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 5, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00222
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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No.jioa';':.. si.lrsiwitaik: ; MIAMI, FLORIDAMONDAY.. DECEMBER .7. 1904. ti::::. "" Price!, 5 Cents

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CONGRESS METAND' : IT Will REQUIRE SIR: THOS.,: DEWAR 'flSLAND CITY j 1 i, Sumlav lay Kri'l night Kwart and They Munil.iy, lh- will iiinnlertT plav of Saturday Frank : TElEPHONE i CO.

i \\hiciak.r. met 11'! -iili Friday on the
WILL VISIT MIAMI HAD HANGING j Hc.tfTold 1 in atoiieim fur his crime

ADUOURNEAfter O 5619619,852$ 1 ; 7 I I I 1 The young man wax perfectly resigned ; ORGANIZED R TODAY

I II I stet his fate c't.erfully.! He MlatI .
I i ed that he wall willing to give:; his life

BJn i'! TO RUN U. S. GOVERNMENT FROM'';; Will act as Referee at .Automo Frod Ewart Executed For i Mur- I|i i for Muulil the gladly one he die had a taken thousand an.l limps that he If I -

{ 1905 TO JUNE 1906- THIS
Having Session : ,, he could but bring hark the life vf Glenn C. Frissell
Minis J IS THE ESTIMATE SENT TO CONi bile T Tournament. Bering Frank Whitt ker.I his xirtlni. Pres.. Harry
But a Few' ; i GRESS TODAY. I II -- :I When led from his rell he asked McCown, Sec. and Treas.

i ; permission to see his fellow prisoners
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and man allowed! to visit all .of (hem. I ,-
t f I Washington Dec 5.-The frMlmatfn! He shook hands with "Dntchie" )11'1,1
GALLERIES WERE CROWDED. lof appropriations required for the sup i bourne, and said: "I 1 hope you will COMPANY HAS STRONG FINANCIAL
WITH SPECTAT FRS D DESKS{ port of the Government for the fiscal EMINENT SCOTCHMAN. WITH SERIOUS CRIME. give your life cheerfully for the one BACKING AND WILL INSTALL -

BEDECf-ED I year ending June U, 1904. transmitted, you took as I am going to do." After AN ENTIRELY NEW SYSTEM
OF' ,MEMBERS to Congress today by the secretary of I i I be hail said 1 goodbye to all his fellow HERE.

; 'FLOWERS..t I. II the treasury, aggregateS $61:1.669.852This : prlKoners he was led into the courtyard

Is nearly five million dollars I Sheriff Hicks and Deputy Sheriff -

-t :r less than that required for the permanent The personality and record of the Key ,We t. Fla.* Dec. :3.: -'La Conda Sands Walked beside Ewart und Ore.

I annual appropriation already doings of Sir Thomas Dewar, M. P. the mare belonging to Col. j. C '''''hal Light. Gardner, and Fogarty tollowed. A meeting of the..tockhol4en of the

: W h1qton. 1) S: e Senate provided for by law.SH of London, who will shortly Visit the ton remained In Tampa. Several between race The condemned man ascended thescaffold Miami Telephone Co. wa held thin

j noon toga' ami brUltUt'' United are expected to be run the without flinching. He remained morning[ and the formation
.opened.at States, and who will partklo mare and other noted horses from of the company
and eo red delhl up some time In prayer with
surrounding .er perfected with the
pate In the auto rages at Ormond the following
and State. I
'"TJae'pJIer1ea and; cha.iHw.r'were, I DIKERACES Father Snebelln and then bidding officer and director elected for tM

crowded with spectators.HMM f. Daytona the coming season. Is quite : The steamer Algiers of the Sou then I those around him goodbye, he told the ensuing year:

Interesting, or more so 'than that of i Steamship Co., will leave Philadelphia I sheriff he was ready. At twenty-two Glenn C. FrisseU-President.

AIM Met "cI'Iff oure.d.Wahington. STARTED the popular Sir''' Thomas LJpton. who Thursday for the South. : The ship minutes past eleven Mr. Hicks pallet I I Harry C. McCown-Secretary

Dec. 5.-, Jut lea- baa made his name'famous among the Is expected to arrive in Key West the catch. After banging ten minutes Treasurer.

don of the fifty-eighth .wu sportsmen through hi* persist la t but about December 5. the body was cut down and the doctor Director -Glen. C. FrisaelL EdwardC.

caned to order at soon toof>>. and the Ineffectual desire to! win the American The rumor about'town that LeonardLee pronounced Ewart dead. Death was Romfh. A. p. Anthony Harry C.McCown
-.Hou e of Representative grented a AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN cup for yachting England. had been lynched at I Tampa 1* instantaneous, the fall breaking his Glenn O. Stroh James 'T.

gala appearance vljh flotws. on the LAST NIGHT-171 MILES COVERED The latter however, confines his without foundation. Many !!threats to neck. Undertaker Lopes took charge Sanders and James R. Anthony Jr.

\ desks of the member TIT House adfrmtA porting enthusiasm to one branch of that cad have been made but the indication of the remain and prepared them for The company ha* been ftaa e4
at 12:53 o'clock d"| the ens- p. port, while Sir Thomas Dewar take' are that he will receive a burial Fred Ewart was only twenty strongly and a contract closed with Ii

torn to meet and then adWarn on the INJURED BY FALL. an active Interest la all manly sport. fair trial In court, and glvei; a chance years old. He was In prison eighteen well known electrical supply company

t first? day of the seu"on. '., I The two KnlghVs are bachelors and to prove hi* Innocrase. I months, but was in perfect health. to furnish the new system and to continence

I repented his deed and work at Once.
He sincerely
special favorite King
Edward and Mr. H. J. Brown, representing the
DECIDED OFF-DA'( New York, Dec. 5.-The first accl This I* In
I have been shown special companionship American DeForrest system of wished to do all in his power to atone accordance with the recommendation
WITH OP OSIN ARMIES dent In the six day bicycle race for It. He was prepared to meet his of Mr. Grant tk
favor by the King of England. expert
-:, I IChefoo. I telegraphy. Is In the city and in
which began at Madison Square Garden Their business careen have Judge: and met death bravely.An electrician, who went over the
Toklo and It PttNburg ,Report been a* a short time will have the plant herein
at midnight night, occurred wonderful are Incident occurred which shows ground personally and decided that In
as they Identical In the 4
"Nothing polng ftjoday. perfect working order. Mr. Will
today when Patrick Keegan. of Lowell. t view of the
as' the great interest manifested toward present condition of tie
._ $ I way success, both started with Boyle who will have the entire chargeof
I Mass., was thrown from his wheel and telephone service here
little this case. One of the workmen at and the rapid
Chtfoo, Dec. 5.-here Bjabsolutelyno or no capital and without an) the plant here, will as.lst In thework.
so badly hurt thathe was forced to growth of
wireless telegraph station climbed a Miami that the old system
new from Port Arthur|daY of any personal prestige. Both were comparitlvely i
the track and whether he will should be
i. poor boys when they startedout pole two hundred feet high sal sat on discarded entirely and a .,
nature. |" I I"Toklo. return or not to the track has not yet for themselves': to build their The dance given by the!I Ninth Artillery the top watching the execution. His new system of I th3 most up to date

been determined.A up Band, at La Brisa, was attendedby caused much excitement and order installed.
business action
r Dev. 5.-ContIIt, gbs.( remal In hard sprint led by Johnson for now spread all over the world.* which Bothare a large crowd who thoroughly enjoyed -I fears were entertained for hit safety The gentlemen Interested In th*

the same at the front; tod: t a..1.d there nearly an hour ended in King, of the the evening. The dances will ) but when he had viewed the spectacleto company announce that they Intend
enormously a
rich and
Is no news or activity of any, imo rt- Rossi no team losing three laps and as popular. and be repeated every Tuesday' owningif he quietly descended. it shall be one of the moat modern sad
both are firm believers in the I his satisfaction r
ance<< reported from[there !!J JI 1 1l the bunch passed him for the third! efficacy the patronage warrants It.. efficient In the Stale, and ere fully
of publicity In building
I time he steered- to the inclosure and up a large bus TV; lire department of '!Key West I able to carry through to a successful
iness. They the
are largest advertisers
St. Petersburg, il ec., !; There"lh$.I he had had quite enough of tha race. In their respective turned out on parade Tui>s.Uy I COTTON MARKET --- ,.!-- ss BH4M+- nnounce that! Miami win

been derih'of n<< f the At eight o'clock this morning sixteen lines In the, have a telephone
a t. : world today. marched through the princl!\ul streets IS STILL WE"K.I service that i* a

today and it has ben on tt the teams were on the track and all were : I This was done by order of H. G. great improvement over the old system -
front I There Is
a divergence
decided orP days of {he palgn tiel at the end of the 176th mile.Later.Keegan's howover. between : inside of the next thirty dayi.
the two baronets In nationallty.1tbe Fulford. in order that t people: With Decline of From Thirty to Sixty
peaking. Injuries were
rally '-4 one being Irish 1 might see that everythingclass : Points. -
itNAtPAiTiM and the otter
dressed and after a rest of an bour he : I
t Scotch. Both condition for fight In scot
reappeared on the track to relieve his are wonderful workers..' -
I n.
N partner Logan and possess what is known as nerve, At the regular meeting rtf the! f I New" York. Dec. ".-The cotton market FIRE DEPARTMENT 4 4h.
$ in tackling business >lral I'ni'-n/ of I
i iON At 10 o'clock fifteen teams had ridden any proposition.Sir City l..ooh'n| :t Aiur- showed continued weakness to.7iT.

20S miles and three laps. The record Thomas LJpton'' has not courted apolitical ices, Wednesday L-ht: the f<}ii'i!.>>' .r..' of i i and openel at a dfcline of from thirty t

for ten hours riding Is 220 miles (career neither has he won fleers were n-Vcd for ini'U>...:UK to sixty points. The near months sold WAS: ORGANIZED

TRJnIAGINI The Downing-Umberg and Krebs- fame in a literary way as baa Sir year.: Fraternal Master. Jj| A. Wiiitberfonl ilown to about 7 1.2 cents per pound, or '

Fogler teams are one lap behind the Thoma? Dewar. Sir Thomas Dewar ; Justice John H. ifarki, Sit I a decline of practically ten cents per .

V _I I J : rest. Is a member of the'House of Commons,'I retary, Percy Weatherf I INiund since the culmination of the
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j,,; i for Lambeth, and I it also Is an ex-Lord A. H. Mcinnis; Truth. Date' C''star: 'I bull campaign last winter. AT MEETINd HELD SATURDAY

:...FOR THE MURDER, ] ox i CAESAR LITERARY RECITAL Sheriff of London] and therefore in Protector B. D. Jenks; G lhl" I. n 'I Afierth e Initial break the market NIGHT DAN HARDIE CHOSEN ;

YOUNG IN NEW YORK' -FIRST BY MISS INGRAM. line to be Lord Mayor of the British Tremble; Guard. Victor H. Robeits; showed a slight Increase but continued CHIEF AND ED GRAHAM ASST.

TRIAL WAS INTERRUPTED BY metropolis. It mar not be as in the Sentinel A. Hrost; Stewards, Col. F. nervous on notices from the Southern CHIEF STRONG ORGANIZATION.

NILLNESSOFAJUROF" i Promises to be a Decided Succe_ case of the famous Dick Whlttlngton IC.. BrosHler Mr. S'--"II.m'J'" j'' and Mr. spot cotton markets. -

I Others Who Will Assist. and his cat. the bells of London on Ketchum. The re:; ';:c In811i1- The reorganization
meeting of th s
-r1 : : second I I that foggy morning twenty year ago, latlon of otf.cers e'tfl ','I'lltat..e placer Miami Fire Io anment" held Saturday
New York Dec. If-Ftf tie when Sir Thoma8 :arrived from Scotland their regular merits;; r. ..lannarji ElEGfNTlTGHPOSITIVELY night at Department; Headquarter '
Miss Bennle Mae Ingram the well was
time Nan Patterson,i 1 th i'< former actress might have given him an In- at which Ire the i'ra'i- WI'. lull largely aUt'ndl'd. harmonious
Ii known elocutionist and Instructress In and
prepared to I iace ff Jury 6d ay. timation that with perseverance be their recepton.A .
thoroughly 8a1/stactol"f/
the Dade county schools, assisted by In every man
which Is expected t$decide whether or might become lord mayor of London.
her pupils Is preparing rapid!;* for her Tampa paper bays: i FREE[[
not. she Is guilty [if'tL. tw) murder oft Like Dick Whittington Sir Thomas ner.Each
recital which will be given at the Leonard l_. ti"! e.t i I' 111 'email who and every detail relative to ta*
Caesar Young the Ibo.1 make I and had
school auditorium In about two weeks.' discouragement, enough to almost enticed It'Wi'<> ," .'lIIrih.: ,[ azt.l! rj ir-1! government and 1 maintaining of tM
turfman. I S I persuade him to return to the land of --
'. I Besides the numbers by Miss In- teen years,.aW.1f from /fro hundrel tallsmen* have I been
Gram and her pupils she will be assisted O cakes. He brought two letters of her concealc-I In .' fieo hand !': .'.:. li/ IT WA SPLACED ON EXHIBITION manner wu discussed and outlined

called from which aJury iilss> 31' be Pel'ecRed by local talent with a number Introduction to two former residentsof night wan: hr..urat ;ii< o .rii.i'npl'! 1 TODAY AT BISCAYNE DRUG STORE those present being/ enthusiastic In the

to try the case wAk.Hitterson has bf vocal selections, among whom will Scotland and hat was his entire court Wedno, .I., '. S.IIIC I'" Sin--)tt'ca.. PALM BEACH NEWS WILL PRE. maintaining of the department and
-. Its during the I l.ut was capital
t. i thf 3 morning, togo be the Misses Kate and Willie Hahn, with the exception of sufficient after Invesiloii'the -a J"-. fllvi an! SENT IT TO LADY TEACHER. the keeping ofj: It free from polities or
sufficiently reeoTer'N1 ;;
1 Miss DeCamp Miss Blllle Boyd Miss funds to rent two humble room as Information !\1t1l1'1llfo.. he tIUI': factional difference In the rank After w
to court. | offices from which I -
4 Kate Colyer and Mrs. Murray Russell promote the expansion being "Hating carnal S.i.nj !. .(It will be remember tbitlafter J
of his
father's business
first trial had ssed several and Messrs. E. C. Romfh. Grorge Mur- then female under the 4": <* '>', ..tht"tl. I The beautiful gold watch to be pre canvassed, and the past, present and)
the [progi distiller '
days that one of th* ,Jnrtjtf was taken fltt. W. C.-DeGarmo, W. W. and Eric John Dewar a of Perth.Yoijng Lee stated that Wall t Knight Trwt sented by the Palm Beach News to the future working of the same adjusted

' with thnsWansing the HalL These participants will sing the Dewar who was only a youth,! his attorneys, but when qo1. :011' I*. mot popular lady school teacher In those present proceeded to elect onV.
ill ppopleiy|; 'gather
of the lane double sextette from Flodora which I II London a inhospitable Wall was sent for he "t-tied thv he Dade county on Christmas eve day. nets as follows subject to the approval r
discharge new;begin .
jut of the musical place at that time jo the stranger within 11, He h ii down to Miami This of the council.
ning of the case by>notb fu jury ) considered one gems had not been employed. a was brought city ;
now before .the public. her gates. One of the men to consultation with the prisiaw. an I : morning and placed on exhibition at Dan Hardle Chief.

THE GERMAN BANK ,t j There will, also be several Individual whom one of the I letters was addressed afterwards elated to Judge I Iird3 I i the Blscayne Drug Store. E. A. Graham-Assistant Chief.

I FAILED TODAY.I It' renditions among which win be a violin ) had died, and the other was out of that he did not know whe.!h.... he I The watch Is of the latest pattern F. B. Haven'-ForemaD: Hose Co. No.

.. .--t JIi I I' solo by Mr.. DeGarmo with Alas town, so he wandered around the would represent him or not but that and design _nd both case and works t.I. t.

IL.! : f Bask I Kate Hahn :a* accompanist. All In all streets In a dense tog, looking up he would ask the court !to fa Inil. are of the highest quality and bear the A. J. Aughenbaugh-Foreman Hose
Buffalo Dee! S---The O rmn[ ,: 1
the entertainment promise to be one quarter for his j proposed business Judge Gordon said that he would ilo names of the leading manufacturers Co. No. 2Robert. :
EmetY ,
of the German .
of which President
;: president of the most Interesting both literary venture He found two I'OODII. but be so later. The trial of Lee will probably of the country. It will certainly makea McGrlff-Captain Hook aI4L-

National Banlr..was, |tiao and musical ever rendered In this city alto found that the landlord not only be set for the present term Lee handsome and desirable Christmas Ladder.
closed account jt Insufficient
: fund to today meet on a- eoi... ,tan iy Increasing I any It 1* sure to please. the most faatldeous. I wanted, cash In advance, but he wanted had not given ball up to a late bf nr present and carrying to It. recipientthe Lon Gore-Fire Marshall.R. .

.* good references. In a speech at last night. !t Is stated yesterday ihsi distinction of being the most pop- 8. Wilson Secretary and Treas

Ins.GEN. I !I 1. !... r Perth at a banquet recently tenderet investigation had shown' that the little' ular lady teacher In Dade county urer. ,

JAMES "fVNEfi'\ I II MRS. DUSENBURY WILLCONTINUE him by hi. native city. Sir Thomas girl was unsound mf'ntallr' In ahlchevent where they are all popular, will[ no All of the members of the new organization .

I DEAD IN WASHINGTON TO TEACH. spoke of his wanderings around London the case against Ire bea.meemuch doubt make it doubly appreciated and were members of the 'old

and his collisions
that day valued.
more serious. fire department and are expoorlellH'tt'ire
'Washington. |s.- |?ormer( Post. The Metropolis was wrongly' Informed with sundry objects owing to the.dens* I Miss Lillian Norton and Miss Ruth and It Is considered tIIat-
I. 1 u to the resignation of ) ". Dusen- eventually Lees record Is a very unsavory one.
master General James ; Truer died atmosphere. He gave some Rlckards are leading the Miami list has
better fire lighting
here today. $:! I 1'f j I.I' I bury formerly Miss Lela Lee Smith Perth reference!! and the landlord A citizen of Key West who, was here at present. The New report that a crew Miami than now It his a ever had before.
that he ot into several
General Tyner wa* pSrtroaster during from the princlpalshlp of the Cocoanut took him on trial 1 The business of his yesterday ( number of voting ticket have been ordered I

the Grant adfciinlst .Lion. and his Grove school She went immediately firm at that time jwas only email but bad scrapes there He was re- by Miami parties that have not
Washington; Dec. S.-The report of"
last official duty ras a ['aaal.tant at- after her marriage to Cocoanut Grove now the company product U known moved from the Tampa Ice force been sent In yet and It I II not known the department of agriculture Indicates

torney general from w klch office hetwas and Intends to go on with her work and sold the world over. for Insulting a lady. who they will be voted for. total production
the of cotton In the
removed last year'f'1. ad afterwards, much to the gratification of her pupils Sir Thomas has Journeyed around Mr. Clarence Whltak tr > returned Don't fall to can at the Biscayne United State|for the current at
w Indicted with hlsnepl. ew t Harrison and patrons as well as the School the world three time*, and ha pub- from Tampa Wednesday n ifht.: drag store and see the News watch.;, 12.162.700.The .
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Barrett, on_a charge of( .plfK1ln Board. Mrs. Dusenbnry was principal lished Interesting;books of travel, and pPIIAnt'Iplt north Wf'llnf".IIl'} on thiMaltory INSERT RULES I I area picked or to be picked I*' i
connection with th' U. S mall by cer of the Palm Beach school before com- of FU-amer
elected only a
a was Decently placed at 30.053.700. a redarlkm r-f
lain get-rich-qnlckjrcompule V *. ing to Miami U assistant principaland the Royal Geographical Society of The bainir.: and broom/drill at thearmory New York, Dec 5.-Future* opened '1167.600 acre From present Indications

From the! charge ,he jras however. Is justly regarded as one of the Great Britain and other honor InConUnued '-Jn'Ol"ay an Tlmrs.lay weak. December, 760; January and the Average weight of the

acquitted. Generic Tyner wa'* born foremost, learners not only of the niches was a ileciiliMl Fiicces* February 76S; )March 775: April. 765; bale will not; fall below five hundred;

la Indiana In 116.1' county but of the State. ( on Pe four.) The team from Tampa {arrived Fri May. 70; June, 7S6; July'7SS.:; pounds net each..
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significant wen placed alongside of was here on a visit toy her brother, Mr '
Tlfc JAil ylMIA'JM I would not be in danger of en occasional Palm Beach
visit from Yellow Jack. \'ac\i t \ the new wealth that is annually created .I Frank Jackson, at the old home on Department

x ROPOLISt I Sam would have kept the Cuban title s by thel| agriculturist. 'The farmer I t I'nion street. Those who raw her

!! of feeds the world,' and success or failure then little thought that one apparently! ,, -
I clean, using an ounce preventioi I I '

f.tt.. Y.aibbad..rr d ufef eaces..day.i | rather man revere! pounds of cure.' |I with him means more to our economusystem KO well and strong would so noon be !'II '....t Palm Beach Fla., Dec. 4.- !r One of them Is conducted by Mr. J. A.
tt.t 1.: -F'- :. I than [the action of prosperity called to her eternal rest. Friends
a l !I\\ C. W. Schmid. proprietor of the' Peeler, and Is a model of neatness a* x.
4I LLUM.JJ } I oi adu-rsity ion any other calling." who have seen her In the last thirty I i I "
4: (.1 WJ: S.I dIDn. Reports from Alaska are that met remarked her ,recognized well as of excellent and varied assortment
I beer Princeton
I SOIll"'bing.ry like this has days in upon
II. fIV Itt.; .......;.,. and dogs are freezin-t to death in that I !,I said often, and over and over again, bright attractive face, and ,cheerful, :| as one of our most publicspirited I of stock. Mr. H. J. Burkhardf
cold and uninviting wctUm. Tl'ny met } I| (citizens has Inaugurated an effortto store IK further removed from the lakeshore
;. Ille* torfjw at Xliml.norldi | The city dally and the country weekly,'e.D buoyant, SPirit The attack
r d IB ot '
the and .
In' thai induce Is cock a-block
ill. will chance life and comfort property owners along | with supplies
s..abnd! *matter.
and the hutnedjuispelibit which has resulted came UNHI|
it 'l-l' region;:; .. hen for the sake of gambling: 'Ih.I great Clematis avenue to place in front oftheir for family ri..... These businessesare
Ti BMt Boutacra S$*apaper published 01 : ....r. all alike pay tribute to tntarnier. < her suddenly. j
ebemalnland'blthntdatatesattbs wlih luck for gold when the SouDi and:l | which properties concrete curbing Instead a great convenience to the resident
I t worth, fitS important All the qualities adorn true
sort onth.rn tJltl.. terminal Florida offers so many inducements 1I1K : her. of "wood! or other rapidly destructible H of Palm Beach.
the absolute necessity of his ex womanhood were possessed, by

Cat Tear jr..j:: ...U-OC II I that the !same ambitions anj efforts! 1 and I istence. And, I it i.. all true. The lit I Kind and sympathetic. sh>' drew material. Engineer 8h..II.in The steamer Palm Beach Is tied up

t } 1 ... IM would turn into health and wealthIf] ; friends to her and ''could hold them charge of the strict fiaviug; proposes at the dock and Is'
U ( Mon"T"; of the farrmlr! rationally live-1. is one ferry being overhauled -
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f E'br.s ; -'.. L25he I a mjsiciy unsolved. But then litany of freedom aid manly Independence I fast. She was reared in the Presbyterian to place the curbing without extra and bright t nod np for the wln-

week bY: Caririr.....1.};, ..... JO men hate many minds I though KODI. ,> life ought to tie attractive to must faith and was' B member of the cost to the property owners, and ler'B travel to and from the East Side.
-"If be foolish in the exlr that Mr. John Cralgin has made a
of them ire I Central Church of this very the *
Hut litany\ farmers make their PresbyteriaiJ During tourist season the comfortable -

Die Iliml Prttllni Company. I lives men. unnecekttarily dull laborious andmuflutcouIs. | cityIn all of Its work she always exhibited liberal proitositlori for the supply of I, little yacht used on the ferry In

TOMMYROT ALL AROUND. .. The result is toe children a deep interest. the material. summer ;jls insufficient for the heavy

\trartliUt raut.fjnada known Oanrltppf6tdn. I' reared in dreary drudgery She is survived by two' brothers It Is understood that the work Of I travel across the lake, and Is either '
who are I
: I York-;:; Clematis
Mr. Roosevelt Frank \V. Jackson and "'m. paving avenue will begin as
;, The New urges ( dissatisfied with such a :Messrs. tied up or put on special service, and

TELEPHONE. Cl-Ul. I to make a tour of the South, jaa life, and acomel at ; the first oportunily theydesert I N. Jacksoh. The former was on his soon as that of Polnsetta street shall : the Paint Beach put on In her stead.

soon as possible after the meeting jol I old farm and seek the city. way to New York when she tiled, and have been completed. event near I,
6JT1CK: UETBOfOUS BUILDING. Mr. LaGrange whose expected arrival
Congress in order to "conciliate" this I In the habits the sad news reached him en route. at haDd-aDd' It Is Important, if this t
US aa4104 TJtalfth StfMtOppotdti There Is a vest difference I was mentioned some days ago.
section, and the Atlanta Constlulon, The latter Is now In Cuba being engaged material and valuable change; !Is to be
Houaa. and maners of living among I reached here last evening. No disclosures
curt warns the President against any such' In business which requires much i made that It be determined upon at
; 0 I have been made. to the
quixotic enterprise. The Southern, of his time :to be spent In Cuba and once. Mr. Schmid circulated the proposition yet
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MISS JACKSON future of the LaGrange
OF management
S)1904.A people the Constitution says, do not DEATH Jamaica. Other relatives are two In writing during a tew Hours
: I WELL KNOWN IN MIAMI. Seminole Hotel that It wOI not
: want to see him, and should he venture I aunts, Mrs. Sarah I, Alken and Miss yesterday afternoon, and wai much

Brooklyn Ch 'th treasurer, abort among them In their present hostile Emily Noye, of Princeton. N. J., and pleased with the success that attend.ed be run by Mrs. LaGrange the Jeuee.ID .
$COO In his iccoufts. cays! be mislaid She Was a Sister to W. N. Jackson the children person as It was last year.
mood It ads, the consequences the her deceased brother hla efforts. He will resume the solicitation
the money:'[U[ WhaWas the game "would certainly be unpleasant and Win Known Commission Man. i Mr. Charles Jackson.It of signatures tomorrow and Friday last the Mayor forrtoUed'tNcaah

I r i embarrassing and might fore.er be The many friends of Mr. W. N. Jackson ., was her request when she realized push It to a conclusion.Very I bond-$&() ).-of two arrested parties

1 "Dr. Hari ja eifflo I ;ration corps has regretable." The Philadelphia EvenIng well known here as In all parts that th3 end tray near that her many persons who are not that did not appear and oo Saturday .

discovered prehliiwic pity; at Pompell. Telegraph of Phlladl"lphlID: an of Florida, ,''wlll sympathize with him I body be laid to rest!} In Oakwond Cemetery residents of the Cast Side, are not administered a alight rebuke byway

." Agali,;It n4$.. be remarked I'' that article headed "To Oo or Not To Go," In his sorrow over the .loss of his lis this city, by, the side of, fief, aware that there are two thriving family of a small fine $150 to a partywho

there Is nothing n'** under j the sun.Cen. which It Imagines Is facetious, but! is ter. who also spent a few months herewith I father and mother and other relatives.i grocery stores conducted there IW was riding too rapidly In the ,

4 : : puerily patronizing and an exhibition him last winter The funeral of Miss i Nellie Jackson i year round. Such la the fact, however street. .
Kurbpat says he la saUl I ) _.
+ Montgomery Ala.) Advertiser .
to conditions The : JO:3J ---- -- -- -
Slanchuria." of stupendous ignorance as i took place at o'clock yesterday
fled with condit'i' ID account of her I this church to be
following YESTERDAYAT who worship at are
y \ down here inclines to the Con gives tbe morning at the Central Presbyterian EXCELLENT MUSIC
r The Japs film partlcuL November 2 i, I congratulated their good fortune
which on THE BAPTIST CHURCH.One nppik
aLpre stitution's opinion. Tommyrot all death I Church and was l largely attended by
e larly hard [ ; I December 1 : such'delightful music.
Roosevelt the funeral on In having
around. It Is useless for Mr. and her friends. The church was well filled -- '

.. I to attempt to "conciliate\ the South ; Many hearts were sad yesterday when Rev N. U{Anderson, the pastor The choir' is composed. follows
The cotton cropAhe past season was the announcement was made of of the best musical programsever Yellr.:DeGarmo and W. W. IisII,'arat
until he has given evidence that he has when began: the funeral .. ".Icl'. He
the largest in th &!story of that staple tbe death of Miss Nellie Jackson at rendered In a Miami church was and second tenor; C. E. Brown and R .
himself of the social equality spoke briefly but with great feeling
article, jj but |Bl 8 does not Insure purged the home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Chambers that at the Baptist Church last night, E. Hall; first and second bass: Mrs. W.
Idea. But If he wants to comedown I of the character of [:Miss Jackson and I
or follow that cjlton goods will be near New' York City.A arranged by Prof. R. Eric Hall, director. H. Johnston and Miss 'Alpha Wlgtfn-
here-wants to tour these benighted' portrayed in Just !colors her gentleness
R the cheapest ev fc-iknownj| few days ago she underwent ani I ton altos; Misses Omega Wlgglntoa.
I regions-he will find that notwithstanding of manner and disposition, attributes I .
for appendicitis and for a : As an offertory an InRtrumf.bTfiI.lu..I. l and Mae Ingram, boprano. with: Mr.
I;; l' tile man has done certain operation to h-'r character that he knew, :
'Chicago jjjrants'Iib honor I Its mayor I day or two;,! the Information that camefrom : Opus 43. by.PI..yel. was renderedby John Mi: Burdlne as organist t
that ot>iU xious of personal / as she wa fir|
things are exceedingly; > I
y. by changing! theme, of Fake street I her ,bedside was of a most comforting i ; :Mr. W. C. DeGarmo, ,violin and I j
number of J devout member of'
HarrIeon'Ave nlln't to the Southern people, his office will a years !
to e. W that character. ,On Friday there' Mr. W. B. Coombs, clarionet.hich wasa THE ROAMER'S YACHTING
I his visit 'llIlentall' that chtirrh. llothand her voting IrienHs:
and "
be aome1l'hft. of ,tIIStiDC I Ion without be. respected, "ss a great change for the worse, andyesterday delightful surprise'to the congregation : 1' PARTY OF YESTERDAY. ,
embarrassing and older' friends < if her family; were
no more unpleasant
e a dltrerenc1t ,Lt=fMrs. I forever regretable consequences, than' morning at 3 o'clock here I among the lar .. crltribute'to iwd that pi'ld: their!! and very greatly appreciated.The Commodore and Mrs. C. H. Roome

)1 pure soul look Its flight to Joan lovedones male quartette, W. C. DeGarmo. 'i gave a ; delightful yachting party yesterday "
I her their :
Case presidential visit to other section nujiuory{ by attendance
C "WICk 14)w s occupies a any who had gone before. at her funeral. Tha large 1st tenor; W. W. Hall, 2d tenor; C'1 1 I afternoon, goiag down the bay ,I

the centerFof th stagethe,; Ditmaster I of the Union. I i She wasjborn! In this city and spent number of floral .offerings which covered ':,, Brown bass, and R. R Hall. :'d as far as Soldier Key on their magnificent -

In the artyitf borrowing money (he most of her life here. She Vas thedaughter I sang "The Palms." in a manner whichcharmed I power yacht "The Roamer."
the '
casket were of uniisunl heauly -
without cofatetf', i in She J drill pleeeclhisrer I THE FARMER.In I ; ref Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jack- and handsome leKilin I the audience to breathlessattention. :I The afternoon was warm ant brightthe

t lean tn this direr aDd how I ran. Miss Kate Hahn as a'' breeze excellent and all the part/

, .he does I Pt. i 1 1r : I welcoming the Patrons of Husbandry Her mother t after her fathPr'I'' pall The bearers blowing: JrnU..nwn W.V.,acted Screws as i solo "At Heaven's Gate," In sans a most report one of the moat enjoyable oatIngs. -

to the meeting, of the National death was married to the Maur 'l! perfect and pleading manner. Her I I It; has ever been their pleasureto
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Mr. T. M. \ R. P. Stout. Mr
r Farm life is hle'd. but I bring the I Grange the Portland Oregonion took Governor :Watts. For much of the |i voice Is l naturally sweet and It has participate i In. their b
glow of be lth to fhousaDd rwh') would occasion to remark: "Pre-eminent time since'her' mothers death, she had P. G. Zirkle. Mr.l Sam Wilson. Mr. been cultivated to the point of highest everythlng'ln their power to contribute
c lohn W. Durr, Jr., knd )Ir, Gee Wailer!
slowly perieb l.ir ID Itle8. Boy, above all other factors In our national' lived with'relatives at Princeton excellency under instruction of thee! II to the 'comfort and happiness of those
1 The body Interred In the family
t eepeciallyrahoiti4y t not orsa"e 'the wealth is the honored calling of rte r. 1'.1 was t best vocalist In the country.At on board as follows:
lot at Oakwood Cemetery.
I farms for!.ymAli ;jobe I I cities ID Farmer.: From our mines and forests She was, a great favorite of Mr. I the morning service Mr. DeGarmosang Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Douglas, Dr. and

nine cases'out: t ten city Ute IJo a de.lusion there Is an annual output !which Mrs. Chambers, and while on a visit'I Ito "After Tolling Cometh" Rf'ltt..j Mm. Pf T. Skaggn, Capt. and Mrm. W.
andWa s.; reaches almost fabulous BUUIH ant : them at their beautiful home all j Man cannot lift himself by his boat-; which was a beautiful selection moat I H. Mclntyre. Dr. and-Mrs. W. C. Maynard. -

e the waters of river and ocean yield up Rronxvlllej, near New York, she was ,i traps but many ; a man has pulled'the 'I perfectly rendered. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mayaard.

If the United tt'll I kept Cuba many more millions. All of these vast I IIUmll. I taken III and died. himself down by [ use' of a cork- The hymns rendered by tte choirre I Miss Lottie Maynard. Miss MaudeBricke'll -

a. .It shojtd ti vr hat I the Soutb however, are camparatlvely In- | For several months of this year she i "crew" a. excellent, at all times and flio ; and Miss Wight.

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the State of FjprMa Ta1aha ee. i ''I \ I II Ii
Florida on the lUth dl!!'&I*>' Jam. ary. of Interest to the Prospective Settler Estate

J A. I). 19fo:; It'Ufrs flfbent I Incorporating
;. the FulforufFruitJjnd: ; Vegetable_ Concerning Miami and the Southern

:-'I'\"crs' .'1.<;soctj!'on. V der nclotting fol- I i .
proposed |hart j I Portion of Dado CUllut)} I :

Charter cf the Ftilford P.ttit and Jtg- I '
etable Grow 's' Association. ----s

The un
then+eI\"e& to,et tr fora.he purpo a of the Metropolis by prospective settlersor and, far more M than in most

tncoming; incorp< -ated h l1er bo laws homeseekers concerning conditions THE CITY'S FUTURE. I 1

of the State of 1 FJortd .for the trins-| existing In this part of the country Miami posse! :MS all modern conveniences : Investment of Certain Profit

action of iM.smeschapter .mdf the follov Ing and the burden of correspondence entailed of riTi'.Iza ion. as electric tights '

: : thereby has become so heavy water .works set'crage. telephone sya-i I

A |ic.I' that we have attempted In the following tem1, free mall d livery, three eewepspera I !
its iI article to summarize such Infor- two nations'! bank out *a..
The name of c *ration shall I
old "c1ettble mation u Is most Important sad to bank eta It ha mile! uf b aetfto: !I.
be the Fulford "rUlt :;: I ,
yGrowers' the most streets of native white It
answer questions frequently clone. III I I
Association p-1ncfpal |, I
set.ed It Is hoped by this means thata practically the terminus. of the Florida I I I
place of bU8InesllhatJ1be: at Fulford !
sample copy of the paper of which East Coast Railway, for though an extension ,
shall be
Florida and its bjisinejjb conducted
hundreds are sent'out, will In most of the road has recently been

in the Slate t i Florida nd
cases s!rre' the purpose Intended betas built, penetrating the farming lands d!
elsewhere, as mjky 'i'necessary or '
1'ij than personal letter. Specific Information forty-five miles south, this Is merelya .

onienient ; II /I may be obtained by
Article I I to any of the real estate or other firms Here are located the steamship docksof .1

The general nature W, the bufJ ess whose advertisements appear In this the P. ft: 0.' Steamship Company, We have some bargains that will

to be transacted?,by' is corputaon, taper; and the best way to become fa- whose lines fae'operated to Key Westto I .

hall be "to buy. sell ;n'd deal In an ulUtr with local condition, progress, Havana, and'',jto Nassau Immense I please you Houses rooms and
nd ,
fruits produce f :ers, crate wharves,
industries and current happenings, etc are being projected, to
other packing n.ate#'8.-1 n on comnfistata !, while contemplating removing to this keep pa e with i the vastly Increased apartments furnished or un/urn : .

sion or otherwise ; tow ack fruits imd i !*section Is through reading the Dally mailtime business that must follow oa i *

vegetables for pp>ntd employ such or the Weekly Metropolis, the formerof the deepening oil the harbor work on isheds we will for
agents and egtablabijlfch| I agencle{.at which' will be Kent to any addressat which is now actually progressing. An I save money

such points In,the Suite! of Horidt or the rate of '5.00 a year |L2S for appropriation of: t300,000 has been secured will make for
elsewhere u tori; th directors shall three months; the Weekly-* large U- from the |I Government for harbor I you we money you.

aeem proper. .T! bi%I pin bold,|op'emt& page paper-being milled for n.6a I Improvements, and the Florida Special Commissions

lease. sell'! an*_ mortgage reel' rear. East Coast Railroad la also pledged to i a Specialty

.for Its business oidceL farms, THE CTTT OP MIAMI. expend a like amount. Than 1600,000 I Entire taken of ESTATES
and fmUj' orchards. To Is now bring used for this charge
plutatloni | 'i+ Sprang oat of the wilderness eight purpose and
buy hold and vote tock.and securttlesof years ago the railroad having reached It Is a moral certainty that further appropriations

< any charactporatiOB .with inch will be secured until the' .,.
this point April 15. 1996. Prior to this .

*. M.l t I time one store, whose trade 'was principally harbor I laID a condition, commensurate ,

Artk with the Indiana, and a few with Its Importance from a eommer- I i

The aau.ortaeci.ea stock of said scattered families, eking oat a precarious cI4 geographical and strategicalstandpoJnt7a

corporation shad I lye hundred livelihood by wrecking and the Importance "'cnlifrfl ,

shares of common s 'k1of the par val- manufacture of eoontle starch, were by public men af the National Capital,

oe of tea dollarsjdtfty 1 least Ihe only erldeneee of dvtllxatioa. Oa and:(by all who will study the location

per cent of 1 tbbaI GAt before kshal July zs. m ,-Miami was Incorporated of this port andIts,/ relation to InsulT J I II

be subscribed JIM u a. dty.; furnishing perhaps the only and/ South American commerce, to I e I

this corporation jfeffas to do business, stance oa record In which a fan ay nothing of the vast trade that

and other paymentljhereooor furtt* edged city came Into existence without must spring Into existence upon the ; r

Issues of stock goal ie made u order first having been a town Three completion, of'the Panama .eanaL I ,

ed by the board oft Erectors. Any por- hundred registered voters are required A glance at the map will show the

tlon of said stock ,inn... 'be luued ind to entitle any community to be called most casual observer' the possibilities Me Allister-Beck .

paid for In eash.to4s| C&pltal.toc; of a city, less than that number eonstltating the future hold for the Magic City.

other corporatlonaJSt la property the a town. At a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.

same of .which 11 iJt lie fixed at a meeting '' the purpose of Incorporation, three Miami has one I of the best public: i ,

of the board j,f Directors called for and oitj-half months after the first schools In the State, embracing both :Suite 2, No 320. 'One-Half 12th .Street Miami, FloridaThe
that purpose. :fi I I' train reached Miami 344 votes were the|common aDd high school connea. j I

Att 4 I east The phenomenal growth of this The buildings ate large'and well ventilated

This corporal shall exist for a early period has been sustained 1 and there Is a competent corpsof

term of thirty 7F I "I throughout the eight years of the teacher Catholic convent Is tobe .Magic City{fs in' real tropic climate, where you will Had summer weather in .winter time,

Ar1Ite So I I I city's history. erected this! summer which will: .

The business Jiithjs cOrporation I i POPULATION ETC. provide Instruction for both sexes. ; -. :
i shall be conduct t>y a President a i iretary Miami has at present a resident pop- There are also 'private' schools, a'musical ,
Vice President a Treas.flier. Illation of between 4,000 and 6,000. In conservatory and art school: BO

.' and' a boat t bf five etirecor: ]i the winter months this population Is that every educational I need may be an there acre la which thus n la aavtagjof the east of about sheddtea POI''!'Wm. Curry's Sons: ;
Tbeofflcesof try and Treasurer augmented by the addition of hnnsreds supplied. There; are about thirty ,
further north. There tea to twetvt
may be held by p andlho, same Indi' !I i of visitors mostly of the wealthiest nourishing school In the county. .
thousand plants to Ue| and tk
viduaL The onagri! of this corporation I classes who come to enjoy the Every; religious denomination Is fruit brings la the neighborhood d Key West FlorldaHEADQUARTERS i
shall be mem&trs of the board of Ideal climate and the finest fishing In represented, and the following have FOR .
from BO cents a dozen for' Red
t' directors. The! i lrectora shalj Ii'be the world. To accommodate these handsome .
,, charity buildlngr
: Ppvby.terian.
( to 25 cents apiece for Porto Rico
elected annually!ty the stockholders visitors there are numerous hotels I i Episcopalian Catholic, M. E. The percentage of plants fruiting depends Ship Chandlery Building) 1

at a meeting held jihe first Saturday In and boarding houses principal among Church H. E.i I Church, South and
October of eaclij; .r. :The'officers, which is the Hotel Royal Palm, an 'Immense j! Baptist i upon the care and Judgment es Materials Of All Kinds. 1
erdse In their culture
some grewenhaving
who are to condtri the business o .the budding 640 feet long 300 feet 3
i SOILS AND PRODUCTS. succeeded In securing frn' Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways, Machine Shops.ForfccsAll i
corporation .until;&aie elected: at ;the wide and fire stories high with accommodations .
I from 90 per cent of the plants In thet- "
first annual nit'1 Ung are qnal fled for SOU guests beside lobbies The principal; Industry n this sec I kind- <>t rcpairinBoiler/ and Steam i'ittingm tie done at the i

abaD be: t I rotundas, dining rooms offices, tion Is the growing of fruits and winter1 pineries. i sliort st notice, in the l bcht possible manner by expert skilled mechanic 1Y

George P. Buigpe.ldent. eta It Is set In twenty acres of tropical vegetables for the Northern mar. Lands may be nurchaaed from U o I ___

a..E. MeDoDal;{}'Ice President I : gardens, beautiful beyond description. kets. Tomatoes form the staple crop,, flO an acre, up. depending on praxlmIty

R ,F. A. retary and Teas I iurer. There are several other hotels, but there are large quantities of oth'!r to roads and shipping I point (Goo J

\ I smaller than the Royal Palm, to be i vegetables grown such as tomatoes,, : lands on rock road .within i miles t 4lting I I. sure yet larger and Jrith better service egg1 plant peppers, beans, etc. The, i Miami be had for
a G. P. Bull G. ;F. A. D an. may $50 an acre. ant !Y SPECIALTY
r '. I than Is usually found In towns of planting season extends from ..boutOctober somewhat less than that ;
R. E. llcDonal } R., O'Neal, d see ; sum fa- Ian.
tos I twice the size. At this writing another 1 to January 15, and the bulk not Immediately on a road. The sami

A de .. I five-story hotel I. In process "ofrectlon. of the shipments are sent North from quality of land farther! away troD
I November untlj' May although there 1 facilities''
The highest of Ilablm or transportation can of course
The population Is cosmopolitan every being practically no difference In the
Indebtedness to Dunt the corpo ttoo'can be purchased for lees The land la uspromising
it any time : itself lIal :snot State In the Union furnishing its seasons, seeds may be planted or vegetables :I in appearance to those at

i exceed: the stn i.t of capital k' quota of representatives. An undesirable gathered' any day In the yw.-. customed to the deep]] rich soils G1 tl11ta5t. al..llla i

Paid In._ i! > 11 I II I foreign element Is unknown: Vegetables'are|grown usually on the ;, other States being rocky and .sandy I
7. I : CLIMATE. prairie lands, I ijwbhlch are free fromtllllber yet results can be obtained from, It

The names s&f residences. of I theAUcle I Writing from personal experience, and are;(composed of a kind of for in excess of the returns reaiizef -,,-
: after visiting California and other sections mart from the -
-, of said nor more sections of th.I
anbscribirg Incwporators j
lot hundreds I REAL ESTATE
i one must cast his some ol
t togethpf-with f where climatic conditions are I Fruits are ,|grown on pine lands, ''country. Fertilizer must be used bo j 'I
poration. the number of I miles to the north, and the code .
considered at their best we can unhesitatingly which are slightly, higher than the the returns more than 'justify the ea accept aR( ANI "TION.
hares of the subscribed
capita stock : that is of the legacy of land
say that Miami has the most. prairies: and |Jul th3 section very rocky pendlture Involved part L
by each are.slows: II i where these bo ,
I things
F perfect winter climate In the United This+ rock ls a peculiar coral formation t tI i can growsNeither
G. P. Bull. Plus. Fla. 65 shoecommonstock' I j People of energy fed Industry an is this a stock-raising country: A nietiine. of the Florida Re,.t Estate
: I States. Cold' Is almost unknown even containing a great deal of plant food, r
t' II heartily welcomed, and the eonntryldevelopment 1 There is -no-fence law" which IsI s and Immigration Association recently
the slightest froet being very rare. u evidenced b1 the fact that In many ( a
G.:W. King Fjiuord! Fla. 60 shires being practically Just begun great boon to the settler of limiter formed In Jacksonville, will beheld
- The warmth of summer Is tempered places, orange and other fruit trees are j I
common stock. fcjR. I there is room for jail to reap th means, and there Is very little din j I In hat city Tuesday, December
Flab I by the cooling breezes from the Atlantic to j be seen bearing thriftily, though -
: E. )(CDo & d. Fulford.. ; 60 apjarentiy benefits which must ensue as the r. rtock In the county. On the othe. i 13. at 10 a.,m ,
and the highest temperature standing on a solid plateof L
shares, eommo: tocL Ii suit of such development Capital fine I hand, if It Is desired to engage In th
recorded by tne government thermometer this rock. ; Being of a porous or j| At this meeting special attention will S
J. R. O'Neal $ ford, P1*. 104 shares here most profitable Investment whtl > culture of citrus fruits pineapples va i{ matter.
during the summer months la 88. honey-combed .structure the roots of I .I Ii be given to pertaining to Immigration -
} common stock.I': Ii labor Is In demand paid. PeG i rous! tropical or seml-tioplcal fruit '
HEALTH.The' trees are enabled to penetrate It I andl..eU and In the Interest of ;jetting ;
F. A. Bryan, fojford. Fla. 60 shares and pie of moderate means i who come hen the growing of vegetables at the sea 100mIKraDrtli
city ranks among the first Inthe draw ample sustenance from what the State. At'.eDtlon -
common stock. i : 1 I[ United States In point of health. would, appear to, be a very unpromising I and buy a small tract or land, make i | IOn of the year when all other pans will ah.elbe pdM'to;' other mat.en '
= Before me J&rsonnally appeared freedom from modest home, set out trait trees, an. tf the country are In the grip of winter e
There Is entire calaria.! tonne This' rock by the way 9 of Importance which will conic up for
s Gen .P. Bull, <|',.tW. ]f Inge R. RMc| i while waiting for these to come lob : this section offers decided ad van tager .
; and there are DO "PmalUq disease makes a beautiful and durable building discussion. ;
Donald J. R. O.|bat and F. A. Bryan -uterlaJ bearing, engage la trucking are, el over any other .err ion of the
Those ailments which are common to and j the new court house realestate '
to me well ka4ii to be the persons most without exception, successful United State The men' who da not 'adIt
III parts of the country seem to behere aad Jail as well as several resldeneejla
described ID ant' And this costs less effort that convenient to attend thenwiieg
S jwho subscribed/jthelr robbed in part, of their power u ;i the city built of this stone, art success In
I can send their
th& In other of the j whit applications for membership -
names orecolDc Instrument parts country
they ui tally appear In a mild form much admired :jby an visitors. It also I The Socialists of this city are al.1) to I
and did climatic conditions render ont-doo i Secretary; Davies and the
severally acknowledge: each mite !
and M. leave the bad effects which the finest road material la the
tbU work la the ready taking steps for an effective same will be passed upon by the executive
for himself possible day
they -executed: the every yearwith
follow In the wake of like diseases world and county leads in oth- t
forpressed. the health benefits of such at campaign for the spring election when committee.The .
a same thet pcrppeee Uteretn ex- erS State
elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diphtheria in the In mileage and condition
tt .,, : I are unknown, while typhoid; of her highways. i open-air llfa thrown IlL At the saav they will hare a ticket of workingmenIn following have sent their applications !

S 'WITN! my ,Umd ind official seal fever li rarely heard of. It la a dasir- The fruits cultivated are chiefly I time people who are enjoying healtt the field for the city election. "Keep for':membership:

at Fulford. Dads county.;Florida. I able place for those suffering from grape-fruit oranges, and pineapple and moderate success ra I their present everlastingly at It." Is their motto. W. C. B Ue". Fort Slyer FIa:
i.'V| Edward & Romfh. lung troubles asthma catarrh and Guavas mane..avoado peen and sbode. had better stay|,here they are Judge Greer.. Green Cove Springs
Public ftite There should be weighty reasons+ to Influence I At their meeting last night held In : J.
Notary of Florida
at Urge times largely
similar diseases which are prevalent are produced bat being E. Low, Green Cove Springs; J. Hamilton
Commission an one to makes a move of soe) the office of the.Florida Socialist 36
My expires June 11, 1907. the
f In colder climates. Many persons affected Indigenous to country they thrive Glllisple. Sarasota; John W.
Importance. People who have mad West Adams the method of the '
'f I with these ma have come here with little orjno cultivation. Citrus street Jackson Palmetto: Johnson A: Graham
Concerning ,{hi President'* ol d-age and have been cured or greatly benefitted. tips require from three to fire yean failures elsewhere are Dot likely to TM late campaign were discussed and a Arcadia: John i A.Graham. Bradentown. -

penoioa order aft d Lit: ,effect the Springfield Of course this Is not the ease'la after planting Ito produce fruit Plne- very successful here. Intelligence an' general Inclination was expressed to I ; ,Miller ft: ,'Hampton Realty

Rf'publlcaY'I.' -All a direct! re every Instance. People die here aa apples, 'which grow on a plant somewhat Industry are u essential to good for rely upon the "still hunt" to add Company Jacksonville; Stockton *

t the : has gained they do everywhere else. No country resembling the cactus, and which tree here as In any other part of th strength of the local body and the I Budd Brobston. Fendlg A: Co.. C.

rr'lult aver 4.000 natl1$.. aid Itmark. has again has yet been discovered where peopleare are propagated by setting slips or globe.If number.of votes. The questioj of resuming Buckman 1. R. Rannle' ? W. W. Frazier.

t pa+ aed the.m '. n An] who Immune from death and disease. tuckers, bear fruit la 18 mouths after it In desired to engage In genera I their Sunday Meeting was T. A. Glllisple.. Jacksonville; Jacksonville

; 'doesn't like 11. couse, has .th corn- At the same time. It may ee truthfully panting la .!this section they are fanning, In the raising! of wheat, eon postponed until the next meeting after I Really and Exchange Company.

farting prlrileptlTof consulting the election said that the eoadlUooa tending grown fa the open, then being no ne- ir uu, peache. apples grapes, Mother some discussion, all favorable.-Jack-Christie Christie,) 'JacksonvMe; J. t
return."'-' to general healthfolnest are aa favor ceafty; for protection from cold and products of the |;temperate soot sonvllle MetrupylK H. Tatnm.j Miami.f .
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Sq.qOY d$, Linen Warped I Palmed I' Japnese !(fatting

To gett 2q and 25 cents Per Yard\\ J. W: WATSON Opposite. Post Office;

--- "1E1rTHINA": : cures them n pain .
SiR TH'QSi DfWAR I New York by the New York Press And gives'them rosy cheeks again. acucurar 6HOTEI been more than a month en route,

Club and the Automobile Association I Yes "T eTH1SA" overcomes and r.I ARRIVALS.i I TOWN TOPICS. I. much of the time bciss UBai): to get
.1 lit t WILL VISIT MIAMI. and the clubs on his arrival early in(I counteracts the effects of the Summer __ __iI food which! he could P'U. la his conJi-
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from January.Sir Heat. Aids Digestion. Regulates the I lion. Under the IOVTI; care of his
(Contlnkd first pale.) I !; W. Rhodes went to Titusville and sisters ..
I Thomas owns a first class racing Bowels, akd makes Teething up mother >I the bracing atmosphere -
Wi t stable in London and /[has had a candidate -{Costs 2o; at Druggists.I night for the purpose of look- of this alma.! It Iii hoped
eluding of octor of ws. 4nd for Derby honors for several ants I ; j after his orange grove and other that he will soon lecuperato fully.
Justice of Peace haTe n bestowed I I .
: years, his great horse Forfarlhshire.j correspondent asks if -
upon b1i : TIe I Knighthood came running second three years ago. His J Roosevelt;! ever denounced : ; Rev!! Dr. Fulwood closed hU year'spasturate
to hIm as mark 1'1 Klog'sfayor '
automobile stable iso ne of the most soldiers as anarchists. He Leo Mthewson, who recent at the Methodist Church
durtg the!corooauo 1 ceremonlea. complete and it' embraces French. .I In an adress; to old noldieiS' \ ; / I part of two fingers, has entirely South] yesterday'and' this morning left

Coat 1. I -r English and American cars he being' ferred to I heir opposition tone j \' and left last night for Mi for Orlando where he will attend the
The cSf Arms of the .ar (am11y himself an enthusiastic driver having' ; of anarchy" in the sixties- for a short visit to his home.-St. annual conference of the Methodist. > .
whit:) ',1. a very old one in Scot I Church and receive his
toured three thousand miles the past the dismemberment of the Record. assignment for ,
land consists of a game with the" summer, and was not crested once, this statement was knowingly J ; the ensuing year. During Dr. Fnl-
inpderneath. "Glo .PatrI&,
words t which Is something he Is proud of. ed by some and Ignorantly ; and Mrs. M. Shannahan and wood'ii term here as 'pastor of Ute
which I* used In the Episcopal services He never bets on'any sporting eves*, 'distorted [form by otters. \ ; are expected to arrive here the Methodist Church be has endeared
The flKhtlibi; bird in emblematic although he contributes largely to athletic I of the present week from Grand himself, alike to ,members and citizens
pf>> the I! valorous !asistance sports of all kinds principally -o--- ., Mich., to occupy the;> splt-n- who hope for bas return here for another .

given to lie old pines of &ntiand by London charities, of which he Is an FRUIT TREES home on East Twelfth street for 'Tear at least
the Dewaf clan.: |and the Praise to ; ; -
extensive season.
Cod; the|,Father.j Is Indicative, of patron. i i AND ORNAMENTALS.Are A large number of sorrowing and
their church interest. Sir 'Itomas In Sir Thomas Dewar Is In the prime 1 sympathizing friends of the bereaved
i i Kettler secretary to Joseph
a.repeat speech* referred to, his inter; of vigorous manhood, and will be an the veteran actor Is In town parents assembled at the 1 Methodist
eel la the Church of Scotland, and I ChurCh, :
interesting figure at the Florida tour you' going to plant any tr. I I a few days, having arrived from South Saturday-afternoon to
Mentioned'that as boy tttenSed | attend the funeral of Cecil the Intact
namentLoaisiille ornamentals! this season? Now Beach yesterday. He will leave '
church one' morning. thew' pews of time to do it Writs. your I Miami after concluding his busi son of MtM and Mrs. J: H. Pop, who
which ha4 feejf freshly varnished, em died several days ago In New Orleans
braced'hlsf, .ew velvelinie suit so I we offer the following: : here.-SL Augustine Record. and whose body!was brought her for

strongly fiat-he 1 had to be assisted i &- Nashville ORANGE Over threehundred,and GRAPE thousand FRUIT-of I Arthur SpItzer left for Miami little girls, the Misses Marks* Jandon. ,
f from It bIt hits brother John, who I Is I Amy Smith Wanda Combs and Gladys
her who is
| on sour orange rough lemon to Join husband
also Jl.l P. from"Scotland and Railroad it Lasseter. A d Master
aa : ex- superintending quartette saw *<>
Citrus trifollata stocks-all the << I in ; the work
; un Probt oterth. "Scf you see," ..valuable I ; Reese Combs lung "Safe in the.Arma' '
the water mains for
I << new
said Sir "the c Fastest Time TRi FinestServ Cf Two hundred ; of Jesus" as a sola The servicewas
attachmentmay PEACH TREES- new system. Mr. and Mrs.
braced yt; bilt the I ; preached by Rev. Dr. Fulwood and
and-mostly, Florida varieties as will make their home In Miami
1Iot' strung u It Iwas" ; ; ; the Interment la the city cemetery -
trees we ever A heavy
'Vel't'and as grew. winter renting their house here -
'. Writing V.r J. Mor'ga rep- All Points North, ; \ by Undertaker King. 't
'I : maud for them. Better get'your j Sun. _
re.entatfs' the I Florida past; CoastAatowobU Northwest. J der Inai once.i ; FOR i
recently. PECANS-We haven't BIngham
\ i BUDDED. Mabel Dir'ocu r
Thomas t he 1f9ul tot only I jtofore been able to I -
grow from the Railway
Pullman graJuated
Through Drawing Roorn was
a put Department of the Interior Land Office
M r aD actpal! participant sleeping cars daily from I supply ;the demand but have a j pltal a short time ago, lef;: this '
) 'Gainesville.
ID the tr annual international ;! at Fla Dec. 5. 1M4.
lot Itoach where she
for Palm
utomobl e uryament 4+: the f.Daytona. Jacksonville to Birmingham, ROSES AND j enter 'he duties of craned Notice Is hereby given that the fo .
scow Beach January Nashville Evansville Chicago fifty thousand fine field grown, ,[ } Mr. Joseph J !.CnlOa. Carl lowing named settler has flle-l notlcof.hii '
23 4' for which iou'J1&ment I'' St. Louis Pensacola. Mobile ed roses. One hundred and < : .. to. Mr. Jefferson's private secte I intention![ make final proof in
be hasp e a magnUI trophy selected especially siiport of his claim, and that said prool-, ,
fnt six varieties
New Orleans. short
and who has n snendlug a .
will be made before John B. ReID,, U.
for the mil ternallonal record race Southern planting.' Also a fine ;
I at the t'lndr'a! Hflulle. accompa:
and the Ia lon has been further, of ornamental shrubs hear i 3. Commissioner, at His office at
honored by aceptaoce, o1,aD omelal Finest( Dining Car Service i in l the and shade trees. I i I'I Miss. Bingham.!; -St. Augustine Miami, Florida on January 10l -,

position oa,. board of reerees., Hf' South. free reclining chairs OUR 190S CATALOGUE gives de 05.i{ vis.: Anna' I. Meeker of Caner;
will also .o" late at the utomoblle Elegant tions and prices of these and j I ; I Flt .,homestead,.33S9. for the B M of
I t Chas. Ball is in receipt of a se I/ and n 1.2 of sw 1-4. section 3$.
speed boat etc, at Palm peach Feb more trees and plants and '
'' Route of the-famou "Chicago and I f i this morning from his brother torn n'ship 56 south 38 *
I1I&rJ 1 t4 'Slr Thomaa l' has letter valuable information. Write \ \ range east.
Florida Limited." Be sure yonr I Brayne Ball master of the She names the following witnessesto
spoke or O vast amout t or good
intersatioh4IMajhletic; tickets read via L, & N. For rate, IOOPT. ;I I I .' yacht Edrls, owned by Mr. prove her (continuous residence upon'

tows bringing cottests together are In schedules and full information' call. GLEI ST. MIR IDRSERIESj I{ Mrs. Wyeth. of New York, stating and cultivation''of said land vis.:
doing ;f { on or write. the party had left Jekfl Island George W, Ko el, of Cutler Mil
good fet? p and spartsmanship j .[1. TABER. Proprleto.%
Anglaton G. E. Herring were now at Fernandlba ready, C. ;;0. Boa*, of Cutler. Fla. t .
Sir Thomas
race. Pat tracer Arnt.FlofMalOt I Box ?. I : direct to this port with the first F. M. of Cutler Fla.
who Is eilSllent: I speakerl win In all { Spencer.
as; West Bar trret j .
The with their
probablligr bMtendered receptions In jMkam .JI"'r a.J Glen St.I|Mary i .) \Vyeths. par Florence Gazzam. of Cutler. Flaw
1 been hunting at Jekyl Island W. G.
it"R. Robinson
.. ---r- I past several weeks. I Register-

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r I a | Hood tc Isaacs, have decld OLDEST BICYCLE HOUSE IN MIAMI

name their handsome and commo Coaster Brake! put In ....... $54G

j A ; ( auxiliary course of yacht construction which has the been past Newt! rims ....j. .. .... ........ lis

I One i set new wheels .......... 4.75'
months Jeannete. The boat
I IM Hartford No. F Tires' .......; US
nearing completion and will
( ,' inside the next two weeks. Hartford No. $0 Tires ..,..... ITS
vanity one of the finest crafts ever Hartford, No. 77H-, Tires ...... 3.75
Is the greatest | In this port and will b quite ar Fifty-cent r Pump, ..... .. .... .35
I I to the yachting fleet of Miami $!.M Pump. .(,.. .... .. .... 1.75
and all like a fine I Bay. I I Brown I II. Saddles, .,.........; L7g.Asd .
everything! In our line la fresh
WE CANT IV-1 N. Carpenter, who nrrhf
i night front Honduras Is 11 people to trade with people who live
DIAMOND and weak as a r"lIultf a lot; here: the fur'round.
of sickness and the experience. LOFTON A EINIO.
N : ; within reach.of all to / ?! ou the trjover, hating. [ Opposite Postofflce.

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.. days of exaggerated adrcrt.inJ'I( and|; misrepresentation it
st be interesting to know that them is a* least one furniture house
BRAND announcement are wholly sincere and not intended all 'Catch-
affairs" the. only purpose OJf which i ill to drag people into the
s to .ell them somethingele.." Contrary to custom we wish to
t I article we advertise and we make the same offer in the public
':;.-' that we do to customers in perw>n. Our great desire is to oper- .
: I I I is store on such genuinely: frank'principaln'! that tile people mar ).

n1ald Brand shoes, are put uu for us 'by one'' of the lest shoe factories to TURN TO IT WITH COXFJDKXCK AND SAY WE, ARE. '

Souon, Ma ijss. We got on to this shoe through Jno. Wanamaker of New : The House .that Treats You Right

+ aLd IJijladelp hia. Their buyer Mr. Andy McOpwan!, telling, us it was the _,I 1
Christmas Present of toesuty I Biggest Dresser Bargain ever seen
i ioAi rica fo I the moneyand their sales on these went i into the thousand j i will please the whole family I j.f1"' !- 'I

markL the It will be our treat if you don't say they are the most stylish in '- used and admired when many | Good Oak i Dresser, large mirror.

ancet#-.l neat st in shapes, the lightest in weight and have more snap to I .. have passed.

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I than any shoe you ever saw in, your life] for a

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( I ;Only $ ..5O.I .

RerMnberof 'we guarantee the material in th.e sijoe, and stand, I I I WE'VE |GOT 'EM GOING

in mind the f I IjWrll This China Closet $17.00. French Plate Mirror good solid
m yei ring qu hty. Always keep your 1350. 1400. $16.00. $18.00.1 I Oak well made' a splendid purchase*

{{ t best that money can biiynve want the world to know i I and 100-oiece Sets of genuine : I : -

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ONY ROM Beauty and Usefulness combined. ; [Only$1iOO.'
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f a rlb Lu tts be I Ostertmpor'lattres! }! $; es::

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I J I1 Ft KING fP I Successor( to i EJwia-Ntluu.) I; ; [-coOLEY&HORNER

Un ertaR and Embalmer r THE UNj AKERS.The'' Real Estate and Rental Agents

I 1!& 'kvenue D 12th Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Bank.
;j 4l3-.-12th Stft ret Phone a I'I'Ii I'
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Mr. and JoI.... Ernest A. Hicks I .
THE I' jf Mr. A. L. Chancellor, of Klsslmmee, prom-
inent people of Boston, Mars. who ,
DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS. is in the city and will remain severalday's I
several weeks here last season, i
u the guest of his friend, Mr. R. i
MAIL IcI: DCIA '..' bare arrived at that Biscayne and will

lithe frees tk*Ncrtk-%' '@il attorney.Oyster make a lengthy stay, here. NEWS FROM TOYLAND ,

7:00 .!.s : Mr. C. Fred Blackburn and children I : '
Stew at Hlnaoa BOOM ftoaday.
':11 P;" Till arrive Wednesday night from Fer- ,
'I -11 nandlna the guest of her brclr-er-ln- I. 0 .
CfeatortbaNortk The year german to have been at .
1:11 ?. I f-: the law, B.''B. Tatnni. far a few day while I j .

1:11 >; z i' ti I ladle given Thursday of Miami,night complimentary-by young to her husband is In attendance! upon) Monday Santa Claus will, show 250 :

Monday, December 5, ,1|d4.Fair ''I their gentlemen )friends, has been conference Thursday.The'Miarul which. 'begins at Orlando ., I Dolls ,
on in
--ilr---- Ji.1-- postponed until Friday night, ., : great profusion at our ,

Sas.-Near ioUaml: Ih it,aeof
treeal 6.000 pianapple Fish Chowder at Htottv H ju* Friday.A Athletic Club will meet l I store come to the
110 grapefruit ; great i
tonight at the school auditorium in the ii
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P. O. BoxCZ3. I II i
first of the regulss sessionsThe
I number of warrants were Isued monthly
I meeting will be called to order at Doll Opening j
Commlsslonersltaeet 1: today by Judge Heyser and Justice I I Ii'
The County hours 8 o'clock and all members are requested
'at tie cow Hill and the nest twenty-four 1
: regular mopthly wlon to be promptly hand st that
should see several real Important arrests I I
house tomorrow. | fo I I hour. I i'
1cF 1|I j made. i The little boys and girls will be. happy to know that good urns
rooms for ten, .:1n th 1 Claus has mad Ills home with us from now until. Xmas eve and h* has ,
Fine office .. il| breakfast sliced Mrs M. J. Jones; mother of eallrs.! I .
brought hundred of doll with him.for dretaed
I cute little children. He has I
Metropolis bnlldlngji I' : Edgar and Robert I Jones of this :
I'to order at Doan t Raulerson. j: dells and undressed dells and dolls
FP4LlCe, will arrive from her summer's CUY'I ; big little dell; white and black ; '

H.' B. Rulherfotc of i 1! on Wednesday night, You should CM the cut little baby doll he has and tile big Moot doll:jln

'. jale Is among the flsltor ,; Mr. D. J. Delaney, a large wholesale j jflxh her'niece, Miss Agnes fleece of Rome.Ga. her fancy party drtss. Old Santa has com nice thing for the boy, too. I
business. nd pkUWLTwo dealer of Atlantic City N. J.. Ian. Tool chest and drum, and nice little '
today on I Mrs. Jones will occupy one of the furniture for doll hou** j I
: i I'In the city on business connected with I II j .
Com to
hummus collages:; on Avenue II. our store bring your parent, and parent bring your child
furnished rooms f fir ren I the fish industry here and to make,
nicely ren. .We have a seen that will delight the heart of the little folks.. W*
Addresl t.W. ;! and deals with he local!
BtceUent locatlon-l j contracts Mrs'C. A. Fulwood will" leave tomorrow -! want them all to see the veritable: fairy land with Its wonderful array!of ,
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care JetropoULJf.- j-| :, Sf shippers. morning; for Orlando where she Christmas gift and Important to tile grown folk are the prlc**. .

ofWeS I.I, j jj will Join the Doctor at conference behaving Witch our west show window Sunday and Monday. I
| l Palm, We have secured the agency for the
John WIlkerson gtM.e>on elitui to perform a It ,will help you get onto tile holiday spirit bets than any other way
came 'dowou this mot1Jnl obualneu. Columbia Bar-Lock tyr wri'er-the I }. I 0
Beach marriage cer mon They will both i I
: j most complete and up to date machine j !
Ij ,. I go to {Bartow lor J a brief visit after
i( ":.t:5 manufactured, an I have'one on exhibition the adjournment of confel'f'nce.ThejUterar I' '

The usual Dumber of rule ljpape, In our office. j I
wer. filed to the circuit courtjclerM I Hill ft: Gamier ,. and Improvement Club "
office today None of them,
were of public: Importance,:' j s| I I Weaver at the corner of Avenue C and
., n Mr. W. H. Converse, of the Converse Fourth street. This will\ be ihe
'. Furnished house fad room.f9r Ug 1 Brilge and Construction Co.. of meeting of the club until nextApril 300 lend 302 Twelfth Street. Miami FloridaSubscriptions ;

housekeeping apply 638 jTwelftjhstreet I nooga, which firm is building Cbatta'i as the busy season from now on will\

f i tMri. .' I bridge across the Miami interfere, with th*> pleasure of the I i I ct
I Messrs. J. H. Tatum &: Co.. U : club until that time.I II .
F. C. Lourye a promineU la the arrivals here last night. I I I 1 .- I j _

>, of Pitt burg. Pa. lifts a"1ve.t here 1 I I I Among I the prominent visitors now' I '
spend the season and is a guM at tl|( Mr. G. H. of the United In the city U )Ir. W., M. Palmer, chief!'I
Ii' -.tvl
.Southern. f. 1F! I States Agricultural Department at construction' engineer, of the Pope
arrive In the Manufacturing Co.j of .
Washington. city! yesterday Hartforl. Conn.
launch for] re**J>y di,,)
Light fishing ri and will join Prof. Rolfs at the, manufacturers of high:; grade bicycles,,

or week. Inquire|>f McDonafd's: ,j ilki l. experimental stalio.i for a stay of some|' and automobiles.\ i Mr. Palmer is tak-! I.I.Youngs' Pharmacy

cycle Shop. I I time he Is here on business connected ing his vacation and will spend same t I, I
I with his department. time here. He is'a guest at the Bis-1: I

L. E. WHllamso|--'I: rroceHbosUeu Fourth -- earn Hotel. <; taken for any Magazine !III'

on nd fix S. H. Sellcck. Riverside! Conn.; R.I I I' A complete and carefully elected i.t,>.:". I our(|:lrugin
ha* old $ | MrVm.) Offer he well known ] lave
street C. Purcell Mrs. C. A. Purcell Oak boat or Newspaper at small quantien and ftrn. M> we can always them I jfrnk and
to C. WMlanMon... j builder, receivel the steamer Martinique < urcu tomer the beneht ofthi..and ...
tnre I ISesde I Park. 111.; E. W. Graves and wife. E. R.j vIa I I pet t jfet atcal"ilv. !> .ti..lit'd

artuIs tine *" trait Koile. city; G. W. Morgan. Sound I','I'Saturady afternoon' from Key, Publishers PrjcesConblnatloo I e e B4tUt grin&e! aria
West four line j4m
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T"I spruce mast two of
see.. at,WUaoh Fly-s Beach,. Conn.; LInu Wood tttAmford. : I -
I which will he used in the handsome ----- !
I Conn.; F. H. Rhar.en and family were :
:" Ton. eve# k.Doow Pr tt bo Registered at the Hlniton House yewPltdo j and commodious :yacht which he Is'' = ._= : jrotn Aintit :I : :
"ve y 01 building for General -
; 'can be until you i SY-J 9W terday. [ Shattuc. who is

Emerson to It- >;|h *: Sa i now here, waiting'; on the completion'I ( ) Offers at the Mida fountain. Special creams and sherbet Saturday
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: Co. i : Jj I of his boat, which''' will be at an early, InlucdeJ i afternoons and evening. We want your |patronage' wit
The mackerel catches Saturday and 1 at : : : i always endeavor to that the bet in 'lour ,
: :'b II date.I +ee you get !| hoe.
lantler, yesterday aggregate a total of upwardof : I II -
Some rare Darialbe-H11 ; J
75,000 pounds, and was divided between I
real estate and.rental ageniRaulerW. ]; the several packing houses So As the result of a free fight at a Smith's Personal AttMtMM Arts L Tilt Ototr4 Nub ., Pest Offlt.pal. *

bId14IJaC. fi' ,t Iut far the season has been the best in negro I entertainment' at Cocoanut I .alJl wlptieuV.. E. YOUNS. :: J PROP.
j Grove Saturday night In which a number
the history of the |iort and many hundred -I-
and R. BITv n. of heads anj faces suffered D.
H. Fulford pounds of these choice fish have Book Stf..e.ITake .
Fulforjif re'IB Dawson and Joe Reddlck are prisoners I
prominent people jpf North. I -- --
*the city today greeting Maids. and gone E In the county jail, aDd, will have a hearing

: Loehr j J Wore, Judge;,! Heyser this after t H )
I noon, on a charge of assaultwith In- t
o. FROMPTXE3 UOURTK8Y8, tent to kill. They were captured and Christmas Gifts of:
small seat
Small-size ham tor rally CAREPUL ATTENTION lJty.
brought, In by Deputy, Sheriff Sp res : _
Doan Raulerspn. J'j f 2tr. I I TO THE WANTS OF the Boat. t ; P
OUR CUSTOMERS ARE Mr. W. B. Moore,for ra1 years Bigj
Elmlh4. N. f Beautiful Remembrances such as Good ;Taste E Dictates
M .John of : f-I SOME OF THE FEATURE pa.ta, valued employe of the Southern
who has visited MUml on seral>rot OF OUR BUSINESS POLICYriheFirstlNationalBank I Express Co.. and! who for several i

t Tfcma occasions. If" amoagf I| l k recent I' months past has been I acting agent of i 1---- : Rare conceptions out of common tlf1ijJdrom art

arrival to Miami; to ppetfij several; the company here during the absence workers iii gold tlml surer It//() lure \\e/t tlielinijivs

weeks and probably the peen. 1 I I of Mr., James H. Barrett, today re-' The to CLYDE the Beach will make leaving regular the Stone trip I of a kill 110Jldr for real Met it. Gift's of
I dally
It*you dais--- t*;-*ell orjnt In Jr-JrI I,i Of Miami, Pto.'oooooooooooooooooooo. signed to accept his a position position with as manager that. company of the'I Dock at 100 p. m., landing at the new exquisite rut dins, xilrrnrare inifptestt design.

ferry dock juct north the Jetties, I '
property list'It wJth Hill 1t: Oas _. Miami Ice Factory vice Sherard Pop- where facility is furnished. for Gifts to be put to itr/ctkn ki use.
Rauier- every
;.Meet estate and Uiaal.rental age I Many persons took advantage of the pell, former manager of that concern:(good batting and the Beach being anj Gifts for the flop* B<'tiitlfnl.MAYNARD7AND\ i ..
eon building. II clear weather yesterday afternoon and resigned. Mr., Moore Is a thoroughand I I
= tirely cut off by the training wall from
George -B. Asac( ft. the Wll knOWDJaek.lony11le' enjoyed outings on the bay. The capable business man and no j the treacherous current: [from Norris SON
beach parties were especially numerous doubt will give the same creditable there Is of that undertow
kn1I t'of the jHp.ellng travI Cut Inlet none
satisfaction his
and all boats plying there did a in new position that which make lea baring ao dan ;
Muller Cobt hat
for Go city he did In his J"'m lie "oo .,;,rt Port
today >her bl.trade good business fully a hundred or more former. Mr. P>ppell, It gerous. j of O free
1 in the city |
: I looking going over and taking a plunge In the Is understood, will; engage In business I No channels to follow going orvr no ,

( Invigorating surf.S. her!. taW and
!long watt after yon get /
i ij
:;: {t ..
_ Wanted good steady |and for T t =
W. Payne and sister Miss: Ange- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo fOR j i before the date expiresThe watch la turn here aftt-r the .holidays
farm work. Goo| wage add a good ONLY 25 CENTS THE to spend
line Payne of Richfield, Ohio, arrived magnificent I is exht1 I the
place for the right man. Ayply, to J.I fifty Thousand Dollars I a one ana now on -1 I balance of the season.
W. Connell, Dania. Fla. References j I Saturday night to spend the winter ROUND TRIP. 1 bition at the Blscayne Drug Compan-I

eseh :nced- S .& l Id w.J' I here with their sister, Mrs. John Roth. THE WORKING CAPITAL (. I ny's s.oral-- .I I James H. Barrett, local agent of the

-. j I They are quite surprised to find the |40F TAKE THE BIG BOAT I I Southern Express Co,1 who has been
)(fL P. Rav'enhall, of Cdey Islimd.Accompanied .I temperature quite as warm as It Is The first National Bank I II I Captain BOSK, in the yacht Jupiter I absent,for the past [wo or three

by I her 'sister4 Mlsa T.lIeerlelD. here, having Just left where it was I I I I carried out for a fishing: trip end sail, month on business and pleasure, returned

of Ne, York Cf f. arrived very cold. Oil; M..i; I Mr. Lee J. Langley, representing/ the j; yesterday Mr. and Mrs E. P. Chappell i homejthis; morning and will re-

Sere yesterday and will a P the le"- AND ITS ASSETS AGGREGATING I Palm Beach News is In the city today,land,ilrs. Chappell's brother. Mr. T.I j sume his duties beret! WhiTe away

*son to Miami. Joining.! Mr. aTenliaH. The steamer Martinique sailed yesterday OVER THREE working up an Interest to tho contest p Ehrenport, ofSVIIIo w Grove Pa., who Mr. Barrett. ttended at the obsequiesof

r Vbo came down several _!!!,eQkI igo.' morning. Key West witfil ; HUNDRED' THOUSAND to decide who Is the most$ popular lady V'ere successful In landing quite a va- his father In Roche ter. Jf. Y. an4 o.

j' The Ravennall'* |pent last ason liereas heavy freight and twelve passengers, iKLL.\Ks INSURE TO DEPOSITORS teacher in the county.
guests of the/.San Carte and are I among whom were a general' and a ABSOLUTE LIBERAL and Miss Rlckard of the Miami I with the trip and are-so infatuated the estate of deceased!, who ras one
colonel of the U. S. A. artillery service with Miami
favorabjjrlOxTan t and this lection of the beat known
well and f' ACCOMMODATIONS AND school are both receiving a flattering and most popular
who are ea route to Inspect the military ?j TILE BEST FACILITIES.ooooooooooobooooooQooooooi. vote and their friends here WI doubt, that they returned home this morning railroad officials and operatives. la the

Soap 4 Htuoa fifem! Tpe-I barracks at that place Their less send In many ballots/for them[to arrange their business so as to re-I ynited States .
could not be learned.
w. i _.:.... ..: names Y .' J ?s .....

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> I-I 1 I pt! 4tt+brrrrrtt t.tsosc #,#tw.sNa, ss''0
P.L Was Cut to Suite Miami Conservatory off Music, !

HiREHlalxI AND E That Suited |I Him FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director Dade County Title Insurance

Sirai. \ten wl1 tho 1"\ as a result \\e are I Complete courses in Piano,:Voice:5 Twelfth Violin. and Street.Expres I iO" i and Trust Co !1
y.t-'tt. 1 l..t'lI\ tat tD" 1 : o( Fla
I I, LMiarni.
11 no\\' \\orking I' Classes In Languages Harmony, History of Music ight Singing Etc. -- :1
,Reasonable rates. Modern.Methods. Send for Catalogue. .
;\I.e. ; I : I.pjLt J -1,10-.1 MEN TAILORS !! 1\cIbRPOR1 /
'o.n; 1 : '; '1 I ; to keep aht ail Qf f : .-Franklin Coleman Bush-Stern Conservatory of Music, Berlin. iPaid Up CaDital, $511,000.00 Ilrpllls, ZrOOO.OO I )

"I 1 tans!. tidy fill', st I'A 1wee at orders. All this'' 1tisI J many. I!f 1 Insures land titles pTl'pa-e1 abatratca of tilled, loans and invest
flt-rj'] :M. K. f'loii (f$run 11 > about l'y\' VOICE.-Miss Hanna Phoebe Shippee-Boston. I money on Its own account and for olh rs. Actsaa: agent altortll1-Ja-
I brought) : Bush, Stern Conservatory of Music Berl.in.
day. VIOL -Mrs. Franklin Coleman r .
..11......... fact tnlltet' 8Ignpe, tzecutor rI'Ce' 'I'r. or guardian.
Lilla .
: satisfaction which: fol-' EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CUL TU -Miss I B. Carey Detroit. Address all communications to .
oilier"' \VetItis: ( net: u LANGUAGES.-Miss Hattie Carpenter Columbus. Ohio.i t
our work. t II l S. L PATTERSON, S and l Treas.
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mxii at :\ : ; i
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., &a.ud; Mrn'j&\'. P.thirptdjat I Ii !P+r6., ,,, \ : CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OTORi} I I II Iil

.Buhi Chiiafurno&u h ". iiiake, Pants tQ !your I
\ } sari
J If ion don t want to S.ICJ:1ltNEVL : | : \\e il Watches Fit for a King.
and n ht. 'If do, mute t'>
from .
i nn'asure M> you

W"Mr. 1 Pruce 1m{ 'Bear-Mi!1.11 Sate,ijijiurned lay *;" 'i I u PP : The J ti'A.: McDONAIJD! CO. I I it If you- wear our watches you will alwaj

had bt4jt on burgess, I I be on time.

Mrs V Laura H'pulls.Btaih.'taiiie'in Its nio. king tf; West to a Catchy Suitas AXP Long Leaf 1UY Yellow YOl'R One of the time pieces made and

i a few daj on bdttlneax. rl i iI low as 'Pine framinq I ;ff "i O ur pricej for st is
, +- iI IThf'r : at $16 per M I .
I were aelvicea II I day at $ .50.Ladies'
Pap? Ch rch .
Mountas Ion
We also sell1.ime, [4 kinds], 8
Boards same price. prick
was! ) ci in Sa urday a : S
Cement: Sash, Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else a
x Mrs. !fpla ll.lPhen' *. of I builder'requires at lowest possible figurf. .,.. 1 Efery IWatd(; 611aranteed..

L public llchool.for ... IUe4a \ I' I
? a few days, 9 now {up ana our work or give
pest E I money yon"paid for it. Yon Know Where We Are-14th Street Miami, Fla. 6-stze nickle. ope, -:a e .$5.00
Ladies silver,
open caae 5.00
Rev. JJ. H. N+-manMrUioni ." A. WORLEY, J'oooooooooooooOooooooooooooooMany II Ladies'6nize size gold filled gold filled. hunting. .: cane. 15.00ize 10.00
I II :
at tft) Pri hire National Bank I gold filled. -, 15.00The
to First .1|
Charchjyesterda(; as wee greatest rijain ever offered. One 1 1.16 ct blue white diamon
to a nice and arifcreclat. ye I kinds of Stnff \r ri. for only $1$5.00. ,

Rev A. H rI.. one of Magic City i. are called ; T. A T--.e1EL

,preachers on tb East Coast, I ,
'.t Bet 4.pest iy art rnooo.' : Store. Stable Manures \I: 0e 0i OOeeeOeOeeeeeeeee I1
lie preiN hed Is ting t very Dade County Farmes
Rev.rA.: Scott, E., tag seen and Truckers> O..HSTILLEYl AEATa AID GGS.
lag through .h1clt: yesterday' A. BUTLER M. U.l I V : ,
, BOOB from Len4i City. \ I Proprietor. I Sure Need the Best Goad. De1NwdClyatt'sJSthbJe p.rM. .
feet Bight's s traIQto Wekt Palm I .__ .
ti t-- j, I "
Patent Medicines. Toilet and Well Ko ted
Tbep ee maa'k Done getting Composted
Jut -;>jenlng ant not bcjlng found Sundries. Perfumeryani It can only be had in one way. AddressJBox! 135, Miami.

late thjs> mornlnV caused him to Stationery.. :m.-W. G-R.Av..wS ,
lisle (ate. In gating out.Mr. .
Store In Colored JTown Delivered to any ltaUOD'north of Miami for $f555a] ton. Any. station boo sad SOl Twelfth Street.I .
W. ;M Si pom e f. of ATX: O ASD nTTH STOUT. south! of Miami. $(00 a ton. I -


were io come yiih him failed : & NashvilleRailroad Who handle the Miami tta1e. SINGLE
in as rasbre f'X d this morning. r RIGS A SPECIALTY. I CARED I
1 looked' for .10 lhl. j Q\; B. Stephens, agent for Little! River I,
.,. I t I ,
i Ton:ht Jt t reg1t fT .- Time anJRnestServceTo -.- COt+D DRIVERS AND PROMPT ATTIEXTION.: :
GUi G. S. ".n'l.l f l S. 'A li m"mh I, I I E- T. CllYATJ' r, Proprietor.
rt'flu"itt.-tl| l tq out o time. North, West BITTY BIfOS!
ltors J ire .1'0 ,II' y .In\1 Svf.a I
F I I IJ and Northwest. GEO. H.Contracting MEYERSElectrician
-.. I .
! Mr.!X rt' Vione the -
ci Ift"I J ,
1 gressl e dl m6' of I city tr Ift"H Pullman DrawingKoom Machine + [Shop
cars daily from
1 of th1 f-county?,. jJ.ultbt., nice 1"0 r '
f bon ela8t| III May a d I DlQ\'ed to Birmingham,
t tin lot on Sf'CI\\ '.1 IIlr I where. \ Evansville,Chicago Gasolene and Kerosine Engine 11 Launch Supplies! .
1: be used for rcrn. pu t'...... Pensacola. Mobile Batteries. Spark Coil. Etc.
r templtte uil!nt II ll'r&1 ; Repairing a.Speciallty 1113 Avnue C .Miami. Flor da. >rite fur pricesPIRCE
Orleans. :
on th ;same 1o. Ten L .- n '- '
1"I'nder ( ;
V : I I
f th : lr b. Dining Car Service in the : GENERAL REPAIR WORK. & HARDIE
Harri| Ch'aH .mbto will MIAMI FLORIDA..
10 1 -oyster bant" oolght at Elegant free reclining;;chairs HOPS 501 SEVENTH. STREET. ,. .:

HaH. |All frli- III of his I .
! thuJ''R.., are Iin etl to help in Limited.the famous" Be"Chicago sure yonr and I II I I i

t \\1r11 cause. read \ia L., .'\: N. For rate-., HOUSE PAINTERS
-, and full information call i .
J. l\Ii"iJ Gladfliil lean, very ,I
.r and 'Ueaut1Iiil J Ung 1 l 11 or I"IS ,
.. G. E. Herring
left title mo If rot 1 lIra) a.:; : l'..n"BLcr AC..DI.Flnrl'UliC I I i North of j
f s'iH .wnd. I Kt two 'l'f'k" '! i M'cut Buy' IP-rt, spec S : "- trf
i reiati 'es 'n -I frlttnd,;. Little J.rkwnTilM r a, I I, : First National Bank ] Miami. Florida

y, her "tlh'r w" d ass< lia\ )' i r-,'
tlc..d rte II dried 1: cu tenitce : I ..: I F. W.
B. wtR! P" w: 'r trill aail I TREES ,I : ', HAHN
anti 'tf'DK' ttug: rOllr tie j
rump 'o fa c all 10 She 1ft tnriii-ie] lulu-r. of 4 to 10 room- at $ Architect
i j't. OR RENT 2 0 funiUhcd
jon tp eta e7Ur rrs. I II to $125; each for the Tiiiiri! ca.on.
Ii' room*, at five dollars to Slo per week
} 'Rufu 11..1. ii, of Ih" ; going to plant any trees or I I I now /101"C.IO air : [ one of the best
I $dO) ) to .
the this season! Now is the : A xunetk of city residences at from draftsman in the S. ut i. and! am betterprepared
trial rlnth JI1311a/fire sited do It Write us your' wants fOR SALE $***,. "a.anl"lot.. watt to $:aldi(I. One milethe than ever f.> furni..lllDg plau.
('!IrIs uan: EJniICbaroh < "or a I Ihl'l A. I limits on the Orange Glade rock road,wd hate a very de..irab1e"nWrban ,, and details lor -od b tiding H. fine cabi
the following: city
la Dlng and male t t ; Ohio settlement forming, don't J'oul) want to join u ? We network, etc. I am ow headquarter
I a bapv l'/ hi a iitolh 1kpr. and GRAPE FRUIT TREES hav orange, and grapefruit gro\e all kin f improved and unimproved for turned "tork..cr 11 J thousand of them theOWNER'S
All of these at
and has fniitf.tru-king1 and farnjmg. work u..ualldtlne
Hvscltlns 1 Is v you g; landsuitable for n a FIRST ILAHSlinill.
a bright fut IJU before him. He orange, rough lemon, and LOWEST TERMS. General COjdition. govern prices. planing .. i i
trifoliate stocks-all toe moat I .
:I t Normal reached;; P Y ar.1 ;: te of ma an (urity.still varieties. k fc.I : C. Carroll & F. W | Amason Send me your order for doors and wIn-

ndid (' TREES-Two hundred thous Ij North near 3rd Street dow frames ballusters Ibracki t., etc. 4
f t'I'<.1I k; for bl a ap Florida varieties, as fine SucJet-sors to C. C. Carroll. Office 214 Ave. '

, tills! bmin,t cfty of the, South. we ever grew. A hoary 'de ....!.--. ,. ---Ir I ,- and be convinced i MIAMI FLA {
t 1- for them. Better get roar or .
Anij now I .,> gala Ithe
< Rev I?. 'man. the able once. I I
y the one fan Of. H.t'Jtlhe t Sean v: :Light best, PECANS-We able to grow hayent sufficient here-to The Hudson Cycle Co. America's Most Perfect Wheel.:

the"" Clt the demand but hare a ale
h In i
ever: Iprea |
nigh fat It el A. SI.,, E. Church AND season.ORNAMENTALO-Oret ; : H.acyol e. ;

packed boot We ti led I In our usand fine field grows (raft for the Bicycle Differs from the I. 1
'up" 'sl weed n i the e columns' One hundred ,t wentd Anything and Everything liicycl Pushes one-fourth
scabs lJI e &!nUt) cf the !
an.f'every body elected especially for easier, and is propelled the same way. t

que"fJon he wjas pui$? on the lop gh lf. & planting shrubs At.o.hear;fine plants lot ,AT THE RIGHT PRICES! The )less the friction, I the easier the push. j

last brother fblghtj b,#,dn't roughtltltl111la geI; 1(up own so high CATALOGUE trees. !: gives;;'descrip .... Ths. .efs lThis.Je. 5aIIr &Is..... MfcUsMcnitSLMh; The Racyde has )less friction on its Crank Bearings ,

ri1 i ." from and prices of these and many t, MI.atAte Tm....,cup .s. laak.ur rm: '6.d ire ... rrt.d.lsd.)drs .. .:. than any other bicycle.)
"mdjCb0klof! I Mopes. trees and plants and contains Shoddy

ca.mi sernMUi oneIJithe$ ;: It ev Neat''r listened and Information. Write i for a No I Shoddy. or Cheap Goods. No I II or Cheap Work. P1Ltmbing: : ,: '
r t. thelogian I
Newnan ..._ud. If it
AM RMir work H+o.A'rehl f i
Ive I 1lI1' He ST. IIRI IURS uES
a bnatO writer; <* hi by ; IM'I rigtt.bwi.g k b.ck..dWe'll I have an up-ro-tlate plumbing' establishment jJ
.ttonr31ine( ? connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and a 1l-
7. Make it Right
']' 1I1 i l'tjMnent t It a ,I Ibfof Mary.' '- Florida : prepared to do the best i ork. Call and see me. I
> to d th In i ,
lan'd"sii:t coordinate exactly I Don t throw Your bra... plugged, or rim-cu tires awa\, \Kitlurrn

the thtbklnf < went of tlit in the heirby Czar 's Kidney ,Core dligte o, tube or C & J tires. Well vulcanize the and make them IK wXMOOOOOOOOOOM M. j. MCDONALD,

bratil,F whipping 1 t1Cf 4binh in h is 1 domains. kJdogva fwd W dee d t. (ocoexxxx

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ARE YOU I Hinson HOuse '

proresm iTh.mi e I / .

r., : 4.G GOING NewiY7Furn'.ned.' In new location. Rae*i-sop r-d4 .
d I i SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th St., Mlamf.lFlorWJ ,
Where of Located on the bank.of Indian Rlv.r. Finest Hunting and I, FI.hlnclnFI&I, |

6tter.021 $ TO BUILDIf i People The Fort Pierce Hotel r

ATTORNEYS A|1EAw1 Moderate Means
will 4.L McMUlIIi ItMt esd MMNtrH i I
tncrtti .aeoart. It
esadred.n If FO, we would like to Interest .
Ip.etsl6stdiiue.fof.zsetnl nd perfcetlniflama i bin$2 to $X SeeW Rein.td.at.ad I4 Be.M. KT !
; you In using the
ta.e Tina. I II I Are
MakingCotJifot - --
osox her ry gpl, pis, -

p.. 1' 5ILUt1L Y. D.5ome. !Miami Lime Stone I table Incomes.' 'Tie W- 1 /RESORT:

: with ae4 \ Pharoaay.zesadenee i I aver Y House-Si otnfortabl0
14th deor.erAve The walli of a building goner
C ; constructed of his stoat : I the Bay
: Choice 108 fl bhih St JIRS. ISABELLA I ''
MIAMI BIDA.a.1. are PropertiesWe WELLS. j Mtaa fit.

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lACDUlft. I'IFire Proof ; Have for Sale THE 'I Corner Avenue B ani lltk| Strat.I Ii

BOTIL Brsc.rxz B Jt. ,A vJt. I :
and practically ererlaatlns G. A. MULLER P
I KUKI. BIDA.Omee5.utpstreet After once up then U BO Brick business bloc cm Arenas>> .......... .. ..... .............; i,6fMt00( i
expense of repairing or 10 loU on Seventh street .............................. ...... ..?.. ..OOO.IOI
painting. The Bret cost la' I 1 house and lot bay front{ riparian r1g its.... ...... ...... ........ $,ooo.oo SAN
but little more than wood 1 house and lot foot of Twelfth street................... ........... .4JOOQM' CARL@S< !
ban.84..slderce while the nashooMUd lot. Thlrtenth street,a Bern Improvements ........ 4,750.00S
,YA8.9th S$ ; and Iota oa twelfth street, flan 11400.00 to .............. .4.000.00S : j I
b IAMI.F room house with tttj,lots, wins bearing treea Fourth street ...... !.M0.00 ,
Permanent'Gost ROOM and lot oa Fourth street near Avenue D .................... j 160.00 FOR1RlY .fen alikeye.. r*t LSDaer44JM1 It
1. A. BACLQS i' broom house and lot Jon Third street...... ...... ................. MOO.OO Special-. w.pnweet.. to CommrrcUl 1iAINMTEI f
considering repairing repairing House and 3 Iota on flrzt suxrt for all .......... .......... ...... I jj.6oo.ootOacre hit fib .aAltrtt.oolda' :!rVMR
1IG6& .
Mb.t I .
,Sp.eifaatio.i s Ile Y e la much her thaa orange and grape; fruit aror tear CocoanUt drover ........ S.000.00!
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1 for Buildings of A': ads, Fi.e i . . I. .
wood. Tl> appearance tm 10 acrea., three and one-half t+eared. bearing fruit trees near Cocoani t .. .
IBeaidenoea a SpPITICE ialty. I much superior to other Drove ...... .....j i ...................... ....... .............. 2, 00.00 -NewNt+teNOr .'. .'.9. '_ 'J'. '. J.......
13 AVENUE ft. material m the CO acres flat farmlrrjlaod at Cutler .:..... ...... .....'........... 1,800.00 Accommodatlona: first class Hat View I of 4
f-aere orange and grapefruit, arore at Orange JUdge....... ....... .C.Q00.09 ,, ., Ue Bar ; ;
fALTER C. DcMjRMO| Architectural Possibles are Two t One young orange and grapefruit groves on Miami dyer with I i
Ar o ot..p riparian rights 13.000 aDd S.000.00 1 THE BAY VIEW
2 Unlimited House and 3 Iota on /Berenth street. corner Avenue H. ............ 1450.00
Flub farmlnt and c'trua lands from 120.00 acre I I
::.?Room 4, Metropdi 1 S building1.Honra We saw the"itone to any Several up. : n'/
furnlhed houses rert for the
alWe have tamed .. to season. Call and Bee us. .t.
8 to 12. 1}|| 3dial-mi Fla.F .. columns and planed mould > (-acre grapefruit and plceapple grove ... .... .... ........ ...... 1.000.00 I i "
tugs 10 sires and 7 room'house, bam liable, tool house and :work bonne' P.M. CONNOLLY. Proprietor : !'
F R. H. SE' OUR.
bearing orange and grape fruit grove on Miami river with riparian I
i Attorney Lfiaw Broken WaDa, crushed atone for rock Rubble torSidewalks '. rights-an Ideal borne .................... ...... ....:....... .. !t.ooo.oo t I 1- : 31 .. : I
: 20 acres fine pine land which U S 6 !
on a or acre orange and grapefruit Next
ant A No. l to Terminal Pier
I Railroad j
ill practice i. an t t Xntt and fed-a I Lime always on hand. (grove; 100 bearing ;,'trees and other varieties of fruit trees; 4-room house, MIAMI OpoaJr. Depot
Rs. Particular aiurtlMefcatiU. to Curporjtii s. good well etc. Biggest bargain In Dade 4 1.% miles from Miami ;I -
| Bui Estate d Probate Lj wL !I -- : Rock, Road. Price." 12.5(10.00.( ) county; "' .......................... I F'
rrv..U 6.itdi.t &MIAMI. naJ I .
I I J3 lots on Eleventh street for all 200000. J j -. . . . .-- '
} I 35 acres pine and prairie land 10 acres improved half mile south of Cutler r1 ;
ID.D. & C. A ? (OGERS OfEOr't Hotel" ; 800 feet frontage on bay; 400 bearing fruit tree; 5-room I cottage, 1
furnished; horse and wagon; 75 laying hens and out buildings. PrIce $4.000,j i Hit '
\ beef ealtrgeJ
CIVIL EM [ERS cash.f or the. 10 acres with;Improvement- about 400 feet bay front, for'$2,800.00. .. ;! The Southern ccdrenieactt sad ill modem lure 'I'

| *Metrtpolis BiiUiie.Street. .|t3 1-2 Tfdlloriii. tl Cronkhite 1 I I I'I' been iosb/lei
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GEO. L. ONALDf. I Eo A. FOKSSELL Proprietor. I I

4Lade a'pciaty| (Quarry Co" si.ate and Insurance Alle t8.1 J : RATES FROM ftOO, UPJ I

COCOANUT d 't idvL Fad.t I Box in. or 1200H. Avenue O.IOAVI. Comer Eleventh Street sad A*eave B. I
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hic .Iu I rapt etas. wechanasd I. I
(MraatN ut fMk.. tee towy..rw.rk m Under and by virtue of a decree of '
; Retailers
aad.a.e) wU.ey. Referee ;Meat ,
Fiurida foreclosure and sale Issued out of the I
Circuit Court of the Sevruth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Dade
Corner:: Avenue D and Third streets. Miami Florida '
ContrtfCfor.I County, in a cause therein tending I ..' Now O11SdsollIi'\ 11)05)
I Grading BlaUn wherein the Bank of Bay Biscayne a I I .

Is Drlte4t Idewalk corporation, la complainant mil Stuart .

and Jtruction H. Hale is defendant, th; under. { Salem Graham
IENNIE m PAtUUSH. signed Special Master In Chancery, Broad.,1s
l** StetfioarapttcMend Typewriter.CMit will sell at public motion In front of 'Se.ybod's
Rrporti**.IfcjJAitioM.JIIIui'.... I Iwert& the court house door at Miami Florida : ;
TcackM 3bll. Maud Office .
during the legnl hours of sale, on THEJEFFEBSONFORMERLYTIJE
ur....,..iwifta Mae .sir. !u. ;!.:... 2:. w.es. / the first Monday in January A. D. .
........:z".. >C. 1905, the lame being the second day made under healthy conditions. 1 .
"e-. of said month, to the highest end beat !We do all mixing by th-* latest machinery -
I Re12 biey bidder for cash, the following described I ; patented. HOTEL KEY WEST '
r real estate of Stuart H. Hale, the
: I defendant, situate, lying and beingIn TAY: .A.. LOA.FI JOSHUA CURRY, .... Pre id'r
the county of Dade ana State of
: .Ire D,.ed{ bsFOSb.Buit61 Florida, or so much thereof aa may be I Of our Homemade Bread for your I 1. OPEN ALL THE YtAR. RATES $3.60 A DAY' AND IT
FItUd I sufficient to satisfy said-decree and health. That'a why you ahould try It.
riWJd tW la4ti1octi, J.nlerJ..It costs of sale, towlt: )The kind thatla preferred by people One Half Block from Terminal Key Wejt. Flor'a .
Lots forty-nine (49) and seventy miles around. .
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Not //L I (70) of McDonald's plat or*map of j i 1.c1.R.O: i3 vm r.g I = !
A ipeclal meeUffbt? the stockh id- the business center of CocoanUt Grove WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. =
ot the TtopldifJHome Improiemtnt which plat ia recorded In Book "A" of I \ I 1
ol II Plata of the Dade Land Records Opposite eoyal Part
Company ;- Caml. rvwlda j, la County Palm
hereby called: for & .s&T. December at page 16, being part of Lot one JOHN SEYBOLD! I I
14. IfW at th ifflce of the tom I (1), of section twenty-one (21). township Corner Thirteenth Street and A..o-: B
.' anla IClanU. FJ 611da", for the purpoae ': fifty-four (54) South, range forty- I Ii In J ,1 I I
of young on;|he propO3ltloi> to I J one ((41) east. ,Miami, : : : : : Florida. I S 2iami. : -I I Fi lorida
lacreaae the caplUKitock to lOOJOOO'j I R. H. Seymour, '
,and other bnslnes 'Mme befor&'the Special Muter in Chancery i I !

meeting. 1 ft+ ]Ii i I Patterson Erwln --- ,-- --- ------rT

MbV., Brown Stjc:. Solicitors for ComplalnanL ........ . . .. . . .... . . . . . Rate on Application. Write for RESERVATIONS.

MIw1 I BARGAIN STORE : : I .1.: I !I .

.. ...... .. .. .. . . ... . .. .. ... .. .. : Keller & Miller \TROPOtlt .
A new (f ie uf If you want a 13 gain, iPdi.gce I ANA
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Silki-tWonte' .jl I buy your: i : Dealers in :
II Dress ({ and )tier I Call aid! see our hue oC- Croch-I ; F'1sh, .i iI Restaurant that caters to ladies and Gentlemen
4Md Wilier II Dress
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t I..lLt-w e fJ\e. 'llw.t J. GAUTIER. Prop. I and G-aD1e. lobo lJeIdorf 61xk. Ateaae D. CHAS .
fVf Proprietor

DOAt .& ULERSON-- 'I ----,--i O.dJ: The Ideal Oyster & i -
Chop House
bh I are, in traps..Killed I after. i IS I
1LAt.EHS INI I I i .
jE.!J', I iChoice i received 41O Twelfth Street !

slats' Live Bet-I Meats.Choicest Poultry. i
,? (! : I Pullto Attention Orders /taken daily-Prompt attention tp Steak. Chops and fish. Oysters in Style
and dre: FAIR T REA. T M E JIC T. : any ,
-- Phone Orders' j'
,J; I By the quart plate or gallon. Game la Season. 1
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co. ......WIt."... neat e.M- I
i of Second Street and BoulevarI' d.
Comer 1ta and A.. D _-.n I..... Corner J. Marks Proprietor

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just: received at the The handsomest line of ladies ready to wear skirts- suits_ outside coatsjboth' i in
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half and three fourth! length, and shirt waists.i Also the!] latest crea-
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tions in ready to wear hats am rnillinery. Be sure and attend the Monday sale.

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Of,Forty-eignt Point ,Ion tile Liverpool Nunally's I TheBiscayrie i
| I lif, Mark t. < When
Drugglstl.3 in Doubt
I 1.Jt tpoof&LXf:;( .5.-[WinK to Uic ten'I'' CAbDY I ; I ,
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aur'rep6rl i American cotton aDd theconeeggenk ; -- ,
I I I Pure -::
oj the New York I I- I
erark f Si firday. market opened I IBere'ttHlaysj IE. I --- I ;3 '
>ery ( I I! == Play Blue Serges
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ht points
fcarlj saVs. >:! Drug ,
k..er'.'jhaOD, Sat Ijf' '* close and E I i All of our Drives, d
Jaftuarjr an I I') ', opened Ihlrtytour = I Chemical. -andTbtsSton :::: r That'* for choice of cloth. About [[the making: of the ;I
pointsuower previous sales E preparations are 3.e -uit-that'- another
\ I' Co. tret.li. htorJ. a uit at $(U.tO that
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,. ii, we'll .take our reputation. Tw i is ,
I bathe. f-Our methpda I *frge a tightly knitted
; Curios of H gh Price. I are commended =1 'i11 staunch, reliable textile guaranteed all wool to the i
', SOLEAGENCY, reputable .:::::;;
I. xehajrc. warranted
I "f I t pLyr-ic .. never to shrinkj crock fade or hose
the manuscript |. C Aberaetliy. an. 31 ..
A hundred years ago E' -I 1 U "rrightl"lu..tre. The suit IH intelligentlj lined and
of Milton'i Paradis.!:Lost" was worth :
/ e C fits with a character that .
aboat |10 .|'Today It Is priceless, anlUffocgi4b Wiiwhuwwwwww wuullwmuuuih bespeaks brainworkmanship.
; ... the present owner, li sail ziisfisssisslssssss'' 'I ill ctyles that fashion demands and sites to asssure

%3.taviT paw I a quarter of minion for I 1f ;t PROPER FITTING TOGS |or any build of man. f
11.. There Are pieces of tapestry In I
,. -: the possesion of ric i New Yorkers for i iI
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vrbtk|the&haye pJd $100a square I -- I .,
IfctB. Njllgfi The I All& rus" U said OurPrescription L I :
tb kefworfn 1150.000, and there are I
ibbdreds'' )f I Iof! Beat.IWWJWef Depart.MlMkM '
canvas I
!Europe plecei]i f and the United .. .. ...."StMtMlim -. ..... htaeoas Our Shirt

6i&i swio; $!h'quite as mdbh. When tM wtswlK tad tw.
MN* rmn a ISK* -
irafllvarlas vlolli is sold at public IL I
ft k avtatt > s a .
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auction taftondon I or so great a sum II ,

M |3 00i {he fact Is: deemed worthy i_' l'_ Sale Is I Still On!
to be fcaplei>I to the I ends of the earth., Mats )1st rrecdt If CROSS] We nah 'rearse.. ,
A ttU oadls sold tot a billion or a fur lob U Manhattan for the revenues aq'taWCsiVsMI I t
W.a principality I and nothing U said PHARMACY Ik Chocolates .
Stationery. Have tried of ourfhigh'.class
These bantles, though of great price .. you one shirts at a
are common; enough but a Shad! la + + eery IsttJqr. Wl Ml cheap shirt price? We have ;about ten dozen
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dr reafey ht wlb. r.L. .nIiIie, CtIIIIIIe III / !
worid"there: late dos- more to in our celebrated madras
alt tb scarcely a go
Preside. lie.kr.
en_of khesejprecious' old fiddles, and. taest y. ; $1.00 shirts at . . .) { . 75 C
all th fuming I of I'modern Invention i ,
rallito S>ail, tbel_ !number.Foley' And only a few dozen in| the,; finer .

( We .t ttl csolN] a I 1.25 shirts to goat.. . I oj . .89c f'
: Honey ana Tm / IIInrSanitary : r I
--'f.'u *, mdttoptYhiti tM h. These oods
Fountalrffrriti are 123 cloths and of the

\ E )e.B tter'Shoc. We aMals lell ear sbt6eruvs&d ia4 newest light,dark actua1J.I'in fiures and stripes

FOBF h iri I No Waitinl( I frill Syrups ,frtsk i i I

Best -jerrke I'II in the City.: I IJ

A COLBY: ? r ProprietctI1t j i :
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The, Boy..l .ji jid DISASTROUS i WRECKSCarelessness -+ -rI j, t :.

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is d ]Is' responsible for manya !
railway wr1kl! and the stun cause Come and. 'See Us
are making human wrecks of anfferers
from Throat and I Lung troubles But i Opposite the.:' Postoffice. --
since the advent of Dr. King's New DIsrtevery -!
for Consumption Coughs and J. I '
Colds, even the worst caws! can be'I / OUR STOCK: IS
cured, and bore ess resignation Is no! Full C mf ,,' Hardware
longer necessary! )Ira. Lois Cragg of NEW AND
Dorchester.. a(as ". !I" one of many SASHDOORS and
whose life was saved by Dr. King's; '
New Discover. This great remedy Is; COMPETEPrices FarmingImplements F
guaranteed for ill Throat and Lung PAINTS
; Ii diseases by all) 'uggists. Price fOc. and are Low ;
bottle*free -
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J J. W.Oliver !

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I Groceries'That !
Nowadays the bey must be dressed as well and carefully II the man. You -
can't afford to let other boys have any advantage over 'your boy. .It I w Wale the
won't do. .It handicaps htm and makes him '"II" Inferiority he shouldn'texperience.
.. Get out of the Idea that.anything" 'Is good enough ,(for the boy. lIot'N' '
Send him hereHe : are ![ and fresh ate dearat Typewriter{ : : :
any price. ,w- ?sell oar goods at neb ,
FC prices u to noble us to move them: Jij .
before they h chance to get-old. :
can't wrong I r
go Hence always have '
wf I Beaus\, It is superior to all otter*. .
I' !We are selling them too kecavM
p1 .. We make a specialty of Boys' Clothing, and put a great deal of.our Pure and Fresh .our price. tad terms art tuj. tt 7.*
'i time and our brains Into procuring thebest. ,; ., want: a j good.machine. let us UU yea
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Suits for boys from. . . . . .$$3.0O' to $12 Groceries : : : 1 OLIVER.

In pants from .. . .. . ... . ..50cto2.00J. oTe j I --
? I Let Us P fbi tatemDl y' t,

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J. SEWELL I IMagpolia A macblne shop his bfo added to
Ii. our large rstabihn! >.ent to! satiety the
I J demand for a ; frpalr shop 4,
Miami's Leading Clothiers. 304-306 Twelfth Street for fIrstIela3t:! GAS E... 1O1SF.li.
t '! and that | ierrr.Cent Is In
charge of skilled +blnlf1a, We are
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f .! Grocery I ICo f; I i i

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Successor to Lottoa ft Johoioa. pppo.t .
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