The Daily Miami metropolis
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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: October 3, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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I i' ] I I GIVEN' R [:8UKj :. OF ANLY'MoRNIN9-" Fl f BECAN I TODAY. .H01 t'' JOHN '.H HAY y

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I J t Well Known Lad Meets a Tragic Death at 1:30;: O'clock this Morning ,
At 10 O'clock in Regular Octoberor By State Democratic jExecutiv In Dade.County With Very Large Delivered
Today at 13th International
I I' While Trying to Escape I From Burning House-Was I I -
Committee at Jacksonville.
Fall Session. i I- I
Literally Roasted Alvi But lived"'Three I Congress.
; ours- Other
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,f, Inmates'tofthe House Injured While Trying to Escape. I

Those Who Were Present arid Whit Was And Requested to Come' Off Met. But HeRefused 1 I UL t! Miami Pull!:..'School find j an EnroDment of foavened'at Bostoo .
I II I r I I -Tfce Secretary Dwefe
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Done-Grand Jurymen Chosen for I erm. -/:Emmet Wolfe Appointed I t Fraught with' dekth. Injury and destruction uere ,;appealing and Bean-rending 350 Scholars-Blj/ Increase Over the '(". Iol the Issues I"of i the Day and Tels
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Afacbed His Place Crady Succeeds Koonce. : use"roDd.uctd uhlle'kbe, aged father tottered withrief I ; 1
Witnesses forNot Sbowt ig Up! Johnson I Last Terni-"The School Faculty. \f
{ < by Mrs. M. E. at the cornert I; and cried "Oliver Is gone." Our. Country's;, Proaress.;

i .r Avenue D and, Ninth street was con- The"fire department sri 'ed as quickly / \ .

+ I umed by fire this morning at 1:30 I; as possible but tho< angry flames had I \
] 1 //clock and as. a result Oliver; the"six. fompletely enveloped thethouse' which -4 /

The fall or October term oil., the elr- As a result of the meeting;of .tile year old sop} of Mrs. Johnson, was at old wooden structure\ and very Throughout Dade county and the Address Dell >red
by Hon. John
cua court of' Dade count y I convened r State Democratic Executive. Committed I teeD a corpse from burns, while 'sev Inflamable., Fortunate j jlb"re we State this[ morning): there was a genre at Boston, on October 3, 1904I Hay,
C I I Jacksonville Satuiduy, to appoint a eral .
this moraine at 10.. -o'clock In jtL ls city occupants of,the house are more no homes or other hulKIng! adjoining opening of all pub'lc, schools ,other I
successor to Hou. J. C. D. Koonce as a than .esteem it a great honor t
I j opened at earlier dates by and privilege -
less burned and and
ones or injured. its was not dlr. ult Ito keel the
with. Judge .MIDor'S.. ., ( pn, siding, PresIdentlaT'elector l and to and ,to .be aIJo..e to extend 1 1e
I Investlgatr J a property point the'loss, is fire from communicating to other special request, frr.m'all Indications .to youth g'
.and with the following court! fficials nisi bray thEt i"Ic,,' .of the committee; pot t much magnitude but the scene buildings, ',The house buffed: like tin the. present' term I.romises larger* welcome! j bt t Government and ::1
attorneys J. D. on the Holloway case, lion J. E. GraJy attendance the people'ot the United States
and :present: Judge, of destruction ancj suffering was heartrending ( er and within a few muted from the and better work than ever of it
e prosecuting attorney; John Fro- -of ApalachlcoU' wu eliosen to succeed and appalling, and many stout- time the fire 'was first discovered it before., I America on this memorable and auspicious ;i

Jtock;. sheriff; E. CVDrarbornJ clerk. Mr. Koonce; whlta Hon. J. Emmer hearted men shed esrs for the afflicted had fallen in and was totally! consumed.. In Miami the public acnool opened occasion], No time could be more 's

and attorneys R. R. T aTlor.,W. tar. Er- Wolfe, of Penucolii, 'Wj* nomlnat 4 h tP family>{ and the injured boy :who was The origin and cause o' the_ fire Is 'with. an attendance of three hundred fitting for this gathering'of a parliament :!

''v n. S. U Patterson. erA: Worley, M.O. go on the ticket for election t* SateSuperintend : blackened and burned almost beyond. mknown., The buldlrg! | 'was owned and fifty as against"r.one hundred and of peace,than today, when at the :!

Price. R. B. Gautler. H. F. Atkinson, "'nt of, Public School., a* recognition. | >y Mrf$ T. N. Gautfer said war worth i. fifteen for the ...mil date'One year ago other end of the' world the thunder of t Q Qa

O. W. M. Williams, C, C.: fjhjuilngs* an opponent' to Mr. Hot'-owsr : When discovered the lower.west'eDd robaWy 1500.00 and both house. and and with a number of o'ber pupils who. destructive !land sanguinary war la .

worth and W. L Meealf.I I There was u much Interest Imthi* of I the building was I In flames,'and the turnltare were partly. Insured.Today will join the Institution within the :, deafening the, nations while .here we "' f

Immediately 'after the convening. of meeting a. had been pre (Iced but the occupant sslept on without knowledge } there, Isa: scene I of gloom next 'few days it 1 ex wcted that the are preparing(to settle the question of ;.

court the venire of Jurymen summoned prediction that ther wo' ill: bo a'Usht of their, great da tger. Pistol shots round the- charred ruins, and many school will have al pool four hundred a vast transfer of power by an' appeal

for this week and from which tbb i grand over the Holloway cue was uct Verified. |, ere fired by people' living In.the vl- Islted the' spot to see where in such or D.ore'studeDtS: {during the term; to reason andorderly, procedure,'under .:

jury was to be chosen was call ed and .. ID' fact the retclutiun asMng hinity'of the burning house to arouse short time such terrible results pre- ,The opening exercises were simple 'the sanction of a law implicitly accept .

out of the :thirty-six summoned but for the withdrawal of Mr.: Hollo*:ay |I he, occupants and others and which ailed: 1 and were expedited In a perfect and ed by'elgntly! millions of people.* No i
thin from the race was nnanlic,.i.iil.* lIlLII'M'' successful manDer.f Tne place could be more suitible they thls- ._
Of number
were "
eighteen responded.; 'ilarm was at once taken up by the Ice ,With the death of youn Johnson, the )
all qualified except:' J, CJ Hollr. who after It had ben Introduced mid 'nr"ivl rorks.. electric light plant and locomo- re department suffers the loss of.ttwojnembers. gathered .In the large I Assembly room. high hearted !Ity, ,which has been for i

.' was excused for cause he being a post to by' J. M. Barr, There was a spirited -/:I Ive 'whistles It was not UDtll'then Young Allec.Rooney' who where Prof. Hall save them a talk on nearly three hundred years the birthplace :'
:' 1" debate .however. after the mceiniof "b ool t life! and thj home !
master. I : !! duUea.// and what they are o every Idea of
hat .the occupants of the house, a was seriously InJured 5 Friday nightt :
-A special venire of one Jurym an was* the telegram from Mr Hollowai&Wdining jlozen or more, wero awakened. 'exercising' on the reel, and the expected to do and should''accomplish progress enlightenment which has"x I
come down, 'precipitated b> during the term.IIIe germinated In] the Western World: To 's
then summoned to complete +jthe panelof By this time tjie house was practl- attervlctlm.' who wo-e enthusiastic in questioned them :
the, grand Jury and the sh riff reported hose who then took the position thai} ally on fire throughout,. and those In ire duties." about the talk, b cave: them at the bid: you welcome to toe home of Vane; ,:.

with D. S. Bryan, ..ht qjuallflediry Mr. iolloway was the regular nominee it had barely time to make their es- Mr4|Hullo was from, t. :Beach, close: of last term and wastgratlfied to of WInthrop.!and of Adams of Chan- ;

and wu sworn in. the grandl U then and that the committee had no authority ape without securing any their elects fend bad ben here bnt a few days. .His find, that what ha. had said had:been ning and Em T'1JOn. U to give you the J
ate ,fol- to ..take his name from the< remembered ,and made freedom of na mean e1ty"to make ;:
being,completed for .the | as' ; ,. J. H. jSJnsletori: a printer, Injuries are In no way rious and he Impression you
lows L. L. Dodge F. W. Amasc n. J. A.Dann. ticket ? [ tumped from the second story window returned' tojecelvc his Lome this morning 1o on many mlnds. The e exercises consisted partakers Of// a spiritual 'IDherltaDce'

G.' M. McLendon. R. 8. IVilson, The action of the committee and the {to the ground sprainlnff one shoulder attention and get weJJ' of, prayer, singing of school. songs without whlc t, with all our opulence }
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.. : hi3 +jH** A. F.jA'ilson. reply to the notice by Mr. Holloway 4 etc, after :which the scholars repairedto we should b poor-indeed_ It II true l.1 i
"Tr" y d a hip
; : rerr.tLrumN' _JiV\AJ J-IulIni;, a carpenter. t "'ILL :TENDEItA-ID.,
Tfe- 11 nn :: ''f"twcr'flentocrs s' > the.r.: various to be that this geat Commonwealth has
Lang'H. E. Brtggs7Cba | .. 'is gn'te badly burned on the leg'andbody rooms assigned _, ..-J
R 1 Oliver. C. L. Dorothy,!''j. jtAT .. bel.r.g on the cket.: one nominated l>yprimary' while a 'Mr! Hart suffered Injury A special meetin; of the Miami Restudies and take"up ti.e' preliminary. 'sought; with 'the sworl' peace under .

J, Wallace. E., K. Monlfjai R, C sand "the other, earned by the lo his hands. j let Asoclation was held! this morning work of the school year, f' liberty. We {confess that manywar's' '
McGriff. J. '\\. dower and JD MryM executive committee.. The committee Reports are conflicting, relative to 'or the purpose of taking steps to aid All were jolly and hlch; spirited over have left the1' traces"in-the 'Dales of

n aL I li li'The I determined by Its action to place the jtbe',burning of Oliver Johnson, but itppears Irs. Johnson,and a!ist, tier in getting the opening! of school 'and the little .history and its literature; art hasadorned
Jury Immedlately'retlred elect matter up to' the Democratic voters that he in Another home and ,,establishing her- folks and, teachers went about their ubll.! places of this stately
slept one of the mid-
a foreman and a few minutes I 1 ,ter returned of-the, State.' (i dle rooms up. stairs, that he was! one elf again. 1u,the ibietpe of Rev. Dr. woriC zealously and Interestedly.Owing town with] the statues of its heroic *

and announced tl f"sell tloh of Chairman" D."U. Fletcher stated th! of the' last to wake up, and that to \t{. E. Stanton, president:! of the Asso to'there. |bl'ng About forty or sons.. But the* 'dominant'note of 1U

L:, I* Dodge. They were then' I tutrnctItake'up- object of the. meeting.. The question make his escape without jumping froma elation: the ,relief -work jls being conducted more scholars. to' be
ed by tbe court arid( 'retired ,' of proxiesWa firstt -ker< up. A resoii' window, he ran down stairs, In his by" Messrs. Powell. Enloe, Neljson. they can be graded it Is' impossible. to spirit: ,has teen 'that righteousness

their duties ', .to lIon offered by E. A. Crawford to tin e night clothing, ; stairway was then .' Stoneman and Fa Is, Dr. Enloe day to give! the exact number in each which ejiSgflteth a nation. that n*...II-

W._S. Hill ,'811 swore I deputy effect that a'member of the coaunltt .e on fire and he had she to rush through the taking It upon hlmllt'lf't I'solicit funds, grade but In all the classes there is an once to t1! jlnBer, light which! )rads,

clerk of the court '0 '.,jlnJ; rtk DearWuedfor- bald have his proxy in writing to aiij seething' I This he 'did but got |and after having been out" a few hours Increase over the number ;W' last 8e1t along th -- aths of peace

bora In his"daUes.I.I! ', Democrat; in the. State was adopted. to a ftaines.I'and there fellMr.. his morning he announces! that the son. The High phool however,opens And the policy of the nation at large

AttaiiienU.were{ crdc This was in direct opposition :to' the Hart'was near at hand and seeing the people are subscribing laterally to this with thrtY-\evenl.! \ the hrgest number which owesto: much of Its_civic spirit

.F, a number of witness', ',U h U been, rules of the committee, establish 'd'athe boy- enveloped In/flames, .wentto his worthy cause, and tha: quite a sum in its history TomorrowjstuJ!, w.) to the founders of New CT;::MJ. has
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summoned bet who tiled to put Inafter first meeting of the committee, aDd assltance and dragged him from the has, been donated. begiu and (rum pen on for tar' next >Mea in thej main a, poUc' 0: pea 'e.

an appearance thie rjTil ln this action was taken without' rescind: :doomed building?but not before he was FUNERAL' TOMORROW.The eight months there will be a cramming During the hundred ani twenty years '-

which the court 'adjourned I intil 2 Ing,the"*vrevlous ac'ion" 6f .the commit- burnedbeyond F recognition. body of the tP3'n boy has been knowledge Into 'th'!' ,Heads and of our Independent existence we have '

,,, o'clock.'at which hour Judge' Jo I'> took tee., ',- From' there ha was taken across the turned over to Undertaker V.'. F. stiller brains of our,future men and,women. had but three wan with the outside 4

1< up the habeas corpiM >Mnitlease the re- Mr.: Crawfon desired to take up IheHolloway street. to the, west' o' the fire and latd who will prepare !jlt for burial. The faculty.' of the school Is as follows world, though' we have" had a most

t of J. E Davis held jbjt t". ruititrf matter at once, but this vas on' the sidewalk|where a curious crowd Tbe hour' of the funeri will be four grievous and dolorous struggle with

r .I'.. auttor1:,** as a fug 'v f omIt ,-1:4'" objected, to by J. M. Bryan; who went. ;;atnered .about shim. He was'uncon- .oclock tomorrow.; Rev. H. G. Porter of- High School-W. TV. Hail principal; our--owD peo ile. We have.had. I think

will probably bit a,Oajo f* two oe- C4 the business transacted In the order .wloQ'l and moat ed pitifully. Later hew Qdatlug,, The Yoang'Company merican, Hose Miss Hattie Carpenter and Miss Sarah a greater re .atlve Immunity from war
1 f' fore the court will bui ggtt n prevailed 'as carried to ); the rear porch' of Dr of which th deceased was o our
:' to Jury trial as jltae III ;tau e and the first matter,b :cire <'' afer's reslden, and there Dr. Jack- a member'wUr'fum'sh an escort, and Grammar Grades' -Mr?. Maud Bar- greatest. meshave. been .earnest advocates -'
be the t the/:committee was the :resignation,[ol l Miss Ruth and; of The who
t to given) grand i'ril( ran admlnlsteei. a ,dreg'. to ease. his turn out in a- body, at t' e funeral.In ron Rlckard? Miss Lillian peice. very' men
;;;;' findings before' thj ,bn,ness can li* J. C. B. Koonce as nominee of the pain In this condition i, he lingered nn- honor: of C deceased the ,flag at fire Norton. | founded oust ,liberties with the mailed

; take up auJ expedi'ed. ]il( i Democratic party for Presidential: elector I'l 5;o'clock this morning when deathrelieved department, headquarters has been intermediate Grades Miss Ella'Sin' hand detested and abhorred war as the _

.' This resignation wa saccepted.; all paid:. placed at, halt-mast. aa
MR: PAYNE WORSEJ There' were only two nominationsto i, The cries'of toe heart-broken mother until! after the fimerpl Mss! Nellie Bro D. follies. .Franklin and Jefferson repeatedly '

'i I M fill the vacancjr caused, "jr this ,yes!"l&t10n. f I Primary Grads-figs (Lillian MeGahey. denounced.; It-the one! with all .;

.W hington.Oetober:3-C: I, tm aster Frank Walpole, who,was mr1'o I, Miss Adeline 'Alls In and Miss' the energy. \|of ,his rhetoric, ,the other
,4 General Payne's condition U agj ama n crltjmorning- run withdrew hiS( name, stating luat GO NDWbNS AT. < GRIMES OF A Kate Colyer. I with the lambent fire of his ''wit. But

: scat Up to 3 o'clock Ith'lsMr. the question of his hiving left the State \. From other sections, of the county not, our philosophers a'one-our fightIng -

.-Payne was doing weiirlbuj: at that last summer" might be raised! by the *! reports are encouraging | for a good men have' seen at close quarters

;: hour he had a sinking lpe} ,L: n4> untiliy Republicans. ,Mr Walpole placed j Iin PORT ARTHUR I (GRAZED MAN school year withi: aa increased attendance how htdeoui is the face' of war.. Washington -,

;; 11 o'clock today vise kep*j alive; stun nomination the name of' J. Emroe, : over that of the laetiterm[ saidl 'dl'flfnt' wish. is to lee
ants I Wolfe, of' Escambla county.. J.. jM-i j this plaguevto mankind. banished, from

Dr. Osier I Is expected t fojartj lye soon Bryan nominated' J. E Cardy of A palachicola. -I DESPERATE. F'IGfITING. the earth H 'and '*a!n he said, "" ...?

k.. from Baltimore to Join tBeit1eiclans ree phythatthe- The vote wag .ordered 'j byro ----0- i :nave experienced, enough; of its eyllic"n i "''- '

.;,'.. now with the patient' lcallIth the result that Gr-nyj Horse Flesh bj Being Eaten-Terrible Defirtous With Fever fliarks (GertreB Deals Chefoo October 3.-N!'ws I from;; Port this. country to know that I'It should
At noon the bulletin wedj: received twenty, votes: and We l: Arthur describing the' attach by the not be wantonly or unnecessarily entered ,
r hnprof ed since twelve. Scenes of Death.-.Japs Have Lost Death to Four Persons at O'Brien's }' '
patient Was somewhat Japanese says that an..rf} a desperate upon There is no. discordant
inora'rg. He has :j ta'njji! .li, nouaahr The Hollow'ay, case was then 'taken .. struggle the'Japs captured the hill and note In the utterances of Jour' most
Port Arthur., landing Ma. lnlhe Woods. :
20.000 Attacking -
went and Is now:rest'ne! ; p, .-[iv. 'Tbi s =p.' Shelton Philips cubTJtUd tie:: liesao&jf ( that the Russians retook I the position eminent'!soldiers( on this subject. The

puysiciaos auuuoiiut thatjii I I I i:y etui I he bad taken ::.t _inesvillei '. after a herd battln. Mines, .exploded moat; famous utterance of General

prolong the hopeful condition or twen- Xai ia wntlas It.::! At alt with hli I j jCheoo ,,1 causingbeavyksses Grant-tbe;one which will linger l trc-

, -ty-four hours there wu:. be s j e hopensigned actions in the matter'ai\d Mr. Hell I r' ; The Russians/ est'mate f the Japanese est In the memories of men- -was the
; to October 3.-.--:Chinese who. left :Memphis, Tenn,, October 3. James
for bis. recovery.. I I way's'refusal appear in his own ;I1 behalf : lose In the four fighting at 20,000 prayer of [ils war-weary heart Let
I' -' : I Port Arthur last, Saturday and' ,wbc Weaver' and" Will Anderson. Fred men ray J us have peace.": Sherman reached the
<:I 1 LAID TO REST. J. M. Rivers attorney for.Mr. Holloj sere previously:enraged in' burying Burt and Susie wiiliadnegroes; were ( v acme of hit marvelous gift of epigram

:' !j" way. appeared before the committee Itbehalf the dead say that the effect of the Russian shot todce-th by "Charles Gertrell at RUSSIAN SH P AT SHANGHAI.ShaughaL when.he said "War Is bell." Lincoln

,, Remains' of' Senator Hoar rifle, The slopes of the high hills an Gertrell was delirious trith fever, and '
: to Earth Today.' '. explaining the letter's action I Octobt 3. -A Russia ned had directed our van armies and,
I ;1- 1' He was repeatedly Interrupted by'quesl 'Uttered with Dangled holies and severed jumping from his bed' seized his gun warship sup to 'be the armor navies, uttered on the threshold of eternity

Worcester, Mass,, octobe 3.-Thefuneral lions wjidjs said to have made some heads and llmta.In # lad run amuck. H? '.herwardl leaped cruiser Banyan, of tbf" Port Arthur the fervent sad touching aspira-

\, ol'Se ator George FriableHoar admiKrons dama;lze 1 ,to the. Superin, one trench the Chinese say they from the store, from hhh'he did the squadron, b- reported anchored'Saachou at Con'that *the 'mighty IIC'OUrp.of war

was"held'here today ;wl Jt a briefprayer tendent-elect buried 300 Japanese an<* 200 Russians i j shooting and after grabbing up ,two Bay Two tufts lave proceeded might speedily pass away.**

? led by [Edward|: Everett' Hale Others were also heard on the subject 'J'hlle It is true the regular water supply 1 pistols:'dsapeared: olDt? the woods clad hither to brine her 'to( Shanghai. There has teen no solution of contin-

chaplain of the United,, States Senateand and,afterwards xveral resolution i of' Port Arthur hat been stoppei [only In b's night clothes. There was 'I u'.t1"" in the sentiments of 'our Presidents -
a life long friend of Senator Hoar were presented declaring that Mr. Hoiloway by the Japanese, the fortress has othsupplies po"clue to'his whereabouts this morn- STRENGTHENING dUTPOSTS this '
to ,
on subject this
up day.
t at the house. J( : U Is guilty of serlods offenses, am which, can be taken oily whe: :ng, -, I I '_ ,,l McKinley deplored with every pulse of -
- > The ;then w brtjsd to the that he Is unfit to hold the fortress falls' [ -
;} body wu )office and thajt St Petersburg,) October' 3.A
dispatch his boneat)and kindly heart the advent: *
'f' Church of Unity :where the ; lubltc exercises it win the sense ot the'commlttee' that The garrison has xufflrient food or I' THE COTTON ,MARKET.. wu from' hid ,
U received today) GeneraiSakhturoff I of the which he hoped might
, ; were hed.j.J Business < f the city he come off the ticket i, |' rupplles. Tinned meats have been New York., October S -Futures.open- J : wait '
!\ anDouctng'tlIat the! Japanese not come In his day nd gladly haUed ,
1, was suspended ,and ttojasaids lined After much;discussion a motion to I j(nearly exhausted, and the troop.now an|ed easy. October !980; November 983: have strengthened their 'advance .. '
the earliest moment for asking
l the treet while I the 'cortegt passed. this effect prevailed, Tint Mr. HOllt'' Il slaughtering thirty. donkey dull I, :4 December., 1000; January. '1005; February -t I I posts .t' Feng: Tl...pu.. ''slxten miles and President Roosevelt has' the peace-ume;

Hundreds, of men. of rational" prom the meat from' which lit :worth $120 1010;, March 1015; April. 10K<; southeast of, MU deD., :Elsewhere,, he -< ,

+ DeaN were prt enf at Uit r: 0 utI -. y (.Continued on eighth page.) "per pound. ,.Eggs "cost 20. cents I each. 'May and June, 1023; j July. 1025 bid. j I.adds, there are no new developments. I (Continued on page four) ,;
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, DAILY I general manager of the system, J. pi. HOW VOTES ARE!: AFFECTED. i maintenance of 300,boo'men in the field nt
" T IE 'Parrott," committed this outrageous act. In'East Asia and the execution: of all MoBEE BROS.

but'the regetable growers, must have Speaker Cannon has It Is said warned the: ,measures ':"of preparation In the :

!r IIAMI l METROPOLIS. appreciated it, as they passed a hearty the Republican managers-to counteract West. f ,. t 4'
vote of' thanks to the gentleman if possible, the growth of Democratic -" The outlook for the future u these KINDER LOUJ. GA.rMnke
MMteh e.." clay.ace 1 .....7. City Index. j sentiment In the cities.'Outsideof \ vast problems: of expense bear upon :'
"'-$. I.-TAiiN.# TTi I tart' n' t the Southj it Is In the c'ltles. as at tine, the subject of wart} 1s certainly'stag == "<.

M. f. KTIIUHGTH I : The F. E. C..Rallrotwl Company is that the Democrats have their greatest gering. It makes the creditor nations J
.. b.il.aRetrI making excellent progress'with jtbeir I I strength. Iii the East this has alwajysbeen master of the situation. It makes war :
......._ ..t. 4-- eriu,.. Klwnl.Florid!.:..-.::., drainage, operations In- this aettl< n. so, but it is especially true,lulls itself prospectively<<: ,.Impossible. It fosters Kinder Lou I Crates i t
1 Ik* r o to
.._4. !lu*natter. The capal which is being the year Jt is more generally'true.. national enmities. It breeds social .
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farmer : J .
TH so.t Npata.ra JI..per abllihr* en Indian,river west to the,prairie has The argue that they' are enjoyIng corruption and j Inevitably destroys

... ...a. laDt .,u.. t1D11e4 strt..t tbIwo. been cut'through,the town. now an unusual degree of prosperity; society. 'War was never. so ,near 'demonstraUng' Chase, & FJ.rney.-'l fiamiS _
.$ {.dubsr ran.. P reins' i proceeding through the country with that they pave been receiving satisfactory Its owni; absurdity as now.The ,

.... Year lit Mail... ..... .........00 splendid facility., On the St. Lucle prices for their products, political dangers are even greater Sell 'I '
slits jLonthsj.} ...'..../J.... ...... X-W river the work" of clearing' the stjreamand I there 'hu been .little ',advance whte ; than the financial) for It, becomes Iq .Kinder Lou Crates all:over, Dade. County :

Tkree Months- Jii...', ...... usS. straightening' It is going forward price of most of the things they the'Interest of one Ration that a given .- ..... 'u..u..tt ...... .. .';
'. <).. Week'by, catrlerr.I I .:;'.., '...... .10 nicely and by the first of the year I good to buy; therefore they arerfafrlywillsatisfied war should 'continue indefinitely till __t .I _I'';
drainage will be a fact-Fort Pierce with conditions and are net finally the nation t armed with the -

'The Iliml Printing Company. News. 1a 1\ anxious forja change. greatest resources' has only to sit and '-' .., 1 ---t-.. .. -, "f',.-. .. . ., .. h J
A4ty ruling rates made known 'oo 'I' On the other hand, the worklngmin II look on while the j newer I civilizations ,

'" application.TZLEPHOIfEi 1. WHICH SHALL I in the tithe are forced to'pay mere like Japan compass their own' destruction J f. : F. W. HAHN ;i

61SR.METROPOLIS Ii' I for the. necessaries of life 'while,the id I s -1 1 : ; b" ....
:-- OJTICJC: UILDINO. ,That's a pretty muddle the Stitecommittee vance In wages has net ben comm n- War Is also the !mother! of poverty.
432 and Uf Twelfth Street has made of the HOII }(waT- curate withlthe increased cost of Uyi g. The conditions, ] Manchuria at the Ar and |! BuilderI I

? Opposite 'CofcrtjMONDAV. j OUH: Sheats matter. Sheats and his friends Many are Idle or working on half time, present time Is proof enough of this. .
-- pressed the matter to get the com Itee and there Is the resultant If not logical i- If the war continues much longer the now have in my emploj one of the best

r" aereYrn, 1904. to take Holloways name off! the i cket dissatisfaction over conditions crisis. of poverty jwlll become acute, draftsman in the South, and am better '
4 -r and put Sheets' on and 'when they which influences, votes.! The American and universal distrust will prevail. It prepared than ever for furnishing plats -

: TRAJQHT I DEMOCRATIC! ?' TICKET.f : decided to put Wolfe's on In pit ce [ofSheets' voter, especially during campaigns; Is has' already worked untold demoralization and details tor good buildings, fine cabinetwork "
t _I that gentleman became khlte the object of I much' praise and ftatte '. I I In Russia where a [clique of select etc.; Lam, now headquarters:
turned work'scroll and
sawing all
.,-- President MI with rage and declared'he was Ine He U also addressed with appeals aid nobles headed-by the Emperor. work
For done id
ALTON B. PARKER.' to run for the office anyway. 1 j{l arguments [hat would Irsult a thong Lain have' carried financial reckless' ness to planing milL' *
For Vlce-Presld"1* Something :was .hIPIIered.to. him, and intelligent man. As a mat' er such a dangerous j ass in the effort to
HENRY O. DA and he then went before the com It tee of fact,thel e are many-votes who fio extend .the '_ national i credit that the Send me your .order for doors and window -
I Stat and told them what a good; true 3etaocrai not reason;! logically or justly. They country Is by many reckoned 'to be seriously frames ballusters .,
For United s or.t brackets etc.
It .. he'had always been and he w he do not properly anaylze conditions. efavorable ,threatened with revolution. j ,
r JAMES P.Congressman TALIAFERBaFor would gracefully submit! seasons, the rain" and' tjbe Unless'condition)) charge I the world and be convinced !: MIAMI, FLA '1

FRANK CLARKiiFor I There .la 'a Bigger in the noddptlesomewhere sunshine and the dew cf heaven re has probably seen ,Its lest great war. ; ; ; Om u . .
J' Go..mor. and the Metropolis ventures forgotten In' the consideration of boitifnl 0-- The financial strain\ 1s too great. Sci A ,- .; J !F
i NAPOLEON the guess that should such a !thlpg crops under this or that'admfn Ilratlop. ence'has welt nigh made the weapons
happen as the nomination yTo fe .,. Tpe alchemy ot nature is. g- of destruction virtual suicide. Explosives
i. For ; ecretaryljof; Etate '
that-he would.resign'and that eats nored and he party in power is given have been discovered! so'destruc1.lve'thattbe'verythoulht -
H. CLAY CRAWFORD., ; r iiCo.
I for abundant crops and gcjod of them is J. A.. Robbins
-- Fort|Attorney'!,JGenenlWM would be appointed. j credit : | : .
H. ELLI Both Holloway and Wolfe will appear prices.: The-eonsumer who has'to' pay appalling., ,Finally, tbe dropping of -1
on the ticket and .It Is up, to eDemocrats these prices holds' the party"In powjfer these death-dealing instruments;! has 4
:>. For ComptroUejA.CLCR'OOM. to stand by the nominee.' I responsible for market,renditions. been sanctioned br, international consent garness: an.d, Carrtaae :.-

F !. .. Holloway, or'-O'Neal, the Republican There 1st much talk of'principle In I : while destructive! submarine! agencies P'1 .
For State.Treasnr ir DepCsi'tc?
'F : candidate will- be electedAll. 'l the I voting. HOW many men vote from si t- on the water ,have :given naval a
Wit' KNOTl.
charges'agunstHolloway'were [made. Isfactlon of dlssat'.sfarticn! over conditions warfare more the.character"of burglarythan is'
'For Superintendent of Public lostraeir "- Quality 'rem' embered-long: after price: is
f'-i. long before'the first primary, and *et which they Imagine affects the en. that which wlas'once4 supposed toCIOrifAIt : :i

\ tJaa 1 TWit he waa-'nominated and' it seems tut regardless (o('principles? '> HoW: many' 't'|' ;: ] forgotten!
M. '
d- right that he should receive ,the Ivoi ee vote 'according to:' the Immediate'terest -, n-I 1' ;
oAglcIItuu I \ {
.. ; f fTComm.sloner of all who regard their party obll atlons. of their own pocket as they understand / V .
'a I {>>. K. McLtN. It is a question, now 'as to It? How many votes are In- i QUITO. Quk1ityMakcs'the ,Bargain
i For Railroad Commissioner whether the next luperntendentl. Wl fluenced by environment, custom'barbit, ml "

:- j .JOHN L. MORQAJT.Vj be Holloway the.rernlarly nominated prejudice?].' Dr. Porter. Florida's efficient 4X85, T Stre8t., ', j """" '. 2I"1a"" ...

J_ ; For State 'QemJat candidate. Sh aU. the defeated candidate The ;prosperous 'conditlotaof; tie State Board of Health Officer, ,t ,

-s7. IK. E. ROSE. 1 1 1f .before the primary, or.O'Neaif. farming element\ is a disadvantage to'"j In his'annualeport'savs,that in previous i.- ,

; ..' Republican the I the DemocraUcticket: this' year., On I annual 'f reports a careful descripUon ,I' i ..
COUNTY TICKS: the other, band, the advantage is w th I has been given of the varieties of
> I ...---Seaatar I) I SOCIALISM ROASTED. the Democrats in the cities as II whcle.If : I! mosquito* which 1 j,irecapable 'of'infection CdOLEYi ,.

frT.For State I there ; short crops': and, lbw of malaria and yellow: lever HORNER
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/1fI F. ML HUDSON} prices the] would be and convey these'' maladies by biting .
,' }' For RepresentativeCtfAHAM Referring 'to the ovile, accruing, from,, Bed.> If gages .were high'w dI8ll&1'-; ; human ,subjects., j! The i characteristicsof 'The" Real Estate' and Rental! :

.. ,W, KTNTJ. Socislism as practiced, and advccstted Uful and jthe cost. of living ) each genus Is alstinct and a casual Agentsi'

; 'ft' :-For CoantyJndg.- ; in this country, the Tamps Timessa7s: would be useless to talk to the workIngmen study" of habits" and posture I on walls or 12tlr Street.: '::::; 'Opposite First National. Bank. "

;. < ._, A.' ; X. HETSERJ .. The Socialists an- unusually 'ictlvt in]the cities about a change!. : articles'cannot fail' to Indicate the I ,.' i
J' ,Tar Prosecuting Attorney'ROBERTRETAILOR. in national politics this year, and' It The'party that can devise and pinto >ut variety met' wlth. Early j In the summenthe N{ -J--
i; a ; Is eweeted'they will poll" a 'larger effect! 'a system of economy'tor' State Board of. Health, Issued Z,
-a For Tax Collector vote than'ever before. The'mild bHk- which' the farmer can receive*hljgh a1 leaflet',on "prevention f of ''malarial _' -- '
r"; i 1. f N. OA and-water Socialism 'preached, In this prices for] his product, while. the consumer attacks and widely distributed it over Ba : in'Gap;
.l '>t" For Tax ores country differs very 'rnaUfr the is enabled to buy such products.' the State and to!J transportation companies i |alas frUit Groves '
{ GEO. a BOTLEE. .(VPI'1"low\ need have fears _
U, genuine article, as fhown In.Its Irth- prices no ,, whose/'employee: 'are",numerously ; ;
I Fels Count? place in Europe. But'the sample' given of successjat the polls. As it is, it I? a I located along' the waterways, .

'0.I B. ItA out here contains the germ f.11 question of bether'o !party can i iture c p- bridge crossings and swaripy districts. Eight 1 Grapefruit Groves, three to ate yehn, old in fine condition for salt Y

;; For Sten4eit of Schoo the 'wild lckedne oI,of the otherat| enough dlBsltlsfle" votes to;; < < where mosquitos !are abu dantly to be at.Arch Creek station., ,These grove are lorated on avenues lined with palms.A },
,;. '4 R. E. HAIL.I Its most ferocious stage. As th can- Let or overcome the sc-Usfied votes on, found in the warty month:; bf the year. loo twenty acres now being art out. These groves are budded to the choicest ;S

", For Clerk Circuit court cer on the; human "items: appe rll j at the others!slife, This year In the tpr-' The' advice .seemed'. : to have' fuet-with variety of fruit.'! ,Titles perfect. Will tike pleasure iu ibowing'.thi: property

"r Co DEA1lBOt first: to.be a barmipsnsiart-or: i rans-! ritory which', affords! the; chief! bat II'- favor from the'managers'; these arti- to prospective purchaser ,

u 'J j For Sheriff lent,tumor.-so. the gentletform: if So ground the advantage; se ms'to be w th : cles' of commerce._ for 'n quests'.came _It U a .well-, mown fact that (frapefruit trwNi are more. prolific and reliable

It! tt JOHN FROH cialismpresented to the people of this the'.Republicans: : .In the attr'o.f. I he for' additional copies for diitr'.bu'Jan, ) ; bearers .than sii.r. other variety of.the citrus.lIafOiI)', and realize at least double J
? 't' For Cmmt7 Comma ones country, It will, develop its de itrjic- farmer votes, while the Democrats Screeningof 'the! hour r' in 'mojqaitoEDITORIAL the price of ura gf'S. 'A four-year-old grapefruit graft, if properly; eared forshould

f., rZ=, 1 M.''R'JOHNS. tive powers as it grow i have the advantage' in the :Tote of (he districts: and employment, I of' nets. during pay,.Une ded,expends, while ot elR/ years of axe, it should be pay' .

t E. 1L DMIc1c. .' The advocates of.Socialism today )tire 1 I cltlei, :,; I.I."T A sleeping hours,,carefu ly inspecting its 8 per.cent or more on a valuation of $:,000 per acre. From:one grapefruit :
1-- WI paving* the! way for the anarchy A .. the>_same Wore I retlrlnj will' Iqsure treeOrneral,- Il zeji sold |120 worth of the fruit._
<. kOHN S paralysis and dIBOrd1'! hleh T HE COST 'OP,WAIL : : perfect freedom 1 from 11 alarla; ,even I ': '. I ;

Ji G. TWEED .- have always been the lti of t '.;- 1 i where. the' marshmlasms'' re the thick : : ::8:. "iiVELSS: :. 4'
b Por School; the doctrine' wherever it has gained obstacle eat a-nd were formerly supposed to bothe'teost'deadly J'rsrsr : miam'Fla '
: ch | P- Q BOS: 26.: :
a The ef of ,modern'ar: .
'. I EU'Sn ?' sufficient strength TO' throw -off Its : jenemy' rp the white : -'
h: If w. J. PARRL'i swaddling !clothes,* :The time to ex Is its cost War'can.,not flourish! ,..1 pout j racei. ; ,_
:: K.: BUfiDWbat terminate 'in this country is in Jits the! and.to supply these Is 'I c ; ', : +---'T" .
coming, greatest problem of,
Infancy, while the task Is casyj !; It CO UI NT. '
hIl rOIl''' I.bo t. itr"'says times.- safs' the, Boston Globe. 'And, -iThe i-- I,
should be .buried at .. io' polls sol d
,Roosevelt referring Pf' don, Order ep. whento! he', inherent .cost of scar Isadded I Hartford (3onn.j ,\\ ) and
t?, that It will never have a resurrection: Times ( ) [:INq'OW' noq.RFRAMES.
,.No 71. III revoke it.- UTI 'Judges It ,should' be relentlessly. put downwbereverwhenever miles thi cost,of. prosecuting I. (t' 6,000 k.JSt i UY-f'":'It Is cerlnly? ; ,time! says the .
s Parker. end 'under, whatever from ,the heart of the, emp Savannah News, '};pore activity was being x
; the problem to J. ,
begins the -
stagger; m
I form or' pretense it shots 'Its. ,'displayed ,ly.; the .uthorIUes In I s
{ Hon. Frank Clar't 'ban' n Invited head. sanguine if military advocates. many parts of ths'Staten} the direction i
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to address ia reunion of Confldeate' !- --o- Englan l found'to her son uw t iat- of protecting peaceable negroes I, We are hundred of, Frames-every, month for the. leading ceatractors -
Veterans of Su.' uut'e and I.atayette The Republican campaign book asses she ul : not ''maintain, 300.000 ft en from the attacks i>l lawless willtf men' .and we should make them for yon. We do It cheaper and better.
Wl1t1t. at the: Ie L, P; bridge that rural free'delivery Is of Republica tit, the' field in'South Africa' at a 1 ;ssexperiditu who seem to
across the Isuwanue' rive tomorrow. origin As a matter: "'fact t e thou f6,:50>oo n_ 'w >k, crimes: of..violetwith: { 'negroes' as SashoPulleys, and you should Insist on getting these layout frames: Th.. i

;: Nellon It was r lt'suggeStOd t,y Congressman even, li:; ?>.\s ; Aptitudes.of i er their, victims. It looks. very much, as 'you have any ''building; to do write to'the | .
Gen. A. 'Ali e is to take the Lon P Livingston, of Georgia, in 1892.: Wlthfthe: all, branches of if stories about. rj tore tJ I Y",clubs were :

stump In'bebalt '0 II i the Democratic The Boston Globe, noting the fact t:mt the G to be', unlmiteacha liT mannfartiiredforj: tSa"purpose. of hav-; : EAST fi|'COAST LUMBERS & SUPPLY co. .
ticket, ba ng offer his services; to the measure was first Introduced by.a honest,, Z at must "the1-war be cost ng fug ac. excuseo, crimes.' ," Florida '
.' the Dem afro ca I manager Democrat, says: "A review' of'.he: Russia, w here the ,various bureaus to Ou ,"S lltl e}"nfrI" n4,'/ cant nl) udoubtldiy' a {.

.Gen. naturall ; pre erJ a new records of Congress subaequenti- whom ,ar 'entrusted its conduct ; re hfi trusted! to etoil the lawlessness here .... :

0me In thet Ite H ec. dL cloae- the fact, that In. every; 'C' known: ,to be,.utterly" :corrupt and irre-. referred-to.,_ The ,''i-il,atop it because' -

delivery wa. :>upported (by .spons'ble.herself !. = It would,; be -vcrj|foolish. aid very
A Brills newspa 'r' respondeht Demo Congressmen almostx "a for' span thol111 ph 'has rhonm costly cot'to'ftoi it. Just as Ihe peo.3r WQ'1d'S Fair. Rates

; "feels afisolutely ee 11 t at the .was clusivefy.; I .to jbe very expert at war fin; ;rile -1 ple ot "any :Bother p cf the country F

In the'Fai jEa4; will sad 0 lruropeancomplicaticine ment ',..as ;originated ,by 'a Demociat, cterIiij; t costs of the war can lot would ;do uriderj 'uie same circumstances ; -
and t J the moat 'till was, first appropriated for by a Dei 10cratic but be ra Idly running! away with, t er.1 -" I i VLa z
:, war In tb world's bisto r, c There Congress and was first insdtn ed The .last war with 'China cost lier f
are others r hO'Ehart'' hts 0 )Inl.on. But I by .a Democratic 'Executive .,, hfacts se 13
there seem to e no able ground' I may-be easily .gathered from be far gr< jater efforts' she I;making 0- carryon the wor begua by her husband The L81' iN. RR
for such belied Ye!. yoss fl1Ueemajhe : officl&t records of the PostoSce: Dep rt. day: it,isspending calculated that she, :the late .'. Sulden Rule" Jones, : : .

convert (Uto.JI babl ..ties.ai .:. tnenL The, Republican campaign b< ok BOO.OOO pounds a dayror Mayor,'of ToledoBLACKMrs. .
needs amending! In manr'partlculi ra.saf" : roughlyNovembeii.' s peaking,' ?!,0K! >. 00"pounds .1 1 t :
The Fo Pierce' ""WI 1. doing a I. : tWs "camp'aisn;He"'Is..too'glar ng 'nonth, urng: thewar with Chj'nato i" ., Arnies; Knox' Black; : ,;; ;

sp1f- did w rk tin adfocac of the'up-. to be passed over_in ail ice." tbe pipe dJtur! frpra'''June., 1S34: I wife,of Prof. E. Cirlton. ,:Back! of Cambridge .. Excursion Tickets no\y on sale daily '

building' that 'pr tty 4 !thrlTllig1tttIe ,. 1896,' amounted to 200.4S.;. :'|I ,, Mass, haj; beep appointed to "from. Jacksonville to'; St, '
c1t7 nd fertile scct n. When, a 11 you want to raT your boy for :he 59$ )'en;, f which 1,955137 yen 'wirena' } the, Boston' l.rnlvt 1;faculty .and is I Louis'and relurn{ '

.. newspaper _u.ll. forte he erment and ,penitentiary the receipt fiery elm;da I accO'u, t of the :'na'ty. The m I.snum ;1 l the,,first woman n ho has ever held theposition. }' .' "
lmproYemtf1t of a'pl.ge 0 thing and When be 'doesn't want to go to schnol. ( mq lthlyeJJ'M"nature: at e I: In the fa nitty of'thai institu '

.' the people fun: with_ 1. eu ess:s 'always let him loaf. "VVJiea he gets luto me Kelght, of the war never ''rearhed ijess'l t'o'hewill4" it, the head of the $40.65.j'," j: ,, .n .Ret rp' Imit December15th.' i

crowns th f eL ort, ,cot,Pierce. fortnnately :- mischief.and your 'neighbor report: ito than,.20,040,000 yen 1[department, of elocution and oratory. -I -33-90 '. .q. ;.. .s A ;.". ,'Return Limit do days '
Mpa+ o!! 1 th hete ell- : son, 'Nrse',him Jn the pretience of '. ':Bnt.Ru: :sia'haa.not-only'! before er ,
,7.9O } . . Limit
r. 8entlals.. ben mlnc." and the task lef .t t. ; : ,- ; 15 diys .
.he. ,ae hoy. When: he gets little jlir er f.prarticaIlYi.rebullcling BERXHARDT$Sarah Bernliardt .Is : : ,
: that : a Itch r t k eltb r. :and purloins something of value, i nit : 1eet. but also has to bear the cost of puttIng the 1in' Ing tt you find H out., laugh_"at' him and let i ra'.sing" ai d \maintaining troops at I'memoirs I ; which"wlllbe. jmldished: slmtiltaneously The LI .. &<; N./ is I':'tlle', best, line to St. to" is
.. rat n',fU rage I., reported -.. 't so at that' .,. When' begets Into*ISO: e-, I home to lake the place of those sent I'l in ajew|: York' and Paris J
;. tjhAt t e delegates thing" that takes him'Into the Jus icecourt 1 ta.the Eatt. All,t.1 ls'rO'ts money] as'.Jnex; 'ononth., Thl* w9J not be.her lint 'I r' : q

to the Farprertj' Cons .t met reo and he Is found? guilty and fii ed.p does the enovatlon of 1[artillery lost; In book..<,As long tack, **.'J8TS she published For' rates' ,I ,schedules; I.and slee ling i reservationsO.P.AifCLauiarijie. :

; ceDtlT: ,in .jacl ollY.* wh live,along &7 the flne.'enrse the tenet the J iry II battlean.other similar expenses. I It' "Dane les Nnagesand; ten yearsafterward. :, pplyto'JMJLEMlNG. a
-., the' ; a East tlRathrar and every, person connected with the 'la, therefq re,;well within the 9rktoestimate at' the! Theater de 1'Odeon.a'play : ( '- ,

t' wen fury ,trim' on to the matter:), and.'pity the 'toy.-: Boonvjllle. I t hecoit of the wU.to, Fats-' I I I' :bf hers entitled! 'L'Aveu," was ,. '' C. -L sToNE <

.f' -meeting.f conraei, the b1-bearte4' J. Plalndealer. sla at eight t.millions a, month for e.1. produced,, ; ,> ;' ria. Pus: Ajt., 206 W. Bij St. /fteksonriUet i

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acre which to the cost ot sheiala !ida and over the greater portion of made on Monday,the third day ot Os-

QUESTIONSRED further north. There are ten to twstn West Florida. The previous dry tober, 4 D;| 1904. at ten o'clock la tMforenogh

thousand plants to' the acre and tk we.ther'fo11owed' by frequent .rains or as Boon thereafter as coax-

trait brings In 'the neighborhood r over the cotton counties' caused a de sel cajtbe heard. '

The prnFessiop' I from SO cents a'doxenj for Red as cided"falling off In' the 'OndlUoD of (Signal! ;. A. OSBORN, Applicant."f .

lah to U cents apiece for Porto Rhea cotton. Rust shedding and caterpillars {J' Miami m.

Information of Interest to the Prospective, Settler. The percentage of plants fruiting depends .1 were more or' less. general; In some A. JC.iHEYSER. '

t upon the car and Judgment a'i portions ot the cotton counties and .. Attorney fot Applicant -= .

r- Concerning. Miami and- the 4 Southern... \ in their culture, some growers at the close of the month the resulting l This t1..A. D.. 1904. j |

j Qattexsori c5G EzvvSzY.tt) Portion of Dade County. eying succeeded inj J securing frul' damage:was obviou*.'| v Aj '

I -. from M per cent of. the plants In thebbinaries. The crop will prove better, than the ... ] COPT. : 1

ATTORNEYS AT IJA'u4 w. L_ I '.* ;> ) conditions Indicated curlier I In the sea-I i In ,, the Circuit Court bf the Seventh J

1tt1LFr.onoeta.llcosrt.tw Feeeralp.elaltaetUtl..ter.sammla I J ,I", "* ,' Lands may be purchased from $5 o- son., Cane and sweet.potatoes made Judicial Icircult offlorMa. Within ."f

' / .I2d PcfeaC1III So many Indnlrlea'w' directed to able aa In ant section of the' country, 10 an acre np, depending on praxtn fair progress. Plne.pple'.Upt' made and for Dade CountIn /.. *. ,

4,1 TW... 3l''' the Metropolis ny prospective seWers I and, far more.so than In moat ty to roads and shipping point Ooo slow growth during the" dry weather '* ) Chantery.* -

,t a'Oxtrr 'Miami.! Fla. or homeaeeken concernlnf condition THE CITY'S FUTURE. ands on rock road .within I mile aMiami but. their condition !,' improved.r with Bank of Bay BIscayna.: 'a'Corpo Uon.. ,{

In this of the country, .Miami possesses all modern convenience be more frequent rain. The greatest rainfall Complainant "
M. DrOfflee existing part may had for,150 an acr*. anwmewhat < vs. Stuart H. Hale.. Defendant 4
P. T. 8KAG
With Ed Cross Pharmacy- -.thereby!l tai become so hea"" water works sewerage, telephone system not Immediately on a ;Jroad. The 'aam least, 2.5 inches at Ma-labar., '. Order of Publication. .:.;;

1edd.e.34th tltn that we hare attempted In the following : free mall{ delivery, three newspa- I,quality of land farther away troll Upon application-of.the complaining: ,:

correian C article to summarize.'such Information I,pera two national* banks one State ,transportation facilities. can of coursebe BRgKE INTO HIS HOUSE. by Its solicitors.:Patterson It Iww ti.

MIAMI r ; YLO A'p as Is moat Important, and to jbank.tc.//! It has miles of beautiful purchased for less, The land Is a It.appearing from the affidavit of Vf.

JACL1T ,' answer the questions most frequently atreeta of native white ttoue. It la :promising appearance to those ae S Le' Quinn-, of CavendlRh l Vt, was W. Erwln one of ,the said'solicitors ':

DL J, L' JiL asked. It Is hoped by this mean that 'practically the terminus of the Florida customed to the'' deep, rich solo st robbed of his customary health by in- for said complainant that the'refend-

|omcE: j a sample copy of the paper: of which East Coast Railway, for though an extension other States, being rOar and sandy "vasion of chronic constipation. When ant.:. Stuart H. Hale, has! been absent 2.:

HOTEL BISCAYNE BLOCK, YE. D. hundreds are 'sent out will In most of the road has recently been yet'results' can be obtained from It Dr. King's New Life Pills\ broke Into troll the county for mote than sixty ".

WXHUpA.' cases, serve.the purpose Intended bet- built, penetrating the farming lands Jar,,In excess of the] returns reader his house, his trouble" was arrested and days next preceding the' application U
MIAMI J ter than a personal letter. Bpedflo Information .Forty-five! milea south, this la merely trora, the, more fertile sections of th now he is entirely ured.. They're for this order of publication and'that

DR' W. B.. RUSH, may be obtained by writing feeder to the commerce of this dty. country....' FtI".I11zer must be used.;ho- guaranteed. cure at all drugstores.The ; the residence' of said Stuart H. Hale Is .

Si. to any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks the"-returns more than Justify the expenditnre '" I unknown and that there is no personin ,

Office W-ltlli street, 'Pbon whose advertisements appear.In this .of .the P., & Steamship Company, Involved j first cargo of this year's: cotton the State the service of a subpoena .

Residence,JWSfthS- paper;and the beat way to become fa- whose lines are operated to Key Westto Peopb ot. energy and Industry an crop bas been loaded on the Spanish In chancery upon whom would bind the

f MIAM I. FLA. Havana, and.to.-NISB&D. Immense heartily steamerVivlna.. and Vilt go 'out to .
mllltr with local conditions, progress. welcomed and the country1 said.defendant Stuart H- Hale, and

Industries and 'current hatppenlnga; wharves. etc.) are being projected, to development being poetically Just b* Liverpool ; today. The cargo *consists that the said Stuart ,'Bale Is a person _

?: WiACS is- while contemplating removing to this keep pace: with the vastly Increased gun there ia room for all to reap th of 4,615'equare bales,Mid 1,858'round of over twenty-one years of age.

section, la through reading the Dally maritime business that must follow on i benefits which, mustensue!! .as the r* bales. The Spanish steamer ..arrl1'edi It therefore, ordered that the said

eland, SpeotflattioOI asd De le'Made or the Weeklyb4etropolla, the former)I the deepening of the harbor, work on suit of such development.Capital flail i here about ten days ago to take out the Stuart HJ'Hale be and fa hereby" re'

tor Butldiage of A:1 Kinds ,.Floe of which will be Kent to any-,address which ia note actually progressing. An here most profitable Investment,. while initial cargo of this season's crop and Wiredappear:! to the Bill of Com

Besidenoes a Specialty' at theists of '5.00 a .ear'US, tor: appropriation of $300,000 has been secured labor Is In demand and well paid. People In addition to the large' amount of thefleecy'staple I plalntflled In the said cause on or

OrVict, 1315, Av :suit.D. three.months; the Weekly=* large 13- from the .Government for harbor of moderate means who come hen which] ha< been Itnrf'd.. before Monday. the 3rd day of October' "

page paper being mUled"'for $1.60 ,' improvements, and the lI'10rld1 and buy a small tract or land, make a she'also carries a good amount of miscellaneous A. D. loot otherwise the allegations or, !

rear. -'_. I''I' East Coast Railroad la also pledged toexpfna : modest home set out fruit trees: ant "goods.-Pernacola Journal. said .bill win be taken aa confessed by'

THE CITY OF MULL 11 a like amount. Thus, StOO.OOO1 while waiting Jor. these to'come Int 1 f' the.said I defendant'"

p Sprang oat of the'wilderness dghtj ja now being naed for this purpose and,. bearing engage. In :trockfn&',are, al A COVE LETTER.! It Is further ordered that thU-order

=NEFR.otrr years ago, the railroad baring reached It la a moral1 certainty that farther apjproprlationajwlll most without exception, successful Would. i not, interest 1 ,] you if t you're be published once a week for eight consecutive -

this point April $6. 189C. Prior to this be secured untO the% And this success costs lea effort that looking for a guaranteed calve for peeks In The Miami Metropolis

Notl s 4 Fla.' time one store, whose trade.was principally harbor is In a condition commensurate: In other parts of the country, while sores, burns or piles.'' Otto Dodd, of ," a [newspaper published tsi tha ;

I MrreliI aio.ttbs with I the ,Indiana "and A few with Its Importance from a eommerj the climatic conditions render ont-doo Ponder Ma, writes.: "I antlered-with" county''or Dade and State ot Florida. .
30 Tars E.,iartist aad an ugly sorefor; a but a .ox'otBuekleo'g ..;
year "
geographical ,
daL and
Last Coast rti dgaida scattered famniea, eking oat a precarious atrataglealatandpolnt work possible every day In the rear Dated this _8th 'day,of August A. D.

livelihood by wrecking'and the -an' Importance reeognlaad with the tealth benefits 'of such'openair at Arnica' Salve',cured me. It's 1904. r ::

c. DEG RM P. mennfacptrsuf{ coontle starch were by public men at the National Capital]) life thrown tat: Af the same aton.the best salve. on, earth. 2ut at all drug (CL cut E. C. DEARBORN. ':

WALTER_ -'I- the only evidences of dvllliatlon. Oi; and by all who will study the location time' people who she enjoying aealtl '. !1' t ( Seal )t Clerk of the.:drenlt: a

l' Miami waa of. this pOrt'and Its relation to inanl-u and moderate'sncceas In their Court In] and forbade County
arbuiteRoora4.Metropolis t. ., July 28,1896, Incorporated present Florr I
: SPECi ,
as"a city, fornlstJng perhaps the only and, South I American commerce,. t< abodes, had better stay when they are' meeting tie tin f 'IPaite'non
.A 8peclal
o )the stockholders
nothing of the vest '
trade thai
la which toll sty Then should be weighty
Instance on, record reasons to Influence Miami 4b Erwla. ., ... <, |
bas ding., fledged city
.' 4! )4' min; r1 first having been a town Three completion' t ot the.Panama canal} Importance: People who have mad I ante Company la hereby called to meet ,1
Hours B to 12. At'the o1lce.of th "compan, 'at;;7:SO \
air required A. glance: at the map will show the falltres elsewhere are'not i
i = hundred registered voters likely to bt in. for: BOND ELECTION NOTICE.Nopa : '
p. October S, the of voting ..
entitle community to be called moat taana observer, the poealbllltiei i ver7 successful her*. Intelligence am1 i purpose
to any
R. II. SEYMOUR, to amend the charter changing the ,' t.bereby given that a tpeda ; i
ittase the future holda for the
leas than that number constituting City. Industry are u essential to for'
f a city; ,
name and place of business of the election(by the regular voter sot the
i Attorney at Law town held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. tune hen In '
== a : At a meeting as any other part of for n.t4e-'Ia' f
of Miami. Florida who
and city ,
company Increasing Its capitalization .
I .......,, I : of Incorporation three, Miami haa one of the belt'PUb ; globe -
the purpose .j. ; ,
from $25.000 o $50,000. said city; and who own. ;real estate
f I'' at Federal I and o.t.-hlf 'months after thl first schools In he"State, .:embracing ,bot i If It Is desired to engage In genera' HJ therein and who* have their
all the State f' B. Stair paid. taxes
Will practical dorpormlUa,, train' reached Miami. J44 votes'were the common and high school coupThe farming In the railing of wheat,' cora '
-. to due thereon .to ..
.t 4t the t ,
for. -
O oaru. Partic1ar'! ,Secretary-and Cashier. pas year
Law,,, this bulldlaea'I era large and well ren"' : : /
of '
I r oats .
KHCUdle. RolE.tat4-ard' Probate cast The phenomenal growth t peaches-apples, grapes. ;w thor e ;the_city council of the City ot, .
BilUl. !K.1Lt. period has been sustained plated, and there la a competent con* other products of he temperate '" I .
r/toMO saneone
,Offic!' s early ( KOTICE! OF CITY ELECTION.1Y Miami\ !, Florida.Issue; bonds'-b'aring' ....;
or 'the of teachers A Catholic convent Is to mast east his lot hundreds'ofmiles ., .
I '
throughout the ,years some c I' ,. Interest Dot exceeding the;legal rats ;
c. d, CARROu; city's hlatory:. >: be 'erected] this summer, .which- will to,the north.jand' acceptthe cold, '. -:- > of the State of Florida for'the following :
.By of the
Homeeeekers' HyOlst'of]. POPULATION,.ETC. provide 'instruction' both ilex... that Is part of 'the legacy of:lands authority'vested
Agent; There are school the undersigned ,, by the 'law., of the purposes and tie following amount,. -t;
f-iso private a musical .
be has a resident when these things can 'bey-grow .
cannot Miami at present populztion : ]
Country Property, State to-wU: I t-
City and of Florida and the ordinances of ,
Come of J> tweenAOO(.andJB.OpoJ.In! conservatory, aDd art school mthat Nefther Is .this a etck-ralatng: country' j thousand %0,000) dot-
and prices. '
J teaten _'td quality : every I the City bt Miamll notice is hereby rlven -' 1st twenty ($
mbneyLJnd'The 'months this population IIi ] educational lHdmar'tIe There is a "no-fence law,". whld1'1I1ireat. I '
the winter
: naive ] Ins In'| bonds, payable twenty years
and Tom may | to the: qualified electors of said city i :
supplied. about
p r I",, the addition of hundreds jThere"are thirty: boon to' tha IetUer"of limited\
I of said bonds, to'be
future aattatAcUon.L' i flourishing'schools' -1 that the annual general city" election !rods date of Issuance
of visitors, mostly of the wealth In the county means, and .there]is, very. little Ilvt : < usedln the erection: of m city hall .
wtR.be' held them- >
in tl1.-cl:11iouncl
(I :c. C.I CA ROLL. iest' classes, who come to enjoy j the Every religions'c,denomination ''I rtock In the county.' On the otH! ber ] !: and fir4 department building.2nd. .
the of jailbund.nglou
ota y Public. Ideal cUmate and the flneat fishing In represented i and the following haiehandsome i band if It Is desired \o.engage in th on upper floor, the Ten thousand ($10,000) dollars
the south aide:of
214 AYE." Jl.aHSmm.. the world. To accommodate' these Ichurch'bnlldlngr: Pr >8b; culture of citrus fruiU, pineapples ,.va, street_ ; west'of 'Avenue' D.'ln Fourteenth the City in1 cit ybonda.I to,be due twenty years y;
terlan. Episcopalian Catholic M. 11 : .
visitors'th'ere -numerous hotels I none tropical or leml- oplcal fruits
are Ii Of MiamI* the from the date of,Issuance of said bonds,.
on {
: 1YIDdcURi and boarding houses, principal among Church, South, a td the'growing ,of vegetables at'the'sea ",, the iroceeds of which are to be.nsed. {
IIIM",1It which la the Hotel Royal Palm an Immense Churcb.lB. son .of the year when an {>ther party OCTOBER in ,.thej; making and paying'ot -ntfuetanot 't
.. IMn MIl A. 1904..
building 640 feet long; Sop feet PRODUCTS. ef the country, are] In the grip\ bf winter p. ; paved :wtthin the wen

Re11. D e. i wide and five stories. high with accommodations : The principal industry n this' section this section offers decided 'advantages' the same being, bit .the 24th] day of said before[ 'of the city ot MlnI.Florida. -'
month; .that the.;polls will be open .
beeldee is the growing of fruits and winter other { "
lobbies '
<\ OredmMeOpttetaaW. for SOU guests, over any portion of the .. .
; "
veietables'for the ma.'r from eight o'clock; al: m., standard time,
Northern ,
rotundas, dining .rOom" oOcea, UnltM: States. J :thu!'and (13.000) dollars
C MAYNARD,' of kets.. Tomatoes form the staple crop, until: sundown on said day.M.. E, bops sree' >
etc. It la set twenty acres tropical In twenty years the
ire -TESTIMONY1: ADMINISTER: Jonca. -M. W. Fnwcher, R.- C. McOriff la:
A,4b.Mexttonaj- but'there large quantities of OF.. ]'i
gardens, beautiful beyond description. othprvegetables' .. "I have appointed proceeds pf which shall be used In the
ElisKjlranlelj\ Fitted:: .. There are several, other,hntftla, croWD. -* d1 as tomatoes, been? Inspectors. and purchase: ot a chemical engine and oth-
te tce egg plant! peppers, beans, etc. Th eplanting & ; R.' ) M.Clerk to conduct said
Qocli lewderj :than the Royal Palm fire for said
smaller apparatus
f itcba Rev. Jno. S, of Wake Arferwrltesv election. er .necessary
fet larger and .Ith better Service ieasoa extends.from about 'years J' .
; For twejvf I sufferedfrom' Voted cltr.
The be for Ire as. 1 f"
October l\to January 15 and the bulk f
[ found in towis' of !that elect1ou'wDl.be held
MCDONALD: than la 'usually I Yellow Jaundce::; 1 j consulted : a follows aid
L. Islze.." this writing 'mother : of the shipments are sent North from : I the Florida the
At Miami on
GE9'I twice the !numberof, ., jihyslcena and s tried all A to in : city" of
serve<< one
sill Plgtiieetaar.avl.g In. process'jot; November] until May, ,.although, there year D.. 1904.'at the'
:five-story hotel la sorts of medicines; but got no relief. Three Aldermen or members of. the 24th day of'October A::
Sa1l41ri411' Laa a a aPe alt7 I being practically no difference in theseaeons.4edq i of holding elections, bathe
aa& erection. I the useof Electric. Bit- regular hours
FLA. : I Then :. City! Council, each to serve two'eara... '
COCO. NuT, -GROVE. :The population Is ,cosmopolitan, every enables .may De planted or veg, ters and feel that I ..m UQW cured of a 'A City Clerk end Assessor, to serveoneyearj'r office of the Miami Transfer Company

'State In the _Union'furnishing : tin gathered' any da.111 the fur disease that' had me 'In its grasp for at No. 229:Twelfth street and .'
lindeairable Vegetables.are grown'caually on thePrairie ;,- ''election
quota of rvpresentaUveaAn I twelve years" If you wunt'a rell- A Marshal and Tax Collector to serve that the Inspectors for said
fOIZTSHOKES element la unknown. .I lends, whhich are free from are'named follows H. c. Budge.C. .
able as
liver ;
foreign medicine f j'. and. kidney! for one | '
.Sala year.
rceusirr re u timber aid are composed of a-kind jot I : j, '
sr CLIMATE. '. : trouble, IItomacb disorder: or general A City Treasurer'to serve 'for one .' D.I Lef He?, :W. L. Kellert and the
marl .
GOING Writing; from personal experience, Fruit J I'are' A- \on\pine 'Janda( debility, get Electric BItte.. It's par..nteed :-, yeir.Said., /v L* |j.' clerk ,of Said election Is named J.. C.
ARE after visiting California and other sections grown J I by. .U drurglsts. .Only. 5Oc:. election win be lfOuciucied u far Gramling. .
'. where -climatic. condition are' :which are slightly ,higher than the ;" .t-' The;ballot of said election shall read:
the same MIa
eepracUcab1ein manner
North ? West? vnhfv prairies, and In this section very rocky -, for special election for the issuance
or considered at their best,.we can WEATHER AND CROP. prodded by law, for conducting general .'ballot
: Itatingly say tb&t -Miami baa the' mutt This rock! la a peculiar; coral formation/ t ,. State and County elections of' bondl held in,, the City of

THE perfect winter climate In the United containing great deal of plant food, "August,-f -t In'witness :whereof, I have hereunto, Miami Florida.. October 24th. A D. .
ia'evidenced by the fact that in minr | Conditions for as Summarizedby !
States Cold Is' almost unlmownr! even I affixed my- name and caused the City 1904.1'Fors, .
shvilleI slightest frost.. being very'' rare. places, orange and other fruit trees are Section rjlrecto' Mitchell '' bonds In the'''sum of Twenty
Louis ille I the ; Clerk to attach; ] the Seal of the City of
& .
; to be seen bearing 'thriftily, though t.The .. city hall..
The warmth of summer Is tempered; Miami hereto, this 20tbj day of September. thousand ($;0,000) .dol1. for
At- apparently'standing on, a solid, plate ..Against bonds In the sum of twenty,
I Railroad .by' the cooling breezes from the climatic and crop conditions ofthe ,'.A.. : f
temperature I ot ,this. |rock., Being of a : thousand ($20.000)) dollars for city: ball,
Often.beicrliedtiuern; ; rsernier! lantic.- and the highest poOu'lor, State as furnished Section Director! SEW ELL,
thermometer honey-combed! 'structure the "roots of D"1904t"JOHN: t ALSO .
Pullman recorded by the government Jackkonvm,, Attest: .J.1.Mayor.. i '
Kodflnal1traln.! currjlijgsleepers Mitchell, at ;for the weekending .. '
month isjsg.j the tree* are enabled to pen etrattj It : I' Foi. bond in the sum of ten thousand -,
M. R.
the summer
eaTreelee during
1 29J
\. -da\ sac August were as follows; ,
p and draw ample sustenance from what t for paring
KELLCity. dollars
alinlnc chair'canlud; fining cars HE4LTH. 'Iwonld Rain was frequent and damaging Clerks ... '* .
I I bertr cities.lhefla.etdipintd I The 'city racks among tie flrstj inthe appear to be a very unpromising street -
and ;
over Western ..
beSwHnO'tberQ, lJO'tin In point ef health. sourfce. This. rock<<; by the way, the greaterjpc, tion of the I Against bonds In the sum ot ten r
Pkcl tb4:1 United States 1'1 1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1'1't ,
of the
district and -
freedom calarta makes a beautiful and durable bullying, 1Ortlo't Northern thousand ($10.000) jJollars.'for paving :
J- entire from !
8e There'li To AH Friends of Organized Labor
continues :
district cotton
; where
114Aget, Sell Tflronga.Tickets via I..d three are'oo "!'rariCmit, ; J1aeu a". material)) and the new court house' .
and Jail.! well several residences to'rust! :iand'shec RnmP pletts'have :We [fullyrequest that j, ALSO
tuuse ailments ww 'are .common to U as_. ) II; respec' ; .J ,
-eased Bolls '
i JL.&flN: all pacts of the country seem toj be in the City built of this stone are In Cie Western district arenpening ,,upon tent! much admired by an visitors. It also rapidly make kingly | for;'fire apparat.s.i .
a d$3,000).dolan
of their u
; power,
c* Batk Car here robbed. In fart '
'schedules..Seeping tbow
'' that about
For -yber.e' tome reports state the 'bonds In th' '. f threethousand
mild form makeeFtss finest-road material to the t' ask c erk to' you his i Against, sum.
Apply' to they usually appear-In a : : of Pick- I
three-toirths be 18
Bcaarratlora fro;) Pt'1.!
and fin r
dollars for
bad effects which world, Dade countr leads ill others ., Lnlon Card.-. \ ($3,000) apparatus -
and rarely leave the : 'esiern orthern
and ; .
Is active tn
.jl!t.. HlemiAg 1 1 follow In the wake of like diseases In the State mileage and condition Ing .l I : [ LOCAL 779. '
I other sections. ,Esce t over limited areas, C1er i'l !II given that on Sef>-
ran r assary.e elsewhere.. Scarlet fever and diphtheria highways j. i i Retail ]InternationalTro'ectivit Notice hereby .
FIev 4at4 westtmoN et FloT unknown while typhoid'I' The fruits cultivated' 'chieflygrapefruit tlnlenceded' CeptrairatSoutherndl.trictL' I J : Assoc atlOn.111.ml! temhr '15th. 1904. the City Council ot

'are :, oranges; 'and pineapples.Gnavas where some citrus\ trees ..reun.rng 1 HI- -I"iM"l""I'I"Iit' -'' f W ml. Florida. .t'-the. regular seaafon.
ot It la a desrTable
fever. Is rarely. heartf : ,. \B rultosever, groves '
; authorized the special election
I ,|mangoes, avocado : tin'-r t.
suffering! from petri'iand I '
Cure place for those oiadit The citrus
Kidne god o ROTICE. this
s j limes ate largely produced, bnt'bflp: *i ren II Pr nds- as stated In not'.ce and
: lung trouble asthma, catarrh jand olcelyand: some-Is : I.l
WH', !.rr..w"' 'TulLis fm::d-0 t antaoriied the undersign-
b lotion ,
to.the thirr'
"' indigenous country, they ? !
similar: diseases which are prevalentla rswou the
: lorlng. Shaw oJ benefit pine- In CircuitCircuit Court [S Seventh'Judicial to art In regard to the. /
4ECZEMA' with little no ..cultivation.trees .- CI M in'ttee
colder climates, Many persona affected or ; : lfr'ts.,s If beds 8'd ngtta\les. 'of-"Florida, and !Ior. Dade election the"ojet "'
wpe; and that
Old 1>oree. telling Plies with these file hare I The weather win! elLat tiyeooler, I I of said election ia to determla
j Trutt-
skl. seises; cured greatly bene- after planting to produce 1 '
, J :and have,been or ; bppke.. hlC'h .on, a.plant' gme- 'hta the aom lw th barked: defllency' -: T m.o"iJTht torn! r I l-rixc ther or not the said city if Miami

ABSOLUTELY C P.ED. ilt! d. Of course this la not,the ease.I I VOW and I In precl 1 ita4ion! over'a goodiy''. 'Take his my!"Intentionijo.ajply shall issue bonds.In 'the sums ;,
what resembling the cactus, Florjda
' ?' .HERMIT': LVE, In e1'ertIDBtance.everywhere- People else. .die No.here country, uthey I re propagated by setting slips welchI5 or :orton'. of tile :p, The absence of J Jtn tp'th; : 'Hot ornble ,i Minor S.'1 td: )for he'purrol8, h,r'n named.

A BOX. ,do most uoctd along AUaaec i'.Tonfs Jndge'of the Clrcut'Court! of Frederick Chm.J. .
*S see (0 CENT tuckeraj pier .a' 'ont J ;
SoW by. aADramfeta. rino..uJtJ. >er. has ,Jet been: "discovered>where! people I 'bear,fruit In 18 months coast count I 1vherl' citrus fruitsveretaMes ,.;-the feveiith Judicial! Circuit of Fonda, : E Lnmmus .
Re edr :cD'tJp'EPTIC'IDE In this- ..ectln.b are
( FamHr yeare. from death and disease. planting. I 1
are. Immune and eedl( beds suttered. Precipitation -](or at, order for'th adoption of a certain I 'y'. W. Hahn. ;
tie In the'open-there being tie necessity
At the same time, It 'm., truthfully grown was xces Ive end' damaging child to*It Alvin B. Jef t.. :
I |for: protection from''coid and minor! :, "t Members of council constituting aaI .
the conditions tendingto 1 +
said that entral portions l of East Flor- treys 'That said will be I "w *"* '
tELYION.' general healthfulness ire M tavor- i then is. ,thus a saving or about t'OOan In west- -' ,::" r l.;; application. thorired.,committee........, _

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''I'It and you find it Religion. ': Yes.

t, ( from page on s.) that Is the.remedy. If. all,would 0 o : l J

t, tireless energy in the work of concord right, nobody would do wrong-noth- 0 "*, V'

that be. displayed! wen te -'':'cough Ing Is plainer.- It Is a counsel of1 per, HEALTH School SHoes. '

t' peace and ensued It-el the eld,ofbatstory fectlon, satisfactory to prophets am ,
saints I be In God's mat a nightmare these |lwo
tie. No Presidents Jn1 aur: b bale< to reached words are

,-' been so faithful'and s o efflc ent as the time., But you are here to Consu1t', to- to many parents-and why-parents

t: 1 ,last two In|he cause'of arbi ration\ and gether to see whether the genera tior Keep Your Eye Right Here. know." '

i of every peaceful set emen : of, differ now alive may not de something! '! tc Le IS THE :OXF WORD that

(, +ences.. I inentton Hum" tcgether because hasten the coming of the acceptall Ie 110% .dispeUs the. gloom! ..from

., _- their!Iwort;: has''' cn 1 armonloui day;. the appearance on earth. of 1 1 e I "School Shoes., "J '(
,r ( beatific vision. If we can not at on:e .
'f}# -smd consls.ent. We] Jf; G. ABERNETHY.
and good will the unive al J _
;,:' the generous InltlatIv4 of t le Russia peace Pasrof

: Emperor;shd sent to the co terence at rule an practice of natons. whal c awe ** BUJ a Lenox Shoes.

I' The Haguekhe best nin: we had In'our: do to approximate this condlfl to S! 1 1ciple'oC ** for your boy and a pair of LENOX Shoes

civic and"Military IJfe..' Vhen The. What measures we BOW take vhi't i ; for your girl and send along to '

}, Hague Court lay apparently* wrecked! may lead us. at least a little distant tb jem t\on-private- i school and quit worrying.them] will be all' .
at the of Iti TOY ge :threatened toward the, beginning contraband of wij".
1:. property se&.lIot too-and
F.:, with :heath before" It had ,fairly I[ have not come to advise yolhave I ; I from capture or destruction by bellig i H Every woman' 'can'find use for sell everything\.f coursewe ,

begun to live, it was the American no such amfottioui pretenelo I.. I more no matter how lavishly l I .

f Government| which gave it they]breath I do not even ..aspire to take''part fn erents.It has apt I been thought advisable. ., by : she is supplied. The price li LENOX'I.I. tP I

of life by Inviting the Repul lie of Mexico your deliberations. But I am au Lhc r- the President during thl" past summer () within'the reach of all. Plata )
jurisdiction that the'Arne: and plated %5c., while solid gold :ones '
t to sharfi our;appeal to I a ized to assure you icirn- to call of the powers la .

;'' ; and the second jjW 1 rought be- Government extends to- youa: cordial 1 a : thlattentlOI\ necessarily >eregarded are sold as high fits$7.50. H.. C. Stanford & CO.
spars ,
of Mr and sympathetic welcome, and ---- i "
fore it was]at the Instame and l
of them possibly
by two
t.: Roosevelt _boH('declined I It it*, "favorl to the utmost the spirit' and' purpo >e by.otherswith! | reference to Its heart 'g :. EA rots. I I Opposite Express Office. : \

". the high honor.of artUratlog' an affairs In which you have met. The Preside t; upon the Plorable conflict now raga g .T -j '

f s of world-wide"{ Import Jce. so long as he''r man: : In power,h is In the, Fw East. But
!,', I beg yo ;Ito bell vel;|it Is tot |by way no thought of departing: from the trtui I- pray that he-returnof peace'may n >t l )l' plate Is stocked, and Tea Pot I

'U8 the"-great "prices for full 1l1z s. Com- I' ,
!h of boasting fhat I recall the B incidents Uons tiellueathed by sol- be long diJayed' be1I'een the two ni-
1 our mence at $6.00. Then $7.00. ap to $35.
and statesmen of early hta-
t to your minds; 1t II jrathei .as] a pro bou d
Uons, to qoth of which we. are
r-i fesal not faith ]In'. ;|ause which, the tory, which have been strictly: : .fo lied The cheaper, ones]being,much plainer ..
; by so manjhistoric may co .i-, in treatment r'1i :
\ present Admlnistratian has deeply alto during ,the last'seven;years. e. look no.distant'd higher-priced ones J
fluently forward at : iyo
C heart that | askou 'i re ember, in shall continue to advoccte and to ar 7 showing evidence| superior skill in
l Inviting the attention of the natlo is I decoration! I flof '
'" the deliberations UfJ01j: whi'' h you are ,Into fect"ca! far,as :practicable 11 IB I to this matter; and we hope we m iy 1'
; entering the counsel:! to rhlch the principle of-the arbitration of 8U ;h' !
n lave the powerful influence of this 1 ATCHESJ ; >
ii American dovernment I Is p edged and questions! ;as '_ may .not, be, settled great: organization in gaining, their ad- ,W. Fool a woman once and that Hanson House. .

;which It bids steadily pure ed for the through diplomatic:negotiations.' ..V fe herence. settles jit Cheap watches ,
seven 'It its tr that' in have. done much in this ( I ire c- .
le .already .
; The Um J allotted to me Is at ac. en d. never built up a man's busIness t _
, .I those yean we, have, ;had hundreddays tion'we'shall;; hope to do much iioie. 'yo .' 'We have kind watches Newly Furnished. In new location. Rates K5O. per day
![ can onl; bid you CtOd.ipeed in r the : of SPECIAL BY WEEK.
:' end President'II conslderinj : 331 14th St.. Miami. Florida:
Tiut now t1fiepegoUatlon.of
of war they: put i n The, enable
work The, task you ,nave set youjr- [that\ us to say we sell more ,
;' -, ever to bloodshed frhlch,hi d lasted a } treat'eg: ,ot arbitr rtlon i selves, thi purpose to" which you are watches than any jfirm In JUaml. Come -
generation.I We landed a few platoons with such pit the European powe-s rl In'and talk the .
_ devoted, have won the praise of ear Ji watch qnestio'npver; ,
of marines iOn the Ifthmus last year; desire them nd hopes to lay uie'm before : .
; and. the blessing' o''Heavenjsince. .tie or, If you cannot,! wrlt'e/us for a copy
; .- but that act: closed; wi'Jiou a; shot a the Sen to next,winter., ,of I .
.; j morning'of time.. The noblest Of"11 i our book(: of watches fully Illustrated, '
s sanguinary)'tsuccesslonjof; U vial wars, Unhappily, }we can, not foresee In the the beatitudes Is the consecration n : :

We 'marched a little army o Peking; Immediate I future the cessation' ofwarsupon promised the peacemakers. Even if In i BRUsk E&- +, B1ur-nedI I Out +,

-: but It was|to BaTe nOt on y' the beleaguered -i' the;earth. We ought, therefore I our,time we may'not win the wrea h HAIR
legations but a great Imperiled labor constantly !for the mitigation i
to of alive,; even if we may,not h ltI'.t te Probably the hair brush Is

; civilization. By mil gling gentleness of the horrors of.war. especially, io'jlo- golden clamor'of the .trumpets cele- I used more: than'any other article our .former, place, we will; continue ,in

:: and; energy, to whl< h post of what, we. can toylessen thersufferlngs jrating'the'reign of universal'and enduring i In "making the toilet and .surely

the world beyond our horde s has done of..those who have no part In tie peace It something to bavedesired nothlrfg will set. prr the bureau more
Justice, we have'given'the I hlllpplnea, struggle.. This has been one ,of tie Itjto! have.worked for It In themeasure than a nice silver-backed brush. Our HARDWARE & FURNITURE

'f" .If not peaos,at least a'neare r approach mos't warmly cherished 'wishes of tie ofbnr forces. -And if you now prices start at 1r00:; and climb up,LS: ._
to it thap jthey' ha1'8jbad:, within; the last two Administrations. .. I make no reap no visible l guerdon cf your labors high. as you, wish to pay.ALMOND t .

.::=: .memory of men, apology for reading'you a paragraph the:peace] of God' that passes understanding I I', -_ : |f } BUSINESS I
If our example Is worth i nything to from the which President '
,message be your allsufficlent re- DISHES. ,
.. :the world, ire have given It n She vital Roosevelt sent,'to Congress last|' December :. ward. fit -i I '
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t f Avenue Garthside BI'k
matter of jlsarmamnt ,
| We/have : | ,very handsome ,designs ,; .
I i .
Jronght awl from the Far t ; .," '
iy ast B5OQfl "There' seems good !ground for the In cat glass. They ,1.t
f soldiers whose work!
BV."sent.them;J back Wthe fields ofpeaceful among the:civilised nations of a sentiment I OWN'TOPICS.. I Ie They come (In almost every style .. '

actITftY1.j We,oave' i educed our which will permit a gradual substitution heart-shaped, or oblong, dish for $2.00. f ) w.. wAfrsoN "
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army to Iti> minimum''of 61,000 men; of other methods than the .4., .

In fact, we;mayxsay: we' hav i .no army, method of war In the settlement of disputes Yesterday was", 'one of the hottest I 1 .

: but la placi. f one a nuclei s for drill ;: It 'is not pretended. that ,as days of th'e season. the mercury climb- L.connecting cuffs, with strong + ,

and" 41.clpJ1 Ie. We have th -fourth yet we" are near a, position' in-which ing to 90 degrees and there remaining links,*thus Insuring 1-'t 't. '

of one soldier for e1'ery' tl ousand of It will be 'possible wholly to prevent almost throughout the day. In the long wear. 'Every neat style _. : .

'C the population-!*, proportioi, which If: war; or that a Just regard for national t I afternoon many persons'took advantage made finds 'a"place among'our unri -

.: Adopted by other; Bowers wo ild at once interest and honor will In alf case. per of a bay .ride and trip to and plunge, 1'aled'dlSPlay of these most necessary t

eliminate wars and, rumors of wars! mit of the' settlement-of International I i In the.oc4n'. All of the boats engaged( pieces <$>i Jewelry. | Gold-filled for $1.60, ,1. ; W I .,

,. from the dali? thought" of t le chance-- disputes by arbitration:: but by "a mixture I In the party,business did welt and prices go. as high as $50.00. We Handle/ the I ,

ties of the jrorld. i of prudence and firmness :wlh': I' !. ; : ; '.: "

4 But axed;as our tradition i, clear SBto ] wisdom we think it U-possible"to ilo I """The first large--catch of Spanish' ENTREE DISHES. } Oliver Typewriter I '

la'the dlrectlc of : ito! woman can consider her '.. -if-
oar purpose a peace away ''With1 much of the provocation ,mackerel and other fish to be brought E .
J.I" no countryi{ permanently mmune to i and excuse: for war, and at least n i [n this season'srricid yesterday morn- ,, stock of.table'complete I without "Because t .is' 'superior-to- all' others.. .! 'C. ."f ,"

l, ,war so tong as the desire anhe 1 prac many cases to substitute" ome oth;rand i, [rag on the smack Shee'beart and dis- one or more entree dishes. We an t selling them; too, because.our f '. ; '

:' ? tlce of peace are pot UnITe >al. If we i more' rational !method for the -, charged at the omps y> dock where Soup,Tureens Vegetable" and Steak price and terms are'easy. If you i .,

( quote 'Washington* as |an alvocate of tlement of ,dispute's!, Tne Hague Court : they were}barreled and shipped north. Dishes, in great yyariety.: A" In neat ',want s gx>d machine, let us ,tell,you, :

peace, 4t Is|but fair also to quote him offers! so good an,example as what ci n ,There ,"were'several thousand cut glass designs and 1 moderate. prices; about the) .., "' ".. ,

." y here he' fAYI: ,"To !|tr prepared, for be:'done In the, direction of such settlement of the catch;: unf'considering quality."t. "<:
_. i if
war Is one bt the most! effec ual means that It should encouraged |n. I r" OUV.n:
,', of preserving f peace' "(!I 'And it'anothertime ( WIJ; } r\ .
every Fay-'i h of habeas corpus issued last I '
: he said: "To M act e external ;} RINGS Is pur favorite depart- ,
taken the"release ,
> "Further steps should be n Friday for from custodyof ,
commerce Ihe protection < f a naval ; t. probably because we 3tso ,f ,
; : President McKlnley's annual message }[ K.: pavls, held, foheId, ho authorities -I. ,'
force Is Indispensable! To wcnre respect'to many;daluty fingers -some > machine shop hu'been '
1- ind made'relurhabie added to
of December 6., 1898, he made the f< i which was I
a neutral Sags! E requii es a naval with engagement tIngs and others with purlarge establishment :
lowing recommendation: ,by Curt Commissioner I Atkinson r. satisfy the ._
force organized find t > vindicateit plain gold drcle that binds two lives r t demand, | class
fpr a first
,ready ; repairshopfor
,. Jones
4 'The experience of the last ,:ye tr before, Judge Minor S., this ( I
from Insult or aggretuloi .2. ,To acknowledge ( I together. ,.If you: ] want.a ring. come ?" ,' : ,AUTO OILE4: and GAS EN-,
to.UB senSe of morning t 10 o'clock was deferredtthat '
ihe existence of an"evil Is bring forcibly'home" a : here where the best can be seen linked I ,, : .GINES, and[ that department "
; is
; In
'V: "eeslre. hour until 2 o'clock this afternoon, t ;
the burdens and the waste of war. [
not to approve t but the to lowest prices! j ,;; i. charge of
support or ', ; .'In common with most clvlllz td when argument of the same was begun. skilled machlnl t.. We are. '
facts must be faced. Hum in1 i history at your sere ce. '
| representing'the .
nations, to reduce to the lowest) possible George A.]Worley petitioner H. WHALER, .
Is one long desolate of bloodshed. I '
Col. W: W: Erwin ,
arts point the: damage sustained and appear- S14 Twelfth. Street :MIAMI
All the
unite la
the ap] arent conspiracy ,
tor- the Surety Company'which '
time of war by peaceable trade and tag f ;-
to give,precedence,t > the glory It Is may suffer nsuch caused the:arrest'of Davis .j..j.flsunderstandlns .j'.1 to', ,
of arms: pemosthenese aid Pericles commerce.] truewe the "understanding-.that all flat work .
.cases less:than other commuil-l ( t t
adjured thf Athenians'by! t te memory : -.1 will be Iron cJ.. JThls new departurewill .:

,. of their battles., Horace tx asted that. ties but nations are damaged more .By a of signals be 'a. great thing! for those who ,.: LOFTON, & EINIG.Successo ,
or less by;the state of uneasiness ai,dapprehension Saturday afternoon; the'steamer. Marr-
beep !
he had a non Jne gloria..Even t done
-ldlelH j have their washing at home
"Milton. ,In that:, sabl me sonnet I.! frto which an outbreak Unique; 'In-bound from Key West'and .J ,_ ,to Lofton, ft' Johnson.. Opposite Post Office V.1amf.. Fla. .L
of hostilities throws the entire conim r- Havana, cpasher ino the terminal dock ] .,. 'r t
where he -Said! Pmc bath her' vieto*. LEG AI. ,PAPERS., :
rles'no less than those of war'also; clal world..: .H should be,our object while making! her landing., One of the: -" ,.,
e therefore, to mlnlmlie, so lieu practicable heavy timbers forming the'facing' of .
mentioned among the|godly trophies of i I The following were filed for et Your.Sdho "
-: japers
I with ., this Inevitable loss and disurbance. the dock was'.shattered and a considerable UNIVERSITY
Cromwell IDarwent's stieam 'purpose record In the offi !" of the circuit :
Thl8- caw section'ripped and strain-
blood of $cots ImllrUed. In' almost -
: best 'be accomplished by an International i ed. The Martinique was not' !Injured court today: otJ
: brim *
every sermon and we la our l. '
ear to regard aU private and saile the return "to' I' ..Warranty deed wife :1
churches and agreement on trip Key S. B. Bliss and l Of Florida
Imagervjof wai battle I .
t is used. We ire charged t > fight the property at sea as" exempt from capture I West yesterday mornln::parrylng considerable i to John Preston .'or $100 and other -
or destruction by the forces of, belig9r- j freight :and ten passengers. *
faitht w.
of' sail
good fights ] ire to considerations. part_ .of section 19. !
seas :jto ''' nt powers.. The: United States Government I Repairs < the.dock are being made to- Firs('C1assProvision
wii .
through the Bout
bloody .prlze\\ !
has for' many' years advocated township 53, i, range 42 east. .
The Christian 'soldier0 is constantly | da1. tf, : .
\' 'marshaled jto war. :Not oily In our his humane and. beneficent principe: ; '\JYary'a-ntTd.eed: ; ,Geo. pears and wife .. I FOR 1,

habits and customs i but ft our daily and Is now in position to recommendt \ The heretofore n1'I:1C.lble ",Mlllrl' to R,>H. Liggitt .nd ,T.. A. Wlnfleld for' A new ",,,,.
I I .Ulaml
to other powers without the' Imputation Kldl" ball I team went to BopvMORALS r ;''- Egnippeq;,
,. speech and! in our Inmost t 1 oughts we tbnlr 1243.50,,4.87 acres In section 7. township BOOKS

'are beset'by the 'ol evdon or"t'4ntU.J of selfish ,motive' I therefore Waterloo yesterday afternoon ,whrl! I II 153 south; range.42/ east.Master's WIIN' A ta....rae.II. of ",:..t" ,
> b 'r; ', suggest for your .consideration that I they saU ed forth :0 Cocoanut Grove : t. ScIaoIarl specialists
and mutual destruction; It (like the deed.lC.C.I Chillings worth ,,
Executive bet toi rrespond aggregation -" ',
the .autl'irl.zed' and them; tackled the othorse
I I Oar Ifott..
law; of sin\a theme; rn ti which the I : Soandai.;. ','
.' with thegovernments oft le : t088en ot that place. e to Dade county. State; Bank, for $6,350 Cbebso"dritJ, >>..bip" ,
-greatest o? the Apostles ref< rs: 'Wh : t ,'
shall deliver us,'from he bxiy of this 'rlncipal maritime powers with avlf;; w ::MiamI bona, It fl said;played like.Uc s part lot 6, section 15'f: aid part"section at t" : udrej. IReal hesldat. lake Or:Ftwda( .t

death!" I lit of'' Incorporating! Into, the'permanent: I with they result that the Grove II I 16. township 43 south range 43 east. J JS :'

:' :, : lawof, civilized nations the ,princii le rubbed i In bt ,a 'score of 10 'to 4.1' ': .,
'. I am. speaking to :these ho recefe- said tract containing 15 acres more or
;;; of the,exemption of,all private property Quite LLarowd went down from t ,is I t :
: r lie the ?Jamen table j state of things I I less: except rlght10f. way granted Jacksonville ,
at sea, ,not contraband of war, ,frcm 'accept ,
and who doj not! it, submit ,
yet or St. and- :
Augustine ndlan RivWarranty r
destrnrtloa -
capture or ty belligerent. them returned broke; while the "Kids" ,
to It, and who hope tt at throughthe : :J
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shadow; of this nirtt we hall sweep powers'. t \ quite\ as conceited today. they I'I'1U'lJ4'ot ,er !tr\.o., 1
The this beneficent were pre'tous to the slaughter. : deedPeter Swanson' .to EstateInvestments
Into a longer day., How It 'this great 'Prelldent urged ::1
deliverance! to be'acromplls ed! scheme, with an''earnestnesswhich" 1 ""u I I!John ,\V. Grass] for $200 lov. '10. block ,

'We bavj) all', 'ty r a< that,won- gained the 'willing attention of Conrress -j,. Next'! M Oil day :Mr. a..: fc. Anltmaa will I 11, Robbins- Graham r I) and CblUlngsI Bookstore I l

derful sermon on wait by Co nt Tolstoi. ,, already predisposed to It' inspirit open]I his" laundry to'' the public. l It I worth's map of North Miami ,

In which 4 spirit bt marveli us' luddlty f and on the XQt of April of ths! wasMr.,: |AuHman'i Inf-nt.'oa! to"coxn:"I{'I Letters patent] United States 'to ,- I fiat AMSTC rnfttalk Irtsris.MetOoai. .

and fire.'absolutely' detach from ge- year he 'was able.to approve jo ntreaolutlon -, mence: business'this. morning", but on Louis Toms homestead grant 160 acres L.

'ogranhlcat :or political conditions,1 'of both Houses recommend'I account! ,of some Improvements! which ,f In section 32, township' .51 south' range. JENNIE'| .PARRISH. I I Rauh, ( ferae* isf Usas ...'

.1M'&k..Ut Word a* 'lit baa been given Inc that the 'President endeavor to beats making In the plant-not beingfinished .42 east. j Steno-raDher and,Typewriter'' ISIK c&utcc 'AWt or
'"Y himto; speak It, u4) 'fie n< other 11.'f. ,- brine'about, an understanding amo IE'the the opening will be postponed Waranty deed,!Horace 8. Cummings Ptmrt Reportlaf,DrponltkM; .Mailfoldwork 1

'tag seas'could bye done. / s yon read,, principal maritime power* with a until next week. During the.weeksolicltorsSrlll to D. G. Elchelberger for $100 five acres ..Teacbcr of 8honha dOffice *' -BECK;
with aa aching heart; his errible ar- view of Incorporating Intc the pe1'1I\a-\ ; be.out and they will take In section %9. township K south, range IXlHi AVCIM. O,ever Bask of BincajM 320 1.% hdft Street fiiss f...... .,,
Boan to $ to UOS ud :]:.s to *:eII. r
gsigsreat of war,"' eellnl that as', a sent law, of cirUixed actions the pria-. ,'family washing at 5 rente a pound 'with, 12 east ; ., Reid i 3U A..... c. .-
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;foPD ; -Laura Ella" Butt,"by"; her:attorney : ,I Iet-t: the Bap-,l-Mr., J. .F." -rtngton f buclnesssmanager ..' I BREAD' "' ..Cents. dries out. ;)

I DAILY MIAMI IS. Ceorge0.'Currie, has Instituted actio I ; next: Thursday t' _of the 'Metropolis, returnedfrom '@ 'I' ,Cii _

In divorce In the'circuit) court again of Mrs. ,A. ,a, brief. visit to Kentuckr. He
ij..MONDAY l7CTO8ERiI: 19MAILr : h husban'd, Moses Pufla.-, t. Just east of found the county In an''exceedinglrP'ro They take it. J Try ;it once.

,_ -c. '.' All the-mem- ', rou8 condition and everybody: : I
8CHEDVI.A. A suit in mpsit damages )500.( I
seemingly well pleased with their con-
; I '. was filed In.,the'county rourtthls morn I dition, and they general outlook The And Cakes are the Best

: ,Arrivi from $. orth.I I lag by:R. R. Taylor attorney,for J. I sentiment .'of the',business" ; men pollt-, t !
';110 L" Tatnm vs. Cassldey.:. that real estate scaly is favorable towards the election \
,: f:6Sp. ..' 'I i HJ nicely. They of Parker and with such a candidate inthe 0' gTcF1&EiN'r.
N-pr I ,The, North End Improvement R. S.:Wilson for. A'NNOt: :
001 for the h- i field there will be]few Republican. '
1:11 L a. II Literary Club will meet tonight at th< A lot on votes in Kentucky "' '
': IU' I residence of Mrs. R. S.,Wilson,on Seventh A. McKlnnon. '

t! ,street 1 'It' Is said that: poor J paver u Johnson'sfirst TEACHER OF SJNQINGv WILL CONDUCT THE?; VOCAL DEPARTMENT ?
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#' of after belrg taken, away AND WILL RECEIVE: PUPILS. AND,BE PLEASED TO EXPLAIN HER .,
T. O. Fitts. cashier in the office Hahn Misses Inquiry
.. I TOWN TOPICS. Isher tli. county clerk, returned home thif, : Lasseter. and from' .the flames ..s. ju to. the safety METHODS AFTER OCTOBER 1- VOICES TESTED FREE. 1'
c Twdflk COLClriAN :
morning from a four weks trip to Chicago ,225 Street FRANKLIN. BUSH Director. '
spent yes of, his mother and Miter, and It Is believed ,,
w'" 'I I and'other Western ,points t Key plantation, that his efforts in selling to save, -
.Go to Hughes ft Co. for Garden. Seeds. In Mr. Budge's them] caused ,him tol] remain| in the I -;14
''J The. Republican (Club..m hold yacht, building too long ,tor!his own safety. :?,
; .E. B. Breese. .bf Rocklndce. unong meeting at.the Fair bnilding'tonlgb4) I "U\UI\
t,. I.I At all events the inquiry for $
the visitors In, the city today.. ', All the members are requested to, i
mother and sister, while himself suffering -
ati 1 1Capt I
prin'ln \ 1 tend. .. j '. of TttulVllle,'I the: burning agonies of certain '!
',. Send your Job !to the letropolls death showed a true (courageous love Y SPECIALTY :i

:... office If yo t. want It done, ri" ht.L. .. W.: H. ,McIntyre has jWlt rei.turaed : t'UtrDl In attorney the city: for others and will bi| fondly: remembered ',j
t from a week's r'slt to Georgilana those for whom his last words i
Allen.of { court and are ,
Aufiostincj, is la
T. St. ofthe ,-!
: where he says h spent one were of such tender fend,sympatheticInterest ,
town on business.. : most enjoyable times of his fife. where they ,;. .
I business here c, ,J ,, ",-
I: -r James McComb, Jr., of (jPompjano, is:i'i'.Mr.'. and lira. G.. G. Rambo expect t I 'iiJ

gain In the city. on business.; go'to New York in a few 'days,to,con
:suit a specialist as to. Id!.','Rambo', and Rev, S. Q. SchoolBooks' ;
There'Wm1' three kind, o health which ,is far from good.,, candidates for
I berts at YOIUI '*. Pharmacy' to-nght' ,. snperlntend- ,'I{ i '

., Rev., P.,J_ Kenn$; or 'Wes| ;Pal left ,,, i ',{h 1
W. L MetcalfJ of' ;West' jPalm Beach; [ Beach, (is among the -visitors from ou canvaS of the 't: ', t >;
P tale town.to day In attepdancgfa upoaclm.l i ] political in-
up:the coast neighbor In the city to
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day. ; : r I IL
A special meeting r- of 'the, 1 re department ,. tropoU8recelved,' ANDsct100L The tfison Bicycle.Is 'i
U hereby;ca'led forWANTED. night. "WANTED.: TO RENT people who la- .
I'w sUPPL'IEs.
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at 7 o'clock., -I I ,AN UNFURNISHED HOUSE, winter. some of c, -
between Eighth and Fourteenth i permanently,.
.-Pear .eed. j f Wilson *: Address E.sare.M Topolls. aiJ'8j; : !o know I me. Tablets: .r | ,. I ?' .. 1'.III/, Built to Ride. j| '" '

nyt. g I the prices of Composition Books 'i- .
] j The choice of professionals because is '
The fishing smack Ruwn from the Metropolis Pad Boxei: ; It
: Ten cents a eo P1'will be paid at'this West arrived ,In port-yesterday with !I today. PeasaodPeodls, .,;:., "' tf the'Best Wheel made.
.office! for,the Daily Metropolis of August nets,line etc, and will ,'oln the ,Sues' 1905 model, $ 5'{ :
church, ,
29th. i L( fleet in Blscayne: Bs-y ..ad.adj.ee. E 18t '0 ''
,- of St. Pe- R krs,
waiera. ... ; I k
J. H. Tattm left yeeterday morn- + 11 in marriage to :Inks, Etc 'I I .
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'J, ,log for .:Tamps; Udothj'r:: |, points, 1 onLaxness. Mrai.'Pell, a well 'known-and expo H-,: ',was city well Rev.filled'C.A. Second, Hand Books ,Taken, Doit: Throw Away Your Old :Tires '

or .0: enced hotel woman. ,of St. Angu : '
who la well known here'has retur of the i in, Ex ctiange.THE Lake
; ,
Just reoelval-Red anttl jwhi e BerHugtrt delega- I ;-.;; ;!\Ve can. vulcanize them and them ..
In MIa "
win be lorated
and '
to the city
: good as new We are the people
Company "only
1':.. studs Onion Sets daring the coming fail,and winter.. "j ; .of Pythias, of (: I IfAtKET pn Miami ,who vulcanize Tires.
,groom ,is a I
Mrs. A. J. Y lb and Mf"tyt' Sadie expect 'i STORE+ i r "
Louis Cole, the popular and emc s
to get away on" WpfcxesfayStLouls. ,..' for clerk at'the Biscayne: Hotel, isexpect Avenue D.near W. H.ExpraM CUAILLE SON
s 1 -
'. a home the I.Uerpart of the week fnNIagaraontheLake it; : where he I I
R..W.. Hanoi, of Jacksonville, was ( LOCALS. Ii "j
; among those from the, inptrop < Us,, been chief clerk at the Hotel Royal 1005 Avenue D, Opp. Ultendorff Block Miami, Fla.MOOC -
the Hummer.
t ,rlytng in ,the city.. yeste. ',.ay.. ar.t. ,.; I groceries, -u1ii i Tale tie: Big .;Boat: ; ooo -
J.-McDonaid ---1-------- ,'
M. << I, Culet, \ : 7 ; -, --- -- \.;
it The yaaht Joplt,' bt jar WhEr, 'Geo. Zapf, of Went, Palm I _' ", n I r I. f------- t
:f ,engine Instalfed,wax lunjiched came down, this morning and ) ,
of order! ;
'_ day from the jray*< ,and sits rester-I force of men 'busy, getting out I The CLYDE_ mike, regular, trips
t 1 more minor eetails'! and impro' ,,open the .saloon by Weene.day.S. j ; ,repair it.He' j dally to the Beach, liavlrg the Stone
ready .ttylre D. y
will for Youngs
t be taoon ,i t Dock at 2.00. p. m., landing at the newferry PharmacyA
I' O. Zimmerman, of Danla.. '*' OF MU [ dock meet north ot the jetties,
j''". Mr. Wilson} of Eatonton, Ga.. is panied by his: f.ther-I.-I..Mr.: BUSH ;here every ,facility t1s ftrnlshed'tot ,
with houseneetlng tn
!f now connected;; the grocery t '., derson are spending the day in STREET. ,good bathing, and the I Beach being entirely .. '
p.of E. L.,Brady;* Co.; :..... dty. 'Mr. Anderson 1111'Just.. cut off by ,the training, wall from complete and carefully selected stock. |We buy our irngs In
:"F down from, Wisconsin., Dad ,the, treacherous "current: from Norris small qua ie8 and often, so we can always have them frt*and _,
to ,
The regular j semi-monthly Apply Our customers the benefit of this and .
Cut Inlet, there Is none of that undertow Ore. get are alway* tiafied., I :
t i of the city council:will be hel L at the ,, M. V. Brown, 01 'I' > "'
: council chambers Thursday night.. / have To owners a large of number renting now properties' rented 'street. ,,which makes seal batl tag_ so. dangerous. SdtU( 'j a1tcg.4, rinLs ana "-

tf;' 'oversteam want more to fill _orders. I eoUectj -, No channel*, to fallow going, over -
com ig ,
:;: Among the passengers due. ".. : of sewing ma I .r:!: : : SF ;tn edintit : : :
rents walk after there and. :
ti 1; from Key West Saturday on th ,. 1005 Ave- long you ret I
7' KMtlnlqu'1rf", J. :W|I John son and C ,c.' I ,
*r Rental -Aft, at the-.AOd .fountain: j Special creams and .sherbet Saturday ','
' 1 prominent\ people of,That place. tt ONLY .25 CENTS FOR THE'ROUN -
son. Carroll.t J FOR RENT. afternoons and evening! We want your-patronage and will :
-. always eDdeavo q"'"ee that yon get the best in nor ltste.
cistern i
/ w NTED., Miss Ella 'C. Singleton bath (TRIP. ,
COMPETENT ACCOUNTANT, popular and efficient_ t with ten or ', {
situation:as BOOK-KEENER Miami public ,school, & trucking land at PerttMl AUe osi Amts: 0., iuvs Dssn Ksrk if list Opks
4' desires s
(or SALESMAN la Retail Sto ., :tndecstaads day: : 'mID her home at Homestead I from Miami I to 'all prescription. ti's' ;.E. YO( NGS. ::,PROP.,

General 'Mereh.rdl*) I|take up her season' duties this on. or address' TAKETH&BIG BOAT.. i I Ji

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'" |statement' of'assets or liabili points In the State'of Florida or elsewhere ,

COLORED PE PLE { Cut, to 'available'up:lo 'Wednesday. as to thje)I ,directors' shall seem Sdutliern :RaiiwaV4

t t4ERE AND E S WHERE.i' HeWas attorney for the'com proper. 'To buy hold, owe. operate
Suited 1 the trouble was due to fail lease sell and "iportgage real estate for ,

-" 'f f re enrollment'
". FServicbs wire goit.J and as' a res of pupils to make the. enter and fruit'orchards. 'To buy hold and :
of the
f' >'i II all now lt'1 paren having:refused vote stock bonds and securities of other J ait'Route yt
rbvrchelf yeeterday4Mr ,. World's
their sons to sea after the -,
fe- go corporations doing'a similar business : ;
,., f.-- FOUR MEN I : ,
\' t Slocum and thV steamship and to ake'contracts: of any f '
3tTL Raadol Lemon lfI I
b. : !
and '
".' qty were t In':'town', yeete day.> ; in order to ,keep rl ter .-t TlturvllexStar-j m character with) such 'corporations.ARTICLE III. ,:Best Line ',toi SteLouis

orders. All t lis "
t L: our :: handling a'big bunchxof ba- The' :autboizfd 'capital stock of said ,{ j "
f ut.Grove, cr
Nr. Jeese town r.I"f been brought about l Friday 1. A. Smith the well corporation shall, be five thousand Superb dining service
In ,
was ( .
t r the satisfaction whIch street confectioner,; hap- shares 'of' common,stock of the pal "

registering.Saturda lows touch tarantula which re value,of tea dotlan ecb..and flve.hnn- 4; '. -
( This 14 they last Meek or our work. "j,
the bottom of the bunch. ;
> cloeee you, out. !, I I that bill hand had 'come' in dred value shares of of j preferred"stock of the Stop OyerS in'gand
t [ par one hundred dollar each g returning:
with something peculiar he ..
I ]
which '
: Thomas (not Leas a City Thom- bWt preferred stock shall,draw dividends -
) worshipped: at. Beth on ;yesterday only to sse the horrible at the rite of six: per.cent perannum. at t Atlanta KnoiYille LbjiisYiile Asieiille. :s
| spider; Mr: Smith dldn' take ,
make Pants to Mid D more, when earned and
aful'llOOL1 !
t 'I 1 i' measure-fr ; chances he had killed with- the the.thing.banana declared by the board of directors. At ndP principal Nortb Carolina Mountain Reso b.HlgJ ,!

hour ; ten
The'B- ,T.I P. uJ met at usual peg cent. of said capital stock-
'J | lte of the tarantula is| .
Jut eyenlng: Good at dance. Good. I very shall be subscribed and paid In before .
.. It is fabled to cause by
meeting this oorporatior4besine to,do,business, .
t' madness called tar- '
-. I -- 4.50! \ and other payments. thereon or further $ee, Bridge (high est railroad bridge in the world: )'FamouJsville.
Certain is that In ,
: Messrs A.I'Hepboitrn pd Sam New- It many Issues of stock: shall.be made*as ordered Bine;Grass, Region Lexington: and Lou I .

:;' Mid are makhg sOmo y : good hauls ; bite causes death.' that. by the bOard\>f directors.! Any Free, reclining ,chair 'cars, and. high class day coaches. Through]
is a big hairy thing
'': .now of some very-good, fish; and a Catchy portion of, said stock\shall ,be Issued Pullman sleeping car Jacksonville to St. J
j ou look at It,,will make the Louisa ,
rowbn low I' for and paid inj)capital stick of similar 'Fol ers..ratell. etc.
J as cheerfully '
':i 'Rev, W1 t 'R r of Colored TownBargain as\\ hazards 'despair' creep' corporations or in property, the value furnished upon application.

I.House, pr t rach 1 a strong..eerDliln column. If you want to of which shall {be fixed at a meeting of :
y at Bethel A. : go Into Mr. Smiths and J. C. ,LllSk, District Passenger g en is
yesterday aftOI'110 the board of directors calle \ or ,that. -
11. E. r ,,J'. $ 2 to let you look at his,exhibit purpose.-I ; ., 108 W.IBay St., Jacksonville, Fla-,|
( preserved It., This one came ," >
4 t ,,' ARTICLE IV .
dr. John Page,=an 01 _eltiaen of this 'I the States' They In are banana frequently ships Thll'corporaUon'shall exist .for"the i I I < '
j ftrat class echanic- who \ '
city and '
al tern'of .
now lives 1n W eet r,t'a'Beach.,was In We guarantee ourwork. r. { t .-Palatka News I f I .. nlnety nlne years.ARTICLE V. America's Most Perfect Wheel.

'.(own rester.l't, on', IiuJ ear I' back the; paid. business'of
t I money you STREET GRADINjAND| The the corporation shall

theatrang faces w.saw : PAVING. be conducted by} a--presidenta rice-pres orJ
Ytlany were
In town\t 'yesterda' #';'elf 1I1&Unr themselves ., A.. WORL I rR 1 ident, a secretary, a' treasurer'a boardof 'R.aCYCle. :i

:; among our pmpl and attending Next to First National : [ .be ,received.until, the 15th> not;more than thirteen directors, *,i 'r t '7

the dllifthel of" thecity'q ', ,; : lKi4! ,:by the' undersigned the number. jbe fixed by the by-lanrs., .Differsfrom! the bicycle. I_ Pushes, one-fourth" "
i: ? and paving of the and an 'uecuU.. committee composed

lIr.' Walter" A. firm ood, who has | West Palm Beach. Fla.. ac- of the president, vice-president? secretary 1 asier, and is propelled the same'way..

been stopping at Dr. tler'a for several Magic Cit; to. plans and, 'specifications and two directors. .The omces ofsecretary less the friction the easier the
months. leUIfor! allahaa8ee onSatnrda be seen at my office:; and treasurer may be held by the \ i push. :

1-- night for th State Normal Drug Sto 1 to be expended will" not one and the same' Individual. ,The directors The Racydc ,has. ,Jess friction] on its Crank Bearings*j

'Scbool ;.,here h. biah this \ than $9,000.00paring to be shall Df elected at each annual : '
: i ell.coqntna.r: rock- ,' or;Miami meeting by the,vote-Qf the holders of < $ .than any.other bicycle: .

.Rev;, R. J., 7a1lor'a eeUng at,the J.'A. BUTLER,'M' city may decide. ,The city the common stock only and the boardof '1m '

Crone 'ij still Iu pToV pi, ""What,the Proprietor.DrigS I j. the right to reject'any and all directors so elected shall at once 1, .lb: :
remits are we han 11 t been able to \ elect from its;;Own members an the .11 .

learn. "But, they 'are avittg' spiritual, ; Patent Meifcinesi j 'ft.'M. POTTER officers and twi members of the executive .L have. .an UP- -date plumbing, ,establishment. t ii.
'meetingi from sWaT cL .of Street and Sanitary commJUeei] The executive committee -
,, -. -Articles Snniries.,P City of 'West Palm In'the. manner# 'and to the extent: connection with iny Bicycle Emporium,"and a

Lfttlel,3ortimore. itehnrat 'wiioItara'1t1th "' anl Stationery : ;' provided In the by-laws of said 'corporation to'do.the best work. Call '
prepared nd
his'eoustn., Mra. SarallJ. Only Drug Stor.ln' /( 'lst. 1904.SAVED shall have and exercise: the powers :$ see me.M .

Hepbollrn at" ,t06ijAY ue H.:;went, 'to r,com.ATI_a_uro nrra of..thelio.fd:'of, directors. In the MCDONALD
1 1 1i
Cocoanut Grove to Tilt his mother rernlnCt'"terdL h "_ _' HIS LIFK. management and control'of the'.4ml- .. :
afternoon.,who will 'deliver '-- ness and affair of the corporation and \ ,

hereafter,.as,long a* 'te will,; i j ; ,Wtngo,'Ky., writes, shall have thetpowerto]! authorize'the J. (

'i The he Odd Fet o hall built at papers to every subscriber.' 1902: "I want to'tell you! be- seal of the corporation to Jbe affixed: to .. .. I, -- .rv. .. ......- 1rAreYol
West'I'alm.Beach, bu t ,by 'that'' all- up In advance, and yon: rhall rd'i Snow Liniment[saved all papers which may require It.; The ;

"_ round'mecbanicMr., obn' Page"Ylll paper on' time. 'The boyV1" i'I was" under, the treatment! 'of annual meeting shall be held on,the nQin'g' tp Buiii( ? .

be' dicated: next"Th" relay; we. are to receipt you hereafter : and they' told me. lone of first Monday In November. The omen ; : .

1nfQQUe'cr.' I: i ,w-aa .entirely gene, and 'the who'are to conduct the business "
,J. -&- 'The many friends of M'n J I j i ;; affected., I also had a I lump' of the corporation until those elected ,IF SJ),OR .YOU NEEI3 VILD._ iATER- 1
Ira. Jtebecc \\I.alke or Key west; Seymour, the only ,daughter ; '1 don't.think. q could at the flrst'annual\ meeting are qualified \ '
& : a yelat1've o{ Mr.1 Sam tel i D.,Johnson, John Page,'of:West'Prim- : over two months longer: ,1 shall bet;: ,IAL OF ANY KIND, yo4'should'not:;' irto see -i

of his bclty;'4led!jOn'l Friday;,This feel cad 'to know'.fhst she}|1 || 'bra frend to'lril n lIard'8 ;' 'WiM/Browli: President. r ; t.
.win befsa4 hews ,ito Ii many Mends l last stage ,of; conrumptlon' 4"l niment-, ; The Bret :'application! XvVWL.Blacj: oner' "VicePresidentSecretary I A. fflcDONAlD & "CQ "

'',in'xhisrt:: ..i. _' home of her mother In great' relief; two .fifty cent T: .Moore] r .

Beach.._ ,She has been very,ill me. sound.and welt It (\. L. Brann ng1 Treamrer: :
'. >>r:,'IL S.. An'derson of the ,llrm' of time: but now, ,co&Unues to' : ;medicine and I ecom- W,<_M,Brown',-W.,5Wtz Blackmer T.,- Dealers Lumber Laths Shlatles.. Hoaldiag,CasUjsvBrlck, ,

-Jones ndi.A; def.-: took' out some .The end is not for_off; 'we are to' suffering'humanity. '2SC; V.'Moore, G. li Brsnnln' F.'A. Bryan: I'LlBtfC meatPlasterHalrlEta., Tsfda and o lce,<1Ye D and 14th, St., iCiObbiflg
very fln+e :bread 11 to ut .Grove For. sale by Red Cross-, Phar- :M. C'nardee,=.T. T. Wo/ford. M.,B. Lymn jM\r. x\/w,a-uTr\Xj- ->i-u-u-u jnru A-ini-u-ij r\rxjx/xfxrxrLj-ur NIchoWsT .
leatftda1' mol'JlJlIc. w they have' ', ,Mr*:"."Lucy, oNe, : ; A: E..Pavker, A. C. Frost.,E.'T. f ::1
:some very ;'Cood iro r., These boys ind. is the only Negro << King..M.,AMarshall e and T3.:Peters', '

I are allight bakers.Th a member of 'the Grand Arm DAILY THOUGHT. 1 D'rertorsi ant W. M.. Bro-, 'w., W.

-.L- -;- |Republic. She .escaped during : BIackm .'j<(.:'Moore: *, F.: A.- Bryan ( Kates

war sacCame t or the Lord'i to.t V v> Twenty-third,_ Indiana : : "}was': ,any more Inception' 'and ,M. B..Ly}nan, as Members of ,the : j 4 4F

SupPer gJvenatltnos j .of', the city,came, the'regiment's!' curse', tbere Is now. .. 1''.'Executlve'commlttee. 31 '

.ehurdl e yesterday; time 'an.n. Even to this day when a e :more, youth or.age than there II ARTICLE ,vi:.
"' Many tw"er the II hi v amens One 1:post.to.which, sha b.1nng- ." _I The highest amount of indebtednessor '
convert ....e'are, told, at JCcw Mount'I she insists on nursing him.; will be'any more perfection i ;<< '
r liability which the'corporationran H. 'T. ,
Zlon Baptist Chnre, ....hlcb.mar be I I,suffered, a stroke,of paralysis! i ( there la r now"i: J at any time subject Itself shall be "l F ,
Ctnnlng ii raL, the New':Albany post turned ::, more heaven and, he I than
4 the. ofjai I l '* : equal to they amount 'of, the' capitalstock The people Dade County will want all the news
t body to visit her. She imnow.SValtWb, }tman. {
: I paid Inj 'this as it is to [ because
I ; year Fan! interesting one |
Rev.Scott Barley, he uncle of our 'slon through a, special, 1Y1 J '
of the
Foe.. H., M., BarUe! : left Saturday gress. : AND F1..VER.I .The "am'd ''residences of the I r
in after -- .
morning tor bls I potn Tampa i -
subscribing icorporators'of said "
li corporatlontog -
: having spent aereral aye In the city The entire literary,iainvlte1d | 'Wrl .t. ).acogodo ; '
they with"the number of
attending and preach' coi hllnp' phew. : Lemon City tonight t p,take'] ;I ; }Hs'daughter! .had bes'i'? and tbe'shareS o the'capital stock:subscribed Nation! State and County
( +
H4; preaebedg; me strong and spar Educational Mass eeUDg three years: he <: ot find ,
held at that place by that 'would. byea,Ji as follows: i
Itual_ rmon..t'W are oJd.t be 1drI : help! Ier1UlE j he '
'.; ,I W. M:.- prom reading In Miami, 'j '
J and others! A goodly mint rbln ,' Ills'wife u ill not keep .
':y- Tonfgbt la s resul r metlni night Ltromised, .to go up., They' it and caaiigt! Bay too .Fla".. 1S5sharps of common stock.: '
} >rr The
> In. r
residing .Metropolis
,W; W. Blackmer. Delray.Flaw
profitable as well ,as enjoya t.: .'' ; .
'rg, for 9 tding Stare, /].o4 a No. 41. of the \5Oc Sold byRed; Cross !
1. O.. bf Good Saman aD. and Daugh- This meeting'is'given Ja '! ) / ,a.-.' : 125'sha es of common stock.' I t '
.- ten ot SamarlLI?F!AIl embers are isquestedto of Mr': B. T. .Goodwin'; Jr.tl' I I" ': O. L. Bra nlni. 'residing In 'WestPalm Has perfected arrangements: whereby it.can' 'offer ,

: be Oat on Ut! ai'1:30 p.1 son of Rev: and Mrs.:-B..F : OF '"JNTENTION TO. APPLY. Beach, ; Fla.. '1"5"sharesof comuoiuktock. such attractive .rates lor'anous newspapers

:m. Ahvisitors are co dally! Invited toa ot Lemon,City who"ha? b LETTERS..PATENT. '" '. :that there.shoi'ld be"nb: excuse ,for people remaining (;.,
a4tei4 {:1 : : scholarship* in the Baptist { } *, [r' -F'A. Bryan, residing In F ulford. Fla, in ignorance )asito the happenings '
w 1 t. ... Jacksonville for the past two I i 125 shares'o1t; commou'stocLY\ :", -" -,': '
li hereby given that under- C. Harhee, resid'.nj' 'in -'the: year. ]; ; .i -
Tbepetert !nrjtent Yen by the ImJlt'fla.l yearsy: This young man, I F tty, M.: ;_ Boynton I- }
Social Club 1 FrIday night signs-for, future de\"eoJmen I apply. 'to the Governor, Fla., 125 shames ,of,common ,stock., -",. 1 i'

at Mr and Mrs H.W:. ns.el's hestdence smart.end Industrtout is,"+ I e\of.Florida' at 'Tallahassee, M.'B..' Lymani nsldl| gn' ;Lautaoa;, I, ", : I ...' .
err 8OITY. owing of tb -word. Anything! do Fla.. 125 shares of eqmmdn stockl
:u'llt successiWe [ the 25th day'of October RATES. ,
+ on A. ,
,.. ,
residing In
E., Fort Lauderdale
to a task of buninr we were unable wiT of eneouragmgnttwi11 l T. King\; -
:wet 'that which is tot ,for letters'patent incorporat; F 1 a.. shares of common stock: "
k1 t attend. If are nvlted again weshall ing .Holy { 'lpji
i! oldated: Fruit! ) :under ; I '
,!hrow.off enc ra'nts to go. trust'that thIS'meeflot'ytl 4 charter M..A. Marshall;resding| in Fort Lanflderdale "i Metrapplis'< .
centlve to the young'man i.' proposed Fla!, '125 snares' common 1 The Daily

,Mix. .ronettL.| Boston. Mrs., Ella him to ,go'up moreho.xful t : Brown; F. A. Bryan I stock.- j j jVm. j ,r andDaily t x 0 ne' Vedr
,MC.. Hardee.- ] ,
G. Alklns''daughter and.)4rs }tart:n'1 \ .- MBrown.. F|. A, DO-an. .'': _...;. t 4
; on.nile.. leftjfor:: .lte'r firstterm:In ':;THE BEST" DOCTX : G. L. Branding, d 1.. X.Varshall} 'H. C.'Hardee.W. ,"- r. -- '1imes-.Union: i. $10.00

the State Normal' at J Iliihasaee. Some Rev. B. C. Horton Sulph ; M.B.lLyni,n., : 'W. Black'mer' G. Brannlrifer : r -,1' : lr ,

,iitude-fta.were to jcumroasKey: :West. Texas,,writes" July li tb..1?: i : ED CHARTER OF CONSOL H. T.. King 4 1 '}L. B.:Lyman, -, 1Sem.Weekly Times-Union j 15,50 '

but, "5 havetl' I b' L ,ablee to learn used In my family ;):lard'JI. FRUIT COMPANY" ..State of Florida, ,' ] j ,

"b er they came netmany ('ntian 'lt rehound Syru ; E'rair-nl'fi -hereby" associate! "v iinty'pf; Duval.- ",'-\I ;
'" I'' bare proved certainly satU together for the purpose of .Before !'leI! .aJ Notary,Public,In and Weeidy Metropolis witrj, Semi-W'eek1y Times .

"ends or.1 e1'. '%I1lIaU liniment-is the best. we ha' [ Incorporated under |he laws|.'per-dally Union '- : .' -' '2.(10 ,',I'
'C" '; for headaches and pains | 'of ,Florida! ,. for the trans- < -
Ja n. :i _v gentleman, and :.- : With Atlanta Journal wic.a weeks. {
;wen ,hougb'of by el +"ho.b_ bim. syrup has been 'our' doctor business under the following t'iarsball! .,tF W. fiteekmerj, E. T;King, T- I.. .%.25,

/"' wm It pained t i 1" that b.bas,been ,'ghtyeer's-' '' -...;...,5""'""' l.t I f ,1) .... A: Bryan. Ml C. Ifarl1ce.t,. U> Iran:: 'WithVicekly P.Jm" .Head News\ op'Old .
i'. -hshost! hi Baldwin for Rid Cross Pharmacy ARTICLE.l.. j" t I 'I '
vek. JI1 : I 'I I't, Mf., 8, .r.'I'i.! "ft b tpmewellkiiottEi.to _
tae last few' utSs slowly Improw = I l o/ ,this t'.OJ1JOlattfn.lIhaH, to-be '
I nunao't, me the
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sir M:. Eolibin It tell. Fruit ,Company, Its "
George It'bdck
: dfl'fi j' r !rid Y'drillS < : and who sub- ,I subscribers must pay dues l>eforethey
r tJ" :or ProridenIt. L, to !i ; I, place 1 of business Shall baraSFla etrr14.1 '
s'- l E4'iiu per ho left lest w4ek- i,Ms sonr Rnfus, 'home, hAY njs|i j i .tT.1:of.){! and1' bust-I -rrtrd, and ; Ihe- foregonrf : ,cjin take adyaiitagefo"ini \ 'these; offers aad cash
IJr.1 ; acknowledged *
for Vest Jnpi''; to at'thg bedside 1 \\ytitt\that the ,Nantlral : [ !! bs'(condncted in they State of j4r.t"'r- and.. ,"s!'veraIlT''I' ; > i ;adyaricei mist aci Pflnyan or-lers forADDRESS
," brother InEolvent'aEJBto ; and elsewhere, as ma be beebusiness- ecuted uate ror' the.pnr-| these combinations I ;
of h1 sick rit.a that be does Riatfty wag ,o'...'therein expressed '" ;.! :
<' .t"' Fow n come bck.'ow'ing :' | the bands of a rrreitrip'of rl ('on" If'nL > y I
:. *t ,U'Horss, hand and oScIal! l seal at '
'r brother' ndlttlm. lire the fhp! 'abandon \i: ARTICLE II, jc r | -:, ( '
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tr 'hI aeksonville this
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.;' { ''brother. Will. time own FrIday bight Robbins paid In adiancet! : I ] nf>ra-t atnro'of the :
; ">rh day or SeptembVr, A.D 19M :
:, i A getp'nce for tb .I'IE'brother! and i Jof money/ hll'IIOO's tnf I! bjp 'this' corporation Sc.
,\ family to IIn In this city.Matter. j f trades. ou :th propolf'd'! j !o .boy, ,spfi,,and dekl In :"all Notary's R | Fy, Fleming! .
t I I he will,do his best tq'n'C'O [er( e andveyetables4 pn eon-t'--?rotary Pijwic.-'SUte'; of Florida, at Mami'.MdtropoIiS.

Ciarenee I berta will go'.'e.ar. a part of It Ceo"H. : or otherwise- employ;such t LargeMy" '3'Commission" >!expires'. June :
... around with hi fo. er paperboy this.Froridence, II.' I, ts tempo! : to establish! agVnctes. at such CI. 191?. I.. ...
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O'U.'t] L Em x'RE11wEw I II I I 1'1'H .. ..- 5.:i : S.: WILSON:: :.. .. .t" : I I I the commencement. ARTIcuf of tia.' V.corporate existence I Editor Metropolis AT HOME-!t TO STAY. '.

: 1 ,The business of,thla; Company,shall An Item in 'your "paper stated Oat

Dally to tbe Kail ta. North ass 11"-' in contractor and Builder be conducted try 'a President, aPresident. .Vlce- Capt.J. A. Pine h'as' returned learn 'S

.. Secretary Treasurers or,; absence tram' .National Sol I18a ';
aekeoavtths ._. ... -o.ay5P L*Jacksonville, Fla -- : o kr tom *
Lv Jewta.- -.+. so.Er le t7p Lv J..up,GIA ----- x .f .: General,Manlier and by such other lome, In'Virgt4 I am not a' .... ,

OMu aava.ah bta-_ _..t-two_ao.,ty Ry 11.sa W. Ar Ar Atlaut.,0a.. ._ _--....-.-_8 o u Ky1 k7 a bs sueAj I. ;1 : i, .f : u.. officers, agents employees, M may her of the Soldiers'' Home:; neither aaion
Home, Oa._ _. .__.ho By 7 aa.ArGteea.boro f '
LI Ckartott. -- _y.o._. Ky 9 stir AT ArDUton.Ua-,: ,L.-......+.. 8oRySoKT 7a9.Ar from time to time be appointed by the I a leave of absence from the Hornet ,
bsovtlle _._.. .. -..-4 Bo. Ky a lop Ar Cliaiunonrn Teiiu.. s....{.., t 49. a NOVELTY WORKS Board of Directors. The omce of Secretary except, I hope, forever. For, the past
s ,
Icy ACU 2urr '
__ e Ar AT Ot.wInuatt.Obto.Lsl.yto -. .-- ---._ R*C (_7101 I 1 : and Treasurer, }jrt the discretion ten'months I ha''.e beee an inmate'otthe
>oosd. Ry udder "
Ekl of fine residences
UiMluDAiCO_ ,. .iHTBlg Four IArCnlcago. ego{ a Specialty.
\1 'r of the Board of Directors, may.be filled Military Hospital connected with
,.. 111... .. ....J.- ... Big Four I IVinWdKHm 7 l'eu l :
ArCUarlotte.rULso.ky LS...uourg --- e ay f et a y v.Ct.n tuuattu..-. .... Pa se. sits, ," by one and the. same person. The the Home, under itreatniont for an old
oAr .....blaJt a_ : ..&. tit f 54p Ar Cbl. .. IIt Pr Lin.. :tea WI ter homo for toarUu, buineM block., la fact anything !* the brfdtnQ,1'ine 't names of the Officers J and Directors wound received on the 4th'da) of Jly.
''Ar I I1aor. ._. .......4..P R u 11 v CL uon.alu.r.-.. ,.... C I) S 45C 4-J one contemplating building world do well, to ooaiMilt ma In regard to plana and .
oAr I'blIa4pbla...- P x R f 4 :. A r Chlc.nw 1.1 ...-.1. 'C H&I'I 7 tLt.Ar I r Ification- Being'a'\ member of Tbe r.nitdera Exchange and employing. nothing I IV : shall consist' of three members and 863,. rbile batting 'for the Starry' .
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Atw YorK .n' C U It L 94tiso. who Banner Old while I willnever'
t'lurlurati, U stockholders, 'conduct the Glory-And
-"' t UnU> nun I car labor I rouble cm my work. Look n*Op or write me' are :
,o_ _... ----c H C D A furaatee.o .
Ko.as-"web Pullman Drawing tics as I IlackKmriUe k um etariaa tlleelarg Limurd C r.Ar Ar rOltan 1Mrntt Mtrb.. ........ uC H a: u 72x. : l... . . . . .. . .. ...,. .. . . . business of the corporation until those be enttrel4! ) well I -am.hapy to
Dally to L.w YotK.j t1octuoau.0...._ ..w-r. -.... 1'u L+.ee s OAr .41.J I 1 t'- elected at the fi-st eLetionshall be 'be able 'to return home, and I hope -.
1'. Pa Wnr. 9 We '
I't tatrurg here to remain. Beyonythe fact of being x
L/1 nrinnati,0 RIRFour1 9Ar 701 qualified, are: |11]
Through -Theil.d et 8ky.? >to Clerriand. O. 1... kit g.Or, I5. i""r I James T..Sanders, President. '.benefitted. the''IInpurb.medical.
I .rrlnttoo. r'r., y r bop Dade Abstract Co attendance and medical skill there.attainable -
IL .. btr. RfJtr I'1' County W.. S. Gramllng. Vlee-Presldent
L.Bairaaah Jaekaoutill,Ua.:::_._. :..' .. No i2 "' Ar M Inut+ No ... -- ... ._ A. Ry 7 aw J. H. Tatum Secretary I and Treasurer hospital' life certainly has'no

; Ar ArColaaibUb bertlle..,N.S.O.C :.-..-. Bo.xi 1 s 1 >;o. 17-1h. Flurkla Umll+d. Ddy.otfa rr And" James T. Sanders, W. S. Qramling attractions for m;: outside that it Is .-.J
Ar Hot tertno. H.c.4-:4o. Ky I t P vatlMlyd Rata. throoibnaebe. and Pullman szrooaro_ s..mzaJseles : but purgatory. j :
t Ar Kaoxvilte. TeBD. burying hart Jactwuvllle w heir YOrt. and'J, IL Tatum shair constitute the
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1Uc, .. .._ ., ilo ky -- Respectful ,
Ar Ar St.Uml bate.._......:..- .- .. So.R' s q Board of Directors until said election. )
Atct.rtaeaa.Ohta.._ .. Q +t a .r xoaruwEsr: I O.33sae1.11yPuliman M.Jadlw..k. > The Officers and Board of Directors of I James A. Pine.
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)raweng-ItaIn ack.onv1Uea b ... .ouky >te1aI. 1 VTcPl i said corporation: shall'be'elected at the I .
.aft'eepIDIc.r. v .. .... -,., Ky 1o Icy CCRES WINTER 'COUGH.
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, Loul. Lv Jesnp. -i -- .j 1 first annual the stockholders ,
Al M.et.n,lia .,..-.t.--.. .tlo Ry Ilb.b ] : Furnishes aecurate'add complete A$H i iI" mee.Unc"yf >
Ar Allanta.la Kys.v tun .. .tracts- or'Searches of Title to any! and at each annual meeting of the i -

T Ar atrminauam.Ala. :. _. ky land in County.: \Ve own complete stockholders thereaft The flnt annual J.,E. Cover lojl'N..Main Rt.. Ottawa

World's Fair licte ; i A.Ka., ..(9ty Mrs FTLM 94OrSt. I" Abstract Books of all the land Rej : meeting of,the i tockholdeir,!,,'and Kan.. writes: Every fall it has beea

Louis Joi n S c .. s $. L .titnoa, cords of Dade,County:': : : nJ: each annual meeting thereafter; shall my wife's troubli to catch a severe cold p
: 14 h I Ar tIM t nHt t. .rk >ec.and Treat. :; 4.I be held at the office o the Company on and therefore to:cough all winter tones
Llmltt d. '
.No.13. "Tbe FIudda Last winter I'got for been bottle of F
i the,27th day. of August
;; ARTICLE VI. Horehound Syrup.. She used It and ha
jAKIUW. L JA'\jK"S\'lLW"" :
, From Wew Vot'''.W.\doKt.tn.# et..4.'io. ." \ gad n.wIda Limited.. .';3 a. m." I C how.H MEYERS The highest amount'of indebtedness been able to sleep-soundly all night
... Nu. 14,"Fu reds Uiulted.: .m. "
J' .: From Fran Chicago Csmuu: City.CIi citi)(*,11II1.ljCli B'.rmHuhsfrom ta : C1.eiuuath It ufrtil.s> .n. -, and .'1-rl'It UBVtMt.VSg-l a.m. subject Itself shall not; exceed the her, two or thre j doses stops the cough: : '

Round:Trtp Summer 'Cmst Ticketaluow ou'aale. Contracting I ;ElectricianI amount'of Its capital ', took:: and she Js able to be up and welt 25eOc.

..>'. ARTICLE: VIL' $1.00.. 'Sold by Red Cross:.Pnar-
J. .C. LU3K: .Distric: { Pwsin jaiv Ar ;a it, ,103 W'Bay5t., Jacksonville..' Fla '"'' i The names and residences of the Incorporators macy-; I .
I Supplies,
!: Batteries Coils Etc. i of this'Company, and the ,
Spark ..
> 't-, I BROOKS MORGAN, A0. p. A, j, : i1
8H.. HARDWIGK. P. II- amount of capital stock subscribed breach TWO Is BEfTE THAN. OlE .
-- 1113 AvnuJ.C Miami, Florid Write for prices follows .
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are as
; ; i- Un';'. 'poiuter fur the Mrraoriiiurradert
I :OAR D James T.' Sanders j(Seal). of Miami,
: SEA l You {want to lave nn'neyaud :
.." I : Fla!. ten' shares.W. we know how to brlp,)uu. W.' ".4
; I 'I r 110ANE & Rl\ULERSON S. Gramllng (Seal' ), of Miami. Fla. can fix it so you pay a little more tba
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i: Air Lin Railway ,, the price of one;paper and set the (.e ,
f : e : ten shares. you want. The price of the Daily :.
.' j I iN4, f' ,J.:" H. Tatum'"(Sea )' of Miami i'lL, Times-Union and Citizen has recently' ,,'

I.:., : CXFL .liEALER ten shares.. been reduced to the following pri.- ".
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"-1 Florida : Three month. ... ""..i a M .
k Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern pines: meats Best pleats Choiest Poultry. State of Six month... .. ........... see '
: } Choice ,. Live Polite, Attention County of Dade:: ,One year.!...L...............; s 00,
'\ : Richijnai;:J Washington, Baltimore.iaJftew i t 'On' this day personally appeared be- you botu"
Raleigh,, I. and ,dressed poultry PA Ht' T REA T MEN T. We propose to'tend the.
i York. } fore, me James T. Sanders. W.S. UramI Daily and Sunday Timea-Unioa sad _
!hilade.pTwo '
known Citizen and the Mrraorous for: .r
I' / nc and J. a Tatumj tom Six months...!! .........;.. .... $ I tS
{ Elega t Trains Daily: t. c. I. ltA1JL"1t50R 8 aa the persons;described in and who One year....../ ... ......:.....: S X
# Seaboard Mail .. .....1a-1I.4 tll. moat ba.t- subscribed >their. namea to the, foregoing : W. will sendf! you the ScmlWackly'TimesUnion '

:f!S Seaboard. 'Ejcprass'jModern'Pal .. '":..... Corner 13th''St.. and, \", "D: a.r t.n to tee Articles of Incorporation I of the Krrmorous. and Closes an4 tuft :'

'' Florida Medical Company and did severally t'
: nun Equipment. L H ; Six months for..... ... ....... $ 1 00 *'
. 1 .. acknowledge that they. .executed One year.- ;... ....:....;:......: 100. ':2
S JiTZ' I ISTEia : I" N4 -I-.- .-. . . . .. the, same for the purposes and uses ,. Thus for,it seats more thai .*. 'f

; i ia r3froin Jicisaifllla to 'Kew Orleans. (I' Corner Avenue B ani llth .Str t.1 therein expressed, j cud price for of fifty tbe daily cnU, JOB more gel than two the paper**
'j t nf.
ar.Ltil. ; d lUf; r J J; p ; > (tl" ;;, In witness whereof' I hare hereunto our price of the Mrrmoroua;yoa pi I"

f i -i- I' j set my hand and official seal, this STth the Semi-Weekly Tlmes-Unios sad
For full infotm jicn' .., I 1 r.le r .t'yatlOI',, call un any- :agent of tbt i .1 G. A. MULLtR, Proprietor. day of August. A. D. 1904. Citizen and the Farm.. and Peels ..!
rite" r .. -
-rr,II .r.l. y I. *',,8.11 TATUM.. Grower.

A. .0. imfiiiiV: )U'{. tj .i.sL Msmilis, Fla. I IS" "Notary Puplle State at Larae. in'Send advance. your always ubeeriptions at tbeee to price us -t. ,ai,> .

My commission expires Feb. 9, 1901. t Tan Xarmopotie, .
.C. BOYLSTO'* J r.. Pass. .Atrt, : I. SN CARLOSfOKMCRlY : 11 'I -.-.- 1 1Ii..I. P1: '

Pci .The eIj to of:.the "East,Ootst of Florid 4 i iIS -- ) "

i' 1" 'perfection thin that of' anyother..place No ,matter how;Comfortable*a "soft White EagleJBaiterFonr Shor..

I 'C Open aO the f year at 2.50per: day and up :s bed and large;soft plllowii may be, they; \
:on earth. .. .. ..* 4: j tile Special per week to Commercial. { are nit. healthful and Jwornen'espe Chairs. 2: No Waiting
...... /I j
!jLarg* SAMPLE: ROOMS | the
I.ri rALJoom 1 dally 'would 4o;well to avoid them Best Service in city; .
I >> Past ffk M:668.' Miami.'flortfa. ]r .
.1 : .'1 4, for they 'assist,ma :eriarlly; In Injuring A_ COLBY .. ,Proprietor
M --4 I her physical appei ranee.: AVhen, .the I 3021..lftll Stns.CLUBBING .-
1 1If .. body sinks down 11 a soft bid a''oonJ -., t
4S i -,- :J I siderable portion" < {'.the'skln U ,tob. S

! ';. Do You Intend To Build rand bed of 'Its- proper l'nU1atlon"and tbe I (; :RATES I '

,I : circulation-:!is ,inter .ed with. It also :

, helps"to make ,the muscles: flabby; A
: i ii barj" bed will ;male the. flesh firmer, :![

: 1 SAVE I MONEY ao i the form:nus' t, therefore&. appear L.

ft i : 1I06 esl hat better aa a resultThe' large' 'You: em save.money 1

( :, pillows are not god<< to.leep."on'. because 'by ibscribinjj ,for .
-t INFORM THE !in c'all..branches 01! toe,Building the head is too high when It rests ',
OrIkOnit them 'and this prev'l'Its"that deep, p jjers yon want.
S ., T .des 'are repret-ented.. Themembers on x
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of this association) cheerfully -' regular!breathing which ,gives goodluug&and'ln

Contractors' !jwill hirnish i plans, ,specifics ., cons : ; shoulders.. ; -THROUGH THEMetropolis
Lions pearance4p the bu t and .
and 'estam tes. x
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.... t ( One ought alway i to sleep on.the left .
'- Association side, 'and preferab y with the arms at '
As ationContractors ., .
_ ISIIII c the. back., This' n ay,be'a' 'little" awkward -I ,
5 ii. : _J 3 at ftrst.1:but as soon as one becomes
i .: u wwww: WW.. to'It .
accitstomed he] will find it

,10 I t I I nbt only the most restful and easy;but '
Wean .
: give you
the position/ In blch sleep. 'U more
i Ifuarce&jh t\wly\ conduced says the Inquirer. The the Daily Times- iI

aiL.y pillows'ought :to. ::of cburte,>be small Union and Daily '
aa4 a l tem.M orYs. T1.e.lrpls Y2Ytatl..q i ii '
bed j.at least firm. ,Thebody"ls'then"l METROPOLIS for ,
and the > I
OMMOMI fir msad Tafrtakta Farms tf O* nutrj trfkatarr W .1 THE: 'ONLY "
I ID'' MTEB, LIVE WORTH and BISCAT5E Bit i 1 the'correct position $}Oi;00 a year, or. .
J i for sleeping slid f T helping the.physl liothCo1'6months

S I. .n SIDA r..riei lists J.et..a.ill. vL t!. @ t f Fl.E: : ..8... ':B-..1 cafappearance 'of the person while_at t five dollars.. ='t
COAST BAILWAT. thejhuck throw the .
I I I II rest The arms a- { ;- .
chest forward, r. ake:<'| the shoulder! 'F .

Pain. : : :t1n' -ES-t_ a b1.1.sh.nd.en.:: T broader and, the barK 'ttraishtor. so ; _

f--- that material ass! ,ta toward;( a thud

SIN' MIAMI.Avenu4 I.----.;r carriage Is'thus ibtained When' /:one The 1
\ Iea on his back. e en though the pillow

C, North of First, National EjJan is.zmall.it. has a endiency to crook the j .

shoulders i. &cdnuny'Ca. ..es .of stooped

, For espy r WaiUUI ..."..EMt Curt.f FUrUa": not..,.. I. shoulders have" probably originate I i\ '
I NOTICE'I Its'.principal office located Miami.Dade 1
Isa>>wLe anads.4ad ctlMr lalbmaUo- Unai' I,.i ; at that way.; :I I

rJIL uaon &?..FCLRrl11, 'LLEAIiIIa, t-- 1.1 County 5. Florida j I f 1
: t6.Jneyt .r" ......." _a_ ,d.t P.A.. '1 To I Whom. U May Concern: ARTICLE IL .' SAVES TWC rnoii DEATH.. 'IIJ' I

, ;....- 6T. .rGv8TJ, llrl.dt. I' | Notice la hereby: glTen'that the un-!s i; .j The general nature"'o .the bwlneas J
." j designed Intends to apply to HIa Ex-I 6 I t be transacted shall be! the manufac- "Our'llttle' daught4r bed ILalmoatfgtai'attack'of I
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. -.4 I cellency.; William S. Jennings.. Governor 1 t ring of,and placing upon the market.. : nrbobplng cough; and -{ Semi.Wecki. :

Atl CoastUne. of the'State of Florida,,'" the6th i iI '1 Extracts and Medicines .
kn1jcmo ( ; : i I C on composed bronchlt1s."t -rft aMr \f., K. Havl- "t 1
: day,of October. A.. D. 1904 for Let-'1 wholly or In part of native herbs fruits land;' of Armonk, N. ,T; Jbut'when all .

\. ten Patent-'on the .proposed'Charter_ ';and berries! and ,In 'such! quantity'and" other rtmedles ft led we saved her life TImes. Union :.

5'--- QnfckM't iiiw trluxr exd 1 JI! it seivtce North Nast, and West (J via &ereto anne ed. |' quality as shall, be" deeded by. theBoard with Dr. King's New Discovery; pi ur) 1 1;'

., ATLANTIC reA ,, : ;:tn Fair ous- New York and Florida Special.m This 27th day. ol August.A. D. 1904. of of Directors.; t I r niece/who bad onsumptioa In an advanced -
solid run an..t I"nlofvCcinWelectric ni. Sleeping Dining and. Observation! Gars, ,JAMES T. SANDERS I f ,ARTICLE III. stage a'I'> used this wonderful 5150yur .

lighted UjrouKb I""'. M Sr' Augurtlne'dally except'Sunday. ak 11 I i 'W. S. GRAMLtNCf. I! .The ,mount"''of capital'stock shall be medicine and today she Is" perfectly I .!

_, A. M. arrive New| York 4J45,PM., to -owing day. |f i. a TATDM : I[.500.00.. to be divided Into 250 shares well.'' ..DesperaU throat aid lung ate- j

'.1 Florida and Test Indjaaf' L mlted, carrying DrawlTi'g-Rolm": Steepes and CHARTER. j[of.the'par.value of $10-00 each, which eases yield to Df King's New: Discov: Weekly.. Metropolis J

.. Dining Cart. leave Jackson'f1 e,at 3:00 A. M. dally arrive New York 2:301. The .nndcrsicned. persons, James T.andera .,'[l.!hall be payable at',the 10Ptlol! of the :i cry,as to, no,other medicine! on .earU 1 t :,

M..' >, M. eHowlng diy,;j i : j j. I W. S. .Cramllng 'and J. .H.,I j Board of Directors In services/cash or i Infallible for cought aaJ colds. I 5Oc .;;

b'I'IChtCa&o and Floridi4ii! < .ol!" Pullman train.of Sleeper*;Dicing!and i; atom hereby associate themselves to- : property# either:'real jor personal, at a i and .t.00' bottles' guaranteed by ill andSemr-Weeklj I

-; } Observation Cars]leaves Jact, ) nrlll <1&I11a1., '::10A.;Mv arrive Ch!<:aCOi.OO1] tether l' for the purpose of becoming"In-.., Just, valuation, td be fixed by.the Board j druggists,. Trial bottles,frte. T roes-Union. ,

: p. M. following day. carrtas St Louis_Sleeper,antvieg St. Ilouls orporated eeSe 'the laws of the Statet : of Directors of this'Company at a meet-I -:- bo' b ODe year at :;;

.' liSSP.M. Tb1,1 11 t < I Florida. ; )I ".I tog. called for this pnrpopeARTICLE ,;' i it GOULD Miss| Helen 'Miller Gouldwill ..
DM* Flyer jka1aleerers 1111t-,!S:0' P. M.. daily, carries ,.thrpughIs The following sl the proposed charer -i ,, IV. visit Colorado'an{ other Western ..

: to Chicago an.q t1jl arrivitg ,Chicago'915P. M, St Louis, / { tor the Intended corporation:' i t This : i ARTICLE L save to its the .' She la mafc .4 I"" .
1:01 A. M. following monl .C- ,' : power, operate corporate by Y.11.C.A '
quickest by d O1I..ir boiiv to Chlr r.. seven' ,bens to1 The name of the. corporation shall be!'!franchises powers and Immunities for lug a special study of SMlciatlon, work .
:The fins ,tote;\ :
RESERVATIONS='S {The Florida Medical, Company, with a term'of twenty-flve (25) years after in'the West. i- 1
S t :..,all. and one hoar to" PROYPjrLT'j, .1' _. .1!
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'to Judg; reiser, resumed .
" work today after'j a hort Taxation.Vrs _St. Louis, i ieptember I?.'-':In a written
: + onfension today Chas.; F. Kelly, speaks ((.mtlnued. from' first pace.) I
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t. i' returned from a of the house of delegates''during the <

,: _pleasant/'!.; visit p.Curryb to Ai| tJ nta,. Ga., and_li erlod|'of' lie boodle'I eembines, tells way recuaed to resign a telegram being AN APPEAL TO MOTHERSSCHOOL
BOW at-ber spleirtl1 burban home In piss .r"- >el.ttlve to- the combines and read' from him In which he said: "1
the Northern part of+ he cat}. :ays tha t om :bps >wn knowledge was nominated by primary and not by
; t'' -. Bribery has >een going; on in'the!' Mu- COmml\t\tee."\snd stating that he would

.Frank t i'h 4 as been BO tong liclpal Asse nbly-of S Louis' for the SO before t14 people for election.This '
Cobb I '
I )lIiit twentyIve! yearn' point staving been settled. It was
with Chase & pause leave tonight OPENS MONDAY/
for the L West C oaef( 'tere 'he will be Hardly bfll has beefa'passe I in that next;In order to appoint! a candidate
,} business assembly in he, last q tarter of a century to oppose. him and the eontes{ centered -
the packing J
+ enraged
until :towards Chr'Ut oranf; : a* when' be" willcome unless i ito was paid For. I They fear- between Hon..W..J''heats and J. I And.you haven't: taken advantage of!the opportunity awaiting

bat-k hereto j 1 I ik after the vegetabea i 3d not expos re or.pun [bmfnt:for they EmmetWolfe. Opposition was offeredto you in ojitfitting the l little boys cheaper. than ever before.
fbr the sim*,,ft : believed no r tie dared d > itTliey) tried i Mr.f heats and that gentleman withdrew 4 We are ,'showing more styles and different in
'f intlmidarU; Prose<' t r Folk 'and ]aida from, the .contest: leaving. .Wolfe patterns: boys'suits
1 ; : 11 I. before. ,
i u'tte the only candidate and bo received thevote thap'ever
trap for h m but f l ed rly.
.Sheri from frobock lan j re umedj b vlng yesterdayjo In', his\I ': ofj tbe-romml! 'e,w.1th'aj-lfw exception i The.materials are blue, black and tin i in Merges, made in

cuttody morning JR. H. pen:: colored.-who 1* CRdP,CONDITIONS.Wa ?. : the; Norfolk, Russian blouse andBuster: : Brown"styles..'
assauliin with Intent to 1 Thus! it Brands that Mr., Hollowaywill Prices start at $3.00.. '
s wanted In' : hlngto i, October'... -Th montb- be''a candidate by rtrtue'rf k selection I. .
kill one. James Iswee lag. at Cocoanut
I y report of i he Burea of Stailstics of :by primary, and Mr. Wolfe because -
was .. ,
Grove; and who reeled 'at,that .. <
the Departmlent of he was chosen by the Democratic I ; .
asja} f m.Justice cottAnonreSep !
place I fugitive 1 show the co:idltlon of Executive Committee tu oppose him I t Single Knee Pants, 25 cts.

tember'24 as 75.8 as compared. pith, 84.8 for.the|office of Superintendent rub ,
Stn Barco, 4o)ft several months, '' fabrics of .these suits
in Augusts and, a. ten, ear 'av rage onthe .lic, Schwlg of Florida J !hi' ..
Ijcca" his other Newcomb
lies with )
; ) same date as_ 66.8. Upon!: motion of Cot Peck the money I r I : all ;
on h'.t: i lintation In he Cotton Plant I : ; are imported ,goods and
add tfhlcb'i: !r..Holloway had subscribed: to
section, returned b< me Sunday e .
LlETE .: SAFELY.; the campaign was orlered'1 t returned are
.." will visit j with hlS;p r"rrnta1 until next ARril"t I all
him byfunainlmous vote.A _-_ I,
1 week, wen, be. f'ilt ,a company his sister I Ejoverj; En (>r 3.-{The'Red' committee of five.*was authorizedto ; jy Abs Fast Colors.to
. "- Mrs Patterson ,| t ?$lam!, and attend I I .
Sta LinerAMri. aderland1 on. wh ch prepare an address to the public and I
school there.--0, a4- Star.eports ., :
and Mlsi> Letter mother and to the {Democratic PI'e'II' of'the State
t ,.: of Lady' Cufcon. arr ed. here 8lBter-1 asking that'they substitute the'name Our sock in washable new a
S. Bobo Dean Ben editor of the f !It '
Palm Beech ja d bis" family re- A ,pedal t nderbey fraught. ole of Wolfe for that of Hollowarlon! the patterns:lis i full'to;overflowing. [II j
NeWS'j UafuctionffMIchlgaa ashore,'and, ; wer foon Jon their ticket which most of them ar publish ."'
nture etdyr : I Styles are the Russian blouse,
where way to the p tlients Mdslde. | '.
turned yesterday ing.About blouse .
)Irs. Den and !jtheje! dren have been this time .Mr.: Sheat4 Entered I Bailor and Buster '
all the yumme; and where Mr. Dean ,MOKEV' J RABIAla. > TROUBLE,ier the room, and with s great deal of feel- Browns. ,! with the white collar '
them ks ago: .It :sill ing announced that he would be a ;
ewl]* ,
joined a, arid -tie.Prices start at
be gratifying to Tgrl friends all over Aden,1]Ara Octo 3.-t' Sonsali candidate for the office of Superintendent i at
the uantyto-ttnow' :t at they'all'came Mullah ,is r'Ported to have attacked of Public Instruction, and that healready $1.50.- +
back laJperfect. heal h. and robbed' he Ogadj aa tribe,. killing had ,the n'scessary petition( to
.. six hundred men ant capturing many file A] short time after he made this

have teac, ie-t the city. of', a camel, and sheep.' _I' declaration Mr., :iSheata withdrew the t. t Long Trousers :
rather serious' -dimes ly which occurred t j. same stating as he did to that he had Boys.

'i night' at N" >w River. Learning RL'd 'Y A bror..y'ensTRqYED. to surfer almost more than 'a man '*
Satadray j
; of this had i ought to bear, and that It was natural Easy enough to put a boy i into'"Iong trousers, but to make!
that Dr city ;
: Rush I '
been called up\there o attend a wounded Camden, N J. October 3.-: Fire todaydestroyed that be should have a greatdeal of him look well in them-that's most as hard as making hors ,
1 feeling]!In the matter. He said that he drink. 'Easy enough to make him look well in '
man k representative ye of the Metropolis. tie. rug factory of Fries. J them too, i:
called on*him1' f >r particulars butJearne41UttW Ersland t Co., entailing a t loss of '400. had never'alwa.t voted. the 'm&ght'Ucket., the long' trousers aye: .cut' ,especially for boys, and proportioned

;a* to the origin of the 000, with I an o' 125.000. Three had scratched; and that be now the,way boys grow. That how the long trousers o. = .
declined to run'in the of the
difficult*. The:docU: r MId that a par firemen;'wen injure<< [ all
*" 4 -I II t I I IPArt1. our big boys' suits are cut. Spring mixtures and outings _

17 on of Saturday young men nlkhtjji w;' -re hentwo out serenading of them. .The Lanltr' real ceend on I nnue' C Previous to'the adioarnmep t of themeeung suits. Sizes 20', "30 and archest;; .. $S.So.. to $1000. Kn -

a "Mr. Cannon j and 1 1 Cooley,, became and Fourth, street'which ::was sold. J., E. Grady paid a tribute. toMr. pants, all, wool. Soc and 750., {
., SIieat8. and -declared that four
sale foreclosure
:' engage In a quarrel and Bpht Cooley public oday' fndci .
had several stabs!111 the back, one lathe was bid In tjy Geo. komfb .for 1825.00. years J euce,there was note ,man in : f .
f.acj|i and.' *jrej:i;: d..a very serious The sale 'wai made ly II. ,. ''f'tklnaOO, this' State who could defeat] him. for ;

one on [the"left arn the ute'iC\: and mastery! r f I"-, that'position. I I 1R.R11ODS.
:"' muscles?:+;being* sere ed.: The wounds, a I motion was made find carried Indorsing I

r are_iotnecessarily; ,f tat Mr., J, I.... ruag write from Newcastle the, action of Mr. Phillips' at .. I
t .' nd", bat ow ng to rheumatism Gainesville and. thantfns: bid for hU l
Esopus. i",, October I 1 Judge Parker: he has been bilged 0 gtreup business, work the case... u.,Lila ant ess, ... ;.

51-> started|pie 'morns' ? 'for New York. and he Is'going to est Baden Springs It wfS"after 5 o'clock 11 hen the' meeting MRw.... sr+.a a.r.. ) ,:'fp.. 12lh Streejl "- ":
,. He expects' .to ,retpiln: there until to' take: a: arse 0 mud baths., His ,adjourued. subject to the calll of : ; Miami, L

.... Thursday. ii nigi!I t. I'' family.has. ne to li'artllnburg, ; s. c. the chairman.Ii.fl ,. 'i! | I Ii ';,

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HAVE. and Fire Insurance* peid die w yI'f pre- ;
J. -";; '-. l ICrtlIot his let ....

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Forni bed t and Unfnroislifld Yw my 1 nery

f Ql.f \Waiiing' for! You S Year Residences or, Reason.for tbs ,I ,- jweT1lTry Y ear: oesabib.1.f : : : .,

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1:1: DORN' &t} our GROSS ICE CREAM .
,Sorfievyh i ;< eon :our .1 Rig f. right: I ..FLA.fOR GRAPE PUNCH '. .. Tbar's Pus m ::51M
shelve?'." It's just, the, ; ., ha I 'S_i E. "' New.. irIn PHARIWACY laJDcBciouieta. .

H!t for jybu !t .. right price: ,I. :', The following articles. for sale- at '". You. Iii L-'". L+.'B.di-i ane." .be. badwllfuelt ', ..

n, j iJ-i 'cry reasonable prices, being the farm PresWent
<< hen
it".J j. Implements:'i tcof:;_ the Royal .-Palm : -

fartu:._ I ';. I .:
Three 1 wagon 2-horse Si
s !owl; mUlrs. 'plow, 1 disk plow' I : ; ; carry!Ok /
It Assortmcit if<
.. disk b | smoothing harrow; 1 f. ... i
t:set double ,harness;. 1,plow .evener, .. tM K4i"
:land cultivator 1 powder) bower",2! [ -
",.-: .1 It' May-r Sand Fakes Sboes! ,'I act pow harness; DOMfSIKt5} s.j '1' I

'" -.Itl! 'r"i\ I I : -' t I8etdoubteharnes.vl; < : : Stetson 20.00 worttt ''garden"seed, $9.00 worth : ; E

Our II weS alfalfa,:1 pick.,2 grub hoes. 2 shovels' !. ,. ... iIiI
rtEw .
1 Hat trawbf-rry pl nta;: ,r. ',' .A ;
5.00 "
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Special ,$3.00 YO 1 For prices ind other information apply '" 'I ,
9i IH either case, ..'. here ready 'at. the office of.' ._ ;;
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it 1 John B. Reilly.Rev : 1

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Rcntei': There Are :' Seven More Daus :!' Wm' !Stones. for the past seven :
ibcr, only years pastorjof' Baptist'Church. in ISeybold's' Bread. .j
ii \ i falatka, has tendered hres. gnation

4 fI', To, Get a Chance To ,Go to t St.- Louis Free ji jij :i ;At Sunday a meeting night of thls'wlll the; congregation!he: acted !upon: next. I' ,

.,. "aV was// .
>nd. -as stated 'by a prominent t -
: 't r. member of the church., "will probably .. Is made under healthy conditions. I ,'-

j I .be accepted, not thawe desire 'a [ k: ',..:. ... ''AVe 'do .all mixing by the latest ma- :i
change, but,!for:the reason that .Mr. :1 chinery patented. .q. i' >'-.

,.i-' 'II "A TICKET GIVE I WITH ., Stones!Rev' :'\V'm.hasTdetermin- :, Stones Is the to oldest go." .patio' ., i'I' =l.y : >A. .

point 1Itn'lee.in Palitk'a. The re .
': of .u.l.r..C
EACH $1.00 PURCHASE rations! between pastor anu. Iw..vine,nave- I Vl\ 9f-; our ur k'bealth

r' .'ways been I'and are stilt! harmon: ii,,: .' : It. Si SiThe

----AT I. nni Faij 1. in Fal1. ,, ,for miles 1 '
'. Ha Hist 'Church .but 'Of..ailthe'other'hristian ;: ,i r aroun : I
Alpine .. < ch'urches! -ins; the .city., willerret \': "I l.., ;: ., '
Derby : 1 : ,- bis.'determinatloc to sever his
t,, : t resort pastoral relations.-! -" DELIVER: TO ANY rAR OF. THE CITY. .

Mr. .Stones has not made known his
IBRO.'S i.
; .. JOHN: $EWELU & :T' J 1:':. 'to soy o'thsr-field but it ';'gener' JOHN' SEYBOLD.

.1, ill:? believed that his' services are In J
i'lrand from another and larger COil

: i1THE :;:-re!aUon.. -Palatka >Tew... .\,frhfrilt Miami. : : : j'1 : : Florida. '

: ; ClOTJ1IERS.i Vick located: and arrested, ,
; y lerro by the name of R, Hi.: Allen in -,;

,:1 i" THE HATTERS ';lay he western morning pan,. and of lodging the county him yester--In. Jail I 2oooot, t.I FRED RUTT- ER. .' rF';1i.j

; -.i : 4 in this'elty last evening. The negro Is Wanted R d Spelli..
I 1. \.,., j .; want' *! In Miami on-the charge' 'of as P"epp'e General Contractor.

f .] 1I" 1UT.. .',.. -.. ;:,a-. : I FLORIDA.. : : ,Quit with ;attempt .to murder,! and Spot at once. J Craing: .'i
I Frohock/ofiDale f c. .
I 1 Sheriff : county, will $2w1,000II : Blae .
J.O; -t' ; 'I 11 : ,. -. ,. -: j arrfve; for J him tomoTow.:-Orlando J flUTE-TO....,. ,' ', ACHES.EY.Allapattah. : : I" Wells Drlllel.n.: Sidewalk "''
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