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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 25, 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
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00188
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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NEAUVEUTISEMENTS, I! they are found in quantity-truly it is

i I LINED TO THE IP Mecca of the l< hth>'ooKltt.! ; the FREEHOLDERS '

) 1RMAKES .f fi Tatum &, ('o. real estate GOVERNMENTI 'imler And the fisherman of com- e

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Milllster! Bel k. real estate H ne

The \vaverl>'. rooms to rent I For s :Imr north or south, are five

\1:STRONG DEMANDi' C F C It. Peterkin Bush, aunututeement.Lo.t'Meerchaum ml writer EXPERIMENT T GARDEN OF EDENImpressions I: natihable undreil miles in the of world inland navigation un- VOTED BONDS '


-I.. f : pipe To all of these attractions given to
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Hmson louse, locals -- Miami has l been added within five years
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Cottage For SaleSecond strerrTAFTS I me of the best equipped ta-ilroads
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For Her tl' :Attack on Her ITINERARY i With Avocado Pears Fron Far ,I of a New Yorker on toast U the Railway I nit-d .States making. the it only Florida"0 hours East By Handsome Majority in Yester- ; ;


t Fleet. Away Honolulu. !' Miami and Section. I Tom New \ IIrk, Miami is a city of day's Election. -
: Fishing
\\ashington. October5.The:: Navy i :tomes ihiir .hen. .schools water works
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lo:r;; I Department had decided that Secretary f i i iV I modern public puildlnK; with all the -

: --., Taft visit to Panama will be i..ade on .1 I II I .rltending conveniences of electric de-

fet- November Hth He of will start from Srbrpl 1 Crates nave Been Received From Declare It to be !the Next Thing to, if Not Mies, rock wads equal to the best. and City HI Now Have Q.y Hal topmtt
instead Tampa as was
t Apologue For Act: fuly Compensate Hensacola U looks to the writer that Miami(

l The origirallv: intended and as the Colum Inert-Produce Dealers Declare long Th; Garden of Eden" Sldendid 'is easih the future winter resort of the Streets and Fire Servlce-OU Officeholders
?:tbe Suffers and Punish Of fenders- : ,
l>ia. which is to carry the Secretary and world

_, ,0iposlnj| ArmIes: Are SBent.X party to Panama. cannot enter Tampa '< iTrip Unfits Them for Use. Words of Pralsr. To those who would char in the Are AI Re-elected.U .

harbor with "safety on account of the I i i 'rospeqR I )' at:d KPJOIOP" In the future d
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depth of waterBRYAN a I of Miami. look into the matter quick- -
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# note dls- INVADES INDIAN ;vtdentl! the Agricultural Departmnt I Charles c. Overtoil, editor of the I ) a good Sound majority the free.
London October 23.-In a I
4 of the I'nited States Go'ernm..ntI Brooklyn (IN. V,) Journal who recently HE MAKES PEACE MOVE. I :hinders\ of Miami t'j
yesterday to $t. Petersburg, Ind October :25: ,-W. J yesterday voted tobond >
Meays
Fort \Vayne Is on the lookout for fresh 1 \isii. l this city, was M favorabliropfesseel > I j:

English Government put forward Br)au arrived here this mornir.f from ne44 to conquer, says the Fnntraau. with Miami and the lower 'I' Washington October 25.-\cUngSecretarv I! the city for public Improvement*.

a definite demands in language Hamilton 0. and started on a tour G&tte The latest experiment of Pont East Coast that be published In his I of State McAdoo to-day sent Tho vote was kuiall but It wag ceverlhee8 .

of the State for the second time. It lctglst of tb 15th Inst. the : convincing that the tr.i
it U said, leaves but little open- Taylor's far-reaching enterprise paper following a note looking!: toward a reconveningof .i people are

for suggestion or compromise. has been arranged for him to speak at IWfe materialized Thursday of this description of hU trip and Impressionsof the Hague convention This note is I public' spirited. and heartily m favorof

: eight places to-dav ending with a ;K in the shape of Miami and the East Coast :
a shipment otaltigktor country in the form of an invitation from President any movement that tends to the ad- '

4These compromise Apologies for the night meeting at South Bend ( pears from no less remote A The editor of this paper hag just Roosevelt to the signatory pow I vancement and welfare of the .
city.
of the Russian fleet in firing; s pot'than Honolulu consigned under returned from a trip to Miami. Florida, ers of the original Hague; treaty, and Three
propositions
i'the British fishing fleet in the North THE COTTON MARKET gpXPTnment; auspices 'to M Lane & Son and the experiences enjoyed there is for .the purpose of considering fur- were presented in

= rind full compensation for UMsrers cj,-iSew York city a firm which. In have been so new, BO delightful; and ther means to ameliorate the\horron the election-one for building a $20,000
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city hall, another for
I October 25.-Futures $10,000 lo build
York.
New connection with Its very large Horlda startling and 10 different from any of modern warfare, and to extend the

It la farther Insist*! by the Brltl.hvernmeat opened stead) '. October. 958; November b ppess. has for many years made a other pleasure trip it seems to be rights of neutral commerce on the I new streets and $3,000 for new fire

that the, responsibility be I. 950; December 966; January, 974; sbAclaity of alligator pears from that the proper thine to do like the womanof high seas department equipments. Bach and all

1 where It belong*, and that punUh- February 982 bid; March. 985 May, Stfyafte, and bts done much to push the the Bible who lost a piece of silver of the proposals went through by Ute

at be meted to the offenders w hover 990;_June, 992; July 994 bid. salt!of this most delicious produce and finding It called her friends followIng vole and majority: ;

they may be. among; the fancy fruiterers In New and neighbors, and said to them "Re- .-'or bonds for city hall . .. f7 rtAgainst

.,,):: -:- Yprk city and lu vicinity. joice with me for I have found the CAPTURED ANIMMENSE bonds for city hail. . M. it--

k 'N1CHOLAS WIRES REGRETS. BRIDAL COUPLE ('The shipment In point whirL came I I piece which I had lost," and sj It appears -\ +Y t:

; ifxxLmiles, to Its destination, having to the, to tell my friends and Majority for bonds . . 41 :3'
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been brought over by the steamer from neighbors about Miami for It is a lost
I,gi8L; Petersburg October 25.-Emperor I CAT For bonds for Btreeta . . . TT
L< has to King Ed- ESCAPE rionblulu to San Francisco thence b>' country to 111LJ). and its advantages bonds for
Kkholas telegrapaed MADE E Against streets .. . .. 13
rard. expressing hit deep rrrrret: at'YJIM express&' : to Lodi. Cal, and from Lodi
dn to New York In one ol th refrlg- the while I write. '
KM lies
occurred in The North Sea last I pen Majority for bonds. . . .. (4"or :
ant his sympathy with the efaUjr cars bringing fruit to the Earl i l 1':11.I : most beautiful spot on the
Saturday, 1
killed 'fish- ,I fink Company consisted l of five different i i oar h was the Garden A Eden In I bonds for fire apparatus. . 74
families of the and injured Wild Feline of the Woods CapturedLast ,
'- I of \ each Lord -lcainst bonds fur fire apparatus.. 13
sorts packages. package I{ wti I,ih the rood placeddara I

ermn.. --+- Ba But Close Friends of Mr. Maxwell Containing a dlff..rent'arll't)' of J p<.art : an' Eve w tom He had just reatedin Niqht Near Experimental I -

Majority for bonds. . . Cl
t : ie packing was done with extreme ,' in "hoo behalf he had I jrcpare'd Fk FI
OFFICIAL DEATH REPORTS Hooked T Governors
> and Miss Seward M I I
t -.i----- Cfrre1, each pear \being carefully\ covered an ilMxlp.' bat It was the most beau- Station I in a Trap II I The election was held In the office r
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t'f and Stale Senator.The : waxed palK'r| and elso with (Issue fif 'I 1 1pot on earth is fair to pre-
=.S-Okus'. Headquarters, Sqndav.-It Is I a I '/ the :Miami Transfer Company on !
.. that : I j Alto:;ither, the pear,; were H' e. forI\ was to he the dwelling!; : -
ported o!!oSnall the rlRh: army II. I'itit I !0ilh; suwith H C Bud{e, J. F.
I \\1"1.,; in transit., Two secimens of Adam and Eve who lial I justIK .
Russian ; pli e :
f ha buried S.'jOO dead' : KerenLtrtJ atmvx a and \\ I. Keller! ae inspectors,
j h lot wire shipped i l on by M i created in the ima,:o of dou and '
army. 1,5(1(1.> and the let: arm Two ) lUiix men haw' IK.C-II ,,,,.:fei'J .. .,..u Cai'lin( as 'en.! .,

pmboot:8,000. |.[ Urbana :'!(Ohio) Daily Tlme -ClU-1 I Rte &Washington Son direct 'to The Pomolog't.1 rest were! Tay-sold Ij I I'hal and in his raise card-n VMldmi spot and they enjoy were to live-, for some time la napping 'co.,n* ard i nUlpr)' little rnthm.iism was manl-

The oarlsJ: report of Japanese cas- th- 'following aftermath Incident I everyth I I rested l I. the election' and the day ++
# zen gives ar.imcls
: j the' would bring. aim, genespeaking. that God had oroavd and every- other rail in the I hammock
,"ttjjtles from October Itith to '22d is as to the Seward-Maxwell wedding it i/, E parsed\ off unusually cjiiiet, the voters .-
oflk-ers. ,: the pear did pot arrive th R was !here 'fishes of the sea on II,.> south side of the rnir, hap-
follows Killed 45.: men 823Wounded. that city on the I'.Hh Inst.: i lie positing their ballots and tlen re-
In 1 II""'.; good r condition On crate, fo Is of the air and ra' IP and pvervIK '- !
::( oQcers 213; men. 5,340. The 'l very | \I..r to the good tin k or bail luck, tir.ng and l,.,av1iiK the poll #
the wedding
> Immediately following Kowever, showed admiral. and '11'! thai niovet' the ,
I up thins upon( ,
Dannies averaged 6*>0 yards aiiart Bud at the I wh.o..rttr it inahe .tailed lat night. :
diLnereduesda evening at sew- met ar ready tale. b>' the fin-t nan, ho I'll h. as well as everv grpon herb form THE CiTY KhECTION
: jardl Russian i
The
i.places only searched 50 ) thE Japanese I'ne ar-I, and residence the bridal coupledrove Ihbjx"' 'ted\ it, .1. a."lli! ,d haw vpnthin< that Ik ti ia"huiK/; IM Immeii'-ewild car, The el .< noil for coy officials to serve (l e

"skirmishes i Ullery all lost constant. I away amidst a shower of rice and old Lane & Son will forward the !II' h. made aid It waserj' !pool, Rut In l b. j-t wa found tins morn III!: '11" routing )"'nr'a also qu PI. "::1.* f

..'. z'Ite first were indication of winter is .hoes unit % pvrotechniL dih..la> of 'f' of Agriculture a full report V it has this to do with Miami. Flor- .W3t t i 1:1:i a _ted trap when they; visitdit I;. considering the fact that then was no rtt
ap- .
A u-pearlng: At night the thermometer (I Roman candles, which essential, had .4 to the condition of the pears with I H"! ? Road on neighbor and friend \Itoili trod f..et were securely I t' 'JUI, osition to the .present office holders F
close
/ hot been forgotten by some tjnir Ideas: as to the relative valm' oft a' I see If Miami is not the Bonlerd ) 1'or i re-..lettion. a Mirpriiinfclv! large
'iIhoWI several degrees below freezing It-nil l.cd! in the vilike lags, and the
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friends The tab went south to Springfield tr t different, packages and such mem- ,,, :\: of Eden M Die; wn-s i'Ais oneofp would have
avy clothing have betri issuer to the the "&, .I !. I,i, waluri"ins with and
friends to rage |pa\1l.
and these same ,. the
elabornle II o ;")a as niu>' he n fu'' *o uepart- hand In looted on the Atlantic 'I I "t..1:1. ucll a. imp thousandhe .

amen. and made for the preparations comfort of arebeing the number of sixteen thinking the bride Llii Fiil in its ...xllt'rjml'nlalorl... | O an *n latitude "'> degrees; it is a \ i ui i. ouas c.ured a,.d put over "' tie icon was held at the City

Winter tham. and groom had not wen Millciently' ((11. F Run/. of the firm of M lane f Pi t that the northern l mndar) of the 'lo.; animal, alter which it was ielea=cd 'oiniil! i halIl..r. 3r.d was conducted '
durtn the. :
mo.
troops'.;." ; showered. took the 8;40 car to Spring- It,; $on. In t.ilUiiiK over the matter cv1-: ; I ited StateIs about latitude! V'I dei Mill .ti'k- Its I'.'t are badly injured 'jv R C MrGriff S E, Riles and W. t"

1 : field, there to: Mill further show their di'ntly; is: it i i. l IPid" the wounds will heal.
i : did! not take a veriai:gulp ; e-. sad that 1''I'r'lhiulthat crows \\ Prout ln-ii| tors andV.. A. Cannon -

;"' EtPItESSE" REGRETo | loyalty to tht ('ause: :'Vji* of the IK)s-illllltV' of SU"C, SS of h wptn Miami and l Canii'a? will !prow The lal !i- said; to'l le a fine specimen[ i clerk, :'

-? i r While waiting near the Arcade en- alligator i" ar< front Honolu'u! fir t'" it Miami and does grow therenow; >.' !it( ; irilx-"" and! t ii believed to be the The result of the ejection was as follows 4.'
London October3.-in!: an interviewwith i
i Itrsmce for the Urbana car a distinguished S"w, York or other ,Xmernan arkets, look on the ether stile of the putiiie* ill i teal I so fr"1I11'1111)' s.en b>' people :

a.4" a1 Lord lansdosne. AmhacMdor party of State offic-als. dust re- 4 Our i\i'rnmnti with alinaort \. inn i.. In latitude, '.'> dearies( /: and .ii.i the read hack) and firth to Fur M!aor 4A
Benck.Tidorff expressed in them :
\ turjiinK: from, the New' Carlisle meeting! :' h" said ilunne, the course of thee ''11' f'ri\', MI'' M Melt! his hpeni ;
>( ars : thug' that hl'l\11
'? fashion his personal re- e' r. g-ows John Si-sell . . . 130
'ii lur and i'"Hcd| as a {paniheri"he
't1 isret at the North Sea attack on the I ''"r Marshal and Collector ,
I Hotel from the west entrance near t tilt: they will Lot keep upder r..rrll.ra-,, I ; iine th" vepititioii ]P n" M'le' In ', i'allure wa- "adc a short dis- '
\ British fishers aartTbe R S Flanagan . . .130 ,
which stood the now famous motor f.f
; Foreign Omfe! at :2 o'c'k this machine 1n which the !governor :'j tour-'i i l:!d I I 11 I Irtgerat.un does not detract: from : a :rft I!Pit! of It 1'1. and I that 1 i- whatI 'mi, and it is the first animal i of the for Clerk aid A-se'sor s

;!r'f afternoon had received no word from I IIII': the State Among those in the par;"I their! apiarance'| a' a matter of fait, :'ro, ssI'.1 1 the w liter as he rode kind to be caught in that locality in a M 1. R. K Hum . . .. . 128
Ambassador St. Peters- I tK
at
the British
: I) were Governor Hprrlik. Ll"Jtenant;| (rite meat on the inside! beeoii'es dark) '. ouch ilia:ta, that it was II! "Hord ni, t.11:e, lor Freasiir 'r-

s'h bura L- > ':Governor Hardinp, and Senator Hprsth ::[ and! unfit for use" 1 eland of Fden"! if not Eden itself Charles H Garthsn.e: . 118i rrY,

't" 'I Of course the hotel clerk pir theta I, 1 location POLITICI' ES DEXliITn L ,' .
l"i.:; JAPS CACI-ED HOMKi I' There are no data to fix the or Miierme'I -
'. next to what was "doln!!:" an :.,,d IN 1IEK UKHAK DRESS SUE CAME in '
.>.' I ;, c' the garden the Lord planted \\ Hahn . 123

t Honolulu. October 25:! ,-A number vf the governor and his partv c:me ouf"!i TO GIliEF, F.en.: We know this that one thousqlul \! \' o.'lIrr.,1ftpr Seructs at the F \\harton . . . 1J3

i ,Japanese army reserve wen residinghere they Immediately sought for the bride; six hundred and fiftj'-MX years Church J. I \\ilson: . . . . 12BPAVINGFS
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: been home by sable to perform the customary sttlut, tionsj s e/r the Garden of Eden flourished -- /f#
; have
; jre-rallesl but when he wik- Informed fiat! New \oik O!'too'r :2j:; --Ros,' Grid! !/ Hunting'onV. Va -'obtr :::'.-
from the njllitsrv Nithorltle-s la t iMiise' ,came and the face of theearth
lef': her home In outers ti)-dav' in her PENSIS .ki
1. 4 service It isbelieved bridal couple had not vet put in theif was changed. Eden ma)' haven \\.thin; half an hour after the nedic.
to Join the
; Japan army t.
r bridal' dress! aicompanled' In Andrew
that twejor three hundred wi.. appearance the entire party aHf in the I'nited States end at 'ion had IK.en pruiioiin'ecl at the close\ ,,
t and nl.l Itorlp whom slu was to marry in thetfternoon I,I' !I.' ,'iil-] and Expenses! of St. Louis
themselves 'peabll'. so
s ttry to secure passage 1.>>' the nen a mdiv ,, "tni for nl that history lanhow ,, s," flee. in the 1 t'l" chunh near
of and John Tarliacir, h" I 1-1.1;: 'rniI1,0' "
things!; were said to the crowd PI'PI'oirh facts of the
: d the consensusc
:;; learner for the 9rt'It. b ho.\ tt/} was to act as l pt man A fe\; hourlater a present \1'11 i I ,,: mi tin, l Ii-S Sandy r:' pr tod -- .
that (they "tjn to rr"Client ,t the man: varieties of nnhanlll\ -
I oCic-laN with rice amt rose.Affairs she was "\1"IIII'IIn\ ,'bow at the : '" .\,1'1., .," \l'n'4y: I who had l lit ,- '"t 1..0.O.'III""r i: \ 2"; -The first '
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IPTO FIGHT Rn.1; \:N.. iv Irk, found at Miinn. will <" runlvnhim :
lit i* / were going at a meiiy rlfpwlie. '(sit of the \\a'i I in Jerome Part re'serlour the -tat 'tue .t that li":1:i an..' "' t J. d| : in. "rtOIlla.-. \1..11! an 1I' I It. v 't! .,\1'1 li'iuic, il/:itres o' the re-

., II.. haTu-: cal'fd! tame; and Hj 1T' and 'o night' sh" is dint ,n Ford : terns \\'i'hOI1l "I '.. ,.11' ,all" a< ft ill} s-'a'ilpd', ,' c|I''ii'i tures of the \Vorld'a. +
Pend1et +n. Or*.. en ar -v noni ninus
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exudus of Japanese ream .. ha. I:"Mifieil 1 1 11.'la's: were off on their rila ham Hospital' > !I'a i-ft i,I tc.t of 1"ini: irr"\ *"r r:1 t thci .' .' t ." i i'i \\ a-. tin r..ua: 0: a I,'- r 'r the first four n"n I.: the 'S
,
j-begun In response to a call trim th .1 C :iiuibiis wMl Ilorle and I Tada"?ar are unilr' TT<"-\ '. wn'h'! of I I.." .z ..: I' I'II' t' ": ..I'. .11..* M ill wliuli It hilt doeno r p* noil -\I.. .( lie .!'nv '.il" Anl -i "

the seemed to enjoy the inr,d.'nt, anfl and tell conflicting stories as to how ,j' :..' t t:1; 11.::: r, ijati ,n ( i,':aged tttie "iielceci 'o"lI/' from r
home country to ejoln army.v
> !His 1 together with the fire excitement I ill' woman tame to fall. The' c'1" n ii' ... .. tire .1., i r ih, bun Iih. '-hir 'en: Tie! ":':'irear those r Y tin

NO FIGHTING YESTERD'Y. and the reception of the trid'! and 1 II'Ial.." t. '"i r ', ,: ., ,Mat I ie.t.ll' I, .,.:In.a'l. wlo hid tiktn a ,.,''i,. re| oits finrn tin: ottirialst f..;

....' ,room an hour la'er made the ..vpnll '.: COTTON STATISTICS ili,' P 'ii "i-or I thtI I' 'r in the dis\ [ life. li< a-I.I 1 to : t. a lo-itiou T"ie siunmarieii 'x

St. Petersburg j-October :25: -V dl t- an exciting one The crowd Iplurnf.i --- ilf i --'j.-I 1-1-. "a ''n hale h i, ''I Kinm.l, th' to'al rec''!ipls. of the expo-: '

,\ 'patch.: has been received from General on the owl car "i \\ashmgton OI.tol'rTh": C..n- insto .1 ,', ,., n,1 i i iMueni I' .. "n for the first four months ;ems

"SKnropatkin;; announcing that nt flh'S ,'t IoUS Bureau ti>-da>' Issued the cotton .. u, ...' tin :- t.l'i t ', :nl''r|' tin \: ','- !III! !- 0\\N \ eTI',1 III: "IL''''! '0 JJ" o>'. ,!njii, and the dlsii1 b '

,, bulletin showing! the amount of cotton pnients t"r the same period, $20,' ;
fa' recently etveJed it
",, Ing occurred yesterday between the opV The I'ool"'ral/e| /; tory :mate to in' the i i.
.. armies. ? alon the spur railroad trackI.u 1- ginned up to October 18th showing: of Uins .i": IM M"-imi'! and 0..' v'..-n an>. ('I\'llans! Injure,1 by the ,-- >;*., leaving a balance on band on '

::\;posing f< Avrmi"* D and E by A F Edo 426.881: running bales ginned against arm In wintrr to :i degro,' ti) other F.'II"loD| '? ,,t.'n:lpr let of U ;,95.: UI.UE thai ,

) ,;> GALLOWAt t DENIES GnLT.i,4 i, of Fort Pierce, was started to wokesterday :92,1169:: of the same cotton for a like .entry In tl.e world can ai'l'roa'h; |' c':iod the revenue from admissions "

period last The cover ; -A telegram from ,' to f9.F4 l.i.''i, and the perceu'age la-
1.--- \ morning under the manajj- year report Of the flxhes\ in the sea the highest 'Vr.'n:! Oi tolx ri:

'-, :' Houston Tea ra October :2-:: .-Dr. O .iloway. meat of Clarence Edge of Eau Gall- only ninety-six counties of the 812 .. ithorlu \in the United States '1... ,- Bialtok; government of Grodno of '",.... from the concessions amounted uMx

ti- ; replying: an Inquiry from II'. _\t present the factory will only counties In the cotton producing S. Fish Co nmlBsioner rep, of i- that: October 11th, says: to $1.:UH5J6s :;;:

: :' Agricultural Department at Wahlnf- operated on a small scale, lut tftecapacity States. n-MJUt: 6W arietles nisi in Floridaaters '1 I his evtiiing a man about twentyears ,\ September hl the largest

I. -"*?:: ton denies the report that he had said will be Increased as the 6- > and nearly all of these arc \ old and attired as a workman.entered nnntli attendance since the opening, rx'

;C the Guatamalen. are not an enemy mand warrants The barrels made ibr Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bush will\ resume !-oufcht; in by :Miami Kpont.rn.-ti n!. <- the om of the prefect of ui'l October bids fair to exceed that of t: tom.i

/, ,of the boll weeviL Dr. Galloway d '- this concern are used most exelust4lr her teaching in the vio'in! de- i ayne Ba> on the headwaters of olive and threw a bomb The terrific V-i-te-mbcr, It Is estimated that later ,

t''dares to the contrary that he Is naus- for fish packing and shipping Mr partment of the Conservatory of Muicon i hlch lie Miami has more \a letv of explosion which followed killed the ".Jr"s now being complied will reveal

,? 'led with the results of the -xeii.e.it Edge: the owner, also operates a similar Monday next she having fully recovered fsh than any other body of water IP miscreant and Injured some policemen i very prosperous condition of the'exposition 3

-..:'* ; being conducted in that direction.tW. factory at Fort Pierce from her recent severe Illness the! world. and trot only in vanetlu' and civilians." '
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DAILY John F. Bass the well-k .o'.n'" correspondent I
) THE says there Is zone! of the .....;...
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MttlETROPOlIS. hurrah methods seen In tie: ; armies of COOLEY & HORNER Dade County Abstract

other countries about the Japanese

:.1.,' army but as a fighting nfachlne It is The Real Estate and Rental Agents -
g. YaWi.. .... even dv except 5..48, tn( world. :-oPOR.A.'rst r '.
.-. ,- -- not excelled by any anny the ".
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}L L TAT11At ( tman. Still there rre people In ihls country 12th Street. : : : : : : Opposite First National Rank. JMnN.lKiMa.Jr.Vic .
;t M. f. IIUlUINlinc, \ J Ju
who think the Japanese have only recently I
__ .-P SEWELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. '-.
"::J .JjIII.. f. IETtaORteM aesl.e,4ltwtr.. I I learned how to flshi\. ,
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,re apet.Q .:tee VotUtttict\ &I' & .Florid*, -----,- Furnishes aecurate and complete Abstracts -
month
j. n MMCood-clui matter.Ta Thanksgiving day corned next
f or Searches of Title to
'mo-r t KooUcrn 1i..p&per published onlh huh kugce''u turkey) cranberry DOANE & RAULERSON land in County. We own complete any
l' a&1Dlud 01 the t:"K J 6tu*. >t the satire and .:> ,im pudding. \ By the way Abstract Books of all the land ReA t'r
moat *ontbrtr r,Ilw"' rmlnil.MQ the hunting season also Opens next 3. LSec. Patterson
-- ( cords of Dade County : : : : : : : : :
J j. tear by Mall. ... ..... .'5.00 month whim suggests quill, deer, wild DEALERS IN .jfod T"" ...

"; e BU Mtetha.. .. .. .... .. .. .. *.-Ln turkey and mallard duck ; then too,

:;JJ\;: mr'ee.?Moth!.. .. ... ... .. .... .... 1.25 I o) tiers become most delkibus in No- Choice meats Live Best Meat. Choicest Poultry. t #

r OM Week, bf Carrier. .. .... ... .10 t ember; and! borne one neap our elbow, Polite AttentionFAIR

. : With swe..king lips, aski what about and dressed poultry T R E-A T M E N T.
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Miami
Printing Company.
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- Atrcrtialaf rate made known on pudding, 'posfum and taters? It never F. W. HAHN

':t. f application. I occurs to the average Florida crackerto Successor to C. H. RJU'LERSON SGO. ,

{ TELEPHONE. 61-JR. ask the question "Is life worth hocntablUheJthe mjatba.lc l-
St. and A\e. D Mh. !. IHQ6 Architect i!'
\ OfTICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. lh'lno. ala Banner i Corn.r 13th < re and Builder ;
TwelfthStZeeLpoI1t8
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} Court ROOM.TVESDXt. The time is- near at bin'| when the i I now have tn my employ one of the best
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--- people of Florida will b0 alied upon draftsman in the South, and am better
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OCTOBER ::5!: 1504. TOURIST RESORT prepared than ever for '
4 furnishingplaus
U elect to State offices! |Jb men bestqualified i iI _

-I I I to lie our l"ade1' iBnd to Join Waveily] House \h'LarK..co.flr1abIO.ad and work details etc.for food buildings now headquarters fine cabinet s

VTRA1OHTDEMOCRATIC. TICKET I I with the na'ion in rlioJUiSiX men to Airy Roomn, for turned work scroll sawingand all
affairs! for inuther fourrears. Overlooks the Bay.
du late its i work usually done in a FIRST CLASS
: For President lj> votq. It is his :
; l u ry man planing mill.
I 108 (bit St MRS. SABELLA WAVERLY. M'loJllli.fa.I .
: ALTON B. PARKER. constitutional: right as a.feian and ('ItlI' 1

'.' for VIce-Presldent, I'|'I'n.' and now if never brftjre., 1>..1110- I Send me your order for doors and window tJ
I HENRY G. DAVIS. should the South. Some of fellows i he was satisfied that the little birds "
< rats of Florida and the 1'9utl l'1 I usit your frames ballusters, brackets etc.
:, for United State Senator turn out In force and do 4 r'in1 their hate gone to the South and have lived j were not 01'a day old. I

JAMES p. TALIAFERRO. 1 "V ti' not! o'i'j to elect the $tate ticket l. there for a few years. They don't feel This to say the least Is an unusual and be convinced MIAMI FLAClyatt's

r For Congressman I hut \.0 triumph Democracy aver Republicanism I now quite as you do. Se If you can ( tiling:, as the hatching season for quailIs 4 r-

t FRANK CLARK; l and give America i conservative Imil Hit w hat it was that modified their during she months of March and I

f For Governor, economical aid ta'acefui rul" once o"mioua. I April and the birds now are abouti I

NAPOLEON B. BROWARD. more. 4 Co; South add watch the descendants i I grown. 1
---i- :'Ir"dnd.. ripe did not att. mpt[ to'' Stabll
For Secretary of State WasliinRion.. Madison J.-Terson.(
tu. CLAY CRAWFORD. The po-tpinemeut( of 41 Holloway Marshall Jackson, Clay, Calhoun ; apt OUl1't for the !little I birds appearance :

\ For Attorney General raise until tlitFebruary girth: of circuit Polk and, >, while! they, bone of our at this season of the year. It was i 500 and B02 Twelfth Street. *
enough that lie fiiiind the birds y
thatthey
: I wit H. ELLIS. court will no doubt !)rove disapIioiutiug 'lone and 1 Utah of our flesh, are workout .
: For Comptroller to the frifixl tit ft both Mr. 'r.n with errors of mind and with were the firM fresh hatched quailhe -- -

: A. C CKdOM. Holloway and, Mr h all throughout iTrors of h>'art, but with American ever saw at this season of Abe year. ALL. KINDS:' CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS
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Mauatte flu ord.
i For State Treasurer the State says the GaiS<'lrlle! Sun. '' :lurk and hope, the greatest domestic SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. '

| WU V. KNOTT. They confidently eXll'tedt oltipositiou\ l problem I that ever ate into the heart r
tea
Tor Superintendent of Public IlUtrUC- of the case tt this term fcf court, andIt of a civilized! peopl% Then come back The wise woman knows how 'o look HORSES BOARDED CLIPPED AND CARED FOR.

rd IOn may truthfully 'that both send if )011 tll! think that they are pleasant when she I U caught In an act
indiv of selfishness.j GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT
ATTENTION et.E.
4. :i WH. M. HOLLOWAY. parties to hit case, uaily. were .. ron)?. you will Bay go In a different .

s3 For Commlaaloner of Agriculture ready and tiling' for th{ case to be tone.-('hit-ago Tribune

r': d | B. E. MCLIN. tried at the present time.-Jj 1 The attorneys i I I j EDITORIAL_COMMENTS T. CLYATT. Proprietor

For Railroad Commteatoner for both the defense Snd prosecution RURAL POUCE.
failge, f i The Rome (Oa.) Tribune rDem )
JOHN L. MOROAW. however as well as Wills -
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't ". For State CLemlrtK. Were of the opinion) ,.hat ttjjitrls l not the Georgia! newspaper' are dlacuEglng a says: "Tom Watson Is going to follow

"-.1.J 2!" K.I' .. ROSE.n proper time to try the toad, and the .'rol otiUon to establish a State con- ; Bryan through Indiana with tie\. Idea GEO. H'
MEYERS
of the ft.'l
tatters
T overcoming
; principals had to abide th| decision of tabulary or rural police Dystem. Connecticut I admittedly .

? r" the attorneys for defense TICKKT.
.... COUNTT solicitor. There Is no consolation; to of that State appropriated $13- I Republicans know just where to use
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> .71,116;: For State Senator ..... be derived from the pofipbnement- I 000 a year for Its rural police but the Tom. Contracting E1ectriciay]

C. F. M. HUDSON. the public will be glrenfa* breathing operation of the system resulted in :
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-.1 -M Tat aapr.atattte -.- (spell for four month. %. f bringing into the treasury about $10- The Wilmington (N. C.) Star (Dem.) Launch :

ft e GRAHAM W. KING. I WO.() thus costing the State only $' ,000 I says: "What are we in the Philippines Batteries. Spark Coils. Etc. ',".1;,.

There for i kmg that a i for! We are not there to give t.! r
t For County Jadte __. are reasons year. 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida. Write for
,.. the people the blessings of governmentby prices
fla&k will be The Philadelphia
; ,' A. B. HKT8EB.tor Mr. Bryan's work in In Ledger says of the
!il! Proeeentlnf Attorney attended with fruitful rell 1t(a If there Connecticut plan and lu results: "It ii the people for the people. We gob- j ,

't ROBERT R. TAYLOR., U any man in the countr>< who. knows impracticable for any State to provide bled up the Philippines for trade only

1 For Tax Oontttor Just how to talk to the "Bbinite" and a pollee force large enough to patrol and got bit. The Republican party sacrificed .

t. 'free silver" Democrats, IhM man U and protect the countryside as effectually I the minclples of free and popular t
Corner
GAUTIER. B
I T. N. l government for the dollar, butdidn't Avenue an j Utk Street. : ,
:" For Tai JLUumunI Mr. Bryan himself. The Republican M the streets of a city are
y get the dollar. The people foot THE( = == y
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Q.: BUTLER. National Committee has e n having guarded, but the Connecticut experience -
; I|I 'QtO. Treasurer him shadowed in rndianftis )four men shows that a Email State police the bill but ,It Is now up to them to I I G. A. MULLER! .: PNprider. : ')
tt. For Cqonty elect Parker and close out d-ar bar- _
t I it Is said have followed |1 irn, for the establishment can be useful in cooperation a
.C. H. RAULERSON. gain In Philippines.."' '
-+ : purpose of .certalning +s: For tapertnteadent of Schools speeches on the I people. JAi Chicago detection and arrest of criminals. In J!;
E. HALL.
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Y i | : The :New' \'ork'orld' SAN CARLQS : I
;For Clerk Circuit Ooart special tn ll>e Cleveland) Blajn-Dealer, many villages and country district fo..m.o says: ;

? E. C. DEARBORN. says that a few days ago tne Republican I residents are practically without local "The slocuri commission took testimony -

h I II headquarters, in Cluca'tc1: received j protection. A State police, in a measure ) in public.t'hat public tes.tlfiiny !- ,

Sheri reports fr,ui the secret servite agents'i' Rives them protection!! by making 1 j did ''I:'". Cortelyou ever lake in I I
I JOHN FROHOCK. i iS I rOM II.Y II aB the
Ope d
2.50per day ;
year ,
following Mr Bryan in [in I4nB. .According the escape of criminals! more difficult. his 1ST days of trust inve JIIr' .
for County Commissioners ( prr week to Cnwm. rcfalmtit. I \
S I Ir to the) fcjierial, the rjpt>fts show | The numerous arrests made by the i SUwutu coin-Mission luiblMm] t its t findiiK Lance SAMPLE KOOMS ? t
S! M. R. JOHNS PRIM BOTH
f'. that the rail al silver mi* Lave de-r Connecticut State force for violation- *. What findingalsui 1 the trusts : Pint fake 801(668.( Mionl. ftarlb.
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E. H. UIMICK I iart. t
r ended to O.i what their !'fa ajjer| a*h... l 'if the luiiior laws; liiilicai'1 th" I'.aMr Cortehoii: ever p1l1I! hH.ro-1
T. A. WINFIELD The reportacre" that thetejarc very v-H-ncy of l 11. l lal. ai..iuiUiHs sir ntt'er'i of -he company that weighted .-.-. . 1 . .
b I'I'JOHN SEWELL,, '
I few silver i/'n, or lIr) all Hjn o.'rat. in '. -. "e it I lo these O.TIMIM*. '! !b' ('tin.4. cork wit'i', ron have been iniycteil I

l F E. G. TWEEDELL. Iinlia'ia who will not tote 10)-) Parker II' Ht % b"'re was not n-n-nul! with \Vha' i iiiliM I tents have followed! :Mr. ,- --

.. i For School Board 'fl.," reM| >rts ai the Natlonalaipntitiiiwt ); mH h fa'.dr nt first but it \\a now >...". : CnritlMiuV xtiidt of th. rriniinal ..........

I -ELI SIMS -!,+tu' that tully! K./iOu j-a<|ical Bryan M r:>-il I that it meeting with iiopuluripr I Pitt h.r'a of i the, lna'I." It |k rot ,lenjed -

f E. W. J. PARRLSII.k rtenic rats have been pettst ailed by | kinds of Stuff
W. V BURDINE. Many ;
t Ban to vof the regular ti&kjet.n: iu> il I in tinMiiTrssiiil piir--iiit of a ;i-s'ilnc money from thcs.. tru-is. All
:, 0 I n + munlorer." that j is ilimioii! is that he ha= given
called
Mukden Is but the Harbinger of w hat' are :
GOOD ADVICE TO NOKTJllNEUS l::' ; ; Under :SpaMbh; administration Cuba them pledges ff immunitv. lint why

U to Come.t' 6xr I I L j I maintained! a system of rural pollen Should l he give such pledges Suppose Stable Manures ;

I! railed! the Guardia Civil, or Civil a policema.i\ should find a burglar .
Get the Democratic voter to the polls. i There are some Northerners who
will know about Germanj about ('.',a-d. which served a useful purpose.( cracking a sate and without( saying a Dade land
rest. Farmers
c :. He do the I more County .\
+ i '1' o 1 I Italy, apd perhaps about the loman- Mounted officers patrolled the rural word should hold out his hand for a''I ,

k Torn) Taggart bu been going to Indiana !tic and picturesque Barxanj peninsula" I, districts maintaining order and were share of the plunder! would the burglar.; I Truckers .,

''t fqr throe weeks. We understandhe than they do about Georgia Florida, useful In many ways. A system of ask for a written contract before dl-1'

ha* gone at last I| South Carolina and Texas. Constquentjly spies or busybodies Is not desirable! vldlng an t would the morality of the I Sure Need

-a i i 1 they show more bensewhco| they but in rural sections of the South a transaction be' vindicated If It lI'prepro..ed the Best

There delightful days are passing' are talking about leoe on-JesS1? or bout system of mour. H ri'al police raleht that no pledges had "been t I: 1..1

'3.f-1 : like golden moments. Days that are the> temporal power of thjb :Pope. or hP of decided advantage and usefulness given r"I I
.hot athwart with sunshine will BOOUbe in Composted and Well Rotted
., 'about Turkish oppression, than they do preserving order where necessary I tIt

( succeeded by the gloomy days and ,, when they are talking abogttlie right In arresting criminals who. often The New York Post (Ind! ) says: I Ij I Ij can only be had in one way. Address Box 135 Miami !

art'. .. leaded skies of November everywhere !: of the negro to vote. f t escape before an offlcer can be called j j "Even that dilapidated old scarecrow ; E. W. B.A.v 3Ig ;
except In Florida. I, and In protecting home and i about such .1
It is so easy to think that just because women language as Judge barker's. ,; a
---- from a danger!; that ever hangs! like a i stirring up insurrection In '
you live In country) )-m: must 1 the Philip-
xis Thejliettln!! In New York Is In favor understand it. The Southerner and the shadow over them. In some Southern )lpnes{ !i' drag", d I out once more ,by the CALL ON HUGHES & CO., '
of RotMevelfs carrying the StAle, and :
-'d? Northerner are (ello" -ctiied; Theyowe States, at least the establishment of a -it7tl.r) K'I'U iiianc;} There will IM- more
t even |hat lif'rrltk11 carry it. Nobody : Who handle the Miami trade
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rural 'jilting
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constabulary i i'
or police
all"giante to the same la4; Then1- system m.ii' AmiTi.anol'lnrs, will
<< tell bow New York will I L t-
tan: go
for.. Northerner:' i I" petfe t:? com- worth considering. 1-e kllieil ad,!, their l Idotd l. will 1 I... IIIN.n A. ,
w, at this stage of the game. 0 I
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i .. |>0'10111 to tell the Southerner bow I to 0 .adge !Parker head Th.-v have not
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j Massachusetts has a State debt of fettle the negro question. STATE NEWS. yt-t ibarue-l hllll" lilt indin tug: the

The faUacr in this : aw nf ii1Urir! and >Hn-,<\le in
kt. logic/: ? U that be- the army
$:l.t"ti .tsret i 1. and the Governor says it
mlm of the of IW8 the I A deplorable accident occun-d last rel,'ort,',1 th 1 t morninir fr"mlan1la.: .
Is time to cat' a halt If Douglas the i pause presence ) negro/: America's Most Perfect .t1.
4' Democratic nominees for ( ovprtlOr. Is social condition: of nll.rlt'lun. S. C Friday afternoon !in the yard of the bin then arc tint Imapable of I if That Wheel-!

elected he will probably reduce thee differs from that of Bo\on. Mass AI ..r.Sulllvlln Lumber Compfmy at rii/7.le of iniperiallMn. ho"'r. simply -

debt to $3.50. more than that of BoHton Ir.dif- Century Walter Miller the engineer cannot U applied in this country.If The Flacyc 1 e.

lers from that of Lon''.IJ&. England in backing :its engine struck hit little .lud<:;f !1'-irke-r did not speak out.others \'

: They terrible war In Eastern Asia And a citizen of Boston beta on letter six-yeor-old boy, knocking him from w.ni .i. ,r The quotum I Is not Differs from .
; doe&ln the track frightfully: manslin, one of -tiled! In 'lr:" the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth
-l.-rtion.
h ought, to come to an end. but there Is In London than he Charleston it will come up
his logs: and fracturing his skull!' Nothing In the n.'ct t The easier
and i i. \
for President Roosevelt ame attempt
no reason I was propelled the
y same
beater known of the accident until way. 43
was made! id
i y "but+r; !in between the combatants. The negro question Is than Knclnnd to use the gar; duringthe ;
Neither Is asking for his good offices I any other question in Anjyftft.. And "om time after the occurrence, when finer w
l S and the wlFest thing for him to do Is I it !Is not only greater hue (hore deli the little fellow was accidentally! discovered 'I I, l I-cd| the government was firing: a bullet Racyde has lees friction its ,

Ia to hands off. cate. It Is a matter of so nil 1. as well Ivlnrf under a trestle, by Conductor at a fl. ill-h Mildier.\ That absurd on Crank Bea ng.i

-----a- as of political and Indust lite. So. Tate. Doctors quickly attended i and outrageous taunt did not tose: the .:. than any other: bicycle.

Congressman Heflln, the Alabama more than almost any ot ..r question him and applied anaesthetics.! It I mouth of a tingle; man who spoke out (-.$;,it;

duncq is being as severely criticisedIn could be Imagined. I *eds personal has been found necessary to amputate of full conuctlons: and It will\ have as :I?lumbir:

r the South as he Is In the North. Hedecerfes experience.: The *loaal negro 'ils leg. The little fellow bears his little effect when employed by American g j; .

t.4 all that has been said of him. of the North Is not iJi nrlequatthat sufferings with a fortitude woroy of a Imperialists. They may as well I have ...'i:

notwithstanding his feeble defense and basis for studying the nejrro E- of the Sparta-n. His wonderful recuperative make up their minds that out of whatever an Ul'-'o-dllh' plumbing establishment'u{

g claim that h! not speaking seriously the Towers betol!.ena his final recovery.Lee plan they! adopt connection with "
was "outh. In the South bgro ir to govern; or exploit ( my Bicycle Emporium and a'*
>7' tie will doubtless be elected as 'r.anrommllnlllf'!' otitniimtKthf : their subject peoples they will ,

\ Vardaman and Darts were elected before white" and there Is a possfliilfty of nero Vanderipe while out at his grove reckon ill !if they leave the right of our prepared to do the test work. Call and see me.j

R\( kim, but It Is always the South's I rule. "f" I! near town this week found a freshly ;; citizens; freely to speak their minds on

.:, i-\/ nUfoftune; when such men are elected I There f nee nrt'.eeee: |It TOM hav latched cover. of quail. Mr. Vanderipe the whole 'hln,;. whether speakingI M. j. MCDONALD:

!: t. to ,utllc office. _, ..u-t i:...: u.u-c; to >i.il hew scenes. .lated that from the looks of the covey I I helps or hurts."

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SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES. Anna'Jameron, W. P. Beach

(Col). Sept., Issued Oct 8.. U 55

Jupiter, Fla Oct. 21. 1904. M. F.Tprooks. W. P. Beach

The regular meeting of the School ( lJ. Sept., issued Oit. 8th. 42 55
pieprofession&
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Board was held today In the office of J08ie?? i'een. W. P. Beach (col.i ), t?

Mr. E. B. King. Among those present Sfi ui.. Issued Oct. 8th. . 42 55

n < were E B. King, J C Harris. W. M Lottli .Stephens, Miami (col.).

Burdine and Z T Merrill se<'rptar,. splIssued Oct. 8th . 4: :55;

The minutes of the lasl meeting J. wi,|. Bethune Miami (col.), aa?

,tt r eg.* da1 ratsia.rg.TTORNEYS i I were read and approved. The superintendent @pt. issued Oct. 8lh . 53 19

ATT reported all schools opened Ella Stephens Miami (col )I. I
let.
LAW. except Nos 4. IT and 18. and the following issued Oct. fcth . 42 55 ,,

I wwjrsene.ta all court Beat, and F.d.ral tearhi-rs' salaries paid since Nons.. JacKson, Miami (col i. a

I tatOitlei tor exuialniaiid p rtwtlnfXltlM. the lawt meeting: t.. I Issued Oct. !!th. . 42 55
(
> Fla. C R. Ross, Pilver Palm, Issued Frat i Bright DeJray (col ).
aBoxlT. MUtaU .
Sept. 24th . . . . .$ 42 55 Pt.. issued) O -t. iiI h. . 42: 55
"= I''H .*Jamec, Deerfield I issued l..ela weet. Coroauut Grove I IRilf I 4
L
?:S=AG48. D.yL
.:-' I I Sept. 24tn :. . . . 42 55 ''month. issued] Oct. 8th :39 891 SIX

T' ;' OOo wttk Red Cm Pbar.a..,. Ada F. Merritt. Lemon .\nn" :iBerry. Cocoanut Orove. LEFTe

''' H"! BeaidCWM 14th BtfMcorairAra I I Issued Oil. 8th . City.. 95 gaff mouth i>.UPi! Oct. 8tli. 26 59 !,

C -, Ida Wentgard.! Lemon City, issued 4'' Tlt following warrants were issued!

HO)] FLORIDA. 'I o<.t. 8th. . . . 42 to-d4 for general expenses: i ,!

Mrs. Laura Seedier. Lemon /. T* :Mierritt. iwstace. visiting. I Ihools.

s J. H. JACKSON, ., City issued Oct. 8th . 42 55 etc as per lull .$ :37 61 I Within the past week we

omcs: Mrs Jl8l1e'ensue, Lemon City, t;. Wi' Kosel l. hauling lumber |

BISCAYNK BLOCK, AVE. D. issued October 8th . . 42 65 d.19. 1111 IM) I' have sold all but six lots

4 Mrs. L. A. Freeman, Biscayn> :, \)eatY Pub Co )pub exam nuGI'e -

tAMI, FLORIDA.} Aug. & Sept Issued O< t. S. 85 10 and Lids. . .T. . 7 (0111,
advertised in
.",. ) :Mrs.
R; W. B. RUSH, Sept I is ,... d Ort. 8lh . 4:15: $tebo Miami . . :* VII I IR *

C R. Koss.: Silver Palm. Sept.. ifc::; Taylor. iiiMiran . :3 u "st g4joluison's

) ai-tltb street |' bone 4.euce Issued Oci SIb . . I55: ;; t'. 14; Ipulpr| .ulI. Jul> und AuRtl.sl. i iI j|I

SOS oth 81.li .-. B. F Jam,.,.. IVrefleld ((-(II ), I coi:;ituSSlott . . 31 1 i '' Extra

[bi: 3 MIAMI.} FI.A. ,I Sept( issued Oi-t. Mh . 4i: :55; I lI..h l lalhn.sworth. tIaalatig ..

Jessie CascB Ojus. half month. (. iie and lot Neptune . o .1) ,
I I'rr "
'W;BACXU8, Sept issued O t. 8lh . 2127 M. 1J. layman. supplies.. I Lan Ian a :\.r. i''I &

{.:: =.: I F A. Hamilton, Lake Ci'y W. J.SSione, supplies\ C. Grove. 6; lu j

.Speelflcattoni, ass DttiU
foe Buildings of AM Kind, Fine I. W. Meekins, W. P. Beach ''J. Ki'Lj-atherman.1 material and pecial

for iBMidenoea a Upecialtj. : (col ). Sept. Issued Oct. 8th. 53 14 I jipMrs. Lora)' . . 7 28I j I II I
; l 13li AVENUE ). :
: OFFICE, r Tropical i 1 Sun. PubU exam nouct. 2"& k

;. f. I' I K. 't;. Mudge, iiirnlture Superln- These lots were sold to residents of Miami '

'IO.: .EOgers91': Jrhdenfs i.fflie, etc. . 23 (0 ;

.. : H. DesRorhers!; supplies Lerubn and they knew what bargains we were offer- '

$yt3. t1Lar1:==ziIni.lt1nr:, City. . . . . 4 05

'"- ; I N: H, Hall, repairs W. P. Beach ing. If you contemplate purchasing one of !

"" '. I' (col. No. 1)) . . . 400
IS'1iOHte*- these lots send in first of
)I... 03UtI& 8t.e Mtatal. ru. I' Dr. $. H. Woods desk ft; chair. your payment $10, .

?1;. "-' a7t U. '!-- *. P. Beach No. 11. . .. 23 50MratP will
and while last. ;
'U'a'ata'e' .i.r syWidaiu.a tM ; F. Wagner cleaning W. we reserve you one they | ", () t
11<. .'
"' *, each house. No. 11. 7 25Geopil.

ALTER. CDEG A RMO, Taylor repair W. P. a

... to I. $each. No. 11. . . . 21 00 McALLISTER-BECK J'tl
tri ... ,
.. hory W. ;V'1 Hancock bal. on build-

.,$ro211rtoOt. ..... trw tog) house' Pompano. . 71 85 R al : 1 tate

Lali&art t; Potter lumber Ef

j Pompano .. . . . . 36 91 s .. %NG
ltooin"4. Metropolis building.8toll
Miami. Fla. PIERCE: : &!1IARDIEia1M : M.-jfe.{ Gruber material Pom- :hdis't"V'\ : : Flond.a

| plo . . . . . . 36 91

J. )It: McGrnley, supplies W. P.
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;,R.' H. SEYMOUR,. ; |Beach. No. 11. ., . . 2 40 0' _- ,_- -- "_- _

"!t'do" : Attorney at taw Hatfihett Da Camara Co., sup- ,,tk

v I f.J' "- I ...... ffrint J li RIles, W. P. Beach No. 11. 1 6.
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'..'!., J. t: I rum* W.H. Moses water to Jan. 1 I ,.

I practice. l. all't state and Federal. jpHOi .. :. . . . :. : 3 00
Fartleater atteatio*/: to CorporatlariU ,- I
)ae&1 fettaw aid Probate Law I Cafapbell & Carter drayage W. I

MtaPrtMcU, .. : iildiiur. IIUXI. "" L I Ito !'jP; Beach No. 11 . . . 50

W."M. Burdine, mileage and IHT I

< ;,. e'te diem . . . . . 14 20
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EaglejBatbe ?Shot. J. C.. Harris mileage and per

diem . . . . 5; GO ,
ARE YOU .. .r
No Wailing, ---- -
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; i E. B. |King mileage and per

'Best Service in the City. dlm . . . . . 200 m'sDA-Ezeklal Hlnda, of Newport I STATE NEWS. For Congress Second District:

Z. ',.. ilerritt. salary *upt. . 53 20 :\1.' aged 78, bas just taken up ciga-I' I J. M. CHENEY. s

COLBY < fropnetot.W.C'MAYNARD. GOINGTO Kli, ,Sims & Son, part building i 1 1 I rc..e-smokini{. He bays he has had his D"'ni> S1- rift Gore; male a visit to ;w.

t7.:' f :SOl T..ltuI tite.er.R831aY I ijhqiihe at Stuart ... . .1.4 60 HI.: of whiskey and rum and tiara cider l'olon'cTov.1I\ Saturday night and asa -II:

: 31O Elf Sims & Son, bal.! on contract stroked pipes and cigars and chewedall : riMi!'. Sam Wise. George Donald, REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.: ;

,'Qr84utr.odJ... I ;',at' Stuart . . . . : 174 60 kinds of plug and as he hasn't a I I Albert Mitchell, Iflia-h Harris and Geofnns For Goyemcr: j f'k

-a.l BUILD .14| C. Harris authorised to contract gr!: at while longer to live be thought I : were siK>ped In on a charge ofI M. B. MacF ARUNE. | t', ,

y : hi- would his whack at cigarettes, I I i I gambling. They were arraigned before '
For
: for trnsportiiiK; pupils from south of I gel .' ; Secretary ot State:
",!., 'Av..D.ltesttoYb.4Otbee. Wept (Palm Beach to school l a' WostPalpi I not raring t,) miss any part of the fun 'Juslu-e Hill this morning and 'sen 1 JOHN F. HOUR. '
I this \life. Irnto\ |pay a fine of $5 each, or
of
-km1atJ F1Uet: I !BBeach? at $25:; per month of | For Attorney-Oeceral:
thirty days in jail. All but
J serve one
Iittio doelt. Jet den, *' would like to It.- r twebtx! > aa)'s. I ICJ
:: If so, we Theo CURES CHILLS AND FEVER iin-iil l their Hues piomptly, and he will ,: FRED S. CCBBERLT.
Board finds it Impractliable to I
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terest yon in using the I tike llO ru. For Comptroller: '
I establish a hlKh school a< Cocoanut ,
I Ii
tfCiC; CARROLL. '/. W. Wrirt NacogodCKhes. Texas J. L. SKIPPER.For .
i GroVe this
.., It year I si B: "His daughter had chills and Bt I.LETLN BUBBLES. State Treasurer:
l Agent Mr list of Miami Lime Stone/ Tie board! decided to furnish a teacher Key
Bomeaeekeri'
< fr- er for three years; he could not find E. M. BREL3F RD.
cannot be atjPalm Beach and Pleasant Cit j I I
;.lad Country Property ) ai 'ttmg that would help her till he Press In-the news. For State Superintendent of Public :
an4 prleea. Come for 'lfottr monttis. provided. 1 the patrons 1 1llfwrn 'i
u to quality The walls of a building I Ud Herblne. His wife v" IIi not keep Home tles-mother's apron strings. Instruction I : J<

;:_....: You may am money andiatitdaetlan. constructed of his stone \\ ( ..h .a hoii.-c rent free Miss I b<> ise without It, and cannot say too On ix'rfimi'T) the profit Is s... much W. R. 0:N 1i L \ .
Beilh4 Ely at Palm Beach and Mrs. I II.
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areFire n u--h for t." Srtc. Sold by Red Crow leer scent. 'I For Commissioner of Agriculture: 1-
i If N. L. :Wade at Plea-ant ('it.\ arc
al'-|
) +
c. d Pl.armaey.- In hr own estimation a belle! Is al- J. S. ROWLEY. s
c. C. CARROLL 'tl tewhers.TiHtler' .. ,
j poilll
Public : .t. liUh-tonfd. For .Railroad Commissioner! :
..;f Notary Proof I' ..: of the West Palm Beach
1 1I Dt'VAU;< Duval. who: for H. T. RITCHIE.For .
4 YLJ.Jd SEt'nD.11IIKDSrmTs. Ho'a'rdjof, Trade until Palm Beach lot
: Is.
fl.. > \ 'I'i,, Mil f-irly a half century ha. managed! the BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE. Justice of Supreme Court for Ten

and practically everlasting t Monti1'e I'ieie In Paris, is about to of Six Years: !f'
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aEO. L. MCDNALD After once up there Is DOexpen" II Gu4'(r'** A. C. Thomas appointed to r> .re from Ms position It was as an'sSave i S IA Quinn. of Cavendiish. Vt., wai W. B. SHEPPARD. I s

of repai/lng or onia I II robbed of his customary hmltb by Invasion For Justices of Supreme Court:
Ct tl Enginedr t toy that he began his connw-
r painting. The first cost ls I 1 be board finds it imK[ >xsihc! to es- ; tii'ii with thin the greatest )pawnshop ] of chronic constipation. Whet 0. S.P.R..
S.MlTldinr-1-" a ipecialttcoCOANLT
tmt but little 'more than wood t&'ilJsh schiMils for the colored! peopl"Laudcrdale ( I Dr. King's New Life Pills broke into C. S. AOAMS
li. i he world. He Is now over TO years
K. FLA. I
GBOf while thePermanent at 1+'ort and Dania this i I I his house his trouble! WET arrested an! E. XTFI: I.
(>' !!l.1'hlle a' the head of affairs thereh P-A
yetjf. i now he is entirely cur -d. Tbe'nI'naranlC"J ,
suopeilP In reducing!: the rate of *
,:'AREJYOU GOINGorth ; CostA The< board decided that Ihe :ateneseof I, t," -ht from W Co 7 )per ,'pnt. his reforms to cure at all drugstores. i REPUBLICAN COI'NTY, TICKET.: v
I thE .seanou and lavX of fundmake- I
._ I'! i having resulted in saving 1.' duel,I f"> ) -- For the Le;:iflainre:
..11 Impossible to establish schools at i iKicn !:
West ? >ands and Prrrin !hl.ar.. franca to the republic. It is said M. rKn'-nr' Randolph( H. :McKlm.PD. Oft. H. C HOOD. I y
or considering repairing "" : -i I tat will! write a book of reminiscences. of Washington D. r who has For Clerk of the ('!'cut! Court:
rt'I I Jtlss Blanch HiirtPhhaw was al>polntI I I
TH E pairing Is much less I e'ItCocoa I: lust IK-PH el'-('teil to the po-t ot Chair MORGAN E JONES e i
Plum
X wood. The appearance I U '. I man of the House of Deputies of the For Sneriff: r
:; IIisYllle U ,
much superior to other I Protestant Episcopal Chtirth. for almost H. T PERK/S.
HashYUle TESTIMONY OF X MINISTER.= I
ai : materials as the I ffiJ WISDOM'S WHISPERS I I forty } rar hat been one of the For County Treasurer: $

n,"- I nr"I11''nt clprtsyim-n of his cl.\ .. JTXK M. HOW LEY. i f

',' Railroad' Architectural FoiSibHtits) are : it r l lIQbtpn !"ev. Jno. S. Cox of Wake. Ark.wiitea "o''iii! .11.1... HP/ 1 is a close student! of For Tax !": flI't>c for: ? '
t a man has reached the 41th I I'
t.r'* .neic lled peuenkrr. aernie.era "For twelve ) ears I guttered i if.llm 'nM,' <" .> n'lii i ha" Ise..n ailed IIMln| to J. I. WII.SON ,
Unlimited I I lifimnrk he realizes how little he really I
trains cnrrjinf Pullman I consulted ix- :!' .. !'iniv.ps; of a ht'tnriia1' For County Ampler of Taxes:
Yellow jaundre.
free re- 'does! know.voniin. 1 l .. D y
f apkMl.tcqacbt'l' We saw toe stone to any Lain' )L ore iiairiotH-aiid: other KOi..i. L. COMES..
KlBff' ch ,lri car, and (rlintn cannortherwaodwuthrrn ; ti'iinbT of physicians and tried al' For County Sui
: size. We have turned I I I II > rintendent of PnblltIn
citire.I II' i"ii ill"". but pot no rclielT ..
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columns.and planed. mould- I I jdt. are so constituted that., 4 ta -tnjr t'on: ji
1.dloloQcar service:''in the'I Ings i\jth\ )> U1d.'r t1.-> grow the younper! they I II I eti I b-fcan: the u -p of n'wiric Hit A LOVE LETTKR.WoiiM i REn MFHRICK. yk

for Rubble: ai\: I ,; of iJiease "I'or "'onnt)' :-lIn'' ", or. .S
Through Tickets Tla Broken stone II ; dr t and f<" ;!iat am now rur :
Agents Sell
Walls crushed rock for I, i'l i:, -lot Intert'ton, If your"'ool.im J IRVING: fiOUTO.V.;
: : : th..' had me in its' Frat|p for I I
-'i Sidewalk, and A No. 1 I fg 1 i I for a eiiaranleed calve forMirp For County ro-nmlsiloners:
:; ,,: L. & N. .jt i h are not sensitive on the age t" dye > I'1Ir." If you want a rell- 1st DistrlctIIAHR'R''HARDS t
Lime always on hand. "" i :: >- Imnis or. pilps. Otto Dodd of ,
..
\ ... 5cbedulIs.S1SSPtU Car or ilion; as far as \\b&- other fellow IsS.U at! ie mi1"1! n" for liver and ki :', "I'ond-r.! \In. wrfps"I m fcre within 2nd District-C. C HAIGHT. ;

..t. .. H .....s- to -, ...mach disorder ot geueiiu : 4th District
I luble -R. J.
: l'r"" I caacjrued.Veally. tr o iisly: ore for a year but a box of PECK.
R4 E! dc'illity. get Electric Bitters. Its para nUI' lpn's Arnica Salve cured me. It's 5th DIstrict-WALTER WALDEN.
4 f'J. M. Fleming.nofMaMWutBay. how' teed by ill drugs!: S'N. tnly! 5o0.'ALDENBI'RCThe I For Members of School Board
tit IK astonishing ieep: a the )best salve on earth. 2.:< at all drug :
1 ,
; AptIt. orreic
W"w ''iman's .) UlI>atu.. gos> when she at- -tore. I 1st Distr.ct: -J. T ZIGLER. ,

akasstv.le.Fia'To .ds a funeral.man '\ Prince of 2nd District H. S MILLER.F
a wealthy Viennese i 3rd District C. '
t \ "ildenburs. I F. YOU="Gs. -
I I I I Ii REPUBLICAN NATION *L AND CONGRESSIONAL t
blema-n. a' d I his newly wedded hri.leE For Justice of the Peace _
who with seemlli4'1u'h I. :
t' agrees you
.i lli Friends ci Orjtdied! Libor.a .] more Intelligent than the man + spending: their honeymoon in an TICKET. 2nd District-E. WHIDDEN. ;
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CronkhiteQuarry Ajcompanlwl 1 t>v a -
1 3rd District
that Einal\ manner -Frank IDNER.
re wMony quest 1 Ithr does not. e: !: )
.;a. Btertn any store to i v ,ilte mule, which carries a small travr For Presidential Eleeton: 4th District-C. W. PIERCE.

:iaaktl' a INrchUe fOIl kindly ))'omen like to feel that men regard nit outfit they are making a walK- C. F. BUFKtJM.CEO. 6th District-W. J. GREEN. L

,salt tfi s clerk to sow 1;you kits i s a favor to be presented to them. I Itour through Italy. A lance: staff K. ROBINSON. For Constable: : 4 x
Co. servants Mlth heavy luggage lraelsB :3rd District-DAVID McCUNE.-
Union Card. i1c man may be a lion at a hammer of <
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GEO. W. HOLMES.
tpCAL 'P':17 h .and a prig!!: at home. ". >ad of the bridal pair to arrange fort 4th District. R. FUNK. :u+
reveption at the best hotels of the O. A. W. WKVDELU 5th District-I.
Ir H
: Retail aerkajntenatkmal f ;Some women insist on being taken / Burton ,
vlsite-1.\ A. :M. CUSHMAN. a4r. .....
'lSHoa. J ItamL atold. t.ns .
tPiTACtt! Asset MIAMI FLORIDA. -- .,. .



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S? i"fff TRIBUTE TO WILLIAM LAESCH I WOLFE ADMITTED''. IS CULT
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something to be p/i/lic! of. DEALER IN
:1 Etc Neighbor and 'ril'nll"ntt a Their candidate for'' tate SJiKrinI'Mident O 0 T.I.L Y ..tE.\TS'I'tILLTIlY' > ) fGl S. O .1

f Sketch of His Life and I I of l"ubln hid r itl Ion d'-nieil Uii : 0 Goods 2
C"haral'tf't: vjHdh at Penca.'ulA hat the Ian 0 O ;

;UKhe use.i al; ltIst jyte late (',,10..1 1 00000000 OOOu0 0000000000000C, ;

"iiti-l.-! | t wa.. urnUiii+nr abusive, and ,

Editor of the M .tn>| "lisTUf .that I Ii', wa moral 1 1 t)r1ptmsit i! le fur .A.N'N'OUN"OEM'ti1N'T.: : -

rea-nt sudden and almost tragic its pn iii, ation. f.1i |' are beinir spent in private : .
THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY: OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES: THAT MISS
death of VS ilWam 1Ntear! h's homeat lion W. A. Hlount, Tr of the liest I
HANNA PHIBE SHIPPEE, OF BOSTON THE NOTED SOPRANO AND I and public enterprises in *
Larkin;; Post-Office, a few miles acid: most honorable fil f in Llunda! ;
boiith of here i anted a shock and sent ..i\s that \\olfe projW'lejl{ Inn,self to TEACHER OF SINGING, WILL CONDUCT THE VOCAL DEPARTMENT:

{' a thrill! through the conimunittwhere -ILII an adniissiiiti" thatulli r\.. language; heu DAILY BETWEEN AND: 4 P. M. AND: WILL BE PLEADED TO EX- Miami:

he ijted I all.1! the irroundmi' ; MttlemenU -'il alHiut Mr Chl"l6' was false and I-I.UN HER METHODS f VOICES, TESTED FREE.FRANKLIN Vigorous

)>ned and re-i>fLtel a., he IIh""II''!! and that he JglgneJ inch an COLEMAN BUSH. ,

left behind him a l.rmht admission and a retraeflpn. usitm tin
wasp he ban :' The United States
---- -- Government
has force omen i
(our lJllp of good citizenship Kind words that such publications 'arc. untrue a large

' husband and an indulgent int.llm-nt and Iibu41ous. aifit.we do herein working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic

""'" parent, -this with his exemplary Christian ri'trai.t the same' ?Jj I ; dredge can be heard and
day night it works ita
as
Now in the name ufyrtenrisn t |ia '
'j. and "
:: ; life anrc'harar'r.! M-ei-.1! Tfie Hudson ,
t. 2 ratable, in his industrial undertakings; dirtnt'il! thing nnHtf.. I>a-' ...f the Bicycle. way out (,f tHe famous Biscayne: Bay to the grej .
th..hl'ft1"l'f'al''f
iiimni;ttee 1..1" t Atlantic
He .has left to his fatmlt and fi lends a
\ Floruli! toote for sMchva\ man tor thisIHisiiioti' h
thelnfinort of a name they 1'1nng
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and'loungl; linger over'dlliam ,' :< TI' .I:.: I IS: =VO CITY IN THE SOUTH THAT HAS HALF SO BRIGHT <
Is Ride.
Built to
\ Hollow \U tilt{ttitr with! lil.l
lit \': l-ae-h was of =tun''.-' GermaJ .- 'but h< baa' tr:ed to I hitiis. vtn The uhoiLf de-vent horn on' th : "Hi of >
:No4mler. 1 4'I': I.. itereen Pom- ,!1it'J" I \b\ l 1.' I'\lur'1'Zin.1! It is tint g ti! <' Best heel made. \ \\0\UER. : AT THE RAPID GRO\\T'IOF THIS FAST DEVELOPi.vr .
Ills faii't! that th" ea'e111'.at hi"u "...1 I t" 1 ?
ittit.1] 1. :; 'J
1905Don't $4
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''. roeri. i.ernia-n' ll a' tin"f f"'ir- .
in. 'I i l 11|. 1. nctPMih adnn:'i d) hi:> ;--
tif was iiiiilirnn! ',I Iti the !.11.rall!! Till: 'IIME I '
1.\
"OME
t' : FOR
YOU TO
> 'r'' \"IIlf.' i- t'ttf{ Voters \I.P INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN''I

church Two sears la'T he > ith h"- ... ...t .111h"! ,)-,' the les* "vii tr'ul) ('a.. 1\: \T.:TL-T": I'llT WILL BRING YOU A HANDSOME PROFIT "t.
taro\ttts. ri'no: to this country' 1 1.11 settifillat !- her' l.a'.ots'; lor Holl,"1'1,"ayi :. Throw A 'JYour\ OH Tires i
\\ \\ 1
:. Saginaw; : : :Muh Coon after he .

.1' ', went. to mil :..e. mil 1 look I a collegecoutjie 110 rEI.HItJT.S Look These 1 1I
at
r pie'prrit: fir a I.oth."' a:. : \" l'\II.OC, I d!' 1; \\ i .n. \11 .,r ./i t )h"'l1 .ill?1 tu u il.c. t'j. G.

44; leafier and. \ for thirst .tears he stood I'ni I' hi \\' 'Tllr.1 Hnit.'ittlal': E I. I IIlow .", ,01] "i- t c." \\ I' ni. 1:11': in,' it, |I" 'I'| i'iMl '! .

.-1 high in edmational. cinles a.-, one of ) !t .\ IIfan (' -J':, J.: Ii. II \I-!: \! n. l\ >!,., tnk ''I\i'l' Tin-. tL I I.otv what 1 till be in a few tears the fashionable quarter of Miami, from

'" the.kinost sin' essful lenh-rs t.'r I'hI'Jt'.e ? 'i'' ""Ofl 1 1"d.rr1.t./H" \\ ;'.. ., 8 ''N, HI to $111100, fah'* .,. 1
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I1v'1.|| his fiat position being In (Chi '01.. :N.work t'tttfia.." Tlillpr rp

eaeO. 111 He also] taiu'ht in :Sair1nawandAdn ; 'l,ia: I I. ""ha, I. 1: \ IL1httt', /"mrl-. The Hudson Cycle Co. A th''"'-roorn house near the center of the city for 12,00000.:! This pro

(u Mi h. his sertloe' always town'a. .' t' t V<<:UItI''r.: I' rtv consists of I1-, lots and has a number of :bearing fruit trees. 3

t beitig in demand In September. W I i il\lUI1 ttiLat'o'. ,I' \t1t t'i_ :'llfo'oI.I t
One ':-00111 houjp and lot $1 SOO.00/ :
MOSA\cnuoU.! Opp Ulkn orft 8Jo.klant | | ,
t he fe gi igned as teacher of the clcrman \I \\alt : """,, \It II yl I a.

' ; Lutheran School in \drian Mirh his ,'Iu: se : l l II (',, s'-e, \li.uto, ?1So00<'. (.,0.10r''i :t:1GOv: W aC.-.'OC OG00.'tC00'OQ.D.7 tY pQOOpDC.yJMY ,'\? One '.-loom home :and lot 12,30000:! v ,,
:ii health fatlln? him and! lie derided tn itl-'AYNI, : I: sofa

. leahl! bleak climate of the Northwest II 111'1' 1 1\."rout! .1 t lal-JlI'\ :N' a lie i-irre r. ,'trnrp (new) which" rented 1-st year for 170000. for four

: and come down to Florida ft \ .. hE: \lartijt J t 1 I L.rntli mouth It for sale at $7.00.00. iV
r' rY, ;
"W In October W: when he came Kh 'in New Turk : Elt,, nolll",. N" "

1% 6- With his family direct to his future I '>rlt'an' II F ('am..t(1d'.Ir.,.1'! ,'jn. P SUK1ALTYJ. ;( PROPEitTY \\ITI1IN EASY DISTANCE OF MIAMI. aR/

. yrC home, near Larkin Post-Office. he hav- X \\ 1Ia-nl.: Little FallMiN{ Y : \\'tlltam One : lngpurchasp: the Improved part of .T. \I.fpr.ItJ.nllllll.
H Kiechler H F
Sixty one-half
plautel in citrus fru'U.
. -, acres alt bearing.
'.4- O. Rogers' homestead Mread- there I 1'atne, 1 Hallllll"r. 111 i.E'ERGLADE i. .
3<*-ac'* orange and grapefruit
!4 grove.
: wall:, a splenlld start of fruits espe- Ii i iJ

daily I mangoes ararado pears and X IIFlo\l'! Jr., K. ( lat F \11:1": 50-acns of good ridge land $:JOOO per acre. 44-
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p'J Kuala, which he ban splendidly] de- tat L ("osKroNPK wife) I sis I '''I. city; I IK3 One rt the greatest Investments ever offered, which consists of *

Yeloped and :Increased at the same time S. Klean .1. 1'. \1"igli Yo New York I la 3L. tales, Ile t orange and grape fruit grove, pineapples and tropical fruits. This w
&:''t erecting a jelly Jam and preservedfruit C Or&ahfe.' 1 .,.
Jo: Holton New ; Charles T I I make on Ideal country home Investigate! t.._f fA
- factory with splendid success Wilson. New York: V"! Alexander\ g
r' I II; I I 42-ncre pinery for $1,500001! 't
and:.only this fall he added aj evaporating 'south Carolina.W: B. 'il1.1pend"I', Daytona I : .
--I On Flllott Key and Key Largo have which Is low ta prtd
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,r I boiler for evaporating fruits by steam F. B. Wright Jacksonville(! ; Mr. and I .A.n.n.Ou.1oezn.en.1i but wi'l!! greatly Increase In value In the very near future.
I THE MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE FORMATION I
alone But in the midst of Industries Mrs Claude Edge cllj Ernest Casson Le aa tell ;you about It.SPIERS. '
: OF CLASSES IN VOCAL MUSIC BY MISS J HANNA PHEBE SHIP-
and energy he Is suddenly cut off from Imbridge., Pa; i cartee Front
3'. any farther earthly work he loved lit) I Royal. Va ; A. Gf'Ort iJarkaon"lIIe! PEE OF BOSTON-:
MISS SHIPPEE'S EXPERIENCE: AS A TEACHER OF SINGING: IN THE
dearly, leasing as his splendid example A. James |tH Mrs. T. A. & MERGIERi: ;
PUBLIC SCHOOLS AS WELL AS IN STUDIO WORK. RENDER: HER EMINENTLY -
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surpass It. He leaves In his beautiful I !b SUCCESSFUL. Real Estate and Insurance Agents 'T
: PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY FROM 3 TO 4 P. M. VOICES TESTED FREE. ; t
cottage home an Invalid wife, a sturdy BAY VIEW |
PRIVATE LESSONS 20.00 PER TERM OF TEN WEEKS TWO LES- Box D.
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grown aon and winsome daughter He Charles Pratt Atlanta E. F Mac- \
SONS WEEKLY.. CLASS LESSONS NOT MORE THAN FOUR PUPILS FLORIDAs
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.Mm In Michigan. Mandarin; J. M DeAn' and family,

tE; J JAMES A. PINE.a Ir j. Springfield. 'I enn ;' ; 225 flOcrlll ire.t. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH. Director
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H\y L; All of the Jots were laid 1 off in the Bridge C/u/ | any lo erp'"t and complete A petition was presented 1 bthe than $t+'Nt to $1_ and! these :lots are ll.\ .low we, .ist a few furni be
L original plat of the city of Miami. a magniAie\lt bridge across lIp river I'rollf'rly| owners also for pnvln1; streets only I IJ u' to I llu let i-|1'. while ours f.ir) rent for the season -,

Florida. and are full size 5 xl50 feet. at Twelfth jflreet This steel draw millIK und laving! sewerage. which will be are 1:." fe t.'e keej' a free team II
i.-Koom: HCllft-e, Fourteenth street OO.
i These are tba choicest loU in. the city l2It1,4..ft:!' :. 4t In length and :3n: feet parsed at th...r next meetingae' agreeing our door ready to show our lots to '
: Room House. Avenue C, $3:5. '
y f beyond any doubt, as they are only wide, inclih&ng double walk This to donate the citv's portion of the real seekers of homes or Investors and T-Kiioni Hou.-e. Seventh street $' JO. .,
four blocks from the pott,office and draw will'he supported by 'ncrete, cost of same It Is our Intention to will l>e pleased to give you our time if
h-Koom House Seventh street $300.
r'f f business center Every lot Is In full and steel anjl l concrete pillars. The entire make this th' pride portion Of the city jou are inearnent Remember, also
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ts view and overlooks the oeautlful length rf the bridge will\ be 2DO hence will not hell an)' lots to other that "P mean what we say Then we .-
Avenue C. $!uNt.
f Miami river, and also a perfect view of feet, and Is guaranteed to be rumpleted than deslrat/ie persona and in less l tell you that only a few lots mill be
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_ c the business and prominent resident and reartf Mr ravel b> Januar 1. llf'5, 'I'-"n twehe nuu\ths, we confident\ expert mid at these price. but that you have Below we !list a few special bargains e

: portion of the ctly. It Is only flue bj the Conlfrse Bridge; Company. this pan of the <'itj' to have from the choice oi all of them and that we for ..aleAtenue :
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minutes' walk from BlMSTB BaT.i Besides this. we have already ar- ni to 1 1111 of the choicWt buildings; and\ guarantee to build the bridge and pave H. iota $lo cash and $5 per

where the liver empties Into It, and ranged to lave Eleventh. Twelfth and liiinns to l I"e found Ilk the city fully the streets at no cost to those who purl ? month. t.

1t ; being situated on the south and westside Thirteenth Streets. and Twelfta street equipped( { with water sewerage/; and hasp from us. and that both will" \ be Hat-Front; l Lot r",xiso. $4,5<>i): easy !j-

s the breeze from the bay sweeps will be not ijnh completed b>' January elw lri< light!: o'r'ileted lit' January 1. 1"*
; t unbroken up the river and across the let but Itl. 'ill be extended west and :Now, we offer! only a few more lots will do it Hememlx-r also that if you ';, Hoi:Ke. bay front lot. riparian ...

F plat so that :In summer It Is impossible paved till l Ii intersiMtn the paved road ai the alKive prues und tetra, hi.mre biiiulit a lot as near as Seventh street rights tropical! fruits and shrub ;.

[ 4o get a mom delightful location for a through th General Lawrence property we ad\an e |1'1 l ii eslt wliiili is fii-t'er! a'ay that It would hers aljcinlng city; very cheap, at ;. ,

c. home. thus taking this the most i travel not forget that Twelfth street I is ii-t ;xi>u fro ::1 $'>'!Ili to $1 t.last. with ...at- ranti'sew $4,155'0R'san :

Every lot tin this entire tract I It is ed thoroughfare about the city. a.;; ;,1 1 twill the best one in the city', as it has er ; Ho'i:. with lot 7xI50; 1900.

4 high and on pine land consequently save tw> miles dKtan e going anil lien rhoIii I:.' finest line h and stone \\'. hj\e .H." in ti.. real esla>. l l>.1,1nfss 1- Farm of 4:> acres all cleared 1.000Irtts "

,t! there U no harbor for mosquitoes. nor chiming from the North Oranv.
off from the In' )>roi,"'rtie8 hn," ( I must decant r..IIIII.. ... know hint .. ;
f is the breeze cut bat ; an ''' mieai o got |"irox ; In's III u ktimiiuat' ciHoaniits. manyla
'' ; dense hammm or forest tree< :Now un'v! a few word!> mol'1'' h end I It i is seventy f"011I hie and If \ n'l' at.'fl.rauior in the city. donut l--arint. three acres In t"'o-thlrd.r!

; This property would hateMong/ since not ttli.d a t.." of our frl.'mis and clients has 10-foot dewalks: The courthouseand lie dm i off h. i In* |Loses dial are :JOWHl: \ pineapple plants '

Ii been the ('P .ter of the city and built In the i ,tv' what "e were lolng lo On Hall 'lots are onn' three Kl" en Mill ,11 prauperti"ti| wlilt,! h are offered In bearing: has an 8-room house,

: up with elegant homes but from the tin namely ell a limited; number of 1 IIM ks awav and( the water! stw<.raee bati" and ..\pr\ one Iti the t-jt' with 80/ feet of veranda. 1 I

fact there was no bridge across: the our lots at the small sun of }''."" for and i,It"urn' lights are air- adv ionipleKd bill se.- us taut projierties that are .v- tt ','M' Prlce.j'ks

c- Miami river tear it. so that to reach it inside' loll. and S t.o;<> for orners Due- to the met / I'cllp. wal"II;: "''1 IV i !hi-,teh handled l by our firm and -..tutll 8't Acres tw.t miles we't of Lemon City!: SJIHIMM. -
$ han mile third\ ra-ftr Inlame on' al"I tw > earn for the turn ,'f \\' 1
'' yOU had to pass more a bridal uv ;) ntr pr" e ene 01 ttlis'ra" ( on a ;ood rock road; good ?<
t' r. Beside ther- were no paved streets Some fifty of our frietdwit. i knewus Those of you ||.inkil:K of i I.'IN lilt a in our prui.] i and u .. warrant every neishliorrooil; Price per acre. $15.,'t-.

a or roads K this point Realising the have already iMiugh'!; Id's. ai d I quitea "0111". ju>l think f"r a moment .sold leil leatitu our 11m. .. if )'o" are a '.1 Acres one and a half miles west otl Jfi'fi
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h full Importance of opening nit thistract number will build elng! 'nt homes as }th.. lots cm I welf'li!, .sini.; to tIp r.ver / stiaiiRerx" e will !h. 1:11..1 l tu nit MHI. Little Kner Depot $20 per ecre [[r't'Jrf

;' f\ we secured a few weeks since soon a. the lirldge w ion ''iletod The just a little more than one ;'t'.r sinieat anti l will fiiton the Ix-nefit of our !'" Acres one and a Half miles from .

" t L an option on all this property at exceedingly (Couni. at their last meeting October }JVi to $:!t'.H cacti : now most of them tvvent;) ) ear ,'xp.n..nc'; e in s,.1'| ". tins (Cutler port prairie, part pine; th*' ;

i low figures wd have already :2"! 19"4., oruerecl sidevja'ks' laid on :,re built up with flue houses, and nova .xiiir grove f runs home. mtcstnients.or cheapest property In Dade count'Ri a

contracted with the ConverSteel Twelfth street to A\enue K ait lots can row tie had for less ant infor" iMon In our .IMIWCT Price $2+)/). .
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THEDAILYMIAMI "I' .I. IN .I. r,. of I'errine. i-> ai Ont todav's i I Ii i I-UK MN.J.| 11'01"at bh.1 tiiitoniirm Ur. Harry Her. the dentist has I I ('ua. ;

: METROPOLIS. visitors 1 in the city. i :MI A. :\Khoui; 1't.CO.:> '. .is..il a spar of oRlns m the Uatchettli'iililing Him : \'\
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TUESDAY OCTOBER ::;, 190. See slick Sample: SwitchelUI Ten i w .. l
4 The I'rvst.il! In \\orks, 0" n.'u b}' E. ---- ----
:Nights in a liar Room. 1 Ox-Tail Soup at lliu>on llous" Tu.- mv'
MAIL SCHEDULE. L"Ir. \\ Coditicton was bunted last Saturday -
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morning The lo>sai f R"'tH''; ': ,
and Mrs L H. O. Sjo trojn. willtsi.ie
s; Arrive from the North- winter insurance $">.'IHN). It will lie rebuilt I
at HaMandale this ; where .
;: 7:00 a. m.fe larger and better than bt>(pre.I Contractor lied l)n kerson expects to :
Mr Sjostrom N eugaged in buineaa i
':65 p. m. finish up the work on the Baptist

QOM, for the North i I I Messrs Dale Miller and Laps''* > url'h to-morrow or next day and as a
Laugh and cry w1th us In Ten Nightsin bad l
i ; 6:1 a. m.'i K..llpr.nt up to West Palm Beach Pierre &: Hardie will\ begin painting I
a Bar Room next Friday night at the 1 I
y "e H (;l( p. m. I auditorium. i t I| this morning to get one of their new i the interior to-morrow, no that it will I
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1a n- V fishing boats which baa just been builtI i: be finished 1 up by Saturday and service I

: I Miss Beatrice Myers, of Bissp: %. in''i I there by A. T. Rose They; are petting will be held there next Sunday. |'of I

TOPICS. ., reaily to Into the fish business under I
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\ tOWN "ow engaged with Mn S B. A ..DOOkkeeper
Fish Chowder! at Hinson House l'rl<1ay
>> and office assist ht:,, the firm name of Keller &: Miller i

p Cornlig R.Ten Nights In a Bar Room d\!\ LOST MERCHAnt PIPE. Finder George L. MacDonald the civil engineer -

:' aut Friday night. October 28. Sample Swltchell and Mebltabij;Jane has opened a Miami office In
will return to this office and receive
( Ann Cartright will show ;you ot;| it is the Hattbett building, 320tt TwelfthQreet.
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reward F. W. K
done In Ten Nights in a Bar Rodm.Mrs This will be
Mrs. T.( A. Harrow of Danla. l let much appreciatedby '
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r + among the visitors in the city to-dav I I IR f. Mr. Arthur Keller is back from a his many patrons and others requiring pw\
DV.. Morau and Miss M tan his services. :::( l
I visit to St. Louis. Kansas C'ty and
'Vista ticket of Lemon City are visiting and :ihop- o i I
Buena : has been made a other western points, and Is to be
y lung In lowu today. if Oyster Stew at Hlnvm House Sunday
Charles has ; I
station and )lr. Cou.ie L found at his post with John Sewell &:
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been appointed &Cent.FOURoi"YICE t;" Brother. He enjoyed his outing '
Vlrglnla-Caolina\ Chemical;||Co's. very I Every day new' fates are seen on thstreets ''", | !
much In lane numbers This is evidence '
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ROOMS FOR RENT. special bran Is for soeclnl cropetttatf ;
hake Produci.to.i. that the tide of travel, is iiirnlni "
Apply Room 4, Hatchett Bulging 'I ;
1 |i. HI} < A BARGAIN. t-oiilliwarcl and 'that tin m\. and th '

+ Mr. and ;.JIrsV, H. Rleihler promInent Mr. D. M. Conallj. of the Baf. View' i I LOT AND: HOUSE OF NINETEEN: 'I entire East 1'tast will sn LH' trnc.de.! ('''" '
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young People of CiuuuutU. are Hotel has goue ou a visit i lu Itti: 1"1 I ROOMS. on Eleventh street Good 10lation '' ilh tlIO,. tfKiliK liaHli, riirrdtioi' need l : ;
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among tbe;:late arrivals In the city tr home In Jacksonville. nu a biifciness :: for any Jmsine..s. Will sell on : .t :(1! i Ifi-ti-e away from HJH chillini!: ,r.... |
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i i trip and incidentally tu take In the .ea.-iv terms. Ia now bringing JS40 per blasts of the :North:

-v carnlta-l 2i year rental For particulars address
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: See Simon Slade sling the hot stud! P. O. Box J3": ((! ltami. Flai i 1 FOK S\I.E FIVE.HOOM COTTM.KHiini : !: '
In Ten Nights in a Bar Room. t et : | I, |
i I hate a few Real bargains for the'i :-;. t sintl 1 Eter y KIIII\ i:io,lt'rn .
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Chemical Co's.
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E. .'. )lsreiph. .ralnma..i''r of tae: c. t 'C-irro I the Homese..l..r.rent., complete fertilIzers are best for all ; "
'i Florida East Ooant railwav I" aIn c. -T'-e between growing crops.| Enoorscu by the beat Frank Juniper aOIIIIK': ; emir
214 Aveuue LI, Jt-cmd ,
in the cltv'on IltisinPs lnn.'tf'11Ith farmers eYer)''v Imlir-i CrllJ1c": Klv.'r. who |HEnglih -:. I : | Ij
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and T! rd streets 'f f i litre.Drake ,.
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#} his road. -- htbucna i iI I i t-t-s-tf I Produce Co.Captain I quirt \\,11.) wa in the < ..tto ..'I' i 1, I '
| ; Ftuut.t mi- murPing'orJatkwmvale I ila\I '. and! alod! ai' the Merrolsti.o9'| : 't I I ;

W.r.Pear..s.. WlI.o.'A i| ; to take in the lifnlial j jFro j i G. B Baker is making rapid He \\ anlpto see His Chief Sh.-T; ; i l '! : i

C n/*. .u then le will RO >to ht Mate's, ([ prO&n'lIl1lth the excavating work for ; Frohock but he was out of tie r 'jrHP 4"'" : -

t la. ll'h! n 10 his parents a- ;d i ri la- the new water mains, He has a large i wanted some information as to ,ie !

gc A number of vessels of the fishing tiM-t He will IM absent an.,Ut two lone of men at work and the tienches law about selling venison 8Il'IDI' al ... ; a

fleet which) have been stormbound ta a eeki. f for the big Ib-lnch main have already his white friends wanted some He
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:i port the past tew davs gdt away to the been opened from the pumping: station I said that he was 'scared to kill and j

,-. rounds yesterday and this morning. Fancy Frank fixes fresh Dzies for Up to Fourteenth and along that street i sell any hut had an idea that the ... _

foolish friends In Ten Nights In a Bar to Avenue D. Mr. Fred Ruler will Sheriff might help him out. I I

< See Fancy Frank mix tbe drinks in Room. follow along with the huge piping, andIt "cc.. i iI i',I r

: Ten Nights in a Bar Room. will not be long until the Increased Mr John M Townly foriaerl a la '

v The tug Angie a..d:1'111":: < .b' :.> supply will\ be avaiable In cas of Ore I prominent business man of Miami and I Let '

Arnold Peutz, one of the successful from 'Texas to her home port, Brtonsck. or other needs. now owner of the Townly block corner i I DO .

fv,: truckers of the Mandarin section on \\'! Ga and which came luke port I of Avenue C and Twelfth street '|'

f the upper coast.. In in the city looking yesterday morning for coal ami siin- Mr Allan R. Parrlsh has a.cepted a and other talu&Me real estate here. i I

around and may purchase land and plies; resumed her trip nortlj this position on the business staff of the returned last night from a tour of Call- SIC.

t engage In gardening here morning. > Morning News, and is now working the ':'fornla and the West, and will make I

r- --- 4' city to Increase the subscription Hat i'Miami his future home Mr Townl
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Joe Morgan Is the "real thing" in FOR RE 'T.-My cottage .t Coral Mr I Parrlsh Is an experienced newspaper says that In all of his tra-velp be has
Crags" the bay in the Bricketl"ham
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Ten Nlgbta in a Bar Room [ man. and will prove a valuable .not found a plate that \pleas\ him
4fr mock Furnished or unfurnished; Address H.
assistant to the proprietors of this excellel better than Miami and he proposes tn
The BapUsl( Young': Peoples Union ; : paper. The Metropolis notes ,Mast his lot here Mr Townlt and Mr

will give" a,:ma"1u"ra.I"! !party ;'n-nl:hl 1m Mrs. >>araret. Arnold GI To? +;:ri. with pleasure! the rapidly J:1'ow'ng bus Townh! "'H brother Tom will m ill\) arrive .
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tr dial luvilatjon\ iu extended to all meni- 1 of :.
t-t-s-tf Ucuite Produ.'n.yr I II prosperity
1 "*. 3t'lnn "o--cJ those of "hf I*.:i*'. An Interesting meetniK of the ladies'Afternoon

?,'4 list congregation to attend I I One of the small coasting sloops I The Immediate family of Mi J J Chili> wan hell Ntstfnla

j which started out v" sterdav rtioroinci : Dykes formerly of this city. but row afternoon at the Manse it win' *i much Youngs' Pharmacy I

M FOR SALE. CHEAP for the lower coast returnethis,. I II II II giving! at Fort Lauderdale will hold a hiisiness of iiiportamc was tru1 acted r

:t OPEN U1;HTER. 5 by 18 FEET. I morning with her mast brokrrt' and1 i'reunion at Titusvllle next Stind.u Mr It was a-numiaci.l that the < lub> l.as secured ,

Just the U-l; for use on river. Apply I forerigFing gone. Her name cJ iUl not I I Dykes has eight surviving children the use of the Fair Hill.ihns for

e: Box 91. be learned 1&: [i,, and they, with their children, will me. tat library and tlub u-ai:"s. and! it was A complete an.cUt' IIllJe..tcd! \ ..trwkWe bur mr Irujjs in

tLi :i the residence of a brother. Mr planned to have transf. rn-d the clul, ; small iiiantics| and "ften. si we can p''tayhave them frui and

? Captain Ross, of the Jupiter carried Captan Ed. Graham commaniner..vrt the lx.nc.ht of this and are alwa.'t -atified&Atttt

i Captain Hihrkle! and. load of lumber pleasure yacht Enterprise owjiefa by | family gathering Those who will be the month On a< count of tht stormy

low n to Soldier Key this morning The I Mr. J. E. Inpraham third vii '. .IIII I present are Mr and Mrs Ja'nes A conditions and had ",.a.h'r '>'r sometime eft jdnCl.n' ana ,y.

lumber win be used In makln repairs dent of the Florida East Coast rtw ay. Bethea Mr. and Mrs A. Vlncc-nt and past tl proposed enteriiimment

'Kt to the proPerty there which suffered will leave to-morrow morning w)4tji) the :|'''Mr and Mrs. George N Dvkes of for the fire sufftirers was abandoned : : : jrom edintiu : : : -

( by the storm, and in adding ext'nBlveh yacht for Palm Beach where J ?.wfll Titusville: Mr. and Mrs. D. Palmer. of I' and a cash donation ordered paid. It -- -_.- --- -i+

x to and changing the fish crawls main- meet Mr. Ingraham and a ptr1)}' of Altoona; Mr and Mrs. A. H. Fa\'pr' was announced than the dub will etv at the soda fountain. Special creams and sherbets Saturdaj .

tained there by the East Coast Hotel. friends and bring them on a' I IbOUtb. and Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Cook, of St a Halloween part atthe Fair lilding afternoons and l tvenmjrH'', \Ve want your patronage and 'I

Company. m .- Augustine; Mr, and Mrs. C. L. Don\hv details of which will be announce<' always endeavor to see ti; ,:.t the best in our h. .
t'Ilist'I and Mr and !Mrs J. A. Lasseter later A sum was appropriated for new

horse Talk to neighbor who of Miami Mr. Dykes father and grandfather books. and several other
FOR s.u.E.-one good family yeror matters of Personal AttentMM Aveu.e D. T... Dews Ya& 01 I'cslOffkt
$ and robber-tired carriage Price for V.-c. Tip Top. before buying ycM.. fUllzer **- : of all the Dykes offspring will minor importance transacted, among ?
tM-i to ... prcWriptiomcd \V. E YOU r\GS.
.", both. 1100 ;:Address "C' care Metropolis also be present to rejoice with those which was th* receiving of several ap- :: PROP. S

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I can only Imagine 'that the Russians !, The violin maker gets people! total I

COLORED PEOPLE + I r : Was Cut to Stiii ftI lost their head ltd biased twajr In lots of scrapes. I IAn Southern Railwa f ir

HERE? AND ELSEWHERE I H. confusion, and when they discovered I : :
; \ e That Suited him their mistake steamed off." actor knows that the Hunch

I From Interviews with members of back" can be playedslrafght.." ,

:'I and as a result we are trawler crew.;. It appears that the adj,I j World's Fair Route

:t. Mr Claud Dorset Is still very 111 working I miral of the fishing fleet r-i-r-M green If bread could talk it would probably

now ( Mares it, show that they wer" '.irmlem: j j( say "I rise to explain." Best Line to St. Louis
ed) at I
Mr. James .a..soo I Is tndi-i FOUR MEN TAILORS I'.shermeii.! Int these signals; were .
this writing. Ig-I.| Even the chiro|> in order to keep ahead qi nored the head of his profession Superb dining car service
Eighteen: injured 1 men are her undertreatment ---
i- We are tOIL that the sparring contest orders. All this his i I
our One trailer Ibp'ren.. ,
at Jaikson' Hall was a sjciess | Jails made for those hIt Stop offers going and retaking:
| been brought about by is ml.. IIIJ:. and it in feared she hasbeen are nut : a are ,

lire. Sharp-C :aid "two" other ladles ( the satisfaction which I follows snot, I free anti eaHe's --> at Atlanta Knonille Louis ille Asheirille =k

4 t .. :
;: from Lemon Qty\ were" In the city yesterday -, our w ork. ., :MR STONE'S ADDRESSThe a 1,1| lHiker." may iifinlwthe

%P on business ,j jMr j jj H ugliest d'\ .<">.live j ou ever 8.1\\ I! and principal North Carolina Monntain Resorts. t.

aloe. of a newo service in a I --- Acrl
Robert Abbury.. who does rustir'work if Jfi ixilitiial and international sense was The Insurance ion'paiues ilo rut ob-i,I See High Bridge (highest railroad liruljje in the world.) Famou slilue

of all Kind. has no superior in j to girl, having hl-r "flame in the Grass Region, ,
I very for'rbl) brought out In the remarks I jo I a Lexington and LoutM'leFree \ i
'the State at said work. We wake Pants to )'oiij>C of Mr :Melville K Stone at the I |i&rlur. reclining chair carand high .'labs day coact!: .-. Through .J

:' imasure from f jf Press Cluh dinner, says the 1'tillnianlecpnijf cars Jacksonville to St. L< ui-. :
The friend bf Mr J.1' Oraie will" :
Xlllh\lll"l The lcsniiinl adman i hath>- mitrewilling
\meriran The people of rVldirrates,
etc., cheerfully fllnll..h"IIII''n MTt-
r be glad to kndw that he Is improvinga ; application.J.
{ ; are almost entirely ..\.. | I" >-h tu nive home one a piece ,
deal He is up and nut but ill' C. Lusk District
great : news gathering ai-wx latlnns for theirknowledge of It I I Passenger agent

Dot at wor,. $4.50 of what Is going on In England I lOX \\'. Bay St. J Jackson\ ilk! Fla

v g in KusMa.! In Germany, in France. A man of pride natural!}' regards
There will be a called meeting on
in Italy. and In fart. In every part of pate lied clothes a ilanlinlhann' -
g Thursday night at New Mt Ziou Baptist and a Catchy Suit | .
the world It can lie readily!! seen that
church. The pastor requests that low .. .. Deaf anti dumb pt>,lpP n"ua.lyomelhnc hate
as as a new -galhiTing < .N.lal Ion which Is World's Fair Rates
.Y member: be out on timeMr. I > 1 a
every dominated b>' any Interest whatever > on band to talk about !

1tRmod l save that of securing and distributingthe ;
Gro e, and. ] F.
Sawyer'of Cocoanut '
Helps |x>o li> Ret their hands In-the
$22.0. news i by men of trained Intelligence !\! |! Via
of this city I
lira Emma Sjmonette. :
girl at the glove counter
for thin line of work ran be at ;
;;' are to b euntted In bob wedlock tomorrow I I ____ i
a tremendous factor in prejudicing the
!-". evening, we are told. I I a : lieopleof one country against those of A small mouth doesn't prevent a''
'
m4 ---- The
L.&N.R.R.
j' '. another, and in creating international woman having!: a big jaw"The ,
;a" The members of St Agnes Episcopal I
We Guarantee our work or ;jjive i animosities and frhtion which may ,
;t+ church met :.iu>t night to arrange at'I''I back the money you paid for : last for years, and disturbing closer'I' melancholy days ha'om..., the -- .. ,
,3 lain for a reception, which ic to saddest of the ,"
In trade, and year
: relationship commerce
?f given some time in the near future. I IJ' J. A. WORLEVi;: I When tokens of discoiirarenion* on theIceman's '
m ; ";art Mrs. James Lawson, the faithful wife Bank :Mr Stone in rescuing I the people of face appenThe :,I from I s
I Jacksonville
Next to First National ; to St.
odor of Is
| this country from the tender merciesof the rose goue, aid sum
!$.) of Mr. James Lawson. our worthytownsman J
the British news-gatherers, who mer's blooms so fair, I Louis and return
ink
been Tistting
i who hu ; up :
; And everywhere you go the smell of
-- heretofore had been furnishing us with
c Georgia sine* the carnival came in 1
,'f1.' "; ,' Sunday night, bringing her mother. Magic City j European and. In fact most foreign mothballs Philadelphia scents the air.Bulletin. 140.65 . . . Return Limit December 15th. s;
which tinctured
news was largely by
', 33. <)0 . . . . . Return Limit 60 days *;
British Influence, compelling the citizens -
Samuel dnoted'rjI
the
: noUer Mrs. of Miss Rosa Welten.Welters (Dr. Butler Drug StQijIJ of this county to see the European NOTICE. 'J'. 'II) . . . . . Return Limit l 5 days

Xi, '! intended bride), of Key West, situation through British eyes, --

.% [napnl through Saturday en route to A. BUTLER, M. q. and hence in a measure to become partisans To whom It may concern: The L. & N. is the best line to St Louis ?,
In British quarrels with Continental To with the Rules and
a SMford, to the bedside of her daugh Proprietor.DI1g3. ,, I comply Regulations -
,t/i ter. Mrs Jaaie Buhart, who is danger- I powers, was a diplomatic and of the State Board of Health

... CMlIII7 ,Ill' : I political act of a very high value not regarding transportation of the human For rates, schedules and sleeping car reservations
!+# 7e. mm___ + ,: Patcat Medicines nilet t considering at all Its bearing upon the dead, which rules were adopted by the

}$., -. Mrs. Emma Travis and daughter Articles. Saniries Perfume) i newspaper situation. laid Board In annual session February 1
'
!' .J Miss Lillie, eft last night for Jack- and Stationery N The Associated Press now has at 9, 1904. an exaiuiUon:; of applicantsfor J. U. FLEMING, C. L STONE
Only Drug Store In Colored:'TovnCOL every court In Europe, and at all of the license to practice the art of embalming .
t aoavllle, where they will .make their Fla. Pa... Agt. 206 W. Bat 8t JaekwntUle. 6P. Agt. LouinUeI
I ATI o urn nrta sTu T.? principal centers of the world, and. the human dead for transpor-
.amore horn* Mr. and Mrs. Travis i .
i3.g,,II : in fact, through allied associations in
tation in and without the State of
-have sold out their nice home on --1
all cities and towns of the world agents; Florida will be held the office of the
-f Fourth street. and will now locate per RttllqCOWARDLY ACT.U I I at
}$ manen\!ly iri, Jacksonville, here they ". 1. I I and correspondents whose business it I State Board of Health, Jacksonville,
I Is fo report the truth, "to form no ,! Fla. Wednesday October 26th. A. D.. 1
;! : hare some very valuable property. Mr > Firing OR Harmless British Fishing i Rates.
t1 Travis will leave the latter part of tbjs Fleet Lat Saturday Nightl' ; entangling p alliances," as Mr. Stone put 1190;. at 10 o'clock. A. At. The State 'I Clubbing

.. week. '. f*g it In his speech and to gather and I!J Health Officer, the bacteriologist; of the

"s '", The following! London i iinder diayait'h, present the fails so that the public r State Board of Health and the preslI I
I- may form its I own conclusions I dent of the State Eraba.mers' Association .
date -
j., "" / A few 'ladies, met on yesterday at of the 23d. gives gf Ic
':')'d Mrs. F. J. P >ne'B residence In the Interest t.-la :'a o.: the firing on a British R cs{ of the mother meeting Those Itii; fleet' b\ the Russian Bauirfifi-et# was a "moral side" to these reports I conduct this pxamlnat': n There Is no

ji present! wereMesdames, : A. \\lllls 1"1 I s ii the .:North: Sea shortly arin'feuiidnifcht H" Is right The sprea:ling;: of I I fee attached to the examination : The people of Dade County will want all the news

;\i',: Willis. Julia Sweeting Georgia Taylor I: I last Friday night: ||| !I light and truth Is distinctly a moralI JOSEPH Y. POUTER this year as it is to be an interesting one beY Y

f'; Lottie H. Stephens, W P. PicKehs and I Iot ','be Steam cutter )1l-' llp. l"elrtpfe&ig I State Health Officer cause of the elections. ;

: ..1 j i Frances J. ;;"ayne, They did not attempt I' to the Gamecock trawler fleet, *hchw | :Mr Stone'forcible, highly enter- I
,
an organization but simply pisMo I w a.s fiml on by the Russian hkhiC :.lalning and Interesting address was NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION.

[ cussed v'i-trealty" Will organizenett :; !'lect. arrived in the Thames Jo-&Ight. i worth much to all who heard It. I 1 National State and County.
-o- Department of the Interior Land Office :
Monday I I Her captain. P ak"r. confirmed the be- I I
.,. I tails of the story received (ruin ;Iitlll. II \L. S FERRIS at Gainesville Fla., September 19. t '

'.i The following oiTli-ers: were elfcteil 'tie sa.:"t+: } : 1 I 1904. I

V in Guiding Star; Lodge. No. 47, I. o. oft i]i "Krida;.. nlht there were abo'ltgJI: )' I ll-Known Resident of hiktn Expired Notice Is hereby given that the following -
;\ G. S. and h of S : W. C.. J. R. 'j, slsof; the Gamecock fleet flkhipg 1: named settler has filed notice I The Metropolis :

,- \"t Knowles; P, S.. Mrs. M. Hacks; V. C. I't'n latitude :'..15 and longitude Ii ilt I Saturday Afternoou. t of his intention to make final proof in

'-[ William Mitchell; D. of F.. C. Grant; was a Ihl"ty, drizzly night; \\Vi slrrttRld II support of his claim and that afld Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offer''
I Mr Hal S will be made before John B.
of R.. Mrs of mile (hii''i-iI Ferris a widower aged | proof "
., R. S., W. P. Pickens.; l> >\er an area some such attractive rates for various '
Frances Pojtier; F. S., \\'. G. lc'K..n-1 I tnira-i has just previously slgnally : forty years, died l at his place at Larkin Rellly. United State* commissioner newspapers
lj/ I late' Saturday afternoon after au Illnessof at his office in Miami Fla., on October I that there shot'ld be no excuse for people remaining
fiabt
: } zie; D. of F. Miss Lonea (Campbell; I KH ketii and colored light the 1t
.,) Treas., Mri Alicia A. Johnson; C, direction for the night:; Whet hefi\ ttt- thad eleven dawith splenltls 29, 1904 '. viz.. Otto Stellrecht. of Key | in ignorance as to the happenings of
Mitchell follo' Mr. Ferris came here a little over a I Largo, Fla., H. E. No. 27709 for the' the '
,,<.. Jacob n of Can. :Mrs NanryArchie ai thing lo do with what i 1I I year.
.\.' ; palate, s. H Clark, : D of ,'0 : >llt Know the whole" tbjngl: 1 a > ar ago from Washington. D. C.. and sat of nw%. sec. 33. t. 59 s, r. 40 e. HI'I
,NI: Lesson. Mrs SuaanmoR; D. of K.j I I J I m>'stery. :_,;'x: lo-ated at l/irkin. where he began thel I Ii names the following witnesses to prove -------- -

', l.. nltiire of an orange grovp. H,' was a I his continuous residence upon and cul-1
Ih' In!
1'111.; Julia;; Newbold; D. of P. Pnte-'tly.! through the mist .
Sf /Dorothy Dnimmond.. O. S. Birtie Rol- appeared the lights of many vei.- I native of O.lio. but had 1 travelled. exjtensively. : ovation! of said land viz: Joseph A.I{ RATES. i -
I'land b ( thdt4i- arl| wa aril\ and favorably II. i PInder. of Key Largo. Fla.; Arthur I
'; ; P. P. ) Mrs Ali e Taylor These big and sniail Knowing that : i I
Known In the: section In which he resided Finder of Key Largo. Fla.; J. P. Colton -|
ab
'
fleet .
wilt :Monday
\ officers tie itiMalled the Hr i wa< en 'OIl I'. we" nititfafy :
?, I I ITin of Key Larpo. Fla.; Redlth Finder ,
night I I u.slImttd tlw'" they were RII""laull'' )4tt I II The Daily Metropolis
':iii.1 hroueht i iI of Miami Fla j .
; I cannot nav to for certain Tn JHe i tasty was to the city bv I j One Year x
"''Ii : I m'.'rtaVtr (II I W. G. ROBINSON. Register i
M 1 King and prepared ] ; I
Knowh..j-ifiialiliis, ou'e .' .
.A thief enter..dIr: J. R. u-aother.: and 1III'II *$ -I amDaily'
:' .e Hlnz oii Avenue 11 on Snndav ni51'while '.t\ 'I rf'il, searchlights spied out }jfie I! for *|>:)pient to Dn'on. Orego1 here i I 1O.OO r
>
; ; ;: the family was at church aLl 1 if our n..t Suddenly "" ever &..1 nis wife and ton are buried l. tuix: by NOTICE, 'i J imes- nion 4

';1'1U1l&ckedh" entire house. Thuy took : ar-hiw' | started tiring at Shout tf Ih'l rj.ient. tiofnrhe died. It has not >r"-I

ritiwo:: suits of clothes from :Mr h.nowlo". "Hiat.hn h wire nearest to Ih.llt7We. been derided when the body will betnken t Notice Is hereby 1Ihat after the Semi-Weekly Times-Union 5.50

,!;,'*4wo dresd!% from his a ife. J..:"I in v\1 t ;i ist >.ii|povfd" they were blank on Its long; jottrnev to be laid I] vote
'I 'n rest aloni'-lce! | adoption by a three-fo'irhs of Itssto"kholders I
'"- :money, etf what "iKirk "hoi>" they and tlu Ixiat aaln of the Turn! It j-6ch; | the loved 1 ones gone Weekly :Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times _
) !..>fore. I after statutory notice i!
:I1 ,found in the glove, divided H. -
-
k r* that was found in the cupboard in half : irmV 'length Some say 1.1"'a.. fclfiri.g and four weeks' puhMrntion. the Miami I $ 2.00 a

1 T'.:,and turned-.thlngs. generally; ana went them to the KusKfans in f-ul .nd MEXND: WOIEX.Bllr.l..ll : Mortgage; and Guarantee Company of I With Atlanta Journal twice a week $2.25

!otN out leaving the lamp burning! c rfvi. i, ushers that ne meant to aqua:tttithe Miami will\ apply fo the Governor of With Weekly Palm Beach News $2.00
\ ling the slate' -which contained the S'issians with the fait that wee ferl' '-Ri ,i'.b rt J Burdette's I Y
.. ("Icrtda to amend articles I. 3. and 7
', ,"choP8." leaving. ,: it on a neighbor's-1 I. .fareful fishermen aid notleiie di 'xtt7srd. mgri-gation r r.Etepll.- These ,.ere some persons who : .. *. In any case, there "ai< ho I i rented. the Ifr ;lavi'mii' in that city of i its charter to read a* follows:

Q".!'.evidently know all about the whereof | .. f i-'afln;: our o i upatlon. for Yo'1-ktr..1| Ie | for a year' s rh' larpt-st! ball in Article 1. The Dame of this corporation Old subscribers must pay all back dues before theycan

l:1abouta: thi- Know; family Th:j ..- enonkh f"r\lhp Rnssranc f..; I (.os Angeles I !iieri'iKfur'' has been I shall be the "arkt-onville Mort- take advantage of these offers and cash ;

.4 '!should be (high( and punl h"n HIT men were all engaged in flitting Id. ji | useif for pride t case and Guaranty Company, with : in advance must accompany all orders f f'>r
; : -- i-..i t,I..nIt' reall/.til that th r. ," (',.1",... speaker of I Jacksonville. Fla, as Its place of busi- these combinations. ,

m.. "Tom Thumb wedding (pHn'' acre mini shot and lhaf men )i'f'r' the :South AIr: I'si-'iaiieiit' ;. has. just uess I

a, : ... 'a\ BarnW11I I Hall last 1 nigh; pnd: l..r \\ !eiiig wounded, all 'IMH.am terror.iifk1 i "."stahlii-hed II'I c''s! r- or,1. He has Article '. The amount of Its capital j ADDRESS ti
> :.the an piiol{ lirs.: II A Poa er r a'' -. !! and ntiifuseil Nets nete flit 0>oni"l,.'ted fon "ii "rs of nninterripted I hall! be IVWOOOO; ( ( divided into shares )!

!"the best affair! of the ueaxm The little ..1"3'am i wai pollen up. a4ti the cr\i the, choir. without I of JIM. Each to he rail for in cash

|2":I?:' folks all tirefe-..od In lung lire *en. and a\\'r" hiirridl away a-- fact a* ),oa- "\ir"'i' l h.'j -' nt d l'ir'"iij! working provided however that shares! of stork

; ;coats and bar is made one thins of the -MeHOT. R ? !t hours from i' .- "r tnnther cntiseF I may be engaged: by Its members" for Miami Metropolis.
*Teas Tom Thusib. They -ted ;u-t like \\lfH I QIMCK-FIKE Gf'NB >a' n" Th 1 .''.t I ima-ier Oreral purchase and future 1 U-s.ie nil delivery!

: 5"men and women a.. you know they always "'afging hv the rapidity|< of theibots.tre ; I'r-. ne Iveua" r 'p H.n ;>OSB- serie :, by regular deposit thTeon (

do, any'Yo..yl. The follow: ins; .1'ey ,,' from gunk-firing, !; gufc*.. ., I \' (an err Vi. l-i ">h" post office ]i| Article 7. The extent of liability shall''

s. Bade op the wedding party and its ';rave *-en Mime of the shots iueddedu 1 of hi- native t'iv'1 :sjin'Virnp: Falls |i t l not exceed the amount of capital paid I

vilttendantst Mifs Wlllemena Shines l boats They are about the d-aitneter. Ma: c. at Jl I 'ir .' i 'han any other |I in. or money revived or collected by ,

,. tide; Mailer Robbie Holmes groom: :rrplo-- '...'own Ecii: '-'DlaRt'-Gf'n-1 I I I the company. Do You Intend To Build and
-4taster Joth Merest, best man Miss I with lira.* heads J *. ., I''eral' "i : I 'A'!"''= "f von York. I Witness my hand and seal this 15th:; ]

s Naadetha billiard, maid of honor, and .\\ ith the darkness, the rain: 1ifI'| jhe began a '. rl ':' tip Gotham poi't-I day of September 1"04

?'1 'Mr. Eddie,Het eat. officiating minister carp of the M.ar*.h light: *. we wetF. Un- nTlce. and his career .bad l>*en considered (Seal) FRED F. BRIGGS ,! SAVE MONEY?

This U goes dojn In history that one ',able to Identify the warships | After phenomenal.StnesselRefugees. President Miami Mortgage and Guar I'

p11o mat{ied ci>upi is added to our : rilMim half an honr the firing: suddenly | from Port Arthur antee Company. '

-list. Refreshments were served Quite i faxed, and the fleet steamed away say that :Mme Stoesrel. wife of the'arrms Portland Maine. Sept 15 1904! I

_ .Vflw'fTowd} y rae out When mall wt' ->,iee llly In the direction of the English R1I.. lan irenersl t,.'cni the lead Before me personally appeared FredE. INFORM THEContractors in whir all-t.r.mehcH of the Building -

4tMTiy. Channel. of the Red Cross work, and is almost Briggs to me well" known as the T .t ie.. are repn tnted. The ,

Contain Peakers confirms the details -''ndance at the hospital. President of the Sham' Mortgage; and memlior- of tina...s..oialiim cheer-

-Eves with a flrst-clws alarri clock of the fate of the trawler" Crane and t. ". for th.l wounded In Guarantee Company who acknowledges falls! will Inrnivh plans pecifica i1

setae men mistake their callings her crew and speaks with IntcnM Indignation the midst of this exhausting work she that he signed the above notice and return tionand tstimaten. Addre+t1
of the 'condurt of the Rus- "'. time to aH o'nharfti and widows for the said coraprnv for the uses
\
*' 'A Jratcfr may give oat at any time of vian.., HI' qr: and superintend the mafcng of band- I and purposes therein expressed Association Contractors Association I

;te ysarbut; the spring generally has "It is impassible that we could hare 8"ZI'tI. The soldiers are saU. to regard (Seal) ALBERT M AUSTIN. .. I ,t\"I.'FLORIDA1NE

w ,yposthing to d4 with it .been: taken., for anything but trawlers. her as their guardian angst 1 NMarr Public. I




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Southern. .ai1wtomV; I J. W. Davenport, Wlngo It,., write, I
The reputation of the Japanese sol June U 190 Watches Fit for
EFFECTIVE MAT 29, i904. t JJ : "I want to tell you I believe a :)

: __ dier as a desperate fighter U newly Ballard' Snow Liniment saved King.'t ,

Ualiy' to the Ki,,1. I ..0.30ion; and VA_ I t; -110.13 established His conduct in the present my life. I was under the treatment ot f r

i Ja. war has been a revelation whichhag two doctor's, and they told me one o'my If x'J
,
watches
wear our will
L Jai:-ountllle I'ou. ay .4L.t Jad."I1.. Fa .. Mf you you always
L.t Jf.upAr so. Kjr I 110 Up Lr Jrtnp, Ga_ So(7 to.'P astonished all Cbribtcudoin The lungs was entirely gl ne, and th. be .
: j L"('olutnbla'" .. Ho.BO. K K)) I II''011.I'. Ar ArUaroa Atlaula..I. hIL .: bo K By) 6 auu.so *, ...' reputation .>l the Russian BM a deter other badly affected. I also had a lumi on time. t.

Vo 4r Cbmrioa Ha K. i N 5.a AT K..u f, t.a. so Ky 734*. mined dogged fighter wu established' In my side I don't think that I could ---- --- 4'
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I Ho M. I l.'SOji Arl-ll oriarD'boro' !' I I1ei'r 4tia"I' long before there was an American have Ived over ho months longer. 1 One of the best time-pieces made ad'':- .

; I "My Hi'public. TLe Russian toldier is thus was Induced by a trend to try Ballard'.
. ,_ for is
: Dr IUebm..ud .. so. It) 642) our price st
I a tVECl.dlati 0. Tig t'ofr, i I ,b i"pAr des shed b>' the London Spectator Snow Liniment. The first uppllcatioi ,- '
I
.. Ar I nlta;:... III bin! .t Yurtt-fi I 11:1 a
1-ocbuui n. I'" e Px Lit {. 'h;;,< Kurupatkin is carrying on the Russian gave me great nlef!> ; two fifty cent '
S n..rl.I1. :<0. II) I b 1U|> Lv' Cni'iiin.ii L a p
n\W As Ar \\..hln;:t4Hi lok I Iy: V'I' *' "'III"'.'". Ml fa LI'.rt; k.. military tradition in the n.atur 0: bottles cured me sound and well. I' : $1.50.
...... 'r K i. :01 i ..." C I.. "'I' lr
I
, Ar BallimuraAr : j Lv IH n.u. dear Kusilaiis is ,
r'f'I: j rhHiilrlul.UAr UK )I .', 4C .:> .r I'mi .... II (' MX. I .2.100t1tt'i retreat It s also that the a wonderful medicine and I recommend i ,
1 >r \.iik K K I.\ mi iiuiall." I ,-11.. rt..I, 1'0""'...... another at uf great It to suffering! humanity 25c

N.k Vi-==\\.b'- 10Ln M. HU,I KturMa L in''',. 1 ArT..lrl.nLi { ("' II &. I !!>a I value in the fidelity and "dour" oiu :"c. $1. For sale by Red Cross Phar 1 I

'zt'-+ t latkxwtlllrto>,a>lv I'a1erYd: 1.(4"\urK.; 1.o 'ini "Ire"r j <1"1'luiuituti''' 'I .n I) -I'a.lIl\.ttl illy4 I age of the irtlinr Russian xoldicr I I mary. fvery Watch Guaranteed. I a al.aiie'

! '. I' aw
)1')1: == = - : \r 1..I.lIrK l I lg The Kir-Mai! : boldier is still what he I
I1 Clutlul'atl. b.1. ; Yu. I I..; 1 lap B
..t'i TII'.Wb.Th..I.lof."r." )0.. ... Ar Cet rI" nu. t... I hai been throughout hihtorj'-a man BHYA-\'S: LATEST ES4'\H\DK ,{
.!!It.: : /i1"1"lii! "' \ lz-.ize fickle 1 "pen-ace| :t'l.\-- (00cipen '<}
slnrtnh 'I'
' --- -- I a la K> without ilas.li or initiative or the tine
Ja.-f OiiVIl.e IH<. K) "'j' A i I I. .111" 110", K> i '1" Ladies'silver i case 5..N'( :11 t
r.lJL.4I- h v...Iia. ",.."... K H. I..ft... "., Ar_':t. toM;'.. N I.?.. ---s" I 'rSat- I Irenz)' of ti..tilp. Lut at the tame tim Though a Prisoner It is CIIa,1 HiVoted Ladie.' (.-.i/e gold tilled hunting ease 1'XOO ;.Y: .
o\\; Ar Colombi*. t..l. ) I n man who will bland where h*> is told, 1.I 1.i 1. !lto..izc
KArllut FI. .lal.hn".I" D I ( gold tilled .
..r..h.vlll.-O.C.: MI I'I" \ \0 |1' -Ihc H (no
M7p IiIt.'UtD I
Aprlbil*. N i. ( So.J<> ,,..nulel ti alII thr-n ...,.I'h..n.\ lo stand till he is killed and who I II is i -- II-.i7.e gold: tilled 15.11(1
ArKbitlllTuo.. o. HAr \ I MI, ,|" ,,??_ ('at, j... WMiuu ulntrw .y..r : I i
U.iil-UU, : ;: > H\ not panic 1L1 ,a'ken b> disaster! or awed L (cad; D Bryan. Jr. the .I'1\'I",1 Thea..tcxt: bargain ever offered. One 1 1-K ct. blue white diamond '
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Ar "t. Louli _i%, < Mi. _, "'j"n.vNo. KvArClnuniutj 1.__ (".it'I':' :o.1\\tTlI\H.\ !r. ...IJR into BuLnll.-...uln li> flie superior skill m Savannah sambler. and who floured> us I for oily. $lt. i.(K). !r
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+ J>-l>.Uj |l'uHm..ii I..a.. "'li_'u" I II' ... .. -" I or courage or ninnlwrs of the enemHe >. a member ot the Florida Slate Executive :B: T. : :
Ballet '"4e. pLDK.Ca1 hrarrn.1a. t.",,\III. .11.1 I., J.i .,,\ .1-.1t'G; ;m', \1 I WHALER.'Hinson .
lit Units ., 1.J"'BP.. .... .." Po ,.ol.'. I does not know when he U beaten Committee I on a proxy froir. Hills-
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I and if he deer Is horo -
'f- not
.. \\lla".I.' I... .r' k .I i i.AuO"u. expect vil'lury. county and who voted against 1
;, : \. .\\.. ,.0.IIV 1: ; l .,'I.,.. <*|iiall)' ime\iw'lant of defeat H" plods Hollowav for \\olfe is again mixed' :
\r OI.ro.llld''u.IM. : :" House.
World's Pilr! Tickets. To Ir \on'ihl'' n"" trl" 0 n..pt' on in it sort of dumb n:tlifTi'r<'iui- to his up) In l lolllh'o.;. the charge: hanns beenmade .
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St Louis Kov on Salt (., K'i,....P.... "rt1 I I"I'' I lal>. I that though a prisoner in the G
& I' II..' ...., ; !. :, t \\ (' do nit PXIIf"| ( t i It her the b'lt'l'ial| Chatham county jail he voted In (hercunt Newly
"I It'.' 1 ,1'irnl :'ni'i ll and of for Furnished. In new location. Rates .1.50 per day
Tiar ;.o 1.& ,_. petnliar genius Kuropatkln Ceorcia Slate election SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 I 4th St.. Miami FlovldaI >
.. - -,- .--'- -' war or 111lohdil' )' of the ltu?lan The sioi-v of Br} nn'.. latest! "-,'oI)1aol.) I t
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\1.1.1\\ M. ". .01It'r. I.. /:1IO'h'r}' o\er the Jep Is told by the Savannah :New lollows tj
From \.... 1 .rL. WI.b.t. 11. N .. ."., 1.dnn i.t..11 I lr.n.d 'in-m: 1 4 ilk a. --
Fmrnrui-i I : Cn, < lioniiu' mtut n>.,' N .. "1 ::Urtilimi.: .'.1\: J i r m. i : an,1m. it ((1of'II. hotter, looU as itthese \ I I"Durinto' s?,
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'A. from k utM-1 n M-II 'I I I' r' M-I 1. 1 i .
Fri>m llaeiutiall.u Ti.l' r'.'. >o -" .-,nili"1 f ''I '., LI, r <. L' i ,t Zic two ra:iniial a-eU may be a\all hs; trip to Atlanta lo find

able lo "XI start Russia from the worst j who stole his ballot Rev Al.1. Williams crt
Bound Suwm r Tcuribt Tickets now on sale. 'liI. | ,
Trip form of diiisier, and co prevent that ran ai ro>-s MIIIII rat' lit"r Inlt'rlIt- I fi

-' C. LD3K, District Pu3 tigdr Afeit., 103 V?. Biv st JackbonvilLPUC. ; complete doha
c1- 1..ACKEKT.O. M w H TAYLOR. G. p. A. stages of ih- war seemed to promise <.c>nire>,ation iJl Triuit)' iJiu'i b toil -

S- H. HA DWfW(. P. TIt! BROOKS MORGVN. A GS it. A 1lw\ .la|>au.*se. expecting( 'n break, a lirtitThe ..1' Opposite the Postoffice.

lap of iron I li\' hard hlow, inn; find most startling inform.rtion to

ill that thy a: e in reality pouiidinR a I lie disilused! by Rev \\illian-s is that I 86

7kSEAi3OAR IHIMma>s of Indian ml>bT. I one of the first names w li.c; 'h greeted OUR TOCK' IS[

The fi,'hubs' in front of :Mnkdtn. is I MM gale 0:1 lie !;Ian, 0'01 down the lint of Full Line of Hardware i

rustled lo auk with the most des Ibo,p who. it was allc ;.'d. voted in the : NEW r
AND
h h"cR. SASHDOORS
Air Lie Railway
: : Aerate of modern times The Russian'' election here. was that of Gad n.1 and .

attack and ,the Japanese resistance at Rrn. Jr.
'
T P 4 Lone Tree Hill proves the determined "In view of the fact that tlu ownerof I COMPLETEPrices Farming'
Pines
CamJeri: Southern courage of the fihllnmpn of both that name is confined In the county PAINTS I
Savannah, Columbia, ( 1 mp'crrcns 1
sides That seems to have beef, a most I jail and was confined at the tame: oft i are Low

Raleigh, Richmond: NVa ; tiinjjton, Bait i llH>re. desperate| and bloody( affair! Hats off the election his ha'luK01.,1 at the ] I

: Philadelphia. New York. !j.1 1Y to both Rides. and a prayer that the courthouse U regarded as extraordl-1, :,

1 Moody conflict may soon end. nay. to say the least So far as the I
Two Trains Daily. ; k knowledge of the jail authorities J. W. WATSON-
.. Elegant --o------ go. |

Seaboard Express :Seaboard Mail THE'ORLD'3 GOLD. he did not leave his cell They state I'',

F? Could Mr. Bryan and those who be- positively that they would harvi- known + JSW

Modern Pullmin l lO lal'Iitftl4.nt.; ;. lieved with him that the demonetiza- '-ad.he left. i its
; "Yet Dr. Williams contends that the '
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tion of silver alone would bring pros- -- c

SR 'ONLY I \1 1e perity to the country, have foreseenthe name was on the list of those who

+ t 3 tremendous of the voted and so far he has been unable
y OiWltb dads It''n slsav.rjjffja) (} ) licu JicisoinlMt/IeiOrleans: development HOEFER'S BREADAsk
1' 1 ; gold production the chances are that to find any other person by that nameIn
Savannah or other namo on the L
any
they would bare laid less stress on the
For full inform i icn aad sleeper rr-i_r\atioiis call HI wry agent' of' .thI silver question and the political history registration books Identical with It

Seaboard, .r ""rite E-5 I "According to the lawsof, tae Statea
} of the I'uited States from 1896 on- your HOEFEFS

''i, i 0. lcDO NE .L lull bibs rt.nit i Ja \s')yme,.na;| ward might have been different Increased say without prisoner an cannot order from be taken the court from prison under neighbors about EREADHOEFER'S ,
News. A

s the Savannah largely
y |8. C.. BOYLST J. Jr.. Pass. Agt. || volume ')f money was demanded: whose order he Is held and no order Never sours

the large !increase was forthcoming was issued by Judge Cann for an out- BREAD

1 The dimate of the East Coast of Florida not In a depreciated currency but In ing for Mr Bryan to give him an opportunity f) dries out.

is that of to exercise his right of suffrage .o Cents
nearer perfection thin iahy'cL yellow gold of stable value the world I oThe'

J4ii over. In 18'1:>, the year before Mr. Bryan Sheriff Schwarz received no : t
er, earth. ..:. *
such order.
: .. tike it.
made his first race on the silver Try it once. I

Issue the world's stock of gold amounted Nevertheless GallO. Bryan. Jr..1 =
I voted for Governor Terrell nil) the
.000 OKl.rtOO
IB round figures to $4 I
5- other State House o.Ret'rs and C hatham And Cakes the
Last year this stork had grown to $ are Best

; I 1 ;SINIiNKHKHt, ton Increase of :3 Ii l-:_! per 'otlllly officers, anorlmu( to th. worn
{ I report made; to the State [[)epsrtrnrnt0
-ent In eight )'paN |
world's sho..1I' .iit Atlanta. --- ---
As gratifying: as the

.rg is. the United Stales have donr I "We Handle: the

I I vastly bett'-r At the beginning of I IS'iCbe : THE BEST DOCTOR yY

: I mted Mates possessed Hi gold

I .til; "i.'m'n.'IK-I'. at the beginning of 1:1': "1 1 Rev B C. Horton :Sulphur Sp'lngt Oliver: Typewriter.

'tit, had n,ore' than $1,31 NI.'sql.'too'. ail Texas writes: July lUth. I'.o: ; "I hat
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f I 'in tea'e of I.' "i permit. in dU't! t jiar; I used in m> faintly Hdrflird'hro: Lin!

a.i: ; tins. amount would\ duuhtlt have I I ii'nt and Horehound s> rup. aid: th" I
OrnionitP
I l,.'t'n !larger ( Xc. pt for labor :Iniuliles! !: hive I'roved 1 certainly\ sail f-\"$lorj' T
i I i
Ill some of 'b1, mining camps h. gold :Itt.ime- ;is the best fcf lu\ ever u'

\ im K'use for the r,.-t.or the wori,1, e-I I iiir In ailaches and pains The 'ou.:1! .' e :- Dau..e H Is suixrior: to all others.t iv :_

ihisive of tins' couutiy, is about :!'i) ;vrup hall been our doctor fur the I:1ightvean' \ > ire si :hug their, too, because

wnt. I 25c. 0c.\ $1!lo ) Sold d r., our price and terms are easy If yon y,'

Tho nutl.lOror\ the current year Red Cross Pharmacy I : r want a good machine )ct us tell ycmahrut H
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( and for sevo rat years to come, barr'.s : the

unfun>.i.-en dim'uIUl.;;; is for continued WILL HE A "'STl.NNEKRleciion : ." / \
OUTCR.A .
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increases in the annual production I
'kn..ral Ticket will be Thirty-
: of po'd' In this country for

this year tuere may be a decline ali Six \11II'h"8 Long. I

f r' ssI sit compared with last year owing to the -, I, I

: ear slit fe... ....* CutS,fc FUi-aU I1iit-rl_-, | :i labor troubles in Colorado. But In Speaking of th" \length of election I I .

O..wd. 9nm ni T......* Turn tt tt_ tmtey WMat, South AfrIi t. Auntralla and Russia tickets\ which are growing in iiH particular added 1
machine shop has been to
It would seem the
t 0: ThDU8 anD, LAKE: WOBTH i aM BISCIUI B1 I thin )ears' production will\ show considerable The- ticket to every be used year In the general election our Ian establl'hm to satisfy the

ass .-... tnm a-ikMnOtitklk* I Im-remse over last jpar In November out-strips anything' demand for a first rlasi repair shop

': FLORIDA EAST COAST BULlTil. $ I ransvI :n flea are rapid! approaching fur AUTOMOBILES and GAS EN- ',
theialnesville
,
In this section
record Favs
yet on
their normal output and 1"'lthln'a \
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Sun
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y"'r or 1W.> will be producing at the charge of vktlled\ tuarhinl'ts We are ;
The ticket! which is being printed! :
rate of SI'NXIKIIHMI' a year. as thewere
1 bt at your son IreLOFTON.
the Sun job .lppaHIIIPllt.111
before the (making out of the Bwr in -
Railway. war Ihlrl -"I1( In. hes in length In Indini i

the stub. and inas-mln as I thir' are air .
.A qnarti of It century ago some
iandldat"s to !I". v ,.1"for\
"ientitsrared < at manv G.; EINIG
t A. meiahirRists' and! other s
supply it will rein \indeed\ a man with a
I of poW
worlds
that the
'tW'." of b-tfM b..t"itad c-t .r FIert..",tat tuM'ifT. was neariiii exhaustion. nut! five yeah : level head and! a quick| |is'n" i 10, mark. Successors to Lofton k. Johnson. Oppo'\\8 Post Ore.l1&DI1.. Fla.

t ........ ns.Ig. od other 1a rasUsa, ..an. 'I I' bxI : his ballot within\ the limit r'nured i, \ M.
later: a new pri* en" was perfected
J. L FARon, I.P. BaaW1T1l: 1.D. IAMBI; r law --
11.rwla....1__ __w. L 4 f. V 1J I I means of w ii bearing sands and ores of low erode l
ACCCKTUTB, FLA. :t I for printing; the ti<'k<.ts of several .
1 could be worked profitably. This i is :
counties the total aggregating: manvthousands OWNERS''
proc'PlltI.1 ( CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY
: :what Is known as the cyanide '

Atlantic Coast L i iQttlckek 18. i I''I small Sands and percentage ores that of contained the precious such a'I'I press beds'. There in the are State few wh'i."holing will If you don't want to SAVE: :MONKY.: we last cwt

s Hi E the ticket In Its entirety help| M'ii. If you ilo. Limie t<>
wouldn't
metal that they pay expenses hake r
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; ti time most excellent service North. Bait and We*a J under the old processes were found to I t i SAVES TWO FROM DEATH.
; .
< ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous New York and Florida 8J be highly profitable under the oanid I The j. A. MCDONALD co. 4
; process This has led to the development :
Solid 1>Pullman train of Compartment Sleeping Dining and Observation ll of rand "Our little daughter bed an almoa' I ,- fI' .
of 10w.ltT'1Id.
vast areas
.
: lighted throughout leaves St. Augustine dally except Sundae H fatal attack of whooping cough ant? .\\ litYork!
In.rase
Metric and the
and ore mine consequent
: write New Tork 4:46P.. M. following day. ; f Irtortdi bronchitis" writes Mrs W. K. Havl- I Long Leaf Yellow
i A. M. Sleepeif in th" cold lIup!>ly. Th" g rat
Limited carrying Drawinf-Rolm. nd of Anronk N. Y., hut when all
and Weat Indian land.
lohannenbur". South Africa. mines arrworked f I' Pine Framing
It. write New Ylaillo0 failed saved her l'f!
lean Jacksonville '.00 A. daily I and in other remedies we
Dining Car. by the cyanide process, at $16 per M.
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Dr. New Discovery Out
? P. M. following day. twenty )ear., since the Introduction' with King's
mot I
of 1 who tad consumption In advanced ...._' ,, e
Chicago and Florida Limited solid Pullman train Steepen. DintgEtnd of the process. they have yielded $5-">. niece!, an r

Observation Cars. leares JacVsonTttIdally a. t:10 A. M, arrtre Chli 'iMHioon. of gold stage also used tMs wonderfu i Boards same price.Ve al=" "vl'" 1 ime. Brick [4 kinds

This trot ,'rH.es st Louts Sleeper arriTlng Exi>ert' no longer; fear a failure:: of medicine and today she l Is perfect .
p )t. Tol.onlug, Jur ; well. Desperate throat acd lung diseases Cement Sash. Doors, M l ..lf>.,, and whatever else a
the gold supply at time In the near
j any
I'3s! P :M i builder requires at lowest possible figure.
New
King's Discorery
to Dr.
yield
DtTie FI\.r i IPU'"f JIIl"klOOto.-n, 8 "'. P. M dally, carte- future. With new discoveries! And new

tit Phinirn' and St 1 floats arrh1r.1 CH-CMTO: ':15 P. M. 13L4Laals-S inventions for the treatment of low- I as to no other medicine on earth ist

n .l.erers rnorminn. ; 1 1 1boofl trade ores they believe that the out- I Infallible for coughs and colds 50rland Know Where We Are 14th
I-c.l1nwlt.e Yon btrect Miami
|:M A. bottle Fit
guaranteed loyal'
$1.00
Th. gttfrke 1111" M fo t. ."d. air--half hen... tn Cyfeneq..0.011 to put will\ continue to be very b:avy fora I' druggists. Trial bottles free. j Jc UP3&ntfirit* nnrir* ; {

RESEBYATONS PROYPTLT.Y eoasideraU period.
1.o\uP,1I. MAKE
ISC'Hi.. 43O. gad one nour to : -

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OurW ott1 's Department I i tints'hem.predominate." In the season's colorI I .

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Elizabeth Sterling, r "''i; : HONORS SOUTHERN: WOMAN.Washington. .
By .
$ A Sniff
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or.R : October 25- "sldent 1\
; and afternooneuMunies 1-leeven are niaile of the brocatleil kt ; \
.ct.,. Thi M.Il-.u. cvruitiK': and tho Kirdl"\ is of the Mime mat: fil. Roosevelt) to day directed t''e: a.,pointment j
i' : are ::made of the ilainiifMlat of Mrs James Ixingslreet. widowof '
t with a Mender cold! buckle in frop
1'i >riali( Yard will >ar.'K n( lace, Inliastr> jVehel t is one of the must | ;
'" (lulIlI... nl. rhlffot! and sjnnKles of :1.1' nil.inr: M-itiri: and Ir..t 1?O-i- tress al Gainesville. Ga to succeed 1i1r/
i Henr I'. Farrow removed on accountof of Autumnis
j, : all Fha|''* and 'nlor.; '1.1111 many r r I I t ini"s :Manv 1 tlt.'1 piwus are #"tkiht- ) that he
the report| of the Inspector(
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.:.. tj.' II'''-' I"' h'tl'rii! 0-\\.111I"" to 1 -ivauxin ';iie.l. with!' nothing but chenille |iM'l a a. nut! a resident of the community I
of uhe notably (xipular\ 'Jtrjmm ;
wheres one''
: the iutiiim. .I-play l ,t-ofllce Is situated.Will l
t. ) 'n Shill the I
of tliv s-t-a-on for cow us j.t jroHiijiiiaN +
: n'i:? II :
-;"-s, hundreds! of isoreetiiiown- at on eskiliitmn \ ? |*.. I 1.q

'-t: gifWns H liul'iM' h ..f Tampa. for years 1
Une, i.f 11".1"-st of the street .
h, .)'. of the dnttnst "f .Inr., r sownf Intud... of niukeil, 1 "Veh.- lril1"....,ed a reident' of Itartow.. and an .',1'10).1 i in the AirAn

",}.; \ 'eaile of pale blue rhiffnii over the simpljfromul' ) he shoulilers ami EtTTsi ',f the editor, of the. .MetroHilis.| was on
T 4 |I.i\. !b i-M shad' of burnt orange tafIta -, white, Irish "n.IIPI inifljunaluiiii } \\filncsilav married 1 to Miss MabollejTaj
i \\
.! The trimming I I-. of blue. f hemlle.mid .. lor. of Savannah. Ga I II
three mi lie as.h'rhe HlIiiian I jf t
l' l, film lai-e and shad.,4! satin ril>- 1
-: I .. !
i lili'iiMha..- a wide stirs"' gtrdl.4| :;
of
; hll'rnl whit h 'thekart .. ) rt ounce prevention knois
I '\ bon to m I'I'-lho: orange has four eiiually:! spared) 1 I'l Mr D .\ CaliUell. of Miami, was \' you worth a
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1i c givea htunntng aiiivaranx\ to the of -I i\ liny onleil. tin k- et4t'Ironi 'k ng ,mutating among friends hero Mon>r pound of cure and if jyou are a man of prudent
:
r whole l "0"n: The "hiffoii' skirt' i-if'.iphtly knt introducing to the orange r
He is
f the \\ a-l: to !H'OW the lav ;
1....: ) cathead all around the wa-Ut. I I the front and not unite so far II mln; closer'. of this 'ii-ton| a new mmedv I; ,, i i\ i judgment you \\ ill provide yourself with clothing

J4: "n I hac a fall' deep flnntiro ,,'a"hll11; l.ai. k T"IP *tie. tin ks fini-.li thr4bnt for riiring "riH>t rot "Hartow Record iI I i 3A tOSS;BJ3fsIeo of heavier weight and take no chance of catching ;

fi.'i from the Knee to the bottom of the j', tutu of thiex.e.>liniIy' prettyf'etoal sijttatQQ i I I ""'r 'eei a Fall cold trying to little '
':i. *vin The nrji-'iiialit) of this ;
(| We mademake "'ry tll i ll" C'ontrmtor 1 K \\ Halm has just been'jauariUd '
1 In 'he'lare nainl. with upturned edge.atsrve I your thin and seedy Summer suit a
the(\\ skirts\ set out One iT.f; is I ; I a 'Olllrllt'l to erect two new
.ti" The tlouu. e
flotini o 1/
: ; !""<
-- I to wfre he -.hurtwith Ihr'1 |iht j land modern "'I.'m two-story rest- !:

l1f-a bay i elaborately two inch hem trimmed ami 'i is with artiilnallyand lacegaka.nfng ". >s "I..- it the iKittuni. HmilUJ'r a denres for :Mr John I K. Olive, president i: Tin; picture pro-cuts ...1"e are now displaying some particularly snappy

acid chenille The waist. t I- 1:11. lies higher and a third lit| the( of the !Seminole Club The buildings popul.tr fall \\iniKT. and ha. Fall styles for :Men selected from '
: : ,' the best
: :
: productions
!.,, h. i 1 I..f the null III'''. J will be built on '>Ir. Olive's property to IK -""n to I...' approci.iti.il.
jS; with its laioXe.is elaborate. elbow lint sleeves daiol,!apd! )'. I iliviiliiality, is the strong l>4lO.14> of I II Ion: Eighteenth street, across the river j Li)' k at t'u'enit' lief ore of Schloss I Bros. & Co.' the Fine Clothes
wade girdle .
. .. all round with th ason's dresses Every one tjffmaent.rely they have IM.-OII I'id..t"r.\ Makers, whose celebrated I
;t.> The yoke is,. wiped i iI ready-to-wear clothing
that different from the Olhefsf| The Anthony-Romfh Compai.\'s big ,
: burnt ribbon and tlow I
''Ur orange has raised the
; t I standard inIen's:
I models can b4a.h- \ sale is still on. and 'he rush i apparel.
the chenille IP elaborately put on. halfway n> '>f the Paris discount I
* ;. down the front and reaching: to lomd. In less costly materials. anflj.the I i I Is likely to continue until the time -
3+n" the belt in tb..' mldcll" except for a slaver woman who designs her1 p", n i I expires. Ou Saturday they had all and I .You:; \\'iIIlin fnd grace in cut. quality in fabric and honest workmanship in the '
I'
t ; of about four Inches in the very toilette has a chance of success tf|she more than they could wait on, and yesterday 1
: pare making. Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothes
:Jr.. <
!.F:J lengthwise from the yoke to belt and i lavishly elaborate and that iblor I fine. Nothing was necessary to convince you have exclusiveness. Take these points altogether and you have a foundationfor

4u which fa. by the way touched off witha schemes must l>e daringly but cirty these gentlemen of the value of the fame of superiority enjoyed by .
daub of the orange ribbon and two- I handled. t-r advertising space in the Metropolis before -

': 4 rut tel balls where the bow is tied. I All* sorts of burnt t i- rnt but If there had been this trial

11'1,1 ice; The full -%lb 'II' sleeves are laced capped I I orange; burnt amber burnt ou.'i d would have been sufficient Schloss Ha-Tailored nothing aM a--

. and are held In by a bow of ribbon. -

and fiafehed jDff with a flounce of lace. |I mmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtNundily's i ,

r I MW such a pretty evening dress Price
The Range
- at one of the State street stores yes Who is YourDruggist $ 1 2 QO ,
terds ', It It made of white net and Ihe! Starts at r#

white satin ;;heavily brocaded In gold ?
1'OfThe upper part of the skirt is CAkDY '
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of white net spangled with gold se- I DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT OVER.- ,

quinr about,: an inch apart and lace Is Pure.This Biscayne 3 ;
medallion (pf different shapes at Irregular r --- = =_ -
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: Interval The lower part of :: == -

the skirt 1x .of white satin handsomely -- () '

y 1 brocaded In,[0',1 row., assimilating: a .- Drug All f-f ourCliemicnN aortae-, R. W. RHODE

graduated: flounce a:.i'l aj>pli<;ue-1 1 on (he :::: :1nll :::: .
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net at the top In a ....n.nllnlIal'rml- I :: I ,
preparation are
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Store
c form patterji. and the skirl is finished ::::: Co. I trcsh.'Our. -::: I '.. ...". fm ...; 3 s.a "wP
at the bottom with, a late floun'-i about ::: has the mctliiHl =-= "IIn I '-T., r(, "I ", '" 12th Street, ,
fill: inches wide. The waist i is made! of I .J are commended ::: '!ate.-6.-.jtt..t
:::: SOLE L" I'. Miami FloridaCHAT'S
the Rnancleft net and has a lace ruffle :::: 'i,.. I,,' all reputaMehv :;::: I .
ornamental with heavy gold rrnVrnlrltred == AGENCY J.J'J. Abernelhy.'I J ,ician>-. :::::::
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Teral inches
a: medallion s>"t on
apart arranged to hang in points iUHHHmU1LU tuttttt4LJittutttttttttitti HH1HUU1UU1iUUI! -- --- ,

aroitf-d(! the? low round neck. The THE USE 1


Somebody's> life nay Je- 6th
)O OOOO< If advertising do1" not mean In- tent .H (be nay \
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i fU!>pil hales, what s tin- Use o lverIt suiption kd Ur pre'a a

rt.arc: !: + + +
rwr liiisines: I isnut ;"'rnwinKar. T your I'ttr}
I
Some Shoe Nuggets >-r day by day what's" tin- ue of byosr pmcr lloi

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.nl\\ rtisinK' watt : : : : :
with the ailnlfcemciit. -
, i IV rhapx the fault lies
:' Y __ -.. -- ._- !, perhaps. it un't as .-frecnv -

-- :. >- and\ 'IIIt.n: ,: as it mich: IK' -
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1 1 advert' i"::emunts to Try our RED SPECIAL
If M 0" want your CROSS
4 yk' 6 Yes, Madam, we know ;flow you feel 'i..t <-r.-
advertising. j.If j. Drink.PHARMACY
i Slides.i your The New ;
about cheap .
A out viaHt .xiiir ate! to Ire r-'uil. and i '
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let mi' write .our + +
unter.t
riM! with You
Pineapple
shoe is heap I I1 ,rrt: I"I! E. L. Burdine, Claret PjncbSeybold's Fftt 1'
that\
That is the .ordinary l.aNth. If \oii went iin n'a--.l \IHIS-I-! win lifrct. President.

- a constr tction. We and\ larm-r sates,
i n price as well as in ; s more i I\sl..III"r> -
;; ,Inn t MIII.. Ihilli li wonlil, )payou to'I _'
"r do not handle that kind. Ours are cheap I me write jour ails..ttlslIlZ'! carry th. '

E in price only: quality cjfj; material and i CLINTtN)MKTISIVUTNT.: W I'KI; ERKIM!"i. Kin.t I!I IAI : 1sertcent of I'L' {1y;rlargest

Miami. nth itt
P. ()' Box RQft. .
make usual high sl ndlrlE.:! f .. dM .11
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nolfsllc [ ',-\KS e

1< Tfottl-once ,k-in-: i II the h.iLE&.
in ; I
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kt Shoes that I

You will add SEL stylish! and durable are Jocquardsdrrful i

i : \\"ar" h"il1:: w..n- I
dollars\ to '
your : ...
and the /.1". t' \\ tilt =
at same I' -
.: : bank account $ 3.Royal, 5w : I our l 1-.1I11'"ll\-rll",
time lo'f'C.: i Fla.i. :;:,","1 l. ..oretirc.t
4 I if 'ou buy ra front the l1Iilli \ ff3
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( that i j.. I II Bread.
; BliicShoo That's .It the an.1 arc "
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Selz Royal Blue ; t.'rl1l"IJ Fa.- o r vfI I II

; 1? Selz it; l Blue I I Remnant- 11'x ,
.H.e.
' Shoe. hate them 1II.I.k11'

s $3.50i: c is.through tt ill one. 1',11,1 pa.-k. : .
P acs: ant 1! 11"\ tt IllaH'ra Is made under healthy conditions.We f
c 1'1 II and I II
do all mixing by th' latest
( t ttt j I'I : .tr.t-. I'r"to, ,'."-:.as.6l'o.in,1. '. I < him-ry patented.Of ma-


r olds Batistes

: our Uoiiiernnile nr.-act for
; II. .\\.1111\.' jour
oS \\ t lt.iie it"
health Thais stir >O'i should try it
,tc.i.'t-. for .hit'
The kind tliati'i rreferre-I by pedpie (
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i\ : ) ,. fr"I11" t.. ..r.l- for niles arotind.

t" the l"srhat r thl'I I x
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c. 1 t d ) hi'I'rj-1 to.:,5 rute:Ctttuu : ,. from "'E DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. .

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\- \\ii: lIIi" tltcgrcatc.t -. JOHN.SEYBOLD,1 i

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the you "\t'r had I tf r
v I : Y.II' I..n"' -rurr Miami. : : : : Florida.

.FCw & BRO. I one of, the-c bargains. !I'm- ---,- :

\ JOHN [WLAL|, /, :15'

MIAMI
JENNIE M. PARRISH. rUED; HUTTER.

| Miami's;! Leading Furnishers" tcISHAHX. Mc: 1 BARGAIN I i.nrl k"I.'a' .I''I..a-. and Typewriter.. :M n,(.. d General Contractor. ,;

? .ORIDA.G rJ STORE ork. Trai hey nl .h .nh.nd "511.. 'j
Grading.Blastine.. {
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1311'<< \.nlle I). .
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II tom lii U'" and 2'U: In s no.
Well siD r 1IIec!. Sidewalkand
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Miami Kc-idroir
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