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

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V L. :. N0. }* ::. &:=;.. MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY. DECEMBER 10. 1904. tiX'XS: ::: :!*' f Price V Cents

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AND W CARNHCIE5NAMQWA5 BICYCLE, RACENEARiNG THE BOARD OF. COUNTY. COM 1550NER5II KEY WEST IJAP NESS WAR NIP S


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THE END HAD BIG FAIR
The Official Minutes of Their Meeting Held in Mimi December 6. I
FORGED STBUCK A MINE :

'Bills Paid"and Other Business 'Transacted.



FOR $$1 13150 000 SEVERAL OUT LAST CONTESTANTS NIGHT AND DROPPED RACE Miami. Fid., Dec. I.. 1 190 _. _I state at large, wit i F. S. :Mcrse and ,i' DESCRIPTION OF FINE APRON AND SANK

NOW PRACTICALLY BETWEEN "I'he .Uurd of county commissioners .f. IL Tatum as surJ les. < BOOTH CITY' HEALTH OFFICER ;

'TWO TEAMS. iiu-t t this day !in regular session. Present The following! I .
were approv'ed II
: | PLUMMER MADE HIS REPORT
.i CcV.. l l.alnharl. chairman, John -
i and ordered of the
J.rIT ; New Turk Itec In.--Ouliu to the Sew t'li, .... 0. AichtT S. A. Belcher and fUIII: W1raUIli gen.'c.ral FOR NOVEMBER.

So Declares Cleveland I.PlainDealer 111 rums ],nee kept. up during! the night I R. E. Mctxmalil. John Frohoc,= hher-l I Harry Der .$ :1 WENT DOWN WITH 38 OF HER

1)11".1.lorllll.: I almeraeraz/ downing i iff and K. ('. Dearborn clerk. .
Article ,' R. R. fo'raJler, . 2.00 CREW ALL OF RUSSIAN SHIPS '
Sensational and lIII'rg were compelled to of the last '
The
| tamales meeting O. O. Poppleton . . 2.00C. i
the race: Metropolis Bureau. KeyVnt.. nit.. I ARE SUNK AT PORT
drop out of six days cycle ; were read and approved.Appiicnttoa : ARTHUROTHER -
; W. . I'
:2.00
Morning. 1 I Dec 9. 122d'
Private
this I Hlnchman. of the
morning. of the Hotel 1 Poin-j sat
4 i Royal !I Hllry DuBois, . . :2.00! Company WAR NEWS.
I The latter were droppedhoiNliHly ci.ina.. for to sell ,, roast artillery has'traas-
twkatns I permit liquors wines
Tlls John Edwards ,
i . 2.00IL
ferred
I I in tits rear during Inc night! I and' )beer In election district No. :3:, !' to the hospital corps. Evidently !I -_
..
I 11. W. Hill, same . . 2.00
I and in the P'nnlnglon .
same 12.50 buttered. Let Tokio Dec. 10. The
us bope Japanese crulI
after so. anyway
lap. J law. and tbjections filed 1
no ,
same wait
BANKS t fREGKEDfAMIUES W. F. .
1 .
I It Is not unlikely that th:> I\.eegatr. I granted.: iI { me. 1.60 Sergt. Wm. D. Evans 1 Is exported tot;I ser Saran, struck a mine and sank
Paul C. KltChnt. . . 4.00 {
; Dorgan team will be forced to drbi( I Application of Hotel The return Sunday from St. Loos. wherehe November 30. Fifteen officer and 175
RUINED i rl'akera.1)I D. \V. . . 4.00 has men were t
been rescued
out of .the contest during the day Hit for permit to sell liquors, wines and visiting the Fair. No but thirtyeightother
J. W. .. .
jJ e. 4.00 members
Keegan Is Mild to be :a Dad llhape.Tun'llIe l beer In election district No.' Ill having I : doubt\ Sergt. Evans will have; many of her crew went down.
R. 11. Rosaean, . . 11.711 with the
II Interesting ship. ;
and Metllng are also practically been advertised according to law and anecdotes to relate of his ,
1- j J. Vaugbany, . . 2.00W. travels. ,
out of the race as they ere ndw same sam1.
no objections filed was granted.Application
: H: Smith . . %.00 The Catholic I
five daps behind the I leaders. ', of Hotel Royal Palm fair opened Monday AMERICAN BUILT TORPEDOBOATSShipped
A. W. .
Garnett . 2.00 and the
At S o'clock this the VanderstuftStol although public expected some
.
AND BUSINESS MEN EFFECTED BY morning for permit to sell liquors woes and -- '
Fruit and "eg. Gro ers Assn..
and Root-Dorgan teanls beer in election district No. 10. having thing extraordinary, the unique and to Russian Oovrnm nt
THE DOINOS OF THIS STRANGE rent of ball .1. . . 2,00 artistic decorations I.
and the
had covered 2,158 miles and five lapn. been advertised according to law, and variety Merchandise.New .
I. G. .'
WOMAN DERATIONS COVER Lyman inspector 2.00H. and excelence' of the articles for sate
Up
Samuelson and William were one no objections filed: same was granted. -
T. Norment sam. . . %..00A. I
THREE YEARS. behind them and the next three teat" Appllcaton! of Seminole Club for were an agreeable surprise to all On I York, Dec, 10.-The aloe lorI -
P. Hodges sam, . . !!.DO entering the
are two laps behind them. Tnrvllieand .permit to Bell liquors, wines and beerin building the first thing I pedoboata built at Perth Amboy for
t W. W. . . .
Blackmer sa I' :! .ooJ. 'that attracts the of '
'" Metling bring up the rear with electon district No. 10. having been eye the spectator the Russian Government have been
\V. Pearce same . . %..00I. Is the
2.157 miles ana nine laps. Tho recorii advertised according to law and no apron booth. The white completed and will leave the yard \0j -
D. Spier, same . . %.00 '
I j
Cleveland Dec. 10.-The Plain: Deal. for 128 hours riding is 2,459 miles and objections flied, same was granted. ? dome top is supported by fou- white day. 1
1. R. Smoake. sam . . %.00 I
today s1| six: laps. i pillars. White and pink chrysanthemums have been
( er Petition ofl \\'ID. F. Koegler for permit They taken apart and will
,
1. G. Harper same .. .. .. %.00 decorate the
"When the (Contents of the mysterious to sell liquors, wines and *>eer in .. Interior of the he shipped to Russia as merchandiseon :
securities : A. Barrett. same . . ...%.00 booth and the word
held for Mrs. Cassie THE COTTON MARKET. : election district No. 10 was received apron on the base a transatlantic: liner; The tenth
r A. C. Frost. same . . . 2.00
of the
3L Chadwick .| y Jra Reooldll.are. revealed New York, Dec. 10.-Future* closed and ordered Tdvertlsed. dome In alternate pink and boat, when completed will cross the
fc F. T. Faker same . .. .. .. .. %.00
to the outside world, It :will be steady. December, 757; January, 763t} I Petition of James Paulson for permit white letters illuminated with Uny ocean under her own power. The tN...
\\'m. Marshall. . . .
found that the signature of Andrew February. 770; M"a/ch. 785: April 780!;f to Kul \li< uors wines and beer In same 0.50F. electric lights announces the dainty are eighty feet long and carry a crew
A. Bryan. lIallle . . .
Carnegie Apparently been I forged :May 793; June 795: ; July 802; August election\ district No. 7 was recelted 2.00 wares for sale here. Miss Lottie McMahon of eight men. .KRUSSIAN
.
I w. H. Fulford same. . .
1 2.00R. : is in charge of this booth.
to notes and J{[papers to th> total "9". Spot cotton cloned dull; middling trod 1 ordered IOn dvcnlseil. The I -
I Cothron same . . . 5.:0:: of the fortune ARE
amount of f 1%?: OOOO. upland I. 800; middling gulf 825.! camp gypsy tellers Is
nioiioni it wax ordered that war. Ware Bt>rr)'. same . . 2.00A. the popular attraction. The tent is
been multi. !
"These securities have SENT
I J' a lit :No' !; ors; drnnn in favor of Mrs. \V. Crownmr'. rat p . . 2.00J. situated in an alcove prettily decorated i TO BOTTOM.Washington. .
plying for the past three years and NO EXTRAORDINARYSPRING i
( lias. ShiTidiin l 1,1. canceled and desayff C. Joingh': acme . . . .
the principle on which Mrs. Cbadwickconducted I SESSIO :2.00! with ,-rgrerns. The interiorof \ Dec 10.-The Japanese .
: toyed, said > hating diinl since \\'. 10:. X"rl". . .
!!f financial 8)'steil1. and \Va.shington! [)(>C'. 10.-No oxtraor1' I "am' .4iO! the tent is typical of a gypsy home. legaton{ here has received a cablegram
I issue of wan ::1. \\'. I. Peters, . .
same .
2,00It. Here Miss IVjrona Cones and Camille from Toklo that
uponwhlch..: hert1 borrowed turns alleged\ | Binary session of Congress will be stating the commander -
; The following bonds were u..j".II' \\I. rrl..n.I/lII. -, . .
to : i to millions caused the no\t; spring for a revision of the tad sat 410i. ) Johnson! reveal the future to all who of the Japanese artillery

wreck of the Oberlln bank brought j|; It has also boon definitely decided. th: rind approved lf: !I :\i. It Kf'lium. .; o0 are curious as to what fate holds In forces at Port Arthur reports 'hat the

ruin to hundre s of families and losses i ito I :he* question of an extra session nefall ]: K C. -irliorn, clerk of the circuit [ J. F' JalllolI. same ... . . .OO store for th.'ni. The fancy work booth bombardment of Friday 'set the Russian -

basinet .mi h almost without num. !! IIbe\ hold in abeyance.\ court, in Ihe Lulu of 12.5dU.IM( ), with J.I ',\ t: Tracey. llitllle. . . 4.00 presided OUT by Mesdames Rrysun cruiser Bryan a fire and ihat she

OCT." I i 1 i ir i'1 nrehident announced this derision ,I M. Townlt-y and .I. M. Jackson, Jr as'I Ihllrtli. J..I 1 Hardee. same . . :!.OO i iti. and Pindcr and Miss Pacettl. Is extremely U heeled'over' nearly capsizing. The

I 1 ,:teral callers today.. ; ..". I i t! F'h..r:1 AIIHlr, San e . 2,09 pretty The color scheme ofwhite battleships Rctvizan and PalUria are

airs Chadwict; Will not Waive Exam i ti: A. ":. Hey,-r, county judge, in the I 3. Puller lalUl' .. . . ,50 and blue 1 is very effectively carried submerged at high tide to- their upper

(ination. I I(I POSTAL CLERK INJURED|rI sum of $2HHHMi, ,, "*, '|th John D. Reilly, .\. IV. (lutes. same .. . . 2.00 out in the decoration. A star of decks. ,

J II A. .Fitch . . .
same ,.201V.
New York,Af.t+Jc...lO.-U U announcedsewlomctally SERIOUSLY and Kirk .Miiiiroe us suretiesJnhn : tiny electric lights surmounts the The Pajlada!' and Pobleda are heeled
I Frohuek : A. e..I..r. Same .. . 2.00 top, and underneath Is written In silver over hulls below the
hi the Federal offices Ii i .sheriff in the sum .. abo\lIlnhelr\ water
.
I i I w. L'arpente'r. 'all. . "
it and % 00 letters "Of ihe Sea. line
Although was a considerable
and
M& Chadwlck will not rflOrled. distance
today that all allIbe of $ !iwMMMi I with' J. Hubbard Ciioaiham
waive examination in the+face of the time appeared tint no one w' I and 1 Thos., U [Townley as sureties.et 3. H. RldilIlJntl. same . . 2,00 Mrs. Sweeny presides over the plant with the upper lee decks awa-ih.' The
; C. O. loaz same . . .
latest developments at Cleveland and seriously injured in the dt-ra.llng McDonald :.00 booth. The plants are very prettily '"' submerged! to. her upper
,. I. notary public, .\. Ilsrdin. Same . . .
.
will probably r vain here to fight the the postal baggage and ex retot : 2.00I. arranged In tiers. In a booth lecorated decks and the Gllad Is close to the

car a few days' ago above Ti'uavill4 state at larg-.jwith Chas. E. Davis. A. I. H. \'Io'nl.. sam . 2.00.J. with bunting and flags Misses. shore and] listing considerably.'

4uae. it now developer that mail clcik h. T C. Richards D d\\'UI. N. Woods as sureties. 8. Ca'itell0. I18ml'.c. :.00 Sadie Baker and Isabel Sweeny havea | -

II Hayman Is more seriously i -ed thai J. R. Thorne. same . . "..90R. choice asortment of sweetmeats for JAPS LICK RUSSIANS >

lean, Mon, ; &. Harris contractors 'was .expected]and in in a seriotts!!.. eor ,. R. F:. Hall, superintendent of public W. Brown same . :.OO! sale. Misses Waren. Albury and Ban i IN 'BRISK' ENCOUNTERS

.k/ erected a |>uogalow for loll J. J. ditlon\ at Jacksonville\ as a result o I In..t. n1t'tlnn. 'In'the' sum of of 'l. If ).OO. C. B. Sc-ott. same .. .. . %,00 have a very pretty booth of green Tokio. I Hi-. 10.-.The announcement

Alter, of Michigan, turned over, Keys the capsizing of the mail car. with Chas. H. !Karthslde. and C. T. McCrimmon :. I. C. Holly same ... .. .. :.00 wth red trimmings. Festoons of evergreens s made from Imperial headqnartrni

..:.. to that genUenian yesterday, and Mr. This was the information brough as s, retl(>s. I Frank T. Budge. I'uppllel :18.15 form a mansard roof which Is oday of rlsk encounters In the jrtein-
himself n* been? nrl- '
Alley exprea [
!II y mall clerks arrhlng here last night 'Robert R. Taylor, notary public E. IV. Pin!;h. stlendn! prison'! 1.00 surmounted with electric lights sly of the Shal river Thursday" night
Unlsn.This
pleased with tathouse audits It seems that at the time of the accl*. slate at large.. with Leroy U McNeil! H. F. Serugga. cl..allldg) fle'll'' r. 3.00P. Misses Isabel Duffy and Connne Me and Frida, morning In which the Ru.
arm is building two modern .
an.11t.e ; dent Mr. Hayman suffered what ap and James F. Jaiidon as sureties. T. Sl.aCJ1: all..ntllnfprl on(>r COO Mahon preside over the doll! booth. liana were repulsed and scattered.The .
reIIUeUCOL one or W. J. Gautier
Gaat1l'r both peared only Blight Injuries and proceeded Robert Han onll as constab'e! with IRlller Granger t'arlle!: jurors 3.00C. This Is of red bunting decorated In Japanese suffered no cainalde

are other progresssi for! : N.r:1pJlv; and, wm jobs lie I, with his work though he spat' l c.I \\'. Schmidt and C. N. Newomb as I 1.1. I.t'ffler, f . 3.10 greens. Here are large ....118 and while the Russians lost thirty med

I blood all the way back to Jacksonville ; sureties.W. Salll Rountree t"htllt paid %..41I1tJan small dolls, big dolls and small dolls killed and a number of wounded.

ready for QCCU ac! by the 15th ofJanual'1 and after arriving there collapsed wit Pub. ('o.. legal Ads . !:.all1V. boy dolls and; girl dolls\ old dolls and
; Fheniorhages. S. Hill an justice of the peace
Physicians are attend*; tenth T. Itlce! charily . .. I-.v young dolls proud Parisian. beauties FAMILY WIPED OUT
I district with P. Ullendorff and
Ing him and while fatal results are not J. B. McCtnley blll''ln II Ullt'r. 10.00 etc. Mrs. T. Reedy and Misa Alvarez BY POISONED CABBAGE
3f Among .the prominent visitors In J..IH. Cheathani and W. A. Lofton as
believe it will b/ W. I.. \\ldmt''t'r, ball .Iecllon. %.00 hate charge of the art booth. Among'
anticipated they : Slddfll, !II. Dec. 10.-james
I 1 town today p> Busch, son of the I l4famous /n relies.Geo. I Rankia.
I/ SL Loin brewer, who is ''mak Home time before he is able to resume O. Butler, tax assessor, in the J. C. BurtaMhaw. post ge. etc G.B the colectlon are some elegant oil wife and our children are dead here

\inlt 1 his run. f|i< I Urannlng Bros.. blank tll . 5.05 paintings, hand painted chin, )'rfJIt. from eating cabbage\ I'lolsoned' by a
first to Florida and this of $1.000.00
ing his sum with Geo. W. Potter
!
Mr. Hayman has been running between { Anthony Bros, (J\'erall .....: 6.00 raphy, etc. At the lianainoelUter small worni.I I
section. Mr. Uusch is accompaniedhere and :M. B. Lyman as sureties. .
Ifonnad Jacksonville and Miami( ai .a I Harris 41: Epps mdse r county 6.10 various fancy articles are for sale, A portion of the same cublmge was
: by Mr. C. a member of Chas. E. DaviasPwHba OUvrrt, kCrba(
clerk for some time and haf Henry Fuller salary lIunds 33'1"1 1t"1 ft the "Rf"lm..nlco r n" rni ..>>- -. .
Mr. Oscar postal I: tn : t. :> rn-rV! : ;d It kill*
-a Co and
the Seewald Busch, Brewing represent'lng. ,I Joseph Zapf many friends here, who will regret( Geo. L. McDonald, as county surveyor -I R. B. Potter tnd ", 43.iN.Mlllert lain ikunv>> in..rh"'..:">. dainlit.s .11 thai :.t4 t i' 'I 1 h. tart ,-r* nf the ear _

fr'f! the Busch|I. C.o.IWltb to learn of his condition, and wh : ( in the sum of 1000.00 with : Co., Goods f Ibnh Altogether Ihf affair! is ih> IMIS tire K.-r, .- It rribla. .Ir, f>d and

Florida agent Jacksonville.! The wish for his speedy and complete r Chas. E. Davis, A. C. Richards and W.I I I T. J. Hardee overpaid fund 2 :1' elaborate .-v'-r Rtt-mp''-
headquarters in covery. ,N., Woods. sureties. W. H. Jenkins, care poor house 2toi' j I City Health Officer's Report .1.n'
gentlemen may probably remain ;here 1 1; : I
returning North.( ;: R. J. Chlllln? worth justice of the C A Craves, painting b Kveral days before ,
Fancy work and pretty dressed doll ; peace, fifth < (strict, with Wm. W. Reel Cross Pbarmat'y bogs': for Honor the Mavur and the Ii,11\. Ruardnf NOTICE OF ANNUAL ri ETING.

City Clerk M| R. Kellum returned at the First M. E. Church bazaar Deeember ,.. Blackmer and, Warren W. Blackmeras prisoners . . .. 2735 Aldermen i>f the ('it. uf Key WM I

last night fromfpnnta! Ram, on the 15 and 16. sureties I Tropical Sun. reld.lrat. notice lUll"H. (n'nllt'm"I'rhl... report! IK from No I Iv..I"I..r The annual meeting el t the" stnck-

Vest Coast; he he went to Inspect i R. C. Tasker,! justice of the ;>,ease of It W. n. Drew pen l.ell, :3 to November 21. IMII'H inrlnitivo. holders of the Fi.it ikilla National

frthe Hushes Coating hotel with a view The duet "Prayer of the Wanderer**,'the second district with H. P. Hardin F. K C. Hotel Co.. ghts for Heavy tans and S!...., IH-R have Hank will W! hell I at li. ssl-ein! tko

towing It to tjils port but as prevl- will be sung by Miss Kolb and )Mr.; [and Chas. R. C'arlln' as sureties.W. court house Novf'm r. . B.Su mill\ retarded! work In all department; City of Miami county nt Dade aa.t

otisly announced In the Metropolis, he Holdsworth at the Presbyterian. J. Cautlet}. notay public state at F. K C. Hotel Co. lISh a for jail yet notwithstanding increaw work' Stat of Korida. on the tenth: day tit

foand'the hull such condition that Church at morning service tomorrow 5 large, with J. H. Cheatham and P. I'l, November . ... . . ]1:1": : has hen 8rnpUth..t. The strwtdepart January 1 wi.r>. at ::3.) oMic. In tk _

lie decided not o make the attempt 11 o'clock. The pastor will preach on'. lendorf as sure es. James T. Sanders war October <>nt has done gosh and 'ftVitit afternoon or the clM-tlon' cf director

to tow it arqlln :bl'nfor the present, "ChI iltlan Enthusiasm." Sunday! D. 8. Jones and November . . L6.tCIL : : : work along Front tret, an.l' lower for the emtfing year, and fr the traas-
notary public Mate at
9:45 ml No service. S. WlllIOn, repairing alot box ..75Marahall end. of Duval Smi'mtim.I Klixa-
at least Mr. Ke um was accompanied school a. evening ; : settee of such oher l>u"in (Urge with E. Jones and F. S.
home b1 iir. E. It Hughes his brother.bI.1&w midweek service Wednesday 730 p Morse as sureties.Morgan II' Bruce Co. waranta 110 25 beth street I have gate ..y." Iwwertownstrvets properly' triune before the intv'.lng.

01 SL 4mes: CltY.i'1I' 0 willnuke m. ; J. W. Watson mol1M' f Co. . 15.M disinfecting and ( leaningout (;'-0. R. Coioph.Secretary.., ,t

his future here. T. N. Gantle tax collector in the I Miami Prlnlng Co.. stationery H.II0 gutters. The streets should |"M> I .

ridence The meeting of the new volunteer sum of 13,500.00, with J. R. Anthony I The ideal curtain goo.r8} . 4ikt I' rated', (if no wore can be don. n! urn -- -

At a meeting ;the (Ire organization last night at the city I J., G. G. Strohm, C. G. ChUllngworth! Biscayne Lumber A S I Co one or two blocks be dontt, com- soiiaJ mepwctioo I service has occupied

Club in Cocoanui Grove, December 8, hall was enthnslactlc and productiveof A. P. Anthony. Max' SrVin W. M. Bur lumber .: . . r . USlIoltC'h'II.Da'amara I II..t'ncl ; at the lower. end of Front 15 days, leas Sundays, one day of very

It was decided tds give a'dancing partyevery much work In the furtherance of the dine. W. H. SPIt.7.I' (>r. E. C. Roml i. The><< 111111' Co.. then aftervarils paving lower heavy rain,! making 10 days, at )leas 3 .

Friday evt1 ing at or near every organization which now numbers ,. Townley. H. ,iThonipson Whaler P nallrete . .: ...... .65//I ends of Elizabeth, Simonton and DuI hours per (lay -45 hours. I 'rlsh to

full 'moon durinolsbt the season Rt from I'I above fifty members, and which It Is ''1'llendorff, J. KJ Ltinimus. R. J. Mathrs I \\'. M. Jlllrln. mse C'r county 4.50 streets, rwommpBd! haH roadbeds state here that much overtime Is of'**

to twelve 'dock p. m..-whh the proposed to make into a social andprobahiy } Lester Grnn Rer. Glen C. FriswII.n8 H ,1"NI.'r. two JlIlp' s ; 1200.I I of larrre hard rock and sand, cov1 employed without( being counsel.Krtipxrt'ij !.

usual admlttan : fee of f.f'y" c<>nts I a political\ body. None but Elwln Neli{01 8S snrHIes.the \ I '..\', Kitehlnss!' gusts for Hoffman 800 :I: bv iimrr-tp and asphalt In blocks lly flub'nlll..l.J. l.

i The Brst! wJI; 1>. pivt-n'1 IVcomber, :2ft! those of the best Character and Intention C. II. Uanlprfon. county treasurer 0 h.Mvers.ioetrle! : eunpll.n, 77Ct "Tils, with Diilkhca-Is! or sa wall amini"of W. V R I 1'1 11'11 m..r.

t which those II i ling!' the CHb's sea- i ilion nro taken Into membership, andl i p! Mini of |::.Jon obi. with Wm. M '" ?: Ili-air A "u. f.tl err I 25 ,, uric' th'o ::",I'M. would 'omedyb City H-Jilth O.H\,-,.r.i .

tleke...." a 11be\ a Jml\'...l n1 all\ ex en though not recognized I by the"';'9'0"-"i. .las Jar ;son. Jr. Ss*nn.1 Tiler ',d' -, I ,.." /: "",: : .....1\\ ('.,. ,, h-e rll'lc!! rond.i1':, and OIa:.. g'Ntd l ('JIIt.It; port f."'c..1 i user List regular

alding sudIi '\'IS tdtav' apply to oitv authorities as an organized holy, Ahas., : H. Watsienry m, Frank T. Hu-!ee: and I Ilwir" . iirs, ..r...''" Ian piakln; .trraromentslor o..IIIIg Ani'innr trash! r('ir>f>r

the custodial, M I II. Shier. ut nay time of firemen, the members inter! to re- E. Tut tic! and R. R McCormick '." "':. I ..r':!" .. If.. r'l :: lit) t-'r:1'1i'J"hllkhp; : : Tif at f.'ot If Front i to to Nov. ?/). Inclusive, 'SRL l'n-ft

prior to the :,'>0, Jat" Music and r-ond; to all alarms. and render "hat- ta sureties. I .- -. v'ree1. The crategir denartinont has I Nov. 3 to It.1, T>0<, prttonnl! "f..T-

fneb t.eats !t rel I I1. lever. service Is In their power i Jennie M. Punish. as notary publ'c t'nntnued on E'lh h rage ) removed: 315 !loads' of garbage My ....'r.I \Islo". 27 dys! at 5 hours, H 1 hourtj ,
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t -meat of what the people wlllny? that I
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they have swept the warehouse of the i j t tI
MIAMI I. METROPOLIS. country Every year'' the demand

..... grows. People want more atgl better I I
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-P.bllsbsd*vrv day .ace S..d.,. things to eat to wear, to ae. ,
> "-- *** The people have the tnone. Interest Make your We are sole agents for
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f them $at they eat of the
them and give '
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't.IJUIIIjTN. APPRECIATED.TJie the Standard Pattens.
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"want and they will! purch one ,
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.3....._ ---- -- This holiday season lathe nqj.'kt>d by1, PRESENT All reduced to'tw and
...t.a a be "_IIN .t ICjMl.. Florid new things that await public i I
eu.cond-cl.s.mater.tta.most..taera TRULY
I: 11.w.pprr.bUsb.a.. They" show a wealth of idea? and hu-'; Twelfth Street Miami, Florida fifteen els. None {higherMONDAY >

,..e .atia land ottb. nmt.4 Hutct tutMl loan ingenuity that should make theatcrage :
do.th.rs r.ll..' uraiiMM .. citizen proud of bli Ja p. I

T.*r by Man.llonUii ......-.........U.M And he*should also be prpji.I I"' of the I I
I&z lloittta....................... IM fact that nowhere on the face of the .I
J ftree :................... 125 earth do the plaid .1
0.o greater share of I ;: ") DECEMBER 12th
than are to be found Jt.'OPjinJo'tol ,
ii Tlefliiml Printing Compuj. our progressive and ; !
nestled so serenely on '
....u.aq stag made known onem BaY'1

I NI"Ie11UO"' STATE EWS.jj i I .If *l", Is almost not many days left to do your shopping. We are pre-

'&liPaoptq 11-ZR. Mr. Francis Pacetti, of kenrille, shoe
4tt a.4 414 Twmlftk tnI&. by a Record reporter thin, Ing to
oisuOout Bo.-. whom'he leave an .... irj.a "' of "
? 'f.'f1f present. We guarantee a saving on article bou flit from Now
.. his and hta aon'a experlebanting. bear <&;&; any us.
OtcMnbM10, 1M4. I .
Saturday They were .ue.aful In
-- landing a two-yearblack b4 yesterday is |he time to buy; here you will\ find many novelties, anything necessary for womens wear.

"A eYork woman applied for a at about daylight aDd|>he| prize ,n
[ :ground that her bur was brought to baa home an {rklnned.
: band Iattghe4 too much" How about The flesh waa very leader Kird j much .
her being mclua fanny proposltlon'Hereafter relished. Mr. Pacotti said li it he had LeatherGoods Christmas Handkerchiefs: Umbrellas

I from ttoe to tIme, missed me |of his I l
that and that of the swine had
when man assorts hogs aome
have a choice new lot of wrist Ve are headquarters for Christmas received
woman tax no financial ability woman been coming to his farm Worn' their Wcj Just a beautiful line of umbrellas -
I will answer by pointing to Mrs. Chad. usual range for protectlonAand that bags in stylish shapes black or tan. ,landkerchiefs. A dainty and swell for the Christmas trade. All
wick. they bore mark of ''atack3lha't,' hadbeen Also a large line of purses and >ne from ten cents up to handsome and beautiful in their make

t I II I made on them by whjpt he supposed pocket books. AT ALL PRICES ach . . . . .$2.50 uFo All prices.
The President<<; will probably visit the to be bear. So heSnl sons, I I
South next apring. If he comes he will started on a bunt and klllrjl a good,
be courteously received and treated by specimen of the bruin fajnllir.-St.,
+ thoee who do not Indorse his political Augustine Record. & A Beautiful Line
tlena. &, ? 1 of Holiday: I Millinery
Ii While driving his ennin ||it i rate!I
of forty mile an hour, wltVJhis: hand I
The tar between the Guatemalanant ;
and the It Lull"II) and'th Asiatic on the throttle. Engineer M C.i W'11Ct'.1 Visit; This Department
lady bug and the San I Jot tale ap-- of the Atlantic Coast Line, f n forward': i 1-
his cab Willlston affternoon 1r
In near t
Monday
'peara In the nature tlf a drawn!
) and died almo tijn'|: ,
battle. ,
r t1 There was of course no wlMiess save [ BELTS Free Free Free Free Pillow '
If U8ineBO men lI'11IlIooe thai the the colored fireman of the jfaln, "who TopsBeautiful
related that death alnfOxt instantaneous -
was
aidewalka in front of heir plari-n are The
Doll
"kept clean they will confer a blessingon : Engineer Wise 1&# pulling ,argest in Town line
Train Xiftf.(;'. southbound
what Is known an -
tmae nboppera. If .:hey "will '
d. not keel them clean they should) be from High Springs t Lakeland The 1 largest of handsome!
on the West Coast railroad U Is said l
made to do ao by the police. rtgre
._ by his friends that bIB heat was apparently neof the very mil be 101'.11 'ait free December 2 i lit. Christmas portraits, Pillow ,-

During the last Bscal) year the Government perfect when he warded his f t'rt'1 Jf'e gill //ire yon a ticket with ectry Tops. A
i revenue from Distilled and engine cm It aoutward tiW'ut High
latest belts in purchase!nmountlny 10 2.t cents from now on until
l7L 7 .Zi4. On Springs hence the news oJWJnls death
i fermented. liquor was f ,,, useful J handsome
,agars and cigarettes It was was a Knocking surprise toTthem. The II. t the eceni/ty of the dTflU' /lg. This doll has real hair, -

{ $44,655.48. The total, constitutes remains were taken to St..jpeteraburg. the, city.. ........ the lH>.vllJ/ffJlIf body, adjustable limbs; 28 inches high present.
more than nine-tenths of the total Internal where the interment will e heol rlrenue of |23!. 04,00l.That I. Gainesville Sun. $$ 1 \
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well-aprlng of Democracy (?). ABOUT- PEOPLE 1I I Ladies Walking Suits to be sold regardless of cost or former prices. All our 35.00: suits for 17.50.

tw the Hon"; William Randolph HearKt. One of the moat extreme tari."ns, Our 25.00 suits for 15.00; our 20.00} suits for 12.50; our 15.00 suits for 10.00. I These suits are
from which a few cheap edlt-n-x draw' perfect in style and make. Materials cheviot Venetian
U the well-known Russia V sculptor serge and br adcloth.
their Inspiration. U the subject of acathingi
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I Prince Troubetzkol, who 41ceci meat
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.- Daily Ne",., n Tammany orgaj. Hearst and eaters milk with also.cannlhal He Shoos" egg!'I Dress Goods I Dress Goods Dress Goods
!Die
i ,who cheapest of cheap demagOKnea. i '. '

)I' denounced aa a traitor to. John I. Griffiths, to 'II'bo I care he I All our 75c wool dress goods in- All our 35 cents worsteds: 40 inches An our all tool tricot FlawleI 36.clt'4ing .

.Democracy" friendship and his hypocritical for' the "commonpeople" pretensions late PreMdent Hanson left-"-- II prh'ale.pallen. all colors, 3S inches wide, +-itlc. All the new and leading inches wide All the Ili-w shades
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pf ban discovered an r I the latter Cashmeres. and shales \t this sale.
serges ; Worth 40C a ard ourspeca,1}
ridiculed. But the cheap editors J: hen50G 20c )
s. "wlU doubtless continue to look eral's an adniinlMtrallon.intimate history writ\!stet stbe I'y Gpo'him.t riettas. Monday a yard. . yard . . . . price Monday'I a yard . . 25
upon hits as a Democrat of Democrat.
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a pas-ago!: of virtue. Birds of a feather I Our entire stock of ladies l and chip 1 rt'n'l'I' coat and jackets will be marked down this' .xaX- : This is the
will '
"1 ()e1fltogelhl'r.1; oooooooooc 3 1'ROIIPTNR.I :01' YS, 1 : most complete line south of Jacksonville; we have the short coats, 3-4 coats-J.ouis( XIV !

I. E r IDENCE 'OF PROSPERITY. .I v AND CAREFUL ATJKNT- I style. UKO I the popular cravenette rain coats '
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Loa TO THE WAX** OKI t tOUR

.l( .praperit What Netter; and evidence stability ''of la! a there town of than the I 8OMK CUSTOM'OP THK KR: f IJRE8 ARK I I Ladies' and Musses' Sweaters I Ladies' Wool Waists Chftiren's DressesWe

r Ita atore4. and btulaeaa'ha a? Have. OF OUK ntlsltcTCSs I I ur
'i' you erer'!hooKht of thin I fact? A town J! have a'very large stock of these iso ladies: woolen waists made of We have just received a hig lineofuseful

with little shack atorea. cheap, small The FlrstlNatOf sweaters in all colors and styles l best I French Flannel, latest styles children's wool sailor suits and to ad-
V 'and 'm-ktpt. stocks most necessarilybe Just|! the thing for these cool mornnd shades worth 3 dollars and J.So.'ertise them we will offer them Mon.
a.lowP!j'and dead tows. There la ao fl t.i; ings. All will be; sold Monday atgreatly Our sale price Monday clay at bargaiiprices regardless of
this than S I 198
I disputing there Is In j contending fact any against more the fact iTHE reduced prices. each t ... . . : . co t,. Be surF and see them.! I

I'.. that large substantial well .rtorkexlMore
''k'r. indicate and show I that a place MIST IE$ ; 50 pair nf white !half wool 10-4 blankets, pink, blue or red borders, worth

T if Is.And energetic nowhere and Is thriving.this latter furl dem-,' )(Ms1GT.,i Blanket, Sale regular 3.00 a pair, Monday a pair. . . . . . . . . . .t$1 1,98 :

t oD. :'.t4 more clearly' than In the z Our; 11-4 blanket of the same kind, worth 3.">0 a pair Monday] a pair. . . . . .. '. .248
i, Blares -oljj1 i Miami.
The shbw windows are ablaze: "with .
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n>lor. Silks. jewels new m-ea\e and Lace Curtains i I' Picture Sale Kid( Gloves
f I".lestu.rea.' cut glam, paintln. marvelous -
'pottery, sitter and gold ..lft-ctll.I I Lace and Swiss curtains a few pair Spa steel 1 onjjnuinjjs of various plcAll the new s lades in kid gloves the
are seenlln;: lavish confusion. Tbou- I of odds and ends not more than .; tures from life mahogany finished popular XX make.11 sires sell

I "o been invested. The utilities 1 purof I! a kind, worth si I I. and f.Qp ftamc., with ;ylas.: worth i I. ;511 48G regular forprice I no. our sale

are them. The things that peopleniUKt )0XOI.1 1.50'a' pair, to close, paIr.. . Our priie .is lop.gns; they List a |lie . . . 73c
11... hat are to be found .In almost 1 .
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r endless profusion and more thousands
K have beets expended In'novel'leu that' I Ir"llr: conlfnrtsttur l entire )line i of coluiott'' i includini; f-tton down or wool to be :Mild Monday at 20 percent

J 1 appeal tJ oho eye aud ear and comfort I I' off each dollar. This J is .j liber.il offer.: All our comforts are made with the nt'w'pro-
until un4marvelevtt the businesH dar I
ing of these men of the HUM-CM .who UNSURI ED{ wocoum IONS II I cess. All eottmi used goes through the IIt'W antiseptic: and :sunirary p I(Ices.I .
l have so f much. faith in their _'Judz- RED CROSS.PHARMACY. -
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_o l ijicces of outing flannel 1 and ll.in-

Come and See UiOpposite nell'' 'tts.; beautiful designs;: and colon Our 350:; and 4oc quality of ladies

I Sells regular 15 and) I iSc. J Just the II. our i 1C silkoleans. victors and Hosiery botl plain and lace. All I

ti the Postofrice. thin;; fIr kimonas. house! s.u-'|ties s :rims. will 1 Insold Monday at a full regular made and absolutely.

arij'\ual'l'crs. sale price 12't' >Lartl 'ioc I fast colors :This sale jl

OUR TOCK.IS a yard . . . . . . . . . . pair . .j.{ . . 25c

L ittf Hard re I I

.3 SjA S H NEW AND an t. SKIRTS SKIRTS

rfoORSPOINTS COMPLETEPrices FarmrsImplernSnlt, B. Douglas

I ico kirts in strictly i all wool materials .

are Low |fall perfectly tailon d. all I shades,

and ;ii lit ;.:-uar,lIltc'd, \\ortl] I

(J. W. WATSO:? .;;.011,: and ii.oo. your choices 3 98 Twelfth Street'as' '

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BROOMS, with, solid AIR BRUSHES, In magnificent LMOND, DISHES, in beau in Solid Silver MBLCM PINS and Watch 1 $. We KM to UW {

.[Handlet. are the designs a ..special.... se.Icction tiful'I Moral' patterns, with- ..An appropriate Charm for all secret or- our ortmint et
WHISK latest fad. -We have H for Holiday Presents A out doubt the preiiest assortment LOCKETS. I j Present, and E dire .In plain. solid gold" RlNl"" Would yew like to
ever exhibited in
3' why Com and ....
...... assortment,, from "nlllf1l1ln price froni t only cost a tri and set with diamonds,
-to0.. $3.00 to 1000. MI'set.' I, $.00 each" or $18.00a 11.00 up. $100 to 1500.00. have them from. $t.*
I to $79040.Palm .

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West Palm Beach. fla., December 9. a much more enduring 1I"lel1of 'cotu. GOINGTOIILD. I '
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-II' J. L. Grier|city clerk hag re- dull. Terra cotta could not have been 1 Estate
lamed from Miami, to which place he safely used, as the ponderous roller I e
went by mandattsdof, the ,council, to would almost': certainly have crushed I
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uuike accurate copjes,of the State and It, and the use of wood would! have! I
county and city assessment rolls to be entailed the necessity of frequent reI I .
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used In connection with the effort the pairs. The use pf Iron piping If bought I {. ;
council far making: |j'bring order out by the city, would have Involved an I .' v
If w, we would like to !t.-
of chaos jn the matter of the:city **- expenditure of close on to 11,000. A I __ a Money
_ment, with the view to locate the vote of thanks U due the water orkscompany. terest yon fit I using the fs MakingInvestment .

blame for the omissions, excesses and A '
Irregularities that') exist and, \If possible The young people had a ;il< ant Lime Stone
to find a mode of escape from the dance at Zapf hall last night cbUn-, Miami of Certain Profit
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dilemma In whlchJElhe[ city flnds Itself ulng their pastimes well up .Jnt j theweeema' "
Mr. the for The, walls :of a building I
placed. Griefthas, papers hours. :
met constructed;: of his stoat If f
which he wait sent"' having with Six carloads of rock for streei [paving II
personal and official courteej from the arrived this morning, and have I areFireProof, I
county omcera with whom he came In been conveniently placed for ui iload- I ,
contact and all possible facilities for Ing and removal to -the place here '
Ue accomplishment of Us mission, needed.Mr. \,

were furnished. | H. L Hilller has open tl. in' ro
The council adjourned' Tuesdayvenlng connection with his poular cold rink I and practically everlasting I

last nntlt.' tonight, and will, establishment and tobacco and cigar J After once ,-p there. BO .
doubtless, resume l-onalderatlon of the emporium a lunch counter and r tau 1.1 expense of repairing or
fax question and|will be materially rank with ""1I1lam," known fa and painting. The first cost to *

sided la the discussion\ by the correct wide, as chef. The menu atthe, Hll-\ bat little more than wood We have some bargains that will .: .
copies of the rolls which Mr. Grier Her resturant II always appetizing while thePorminout '

aa procured. |t'It and Its preparation Is "secondua ar- please you Houses, rooms and
will be remembere&.Oha: at the tem." The Hah\ chowder set before the Cost ,. 't .

seeting Tuesday fnlght ate board of guests today was superb, and I Is a ,, I apartments, furnished or unfam 1.
bond trustee eoura not be completed fact known of all patrons of the house, ;' *
because of the absence from the city I that both taste and selection and I skill considering Uach repalrtnf repairing Ishedwe will save money for '.. J
.ft)(. George Zapf. ooe of the mem- la preparation characterize the bill of to teas than.
fcers-etoct. H wai expected that by fare of this popular resort. I wood. The, appearance to you we will make money for you. 1
tonight Mr. kilt would have returned' While not heralded, so far ai the Back superior to otter

tfcto expectation If likely to be writer knows, as a special edition, the materials fir the Special Commissions a ,SpecialtyEntire ...
Plated, a. It to Understood that Mr. Issue of the Metropolis of yestjerday, .
,i laps can aot set ben" (a time forM regarded by Its readers here, and all Architectural: PossibUtles ireUnlimited. charge taken of ESTATES t
avietlng tonight as he come by way persons to whom copies were given, 6'f:
.f the canal Ia hi* yachu. his DOt as not only a triumph In the prater'sart .
apprehended, thoash.. that serious Inconvenience but as a comprehensive! exhibit I
or delay la the dispatch of what can be accomplished forllIoIt We saw the stoat to .any J
411 public business[will revolt from his and for the community It represents, size. We hare tamed .
aon-arrlval la Umjla by a live up4o4ate newspaper] The columns and placed.w-

the process of grading Engineer f dominance the Dally Metropolis has at- tugs a .1
tained in the twelve months of Jts existence I
Sheen la tearing gp] things considerably Broken atone far fribbleWalls
on Clematis avenue. Among other clearly shows that the people I -
crashed rock forSidewalks
radical change! Is the removal of know a good thing when they see It, I j;I
an? A ... I
the rubber trees {hat have stood fora and are ever ready to give It liberal 1 1I
long time on Ither side of the and generous support Under the present Lime always oa hand ...

avenue. Some objection to this was able management the prestige of I : I J
made by a few ot the, property owners the Metropolis will be maintained. I I I
but It Is probable that acquiescence r /

In the step will be-; eneraL If allowedto Miss Violet Harris of this city, has Offer-- 'MqAlllster-BElck" i
uniform and continuous
remain a been tendered the position of sponsor ,
system of gnttersfwould not be possible for the Florida division at the fifteenth I
and, as the city authorities have Suite 2. No 320 One-Half 12th Street
annual reunion of the United Miami Florida
authorized the removal of the trees It .
la not probable teat, the objectionswill Confederate Veterans to beheld at I CronkhiteQuarry 1 I ,

amount to rel lltance. Louisville, Kentucky In the month of
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It the of the city to11M June, 1905. Miss Annie F.,Cooper, of The real !
was Intention 1 Mollie Gtyltlaa, tropic climate, where you will lied summer weather la winter time
wooden conduits for the storm St. Augustine_ has been appointed as I II
water at street intersections ;,I and a one of Miss Harris malds-of-honor. I Co.
of'the-long boxes had been
umber
mald-of-honor has DOOft
The second I 4
constructed. This morning, however
been appointed.-Ocala Banner.D. _
It came to light-;Uirough, Mr. ,Moses
their..representative, that the' waterworks MUll"I I 'rUMUDA. collar American custom. I|The Chicago shocking had taste. Especially is this cultivated taste, but Is so crowded
company would permit the sty Edmund Wane, Eton's famous Journal says of It: "One does not true of the furniture found in the and littered jnp with veneered monstrosities
to use, free of charge, the cltyitaklng; headmaster, will retire at the .ea.! of !-- - :r. ---- -- realize what an excess furniture! the homes of people of moderate swans, that It Is exasperaUegly difficult
them. up.their abandoned 4 six and'eight 'the next Oxford year. His conection In preaching the gospel of the slm- average American home{contains until bought cheap aad precisely the same to narrate. If a third of it hat
.Inch water mains.|Thls liberality will with the college extends over a period I pie life Rev. Wagner advises against he looks around with the Ideals In all of a a hundred thousand houses never been acquired I the household
not only save the city considerable expense I Df forty-four years for the last twenty I the custom of accumulating superflu- bis mind. Much of It is absolutely The result is that the average, ir.terio would be healthier, happier and much
but will result In the use of te has been headmaster. I oua furniture. Tile seem to be a pe-, useless, always ugly, and often la Is not only an eyesore to puroons u i sure comforable"k


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have fitted up a comfortable room especially for customers' use}

a car place where they can meet friends for buslnessxonsultatlon I THURSDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1904. -

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I Loans and ,discounts ......,'n'I'MI
I I Overdrafts ...... ...... .; HOJ
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: U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation \
: '. : .... .... ...... 25,000.00 '
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i \ Dade County bonds ...... 5,0004)8 \
AI, Progressive Bank Banking house .... .... .. 49.71ZM
U.8. Bonds owned $44,415X0 ,
I Due from U. 8. -
I: Tress .... ... 1.2SOOO ;
i I Ii Due from Banks .. 77,231.73 oJ,

Must adapt itself,to the needs of the Public. .Many people have Cash In vault .... 1M2U9 *, -
money on which they would ITke to receive interest and yet have i .3{. 139323.42 .
their'' undo Instantly available In case a better investment offers. 1

Our |avlngs Department meets this want by paying Five per ant' I J 1393J58.12 'I
Interest compounded semiannually and by permitting withdrawals. LIABILITIES. a Tome
to ... made without notice. I j > of the fort Dallas National Benk
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We are' able to offer the last mentioned inducement by reason of a Capital stock .............$100,000.00 I '
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large!reserve kept on all deposits. Surplus and undl"liied profits I I
General Banking Business transacted. Capital, Surplus and Sharon ....... .., .. .... ... 358X35 _
holdeW Liability Circulation.. .. ,..... ,. TS.000.00 I
; WM. M. BROWN
Due other banks... ... 10,000.00 PRESIDENT !
P. A. M'CORMICK, VICE-PRESIDENT
f Deposits 254,777.77 M. W. CURRY. VICE.PRESIDENT'
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$2O ,rF $393,358.12 I l'f

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.A"N.: T" CLAUS.day' qnrh tliut fl'U/ ami fytice since sold anting;i Our sluC". is '

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I 'I j Tourist Turke Buzzard migrations of the most wonderful.happenings night from a vlllit to his grove and'
I It Is easy to Imagine that I other property at Neat Palm
HOLIDAY \ I Beach
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c some day. when the magnate buzzard i
I Miss Hattie Carpenter.Just .
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'i' jr/iix! is the place to come for the inlaysMat I II Houlh of/the; Experimental Sta "eternities Into his hours of time." good old folks In the other tree that ,. I II BICYCLE HOUSE IN MIAMI
the latent and best in Watches. lion before one reaches the entranceto every day aurreltlng himself. every he will entertain her with many I I ,
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hammock there 1 cluster of night talking riotous experiences $&0gNqw
Diamonds Clods Silverware, Out G'asx. the.\\i a Over pictures of the world be used to see elms. .... .... :
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ne trees Their. .branches dark with some boon companion He Is when he began ,I t.
I I1lIIIS1101'rfforl.'t to come to Blscayne
Solid and Plated Jewelry lr.IWft made and crooked II make weird outlines essentially a rake a gambler a spendthrift Bay some : One set new wheel .......... "75I
{( to make unusual' offerings % I twenty years ago. It I I. > Hartford No. 77 Tin ........ us
you a'ains( the background of sky at all -yet a nllMIr. easy to follow' his description of the
I| Hartford No. 80 Tiro ........
for the approaching holiday settson. timed but for the last two wcvks they There is ont old fellow thai roosts last changes No doubt he will tell 175
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Do not fall to call on us. Handsomeejiarariij have indeed looked strange In the by himself upon a lone tree across the her that when they come again their I I TIres ITS
and ,repairing early morning The turkey buzzards road. He is'unusually portly looking i Fifty-cent Pump. ...... .. .... ..ISil.oo
mid match jewelry I very resting places will be gone. Year I
/ bea j Pump. .... .... .. .... 1.75
bate some dawn! again from out the and seems In his exclusiveness to b>' year they will have to farther I I
a specialty. -- I go Brown H. Saddle ............ 1.75
r I lie retches
'! : land of Ice and snow to BM| nd the bonded land owner south to avoid the growing city. What ..
y wlnlE'rlln! the sunshine. Lazily they but one wing al a time most languidly; I wonderful things .'e would hear If 11; ccrwii>9 In Mr line .lfrtli
AYNARD) AND -SONJfarelers pass the days alone the shore of the always holding his I'IIIPOUII'b".d upon they could but tell us what they from the factory..W* elicit the heetepeople
hay where the incoming tide may one side casting bin eyes askant acrosshis know'' to trade with people wh* liveheir
I bring ;'them.. aural and then at night i puffed-out breast. Were hj a man the year round. .e "H
and //iriflit. Mami.Klorllqlloiings' \ they go!:. to this hunch of pines and 'he would\ weara! white test and l a dine, Lost-Hetwren court o'14e and' LOFTON A EINI .
I I __ I i I crowded together along the iitanches, 11I.111 stud \\es.4 a watch chain .,'i h, Lemon t'ity. open fnce gold watch Elmoxement. j> Opposite Postofflte.
I they dream! away the lime Mial 1 theI Ing.lE'n oust' It" waits unlll all the tin screw back anl front, I .
so .: 1 J. I morning! sign hall dried( the .1 low upon l'Olnmon birds are gone before hp'' and, bead fob Finder will be ilberally : i i

their. rj;.:rJfil, ft.alh.MsAM ,leaves his l pore(s. Then with Ill" greatest : I,."a nled of r'llIrn..1| to court house I
t ; It I" bftea after eight' "'d1. Is.for../ dtnity!; he prtid his broad. wings .-''
: they hate Snisli1: jlr"'hiu; their and lloats grar diy along watching tot. I' .
,S: Pharthaq'A J' wltgs 11.1 I1I1c li.i.1 their plans for wee. (hanctrolfasl ,aIL imitation tt- brink forYoii I
the days; 1'1"llsllr.. and it :v ":18)'. It i' nlw' \x read forahl.n Soon
mobile Hatching them. 10 nea..' a I'< he si'''K a grout of hIlZ'ZIIr ..- c l11ple\e ..mall qualities and yften. v<> we ran always have them frHk and I every human being has hi* story,j ration magnatt' he joins them anti is I Chairs for sitting } -
tn. Our cu"t mer-get the! l bt'neht of this and are always satisfiedZatcst with sits heroes and its villains, its in a moment no I the carrion while' Ills ; B dt for sleeping
j |M>etry ;laud .its prose:, its dedication.jes. dazzled hosts IK' away to circle unMtiul That are not pure and fresh ate dear Dressers for drtumg.
e C jancl grin b anal and Its "continued in our next" and around ulmvc him .patiinlb' wait 'it any price. We sell our good at each Bicycles for riding
-, l I -- I so the turhej" buzzard! at whohomel)' im for what (IK It'ft. (prices as to enable us to more theta I Lounges for reposing
: : :I j"otn .intit. : : ; name gentlemen laugh and ladies shud- There is a Ir\\.o of bu//ards th.it stay' before they have a chance to get old. i Desks for writing
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tr ---- ---- der. has a history Of all the tourist together all tli time, father motherand Dishes for eating
at tl e wnla fountai Special) cream and >-lierl>eU Saturday birds he Is the most prosperous Although eldest daughter, we Ix-lievo. They (Hence we always ban I''' Paint for beautifying.Nails .
afternoon* and evening.: We want your patronage and wil I !jhl8 brown coat of fetchers is too. are fat and prosperous Their r for building.
,a1w4yly' endeavor to .ce that you get the heat in our line: i raKged.,, yet It Is "brown" and there home back North, U in the richest part Pure and Fresh' I Stove for cooking
Is a certain style about its appearancethat of the great Middle \\est. and howthey i Table for dining.Mattresses .
Pmael J(>tmt D. lee Dent:RICO t( rsriOffktY. '' i! ,
Attattiotlg seems to suKe: !it that th r>1'1 are ('njo'lblt these glorioi-s sunny I for reclining II
t. prccriptiMi' a \ t E. YOUNGS. :: PROP. ness cauiu with a most glorious high Jays! |! Groceries : : : I Towel for cleaning
I J'! I Ii living I Every bird looks a* if be had Protected by the game law.'. these I Gun for' hunting.
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L- Jived and lived and lived crowding birds, no daub live to a great age. Let Us Prove Tbh 'Statement( !''Tackle for fishing
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Spring gChicke s The Year Around MagnoliaSGrocery- i r Mosnuito Lame Mouldmi Machine fcc"hira for for li?ht framing.sewing.for"l!protectlcn.. (


the Same Goode For Less Money.
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advertises. It seems. absurd'. at first reading!, but r -- -- t. .-.

he isn't ISO foolish : after all. The impression he .

,i wishes to convey |is that he deals only in y|>ung

fowls; -;!Along ,this; line we can say: Our goods are W. M. J

I always, iSpring Chickens. No "old hens"; ere., urd.inej

And that brings me to remark we are showing y; our ,

IS NOW DISPLAYING NICE.LINE' OF HOLIDAY GOODS
I r OUR; NEW SPRING LINE IN !
CONSISTING OF CELLULOID.AND PLUSH ALBUMS. TOILET j

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BOXES. STATUARY, PICTURE.. BOOKS IN GREAT VARI-

Xmas I II I NeckwearFourinhands ETY-ALL THE LATE POPULAR 1[NOVELS SOME OF THE
s STANDARD AUTHORS FOR 75c1 WHICH HERETOFORE

'; .. ;. Bat Wings, Ascots English I SOLD FOR $1.50: CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS SUITABLE

i ; .'> Squares, etc. Prices twenly-f ,'c cents to $2.00.() FOR paYS AND GIRLS. "GEMS OF POETRY" AND "BRIGHT
: THOUGHTS" IN WHITE MORC;O AND GILT SUITABLEFOR
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!riot A COPY. MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE
AND USEFUL'
o. : :\ Christmas Hosieryin
l'---I'I .. ARTICLES. WE PLACE THESE RTICLES FORWARD FOR
XMAS TRADE BUT DON? FORGET THAT OUR TAILOR.
: i all te new.swell: I effects Lisle Threads i
l" ;> 111 rc,:: .MADE SUITS. NICE LAWN AND SILK I SHIRT-WAISTS OR

:" :. ;t :' rized silk and other weaves. Price 25c to 52 aj\ pal r DRESS PATTERNS WILL MAKE ''JUST AS SUITABLE

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' dome in and take a peeppeeppeep; at the new 1905 styles chine would beat them all

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Undertaker and Embalmer y THE UNDERTAKER
I The Real Estate and Rental Agents
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DAILY IIIAIII ,METROPOLIS. Nut ced. flush t bafford' Plant Co.Refrethweuts > < I ( _
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MAIL 8CH0ULK. I t *
-t aul hoiue-uuide candies I
at the First :M. K. Churoii bazaar
Arrir from the North-
j j Differ this heading all 'local advtfj
: 7:00 JV oo'tOmbPr 15 and lt> Dolls From
'I:5p. m"j cements will be Inserted at the Dollyland "
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price cent a word for
those for the North-p!I J. K. Anthony of West Pal'u Beach f "
1:11 I i tech Insertion no advertisement to I,
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down this morning on buslnesn. ,
came
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.Viand|i Is greeting friends and acquaint I. :: !I II ,:j jI r i .

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Saturday. December 10, 1t04. I I I 1
For &.Ie.tll: Second street. ;
: : Pretty Dolls and Comical Dolls .
D.: L. Barton, of F&rt Lauderdale, I Ira .I' The liohtljuuto: tender I\j'. II recs.ship : Laughing bolls '
: delivered by the builder! Soup at Hlnson Hous Tuesj ".
recently ; :
today. j' and Dolls Dolls and
town Cying Talking Sleeping ,
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U is expected in dally on her first 'I Dolls. What kind of doll is there ....
'Ten Italian laborers came in this'11{ port "n"i i I I a we haven't
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,extension morning to below work Cut o |br.the. F.: E. C.'I y:: ', official visit here. Wilson *fancy Flye groceries'a.-. tufts i '4 j jI :4 got? Its the grandest Christmas Doll aggregation. "

i The annual meetiui of the Fraternal j fine office morns I for rent in the j!: :
Have .
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W, E.- ngl. the known ph Union of America will lx held on Mrropolts, I Iwo 4 I ..' ,

mains lit confined. nhis home will i !, Monday night at the K. of P. H<\ll.! tout! I I' 4 I ...... ... .

Hint. **. '. t.ladies .'a full attendance of niemhci IK dosin.il. rde dy furnl1<'bed rooms for reut ,,:. ,f"

!. The election. ) of.officers (or. the ; E: client 1oc Address' W. S.. :
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.: : of thjat pitxolal 'Ch*y !: ensuing year will lake ph cl'. I ca e ,Metropolis. ; I_

j Little River are Ireparing to !f! ,0 I ,. tpr Stew-At--=HIDr'n-r -house unday

_a bazaar on the 17tb for the ben@hhthelr } The Cape Florida beacon .thawing I I Silver and Cut Glass
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/ church fund : 'I ''a nil light uhirh was washeI away! : ': Indel numb) r of. aelet': gI1rR1RiLai '

--- I by the storm last fall has 'ta-t'n replaced -i I I M tntcttaned! 'j at ('nfe .:U't' :. :3i'I )
Mr. H. M. FlaglerS with his ace l by the Government and. again 81.Ihlr(>f'I. "t''

turned generosity ha| subscribed $1 M' J marks navigable; waters around this j I I I.I I.

towards the buildlugjfund of the Rp troublesome place. i house bnd I rooms for light.1nrnished I : r

copal Church at U "| River.H. : -- : ho1"rekeePlng, apply C38 Twelfth I Ist

Trinity Chuich, corner Avenue 131|I. {. i .I YOU SHOULD COME() HERE FOR YOUR HOLIDAY PRESf NTS.
Kepperl-ey r f
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and loth street. Sunday school at lo ----
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sees man of Hallandale. In amot ;. i o'clock sharp. Morning prayer with, lnleaperl.! 'nced gin launch 1Ilu.'tr I BECAUSE OUR ASSORTMENT GAN HELP YOU TO'I DECIDE -

those In the clty'tjidajr transact t. i sermon at 11 o'clock. K\ening prayer I want lstsltinn. Address J. F J.. care!I '
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business and greeting- friend and address at ..:30 p. m. Subjectmorning's IJtl"\llfllh.. f I j
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"Ministers ol
Booker wife prominei i i ieople sermon: ,
Ben C. an{ ;
{Christ" Subject of evening's address:: If you desire to tell 0 rent jour i
of ZIOD"U1e.l\d are among tl <' j "He That Hath Ears to Hear." N. U. property( list It with Hill & Gamier I "
recent who wl!! Fuller Rector. Ii! estate and rental agents Hauler BURDINE & QUARTERMAN
sometime here. !
probably spend
.a7 building j Miss j''I .,, _
Captain W. H. McIntyre, who went' -""'=
Mrs. C. i. Watson, ha + -i t to I
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: down to the lower bay yesterday tn j The Homeseeker: We have acute I .
oDe> on a business I nd pleasure i iler take soundltps> to determine whetheror I Ih ngof;; KxTlal| Interest fur "'1-1. Callj2li ,................................................................I II ..............
to Cincinnati and Qt Western. at ii I II Viking I I II
not the yacht : can e-i'.er: thin at Avenue II, p'Irlh, .
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.Northern cities. I I port, reports that the best water he Carroll &'Anu.son. I -

could get.was a little over eleven feel .
Mrs. L. F. Knight t expected to a six inches. As the Viking IK said to For: Rent.-For arson our r.-'ail fish''I

"r "e Monday morning from Savanna draw 11 fart, six inches ll Is doubtfulIf 4) hulispi! font of A\'enlle; D, 'ready for I I 1
to spend the! winter With her d.iugbte her ,< the ainrsx. all ,
the attempt 10 brintt; n to ji Apply once Miami Fish
hits H. O, Houston |ji Eighth street 'Co1.I I I
will be.made. -
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The-Ladles Home Journal booth ca i Messrs. Pierce t Hareiie, the well i I For' ,i Sale.' -One good' hon rod wage .,

I be! seen In all its beauty at the FlIlt known sign end house painters, will" i jog at| $150.00 at Mr." Shlsppv: near' Toys and

U. E. Church bazaar. Vceraber :IS and as soon as It shall have been completed north, end' of Avenue C.J :

1C. move their: business from Avenue dt J' D. .:. Hianlon.t : :, .
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C to one of tbe new storeroomsn j '

._ Be rare and go loBurfiine Qua the Sturtevant block! on Avenue D, Borne rare bargains-Hill A: Gautier.I' 1i ., ,

tennan'a and see their magnlflcettj i, between Thirteenth,and Fourteenth I real estate and rental agents. Ranter I !I

j display of dolls They|!have a veritable streets, where they will enlarge their tmlldlnc. ;I.\ tl '
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don,-aad. there with:! dollies ot evekind shop and facilities for turning out the I son

| and price.Beginning best of work In their line. ,I For'' Sale.-Auxiliary, sloop .'Swan-: -I

fine model; well appointed; 35 feet!I Goods
the lth lolL tbe F. Holiday
on Messrs. Hood t: Isaacs, com:actors long, light draft. laqulre Miami FishCo.
1 will two train iI "I :
C. Ry run passenger I for the contraction of the w.11s'uf !i'
I ne each way between here and Cu I
the new Halcyon Hall Hotel are raising I ,
r-colng down In he mo"mlDg an : i i
their big derrick from the secondto |For|1&.1.-2 1.% h. p. Lathrop gas
In the afte tioon. The eonpuny.will '
lurnlng
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the third door today preparatory, I engine complete with propeller. shaft
[ also run one freight .j laying the wall" of that story. As the tank Magneto etc! Sever been usetL,
\JetwH-a these during the I '
.polnti WII I stories, progress the more rapid will Miami, Fish CZty I I'q II .
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the stone Is lighter,: and more eiiHlIyhandled. .
For Sale.-C'nfting; launch "Mari-
Tomorrow at w1)) Fltist & J I ,! ''I | .
Church the pastor reach at bo] !. ofa." AH convenlcntes: forty two feet I
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The "ltaln' schedule has practically hour. IniuiiVMJami Fish Co., foot
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Brought w er at the llo. -"I probably arrive on time, though; last l'll, Ins J AT SMITHS ,,
nisht'i train was two hours late and' For Sale.-A sailboat racer;
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lat'on! f Jeaiw-Chflsl and ",
this morning's one hour and r..rty-ft\'e will be sold under guarantee to be in
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minutes behind schedule time The perfect condition. A bargain for any

train urrliim; last night was, the first oue wishing to liuyl' Apply Jo P. C. .
thc- rirxt 1lethod:' I
ladiesof
The_ to cross the trestle since repairs after Clark at fish house. 2t
Church are prcparln to hold a baUI- I STORE '
the recent accident near TRusville BOOK
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; We hate secured the "or the
The mail car was still Iyin4: in the j a/rem-j
month for the b. of tbe.ch'in I Ifond. I i ,
ilver in about three feet of water yesterrtay. ', Columbia Bar-Lock'j t-pewrlter-the
The bazaar I IclbCS t.i he .odof
[ I most covpiete
and up to date machinemanufactured
I the best ever.n"j in Miami aspublic < 1 I II ,,"
[ are t',) atie.i j an I ::ha\e one on exii Next Door to E. B. Dou9g lash
Mr.I J. 1-:. li'sralMHi, third \.i'.I'reMI.j I hit Ion in our.om

I! dent of the F. E. C. R)'.. and in charge: i 4. > Hill & Oautler.RHUlerson I

Th r k 0 S'. S. .,'will, thirdbuild of the land department! ) of that eomt.any I building.OOObO :GkTHi hi I lIII

'a. fo! ("f1' aroan that portion otfa accompanied( l by Lieutenant-Col :. i
tgrm1Lal dots \\ cre the shills utha onel! J. B. Quinn !T. S. A. with headquarters I I :

in Sa anndh. down this
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Land f the PWllflse oal
cDmpans
:s tic CU:1tom nn' illlmigralln isspectore morning for the pi>rMis<* of inspecting fifty Thousand Dollars NOTICE.A I "

and the r resenUUives o the Government work and other itnIiroxonieius Zf.; -:' <\\ItRhl\G I CAPITAL I jI &

the line In pursuing helrJwork: ; wit : sow 1'lnl1; .1111111<> by the i Ol' 1 DOANE RAULERSON
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out the interference r crowding In 0 I Oovcrnnifnt rnd F. E. C. Ry C-ompnny The First National Bank special meeting of the atorkbold
ullinCf Ih're. In II'Mcaynt Hay They; iiiii'f-diatQl KALKR 1 : ,: IN
those who have no ->rs of the Tropical Home Improver '
; I went aboard Mr. In;raham's private 1 Of Miami : Company: of Miami "l(',rl
A special mUf'lcai gram his I..." ; jacht Enterprise.! Captain Ed Craham.commandinc. ,, AXIIIT-I : .1s4i'-: :. .\141<1'- : ..rchy railed fur Wpilnradiiy.' Llecem.ir I Choice meats. LiveI I Hoi: MC&... Choicest P..ultry.l'' '
nged for .oraor ty Prof. !: i and proceeded arrsr: r.AlTI.Ntnr:!R 'rlml:!: ,I il.! 1301.: at the oSco ol J the com i I P.illtottcnti- n I i iSuccc..or. ii I

HalL director oft liaptist cnn; : ,1 the bay to where the work Is in piirresH. (> JlI NIRllb .TIlorSAXI) ;' pany in :'>Miami Florida, fo: the put' und dressed poultry I F \ ll T K: \ \11:0.: :. T i

-/roonR the speciali umbers -vili !, They will probably I'f'tJrn IOLLAKS, INSrKETMDK-: : : arse of voting on the pro 031110n toincrease i
i a solo at the mornn: serrice iy .1 i iR north tonight.,: 1'osl7'ttRs, AISSiiLI'TK : the capital stock 100,000
said to posses 'I 1>R(>TIXT1 10\'. LIHKRALACCOMMOHATIOXS .
IX Max.ell1.\ '
and other business to comenetting. tf the > | fr. If H'R\ftF.rvi
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slnt' THe BEST yACILiTws.' : I (.ornee Uth St. unJ A\e. D .e..4aratsibaat
I lag hour the male qjnrtelte will ; or week. Inquire of McDonald' Bi j

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I ;HERE AND ELSEWHERE He That Was 'Sui Cut I I FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUS!'. Director i Dade County Title' Insuranceand

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ray the nraabu4 my guai; l-ople. and as a result courses In Plane, Voice, Violin, and Expression.- ofM
II Trust Co. Miami.
8 Irs. N I. h.'CJ.I"IIJ.h Is ritaJ vrrrtit I now }\' passes In Language. Harmony History of Music, Sight Singing Etc. Fla.
Modern.Method.I Send for
Reasonable rates. Catalogue.
home 1D bald.'lo Towo FOUR MEN T I I IXCORP04.1TEO.'
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FACULTY :

.(v. t II rrill wilt-L n tuhtonfght nr I It" in order to keep ,', .-Franklin Coleman Buh-Stern Conse vatory of Music, Berlin.Cei. ,I Pild Dp CiDlli], $50,0 JO.OO Sarplns $U.OOO.OOInn.
.
lorn'jII" morning ". our orders. ,All many.VOICE.Miu i ... land titles, prepays abs'tratca of titles, loans u4 lamb
Hanna Phoebe Shlppet-Boston. I
I I been ; money on Its own account and for' others. Act .it'
I brought sgsat. attorssT-faV
.. VIOLIN.-Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bush Stern Conservatory of Music Berlin.EXPREISION ;
!\' I*r'I rr ; ; fact, trustee assignee,
'orphan j the satisfaction : AND PHYSICAL CULTURED-MISS LI I la B. Carey., Detroit. ... tueutorr receiver. or guardian.
is Ft nl'ft* himx j : Address all commnnlcatlobs to
> jr j (LANGUAGES-Mist HaUls Carpenter, Columbus, Ohio. 'I '
ft
lows our work.
others" Meeting for Monday after-1. -- --- ---- f f"j 'I .S.. PATTERSON Sec. and Treas.eeeeeeeeeeeeeee at
t.;n at Mrs. DlIJ rd'lI. ttI .. .<................., ..................r. J...<.

H j I- CONTRACTORS AND PROPERTY OWNERS ) -- -- -
f6
Urs.. ,James Prlt hard Is doing veryruxl .
business at her place of business We make Pants ( ----- -If you don't want -to SAVK\I : MOXKV.: : weoan'thelp

liter Fourth sereU and Avenue H.Lrll. measure you. If you do, Come to ,

G. W. O'Nii-1. seems to have avJy I It's Mighty Fine
The J J. A. MCDONALD GO
nice place of business at her new $4.00

l>)ace., Call vn her i} AND BUY YOUR THAT FRUIT CAKE OF OURS

Lr. A. Willis bait begun to erect a Yellow '
.. j and a Catchy Long Leaf
oij
s I>)e* cottage on his lot betwetn A vetoes And if you "just dote" dainty and delicious fancy
F and G, on JSecond street as low i 'Pine Franuoal cake we arc sure you will, be interested to learn that
I -- at $16 'per M. our new baker i.. "making(something new" in this line
Remember that the Sons and daughter I for u... W'e think they 5xce1 any cake we have yet seen.
Those who have tried them f me back. Wont them!
of Jacob will|Initiate new mem- $ zz youtry
bef* on Tuesday night next at Barn- Boards same price. We also sellUlne. Brick[4 kinds],

weirs Hall, -1-J Cement. Sash Doors Mouldings, and whatever else a Orders taken Now For Christmas( Cakes(;
:
9We builder requires at'l lowest possible figure.
will {be a big day at < >
y
Jomorrow. E. Church all day. Big Guarantee,our ,.' 4 >

.Frady..: Don't fall U I> help this worthy back,the money yon Yon Knox Where We Are: t Utl( street Miami Fia.ooooooooooooooooxxxooooooc. j

"( .IIt'1 I J. A. WR I aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaacoI 1I 4o JOHN SEYBOLDMiami

Miss lilssie edam, of Jacksonville. <
,came la'yesterdayl! morning to spend Next, -, to First'rlatl' '-' I) ',. < Florida. Twelfth Street
.MM time and U aowjocaied: at Klsiflattie < i -
Many kinds of. Stilt
Lester's jlFoarth street
.
I ------ Magic, '
; are called
..... J. H. Howard. proprietor of the ,I .
rTnvetars. ,. Home")restaurant, has always Drug. t i Stable Manures . . . .
,
doa a splendid busiaem as he 0 II '
.Ilea not*have anything but straight i Dade County Farmes 0 (
;
t \tabes*. The cash: or nothing. J.A. BUTLER I and Truckers \ 0' H.'STILLEY XEATSP' ..... .(.EGGS..

... Oh. bow a beater-ta needed In the .. 'II eaNa oeltttllred __me. _
*cioo) homes of the dty. It Is real Dogs ,Pateat I Sure need, the Best . . . . :. .: .

'isjfd os.the little ones early In the '
'asd atag to not bait any place to be Artkes.Siniries.! ; I Composted ni Well JTorfed

-.. ahtet I -I ui Stationery.Only It can only be had in one way. Address Box 135 Miami j jDellrered Wm. Curjry'sKey Sonst-

There will be held at Ebeneser M. E. ,Druar'Store) In m. w. GrR.A.-rmS: >
j C LAB a Airo ran West Florid
>fasrch on tomorrow Love Feast at to any station north of Miami for >$5.66 a too. Any station
;SL at 3 m.. and at HEADQUARTERS FOR
11 m" preaching p.
f | south of Miami. ".00 a ton..
.
1 aIgt J All are Invited to attend these BuildiiigMaterials

re rllees.i r -L 1 t ORA i CALL ON HUGHESI& CO., ShlpxChandlery,

Who Of ,All Kinds
will Ore l\liamijtade.
Tester abis "
tomorrow at Harris Chapel TREES O. B. Stephens, agent for Uttle River.OtktiS ;I II : .'
gun i oooooooooooooooooooo Coal and Ice, Stea..arlae Railways, Machine ShopsFoncesAll
A.(M. E. Zion Church. You can not
afford to miss these servlcei. Rev. a kinds of repairing. Boiler and! Steam, Fitting can be done at the
Hamilton: the pAstor. asks >'our pat. A fine supply of BOAT'I'I hort:..t notice, m the beat Sibli anner by expert skilled mechanic
roDagP.rP I and Grape Fruit _
SourOrangeand _h_____ ----______ ___ ____ --- ---- ___ h_ _
loose (V "
I who arel fortunate to hear I Lemon stocks in
Elder W. C. Vestcr at the A. M. E.: condition for j GEO. H.' M'E'\ERS'
2toh Church Sunday night will hemruni I Write fur our ')
of the best sermons of his life. logue which 'f ; .,. ","f.. Mt\\t1 _, 1*1 '
I j\,,! Contracting Electrlcia
II!
S.|jectAs Moses Lifted up the scriptions and .tt\t( iJI
Serpent In the Wilderness. I ranges and Grape \\ ';: I Ii
also on other Fruit Launch;Supplies
-r-; Shade Tree R i .! _'-7 Batteries
.5 general eipertence meetlLg will *, p' ....- Spark Coils. Etc. \
J eoadac Chnrch Junday! afternoon. Her- houtVJ .
> 10 turnihhed of 4 to 10 roomat $(A II -- -
wire. In fall and Glen St. Mary :
Newman charge
RENT .
.. to$125 each for the Trourh.1 8ea""d. :20 furnished
the public Is toally! Invited to these at dollar to $10 week.
Perrkes' tL G. L Faber rooms Ih'el per PIERCE &BARDIEMOUSE
A rarietT of city residences at from %OO to ,
Splendid Llt 'rat, last night. The Box 7. Cka SL Mary SALE $4000. Vacant loU $151) to $500. Axe:!: '
ben!for several nights. Severn of thebes ii i ) rored farm of of 170 acres near Miami: all)hot class all around propi i .
'felt i i .This,.e will divide up for a settlement 10 families together. W.e
of the were out. They
talents I and grape fruit grove, all kind+} of improved and unim-I PAINTERS
; Wfded to get oat a first-class program &: i Iand.nitable for fruits.truking'aDd farming. All of these at the
r, torNew?. 'ear'l night, making it un Oft illSYl1u : LOWEST TERMS. General' conditions govern price*. I .'
tbe> talents of{the city that can be :
7 I Railroad C. C. Carroll & F. W. Aitiason North of _

3 Mother's Meetl I'K will convene' on Fastest Time and ; to c. C. Carroll. Office 214 Ave D. North near 3rd Street first National Bank Miami, florid*

Hobday 'at Mrs. !Minnie Dillard's ren To .._,_____u___ ___,_ __ _
/its :ce at .':30 p. to., No. 107 Avenue I All Points, North I
l>. Uanr"- new'mempere are anticipated. and IIITTYBROS. F. W. HAHN,

Th|good mothers ire beginning to see I -, .
moPe and more the necessity of st- Through Pullman. and '
tenting this D.let'tlk., sleeping cars daily Architect Builder 1
I I Jacksonville to (Machine Shop t '
Elder S.A. Harris will pr>pch the + I now have in my tjmploy one of the bent
Nashville. Evansville!
draftKman in
the
srrp'. of his life at Bethel on Sunday South and am better
night Subject: i"Opponnnltr.-- Yon St. Louis prepared than ever/ for furnishingplaas
Orleans. and details lor pond buildings: fine cabinet .
tib i have heard this divine knows that and New Gasolene and Kero ine Engine work eta 1 any\ now headiiuarter
t fte ran preach and on this special ocon for turned work. roll ""WiDaDd/ all
*? be will no L disappoint you. Fiust Dining Car Sen Repairing a Specialty work nMiaHy done in a FIRST CLAYSplaning
Cone without fat This Is rally! day South. Elegant free I mill.
at ibis ehnreh, and all members fndmends j
t are expected to do all they .1 GENERAL REPAIR WORK. Send me your order for doors and win-

i rag' In the way of assisting. Rout Florida*of Limited the famous" Be" I SOI SEVENTH STREET. I i MIAMI FLoRIDA.I dow frames, ballusters. ibrackr 1;;., etc.

ft L't forget thai Rer. W. C. Vaster schedule tickets read and via full L. & N. i I -_-_-- -- n:--- ---i-------j and be convinced. I I! -. FIE Mi. FLA

'p P. j. of this district of the A. M. E. on or write.
2km Church one lof the best preacb- G. E. I Most
America's i Perfect. Wheel.
s .rs In the State.as( Is wen known rletMit:;: he Hudson Ccle Co.
'tfciMttbont the State will preach at'iWra. ,..._ j .
s Chapel A. 11. E. ZJon Church I
6oi day (tomorrow) 'io a packed AVENUE D. MIAMI.] LA.Anything :The: H.ac-yole.
tot.se. He's a powerful preacher to Take tie Big { y
mi| the least This pastor Rev. Ham- : and Everything ,for the Bicycie I Differs from the bicy ele. Pushes one-fourth
Aida all of friends turn will '
asks Iibls to The CLTDE BSJW
( easier and i is the
fta la a solid body to assist In the dally to the Beach leaving I 1 profiled same way.
eas of'rating money on this dajr.There Dock at 100 p. ml. landing : AT THE RIGHT PRIGESStbrfittUas The less the friction, the easier the push
--- ferry dock met aortk of
win be ecnlar services at when ...,. tadllty &'I i Nis item IIr feat ihs .... !REW.-.en.1 51.tie's.ices. The Racyde has less Eric ion on its:Crank Hearings

MeV! Mount 21on BapUst Church on to- good bathing and the ..tt .six fay .S4sKtsraUtTtn. CssJ sew sad icastksW Bkrtlr .:. than any oth< T bicycle.Plumbitrig.
ilac mw. Communion baring been put Ursly eat off by the i
offcast Sunday It twill come off on tomorrow the treacherous current
No Work.
Shoddy or Cheap Goods. Shoddy or Cheap "
night at 5:30 p. m. Mr. J. P. Cut Inlet, there Is sons of ,
Pace the contracior} of the building. tow which: makes sea ba I
t.i .. : An reps work is oosit with the work
Is getting along scj:! well ,guess !
yoil can rest assured that it will brt No channels to follow toft right bring !it back aidWe'll I have an up-to-date plumbing establishmentconnection .- |

prepared for our Jfmaa Cantata which long watt after yon I tH with my Bicycle Emporium, and a't/r.
will' come off on December :::6. Subject Make it Right
:' "Santa Clais Prerogatives," by ONLY IS CFNTS prepared to tlo the lJt>.>j work. Call and see me.

Supt J. D rri. JMrs. Janle Morris
g Mist Smith and ties Uzzle drown will ROUND oti t throw your brass plujrcvd; '.r rim- lit tire awaj. Kitlicrlem : M. J.
le tnbeor (1 A- J tire. Veil vulcanize t and l m.lhe"them n"wxooooooooooooooo McDONALD
spare} no pains in j their work of pray TAKE THE BIG ,
:Uciag the children for the occasion. 9OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC ** I ,


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*'.![CHARGES CONNECTION OF FRAUD-WITH IN AWARDS I I IWOrld'1 t :t Hinson House! f


Jfte professions Fair Commission at Loggerheads
I Newly Furnlsned. In new location. Mate. s I.bop.raa
C With Exposition Company. i I SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th(St.. MlamU;Florid 5
''P'' 1---- II/ ,
: ---. ;
St. I.. uiK, IX-c. 8.-In a letter to Ma. Located on the banks of 'Indian River. Finest Hunting" and Flahlnirln...*
I! J. G. Pangboro. president of the United Where of I .
People
_. atlstwa do x w4= tg ; Exblbitora' Association made public J The Fort Pi HotelAJL
today, Presided Thos. H. Carr "
[ATTORNEYS AT' LAWWfflpneOeela ;I'tt> of The National World's Fair Comi I oderate Means : .RUl.WNlrwt"rce/1/
i Diissioii. declared that luM grave
aUeonrti,BUI sad Ftf nU4 I ,
bte $l... $3. S ecW Bates
fw
pentl..for.urtplatsad psrhwt! and serious charges of corruption In : fawns std Iy 1Ie.m. 1'IKKCK. KIOKH'A p-
| Titles.f connection with the awarding of certain Are MakingComfortable : I ,
O.DI m. Miami. FIB.pa premiums have been file
SIAGOS. M..t> the National omwl"slon. ',: The _
| IIT. n I Incomes W ] H

Office was ....lcroNrb.r1IIV1.aMI' the The act letter of (.after'onKnra.quoting making thiii part an appropriation 'of a vel loilseIcU.d Airy Ron; *.
.". 14ULJtrft! erlook* tkc .
for the Expositio which ;
MIAMI corMrAv, C'B I FLORIDA." pro'ltlt'ltthat the appointment of all Choice' Properties j 108 [igktt. St MRS. :ISABELLA WELLS. t ..Bay.ri..
the -
jiulcoH fad examiners for Exposition .'. .''''--.i
IB. J. )L JACUO& JE. and the awarding of premiums. If I II I' t -- ,--'-1>' '
Wes Have for Sale Corner Avenge B ad Street.
any, shall be done and performed : : llth I
omctjrax i by, the Exposition company subject J JI THE

BISCAYNX'BLOCK,AVI. D |I however to the approval of the National I I G. A. MULLfR !I|Prs...... I
MIAMI, LOBIDA." Commission created by Section 2I I Brick business bloc on Avenue D>> .... ... .. ..-..-...-.-.. .-.-..-.-. 5.500.00 .
I lof this act." continues as follows: 10 loU on Seventh street .............................. ...... ..... MMJO I
SHe I| "Underthe rule adopted by the 1 house and lot. bar! front riparian rig its.... ...... ...... ..'.... I 19,000.00
DR. W.. B. R I'I,' company and approved by the commission -I t boos and lot foot I jot! Twelfth street................... .......... ..0 &.oo : SANCARL0SIHOBBY
Ottos m-ltth street 'Phan. M. { the group jurors! were to be Pine boos and Jot, ThlrUnUi street, a dern Improrements ...... 4750.00 .
Bedderce b08.9tA i appointed by the company before August i houses sad lots Twelfth street flue IUOO.OO to .............j 4.000.00
Stilt Vig1AM1. FUr 1. 1904. None of the jurors were I room house with F;* lot, wlttt bearing tree! *. Fourth street .... t.000.00 :
submitted to the commission for approval I house and lot on Fourth street near Avenue D .............,..... HUM aeldt...,.... 2.50..,...

r. W. IACDI" IHaas in accordance with this, provision I-room house and lot on Third ttmt..... ...... :..........:.... UOO.OO( 1st Hf.cUI. ..eerwt.k.... HAJI t.rem. .M.K. JoOWSBIf.Qlhtile..m.1 .
ici= r. of the rules and regulations."A douse and 3 Iota on Pint 1 f'U't. fir all ........... ....... '.. ......f 2000.00 L ,illN. _.m.I I Plsl ffb/ BNUL '
,SpMtflotUofM d DtUlto Mad number of those who acted were i i tO-acre orange and rape trait from... Coeoaaat .. S.000.00Grore . . . . . . 1NIh.NNMMMN.B
rot BiaII4IDII of.A U Klvdi, flueIResldeaees not submitted to the commission for I 10 acres, three and i'Ibne-half f seared. bearing fruit trees, rear Cocoantt ---

a Spnolatty.Orrlcu approval until after they had performed j: ; ...... ...' ...................... ....... ........... 1400.00
13J5, ATESCE D r their functions and departed : to acres flue farming land at Cutler .. ..... ...... ............. IJOO.OO Accommodations first clan. I View' cat tile WI ; ; .
from the grounds, and many of them (-an* oni"e and mpefralt pore Oraoce Ridge, ....... .....j 1000.00 i I II
WALTER C. DEARMO. have not been approved. Two fine young orange and grapefruit groves on Miami river with r

"Most grave and serious charges oft{I riparian lights! 13.000 and 6,000.00 ; THE BAY VIEW
BrOhitCOt.Room j corruption in connection with the House and Z lots,on Seventh street comer ATenne i. ........... 1.250.001t.000.00 -
awarding of certain premiums have Fine fanning and c'trus! lands from $20.00 an acre up. j I, r :
. ,J 4, Metropdli. building. been filed with the conimissi in the' Several I furnished h'uuses' to rent for the season. Call and see us.acre i -- .

Hours. 8 to 12. I Miami. form of affidavits and otherwise.: In j grapefruit sod pineapple grove.. .... ..... ........ ..... .
,
view of such charges and tho failure]t 10 au'Und 7 room hou-e, htm. stable, tool house and work house CONNOLLY, Proprietor -at
'R. II. SE\IOUR, .
'of the company to observe lh- law in bearing orange land crape fruit grove on Miami river with riparian I -
Attorney (Stl-aw: I the appointment and submission of the -an i ideal {borne ........-............ ...... ............ J. 12,000.001 I I ; ;.
,
1 jurors for approval by the commission. 20 acres i One pine, land on which Is a 5 or 6, acre orange and,Ig.apefniltrights < > Next to Terminal Pier. Opoaite Railroad Depot'iIIAMI. .
Will pnclio I. all t W State and rnsC.sn. the right of this body to Investigate grove; 100 bearing trees, and other varieties of fruit trees; 4-room house,I .
| .. yardc.lar.atte t.a to c..r.alla< I adeqpately supported cha :e8 of good well, eta ,Biggest I bargain in Dade county; 4 1.% miles from Miamion ,. rLAJMMMMMMM
Mtile. Real E4C&ae nol P"a La' *..............<........., *
l U ri-cll nsildinYIAL'Ft*. fraud bribery or misconduct amounting Rock Road. Price.,, 250000. I t.
s to fraud on the part of persons 3 Iota on Eleventh street for all $2.000.00.. . . . ., =; .
[ making or Influencing awards Is maln- 35 acres pine and prairie land 10 acres improved half mile sontl' of Cutler I
[ D.D. & C. M' ] ROGERSCIVIL tamed by the. commission to In a duty Hotel; 800 feet frontage on bay; 400 bearing fruit trees; (-room cottage, I 1

precedent to the act approving awards furnished; horse and, wagon; 75 laying hens and out brtldlngs. Price, 4000. Hit beta enlarged
ENG1NElRS) I IAftreplis i resting under the burden of any suchcharges. I; or the 10 acres with all improvements about 400 feet bay front for $2,800.00;IThe e Southern liorf all modern -

BliUiI il 1321 2.T9flfb, With this view the Kiposi-l ttareafeoce* have .
i Uoi Company scs! :; !:cue: end thus! .far < \ beta lottiXcJ.
Muag Florin _
Street. has not delivered any of the awards ito j :
SPIELS tE.
the commission for approval &MERCIER "
(FORMERLY THK: "PIONEER HOTEL. I
GEO. L. MDONALD! "The awards resting under charges i' FORSSELL Proprietor
of a serious character are fortunately I
QYI1I1&fuer 1 not numerous, but regardless rf their\ j Real estate and Insurance Agents. RATES FROM;$2.00 UP
..,.....sari I lioIW1wWUlc! Lu.d. a .pe uai J
COCOANUT. oR oVE. FLA. 1 j I number the commission has refused | I Box 177 or ilOOH Avenue U. j Cottar Eleventh Street oJ A*ease B. I
and will continue to refuse to approve i
: I MamA I ,
MIAMI -
6ulIdJA. them unless the charges shall, bare I I, IAMI. FLORIDA.HOTEL .
frIa Contractor d ,, been fully investigated and cleared up. '-- ---1-- --;- --- --- -- . .-SSw-. S . .1.I .' .
"As to the great number of the TW" . . . . . \
W. GRAHAM awards the commission U. ana has I

Trice, ... I -1 tst.clas4 ....,baa lii.Ut been prepared to ret promptly but up i iI BISCAYNE!
......... reae.ref
aM,.(.rwort are ........... ;* MU.l.. | I not presented to the commission any'' !.
awards for approval." MIAMI. .
:
I
FRED UTTER. President Francis of the Exposition !1 I Dealers in I,I FLORID I
General Coiitrattor.OradIrJt Company refused to make any statement -,

Blasting. Y f t President regarding Carters the letter.statements" in I i51h, Now\ Open---Sedson to.jV. J'idV 1 1905.<

Wells Road Drilled Construction);.Side walk ; President Carter has also caused to; 'I I Ovs"ters, .
and
be sent to President D. R. Francis of
JEJUnE M. PARRISH | the Exposition Company a letter explaining I ctnclFish .: G-aD:1e.: : Salem GrahamITHEJEFFERSON

r Typewriter, the-position of the National I I .
; .tt.nograph.Tand**.Maalfald 1 Commission In regard to the awards, I I ,-
... Once
mi
of which Is follows -
an excerpt as :
a>>i.Tnlfth W. u Straciflbu U** ... 2:.S Ie k 11. j I "The commission cannot permit tbe r are kept in traps-Killed after Order is
: """!"<..ei =2 A..I_C. use of its name nor the name of any of
o ,," I Its officers or members In connectionwith I re Ivedj .
W. C. IVayhardCBADUATE any diploma certificate or other
| FORMERLY MOTEL
, THE KEY WEST
.
evidence of award while any part of I I
. :OPTICIAN the proceedings rest under adequately j Orders taken daily-Prompt attention G i JOSHUA CURRY ..w-
: With Maynard 4 .Son. :Jeweler* supported and ulDYesUn ted charges I i i Prider.
Phone Orders -- -----
A....D Kecito rut flan of bribery attempted bribery. corrup-[ I r" ,JOPEN All TilE: YtAR. RATES $J.OO< ) A DAY) AND II'
bon fraud or misconduct amounting; .
T---t-- -- -;--- -------,---- I

rounll ltEr-rAit to"fraud.1 hereby notify you to refrain from i Corner of Second Street and Boulevard.ncUe : One Half Block Iron Terminal Key West.' .Hori izvrA..caE3
, .shralaa..a:---. i.sJi I' .I _, ,
1i using the name of the commission or f . j . . . & & & .. . . . . . I
, Bather of any of its officers or members in or .- 1 f 1i I IfWe"ae : :: :: VXxJL.A.
White Eagle ;Shoe. connection with anY diploma certificate 'I F :: I
or other evidence of award for : the
Fair Chairs. any exhibit" Opposite I503ral P aiaao: :: Park

Best Senicelin the City. Former Senator Thomas II. Carter Oliver Typewriter. ; I ,
'rvt COLBY.I ProprietdiNoWaitin I of )Montana who Is now in Helena Corner Tlilrtcuntli Street and A case B.

30 t h.I'1 ......t. j I Mont., when asked 1 about the meaningof :
I {i1E1 t ti'.Whea the letter 10 Pangborn. said' It wax __I ;, ill;',\ I I I"yes :.I.tiaO.i.: : : -- Florida
purely explanatory.. in reply to Maj. OC I : .' ,
-
I Pangborn. who acting for the exhibitors f, r. _- '1}'_..i' Because l1t j
-i 'I I superior t0) all others I
as'tlt'blnms of knowing when r We are selling them, jtoo becaur i I
'
.. t I > !
"-" Rates Write for RESERVATIONS.
/ ki-, '--:- I the awards wotiM 1 IK officially an- I a i i: our price and terms are U!. If you i i on Application.
11tj'H
-- .
-- etod. '
nCIIl want a good tell -- .
machine. us '
..W-1aD'tU A."j t ..1\, ';,1." etj yon ,
"Thi-rp were about :SJ.IMMI:;; "'II'arllll1|I t ', t' X't about the I : ) _
aid Mr: C.an'r. "and.of this number : : \
t\AE.TROPOL/l'A
in about fifty caws there have been OLIVKR.
chances (sled, backed by affidavits ofconipt h e N. '
!
practices. The Exposition Company CAFE '
.AUIOH ONLY; has no* yt>i delivered th- list of, I ,

] awards to the National Commission. I A Restaurant that caters to Ladies and Gentlemen
; HMOFICM OfiQ presume for the reason that it Is InvestlpH'iiiK -'' A machine shop baa been added to
YOOt 9Ol[MOB BIfEM :: the charges! that have been '. our large establishment to satisfy the I t
nrtrs |II\ week onth.EVtS.. '
Special or irlOIOWendorf
.axaimsi ,
flies demand for a first clam' tepalr shop
., K1 IffiMFIEIIOBStR1ftNT I for AUTOMOBILES and GAS ENGrNES -
;; Block. Avenue D. CHAS !
; '1 "Aim aM YOURONOLBtATBNOBT FOUYSWDNEYCITOOfkcs and that' department U incharpe Proprietor
of skilled machinists. We are
mrttvALS. .. .... I -
: Itl.. ,. and Bla4dw R..
.tt CMO4.S: PHARMACY. j .c at your service.

R The Ideal Oyster & Chop House

: MIAMi BARGAIN STORE l I I LOFTON & EINIG. '

,.' _.........w.-.4 ............. ............. ,i. Successors to Lofton t Johnson. Opposite Post OtS(e. l'i ml. Fla 410 Twelfth Street!

S ncw ftnc ..e :ii i If you want a 15a"train.l ; : } I ,

.' \ Pongee Sills M Worsteds. >uv.tour TUCKER: & GREEN Steak. Chops and Fish Oysters in any' Style

': and other : : Dress f-oodf) b. the 'oun : I
6oocIs. Meat Retailers By thequartplate: or gallon. in Season.
-fat uH\lntr Patttnls la Dress : Caiiana v.eour line "f cr.ckj fire .
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AND POULTRY EGGs AND VEQETABLES. '
MEATS
FLORIDA WESTERN J. Marks Proprietor
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d ,tI . .11.I :......-. Druggist? 4 When in Doubt
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... 'rllt.. I'liarm Arne lorJ Is Pure Biscayne ".

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ha. $ture. paint' r I..r .lrr!, ? .la w = n1j Play Blue Serges
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A- "" g 'd'n I.'ronl. == ClitmicnN! .1\ nil :::::' That'- fur cln-n-e of ci.-Ih. .i .\1.. tit the making the
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I' y,.:,1", .. !I..'" :::: This SIJ.last .- Co.j. ; trc-h. == i rffU, ,' suit at 'flf.fnthtt.
J ; ..' 1"1"\1\ '''' :::: *,0 u r iiK-thiHl- = t s, r u 11 Make ourrrlutali| n The..rne.i..a; tightly; lte .it -

tJrl .Cu1.n.: rib;: jt! . 1.Op.um. :-::: SOLE .I I are c''IIII11<:nd..1I :-:: {} 01. ot.iniu-h.: reliable textile Lniarantcnl all wool tt th;
11\\t'r""'. .h.1rl y :. II"Mrl C= \ l>v all reputable -! 4- it .rRtgr.: warranted near t : AGENCY C. Abernethu I'ln'-idall-. :=
!. Vtnntctt cha '9y !;sussp .w f-u 11 il- >|.ri;.:litly IIIIrThl' ..uit j intelligently:; !liu".d ndlit"
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: &. lIardh', I' itning at .soil -!I b::!+' ciiiiuiuiuiuui! luiimmummmui il1111 11ILl1111il1111111
1rrqj I' t All -t\ !1- that fa-hion denianilami -ize> to. a...-iin? #
H. F' tklnsun Nutember salary :::;..00Ii. I t v '
I i ;: I.c': 111':'K i KlTTINi: ; T HS; '| fur build ..f man.If' .
W I..ainhart. mil, per diem.:1t: \ +,0F. 1 ', ,' ; .,f i any!
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F., .Leber, same . . 2.40Mta :! I i I
Tel. Cu.. ph n. ar Jail 9.InlNotic lion Depart. I

of Intentlon 1-to Apply for Let I Y,a.. enk.f ant. MWiI ar J.......i rxMI. ,Ie 1i; ? Our Shirt"-:
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of thd!slate win of apply Flu da to at the Tallahassee Governor Sale Is Still On:
..rare "ist b rrteht tf W. mtfce fresh ....
Florida on the Cflh day of January, Ittudswssleckof. RED GROSS
awry mis tfn't tll)1rr's, ltw. I
A. D. 1J905for) letters, patent Incorporating sea Cabr'tMilk
the Fulford Fruit and VegetableGravers' PHARMACY
Association, under the folfcrwlnc Stationery... I I Chocolates I Have you tried one of ourhigh.class: shirts at'a
]proposed charter: + + i ncry Imcijr. W, .. cheap shirt price We have about ten dozen
Our ite wI h.. C. L. B.rt .
lrlday .. ctl the lik .ru sot
Charter of the Fulford Fruit and Veg- I more to in our celebrated madras
v kratw. PresidratL lid'xhkr..rAs, ; go 75
stable Grower' Aaaoclation. f I.oo shirts at j e
e3] undersigned hereby assoclata .II

themselves together for the purpose of .IIt --- .-, And only I : a few dozen in the finer

becoming Incorporated IIi under .be laws We an HIfhc wly t a $1.25 shirts to go at . . . . 8ge
,.tk.;'State of Florida, for the trans knkKU it NT MW

aeuoa charter..of business under.j, the following. Sanitary Foa tall These goods are actually 123 cloths and of the

f ArtlcU't. 1.Thepname We .taay$ Mt wrs1Idsuesledfruit:I newest light dark patterns in figures and stripes

of thl* corporation shall nd
I R th| Fulford Fruit. and VegetableHrowefV fruit SU ljfrall e
A aoclatlpn. IU p principal( i 1

place $f business than be at Fulford.|! 1r '

rtorlAiL' iJ1u and Its bnilnecs shall be conducted -;1 1 ,I r f 1 t j'
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7 elsewhere, u may be necessary or issues of stock shall be made, u order F. 'r. Bryan. Secretary and Tress
, IITedleDL ) ,' od by the board of,directors! Any por- urer. R.W.RhodesMIAMI
'', I Artier !. : lon of said stock shall be issued and G. '. Dull G. W. KIng,'F. A. Bryan ,

The-general lIatufe of then bUFlnell paid for In cash, or In capital Mock of R. McDonald: J. R. O'N'ea!, dlrco-

.. I. be ransacted by this corpuratlon other corporation, or In property: the I tors. -
shall to bur, fE I and deal In all value of which shall be fixed at a Article 6.
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fruu. produce, fer there, crate and ,ng of the board of directors meet'l Thin.leb highest amount of liability or I r lM
oth"r it'llckln; nut rlal on rom:!::. hat purpose edness to which the cor|>oration ''
;. lion ?1I otber1lise. pack fruits and Article 4. \. I I can a any time subject itself hall not I' t FLORIDA
rcgetailles for prun to employ such This corporation shall exist( for I. i xcou 1 the amount of capital. stock I I .
agent'land eslablit such ageuetes al 'nrai .of thirty years.: \ I paid u. I
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'drewre' as to the dtrecloro shall, The business of this I corporation Th< names: and residences of the i i -

stem roper To lit!', own, hold, OJ- hall be conducted fly a President, aVice subscribing: i incorporators of said cor- = -..- .

elite; lease' aell aid mortglge, teal President, a Secretary[ Treasurer i INrat on, together with lhe'number of 10 lIIe well Innu 01 t.. 1 I.. III-' I",'" 1n8lc..crlhP1J
.. estate4lor Its IIUtI\n\ {88 oMceJ, farms, and a board of Ore directors. .-hare of the capital stock subscribed j juy ; l InIn.1( u h s .!b.rr.1;" th.,.irnames

JllantalioD. 'and frMit orchards. TIJ ribs offices of Secretary and Treasurer ea"h: are as follows: : I to ih.' r..n:; "n.; HI." II". .rat'and '.

buy, Mild and vote stock and fI'CUritMc'or'ptber ,nay be held by one and the same Indli (i. P. Bull OJm Fla., 52 shares did se\.Jr.I:! n ",n..",,, ::!I' t''tth
corpora and Co n.a.e: ,, \i t'Ontra5ts pf any ch raster with such .11 shall be members of the board of (.. |V. King. Fulford. Fla., 60 share, saute fur I prrlsss lhf'r"Jn ex, .Y RY S t ,
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etrpo IOllti. ::.ectors. The directors shall be common stock. pressed.1VITNESS. thai
Artiel 3. elites annually by the stockholdersa R. McDonald: Fulford. Fla, 60 : II unl I'lIrf tidal: seal
The uth"orlzed capital stock! of saiduorporatloti a meeting held the first Saturday : common stock > at Fulford, Ide county, Flurjla.
shall She hundred October of each year. The officers J. O'Neal Fulford. Fla. 104 shares Edward C. Rornrh
.ures oI: common III k of the par val who are to conduct the business of the Common stock. N Notary Publl Slate or Florida at large Ae llANh.'an .

lie of (en dollars ($l ) each. At least corporation until those elected at the F, <1. Bryan Fulford, Fla., 60 shares My Commllslra expires June H, 190i. ,ur sr tuae .
Afty !if cent of the Id cdpitaI-stock Irst annual meeting are qualified common stock.

aha1 hat subscribed are paid In before: shall be: It.-fore me personnally appeared The buy 11..111"':' :\Iangro. ear:'
W. cciporatJon breiiu to do ',uainess,, George P. Bull, President Geo. \t.. Bull. O.' W. King, R. E. Mc into port thN morning from Key \Ventj
and other payments thereon 0"' fnrthtlf R E, McDonald. Vice President J I Donald l. J. R. O'Neal and F. A. Bryan and Is tied up at th(. terminal dock.
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