i.of R e.ll nP l a- -I u I 1 'l" nn ir i I Ito"'-1 z- I r. ic r
for this tavore-i spot i.dn iP liinr I nr i "| ii i i ,p .T1i 1oi.li i C Ii-,,. ,- l lor .1lift
Franl. lKanan. no.. of t'o. i...ln t .,nI i\,li, ,ie. ,,p hrv a .'.li i- lii 1 ti',ii -m a-k. I. t',&- II 'an-
Grove. *"1,, ;illi lilo e I y t| l u i- 1 iMI I !ot i"i" that it
Ioc tio T il i l, ""i oi ',,i; r hI, i l-, in'i,-i ,11i anPi ,! it i i h,-. i ic-r
1JOC 1 *; ^ "**" I'o.-- ^ *i" i. -n I i, i r r, 7.,1.1 1,',IF i ts to V-- I )V. it ',I.-
R edland [po. f[lf i e, A hi-h o0l ,-. r ii r.- il- i i -1 ,. 1 ,' i ,ii 1i0 i r a ti] in .d . l.. i1, .hi i. ,
is the tcent.-i 0o1 thingS. pert'nIn'irig to iii i. .*.'l0,i1 a ii.l i, iin i'i ,-lii- -_p i-.r iei,ar ir ,i,.- ie- -
this ] -oeait I, is at tli- ?. r ni tu 'TOrpfiC IlU[ h i- v. t ,o it .-.i ri_,'. i i- r t, ,ori ,..c i
ea.1L Lco I er o- I Seotion I,,, To ,.- i--hii i a: l.t Ti. h -i'.' la ,t-. ii-iti -l i ",li .. i a i
56. Rrange 32,. ,a i [,i:.ruo .n I Til ,.hii-e ; i to ,l- ,r nr i1 ;s a n.tt,i .A-
As RH dland i. not inc nrpora(,.l iT '3.1> .1 ',t an Q'.I.-,, .r. ,l'., fn h, ,l ,' ; ,t' : J t t r-
cannl ot lay c1l. n iini To n let ,i l.it R ,- .r ii 'lrk thI o lt a i,-6 l h I r. 'tii h r w 'it' 'i "ll ll i i t'.
dary. but %c' C in I 1'i l h .1 ; MhI .nih it i 1-l 11 l't il l'b- liii i i lh i Al.uci ("mI m in Ti-rees.
general .a s ai b-eloiging ti R.lla -i:l :i hl.ihi i lot lirn g i ,d i- b' Mr t ]'c h r ha l.. rin li-rli rut', li.rr ia
one-halt the Jdiilarji to I-c\t IL'I' Fraiiil. .%li liin.-i- aclid 11101e'ii iat ii
office as tiihlrtar ti cii ht l-,ii'' c.1 di-ih o ,,ii i,[ilc,'
This mnake- 1in i-a Il aooiii four R'dlland ha- a iooal ., I Mr, ifl i.in,- 1 ,: i .-. li- a- Iiii *,il i. t- .1 '' d
m iles .quarc- Fhi1, : H'-" idltii -i IJ ,-i I- j pai l. Ii e i i, iii' a iiih l i tl . ,,ru "t li i ', i"iJro, 1- '-,'. I11en
excel i.c Biut c B i- r,- il ed l. tl4.lt iL rril. b j i titT ir u.'-n. T'v..- hi i I .l- i n.l i--h l i, ii. iii JaoTl
is of w ider i hIt iriit iiOn l lt ILi .:I iii ar i j 'ir in( aTi ,1i inio. r'-h ih' o lt i i,) .- ii l m nrly
a- areas as far noi 1it c-i '.;a.lJ- a d niittl adnil" Ti W oodrei-n ot tite \\'r] ld ha' \e a, of oi l'I ti-- i- iiiir,' Jiz.,-z.I.Itu 1to

to tile fGlad-s, .icast an-l -r n .-r. l la p i nost Ir y In, .nt --s-,ven
We, as Re la l.i- eel ta 'e I Billineslev f Miami, ho a. re ,n l,,.-l o a i a. r or olp
have a right ,1 1) ,Ii ,- ,.-t A hitn a man .l'
advertises a hurni-Lr-a. ( of ro ,ill -in s a fine prii rrt) hr re. ha:- ,:r-'r- amn in no a;+ h.- the i .iie.l tr,
six or s ',eni laiii i .- i ii h nr a- i- Ir ousty donated a lot upon %hiwhli a pay their ita' in fertilizer and car,
woulds he r.% lt tii tin'T P .1 iarr l of I Tcn" Hail Aill sowi he- built TIit l z h'n three eas old.
Ioor 1, be -id inhttrlornOil- i-harh h o
soil of an, color rli an' -'i, l i ,-e lo i held in trust r h. h ,nppi y hr Man; h, a., ,feared that trees coild
Orat Perri ne h--- anrl and r-l ow l hiee riast-e. and the mnney ith i not tlirive witlhouict a tap root A tap
c lay preailt;i hch to build I niosl- ii h hankk.' root seiemns to be a luxuiJrv that tir-"
cPocket's of rod clay are found in The social coniliticins o' Redlan.i can do witbhoi where it i-n .t con-
the en limits of Miami. are such as any communiunit',' mav be, enle-nt to have- otne
prould A'ile from one or Iwo hori.- T Tu nil prill irei apliparinc's the
History of Redlanul. sitr-ad .oiite-i i ti.-rip has n'p\ r hr-epn prr-,ii ..i ri tir ll I ijliirF li this .''-
The first bnor e-.t' al entr, in thlil ,1 law a itr. or ail, rnots ii -.,di-a2r t )n L rr alr_,i.,'t l.. i nji'..-
place tvas naa.e by C(laud-e .ituli.'il a ruient Ii t has iliil iic-n,.i.ii .firl l,r.,rond
In 19iiO. followed b% D. \i. i ric 3. i Contentmnerit being the totrild.Ati. -in 'iJbt trial rrec-, i oi r,-i:h I n-d nn
and Cras. Sherrit trie next ,Ear l| of all permanent happinps.- ve are- "lor k m ith a v hic-lbrro-, or ldirt to
19n2 Mrs. I.T. E Maltlrin. Geo. \V. non a happJ3 people but alive to the 1 -tar n will tibli.e in the roi ].a-i
Kosel and C. T Piumnimer ti)ok 1p io.dilbilities of R .drlnd ':,- ri P amniii- ,cind -. have
ciaim-. These eie soon follov..-"' tIlli t 0 E these p .zi lilities tak.? Gral-i rni t andl FoUr orange iro.-Il:
by Mrs Mleei.ir. a lad of r-- pnltv tangible shape. 7-,al m'iore dirt
years Miss Florence Gaznzman. F. tIn ;ng, it wirhOLil the foar s'at -
M. Spencer and Mrs Alice Hull. About the Soil.i tul contradiction that a marn -iih a
Space permits the mention only of 11 contemplating this part of any i undrej acr-s of land may have a
those who stuck. There were others. subject I stanJ abalshed in the pres.-I hundred acres of rigrove Propl- whn
By 1906 the superior advantages and ence of i-great mystery. a ft'iw vars ago srarti-d ilith a fw
the possibilities of this region hlegan Ini a general way wP kiow that all i, vxi-rinl.ntal treis arn- tion -Iinc
to be appreciated, and people came true soils are derived from decom- ifron icn to tilt, acres and niurz.r-rie


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PAGE 41.


Some Florida Pasture Grass

J. C. Baile Tells of His Experimnents Testing Out Grasses
i, -Red Top is the Most Satisfactory

jn ir.- r. i -1 r i- ir; i l' vrit-r r. i;r,,r.i j I a ri h grass i- estroneo n ed.
r i t-.; r 1 ,t r 1t i0-.il l Ie. li ,.) [ i) "O..r.l., h I; h lire Berm uda gras-


11


Ten Years In the Redlands

Clias. T. Plummer Writes About the Section Where He Has Spent a Decade in Peace
and Quietness-Hay Seen the Country Develop and is
Optilnistic of the Future.


-",l- -A'^" ?^- "-t'* -'-o-1 ,, ,; ..ni .. ti- li'- 'ra- 1I-pt-rims'Ten I-P'ao Trl-
...... ........ II I '.,, .'^ -' ^ I. ,,' i., ,.I[ ,, ir~ l r i. iiI nf,,ro'u.t lck .
-r' ',-, '"iiil I-,- i ii h, ,- iiI. lild- Thl -e ,,eree is tulles., one rnow
A la sde Counit M ango Tree., Pr <.lii-ing l>elii.)iu rI- 0il. , ii n i i i 'a .* ,i t'i ,- | [nIaul lin -'1 n thi' pla e and store
S.d i Ti. ,- ,T i, ,i :-i ,r-iiiT I iu r i ,,I iii[(i.t| I,'". T.- ti. I ut a biz ac-
I t - : I.. ii .- I *' i. ilI'. I iii.I .'." 1 r,,lnf I ; taliust ne r \e.iT r'- rop, :n we
riav- been rronj 2 7 d : r--, t0.- o t i cin iii-: l-,, i -i I n,',,r,.. al O a ; i i l, .i i iT '. i i i i l i, n -,, -t .Ii'i,,-,I 0 tci .i I ,. cia.ii value
le e rs tan The higle-iL l in h1.1 lj.-t f ouh. L hi i .- T I I ,I v a.- lI, -iii - v a:' I '1ll -I, ', i , of Otii, g, rj ir5-.. For hin early three
thri-c' e-dr: beln 9,4 dr-, ar Mio. i ta',e i M -. In- in I'- 'il "'i 1" ilIi in, 'i e .1 -ea Lri,:Ilii t1 ,ii, ;l'i,1i[. .l- aii Cia i M o re mount ii .;- thir stock I ,I% entirely on
Al,,lt -i.--i.l S nl r e i r- Ii, -nJ n n -r i. 01 |,- .- it,-,Tit u--lil', it- ',-i'iIi "- ih,.iii, ii !-i -, ciiin i. l,hr p ti i ri aInrlId finislied in better
.- ild niari ,3 -. l I r- l h i il l it Oi-i 'i I O ,i i- ii, I,' I: 1- ih ii i- i'i'-; i' 't l i, I I I rii i n ih i hi -v -re hen begin -
-1i. and i n i, t I -.- h i. III- i I . I ,' i' i 'I... II A , i i I ". t i il -i 1 1' .t. i -i iiii, Tll i l iil u li tion gro .In feed.
m a te I .. i t 1 h, , ,. i..,-I.. , -, I.I, ,I T ,- i ,- i ,- i ,g i I I c r, nj i. -r h a n d o u b l e dl i t
I i. e .-lom f'i'un i l M i Ai ii, i I., Ii I li L,1. i,, t -i i '* ,good i ''" :cl''i .. : l' r, ln i i i iii.' ,,. i, n ai a no 3\ in good 'ondi-
Ili. !it -ihldd,-r a nd n,\t r-h .-i i j, ,, 1i 1 [ .,,[ ,-,,,,li.h tr: l i, r I --, 't'l "'' .2,,,' h i' l:1"l 1- ; i,.n t'o r l.,,r,.h,--r ,1-.- h is llrve stoeh
Siip ,.iii :ik it an i l.l-i il i | ,, , ii i, [ - ii r- p tl 'i ,-n c en ,11gr i'es entlmrely for
inr 1 -. 1 ,ilj ,. it (rhu'oili.- anlti ,-c i. Ii niilt.- i r i ,, i .I '.i Ti i I I nI c I ,- crat cit m ite sum mer I.
:1l, rd atl T i ,i o r-c I-u .i l i "'] ,,, ,,II; .-. . I ,, I II i '' I ." I I I -: "1 "' i' I.. I :i'ii A rl-a I I'-..-.I I hai-, pasture for 2.1
liha r- t.,-,n iiic-i' iJ of:.. rFt .i ,alln "I I ,, ai 'i' .,, r.-,,, .rt i..! ,n.- er.i.-:n:' l,, Ii, t,i .t, k now and I am cer aiin
,\ <-pr .-ili s;\V; P| *'u pl i 1 1 i~, , ,, i ,^r. il"1 1'' I'i 'ir' .in.1 rld -, ,j riook now ndlf-c Ie.m cplo s and
N, r 1-1,il ng -ti 4 iip r i ly *,ill T i -i ii I -i i n i'O ;, u h liarnlle (attle. hogs and
Nt\er l'aili g \' t,'l Aliipl1..[i,,,il iii.,- i. -i- ,-,i i. -hi
I inn--t loae \it >I|-' ic .i iii 1 1. i T if i i i ,-,, .L h ,,a h proh ithly..
i ,.I n,, o e lilv a hn u r| l. li d ilo Il' .l t I:-t 1, rl-i ll'", I 1t li~l h a : ," i I
trhtiit. Ii, our never failing \, aS r i- -in ':i nri fl ,.,i': C-,[ i1 ,-: 1-' Ii iL,.1 W Vill E peiinjent With Sheep.
-.-u,,l,1 -Ino nuimerouu .v ii. aalo- i ; .I- .- c -' i '.ar, :1 -. I1- I i i 1- nl:- 'a. lot i G ,nn ? h rne t exi perimrnt will be with
ILI, .r,.,,.-. of the P i 1-,a, n. I-.a! a ,&,: ? ,1 I .1 .. 11- I IIII' ... J i l ",1 \\ lrir 31, 1 ,, lhi ,, ;31' a, &i1 et s --, l, [ kno ihe I Indition6 t be
cli ,[ the E-i, r, .-_r h a--l,,i' TI'..l. i i '.Tii. i-n I- -' --, ih r i'i i,, -i l i ii. -" t' (I!" a-', intlr ,-i -! t In IroI int Ih e op. aind I am pto bei
lI -,'h r it I 'l c.-: .L i.i ii t' V i "TII i* I ,. ',,- l". l.i h' i I ,,- i .' ,. h i l ,. -I 'it t In g ro,,t ln g hpTo n a ni o o d I a t l ff is
i... ....--- .t.i .ii..-. -.... -.-. -......... ....... ..... . li ,, I.-, l i l-" liiLn,.h -', belt.i alnd. ipId to sh _ele. gro sing t ian
S-'l ,- iirtiii ,i- i..iih,-,it i..rn L-.h I. all., .ot r-e i stoci, and Dade county
--= .. .............. in a -; .aP- .tII lida'- t['i. on .11l ha\e to include wool and mul-
r, m,,r. -_ i % -:i l'- ali' -l I n ar nirng it, rrofi,.able products
1N I r li lt- I., u I-a it L'i'r ni g'lcO P u- iT;,in a vpry, short time. So much
Health Lodton xcelien~t "..'" ...
Health Co i o--s"c,, I .onuo -se n t r lrlt l-t r-lrn-nrj i- r, ior a possible- an, i think a probable
__ -,' All *l' i:. 1,'i- A- I.'l'iit- rn-I, indti'ri ry tor Da.de county.
1 I it I,' .'-"-Ji, alli li r-i
No Malaria and No Spceal i iieapes Ii,-idtiit to Dade :,-il ,ln itr ... .... ,,1, IG,--ri'ing Summer Vegetables.
County, Say- Dr. J. H .1 ut- mh U i rted States i t I" I t'l'ei and Ni., I n. I may digress a littI.-', I want
County, Say Dr. ,J. ,-la ,llUite states I rI., ii.I'c lid t cll:-ar round th :a3. for [lie eneitl of many new-
and State Health Officer. : re-tl r.lr ,:-i tle-s. dal t let anyone persuade
'o l i 1 I11 it or thI- l) ,-,\-.i- ; atart oii a-. th-'. did m le -., or 6 ypars ago,
.. ...-....... r..---. i .. I *i I in '- I l i i-ic ir,- -, iltn r i l i-t .- c irn.iaot hate hom e-grown
i r-i *to,,1 ,, - i it i i i-t .-1', -t i ril t hc vc t [al.Il- -. except in t inter a nd
M ia i g irgi tr, lh alit I'lli liil1t in : I I- -',, Ii i. T l l I ar Ili-, i ir,.i -,- i ii rirrnotl i -pi' i n g 1 ha te l ai h all sum m er l
M ia ui, Id-I l:ii i ,,' [!,1 flt it ,.,1 -iil',i i i l. ,.,, .i 1',l eitc li-il,,.it.l -! hi cl i l, g ,culnrin an ldirilev -an-i have nov. tomatoes, okra, cab-
a short I. ritiIl O l ilii i1 'i 1i 1 i 1i Tl. '1 l I .'' -, -- h ,i. i ii l ,, i. i.,r -i.-ta I -i' ri'd-:- a IiZILo. ra.I'i- tes turnips, poppers.
city hLiq hadl ain nrl 'iir 'i l irl- h ' '' i 'lit .-"'I T I' [I !I ig- i l--'"- I ilIii-i I nd m ustard of m y ow n grow -
t -huha, 0 ,i i- 1 1 ,t i t i '-di in l irai o 1ril rind no tumo ibl h alecver in
iontgi i i d i" iii'e a a ni 1it- '- ili- iv...i i i[ ii i j : iL- I or lir gc .Ir tc-in. I also know that one
vonta' a1 .i ii ha.- plenty ori garden -.egetahles
sible to gite a tatlililatli- lulil hi 'h' ;I ii i i i i:ii ihi in n tllrI'--T (J.iei' tell ar I .i .'c ,la-s Of le 3ear- yes Lb days
SHI.c I1 as is l i-nlll lI Itliicl In. in i-ii,', it , , I i,,, ii i n,* L ' 1i i' i i i ii i "r '
to i iri or ,' hii *,','i i l lii, I"II 1 I 1 i i i.i- lnIII,t i -i'-i 1il 'u1 lr nu.iri I o ill riot help telling you this ,
Si l -, O l i l' l Ii],, ,I I' ]Pilll lim I' ilill i-'l O vr ,i's- t in 1iiii li, 9.% ii patiie-. are not w holly
M iam i's Iro it LiLaLt, a a n il, v. r '.,,l sit. i' ,,,I ,, I, I ,, .,, i,-, 'I, I I , ., I, h i ,i : ,l ;,.g i ,, iT i il- rtock; I like green things
s lxte n 3 ears ii ,,, un Ilt. ,li h I ,, I I-i ' I i .' I' '' ,: 1 r .l. t'.


t i I l) l I rp li r n ,,l i ,it Iii n i L.-I .-- l' ,-. i: I I II I iI I i- ' '* ,I l '' i I v ' ,. ,, r ,1 i iI
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n I l tO ll(i L' Ai it t 1 ,i ..i 1 i ,
i'rl l hi, i. i n~lli .iU i t 'Ji i~ I iLi: ilL', ,I l, I i -i l i l I ll h i, i I, I' n I 'i i' Iil i. I ,:i i. t i l' : i 1' iir
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For -: ir- .'i iaii Sihu ,lt i rt ,:.r.-I
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S... .. ..... . .. .. ... .. ... ..........._ - I i ''.-Di, a giLif iTOu i -n-li- II,) [ It -i. ll' Itl i hi- i- I i.. i I TIh u -- i ui-:'T.1 1, I l i'. ,I-. :,, I Iiiig L
too 1M lck andl fast for memory to re- irg their color and such fertllily as are taxed tlu the utmost to supply ihe ni.-nirie,- or ti ii.iidi .1 lii.- -- .11,.inu ih.i-. i i, -, j n i,,,. i. T nI. .- h ,., t, I i, "it I ,i ,
c a ll. T h e la s t o f U n c le S a m 's fr e e ih e y h a v e fro m th e ro k o f c h lih th e d ce m aa n d .3 o o f t ri I cI r ;, li se t ri e r t I ,. I1- i1 l iiit-r h ii, 1t i v n ,1 i - i, i i
farm s In this place was forty acres they are comr posed, with ad-itions I Jar- not siate how m any acres -'-ei o."L rl, irl- ,. i, i lihr l ,i- IT' ,' .1 t -,"i Iii '- li r ii lni I,,: I- .,iJ-ii i h I' i I l u -I_'
taken by M r. H igley in 1912. rom the air aind the d c-tay of t'eg.f- w ill be fiti tin [r-c; this rom ing year. ,N tF ..I ,j' ii l,.i- O lig n I ,ii I .i.l, -Ili h 1 I ti-i' ., wit 1
lHardships for Early ettlers. nation. Ijil It t,, ill be mniany hli n red. r ,'J- Ia ,i, ih ;l I,, ,1 ,. ,I r,,I c-I- hli ,i iil,,r l, Ii u'
That there were hardships for the The blue clay .e ih from slate Adv n-ns Price of -an .,lii,,a ,, ,i,, o pa,, -- n,:,- is ,,.., ... w , I.,, -
ihoutC hinc ago for niany .his from slate Ad -anti.in-, Pricelof Lend. ltiii oil l .--V l''- I II- i-i.'. I I-.. ', "h-.
eaarly settlers goes wetho t s.I g. 'lay fout n m Ohe 01 the of te a a. z ryingE an, nnfoi ,Ir, in,, i hnl Ol- .iiolii.,i,- I, u1,, -" it,, ,11 ,) : .hr l I .- 1 i" fill. Ii.,-i .
Sixteen miles to Cutler lor mail and orock. I lli n i Is r u ro : lit ir.i i mo t emiliisiat lc -iri a ni .i as .ll i ,, , Itil-_.I, hi... i-.1 ".." '. ., It J1
or north rnliru IInois Is f'orm Iia o : ll ir l~l~ rp l e 'lictltllla~ 1\ jil ie;i- rlnc )I nitlisihlIj, a t l ,qI l Ail lir Lrh Ih [ v1 .1- h,01, "r II 1 i ,I ~ n ,
supplies, mostly through a l.racl:iless with a itle granite in v hi-' i-t dllland-i i, i the pl',:e for v., u il,,,al, ,nilI- I3re- it 7 uIt- n- ,_,,,,
wilderness, -as no easy _iropositinn i ci,(igh iron to slightly iv lor it. i4ii-. ii, di-rlliriF ,iI i c r,- iti-i.- hi liio hlr Iiijii "- i i M.,lli t I' i i ,' H Ti II - l -
W after flooding tne s.ag)on box or a TIh i-ld .-lav of A\% al.amra :'li ;Ci-or- f'roi.at.I in no pla-r- I- is go-.ern- 1- ,4-I itt. r,j r 1 1it1i iuali 'a ll tr-I------- ,,i i, I i i i I- T it- i -1 l i, *
kerosene can scattering it. mialudor- gia ii Jet cm old crPil .P.i i stone in n iot laid gione to such a ulrice in soi .,i h -r .-V'.iol T"' .- ho ,- r i i h.i, i ', r-.-... i gT "" ', ,-1. I il I-
ouia contents oter groLnerleB as In i3 n- is rnc- enough to cice the dark tliort a tinie. iCt Ir,- ,'al. i-,' l iii -l l tIu i I- ,elitr- ., i i T. i i c t 'I i -'L
everybody's experience. Teh tlii,:and dollars was lately ,1,,eI 1 1I t n ] r I,! A ilne- II I, iI .1, 1 ,.. i ,i ' l'i ,
in many parts of the public domain n But color. -hpnre a the fine Ila"]t-, 1 '1'id ,, -ia "'son pl. t el -i ii-- ui ,i;i a., ,- ,ci nlh"," Iit e .-- au-I* t,, ir t ;d",l i T,.-r l
B u t f ro m a ~h e rc s r a ~m e th e ti n e i i i a c tueil ull e i d e l rc n ~ p la3it- 01 4.u it. to l ni -l U it lu g .t ciiti W t 3 r ,lT 3h 3 h- OtI ltl,- Ii. ;il riiii- ~ i it '' 1 0 in h ,i- l *i,- ,. -in- ,II' i li lii, I
lbomesteadng has been attended with grained red cla. of Relland and icr-s, u-n iIi treps nor all bpeanng ri ir-, It i]hun I ,aii d I t, the ta. t ia If r, I, l a ,,, .I .,,,-,, i -il.. p ann-I i,,l -, I
danger as well as naliships, bit. In w,; .hence comes its .,ol-,r Some analy- N .- ll uni"rig. that thiriv a,-ir- tin- in the .i-ai. ,i -la-s li, ,l,- s iu ai ro rII, ,- ,,' [ I, 'i i ,,,, ', L l h rll ii
this case the element ,Jt danger wa\ -.s sa, it cr cilaii'c a tr.ir-n of u Irun. iiilIo',- ,.l .,s '. northh tv.o iliuol'anr ip i ., i- ,I i,,, ,ir-fift1 0 i t .l.' i-L -- ,IA ,- t ililTiI I, 1ii, II ', ' 'a r,,I Tii.
limited to the infrequent rattlPc .uake F-ti not t criough to cialr ih a pr-ir ci it-I. ir .-' g lll tiil.Ln -if;. rd lr iciT-cu a-rn-s .-.-1in1 i.-i iho i un l- -. i ot l i.- *Ii ii v'll '"I 1 '-
and to sic es a fro m d ch B n n t t psicknessfares fan frOL medico as-o Bear in nl r) tiat this pail.h o r ot gr,),, c c-- ti i.ii-I.rendl -r ac-.- rf |- cI. I ,,llr,. .l. ,, "' lil -i- a'' ,' n.lih I' cdIr- I c lit c.),- ...ii II I o-
iijatanceeiT,, el a- )'fori v a. ry.l-;; l ~l roJeS"i.)l L~l;e"'drt'11,01 C,,1, I I--[' fli-5- .ae
Taia ayonnee. re I clay is separated bv hundreds T I-- ia e o ur an c- .,,i no 1i1. kP-iId t1 c - -n I ut i "-lc s- \_ -------
The only fatality from snake bite o nIiles of sand froin any other red '-.1ht Ii aio1i, riot all bearing. has h h; i,,-ipIPnll i 1.'lltl L0 I1l-o- ,
was the case of a man nanted Vinson ,I I I.a ,-1.1 .i f $'.4 (.Oii1 [akinrig the O-i1V i.irt .-ar th' _ara-.iriia litae I ,ill outside 'Iaf rii rolien. it i-i ----
who lived alone a mile nr more from i l.ilorldia Built On a C("oral Reef. ._"r,,. ,, i .ii r a. ie. P,,,,nl ,,,, r of tll- Sltti 1",rl',i o n0rr III0. "*';[h' ,--" h.tldl-,1 l I' 1, q
any" one He onni_- slap ke of! g [ti gl I - P G in iumi'.-o- land I,.n- befen sold for lleslh. v- t c-n Mia-wi ooJ B i na e: -alm, -f 't i I.n,'a; t i ti"i' hr*id in .- Il. 't-- as
a large tin horn to bloa if he ne,-rdedi l highe st .1iiii u it n r .ii ri--n a e ,,ilnr l zi"., t :. rn, rlitb -arnIt-i ,-f ,, 'int e
-E--oa t re ---lL1-' ,. .,it, ci ilo,,. I rr. tH-int euric P s"' c ttolii-
help. I jokingly toil him ifh r l 1 igFlId 'I' 1 .onl a:. J: th 'I I, i li11- ,. IK--,'zI '-[i.-] .trc .'v- ,, .- i iI n iklnJ huhrp, ilil., I_ e bP .tut1 t.r i,, i t i h rn .lt I, l-i '
blow such a horn thlai liu nifli alk rI ci 1o i-Inl I, _li 5,.iilt li.e iar ten a-u i-.,-- I i.-rP rr-.i .1 i, ,al-. ir. |,lt , I-u unhlnk -l-ui;cl ,-r -J :
ouL,, little thi.nkling olf th[ e ter hl. I ro tl thhe sou hl.' a cmrder of lxeofiRia 1l,-,,:, t, tlr ,,,,.-. F i 1 ir, l', i, i,-. I edt lh th ma ce- In .i.
I v it .aL -; L,, i, h o aI Ju "I rit l iz d ,, i
fate that aw.aitr-, him Somtetlen, itsef i t t l iI ,Init tecora l;: i\ l" i-:II,l I ni
afterwards neigh bor- ioi iln hi uth i-lot' -tone r'ee aT-r- ialleh iut ti-c, -1it]I e i- W)eiglfil- I ct. .. i 1- c .c -. a
swollen and di'tni-ted featiliei- d ladl en-lost--I Fia-o "h.ag ian gra-ii l uiv null- 1-,,ill im I rr'' l lI-', lili ho a U' ,' i' I. I -)
o n his cabin floor (In m t ites.ti _a ton iti up as'. B a.- n ee Ba% v 1 ,il e nt LtiftI ', ,I ,li, a -, ot l l ru ,- i ,I.,- rI l. r--i n" iih i'i i i C' *;- ) 'ti" '' e If
'Ihey found n 'ar lhis lien i.c.i r i to ji I l a,'.-, ,in 1,llc n,,t P -iil -, 'M .iIiA, 1 ih ii .L il l,. L ittlet.i t
'a six foot rattle~nr ai hacked -,o death; e n ,- in Io, -,1 ii-rat i 'ehi alI;i,.'d. h,: i -aild ,1h thils *l,- 1, **'"\, *i!o"nt **h *e"ie- I B, r.-,ca, M alo10--it
With a n matto.,. The old mosain hal i B -"I t.l1- 1',iaai it e a tr' elin da ea lI- II m I nt, rci, ,-I,,,cit -. i P I or- l i, m i,- ci, ii, l.-t lh, i, 1 ,A
bravely stopped to I:ill thp snakl he-l. tltV suillt I .ini at L Iass Il o snl o ii '- n,,i m1 1 .-, r1iIt. iia i .n lthat ni,.,- lit i, ,o r prniial i .iz i-'.a,: ',, ,;i i e 3 a ulille, live a lit e, ifly a
'-fore attending himn self. -He hat- filed -'and the l cp action of ht e ritt-cr' os n 0 i-u ,l i i 'l tls r, tripeni rit i- f i.1 ts 0, 1 J I fT- -- ., ci hil-,I, liril I lltP i;
his gun. but -that nt-, sir h frcqkuenr fiii Initarte hr. I 1 h .'. i',ati, mit 1-i oii gil- m i ,*" .h- u-i f"rcl -, maT ,11-i .-, i h. -nl I-, u.r1 a lttl,- iu ',it a little haipihecs
occurren-,e that no onie hpe pd I re. -i:nt iss p off a 3TMiami paper Ii.Tiifi'r ( It ii,1" tt Oh' nin- -.i Jd.'ri-.l IP.t nihrt bit ,m I- it,- Co I.IIntIl.
Another no dir ta rna n ni.,il Bro' n. far t atr i rl-ant a cot tl rt in e ilo 1 Io 'call a ,. i r- ,,mi I. ull l. l i r n.t-.p ,c ,,.,b ,.n ni' tn ,m., ',. ha n I ii-, i i. :, itol. ..Ihue' a little Il-
gone with lccin.in non iiv r-d arne I tein n 0 f1'.' tr ia l t .- ni-' clu t- -il ,a ii .. n 3- -- .- n- ri .
on the Homestea road. One :daoI l I-.; ta cro.p ot all s vpao .s trl t ih 6 BI,>ijt -r ta l,.- nr. to lirnp t .h r i t h -I L3 1hn i 'i t ', 1 1 .e 1.e a IrIti ia a Itle of your
o th Homeeead oad. IIIda, ,
Somee men 'topped, to inqriule about i'uldi L,.- igrra' n at all raarsg ot heI1 tlap t'!,.*"o scctit ., ,li. im ere- - 1 ,Inl -, nt ,t .,if o- n, -s 1I hlilia .
him, and found him hinplpes on the' r rnIiyb.t lilti,-,' ,i:ri, t it *i l, ,'i, f i h p of -'_. le n
rn anotlnerr io]lia n of gr..: 1'. J49II, it jii2l t 1 I' f h -I' I I,'11 I .,rti ,,1 l \ h h ,n l f~ u v a ]~ l, p~ h l e a lt
loor. They did cw hat thehy enild at 4 an1, ofther, oIit-n, of ant t -- it hi fi i n titI,.,.. n rlr,aI' in- b la l _l.yti ay a lit.tir. be a lit-
the time, h lbut h -n [her returned a '- stainid tIs I-in-s andn.lmmnliHvtif irw- tilian Is suI L 1,CiiInfrian1 th
few hours r late- hIt casripa nl. [Tn-I f-tahles hriirhth mini orrth-in r t,-n Arlet' I', lu ,cmiii it thnr ntouuntiu i niriit ,i,':ralt I '.,- It i it- bt tm t ital', I ra le.iart
1Tld an Io,_ing fr, g ir Ir i fl al i a kpt.; orbit! I~rorji' l tlil il' iifo rip aln d r'arl I 'lt b .t ~ l ~ l)s '' ll"l l d
heeding strangerscluIlrl i vanreid the acidhtn ohing-k n ,,-, u al, lind at kal- n- or inu tuit": inc- i i l.-- i l-
grouoind shot-s lirisfiatpotioten rave- tthin -ivit~- i ul-u i nih fnI a fi'no-', tat 111minl.- 1-.i"a..).i. i-l li -tF- tli s- at
i l-ihel of -er-iahlps all tnhl "[, h n" irn ri. it nf o,' lr'i.i an r- r r i'li i fipump r l ,i, i il- -.t,. Sir-nil%.iill., i' a little to an-
N o D disease: N ot i ,Ev.en H i nle i-vk ne .. T here is s ntm thing r n rnn v.Ith ,n, ,. rt., ,l i -i ;n -r. 1 1in7 "ri.r Ii, l l P 01 t hI i 'Ir... I u' c 1 t l 1 t
Sceannot recall a single instance of tlus- e ttatenipnis Or oiur per,,l. are ,L1 ,, "hr- i -a .' n a,"- ta-c, of .iii. l i atp FI i t h i i t ii. tic ,. a a t a t--
a'11t" "lIitfrillofI,', i [ir i'i'l..n .9-o.."nt f of !L ni' '..'lt I S'I'l:
._ickness that depveiol.ed il.re. M I i. I1: n-'gle tfif l of grer oppOrtlir i- ,l.;.. Th-,.'r.- l,,-T r. ii e i'- ic i,. in'I, , I "* r -TI,
J. a r ia th a t sc o tir ep I r O a'it p la e s i I i,' t \\ 'i r a ;t i i T hi. t i: h 1t.i.1, , o f | t,-i e i a i ,i d 't a ,l -l,-:d l -.c. t.,t-- T ,p,,s .
";t-hen new grounI i brhokc- on a -oil Hold- Moi'-tiue andi Fertilieri !t. "',mi,,, l
'large scale, Is ilikitino i here TThe, Afler ten years of i'arr- fiil ch- ',r, I- l-_' r l-.i .ii at, ciC,, -r oti arm- ex- I f "tj' -i i -' 1"ll\-i lh-.i-,,-, -i',.,r a _
*'-on eline's was the co.t faat inre oofi .itmli ain l no litulp pxric .-ir.,- an tendrl ,I i,-'. ti- I -: I,al hL-iaa ; I liulu;i1w. I I ierrmnni i i.ll".t he, ,, i;cIi i.. in L ieis cc in-i i-
tnc ir-u \'- fra d nt'- ul '-l.t,,imel uitiusinist il-itin ri'.it leIi.,i ,i-'.i--'.iill I, lu-C1-'.u i 1i ia-.,' n i' --I--n-
pioneering fcmr I oai' i.Im'l.tmiu'.ir -re 'c,-iiid ,-, iti-rlini iUl nctatitl 0cm- ti.i, t-,lr1ri. r,,,T ii..'at-C- hl,, tt"mi'ih ri .h',, liirt,.rl r- -
hom esick, and ri-,lic m onil l i np -, n-l i no ri-iTiit' in air,, s. il i -n hit- i lt'1i Ri ail -1 I i h-'' in 1 T1,- I -"' ,r i"in- '.r i i' li -l,'r- .
'none were mo r ait h ll int thi ulfil- in that ,r niilacl ant -an T l-f,.- It 'in ii t ,,', uit , 1- T im i i | i late n' -c in a ll,- .at '
Iiiii w n n l.It. ,Jr ., P1.1.
jw ent of the g ,-,i-.rnm ini s it.limile- i. sunlim ii ci.vh 1 ,. .\ rnt i h ,., cir' ii- i .. i ,.. -. ,r. i--.cm i.rl i r-,z n-,- i F.r- -. lin I .-', ii- l fi ,i n ul i, i,.,,e',. It [ I Pn i ,:,, ,i al !i t ili i e rt i ;,il t ,'.'. i' h 'i -
Cments of a homeEteader than Lthe wo- to convey conim cn.ial or oth r t'erti- I tiu sa',in l T L, i i li- i t" alt1 t.he latp I-. '' .Ire p I 1-
aen I have mentioned. lizer to thP going plaia"t., Imo p,- natfe le a..aII ni- than t he Ahoirt Oilher I- iies s. To .aoib i. tailire, and to dlar.-'
A spirit of helpfulness and hospi- I am awar. p that this 'tlait. ine p i prs rr orn- t i;% ,ldi .a f b.r-n 'e are oin in r. .ItI iflI ,,,,o-iha-t'en te-
iulty prevailed; every man's bouie aill meet with protest. If any man Thie ct',mc- that have noted mt:-iicatioa as tu Llr.tber our I- --Friltcricl L.a Kno, lc3-- 1 the 'art (
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MIAMI IN THE FIIIST CLASS.
\\tl t lro rei' ipt? of $44.157.09
for the ilth'il -ear ending June 3fi.
SI'1"-, rhIe IuaAii poitoffice made a
I Paij of n-auly tt.entv-foicr per rent
n)a.r i-h' i : ;:.,i .-.I receipts of the
pit-ding tear. rhich was In turn
,- aiu o twent.-eight per cent over
iI'.- .1 r nrdling Dine diI, 1911). while
ii- I '-- il i 01 three 3ear-l ago were
S i t. t-"'.. I'" 16. but a little over
r.ul .lti rileiy ice'e during the year
', .ill- i,_,epd .
! in ,.,f rin, thle ''4,i.0cn mark In
1 I- I I i ,.-i r.i ii i irneg aiiy fisn al year,
'lhi ll t i'ijtii inl toff'ir. n enters the list.
, -.i r. t n i t I.os o ,' -h,- aild is now In
' rl. jn,eo crade ith N'Aw York. Chl-
,:a'- i an I other citin-. orf this rank.
Sih l-irii.ia rlns it- i; n a -lass with
I.mr orlier lo dies.. i:sanvillep Tam-
- u-r. I,'-c -a' ,ia hiiii St. Augustine

' TuI, v ill lu Io springs from the
i i. I, I i,.li e (.an do Doubt
i ',ihI I-.'f dr" li,.- gr.at enemlef of
i -'' I l' 'I'i' ,il vi w ii en oiurages
ir 1 l.- 'i. 1 11 ilh-ir. n I Elfay t t0er
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h1.1.1,l , ir i .I m ,h di r,,o not i ih" J i '" :; i'ra- i "irnil ,,% ay
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If a man should go to live on
the bleak shores of Bafrin BLay. it
is, hardly possible that lie w)ouild
choose nil airy bungalow or an
Italian villa as the style of arihi-
teiture for his home, and yet it
has somietinies happu.d thut per-
sons iguorant of weather 'utnli-
tions in South Floridla-rspei-ially
of the trend of prevailing winds
and the sBUan angles-have contriv-
eId the erection of dwellings that
are far from comfortable as well
as out of harmony with the trop-
ical surroundings.
One of the greatest assets of this
Biseayne Bay country is the trade
vrinds and as far as possible ev-
ery home should be designed to
take advantage of them.
Houses, too, should be given the
tuoh that is found in the beau-
ifnl architecture of southern Eu-
rope, where the climatic condi-
tions and the vegetation and the
gorgeous cloud coloring are very
similar to Dade county's.


The modified Spanih ,rirltilto.


ii:u. iii arrangement, he always
iiv,.s a pleasing vi-.ual effect to
his buildincE.
Airing 4, th.'m, t, sat;f*'y IthI do-.
mends of tho piuibli', Mr. (e-iez.r
hLis prodiitiredi great vari,-i ty and
origirrility ,, tIl--..ign ;tit.1 is al-
vty's r,0.1ly to f-ut,-r v ithi under-
'triiti,-: ,iuJ iii linoi -s into th-
(I ell:,irinlit of thein' plin, of eLi-
,:rit,, v.ln havo p.'t id,.as to cnarr
'lit.
Thp, illi-;tr;itions on this page
w,-i' ,l,'t,.,.l to shiw th, range
nt (" ,i.:n f t.v.all as tih, liftfprint
tr--.,, it iiiihliuzs und,'r -,onsruIi-


tminn all of whirh iare- partir-ularly
well siit,-.! to ,oiiiliit, iii ,. li an' d
hav. ;, g, a ,' n- l ft ti ;,t i\ ,- .'1 ,
whioh is not m arrt'dI prr'tn-
lio Sn Us-), n Ir "' ..ini r l',.:;nl"
work. All extrnvteant and fau-
tasti effects have lit-n avoii'ded
and the results iui.-au a piira-
nmniy cf beauty that %ill stand
th? i.ar and tear of the years
Mr. Goi -f.r has also stuili,-l
''irpfully tlit builiu r niat-rials
host iidairtiJ for litis country anil
i 4 a i,- to i\',r- i v l%', i l ad- io.' a to
thpir "ost and diriLbility and the
relative value.


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Frr a year or so it has h.-r-n no-
ti,'1.l ili it ,- t,-r i tt li. tuii I it ,
li, I:-t i i ni i lry p ,.i prli htL o'l'n-' 1rs 11
t ,ill, t' r,'l n-1 hll ht' il 1 I' ;,I," h ull l-
in^ -. lh+,i tii *t ftl-.t+ ,:.hitr i, t, rr]z,:,l
:-'iri-tr 't ittln oIrk, h rii',. li 1 the
caily (lays. it-; in ,ill "i rrrit It'L-l'"
to.rn.; it w -; a ;,-':--t r11sh to g"'t
ro!- o ','rvrih.:'l -Iand stoic -ron'rr,
!,, ,:- ( ili,'ig ti 10 oi' d in It f ,
o,':. Now., nmaNy of tHif tirlt
bi.lildings arv giviun. pin',l, to
I lo-'ns rising skyw-'ard, v. hil iti',
r,'sldin r-lres ati h wlirilg it f"l'i, "orl
thrir ttllri tivrties- tli't pro)mifti"
to iniak- MiRma a .iy of r-,nark-
,-tl'l,- ni L- it:.-Ltii'al lbe,inly.
Bps.i'eq tLe manry r.ilJ>;D','''s v-hlh
Mr. Geiger las r'larineid are a number
o':f buismean blocks wiji b owe their
origin or d.-sign to hiinim, the S. A
F{'rlcier building ocutiJ'ed by E. B.
Dougles store being a Etriking ex-
;imple of the wa- real brauty ran
be given to a com i -cr.:ial ht ,]iir_..
The Douglas store ,-xtends troain
Twelfth to Thirt,-enth streets and I,%
10 f(-.et wl1e. T'ie mtain m i"pa v. is to
secutire coriveenteiic.- .r cii-tI.nipr5
with effective rarrarJgements for the
display of the lat.- tock-anil In
the onntral part of tbr hig rno an Is
an Italian pergola, wo.rkcd out In ex-
qilsite detail, with an uipwr flior
it. off by bialronn-s from wti,:It a
wide view of the store and th' first
floor decoratinrs can be c-yilre*,.
Mr Gepigor vas the- arrhite't. al-
so, for the ,tore and o ffir-ii I.utl'liirg
ereatel by J. P. Tonis. W. C. Grove-s.


If. J. P.a,'.-k and J. B. TompkinsB,
Ii l l iiC- lrhi ar,- up-tro-ate arid tigh-
1. Atl.ti i vto t th0-ir owners.
Te'li Cunlct--te hotel ar Fullord, the
.r,-ni hoij-is 'tI At' Ih Cretk Iand ithe
1; P Anri. t 60tool building .are designs
,.i Air G--Iger. vI ice ritany of the well
Iknor i n r-'sll.iu.& s thf lh-. roln t are
iirh'lJfled Iin hi: ]it of work well do .ii.
Am.iong llie-' aret, tie hizraLc,.s
iof Mr. Franl: (;riilth, Mr. C..*.i I
Botl.-s. C. H. Nnr. R. E Hall t,%o
btUrDEdlo" s r tr C. S Bentor, and -i,-
lor the hlu!i'- Billdi't-s aisu- tarto
al; 1 the r'-td,-ii or .1 H Tati,;',t
i'Ill!spi Enloe. R. B. Pickle. I, B
1-.-, T E. Lillv, C J. Rose. J F
1 niriitad, F C. B lsrGro. T. N G.-
iLi'r, tt-e oi ntrv tl,'-.e of I c. -Hi .
-*ui jAii. th- P-rr-ch apartmentta
.Alr Ii'Tiger also ha. been vary su,.
te.tiul in alterihE lino'.- arrange.
inf lit f ad h:is. ftie r-,JlIts ro show inll
this iit-e. Sinme of h-- notable rp-
mindeling tha tie ba, maltde w -re in
the rofsid-n'es o E. L. Brady andi
Fredr.riclk C. Rand. r.
This weak, .Ir. Geiger has hern
working upon tipe ,eMien tor thi-,,-
ri-'Iide-nre; 10 hI hiltIr in "Mirainmar
and thre-e resi:]dni't:s for Broad-
moor."' two of thi,. pr.-tty suhuihs t1
Mtiami and the outlook ise bright for
3D uhWitL.lly bbus; winter, especially
as Mr. G-iger-r ia r-'ceiving such satis-
factory co-operatirn among his cli-
ents to whom h- ran refer anyone
inquiring atouti the quality of the
service hie give.
"I '.an lbo-i I'-, sliy. "" f having
;F 'ifafled -v.:-ry -i *,t imy -i,-nts" and
l-4 I. tli, c 'i-I 1,1 r.-,or' l thiL he ia-
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The Work of August Geiger Attracting Favorable At-
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tBy E. V. Blackman.)
A little bri-lf history of the lower
east coast of Florila. now known as
Dade cuunt., will i.e in i-re-stilg 1)
many of the readers t tihe Metropo-
lis.
When this tropical section "as first
settled is unknown n In the year
1808, the Spanish government gratt-
ad In0 acres ot land to John Eagaa.
the land was situated on the Sceet-
water river tno% the Miami a on Bis-
cayne Bay. Eagan transferred several
tracts to other parties. This.wouhl
Indicate that at an earl date three
was several Dopie residing here.
and it is more than probable that
prior to this time these and other
,parties were actual residents
After Florida was ceeded to the
United States. an act was passed
granting all settlers, who complied
with certain regulations, 640 acres
of land. From tlhis time on there
continued suits and trouble regard-
ing the title of the land. and among
those who figured in these (onteat.
Ire the names of several of the heirs
of Eagan, Dr. J. V. Harris. Governor
4d Oieason, the Bisca-no Bay company.
r Wltipatrlcl, Mary Brickei. Mrs. Julia
Tuttle and many others.
Efforts to Colonize.
It is not our purpose to recite a
Il. mplete history of the early Fettle-
ent of Miami and this southern see-
n; but simply' to show that frnin
tbji3yealtiO,, tic.e aas more or less
activity In trying to build up a colony
here. Many years ago several people
settled at Cocoanut Grove, among
them were the Peacocks, Mr. and
Mrs. Kirk Monroe. Comodore Mun-
roe, Judge Ewling and others There
was aleo a small settlemienr at Lemon
oilty.
During these years there were
More or less effort to Interest people
*from other sections of bthe U.nited
States and foreign countries. espec-
ially the Bahamas. to (ome and settle
and make this their permanent home.
yet with all the effort tiad- there
was no movement or a general char-
&ster by the people to rome and -oc-
cupy the land." TI.e same climatic
conditions had existed fromru tiunje im-
tnemorial the sanIm re-spotiSi've soil
had been waiting for the farmer and
fruit grower to conime and plant aind
reap.
Mrs. Julia Tnttle'g iii"ns .
The Biscayne Bay, company. va,
perhaps the first oreanied move-ment
to bring setUeri he e. tat their ef-
forts proved una'aillh'rg This coni-
pany beonome iiso.l.i,-d sanid siold
the greater part ot t0 t,- holdings to
Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle Mrs Tultld-
had almost prophetic viiong of thep
future ot this country, arnd made h- I
roir efforts to intr'r-t people from
the north in this .eLtinnl: lhir at thail
time her efforts %ere unavailing. e-t
she never for one mome-nt lost ialith
In what the figure woillM bring to
Miami, when it rn,_,e inio i.' orn.
Mr Henr', M Fl ci-ie. on.,- of Hie
greatest philanitl'hroi-,tl i it ihe a o.'
had for sr. eial i :P'i Oct-i o iii- I It-
log what is n,., thie Fi.'r iIn E.Ias
Coast railinoad. onii gp Io.' n thi -
coast h c-a-y s t g_. TI i, road v1
completed to \Ve-t Palm -ea-:li
where was silr'pisd to tipe the final
terminal of thn road \\e-sr Palm I
Bea.'b and Palmn Brach tlnid-r the In.
fluences of modern railroad connonc-
lions, sprung into exisyinir e Tlih-
great hotels belonging to he East;
Coast Hotel cnompan "ern t,.iilr at.
Palm B -ai.li. FortlIrr, hee]i trI, i t'l i


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onoi w asm herer Ilnr E' rnnoe Mttde F ro m ali Si'.l. ,nf h pr '''? ,,J . .
the C-iity h h all tliforis leri ie?, n t#t !i.:t''i a
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SEarly History ofthe Magic City--- ... Mrs. Tuttle's Vision asr,Ial., i . ,r ..i .,- I u ti.. ..1..
tness.---Mr. Ingraham, the Practical Man of .-Af- tran.. l; .-, .-.,t, e ohafioe i l*' ii.,l- ;,tJ Iii,, Here the Early Settlers First Built Their Homes andi Started Their Groves and
telps to Make the Picture a Reality. ,loat n TiIler .... *'.i na, i>n of I Gardens.---Honeseekets Made Cu tler Their Principal Shipping
I ,v.,ne ,.,,'in wit ii is ,Il,.-n i..-iI i ,,- 1by Boatr to M iam i
rih i v-ilt l Y H-l tiiii- ''lud cFI-
a-. n-llP r-o. L.-r ,na n I -m-
Many who had money- enough lt n.l i r i i deadl, ,trwork.-To mn--.fn be- i . ... ..
a ilt r tah e ealam t returned o h il, r peo ,le r,-i d ns l it- i .r ,,t ending % t ,. l .h.r i. i l i .l[ 111, o -I '--
O, thenn bot inm e .- T h ol s ie 1 , r r Mor riIi.e l:, : l l 1 ,. n r , ,. l l -
bIlt Was filler] with desolallou and inlim atin l e.he3 hal ret-c i'.%d that a -viilnn-iri %--ir'- 1 .,I Clet ai' J .dli- -' d.-. 11.,i *,,I d li.h ,If.I ,-i I" , .......i --, I : I,,, ,-I
'llstres 1. a i ,h i i.' r1h at nai r- ori a.bt t han tlo l at,-,, l ["ri l hl pi? I a'-r .- Ill l l ., H h , ,,, ',i, ,l,- ,, lii -,,r ,. r ,. i' r , il, ,,i r , ,, -, iL l i ,',nii i ', ,r i ,- to1r ,ai l t ie
iothe .sea and Fjh.,Lll Itlc. +f in- ,r. 'u L:h,. l,,,~ 11 ,l'1 I''I LL.- 'h 0 ]I-, itIfhl-II i,.11' ,'''l.. '. rl,_h I.H I I 1- H. 111 o:-3 tI, a d
A rio e th en ai ited %i I p re [fr ..hl -, V Il I-ti 1d t e or ig Te li-rradig e i r ii "i tl] it . --d .aU V. r i ,, .t '-.'t- '. i i, (i i a', dl lT I i rt l- -, ri l h I IM l.ilt i 11. 1 r li-:It i ii | 'n 1 Ic, I r ii l s
rfe to se n -re lostr i.nance f or our i -tin- ndu c >- i riha the ni. "a rer it ,' n11 i 1 I -, l ,i3,r ,ii t,. ti , i i ,i a 1, r Iin r ih 1 . I '-, Jit l- i l,. l i t;, r ,-In i i- r ,i -I : T,,_, ri, ona ir to
lte Y I gr sh S nht 10- Aa boalroused. M r Ing ahain l h i l t l.n l gr- aLeirlt h II a,, i |.ai e,: v, b II t .,i tirir l,,iil Ii. L, -'i ." ii I Iii i il ii ih '. r, '.i .t an'i l. i or o tlr
M r. [ u.ahan'si iym pat b Arou sed. q et of blr c l ing lh i-, r -.,triLht %,.a .'],ar ind -a lI h l-,r I n' :Ilr F-l ,i -r T.,1 i,; -1,',. I - ,,,-,- i- -,,,, l i,D .. 'i' .t i-u I ,' 11 ,, "h ."" .i' l" l i ,ii I i. Ii ;i ,,t j 1, n-, aI i the.y




l nem sp~~~I r i o t m thp Ir III' ti l 'n e liar ail-'i- Nia' n llij In t: il i r n 'r. -. i-in iftt o^^ ^ ^ ; *.1 *,. li .i; i l III I li i i .I Cli ; r1- 1 .ir. n jl|i!, ^n 1.11 ir i ni i 1, n i
In a f ew das r ir. .Ingrahain L to -ok riega f. oL gir .- iI;I I lants a tlit fliuls,' *liar a ied \ t1nCi r 1.- n 1i, < Irio , ,,r,,i r ,. I ,.r, ,, ,. .1 1 i t, 1 -I ,-, 'i.,, i l-i l r ,,li t ..1-.. ,-,1 1, -i i ii d a(--I oI', f ini i li e tb y
the lam o rtlith o ,on t-rlt with M r. I ild se.nt them to Mlr. Fle glM r at 1 l l iti Ou a -n Tile ,nill Iat.,,Iti 1.,ii -,-P ,tl-iri' ,r I. ,.:i',- Ir,, T.. ,,,]It ,,'-l:l .,' -,,- i
iagler at Palm Be-a.h On Ia ll I tr p a -, c.I air.tll vii reni;.'l, .d that lie o nt t ar ,,t-i w n i i -n vile "a ft tran'.,iiiilrr- .t ll- I ih ',-I ,, i ,i ',, -ar-, lit 1-, 11 r i i ', T..11 i il i ,--, T. Il. I; ar h. eAin-
so kith as he ibe eld the ruin w ro ugliit I c ti r thai l i. -, a'". i IS t- t o i i i- r ai n-ice i t u. ,' '1 '- .. ,r ,..i .-h ,i-r I I', -, .|T ,% ,, i,,i, - Is ri h, ,- i' I , i -,, l i i i in-i they 'e .uIr-
by ihe irost 1ing, da he saw the it-If I
less o ran ge. o % itg a h e I th he irs I- I t i a.';,p l h.,I no t re i t ir. -t N itn. il M r l. i2 a icr. ,M illinn H ei pt- l. ,i t l,I.p ;tilh-A it Ir l'ii i "- l', ,ii ti l ii lHir: ,'. III'I- i iii I I iti i i r Lii r-h d't. r.-, i-,i Mi .i d tIr .
!e s ~~~il o r uo res +t v l t e r lo g l f fl O l rO l h e r h a n dJ | la r ad l fe \ la ,; t I," I r l t ~ ,I I, , r1 ,,, rItI -, ,i, j. r l t, ' I , ,lt.1 h r' ir k s
lei hrah ,t-c 'hes iJOl t it g tipa en' ard a-p m aikingg a t lliti n aor- i it ph Tre ih r etli -i r,', -ri t l',h. i- .- li- r n n 'h II ." U,, I,. .I 1 ' Ir I I I'-. ,- t*I I l''l oI ,. ii "Ih I 'l l,.ii. T
if al_,pualine g or azst-r l.- : i.-e. h ais Ir S11itL to tnling ,1 I.-t =' c id h e that rii.are ilanm r i 1161 6 '- L ,urii li nl i .s f -, It I, T, ,1' -, ,,I ii i li-iiii i -i i n 1- ll -i i 1' ,-1,, ,I .ii-- I n-l1 i i, .l,, it . r C I,,r,,,,l, t I tiuier
Ii-*lIIIITI Ii i %- Al o rT1,L:-l., -- I 1- I ,a r a
oiild ou t to lth e dul.rinq a rd h r l: I- a a l: , I 1 ,_,Ii *l[ o l l % I Itor r. r ; a: | ,.A lr ad !.r it ih n I|..:.,, i .,i I, ii - I .. I. h. 1, 1. 1,,'" ,., i ,i l 1- , i .' .. ', I [, L' rn' .p r lr i ..[
hearted n pe iole and he eli t hat ii first i.rig i -,h t I ,- p, -'. .r 1'.9 -d -ath or -. li Ig il g hi ii. l. .. i. I, t,-. 'i- i l ,,, i l, ii.. ,-: ril, I .. l, I rit.--- -- ,,i -I in .. i r, i,i r I ,- 1, i the t ern-
s oji m e w a yn 5s u i, or m u s t b e b r o u g h t t o F l a g l -r l i k e t i o r rin g 0o a d r i v e d r z i n g t h e i c l im n e l I n. lIh e -, n- i l-, t , i , ,ni I \ i1. , .n,- .ii ,b i -I , I ,l iI L I ,i l i- i t t .i i i t -t,.i i n t y
A th en. -e ; re bi t nsI1r. In g ra h a m W l .L la. g r t,-, c [il p- |l ,I I h i h i l r n ,i_- l 1, 1- / il ii, 1 ,,, I ...' I ,, 1 ,- ,, -i ' r '- it il l ,i k r ,r r ii t -h




nrsi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ c IIIe rH? t~ to t Ie It-bii ff ~ I- om t 1 i ar r 1: r e ri n l.i|t p I I, Ip a. g dlid ni~ ia -, ~ a i- ,iiii.,i ,' 1 I nl .31 111, i..:lrii..:. j_. m d I !I, :ar1.'.,' T 111 i ir r Is O u ii. r l d innue
haj m ade a trip a re s the E r-i nI rr ll -i dn d i ,i,, lIT clr.+- ?ii l O- i h --- -- i l,' -' ii r--... ,ir I ,,- ,l,-- i ,, l i l i 't a -i I i, I r i n .. i-n ir-. i,- i. Na tile
glade on f oni Fort M y. -r, to N tM an Mi 3i T title Intele-t ,s M r. Ingraham i., a icO all p,..iir i. .i. : I,-i i. I i -i'.l '.II I- *i .- hl *n ....* ,* i "*- a '- I iilL lhL *;- I i. t' i 'i a .i I ri e i a
This trilp was a m ost dang-\ -rohaiis i- M r. Ingraliam rem ain'd at l1 1 3e 'da t.h i c,1r1:1nii1 nt-h.i I I' I Ii ', ,n i r- ini I :-r l,, i ,1- ,I h iii d I',, r i i 'I . I ii nli-I .11 ',, I a ie IT in i,--
dertaking. lbit tie felt that this ta% t i1(,n-i e or M.O TiL'F le, nt.t. ,t a 'a i-- nr(. it ., l l ,- ill- i 0I- ll' i -" I.-- -- T. I *- in i -ri, II r r' 0' i -, I l.. r t ni llh th e Ii i l
bd,. of war't.' land should be ins.pert- i,1l rofp.illsfp*- tjii,1.tin lan ar-I toila "I- In-, i, r,'.t---n. the riie lint inn-- ,.e i rh t- i I, tnl h i 0,11, I .hlln[1i1 'AliI,-





d r a- -g io r. li -- i i Ei il ai" Ip vir u j 1i i o a, ] ,1 1 0 r1 .. . t. . i n l 1 1 i i c i - l [ l . ' ' e* * * * i a -i* l ". * * l - r !- l fuh
-ir n m di e i p o i s i r .l b .- a iT .e t, . o a a i r t t o a l l 1ii i1 1iiit T l l n i .1 i i n 1 i I .i- i Ai -i H I i i I i i ri-i --i- t -i -. ii t-- I -I a i L t r 1ia t
,I t ra l t t [ 1 c h a n r ,c. b e m i g h t ,l i a- r .,) b e a bl,l z I ,, n a k p a 1 1 1 e o r o d1r"+, a l ,\ h q h 1 1 li -,i rnl l ,.g I",] , .I , ,j'r IJ; t JI ,,..J L r [ I , l r trLi , ,a t ,' t a
cover'r i pO llon of it o at. least that It r i -'lael,:-i on li- n .t j r r i pity-' I lMrIr F al t .-r i i n.i:- i nii r i l l k(i,-- -l.r I ,l, -r l--- ir- -.- -I,-'- Il i ir ,,ii.,'" .-,-l ,-- ,,-- t .-r ], r;i ii,- the ;ani that
voti ld be ulti.'ated. .M, I rl -i t 111-3 o ;| fl '\ c a ll. I -di. II ,' I ri -. 1 r l l Ii|',' ii ti T hIIi 3 I ii, i [ ,r i l r i t "- l 1 'ij II i I i 1," v i l rot 3ia
IhI~lT [[,I- '\, .-i -ll t- ']'i- 2,Id~ r ,, I r. fr- tt
D[ igreslne a i m o m itit. we wish t ', h, , t l' I, I g* l , i ,,Lol !, it [, -re I, I r. Hir' 1 r .1 1 ni l e, It A L I i it t l 1 1 I I '.. t u-a s
p ca ll I he a t te n t io n o f th e r e eler tt o th e tin e Ian. L; '14 i t %el c i -] '' Ith r 1 : in-g r ph ,ii,- a l.-n ',- i Ii l f, -,rr ,ii l. l .. I l iii h,]-' -" i ,1 iil ..I .i ,
raet hat I ;.M ir Ingrahm w ho d Itis l.,:lr-, im-? ha%-ii t 'lr M, r..i \'- hal ,'t- ,- ,-,It |, l .'t .: 1. 0,- i ; h l h,: -l, * f ( ,** 1 .Of l l l .\ '3 1,-%Vl* **"* l l ,. l 1 a11..1, s li's
first elilled allt _nliot to Ilie possihili- of w att'r. .,, ,rm In:r.tilani i, Iti \', d Err'fir,,'int lariiL a,4.. .I ,, lth fll ,r h I i-ri i- -I-'h,: ,ti, Ti- T -'' - ,,-n- ('Intl'l" l- Is Ithu les eIetg,.
ty of drainlng this i llitense t body ot that lt,-ii i n.ci -r- ,ill, Iv 1 i. r, n1 .'- Th- ri-. ris one th,, i. hg t ,:.-. .n i l p p t .ie lit. 'i,- .. It -'i., v -it ii[%rl -ri ,' ,1 i-. i ,.- i- ,t.i i.r ii,[ iir-r ,t\.1-ad It H ro ly
rich lal nds Srtps % -re t ak n and a ti lee o. l-sa le- aind t. t t thic was a|l. i at.,i- rii el o lhi -r:a l-r t 1 rr -i ,]. l i ii t., r ,, ti iirII IiI,,, l' I. i i .l i h ,.ri. .-- i.,i TP.I lii, .1' ,r i--l r- i l, ,- --1 C, I, ar, ,.1 -Lid a l y
Io upaniv formed for the purpofn e o f, < nI of in gr,] -at ,ic'niH,n) r r hi.plnh.tnl v_1 r.. N-" I r r nr,,. l d 1ii -. tin '- l n i I-ATr .r 1'-T i i ifui ihr i". ltr ** i l,.- -,.. iT,- tii i a d t j i n] i oeif
udran urMng i arge t- la llot fc'r Ir. T %t i ", ,. ..a1" it- ItIt'- na re- 8 ,i l ii. |.u-- tr ... | i- I,.Iii i h. jilt.- .. ,I I,-LiI'i,1 ,I I li, -,I I i , i. .t A.tr i i fh, T,,, l r,,,,,i.
enm ne at-rt ':,as n-ncr c3ied 1o1. 1 atI. Ir, .% he ,tV ,Of ,M liill%3'' h ',C, -`1,11, ,,tI.,I,...II'ih 's I-I, ,It". 1 ih lh, r i. the.rp s n i-re hPa lfii~if
nthrohi l Fro mn ht l a1 lti1f ol n the .I i' r;- n r .a -t, ii it.l.Jf l unlea ,t a\- e \ i ia i i l. it l u. ,h t- r r 'l- '- It I ,,l ',. I, r .1 '_ ., ii ,I ,i n ,,,i ri' I ltii Itl.t-c I ,a I ,niu e heatit l.
drainage+ of lh., Entrgiade~s never Ilatlinis .l hI Xl I'r cnlci r itall) neC] li-i n. ,,II hI t oui t ,-l d Ii.Tirr u l~ 1f15,'~i h I .1. I "t :i[.i ,luh-"ni .i,' I,,, ii'", I~t,,r, ,, -,,.----------- i I ,,. I,-, i-- ,,,1 i, lo n than he-i,
i t riui iireiiIftll-,iE%-'-lia rnllhr. .'Ifide.a -tI a- iptr ir ,-,. h h i ,,lpi-t l, h T, i .,11 ,, .I -i. -h r -'-- i i. t i a th' a
il,\ lonlld I's "lllt ,U th v I t It xl'ril n ,',,l l r j 1 _,11 PL ll l IB f I'n -
trom ln- iit featilre lIn r the pon litiral . E C ral i''I, I31'- |' , "0t i nr --i .i,', I I, h .l, in ,i, i i'i. ir h iii .1 Ii, I Lii ,r 'rno the sorih
history of Flori Ia. and to l he late 'is lltI.-v ira -c--it fit -ti Lnt iit tt l i., Ih, t '-- ,I, a r I r ,a r,,t -,ii t-t,-t Infi nt.-a r r , ,al' .
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in,'hiding the entire E %Irgl.,-Ic-. tratt.I w hir,j. Miami m-l nm. ih i l 11 o1Ct i ilJ.-Ih,1-- itll.te i I ii, ", t h l, ilt, I h, i,. l l iI r rIh, "a-' ol, -I _, , ,,,ti,, in I ,, l.. ItheI- shallot % ea-
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a, fitiein Itnnn iton t1o or ni.e rch~i- t nti is .I r.-.- rro t'nI
years W esl. Pailm P,-a'h 'i-c th. itr- h I tl--i- i -,,n r> I m 1 e, tan ]- iiJl | ,lr !aii- r r a. r r ,, ,, \ sr ill .t aig-r a .raT nt of f1-iri k
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great freeze tVhat s\,n-Ipt nv-.r Flttitla n'p 1 M i ,p 1Iatt, 'Ti a i-not, II r.I ".tI. --'ih 1 i Tt fron t thr. Itlf, ,ini fr-art
ra g^^ ^ r^ne,^,1'110-^-^-" --- *I -t '-- c- I,----,i .inI tlt or'-.i^ f.,-t.. c-in-c e- rums< -ef Fl-'i -l. and w. 1,
it might possibly have r,-ri-rine- the h u n,"Flo'l"lr-tiii t lrc.it-.-,,.,+ r,1 ittd ti i se r' in I -" 0 I, F 1 -.,,-w I I-
t r'i t ..i. p II 1' 1 .I- I , l- i .- .-' ] I o n I a I .v i' t 1ke. [,u ir in It Iii .- t. --,.,r n' l, 1 tit.-'n
term final of the roari trd ta,', i ,!l,. .n ..t a.,,,, I ." ,hi ,,rlt r -..ji l.i.onn. T V M aPne til, r 'trn M. 'l',tth 11ll
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road t a inel Ilall..- i ;.I 11 !!| ;' i, i t t,, I -: l ,, 1h,] r l, a ndi a [ii nil rI'-'It a ,r. 1i : ,i n r -n 1-. -a. in- 1 I,'-
T h e th o ug h t -i % 'i-'th .) ini ii t-.s lt t l .a ] et oiT K na 1t, h1 ,- i j...i t t i l ,.,- ti e tii .r tnc r "tl-l tmc 'i a l 1, u i lr'tn -a 1 l ; l i .rt t i nul-. ir,' i--.,r
-a-u zTo K n- ithI til -i- ti.it V ia iX IA 1 o 'uth ; ntl-, uit- r
the readers Is the jea;.in n. i ly this jl i 'n s.iiii .r-l .ii, t'l li. I;-, ,,,, ii ,, rrone lh't it s oh ri the triol \ i 'a ll \ ,' IN ii
southern sectlIoi cai le iiute ilS Ott,' thc p If ul hid rl ,- ,\ ,,r'. hr.- 'ur 1 i 5r- r1 Tr c':ircad tine l';, i1 0r -Ihi.: it t.-n:
an d there is b ilt tl ne lIcg i l rea s- o n niv lt ui,. k latir j a -II n t .iN..- -i rirr a Qica ,h hii V- l 'I r Il -e rthet h 'o lh(,r-
for the great transfoi m ala )n Ihat has launt h l-ipn furnI-Iel b the l lat 1- 1i R t k, nI, can i. i c 1 iill oit olt -. a rt. .. all t-, ro-
' taken place, anj that is tile b.tilding fMrs. lulia D Tu tIs iLb ,lrl. I. I& r, a un Li. t Tot a n n-i nTe- % i I[it P -i ill I ..' r. i -
of the Florida East Coa-t railroad \in -r l o r I. he in lit tOn-i it-a l e)ihl 111
t "-r . .- ": r., 1 :12 I M, 1,'M _B-, .r L I I%
W hen the great le-eze S, P'Ipt oer Findls Tli. e S -tion tntOii<-heel. ,- i From t,,ha 1 i 'nnid]'a andI ia mln12,i- a r1pi.,Iri ii li rl
S Florida. MIr. J. E. Ingrn iaiu. vuie Il-riai sri-i tlhe a -ne of thp -i..,...-l-1l IT-'. at ihe i
president of thie FI-'orida Elast 'oa t B.ehindl himn hlie I-ft cr--at rove t o'itr (il.tr l, .i I .- ,l,. It ', r h It it .' ,, TIhe- bi liil. ffrm 'ill I
n ilroad was in St Atigustinie, %nlere of dead orange ti Ps, a s.-dd and dlis- -al.-i an I ii'nhtis Si,r -'cn ,-ar- ago r-rat .;iu or 4iii, a- Tn i ,i taii-tce
his office is nairitair.r-' Mr. Flag ourag.d peol|) lett. to ,- isiicroid itru ; rc f1-,. l.- r, lpt thrtighriti Iht- XXIII Pt0- rs eiltr.- O1 lr nt i lr. ,iot,
ler was in Palm Beat.h. Fram .\erv a o ntl -,nIi er th l- ft nst hlintg l t ]ad lii'ril i-i'a1. I rim- tha there \\ 1 et 1 res. T'rn .tti-rs ,nroiinu .inn '
portion of the "old orange bplt"'I ne' r e- ntl-eJd FlIovn.- s blIonaI..l on IS. s .- a il'Ir P or thl r't1I., :,4 Nliat3 l'. i nin 11 h tonudt-. l- ii. i-n-ira ,
came up the wall of disrrt s. The -r Ve hat an1. i ll e t .i irrii- i rtlnti *- r Lr-'il d n r)' .'v h-er or man i f[oun 'i j his r.:nmarlhaol- 'n. ,. .-- 'lvi 'i thin-
acumullations of .\ ar.n iets swept imnto''le I t'aold anti N 1erp luie.ild tl,- ra"._- of 'i -ni h na, InrPi nd qi rI. l r ru n.. at ,,.it 4ll,, ar 1s
away In a single night Men whIo re- I vtal fruit Ot a most dell.icaus q.,-h- liilhtIl r Hi. t.-',plt a:5 t.r n..dng til-r' Pr,-tloe n I..e and \'V. ibin eirirn miul
tire.1 at night, who were counted tv, ltfe in the phitiral norld ma.. i Peti "I L' lantint about it ti, 1 a, r --l.|
worth their thousands anokp in tlhe on FIpry hand. T-i itas a great t _v- Toli\ 1 Mt -nii itr l.biast of a per- v ht]lp D. H V'. hP F i' iintorl. r-'
mo lning to find that ijieir fortulhe; epla rirt to Mr Illg aliaani. a' hl iaIl tu1 -i' t 't lhail." i'-,,'- n oc0 m Ii' i, "fll rot t'.,t It I i il I ;rilii r. Ili
had been swept antat. Tle-ir groves reared that e\n-n to Ith most souiheri to 12 l l ... il. tiii,. :,, i..e Etreet. IA PIo..t--r t" i.1 1 P R I v twi,.,, II
which had been their fortune and extremely of the east coast, that tLh I-oronrete sid.- alL- ei.-i ri- I'ghis I X. H Parlker arnd P Lewis ill
ailiAtav, were dead apd lifeless. j freezing blasts of winter fiad done sewerage, waterworks aind all the have in the irusial acieage.
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FLORIDA AS A HAY GROWING STATE


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REDLAND EDITION, SEOTIfN 4.


7


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


PAGE 43.






M tC= MRMOP6L!g, SATtRDAY,.NOVEXIBEA2, 912.,


Nothing Counts Like Results
jl ..'.. 0^ ^



Coral Gables Plantation

Shows Results Beyond Any Other

Grove Lands in Dade Couty

T. Pioneer large acreage grove of the cwtyg,--tited 18 years ago with a total capital of less than $1,500, this Plantation
property snow VALUED AT OVER $100,000.00. Eery dollar of this-outside the first capital WAS PRODUCD BY THE
P4ANTATION ITSELF. Neither speulaton nor outside oalital entered into it. THE LAND PRODUCED IT. _

The Most Productive and
Profitable Groves
These Groves since their 4th year have had noe unproductive or light crop years. For the past eight years they have uni-
formly HELD HEAVIEST CROPS IN 0OUNTY. The 191041 crop was nearly 10,000 BOXES, yielding about $1", 00.00. That
of 191112 was over 5,000 boxes bringing better than $14,000.00. Thie year's crop is estimated at between 16,000 and 16,000
BOXESIand $1.65 "on trees" was refused for crop. .


End of one of the Pfantation's 13-year-old Groves. From tree in foreground 28 boxes ripe
Grapefruit were picked Oot. 1912--]aiing ever 12 boxes now on tree.


"Coral Gables," the $15,000 Plantation Home built of variegated coral with roof of Red Spanish Tile.


You Can Produce These Same Results on This Same Land
THESE PLANTATION GROVES ARE NOT FOR SALE. A tract of about 350 acres of the plantation lands is now offered for sale in 10-acre. plots.
TheseBplo.te4we-dealcly the same kind of land as that which has produced these groves and truck fields. Nearly all face county roads. They may be pur-
cheed, on extremly eamy tw, for limited period, at the low price of $80.00 to $120.00 per acre, as to location, same, however, being net, subject only to a 10
per cent discount for cash.


No Co-operative

Scheme
Buy one of these 10-acre plots; come and live on it;
velop it.with GTapefruit, and you can have a grove eau
worth $10,000 in 5 years,-and, following our methods,-
LESS COST than a PERMANENTLY SUCCESSFUL a
EQUALLY PROFITABLE grove can be developed in a
other section of the county,
For the benefit of non-resident purchasers 10-acre-gro
will be developed as a part of t*e plantation (only as
working operations) for a nominal supervision charge.


Early Truck Growing
This high land is exceptionally adapted to early tn
growing. The Plantation groves' expenses for the first
productive years HAVE BEEN CARRIED WHOLLY
TRUCKING PROCEEDS. From 30 to 80 acres,-pLAJ
ED TO YOUNGER CITRUS TREES,-are trucked ye
From 500 TO 1,080 ORATES of Eggplants and Peppers A
MADE TO THE ACRE in this way BETWEEN T
TREES. Shipping begins in November, contiuua(,
July. THIS EARLY HIGHLAND TRUCKING, with i
gation, has proved by far the SAFEST and MOST MPM
ITABLE.


Buy Ten Acres
Where Groves
Are Not for Sale
Contrary to what may
be found in many sections
of the county, these groves
-and groves in vicinity
-are not for sale. The
Plantation groves are be.
ing enlarged by about 40
acres this year, making
a total of around 150
acres IN GROVES. In
addition 150 acres is be-
ing retained for further
development.

Buy where
faith is shown
bSr orks


A section of month-old Pepper field showing irrigation method. A $10,000 overhead irrigati
waters 24 acres early truck, grown between citrus trees.


TMs Phtsidon- TO l Aft ree ~ -& 4% iAi h year "74.00. This year-4ts 10th-it is
)oling an aver of 0 box% per tree.


Sexample of theM kind of Winter residences building in Coral Gables section.


Coral Gables Plantation Tract

An Ideal Winter Residence Local

Only 6 miles from Miami Courthouse (southwest), with beautiful paved Boulevard all the way and through e
Lying high with beautiful building sites, and surrounded by luxuriant groves. Steady breezes and purest water. Area
up with beautiful and costly homes. MIAMI IS BUILDING MOST RAPIDLY TO THE WEST. City lots are now
within about 3 miles. You can quickly and cheaply develop an IDEAL, INCOME-YIELDING WINTER HOME on i
plots, that will have the ADVANTAGES OF BOTH CITY AND COUNTRY .__..

PLOTS ARE SELLING RAPIDLY
Since these plots were first offered, sales have been made steadily, among the purchasers being Ohas. B. Steam
nent Chicago publisher; Mrs. E. W. Cull, of Baltimore, wife of Rodger W. Cull, the eminent corporation attorney; Mr. ]
of the Navy Dept., Washington, D. C.; Clifton D. Benson, late of the Baltimore bar; Worth St. Clair, Baltimore railros
others. Several of these named will erect Wintei residences in near future upon their plots, which are being dev
groves. Visit the Plantation, or write

GEORGE E. 0E ERRiCK
MIAMI, FLORIDA -


The Earliest

Maturing Fruit
And of exceptionl quality has from the first been produced
Sthese groves. THE FIRST CARLOAD OF GRAPE..
pIJrT E1VER SIPPED FROM DADE COUNTY WAS
OORAL GABLES PLANTATION 'FRUIT-as were also the
FIRST OCARS out of Miami for PAST THREE YEARS. 20
CAOADS OF RIPE aGRAPEFRUIT have been shipped
from this plantation since Oct. 1, 1912. 7 CARLOADS of
ithe, heard from average $2.65 PER BOX "ON TWN
TREES.


se Facts and Figures

Are Results

,Nt the easilly painted predictions ef what MAY be done on
more or less untried lands.











REDLANDS EDITION"


_ _i MIAMI DAILY METROPOLIS Pages 45 to

______ Larger Paid-in-Advance Circulation Than Any Paper Published on the East Coast of Florida _


VOL. 9. N0.282.,


MIAMI, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1912.


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Women's Clubs of Dade County"


1 First Organization Was the Hiosekee rs' Club at Cocoanut Grove-The Miami
SllWoman's Club a Progressive Rody.-A County Federation Was
Formed in 1911, Included Fort Lauderdale Body

--."By Mrs. A. E. Frel,-rik. Pi e-'ident of Florida Federation of %%oman's Clubs.


.TA '- | l a -. .",- ' ,T nt-tone. ..e r* a'o, Bisca%1 'n thl'. n_- 1to to h -e. I remember how was selectpiJ and Xlis L.ou l.e Jaudr.in,
.B1 av v.,l ahli ., nii fl n,.n n i-'-g in 'the 3ile. It-) into ethel. as you Inao, .\w Erli Holm s I was elected

to-,- "l r ao h rla t lIl rge. Aien',' I. "'.,- uhld nnI .e th [-rnl do LuntoI.l y ei r tork- 0ot toe tIl,:e which ahe held satis'fa' -
t. .., ,.,,. f .di n,' i in tng "'- Ofl. iiis ild ;*d. ANiol "lihni .bI l -or .-. olo speiak torill, for many months.
W ta l l ~ !i..ad i,. red ,.'. a 1 Vhad-eJ !ll I to. i gt how <. worked i woi, t id take volumnes to relae ,
_. sn oriS and Lilir'Il i ng b i rflnr_6 t.lih tiat Otto i am at'i aidh s h a thing ti e full history of the cliubh During
-----------' e r e -h a d a,. ,_ d .., ei i '. dvt .. , l d i l o _lu i t i mp.l e n o . u t'ti i h e p r e s i d e n c y o f M r s A E F r e d e r -
acres Of th,.- ink : I', I le d ,r,.,i ii ,-I ,,-iI to t _-I that t,,telle ik ItjoinedtIiae State Federation in
A Descriptio To he E to Ve n'e|.lle in nthis .l n ', oir i. r', u' ii i :.,.lI' ihg Uiiin0 i the It ,-the g ener al Federat ion in
.. ,' ,. ,.. wa- l r,,1 i 1 ,1it. "'h ,,-,1_l., 11t i .rt'ii, , .. r lt i14l ; changed its nam e to the W e- . cit ].
c ~rontrasi of driliing Ili Ii., surilit v, t- Il r (:. 0r&I ii'I.s A .?r, 4orne- mnub a Club or NI lam lanid a lopled theI
---- ote ~ er i l, [ lv rn ioiN n to r- ,iu* ir;FI -2 a I 0 il,.l: n Tn! i T il. t'. ,i t hn departm mental pla n i' of work It has
te e r l o oleri-h ne ibr-l,i, ii -, treinat : i. .I r n I 'it l 'inMe I. it' Roliberts took changed its abode so many i tes that
a d rlin I srk of,,-> l : t .- no -.i irth. ,a i p .f r. l I. ., I fa h,-, the n l h i1's Ihe l library has been called the Pare- lea.i .o.i--,r on..l a l iis ar il a L', i ro hi .-i .' ohil lt If' : oin I b aiti r t i. l ii-la h i 'l f ir hl patetl librai.-. ........ . ....................i -
t oia e,-, ,-brf .i 10 ,., il d-,t r Ib ,n-i'tlhb nlll, v .i | t | 1 l% 1h, 1 tl ln -- \ .o l ,. e (II' A. eii elght Mo nroe su,.ceede lI
Decorated Automobile In the Parade D uring Miarln 's Carnival iI,. hie l , -il the u hitn *r* nin a l iitiu, r- i,.l i y ho M i[s A Fr ede ic a n ros e inruced w-a a............ ...... ..
hut Ald Jgf ag'- .,[IaIII.? ublulilitni.,it Ilne Iili in ItintI ~hr.id a. bathxshow. I %Its Frederick and she in turn was
_h__ ol hielift, -ro. the ze L-t of no, f ael v or,. I.n": ruii n:ft h r hi i. ri, b Iabte I no -la, h i .ie u ieedd by aro T V. Nloorp While ri e n
_______tl, a iiap, ra ,ri a thr I han -xlhai.-io d. ii- i iiI Mrs. oor roe was president, The I The
__ e ProgressiveWoe i10Ii en
Fl-t aias ,r ilhe ,-',!nfn' N.-t fori t "TitUSe ri, t i da..:',hlth e~ery Bool.lovers Club %aa former. This
wi n F. in i re S g l nar C ane, ,, I,-,i t :,[ ] .. i '. t, | i.. ,i t,' ,I 1 l' Pai.1 ia-,olan za lia iniion qlle ditlr il from i
Gi ( rowing F e ree Sugar. ....' ir,.r1+ hn-. W I.-'hl'r,, Ictiu'. ilt l' I tP i.,'lt lti, oaIL T\\oman i ,li lihouigh it. iiem- Have a Numlber of Active and Useful Organizations
r r l~ l G h l r 1.-1 0-n I ti 1 -1o 4 1,' : ka l \-i -,lh ,lO r - l I I p r i a l l? rr e q u i re d t o b e i n e ln h e ; o f
,,,:..l4i,.t gI., ,,.,,,,h.i r,,T ; ahrou hout the County

A Description of the Experimental Work in Semi- I,'ItI,, i 11 i n il, ,,i.li. ti t. I Flu ir ,rL Jiin.. ilL. .II. he Bool,;.ove rs had ie n-. ... ....l. .. ... .. read many Aont.i
1n ~rutit e For :l Intq.u.k Lual"'ay'a i.entudd'Igl-ltilI






ite ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i thel prciablt t: gro in 1 -,-, pr, i1, ,n 1,. k r ,a ia lee ,li.0 ;.,u- u ~.. r' 1,; to i riloIP ni ..ijnil) Ili.;:min (h i t iei n y -rvio.i fo r improvrninto 1-it, 'a 1 60 1' '' ( * i\* A bni'io h m rc n \ o
nole Plains Plantation Near Goulds. a1-il r].-. P ..i r -,.,. I r; o 3 tioL -o -l i ,- ...on o- M, .,1 o ad, ht ,il he 1 ,-. o ni . ii iin ar- a c n
t'ng ou w't',hu : l .o, r l1',i ti',?ii ii..iii n t' In izrn f i ir i, i,, ,el t. th ol"n a t esic- i ane id guio n c l s, hi. iu i g pn tp r h a d -n e od
t jrii [ i n a tr h r n, initinit:, ill 1:111rtil a1s the
h, i .-ti 3 l -i*; a id l[ pld, i, t li t fl in i oe I iniie m erhi ti wi ia lp 'I ll i' L tiili tpr1` of third Anw w rir.a
t mday iot be generally known, other year Dr tEiio har I v. wve Iaill ., h a t sia-tt lhii h,, I,,-' [ rhlh- t l i' ;,. ti.' i V t-.-.. I-., -i. n .lrt, -eeCl i M ilt ticilb cn ir e rn l k i n lie i r iie -n ay ib td Cl l ioi, pe- ni g th m ele







tion, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l"I litus Iho the. an-, tr tIlt suS>il Stud% Chill llvi es HlTdch had liel-13r.. ?PXiiii.'. iiiiii' 0.ilo .' I, t f nrlen-p motony liriio-n hi..Litoi 11 i-pno C ty aobe n an.imn
a splendid sugar cane plantation so ow.n corle l .iveiy that at lead t the 1s ', n-,', ni 1. r, Ir-,1 to Ill- ur 'tr li. lt \liI s ing n-para tli for t o y,' -a r uidin- r l i t itI b "o t Gro TAi ul ira inli oro a en ari
now in full, growth on the marl mailll ra ti lSe o l ul ugar ti a Ll. H a. ti. ,,r t%.lil11, ,, In r ,, rh,.,a3- i ,n'-., ih ll t-. alers p e Mrs lFnl* hI n .u- ni a'. nlIii l'i- rga'nl; li ,o, eii ll a or pd r..J two G enos
Iri northeast of GotLIes and just rornhi able qantt ad the do taor has h. ... I i-i -' N I It i',t ,.,d \ i, .r.IrI *I |lganlzalo had ll one rAlil. ite .h iirs da of the li) _F-., hli [_ rthueli al b1ik ou anh
Sof l he Camp Rics plantation a h. c nerg, .la -trtin i altio nt lon nl-ii a ii,- (. i -, i r. lr n,, i i, P .. t '-, Ir la -I t -l -ui, r l -t ilit I h11-11 hIstorl- II has nim bled r afining Its u'ri- tiiri ati. euo l ailatr ioti c fe l
uo rlith speculation has been in- to eariy his expert ri-- nt to a In l,- ---, -I- i-I, i ' IId- 2, r 1 i l. il'hl. l .il i iLh. Iral ll III i aItually ro tng mrii anyIniersl r s rt:
ged l uont he possibilItles of Dade c.- s l fiist l t f th- ,'t itlron-. ill c,. lht l', lIii, n. ''I lt ,.' -lh ftile rl 1 ltr-_,ns composer Th. trol f -ar h-a slate. I ,-arl., h ,, liltIr In ,arrv n to
inl3 as a saga cane r, oducer that at lo andi I blelhe it hasei.c-er '.iif-i Ii I 1,1-or :dit tile\ieall'-
eel that tho groat edition of Tne ficentl:- .shn.,, o that F ,-=.- f a i n "', d. ,itl r.i-i Ill iri--- :,rid ,I nl. i hi.- r,,, andi t ilian noIso.. t h ingr f liati-a esrb.\ thiaie L11ar- ni' c-i, t u ,,-x.T lr-itti,- od li l 'taiis o\V eaf Li hnd -se -eei a
t ro nnoptI itilng nri,,lhatll tn. I si i Lnfj [eltn, tti-m nt i e.ltll of -o'rishinautu %,I bee
-ropoeis voulo be iniorupleuer witli- reached, nI .- ...--,,l. ,')i, n i-rt- i Ir a norl h, tile ,.,,uos \,e i',ill ofI ,,r gl-in'l'U 'organl.atilon. rLeion a-e ia gi-li hii ,nga ed
giving its intended readers a full We all hair' gitat raitrl in them final -.i %lg I..u' In -rt it'ii I at--Ii lii, l. .ib,.ii i c.' J liuJ 1or0.1t 'lu- isi The Vonian i c-lnb of Miami stands iieanillif i Jllt lii a[' e-lal el h oranl.eI in connection with thIs
unt of the steps ral,:en to demon- I ir.iis ei the E erc.iade. as a Et- intitLin ion, t, ii 1 iIr H ei',l ,.tr-c.rt-.r' -nh ili I, ih ,-lred Ili.i the 1,iqhiel bha- I fur the hIghest iclio good and is con- wi iiter ci lo- far ad] near The halircr a Icual society of the .hil-
ate the practilcability of growing gar proIliilni urn t fiklro, aril as Iliurat Itt of _',ua ,i 1r-,, "T-, ,l- tilt I ct a'lll1i I iuuuSlt l S I fl'i Ifl'i th I -i .iniV rtrlit ig for ilil'ovinmnr in i Oil i Ii h"-"l,' a t i i IJT.n of ihr riteriran RevohutlIa.
gariprdiii.tinn AtIlasirtn-d-as Ili the, -lilt- Of uill,-r oi.0 of tiii us a i-l -.ib oflu o the American W -
a crop which holds out greater I I ri-I danger uf OV ,rprud litlon Of ,L:,- ,-l l, ,, .,o nt i Irti' luh'n I lld a I---! tl1.,'. i---V-lti as. At la tlhr,-,L hahe aloaho ilier ho'or edn i n MiamihWo
m ise tbain all other crops not N-I thii. great staple, all '.ill I.- glad ti l U,,t,-. Ii ,Z-.,,1*. h ., -, -Ir I la "-I llth h ', n io of Mr I lag er and the cit- li nown tClub., abuttt thr,' e ear-s add and its m em -
ting our won.lerful olitn s produc- I learn that the thoutsnunds aof anre-rie lf n i ..-.r. ,-nth- 1 ,i ,,r id I ,eIv.,-,-lv,, V. Phi, ;.r!'tin i:' in. of i311-all.ltel il Oa aie e the dedo -,ration clibs, there br,
as. thq higher mail prairies tlin I l hi 'li ILi: -Mlnrun ao ill .-1 I .1 l] .(-.. at b, ( lh i,112... Pstio h -n raa of r- I anhomI. Ithe uo is h tod Io n i a, e s cblbbinielpr of othertorgarl- Il.tdle nt ai.,l"ilu .whn a Lour h
Mirl' IIai tt. It cli i -'ll or. 'Irh alIt a of Ha- br- ~uiiiul home. It is hulled It a-ill -r'b'nantieno ~irogtt~ iiid% onlpanlimni sly law, witl h
say not excepting our citrus pro- end of the county give ch great .ist "LAnl ua"a "'.':er tn-i -h,,. Nclson Ptige the hi- truly- a social center. ,emillng tIhe, atitis tn the country. iThe irary oiet in ve-w of hitting themselves
,lion, b-cause of the fa t that sac- I promise of itnmedlale res-ilts T 'i y-tin- Yi' r- '!. n-,t--- itt,,i', t ii It I or. Ill hbet ofinfl ienres. not only itroigh- a.,si t cii of iemon Cit has been r.
sful sugar ane growing WeItOlld That the above short e ,lanalion 'I .qia -a. auii i, alttiles, antil s tie -; t ,ul t h t ut,;tn. but In an ever wlden- prorni,=ntuigarIhe hi.l
m up maptnfacturing plants, giti'Ig will en- oira e oQr reopli it, I.il that #he rnt "Ii It r Iarri to ireat d.lw It'a h, r o I b i a Eduational ampout tw yara
stant employment to t)oasands0ol our long cherished dream is sbout i Lhatr I nt. -ono f tar- I" la' r- )o.e in- hIdi \VrXn',r DIlade('.l(h entyslgederahtedaneh1c1.i-nixt.en :nar. a a nd a aine stheno a a ti0nl .it haite broed htt about ear
rkmeqn, turning the cane juice into i- iomi trule trad thatr the aurcr re- tl lee 1,er .,t. I- l l" Il l 't TlIr, 'n l u:,'"r 1 h T othe r f federated ,ob s ith ef n e ,ar s bci ole n a nd a zi u t h\t b r euh t out any
greatm maple andugarth 'ithvrale-the. till I -c iiin ri ill--n niiled-u1 inhenIhehi-erfederated 'litbs of the ine iin'r ie i-eilll-rot ,-mrente At acr-IFsalt of theI -
I great maple sugar, n th all t fining and tei ndred 11e,3sor tue s,,-ar ',.ll,-,(1r l-.' t1-' P-11 SSiti-l i- -n I -i not vnr-n a 1 1Ah on stIon aount ale the Folio elihio of (.'or oanut i qlpl.-ortc-dl It th i. -ntrtp'ipr ing or- oati-n of is mem.-rs. the hanJ-
pnofRw vi p n l-~nceo lloO rtCwhlich.vwas orgsnlzr-d in 14i11. ganita o.Te uetiltet l-some pblcsthool building i i
oclated business of handling arid cane plantation is at-oaut i. ,le-3ni. a '] l , t ,,-, n, ,tor,_cle or a-tomo-Gro ho
pping. anti was eret led.
rhe writer has experienced for---Anung the most enterprislub
.oe years.art avery small scale C-itt( of tlbr- countrY" mtlt be reckoned the
tar cane on marl. and dimoneTrat- .'- Piti nJee iild of Re.dla Id. "Thoug
two important fa,:ts. Alhat thae Ime into ex
nt grows vigorously and ill' ea..aes .." through' th,-Episcopal church
size andInumber ou sLtalks through Ila: do,!e -Ihonders for it, it is d
season. and the important fo't .o I-'arliintodly as it is coimpos ot
itthe specariue content in the '.-l,-?esrelei. eo denominationmpotdio
Fe I& Inoticeably lh,.1ewsed over neu es so e wonderful e tu
I. gontawined ni the juice oa the .nftlt1 before the building o good
nts grown on ,h ipr 1haia tpr of roads in riding and traeniping in the
I from which I st-_turrrlt ht_ mlaik W r,\ngh rtnck and palmettoes t '. -
propagation. The',firlit thing I5i -inh it-. and pettoes to d1-
learn whether the platnt v,-li gro :'gtl inl eitptrtainnie tlts. The g lld
uriantly. but this fact i. 1f little twn a fine ball, a nleantsaTe r ulad
portaoce if tbe juice Itlow in su- 1111d'Ilas 'ontriblited generously to-

More than a year ago. Dr. Bark- karnd tll local tharioiae.
rdt who has (lone some valuable e a endelvecl hristties.na LD~r
elopmente work In Da,le ,ourilti, ini ttcng Vie -c are too, worthy et-
h near Moami and Dear Gontds, aroplps oft ihe wora acronplished by
ited on hit; plantation which he ,wontan's hand. Mauy imprn\'emenlt
lI Seminole Farm. on Black Point hav. he-en atlai ned thnrugh the WO-
iek, adjotiniqg the well-known mn ognzto nlels ao
rpop Rico plantation sa out four h laMtna g, as civi oninte last
es of sugar cane ratooned in reg- rIb--en the object
ThrioasIc1ifas aina


ular plantation fashion, and the
S' growth seems wonderful and looks
much the same as a sugar cane field
i n Cuba or Texas.
'" Considering the short time this
has been planted or rartoonel, I have
.a n seen so lxuriant a growth and
:'.""' this was produced on raw mnarl prairie
without fertilizer. I looks better
S' each time visited and has grown per-
.. fectly durinjig the variety of extremes
L the weath- has shown the past year
and a quarter. It is tooling out
f, heavily, is an even stand and aver-
ages six and one half feet tall. with
."; fully four and one half feet of hard
"' sugar stalks. (This Is proper average
f or pressing). This field has had rno
S cultivation nor fertilizer since plafft-
I.ng and Is now ready to begin sugar
experimenting.
Taking this experiment of Dr.
S Burkhardt's In connection with my
own small experiment and we have
the elements of rapid growth and de-
.., development on a Ilnrge :cale Togeth-
,. er with an endurance through a suc-
cession of years, gatheiigR. strength
; and density with age, and a high per
cent of saccarinue. I say-taking these
fl acts together it looks to me that
we,.. w are just erc-rging from a stage
S' 'of experimentation to on.? of dpmon-
strated fact, and I believe within ainm-



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One of the Decorated Floats


A Motorcy<


ele Line-I'p in DPole Conu "; hie insa 03:1 Mailijns at One Tim r-There Are About 300 Mi.mtorry'le q in the Conntv.


realization, Is the hope and belief Ba,. to foiinl a H'Hoikeiper's (laiib, bile joyrides. And if e\er the church
of at least of a portion of those w ho 1f i[le puri-c, t f oltuing h oiilfholl Lirunir of Ibe place is aiItten. it 1;ill
lirfil lulties, helte1 i~r e tr'- i hiilJi, n ri~ iii r, t [ hnir- art .rloon E.-. r.'i, e."
have unbounded faith in the iltuire lni U tltiO. h btelt u-arc of u hI I n-111nt- tiftinlon %pnr e
IrIIi al-ol 31,I tO I mv ,-nili ohr ', Ion h-l-i.,r LO that I I iLJ-- ,'h.lit ee-r3vine
of Dade county, Florida. ',,. -i-i thr-n .1 sit.atren.-d "onilultla-ty. i, atnd .ili d aaire. t.hpin Mrs. Pea-
"Thlo-i v.-re- da-,,' of r-al house o, k readJ ili prayer and chapter,
N. B.-If any one tells you that keein ilig ro al v.. iH ldlii our oun ,vork. af.ieir whi,.h ssone of ui woiutld real or
you cannot have garden vegetables. inicundilg .a6bhinrg andl v. did, ii ;.ell. I tIll a ti,. V -I-.N I,,, nf teln i h- fi r-.
S t -in u I it I ii cf is i-id a ih ', f,.ike n'I- ii -rin .,eiil eidn- I. iili lieP i.-I l urig -of
front your own truck pa .J in cel'i- or j-tI tin-il a civ,. ( -I te, L u ,ak t a ,i1r of ltei :at solie ii-egli-
great variety, everyone of lhIe ltee ---1-1 ,-'.,- v.omnar ,in i elil -iarcd i,. horse -
hundred and sixty-Bse days ill the \Vil si-y Lhriii t ho t,'tn prei;s,'it at The Miami Woman's Club.
year. don't say he lies, Tell he im- -,in ii11 I ni .i tl-.l.. e\ r ioret itn M tii--' llp tMI r i'ligi- C liat\ il
pily does iltiot know, for you can and Hi, ,t,- di-,.-i .i\ li li i't le rnolo in I-rink liii i de-.d iliul e,.i-,inr= ciii
I Jo J. C. Baile. .. iii t h it 3 hel ,l illi plin rar., h.b':-3 rh',. ii.-h'ji, I ri. l ,i to- lo r, h'P
LIjI ialti.-.itu1 lea',-, aind xild flowe-l' I Iiwhi. ir' -oii r_ tal i rtahi.urtreid frowi-
No talent, no self-denlal. no brains, --c-ho at a giool le If Irrfri o le aw- hIiii anid friil.s Althutgh thr-lir
no character, i required to -ett up in sefi-.Jr- u I '.0or- it brooms l cli Ic-1 ;e w ii;ii.,ilatIi:, ,.-i.-- u i-.-n,--in ilOL In-
the grumbling hbusineisE: ihut illo-le (r i os- J o er tlie floor and tied a ith v-ili, ---Ii, ,'-. i_-re stlringe-i t luea'li
aho are moedl i- a genuine. desire red nrbllons-aili initead ui I0-1tuiei iilher. Th-eIr li'e- too, a er very
to do goo. have little time for mur- on the walls we bung the palmetto I tbsy,. an, it v,'a a gi pat sa':lin, of
1l li irng Or c(nmplaint -Rohbrt Wer-t. eaveR-sa urons. b.-ibv ilape .atu-nir. rli" IlI or a ,Io-i-i Woueln to ieel and
dil-ss5c-q that .,-- hadI be u-n p risking for r o, ;0 .nrtl ,.iil
-e _fa ir---ann1 ,h1ib a lio t .. :Ilt il, ..'irii \ f.idn-r i' "e
T'o. ,It... mintr it \ .ii mr.ntn is idlie
LhoiughL I1 all. Ihe rr.dil. H-ai.,'ttg thie,. mmli-
T here werc jutt twetity-thr pr- 0 ad Mr- i, t ,-s0 anl uIp allitig l-iel-l iheR he iti o'
entl. ircliMdilg nietlrilw1 Itr'. t till' of -[ 1 r a.?litai 'ti.e shif r oPn ani..ted
iliBt,-Ir t linrc- a Yho knew j thmt I o T ile. Ladi,. M All-i noon- t ilib if Nl aniI
h b Par tle',e niutnles' .1 fises N3 Far- T lien wa InI l4 i. At first tilt- I h i
laniti-. re'a nil ,Mrs. h Il f-ae a0- 1-. ,- r ih-- at h a l ,o- l hI i'he 'arllltar i rnen-
Mur, and Mrs.,C .I..Ca. peali-l, Irs.. ItIn,:nrs on ThLnd y, ,iiir-noon Tho Ia-
Pc-arecsk, Mr. and iJ. a id llr' John Pent jles i.-roi lt thei r tenin ,t-ri n ait
S ,Hi 'i ls li- 'ilm -r. Ni tr arind Mrs. o.- islat-, lniie r-,'0 I almirl. oni lites
SIl)h Frow, ilb. iqi Newvbolid. NAr. and othIrn a lii t.eiinfttl s sire in-iJlg,- in
.% r. E L. h iltb n. r. a d h .Kn Kirk ani aIv:wa s % l li,-i r-1-1fre.--h nilits
--Mtiroe. Mrs. RniRa Riuhard-;,. -1ir. J.a -- ir,.-i
idos, Mirr i -hart ai-'ar-'. IMr. NLI- Al nilt. inraLciie latil-y tles idea of a
I:_te. sMr. McDon.Iad. Mr. an N Mis. lbra, I, a,: NVei' e Y bv M.1q ,11, rd -
neorge a'obCaeis. CPtuinm,-,dore n hd nic-r :. tiII- L ,o %Ld-tl- .lhe IiS'od u,-
.., .. 'N y ., Ni Ralph Mtinroe. Ilttchasin buit-. ei r it month. the
Miss NI icFarline andt Mt l. Pea- lai.e l taking tlrnr- slvrrtiilg them.
-O01: ne ritr d. Mrs. Kirk MoinroIe A netr ,book vear- t-as bought and tile
"iad the tea tattle anti Mrs NpI-iold. h-,olts at first kept at thie homes of
~ -5 N1I.rF. Ritlaria nti alMn-. Fri-,- s nc-ed hp it- ri-rn lien Fur a long timue the
'..'..:tmakat-ad chicken anr ila--dwihs, laite Mrs. B. B. Tatrim acted as II-
LEver- lonei man in thi- ouIntry was lra ail
intIted to our teas and vwe fed them Then she %%a I relieved b% NMrn
so well that if 'e lhad askedI for even MarLh %I .o tr1_,'l f,-t the library for
A Vcnt%. w-e ttt.Ild hav'- cot it thea. annthcr I--rn. Fromn here the hoc-ks
SYes. and jit is good to remember .ourneyed to the lMans,- there 11ev
, a.lie-n tbh cliib had nor,' thant oli, nia IF, a ir,,onl -i %i-it. IAi, Fails
molto, when r-ach w'-'-k rt thil eIP't- .I!;.l-. ,It ,,l ; iat lcik ladles i,-'Itme as
14 jIn15-eon f hemniesaourid -iisl,.nlin Finalkthew library hadI
i"'"l -' "-" I proposea aeiotto 0o live by diii-rinlttle ,n arinereased that the ihi.b dLgidei'ad
sIn Mlnaul's Carnival Parade. week, and thln tell bptw we had putt ei-nt 1 I-oom fOr the meetinge'and em-


ploy a librarian. The Fair building
bh MrI. Kirk Moiroe. and tlhe Vio-
aiia Cliii IlioVemitelnl bcit ely of
i-oit Latide-rdale.
hp Folio c(hinb i liulited In mem-
lipi-rh-lp Lind holild. its nie-:tillgs at the
iOiine of Its president. Mr- Kirk
Mlonro-. Its object has beeu diicis-
sion of ihe iuos.t i'mora lint iluoic of
thll- lay .anid lat %ear -ct-naa mper-i-
iugs w-r'e devoted to w-oman's suf-
frage, at lilii h many fine papers
were redd on both sides of the sub-
jiet A large nui of munri- v was eair-
pd .I, t liiri lib tor a chhliicen s iead-
ing roomi aind prices offer-d tfor i the
lest collection of local flora.
Srce its organization on .lanuary
ileenitil. 1911 ItIPN \V' oman.'s Civic
improvement socirl-y oi Fort Lauder-
dale has done most excellent work.
During the last year It has accom-
plishpte espc-rlally good work" In con-
nection with the srhoo's It joined
the federation in 1912.

A good word should hie .aid for
thip leal estale dealer Iltrt foi on-
thusla.lii. |Iralee Flori-la.l in ii l -r ill
bre an iit l.no\ n 01oUlir%. I.- lhas (lis-
-.ovt-rod a lhlndred ita:s o it:e ttin
sul ain l enltI.ii' ilie pl ilritp t hat the
native- Flornlian net pr i houlglhi
abhrill, In a It loiilsani, hal, liy hliOiiii
Irp i~ iu lled l ep i--d IThl- -ia re o wn -e
niiY- h ItO hii- laitli iii tlhe iountr.
1 V Li n 1I- l -Floirhillan t hli.nlselves
werl hlip-i iing a id dotiJifnl. Ip
ha1 been illi- liloiw-er and growIng
toi 1i; all l\pir thi stalt- gie evi-
denie of his a-t liilty. The good he
lhaq doIie far outweighs the evil.
*
The Miami in while shirt and
white trouir-i. fits into th laidsi ape
likp the white sand in the pi0ey
woods or the fleece' clouds at noon-
day N-i other clothing sermi quite
so appropriate to tbe conditions
here. A northern man In heavy
clothing lonks like an Es'kimo in a
gallper o Gre'k statiiuary. and Pet
many of the tourists hang to heir
coats as if they were etluences of
respectability


Sen I. It have a co-yity v.e li patron-
-'Ag _. It otwns a 6oi Ilib house.
l'raii'tied. IIt hidiring a pia o.
lhpice I- a hl itriih |ug Civic Ill-
pio0 nienlt .iu.cociaiiL)n aL B nr-na Visia
:.l.l a l ullhir dock anl a park are
anmong iii auhivemeninlq. A Boat
rblib ha alo h:.pn organl',ed thprp
aS i l is l.iiti n 1 ig p licI b h, al -i ih il-es
'I he lati.ritU-rs ii i IiI ('l.,rlif:derl3 i
h.te a ac'e and a -rit i-hlpli r in
Miamii aLld iuC-lh good \urk liaseon
Iniie bv llithpni in caring for Confenier-
ate vt-i tl vaI and in i,-ther iiiu iorial
wnorni. Poulhern C'riios Chat-r ha'
ascilpd in many wav' iheli biul-]ing
up of tIhe fiin.l Ior Ihc sillport of dif-
ferent ,tliolarships i the tl tir nindl
hIope to siphloort on or its OtVii -ooun.
One of the prinri ipal obje,-t- of tie
"I. D. C.. Is the correct pr.- i r\n at ion
of the Civil war hisior, aind atiothlipr
is tIlP ere i:tiig of nioriilnr-it-4 to lfJ ail
It-roes. Ill h'ri ]i fpae t '.'-. r. ltif ., I i orl






WI Ixff


The Woman's Reliefi association of
, iLm i Is ore of th,- [ni'it actl'e and
Ipra tical so. i-ties. Organized to as-
sist in tilpportintg ilie Charity hospl-
i, In It has no,- ild-voted it energies
to rlrp ilietf of uistr-ess in any form
.vhI, h riai v at-ply to It. For a year
a 41ili't nuLise lihas hecn supported
lIy the ai:oaiation and the greatest
good ha, tieeni done by her timely
Ilsits Many fanmilie, suffering froM
t-nntiiorar'v i.auit itap eagerly blessed
ri,- a 6 siation I 'hlh has helped
th-ni o\er the haid places.
Eachli chilrph has its organization
cof womrn helpers: prartically elerY
liielh-giade lodge in America lia. a 10o-
SaI order in the .ouuti3 and with each
of these is 'the ,orredponding corps
if omni ; anii\illiariesia. and besides
tinI there ha'e tb-e.n social cltuls too
niJuini-roil to tn lrih-in.

Therre Is nothing In all the world
P., important as chtldr-n. nothing so
intere. 1ing. If you ever aish to go
in for somne form of philanthropy, if
F.er yoF i-'h to be of any real 1us
in the- v.orl. do something for r'hil-
dir n If e't-nr ouj yearn to he wise,
tLid. t(iuldrcn. If the great army of
iihi]lntliropisit ever ePxterminate sin
ond petllenrirp, r-ver work out oar
ra. e ;Lalail. it vill be be,- arise a
lilt- hliill has I-I -Da4i,.l S. Jorlan


In a Bomer of IFlotreru During Miami's Carnival.


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THIS BANK was opened for business December 1, 1902, with a paid
in capital of $50,000 which was increased in 1910 to $100,000, and
again in 1912 to $150,000. Dividends have been paid to stockholders
every year and a substantial sum added to surplus fund which today is
$55,000. Every year we have increased our business, which is evidence
of good service, confidence of the people in the officers and directors,
and of continuous growth of our section of the county.
*
To care for large loans and protect the depositors by a proper ratio of capital and sur-
plus to deposits the stockholders have made additions to the working capital from time to time.

We have today a clientele of over two thousand customers, and we are always glad to
meet and serve those who wish to become allied with a strong banking institution.


The I
Edward C. Romfh, Pres.
Harry McCown, Cashier


Sirst


Natioonal


of Mliami, 1lorida


Bank
E. A. Waddell, Vice-Pres.
W. H. Spitzer, Vice-Pres.


STATEMENT OF
RESOURCES


CONIDITION---SEPTEMBER 4th, 1912
(Date of Comptroller's Call) *
LIABILITIES


Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts
United States Bonds.
Other High Grade Bonds
Banking House .
CASH RESERVE .
Total .


S$695,336.52
* 476.16
. 151,000.00
* 130,209.10
S 34,000.00
. 240,816.65
* $1,251,838.43


Capital Stock I
National Currency
Surplus and Profits
Bills Payable
Re-discounts
DEPOSITS
Total .


* $150,000.00
* 150,000.00
S 62,791.81
25,000.00
S 42,000.00
S 822,046.62
$1,251,838.43


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IPA6546.


fSE MAMI B lfOX-Is. FriDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1912.


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R'.. DWAD EDITION,. SETION 5.


St o r y of the Everglades

!The Drainage of This Vast Body of Land One of the
Great Engineering Projects of the Day.-What
Is Being Done.

(Biy Thos.. E. Will. in American Re- it reaches the ocean, however. It ei-
view of Reviews.) counters the rock rim of r'oraliLie
S. Ilime-stonre. This retards the out-
STo.lay the public interest focu-'Is fflow of water into tile oniau. Through
bn' the Everglades ot Florida. This this rinm the water ha. cut passages,
territory comprises a tra,.t about half but not enough to release tre en-
the size oft Massachui-tts. It lies tire volume of water until the next
south and souithea.:t of Lake Okee- rain, season has art ved. Then the
chobee. In Southern Florida, and is a lake overtlovs again. Thu:- th[lie pial-
tart of the Florida grant made to rie betw.-.n lake and ocean is alwavays
the United States by Spain in 1S19. more or less v.tt.
So far as known the ttact always It reems the drainage work was
bas been wet. Florida was admitted first artemptedl by the Spaniards.
to the Union in 1845 anl, in Decem- Then came the Lilston enterprise.
her of that year. its legislatiurq, by and then, early in the present cen-
resoltilon. instructed its senators in tury, the latest effort.
congress and requested its reprefen- The State Svy-tem of Canals.
tative to press upon congress the pro- Everglades drainage is in charge
priety and policy of forthwith ap- iof the State of Florida, througli
pointing engineers to examine and its internal Improvpment Board.
survey the Evergilade, region. Its plan Is to ,onniect Lake Oki-,rho-
In 1S47, Senator James D. West- lee ith gnlf and ocean tby canal.
cott. Jr.. of Florida. requ'estd the Tliee are to lower the lake level
Secretary of the Treasurv, the Hon. from it.. jpre-ent height of tweihty and.
I. J. Walker, to have the lands ex- f'oir-t-nths feet to sixteen feet. Thus
atplned. Shortly afterward, the See- a great drainage reservoir ni to be-
retary of the Treasury appointed Mr. created to rE'eilve the inflow from the
Buckinghani Smith to make such in- north plis the rainfall. e-nit it gradLi-
vestigation an.] report upon it. The all3 through the i.anals to gulf and
result was the famous Buckingham ocean and thus lpr-veit the (overflow
Smith feportlf 1848. which was puar Under Governror WV. S Jenings
Tlshel as a senate document. This I 1.iii'.' plans for this drainage
report, recently republished by, the %%ork uPir lail. finder Goveinor N.
Urdnted States SatLe a part of Sen- L; Bri'vardi i In:-.-l4iP the a-tiual
Ate Document 89. waj very t'av.orable ,lit,-h-digging i.e-gan. Governor Bro-
to the Everglades and their reclamra- naid asked the I.nited Stares Depart-
tion. m nr tof Agri' ultire for expert ad-
. In the same year, the legislature of i:,%'r. J.0. \Vtiight of the Drainage
FlOrida requested congress to grant itralinn wa, se-nt to examine and re-
the Everglades hy the state of Flori- porr on the trart. lii. h he .lid. H-
Ida "on condition that the state wil l mapped miit a sy.[i-ni of anal., whi. h.
drain them and apply the proceeds \iith l'gliit mrdin,'ationn. is now ble-
of the sale thereof. after defraying ing Irtialled For the- past two yeais,
t'he expense of draining, to purposes. Mr \'right has bm-rn in the emiploy
of education "of tl, Start as Its (thief Drainiage
In the same year, also. Senator Engineer. Tli dredging was r&r-t
Westeott introduced a bill into the done by the state. Sine July 1,


Zones in Everglades. Showing Bloats That run to Fori Lauderdaile.


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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1912.


Seminole Indians, First Everglades ettlers.


lire e:t mated yardage Iha
exi.alted oit J ne :i, I'Pli:
Lakf Water \\ill Be lIe
Th- question is sonetitn
wholitier the drainage pla
pates the emlp.m ni of tih?
aij' ,i Is an etmlihatH' No
i an invalua3iie assEL.
g, nrralt i-s an tiiii,) lieU.atll'lt
and tlip %atr-i ot i.ak, 1.-tl
[or zel -rai I-?.-. o i ,, p --.i-lht;
ile.
I. The lake i- ai itilani
laininig ASt LLIaIIIipr; .f
rlqb i t 1s -l'alIi- of h at iI
s t l '. : f u t' i i l l .ni n i c 'e f -
lao ,. it v. ll ,n l,-,l ].. b
.fit t'i f a l.it -tlau "-' l| r- .t-
'.'. I l. ii I lic Ie i l' li ', ';
la nltl i K.r> % id ir'-
T n- T e lI e .- al iilO
t l' iii tilt- nit- [ilt' at.'-n it L
a! irot-,l",,i alun ilii.i n.t,t
j ,_'',11t| ,'4l.0 to

it l otar ilh sli;i.l if
t 'I- 1 7 h1' l "- lll i I t[ r'

..'. "I tu t i -' M i Ait' t ri l, ,

ilh [njL~lru at- a. u .L' q' n ,t _tLoh,
InT u -I. i II lrCi -I I I i ti I t11,-
-il i'i i '- ii-L 'JII rI iI. .in.

Stlpil.c-nla.tit ir,, r:uitut.rII
tllw .'. r p,rLt l r ,- .Im

" il I. -i i e it 1 1 1 l 'I,
tIll- An a .,.- it ti i'LttI ,
iti [ it-i l'lai iror' -l- s : l : r,


. .. . .. ..... .. .,- -" 'g t i t I[, it tIM r i ih' t I I"ithI
senate to authorize the draining of l l, it hais 1, I,-n In lte bands tn the latil. ih-li.-, i l,ri.thi, h
tbe E eigtiflades by the state ot Flora- Furit-tlarl; (a'couip..nv at Bla.ltimore. trin : B l ,-.-,lt .tIit I. I
da, and to grant the land to0 the State I Ju:-t hoin murh icaiializirin' tll Ibe ,i I- a id L r tr 1i1 tl. l.ii
for that purpose. T his bill %-.as tlot ne P s a r ? [lero the ,Ic.L. tot a I ,a% ,. ,i 1 i h' ih- i.. Hi 1. iI.
ffsped. hut. ill 1S'., ,otigres6 paseJi slightly disagreed. Bioward's pltL vt.- rr a l i . ... i 1,- '
a general swamp-lands aLt "'to ernactL C ,is thai L tf r ilt aid tr, La;v ilt1 l'i ui 'h..hiitll iii ,i Ci ll, I
Lhestate of Arkansasand other states and LIIl a t.'.: entm of .:anal- If Ith.-e.' ,lii s-,.it .' I .ii,, ii arl 1 u,
tA reciaiau the s'awam i lanus v'Itrliu do tlih i K, uel Iand good. It nt11 ,eP -a.illi attt'.. r.li II i i2ih
their limits." B. this a.t tHie Eer- are needed Cut maOle \As for luns il, lt- lila rit .i. iFri.i It
aidess were granIted DV the .Unlted Lno s-rio,,s 'rolIrnm aii-es. TI.- ti,- 1l .1t1 ,- l ....i i, it. .,n lhit
States to the State at F iorIa, uh draina.- i finai, ed tem t w *, i iii it i'oVit t.r.i-, ii
the following expre, iI)101o Stlon. I -ullrce, tinr,t an annual tax .f ti a hn.'l'- ,i-.-I' iitIl.'... ii I .r
*"That the proLeetis 01 said lands, centli- u1ou i an, i a ,.rn i b. -nnie -.-, 4 et-ii ia i>t ,' "' i-'.' it
whether from ,ale or :,y direcLt appro- ond, the pro, -rd of[ th- saLile of Etat- e o-itr.l cit th- .,' ,rit lI
priation ia Kind, blhai ie applied eX- mlhids tratle i-. a.' 1 ,-l I'. ,.lilti|-
clusively, as far as net.esiaary, to the The pil-sett cranals include hlie fil- ui-ra
'purpose o01 recialnt;ug said lends LMI. locilig ,i'-rn .i'e l nie.
means of the levees aud dialns afore- On the west, one connecting M-I tl Itt itts b.-n it I.'
sald. Lake Oiteecrhbee., .through- Hivo-
Thirty-one years, hov. eer, passed cih.ep. xith the Caloc'salhatctefe, ii' --
before the -tate male a serious at- diascharging glade wate-rs ,int, ti--1
tempt to drain tht.t- la.ids. Gulf of Mexico. This Canal has i-,'-i
On February 2bt. Is l, thle trus- open and nalgata-d for -t.o and a
tees of the Internal litroveiuienat half :ears.
Fund, ha'.Lng charge ut lue ltare r 2. I lt Ibhe -u.<-Iilirasi ;iti 1 casr, a
wet land entrien lintu a it ontra-t ,'ir-l L'pttii'iitg IntO t.i- Atlan tit
With MAir. llaULiltolai LI.tiIOh, ot P llld- TThe, a;re iai TiTh- Nnrih Ne% IitI% r
delphia, I. t iLt4 a .1 i tI it %b .h II it as i or M dri dt]% o a< nal T]hi. i olnt-ct. [he
agreed that Dirston andi his aocin- nolti rjranch .t 1 rfe Ne'. I\tir o ll
ates would drain iUd i...atom, at their I.hIt. It l h I 'atdf-it]al(e ia *i ',t.
own expenst aiti chlaige, all tie- \\ ith Lal.i uke..'hl.ep Tih isiq ial ha
overBuweu lantil uf [ti ltaI iit Florn- i ,tt ithroun ; ii Ti,,' RItianlil nr
d Y lying auuntU i 01 l'on1ihlp :2J and ,Souil I .l-t.iLI This is to ,.ir'e, t .\II-
eaaL 01 Peh, e ("rel. l. ielunglug to the satu with ha (j- O icei,-h),e Abtout
Statee ot Florida 01 tj, Intiel.ial i n 1 i ,i4 -r i ii of th, dit'uh ii e tMa. h1,-eli
proverenett Fnd. Mr Diston .irl:- rut oai tIe iaiiatl Will pryaal':he.b, P '
ed on htis drainage ustk lor about drit.]' rti, iN evil of I112: I. i Thb I $. -
eight 3ear.-, dr inthihg 1 .ertaiLa i-.hvat- ulhiii Ne, Riv. eti anal. running Past '.. '
ed- Jauds li the I,.i--iruLinee [errltor i alnd west [o ait-n.i_( i I i-an 1t l a aiatI- d L"-'
and cilti\dtint g tht.uil i Alicit bli t ,.r -li. t 'of tls t i3 it -
VWhy [ Lie Eterglade, Need Iriinlia o, ,.n itr; idi Thb- ilt-l.,,,rl ,anli "
A w:rd as tu tl-ri tIiiogr.tili. 'if I til 'i T' IS I nl-. ri l cf N>'. [ eo o. *ile n i ,'II'
E verglidi s atld the reason .li3 I tie3 aEnd ..']ill .,nne-t Hlill.,boro \mri h hi,- " ';
are wet. Il;,' Aboutt 'iI 11 l-r rr-nt ts It -ps *.iitH
Lake Olicft.hobee is the center ot has beetu crht. opi the Palm Bid a'L
the problem. It may be comrn'tred to I a nai This has re-,:r- t13 been I.-
a great tank en tlo ut a genii, aislop- t l.-ini.-d npon l .I. the tat. It \ ill
nlag houi_ i ojr. Oil the lower cige tottrie-r P.lm i -,Ras h wlih tlit-. lak'
of the root is an elevated rim Let Work on it liha not ''ei r',gili
the tank be tilled with water. When Th i plan tIrthrlier in. l.di-a d-.,ral rai.I Fi ]'illn, slhc
more rain fails it %ill overflow, run sniallpr canal-. anil scurisp. f rnil., of
down over the root and be clhe.i.kEd lart-ral ditcheso. guod bpginniug; on --
by the 'rin. '-hiril ha'e l,--rntit ale The %E rgli .:- ar'e. In lith
Lake Okeechobee. coaerinr about On the main raials the dr=irFinng pr ii,irli I.l.-sl, 'I -I le Ii
a half-miilon ?...es. receive ithe wa- 'a"mpany is opPiating nine dirledi-.. nit.lit -eari' li- irnine fr,,-i
thrs filom all area ev-n anrd a hall rill Iboar. nard rile like night anJ other ll ttIr- [[I.rIi e :.1 :
times its o'.vn size. The lakl.: has IO dlay. It i, bound hby ionrTa'r tl I.t\e \w.adlit in Bit., at t1 1 1i11,ii
outlet. It tills in the rain% ease on its wvr;r: itnishpd hy Jiily 1. i1413. and Fio-t Data .i t lii- iiit.-
and then overflows. the w.,ri- flov is undpr-'tood to be well along' itl .arri.-, rtli. iii. ii .
ing over the gpreit prairie. B l'ore j its a',eh ulel 7.i.9 ipet :pnt if tli el-n- thlPe -'I' ni ,1.. l'-'-'ili .i.,
*-I ti r- i s.ir s F io -i a i.ir t i
i i rim- sl.. ri mlTrh.r.r, ,i'.


'"-"Sonth Canal, Everglades, Running Throngh Davie Farm.


O t .i til Il- l . 'lfr'-.t I hld .,I
on Iih rinm in tIli- '1 iiti
i v ,lft-'uu i ldauii--t a: A\:a
--i,i- 1 '% Ir Ia i n i, l la _- 11
s-it lit-a i h l, h nit I.
Le.'] e rn tie it sout ;i! .'li
U011S b.\ t-ie11 dr -.--h, e lh,
flt ijn i Ii r ilii i -' e r.I I ,i
fit'll'l U a n lOf I L i ',, 1 1 1- .it he- i
*Iliumif oI 'ij. d-,; e,- ji r,11
t. ut once h1 i li:h t .Wi.111\
H1teallRilhtiiiiv. tI lthe lpi t
T ive hea Ihliili!.. : ,.[ lf ll
all ohip'"t -i i li. I :. I.
Chit i-rt f,i. r H- I' f,- t,. i
IU niit,1, .rar. N ', v al,1 i
A i rt.r' u ser\ it i I t ll Ie i itnl
E .-r tII' a ij-i a1 ,.r'. .r i nF .,.I
;i' it -lut- 1 i, i t' ti no i. tiealn
world." Slate .'lt,.hu u
0i Fli ,i I i. ,' aki i Ot t0!l
fill] '.lA nil.; i t I...-'a ,'i 1
Cii 13 -itt1; i pt I It1-u1tn
no. i i oa lie i al--, iIll.
peri ,i ,-' ,i t'el i-le_.eli it :t let ,
terimL.of0j"%irc t, I ti,. v- 1113
i-r'.lt u r i-%P r r n.|I 1 1 .,) p. I a
lost an cimiio.t'r- tini rllzeaL
liar [estimnuro. abut u-ds. L


PAGE 4T.


1 By J. F. JaUidon, Assessor.)
The wonderful growth and de-
ielopment of Dadle county for the
Iast L sixteen bears Is so remarkable
that unless one has facts and figures
bel'ore them the) really cannot fiIly
appreciate just how rapid this growth
lias been.
When the railroad reached Miami
in 1S96. There were two houses on
the present townalte of Miami-the
BrlIt'krl residence and store on the
solitlI bank of Miami river and the
Mi.s Julia D. Tuttle residence at old
Port Dalla,. A few months prior to
the tlnip the railroad reached Miami
there wa. only transportation by
strainer through the inland water-
way from Palm Reach.
Miami was a tent city: hunlrede
and hundreds of tents were erected
on both sides of the railroad. The
white people occupied principally the
pulat surrounded by the present court
house; the negroes west of the rail-
road.
The Beginning of Things.
Lemon City and Coooanuitr Grove
were prospering villages having saev-
eral stores and a number of real-
lences in each town. The Stranahan


another of the large shipping dis- lia%, been -:;.abli4hed all of which
ti ts of Dade coauntl where the h.e t.ent si,.-:esilu. but are only
crops are more dIversified than any ,,peratPd in a liniled way. In the
one town in Dade ouitnty, urang..-; .-ara to *",f.- thri- 1illi no doubt hbe
grape fruit, pineapples. strawberles., large na niri't..iuriuig plants establish-
peppers, egg plant, beans. Irish po- P-I In lDade countyy for mnanufacturlng
tatres and "u-urnumt rs being among J-lit-s, v tt,-s, Latsi.ps. and cannlig
the number of fr'iits and vpgr-tables annd, llr-.er.img our wonderful frlit
marketed from this thriving com- arnd c .get ,le locrops.
unity. Maznaaartiiring Starch.
Conditions South of Miami. Tie ri ri[tie starc, inJu-try from
South o f Miami. to and irluttdlng the. tuinral compile root still exist
Cocoanurt Grove. Larlin and Perrinp, in Dale county although In a limited:
are some of the oldleat and best wa'. 'but thereH is an enormous quan-L
groves in Dade cnugty. Near Cocua. tit r of mrint'ral rot for a factory of
nult Grove are tlhe faLi-lils I.ejnite and this kitl to (opet-iaterp its manufacture.
Merritk groves Near Larkin is the Lnmlier.
(ilpbrare I Flaglor groite itn charge of A nitnil-er of small saw mills; oper-
I. J. Hinson. stiierinitendent. Thia is a-, l in LDade county, bhit tie Drake
the seventy-acre orange and grape- Lumbe'r i.onipany at Prinreton has
fruit grove, one of the finest in thie one of the larh-st and I)er equipped
state. At Perrine is the famous T. plants' f thitl kind in Florida. They
.I. Peters tomato plantation. Mr. operate their own railroad for drac-
Peters is called the "tomato kIing"' of Ing in th r ltos antd wita Itheir mag-
firt' t'ont r-lant 'a.% man'v t hotiaand
Florida, and no doubt the largest in- feet uf lumler ea. h day w'tuith finds
dividual shipper of tomatoes from the a read' mini market: in fact there
state of Florida. For many ,E-altb he 1', tot t-roaig ilimier p-rod nied in
has planted hundreds of a~r"-s of to- 'a,'ic onunt) to suliri; tile demand
mates and hsas seldom fal ed to tar building.
make a profitable crop. At Perrine The Everglades Drainage.
is also located the Hle,rer A. Spade. An ind-rtaling bv the starp of
and Mrs. Lucv Car-ne ., rove., r,_... ,- .. Y-. -.. .


--t---to--r --or t uail Lp t I'NewRiW .r was r - -- --- -- r1'oria. Its ritagnitlne IS too l argue.
ving been M. MItiiamter. lite of 'Washington. practically all the improvement at In Redland Section. to atrenit )o dr-ici ibe ina limited ar-
2. 1[ C "i., lit-iI last .'ea.-,in on Ever- this point where the prosperous town South of this we enter Into the ti-le of his kind. huat there ale hun-
taineti. '..la.- la id in ile nlidst of a corn- of Fort Lauderdale is now located, famous Redlan.j isetion, iu.-.ludilg ,Ired of ih.:.'sandl- of acrrs of aa
ie- aske-d iinitv conducting cropping opera- At Cutler. John Addison and a num- Goulds, PrInceton. Naranja. Redland. '.oii lamd as thern is in the Itnld
I-&a, o Icls PrLI~t~. Nraod, edand PSt ates 5S-tig rr.'Iaini.d ythesUiedsas
t IntesI tlons, i.- t r,-ported to have bee-n much ber of other squatters on the Per- Homestead, Detroit ayid Long \'i.- States bei-ig rr-'laimrd by these stair
lake. The fuore "IfIllv ocipi wih is g In rine grant represented the popula- This ecton is aous for its red ranag- canals, tfive of winh frid
The lake il'e (anal than wilh the practice of tion and improvement at that point. oil0 and the wonediilful rodt.ig i, heir o ri/-t in the ,:,e'in through
Vite.rl lie cn rote a wtlon. t pThis \Ith the exception of a few qualities of its orange and grape i Dade conIn,.
r,?uiI1'.t, Fatiortil'le l.oation. homesteaders scattered from Fort fruit groves au.J thle rich green T'he Daniry BoIines'.
i ]reo, ic,--,, "lle ii- it. it' ct[ th,- l-terglad'-s ter- Lauderdale to Cutler, was the sum healthy appearance of\tie foliage Practi-all., all Ioft the daLirie in
tei.v \1a- o x i e.:eptitdal. .\ glan-r at the total of all the Improvement and This, no douht is front thp fact that Dade ,otnint tare- lorled near Miami.
'ti1% 1)1;a I \:'~ iOI A ai 'a h oa f l
oild niai. li '. ho,.i tle l-iri-iula of development and population of Dade this red land l.- imiliegnated v.rh 'Some- ot the bet bhred milk coes in
I'l,,i i.i jutting Firaight out inro the county in 1896; and the only Indus- oxide of iron. Now this homestead the state of Florida are oaned ty
c con- t,,tan. ti ill -.,ii,,rheat. T'rh Ever- try here at that time was the produc- country has only been settled less thll .:-e n M-lani dairy mtn who'h suLppy
,-x. ,:ll-rit ;aJ,: itea i ,i ull rhr,'e degrees lon of somptie starch which war than ten years. Some of th..- finest a most excfl]ent qtalii\ of milk anJ
lhi'- "'"'u t, tie Tropic oft Cani,:er. Tils 'tsne In a crude way by grinding groves in the state of Florida are butter to Itheir latronr
In : -td t-ir it on thrAli- parall-I running either by hand or horsepower and located there, and there are thris- Road, and Bridgei.
ii lir th..rhArpa,,ntedh, ,.t r iti ht- Nil Valle the washing the starch in barrels and hands of trees being plante. annual J. Dade ,county has 22.5, mil. of pitb-
irIfe i 'L-t-tn ',r .: lula [i, ll niioi,- tl.'I HI)\ l City r ing Itu the sun. and profitable a'rops are group 1t front I, tiitL maaiaii'enid furfa.,oe rock
t, I'l-tt" of I![Jila ih-, San-.., i, i I .lann,. andi There was very little vegetable its orange and grape fruit trees. I ron.d and has a number of 'ex', cllent
tIl l 'jiitilI u if ii- Ri.i Giande- in a
ultaut II.I- ,, t thrirllilh It- "i--loit t.lih-rp ht -- -- __ ... -- -
tLAinjulitlit- finr zii, n 1m utonhe
[liiiiis,"I CI A .-I UI- n I n At.e ID i.uIa._L- tamrI,,-, a11 upon tie -ii- i a _
lits tl'" lanit .i. i '. r li,- Pai lam a 'ai al is .-- --.. ....-

'. pi ;')MIIt ii.' "-I 1 11,'lti, ,i ll'lit'l Us- TOTAL VALUATION REAL and PERSONAL PROPERTY in DADE COUNTY from 111i
1e l..-,- n l1e rI anr. .ini hllhAmi r-
I- iL -I, at ti.-...It .u'lalt )li"it '"a thi 'to 1912, Inclusive, Showing Total COUNTY TAX, TOTAL STATE
Illa'., '1 I a na ]l ro iii '.'.* 11 ii' jh #. l f, l :I-i l th !ri v < A-
ti' it'l '. ~' it roril,- tlIIl, tl -,i, hi i It or, I iTAX, for Yeais as Annexed.
Sill '..' i .i ig i itlla. tr M nT lhail. 4.i, ii Ali
-Ii', t.til,,I ,l o h,. i.h\,-,la,t P r, ls n rn. a ni fr-i Total Property Valuation
'It li.,- ia) II, :tt taint (ut t.-i r .tu'rn Real and Personal. Total County Tax. Total State Tax.
,il ir ,.it l. i:I. i< |. 1802 .......... $ 863,893.00 $ 10,666.6655 $ 4,753.77
.... Ir, r. A r,. v t i. . .., iii,Ti'r, . i .:.er- 1 96 ....... ........ 1,629,062.00 16,743.62 6,116.23
Tit-. it I' ntaie i. iVtuat ,ii -' -'[-i Li'I. in-ottit 18 8 S ... ................ 2,350,897.00 30,076.22 11,166.87
'l" I'Mi'id .. "n ll rmldi -'.. iittir' ,, hiePr of I,) i 1900 ................... ..2,582,227.00 34,336.95 12,911.14
i lt I cI-" .' i' rIel'r .... i-' ir j,i,.etnl I f902 .................... 3,197,647.00 47,511.12 15,837.04
Ii 1 r utsizll i:iiI nltt-u iit't- I 'q-s ol a
S.- I.-t'i- ,,. .itt-. a, put ..n a. uie rl.J'J ,, or 'i 1904 .................... 4,120,149.00 62,740.22 16,480.59
ra a-Ii- alt n il' -a-n'- pr- '1i7"di 0i.111 ,4 05
raI at r. II.- n,,,u, t i urI," u,r- ? lr- t. ,.- l,,i,.on. J9. 06 ...................... 5,727,208.00 121,489.34 34,263.27
i 1 r I.. i. ,1 ,,ui,,,.:i . .ii- 1907 .................... 5,898,686.00 13Q,594.37 44,250.86
II Ini' l w'a I' l,. hl"11 1 l 1 ,- I [,1[- i 1908 .................... 6,097,031.00 140,237.00 45,74,8.12
iz I- t- "'.,I',' I' it.t 1909 Total valuation $6,958,988. Thi i:! des both Palm Beach and Dade Counties,
rI", II ,,-rt ,. h I-Ii!t ,-i,,Ioll,l'.i ;nd Ir and as a division of the county was made on ui'lv 1, 1909, it shows the south half or Dade
I iI, 11rhl l',i-rv,-- I'. |II'Itt ri--e cI tin,],ri
It i" 'I -d ..-I i,]-' l. a - '' l i ,-t' i1dl i Lounty as follows:-
...01" ,i 2 "'intI ti vim ;:.i- 1910 ................... 4,336,569.00 $ 83,859.35 $24,670.29
ain,] iIl, I i- ii'- 1.. i. f 'i..I t -, lt l- -I' 1909 : .......... ....... !$3,287,666.00 108,414.23 32,546.66
i' I'- I I t 1r i l l, i lh,, Itr,, aitlls :itile. r. 1912 ................... 7,661,355.00 166,757.91 41,745.71
I'il'l ,' r,,i- I 1 i. I ,,ht a -im unta l. Iu I1 i i 911 .................... 5,558,597.00 229,840.65 57,605.57
a~a l- ,. Ir i t I'-Iall une."tlh-,|1I1- "57,605... ... ..
il nl i i il ' ti anlt- '' W iil priiatee pr,,ol, rtv
,,n .lal I' Ii ,'lI I i l '.t.iil ,. thi- Inli -i ftlltic ---
n. t t-i n ll, -liat ,'s. faoll ,' ., iilt tarna -. and thai
tir- vat,'r iiil,,iii intPel'tr liu-i ttut in Pi npr lihelli.- -- --- _
l- it IngI- ;lg ir I;,i' .1ri,. rilie u-,ii, cii) of tiep s itirnteni front this section then, al-' The marlin and mruirk prairies ad- steel and stone bridges. In fact. for
alii,. gat;- iit l. i-. in.s- leto-a th einl it ihjiml some growers prodnr id ex- jairent to titeh-s red Ituds are aiso Iis population and age. Dsd crnunty
irn.triL tcLu- mt(I le- marn and the the lent, troatoes anid peppers and spe.i .iallJ adaplaed for glowing "i-ge- nu dohbt has the repitatlon ot f ha-v-
o ft l)'tIlandt. Tuo IOLg ha, tlip besono of s'alippd them to the New York mar- tahle, in large ainmnitle t. lig niie and belai" oincads anJ
k,-t ly is.looner to Key West and Dly Each of thp v illaxges named are bridges than any, othel coLityh iu the
t, -tame front Key West to New York. proseroniis ani settled by a h appiy inte-d Strite. ul Ati EIa.
hbut the aggregate was very small. contented body of .it7eIs who are Taxes.
It takes an imaginative mind to go helping to dlevelotie this c'oitltuita The ihl-s .c as app'uie litiv~e 'ivie
h-ack thes-e sixte een ypars aid see hit I v Eas i tractil, a il tnkn itatt o taait- idea at e ',,.i ottIJrt.ul inI ast-. Iu
Dade countyy as it eas then. the Tlllt slid vegerables only a few valuation 0 [jade .-aunty. While the
The ('fCunty", Development. years aiago. ta' t, aIt- rlit-ars Igh as tollonas-
At iliat time the present Dade Tile Industrieq of )Dade ('omty. tliee drills lsaeiial s hool tax ili,-
coounr ty euended to a terrltrrv rover- The itrodil.-Ilon of grape trnir or- ti liti 0.1i1. all ialth' in Pa ii: amount)'
*ig the r'e ent Palm Beat.I coillinty sages atnd' ineapihd-s., a ','oiido l ,.tearsale Ioata--I i sanm srpePttal l
and. the arromtlarying table will and flangus are no doubt the most tax dthriln i, .Erven-and-a-half n1ill1
she' li..e-h, th a-i e aseb i 'i.a I tation then 'ilmtpe ana t Induitl, ries of tli il ln. i T" u t a m u t' b It.,e.




61, 14. 1 11,"r i armoefllv 13ilp 1r? ri -6,r raul S tap 1- la:,: 1the anou rom one%:.lb ther
.. ;_ I ovnring tin- tallocw ing yearss d tip Second to I this, Is thli vegetables shIp- scale if lida aon eiel t g eat
e.. ..b 1 p- S[attp it Florida on the aggLegate
i. the t, r,.-wnt year 'P412. ment.- In 141 t, front the A rr tiLutr." l1U.lrii'h I)r ear oiInts is ol'ect-
a Miami Is now a city of approxi- al Sta ] i t, of time State na'. avail -ed1v the (i.nai and rturnedato
I 1iaiiately' 12,1)UU p itopulatlon. Fort ble.,, 's find ihatDolal;- eoilr'it' stuhippied the --at,-, alomn It-Ir, bjills ie'.lell for
ana nIi '- ..o..aude rdale and f Da i]a are Ionellor -in- 2, a', o he-. of gn aefr-ic r iu I all -o l 'pnt i lpo se l n:udin g gpen-
S:IiUPeCd ti- wny -- Foi tLaatiderdahe clith a 4 7 .S2u I-rat--, oi- i ontato--: 5,i. 1 eral, 'si ,lt'1-1 rul. 'tne end Ion-






*i o p-- u -------- I'^ a t p1 n of near ] %a wrie on1) ah oil( :e-n at, g a elw a l T16 '""lir -o i debaedness foirth
S, -tpuhation of searlt 1,.t. n ,te 'aeratq of a egg rd lanit ant I aL ti J f llln t l -'ln ait hu.\ indel eil ness. It-
ilania Ilttrdaps ha, that number, rates lf' peplers, aid each h year t ii. terest! an s inkili hfund. MIl. is n
Danla is one of the large- t totmatal otti lt is being ingat rii el- I I 'lt,,,l U' l W 1I-2 lit rI lo tnhe lalualon
a. o ind laineapl_,e se, liona in Dad.-" cohui Col inlit t-L i-petefiale gr itx erani l armr ax, s: b ahidp llfromsone-third
i* "It) orle-hifrh ol ,:it Lual a.i.:,ng Iprh~e
l tomato parking house there t(oltr' ter af oil. fur the luro .-r. l the ; hit tmal
Mhan- at ilyh one pint. itn Dade county. Tim 'hi I aNteIr of -otl ii ,,,ails etiu- mte cI ]ae ','.Int i a boatt eleven
An a, f it ing incident t foll'ving he o r i fi t' iS Oed that one citn hnrl..r l- lii i iLr .l lii, t one of the
10o st t profitable year 0he tomato hgiv'eLrr. s Itdea utl it o ir i "'oir ait-i -fis o ofsth
ti?~hO iIigi''e a rue 'lea oh it iiliuti,' 'tst~tintanlt's utitm n raFlorida. or
gr verl s e.perien- -d iri FFlridia. is Sta,.. Fmr11.F v'r.e have a Ita-,, ,p r tbits Aj orEliot le ~na lt eLln- in d. rehen the
related It., the writer, who at almost.- sand which is eate-, ally oaialtel to ea rrller ut.ns aU0tu.inil-rot c-niole h ie the
iIIt n -l-e o the seariron visired Pana, the grow-ing of pi eaillez; ainle of (, untv are ta.- n ihti to onL-derat on.
S [ i a Fa t r in | 1. i ind.- e and ol one of thi e crates that bwa Ihis i ro,-ky t .rit ualan d there is' 1" ni t iled Deb lt.
iii a'ntniog ].'tcn:l in rot.'rin i.loffered fr shi pment, the following ver litti lt- rot kin tli .t eharaier of b ie in e
,H -Ieee of poetry weas written on the soil Sercond. the gray, yellow atIl Te honillug lundbmedness ol tha
-to.- tap of the crate: red sand (rock lands hich are es- "tintn i.s approximately, $21a.M.tji.
ri -t I indit r lrial cenltralihr.alen sv.,ipt our Dania. Florida. tomi ato point, lieciall. ais' .nd l cv Ithe grt g t og 0 1 Iit i 'lt I inf he handt abonde
.] t" -I) t lIri C i aIliar.i, ct. -liar. lt-o oheap ,-iean brePes., horse-fly joint,t tropi al cltiats fr niinot Thte sa ili tle s a rutl bonds i ohnnae
r bait aIt-. tr aItrn ,iors iii, -t.- ii i .l k S trap-- Lashsies smail ing, happy daer), prolet arl es i 't-[ rall dt n p id-.o i ,lot as y:.Pt rOnturd. Dade c-ounty
Tie-1. T ri.-'- r, it ,- n ll s .-'.i eani-.i.sl, arntil l Il."agler's railroad rertainlv' pays; ,tiing beans. p li ]aloe aitai i oth eg 'egti -- 1i kil.>i a it ntr"r iand i' ue' if
Ih V' in tortes IThe Railroad Company ani Southern tables. On the marl p rarie s n-h-
-,] Mvtat-.s The Falle sof ntaelpi. E express, Ailarotnd an uin liv tim hi lk uo- th ri e vr- lilg the ,Pdr L4 an. d nd$127. tailt to
Sa-f iii i- 1, i-[.'.'. 1,1 .- t r o fot Incp bdir ag commislson men. I miust ele i rolgrown 'piniDasti r co ntbr. :-t,' i.ipri iihiug the r 1iar 1914 This
I:.- lr t ". l.iui i.,iii,1 i .li t l I U m _ig l, a, tir Iconfess. Th- i n it land,. tthlilh l i' uanti i d litiito al aiil a ;ims i o as to
i' 01 l i -r l ir, -. ii. fiI. Ii.. i. itniu 1,- i ,' Is. 'et all thi- mney and nev- Ftell I aaLlable at-e drainage *-d ti llme l l i.r l i-'r on a -i h uild-
's I I tta lini [III, oiof f ia-, I t rn i er, the "lta Mr i _'rlikman Is aa biake as-- o gtdele, have rolo k-i i gl al 'lip iii ihi l Ti ltt iho oI iidr
a Ii, ll n tif >tiltlp,;n Mlinian natlir, Tlisi dll id not represnt ofe true t or early ve getaobles altd,] aul ilivn i -a l i- t,. tieliio ht lthe
I t .ialu f' in. tii ll h' hit ls i ug liii nr ius a t stae e en that year for the tomato The FIlth Ind elr-. i o. i ta lr l -lu tie', is a t -nstant
mu t.- ,(X- ll.tn TeJ i i.. ,' -Itni- rttJ a r tidusr ai. the sh p erint f of Aiiti "g at. u to idus tis n,f Pale I.ni.l ,.J
i l, l'l-. I4 I"' "'l. l5l 'r1 t iDan il m ade ek v i' qulll' o f iu'ne m f'l '-nl 'r n p .| ri f )th l-,i- t 1 ont V i hnlli),i .ritre ts ate a
it 'iti'I 1,- Iihal'it ) I-I ii' i ut- .i lite 'iThll from thier ,;hipm nienis that %ear; bittl- ,jeatituut' Ir'alefIat atil iuear ttv is-iiai-nit I ,',ir' tailc s' built of the
S -,. r itiit, tl r, i ',, 't irut,-. i m..,.in l aoi n it-au t-i, titi l ao ntiauriat 'l1as na do uilt regis- gplla h li'ali h hling anl s ill) itatll r al rt I. ,I i.,e 'Iound in [ ade
tIIe in':i t-]t l ',1t iltt-, i alr-au ;, 'ih lu iig. I- t byed S ai-s t aIn grower ilO ha ad l na p ing of lSl'it and tuing i:rr. oin: at M ia itv- I nlty' ic-ate. an
Uil i. l'Ir,- ^m lit : i 'l '- i ua nat n i' .lhypioi a ii u(t C 8eslalui, bi h i tlidh ld inu ind-I6ri-ia- huel t -Ie t ,-- hli l ho a a t snn.iuder-
i ,,,Il-leIl 1 t, %ar4 ago Tile ]l'ssoli Ronte Prospemroul Town.'. dreds of thiousttads of tl"iindscof I h i--,- date, aHmii sitil-,lanlual a.nd comlorsa-
riiua'".lmh, r .\itta,..t. -t- h'ihii t~ll al .i-p ---.Tlere has sprung up thiroulghou~t Itih s hitu-tied anr uall. I-itt indi.shIt -Icl a- huerl Ollas thicttghout_ [lade
.if r i '.I- inetll iti rt n -i I I alIu ii r 'l.'it i iP Dade eaI ni 'v. prosper uts young mar-keel o i i tv print ilil f us t fI hit t -iii t. nt irlt-uilh-ug io c-r h t i .' entai, The
.1,1h.IfIt11:11 I Miu-ralaid Ir..l'-d it, nl th-.r rIfv earth Ioani and villages. Aniong the and t oulniatud f lhe ithlilti't ri, r e 'wita l 'mu,-,tti -d i.r1 e, VoPle' n turit IS blaildung
a-f I ii Luh i -' i"''Wl- Ill.-- lia -i-hr,-v, irroioil\ number are ]lai sn]aiale. one of ttn, the lt-sihtilae ex'el ui f ricin ami, I 't L.Prnt n-ir t taInd lii0h1rc as-nt-vIre
in 1la, .' ll i, Ill- 11 I ; i "a --.ukii'g. a ti % I l.a-- er r tomato a rid pin oailIlle praoduar- nitll h is a liht asi it small iaiait- Ibll t lhti i mIa'inl oai l t iL ,IOt of $175,-
o- ,f I thu t '.o i.it .- n Pi a 4 rv rilieht l rft Iaie L.ties in [lade county ; Fulford. 0ies A llinitn h-r ci sll ,p -rprlsiinMg fih 'a11111.
- 1 1 S,',]d- 11i. hiat-I t, 0 hunl. I],i[abntiti ag-lal luhicih liaes "-on i s reputan ion for its dealers are I i ta.-d t ,liani. ah1t Thin e Hotelq.
ii in ric Li li, at'L Ihthe stilt cl-cue's as quality and pack of tomatnes. Ojums eacih apnditg to theacs fialailne hlu-is ll 'r ite Ii',tj ltali tutueI is located
I-, h,.T-. ttioniu et 1,atFr ino- 0 el--'t i g-nle-ratois otand other important tomato shipping annunially, a fhet of' 'veliel tu,1 ,t1,-, at s iarta In i- o. ira t il e I- lagler
P a rifiul- ri,,'.'1,] his t- n,' lie be'ante iire- point s -.'hlpl,lnp hoat. to hind ,oe thIlu "inIer- o 't,',nit nt-In it ta_ the repula-
i-u l.tt i- 'i-tihc I Ar,'h tCreek, tere- the famUous i 'IInatuiult a-srt i, ti- e iprslt, rit, if ,i uon -.,t h., tg one o r l thu s et hotels
I,''ari v N T's 1,-day tilt ptlli.-ajnt Ornrnat rtons- nat itral .tone bridge is hiaiedi Is a Dade cain113'. III ttle ,,o nrl t. in- natmi has a noLm-
]lril I In-: itelf' itlli tie .siiuuher oru agt-. ,point tof beasit'v. a liely village and a Jelly and Wine, her of other hotels among which are
r ilt: it-rn- cir pat Jltii IS l it'-anot I ht,'..'. amid .ine,,, i-lace that ships the earliest toimatoers The is-l. autal wime hodllittrica have H-,-,tel Itii you, a maitrinfcent alone
Ii, ian nor gianti ; 110-' U ht t il~i~t.l -t, i -m\,- iihi in car lots from Dade ai-iotlny Art-rh not been d.,e'ehctipeti fid ['ly ul thur~i a t mtlin'le bhi'lt of oat,\it_ Pade cntlnt-,.
[n Mini- l ubbnnc it, I~ltltithng v y-es. anld ,?ating Creek tomatoes are kno'.n all o\'.er are vast uuaiol'll,]uiue; loin best' indtms- LOck,. Ri-va--nt- hlot.I Ni-t EVerlY
Do-.ton Ii ('ont|unn:.| on Page 4t1.) the large markets. Little River is tries. A number, at small u~lanlts it-'Olaithud on Page 49.j


*At


DADE COUNTY VALUATIONS

The Increase Has Been Phenominal Showing the Wonderful Development During
the Past Fifteen Years.-Business in all Lines on the Upgrade.-On
One-Third to One-Fifth Basis Valuations Reach $7,661,355.


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4 1


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.


IiJG


E


WA


TER


The


Most


Popular


Addition


to


Miami


7SCA YA/VE-


Edgewater


The Most Popular Addition
to Miami


Though Edgewater has only
been on the market ten months,
only fifty-three lots remain unsold.
The bulk of this property has
been sold to citizens of Miami-
"Home People"-and it must be a
good proposition for them to take
hold of so strong.
The contract for laying sewers
dard water mains will be let within
the next thirty days, the streets
have already been paved and side-
- valks will be laid before te win-
I': season.
_ay of the lots have fruit
trees, such as grapefruit and oranges
in bearing.
Shade trees will be planted
along the streets, and at the end of
McDonald Ave. will be erected a
recreation pier for the use of all
lot owners.
This popular, addition facesI
beautiful Biscayne Bay and the Jots
are so arranged that a constant
breeze from the bay is always avail-
able to lot owners. By referring
to the map of the city of Miami you
will see at a glance where Edge-
water is located.


Prices Shown
on Face of Map

Terms: 25 per cent cash, bal-
ance six equal semi-annual
payments, 6 per cent interest.


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Full Particulars




Edgewater C


company


Office, Central Building, 1106 Avenue C.


Postoffice Box 816


Miami, Florida.


-AGE 48.
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R EMA DE:;I:IO',.'.St
REDLAND EDITION, SECTION .' ""
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)N, SUCTION 4.


THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SA TURIAY, NOVEMBE- 2, 1912.


The Handsome New Federal Building "

*Is Now in Course of Erection-Will Cost $175,000.00 and Will be Completed in Two Years-Granite and Bedford ,. "'.
Limestone Will be the Material-Postoffice on the First Floor--%\eather Bureau," ... .
Custom and Other Departments on the Second Floor. .. i
III s ;: I


Adorned by Immense
un/ns which support a ti
lowing the Spanish t pe
ture, the magnificent pile
ed*by the United States
on the Corner of Avenue
Oath street will be one
public buildings in the
tainly without a peer i
The walls from the gio
the bottoms of the %tind,
as all other bearing part
Mount Airy, granite, the
tiful and strongest grii'n
the building world. Fr
to the roof the walls wit
- ed of the famous gra. Be
stone, known every ier
word in building stone
structures. It i., to be
height. 70t by 11u feet or
and will cost about $2
equipped.
Along the entire Ave
will be conastrukted conec
lead up to the open loggi
granite columns. Insid
will he the best obtain
wainscoating Is to be of
pi e ,the bays of ornamer
Iron, and the floors of
Terazzo tiles.
S The elevator and stainrs
ornamental Iron work.
to be at the south side
tag. accessible from c
each of the three floors.
A basement the full
building will bouse all
cry and apparatus for tl
as well as rooms for
shower baths, etc. Eve
is made for the comfort
lence of the employees.
The Floor Plan
On the first floor the
tnid the assistant post
have offices. Special
for money order, register
Ings bank are at-ranged
room for handling the or
the most approved arrau
entire floor is glen ovei
tal department and its a
On the seronJ floor th
will be the United States
bhers. By special appro
000 will be expended in
tlions of this room. All I
Will be of special mantif
Judge's desk Is to be ur


.. vOlour, red canopy held
g:.. old rope and oriaamen
lag with this room is
Judge's offices comritrii
h free large and conimo
a private office, a library
-, room. Also connertin
Court room Is the distri-
.. suite of two offies. w n
Clerk of coulit. tao ro
u. united States marshall
for witnesses ot both se
ad public toilets are p
S The third floor will
'' jius departments of
'. Htoo government nor
In tIllis vicinity. The v'e
Swill. have spacious part
up with the moat app
r7tus. The customs offl
Otfbns have been enlar
fermer allotment, and-
two large o4goe. The
tfureau epnjpment Is spe
trial jury chamber whi
this floor. Is the attic
m-at for the weather b
I s to be placed.
Mechanical Equli
PCt the line of mn-coh
inep t the statement is m
in satge that the tery
daJirtment is speciif'ed.
tM wiring L to be don
iron oenduis, eliwinati
o'flre. Akl light fixtui
'special design presuribei
purviting architect, ant
by the Reading Chands
of Reading, Pa., and t
tllams company of Net
building will be heated
tprs of the fire-placi
plumbing equipment Is
most expensive, sanity
tllets walled ind floer
ble, and equipped with
: The area around the
S be parked with a cem
en both of the back side
tare allowing access to
,. by mail arts and vehi
S Mr. James Knox Ta
Supervising arctiftect un
reaction the bulldi'ng
S' ut several addtions
two been made sin,'e h
ij'jIr. Oscar Wentao
Slioceeded to the office
S Mr. Edward F. 0 Brn
i ernent lnaectnr in
r Work, who is the supc
:.. onstructlon for the tri
telat of the United S
1 ..ent. Mr. O'Brien hba


granite col- Sjnd successful experience in constru-- has al-o. lived in Miami for runny it ct is 'e, IdlinJ,.hlied tintl after ith
led roof, fol- tion work both '.vith the governrnient years and belhoves that the ri m,- will I. ri. -r ia a it rro tli L t c eatlihr LtlLr.il
of archlteo- aiad with private companies, manv 01 I oiije in hi1 nmane- moe' a--a ... ".n i -.' -..Ic.
Sthe finest buildings in tel I l arne cit- lie ii. ll hia'.e to lidvte d '.1,..-,- ii ileiii- I,-LiI'- of Oli. ern tinn.
S being erect- l or the east being constrlt rtel un- ties tm h lp hint i:i e--.t all ic-e g uA-i A tIle iu oI j i th -rn-
S ago dernment de- r his direction. Among the build- that tome throllgh tl i port It ia isn ii -.se-ii ir i iih V il .- ii4 Fl'nt-r ,-
e C and Elev- I igs which he has had charge of are his duty to visir. everv shipIl that ar- t-n. ar e it-l.en at a ti,-' h-. 't .- ral._,n
of t filaeIst the Garden City notel at Long 1:-land. ries arid in-I-ect it for dltiaI.-le mer- of i,. .- U S ,.. eai, t-- n i t; -ri -
rountry, cer-I the Mount Sauai Hospital bttlilings charldise tnat _u-l ",. i V,, othle -All.,i -1li n
in the state. it Ne, York. the H rarvard hlh at ,' l ..l l % iII vo, ,I- o ,i S i h h, n
an d le vel to N Y ork ,t e ie ate r si ty h om ili al at IIthi1 ii L ti B u'. -.nl iu. t, l 't r' tu" I l a,-'1 l '. .-' I '-
IowVs, as Vell Nt.-A York ,tlhe Lesiinard butiliinin R1aniinc sixti irn ci-Cra1l ini--jit-L '1 t-s- li-i--- i-
ts, V.Ill be o N w Y rIk. a diand lite ruo toIT ,-" hb til n*r' ,dI ig th-,a p,-*t-'. ,,f III- : .lA. ti, n- -Iar --., r-.,-. -i r-,, I ,t *i,.- 1tii 'ii
n r.-st beau- inas at Clevielan,, O-hio Slih ,idan. -,a'-t I- a tn-IaIir.-id Li ti- ni,,nt. ~r C l.L I. ,t nl mr ., .:s--iilu -- it
ite [knov. n to '-vo., Lan asr-r. (Jho. Manakowoe'. il-in' nI.L a| r [ its rem,,,dh" I -f1 t tiiE II -pa r. ,-I- t- ,titn -
o0 M th e i e u p V A p p le to n W is.. e tc. l or t M ai n th ke a g re ati! dJ fl u. I- t o. ti T i'i' h i n lr-nl r -.j ,i -
I b e c o m p o s T h e p o to tl c e St ut -, l t -tr r O I g r atI ui n i iu i_ I itI ,h u 1 I ,- i a ii. u ht i 'e -r ,. l.-- C , ,ir- ii i
E-dfoid Lime-Th Postoffice. i Sltii firintigralt-111 Bji-e~ili v a .hw is 1, iii ti-f r,.-i i~nr 11
edfoud Lime-
e as the last By making the phinoum final gain estal.lii-lied h-ie Mr i];,.i- 1 Smlhtl I' l".-'t- dai,]- i r.n:. I[. .11i, I' i-ia
ofor largo of 2-4 p:, r cent in gross, _,in-ir-Its dur- I' th l i'i-r.tr in ,i -h t'- tilt.len tile ti Otiw aii i i.jiih
3 stories In ing a single 3ear. the local [.oistor'ie-e. i tit- of Itiii itLu[! ...ri lii,.' r. lo.i T l-r.;,' rIt- s ,r, at- hia: .-t r.l-I. ahil
l th- ground I .ii Ii ull u o n-rip- the eiiein nret ni lt .i.-s .ar...- nriiiiot. i ai.t a .id r.i ., a 11, ti 1- ..i...I.-i'- ,, r It ii.l ,, It|-,' i- ,,
uu1 inU: fully I 1.-or oL t the i w goterr iew. build- alrhotiig i tie d.-tuaiiti-utr l at \ a-titus I- I I,, I. h ill't- N i 'i t ,u .. -.
unin jinliped on July from secouitl tor. has urferPei a itolmit-pittit ri fr,- Ini t inr- ateraSc p- t rec-on i -r- lu 0i.,
lnue C front las, to first cia-ts. ranking now with tim e o lirtt e, lie. las Iitis it.'r n-eitai- rLVr '- i ft1iii
ret: steps to Jacksonville. Tampa, Pens,.'ola and I red to do riO n Vr'k ail lilim--:if in il' ie i ti ,,,-itt i- t e-
,e 816 p s Auto..SiB np theis n other Florida i th winter ti "tii r hr, iihe ru rli, ,r I,- -
la he nfi ni iti-s so rlased. The rereipisB lo pal-i Eig and alt'ting is mtich great.i lall -_rn iF lh ,itanc o tir ,ul,,sri,.ul
le the finish
eDatl Thenih e past fli al year. which ,,,Osead Julv tha at other s-a,- -.o in ithe vty r. MI r I n.orld. if ML-. 11 t .lll :h4o- i il riu6
fafi ewrT e t. wer 44.7,-$47S t mor ha Smith I onue if the biisst ni,. in aildad C."Id ', '--tt te1 out P t' nit,- dte-
f finest mar- l 'b t n il'r-.Pn IIhat aI ot S\,-,al a.lue.
ntal wrought tbe reeipts for the previous y.ar. Ie ton1- tnrimd Frhpat ale-r Gra" The lia
t Le fwrougamed But the receipts year before laIt -p- very beat arriving from a foreign ,I-,laif one hur, st, .r i Gc a Ths s-
the am resented a gain over the year aich I rt must be visited. He mist iu- la, be own to d-etgal, said hpte.
a, enclosed preceded of 28 per cent. the rereiptSI speolt every person who applie..; for tt., b-tn known to detarg i port
are plannedthen being only $25,189, or a little iadmittanti. into the United Statei. -l 'th th- argos ere
of the build- more ihaa half what the receipts and none can enter without hi. as- nI'u at .in e .. e. t e ie
ore o were for the year lately closed. I seir The United States department -Ealy imagi ne I %at a tremen-Joui
,orrtdors on In order to carry on the work of ofr tmongrat.fn has tman- an- sring- I', o hin,31n life and propery
size of the lbe poustoffice a force of eleven men lent rtlle- reginrding the clharaI ir onl o'** Id ba-e ritltol bad -all the,,
he ohe are required outside of the tpolas-t I immigrants,and with ibese ti,- in- %--1s lete port anl be-u raglt ,and
the macin-lorgan E. Jone--and the ctr mutt be pe fe.tly familiar, rimneJ in itt, throes ou the ,turm
be structure, Carriers. Of these. Mr F. o Hunt s -land luinsr r,.t,,rn any unlesirabl,1 to The vajrnings issued for a -inglE
.carriersoiind the assistant postmaster, Mr. A. E. ithe place from hi, h they ,-rni.. Thi. ,hol-I .a,, of exFl,liotial setit,, re-
iry provision is alway- li erne atr the e pMeh-e a of rlim? tilli ng In sating ll' igiiIt,$111 Iri tilt
and conven- buvliv ; hbma'I order meI, Nr. F., bot ih bought the prirn-. rtit- toit,.t it ,'t tllhinoatut].
W. Douglas is the registry clerk, Mr. ed into port. Those avhiith the in- I ie l tnit,d Siti,-s h le .iai: "T"hr
F. A. Ketiae, the delivel-e y clerk, Mr. I l p t-or _-lme-q to i -b e-X tI,- d no- "al- i ,-' h i --uof p ri ,. I- at .Ed b, tl ,it Cite
s. T. J. Overton, the gerpral distruhi- dep the t ltlgmicrat-tin lawas are briti ht rtitlug a t.ie te ama u,,in ap-o
postmaster, tor. Mr. Win. Mitchell. she box clerk, it be fore a road of inqiry. onp -J -t Liii'tmi b- court .--s for the man-
Lmaster -ill and Mess~rs, T. 0. McMinnort A. H In L^'3 ^ ^^ "?' "'"1h'"a--frle*a
master will and Mesjrs, T. 0. M..Minnoo. A. H Ithree members, of which theIn Alitin,, t- Itan.n f of tine a-eather huilau for
departments Gray and C. E. Brown. distributors or is one Two ther m "-n t ,to ar, I i. enamire year. The talhoe of thl
r, postal iav- and Messrs G. V. Gordon and CGeo F. in the federal employ compiltiE the o i le t hilo-U --, r-cgt?,l and a sro -
. The work Eney,. Jr, mailing clerks. Aside h board. ti r,.,, ,'ooete a.ile,. and a stain-
ail is to be of from these It Is necessary to a8id s-v- Duri-ngithe fiscal year or Juy. 1 1 i- is -n a Iiite d i on a sitrI. -
gement. The era! assistants during the rush of Dtn Jumne. 112. there were 1.o y 11 .Flor1. da nti nto a limited diriatum raliti,
r to the pos- the winter season. it is not thn.u it rI rJo era 1i' 12 t'he e wtere .'. Iro h tn- or a ii oni thei.s- to n ma it.,
ccessories. that any' increase in the force will he r it of aIrIns i n n I i.t11n 1.4o An-tnn-- tgas or tr.-I-.uig at $1wuu '" tl
e main room npcessauy on the removal to the ne v M m ri 1 re-i at $PiI
grant aliens. v. hi,:h la-t refers; to "1L h atinoa and tran:pDortatiun
court cbam- building. as the improved fni-hle.p. thse .ln 'ho come to fth Unir.t-
-ron.- I those iensahoc-It-coat ie-. ia e ,ontin 'uouau i;e or
priamon %I- aIll enable them to do more wnrKI ed States Pfor a tri.lf stave, and inot to
the decora-It ban is possible under the crampedI ber-ome niiizens. Ttrne .re 21 1n i--u-,-It in all their shipimerits.
the furniture conditions which prevail in the small aliens barred because of non-i-ur- P- rsla. ble prodc tsh are prote.ted
aetture. The room now oc",iipied. plianr.e -ilh lie imomignr nation r'ln, a-- cnii -r t t>e]iitp-.latr,_- 6 tretl .-s tl ir-
i.ler a heavy The poslai savings department is The total n-mhpr of alien-. admnrte-i : tlin IIle:'rlhg as i.ouditions ma,' re-
'l' inr--. "J'he i -,r-e nm a-i O ftlir."- a-:t, in
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r..toni- for time anuil and closed atcountsJo ,ri it.,the ]r- '-a th tn-ni* cii trd o1i'
oatts for the ear \ i t Ma".cmi. -on-- yi--m .. ui,,1- i: a -m i ti-- i-i 'h.rt th'in'tiil.r








-and room-s; Stamup sales at the local office? at-er- onhimi ru riii apm-u-ity muse,- r ut- r Nia I '''ir il-li r"ut:l b-: 1ased.
x''- Pri~are age 1(umfi per da;y. althiouigl [i' the IfrYiris- i ns -.: l.-dJ a l'-tt t'tuine alt-ru-I Irti.'?rin~isi imn rena.rililig tile litirir -
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tro dled. wiit-r ha-on is runs much F-ttl,, ii-th-r. I tan t r r t r tn':hi :,-ar. il an-- li i i t -p .i...a i- .
louse the a- Thet largest days saI- for time ti- the s- year I-r-cltog tha litin -Iitii miii ] are r.-irteci A.1, lan
Lral!. -tilers v.hhIhIteit tl~fy abu.)lal,[arit-








the nIted cal 3-ear v.hi.li hosed lone :I., was ,n had t-le ol ll of t. at i I i. ic tiin, i ali e nre.in
k Hardened on rieb. a hen 'e 5oAT Ai-retakeln in t im-cliacihetsoun.o. the Ama.- I l ,, rim repoft the e'irhair
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'ather bureau liun log ttie a-inter siea-onp r~i-t sniount. I tut tl' m iie > ii-. i-ruriii:t-.l ti- detr'rtururi- a~inir--
m n placebo, fttine of l th e most popular iustittth ons f dor-ntshe ayear -aas '2J16.ai. Tampa i th 11 i. ,tion of Florida inftrm a-
irots. d aConnect- s O ifti ii- i, t :ra U la h i 2< doLini r p- rl 1 r ort n t loe rave. 1re,' l : ilint tb Ofi a ,o -lir ",d v.to ,il-







Inc^ arrtamtito- of first u-inn:s mattel' were lIaimi~lt I ^ still 'i-rune ibtat.iiiuu- uii'rin usi i and t,. rut*-ll' ^ mr. ritus n tol e miii ubue Illn
to be theIingePlaced opendeposit an r ll,. At "2 u.nalitn-e. t ur ig- e.lrm- nidit it,-r n in it lo, bout theut lni I,. -t







ng a suit o th e ever ot th.ling last El--aal ti an-l dolh. ,,[. . .nd_ ti -lh t, I m .l w turIeale .i-it a
,lians roo is, v- ais a total o $12.Spe ts of rn depoisitI irs' t ar- n thatl Iarri,, t t I -s lelt.I ra r-,a '. t- i L n aiult-, n
,..ud aau a te- the local department, divided a o an d a 3 4 1.1-4' vlti,',_.ns "ho d'J _,1`3lIe'. t.14 'Oli the rack \.h -r inter-
i g %% ItI-h the 2itS aepo.mtors Two hundred and ,Oit F ,lhlap r.- ht.--e,:-. t-~ y n h,. %v,,ii.tle at the







t immigratitor ne's t ehan tOne other winde).r, itr may be TO l e o t 'ld nther I. it. han h -,-,t a ,i l- 1,1., -I i' -uld it'o i-
rcioled for the lenod a i and ic ipatlose d account anioutlri (-1 amit m1, nt t irtIi'r- i-;.i-rtl r th 'j r i -. in, ,-1- rulm',rg ct a i.irni -. ti-
och i also on of m ail his ar ill m h-. ,nile r- i tt l. o'lirir.- ir 'r t h ,Al- -h i,'ri-r' a ti i,'m lt.- r o t- ti",,' r a
,'and 1room.u Stamp sales at the local office a~er- I th_. rlla pr- ty\'(11).-,r rt N, r n ,'tll iala 'hb -.,~
tx- .Prr',ate age .$16l6 tper da:. althcm llih r, thle Orle llis a -it-\. %% ew nilie ,, +e .- lnN I nI-fl' tI ,Hl. -n riiardin-g tfip lur!"f-
ifrovjded. wv t, ter qp.a+ on itt rung m stoh hip~h~r. ur~ n M\lam, 11p ILa t' +-t 0,ar. ,,,t,,al,.,.- I ,, h hI- t the rtpi, al ... ,
homle the %a- Thp largest day's sale, for thle d the fisc.-,] ,ear pr. ,.elitig that M.Xi~ami .,kIllrtg iit. all are ro-Ipurted t I,, land
the U.nlteJ cal year v.hi,ih ,-Io~ed June v 'as ,on bad the bct of It. JI.,' 1, 1 ha.-,1 ;t.lth rllla of Lkbe h. ifre.i t
-k carried onl Fe'b. 5, ih- en -IRR < w .-r, rak,An Iii Tle -- otfi,.e of the U_. S. ] gr an-i front lh.: f :.r,rti th,- ,'etoral
eatber bnreaui Pu ring the winter sea,on rr_, anj(ic- nr. Ito tr uJnI-l- it;I.. l(t,-, ib ;. l rc, -M P
tinlenfsl, lftfed -i o aill ,hat goes throiigh tr-e el'U,_.,- t~I tt!' ,J m I I !; II 5 [J, jt),J t ,11,111 E O p i~l l ld- tel'lof h 4o a
l~~~l'e~~r-n t 1In th ,A, \V ;,r .,n th li l'IIn _K, b itt l t I t, L , + I O t - ,J r
proved arpes- sonainto ai n Oll+ :[re tlta i -r I'I."00 rpl-,-, l h [a(/t1 t21"; ih h,'I and II.s nj -.r,4it. Pt,, lo d to : I l ile
fJlc.e ric"n lo,21tt- I a? first ofl a ttnl er were Ltli ,[dlell n 5 1,-, rln 1',, t, [ ,.,-'.[ A I t3 Io 1l.1, -F. t. it':i. itl l 0 [, t ~
-'ged from the e\er ,' s, .during last s,=.a.-on l an1,l th-1 ] , ] .-, t atirwlln.,.,ai~ting
nrwv In,.Ilud in llh the piospe@ .ts of ninr.; t'isitors r .-,I, .t iii marital, ,=.l to n.t~''all
Iimmigration than fe\er th,6 ,inl,.-r, 11 may be The ', Wenther 1. Ireall. .'hu- .q~ f~e% ,q,',,.idlip iI-
coiffed for the l g ,~ 3 anticipl.ated tiiat the nm ount 0 11: LT n, l th IJ, .t lr ,,'," ,P Iti.10 r t.l lj', l l= )lc .111 lig Or U IIII'Ii 'I'fllo
cb :i.- also on (if m ad[ this year -wNill t.,: m ill h larger. Zt N,. i h ib t+l S ,- h) 1 h, I .'. 'la -, ..- r 1100.1,,, nJa ,'


specla' equip-
ureau's work

pment.
atnical equip-
iaJe by those
best in every
All the elec,
e is approved d
lg all danger
Liras are of a
ed by the su-
d being built
eliFr company
he John Wil-
v York. The
by ga radia-
e ty-e. The
to be of the
mry type, the
red with mar-
shoeaer baths.
bailing is toe
sent drit-emwar-.
is of the I rLIC--
the rear doors-
" :es.-
ivlor was the
ider whose di-
was planned.
and changres
is resignation,
-rnh. who has

en is the gov-
charge of the
'rintendent of
?asury depart-
itates govern-
as had a lorfg


The Ciistom Bureau. it,:id .r i i iihni ii a i |,,t. ii- i .im l .- i'li-'i ',t-' n.r .,. l uin hil'r.-1I
A boa e tile building at thle ernil- r I it it.- I" 'l f o n ", ,. r ,I- I , I, ,i :.I, 'I h,--i c ,t lil h -ir, -
nal 'lock. fan iharli kno" in as thie i mi, u' t l m ". i- I. l- L i lt lht all hi- ,t'nil i l, e.
"Custom HotiFr.- a fla a v.tih ,t ip s tillhe ,'cm rrdi i, u t ,.a -. mil,, ii--. -,---,----
ani 3n eagle in the Ullpper light n.m d tl r l. i litri .o *jr I.,-mi -,. ',,n I m .: ('touv'rv vl.t-.ITIi \-4.
,-o rlier 1i1r{io mii(d lud hit, rh irt,?pu st,4r, ].',-, lln ,1;l, "t, L '[, l ,- --,
I'l l,-i t 1 t ---K 1
ti, Ser dtln 111 i lih o!tic l.oi il 'ot tL I ,, li r. mm I ir i- 01 t e' .
CusIo nis On -,. it,-id- It iS i-tt re ve- al 1 1i ,- ',h rJ l i- .1.1 t-. t i,.., -. l .., .
n u fl ag o t tihe I s r te d ..Statu id o ate d a n t M l .,u Ll -' t i,,,. t t.,. h
tjlerever l dutv on ililorted goods is d to i. -l. ,- '.-n-ti n .- n tn!tini, lit u.i t :
reitlixed The officer in charge -of The oflce has a fbil pql ii i oit il. if i It' i .r*, s, il..talnt l rndi ,oan!,rti-
the Miami office is IMr..1 J. F. Wo'od- tan-lard mnare..iolpgu :i in .riini ilts n,, Thi8 itr,| [- ,i ,i iinicu-
t,.urtih, .ho ha.. lhold tlhls poo tion tor ir, lI,-ling soit rmgicmr-rinc rl,.ii mii.ii.'-
nine v -ears fie lik--. M iami and a at' el's t-Ihi -h r: .li th'- hI.uM"tlltiu m itti rl ,' ti m ntr l -I -',,,-I-n l-''-.. Ta1 .
that b- shall nut be badly d.iappoint- lmii utm tr nii ,I.'liinIt iii,- _r.- 1a, d33 f(-crr Dlallas i- anr ait in -tal ,o_e
edi if it is his lot to alitaays live here 991' r p irmreinhg idiO-M i Fii, I ra'an irriL,'tu111 In a-lilition to iii, tile
This offler% will lilies, ue be toved I gan-s. tt'tii.il c rem.,.,ri.lrs. tIII in- C ra',In, Plaza Gio-en Tie.' Inn. an I
to the Federal building at the cor- st umi,:ri t,-- TI, iretintr.iiiunt a r nubei otiu al ,-i-
the c-r inatd n te. ooforthe tai l ,rear number ot other iUiLallh,,,l
ner of Atenues C and Eleventth street looted on the roof of the bui lina. -
up-I'l its -omrplbtion. The diaty of the but the re-eit rtring s donp hy mpans Zie Ito Miami toeetlher ,th thin
(tts.toai o, oTfir. r is to coll!e r- i te im- of cahI'-; nrid re-orders in tfie w "-ata- ite-t nIi-r ,I r of anartuiert l bun,-i
port tarilf. Th- iltf-n,'IPe trade w-hi',h er n.t.e. Thif-re on a single- ,Irnm flat- Indo tit- Ltsi r,.oni6. iniiil u .,
used to gc nthrongh this port to 1uhia ni 0ot emr ,ix inc- heis in v.i'ith i-r ,ltarn- i'-iiudat,.,'i to the0e 103oi1manld or
before the ra. ilNiroAd wv.l w tInded e-r lhittlc n,=eltes rituo d ,i.l t _,.,w li i.rs -lha t oirni annlua-lh ,.in iiau-I
southha's neow t0'I1 cUtt o1f. ibut the Oulici, sunshirin- there -tas. iust baowa The shi,.p i hut a brief s.vnopii-
trade witti the Bahamas has in- fast the irijnd blew amid -in-.t ho'v f ir, .-a gtiu th. iouhr.IvliineIIet. I- elop-
ereased yearly, until today it is an niu, h rain fell ill ev'erv m nite or_ iif em nict. i,-ourci, and r tri ,s'i i ,.t nuir-
avenei of s_.:;ctoauge of great import- 1.|441 a hii.:h conpoie-s bthe -li\ This i T Iiu,.- ltido ouritnaty, and i. ital':, on-
ance to the -llv. data. ailh t e retemperarure and '[a- I a -oegiinii nt eOl ,nun .\A-
Aside ftiom thie collertleon of dlIty romerri'.al pleasure records are corn- Da11,. t.o0ui1y 'hastl mnV U tilt.: doilil'll'
upon good, it is also the job of thie spill and %oiked up ilRto trie peruia- it n itiae] nzp.n ant, iCt'ae.pri i;- ii,-
deputy collector of cu-tomis g 10 collect ntmtm records of the office' whrre mav d,.ttrires ninny nwore times in th--
a head as: of $4 per head on every be fouad the exact tentipePI ature antid past ts ,,ears it wHI i-atainl. I-rn
alPn -whto comes lthroiuihi ibis port. oriditipn ef the weathe' for almnoT ,,t taslitr in tbh.- lmi I tin tii.-
The nint ijier en each sliltp is report- any 'iorieant slaOn e the offi-e wai frst ,\.,I a i ;i ir 21u ii1t1" or itI. i- ll poij-
ed toi hiul by the immigration inspec- started. "lain-lin ut [iyEl in1g., iJiti-urli ,in epn-
for. These dlata are of tie.:ial inleP.est -.igeti.- ,so ternhtii.lPa Feoplr-. It Will
Associated with the deputy col- to cil\il aid hydrattlic enginre--rs, and show vtile 'world ."A eYt9iIpl' of ieo-
lector of custonms.i Mr. H T. Ferris, IhePte is cQstap. de*aind for- them. gm+s- and thrift t.t will btb hard to
Inspector of customs. Mr. Ferrls No city seWeras or irrigation pro- cq,,al ii the aarin'li of h'i~tor..


'i I t,. Ii I a:llou Hottl. Olvi Iolkjing Biwni-,eie Bay.




Tomato Growing in Dade County


An Industry Begun by Thomas J. Peters, Has Grown to Enormous Proportions--Half
the Tomatoes of Florida Are Grown in Dade County--Working Conditions

(By James, lrConib Jr.) have six children that are just as t i s bard to see how the growers do
When Tlihumas J. Peters and his good pa'l. r- -Ds you %Mil find any- not patronize them.
r.thi-r armu- to Dade county about wli-ere Poor follow. Ihe did lnot Overcome All Dilfculties.
cilxtfn :- irs ga u ari ..'1 ,t. out a know that it to.-i_.i er.erieCite to n .alia Thrire Is no class of men -,c" rti;;
ulh.I .-1 t1: in tomatttttt ii, lit- a zuod gra.i-Jr or parker. Ckons,-- or any other country who har. stuck
rio tlougiiht i i, v. ere rai ling an in- -1tteUt1y the bulk of tihe shipmEnsa to their job any more faithfully than
,l1st y that nas dti.ijtid to akleatk tha3r left Dade county during the the Dade county tomato grower. He'
La.i.j ,ointt famuiiao all oter hI-, first I-..'. qea-tow-; afir it opened up haasuffered from cold weather, wet
tIir.t-l St;tir-s. a~ a tomato gru tig seer-tlon., were weather. ,dry weather, bugs, poor feor-
They niadi- their first crop oit ton ry PLo0. I' pi.itr-i. grader and pack- tilizer and "glad hand shakers." Af-.
nrear Little Ri%'-r At the time the ed Tile grow.-rs. of' .:coirs, stood te.r getting his tomatoes packed and"
rnmiitaee "eie it-a dt.' for market. '1i, I'-s an-d natirlly blamed every- at a dipot he has allowed one of-
tli.elie ni-o oth _.r t,'rualt.,-.5 Ill Ili H(-ling nt-l eerylo ly but themselves. these good talkers to mark. up hl"
,_)tinly. i-.'n ,tv.titrnfIy vry tbne PatIkin Ho.-es St.rted. shipment andr after a good wait has
il ice _le Wi-l-.ed for -very crate ,hen it ,wa- reanlried that tomaros found that he wal a chumpr. "H0
.Iti1,pod. it r., ,li-,.i- e,.,1 th-t tii- ld be gro ,n ,t a ,.re dinars woild trust a stranger with anything
-,1 tin v. ait t ropi ten crates to a car load when he
ii totti,-o ti. a, e.rI o I ; g ,e dsprigmonths, parties old not trust him with on do
,.,t to ll a l(-r ie. a n d ti o 3' ,1 0 ti g l O ;.tl~o a n t Io I p r lo p e r ly g r a d e d a n d i n cws h
ial rI i,-rl -tel in .-.ir than clo l Lbe I'-apo.ed l-,k started to build pack- in cash.
I,..n In arin other s-ctitn of the state e,ata r of pointto Despite all these dlffleultie ts th
r ,(,1171,"'.enable. them to h1., the .lnd of shipping of tomatoes ban g rown v i.
From thnt time on Mr Pet.ea has .:ttC K ,Kl t v wanted. Packing houses about five cars the first year tosbwa
r.-r I. i i i.i eat-n a tg tn the ,ul- i',.ei bui at -nion. Delra. Poren- 2. tears h durlngpthes es o i.
i,.,i iit,, It dI i i -L. i:ti ut th L'a.u,- .rIno F, rt La,,reo dale. Datitia, Fu- .ets o detoyea r al thea Bst--
not S hsoevy on acoon~t Of It" e
t-.,-, .i- r thl.i Io has let,,t:,tei n+ ift ,. Lurtl., River and one or two Lion experiencing the mot 9= .no
tin, tiohtie:n- nt effort: i. to' the- t- other points weather ever knLown.
i;t. it,,.,t-.--, and totIH is bil t,3 t rhes e packing houses met with of years ago devoted al rteie
.hi-v do, ,.a i afraid attntion ti,'i`0" rtiar','ina- ,-uic _. Those that depend- Farmers who up to I. qQuPme
-...-s v ,i dt not a .ii miii h.o it ',1-.1 tn the groiiwers word to stick to years ago devoted all their itWas=
,,-i, it- Iie I...1l,- 0 in he is item g.-uiraill, mit ith a I0o5. The gattentioneto omasO rewi a s.anw
i',,1 i.-,,cl .s tite fim.ito K ing- of growers ci ins-.,liio lu-isof any par k- diversifying their crops. A au hnt
[,a i Iri,'-. pait n: ut nunrli- i of ig h,.-i,,Ie ,ipetaior for a number of proved to theirB orrow, as wil mB
- i". I*ti -' .-'+ s -I r Hii I .l Ii ~i3 a r~^.P ] Tb,--y t e.lr soeI toMIt putting satisfaction, that It Isd an uE lLae apo8 r
-,-II iir d liti-ilt'irt ]i," ,--le not aril Liing in a 'iratlper that they had cy to put all Lbelr egg's in onea-
-,,t. ',..,,rr-, over tire ,l.rrition of umeh cnimrlait -about the packing I;et. Nearly every grower In ,ow
h,-i i,,.,,I,: I Ti-re i- altwais a de- houisescrat'lingtoro. iosel-. Therewas planting potatoes, beaus,,peppu GRiP
,,ik A I..rL ,, t.'1-3 aV .Ith ii-i tll,' m111iii tit,.tA0on betn-eep the numbers, egg plant,k nW.. DJMile Sai
,. --, i. ,,, it -, c(,nn. et'al .ta _o~d tkt- Tire ;r,' fl-r ell that he knew ty is at last rapidly becoming a reel'
i- H,, I.- -,. ii an.I iItk'-di a-hi:t a, I"nity" and what was farming section. It used to ball tan
Hlt% Ilil 1 ,-tl. HaI- t. ( At thl- rii,: thil Ir lt'tter; was 'I herl a- ain in thote days the orown Other rop BTig Money Mak '
.,.- .1 -i, t.' '- it fl.r-t crIop. FriiJt I us. i to i.- \tery large and What comes next after to lWieliB
Flor it -' -i.iLi, s-io".e-iS all oilt-r rt.:iS,-'e aid nluch of' it used to run OGra.pefrut seems to have the lead.
i.,.n l I i i?, tr',i in,: in mni.. a I.'- ., .-.-at taL-s.' This kind of stock Some folks who claim to be postlad
ii,. iiit or Florida sil were l:'ii.y ma-.1 le ini- hitter l t iatr-. and lh,? say l there will be ever a quarter of
.-.I:inri arouindl to g-' a 1In,'0ati -.ro,=r hat, I to s-e them thrown a million boxes shipped out of Dade
' h. t.'- i.- iO i Lii di a i.jui 01 ,Ji TI-o:, <(:ili1 p-,. k thei-n. thea-v- -oii nrIv this season. The potato
-iitlI ir fi ,ir or t.?IL r-aItile; v.ri- riit | i\js aind ij nitt-i_ thli iaacr:ers o acreage will be the largest ever
rI,.ling tlih. risk ot te-ing fr':,u -,a,-k tlihimn or u.irl: th1m in ionie planted. Beans have been bringing
a'iii iill tioiur e,.,--s %%-'re tilt1- -a,', All th is .ort is done anay wit In thousands of dollars ftor several
PI it Ii -hir-.rtiiun v.I.- re Ire laQr s-,-'. seasons. So have peppers and egg
t'.,:tai ia-..lI road a jlrLt ciriil-[Ltling Year b% year. as the industry b has plant.
il.-ir line ti Mianmi. gliu-.n. tini pa:il-ine of the tromutoies Dade county Is on the map to stay
The -.i-nt--- oi 1-'1'-9:3 found grow- lin,; ,,.lu.ilvI h-een turnn-d over to a Lthe point from which to secure
,te.: .t.irie.i i slung thlt east co-iat h- ic .-,. ,n" hiit ':as This was not the earliest citrus fruit and the ear-
i'I,:o..- tn-ait 6t1u. C ne tu lu'. onii ,,,` ,1",. iuiliiia, or L h erftilly F-v the list vegetable% Not only are the
TIh,. -- ., r% % ll w, uling Jo I k, ;i ,,i,',rat' y er,'..-r He fouinld he had old setl-iers enthbtii stic, but "the new-
' ruit f i-h. IP,'d in all Ini s t .o i.r, nr, to it 13 EIy Is woul d not buy comer is just, as gay.
1:'i ti-. tl o r slt ,_-ls Tile riari- l.irrrre -. -.-k -
r,ti tll,. [ 1. 111 ..lo iili, re,- inrioitr- on-BiltP.STORY OF THE EVERGLADES.
o,0 1 ,i ,Oh. t-io a d_,in., a nd an quied o \ 1 ,. B llilt U p.-
-trint -a- ;ill Ir-, t'o,11 g-t- ti 'eat.. l'rom, \V-., Panlm B,-ah south, it (Continued from Page 47.)
3l, v .ouii-i -tat '.-.,jrlI a s' 5.0i as ,: b sI .. that im- itmato is one glances upon upstart, newly-rich
ihii .li t-1 i' -il- 1.11 irl sl1(t ci-i ii all thtlln tl'at urIic llIlt t- CounLtry un striplinig nations which, but yester-
., I ,;-nic tiitil thn- -.in iliov tie ani as t'ir :-i Honi--le -.i.l d .:.--ry "lirttl.? ay [,ropnEe. to dismember it and
I ",",:," ; "ii1i.-i. e N .io -n? _iJr_ ar-nr-r '. Ii'rn h- o Loil t i at nartod ,tp [ fifteen ,i ',id it, tragmn ,ts, as Roman sol-
.-itrl -a;t Ln.,i- rail', t,)nilto -i ,i,''- i-IS a'os is tpit-l'. a ltrm'-itnc itto |ceis on-?e waited among themselves
i, iii ',it i t ili inti, tlI.-s- -. h 1- to" n -j ilI ii. nhir- h. sL. noi, si.t res. I thi- gzarm-nts of One greater than
L.-) iiiiP rI- V. .i t.tn Ll'k 5-1t,.u ai.r 'I l tiI -ai-'l,," I ht-i' T[he growv ris they The une may be near when
I. tJ if li.:l I_ r, .4 1e, .1 ti le l- ILl' ,: O 1) l '-: .a n l,',Oc cidn-ltLl. but, ,th Occidrnt-- w whether for war,
,itir.u,. I, .t,.kli2z o10 it .ar.d avoidirig snags v. which Heaven forfend! or Industrial
i. it i n --r'- t ii ni i-t, rhi-'r crops r ,1 s.iii l '. In iri', 1 nS ;ear- ,. the.' competition or world-scale co-opera-
lh-, !-- - iI-t- : it I 1'1z, ini1; f sed. Ld, Fie 5ta l t il lie r-:.'i11 tU 'i (-es-. tion--r i ll require all Its resources of
TI-, 1 ,11-- .1 ii i'. "-it all I I .'J, oi f P ii.l-ins lii-i'i. are -it-n at every i in *lligenre and strength. At such
toi ia r iLj-. ILi-' -il'i 'i--t know' .ia'v- ir-wt. V. it. r, i tlr -r pat.kinc tiouse-i a tiime we may well ponder the lea-
ililtiu :itu -u-ie' li it-, iii ,tl-. r inu'arl'- -,I- t pr'o|il-rilv iii:ii;r, -.l tir' growers ron of Anta-us; an.- welcome, from
ii ili ,iL -,l in I '1, a' of ,, I Iing .'t alt i1,. r IrIm iiit'--p-; are north. 'harever soLrce, the opportunity to
anI. clar iii .. 1'[,-.- ,. i, .i0l l.rilt- Thie gr.'-- ir-s '. i i- [,-uinr ?.- l- hoitaes bring our people once more into nor-
i,-- lih.' iit tlit .,'. .-it-. .a : nimuney hi itL u .- I.t -i go,- t- lll ,.l mal, vital relations with the land
I l' ut- c-Ir', i t i- t.t. i-Ia..- .,n-l a'.- ,'- -',,i.t -1i1, tir m 1jent -alto ha' -e corn- from which flow our supplies of pow-
ii, l, th-,r ,-,it it,-- t '.q' i -it- I-I, it,; 1. rti l:: Sithr thberi- arc r, and- insure to our nations its
nrti i-n, i i, o he,i a :I-..- r :-',, -i'I-'i'.---- .-i,.ra," I hy r,- iin imI firm-- at tlar.? on the map and in the history
I .-n i n.., i ,, rt':, -i- r an l ie ht, I ll i -i i l.. ,,.i- nt. t iteli-a hle firm s, of tho w world.


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S THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, aOVEMBE Z 2, 1513.


REDmD EDm IZW


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WESTMORELAND
; -.L... ...--_ND. -


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WHAT AND WHERE


Westmoreland Is




And How to Get There


W BSTMOR ZLAND is a beautiful piece of land in the
BSouthwest cornooer of Miami, about fifteen oity blocks
from the City Hall. Just across the street (20th)
is General Lawrence's vast estate, which is known as the most
beautiful estate in the county.
Westmoreland is on the edge of the "density belt" which
is fast spreading out and must inevitably reach us. The north-
ern boundary is 20th street, a splendidly maoadamixed high-
way running east mad west from beautiful Bisoayne Bay to
the Xverglades.
Ih the Mheme for public highways, the County commit.
ioSer, for Dad Oounty have had a road surveyed along the
southern boundary of Westmoreland, this road-way will con-
nect with the four mile hammock that leads south to Oocoanut
Grove and north through the oity of Mmi to Palm Beach, a
steth of oue hvIxked and flft y miles of maadamied road,
which wMll be the main road to Jack uonvlle Florida, and
theow up to *he northern Siste..
The land itself i of the oharacteritio Dade County soil,
dry and fertile; many beautiful orange and grapefruit groves
surround this tract that w bear out the statement that this
land is among the best for fruit raising. It liee well above the
seaeleve, being the highst elevation In this section, is level and
well drained. In all parts It is well timbered.
Luxury, culture and refinement snrround this tract. The
home are owned by people of wealth who have beautiful, well
kept homes, broad macadamized thoroughfares, trees mand flow.
en. What do theme surromundgs mean to you who want a
home free from all the unpleasant features that too often mar
a city home.
Upon Sits tract, naturally so well located and favored, we
an Introducing the best possible improvements. The streets
are laid out with parkways through the center, giving from
thrtftve to sixty feet road-way on each side of the parks.
The streets wll be opened, graded and pavred with Dade Ooun-
t" famous rock, which makes the finest maoadandmed road
kw Shade trees and other decorating features wil be
add In fact, nothing will be left undone that we l con-
tribute to make "W TMOR BLAND" synonymous with per-
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1. Only pebotw of-pod c character sBaB be allot
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2. No building on the property shall be used for the
mmaa&et or soale of intoxicatng iqaora.
S. No residence shall be buit on any part of the
property costing less.than $1,500.


Prices and Terms
Prices above quoted are to be in effect after November 30th, 1912. Prices to that date
a discount of $100.00 will be gren on an lot.
Blocks as a whole will be sold at a further discount of 25 per cent. Half-blocks at a
further discount of 15 per cent single lots will carry a further discount of 25 per cent to any
one who will complete a dwelling thereon by January 1, 1918.
TERMS.
$50.00 down per lot and $10.00 per month per lot. 10 per cent discount for cash. 5
per cent discount for one-fourth cash and the balance in six semi-annual installments. No
Interest charged on any deferred payments. Taxes paid by the Company until deed delivered.


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It is our intention to make this Sroperty in every re-
spect a thoroughly high-class residential suburb, and no
expense will be spared to this end. All streets will be
built and macadamized.
All parks will be sodded with grass and planted with
flowers, shade trees will bhe planted on both sides of the
streets.
City water and gas will he extend-d as soon as satis-
factory arrangements can be made with the water works
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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1912.


STARTING WITH ONE HUNDR


How One Man Won Success After Apparent Failure on His First Flo]

With Vegetable Crops Has Been Generally Profitable, With a]

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Transcrblhed By Rickard L. Rinchiwitz eiit h(-re. what corresponds to thl
Lost His Capital. liS,,al spring raini- ociul'ring in Au
t Hs 'i I gust. an' Selitpniber. One lesson I hat
STo be correct, my hundred dollars eariedi v'as to do what the otbii
was aupplemt-ntg'd bv iourtten hiin- ran does. but to "'do it fiiit W\ltl
dried dollars wurth of expt-ri-uce-, that this in \iev I plantedl unusually- ear-
being the amount 1 paid for it. PRe- ty about Thanksgiving .lavy. tftking
$roapectively, It seems l-hleap at that. vi--,rni.ndoits chanti-. with the fioists
'Often the lessons I hai once ron- '. bich we iaive -.'n here riiiinogh to
'iidered so dearly bought have turn- hur t-ndeer rop-s. Etit I had beet
ed to account, or else the menimorn reading r'ean-l,-sly and a; a result
has spurred me on to renev.erd eluri several ideas oi-tured to mue.
In a crisis, turning vvtat e,-niteil a
certain loss into mey-tuakuig iThe first crop consisted of one-hall
oeailbnty, a-,re f-pg plants. on-halif arre pli-l
-I am a descendant of the itork that i,",r. adi cOie ltp of tomatoe i-.er-
I aonce formed the \,r ha,?kho e of tliizer I Lsrd at th-I' rate of 4ixter'n
once formed the v--re ha-ithoas- of iblndr.-l potlinds to the atre, paying
Y anhattan-the itird- t.)uly:h Abont "ot -tur dollars a ton.
Aine years ago ailing hbalth n.'! dollars a ton.
ihe desire to better our conditions M.y whole 'future depr-nde-d iipor
caused me to interest myself'tn agri- this crolp aio I voriked hard 'wit
cultural affairs an.j litera turr. T Ltat tul1: an o:.,tasioial ri -gro to heir, uie
we came to what was then iorisi.ler- In r-ilte of all myv c rition the frosi
ed almost a pI-art of the Ev,-r.-.ad,- t caught me unpre-paied I %-a, in
and without being al.tatlt--d at tl* ("itlt-r at the time. anInd my wi,.'- bun-
water-bound conliJtions prc lent at 'Ile] nir- Pit in hlrl-h-ba. l. a-r tfir-
that timeo, my wife aitj I atrrihite ,iitOiiritr in one ,i nd. a %whip in the
entirely to an inliei-l.L trait that (it her. I stolIp-I at a naa side? rahcr
seems part of all that I.OIIre. dire. tl and 'ro 1tJ oil at negio. getting him
or Indirectly, from the laind o'd', l:es. lo ioie %% Ith lin-.
S We came south withI a ,'-piLaLl otf A dlii-'n orme. un the way I struck
Fifteen hundred dollars in imoniy, our maJtt' h1 tl(, (t-rlele ti'le tm[ie-iatire
C urnlture, and an apitudP for al- tll' Ij,:ait in nmy mtoutil. One feel
moat any other business than farm- the little cold lort-' here. and always
ing. At Cutler. fif'ttnri miles south I imapiriled. from the feet of It, thai
of Miami. in Florida. on the land of un uipe', edentLe.-I free.- had conic
8lstant relative; who had more broad "Tt..arL[ s'-luvom hurt in tiis vicinity.V
acres than money, we began, buit tomtiatio- often stucun at tili tli
It took Just a year, and the out- 4ix Farenhelt.
lay of fourteen- hundred dollars to Covered the Tomato Plants.
aonvilnce me that, sinele-handed, I When the negro and I Jump ed
could not do what is now being dine from our bit -bs the temperature
by the state on a big scale-drain. stood at thirty-r-tvuia To haul %ood
Our crops, and tho-a' of our no-ici- and build smudge nres twin-ol-yr-y
bors, were all either drowned out or feet apart each v.ay as I hiadi planned
else so held bark by the water a- to was out of the que-stion now. Recall-
find only a losing market. Adled to ing an experience I had read of, I
t.is the land was of a sandy, shifty showed the negro how to lay oer
nature, and easily leached of all fer- each plant and rapidly but slightly
tlizer by the rains. -_over it iwnh earth by a movement
For the second time in our lives of the foot. At da-an the thermonm-
we faced a crisis, but on this o&-a- pier r slon we were ninuspractIcaily all our plant T, as coveredd. This Lnethod can
capital, had no land of our own, and hardly compare whth lint, either as
simply a world of experlene-tthe regards efficiencyv or in labor saved
things I would not do, It I bad that Many plants were broken, and the
fruitless year to live agaln, were le- trouble of Unoovering them later 1s
gion. My wife had enough of It and. eri-ater bh far. To me the frost vas.
woman-like, wan for turnIng back. a .lirett sm. killng. as it did, the
But when backc" means chilly New parly crops of mi,, n,-ighniors. and
Tork,"a good thousand miles away. bringing rue a fanrv Fpnire for rinn- In
and the only available assAta cons-it tie N-vew York market-. \iih early
0t one hundred dollars, a horse, and E-egg plants and toniaroes ple-'irifil
a wagon--ne has leisure for reflec- niy small crop ivoid have b,-t1 h-,,i a
VOna. drop in the bu, I -, I. My. ne,:,aiir.c,
I dislike eangffes. having the roll- for three nmonilis ctrl; on the nu-w
-t.g stone proverb ever itr mind But pia,:ce, stood this wa-i:
I have also noticed that the stone Net.
acquires a better polish by moving. 1-afre tomatoes ....... $3"., 1l
S and Is mostlyv to be found in a mo--= 1-2-- are peppers ....... 11 (,.I
producing section-it finds the right 1-2--are egg plants .... 1 7. )HJ
place sooner or later. I
JAouitht Hoimertlead Relinquishment. ia ..
,iout, ht libmesead Reilnqniqhment. Total ................. ru.,
-.. About this time I met a Florida Delur-ting fer'tili r ct i 4' 111
W"'racker"- a typical rolling stone tiori .... ... .. .. -- t s ii
,with a quick-silver base. He roll me tl i v u a e n""a-h
-o d s i a l T h e r, e p t-r s v o uild iba ~ e mal a ; ,
_f a desirable homestead he had better ho% ng had I shi ,iptlt-r.i
__JafPted. and offered to I,-l rn-tll to Nets'w Yorni-p fLri i l"t-r Ii"
1F "It for a twenty-five dollar ern- ,1 N or bv' sal llNteil. tif r onC t rt-
ideratlos. I to pay.,the usual proving c-d at that time i tit I rni a,- Ih,u lut :-
u fees later it I dpciid-d to take it.i odt a that s ningI ut I I. \ ,. t -
Zoi*Bd the land as repreeentedd, high take f st-nirng them to hey t. -
ou,>0 e ada rr,.: t v, hi h %ere I failed to reali.-' much ior
(Jln this flat country "high" means %ere I tahle to e or
i-'few feet), uraMsr-covered marl soil. el working for ge.
calledd prairie land here, and what Is 1 make no clian'_en for lainor. it Is
called pine land, both good The Trie, b ut %he r, trMia',i-r tle
S preemption laws were less strk,. at hun lt a hen yt-J c-uit-i-r iol
that time, aFnd the man's only claim many ihnprod,.-inrs. the aidtlrntial
to the land consisted of a "house" ah elled toa l,.un tina j I, 1ir e -
he had bullt-- i ply rni f r iiprl-' h1r lier telhd for fti.ei .- ti.M .. t1,- ir
S poles with a yard of tar-paper tie-l or than i:t1J I t (- rt t'
on at the tops. Whether he had (v-- I 'il.'le at th.- rate nr ot -e 'I, llar io-I
or actually spent a night om the land a ah' per inv. as for tit ,_ 1101 .
was doubtf I paid for c-ntirely "ith iiorif- .-. ti.-i
wa o b l ed T-,' trtal I ng tui T lie f'.', rft l oil 1i f
Getting Started. that no\ Degan to to i-.%- ill ni:i't. .-.f
A new difficulty now arose. My thy vu. litio [n--,..I, 11.,11 (',1iii I lih-
wife refuse to go into the wilder- .urni ; -le 6 4.ri ut' -niiili :i i iI't
neass, as she called It. though it va h bilt in the- -I-.' n.j a..:t- l ni1l-i -i -
only sixteen miles from Cutler. Fi- 1tt i i t aa- v-in hindrr.,enl.1 1% i ii,'. ,h-,I.
Itatly I compromised, deciding not to lai. lhv this nim-tro. 'I ti.' r io0c Ii '-1.i
reak up the Cutler home until I had con'1l5ti 01 ,. iha: is t:al'iti ernib
A foot-hold In the new place. With gra-. vilnch tli i; i .s',tll,- r hnt' r, l anId
this end In view I made trips, sort q- tfisrurtig at nialir -]u[.il.i( lr,t,-d
times of six and seven day i duration. v. iltl. a little o' a-oiial iati. r norit
.; bklildIng what was In part a cabin i -ii. h pro-s v.-lt I here
for myself, and part stable I also I I al hop,-I to ri vt our own tiin-
feared two acres of land, plowed. I.-- ,li;-ved fir Ithe hoii-.e. i'v.in4 ohi-
ulanted one hundred orange treep half forc tlhr sawing. hiltl tbi ht--t I
And twenty-five mangos. and tf-nce.j 'ulli doI ar that -arty yd. ti it
In a plat for a garden. It should bhe L,. it in l. itit n trii d --Iip it to (" It-
hentloned that I did not regularly I;r h% satlh.oai I \voi k, i ,i ili.- ti..,
," leat-r land for the fir't irnlt Ir1, a. hitin rromui- ia kit. he-n and he,.lronivi
f tontenting myself with planting to start aitlih). uncieain-iv,'. an,I i-
S Them In rows, spading up the ground nally had them in pieseiitable shape
fbout each one, and belting the scan- lor my wifil and ilhe bab;- Her first
ty pine growth. Fertilizer I applied irnltrodinttiion a.as disroniraging
at the rate of about twenty puno.ls Tic, roads hlere are like ma-:adam
to each tree. v-hn fvr-n qliehtly- workerdi. buti in
In later years, when surveying was tie roui_-h tie-,' are awful Of coral
i done. I discovered that the stable wNas and linie-troni formation, there are
in the line. To get warer in th]4 a thousand T'rojects that throw a
Country, I found a simple matter. waaon hack aud forth with excru-,i-
.The method Is to flatten oui.it a shortt aSlig re-tilts to its inmates AddJ
S piece of pipe as in drawIng. notch- to that rain (ame down in torrents
ing the fiat end, the whole being drenching us veomjletely. The two
churned up and down with a turn- -tret, he: of lo-v prairi"- betwp-n o'ir
lng motion, quickly drilling through ila-e and I'Llti- l-r w ri' inrl .. sii-
the soft rock and oral to water, a nicrcr-el. -1:' that ,avtn t[Ie uapfn bod,
matter of six or eight fs-er A pump. bet rime tilled with waler. I recall
at that time. only LOt-t ahout a dol- -'u--i-nz: my wilt'e. tape float out of
. *. lar and seventy-five rents thin v. aeon tod-,- andl a-.ay during an
Pt-ist Evperlence W%'ith Frost. t111Uisualt,' d`lc'i led lui h in a di-ep
; The seasons are of cotric differ- place. Almost a year later It v,'as
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brought to Ciutler postoffice hy a i-'.gg plant_, iilvi
neighbor, its slIN linlig tnrn t-, monit i- ..- ,nd(i I1
'Ihreds b'v contact with tiJe cht- l.i.1 in thr. a, i uitiulla
%InleS a iLLJ liuslit-S. Tli,- -italic,. the 'Inr
('hli-ken and Vegetbhiles. r-a-i l itiiiL. oi
Our, h]it I.h--i- 3. a li hI tlt-r 'i-re a P. ., *. noTi u. hit.
SO ii' (v t ren 'tl it nru tlt- v-i--, til. ,.s of ine tlio;
back-bone of the e.ltf ']irt.-'-, iJ n-'t _' i I wlie AJs
do so wc i-1ll at fit ci. To" Iov-,'-i-in v. Ih S t'.% I rll -i i- '.' in ft
ate Iost ian,: t;-inU- I dfoi. hiittle in tli- i-roit from tn ii
the i.lagon iv.ltle movingn. or rip'1 t-.-- a.lmt.,a;t it% hbin']
Oh broken lees dile to tli-. ro'igh leaving the gii
roati- To o.tfs-r ti- v,' i- lt Ivrrpt', v.`a It,-fir>?.
i1 gamn e. qliai! ralh i, t. tirr:t1. s. al %t t -li, rini p r
oc' ai-uonal deer. or, a iarvi ., I :u-..7a ranilr.i. -, tIL a
i oa- a litiu a lo r Idil !.a .I o i L ila It P'
\i ItaWlah1--i fe hal fio1t thie -r:r 1 i-i e .mif'r oiitl--t
-tart In thi ViL-i Tpr lLae-,. i ti i v'- I'-Iri t-. 1 it an IUit in
radisli-] ., stri ngin-at'.i. 1i-l---, -til i lt- y,'t it i(. o r t-" 9 -'.
ber---es-rvitIhig ign- -nois tirnl;, F''in1ng-. AtI tIh.
ditring IlHip ii tom-nr nriohis in tIi li-eroe; err al(d
li Ith. 0.)]r snilii ner *arll e |r-n iop va.'i- 1- Il e'.sI I i,, il
a .ot e i -trr i -t .-d oni --'.,, la i'l., at f t i. 11 i,.n I -. -
first, 'oinsit;stng of trnra. .ori bh ans. .- tT- i i tit: Ln iflo
sqilia li. s\ve-et and Iri.-b lIotatot.-, a 'i,'inlrntit- oi f 't.,-.
litile ver,- poor svwi,-'r c rn,, 1 th,- i':'..- i, i n i l,-I.-
neather is to wvarnm f.'r [rI lautti.- ur' i t- cr,-t-. td rr,.i, narl
and nelons--we lived on them. AId- h h- al-,Iior lulih'i iI
td to this ae had i'-o(ointlitnint' f 4i mi n aini .i'-m11, rI
tron tbh- trec.A. So coon ,ini illt tlie.- %- i: I to al iaiv'- itu
_LEr-ol ir- tlitatl wv% -._I' -. I ly anl: the lit-.
mill: of the ripe oiles. or ei-e are \'irh .ti i -' tl
tb-mni in a green *tate with a spoon. a'r .] a I- '." ri-l-h
Ttese did 1iot, thorev.r. e rlow i' n iir ''' -oill taliii"t i.
se tion, bat wver.n ilr-n- rilt l io tit c the i la -'. z ',i- illii
,0o .t1, trolm 'v.% -n' i I r,'iui lit tlitu pinnt,,J lrt- t tl i-
a while haiitlug. \Ve aI-co had wil-dl hi art'] -oitiIe i,
riesrneE. i)mf yais in gnr-nat qnatnri- ol.1 Ofi''. -In oitr
lies. These m v r ife pr.ei-\i ld. it,,n.-t,% adi A: a
Pav,-paw.- v- a lwayc'a' enjco' -d con "I Si- tnintl
SSetond Yiear's, E\perlence. l'oin rr i rd i,, .,-
The seiouId t3ar I rtiai loti r a:trns hlc.-I -t - ni-dl r
un-lr-r c ultitation- niiot n 'n h lor'inl L Ia r -i il- i-
inurtliern or \ t-.rern .,-iandl, mnr. rnit v-- lt. oitl til i-0l.
monsoisderabi- w\ierie the cJulIri'ailinn ii PlantedI
int.n..-e and tlh. rop is a itsiislable The filth %eai I
onme-it wa- the later handline %f at fi ,- thi sb% .-\pi-i
the- help at ni-i di&po-ll that I had ing one. arnJ plann,
Io conh-ider. It nmujt tl-o be reniemn- "rov,:-i ho bt- i n
berfn d that I v. oriled alntim t entirely '.,-ar of Ji-';t.ctr.
alone .it first, hel-alLSO of lV l ainan- 'li-ito:i y: a ,r I
i.ntl rron litilon antI hi,' dti- o ti e in l Ih i- fr,- i.lat-
s-.arn it. ot laiilor To clic.r land en- priint;rinp li, Itr I r
tirely ot stinimps costs sevent.-fiP"v? prolter i ,U.-aiiLm/on
dollars an atre- here Mur:. c-ollin, tlll,-. into itue fi
the [ree- low enonuh to alloa a bar- va-.ta inint.urn- fi hti
ro,.- to goi ovi i the 'tilnip-, i- .vortn h -- -:- A it V.'];
fortv dollars: and Eiunply tl,.-ared ,'i t omr-.-Iltinm !me
cih t stump' high the pli'- is till I .idt'iot n nn Ili- -.il
thirt,-five dollar;. eiv ilh prz' t, in.i:n
Tlis croo -ge prlaut-. tininRb-,an; l, ,1-.. ti,, oh. i h
tonlaftiOP ai i.apn i e, I fOnltl ...-i-r-r- m'-t-ts 'i Ite i
tn handip b\ far Foai oni thing I nr.itii't- I .,I ahi,
hal. the (on: ilant hlp a-i .itq hfil- tl.vi ;'e r'-. so thl r
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inightat- wh,--n froct \ias epriaetp.. we
vulintrr I thile alarnm ,.oli ; art] S .t it
hItuin h.uti r to hltu I b oh pr %'. i i i -.
rl,-rmonit .I-t. r r-ar.9 unit' \\X oild I i.-I,
hault.l in Il:' tli- el nan'd i ',uii up rte-tsdy
to IelitII th% -nty feet apnarl ,Pa, y1 n I:,i
T'h[.- iav all saonritl hnlmildtble. lit
ir iut It lie, rirun,-lit ,-i eP l i ntl ,r a tt,-r:
nmokr- iill k,'-epl of f(rsir Bele.i-.I
I. iuunau 3 lItP ni iir. i :itr i-iL teiit
vial:PfuLlneP;. s.itlt -i ar- an lu-nii '
tori. an id a fe.' l uiLtt -i ..- .r iii haiii-
ing old woodf and rilhti 1 i io t l"-ti '.
v' ith hIpt rime antI vnnrrvy of n-'plaill-
img, and the trouble ot pacl'ina c'-Tlne
'.-liii eery one -'l.- is duing hike-
ix I. e. rouledil Tit h Ih-- el ,-' r ioni a
g-lulted m.irket, to iay no11'lig oh
1rios of plants by l-,ng5.
At the Fir-.t drop ini t'lrli'uratlime I
numiped out of bed- tdr,:..n- t,1. arPI -veit
I Iti pili- to pili v. ilth an oil c.aa
Li. ilting ip) c,..r lti-'.l I.,Il .- ]" ai]
1 l-ur.u alit-nr c lat I v.-nit bak bt i,'ti.
Sonitiioe ni.- v.e'. h n ro-rnmn.-l.-i roCr-
ri-.] i rent [ ', frost lie'-oi te s ,- -r, .it-
tin tp t1%'y the itva e i tI|e I :-lept.
r-ady; to cat.- tIle i t n-,'-:es:ary, V-. hilh
a-asi ratrIv the case.
ThiU time. .'.wing to thr- divr-rLty of
trnim. the pnaikiu, t r'r--u '-e,-dsj miore
lLt- urel',,y and ,\e gct off t'he lajs.t rtiate
just'as the tirat one was bf-ing gath-
ered by our neighborr. Our te-ulnis.
after ,dedlli'ting fertil.,er- andi :aill es-
pePii;s. aere just &ven huind'ed and
ixtIy dollars.
('Clearing Mote Land.
Witli the lonrv rjvio t uiv it tilIo.-
al I clearred moi,- land and iaunnted
orange tr'es. gpidl- fiti.t at a- I Il
anti matrgc,-i t lcin ep%-I, a% ailn i--lie
inlh of It. loa'lnp a hare tiir h --
fourths t an acre ior a cro0. Th.h,
however, I planted to tematoesa and


biir' pr than ever br-fore w,- lardiv' I atlg, rm'vi iijW I ti- oti l I-io ina i.. r i
rvtlr. ik', tino huuidie l dollars t-'t our I t-- ,-r i- '- reni,& p hti-, l. -. I Ol-
. oCro i a I A ii.1 -t". l -. ii )iI ,i'[ t .-iil r t I
Alnuoit b finor.- vie .]ii. w it o itV1' w'-n i-- i- .' i, i-n l'- -, ill
I'rit. il I rt- lit ,t l. I .' .ir, t. th i: ,lt i trm l t.uo i Tl I ia li i i ', i nt I.nr i t.
l[,It' C f ft 0? pow1r I '1 rr i i.. d tonr ; i 11 fih, :ih .,.. i i :tl'Jii, r
v. -'- a i i es. ,i P v. ,r,- ir.t -' t iir. 1 ili .1 t r r' ir tl i i t a -. 1' 1 itli ..i. j ,JOI IaIu
u-itl u.'.-ur I eo h i ,ilr 'I ai-ii tt d,- I d -l I i i r i io.' I1 v. r,- ,, It 1 1iu t ;. na ;
rat-s nr rn i of ital .'rl '-'. t. tI'a i-iiPII'-1 0nil t-ut. i1 *'' i 'I- ,i i .'i ll t. t -i:
ni;in t-i,- m in r.l ianii thI in''-s- [-'-ii- a nd a hit: r of otliti --. ai n it una Itahle
li ..- lt:, lit- n ,' lailaro .ld. For aVol ,iltod .runnu -tM 11; I re l r.
',,- s i:illip;tttor Ic_-ar. I i -,.. .-'i I uL o I. inini- a
runn d ol a d -olar n B -in lia.B i[ I ,3 ,1 ,IH I l0u r 1. l, LI P "O p] : U % '%, rc -
r wanted tl,' t.---n-duran- 'ar t..: at th-I I f ai '-
statl)i- th,- ; li 1 t. .ii '- ilhue- ,.o Sla.all I'lrOir l of lit,-r- yin-n', Ihl-n.'-,li'- .. sild
to .- uo- hli._-a n .e -i i,l.t',.,il. >.,, t. hui l-' html h- rl,t H- ntv i-il'- .-'- 1to a
ouuir car ri n et-I. mhat we i,,.ra-s,,t i r t -1 FI. -i ih t -, ,, ] ilj I I e, I thahi
i- :,l .: t i, O tor ,- n f ,.'l4= i t i h m t o b, w j i r I ,_' u t -h to l,, 1 1 u_- l ,- I I ,
r m ablit ,_, th.hin ll q i-l-ha

ti 'it i ," A .[ i u IIr- iI AJ iiiI-fl[I I r!I ilim at
I now ha,- 1 t hank .a.-'oin of e'"- ith .ta14-l i t la l:, ai fu y hau li
aral 0,inn1 rei ,t -,oll ,r u ,- ',htai li to t -u k. -1"i ,-r -I t II 1-, I-,o i the otlh--I
onflr all ,.--Silile 1u.1.1,!, ,tri'-n ,t l. gnu-> '-aet-- ''t n 'l ,liii'ii i i-.- Finuai
-,il. - oi r o-uri LLcu- i n l'"l- t LJ.nl b -h- ir-- ii on ti-i 1 i-r i A ni-%, I l. d a let-
iriorhooutLl. c- ri I. hn illS rt -jfnit, lo rnm i i'- -v n h ,, h hilt foilo'tv trig an
1110 I']t |1V 01 l [,U P l il ,hii* I ll ,"-;- ',. i'' !. l- l .I .*"*
tu-.i w- re ,le !iiitieL al ,Ai-ln. fr(il rue, -- t ItI ,.lt-I tl r-.- :,r ar3 on
it). iaJ f atl i f Lmb.I.:, b l. ) I., e .-or,- .1 ni t-.L):nJ, andn hii\. d ill iV c- r
pientliltl. th ti ntv-rp mor,'v \ ui..-. t- o ; sth'i il ''- iruileir cult \ a1onr I '.-,
. .It lo tr g o ,l ird-a .-. .-i hools. and a n lik e I ll, l, t te. %- lhi, ia i t)ot
tlil. au.h. and iroli..L. l "y .1 1 1, i|riii t n'i r to l vi-r. A ti ,'; :tit -: ir i-- c -. U iva11.) r
adva n,. in %Alu-. Anod th I I itter r a-. anl tr t l,-i Ii i r -- ll ii ,.i ,13. J i ,,ll.--iart -
a t,,Atitie rit.n to e iv iora ,_d. ira e I 'a'U -il13l O ali. 1 i,. i,.- i l t i iitT. ntl. il
had invp-te' d in a nuihlihi r of acres thl il , 11 llJ i t-u,"' tO I-'it oridin.
tlrat I L'out-'a ht f'or a -on .in t''nr [ a. ,li- I. 'l- ' 'i u.-11.i lltd oi.,I':. t u n_,o 'r.
si-tIt-lied hlisrL -str-aiir-r ti Iil tllOu Ie year- ii .. .liht I, l, IVrou i11. Oa2 hLajil
sa nis and ,istlili. iha.n li m.--retionn. oi 1" Sdn, '' :" .h- r_.lJ'. r t.va['-n' I!
tinme of" Plenty. v r-j I tll -t-I '.'-' l a?-I nun l it j.ij
Prosperiltv row ng. t o 1-titn-uork al I11 int1 l t1h, i-- rs to juImvi at. a
oc r An r c it eaL'-trn" t. uer'or -.,st t- r-.- 'l vinL i A e! I liI h I Ilim:utnat To"he
i, s-i', ]. i i M iaLniui thi -ri-i anil fir- an-.-r -.,t in!., ..-.ioim alid I v. Iote
l.i i'-iits alomst ronsiattal ijvl II tin onr t u ,cn r-"!
the tOnri i -t; t.asnn P,,llr ,i .c ,ol. Wh.il it-hRally Counts.
v -lII. and