The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
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lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00221
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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1,, 302 I*.tan.MM.1. ... MIAMI, FLORIDA. SATURDAY DECEMBER :3. 1904. C\-: ,-
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ANARMI9T.liCf!S -I: The Smith=Dusenbury Marriage The Old Maids I in ConventionThe TLocALNEfl'W!

A wedding, that carries with I It both now at work In the keys of the lower The Old Iald's Convent on held last verted the old maids Into

i : Ii[ surprise and Interest alike to blends j,I I coast on the proposed extension of the night at the Fair buBding under the, ,girls. pretty young i f FROM KEY

j and associates, was solemnized at 8 I, road to Key West. He Is thoroughly direction of Yr,'!. Ulla .f Belle Cary :I Th'e "transformed" were all fine, WEST
fJ 1 proficient in his profession and though for Trinity Guild was bolh be most among those deserving special
o'clock this morning by the Rev Dr. hiss
-J'' I I Iin this section but a few months has i largely attended nil moot enjoyable tion being Miss Elsie Davis, who I
W. W. Faris, at tho beautiful home off i ir made hosts of event I I gave H- -
I1ta :t;i friends who predict that ever witnessed In $tlamL an enjoyable reading In which she dl.-
At Port Arthur' r Purpose 01 r Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bradley on Twelfth;|I he will prove equally aa good and Loaf before the hour begin the I|, played remarkable ability as an elo-

street. between Avenues- B and C, and I faithful a husband as he has a man and ticket seller bad begun t<
BUIJJnlm Dead.F ., I In which Miss Lela Lee Smith I was associate. tug doom only" lAnd that Ceru I I the rendition of the song "At the Spin- Are ,
matrimony i The marriage was quiet and but all soon taken. eYjn I!, fling Wheel a most admirable man Doing.
united In the holy bonds of
; few knew that such.an; event was on The arrival of the maids" as ner. Miss Kate Hahn. whose singing (
flf to Wm. P. Dusenbury.The the The consisting they entered the b"lldl toI I -I
THEM I I tapis. wedding party g land went is always, 'so greatly enjoyed: little I II II
,RST OF II WAR JAPS' ,''BE- bride was one of the moSt popular of Capt. and Mrs. C. H. Bm ley.1Ir. the platform was the begihninz I of rich Miss! Stella I Budge! In a line recitation I
n I and efficient teachers Inj Dade Fred S. Morse Mlsd Lillian Norton amusement which contln ...1 throughout -I rendered most perfectly and Mr. Mark I KNIGHTS. OF COLUMBUS LODGE

!L1EVE RU8SIA, fin N=_HIPS ARE i GOi county and was more recently principal and Miss Unlit Rickards, the latter the entire'evening. Mr.;. W )1.1 <'ar>. "" man" upon whom all the old HAS" BEEN ORGANIZED-THE

LING TO ESCAPE 'OM of the Cocoanut Grove school two old associates and member of the Offer u president calIe. the \' maids were attempting to show-r their I I J .
s w ATTEMPT; which position she resigned to cUt her I faculty of Dade i i county schools, assembled Plea. to order and did II ii- b-.a"n admlrlbly : affection i GUARDS DEFEATED BARRACKS

HARBOR OTHER WAR NEWS. lot with the man of her cholrel She at the Bradley residence throughout. The report of. thoI..)okout <:mmit- TEAM. '

JJ! Is well known throughout the county, where Dr. Paris performed the sacred The costumes were ,Jrwus and tt't'" made by Mm. F Hand, regardingthe

>> II having been vice-principal at. West rites that made the. contracting.,partie befitting the ages of the,P8rl.dpant prospects for capturing home of I
) ] .fi irTok1o ir Palm Beach, then filling the same ca. man and wife.Immediately. The nlaute. treasurer's report, and the widower, bachelor and eligible j, -j i ..
'I", paclty in the Miami school and at the after the Mr. to roll call with jI a
r De !o1) unnlstlce I i ceremony quotations, young men f MLiml was greatly: en-I I
I between. the.comSaltaiU at Port 'Arthur beginning of the present term was and Mrs. Duaenbury were .driven to here all exceedingly LJduoOUtI, pro-! enjoyed and pruvoKtii a trait seal I ol Mr K. A, {WiKMell,, brother of theUte
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"t ,wa'declare I'd jr&terday'forj.thepurpose !. transferred to the Cocoanntj Grove the San Carte Hotel where they registered voting great.laughter. Xll the characters laughter as each one was singled out Miami Jam -.. X I Waddell.I arrived. from

f of burying the dead. The armistice school aa principal. Hiss Smith was and where they will remainfor weN exceptionally but too by name and his particular qualifications Sunday night and I* registered
lasted alx I If exceedingly popular with both patron a day or two before going to Home numerous to particularize. Mrs. Jack commented upon. at. the Jefferson

r > t and pupils who wish her all that! happi stead where they will reside for the Graham a* the maiden off 63 was especially Altogether the enterUlanwnt wa Mr. Julius Otto returned from a

i f PoRT ARTHUR.in.. 1 1r' ness and success that attends married present and Deaf where Mr. Dusen good in her song j a great success and the ladles In short visit to Miami on the MarUaique

v.MAYIA TEMPT; ESCAPE, life. .> I; bury I* now at work. The Metropolis The' real fun of the ( .evening.. charge have reason to fed algQf Sunday alp.

Mr. Dusenbury I is one of the efficient Join with many J friend in extending Pm Pinkerton, represented by Judge gratified over their effort to pleas a* Mr. Rafael Perez ,returned to thecity

Tokio, Dee. 3..1n general op!Inlc chief engineer In charge of one of the best wishes for ,happiness aa.1'prosperity Heyaer with his wonderful' Transform well a* to make a round ram of money Sunday eight from a' visit to his

: $ ben b that.the Port Arthur fleet:..nl surveying parties of ths F. E.JC. Ry. to the happy couple._ _*> (-) her machine with : 'hIeh he conTHE for a worthy" cause daughter, who' I* attending I school ta

-J attempt to -mk harbor become untenable or when the GOLDEN WEDDING prosperous the fruit and track growers Mrs Joseph
rusaian plan for, etcape mature j II III ( OF PROF..AND MRS. GORTON THE $5WEETHHRTflTSEI-'A'A ''CROWER K CKS become the more prosperous win to fail I from her doorway lad the Mon misfortune -
Miami become.
It Is evident that j most of the thlpi day morning severely spraining her
unfit fO II l.er- A Half Century aa Tocher, and Most I Dade county has a future
are grand She
there damag&ijand i arm. I Ia now resting easy .
vice bat tome hate!! ,fightlnrf power. of This at On Place.A BURNED S f A l TIMES ahead of her that ahe.caaot be even The little daughter; Mr. and Mrs
wedding celebration was
The Russian arf'clearing, the harbor approached by any other section for Saunden met with
(' painful accident
of mines which ,js manifestly to| preserve added to the pleasures of the Thanksgiving the fruit and truck grower, and also Tuesday
r-r-pe. season for Prof.J. Irving Gorton .- for cash f. o. b. buyers-no lets all be morning, The little
an avenue P fell and
one broke her arm. Dr. Light
I and wife at Little River. The anniversary honest, just, and brotherly, and each wan .
VLADIVOSTOK JFLEETAGAIN1 j should hate come on OctoberJ6 Gasoline Tanks Exploded Yes'j Thinks Unfair Statements as to work for mutual benefit to each other mnmmogwl.Mr"Joshes

RAIDING SEAS.I but Mrs. Gorton was In tluj Northat and don't get hoggish, for fear the Curry proprietor of the
tt L.:' that time visiting children and teraay Morning Causing Fire. Crops Have Been Made. feed trough may be turned over before Holer' Jefferson.. Is ilL .

Antwerp Dec. I"*1(Russia' U leportedtoagaln 11 11 friends near New York City; land sot I -- the meal is fairly started Mr. C. M.|Roberts 'jhas received his

be seek! 15 lor dispatches"provisions the children planned a surprise for i iI Third. I subscribe, as many othersdo apJIOlntmen 88 clerk In the petit ofiteehere.

and am u ihIons l with | the them when they should be united' at! During the early hours jesterdajmorning :1 Editor Miami Daily M(Iropoll i : I am down here, to '1 certain New York He w It begin lis duties on the

Vladivostok aqui.ilronL and It it Thanksgiving I time. I the power schoouer fishing: writing this to you as M !mi's leading publication that claims to give reliable j IIrst of tuber.Mrs. r-
ported In i Circles here I that Among the surprises was a cake j smack. Sweetheart, owned by Mclll.: paper asking a great f I
_; suffer, have been atd as high as J22.-'I' decorated with ten five dollars gold value &:. Clark, ,wholesale fish dealersof I : and brother truckers' wl a are appreciative '(1"0''"')' for the quotation, but they are! holism' nn strut has leased the

50 a ton including jail risks for ,cap-I I pie.-es.the gift of their six children/' this city, blow up, cnu.hIre: and, subscribers of \011' S. This favor(not reliable and we aru not "moss- island and opened up for

tures" -H.JL(J l!! I There were other presents of money, was totally Consumed white' siding at i Is for you to publish frui 1 this !o tlose acks" enough down here to believe | tmsIRPSa rIval daU"h1'r Hiss idellCtheridge

I etc. and a bpeoiai remembrance from anchor off the lower end ot I/ens Key, : of the trucking! season, .,ally vegetable i them as such, and, if more Ttentlon j will hare the
RUSSIAN INFAIfJTftY : a number of the school teachers at 123:!; miles distant from ths! port. market" quotations! l>y wire from :New 1 and justice Is not snon in thoM* iu'v the lttotel.

WAS ,'E LILY REPULSED'I i Ossiuing, N. Y., where Professpr Gorton ; This was the information brought York and Jacksonville, hud also local 1,11'ont, hero will "....n l I.e a big fallin:; I! "hi )'- and twentYfour-

was snpprirtemlint! of schools for hen tins i.iornHi \Ir Captain Sam markets from our looa 1 1'iivernI 'iff of fruit and I trtn-1 ;:rmvli I ,: i.ihsrrib1 j second clan passengers; anh'Mfro
Tokio, Decemlw H t > 3.-Manchurian I I I many yean Letters and congratulations Fnieh, of the mail !boat (plying k-tw.-en here I i in no favor you iouMlm, \.. us ;1 < Its a too plain ane of tickling" ; I I Tampa Mon lay! nigh( on .the Olivette.Silvlu .

headquarters repxrti us'. last night gays: were r\" \<-
"At 10 o'clock Vhursday. e'eninf.the c friends by the score wishing ling life) facts of the disaster were learnel. I also x ant to enter "lIIe"iorons ,, mm All \ee'eant I U justice and that :Monday ITIJI In the' interest of the
enemy's infant' j attacked Machu'auamlgn and happiness 10 the couple wbo have! Captain Frees was at long. Key at t .'kicks'in. h..half of aIO' ('ollnt e,, sac will have if one will not glare It we I base hall tiMr fey

Mountain 'jut..were Immediately spent ahalf century together. : II the time and learned the details of the truckers. as follows: will go; to another and another until : I..-, Mallard i formerly of the

,repulsed. Frlda; 'evening! the enemy's Professor Gorton in June last year destruction of the smack from her': Fmll. Against all pub i"I.,1 unrelia- ) we set It. : Eleventh ( mpanyICuast i Artillery

Infantry and I'':avalry approached closed a half century of I'Chouteach./ crew", after they had put .off from the I ble articles regarding air and large Mr Editor, taking; you for our friend I I now emid.iyjHl by the Key West Electrie ,

Hungtlrelatltzu f it.were driven (off., ing, of-which some thirty-eigtvt years burning vessel and landed at the key. I crops of truck soon to I e on the mar wt ask jour help. Company is suffering from a
,,'j were spent at Ossining, N. Y. !;He and I It appears that during Thursday night; ket, when the truth 1s. Iht're loft.'f'ry "J.\CK S.MAUAVOOD." mashed finger as thfi result of coming
{ EXCITEMENT ANd) SLUMP his wife then became residents of one of the fishermen, named Pace I' few trucker'l that hay plamed and I Ij into too che contact, with one of the

..; CREATEdIN; NEW ORLEANS Dade county, Fla., at the home {of their aboard the Sweetheart, woke up and j over 60 per cent of these have lost CRUISER TENNESSEE many cog Wheels; of the machinery.

New Orleans 'wi.-- 3.-There was I a daughter Mrs. George B. Wal ron. of smelling gasoline or a scent similar I almost their entire crop,I liy storm and LAUNCHED TODAY. Sergeant tVm D. Evans, of the Hoe-
heavy slump on the, market. a result Little River. They are developing' a to that coming from a smoking lantern. beavy rains and as consequence pital Corps.[is expected to return soon

.of the'announcement" of the Government pinery and citrus grove, with the expectation He investigated and lound the lantern vegetables for Decembe January and I from St. Louis where he ha been at

bureau report on the cotton exchange of spending the closing years alright after which he looked at the I February market will te very scarce, Event Attended by Many Prominent ,ending they) fair. He. I* also visiting

today and a wild scene followed. of their wedded life In the sunny land machinery but discovered nothing as time will prove. SS 1If n buyers and Persons From T.n"..... relatives in that vicinity.The .

j |, of their adoption. wrong there. He started to return to commission men near )land far, woo I I Seniors and Junior*, of the Convent

This Is the 1 est- crop yet raised Friends at Little River and] Lemon his bunk but before doing so thoughthe read of good crops! will naturally try Philadelphia. [)p.o. 3.-The armored of the Mary Immaculate, presented .
and price fell from ]<8 to 5S point City Join with the friends at the North would see how much water was In to hold down prices a"sjItfng Lountlful the three-act drama "The Step

within i a short | time representing in wishing the "bride and ''groom"many the bilge. To do so he struck a match shipments In the near frture) when In cruiser Tennessee was launched at sisters." Tuesday. !Each actor _was

w about ,1.50'to the bale. Janna/y option returns of the happy day. and an explosion immediately followed. reality they are not hers to be rhlpped. Cramps shipyard here today under fa good In attested, part and the J

tumbled to'788' and March to 802. I i Pace was quite painfully but not seriously I And we truckers, being It he direct sufferers vorable weather conditions. audience their appreciationby

There was later k i!jallght recovery ONE MAN DIEDFROM burned about the face. and financially by Isrepresentations Miss Annie Frazer, daughter of the numerous, burst,(of applanne.: The-

"from these flgurei but Ihe,battle at the EXCITEMENT. arms by the explosion publilhed Governor of Tennessee, as sponsor specialties were very good, especially j
s ringside fluctuated eo'rapidly lea t|long broke the traditional the duet from the "Wang' t
.The flames at once communicated I have traveled an ov r Dade county bottle of cham- opera sung
after,11 o'clockJthelllirket was' :In a Hyannis, Mas*,. Dec. 3.-Fire I here I II I'I to different part of the smack |nd the and In fact .U up and down the F. E. pagne over the prow .ltt the vessel slid by Misses Florence Alvarez and Mary 4

.r highly troubled ftatej II early this morning In three hours de-': crew barely had time to take to the C. Ry. from Jacksonvin'to the Homes- Into the water.A Louise Baes, In costume The affair f
.., strayed thirteen structures. Including : small fishing boats astern before the tttead Station and have personally in- large number of Invited gue"U was given tor I the benefit of the east- t
TOTAL AMOUNt> r OILcorrQMj the Universal Church property. The whole vessel was ablaze. The men vestlgated' present truck prospect from Tennessee attended the launch vent library. i

pi tin __ I damage will reacn $150.000 I with a made for LaM Key and later went to : and find that not ever s-,5 per cent of ing and were afterwards entertained The prospective Knight of Columbus .
Washington, to small Insurance, on account of the Planter and are now- en route here the truck raised for market for the I I at luncheon. I held aj meeting Tuesday which #
the agricultural f1'T-Accon11ne;,! otalDumber rates being so high as to make Insurance on the smack Corrine above months of 1903.04 will be raised: was largely attended. Tblrt,- *

of bales ,' for practically prohlbltary. One man Mr. Clark of the firm owning the for the same months of 1904-05.; This.: Prof. W. \V. Hall went down to Cocoanut members enrolled their names A*
,, the current yeaijjwerf: :.16,100.1' dropped dead from the excitement attending Sweetheart u seen by a reporter and, If known will cause a big difference In I Grove this morning tj spend this Is a sufficient number to obtain a J 1

J I the tire. he stated that the vessel was of 'Z5 prices. j the day with friends. charter. the j sum of $50 baa been cent
GREATEST CROP ;iff l ls I for the
1 'IKiMANY: YEARS. tons burden, and was In command of Second. Now I wish to enter another same. Captain halos who
| I Captain Taylor, and carried a crew I kick against the pooling I of prices I* an old knight, delivered a very Interesting t
New York. Det -H{ e Government ST. LOUIS PIKE HAS of twelve men. She was fitted with .1 paid truckers by our local Miami buyer MEN AND DOGS SUFFER discourse on the.benefit of

d estimate of the jeottonj pop Issued today 12 hone power engine and hud tanks *. It Is useless to go from one buyer the order, jfor which he received a
surprise more people than; any capable of holding 125 gallons of gasoline. here to get a better bid from another vote of Aank* from |the members A s

report of recent: rearii[The announce A HALF MILLIONDOLLAR The boat was one of ,the beat buyer. They have daily mutually Understood I FROM roll cordial invitation! Is:,; extended to UM

ment was followed in a sensational ;I and largest smacks owned In this port prices to offer and If this Is gentlemen of Miami, who wish to become -

break In priees.Wl ttie; decline which BLAZE and was valued at $5,000 by her own not at least modified I nope some one Knights to attend the Initiation
baa been la progress jjfor the even, !Put era. She.... uninsured and consequently else who Is satisfied with fair profit IN KLONDIKE, which will be held when the State Dep ;
month carried the market from uty arirvesJ! Every effort will be madeto 1
la a total loss to them. will come here and buy f. o. b.
8 1.% cents a pnorfd sufficient to obtain transportation.
to rates of
jew aid While not knowing the exact cause I am just and reasonable enough to r
the .. cotMltlon* the exciting
reflect fully of
game basket bait
t of the explosion Mr. Clark attributes know our local buyers Ic.n't work for

slzeof crop declined reported ner-tb-. bait a II(cent St. Louis. Dec. 3.-Further 'Investigation it to the tank leaking and the explosive the honor and pleasure In handling Seattle Wash. Dec.. 3.-A special was played at the !Armory Tuesday

Prices 'nd i by the police strengthen the fluid escaping Into the bilge wfTTrT our products, but 1o expect some little I from Dawson City says that the mall I night between the Key West Guard
In Januarydroped
In a half hour, I and the team from the Barrack TheGuard
forty.Ilpolhti from : and belief:that the fire on the Pike which It ignited when Pace Firuc* the m-*ch division of profits to the producers. 1 carrier between Valdez and Fairbanks !+'I woG ,
Rome." who favors flo. b. ales If i by a score of 6 to 3. Another .
With their characteristic one
destroyed the "Streets of and enterprise am suffered the most
other months llilrer t n a mea- I I and Messrs within reason, but I am too poor to I Igive severe tmtlfhlps onI I 1:8m1! will be played next weelt.Wh..n ',
f:5j' badly damaged other concessions last push Mclllvalne ft!: Clark I the last trips, being caught without
sure. H II I coming outfof No. 1
I night, was of Incindlary origin. I I upon receipt of the news Immediatelywired my labor and mfn..y away for food and supplies and forced to cache!! engine
I One suspect has been arrested. Tie to Tampa for the schooner nothing"; and 1 hope truckers will do I all malls and seek for shelter. house for practice, the hook and Udder

THE COON 3. Futures, Iosed Is Arthur Dunn giving his occupation smack Irene Albury to proceed hereat all In their power to Induce f. o. b. i The dogs died of cold and hanger I ran into the door and bunt the
D e. : I
'xew Tork frame badly. The hook and ladderwill
: tDce ber "'l. ana&IT. as a waiter. In addition to Wes low of once and take the place ot the purchasers to come here and then j| and no mall has irhcd at Dawson''
,barely ateady. I need fxtt'nsi\"e
Feb 'O; Man ;820.: the buildings by fire estimated at '500,- Sweetheart. The Irene Albury Is a watch them to see tha t no pooling lal, City from Fairbanks since the river I :repairs before It
580; ? I can be used again.Capt. I
85 MaytS31 F ;:jUne,832; ?uly 000. a series of oil paintings Illustrating splendid little smack of twenty tons done closed. The merchants of Dawson I
Ha lon left
ApriL + Tuesday
8 S t cotton losed( scenes from the novel "Quo Vadis" burden and should arrive, here some The fairer the pros s to fruit and : have sent a p..tltn10: Washington short
August %;
135 business
" ; > 'pointti{ dfCUae; middling 1upland. In the concession of thatname, and valued time next week, conditions i-elng fa truck growers, the morn will come and asking that a direct service bo established trip to Tampa. .
Quiet ..t"to The Catholic
Invest In hort the Fair i will oPen on the
vorable ,
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lGO an 'middling gait, n. at $75,000 were also destroyed sea.i 1 more between the two places. 5th pros. t


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MIAMI j I U a Democrat He ought to be Pre Ghristmas Sale' PreG hri stmasSale'
to prove an aliCl. or its equivalent :
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L.. Parker has already secured 1

-- .B f.f .-1at :!i and the client The indications baa donbtleai are MONDAY A J*
the fees.
grass t. I;' p Parker will build up a fairly!goal 1 MONDAY The Ideal

asst$oataata-.. _'a I Ifte in New York. : t

1M.aaaa.. Iatd samba.1"" .. fit hardly seems probable that Kuro-', I
;,# Is anxious to bring on an en to.
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J 5th. 5th.
.. Y.-r 1I1I1aSJ..i. where he is. He caa better' Twelft Street Miami, Florida
/iz Yoathtt ......:; :. to play waiting. game granting ,
ftNe Yontha.. .t.1+. that the situation Is as It ap t .

lilsa Weety .
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Tt Ilni rAf :, tariff beneficiaries have decide- Stirring Merchandise "
there shall be no tariff reform at
-. Inns; $ { coming session of Congress. Al

l they are preparing to move on .1

TLLPL... and they will be there In
4II'I'Ia> : :* to see that no undesirable legisla I
.aa.,. at. U attempted. News Monday December .5thMonday

Opposite H rt ) .
bousewiTM of Miami should

aatun..y. <*.& and support ,the project ol
I IW t woman's club to hale an able and' will be our annual re-Holiday Sale. This is the most i interesting period
THE PRO'PII? authority lecture here o* the ,
jjj I!. I of cooking for yen If a cook wo of the year; only 20 more days until Christmas. Every man, woman or child will soon
.We belleye tall does not hare to go to the :
hotels u4 I there U a great deal of satisfac be wondering what'gift to buy their dear ones. Let us help you. ;i Here you' will'
muckZr'eM*%#n knowing when a domestic In
?d rery dew j e is I line In knows her duly, and does 1C find'manyjuseful; presents afa small cost. Below we.quote few prices for Monday's,sale!
umveling i i;( Ihe must be practical the art her
.tatloa llo bont ; know this hence the nine and
he said: | ]|f}JY{ 1 I to to be derived from a'tjjndlng Christmas lOc will buy here Monday: 25c; will buy, here Monday: SkirtsSuitsand '

Its a lectures.
the Florida It kre
livery.bouts sA' During the war with China over 40 Millinery One large bar glycerine soap. One rubber lined wash rag case. I Coats
good string orb' pbj>.. cent of the Japanese land forces One good tooth brush. One shell light pompadorec mK .
One finish darning egg. One steel engraving picture frame
ebony : f
while the trace (j berl This disease Is now .
of beri-
One chamois! One real bristle toobrush. '
large demindl I fcf.! |a to be doing great mischief in 0)&- a' One yard piece emb'rjr finishing bag. braid. One good whisk broom Our,i ready to wear depart-.
little tatet D.1] I fffhe '. magnificent armies and Is more One cube of fancy;,hair pins One dozen shell hair pins meat is the moat complete of
seem to b4 | than Russian bullets. 'Beri Never before in the history of One good linen taPe line. One pure linen embroidery handany! South of Jacksonville.'
people of Is a disease that Is the result of this store, have we been able One dozen kid curlers. kerchief. Here you -will[ find the very
of It. There IDOI.peD lIm1natioD. Uric acid accumu to show such a complete: line One fancy box all sizes hair pins. One bottle Holme's frag't FrostillaOne latest .,the latest shades
raising.( Ever In the blood and the first symp 01 millinery imported ParisOne good linen. hemstitchea j I- handkerchief One pair sterling shell silver side tombs: the i mat i 1 perfectly tailored ..
before thejlnfuij! jfet ( are distinctly rh I1Jl1aUc.' These ian hats, bats of our own creOne gilt or gnu mettle belt buckle. One bottle gilt edge shoe dressing. nPeDtat othiDg out of date.
at Tampa n the State It Is M 4 extremities. There Is lack of sen expert workers of millinery. One skein (;enna town yarn. One gpocket book. very!! best [materials inch asserges
crowds art fir Is) locomotion, skein Shetland BOSH. One hone. '
and the power of tOne pair good '
Not a hat in oar store b a broadcloth. Venetiancloth I
crowd In t". .eSar* continues' toward reeminentOne box Royal Palm writing paper. One turnover collar.
book are|jut 'it |i this centres paralysis until It reaches the that would stand p dozen Duplex safety pin*. One satin covered pin cushion. voile, ettamine,.melton,. .
though Florid i 4ftj | vital ended." ly among any high grade One fancy hat pin; One box Lyon's tooth powder. kersey and cheviot. Our pnceimilliners \
and the story One hair retainer. One bath mitts.
show rooms. Our fancy pair
ear.j j mch are ijnode. ; we guarantee you
ness l shirt
One waist
One leather set
will meet all. We will pursed
prices a saving in thin department
has been for u last,.." CELESTIAL. One writing tablet. One pair wool baby bootees I y
Commenllni be more than pleased to haveall and remember we will fit you.
; i I One pair dress shields. One tine baby bib.
same the JJtekBOWflle ; ._on. Metropolis. : inspect thin department. One good linen tos'el. One pair diaper supporters. See hiHdept.Mon.forbargain
Our mild'clinked is Sir.-This la the only word I I -
traction aid 'neijjjer" I use when speaking of your) city. I House Dresses I 2.25Ladies' 25c: Sale of Hosiery 25c:
98c (Children's) 2.25. ,
ence can frtst'jU say that I have had occasion ,98cBabyCloaks. | 98G Ladies I
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.' t l house dresses -
ft -ln 98-
dents several ago
enjoi'i be, here years
strangers fb 'hiT, I: the changes that I see |l6day( In Sweaters 98c Collars 98c seperate waist & Twp lots of senso a-
matter of fo r r pp ':I bounds of progressiveness 1 can 98 G. : skirt, just the thing able stockings at one ;
they try l(5( J ndHI* t Is :, overlook and can not be duplicated : Children's all wool Louis the XIV and Marie for women at home decisively reduced
come agar". lti s rust 1'.,I' ) Many terms are.I used' in]! One lot of eiderdown sweaters, all colors, Antoinette styles. Just be seerucker gingham price imported fast
expect those 'h : m I'A I i j :: o Miami; some*. call| .|It the baby cloaks trimmed neatly made and pe4the thing get the habit.Many neatly tailored, black, elastic! durable -
of a centiety ago ,to i City: some the Southl n | City I
with feet fitting select from ] medium
angora Jersey to 980 Monday, O
ter. 4!! call it the Magic (.ltt.! But 98G 98b 25G
It Is god tb 1IiJIt\ many it a name that 1 hopej will be-j wool, each.. each . I to. . . . r.oo suit. . . .25 \Velf ht.pr. .

not gougink ajnr.ii>t e by international and that is the,!
and by this !
5c collars 5c 50c. Pillow
14.N..are tie" pioneer
P ond4i.! here in
-tn I said I was \ Advance salef A full)) size silk clean
,is no onejjtl in fact only two years|after Its I Christmas had ke 98 cents.
covered comfort
any buslnest that|| which correctly peaking}I One lot of ladies and chiefs, style Tops 50 G t S. J filled.anchildren's
many cotton
hfro in tiseptic
extortion. | In 96. During my stay ;
the Injury".;o! aj't' e during the Spanish- collars This is a splendid o-: Portrait pillow)) to p hand- 10x4 gray blanket thi cotton is made
men then It, noes ( war I wrote several Betters real: linen worth 150 fering of strictly puma some, at least 25 differentportraits blue or red striped by [special 1 process in
lines of beta netij; A to Miami as several each.,special linen handkerchiefs$ of women dogs border, worth reguI sheet which makes
millions of, loftaip, b ; at present residing here can plain and embroid- horses and landscapes Jar 1.25. Excellent I it l light

wish to be >ealJKit Yes. when the citizen 4>1- I 5c cried . . roc each . . 5oc \"alueat 980 a pair. warm, each..1.48 I
this shoulij iilwjkrii be comprising six, regiment were : r ,
We want'Ao u\tai to here first and second each
and to bejwell&jeated(! !: Alabama. Texas and Louisiana, 1 98G 6001 1.24 Sateen j 1.48 I Swiss 35c baby silk : 25 coats ladles
tell it abroad |5nid what I then thought a far-Wing IWenwar 25c

the state|ui.it zjthey but from what I see today II Pillows' 98G Petticoats 1.24 Curtains I 1.48 caps 35,cts' Very good and comfortable i
were Uteri* a s not nearly as advanced as I should I colort
: cream
fug everyoietitio| j [ been. ) ercerized.sate.n Figured or plain Swiss, A handsome line of'edribbed.cottonm' ; '
just'and frajr twill IaJ-( there'were many stores here 2 pounds live geese +'
wins and folds' ',od and many substantial citizens, feather pillow, 21x28 petticoats, with clfruffled curtains, full three babys silk caps:,worth; di m weight, long I
'.". I""" no one would have then thought inches. :Best ticking cubs ripped flounce, yards long good A CONVINCING & Miami of 1898 would boo the:city of Mon- nO tailor finished I 24 of Swiss, nicely finished broideri .with lace drawers '

d It/ I I have been in many climates day..J. "00 :Monday. I I pair. . ... . 1.48 sateen lined,each 35< Five to 'upto the
& there Is none come ;
PitUborg 1 gag o 'or Flowers and none there Is I
for 'adveHlil 'lPUrp can compare with Miami! Dur

they com Ir my stay here I have visited many I
sea that the( personal and otherwise. 11 have : Purchase
[ la
adreer I Your Freei
'tot ae.1I)I the I some of the most charming pee
the advertising : ; I have been to some of the mOlt II
cent in .:.eta' and 85 : houses I have ever {ir'ISIted.I''! ,
posits. .i'Thel. .jwn-adi there is only- one other i I' ; I
gained 27 I.! cent In f other city that bean class with I'
cent In deposits'per ; Duri and that is the Stale'''of.-- the uAftermath Sale" we will return to one customer each Day the amount of ash paid for her
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cent the advertising andf'the.ffher j ]: jbanki: (I I, the' Southern we rest: and Confederacy the first'I,)i capital where,,, purchase of one hat. The money will I, be paid back on the following day you purchase a[hat. The selec-

cent In oei', reigns supreme. tion'' will ba made by lots; with oat! favor. Every purchaser of a hat will have! and! equal l chance.
tntght'liake'pros. ) I thoroughfares' eJi Il -nt- ,
gree by othc rt pauses, : <'hurUfS are. pendiJ jour city Our Reputation guarantees this I.
were Dot?;* >pirienL: can not be surpassed anychctric- .
the banks inal- expe (for your age); yoUr '
matter tJf iJvenlsinK ( : Is an .:.wed! as the ues ; yotnsystem ., . . . ... . . l ". ". . . ........ . . . ..'. J.I :. . .. . .
pleased Jiey rill! coi ( s are perfect; your school I ) "I I; I
line COD anUy.; The > I not be Imllro\ed upon and ahoy"'
be apt Uvfollow..: their jour p"-old., are raterpri.sijiR.( pro- \
What You Must
G been derhoiattated ,I : 'ssrve and social. pleasant i Do : .
that It p.ye lwCks should like to mention a : L
f gtNdaitt, ,, the pleasant" I I
pays dry : ; I made to one of most
r Public l' trgetsi; (' I have ever \'ISt.I.J! Ail I can _1. _See the clerk \slio sells you a i put a number check' in jour btiiullc. ': I I .
iltaclfi is that the home rr'uhindingr, ;
Y brings banksst del ,sitors.! Da I Ia Mr. Price-Williams! cnchantini I ;: 2. Call at our store next day and compare, : the number on your ch''ck.- with the number I!posted' up in our store.
ulllDcss t '.' when the FlcriJu Past
So targej.u gt6p; line ,; runs its extension' hrpugli to 3. If they<<; are the same present the chek| to an\ clerk and thc) will ha\e it Lashed for you;
: iof the dal ,, ) West some other place may spring ,
f in a uewsgpapel'to tll along the keys to equal) Miami.:' OBSERVE: You may pay nothing except for the hat you buy and you buy the-hat you like; l
sell or buy I Idj ks we 1 ; none can excel the pace that has
_ the 'falu f-| god mo : '0 made by the Celestial City, and i : I
" has grow Y'H many probabilities and possibly I t
t growth. |aluj&t.nd ( I hope some day to see jour city I
t tan 3UE I.B
Interest! .tndY gateway of South America and toI :B.B. DOUGLAS l .l
continue the Magic City of the F L.Qmx: ,
Fortnn cnoc once continent f .
door. but'martyr of DS's. Very truly yours, 1 ,
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'retlce of Intention 3B for UV Vice President, a Secretary, a Treasurer I

ten Patent* j and a board of five directors ARE, YOUDOING '
S E1iIt The offices of Secretary and Treasurermay a1Ise1I
Xotlce U that tjie undersigned
be held by one and tho same Indi
will apply'tatbe, Gojrernorof -
vidual. The officers of this corporation
the State of Flortda>:t Tallahassee. 1 I
shall be members of the board ot
Florida on the. ftth.. January:, .!I
1 directors. The directors shall be $
A. D. 1905. for letttrt 1tOf t| Incorporating
'r I elected annually by the stockholdersat
the Fulford l Vegetable:! TO BUILD
a meeting held the first Saturday In
Growers' Association | lie fol, II
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October of each )'ear. The officers>
lowing proposed lJ'lJ'nder | |
who are to conduct the business of the I I.
Charter of the Fu.lr"o. and, Vegetable corporation until tbooet'Cte.1 at the
Growerss'I lIOClltlor'The If so, we would like to IL- '
undersigned frefeby associate I shall first be.George annual: meeting are Qualified, terest you in using the I a Money Making '.

themselves together loathe purpose$ o( P. Bull, President .
becoming Incorporates;: tender 'he laws I R. E. McDonald Vice President. Miami Lime Stone
of the State,of F!ori'dlj: for th transaction F. A. Bryan, Secretary and Tress j Investment of Certain ProfitWe
of bushes jw c the fo lowing :

charter: f!r urer.G P. Bull G. W. King, F. A. Bryan I,]!i: The walls of a building ,
Arit d' 4: constructed of his atone
J4 Sjf' : R. McDonald.. J. R. O'Neal direc-,
The name of thlSftorporttion' shall tors. I 1 areFire I ,

be the Fulford Jtalif,and VegetableGrowers' : Article 6.
y Association;?. Its principal' The highest amount of liability or Proof : :

place of buainessjf.h&l! ( be at 1'ulfordlFlorida : indebtedness to which the corporation!! I

and Its business shall me conducted -i can at any time subject Itself shall not I ,
In the Slate ,f Florida and I exceed the amount of.capital stock I II and practically everlastingAfter
elsewhere as miy'ipe) neces try or I paid in. I, once up there la no .
i iArMciijL : I expense: of repairing or j
convenient. i I Article 7. I i
painting. The first cost is
; I The names and residences of the I I
The general natdr"of the I ueiness subscribing Incorporators of said corporation but while little thePermanent more than wood We have some bargains that will I

to be transacted by#[this corporation j jkhall together with the number of I

be to buy,|tel!(,and dent in an" shares of the capital stock subscribed: please you Houses, rooms and 1

fruits, produce, !fertfiliers, crkte and| by each are as follows: I Cost .
other packing maI4aIon, tommls-l I G. P. Bulb Ojus Fla. 52 shares I furnished un/urn I
apartments, or !
aloe,or othenrlsiUio! (} pack fruits and; common stock.G. II considering repairing ...

vegetables for profit such to employ agencies suchagents at W. King. Fulford Fla,.60 shares, pairing. Is much lese thaa ishedt we will save money for :
and estabh4 I common stock. wood. The appearance Is

such'points In th'e'.fiate! of Florida or R. E. McDonald Fulford, FU., 60I I much superior to other you we will make money for you. -
tojlni directors shall '
elsewhere as shares common stock. materials at the .
seem proper. 11ti: tir. own. Sold operate J. R. O'Neal Fulford. Fla. 104 shares ". Commissions '
Special a Specialty ;
lease,'selij kpd mortcase real common stock.F. Architectural Possiblities are

estate for,its bsslheas'omce!, farms A. Bryan Fulford. Fla, 60 shares Entire charge taken of EST TESMe
plantations and trift orchards. To common stock. Delimited I

bay hold and tote( *stock anjl securities Before me personnally appeared
We saw the atone to ace
of any cnaEak&i with each cos.ArIEI4 Ceo. P. Bull. G. W. King R,. E. McDonald ]
j six*. We have turned
poratlona. | || J. R. O'Neal and F. A. Bryan, I
columns and planed moul*>
I. to me well known to be the persons
lags )
The'authoriseii *pnal stoct of said described in, and who subscribed their
Broken atone far irrtiH.
ie five hundred
corporation ahatl names to the foregoing instrument
.we. of conun&Reck; J of th i par taoe and did severally acknowledge each Wan, crushed reef tar I
Sidewalk, am* A ... 1
of ten dollars (Qe) each At least for himself that they executed: the s ,
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fifty per cent ofjti&:;ald cap tal stock same for the purpose therein ,a.preued. .

hal be snbscribWjba paid in before ,
a this corporatlon'btKlns:, to do business, WITNESS my hand and official seal .
ud other payment| {hereoa or farther at Fnlford. Dade county FloridaEdward
Issues of stock shaltjbe,made aa ordered C. Romfh. j OfferI I I
.s by the board ),directors. Any portion -Notary Public,State of Florida at large

of said atockjlfiall.be ti!sued and My Commission expires June 11, 1907, Allister-Beck
paid for: in casltt < t (In capita Hock of
other corporation!;'o'r in property th* According to Chauncey Depew thereare ,
value of which.MU. be fixed ; a itni.wO millionaires In the United 1

lug of the board:a' directors meet-I States. A reliable commercial agency Suite 2, No 320 One-Half 12th Street Miami Florida
that purpose. J puts the qumber at 7000. The Financial I
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I 4. : I Red Book contains the names of. :

This corporalic it:'ball ei 1st for a (: all persons supposed to be worth $300-, Co. I

term of thirty fe LW. .1 i I MO' and it has only 15,000 names. rcr-;. Quarry The Magic dm is la a real tropic climate, where you ".illliad summer weather ia winter time
APt/. 115. ponally, "'e have never sought to ascprtain

The "ndJfAliih"i[ c( rporation I \ I I Ih ( just how many of us t wrg\ ;. ,: II"' .: '.', ": :r __ ";,' '_ : '_ :
shall -. ,l.. A -Pr- "!cl'nL a I arc MIAMI. FLORIDA. ; 'j
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To glat 20 and 25 cents Per Yard J, W: WATSON Opposite( Post Office

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by contract but ty day labor, under WILL REORGANiZe,: I'I R. C. Me(' riff, H. S. Rogers C. X. I eaevtuttxutr

PalitJ Brach< Department forenianship! of Mr. J. A. Uod.lens, FIRE DEPARTMENT 1 I, tit-Idler. George:: l.iyton. U S. Mrttown,

i an rlen.1, builder whom the writer ,I II.: K. Seru;:gs. Dan Ross, K. T. Clyatt, i I }!TOWN TOPICS. I

i hu> knowjn for many )years and to New Members and New Officers to ,. \\ D Avery. II. C. Hart. -
rt whose ...11 .yndfaiihfulness! it affords I
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West PaltiS, :Ucach. Fl .., I IX-c. :2.-:: I bile, to i the MI mini t of the hill from be Elected Tonight. JIurHtt. one of the deputy
him pleasure< to testify.Mr. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS clerks I in the
The i>3\ Ins 4* i'oinselta > tret, is very which I they ran take: in a liahie: ?>- county clerk's office is

near compl< Sin, and, tot lose a trite view of the Kvt r;.::liiili-s, hitherto! { uU'I i-prait:: H a comparativeyoung! As announced in l e Melroolia! y.1 ELECTED OFFICERS.At III at thd home of his.uncle. E.C ..Dt.ar-

phrase, "it I is" daisy," or .till be when | a dream, or the .picture of a itistohedimagination. man. He is a native of Texs, but I lerday afternoon crrlein if Ih..,.... meutj '1 meeting' !Last Night for the Ensuing born atjCocoanul! Grove.

the finishing! ,lIchE' are 0'1. Thethe Visible from this fur.just h.l- resided, in Florida since 1SS3.: For Year. !
jut iulu he was an cmplojc of the ,j bers w'ithdraaitiruin hl'ir nlt'lII:>l'r"h'I' County| Treasurer C. H. Raulersonha
grading is ish'.1 fro south Iiejond the crest uf the hill' [thstopmost "' years
F. I I", t'. Railway, ml'possesses a cer- :I ( the liallIi f't t d4partaun' '. t.n I I -, moved his family to the
uk of a church sp'.ie. countrynear
of ILinyan i I"
Imundary [le city lo surdwbirh At i hiregular ivi-tinc:: of (lay Ilisrajne -
_ is th' : terminus if the city's house of Coil which it surmounts v lilie.ite 1 I of < hamster and ciliriency :,! dcrt.1) their' ,,,'n !i- 0 the 11.. 11Iroll.hi Uid);e K. ul' I'. last ni>;ht the I his pastures for a short time

,work becauf; Ih 'rt..lt do lad In Ih,-I built l b> slaves: or tin descendants 01 from, K.; lldi ('!rIl'r that won! I lip a I II"f 1 i i Mayor Sewell (UI' III' 1"lrJ"hil1 0'' folliiuini: nulfiis were elected. lor the I \1\ hile' his b.nlSU .'Cond street is
"work recent done hy,11'/, Florida sli\-, awl I is u nieKilion an to, 11\1'1 i <' d' Id any than I: hdllillL lire unit"i nth tin'tis' .. ill' ensilingear: : reainted.!

East Coast 'lilway in t f' new addition i: evolution littui-cii the condtqus bat, 'I 11.. i ;i.ilMtra'c preparations whichMr ''! Chasie.!! Car c'iiiiir.inier.! | I.. R. R.ti- '
lire drparttat! 0,1 l I
III C'l 1 n r".tl1 '
owned ''by that orporation. ,I il.il and out,. iii-1. lint let all that Spiatl' is ".:lId!!!:;. .lioth for business ley. tfKilIar, nil"IIo.! Iiletilij; ol the

Throu/houtjjis entire < jstancr. Ih"1 r puo. \V- \\i\t- in t ilu> 1 present and hope and t comfort' forcMiailow'ttliier, design I'' The \f'nd'r oe atr ,errs \la'c" \
the Hubstra in bus h"1\ tt efeoted.rocU 1. ; fur tiio: f.l
the O\'aI1l'Ij i filed and the 1,laced, i shall\ h.ue In-fit rongderl| : :.rrur, i"II Hi.- many friends await the opiiorlun- .th.'y will meet ur the pnrlswr )tffer 1 ..{ Work --.Vifchcll \I.. Ti ro night. All members: should attend as i
(- ting a rorgro: abut .\ onmbrrlof the cliilj If' is I inj its
with lire ex .1.llon of a smn'l ;paee lo design. under, I:InKilUil .itchy|tun icy lo oi'urnnilate; him upon ihe new K of U. and S.-\\'. S Hill. Infancy and attendauce f
CU-Satis Him hiKii-a" i. Ih.' he. is to mak>. former member{ uth. r I hll. I t11ose i uuti i merest fend mainly! to the
between : avouiieBtr and lnyin of 1.nI..r; I n n" ; ttniunih..i sure :Master of rin.inreV.. S. Hill.
I resigning/ a f.w:1's\ ago:: have ('on.bt.nl..1 I I success 1,1' Mt.ijli .
3-row. \\1111 l! Sate nil) h. nior' creditable to llw.e.who ,
rU Toni probal, Mr.I E..t. Ui\i. the Jupiter oyster Master of Fi,Exchequer.- S. :Morse ,

# be finished, and' all that will remain j iiUuliK'd and) <-\ciiiu-il it. or more, I' man Is in th city loilay, and the writer It Is likely to (rejoin that twenty-Ore th' df'\lartlll'\ or nr morewill amid :Master! at Arr.is.--L.A.1 ('001(')'. I I The ,Cou'rnment: .

to be done, Inllactiun |iy means of Jthe' ] attractive to the rangers:; in pllr'tuid"L Krau. 'Cully acknowledges. an invitation Inner CuarJ.-. II. Jaudon, .!r. '' General; quartermastersteamer
lie II.
l'r'sI'nl al 1JI..ltntOllll.hl.: French
t JtT. This Is readiness I ? which came
steam n I''I
r.tiard.J. C. nramllnffRepresentatives
him )
I to visit at an early day and .
hlrh Is .11..1 for eidok.It into
and will bo.I t on In a feW days. An I Mr. H. II. Sj.raii is 1 eni-tini a liuil.l- pariake of a specially prepared bivalve \ lo the Grand LodKe. '( port several days ago, while en
derivable! l the I iiiK Clematis uveuutnortli side, Is the purpose aid mtenttum "r the route tij| Charleston, from Pensacola
object from on .
lessors appearance menu. .Asko 1 as lo how he might be -H.1.: King R. K. Hall. O. II. Raulerson. he''
of olnsett} street as it i Is, that will be i-uth useful and ornament found on occasion of the visit, Mr. promoters of the m.e orl'alll/alion; 10 'I' with boTiers leaking is still at theterminal

aDd It The shown al. It Is a combination structure, intended elect to olllce the I l'st 1II"n a\ amiable. ] dock, her master waiting on
u w., \"lstT'} as Davis replied: "If your olfactories; are I Alternates.\ : S. Iranillne; J. A. .
from the dn or the other end oftheitiful both for business and residence good the odor of the oyster shell pile and to conduct the jdepartmc-m in the Dunn, F:. .\. Froscher.Deputy orders from! Washington before: 02 can
fairly -the lower for business and the futre on a thoroughly{ reliable end c-fli- proceed with the repairs.
street Is and Illustrates area "Niiff the Orand Chancellor. J.
( will direct yt.u. sod. was It
the 1erence between skilled upper for residence to be occupied by cleat basis I Rose. the t
reply-look for me next Saturday"Mr. I At First Baptist Church tomorrow
and]unakllletxmstructiou. Engineer Mr. Spratt and his parents. Unfortunately The following official nolleof (he TruHte >...-Clen: "C. Frl8Bell, F. H.
J. A. Miller, of Jacksonville, representing thej pastor, will preach at both ser
Sheen has j.monptrated., din the pav- for some deserving young wo intention to organize the departmentwith Wharton J. A. Conrad.
the Empire Scale end Fix vices. SubJect 11 a. m.; "Night atMlddayi"
tug of PointClematU ta street what bklll can man. Mr. Spratt baa contracted no the following !members I i.i: ,given The I'niforni Rank wore the new ,
tures Company, of that city, Is in the Subject 7:30 p. m.: "AnAngel'sj
do; and besijes by a sclentlflc adjustment marital alliance-that Is to say so far the public: ;j unlfornm which arrived a Tow days
city today. The writer has known Mr. Charge to Preachers" The
of cbn. $IU he Is arranging to get as the public know. Doubtless unexpected Be it hereby known that we. the undersigned ago, for the first time and nm,!-> an excellent
Miller for many years, and Is pleasedto ordinance of the Lord's supper will be
rid of the .tin[ water which, up to his disalluslons in that directionwill as charter member of an appearance.
bear testimony to his probity and celebrated' at the close of the morning
time, has b ln both an Inconvenience, develop In the near future. organization to be known as "The Mi- Bay Biscayne! Lodge Is one? of the
business character: and this occasion service-j A special program of music
and an eyesore... The area of the building will be 43x anti Volunteer Fire jNJI8rtmenr." tsub- most flotiriMhlng K. of P. organizationsIn I
has been
I Is availed of to lender sympathy on arranged for Sunday night.H. .
venue, the city's thorough 50 feet two stories.: On the ground Ject to the ronflrrllation of the citycouncilwil the State. i
account of the recent death of his aged
fare will am receive attention; and! floor will be two apartments one 19x I hold r meeting ton Itht:: i
father. Mr. Miller goes from here to 'White and George Cowan, twontgroei
If the sate care IB given j lit that has 50 feet for the wholesale and retailof December 3, at' 7 clock; In he room DADE COUNTY WILL
Miami to whose good people he is suspected of baring broken
been bestowed' on Polnsetta street: grain, and hay the other 23.0x50. to known al4 the I"I.arlnll'nt! headquarters BE PROUD OF HIM.It .
cordially commended.The into and robbed the work car of the
when cornytted, It will be one of the,. be used for a grocery department. The permission 10 use said room -- Western
hand omfkl hlghways In the State. second story, to be occupied by the city, through Engineer Sheen, having been ranlJt hy the tiuyor of1liaml. Mill lie seen from a letter published 1'nlon Telegraph c.... of a

Clematis ajtinue Is much !wider than family, will be divided Into bed rooms has awarded to Mr. C. H. Miller the elsewhere, that after a residenceIn quantity 1 of clothing' belonging to the
car crew while In the local railroad
Poinaettil ft eeL Besides It la con- parlors, bath rooms kitchen, eta The contract for the delivery of 2.000 cubic Furthermore, we detlge ourselves lfI this county of nearly fifty years

tlnuos beiw'Vn Lake Wort It and FreshWater entire building will be supplied with yards of green shell for street paving. protect the city i llIj case or Ore until lion. c.1: Brown pulls up stakes and yard afternoon, were: placed under arrest yesterday

Ilaia and ha've
with iti N aluable colored<< suburb I I and whatever else may be necessary j 7-apf's Hall in regular weekly session. flrlll our organizaon; {! for hal \purdore. : Miami. While comldent they. got the

known'ad resh Water vtst of th to promo's the comfort of its I This popular organization Is growing Mr. Brown was a useful, valuableand right evidence men a certain amount of Important

city! and .'o |the margin ol Fresh Way ';'! inmates: The front will consist of a I rapidly, and the outlook is thai it will Signed!: : M. Il. helhuu, flan Ilarllil'. I culerprisini:: citizen allllr he sueIs la poll lacking against

ter j.ake' an elevationand that gives! ''balcony)' fixJI: feel and plate glass will I effect much good in this city. E. A. Grahaua: R. Si' /I 1Vllsou.\ 0. P. Sac-< I '...... in fining/; as much for Dade expect to have obtained by Monday -
both var 1.1 pleture queness to adorn the windows. In the business i age. F. II. eaten' Leo J. fitly C..I her |Miipliwill have even- reasonto when
they will be given a
the view, "" inter visitorsenjoy ndiiiire then departments. the counters and shelvingwill | Some men have to undergo a terrible 1Vilson, R'. I.. Kett ie-r. 11'. (', Kitchell lie proud of his citizenship.His hearing. preliminary .

view, ant {jtlll a trjp, "b..th'r' .lie not inferior lo anything In the jolt before they realize the differenceI C. E. Stur!': s. O. Augh'nhnuh F1is father put out the first orange/

on foot, iiycle>scarriae br otitomo- ; city. The huildiiiK is not being;::; erected( I I I between partisanship! and Ila'rlotism.I ; Ercll'R, A. 1'. ( or.., l1' C' Wright drove! Ihal1\ as planted in this county .
I .JC )2'JIr JRe
for profit! and th- follo-nR theainne
'- sin
-T-.H I ..:" .....cor.... ""'t.---- .z'I: -.n .,, I -\ | uf I the fatlu. Ix-c.ime the,] t !! HOTEL ARRIVALS. I

sm mo-' Micrc>,,fiil orange :;rowof in they I Icouiin
t 1 ; i ttAa7l .a.a', 1LC,z(,8( 9llaCtitC.
anl war a conspiciioiu! factor'in '

A diamond Ring pixinu it 1 Ihe IHKUII I which it t-o lunge, :nRbl\I1F.-I
i ttijujed: Pe.-ldes pulling out! many J. Hi', C' cl: -e( t..1. Rothsclu I, Jacksonville

SV.. Castles..I c \
Y prn''itnllcrueN; :: \ir. Brown It milt theOiaia ; tpt-laad,
.1 1 ll h 11"I.lu h rfitinniie.s to he'th Atlanta: .1 'Brims.1 :: Ilichns! end. Va.;
l.itfeH finch.! Charles) W .
I piidiof "'Ir "-11) HUd'. hill! I.mi; Pr.iin '-

: a iniitiient< + to his industry. i 1
I I Is the greatest luxury of the ; ,. 11W1"l'o'r.
ag. Tin- HI r wish! him sbtiniiant suc- B. ; \ Jacksonville: W. U

1-1 ,- ::i hi> new' Irinsi--: -Deala (tanner J'hilp. i. .\. :M. Hart, Kc-ntucky. F. H_ j
r : and all like a fine, clear stone
i I .Mi-Do-.n'.uli and wlfc. city


d ss _f Coaster Brake put in . . 5.00J jt Jan'rs' O. Canlner: :Misses Zada and

I \ DIAMOND RING, but it is i New rims . . . . J.25J Janetlarhn't: Charlotte, N. C.; C. F.Jacksjm.

One set new wheels . .. ... 4.75 .
Atlanta Kllnrl A.
: Froscber
: within reach of all to have a pair Jf Hartford No. 77 Tires . 3.25 city: G 5O. o. BuiL-r. West Palm Beach.

Hartford No. 80 Tires . .. 3.75
/ I Hartford No. 77H- Tires . 3.75 SAN IARLO-

I Fifty-cent Pump . . .:35: J. R..Vlncent. Sew York; W. P. 11senbijry -

$1.00 Pump . . . 1.75: and wife I Homestead.BISCJVYNE .

DIAMONpBRAND Brown II. Saddles .. . 1.75 -(

; And everything In our line U fresh T. H. Irwin C: N. Nelsoh. Jr., Jacksonville

r from the factory. .We solicit the home : Paul N. Freedlander. Bre

people\ to trade with people who live men, Germany; George. H. Kuhst Paltimore -
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here the year round. Mrs. A. V Oberholtier. Mrs. E.

: SMS0 LOFTON A EINIQ. S. Pennypacker, Phoenlxrllte, Ps:

$ u __- Opposite PostoOce. Chas); Van Nejis! New York
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; Blond Braid shoes are put up for us by "one'of:' the best shoe factories in'Siiughton I

Mass. We got on to this shoe through Jno. Wanamaker of New Norkatoi Leo

l Philadelp ia. Their buyer Mr. Andy McOowan!: telling us it was the best : ,

i ib\' merica for the moneyand their sales on these went into the thousand dollar I r yn

:ntres.. It win be our treat if you don't say they are the most stylish in appear-;I t

a'e,. the neat st in shapes, the lightest in weight. and have more snap to them ;

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than any shoe you ever saw in ) our life for a ..oj .

j .i i :1 : $53OO -; i I I I j t a ,

,f rid I jnll" or III'fl tr /1'S ('('/'

F.: ; S trill )>
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} ..nemucr \\ c guarantee the material in the shpe t and stand hack ; # I Acceptable Xmas Gifts

7 'I d'?, [theve: ; ring quality. Always keep in } ,our mind the fact --
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C -\ |c sell th e best that money can buy\\eiwant: \!' the world to kndw it" ; //"(/ /',!

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Rockers ". A Beautiful Line $$1.75' $9.00
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r' The Witchery of Sleep pp '\ NTIf J.

ill! I I ] BUDGE

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j i tJ N. M { KING ( to Edwin -Nelton.) COOLEY & HORNER

Und ertake and Embalmer THE UNDERTAKE. The Real Estate and Rental Agents

'l'f I 300 D : I 12til Street. : : : : : : Opposite 1 First :National Hank.
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j 413 12th Street. Phone 25 \
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tC. B. Iloiislasj.: is going to gi\e anal ; Mrs. A. "'. OlJl'rl*llt/.f"r and

Ifc 'DAIL-; M7H ML t \PODS. a feV ladies hats. Read his hU ;a,14cr-t X. Il' nYII'I'r, i prominent : lNONNSiNlit lNNlOYNNlNl1NlNNN j

_II I tine 1 in this paj>er. rl : riioi-nix\. 1'a.. aid relatives, 1 I:
MAIL, SCHEDULE.: I ernor lfeunyiiacker of thai : I: 1
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.. -' .I Oyster Sw. fct Hinson House Sunday. I:, guests' in the nty, jand are :'',li FROM TOYLAND!
Arrive from the NO 1 at the Iti.enlne. ,
TOO aJ.nu wIP i "
.. I A solid cor Ion 11 of marJ..crclas ", i ..
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: :\!< N. Frenlaadtr l of : i
l shipped to 'pw York last night by | Pall I
I dose tor the }jr -"
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t ; of the '
North Mclllvaine & 'Iark. many I Is one
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1 iiors In the city to jay. and |Is ; Santa
. 1:11 p I V ')' day Claus will show 250
I was'! :
!I The auxiliary Xjcht Klondike at the. Uiscayne. 'ir. : 1
Saturday, Decegtbe >: 1r04. hauled out on the Vays of the Miami j making a tour of the world .. : Dolls '

Boat Works this morning for repairs II j go from here to Key, West, '1 in great profusion at our i iI j .

'- Fine once room* fof, ent In the land work to her hull\ and thence to Mexico<<; : i il

Metropolis building. I I : I I store; come to the great j r
i Shoulders and breakfu -bacon sliced I I
Kiss Rosa Henryditj3ter| of Mri. tu order at Doan & Rauler n. 2> i DoH Opening '
Yates arrived in Miami s'Week ami Fifty Thousand I I !4:

bas accepted a position,ixVchaUle's.ti Miss Mertle Nelson one of hie coun THE \\ORKIXG j !
l : ty's most efficient and popular uca- r I r
Two nicely furnished his for ren I tors, left yesterday for Kiafcimmeejj little boys and girls will N. happy U know that good old .aiita

excellent loctt
I '.glare Metropolis, f i I Of Mi..i hundreds of dolls with him.for cut little children. He has drtaa-

; ,,f)A- l.lOx-TaU Soup at Hlnson Hous- Tues\,, AND ITS ASSETS AGC and undressed dolls; big and little dolls; white and black delta. m
Mrs W. R. Sanders aaefMrs. Grart
: day. GATING OVER OUld ae the cute little baby doll h* ha* and th big Meet doll Jn .

TeD route n -Tltui I J. C.- B.A. and X DOLLARS INSURE TO j and drums, and nlc little furniture for doll hou***. *.

e i Stu.--r"I t 1M. Wheeler' prominent people of 0 ROSITORS A': SO L U to our store and bring your parents, and parent bring your child-

1 I Jacksonville are in the city today on 8 PROTECTION''. : have a scene that will delight the heart of the little folk. W*
"Furnished house aiidet4 ns for lignt AC 'O I luI.TlOXS
I j business.. all to s.e the veritable fairy land with It* wonderful array '|of
tn Twelfth TII
boasekeeping.. applr f I aa gift and Important to the grown folk are the prices. 4

:street E vw1Mrs. i 11 Fish Chowder at Hlnso RUM l'rlcla1.1 _:_ I tch our wet show window Sunday and Monday. .,

"K i-I I -,- Will help. you get onto tile holiday spirit beter than any other way.
: J. M. Jacksorij! Jr id children I Mr. J. E. Pendleton a prominent dry i iI i j: Messrs. J. V Worjley,ATat II t
of )Miami are here Son l' sit to h rbosbend's .. I I
I! goods merchant of Lemon City and ( Mrs. J.emocrat.. [. I I
parents Or. aft e Rev. Mr. Osser. of the same place are ,; days' I i visit! to \hej I formers

I[ f Jackson.-Bronson Tlml.2 t". ;J* visiting in the city today.i I|, Ur. SJ C. Wot U-yVdeTI last \'

I i I j 1 i' Miami' where they\I will Indul I II RDINI i
For good fresh mgeket'vgo; to II '. hunt.-pSt. & QUARTERMAISI
F. \\ Chapman a prominent several days
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,4t Raulerson. | | f ,t resident and business man of Delray. ..ee+'rd. These gentli'mW were :

I those In the city on :tion of the party t that \rot !
P"> I Is among .udav ar.'d; 302 Twelfth Street.
Miami Florida
Four negroes chfrge
were before Jm\Ice i ifili l, yesterdPafternoon. y I -0 nier for a cruise of' ten d ys I

Three Meade dot guilty I.! GeorgeO.. Butler] of \\,(:st Palm weeks in Ten Thousand 1 Isl' : .
lingtiven th ,1_ _
bat the contrary r '
; F'.ijuli. hunt down this n.nrn l.g t'> I --
were fined $;;.00 and' cost, itch whtscapl 'e ss'n'I the day in Miami: on t'"isiiies.< We are in r-ositioi to nil ; ttItiNCiGti6CIICtS2 3B933.LE4936. 'tQ94ESe6. SIIISSOtTt:ittCFN

he other 1lead cuityF dyrrl -1 and promptly for chlck ua, eggs! !I '
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wlhaSncofEI.odtnde J etc. S. U. Campbell & Co', -
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Miami{ has th<- onlv authorize ISteinway 1 tI Fla. : -
: Light shin launch' foljftu! by -'ii'ntatio in FloridaBuh --
rgrn ions
or week. Inquire pf Met al,1"s i i. t
: ,; & Saffonl Plano Co. Steinway':: ,A horse hill h.1 |to a h'tc!; fI!
| cycle Shop.Mrs. tt
.'. 1Tn and Emerson pianos.Juiic.s e.i! by Ir. S.r.a.3. .ran I away )'(: LrQun Pharmdcyj

J. S. Fred Ice jarSved\ hdre afternoon siariiu i from near {I I
( A. (:ar lend
this morning from>*!lauii yi < e
) : fuittee of his two attractive daughu'rs. Misses j-treet, and lla.hlng| west ui I Ih .\ and : ..
meeting of the executive co-npk-tc : carcfuily selected ck.Vc |buy our Iru-js in
I' ,. Xuua and Janet of Charlotio.. C.. ihorouphfar". It riiil not run f; t-'iiall uaini .
< all.luft'n.
4ba at
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the Federation of wfonianS | > \\c.au always \ve them; frrJi and
! the arrivals In Mi- .
are among recent itCU'.I..1' with
before l"re.
executive committij or ever Norio.t.tner..g-tllehcuehtoftiii.andareahvayr : ".ti.fied
I Mkhext J am probably to spend the winter. pile in front of the/;new Roth il c e s
the annual meeting n n-
I I t6 3e afeef
o wry.Jackeonvllletklet[' + 9. the horse mounting the pile lXiy'I I I j ancg! aria
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1 i The fishing smacks Roy'and Prize: three feet high and having to
_'"'Mr.,Win. M. Browp r. piI H" i Jt.&nt. of he i\ came In last night with large catches off It. No: damage 1 was done.Wanted 1 : : : froen fitemfte : : : :

I Fort Dallas atlonJj Ban ,4fiaml. l of mackerel and other fish and returned I 1i i ,

celTed'a fine bird g ai Bi| home In| again to the fishing grounds, A gooey' steady at the s
?Tltnsvllle on Sunday, m,cKJJ. the pe-| thin morning. i farm work. Good I wages and 1 1i ,, ; afternoons and l crenin;:;!!. We want your patronage: and witalways
to see that you get the best in line
+ I for the right; man. our .
light of Mrs. Drown wh > fn, now be i : !/
| ;supplied" with quaff fromJU\ woods I )(r. and Mrs. John Henson former |I W. Council, D'anla, Fla. '

'-around Tllasvlle.|-TiUilUl Ad +I residents of Miami.bu t now living at exchanged. Personal Atteattio AMSM 0. Tae Dosrl hard *l PHOffkt
loC > Cocoanut Grove are rejoicing: In the give to ell I"saiptJouV./E.
ate. YOUNGS.. :: ;pROP.
1.I i arrival, of a line little lady at their i Mr. and Mrs... R.E.! Walker I
1. t y. .
HMdovartan fancy aiumrnc. trait i home,' \'alker's sister Miss Gertrude' .

Ke..at,Wilson A 11yeti. M 'I prominent people pf Des ) - ,- n -- -, _
I lpell! oooooocooocoooo have' arrived here :for the j I II n
Mr. jl C. Olive r_ _p.a. a PROMPTS COURTEST8 are comfortably located with I I j jI

few dirt in Titusv lie the 16t.I ..of #eweek AND CAREFUl. ATTENTION Mrs.! Russell JAvenue A. I i '
attending to \his oral.igro4e. TO THE WANTS OFlOUR here: Mr. Walker will took : I Gifts of Quality

the crop of which.lie wants 1l Is I CUSTOMERS ARE realty investments and no '

of. Mr. Oliver owes quite ij j dice 1'-, SOME OF TOE FEATURES become a property,Bolder of !! Boat.I

age grove near | t famous .I.I OF OUR BUSINESS POLICY he Is much impressed with I i iI Beautiful Remembrances such as Good Taste Dictates

Turnbull hlitnmoek.-JIusv lie. I and conditions generally. ; ,

.Advocate..: I.! The FirstNational: Dank I Rare conceptions out of common designs from art I .

$ t iluJer. : ''We have secured the agency : l11lar trip workers in yotdumlitiltrr irho have tc/'t tin- impress
Some rare bargains-Hill I Of Miami Fla. ;
Bar-Lock !! i ; the Stone oxkill that sM/tf/.y
real estate and rental a nrlJ1Uler Columbia '! for real /1\l'Iil. Gi/ 'ol
,.... I most complete and up to date at the new
4} ;} I'u; i'.rytfi.iifc rrrt(1SY, xllccncarc Intent
.. bunding. ;. //r design.iiftx .
"tlM I'' man.rraC'tureJ. ank I have one {I the jetties

number of ladles of this In office. for ( be
Rohr A >sung Wbltion our la putt to prfn'tfr'rrra'e; .
The launch sauI niO 1: : -
' tho Brown boa|, fill own\l !city will glee,: a l 10'8.1| year Berman at :; | Hill: & $ wall being from en- Sifts for Ilu'lolBliit\ /.
|Ilhe Fair building next: Thursday night i tf I ILiulerson
'Win, Peering, left odarifor!1 laljand complimentary to th"ir gentlemen ", i : i i1 :om Norris I
Bknown rd. Ul : MAYNARD AND
charge of JOP nr SON
that under
friends. The affair; .promises to br \1 Frederick pfhillinK, ) ,
pilot. Mr. 'ert g al J so dan .
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one of i he must delightful of the seal I Naethin -
leave for the Magi: City'this Aver t1 jt r.l son. :dawhinc: [Tii.imnt! | and woJl (I. J car I('/',' Um1 rlr# 0/ j'fJ"j o'I.
Ida East Coast Rai ray |-PIn resit "nt"r New murk, \' over; no

St. Augustine Reo P d. f t I( Mr. James :Mitchell the polf: t' pert ipsvgbnc.!11... on \VMlnjr-sduy, for end H I.1 I.

$ :"tlSmallslze'hauls I in charge of the Kojal Palm Jinks! has :i'pse "if taking; a cruise of are.. '
for swan! lily seat ?5 Tilt Ai the Pr'-sbytrian, fhurcU I
1 arrived for the season accompanied'by \\Aril ('apt. Jack l L"ltlln. on toniorr" M. r< T. jj! In.I: .:nd' t'was N. N. ,
Joan.1: Hauler On. !! 'I'IN ItAttorney :Mrs. ;Mitchell an.'iIl at otce set pzy, schMner, Roif.I :Mario. rt J 11 a. m. Mr. :i-a.mt-l B.! HuJ 1.virth. .- ,' .1r.. '.f .ro'; V'ss!: ''a t .aI j-, v ho charterv'the

R R. aylor,-o I.'is c y about hating, the links and groundsput to the upper end of 1.. an aeanmp1tshel!, I io.-allst will s< h""I1 -llIu'al1.'t'r.! Capt. Jar'-
ahed :)I.:; \ Ir ati of 1'ar.TlisThe! rail.11i; nt-tr
In thorough condition for the sea.lorl'S ducks and are surprised l
was one of the RUCcn s at a b'1 I et /v- BOAT\ th-'ine of the ., tared
Jacksonvill '' 'en ;:; play which begins-vith! the opening such\ varm and, i| deliuhtful! sermon will !I. "I/ovins I f Thars
p Those We !IH Not '
by Mr. Chas. A. "Thursdatl dl! tc. of the hotel the first of January. ,down here.-Tljusvllle! > Like t day mornln to examine the tirob.,

f Y rk These gentlemen |it v ill be 'I land of (;r.tt Hahama and oth
of agencies' Dar
tor I'i Eden Woods is in Miami.he winter The hotly of t'o(ii, the infant son of Islands of iht ,
If William! ed. here last t ? croup returned to por
.Life Insurance Catupany, Ill| no j ofa rere ; afternoon : Mr. and Mrs J. H. Pope who '!;'H l st'V-I last night after
of tbt ncffnho will please communicate with Mr.1several, weeks at the tarpon havin" ? Rotten aivmiles
number of agents I
to interchange I, slnssrlences j W. \". Howard Immigration Agent of I under the pilot!; of Capt. j I I consld-j oral days ago In New Orleans, arrive* to ! there
met in the nsunncO/i: I I! this port at the terminal dock for Hlnckle. While |nn the carried ,I here this morn Ins, and will be interredIn l 1 returniu4 to Jacksonville on the night

S S JF i' the purpose of verifying his residence now, they have ; Informed | the I the city cemetery! this afternoon at train. Capt. traham reports that the

'It JOG deslr..to] Mil or *et; your I' as his wife and children are detainedat Hlnckle that the* will be the Unit.. :3 "o'clock by undertaker H. M. King. sea was a little rough and that tb-
list' it with| Hill 4 Lauder, the immigration station at Tampa. when the tarpon begin to bite 1 I The funeral was held at the Methodist gentlemen became frightened and decided
property I 1 and order Church South Rer.
cal estate and rental agents, heater and cannot be released until this Is pact to make a.'greater I Fulwood offlcladng. not to make the trip hence the

,- baRalag, Mlagv s 'tI '(I done. than they did lash tj season. _*__* return to POrt4

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THE : 1 Cut Suite Miami Conservatory of Music,
LJ Was to
HERE .t. ELSEWHERE That Suited Him i .FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH.i Dkcctor Dade County Title Insurance

+ and as a result we are i In Piano,225 Vole Twelfth, Violin, and Street Expression.J of
Mrs?Emma ,[Mrs Jas Rob Complete courses i and Trust Co. Miami. I Fla.
ineon and to little: gbtlf.I'", the former! I now working Clasas In Languages, Harmony, History of Music Sight Singing, Etc. -,
Reasonable rat... Mod.rn.Methods. Send for Catalogue. > ,
is the[mother of I M. T. Mitchell!, FOUR MEN TAILORSin I i FACULTY : i IIICORMRATEO.

ago who, and agent the some laitIs Ie or here lira. tmo Robinson years order to_keep ahead of I PIANO.-Franklln: Coleman Bush-Stern Conservatory I of Music, Berlin.Ger...,| PaId Up Cultil, $50,000.00 :Sirplns, $11000.00

heryounsest| *! >r, all I from Colum: our orders. All this has many.VOICE.MI5.. I'i 'I Insures land titl.... prepares abatratea of title, loaaa and Invests "' ',
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carob 'own this week U Hanna Phoebe ShlppeeBoston.VIOLIN.Mrs. i on Its own account and for other* Acts ,
bia. :SJ C ; ] about by ..rlln.1, money u agent attoraeT-to- ; ;
been brought Stern of Music
Franklin Coleman Bush Conservatory
rpendFome.tlm 4& IheMagic| City. I tact, trustee, assignee executor receiver, or guardian.
The:(ollowing+i'J-viceif will be heldat : the satisfaction which fol- EXPRESSION I AND PHYSICAL CULTURE.-MI.' Lllla B. Carey Detroit. .. Addresa all communications to '

Nfl* Mt ZldtglUptjist! Church t<>, lows work. LA UAG .-Mlu Hattie Carpenter Columbus Chlo.oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.. i
Corena1 our -__- __ i I S. L. PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas.
TLOrr W. meeting cl 11 a -r - -- I ........................ ,
m. 1e hiD!; al l, p ni, and 7:30: ) 11,1 ,

J1!. tipmmnnlonSlra ;\J b,:ar.p.. m. i if. CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS -r -
; Minnie an,1 children I lefi' ; :

Thursday' nigh'I[>r; ,iljrunsw, ick, Ga.,.; We make Pants io your I +: If you don't want to SAVHi MOO:; EY.-we .:an'ti il|I Watches Fiuior' a King.O .

to *vj>end tj.r.' .. ;, "!B faith j relathet;: measure from. i help you. If you do i, come ty
and friend It I U jot UrfinitUy known I

when:. +khio. f irn. '' JP The J. A. MCDONALD If you wear) our watches you will always

Mr. w. p s> lls; bins erected eniee $4.50 i GO.'I be on time.
four-room use an Avenue
Fut nijThl jSixijt streets. AND BUY YOUR j I ''I

othrnl' ( jeetinf! ; of the city I and a Catchy Suitas i Long Leaf Yellow One of the)) best time.pieces made and |

",ill meet Mon.jSjfai tiafte oon as usual low as I ''v Pine Framlna I ;jour price for st is
A goodly I aunts i.|>Pf> ne *I members are : at 516 per M. I
eipecjed. The fStef m goes from
honsc.j to hoUse let I members. It ;: $1 .50.
will meet on )p- lay (ft 3 o'clock at $22.00 Boards same price. We also sell Lime; Brick [4 kinds], _

the palatial hom aQf'M J. M. DingleWe Cement. Sash, Doors. Mouldings, and whatever else a

goat that 1&4 meeting will provebeneflCiai I, Builder' requires:at lowest possible figure. Every Watch Guaranteed.
aitihe'lJIIst have,
\ as ones 1 I t
and tia t* tpeefati mee Ing will be an! work give i
We Guarantee our or
for mon of tie! ladies of the Know 14m Street. Miami Fit LadieV (. ..ize nlckle. $5.00
incentive ; back the money yon paid for it. Ton Where We Are----- I open-:ase
city to attend. 4we ki ow that if the Ladies' silver open case 5.00
ones f*bo have never j I attended will J. A. WORLEY OOOOCCICiXCiI! : ClCI 00'0 i LadieV 6-ttize gold filled! hunting caw 10.00'
.ize gold filled 15.00
only attend,oncWthey. till no doubt attend I
I ize gold filled I- 15.00 '
Next to
Eat mother should make First
gain. : 1 ,The greatest rgain ever offered j One 1 1-16 ct. blue white dia moat
beraejf}} the: meeting and kinds .of Stuff i for only$165.00.. '
thereby an-1'he membership; but ,
- T. T. :EI.
if thty teh PrPer interest are 'called .

t themselves they.S>-lookers will not beInduFed Magic City, I .
: to [join hand. So.Mothers' ,' i Stable Manures eo.oeoootee
Store. 00 oe eee0 .
uk fp join ;eoic1 Meet- Drug : i Dade County Farmes

jag Monday [DI J Monday after- If AXD
isM .n0ce!&t tell r !delleG of Mrs. J. M > I and Truckers i O.
r DtaIe.L- i Baptist I I I ''J.A. BUTLER; M.P.I" : U. B.N. MM.FfM..
jibemorrow h1J Church tog : Sure Need the Best I _
a At e I Proprietor.. | :, S o'ooooo0oooooio.o'e .oioo
.the fowl services will I .
be c<>ndacte3 firnlti and afternoon Kitted
by Ir. J. dtmaD: At 11 a. m. ))rats Patent Medicines Toilet ; Composted and Well

preaching and n at 3 p. m. Those Articles. Sundries. Perfumery It ,can only be had in'one-way. Address: ; Box 135. Miami. Clyatt'siSthbie:

c- 1Ibo[have, bea'I )I'thls' ible divine cannot ani Stationery. m. W. 't 'RgVjF3i5I ,
' allow thei kelves |to not hear him
r i Delivered to any station north of Miami for |5,J5 a ton. Any station 500 ..4 802,Tuelfth, Street.
at these sen-I-rr and those who have In Colored Town ;
: 1 5nly DrugStore south of Miami. $6.00 a ton. { .t_
not beard tlm! Sic lea anTlons tn h rlf COB.ATE;O AND TOTH BTXKKT. -- i I -u --
i and arc innuir l'' eve 'y day about hisssern&s | CALL ON HUGHES & CO., ALL KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS

Pri tonmfhjw.Raptrn( [ Chujrxh I You is know small and the!,;; L Louisville &: NashvilleRailroad Who handle the Miami t adc.J. SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. .I i '

Uttta River.
for )
B. Stephens agent
order! l a17t re get here; real early j jing j HORSES BOARDED CLIPPED AND CARED FOB. ,
in tojgiU' rnythl ,! like a seat. \
I rumor :/ hat.Mr. S. C Payne,, -- I
I and FinestServce ITo I I i I
1 Is luring,. pn tong I very large hall!J Fastest Time \ E. T. CLYATT, Proprietor.
- In of t; sell f on his lot 01 RITTYMachine BROS.
I; A.c G.I "ti.1 theare tj bo "'cv'
era!tnt! qaI .> ('1t.1 The Oil Ftl Ml Points, North, West E ;
Jo;. ; ac taarr: Tans Ije :in!' and Northwest.. :' : GEO. H. ; l'lEYERSContracting

'Cha arid sib 1) morl'. Some oi, i I + | ShopGasolene

"- these OJ out jit the little onrtnil : rimmsrli Pullman Drawing:: R<5nnkepin I' Electrician
horn ,. from I Iacksomille
5 of nib '" r rTf : ears daily -

K -, b" h-M!: i j Launch .
> to Birmingham, | and Kerosine Engine l.iL l.. Supplirx
irisA. '" It.tttcrics. Coils, 1'tc.Avnuc .
y at I ?:[vas Cliiirrh.u :-\ash\"il1c, Evansvi11l Chicago i iSt. i Spark
torn ] li: a. ". :.M 1 : 111.3 C Miami. Florida. Write for prices
1 Louis Pcnsaco'a. Mobile Repairing a Specialty
at.fl1\il i: : .j; kIi ireiJiWr--, ,! :ri."nl 1: I j! I
tteud Chose I and ?\L-U" Orleans. : l' I I
are (' ;i s<"i r errs '

O| MonjlBap ;\f.'r'iIht It the Prliiiit'f.t : GENERAL REPAIR WORK. I'

st (' ,"hfP _'cwcan \\ill Irr-! iESt [Dining) Car SenLe in the HOPS, SOl SEVENTH, STREET. j I I MIAMI FLORIDA. PIERCE & HARDI

turtu the and Diiigh'er"' "_,1111th, 1 Ile: .?..ant fr._ 't reclining chairs -- ---- -- I I1
of Jacob and9 the public: \Chether'yourrare -1---- -,; .
io Fn Join it will l be! I 1I I
Route of the famous "Chicago and
ve ben cr' fur y to attend this Florida Limited." Be sure yonr I HOUSE PAINTERS
led re .htla)' The old tickets read via L. & JX. For rates, ,
.Jacobs 41' re-o'fll ated on said schedules and full information call w rY I I

Dlgbt. llm I on or wri te.

Blit! P..I)8 n. *re,j r beln:; made bjli&Ibers G. E. Herring North of i

thel-CUvel of Harris* Chni-! -..ir Agent, .
\- f yloddatr0/w. .Bay '""'-.. first National Bank I Miami. Tl
A. It. E' / $ Church, for Monday .Ieeu..ytt..r1a. "
'I ...
nigBt'a, -Falrgit. Baijnw I ell's H-U Allfriends .
.1 .7I
,,, of thWj struggling chuira! are F. W. HAHN
requested+tbt bttendj)j' at leant long FRUIT TREES \\10 el ,
;, eno&rht to purchase. ,something, and it -
\ you:.cannottl, I send some one AND ORNAMENTALS. 10 furnished houses of 4 to 10 room at $<'>00 Architect and ;;BuilderI
I preset 1 fOR RENT to $125 each for the Tourist Season. 20 furnished -
Mr. Will nks, a flrut-claM baker room at five !(dollar to $10 per week. f
aD lito' :I an offer In Key West I I now have In my employ one of the beat
.ttake cl i age; ofj one of the well Are you join to put u7, trees orornamenUls A variety of city residences at from $(,oo to draftsman in the South, and am better
known hotel, fin; tbe Island City.hejjll this MMoaT Now to the fOR SALEthe $000. Vacant lot ;$150 to $500. One mile prepared than ever ,for furnishing plans
Whether or not:Is yet Urn to do It Write u your vABta. city limits on the Orange Glade rock road We have a very desirable and details tot good building, fine cabinet -
; adept I we offer the following: suberban Ohio settlement forming, don't' u want to join UtI? We work. etc. I am now headquarter
leftto'bt. |if. H< has a very nlco ORANGE and GRAPE FRUIT TRTE3. haveorange and grape fruit groves all kinds of improved and unimproved for turned work scroll sawing and an
here for_about three months. All of these at theOVNER'S done in
offer Over threehtutdred thoosand of them land.Huita for fruitHtrncking and farming. work usually a FUST CLASS
tomorrowtt{ f ;t Bethel A. M. E. on tour orange roach lemon trod LOWEST TERMS. General Conditions govern price planing milL,

Cbttrch conducted the:,: U t til10wiulr,ve reast services at 'II will a. m.be CURl valuable trUollaU rarieUea.stock. *-all'tl e moat C. C. ;Carroll & F. W.I AmasonSuccessors Send me your order for doors and win-

Preaching ;,af j:3 p. m. and tbe sacra- PEACH TREES-Two hundred thousand to C. C. Carroll. Office214 Ave) P, North near 3rd Street|I dow frames ballusters, Ibrack[' t.! etc.

ta lit of'the;I lord's JBupper. The Sac- -mostly Florida rarleUea, u BM 1 I and be convinced MIAMI, FLA
rajnent wllfinot be administered at trees as we ever crew. A.heavy d. 1- i
nifht as hettftoforcl,: but at bight all mend for them. Better cet roar or
eyes ate tfaffied: : on Dr. Vewmnu'who der Inat once. | Amer ca's Most Perfect Wheel
:II haven's cle Co.
watt preach Ut the! above lurch at I BUDDED PECANS-We ben- The C

7:|t. All ready we hear saints and tofore been able to crow anfflrlent to

htners, frpeSklng' about Dr. Newman supply the demand but hart a alee ,, AVENUE, MIAMI FLA.I The H.aoyol

otk tomorro*and tomorrow night. Apacked lot this,__. I
booe! will 50 without saying ROSES AND ORNAMENT ALC-Orer '
Come : f you 'F ant a seat. fifty thout and fine field grown graft Anything and Everything for the Bicycle Differs from the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth

/ Barry will not go up to Fort ed sis roses.varieties On selected hundred especially and twenty for; I I easier, and is propelled the same way.

Lattderdale'"-p'1 be at hte tomorr, chart;h>w all as day.usual Regular He'I I Southern planting"- ,Al o s one lot AT THE RIGHT PRIES I The less the friction, the 'easier the push.

services aunts church also We haven I of ornamental shrubs,,hedf plants, has less friction Crank
The on its. j
& been a1.1.. tcvlAnd just what h'.i and shade trees. 1 bits The lilt first 1m..... Mr 6n las. l. IM .llMcnt StU*. Racyde Bearing

w!rvloe: oral, to J but we know that ,.loUR 1905 CATALOGUE cites deacrfp .IIM rhi tile t sly ...,....... f hi. ..... k-I aaf src.s..fail lktdni < .: than any other bicycle.P1c .
tins and prices of these aDd'IDU.J I
there if' all and i
will Kervijes nlghL i I
l : more trees and plant and contain Goods. No Shoddy or Cheap Work. \
"Mrs.: Tiftl I"S. M Joshua returned I rateable Information Write for acopy No Shoddy or Cheap .mbinsI

h itue this,morning, who has been away,. I
f< r several IlIonthK. v Au repair work is oositlvelg gMranteed. If it
GLEE ST. IIBT IURSSEIES have an up-ro-date plumbing establishment
There having be

e Primitive Baptl,t Church this year" G. U. TAKER Proprietor. x connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and a
ail tbeLdeacois have asked -DrXewman.to.conduqt ., Make i it
yet. 7. > RightDon't
/ services for them .Bos I prepared to do the best work. Call and see me.
Glen 8t Mary. Florida "- I
during hl./tay In the city which hehal )
accented. Re r. Newman Is now throw yourbra.. plujjjjed: t.r ni'vcut tireawa. Kitlur I M. MCDONALD
tube or G \: J tire We'11 uKanuc them and make them newOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO i
.topping!: atjthe' ho ie of his old friend/ r'-oley's Kidney Cure tingle ,

.1 ; mate kJdacya a a_WHu> ddt. i


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TATE NEWF.I : I: ; I 0 {

.ieproFes I Rev. J. N. Thompson- formerly of Miami

>rt Pierce. Indian River, but now residing ,
*a I.soCper&t*
at LaCrosse, was among the r t.. MlamUFlorld*
vUllors: to this city yesterday. Mr. I --
1 ompson la an eloquent preacher and Fishing InJFJa
I c lurch worker. He was compelled to Where People
attasoxs I lave the East Coast on account of his ;Hotel

IT- 1kW. b eallh, and has accepted the pastorate
I cT the LaCrosse Baptist church. ,The : :
WiD,;...."an eoor jiu ..J!*-.": J.eople of that section should feel cratif I
tsetlttlwtoreua'"f'' "'* p4od his services, and ft Is :, FLORIDA
ed securing
I I at I '
ad 'I'UIM. Jt toaotar. : Are
[ "aU f... 1 oped that he change: of location may i MakingComfortable I I
I I I!rove beneficial to his health.-Galnes- RESORT
T.8XAOOS.M.K! Jllle Sun. J
e ',: .t. .CosafortaMe
OOe, wUa4Croilnaaa .' I Airy Roma.
......14t1a IbM Their work completed, Foreman J. I I i .the Bay.
ca.erara C Irby and the crew employed: under 561.
Choice PropertiesWe i IU.
YUMI. I FLO (ilm on the Merrill-Ste>'ens work of

J. .. JAA ltt'JLr j I 'building 11I leave for the Jacksonville South Beach tomorow.bridge, Have for Sale I i -1i .-r-' .

omcs The Tug Dewey will arrive from Street.:
BI6cAYNE Bto.c,A'lt.I e 1 D. ck onvllM'about dawn affil will taken i ; t tI

i 11IAY1.IIASIIfI.. { tow the lighters, pile drivers and ...... .. ... .. I + ; r.prietw.
: I Brick business bloc on Avenue Z> ..I.: ............ ,
'0 her apparatus used in the construe- 10 Iota on Seventh street .............................. ...... ......1 I
R. W. B. RUSH. I n i of the bridge, while the workmen 1 house:'and lot,bay front riparian ri its.... ...... ...... ........1 j I i

rf .' rill take passage on the boat and re- 1 house,and lot foot of Twelfth street.................... ............ '
f 0tI50JtUa.ire4'PtM iL 'tarn to the metropolis. While the Ito' and lot Thlrtenth street,a Bern Improvements ........,j I .
'....N fA,9ih 8aa* f main work Is finished here ate odds lBoaseaaBdlotsoaTweinhatreet.fts9iLSOO.Mto ..............j t f' ,
: r.l Jll TLA.w. ,and ends to be attended to that w'lll I room house with 2*lots with bearing trees; Fourth street ......1| '

keep a small force boar for a week or BOUt and lot oa roorth street Bear Avenue D ................... ".' r
JACnB :ten days on the bridge proper. Work -room house and lot OB Third ...... ...... .................1 j : ...... .
t .&:ar ':t' on the draw la not yet completed and House,and 3 tots 00,'I Pint stivet. torah, .......... .......... ....... I I 'I '\
BpecilcaUoos aa4 Detalll MaderTJor Mr. Decker estimates that two weekspore SO-acre eras,* and grape fruit grove near Coeoaaat Grov ........., t: fhrlt.. ..
BHdlajs of AUKIads,fiaepterideaces ; win be consumed In IIDIahIQ 10 acres, three and one-half
'/ t a Specialty.| the structure. He expects the rails Grove ...... ....4.M ...................... ....... ............. ::
I-. Omcs, 1315 e.3ALTER Arcipc, D. wfll be down and trains running across acres One tarmlBf land at CmtUr .. ..... ...... ................1. .. .
the bridge before The end of tha month. Mere orange aDd grapefruit grove at orange Ridge........ ...... \'JeW- -I tit Ge.,lsl
C. DcGA&MOl I f ,:-St. Augustine Record. Two One young orU& and grapefnlt groves on Miami titer with!! JI"

"t1 I I ,riparian rights $ ,ooo aDd uoo.oo ,' 'I
; c31tOii' ft t- A dastardly murder was committed House and J lots oa Seventh street corner Avenue H.
s by aa unknown assasslb last night at fine farming and citrus' lands from $20.00) aa ecn np :
:Room 4.Metropolis buildfng.HcwrsStoli the home of Mr. John Hummer. a Several furnished houses to rent for the season. Gall and see ... '
| Mta t1. Fla. i
and '
highly respected and well known cit Mere grapefruit pineapple .1
M izen of Duval county whose home is lo- 10 auea..u4'1 room house barn stable tool house and work house .
R. H.is sJY AtoUR sated seven mile'fiorthwest of the ,bearing orange /aad grape fruit grove oa Miami river with riparian

; .AttorneyafcLaw f.t city on the Dinsmore road. A load of ta-u'ldeal horn. r.| I
; b f shot was sent crashing through Mr. to acres fine pine land on which Is a.5 or ( acre orange and It t
6---r.ii grove 100 bearing trees and other varieties of fruit trees; 4-room RafrWd Ds90L
i Will poetic U all th' State as t"*tnbtrt Hummer's brain and death resulted
*. Particular atlM o*,to CoiporjUalfjfMcaatlte almost Instantly. food ((well eta Biggest bargain la Dade county: 4 1-1 miles from
Mad E.UM [(>Bd PrabA LawQAcea. oa Rock Road. Price,IUOO.OO. '
XLA14t J'L& At the time of the murder Mr. Plum-
| rrUwll B lUi | 8 1 Iota on Eleventh street for all $ 'ooo.oo. :
n y the front porch ofUs
ner was sitting on
35 acres pine and prairie land,10 acres Improved half mile'sooth i Jot I .
home playing: a violin. Near him '
P.D.&C.MRO&R| : rag seated one of his farm hands. Suddenly Hotel; 800 feet frontage on bay; 400 bearing fruit trees; (-room
heard furnished: horse and, wagon; 75 laying hens and out buildings. Price.
the crack of a gun was I
or the 10 acres with all Improvements about 400 feet bay front for,$ f enlarprd i
CIVIL ENGINEERS| from across the road and almost Instantly all modern
Mr. Plummer was seen to reel ) have
Metropolis BoiUii. & 432 1TirdftStr and fall from his chair. His wife was I

t. ial i Flor'1l1 called and in a few minutes after she I _
reached his side he expired without SPIERS &ME : : t''

GEO. L._ MfeOKllLDdril uttering a word. Those at the home I
of the murdered man at once notified j ithe
Eajkwr | neighbors;:; and relatives, and while I j Real Estate and Insurance Agents,; I i UP
i 1 fA.RetaUe I Box 177, or 1200H Avenue D. I
COCOANUT GROVE the prostrated wife, others at once setI I I fj'
out to find the asI3ssln-Jacksonvllle I MIAVI. : -b.- F I II FLORIDA. 1

Contractor&iuilder: r,. letropolls .-- -- -- ---- oo-- 0 ----T--I }I'I I e .
techaniiad I .. I' I YNE
Pricnlo yoorwork p..t.aid I'emplayllint t"6\lIo.MTCJWU" oa.<...t"#1\< _:r'me hr.rtereu: .< Under and by virtue or a decree of I' ; Meat Retailers, j i iI
...;.-. i>Miamlrida; ; foreclosure and sale issues out of the I I i
FRED KjJTTJ R. Circuit Court' of the Seventh Judicial I FLORIDA AND WEsTERN MEATS POULTRY EGGS AND VE .\ ; ,
Circuit of Florida, in and for DadeI II i '
I Corner Avenue D and Third streets Miami.
General Contrl4 tor. County, in a cause therein pending
\ 1905.
Grading.Blasting., t. ; i wherein the Bank of Bay Biscayne, a '
(i'"i I
W.lla Drilled,' Sldey lk corporation, is complainant end Stuart -
and Road Cohrtrucffin H. Hale is defendant, the: under-

'JENNIE-M. PARRU ,' I signed Special Master in Chancery, Soybold'sBread. .
? & and I.1 roewrlter. will sell at public auction in front of
Gout Reporting,D po.ttloJ.* i.ifoUwe I the court house door, at Miami, Florida I
*.'Teacher of 4k>rtluai- l urns I during the legal hours of rile, on i SON
TweUtIt SiroiL g
Has,. MM to B-fft awl 2$.to 4:00. I the first Monday in January A. D. ,
a..w.ce2 aria., C.I 1W.CMAYNAfcD UJ I I 1905, the same being the second day Is made under healthy conditions. '
of said month to the highest end belt We do an mixing by the latest II1&j j

:tofu. I I bidder for cash the following described chinery patented. i ,; j
real estate of Stuart H. Hale the j
Gftd.oddIIIIIl: ; defendant situate, lyingand being TR.-y: ..a. I ...,

In the county of Dade ana State of I ,
an.A slut Wa.l. Florida, or so much thereof a* may be tot our Homemade BreaC for your ( $ ,DAY ASD UP

,ama iar6ce. !y fait i I jTatcSp sufficient to satisfy said decree aDd health. That's why you should try It i ,

"j- ckJmUrile;; coats of sale, to wit: The kind thaw preferred by peoplefor II >

,-- Lots forty-nine (49) and seventy miles, around. .
; : NOTICE.A ; I (70) of McDonald's plat or map of I I I
i1 : :: -
special meettftt of stockholders the business center.Cocoannt Grove WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE .
ot the Tropical H&e Im piw' .- which plat Is recorded in Book "A" of : I
meat Company. of Kla j Florida. tshereby Plata of the Dade County Land Records : I'1
caned IorWeda&iav. December at page 16, being part of Lot one JOHN SEYBOILD.
14. ItM, at tie ofl|jOf; the tom- (1), o! section twenty-one (Sl; towa- B.
parry la J amJ. 'F1or1 the FrI -, ship fifty-four (54) South, range forty- I
I:pose of Tottnc oft *Jtt.Ioa to one (41) east .I Miami, ; : : : : Florida.I
( : ::='lo d.a.
,Increase the capital stoyt to tlOOJOOO," R. H. Seymour.1 I
cud other business to fee beto ,the Special Master In Chancery. I I
meeting. I I-I I Patterson & Erwin, 'II j'' n' .
; I I
I M. Y;I rown j Solicitors for Complainant!L I 1 : .... T.. . . . . .
I : ( I II
I' I '
< .
I :
9 I ... . ... .. ...... . ,. Keller & Miller
I TAB :r
A nc liD -If i e If .YOU want a Bargain, .' I I .0
S"k"1! I buy jour in I .
Ponget -'ed I f < Dealers
aijp othe I Dress Gocdf.b. the ''oun*?. ; i

aland Winter Patternih n : Dress Good I s1: j Call and ,..cc our line of Crock- .j I Fish f i Gentemen
JI..bc< la sand Tinware'Atxtw
111 ;| try -
I I' Ousters
"r I. .. .. . . . . .. : \
t ...., D .''I- I : an.d Oame.'r
Ntlr'pgi t1? i W Prop.RAULERSON. $. Proprietor
---- -_ ----
l'i3 f --
-i t J JJ Fish are kept in traps-Killed after Oijder is !

1m tl AI.ER IXChoiclme received |I= .

I 1{
I'Ve Ilcat 61eata, Choi.C Poultry. attention
.... ts' l'oiite Attention [ Orders taken daily-Prompt to

Pik 5 Dod esld? pout try !AI R T R EAT )1 E K T. II _t j I_ jl

; Phone' Orders .. I ( .

11. : I I '
aDccra to c. IAIJI.EII5011 Shops,Forges
; O. ._...tailUaIle4 tile _at lIasi-' of Second.Street and Bo hevard.Y j I
Corner 13tkt5t. and Ai;.. D _.seas la.see be done at the

.. .: mechanic

I k it

,, ,...Ah.'J l.
w1r h+ '- <' ,. ._.-"dx..anVbf ,C .ih d.ufsw<

r -lsL I' .!]l I

I '
--t.ME f NG Of EOUCATORs.geutheN Blessed Florida! An now at this he eel ow who Is-trrwayi claiming I|
moment when all nature, both animate that the world owes hlnT a living Is t
S 'M --r usually to Sale effort at I
},iEducational Association and and Inanimate, on the eastern lazy any
Teachers. shores of the continent Ii locked in collecting the debt.
| 'Florida Stat,|
Educational I Assocla- the Icy fetters of the Arctic king,hereIn When
The: Southern } I ITfembet The pessimist mourns over the in Doubt
29, ? 31. this land of warm and genial skies blossoms that have fallen to the ,
The rlilirtda' Stag T..uh'r!.' ABSO-- ue linger in'the lap of summer, enjoy ground; the optimist looks at the I ,
lilt ion ill be men this semi. her rare gifts freo'from the region blossoms i
c and that remain on the tree.
apuarbnventlon, has conse-' of chilly Masts and a landscape nudebltak Blu
IfQut'nllf- lbanl"n..l, ht meeting:: at :Ml- and drear by the congealing Some men swear because thy think Flag e. Serges

aim. ,.hlf-h was to zve tern held ontt4 breath of ul q; mast delightful resort on the contl Is very limited, and all who
: saxb RHTelar l'sdatt's.the ;: >' of [he Southern Ed- nent--June weather the year 'round. do swear do so because they are very I l That' for choice' of cloth. .\beutlthe[ making of the

&tonaff.Association executive com GainesUllv; Sun. fooliohNutially's ) .uit-thart another .tory \\Vie '> uit at $lrt.(O that

: rL41ee.r:! iipenntem!lent R. J. TiRhe. '! I z we'll stake our reputation.; :The serge i" a tightly knitted -

fcs: | antwiincpd thef securing of low ; nnnmmmmmmmn1mmmmmmmmmmmmnttn@ !. staunch reliable textile] guaranteed all wool to theselajje
r;4s frniu thjUtociaifbn <.. Soi| them Passengeriiads ; i .
= i4 warranted ncxir (ilirink, crock, fade or l _
;! of rail and an efsicure WHO'ISYOUR' it. sprightly lu..tre. The snit i i.. intelligently lined and
loA made t extra (con
:.,4iionigfroni" iif-Jpe: the qt ori.iArallroedh, The t I fib with a character that tH.-sls.ak-brainy workmannbip.

thai wt 1V insure a Urge attendance.E CAbDYI Druggist! ::3= All styles that fashion demands i'and size to assure

? 1'KOPKK; FlTTINi TMS fur build of
,1nrbt till, A buii<* t any man.
The &gram; nujlp up of most em! Pure. Biscayne 1J Il1I
IneU! ed&fcators of the South, will soon = _. I I et
== =--. ::=::
L4 In circulation. 'E ;3I 1 -- --. -- -
t = -- ---t-I I
C mmitttee.1. I :::
Drugt = !
,\ chairman. Tampa; !== of our Drugs ::3
.S.8 .mecutive pfon, secretary 11== -* andpreparations ? ;
Gal ; ('. Russell Brooks- E This Store. Co I fresh. are -::::aj SCHLOSSMOS&C n.. f.SALTtnet Maa.r. Our Shirt

,infbing! ; t Rowena,,1..nnlttJllrp. Bar.j_e bu the O u r methods ko.ras : :
tb >Z; Dfrd" I Carrie Br yard, Tallahassee 1=' _--.- are commended :: L ---- -- -_
T, t. o* is, Lake City; Bert Fish. De"i.adi'f -, SOLE by all reputable ;;;;I
: j D. Cam, Ocala, ; W S Caw' E AGENCY )J. C Abenethy physicians.flmUlUiUiUUil :3 Sale IsitIIiOn !

Strings.m 1- ::
and enter
1l l UUUiUiU ItlllHtHIXtHtt UUiilUUiUilUUiUi3MSN I .
.Uiametj'membersblp and badges, and' .
bureaijof information have been ap-.1
:a polnted.fj Jacksonville .will make eveiy -'I Have you tried one of our high-class shirts at a

,effo'rl,,to give the visitors a good cheap shirt price? We have, ''about ten dozen

:! t1'i: i I! more to go in'our celebrated madras
face."v -- : Pr SaiD I I $i.oo shirts at .' ., : 75
;. ; STATE JNEWS.Valnwrlg .
!J: ::..L Depart And only a few dozen: in' the' finer
: 89'j
'. |\ it,. the young girl Ilion of Mkarits, j 1 1.25 shirts to go at. *. . C
'ed 3 yl's who 11 Cf red as a principal I = ......II
.... ... .
\ Ja e .*> ease. on of Tampa's latest o These
,, F_N goods are actually 123 cloths and of the
ao a mdt fshocking; t candals, seems not .. :I,: iI
four profited by the experience, as newest light, dark patterns in figures and stripes
.tbi teen on Franklin street last I

?/ a'iht, "'1\.feen 9 and 10 o'clock In theiyjbf )1st b tacit tI NY nah 6ei galserwyIrlsreeYdof t' -

t .codpa4: a man. |II I .. RED l'R"O'SS I .... ailiyke'elow.f''u' ,
_larletidtt tried to Induce her to go ''' h ;

'iMMie, wtt were nat successful Pat Stationery.PhARMAGY Ml I i Ik Chocolates 8 1

roUnan eran4l Mr. Barnett ear nary ImJiy.. Wi wi

rtefl herjo Chief Jones'" office. Otr Wiry be wI its G L Bard c, CMUHt ffA iTMMtOH '
She fis detained "there until her R.W.RhodesMIAMI%%
!nest yes : Presides. wbfar .Iu L. t
father jaftlved and| arrlett her home, _
Tribune. f
ipjte 1 1tlson I '
jam. J4 q: Is proudly: exhibiting to We m tti mMbs a I !:

hieIribiijia a swee., potato grown on file Usbess at ov sew I. I
his fantiS near: Grand Crossing, abouta I FLORIDAI
Sanitary Fountain
|!ullejjnd a hat f from tins city ,
"1 njch weighs twelve pounds and nine We always keep our 11olilt < i I
OY CEJ..tJ'hIS: show;i,"'hat Florida sand wished frills I aod J' /

w do}rJacksonvie.tfeiropolis., Sri t fresh
.1 ,1.i I I II .
011 !;!ie,'er runthe 11 ot pro; I I
br nhing dot k your n.hlor! "idtBt Koo''''Mil! hiss r,"'useI i to
net in the ('arntett! i--- uoriv.; tril <
Possibly s if I Tt.,1 I, h.el I l.i i-a 11 alone
and not +olici! <..I h, u->i',,7--->.n'r or '
later hataU| <-n : hand: in eh' a.Taali's
0 his wi\ <,f lim.K! 'li;ii':x you ,Knhw,
The north anl w".1 .ire sro' \\' anil
Clothes for ice MUll'\\ hilt] IKTIin :Miami wo
A. DANK.tr.ll.tt.
are enjoying| life in warm, 1"'Itoml'Inl .

t. : and Ui'iiutlful, snn hincWest. / Wtilflie

Fla/tlt'r h lit build! his railroad to Keys

It a stupendous undertaking,
1 e Boy. f but the A addln of the East Coast does

t aa; ). Banner sometry' i r marvelous, things.-Ocala'I,I{ ',

Men who are tiling to let you go
in on the j ground floor usually hare a:! Come and See Us
..I Ts.i trap door ready toilet you Into the

.i.ii basement., 'lfe>.1.I.[ Opposite' the Postoffice.

I! : .
The happiest day of a youth' life lathe ; I
day he nest notices that he wets.! OUR STOCK I IS !

his musta'cho when drinking out of a Fug! 1 L oe of Hardware ,

i rut cup.. I SASHDOORS HEW "AND! and

: 1t 1 COMPLETE Farming ,

I l lI oceries' 'I PAINTS Prices are Low Implemen

.That; an jnot' pure and fresh ate dear J. W. WATSON

I'I'I at any price. We sell our goods at such
I prices as Ito enable ni to move them
aforevtbey hare chance to set old. -. ,.
Nowadays the boy must be drtsssd as well and carefully as the/nan., You -,, ------- i, .---- -r---

can't afford to Itt other boys have any advantage over,I your boy., .It Hence. we always have I I "W T n..dletha
wont do. .It handicaps him, and makes him feel an Inferiority he shouldn'teaperIeeca.
Get out of the idea that.anything 'Is good enough for the boy. Pure and Fresh Oliver Typewriter5Because :;

Send him 1I.reHe l [

I Groceries : : :

can't go wrong! : Let t Us Prole This Statement e r I

; It la superior to afl otheta
To Yon. We are selling them. too '-elotN i
r i We make a specialty of Boys' Clothing, and put a great deal of our our price and term art easy tt I'M'
time and our brains into procuring thcbest.i I want a food machine let M ten 70*

about the .
i \ t
Suits for boys from. . .. . .j.,, 'J.'OO to $12 4gnoliaGrocery' OUVKR. ;

t r n pants. from . . . . .. r i..5Oc.. to $2.00 { .. J\


Ai) machine shop has been added to
.. 'C6. CORNER FOURTH ST our large establishment. to'satisfy the ;ji.
demand for a first clays repair shop
Miami's Leading Clothiers. 304-306 Twelfth Street MIAMI. FLA. AUTOMOBILES and :GAS EXIXK.S. -,
<; and that -irparni.ent 'Is In
I barge! of skilled maehlnlrts.t'e! are ,
White Eagle Bather Shoe. at jour service.LOFTON.
It I
Fonr Chairs.
t NoVSaitirj; "

y T l a .f (Best Seriice'1n the City. a E1MG t ,

A. COLBY Proprictct, ,
Successors to Lotion :A Johnson. Oppo."Ue Post vine.ldtamtlRa.aefrthroeat ,
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