The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
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lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00067
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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:., Vol. 1, No. 86. I KOMI. r\'=e.. MIAMI I FLORIDA, TUESDAY] III 22, 1904. u:::: ... .. Price 5 Cents-

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f () TODAY. I II I The Board of Trade Smoker" Will, What bt of One of the GLIB: : i PALM HOTEL

Be Held. aty Candltates.i .

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Manila March 23.-Captain DeWlt. The Ladies' After loon Club, with a
/ r II IIJap i.
Y with a detachment of constabulary aDd I large number of Invl ed guests, enjoyed "

Assail. Port ,Arthur Lieutenant Pitney, 11th scouts, have TM TIM b MM O'clock. Thursday A i Says TVat Jla MUms a rare treat on Mom ay, when Mr. Kirk Will' Close.Irs Doors to

just encountered Mateo Sakay, theo Manh 3l 1-\lrs5n. Raglrr aadkigraham tided DpoataResptct. Munroe', the noted at thor and traveller, .
and Russian Squadron. -
... ', republic. are IInlt4 entertained them wi :h a charming talk I
b .
J j I Sakay, with Bfteen. followerm, were on the Chinese Empire" Mr. MunroeIs .
I killed and the remainder of the band always an entertaining talker, never I

f A RUSSIAN?) BATTLESHIP were to captured.the Am ikyns.There were no casualties The Board of Trade met last nlgbt Inspecial 8 I Mr. J. M. Williams, of hesitatingfor ji ist the right word to I EARLIER THAN EXPECTED

V expre his exact meaning, and hisrecent 1After 1-
bear who Is In the this
i: I meeting to the report of city

.f..{ __ THE SULLY LOSSES. I{ the Entertainment, Committee regardIng ho has known him long trip through China had given
hint personal Information and data
r the proponed'Industrial Smoker Y said to a Metropolis as
Fell on Houses That Will Not Be interesting as It vas novel to his audience -
Destroyed and City Bomba Jed Last Inconvenienced. and to transact other business re last night: The fund of Information givenIn + One of the Most Prosperous
The meeting oat called to order by 1 i at fellow there polnt-

Friday-Japanese Have S yea Casualties I the president William U. Brown and lag I he passed. "I understand his remarks "u wonderful, and itwas I Seasons b It's History-More .
New York March %President McDoughall. t interspersed with delightful anecdotes
the minutes of last meeting read by a* didate for sheriff of thisI
of the Cotton Exchange and humor Hi* of !
during the Eaga ement- Secretary E. V. Blackman. want to say that ':lgJ description Accemmodaticns Needed for future
made the following statement to-day bow the Empress of China waived her I
t taps .Are Lacking i But Eagerly regarding the market: Under the head of communications i known among his friends handkerchief at him was especially Seasons-A Lodging J House
j letters read from 1a' lineyou *
I were parties! asking til ie will make you a"
I I M The ......... In consequence of the fine. His account of the Boxer troubles 4
'a the about the chances for locating a can could do no better than '
Awaited by ) Japanese Navy. .. and Restaurant -Would be AA)
failure of 8.1. Sully A: Co.Jell on some was highly in resting. and In
ning factory, and another about the to (
of the most conservative houses la thetrade fact he brought China and the Chinese, .
..;..- I prospects for utilizing the lime rock t much of his life hand- Appreciated Addition. t.
-bouaea that will be able to I their customs and
j here for the making -hydrates, of I lip First In convict coni'll'ment
land them without Inconvenience.
I tliglOD'' and finer aspect than
TokioMareh'tt.| ; I-A special from lime;" a new and valuable process for ; then aa a member of the v
There U no warrant for further apprehension la nllD tbf'1He told of
fertilizing lands. The first letter was police force for
Ma> (opposite Japan) especially aa customer are the new railroads In course of r
construction -
referred to the,Committee oa Manafacinres aa a private and on up to I The Royal Palm Hotel win close for
t1q8'"*|Japaai*e fleet madeanother making inquiries for pot cotton, which and gave Interpretations of
and the second to the Com- H. to known to be fearlessof the season Monday next after diaaec
.,rl attack oa Port Arthur last Fi [day1 and adds .. element of safety and atablllty mittee on Aerlcal No laarce of his duty and has their language, both oral nod written I I
that lau beea lacking of late. which This early dosing contrary to expectations -
bombarded the jdty sad defei sea, The Entertainment Committee re- found wanting-just the explained many things not generally -
known or appreciated and was authorized yesterday
The nquadrooj also fought i furious WANTS THE JOB BAD. ported that the Biscayne Hotel couldbe qr that constitute en officer. .:
At the close of Mr. Muaroe'a remarks of.
afternoon from the head
if proper
secured for the of the
with .Raaalaa proposed [ patrolling his beat one night
the lest
J akagentdnt. he number of
"'..t Hearst Wllllac to Spend $2.000,000 to smoker on the Slat acct that the ..rloln district of that Uy displayed a Interestingcunu the Florida East Coast Hotel System-
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j\ .destroying Get the Nomination. Royal Palm would be closed before ; down by a gang of drunk- .8.- alter whkh ne was The hotel will however continue to
ti Seven Japanese casualties are reported. given a regular ovation. Innumerable I .
that data The committee
recommended and while
m. lying In hiscontinued '
receive >
guests until the day of th* rf.;
;:; Ne Information. concerning. the conditioa Washington. March 23.William that the banquet be held at the to fire at them questions were asked and graciously I yfIt
I R. Hearst, of New York ta willing tospend answered j Those la audience who It now entertaining over 100 guests _
of the Japaaea* Jeet has ., .. Biscayne. and that It be made aa Informal erl i policemen went to his the\ f p

} ,..tecL'ne Navy Department .has $2.000.000 for the Democratic affair with ao fixed pro- an, finally rounded up his had not met him were presented by t tI but as they are going out very fast and

or";, sot been advised of eagigsmentbat apmlaaUoa f r President and lau gramme. members w the club, while his numerous I but few'coming la evident that therei

'. news ta eagerly r' and hourly agents sad headquarters ta every State The report of the committee. was w e cab question Mr. Williams' I friends were profuse In their will be but few remaining.on the day
la the Union. The U belq.peD& thanks for the charming afternoon he
expected. money adopted and a motion made and carried He to a man of family audI of closing.

1 sad la &oIDllDto the pockets ef that each member be assessed two respected. As sheriff ofDtr I had given them. Light refreshments l i j The season now fast drawing to a t "

JAPANESE TROOPS politicians who are willing to promise dollars; to ,'be used la paying the expense he would make an Ideal' I were served and the ecrasUn was close has been one of the beat In the; +

'Ltrdety Greatly WWa'balaD Van- to deliver delegates to the St. Louis. *, and that the Secretary be la- t that. your people could well thoroughly enjoyed. Quite a number I history' of Miami and the State lai

ay'btloao"m "ts'tb.Ireess.afor 1.11 4 from of gentlemen were present and boys general. Aa early as' February 15th: i
at'Anja.r .
meats Hearst"' This to a statement that'I effect and that tickets of admission be' now until the Primary he'aa w 9XkMLKMfJl &roe'S bonks, and J every room In the. Royu Palm:: aa welt I ..'

Bt Petersburg, March 2J.":- According U appearing dally la the IDetlfpolltaa Issued to ali who pay the assessment active caavass of the county, and wished to meetlee' alllor.H'T.*."!'%'"I as th tlaw.rataken

'J,,: to, i government report Japanese newspapers and Is on the tongues of oa or before! March list what Jim Wllllama tells your people ,'I The musical feature of the afternoonwas I and rooms In p rate residence, .

canlF7"" beea seen to the north of members of Congress and politicians A motion was made and carried also caD be relied upon. I hope you will- a delightful piano solo by Mrs. I were at a premium, fabulous prices b*

:.. AnjaJ and that the government to kept generally In Washington ---, that the Secretary hare cantS printed.I nominate him. i Guild SmltTOM4TOES. 'I I (fog !bald ia many Instances for a sigh t

"7. from) being ia touch ,with Rnaslaa I and notify members of the amount oftheJr I ;P|or ff>ek'. accommodaAona.

.-, : dices. up to the end of the quarter RIVERICS BVRT.Rlverlna II Others were slept aUoard thi veasea ,
The j.dUtary' orgai any that the occupation March plat. and that same are payableat Burt (white), axed about I of the P. and O. .tea ship like when.

of Ails at rda a strong posi- once. fifty years died early this porulng at I i they were IA port *bile still other

tics Teaa a screen to tie movement of The 'board Instructed its Presidentto his commissary on the Florida East. i I were forced to go to iXher places for w ,s

s troop]; bat much A Ilito natural advantage extend Invitations to Messrs. H. M.Flagler Coast railway extension a few....:'" want of shelter Hot-I I men! are nnl

I has beeR lout by' the lack of Attorney Patterson on the,, and J. E. Ingrahant to the this side of Cutler. In the Cutler Section' for Want ol f r I venal In their eipretilon of-tbe| sea-*

Mounted sklrmlshen by:the Japanese. smoker. IIIor the board. Mr. Bart had been here several I wn's greatness. 'and I hot predictiont
I Called Council Session Upon motion of F. W. Hahn the months, and was a sufferer from tuberculosis Rain. that next season will begetter

FIRE; AT WHEELING Chair was authorised to appoint a committee which was the cause of death. than the present one baa beea.

.I I of'three to draft suitable resolutions His home place to not definitely known, j Next season Miami will be better

Cause Destruction of 'Property and upon the death of Colonel w: bat It to believed toj be Crystal River lbl. to accommodate the crowds, asOl

>Loss of iUe. '' ScWuW, F" last(P d &cause MOM R. Anno who wars always a valued and The body was bi I ought to Miami bv The Yield HV be tttuui Ml tr less I the new Halcyon Hall Hotel. to be

,1, -I"J I J faithful member of this body. the Florida East O st work train and I erected during the summer and tb
I Wheeling. W. Va. March f--Sharps Bat die MaW Gal 61 Seek I Mat This Account Says Mr. J. IL frxfmag
Messrs. IL |Atkinson. George H. tamed over to Undertakers W. F. Miller addition of forty rooms to the Pal or ,
,JtoteL: Wheelers Restaurant and several
1a/ ,.\ felal.UIW.I Meyer and K Ashby were elected aa Co. who hkve sent telegrams -No Rata Sine Oct. 15. Last. House will facilitate means of caring r
s small buildings wen destroyed this
members of tpe board after; which aa trying to locate the family of the deceased for the thousands who will flock bore; sEven
atoning either by aa eipkAton of4aasaite
c It nataral ps 1. 1.Th.'bodiy adjourn meat,?jwaa taken. to Mitt Tuesday or relatives, and the remainsare -'-- with this the fart Is evident that

night being held awaiting results. there will still not be sufficient accommodations -
of William li wtoa has r
: I Although vex of the seven city Aldermen Mr. J. H. Godman was In from his for the masses
,bees|recovered from the de irta. It to
were present last Bight there was tomato farm near Cutler laM night What Miami needs Is a lodging
feared other- guests ta the hotel lost A BIG SANITARIUMDr. COLORADO MILITIA t
house and an up-to-date restaurant '
their eves, 1I I held no special session of that body and stated that the tomato crop In thatsection or r
t cafe said a well-Informed citizen this r
BaBBBKBBB-MMBBMat, 1t I[ to suffering severely for want
aa had beeR called, and the alt
.j j EARTHWORKS AT' city I morning. Hnn -
of and tuft It'' has been
rain greatly
fathers wended their back homeward who do want to '
DALMET.Bt I way I not go to a lIotlTIM7

to assemble affected already by drought and that only stay a day or so, and prefer to
again Thursday night
H: A. Lawton. of Cleveland, 0.. Seat to Trinidad (Coal) Mines to
Petersburg.. March ZJ.-The core week. when they will'meet Irregular unless water! falls In the next few I upend that time In recreations and "
lOTpoadeat'of the ll lo.o Krai of Port i and legal session.It I to Build This Y ear. Suppress Strikers. days the yield fl'Olltbe new crop mil I sight.; seeing. They do not want to be t

Art] *r. w'o.1a proceeding to the Tale !! I I be reduced to half or 1 leas that It would burdened' with the necessity of getting

K .river,1,i write* that k.e' aaw horde of will be remembered that a regular .- I have been had I rain fallen. bask at a certain boor to recelv, their

Chin***I coolie throwing *p eanhworis meeting was not held last Thursdaysight The plants on high ground art now meals, eta They simply want ., placeto

oa the height of Port Dslney.Tali on account. of no quorum being I Wl be located MOW fbe,I Bkiff Overbolkfcj VYW data Abases h Wetf Goal Deal- wilted -In many places fl'Olltbe I sleep and a place to eat aa they* sat t tI

i shows Ithat the Rosslans are determined present {Three members, however drought whllel those In low land are A large IocIxtn<<.boulM! and.: eafi

f to resist the Japanese attempt die Bay and Oceu at has at fte fnpav's Store nd.. Etc. but little better off. The ground is I. would be the thing, and tl,e person war + ,
were there and these three announcedthe
.to bad oa !Slao' Tung I'IDI'lar.. i, meeting for last night Ucarart 6me.L -.Trouble k ArtJck>aleJ. thoroughly parched and what few starts such an Institution will have a I'

'fnRE light showers have fallen have done bonanza at his hand"

+T BRISTOL 4E K. I !I.J la the mean time, however. City nothing more than moisten the surface 4
i i iKaosvillej C1G REAL ESATflJEAL: '
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1 Attorney Patterson was asked for an and was quickly dried up by the sun

;,;0 I March destructive 13.-7.\ Perjal from {expression oa the legality of the }called I Dr. H. A. Ii'wton; of Cleveland O., Denver, Col.. March 23.-Four hun |and wind. i! Dr. Charles Wetxel B Out Hs
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1trJ.tof.. 'a | fire '
. "* then The last and beneficial he 1
good rain
has been ,
oilnlon Who at the Royal Palm with '
dred members of the State militia
meeting and he voiced the i Interest la ( ity Property.
?. caaW f pijopertr' loss. of $ .ooo. several patients for some:' time, will says fell oa October ISth last,. and :
that aa> business transacted at each reached Trinidad to-dar, and distributed
l I. H- I ( leave to-morrow for a week's, tarpon since then all procure has suffered. I Dr. Charles Wetirl yesterday *
:: rOUH PERSONS; ASP TXlATED.'I. a meeting would be Illegal la that bat lading among the various camps in purchased
after which be win .t> north. the_ other, _*-..alf Interest t_
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; one power the Mayor-can call the 'He he Intends' Las Anima county which Governor I
IDa iaaUaK Gas la a_New Tork says that to build a LEGAL PAPERS.The the nmperty at the corner of Avenue y

''I.-' Tenement Honae. Council la special session bet had large sanitarium on We Job at Cocoa- Peabody has declared la a state of' Insurrection D and fourteenth street from Mr.

there been a quorum present at the Bat Grove next to Mr. II:. C; Dearborn following paperswere filed for I Ewan: Peacock. .

New Tor1 }|t"Mani n.-ro r persons teat regular meeting and they seen fit residence la time for next; winter's record la the Clerk's office to-day: Messrs. Wetzel and Peacock have
The Governor ha Instructed Major
t.war killed >by UtamtnaUac kaa la a to announce aa adtoarameat'to' a fixed sea He ls much la love with this Warrantee deed: 8. L Patterson and owned this property Jointly for sometime 'sit

.r eatory' MDIe at hdldiac, oa cuts .... other than the regular meeting climate,, sad thinks that the future Hill la command of the troops, to nee wife to E.: Charles Drouet for $100 aDd and now the Doctor becomes the t '

I Dvreath atreet I to-day; and many oe- i.sight It would have beea legaL of the place la aa assured one of giant each means; aa he may deem proper to considerations, lot 4 of block IU. vole owner. The price paid for th* i

paata of the aelchborlac-fiat were Aa bat three members--sot> enoughfor seas aDd to supply the seeds of those restore J.er. Quit claim deed: George A. WorWy half Interest to not gives out but It to

: more or lee 0\sruomatiro I a quorum--were present last la Ill health, who desire to come here and wife to B. M. Tatnm for $1 and believed to have beea ta the neighborhood -
The coal mnera of the Trinidad District
Two Jeta I .were tened.oa fan ta the I Thursday tight there was BO meeting, for the winters he will erect the sanitarium ... other considerations, lot ti. block lit, of ",000.

apartmeat of Otto OraamaaC a hoatler.He I sad consequently there could have and It and furnish n for aQ have beea oa a strike for several Miami. The tract ta ninety feet on AvenueD

,had threatened several Umea to bees BO adjournment or legal (act ta the demands that may be; made upon months, claiming abuses la the matter Quit claim deed: 8. M. Tatum and aDd seventy-five feet deep and embraces -

'coauatt .aaidda lad It la reported. that tile throe aaaoaarlac a called masloa.Th ..... of weighing coal la dealings at the Ftorla J. Tatum to s. L. Patterson for tile four one-story business (

at a merrymaking ai| his kopee Ia.tJ I F I nastlnsj wa OB* the gentlemen The location oa the beautiful blaseonlooking eaVupaay store sad other matters. ft and other; considerations. lot 4. house thereon. It to well located and t

sight mack wise was draak. Whether had WIt ooMidored. but whoa told etMr. the bay and ocean to a delightful block lit Miami valuable property j and will always b*

of. not the 1M was Ml tamed ;joaj by j;!I Pattern)1* ........ they ;at esessaw one and It should prove. to... .:Trouble to expected, a* the miners Warrantee deed: D. R. Knight'to la good demand fdr busUees purpose, _
.. .mistake or waa tamed oa 'with aatcOaltateat the wisdom of the samq, aM retired a popular resort for Invalids who deatn are desperate aad the militia deter- testes of Mt Morlah Lodge Lemon for $S. lot f. bloc) *, Lake Side Cm. f

to mot.kaowa.. '1 ,, t t' for tile sight to escape the rigors of the ap-eoua* t.J .....r. .. Qty. for $1. lot t*. Knlghtrille. tery. -...aw w

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if I. ::""r= \\T: z j a .Satflhv, J. O 1'11i I .. nrderlvrndRoHiiMm. ,wrsoa L. F. 1 1.1; il' hx one and tlie,, -aru peron.Tlie .

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C.rtir.an. James Smith JuliusGautier I I''r- of the Et uti\e ( mmitlee who 1Lan Block' A\enue 1)MI.MI
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'fI J. r- t'L.T. : .I-'r. u .: A. Hart and ('ha- .
W' ".,1')1 ....J. rawuur ; T. N.Grahftm. orercan.. F. B. .. "-f' f shall ni.ven be i::ri4.ter: than two- \
- l l.erpby associate thera elfej\egetStr ,, .
.JE'.KE S SuUrr. A. E. .. the .
t l' Cs thtnU of the value of prnjorty! FLORIDA r
for the of becondng tnoorpo-
I ... ._ (fnrthsiil! C. H. Shanrhan M. .
-" F.r.i 4....n. t ? ,"< lug Ihra. .I l" rated under chapter 838 of Jh* Actsin' Ilif corporatkn.Ank | Of'1
Kuu /e III. ii. 1)..|, t'.lakas Callatt F.Oautler. !'\(>wrU. John I I.. 9. The amount!In value of
ar wl UUtrteiHkAILKUAU S. IIttcit spark D R. B. R. H. .\. D. 1>'1. uf the Law of florid
asp: i real .eMat lu it* Miui>i Grlfllng.\ A. ),[. Sawielle. J. P. I The following I is the proposed charter If'a.e-I .4
< nOIt"l JlI5R"I.I hold estate mhlih the cori>nratod| \ Wilson's
ami club Novelty
Girtman. W. H. Turnage. J. I. for the intended society :

I J}l, B Browne Kr: ; Cbairmaa.; Hate. J. H. Tatum. '11. B. I Article 1 The name of tie' society : hold, Kubjert always tq the apiiroval -
li H. Burr. Little M vrt.k. I I of the Circuit Judge shill not be a
J. L. II........ J""t..... H I) Shaw. J. C. Gramlmz and club ball be Miami GuT Club. over : I WORKS:
('I er.Orr I the sum of I.5<\(\.
: H k-Co.i of tho Board Hill. L. & 'Fa turn. J. H. with principal office at Miami,'. Da.de | I Ii BOW In! Operatic aa4 fa readu reels

', M. B.flethertngton. Florida. c. (. F. Ronrxsox I ordora
R Jones county ??4 ,

;S : ta'l'. K"1 *L IO>ER. I ; )I. F.Heyver. White. E. U Article 2. 'The general: natar ft the : T M LEOS'ARD For Anything In ,

t f Wall. T. A. .' J. F. ouva I Wood Novelties. :
l. 04a L | I. A. E. object of the corporation society And ;
i H. T. E. A..HART,
Whaler ,
W. W.
MESA: r. PWTHCf.Emb Hall. club shall! be the development and per I Wlatow aDd door screens, wind ] _

.dax .... Dad.Countlea. Hahn. F. W. Worler O. A. I faction of skill on the part of the*dob's CHAS H CtARTRSIDE.k and door frames, store fixtures stair L.

i W. D. Wilson J. t.Woodworth. work inside of all kind. 'e
j Hughes trimming
.t&D4 Br.tk.l I members In the art of wing trap n.oRi' I
H w. I I Homer J. W. J., F. k STATE OF ,
(booting and also the entertaument
: 1I-'QB : :/ \ i Jackson. J. )of., Jr. Xlmanies. C. L. COITJTV DADE: R. S. WILSON aj
{ of clube of similar kind and o( --
&fib. w. 1:1.... r...llord.DADB .1 ". I On this day personally' appeared before : CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
: ties of such clubs In friendly ,
i C. U F. T. M. Leon-
001:1" I of skill In wing and trap ahootla+; and I .
giants! ard. J. F. Olive, E. A. Hart and Chaa.
"" CealttI..qe.-J.J1d Eo lIe'OOP1' Just the nick of Urn our llttli the of j
In also giving prizes to.pg sons
t..mlyaiu ..T-J1T.a; i er 1I..mi. :| H. Garthslde. to me well known as the
rank ed (rlr: 'iI1 Court and RvcAnlci.el Drldf' boy was sated." write Mrs. Kate competing In contests of skin sowing I
_E. V. Dearkera,Coceaaut urore.lakerlffrJeb I persons described In, and who subscribed
I I J Frobuek.! Miami: AVatklns. of Pleasant City O. "Pnea- and trap shooting. _,'2 ,, their names to and executedthe Are You Going to Build ?

3 c.ar .c. T.Ite.-4'Dus.J. II..... C enK. .. nonla had played sad havoc with bin I Article 3. All members of tola-Club: .
I foregoing articles of Incorporation
t ilea_... |and a terrible couth set In besides. hall he gentlemen of at least*lwe.tjr- I
of T.__- H. arkk KIa.1.T'1ftI8..e. I
and for articles of of l If need material of
T as incorporation I 1fyou
H. .ul......... MUCoaatT Doctors treated hint, but he crew one.. year of age. and shall be adakltted so. or building any
thin-rlBirMrai 01 PuMtc 1.- the Miami Gun Club and did severally
I I kind should not fail to
,N !II..o-&.T M.trtu.bores Vista.Lrrd worse every day. At length we tried to membenbp In said Hub by s majority I you see
nt Ce.wt1 C.i.sbMsers--ie o. acknowledge! tbat.tb..y executed the
{ .atiHra feint lle r' 1L&.haltCbalrs........ ,,.,ler. R. E Mrr>onaia. rolled : same for the purposes and uses thereinexpressed. ,
& .... gumption and our darling was saved of this club.Artlcl 7*
J.k.lewet1. KuuBl: L >. H.kker. C *nor. i !.
itwrt ':.(' Dtariwro." CletH and AaOitur uI I I U..'a now sound and .....It" Everybody }' 4. The term for .'hkhthls | J. A. McDonald &S&
tean4 JIliAa In VTltne s Whereof. I have hereuntoset
w IWI'IT TH DICI 41CIBC01T. ; ought to know It'. the only sun dub .Is to exist U twenty-five ,earL i my hind and official' "seal" this

'. ., cure for Couch*. Colds and all Lun Article 5. The name aDd rel r D.-I. .....u..., I seventeenth day of :!March A. D. 1904. ,
aad.tiel r 'taranteed by all druggists .
E"bnClatt I diseases > the Mil>s<'riber* are a* follow;> '
.. L. :!oIlTCHELL.I
) T A.
it' a (Prod*fe 1dt3Rdrta-MIUPrs...u.., AlM-rDfj' -J 1..1'lt."I. U. BTKO. l- I tinyaf.y.: (' DOtl.Mu. "' ....... I 1t.I' Notary PtiMic Notary Public. I Cement Plaster. Hair. Etc
Te t.u t0mo, C.r nt< (-.un to >eh..... rlrt freedw Point Peal.M Tardisi in .A....", Dated 14th rwf.
Mosdad. -'ter t+uctk.t\ll.r;a I'ur. m'irr.: i Charles H GarthMde. rpsldlnf, at i I
?, wo..g1.rma. attr Four > Commission' Exp'ret! January :S.
11..11., /Ii APrLL Miami ." are -Jfe. : .

: DADE COCNTT Cl>CaT. : to condu the tiu'Inc-s of fh* cor-. J! '13 i PO WERS' MEAT MARKET:

,..fB. < rcB.r}.., Mi.ml I TORPEDOES FOR CATS. '1
FS-.. atlas "lVc. T-J T. 11&11" .ns. 1i.n. ; l cirMion: until thuse elttetl at tbi Brit VORKLVG. OVERTIME

print 110''itrr::1'.1.tor.a-rUIs.. :Ii",.mdurln..oLroj..Atrll J. ...rl. Lltllv D....alts. R..... .wade F..... .-.le l < ton| stall* qualir.etl! are: Cti.F.Uiib'lnnon : -- I Flori'da \

...... In J. ;. : Choice lines of Western Meats.
f" .*f, nl -rlr M-radiJ* *m'mf In f vrtahrr< e..Up !. Break t. Tkrlr .M"No. pretildrnt. Chas. H. earths; Eight hour laws are l Ignored by and Pork.
FYI Tyt\
irji : > LLa reran ('..er.a.. i ml, vlce-pre + 'IT.".! D c>ff".I.t.IoIIt"l\'l:
e / aad. treasurer, ArjH fXt--1'. KI'I'a,.New Life Pill*. )tllltoni are foe AYE:: tE 14 '"AMI. FLORIDA. x
R. a. Chebk. tecetv.t.< we have an all-the-year-ronad '
3 w ai-ltokln.s..I IkfI.er. biuiacaa,** vaiii a Park ftae Areworks 1L Lf<),;i>4. tire" EI[iF Ye Cooitnlttee always at work night and day rnr- -'- -.- -

3 'IU'a B DI1t1CTURY.p' J. deaiere'wbse th* remark was'mad 'bat of raid} club.- Ing Indigestion Biliousness, Constipa !

', B.rmR.l.aw:; Av..ueC. ... ...- he was probt! InV-nif: his ha:., s in : The organisation and first annual (Ion. Sick! Headache and all Stomach.Liver FREDK. S. MORSE
Frr. :aun < very KoxUr M wnluj.t I k ,
nM.y sir oui at u ..f'I<*k. 8.p"i .... ideni! LoW 'hat thi I ourh of Jiu > iL.-.tiuc of the members of this club and Bowel troubles Eaay. pleasant -
.lMt iV.. H t p m ftF"m.PI _PTrl. .. < 'HO \irNT.i.i-i
** -
.eli.r "
I n1ctI if ;'t" Aft.... ia. IDulor ; I l \ -hull, be held on the flr+ llmnlar In safe cure Only 23: cents At allLARGEST ;
11" W 1}"TA"'T', ,' :: e r i.' '
tt I. ,.u,, ". ? .. t 3r.. q\f.. t ., Js/ 'Mary. A. O .l:itt.:;, In, the city of 4ru lore I REAL ESTATE
""l'T". Lea Ar -
Irta0Dl r..L t* I
C s" "b t'rett -I'rar..r 'II ettat' Inn.r .. .. i. r ....0 .. 'o i ii: ai' 'd.it.' o .- v ami FUimla at the Seminole! Club, dw i '

lay PI wt'i- il p .ta. _. .d.r.-....ech." I.ic... .1.. !.t'I.."mfi I I r.ai.r- I t f.r. :ire f I. wir, S..".

or fi .hti.ssi7 *.", -s .C. A Hi' w".s'I.It ,r.rfr.: ;.: .,: par if" It w'i
.y # .*" T. .. .. -. t 'U t n "f t l tl. ar.. [ filth f'S up stairs A r..r.r.. (' and 1* th t
X.Efnn1 :. ..aac... ..ni'/"r h-II.... 'i. l 1\';) 'It. '.' h-I -t'. .1 pvt\I' i rfftl" t \ I
Ripe-"Y artt'st' S "'.:...' . Miami. Dade Co. Florida.
al fJ' mw '." Tfa' I." jlieBt I ha.tl. I : .
.f' aaL; P
T f .. 1.sine tfll''d''k, lli11l (, nrt/f I :, ..vi.iiil! of Rf.rrtn ('s' r1j! STOCKFancy

; s i.. 4 .u \I'f'Cto. 1" T-.i.et ,d', et If HiT I"eI. -
.,.... 54 I' ::"''i e1O..k.i..A, II'! ", rroomr.. I
.. a t 'r..d. "AI tufprtua"c'Wt :
I. t act '
IT" .rta..m .. IK\\-i! : UI..\( K>MflllIXO
"r.. ......'dOft! Groceries fRUITS. w | *;
RCR ..r. E. AI""u II and '"'' .. loifAn H.... .-.;..K i j. w i i arriaic Works
,. I 1 ic. s>; >u jt t
aenaY line "rar"I 'i.". ... $-i4 r' :I'!!" "" "-, .,, b :o.: WT reast P'sper 7 J '. W. I *: ....., 'n 11"'r'1 thev .0..1. d Hay Grain Ftfd and.Fertilizers.fRESI1 VEGETABLES Fy-v i H Ar\< I i .vi!. h","'' J"pI\'rtna-' .
:afYep I S Mn'jfci-O,; r! v-. i. I I I III VI II Kraiifirfiiid.O'.IJfTinr" t
i i i"i Bth Ftt.[ at,it I th rd-.ndattr T"'J''a:3'1.! It YouIl'.fn'h..d"; : VV VIA
Little BiT r ii-l ...*..ad .n.1 FDitrh it C',,.Km 1\\" : 1,1\ I r .r ..ar.: rpta r.r.o ,\Murk lna4Ittrrd., }KiMl-CIa- b

,let trwre a' .Jr. > N B. Ft u r.. Bern: o -,,- ;c : ',1.' 'r.w fn: ,.... l.ry Yachting Trade a Specialty

l'aa.anssisa4 _1:1110 area a'.4 A.. sr A .,. i. AVCD.1.10 D. w'O
-U.- I 3hopQQ. .
l' r .
i. "" t
,.' I'
.. I
o' "' n lAt.Y *t II -10! ilsilewt
ir.ra.d rr .run" .
4 ISs .
"'o,,*., -te 'IK: .,1 .; I..' . ... : .,- .s.f,, r.r hi" x19.r .... .
.. .'. .. L. & Co. -
lilt i'sit PS.t'owflKtti > .1 t "." prVcll! h< ty'.I E. Brady
... 1"i.i.
'n. a. n .t 'Hj a ca '<. rycdo wt Lila felloe lor11 -
A \.a U""' 1 'nh an fl.tii..Ia '

Jiei WiTT "niMjjU.BOAIUJ ."rs. .. GROCER; S.Phon.e .
r MAXI OF TRADE. T ir>"> <'i ere mi ie to CTO <1 pee

ir-jr ret'r! Tho ill! fn 'i'f. with I.kerp 244c ,

\ tesSlent I rnttajn M'' Brown. I r"rort.n C .h.v M* a c'oih! <. .A.ve XD and. Twelfth St.

rbwi V... nWoct. T. V. ]Moor ;'iff nr Inrf or a eras. {lInt'ou ire. :. III)

*ee'Bd Vlce-Prm
E. V Black man.Tr.ew bnotjarli at the fji'r They don't min d

>mr. B. B. Tatum. tbo,' ov.fi.Vjored ralstln! but If you iI3iSea Drr

Board ef ..Governor.AP.. M. Bipwn. imp a torpedo out of ya/ir window you A Short Trip Abroad via P. & 0. Steamship Co. ; rhe C ompa9 y.

\. T. V .)(core. J. II:. Luraraus. A. B. Her will be rid of ih" rocallilrgt! of the .

-.... J. a lUtllr: r. W. Hahn, W. W felines for th.y will scamper a block at -I Ii 4a

Pieut, John SeweU.STANDING I, the tiplonloa and you and your BlhI J. C. ABER ETHY, Proprietor D I II

t COVMITTEB8'tAWS I bon will rest la pac" I I'Largest
-Aan*. W. R ; Patt .o4 S. L.ansrra. .: I
1 jamn T.: ",- R. R.; I $25'Nassa} { U :
1'M'Ie0.. A.B1kWot.YBalky.. i : stock of Drugs. Fancy Stationery Toilet

B. If.: Backus. TTr. .
TM 4eam.f. --. to .a.lat,. r Articles Etc., in South Florida. Pipes, Cigars and ;
.:;H hn. F. W.: Roe. C. J.; rrederlckJ. I AND
'r .. r....Tidal Wives -
.1 .. HOTEL Tobaccos.
'HEALTH AND SANrTART-Jckaon. I. Ma n-- 12 1.2 DAYS BOARD at the COLONIAL
.1 ---- Prescription Department in chargeof
J. M. Jr.; rreut W. W.: Ealoe. Oils

+' |r*.: Fkuagasu R. 1; Jtiq. H. at. I From advices received from Papeete I FIRST TRIP. MARCH 21. SECOND TRIP.. MARCH 28. Bkillfnl and careful hand . r
RITERB AND HARBRSOarJulde, Tahiti. It I. learned that the M Island. I

'(' u. H.: ...... Edward C.; Tatum.-I know variously as the Low archipelago Lv Miami Mond. 3OO ._.... Moh 21 Lv Miami. Mond. 3KX p.m. Mch 28
) I
a- i., B.: Bhaaaaaa K.f i and the Tuamotu group are declined to Ar ..*."-.Tu_ O:3Oa.m, Moh 22 Ar Nassau Tu.*. O:3Oa.m. Mch 29 i BISCAYXE BLOCK MIAMI, FLA.
I Lv Naau.Thur. 3:00 Po"- Meh 24 Lv Nassau.Thur 3OOp.m. Meh 31I
'v RAILROAD AND rREiaiTTBrrsdy. be reclaimed by the PactBc ocean aa)i
I Ar Miami Friday. OKX a.m. MCA 25 Ar Miami Friday. 8OO a.m. April ITt
> B. t: Lsfler. C D.; Lumraus, i t San Francisco report Last January --- ,.

41 1 E.; Etwt Was. W.. McDenaht J. A. they were inept by a sudden flood of I >ese tripe will b* personally.conducted by Mr. Frank M. Jolly. Traveling =
who will remain with
Steamship Co.
Passenger Airent of the P. A O.
Cb tkam.
E. T.J '
fHAR.SJ1act were and do everjrthlna1 povlbl, for their comfort and pleasure.l .
J. H: Doucta. L B ; Oautler. T lender ones crumbled Into the laguoni I No trip on this hemlr>her. can equal this for *lKht-* lnK and for U.
.... first class accommodation aboard ship and at the beautiful and de-
C. Li
K; Xhma> and In consequence nearly 6,>**ro( the famous Hotel ColoniaL
E. V: *erv* AOJUC LTVREl-BUrliiTUUi. inhabitant 01 the laisada were dro"nej -- --- --- =-- --- - --- -- -
Mom*. FJ a.: Tatum. J. H.: CrUCiif. A For reservation apply to C. E. Johnson. Ticket Arent. Royal Palm. Miami
a"d i>ropert to the value of 11'kl.1"1.10111 I -- -- -
ti D m| I.K'' iS. Manager M. HAFER. Traffic Agent -
.S ri'BLJC BI-II-DICAS-H'wner. i V ; dctruytd C. 1. MYE > Jackon<.l1la. Fta.E.

11 ire H. C ; ReiUjr, I. B, 8
,.4 'I.. mt-re M. 'rANf'FA'ttIP.ESIt.i I rum the
ell. Ol.n C.; Iced treat crest to sweep over ; HAHN

s Mn.ct T V., <
I' N R.ln. J. R.EDt''ATbO' ire relieved to lure perished, bat tb. F Wheels r

L-Burdh*. W. M : :"it 1* treat that when all the .uiani1! Q a.t t a.3

Hag W W :
nP' u.o, 1. L; B.iaeihy. I. 0 : i''t of fi.!ltlea The reamer Eitel'-\oP\ II riJi:;; Tor I now have In my employ one of the '

Jnll a: IMk A J.DlMIGRATIOSBlaekman.. < tiered mm h Itntft dung the Krlei. I \ Everybody.! -.: -- *'- -
8I111th. better prepared than ever for furnishf
>l pales while she was on her way from

Mmr' I.. I.ST.. Tmtum. J. It. Dom. Tahiti to the Marqnena proup { ; ta.'e. hare jtn-t rrccited a whips In*: plans .nd details for food build. r

W ,... Three of th. TuamcXe Islands wen of its, floe rablpet work etc.I .
'' TERTA'XSIENT"'T..Rhe e* R. meat the tamous
H. R411yJ under water to such an extent thai tb. am now headquarters for turned
.o*... H. C: OartJl clo. C. ; =""" "' i
k. ...n. John.ApYERTISlXOTat. Inhabitants had to climb cocoanut trees .e. -. cork, scroll sawing and all work ua-
1 .'". B. Bl -- for safety. Houses and stores, copra 'ir.rrtbu.n.O, 33CIS1.O Un.c:1: noil'sThe
tally done In a first class pUnini ,
P. B.; BJ1q1.eII. S 1': Btadmaa. and finally the cocoanuts were d. Brest and tb cheapest Mcrcle4 on the market. We / anti
I strayed willie the Ubabltaat .had a e Send me your order for door &III
ETj Hlkertntt at. F. of 'I saddles Kim & .. and do
also a large stock f re*,
+ The MI M ot .-.... nnnjmctr ertaI t close call of death. It U thought thai I carry all kind! lallanJiK .*. n window frame, bnUmaUm 1Mwketl
to'an are M follow: _oet of the ...... U the gravy ti.r. Repairing 'te and be convinced. 3

t! ;/tot.. W. 1L Kolh. A. 1.s I....... .y the .eo.... I Carroll & Dark 12ih :St., Miami Ila1r ;I MIAM1.FLA .,

Brm. wi 1I. 1Uag H.v I
-. a ,ea
.. '.
.... ..
't .. ''' .r.... 0.,; ., ,.., -f: ::; .

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: .JIZ'JIZ'3-: '=' JIZ'3iZ'3Z'JiZ'JiZ'JiI\\r.! A "-noss--FIHLVK DILL 1.baU be elected by theub rrfbeT* and

.2 ::1 CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE. i OFFICIAL l CULL G fOR PRIMARY [ELECTION fates subscription shall be Iud brth '.

Pri i I. lJil h'.r for Sunshine S ....t.'". of Piih'" Periodicals; all -
<| a. C C ZIC A 7 C.1aC.8CA 27C.F(13T:. \tlDdoW '
for Ever
\ pic professions > :1- if .
: "i' < pubiu doe: :]I" : hal t* dissnf -

Ann.._"i cmenu will be Inserted In the Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to' be Held Lay; "".a" I free of K>M ,,, il ;ixiMk leetuns '
OI X JK'ji/if I ITRADAM Dally and weekly l Metropolis' for ten dol-! Washington Cor Chicago News.I '
IA... In either edition for five dollars on "every conceivable .ul.Ject"bf'
i or
10th and June 7th 1904 : County. I j Ou a par at least with the freak bill '
Candidate for County! Commissioners invade "hall riven Public entertalnnits

members 'of the school board will b* :I :,,. introduced in Congress by Senator shah .
| and I I.* ar.M-a .u w ut h hn tic ...7 to
tbes amounts. Hoar early In the _Ion. !
charted one-half ) present
I the prew-nt standard and all theater
No Inserted lllItU paid I Imoney
announcement which appropriates. a billion dollars In ..
for. Notice is hereby given that there 2Ctn day of April, !<* oI. at hcli! time : -halll. supplied with noninfiammas

ATTORNEYS, AT LAW''I I -' -- _cc---=-= _== ''will be a Demo. .ue primary election they will b*
4 Will amette*la all....., mat aad Ft Jwa1Ia4 I j held in the various precinct of Dade The registration books. will not be ,j He Comfort shall provide that eht.lv*
psetsl ,..,Wtl..,.......t.I..d .01'11II as[:t t FOR TAX COLLECTOR. i tiers on public lands I I. a hill Intro iced I j commodity! In "every that human
TIT'*.. w* have> the only eeee Net e coolly, Florida! on May, 10, 1904 and reopened for the secoiid primary elec t way
4suel barks ..T.rl! 'f Dais G.tay. | I hereby announce myself a capdl- on Jude ?, 19"4, for the purpose of tion. I by request by Representative Robert j, ingenuity can devise."

.a Box 97, Miami, Fla. | date for the office of tax collector of : nominating the following officers: All enoD. may register .bo are Baker of BrooVlyn. known as 'boO Public ha-iis shall be established! _

Dade County subject to the action of "Anti-Pee' Baker Ixn-aiue he ba.J 1 a I
i and no charge shall b* }4.
Second citixea whether their
| 1 Representative in Congress they have paid
'I the coming Democratic primary.dw 1 .Iroad official arrested for otl'.rnI : ? made The of "shall
p :T.BEAQaS.| H. D, Congressional District poll taxes or not. but they t'&nnot'ote I Secretary Banking
TIE L him in violation of the Ell.inrII. I
e T. N. GAI I a |iass ;
I OIBe* wits Red Cw* ...ey.j | I 1 Justice of the Supreme Court; for the unlaas their poll taxes which may be i[ law. Tliis bill of Maker' provide foi j j i accept the agsets! and assume the liai -

j Knldeare l''h Ctree r.! full term of six J-.. I ''f"pIl"4110 artp .d a* rrurldod! by 'f I'llili" of all! !private banking corporations _
| FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. a compl) te reorganization of the eovI shall
I contrive C: :: Justices of the Supreme Court law:" which appCwvicta! .
i I hereby respectfully: announce Imy- I I eminent of the t'nited State. the < re- I' .
hall he other .
MIA ML FLORIDA 1 Governor JPOLL OR f.PITATION= TAX. paid a* are public worker
candidate for tbe office of | ation of forty-five cabinet offiters'ea.-h
; self BJ a ( ..
i only shall be made
I 1 Secretary of State Payment of I ..II taxes for l9u2: and i : Projcitb
of the Seventh Ju- I of whom shall Slate
State's Attorney ; one represent. a I against the unfriendly arts of

D$ J. X. Ii.. j didal Circuit, eubj. ..! to the vote -at j I Attorney General. 13011* a preroitilHte I to voting at all i: aid! preside over one of the fortyGvedircrest nations but an army and navy foreign shall
j Comi-troller. iI election this j ear. .
top enioiraUc primary. |11 .departments of the govern.meet .
J1CfON' ': I! created for public dt'fenee and the ,
CECIL G. BUTT. 1 Treasurer. EXK.Ul'TIO.NS l...l for detail the billArnoll1J' 1
HOTaL : /ova. D i dw I ; prori< n by "dL r-reet une" of. destructive! material
1 SuperiuteudftDt of. Public IDJitruci T6. follow f' coiulii'onfe' tj.enll't i other depart/ menu i.. one on
i intrusted to their care. The Secretary,
MIAMI. FLOIU1U.j | tion. lI&nCJIIe'rom tie i>a\ meet of capitation I
FOR COUNTY SCHOOL St'PERINTENDE'T. i pulilic Yoalt'n..yf and tile Chicago" I lor the Treasury *hail!l "i\\lay all the
:] 1 Cummiseioner of Agriculture. or poll tn': I '
deep waterwafrom Lake :Michigan to { s
debts of the I'nlted Sates and settle
A .....,.. j G..W.II.Itt.a.: I i I hereby snnoune myself a nGk1&t. 1 Railroad Commissioner.! First Any u: e v. !110'' ha- lost a limb the
I MUsisippl. i* set- down sec one of ,
all Maims without luicaron or delay.
of Public Instruction {
for Superintendent I
AJJutant-Gcnerat. in haRL'aSecondAny i
PSNNEY A j of "nunt,, subject. to th. will of ,j !, the thln, ! vVers i 1 State Chemist I one who wan ,; years '
f the as may be expressed at the department must carry out. tie and municipalities wltrt fund
ATTO""ET*AT LAW. approaching Democ-Ule prim ry election. 1 Judge of the' Circuit i Court Seventh of age on or be ore D-x-i mbr SI, 19/ 1. of the bill '
Will pnctlc I. !It..... Fe4.nl.sad .all athtiCoaru. | By the provisions everyman I equal to the rain of their tttjabU and .
B. E. F..A U. Judicial Circuit. Third-Any of
all | one becoming age (21
Sindi att..t".w arse. lo j l In the totted States Is practicallyi for the establishment"
public property
kaI bauaen : dw Miami, Fla. 1 State Attorney Seventh udie4alCircuit year old) on or after January 1, l:;"i>3. i| I
.' guaranteed Government employment.Tl.e '
rt. Miarij Florida. I i o. public! industries to combat hit
]1 KeortL-Any one .. bo bad become {
I ,, hours of labor are limited to foul tracts The Secretary of Public Waterways
FOR CLERK: CIRCUIT COURT. 1 ProBeeuting Attorney. rccldent of this State, and i
county nor
W B RUSH j each day. and the pay shall be H a shall channel. harborfor
DR I hereby announce myself a* a eandl- provide a
1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial after January 1, 19 date for the offlc* of Clerk: of the Circuit d.y. I' rtbermol't' each employee shallcave every city! oo the seacoast and shall

y Offie -lit: n street, 'Phone Avenue*I.' Court of Dado County subject t* District U properly rell' t"rt'd. any of the I! ) ': leave of absence! on full pay construct canal! between almost ever;| 'e-

.RNld"of'.luth Street and the action of the Democratic prinvur- 1 Member of the House of Represen- above can vote at all elections, State for after three
1'i' tope no K. E. L. WHITE. o e day working days river and lake in the country, practically
dw I stives. and county, held this year, withoutpaying
: MIAIII, FLJ. fur one week after working threeI
.. all 4ft feet deep from end to end. 's
I I January 9. U04.I 1 County Judge. any poll or capitation! tax. I
week and for one yearafter working Tacoma Wa h., la especially favored -
r. w. BACKUS, 1 Sheriff. >> PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. "
| three in addition! to all Sunday
hereby announce myself a candidatefur years with a fresh m-iter harbor85 feet
n '. rr.Flans 1 Clerk,of the Circuit Court. PPTSODS under the following condltion i
the offle* of Clerk .of the Circuit | and other holidays and all secretaries deep although no miracle ls.Bggeted

8pMiflc$tions and Details Made Court for Dad Coun/y, subject to in* 1 County Assessor of Taxes. will be liable for on a poll taxonly are enjoined to observe faithfully tbe for filling It with fresh water. "Dotiate" >> '?J

for Buildings of AM: Kinds, Fine approaching Democratic primary .lction. 1 Tax Collector. for 1902 or 1903, as the ) may : observance of national L
holidays. Anything -
Specialty.OrricE. Rock near "Hell Is to be bkArn
Residences a case
1 County Superintendent of Public In be;. |
r A TUrf: D. dw Z. T. MERRITT., I the Government want It can up. Single-span arch bridge are. to -"" 2
1345. Any who
struction. one became 55: years old
take condemnation man'sprivate
by even a
Buma Vista. Ma. be constructed over all public water f
1 Surveyor. daring 1902 will be required to pay $1 I
L Z. CJW'D.j. business. Any secretary ran and they shall not be less than 100 feet
DL I County Treasurer. for ecount of poll tax for that|
the year. draw tbe for amountto tAll
I take this method te Inrom voters > on treasury any above high water mark. _

DENTIST.Qsteeta of Dad Cwaly that I wll to rot .aa- 1 .5, County Commissioners. Any one who may become of age (21 meet the debts contracted by his secretaries are to draw 18,000 a

dldat for rtctkHi t* the *mc. of Clerk :I Member. of the| County Board of year* old) at any time during 1902 department and the Secretary of'the
sa.th.a.t eI
Wsta..uldtns terser year salary. The chief clerk and thevast .
A..a.D asd lih",-' of the Circuit Court sublet to tile action Public Instruction. win be required to pay |1 for poll tax Treasury I I. to Me to It that there I* .t
of the Dmnoeratle prtmart Mar IEprotWdng I army or the grand army of is.
f KlAn TLOIBDA. 1 Justice of the Peace in and for Districts for the year 1903 | d
I to the bill.
O duUM always enough "
If stoctod. U perform >* money pay bor. a* the bill denominate the employee
of tile offlc, la UM futwr*. *. m the Not 1. 2J J. 4, 5, C, 7. .. t. I':Airy one becoming a resident of this ''! ANwt the only people who would
of the government than receive .t :;
Home Seekers pest t* tile Mat *f aJ' abtnty. I will 10 11. 12 and It State and county during 1902 will be'j i work under the provisions of the bill "
M a dav. Tb* blll shall take -
Attention. to with grateful tAe r vote to those who will favor M 1 Constable In and for District Nan liable for the poll tax for 1903. i 1!, are the secretaries, and they shall resign when passed and approved. C Seffect

Yo wiU find it to your interest ; dw E. C. DEARBORN. 1, 2. 3, 4. 5, 6, 7. 8. 9. 10, 11. U WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX ,1' their Job if ".DY considerable

before investing. and IX AD male Inhabitants who are %11 I'! This bill which ha gone to the ;
to call on me I FOR SHERIFF. { number of patron or employee of

Furnished house 'and rOOms toft1It. S Presidential Elector year of age and were under S3: yean i' their respective departments shall de- : House Committee on Interstate and

.! Real bargains in real estate I ITo 4 Delegate at Large to National Con ,of ale December 31j 19<11. i I jmand their removal from office." I'I'AI foreign Commerce Is one, of the best

city .11d country. laauranFe,.tau.. the Democrat voters of Dad O ..- >
: .ta
vention. one becoming a resident of this .f-
collections, etc. attented to. I Ty. Florida: I! i hove stated, forty-five depart of Its kind on record and a* a "freak"of v. ..-:

hare a special license autboriiing I torbr announce _rtf a candidate I 2 District Delegate Sate and county prior! to January 1. i menu are created for the secretaries} the most pronounced type should '

met prepare all kind legal tran- for n-rtectkm to the .me. of Sheriff e< I 13 Member at Large of State Commit 1902, will be required to pay poll tax and the lint Include public labor landL 1 *r.
have an everlasting place In the fegU-
fen >f real estate Low fees. Dad County. Florid, subject 't* tbs tee. for 1902 and 1903. communication educajtloo. 1 \
) : will of tile majority *f th* DMBoeratl t lathe annals of Coog1"ka.I .
Prow*it attention. 1 County Member of State Committee. ? If they become a resident after Jan- election 10"uraDI't'll"orb., bulld- *
Public. erratic primary te to bald Mar U. 0M. I Member National\ Committee. nary 1. 1902, and before January 1. '' tags, farms, fisheries mines'manufacj I I II I a-

M* A i. n. cut tcvm at..e11 dw : JOHN FROHOCK. 1 Supervisor of Registration. 1J O, they ylll be required > pay poll j, ...... merchandise! forests, fluids, I

t Member of Dad County Democratic tax for 1903 only. ,j CAICCER IS'SPREADIMO.la.pld .
force road
--:-- I l method, m..sllnotl. seltence. :
b1esedate asia Executive Committee la and .for Any one reaching their majority (21 j
I hereby announcemyself candidate Invention surveying printing,
..-- .. ylM-. of the. .
( OyrlcU*; for Sheriff! of Dade county Precincu No J. 2. 3, 4. S. *,7, 8. yean) on or after January 1. I)()!. ..\III i periodicals. documents, statistic, ree- Dread blesses I. r.wlr:. ...

*, ( U. 1*. I'. and 14. be subject to payment of poll tax for !
VV.CMAYNARD.UTC. Florida at the next; Democratic primary jio t.rd' fairs, libraries, lecture, amuse- Matrt... r.

T% .D. Vest M Po.t-Utlee. and ask for ,the votes of my The I rule governing said. primaries 1903. I i menu comfort. hellhv hotels, bath .

''! i IS5 Fitted: fellow Democrat sod those who will shall be. the same a* those adopted by In all cases of exemption of a voter laundries, warehouses, banking, penltentlaries. for The Ireland report of the registrar and geacrat
r Hi the prr.I IK". gar
j itches, Clocks JtTelery,
primary. I promise If-elected to faith their meeting held at Jacksonvilleon secure of the supervisor of registrationa and waterways. E-'h secretary baa been a \ increase of the ,

I fully perform the many duties of thll January 22. 1904, for governing certificate netting forth tbe fact that 1 shall provide labor for all applicants rare in 11, lOt 1..ontry.' The ..mlwr..t ?

!). L. MCDONALD responsible. office. I! State primaries, so far a* the same will such voter I I. exempt. If the certificate la his particular department. The secretary .deaths in I rn..ri.] : u 1-T1 fr....i that r

Orli Eitlaeer J. )(. WILLIAMS be applicable to the county prtmarie exempt tbe voter from payment of of public transportation! shall 'au.e was : Z per lOu.Oi of the pu(..-

assessment be paid by the poll taxes for both kliuu; g 1"!sl. .6 per too.WII.ad
Th to.
Palm Beach Fla, year (19< and ; fix railroad rates not to exceed one .
M aM sb pvidl.g La" i e p.c.atty during IStol.\ *i fur tie am, approximate <
GROVE. FLA. varioa candidate shall be a* follow: 1903), If properly registered, he can |f mill per mile and he shall "unqueetionably ffgurrm. In England aad Wales

co oANUT ....... ....... fit 00 thea rote
FOR COCNTT TRKACCKER. Representative upon presenting to the In- secure the safety of life and the' death rate btrintra 1971 and 1WM\ tq

To the Democratic Voter* at Dad Coun Senator ............ .......... WOO specter such certificate of exemption. :property committed to the care of:his rope fr.un 4! to 93 per 1UO.OOO aad I* "

j. A. DANK.a t,. Florida Sheriff ..J+..... .............. :. 35W If the voter I* subject to only one department." Scotland fn.in 44 to hrt. ,
.It eaudlilst
I ant. a
for hereby r-.lrtoa to the owes ot Tnuisi Clerk of the Circuit Court...... SO 00 poll tax. either for 1902: or 1903, the'lain. : The Secretary of Communlcalionshall The returns from lUvaria.NorwaT. Holland. }

an.M. hrrsrl1afnltt of Do County Florida subject to tile Tax Assessor ............ ...... 2000 rule will apply as to! securing i exceed : \uftria. and PrqsM Mull e
.. 'I'J. fix telephone rates not to distinct increase in the death, r.t. for
.. parr ttaa will of a majority of the DmoorUe Tax Collector .......... .....t. 25 00 'a certificate of exemption ft>r the two the ten in .
la the n-- $1 for three month and I telegrams yeses ending tSOO. The re
...........1.. tttata voters, a* win to axtrnnl. County: Treasurer ............. 20 00 shall cost than 10 cent turnn. from the I'niied Siatea tell tl. t
ws, 1JM.C. not more
erratic p<
y4'afaPAYiEti flu
It_...... r ru primary ... AA \ --- .. ._ .._._........__ _
H.-- RAUI.ERSON-- -- ---'- Counq Judas ................. vv T OF I'O .AArI. ) words, where the distance I* lens sameatorJ. D Ut th p"' .. 1. tlat

dw Miami. Fla. County Attorney .... ... ... .. .. 10 00 la order to be qualifier to vote at the than 14.000 miles, and the postage country (go*** up much: more 'Wowty $
ARE YOU GOING a London) rID not
says paper
Superintendent of Public Instruction primary election on Ma I rate shall not be more than one cent c'
Ireland the
North West ? A. II:. BET8KB.CaiMlklst. .... .. ... ........ 5 00 7. 1>>04. poll taxes for 19D2 and 1903 lounty Kerry.vffers
or for, an ounce. The secretary of Education the least, the drailia being Ie.. thaV
..... .. .. ( 00 must be paid before '
Commissioner on rI
dw County l dc" County or B o'clock P. shall provide free schools and the 30 per Iwi.fKM. The west" of Irelandrener

;. THELonls1ille Supervisor of Registration... S 00 )(. Friday April 29. 1904 (ten day before course of study shall occupy. only three *!!}. fnm !Slign 1 to Limerick to tow

Member of County School B'rd. 1 00 the first primary election). east .tm.... h.fway: across the. inUril,
hours a day and corporal punishment
Justices of the Peace........ .1 00 i Elections romrvnext. Th.tril'of..tr1 fr>utLondonderry
teacher I I.
The many friend aDd supporter of by prohibited. ) to Dublin! a er' $ fr na
Constable ....... ... ..... ...... 100 NOTICE OF REGISTRATION.Notice ji .
as Railroad the present member of the Board of shall be kept by voting machines and 70 to W per lOO.ftui.. The l'arlowLough.s

Oftrrs' nezeelled passenger service.S County Commissioner* for Dade All candidate are required to pay I* hereby given that the Registration .; a record kept of all person who fall all diatr rt .ri..oa! 16O per Il1ft. I.... ..
the above fee to 8. L. Patterson Treasurer Book .1._ also the district .ll."
Modern u train e.rryisg I Pullman county have prevailed upon them to of Dade County, for to vote at- nations elections. There Cruwtnaglen.(
of I(the Committee and also to the primary election/ to be held the extreme. uitihwea4. :Xo es.pIsB.4-
sleepers, nn-to-daU eoache*. freere- stand for re-election, and hereby present May 10. |: shall be no rents and public farms
ion be fmiad for the
eiinlaf cbalr aad dining (ear their follow F. C. furnish such candidate' name to the 1904. will be opened in the several \ shall be. established and malntaneo! physic
= can name, a* : tore. on the geography. .&'''Pt, p>.. {. -
=ci. between northern and southern elUe Alcher George W. Lalnbart. R. R Committee! on or before April 10. 1901.Tb. election district of Dade county Flor- everywhere and' the secretary. shall the damp climate aad tile ","of.! ..".;,

The Ages dialng Car service in the McDonald John Sewell aDd U -.... Committee reserve the right to ida. on the 29th day of March. A. D. i market the product: public store :qf'1..1. TTie rr.i Iijtrar; poims TH. .}

Rooth. Belcher to the voter at the Democratic Increase the above assessment at Its 1904. and will be closed on thJ Cth shall be run and all goods sold without certain facts wbfrh hat bees aUbw11! ne'

.AH Ace- Sell Through Tickets iris I I primary of May 10, 104. meeting on April 10. 1904. It It be day of April A. D. 1904. j "rent. Interest or speculative profits." tisteii by the Infi>rn *tk>* he has cot-' <

found at aid meetlrig th.tb.. assessment The i ieil dw following person are hereby : Gas and filtered water shall be furl -

L'&N.; above will not be sufficient to appointed I."... f>*lir.tlonfwa! l j nl hed and water coolers provided for unwholesome Tanker la spread food ;in or dwel'itigs generated wfcirlt by/ a

T For raW..rbedales, and sleeping car i', FOR TAX ASSESSOR. meet the expense of carrying on the !.t t the Ye.1! f..I lab district, to- j; the benefit of the public all over the are genrrallv in sn un.an.. ry c..B I1.

Terv tions .Ppll tot primaries. I wit: I'nlted States where people-get thirst. ..'..n W..und..nd injurit-! nn ."..-*-. -,4

J. ',M. Fleming. I hereby- announce .auystlf as a Th polling place In- each precinct' Number One Stuart-W. O. Park Light heat and power plants must be e. provocative; ", the .j i .ea..., s} 1. "' f-'

1I'a_, Aseat.Jaekmnll. CANDIDATE FXIRJAX ASSESSOR of where the primarie are to be' held Number Two Jupiter-R. E. L, Me- j l,located beneath the surface of the irr.' tti..o of tkj !lips 'if, excel ,e, j jfmtikt .,
rle, Oar. W.a R.y art et I 'if. tint ,''t-' rr (fer-ra'f* .
.r and the name of tbe Inspector and Farland. .
a. j Dade County subject to the action of i I earth where pr.-tloable. to.... i f< nMitur.r! .t : i'wa: .. ti''re -
clerk who are to conduct such primaries Nasnbei1
1 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE the Democratic primary.d Three West Palm nnt'Ji-1 j The Bureau of Public Methods shall neinl'er .i.f if :oily hs been ,ffeet. '

I C. L. CIMANlES. will be named by the Executive E. H. Dimick. !1 observe and make suggestions nece: I ,\ cancer, ihert *ften suffer -i'

Committee at their next meeting to be Number Four Hypoluxo ..ilL.-.r.-, -u''...,iv nttxiiDetine* eta .
Boynton) ,[ sary to correct abuses in the public ..
I held on April 10. 1904. Cnllen Pence. j I ..I.. -:'tt--'\ Ito "y and Uiloey., I*..."...
service but shall be "utterly .
powerless .t.
The people of DeSoto couatr: have many. .*. isle dltary.sadalaotTtHtu .
4 heard Number Five Delray-H. J. Sterling I to enforce the adoption of Its suggestions eat.at ur.-'ices. ,
both of the candidate for Coagre -
Chairman Dad Executive
'. County : Number Six Pompa.no ;" all citizens and public '-.t uas b*.D ruuiiaettd through the '.:::
j ** from this district and they are ,
Committee. Number Seven Fort Landerdal*-W.M. agent shall have the same right. The Kp by using the pipe of sufferer*.
'Tec Manse convinced: that the First district win 'r.
Attest: More *
Marshall. than one can has been observed :
OcaionaCorrnwMTnAe metric system shall be ubstltuted { '
j. continue to be ably represented no dw t IB different' !vr;
8. L. Patterson, Secretary ) occur ** living in
Eight Ojur-J. W. ITM.
I' "within the limit of the republic on .
A-..sus erse matter which one of the aspirant arc the tarn house. or amoag Ik*** wh.
J::;;.. ... -
__ Number
... Nine, Lemon CtJ'-Warna the same day if possible to void
....sins elected DeSoto County New go from on* occupation to another, sfc >{
; 1;C".tir..r: :; :ram QUALIFICATION OP; VOTERS.Flrt : MltcheU. I Y
worn friction.The: Secretary of Pulblc I -
-. .... .. s.embbejusidedfaeoociedinttbst
--"...._-teats..twat t_..."-k w r...1100.. ...... IT NEVER DISAPPOINTS. :I I'r\mar1-Tueada. May 19 Number Ten. Miami-C D. Leffler. Science shall "Investigate the past, tile dfs**** i*. to ..... &Me'". comait...

lmerkaL F. J. William proprietor of th 1904. Number Eleven Cocoanut Qrovs prevent and future la everything aDd gioua and in/rctwua,'"
$ Hamilton Company Hamilton Second Primary-Tweaday. JWM 7. .A. T. Carter. upon every line of human thought and My English dorVnr are now eon w
,.,..s.e..Ne eser..M .My. 1Mser : Drug 1904. vincd that tbs eating ef pig'. flash ladi.
._.. 4... ..t C .n/.eM..'w.'tm.aruL K b sot seae.drs s.err., la, says Chamberlain' Colic, Chotan Number Twelve Cutler-D.C-Brown. activity to the end that the domain of .*..*.' forma I. wUy responsible

'1UNi' (Co s6t..r,.N J9rlFF'oIe and Diarrhoea Remedy U practical!)I General Election-Tuesday. November er Number Thirteen Silver Palm-C human knowledge shall be enlarged for the increase of UM dirr**, polfMUg ,

4 the only remedy h* sell for cramp, .. 1904. W. BDL a* far and a* fan a* poadble. All out that It .* moM eonnu_ng the .

diarrhoea and colic, for the plain reason i The registration hook for the primary Number Fourteen Deerfleld-O. W. land hall be remrveyed. the poor whoa. chief seat I* that ef pig. )r

's Kidney CareDY8PEPTICIDE election will be In each hID.... which .. al.o the ease IaIr.l.* _lin.
that It sever disappoint For sale : prad house *o constructed so tha the "sun-

tuba kid n r t",4dtr rfIrftt. by Red Cross Pharmacy and all medicine ''election district Is this county on nil March U. 1M4. shin shall enter every window and the iHins*. 1* estrecselj rue anoafLbJw 1

-- dealer March 29.1904, sad will h. kept op** A. T. CARTER thus do away with the moss on the -

.j j.-- Try day. Sundays excepted, ntfl JaperrUor l Registration, Dale eo.. Fla. north side of nw house" Editor -1
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THE DAILY is no doubt m* to the kmecess of the R10US YACHT LOUIS
L i Magaficeot deep draught steamships' -
f heme Futures opened easy.

! MIAMI Let e cry one who really wishes to I January . ...... .. How Uncle Sam' Ship Will be Paired of the Merchants' and Miners' Transportation I Take The Most Beautiful Trip U the'

METROPOLIS} ,., s. .. Miami continue to grow: and p Fdruan'' . . . . : HereafterWashington. Co., between Savannah. Baltimore i World. i"

t roseMarch . . . . .. 1) lu.kpnl. and
.. Y.Nl.b.d eft" d.r.sent Suada7.- ,ier begin to interest himself in . . . ... 133t March S3.-Official announcement I Phlladelihla. direct. Only : A ramble through the enchanted FlorIda

}r L L IUt"- ( (4IWI. lommg. meeting liy arranging to bi < Iay . ,.. ..133. :1 baa been made at the navy two days .t.. .. Also dally sailings Archl pelldo. .

IlL (. IItnUNil \ i"resent himself and by encouraginiother !. June: . . .. ''u' 13 V I I from Norfolk to Boston and Providence Through tranquil waters ot *
Ir .- to t be there Talk it up on ever July. . . . .. 13H! department by Rear Admiral HenryI ., Rates cheaper than raiL For 1 everyhue.
M. t. ilaROrGrBtf.Lr..a, Mrr. u. JHOI and) help to male It a Teal .1u"u-t; .. . . . .. :. I':: 7)'k I Taylor chief of the bureau of nmrl I I further information, choice stateroom' ireservation
._.... I* -k. tUttm, ...' KUail.'Ian'I 1, StI'kml. . ... .. .11 : ,1.Uon. of a number of Important Put picturesque keys with a glimpse:
.. ,m..ral'le event in the induxlriah | .ce.. call H. C. ,
.._ IT Avery
.s.d. "' '''' : of historical
Ot" rr.: ...... . t1 3t.: changes in personnel and In ships on I Cape Florida
, I T ik..n.rr- -..w.p )..i 1""t..I0... 0.a. Mr' > of Miami ., \orenttc: . . .. ..: _. J.t :: ;, the European Carilibean, South Atlantic | Coral Agt. I os W. Bay St. Jacksonville ; Leaving at 9 a m.

i i .. Jkwu J.uu of tau U ,V4"l t*. .the --c -- (Ik.rrnLc: . . . .. 0..." I his 16S 1 Stopping[ at Soldier Key Fishing dab {
., and Asiatic stations
-.."'1w.n.ter, "r"lu'' INK.sTK.VTr.: ; FIXHJIDV WATERS .

i, u.. r.er 4ue.i n... I"n..1. l Plates' Geological Sure -. ---I !' The European squadron. hereafter I FOR STATE -SENATOR. at 10;30 a m.

.w.ut.."..1..au.K....'.'""wy,<.....'. ''''' ...r.\rtL \ \ throi-li) its division of hydro POLITICAL CHAT. I w ,11 1! comprise the ''protected cruisers I I hereby announce mTM'!! as a 'andlworld'Three hours of angling on the .,

I i eta.t.4' ten .Ii .. t41ny..a arcs.- iris S_. e unoml< s. lias oromeneed ao Investlii'ni I I '!'oi' mi>ia Iflacuhip). Baltimore. Cleveu date for State Senator iron the TbJrB.1t greatest fishing ground.

+i 0"eaf", .ala.t 'c' ., Into the rhararter or th. watersi The Lakrland News says there 1 e :a ', ,<*. .cd Des Moine Later the squad- ; teenth Senatorial DUtr.it of Florida through the submarine garden
Ttitt Ota *!_:Mi'CM tl.!..<". :I Z- >f the su:* of (.",orla and Florida .strung element in our State who would I.rim \\ I !I.c ,Mitmienteif h" the new pro- ) ,It hjK..t to the win of the Democratic viewing growths their 'aacinatlng flower-like .

s efc.kf corner _- .1 iILe : sill include thwart"r. P i "t..l cruiser Den\er; This squadron ,party to be expreesM
The nieica1 the
the old system of primary A famous fish dinner .
like to return to on Soldier Kef. +
toimi; Prktiaj! Comply.Advertising (.r .ill:il ;, or those comiti frog: 1"" Hi1!!! return European waters sometime bed tour sunset arriving
candidate Toe I
'li a1irmt..*. and thenrfa'* nominating Tl betrn. April II: and May 1, acotn'iaqled J F. M. ilrDSO r,
a rates made known! oappli it the Royal Palm at C:SO p.m.
.tn,ri. "a.'f'. or th"H.> htih flow in tIle life there are, neighbor. ;i old bx the battlf'1'hlp.dl1.loo' : T'btals. Fin See Kellam.I .
tLl.I'UOXE. RI-111. r.v..f,. nngnter and political bow I Ike lofthe North Atlantic fleet The ships II

of Georgia! waters InJ'pn.lal EIDi t i twill visit Lisbon Ville Tranche, and I
OFYIC 1TRIII''I.I.llll.l'I, Tliip; character !: 'to return to the old plan (
I Trieste and time will be
i K coui.aratvely unknown A ( some spent
4Jvk,lId IJ1; Iwelflh :Mrrrt, : o re the !king been.-Florid* te.
c 4 O| pl.I ie ('"..r: II, use.tt11trA1iAT1VE fc.. ,ni.t)eii haven made for spe-., I" I lilt each port, In order that the men
I' I
es. : DO
cal but until recently litt.t; mar have shore les\e
y i (iiirixmeii
evidentlyopineda )
# lWSTANctS.rr illlam: Heart has a
or'n9< attempt has been made to make l On the completion of the annual re>*.
-- I riusi rm;;> ".barrelIn Florida and hM lent
Port From Kej a careful survey of the general water aid target; pro!' \'.t' -01,' in rroeres* off JEWELRY STORE
T. IT..,. ) lI'eaIi : Hon. John Temple Grave down to
I.'i supply of the State Pensacnla Rear Admiral French E.
: x i Mile I !!.. I IHMa Idler I ilb-D It out But the strangest dins reL
i wilt Chadwtck romm.nd.r-In.'hlt't of theSouth
I Thp value of the invet>tigatlon
L7 ,4 ...... h "tie IdWs I. of all that while curving and busing I 314-12 Street.
....... .. -..... lit I I !e ri. of connte, lie In its applicability in re- their |I Atlantic station, will proceed tr
*>..................I 167'I' 101 ins i capitalist, whenever one of "bar 'the South Atlantic station In commandof
'.Csta... > tot '1 | sie<"t to toe various water problem "
leet'aro I ,..1. are to be opened, the Stockton .
Cars b.ru-.. '; ..,.. I nu fit ill which obtain in that part of the country these wanthps: Brooklyn (flagship 4'
a...* ... 1m i"and Barn aggregation ar* always In --- -
..I..:... r setttae I 1M 11IICIe Of first Importance is the water ,and the gunboat CaMlne Marietta anti
... (riac. : at the op4nlnc.-J..per News. ,
.... 8.. .._ )..j en 4s.. M3MI apply of municipalities, while only I e and Mach ...

taa 1aaC..M..., ...< 11110 I.. second to this Is consideration of the Are yon qualified to rot? U To the Caribbean station will go this W F. MILLER t. CO.,
.pfw..as sot
1..1..1........ ....-. character of water for use In manuiaotaring then qualify at once squadron. In command of Rear Admiral

t I I C. D. Stgsbee- Newark (fiagshp). .r 'MARCH 22. 1904. and In boilers I All election. are Important I

It Is, therefore an Investigation I It I It every man'a duty to himself protected cruisers Atlanta, Montgomery Undertakers and Embalmers

NO >STATE LAW VIOLA TEL. which will be of Interest to the manu and to his family to vote. ? and Detroit the gunboats Ban- ,

torturing, circles of Georgia and To Tote convictions.. I croft and Nashville, and a number of 413---12th Street Phone 25 f

Tb( Record' saysthat the County Florida and of great value to railroadsand To Tote his judgment i smaller vessels Ths notable ncrease ,

.Comollsdoners cannot .. a body municipalities. he 4 In the Caribbean squadron Is for the .
To vote aa pleases J ____2 -
i. make] a contract with one of their The work Is under the general supervision This done. good honest. reliable purpose of protecting the Interests of ---- -- -- ---- -- -

amber to furnish county supplies and of )Ir. M. O. Leighton, chief of competent men who will give tb*' office the United States on tbe Isthmus, la L

adds that this Is well settled by law the Division of Hydro Economics, their careful attt'llUoa..n i be consequence<< of tbe beginning of the Hotel Biscayne

older than the Constitution Itself while the field work Is being carriedon elected. |l Panama canal -

i! Well there are better lawyers than by )lr. Titus Clke. Assistant Chemist -: Therefore vote: and to vote you On tbe Adatle station no marked from'Xoveinberl

the Metropolis' believes tbe Record to Geological Survey. mutt be qualified.. Remember that to ,changes are contemplated but the San Open to May teL S. GRAHAM, Proprietor

{ be. who beHeve that there was no law -o--- be aure you can vote you mart see i .Francisco on her arrival at ShanghaiI
Senator Tallaferro is III again Let I will be attached to the cruiser sqnad- Corner Avenue D and Twelfth
IB this State against there things up to and know that your name U oa the J Streets
us hope his recovery will be speedy ; ron of the Asiatic fleet which shortly
last year. The fact that such a law registration took In the dstriet| In

? ras enacted by I the Florida Legislaturelast .f and perfect- ..jft which you live This done Me what I afterwards will be again reduced to MIAMI FLORIDA

last w&ild certainly indicate that --- your poll taxes are paid for 1901 !and .;four, ships by the detachment of the i .
Judge Parker seems to have a protected :
was mch law the statute 199.3. ; cruiser Albany. The Albany _
t here no a on I -----
head At any rate he I* laying lowland i, ..1 I-- :
"" 1 Is under orders to return home for repaint I
1 oaks kip to that tlme This being letting others blow his own horn.. This done go to the poll m, Kay I .

I rue, the Dad. top-*y Commissioners !' Too much gas baa often downed an +-ln. and vote aa you please: vote your and will be docked at Bremer- THE PALM
i re guilty of no violation of the State otherwise honest convictions In' spite of 'the ton Washington. I HOTEL.... .
11*. for 'slue the enactment of thatlaw j e man.o I bossee-In spite of the devil and. an The Gloucester has been ,selected for I : CORNER
I *- station ship at Cnlebra and the Am- AVEKl'E B '
aaade such contracts his angels.-Jasper News I
they have no The political edition of the Jacksonville : I AM Urn isTREET'
I .' I I, ph I trite and Vixen for station ships at I II
e 1 The !firms with, which the trading Metropolis Saturday was a IIpl..ndid -
} The wild guessing game now"+ oa by ,Cnantvamo. The Dixie will remain i
done complained ot made little er effort and by far the best paper ofthe j | GUS A. MULLER. Proprietor
the opponents of Congressman R4W.Davie ;: with tbe Caribbean squadron for use
money oa the\ goods sold for tbe kind ever Issued In the State. It la- i
t for the gubernatorial chair[almost -:'I as a transport of marines- ; I Tate lUG per day and up.. Special! per week and to Com-
5 oft .county) and ,they would be good to preserve for future reference. | awrcial m.n. Large Sample' Koom,
scared some level headed j 1Jedoerats On her return from the Asiatic station -
tb m gUyt toj return every dollar I
The report that the railroad whither she Is how conveying the P. o. Bwi iT '
x .
paid thin in exchange! for the good New' Smyrna has started a fund lot ; HIAMI. FLA.MoREE .
e :0 a town hall Keep the ball rolling. '!people knew their man--meanltg Col.I first torpedo boat flotilla, the cruuvir r
for whL'h It wu\ paid|i.e they could ,
{ Metropolis want to I I Davia_end propoiied to let the ajuhe- Buffalo will be attached to the Atlantic --
ese every
for profits> to others I
+[,_ sell them In. :
CertaJilT large the ad- on the East Coast and throa bout tion they had filed against th, Stale training squadron under Rear Ail-
Commissioners :
t mltMd the allegations .s to tbe purchase Forlda! grow Into a large and Internal Improvement Hoard llf quiet : mlral W C. Win*, which then wDl

ot goods: becansd they had no thriving tity till they had effected the election of consist of the Minneapolis ffiagxhlp! ), .t .. .... .. ........... .... .. .. ......... .... .. ..

i Dart all governor, when he as giver- the protected ... Columbia Prairie .
---.a for denylig arts which theyknew -0- BRO'
Over on the Went CoM a newspaper nor would be chairman of the smM. and the gunboats Yankee and Topeka Sie, ;
were tor the goud.of'[ the county I
war Is on an to who caught the first Internal Improvement Board and 'I! KINDER LOU. C.A.
1 save
That they actually. ,} money 'ft the ,
i tarpon thin season We can't answer ,r would then give the railroad the land I I
.t county ran t. ("'Mil) proven. as larger ) .
that question but Just ask where the i 1 I they are now d.mandlDIfI.I. Is m KfROPEAV JOCRXAJJSTS. ii
1 prim have bp* n paldj In some In- I
Crkt tarpon was caughtand we canrepl scheme to make voter bell ve that 11''
,at.fqr supplies. slni eKnowing IakeKinder
*' off-handed, at Miami, on the. Cot Davis' I la hard and fait In the) The Pnlm Besrh Newt of yesterday I Lou

f thfcrefor that they were 'Fact Co&t. ,' grasp of tbe railroal That Injune- 'contain the following: 'i"Tbree Crates. t
+, saving tbe tax: pa}en money. and that ---ofly -- i lion business is bung over bin to give, journalists from Europe arrived I

4A' tIt*... was ao raw aarin't what they the way delegates are being Instructed color to the scheme The Intenal Improvement I at the Hotel Ro-al PolnrianaSundav : ; Chase & Ham )". Miami,

were doing tb > tee tLat they bare for Roovevelt It N'f'me.cer' Board la now restrained I
I They ,are mil-kine; a trip Sell
'bees guilty of 110 wrong, and there are tain that' the present' head of the na- : from selling any of the swamp' and through tr. In
:hundreds ot ni n all over bade county overflowed lands of the state'jber.W141'be I. Kirnder Lou
tion will be Dominated to succeed himself of this co-it and will ,ro from heret Orates
rss who ,1Ui them, and are aggrieved I '
ajre on the Republican ticket. Whatan raintiad* hope to have the aame to Miami Noofccn and Havana Other i all over Dade County.

I.t the tnei who brought action .. .,. trailed to them by this board .
has same
| .11. t chance Democracy to pla--es In ih' lr schedule are the OKU-I .tt "" 't..t.
x against. them, I >r pn'itlcal purposes.< again wave the standard In victory. when Davis Is governor of tbe State I waha river St Augustine. Chicago, and I PtMtfThe

? alSo against ,those who. like the --- o -- I and chairman of the board. The report the St Louis Exposition! )Ir. A. A. ASllber. '

It ooord. rWtimie jta try to make politlriplta I that Davis Is committed to
ConKremman William R. Hearst of JMw I this of the Tlmes-l'nlon. Interviewed -

r' n ) put cir they matter 1 crk, ha IntrodureH :a bill In the courra bY a brief now on file with the them In German and Mr. Edward

r .) -'i;-- I House seeking an Investigation of the Board. All this will drive no votes Knleriem had a conversation with i Peacock Inn.

FOR+iJMI AII'S ,PROSPERITTtheriag tinxts The Idea. Trust to Invent'fc away from Davis The scbente Is toot them In Danish Their names and

= II', trust If the would-be President doa't i thin to deceive thinking.... This 'papers are: Erik Nyblotn. Stockholm. ;,

By re C'e to our' local ae..e. watch! out his trust brethren will make)I Injunction business I* something that Sweden, representing the Dagens i t '

eoh1 u ,1U be seen: that arrange-i; him sick at heart and weary of mind others than the railroads can 'play at. Nybeter' (Dally; News): Carl Ram- BSCEI =, :8AY at COCOANUT GROYB

men being protected by the f In July. I The courts are wide open .and tM c berg editor of t Goetebnrgstldulngea'! ,
site-1 News begs to assure Its readers and Gazette The most Southerly" Hotel on the
--9--o--' (Gothenburg ), and assistanteditor
+ MI r. 01 Trodd for Iaoldlllc aa i ij Mainland ot the failed State
arson the friends of Col. R. W. Davis Oat Coeteburgs
j Ind Smoker all the Biscayne The Follett ciae la proving a of Handelstldung I

Iloteioa t; J''t'a"'t" of March 31st.X stunner to Dade county court official he will never be troubled .. Governorand Gothenburg Commercial Times), ofOotheubvrg. CUISINE : w luomiw rud.

Fifty Juror had beea examined ap to ehalrmaa of the I. L Board with Sweden: Gnstav B.!: Reimerm. SCHNEIDERwiffi

"I of this social gathering last night and bat thirteen qualified th. demands of the railroads' for the ; editorial staff of VerMea's. Gang F. ,,, Proprietor,.
<' is to set 1 members 01 the board I
sad five of these were challenged and lands of the State, for as a protectivemeasure (World). of Christian. Norway.
tend,.. a- tile subject of tar- .
refined. There.. very few men In sad to fortify him. aad before
the] -laduatrial Interests of
this county who have not reed or he la elected Governor his *rleads propose W API'ED. POSITION AS BOOK- --- ------

Miami particularly' along the line of heard talk of this case. hence the to get oat M UJuncUoa restraining KEEPER, by competent young maa.

heeariac tor: this_ 'dtr cigar factories traable. the L 1. Board frov "anting any with reference. Address. TbeA1tamont the

c.. and: fther'', MBs.ractnriag plant I S I of the Stale's lands to C.,railroads. T. E.!: ,,McKIBBEN. Palms.

The idea of seek a aieeUag was first Leonard Wood baa at last been i Mr. William K. Bro.... I .
suggested by
I finned major general U. 8. A. No

7 president of the Board of Trade who I one believes Wood entitled to the high Second Grand Concert Alt.ra..tt S"rblts. 0..,s c.* fir Overlooking the river

is himself largely Interested la various honor ac!ileved by ao abort a term ofservice i 7 he ideal spot daringMarch and and ocean. with good
enterprises here and elsewhere and April. The AlUmonte is the
but at the same time It to asource rooms and Board at
v who knows the great value of weekly j :BY THE moot beautifully "Incited" timid!
of regret that ao many hard andpersonal p1tte and attractive hotel in in4 reasonable rates.
pay-rolls to, the prosperity of any city .
hangs were aald about him I ttrior.1a. >urn>unded by taljls I
e It is desired that every member. of by those opposing his advancement nine*. bearing oran' elikactifnl proresJiJ: M C C 0 If um. Proprietor, =
Miami Choral
v the Board of Trade shall arrange to His victory I* therefore all the more Society; lakes and .utcly h<>me... .

'be present at this smoker prepared to glorious to him at least I i 51'0 f' fttrt pi;>*'t- 4'I acres i I Beach Su. O* ...., Fla

_,.. and to; do what be can towards abound*. Send i "H''rat !
; -a- ON .; .., .. '
IJ. '''Dt ):
aiding la about the locating
bringing J. B. Wall and State I '
Judge Attorney at. 1 1'r..i -.t..1 'W r .....-
hereof j Herbert S. Phillips deserve the thank The I'.raml: 1 .
I 25tt IQOJ I "III. __ Talc the Twin-Screw Sea f..n 3'
1 _
'The local conditions I here are In of the"people aa well a* every reputa- Friday Evening, March ?, ,:1 : ,

"= .every way favorable to the making ofcigars ble practicing attorney In this clrcn't lk Launch
-r: :: ; Sapphiref
and If Is tjhought that by the la their: effort to purge the bar of mal I I AT j ,. '

'+. sending of a committee to the great l practitioner The profession of law --. i 1 nIt king! R-bluff';:-tonodf for i.o

elcar--aItIllC'; centers one or more la too honorable too noble and too responsible or1iou.tu.ra1 .an.I I : IS f F ,st _ttx: i ."r'. Yacht) any pint of intere't in the e
v.ater*. .kc
firms aa be Induced to engage la the a profession to harbor criminals 'nmm,1dation.'or"",

(t bwsinees here' a.d'hat once the busl- A hypocrite cannot long pros .. Asa.ted I'T O ..._. I, best In charge fi.Uingfrouod! of tb..e familiar. with
M- hat' been started others will follow per. His deception ta always sooner or Mrs. Lorenzo B'acton (Soprano) 3h f t r>. a =1 ... '1.1M : lit '! chartered fur any length, May of time be) '

M was the ease la Tampa and later exposed. People who are not .'. i'. in drarplit.
otter places. ; honest ao matter what their profee- Sig. A. Salemme, lVfolb 1st. ), *", ellJr nc. Knllinvent. Will i Palm dock or by addressing
aacnficc for cash.
Most ....,..;a, (he> effort .. worth atoa may he cannot: long withstand
Tickets\ on sale and seats, reserved at the ;Red Cross Phar- J..es Bn .Telsl Ors
Os saaktftC. sal t< tsar people wffl all,the seratlay of hoeeet Be*.DeSoto I "

...I toflrther.suds Work together there CDMtv News .f(.1.r mt.y ar_d the, Biscayne: Drug::1 Stove.tr :, Bos i3, [Iatai, !'h J'z

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I, j I I ;I Furn.iture: 1 1i

I I From m'y store to homes on terms to suit. $1.00 pays for Furniture at

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I" : EDWIN NELSON'S !Ifre. i .

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I the Klondike will be bought by the "'" I i
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Tannic Acid Corapaay.
Floral DestAus for \\l I'nrpoi.A.l f
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} H. M. KING, The tug George W. Child, of KeyWest .
l i. 'I i
I mbioh came here to assist In I

f Funeral Director and Embalmer. splicing the Western' I'nioa cable, i 11: I, .,' "The Ideal"Dry

'i< 1300 At'Eh t''E 0. tied' up 'at the terminal' dock today.d ,

.: will leave to-morrow or Friday for
Prompt Atttstloa to Ttlccrspt or Telephone Call*. : -I'!

I Key Wett I:1-, Goods, Millinery and.

I The fnited States lighthouse tender
-- -
Ladies Outfitters.
-H-- at' Jie' Palm Hotel will leave for their 1 Mangrove 1 I. tied' up at the terminal ; ky'i

DO (b..rn home to-morrow. They are I dork, having arrived this mortalng She Clothing ... .
del ghled with Miami, and will return 11..a her' regular round of the light-

again in future seasons ...* of this district I Sale, Ii il

FLA.. Marco 2!, 1904. I '&

lr.! E. C. Wilson and on, of Chicago, Fine serge uiN $5 50; to $10 00

TAIL SCHEDULE. .tab hare been guests at the Biscayne Fine worsted 7 51'' to 1000 XGiZ'
I WITH WE FISHERMEN. 1 1Tb. AU wool pant 1 35 to 4 50
.. the past month or more left this morning -
Arrive from the North Was! pant 75 to 1 50 r
I:05 ..... ; for a two week cruise on the Odd coat 1 00 I( to 3 00 .
lower! coart. Tarpon will be their' 7:00 lUlL. Boys knee pant:
pedal catches of fish this season to date: <
;. Ooa tor th. North- prey.J. 50c grade at. .3 tc
Klondike-W. P. Haalow. 337
11:II ,a. king- 75c grade at. 59c
: 1:01 R. Abrams, of Palm Beach' I I. In fish. 100 grade at . ,We

LIlLITHE the city looking after' his Interest In Rosebud-W. P. Hume 3S-pounc 1..25 grade at. . 79c '! S!'

the coming primary election. He I* a klngflsh. AT

WEATHER, candidate for Sheriff and ha a number Jupiter-.Dr. J.. D. Griffith SO', -pounl COhen'S.BUSINESS Are receiving Sew Spring Good in all linn .4

J. Washington: For: ] -Eastern' Florid: of strong friend In the various a.berjatk.KloadluE.. 'I .r daily: Call and inspect the Spring Style. something y

precinct who are pushing Llm along Bark, five srurk.Seminole .
new I have
Fair In central and south portion; every day. just returned from
la good hape. -M.:C. Nichols and George .
-'D.nct.oa41.. New York, and am prepared to show the .

Maximum ........ .. ..... Bladgen. 14 varieties of fish la one day. you. rye
:.. 3 + .F. .| .u. J Mr. and Mrs' J. P. Tapley and Miss fruit of my trip.

Minimum .f...F... ...w...... 74 Tapley. of New York who hare been : moray.Clara-Dr. J. D. Griffith 24U-pound 1c

guest at the Biscayne all season. will
Seminole-E. Rlendet. t booe&sh. ..
I return to Gotham to-morrow. They ar* !
Jupiter-R. F. GI,.. "%-pooI.d
* t TOWN TOPICS I BO delighted with Miami' shall that Mr. Tap- grouper. tI

he spend every
t ley announce
Clara-Frank Dunn, 4 amberjack; IS
winter here In the future.. He t.. barracuda

LARGE PASSENGEJL,LIST.-Th* made reservations at the new Halcyon a.yyr
Barnt-uda-W. L. Shafts 4"poundbarracuda
steamer M uaL Captain White, arrived Hall Hotel for nest season. A .
this mora ug from Nassau with 110 a
Jupiter-:Captain Lyons. 22%-poundAfrican
-1 paasengenon* of the'largest berthing Dr. Thomas Hlland and L. B. Baldwin ,
of th< > *easo westward. United State navy, who have Klllgore one ..hlP.n '

'f spent the season here' at the Palm weighing LOCALS..il .
FOR LOUS E. SEAR ,, 411 pound ;
REWARJD Hotel, left this morning for the North
BOOT.M r*. 'Mule H. Sear, of New Clara B. A. Hart. 1 caillUh weighing .. il\i.VIVC E. B.
topping off while en route at Palm DOU6US.
York oker* a reward of \3tt tor the Beach aad other. resorts. These gentlemen 43H pound. Camden!i Hindquarters fancy groceries. fnilta. '
recovery Vd Identification of the body Barracuda-Senator 408- etc, at Wlboa A FIr*'.. |7rfsc .
made many friend while her, *
It Sear, who was drowned pound porpoise.
of Lento, and promise to come again next Mason. Dealrabb :* room Tor rent' [Inquire : 31 O: and 312.' ,
e, from tie ineamer Martinique.on F.bDreary CI.-r. William, 14: -pound a Twelfth Street. '
of Bank of Bay B'x-ayna. :
.'.; XSti} .very Improbable JewfUh. I I .rr .
; body *J.ever I""fou Badger-Mr.\J. W. Matthew on, one 8mlWa Restaurant opposite ponoffle i )
owever riIe .
y W. S. Clark and wife and B. & Bill
th K foot 7"-lnch tarpon welg lag 1M( *: beet meal In town. Short, order I
at dateDEATj1 of West Palm Beach, are In'' the city pounds a specialty. Board and rooms -- -- c r ----- .

# 1 'T.-Tb. today OB a business and pleasure trip. day or week.RESIDENCE. 8 b'l ...... . . . . . . . . . . .
OF AN Barracuda-Senator Came a. 100- I II .

four-mooths-o d aba iIS.A and Mrs I r -. pound sea turtle.KlondikeW. i I FOR RENT OR SALE. .I
Dick Augmbaugh. commodore of thedory i
J. M. Fisher t led last cit cholera i ; P. Harlow. Ofi.foot'. No. 120 Eighth street 176 I rI

lafaatum. Tli* Inten lent was made | yacht fleet" U one of the prondentmen : hammerhead shark I Restaurant
I in town to-day. If* all caused by i I I W* use Tennessee cream In all our Epicurean
: this afternoon at S o'c ork In the City Clara-Mr. Moody, :St yell tails i -.N
the arrival of a boy-a fine twelve- Ice cream and also have the plain .1
: Cndertak '". w.r.; Miller' Imperial-Messrs. Armour a d Smith I JOS#
that arrived at his! I II *'12th St.
f pound youngster cream on sale at the Biscayne Drug ;
,. A Co. "" ;*ei vice<<: were conducted 1C boneBsh.
I ".
ti $r the parent** ,jldence.Seventh horns yesterday.Kirke I Compaay. 112 '

.... west
Rev ) ta. I New York, are guests of the Hotf'1Roya' Tennessee cream at Biscayne Drug .-
baby socks were' misplaced. Any one I I'I + S@NIQ@ + .
... Polnclaaa Mr. LaShelle I I. a Company. 141 I
I I I having either' in their Ion will
possei 2
4 AMERtcA.
theatrical.. and has I :
l9K VJfc'W*W ** ** *"" prominent man +-- '
confer a favor by sending th. n to Mr. I I r=:
) written several' plays that have proven' If you want Ice cream that I* good :
;: I PERSONAL MENTION.. : mite popular. He and Mr. Brown wilt E. '-. Blackman
of the woman's departnxBEXNERS ot _
I+.:r, r t to to Mimi and Havana; and will re- I I Company. They Tennessee cream. ----- --- -

Mr. and Mr*. Lorenso Blackstone ar. .arn North In Ume to leave New York BOOKS 142 tk

down born I OJo today for a short *tayBevjH. in Apri for a tour of'the Mediterranean. I I

.- Palm Beach New Mr.-,,"UI J Betiners, the at thor and Pure Tennessee! cream on tale at..'I

"';' for Count ,Btvayne Drag Com-tny. 142
candidate )
Doster Journalist of Philadelphia' 1 a* been ,
\r Treasurer, from; West Palm,Beach. bla Dr. C. I. Olin...... of Columbians. C.. visiting at Pain Beach end Vfest Palm I l r--
the:citjr to-day. ..3d Mr. William P. Genovar of St. Beach far over seven w"flk and expresses
to D. R' Knight Uttle
it: Augustine are In Miami to spend a dayor himself as befog h My; I delighted :, 1 3'Y

.f, W.' ,|!P. Oenbvar.I a prosperou merchant I' two They are on a general' tour of with Southern Florida and the 1 Fla 170 .

,. and politician. I* a visitor In i the East Coast, and will tt> up to Palm delightful' hospitality he ha received I!I -
Miami to-day|. Beaca next' They have been la charge !.i Miami Conservatory of )Iusi2Franklin .
upon all, side' which b a* genial as
CWmaa Bush Director, BURDINE
4, I 1- of MK C. L. ]Xlmanle to-dy. who ha the climate, and who can say more &
22S Twelfth Street 429 !
NelionL' of the Seaboard Air '
ZFZFrW. D bfofIa..ho.IIIC. them the beautiea of Mr. Benner* ha been collecting material 4'r
I" Line. railway) at Jacksonville ha rt- '
Cocoanut Grove and otherpolats
MlamUj i
for his forthcoming novels "A FOK ALE CHEAP. '
-.' tuned to hustle basin** for hi. road. They are both charmed with **
,,; Honeymoon Florida" sad The Demon QUART RMA N.
... :
. j what they have ,
' Doubt. both of which wilt appear J6x7 GLASS CABIN LAUNCH. 7 H. P.
.T E. C DM bora.Clerk of the arenlt ...
the fait Mr.
coming Beaters Daimler motor nnt- 1aaa condition.
oat agala after wreral .day' .a
Court b has also been dramatizing ate of hit Apply C A. MANN Box 22. Miami Fla.

Ulaea at hi* home-, at Coeoaant Orora I,::1 r NEWS ON THE BAY. ; aovela. and also OB* by aa English I1QPleasant

author. On Monday week a* leave
'' Fancy Dry Goods Notions. Beautiful Artistic
E. F. McVeigh tralamacter of the XWJ .. andl: '
for Miami and Nassau, aad the aorta. Sleeping Room la my
Florida East Cnaat railway with headaarter 'I'i Tb aaxlUwry stoop Zora b out for He contemplate buying a tract of Twrtfth-Street at.t... .._ Shower bath Neckwear also the largest dealers inl(Nereides;

at M. Aagnstle., b .. tkt two-Jars'' cruise .. the key of the Souvenir and
a < mad oo the west shoe of Lake Worth fie 'I'or.1 at rammer rate Mrs Sporting Goods. Complete line
city .....,. ; lower coast E. C: Beck. 1M
erect thereon a bungalow, when of School Books. Polite and capable service.
his pen children will be bon amid the
'PI" E. Oetow, ,t' )Jaeu.ril. i f The launch Barracuda I I. laid up forrepairs.
beauty of this gem of southland resorts. A Splendid Square Piano la good r-1,
the Standard 011 Corm the having broken her reversing ,
re .-Palm Beach Daily New' 1... sale. very cheapMrs.' E. C {
pall ill. vfsltot here tCHIa .. t1e ;' drum while out on the flshlBE !:
] lad

tat :of:Char F". i 'I bank ,..t.rd.y.. I PACKERS let TOMATO wanted PICKERS at once AND by Easter-TEN!: .rjtor: & 'jI I I Burdine & Quarterman, F-

34. A. 4. Mall,... of PalIII Beach ,. : The launches Hyepu and Seminole I II JI I ling Brother. Cater, n. 1M !!rapafcl ef'maaaiclns a packlng-hous I

dowJia ..N.j a.ct'jlrl1l' mike bta use t. I I ere out today assisting In splicing the j i ;
&:nst bring three or four rood grader Twelfth Street. 308.
rietor tit the Palm Hotel a visit cable.' They are working on the ba CARE; OF 1I0l"SE'A 'TED-A.y ,
j and parken.. State salary wanted.
at eras! peek-.. i I! side of Norris Cut. j one detdrlng to have their' furnUbed.
I I )!1n>t be temperate and have good
J home cared for during the summer for I

' A, T .Pfrry.. formerly with the Everk The Clara meet out to the. fishlnr j' the n'e of a portion! of the. tame', mayrommtnlcate reference Address JAMES McCOMB,
teffterdav with Mr. Wallace nd' Jr, Pompaoo Fla. 1ST 'SI
Ishere hack: with I
r-Iade rfolluc* eom.ofthta Hty. HHare of Metropolis -
to-Wy. ( with friends aboard but owing to the j .
b employed
" H* now }
, the Sou its Express Comp..,. and bOH roughness of the water' ao fish veers 1 FOR SALE, AT A SACRIFICE,

,4 lllfl WAT KMlth tO fix Vp the agents caught : IF TAKEN AT ONCE.

Oa. Acre Kleckly .Sweet $JLVatermelon*. j
at the various new stations
The loop D-'!'a sailed. for New York i ti SnulhlBOOKSELLER tearing, ready for market April 10th; jI

The Joe On 19 Acre Etringiew Green-Pod Bean*. !
Ji .' U F. Olaad.. of Saglnaw. Mich, this morning. only Barry I
- went up on her and win try his luck'inGotham ready for market la three week; 500 _
t' e me i down thb morning aad will re- 1I -- -- --- -- --- -- -- --

- taste several 'day at tile 81_,.... this summer. Hulls Caeambera ready for market la R. J. PICK B. M. BAIL

Miami.. three weka. too Avenue B. 1S4WANTED.
Mr. Otead.b.delighted with 8
_-" Ito,climate, sad. tags It really b won- The tug Klondike, which wa U port Peek Bailey

derfaL: a few week ago sad'.which went to ( I COMPETENT MAN a..w-.. MnECriseYACHTS. ,

Chi ai taw* of the tramp ateamraabor who adrsUada. Grove Work. Rad-" LAUNCHES.. SAIL& ROWBOATS-

\ Mr. sad MrsR..... oaio. k. at Alligator rest TrtVMvVto I MIAMI 1LA. .iaID' Fruit Compaay (Mr. Barbask).f Orerkaaliog'atxl Repairing. Maria Railway.

,. .... ... all ftenooa. n.lI.... Orwv _
:-alimfYwbs; have .rot :port rtrday Omairt. 111 1011 Anna D. Q.& "
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.. .. fi :torn*, and I office. increasing 1 Cen trail vLocate(
T igl.t I I... ... t II' l! fl. 'm to the ':.mitnde" Indian from Evergladoe: inSa ThePioneer
.,,,. .' numbers. thousand
.tJI !n .o on< 'I I. rt' I -.r nil. >earl: in -ae a annah
Tonne Men of EuropMfiiury Forced Into
J h. 'i"1 ..1. -.j( m to It.- I I. test Mates machine" that surpass human fin;;f ,

Bon Age. rash a"lumn ,,'O.tK.o turrets of \I01er. 1 In defines and even outtb''ik' thihunaa

I r rr..j ... brain. New ones are constsntly White Tiger' a part Indian. of Floritda. ;i F. A. FOPSELl PROPRIETOR ,

Oeriuiiuy has 31( firms manufacturing w bo In
.IT:.Ii ....'!.. titat w lb Ea... Other1'"r' fuil l tiru urito. 'tint, mmnWe 1..UUIIU Invented. to represent the geminole Indians in '
far rtit,4 ,,,, ; TbU the new machine for JccoratIng '
.r..p-a.- tout between them e ) ).ar. I | claims against the goiernment. is In
4... .< Ikf *.r..*. .. i Only 4V.74U urn- of fla* wre frown crockery put on the ('bln'h) Savannah, I.I I.
.! in Ireland last star Th.i i adfrrea.. : ingle action, the border pa'trn ant 1 the city, aaya the ..lornlDKN..L i I RATES $j.ooTO., $1.50 PER DAY: '
| I He will remain over until tomorrow j
: for 1*>1. .
of lu a percent 11 the tiirurri monogram center, which formerly! :
European who bare resided in th< Steps were taken& recently toMi.nlfurnmifr required a bole, proceMI ball'"- and this afternoon will give : lJoteJ (Corner Atenue B and nth streets
I 'an exhibition .TbulI l"rbolt." He will > :: '
l'Ud Stajtea, for any length .. in ) .rj. a Caiju.mii. chamber work. The machine Is operated !>y : '-ILUI.l FLA.
. time are u ually struck by the largLnniber 'if ft,mutt ri'r toeKlrni' : if.iuiurrviiii rrUtiuu display. III cleverness an a, rifle shot ,
I compressor air and ha, a maximum: I d
Kritutt and lanai.it.lh
of >!.u.." men who ",o<'up.pc..iti..o. briwtru and -in ther *ay.. and no admission I
value of the seals and rapacity of decorating. ID this maoll r. ,
ti f aril la be He will the :
i prumir..c r. to charged. give exjhlliition I
'! vl.aU taken maul t> 120 dozen piece of crockery In a I
> year y
...f..ihil'it ,
i bu.in s. rofessional Itt-ttislises-- ; and then take up a 1'f>11.-tlon.I .
..In i nan about }lt"..''' > 1 nf
single hour with-the aUttnoe IT.-C ;
"" 1.!. tLe II sire ... Tio.1i 1 !
"f the
01' ta. |
The White Tiger!: was by
now r..h.> at much *k doe In Igtr' t part tot e fact that arc. totted on the Ell by I new apt i, the Seminoles to fn: to Washington to J. A. Robbins & Co.? '
''lIhl 1 to um.-j-: 1 r's.II"f that n-1 I
) l lia ample "1 i .van of a rliam 'Wl mimics long which Pit {.before the government: the claims.
]..>r unity t<> work at hie ebos.oar.ft ., and is only 'ltiJ _: w the varyli.g:; sliced| of
I li. f
if. .it th+e toot i tl.r riser t I tlai; the memhfM, of the tribe! think I I I

I "r I.r..r UI" ..itl"u! tie uithr :: nt'psdi.d trf.ttu II) nti.am UiachinV the engine but nu'oniallcallr auplif' : Chou!.} bf I'sirl.1 He was furnished with : :Hn moss rtnd c? fjr a.go :.y
wmm mtru ptiL ..ii ..r e.mum l.mt-o+)' I the brake when the sp e.l ftt'i (

;r JL.l..r: ) ...,,,;('... 4 .."...r'[>'..... i. va7mtr : .,.f, M cars. afro the I kited Htatdxpi.rtrd I the" established\ safety limit thus !'trrebbfullv "rh.a Han<" Rum of money to make thef'f DOoposltoirsr.Quality : .
.. he all his
Before leaving
of i.o. .1.1" w'.meb, u.. all! imrttioB. host year out I replacing: the "*ne 4 feed of pave:
roan ..f the 'lU"j" 1 .nio.t hiu-i. : a total. .r"I' of''iM MI.'''''' bale, it kept engine monev to hill family ami started out I) is remembered long after price is ||

and l-r "i. I i L' Illr nmliufftctulr. user ..".."...iO. with only E email amo' n' of ( ;
(! i dfi 'ic g thea ru..t Miual.lfried !- To do away with guess work in office -
-ar. "r h'1 a ,. lithe >f w loom h northern mute ar. u..tc In his fnickct.He 'hM'1 forgotten. to.
J f
and hop maoagement. and toj
.. 1 n 41. I II .
coiiIJ make MR .
lad ahtiiild own way
be -
e straining etrry urr> has chfnuiralmanufacmur ] find ont the real amount and value of
Hamburg Makes
wur&.l'.. i j and there.. n..cof Quality j the Bargain.;
to win a place in the i i i. was no wuttnrfmoney. j
e.tabitshntnts. lah
g emi'loyir); in each and I'v..ry'dilf"noDt of r .
11..11"d: | | to give up the >tni./.,'t.. am ...1 .".'.:' per.m..... Itmsrax. su.phura.. expended a. given kind kInd of worththere He will not have ti> be In'asbltno '
on C-4-0
I4XS5.Vri =:'vreUth !.
phlmil: ; iru', nmatm'hee. fireHOikc( can.phor, I \\ : until ater April J tFt,, and :t.Qa"f .
Is machine which makespermanent
dm'ej.y.uoc t m. the. Pr..erueteso L"ri.i'ne.... ether slut clu>.r..f'>rm sir a I he can ca,.lj g-4 there by th>tit time. .

s.d.,1a. ..f muitiiiiiiLrtibeia. 'av. 'tie ..i'.i.,> j't.. :. nirnru out. I record by card printing!: he rays. even if lx has bad h"k.
Iti.'(.II./I'u Dail.J I: .\.... Kl .m. .li'. : irk nipr' > la lli --e not, only I of a tingle period of time! ,1 ,f
White Tiger In a guide in the Everglades 1
IB time tarioyn. Kourtrira of confi- s.\i' :i h) time hi"sp t.il! 1.. .. it* is d but also of an Indefinite number ofperloilii. ,, | \ do not wish to boast but we ha\ethe
n.m idt l lie has had. ,
r: n..1 1 Europe| ''military laws aid '< f '..ltIf.nt l:rln| )I.> w ,n.rll.. lir ...<..ci Ktlit I' This record shows the number of great Chetpestand most.artistic line of5ouv
deal of experience ,. it*! alligators, and I
, ..
: writer arm Teruiuch alike. Inter .m ".T..t C'iuiaD.lI utlllf HffUlldk of fioura and minute put on the
natior.nl rivalries" awl auhitluns ai J (iiiiiuK' bus b>:j;..rt m I!...... lime I he |.roHw.l| to the street railway roanasement -
Job. and alto the time of day when tho
..._. eve;: urgutg thk. UKt.oiu U kc' l' ui.i.n -" ..rm4 "'."nJ rj. Job wan started.'hen the Job Is' $
with tttrir neighbors in matttr* "'ith >t't user t* h.ltinIh.' tif.f.n. *. roulil be produced around the big

off{.tNoal defense been the smaller ""'h'h ai'> we rat ;null| turaU b> aim If done fhe total of labor coat are entered fountain at the" Casino. The man gement. firs

nalionalitM-i In tone laataucei;,. |forks and apo ."., mixrad of riawji-ir on the outside of the envelope
hower. did not take to
1.at. been amid by their bit neigh .our .fi.ml li} pr'j.t.cc with kii.iaU.t containing them together with a rec kindly \
bur and proudly : hi'h. ifurae. the scheme, so be is to give an exhibition 5
drag along' their; wined metal iitftt run.?ra w ned of the materal used Each reorj <.. in town. Souvenir Postals, 2 for 5 cents.
lurdea of militariam. Kranr. Crrtuaay <->, are capable of complete uteri! all his 0..11. to help him on his

Austria and Italy ,01..1 l /HI t i n
emery ablr-b...lie are to dno'
to 'II Utar1 ".."'-!t. Actually th- I without e'er touching tha on garment I* no longer done b> dian. He Is a crack shot an all round tonne :3, pposlU Ptstoffla F. C. EXRICHT, ProprictoJ
wrio4 athlete, and an Inteligent np-to-4at.
| service regeired.by law iflunger wound.
hand In modern factorlea. There I* i
m than two loara, but BnaocUt twentieth-century Indian.A .
HELP THE WEAK COKCERHS. machine that sews 5.300 button on
coatiderattona: limit the term of s.T5Saf .
training. la .ddi:|... to thin period garment In nine boon-or more that LONG TIME STRIKE. KEROSINEENGINES.

the Enrupeaa: youth most perforce I'.U. Jew T.rk. Beak Pr......re* eight expert *cwer* could possibly di ,

ll.>n.; to the reserve. and devote ae- (. Ik. A......... .( ....... In the same time. This machine re. Instead of camping around and

Cording to his age la' longer or ahort- I FtsaasW ls.tltstl.aa. I quire no expert operator. A boy orcm a picketing the works to keep outsider n iBd Reliable Pour
er part at his time each to driE .. I Ill o..aa'
year: -'-' .
and maBeavers. DU. >pma.t* of late har firm unusual runs ... I from taking their Jobs. the atrlkins g or All (IU"U 'I. ".

At the there latcreat to the methods followed And In one Insurance office wiler.It miners at Thurber Tex, have simply I f
present day are l."V "
flOe young men engaged IB ..nu.1101I1t.rl {by important New lurk banka in aa- was formerly necessary for,* force abandonee: the place and reduced th eI No EngiceerjRe8lrei
service IB Franc. Austria jaiktinir. crippled business concerns.Ersry of clerks to copy names on reference' thriving town to solitude. Employers No Water Consind. i'

(Horma., and Italy. These flffvrretake II: now and then a hurried oonferjenr cards to be filed IB various places, one have sometime threatened to paralyze! t m 3= No Dectric Battery. NoOlorJ
.. i*railed to prevent the tiikpentionI
r-paln BO and account other countriem f Ru.ala. bat BeUjium aim-, I some house whose iiprraiiona are
am liar coaditiona prevail in and a like '.XKnaiic enough<' ..*>..! bui.iue><. in- card with metallic ink. clamp h In : a proceeding I* uncommon on the part The best power on the market

reasoning applies to those ..'io"... '!Itcreata diaaktrnutly were its failure holder with a number of blank cards of worker It brings us back to tV ; y for all Call at *

'- .; Of this large Bomber of young amen. :announced, in ruch in .inMam-e half and fla hea an X-ray through the packet original Idea" of a strike according to .i purposes. our

snatched away from trad., craft ..r (Is dot an banker. are ususlla.srmbled, Thus ly a single motion I which men dlBsatlsfled with their q office and examine one In open '
employment sod the situation tboroiijthlr I dint one man tion. All sizes from to
are French ,- one \
... writes or rather prints all the eard.Th. .. wage were simply to quit and leaY
Ono German. a>>"ouo Austrian ana ; .ad. l( th a .IIt-er.I.- .. ..1. ..;n. -
2:+0.000 Italian. This vast amount of :jrirnt to malt its llatilitie-i ><* general World's Works. the employer to learn the justice o' sixty horse power. Prices on application! "

productive' labor U annually lost :' allonrd to> rOlililiur in Uk.'ur. ..; their complaint by hit Inability In 1

K .<... Europe.V |if nut i it guru. t<* lat ash sass thNew BISHOP TO VISIT POPE. find anybody to do their work oa hit MIAMI FEINTING CO., Agents. -
y : York. '.. Miami Florida
Only la .t. terms. The
> oea erat- I... physicaltosdt fact that the Thurber
In tiutlininr the usual procedure a Shortly after Easter Bishop Kenny t
sr. accepted for military / miners are definitely giving up their n
Hn\N.' From six to ........ per cent. Wall ktrrrt: banker. whose advice. ia expe-U M leans for Rome to make his Jobs and moving away Instead of tryIng -

-..f these man are permanently in.p5or.d sought by p"..?rfol Interests e,erjwtere obligatory visit and report to the Pope. I
to hold their ground by force and
).y theaevefitie, of army life when failure it ia.Diinrut.kaJd: The Church requires the '
ilacy: more ire tn.p.o.I itatrd frOM 'The aim alwaa-ia to mr a firm if eac-fi diocese to make visits bl.borof I' boycotts U pretty good evident that **

pursuing the career they had failure can be prerrntril without a. to the hors they really 118"olld reason for discontent -

mapped out ;for themselves.. The. !kuming undue" rirka In this reopert'Ttba father at regular Intervals, varying according I and If the mine owner are

case tot one ynufg (Irrmaa .U tig coiumututT of inter ti i ii.? baa : to distance and location. In _t
( Dnable to find men to take their
tlficant. lie ':had devoted! almost six been d..Jop..d! I ...remark-mhly.. for the this diocese the bishop mast
go ono
J- years 'to learning: ...,..hm.klnc. 11- I cut throat' j-.lirj ..f a..IIo: !!' on..'. In every ten years, and as the last visit I i certainty.place that-New probability York World.GIVES will .become a 1 Clubbing Rates.

r Lad taken the greatest pride sal rights irresprrtiseofw4st. happensto the late Bishop Moore made :
,01 was ten
+ "" Itbe other oreditura ia I
: --f"ure in his !l_kill a* a craftsman auoaaaja seldom -
years ago. Iv is Incumbent
w :
followed.I I upon his !
tad bad becom ao t alert In bee HCALTH. VIGOR AND TONE.
work that he- saw before him the aa- I i work ia difficult! however and successor to take the trip at the appointed oq

sara_ of prosperous career. Two |Cal! for clean-headed. management to'oTrrrome time. I
"' in few month the The I Herblce Is a boon for sufferer from j janeamla.
yoaag sister as :well as his mother: eumpli expense of the trip Is heavy, and
_. ,were dependent; on him. Icatiuut and mistake < f '''I''. It It muRt be borne by the bishop but It By Its use tthe blood Is I jJ The people of Dade County will want all the news

1 This lad ...Idrah..d. into the artillery .usual!) take from one to three\ }ear Is customary for the quickly regenerated and the color M- this year as it is to be an interesting one be-
[ peophTof the diocese -
at Su. Bandlitia; .heavy ahotiDiaipulating to put. a The crippled concern involves on its feetIslam. to raise a puree to defray thebishop's comes normal. The drooping strength ,J cause of the elections
tpeaty guns movinfTin process a cooi'plete I Is revived. The languor Is diminished
'' expenses In such I 'j i
of tie
overhauling accountaand cases, especially \
carriage a d other work
> rough
Health vigor and tone Pred019ID.te.N.w
ineideat to artllery drill mined his {Inece.sitates shaking! out the dry rot In diocese like this. where many results i '
!which life and happy activity t National State :andiiCounty
delicate .."d. knd unfitted him for hat crept Into the ettablirhiment. parishes are not self-sustaining requiring -
old : I think that\ fully so per cent Mrs Belle H. .Shlrel Mlddlesboroitgh; .
craft. When the
carrying; un .iel he expenditure of the revenuefrom
t complete hU trm of'serrate he sawbefore I of inch rakeit result from outride (peculation the larger parishes to support I I i Ill. writes: "I haVe' been troubled |

him the neceaaity of learning a..I15..r rent from incompetent i with liver complaint and poor Mood; i ;
them. SL
..!. M.v Augustine Record '
come other business or being reducedto manaJ..m. experience and have found nothing to benefit me )
the level of an unskilled laborer. has always hers that where Oman: attends The Metropolis
like Herblne. I hope never to bel I
II..U_ the family he had labored strictly tohUown hniiinr without INVALUABLE FOR UHXU1UTT3U.I .
hard.-to engaging, i ia outside ventures of .without It. I have wished that I had ;II
keep together had been
4 .scattered. e .' any kind he" I. ttldnm 1 ia need of hank have been suffering for the past known of It In my husband's lifetime.* ;, \Has|perfected arrangements whereby it canjfoffer:

y One of the wont feature of military lug a* iaUn .. His business. booms few yean with a severe attack -ofj 60 cents. Sold by Red Cross such attractive rates for various newspapers

3 e life U the cramping influence itS itself.Of -V -.,.. j Irbeum.tlem. and found that Blllard's PII.rm.er'1 5 that there should be no excuse for people remaining -

.. '-any originality of thought or aatlvr banks find it i impossible to extend the that gave... .satisfaction and tended The establishment of a ignorance as to happenings

powers of mind. Will power, the assistance i they would.rrry much like to alleviate my palna. March t4th, 102, exchange In New Smyrna Is 1"PhOD.1 ? year. r
faculty of criticism or analysis, "w- to afford Suck cafes are ti.oally encountered has
p John C Degnan. Kinsman in. 2S&, wlthokt a doubt. Enough; money I
'.... 01 orgaaiaatioB invention sari alien II no'.axrliare tied I I
COe. and $L Sold by Red Croat Pharmacy been paid in the treasury to cover the Y
girl for.the simplification of labor lup and no auftVient margin exists to '
,are sot merely uarlraa In European furnish a free and clear basis on whichto estimated cost of pole, wires ethe. RA TES.

-- .armies but eves meet with the ..t..m'N' work out its salvation Then, too.a dw. and putting them up. And there are I| **

1 repression. Mechanical ohedinc corporation: affairs present. sometimes others who hare subscribed who will :

s > and unreasoning nec tion of orfden wh a tangled' mart at to makeIt WAS WILLING TO TRY. pay when called upon to do so. There i
are tba highest military vir.tveaiB *.ry difficult or tcareelywortk w lime 'I The .DailV Metropolis
; are a few who do not care to Join In
: Eal'OPS..h training apeedif ; to resuscitate it." a One Year
ply ..lII.. a'young man for making hi. "A_friend .of mine down Southsaid the co-operative plan but prefer to a

w :nark la Like world of industry orcommerce. Daaarr !. ...alalaUacfer 0..1.. Congressman John Sharp Williams, I rent phones. The company will ar I

Y The young famines:: may ia by au meana an attraction "Indulged In the luxury of a negro i! range to put In phones for all who desire Daily Time .Union $10.00SemiWeeklyTimesL'nion
'.JN'" military life with. a body i aim- to the true moaatalneer. Somepeupte
: Now that funds
valet, or body servant, a* we ca'l to rent. are on
paired by its hardship, but he i* m.1.u afl.rmAnil scarcely ever )
them. This : hand to on the work the directors -
.. friend a riot 'of cxitraragance 550.
=. ;likely to be bsndies Jt"d for the dora an expert place himself in a dangerous -
tot!ol hla natnral'daya by the artificial situation! .and. if I.does It hi ant one day bought a J>.ir or : will push the work as fast as possible j ti..

state of Bind III. training baa I' from .choice. and he dues not like it. loud-checked trousers. His negro!; and they hope to have the exchange : Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times- '

.produced.Wkile Sometimes be may taken ri..., bal eeIt valet envied him and wanted teem I << ; In operation In a short time.-
't dour unless all the ..111...... Union V 12.00
the mflitary system ia itself are la '!1 rjlid: err wm ta be coining New Smyrna Breeze. :
aa eiempllflcatina the aurvival oftimette.t dot the climbing party and the ...-Ibll"f 111'1 With Atlanta Journal twice si week $2.25
war last enough and he threw
It encourages the anrvivalof ity arcidrnt .11..ht.ttl, | remote, I

weakliBir In civil life. The half Wiiat b. does love ia in eliminate *>y,' grea;* on them MORE RIOTS. l WithWeekly| Palm Beach NeVs $2.00

the palmed the cnBaumptive, the eaperieare and kill all danger from'a. 'Charley/ said my friend, take \

..th at1e. the limb .. which, to a O k young meat ( a clumsy these trousers and clean them. There's Disturbance: of striker are not |
chroai complaiatt of whatever tort worker or a part nnrupplicd with dls-j
or t grease spot on theDl""CIaal'ieT nearly at grave a* aa Individual back
are given an immense advantage over neglecting. to ute proper equipment Old subscribers must pay all dues before they -.

their emnpetltora from the military for ountalaeerinr.. "onld be haxard- took the trousers, dl-ln't enter of the system Overwork loss ,! can take advantage of these offers and cash

tasks no matter how sound la body ona' or quit iaapiwkible.-Lealie'aMoathly. do a thing to them and bronfht them of deep nervous tension win be followed -
in advance must ash orders lor.
4h.1 lad back la half alter unless a reliable accompany
army waata ealy of the a day. by collapse, \

highest physical ataadarda. The Deed Boa/ he said 'I cant it I remedy it Immediately ..Dlplo.ed. these combinations. e
other I .>. a.4 .. surrender.
are rejected. They: pay a dat oat. There' effldeat to
mall yearly tall..... are exempt. I -I*** refuaed George twit.,"abe Mid .. grease nothing to ADDRESS
0(, Thejr, are thai enabled to attend to ,I "bat It'. BO _" Did you scrub them welir core disorders of the Liver or Kidneys x

rMniaew our tot' work at their trade.. "Xo useCot !" '1'... tah.r u Electric: Bitten. If a wonderful

\for which the amy la BMaawhile UBIfttiaa I 1 a bit. H* believes IB predettlatio .- Did roa try a hot Iron and a piece tonic and effective nervine and the

: : the'other; .. i *." cf gown piperf greatest all around medicine for run
values "What has that to do a it k It T" Miami Metropolis\s
IB .America sound,
parents 'Tea ....* down systems. It dispel. Nervousness
mind la a sound body for their off -WII,. he thinks I'm in-rdettiaed to
.... IB Europe ftt"t* often b* kia wife, ..cI.f ronr>... if that ia ao, 'I>Id you try ammonl*>rNo Rheumatism and Neuralgia and expels -

thank.Cod that their soka have round 111 simply have fa give I.. BO matter tab, I halnt done trted ',.,. Malaria germ Only Me, and

minds la .mere or lea decrepit 1 "
to defy Fate iliicaro Peat.
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Florida East Coast Ry. I NOTICE. or treasurer electe' In Tie' the offlces dlacretlon ot /ecr'tar i>f lord the I I TIGHT LACING. I 1 S"N111N4YN4xYbN1N$ ,.

I To AH Wfcoai It May Concern: board of directors nut' be ft'I..1 I b> K '- Mo'iktns,; \\hPn Flft.d With th

S LOCAL TIME CARD No. 53. In Effect Feb. 16,1204.I i I Notlf Is heivbr given' that the nn1 OHM and the same' person. Th n"nt" DtailC"'U.!, Trade Mark : i' '

1 1. r-isi J IiiUnrt to apply| to his F:'(- of the officer and dIre, lor, .a.> .fi $ --

WNTMSOuRD-ac&D DOYEN. j k TH3 OMO_KEX9 IT.Tmtas II....' ? Viil'iaiu!! S JennloE Gotr to conduct the business of t'a"1 i '. t--raton T'"ar t...ht lii'ue" iinninois f> !\ $ iI WADDELL'S i

r .i> of the Stare of Florula for L. tr ,,'e n hi1- bug been kuowv \i
[., tI M 3Sm No tt 1'' a. a8 ) 7N : r ULtll those ele<-tt 1 at II.! frt, \ct ruvm

T i D i ITATICa. Pan'.if, on, the proposed charter j election shall be qualiiifd' ...i T'I') car Hf mx i*-r-ixt in ooutm" ur Gujrjnft-c is j I,

.ffl ) ..rI..,. I .' e. Tom'hereto'; annexed: as ,t'ostigan, prtsidtui.; EJar j liurf.tir 1..- t.ra,ll,',i il...-pie ftie: warnings of Written Contract" i ii'
t r.- t -- Li $ '
...... 7c} iI 1H i l+. r e G 3' : I I $0) ...-' I Th! 2ith day of February. A D. ISO t tii-e-prejildoot; Jo'm ,f. O.lvstrond t. :1.1. -jf'a >R \ few re8r.. ago

EDWARD BT'RKE. vlce-presidect. S. L. To. .." \ :* were uta.le to' show ti""T
2 p iC3l li 1A ; + date 6 :. ttC3' i, ; 1"< $, #

11 (: .urt.A l, it c .. e.n 4171 t--43j ..... j JOHV F onvr. retary aDd treasuii1': sod 'Im.iniv.( : tt. of ti-lit ]semi! < on moiike.. S You area ;sled cr
I4: 1ilP it 4. Ylae L. 1'a au.A 7 a C.01t'4 THO\I/.3 COSTIG.W. \ Ci"oll"all. Edward Burl", Joli 1 t Ol- \.Ia'i "'( mo,,1 cy i-or Is4' ....r a 'ntni S He is L ot. S -
7 21 f; $ o: ,ei ? I W EnWI nu \\'. W. Erwin and S L- .',.:'i-i>.)r r, 1 a-l a 'I,1t1'll to >rlti to i >pIIM 1"1 .- S He e
11 $N l1. Ark 7i.' t R6 a 7 1S t4 7 3S 1 .. pees ) tu an tip i' -
' S: L. rATTERSON. shill constitute; Cifc 110.1 < or .J lir i?r- of n 'r f. to ..1"! |.r"'l'nU""" A.'-
;:;: t3'p 'Lr \e.Lr .... f :61. .... .... I '' s by sellicg you tf the S
.. .. t 1. The organization brat anu'ialuetting or' nl: to Irnl p'a|! Konna'" who
,.- .... e.-tae. i.:. i..L t .... IL.I. bctt.m.
1 CtP : luT .a'. ... I.. ( 1 1S ; : ::... |1 CH\HTER i f tic .tool.hOl. <...1'1 K it IJI onlr fair to otate "bases cnwttm s-
ta7 27p 1117 Unu L i 2.t p' + a 1 4e3y.-.. CoOl
11 RI'! 21 1 1. p 'ea! 1 sTtona..l 2 111' I4 U s 3i 4 Uj -.. The uinlTclgned persons, Thomas held on the first iondlin, : A;>rll. A ": > the rt" \il:'the i>Onr tnonk'v-- uuroI Site iu'FFY your w....,. i/ you J,. $
... 1L7 rt 41 r. 31 $ to cr real ,
1.,.... .- 12 17 a 13 11 P 11 .\ w b6 r a- l 4)a) 4 .n d 1 C 11 I U I. I'oo-than. Edward I Burke:,John F. Olive D Ii4, In the city of M amt, HuricK e I- !:...1! off+ AIn the Harne Ii.. Met It yours regarding I cta S -
...... = 43 (' pill. ,
,..., 1 14 si d r p i 3 V 12C31.T- 7 +, .. 171. l rd .:1 r $3i' ... \V \\'. Erwin and S. U. Patterson, the principal place of business m Tho.1 ..- w ho were corseted and la.,1\ a 01 LL1 CouDt,..
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.,,,,.. C 4 P p 1 .Rkl..t i t1 t j h< rhr Kx-lale thenwlvp to 'thcr | -.;.d' company, at tV? ) office! of Graham 'tonre\ to the rreuiatlon: \'-..bill'" of : $ C.1! .al see

...... t 47 4 4 P t 6.r. 6.' t- I I --.p 3 $ f. 1 ...... 1 for the of hemming Inrorpor- Patterson [a,hioi:ahle women died in the ,paws of
purpose A Er.In! and there
:....,,,. ... 'tap lle,1.. rut.. lltli :.: 11 40 .. ; E. A. WADDELI.H I
%W ...., f :11 at.d under the laws of the State of i i alter on the Drat Aloud>#y In Febr i f> w day. as though stri ken bv some .
..... up S. u ;e.a :...: 1 mortal .l 1.tat. iBfonuation
..... 417 73 ItEw I41 ..Ft 11 r.-. ',I I3.u b 4'aU37p' ( Florida.' 1: .. .. .. .. .. ....
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... .. ...t.. .. .. The following! Is the proposed charter The officers and or l more a.railual procext ..at ailoptiilInetl !
,.... t / 61 p Ed a. t r. f a .. ..... oacJ director S riM t tat. B.ik, Mi.ai. Ha. 1
., ..J. It1 1u04a..... .. weeks In ; r
..'. si .. :: TI IY p; ....:': Sta. .. .... for the Intended corporation-: : of said corporation shall be elected at Home Kicklmera and su- $ i .
e.. /) P .. Etn1. ni d 1 1 i .... se .. ,I Article One. The name of the cor- the first annual meeting of the 6to.*- feringhile others the 'improvement' %,--"%--"%-""" ", ,,,
F.? (t p ., w, t J I.r 451 a bal .f
Se 1 $ !51 C. P i 13 W Pat, t<: err 1: V SO :7 p U. 1)45i { tl / I poratlon shall be the parle County holders. and at each annual me +_lns; .I w h"we figures extended. over a still -
1 e a $3j / 43 .Pam a h 7 CC pI lO tO V $i Ii $i a I ofoN
.. I lly .. h.Tea lrtrl $; etc Tide Insurance and Trust Company. : of the stockholders.thereafter: or If In :nora lengthy period did not succumbat TWO Id: BETTER THAN 05B-
/. I tip -.... ..Iel ''y / 67r 7t3. .. 11.I& / 1 i all!) shonins that tolerance Imam --
23 U P .. .. rt. L u er.t.l, 101 p .. S.. 4 I5 pp I with principal office at Miami. Dade any year DO regular anrual meeting Stare'fs a pointer for the Mtraorouarudrml

If .. .-.. 1ip 34 p p .. .-Hulahems l.EttS e 41)11y i ..:.. ... a.I aa a .... 17 P I County Florida for any cause be bald, they shall te rstabllxhed But the tolerance was established I : You want to ease money _
i.& i. U M 13 1 4l Ar .N.. ,1 l v 1 l0 ? 41p / a al ; T.. S i0 Article :T..o. The r nf'ralllature of elected at the next meeting of stockholder obviously at the expense of I awl "e know Low to help )uu. Acan .

transacted shall be menial martyrs to civilized vice fell fix it ... you pay a little more tbaa
the business
da aM stop M stoUo S rh.ra time l s*ot thowa.lackeonvlll I thereafter called for that purpose. In.. price of one and
paper the Sw.
I the Inrarl if the owners of' real estate. off grievously in a petite and spirits. you want. The price of ret the Daily .

Coaden.ed Schedule Between and 8t Angnctin. !Imortr: and others Interested Article Six. The highest amount of They were attack< d by gastric and Times-1'nion and Citizen ha recently

IfUali I In real < U Incumbrancers other Internal dieo ers They moped j I been reduced to the following price:
a owners Indebtedness which this :
K JaeasOWIUJr M. tf U..t'ORM.27' +''N1 s ** Me tht'M.. 3t ;I company may Three
ft n. AIMIKTMfIt. li.Uy Laud lialy Pa4ljr t Lady ( I.arl I L.1 y j lialy I IK)1y J' loss and lout flesh alternating between extreme : months.--------------- IIM
otherwise t
>galn> by ,
: time '
h to h M ti rasa at any subject Itself Is one-halt 1<11)i [ months- . . 8 lie i'
J..ka..vtlle_.. TII1.Nj tas II IS pi IMp IOp lOOp, 000 p IMpi SUP reason | Inrumbrances or defective of the amount of its then fully paid : langmir and marked nerve Irri! ;IOn.. year--------------------- g w

MAtt..ratr.ieai. U1. IUpSM| IUp 4Mp Up llplOM* titles; the loaning and In Teat- :i: In capital stock. i,j ability Their temper* rendered ,I Ile. !I We propose to send you both tbs

uurrnt .. tl''N.. M a Ii.l a.. 30t/K/ 7 t N..7N I Ins of money upon securities> upon Its I Article Seven. The name and reIdence *- |I them nnappruachal and although I I Daily and Sunday Tines-Union sad r
T 3AC1 OMYIU. Il.ty Lally I*hy (Sa testy h. I h/.ally Ire I DW y I Ia Ma I Ii.L, lily LNI, own account, and u agent or trustee I of the Incorporate of thU: I they did not die actually of stays: they Citixen 8Ismoa and the Maraopou for .

.KAS..a..... N TN Majll laa TtMa'lIKp' 41St1ire.1SNp1ee/, holding died 'within a few of some di.order Oae a..j.. 4. I S as)
for other persons; the acquiring I company and the amount of capital tear. .... ( M
I l.ai.a.;TUl.U MN $44 tli> 1t4pj ill Su 115liep{ 144 l of which were We will .ead you t.hei
using leasing Improving and disposing -: stock subscribed for by each are an stay i the nndoubt- Semi-Weekly

: The Tollowinf Art Through roQinan Train JU7III of property. real and personal : follow: Thomas Coatlgaa New York ed cause' I Maraorou TIV.1oa: and Cttixen: and SIll L

r [ TMHrl I Wtni* TMIHt the accepting and executing of trusts
and four
City ODe (104)
k W W M-M.W Ywlia4ri<>rM.irMUl I ea.. II aW l -Chlran* flortda pacal THE BEST COUGH SYRUP. ill x month for. ......t ".." ,
21 W U..o.tb.r y i rmlia Llaill4 I f a a. M aW et-Cate.ao..d PlortiU Lapel pursuant to orders Judgment and sharer; Edward: Burke. New York City S. L. Oo.'Nr. ... .... ..} ::. ... 15
k *a4 e.-.beard P1.rd. Umlyd _t .17a < l.-Tli rtnrldaIJnil ed iof ex-Probate Judge Otta-
decree of court record and by one hundred and three (103) shares; Thus for 58
Tb..e Irala. r..ed..et.dve'7 at rnllai.a Cars and axtra arat fara vlll ba rkarfa. wa county. Kansas, write: This. .ta cents more u... UM
}n.y .s..h..p.e.1.d.. tim tr&iaa.a vhlck a.astra,ar saat tars Is ahvavd. virtue of devises and bequests; acting John F. OUv, New York City, one price of the daily. you sri Cwo P psi's
1 f to say that I have used Ballard'. Horehound and for
i i ==an = u agent. attorney-In-fact, executor, hundred and three (103) shares; fifty cent more than toe re*'-
$ANToID 2iLNCL I OSAl1Q CITY BHAJTOH. Syrup for yean, and that I do alit price ot the M""<>' "., JOB ... c
administrator, trustee assignee, assignee W. Erwin, Miami. Flax, .. W.//not hesitate to recommend; It u the the gemi-Wevklj Time-Union aa4 ?tom
Snyso.s. I--r-; ITATro.s. tae for the benefit of creditor, re- Citizen and tb
1 1 p.ll iJSll l 1. 1 1ai (75) hare, and S. L. Patterson best cough syrup I have ever used." Farmer and Frail ,

Lv._._Tttw.l71.. ri U Si tlP 1l 1.'L' .. t.a'r..A pl flip cetTer or guardian: and owning and ) amt, FU. ODe hundred'' and fifteen i :5e.. 60c. and $1. Sold by Red Cross: Orowrr.Send jour
to L. ........ .O.teen- rl 11. .1 041. 1111. L (Ake el..a lOP I00p operating abstract book covering la..d (115) share I f in subscriptions to ni. Cu'
M 6. k rrpn.a......... II TIP 11 I. L Or.n city A 00D 44 Pharmacy. advance always at these price. ti '
1 N p.1, L a.rd .. ,. is 20 il aLIA .Ur.tliiy J..L. 13 111 title. In Dade County. Florida and I THOMAS COSTIOAN (Seal) 1. i wa .n1IOPOUI, -

as,l a.. S.BaANCn. the making and selling! < of abstract or EDWARD BL'RKE, (Seal) .1 Miami l'Jc I

p KAYPOET. a day searches of title therefrom. JOHN F. OUVE. (Seal j The orange shipments since our last -

eel Article Three. The amount of the W. W. ERWIN, (Seal) ,' report. Feb 18. bring' the total shipments -

d p .... 4.. a rl capital stock shall be Fifty thousand PATTERSON. :!,I for the season to 70,384 boxes
.JJra..alla. LL. (Seal)
Mw.s 14S P -... .... ..-t tI s as: : .
i : i.i .. t T S.a p dollar $30,00000). dirldad Into Are I I ore thousand boxes more than the Cooler & Baffler .
e1 a M p 1.------ +1tb' l.i 00 )
M 13 r ,--. .. .. .. .4.tet- .......,.: :'.... L 74111a p p hundred share of the par series' of STATE OF FLORIDA ,, largest crop ever shipped from the ..

- -- One hundred dollar ($100.(X)) barb COUNTY OF DADE: county The shipments for the :past
which shall be payable at the option On this day personal appeared be.j month Eave been by express, 1,816.; and '-
jCUHeMMEirHAVANA AD[ A7 a al aria sitAa13r. or m P. 4 0. 1.1. M.f* T FOI of the corporation In cash or pnpiTtr.real : fore me Thoma' Ctatigaq. Edward by freight 21)9 boxes.- There are still -

I KfcY WEST AND NASSAU. or personal, at a Just valuation B1rke. John F. OUT',. W. W. Erwin, 'In the neighborhood: of J.floO boxes to List Poor i roger \11\ ith Them.A .

to be, fixed oy the Board of, UlreUort i j and S. I* Patterson tome, wtll known be shipped. Vegetables) are now be- ..

i. Ta.a. Tina'TuklM. ..ho.tile ttijr*at vklrk (train nay toMB ..,.et1.d b arrlmaa .. aa4 a */ of this company at a meeting called a* the person described lii and who rfnntng tp move and shipments once fin puce r r"a front property.
)tk*anral MiV.'a..lM, Ihrtr arrtTal or v-rpanur*at U* tToa atavd la KM naraalMd, I with rIparian nib .Ubia
II follows- a. a few
hJ. .. for that purpose.Article subscribed 'their to the foregoing are as English peas.
.. name -
1M Coa paay ltealL r'' ,+ a.bt I' .y d.1ay.t ay .""'1. arlaE.O iMtV wino s walk of tll bu.inesseenterof
Four. This corporation thall article* of Incorporation M and' l"%t crates, green be..... 78tuie rates: let- 511'1111. beii..,.. :,'( feet 011 bay aa4 y

l.rCepyefts.I.OCAL2rMLCA3DorOt!:' IRformatioa continue ard hare full rower to exercise | for article I of Incorporation)I of the I; 1Y tis4eta, cabbage: ;1 harrels.ON ; "II) fart. deep hn nlr a lot ot flap

and operate Its corporate franchises 1 Dade County Title Insurance and tomatoes e> orates; K crate R .peppers: brarlr g trees 011' This I. a floe mrlare
"8E}: THE TIc 1bT; AGE> T." I for a winter borne.
prirtleges, power rind '-nrajnltles Trust Company, and did severally acknowledge C: era:as cokes-F.rtt :Mvers Pre *.

.tae X). J1AJm R. -A.sIt1 en. rue: 4 gent., ST. AUGUSTINE:, FLA./ for the terra" of nfaetyni.1e)9)! : that they executed the name f t313 helm "
,from and after the conntencement '
veais for the purposes and uses therein ex- \ F1.A. rloek.IIAJII. -
-- M Its corporate existence 1 Mrs B. W. Evans ter. Kan, (;
writes "My husband lay sick( for three f .
Article Five. The business of this IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
month The doctors said he had I -
rnmr.ny shall be conduce by aboard hereunto set m band and official: seal quick Wbite '
i 'H View of the Dau- ('cn)'u pilon. We procured a bottle rotUallarrl's Eagle Balloter Shoe/.
of live (S) directors B pte-ldcrl;; i i this 29th day of- February A

Th ---- I tint vice-president.. seconJ rice prrsl D. 1904 Horehound Syrup and It Fur) t fh.lrs.: So W1iliIf s.
e.i Art oiimodatioo* First Class. 'red him, 11lftt..u six pars 'ttLC6. : ;
!I dent secretary and treasurer, a. A ar.y (Seal) J. W. Hon F.R. end since then ve ha.e ales its kept &:.il 1 Stripe in the City.
I bother such officer s.agents or ,rrp4ioyrs Notary Public Iq and for -

j ti; Bag View D. :.1. Pro { ut may froth time to time be apU ntld d61 the State of Florida at Large i bottle In the bouse. We rnnot Atulthout A. COLBY Proprietor

Conolly, ;i i It. For coaght and colds! : Ii --.-- -3->U--Tvclftk- !%trctlClubbing (
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*1J : i I : has: no equal." :: ,. '5 :
i *'> Hotel. heri to TerminalOipos.te Par( I 'b" Red Cross Pharmacy.: I

v il.1 J. McDonS.VXITVRY des .

I'j .. I Drpot. ,I I Ia' I. a i :
I i i I The fifteen->rar ol.i 'snn tit Mr Fran-j jcs @ Rates.
I Mhami1.' w J Std.a : yl )Molt vt Sidney. was bitten >lon-
ay l> a large raltlfvualie wtitle In You can
I f I'Ll'MIUNCS 1 and > y( ;I sate money by subscribing -
I II ii, the potato patch and died ""torpiml'd-; for the
e I I' PLelnEH i! : ; papers r
I al all coutd real lh him.-Di' v i> ( 0
4 : .'diertiser i. >ou want through
I t'IJI'i.IES't' '

I Y theMetropolis.
ClmIi'l ad iicjch Jlitfsrj!
,- SEA BOAD The pre>cncetls < a number of ves- ,

All kind of b.-ela -- a week or i a ago: In Canaveral

I I 1 for wale I or rent J roadstead tor harI or suggests. the pos- I
Ai Rail a3'r .
: I slbllity of u'UlIzi g the aame harbor
I 3"i l t ttk 1 Slml! FU I We
I I I1dmf, for the landing ol oil barges to supply can give you the

:. 'paa l I -- the east coast ai d all south Florida Daily Times-Union and c

-va inah C'Jluqtbia. C-imiea. Southern'' Pines. with oil at grew reduced
y transporSocoa Daily Metropolis far

.RaleigtiRtchtiOai- Wailiia: ton, Bjltimard, MeN ell I & Co. tattoo charge....<. : News f to.ooa year or both .

PhiladelThree hia. New York.
i I .J IT SAVED 018 4AO.: for six mo ths foe

Ele.ant. Trains Daily. t Livery Feed and SaleStable P. A. Danforth, -, X La Grange Oa. ,. -OO.

Saab arj York Li M.ited.'eaboard .
': 3.v suffered for all ssoath with a frightful -
Seaboard Mail 12th Street. West of Railroad. *
Express; raaarag tor on his lag: kt write.

''I Modern F illmaa Exjuipment. XVe have genii horses broke for ladies, to ride and drive. that Bucklen'* Arnica Salve wholly The I ,
cured It In flv* day. For Ulcer,
I IO.N....t 'I.. T.rtt USIPI ..-,,,..,.." (f'1.. ..,._ ..."' ......., riltawM1I&U. Woanda, Pile, If* the best sake la .
1..U ..1..u. 4raar 'C". '." a assets. all .1IIHftt1ool..ep....... ..'10' Good Comfortable Carriages Daily Met rope/is
1&I&4.I..a I.ea..n.ti V+ *_ .....T4a MIII.cs..Iea"..a (he world. Care guaranteed Only 2S ,
.. ......._. M5rlsrNaUwlyd
ask s.vta.lJ.p w dally3e.J .8<10. .Itw 1
First class Teams and ; oInoI

a1y line operating daily throughJitcksonyille sleepers from dw

a t to Xew Orlenps. Reliable. White Drivers.. ; I I SemiWeeklyTimes'Lmon

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."' .full irtforntati4n aiiil

Seaboard, or write, fH! 1 11';. Twelfth Strr.t. $5.50 a year

A. MCDONNELL, &. Gen. Pisa.- Igt J tsonTi11e Fla.s. 041 "Florida Pastime" Inc.JSria( U-i j I I \\' ekJy Metropolis and SemiWeekly s

.. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.", Pass. Apt. j' I 1 I r= 4& Publishing Co-,: i High Grade Times-Union both 1'

1. beri. iwf ti. p.blirallee .1 a tra.at.ltS iii.-a3-e .' one year. $ r.OO. 4.
-- -- -- - : M-urauiMtrfkluclJi 11._".... 1a4 k.-..t .1,0*. Ua mtoa.*pf>,. wim. e.M..r.n.'..
4 !II'l'i .1.11! ,_ I. 1C E4lr4: by a a..,.. at t.i.prr l erne sad ..'''vr.. 'Hall t.-*r Piano'sAND
a pic ._ ta.d.s w ...i..a $fra.se ..e.ca i-.a.. i H...Y lewd. i.t.ry.riiI' to '....r
'SCR ".. JACKSO s ...t..... it ._ ,......." h.ms sear.M,..._ 3L00._ !
LGRAITAIJAMEA { Is. L ParrERNclt .. ... .. .. The
UpmALThe tt jo d Compaitv **, eta stare' "Hicalfe '" 4. a-Isis Pompano
... -l-1 I 8oc'w a.4 Tre. ..t..cripi na 111 1.1..1".. ......asd. T. 4e this tM _... Syr fa. .Arr ORGAN'S. nnp
.c'"k .ear i. ease Inr a HaillW Mute: blast Whnr act seed Ie 1..1 ei..raC.
.J"d1l1e. lLu,vrtk 4V.r.... ..!' .*! y_ will b..les.d l.>r fa. w tfm 4. nr-a.. ir __ -- -* tOr It*. McComb Proprietor
Dade uQtY Abstract (?o. ( 1--. ...... bsw ere oro" ..... ..Ia...p (5-wt a.d n...,.
.. .}*nic.l rad..n:iaifal will rataia* bTlaull -: .
im *nliat t,. a .....'il.1 Illhaa-iaukiill, Simplex Piano Player.Cash Pctaptao. Floridt.
t (IcCORPORATIlLt auana:r wrttia* taMrt are .1.... .( ar'i i .
Florida I -
el.ea.tt.e.veaee acvwa
ca.Uk writ today wvrtk"r 1* ..... -
MIAMI. or Old in- Accommodation fur goenUeenea '
BUILDING -( FLA. easy payment
C .r// Record ComviayJselaoarOle ktroroent* Uken ia cxchanire.T only. Produce buyer_ and a-

a' FJs- I.. >niofand| re vUtio '-) Call Ik-itor will find that the can!

T UW1 II.i. aodiapect otr ftme stock, of corer More territory u a ray J -,
r.nl.a..ee.er sa4 Iw/wel. .fTWa4KM ttrd MOa from here than from ...
a 4 i s X aac* p..pn M w : aew pcitIa. air '
qti..C..rr brttgri a..b..d anu., h *. [ pact Carte ................. ..... .. .. ... .... poiat oa the Uac. _

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; I Condensed From to the Comptroller -

'- ) 'iP pr ressiu Bal I/k I of Currency.RESOURCES.. The Fort Dallas National Bank of Miami guarantee

\ Loans and discounts. .fIU.777.lt absolute security for every dollar deposited with

Must,adapt itself to the need of the public. Many !I. Overdraft. .. .. .. .. .. BOB it. It has a capital of $100,000. Its board of

people have money on which they would like to i U. B. Bond (to secure clrculatloB directors is composed of business men of known
.. .. .. .. .. .... JS.000.00 financial
receive interest and yet have their funds instantly I I standing and coa..enati..m.uailable .
Premium U. 8. Bond .
ia case a letter investment offer l! on : : I The National Bank law provide tor a stockholder's
Stock Lad bond (. .
Our Saving Department m ets this want by paying +i Banking house. . : 40K9.U liability equal to his stock. This puts Sl ).OOO

Five Per Cent. Interest, compounded emi-annual- I Due from V 8. Trans U50.00 more back of our institution an aggregate of

I ly. and by permitting withdrawal. to be made U. 8. Bond* (market $200,000 between.our depositors and any possible

i without notice. vahM. .IM.MO.OO ms's.s -

.t We are able to offer the last mentioned inducement by Due from banks 4S.3Sl.zS The Fort Dallas National. Bank is directly affiliated
\ reason of a large reserve kept on all deposit Cash ta vault Z3.UI.M with two New York banks, the' Merchants Na

Cornpins ) i

$ SJ02.000. PC.183.J7 institution being a large stockholder and a Director
C \ I in the 'ort Dallas National Bank.

t Capital stock .. .. .. IIV"''" M
I .I I '}.'\ Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .' ? .

i I '\ Undivided Broflta .. .. .. 1.I7C.JO: '
1\ Orcalatioa, .. .. .. .. .. .. f*. **> **. II I II

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:!} HOTEL., ARRIVALS. ;!, .i:.. . . .. . .ieee-eee' eeeeeeeeeee" te e eeeee. .e >i. . . ._ . . '"

Florida's Famous Trains: %'
Newtraudt Cincinnati: a s. nut ..!o
S ; "New York and Florida I If .
,. Mr*. W. 8. Clark W. S. Clark West I Special.

Palm >Beach; E. F. McVeigh. St. Aagustln ': "Florida and \Vest.IndIan Limited." f I i

*: Jj' C. Somers, Asheville, N- I ,
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1 "" "Chicago and Florida Limited. I ,
C; Harry I O teA and wife, Denver
i Cot; Mr*. JJ. L. Tamer BaJ jmore. 'I i "The Dix lb Flyer." f.. I .

s PALM Sidney HOTEL B. Sevitt. Chattanooga; I. J. !i' The "L. & N." Montgomery Line. '

CTBrIsc.. Augustine; Graham W. !!Through Pullman Service from St. Augustine and Jackson-! Shoes Shoes

King TltB nile: T. D. Brown. West, I, vine to the North, East and West. For Reservations I II .
Palm Beach; W. H.: Cody Georgia: q.: or I Information Address ... .

i iM.Chleaco: :' J. W. York Boston; |j. A. Taylor, T. P. Agt. Royal Palm Hotel, Miami Fla., W. . . . .
,4-St.'Middliada,1 Tampa; C. F. Anstln; . . .
| Leahy. D. P. Agt., 138 W. Bar St., Jacksonville .'1.. W. J. 11'1
JacUoorflle.MONIEE I G. P. Agt., Wilmington X. C. '
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lira. J. B. Peodteton Lemon City; i I : 'l.f
Y 1 W. K. Bate JaduoarUle: Grant Roys. I | Louisville. March: -a-Th.. young ")
West Palm Beach; J. H. Uana. Perrtne j An, East Coast Couple Elope to Jack.
men ad of JeffersonvlII' were drown- J-
c. Dean CJnctanaU; W. D. ,
; p. sonville and Are Married. I led In the Ohio river'to-day opposite rF

Ne .oa. JaekaoBTfll I II'this city Their boat was upset bTth., . . .

; TNB- I Holland Johnson of Port Orange ac. /i swift current near the falls.. . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . .
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Teal. Buffalo:,companied by his charming wife nee' i I BRAIN LEAHS.

,"Mr.+; and Mrs. Lorenao Blsckitooe.J. Miss Florence Gresham Daytona.. sr- I ----
Opts; L. Rojrto. Providence: W. P. hollow
;, rived la Jacksonville Sunday nigh, i Purchased applause has a I
,1 Geovar. St. Augustine; C. J. OIlTeros, ij:I sound. z
e D. 8. C. Mrs S. and went Immediately to the home of 1 .
t*C ;. Columbia ; Mary e e e
} Tooher. Edward' ). Tooher. Newburch. Taylor McDonald No. 14J7 Ions street I Politics sometimes makes strange

i .N..Y"; W. E.'Oerow. Jacksonville. j, Yesterday moraine the bride's father cell-mates
Deputy Sheriff James Gresham of Day- .' WHITE liENS

,' A JVRT SECURED. I tons arrived la Jacksonville says the All play and no work makes'Jack a BLACK Sh es LADIES Shoes

i Times-Union *f yesterday and went :Dad bo1. /
And ;fTrUl of W. H. Follett. Charged Immediately to pollee headquarters j e e + TAN CHILDRENS
With Arson Becua. | A heart full of
t ; and stated that la'4.Ulhter had elop I hope makes. a face
full of light
ed with Johnson, and that she was under -,I . I
After :trying sine Monday moraine I OO< MOOOCwYwVYu
' to seen a Jury la the Circuit Court i .... City Detective Crawford was I When we fin up all God begins, to':' i mi
to: try the ',eas of W. H. Foll tt, i>!placed on the ease, but after searching: ,give'U everything. .
charted with anoafMinilnf E. N.Dimlek'i I I all the forenoon he was unable to find I . !

+. residence at Palm Beach last them. I k It takes something more than giving I i .

Korea ber- cited them at Mr. McDonald's home, see. M
this moralll..d the ease br\in: \ I II
on loos street,. and Johnson Some Ch.rI.Uu.'la.w..poII' padding/ i
Robert H. Sawyer H. W. Davis E4.1 j I went tc >MOOOWOOOOOooe
Moffstt. Adam CorvII. W. B. Spiers and !I poke headquarters with the detective their shoulders.. before taking up tht i iemcee. I .
I I There he met his f.tlaertaud .
H.T.; Sernna. ; LEATHER
he (Gresham 5.
) wanted him
arrested at
witness Sent
The Brat examined
was -
,taloe Dlmlek.'the eonplalnlaz witness once for eloping wth his daughter.Johnson Some people look on'arbitration as :I LINEN Shoes
being the thing ask
to for after they :
and kVwaa followed by Xn. Ella J. explained that tae elopementwas I CANVAS Z}
are whipped.'
nothing new, as they were quietly I :
Dtmick. Atxetta- Daaeaa. Amanda J.Rynaa. . '
.J. J, Ryataa.. George Butler married at Port Orange Sunday week I I R'les (I'' ,T l :
we get oar Sunday school or-
within few
flog Ue Stags a steps of the father; that i "
t gashed the infant class wffl be :
the had made
daughter been with net
living : 4
The State. atlll aas several more wit- '
= pisses to be examined after which father up to Sunday as they wished up of the parents. L:
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Y to keep the matter a secret ---- All kinds of Best High Grade Shoes
-,- .the defense will Introduce Ita evldenee. I atSewell
The lawyers are making a stubborn )lr. Oresham was very much outdoo* Mr. B. T. Klag, of fort ............ 1

'flckt. and an the wlt ess*. are being and stated that he would never hart i i jappU, d half a ton of,Hayes Fruit and/

subjected to rigid awl txamlaaUoa. anything avers to do with his danghtei ,,VIM to one acre of tomaUss, after

Ass as he did not approve of the marriage the Ant picking as aa experiment,... 'ShoeStore

Young Johnson' will return to Port Or-j got over 100 crates.'more aa a result
,Miami Coaaarratory of Made, I ssge today but his charming bride over 800 per cent oa ha ___.j _

rrwklto Colamaa Bush-director asTwatft win remain with the McDonald faml17\\of ", Moral: It always Bays to as.Stapes. 304 aad 312-12th St. ".
strwL .. -*M I uatU things quiet down. .
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