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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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foLK WON IN MISSOURI!,: Y BIG VOTEELECTORAL ; MR.BLI 0 CMAN N CAPT. VAIL DEAD GEN STOESSEL }





t [ROOSEVELT GETS T"l 1 < rOll HAS RETURNED A MIAMI PIONEER" ''HASASLEDFOR' A 'tl, j



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terries/ the State by a tf jority of 1O.495mo- THEPRINTINC Says There Wilt be a Heavy Tourist Something of His Life And Experiences ts

Business Here This 8.uon and Along the East Coast -

crats Claim GountL to Hear From Will )'' : :many Homeseek n.I of Florida

.1 OF THE E BALLOTS I 1 Fnr What Purpose Not Yet'

}\ Give Them a Majority. Jj I : p.-- '

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.: 1 Rev. E. V. lilackma-i: ryturretl this Captain E. .Jo:. Vail who will e pleasantly I

I morning after an aliKti.it of Hex'oral rcmc'mbvrej by'all the fnrlirinhabitants .

PALMBEACHYQEr TI The Metropolis Saved The County a months during which ti.n, hr has talked -
I of Miami. Is deal Thl't'n,1
Democrats Lose the legislaturefo Big Sum of Money !In More Miami and Dade ('.,u>iiy to thousands JAP SOLDIER'S ARE AN6RY
came a few < at Sailors
nys ago
t ) i
n of people in New York. Pennsylvania
= ; the (First Time in Ways Than One. Snug Harl>o.-, Staten Island New York.
i Ohio, and other Slates, and

36 Years. IN OUT NO 0TH OS -I at St. Louis. i j For some years after Miami was .

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He has distributed Urge quantitiesof born Captain Vail i.ved here a>'d look- :
J;;, I Say :Their Wounded Have
Bern Mistreated
matter thinks: his -
._ %;, I advertising anI {I 1..1 p'I..r 111' oH! Mf-HP'T Ro'! .'.l3O, I
'h'C? The Duval county commissioners trip will ,,"ult'n brin"ias many settlers I by Ru"'Jn. and It Is Feared
recently UU.aantlwl and the hull of
were somewhat surprised when they
to the East ,
Maryland, Gave Republican Small Majority i!IWJThs Coast which Is > That If Port Arthur Is Taken by' A*..
,iii The Democratic Majorities were presented a bill for $393.95 for He Onus the farmers bf.elr getting now ]> ug near the bridgeat

Though Exact Plurality It Not ; r.-4 printing 12.)00 ballot by the Sun along from year'to year fever, getting the foot of Aveuue D. sault That Massacre Will Result kTokio
County Will be About 650 to TCl6 I
KnowiV-Ekctoral Vote Likely to be Publishing Company of that city. ahead, but being unable jo sell many The St. Augustine correspondent of

jfi Official Count Next Mona. This figures out $32.82 1.2 a thou who would )ike fo come tenth are not the Times-Union lives the following -- s
MIxeor-Psabody.Lost In Colorado. sand. They ought to have sent them;
In position to do so. He says that If
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'\ Interesting account of the life and doIngs -
to Miami where the work be done
can be could trade Dade binds for ""
:: :. county Nov 10.-1t Is reported hers
ftIl at reasonable figures. farms up there the would be able to of Captain Vail: that General Stoessel the eommandaat n

JL Palm Beach.-Electors BalI- ? 164 The Miami Printing Company printed fill this county to short ,",Ier. "He was born in Utchfleld. lias, of the Rusian forces at Port Arthur
Nor. 10.-Unofficial returns the ballots for Dade for in 1836. After his schooling he showed
SL county Mr. Blackman says theN Is no question has asked for .. I >
'Ill I Jennings 11%. Grady 1C1, Ne 161, an armistice, the p r
hundredand t $50.00. $10.00 a thousand, saved the a tendency to a seafaring life; and
and
elghtjr-nve of but that tourist will be .f
Mm one season [of which
|I Stoneman 169. Bnffum 93, Robln m 81, pose are not yet given cwt
oJc the tax payers of the county about finally shipped before the mast sticking
fourteen counties In laaouri give Holmes 83. Wendell 79. Cushmftd 81. the best ever known. to the public. At present coofirmaUosi j
besides by doing the work so to one veaesl intll he was Lade Its '
$100.001 manufacturers
Roosevelt a plurality over Parker of Whitney 33. Barker 27 Stale Qi; Zel- The add businesspeople Is not obtainable but the report is generally .
quickly u to prevent an extra meetingof hare beets for commander. Later, he enteied the
Ui ler 31. Dole 28 McKlnnon 8|f. Raskin pl'Ollpe1\tU& IOmeye.1'II believed.,
10,495 and Folk for Governor a plurality I service of the Cromwell
the commissioners to put them In Steamship
10. Moore 6. Putnam. 8htled f Walbrldge of 3 .8U. the ballot boxes. Company an.l commanded the steamship
orer
class of [ who patronize East
For Congress,-Clark 190 CheSfiy 68, I people capitulate before the Japanese resort'
;4ft. U believed) by the Democratic authorities -I Wood 14. j| When the commissioners net on Coast hotels, and they ale coming to Washington lu 1S63 going on the to taking the city proper by force. as
k! counties: be Saturday to make up the ballot they avail the ofthese Burnslde expedition as commodore-
themselvesjof
I* y&at the yet to For Governor.-Broward l7JJMc- advantages the Japanese soldiers are very angry
came to the Metropolis to ask If it captain
.heard will show a gain for Folk Tarlano" 87, Henley 24. lu'|$ .,sBagnlflcent hostel.lea and this over the Inhuman treatment of their
r fran would be1 possible to have the ballots glork pjclimate.l J '. t "About 1808!)!! Captain Vail retired I'
For Secretary of State-Crawford wounded which have been' raptured
and a low for Roosevelt. printed and 'ady for them by Wednesday from sea life and came to this city.
7 ,I< 177. Horr 64, Parrott 25. |J' h At louts there w. a constants by the Russians and it Is feared that
It,t. conceded by the Democratic b ar If ou It would save the ex:- 4StvtsltorI thef Times-Union He bought the old St. Augustine Hotel
streiexhl to
Attorney General-Ellis 169, | bey: In case the main fortress Is carried by
J'at delegation pen .['another meeting later In the aVd paying for ,t the cum of $130.000, au'hlth e
'leaders the Congressional few weeks
i 1 ly 6%. Green-%. |"I'Jp| during the storm that the Japanese offlcers will '
,
II' .. promptly he
1 They were informed \\ paId an insurance rato of
stand eight for each party. a Comptroller-Croom 173: Skipper 55 sped there Mr. laCkm"n13)11 ho be unable to prevent the rank and file
I mat'the work would be ready and It \ 3 1.% per cent. The rate was raised
gain of seven for the Republicans!! Broberg 19. :fft talk Florida f'fW earl|, morning tot of the army from massacrelns the Russians
I" { : was and at !a price probably! far below late nlgbt Miami to'4 1-2.:! nod Captain Vail allured his '
the Treasurer-Knott 145 BrelsfoyJ 105, ana distributed when it comes to the final combat -
:.!i ". The Republican majority (>n that charged for the same work In any Coa of Trade and other insurance policies to lapse. Some few
) '1 1t it ; >amplilt8
( $ Joint ballot U conceded by,th-j Democrats Wetzel 17. Holloiffll\ 130 county in Florida. This savjn? money 'a Jvc .Islng'tijHer to .the anxious years later the entire building was destroyed -

t- whp have lost control of the State Superintendent- oI.the cunt! _..' "[) *>! _.ark, sure, .beappreciated cre s.: .., a ..4Blackman l ., by Cre. H. M Flagle- was In .
State.Legislature for the first time In O'Neal 112. Wolfe 25.-Render 2S.Ht J '.oth the commissioners returns the'tlty 'a t'ii *time;-""and,'learnlnSf'of ,''A SpLOW UP, al IGy -tr "; t:.
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Insures. Commissioner of Agricultur |) ] vtelxhlng RUSSIAN .
elect WAREH.USE.Toklo
thlrty-iii fean. This the
and the Metropolis wll be thankedfor abet than when Captain Vail's loss hu offered to lendhim !
twenty: pounds more
I Lan K.O. Rowley 76. Petit 21.
their efforts In behalf of the tax- money with which to build agaIn. -
..... S rd he a it away ana looking and feeling
Senator ,1 .3. e Co:Jit-j uylor 15C payers Ydars. Cat lain Va'l- borrowed t'S.OOO and Nov XO.-A report from thehC'atlquan,1"II 'i
bell than for His while
13S I trip
Shackleford : 11It.fielJ
'iT. Cockrell 151.
.., \ f The Metropolis will be panhmed for erit-tcd the present business block! of General Nogi before
: All 58. a hatain t lone In some respects, has cer-
Farr 59, Adams 66.
145 Port
} New "York P Nov. 10.-Interest today Commissioner 31G3. calling attention In this concretion to been a good one for him as well which is known b.<- his name. It was Arthur and dated yesterday saya..

i was suddenly centered upon Marylandby Railroad .t an Its magnificent equipment ftr "n<-intingof as fc the county and State. not a payini; investment, and It later that the' enemy's warehouse' at the j
Ritchie 52, Sill 19.
the announcement that 1 the State I all kinds. There Is not In all the 1 became the property of Mr. Flasler northern portion r>f Port Arthur wat

yesterduy was conceded to the Re- State Senate-Hudson ICO. i 1'it) I country In a city as small as Viaail with the unJt'1"IIIar.'lIng that ;f !t ever bombarded Sunday with heavy Beige

now in doubt as later Representative King 140 HooiJJlS. an office where the facilities for printing TH '!LECTORAE VOTE ittil l sl.p pro-its iiiiM go to Captain tuns.!

a- .returns publicansjtils have reduced Roosevelt's plurality Glenn 24. J 4, t [, are equal to those In the Metropolis LIVEN BY STATES. Vail. From St. Augustine Captain Tho bombardment caused a conflagration v r

to- '1ZC\ and It will take' an official Judge-Heyser 229. r; office. -i Vail went down the East Coast, firstto the panic afternoon and the

count to determine whether Maryland 1 Attorn..y-Taylor 172.: |t'!a It has three fine job press. a large ', R'ickk'dKe: where he operated the magazine of the old battery on Lung
Clerk-Dearborn 177, Jone64, I r del will be found table glvlnlil the
: Is In t Republican. or'Democrat i l book and cylinder press, fa Ming ma- w the elector vote of the van- Ktiamer Rocklcilge as n floating hotel. Chow mountain was exploded by the
IS. ,
Scammel r
: chine, two and electric later he rooted it to Indian. river and Japanese. t
r' engines an motor ;
ic column. Sheriff. Frohock 179. Ferris 1%$te- ; 0l States will ;4be cast ''n accorda -
She situation Maryland -: for power a two-letter linotype, aftt-raarl tack It to Miami when the
vat Beyond .
24. with the wishes of the voters as
g
and the that Roosevelt carried phens thousands of job and display type, a Magic City was in Its infancy, and It AMERICAN PEACE
fact Collector-Gautler 177IB C2 re ''IIed by their ballots last Tues-
SHCsorul, in which ,State the legislature j perforating machine numb rlnq ma d t was the ren Iez\ous of many a jolly PROPOSITION IS MADE.
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.t al* w'I- Republican the election Cox 21. /, [; j 1 chines cutters wire stitching machine I I fishing; party Cautaln Vail remainedin J
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Assessor-Butler 21%, Hnsh| x !devoid. ot Interesting: features today. and all the smaller equipment needed : Rep. Dem.I .. Florida until a few years ago when, Paris, Nov. Ambassador Porter v
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The retinas show a steady Increase Carlson 20.I! for fine newspaper book and'job print- AI} ama .\ I ... ... 11 on account of poor health he was today presented Minister Delcasse,

ot Republican pluralities, and it now I TrE'ssurer-Raulerson 164, Ig fey in?. It employes a large1. fore of chilled AArk-leas: .. .. "f" ... .. 9 compelled to Rive up at'th'e'ork.. He tho American proposition! for the re-
S4 Rowan 23.SuperintendentHall. I '
,yip seems ,probable that the Roosevelt workmen and turns out hi adreds of 'I\i tia\ r. ., ... ... ... 10 Has a great sufferer from rheumatism assemblage of tho Hague peace conference

"' plurality iii' the popular vote will be 166, Iftfijlck I dollars worth of commercla printing ('010 '0. .. ... ... Ii- and Brlght's illscnro. One of his numerous :; No definite response was

,{10.J f. about two dtllllon.1' 51. Well 20.SurveyorMcDonald. '<\ :I every 'week Con .ticut ... .... .. friends, \. B. Powell of New made as' Minister Delcasse will go _

'Both claim victory In the 179 | 9 The people of this section need not 'Jt'\a\ 're.... ... ... .7 York took him to New York. He was over the matter carefully with othermlnll'teJ'M.

-"- .Colorado pates. ticket. Commissioners-Johns 164 Gorl'lli" Is, send out of the city for anything' In J.10r .... '.... ... .. Ii examined bv prominent nhjsirians, The tendency In government -'

t5, Dimlck 188. Haight 74. 1 1i the printing line. 1 Leo .'.. .. .. .i. .. 13 who told him that his health vans In a circles seems favorable to the
i 161. Sewell 184. Peck 38, o. proposition
.REP LOST GOVERNOR I Idabl. ... .... | .... 3Illimp I I bad state. Having some means Captain 1
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BLlctNS : Waldln 41. !:t
SMALL MAJORITY. THE BAPTIST ASSOCIATION. .... .... J .. 27 Vail, by the advice of friends secured
School Board-Sims 15:>. ieffler .1.,
For Will Meet 'In This City on Friday, November IndlSun .. .. .. 15 a homo at the Sailors' Snug flar- JAPAN SOUGHT PEACE

!4d} Denver, Nov. 10.-The Republicansgayjoday ,'
that\ corrected returns fromfortyfive mng..ijth{ The Indian River Baptist il Assocla- Kam .'. .. ... .. ... 10 few years of his life were spent except London 10.-Japan bas unoffl-
of the Peace-Ch made
Justice
-4-. OK fifty counties In Colorado .. tlon will meet with the Firs Baptist Kent1. ... .. ..I .. .. 13 for periods when he would breakaway dally representation to Russia,

'1 indicate.th defeat of Peabody. Republican 144. Idner 71. Thomas 26. I .je-} Church of Miami on ft-idayl November LouiJfiua ... ...t 1 .. .. 9Main from his Northern home and looking |to peace uctkm. but It Is reported
11'0 For
Confctable l.G
-HannongC'uen

!1 'mnall majority. Although at Kepubli- 71. LThe association Is composes of del, Marrstnd .. .. ...I.... .. 8- last visit here wa during last winter. and that such representations, even aprtaelf
.
: will not be
w .can' headquarters ti his defeat is not admitted : pates from all the Baptist Churches :'Ias"thusetta .... .... .. 16 lie was the guest of 1'. J. White at likely.. repeatedby

f though the general assembly ntttMis from Lake Helen and Tltubville on 1i'ttJ.n.. .. .... j... ... 14 Dupont, for several weeks, an'I visited Japan. .4
Dade county election I
; Is claimed by both parties. The entire 1&! the north to Homestead on \tho south.It I: :'Ilnnjoto: .. .. .. .. 11 all far south an :Miami before returning ----
from the various precincts, are > '|fut .1. TWO VESSELS WRECKEDAND
'1 Republican icket'with the exception nurjfhe is expected that there! will be Ulss<4lppl .. .. .. 10 !: to Sailors' Snug Harbor iu thHprinK. -
't as neither'the ballot boxes CREWS ARE
of Governor Is elected by handsome Mof.& some 35 or 40 delegates In endance. !! MisscVl .. .. .1.. . 18 DROWNED.Hamburg. .
official returns opened until dy ( Nov. 10.-The of the .
: majorities. | I J..Iet'tj i The sessions will be held three timesa . ... .. ... 3NVt.raka "Oaptpin! Vail was !Lan bv Ih ifcan.ls crew
l when the canvassing! board, .... a \IuRt'1.a Ct-rman; bark Theta, of whom lost '
/ were
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I. day Friday, Saturday any, Sunday{ . .. .. 11- of proplp who live alone the .
tabulation of the void 'I !h th.
complete tiyfttt
foundering of the
vessel
:1:. MARYLAND GAVE BISREPUBLICAN I I during which time there '11'11be ser' Ne\af ... .. .i.. . 3- East Coast and by mail .ore h..1 > dung
iot be made. "s i he In the North Sea
MAJORITY. 01 mons, reports and discussions of questions New '.lIIp -hlre .\ ... 4 ame: to th Stair. R"-" 1,1'! He ...1\.-. siorni numbered s

I From the best! Information 'oti i re I 1 concerning the work of the de- New .//fny . {!. ]2New I an Interesting story tellpr and lip ... twenty-seven men. Seven men
able the Democratic candidates >Tf in the of the-schooner
Baltimore!Nov. 10.-Upon the face 'i: nomination. I Vk .. :.i I .: : : Tit ,: 1I.l>te,111I being "trr"iindc'l by a roup crew Neptune t
county ticket have been 1 electep.||>y' the loss of which was
C. 'of J&f3clal mums Roosevelt carried I!! At a business meeting of the church i iI North piiiHna .. . 12:! of friends! who wo'I,1: listen to his experiences reported
about 650: to 700 majorities ovet'iecombined at the tame time.
Maryland b |a plurality of 12'5. though vote of Republicans and" i I.!here held last evening Messrs. W. W. North ikoia.; ..,.. . 4- by the hour"

the actual result will riot!:e known until fl ''! Hall J. S. Bradford J. L. Deyaun and Ohio .. ... .. . :::: -
>! clalists. 'ijj The Cotton Market.
;::; the official count, which-began today The complete vote of Palm BP|ll':, 8. T..Wlgglnton were appointed, delegates Ori7<,: .. . t- 63Ilcll.. .3IZ' Jitt'E1)t1te JQ'Jrl". New York.. Nov. 10.-Futurej opened

has been completed. vot to the association and Mesdamos Penasivania. .. i. .. . 34 -
,t is given here together with the |. I HOTEL ARRIVALS. Mendy. November 952 bid; December. "
.: :I Both -parties claim the State and the DeerflfjOjus Amason and Skaggs a committee to secure Rhode Island . j.. . 4-
Miami, Lemon City, Cutler 'j'.C: January. 9S7: February. 890 bid
\:\ closeness miy result In a mixed'elee.I Grove. : homes for the visiting delegates South Dakota . I. . 4- ; 7rr
and Cocoanut
Delray March 99S April. 1002 bid
; May 1008
while here. south . .. .. ; ; t
vii 'coral vote from the State. COCOANUT GROVE. }pf I't I Carolina j 9 HISCAYXB June. 1010 bid, July. 1012. -

.1-; Parker CO. Roosevelt 12; Claik <| The F. E. C. Ry. Company hfis granted Tennessee ... .. .!. .. 12 R. F. Lawton Macon Ga.; F. Kldder.

:; t THREE- -PERSONS BURNED Cheney 11. Wood 2; Broward d. >i i a rate of one and one-third fare for Texas ... ... .. .. .. 18 North Carolina; W. F. Yarboroush: I' Legal Papers. ..

APARTMENT I delegates, the . . . .
HOUSE FIRE. Psr- on certificate plan. Utah 3- West Palm Roach; SI. Scharz. New
;; f Fariane 11; Crawford 62: Horr 1(5( : Satisfaction mortgage E. TutU !
Vermont .. .. .., .. .. 4- H.., .
I ''Jt-efu York; M. H. Chambers Jacksonville.OHIO .
Tory rott 1; Ellis 62. Cubberley in, receiver, to L. 8. Johnson and vile.
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' .j New ; Nov. 10.-Three persons'! ; Mr. Clinton R., Peterkin leaves tonight Virginia ... ... J.. .. 12
1; Croom 60, Skipper 10;. Kno:t i\ Waranty deed W. P. Piekens and
were burned to death and half a dozen MclJii is, i for New York to take a posltlor Washington .. ..J. .. Ii- GONE ROOSEVELT ''I
( Wetzel 4
; l Brelsford 12. ; wife to Harriett Davis, lot 5. block 5,
) othsft_ overtime by smoke,Ic a Ore; Rowley 10; Taylo* 53. Sheppard r( as advertising manager for a large West VIrginia .. { .... 1- 24000 MAJORITY. ud-division! of Government lot
2.
: In'a five story apartment house on the I Cockrell 55. Shackleford 41. Whitfleld'{ firm He has been stopping at I March Wisconsin ... .. ...jl.j. ... .. 13 Columbus, Ohio Nov 10.-Chairman: 1 :36. township 51 see.tine

,' : upper east aide early today. The Ore' 40. Farr 10.. Adams 9, Axtell; Mor 1nn i Villa for several weeks intending t" Wyoming .... .... j,.... .. 3- Dick today Issued a formal statement Agreement J. A. Standerman. to S. A. ,

:'U believed to hare been of Incendiary. ... I. remain all winter, but a tempts ng offer that the returns chow tbv "hlo! gave Barfleld for the "
sale of
origin. ------ (Continued on eighth page.) iI j recalled him. Totals ... .. .. ..1.1.... .. 343 133 \ Roosevelt a vote of :iJ.1)II) plurality. 25. block'9. West Palm Beach east half for of|T04.lot

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.THE. DAILY" ly and clearly presented. 1b Jlla"em. I army the world.and "one of the blggwj,navies In' A GHOST I; STORY. TUCKER GREEN 4 ,

j no doubt the pfeople understood

MIAMI F METROPOLIS and there Is reason to think ipejma- i! a 1 Recently, it is said, an army captain Meat Retailers
It is doubtful hether-.iny coiir.lyin
1 jArity regard them with favo4r"butthey a "quiet, thick set, level headtd -
t ; the state has eveshipped such :a
.1..........awe", day except S.-.d.,.- ', are not affected by then'ciitfitly um. i man, with a clear eye, a strong FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS. POULTRT. EGOS. AND VEGETABLES.:
quantity "f ora-'S: : jaj I papefruit "
great '
will and
--- yo. to induce them, to ;, a q'sense, went to Corner Avenue D and Third streets. Watt Florid
111- I prior to Nov 1. The farllticB din with some lady friends at an
f 1litars. change' In the political COUllll 11 of e
M. fyMTOBNOTN.PL here have ben ta"".' to their! utfaJi oJ! Dutch manor) house at Stellen-
the while the < 'as
,. iintKMlOii........M-; 0 v Kotcrnnient counll" i ajiacity. The M.-.ige s'eamers have I botch, in South Africa. On his arrival II r r. d
-,. -- prosperous '. 1IIt'1 1 to double on tied trip's' aM the I hu was startled by the appeurI I Corner Avenue ani 11th Street. .
ga.r.d IB lI.e Po.tofmce at MtaralF1urdaY..oond 1 Before lJ'uuyeracy run I crythere
<. *..mitu-r. I. must lie changed indii.ir fir .".yllroad dock has ..emeJ all too small I I ante on the veranda of a huddled uj-} TH.E I Y

most- SoUtnern-fTaf :e..p.per pntlisbri o uaiiclal ami economic condition ni issues (o take care of the thotsan1ls or bovrsbr I old woman "wil i a long, yellow G. A. MULL R.. Proprietor.iSANCARLOS.

tae vain liha ol tb, ratted M 'ei at the. il t '>u.;bt down from th trt \ell ..,. the"i face and thin lips3 and later on iaj I -
that lunch theiiepole Dli..t' stthan
next Sontlwro... _rall.a.. t.rmlr.o'_. 't'S aslII Orange! and ('aloaai.a'c-hie rners. For j the evening, whenj after some maid I
which they
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.M Tear by MU1ItonjhS ........;.....':'.' .\ i I I h' hove on votyTUS 'ln' | ast two weeks the (.nijiiiicnti neren 1, in the drawing ro<.m, he returned to I Ii t

tx Months:...................... I.be i !lay They are not now a> 1,b.;aid,1. : raged close to tao Iho'l and boxes j the Aiming room jfor a whisky ando I II |

liras ............;....... 1.2:!;. j lof imperialism and the truslKarc ,' 1 1> lay an.i.u s.cn t .!Jayits ; the slilii'l.rtOO I a, he noticed hat a half lengthon ;
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in ;
One Week/.;by Carrier...:....... .11;I' I hat a e haste wore'ilarra 'I'l; li.ne leachel over ( bos ,' portrait hanging; j the wall was _
.. for the
I"1 hangs
mmlii a <
11.t' or ten car lo.i Is.ti O'l Oct. !, a train .-I! bun) ill:; from skje to side with a I .
: if. I j flow, liberate and that the I I I I roxwRtv Open aOUwyearal2.50per4ayaiuli>
The Miami Printing Company (: -..n .rBfl': hrve :with :.1'5; txixes.goi II sing '
and Ills crowd conliln'\ mcn I I t of the man i| represented were I Tfce- Special per week to tomm.rrial 5
Aa'TsrtUiaa'1 rates made known onif .g..1.1f.. The shipme.its are now ,l&g paillyto eyes if I I m.n. Larg",SA1I1'LE k0OMS
.half llnval county for the watching him Then it rAlllllIOnl
carry enviously.
', application.TELEPHONE. I ." the east and jJitlto]I the west r I t L_ Post tike Bo!tfj8. KbnU I'a'Ji.Accommodations 1
Shoat's <'Iorhln!': ; ( seemed to the c.plain! that a fog
61-3R in Our last report) on Oct. 19 nowinl that | . . .
.t tesswas . . ,. .
0 .. or mist was ri-iiiji} in the room. It
ftfTICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING. i :2r:;:::; > Ixixe.s had !M,.* i bhi'pn-d.| rut .
mad I lion. Frank Clark r..c"h'I.1. fine the weeks sijc-3\ the >- crept up and up till it reached hin s ... .,.... .. -%'
432 434 Twelfth Street | two tht-1. sii| I = .w. I. ... .J.4 _4....
chin and with shiver of
vote all over the district and WjpBIhighly then a
Opposite Court HOUM. I fining and proper tnil i j| h. tiie-us were '9,31fi: "Uovs.tot .;inking IDe4t74 wild terror, he fdf 1 two hands fasten I 1.11. first class. Fine View of the Bay J
'il for the S"'I1 "J ale
November 10, 1904.. I sholllo\ lie will make! a rel'r..dlt In' on his throat- with thin yet 11.
Thursday., boxes. Of those \ which the State will l tie pr"d.i ij muscular fingers that\ clutched ever
|lof
,' i on,-f"lIrlh. were 5rap"frui-. THE! ;; BAY VIEW
t 'ROOSEVELT WASELECTED.I j f oTho tighter, as if growing strength as it
WHY' j 4n| t for the Mime date !ast year |'ere ll.tno And the of
___ '! i they inaterialized4 man
Baltimore Pun sacs: '
ehFort :Ie'I'rt'sl.!
mTalking tpit- i the hanging clear of the
I portrait
bout tbb reasons for the 1 reasons have l born given why th|( ) I Ii I .
gathering mist, still watched 'him .
i 4.t.t
Republican victory the opinion i ed States rhotilii hold on to the :
great I There: wore no furthe ><*? with an evil! leer} With an effort

t'e of the Metropolis |s correcJy,[ ( \olce! + pine Islands and conquer lIom'1\lb its \+''lil'I I tetchy lu cou'dlon whit E.'ro'l.,\. .) he managed pet! away, but again, t D.M CONNOLLY, Proprietor
wr : I One tx that if wo do not, I
by the Sa'lUnabOt''S asifoilows .
1 111 ,1\11,1 dynainitinK of the S< Air as he hurried fr|m the house, heI
explanation -of the Republican nation will: It is not antlcipatdjuu ; { fiat % tOed
The ,
I! Line train last January inrt eeer..linst I was startled Ly thp vision of"the old
Is the disposition of the people) ) other nation will taKe CUb .l1l1..ri# I 1
victory .. i 1 w itn"BS"iI in the case asaiK. :Maniehreutenins yellow faced woman.
disturb existing political I conditions the I'liiiAl Slates hey taken I Z !\ to Terminal Pier Oposlte Railroad Depot 4
not to! \ thlll""j I Itorfnan, charsul with : On the ing morning he
while the country! Is prosperous. and under Its proiection. It an,1 1 endaiiseilns; ? to'' lifo of a personI heard that fOnO\t.I'11J3 had left the i MIAMI fLA. s

If the times were hard and. busi; said that we: nerd the' Islands fof..t'II'1! I| in chartof) lh' t'nite'l l State mai!,' house, and f them declared I Awtsw4- eas.glts r."""aa. pa
Ins $tationi' and n naval haS<1j 1 'e 1
| that she had keen nearly strangledin
brouglii In.j -
i i .Here
; ., '1 i reserved those Ihi..... In Cuba.:',' h I 'the night. Afterward: the cap- I . . -. .
The FesMon of the bparin ,
t
j i secon ;;
kf been "different.; .Before the Republican out taking.! possession of tholanl. LIlt' I tain disco ered that the house for I
of the alrst Dorn wHl take! ;
case a" an
can btt ousted frpm 'the controlOf It is said that the Filipinos' } 1 I some time had been used as a tem
the Government there will have to not capable of self gO\'(>rnmE'nt,; tftiil 1 If |I place at noon today bcture United porary hospital *' that two of the I
Stases ('omn1 .. Joll"r \V. I Archibald b4Pn IThe
Sootiem i3j
be a changq for the worse; in. business we withdraw our troops the nfl.tlvVs;. tick, who had placed in the :
and It is that ;interesting
m ejected; tone
etch other's throats. ThOT e had screamed for
and Industrial conditions: or new is- will fly at dining room, help
j testimony will be br ji shl out. At
Afncii ;
tues must arise that will appeal more are many tribes in Central ; 10 1 during the nigh<, imploring their
the hearing Saturday I... (. J.inc", the
each otht 's attendants take them
to
as
1 strongly to.'the' people than did those are constantly cutting away
on, which ftl.campaign that bas just throats and we have never COD IIE.J-! .. railway! mail! clerk who was In charge some one had tried to choke them. 4 (FOf'.MERLY.THE. "PIONEER HOTEL." '

t closed w st: ought, I It our duty to help: them, nor to prevent of the car through h"hl the robers From local inquiries the captain

x By this ire do not mean that the them." -l' l I lire I at the .line of the h?j ld-up. testified learned that the amiable gentlemanwhose E. A. FORSSELL' Proprietor, ,

for .. i I to seeing Engineer Darker held up portrait had brought him sc RATES FROM: $2.00 UP
Democratic;party must rely success -
.,\ Ml i by the robbers and forced by them iKO > .trange an experience had hanged
upon hard times, but that the people The Philadelphia! Record says: (
Taft replies to the charge!t} : 1 ack to the co .iblnation car use'as himself about 1810 after stranglinghis Corner o/Elereoth Street and A'enue B
are disposed ,to let enough rotary i
yell n smoker and combination n negncoah. : youngest' daughter in the dining
'alone. When they are getting along militarism on the part of the aiJJtstration jQtP. MIAMI FLORIDA. T
Detective J. M. Cooke of th Von Holtz his
fairly well;hey don't want in risk a 'by referring to the defe' nie- room. was name.still; . . . . . . '
is
country! tloUd Seaboard Air Lint testified i to conver and the legend ofthe[ tragedy
'change.They demand a change less condition of the
( Rations that be hau with the defendanIn whispered in the District. -- -
)oping tha 'lt will bring times, have been in had Mr. Olney'a
getter
} alrijn which the defendant admited belntImpl'cated
,
;- when'mUu'are": being closed 1 railroads in the Venezuela matter In the lold-u'i of the train> Agricultural Plana Cmpl3. Riparian Right Farm Cheap
are going bUG the hands of receivers. war.' A finer contrast between Mr. James L. Farmer of Tennessee,
eot4d Move evidence of the kind: Is
.merchants |pre falling, and farmers ocratic and Repub'ican: policies be be l today expectedto chief special agent of the United States I have a big barxiin In an improTed'\ place I right on the bay 17 miteisouth
when
produced the
difficult to1 their not be found than this which Mr. .Taft OoTernment board j World's Fair has
are Undlngjit pay .. of Miami and one mile below Cutler. Th.ann consists of SS sores
hearing Is resumed. It Is thatthese
posible the
U&eL I draws. With an army of %5.00men; practically completed the plan for 9 of which arc Improved, with a grove of 450 Avocado Pear trees. lOG Mange
; will be more arrests'made todayor of the colleges of agricultureand .
There Wi no fault found with and a very moderate naTy.'tho Cj+i eland exhibit knd experiment stations trees from 1 to 3 yean old, and a large variety of other fruit, consistingof
in the
1 near future.-Times-Union. mechanic arts
Judge Parker as M man. or a candld- administration aserted theiMon- of which be bas charge. Be has limes SUITS. saw apples, sappa-dUlos, tip, Pusslan mulberries and a '

,'ate. and the things he stood for, roe doctrine and It was'respectedThe scored pee In the Educational tralldme nice flower garden: A' four-room l. .se. and a two-su .t.*i>

raj ,mamely, economy>> In the administration Roosevelt administration band' || o Miami bmlldlng contractors hare noreason for the greater'part of.the exhibit liar two driver pumps a cl.ncrn a!!.i an open well Will tell exceedingly

tion of the;"pYemmat. opposition 1 ,to faith In the right or,In moral foty4>s. to complain of Uck.of work this which Is large and eomprebenatre and cheap. Write to the owner. '

Imperialism., to I tram and to the highs thinks the Monroe doctrine cannoi ;be year. And the chances are that next which will b. of [especial inkiest & L. JEFFORDS;

protective Uriff system were strong- maintained without a consldey ilIT le rear will be enD more profitable. southern planters. Cutler FU.
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will 25 lots i _
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4_ I J 12th street runs directly through the center and has .


: 'o- -: : ( more fine houses than any street in the : city.
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be completed by January 1st, the streets in Rvier-

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: .- and to purchasers of thesejsf5]i lots we will give a side will be paved and sewers and water pipes laid ;


BRITTEN GUARANTEE to sell within six Nowhere else in the city can desirable residence:


.rionths i from to day at. advance of 10 % or. toi re- lots. with these conveniences, be bought for' less :

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I: '. fund the purchasers price together with 10% interest than eight hundred to one' thousand dollars.,......... .

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QUESTIONS, ANSWEREDInformation L t Ti -


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V of Interest to the Prospective Settler : '

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Concerning Miami and the Southern,

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Pariesa 111'n.' ao E .zz.5. Portion oljjbadc County I '


ATTORNEYS A T LAW -r < .. 1 na.
.
>. -flJ,ta.dreder' t td able as In any section of the I country jf 1 +
are dlrected : the SafestlnvestiRJtOnEai1
So many Inquiries a
uxl porlectliami.
# tpec1alacIUU..lor e..m1A1DC etti ra and far more so than I
Uil Titles.ro.Boznr. | he Metropolis by prospective FUTURE. 1 rNero
: : M, F1e. 'r bomebeeken concerning condition, THE CITY'S ? \ R eal t state"'IS

xtstlcg In thla part of the country Miami possesses all modern I conveniences I ( |
i- of civilization as electric lights,
p. T. SIAOQS. X. DOfflM -, I .nd the burden of corregpondeneej; ..
works telephone ;-= -= --
system
ha become ao water sewerage --f-
tailed thereby I
with a.4 CPII&r.MJ' free mall delivery, thw- "**?+

Kerttonoe 14th 8tre4conurAtt bat we hare attempted to such the pers. two nations' t-o\l'lt"l :T ..... within the reach of Everyone\
summarize lere's
to
aasidl.' C FLOBIDA.JorncK oe nation article as U most important, hi bank, eta It ha miles |s ..... .'"a an Opportnnity

I Id I most tit streets of native white stone. It Is '
; uiswer the quectlona make !
to a
1. JL JACB 8U ,11 lJL, diced. It Is hoped by this : practically the terminus of the Florida I
OIL East Coast Railway, for though an ex-
ot the
: I i sample copy out ... meanaf tension of the road has .recently been
sent ,
lundreds are
, "'aOTlL It.Avlt. 1 a&es, sane the purpose built, penetrating the farming lendsfortyfive Profitable Real Estate Investment

FliOBIDA.f 8pedflci_' miles south this is merelya
ilIAHI.| er than si Pf'I'SODalletter.
1 obtained by writingo a to the commerce jot this city. 1i 1--- ,
ormatlon may be i : & -- I --
'
i> RU$f: of the real estate or other flmi Here are located the steamship docks '1fII' _.rr._ ,
W B. any '
| of the P. tO. Company "L. . . . sttiflIU.1Iij
(
pRo chose adTertlgemrnU! appear in his Steamship I! . . .
Office 223-mh street 'Phone. (U. paper; and the beat way to beeomerfanllltr whose lines. are i" Key West IfIWI:

{ Besldeuceh| 8.8th St.I with local conditions, progr 4U, to Havana, and,to Nassau. Immense i ; ,

II AMI.FU :ndastrlea and current happening*, wharves etc., are being projected, to

while contemplating removing to this keep pace with the vastly Increased ,

reading the Dllly maritime business that must follow on
BACgl1S I vctlon. 1s through :
I
7W. former the deepening of the harbor, work on
... Metropolis, the
Je&Z m -**-"*-* or the Weekly .
mn.Sjci&cationia.d betalU MaCe of which will be Kent to any add which is now actually progressing. An

for Buildings of.All Kind, Fines it the rate of $5.00> a year ILZSifor appropriation of $300.000 pas been secured II

'Residences m Specialty.' three months; the Weekly* large 12- from the Government' for bar I

AVENUE D.WALTER milled for 1Ltyear. a bor Improvements, and 'the Florida J .r .
paper-being _
arrtcg,1315> \ page. East Coast Railroad la also pledged to !, f"...::s- ___ -, .i

tF expend a like amount. Thus, $600,000 !
Rogers. THE CITY OF MIAMI.[ | -"
:0. Addition to Miami
; :c. J Is now being used for this purpose and The Johnson-WaddEll '

!!'Ciyii:b =:> tmEr I Sprang out of the t it la a moral certainty that further appropriations IN PLACING THIS SUBDIVISION OX THE MARKET. WE HAVE MADE
baring
..< years ago, the railroad will be secured until the THE STARTING PRICES VERY LOW-1<3,00 UP. TERMS TEN DOLLARS

FNG'=ER.Offk this point April 15, 1896. Prior to Ibis harbor Is In a condition commensurate DOWN AND THE BALANCE ONE DOLLAR PER WEEK. ;

UIJI S., 1&.1. rya.71Tears time one store, whose Indiana trade and was a principally Sew- with Its Importance from a e comer LOTS GOxttS: FEET WITH FIFTY-FOOT STREETS AND TWELVE.
t02 with the
rla. strategical
dal geographical an FOOT ALLEYS.
E..1MCCoasatWof; atosatb., scattered families r. eking oat a'andfv"preptlong standpoint: Importance recognized' THIS PROPERTY IS WITHIN.TWO THOUSAND FEET OF :rug BAY I 1.

.. j livelihood by coontle wrecking starch. .4 .... by public men at the National Capital I' ANTI WITHIN FIFTEEN MINUTES OF THE COURT HOUSE>, ,

manufacture of i On and-by all who will study the locationof BUY NOW AND REAP THE BENEFIT OF ADVANCE IljottALUES.I .
c. DEGARMO,, the only evidences of ciYIIIUUon.; this port-fend its relation to InsuUr

4ffilJ July 28, 189<. Miami lie Incorpor ted and South American commerce'to '
I perhaps the t.nly SEE McALLISTER BECK
Ob1tOOtte as a dty furnishing record to which I a full say nothing ot the vast trade that I I = .

Instance oa malt spring Into existence apon the

i) fledged city earn into I existence town. Tires without I completion of the Panama canal ::earl Estate: :

4> Metropolis[building. first hating been a A glance at the map win show the ,
.. Room .. are required svrrE 4. xa'resz'T evsx. xrrc+
%. I Miami Fla. hundred registered voters moat casual observer thel posslbaittes ;
Sled
'Bonn ,.. to be called ;
| to entitle any community holds'for Florida: ,
eoistltntlng the future the Magic City. Miami, : :
-
that number
R. H. SEYMOUR, I a dty.a lee town.than At a meeting held?for : SCHOOLS ANT ..CHURCHES.

ttorncy at,Law of Incorporation three Miami b** one of the beet publ'.e
the purpose
-I and of.j-half months' after the first school 'r. -ue State embracing both tI'

reaebed Miami S44 Totes encast. the "" :ullon and high school connes
i !. aUEtlM State aid hdetalGoss. train I", uulldlngs and well I 1o
Will pract attentiMJ la Corpuratla.Merca.tila. The phenomenal growth of pis .* are large ren-
Parlic.kr sustained Mated and there la a competent corp!< I
Probate Law has been
tteatEetata sad" early period '
Gala I. rrUtell Bundle JUAIU. I'LL. throughout ,the eight yean of'' the of teachers. A Catholic convent U to -I' ,:

city's history. ( be erected this summer, which will

POPULATION, ETC. j 1 provide Instruction for both sexes .

\Ylitet gieyBalte: IShor.Poor Miami has at present a resident bop There are also private schools a musleaj I "

In > and art school, so -
an4I1ooo.I') conser ry. I V
Qaifs. |No \\'aiticlI ulation winter of between months 4,000 this population Iswiw that every, ".._..aUonal reed may be there la thus wvlag of about $:'00 miles to the north and accept the cola AREYOU d
the
There about thirty acre which Is bie cost of sheddlas that Is part of the legacy of landi
I Best Serrice in t tie City. ? ..ientM. by the addition. of hnnur supplied. are an r 1
:i tuurfUy, ot the' wealthiest nourishing schools In the county. further north. There are ten to twelve where these things can be grown:
..A. CO/&K Peoprietc ui> 01 vi"nor I ((0 the and ta is this a stock-raising country
the thousand plants acre Neither
II
..
cn .etfth St et. clashes, who come to enjoy i Every ,I religions denomination -
Ideal climate and the:finest flshlng In I represented, and the following have fruit brings In the neighborhood at There Is a "no-fence law. which ia I GOING "

Re1:1abie"I: the world To accommodate these I handsome church building: Prsby- from 60 cents: a dozen for Red oas, great boon to the settler of llmitec': ,

'"dptldas. visitors there are numerous hotels terian, Episcopalian Catholic M. E. Ish to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rica means, and there Ia very UtUe II"tflOCk
.
-
[ and boarding houses :principal among Church. M. E. Church, South, and The percentage of plants fruiting d. in the county. On the othe: TO BUILD

WIC MAYNARD., i I which Is the Hotel Royal Palm, an Immense Baptist penda upon the tare: and.Judgment ex I hand If It Is desired engage in thoI I .

A''..D,Nfl: \0 roe 0me.! building. 640 feet long, SQOj feet SOILS AND PRODUCTS.The erdse In their culture, some growenhaving I culture of citrus fruits, pineapples, va ) .
succeed$ In securing frnl- roads tropical or semi-tropical fruits
with accommodations 1
high
Imtalj fitted: and fire stories '
SUssM wide
principal Industry n this section 90 cent/of the plants ia theb of vegetables at the tea
litotes aocbyew6lerj, it for 800 guests, besides:lobbies from per /' I i the growing If so, we would like to Interest ,"3
t. I Is the growing of fruits and win pin en... | son of the year when all other part J
I" rotundas, dining rooms, offices> : you In using the i
acres'of' tropical ter vegetables for the Northern mar- Lands may be purchased from $$ c10 if the country are in the grip of winter
Is set In twenty ,
C.JC.CARFJOLL. etc. It des rtp.tiou kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop, | an acre up, depending on proilm this section offers decided advent
beyond
_The. Homeseekera Aent. My list_ of' : .gardens There, beautiful are sereral other hotels, but there are large quantities of otb'!r Ity to roads and|shipping point Qoot ages over any other ,ortioa of th I Miami Lime Stone

s vegetables such as tomatoes, within ( mile ,
cannot be Palm to be grown lands on rock road o United Staten
: and Conntq Property smaller than the Royal
r4CIty
plant! peppers, beans, etc. The Miami be bad for }SO an acre, an
Come service egg may The walls of buI141Di'constructed :
f beaten .. to qualltJ and prices. sure, yet larger and Jrlth better I a {
from about than
extends Ian
fa-
planting season somewhat leas that sum
Yon may money and usually found In towns' of DAY SINCE.'I : of. his atone
and nee than is NOT A SICK
; October 1 to January 15, and the bulk not immediately on a road. The earn
the size. At this writing an- i areFire
future twice
J'e f of the shipments are sent North from quality of farther away Ire
of
fire-story hotel II In process landI I sick ulth\ kid- ry
other "' taken severely
C. ARROLL November, until May, although, there transportation facilities can of course wag
I .
1;;;::=. otary Public erection. Is c* The population of which me.
::1 214fi 'D.DcIsfraU: ... nmmSmUs. furnishing Its seasons! seeds may be planted or veg- promising In appearance to those! a* none
State In the Union of Electric Bitters -
nd
'
day In the >. day I saw an your
etables gathered. any yaic customed to the deep, rich soils o
i Undesirable
of representatives An I that. After and practically everlasting
to try
quota Vegetables are grown' usually on the other States, being rocky and sandy and determined *
a LoniSYillei & ashYille ( "foreign element Is unknown. prairie )lands, .whhlch are free from yet .results cant be obtained from I taking few doses I felt relieved and After once up there la no *i
1' CLIMATE. cured and expense of repairing or
entirely >
I fc tjmber and are composed of a kind or :ear in excess of the returns realize soon thereafter was '
experience, painting. The first cost la
from personal since Neighbors 1
'- Railroad Writing marL from the more fertile sections of tb have not seen a sick day .;
'California and other sections I but little more than wood
( of. Rheumatism -
visiting! cured
after
''- I Fruits are grown on pine lands, country. Fertilizer must be need br of mine have been .
Fil RnestServce climatic conditions ant while the )
where and Kidney
Time and ce more Neuralgia. Liver
Fastea which slightly higher than the the returns than Justify the expendltnre
are --
beet unhesitatinglyMy -
considered at their we can General Debility.This'
and In thin section very rocky; Involved |troubles and
\ To \ that Miami has the mooperfect prairies energy what B F. Bass, of Fremont. N. C., Permanent Cost
the United This rock Is a peculiar coral formation People of and Industry an Is
In
I'' winter climate deal' of food heartily welcomed, and the country"! | writes. Only 50c., at all druggists.
plant
AU Points, -North, Neal | States Cold Is almost unknown, even containing a great iI' '
I as evidenced by the fact that in many; development being practically Just b* i considering repairing re* ,
and Northwest the slightest! frost jbeln very rare. there Is for all to th : ,. Is much less thaa
warmth of summer! In tem):.red places,orange and other fruit trees arc gun room reap Stewart Elward White th author pairing }
-1 The benefits which must ensue aa the re wood. The la
; appearance
bearing thriftily, though theSlera
Through Pullman Drawing; Room ] coolin breezes' from the Atlantic to be ,seen 'Is about ending hH hone}moon In ; '
the I
by
from apparently standing on a solid plate suit of such development Capital find* I much superior to other
cars highest temperature iy
sleeping
dilly and the with a hoar hunt
here most profitable investment' whl1> i materials aa the
thermometer of this rock. Being!of a porous or I
y Jacksonville to irmingham, recorded by the government 98 honey-combed structure the roots of labor Is In demand and well' paid. Pro : '

:?' ,> Nashville E\"ans\'illeChi! ago I durlngthe HEALTH.The summer months Is the trees are enabled to penetrate i It pIe of moderate! means who come her' I i 'I Architectural Possibles .are

ola. Mobile sustenance from what and buy a small tract or land make i t I
draw ample
Pensa and
St. Luis, city ranks among the first in Unlimited. ;
set 1PAINTEF2S
modest out fruit &1.
home trees
to be unpromising
a
would
and fr.w Orleans the United States In point of health. ,appear very II I :
1 : 'There Is entire freedom rrom calarta, source. This rock, by the way while waiting for' these to coma intr We saw the stone to any
diseases" makes a beautiful and durable building bearing, engage In trucking are. al size. We have turned
fin s1 Dining Cr rrri?: ia th i i and there are no "prevailing home iioot without [ exception, sucrespfn'd ;
ailments which ate common to --. 1, and the nor court columns and planed

4 SoDt w Elegant fm rclini06: chairs! all Those parts of the country seem to be and jail l. as well u several residence* : this success' costs less effort thu ings

t as In the city, built of this stone, ar In other pms! of the country whip Broken stone tor
part.lot their
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1 admired by an It afeo the climatic conditions render oul- ()(Y Walls, crushed
much
and ,
Route o r the famous 1"Chicago they nasally appear In a mild form asitors. I
Florid l Limited." De sure Font and leave the'bad effects which makes, tha finest road material In the cork possible every Jay In the year Sidewalks sue A

y ticket.read via L. A X. For rates. follow rare In>y the wake of like diseases world! and Dade county leads ill others with the tealth benefits of each flTorenar I FN. Ft: Lime always on
ecbedtUeM and Cull I formation call In'' the State in'mileage and condition life thrown In. At the' sam'> ;. 1]
elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diphtheria ..t 8..* an !
: 0:1: or trite.Ju. are unknown. while typhoid 'of her hlgh..ay'. time people who I are enjoying healtl a! sew

; M. Fleming.To fever Is rarely heard ot It is a desirable The fruits cultivated are shleB and moderate success in their preten'abodes. t
and pineapples had better stay where they art -'
,
Ju. Aswrpur. bestruKtdt.e place for those suffering from grape-fruit, oranges Offer- s
t e- .it-y t.e and There should be weighty reaMna to In
...-....+r ax troubles asthma catarth and Guam mangoes, avocado petra
.Y iIJ.1.1 similar lung diseases which are,, prevalent limes are largely produced, but being finance anyone:to make a move of net PIERCE &!!HARDIEIII

r I I I I I I V.I In colder climates. Many persons affected Indigenous to the country they thrive Importance. People who hare male

All Friends ol Organized Labor with these Ills have come here with little or no cultivation. Citrus tai .res elsewhere are not likely to t'very Oronkhite
successful here. Intelligence ant 1
three to five
and have been cured 'or greatly bene- trees require from years .
Wef retpecttnily jrequeit that ntted. Of course this is not the ease after planting to produce fruit Pine Industry an M essential to good for tfM1AUI.
upon entering store to tune here u In any other part of to Mrs tI
any applea, which grow on a plant somewhat
die here as
Instance. People eeiI
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a make a purchase yon kindly every else. No country reeemblmg the cactus, and whlc'i globe. :\ tout .::

4. aik the clerk to {show you hs. has they yet do been everywhere discovered where peopleare are propagated by setting allps or If It It desired, to engage In genera -\ llarryCo.

Upton Card.. Immune from death and discus suckers, bear fruit ta IS months after farming. In tAq raisins of wheat, ears .

AL TTP.Retail truth la this section they arr 'I' oats. peaehefc, apples, grape. 1 planting.
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f" 'I KEY WEST DEPARTMENf ] The' county commissioners met this The Who u Your ,

Jay in regular session. Present, Geo. ,

*- -* A. V V. V. V. .. \. .oGGOG W. Lalnhart, Chairman; John Sewell E CMDY DruggistPufe ==
foa''''''vv "v v "w'v
009 999999 S. A. Belcher. F. C. Alcher and R. E. == : < \ ::: OF MIAMI ,
i. Dally Metropolis Bureau/I -Key West bile into the brush by the side of the McDonald John FrohockJ sheriff, and Bisca
road the animal seeing the automobile : : yne Is the House that Treats Right
y TU. No|. 8.-The total collection for I E. C. Dearborn clerk. =. _, ,'_7' = = .you -
# moving, dashed to one side and : ;
the customs ry
of October at
the month\ Minutes of last meeitng read and ap -
consul ujiwt the spider: in turning over the I _
JS is
av .3,6839. T
louse WM
W & the usual Du ng be! same coachman fell to the ground first' and proved. i'D OfficeDesks
Bred up > Application of Harry Jones for permit rug _
ot him, All of .
and cleared Mr. Curry was thrown on top : I cur Drugs '
entered
twenty-four vessels to sell liquors, wines and beer In
I the coarhmaiL breaking the poll. Aside == Chemical and :::
| fj election)i district No.3. having been I -
\ j from a skinned' knee !Ir. Curry did not ::: Tlus Store GA preparations are .::: >t:
his advertised according to law and no L Iresh. _
e By an Let, of I'ruvldence tho life of I aulTer Sri other mishap but coachman objections filed, same was granted. == haste S 0 u r methods ::: M. ae )ut if e

Geo. H. C urry one of Key West's most was knocked senseless, lid having ,Petition! ; of Seminole Club for permit == SOLE are commended :::: old free t"t'
area to his ,I struck his head on the harduaC'ltd.,, E bv all reputable ==
prominent cltlzer was i to sell liquors, wines and beer in election L.o.ary'ssacs ;
odes | anibcd road his face was bal ijiruis .. AGENCY J. C. Abmletby. physicians.LutuuiuuLLU ::: IxWdes hi
loved and friends.ifi district No 10, was received and ktk a
ftikinodI == i :::
appears, that Mr.. Curry was out :, ed and skinned. When he ordered 'advertised. b 6f.fll. /estt, #
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with his coachiran I on the new i I consciousness! his first though ir4s for flat Mi Hi ft*.
driving of Petition of Hotel Royal Palm for permit W1U1Ul11UUUWWWW WWWWWillWUh
I' $te of
On account
county road Sunday and an automobile his employer. to sell liquors, wines and beer !
r the shaft lodging into the Kl &<} in ,$ 25.30
,
wks{ Mr Raflle ] l5.iy'
t which being driven by in election district No 10. was received *" -' I c. ----- --- > .
Perez wen coming toward theiu. The the upset the horse could not fiitfi: and and ordered advertised September andj>j October 29.SO hundred and four, has been duly recorded
I
coachman expected the horse to run I Mr. A. M. Fergujon, who haed Petition of Hotel .Royal Painciana F. E. C. Hotel Co., lights at on page 7.1 of the minutes of Lombination
.irafll"ng the to be in the vicinity, held ull-rtorse Se and Oct. 31.80 I the board of counlt commissioners in t
f and prepared for it by / for permit to seel liquors wines and court house )>t. I I

lines around his hands. I When Mr. ;{ until the carriage could be i1feed, beer In election district No. 3, was received J. R Glenn charity. .. . 8.00 and for the County aforesaid rse Desk ,

Perez liar that the was likely:' and. its occupants could Le tal and ordered advertised. Wm. Merkle, charity. ., 6.00 :i, quired by Section! 4322 law., r 't "'

to get frightened, he hors the.-1'utomoi-i 1 1Y of. J Petition of Hotel The Breakers for Mrs. Gomezia. Charity. ", 8.00 ', Ida as amomlf.l by the, Ac ,, and bookcase .:

-=- permit: to sell liquors, wines .and beer C. A. Graves repairs on courthouse | Chapter 4515, laws of Florida. t 011"..,

PaimR Department, In election district No was received . I t . . 3.00D. Given under my hand and seal of A great l convenience JI! ,
each.tS and orihred'advertised S. Bryan Juror inq Rosa j office this the 2nd day of November,
and
I, .. CODlm/sl/ >loner Sewell was authorizedto Roberts . .1..j . . 1.00 ;,; A. D. 1904. Space"f

I ; I have) matting placed on floor of R. y Burr IIBm<
Vest Palm .Beach F1a..l' I cmtxr 1 witticisms and repnrtee the'
n.4 1-The flection here yes erday w'asma | was enjoyed until 10:30 <' h":1i and curtains+ for court room. W. N. Johnson, same. . .. .. l.OOJ' I, for tho County of Dade. JJ

"j wasn't th<> brelhrt-n adjourned to ; 1 nqoi . . 1.00
a quiet as a May morn. There: Petition signed by H. R. Speed and J. F. DeBerry same | By W. M. Pope, D. C.
.: a ripple upon the surface of the po- j sprctl\e hones, KM'eful t.. tu | \ '" j 1C other asking the county to furnishi W..L. Kemper same r . . 1.00'' State of Florida.To This Range FreeTo ;$

Utical waiters. During the entire day I Mr. Garrett for the !).1'a"z: elr o' 'cI. :i i rock for (Iroa.1 In vicinity of ;Mangonia, H. F. Scruggs, cleaning sewer. 3.35; T. J. Harder Tax Collector of

wain't outside of I and profuse ff prose' fo :Mr. anBj ro;. ji\ed and filed but I no action Chns. H. GarthBlde, R. M. '
there an Incident I ,, is rv < the County of Dade: the little girl urftltr, 16 who ;1 ,.
Schmidt, the caterers A striKifia ,'n. . . 879 84 ,
I1 : : '
mere roiUlne, to cause ei [her anger i! takon. Smith tax assessor 1 You are hereby commanded to collect l>riii;>> the moftof these Buck'sTratlc
Kapectors the In lure ol tli'l"a.l' -niinTit: i.l.tbe. WH: |, .'ttl i motion ordered that theiKMray Oct . ., 30,1 00 '
or fuss, even a little bit. en I| On it was G. A. Hay salary out of the real estate and personal MarkUfor, Dec. :25th.DadeCounty .
.
:: |themselves were' oppressedy's t I room was a boauti: jl: iksguu2!!, Ii'I .ve,: ,, people o be allowed'! to substitute J. W. Watson, storing i cots .'. 15.00 I property, and from each of the persons ., 5f

by the "tJmuV and the da| expert. j I bj one of the brethren of the vat4a ly 'r'!. a draw 'bride: for the ferrv at that Miller! & Co., twopaupers; . 12.00 .lnt! corporations named In the

< K'i *. 'ence is now' looked upon ai a harbiuicuous and. compass and loiter (*: in I ,i I'laco, permission! to erect and nialn- : R. E. McDonald, mileage an! I annexed roll, the taxes set town in

des- electric lights the .iii'+,!ncs ,Ie previously . . . 4.40 '
gr of the condition of I noBuetude I Jed ;, tarn wild, fcny ha'lnsbtcn i per diem } each roil (opposite each name, corporation
't into which Dem'Tracy has and the emblem it. n-ld. 'I 1 he 111', : BI i .'n b>' ,the JOan!. I Coo ,\'. Lainhart] mileage and I or parcel of land therein described -

been 'thr awn by the "grar d old Reita I was much ai't! .Ir. 'i and a't,.<>l'{ 4i"b'! I II Bom of Grace K. Carpenter for Notary per diem .1. .. .. 19.40 and in case the taxes so 1mpiiMxl -

publican party" and its tru.,!. and UsLooted I skill nn.l' tnatiof tho dtr.gitoReferring -. I I, l"u I >dlo. State at Largo, with H. T. F. C. Aicher, mileage! and per I are not paid at the time prescribed

v corruption fund lei by the and Ferris and Mrs. S. R. V. Carpenter as diem .. . . . 51.40 by law you are to collect the

fruits the and appro\ed. .t. . .. 2.Oil 4Y'rra
.purred Ikmgh Rider The won to dertructheiti] sureties was received John Sew ell, per saute by levy and salt of the goods

c yesterday the battle of bal'ots, are alluded to yestenay, tug w'-1 Ua.J I I County treasurer filed'hIs report for The following Ills were approved 1 and chattels lands and tenements, so )

plutocratic, ": power debauch ry of. the. occasion this morning to visit, th \ 1st l I I the month of October, showing the fol I and ordered paid jrit of the road fund:. assessed or of the person or corporation -,

J masses,-,itpperlalism. consolidated government Company's vpackl t;: Inutl?, nnil slaw} ]using balances on hand November 1 1 : a. B Baker, road work at s.> taxed; and all sums collected

ind one man pow; 1'. If this for himself souieth'n' of pe Gtneral; fund . . ... .:,.1207.71. Palm Beach :I. .. .. 1050.00 for State taxes you are to pay to the a

progeny toes not yet rise uf t.plague'the' lions of tLe shark Tho en'lj'NJU Fine and forfeiture fund .. 325,43Schtx J. F. Hlnton Oct salary. . 40.00G. State Treasurer at such time as may J I

victors, patriotism is 't memory night was unusta iy'! !jtrt.<|, >l fund . .. .. .4.| 7.1a.d L. Chandler Oct salary. i5.00 be required by law and at the same

His- wing . . .. 22.33 US.50
ti mad .Amerca.nlsm.ls a delusion. man's share in n'onoy, : ; fund .1.! .J. R. O'Neal feed of prisoners. time you are to pay to the County

tory repefts Itself, and It may not bIthe.merevagary i i' but many very fir.r ftsnts lit be Game; wardep fund . .. ",' 00.OS H. Brooker, feed for mules 19.95 Treasurer all sums collected for county

i ; of the pessimist to thrown away as un"IVrkt..t''Jle tv f 1 {W Interest and sinking fund. .;,. 77.48 J. R. O'Neal. Oct salary .. 60.00 taxes district school taxes and other -

fee that the trend of these United count of mtitilatloai 1.y ,tbo a. ks. Saml Roundtree pct salary. 45'.Oft I special taxes and you are further

States la'toward the breakers that A great manf. the ash i"'ir.'i S a.I i .\tae. : Total . . .. . .$1731.45 G. L. Chandler Oct pay roll. 19.05I required to make all collections on orbefore

,wrecked Its predr ':sors. The bop<' been torn Iron the ,IO;:?!; :1]:, I !'d' I.' !" The following justices of tho peace i I, J. R. O'Neal fare for convicts. 10.48 the first Monday in April: and The '.

of the nation Is in the overriding power damaged by the re'ra s If.rI! : :1 filed their reports of fines forfeitures Geo. L. Macdonald, road work. 11.00 on or before the first Monday in July,

of ldence.xc poachers. O. D. Tucker road work. . 701.85J. furniture Go.
Pro dt'-t' and costs for the month of October: you will make a final report to and

'I- \ ,H D. G. TenBrook and Wm. S. II11L W. Watson hardware for settlement with the Comptroller and IK NONE IttU THAIS.YOV VM
a' of the West Palm wkli I .. . . 5.55
The arrangement This morning the h' :tree ( ';I dan Clerk and county Jui'ge filed their bridge i. county commissioners. C. 11.. Brown, ('. M. llrown, Jr.

,aeaeANews to get the election return ocean steamship vas I hoard u. e. reports of fines, forfeitures and costs John D. Winkler, :road work. 1.00 Given under my hand and seal this

.Tt wa*a success. A bulletin board Unctly In thin city In .&tAtcn| : i trt'! for the month of October. R. Cathron. road| work . 12.63 the first day of November A. D. 1904. ucee.orw to EmVIX NELSONA

.? taws placed In front of the offlc e, Oyerf.J Royal Poinciana. There liners i4fl1 The following bids for rocking the F. H. Rogero supplies for roaJ 9.35 (;Seal) R. M. SMITH GOOD COYPLE."OOS."Sparkli&Jg .

kmg. 'wlti electric bulbs. I'Early In pass very close m ''to'e! ..; u road at Palm Beach pursuant to advertisement Wilson A Flye|supplies for Assessor of Dade County. eyes and'rosy cheeks restored -
U assemble ,tf-jJ . . 7.40
the evening persons began 1 Beach and their salute are a-.a were received and read: bridge 'r\ by using DeWltt's Little EarlyIsers"
la front of the office and long before No was Un Board adjourned to meet at 2 p. The following lire arm bonds were .
hotel j
the
n.Mpouse *
by Geo. B. Bake Miami rock, $1.95 per
., received and ro.-ed- to writes S. P. Moore, of Na-
,
.t' the tickefj bogan 'to tick th< ,sidewalk this morning because the[ I.HOD ; e cubic yard. Board met pursuant to 11I.1 an
t l I Clarence Lauther. with Joel A. Dean cogdoches.f'L' A certain CUM for biliousness -
:J.f d adjacent street were occupied by not yet open. The. steamer Chas. H. Miller, mound shell. $1.60 Commissioner Belcher was Huffstetlcr sureiler. eta Small pill-easy to take
nine and W. I. as
.t 'aa auf I crowd. About o'clock from ized to have bridge repaired on
be seen this morul-.g ; ,
cubic
:0.111' per yard. i -easy j to act. Sold by Biscayne Drug
;3! .the current of news started. I The flow Beach but the salute was The following bills were approved Wl'st of Larklns. j Continued on fifth page. ) I )myany. r:
rL. briefT -It quickly became appaTCnt I motion It was ordered that the
-was / heard and the awoke was, and ordered paid out of the general On
t- that Democracy. .... was .submerged, ible. ,i bid of Geo. B. Baker be and the same via
fro fund: i
,
-wherenpoil followers ot'' the los*. J I : J I
,. the I Isador Cohen 9 pr blaD kets. !$ 14.00 Is, hereby accepted.
...l stole If.- -.Ing the roll 1904 having! been ,
quietly away The tax
cause for for
; The saloon of J. W. Rlchbcurjrjjci; Red Cross* Pharmacy drugs

," "-, 'lily;whites l and brothers in black, oc.cupanU ner of Olive and Banyan s'refts :lIbth-I I poor house . . . \1 ::..81Rf'd completed and presented to the board! i I Miami
o ot the scene. The q 11 slion Is fo.' together with two! copies of Rime for
'! dergoing material interior CUtllj' I- Cross Pharmacy drugs ,

sfi *ot an uncommon jeeringly, atrf eta lion. aud tasteful: decoration. It" Jail . . . . .1{ 35.88 their inspection and approval same I y
I by Republicans ,,1 accepted and the
,_ ; prpp-mnde't examined and
today daIly receiving additions: to !&', ex h. E. C. Dearborn, Oct. sal. and were

at Jn>l with mock nonj;balance sire stock, -preparation for tbej sundries . . . | 110.32 following; certificates were endorsed. Where People ofw
Democrats "Where are tliw Demo- I '
J ,by ter demand.- i Walter Kitchlng, goods for on tax rolls: i

crats'Kolng to hoi.rthclr election?" I f Hot 'nan . . .. . | 8.00 State 9f Florida |
...".,. ;A of Dade.Personally j I Moderate Means
-<:p.- There should be a regular -41I. Wm. S. Hill, Inquest Rosa Roberts County; R s

;.y The ,members of HarmoDrll LoheJ : tat the Boaxd uf "tn: eeLonlght. . . . 4 3)0 appeared before me
I 'X. 138 enjoyed a very pleasant function monthly meting '! M. Smith assessor of, taxes for Dado :
court
apparuntttt! I I R. S.'lIson repairing Makin 'Comti ti
It U painfully
C "'I- ,, yesterday evening. It|| was a. this valuable organization I is totj t house dome .. . ... 10.00 county who being duly sworn, says Are ;
.banquet t4 which the membership was Co. stationery the above assessment roll contains a
? H. & W. B. Drew .
u shoo 1
in 'his Sty as.
J!*. Invited': by[' a newly "made"I Brother.Vason An predated energetic Board of Trade li e. .J . .. .. . :. 1C.11R.xB.vPotter. true statement and description' of all fortable Incomes
the above
In
: W. .,tTett. Having dispatched, .nrty M. D., attending persons and property
and and "vis a tergo" ocommunity .
ears eyes
i '!the tmalneit of the ; 11D""r.il tlat rites It for nil t'worth. s paupers. . . .. 16.01enry county of Dade subject to taxation or

.the .Blue j naive adjourned ,id. In a Fuller...Oct salary ani liable to be so assessed therein and ''

{.ir body proceeded to the Merchants' Ho- sundries .. -.,. .. . 2C.02 that the valuations thereof so far as : Choice Properties
,WJSchmid proprietd where made by him, are just and
were
j"j .td, C. Kit J. W. Cardy, cleaning sewer. 1.50C. they
$ -ifthey! werefusherel Into thi| dining The Miss!. Wen-herwax. M.KS I Robinsoncourtxsteno5Jrapheri. correct so far as he has been able to
""Z B.
\Ffrroom which; theY found beautifully nine Waugb and Miss Clark' will. I .-. . .->> T9.75! ascertain. I We Have for Sale .

J/} ; *ecorated.n ; on be tables ]pf wWchbottntlfttl slat Miss Mae Ingram at'Ith't.. e'rlday .I. -. C. W. Bush bailiff circuit court.. II| R. M. SMITH .

,1i banquet was { spread. evening net. I ; . 4 . . . 22.50:: County Assessor* of Taxes of Dade .i

.:L'I<:( ""Tiromptly. tube, guests were I seated F. H. Richardson-of ChlcagI I the, D. W. Moran, Oct. salary and .County. ..l i I Brick business blocs on Arenas D .. .. .. .. ..' ... ..:............. '. ggpQ'

,1-WorshipfulMaster; A:Nilson presiding. Guide spent the Ja 'till bailiff .'. . . . .J C2.50 Sworn, to and" subscribed before me 3 lo's and house on Seventh street .......... ....... ....... ...._.. .5000 -

F ti",aDd *an* caremoni-j they begaa to partake Tourist man shown mound I ; A. P. Gore bailiff circuit court this the, 1st day of I'November A. D. 10 lots on Seventh: street .. ..... ....................... ....I. ...... 2,000.00'

;i '; of vile botint.ful and >eautiful this city. and was of 'he Board ot Tfl d t. . . . . .. j' 22.BO 1904. 'x...... j: ..... 11 1 house and lot. bay front, riparian rig its. . .. .. .... ........ .000.00(
represented
them
||gWpast.thatiiad been prepared for ''t J C. D. LefBer. mdse. for Jail j 4.85 (L. S.) \ ItV.. M. POPE. ''I I house and lot foot of Twelfth street ................... ........... 4.000.00
ylnterepersed with speeches, inecdot, He leaves tontghLImportant John Frohock, circuit courtwork '( Notary Public. improvements ... y
Fin house and lot, Thlitenth street, n >dera ; 4.750.00
):'.. .. . . . 169.01 Slate of Florida j /$1&0O.00
H.PfUci-WIU.tAM3'BUSINESS positions during the :'a ; zyears .1 j 3 houses anJ 3 Iota on Aven'.c B and Eighth st-wt. for all.....

"r- I I Mons. Risser (\\ lio. is' a Fre j H. & W.( B. Drew Co., civil! County! of DaJe j 3 hOI,-es oait lots on Twelfth street ff>m 1300.00 to ..:....... /. 4.0000V

:; i I in bulsnew :I I docket .. . .-. .. .1 i 1C.So We, the undersigned county commissioners 1 rata house with I'4 loU wUn bearing trees ';'Fourth street S..... 2000.00

14e: .Hat,.Bought Out His Partner Andl' .nan) was formerly Importing /t} A. E. Heyser Oct. salary anQ< In and for the county of Jnde'l. Hattie and lot on Fourth ftrcet near Avenue D .. .. .. .. ..*/....... 950.00
: S l Is Doing Well., I .ana, doing a large i . .. .. 2S.49: State of Florida i do hereby certify /
!' during the Spanish regime but f sundries .1 I the- ;;.rO:1a: housn' and lot on ThUd street..1' .. ...... ....,... y.91M100Byuoe

E1,1. 'Price-Williams" who Is w< 11 known ,I. late been in the Banking and) I I Miami Printing Co. county: that we have carefully examined I ard :f IoU on First Knot for all . ... .....<. .. ...... XOOftoe
I: ... ...i 2C.i.00 foregoirg assessment roll of said county
.
hl't" .
I. jpaft.orante ard grape fruit grove Lear Cocoanut ... .
,
k iii Miami bil taken over all \ r. BlackIfjf :I importing business In Mexico, Printingk.. nineteen hundred and prov 3.000.00.
Obispo 1 and has M. >, Florida Reforni for the year 10 aci"*,,throe and one-half; neared. b"a-ins fruit tres. rear Cocoanut
\
'Blackstone of ?. Havana I I tern Cuba toIex'o.,
&: FIn his his home t] ff" School ,. . .. .. . .1 11.15; four and ha\e compared the original I Grove: .. ... . : .. .v. .... .. .. ... .... .i./.. ... ............ 200.00
i mike
Cuba, and W In future run i fore .decided to : by
Marshall & Bruce Co., count and two copies( thereof as required land .. ......... . 0000 t
name.|'Besides handling the eel. and is correspondence clerk t itsalesman I SO acres fir farmlrp at Cutler .. ../: .. 2,
J4 :
wn ( . . . ., "6 ,SO Section 29, of CI<1pter132::, laws of {
: F i-tmzers, for Mr. Williams. Mrl. records ,, I 5-aT orange and grapefruit prove: at Orange/ Idre.; . .. : ...,. 6.00X00
Toomer <
|Jr brated Wtfaon ft: amended the Act of 1S97
Cubaand in his .r h H. R. Jackson attending JohfOgleton } j Florida as by Two fine your' ora 'e, and w rfrui: groies on Miami river with ,
'for"whlch'be Is I or is fortunate
hams
: selii ir
['T solejagl"lt very . S4.33 'Chapter 4515, laws.of Florid.and flJd 1'
also 4t .. . .I> riparian i :;hts, $JOtOx'and 500900!}
ft, the'lati of Plncs,| hats doing of office and warehouse' room' IJil i i I.
'>.general Agent's importing 'uisness one of the best locations' in HaV q A.looking W. T. Rice charity. . :;: 6.00 the same to be correcLCEO. LAINHART Howe and Z lots on Seventh blrott.ee/iicr AvcTue H. .... ........ 1.2WVW -
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J H. Booker Lester & Figlry W. Fine farn-in- and .rus lands fromf, 2ooo an acre up.
; 'md has formed connl'Clions1; some I out on the park in front of1'rcbiuent'g tii \. / 1
y 'olelllle I close to the charity f .. . . . .I 1%.00 JOIN SEWEIUR. .;ev..rallurni. bed houses to refit fof-Ihe reason. 1.11and se ni.5acre .
laries Palace,
of the European ,
g \ IIBof Immediate sic It l' W. H. Jenkins salary Ot ar 1 p. MCDONALD.F. : : grapefruit and ir apply/grove. .. .... ... .... ... .. 1000.00
the several the
litooies Hi'has also! office: and in !
t '_ ,, %to 00 t. AICHER. house
the sundries 10 acres and 7 room house, bArn, stable tool and work house
,thousand head of cattlfljfor of the wholesale districtJoseph ( '
1; fit J. W. Ucs mflss. for Jenkins.i 2.0The )( S. A. BELCHER and grapefruit Miami 1 river with riparian
Quiver of a'jlarge Mexican ra ch. )[r.1| tearing! orange grove, on
.; : Rlsser. Is I W. Folk's election as Go\ tII, Everglade, boarding Juiy.; 45.ooIL I County Commissioners. rights-an Ideal nome A " ... .. I v,. .. .. .... .. .. 12,000.00
Mr.
Ulaes and XOBS. dines ] ; :
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OcL salary. 25.00 State of Florida
Atkinson.
":ofe-of-the1eat; known Ame leans in j I lor of Missouri F. .j I ,
:' notwithstanding of Dade.
I. C. Burtashaw, registering; County I
State went
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:'N Cat*.;was' jn the quarterma tera deHaa particular makes new voters, etc, ".1' 13,:33C : I hereby certify;! that the warrant i SPIERS & MERCIERReal
..: :; t Moss Wseer.i Mr. Hines s one of
: < under the hand of R M Smith
in Cuba Democratic nominee for for I. J.\\'ell8. charity. .. ,- .1' 00 ghen 1 .
Y el. the beat Jknown Americans I
z of Taxes to T. J.
; years hence. With a sound :Irs. Veontett C.00' County Assessor ,
Quartermas era de-
:, { tad :wu 19 the > platform with purity In government! ins. J. HarJee, com on coil i ardee, Tax Collector: and attached I Estate and Insurance Agents.a
t tc ; patlmsnto; | the United, Stat a Army the 3.6St. the assessment loll>> fdV the County /
to
knows 'the Ulard from as the slogan he ought to carry lections F{ Box UT, or 12 OOH Arra.. D. I" t
: e&zit occupation } country. & C. Hotel Co.. llchts at Jail, of Dade for the yUr A. D nineteen 1. MLUfl. J'LOIUDp. .
;)I to real.tad bu|" held so >(.e vcr I
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Undertaker( and' Embalmer i it UNDERTAKERS, HlldsollBicycle.

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w I 1300 Avenue D Ii ,/ 413---12th Street Phone 25, \ ? 1

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ii' T -- COMMISSIONERS. ------- -1i -.- The<<: choice of profe-sionats because it is

- THEDAILY'IIIAMltIlETROPOLIS. I Messrs \V. 1. Burch and. Eaton engaged Fl!1 t i Richard Grant, witness. .... 3.00': the nest wheel ,
made.
[ | in .an altercation today dos n Mice Rivers witness. ;.. .. 3.00 i
November I at the Royal Palm dock where they (Continued from fourth page.) Ben McGregor witness. .. .. 3.00 I 1905 model. $45.Don't .

?.. Thursday, Jt r 10,11904., .. are both engaged! 'n the boat business t -- J. C. Crawling, crim. pros.)I. .. 2.76

lUlL SCHCDtJLK.1T j jrt < None'; of the particulars hare been' 1 con Furnel. with John S. Crane and V. W. Craig crim. pros..j.+.. 1.60 s.

..:r-le I | learned but it Is presumed that opposition :t. I. Baker : >'!reties J JI i ,''Win. :Marshall crim. pros.!,. 5.79'' Throw\ Your Old ..
Tires.
I : Avav\
from the North- i ( in business led to heated words I t Archie McCallman with Geo.ve \vj'aks I. II. Burton crim. pros. .;!. 1.25

p 7:00 il m. and these to bins s. and Benj. Parks as buix"J 8. I| ;, I IX G. TenBrook, crlm. pro '. .. 1.53 .

',' ':M p. m. i,, I I' / J. M. Durdir.e! with J. \Vilkcrson '' \V. H. Brown witness. :,;. 1.20 : Vc can \'ulcar.itht'm and m.ikethcmjjood :,

i for the North-;: : Uesldents of Cocoanut Grove hae, III' C. H. Watson as sureties. Millie A. Walker wltnesa.: ... l :1.. new.Ve are the only people rt

,. 8:15 f m. I I complained to the Metropolis Tel the, L. Grant ",ltn, .1..:. 1'. Sander ,, Clen MuIIihan. witness. .. .;. .. ..20'i: in Miami who \ ulc.lniz Tires. :

&:15 p. m. I condition of the telephone wires be- II' Frank Kuhse. I ins su-efioa.. i 'i.'i :Mantle Campbell, wltne a. .L. 1.10'I.ela ''

... I tween that place and Miami .'f'heysny ( junly Judge and Tax C Elector filed Campbell witness....I.! ... 1.10 i

XX'Z\Z'' that the wires were blown/down during it. r Joint report, of licenses issued \V. W. HendrlcksO>D. crim. pros 3.651, The Hudson Cycle Co.

the recent storm ana that they ui'i, the month of o-t' -r. 'lilo\\II1 i| Elmer Forrey. crim. pros...''. 4.051( ,

s TOWN. tOPICS. I now lay In the road at many places tfiiyT.50 i "i for the SU'-' and $3131.20:: :! for :i, F. :M. Brown witness -r' 2.R01: I, 1005 Avenue D
[Opp. UUendorff
............. t in-coming entangled in-imrses feet and county.. 1 i| Circuit Court pay rolls\ to the I Block ;Miami) FIa.tDOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOQOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooo| ::
the wheels of vehicles, and < 1 4n motion it A-.IS o'-iere-l! chi r.900I'
giving amount of $823.90 witness
|i certificates.
Ir. H..A., Bradd k. the dairyman much trouble to bicyclists and yards oT roik trout the connty| I| 1
yesterday1. pedes- | were approved and orderod paid out -- -- --- -- -- -- _
; a fine cow .. I' j c pk! be sold! to, Mt-Criiiin-im! k Co. I
...,J. I trians. One.lady' says that her horse f' of the fine and fo.-felture fund.
'1', omsEor I became. entangled! in the wires a few he rat" of JO r'ciits' : per yard w'd.:1|I There being no further business the MIAMI BARGAIN STORE
Led t house for ren t tiit'a aJj.iUn"d to moot :!
and oaru ,
days ago that It took her sometime I hoard adjourned to meet Tuesday. December .-

'. at 811, Av.due a C. \* to get/it released. If these wires at 10:00: a.m.: |'I C, 1904.DOESN'T .... . . . .-. .-. ......... . . . . k
dow / is reported should ItlUY \\Vdnesday\ Nov. 2. 1904.i i 1
I ore as they
.. e!. rain which. tins\, been falling I / ** removed at once by the proper au- met pursuant to adiournmenLll j I RESPECT OLD I AGE. ; A'ncu line of I: :I IT If you want a bargain :
I
.r.has made things quiet and:: aalri 1 .liorltles as public highways are not I resent' : Goo. \V. t..ainhart, chairman.:, It's shameful when youth I falls to i Pongee S..rkSe.Wor5Itd5. j | huClur

i local news Is sCarce.j intended to be |olin Svwell. F. ci Aicher aad S. A.li I I and other J ; Dress Oofdf b. the 'cum. i
-, obstructed :t show proper respect for old By. but I ,
sl her John Frohock shetiff and *
f ;
_ ''. just the contrary in the case of Dry Fail and Winter Patterns h Dress Goods : Cal> and -tour hue of.C"Kk.
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nre'bargalns-Hill' &: autlcr The First National BankOf .. X Ikarbrn. clerk I II Kings New Life Pills. Tney ci t off I t : erv.Ih-ln-. .. GIa..and! Tinware f ".

L estate and agents; Hauler fllio board received{ the official bal-, maladies: no matter how severe and I I -.5-+.++.+.....-......-. ........ . . . . .
rental | from the Miami! Printing Co., verj-Q QIet
Miami t
itufldlng. Ij irrespective of old age. :Dyspepsia, 1116: Aarnuc D.cn s
W.
J.
-,' i iIbUas them pluced them in the ballot | Jaundice Fever Constipation all yield I I > 10 >. ilsun & H>c GAUTIER. Prop. t.
; ALLOW; PER CENT. ON SAVINGS rues. si-ale.l the ballot boxes and d 1 I
Emma Jo4son returned to this perfect Pill. 25c. of( all drug 4 *
by '; ACCOCNTS-MAK3 OAKS .. _
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VCred them to the eh.'riff, ----- -- -- nO. -= r rOK
er 1 this morning to her homo In I stores. !
-BASED. ON BALANCES AND '
Vhe follo"ir.R bill were approved }
'West, after a| short visit here i I ANNOUNCEMENT. '
RESPONSIBILITY I'mi orden-d paid out of the fine and
h her sister C. M. ro'wn. theof A MANAGING HOUSEKEEPER.
Mrs I
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DOES STRICTLY ; i
A BA KIGBl"SrSES '
,felture fund: i 1 TilE MIAMI COXSEKVATORY= OK MUSIC; ANNOUNC23 THE ENGAGE.'
the wen known civil ,
engineer
1 r C. Dearborn crim.! pros. .$ 91.4S I MENT'; OK MRS. LH.l.A B. CARY. OK DETROIT. MICH.., AS_ DIRECTOR
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f i the:' Government work\(' here. 11.I IS. He>'f>.'r, crini. pros . 4S.CG I Middle-aged American woman with THE SCHOOL O" EXPRESSION AND.; PHYSICAL. CirLTURE. HER

I .or. Oyster Stew.at Hinson House Sunday. t fin Frohork crim pros. . G 4.40 J ex llect reference bavipg several 1 LONG= EXPERIENCE= AS A TEJCHEK EMINENTLY FITS HUR! FOR THE
.E. B. Mallon and daughters will I .
j
ion I hn Froh.><-k. feed of prisoners 229.50 i>ears experience in managing a hotel j WORK. .
'i.from New Yor next reach Tuesday, i WANTED.-Pear seed. mt.oD.t: r \V. lender witness! . 1.00 I Ilat Atlantic City would like to have a MRS. CARY WILL BR PLEASED TO MEET THOSE WHO ARE INTERKPTEP .
.16UI.8Dd eipecj to Miami
Flye. X. . . 1.00( : IN THIS DEPARTMENT AND EXPLAIN HER
I t.1, Hanna. witness i II position of trust for the wino;r in FlorI METHODS. I
morning of tAe 19th. when they
e witness. . .. 1.00 I CALL ON OR ADDRESS & t't'"
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tesidenra t' ..
1 tau up their In their Tuesday judg-ment :
Ox-Tall at Hinson Hous-
Soup
or home corner of Twelfth street, and 1 !:: crlm. pros. 4.30 I I 22ST tifik strut.B{S : FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH, Direcltf .
t I uTa.lor.r. witness .. . 4.30 i Ii' MRS E.iBAlRD.! .
None B, whch islto be ready fore .. .. .- .. _. ,
witness . .. .. 4.30 I II Atlantic City. N. J. Box .(.
--... I Wanted At Onc .--one experiencedpipe witness .. . .. 4.20.:: II !

t fitter. Apply at II il.&I. Stnoake. witness. ... .. 4.30 NOTICE.A SONG RECITAL! ;

i Chowder. at Hlneatz to 13 flue lYldxy.. ,I Lofton & Elnlg.I >J Xlx. witness. . . .. 4.30 I i

.. 1.00 I special meeting of the stockholders -
'. j I U> :e.Baldwin, witness. BY
airs[ C. IL'Blrkup sailed th!e morn-- We are In position; to fill your orders [kud 'E':<:ha e. witness .. ... 1.00L : of the Dade! County Title'Insnrance! Miss Hanna Phebe
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'Tfor,. Havana. Cuba.' ,. to spend the promptly for chickens, eggs turkeys I it Cause witness.. .. ..... 1.00 tt Trust Company of Miami,, Florida Shippee

inter with her husband who Is In the etc. S. U. Campbell *: Co., Tampa, .\\5. Haisten. witness .. .. 1.00 I Its hereby called for Thursday, December OF BOSTON

c ile offlce In that city. Mr. and Mri. Fix .' t crock, witness .. .. .. .. ... 1.00hs. I &. 1904, at the offica of the! corn-,and

.L Hlckson. whofhave leased thener '\ E.:Our. witness. . .. 1.00 In Miami Florida:> for the purpose of Fair Building Thursday Eve, Nov. 17 1904

house for the season, will ar- I Re ember that the Mstropolla: once Osban, witness .. .... ... 1.00 voting on the proposition to Increase ,
Minneapolis U the place to get your printing done. the capital stock of the from Under the management of The Miami Conservatory of Music! 4
!i from: In a few. daysyeti ; J M.oore. witness .. ... 1.00 company Franklin Coleman
Hush
First-class printers and a large stock witness ....... 11.00 I $50,000.00: to 1.5 000.00 and for other Director "
i Schuyler,
lost Tickets m sale at Ilus-h & Safford Piano Co.,'i5 12th Street
fJ stationery enable this office to .. .. .. 31.47 Important business to come before said l
J L1T desire' to sell or rent: your j tn. S. Hill. crlm. pros Beginning Monday Nv 14. Reserved seats. 50c: General admis ion.35c ;

list It with 1 Hill Gantler.. promptly supply any demandLI :t gene Porter witness ... .. 1.00 meeting. Patterson j .. .. ., .
.. .... .. 1.00 S. L. -- --
witness
estate and rental, agents.. Rauler- j #j.,M. Dingle ; '
t Iwlldlnc. )slsn3Setrtipoh I FOR RElto"T.-MT cottage at "Coral ;:.i Wilson. witness: .. .. .. 1.00 6t-w S c-etary.
L | cs"'on the hay In the Brickell hamknock. fRUIT TREES
,
I ary Wilson witness .. ... .. 1.00
1J.,! Furnished or unfurnished. Ad- T. Clyatt. witness .. .. .. .. 1.00 ulifls AND ORNAMENTALS.

e 1siposseaslon. of dreae1m E. Sharpe witness. .... ... 1.00k
a regarding two big trans- Mrs. Margaret Arnold Groom. GroceriesTh.t Are you golrt to plant any tree *r '
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!! King witness... ... 1.00j I a v ':
but for tha oresent U not at I ornamentals thi.'season? Now it the
bone witness. ... .. .. 1.00
I have a :ew Real "Bargains for the tl
time to do it Write
to make them'publle. 1 hey are us your waats.we .
J. E. March witness. ,. 1.00
omeseeker in both city ard country .
oJfer:
the
However following
'the forernnnen, : of manydeals sitfrle witness. .. ... 1.00 'I :
I C. Carroll the Homeseekei's Agent; Lloyd.
which areto.. be made this mce 214 Avenue D, between Second: 'arrle Lloyd witness .. ..... 1.00fo'.j are not pure and fresh- ate dear I s fa ORANGE and GRAPE FRUIT TRBB3. '
which promises to eclipse all .. . 5.70 Over threehundred thousand of then
ind Tird streets. 1 P. Neal witness at any price. We bell our goods at such I
iguana In manespect&RENNT.lroom witness. . ... C.OO on sour orange rough!; Imon, sal
.11. Haygood r
: to enable to them Ja.
prices as us move
9 Citrus
:t f T' b. Green witness .. ... .. 6.00 before they have a chance to get old. trifolla'a varieties.! stocks-all tn, most ,
valuable
.I; cottage 'nicety The First National Bank ,W.i Boatwright. witness.! 6.00 I 't

ed. piano etch for season. Dee ..1tab Stubbs, witness. :. 1.00 Hence we always have\ PEACH TFFKS-Two! hundred thouiuauI a
I Of Miami J .. ... l.OAo'hn : r- -uw.tT, Fl iria varieUe.i as fine
LPJt > Jocallty. Hill fc Gautler.i Raul- !ary Thompson witness. I 1 .
.ttwlldlne. I 3t I CALLS ATTENTION TO ITS [ Marine, witness . 1.00 H E N tries ao; we e\erigrew.: A heavy demand -
I ,
Pure ,
? STEADY CROWTtf-COMFETENT ?h ithatn Sauders, witness. ... 1.00 and Fresh for them. Better get jour or-
r. 4 ________ ..... i der Inat 1 V V
.. I once
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i p O'Reilleyof Reading, Pa. MANAGEMENT AND SUBSTANTIAL j. P. Moore, witness. . 1.00;: I <

lparchased constUerable: real es- DIRECTORATE, THEREBY ab Johnson witness. . 1.00 Groceries. : : : : BUDDED PECANS-We haven't here-

1Iere':*aat winter; has leo
.at house on-Th1, (tenth street. forter OK THE PEOPLE.A Ha cy Croskey witness. .. .. 1.00 Let Ut Prove This Statement I goods arc rig lit. thecustomer. I 'Supply the demand but have a nice Sti

and><<, will j>e down shortly. L p. Dupont. witness. .. . 1.10 j ? come a- | lot this season. .

pont will build another house r'" :A WAY BICYCLE. 'tin Sanders, witness. .. .. 1.00 To Yon. /(Ii,!. Thiry i.4 lclllJ ROSES AND OnSAMEo."TAW-OYer A 9 }

Avenue C loti next to M. J. pa Sanders witness .. ... l.A : fifty thousand fine field grown graft

terminated with an ugly cut on the leg L |cywnn, witness .. .. ... 1.60 ererpbodlgues us ed roser. One hundred and tweD....
;
I I their trade. Hadn'tyou r
of J. B. Orner. Franklin Grove, 111. It lb. Holly witness .. . ... 4.50: six varieties selected especially for

for developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding 6.JF.! Jenkins witness .. .. 4.50t6ob"t. letter come too'! Southern platting. Also a fine lot
[bare secured the agency the MagnoliaGrocery
la' Bar-Lock Itypewri'er-the to doctors and remedies for four rears.Tken Geiger. witness. .... .. ... 4.50 of ornamental .bn;') hedge flints 1 X;

Bucllen's Arnica Salve cured. 11A.; Lofton witness.. .. ... 1.00 and shade trees. I r*
complete and np o date machine The
; I Racket Store
red. ant have one on ex- If''s just M good for Burns Scalds Skin K t. Bush witness. .. .. 3.00 I OUR 1905 CATALOGUE gives descriptions t

i ia our I '. Eruptions and Piles. %5c., at all drng.JOrea. A|. B. Burbank. witness ... .. 1.50 I and pr.ces of these and many

omee.Hl IY & G utler. ;\t{ L Mashers witness . ... 1.50.ittevls. ."Handlers of Everything" IIII more trees and'pLarta': and ooat-'aI.

Ranl witness..,.. .. ..... 1.50 CORNER FOURTH ST I I valuable Information. Write fors
building. Y
pen I NOTICE ,i \Chlta'i'Valeria witness .. 3.00 Co EET AND AVENUE D. Arcane W. H.CIlAILtEA D, err the SOX Cxprm rmprirton. Mike. copy.

i'. ... 3.00 I I
Anderson, witness MIAMI. FLA. '
new and [permanent sub I GLEI:ST. MRY KURSEB1ES I ;
,
[. Leslie witness.. .. .. 3.00
to the Daily jUetropo'is from A competitive examination for theposition SCHOOL BOOKS. G. L. TABER. Proprietor. 'I ='
Nolan witness.'.. .. ... 1.00 i 1M 1
Falm,Beach came in by last of Special Sanitary Agent of I .White, witnessifabhah . .. 2.00, L .J Box 7. .
.. man, and several npw ones | BUSINESS LOCALS. I
Glen St. Mary.
atmrr/tt Florida ,
tie State Board of Health of Florida, Marshall witness .. .. 2.00 !

I added_ to the city list yesterday will be held at the office of tie StateD 'I t. Croskey, witness. .. . 2.00' (1iSl i'it1T+t5init\i[1.tiitl ( '.

The people are beginning fin Patterson witness .. 2.00; Headquarters fOLEnIIONEYANDTAR OLFYSKTNEYrCares
hud and of Health. Jacksonville Florida, fancy groceries fruits I
that the be r
i news can std more December 1. 1904. Candidates must be I !yaham, witness. .. ... .... 1.001:, ate, at Wilson ft: Fire's. ', 7 Celdsi *- Ps sus&br.kea Kh1n. n and Ela.-tcier, Nit 'f

y. pore oomrjf'ely more rry.wltne8s. . .. ... ,1.00'' .
r from the Metropolis than from cj i JZPDS of Florida not over 40 years I A Atul, Williams witness .. 1.00 I I -r--i
.
er source. i 15 o I ape, graduates of sme'"JlIuble wilDPslI. ... .. .. 1.00);)Take t I

medical college have at least a High I Lt Griffin, witness . .. i.oo I the Big Boat.

?Lave Just leas several fur- pool literary education. And hold I Cju$> Cowan. witness .. .. i.oo :
for the season I witness .. ... j -- I Youngs' .
1 louses and have m Imbershlp in a county medical society I I McLcod. i.po The CLYDE will n. ie .*wlar tripe

nts"f or others. It yon have one ol the State. u34; Mathers, witness . 1.oo1F4tlne I dally to the Beach leaving the Stone Pharrnacy4 J :a:
call and teir'nsabout lu J. H. witness.Kiftiffany. 1.91)1 I I
Washington
at 2.110( .
JOSEPH PORTER. rvjck T> m., landing at |he new j .. sstlt BHBBBB> SH atst. aam -
-*: Cow. real estate agents; witness .. .. ... .. 1.o0'; ferry dock Juct north of the|! J-UIee. ; "
\ State Health Omcer.: Gep.4; Zapf, witness..jMathers J. ....... MO where every fanl'lty Is furnished for I Iopd complete and carefully selected .tock.Ve l buy our irug in '. ,-i.
tTl ytiall and often,
ailed I to the notice of the !.] witness. ... 1.00 bathing, and the Beach biirg en- '| Vt. Ourcu.tomersgetthebenehtofthis -
_-T4oag Recital to be given on the John I M. Lorenx. Brooklyn music r ; Lauther witness., .. .. i.ooj I tirely cut off by the training will f om I andarealway..rtisfied

; of Thursday, rtovembcr 17, at 1 composer his Is home.'Te about to go II Ir to thRU Mex-- s.DartlelJ- witness''. .. ... 1.00' the, treacherous current from Norris. tfj Bdtst jdtt:1! rind mb w

building bjr Miss Hanna i to make .\. j artin. crim. pros .. ..... 19.45 Cut Inlet there Is none of that under- : --- ---- < I

Shippee.. of Boston, under] the : r of "The Pearl of decoraton.Bagda t;, and Heieavlng'thls a tfL j; Starling witness .. .. .. 1.00 tow which makes sea batting so dan : : : fro} n edintiu : : : '
m s that won panal:
cement of Franklin Coleman \Vhitaker. witness .. .. 1.00 gerous. i t rt-
I. country at the age of 67 '
director of the jJUiaml Conser- heir] '. Metcalf crlm. pros. .. .. 33.80 No channels! to follow totng over; along at the w>da fountain. Special creams andherlts
home I II Saturday
expecting to find his new a more f.afternooni .
; 'of Music. Tickets will be] put ;| Brannlng crim. pros. ... 10.20 walk after you ret there, and and evenings.V<- wart your patronage: and wif ,
and sympathetic people
reciaUve
eatBush; & Saford Flan] Co.nday I a j jaid I Ii ''D, Spiers crim. pros. .. .... 8.20 always endeavor to set that ; u ;;/. the best in outline
the life work which .
to accomplish ONLY 25 CENTS FOR;
the 14th. Reserve seats 'V 'ti Glrtman witness......' 1.00 THE
its general admission 35 rents.oterUlnment i h (believes htmaclf capable. t1OLEY'SHO11Jf.1A I a1rS I Gramllng. witness; .. ... 1.00 I Iit +
: 1 :> } ; I ROUND TRIP. : i Personal Attention A' .se B. Tee Doonl Krth. tl fort fits
should be liberally 1 mry Owens witness .... ... 1.00 '
lied I as It will he One of the best DTARseede.fewe. 1 'H. F. Atkinson witness.. .. 1.00 tAKE gWai to aH prescriptions \V. E. YOUNGS. :: PROP.

Area here., J.taw iw,,' Shackelford, witness..... 1.00 I I THE BIG BOAT. ?3t'
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5; v TH COLORED PEOPLE. |11 111' lit ;* I -
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<". H'RE AND lEtSEWHERE' :' HeWas | to I Many kinds of Stnff Dade County Title Insurance

I Smtcd Him '
:; T cork ot> the n, !ftisl Church Is I Iil are called i( !

ty' 5till i,(' ('gmssin, ";;; l.i..h,1MI and as anow rcJ 4t.: \\e areAILORS Stable Manures | :.1 and Trust Co of Miami Fla Y

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and Irsl r;;:;.j.+ 1"tlo>r known ins :;
F
w Dade .
i. .as rfesi.:' hate I ,f'1! into their FOUR MEfff i Coujity rmes : i ItCORPOpVTED.' 1 ,

.lwu fn Baid! : To Inontoht and T- .IJ..Ct. Paid ClBiLM t l 5121000.001
a 1. in o.der U kh ah'<'ail of 3* j I' < : F Up $511,000.00 Surplus, ::

p tllar4' ail {,be! a jr-aml l re ur: ord'-rs. vll this| liasby Sure Need phe Best t y Insures laid titles, rre-a-cs abitrate-s cj titles lctuland L"'uta .

n gh'eJ ; Jd. ,ns Hall by 81.Ag1 i i- r y mon"j on its o\\n account and for others. Acts as agent attomej-l, -.,
cep _
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"i fit lieriv broul l yabc'rut ..___ T _- I -- ? :_- I,
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+ !< f'Jli""pal L'hu lb. / ;: .ft I rustaslgnt'e., executor receiver, or guardian.) i
the I batisfactilos : .il"hfch I tol-1 ompostcd and Well 4] ;ttc a :I' A&&refa all communications to ,

M>. Clan'l Dorsctt ik still improvins our \\o| -1: .; It can only be had in one way. J\,: j-s I litre< I 135, Mi.mi.I; ;. 1 | S. L. PATTERSON, Sec. and Treas. I';
.
}. lis{ still T"1!
5t .Adam Stephen prO ; r&
.r sirsn! ith his;! dwell :, E.! \7ST. GOFl.a.TJ3SJ, E.J.1 aMtbesa) ...da.Rt>t.aaaab.?+RaPd .,aa.4d...et.4 ,

to.* f 1Kr I Delivered. to any Ration north of Miami f' ;q I',.", i ton. Any station
'
P many friend1 ojf ReV. .!< tn south of Miami, $COO a ton. : f. "

a Fo Up again will be after glad an to I i/liu-si/know that of SUM h..ral is Wemake, Iyts A from to 3uufnwasul'2 CALL- ---'ON HUGHE.i a CO., t". j Watches Fit for a King jI jIIf :


|I' I II |Vho handle the Miai.ii :Ide. k .: .

Wlk11. .I-I G. B. Stephens agent for Little River. +- _E you wear our watches will alt
r good many boy H vent out on a UP '" "f.F ".fTjrt. FT. : r 1f I be time.you' .
on
test bust yesterday. Weasto pave not learned I 1

whether anji in; ass brought r I
1 i OOOOC? .C- ?O--A" '38
batk except. ]emrtyjlre. 'IS or r.o_ Cil One of the best made
and a shy Suit time-pieces ; an

'Ii" Sophie I O'Nei; I,and httl daii h, I as 1 1cm aWe CONTRACTOR AND PROPERTY WL! ? .I our price for st is }

tel visited Mrs. P. ". Doctor on Ave Iz I : If you don't want ti. SAVK: :\lo\ JY. \ : can't <

nue.It.G. bPtwe I,-n Fir.;h|jand Slxth streets f j I II help you. If you do comb, to I $1.50.V'
afternoon 00
yesterday
.. 't. i I II j : McDONALD GO :
afx' I I i \ The. J. A. .II/;
f pno.of the best bappcr" fishermoi : Every Watch Guaranteed.Ladies'
Hf'1
s la'! the city is, the R|BV.' A. Jackson. .
II I Iof AND BUY YOllR
I gees out whenever he gets ready aniit 'S\ i

brings in several Ci ones. Guarantee|| work or give \ Long Leaf Yellow
TReT. IS-size nickle, 5.00
6 for it. open-face
v back the moou paid
Pine Framing Ladies,* siher caste
t. Ii. h open 15.00
of
Thoi. He ry. Delroy. pai
t | at '516perM. Ladies' i-size gold filled hunting; case 10.00 .''OJ
'I tor of Deerfleld and\ Fort LauderdaliX J. A. V RLEY size gold filled l:,.t$
M. E. Churchei; was In the city; "- ize filled .
= 2 gold 15.00 >.
Bank "
ational
yesterday the guest of Rev.", A.V. Next to Fire t Boards sam pricex\Ve also sell Lime, Brick [4 kinds], ['greatest bargain ever offered. One 1 1.16 ct. blue white diamo
Brown.fUra.. I I for only S1C5.00.Clyatt
_lL. ''iHf Cement Sash, Doors, Mouldings and whatever else a.

Strother, tb e efficient music Magi! + j| builder requires' at lowest possible figure. :8: : T: WHALER::

Tj.I V teacher from Cocoanut Grove was"I r CityDrugStore. t

: the city yesterday<<: )!, the guest of Mnlilzzle v I I '

r -Thompson on t Seventh street. | I You Know Where We Are=Hti Street Miami, Fla. .s Stable::

Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bamwell are BOX
., fanning the restaurant I'' left vacant by; ,' I 500 Md 802 Twelfth StrMt.

u.o.. parties laj, week. They an J.ABU"/flER| M.. U.Pr 'Southern. Railwa.cZTTZCTIVE % tALL

t: ,prepared to serve)! the public in first g letor. )('&Y.29,'1904.. KINDS CARRIAGES AND,:TURNOUTS. ,} ''

r; ,t1&u style. I: :::;;
Dally to tb.last. 50.x0 Nth sad a'.t' I I I SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY'

r |' lira. Kittle LoTett.. the devoted mote Drags Patenjf ileiicines.( ToiletArtld L.. J".D..I11e. ...._ .. I IIcI. R7 7 4p LY Jack.n\111.., %' ,I ..... ..- IMI Hy 't.11L.J..eup. HORSES BOARDED, CUFFED AND WED FOR. !j
B. Williams, cam I .. ......_. L..J"'IlPlo". __.. ... I'I"J 10.",
?>er of ..._.___ 4. IIo. Ry lOMp <
Sdjllfies. .
; _. _. .
Saturday : ; Perfumeryanii __. 80.cy t4 ota .r Mwo..ba .110 Ity I a aAr
.down on night last, to spend Lv enlunbla-aarssab .....:... -T ... ... .. 110. Ry a 00a Ar AtLautaoa......... ..... ... __ Io Ry 5,3At GOOD DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTENTION.E. is
tionery. .. .._.._. .. ..8o. Ky 91i-'Ia Ar Iaimr. Us,.. ... ..._.- lot Ity 7skrbrses.loro
w f bIG doubt the w ole winter with her CllariOlle ? ... ..f.. ._..__Naky USOp ArDaltun,0a ... ... .. Bogy 7asr !'. CLYATT-Proprietor.1)
here befor .. .. I" Ar Truo. .W k 11 L'
tighter i She was never Io"m" 110. Ry 9 Cnuuauuqu ) 'aI T
Only) Drug StOoln Colored;row+ Ar"sloIltOtl.. xy .. ... Q a C hr
1N' land: aems[to Jltfc! }}> plare verv muck com Ave oiA4r. nna amrr.as 4ri..chmond.- ...-.i I_. ... .Se.Ry 64Yp AfCacmuart.uhl0..... .. q&clOp
,. 41- I I", .".u-_ ."lllii F I 64
--- ,.- Ar CIIIOlto..111 ..._ ...... Big oli'i 1 DArCharlotG.aville .. :
'n The election used off qUietly IiOnly CURED CP SOMPTION.. r..y.chbLrs "'' -_..._ MO.a..4 ny> I II.Op aSp Lr.Ctnrou1.t40 sl.lne. aa;pAr GEO. H.
: MEYERS
1
,. Colored.10wn. a few colored \t a.lUIIJ.otuU.. .. 93t'p; I Ar(''''h'. ... 111 Pa Liras) 2C4r .. x
!
'I .. PRUIt155J I L' ::10' tuo.oU C iii sae 1' ,
Baltimor.--------
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jj persons voted.If Some were running Arihitadelhla.- .. ..Pita Y/Ia AtChleanl'I. i II 0'1'; 'I 1u.O. >'
?# around trying t : learn how to vote< Mrs. B. W. EVjJa. Clearwater Kan.. :':... ... ... P It R I I L. Ct.vunan. 0 C 11 a D'' 94'Sa Contracting Electriciai

.. [about 3 {o'clock the day of election writes: "My hu Ca id lay sick for three 3o-"a'n.+btngt0tt and Florida LiOIIIe C.r.Ar:' Ar T01rd D..ITI. ',it-Mien".4'---------C: It II A iii IJ D I 5 7laek.osvtlle :lOa!:

_F 'Cuuldn't ,''get the i out to practice the months. The doct irs bald that he had Daily: Pullman to \c.Drawing Yurko! Room ttl""l'lhlC L"lm'lima".O.. tea I.r'. .w'p'... \ Launch Supplies, ,I 1
Ps "a Line Pt*
Ar 1'1'101>110;t. II
|ticket. I 0 quick consumpiieil l1l We procured a bottle ,1'T I -- -alg-... rT.M.i'1' Batteries. Spark Coils Etc. f "'
of Dallard' t'rebound Syrup, and aW ur I saeLv ,.
.J::
I : !
A 1113 Miami Florida. Write for
.. n Si' A\'nuc.C pricesRITTBROS
It U imored that Mr. J. W N- it cured him. was fix years ago 4rpLr: Iunllt'nn. Ky Ity ,1'
r Tptt Jacboo..Ue-.. .... M u. L'y 0 lnullllr. Ky 110 Ry I M: ''pL.
wedlock sometime < bfrre bottle t...._... 1'1.>. ley Il Ua ',nl.. In" .110 I CL7, :Si!
o IB to be ,united In holy Since then we always kept a EYtvs.al4- '. ..... I ... Ar I. -> __
+ ...lrtulunlbuo, "'.&.. .... NI Ii) 6. -- --==-- =
In the near!future, but It has no in the bouslWe'cannot'' do with ArA.hedlle.C.... ..... . So. R. / IMp'u: I}..Tae flt'lloid l.hul.d." Dolly.,1r ,
j .... .. ..l1v Hk..holrd anareuI'ullma"
thr.n.ah
R. train
-' been authenticate L But however hiI out It. For. coiighi! anA( colds it Las nc Ar KnoSHII.lIot IIrr1nJ'., T..utlo .. ....-:wi.Lf: I GiC,'i steepu1ICaraJnc5,..tnrtleto.ew10rt. :
I is giving her a mighty! good time. Ht < equal. 55c! 6Cc") |. $1. at Ret Cross o\r bui.41Ue4.. :lo. kyt I 'L-------I 'n -
: .. .... .... .. "u. 4C.p'ArCarin.dL '
\r"QLoub .1 .
i I
t smiled very sweetly with' heat the Pharmacy. jf':j iJ j Ubi" fa_ 11 I._11 ISa I :SOIlTHST.. I >el IJSo.
J JlIullct
.. Magic City druf store Sunday after .>hI""plOI>-Dall) PnH..au Car between IJrl..I"g-II.'ln, .........10\11I.Sill and i II Ji. ""II\UI<. ta. M. It y j 'v

{ \ noon. BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH. 'x. Loul. I.I I.vJwup r Msrun. Ga Cia rd M It Ry) I 1040:Ste.Ir 'I'.. Mach.lneSho;

.. Atlanta.......la...\Lo 1'0$o II ItJ) aa'.trAnrl ,-10.World's 11. \
; a. ? Prof.! .J.{ W. &. Dethune is acting Henry.D. Batt in. Supt City WaterWorks Fair To I Ar lnnl"Jh"llI.la 110 Ky nK.ArMrnh.hIP.lenn ",
la.
t7av! 11'1'i .
.. ': bookkeeper in Colored TownHouse ilargai' Shullstweg "1 Itftets t
66l ; Via, rites: 1 A. I'n'I'" M. Frion 9 alSL '"
before dafter schooL Th. ,have tried man! kinds of liniment, butI LoulsONOi on Sale i L' 'II yeua. tutu .. 04 II"p.. i Gasolene and Kerosine Engihi
11..1 fo NnL..rk .
H
7t: f profess Is a rii ontpetent scholar ant roefved much benefit! until
I I I have never I I "u.l3, The Honda LI \ito d." I i 'IGENERAIJ
we know that Ibid well known hour I used Bailafd's' Snow Liniment for I II Repairing a Specialty

'' 'lIf'eds t ulate Itself on having I rheumatism anS pains. I think It the AkR1\\I. Al' JAC"I'o\ L..io.:

.:; in". lts employ i ischolarj nt this very efficient best liniment Vfl 1elrt1." ZSc.. BOc. flit Prom few Torkla's.hingbnb I .w.-So. .'.IeSv.,"w..ltlUdOflIlIl,1. ..Jurhlll Ftnrlda Llrnll..d t ImIOI:' 9w"a,, .m:..a. m. \
: 'ucinu.dt l'Itattalllkort y .. \
I Chicago tfl REPAIR WORK
I Friar : F1.rlda ,
Crosst'hirmacy.Health 1 4..d! ill.Frnia
., 1.lmll"I. L
i ,Red From "all..o CItY. :'I.n.lli IIIr mnh un."I'! -
; Ciurtuieti. A.S..vlllr..tc.-S" l,I. "11 x.b'nyfo an4..Iur" 'a Luu tri.9d5..1.m. e
I -Jfo HOPS 501 SEVENTH; STREET. MIAY 7.O
_. The program ;;;Thanksgh'ns! Pay I IJ 1-absolutely impossible! IIxmbtlpatlon Round Tnp Bummer Tourist Tickets now onisale.f. .
1--
: : is still Wank> hall we let it remain Wj:ylesent serious St Jacksonville.{ FiaC .
Many C. LU3K District Pasaanger Agbat, 103;; W. BayS] ,
go? I lope not A combination of the aces of liver' i liabd| kidney complaint H. ACKEkT. 0. M. p. H. TAYLOR. G. P. A.
a= Llterar.r. B. Y. P. U. and C. E. would ,WtJm neglected constlpalion. F. v.) HAHN f
I
tare
sprung P. T. M. gROOKS:MORGAN A. G- P- A. ?
? 'we think be a le to show up a good Such >a-Jtifplorable: ? condition Is 8.! H. HARDWICK. : ,
front j I Can he presidents of the
: a cure for It.
t young 'people's societies get ,ogether'l Kerblne mneeessarys\'ill'jspeedily: remedy matters. Atlantic Coast Line.Quickest Architect and Builder F Ft

They ht t They are all p. A. < :F-'r. M, Bronson, Fla., .
Llnds1t '
1 city. rlg 'in-rites, U 1902: "Having time most excellent service : North. East and West tit I now hate in my t employ one of tile test 4'

t tried Herblce iit;! ,Jind.'' It a fine medicine ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The Famous js>w York and Florida Special I draftsman in the South, and am better t;

The (Lltcrarv. meets on Friday night (for ronfUpalteri. lit('c. bottle at Red wild' Pitllman train of Compartment Sleeping, Dining and Observation Can, prepared than ever f<>r furnishing plaasand r
If nothing pr< tents. There has nol I Phsrnfa, ). electric lighted throughout, leave St. Augustine dally except Sunday at 11n. :: I iletaiN I tor!'gu ood buiMin: s fine cabinet t

*J. JlePnJUectI I !: for some linn ovtirm; 'roan I'' ..y.li A. arrive flew York 4:45 P. U. following day. I work. etc. 'I am now headquarters |Ii .,
work scroll and all
for turned sawing
.. to Inclement leather. All are tnlte.1to ) i
Sleepers am
"
'
Limited carrying
'1 I Florida and West Indian Drawlng-Rplm. j work usually. done in a FIRST CLASS
'a" attend these meeting, as they are NEURALGIA PAINS Dining Cars'' leaves Jacksonvlll at 9:00 :A. M. dally, arrive New York Z:(O l'laoing'min. I I
{ The for die IIJ 1
very Ip"'tructl e subject i > "

a cussioh is, "T be Influence of the Press! riheumatlsnjs! ftSr ft te *t *?-I*
.,.3i' Upon Mr. the Thos.Public.I. Hall'as Don't miss in the this.city field to the ;hetrating Influence of Obeervatioi Cars, leaves Jacksonville dally.. 9:10 A. M., arrive Chicago 4K( frames, ballusters, brackets etc.
*
/ 3allard"s Sntiwr4inlment.; It peaetratesio P. M. fol'i.wir.g Jay This train carries St. Louis Sleeper arriving St. Louli I and be convinced MIAMI, FLAmcrica's

the nerves and bone and being ab- 1:85 P. M ;
,.: When the news boy falls to bring ; ,
to you the paporl' especially if you pay in! 'e rbed Into ihe blood its healing Dixie Flyer leaves Jacksonville 8:051| P. M. dally carries through
to Chicago and St Lots, arriving! Chicago 9:11 P. M. St. Louis : t k
Advance for !!same make him bringOU I iropiTtleg ar- conveyed to eveiy part sleeper I

r ,prompt.two Vow the next want time.the news Please, and pay wt''or the body;fnu( effect some wonderful 8:04 The A. M.quickest following line morning by four and ntt-'hall' '!i i hours to Chicace. seven hours tct : \ Most Perfect Wheat

-25, 5' | and $1., lIt Red CrossPharmacy RESERVATONS PROMPTLY
cures Lculrrille.MAKE
are trying to give It to >on. but It 't\\ ;,oats. tad one hour to ,
. taken' money to do It. Don't wait for II !, I, 1. FRANK C. i OYLSTON. Distrut P ,"-fnter A:;ont, Ja.-k<:on\. I'.:>. Kla 1 r
:
. .. the boy to ask you for 'he money \\'henyon I The: ]mac TeIe. t''

;, know' it is due. Pay him end gel I Dlslfthous WRECKS. SEABOARD f
' your receipt Carelessness responsible for many 1 C3
I Differs from the I icyce.! Pushes onefourtheasier ;
I a t railway i'Ii'|jk and the same causesi 1

t 4 )'Our'means.Don't forget Never to never. eat dreSd'above above your I making an Lung wrecks trouble of sufferers But ;, 'Air Line Railway i ., and is propelled the same ways| ."."
From 4.
t means. Never drink above >'OU- means sfnce Throb of Dr. King's New ; i FOB.. I The less the friction, the easier the push/,

Never give to those who are able tc 'II Coughs Camden, Southern Fines, '
Consumption
Discovery ; Savannah Columbia, I The has less friction on its Crank :Bear
buy 'and sell you and your family.. end colds.'* | the worst cases can be RichmondVashinAton'Ualtimore.. Racydc ,

Never give jo any cause for a name, .pared, and l bjtoeless resignation Is no I :Raleigh York. .:. than any trther! bicycle. 'lPlumbing

A., but give to every needy cause thai longer necM! ry.; JoIn Lois Cragg of Philadelphia.
possibly spare to; and some I Trains Daily.
t you .ran Dorchester!i %asa.t Is one of many Two Elegant
'i time even hen yoii don't think you hoe life *"saved by Dr. Kings Seaboard Express ;Seaboard Mail I II
,. can|spare. To needy causes one New Diecovefj. This great remedy llpii i '
until he but to other Modern Pullman (jKquipmcnt.
should give feels
k: >ranteed tjr/:! all,Throat and Lung i
4, causes be should, reel before he gives ilsMMPt bf| ,Si' druggists. Price SOc. ONLY IIo2eTE1 NE I have an up-to-date 'plumbing establishmconnection
Readers,.hi ve you ever noticed that .
k I the ';wealth have more given to them in.* |L TMa Or!of|; bottles _tree hi.Jii tiifa4i l sttvm! front las: uiIf1tJFe! CrlfW. with my BIcycle Emporium; ai
y
than the tuedy- Do you know why! For full inform icn .:...1 l deeper n>%ervalinnst call on ant. agent of th I prepared to do the best work. Call and see_
If you don't yon must try and and out GEO. AIcDONALDMiTld Seaboard, orwriteA. !!
't Bat:above all trjr to give to those who ; ttll | ; ,

*'I r y-s _I" "' tire'! In actual need and refrain from Il'I EldlkrrarvaviseuA !.. Lalldoalt, 0. 1100001t11 l ,1j nss't.lli ;'tsIKgE JlJ; HII:1'Ha.! M. McDONAL1.;

giving to tl ioce who can buy and sellyoo' .
COCOA iTT ROVK. FLA. S. C. HOYLSTO-., Pass 'gt.
-.a' many Wines. I

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0EBAL 1 jblBlCTOBTp J. 8. patterwm, I. 14Coated. !.' i I bstbiilaoaaduIeVetsaTtdot tr AtThen I, -j.' --
e
t; p I..A. Parrtah, duo iL: Dend. I I ,e.e..ooooe.oe..eoe :

.R,.. COtKT. JUDGES.' Crc.IaJ1c. I. a. Rhodes. a. t. they tansd hula the mata toad DRALLB: iD o

Lr.Taylar.CUelJaklesB.. .crazier AnoclsUJaitte. *. Clam, P. c. Roes ReID1.C.J.J B.DoacJu. W'l" Che ]VIajorBy and track went through along a a rough pasture, nama toward. wagon the 0 0 H STILLS' f TIErITa ('t1LZTR1' ASD- [GGS.I. ;

Drake Gallon 2u.Ai
E.Mabry Aeaoclale Juana.onleatloa.toaayofthe I. Do Bess Jett.
mate b.addreurdaaree. ollet 1 )It B. Rush, Dr. W. .: woods. I 6004. Iherc.l Free.
.pr..eCautJoda..abould In the woods something aught hap
.n.. : DonI, J. K. Rumph Edw. mitt 6. HUm pen. WoodI..eet..th pin and pink I 1,: @00900000000000.0OOOOe ,
C. HaEnloe. u..!
Erwin, W W. Raulerson ;
U.s.tNATOK.ItwJaodl'.TanlalerrqJack.unvW.] 1 with arbutus offered many) opportunities -i I

u' .. Dr. G. Rumph, Ceo.Frlssell for the of
adjustment complicated
J I lOpwn Il(. Htla. ha 41W 1;. anew .
.:,r', ... 6te.nrn *. MAltorf.. r>nn cola. G. C. Safford L. B. '. -. lore affairs.Once j | -

: V..... CUIU1EKE'\ I Flanagan R. S. Iewell. E. G. '1I under the pines, before Dick :
'
II the'Ri.1Coss ,- I Frederick, J. S. saxelby J. G. : y The Major munched his bay and could fasten tbe Major to a tree In a -
tin Dinrtct<< (n-mbnurtmt .
I.. KoU,W. II. .... I'&lal"a., Frans J. 8. uIzner C. F. f':. ,.liicditnted. The Girl had given him an cleared space the Girl was1 out of the _

Ieooa. 1>1'It.\ct-IltJ'[ s. M. hpttkinBP Q Gerlack. A. P. 'Smith. JulluR ;Ripple} that morning reaching It up toLim carriage Bud away through the green I i v 61Y SQ 'CALTY( .

!G' Gartman James Stoneman F. 8.; f daintily as be stood nenr tbe terace. glOOUlM. ,
KI
EAILKOAUCOIMS 1IhSIUS > I Dick followed more slowly. Major
; c.ompb. C. o. R. Sulzer. A. E. '" > j mood
iiuiftl TliniiM hwjuiod$ to go
: H..Burr.. Browne LiUle Key Biter.JMI. West. Chairman.ML : Cautler T. N. Shanahan. MCrabam. ,; The Major had taken the apple carefully ( w ell it tirst '1 hen UM.re <.:iint> a silence

L. Mnlyan.JaaperL I 1 II S. Sewell John from the Girl' soft hund. HeJi.id ll.i'ii another lubber one; llu'ji\ there walllIo..mn'r"1l1l111l1
C. Itana. M..Jl.ou/'I .rk. i iBHaadquarten .
:
and iltce of tb%oJU..rd.' tu.ue Garthelde C. H. Seymour. R. H. : blinked) a slow "Thank jou" with u V 1JAAlA1.

.. I Gramling. J. C. 8a..t.I1.. J. P. I i iGaliatt Lis 'groat kind ees. Then nt After aw blip: tinCtrl: cause out from I 1 Jr JL. r
1 ,
I
U. 8.COM j3s10\ETt." F. Shaw. II. B. feumuiHUd he bud trotted gravely Dick under the liii. llt-r (olll' Iw'ae Holier.1'Uk /t1IisSL. Mrs, La 4'
J.4 !ft: i R. R. ,. i came Uluiiil her r-lij run up to
Ml. 4sRSAros | : Cautler R. B. Tay lor. Next to l>lck. Major loved
fen B. Rellly. ,
... IC '" Grimn&. A. M. Turnage J. I. [ 'jfeometlmeti! he grew impatient e"t"utUb him-the Mjijoriuil pitIM! him some .
: rotiyatt: r. She '
aj* **i trass. t-'li.iiM-tl; hrraiii around hislink
Gartman W. H. Tatum B. B. Dick. Now wan one of the times.!
ItlUmbrmclDK BrannUind Dad Counties.) and! HaiJ in :i tcry 1,1\\ twice: ":'J"- I
Ii I Hays. J. H. Tatum J. H. be rich flavor of that late russet still jor i wouldn't lit- MI 01111\,1] as Jour i -
i. E.S.\ Utmlck. Pslin n..cb.1| Hill L. Eo ID'r",1 In hl. mouth. He woudereJ "
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master -- uot Cuforl.IdsVuul! : >E COUNTY BEPBEBEXTAT1VK.!: J. G. C. H. the If the Girl herself The TOURIST RESORT
: O41 Hunter Watson Major- neverJrrtw Then lib ran away :I/-in) tliroutib' A

I.eraIaa,(:, W.King, Fu 4c ord., I I I HIlI, Wtllfam Whortori F. ILHetherington i t impatient with Dick. [ the soft 1'111.1if'.n "".1<111\\ Dick fol W ] H
aVel l '"
DADK cofvrv orricERs.it I lot F.Whlte. E. 1. I 1 I Of course the Girl lured Dick. One 10WI'4.1. There Wilt\ a ]lo.ik on hU face Y OllSeetcmallLtryefomfartahle ,

JadgAlleiV Heywr. Mlwn Hey er. A. Eo Wall, T. A. i f roultln't help that, even if one didfrow which Major rciin'inlicn to hate seen Overlooks: the I Bay. < ,

Attornrr-J I. s-.un Ml ml.crk Hall W. W. Whaler H. T. 'I impatient sometimes and want there lance bt-fiirv whi-n hI,];ItJe Major, 108 ['JIdtSL
Circuit Coni(and Hemmer of'L budl'lll'11 a horMr.ut-. i i | MRS. 1SABEI.L WAVERLY. Mum f&l.
O. !> MtomCocj4uu Urove.TJobn Hahn, F. W. Worley G. A. f o be off on a stiff trot when one Will Major graiis.nod .
luuiu-hiil
the : Us
Frobuek.IIU..1. Hughe. W. D. Wilson J. I. I Old to walk. But did Dkk love ,j'
,
!. II icks
cs-Tbos..1 '... the tell" i-ouM biiir voice
of Ts ltanlee e ( Horner J. W. Woodworth J. F':'I' Irl? Or was It Geraldine? I klHnkiuiinii: ..tlTin nj r.inm the |

Grove..e ell Tanta-H.21..Bukn; ; Smith MUmUHupertntruilenr ,Miami. Jones, M. Eo Wilson. R. S. ; lie'lIt to see Geraldlnnearly Girl's coolly ,iMl.int., t.-nt'ill/nu: : tlifiil < Hinson House :
.r-C. U. 'I w e.'k. ii ud almost ne\er\to see! I
of PuWic Initn I- Kolb A.. J. % '" verj' irk's aKaiu If nuly !IL'ryieo..ld! wail
.. '; he Girl. Hut time pot ttoXlung Y.
LT. JI.rltt.llu..aa'uta. was lung ". ,
'. O"llOU': uiatti-rii would )>< d.rrdtdTheii
I'll ol County C\OmIMI.IbP.-\ ;go. when they-Dick and the MaJ/\ Npwly Furnished. In new location. '
:
U Rates
$ I
LOuurmau, w* t Palm Bearlr. :1 was that the Major tuck .SCCoer da
o pIter; K. Ita Mi,-lint 1AI.1. .ull-.rU; lid waited before the Girl's door near) matliTM lulu his laws ..n' :i lie imllnl I SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th St.. MlamlilFIorld 5T
iJA. elcluf, CuUt ,
leweL 'Wlaml; It
i it' day. \
: E.CJ.Irbom.-1Clcrlt aDd, Auditor I HIPPOPOTAMUS HUNTING.ew every gently at the 1I.lh'r'I\\; ijinU' luow.lie I II
.Hl&lDL" ).' J. To'lie sure. they :always had waited pulUxl a;;iiiu II..t ;,u.i: I:d iJ{' e.c: h time I q .- I

r cot aT or ;JEVKSTH: 'JTOICIJ L and. ind ROTiictlniPs, ttio Major remembers 'I .l l i-k had K-t-n tlrul.III.' of 1
Art Talon
1 the Brutes ,
Big with 8itll, he had I
ltI .
CIRCUIT. now a crown reeve
i othor knots lImn th 'M H
In Africa. iA our' its tying
Dade ... Utilii.d and with the delay' 1
&7XmbnclBK (hd other .ountl. ) ,, Impatient : long I I when he CII"'II.'tlIlJl' M "-\'IIi""lIy. I

u\t ludp-Mluor.5. Jone I.BrgrLOrlan Tltujvlllc 0 hunger of big game in Afrira : But In time the (jlrll1ad always come It HllpWll(l ll ",.lIloJ.Major J.'JI"f:alli-r fell Come and See Us

w- -i rk of CourtEm tug Atu.roet'-J C berrbur M1.ntL nites: "Hippopotamus hunting, IB trlwell worth waltiug for. And before\ Wits tree. lo d" ;"i lk.il.' ..

Fall SAT.Tens nr of Fourth Circuit Court M, "nd ,cunvraM In NoTrmbrr.VI a rule; La not exciting, except from' : she stepped 1 Into the carriage she hadfilwuys 'I \\llli I,rVit (,..r.- i... 11./1"\1/ his Opposite the Postoffjce. I
his and fed him
Rtroke-1
tIC Term on rirttLMoniiay alter Your" t a canoe or boat where- the aniir.itba 1 nose spuci1. ll.ctv was ,1'1 I 11 (in to turn
...wr In ApriL li lump of xugar or :toM him uUtnlriugly .Ii- buckI I
a chance of turning the tablc&1 I I I around.Vryvrcr"y: lie ( 1 It.

"- DADE COU i1'' CO RT. If a clean shot. is made, he sink' I *hat a flue horse he Will!. 1 I I lug the ctrli.I:1\ (,:!.. .'': '1'1 lero. picking I ti

"1UlttJ.I..s '' AI1"nt.> Hcjstr. Ml ml. like stone and few buli \ Geraldine neker noticed him at all; : his may ore \the! ri"i.rl!) road and Ibroken I II flat OUR STOCK IS
Altorncr-4-- T. Sander*. 141&:01.l a beyond a :i Except, 10II.'rllm when ho jumped atin lif\ of '
la i- bridge,. our si.i\\ly>! I away I Hardware
I.
.uU&Q. bles the surface -
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on nothing more
erTena-.1r14'OUUJ J
automobile. The Major didn't
,
la i LrT.rmlint ap.o"e I I He did not trot. Uv .1111..1 '
w swiftly
-. Haadtj In 0rt0bN.i :July.t .. seen till he rises to the 6urft'ct{ of Geraldine, although perhaps, and sorely at for u M-nI.il l purpose. I I I SASH NEW ANDCOMPLETE and <
Jo\orll.J j
*Pall T-rtnt belly up, in from one to four Imui he was prettier than the Girl. But
C..LAKpOFriCK.aAISES\ LLB.IT. Any one Mdug; him n.kldi; have said:
; : ). One can generally tell h\ the t il- *>!Ick evidently did 'approve of ber. I that he was driven. \:, DOORS Farming

.L a.ebb'Bollin..Yeeelre....J trier.CHUaaIHRECTORT.. '' of the bullet if the shot hue <,M. t" The Major chewed away on bis crisp He michi-d the main ron f nii.l started I

,-' I'I' is .. ,ii"blow hey and meditated.: Sometimes be felt '
moitly snap shooting; j> fur homo. I
AroiutC and Ttb nmihiii }-- and novice ... :that be must do something desperate, Surely somewhere In the 'lne\woods I _
.&rnn,Corner a or ext I: .I\! (1.1 \ ( I
'(.,f rr 8una.y mornini at 11 oVloekUrrVbo : Vimethlng that would open Dick's eyes honil
that '
or on lonrf walk tbe two,
will often lot
"lock Yoossg IOn waste a (>f im.i- !
>l at 10 : Baptist t !
to the of the GirL
DBM ate p.n.: Prayer nwetlnfteTeHOSIUUM nition banging at etrno!' superiority Dick and the Girl would colic to\110 I Implement
... at WttToT & of away: 4 The Major meditated a long tlmeever under tnnJlng. '

J'- he sees bobbing up, irrespective his hay ,before Dick came to hart He I
grnoopAfp1 went on leisurely trotting eU8JJ'I
14 UwnoDirr BOCTH Uornrr AwMCa distance or p '>ition. The vulmr. 5Sg him. Tbe Major saw with joy, I

',tsMIMp.s.* .4SOi atrtet; Bandar t-my Soboo meeUn/WedM:at 10a.ml*: ble spot U the brain, and it is atrisabie .: {hit It was the single carriage which again up the, coming little bill nearer then walking and nearer slowly to I

...aag!I 11 s&7..:.: .)-.irtklMfueatljab.,0.m.. fi-unoonj: !. to wait for a side shot, nhe i was drawn out, not the surrey. That the first dwelling this side of the pinewoods I. +

,a.: (i. ....ttr a bullet in the neighborhood of thl ably two people should ride together a little farmhouse nestled
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"K.K.doacB..Co-tier Anne C and 11thAyeetPreachlal ear will surely find it." : IB I the same carriage at the same time among tbe maples. j ---- -

at U o'clock a. a.: Huadtj ,if as one of the Majors pet theories. from
further A
r...... S. ft ..... PrakchlBc at 1.-n<< > p.pstth m,. This hunter writes '-Dlck whistled all through the bah A woman pulling weeds a flower We f3axidlethe:: : ;;
bed looked sound
L.aa. (IS p. a.; JuniorEpwortk When we camped on the Kafut up at the of Ma
:---..:.p. _.:Prayer meetinc. Wrtfnesda} iU.yMs of from ten to hipj tie sing. The Major didn't know onetime jor's steps She pushed back her bat
at T&.'doellAU. are weleorae. j ,' thirty from another, but be did know: She Oliver TypeWriter:
I' glanced at the empty carriig
ilL.A.1III\11'Io1'Ulor.
; I popo.amiere found together, bra ,- bat when Dick whistled he was laI Then Ihba to ber feet and eallsfl"Wboar
", TuPRrC.escs.1. I Avesse g aa4 lath after disturbed several time sprang ;
being f cod I humor. Bo be.:the Major, pranced
ioralnf Pnnn II 'eloek oecl&J
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calMa.m,: ImilncPranrTJD: ; Wedac : they shifted to a huge swamp: t : { little as he had ,always done when, But the Major didn't''I stop The

., anise I JO; Ho1F gueharbR even flrf : the north, where the only way t was young to show that be, too; sod ,
SBdaylaBMintb. Flrrtaad; thlM SnadiiT**> woman ran down the walk through
t I&Ie klrawtB- and Fourth n> Oniin i I get at them was br poling canoe illaa light hearted. \ the gate and caught his bridle. "You're II.
.... B. PILIon.I'aIA1TDJd Brdo crossed
Y sac if' thorough about a mile of reeds am liThe> Major the bridge with Dick CburcbalTs bone," abi ..Id..th j Because It Is superior! to all crises..
12th t lDeI Arrnao .A. Vslow his
Increased
,, sue steady trot pace
.--....'-..ver7 AaDl\&fi morning all I o'eloc narrow channels to the lakelik' Sp the long hill dashed, determinedly a soft touch on his head. i"\Vere II 1 We are selling them too. tur-Ms "
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"Mr. ry 8nne.T evnat 7t!. of water whither your master?" ; "
, '. Dz.'s .W.FA-.r. [ patches open theJ; by the tarn which ,led to Germldtne'sthd. our price and terms are easy. 1C yo* 1;
. The Major didn't wish to talk. And (I
had retired. \ wi
. CsiirnAB acsascl Hoctcrr. meet at Mr i, The only canoes bis bead held high, drew up bet be did wish to be on his way. Bat the t want a good machine, let ns ten you ; ? '

m..-.-r.Oorrr's,at Cordon HopdaT.lOAIi Are.. and Bay 8tm i could get were dugouts, capable of t>e the Girl's house woman didn't understand. How could .1 about the
Mw.-everT .j
carrying not more than three men'yeTI f then be looked around at his mai ,
she? She was only a woman. She :
narrow, mostly rotten and Dick did not seem 111 pleased: He OLIVKR. '
led him through a gate and along ,
; TOARrS I a
t"?WUUaaI fl.OP TRADB.OJOWB.. patched with lumps of moist clay to i. med surprised, but that may bare driveway to a btg barn. : lie went I II

Tlce-1'IwIcSent. T. V. Moor top leakage. If capsized, they because the Girl was ready and' readily enough. The Major was al- I "

I Vhw-Pn-Uwit. i. K. Lam sunk like ctnnes. So, as the place t1ng. ways polite to'.woiuanklud out of respect : ,I
21 down the walk She
7. E. V. BUrfcrnan. was full of crocodile, we had always Bbe came wore to the Girl and her tipples! and
j bine shirt waist and her prettiest hat;!
B. B. Tainm. hand. We hunted lumps of HUgar. j
a spare canoe at to'' baud .1 I A miK-Mne shoe has been added; to
o-mort.- ItI.T Brow )( her slender ungloved was fattened
of In the barn the woman him |
Moon. J. E.! Lbrnniu* A. E.! .....- them Fuc<*e"fully! several times in &est lump of sngar.fs I securely and gave him a drink of water our I 1.1.. ..stahl'shment!' to satisfy the

J.'' B.;. Reltl,., F.\V. Hahn W. their .: for you sir," she raid I't'Ilcli-J and a handful of hay. "Vour masi i 1 oIQnn" ,ir a first cla. 'f repair shop

:. John 8.weILYTANDINO f Being useful a* butcher's meat, tup the crl :1 WI the l i river horses hunted ih' stood on tiptoe and patted his nose.1 !
: c.9KXrrrEE8. big were of you up she said us she Kent backto ('1'. ". ar tint -Icrnrru.cnt: Is lu
AW8-Anno.: W. K: Patterson B. ; rntematicaily. The hunter 3Ir. } ood Major, good old Major," she her .l\
weeding. '
i
j !iai.p o" .i''vl ml''<'hlnlrt!!. We are
JamM T. Seymour. H. Hy. : she
:| him. "I believe
ad. softly to ,
Wright, says: \11 the sat which 1 Almost an hour later Disk walked /
O. AaESBuller.. I I died to Dick as be helped her into af yon "'rvt "eLOFTON :
M: 3adiu I I we used; for cooking was procured bl C'&mage."that the Major nnderkltfhds hurrlcdiy aloe:;; the road andj up to the

\ Hahn. ,.. Tf.; Runts. C J.; 1're Jerlc from hippo. \Ve !had! l to feed from thoroughly." farmhouhe. Major beard hl4 step and -. I
.. ; uati\e the f me his voice. "Can I borrow ![ and I
forty to tty long on VVAioky Major," said Dick. be took worse
r.TTT AND BANrTARTJetapJ.iji. carriage here?": he was "Myhorse & EINIGI
station the rains; when "
during/ this lines. 1 wish I bad horse sense.
Vt. W. Enhw.Is ) has gone off without me""Guess -
Jr.. Prout. ; 411)-
; Flanagan. R aV; King. H. U.ZR .' II+ grain and native foods were dif.i-: ;t te Girl langbed. Major would go you'll find him In the barn. Successors to Lofton t: Johnson. Opposite Post Office Viaml, Fla.

> AXD HARB> rR8-GarUfl cult to get, t-o that a hippo, even if .iiIe over sandy roads to hear her said the woman "He went walkln'

B.; Rumph. Bd ard C; Tate he weighed three tons, soon disappeared .Itttafcb.. Now be started off at his best along by here quite a spell ago. Anything -_ -__- ry

AI AaaaIIaII M. S into biltong. Hippo make frit l He soon found' that they were W"1'OI1lr i r
ANb FRnOHTSB. $h_ out Into the country. Of that I I
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ADS tracks between There
splendid across country was nothing wrong.) In fact

f?_,. L: l0.r? C. D.; Lommni. bends of the river and the .t-C-Major approved fully. to the Majors way of thinking everything Do You Intend To Build: and
B: awls Wm. Woo McDonald. J. 4- natives round '?;buck and the Girl convened read. was right for'Dick's face looked
dig deep
-Bytoit-w. E. T.Cbss I various
t5yj enough on aubjt'Ctathet6ither '
branches just as It did after be Major bad
)
I. R; DoialL1t.: &; dauber T. these and cover them with : the roads ,the outlook for a
JflMnSMC..' LJUCULTUBB.Blirelur. and earth. The won that race many; years ago. SAVE MONEY;? ,
a .. r hippd, traveling; .Moil.' bay crop. Interesting as this When Dick and the Major reached
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L at night drop head first into twf topic usually "was to Major, be the woods there Girl rt
i along was the sitting ,
i. H artflUi '
B T.tum, ;
; < I eft- dissatisfied \
....! wC -. ,{ vaguely DOW. Vb1liS't on the -pine needles. And her cheeks INFORM THE in ,,'hic'- all branches of tbe Building -

: -BUIWfl9orser.. J w. that stupid Dick say some were as pink as the arbutus itself. And T des represented. The

H.:, a: Elm J. B.; S.w ll, Intuited.A would bring beck to the her eyes-well, the Major Just wished are
the she bad used members of this asi-ocialion cheerContractors
;; Whaler. H. T. gAcrUREa.frl.s.n4 I poet, Chapon by name about tone she'd look at him as she did at Dick. -
Ote C I.,b b she said "good old Majors Onelur&ooly fully will tnrnkh lans xprcifia
( the middle of the century ended 011. Dk-kr was all she said. Bat (

.. j T. T.; ColInA hi. A.; Rhodes It his days in prison for theft. Chapon to look at her the Major' Major knew. limns and e..timaU-H. Attdrcns z
d; B-ray J. B. | I kfifif. Twas easy enough.
indeed inveterate thief and i
W. 1C. was an : sniffed and trotted Welljjnew
iTJCATIOhAIoButdlne. than big or on. D...... ....I._.. \ Contractors Association
L W. W.; O-uttorJ Redmond B.Bai.lby. I was apprehended more once. the road-e1'er'1 Inch of ItllLlra. I ccfrtatilabULICill

A. Li J. a; imtt1l At the prison of Ste. Pelagie during : up hill and down past gay llttieuw Bnffon rose always with the son, and / MIAMI. FLORIDA

:; Kolb. A. J. i JORATIONBliiekmaB : his incarceration Chapon once >ks, between.fields bright with he used often to tell by what means
he had accustomed himself to out
E. V.IT. i met Felix Pjat, revolutionist and cfcjr pII. and orchards white with tbe got : i
HCOI I. -H of bed so enrly. "In my youth." said the.
: 8.. T ltUBI j -
communist who was generally in of cherry blooms, to the pine _
,
"I was fond of It j n 0 no 0 n on nn nnn
sleep.
J. W.KTERTArNMFKT4ll I very
o on the bank of the river where
[ : h*,< ". R. W. prison for some political otTinse.Is : robbed me of a great deal ofmy time. !

a. _. C.. U.nbal C. U.: KMllj,' political prisoners were general- tIj: 'rbutua wind grew.l1 was .soft and sweet. withnes I but my poor Joseph bin domestic) was COOLEY & HORNERThe

t i SnralL John. | ly cent to Ste. Ica0-le! and as Cha- It had stolen from the rlo-' ofvnt service In enubllug ine to
lOVBRTISINO-TlkUiin. B. B.; II"r. tn_ overcome It. I to j give Joseph I
somewhat promised -
a prctcntioai j
ponVas rI l Hosts of bluets raisedparasols
B-; B7ht& l3E.Jt Finn T.; Blackmii ,I and well educated person, Pyat supposed \ retJ' dainty In the dust of tbe a crown every time that; he could i I Real Estate and Rental Agents.:

7.; B.tk.tgton. make me M't at r.. I I
up
that he, too, .had been sen- !IIl1e. The world was very fair r
I Ut ot members, BvntMrtaj ; i, 'The nest morning be did! riot fall to i 12th Street. : :: : : : Opposite First National Bank.
tenced for some" revolutionary at- 1\ '11 Its May.
r tn an an a_ Don: awake mid torment me. but be TVeelveil I
tempt. So, stepping to him he : Major wished that he could talk. .
w. a. Jackson J. M. Jr up mil!} nbnw.. The dsy'after' be > u uu. uu _
Heed jltnpid to be only a none! For as
extended both his hands and said I
W. K q1b. A. J. did the wine. with no t"dtct; euccesa. !
: and silence fell
tent on on upon, I.
ed11. J. C !qUI. H. V with a friendly smile: I occupants of the carriage. The Mali )., and 1 was oblisi-d at noon to confess ,

JL t4mmu., j. a \Ye, sir, political offenders" Bead dropped lower and lower. He that 'I had lost liy! time. I ,!told him !

H. r. lisalle. A. 1.'WK. "1 beg your pardon, citizen," said -It ,ore and more slowly. II I that hi- did not know how tit manage :; DOANE &
and looking I his business; that be ought ti) think of > RAULERSONi=
LQIIfer, C. ; D. Chapon, straightening up fif Girl bummed a careless little tune ;

-, F. C. )4Donald J. A. down very coldly on Pyat. "I'm : un< >r, her breath. Dick addressed all)| my promise and not to nilnil\ my I

'Miynsrd.?W. n for stealing, if you please! ot.ofI.;; remarks to-tie Major and the threats. They! following; be employed I HEALERS IX
t.gcnLT.
W. M. '
r'I
ne. I I did as be thought best about force nn l 1 begged: : for Indul
) }rrltt. Z.. T. I I bid him
ir genes begone._ I stormed. but i iJoseph
I ( ard..I.. F. aa ....11.. i iSt'Vt'rnJ i ): I
1
O. Chol.cot
,E. L. Mailer. | lazy today" said Dick 1"1"'ls'.1. I was therefore Choice meats Live Rest Meats. oultry.

,, B. M Myers.. '1...... H. years ago I found myself too j I,I :1 Crlully. "He's scarcely I worth his obliged to comply and be was rewarded p?late \ttrnUon
much of an Invalid to be out In the i
,, H.,C. Morse, Fred S. garden -', k-Ileve I'll sell him when a chancel' every day for the abuse which he and dressed poultry F .\ IK TRn.\T.Mr-T:
sowing goods and with no ..
one ataiy
'e '
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suffered at the moment when I awoke ,
_. O. D. Moore. T. V. -rrlce who In my opinion couldbe ;
J. 1C. McDonald. W. H. : trusted to do It for me. A summer it Giri's voice was sweet but a trt-! by thanks, accompanied with la, crown. I ,

,>. W. MtKlnnon.; G. A. without Cowers was too dreary a prospect I 1,' .el tuned when she responded. The which be received about an hour after. 'lIooroeOC'/l to <;i. H 'mttFBSOl: St t

L V. N*11oi. Edwinw. to be contemplated. i i''I' Hq fj who paid mure attention to tones Yes; I am Indebted to poor Joseph for I CO. wkontaktUhcJlk bn.l- S
ten or a dosen of the volumes of St. and Ave. D ..
I secured half dozen :a9-to words knew that something my Corner 13th re I. l +
a wooden
R. J. boxes
Pct i
B. '
I work. !! {
I. Pioat W.'W. about the size ot caramon soap posse 1 j intuit be done for ber.'hat' should It t is
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..1 THE COUNTY I f. VOTE. Burdine '323. Young 47:1;: Hill; 327; The First National Bank arn r -

!Continued from I Mint page.) Nicholson 309. $} | .
Lemon City.- Parker '7 .itooeevelt OfMiM*
= U, j&iiibie 9; Hudfon 50, King 6t, 10.'Watson 3, Debb 2; CUtjpt to. Che- HAS UNEQUALLED' FACILITIESFOR

Hnc 12. Glt'n'io I; jHeyser 65: Tay ney 4, Wool 1; ProwardMcFar-:! THe TRANSACTIOn OF UNMISTAKABLY

let it4; Dearborn 6:1: Jones 9; Fro lane 4, Henley 2; ('rawfdrd6; ,, Horr 5, _
n lee.I C2 Ferris 13. tephens 1. Gau ALL BRANCHES OF LEGITIMATE -
I > ; Parn-tt 2; Ellis 84. Cubberly 5, Green
lay tW-rr,2, Wilson 20: Butler 57. Hughes 4; '('room 82: Stopper 8. iroberg 2; BANKING. '

t 11, jpirlson' 1; Raul rson C2. Ro",Ie> Knott SO, Brulsforit 8, ,,WcUel 2; Hol rl DIFfERENT
It; |Hall 59, Merri k 15: McDonald loway C4. O'Neal 17, Wale ; Resler I k.

u. $1. rton 10; Johns 59, Richards 9. 3; Jit Lin! S2:!, Rom If y 7. Pelt if r Taylor 1![ NOTICE.I ll I

k*1 Din: 'k 5R.\ Hslot: I I). WlnGeld 54, 73, Sheppard 1 2; C >ckrell ) I
5wMI CO, Pek 12. T'edell C2. WaldinIIbimR "thaCkll'-II'I Notice Is hereby given that Flora G
uft for 73, Whitfleld 71. Farr I'
1:1.-I' j Simpson, W. A, Filer} George B. Wal- ,
; 51, 1 ;; Parrish :52. Mil Axtell 5; Morgan SI, : ; I I.f
yJn; I dron, Jeanette L. Brown, and Mary C. i
Irr (. Burdlno 52. 10. Hudson t'5; King 81. HooJJJ, iicnn :3 I; j
i wainwright, associate themselves to
Tort Lauderdale eat even T.C votes Heyser S7; Taylor 75; [)far tOrn 84,
|form a Library Association, and after
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cnlj( two or three ol, which were Rp Jones 7, Scammel 1 ; Frouoclil86, Fer-
four weeks publication of this notice
j uli1)ean. Palm Be ch cast :.32:: but ris 8; Gautipr 82 Wilsort,;fti,1Cox 2: I'will'apply'
to the Honorable Minor S.
"''t'1'8'e not received a detal'edOW Duller $1, Hughes'' CaMBO'a 1>. Raul- I/Jones '; '
Judge of the Seventh Judicial'
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trout that precinctDelray.Parker 5 erson 83, Rowley ft, Row .&.;:3t Hall 80, |Circuit, presiding in and for Dade I .f
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Roosevelt 11; Richards C Dimlck Hafphl't Win-
; ; county, Florida for the iuiiu..:Ing charter ,
Watson I, Debs 1;Jpark 26. Cheney ; fit-1,1 91; Sewell 79. Peck I tweecloll .
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44, |Wood 4: Broward 32, McFarlane SI, Waldln 6; Sink 72 Kelgler 8, Gibson ARTICr1 L

3', Jearey 3; CraVford 27, Horr 41, j jv j 2; Parish 69, Miller itardin 2; ,
I The of the shall bethel
name corporation
Parrott 2; Ellis 24, t /Cubberly 31, Green i"Iturdine 82, Youngs 4. ,k.1 U' ,
4. 4; room 28, SklpjJpr, 37, Brouerg 2; f Cutler,-Roosevelt 4, Parjt t WJ20, Watson Lemon City Library Association
;
M t located at Lemon City, Dade county, That Is the Deep and Well Conviction I
Found
Kmt, 26, Brtlsfcrd SS, Kruel- Hollo- 2: Clark 23; BrowaMri Za: Craw- Florida. fa the Public Mind regarding the
41 way 23, O'Neal 45 Wolfe 2. Resler 4; I ford 25: Ellis 22; ?{l fnott 21.

Mean 24, Ron'ley W. Petit 3: Taylor I Drel ford J; Holloway tQ/r i Volfe 1, ARTICLE II. ;[ CORRECT CLOTHES

Sheppard 42; C :krell 21, Shackel- Resltr 1; McLIn 24; Tayli f.,S,1. Cock The general nature of the buMuess
... fore Whltfield( 2f:! Farr 34, Adams I rell 20, Shaekelfo'U 15, IWlltheM 15.: to be transacted shall be to establish -
i Hun
: 36\xtell 33; Mor n 24, Rlrchle 30, I Morgan 21, Ritchie, Siliu King 23.Hoo.l ,and maintain a public library: and read- ros. arid Comp n)'. Baltimore.

Sii3; Hudson 30; King, 21, Hood 33. 1 ; Heyser 24; Ta'I't\,21 1 + ; Dear.I.ora ling:'room. and to do such other thingsas .
: ......
i, be of the education, '-J "
Glenn 1; He>' er 3S Taylor 34; Dear-. > 26; Frohock 27; Gainer l ; 25 WIlson may productive --.1

; 27,|ones 22, Scam el 2; Frohock 25.Ferfis ,.I 1; Butler 23, Hughe. tk.iulerlOn amusement or Improvement of Its

f 27, Stephens r; Cautler 23, Wilts 26; Hall 24, lllrrlck ; ) .18, members or the community In which it : They are markedly I superior in style and work-
tat. On i Bailor 11. Hacbe I, Rlcha-ytq shall be located, and to buy sell, lease,
; DIm- ;
Gorton 3; Johns 20( 1 ; ; manship to other makes of
mortgage, bold such real estate orother ready-to-wear
CftriMa 2 Ilaulernon 27 : or ap-
; Rowley 17. Wlnfieldt6
Ick 23, Haight 2; ; Sewell I I i '
Rowan 6 Hall 30. 14, Wells "*" property as may be required for parel. Don't be deceived by the clothing
; /JMerrlck' 24, Peck 2; Tweedell; tn. 22; Par- pictures -
2; McDonaM 24, Gorton I 1J; .Tnhrs !f.,1 rlah 21, Kardla: ; JIurdin 24. Youngs the:purposes herein mentioned. ; you nee in the magazine advertisements.

Richards 9; Dinuclt 32, Haight 11; 1. .,.jJ..' T l ARTICLE HI. : Take these elaborate illustrations and'icompare
Wlpneld 26; SeweU 31, Peck 6; Twee- Deerfield.-Roowvelt C/, iPjirker 7: The 1 qualification for membership
HJt 27, Waldln 10;/ ,Sims 26; Zelgler Clark 6, Cheney 5; Brow"; McFar- shall consist In the 'acceptance of the 1 them with the clothes they claim to represent

t 13,|,Glbson 2; Parirsh 25, Miller 13, lane 5: Crawford 6, Hoi Ellis 6, proposed member'by the Association, i and watch the effect upon your opinion. .

r' ; Hardln. 2; Burdine 26 I', Youngs 7.'lUamL Cubberly 3.green'' 1; crooi jli i Skipper : and, the acceptance of,the obligations "Fine pictures do not make f fine clothes is ,
-Pwker 310 Roosevelt 80, 2; Knott 6."Brelsford .m|:ojioway 7,1 of membership as laid down In theehailer one.
Watson 24. Debs ;,1 Clark 328. Cheney O'Neal 4; McLln,7, Rowl ,_ j- Taylor by-laws and rules or the Association j of the Schloss slogans. This make jof clothing -

M.;Wood It; Brovard 326, -Farlane 6. Sheppard 3; Cockrell 3_;#hickelford by the person proposed. I stands on the genuine quality actually' found

Sr 61. }llealey 21; Crawford 314, Horr 49, 6, Whitneld 6. Farr 3, Adams 2. Axtell : ARTICLE IV. I in each garment. Look for this labeL It is
Partott 28 Ellis 310. 2 Hudson 4 King 6, Hoo S Heyser a
; Cubberly 44 ; ; ; ; The term of corporation of this Asso
Cretin,, 18; Croom :Jot, Skipper 43, 7; Taylor 6; Dearborn 7* Frohock 10; elation shall be ninety-rlne (99) years i coin mark of sterling value. The suits shown

Bros erg 18; Knott 292., Brelsford 56, Gautler C, Wilson ?; BuJirl+ ':: Hauler- ARTICLE: V. i in the illustration but faintly represents the -

WeUel 22; Holloway 269, O'Neal 70, son 1, Rowley S; Hall .7| filrriek 1; The business of this corporation shall j latest shape of Double and Single Breasted sack
Wolfe 22. Realer 17 McLJn 276, Row. McDonald 6; Johns t|: Dtmlck 1, be conducted by a president vice-pres .
hey.45. Petit 15; Taylor 281, Sheppard Haight 1; Wlnfleld 7; Se&tf; 17 Twee- ident, secretary, treasurer Ubrariar; a : [ We have it in popular browns and fancy[mix tu sFrom

r UfcockreU %81',1} Shacfclefo'd 266 dell 7; Sims 7; Parrish 7{ SJlne;; 7.. board of trustees lot to exceed nine, 'I .
OJus.-Parker 46, Roosevelt 2 Clark : $ :1: sa
Ax1e145 ; and an executive committee of five persons Up .
: f 43, Cheney 2; Broward 4f jUcFarlane to be elected at the annual meeting ,
63, lenn 18; Hey" r 361: Taylor 285; 3; Crawford 42; Ellis 42f:! tt room 44; at the office'of the Company on the I

Dearborn 320. Joni 75. Scammel 12; Kn.rtt 43, Brelsford: 1; {(ollo-vay 40, first Tuesday in'February.At : tweea

Frock 340, Ferri i 58. Stephens 12; O'Neal 1, Wolfe 2; McLln|: i: Cockrell the first annuM meeting 'three I r nfn 1,7f .W. Rfwdes]
tat.ae,,.,
Gatttler 288. Wllsoi ;100, Cox 14; Butler 41, Shachleford 41. Whit&IJ 40; Morgan -I trustees may be electea for one year, tr.a

t !|303. Hughes 65, ,Carlson 16, Raul- 43; Hu'lson 31; Kin .;,,45, Heyser :. thr e for two years: and three for three

erson 336 Rowley 9, Rowan 10; Hall 46; Taylor 42; IX-arbon.Jfi, Junes I, years, and thereafter, excepting for
31sMerrick :34 i Veils 15; McDonald Scammel 1 ; _Frohock 43J-I.:: ;T. Ferris the'' purpose of filling vacancies not

311| Gorton 40; J bns 296, Kichards 1 ; Cautler H, Hughes ,gj RaulersooitcDoimld mote than three trustees shall be elected ,

45 Dimlclc 292, Knight C6; Wlnfleld! 114, Rowley 1; Hall 45; 45; annnally, who shall hold office for I

t 3074 Sewell 322, reek 58; Tweedell Johns 41; Dimlck 43; t'l field -42; three! years. -
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k '. 303,; Waldln C6; Sims. %S:!, Zeigler Sewell 41; TwefdeU 42; llnl 1 1. 41, Zelg- ARTICLE VI.The 1- r----- ( ,
b> the Association at Its first
CI1.Ion 12; Pari32, Hardin 31'1] let 1 ; Parrish 41: Burdl 4i
.. by-laws of this Association I rn:.Y regulrr meeting celled subsequent to l
,- -- -. -- -- i_ Tthe I Iof. compl-t'on of Its corporation and
; .. .-.' "';';' 1--. --,--- -- -, -- I
they may be made altered or amendedat SBSgtsdy's Ilft sty Jhpn
/ w me .
way I pre.strdbs
any meeting of the Association after -
: .its .ee tikLl
two wee'ks notice to be sent or mailed / -
+ +
to the members containing a copy .
Y. ghee/
IIIiIY
of the proposed amendmen If voted nay
Masts h air .
Out
: x of the same practical import as said ffua. .
1 ? waft .:
f : notice proposed.

j : : ARTICLE VII. '"

I The highest Indebtedness to which ,

4 ", a t h' this corporation may at any time sub 7Vy our RED CROSS SPECIAL
ject Itsef, Shall not Tceed the amountof CRAPE PUNCH,
file thousand dollars ($5,000.00). PHARMACY THIS WEEK.Piatapple
j,r M Tbe New Dria*. ,
,
hr' TROUSERS The amount(ARTICLE of real VIII.estate wbioh the You + + Frost
l NEED J e. L. Burdine,
corporation may hold shell not exceed wi711ikek. President. CUrtt PAt

ten thoubtf,t d d. lara ($10,000,00). I I

ARTICLE IX.
'1 t. tt ,
I
ramps ,
C. I The of the oSlwi to conduct ,
I We
uny Uk.
w t. the business and the trustees In w hem 1

title to prppe, ,y .hII vest u ::11 the hrgtst issolmvm t.f i,

I;: Men of good Idgement? appreciate be fin-t: elation! : under the cha er,. siiall indusus '


trousers Flora G,/Sirrp'on-Preiden II!IC(; 01115lI

ac k R having a pair or if'o of extra Corn,tat| H. Kejs-Vice-Pretsldert; (i1). .
a., Lyra G. jl\'alilron-Secretary.

; II ( Jeanette.. Brown-Treasurer.

They are haI1Pi to have around I Mary C.1Vaiuwright-Ltbrarlnn.! I II
[ JoXEC TI rE-COMMITTEE- I

'' in a dozen di "fcrent ways-Saves I Flora G. Simpson. I .- arc
I the wear of the pair that matches Lvra G. ,1'aldron.Jeanette -

., l the suit arid ;dives a spice 'and I ManU.: Wainwright.ChQrINtf L. Brown. .

: I vanity to the earers appearance., : J. Albury.

We have trbtgrrs: for the K nee- TRUSTEES Flora G.jsmipson.( : I Seybold's Bread

Half knoW need
dy. en you
: ( W. A. Filer

''ti a ,! trousers, also larger part lof the George B. Waldron. I

itfa other half. 5> O O O ; ARTICLE X. : t
th I I, The names and icaidences! of the subribers I I Is made under [hea'thy' oond'tloca.!
I I We do all .
'J mixing by th. latest machinery
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<( are as follows:
w- ", flora GS| Simpson, Lemon Cay Fla. I patented. : '

( Jeanette; L. Brown, Lemon City Fla. -
Wopsy.TrbuS'Spoil I rrn":2": A
,, George B Waldron, Little River Fla.
,
h
I Mary d \\ariwnsht. Lemon City I
I Ix .na. '' I ofour Homemade Treatfor your ,

P J I Spoil the looks of any man. : : : : : : i} How arc yours? ,,1 1 W. A. Lemon City FU I health. That's v jiy yo: :i shard try It.
The Kind
Filer thatls preferred by peoplefor
fe _I'i 1 I I Before personal! app{arrd Flora miles around. '
: iG. Siraofpn, W A. Filer George B.1Valdro't iI i iYE
; i Our new trousers'fire ready for use. The jleanette L. Brown, and MaryC. iI I I .

>i I styles are right, I tfie. prices are rir''*. Come' Wainwright to me well known to \\ DELIVER TO ANY PART OF. THE CITY..
1 1I be the reasons described in, and who
i.' them{ r. '. snVcrl 'i{ their names to the foregong -
I 1lI&- '
: Instrument and did severally ackoo JOHN SEYBOLD. :'
I '<'le.:g4, each for himself that they
execute the same for the uses and
purposes therein expressed. Miami. : : ';!: : : Florida.

Witness my band and official seal at -
ft-- 1 Jon.Seweli 4imC Bro. Lemon City. Florida this 11th day of
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I October 4- D. 1904- 1 I
(Seal) Homer! E. Woodall, JENNIE[ M. PARRISH, ; FRED BUTTER a.
:1 : Justice of the leThe and Typ !wrltei*..
aye, -t Coon Reporting Depo tltoit.,:MuifoM General Contractor.;;
work Teacher of Shorthand Office 1
MMMl'S LE3DIXG.* FUR.V1SUERS. TO philanthropy that Instsfj upon a i S Twr fth tr_'. : Grading.BI.stlne. e
:1 of Uterest Hour 10:00 to 12:00 asd'2:00: In 1:00.ke.ide.ce |
regular and :ratifying rate WeltsfprllletSktowalkl r
:21 Meaua C.
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baa a few holes In its .armor. .nd R.>ad Construction.

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