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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: May 19, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1, No. i ;. UOMl, '! < MIAMI, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 19. 1904. ttt.-: ; : Price 5 Cents

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JAPANESE f<.rmel New l that Cbnane the Japanese hare OPCOp.wl I LATE ';I RECORD( BREAKER ?TIIKRX\ PIIESI1YTERIAXS.ilolule. G. M. BROWN-


REPORT IS TRI'E.Aeim.ral i liar ly.--The fortyfourthKiwral
I ._ a-wmbly of the SouthernI're.ahyterian

Too Calilm Loss at a Battle- t vhunh convened today

+ LOSE SHIPSr hip and a Cruiiwr.Tocio Tomato Fields I S Been last Day. Week and First considered The moot important Is the proposed question union to be ol FOR DAVIS

May > Admiral Togo ha I Dama i Part of Month the northern and southern Presbyterian ,

reported a* follows: "Rear Admiral churches. The question of union 't
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Ifc>..er aiR that the .rrluHrr Kasaxit with the Dutch Reformed Church win 'i -

and Yoshlno collided during a dense also .be considered.CUMBERLAND .. 'II

Battleship Shikishima and fog off Purl Arthur .May Iii and the -- I
By the Recent
f'rtc .OoaVdrV7 leeks of Rata Will Use His Influence for
Yoshino sank Only V per c:t nt of PRESBYTERIANS.Meet ;

Cruiser Asama Sink I her crew were ......... The mf !lay Was thin By I has rilttj.s Site Sunday -- I .

the .battleship! H.t.aulnIck a Russian Mb to and Tan. t.CbeS DisI MO.lfld In Serenty-flfth Annual Session His Nomination
mine while cmlstnc off Port Arthur .
I at Dan. Tex. j
.,,[ and manic. She aicnalled for heO i Dallas. Tex. May 19.-The seventy-, -
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sand Instantly struck another mine 1 I ., fifth annual session of the General As- !

AT PORT ARTHUR HARBOR sinking In half an hour. Three hun The tomato semblrof the Cumberland_ .... ._ .___ PresbyterIan .
I past lay, week and month to BROWARD'S LAND SCARE
dred of her crew were tared by torpedo ;''against them all Bret beea church was called to order this ;
had a record breaker la
boat : suit many of .. matter af precipitation in this city. morning with there hundred delegates ;
' |: present. -
disheartened and
i section= and aa a remit not
C-OHEASS AXXl'L TREATY. J out)
I future they will I' streets< Ue city but the woods 1 I Dr R. M. Tlnnon. retired, moderator :
1R first Her Entire Cre .
losing -
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1 i to eggplants farms (. the (JOU.I.re orerIrrepalrable |! preached the opening sermon whenan Was Simply a Vote Catcher aaJ Mr.Brcmn .
Washington.
Information Begeve -i;ii May 19.-IIDI.tn AI-I{i produce not so I, and ,, adjournment was taken until this
Relable-.Il
damage banUe
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ten rabies the Slate
Department
from :
weather .....d..1... afternoon. Day and night sessions kmrn That Mr. Dtnbffl
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Seoul that the Conan
government today -
ese Continue Destruction onband 1 issued. an Imperial decree annulling : The early the*first of the month there will be held and many Importantgiwstlors Do His Duty to the State -tk is
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effected materially ... 1| are to be considered and derided. :
been U7latbft .
of rainfall S W
all treaties with the Russian
By Tearing up Railroad awrernment tinned drouth ... of this baring occurred dace'' Confederate Veteran Us
This Includes the ...ull- and Comrades -
Tracks Capturing Supply Train etc meat of the Valu river concewlona.ROLLINS loss as the early aae i Inches or this. latter ,
itable. Now the staet last night at ( o'clock PRESBYTERIANS OF AMERICA.To I Connot) 60 Back oa tam'i I

-Russians Are Be+\Udered. COLLEGE. past few days It to noon oday. the greater part ot.:
i the late crop or deluge C 'down between 5''' Consider Question of mittag. Wit Wql Give His Hearty Support

> An Error as to the Purpmes of This early la the 1 o'rloct tkla moralns Cumberland Presbyterians.

I i> Institution Corrected.' Ue late crop or ._'I sad 1 o'clock there was I : -

" 4 Oee/oo, May n-Thirteen Russians lug oa the Tines I deluge of'water and ail traf I Buffalo May, 11-The one hundred. v
arririag lien from Dalaey this nom ;i; Editor Metropolis, total lone. temporarily .....41... The streets '. and sixteenth annual assembly of the The unexpected has happened, bat

lag nay that darlac the bombardment Dear Sir: A dispatch emanatingfrom Mr. J. H. God .. over. tawed and catch basins and Presbyterian Church in America, convened It furnishes the real political __- '

tt Port Arthur by the Japanese Man- I Chicago baring been widely copied -' dear Cutler came wen Inadequate for Ue tax on I here today with a large attend ., tics of the campaign ao far aa Ueiaeronif

nay afternoon, the Japanese bettle- 1 la the press of Florida, Implyingthat reports that there .. i ...... Seven hundred and tea 'I contest to concerned Hon. C. :

ship. 'Shlklshima and the cruiser Rollins College exists. primarilyfor downpour of rain OM comer of Twelfth street sioners are entitled to seats, tomm..I'IM.I Brown Ue candidate for Governor :.

..Aaa.k mines and amok.Bhlktohlma the education' of the Cuban youth Sunday, there bel. A._ .D'south to Fourteenth resenting l.tjt.800bfn, jno congregations !,1}, who made such a good rua. securing

struck the mine she sank aDd the children of the American trident toinuons rain all the 1 tier was up almost to the and 7.COA ministers.. :I II i,.; nearly i.ooo rotes,. baa come out .,

.at once and that the other vessels had In Cuba, rnu will. I hope", gnat completely flooded ..!' aafc at the comer of Avenue One of Ue main question to ne o a- : squarely and emphatically for Robert .

to time to tears her new the maJortt) me space in tour columns to state the matoes. and that .4 Thirteenth street It was over,I sldered. Is the overtu'a from Il. CinJberiaad : W. Darts. Mr. Brows lau been In the :,
of whom were drowned. The Asama facts la the caee. yesterday sidewalk'on aVe east .... Presbyterians, which! seceded I II i'city for several days, but returned to .

was beta* towed by the other vesselsof RoUiiu College was founded alneI nearly. up to Ue otW thoroughfares of the city I; from the main body In 110. on doc I Ocala this morning. Before his departure .(!J'"!

the bombarding fleet when aM sank.I teen Tears ago for the purpose chiefly many places. He also overflowed bat not so badly '"trinal l gronads, the overture, a-.>i>lcg be was seen by a Metropolis reporter

The-Russians are very pofcltive la 'lot affording the opportunity of a higher la that section are oa the above-mestfoaed street a 1'f'tID'.II" the wrest SoTBVBOXIC and said: g

f Information which they claim education to the yoang people of and that Ue crop to jr n had. condition-at all "I thank from the bottom of my

.to bare secured from the eommaiunnt ;Florda: to this purpose It has always There are no ? MoJ&reaUy la 'need of work PLAGUE C.\*t: I heart the thousands of active friend Sf.
adhered ard adhere A end of the county, who. cham 'tree r y e .... In the
office at Dalny. who bowed them a| ; today. aecoaidiry to IfrBSTiailai and mesas of ear- ,, primary -

_ telegram a telegram containing. the t aim hat always been, and still i.. lea over the eaU, c ofwater.'i.. .; : New' York. May n.-A dispatch" to just cloned, mpedally. the old ,;.

Ca..v: J -..... 'I'Mr .... ... -- aJ"V'" th. ari-I--7,UoaJUa. .. .' -g*hay aaf........haa at-1 I U* Herald ifrom Ta? inraso. ChilJ.says .i'i Confederate veterans who stood for !+
t...... that the bombardment began at*''ter to sack youth aa are threatened ;greatly affected been at a standstill all the week that eighteen new ..,-,a of tra-I'me shoulder to shoulder as they did -Y.. --

1 o'clock Monday afternoon and that la their -health by Its rigor and o> These conditions j I I account of Ue wet weather and bon>c plague late .beenrenorwd InAntofogvtahr I when the shot and shell were flying

two boon later Ue battleship, went (close confinement in 111-veatIlated lag to Ue .. I are a number. of o.tsi waiting tie lut.0 days. { fast and thick above us 1 la the C1 'H .r

down- .school rooms, and at the tame time very little from the conditions' to change .before War knowing a* they did. that I t

Several Russian torpedo boat went r give them Instruction fully equal la lug Ue height of .. All other lines of business DAIT.HTER3 OF COXFEDERACT.ll would carry their flag In the civic .

oat to meet the Japanese fleet bat the !every respect to any that can be bad market was well .been materially effected and the persons Interested in the orcsnlza'lioo conflict unsullied and unxlalne.1

latter rewired some reinforcements ,i'1'1. the North. The education of young depending upon 'tn.'A' .. ::al opinion ,is that we hare had of the Daughters of the Confederacy "I cannot find words that will adequately :

.cad they retired. They atate that the!1' has always been entirely subsidiary prices are good to enough for the present .leant\ are requested to meet at the ,...- express my ralitnde for their

. entrance to Port Arthur wa blocked to these two principle objectsfor the bole. ;, "* In Ihii respect may lie en- 'Hence of Mrs. \\'. R. Ham..,.. cornerAvenue support. For ror opponents I entertain -

by only one of the sunken Japaneeetjsmen. which the college was founded' It STATE .,.:ed br the official weather fore B and Tenth street next Monday the kindest feeling, and 1 hare

but that It was removed. I baa been felt that It was well to re- : furnli..Ue
,.thXiZch the channel U still dangerous i;rrire, a certain number" of carefully selected Mr. J. D. Adams, I w filch announce fair weather to- "interested Is urged to attend aa a fullm"Un. Inc mud attempting: to place .before i

; to ..Yl tIoL A.d that the Russian. ] Cubans and give them sues met with very t a-d tomorrow, though the rllmat- Is de'lred. the people. In. It'r and) unbiased :,
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:- tINt.... been ordered to remain 1.- training In the political. Industrial, raising English... : prophets sometimes make pre- manner the ir*..f* I stood f..r "

L aide the harbor until the arrival of social and religious Idea of Americanlife log Ue variety I a widely different' from the SAFE BLOWERS AT WORK. FOR BOB D\V1S

Admiral Skiyrdoff. as would make them leaden In garden pea and The thermometer" reading at' Mr Brown mac then aslel lir the

- Communications north "of Pain) I the development of the new republic; ,. eighth of aa acre. today was 7S with a minimum One or more safe .blower, whoaeIdentity reporter the ixwitlon he would' tae .

c have beencom pletelyaevered. i I the number received., however Is small high as three and rei of T n during the pant tmenty- up to the prevent time Is unknown In th eeecond primary '
, I and these blend without difficulty lathe off of the ten rows hours. li'it who. It Is thought, belongto "After giving the matter serimn and :
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'.. L'l.A. TERRIBLE PLIGHT. ,, general student body. During the mates that he will I I the gang that hate been committing 'deliberate thoughtBald Mr Brown,

=- I present year lens than a dozea Cubans Ue row. He tells of the candidates who survived 11.111' ''Tedatlons throughoutthe "and taking Mifflclent time to hear !

,f Japanese Conti Destruction and bare been registered, out of a total enrollmeat gaged to sell the first primary and are eligible to State, n..... haul In Tarpon from my friends throughout the State

Russians are Disheartened. of nearly 2on. AH of them bushel. He will Springs: Thursday night. The news and after baring an Interview with
{- In second
the voter again a
r I If are of pure Spanish blood and many little sum on his 1 was brought to Tampa by T. M. Jones Capt. RV Ptis.. In order to a..certala -
New Chwansi liar IJ.-A courier of should encourage .,.,. are Hesitating about under 'of that place who was In the city .t
|of them are from families of leading : how he utood on the t* ue*. |
!the. Aaaodoted Press, who arrived' I' Influence red position. next year.-Lake << the expense Incumbent upon yesterday. The mlwreanU liMIt broke bare decided that Capt ti..III' recordas

'herejnst before midnight last night I Rollins College exists In the main port" I .... campaign Mr. Joseph. Lynn '. Into a blacksmith shop and stole a a Confederate noliiier and expecla. tI

,* fprti that the Japanese fleet had for the young people of this State. It ,| & of Ue Democratic Execut're i number. of tools proceeding' from thereto I ly his position as to Ue land Interests I

;bee sighted from the twer'oa the bin has recently secured an endowment The orange lro. ', was Interviewed upon the Dunn's bar. where Mr. Jones Is .an 'of the State anti) along all lines which .
tea miles north of Kal Cbou sad that I Ity are making a this morning by a Record rep- There they wrecked the safe'blowing
I fund of more than $9>n. M; It has a : employe. the people are Interested., aatlsfactnrv. 4
the fret had bombarded the onset extensively beautiful campus of twenty acres, and 'crops with Ue .". and said that the tint pri It Into atoms .,ltd secureasbJNit '11 I feel h my duty to the people of FlorIda -
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coverlag a distance of IS- 'I eight eomaxMiloas buiKPngs win. The long continued. cost over ij"". and he estimated : $:.V in .....b. Thirty-Ore dollar to give Cat*. Darts my hearty and S

...... others to be erected' la the near future I been hard on ... Ue second would not cost less hi ia plain envelope .belonging to Mr. zealous support during the second primary .-
The fleet landed a force of marines grovea the fruit to He said of Ue candi blown the room and
; It baa more than a score of highly U"O. none Jones was across campaign and I believe it I* to
which .&fthed.J miles Inland accomplished teachers: It offer Instruction : there to a confident had as yet notified him of their ': was found by him the first thing the I the Interest of the people to ruminate .. j

\sad destroyed tor esPeo of railroad In eight different departments will cling to make a to enter the second primary next morning. After the crime at him for Corer.ior of this State."

track 'and otter property captas n tKnalaa -the College the Academy, the I, of fine fruit If not a I asked when the time for such Dnanla4, the burglars dynamited rn. "The main Issue of his opponent.Broward. ,

. .._,. tsu-y train and ifmrtf School of Music the Business School ty good fruit.-West would expire be said be- safe at O E. Nobllfs livery, grain and I la the State toad 1

to the fleet nlth a number of --atta.aatoBate the School of Fine Arts the I Ji e e Ue Xuth. The committee: will meet fertiliser establishment securing considerable tion..

sad native Jri.e-. Tie rermbarked i School of Domestic and Industrial I! Micanopy suffered 2uth and levy aa aasessmeatl I money, the exact amount of I 'Yes.replied' Mr. Brow. "I know
. left the vicinity of the at'a late hoar TIle. .
and the number of entries. left their .
known. They
Arts, and the School of Expression. It.. to which to not .this, sad I- want tA-- say -mmntmtlmllw'thai '-pn"
topi*_lag pines j,has aa fine a gymnasium aa exists la j I cost H. W. I .. was unable to say whether | stolen blacksmith tools at Nobllfs after the. position taken by Mr. Brow.

The traaaporta soon afterwards I' the South and a fleet of boat sad I .... their raw mill and state candidates ,,: Ue burglary. Mr. Jones' tanatody I and .to without foundation and I know ..t

could be seen from.. top of the kill paper racing shells oa Its chain of} being tots"*- .<< ) pay their prorata of the expense : who lives 130 or 200 yards from j that the people hare been foiled. by. i
It U believe' that the landing was a / not discovered till It J second He mentioneo I i of business heard the .
attractive lake; and Its student body j jto primary. :Dnnato place I his. misrepresentations. and I propose
feint, to wrer moremeata elsewhere: characterised by Its high moral. headway. and ao-. that at Ue last election sev :i, explosion which wrecked the sate | for Capt. Davis told me In Ue sacred.sees .
A Moment aT It...!.. lafaatrr ,..1 t. role e aorta ._.t ..lam-- _..-+ eoantleU tailed __ hold a sewn d followed by other 3
-- -- social and Intellectual tone. U view to but M It was not any | of a personal conversation that
taraed hew ratH'daT.on.. men seem of these facts I feel that the press hapatch ,'anopy. It wad ,.., : baring no money available:, disturbances. Ue lady did not consider jbe had serer considered the charge ;

to be bewildered sad disheartened and above referred to does Injustkc flames, with Us in purpose an* receiving none It necessary to raise' an alarm.- { seriously because It was so flagrantly of
the omen are maable to form permaa.at at hand. The saw ", outside candidate There are Tribune. j
Ue
I to the institution. Hence I ask Tampa misrepresented that he did not see
plan It.. believed here the a Installed' a short wb' and It costs $10 for
yi.. to Insert this note correcting the prednctt. how such statements could be for a
. authorities at Mukden are small rapacity was officers
:Russian Inspectors clerks and LIVELY CONTEST.
-- ,I' moment lodged In the minds of Ue
responsible for this radiation. The loss wUl aszr n : 'I&t. Dis .
estimated at
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Thanking you etc. I remain, alaIrtrely One vote with every tea cents pal people.Capt..
naatioa are uarellabJe There are It .to not brows wt and later collecting ballot .
your. for nbaerlpUoa to Ue Dally MetropeUs. Darlscontinued' Mr. Browa."assured 4
way Japanese spies m the vicinity. William F. Blackman property /na pTN': booths etc, .to also a heavy ex me that he would suffer his
On has been executed and It la be- I Th origla of the II, Then comes printing and nn- which can be need toward paying ',
: President. .'right arm berg severed from his. body -1 i
he a Japaaeaa army' oflteor :Oalaeanl S..' Much some worthy young person's way,
Herod wa ?
Incidental expenses. ;
Winter Park, FUu May U, 190{. |I before he would allow a single acre of
The Raaataa drQ authorities,. ;i e e e on Ue number of entries through a correspondence course la !I toad to paaa from the people to
anybody
De aso.DcIa to tab over' them Hoa C Jt Brown has b". the manly One of :... taco who are eligible decide to try wok-keeping or stenography. For fmC: I Iread iparticulars without being so directed by the
"';' ''''.psi government here .bat the I thing U coming oat In support of'kU ftlaM IISH.-K tan% in __ttee win. not be PO ;
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ue Mil-page a. I coons or ue Legislature i nn also 'j
o Ts,I aboy little dlapoaltloa to do ao.eoatiave former opponent Hon. K. W. Da- for some time wa Angustlae Record. 'j
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dfts capturing rich Cbl- risJIr. Brown'i strength la tke pd meeting Thursday ... nouacement In to-day's paper. ithat Capt. Davis to In fan accord ltd
will stand by the primary systemHe
was largely due to the support Editor J. H. Hum- r
a... sad holding them for raaaom.The mazy was relieved of the friends of
Every subscriber to the Daily Me-. ; to also a strong .believer la the nitI ;
rUaeee make MO _plalDt8. of the old soldiers and It is properhe nehool debt the of Braldentown will be glad
tropolto can aid some deserving young
I rod _lIIlardoa, and win do his at-
shomM come to the ream olhU nominated .. .
now
fearing aaaanalaaUoa.DENIES trict having assumed that be was .
man and woman In securing a hnatneaf- IIIoat to strengthen Its "
comrade eapeciahyea be to DOW district tneiu.B. j power
win relieve the for the education by using Ue ballots to which
JAPANESE OCCUPATION. the auperor of his riraU Broward.U aggregating about $ and DeSoto covntlea. There
they are entitled oa payment of sub
1 The Servian ruler continues to show
9L Pte-tmrc. May !'.-The Admiralty every vuallncatton for Ue goreri i to the statement of '" maa IB Florida and tills .. Read offer.
scriptions. oar on. sixthpapa.
desire of Ue
earnest to Jump out
....... If has bee omrtally lay -, aor ,',. board.-OalBeevBle to represent Ue people Jan
[king row.--Cleveland" PlaiBdealer. .

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6EHEKAL DIRECTOR Abernethy. J. C. Kong. H. yAshoj ,A LITTLE NONSENSE.The ALL OVER THE HOUSE. i 1! WARMING THE FLATIRON.When CONDENSED STORIES. -.

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STATE OtriCEBS.trmai Alk act. H F. l.&S&11. A. LBroan Nativo a>M the Travolor Who Was Kitchen Convonioncos Which Will Conserve the thermometer Geed and S..ff>cint Ma For tKComatiwi .t '
-W. r Janalair the Hotisowifo's. Strength. dropped!
.. Male--H.U Cra....rd. W. M. Leer: C. D. kookifig Information.The far b.-low zero latt IVcemlier good of HMtiMiM..
,.mire- ""'.. C.t no.. )McDonald A.. Nine out of ten women alto do
Bu.h. F C President E. Alderman of Tn-
trawler of thetar
11-\. kttuCLirrwv .1t'1'1..1| | | out i heir own hou orL. that the Mrs. Rogers .a> much disturbed at
>e
A wnl J. H. w httaew.rprreste.dr.t.1 Burdine."X. n I.yll.rd. W. t.Bytngton stretch IIK l I.;,-. a let M Inlet betrjinnieii forget the recollwtion that HuliUli" the lane university, when be wa in
Public Irstructios-a. hue
"ato ill
II. -LS : E. T. :Merritt.!1 Z. T. were d l< h..i bm."What strength: to ate It. New York the other
a.w.Mtrrr rat Arrt<-ulI"I'f'-I. 1. :lhU.a G. l..rll1jt a It should' |"e eeronian'. hobby. new kitclieniiuid slept in an unheated day was tellingsome ,
jntaat-bMM-nl-J C. K.FOMCTrd Bra-ty.E. 1. )Mater tOlll" i. this: I.d.lId tothe ; ritom."HuliUli. friend about what he coasid- '
It Ih..r dutt..
... .. .. : .. H. do her a orL ati'4ily
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fr tr* latmal la"-o99.1 Bailey. B. )L Me.ers. ,iinin "
the
hlT.fcOTrroor. 1 OBplrullef Tr..a.ui.r. M njtmon station as ..". ible. If her .kitchenu she bald rememberingtlie eyed the queerest 1 reason he ever -
.U".i .......l arj rirBioHtni-m-r .. Afrtkuw Budge H. C. Ione. Fred S. platform. | olI'u-tolll of her
good
girlhoodIt' heard for the
I. .... veil and i.eh' furnichcd! with su.pe ion ef bOitili-
o1 Mirattoa-TBC 10.-...... **trrlarj I Brossler G. D. Moore. T. V. *"Nmiie"on the sign up there," the necessary uten-iU, half the vie- )going" to I III' pretty cold tonight. ,tI ties. His nephew, who i i. a cadet at
aadtomo
9t Ma>r, Anurorffemcm.. Tnwurar J. )1. lcDon.ld. W. H.
Burdtne replied the njlni"Oh. -. '(I I think
had better take
*s4a l e f Public iBMrurtluo.ioartof M won. So i' sou a tiati West Point had iijlit
.... .. _. F. W. McKlnnon G. A. dry many housekeepers |I a not long ago
State .. '''' "0"' BaC'kua. \e--1'rejryhurst. how Car iron to I lied withou.."
aeer.tar7.4" 51m1. Tmnufrr AU.rse,4.ser 'get along most and say, and it i, i. with another cadet. Each of them
E. V. SeIIlOD. Edwin l'br..aoo"
Blackman "
IM. tfeojJBimno/rT of AcrtmUura aDd ........rID.1Ie..I" 1* it to ; ; | "Ye't. ma'am aid Huldah ini
fmbllc lB.roc MB. Challis W. H. Peek. R. J. ") oull tint that on the i sign i too." a "erj unsatisfactory way. It if' mild and weigh. about :00 fiound and i* very .-
.ce.rd. ol PardonTin ooTercor. rrnar! economy' to u\e'in the kitchen j i e\premonles anent.Mrs. muscular and athletic.Ilow ,
at _10'. AUac.,-..*a Tal a-.* C_ojl* loo- Cohen. I. Prout. W. W.Cheatham u:>.> it i.-fmirtevn mile Muth I Igor I lingers:: slept soundly and
,. I 1 to spend in the > .rlor. j did ?*
w Aarwvlsus S. LConrad | long fight inquired -
J. H. Patterson butittes. done I.n'o""Xot ; you
free from in the beliefthat
N-'e.Cse.ed-L Eo a..rrluI Have in kitchen. care, secure Alderman
J. A. Farrtah; Allan ILCrosland. much. "Kifx you jour potato President of the
I: COl'BT JfDGE | u* pretty busy ricer? It satet a world of ) the mail was comfortable. In nephew."About.
potato
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J. G. Rhodes. R. W.Clark. though! maidin i:. the she visited
ft r. Ta>.kir. CUM Juolko. P. C. Rose C. J "Had! great dial of rain in this i mashing and makes. the potatoes kitchen.Well morning. again the two hours and a half.. -"
t. B.tarter, AuarlBVjaiUC '
and fluff! '.
N H. )1--,. --late Ju.Urs.Le..ss Drake. Gaston Reilly. J. B.Douglas section ;?" light ) Iluldah she was the reply. "t
W aay of tie tttr oBrlaM Have ,ou a good chopper| ? It to, asked "howdid -They tell me that it was thf
Dr. W. B. I
*C afl JBO C* shield boaadfcweU. Eo B. RUlh. Well, me hain't proved webs on1 you get along with the l flatiron '
r. can sate the bit of meat and fiercest th..t"er took
Sw..ee. Yi* I Dorn J. K. Rumph Edw. bar feet let" you :?' fight place at

8E1UTOBA.B. Raulerson C. H. save jour strength and tim ,,: the academr. Were you very badly :
k. Erwin W. W. "Any nesapiiper published in the i HuKlnh breathed l of'
; Io you use one of the extra large a deep sigh hurt ?"
"
.. Jean r. TalIIB1flN, .I"wllk. I Enloe Dr. G. Rumpb. Geo.Frlssell loan? rwollectmn.Veil ,
bo*. MrohcB L Malls,,......- O. c. SAlford. 1. B "So .ir. Xothin' but the Drearyburst egg beaters ? They are made for m-Tam." she "1 only hope the other fellow wan i
said fcl
Rot "
hotels. and beat the in time. hurt half much.
D..M LCUNO&&ItaIMI:: J I eggs no as
Flanagan R. s. Sewell. E. O.I Democrat: v j it DHHtarrn .before 1
i Is the lid loose from the coffeepot morning. "Which got the wont of it r-
,-. Mouiet (ovbnHBC tko But Ceu&1a. Frederick J. S. ttaielby. J. G. Much building: going on h. '" South' ('oml>llniAn. t
.... ... W. Du ...P.l.tke.e..4 rr..... J. I ? -&th.-
Su1m c. F. I
r. Some. Abe fert chick'I, ;
DisCIora. r.: apsrkaaa St put up a
I Are the "knobs" oft kettle
j 0er1ae1t. A.. P. your coved "Anybody separate lour
Saps Smith JallalClrtmu. en house last. fall. Th. Je._. .elder's K.tio i.. i
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KAIUCUAU COY TRIUW W. James Stos.maa F. B. "You don't have much business Rear. -.n..l. dried fish. ..". the uniform -
t60mpb. C o. Il Hate you a small dipper for dipping ; 'I I "What made you stop then"
I Sulzer A. E. to do joursclf do ? fool of the Japanese in1
old B ....-, 1 Key WMI. Ck&lrmu.L. you I ? army asked Dr. Alderman. y yWeil
soups
L Bwr. UBlo IU or.J.L. Gantier T. N. Sb&IIab.D. )t. "Yes, ,ir. They keep me down rainpaipiinj tiiue'. 'Tin i ill tlievar1in -
Monu.JOOBOT.1L Graham S. Have you double boilers for'your you see, we heard the dinner
I Sewell. John which the rice
C. DM*. Motion. Clerk. : here at the, deepo to answer fool cereals ? is conked : It i* belt ring." .
E.de.aean. aM .e- of tko BOM a Oarthlldt, C. H. S..mOUl. R. H. i qut'litionL""So I boiled until quilt thick and gluti-
,. j Have salt and
I Gl'&llllIa J. C. lawtelJe. I. P.Oallatt. I I perceive. Well, my friend you a large peppershaker nou.. Next it !ii pUt-ed on a ceramic -
u. a.COM Missionla.loka r. Sh.w. H. B.Outler. for the "kitchen ? SoHltor Pairkaoka' Ancoatora. .
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lab rolled
and
you're rather too many for me. Do out rut into fquarea.The ,
I R. B. Tailor. R. R. / Make the kitchen duties as lightas I There was a celebration of the-
L BcUl*. Mla.L you ever take a drink ? Hiiariare then placet) in thesun ,
SEHATOB 11VB DIRT RIef. Orlflac. A. M. TureaxB j. LGtrtaiaa '"Som ilDt'L" I possible, and keep your kitchen In dry ami often turned. When two hundred and fiftieth annivel- -

,a...ataa he.ar aM JH C1ieeJ W. H. Tatnm. B.Hays. I!: "Then suppose jou go to the utensils in order. hard a. sea biscuit and greatly re- I of the founding of the town ol

M. L .. MBUC. I'ala Boaofc.H .. I .. J. H. Tatumv J. H. | pump there and help vourtelf. I see I II I How t. Make Hook. duced in weight' they c" 0'be .tore' .. ma. L. E. ,
the train U moving off. (; certain numlier are allowed each
>U>B COCBTT BETBXICKTATIVB. Hunter J. O. Watson C. H. | Chicago Tribune. The sponge for rusk is usuallyorepared : day to the IIOM"r.11| | he has to do i I, the principal addresa. When it

5 eir.M. w. Ire, PuHweL: Hill William. Whortoa. F. H. I bY'I'I at night or early in the i i. to break up a square in boiling came time for the senator to speak;

DAD GOCXTT OFTtCKW.CMMf HoUnrtnrton..11 !r.! W.lte. E. L. i! tad Atfvl_ morning. One recipe' calls for one water anti) to add the dried fish la the presiding officer did not rue to

Jog,-An.. L Boys r. Ml- Hejner A. E. Wall T. A. cup of milk, scalded and cooled ; a few minute he has what seems to introduce him.

irk-MM it AUorMr-J OreoH Cent T.u4 SoMon BoowLC. Hiaart.. .t Lied. I Hall. W. W. Whaler H. T. i one tablespoonful. of sugar one-half j him a delicious thick soap. If he ".\re yon not going to introduce

ttairtomi,COOOOOTK Otese.a.rltJ.a. Hahn P. W.. Worler. O. A.Hugh. I teaspoonful! of alt, one-quarter of ; cannot procure boiling water, hesimply me?" asked Fairbanks."Oh .

Fokeek.X-L 1, a cup of yeast and two cups of !flour. I : no," the presiding officer replied -
r.OoeurotTuoo-TkM.J. ........ Cs.- ". W. D. Wilson J. I.Hora" I I eat hit rice cake dry. In the I II '
t When well ril ._ I J. W."oodworth.. J. T. I fruit season be substitutes fruit
of Tavo-B. ..Saitta, Mia at I I make. stiff
to Knead and
.is i-C. 11.......... Mlaail. Jones, U. E. Wilson R. 8. a dough. f j when he caa obtain it for the &..h.i .- '
... I I let it rise then add
reseH.p.AMrd.ss rwoiie 1.T. Kolb. A J. I 'j.in. onequarter London Truth.
Xtmaalea. C. L.A ,
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V
ir--L .mu.B.e.a i
i lsrd sr Otutr c-N-Geo. W. of a cup of butter rubbed to a I

Ls.Srt. wes hi. HearS.: F.C. SURE THING Y lV cream ; half a cup of sugar and oneegg. I A PaUl Duo iotonii .hoooi i
.. P.Uurd I I
JopHor L L Meni.iM.A4.awuVilul : .
; B. A. .....-. omunlAodilor beaten with the butter and The skull of one of the four horn-
MWO: L Co .--.. Crrk aM ofutccrr I I 1 I Let this rite in the bowl I ed of of QS
...,.,.llilaaL sugar. race cheep, Spanish origin,
COURT or srvrsra JCDICIAL It ID Mid that nothing is sure except'death until light. Shape into round biscuits { wa exhibited at the last meeting' of l

CIBCVIT.iBaikraelM and taws, bat that ta not altogether fff' place in a |lien clo-e togt'ther.that 1! the Zoological society and excited (

Dodo.. oUot_IIM..I) true. Dr. Klnj'i New Diaeorerjr they may rise high. When much interest on account of the

."jcm*Joaao-MlMrS. Jooo.*fm.. Tttamilo Orlsadur. f for Consumption U a rare cure foi ready to bake, rub the top ...itb.up'r I: brain ca.e having been split in two ,

tart t1UC.ovl-LLCCrDDsrbb1) ..-t..... 'jail lung and throat trouble. Thousands -, I dissolved in milk Sprinklewith : by another ram of the flock during
c..n_..... PIn II
Besday>11 Tom,slier of Foank Olrvolt ttantn IB : :e.rt.M i can testify to that. Wrm. C. B. t II I dryisugar and bake. in a mod one of the butting duel which theyI

.('jnocTcrao.ar ta AptU* rent MowUroo ft I Van Metre' of Shepberdtown. W. Vaajrs ., I erate o..en.Another. I i in the habit of fighting. Hetir-

p: DADa CDCVTT COt IT. "I had a severe cue of Bronchitisand I recipe for rusk is one 'I ing a few ands with head lowered, i

\ ....tp Jadae-lines L -. plot.P.e.esisg for a year tried everything I heard pint of milk scalded I ; one-half cup they ruth furiously at one another ,

AUor oy-J.T. ......... Musa.WLUrr I of but got no relief., One bottle of Dr. .. at-' butter and .Id-...il. mixed. the. ,: meeting with terrific force. The

i's ..,..... om-nrol M MomUr, Ia la J. ...,. King's New Discovery then cured me She-Did you let papa win from I quarter) of a cup of sugar one cup shock of the collision i i. received by

u.s_eTT.rr.-rant-nrol Mop. .-, 1ft.,Or4.rr.r.ir.I.il I .b oIul.IIt'. Infallible for Croup. you at poker the way I told yon ? of potato ). 1thl't'l': log; .. !flour ,I, the horns and the sound ran be i

.a. i41D OFFICE,GAisE "LL1. Whooping Cough. Grip. Pneumoniaand lie-Yes, and he Mid a man that a* required. Mi\ >arly i ia tl morning I II heard for a great distance. In the ,

II. a.Cbobb, .....-. Consumption. Try It. Its guaranteed '. played such a fool game should neti in the order git en, adding flour !I I present case the shock was ao violent -

.. .4i.aoWaasr.C.U& i by all druggists. Trial bottle i er marry hit danjrhter. v I enough to make a thin batter. Let'> that instantaneous death wa

B DtBECTORT free Regular sizes 5<)c. and $1.00. I the sponge rite until full of bubbles : the re alt. It il in not known whetherthe

.Pnft'- Ails..C ...< Till .rreer- I A Pisun Prayoe.A then add flour enough to kneadit. other combatant suffered injury.

iiwUint-kooTw ::*.T&opmlac. Capci al 11*ovtnrk Yo
: ...CBIOB.. ...al* sStie rrar-t.I."ry :' to My his. prayers because one'' round cakes. I ct them rise in the I ,!

toe. W. i.ItajrroB.tmsux.Bnanor4k Headquarter Florida DlvlnKia, Cnlt line repeated after his mother pans until very light and then bake : .I. ._ Fataticm. '

_sra..r MCTa. uornw. Axr- i| ed (Confederate raDa. Tallahassee, 10 ended thus to him: "Pligit mice in a hot oven. "Sh .at. gut nai !" t pi'here i if no
C sad NH cwt-Pnri'r' .- .. .xl- 1 "
ear r at I'. '. flk: a..4ar aekoc at .... Fla.. Mar 14. I:>>Supplement to and pligit tea. Strange ideas connected I help ) This phm-e i< heard in Japan
x P.....1.. a&11 ...: >vo .li'oa e.r M > w > with these mild words occupied -< Built-in Bookcase a* often a* "mauana" in LtinAmenca.
I General Order No. 41 Gen'lemenThe .
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I time U rapidly approachtpg rot his- mind naturally enough, Built-in t bookuheltes. are a feature It expreeees at once the

51. ((*.!.<... Oonur' tfooo C..4 lit* i''tb.. meeting of the Confederate Veteran to the exclusion of all religious sen of the remodeled fashioned fatalism and the Spartan resolution "AM TWIT Bait)1"notfcirgj
ranch-Pr.aektaa' slit e'e\IOe. o BMBO*; of the cuirjctcr.Vbcn! : for it but to talk and the
.. timent. Could it be that mice were house. These desira-' Japanese a
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a tool t s ajB.; Pnockuic *t 110 o Reunion which convene: atNanhville. especially
t r seek trays .:. p. ..; J._ Kovonk waiting for hi* tea ? But he asked. i ble where it i i. impossible to devote mother hears that her w>n has been senator arose and made hU oration."V'
T June |
14-1S. The railroads
t, ,--,*.. : Prayer _.. ..< ..o4.- IDC i iAD na. no questions and when quite a IIbr.lT.The "killed in battle, she dova: not meepor After h > had finished the presiding
t4 -.! .17.clerk: w> w-r e.Si I have made a low rate of one! one room to a |
L.A.I'er.. how Ti.ible @trn i of emotion. officer si id :
orTUBCTT grown man-by the va now a famous mail under any !
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a stairway
r CiVBCB, P..IDII t, ATCBM B .*4 Mrkrt I rent per mile travel for as, and It Is dramatist-be casually JIM.OV- is often used space for conch t.1! She bow. her head and S ... .'....... that a or a _
*-. Pra, II Reedy hoped as many as possible win "
K} ..booll.... : Bmilo rnyOTT. WodMo nod that he was intended to say,' which certainly looks well but ...1 "Shikata go>> n"i i': When a in.n'M'nt u to introduce him. I told
..T eesIsa 1..: HnlT torli ri .-, trudar < attend. Arrangements have been made 1'ity I hr his orticer to certain death him 1 would not. The senator needs ,,;:
simplicity.Lippin.- this is.
draft
'" !. Btk rtnl sad tklri *nor>at for special roaches from Jacksonville my place always subject to '
I.HI Hirer OB4 tmmt sad meets Bt COM cott's Magazine. one can seldom sit lie down with he does not sit do.n and write his no introduction to a Lancaster audience. -
or
e. cless. 1M.... K. L FCLLU. Bwt rr to the Veteran and their friends I |
carry
last Same of his have
__ f h' I. L_. .I letter home or go around shaking ancestor j
:: w ..,._ .. lk MfMt ox A..._ A- with them to Nawhrllle. These coachesare t a ujr com ort tot is spot. Ji is B uri- been ch-irohvanLt
Prooonoo of MiA4. han.l for
with I.i- comrades for the in our
resting
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ti.a -. wmMBf atllo'' <<'. 'ter plan to utilize the for '
;: s ad Eery Rrsdsy e.Meer_.ae I:.FBm.fnior.Omonw8ii ... to be for their exclusive use, and "I'm ready," shouted a pompous shelves, hating them built space in. Theseshould II!-t time. a- lnle men would do in 00je r ." 4

:, DB.. V. will leave Jaiknonvllle' Sunday night. orator the other night, "to meet be low and painted to match the some ...-... He 11/11.1. mutter. ""Are they dead ?" asked a little
liiinrrv.I Reels at Nr-
P. OrT... Iii at :.we...ever. leads.. Route '* swell l
tickets
Flyer Buy your that arise. lamp the o1icer'. : lent *trjivil: to hit mi'- voice.
I < a study near an armchairwill
MIAMI BOARD OF TRACKVoaUoat. way and come to Jacksonville if poibte *- At this moment the platform collapsed transform this into sion.
t pot a cozycorner. _
See that your ticket read as and the speaker exhibited I, Dan Daly and Literature ;,
M. B...... In Name
WU1UUB WKaf
follows: Atlantic Coast Line to TU- l! great perturbation."how Alcove a In his younger day Ian Daly, the :
First Vlco-Proofclont.. T. V. Hoop. .j jI I space i i.* often utilized for Just l Ix-fiire
\ Southern A Florida about! that r ask MIIIII: for Scotland tall comedian, 1"1111III1".1 t>> ante
to
pee.d Tito-rroaMaat J. E. Lmaranamemory. ton. Georgia? : I i one they bookshelves, as i it also an old fire- '
K.: T. BlactniBa.TroBMrar. : j Macoo. Central of Georgia to..AU.nt.I ed him later. 1 i'1! place. The woodwork in such a Andrew I ani,-<:ie told the followingMorr tion ant! vent to the editor of M

.... "That did arise." Xew to illl i-trale 1 a i iura'lenlKof Boston with his first '
B. B. Tat. and the Nashville. Chattanooga A: St. I one not room was white, and the walls were paper !
Beard of Oo little The editor (cntici.ed the work aeverelr :.j.
T T. Moor t. E. Lu__ A. E. Hoyon. I. B. Rollry. F. W. Halm. W. W.PTOB& Route). This .e find to be I Booming a"Di_ !I The /:I"i>* mere enameled.: | tnaiixe! their when! 'to studv Nathaniel Hawthorne comedian

I.... Bowon.BTANDINO 1! the shortest and most direct ronte.: The -
I That lobbyist seem to have a'' dloWl1IIl.ur; nuJin: "1 oncehad TIll in'of humor peculiar to
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COHHITTtELL.AWAsses : : i 1' of all will '
trlJuUnts camp please re- good deal of to spend remarked i I Asbostu* fade a guide in the wild hill of the '
W. R ; Pat_ B. C.: money Daly hat developed even at that .
I i tort as promptly* possible the name.sof The value of asheatus :
..,...... JSBMB T.; Borwxmr. It. R: i r the first councilman. : pads to north whose fjce teemed rery familiar early. date. He said reflectively' : .!
I all Veteran and their friend who the surface of dining ..
Wortrr. O. A.WIOESB.tey.. i| "Yes, replied the other. "He'i| protect polished to lees 1 aid" if his name "If my story were pnnted it would

B. M: DBekoB. F. will attend the reunion so that ample working for an ordinance to allow i ii tables is now fully appreciated.When wa not )ld'b NOn. 'Xo. Gordon measure about half a column would .

W ; BBBB. F. W.; Roo*. C. J.; Frodortck accommodation can be provided for automobiles unlimited J I II a cloth i is used 1. the entire table U n.mehe I then ,
I l I, i speed. my replied. it not ? :

J HEALTH a. AND IAXVI ART-Tackroe.. !their I 1 transportation. Tou..OJ please I "Ah! In the interest of the auto I I II is. covered with doable facet] > "About that" replied the editor. '

J M IrFrwrt.. W. W.: Enloo.: ..JII I|I I pout this circular in a conspicuous
[ttMw -j-j-- R. g.; KlBC. H. M. i iKITERB .place,I I I I "Xo; the undertakers' tru.t.-I| A l'Onenientd. tf thi.dription well remember th.t"ou called yourself with it"Your
BARB ftB-GarJistdo. order of the .sjor- .m. VT. i i. offered in houi.efurniahing *
AND By Piiiladelphia Ledger. Mel1ier-.>n.Oh, ye, hi an.wered rate of is 12 '
rho.. H.: __... Ed..Bi4 C.; Titum.r : D Ballantlne. commanding Florida ( stores. It is to be had in 'but that payment per
1 compo edly. waswhen column 1 believe' the
punned
11 IDlBBtMB M. I!, \'f't HeW.Wilfred. various shapes and size 'and is so
I Division United Confederate I lived on the other tide of
AND maIL"Y
FRFIOHTS1T young
>RAILROAD B47. 11:. L.S Loflor. c. D.; Le__ i|>.1' For further Information ran"l ." exclaimed the mother prepared that it fold in convenient the hill.* "-.New York Prwt. tt." .1

c.: Erwlo WBX W. McDonald. J. A. : railroad rate*. etc.. write to E. J. suddenly, "1 do believe the baby hat line* to lay away in a drawer when "(','>OIJ".1.y. I like to be pleasant

CHARTTIEB-Brta too. E. T.: CkoattaBk ker. Florida Passenger agent of the I I jour hair!" : not in "*' Doilies in which asbes- C H r**>iU and eN.......... and agreeable' and with -'

1. H.: DouwlBB. K. B.; GBatfor. T. NashvlHe Chattanooga *: 8t LouisRailway. The man glowed with magnanimity -! tus mats may be slipped are .J.o' In l.,rnl.>n i-lnb they are tellingof : .. -popular willing to dethrone ,

K : XlQJBBlo*. C. LAGZZCUL1cRHBt.rk. : convenient and ul SpencerChnrchilt .
.... J:. T: Jacksonville Fla. i shall j to please an editor -

aj ro. F. B.: or. o.. J. 1(.; Orar.... A. Fred L. Robertson. i i "In that case said he, "I iFTe Prince Rupert of the but not for $!, not for =!." i
K.; bur no more, hair restorers. Letthtl The Latest Kind of T.. ea.,.. crusade am'ni Cliamberlain. lie
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M I D. Adjutant-General! and Chief of fluff.KEKBINE. Whereupon he eatualdeparted./ .
rUBUC BCTLDrKOB-Hoeiier. IT: baby Late it."-Town Top l'l. The latest thins in tea cozier is waa<.Liil if he thought there wa Xew' York Time j
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".4B. n. Cut .-u,. t. B.: >w.o. I I composed nC .a oriental rotten stuff ant null in the report' that Mr.

Jolla ...... H- T.XAXVVACTC1tEBl4t.retl.. Too torioo* a* Undoetakin*. I I IMi libel in a vivid) scarlet ami heavily ('hamh'-rlain was suffering from .
CWB C.: The feat of the TrouMo.Then ]
Conrad J. A.; RboAr R. j 1 Vfll overcome lndlt"tloa and dys-i I ., dot Muir-I beg pardon for wrought in raix-d gold thread em ".oftening: of the brain. "\o fear" .
T.
ar ora T. : I'I old tor\ of Q 1
i* m teen
interrupting Y a yard snapped
commoner vi.ciieusly.
[ bowels and .unK -
B. the
I ear
: Rarely J- >iepia: regulate Alotjiiiira when .he Irince
JalVCATJONAI-Bwr41M. W. M : [ < complaint It to the Mr. I'eathrrtop- at all. silk. ...in. quilted scarlet "satin antthew | -He has a malady of a different was and kidney
N.' W. W.: OB-Mor. Ro mB.d B i j' iver and IB Where was I ? let me think- ,, jard* of heavy scarlet silk sort hardening' of the :s. Coming one day bitterly 1,j
richer invigorator
Lan A. u: ftaxotbr. J. o ; Bmttlt I-it blood en Mis. le Mnir-Oh. no; don't take:1 curd will .nerve to make this. brilliant lies rt." small boy who wa weeping .

I -iv.: Koih. A. 1.OOIIORATIONB. she .qrld. It Is purely vegetable. per turn violent exercise a. that so soon tea up --- -- the princess stopped to inquire the 1

) i *ell. a LEY.. I fertlr harmless. and should yet be a.nutferer after dinner. Ju.t talk.-Chicago cozy.Uoo _ Submarue. Carle. .. tri).ibe: from the youngsters fat ecomfortable 1

JTVB. F. BX. Tat... J. n* Duf J L. from disease, you will use U If grandmother. She
Tribune. For Tin Can. There arei>0t(>iio miles of nub- r*'

r_. J. W.aT&aTAINKENT..lt. 8dae. Jf.: i von are ..I.... W.-h the paper laln-I It! from the marine cable., enough to go eiylttimes ; "t'.1 l the laconic reply, "We1/"w/ J

Itj..c. R. C.: GarthoM C. H.; Ronlr.t I R. N. Andrew, editor and managerCoosa uainoo* First. tins, dry and s illi a l.ru-h and black arniind the J:'ollf'. Their .... 1'i.i'am. there \ben't no trouble, a* A

R: .**.... Jelin.f I and Rorkledge News.'< Cocoa. !I "Shall we concert the heathen *" .mint mark the can :or soda tapio- was about i|
'D1'DTtStWG-TMuIa.. T. B BIa eBSi... F!... write: t have used your Her asked! one of the advance agents of a. raisins. currant. and ,,-ON'riH'': |present value t* $.1< ).( iH'), 11: :
..a r. B; Byt.gt s F.TTse ; blne In my family and find It a moat civilization. bat are often put the shelves cable are a solid mre.tmen!. If the family phvsician weforiill

E T.: HotBrt fan teat>It.s.c* ..M..'IIeI'I. ...t>. tag excellent medicine. It effect' npr< "Oh. let's sell them! some more .n (taper bags if one upon hat not glass The Jiorte cable i i..* one-founh '.t '.ri *' frank. he might explain a*.

monelf. have been a marked .......11.. glass, beads. fire\ ," returned the 01 h- to The nr a mile in length. The longe wI3.o "'r-iv! a large proportion of then
Bf. tonowe: ir spare. row shining/
alt an ;
rMt7 IB er. "It itn't so easy to do that after ; .' ) mie! )he. alf paint and languor that
W. R. Jaeboe. J. x., Jr. : I recommend' It aah..lt.tlaJl5IIe. ant with l lettered .nle., 14 orderly.. The total nnmber i*

Brow-1 ttHe. W. X. Koch A. J. I Sold by Red Cross Phsmacy. they're roOl"f'rtrol.'hi 1t'J Post., j 1,700. .<'f\> hit business liveljr..






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OFFICIAL L C GALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION I II.JeC CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE JJ!j. }iI i LABBY'S LIBEL SUITS. I INSPECTORS--APPOINTED.The 1 1

I H.nrv Lalwu. !I...... M. I'.. hold I meeting was called to order

4 'fie professions I, ..... ........ a rather rimarkuli! :.. re>'ord for libel! I Chairman Filer la the city ball M.imJ,

Announcement will be Inserted In lb.Daily actiontr .uht 'ain-t )- Fla.. at I p. m., April 11. 1904.The .
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Rules and Regulations to Govern the Primary to be Held May I and weekly Metropolis tor ton dol- .rlt tnr of Truth \\hcn recently s following members were present
lar or in Ether edition for flv* dollars.Candidate. (
1 10th and June 7th. 1904 in Dade County. for County Commissioners jim s :irttl] to Dr. I I'jahvl I. M. I)., person or by proxy: Messrs. Johns

and members of the school board will be oll'arl' F1 1.|;t") for liU-l'm' which I II. ",. Potter, 14 man King Bull,

_'atte-soss doATTORNEYS 'Si v iru*). charted one-half thoao amounts. Truth a]]..,-... he ws not a dul Burtesbaw, and Klrkman.

I A meeUrz;!; of the County Democratic law; and shall at once forward the No- announcement inserted until paid qualiU-J: praotilioiuT and was ill Upon motion Mr. Bull was elected
AT LAW. I
Executive Committee for Dale couol>. returns to the Chairman of U..t Cour I tor. fact. a -<|iia..a." it _ron-titutoJ thefort.fourth I acting secretary.

Will.rsetleI* all__. Stale sad red.Elp.eiai Florida, was held at Miami Florida Executive Comrr'ttee.' -- ..i.ti<>n for libel l since'! The minutes of the last meeting were

l1Itl'or.x...ilaland twrtoetlnflaa on the 11th day of April. A. D. 1904! The assessment to be lain r-y the Feet COLTJTT TREASURER. Truth fir-t made l it> appiarame in..I read sod approved. '

TttUa to adjournmentThe varioji candidate shall be a* follows: lh.'(. It .. at l-o the high watermark The rail for primary was ame uJ<04 "
ra."x m. Miami Fla.P pursuant ro the Democratic Voter of Dad Coua-
'! folio loc amended call for a Representative ....... ........ J15 00 tjr. Florida: in the matter of damage: j i" follows:

T. UAG08. 1L D., primary election was adopted to-wit: Senator .. . . .... ... ... 15 00 I boreby announce myself. a candidatefor Truth ha* not l 1..1 M any mean all I See official call on third page.

o .. Notice U hereby given that there Sheriff . . .... .. ... .... 35 00 re-electloa to the offlc of Treasurer the iKtioiifor nineteen were won I A motion was mad by Mr. Kirk&.iato
fed CroM Pb r *"
Otftce with IBmtdew ,
the
f Dad County Florida subject to '
l< will be a Democratic Primary Eelec- Clerk of the Circuit Court...... 30 00 will of a majority of the Democrat outright, ri''ht sere l lei-t, in two the nominate county commis) e-n

,.....r are C tion held In the several election, districts Tax Assessor ..... . ...... ZO 00
FLORIDA. of DaJe county Florida, on May 1 Tax Collector ............ ..... 2500 primary liar 10. 114. I ten iili.lrawn l Io\' the plaintiff! districts. Sam was defeated b> a
I Trul It'. .... i i-
showing
ivth. 1S04. and If necessary on June County Treasurer ............. 20 00 C. H. RAUIJ31BON. -i- ial\. up vote of a to X.
nR.: J. M. JACISOIt, JIL, dw )Miami Fla.A. <'k-. fuk.r-. -,,,ntllt-u and other i
:th. lI o4, for the nomination of all County Judge ................. 15 00 I qua A communication from a meetin; u*

.HIT OPTIC, Democratic candidates State and county County Attorney .............. 10 00 such !likeutr;: .\.-Argonaut. | candidate held IB Miami May 10 1." C

HOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK, A'J:. D. to be voted for by the Democratic Superintendent of Public Instruction E. HETSER.Candidate for I I A ChIc.,. School Sehem was read and discussed by various candidates -

FLORIDA. electors at the General Election to be .... ........... !| 00 dw County JudC"FOR The I'l.iHM-' '" |hoolof Chicagowill I before the committee. Finally
MIA ML -
19<>4, and to be the following! Inspectors clerks sad
beldo..mbf'r 8th. appointed County Commissioner ......... 5 00Supervisor l i.e organized:: ) into miniature national :
by the Democratic Governor ..... pulling places were decided upon for
of 5 00 :
RegulationMembers
W. B. RUSH SHERIFF.To -tale and} municipal jroiernmenH : -
QR' of the State between the date of hold- of County School B'rd. 1 00 if j.laiH under consideration I lIb. following preclacts. .

Office S-ltb street, 'Phone ".. ing such primary election and the bold- Justices of the PL:ice.......... 1 00 the Democratic voter of Dade Coua- b\ :Superintendent| Kd. mare .i. t'oolry o. InsDectors., Geo. McPherson.:

R..idenee.10th Street and Avenue loC of the primary election A. D. 19(6, Constable ..... .............. 1 00 Ty. Florida: I tarried out. Each elemeutarxtiliool Ernest Stypman J. )L Enals: clerc.I ,
8. 'PboDe TO-**. XIAMI. FI.A. and of a Democratic candidate for County Flab and Game Warden 1 00 I hereby announce myself a candidate kill send our repreenutne! I H. W. Heuey: polling place store. j( x
t rfor .r-election to the offlc of BhoruT et ,
United States Senator to be voted for Miss Walter Kitchlng.
the national and each
All candidate are required to file a Dado County Florid. subject U the to congress,
the Democratic members of the Legislature I I:0.. Inspectors E. Edwards J aV
r. W. BACKUS. by written apportion to have his name will of the majority of Ibo Dnnoerad high >< hool l will wnderal senator -
:T. of the State o Florida, at Its islar. Henry Brooker; clerk. E. C. M.1i -
ARC apPf'arupoo the official ballot, on voter a* will be oxpiMoii In the Dom- I "ne or two from rich \"lIr's

Cans Specifications ant Drtail Made I session In A. D. 1905. blanks furnished by the Committee. I nrratle primary to be held May IS. 14. clau. to the higher branch, of the ,i .er.; polling place, school bee..

for Building of All: Kind., Fine ;, The folio Ing officers are to be nomInated accompanied| with the (ee* above set dw JOHN FROHOCK. 'musk,; national go\ernment, iAH officers I| No. Inspectors., H. L. HUller. L

Residence a Specialty. at said primary election toIt: forth. with S. L. Patterson Secretaryof of the difftri'iit branches of |j I IV.. Bur ar4t. N. H. Blitch; clek I

OrricE. 1315. Art trE H. 1 United States Senator Democratic t take this method to Inform the vat the yovernment will lie flexed I b) 'W. Comatock; polling plau. cm
the County Executive on of Dado County that I wU be a ...- ,
; 1 Representative la Congress Second the Australian ballot! ST.It-m. and in '' house.
Committee on or before the 21st day | diuate toe reelection to the omen of Clerk ,'I
10DL L E. CRAFD Congressional District. of April. A. D. 1904. :of the Circuit Court subject to tb* action 'c\en detail the machinery' of the No. Inspectors.. W. II Cui, C. A.

1 Justice of the Supreme Couit for the This April 11th. 1304. cf the Democratic prtmartoa Kay 1*. national ;oiernment sill lie copied. Mall Jess Daughtry: clerk CuHea

DENTIST.Avooao full term of six: ;.*ra. W. A. Filer promi ln.. If oloctod. t* perform the dottm The little ;"oteriiimlit will he founded Pence; polling place school nous*.
of the offle. la the futur aa ta tb
1 Justices of the Supreme Court. ux>n the 'imneiplos of coeducation j No. Inspectors, J. E. Chambers.
w =eerner NMIAMI. Attest: Chairman. past to the boat of say ability. I will \
=: :.fi. and etjual suffrage.Russian .
II 1 Governor. George; P. Bull.Secretary. i bo grateful to those who will favor m. I. B. Taylor T. M. UcRae; clerk. K.

FLOIBDA- 1 Secretary of State. pro "'111. with the r vote i P. Hodges; polling place school house.

1 Attorney-General OF VOTERS. dw E. C. DEARBORN.I j Pottery. o.Inspectora. Z. Cavender. JaIL
QUALIFICATION | Very little i" knowii in this ooan- Cmstead. R. F. Saxon: ; clerk W. a.
1 Comptroller. Secord Primary-Tuesday, Jnni 7.
Home Seekers hereby oadldat 1 of Hu* >ttenr. In St. Peterbur -
announce myvelf a* a try >ian jK Cassels; polling place. Hardee's store.
1 Treasurer. 1904. for the offlco of Clerk at the Circuit : there
L- royal porcelain
Attention.You I No. 7.-Inspector*. R A. Bryan W.
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction. 'I General Election-Tuesday November court, subject to the action ., the I!'I manufactory vhere exceedingly fine
interestto Democratic L. Brack well. D. O'Neai; clerk. Frank
will find it to your party. Primary election May
I 1904. and artfelic is I
produced
ware
before in"uting'.lFlIrni.hed ( I*. Nild i:, : Stranahan; polling place Straaahaa'inew
call on me
houses and room to I| 1 Commissioner of Agriculture. The registration books will not be J. S. FREDERICK. though it M almost impossible to I baIL

.-.... 1 Railroad Commissioner. I j|I brine samples out of that country,
:
-iht_ Real bargain in real estate : reopened for the second primary election. No. $.Inspectors, H. Padgett. J.' F. ,
taxes, 1 Adjutant-General. FOR ah.ch; accounts for its great scarcity -
Insurance | TAX COIXECTOR. :,,
city and country. :Newlaa J. W Ives; clerk R. Cothron;
attented to. I 1 State Chemist. I hereby 1>i in Europe and America. The
collections, etc., POLL OR CAPITATION TAX. announce myself a candl1 polling place school_

bYe a special licence anthorixing tran- 1 Judge of the Circuit Court Seventh I|I. Payment of poll taxes for 1902 and :1 date for the omce of tax collector of :i'!' pottery i U of a bold "einibarbaric No. Inspectors, J. 8. Pardne. A.W.

me to prepare all kind legal ,, Judicial Circuit i'I Dade County, subject to the action of 'character. with arabesque deoora-
IMS Is a prerequisite to voting at all
Low fees. i I Cromartie, J. S. Peters; clerk J. E.Pendletou .
fens of real e.tate 1 State Attorney, Seven Judicial elections this the coming Democratic primary.dw :;[ lion. 'OI"i.lin.r: of head of animalsin
Prompt atteotion. Circuit '' year. i, T. N. CACTIER ': relief no. The industry u car- I ; polling place, school hous
c.;C. C."RROLL. 1 |i I EXEMPTIONS. j e 1 Tied rather and aside No. Inspectors.. L. A. Osborn. J.U. .
on sparingly
Xotary Public. 1 Prosecuting<< Attorney. The following conditions: exempt --- Burdlne. Frank Jandoa; clerk U. i R.
from tin- III l I
aVK. I*. IOUk bu'USD aI' 1 State Senator Thirteenth Senatorial from FOrt TAX ASSESSOR. ro xircelain plant
-- person the payment of eapita1 there ii> but little attention given to i Kellum; polling place, city ball.No. .
--- I hereby I
announce myself
Dhlnd. as a
----- i 1 I lion or poll taxes: the pnxlnction of ceramic wares. i| 11-Inspectors. Jackson Peacock
house of Representative CANDIDATE FR TAX ASSESSOR of'>'
the
e Rollabla t Membt-r of First-Any one who ha lost a limbIn I China, (;la.. and Pottery Keview. I I John McKlnsle. J. W. Galloway;
Dad County subject to the action of ,
GraJ.it: Op
W. C. MAYNARD. 1 County Judge ;It Second-Any one who was 5S years I! the Democratic' primary. I Dedicated t. Dead. H..._ Old Hardee b_.

FMt-uBM Sheriff. of age oa or before December 31. UOL i d C. L. XIMAN1ES. II i ii A monument in the. form of a';' No. 1J-In p rtor'. W 4 ( ....-. JUeo. s:

ave.P, heat t* I 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court Third-Any one becoming of age (IIyjrs I --- !, drinking fountain the !gift of the Stinebouaer, W. J. Dougherty. i'

nisei k'rztr'J! FRtt.: 1 County As eM>r o( Taxes >. old) on or after January. 1903.j i FOR PROSECUTING AT1ORNET. I| lion. William Tebb. has Jen erected clerk. Ceo W. Moodie; polling par! *.

WXkJ, Cfltti, Jtwelerj. 4c1: (Ii. 1 lax CwiMiUur. j i iI i I Fourth-Any one who had become a '1 i i I hereby announce myself as candidate at Hur.to". Kn:. land. Cut on the Brown Moodle's warehouse.No. .

Connty Superintendent ot Public launction. j for the offlce of PrueecnUng At- |! front of tIle drinking: trough is this Inspectors.., Henry Goemaa.Erneot .
I resident of this Stat*,- and county )nor
= : ,,, torney for Dad county, subject to the ;, inscription : "In memory of the Mall Will Anderson; clerk. C.
after January 1. 1903.If .
't. GEO. L. McDOXALD 1' Surveyor. i ', approaching Democratic primary elee- I, mute titl..lilof the 4i(0. h..i>e+ W. Hill; polling place school house.

fU1.sraaryewisa I 1 County Treasurer. I properly registered, say at the tlon. H. F. ATKINSON. killed and :wounded; st the call of ', No. Inspectors, J. W. Saxon W.

above can Tot at all elections State I Miami. Fla their masters during the South African -
E.
Commissioners.
sad a.bdi.i4 a( .. a spe..aity $ County : Blanton. W. H. Slstrunk; clerk I.
Board of and county held this year without war. 11'oI-I'W! : !, in a cause of C.
COCOAKCT GROVE. FLA. I 3 Members of the County I Holly; polling place school hou e. -
Public Instruction. paring any poll or capitation tax. EXPOSURE 111 hi h tliey knew nOl inJ!', this fountain It was moved and carried that namesof .

1 1 Justice of the Peace la and for Districts I. PARTIAL EXEMPTIONS. i i< erected" by a texereiYiggma fellom candidates for members of the coua- _

J. A. DANK.awn I No. 1,2,3.4,5,1,7.1.1. ;i Person under the following conditions To cold drauchts of air to keen aDd creature. ty executive committee be placed on r

10. 11. 12 and 13. '! will be liable for one poll tax :cutting: Hind. sudden change of temperature the regular ballot.

ts.laeaa ar w..writ: case.c.raet 1 Constable In and for Districts Noa. only for 1902 or 1903 as the case may I scanty clothing, undue exposure The word ",'elrman" i i. now eligible It was also moved and carried that
P" 1 : .
r'l of the throat and neck after
... tar eek.NSSu.i 1. 2. I, t, 5. .. 7, 0. a. 10, H. u be: I to diUionun, honor It has candidates for game warden be placedon
,, I Ir.to.c public speaking and singing, bring/ onBoughs
the
regular ballot and the candidates
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-'-' and 13. Any one who became 6i: years old court autlmrtty. In a recent damage -
/ ItAfOLEY5110NlYAlmTAR I Presidential Electors. /; sod colds. Ballard's Horehound nut I., 1f. the for said office be assessed f 1" _
5 It j during 1902 will be required to pay $1 at plaintiff -
at Large National Con of Syrup Is the brat cure. ret forth that him Mr John, of Precinct No. 1 handed
Delegate for account poll tax for that year. i by railing 3
Mrs. A. Barr Houston Texan, ,.writes In his resignation as a member of tb
vention. Any one who may become of age (21 ,i a yeggiuati; ; II meant *
Jan 31. 11! : One bottle of Ballard'sHorbound .
committee and the
5 District Delegates. year old) at any time daring 1902 "that the plaintiff! ass a same was accepted.A .
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-- ...... ......... P Committee. I Syrup cured me of a verybad a criminal Jiisrln' burglar motion was made and carried that
13 Members at Large of State will be required to pay $1 for poll tax :: ; a tramp
I roiiKli It Is very pleasant to Inspectors and clerks be
.. for the ItutAay burglar: a c rnok. a freelmoter, a paid $100 per
year take." :>. :SOc. $!.<">. Sold by Red
day
of Stat Committee. n..lr. 1lIIan who |l'i.e Member :
GOING j 1 County .
YOU of
becoming resident this
ARE one a Cross Phaimacy.it The
Committee tramp" III.. time and was a next meeting of the commute
West1! 1 Member National I State and county during 1902 will be I I burgiar; in the night: time..." was called for April 21. 19( 4.
North or 1 Supervisor of Registration liable for the poll tax for 1903. you are going to St. Louis take a There being no further business +
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THE 1 County Fish and Came Warden I WHO ARE LIABLE TO POLL TAX. hotel with you U the shape of a well- | Digging Clam motion was mad and carried to aj.Journ. i

!Jl Member of Dad County Democratic All male Inhabitants wlo are 211 filled lunch basket and avoid the Kkfnnlng President Hyde of Kovdoin college I-j i .

LoaisYille & Nashville Executive Commute>> U and for years cf age and were tinder 55 yean i reported to be In practice tnero : t< responsible for the following: GEO P. BULL

l Predncu; i 2. 3. 4. 1.1,7,1. I of age December SL 190L by hotel sharks. "().ut' of our professors i niet a native I Secretary Pro Teia. .

....... __._ ...lied _w age. .....Ice. 9. 10. 11. 12. 1'. and 14. Any one becoming a resident of this .ho sore big rubber hoot and carried I
*.jjnev( *trains:w currying r Pullman The rule governing laid. primary I State and county prior' to January 1. '; MADE YOL-NG AGAIN.: a clans rake. The professor convened i QUICK ARREST. II

ederB shall be the sam a* those with the native, told him his .
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up-to-date coaches, free re- election 1902. will lie required to pay poll tax I I .,
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sleepers
e1I&lr. car.. and dining car adopted by the Democrat- Executive lfor i90J and 1903. "One of Dr. Kings New Life Pills business and volunteered some other J. A GulMc./; of \.r....-.... Alar was J
elialag '
heiwees aortbera had southern eiUea. Committee, at their meeting held la j If they become a resident after January : each night for to weeks ha put me information. ** 'Sar, .said the twice In the hospital from a severe 1

The aestdiaia' *; ear service ,IB the Jacksonville. oa January 22d 104. for L 1902. and before January 1. In my teens' again" write D. H. Tur- nativeeeiir you're fo all fired t' cane of piles causing II tumors AftetI 1
: governing State primaries so tar a* of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the smart. I s i ihtotjd tell me whether doctors and all remedies
Heath.A3 1MB, they ylll be required pay poll ner I failed Burk-
Agents Bell Ikies. Tickets via the sam will be applicable: to tile tax )for 1903 only. I best In the world for Liver, Stomach diggin': clani" tc fi.bin'or farmm'. len' Arnica. Salve quickly arrested 1
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i county primacy. Those and only those nod Bowels. Purely vegetable. Never further Inflammation an.l cured him ,
Lay one reaching !their majority (21
Le&N. I I I J Pews *f Imagination.The .
'1.-* shall be permitted to become I Iyeare) OB or after Jaaiary I. 1101. will gripe. Only Uc, at all drug stores. value of p" ythie influence in I i It conquer and kills .pain !Stat alldruggists.
leeplB ear : candidate before, or rot *t or par- .
for rate, schedules.apply .. I'1', tletpat IB themanagement of aid primary I' be subject to payment of poll tax for I the practice of medicine N being I, 1

1903. CIeutfte4.I demonstrated in the case of Mr.
J. M. Flemln. election who declare their ad- I ', The glazier cannot succeed at 'lit
''hereace to the principle and organization IB all case of exemption of a voter I The instructor was i. trying to Jane Sake, eighty-four years of age, work unless h* take. .pane
/tsMaca n..i a.y t.eg from payment of poll taxes. ?a* must teach the class the le&toh that brain who is in the I'itr: hospital being i I I
J....... a. of the Democratic party, Na-
I
work is no lees than the treated for iu.juiuia. Mrs. Sake'1 rb."k-to
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important
It
of the supervisor of reglstratioa Isn't w> ban
t'ttoraU State and county, who are >yI secure font as *
the law of the State lawful lectors a eertlflcat: setting forth the fact that'I work of one's hands."Now i ia being pat to sleep every night some If you have the face to do it
"
I he said "to with a hypodermic injection of 1 I i
ifflznL4Rt6a recapitulate pure
: such voter U exempt U the certificate -
districts la which thy
of the election
| I I bow man kind of labor are' water in place of morphine, which : Peanuts that tarn oat<< poorly art
... s..naa fi asaei --.Ie.Ima.. of er to rot, who have paid their poll I exempts the voter from payment of there!r she thinks she i is getting.-Cincinnati what you might call a bun dell

tare legally due not less than Un I,i I poll taxes for both years (D02 and j "Tn ** ;... the solemn. faced Commercial. Tribune,.
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60 VKARf day Won said. primary election, and 11903). If properly registered, he can young manp ;..soued and agoaI Is It any sign that the engineer u iI i

EXPRILNCEa who shall when challenged by aa elee- I then TOte upon presenting to the inspectors i I ued. -Chicago Tribune. Pso.liarty of C_. happy .because he 1I',1at1".t his :i

Inr. pledge IB writing upon oath before such eerUneat- of exemption.If I The peculiarity of canter among work *

any Inspector to abide by andsupport the voter Is subject to only oat diseases is that it consists in the rebellion i

a the reral of such: primary, and poll tax. either for 102 or IMS. the and malignant behavior of A Oman's Idea U that her hnnbandxht

support the nominee thereof. same rule will apply as to securinga FOR certain parts of the body itself not < : to pay th i!.bU she ran bin

The polls shall be opened and closedat cerUflcata. of exemption for the two UNITED in the attack of foreign, enemie i i Into even If lie has to Uirrr.w tt.ur7 I

MawasasCo.vwsaiva the several election districts, at the year STATES SENATOR Cancer in bl't. is a ..tate-of civil war .' to do ItGROWING

Le bInd by the general election law. PAYMENT OF POLL TAXES. VOTE FOR in the. Ixxry, a reign of terror produced -'

A----__ raw5b5 .. The following named person are hereby i I la order to be qualified to TOte at tile bv outbreaks of murderous ACHES AND PAINS.: .
q..i.._'P wee__...__ c__ appointed Inspectors and Clerk forth I I fury on the part of revolutionist atone ;
Iias4S'5-P. primary election on May 10th or Jane :! ::
JAMES P TAUAFERRO Mrs. Joule j
::== ;: or more localities. Sumner Bremoad. Texas
_. _.-----JM__ t_ t'i\:isles severe election districts: :l7, 1904. poll taxes for 1903 and 1903 I Ii 1 1i I writes April U 110I have used

J1Ie11aL (See report of committee meeting oil I i must be paid oa or before I o'clock P. I I WHOM) NAME l 1 COMMONLY PRONOUNCED Her* Follow. the Dorter. I 1 Ballard's Snow Liniment la my family

iSdtUtinC first page.) M. Friday. April 2*. 1104 (Ua days before AI IP IT WAS Pr. Sutton. one of the oldest medical for three yean I would not be wlth-
; $ -Ip. I-u.ntl: 'f the first primary election). i of Dover who died j
1. The voting shall be by ballot 011'I men recently out It In the 11_. 1 have used It o*
J SPC3Lgo"TOLIVERI instructed his coachman who little girl for pain and
MUNN' New J9rlOIEYSlIOfiEYrAIt tickets: furnished by the Sate and! I II : my growing
.Cter 'I It would be well enough to prohibit : had driven him for forty years, to ,i n i, ache ia her knee It cured her right

County Executive Committee; and at the marriage of divorced persons, but / 11 shoot bill favorite home directly he away I have also used It for front

th close of such election the Inspector i i returned from the funeral. The I/
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It would be still better w prevent tat bitten feet, with good succn It t*

sod Clerk shall proceed to caavaa i! marriage of peroas who ought to ""* : strange request ws complied with.' the bt liniment I ever unrd." 2Sc, Silt:.
I London >II
the vote la accordance with tie State divorced.-Washington Poet 'I World. II ".M. Sold by Red ('rc.- Pharmacy.
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VMIAMI' THE SENATOKIAL: RACE. ( vuuM ascribe as a fault to the Senator TWILL BE TOO LATE.

Mr Talialerrus fight for re-election -

METROPOLIS. IHinne tl- heated rontei-t for hei was I........ upon his record a* the .servant Editor )I<'Creal"). of the Gainesville DO NOT fAIL TO SEC

i ., t, .1 l Si- .w"a..n.hll'| |>ror to theIni of the people at Washington Sun Palms this beautiful word picturebleb

"'...lflt**** every d.y 5.tirl "-.4., IT it,*i > ..ofI.y |n. the Trih.ml'ro'frlllll.1 riHunl mhuh it is not necessary to if hunt In every household" in WHALER'S

8. B. UltM.f r from ....p"''i ing the ran..e of r.-he.r..e here for It Is a household the land and viewed. l every. d.r. would JEWELRY STORE

K f. M,.1Ni10\ i flR.n an\ ..,." of the < andrdst.fur l the high tory with the people of Florida No cause many a throb of Joy In the

b LL r. a1tO.itet:-tismwslew.- ; : ':' --- oltne. tw-liMing that the Democrats ofKlomla man who ever served the people" in heart of that axed soul who ha matrned 314..12UI Street.McREE .

--- ) mere fully capable of d.-Illnlt: Congress, ban rendered such an ar- and loved. her !girls and boys
I..r.-.l I. tae raee u Xlaal.non".
t ....nosetl..atter th' a..*- for theiimf'lveto.. each qllaJifMo iMint of his stemardxhlp an has thisIliwineiw through the erlxlii of Infancy and
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r "I.! -< tar ha\inc the "I'I..r1'"lt to expr. Senator" In that alone youth Into maturer years of womanhood -
T.. Mt smitMrolt 1 !t..pspt pubtUaru .b
is. sials &at .(>a. r.l...l MUM u Uf .. \ ....* hik prrf'nmr lirt.wn the four over and above his manifest superiority and manhuod.

t Mt _tll.. ". rail*** ..ranal.w.ae fiillcnu-n mho MMiKht. the nomlns.ion to his opponent. )fro Tallafrrro denerved A father talking to his rarelen BR.C>'S.,

_1........_......... per sine. The Tnlinn- hit hoped that the nr.l the tribute of 21."i" vote daughter said: "I want to steak to :

,1, ttl .__ fro.th..e rates. primary would mtlle) thin .contest but.under which he received last Tu......,.. and yon of your mother. It may lie that KIXDKH LUC. (,.\..
Tear b'-lal1.-:. :. . . .. .$:+; 00 '
the riles of the |>rmarth! c ill deserve the much greater: ma>>r- you have noticed a careworn look upon Mnke -- v
. . . I.i .
Six Month . . > who I... the X
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atidMa |>r it* to o\ T- Ity which he will receive June T. her face latelv. Of course It ha
. . .. 1.IS
Tt.-ee Months. . hoit-e of the Iwm"'falll ufthe 1
helming train the Tribune cannot support nut been brought there l>y any action

Ou Week by Carrier_ _:..:." :..: .:.' .10f Slate Senatt-r James I' Taliaierro.IK :Mr Stockton bnaiue It has alt a>* of yours .til It U your duty to chase Kinder Lou Grates.

'f Toe liana Printing Compuj.f fi>n ed to go into the Mi-cmd primary lieen the policy of this paper' to advo- It away I want you to get up tomorrow *

with hw hithf .....mpt'IlIur.Ir: JohnN rate the encuuracement and protection morning and get the breakfast ; .
f Advertising rate* made known on Chase & 1larneMiami
L C Stixkton.. and the fluht w lll lIP of the bnslneiw Interests of the State and when your mother come and be-

I"r TELEPHONE.application.1-5R.. Prolonged untl! June 7. I, Mr. Sto"kton's campaign has been an gas to express; her surprise go rightup Sell-sr:

:Mr Taliaferm r.'.-elsl a pluralityof :I on legitimate business lnt"rest to her and kiss her You cant Im '
OFFICE: METROPOLIS BCILDIKG. jtttark
!i 1:': toss u'.rIr.: Stockton anda I! In this he ha. made another axine how It will brighten her teat + Kinder Lou Oxr atos
432 and 434 Twelfth Street
Court House. plurality of IJ934: over Governor I I' fatal mistake and estranged thousandsof far*. Beside, you owe her a kiss or'' : all over Dade County.rrt4istlilf .

Opposite Jennings He larked Just SIS voles of those who would otheraI.t hare. task A..J..k when you weregirl a + .. .. .. _ _ _ _ .. .
-- N rpy __ _ _.. ...... .. .. .......d
COstPARATlVI DI8TA5CIS.Fms receiving more than Mewrs. Stockton. supported him.Believing little : she kissed. you when DO one

-- P Jennings nod Call combined.. Despitethis else were tempted by fever tainted
ran ProsiT key that the Interests of n. jour : . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .
'. iTavps Miami| Ww unmistakable expre-wion or rue da demand that Mr. TalUtferro be returned breath and swollen fait You were

MUM MOM i MIlM rboii-e of the yot....... Senator Taliaferro to the Senate" and Mr. Stomton; not an attractive then as you are now I i f
: Restaurant
ar, ._....'... I-ill I 42' must engage In nearly a month kept at home the Tribune win lend And through those years of childish Epicurean
laws. .... .. __..... I lit sus M.oreesmasa .
-.............. It 15 I IIIe.ta. more of campaign before he can i all Its support and Influence.. whatever sunshine and shadow she was always. !' .

Nrt1s ::: : sat me sN ils HI Iii i receive the nomination to which he Is I, It may bare, to the re-election of the ready to cure bv the magic of a moth : J05 .12th St.

R. : Justly entitledOn "Biulnen Senator."-Tampa Tribune. er's kiss. the little, dirty chubby bands i : ===- ====

.. .s Isis P..agek. 11. Na bas this emphatic expression of thr I whenever they .er*, {injured la those i : Continuous Serrtce from 6 clock m.. until 10 p. m ''

.-.c..1....ia..........._.___1...r ills en ,I"tai M.coca Mt wishes of the Democrats of the State The present occupant of the White first skirmishes with the much world. ,I .. . ............. . ..
.. I I I I.lkIIa. ''In addition to the comparative merl'.s House hj .denounced Thomas Jefferson And then the midnight kiss with I
1..a..1_..__ tN ... t
---- ..I'! of the two gentlemen: who must engage a. ""aclllatlDIt."tlmld." "Incompetent. which she routed so many bad dreams lit. J. "CK B. M. B.tI
In the second primary, the Tribune .'* "ungrateful." "a shifty doe- I as she leaned over your restless pillow
MAY 19. 1904. I
I I has no hesitancy In declaring Its trln 4r*" "intriguing against Washing have been on Interest these long, long pee 9 Bailey
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fe -
warm and unqualified support of Senator I ton" "secretly aiding the French." ,..,., Of course she U not as pretty '' Bc.Ucn B..k-Gr-
Maybe the Russians think If theyran
I Tallaferro. "distinctly evil" in hi* -. "constitntonany '| Mid klssable .. yon are. but If yes !YACHTS. LAUNCHES. SAIL & ROWBOATS
[ away they will be better able to ,
fight another day. Ine Tribune has always eD..rtalD..1 unable to put the proper' | had done your share of the work dur- Overhauling RepairingMarine Railway.
value on truthfulness," and "the most 'llng the last ten the contrast 'I
--m-- a kindly I feeling: for Mr. John N. C. yean -OllArcsuED MIAMI. FLA
Mr. Bryan's utterance make It Impossible Stockton. Prior to the beginning of the Incapable executive that ever filled 'would not be so marked Her face I 1-
4 the office." The I.| far. _ __
.. for him to support Parker. campaign for the Senate. It had been presidential present .. more wrinkle thai yours u _

)oIr. Bryan Is preparing to bolt Mark our purpose to support him. The occupant of the Whit House could ahso more and yet If yon were sick that I I . . . . . . .

the prediction. campaign. had not progressed mans draw a pretty: strong indictment I face would appear more beautiful thanan

--- weeks, however before It became evIdent against Theodore Roosevelt when lie angel' as It hovered over you. flle

Those who thought the last primarywas to the Tribune It did to three- wa a decent and apparently sincere watching every opportunity to minister Sari Carlos

warm and Interesting can cot..- fourth of the other papers of the advocate of civil service reform. I 4, to your comfort and every one of _

pare It to a nodal gathering after they State a* well a* to the great: majorityof and I I these wrinkles would seem to be permit/" ; palm Jfot?1.
Davis Taliferro and Clark will ,
have experienced that of June 7. the people themselves, that Senator; 'I bright wavelets' of sunshine chasing .
all be June 7 hut tll..r' Corner B
nominated on face. Sbe Avenue and tlth Street-
her dear
Tallaferro was so far the superior of each other over
Senator Tallaferro's name is pro- Mr. Stockton In nil the essential that friends mat not be over-confident and I will leave yon one of these day*. These Gus. A. Muller. Proprietor
loanced though spelled 'Tolllver. stay away from the poll- Make their
as shoulders
from her
burdens If not lifted -
go to make up a successful and a valuable -> 'i I
After J.ne T. Stockton' name will tw representative In Congress that madoritle aa handsomely large ai pos will break her downThose Open all the
sible.J. yearat
pronounced as though spelled Ma.e .
done
it was a matter of Impossibility totonsdentlously I rosgh.hard hands that have so

and / the many necessary things for yon will
CalneavlUe I* to have a hospitaL It freely oppose M. Baro wa the issue In the $150 per day a ad op. Special per week and to Commcrcial -
In behalf of the other. be crossed upon her lifeless breast
one
I roan, be built and maintained by the CoaarloDalpalp before the I men. Large Sample Room..

't county _............. city council Mr. Stockton a campaign nan been a primaries. This newfitper opposedMr. Those neglected Up that gave you P. O. Box 6M MIAMI FLA.
first baby kiss will be forever
and dtiieM of Gainesville by volun- mistake from the first. At the outset, Bam because of his record! 'ta i closed your and those sad tired' eyes wilthave . . . . . '
contritMiUoa be "1'0fl'Olll his standard thoseaewspapen dlsorgaalter the Democratic part .
nary
J opened In eternity: end then yon
wbch felt kindly towaHhim dating from l4!!. It opposed him because I
will_ _a.fmrra'e__ our___ mother but It
I Admiral gkrydloff. It I* announced.kju by his Ili-natnred and baseless declaration of his record a* aa mnfalthful !, .n :n Hotel
will be too late. Biscayne
started for the front. And as the I that nine-tenth of the pa- public servant, which he mad him
v '
front ha started for the rear the Admiral pen of the State had been hired by the self when he made. his contract with

may not be long In meeting his | trusts to oppose. him. However friend' th. A. V. W. Railway. The chief engineer of the Panama Open from November S. GRAHAM Proprietor
)
lat to ta1 1sL ,
i canal construction hi to receive salary -
n
I destination. ly may have been the sentiment of This contract was printed Ja tae '

:the Tribune and other respectable pnI Sun nod commented on editorially. Kr. of I2S.OOO per year. One of the Cvraer.venue D and Twelfth Street
The Associated Press continues toe for this enormous sal
'pen' of Florida toward Mr. Stockton reasons given
I I Bam was not abused or called name
send: .11 the Out I Ia fit to print la that he will have real....
new
and his candidacy they roaM not support In any Issue of this newspaper. HU ary to MIAMI FLORIDA
from the Far East. None of the A. P. a man who hurled such an insult record alone wa attacked. there permanently during the ten

paper will ever be "scooped" on aDJf. -,,I wthout a lorn of their selfrespect.Mr. .. Frank Clark alone of all candidates years It Is estimated It will take '
thing I of real Importance from the seat to dig the ditch. There are many men ooooooooooOoooooOoooOoooOooooOoOGBush
Stockton's distempered howl of against Bam had the courage or good
of war In this world who would quit U
great
subsidized I press. Standard Oil money. sense to attack Mr. Bam on this contract & Safford Piano
entirely for that much money. i Co.
When afriend" to causing yourdownfall !' cnrrupton fund. Flaglerlnm. etc which H* took It up after It WM t ,

f. politically and otherwise It''I 1 he continued throughout the campaignhe : printed In the Sun and he never allowed I 'Incorporated to.e.I"

.. time to break loose. There I. one has never substantiated or attempt- Mr. Bam to get away from It. The sink hole, lying about _ball Sal. :Rwsrsswaat3vma
1 I l ed to substantiate bv the slightest fact Mr. Bam squirmed and strangled' sod mile estof the city Into which all of
eel!>> seeker In Dade coscty who canes I; Steinway & Son's. New
see It that way though be will realise 'I or attune From every stump span by uncorking the vial of hU wrath the lakes In this vicinity drain. ls York.

j h when too late. which; he ha* appeared, be has uttered on his tormenter tried by aiming area I overflowing, and the surrounding country %zn.:.= X _n.3 Co.. Ssatsa.Other .

1 I I charge after charge against Mr. Talla to make him let np on the contract Indefending U mipbmerged. This natural drain ,

It I* said by some-o- that Jim Barn;, ferro>> and his supporters and the Tribune himself. Bat Mr. Clark I la supposed to have large hole in the : Mich Grade Pianos and Piano Playtrs.

i will come down and not run against :: has yet to find where he has established : saw where his enemy wa most vulnerable water of this vicinity ls carried off Into : Pianos from $225 up! Cash! or easy payments. Tun-

Frank Clark In .the second primary. I I I the truth of one of them.' : and hammered away on the the bowels of the earth. The supposition I nins; and Repairing. A few bargains: : in slightlybOOOOOCXX

fi If be does It will be the only graceful :: Many of the people who were at first I tender spot Like the wary prlse-Aght- is that this hole has become used pianos. Open e\" nins.I .

r thing he has ever done In his political disposed to support Mr. Stockton noon I er. he wa willing to take punishment cloned with dead hyacinths so thai ,

s career.e became convinced that nts campnrga provided he could reach the solar plexn the water can no longer run throughIt. i "00000000000

I slogan were mere hobgoblin of the I of his man. Mr. Clark' remarkable Tons of hyacinth have been carried I'I -

Stockton and Barn nre safe fur defeat imagination and as his case continued rune which surprised even his Into the sink from the surroundIng tart of some of tie: Confederate urI -

In the next primary. It now become to grow more serious without any friend, proved' the wlswm of tcourse. .a lakes draining Into It and UK i'| fti ilrattons of til* State the Daughter ". "'

t necessary for good Democrats I sign: of recovery they one by one | sinkhole Itself Is completely covered'| of the ConMracpreferred. to

7 to get ont and work for the nomination flocked from his standard' and gave He has beaten the redoubtable Wllr.h : with n great growth' of them. The ;i I..... a .'m ar meda! tn thone given
'
of Judge Davis, a tried and trn. I him np a* an Incurable. ..... at the game In which he wa aa' flood has almost reacted the negro I r, w the !late Ju le thus presented to

Democrat. and public servant It will On the other hand the campaign of acknowledged m....... The Sun. while settlement of Jonestown and the Inhabitants i i i Mr.Or.:ron=..o.u. '""I-

ever do to break np the "n>>mbl.a- Senator Tallaferro has been dignified! opposing Bam. did not support Clara. with their superstitious 'i araln. the :]lrtnrx2is win gladly

tion1 by allowing Browara to garnet open' and truthful. He did not go It* rapport went to Mr. Dougherty. Ideas are badly frightened. Many of i: open Us columt tor niU-rito-! on

In Ute pia. upon the stump null urns after Mr. whom It regarded* a proper and t them have their valuable all packed '''I tale lice, for It feel that It would he

Stockton bad flooded the State with competent man to represent Florid and are ready to take to the highlandsand I' quite an honor to help such a laudable -

The Republicans of Illinois are having ; his utterances of abuse. He was cusp In Congres. This wa because Mr. hills. They spent moot of yesterday I movement However, the Metropolis I i

a merry old jtlme In their State I' at Washington. attending to the Interests Dougherty had experience and becaus* In beseeching the good Lord to remember believes the Daughter of the Confederacy ClearanceSale .

TonvenUon In nominating' a Governor of his constituents When he did the editor of the SUB. more than a his rainbow promise and In Florida should be given

not one of the six or more candidates come here ud .begin the battle tans year ass asked Mr. Dougherty W-K. { raise the approaching water to recede. the first opportunity to act. as they by of

being willing to concede an Inch or a : precipitated npnn him. he was not lia his friend' of yean stanirax to mat I fI The city has sent n force of men to the-r most praiseworthy efforts In the I

vote In a compromiseThe governorship ; long la repelling the assault mad 'I the race and. beat Barns Mr. Dough the place this morning to see what Lost Cause, have prior righta anybody -

must have quite a graft aitarh.4 his record' and wherever the erty made a good I me and U now out can be done to remove the cause and else I II
spas Men's '
5
to It out that way. I two men appeared on the same plat I,. of It The Sun now presents Mr. i I stop the flood.-Orlando Star.A I I It I* not a question of cost for the!i Boy'sSIIOI

tbt'I form. Mr. Stockton lost vote as- rapIdly Clark a* its candidate MM a* tae ... ---a-- I 1! pecuniary -part I* a mere bent lle. I .1

n.trtIoa 1 win make as Mr. Tallsferro gained them. I Il' I who can and win defeat Bam and recent dispatch announced the !1 bat from a sentiment standpoint H ,
crowd $10o.m before t am cot .. S
spend what lie represents. 'i death on April :c. at Los Angeles Cal. seems to n* that would be a graceful I
with! ttt.m.lor ...r killed anll I IIi to the very but week of the campaign ,
'j I Let all opposed' to Bam and Burrs- of Judge Botta. of Chllltcothe. 0... who 1 tribal to pay a gallant' soldier .who'
and all chance John Stockton htl Senator Tallaferro had withheld i
Ism Join and elect Frank Clark to Cost :r was distinguished for being the young- has now become one of our mart respected '
for future In State politic from the public evidence which AT
f recognition i grin*.-Florida Son. eat Federal soldier la the civil war. i lotliens. What do think about ,
.1 f he bad ta hi. possession which placed !
It .....conclusively a spirt or r* : '
Twenty years ao n Toledo paper offered the wsgsetton-Jacksotvllie Metropolis. :
volt determination to rate or mln. th* so-called stigma ot Flagtensmwhere I II t 'Cohen's.70LEYSKIDNEYOTO
a ,
I! The chief procurator of Russia In e n gold medal for the youngest .
Irrespective of party or __ inter It Justly belonged_pon the esrauheon -
r ( I I late rMr1 to the Czar on the state of Federal soldier In the civil war and It
of his venomous .
opponentIt
..... and should forever brand him asa ; I" - -- --
'' awarded to Botts. He enlisted In
character unfit and .worthy of pubs had.. been t'- -nr* r- not to use It at I Itwawte* nit.... bring* ont the fact was
the Fortieth Missouri regiment at the
lie servitude. all-but at the lest rally here In Tam- that tea Bower and wealth of the
of 12. and being Itrge of his age 'bQ
I age
of
i ikt' p.when Mr. Stockton' torrent
,Greek church are Immense. There are I
was allow to enroll as a soldier. This
Japan has profited by having In abuse and Insinuation had become too ,
1 U.789 of these churches( In the empire.. '. Item Is Interesting from the fact that
Admiral Togo a naval officer educated strong and too exasperating. for the ,
] During the last year (33 new places of right here in Jacksonville we bsve a '
at the Annapolis Naval Academy. China tolerance of the most miM-mnnered par CotaWest
: Frank Ironmonger who Is e
consecrated. .ltl Mr. ,
worship were la cosne..tio -
has,availed herself of similar advantages of men the Senator felt Justified In :1 i
la the education of severalmen producing the letters which convicted ': with these churches there are U.- the genial: pcMenger agent of tbtn.d.

'c prominence In this country. his opponent of the very charge whichhe 'I ICU monks and M.IM nuns. There are Steamship Line, who ha been palm" B33|?, pa.! "
at 2.AS head priests and 4X7.3 ordinarypriesU. oflctally recognized as the youngest -
Tug Wing, who was long assistant" had been for months darting
has held ... .. with crushing :' These together with M.IS* soldier. In the Confederate. army, and ,
)Ita.... to this country, acid him If. and II. ,'
deacon and under deacons make a who was actually younger than Judge Lake Front adjoining -t'
Situated
high .mee at home, was a graduate ot force that having read the disclosure OQ ----

Tale college and Wong Kul Kah. Chinese In the assembled Democrat, the I t grand total. along, with seven othnrdivisions Bolts, 'as Ironmonger: was only If City Park. A cool comfortable placeto
the figure of which ere not years, s months and C davs old WDM.Gen. .
Tic Imperial Commiwlon to Tnurh-vUlifled and long patient 8ee"'
the World' Fair, was atso eencaten tor pointed to his mnllgner and de- i' given exactly of :'.(\*" persons In official Lee surrendered at Appomattnv. stop at, with fool table service.ampie make* SNefn a.4 .1...... UgMrrMMr

at that nnlvenlty class of 1\A.'t In. -IsredThere. sits the man who I* ponltlho*. A um of nearly t3WW.fttt \- and Ironmonger was there a* a paroled $ ; room for traveling men.Mrs. .

tatter I* said to be a gestleman of *urerlor re |ioti.ll>le for the introduction ofMr was! paid by the Roles people prisoner. In view of this Interestingfact
1 last for the support of this vast the Metropolis suggest that It FoLEnIlOHEYNmTAI
of .
line .
ncvompllshmenU and la flatter:: In to Florida poIltir'a.r1'uad year
would be a graceful net on the ire B. HAMS* Prwprictrtss. .
high preferment. this retaliation which no one ,.,organization. very *,4 *./*. s-r*. *T* *-'a..e




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"The Ideal"
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THE UNDERTAKERS I
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........ AtMuthM t* T.......** ....T........* Calls.THg 4U-12th Street Phooe 25. Special Sale of Seasonable


-- ._-- Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices. s
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will stick up to his orI<
PERSONAL MENTION. NEWS ON THE BAY. of returaiaf to Nalcbe without reqai-
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. .1".. paper, bat it ia eridmt that the| Belts! BcbJ Ladle black mobalr skirts aaa

parties are waitiac to procure then See the'newest fad IB ladles crash rooad length, seep gored lap ......

'111-111. TLA. May i'. ***. W. A. hteRae, of Hallandsle.isiBtowB Tb arbuwBer Bran and sloop Hero before aianlaa for this city. ,j Delta, white tan black and mod Inverted plait; the regular 91M kia4.

today.R. are la tram Key Largo & rargor..1, TIle WOBUB wboaa Willis.. I. charf- Skirts Skirts Special price...... .... .... ....$i.1S e

HAIL BCHEDCUC.ArriT : pineapples. which'" beingdiscbargrdat I ed with atetllaf spent some time atUM ,
... j stalks _. Ladle aeroa gorod. Bidliaa cloth t..Ia sa s..i.skirts. .
ahem
C.C. McKinley of Pal. Beach todowB the hut of A' O. I police yesterday
from t). NorttT today OB _I..... 51 S j See was aecoopaaied to tbe jail by IB white; All maa tailored pet A large aaaortmoBt of silk a ltaj 1

:" a. m. Tb Orion Cap W. H. Oregg'a her small _. and talked with Wil. fact nttlag. with seam Bar; special many styles and colon; an baa...... '

':55 PL m. B. T.lejrer. and H. R. Kepperleyof yawl rigged yacht h expected tear* liaaMiatbeocll.'Sbe : Pries.... .... .... .... .... ....,.... ly trimmed and tailored aFBMIC ;

Close for tb. Nortb Hallaodale' are among the visitors' rive her- u> day fri.o Tllmfil'e to be stake that she bad a (rood !borne I

I:1S.B. IB town today. hauled. oat at Peck A Bail.,'. shipyard > IB Mlaalaafppl.aad that the only rea- iIIi Corsets.f .

C:1S p. a wbere.be will b* cut la two a dMlnrtrv .o. she left there. was to ft oat of the : j Ladles C B. Coraot No. 101, mad of"
Pert ..4-d ,. I her Irtiftb. aad trouble. that _ta.tl7 fell '
WEATHEK.VaahlngtoB. 8. J. Koaaell. W. 4. Bate ... W. I o' I worry 1' f beat quality Batiste: this corset gtrwI
THE to her lot. she bat sot yet folly ... f !
I the correct erect form.
Florida: Paaamorv, of Jaekaodville, earn down
.-Tor tonlajit Eaate-n and<< tomcr..I last ..IpW. ,. Frank T. Bodct" Imaocb, Dorothy, Bided whether or not tbe will morn to 1 I Special pric*.... .... .... ......,1.J5
Continued showers U bauM out at Peek .* Bailey's bav I a'eba.
I -
row. Sank to west wind sag rrpain aad* to bee wbreUOrtla No. 147 Warner rust-proof coraot.la 7t,
r. A mow, the well kaowa &ra...- '
Maximum. 7*. I a corset that gives tta ntmot !tatlafactlon -
I f.! of Jackaoatille i IB U
)i tal...., I*. maa agala The sebooser .U ID from KryWr I I both for comet shape and r -
4 the city vlaltlag bis trade.F. .l with carfo.Tb BUSINESS LOCALS.sillillVSVQ'iC '
-.1.1I . I wear
TJBnaaraai 8. Mora expect to g. ap to l Special pile*.... .... .... ......$flO
Jacksonville tooight OB business connected fcboonrrt Two Brother and A good alarm dork for 9" cents ai
I TOWN TOPICS. -II\ Ad* arrived 1 ta-4ij tram Elliott'a: Key I
.1'1111" real estate affairs. The Racket Store.Homestead ,
.1'I with pin...ppM for CkMr A Btrary.J I

COUNCIL MEETING TO-NIGHT. A. J. Len, representing |la large J strainer Miami sailed today for for malt; apply to this d '
Tbo ..Ur ....-...tbli etlBg wholesale BOBS.* of $ ",o.b.l. la the offlca. l -1
rg Key West aid H.'.... with somber. S t tLitst
Council will b* kM &0'pL cltjr.Joaeeh.
of the City -
of passengers and a heavy freif bt.Urxre. .
All auembereare'reouertedt* . A food ink tablet for :> at theRacket JriTuj.. t
J. O'Brien, traiamaater of ;
tte.d. I I r. w.Hab.,Joe Cbai lle .ml Store. One hundred waists all sizes, an
... the! F. E. C. Ry.la again ia the! city OB
bBlnea. R. E. Hall tpvBt yesterday OB the bay -- the latest ttytaa IB laws madras and \ i.
are
TELEGRAPH POI.E-Tbere Headquarters fancy grocerIes, traits .: _
and' -
bad lie prvrtrbial f.hrrniTluek
wire Batiste; only a lew of sack style: -
several ear load of Wlrfrmph etc. at VVIlaoa A Flya'a. 7
though Mr. Jabs declares. that worth $=.50 and $& KTa offer to- a1
yard that Mra. Mlnale and 1In. B
poke IB the F. E. C. freight 8ampber .
tb of I. Marsh tt Black Creek IB the they eevrded la ... .<; twenty lab c"e'al....... .... .... ....tic. each J .1
win b* erected for purpose are If want ice cream that la good
of about yon
aperlea. three
a peculiar Wing
extenalon of Pi.. .- Ladlea Japanese silk shirt waists:
the
fringing wire along the city and guest at eer .. Drag I
and buy It of tb Blacayn
ill pure
tee lesgtb aid sot BUT baa vor back and front tacked aid trtaoied ,
,that road Data garb thick. Company. They VM Ttnnaaae cream |
had
They aIM teeth UrnOBonffb -
I'! J. G. Croasland and :E. 3. Holme with lace; Bishop sleeves; a waist that
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REAL ESTATE 8ALJK..iB. were passengers on tb* Miami going to bite ..11'a. Bayer. This IU1 win wash. Special.:.............IZ4I
H.Tats A Co. have sold 'M 00<*I oaDd* like a fl.bin(yarn tbo (ta Mr. '
!
: Ladle skirt waists tarn aa cut.
this
West
over to Key morning OB a .
FOR RENT-Dmirable ea r room.
C and Mb Babii a_rta U I. Ir...
ror of Avraue i
and lot at e I trimmed with lace back tucked ysleeve
business and pleasure trip. 24' : ; new \
Eleventh Street with or without i iboats.
Eatea, of St. Augu
street far J.W. with tackad cut Bpodat... .... .... .... .... ..1X09
tin*to B. E. wit. .. They lave also arMiav>ac4rava a a 3raBMroj .
sold two or three ot wr lots this week. Mrs. 8. Filer. aad daughter bare ithorsed Mr*. McLendoa. Ii
boise froan Key Wet where HOTEL ARRIVALS.
E. B. DOUGLAS
they have been for tome time TititlngrHatltea. ias Hotels and famflien can bay caalM
\ t sc ase I ,
i STILLTIMETOJOIXTbeDavteJTrallaferroClab Tennessee cream at Biacaya Drug I
iAX CARLOS- 310 and 312. Twelfth Street.
will meet .pla l BextMooday a -

sight t* arrange to continue 8. B. Tate will leave tonight for W.A. M RM, llal a..daW: Jo. J. Partle wishing to learn the Spanish '

the work during tb* campaign whichIt Jacksonville to attend tbe meeting of O'Brim. St. AniruatiBej I A. Oilman, .I language can,join the claaa now being 'I

..*.. ..., *.oa till June Tlh- A" the State Democratic Committee to- ClaeUMtU formed by f. C. Enright a proOelent
who are out already ......n aorrow. j
voter* PIONEER teacher. I
k___ ___i.K_ _tm_ heenme eurb-ar 0 1..I .- School Will Soon CloseAnd
asdsited lo tend I* tbelr Barnes at Ib'a 1 Dr. E. W. Pugb, who bad expectedto I II 1 II,.. Xl.... Laaipber, Mr*. B. I. :
I Marsh. Beech t;reef O. D.:fCruckeit.Marrrieaboro Par Teaaeaoo cream OB sale at
tin**. Sow_ U tb* time. to get l"to the go to Jacksonville today along 1 with ;
front of the ....... for both these several I other gentlemen, was detained T....: J. J. Raaaell. Biscayne Drag Coaapaay. X4Jnratclaaa
pr..c.
candidate art sure .1...,.. /at boiwe oy his prartie W. &. ""I... W. fr' *BM>re. .....k....- your children will soon have a long vacation from

rill'; II. T.G..pr, H. Krpprrl-y'.i iI table board may be pro- books.= Why not place them in the

Dr. Skim. who bad lntBded golaito UalUiKUIe; K. C. McKinley. la n |I cared at Sit West Twelfth Street lira .

MItTS IX GARSI*HIIL T-T..I Jaeko *ill* along with severaloibergrBtlemeB Itracbv I I Nelaa. 237 ... mi Comervatory a of Musk?

.. .. iB'aaMBipalfaamaxM were lied to take degree* la Maaonary I
J'ia the County t...'"$tblt. moral*!;.Tb. ,will be unable toga oa account RACK TO Ml leIfIPf : ... at* Teannae ,,... tm all oat Flare you investigated our

....lr>.twat W. W; Blackmr ... W. J.".f his practice being in such a_dllk/ Yo<..(G. M. WilhaaM. Kill Be Takea lee cream aid also have the plain ,"Partial Schjtwship Plan?" Anyone is thereby enabledto
Tba*..... attacbtMtit: damage W.Tbo'arooad cannot 'leave.
was B. F.Larter A Co.))1Ie for Trial. FURNISHED BOCS":. obtain a Scientific Musical Education at a merely

...J. E. BrBlater. IIR"'.-Produce Co i oa Teatk street for rent Apply a* nominal cost. 51....i cm WSm i> for use of Prattle p-..
gsr.i.M-asuit In g.... _,; ...-I Mr*. Wm. RobbiB, of Jaoksonvllle, G. M. Williaata,.I,.. f.reedy of this this. omen
agee $auu. aorompaBled by her sister Mra. C E. nay but BOW under arrest la ......*.. r Franklin Coleman' Bush Director.

( mlvh. */Augusta.Ga.. were paaaewffvn .via, will be take bark t. N.tchit, There are many yoaag people

.*> the Meaner Miami thla mornIng Mi... to stand. trial for the larceny ftnwthrr Miami and Dad rosary lateraatad la

TACT DOST MIND THE RAIX.Tbrre ., pt" over to Havaaa to vWt i .... a wife. TIle tVraaruta I.II. .
aVeo ........ IndlaM IB',their. brother Mr. George Presents who )...maJ of Tuesday says t loaraiag book-kaoplag and .t..Qs
was yesterday aft and today wb auract4 -: .I.I. 1 buaiaea* tbere. I A deputy sheriff,.. Nalcbrs. Mfc. *. phy, a- .*., .Metropolis proBaoaa M .. . . . . . .. . . . . . .

_WerabW .,,",,..' by the. way la expected I* reach the city..*-.., ura I make It If' !. for two of" Uoa* II. 1 SPIERS & MERCIER

.ho 1" ....... abuts. the laiB.tbrjexwiHfly : Mayo Dad th* well known representative > .morrow, aad if Bothlnf serve t.. hare a chance -*,tat U* ooat of' A t'

being a* ...iiMir.l tJf tbr of J. H. toward .t C*. of ,rr*_t. will take back IB bra rttotody single dollar. Fw&I1'tt&IIa of" Lice j j
d-eIIln. aa tbey wwld.1brariiig.. BaltiBtorr, Is here for the pI.p..1. G. M. Williams .I,.. the. young maaWtm I| :*
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plans tee the sixth pag of this papa
ftriMia ws.bsse.1.OPCLARCLEBE. j-ea .'". Mr. I>ad* rrturned fr... earn .r,..ted by the |nMi o Sai>.r.
|Jamaica in February fro.. where he day night on tile charge of larceny f -- I : Real Estate, Life. Fire and
I
And the Court
now coma Supreme ]
hipped 64.0UO barrel of orange. t* aaotber mass wife.
: : GULS NORTH' his hoB.*. Mr. Dade surprised" at: The ease was called U the police of Tt'IIlI_. and by a deeiatan hand- j! Accident Insurance

a .Ce'., clerk at tbe Biarayne I the big improvement la Miami a.t.ee'' elllI" }-' mlay _.1... ...-.. W IIli. |. ed dova at JacJuuo last Saturdaytayt < I

$14.1.. Iraq*. ... fir-'2Ab Iw Betel,,be was here a year ago.i I ....s as- image, ss 1 he eiarge.. I that a woman baa no right to ]i[ Rental and Collection Agents

R -s.a. "U.ara tall .... l..i*. where hew I II bi.( danfrmna and awpiriooa. Thedefeodant i misrepresent her age. S..rth.llaad -. ]i
i Mr. Bryan repeats' taat It .to his I . ( the Supreme Court uotwIthMand- < :.
< | WH-Wf clerk. d.H.< U* MmmerT I pur- was .."......,.. by C. M.Junes :
'. here laUr |I pose to publish his Commoner aa a and alter an of Ing. ionlan will continue to
.11 aranateiit
.. Ur. Cute rrtara ocr* : Office over Pank of Bay Eiscayne,
.. ,dally rt the St. Loula conrentlon. H. misrepresent on that point whether j _
fall and Bl! Mtoilar po>itl I. ,/ length tie caMr matbia coaiiratd aisIL
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:'doubtless Intend to use U a* a she baa rlcht Columbia Lock Box Miami. Fla. "
tbv-n-w ,Uak7. BOW ..ridercarat.claw aup'ptenwnt _..i..c. I a to or not.- 177.
Hotel. 'I to his vote h I..iut.045.. ....II...", "'11;... .i tTenn.l Herald. ,4. . . . . . . .... . . .. . . .

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lonely tbues. Oil "- year ago
Six n.o-itiu had made a new man of ._ tOt\! jrdo ton remember
i ONE 7uPID'1 Broot' sod. Mill be lingered. 'I Bard Lk.I we aerhoc and! I It LiiileJou. i\MtiWtiH.
People had come and cone .. they I I : I
I do at resort hotel"*, bat Miss Hllderbrand I :
I TIta!
had DOt JU'''.
t The afternoon had again: come forber e '
bA i i fur the club member I .1 I l I Rates.
? By. S.r.k Liads.y Glee. I to IMUT tea I } : Clubbing
but she had sent ber eirune ,
.V c..p-,1. ,.",, Johnston a friend" and fellow citizen d.i: t l
a. I. JrcOwo" x...._ SIIM-- I of b. r*. said that rue bad cone on tbe x I : :
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'j mountain to INT alone and fet a frfr rIc "'f<;; '-If
b.rs. if. that a telegram bad brought ; (
j 100
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Tbe-car that went to Overlook park
,1 ... crowded:. It usually was wbeu | her- had or news.The climbed. slowly.. I :, 1 I ? l I ; :1 The people of Dade County will want all the news

there wa a prowls* of a fine sunset.Stooks |I BrouLi .uudu't the slightest; Idea what you this as it is to be
to \ l year an interesting one because -
from tbe win bej ,
gaaed steadily i the trouble was ease what assistance
{. dow" on the unplctnreikue side of the |I roaM ....04"". There was hat one de- j I to -a of the elections,
ear. Eren when the passengers crowd .ire In his b..oest heart sod that was I
.* ed to the other aide to look Into the j t to help ber. How be would do It hadn't 'It I :
i ( with his usual di.rertuesa. ? National State
valley far below them and at the I' been re\eakd. but and County
) i be bad followed her to And '
mountain*-mountain* piled on top of |
mountain*-be aat moUonleoa.Aa 'i out. .... I = _
On tbe mountain top tbe band play- "I ---- --- -
tile Country club was paawd bet j' ednd cay groups of fieople moved la Weary Wragg*-Dora It! Iv loa t HH i -
bowed com utereat. every dire.'tJon. | code book an' I caa't tell wcdder dat ,I fnrt :
\ The
4 It wa MUM IlilderbniMrt afternoort : Soils came upon Miaa InkJet-brand. mean shotgun or'pi*.-;New Tort Jour MetropolisHas
pour tea there Six month before, I i I: Jltary In the mldat of the crowd. Da1. !
1 when fir Hllderbrand had '' lIu+
poured of the sunset was her I
The glow on perfected
; lea. Brooka sat on tile Hubhooae steps and aa be came up abe railed un ..w t. D* It."I down ; arrangements whereby it can offer .....i
such attractive ...
The banter) of gay voice bad drifted "eadU,.. would like to and out bow many Star. rates for various newspapersthat ,
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through ....011"I window to blm. TIle Tut sorry TOG''' beard It. I leave i Idle men there are la tows.well. ." : there should be no excuse for people re-
ctofe members eemed very gay. Brook; just start some laborer to dig
tomorrow. I hoped It would DOt be | |I maining in ignorance as to the happenings of
wa a dub member, bat b* was not found out. but of t'OUIMbodT > ging a aewer." ,
the
p,. rill koow.- i! But they won't, be Idle. .f year.
An nina** bad sent him to the resort Tm not ......,-b04- said Brooks I No. but every Idle ma a la town win I
town to recuperate. Moat of the hotel .toall,. -I came because I watt to : taod around and 'watch them."-PbB'adelphla !'
,mob*belonged to the dub. and be bad ;, comfort lonely thing What can I I B< Joined. It Mrmatt to him a good way : dor RATE.
** get rid sf Wf Urn that bung a* lli 1.. Hllderbnod. glance went oretBruoL I w a.aatt be '
bearlly oa his hand *' stout. figure sod came back tf Playwrfgbt-My.ewplaf wa brought M.4szloa.'T i
Bat be dldat car for golf, be his clear eyes The two fare wee: in i Mt tact night; At tile rioa of tile lrti I:
coatdat dance b* knew *o little of the ', harp retract-la bla the rugged I i act there were load and persistent call: The Daily Metropolisand
new books and tile old picture, tile strength of a more simple dTlllxaUon.la : | for tile author.Bimpleto.Tss. One Yw
In. aad and OH* things they talked the girl** tile suggest!. of extreme ....t lay! T* tklat To !
.....t. n* was an alien Looking up.b culture. they could b* so vladlctlv U tbatlBoatoa No. M
saw Miss llildertr a.d on the step "I'm clad yon came." she said quite Evening Transcript teat I : Daily J imes-Union $10.00.,
shove k1aL imHy. TU bk* to remember It when He |
Mia Hllderbrand was the leader of I.... become a dremmaker. That' what tp.tse rr.e ..........., with Semi-Weekly Times-Union
the faahtonable that ran tile Country P.e IMVB op ber deriding-what to do I 'I'sadwt--GJY. m* a deBalUon of "... ...,. | 5.50
dob. Her clothes were Imitated" beespncbp with myself now that the -.... '* I I erableaad.- tile .djIdf..1a a aen- '
.I.Irllaw..r" 1 found | Weekly [Metropolis with
repeated |
wept away. Dressmaking U my only acne*to Ilnatnta. Semi-Weekly Times-
Drvoki bad wondered that a* re.served ajid." with another attemptat i,I' CUode--Oi rable.capable of being 'acute Union .
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a woman could be a* popular. !I, a _u.. MI'. thought to be such anirnimplixned worked Example -My father to pr- p $<2.00
lie bad ssdeod that the charm of dlttactlon young womaa.But ." abl--rhUadelpbla Ledger.UlldredTbat '. from I, With Atlanta Journal twice a week
wa la bar. alga bred face. tbere'a McAdoo.Brooks solethat tack 12.25
and the thought ao more about !Mr. name with difficulty.! Among the A .-...- Deo. 81t&. With Weekly Palm Beach News $2,
Women were not much la his line awn there was one be detested, and English" earl, your Hater I
..tiler. It wf inns .HilderbniKra fiance married I* a dear little fellow but
Mia HUderbrand bad lulled down llrrra'i you taken blm Into jour ar, bet and Old
.n blai and said that abe wanted him 1 raucemrntaT > Sadie-Dear? I should say ao. Papa I We: at subscribers must pay all back rUM .Wore they
to eotoe la,aad drink tea with !Mr. iHe baanl taken '_ Into his ar i|i paid half a minion toe blav-Kanaa 'J I can take advantage of these offers and cash
And when aba walled the question orher I rancementa." abe said. Oty Journal.Tfct.. in advance must all
accompany orders for
popularity was aettled. Brooks Ured at her u though hv
Attic that day Breoka became real bad lost his __ Mar .* Tr... r..... these combinations.
ember of tile ctab. TIle women left I Tre.been Jilted. Kb looked *cro .. "'h,....."qaerled' Uttte Johnny Bam '
younger men to talk t* him; the Ben ,, the valleys filling with BM aDd not ai ,I j pertnlckle.wbaf. a doable ebln." tog ADDRESS
lapped kiss oa tile back, tented him BrouLii.Habit. A conTeraatloa between your moth- or '
t* drtaka and voted him a toe C IcIeLap. are bird to break. ?b* ,I er' and grandmother, my non." replied lady
spoke to brrvelf aa much u to blmlt :1 tb* aid ....Cudanatf Eaaolrer. '''
< B. began to enjoy tb We and the ; !had gone on .>> tone It waa 0 haMi mna: Miami Metropolis.t'
new spirit af friendliness mat pervaded a)* if we bad ouvd loll' each other wi .. A. .0-- ....*. '
the *tmo pbera. There was Domore i j virtiM bare been married long ....- Now; fLat yew have at Jut killed a rotJ.'II.'
talk fit leaving this circle offcrigaC 1 1.1.. turned to Brooka. -But It hart rabbit t will prepare It myU.Oh. .- I'''
: pretty women and Jolly fellow Bose'. (ride to be thrown rorboard *'.1 j 1't "' ''' dean let tb* cook do It knows.
.. Brook realised that he owed tb* the Jay MM fceea tile mooej." she ..... 1 Jnt think the rabbit baa coat m* al 'n_ ; t'.J
.bans* t* hiss. uw.nwa One b. 'I .1'. d-4.t die .,....tIII&," most *3a--FUegende Blatter. ovtfa I
....her. why.ah' him "P. -- .,, ,

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" O-EO.-'H: MEYERS: IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 'nIl! !I I ...... ..- .....
UNITED STATES FOR THE SO:;THERN .
'Da< DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. I J story of two little girl who were trying
I| In tM matter of Condemnation of Land I I to explain what sort of a dog H was they

- Electrical Contractor ;' between El cayr. Sax and the Atlantic i j had seen reports Public Opinion. laIC
I Ocean one little girl: "It was one of those tv.i7 -
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f The President of the United States of dogs-you know the one that area
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i. America dog and a half long and halts dog
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high." Said the other: "You must know.
Avenue
I 1113 I To John F. Horr. Ej.. Unltod State I
It's
the sort. a dog that only has four
I Estimates for Uanhal for the Southern Di.trtct of leg*. but look. as If It ought to have
Florida: Orating: I sli." It may Interest ""Da1Ollet-hear
II ;Make known to Dnathan. Field. Mary of a fairly apt definition that a PubJI

F Electric Light Wiring. Bell wiring. :i I W. ObarA. : Frank Oiborn. Sarah C. C.- I Opinion man ours heard applied to the
F born. ,lola U Osborn D. D. Hmdrtekon. I dachshnad-"th* dog with tee I--

i it w Annunciator Work and Repairing of all Kinds. I Suaan C. Heodrtckaon, and Mary W. I XIV. kgs.'

Oiborn Executrix and Frank 0. A POSITIVE NECESSITY.
4r 1K>m. Executor of tb. Jut win and tMtamenl I

. I FREDK. S. MORSE i of Ear* A. Osborn. deceaaed. and I'I Having to lay upon my bed for 14
II rI all other
I pcrona Interened la th. follow- I days from a severely bruised leg I
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lag described lands
I ; that found relief when I used a bottle olBallard"
4.i I Wbereaa a petition was Bled la the Snow
Liniment. I caa cheerfully -
I REAL ESTATE abeevv.entitled ca.... praying the condemnatlnn recommend it as the beat medicine .
of certain land for the a*.
of the United State, d.ecrlbed aa follow for bruises ever sent to the amtd-
..: Commencinc at a point south ed. It has now become a positive a.-
., Office stairs Cor. Ave. C and 1* tb St. I .
up !4 degrees S* minute.
west M feet from
cesslty D. R.
myself Byraaa.merchant.
this upon .
Watch .
space ..
th. nortbeimt ..... of tb* northwest
Doversville. Texas. Be, We
Miami. Dade Co. Florda. quarter of aectl>.r 10. In township M ,
,south, r,.n.. C east rmniac thence south f 100. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.
for change of a decree I* minute eat abut Ie feet
i to the hare of the AtUntle Ocean. thence
I ..... TWO IS IZTJ: THAN 011-
POWERS MEAT MARKET following said shore ,horlJ' for about
VK feet, thence north 6 detret 1* minute H re'l. pointer for the IInao.....
Coast I vest (lore a Hn* irmllel to and readers! Yom want to ave .....
Florida East Railway ....
.ant at right ancle from the nortnern aad know how
we to help you. W.
Choice: lines of Florida and Western Meats.
Pork. boundary of I hi* tract of hud being can fix It so JOB pay a little more she
Sausage. Hams Poultry etc. deecrlbed. ItH feet) aboat lit f_t to low bar price of one paper and get the |wyoa .
water mark on BiacaTne Bay. tbenc.northerly want. The of the
price Daily
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1 sos At exec n. MIAMI. FLORIDA.
Schedules. following nil low water markkbont Timee-l'moo Citisea bas rsoeatly
1""* feet thence south 6 decree been reduced to the following prlcea

I-.' mlniile. MM Are You Going to Build ? a I dl<4ant at right angles from th* > : iOOtlts.------------------- s B9

"HI hers boundary of thl tract .f land 0.* year. ...... ... .. ......... d M
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belnr dmrrtbed. 1'c feet) about !S5t i feet
, We propose to send yea both tw*
to the point of commencement, containing
I so, or if you need building material of an) C., icrea more or to.., la Dad Coun Daily and Sunday Timee-Unioa add
should fail FlorUa ctcJ... and the Mrraorou fur: o'
ty. :
; you not to see Therefote. tk*** preaent are to command Six: months. ...... ....... .... I M
then and each of them, and any One year,. .a,.. .. ..-.... ..... tM
u.If and all We will send you the Semi-WeeUj
perran Interetted to or having
r.. lira upon rid land, t* b* and appear Tlmva-fnioa and Cltixea and Us
MmoroLia
&CO. before the Omit Court of the United :

= State tor the ....tIMn Diatrtct of Florida Six: month for ...... ...... ... t 1 NOne
e 5 at JackMortlw. *a Monday. June year ._.. ...... ......... t M
tk. VKH. then and there to HI* any objection :
Thus for U cent than the
more T
they hare and to how what
Dealers In Lens r. Lath*. Skl.|l*.. Mo.Mla. |..Casings. Brick Lims Interest they may and each of ..hoIaI' haT price of the daily you (ret two papers \
ID, Plaster Hair Etc. In the property hereinbefore deocflbed. and for fifty cent more than the) ref ...
" ".....I>.OOT.,*+a.. D sad Nth..VaesWilson's. and to how cause If any they can why ular price of h If rraoroua,JOB rt _
the Semi-Weekly T -- ------ -- --- - aid land should not be condemned aeeording -
Citizen and the Farm, and Trait 4 .
to taw M the a** of the UnitedState
-""" \ Grower. ;1
*: and why rack proceeding* as I*
dead your ubseripuoa. to us. SAL*
Noveltyla prorlded by taw should not b* had: why
I. ia advance always at tne price.
Jury should not b* ammone T.. Htrraopoua,
Ibo damage: why a Judgment of conoemnatlon .
.V>uU not be entered upon Miami, Fm

la BOW la operation and ready to re-.1 tM verdict of th* amid Jry. In pum .,
1I eeir orders. inre of the Statute In rack cae mad i -I- .
and provided: why such other and further :
FOR ANYTHING IN proceeding a* may b* provided bylaw

A. Robbins & Co. Window WOO aad% NOVELTIES.door screens. window enable In the nch United ease a State* may to b*ac neremary<|ulr* perfect to H (My) & Homer !i;

J. and dor frame, stort fixture, stair not b and* badWltne.e fee *tm[>l.-tltl* thereto should .

work inside trimming of all kinds. fie nonor bl. Melville TT Fuller. nd Rill Estate HJ Reiul Amis t t I
I Cnlef Jnvtlre of the Supreme Courtof ..
:E3arne: s.anc1 C arriaganopositcry. R. S. WILSON I the United: Stale., and th* Seal ofthi "'it ,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. I Conn it the City of List Y oar Property With Tki.i j : /
J 5. In mM THvttkt. in thl* ..JarkYOIo'j I

remembered after is Pills LID $PRCZVICLTIOSa.P. I day nt Aiwil. A t>. lint --S 1 a
Quality is long price - -- -- __ I (Sea:. E O. LOCKE. J ,A One piece tf bay front property .*"*
j I Clerk. I with riparian rights within a few
.' forgotten. ''minotrt walk of the buuneorator .
OHPER FOR PUBLICATION. I, ot Miami, briny :*40 feet on bay and {
F. W.HAHAa.ch1 r 400 feet deep bating a lot of Bat .
Quality Mkes the Bargain. |1111 th e Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial bearing; tree on I'. This it a la. *. *

I' Circuit. Dad Countj Florida place for a winter, bora*. ..

413.
I now have ia my" employ one of th* It appearing by afl'Iivit appended to 323 Tiftfi. Strttt. Stlntr Btek. .

best draftamaa IB the Booth, and am j I the bill in the above stated cause that MIAMI. FLA. i ;_ .

better prepared than ever for famishing i Wade H. Ray the defendant therein I I I I I IiI -:-

HEAVY BLACKSMITHIJfO plans and details for foot buildings i i named is DOD-fftl
F B Haven Her.aAll
> Brazing and Soldering work scroll sawing and an work BSnaUy | tweotv-one rears; it is therefore ordered roar Chairs. No '
All Work Guaranteed, Fint-Claaa. Waftiir: i
that said non-reldeat defendantbe
dose la a first class planing min
Best Service ia tie
and U hereby required to appear to City.
Send me your orders fur door s sad
Shop 800. A.venu.e D. window frame, balluatera. brackets '! the bill of complaint filed In said cause A COLBY. Proprietor

ett, and be convinced.MIAMI. on or before Maooday' the (th day of sot Tw.lfthlr....

June A. D. 1)04, otherwise the allegations
Fl. A of said bill will be taken a* confes ,

I ed by said defendant Clubbinge

It ia further ordered that this order

SEABO.ARDAir McNeill & Co.Lvery.Feed ',e published once a week for four consecutive @ Rates. t

weeks In the Miami Metropolis
i
'Dally) newspaper paUUhed la .
and Sale Stable12th .aid county and State. j i You can save money by subscribing s
Line RailwajrSavannah.
This Ind day of Ma,. 1904 I for the papers. .
Street West of Railroad. E. C Dea.+orn I'
you want through
F'OR We have gentle horses broke for ladies to ride and drive.Good Clerk Circuit Court.
S. O. Frttta.Deputy j
The
Columbia, Camden. Southern! Pines, Comfortable Carriages CWfc I I 4
Baltimore Robert R. Taylor
Richmond Washington ,
Raleigh, I II
Philadelphia. New York. First class Teams, and Solicitor for Complainant Metropolis.We :

White Drivers."Florida I I I can give you the
Three Elegant Trains Daily. Reliable I AH INTELLIGENT MOUSE.
Daily Times-Union and -
Seaboard New Yorkji M itea. ;

Seaboard.Express Seaboard Mail .-... ........ ..-*,M..>.... MMUMf-..4..4'.... I.*<...Her rilled Teat t p K4 free le. Wall....*.Keep Daily Metropolis for '1

I ...... -, )
T. 10.00 a year or botk '

Modern Pullman Equipment. Pastime" $ THE Record r Whea we tlll.k of'"mice It I* usually for six months dots i i.00.

.. ..... ...... of ta. trouble they cause us; we are sot \ .
e.ab_1 !ter Y.rt U a. It a Vela M.. .ad..tv.ry of Puna. ; -
Tt... .>.., .soma _tM\tnawl..__ .... ." and _........ e.rs.p.r.M4.ail. Pub/6JWq Co-, apt to credit the rodeata with much laUlllcence. i
BkXxMti* "...at ...._....w 1y.t..via wa.btagto......... N. s.......1..M,.m. ." said a lady at the sewing 1\
J is"ack** .'\1.. -,...dally.......? sP4 Skis Stun r kwws w eke.eeta.... rkws..-.- .. Wruauw tke ....Ileal". ol a _""f.h, illtrau: taw.lyr.aruia..4 the New York i
Flertta B>euac.ae4 B a dull II.*ta k. E4IW4 ky a core. mt mojpele*! mr. aad womc. Half UHWKl.m Time*. "but I really had aa experience 1
daily through sleepers fron. J kaa4 mi _II"fraaM eack t..... ..gb 1.5.4..nwmti.r to reae gad .
Only line operating old It.miUreleeTery b... ft tiir.:n_tLOOt_ which shows that the little ereatmr'Spo..a.
tftdAL be KecMd CoaipaeT.........to slats tki pt>l_... witk M _..". a food bit of wisdom after alt I Daily Metropolis. j
Jacksonville to New Orleans. pb.cnpi1u Ii..4............ 1_..... 1'. M ..... the folk.wiag eatraore..ary I
.. 5._.. a*5.55 below 1.4 r I.d..tnal Reonrd. bad beea annoyed: for anese time by a
c.? _r ...ri_. rbs ,
_. 4.. kov rk..i.d or *........WEeery ,". ia] (st.....'ri r.S.... ,...... of the bedroom. Thy albbled my
,...",."!calar... Mti>emt win rwaiee... clothes, disturbed my sleep and whom I Semi-Weekly
fua inronn.&tion.nd sleeper reservation, call on any rent of the ail ... I
For .MaNy a luke
.aee.r wntisg ,,=-:1 arks.iaji.ifFlerMa fel..atlv they grew so bold a* to.. lato th* Times
Seaboard, or write e.a'rae.d ..*..wenk*.', caaary's cage zed eat up Ita seed my lLmon
cst.. km.1.417. ;L..+F.e toSs I
and I determined
paUeae Bare oat
1
A. 0. McDOHHELL stf.fai.rta. in lactsonllle, Fit. i i Industrial Record Gomoaajr-; them. I boncht strap sad set It by "I $550 a t
the hole la U. walL For I.* .!seta I yea. -J
;
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S. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Agt. I'< passed without catching, o... although!
,&.... '.' & & .t&t,. .. .&t..., & .., ;'I they were still there, for Uey kept up = Times-Union both |

.. '', their aoise. although not coming lato .
-- I one year. S2.OO. j
.
my room any more.I
wATER a. GRAHAM JUlES M. JACKSOX. J. S L PATTE.V>. CentrallyLocateo found that the trap wan all right, ---- ----
m._ :Tk+P.I 1iac"Y.M Y1... ThePioneer but the hole la the wall had beea closed .

from the Inside I pulled the ailing oat ', The Pompano Inn 1 iIn.
.
--- It was not easy work for it bad been *
Dade \ Co. 'I evidently put there to stay and was
QDugty.bstraet/ E. A. FOKELL PROPRIETOR made of bit of plaster and rubbish. I .: fJeComb Proprietor,
kept the bole opea with the trap close
IIUHlPOIUTD i to It, bat Bert day It was filled: ...... Pompano. Florid..
I repeated this clearing oat process flv* -
SE:TELL BU1LDIXC MIAMI. FLA. times and lee times the filling was re-
RATESJ.oo TO $J.o PER DA placed. It was evidently the work of the Acjommodationa tor 2'eatellMW
f mother mouse to prevent her little ones onProduce buyer aDd ara
.. .. Hotel Corner Avenue B and nth street from ......, through what bad proveda licitor will find that
,......- aed t.JMiWn Aketncu k t *'assume*....lr...".. "_.*.* .......* all -.. toM ******ofUM. lent.: C fatal gate to-so au,. Aid heft the corer more territory in a day
I MIAMI, FLA. bole closed for the mice did sot coma i from here. than frum any outsa

I I Into r my room.. acaJa.. :" ._. ._......---, ---.' point on the liAc.r' .



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GENERAL BANKING" fort Dall a s National' Bank.

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
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OF MT A..MTV FT. A ... ..,.i<,

C.. ..Jrt'AL.; S 1..00.000.00







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The Comptroller of Currency has made another call upon National Banks for a report of their ...-l

condition at the close of business March 28th, 1904. Below is a condensed statement of the condi- ,

tion of the Fort Dallas National to which the public attention is called, showing continued increase .


in strength and business. .. I



Report to the Comptroller of Currency (condensed ) of the. Condition of the Fort Dallas Nation i

Bank at the close business March. 28th, 1904.



AsjsetsLiabilities..

Loans! and Discounts. . . . $l63.y 554: Capital Stock. . . 1 . .. . .$IO.OOOOO I

f Overdrafts . . . . . . 250 iS Surplus. . . . . . . . 2.00000 -:'

[ U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation. . 25,000 ooPremium Profits . . . . . . . '06972National

on the same . . . .. 1.437 50 I Bank notes outstanding . 25.000 00

I Dade County Bonds:. . . . 5,00000 Deposits . . . . . . 262,070 93

t.. Banking House. . . . . . .p.2 q 13

U. S. Bonds owned . .$56,625 oo .

; Due) from Merchants National. 4 JJ : I .' 1:,

Bank of New York. : . II 9.'i 59 88" '

f Due from National Bank of

,1::: Jacksonville . . . 18,59946
\ Due from Mercantile Exchange -

F, Bank of Jacksonville 7,33613

'} Due from Trust Companies of '. : .' -

New York . . . .. 7,50020
f; Due from State Banks and

..
ss .. Bankers . . . .. 10,34908

Due from U. S. Treasurer. .. 1.25000;

i J Cash on hand in vault . 33.263 8 153,783_ oo
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S39O.64O 65 $390.64065 .


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.... SECOND PRIMARY CANDIDATES. I -
110l XLF. TIOS SW8 IX HOLK.: I mow putting corn and j
toe for their second crop. :
Below lathe Hut of thore who will "
fz I* P.lk eo..ij there will be Jobnton a tee fourehe'are The truck cultivated farms alone almost hare to make the race la the' second j (: $5,000.00IS

1,: and and A.primary It.Ca-ter, between for on Hamp*of the repre ivrly by white, and will I primary oo Jane 7th for this county: ..
of Green thing over .:rlXHI apiece :. _
": .estatlvn.. be William Fop Governor fis :: -
I. the oqiunt bringing in the be.t I 1 In Lund,+,-Yilli.baring sad been Wiggiss nominated will run on I -- NA'OUOS B. IJROWAKO.T. 4j) Palm [Beach; Stock r

again Sheriff. Park Trammell detested WRITING: ABOI'T \' R. ..,. AVi8. .

'': 1)rabe a* Senator. Pretton. of i Mr. Edwin A. lux the noted Fur RepmeatatlT In <'onit.Voi :.... a. Being Closed out at ;
Anburarfale, will be County J..JIfe.1 I lit engaged preparing an < tar OTMJFRANK
A Will Jordan beat Col. Boyd for Tax., Everglade of Florida. for the CLAJtK
/NEW/
; Collect**. I Mairaiine. The article will CHARLEU ir.rttl YIc\ YORK COST.
_
5 tome time next winter, Par Member National Democrats Com .
i: WKEKLTiCKOP Bn. ETIS. ,I Mr. lib and. Rev. J. N. Mae _.mates. -- ,:
(Tot. for )
. .... ,pent about two weekt rxplo .;
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.
W Ktergladei about a month -< JEFP'ER80. .- Interfered With Cold>> and ,were accompanied.by .... X GIBBONS.

.t'C Drouth.Wathington. who secured many excellent For secretary of State Mens
-, Nobby and
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that section of Florida. The Vole fur dnJAMES) Up-to-date Suits
i .. May l -Tbe weekly Will be of exceptional..,....' E. BROO$;!:. I i1 Made of Summer
.
bslletislssu'd b' the Weather,. and retidentt.At. t : Weight Cheviots. Home
rt
crop H. CLAY CRAWFORD.For ;
f real says: 1// Augu.iise spans, I Wool ,Crash :and ; English Cricket
, "***;;i4'ta.; .;., pa. been nnfaToraWetut J -- ProMCntinaAUorn_ 7. Cloth.
. (TM for J S I WilsonlBros|[ Cluett and Star make
gti.a throughout lb!cotton belt; AN AS..U.I OF THE I H. F. ATK1X60X. i ----
. la portion of the eastern - -- ---
drouth -
and .
ROUT. R. TATUOR.For
1-1. CompUi.U
e ri '
I
to proved
districts i'
of atasds -tinue from ML Stockton who when he Tax Collector, 250
aU poor ectloo U the N'a'nl 'M out on his campaign witn hit ; (YoM for -. I
t' Bearly dislrtots but goud .talHl. are; box, thought he was going lo I T. 1*. OAUT1ER Suits Miens Underwear
eastern
rule ia LouIs1. Oklahoma and the state like a prairie ere, I I R. B. If'LENOON. NOW ON. ,
Tu'tae tofr the las' pawed Fltale the reach to the dignity a .. I I...... county Aree.or of Tall.. Wool, Balbriggan Lisle and Fancy Lisle.
generally tlraa' and theplash but one county in the state (Vote for _. AT.
_
t fields,are _
wa.la Ie twit is the i 1 wat in the little county ol Clay. I 0D! ). 0. BUTLER.
,: are Cb..ttplnl' I. welt .d.1 Hi wa a most crushing d.r...
XIMAKIE8.
C. L.
f'ittrk1' Sewcll's
t. .wncei .114 ". ".Uo. I- tile south- lie obtained small "' Clerk Circuit Cmn, I Hats For Man
It-- _u ....I_!.._ i* .ceneral. Boll weevil,/following counties, tb: oi"i" (Vote for OIM.) .
.r.--- i.ereasl.g I. ... '" v. 'IVII.
a" a" a I i Brevard.. Citrus. Columbia, E. C. DEARBORM.
.F have.ambet.f..titMwtan sppes a" south ee.Iral .. |and Paao. / J. 5. FREDERICK. Tailoring
.I. Teua.f roavtlet
ee&oII..tI. Contldrred by << 1I .-- -
... II'Itr.I .
...1.... Ohio, Pennaylvasla, Jennian a little better. I Vets for _.)
f Ylrgiwta.WDsas pasta are backward. tie obtained a majority In J. i: ABRAM Establishment 100 == -
well I. X.rJ"". 11:... do-bit borne county and, I .
o but they sri JOHN FROHOCK. ,
' lucky and Tesnemeetun Tn. plant. in the following cotinth*. YIII: (_ MENS STRAW HATS.
; bs.ua Ia..nr. !!?' t3tate.. i -Ga4I111... JrlTrrton. I..,. LEGAL PAPERS.i -
f t.tla gen er..1.l'C.' '" CaroliDLt I_, Liberty and Taylor. i You will find anything you -- ----
r> TIle tnl'&Wok Is generally prowNat. Senator Taliafrrr received ,I
t .esf'lPJ"' for peaches is the twsre it... In the followings uattee.Ti ; The following papers were Bbwt I.t Ini wish in this stock except 100
northerly iertJoM. to tb'Soutbea Baker Bradford, .Dade I" clerk'a offlc. draft court, today.
of p.acbe D tal. Kteambia. .,..IIU.. I t shoes which MENS FELT HATS.
a deed Boaton
States.kow*er. good crop | Warrantee 'and Flor we are now
b proal.ed. boroucb. Jackson, Manatee Atlantic Crust Land Co., to W. E. ---
j ,.. t '<>ranK OMioula ,'......, for t11111, lot d, bill t Hallaadal.Warrantee having a: sale of at our
i ,/1/ U 1 .VoJutia Walton and "..bla<<"' zoo ;
BIUl'CU' GOOD )[ETERX; 1.'nt .. 'I deed-W. II: Twin to J.
1)1110Na
Be reeetted pluralities the shoe
I store. .
Wolford and H. J. Kepperly for p)
... .Ing eoaotiet,rlts I, 9. blk :. HallKKlate.8ati MENS CLOTH HATS.
Small >rarni.In ._ Vte a Tip' Alae..... Calnoyn ----
to Their 4dnstale. Dol....., Lake I*.. Madhion, ..fartton from Ralph of mortgage M. Munrot.-Jane* O z=-
e ,Munro, Polk ullu..r. Santa
Warrantee deed-Fort DalUa Land
.... xsw Oct..... r.... May ..-$oat.f and Waknlto.In .f the to ceo R. Baker for tt.%W. lot 12. 33i 3333JOUN
all out
... gave 1eioat. farmers at GoldenI.ad.ws.7AT.oeeheParMt. thirty-one lit. north. Miami.SaUufnrtlon .
.
counties In the state,and
] ; lbs tip I" .. of morttajte*-Dade Co. .
...
..... this They did led. majority both tortt
*. plant jrr
Co. to Atoozo Sawyer and I SEWELL!! BRO.I31OO12
_- .., plaU t'the <**.!. _\nil. aidW.Oi :Je..lae. and Scott C Payne and wife. &
..,. .....illeir. crap et 0
just '
, It would be wen enough to Mortgage deed-A. B. Donthlt to
sacks. as .--.. .,'I. a Md.iGOI .... /r (
.
.the marriage of divorcod .... C Rnmph, and aimifnaient of .
for lbs .....or about taw .
j.II, sad child .i. 'M It would be null batter a pr.._ ; orticaa* Edward C. Rum ph to QrI F.EEtFfEFEEEEfEFE aFrr>F fiEEEEEEEEE r
ways I
etH1.t5 half marriage of porous who oafht ... Rooner, on lot 12, Mk. Its, Ml-
They made about M 12tkSr ct.
much a tfdr hauler potatoes.aM are t". .-WaOteftoai Poat. i .. I MIAMI FL 1.



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