The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00189
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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USSIA MAKES I -n> B'M V.ASQt.P. r ERA last' fig1'as CIAL. an tILL ANOTHER !! CITY CUTER ||.!i I of*pas ands its'-nger Miami all over traffic& this Key. : and country West there extension waiting ar' thou f togo r I.i I., EXAMINING THE .o-

En1oable Success to this Eldorado, south of Mian j i

, ': OPEN APOLOGY; The masquerade social given: las ; 4 DECK REPORTED''' NEXT IN ORDER land tease, where'where to killing bloom.r the frosts' orange This are new never tree cxiensii-n! know nevi-1 !i I: HARBOR WORK

night hy the Baptist\ Young People's 8Is i
will open up to settlers the very Bne-t I
of Mr and Mrs. 9
Union at the residence __ I
I and most fertile lands for iruckir -
\V. H Johnston on Fourteenth street ,
and font growing In Florida. and I
affairs a I
of the most delightful I
was one
1 : SteaMer Massachusetts i i Must Have the old knowing, experienced settlers
Fleets' of the kind ever given; in this city the Miami Complete Sewerage i Senator Stephen R. Mallory a Visitor
To Great Britain for Her present in i ? \v I Ii I I are waiting patiently to grab the flr-t | ,,
couples were
, About thirty
I' i Ashore on AbaccoNsbnd. BaI System and Money Can be Raised opportunity to buy land where they i Here =
'E Awful Act. all knd! of garbs, rips and impersonations [ Tooay. ;
j W.I' can rpt from all labor in their od: ap" '1I .
among; the characters being i I| hamas--Captain Her When Charter Is Secured t.
;:., tti" H. Combs. Chinaman; Mrs W. H. i. ,, I and where cold nights are no dread for i
-- : I fear that the nest day hey will l... ,
I Combs Japanese lady: Mrs J. \V Hori i i,,
43& -- Mr W J. Rodgers Buffalo ] plunged back Into poverty by havingggraaves ;
; ner. ghost; ; lrs I Discusses
Full for belle that it took years of th< ir be1- Florida River and
And Promises Reparation Bill; Mr. W. H. Johnston society ; !
II, Misses Mark"l.. Jaudon and Wanda J Mr Jacob I l.ar..lI. an officeiof the Th roferty, owners of Mlnu.l hat : ilia..',."...', to l.rlni; to bearing killed inone I I Harbor Improvement-Talks ';
' Still ': fainship of tho Atlan- voted intavor of bonds to nicht
MaMsarbuett. erect
\for the Same-Armies ,: Combs Irish biddies, H. I. Combs and > I a city :
Transport Company accompanied 1 building, tcNpave streets and to purchase I "There are new stations on yfir.
C O'Neal farmers; Mrs. Gowln.houseRirl q< | many ;| Interestingly of Miami.
*; Quiei but May Fight Soon. !1.1. and Mrs. Johnston. gutsy for- iYl! Mr. I>cwiS Ta>ior, underwriters' I| additions re apparatus and by the line of this extension w.th fine :'I I

1.I 1.//. ,. :. I lune teller. ig nt at Nassau N. p. is in the city. ( doing MI they bavdsshown a spirit ofpropuessiveness i land- in a stone's throw that can now s4Stephen s3t
I. Iti: of his vessel of'w rh l > bought and a
J The prize fur the most original costume I reports the stranding .they may cheap on easy tl'nnR'i. +

.",,.'" a two-pound box of candy, Yo as''I oAbacco 1 Inland, near the island of well be proud and whichlll surely The principal stations are Cocoanut I R. :Mallory, senior United -

kMhp\ K l. r captured by Mr. W. H. Combs Mr. II!Ilf" 4 Providence and which i.i one of result in the still more r growth !I' Grove :3 J miles; Larklns Station 7 1-2 Staten'; senator from Florida. l Is M visitor

7 London, October :2S.. -The Russian t Johnston, as a society belt, carried his ,, the keys of the Bahamas ; and dc\ eluxuent of this "It'll'';;' t.:1) wtee. elline.. It" miles and Homestead in the city to-day. Senator Mallory

-reply( to Great Brll ln'a note on the part so well that It is said several of I ,j steamer was en route from The next thing for our people to aoj, I :IS! 1-2 miles south of Miami. The Is out on a tour of Inspection of the

[.North Sea tragedy baa been received the young gallants present became so I Qatveston to New York and struck the is to come together and draft a newcity Tthre. .. first named stations are Nillding nous government works not being

'bii the British go p1ment. It u- Infatuated and "stuck" that they carried r4 about un days ago dunng the charter to that It can be passed at up very fast tiow and on account of the pursued on the riverand ha-bors at t

.presses deep regret It the occurrence, him to the Red cross Pharmacyand 1IW'hn., She '.* said to be In a critical the pext session of the Legislature. exceptional fine lands close to each the State and came here for the purpose .

:.aa4 promises full reparation aa soon Ube set 'em up a number of times be- condition, but can probably be saved If This is absolutely essential for many other ancHthe convenience to marketsand of getting personal knowledge at :(

,,-( official report lies been received fore they found thaU hey had been assistance Is secured In time reasons and especially for the reason good schools, will remind ns soon the work now going on In the bay, that r

'from Admiral RejeV nsky. duped by a homy-handed son of toil. Owing to the cable between Nassau that the limit as to bonded Indebtedness of the magic western towns when the he can be In a position to discuss Intelligently

'?! --:r Refreshments Interspersed with and Jupiter, the only means of communicating Is entirely too low in the existing extension Is opened tor passenger traf- the needs and advancementof

J% SUBSCRIPTION OPENED: music and recitations were numerous with the world from NM- charter. fic about November l/V the various works in the State whea :

life.,8t.i -4- and inviting. All In all the evening'sentertainment sw being Injured by the storm and out The next great need of this < ity Is a such matters come up In the ne=t ,.

Petersburg October' 26.-A sub- was all that could have of ervice. the officers were faced to, perfect sewerage system and to put HOTEL ARRIVA jetiate.

. .pdoa baa been opened here for the been desired and was thoroughly cbne here the nearest point byscihooner in such a on* aa Is needed will costa This morning Mr. Mallory waa ti

Mlles at the British seamen killed joyed. to report the matter to the great deal of money. The only way EVERGLADE taken to the ROM work across the bay st

by the attack of the Russian fleet in c owners.J to raise the tuoney Is by bonding and S. W. Caslle-, Atlanta; Levels Taylor 'n the Florida: East Coast railway r'a

( North Sea. f REPORT EXPECTED TODAY.St. ;: 'Vhey left Nassau two days ago onR 1 the bonding cannot be done until anew Nassau; Jacob Larsen. steamship: Massachusetts launch by Captain Mcintyre aceotaoanieik "#

r -4.. schooner Olivette, and arrived ofl! charter hM been obtained. ; S. R. Hallory. Pe:.aacola; by Hon. Fred Morse, MayorSewell.

3 BCSSIAFLE. T AT VIGO. I Petersburg October 26.-It is asserted I se: Florida yesterday morning whet, By prompt action our people can getI William Brown city. Mr. J. B. Rellly and several g

r."" --. on the highest authority that fta schooner went hard aground an I i up a charter aid have It so thoroughly BAY VIEW other citizen tIn

j $Vt r |tt r 8paln.. October. 26.-A division Emperor Nicholas will receive this th were forced to come the lest ol r I discussed and Understood by the prop- H. C. Hurst and wife. Cleveland. O.; speaklng'of hlH visit here Senator

d the Russian Baltic fleet consisting I afternoon Admiral Rojnen k1's report: \\h way by rowboat. I. rev owners before the Ievr1slature I Miss Rosetta F. Handlers. ; View. Mallory said t''-
"' ( fire battleship is entering the har- on the North Sea attack on the British r. Larsen could not be located to-1!i' meets that It can be put on the statute SAN: CARIXS 'inrpoacof\ : a.sccrtalnhar the progress .

1W here. : I fishing fleet. dd', and on that account the full details .- hooks in time to have a bonding elec- I Charles E. Glentworth. Sharon Hill >f the government wcrfk. and about i
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._. of the stranding of big vesjeCnjld J r .ion held sell the bonds and contract Pa.; Charles A. :Muller Savannah; J. what tan be done under present

LSUMi: CAN PROVISION ONLY. I FIVEfEN KILLED not he learned, the above Infor,- : ',)r the work next summer to that T. WolTonl! and daughter, Ha'landalc jiropriatlon; and what will BBI needed tc

"""*S\. -f I I! -_ I l ration being gleaned from those t<) within a year or less the work can be 1 BISCAYNE I In the future. From here he pes

%? \Igo Spain, October 2C.-A telegram Bloomington 111. October :26! -J. I WBom they had conversed. Inder way. I Eugene:; : Robinson Philadelphia; O to Key West by to-morrow's steam- ron

rA| 1a' cipher has been received bare for Frances a cisarmaker of this titv, and" t This matter Is of such vital 1D1I>0r- R Rocker Poston: W. P. Chesnut, a like mission, and from tbire wlfl

I' Admiral Rejevenskr, commanding: the four tramps were killed In th- wreckof I | Fl'LFOUD DOTS. !ante that not a day should I l-o lost. .tack'-onvllle! ; \\" Wurtz Newark N'J ,, ui.im Tampa Punta Oorda and
I i\s
Russian Pacific fleet. The gov11ment'h Wabash freight train n"jr here I nd the Metropolis suggests that a I;' M. M. Norton Ai.rpn. O Julius, I rnbably Cedar Keys.

ordered the local authorities to this morning, after baring been put Jt having been: some time since10'1' meeting,of the Board of Trade lie held I' Weil. Paducah Ky., ,,;. R. :Morris The Senator Is very much Jnierested
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sattidtulittg-j-0nly, within the,off: the train three time hove seen anything In your 'talnaWe'' next Tuesday night and that at that I Vrv Yr.rtV: S n
on the condition that the ships I piper from this section, we will give time a committee be tnstructe'.l to bee : L. G Noshes' Bay City, :Mich \\ At the latter place be is ambi-

j iriU enter one at a time. yra; a few dots to let yon know we are n the preparation of a (charter and:'. !: I ..,lIq to establish coating: station and t

'1,-& ,'' GIGANTIC RAILROAD PRO. : soil among the living II,>n it is ready that it Ii.. .uinuitted.evised 'mf rnve the harbor as a naval: base.

"l ALEXIFF ELIMINATED.r The farmers are bury a-, tisui'l. Yo'ithttir If necessary, and! that then''[i STEVENSON, CARMAtK "o do this in the manner necessary "

;\'f'' Y JCCT fROM DULUTH fall crops, and don't < vi have he entire voting population of the city will mean the expenditure of $10.000- c

v-.**St. Petersburg October Y 26.AlexilTs I to talk politics these tin < >e !given an opportunity to pasj jll or more, and he is doubtful if such' tip

Elimination as jaqtor' in the mili.tary ;,; a meeting of the slotkhu'rs! of rent upon it to the end that it mayie n appropriation will he made at pre> c alnt

'. situation at the front Iii regarded TO GALYESTONChicago. .tUe Fulford Fruit and Veeetal:; < ,; ,* <.*>- gotten luto such shape tha' there though h.. believes the harbor t; f
(With a Sigh of reliefHis address to (\ ition it was decided to Inro: rate nil be nothing to prevent !Its passage i ork there will be pursued) !r.' i Jm

the army at the front was grandiose (!th a capital stock of $.",.IMM'' 017. iv the Legislature I and its apprual byxhe ii time until such Improvements and

practically his 'prE' elected m follows: Pr 1.lpnt. Governor. needs have been provided.'K
it Is was ;
;farewell and. tha-tihe; will soon return October 26.-A JispatchI deorpe P. Bull; Vice PrcKki rat. A. Tjiere are too many defects In he ,' OCI-: n !' It has been more than etghteem
j jtv1 Jone; Secretary and Treasurer F. A resent charter for us to attempt to' months S"H'r! :Mallory was her '
'to St Petersburg I from Hoiistott, Tex says thin arrange :N"aa'ork: -'; --It Is cxH>ct- | *
Bryan. Messrs. George P. hull. A. mint hem out but a committ.- theiioard II i I'a i: :' bin even in this short time birehi. *
,KUROPATKIN i$ FULL CO>SMAND.a nll'lJbap been made by Frei.rb capitalists Sone. R. McDonald, J. R. O'Neal of Tnt
ft;* ---- ; to construct a rail roil I from sjid F. A. Bryan to serve a" directors .n changes are needed and ran d 'uht1 loss I'arker will make! a speech at Madison ,i the' growth and progress of O.e city wk
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J> Bt. Petersburg. ,October 26.-Viceroy Duitith to Cohesion via K.l.IIa City, the stock of this company l I" o%> nc.i by (raft such a charter as will beatisfac! -aro', (:aid '11 nest: ;Monday night.The I' -nil predlit for it a great; future, and

KVUezifTs letter to the Manchurian army with subordinate lines. the farmers and paid them a 1. per ,oiy to ell =National Committee has ar- | -as dicp water hen ..KI: uuqi.estionI -

tie Emperor has ap- tent dividend the past sr-asa'i. By Delay In this work for even a short' I ; mean much for Miami and the en-
5 announces that The roixl. with !Its tributaries will be ran!:.-" to hate former \Ire.Pn.sldl'ntt. '
: I handling their crops in n 'inlon rickI :- ( inie may mean the loft of two \ "ars ,,iiire fa"t Coast from a con.aierdal
.. .""" -; ." ("armack and Sen- '', r
corninhder ; '"N' iini" long and will cost & '.- \ II-Oil. 'natnr -
tag house what I is nee.ledlow. !
I they get' the bnefl of re- 'II fretting so greatly view.

far East retaining'' him as mi'i, and LIe completed within five years.Construction : iftced prices on parking material etc Our |people! all !:et m \buss juiiefore -" n Til'n.au 'l"a1| during the ilos-lna: H..III'II10 further appropriation(

Jin"the Is to begin within forty 111 lsn, and after the with their ,\. I I.or the '
% iceroy.ffjfQUIET. | by having a uniform ,grate: which holiday .Ir -'irn 'n Indiana work. Senator :01 a 11 0 f)' could

.... ;T. i days at the Texan end of the load.TKX l i!lls more readily and for a mud!, hleh- >rivat' affairs that they cinti<,>' 1 I' if I make no promises, except that b*

BEFORE TJ1E STOUM.I !I Ifir price than "pick-uu" l'arR.IJp 11'fag' \',,- lured
:;: i ; .. = :MGilTS: IN A II tit l5'iO\I :I II '' net returns for car lots of fancy Imperative iieccs.-.iiy' lor action' the other Florida members to further'

', .St Petersburg October V5 -ThePquiet I tholl'P tomatoes; handled the p-t seam low I I..t this work be done at or.cc. New York, 0'1. 2fi.-Future, openedteady :!.< purpose and to secure nitir'i deeper

now prevailing1' at the war sea I Is flit ;rand Old Play to lie ii-" ,'n'ed ;" was
ft only the calm bt fore a Nest Friday' N'l'}.ht : Another one of our old achenrs| l I- to the Interests of the uty. I Ilie U not certain that harbor and river
considered> I ; Decembi r, 977; January 9S6;
: I'red of insle bl'-s-iedness" Mr R -- i iniiri'prtations! nil! be lan up at thiprronchina e!>'
storm I February. !9nt! l hidTar: < h. !%. Apin.
resumption ( Ino'd table tt :McDonald left Sunday night for DADE COUNTY: OUTLOOK.loriila : session of (CoiiKre:
r tr :Every Indication IB of t> Y.ut l-'ri'IU nislit I .I''H'. :May. 1"H4' ; June Ion5. :iii-l:; July ,
K:"of fighting on a larger scale, as :he close tixi-a- draita. "T.-n Nightsin: a itor.ttooin. Waif Ala., where today (\\" Ir.esdav. 1'Hl. -.huh a"-...!)|,ieH on the Pn' Monday =a,

[ proximity of tb, two armies renders ." will !lie prexentej at tlie Audi-1 I i ::'.tht he will IK- married\ to /l Man Writes Interestingly; of .n Ihifnilxr but If it does he Is pre
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to long defer battle.fij tonuni Ly the'iliaml: Dramatic Club. '::Etohpr Williams This i is supV ,.rest Prospects for (.row t rs. I aring: tin: < 'if so that he ran speak
[pit: 1 I E. T. King, of Fort IjHub rd.iie. is in
;:- -lt la regarded that General Kuropat- While this play i is an old one It ; .e ref so ;il"a-e doi't from t'rrknowledge! of tAe work enn.ier
\ "I the city\ to-day He sass the "rlor'
H kin has bad the free band HT-orded I ever fails lo intercut all, Ix-ih olrfj', tell any one Mrs Williams has made ".lack Snullwood. writing; to the !Iran.a a' Lantana and 1' -..rf"ll" wav a-id, future' need". 3*
K'.htm by appointment a* -uhl'-f comB and\ young There j 10 a tram or humaii Jhis her home for the past two seasons. dew York Packer under dat" of the The Si>i'ilor I is th. guest of the a
1 'i.- ;':011':.' 01. niccl) Tht.orl.. llieirii'
take i I Ind has friends 'L'nd inst gives Miami and the lower Kit rglade:! Hotel while here and this
: and that JR about to interest running through it th >: has iti many here all of : : ,
Mander. hf 4ta
\lone bs dredcn l eloiiiiiK; tu,1', Kint ,
K.the offensive. '. i line of moral civic and family li---i<).ii( I :a horn will: welcome hT berk.! "ast ('oast set tlon the followii.g send- 'ii-, warn,, 11111'I!I hll: with friends about
n,." uf winch be bur.ltnt-etf: !.i-i uinnm -
...J that will benefit all It has th > |>alho!<, )!r and Mrs I =Vewland and baby, who >ff 01.) -r, "'!-.. ',".n" given: a < ,,rdal! and
: r si 1'ort i la"d'r.I.! l !Ib! Ii '' i..m''li's .
'i RESIDE SLATHTCR.tMukden if the unapiiea.-eil app-ir > of AliHlntua | have been at Sanford during; the wimj "The FloridaKant Coa',t fall < rope| of ,. ,1':1'! -- r-c> M. ,i.ni
K "i TO In tie rampant by \: flatit'.I
>! ,dniukani., the traced; : whi'hs j Incr. are now at home asain, MI', New- ;, eire'aldis are far short ::11 acreane of -
.,.' -. : hii.-' w :th th. rat in. !I.>". |fI 'i-n n"I'r
.,. : likely! to tie prc*' rated 1 in au> bar 1 land ha ,\dec'd d! there Is no pl.-.ce Iik- that) hey have been th(. la't few test.- 1.1"<; A 1 1. i' \PiIs
B -tob..r There vas noincident l.ri'" ll Ii" ':ns nil1 !II' can.
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; n.i: and I the 1'1'.i! lo\ iiak'ltf: ] Da ,i" vourty and Fnlford. and etpects i 1an> failed to Ret satisfactory Mandif I'l'i! fn'lii' m.; i a' ers n +f fJ"l 1 for
B1 of IntlarSahc(" transpiringPjEyesterda : : i \ I Ii i : tr-ut- nl! U'ld a i 10. L
h creep owns f- io! in love ; to make this his permanent horn" what were planted and man) plant < r-1' tn ,iiai I -nn Ci! rk s iiTlrof
.ii as an> s II | 4
!{.i"b i--I! ore ..estlng15hd ?!II-T. 11,1 the! i ,-.-. ai- \ !h' 1. tin.ap '
: ) '':: I: s .ifcli'1| unl: I may !experlem. I Tinier the s-iilllfnl attention of r>r :\ II'I '' C tale' .th.. n I I'I 1 ,i'i<- !1. ( \1'1 fit' C. ni.--
sia tghtett'iThere < rt' ir
preparing (0' resume I ihe ; The i a>t of iharactirM has beeni I n! DuPuis. C n Philip? Js able to ,i i lUf aid i h.iniiiocl.1 la'.ds! anhe !p..< i !'tu.".'a I'.a.. lnllwaf: .j,

ti j U a cUancp nimnr here that lei ted with *,.,iieclal care, that i be; out asain.: Mr Philips stuck a nni' only t.> I I. \\j\-i\, 11.- ,\ I h, r I" -arl. """,I' .:,- 'u "' ,.-.- I C \' .".,. -.' s*.

El tie Japanese are rearly for the Russianfe .ait may tie; presented with :tjaliU | I In hl" foot a couple of weeks\ ago. ntx' -oj!! <'' ....1 i a'Milafi'l! I n"e : 'ar.te I' 'i. "'1 ..r.1 I frotnVr'hii'::..*nn r<-- .i' li'in k ">. Clow's additioL.) West
which ii !is believed U apt toEtMiccur [ .aj ', ,\,1 l 1 I f'd: tam: 11 II 'Ia", -n' 11 ,.. .
;ta\tack., ; >.-t.The. I has been having quite a wriotn! time nr i.'i i 'i">' crap I: i p.'r' .l' 1: I.'" I
at any holr.BCiwNG aI Iii :Mcv-,1 IIIM. from ri-niiivitiL'' I !t' a', .. '
author of the original !' --- t-nt M .l'h" :tu.l,: JlIJ f"I.1' -"ela- 'tr'iltta-I. .1 .liihn I' 'f. m" to

.t '-- 3' Arthur, .founded the story on tiactual |r i I Mr 1. Gna"trp. of Paris. actom leg i -o i.l tl"' Kif-r I la, Hid i'r1, i, \ !I'.' ai1 aa M II-. |1'1' ore tie J \l is Turns, |or 'I I ard! oth* r i i.nsider- I

K | BNTKCMHMENTSjJyTentai : hapiieuings in a New Kni-'la'' k panted by his sister and her daughteris : !hey : 4 Tfi with \sat r frutu June mt.rtgaLe; mnipan) whuh hen. almi -I'inn.. lot- I and :2 (duck f.:. north.
I oi-ani/a:; to '!u l I"J All fruits I Irnrr)
J ) village! "hure has befit A ,grf.'l: a pnimlnen visitor in the r ,y. Th to So""n"? r 1 a-h yer-- :
;1" Coal Mines, October. :M -The amount of good accomplished by t'.epresentation Goastre party have been travelling It ire planted nr r'< 'I' ar.d hanmocV ., .I'' not laki' -lidpf for the (in "lit a: \\'arlt..h'1' ,, V R.ownto e

84- two armies remain ....nfrontla.I ; each of this drama and i.uti the I'nited States for the pxxt twi amis These laid' arw a'so' first class \ lea I. and he \\ ii r".na't; in Miami, am' '."' A FiUr. I \\ lloi-en. n"l H. W.
close range along the entire but ..untie to g'aaha.. attention to h-: !'t. alrnan. tru-ttees Methodist church.i'oiith 4a t
other at if i-ripatr-d. senerlly .
&;: aide of the financial benefit to be ds! years and have visited every p.ace o' or vecetahles. *
raised truck nt' rests her' This, while i It may lie for $t and other consldi
r ::111ne. 1 rived from Its prehentation. th? morillesson Interest In the entire countrv. To too dry for string rations
l t 'tBoth: forces are working bard on the taught will be ouch thai will 1* morrow they will leave on the Marti rhe your moves down here n' e th'- I I !I iinpKiintlr.| ; to the (Captain. e i'l'1 hertifying :N.t I". i I.III'I.\ .,"'on City. t
ofstrong entrenchment 1 asThl' I : ; to his aswwlate" an.I mans Warranty deed. Jens C. Eskl' and
r S construction felt in the community. | pique for Key West and Hav .la. am lnest in the world for their >If'n
[ /'On the Japanese left artillery bombardutents The reserved seats have already been from there will go to South America s the natural' home for oraDK-s: urapo- i arm personal friends here. alfe to Charles Nelson for S40. lots t

Ilk- are being exchanged.K&r' li limes mangoesvocado 1:1::. 14 and l.V block 1. Eskllsen addition. -
placed on sale, and as there port, and places and make a tour o -ult. lemons guavas
sure to be a large demand. It wlll.i.e the world before returning to France \ tears and many other fruits :Miss Chapman daughter of a promi- Dania.C

OTHER SHIPS' ARRIV IN';. wise for ali who wish to see the pi-. The trip will consume several )ean. arely ever heard of outside tnU-ex- eat Iowa farmer arrived in his city Warranty deed J. T. Frow and wifeto

*''" to secure them. Tickets can be ha. reme southern part of the East Coastif this week and Is no well pleated that Charles Peacock, for $5 an I other

# :T"O. Spain. October 26.-Four Rust at the Biscayne Drugstore Yount'si The Ball Brothers have left Brook Florida. she has decided to spend the winter considerations, lots 1. 2. 3, 4. II, 14. 13, wand

t ajan battles hps andpr31 Other transeortare s i i I, Pharmacy and Red .Cross Phar- for Miami and will reach here In a fee "The Florida East Coast railway acre. and ha located at the Lome oCD 16, block 1. subdivision of Frow'a

,.. anchored In'thip port. shins macy. days :ill soon open up the first 28 1.: milesI O a..11\, on \enib street Homestead.

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i THE DAILY I as' close to a freeze as the Io5Dorable. I no little nervous apprehension, notwithstanding sedation with his fellow public servants certainly carry by good majoritiesthe nets," he says U simply "....'well<.

will be enveloped with November 4. j I' their loud professions. ? States of New York. New Jersey, dend activity of a very busy maa':<

MIAMI METROPOLIS.i i Claiming everything U a favorite game In the name of liberty no left thanIn Connecticut. Maryland Delaware energy, a man who thinks and

I The trusts ere for RooseveUJbul the with the Republican manager They the name of decency let Mr. Roosevelt West Virginia and Indiana, and that quickly of high Ideals, uqueatl <

legitimate business Interests i of the did so in 1892 but were overwhelmingly render his decision. Let there be Inxadditlon. to these electoral votes, we Integrity and unwavering coarace.:;
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ever' day .cept defeated. While there Is remarkable no hedging dodging or evasion In a shall have the If
.- .. ,,- ,'. I country ought to be for patl.r. If majority not all of conclusion he finds In Theodora ]
L L TMU ( Uitan. I Roosevelt Is elected look olif- for a 1 apathy and indifference generally matter that so vitally concerns the future I the electoral votes of the Rocky velt, "the typical American.." a '"Era.

t ; .,IlL.. f. .11UIN 6TN. I campaign In 19"8' that will bike the ly spaklng. there Is increasirg Interest of both races Does Mr. Roosevelt Mountain States It I U impossible at man and an honest man; "eJ'J'a'

t v- .ill r. ETtD W.ad..Otrrv. I' campaign of 18%; resemble ji Quaker and activity In the really debatable 'stand for white civilization or for a this juncture to predict the outcome in with no vain pretense to Inf.

.' au.r.d" .,b III.-Po.totsce- at Irtlamtrinrida. | meeting J States-New York New Jersey black and tan ((vllll.allon111 he Wisconsin simple in his! home life, 1 Dea-'

i uoeooad-e1au mAt,.'H'._ .-. 1 n f')' Connecticut. Delaware West Virginiaand place. the brand of his approval upon i I Illinois\ must also be classes In the 'ocratlc In his ways, with the

YtI. ao.i ouu.rn H.w.p.>.r published on Advertising is not an exper rut nora Indiana. This group of States will ) mh... egenation. or will he declare that I doubtful column, for, although this education that the world can give;Ito
... mala land of the Cnlted ScaMt at tee chance. It is a business ition iecille, the result. It is in these States ''|the white man who takes to himself a moment our canvass there Is Imperfect the weak tender and loyal and I
mOlt Hontberr r>llw*> 'rmlnil. that the Republicans Handing negro wife I Is no fit associate lor the It is
It requires thought and atteb! on the are sufficiently advanced to indicate never quarrelsome but never afraid 1

One Tear by Mall.. .. ... .... .. ...fl.OO same as any other departm4i 6 of the money with a lavishness that Indicates soldiers; of the 1'niteJ Slate army' j' ), an unmistakable Republican: de- I fight, with a strong sane sense of 1 .

8Is Months... ... .. .. .. .. ... .. Z.IIO business Space In the t#: 'spaper the manner in which they: obtained it. The American people pause exet:tant- tw.ttuu. I or.. f

Three Months.. .. .. .... .. .. 1.2S should lie filled with matter tat will\ ly for Mr Roosevelt's reply '.0 these i -0-- I "The use! to which he has put

x OM Wiek. by CarrIer. .... .. ... .10 interest the reader. Frt"QUf'l1Jbanb"t'S LET: IIOOSEVELT .ANS\\ ER. pertinent and Important qm *lions THE LAST WORD ON THE CAN- qualities of heart and (character" I Iator

keep up interest and attract fff\orable Hoes Mr. Roosevelt believe we" should I DIDATES. Lodge adds, "Is cut pretty'I I
Tb4. liami Printing Companj.A I attention and ('ustomt"rU.le. ner A siiMiVr in the United States army ;i remain white or does he hope| to see us I 1 I I the history of our last helltr-
I I years. vEvery
application. hate l been made for his 1! o 'tandldates from the highest author-! .
The New York Herald quotlsihe betting voter will
enjoy and profit
TELEPHONE.J61-2R- dig, barge "lor the good of the ser- DEMOCRATIC EXPECTATIONSThe ties appears| i In the November McClure's I j > } ,
e odds as being ten tojeflRht! onHerrick. I this opportunity of studying the
OrnCB: METROPOLIS BUILDING. oft-repeated \1' e." and the Secretary of War and > which Is just out. Judge Parker Is !
and adds its but National Committee Figures ouP81'h..r I i' Presidential candidates In the wl
4S2 and 414 Twelfth StreetOpposite the PrrMdrut of the Tnlti'd States i discussed by ex-President Cleveland
4\j\ In italics: 1lut thepeople light
silly observation { I and Davis' ElectionA of Intimate acquaintances
l Court HouaaWEDNESDAY. must now say once and for all whether I and President RfHweveil by Senator
| will have to declde.f Whereupon ; high standards.ANTISLAVERY.
I; 'i the government: believes In ml"icgenailoii statement has been given out by llensy. Ca-ixit Lie, of Massachusetts !
the Brooklyn Eagle: sa y : +
OCTOBER 26, 1904. I to be among the rights that its cituens the Democratic National Committee, in two brief hilt most Interesting pa ,
I is profundity. It has all the rl.tJ.th and I RELIC. .
If ; are entitled to exercise pud I'n- after a consultation between Thomas I pen Two n'o i attractive pictures of'I
breadth, all the momentous significance
joy. Tall: art. chairmanV.: F. Shcehan. |the lanilidaiei! are | resented and the ,j: A large! Iron hook Is a recent
November &th will' be election day. of the comprehensive contention that
(;r.$a It Is reported that the soldier in ,I| chairman of the Executive. Committee I fiat! and lu, '. ltalle i oLcluslont\ in the !: lion to the collection of antiqueof
,;; Remember the date and do your duty. two and two make four. IMJ that Is i I
question' brought the matter sharply 1 and Delancey Nlcol, vice-chairman for n.ind:<1 of the ols i n-II<1II1.1 reader must,' the Bostonian Society, in the. i
t O characteristic of the Heraldf f '
v will' Governor-elect Brow- home to President Roosevelt personally the East. It says: |I'l is' that the American people are assured I State House, placed there By mem
It be
1f. soon qg t
; President-elect Par' D f by declaring In a letter to the "\\'.. have made no formal s'.itement of a chief magistrate of character'I 'of the G. A. K. a couple of we\Q-
ard. and hope, resPlt"ndf'ntl..
we week, ;
: j), Jacksonville Is lresnl'ut that if a negro va good cotuerning the political\ situation lie- I ami.. Rh.JlI'r the neat four years In''I to the effect of that there were f_
with Carnival! festivities and lfts In Its fore this( time became the materials 11h.- "\ent of the election! relics
II enough to dire with the logical Inference of either Parker If any of the anti-slavery nil
The midst thousands of people fpj'i every ls" that I... or she is gnu.! enough '' upon which alone a corn-it Judgment! ; rjr H,,,.-...\ cit.i turn to l>e seen in Boston.
i'f : Voting privilege\ carries with it SU Miami ;.
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I jiiiimUt and section of the 1'o marry. Hut whether or not Pri\a ,ould 1 tae formed were not at hand.: 1 1'Jr.. l'Ietfand.: speaking. from yearsof It Is the honk from which the ro
Let the
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this November 8ib.o I.(' tjej futon T. Smith of the hospital corps "Our efforts during:; the pa-t threemonths i">litical and personal acquaintance wa suspended that hange-I Jor.rown.
remember: on the town will be filled to overflowing ] has sought self justification! in the hate tx en dexuted\ to the task I with Judge I'urker believes him fit for : at Charleston Va Decent

of with people from all over thejrountry.! 'nnducl of Mr Roosevelt Is of small of orga'iblii:; and harmonixmg: the th'- high calling, of the Presldeicy. In -, 1 1S33.: It was purchased (event
Senator Gorman he is
says sure not
'' hi usual who have wended their wa-yfr.re; matter. Th. i int-ue Is now distinctly party in the Plates" hi'licrto considered hU! ability.!! Judicial and conservative years ago by a local member of tI
New York. Let us hope that attend carnival aitracfon, but
to a inailv 1 and an unequivocal verdict must faut: this
f$ tood ludgmt"nt Is not at 111\ igorA and
the mol g; :
enjoy lie rendered Poe or does nut Theodore -. That '.'.irk is now finished and II'y! to conviction, devotion to duty built the scaffold used at Brown'
?; time. the worfdj and to1 '
u healthy rlinale Roose\et: believe in the intirmariiaue ,j; :t is possible for the first time to reacha and safe conception of Presidential' re |, cutlon.: and who afterward took *:!,,
h other In the msfcy: Pleasure -
iCen.tfKurokl tie with ea I of the races? May or may pot a conclusion ba oM upon a systematicianvats spoiiMbiluies.! .Ir Cleveland finds apart and preserved the hook until his
is reported to Kdying 'r..atlonsOat.JJ
has so
will and rl'< it http man take unto himself n negro ,, which can nrvt be satisfactorily Juile! ParkiT eiuipM-d| | In the funds- | death In 1837. ....
with dysentery. If he dies Japan J .,
lose one of her greatest generals but .abundantly provided for ]: wire without! offence to society or without ,( I made truth I after organisation; Is ,| menials for the unties of the office of' The hook, which Is about ten ID
her e '! reproach to the public ser\ioe I ? i I|i -ompleted and the campaign has well whose needs his own eight yais' per- ID: length and which was made by'"
r not ereateaLSavaJInah IN THE : ?
a BALANCE.IThe II is no longer a theory, but a condl- i i', progressed.BURIED. <' fonal experience so well qualifies him I II Ii Virginia blacksmith was run tha "

and South Georgia had alight : ,1 tion that confronts the Prt>8Ir1t"n'. From i 1 1I |1 I : DIFFERENCES I IO speak. Concerning his candidate. I Ii hole In the middle of the cross

: i frost Sunday night. Miami and situation seems ravorlfl.e to the I I II |I: time to time he has treated us.to quite "In every Stale and In all sections ;i he says: "Judge Parker's experience of the scaffold where !It was

South Florida, however remalu as serene j Democrats In West Vlrgnla|while the I f, a deal of more or less maudlin, t.tuf( I II |j Democrats have burled their differences 'tin judicial Investigation added to his | by a thumb screw at the top. It :WJ.

balmy and Inviting as evrPreelection work being: done In Indian \ Is highly II III j I about the equality of man before the i| and are working harmoniously ,|1! natural aptitude In the same direction. generally known that the famlly_
encouraging. The Democratic; outlook |I law and under the Constitution. He 'and' enthusiastically for the ticket. ought to satisfy the most cautions and ;' the hook during the CIvil War and
i predictions. as a rule I In New York Is as favoral i to the I: has bothered about the duty of opening I 1 Our canvass shows that scarcely anywhere exacting: of his abundant ability to discover was buried a great part of the, ttmj

are not worth much. The published Democrats as to the RelK1 fans. If a door of hope to his negro f el lew citi I Is theft a trace of the dissensions ''' in the light of Constitutional lest the Union soldiers should get'; '

: 1 figures as to New York are not to be I Herrick Is elected Governors' now zens. Will be now say exactly what I i which for the past eight years 1]I( requirements and In the atmosphere, and carry It off as a trophy ;,,'

c, relied on. The last week of too campaign I seems probable there appea &.DO logical I he does and does not mean I ty these I have unhappily divided the party. In !{iof enlightened: but conservative Americanism -I The scaffold Itself Is said to' hate

will give a clearer Idea of the reason why Parker shou d snot also things? Is It or Is it not to the detriment [! the States of New York New Jersey the manner in which a PresI- been transformed Into a portico taf'M

'J situation In that State.W1 carry the State. Comparatively few of society that the blood of the I Connecticut Indiana. Maryland Dela- I dent should best serve his country." house soon after the execution of I

| o I I bets have been made in if* Yorkon white race should be poluted by the ware and West Virginia and In Senator Lodge's characterization ofI Brown and to have so remained

", three, of the most powerful the result, and much ot the talk blood of the black race? What do these many of the Western States our or-1 I I President Roosevelt Is the sincere tribute a few years ago when to gratify, !

,F dredge In the world at work In the I about betting odds Is donejjfyr effect army officers mean by declaring that ganlzatlon Is now more complete and !! of a near and true friend. The VOwing taste for historic relies ti .

*X bay cutting I|la deep water channel to The men who back their gidgment the "good of the service" demands the effective than ever before In the history trusted political advisor as well as son of the original builder rebuilt it I fits

r the sea what better assurance could with money who are notjlfefluenced discharge of a man who marries a neI I of the party. Candidates for the Intimate personal friend of the a "scaffold again. ,'=*

one desire of the future greatness and by mere sentiment or polities preferences gro wife? Shall the United States Government Governor who stand for the very high- 'President Senator Lodge writes with r,.v

r y stability of the city and section? have made few beta sf|ar- Ten believing as It professes to do. I est type of citizenship and represent authority of his Interesting subject RC8SE .-By the win of her b" -

u days hence they will have aifre satisfactory that all men are free and equal guaranteeing popular local Democratic issues In all He declares his belief that "co nan band. Henry Grtnnell Russell who 414\\

Chairman D. U. Fletcher's circular I knowledge or motto )positive as it professes to guarantee these doubtful States are greatly aid- has lived the life of his time so amply ten days ago Mrs. Russell of

K appeal to the editors of the State: to opinions than they have now that all shall enjoy equal rights and Ing the national ticket by the-! energetic u he; no one has known humanity I dance R. I., becomes the richest widow .

*&' substitute the name of J. Emmet I The general situations wbllejnot suchas privileges, deny one of Its citizens the campaign. In so many phases no one has In New England as the estate \*:'nj'

I! Wolfe'for that of William Holloway. Is to inspire Democrats with;absolute privilege of selecting his own wife on WHAT THEY EXPECT TO CARRY. sympathies or so many iDte.wider I puted to be worth at least $1:0,000,00.::

meeting with a frost, though not near confidence. Is causing: the Reall.bllcanlll)I pain of being branded as unfit for as- "Our canvass shows that we shallA President Roosevelt's real There are no children. (1.

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[c .Contract-. fiin p u!> fine Steel. Bridge Has Been ejit -H

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A B Offthe fact that \ve have now paced upfth the market a few of our lots on the west side of. -Ilar" : River, and we till briefly describe theiiT

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As.i.p : All of the lots were laid oft in the Bridge Comparf?to erect and completea petition was presented by the than $8iW to 51.200: ), a-.1 these ;lots are H- low we list a few furnished houses r aret

original plat of the city of Miami. magnificent Bridge; across the riverat property owners also for paving streets only 121)) to 140 feet deep while ours fr rent for the season:

!1 Florida and are full size SOxlU feeL Twelfth strejrp This steel draw will and laying sewerage which will be are 15n: feet. We keep a free team at

Q it: These are ton choicest lots In Uy> city be 120% feetM length and 30 feet \passed at their: next meeting w.. agree our door ready to show our lots to 6-R".nl House Fourteenth Street $500. j;f'

x lieyoad any doubt, as they are only wide including |double walks. This ing to donate the city's portion of the real seekers of homes or Investors and :5 Room house Avenue C, $325.

bur blocks from the post-office and draw will be fsSipported by concrete cost of same. It Is our inter.tton to will be pleased to give you our time If 7-Roora House, Seventh street $601)

.a justness center. Every lot is in>-full and steel and t HCrete pillars. The entire make this th a pride portion of the city, you are inearnest. Remember also fi-Koom House. Seventh street $300. ,
i'n view and overlooks the ueaatifuliliamt length cfP&e bridge will be 290 hence will not sell any lots to other that we mean what we say, T. hen we -Rnhm House Ninth street and
feet and Is Ateed to be completedand that deslralie, and In less tell avenue C. $800.
river nnd:,also a perfect view ofthe guM' persons you that only a few lots will be
business and prominent resident ready for y-sWel by January 1, 1905. than twelve! months we confidently expect : sold at these prices but that you have 11..10.'e :ixt a few special bargains

I portion of the ctiy. It la only fiveidmrtei' by the Coavct4l3ridge Company. this part of the city to have from the choice 01 all of them and that we for tale:

ci walk 'from Blaeayne Bay Besides this! .jjve have already ar- !So to IIM of the choicest buildings and guarantee to build the bridge and pave Avenue H. lots. $10 rash and $5 per

where, ,the liver empties Into it, and, ranged to pal |Heventh. Twelfth and homes t.) b-. fo'IDI'' in ti.4i\ fully the streets at no cost to those who pur- month. yr'

k \ being situated on the south and .west Thirteenth strf Cl9. and Twelfta street equipped with wait; -oweragc and Il.as. from us. and that both will lielompleted HayFrontjit.. I'lflxIW.! $l.::;il): easy

-rte; t fide the breeze from the bay sweeps will be not onfyfeompleted; by January ..I..< |ric! lighN:; Rntcmle-r 1. ':;. if moneyil terms. \

unbroken up tb Vlver and across the let, hut it wiCptp; extended west and Now, we offer only a few, more lots tt do ;It also that if you -Room Hoii. bay front lot. riparian t-2

-v'- plat, so that :n summer It Is Impossible paved till It itt rxects the paved road at t.e alioN- !prices/ ami lerrnlietore i 1 liniiuni a lot -' in ar as Seventii street rights: tropical fruits and shrubbery *

to get: a more delightful location for a through the Qeera4 Lawrence property V'f ai\ IIn..i. ;.111 I'". wlil'li I is fur 't'r anay that I It would.ut adjoining! city; very cheap at fi

#,t home. thus maktq&thls the most traveled .- Do not forget that Twelfth! street M >oii froii 3i "' to H.SIHI.; with water, u.nl"l.lt' .

| Every lot on this entire tract Isjilgh thoroughfaVeJ} :about the (city as a the bat on" In the city as It has and sewt r.lvi >(Jm Ho'iwith: lot Tfxlil; $1.900.

r, -3 and on pine land consequenjly will save two Indies distance going and nearl) nil !: > finest brick and stone he bn In the real est.ve bu-l- Farm of 4.:; acres, all cleared 1.000 '

rx41 there Is no harbor for mosquitoes\ qor coming from JhttNorth Orange Glade business' blocks! in the center anil the iicss for mot 1 than twenty years, and trees oranges limes, grapefruit, t

,ti |JI the breeze cut off from the bay by properties | : finest al,1Dust elegant residences" know how fi get properties to ....11. kumquat*. cocoanuts, etc., many In

dense hammocks or forest tree Now only 4 f fjw words more. We ea h end. It is seventy feet w t.le and If you are .. Mraneer in the city, do l hearing;: three acres In bananas; at

S1 I This property" would have' long since notified a fev| :pC our friends and clients has 10-foot'r.dewalks. The courthouseand not l le. drlvei off by the prices that areen 311. tot) pn.eapple plants, twothirdsIn ;

J een the ceiter of the city and built In the city'what, : we were .olng to City Hall lots are onlv three K \ you .)'1 properties which are offered bearing; has an S-room house 4F:

pp with elegant homes but from the do namely relf! 4 Iftnlted! number of blocks away and the water sewerage by any and every ode In the city, with" 80 teet of veranda. Price

fact there was no bridge across the our lots at (hp'hwiall, It sum of '.IlK! for and electric lights are already completed but see us tor properties that are ,..\- $4.;,)1,. Cy

Jllaml river near It. so that to reach Ityou Inside lots an>t\ *4>)i for corners, one- 1 to. the river's edge; waiting only i lusively handled by our firm, and get 80 Acres twa miles west of Len.on City4

t had. to pass more han a mile. third cash b.itxee? *" one and two years. for the bridge to cross over. only one pr" aVe give: you abstracts; Depot on agood rock road; good
a Besides streets Some fifty off friends, who knewus Those of you thinking of vneighhornoxst.
then were no paved Uf a to our prol>prl. and we warrant every /: Price per acre. $15.o .
i .or roads to this point Realmng: :the have alreSH) bought lots and quitea home.
full Importance of opening: up this number Wilt ftulld elegant; homes as the lot on twelfth street to ii.. ricer tranJpr1': will he gla l to meet you. Little Riier Depot $20: per acre.

't 'ttrwct. we secured a few weeks since soon as the bridge Is completed.! The just a little more than one year since and will give you the "benefit; of our L"Acres one and a Half miles from z:4

a4, pa option on all this property at :leakeedingly '- (Council at Ihflt last meeting October at I--V': ; to SV.I1(, each : now most of them twenty year' experience in selecting fuller part prairie part pine; the tr

low figures. *nd have already =0, 1904. oncefed sidewalVj laid onTwelfth are built up with, fine.houses! and no ) our grove f.irnis. homes. Investments cheapest property In Dade county.

y contracted with the Converse Steel fii Avenue K. vacant lots < an now tv had tor !less or any !iufot'.ii"ioi; in our "ow r. Price. $:IOQ.i .
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G. W. Wnrt. :Nacocodochea, Texas, q : -
i tar: "His daughter had chill sad : hfbiI time trials advocated for thetedtdutts

professions? fever for three years; he could not find I Ormond-Daytona automobile ca,

anythng that mould help her till he 11'&1 e In November wIII\ not take place tA
I .
used Herblne His wife ", \ili not keep o+rt i to the fact that manufacturers

house without It. and cannot say too owners will\ not have their itp'a

LSh. mu 'h for t." 50c. Sold bj Red Cross bars ready for trial say the St.At14tfstine .

Pharmacy. ; Record

tP&tteraon'-dei. "othird annual automobile derby
C G Memmlneer, of Lakeland, general the ue ribbon event of the year, wiIllI .
manager for the Dominion Phosphate place in Florida. January 23d to I

.S>.', WIU.*...aCe iB all court. issue and F.det.1gp.etalt.cllttl..tor.umtntnaand Com van)'. was here Thursday on jsittlnc-liisiv! The first and last: days I i

p.rt.cHna UufcineKS HP has just returned from a wills devoted to record trials for all r.g
ia4 TUte ,
p the mountain of #of .cars and the four Inlerv..nlngI
;i shim:oar.! Miami. FU.PT. Bummer spent in ty
North Carolina recuperating at the I ,l | will be demoted to a mammoth F.

8KAOQ3. !L Dn retorts for which that Stata Is famous I'tpfJKnme lor races for distances 'j .
: : frf"r to till miles The 20-mile( wave- : SIX LEFT
:y Office with id Crou Pbarvv?. Mr. Memminger says that his company "' iM dustless (track as hard as !
.jj J4th Strec c
-..'" Itesldean will at once begin the erection of a ( pt. i Is in fine condition and it is > ,
corner ire, CMIAMI. 'i' rrt
phosphate plant at Mulberr which iced that the record of J1 seconds
when ,completed will\ be the largestand b.. mile. made byV.. K. Vander- '

most extensive in the world. The bit(i; Jr last winter will suffer totalec&fose :'

DR J. U. JACKBON, JR., plant" ill hUe allthe latest and new on th above dates, as famous Within the past week we

orticiBISCAYNK dei ices for mining phosphate, the most d&j fc.rs with higher I powered' cars will :

I0TKL BLOC, AVK. D. expensive and improved machinery in lx*m the Ormond-Dalona' course froma I have sold all but six lots #; '-
.departments\ including Its ov n electrical 1?,jparu of the world" t
JUAML FLORIDA equipment The buildings and frh;t annual tournament in the sunny
advertised inJohnson's
grounds will! be Illumined from this S i
DR W. B. MUSH, I plant. The omces will be on au elaborate aJ| other tournament doe. SH men I,
wale and there "'i1be\ a large W Bel bull not drive In road rr track
r.f Offlce 22b-lYth *tre t, 'Phone w-t. ;
corps of deiiial helpPolk County I raltei will always be found competing j
?Be ldeuce, aw 9th M. 'tMIAMI. I I
( Flarlow. ) RecordBROKE in fiorida.Aa,_ Extra
ry I meeting at 13reiton Hi'l. New :

INTO HIS HOUSE. Yor!,_ thin week. at which were pres- ;

s t.',W BACKUS, en ,mous automobilNt authorities. Q rti
S Le Quinn, of Cavendifih Vtwai. ,
$,;;, c ....sCT':: J. or Ufa Nassau >>treei. New
robbed of his customary! health by Invasion mltan
.: asd DetailstMadetifor y before them of
Plans gpeotncatioD of chroniC! constipation Whet < .laid a prospectus I
> Building of All: Kinds, Fine th serf.! cor.tcbts After careful con-I Special Sale .
New Life Pills broke into
l' r esidenort a Specitltj. Dr. King's I Ievf
"'1.-- t" sl'fMlon a programme of races was
his house, his trouble was arrested and
p Ornc!, 1315, fi that will take care of every
now he is entirely cured. Theyn
type flf car upwards of ten raora each:
guaranteed to cure at all drugstore { These lots were sold'to residents of Miami
;:c. ::0.I I :eogere.vn : ., dat i the prices for which will be a* ,

___ usi'J most attractive given at theraditteet.
: n n e and they knew what bargains offer-
-. : :J we were
.; ......: atza : The race will all I be invi-

.r a1 f A. taflti affairs as it Is desirous on the ing. If you contemplate purchasing one of I

paf tjejt the Florida East Coast Automo-

f-: Otne No.
,;:C- al l 4t desirable entries. The programme
:_...Tan L.L'a.t Cast...tM of t'\oritIa.Svw..1q about t6.. wlbM issued next week, and the entry and we will reserve you one while they last | s ,r

blW will be ready for distributionN

.t, ALTER CDZ(ARMO. ---- .- -J >AUe<1 arrangement have been McALLISTER.BECK ,
mr f.if or a low rate .on automobiles ,

irons. 'teo't. fri.A ew York and Boston to Jackson- : kaY
:Bat Es"ta"tesJ.
vil ( mod Ormond and Daytona. And
4 JI ;" ;:-- w [!]. It be possible that in order to aclate .... 4. $. t.TCi .-.... VIra2Nt3Miami
;"Room"/: Metropolis building. ,.=e' the large number of auto-
Miami. Fla. : : Florida:
'. outs 8 to 11 f im'4s, and fat>t molor boat that asp ,

(41 steamer will be chartered which 4rt
R. II. SEYMOUR < co ____::: '. __ c ._
y PIERCE &!ttARDIEe w jCfcave\ New York during': the latter :: : : S 3bB

==Atttortiey at Law 'of the week of the National Auto- $

m iAle Show at Madison Square Gar-
.".':::r '"!'"' r-,.,..-----j, dtd J.

..kRn poetic. 1. ah toe gilts aa4 Fnl I.na. "lowing" the automobile b urna- I I
>>. particular *tt .ilo* to Corporate.,. / m irtwill come the first annual auto- II I ;
*.M_4.tlle, Reap E.tate aad Probate Law .LARE ,..1Iora I I i tp4
0IIke ia Fr4..eII.B.ild.aa. MILK, 1LL R' .. m.11 e motor boat carnival at Palm' .
;\00 e_ :: B under the auspices of the Palm I II L

fi Power Boat Association of II I

jWKe Eagle Bather S6oc. :no'!fr.Henry Fro M.Sterry Flagler is secretary Is president andvTrer :I

r:Foil Chairs. No Waiting The dates set for this tournanjciit .- -- --.- .r"r 1

J Best Servlfe in the City. are February' 1st to 3d inclni publican mechanic of Philadelphia to..i Chief of Police Jones of Tampa De- For Congress Second District:

slt i ., COLBY I Proprietoi YOU fantblU Lake Worth. ono' of the most which the Republican candidate for !' regard to this report the St. Augustine f tlni
.s4. 3O2 Tmelfch StrMtW.CMAYNARD. picSiei-que Kheets of water In Florida.Tijastet.t President puts on their moral worth, Record says: .
iu the world will be REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.For a
| Sheriff Perry made a generous proposition f
; e11ab1e
; 'r .
1J GtsJrtltS I GOINGTO ent rjd In this tournament, and noted I The PitUburg Post (Pern.) says: at first to the other claimants Governor: f

1' ;OPtlcIU.F' sl'1,rta men will donate trophie, fur the "Republican organs are announcing who were only 1 Incidentally. connected I M. B. MacFARLANE. tx

nand will be in attendance. Mr. tl'at the Democrats are now going< to.., with the arrest, but this was rejected For Secretary ot State:

*...D."Nsit to Po t-0 etitssa FrtSr*C!. Bourne, ex-commodor of the I pour a large amount of money into the .V* a matter of fart Sheriff Perry deserves JOHN F. HORR.
kanUlj tiled: BUILDIf :>| York acht Club will !b' a- M I For Attorney-general .
te the races. I fntes The sums they mention are IIP acted independent, of any of the oth- \ : 1Hj
; Thebes, Qocts. Jevelerj. .flowing rttlra Beach automobile : FRED S. CUBBERLY.For .
an entirely Imaginary and Intended to I I'" orfli 'rs on the case They did not
... 'would.rite interest a t nnotor boat tournament may beg c r.'ate the Impression that the money seek his f'lt-ollO'ratl"n.| Marshal Hlnch' Comptroller: '
to, we to Y.
:; ; C. C. CARROLL. you in using the I .g| in H vana. Cuba and it is pro- power of the country Is giving aid to ailviii'd Sheriff furry' alKiflt the desperate J. L. SKIPPER.For w
;t 1 '> to sen.i the loats und"'r their State Treasurer:
Homeaeekewr \tent My Ut of 11'! the Democracy. As a matter of fact trimmaK, and the marshal was
:Th. cannot be off! lower in a race from Palm Brach I tit* report U doubtless circulated for acting in concert with the Tampa offl- E. M BRELSFGRD.
l city and County Property and Miami Lime Stone tdil lkvana via Key Wee t. the witerbeicularl I{ tl.t purpose of diverting attention from I Mrs Eteryone here Is familiar with For State Superintendent of Paths '
} quality price
beaten u I
Jnay wrve Com'l 1riJ, ::1 )' smooth and .mitaV.c1: 'the effort which the Republican mona I the story of the arrest, which was made'by Instruction.
satisfaction. The wall of a building fM i'oo.t going ( -'ra are about to make to carry eletiim Sheriff Perry assisted by Omcer; W. R. O'NEU
.{Btare if held will" 1,:. unrtfr For Commissioner of Agriculture
constructed of his stone I se races with nioney They have beenI Nelson and Arthur Colee None of the : r
..l'c. C. CARROLL areFire tlt4 aspires" cf the Cuban Automobile I Weding the trusts and It Is now their others working on the case Ke the J. s. ROWLEY. J

,: : Notary Public I P-1Il' R A>*i''.istion. an Inco'ixjraterlwhose 1,.iri>ose to use the proceed!', to lorruiitn '..n*'nfl the least assistance In rapturni For Railroad Commissioner!

{ 21. An.D, et stcww::1IIiII11IIaI STREETS.GEO. ,I bcj 43" of II"ana president En- many voters as possible. The Demo ..5: rr.J"1 s H. T. RITCHIE. *
1f Proofand rinu. .1. "oinll. !>, now. In Ne* Yorkfast alu managers have no money for ''The two criminals were In Tamp For Justice of Supremo Court for Tarsi

ias had several conferencewith i ihs purpose, and wilt" need alt! that fu' two wc-ek 1 before coming here, the of Six Year"t

Lt MCDONALDT practically everlastingAfter t :.kk ;Morgan/ who will have entire In 'y can Ret for the legitimatep< use. oCicrrs! of that city knew them' and W. B. SHEPPARD.For j'

: dtil t Engineer I once up, there Is no I .. f p of the Southern circ-ul'. It is I of the campaign" failed to arm-it them; but after Sheriff" Justice of Supreme Court: Ii;

.} .iv a>d Bubdirtdins Lads a .pw.any j expense.of repairing or I p f4pced to Late four days' ']>ort in Perry at the risk of his life captured O. S. F\P.R a'

r" COCOAN'lfr OROVB. FLA.GOING. I painting. The first cost Is : dl one of the events being a 12i'>- The Baltimore Evening herald the men they asked for the hulk of C. S. ADAMS

, j but little more than wood I. mapro l ra-e from Havana to Chris- I' T'em ) says: "Every rlalm that the the reward on the plea that they furnished E. P. AXTEt. ,4 r.t

'1 > while thePermanent and bar-k This road is font anil l D morrat1 have mad agar at the the information that led to the i: ---
%: ,Illti.1 I I
ARE]\ OU ) with, palm trees, making, It an : l'rt>sldent In this miserable Panama arrest i REPUBLICAN
\ ; Costconsidering II.i >1 course | business ha been hilly subotaiilia-ted "In addition to a reward a=regat- For the Legislature;: TICKET: i I

North for 'West ? it.l1f'lIaml: Is not srhwlule.\ In the ': by the evidence In the case, and this Ing 1200. there was a Government DR. H. C HOOD. ,

t I niwOr bohi brats it is more than f jlR't i bit of testimony from th,- Presi- reward of several hundred dollars. offered For Clerk of the Pi-rult: \ Court 1 Li

jfHI; repairing repairing | pflbhble that such a contest '11bp\ I Jd-,nt. himself. disproves the fait most for the men who were wanted by MORGAN E JCNES. '

f Is much less than ,I t h, 'KL.., here after the events at West Insisted upon by himself and his I the Federal authorities for bmplarlz- For Sheriff! : .J

& Nashville : wood The appearance 1* i 'VJrt Beach as tIP, matter wax dm- ftlends.i that he was entirely In the j I i Ing a postoffice Sheriff Perry ran com H. T. FERRIS.
:ltLlaiSyUl much superior to other I csk I last sea-.on h>' enthusiastict'AhLsmen ila-k about! a plan to overtlnnw the' ph with all th'e conditions to secure For County Treasurer 4-9-
materials as the here and It Is known that of Colomhla.01 did the Sri mentioned I
ithoril only retrard hilt the
rti Railroad : i I. JUNE M. !:0UTY.For .
I-, I'I I: thjf will exert every effort to ft HIK. 'h h. knowof that plan as h's letter !". -iiinent ieward may prove more I IIlIfi Tax Til'-wtor,' :

rt t i i Architectural Possiblities are : a ;*tihtest on His It'ne BavVoranioilor'v I .hows. but he cf>n ld.>rcd a ymiiosi\ 'i'i! a- die men were not tried In J I I. WIi.SOti';
n| Modern trajn currying<< Pullman'sleeper 'I : Uoome and Hughe1-! t "n to give aid: not only did 'i- know i !.',..'. 'i"1.' jF1 j :
/ Coaches, free re- Unlimited. I 1 For County \sor of Taxes:
*, up-to-date and dining; can \1frttN.;! M I George; and a number of I (>r it. but It required the restraint of'rnerimn .. fur! o" mK is an Iteml/e.) ,list of : D 14 H(I'tl:I F.S.i'or .
'aUntnc, cha'rfr| fl fterachtlng eern: and enchusia"-'u I li', rar's ,
I | I traditions! and iin'ili-' ; "fntip uTerp]: State of .\tn-i 1 ." ,
-iii Dortb"nlaDd-ooutlt..rn citiw.TbennettdlninKcar \Ve saw the stone to anysize. i County Surer' t -nt of Public y
*''Between i ale..interested in the matter and ani6wic '1' I I'.l t him lmk to,'.. j!IMI I' ,tIl'". $" "i: Stale of Florida.$2f'n' ,
..emce.'in: the 1 1oa'b. We hare turned lnstrut"u- yrEV.
I '! .,l at the lose of last season HorI I \ftna Insurance t
column and planed mould- I n ting it with American In o 's > Companv I2l. Cook S. G. I'FHRICK. '
, .; ADAceta Bell Throat Tickets via ing tt41 such a motor boat (outer; would l I I.. the kp t i the ha-t' of 'tin t n 1mmin I jfcHn-1 I: $.'i'.': Captain Miller! 11'!'"<>: tin I Ilal for Count 'uf'or. .
: : ,tt;h.hl here this seasonEDITORIAL I I.'ration r" foKin/irn J'a'iar, a Here $1.:IIMI:' : x
Broken stone for Rabble: : J iRVING GORTON.For .
I if? i Co- ,
I tile clue 10 Isea HIIP<" 10 M '.rn i -
% L&N. Wall, crushed rock for .. County ConmlT5lonera:
E. i 1'inblan its real! < A LOVE
r..lgnly in
Sidewalks, and A No. 1
kw. let District-H\RKV RICHARDS c
Bates. .
For I. tarn the iw 1:0\'rnm'111!: "f th i Would '
rot Interest
Apply to Lime always on band. con if you re i Ind District-C. r HAIGHT. t i.
BMsrrattea : "
n__ The Philadelphia Record IDem ) I -..rre\lUnl..I". looking for a guaranteed ralve forj:, 4th District-P.. .'. PECK. '
J. Mi] Fleming. i : "It Is evident that the Repub- I -- sores burns or piles. Otto Dodd. of 5th District-WALTER WALDEN. '

11 I I'ar..r oIel1'a. : 11f i organs have an exceedingly:: poor REWARD I IS HELD Ponder Mo writes: "I m fered with I Ian I For ;Members of .-< .io..i Bond:

.?a r'. FlerMaer'vest.:. Lek.oat.y +k"'t "vat a Offer I A ion of Theodore Roosevelt al-.1id I ugly !sore for a >ear but a box of 1st Distrct: -J. '" ZIGLER.Ind ,lJ 1

:31' Ill biographies and historic* from Sheriff Perry, of St AU lIstne.; may j nurklen's Arnica Save! rured me. It's I, :! District .H S MILLER 1

of 1 1 1 1 tl I 1 I l-l'l'l- fact that they never mention onebia r.I I w be COT piled to resort to a !law 'he best salve on earth :2Gc! at all drug 3rd" District-C. f. YOU NOS, I

.: To ill Friends of Orgulied Libor.I books. They are especially shy Q t to ....-..r.' the reward offend fir tore For Justice of the Peace: '

I mentioning his eulogistic biographythat fie arrest o' Duncan and Staffo-d the 2nd District-E. U HIDDEN.3rd '. r
':. W. respe
upon entering any store to "free trade. Thomas Hart BentonJi I -, GRESSJONAf. TCKBT 4th District- C. W PIERCE. 4j

make a purchase' yon kindly 'r the book in which he says the me- The Alabama authorities ha' f paidr For Pre*ldentl- fleeter: Sth District-TV J. GREEN s

.J uk the clerk to show you his f ,iinlr* and workingmen of Philadelphia T the Joint:; offered by that Sate fort C. F BUFFRM.' For Constable: :

'.... Union Card.. Quarry Co. and other great cities are 'not '.' arrest of Duncan and Sheriff GEO K POA!".SON. ::rd District-DAVID McCCNE.

.'."J LOCAL* to [Abe mentioned in the same breath' > t rthnin of Clay county Is tempora- OEO W. HOLMES 4th Dirtrlct. R. FUNK "

:;. RetaUClerU" International KIamL t. I I. with the lawless and ruffianly cowboys r'b' a'ting': a* trustee for the fund. f % W WF'DELL I Sth Durtrlct-I. H Burton t" l '
j Prd..ect1RQI'Ilt1oa.. It i for the Re. Other claimant for the reward '
; ) MIAMI FLORIDA. of the plians. arc A. 30( CUSHMAN. a4T.
1 | 1 1 1 .. -1-J e.-
J J, .1, I I' 1 .1 -- ....


ir "ti ;l >1.i,$ >1> : .c't''!;ff.l, 1; \."::1. 1J.,1..., ...(.:."t'sue: Kee. eCi"l.t k -Y'lf .,;+,,,t Y: a t% .'t-" }'

s1 M

" PARKER; ANTI DAVIS BY 78. not officially given out by tbl itlonal r ooooo000000oooooa'o0oo000O i iI
It was learned tHU they
I Committee.
O) :

1"'I"!, urea Whlrh Vote Show Nov.How 8th.the StaterXVlll I, are substantially. In addition those to merfcl to !)%e claimIng announced -- I: 0 H STILLEY .\tEA TS, rutLTRYND DEALER IX FOGS. O) I

ife st at 2 for Parker ement .
In tile tabl' Just about to be I issued\ these States tbPebanft' .. Good Del I\ercU Free. A\ I MILLIONsue
by the Natlona-l. Democratic Committeethe from Messrs Nicoll and ..
claim of the "Solid South" Is made. for .the inmmittt-e will give d& hjnins . 00 00000 0000 00
tor Parker and Davis, with West Virginia 'hy '.. bnh ihe) rxpert| to iSV: the
:} Maryland and LK-la..art slunk Stat.> of =N..... \ork. =NV.a JJ'i*:<>', Iniliana .ANN"OUr\TOEMENT.: -

the border Neork.. Ne... JersejMid rnll'....I..III. :Mars 1 la m; \Vest ANNOUNCES THAT MISS Dollars are being spent in private .,
Connecticut are < bum"d in theea \'lrICHua.1."on.l1.. :MontaAjJ,: Colo-
j t >i. Indiana and Wisconsin. among(/; ra.l.t and Nevada, and ftlftuhatorxThfp 1 HANNA PHEBE SHIPPEE. OF BOSTON THE )NOTED SOPRANO AND arid public enterprises in \/
the central State and Idaho. :Mi/ntana. nut.- al'j; ;
"II..ral oft ti lden.r DAILY BETWEEN 3 AND 4 p, M. AND WILL BE PLEASED TO EX-
i- a >: air !
) Co +lo. Netada I"Iah and Miami
: the West This would give; a J barn' 'rrttI. national h..a\flUlpl'\ !! as

total of ':; vole for Parker rod all, a rr>'ili\if the r< ,>orts wliulu. .t ad beenrwVh COLEMAN BUSH.
( :, l
..il\ l the lanoiis Rt. fW j all of :
leave J'j't! for Itoosevelt.\ glV\n; Parktra tnmi The United States
----- --- Government has force Off
-- - large
.. .
h"m.! after | r- iaii-
majbrit! of 78. or 38 more tl an c>oooxx>ooooooooocooooooooorxmoooooooooooooocoooooooo;
i;ii 23':::< nt4itisarj' to elect. The tabl' is a, \ lb'"> In al.I1I'1I' to this. t&ff Carne men working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic i ,

follow: me' ;111)) ni.'itinc, at which jtpr".i i dredge can be heard day and night as it wurks its
dent! Clexclaiid spoke) rive aiIIPd c"iI-
i: FOR PARKER 11\11"10.\ to ih. i>art> manaaerjSFaun The Hudson Bicycle. way out (,f tile famous Biscayne Bay to the great*

A atmnia . . . . . 11 soiines,, <>f informant .I"dl Atlantic. .

:: '" Arkansab . . . . . :' we1-* t 0 l I- treilittil! it ai-.-. '.ft 'J rar"1|
: 4'''''iiaifii.l . . . . . '> i hat litre 11,1 ii HI IT u an:(-? c1. or
'i >. (,.,lIn1'tll'ut. . . . . 7l fund.u. tl.. Ihl.-al| of th"r Satiima1oiiin I> Built to Ride. THF.RK IS NO CITY IN THE SOUTH H\T HAS HALT SO BRIGHT '1 1A

KlorMfl! . . . . '> .>f iiin'ix in velit t" lotiiliKt '\ly.* ;- Best wheel made. YOU \.VO\IER: AT THE RAPID GUOWT'I OF rHIS FAST DEVELOP!'

'I' (...,r;: a' .j. . .". ... 1 I.U.31: "ii l.f4t..r lines to the tfijState 'e and. 1905 mod$45.! 1\1: :; ('I, r\ ? .c
Idaho.* . . . . .. . . w I ii jnet i ,.y..r\ 1 I.':;.,timati' IMMi & a ith- :; .
- 1 luJ'ltIla' .V . .-. . . 1.r ,,it :II'! iiiin. '.''in": and\ ,.n.i'de! ;' t i uw- 1111: T"'I" (IE II.\-? COME: FOR VOC TO INVEST YOUR SAVINGS IN,

Kn.tiuKv. .r* .:-. . . . ULonistBni : 1\.lIt.( -. ',i in nl. ].Hi I a \\ hulwliI cam i\\'i' .-r'i.\T: ; Til.\ f WILL BRING lOt: A HANDSOME: PROFIT.I

.. . . .. . . .
r I. : > I p.t .51' 'n till: I1.. ilt lietall., Sl dni- Throw\\ A\vay\\ Your} r Old Tires.U
Viirxlanl I . . . . 8y' ins' th 1 r.'taa" mi: 1'\0 a..rk-.P, .
}.VlssisSil'i . . . . . 1" I Look at These !
M:-..u in' . . . . . . b i i 111 'u'i ir /i 'In} in .11/.1/ in iKt.' tlu i I
r of Florida. County of oj. '
V .M": j NJuE M'nitatia' :: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : ::4 \ ; n)'. aL I t \1"111" ,' \\i' \ II'', .in./iTius.. I.oi'i. v.l I.tt \\:1: be in a few years the fastlonabie: quarter of Miami from;]

))1;.... Jerse> . . . . . 1JNe To. H. L. Cook: / -- ------...-- > '" "'ii to $111"" 00 each :'sr.:
1 .. York ... . . . . -JNorths Aon are hereby notified tha*K \'III (
f Carolina . . . . 1.' of Iarll.shm'nt has been Issued ftgainst The Hudson Cycle Co. A th" room house noar the renter of the city for $2.000.00. This prop- .

41;,. a .c..->111 t IS'('aro I.IP8 .. . .. . . '.' ) ou and your property| attachejaSt) sat- i I..I'\.' r't --sis of .": lots and has a number o! :bearing fruit trees.

<':"I f:; '. ( .. .. .. . . . 1- ifythe demand of L. P. |$(Ward c .
: /' Our --oora houv and lot $1 SuO.I I)!!
utftfcj 1005 Ullendorff I Bio k Miami i
;;\ T.xa4.-. .. .. ... . . IS amounting to $1.3.80. Now yot: A\ctiuu D. Opp. ; Da. i ;;
i Vtah shall appear before the Ho& A. E. o-YOOOO: .c.C'-oooooooc.QO.:><1t .oocooJCOiJOo 0. 'IQCJ(; Ono r-nioni, houst' and lot $2,30000. 1
y aM Virginia A i '.: : ::::: : : : : :: : : : : : : : : : : : : 1ashington Heyser. Ju-'ge of said courtjjat the ".
'' rriiieninc( ) which rent-d 1' st for $700.00.( for four? |
st hou in Miami on the bt u day of iirn: : year
; \\' .. . . . . . ;> court e
. December. A. D. 1901. judge |t will nonili' 's for sale at $;.II(1.IO..
:. \\'*"t ;Virginia(/; .. .. . . .. 7 J I
\t'1.'rj..S!n .. . .. . . .. 13 I I be rendered aga:net you. ? PR01'ElTYCiTHIN EASY DISTANCE: OF MIAMI.
II Dated the 13th: day of Augur A. D. t
X --I i t
Total I . . .. . . . 277 i 1M4.!) f| yr One :20! .acre orange and grapefruit grove (bearing) for 350000. :.
L. P. Seitatd t ,
ill FOR RO0SEVELT. Sixty acres one-half plantel In citrus fru'U. all bearing. 1
: Robt R. Taylor. PI t1J Uff. '
fi (California . ..- . . . .. 1" Attorney for Plaintiff. 2 \-arre orange and grapefruit groTe.

rs Illinois .. . . . . . 27 t t tSA 50-acrt.s of good ridge land $20.00 per acre.
. . . .. . 13: J. A. DANA.1'J.
lo,'al . ... \'ED HIS LIKK. \h One rt the greatest Investments ever offered which consists of a bearing!
...... ......... . 10 .. st4alY.. ]
IIb St. range and grape fruit grove, pineapples sad tropical fruits. This would
s. Maine .. ... ....... ... .... ...... ... 6 J. W. Davenport. Wlngo. Kj'June &i1'wrttes.
lUanachnsetU ........... ..... .... 161 14, 1902: "I want to tell '+; \ bet make ui Ideal country home. Investigate!

]itchipn ............ .. ...... ..... 14 I lieve Ballard's Snow L1nl'l1e saved I A 42-ncre pinery for $1.50000! .;
at ]Llnu.eota ... ............... ..... Ill my life. I was under the treatment! of -- On Elliott's Key and Key Largo we have property which Is low In pries.

N.DI asks .. ....................... 8 two doctor's, and they told ni,<""one of /\.n nou.n.oen1en.THE : t i but will! greatly increase In value In the very near future 11U

y+{,p New liampsbl .... ... ... .. ... .. 4 my lungs was entirely gl ne.!ahd} the MIAMI CONSERVATORY LF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE: FORM- j ..* tell about It. 'l I
.North Dakota ........ .... .... .... 4 ether badly affected. I also his.:' lumpIn \TION CLASSES IN VOCAL MUSIC BY MISS HANNA PHEBE SHIP- you

Ohio ............ .. ... .. .. .. ..... %3 my side I don't think the\3 could PEE OF BOSTON.
fir? Oregon! ... .... ... .. .. ... .. .... 4 nave Ived over two months I &ger. II j jKU MISS SHIPPEE'S EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER OF SINGING !IN THE SPIERS & MERCIERReal

t. PeoniylTania ...... .... .... .. .. 34 induced by a trend to try fiallard'i ,I PUBLIC SCHOOLS. AS WELL AS IN STUDIO WORK. RENDER HER EM-

Rhode Island .. .. .. .... ... ... 4 Snow Liniment. The first application NENTLY SUCCESSFUL.
Ss Jomth.;Dakota .... .... ..... .. 4 ;av, me great relief; two Jtt! cent ', PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY PROM 3 TO 4 P. M. VOICES TESTED FREE. Estate and Insurance Agents. ; -

>en o at ... ;..... ... .... ... ...... 4 boWea cured me sound and etL It PRIVATE LESSONS. 20.00 PER TERM OF TEN WEEKS TWO LESSONS Box 177. or 1200H Avenue D. ] #

\i6' 'Wyoming . .. . .. ... ... .. 3 is a wonderful) medicine and :it !tecom- 1 WEEKLY. CLASS LESSONS. NOT MORE THAN FOUR PUPILS: I MIAMI. FLORIDA
mend It to suffering hnmsnllyj 25e. I IMe.
Total I. . .. .. .. . .. 1" $1. For sal by Red Cross jPhar- i Director. raf
.' Wtile the ttgnres M given above are nacy I I1 I .I its Ttrdr'SInaL rRANKLIN COLCMAN BU StI. {
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r S i' ONE LOT OF 125. $15(1 AND S2 no Krippendnrf Shoes I UAI1.UOVD l : OVER \1.10,;. WOUTII.5c FOR ':!\:-

a+ i Men's Sultiji (TAILORED SHIRTS, SUCH MAKES ) I! 56 Cents *
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4 I Sf'Hln0.: ;iIAEKS\ FOR -i'
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I 55 cents ?'
Made by Alfred Benjamin & Co I
I "..--1sANI'ORTH' .$1500 $J8.00, Iud $2U' FOR. I 10 Gents Daol1

i $9.55 {t n I L Younj Hats, &r

(5r i4 -_ 1 1 1t11'1' ::\IOIW: LADIKS' t:HOES : % w worth $; and 13.50 aIr
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Jfi II \M: \> OXFORDS. ONE LINE! OFONE at $ i.g5.-
-- LOT OF $II'MI i $12.on. an t $14f l SPITS F'Q72 .b |
I. < AM": I' "" ALL I'ATKM KID
"I.'I.II''rIA.IF'.TI. (." "Nh.f: H. antfj
John Stetson
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4. $5.55 t. Sanc1'Sbhatst
1101.1\.1,1.\ $2.95 .
_ 95c at $.; g5A
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';: '' 5NS: I'ANTS. THAT ARK THF.AHT $J %" aj.I I": ">. 1 THE RKl.f'.XR; :.'H7.V.. m.| SI'l "' I..--r- 11En.... I.v : "" ',\.Vn S.: -,'I) Oxf"I; \ >, (\ \ fCR'$2 l and
y ON S\Li: FOR t I \liN'S IULF-HOSE. IN I ALL THE mms. FOR I\J\\l\' I II 2.o ft-It hatS at i35c.

Y 3 'S"arba.,. .\S<"V SHADES. ON SALE AT .

wm- $1.95 i II s I 3 pars for $1.00 .II': 1.5 e .a s.,:i1" E1.95 s q

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;Undertaker and Embalmer THE UNDERTAKERS 1 1..1 1 tvi ... i- !tus :. i,, I'll-: vu)

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I : 1300 Avenue D ; '> mi-' I Ii t to, 1 1 ht.t i i ''II \I|.or,: :ur
T !1! 413--.12th Street Phone 25 .
7 will l L' rc.i\eii, ) the x'it\ Cj;i',11"I at Si

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THE .\ enlonx "' !IW'Ilt ""In' p.i;: Ir I I" \\. Push. (if .11.uni.3; rl'jls Why are the Bush & Safford Piano : 'n" Ih,- ( 'mini, I il, -cnjins'

MIAMI METROPOLIS. Oho will here wnk. .Ia loath liiM.r-, to do ..'I 1 work' and lot nmh
t DAILY I tram arrive tic tt-rnl I iu ksoiixille ) ( ''''iI"all)' doing the bi-inisN lIe this

.-. I rt he\, win |I". her tempeirarilv! uli"tl'r .".-I t 'on in all material; work to be done und.r
TUESDA, OCTQBER 25;, 104.! ,tC C ''i:! I'lanos'I I tip. tij;>ervision of the Cm Engineer .
Ii" care of Carroll nn'il lW y Mr: and 1 MrI I J K. mutt are 0,< ('U-!

MAIL SCHEDULE-- Ita.1 ,. selected sites and located i' I lug apartment-(' the JemmiM house, \\'.\\TE\J. iltD"lmyI.X; -: TO I aieording to the I'I&uauJ' 'I",-i ni,-a tJley's Kidney Cure c

::11'' on Klevenih: street t between .\Venues lions to l he seen at his office race'1rrd b', fcr ririrt. %4
tike 'I
I 0'' ders Good i position to right
from the North- Fiti Certified check\ for one hundred!
Arrive C and D.
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I man stint have bic>cle\ POINCIANA
tr ;7:00 a. m. will return to this office and rec e I ''ifol'; : KKY. Palm Reach Fla i I! ( $1'KO' ) dollars to acompan each bid

:1:65 p. m. ;'eward F.V., Hi i :Miss Florence Redifer a popular Satisfactory bond in the sum of two ,: TheManufactu'rer

f COM for the>North- : hundred and fifty r tW I') dollars to 1 In1 1
lad of West Beach
young } Palm U the Captain Alex B Sibley. of tils city, given the I'
'i I by successful bIdder. Work
;B:1S B.Jl:15 of and :Mrs E. A. ]
a. guest Jude Heyser.
after three
MrV M Brown president or e I II ( spending at St to be finished within thirty days after -
p. m. and will remain here a month or more Louis Is ')
Fort Dallas National Bank n-tut d now at Ocilla. Ga. where he of
I awarding contract '
$ ---- T-- this morning from a business 0 will remain some time before coming
t e I II Council reserves the right to reject :
I I New York and other ",Irit' d'i Walter Sudlow. British Vic?Consul home.
and I 'Ids
I TOWN TOPICS. 2 I i "'em points. at Jacksonville, in bill capacity as any i JOHN B. RTIU.V.

representative also of the German Government Counts Not
a 'I If some of the broken leaves and President of Council ))3
I and property, came down this
# l This ha been the first qul<-t n tratd dead cocoanut trees around the court- J. Frederick, City EngineerPer :
morning: to rettle up the sale of the
4 calm day on the bay In the pact [ |rc o house square were cut down the appearance E. S. T.
: Apply Boom Hatchett Building. ) stranded German bark Zion and to The cot om machinery U It lr"
weeks, and as a result all of the nsaBagfleets I of that place would be greatly Miami. Oct. 25, mlTHE '
I I effect the sale of the remaining articles wens the expense of prodofltitllL.. t
and others crafts that hare (w n Improved ,
*' removed from the ship by boats and The same argument will apply to .
WANTEX-PMr Mad. A'llwa *
weather bound got a.v>a> thin murdsfjg.
i I I' brought to this port. The sale will BEST DOCTOn.Rer. housekeepers;; buy the "maehteT : -
; .v.. ,- presenting an unusually lively and 1 L ..
Miss In from "
May Worley came
probably be made thin afternoon.The >' to run your kitchen oa tJul y

z 'lesout. 5acksouv In inesg-llke appearance. Miami on h->r way to the metropolislast l I"asl amount of time and lab- 1
W. P. ( of U i B. C. Horton. Sulphur Spring .

i 't the city to-dat on business ', '( ,I government: beacon and buoy night She Is stopping with her Texas writes, July 19th l">Jy: "1 bUt it's t-ocv.uiuy. We make a speeiatM -
Oyster Stew at Hinson House Laurel which Into cousin Dr. &rmYnrley. In New Augustine of kitchen
.- I, tender came port used In my family Ballatt1' Snow Linl furnishings and Witt
-- lInru Sunday to repair and replace the buoys .-8t. Augustine: Record I lie pleased to supply waste
? FOR SALE=One good family horse ment and Horehound Syrup and they your

and mbber-tired{ carriage Price for The' remains of Hal S. Ferris Alto 1 and beacons damaged! by the utorm In have proved certainly satl..fact ry. Th. alone this, "line Our prices are the .'
t q Mr Claude Edge, manager of the
; both $100. Address "C" care Metrop- died at Larkin !Saturday' nipM 'Io'I I the lover bay put out a new' bill buoy j I liniment is the best we have ever used .
I establishmentTnd .
Eau Gallie cooperate\ '
: beacon No.t which
and toned back i i
3t Oregon 1 for hcadai-h and The
obis Miami not shipped to Dajton as'Was: united lu paius cougl .
Vlss .1 lassie (ioo.w're\
I drifted 1 of hack Its
cut place to
announced Lut were given tf'fu.or&t syrup has: teen our doctor for Ute last
I I' marriage at the home of the I bride !Inl'll TinRACKET :
f J. T. ftoffofd and daughter of Hallandale int.'i me nt here \ e-te-dar afternoon ,by 'I I' right place and reanchored! it. and thenreturnei : \ >ourne Sunday afternoon.ne ::.:d 4M years" .ic. fi"c." $1.0Sold, bj
M I ndertaker King though it I. the Intention to Keeht. though ; Red Cross Pharmacy STORE.
are aiaioug the promlnnit vi-.i and .... beacon Instant b>' Rev J, B. Haw k. pastor of
xf later
return erect an. on .
t. take the N>dy th r al! An --- .
tors in the city todsgy the wreck off nick the Methodist church They tome direct \ I.u. !' "I'' I'11' !t.I.K It S<|<|
early date I Ope Florida w was 1'1'1.! ., t HILLS AND 1 rfVER.V I- M "--.i t1. l.r..I..d"' ..
,icompletely demolished I IP,) the blow I to Miami where they will! make'their
Rev GV Hall returned home last future home
FlIjI.K: FI\.HO ( lIr"-'J I N ,.. ., 1 lev 1 I"r Texas. g3
night from Georgia, where he has been Set ,un., _fr", I R- nthln! t .. l jo, 'uA The San Carlns Hotel IUR."lul1..r .. .t. :. "- III. r ho! .1.:"- and :

;;; visiting relatives and friends for the t're.s putt .;:.1. ..."u.,1. 'Ia i1. (propn( <.tur. s ire'h has umli'rson extensive Cl'RKS CHILLS AM:" FEVER r t h,"r :' tee :; .11 lie n 1,1 -J.? find

f>a>t several months. _. rejairs. during tie past nmmer .. 'h. that: wan .1 10,1| | er t'i' he Take time Big Boat. .

\; I Vlcli < ,a d I "i"itricte, ''r. y.tQrt; and bj which -<.>, ral lane and 1 comnod'ons ,
Wnrl.al'ool:" 'I"I H. Texassa II I I I. rnt His: wife v> :!Ii; Lot kp
} 1 have a few:;' Real Bargains for th- i..i. ..... : .10"'> t t.u. ...:J thn! ''a, .n4 for: roons have been a hae chills N | :il't It ref eli. titu; :' 0
ill s: Ills t.Ituulil.r nfever
and )
Homef both city coun'ry.C. the new "a'-- main on Twelfth with Improve( ments to the dinn s rootn
tr U 1 hr t ;."c old I'\ !HO'II Cru ?
three !h could n.
C. Cnrroll the Homeseeker's Agent, \\n' Iron. \ MM"' !E to the riser It.(tit was thrown o|>en to the public this years: ..
find till II : that would )help her the : h 'V The CL Y1H: wi'l,! make reulTr: 'T1p
1 Second IJ
between any
ZH Avenue D. .
office ne I lions, wer" made' with the .. ,,r morninE The San Carlos! has always .
atJ.eta. used Herbme His, vile will ne !Is I to the Reji! 'h. leaving, the Sites 1f
and Tb,rd Hvi. new" Ire Indrants. tine e.a. h :., (I.e IK...u one of the most (popular of :Miami! .
r a -. keep! house without !t. af1<' cannot R..- ..3IZ' JC\V'JC:' loa n ct 2 >wt i p m lauding, at the new x -
ill'.r..I.n'' of '\\enues K. <; lS{ (. hotels, and the indications are that its "s
Captain James Pine ac-rompauied by : too much for It. 50c. Sold' bj Red ferry dock just north o' the J tU.m,
and .1. "I" success this season will be as treat. If \ BUSINESS LOCALS.
x his family got away this morning I In t* Cross Pharmacy u In re ever) fo-llltv! is frrnished, for
I !! out greater: than that which has fol-
the yacht Orison for New Sm; >rna. ; o wX\i[ good bathing. and 1 the Bench belB. ea- .
I .1 Aueiistu-e. Hoke representii. g y t4 lowed It In the past
m where he will meet Captain W H.1 I tirely cut off by the tRlnln wall from x
; International ('nrt poneeue| .ch' nl Headquarters fancy groceries, fruit
Gregg. her owner and a ;catty of -C. at Wilson Flye'a. 7 the treacherous current from Nerds
t I ml Sc ranton I'll. is in the en I tb A The steamer Iart Inlqu.'irh arrived WOULD YOU SPEND
friends abyut; the first of th month t" '- Cut Inlet t. there ''s none of that unders'
} r ", !hew days! o.i 'lUMiie a. Mr Ilj... :' .. In port yesterday afternoon from It your sewing machine out of order?
? and return here which make. sea bat.'tng ao 4aaerous -
,a In Miami form..rlIIId ban maily'' Key West reached tee bar about 10' ONE DOLLAR TO MAKE TEN ? Let W. L. Daughtry repair IL He ;; \

r.r' RENT. at Cora! friends h-re. whei are (Flail to see btn. o'i lack\ In the morning but for h's' own knows how. 1005 Avenue D.
FOR -My cottage
I No channels to follow gHn over; B*
I nd are eont-ratulailng the >n convenience-! safety of the ship. : The time has passed when the mere e
', Crags" on the bay In the Bricked hammock MIAMI CONSERVATORY OF MU- long walk after vou set thee, ...4IJ
d{ Furnished or unfurnished Address !I ;people. IIINIII, having seeiiri-el -uity| a Captain Dillon remained In the lowerbay I!I announcement of a hue of Kcxxla will SIC. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH

h, 'u i-tl'nj" rep-eM-ntative. for several! hours erecting! all tem- 'sell them To be successful to-da\, I
1m Mrs Margaret; Arnold Groom I .AtI i porar 'beacons and posts damaged: bv the newspaper advertisemctr; must

I 'aptain" lames Ixiwe eif K*.\ \il.! t I the storm that he can morn easily stimulate I cunos.u; rouse intipst in LOAN
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Mr and 1 Mk,. T G Houser. of San who has decided! to make M aiiii; Sisfiltute ; 1 get 10 and! from port. He believes via' the goods themsehes, and mi )Mentally County Security CoM. V. Drown. 01 ROIM II) TRIP.

Mateo. armed in thclt> last ni.ht! ho:ne and, who 1 is I In, i,(f.J B he found the old 1 wreck on w men stood' lit the store that sells them 1{. B. Shaw 432 Twelfth stieet.

and will make !this city their future comfortable; two-ston r"--!.)on"> ,Pry what t ts known at the" Cape Florida The adrtism, columns if they till ,i-

} home Mrs I;ou""r is th'. dan--hter eif "of at the i'..r'" r of \ \'f1n" t' ant; Nirfthstreet 1 I beacon. and which was totally destroved a story tit a progressive nll'\I up.to-date Needles for all kinds of sewng machines -

5 Rev and Mn( \\. f;. Stanton a'id she w'a< a pa-''"''''r "., iifkr A temporary beacon was erected.there I usiness, must lie 011< tee. .ate Ini at W. L. Daughtry's 1005 Avenue TAKE\ TilE BIG BOAT. .

-t and her husl I 1\111 wi'l! IN- ,..i.I'> wl. Martiniquee I ,terda\ uni Je I and,0'.1" can now navigate! patty, and inn\ restnAdvertising .: D

(= romed as residents of MiamI. turnlng from a bu-ii t ess trip to i i f'e the channel with all safety like evi'r) thini, Ice that '

Island City J iIt t ;'4 .nt..its your /liii.,nns-, 'ii'it hay>' "prop- Ct..;....

Ox-Tait Soup at Hlnson Hous- Tuet- g I Mr C. H\ Bradley. who went 10 K'v' or att.ntlun, in\ ureIrn.: min' it pat

day. luck Is with them Con.modftr, West with Mr W H McDonald, I-Uli'.r- 'Proper alte-itlon" means" ttm? ';,ig'-t; nt (i ,

inel! Mrs llciLlie-s win have thhofrbr/ Intendent of the local Wester, T'nion and systematic' conduit, of voi I ,i ,Her Youngs Pharmacy

Mr Charley; .\. Muller, Km eif I'ro eif .al'lnril1Ihp first kingfish\ of': the telegraph office for the .purl'''- of en.gaging i:MII;:: U means\ 'an'til -til." > "f all

prietor Muller,:of the San Carlo Hotel. s-asem lei"din a- they went jut 1ah r, I the tue:; George!; \\ Child: all"' the i Ion.ltttnr. 'ind.r! Nhii", ou
x who has been located in Savannah, for ornmi!: in 'ie. Clara to try their iuk i! schooner to come here and reiiilr Hie, \ It 1\11'111- wTi'inc v fiif .
F some time has resigned his i Position in this line "i.I g. net ally! cortsideifSel! : break In the KI'Y'st and HivaiM! nil adprti."mpnl-. A ,...'"I'ct] : <. .Illel ".ITl IlllU ,i''kl Il..1I..>e..' \\'e.. \liUV OUT IrilJJH ill ''

there and returned to Miami where he ten early for these fish. but the C.i, I cable outside of Fowev Rock light Hate you sufl'c'lent time to ,d. 'iI'" -'ii.ill e|1UlIIt;,., lIo.ft.U.! -<. "c tan .mis .. t- hl\t'them frrik and 'p4tir.

rti will reside in ;the future assi-tlng bisfa.her menlore believe-s they are already' t1 and who have been there at wcjiksince to ih: .' 'am )ou pick ou' tin' point, i tier t'nst"tne.'r- :':t.t the Ix..IK:ti t ..f( tIittd i arc a I ways, satisfied y'.

1.1 ,the pianagemenl of tt'.., hotel the fishinj grounds and can be ;.anfll 1 1. last Sunday. came up to th" r"; ..I'1 !profitable: pii'd'i': '! !itV
iirav ttk $t1tC9t h'in's ana
the coming season.Fish yesterday afternoon on the Meani" Let me pre i-e Our aI\'rU''m''III-. tEancg F

The \ketch-rigged jafht Pro.lp a. I Martinique which he boarded 1 a--- she o that the iortlie> have to tell 1r. i trated 1-

r Cliowc'erat HJnson House 1'ridai ,.wned hv Mr KV. tTie.sebr3i.htlfSew ( was coming in from the island! (It ....- aura tv..:'v. e-it.'rt-i.,.ine'ia.ill : : .rO3cn g"intics : : :

York. Ahich has been h'"i* ) in Mr Bradley reports that one of tV : .\ mi;"moil-: 'intiresi .1'10 i j; lo ,ill \\ ho, .-/ _. 4

The tug "Kkmdtke\ towel 1 tie Koss the yard of the Miami Boat Work ill troubles in the cable has tn foil't read at UK s.sta t..unt.iiii :-1"1; t.d: ;rr.in s and ,''arl..t: Saturday txF a

'a rock\ crusher \\a the other sid.- of the summer was launched! yesterday sr rj| and repaired 1. but that there is inoi1 r Let me put your' pu't''' 'Ittin! Plain'!) .1 [turn. 'ii. and! ,.\tII'U-' ; '. ur patronage and wit; to.1i

t&t the murubis. g. where sh- s.1 1 beim niMen and will at once be provisioned upiKjoed to IH a short distaniv out '" .-.id persuasiveh tietore' the pi'hlic I \\'.ty- oniK.i\i t.. _no Ih.. : ., ": '" the "est in our line. -

rutting/ up I th* rock\ out of Me new-" .1 i mad- ready for the arrival oflh..f ea exists, and which il ii exi (1t'.1.. I an not only save but; .1 I cai: niakinnnev .
,1' ship channel Jto a depth of swam' 'W IM'r and Ine't N about the first, 0' '1 e located and lepaired to-day M" for you Personal Attention *"," D- '... O-iw-4 Scrth .< tm\ Ours

ii_* f'< t The work will be"- eon,mencedj the month rhea, aba will leave for ii McDonald is still al-oanl. the 'i; a. I CLMTON R. PElhKKIllADMKTIMX. grvenlo all prescriptions1; E. VOlCS.; : : : PROP.! ": -i'
-. tW afternoon or early to-raorof1 ,", cruise to the \i cat Coast and ah far a. .Mil remain until the repairs hose !h" '.iI .VC.tM.

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\ THE FREIGHT FIGICT I I.V John H. Stephens, formerly eommer- '| [

THE COLORED PEOPLE I'I I Was Cut to *it I | chat and Immigration agent of the old !I t W"p S. 6okM.

Plant System, who Is business manager Dade Abstract Go 4zxooa
HER: AND ELSEWHERE H The Savannah News takes the Georgia ; County
s e That Suited jt.m i Kailraod[ Commission to task for i for :Mr Tb
< ___ I its non-interest In reducing freight is worth a million dollars. He'is
and as a result we | I n..'"- negetiating with the Great : 'spa .&'T'zc:
rates and offering encouragement: to i
Mr rUuij Durum is stillvr,, ill noworkinjj I the shipping and bent inter" of the'state Northern ani I other Canadian roads Joshes Ill 1xhw.Jr. ;

Wn ill fur The :Seas; take th" ; of the :| for the sale ..f thf right In that councr f I-:WI-LI.: Bl'ILIHII.UII.: : FLA.
Mr bedbrlirr. who lia" MEN TAILORS I Iin \-1',,, .
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Klorula! ('''lI1ml ,11J11 as the basf of Its I Iaiiaik > A new and larger mode] win be
rk" I Is and out uxaiute '
+ up
t wvfrra ahead! made of tin ..\\ III h. and.wh) e n thlil
order to keep pf on I HIP Georgia board and Fumi,htj.s accurate acid 'mpld.b-
done Caplain| Stephens win ,placeit
R..v K. J Tax lor w il: l.*itOmoia. > for our ordt rs. All this has a'lIIOIioth'r things says: before -tract nr varclie of Title to any
and'est The Railroad (" "lIIIIIS IOII of Geor-1 I prominent miuMfacturers of land in iminty. We own cumpletc "
1I..rll.1.1 I-lra.i
.Es b ;.. been brought about Uy) gut mght.do.11: to glance O'er into railroail apuliam ep in thi- imintry Abstract U.\\" ..f aTT the laud Ke .
lu-ail 111,1.Rat '
3-1t- Palm inn rue the satisfaction;ch follows KUir.'la andee! what the Kailroadromtnisinn with a view tu putting it on trio market S. L Pattm a. cordof Made County : : : : : : : r t
t t'a ; I I IC II Sec oust Trn
(.f that State has dune\ for (
Mill, the tells are rinKUip.' ands \vork. .
our Pate .
tu- ails'Ien )I" obtained thiKher _
mi to.
I the Klorula port: The Florida C'oiu- --
hun h It. Its, either Thtart >>
' they are not <
intenti-ii:* and l etween it,. lui-l-i{ w
I : iiiii-Mnn hits )tact won tt> fight before <

t i marriage; hello- I 4 f the :Slate tiulerellte'ourt, which H in I jstituted j ne-s sagactf.! of ('alet-tin Stejiu us anI-;'

the griiiunf: Mr Thur-ton fur
. -rya Tbanksg.ing Oai. i is aiin.aihni|'| |! owe lime ago for the pur- i s-ia-i-ss
z fur ksonvi'.le:: acid'ernandna them 1- aft.'ady "assured.la! + :...n'I II..
I ;t Rbathalf we. hafur amt-"iiinty' \Ve make Pants to'purmeasure ,)puce- of :securing certain phosphate rock |I Sun. F. W. HAHNf =

Some one 1t:1I.t.: I
4 from Ireights that a ale' being shipped
The ."Tofn; Thumb a >-ddtng" <>a- reported :, U.i ihroiiph the ,purls of othertat, .-. \Inn-I, TESTIMONY OK A :\'I:\!STER.l Architect and Builder

a- being: a fmannal Mir* ...>... ". P ipally! Saxannah: The FInn In: I ,
I IlI..v
C nl-Kioit made HI> order requiring.. ; I'
otherwisef .
$4.50 l
oil Jr. S Cox
as ofViuke'.
Ark .
I In.
liaxe in my cinpiov! : mie of the l Io..t ti
;. railroad to ( hall:" the saint Lite ,peririie
-- 'i writes. "For t\\ph| \rars I sufferer draft-man in the >iith. and am better
th. ilitt! 'rent s i iriiunhes ,; to non la portthat Ihe; > harite
The rowiinRaf than for :'
1 1I prepared ever fiiruUIiiiijf:: pianand -
from Yellow!
jaitndce I ro-iMilted
Su .
and Catchy in Savannah; The railroads resisted t t
were nut MU a.,11!! attainted a* a I detailtor! good bui.tilllin.: ::; .: caln-

i n,,nal. oviin to the. thte-aumng; ...ea-j! I low as '/00( the .order and the race xtnt to the Stiir number of phys-clm* each tr.ed al I net work. etc. 1 am now heail.iiarterfor | -

.1I"r and tl"! > ranIta as | >'iiie' (Court uhiih has de<-i'! < d I t that I l.-nrts of medicines but I'.r no relief turned workcroli -awiu;: and aliwork ; sat

i : the uommiv-K: n', order j is not uureaoi.alue lI'ualJd. ,,"\: in a KIKST V.L.VSplaniny s
t- Then I began the use of Electric Dlt.I
vestry }:piseopals and IIU..t stand.1'hosphatf ;: iiiill.
> of Si Allies; $22,0 ro k y-liipmenu1. from | teis and feel that I am no'ur..d of t I

chare h baS its regular; moi.llilj: meHinx .' Send me order for doors and win-
Ttij h Lu..ln.as. : Florida. hate lieeii coming to anlI 'I"a,1' Hint had me In Its grasp for your
last ht and inu
lit !:
c1iFJ'f'n pith! I through Savannah became of this I I" el\e xeart." If you want a rellaMe dow frames ballusters, brackets etc. 1

t Mrs. R. A. 1'owers ih runduc'tng thelilitaie : Guarantee; our work m ise The totton business of Savannah Irullhhslomsch disorder oi genera,'
lnrmerlr1tonducted : coniinam'.s! a large; fleet of ocean
( school \\ hih was hack the moneon paid't .
debility set Electric Bitters. It's
!br Mrs. Wade and herself. i ;({ s-teamcrs. These vessel 18!.-* phr'.v- guaranteed ---

hate rock B-t low rates became I UIHa'his by all druggists. Only 50c. i
wide >ointmrnl WORLW i I
as Mrs. ha accepted an ai>j J. A.
xF al rk..nl C.; I If I....... aliaol:: AuuUa-r rtuxou .
< I, Next to First National kink ':'is that the Florida phosphate industry The :Norfolk I-andmar. Oem ) says: i j I

]Ir. Rufiis Brown and Miss Cecilia 1 iis largely; controlled by Savannah[ cap-
"It all
comes right down to the ba-1
-Raaders were united in marriage last : Hal! The ocean freight; rates in phosphate 500 Md SOl Twelfth Strtwt.KINDS .
-- -- sal proposition that this
g'': night at the home of Mr. and Mm Ere, and must necessarily be. government I _

John Sanders, on. Fifth\ street by Rev. Magic City|; higher at Florida ports than at Savannah is being run; chiefly for the b.-neflt of I! ALL CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS. F r

_ Fitkens. for the reason given above; yet special| Interests and only secondarily

4gyt.1 Drug Stc |'e. the Florida ( ommlsslon has made an for the benefit of the people in gen- SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. #

the third effort to place embargo on Savannah -
announcing an
Cards are out JLa
>._ eral. If the voters are satisfied with
Birthday of little Florida M' Kensie. > : shipments: for the benefit of its HORSES BOARDED CLIPPED AND CARED FOR.
: that sta-te of affaire they will return
.; tax oldestchlld of Mr. and Mrs. W. G.MeKenzlrv. J.A. BUTLER, M. home ports. GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION. ry

'4i at 708 Second street for Proprietor.Drags. As a matter of fact. Florida has always Mr. Roosevelt the partnership between 4 .

Satarday afternoon at 3 o'clock. had a keen eye to the interests the government and the monopolists -
E. T: CLYATT. Proprietor. ;.
( t Patent MelicinesArtides .! oilet of her ports. Years ago the State will (continue and the average ,

Mr. J. !1. Dingle! our worthy towns- Sunlries. Perftf 1 ry would not permit her railroads connect citizen will go on paying tho trust

IDU. ,\tatted West Palm Beach yesterday ., with the railroads of Georgia,
: all tribute. If thp. are not satisfied
on business and returned last > StationeryOnly ) t though the laying of forty miles of

2'r' Biptit He reports things being a lit Drug Store In ColorwtTown' track would have made the connection; with this state of affairs If they want GEO. H. MEYERS
i CBK. ATX O AJTD dens BT tT.'g :t new deal with the idea of having .,
the ,
tie dull around. the Beach. .-* thus only way outsiders could get _
the government run for the general ; 1
43- { 1 into Florida was by vessel through one '
die of the week over southern tltsd cen- benefit Instead of for special favorites : .
y Rev. B. ;T. Goodwin, of Lemon City. of (Ih" ports. Contracting
'tral did much dame; VO Ih.'utpf" will: Hl'n'lIr: Roosevelt! and Electrician
portions veg- ;
the treasurer of the F.a..t Coat Ilapti Hut it i is not our purpose to criticiseanything

) \ 4 Association was ,In the < ily >es- I|'I stables on low lands. Some l pjgfanplesI that Florida does or may do his asi--'ants back to private life.; As''' :t -
; : I and fruits also sufferedVfll dome '! Mr Shepard declares (he Roosevel-1 Launch Supplies, -
Rev of referto
v' terday and called In fo bee ui I' for the l benefit( her ports.Ve
Batteries. Spark Coils. Etc. -
k',., Goodwin )1& one of those. hiph: churrhmeu i xti-nt. fM. I the matter chiefly by way of point Lan administration offers very at-

I and feroad-hearted Christians. The greatest force of the t>5fem aaa'' ing out an object lesson to the Georgia tractive sp.i tkcdlar ff-atnrej. bull I 1113 Avnue C Miami. Florida. Write for prices

,, I ifll from :Miami nnr.hvsanl | fig the I II \ Railroad Commission. In tie hole nothing less. Ho the American people. I

)d r. Sawyer, of Cocoanut Grove and I Aiiantic; conpt to Brevard cfi l4ty. Ai! that when it sees what another Railroad I inenn to revs content with a .overn-j i, -o11

Jim Emma Symonett. ..f this city \instead iiiur.lH'r of house-i were blldown Commission! 1 Is doing for the |ports I ment otx>rated on I the .prirclple! of Harmini' ,

of marrying; to-nlih! aiwax ro>- it 'I; Iohll'pm1I1Tr.f treat d iuge.rRRSOXAl I "r it> S.ati' our commis-ion ,beonvlralnH circus. The adniini.-trai.on evl-' .-.--. -.-.-.- -+-.-.--.--.- -. . .
marri'il last trtnh*. \\ <> are In- : I dewily thinks. pot but it !il.id next'' -
port((. : i>> I lopk out for th' Interenis may Corner A\enu; B ani llth Street. ,r

;i formed. J{>'\.. Cameron pout In :\18\T1ii of Savannah. Hnm-'w-lck. DarJen 'I month that the,opinion is wrot.g" t
charge of St AKn'1" EpiseuPal: church. and St !.Iar).... and that it may iy- i' I II 'I
I' NOTICE FUR !' G. A. MULL R. Propnetor.
officiatetl.4TUketsor I \TH\-John S., and MGen- merolier that these, ports are I arts of PUBLICATION.

-- .!> hu,liand and wife, quar .iI over the State of Georgia: and I no longerlalnir i ._
the ihlTiTent prei inrls in S 1useph 1 Department of the Interior Land Offlce kt
I. >>laeiijuentioii ; under tie: impression that Allan

the countf tli.i! tl. > tau+:> .prn :u-c them "10. just lM>fore the war. I "nliated Ia1 i 1Ilw onv: city thai comeii'iiler' I at Gainesville Fla September 19, I

i;t ," were'Ht-nt'ont C' today. by til- ", ./llnUdll 1.1 Confederate army, "h':- enl toI I its i ae.SAVES. I 1904. SAN CARLOSrOKWRlY I' l

+! and setretary of the nunt> i\iiin.\- 'abfornia anJ in 1S74 obtathf 4j! a dire Notice Is hereby given that the following -

j-t:, Cominitle'2. They -hou'il Imv been <. The ether day thee-':-net bit I TWO FROM: DEATH i 1 named settler has filed noticeof I

Y pone a week. a;.;o, but Ih.'r..' ill- haute on a f..rrLoat on Sai ftancl- hi'* intention to make final proof In
open aO the year al 2.50pfr day and upSiH
layed owing to come misiinderi-landint: u !I1..7 and on Septembetf W. they "Our little daughter hat an almost support of his claim and that sa'd' The .
?ial" \\T week t-i t iimmiTt.i.il
al i wire re-married. Both art &\'er 70 fatal attack of hooplns tough and !proof will be made before John B. m.-n. L"'oIr'' V M I'LL R<*>'\Io i
We wish to call attention again! to run nom t '5.
) ears old. f 111.$. bronchitis," writes :Mrs.v. K. Havi- Rellly United States Commissioner :I- Post like B .;6M. till.... there.
the oe-rttiiily of or-iani/UiK an I'ntancl- __ 5: land of Armonk. NY., "hut when all at his office. In Miami. Fla., on October t

patron PrjK-liniatiun Axxoi-iatio, in lhrlty. <> WIM.UM-Emperor: WliltS.u.] : has other! remedies failtil, 1 we saved her life: 29 19'14 viz.. Otto Stellrecht. of Key .-. . I I I-I I I -. . . .

Ar *.. !lets gratoful Cur our ; I-arpo. Fla.. H. E. No. 277 for the -
Bated] LieuG II.011 I'"r..ldt.. with Dr. King's New Discovery< Our 9. .

,i freedom Bum either rarer nr 'V-n. cur 'of Hi. "Iaj..st> '.. military teta i and imI niece, who had consumption in an ad- H of nw'i. eec ::1 G>. t50 s. r. 40... He -r r

xd= rate In dther cote,' Surely a. an* I l-crial Adjntiiit 0neralio \'trilNchmet- vani-i d staie.< also 'used this! wondcrfu* names the foltowlnc: witnesses to prove

Dot I>*tiu, t.rgattit ... to r..r'.III. him at thrf 1.-;''etliug mi-ilmne and today she Is perfectl: hits continuousypsidence: upon and cultl'ation ,

law i of III' atuti'' of Fred"rlekFF-e| Great well! DesptTate<<; throat ai.fl lung oil, of said \land, viz Joseph A. kinds of Stuff
Min B rh.i: H Kly. of Iiwrlii' Id. ha Many
.it \\ a-liiiiLt' :X been aj JII| 9iiiti.. .l '" the xhi-il 'I Palm
'aM"d are d'TenilantH of '!i> era of err*. as to tan e'tt'r! nid.ue! on earth finder of Key Largo. Fla.: J. P. Col- are called '
,,, ,
B<>. .h. .Mr .\."r-II I""u..n' v ": 'rInt'nI"D
Kruleriil. ih- Crent; I arriv I It fallible! for coughs ant culls 5'K ton of Key Lrro. Fla.: Redlth Finder -
or Et'atiat: .r'J'" t.terdar "
in :New lurk on th' Th..fl ", :( a',1 il f "i, tiotties Kiiarai't-od By .u. of Miami. Fla. Stable Manures '
.. e-ry'nc: the' dle.meritCe ;
alu'ttu': I li. dril.tiiMS. Trial holt:.-" free W. G. ROBINSON: RejrlBter.
\ /rm Jatnlate II" ,iiiplf' if (I'ainia'.ie I
-- s't.RE !) ulc Count Farmerss
>rF ka- h atilnin alol,' tu tl.. ,r i. "I.ua..h..r i.wa ;
.y \' ': \ Soiiih-rn editi.. .printed \\ H' TrT-ioi! or Jad.st-.lllf. I-
r 4 :Shit1h:j 'ri ha n.tiini I !> NOTIt E.
; in arrieen I : which he dectt.t"1| that .1:1: II:' u'r 1 Io> IIi" wlutlesale i'f rail and Truckers
nl1 i ln I'ai:.ri'h"'h
\ 1I'r.|: ntr\ has hen\ and: ptY'r will lujil, .mil. ij'hrr applianceoAn auto
o :Notice is I.. relv i-iy-n that after the
e I I.. 'I 'Ki|>u'iir' .IN n.-ion rnniliflponer) itiHtu: stet! } i.iilniifl.witeh.. i 'aM' Sure Need the Best f
I>r J i\ Hlll'.er.: 1 pr. ,ni'to' (0( rhAlasrie 11-our''i8: vote of its
., lill' nn\itl! ttr'are thj|. .pre-ent etc. .'"I an tni|>rit>il oulelctg| fur I
Clty I .r".1.'. lea' III "nice '
oiiiiiiifshiner nf p 'n-honv. lyStille t the -'I.' ":" and dir pikeheta...'n i.tiv, al-.. Miter ;kholdcnafter/ c'ut'utury notice, ..
-- -- -
row on Jthe steaa: r Martinique torKey -
; !! -I riminalini jminialtst a **)*!.-' of atr' )- .1:1,:, in-lantaiii, (fir.. plug 8'",,' hn tR Wet herehill be niarri.dHe ; Composted and Well Rotted
'Y ;71w "horlhil. '. taunt rnnclu'iIug. wiuij.tl.i!* remark 10.,1:1.| : >: a: all iii,fTtfun, of Mr :Mortgage and (Hiaraiitee Compatiy. of'!'
i n-lil } awannly a "Your. 1e1....f !j. soj |ji irately TI, ir'-son The a'n t'' rallrnaU. >.wltili.!t Governor It can only IK had in one way. Address Box 135. Miami
"' heu he wll! return m.d( a Brand, rei Miami will ii-pi'ly; to the ol i
) u ye-l| thai alongside of it ajJWJisnl ta- t'i. .. ho hi !i .it I .1" ionv ha-- ; E. w. G'4-RAVEf3
r7}' tej'tion till 'a"' hiteti; i I l-v I the good I. 11- .. Florida. to amend articles I I. 3, and 7''
the i is a Bleep and perilous Stwillvlty. already 1 been i :1. i- the must I im- .
.\ ell time i- antniiatel '
of s" '
: ple -lt. --- '
.y -
"( of its charter to read i a? follows: ------- --- -- "--=
i urtaiil of1t i in' -in.intentions
j ; | '1h" lut'h.r arsee'iu tliatl < FI"EHTII.F' : FItiiiln) il huh lair l \niini"i| |' : rn'riuj-,: Article 1. The nan>e of this' arpoeeration : CALL ON HUGHES; & CO., ,
ki n !ilr.iKitrto Sabi be l loll nit ''hai wouldiippi : t! (; '
111IU this coi. T 1101! almtaii; This shall be the 'ack-onville Mortgage }
cause: I aho ; i-ita.-s! iT.i.r( :SewVliith" Will Il1t"r,' I--r\\. ; pr; Who handle the Miami Dade.
i s\\ its h i.- so i "-t rite te-el that; ann- and Guaranty Company wlthi':
,4 Z. -- 8'nl, ShiiH-r| | > TheaeTC.IG ;
,...,.,, Kini-er .,lIln: !! iii, i ale' will he able Jacksonville. Fla. as its place of burin \ -
Taw OJmrt' ?' i'-> .e'.ea' l.i IH-IM"
-an .plani'T are ru-hl In the ti> i lose or Ujh"; 'h. oif:, ,\(': which es.. i irtule !
+; to-nay! uhl"l'"irn"il, 111 r"-r'ee I. fl"!
( late e' p..1. ni tli- -."ith, ..nl part nfglp; Slate. IP-' train' l- ,>a u. 'e ::1.1' ?'iiinni| | \ ': The amour t of Its capital
H 'I. ot
t inenior) 1 I 'e -"I'| i .1.
Jat'i.init., a- we'l a>. "Klnrlra "Plll'Iilll \\ h, i II..' tai .. -dirt" n the -IKI ; -hrll le f.-n.i imiHi, c'lvi.i-d l into shares I I'if
the A.I l .il /\"ii\ t her' !i lit uroami
( tK ,. '' IIHI ni'i'n immature' ftrit tau tl.eie 'i I 'iii- -. :. -i-ri, ells :*.i.--i 1' ;r J'IKI' Fach to '- i':>;i'i 1 for in ca"h.iro America's Most Perfect
aho'e rglt.-' dot" 1 lit \I nit yb 'a' 1P Wheel.
t nirki"; It injure 'thefc! e. u! rip- 'run n imiin .! i n' .. at cult p-TiJ \ tiled how ere r. tl 34 si.an: 8 of Flockirai
whoa \pn .11 heel! w !I..fi 1"d' Tlie:
1'cC' ,, 'I nut' later on. and '- a tyy& mmi' e ,"? : l oW': a '-II n.,e-i 1 Mi'irt.: mii I.,' eneai-'eil !bv Us members for
k mo'1011 ia> i' ><' !10. oi"1 ( tl: oMMnaemheri :
} The
Lcr 11 "'L '. 11"11' h. I a. i- -tan.in g tae I IIP hase ann fnlure, i is c.I" and i delivery :IR.aeye 1 '
) ur" 'I-anca-'er leat..1 mliut't -
t 'Ar wire in: le liv other tn. 11''..-r.. In Kradforil 'en aty K>ra\\}jrr> pai.t-! n .p.... ha< I t" .If | a ;danger '. regular drpoKlts\ thereon

| ire i-s almost over and uUjthi. to the cc J'j' '.. if. it* '. : I'lId..r ,'.1' ies,onlO- Article 7 The alt nl of liability! : shall Differs from the Pushes
y and by lU'ilt.'a'I'. Presutnic'Is' bicycle. : (rnti'-fttnl'th
'la-xorahle Heather the ).|arit' UK |,HIKnf '' ai'd is win .1 II' a 1 \ r f*ono the hot! exceed the arro'int of capital pad

diepatth2 to the Cliarlekion pht.rve > flee tll."h.'atlllin 3 jUi'1 loiii -- }I le or Hi** "', I.. !i>... 'h' iwltchii'tt 1 in. or money received or collected by easier, and is (propelled the same way. e '

m f CROP CONDITIONS. 'pouth.' there I Is a'r> 1 lartl' reate i.*>t .lIt.I. any the tr.iin bv the compaiiv The )less the friction the easier the
-,4 ; lit out p tan th. niaMi On the \\ tnPllf' my hand and seal :hhj 15th ,

: +k Much rJamac R..por.t| as the Result 1 Tli" fall! crop of pincappleA: about! other. ; hi I I"i 11' engine r wants to I day of !?' eptemlw .l'' \4 !I I The Racycle has less frirrion on its (Crank Bearings

k has .been rke .ill nfi- he | (San!) FRED: F BRIGGS.
| ', the Storm. I enn Just nv :>d at -i' t4'.I j 'I'' ? train tan r

?c-4 The Weather... 5ireau: at Ja ,. uuvilleInralshefc I I -ry satisfactory prices TflSd ..pa.<"n' i to\\' dc.. n and ol>en the switdi with-! | P..I1If'Dthaml: Mortgage and Guarantee : .: than any other bicycle.Plumbbizag: .

the io..j. ing weekly report ,I 'sop has been unusually grK", aDd "iit the necosilv of coming ,In a full Company. !

"trf crop }andltlonl' 1 Cite (growers: are well plt-aHej' with the l"1 and ih re being an BJlJllla'c" on Portland Maine Sept 13:; 1904 -

+ Th ilreek wan dry and iwporallyfivormbte ] exult ; \ 'h! r- ar car of the train sKinar I to Before me personally appeared Fred
over the cotton --oiiutles forplcktnicVottoii. A good feature of this yi#ar's shipments tint with rhilh the locomotive in E. Brlggs to me well known as the r I have an up-to-datt plumbing) tablishment) in

$ << htch was pushed with of oranges and Kra *(I'UI: IH that 'it'" v 'in tor or nagman. tand- President of the :M'ami' Mortgage! and

_}{ .- ,*.-,; ) The bulk of the crop has been I nearly all of the solid canliare:!|, been 's i .r platform can ijose theii Guarantee Company who acknowledgesthat connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and am :?5
I. .
|cath:: "re4. although a few fieirts need,J shipped to various westerjj rrarkets. h It, the -.ame way he signed the above notice anJ return prepared' to dot he best work. Call and see '

Immediate attention. Pickers are This will relieve the eastern markets Mr Thurd' patents onIIM for the said ronprnv for the uses me. ... ?

e and plnttlnjr theie trarket inxenfion' in this and in and purposes therein expressed
scarce }In some sections Mid unrk Isthereby ; prevent cinmtrv

|retarded. The tropical storm with too mifh partially rllxmeu fniit. :r at tttt'ain. France. Hussi Germany (Seal) ALBERT M A{;STI N.i I: M. j. MCDONALD

-F yi that prevailed during the first and mid- I Fruit and Produce New ('ai a-l.i and '''xlr... Captain Notary Public. \. Ii


s. 3
) $ i". ,.,..-, \Yf.'h:7"'s.r:: .':<

r ; 1. :c,. :': .t

',' y- _"r u '''' :. < '> ,.,,.. ...:',"-'...;_...::'"'. f'r'IIIIIIC I : : -<::J_' :'$ ,:.t-,.. i "', '" ;-::.:;!;::;-:;:;. ::';: ;'Ir4 'I- ..__.>'.'".-'''_''''"-;'''.,-""."", .>'..,.- ... .. .', i. .-.' >,.'>.ff", ....-,' .. .-.'- -.

::7outherr: Railwa I -

: EFFECTIVE CAY 29,1904- sT Y In Interest of Young Men's C'.rlttian Quite a f umber of mills are starting Watches Fit for a King. \ :

Ah.odatJon. '! uv--for political purposes. .
I' .
-- r I
D..111", be Ea. su.10 "orlh and w.""I I lgitt. -
I Free! B Smith formerly State Secretary : Mr Carnegie, however, managed to I If
;;;; you wear our -watches will .
au.; : t.1ikkoi\; ; n. ;; t--j\; you always.be
L.. J..P.Jartaoutiile y. -. a Ity} I 110\4'.1.1' Lv J'UI. tsa fou 1t1 \ HI .''pL.M'anab of the Tennesseeuiin:; :'I1t'D's work) quite a few big schemes after h< on time.
'. .. au. ay 1 UO.. Ar Mu.n. I.... J? Hy actor Christian Association has ju-.t been was 33.The ;.
..... It) 1 KLei Ar Atlaul..r" -u Iy I 391A
lor f'olUD1bla.Clo&rloU.r 1'+./. It" J.L Ar i ..mr. ..... "'" KyAr I :s.1oo sent on a special mission to men -- -,--- -
: <1"I1-.D'bo.o ,1::1 .-...... Kv lie I I'V. ...,. A.A.(Dalton,h..It..ra Ga It... fr.u "I/y"r II) I 7415Ar bL'aAr 'around the world In the great mobil I tube) of 'silence, IK aso! alto Or:>e of the best time-pieces made and \
I...IU4ton. Ky 4\ C '" \oluntoers during the l'al.'Oby iho bank burglar and the
Ar ClnrwnaII. Iblo 4 a C "'I' izmg amp our price for st is "
: ao H I 4tp
lor Rkbm..nd :' 1 1 CIIIC,man. o in,; Fuur F to'I' sanlshmeilran war the! ability: of ponh limber! t

t i<1-w-i;; ;; ;; r '<) -;::; .\r '.11.' ......' III _H'IFour Lluril ,ll.a 1.1'lor" Fred U Smith as a speaker) to menus \ Oiodic.
""'.. I" r 1"1' .In ('u.. wn.U." t1 1's 1
l "barl..Urolllh.' ., ;; ,., Ie '" t t" I '" i I"1 I.Lr.l ; .nt ilisioMr-d Err since Mr Smith It is quite evident that b) "u ,t run I $1.50. :
.HD&........... ., 1 I" 01.ti.V 1'-i' ';-IIII4t1" 1.:11"-11: tt'I'f ... ha., teen= a Jerri'tarof the Int. rna .:u.r n amuck was meant doing auto.
I = Ybiladrlphla I :,: :li; K I Ica I 'r n '.". 1 1'1 I ( It a.e : as
a L II.. I. ..' nutiil 1 Vmnutli'f of the Y.i (' .\ luti |>' nothing to curb the tru uTli .
I. "" .11.
.,... ,.. t, T..1..1.! .. IS 1111.11' hire and has bn addr, .a.rng in a:1:I th- -
L 1 I
. S.. Y' \\h''I.' ''' .r.n''a I..r..t" r II.. 1'1! : :rxyr | hety Watch Guaranteed. ,
,Dol"...IIIOU"Ur. "u 111I..to ii S.IK.urt..,. \,..,_".I"o u, '"'Ln':' I .r. 1 J.u r uurnua? J'.. Imr.ury... : .treat <'iti l.- lIIf'n'h! u". .tings! ... h1 h rt"- .. 'ru.tn who bar from work) all I
I'4 Liu
;::_ -:\: \r l'I'.n' I' ,, ,. j'r.raL biu4 |M>ateiilpai K tin1 largest theaters riii-n titer .:lo: All! keep right' on putting

.1 ..TJj..IIII'I..1:, I 'k!. a u 10 I I.\r t i L"mcttuuLUll.." II II III"K, t Funr, r I' ,1'Tbr".lI'b i\alaMi': The .\sci, iation !'n (..natUritain .!n' taiiT i: on men of all ai.es .. I-N-.I/C
tlit iiH.ii-caii'
f I."t..... ,,, ."" H. 4pi and HIM Far Eat: \Late fur Lt.tte. |. :join)
f Jocose IIUr ,. ,... i.) .. .. 9.vIr, 6) .... .'V7r .JI' iIH'r. 1'tt.11 ca-.. :SINI'
L. liararrh.: Ia. "'hJoCI.I: 1 : '" \, .:, 1 1.\1; ,. .....IL 1: l.=.. .1"0 years been requesting his services The trusts<< seem to think) they tan I..1.lies' l-.fir| ;/.lil. tilled liuntitiy ease in INI
;_} Ju (:..Igmb ., .... l.;. ti H) -.ruse ,-' ., ,.1 Called >5a"jr.la\. and will t:'\. eiML 1 I. dite tlu !...si,1,1 ,
Ar ....,."'111.. :\. C' '>r.. It r 1 Sep ,., 1 I' .I n'. fl... "nisi, I.I1U'. I. D." He > workingmen by aktni.) cl. 1 ,?, i
(' ...rUnC".sillies"'I'nllll'o.l,,"-t d.l ".".,'.. a.K' a u'P" I' ..r.nr...',..I..I..1.,1', ."""'1.:1.. themKh: o t..i.hr.. ,,..and r...I'u..;ilia.ut months alorll.t,1orl.mg w'th! the1Yonn Iii e ,!tIlIl'rpaI| small n. urd.' that it "-i/': ;.:"Kllilkd [s no' )
Ar :
\ flit.r"Itt't
Ar' Loul.Ulr... .... 1:) '". ----- 's ;\1"11" Chrt.I'3n.sod..llun'ln' 'iia-. I I., kept lull ;: i.irK.un mr..ffir,''l. One 1 ,1-H .:t. t blue white diamond
lor 1st. Lo'U'" 'I, II) :.01' I 1 fur oiii\ ::'llo' .IHIHinson .
'r'lo'mn.l1.' "h 'j a ( ', i I.' ''lTU\\: L'r. '''.13 :. the greater Titles! of the \ where i il

! -S-;;: .YH Uall') IY.fl/nm1, 1..1,,: -1:. 11'r' ... t 'I'l <> .Mii.l'>,Sa-von is dominant MraltPisou Is met-Ling with some: ::8: T. WHALER.
.. .. .11..1 1.. H' I 'eLyy..9F .
I. J. .I.i. I.
Buft. I Nbr oast t-A1 w.e. I 1. I. Are. .
tit 1"111' 1 I. J..-.p. .. ..... h H.! 1"1'.. .... Not; since the famous m..Ings: of ru'lb'' in his Torts to dntc put tilt ,
31 -- 1- ". .. ,'. '.a ..... It, 1) L.Ioodt ,n (;roal llritam hu1- there short iiliiortal paragralIIIh| seven -- --------3
1. \r \1.,1.1... .... ,. '" 1:, I, .u"teen of
\, I" a relisriotis fimi'ai=n more iiliimn litonalsMr
.. ::
.I: IIr ? House
.., \1.
World';) Fair! tickets. To \\r K."I"""IIII" '"II. .", '. F1''.. .. ." ,..;" .''':,1..tn'air e than that UIMIII! whi'1: .hIr
.n "'
\.1,1\' -\I. Smith has iniliarldl If" hti his r H.iU'IK'k. of \\ (.cousin. aid 1 Si'niSor :

? $t. Loafs Io', on Silt t't. I I .,., "i;'r"r' ; "r'I'.I ,( mi i.sin I 1.1\'rp"1.! rug OI'WI'r I'. :'J i liner of the cant.atat.... arttHjr Newly Furnished In new location. Rates $ I 1.50 per dar r

{, ? "II''Ir'I.L''I' where h' lii-ld r'fllf"r"nr.! and, c...ndn't- .,u their, win,;; wr-, llas! : tj tatters SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 I 14th St.. Miami.' Florid. '''

,_ .. for men unifrr 'T,1t,
.1 \'an".I1-I:< mc'tinLs -:eiiallni-; ; for hi IpMr .
\.1-1\\I .- ..a.- .,,, .1' r .
.. ,. ..: .q, ". '1.' :' .'. '". th' di'ntl of the Y :M. ( A
Fr MII ,. \ irt "'h'ii.t >i.. '1. '. .In l. .' .1.11.1 M 1 i .
a tt.ni (lik i. it': i ,in i n r rI i'n i ." tn.n ,_..1. S''.. I 1 II il, I II", I.' "I 1..! a, HI From I neriool! ho will CO ti> I I.ondnn. : .\rninu'h J miliusi; >n' a !i. sup
tllO"L." I, ""' I I. 'I.I "' 1 1I
r (rjtn'>iu (.K..t'u.'ncin' \.....r..>il l I.11. .r\'ifr ,'". r..... ,.1!Lrud' .. ,'U I I .. r I. ',I. "11 !>.>rhv'. (;'as..:nw. nirU.nleal, ard Dub i, IIrtllil'r"I / 1 .:11t nt Kmist. 'ti't' The head' Come '
t. and See
on.sale. ; hn, .1 tin but tiu-i knows a Bound Summer Tot-nst Tickets uuw
Mr Smith "m spf-ilt nt riii and I :. inJuIII'I.uu0 lit.II he soit I11111'
LIJSK i 103 W B'IoY ::Jacksonville.. FU: I ... ,omiiK'iiTl I -
1. C. District P us in&ar .tsrn th'u \: > tn the it rt nti Opposite the Postoffice.

C. H.ACKEhT.Q. M W H \YL1R Q p. A. 'rs in rice I Ki-t li"rrn'li/.h! "- 'I toU.n .\ .. tutor nasuiii fir a-kitiu; d'' I

S. H HARD-rVtOK.: P.1. M. BR"JKS MOHG\H.! A G P A .' MII h a> roloiiihii. :'olalra, Allaha ,.u"u ) ut siliiie, regarding; the 1'hilip-\ I '

I la.1 Km?.>r+"-r Clli-"''a. Ft'tur-''. ctrl lIn ;iil t luaMoii is tin Ida ttrr of 'I:..o.., OUR STOCK is

Ijrfmr, i i' '-iawir!" and n"nllar .iw.r-aar; ;>' lur tin. /got; > rnor utial Full Line of Hardware

SEABOARD'Air : hr.mi lj'f.I I 1.0 ..u1. ror \MstnllTint 1 SASHDOORS NEW AND 1

..1" rp 1 l." w ,ill speak al \I..lai'.I, ( :'1,1- Th I ,' iiiiliiatiuns; art that Ih' finan- and

.. Iin -.1an.'. :NiwiaMle anduil' (- ial nalldll"rg; of HIP (J. i> p rummitli ,

Linj Railway :aid On hs ntiirii he oil: tomb I -, an' dung! < onsitl<'kint COMPLETEPrices FarmingImplemens 4

Maiu'j!: ,Hoi" .f King and Honol.iln ;" in ti rtalu Unaucial circles PAINTS :
; Ita.. a i lid/t.lied| l ambition of the are Low t:

Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Southern Pines. late I 1) I.. Mwnlto make a similar SAVED HIS LIPK t.

:'trip. from which: he ;was withltid; only J. Davenport.. Wlngo Ky. writes.

h Raleigh, Richmond, Wa;hiniiton Baltimore.' by his phtsician ri\t-U.\ A steamship I June 14, 1902.: "I want to tell you I believe I J. W. .

; Philadelphia. New York. ':'was at one time placed at his' disposal I Ballard's Snow Liniment saved I WATSON

for this purpose by the Lead of I my life. I was under the treatment of l -

_' Two Elegant Trains Daily. :lone i of the largest steamship compa- two doctor's and they toid me one of + .

r Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail i nles i: my lungs was entirely g. ne, and the i: ,
Mr. Smith is a typical American, ]Luther i badly affected 1 also had a lump''' VTe -- --- e

Modern Pulltn ta Ellu pnwnt. I \irlleanddirect. He addresses nearl .n my side. I don't think that I could Ha.za.dl the

lOOiHiO men a ye&r.ho on o-raslon have Ived over two months longer. I

: ; ONLY LJNE I sit through a three-hour defies of I I was Induced by a trend to try Ballard'sSnow Oliver Typewriter.

meetings without protest. He considers Liniment. The lint
Sl 3rfrJm Jacks 2Tilhlt Je'IOrle n i .
opriti9, itl/tk'Hh I ; )
*- t his best work that done In ronft'r-I gave me great relief; two fifty cent r
< ? __ ___ __
; ence with Association members teach- bottles cured me sound and well. It I "
t\\\ \ For full inform i icif'...1 l slerper ritioni, pail on any agent oljthts ing them from his experience how to is a wonderful medicine and I I i .
L Seshoard ite ;
direct meetings, hold Bible classes mend It to suffering .recom-I 11i1r t

i A. 0. McDJMSLL: 1J__. JIB but apt Jat's avilleJl' ,i and Influence associates to a whole- :50c, $1. For sale by Red Cross Because it U superior to all otMcm.

T some Christian life Railroad icen; nd macy. We are Belling them too, .... ,
Pass: Agt
s.. C. BOYL TlN. Jr..
non-Christian emplojes In great: manufacturing our price and terms are fU). If ,*.

x -- .The ellmate of the East Coast of FloIa I plants. men of "horse, AFTER THREE YEXRhlle *. I'' i I want a good machine let M tell yos

Benne." who may not understand or \\' visiting relatives In Patterson about the

is nearer perfection than that of *ajr rare for the "language of Zion are I N. J., recently Master at Arms ,

Sri Other place. on earth. t e I* I especially( impressed by Mr. Smith's I Charles E. )Newton; of the cruder Des H OLIVRR. -

appeals. i i,, Molnes received a letter which thE I

Government has been trying to deliver\ !

REAL: ESTATE :MEN. ilm for 'the last three tears The sto-i

rt j is told bt the Paterson roTn.|P"II' '

1i Perfect State Orj-ani/ation/ at \IietiiiK I .l lint fur HIP :Si'w \ ork\ American in \ i'u. line chop has h.on added tour '.

in lai )ktintilifTin this wnt : 111" l litT "is niaili'l' '" I !-_.. .. isiali'i'hnii to satisfy then

', ; Y'r'\ lit.. rtlilitisut 'ir! V.ttuiin i.1.1.\\ fur a !Irst i'!a.-s .f-pair shop ,

a n"rIla R.al! E-la-r an-i,1 (Inn ,I was' iillris. .nl t ID I HIM Urn.i,'tnVatt ti r MIO.IOBIir--: -< G.<3 E:<;-

? 'r'hi'1'' ;tratiniisso 'iitinii was n' :;':amn'il to : ) ...1.1.. '."lit're the L><.s M uni'. wai i ; I ': E *. Till (hit 1..parr.nt Is inl.ar i

l i nab. ", a nnintit-r of r"al I estat nun a' altaihng,/ nrlfis. Hi'fore the. letter .-1] ,!K 1'.1 I in*:hin.H'e arc

r h>' hoard in Tia'i, .\nniturl'u.. .ii.' s .inilil' (' iVIit red tin DPSId",.> wasiiiiind ai 'r. rvl'eLOFTON i
!iulimfCitomnnA '
the J.t'.u.o.) ] :M'trn'iiis; TI. nmllu "- to ;\orfolk.; \11.| and l n \taIfirtvardul '

1 ) tfsi.nl aft!-no Hi was 1 r. h.ri-! 'tht-re' In tin niPaniiimSfwtons --

: i'ar)' tn tin, n'r. hug 'liis morn:t a. (1' : MUD hid /gone tn ("11..1. bu'
-V I' (.arm.r. lOMilnu; ol i1!'p l.un1: if In. letter ld tat reach th" I"r. .

r ; Tr..-.le a, i( niK>rart chairman: al,1': ,1 1li I ptil.li-'s 1: .1,1'1 |. Ulllil: !lie. /Hi i .101111 :-;ii(.(..' s<.ri to I often I !'obn,o.,. Oppo ite Post Office.: :Miami. Fla. t

ftipe t" "rllt'r. CharIJa: \ ,'.." .... .
u< 1 1..1,1 I )" ii s i 1.1 i oM a < nu <' 'rot' t.'n'n th

of .laiK-jontilli", ailed as U'iiporart! I,'It'r I : n ::-r '!iled 1 China Neaten: .ml hi; -
Do You Intend To Build
1.e'r j I iar> ship had gone a\\ar. and the letter nua and

\\'. C Hattt nf Furt1).10.: opened .:::ain started off--IliU time fur I.ni.

ISIrII 1 ''t i IIP priupfilmvs ht' reading the ', '-Ja"] land The IVs :Monies did, not sin

land i I Lingtitiition; previously pr.'pareil. on English; shores and the |postal' ofnals SAVE MONEY?

This led to an animated discussion of of that country returned the letter ,

i i, he matters amended!, but both were tu the United States postal station i

i :finally adopted at Shanghai. China wheme it was ,
INFORM THEContractors ill \1 tic all branches of the liDild-
Aa I Permanent offloers\ were then elected : again, sent to the Philippines Bark Il''
illg'1' ilearc rcprt-ented The '
sal tk. timtm Onx* ITN, Pbe.ppis Pt..tutae I as follows I went to Norfolk \'a., just missing; the '

t dens $ 9ntm o4 Tap aM. Turn tt tits natrr trtMttf; MKITEE | Presldent-\V C. Ratty. of Ft. :Mjers Des Moines by & dar or two Then ll | memlH.rs of this .is-miation cheer-

131)113 LAKE WORTH ad BISCAYdt 11! M'e-Preafitent-Telfair Stockton of i was sent to Paterson, and was finally : fnlh will Inrnisli |plans, sjKcificatioiis '

.lafksont ille.Secretary r delivered .' and .tllnatddn..
S t.acl.d (I.w 2.ebuuIU. vL W I

= nX>BH>A EAST COAST BULTTIT.TlotU Y : and T'Paur"r-harll' I II I I Contractors Association
l l't t
>r .rs Davies. of JoJl'son'iI1e.'Aa ) ssocla :
It also dwidPil that th" Kxecutlve I MI\MI.: rS 1.l IRldtAt

___ ,
C'ommlttep be (iomH| >sfd ot fifteen -, ..-u ----- --- -- -- -- ---.......-....-.-..... '
rn-mlK-pt 10 be appointed lit' the pre.ldent .. roeB C Horton Sulphur: Springs .

and offliera of the a'a'souai.on to, Texas writrs, July llth lc"'I: "J 1 hav S
be ex,olflcio menilwrs and that fiti"memlfrs used in m) family Uallanl Snow Lin!
ami 1 Horehouud Sjrup and the f
8ha\:1 constitute a 'I"orum. inert .

The matter of payment of dues wa a have. i roted certainly satitlaitory Th. [( The Real Estate and Rental Agents I

r..rnat1fa1 best,"Last c..t.r fieri.lilt ..faftan1 deferred until another date liniment! I Is the best WA have ever user r
*, sal tkcr Iatonwl..ur- r rs A motion that the swrptar:' fiirnl 1 I h'adal'ht's and pains. The cougt i 2th Stre<.t. : : Oiposite[ First National (tank. i *-
J.IL PAalto IT, J. P. BECKWITH I.Do uu'ftoo.rr8' t
the names ot those present prevailed. syrup has been our doctor for tbe las' .. .. .. ... u { stFS
\ a a.a-- b.er A t.I.A.i "
: ; |I"a s also did a motion that J"bi: > < il. eight )'ean. 25c. 50c. JMW' ( Sold bj
tiT. ACGrsrI E, I'U.
r J .I .. 'l.-..ted from ea h to lit fray ciirnnt e\. Red Cross Pharmacy

r m j *ro I IK lillI'S. Kteiy one of the fourteen tIthe n
: room at the time planked) duvet I ii 1 Th.. extremely! dry weather liar, ha RAULERSON
Liie i
Afeani c | his "V"The [prevailed. In southern (;,.,r.ia::! i.spy r

:s,: I meeting then adjourmil\ .. Mihjnin i .ral weeks' has l been the ians of ...n- II .\ Rs IN

t.1 Quickest lime most excellent service North. East and "\ its the call of the president -nlerabl tro.ilile aTid h exl| PUS" to HIP it.

Special I' The atttndanre was not what was .'xlifted I i.enruia; 1(411L11rn! & 'lurili1'l !Kjilwatil Ik.t Hems, Choicest
Florida .
i ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous New York and i Choice meats. Live Poultry
;Many here In the, city fa-n.i ito ,,I :News rwelveil from :Macon ito theriVil Pulitcttention. 4-
+ Can
11 and Obserradfja ,
45 Pullmaq. train of Compartment Sleeping. Dining
wild 11 even put in an appearance .. that t"ierihas been a great and dressed poultry F .\1 K T JUL\ T .M E n T.6ta4C..nr =

electric lighted, throughout, leaves St Augustine dally except SnndaSsat. I I Telfair! StocktonC.. Pra/n i r. j"lirlh.! of water for the !In.'<,niotln

:. A. M. arrive New York 4:45 P. M fo lowing day. i|, ,:'1dl1,1 r P

< Florida aid West Indian Limited carrying Drawlng-Rolm. Ble pM and Richard Bishop C. H Smith i I sHitiona north aid east of ;Mac inif to <. H gAUtEVSO dt -

j Dining CanJ leave Jacksonville at 9:00 A. M. daily, arrive New TI J:00: C Bmkman and Edwin Rrob.ton, u, It Ii stated that on one of the roa.1 lI l- Co .his cstahii.h.d. t h.sat .s.i.
ti t Corner I.Mh .M and \\e IIWaverlyHouses. .
hero la I19
P. IL following day. > j ibis city\ were present and Messr- the supply of water Is so limited that c s *

Chicago and Florida Limited. lOUd Pullman train of Sieepert. DlnJ f and :Stockton. Frazier Buckman Stuliti-, it ha been I et, 'essary> for the t cngim

Observation Care leaves Jacksonrllle dally a.: 9:10 A. M. arrive Chlc 4:00 [Davies| anil. Broliton took a l"adlr.a tn 1.'ave :'Ilal'unlh! a quantitt of aster x
-- -- -- -
-- --
P. U. tollowlM day. This tr&1n'lIfT e* St LouU Sleeper arriving Sj: Louii I part.I in the tank on the tenilrr! capable

i' of supplying steam for a run of sixty RESORT
U.Dixie. f
1:. P. I The
Flyer leaves Jacksonrlll 8:O' P. IL dally, cries tnrongh It Is to be hoped that the ne.'spa1*.r miles The many water tanks in th" I -
glider to Chicago and St. Loula. ai riving Chicago 9:11 P.' M. si. Loaia \ man who has just been made ostma svicinity' of Macon are drt'. &rd willie : I d argt.Airy CotnfurtaMA Ra/tstsi, i

ter general will proceed at once to b'l,: remain so until enough rain falls to look the
ft S A. M. tojlowtag mora1Q.ft. + 181eP. _
;; l MB. br four and one half boon to CWeag! MTM bows to I pencil a lot of the rascality in the I C! again stock the creeks and branchesTimesUnion. fr
oulctort I D log' tl/ItbSL MRS. ISABELLA WA\'ERLY. n. lfl._
\ML UwlaJ tad as Par to Lou1ml1e MAKE RISKRTAT'OI PROKPTLT.i 10. ( 1is r

.tY'r f + '
7i i"f'(

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r-4 ; :,..?.ii 'INSPECTORS.- I World's Fair RatesVia El.

te The foil ing ; are the Inspector \
s tierkj and polling' places designirted 1>\ _
the County ('C'omml ssioners for tbe general -
ejection/ to be held In Dade county I
r, Tv""ay No vein be r 8, l&f>4: I A SnifffAuturnn
ezx.f -RECll! :CT No. 1. The U & N. R. R.I

H.Y. Bewreyi Harry II>f-r. Waltrrin.pecUi .f....
KuhlnlP': r ?CV McPherson ;
t a elerk.I! ,'ollit.e Jl' "W. Kit'lung's store *v
; Excursion Tickets now on sale daily
t Kcii: : rt So. :. Ii1

E. i nozi.T.n.'M.; \\" HHI. Alex .. .from (jJ Jacksonville to] St.

fc MrK, -n :- ini-4| ,'ti>rs. Harry nuBo! Louis and returnS
tuy r.r'} Polline {dale) School house.PKECLNCT ,

No :3 T 4ti.n! ; . . ,.!.: Return Limit I December i uh.Kelurn $a

g (' H c:itspeitors:MtlH-riji H.; J.L. W.Hillier t'omstot H. k l 33..qo . .. .' .t..f . . I Limit bo lays J / 4 isrntheAir

flerk.Room.. runt. Pulhl1b.1la"e." Public Rf'alIn : ;.00 . . i'j} . Return Limiti 5 days Ft \ "
ka ; r
> : it" .
PKECINCT 4. -- ---

narti R. H Rousseau I. KF'ink

!; J. D l"*petos; AV (;arn>-tL clerk South ern Railway 1, J An ounce of prevention, you know i is worth a 1'.

L1 Ftllinr place. '3.V cTUECINCT rortt-r's 1'arKing- i' 1'rr pound of cure and if {you are a man of prudent!
2: Bo.lae.j '
: I No 5. I judgment, you \\ ill provide yourself with

V \\ 11.\o..r. HI'. Hodges, T Worlds! Fair Route 3n' RGs cD! ol heavier weight and take no chance of clothing
M McKae, ntpoi, tur- 1.. G. L> man ti: IM.kw.ui catching ,
r'.rk !i'ollitif\ ;.he',. D-lray Packing Best Lifie to St. LouisSuperb a Fall cold trying to get a little longer wear out of

f C<-mpan'f: 1 I'+' kuI.iiuucePRECINCT ;.i" your thin and seedy Summer suit. \ \;

: No 6 H. E. Hall" | dining .car service &
", CsTPnderj II CpIPr.
Clerk. PoWla ii The \jiK'ture. rrprr] .seiits. ;i We are nodisplaying] some
s Harper
*c'ors. 14O. Stop overs going anlffitarning( : |1h'1'uhrr| fall! unuur..nld: IKIto -. Fall for i
styles Men
111w selected
q d c.. R: l a) P'pot.PKPCINCT be l sun to "i a[|>|,iri'ci.iti.l from the best productions -
a, k No. i.Is /.0 I k at t''i.-t. suits IK.-f?rethey of Schlosb Bro .
P. r at Atlanta Louisville Asheville & Co., the Fine
0'al A H. Fiwt. Kpoiville. hate born i piiked! mer. Clothes
N. Brantley Makersvhosf celebrated
James ?
oiling: place Stranahan'g Hall. and principal( North Carolina Mountain ResortsSee I has raised the standard in Men's ready-to-wear clothing
PKKCINCT No. 8. -f I apparel
}|>,T R Cothron.V.. H.pectors Hisrh Bridge (hifeli' "..t railroad liridire in the world ) Famou '
j ; F:A. Bryan, clerk.e Blue ; Region Lcxbprt{ in and Loui..illc.Free I You will rill -.t and grace in cut. quality in fabric and honest workmanship in the xi

|Rail ay Depot. reclining chavf t.rrs and high cla.. day coaches. Through I, making Ami to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these
iECINCT< No. 9. j Pullman\ sleepingcar*. Jheh onville to St. Loui. clothes and
+ S ere. J. C': Knight L. M. Fc.lderraht<, etc..):l rfully\ furnished upon application. you have exclusiveness. Take these points altogether and you have a foundation t a'1'
oectors: \\". E. Norton '.r.-' I for the fame of superiority enjoyed by ..
; : piece Htgg'B Store. I J. C Liidk."t&: District Passenger Agent, I t

i.u. | CINCT No, 10. iy%< 108 W. Bay St., Jacksonville Fla

r\ ",. D. Leffler, J. J., Holly I __ __ 1.J t Schloss H r.:::d-Tailored nothing
j I B. McLendon
I HOOM.I mmmmmmmmm

H. W. Daru,.iNCTNo.R. Caney,11.Fletcher AI- E r =t Who is Your The Price Range $ I 2 00
clerk. The 3
tury, tmpeetors; J. J. StorehooM.PRKCINCT Hardee E Starts at .
PclHnt place Hirdee'g
f+r l CADDY DruggisflIs
: r No.( i: I. '

n' S. H RlchWond; W. A..Cooper, H. A. Pun "DROP IN AND LET US TALK IT OVER."
Fitch. Inspectors: George W. Moody Discayne _
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& Will\\ />ndrM PRECINCT>n. J. S.No.Costello.IS.: :: B, A. E- ..f ff Drug ,\11 of our IIn..po.... ;-; R. W. RHOBK. 4-fm
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a PRECINCT No 14. I -== has the Xr''f..)' Our, metIi..d. =-= i .. :'.. !; .(' !! calves'wt 12lh Street, .,.
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== 1.\ all reputable ,
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Clerk Board County :NOTICE: TO DEBTORS ANDTORS. : CRlml-
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In Probate: Court of Dade : r
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County Florida t
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This Is to notify all creditors, legatees -
splil. lids Wn fk4

I M .laving and claims distributees; or demands and all\ persons against\ till + + .+
Sho 1IIiI'.Kt t\/'f) ri
;: I the estate of W. Clarke late of
Johq rebuke it
e NU9get OW' /'tlIlioII I I1tAri
rome : Dale county, d" eased to present : : : : : :
A tfrYeks them duly eerifyed within two years! I II I

from the publication hereof, or this ,
:if':r. notice will be plead In bar. I Try
we knot low you feel Administrator of the estate of GRAPE PUNCH :

w about cheap Shoes. 4 143 John \V. Clarke, deceased. The New Drink.PhARh1AGY THIS_VEEK..

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F- W'.OKK: INTO: m.! = i.orsr\ : You
That I is the that is E.l. Pi"rk r-It
ordinary slide Bunfjn.
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g:; tin price as well as in construction. Wes ..I.i !t.I! of his: -t.in'iry' h'a'th! by In-
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a i cIO not handle; that kind fjpurs arc cheap T Ki s :N-'v I 'I!I" 1':"- ri>k.' In'oI 1I
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,' in price only-quality 'bf: material and n\v h"'s cntir"1', rn- TI II 'rp z..a.. ;- .IJr.'t t.vlrtiitrt of I ,.
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I make are our usual hiidi:, l ; tandanl.u i W9 -. nti ttsdo
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1'r ; l Shoes that ( I 9m'tSeybold's x
J You will add are a i JocquardVc

pis stylish and durable
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r 1 12 \.inl-' t In i.icliBatistes, \ In all: m XIMS, : !I.;} the la'cat :na-
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a \11 ill in--i thearcatct JOHN
StY BOLD.Miami.
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f itx V'ni ncr had if
\" "11'd"n"* ".courtone : : : : : Florida. M
of the-e liar-
1SERVE & BRO. ::ain-.

; r' X : Miami's Leading furnishers t I Aen. BARGAIN MIAMI JENNIE Stenographer M. PARRISH and Typewriter FRED KLTTKR
I .ur., H."onw.I..I"..ii..if." Mjn.l.' ;,1wurW. General Contractor. .
MIAMI, FLORIDA. Tra.bpr of "h.inli.Mtil rrn.r
.. Grading. 'r
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Miami W.lslCr.1I.: n
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