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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 18, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00182
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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: : V'MAR 1Nl UE[ I'ic j To Try THE the JURY Caa.e-of SECL'"RED.May Richardson byfF Ij.\ GROVER CLEYUfl l!" TALLS TOYOUNa2MENOF Jack WELL:J'1llenl.KNOWN Formerly SEAMAN of the DEAD.Unite UNNONsBARL U N N I' ;-=x ix 1 t


and J. T. O.ban. s i States NaYT.

\1 N lOWE -BAY After trying all-day yetlterda;' l''aDd :\; I THE NATION ONTHE.REt[ :

until 10:30 o'clock this mornl4 I udI Jack Mullen, a well known,sailor :; : .

.. '"". exhausting a panel of twenty-three jurors 1 "1' who hall lived: In Jacksonville moat oc : ,-H9': ,; %.

TA.w a fury of six men was selected to I the time for the put ten years. fa dead ---- ,

iy' I try the Issue of Richardeoncharge4 the State VL Ji T.with. Os- Tells Why Young Men Should Vote for Parker and for the PUt year he had consumption i; >_*:

And 'Ros. Dredge Is Inort, But ban and May and wasted away until he was only a And n Bad 'Condition Off Pftirt7 J

r adultery and the examination begun!otrwitnessee :; Davis and I the I Shadow of his former self. J ;:.,;
I for the State wu !I.. r ( : Tldet. Lauderdale. :=
WlaleDemocratic' Jack Mullets wee formerly In the : t
The fury consisted of D. C.wn. '
I United States navy, ud served on several .
J. S. CEtello. James Therber, Jarrr ;'!C
A&round'J' ."
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""Trucker. different ve selL He was seamy i ::,;..
Bryan R. G. Stockton and J. C. ; ri r -sreiflprela
Yorktown -
board the gunboat
But one witness was examined fore We often hear It II lAId that our1 because these elements are 10 on fJ;x '

Qle : = bIe4or the noon adjournment The>rj: are ernment III a government by PuO'. lent 111 partles; and pren-I when Admiral Roble1 D Evans was In SwlIDCJIIII! ALl- Stet ttetetallYfj :;
: command of that vessel at the time '
:, Mfat twelve witeeses for the the Sta and This fa absolutely true when construdtp creasing, that It 1s more than ever I "Fighting Bob bluffed the whole Chl- 5adQer sod SereralOOaer Crdit,, tinaYo
probably IUI equal number for the, de- mean that parties are the agencies necessary that the class of sober and

Towed 'L to I"L! fenle. I'i I I through which the popular will 111 iffeetlvely patriotic voters :who join political lean About navy.two months he went to Gene 10_Her_ ASSis lte:_ .v"; : : : 1I

J l jJ, made kno1rlL It III sire true parties for the pUrpose of promoting ago I ; :
Wilmington, N. C., to enter the Marine '
I WOUNDED REACHING In a general way when It signifies that their COI1I1try'e ;weal should be In- -- }
BAtt- that but did not like I' ,
Hospital at place '
,;. j ; i through the Instrumentality 'M partly i creased ud 1. every way Itrel1gthened. I : '. : ""
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Martiniq It, returned to Jacksonville He was -- Flt
;.'Iie,' Both th lteamer a and the. HarbiD, October 16, 3 IID'tr' +1t 111 certain government meuurea are inb- It II In this manner only that leUlshnetll fO A bark, nationality unknown Isioorted ,

v '!' Rees ehl.3 dredge No. 1 ar$' safe the reported here that during the ffa le of prated ud certain principles made ud tippanti heedlessness of the able to be around 011 the streets anti i ou the reef near 'Fort Laud ,-,'
last when he went to the
Thursday
., ; (-former anchored aside wet' Rock or the night of October U, i ntuntry the guides of government aet10n Thus pUblic good cats be checked within dale, \mad In a crt11ea1 COIId1t1oa'.

'f f", aDd the'1a ter Ia the bay mile t'OlDi i fighting COIItinued. At I o'cloci the considered party membership and QeemtenC8 partletI'and rashness and excess In county JlOIIpltal. H. died at the hoapita badly !la need of help:; This Inftion

:0 the !ltt.ua.uKb: hard and to : ashore morning of October 11. the riig Ire lot party organizatloni'ire. party counsels bet defeated: Saturday afternoon, and was .iaa reeelved br Mr Fred B. II "''I

....f t ;. '. .T..a 1! d 1nformati"I1"a L:4 the Mar- was joined by aDC enormous aIlery not only legitimate bat seem lobe WHY I CHOSE :THE DEMOCRATIC buried bp Funeral Director Clark rea- Tester day afternoon ;fa the ftelegraot ,,

,, r after- the bombardment rv4hng actually necessary to the operUontof PARTY terdQ'-Tlmea-Union. "
3.st "dque wr.tecsfved discharge, from'Captala J1: O'NeIll: .
of' ,r.aooa whei Purser ii Glll.'c( the ship Its climax at DOOD. Tbronghoi\ the the machinery of our government j I I suppose ';'a slight reeemblaDce between Jack Mullets "u well known here "Brt'k( ashore OD net and V Dad .; r

wfth'ama& earn. to th. .dtt 111."k a whole day there wu a bUndIQ IMorm With thlll view of parUaaDIa1p In some'': of the lacldeDta of the where he was conspicuous OD the bar dtlloal Twelve mea aboard. Sand uTslMan ,

,{.J-J1feboat 'report the ship sM set sip- of ra1J1 aDd halL, Railway. tralgs are mind It has always appeared to me that pending presidential campaign ud and river for some Urns Last winter If poeIfble.. r?

'(' ::;:;;pU& 'I, 't dyed here today bringing 1IW11..) und- a young niaa 111 engaged la serious ..... those 01 1854 ca_ me to recall the I he was employed at times at the Royal Mr. Morae'acooce: iotts.d Qiy4ttijot .

; t ;: Palm dock sod sailed in the dory races Root. the lsnncd Badger.'riG start.1 ".

a theTsdtlthe: storm I&fel7. y going larwau being made to receive many mots.:' he 111 eonnlderingibls I truly.politcal Though 1 wu lUll under voting during the hotel season winning the ed 0I1 but returned to'port again ae >;.

:'St: TIlter TL she moved up 't.I1' aIIUatJOD and making a choice lip, the surroundings of the canvass handsome silver cup offered by JIr. this mornlag whoa be left fat the.eee E.

,''the coasts-bound bat. _, ,forced:to TEN. MILES FROM KUKDtql: of the JIUV,to wb14' ...wD1 attach eo Impressed me lad 10 stimulated m1 Merrill for the greatest Dumber of winnings of the week U4 'If still agreandIn ... "

.;{.:':4 t ''aaebor Ld ronr Rock 00 t of H 4u 1a1mIe1L. lI; cannotescape the fuelingi.Interest Ia the principles aDd condition. of one boat ender the same mu- need of help be'will reader .W h' .,'
well Mnkden October 1I.-Tber f a that the final detenII1aat101 .at' these that ter. In the spring he left here aD- ...
; atjd
ii the be.coda tIeIq'dowa. pre Involved, m1 thoughts and can then retard here for the us. i ; -
will 10 lull in'the battle yesterday,' 1Mit;t>dbt. matt.erI IIr" new voter marks a sort's' bunting that be wu going to Jacksonville ,
.alIoard t$ tJae ship me ap ,Investigation led ins to a dtst'net and The tug Kloaellb is steamed Q Pad ''
'1 her dock: ai soon ss the +A 4a I.e&a be lug was continued today OD t.. of mod1W relinquishment of his fr e. ,.lasting party preference. In that amp for medial treatment Nothing will kave-at ooce apse' receipt of '

:aoUded.t'. and,.'tempcrsrf bIMod TIle army 111 southwest the\ic ten om"ot jiMgntent.'and iris guDsegaentsubfagatkin i paJp the i Republican party'-newly hu been heard from him since until formation for the net as will. othei. '

:: 'lerede1L. '' !w .work will probe 1r bedon. mlleai f i. of Infuenees which..diluteindependepit arrived fD the held of prealdentlA political the above notice of his dt'atL He was boats that C&I1 1'eDtan'GIlt at OM sea;
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,, ., It 1' now certain that the sfl7 will adloa.. The,assumption I ;, IUI expert seaman aDd coast pilot ud
I'r.. hr tie crew cLtht7 -- I .arfate-ll.ad appcsled to the fa sti11 runnlq,1a1P. 'allot only::s-
,; .f- ...en.-ship' vu'short.- t 1 and yrais be able to'uirlcat Itself. The loses of psrprielatfonahip+ wilUlpeceesarily: people' romantic! leDtlml'D.t and'Ien-. figured conspicuously In twbUlterlnl craftsbrave the lough water "

.;. '1r,;" food .Ppu p4 these Mrs McGillat.J amount to 30.000it has. been.Anger color b1S,1e: of political s> bJeeta and for the spectacular by the DOlJ1lnattor. days aboard the tugs Three Friends 1"

-:i-;: a.cared.at4Jeft'..eAi!-ii xmtorntag' baWe than LiedxTang The JtIlUIa- a give to JaJa eouiderat1on off public\ at- of John. Co Fremont for President. and DatIes& LATEST WAR NEWS OBTAINASLM.r.: .-

; 1 i ith them 6 fD- board.the..aui: tart' yJebtQA are attaekln on the rs&h! ttidn/: fain a lel.4mi.which it..wile bard -while 011 the other I hard the remo.crstic !' : !f rat '

.:Jupiter fo if the ateamet'j, ;. :' It 'rInter. entirely tai shake oiL 'lieseeOncUUo, party challenge.i tile Fflber and 'ass by the Rnaslaaa s tlli' i

,. 'i'- --lib OUT.bP' :11 1 I.t.t ore due b part to the uneagapable m1 conservative thought of be COII1tr7 by, THE WEATHER AltoQ fO.OOO't; d' .

.-'"- jJaPlter. Pith : McGillar 'W"S'HoUT5: ARE ; flndace of party comradtshio. ud perr the nomination 0' the mawrI' undrsmatic I. .. --t -- ,;.:
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,aboard rettirned to the city 4' report ; hype ,mory to the ,blln fng zeal thatgrows and experienced Burhl\lln. 01ri.t; the'eoot1og of. ; : .
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z.t .d-thit a.ty sea I was oa tal4e aDr "" I. .11. out: of party effort and contest It maybe well that my natural tendoncy S' graph h wires the :Metropolis. eanE omit f'
.
H HAS BROKEN
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.that i the' a::ht '.eoa1d n crt elO ie To these must besddec the prldcso toward conservatism\ at a time give -It.. readers. th..U'. news wp :'

51.-. '-e!I!" enourh'; "to.H' ......-)1-artlnfgne" ',make' '"a 'JELAYINTRA NS mach a part ot human nat ire that itatact' '!when OUf country eTrJ Jo w d cocl- ,, .. sund t night; ta\eQ from. ,the Mon \'
; 'tent .0 4.q"-< '
m Teekoned nebry', ;
"' J""r. ,'f,.. ,i ; witJ1. near and steadlneaitIM! msmorreastfytq "" ";, ; .. _, ..,, mQtn1> ..-.1I1. < }evT1vedi -
.. "" '.. j -ft 1"t manliness [ r-. ." :-" ,,,, < ., .
',:;f<:; :. 'MrMcGill: .reports: that, Martine jlf related to, high that,it can a reception of 'Iomo.'raU,: doctrine .- this om'IDj; 1rn--A y .
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lo.u.111 witbont eoa1 and t she must .H hardly be pondemned which, except In i and methods: but it hi cerrnin; that my r TOk1o. October 11. : rb ,
.
: } either be4wad!uq o'ui'e' ty'or have :k I the severest stress of conscience, refuses choice of party t4cu made wan 80 de- If Appearances and Local Conditions dealing with the'' RlUllllan 'eanaiU .-..;-,

'- .e: fuel.rutted to ter. It" ot known Between Here and fort Piero Both I to appear disloyal tol party en- Uberatel1 resea( clland 80 well thoUght rerelYfd here' at,midnigbttsaylYaceording '
r Correct-Wires Still Down Be.
1st fast yet whpt _hat will b8 II e. though 6iorfAl4's I, UBtmenL I II 011 t'tat; !genuine d.I1" ::1.1 h..a u'aay 11 Are to a,report from,tb eeatet'f'
\ItJI sbarge! be sacaredr. Last Night aDd IbIs THE IMPORTANCE OF STARTING su1ftcle".t toh To-day I hundred'and
l. prob4le. : wilt : I been m. al1 tween heft and JacbonvlUe. army, one ,fifty prisoners. :.
z-,,.ilf: .sad1 arrIect oar to h so there Uours'ai ': RIGHT- more attached co c 1 parr: t\1&.11 evpr. were ke1l October u. The Rusalat

:; ""Is not"'''a':\, tg' here'of;sum ent power Train Sever l It Is, therefore. 011 every account of I do not say th'tt!! I bdlp.\'e the party dead, Under lQYeaUptlon'OD that dad. .

r "" ';-to baDdle &he Martinique U1 the utmost Importance that the young organl7atlon hail }In all things and ILtI will raeh it00.. On October 14 t1J! a;w 7): ,

,,'.. "f .;:< : 'O.DREDGE HORE.t voter should Dot make a false start, I Tall times been true to Of>mo<'rlltle priutiples m"'s 4ead totaled iooo. One'hundred ;L

: TUG9 ''atten the tugWm. ; i and that ,In settling upon' his. party or that .t nap My.'r entered 111111 The storm Is now, according to general prisoners were taken:'. 'togetherwtth'.
\
.: ,+ ,oCauyey.Y; ib"the chisels Although information II nguon ac- membership he should not only avail \ foolish paths or alillarf'n: eXfleJi. IJ y belief and indications, a thing of rllleII, guns and .agooL, Under inve.ligation 1<..1'

:dredge and; which outnt, bu*etcd-; about count of the wires still bell down himself of all the freedom of thought or downright er 'dr; but It rallllr.t bP the past though official weather Indications the total RumaD',dead'left, c
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> 4 ;;::nine Jut trfd&f between Dupe 1orlda. above here It 111 evident that hl4! ram and unbiased judgment IItlll at his said that It aas ever "tteu.Pb'l IG d-- are unobtainable owing to the In front I of the renter army are..w.Ii I ;

1<' (ud'Fowe rtoek: .light.: sttlrted UJ to hall been severe all along the Cxast( al command,;bnt should also bring to his celve the peepie as to its purse or meted at .500. Tbe,enemrs-desd.a. -; _

'I : the city w th her towl:. 'went. well the train aen-lce hu been greatly' Im- aid u fntelllrent; apprehension of national has ever deUbe.,:. 'intended to be- wires being down. ready nvestlgated, the report ,totalllat' :;

tJi, .i nw ,the had'reached the turning paired b7 washouts- ,,I. conditions, and a studious examination'of tray their Interest, But little additional damage Is re- 8.550. put the e1IeD1TII losses during this I : '!'l

q j ;!takes 04 a punch bow). n4 about 2 Train No. 29, due here at 9f fii 'cluck : the principles and tend u- THE STRENGTH OF GENUINE ported from the blow and but for the I two dayS' of fierce engagements :oa'i

4s1; ile trouijtrJ; '1f;hen th It and lISt night dId not get In until 3 Iock des of the parties open to his entrace; DEMOCRACY, blowing from the pillars of a few i Oeto r'lI and 15 are not Included In: 1

,.;!i I :_the,dredge went, har..t-.J b! this mOrl n:. The delay wi1lr caused and aU Ws should be supplemented by I MIl more certain today than ever house the damage to the roofs of others this nmber. Moreover then are tome '

;} '"" ; ..nere they remained t cl.out the by a washout of the road 3 j 14 miles the guidance of a pure conscience and that the prlnclpleS of genuine Democ- and a thorough wetting IIIld damp- undiscovered dead by all of the rmfes. .

:. l night; and1 this'.morning a tu{ .u this side of Jupiter. The same train IUI untarnished patriotism. If thereupon racy which ,the party now announces 10 that the enem"'e dead left 'n th. :i'?

7" : yso high a g auzd that be U ed heavily got away on the return trip iJ Jack- he realizeS' that It was the Intent of our de- are near tq the, pe ple'a wants, and that ening of a majority of homes everywhere field III reach a total of oyer 10,000.
sgrouad this morn hg, but st'heme of government. when It "U suited to I In this city and section and the .
't, "{to portwjb; the dredge fist ; lOurine at G o'clock they are every emergency or ,.
: .. ,..'(close aatedTbe. tq JqODd1ie, went to It III not known what succes. she Is livered Into the keeping of the aUon'svoting American Ufe. They are 80 easily understood blowing down ot trees and damage to RUSSIANS RETAKE SHAKmi,'i" .'
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Individual
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","':''f'-;' \. ; : oe"lor.thr'pu: 01 rete :- havlllg In getting through. .J citizenship every by the Party's rank and IIle fruit, this portion of the Eaoot Coast : '
; and .
: useattaE4 dredge when I Is beUevlltJI' Train No. 99, due here atl t!o'clock voter should thoughtfully that the leadership that obscures them escaped lerluOl InJul'1. Mu+iden. October 16, IG: S p.: m.Sbakbe .- -. ;J'f'
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;tb4;tag djD-: *, tf.rself as .hIgh thlll morning had not arrl"ect up to patriotically regard his suffrage as demanding ar subordinates tbem to new and unfamiliar the III again In the bands of th s- 4
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rain which accompanied:
The
.., wateby iiaekblc off. Up nooa the 10 o'c ock. at which hour she.r" re- of him a service to hb coun- doctrine will always fait of I i Russians After the evacuation of the.viilagp {t-..

,-- sx it.,' 'Klondfks. tad faded Ji to: .#wve the ported eight hours late and all Jot havIng try as serious and as vital as that rendered a united and effective; following. What- gale and which wu as disagreeable as by the RussianS the Japanese: ;

.f''c1reclle 'r.J.J e I ,f'' reached Fort Pierce. f In war for its defense, his earn- ever successes other partle may have the wind, continued today and there 11.. (alt'd'in! an attempt to reoccupy It, an" 4 Ji.

yTbeKl4adike falled'to' athe This would Indicate that: (:h ere jll est investigation and the influence of gained by .Ihlfty \devices or by trimmlng a general cry for the inn to shine and I now the village III held by the Ru...-

!.ric I :4redie,'this ntornint i latter 'i UlDC -on another waabout or trouble .qt ,some elevating ,:sentiment .will make him a their sails to every passing dry things out. A recall of a few days infantry. There III every Ind\eatlO\ !l. ;
i makti another but just ;praat It dutiful and useful party man. that RUllllian right flank I.-- 't;
pit for somtlme; but 11111 sort above this point breeze, never lu all the life of Democ- when old Sol .u In the y.e abogL t

.. ?effort(OD 1l&h tide this'a arson to 11. could not be ascertained;)though It would be a happy thing for the racy hu it'' achieved a victory except last Bummer af his glory, would be wel- to resume the offensive and reoccupy '

: vi get roi the ban>t.' it Lis.UJd the railroad men here state poeltirilt that nation If our political parties were alto by a bold and outspoken adherence to hl'lghth the poeltions held by them oa Octobt\r"\ t.'i.tn
teet-ashort h.happened to the' tt ain and :;ether thus constituted and if every and'' come and acceptable.Mr. and 11. The Japanese resistance is il
i> 1, dredge ts'ally fhree nothing; Its old belief an honest sivocary McDonald, superintendent of the .
mind a
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...} ,, 'v 1='t'1\-\ that the dellly II due entirely tb washouts 'later constantly had In of Its .distinctive rlnclpIH. i Telegraph office re- growing weaker and they are'app

t: 1 ORANGE; PRICES j IN L j" 12IDA. <,I :Inly sense of personal mponBlbllltr suffrage I am attached Ito my party for the I\CrUd Western the Union wires still down at to o'dock rPllt\l\ preparing'to evacnata.Towsrdt cam'
his
information III to lthe elreet :or the proper exercise of the east and center the Japanese nee s'
Later further reason It hu an enduring .
.. rt{:" :>' thtt at that i:our be ,
-1" though
"f. Crop of this ornlDg I
know that III point
however
-- ; that there ts another wasbot4 at or We all permanency thta wtihatands: all attack more stubborn; and yrs.showing more
,: ,";]sir;,""Gonc" el''Says'tooo- IU Hardly near Stuart and there will }je s some fact, political organizations are very upon Its life from open enemlell-and ; got the flrst connection with Jacksonville I ll't.nce. Some of the fO'Ilttonl on .i"1:
\\1 i"s": ; ; sir c':! 811&day night on the rail-
who hue changed't
.Exceed run Dini of those
composed ; flthtfng
r largely the line have
'.. t delt' In getting, trains to regularly I also has within I.. membership an ele already
s : rir and sent to headquarters lu
without road :
,:;!\'f' Into their membership
: :drifted ten times tIt
again. ment of conllery-atlve steadfastness bard\ :
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\ conditions
or the
of that city a report Jo.
t '. 'KewYoi% Octoba ISh: : .WGoueh- the least Independent consideration which restores It to strength and cour- I. impossible to ray how long t e; ,-

;. <'er;of the:b:M; "'nut, "got bOUJej your persona were nuttyted IUI.!. arty principles u related to the gen.'ral age even though; It may violate the hero He also reported the breaking of the eonte5t will Continue before one "
destroyed country and the
j *'lI.I .1rorn" pulI-ad, ,estoaded p 'through fifteen rco lw by smo ctkl'4u! t welfare of the laws of Democratic health. No better cable and isawaLn or tht other Is worn out. ; '
Hr a nee-awry t-nement; house isNear"York .eo le's Deedll. Many of these have no Key \Vest'and Havua: All thIs Is
dispatch
morning. being ;
$: be furnish-
F'lorida' or"-Tnesda proof ofth could possibly :
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-: 4 1:1s.rdCtloCII relative to Its re-
orange 'City last :)''',du1SJtitt": Setter reason for belonging to one ; of ",. -
tai the sound Increasing
; :Goocher'74u teenbgsy; tact I eft than Is afforded by the present slti ; rho cable Is broken on the outside flnIShedbl" :
::1 ,deal and txu'closed i 'up somevergood, sestfai arty tnsfead! of another than the i i nation of the part From a condition the center Indicates that :: :
but
or the Rock light J'tst
Sundara belonged there bears 0: Fo..ey .
In address at hat fathers ; !
the their unusual III happening The
'contracts It.-, his hOWle .R gnrding, i of ..eakneils and demoralizat'on It hall :
foltroitressiv to tell It will
It is :r'tpoesibl. '
Yt '".outlook fC6 the Florida" orange crop bet tnteiutlonal Congress them: many are led into party I Ielatlonsblp recovered Its 01 time aggressiveness where dent lit leaving for the front to &Bee ace!;
I and Liberal Tb011Cbt Job U4mpber 1y the influence of social be nee(!"' my to seed out a steamer o- -- "''
i and sturdiness t rough the l't'Cuperai i lain the, er.ae. : iJ
saldI- 'Jt KaDIIU. declared that tb. dosln' ntlmadea or b1 mere whim aDd torice. i some othp amiable craft to pick up ]t __ ;
& think the otsn Drop win Un mlnJltratlor, of its coll ntl81lL t"'
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b DO0o00boze.' It '>t the St. Louis Fair 011 8UIda was a an4 sometimes by the frivolous the cable and follow It to the point But for thq fact that she .with t
r :ecoed' 2, this yesri It presents acal toithe voters of the .
that number. wtrage against civllizntiott4 be ace' md childish expectation of belonging ; I of bl'pat.Ie. Quite a difficult and hazardous "Cal and water ad the Impo-slbl1lty f
ray ;wee bit over I flUId clear Democratic
rna a dCclanton of
y' hawa i tress was delivered at : .1 Lnweek" -0 the winning side: aDd many others. i Utlk. getting: her lighter to this side for't et
trait, -
; ,bat L b think as 4Tb : ; faith ud a candidate .he embodies >
attenedan at 8L'a Lou! and dangerous than all Mr. McDonald expects that the wires the Roes dredge at work the
meaner more same 00 W:
3s per t, f.ner inrgaaldt7 devotion ,
; err.; least' Democratic and IIdellty. It
_ thin last te..oe. r red the oat i ?air,amoaDtOO to $ iuion.It. he rest acquire party memberShip ', I between here and Jacksonville will be other:slde of the bay would! be at wor : !r
to aensaUou&1lsm red a showy
11. sweat Intention setarvg opposes working agalll by night u It 111 evident This
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"' very season ,:exposltior bat ta.dC ; nth thd' deliberate dredge was protected from t., ,:;0
fpr exhlbition overreaching ,
Took is a of executive
to be i 'Jf the P bl hla .ualatecl euU obe unearned individual rewards udaaineai t that construction gangs are nut fury of the storm by' the Band 'hIl s, ';
"" tor, tbi gtrowers. TheT at seem of -I'.nrflil)). : activity all insistence upon tile ob- i re-erecting\ poles ud MrbrtDI the !!1
1 fesing good'. As toprices; iron Qcnmment Iou Mdvutages and blgh woods and,did not stop wok r.;::

u 3what i potty. .odd = bear,ihe ers are --fr ,To the extent that such elements are Con-stitution ., damred wires tntllsh., halt run short=of coal% '+ '

k$ s, "Lusty trait fort's ,Tb.'boss..a 'TboaIU' 'il.+ T. a3enssLer rand within the lines Or any partY. Italia i I I, A' I o'clock this afternoon the wires wrte> It 111 probable the lighter w111 :s" t
; bolding near- all lad. bas been:ct >!'ts.mA to express the desires aDd uplra-.the.divistons. of ernmf'Dtal authorit were still down between here and Jackaonvllle be gotten over this afternoon aDd thet"' :
and the
lice[ 1a the orchard tai bi.;beat t? al.t "completeljr'wrroete4. ( 1lt ciwt '' oas of.patrlotlc'; cluzeuhlp aDd bemea ; ordained by the, fathers of the reContlaaed -I[" with DO dennlte knowledge the .eCeUarr fuel: will be gotten, '

'busfaeas-lo one tdisereaisift' i-tJJ indicted fM com t la tha'Tecking > a; menc"'io"'the"ai 4 rlTln'r1Delple [ I IL of when they will again be fa working her i time to resume operntfoni"in a.*,
too of b:statto3Z
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THE. BOND ISSUE. THE EXTENT OF THE_UNIVERSE.1 The Metropolitort, one, has sup : --

:k.7: DAH.Y "If j l I ( ftl It.\: ors-f T-. rs ported Mr.':BoUOfttP rom the start, I 1Iifli'! 1Pns.iris, 4JsSMN.jKkMS.Jr. : :.r
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W.iIAI14ETROP.OLIS. ,But a'.few days.remain before jj thk To determine a single position of say sad ,shall continue to ;do so. Irrespective Dade G !9@sJ! otGO #

l people will oe called upon"to vottfla one star involves a good deal of computation of any and all efforts of some (the ::

-- -- --- the city election for public official*.Ando : and If we reflect that. In: State Executive"Committee Included) ..

aI: : ..._..............!!e! ....yft T" ...-.-.'-.. record themselves in the matter fa order to attack the problem In j question until he has been elected to the office WOOR roseA.ess r

L *.TAU > UIIri. bonding the city for public Improve: In a satisfactory war we.should be deserve by Democratic party rule ,
L '. KIKCMIMJt of million of these and principle. .
j | have observations a ;;
," .. meats.v, [ SEWELL 'DI G. MIAMI,FLA.
vtn-tesa
R. lsMiOr.ssk.i( I I The Metropolis believes that blind bodies made at Intervals of at least --DIf I

.- <** K. i -1* -l -v N : fraction of the Democracy Is defeated In November
hrf **1>* S S V w ofclhe a considerable a century ,,
.;;... U fMtoflo* at KUmUFlortd*, should be TOted for in every one Furnishes accurate!and complete Abstract -
.... a.ll1a' _. I improvements specified In the c IP-tor we see what an enormous task the astronomers It will not be disgraced. It or Searches of Title ,

:: .?...sst astaers t.Iiswspapa p 1k4 S.I: the election. It also believes tha the dealing with this problem will know It has been beaten with a land in County. We own complete.to any c

the. ....1&a4.W the Vatted lwei title 1 people realize the need of a cityaialjwilding have before them and how Imperfect leader of whom any ,party should be Abstract Book of; all the land Records .

-c...( SMtker rsilvc >*nstasl.TsMf ; that they are one and a6 In must be any determination of the distance proud.! Judge Parker 1* a high type S. L Mterw, of Dade'Countj : : ; : : : : : : "
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One D7 M ............. ..IUO favor of improved itreeU and compte-i' of the stars based on our motion of man. He ia more like Cleveland Sec a.d Tea.. i'' : ,

lis JIaDI...*. ..- ................ !>> tend that the fire department &' In through space. So far as an estimate than any man the party has put for- :
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!. ftrM' Months................. 'I need of other equlppace to make itferokjtent can be made It seems to agree fairly ward since the war. "

... ... .. '. I and able to with .11" In I(well with the results obtained by the -.. "
Vii Week. ,; bf Carrieriatea. .. : : .111Iliu4i ft<< cope
,. 1 all of its furies. tt other methoas. Speaking roughly, we A sliver dollar of the coinage of 1804
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PrIJUI& ,CompoJ. I' The Metropolis further believes:tlrat j I have reason from the data so far available sold at auction In New York a few days F w. HAIJIN

A4.erUstag. made known. on all citizens have an Interest In i our I to believe that the stars of the ago for .1,3
yiplicatlos.J growing and thriving city; that they i I milky way ore situated at a distance\ these dollars known to coin col-

TELEPHONE.: ttSR.ancBMETEorous ban given the bonding project cartful between H .000,000 and 200.000.000 lectors. Some other dollars sold at the Architect and builder i

BUILDING. consideration: have weighed the matter times the distance from the sun. At same time were I83 1838, 1839, 1851

+.. ".> 'CD sat;tt4 Twelfth Street dispassionately, and''mill vote),bn distances leas than this it seems likely 1852 and 1858 at from $as to $150. .An I now have in my employ ones of the best
'If : that the stars are distributed through 1804 dime sold for'$ and half dime
,..._. ; election day for these improvement a draftsman in the South and!; am better
Boas.lT& I that will further develop and prod4eeIts space with some approach to uni of 1792 for an equal amount A copper prepared than ever for furnishing plans

stability as one of the leading djfes. formity. We may state as a general cent of 1856 sold for$15 and four half and details ior good building, fine cabi- ;

of the State. 1 conclusion indicated by several centr were, taken..at .$42 each.While net work. etc I am now headquarters ,
methods of making the estimate, that for turned work scroll
and
JOBT l DEMOCRATIC TICKET There should be no dissenslonior -o-- sawing all

,,'t'" ... ";0. If' I opposition in this matter. It 1s anb- nearly all the stars which we can see not approving entirely of the work usually done in a FIRST CLASS; f

.' ;. {1 ject of interest, present and future $pd : with our telescopes arc contained within tactics pursued by Mr. Holloway. it is planing mill. Q t

gray V. ALTON-B. PARKER. because one cannot see where he or his a sphere not likely to be much more gratifying to see that the majority of Send me *order. for doors and win '
I lour
benefit ,than 200,000,000 Umec the distance of Florida editors are Democratic enough .
5fi .., t l** Vtoe-PreaMent II are to derive personal : 'the sun.The dow frames ballusters : x; .
to the brackets etc.
8>lNRY.: a. DAVI8.t chould not be so selfish as to 4te support nominee of the primaryfor Z'and
benefit of ha Inquiring reader may here ask the position of State Superintendentof be convinced j .. .
Far United Staise.Senator against measures for the : MIAMI,' FLA : j:>'
J another question. Granting that all Public Instruction .
JAMES J1.' TALIAFERRO.X city and community at large. Mil and that they .

t. .., ',........ ."Comas; ..,.I' we hope and believe has few such jiedple the stars we can'.ee contained within will not either carry the name of the : : ::1. .'
there not be : '
as will be proven by the large T ate this limit, may any num- candidate of the Executive Committeeat ',
J1UmC.tr..iR1C... 1.. ber of start without the limit whichare I :
"' .... their masthead, or In
bonds election day. it any manner
for on ,
polled ,
!...... fae.Oonnar. I
1" Invisible only became they are too countenance his r
.KAPOLEON. ; BROWARD. o i far tO be seen?-Harper's hags candidacy. The rebuke :
away of the
;3'tv, .. For,JSMretary'of State'ELLIS. <* :MUKDEN. <'t<{ zine. committee for Its lawlessact J. A. Bobbins & hl

.. 'JI.d'.AY C8lWT0RA. ____ will be further countenanced at. the -

lJ'w '> I Mukden Is r series of three con D- election, when ,the"'people: will return u-. (f L- *mss -- ;,
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.gm. & ".:::. if Attoesq._ G.a.eal'r if According to the New York,;American Mr. Holloway elected :aarne: .i
"d di by an overwhelming
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>": !# trie squares the outer with a p .1. '
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J'-"! the government last year got $184- majority.NOTICE
I Incloses the suburbs, and Is I. ... > ., .
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."",a4e sii 't Tot" ODBptroOar; clay 893,473 out Of whiskey beer and other 11- ....,epo-=-----., ..(:. 0<, ,
; second Istsong's
.. "Ii'. ".".' "" c. CaDOIrt.: :' I miles each city way.and Is The'the original't domestic liquors. This Is exclusive" OF CITY., ELECTION.By Quality is remembered 1 l after
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( Tat :Twaaurar the Import jauties on foreign j liquors. ng price j" 'J
J! of/stone
:, ; ,, t! chu capitaL Its wails .
". ., That Is $:.so a bead for nemu., -- *
I" \\oIW'V..1! : brick, crenelated and buttressed |ik* 1I'oma"'and'chlld' virtue of the authority Tested In forgottetnt y' FS
'...iapetitiis .t UI In the United States. (
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t J'' ofr I the walls of iMdn. are a mile each wir. undersigned. by the laws of the : .
.J 'fi.\t I But this sum, large M It Is. Is a merebagatelle f .. ).\,
-t.J. The third and Innermost sq sere U 4be I 1 State of Florida and the ordinances of rA
to the health Quality Makes .the' Bargain .
; K..SOLLOWATr. ntrejiLig money, and the City of Miami .' }
The notice la
old Manchn palace. hereby given :
-, "-: I'ar'caer 01 Atrlat4no I comfort lost through the reckless consumption .t.. ..' :f\.t. .
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'' Russian and the advancing: Japanese, to the qualified Electors of said city 't: )t
'KcUK. 4.1j > : of In the United 417.5 Te.1ft2, ; '. '-1 f: J'ZT J'
." ?-j liquors Btn..t I. r 3 SSami: ".
'! I' after crossing the Hun rlTer.'roiaajfwa; thai the annual general city election -
\' ybr Railroad Oommtsel States. -U: r: ..,.
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seroi will be '' 'T't'.J '
miles south of the suburb, bel41a'OIedtT; council chamber "
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: t1. ;';": & JOHH L. MOROAR,! o ,
.'. ". prised of their nearness to Mukdefr-by; If the reflect.the on the upper floor of the JaIl bund ,. .: :.
newspapers sentiments "
t,. ,.... .. jStatalCkamlat1il'ftROSE. 1I'hleb'ItaD bf' tag.. ""the ; ..
at } on south std of Fourteenth :
.. > .-,.; a lofty pagoda of the people In their; sections ,; EYERSL' ; -
| entersthe street,"west ot Aveane D, Ia the SEQ.( H. M : ( -;:
4 :;: .:;:.;.;. ,.; 1 point ,where the road <41t- of the State, there is little doubt that Qty .
% ,' .'-' .. .. skirts of the town. U ttey iaJ fd nd elected of Miami en the : ... ..... h _t. '. '1.0 f.,.
Mr. Holloway will be '
despitethe ,_ :l'
.onnrrr: 'n1. lUli1'. l' : ,
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., rri ;r... <: -;. -1 the roads from Lao Tang appearance of the Wolfe la Sheet'sclothing. FOURTH 'MONDAT Of OCTOBER
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)I. beeTJE"'p. A.'ft:: 1904. ,
;.to Inge those within the city about f Contracting Electrician
There'are" ten
nr Itate ...... papers
;:} ''; .. much better though the Ru the same being oa the 14th day of said "
5" "" !.A UINlf.: for Holloway where there are two r "y\ fi'd ty v *- "*
r.." -1f., '' 'R"11I- Itft tag their years of occupation;did a&isthlag against him.I -Lakeland" Sun. month; that the'polls win be open Launch Sup 1Iea, .' '\.

_1 lr++ GXABAM, IrVpr ,. to abate the streams of Ukli'"- o from eight o'clock a....,standard time, Batteries, Spark Coila..Etc. ,.
Ing liquid and dotted with; ill fun.of BRYAN'S 1 maUl sundowm on said day. 1C & "

.fi"'1", af 't ', Conty.Yadf. refuse, which formerly,did dntfc: as UOMMONER- COMMENTS. lanes 1C 'Wj Froecher.. B., OL MeOrlff 1113 Arnue C Miami.-Florid] 'Write"for prices';;
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I have been
and Mukden.But appointed
streets:;In. Luo Tang fide Inspectors and
1r; } i' iW '':f II iltt.c the-dtr.th": hurrying George says Indiana win.give a R. M.'Smith 'aa to conduct i
... before;entertng Republican'' dark said 1:

'1'r--. 1",i",,_"'" :. ". 'an.T.t.. -c,._.. -0112:: 1eIDr..oJ".: \.".....,., troops were' .greeted by a chiming how soon ''these majority great of humorists 40.000. Sad run election. :< lh i :il,1' V II' ) t i t/t'y iTf f. ?.a : '

''''''; [ sight- tha Manchu Park beforitthesouthern The officer to be voted for arc fees : ,
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out ConcrAveDDeB ui llth'Street '
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.-aL-.aA-- r+a
pines follows
*,Zas' cf_ gate with Its splendid : 'I '
z1 -.TazJAt.L J ..r: its flowing.shrubs, Its Cbine sp4o- The trusts A Mayor, to serve one year. THIE 'v ; ; :: .V- -J._ .I'! t'

J{ i ,-o.: F dM' and Manchu memorial temples, trouble In selling are going the public to experience another Three Aldermen members of the G. A. MULLCR.1. i"p. rla,. :.r.' : <

;. 1. .I"DI. CDaatr.. an gorgeously decorated with'many ''life City Council, each:to serve two years.A :J.,

Jj \" I1brfllulStendent JL colored glazed UI... This 'park Srith job old Iron.lot of preservers stuffed with City Clerk and Assessor to serve ,I ,.,''.\- : ', I'...' ;1.{...

:t. l of Schooto those at the tombs of Narbaeh1l''lad .. one year. '
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'-.' 1 JL. ',JLI.I.L; .. .1 I Tal-tsong. give Mukden a singular Senator Spooner's-, der al1l'Ould'hlt'fe A Marshal and l Tax Collector to serve SAN C0": "S'* 4'';>;

.. i'I.J'al'CJerk., -. .} Ctrealt Courts charm, making It quite unlike the!;ordinary been much stronger If It had not!( been for one year.A ...., I ,. .... .. .. .''
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'1jIIi C.PEARBORK.JWHNrROHOCKi. city of the Chinese euilre. quite so strong an appeal for sym City Tre u-.r to serve for one :

-p 'ForSh1ff!' Mukden has many beautiful buildings\ pathy. year. I > '... .. .
p:.. ;: : ; of most varied styles. Chief among Raid election win be conducted as far romwr Opei alfteywr It2.50 'dayaivJi w
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.''. County. '>CommissionersJOHN them 1s the imperial palace In it*: sacred The gentlemen who complain that an practicable In the same manner as The -e BprcUl fcSAM"Jt pfr wwk to Co.KOOMS_Pclal"run '_

,.!t. J.a:JOHNS,;"" Inclosnre at the. Is provided by laws for conducting general wra
presidential campaigns nnsettle business fib if.f68. Missal>-u,
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.;0_ A ; I!. 8:I7ffiGB.'a'f town, corresponding the Forbidden are Ending difficulty In securing State and County elections.In I het ,p >

-i>ti"r-",. -J c '/A !WINFIm4c !: Sty of Pekin. The palace Is covered the proof this year.It >' witness'whereof. I have hereunto .-.-.- . e :t. i

cap -< sJCWEI..I$ with glazed tiles colored yellow;i, the -- affixed: ray name !and caused the City I R, ,.

") :t G.. 'TWSEDELT.. : Imperial hue everywhere In China. will strike a good many people Clerk to attach the Seal of the City of -- '- x hr
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--t) For School Boa ': Harpers Weekly. ; that Senator Spooner Is offering to Miami hereto, this 20th day of September. .<

'","., ".).f"'wor.. ...... SIMS.V; 1 j 1. prove his innocence by )ned who dare A. D. M04. r :
i!. f 1'W ITS APOLOGY. I' JOHN SEWELL I 7 ,
j; VPARRISU. not admit the facts. j kinds of Stuffare '; '
-f. >i':z< 'Ji.: W.?K.tBtnmINJ- Attest: Mayor. Many ..
...._ '' J."o.ii't; ,. --" ; :; bold R'ELLUM.Qty I' '
ominous .
at- That MR
','J'1>-:' ::' I .. .. O The Miami Record made a rustling .from somewhere called !j''
','t Experience seems:to demonstrate the tempt yesterday afternoon to bluff the In +Ohio Is an Indication that Clerk.
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Cony of the abolition of tli :army can.tji3 public Into he belief. that It receives a General Groevenor Is getting his pre- Stable Manures] '-
: daily telegraph service by dating all diction machine oiled np. NOTICE.
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',.(.'.. Its telegrams "October 15,10 and aiologulag -I, Dade Farmers
..' -. 'J-i.- their-u.1r following Chairman Cortelyou Is of the decided County >,
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;Democrats put In Parker. by sayingThe report Notice is hereby rim that after'the ; ? r

F but the;; trash:put;their'mon,;'| y on of the Russo-Japanese war Is taken opinion that Andrew Carnegie Is offer- adoption by a,three-fonrths, rote of its and Truckers >
: from the Savannah News ot yesterday Ing some strong arguments In favor of .
tBooamttl Va 3f' |
..'TJ the Republican ticket stockholders after statutory notice. '

=p .'-* \j....--I._ :; /, "- o', I "and Is the latest news. received' I. and four weeks' publication, the Miami Sure Need the BestComposted
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ie. .Senator-spooner,la seeking to make here The Wisconsin and New situations ,
York
This fact is correct but the Record Mortgage and Guarantee Company, of I : '
''4'(, ikO ib1l0 beUevi that Unepln Steffens
call ,for a lot of F oft speaking ou 1
failed to apprise Its readers that It was Miami will apply to the Governor of .
nslylthrnstalotot ,
r um pttt1 ] scrap President bat
-.. : the part of the big stickIng (
: .Rotted .
.' the same kind of "fresh" new* i tl has amend ,and. Well .. :
Iron..Into ifhIS .senatorial life'F. Is noticeable by Its'absence. Florida to articles 1. S, and.7 ..
,.JIftC"er ..b ;,,. ,f' i been ct1'lncIem for the last several: its It can only be had in one Address Box Miami j {
.. .,. of charter to read as follows: way. 135, :
--.:.. 1: i months with the date raised to corres The batiks report ;slow 'demand for r
Article li The same of this m. c:;.
:{Rcbert I;:Wynni, tht:nejw'postmastergenersX .pond'with the date pf Issue. h was money. Men never rush hurriedly to a corporation 1 .S'

.::? 4 ". u,an old."awwspaper nuwl: a'desperate.chance' but'It had;!{to, betaken bank to borrow money They} hesitate shall I be the I Jacksonrllle Mortgage I 'J a.

He weato'iWashlngton LS r.: corre- because It was a 'well known and apprOach with diinden e. and Guaranty Company, with CALL ON HUGHES. & CO..,
ti HIs Sa nly tempo- fact that the. wires had been']! down I JacksonTllle. its .
pondentK position > I Flat as place of .;
,Y,, r.'as he will only \ until after since Sunday night and It would, never The LaFoIlette decision and the I ness. i: : baal'I'I Who handle] the Miami trade ;
bold( -
she the date and make it
lave done to
Steffens close
the tectii.When expose came so together
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; {. .... ." that Article X The amount of its capital .
"October 17" as Is customary'.wlth Senator excusable "
[ that Spooner is for I 'I ;
. ': l' .. ; Ihe;little Crows, Prince of sheet believing:, that some one has it In for shall be $50,000.00: Drifted into sharesof ..- ''.

: Italy";Is pressed.In his fill name It Then. top. the public Is beginning to him. '! I; $100. Each to b* paid for In cub, .

1i 5. ap.m1 berto Nice a Tommaso realize that It has been buncoed for provided howeTer.'that shares of stock America's Most -Perfect Whee
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i Giovanni M& 1L. Only fayal scions some time -reading-in that,/paper The New t ork Tribune is now earnestly may be engaged, by its members for ,

. W and southern. picannles .can. afford:such war news and other outside matter that striving to convince the Supreme .

4, .Urge'ani expensive..namIs. appeared In other papers, th-i,.andn- Court that it knows much less than purchase ana future issue and delivery, The H.acyqle.

aatl Enquirer mainly, of,'eTer l.da1" President Roosevelt about common by regular deposits thereon. ,, "...

. .. rThe'.'" iened{a*'*,;:being 4 j pretty 1 thor- before. If readers will follow thi columns I law. Article 1, The extent: : of liability shall Differs from the j Pushes ft-
t OratoryIs bicycle. one-fourth
? oaP17 s In;Tennesi ee. of the Enquirer an<*. then those i ; not exceed the amount of capital paid -

-. '. flowtnl-fromfone-eBd. of,the.State of the Record they will find similarity.I : Mr. Rockefeller ha about arrive: at 1 in. or money received or collected by easier, and is propelled the same way. I

1 ,to;tM"er.;; ,' and;thi:. orten arewarning if not entire reprint of late war. rand .s I the stage where he can prove that he the company.

; i;.hi faithful'amnera ;calling'I1D- other events..* |: terns his noney by pointing' to the i Witness my hand and seal this 15th The less the friction the> easier the push. I : :: :

.to repentanceljwho, from.1 r i err stumpA. J', articles written by Mr. Lawson and : day of September, 1904! The Racyde, has less friction Jon its Crank Bearings: .

"" ., tOee Mr. Sheats out ot a Job is pw Mr. Miss TarbelL Sell) FRED F. BRIGGS.
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'Lo. .. : ree itly resigned
.: than other bi '
..... the tPra.r; ihi' Bolt I Island sys- Sheata with a Job; therefore It 4s to be President Miami Mortgage and Guarantee any ycle. :,

,'' 'F'-ttnJ.a" i1aei? (..which'paM I.salary fof of hoped In*Democratic he'will never poMtics'and.iwll again be |heard re- what Governor the United Wright: States talks have long done about for Company.Portland.Maine. Sept IS. 1904. : =>>J.w.I.: .Tn bno.! w

nsed bee division : .
ton
$100.000 ter maln'satisned the rest of hls natural the Filipino. But the United States .Before ine personally appeared Fred'I IE -r'1 y
englaeetoa the inia railroad.. '
yx: ;;: : O} Pennsyly life. have been .guilty of many sins of omission Pi Briggs to me well known as the I t
.it :1e' the bottom have an up-to-date plumbing ,
ifro establishment in
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"""y. ,. I alga President of the Miami! Mortgage and
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;, :Thi'RipnbUcmi mansgers' -' sirs trying' i c Emmet.*"olfe may be a Democrat; Guarantee Company who acknowledges connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and am; "

\ -,ins but If be is. he will have to otte off Republican leaders are explaining by that he signed the above! notice and re ..
.Llof\
,Rae.evelt .
Y. :tai.alta>, VI. prepared to do the best work. Call'and met
firms"tchlng ihat:yrcrttary"Bay =rill nUtaJ.t I the perch.. an"Executive Cgtamirteec&ndldate saying that'Mr.-Roosevelt wrote,those i tara'for'the said company for the uses : see ,

: btntt'U'Roosevelt'Is elected. and support the m

_$,1 Vosderbo'ln the (# ,Roo..vdt ''ut .'that'eon 1 I illegally and' :.unwarrantedly... (;'opposes- tamed an Idea of running for the presllency. : (Seal) ALBERT, M AtTSTIN. M. J. .Me 'ONALilj' t:r

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T4eproPe s7onsr has never yet bees able to t. IL by retiring what should -be bygone, >: SPEC frLnmrBarrios; *- '

.r he IsJmUtaken. Right or wrong the i< '' ... ,,'.' ,.,
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Yellow fever small-pox and sin are ate ha* beta cast and,cast for all.lima ;t<.",,"I). .- t', .

dreadful diseases. and thoug& the latter We mar even up matters with Mr.

is the most dangerous of ally| some people Roosevelt, but we shall never reUnqulih Johs0ll's IdIDfion I1 S

Mf never think of running rrom It the canal o : !

del until It has done Its work for bothsoul g : ,
and body. EDITORIAL COMMENTS.The f
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AT'tORNEYS AT LAW.MlawUFla. 1 M -'

wtupt..a..ta an sIa.snd ..Meal'Id.da1h Dont forget that a littler reading of Mobile Register (Dem.) says: '
saes psdtetlaa "The Republicans are sensitive of I i+ :
trot titles.I lUHN/er. II I choice, and literature a little pleasant a lltte! conversation.& thinking attacks on President Roosevelt very becausehe A FE'V weeks ago we advertised this! property, and the result l f tthai many'pi uy'

raBoxm. I every day ..ll! store the mlud with Is the President,'but they see no customers grasped the opportunity of securing such bargains. "WehavedecHed s

T' BuO& M. D knowledge; ana maltrr.1 an agreeable Incongruity in the next Postmaster- to place Seventeen more of these lots on the market, fl1d'heJow'.wi11befo: d. '

\ P. s' owes was B.1 d OiMt. nanuMT.Bectdeaee companion. General Labor and taking ex-Secretary round the of hat Commerceand for'the a, list of a few particularly. fine ones in this addition. j t I' 9'I."*.I.:.=If' k:

F Mtf ttre Don't worry; do your very best and campaign." ; A ; i Vi

t. corarAT C laugh away the clouds adversity, .
'k1,.'". I FLOBIDA.fc and happiness is surely :youri. The Birmingham News (Dem.) says: 5**f _

f .. ''I _.- ." "It is queer that Mr. Hay announcedthat 4 5'n..; tv:1 T., -.;.a SpecialSeventeet t :
n. he would remain at the head of Y .r
JI. M.lACDq The Scripture says that all men are I
i liars. It does not say all women are the State Department for four :years 1:
omct: : if Mr. Roosevelt Is re-elected. The
liars-and a man never told a greater
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!. BIBCAYXK LOCK, Ava. D. '
HOTS lie than In a treacherous and reductive weak attempt to give confidence where

: IfavT.: I FLORIDA.DRS smile upon a confiding :youn) woman. confidence is lacking will fall The ,.S l .", 'l.

people do not want : a President who ;,.
I W. B. RUSH. Don't turn away a little cild whenit needs to be neld down by a' conserva- '

comes to you in grief and] then ex- tive Secretary of State. SS.lt avKo ,

I. = Omer t2S-mh stret 'Phone M. '3.1 --.' ,
-. pect him to love you and Confide .in a :.
Besldeuce.SOSSthSt. you when he reaches the difficulties of The Galveston News (Dem.) says: ta-3 *' rt'E'
g.\\ FLA. 1 "The Japanese Minister to England has
I MIAMI. mature life. .. s d'. |
announced that *a soon as Japan ceases -'". ..:. f;, ........
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r ''W.::1L\Cms, There Is'a certain IndlvidujjU In this to cry It will cry for free ...

xJJ.3w CZ'.: city who is good to keep his promises, trade and fair Pa7'1 The little country I ::2: ..rsrfilwipf tt: II!

..., .' rUns-8pclncatlons I Detalls'Xade as no one ever see or bean of them. seems to belong to the Democratic I I 1 ;

y .Bulldlnft. of Ail Binds, Flat after he makes them ''i j party. It is feared., however, that If I '

I Residences a Jpeclaltj. t It Insists on such an unreasonable < -.. _

.,. Omc,1315AYEjn &.:D. When we hear of a man saying that thing as free trade and fair play it will jii : "llW'si. : ;
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?, -_.-PE there Is not virtuous womb living not continue to be -OD fair relations ;: .
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we either think'that he has seen associated with this "stand pat',country of ours." :r s 10. 8 !
:=: 5 :J;:). Rogoz a, .. .. r-yyj'
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t\ with a very low class pf women I II' :

? ;"Q.. aCtatril ausri C izaaltiafl'K or hasnt sense enough to tell. a good The New York World (Dem.) says: RIGHTJ ACROSS THE STREET FROM THIS BUSINESS BLOCK WEI' : ': : 'g t'"* ; ':..'Ji' >y r
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"Humor Is this campaign .
woman from a bad one. ,! % BO rare Qo ClIo fi' r.c F \.-

LL.,, that Mr. Bryan's answer to Senator 'CAN OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE PLAT 100x150 (2 LOTS).! :. I''.: :. I ;"w :::> +!; ,: 3

"" : .:;; ., I" :'.. GI 1 KIah PILOT OF 8LOCUM REINSTATED.M I Bereridge'B eoasumpUon-of-eoffea argument THESE GO TOGETHER. BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS WE HAVE: THE FOLitot. \ : ': : .. c 0.: Sf It C. \.; :.: .
r Is entitled to high rank. The .
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.' J"T-J&8.. frU.s.n.,...., .. .gtM New York October 1L-Edward Tan Booster Senator had Instanced the increased ,LOWING; : /:. : :.; d" ; ':
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..-.: 1'1 4 .Wlrt. whose license ,wa*| revoked by. consumption of coffee as an 1\ : :. I .. ':-' .

-: "the steamboat. Inspector'. .Weans* he evidence of national prosperity. .In reply 1 48x140. 1SO.OO-I10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. : I I7 :. ,4 r f:' 2: ,,1"/ :r
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?% f. WAITER'* ..C.'DfOARMO. ..,.. was ftfflrlt m OK the steataer General Mr. Bryan said that four yean I lots, 60x140. ,".00 each. $10.00 down, and $4.00 monthly. I :: : ._ i. '.-. '::.. K

i., _......'*-1'A.J.I.;' *: --" ; ecru when It Wu borned", baa been ago the Republican argument was the. <4< lots, .UO. $70.00 each. $1O.00tdown, and $4.00 monthly. f. i is- .. :_= i : ,\ ..:.' :.
,i"I. '... ..a ......A+ fun coffee four hence It j lots, 60x140: $75.00 each. $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. :: : : '
. ;0; ;....-- 0 ,...... ... reinstated. The supervising Inspector pot. years I I r L if !
.\ will be the toll water pitcher. 4 Iota 60x140, $80.00 each. $10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. % ; .
t'l..t!' 1. -_ ". :\ .:r":. :of the district roles,.th4 theaMut.regarding' : probably \ : : : I"i" <
},i.;. ::'"x.a&w.I>.",M*"" :r r3- ; fir drill*,'for thi disregard for this contribution to the gayety of 1 tot, 60x140.: $85.00. 10.00 down, and. $4.00 monthly. :. :., i : : ::'"
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J P 'RoSm 4,. letrof. ., t>Ua_ buildinjij : of which Van Wlrt..* held responsible the campaign much may be forgiven." I! I : : : : 11. i':"l\" ;': ..;."

HOOT! to U. DdiantIJla! : not apply, for the pUot8octual1) -was ) x.
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... never la"; 'command of,the EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLE .mI t!, will be Impossible to hold any of these lot off the market we.! : <. : .= III o :: ". {; '. .:

.:. }. i''} "," ., H.SEYMOURM vesseL 4GIRL'S f ,tv"t 'The second annual Trades Carnival &IIt..to give equal opportunity to all, and every order accompanied by tint'i ..'v ; '.$: ""

<;.-. "t""f-1 Attorse> Law I -. win be held la Jacksonville daring the payment will be promptly. filled as received. I Pm' lit ud uzd II is"j j ..: ..
", .. f" } ,.. I. : LONG FAST. week beginning October r 24. 1904. and I I'l- .. .. .: Ji x
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-. .. the Florida East Coa-s Railway ban '.-r.t .JI'J .t
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: {n f'i-mi, 1i an- ataN ad Nera'it I Unless, the .authorttlW Uttrfere I toprevent' authrolzed a jate' t: t ;bnewfare."p'i: :'. C :r E"; .
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tko I'to ca.w u.a. I here Victoria Koftwlcr, the 'the-Nnnd
1&r ;; t j twenty-five cents t.lp.
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rC Olrlao Ra1. ... l..w
i.. ; 1V.ca.t 'Zi lW as young woman who Is'attA. ting to Tickets will be sold torah trains IMJ- iJ r S\.1..... t .
: ATCJ3EP T
.- '6IAtsX lLa. :5 4; r E ="s: ? 'BZTIT ;; s 1 ;
: 1t.tidI. fast: .two m01ltU.at'.; 1\t... w* c. INJ; 24; and for trains .... .
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Ii confident rte will be" rJ bci e .. .4t... .
j. ., scheduled to arrive at :Jacksonville : J. .. ,. o
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out her Intention.) She yester- Unit I .
> "i" fore noon October 29. with final

,. .\Vhit Eagle Ba t er9 'hoo. 4ty the 1.ftb'! 'week.of"b."!' t C"lhe October 30. 1904. < ..........,,.,.'" ..... ..:.c.OO .. .

: f tott. ;.'f''I! il :W declared; she does-not: aoo bad. The_ rate tram' Miami will. be.11.25

!f, -it :: ..BestSuTice.\ iccea f the.GtyVA ., M Although5 during the the'first'young few 'wjonftn day.-- 'Ia;red for.the'round. .trip.-" I J. D. Rahner.Asst Issues'of; : stock: shan be made as ordered :&abcriblng'lncorpnraiori of s M4'corporation : be] used"Jar

% skeleton!+ by.the board of director*. Anyportion 'I' together with the number of and fire department x
bunding.lajdt .
{. 'lP to A -
jl.CLBY.; ; + prieror ced almost a appearance ; Gen.Past Agt '
: of said stock shaH be lamed
the share of the
eapltal stock subscribed
to.xo"
"' i!' .. she'pay* sbefa still fttrong a t$1 O00 d
\ <; Iif I ,51. .01 .1 strength 'given'to hereby prfrer. She NQTICE: OF INTENTION o TO APPLY for ud, paid tt, capital stock of Hollarcorporations by each are a* follows 'ybonds.to; be due twenty.;

Sf 1e eomple&n or la property the Tain : W. M. Brown, residing 111 Miami
jE'Le has decided with the of this from the date of issuance of *a d I
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? .... ... FOR LETTERS PATENT. of which shall 1>e fixed at a meeting at, Fla.. 125 shares of
er-'room common stock the
'.;.i..:, ."" .. ante uiNilRD WHit; to'Beclnde'herself Ina i proceed of,wbfch are to I*
...;.. '1i,f :".. .a.f and permit nobody to"seer unless the board! of directors I called for. that W. W. Blackmer, residing In Delray.Flat. lathe} maklnc and.pavlnr' _or atreetanct _

,";,.. ,'" .-:r.c': mn", "j .... ,. .. It Is absolutely nec sary.i\ IWlioD Notice I Ia hereby given that the under. pus'p:EL I 125 share of common stock. I heretofore paved within. !C;wet;Jin

.>,.;.;,. :.b...-:-' .' '., 1)' ,lied I'tII&' 1f. QIIeI. she wfll'spend the last, tw&weeks, : of signed:will apply to the Governor of ARTICLE: IV. i O. L. Branning, residing In West I'se f tied portions'of the" sold i iami. el a X14

.. SluIIIIcmtI1J. '<1. ,;. 'II' her fast praying t' the State of Florida at Tallahassee. I This corporation shall exist for the Palm Beach. Fla, 125 hare of com\ Florida.. ,E" ,f's rg

... :}'', -'"'"''. 1' .-;"I,,.ilcitt".... ,.,' aocJtt'J.. ..., I'": tIerj, *ei ,'over Mina Kopwics is that muck shi i U perturbed Treed wing Florida,'on the 25th day of October. term of ILIDetr-!nine yeastARTICLE mon stock. kThj' .tibusaa'd ($3.0001 'donara:
oJ'.r the notoriety I '
: D..1904.. for letters-"patent incorporating F. A. Bryan, residing Fnlford. Fla. Inbonds! ,payable In twenty "ymr*. the
V.
: '; CitCrCARROLL.) ; because of her.fast. It wu er desire Consolidated Fruit Company under 125 shares of proceed of which shaU be a* d la the-
F. 1'"' ,, I that nobody sbouldwknow it. She The common stock '
bnsines of the shall purchase of ehemlcal'ngln'and .
corporation
a
.' ;) l1' ) the following proposedcharteriWm. i otb.er
ei eekeT2' flat or undersUi why It M. C. Hardee. residing Boynton.Fla !
\' Il7 says she:cannot be conducted [ frs for i idtr.
IfOm M. Brown F. A. Bryan by a president vice-pres 125 shares of common stock necessary apparatn* { -said
.# ',Cites snd Country T-operty, ,cannot bebeaten should Interest anybodyIn : : [, 1 J*. A. Marshall M. C. Hardee, ident a secretary, a treasurer a boardof M. B. "V".M.-
Lyman
residing In I ntana.Fla I
and price Com speaklni.or.the ord15to which I i r-
r ;: :** to"quality W. W. Blackmer, G. L. BranDln&m. not more than thirteen directors I .. 125 share of And that said election win be held
common stock.
*. j' T;: 'and'aeeTou'inay ujf. aare atoaey andtCARR01L. she woman Is subjecting told.yesterday"herself'j k'feirl\thjB! tubernative Joan T. King.' M. B. Lyman.PROPOSED the number to! be fixed by the br-l..., ,I I E. T. King ...residing Fort Lander- the dty of Miami. Ftoridi cm the

,. P+; '"i.future' .,. "" !* tlQIB.'I country, 'Poland,whey.'sufferlni CHARTER OF CONSOL- and aii executive committee composed dale Fla. 125 share of common stock 24th day of October.'A. a' 1KW. at.the
: # IDATED FRUIT COMPANY.The of the president vice-president, secretary regular heals of, holding election*," far
lq;. t c., from an ailment which this doctors ap it A. Marshall ..residing Fort Lauderdale -
iR' 4 '".'" ;:h'r ,I. I Notary Public parently'could 'not'. rareht7eded th underalped' { hereby associate land two }directors. The office of Fla., 125 share of common this office of. the Mlaml.Trans r Company -;
t .ISS1ImS.. themselves together for the purpose of secretary and treasurer may be held by atNol\2M Tweltth'at t..ant'
God'
,%1'. g.IetSE. .. advice Whispered to ,j ia r.Iii;, to gc stock. '
.t .. j I thrwjgh'the"now'and was !oeromlng incorporated under the law one and the came Individual. The directors that the Inspectors for,laid eleetio, .

Gi barefooted <:- W' :3f the State of Florida for the transictipaiof shall be elected at each annual Wm. M. Brown F. A. Bryan: ens Tumid s* follows: It :BndgeyC '
{ 11 DONALD' eurid.: > i. '"Sp'o ; .. of the holder of ; M. A. Marshall SL C. Hardee '
-' Kopwicc;Is DIi e1Ithat""th : business, under the following. meeting by the vote D.f Leffler. W.L..Kefler, and the ;
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1\,,:..1i: } "' Iti Et;:. .. asthma Mis I. from which she has long suffered ,charter t': ." I. the common stock only and the boardof W. W. Blackmer. G. L. Branning. clirk'of said election is:nnedGramUng. A G
I .
ARTICLE! t director BO elected shall at. once E. T. King M. B. Lyman. .
""i wlU disappear with the complytlon
'" < I A VE. !LA. of her tut,. and for that reason The !'name of this1 corporation. shaH elect", from its own members all the. I State of Florida, The ballot of said election si J an,read:r

i1i. and nb, other, she' declares! she la un be Consolidated Fruit Company. Its officers: and two members of the executive j County of Dunl.I #*not for medal election four the ls=:-

.l '"'''' dertaking. There la not I the- slight' w Principal place :'of bonnes shall 'be committee The executive committee Before me, a Notary: Public In and suanee of bond held fafth* dty.ot>

'' /tARE3YOU: GO1NGO . evidence that the faster| Is"'mentallj' tt the dty of Miamtj!Fla., and its business I In the manner and to the extent j for the State of Florida at large per- Miami. Florida. October 24t i 'Ji- M,"

: l. "j '''::: l fi{' ilv ':i- unbalanced r on the! contrary, she it ihan conducted la the State of provided, In the by-law of said the corporation 1 sonny appeared W. M. Brown, M. A. 1 n, N;?'

w :NOth f9 WeSt ? '!'rlPt.4'outside of this one peculiar Florida and elsewhere, a* may be necflsary shall have and exercise pow Marshall W. W. Blackmer. E. T. King bond In 'the lame of Twenty

; _. conviction.bu Bo'rank| Ideas.-Ne, or convenient ;:jerI of the board of.director In the F. A. Bryan. C. Hardee, (I. L. Bran- thousand (M,000) dorian for ty halt

; '. 'it: t! '1' TIE:: York. World [i ARTICLE! IL 1 I nesa'and management' affairs and of control the corporation of the busl-,.4 ning and M. B. Lyman each to me well i }Against bond ta the can e C twenty;

: 'I( The genersi'nature of the business I known and known to me to be the thbasand (JM.OOO dollars for dty haO.

OOW STRAW. to transacted! br'this corporation chan have the power to authorize the Individual described in and who subscribed ALSO
. } !Losyille I aShV lle THRESHING :
seal Of the corporation to be affixed to I :
a
1 PpaTtac
snail be to buy,- sell and deal In an"rulta. which It. The : and executed the foregoing! for bonds la the cum'of thoi
all require
7 '7;;4'' Rat!toad Senator John T.;Morgan 1writing, produce and vegetables, on eomclesloa papers may charter ami severally acknowledgedthat and i $10.000) dollar
: annual meetl", shall be held on the
t. -1-#,1I.esce1le4 Dr:.......11'.... series of letter to, the.editor of th or otherwise to employ such officer i they executed same ror the purposes street*. to'a': < r
n";:;Oil!! flrst': Monday |all November. The -=
PuUmra Louisville Courier-Journal, la which hi bleats and to establish agencies *t such I\ therein expressed against bond In the o&test
tr. ;rtrains::?t urrjlnf who are .to conduct the businessof ;
Ysieepersvp-io-ta 'coaches, Jree.''- 'I is exposing the''PaDama Caaal Con ,xitnt la the State of Florida or else- the corporation until those electedat Witness my hand and official seat I at I I thousand ($10,000) dollars' paving "

e 4 'dtntng ears pany &IId."bat be term th* daplidtjof There; a* to the director shall"seem t the City of Jacksonville, Florida, this20th !
.; 1ID1I1_ cl: :stn I +r41 ; the first annual meeting are qualified
,-...... noetbermia dsouhen e15l11. PrutdfDta\ooIrteUan, hU advisee proper. To buy. hoid,:- own. operate shall be: : I day of September A. D 1904. L ALSO' =
i.-. .wvice I. the la securing tae canal pro iV.. ease sell and mortgage real estate forts Notary's Seal) F. P. Fleming, Jr.
t ,' ;The Theis 4'DI..' : Wj M. Brown President : I For bond* la the sum of three thoa-
....:: .. >,':!..'.',.'..,. (". ,,.: .k.-'j:# ,". It occurs to a* this. I* a cam a business offices,'farms, plantations wes W. Blackmer, Vice-President Notary Public. Stata of Florida at I' sand ($3,000Against )i dollars for Ire ai paratas.%;
+ ,'i..AJ1 s enb Ben TrauA 'J'kt.tn1a threshing over oid strtw.twith th uid fruit orchard |i To buy bold and targe. My Commission! expires June
>/:. .... ... h'}_': !t ;,. ."',.,.,. '. chance of getting sothias..Ant chaff T. |'V. Moore. Secretary.O. I bond la th.'sum Bf.threa s
: rote stock, bond and securities of oth- 11. 1907.
M
thousand ($3.000) donor
: L. Branning. Treasurer. for
,
!
.. United
01 the -ImajorItJ' flWappejrJ
n. peopt.
doing similar busics F
: ,,"r; r corporation a
t obabiy di W; M.. Brown. W. W. Blackmer T. raPis. .:
.
of them at least BOND ELECTION NOTIC&I *
..... ;;:;'- tsar not approve of the methods pursued tcPresideat ''hanieter. and with to make neh| contracts eorporationtARTI of any V. Moore, O. L. Branning. F. A. Bryan, I Nona I* hereby given that oa $ep'
leather Uth. 1904. the dty.Couadl of
.
M. C Jlardee '. T. Wofford M. B. Ly
iadvlser
sad I hi
", ,;.. Roosevelt Notice 1* hereby give that a speetstelection
t. oJ'I : IIL MUmt,Florida, attha regalai seusi
i ....J' "I' ..,::,-- J. .M.'FI mln... L;t seeming the property fi few 0 man] A. E. Parker, A. C. Frost E. T. I by the regular voter ot.the. thereof. authoriW
the etaetle
special
'. ..,. Marshall, and T.: J. Peter. *
.' r ,' I AInL'" them are awOUag 'to'acce jft. the .re The,authorised capital stock of said King M. A. '
city of Miami Florida who raid to
f""" ; of bonds as itated la thb aottoe ad
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'T i la orporatloa shall be five thousand Directors an4 W. M. Brown, W. W.
of act If ;
salt that :
'f, ',." Nb. l', 'said city, and who own naI..eatatt byreaolntioa aathorixed the aildenlgaedjeoaualttea *
.i J..nat the President Ue dci.his. peeiogsUfe hare of common [stock of the par Blackmer, T. V. Moore. F. A. Bryan | -
d therein and who have paid their taxesfor la
to act
and lent tadirett flit to,th 'ala of tea donan each, and Ova hna- and M. B.: Lyman a* Member of the tie retard.ta the"
put year due thereon to aathorlie > caning of laid and
TUflWaiclmpeetfanj t41 LPLr Paaama moMlOBMa I* g >rany be ired shares of preferred stock of the Executive committee. ,eleetioa. pat the- ;
the dty council of the Ctty> ofMiami. object of, *ald,election la to todetarmla=.

:1r.5J' ...-::VtaaVf Ueved. bat most people ta' Thick wf Yatae.preferred of oa. *stock hundred shall dollar draw each.dlri- ARTICLE! VL Florida,, lame bonds tearinginterest' whether or sot the said dty MIaM:
State
the United
___I .t" see .anm" 'le lat cent The alghestiamount; of Indebtednessor 'aot' exceeding:the legal rat Florida, shall ba bond ta,l he ssma
r canal act wish that It Ida ; th'rate. of dz per per.nssm
1ha4J7' liability tal which the corporation of the State of Florida for .follows .1 and for the purposes herein a imed.t fi
'F" .II aki'.1 ", > eocp1e IL' .4trleftt.: .. sad aa more, whea earned and ,
.:..J.. time shall be plug purpose and the following amass;.
at Itself '
.* elrt toCtloa khOV yoakHUXS1C, '" .- that the wrns eommitt.dbfa.; Peeddent .ledared by the board of directors. At can any abject j; Frederick Ch'**'
J > the capital to-wtt: .; .F
of ,
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to the amount
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Card. equal
be righted'bKhrthlnj: act tea cent of said capital stock #
aow per 3.F.W.Haha
can .
: Twenty thousand,
: m.., clock paid la 1st ($2tUMO, dollar ,
,
be aabaeribed ta before :
0't that mq be pfd or dooe-f;||fiTh ban and paid -
t Is'bond, 'payable twenty l(
ARTICLE VIL yes
of coaiUtutf
CUrt IaM Members cpondl iff In.
:. Senator Magi be hti eorporaUoa begins to do business,
fact .bt' .. bait residence 'of the from date of Issuance of said .....tr eowmltt.L
"" pauaL'0 :-.-_euJD9a.UI_ Ntearagw: ind other payment hereon or. ''further The .name*i j and belied ; Jf

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,} ... ,.Miami *ot a good'lively ghahing up -- H- --'O--E'- -E : ,',',rr: \B' "tiR"! ii.i: D'R. '
R..S.
' &OYK OEYEUND TA1KS .TO f by the'storm,aad, .hne'bea.t. :and :"l 4
. : YOUNG, MEN (Of JHC NATION) twitted somewhat Is, speaking In'the -i'f'!=t :!h\. .

.fl' )''I I Terna.'ular. still in the ring and the t3NMILLIQN'i ; t
one. |
trim pace
Continued 4
( little Ask :
'' 3 liveliest and most progressive your :IJHOEFEITSEREAD ,, :

'ymuuc' J ilnjth* >>1f'e.' of apprehension# city in the State. Bad as wa the blow I Ir neighbors about'I I ,
;< i md uncertainty t.;romiMa peace and we are thankful it..was no worse, and i '
k stful confidence instead of conquest that all elementary disturbances* of this i HOEFEJfSBREAD Never sours
$ ( -
;.l 1 md; nn-Amerlcsj| |intrusion In oldvorU J nature are now probably past for an- 1 i Dollars are being spent in private I I dries out.

complication'jit promise watcbul other year, .at least Cents
and enterprises in o '
public -
' : care of the people's welfare at their o ; o

.;.'f.., ; tomes and ta the r" .their! daily Any man can take a newspaper. It I .' They take it. \\.... .. I Try it once. ,
. ana thing he can buy. Every
f|if.J-' As against the delusive per- Is the cheapest I Miami I ...
ertInc dazzle and:gUtter of a foreign. ,time a hen cackles and has laid an egg Vigorous
;; l nnlhink- '' for that week. It [ W
111 it xpancion. which inures the his paper Is paid And Cakes the BestI
; while It undermines the strength I It !costs less than a postage stamp-less are
' ;Ing: *national Intent, the Democratic I i than to end or receive a letter. It The United States Government has a large force of : I
|of our
;
;",!;-iJ.i: &,rty seeks to remind our countrymen :I comes to you every week, rain or shine, ken working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic !! I -

@k that their government needs no {J1arer'',calm or storm. No matter what happens be heard day:and night as it works; its I '
In the developwiaent : ,, it enters your door a welcome dredge can :
--,:a...Hlnlssloa+ *of than the domain is found! which AmericanIndependence ,I visitor full of sunshine and InterestIt j ji : way out of tne famous Biscayne Bay to the; great I Watches Fit for a king.( /\ _= F

{American growth i opens the door of the great world : I jI ,
[. ;Jand Atlantic.
.- dwelling of free. and yod face to face with Its people ; 1 1f .
;;.\:Jaarsi made the place f. put : :
- .* and happy' people. j jRKTUKN and great event It shorten the : SO' If you wear our watches'' you will'always' '
BRIGHT
ij prosperous IN THETSOUTH THAT HAS HALF II IIA
CITY
TO.TIRST ALLEGIAf CES. long winter nights. It Is your adviser \ THERE IS NO be on time. '
VI am hoping tha these things fill be gosslper and friend. No man Is Just I f! FUTURE AS MIAMI/ WITH THESE CONDITIONS- EXISTING. DO 'I
seriously considered by the young men' to his children who doe not give them : 1 YOU WONDER AT THE RAPID GROWTH OF THIS FAST DEVELOPING --::

s_;.]tf.cneoantry-wh: !are selecting their the local paper. No man Is good to q'; CITY'THE. 1 One oT the best tim -pieces made and .

:affiliations%|or who In present himself who doe not take neWlPAP8ra'l YOUR SAVINGS IN our price for,st isI ; .-
YOHl
.: .....1It1Mol1Mlldltlolll+ seek by their votes -Arcadia Champion. TIME HAS COME FOR TO INVEST O I
.'." to--meet- the---demands- of our best cltisenihip. ; INVESTMENT%:THAT WILL BRING YOU A HANDSOME: PROFIT. I ,3 si.o.

i I am addressing them .* those NOTICE. j i 'I :
rest the Notice Is hereby given that Flora G.j
'' thouldtr win coon
: 'on whose and VTi A. Filer. George B. Wal- I These 1I 1
:;\' 'responsibility fcrotectlng preserving Simpson /Look at;.
American I j free ;;Institutions; dron, Jeanette associate,L.;Brown and Mary cJWainwright '. ; &om' 1 I Every Watch guaranteed I I II
themselves toj
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>stiicerityan< open-
ud,;assuming
# of Miami, I
: ;, 'mindedness am tang them w ether, form a Library Association, and after]! :I what will be In a few years the fssbfonabie quarter .

; i'In view of the'Increasing tendency to four, weeks publication of this notlpy" $300&) to $400.00, each. j I IyA Ladies 18-Mze nickle, open.:ace I I $5.00 C'

':: :hBghtrheartedj ,carelessness In the ad-! will apply to the Honorable Minor 8.3: thrt room house near the;center of the city for $1,000.00. This property I Ladies' silver, open case j 5.110
mlnlstratlon of putjlc affairs it Is not Jones. Judge of the SeventhJudicial! Ladies* 6-nize gold filled hunting ease '10.00
ZJ old In and for Dad*!. consists of 2H lots and has a number of tearing fruit trees., 16-aize filled .115.00 x
i? f well:to:, lulllt'uP n a return i jjto Circuit presiding I I Ii I gold -
115.00The
and a renewal of the sentiment county, Florida, for the following Chafe;I and lot. 180000. > 0-bize gold filled -
": 'i landmarks our iIeople that the management ter: |i I .. One G-oom house''I greatest bargain ever offered. One 1 1-16 bt .blre, white diamond "
""', among of their:.fcovernment Is a fet ARTICLE L t;; | i One$-room house and lot 12,800.00. : .* for only $165.00. -

;t float undertatlngj{, To those who be- The name of the corporation: be!: r One.*- .large residence> (new ju't*) vhlcu. rented' last year for $700.00, for four I EC. T. vvB'EB.,: : ..,
direction Association.1, :
: i neve l' that efforts In that the Lemon City Library .' :x
hesitation located at' Lemon City, Daae county : month* Is far sale at 17,200.00' ,: r ;
[t should be made.; fhave| no f 1 I I II #
: t suggesting thai;[within the 'line* of Florida. / I PROPERTY WITHIN EASY DISTANCE OF MIAMI. i
1ta.,' Democratic Pparty'they writ find ARTICLE}. k I'I 83,500.00.i Hinson Housje, a

::;: effort*', oryja died and j/In full The general nature/of the business One 2G-acre orange and grapefruit grove (bearing) for: m m mmm m' mm .
'i. to be transacted ban be to establish. in citrus fruits, all bearing. ; m7m I -- t s r "
activity. 5 ,-4i i ; Sixty acres, one-half planted Newly Furnished..In new looatlaln- f'at.es.1.80 per day-.. .
t DEMOCRATIC IIUNCIPLES | APPLICABLE -.' and maintain a public library and read! SO-arre orange and grapefruit grove. '.'!I'I tit SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331.. IJ4th St.. MlamU Florida :Y; .f
and to do each other thing ; 4 ,.
=;, QIr'DEK1Lt_CONDITIONS.I Ins room : CO-acm of good ridge land. $20.00 per &ere.'r -;*,r { rw.1. _,)9" \:: .
I "What I ban'said touching the eon"aervattaar M may be productive of the education bearing -- ..': '
Democratic"party amusement for 'Improvement of 14members One ot the greatest Investments ever offered which consists*j'of a .' ,
) ; "of' ;th*K
". 1 lender the dosilnanee of Its tyro', prlnci- or/the community which It i orange and grape fruit grove pineapples, and tropical fruits. I' This -wouldmake n/ -' : ,. s: 4, 'f.' t .

pies-'toes)-'.otjVWrBieanV; : give shall be located,,and to buy tell, laaidymortgYc'or *a Ideal country home.' Investigate '

: ground for the accusation orju,tlfy the hold such real estate', A 42-acre pinery for $1,600.00! I / Come. :andOpposite Seep. OSw ,
Is reaction.ary other property as may be required fC4 tallow .
4; suspicion that Democracy On TlllotCs Key and Key Largo we have property which in price t :

: .'or that lt>;4uU ta Its apprehent 'JIII1ICIIIM ARTICLE herein mentioned.m. but win, greatly j Increase in value, In the very, neu future. ;: / the ,Postoffice..'Woe. i .," ,
pole of the varying needs of the people. .
'>These'defldtndai .could soil possibly The qualification for memberskfshall Let u tell you about It .; I I .. .. j -
atistta <'length'of life consist In the acceptance of th%
*:partyiwtoe
f i IS
:matlon'i existence, proposed member by the Assodstiosjj tlOUR.S1pCKI; ;
nearly measures lh Fan UB
and whose highest'claim'upon. !ih a pao- and the acceptance of the obligation' SPIERS) &}MERGIEK NEW : I Hardware aI ; "
pU's""preference always been Its of membership as laid down in th) r ; SASH : HIQ1; and: '' "' '
$ bas 1 Ageata. :
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servltuds- to" tHJP80PIe'.Uan.. Itieadny charter'J-la... and rules of the As? Real Est8te..and Insurance : ) .. ,

f:?. recognise, nay cmvJlttnni and sodaUoa,;! by the person proposed. ,/ :Box },TT. or UOOH ,Avenue D.: ,' ;:: DOORS : COMPLETE ,,1! ,.Farming}, ; ,
ARTICLE IV. 1.! .
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icw aiee *lussjt.but U biaile that ,. '. : FLORIDA *>+ "* '
PAINTS
add The term of corporation of this A-. ,MI t3II. :> : ImplementsJ. I
these cad be ac4ef "'JDet'.bJ: adherenc:*'to the broad prtact- elation. shall be ninety-nine (H) yearS.

,s:Ides lawhich it finds guidance s and,by ARTICLE V. | / <-'t----. .,.,-S. ... F
.'their. honest application la.every emerKtmcy.lt The business of this corporation sLsilbe 'A. n ounoemen: :: '- :

.' Is,:"moreover;"!a dlsOnguUh- conducted by a president, vies-p tot ; THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF, MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE ENGAGEMENT WWAT.TTT: ; 4

f tug,requirement' f Democracy' I .that la Ident secretary, treasurer, UbrartaD.board : OF MRS. LILLA B. CART, OF DETROIT. MICH. A3 DIRECTOROF L ., .; ''.'tlL:. .... ., ',.,.'>." .
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e1'1UDnta1'.Moa};whetber ancern- of trustees not to exceed nn THE SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION lAND PHYSICAL CULTURE. HER : -'" :, '

Ing home affairs.or cir relations with and,an executive committee of flve ,rj-$ .:LONG EXPERIENCE AS A' .CHER EMINENTLY' FITS HER FOR THE + \ ft.", .

.:other countries,ill thing snail. be done sons to be elected at the annual meitfug WORE.YRS.. : ; > Ji''
{ *' .; at the once of the Company l TO MEET THOSE WHO ARE INTER- ''
PLEASED
y deeefUy .and in'prder. it i GARY WILL BE 'W''a I3audle: the
1y,,} 'aave, nflevVed'to-migRi' it-wlthovti first.Tuesday la February. onJ 11'ESTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT./AND: EXPLAIN HER METHODS. I : .,

:: ;.cwt's --..itcn it:irhta' ,tt Ij,; ,Dcmr. At the first annual meeting I CALL ON OR ADDRESS { Oliver :: / j jf

'f:"" vatic party stands. ?-r' In thej"'Ii 1 i.Sis.fDalgL. trustees ,may be elected tor one ) I .225T -.SIN FRANKLIN COLeMAN BUSH, Director. : Typewriter.Because 'x\: :
three
if .and. bat:present a}'lao three for two years and three for -
': with It woul I rh1fY to the wfw idf'r. years, and thereafter excepting 'tn I I "

,-. aa dalso'j.o'\that Large class Jof# young i the purpose of filling vacancies note Clyaft'sStaBJ i I t. '
'*wbo are not! beyond a review of i more than three trustees shall be eleel' I :
..f men 1 :)!
vq their political proclivities.. I J j ed annnslly who shall hold once :fo I M J .
500 and 502 \\' Street. I It its, superior to all Others s;, .
\ 1.hare no dealle to shun thcj lamentable three !i I ) ,
years.ARTICLE VI. 'i t / II -- We are felling them too, because ,
of r
fact'at jjth'actlve ;
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; support I r I '
i our price apd terms are If i
easy. fOG _
9'manyyoung members of the party hasbeen' The by-laws of this'Association ni $, ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. ;
.' lost'to'lt el orgsnisaUoi 'during be made by the Association at Its IIs$: I| I I want a good machine, let n* tell you "

'*?'recent'Mean throughmlstak4 leader- regular'meeting called nbleq1l M SINGLE ,RIGS A SPECIALTY. I about the I: la laA M
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-hlp; and'nn democratic expedients. If the completion: of Its corporation u 4 HORSES BOARDED. CLIPPED AND CARED FOR. I II t j i Ii OLIVER. '
; ''these* 'young:|rjemoerats use well they may be made altered or amen I :

r "grounded| :the] fsJth, the fact that at any meeting of the Association ajter GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION. l ., i
'" .tkefr.Conscientious uudftstaidlog of two weeks notice to be sent or 4iti1 It -, :
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:stand aloof fora time from(,party sotlrlty of the proposed amendment. If ='-- iI N
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| ...will ;no( prevent: their seeing the same practical: Import as 11. I O, Simpson W. A. Filer NOTICE. machine shop has been fdded to

Vuit: ;every J consideration of|political notice proposed.. ..' 'Waldron. Jeanette L. our large establishment to satisfy the

;* duty';and'every41ctat' .'ot manllneM ARTICLE VIL which C. Wainwright to me well demand for a first class repair shop
%'aad honor :'demand of them a return The highest indebtedness to >uthern District .
ao be the persons described in : for AUTOMOBILES and OAS ENGINES -
i.rf!> to the supjport of their party.Wise this corporation may at any time, tabled subscribed tnelr names to re Julius Isaac and that department la ta -
:counsel and the'leaven' Democratic itself shall not exceed the am dijtof .. j ?
c lag Instrument, and did charge of skilled machinists I fWe art
r :coaaerratlam IiJire made the'f rcamaf lire thousand dollar (15,000.00)\ i knowledge, each for himself for final at your service.LOFTON. f 1 fif
tlon again'their Jhabltatloo j land. the ARTICLE'IlL f|* executed the same for the day of October. y
{;;,-.P., :iwhert tier,eta j J cheerfully"and ne amount of real estate whicaftfe therein expressed. the foregoing !i it
pefaD7'1' corporation may.hold shall not exftid t purpose, _
1a 1'
: Witness my hand and the court, that E1NIG
;" :A FIGHT,rpRj SAFE COUNSELS.VThe ten,thousand.dollar (llo, Lemon City.Florida this ,the same on the & ,
1 1 relnststement'of the party la Its ARTICLE IX. oo'LL' October. A. D. 1904. : D. 1904 before Successors! to Lofton Ic Johnson Opposite; Port Offlce, Miami. Fri
titimoderate! The names of the offlcerj to
; principles, la j nserva'tlsm (Seal) Homer E. In said dis
."" : .:and,Inthe tel|'< "of peoPI'1IjIIbta land Interests Is, title to property ball vest until ftke I 1 I published In the i
"complete.;. Its-,auk and again first election under the charter shallbe:1 printed I

s-tako' their,place,1' *' Inlts met] battle ". ........' that all known

d: > rejoicing la old hailing Flora G. SlmptJO -Presldent. fir, I HOTEL ARRIVA I ; ous In Interest '
j ;',with.delight |h< I'standardsl I bat bear Cornelia H. KeyVlce-Prellldelltf! I time and place /\ShooI

,the, familiar ) of. .true, bemoera- L'rs.G.W&ldron-8eeretsry, 5 f jr they hare why
'q... ,...'.iors, Jeanette L. Brown-Treasunr. .J. EVERGLADE I petitioner should ,
inen, who It Mary C. WaIn..rtpt-LibrarttuLrj C. Brown. Perrtne; J.
like young ;fight or Democratic D. i ii
:] : success:bf this time a ot political EXECTTTIVE' COMMITTEE: | ; Silver Palm; L. H. Bryan 'i,1 i ordered by the .r
,'9'I'conilfrt'will jin;!; .er'yeare I. the Flora 'G. Simpeon. \ dale; H. S. Nutter. C. S. \ I send by mall I

-r ,'fl'Ol1dI&tlsfaCloa of remembering that Lyra O. Waldron. i 'ti West, Palm Beach; C. H. [ notice of said :: ""
,:t!'tbe1'foaPt'lowJ.r. counsels'la: the i' Jeanette L. Brown.3 _'VIDe, R. W.' Carter. I II addressed to !:- :

> admiatstraUpf ot their'government for :Marr C. Walnwright t I' Kansas. I of residence a* Saes Mrs B ..j
r'1.i1 ri 0.s
; the'protectiosi of oar.national missions 'charlotte j:Amory. 1< rrre ra

s against'; 'interruption""; and;'"perversion, [TRUSTEES: BAY VD2W I I| rable James W. : _
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for the increased'comfort": t the peo- ,Flora'O. Simpson" E. F. McVeigh St. l' court, and the "
'ilpte la their'fepmes;and for the defense W:. A:: Filer Worley, Delray; Fred W. :' In said PlfRCf" ttARDlf ,1 t' ;

",:. >d their Interests against the|!eneroachs i' George B. Waldron. "Uiot aDd wife. New York. I j day of October,

>..!/tl-r'or: ORanlseda" .* and ARTICLE XJ: I \;
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t- : The names sad reddenees '
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W. LOCKE
; ; The ChIn. are i
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: ,ff"1: rsedees nod are anxious : I ] Judge.. m tbs
-President.Grover'develaki.nl a J Flora G. Bimpeoa! ,Lemon City.1Jeanrtt ''' and fight the Cnsslaoa. I! : Clerk. = .
'letter to the Ueform Chst.'otNewTxk. L. Brown Lemoa City:}, I : = 1H H .tj

.'t.te1I cl'tiafiI.WIn be Impwsible ft'' George &.Waldron,UtU River, FJa f of the Cem- ,
"" "Fair; Dora Meek, aged t e "
h' Jadzr i< C. WalBWright.r Lemoa; '
a; to attend the ssptIo :to Mary I Thursday night I
de"d1I1 'today 8ostaess Flax' r s !, slept nearlysix mouths: : ] BO K, STORE '
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: i4j CentraOU. I11, every person la i-
>::*: ngagwB.tiare," aattgned.41, "the'tea- 'If W.'A. Filer. Lemon Qty n& dead ta ktwk'or'.D:; ; I : ;1. u : ; 1

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I M.Undertaker KING 1 THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THAT MISA :i-. ,"1 s
!$ (Sotctttar HANNA PHEBE ... '
SHTPPEE.
BOSTON THE NOTED SOPRANO AND ;;
'0. 4: and Embalmer: f 'DU/TAKERS I TEACHER OF SINGING" WILL CONDUCT THE' VOCAL DEPARTMENT. '< :it

; j THE DAILY BETWEEN S AND 4 P. M., AND WILL BE PLEASED TO'.EXPLAIN "

I HER, METHODS. VOICES: TESTED FR &c225Jwdf

....'4.:w"d't'J,,)t",... .I ', 1300_ -4 -Avenue, DAILY i j f1: 413..i2th Street, \Phone 25 .Sh t >-FRANKLIN COLeMAN- BUSH j.. Rrector.Nunally's : -- .' \, yrmmmmmmrnmmnntnrnimmmm ':1f't\::<

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.-','Jf.!-, "''.''jIj'i.' r, ,,: :: Jf': : -Chelf Gardener :"Andrews, ot' the T 1*; Geo W. Philips' .who spent the,I The report that .a,Teasel l is ashore I ,,! ;. i

: Ml AMI (METROPOLIS.sTCESDAT7OCTOBER Royal Palm.prdena. has his men at summer here M the guest'of Mn: and' on the reefs la always the; cause ot

work.today clearing away, the debris ifrjL E. V. Blackman and family retailed general aetlvliy among boatmen on the E > 5 *'***
I 11S.! 1904J Who Your
: and looking after the plants and shrubbery to Winter Park last night rive and bay as there is Rig money in E The u : : ,;;;

J ? MAIL scgEDuLL, that.was Injured In the storm. wbere he' will resume his studies I 1,1Daiaulc salvage for assistance! rendered .neb ;(
<, : ; I and a business. eonne at Rollins unfortunate 'crafts.: The) report this E CANDY Druggist .:.t.1.1

,Arrivs:i r'ons th. Ndrt>r ; The Indlcationl;ar that the Dally Coaege.t morning, that a bark was ashore at ; I .
!: ,,":OO',";a.i.i /, Metropolis will'soon be;compelled;:to Fort Lauderdale occasioned: I one of I hPpre. tBiscyne: I J
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..-'. .,,',, ..... r.-I. I t!f apta1n Frank Somers this morning : ;
-y'' "'",, ..w .. _- enlarge. Advertisers are making heavy which these scenes and within ft short time :
ed a large fishing boat
.f .tar tbi,NoetbTOWItTOPIcS.- demands for space and_ they.must:all .R; swamped up aqd floating off the all seaworthy boats In then harbor were j I 1: :: = J .f: ,,
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jt ..,1:11-" iaJk'f t-, j, be accommodated. pd( th' of the river. The boat contain I gotten' ready and put to sea each bent, I k. !. ",VI
,.."." ... ,",, 'IU., ., &4' ., for the wreck and Incidentally to comb I Drug ';;;;;;;; f.
!r Captain F. Cook of the Zora, la expecting ed'* new 75-yard, gill net Later the the In search of other unfortunate E !AH of our Drugs; :I 'v_;,: ; .
[ his wife and a small son down t and net were Identified by Me- peach -I jCbemicala and ;/C ;!::' 9:"'
home I litilne crafts and wreckage of a valuable i E jpreparationa r, ;=. .U -. '.sea.
tonight or.tomorrow from their It Clark tflsh dealers'ae one of 'This Store' are : ..'
: ." J111 j .:':: Brooklyn N. T. to spend..the win I Iter. several they Lad fishing off Morris and nature. Among the crafu to get away II E hat the Co.(J :- F 'ff "\
I Befrs'Cnta, were the Sweetheart. Badger Barracuda E j0 r I methods .
1 u Two Sisters. Ada;;: and other I IcrattL SOLE, :are: commended ;;.." 4c : ; '
.,-''J', a 'city cooacufwffl asset In regn AT Virginia-Carolina Chemical -. Co's. I iJtr.[ J. F. Challle returned this morn- The Jupiter, which went'to the I E. ibr'alllrepatabJe ,:::z' : .

_Thursday night-, } :t complete fertilizers are;' beat for all 4 .on: the belated train from the Martinique with supplies, and the Clara I AGENCY J. C. Aberaetby. !!physicians"" "fi.; : :\ : ; ,'
-'" ? growing crops. Endorsed. by the beet 1Ml During his absence Mr. Challlepnt. which went for a look }around down ....".. jr
Wt1HT. +- IM4,:{ WILon .1 tamers ever''here a'delightful1 vacation In NeWT the :''lower! bay will also! probably go i WWWWWiU'WU1WWWWWlwl1w! LEUU1IIUIWWWW1 !" ''' :" 19

: "f'-'?: ;!'lj/]; ;. trt-e-tf; Drake Produce Co., k, and. ncildentaUy purchased. onethe up the beach. Later 111!I the morning ..' ,.

1rr 1" :. D. C. Brown ,of Perrlae, Is JJa .the 1 'largest and most varied asaortmfnta it was reported that ,a! fire nested -- _. .'J--; ., .5
a jtia want;;printing loa. In of Christmas goods and noveifles -
schooner ashore New Hirer,
and report but little + was near "
< city today very I -
t.'. .., and atJhe"tifht; time. b f'. damage la his station by 4he storm that has ever been offered 'for but |this fact is discredited, and It is : ;: ':
order to the'Metropolls omee.1 | In-this city; believed that the news i of the bark .
"* "- l'' '-. ] though the crolMl on low ground have '' RC ,
.f AtTr ,
tI[ ashore near that place had been Juggled .YY''s '>
: -FOUR pSTICEJlOOMS; FOB KENT. suffered by the rate. paptaln Cook, of .the Zora. is buildin t
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river1' around from mouth !to month until $
In the the foot of
near
4 Butiding 'XI', H. Garthdde and : J ,
apply_.laom ;Hi.trhetl and Mrs. Chav ;
I.r Twelfth street a large houseboat which }It had been made Into a schooner
*;_- family returned home on'the belated aground. '
will this winter borne for being
When looking for.that sweet musical train: this morning from the north use as a 1
toni,,to a piano, go to Bush Jfc I where they'have been spending their *self and family.' The boat will, be --------r -
feet when' and will
14:16 completed
,Co.J., ; j 1MP1aDo summer vacation.
.. .:.\;; "'" .: J Jo '. i1 divided Into bed-room dining-room <;
+-) > Dr. Gramllng received a call this aDd kitchen with large gunwale room
.WOOED.:TE ;:2iEiN: FOR'PURSE .
morning to attend a'very nick lady I al around 1C
E1 X CREW.Afoly at once to Miami .
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Fort Lauderdale, but owing to thetrain
t Company' fck, >>tot:'Avenue D. 61 he I; f 1 a., Arguments and testimony was glv- Scho0flooks, I
service impaired was
( being
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l' | last night at the circuit court room

CapuiVjamea'key ands wife, of his, unable. to go up.__ _u..._ .ifore Judge Jones in the matter of the !I ,
t'were' h'Jadkimdlle Sunday land KateY I[fafiswer of G. W M. Williams, defendjalU OtfOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&OOOCOOOOOOt '
Miss! Hshn ba returned home
:sttaere at'thef Travelers Hotel, In rule nisi proceedings. At a late !
-J ; from Greenville S. (X, here she visited l'I
r hur'the testimony was unfinished
.Y.C.'Tlpto. will return shortly and will 'be accompanied -
thrty: att sfch other- Ume as Judge Jones cantke SCHOOLSUPPLIES.TaKeta
$ .
by her aunt who will spend the
Drake Produce Ou
+ up the case ag-iln; which, will
winter with her ptrenU Mr:'and. Mrs. '
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I&obably be tonight though no announcement I TaKeta, > If
c i S'Nntteg pd C. S.' Aid of F. W. Hahn. < wash|made to that effect. I ks. Is Built to Ride. I' r
In the
_iw..tPaIa B *Lh. ere asain .
When the steamer Martinique: tails Jxr. and Mrs, ,Francis.Daazenbacker' Pencil Begs. The choice of professionals, because it is .

d4bualn _: : aptD.for Key West and Havana she wed night before last ud are ,lo- P- Md Pads' the Best wheel made. ;

%tf .FOR mvmf+ >CIPt win have one of the heaviest f rrtghts the Pioneer until their cottage State, : 1905 model. $ob. I -
|lst west of the hotel can be vacated by
:ji OPEN 14'JHTER, 5 jby and greatest number of pa -'"sc1r- Riders, 1
1 the trbi tat use'on rivet,( Ao01 lyBre rled out this fall-en-'accumulation r' two trips,*MIIODC which: will be a sold $ here last winter when he Invested lue : I
for the Island u a tarP number of choice properties. Second Hand Books Takenin Doo't ThrowAway You Old Tires.
carload. .of,barrelled brr ., ;:I Mr. Danienbacker .. I
has been la SL Louis
and sad .
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Mra.tL.iTownler ;
w City .
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during the fair where he exhibited'an Exchange*
P lfrt"S'" ownlet.rettatereb at 'I 1.fl
nd ; f I 'I We can vulcanize them and mike them .
la'Miami Invention of his'own In" the way of a
arrived
exhibit'on Satj A couple Just
|4hetLouis Florida Smoker THE good as new.V c are the only peoplein '.' b
hives
Louis for bee on which he erects -
St.
j?rday ei from they came ill the way from Miami who vulcanize Tires. I '
** i" to Miami on homeseeker's ticket'fut to'capture the gold' medal JHe RACK STORE.: I .
'v A1--Caolipathcmleai' Cp'a, which'they paid only'JZO.OO ''for''the 4 the patent' right to a bee hive 9kI

-apeetat branu for'special crops round trip; good for thirty days. '' 'hJ' e Ume ago for a snug little.{orn ATO ea D.mnt W. H. Cp.UI.LE SON.

tf $ fDrwkePr' odna begins to look like the railroads were and I'.. .. I ExpRM Ofllcfc f Proprietor. I The Hudson Cycle Co.., I k
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%r"\Ct I going*to see the California rates I .2.
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'amontj these'karin lie'clty at and go It one better Tike 1008 Avenue D, Opp. UJlendortf Block Miami, !la.:! 7
early 't thu morfrngwere,, r.My 1 BUSINESS LOCALS;. II tie Big Boat.

'r".4''W, Bu.kha.ui. of. ew Th. McAllUtiT-BecJi.. rcii !state _jNKraaKMNKyjGyi I .
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Turk City+ p'I ency has already deceived several inquiries I I IROOeeleshulU I I I
Headquarters
for property as a direct reiuii I I ,; at Wilson *fancy Fly.'s. i make
CLYDE will {
The regular trips
for
have a few Jleal Bargains e adrerttaement
the'MetroPo-
of their lay '
omeaeeker U' both'etty and lour believes in the ..value _'Is your sewing machine out of order! dally to the Beach, fez ing the Stone .
lla. This! firm
'c'c{ Carroll .th| Homeseeker-e Agent, of publicity and has secured a,quartet jLet w. Y. Danghtry repair It 'He Dock(( at 2.00 p. nu, landing at the new I Youngs' Pharmacy] K W

rmeell*:;Avenue D, between Second of a page'space la both the Dally'and acorn how. 1005 Aveane D., ferry;' dock met north lot the Jetties

and Tbfrd erects:'' Weekly Metropolis for the entire sea> MIAMI CONSERVATOR OT'MtJ10. where every facility Is! ft'rnlshed for I;
goo 1 bathing, and the Beach being en- \ >
son. It -costa them money tocSo.1J FRANKLIN COLEMAN BOSH
F.. eYelgS'traiamaster of the will certainly ) tire y cut oS by the training wall from A complete and carefully selected stock we '' ..
bat the returns amp I laEcmu6TlvECrra; srREET buy our :frays: in .
vrlth neadquarter a 8tf'AngvsttaeJwaa the treacherous current from Norris I small quaD ties and often so we can al.'a"*]have them tree and '
them. :
|moa those eomlni la repay -, I f MONET TO LOAN-Apply to Dad' Cut Inlet, there Is none of that undertow I .... Our customers get the benefit: of this and are always satisfied .. (; t.
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i the belated trslu thin morning.] Iii which makes sea ba&lng so danger ? 3
at dredge'stwork ; 5
jboonty Co.
The.East .Coast Beeurlty M. T. Drowv orL
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7 '" eft i'Taftf' imnb
gjr- ; \ fftant gotten to tomot.row Shaw .rw.mb'strNCxr I *us. j jancg ans.
the bay will be wO'k.! | | B. m
to'ybnr elfhhocwho hat uedr.C unless nnforseen'.weathereondf| '" s. _.__.....,. Np channels to follow going onr Mlonj
Tip Top, before bnytof >oar,,f eri' ,lams preventDuring" ;the}bto.r | N.edlee for all kinds of sewing ma- walk after you'get there, and : : : !fOJtn 1ttiu I : : i V. I/ d .
fhlnes at W. : IMS AvefCOCNTRT -
tdll4 number of additional anchors: were rajput : L.Daaghtor I J" '
I- 4 Drake Pteduce 1-. to hold the craft against the'stom| + ONLY .25 CENTS FOR THE at the soda fountain. Special creams and!! sherbet. Saturday\

.W.iRr'Ytiee. rha'nme'troo'i and ,the eoive7pr.pipes! ,,sere.dtoconaaerte4 PROPERTY FOR RENT. ; afternoons' and evening. We want your\ patronage and win' :"

_ ,gosta Oa;tto"aieept:a)CaUoaS.,with ,:rto/pwventiireaklng.' All l'c ,,room houae,with hata..:eiatera. b ROfiND : TRIP. always. endeavor..'. to see that you get the' best" in our line.' ,
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: etropolia;Concluded aeE"tor.-Uteae precautions .are, being remedied sad'a.cwar7 out-houaes. wita tea! ortoore
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ta and lettattlatt'enaln6'ot, mdy.D7,4t CapUln. 'Dodge:and his'meta,,' acm of good tracking laadj atbrais ; ,PciMM Attttitfoe de asr a raw'Isrs' ,ri1t r.i acu r'

probably take! : prepared, bt..o;- Glade, live miles Croa Miamifttafgood wfctsa' 'jitcr1an W E. : :>*
hie bam..4s'w1B I..s"I. YOUNGS.
neXfpt in; t. 'enUcaa aa _'U possible which w1J1JUkeJt. task road.>Call oa or address [ THE .. }:: PROP.' '
,w k1J; ( .be totaaratr.' ," qF! -' ,T:. K ;: BIB.BOAT.{ 4' r1"- -ft- > i

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s 'THEcblORH!|[ HERE AND PEJJFJILf ELSEWHERE.ij ,, He was Cut:to.t-- Sail QITEST ijN'SN'siWEt, { Jjt Soi fJ1 t RUilW! ;: "



i : That Suited Him j i 4 q .,i rr :J v -. '\ '-j,1I t ,

r"i I and as a result we ire World's ,l.4..j
3' 1Ir.;Jla1lJ Wells is still holding his Information Interest to the Prospective I Settler Fair; Route: ::

own Ii business. now working |
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's FOUR MEN TAILOSin Concerning Miami and the Southern Best Line to St. LouisSuperb ': -t:

All .. invited to attend the prayer ;

" and class meetings to-night order.to keep ahead of Portion of Dade County.So dining car service

Ij our orders. All this has L' .

lr. T. J. Cravatt of Bean Vista, Stop overs going and redwing'
about
been brought by ;
business. : .
was lit town yesterday on many Inquiries are directed to able as In sly section of the country

Badt : Town has the satisfaction which follows the Metropolis by prospective settlersor and far more so than la meaL at Atlanta Knonille tOniSYllle Asbeiille )
% weather la Colored :
work. i it homeseekera concerning conditions THE CITY'S FUTUBE.
3 our
F Ahrown" off business-to a great extent I existing la this part of the country Miami possesses an modern conveniences and, principal !forth Carolina Monntain Resji(

-c atr., olllnn, the father of )In. W. E.Criffln 6 : and the burden of correspondence entailed of civilization as electric lights,

is very ill at the home of the thereby has become so heavy water works sewerage, telephone system See High Bridge (highest railroad| bridge in the world) Famo

)' above! t that we have attempted In the following free mall delivery, three newspapers Blue Grass Region Lexington and Louisville. ,j r-
We make Pants t ?:
: ..- I <| your article to summarize such Information two national banks one State Free reclining chair cars and high class day coacher "Throp

y Mr.rS. Ward was In town on Sunday. measure from? u is most Important and to bank. eta tt has miles of beautiful Pullman Bleeping cars Jacksonville ti St Louis. ": .;'-

He visited Mr. Claud Dorsett while In t answer the questions most frequently streets of native white stone. It Is Folders, rate, etc., cheerfully fufnitbed application. 1> ,
upon
the d y.Schol. IUP asked. It Is hoped by this means that practically the" terminus of the Florida ;f ;;

I! -I $4.5 l i'a sample copy of the paper of which East Coast Railway for though an ex J. 0. Lusk, District Passenger.Agent ', ''t

was not very largely attended hundreds are sent out, will, la most tension of the road has recently been 108 VV. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fr

y a yesterday, owing to 'the Inclement |cases, serve the purpose Intended bet- built penetrating the farming lands -

j weather.a and a Catchy it ter than a JIfII'IOIIIlletter. Specific Information forty-five miles south this is merelya / .-..ruuw r nnnnnrtn I
? may be obtained by writing feeder to the commerce of this dty

p' f There are 188 Afro-Americans employed as low as.$22.ijO; to any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docks CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ;

In the post-offloe In New York whose ad1'llrtlsemenul I appear in this of the P. ftj! O. Steamship Company : .

city and dill receive $153,982' annually. paper; and the best way to become fa- whose lines are operated to Key Westto If you don't want to SAVE MONEY, we fcan}t';i.

; a -fi j jx mllltr with local conditions progress, Havana, and to Nassau. Immense help yon. If yoii do, come

i Last night was the regular meeting industries aad current happenings, wharves, etc!:.. are being projected to :

night: of Royal Palm j Lodge No. 18. while contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly Increased The J A Me iD JAND

of thi'L a of G. and D. of S., at Jack- i'; section Is through reading the Dally maritime business that mast follow on C0;

: .$ ion'a)I aft: i I l: or the Weekly Metropolis, the formerof the deepening of the harbor work on -

.g: '1'-/i/ We Guarantee our w6ror! gire which win be swat!I to any addressat which Is not actually progressing. An Buy YOUR ; i:.frt...

F- -nt East Coast Cornet Band is now back the money you tf d for it the rate of 15.00 a'!' year $L2S for appropriation of $300,000 has been secured Long Leaf Yellow'-

si s 'putting la-son* very] good work In VVCMttiEY three months: the Weekly e. large IV from ,the Government for harbor Pine Framing. : ,

4 careful: practice to goon to Jacksonville J. A. page paper-being settled for, |LM Improvements and the Florida i ;
'BtsBaaaasaasBsaBSaiiiBiBW
at $16
23d instant I i grl East Coast Railroad is per M.'. t
the \< Next to, First Natil 1 Bank year. also pledged to ,'
--;: THE CTTT Of KW expend a like amount. 'Thus (00,000 SBj -1 ::::.

.3 : The 'voters for national election, > Sprang oat of the wilderness eight Is BOW being used for this purpose and I alsosell {
.r -State; ete4:; win begin;';:to practice their '. yean ago, the railroad having reached It Is a moral certainty that farther appropriations a Cement.Boards? same price. We ] J mc;, Brick; [4 kinds i-,
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tickets this week. They! are out Please Magic (pity this point Apr1115; 3EI. Prior to this : win be secured unto. the a Sash. Doors ;Moujdbgs, and, whatever"clsi a
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",=,. govera yourselves accordingly. time one store;whose trade was principally harbor to'la''condition commensurate builder requires (lowest fxjssible J figure; /' I
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.' I 'h -Ti'HOB. Drug y bte.: with the Indians and a few with .Its importance front a' eoBuaerdal. I i ,, "tiJgjTli
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} Porter,],aa- ..........)--", < I.:;:: :. scattered families, eking oat a precar geographical and strategicalby I
been for Congress : tow livelihood by:wrecking sad the aadpofat-'tJQortuee'r-IPtM ;there .kAre4 14th..Street Jiimi,J!>1-

a ,n B District This j.A.BUTLErfjV1. U.lProprletf3 aiaaafactare of:eooatie! starch, were pahlla men at the National Capital .

.1 hoMrabte '. sWaOea' aa I i studs high |a |-.;' | the only evldeaeee of etvmsatloa. Oa and by afl>ha wffl study the location :': -. -.. I ., .'1_"' "; "' ':' .:r : nt.'It

Y= ';!O; the jHStimitioa of'white aDd bIack" !July n, 1SH,'Waal via} laoorpuratedaa of this port and its relatioa to InsaHr. '

L., "*,thW.dUtrict. aod .tail a good show Drugs Patent' 'Meif-* Toilet
S, r Tot election against a; opponea'J' Instance oa record la'which a ,fan ear: nothing: ,of the vast trade Oat aa acre whkh la the wet of sheddrse. GRESSIONAl TICKET
'. '( '':''''' '.4 : Artkles.Sisirks.ami f. inerj fledged dty came Into sstst nor without mast i spring into*dstsaa spoor the further Berth:. TIIeN'an... to twetv.
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'; ,]!r. aid Dune;1! a fat IDemfber StatioDOnly ) i tnt! having bee a'towa., Tare completion : of the Paaaaa ,caaaL thousand plaats to t.>N acre, aa4 '". For Prwidatlat.

..s !;....... : the East tight) Lodged Nor (U8O, DrusrlStorelln.Cjggrgl this neighborhood C..F,Bvrru1L '
.iofCLu.OotO.Tom < this dty;1 is COLAYZfla AZD ., from M est:a:doxea foe< Rs4 ttish +
; J to entitle any community be called most;.casual observer the'possibilities OBXX It ROBThSON.F ,
V :,< .> it his home, on Second. street. -- the future holds to SS cents apiece for Porto BtoeaThe" -
.. a city, leas thaa that number constituting for.the.lIqIo City. ; OEfXW, BOLvESO. .,
Y'' thaij; ] been' HI for several days. Dr.*J. know; result: copy tat will conJ a town At a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.: !. percentage of plants fruiting
-' ,::4 .iPXTpatler:; the: attending phrsidanW the ''purpose 'of' Incorporation three Miami has one of the' best publte 'upon the care and Judgment oerdse .A. CU8HJUN.; j p.
; !trust;that he aaayj!.oon recover and : : la their eultnre some cronh '
State For Con -
schools
first la the
I # b and ou.-half months after the | embracing both gress. Second District:
b4Imaeliagah.' f jji The ad of yours that U fanny enough train reached''Miami.. 144 votes were the common. and high school eoan-. bam, saceeeded in scaring! tnd I JM.CHENEY.tiREPUBLICAN

sp:'2 ...'!':}' tr'j.T":::Yit. ;: '.. -t to make a man laugh Is 'graerally, weak cant 'The phenomenal growth of this .The buildings are large and well ren-., from 90 per cent of the'plants ta theb ,

.:;.f i.."Rogers, thejjyoung: miss whosafeca4e enough to''make, him laagji; at you. early period baa j been ,sustained I tilated, and there la a competent corps plntriea, ,i<, STATE TK bri

-(,' : irlth i Mr.:Nelson Thompson from: t; -. '.}, throughout. the' eight yean of the of.teachers. A Catholic convent to' Lands may,b: mrchased from It o*|Ii For.Govemcri 4 "

-"> ,Flf S.\C, .of Saturday: .night: and for Don't make .-.f' your claims.say city's history.. be' .erected'this summer, which win |10 aa acre up,:depending'ohi'pro aI M. _B, UaeFARLAX?
; been hero
"!-, -.w, Y'. :whiiM"motherJbavlng"" monthsTii i ..!....ld' to be. i most I U your wars: i_ goQ4 y so and I POPUL&TlqN. ETC. provide "Inctractioa for "both sexes.:. ', Ity to roads and shipping point'Goof j, For Secretarr.-of.SU ,_: '
{ ilt >
""" i r .' splendid nick to It. _To.us.. deuce you Miami baa at present! a resident population i There are,also private schools a musical lands oa rock road within I nil'! oar;! JOHYfBORR:
;tV ;jr.x eilea1 songster. Ebe. is also a -: must be confident "I' between and 5000. lathe 'conservatory. and art school Miami be had For Attorney-fUneral: -. '.i
: ,r. winter months this population is that ever educational need maybe somewhat leas than that sum for land. 8. ClIBBERLT.- !
,:f," ineewaT.: ;, She i pas had several PROMINENT P lPI .. "There For .Comptroller "L 'tL
'. t of _, !: augmented by the, addition of ,hundreds supplied. are about thirty not immediately on a road. The same ;
1 J ...,.;. "r.9>terms vnfverstties iris Cbatiln VDtyersitT.South one for 'the4.e4Iirtion'of the 1 w i' of visitors'' mostly of the wealthiest ; flourishing' schools In' the county. quality of land farther away ..froactradsportatloB J. L; SKIPPBRrfi iFor"State a**.-
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'beet ij jfhe woeeYeli-u '
tt
1".j:t a come I Every religions denomination .Ti+
classes, who to enjoy the la facilities caa of coarse! sarert. ,
'eblorei
WeTgUdl
i! "the people. much more'general su5ih1llon'0 the and fishing' In represented, and the following have be purchased for E. U, BREL3FORTX-_jj
&s- Ideal climate the\ finest ; The land .. aa
: .Welcome this|f dung miss to our White House than m For State Superintendent F of
handsome PalastmctloB.
the world. To accommodate these church bulldlngr: Prsbyterisn. promising' la appearance to those ae
.... -l ",._ ::.1iea. *) jbirgeUst. : of .cultured young tress of the f .- ( "* ?
;
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,.b \- atf I "visitors there iare' numerous hotels Episcopalian, Catholic, J(. E. cnstomed' to- the deep. rtcb.IO, oi

't'.I',!:t: ./. H.. : 1l. /f '' .:! a Coleridge British -- hadl: Coleridge visit the : and boarding bouses. principal among Church M. E. Church South and other ,Btates,{being rocky",and aaadyj! For Commissioner w R. crxa.vi*- ;

< :,.: f ::; "Z 'ills.* DruscmaSweeting's?' books have" United States ,this | Ho Is one I whlehls the Hotel Royal' Palm, an Im- Baptist yet results.tang I be obtained,'IraQI b ofJ.8.ROWLET.Agri.
!: f'i menseNranding; <40 'feet long 300 feet far la fleets<< of the returns reailsW ,.
> "' f :"atHved.! This, "boat:, "The Life andyVfyrk" of the most res In the ; SOILS AND PRODUCTS. For Railroad Commissioner
;
:k anoNflve stories high with accommodations from the more fertile sections of th!
m'a : wide
of.Booker T4; iWaaMngton. la a world! of music i s I' H. T. RITCHIE.'
:-: Tor SOU' guests,'.beside lobbies | The principal Industry a. this section country. IVUllser mast be used bof (;_ J
; ;., book'that, sbonld.bP.In. the home of Maceo-Antonio M the son of For Justice of Supreme Court for
'iJa" r.< I offlcea is the growing of fruits and win- the returns more than the ea'pendltnre
rotund dining Justify
toy and girl who .want to make the late General Antoto of *, rooms
i I I| Mateo of >
Six Yesre
"w ,: :. ':{j aY ter vegetable, : : _
\: +' '= ,,;;_:a k tin' 'UeT Its OUld h! read from:,:Cubs has registered ai.dmdl'lIt:: of lhe18mlth etc It Is set ra. twenty; acres of tropical for the Northern markets involved W. a SHEPPARA ,
i .
4 }t: :'ttivct'Ip: Cover..' Thjs Is the real: work!I I College of APjt l(d Science at : gardens I beyond descrip Tomatoes form the staple crop, People of energy and Industry an For Justices of Supreme CpnrU'/
,,l.' -. tend of him: A tion. There are several other hotels but ,there'.re large quantities of other "
:' ;c| man; e1'1'fi1IDch ''Syracuse.k/ vegetables heartily welcomed, and the country O. 8.FARR.l
f' ,f"18Im.. try mtleue the author of this boot'j I Kearney ( that marks :, smaller than the Royal' Palm, to be I grown inch as tomatoes development being practically Just bf C. ft, ADAMS rE
'- V sbour" that'i he does recognize a'reafl I'the There Gene sure, yet tarceiaa4 (rttiVbetter. service egg plant, peppers beans, etc. The r4
.' *, jnot- : spot fhIL Kearney gun there la room for an to reap th* P.'AJCTEL j+?
r a ;.:?; ,Alan orrealwortWho} ]| ; is it In:this fell in the battle offoush Ctlty, Va. Is a thajn Is usually found' In towns of planting i ito season extends from about benefits which must ensue aa the result -

;:; gantry; 'o i: an y' country, that 'shows cross of'plne.; e ijd that was twice the size., At this writing" another October January 15, and the bulkof of such development Capital find* REPUBLICAN COUNTY TJI ;
Hof ,,"o-t 'that old Jfohnny i lYHtori'hotel is la process of the shipments are sent North from CKET
;t e amount jobstanWal | 'placed there; by an Reb- here most profitable Investment, whiit For the LKgizlaUire
"c' )$okn'taD showl I[koae.- Nofnot'one.! captatpJ. N:. Ballardt,;General Lee's ,. erection: \ November until May although there labor is in demand and well paid. Pete DR. H. C.: HOOD.;; .'

r 1 hersliave been a'feol of talkete'but old chief of scouts, CJkjftaln Strtagfcl- The population Is eoemopolttajvev- being practically no difference in the pie of moderate means who come heft For Clerk of the,Circuit v*.
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T: {i 'this; mils. (is a'''doe Tb re have been low, has told the story r .how the tears! ,ry State In the Union furnishing hf. seasons seeds may be planted or vegetables and buy a small tract or land, make)r MOROANE..JCNESiFor poortj"

='; "'gl .r,,", t.:j..l'der.J#jof, Pl nl1e.'.| but this ,manesrmsnT'af -ame' Into' the:eyes of"Wee and Stonewall quota representatives.. An undesirable gathered any day' In the yur. modest home, set out fruit, trees, aa. Sheriff: ;t2 f

=''-\,," .d res. .. t'plans.I "1 boy. a1 girl Jackson when th&)hear" of Kearney' foreign eletjsent Is unknown. Vegetable are grown usually on the while waiting for these to come lab H. T. FERRIS ,

++F. jx'a"' *-r a.'Oman' can" go to.Talk' see Instflein death. He.hadben. with; them ,CLIMATE.. prairie lands, whhlch are free from bearing engage in trucking are, a] For County Trwurarerj, n

r ,"!..J..' a' ,Mite; ,q-d' .any kind of 1n- In the Mexican earn fin, and they Writing from personal experience ,. timber, and' are composed of a kind of most without exception successful JUNE JL ROWLKTl
: astir lrqm-.gtDabJ Ii i- From an engineawn loved him. titter California and other sections marl.
!
g J1 .!: : jisltln And this success costs less effort this For Tax CoH
: Fruits ". i'to"a baby K rriage, and*Iii: fact where climatic conditions are are grown on pine lands, In' other parts of the country walk J. \vnj5ON.. }

tltaoft i. il any ladustr.l .. one*.wishes to take SAVES TWO FROM DEATH. considered: at their,best, we can unhesitatingly which are. slightly higher than' the the climatic conditions render ont-doo- For County Assessor of Taxes_ tjl

"& .'' 11P 'lien sabe'op.tl WhYh you "Our little daughter 'San' *almost say that Miami has the most I This prairies, and In thj! section very rocky work possible every day la the year D. L. HUGHES:, :
ion't'knowv broth! jr; 7011'are the one perfect winter> climate in' the' Unlted rock Is m peculiar coral formation
; [,
of4whoo with For
the health benefits
s \ fatal attack C cough and of such ai County Superintendentof."Pat!
: 4hat'sno: good. ,H Is :&doer ;yon States. Cold Is almost unknown even containing a great; deal of plant food '
w and bronchitis; writes,Mr W. K. HaTlland open-air life thrown in. At the sain Instruction:
0:(, :-., -'talker. aeeT j.l'} (t'il' of'Armonk, N. y$"but when all the slightest l--i being very rare. as" 'evidenced orange by the fact that In many time, people who are enjoying best REV a O, J1ERRI .'
> !IJ. places and other fruit trees
S .. other remedies failed ",. saved her life The .warmth ( nmmer/ Is tempered Been are and moderate success la their pre.bnt For County Surveyor.1 .
t TERSE irWw Atlantic to be bearing thriftily though ,
;i by5 the eoolln from the -
TALK ADVERTISING.
t *t with Dr.King'Newlscovery.. Our abodes, had better stay where they art J. IRVING GORTO i.. ft
= apparently standing on a solid plateof
: : : ; niece, who had ronran)tion In an advanced and Ce'highest temperature There should be weighty reasons to'inOnenea For County Coinmtodone,
't\ recorded by the government thermometer this rock. Being of a porous. '
heavy stags also,nsed this wonderful to make a of ) lit District
',." \ 1t'ian't the. big; black .tie. the. ; honey-combed structure the roots of anyone move sae -HARRY RIC IIA
the months Is 98.
} t R -' '. Border,the"larlsh,' splay. It's, the argument medicine and today *pe Is perfectlywell. during nmmer. the trees are enabled to penetrate It Importance. People who have madifalltres hid District-a C. 'NAUGHT"4th
HEALTH.T.he
,,, :,,','" ; in tile printed 'statemert and ." Desperate thrpajt and lung diseases i and draw ample sustenance from what elsewhere are not likely to| b District-R. 3. PECK;';
first In
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t_ ?Jt:t: '? Ith.100ciS- ,the argument' that yield to Dr: Ktatf New Discovery city ran among the would appear to be very successful here. Intelligence an' 5th District-WALTER WALDI

.i.a"r; i' buildc.inees: 4 as to no other nie&rlne on earth. the United, tato'in point of health. a very unpromising Industry are as essential to good for For Members of School Board:

..; ". : Infallible for oughf and. colds. BOc"and There Is entire 'iwlmti rrom diseases"nalaria.. makes source.a beautiful This and rock durable by the building way tune here as In. any other pan ofth1!! lit District-. T. ZI LER.

, : .<''t- .' Insplratioas; good things. But $LOG bottles':guranteed. by all. end there are rn'preyafiinr: globe. 2nd District H. S. IHtLER.Srd .
and I
the house
h"'b material new court
Those allwentr are common to
"r: : collar]:>m quick'wrtling. i nd :set 'em down injjon't druggists. Trial botuSi, free. : If it Is desired to la District--a P. YOUNO .
tnjd well
all parts of 1". ii-ountry Teem tu be jail, as aa several residences engage genera '
:G.. : } They usually come I' here robbed. tr "art of their power U ink! the city, built of this stone, are farming; in the raisins of wheat con For Justice of the Peace: -
time and wait for Speaker Cannon's !|iJKhlng reference1 2nd District
r. J'-: around.the, seconirej id a -E. WHIZ DEX.
: much admired all 'r oats peaches, apples, grapes]
; "I.ar.. by visitors ft also u
they usually "" In s mild form
: hdabake: :+ ..I' "Pilgrim's."Progregsjjt} Teems to Indicate 3rd District-Frank I NER."<
4 c ,) '.", ."....' ftis'arrived and rarely leare the bad effects which makes tha finest road material In the other products of the temperate tone
,r' that Uncle"Joe at the 4th District-C.
W. >
: :.s ;..A+ -rrE rprldjand Dade leads xll oth- one must east his lot some hundreds f1'I pl gc:j
: fL-bnttertng generalities-' don't a4waysgllttw. "Slough of Despond stfge' of the cam,. fallow In the -Jib' of like diseases" county I 6th District-W, J.
: ) elsewhere. 8<--!'rt frTw end diphtheria .rs: lai' the State In mileage and condition miles to the north and accept the cole oREE c
'
." Tae: pobBc. want to paign. 'J For :
'l 't: \ .hoping; ij -- unknown while typhoid !of her highways.iThej that Is part of the legacy: of laud- !
""I-Jf know the whys ai d wherefores the Ins 3rd Dl.trlet-DAVID McCVNE
.. 1 and oUU;:.. the J hat'. the-useness of TESTIfONTI' ; MINISTER. fever Is ,f +1! 'I>MM of. ft ,n desirable : frntta'eultlnted are chiefly where these things can be growr 4th District. R. F

r,.. heated' plates r" thnw suffering from crape-fruit oranges, and pineapples. tether Is this a stock-raising eonntrjThere 5th DIstrict-L ft # ..
| atawepher i flrtoa
: -.N;',* ?; 3Don't %- Rev. Jao. 8. Coi'Jpf: Wake 'Art; 'ung troubles... asthma. catarrh and nnavaa.I mangoes, avocado. petra and is a "no-fence law," which:Its i adv. v .

; ':; :get cc. .fret because you can t writes,'-"For twvrr|;s'jears I sufferedfromTelkrr.JanndHl > similar :.disesseeJwhleh are'prevalenttn.eoUeVdlmttaC Times ;iare largely produced bat being treat boon to the settler of llialtwneana __ __ ______4
? I consulted: ? parsons affected 'ndlrenous to the country they thrive ': and'there, is very little! liv
1 trace results from Ute ttrst Insertion. Mtar CURES AND
. ;_: 'RepeUtioa) i...1".. effect and effect Dumber of physlclaiij; ;[ and tried aU "with"B...'ms have come here with tattle or ao cultivation. Citrus stock. to the count On the othI CHILLS EERrt

.e ".Y ,speUa puIMag fewer." sorts of medldnei4 bpi got no valid and have ben/eared or greatly,benWntted. seed require from three to five yean I hand If It'is desired to engage in tD.nltnre .

-'c : "ltI' i: .IUCosststeoey ," Then.j began the $i of Electrl BIt .,' Of'eourse,.thla'is not'the case sifter planting to produce fruit.Plae- of citrus fruiu. pineapples, va O. W. Wnrt. Naaogod Des,:

-fI s j. ,.f .'and persistency are, a ten and feel that rtt 4 Boir:.eared of t tdivas. la evt .Initane ., People"die,here ts ippk

am! ..tdwatag eosthotwtlos.a .:' e':Ithat_had .in4 te,Its" trap:Ax they.do' ev erywlRet. *, ilia! No eoatrJ ,bat resembling the cactas.sad which growing ,of, vegetables at thej' sea fever for three years; he a aid not

-.'. J ;-.I.L...;;.:...-.;., twave..7-.ra.-j{ !t- --t E'rilable has yet been discovered where people W propagated by setttac sups or on of the year when aQ other parti anythng that would help her tilt.
i' '' ;. t i' to ymr fr---; =MbJect-TfliJup> -. onn 'medicine c rft.er, !and kidasjr are' ImmmneTrbm' death.;sad slseaae.At .. :.et... bear fruit ta tt months after >:.t the country ant la the grip of jwla used Herbine. His wife iR sot k

" (. It-ubb1e over th'information about 1 I 1b'm1111 :1It aci 7 dltorder.et QacIblltT. the awe;tom;; tt-mgi... tbi ttaattac.1, la this eeetloa they are !>rr, this eeetloa offers decided advent house without it.' and eaaaot sar':

-. : ,;th. 'foods' yovW total' to exploittnoir --j! get Electrte.Bitters.':It's..., ranT;tald:that h.IeosdlUesstiadtaSto trowa I la the open, there. betas'M. BsforproteeUo tges over..any. .other :portico oi th< much'for f See gold bk Red

",' ,ev'iytpin. abodt: .'(enem'.theicYfi;treed: bj4ulr 4tvg1itL'y; Cal, ..f ",=,t. gisail'heaitthtaM ile as. tkrw -, :. : from cold, and i "nltM Stag i Phannacr. -r f. '?
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ficHTiNa UOTS'jOT .J1Pit1iE8E. TWENTY ;
Out -a.Rail rav 4', 411.1'.r :p/aJ' *rvt _irs C Jf .* '" ; '!! ** .

zmcmrx YAT29I9w.' Story of .Desperate Infmntrymtn I muse Sara'a PunIc. Man Who Dig Ditches, cQmm & n RN R: .'

(tratet How the Little lien take for a Living., '1 ,
t'J iitW. o.a Nanaatew.t No.fe r I : !
pailt.tb.Iart Care of ThemtelTe -
The' Real Estate and'Rental 1l'12th
Passale [ Agenta
A (N. J.) dispatch has this
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tl.R7 Mtap Le q Ioa_. .. a.R7I11pp A Berlin special to NT of a laborer of that town who : I
--, ---+1--. _Ia. Ry m At Yrto., Ga...... ......_._.,. RI IOa. correspondent gives .Street ::::;: Opposite First.National. .Ban. .
FC61m11aa... _.b..ky IMa ArAUa U,0..__,.___.__. tlo ky Ie1SckMIou. he following account the desperate knows not the luxury of sleep: ..
._..,.,..._ _......bp Ry 1 ata AT Home, Ua._ .._..._.... .,len Br r ri.beo Passaic jhas of ... t '4- j
.. _-a0. Ry I U Rip Ar Dalton ba .. ..._ tl0 Rr 1 ace.IM.rlllq. courage of the Individual Japanese a rival Trenton s .. .,. .....
..._ .... .... W,. Re rt AICbatta.awTeon. .1 hr t tJSa soldier: sleepless wonder. He te Jacob cute- -'- : .
ArLezlugto. _..., AC b1DpltlclneD4.
._ L _.4__._!. Rr S 42p ArCiarlsiuu'.Otlo'IvClBSlwutLO _.. ..-_.. ] s C l i soy "Near Taschlcbao we pursued'> Jap h 2e, sixty-seven years old who says I trtn
.. -.. ; I _. .. .__..._,.. roux l S lot.1.e Infantryman Into a'':,Chinese house h. has not Slept in t1l"cnteu- I
......_ __e. a A!!!!!!So. pl .. Ig Four 1 DOANE &
rg ay I ? AULERsa$
Iwp llno's I
Ciatlotat.elll. 14o.Ky | 6 lop LT.Cincinnati,o ... ... .. where he rushed up a loose stair or family, neighbors and physitestifjr -
waaYl tttaa-- BY V Sup Ar Cbino. Ill Pa Lttw Y4 adderway leading to loft and cll.DJI to the truth of his statement
a begs
...,... ...-.... K I11aSp m IaLMI U .. +
141ia1ettla ,. PRR zua ArCbfcaa..i,} ..... .. .w HaC I. Tar to shoot We had no ammunition so He has consulted physicians In DEALERS IN "
r far Hari U .. VISpQ thought we. would burn him out. when Passaic Paterson and elsewhere, but I. .
.. H t D a td
Tol.dr 0
S. ltaabt.pe.4 P'luri4. Liaal'eS:' Ar Ar Detroit MIeti- ti a D 7m.a down went one of our men with a one has been able to make him sleep. # -
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hit. Ra Drawmg Yorll.j a 111"181 c'r L ilBclnn tl.O__ _.. .. atop bullet through his baC C. This made us CUteJlne' war born in Holland but Choice meAts, Live s" Meata. Cboke$ Poc--1i"..

Ar i.TCInclnnailO Pin bur I ,Four Y mad, and we rushed up the stair. There came to Passale with his parents when and dressed poultry p&IRATAEAT.Polite AIteDtioa '"

S; !"The Land!aikr. Nu iA Ar Cl r lai.d. o ._ ... ..T. Lar ) s 13.RT wo* room' only for one at a time, and a small boy. He was a strong lad and .

uD Ar Loutovllle.' K|. : Rj I r asp Miaha MedvedUeff rushed first. The for years worked on a farm. When h3Wall r
Ar it. Lniiiii. UO Jap waited till MIsha was on him. and a ;young man, he says, he was ableto
Aucceaaoes I. c. P. tiACt81t011 .
IeN.C.- __ BaR l 13Vp Xa. IV--lh Florida Llinil .r DVIyMiid then fired right through his body, go several days without sleep. He co. ..... .......lb. _.aIr.
6 tlSti Ttmtl"N.CJu astr Ry aaV Va1V, alreplnal'anJacI.unTUl.to mrtlmlrd train. thr.vmcbfu hawYat.r and PiUlmaiiL wounding tno man behind. The rush tells: of being employed about barges Comer 13tll St. and A... D _..... a...... !
horn behind drove Mlsba's dead bodyon on the Hackensack river and says he
ep'Lstda_. ._ _...._eo.a 1aeVCtseioa.tl.
dbla.... Q t V V "a N0RTHWEST. j No..137V top of him and the third man takIng worked day and night all summer with I
ly .limas IINB.IOIt-kurm as. I IgMep1sgC.r but few hours' I
advantage of this hacked at the a sleep each day.
belWi Jau148.vW.and l.v* J JkwavUi Ga .,..r'L.. _.._.._.-..._.. .. 1So ao ay y I, toBp SSV lap, cutting his neck. fellow. face yelled "About that time" be continued. "my I f : l

T } Ar Ar Karon.Atlanta ba.lia_ .. .._. _...... .._...+1 *.$M o Ry Ry I 3 5 tis *a and fired again killing our third wife was taken ill, and my expenses World's 'Fair RatesThe
.
Ar AnniMnn.AU -. 'So Ry 8404 man. Now it was my time, and though were so heanry I could not make a \11"Ing'tor -
itw llctttsl: Ar Blrmlnnam.Alt .-..... Ry 11 LtaArMrmpbia.Tenu.
To ...... .._.44 rt. u es p. I knew I was done for. I felt no tear.but' iny family and pay the doctor's
.
,}'.F f. I Arxae .t'tt .1ln. .. rlwo.l. only thirst to cat down the Jap, 'Ills.' '''I often lay awake a good part
11. Lous loi on Said Via .
.
AI HM tiarl'ncark" q M.1 who laughed at every shot However. of the night thinking about it, and ;
r a'..3} i No. -Tbc.FlortdaLl. W d."' I wasn't going to give{ myself away so wondering )f I should ever be able to f
.
a r Instead of rushing; on. I stuck my lance pay my d@bta. Finally I could not ; ab

-Hew 4-. Yak. Wa, 11 QJ&OO.el IKKIVAlJj<'.-So.*:Al,-W JACKSONVILLE..htogcnn; and Morlda: Limited .E..a. m. The Jap drove it down with his rifle sleep at all. I.was. then forty-seven L. &, N. R. R Y
Cklca u.c.1ocl'aau.4nattapone.ete.-u, II,"Florida Umted."P. m.RanatOayahmuhlsBtrminJham.ter muzzle, but it went through his knee. years old. a
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**PloW Liotit i. VAS a. '
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otaelaaaLL haeplte.te.-Nu. b. V'sabiua, on and .I..rlla U. trttgSl'J* a..mh' He yelled and shot at me, and I tumbled "I am sixty-seven now and I have I
r down, and remembered no more. never slept! a wink since. I go to bed
.. 'Bottnd tnp: ;Summer Tourist Ticket now oritalej | ,
There were three blood-thirsty demons at night and lie awake thinking I getup
U.LD3K'Oistrtet H03 W. BAy 8tJu7 ODT1l1e. 1&UilJ morning Excursion Tickets; now on sale daily :,
In the
; fAlUDrU. Aged, behind, and Muter Jap wasn't safe yetI with a headache,
a&*ACBLBT'tl.il[. W. H TAYLOR. d.*- A. ,.r heard afterwards how he rushed at and feel tired and sick. I dress and gout from Jacksonville; 'Jo] St.

IDWICI. Pi]' '1'. M. BROIJln'ORGAir! A-- G. p. A. one'man who hesitated to go on, pulled > into the air u soon as I can. and Louis and return .
hate over the bodies and struck him after 1 have walked around awhile I
with a knife. The other two men were feel refreshed and am ready for break- i I. "
. . . Return Limit December
JE Q ARfD fast is 540.65 151 u
; 1lL\B knocked by shots. When more of our My appetite good, and I work ,

_ men came up they fired the house after every day." 33.90 . . . .\. Return Limit 6ot da] s x

Air Line Railway pulling me and the other wounded out Casteline' is employed as a laborer 7.00 . . . ... .Return Limit 15 days ;
: t1 t .1 The Jap seeing he was done for put by Acquackanonk Water Company. ';

t JJ his head through a window and: langb- He was yesterday working with a pick '
: r 1 FOR The I. & N. is! the best line to Si Louis ,: rt
es' Then he jumped and was caught and shovel,in a ditch and U well and 4
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iVanaah. Columbia, 'Camden, SoutheiPines; on a lance" I itrong for a I man of his age. .

.ilcighr Richmond; VVashinKtoaQBaitinore. STATE SEWS- The case j of Railroad Commls- For rates, schedules and car reservations,
h imM
I':1iPhiladelphia.: NewlYork.f loa against the Atlantic?*Coast Line 1 I t
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\. ;::; ki ... :- .. I: r )Ir. George Game has an eight-foot and the Seaboard Air Line to compelthe I a.
,, {:'*r :TWO? Elegant Trains. ily. fl i iaboardExpress i alligator that be caught a year or more railroad to put into'operation the J. U. FLEMING, C. L2; STONE' '

: : -,:.SeaboMj-d Mail since, and- haa kept in a pen ever since, rate of 1 cent' per ton per mile for all 11*. Pus..Aft,206 W.Bij fit Jaekip atfflasleeping. O.P.Jfa,It11111Dg.t. '
and. as thOl1&'hi.lhu completely : shipment lot phoephate within the $ + _
,; c t ernYnllman Equipment i tamed the brute. The,alligator seemedto I State 'as' Ordered by the commissionlast -' ". I yR

t," i .cr." understand what was said to him : Jlareh.lrs now before the Supreme .

(, t 1 : :torTnY trrEopertiiit .I ; by"Ur. Cause,who fed and watered him ,:. Court. Testimony was taken Wednesday 1 Do 'Youintend l i ', :' ; Mann-

>> JlctsoatUhltorettl111sfull'h ; regularly; but on", Tuesday morning, .1 and thf case waa argued Thursday To BuiW S
slee srtfrom"r ,
dlUf. l'allb ; ;" when Mr. Cause 'catered the pen U I The Rallroaa Commission was represented >\ \ ;? ;v|;::- ; : 5 9. aV ,2
q <; .Jy-:: !. __ | usual with a: bucket of'water the big ,by J. at. Barn and the railroad : '"

; .',: _mi. 'icQ- ; ...a '*steeper erv uon,call on uy ient of- the reptfle made a dash at him with wide jy John EL Cartridge and Judge George ;SAVEMONEY? [ T 3

Seboar rriu open mouth and Mr. Cause,barely P. Raaey, There have been several -i!
I C-
; YCQO JL[ it'csdL- raTt. Ja k"niHie"F managed ,to get out of the pea in time ease which may be regarded a* skirmishes :

".. "" ;d'. ... ... .. ,. : r '''''' to escape the angry brute. Ur. Cause but the case now before the I INFORM THE in jwhic'all.bniicnes of the Building r

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q-.c.: a'y' LS"T'n \ r..P.ass..Avt..ti; war
: N ; ." somewhat surprised u this was Supreme Court, when decision 1* rendered -
the; first time the animal had ever will settle the matter.-Jacksonville I Tde are ;; vThe ..
;Jtte cllauta of the .East Coast. Cf Florid I III manifested any :vicious spirit The! Sun ; member* of this auodaboa' checr

aemr iieet .." t .tW'; t t ,.I.Il alligator U now for !sale and would I ContractorsAssociation full, will :'tnrntta,pUn .pedfica- '
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BROKE INTO .q
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*;;\--I-,Ir ---:' S Le Qulnn, of Caveat, was Contractors ,,

/Among the antiquities In the possession robbed'. of his by Invasion AMI.FLORIDA;_ 4 l: t..
of residents Is' a file of an old of chronic constlpaUbB. Whet .
( ',French newspaper);owned by )lr. J. P. Dr. King' ,,New Life Pill* broke intc I F X
I Dodge. He has the'tonsecu tire issues his house his trouble wa*attested and ""

from July 3d to December 31st 1804. now he Uj!!entirely curejt'' They!*

Thai name of the publication is Gazette guaranteed' :to cure at all dnigstorea. GlubbinRates'

Nationals on L e Moniteur Universal. -; ,- :
has been taken to WATER. SUPPLY VERY LOW.
Evidently great care :
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preserve the ancient file U It la In : : (
xc I'Hent condition.." St Augustine Mills Are, Forced, to Shut' Down at ,
Record. Gainesville, Qa.Galnesvilje .-

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I OM on 4 \ 1 There Is'every reason to beUeve that \ Ga.( O toiler. 11.-Th. The people l of Dade cou ty will want-all the new!

he I!thriving,town of Delray will soon Water supply is ge'ttlng .lower than It this year as it is to lie an interesting one be

\ifl be able to bout of one of the largest' has been before for a long'JLm Owing cause of the elections, .
and} most important industries in the. to this fact the Pa olet Cotton Mills 4 =.,

tate of Florida. Being In the center were forced to shut down Bad rest fora
of. pa fruit and vegetable district of few 'days' and will be'compelled titake StatUnd
National
Iasi. upper Dade the town affords exceptional things slow until lima sufficiently County !

advantage for allied Industries to run; all the waterto I -- .
IT.F connected with the growing of pineapples operate jthls engine of' industry Is

aod tomatoes. For a long time somewhat out of the ordinary but It Ia I

there has been. an agitation to establish a fact The spring at New Hotlam The Metropolis ;
I! here' a canning I factory It Is are low and the lake U three or four

tai IM ate.tkeegr 44eir,il.eatiidsreasl / realized jot Inestimable that such.1 benefit'an! industry, not only wouldbe to feet The lower drought than usual.Is also affecting the Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offa
ttgll.sad TegtaalIsar d nr tdl.h W'w
y such attractive rates for various ;
this town. but. to. the surrounding electric company's plants at both the newspapen ,. ;
iXD U *ATLB,LlU.WOBT8 ad81SC-ET ALE.eWLZ1wCOAST country.: There would be no occasion Chettahoochee. and the Chestatee d&1Dl.i i I that there should bejno/ excuse for people re # xi

? to; :/worry aa to the disposition of the It I* now taking both the power plantsto maining in ignorance asto[ the happempgs o
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ZULWA surplus crop of vegetables, forth. factory run the can and furnish power for the year. I

would handle all'the product not lighting, and:I other purposes.CURES i ,
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required .on the northern markets. Iof I,

s1'. .'j tour representative learns that nego: WINTER COUGH.
i la}ions< are now In progress 'between RA i IES.

i thi, leading growers and a large Baltimore J. E. Goter, l01.N. Main Ft, Ottawa .

-srm for the erection of a canning Kan.. writes: "Every fall it has beer t T I

factory. It is learned that the my wife's trouble to catch a severe cold The
Daily Metropolis
fw essy sff asMtttal *'* lealiBiriii ctC lfhellb j wiii! ic Jlasisaht company propose to j j Invest between and therefore to cough all winter long One i 4
r JIIIUI.-, l utkle-taheuthy egtesr'a: ;{. 1135.000 and $150,000 In cash agreeingto Last winter I got for her a bottle o< and | Year

..I.Lr.&lUft,, .A.1TCgltlli.;, J 1UbDtt. Deposit $100,000 before calling on the Horehoun4 Syrup. She used It and hat >

_,." .' ..IYIltarlA a.tatra':,.;...-- "..:,.' ,jtbL......r t'l tit ckbolders. Every,'oonddence is exDreasedthat been able| to sleep soundly all nigh' Daily TimesUhionSemiWeekly : $IQ.OO. !
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-; : .-',\ )le -if'P'U4 .rC llih-aAa- long. Whenever the cough troubles
., Ii '_:.:. ."' :;_ "', the factory will be built I I
at I Ian 'early date and that the canning ,her. two\ old three dose stop the cough Tmes-Union| 15.50 i t
..' : soon' 'and she liable to be ana welt" 25cWe.
;" :: Industry will become a reality. up

; p--Atla: .JItI( ;, Tropical Sun. :,, ILOO.J.; I Sold: by Red Cross Pharmacy. Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times

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.f< .4i Union :
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;;> 3.- 1 > 1 ) : SAVED H13 LTFK. I ; : $2.0cs
; .lgakke.t m.U"e Ot u tntttt nf9 'North. East. ands; |fcet ,via J
Takl }. W. Davenport'wingo.) Ky.. write I Death to those who own lied mho With Atlanta Journal twice a week 12.2 .
'ThefriiacW ;: IAD4 |
IC COAST New :Fk rto ,.Special.
: June 14, 001I. want to tell yon I believe ,In thej eight of God Is not a ca'amlty;
$ 'PIIUmaatrain; I or Compartment filerplngj. Dining and ObsejrvKloa I Can. : 'Bt11ud'g'8now]Liniment. saved It Is only an'asy thoroughfare to tiGloryjLand .. With Weekly Palm Bea ph News f 2.06 i iI

etrlc'I1Pt.4' t:,lens 8t _Aurustlne dally except Sunday at U under ol beyond the raYo!. .
life. I was treatment ., a
my : ; 15
+i >t'arriviSWV1.,T rit-4'ttJ'.1Ial.fl5'lowIngday.'t': : .fjl-; t ., two doctor's, and they told me one blmy I I : ..
k': 'I'-i'',:''Ilarlair'.adW:; 'Indlan.Llmlt.J. carrying Drawing-RoI ;I,,81e>Per* andPIaing. lungs, war:entirely"gi ne, and the THE BEST DOCTOR. Old subscribers must par all back does before t oe ;

Cary; :,!Ma1rg} Jncksonvllsr_ "at;:f:00'A-1L.d&UT7_ arrive,JPew fOO other,badly affected. ''I also had a lU1Plimi'lfdi :. can take advantage of these -offers and ois

J i !: '(cIOD't think that I could RerJ B. JC. Horton. Sulphur Spring in advance must accompanyan"'orde s '10 :
e C lesie and Flndda Umft 4. oMd-PnlliMa. train of e..., :fag and have teed over',two 'month longer J Texas writra.'July IMh. l-SW: "1 aav these combinations.) '

'. ulaafdnleira7ttksoevUle diAy':: ':10-rXan1''' -- iOn was"Induced bit trend to'try Ballads used In mjj fanlly Ballard's Snow Llni \ $

-P '&rfoIl>oing;sa1! full .lieS sc'Lot1t It1aepef.a sit ( Loot Snow Linlment, The brat application meat and Horehound Syrup, and the' "
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: ,/j "' ;'It ( have proved certainly satisfactory.Th t'
_, mitgirtrepef two ftDfboW..ftft4
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; ..... : ''\ : :' 1.f:: care ; fifty .. "' _
: :ax>tflyer t :JaebaII.m- $:p': P."M'aUy:.J rateki .OraaP ':1H.Bound and well H. ,liniment la the beat we have ever ue : 1 'i'( ": f"- ; :&" "
'toQlaio'' '4I&. t.oata:.'*irt,1q'O'Ca oU; Lo Ip Is ;'a wosderful.medkbe and I.recom- for.hedaCh.* and Dpi 'The coup "-
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] it'to syrup
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A:; .. ono iag I man1a6; .. ', I l> ..r.: t1.. :' : rOM &: ;
"' ''De r<:quickest | W ftor a.'iiir baitba.r.VcWea a7 ,fco.. toan11'wal SOe.tl.rTor: Bile. by. ,.;Red Crow Phar- ;.eight yean.ZSe.. lOc fl.00.- -Sold, b;

eat'_.to LtoBlavnis 1UD RESERTATONB: FBOXPTLT.: _..1--0."... ;;... ..'' ;. <";- '-',,',,;D" 1tedtroas. .;.. 'rDarmaam ; ,r'.q",..". { ;;i i"r.' ...."" "...... ,, ,"" .-"- .1:0.. ., ..... ;
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1: .. :APDa. THE.WEATRER. fcWOBDfr" I, ;

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The' following papers- were filed fort Of Past Week. Kept, ty oes!'Forecaster IRGOING .'" -' "..';:..' .,<.,..."_' ,.... .'0'J'....-.,+. ...., <., .
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- rtcerd In the clerk'* office: of the at- "' > :;
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colt Court today: | d- :
The weather mnrmargfor the past

husband(Warranty to Etta deed. A.Illary Hendrlckson Brickell tad for week as recorded by Mr. ;& V. Blackman I I. WILL YOU BESR; 'Df "
local forecaster, aho i the followIng .
I&0.00 lots I and 7,:block K, east MIL TO BUILD
meterologlcal sum ry, dating .
Ma!.
from last Tuesday. Octob& 11th to 12 ,

'aid tommUsioners D .W. Moran.j deed.''commissioners Annie M. Kins.to o'clock Precipitation today: 8.17 lnchei*| The great J WHEN THE' COLD SNAP 'COMES ? 4I '

In
jA. Robbing for 125.00 five acres est amount of rainfall recurred be- ,
Mttion 3, township' M south, range 41 tween the hours of 6 p. fa. Sunday to If so, we would like to Interest I _.,
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east.jjWarranty yon In using the '--
6 p. m. last night when 2; inches were
' deed, Addle J. Llttleneldtd and the
recorded lesj | mount was
: Tuttle H. Gray for $5.00 and other I .35 Inches from Friday( Saturdayevening. Miami Lime StoneThe \ I '.. ,'' ';

valuable consideration, south half lot i From C o'clock';!&lit night to R will you find it necessary to hustle aroundhit '
id,, block 19, Miami!, I If 1! o'clock today 1 inch preclpltation; : ; ; ;;
Warranty deed Caroline A. Hinckley ;i was recorded the most of It occurring wall of a building or miss-and buy your cool weather suit. ...'' J 1
constructed of his stone 555 .
Walter Lawrence forji.OOO.OO during the night i|
w and husband to > $ after !
twenty-fire acres of land In The average maximum?temperature areFire veryone else has picked out the choicest 1 Ypatterns.

; section 37. township 50 south, range 42 during the same period jwss 82.7 degrees I s -- _,,.1\, .,

'east.. the highest' temperature 89 being : Proofand \ ,- J-

' r- ;Bond for title, Smith Keeler to Ida recorded on the 11 Viand the lowest '\
XT Landstreet for 1.160 lots 2 to 24.j I 70, last night \ 1 }.
block 6; lots 7 to 24, block 7; lots 7 to The general and p- ng direction' practically everlasting Don't mat this mistake. Select Fall Clothes'I
of wind fi be After once up, there Is no
northeast
"t- the was
Y247 block 8; lot I, |block I, sad allot A
block 30, town of 'Modelo; also 42 though for the last l days it has expense of repairing or early. Your common 'sense tells you it is the c4 J
awes I- la section 34;" ''township 50 south, held from the south a variationto painting. The first cost is 'iY
west but little more than wood wiser plan. You Wt the best '"
; range 42 east, except a roadway 15x630 t while thePermanent your money will buy 'f!'

e.. i .leet.!beed., Boston alma Florida. Atlantic The report of the Cn..'!fed? States Commission -I and you get the full' unit' of season's wear for no -- -r'. .

4th Cbast Land Ox, to George f. Coon investigating tPetemer;; ';"n- Costconsidering greater cost, Besides tfiis, you fortify yourself f
for>> $374XxTeast half lot 2, and all of eral Slocum' disaster li iew York har- e

1 Y' l4 3 less F. E. C. Ry. right of way Insection bor last Jure has road4 $mollc Its report repairing re- against sudden changes imp.eather that come in the h',4)4.! m
r 45 south, 43 recommending the removal of :inspectors "
Ac 33. township range pairing, Is much less than
x i fall.Ye sell theHandTailored
dial, containing 22 Rodle, DumdAt ::and Barrrtt. i :::
wood. The Is "
acres. appearance
I I Inspectors In New Torjc.: ,arbor, for a isotuSsT
[(Commissioners and receivers' deed inspections much superior to other I ....
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taxation of steamboat and
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Jobs B. Rellly. :'Commissioner, and materials as the
: by which the Genera! l.curt was allowed Clothing F
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rat. Henry E. Tattle. receiver, to Chaa. Car-) :
to opera' The" Comiclmlon in-
v rill and P. C. Clark for $2,000 lot 13, Architectural Possibilities are ;!
Its report states that tirtl-three or ",
f block. !17. Ctiy of;JMlamL'SMALL the Inspections mad byfther. snowed Unlimited.We lade bj Schloss Bros. & Co '
I a lack of proper duty by jihe InspectorsIn i Baltimore. i iThe r;.. .: ,r ,e
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picture, shows a
; EOT MISSING. that vessels were ope&tlLjc wltho-.it saw the stone to any ;
| nere better nothings stylish suit for up-to-date :young lii l-|l
sufficient life-preservers... Lose, etc. The size. We hare turned ,s nothing -there's b'ood.
tailor" would :
Aj"jnerrtiant followed Troop :1 j to Msnsssss nad report Is very lengthy arid full/ coders columns and planed mould- .'
r When a man puts on a Schloss Suit he feels and for a salt of Ilk. quality ,
: Tailed" Home. the Issues la the rase4 Ings '
sY'y "li : to Return -........::... r.I : Broken stone for Rubble i and! apearanca. We eau fit yod 1
knows that every detail of the cut. make, and fih h with more swagger' 'snappier.,f
Hairry; Klngsler'I'I aged twelve years I Thomas E. Watson, jiandldate for, Walls, crushed rock for : V a li |2S. We also hat lower Pail
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.. aid|tea months has been missing from president on the Peoplef Party ticket Sidewalks and A No. 1 correct.[ look equally as"well( -' T /" It '.
his: home la Stamford. Conn. since' will follow W. J. Bryaa fa Indiana thin j Lime always on hand. \ : i ,
The lad followed restless and =ion I -. Ki12th:' Eij'aQme. 'b
:September X..M04.J t are an to organise
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tie Connecticut: troops to camp at MaL morrow and at.Indianapolis on Thurs- I = : as Low'.aS; ; 2 O

t oaMas, != ;'.last [4een with the Alabama day. '"... .. ..).."",,.'...",... x.;* .7 -. -- t .
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troops! His{complexion Is dark, .s '

'b?tiwa hair;'blue 'eyes, large ears. He The annual meettngDf; the Miami OfferS ... ..
.V ':tore: ; When he left home a gray andTlhtte Cemetery Association tfll be held at ,'

_..,.OJ, ,shirt.,.1I0 .collar I gray trousers', the school auditorium' |oa Thursday R' :" >: '
/ :' -' dark". >at, black. ''stockings- and white,, October. 20th. at 7:30 pjm. :All members W'R' ::1:1'ts: 8, .

} :r" .ewvastlea. [r. of the association and all citizens Cronkhite 1 e e-: m'

s? r = 'Any information ('n regard to this Interested are most earnestly requestedto fI'.c;>..J' ":.. .<".'. ..,-.,-J .1//
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'. lad's, whereabouts; will bra tbanfkully I I7l tttcDd, as there still be an electionof : s.e ur .:
\ received by Willie: M..Br nn.u. chief offlrtrs and,other Important basiI : .s:. :: i x:
... Slrcel
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;., c! 'poHce, Stamforijl Coon. This matter :I ness Everybody forgetthe Co. j Miami Florida: ,.
- ,.2 ) xtka been to Adjutant-Genera! '' time and comt.Don't night Quarry ,'-7"w" \-:: t
i' 7. ->Clifford ferns who Is now making)I at 7:0: o'clock,' Audi

"-"J' att.JeSort. e the boy.-Times- torium' A. .e:. HeyEerf president; G. F

,._' ....S:+..<., i'H'r. .",_ 'i, : 'I Enl .ecreW'). \ | MIAMI, FLORIDA. A LOVE LETTKR. I .. -. ..... .--.
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Would not Interest: yon it you're _'2IIt SaMke ire sialiped ":

looking |for a guaranteed calve for M te way i prr.ftr =
burns piles. Otto Dodd. of i F --r
t 0- sores or kit lea.flfcd. *
Stat lender, :Mo., writes: "I suitered with i
N r S ve Voluntary
ments'y'
To aa ugly;{core for a year, but a box of J. .1;. pill ,eery R

Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's rekf", b gar ft rt>fl iV s s

z y',' Yr ; + from those who ha\"C1 made the the bejt'salve: on earth. 2Sc at all drug ..... j "Vr" >; ;: ;;

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,00 :!' Prove store.REAL t -
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a 'tROSS sp c
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.,- .' :: + -_,, 1 :.:' T: that we make an up-to-date Fire Insurance eVJ E PUNCH I .. "- '

a is I: t _r i itd. Suit in 4 days, or a pair of 1M Her Dri P"tRMAGY ms's

t Mon. Trousers in.. Latest ,
i 5 'f styles Fanmhed and Unfurnished You I+, +
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: r perfect fit, and _satisfaction r. L Br'ae' .PneippJe 'F

of: II! 't !r guaranteed. ;;Residences for the /ihlt. resideat. it3are.- rP at h"will

: t : j We use only the best wool- :Year or Season. ,
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:1 ,. t 00''g'' h1I'o and thefinestofjtrimmings]

r i Tu 'L employ reliable skilled, DORM & SHINE. AGTS. I IW, tarry .. ,- e

4P Y ?r ', : ,: 'F' L'J f and experienced tailors. MIAMI FLA. r..Jt AssortmstefIUVAIU h''

gip; 'x ,< s? If you wish a suit made in .

Pro've" New York Philadelphia or ; as4oksiic

'' ; r '. I Chicago, we will take pleasure handsome det l ct&os ? 1ILi
ignaJocquards
a in taking order as II lilt
; ; your rep5 in I i dtyI
'4f u of the largest andy
resent some
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t' A 11' r o'I' ve best merchant tailoring estab-. I
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It hments in America. I ,
y i We are having wonderful n ,
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I I Success with r---
our Fan pattem

w IlL ri ; doQcapilg direct These from goods the mill are R-

;; awl are what is

i termed Remnants.Factory We Sey. bol 3 s 1lf d r

Pressing, 'and I have them made up i iI I F j .
I in one pound packages SIs t S "; t' .i; '
: Rep il ing. I I and they will a T.'

4 f I I average 10 11 and made under healthy conditions. V:

7;; ; For ladies 'entiand'; misses. i 12 yards Price to ,each$2. We do all mixing, by Uw latest machinery '. ; ;t?.,

% Patterns for enjs' suits Ir trousers pound. patented.z 1 .....:. !r fi",

cut on BatistesWe ;.- .tf
sh110tice a TR"'Y .A. C> .

, S i!' t 'F.. 1 have in dainty Of our I. Brest, i...<
Homemade for '
: Our Prc' ; are I. designs for Shirt health why you should try your It. ...tf; .-

Right' t to All. .' from waists 3 to which 1y yards run for The miles kind around.thjitls preferred, by people. pal ''. .

to the package: the ; :.i iK

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L Ln W to 75 cents. WE DELIVER TO ANY '
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