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 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00076097:00232
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Telephone' M tter Bobs U ; Again in Shape of an Ordinance, But; i i FINE BUSIN{S3 BLOCK FOR AVE. MR. WILFSON--j ERECT BUSI- -

NUC D A, D TENTH STKZETDUILOING NESS BLOCK EVERAL COT. I Aid: Captures Two Caravans. One Outside
and
No Fina} Action Was Taken. REPLAcE the Other Inside
APARTMENTTHIHTEE / ON TAGES TO OLD CON-; .
I I the Town Limits -
I Tangier
I '.|TH ST PROVIDED: : FORnlflcent VENT. Morocco.
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I'' t It.- ex liiiu<- \iorl-in! !; wiilnii i tina 1 I ENTERTAINMENT MONDAY-NIGHT- r II I-

UQUOR P RMIT I Metropolis Bureau. Fey \\ .-,,1. I-iL. I AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
OIl'lh I "Ulslllllmollt,1O'"I'r.la\' n 11\11 \l Ir. J. IK"-. 15. .
-Ihj I" K tr.l 'qm,; ship Han -
i 'I 1 h. WAS REFJSD( inofrumtion ami wns or.lereil 1 placed -vI tar of t Ih.. i,1< her plaei. just neSt i to I'ensai-ola. ( 'J Tickets On Sale Tomorrow at Biscayne -

ou file or the cii)' tat the OnlOne Gla'ic road.4'a )Ir. C. II. \\ heldoiijunderwriters ; for theo Drug Store.

|I T. J. Pitcbfiin! male application to .) in;; Ib"I'1 r. 5 1 utuu.rh of ih' t-a; ;.( of ill" Steamship I WAS NOT FOUND
., the council for the i jsicion of sanitary I 11t1f<.bJ: .. It.d 1,1-s. I it-. tpitn.li.i t lliiKllfhain Castle. armed on Ihe Indications are that the school

inspector the i-ame' to liocor.ie efferUte I Hen resi.Iettet just cUDlI.leled about a Ilbll Martinique SunllIt nhl.: auditorium will lie taxed to Its full

In case of the resignation of the sear aJo. an.1 Ihe line young grove an I IInduliun I The following late arrhul.i have regUtered capacity on Monday nght to I ear the -

AND CITY AT| ORNEY PRES NTEDRESOLUTIO1 present incumbent or for any other -. roaaining In all about IC or at the Hotel Jefferson/ : H. Cans splendid; literary and musical) piogram
I 17 acres at lad. )1 r. Botcher still hast U l. arranged under the direction
reason that a vacancy should occur Leroy evy. New TorK ; I. Ix>eb, ol lilac
REGULATING 'ANC In that office. The application was acres of his original hnIllP"lear' Philadelphia: Harry S. Cable, U. S. Ingram the elocution and expression I AND
U I j I.I.1I1t>d for future reference. left and has arcaly dlspollf'd oC about army; E. J. Bremen 18.r' navy; C. B.Wheldon. Instructor for the Dade county schools. CAPTIVES I RELEASED_..ALL -

SALE .OF IUOOO.oO .otlh which vf course in- New York:! W. :':. Gowen, Miss Ingram will give numerous MOROCCO IS
Permission.. EXCITED
BONOS..IZTTHE :, granted to B. F. I eludes the in pruvementa In the way Boston: I.U Col. J. Cl Quinn Savannah readings and exhibitions: in statuary AND A
I-aatseter & Co. to their saloon
I move. I of clearing. ullding and planting E. B. and pantomine, and will be assistedby i
; Thompson Miami; R. REPETITION OF PERDICARIS IN-
I from lot 34, block 121 to lot II. block I Ij .
&ro'e. her classes and the .
Ralney. Mrs. Ralneysontllle. and son Jack- musical part of
j, 152.City: IIIr. eit'he will retain possession [ C. C. the program will Itself be worth more t CIDEN IS FEAREMorocco. D.

Marshal Flanagan ca'.led: attention ot bill place 0 III he han-estl the crop The ( /nenedit. on than the admission price which U only I
of
f.'T the council to twa items of tomatoes. bout )day I. by which the Martinique C. B.Wheldon :35 cents.. general, and SO cents for re-
that hate been discussed but which
TIoe regular kneelinguf on time he ezpets to have built a city II. *R. Van Auken. Ray Rancy Mrs.I nerved seats on sale tomorrow and I '
no action has been taken. One
the city cou fell last night waa one I was the feeding ever of the city/ residence. wh4re he will reside In fu- Ralney and son,. E. B, Thompson. H. Monday at the Biscayne Drug store.
prisoners. ture. Tangier|
(, Dec.
of the longest i nd most interesting: in for which he gets 40 cents per day I There II awen. A. Peacock jTbeo. Mitchell I 1C.-Balaam,
4ttting to IJ4' decidedly Mrs. T. F. McGIlL the
brigand
COTTON chief who
| TO BE
and the in I PLANTED i captured loa
each
the history of that bod,. But five second was regardto more activity In citrus fruit groves Cotton. -
Damaged Perdlcaris1/
his percentage on moneys collectedand : In this NEAR MIAMI AS EXPERIMENT and Cromwell Varley last
members w.rej prevent, though they connt and the chancesare
Six hundred bales |of cotton were May aDd held them
handled by him outside of the that Iht"re"i! be saw heavy raa-
were sufficient o constitute a quorum many sales of grove removed from the steamer Mlddleham corn had been
tax rolls, and which he considers a paid for their reI--
lands this "In er. The are Mr. K. V Blackman Informs the ,
and handle affairs as well as hid' th! revenue to the city and for which he this crops meg- Castle. The fire was Jon the lop tier Metropolis that hare boldly raided a caravan la the tows
and since there arrangements
/ Is held year are and nine bales were burned. The six: of Tangle today
memberih'! of been : responsible.It
4lull t seven prep many groves Doming Into bearing suf been completed with a wealthy New
was decided after a discussion of hundred were removed to make sure Previous to the raid he
i I ficiently to show what they are thereIs York concern to make an experiment attacked a
egt.The the that that no part of the ship was on flre caravan al few
above matters he marshal miles
minutes )of the meetings held no reason 4 by there should not be The here with growing; cotton and that tenor outside the owe
November 7. ana) December 1. 6 and 7. be allowed ;50 cents per day 'for each hundreds of n<;w groves started. Thai men who were reloading the vea- more acres will be planted at once. I taking eleven! prisoners and a namber
set were on a strike {Sunday. They of mulea.and
were read and [approved after, which prisoner. and that the city attorney be this Is the best and safest part of Florida received Five acres rill be put out In the I He then came to Tangier
the council gotdowu to the !business Instructed to draft an amendment for grapefruit there seen lo' be the twenty-five price cents an hour but [I golf ground farm an1 Mr. J. 1. Hollywill ;. mad the raid here. bat la the
changing the ordinance In "ordance ss customary Is 40 cent an latter case, the prisoners
with ac I no doubt andj those have charge: jf Its cultlvatl-m were released
before it and expedited Ibo same who pU.nl and : hour and
struck for this
) they amountA as he said
all promptness possible. I : with this resolution. properly care] for such groves will live acres more will be put out by a I, the man he was l""M''t for
satisfactory<< was lIIa.leand was not
City Aitoi-neK\ Atkinson td I whom The telephone matter came ip againin like Messrs ftelrher and Price-Wll- R/1f't'njl'nt colored man named Eron farther among\ them.
the men resunud work Thesteamer The
renewed
the shape of an ordinance grantingto activity of this
had been referred the matter of preparing Hams be able to realizeancy prices west bandit'
the offered H. C. Budge. Frank T. Budge, 'has. should they will sail Tuesday. Mr. Blackman. who will have chieftain baa startled all Morrocco and
to bell cit} bonds. fop many reason desire tci charge
I New To Be Built. It
Cottages IH
IL Garlhside. 81... Patterson and theirassociates believed thai he la
sell. of the looking for
the following resolution ulfoc}Lug tho The experiments will also put out
old bill
hung onj the of
corner some
and person In
_DIe shah wop adopted: sucicssors a municipal Elegant partment Building. 'I a small patch on pine land north of the particular to take aa
\\hiteheud and Dhlsioti street which !
franchise! for and a prisoner and hold
maintaining for
Resolved. Thai the bonds of (he rltyMiami I a telephone on-ratini| in the city of-| 'I it, "I at out; has sold his Interest !I.! j v;us once used as a foment. l.iit i is city.These a racjwm.

Jf )lianil ted for at an eleci o hd1; I :Miami. The system ordinance 1 I U ih', "e: a hrihllilJin\ <: on Thirteenth ptia tenement will I... r.i'-l I and i it exptrimenn v ill ho watched
proposed
,for that purpu4 IOn the ::Hb day oftktuber. : forth was t I 1"1. th- TTtsentcil
.
l1U4 4aLl have the 111 u: i; th" r"qttir.--et.ten sections of 11" cor.n set I tug' 'in- dn_ r.iads'! j" .Ih' i.y "'. \\'. I latin anti; I i 'h- site. Tnis Imprut [monl will add 'hey will be MiccesMul. The or.Vr f.jrkor I IS BURNING UP.

the corporaliyn and t-holl1 b slncILy ; i .iiy hi' -if. to : : lIuhl.; ulpi will entI n.nch to that par of ihicity.; The : ::la cotton seed vas sent o-it last
the clerk Of Ih. lOr n-r the fr.iiichiM-: jKiioiijvhrh:; ; it is I I ,. il;..:hi :1111 1 .iie. will't... plaril: -il linden!
innyor.nI 1'IlY I .r.'rih.'I I thit the construct! shall hlnr It' lull, tag tie a l\to-slur). Iii.t building: is il.i'osl in Ihe Hst slaveshe ; } ca soon Pec. 1C.-A dispatch says
and fchijll be made ,a'able l I rh, is they :'irrl\o the piwing! haxiri; al that Mustjipha,.
: '
begin within CO; dajs and! the exchange L' IIn nitre s."on.1 Dllor II"Th nt decay. Almost 1 all Hinds; haei : I a suburb of Algiers
twenty years after date at tihe city i I". 'k.n wrhri t i'tio and ai-irti-nts. I :.....n lorn from then i. I storv n in, I('..'ly 1.('.11:1 I with a .iinilaiion r>f nearly forty thou-
in
ns. U
Tlrt .
; IIP < hiitir be in loice .md( iTeet fort n. wl \'nlll .Io\\ s nnd I ih sushi bHi .'n. I'ats and! pcTH5 burninic. and that
of 4 per cent; Jhterest pajab e semi peiiod of I thirty tears. a ft1.. 'a'b !!lIi ji, i-i tnt ala i itg hll.n ronil.rIttliling !* Il1ha11]| till .UI' '"li! !- .if th. ittil-i-1 1I COTTON GROWERS j ''nnra ;e t<] the extent of many million -

.-.mi..i/ at ..Mlaihl.o'la.. I After having the same read md distuxsel. \\1111' .1lrlc halt's. etc.rat.tn 1 i {tf OP,! gr.iMR :!I'I i :,|!J to the WILL ORGANIZE. I II franc has already been c'one.
The city auufyiey also reported ad- the council. UJMHI nioiion. ref : ::; t'gp'-.i .11) ,','"Irltlt: :.K ha..1t ,tcior 1"1': walls nnd tloor I ;! '

ersely nnou tliu.appl.cation: of oneE. .'rr.I it to the street committee "tor apllrlm"n ". thus 1II''lln a ttniati't. I 'I r. I.niisViilfstin.| ci ine of O'lr most I I For the Purpose of Increasing Relations -i GREENE (AND LAWSON '
Meredith to {jell liquor in that part : In hleb h.IS dli -.,, C -
a report at the next regular :uet-ting pari. long 'xisled'In i-nterprlsing : r s negotiating Between Producers and Dealers. WERE VERY FRIENDLY
M IUd .n) Kmivrn Colored Town.: !lur he couni II. lIaUiI. for t the puchase of I Ih.' irojieitv on t the I --

stating that sucj| ocl would b o in con J. is:. hummus and J. I. Wilson con Fine N'e Buslr.el8 Btok.Mr. :. Burner of hut 01 and i-jternig stre.'ls.i.e :New Orleans. Dec HI.: -A special I Crowd Disappointed On That
filet with the inmisious of the ordinance Hituting the copin'tee! on rules and M. Rhnr. lulU hI14: sol.i llh,' choice! neilliv t:. O. Ix1l.iw ,b. 0\\ inc/ to a from Shrevei.oiL that President Refused Account
residential says to be Interviewed.
prescribing a portion -i I I regulations submitted all ordinance for 'Its al the 'u per uf Avenue f) and In the deei's. I hiV purchase has Harris Jordan announces that there I --
o( the cuf where liqu- rs. etc.. Tt'nlb street it a tinily alto wI-ereet: .-en postponed in.1:1:l he mat t,.T can
ihe creating and establishing ut a firedepartment will be a meet!Ing of the Southern Cotton -
vuttnot be soil jjt'pon this retort the :1.'Ou Boston '"'C. 1C.-Col. \Vm.
fine he c.
in the city of Miami; rte- II tone or hrick business adjusted. If Mr.Vi If son 11I'e.lsIII Growers in New Orleans. January
council denied to. Meredith the prui-. hJ..k ronlolnl ten or more storertwtis -, cettins! this heconsigned will ('r.1Ilb'r.'n Greene. of New York arrived] here to
Ttiing! its duties 24 for the
and providingfor of
poaer." purpose organizing and
Jege to operate a balooa as re uesle 4 the furnishing. ..r apparatus and fif9ces ; "lnrt'lI.j consolidating the Southern Agricultural -.1 I.
: Following this/ act there as receded ihe electing of certaInDy officers! : "hl'h will rOM''t$,lIllav of Associaiion Into centiat awson. t hose advertising campaign
one body
by the council a petition signed (3Iltwi : against an al;;anialed Mock
and certain f I. the pers". lie flri II\.OOO: "Ir. \\ I rr'I u'-IIHlal with bureau of copper rei -
prescribing epaltles ; information
| ?r a conducted -
by a number oft the most respectable the house hu..in..s i cently/ all dcii' much
t' itfliittoc rojlpolnl..1 I" i nUln on,1 1M 'In<' itt thi. aratsho the attention called
'h" violation of of
certain provisions lines the .
on same as I S Department
(Town at his hoi
colored pvople Of "Colored the ordinance. The ordinance in substance Speaker Cann to draft the ';o..a..h.1OIpnt have 't'I'It-.1 1 ti.. future iiroperftv of Agriculture.It 1 < I and sent up his card but
land owners ay'tingtie' city to sonound charces was kept waiting an hour
Ialnlll Federal Judge ; or Ih. cite. N before
that the fire Is
provides depart- not Intended however to discredit
its-ordinance as to si!ow saloons Greene came from
his
S..a'nf', or t: northern district of1oritIa The fnUr.ntU""wl iefrsini-r Rol..rlII. breakfast
ii.ent: shall consist of one or more plumper Ihu Government burra.i but to
in prescribed business
Colored Town* Supplementing: this of chief of the department who: shall GiI1NI. of Cal rornla ; LiItleI'id. of severel wee.ts ago; \\ ilhu 'arl i or coal line t're'-i MfiM I '.....s I. -.. .iIt shook and newspaper men. The two

petition was a petition of numbers he elected by the council In each and Maine: Powt'r. or Massachusetts: I / to Wm. CIIfrv's, Sons left : i .1 I i<, "Iii, ,. .. .*. hands lni ami then retired to
I
Greene's ,
'- most respcctabl citizens and property every year upon the recommendationof Cla'luo. of AI hama: and. Df'\rmonrl.. for P'nsa'ola for a rarpo of ,-rnsstles I a i .. I r n where they refused to
owners Ihtntf near North [Miami "r :Missouri.Arguments. The n<'h'>on"r 111'111:0/ rom P'nsarola I we the porters.
tlie he shall bold of3ce i .
department .
nil hi .
in that \irimi, ; 11111 : i ii .t The nt
and owning property recdence threatening
uf for one year and shall appoint a firstand Flrl.la to New Tort. i I'. I. ... ,. j ., .... .t., IM, corenpooreen -
,
tv
the careful consnieratjioa
asking assistant bitue I the ptonateeas J After a delightful P. ;I. ('a'it..In and' ihe two menIVT. uPluraU
second .
the city council! and forming In the council shall purchase( apparatus; I city or j! .. "f CI"all1' the 1"nlfe1 StaesJ Mrs Hi rl>ee loft on ho Robert H. j. "h" 'l.iol.orlL"CONDENSED I attracted i inch<< attention and i interest

prayer of their petition. Col. Williams other of the was 'bade In \ 'lI"hIIlKlon \Ve'In..i.la)'. i Sa-hcniuin. flC \\ hit h Vt.M..1 ht Is I her,>.
paraphernalia
departmentand
was heard before the council. he repeMUut shall distribute it wherever deem- Attorney Gene al Io..v .ar tha (;r,.. rl1l.18n.! for Xt'w Yor WhiJ" here TELEGRAMS ,

these petitioners( as he] represents <.tl best by the council the same to remain rnn1t-nt. and 'nator Bacon For Cly-, they 1II'ert"1u5111 of M and IfI. Pergm'on. |i CLAY'S CHILD WIDOW .'
) numbers .
the State'4 interest in .
the property of the city. en.llbat aIL Aqullla Rector who en gag, d In a AGAIN A BRIDE,..
to stopping
of proaecutionsIooking pistol duel Monday at Elkin. S. C..
the fearful carring-on In North\ Mi- all apparatus now on hand may bedelivered with one, T. M. Moxley died Wednesday -

.Mill.. I organlred.to any fire company Then follow now i-a-orhereatll'r JAPS SUffERED I NDIAN SKELfTON from hl-i wounds. The trouble \ash\ill 1C.-It !s r'ported
from
matter VaIl.View
the
The council c >nslderej the originated ottr a cattle trade Kvjjhit Nora Clay
with great care nol referred the] same rlous rules to govern department -- Brock. Ihel child w'i.'oof the noadabolitlonis

to the appropriate committee, is an duties at fires )penaltiesfor certain By deciding to throw out Precinct General Carslus M. cay

amendment to the ordinance ba I to be offenses The ordinance, etc. was accepted and FfARFUL WAS UNEARTHED} 7 eighth ward ) IK-nrer. Col.. the Supreme Is once UK 1 re a bride she having bceniarried .

made in order tomeet,:: the issue,i oft was given its first and second read L10SSiIN Court >,t Ihat State has madeit View. to Samuel Thomas ot Valley
residents
other
U. Enloc add
tT.
council Ings. It isthrouKh this ordinance that possible for a Republican victory in _ _ _
1nth street petitioned the (or the election of u of C.'l .
-I p-ncmor >ra
th dlrrer."n5
the council hopes to adjust 'j ..
of t< swr on that thoroughfare THE COTTON
uie ut>iug II do. MARKET.
from Avenu$ II to the Bay!! under now existIne: in the departmentand I
-- New York.Marrh Dee. 1C.
other I Increase Its efficiency. -Future* opeaedl'TT. .
f
hare the same been conditions laid. jj The as application sewers was After the transaction of a few mat-. CAPTURE OF 203 METER HILLIS I -' BY WORKMEN CLEArING' ROO'nE: lark Davis itutorin.hit f of Hit 5t-m .r,1' "VfFMntarr.. 7CS;.. -

favorably received ana It was decided t ten the board took a recess until next BLOCKADE 1 BEING RUN 8UC- PROPERTY ON SOUTH SIDE OF Philadelphia Public l-.Mlir.-r. di.i :n : ". ;7 I.: April 7*?, 1Ia). 78S;

that the council advertise for bids for .Tuesday' night at 7:30 o'clock when that city \\ediies-.lay uf heart Iixva.se: j .lune. .*>. Julv. p": .\utrrst. "
ying the seweras above described. t the fire ordinance and other matters CES8FULLY AND FORTRESS RIVER-WAS IN SITTING! POSITION He wan seventy >'.'Urll uf ,r'i .u. 1 oneof .

Frank Gallat addressed the council ,will be taken up for final action. HAS HOPES OF HOLDING OUT AND BADLY DECAYED. the bent o.lu"'n. 'MtI.OU( .:In :.11I' r.('- I EGAI. PAPE'3.ti. f

_laJJy.. to the' Darment of rent for -- -- .. f..llt sing pa-ts .. ...,. Sled Is.-

i1iIding occupied as lire department -I II i the C'1..rt.1I jf.rc: of Ib C'llT'Jft court
headquarters. and upon motion ENTIRELY NUDE 1Cheoo. II I U. APPEALS: TO today: -

of J. E. Lammnitf/ It was decided that I w. T. H .Unltton sat tife 10 Co N.

a check of the Miami fire depa1tmefltIp. Dec IG.-Pusengera arriving In clearing up the land on the bay n..llnJtI..n fur $i.'wt ant aeber e'aM4"rations .

.be made payabl to Mr. Gallat t with HE DEFIED ARREST from Kwan Tung Penllliular confirm front and on the property where Commodore PRIVY COUNCIL Iti 1 iii the east quarter stsetitioti .

tie notation un the back not sufficient the report that the Japanese<< have and Mrs. H. funds." and that the same be I! filed sunk the varhus hasnan ships at making preparations to build their -

with the city clerk and that the council Port Arthur. winter home, a skeleton of an Indian I o..t. Ft ,rIoJa Fast Cc.st 0..

pay )lr. Gall ,tt the sum of I2S.OO They express the belle that the destruction was unearthed yesterday afternoon by I to Reuben C. fask'rr fur $VJ.oari.*

at the first meeting tn January for December of ths Russian skips mdi- the workmen. ]I acre la section 4. tnwnsh'p 41 aowUC

rent of fire beasqnarters.. cite that the J.panl'Se have liven ap The body had been burled In a sitting I range 4S rant.
The proposition or ::r. Gallat to WHITE .MAN ARMED WITH CROW all hope of captmring the fortreu. posture about two feet below the OF ENGLAND FOR THE DELIVERY I II Deed Mo.W Land Co. tn Reuben c...

charge 30.00 per; month rent for the BAR BROKE WINDOWS AND The Jap&lll'Se have lost three tempt.tiobogli surface of the ground and It had itdently Of GREEN AND GAYNOR FROM I I Tanker for $1
Bra department ban after January l, III the Ipet three months fighting been In the ground many y' ant I ', 5. townshipJ46, mwth. rang 41 ea t
waa referred to the committee oa fire HELD OFF CROWD WHlLC HE and In the capture or :03 )leter for upon exposure to the air. all th' WHERE THEW ARE BEING HIDDEN WarraatyUee d. Ellen f:. Sheiwend-

and water protection. :; SAT ON A SNOW HEAP. Hill the alat\&ht was temMe. costing bones except the larger; ones and the I AND PROTECTED. '!!I and husband to sara .. Tasker for _

The city clerk,' was Instructed to, them twelve thousand t'UualtiH. Jawbones stili retaining an excelnset I Iioudon. ,, lUll five acres In section S. townakln
prepare a.statement of the coat and Several atealpera laden with supplies : of teeth crumbled at the touch -' 48 sooth rail It" 41: east

Indebtedness of jj laying the Eighth II -- and ammunition have lUll the Commodore Roome has several II'.... : Warraat dt'fld. r.amoa s. Taylor ..

street sewer and the marshal T was blockade of Port Arthur In the wt Imens of the bones and 1 teeth but tti Mary L. Ta lot for Plil.to) Jots 15 aM

authorized to proceed to collect;' the fortnight. and here are high hopetlud moat of the skeleton he caused to itt II. block GtI Deiray.Warrsnt .
i New York, Dec. 16.Perched upon Dec II .-Tk. appeal of the
amounts due by delinquents. I belle that the fortress It the skeleton deed.
will be cremated. Is probable Mary .Brteu-U sad
A eomtannlcatidn was received, froo. I the top of a snow heap at the cornetof able to bold out many months 'et. had been In the ground a hundred ''United States against the decision nfl I W. B. Brick II to Henry Prlc.Wll1iaIH

Glenn C. FrlsseU.' president of I.bt.. man Fourth completely Avenue nude and and 22dn armed street.! wit IIcrowloar. a years or more and that jit Is only one justice of the Crown at Quebec In thel] for 1600.00 laht acres ta section 34.
Miami Telephone] Co., apprising!: f dead braves who burled township 5. _Ih.
n
a kept half a dozen policemen Hon. John 8. Beard of Pensacola. ) many were case of Green and Gaynor was range; Hilt.
council that In acconiatice with thetprpe has been to deliver In a like manner. : I Sarah I.. Tasker and bU"haII to-
invite4 an address
crowd of bafQr
resolution November 17 I and a big men at } before the privy counsel today.
of its Ellen E. Sh
rwtJOol for lUll five
.0 the Wayne county. Oblo. Democrats acre
that the work ofj rebuilding the {,telephone nearly an hour this morning before I More than five years ago Green and In section 8 townshIp 4C SOUl b.
he was O'l.'rpo'll'prPd.The fanuary 9. and has! accepted the same. JAPS ARE ARMINGCHINESE j range
system in Miami has !*encomijaeored | Gaynor who were concerned with 43 .asl.Warranly.
; that a (competent reineer man, bed smashed nearly iscore TROOPS. ,ilee.i Fort Oall",
il been placed I if} cbarge-jpf the work of plate-glass; windows valued a A TallabRll8e.. Ispecial: to the Tlml'lI'"olon Oberlin lCarter in a Savanah harbor ("... tip Anti nny LA', for ';;;0 lot Las4 5.
and orders for material ategitine: $:!iiO.tO each, and! after being: capture- says: %'cst Palm Bach hast Dec. 1C.: -.\ {brisk cannon- contract escaped) to Canada and block Ii, Ml ml.Varranty _

several thousand' ,] dollars hme sn was taken to a hrs,>ital for tr' atmen- new eorpe.TtPi 1, the Rl'BltyIorf: I Irage nile! is rrocreiisin? .!I.>i risMukden. the center settled in- Montreal all attempts of dee-I. s. I. Patterson
and His' clothing but not him Co.. ,1111 rapHal of I The -, the Ihe t'niteil States I' and
placed. )Ir. Fris:.Ui also outlines the care. ; 111.OOI toonduct tine Japanese 11 supplying to capture them being 1 wife 10 Tn plea home Imf1l"v"m"1t

intentions of the jo-npapy wb..b Is tolet lir which In Identify him. were foam a loon ahl I mortgage ualneSl. "hir' st- troops in the .n'hzhborhood; defeated by the ruling of the Canada ('0. for 115 04 lot :. hIck ::1$. tIt"I.

!n a ftref-cla aTlrt up *o r.ale in a doorway mar b-. ;ie ;is appa ('. CbilllnS1II1! rth. F. O. Green, A. if multin: with arttllq'rviliv. and have officials from which the 1'nited i Warrant II....... J. Il. Tall1l11 'f) NIt

t"I, t-''''--ni1in ..>>iaml.J.ke|!cou-4 r(:ntly n laborer. an-jraon: *twenty-fin" -'- -* t. n. Cdj.t!. nn.j! R. .J Chillingeworth2Tt .- ',:. ly delivered them lelshtv Krupp Stairs hall! appealed to the privy roun- Pr1..rWiliia "f.r $1JIQ; Go'loIuc'ii
.uf !t11''i: '
asel .. ell of
England
_-.Jt>n company, having the work In | years PJIJ t. 11. BOl1lh. 'amI.TIlE .



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I Tttf DAILY I Ill1AMI THE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE DAILY METROPOLIS. I I"I more than ten per cent I --;---- "\

stuck of a national
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METROPOLIS. It was announced when the Daily !(ihs was first establiblied that secured The greater from the porllor.- ;

JI A.' I thou would be no "free copies;' or "dead head." and now. that the first year Macon Ca., ant! ,,' MAYNARDAND SON 1

-.I..b-r.. -day ntt -4;;: t of this paper| has expired we desire\ t-j make! this matter plain again and seemed l Mrs by Cbadw'ick.dinnittuting rtf>. I >]

.. u If has born nn-eivinR the at time during the last li
.1T4n t anyone paper my year I sums far e led' the
..I f. IIUII1I1NGTN. (,fit<
-. -- proprietors. It is not their desire to Insist thai anxone should or should not ,' ional bankingKeprehtnlam net. i I
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I read (lie Metropolis. 1h" paper 111111:1111the nes amt no one desiring to Keep .

p.eted11rMPtutn u.econd-ei..rm, ; ;r.t trta. I.lnertn.' I I I tip with the times can 'afford to ,do without it. and there are non > who are I I amend lUrtleU'emit* ,II i'snktnptcy defects! | .>in. \\/i\ ) ; Holiday Gifts

'irni reHsiie enough to wish to !ve.p 1""to..1! bill ran afford lo pay for It the I lions" eight eighteen '

t' non tstnern e"'p' tt P'ibl!.he "pc small sum of ten cOtS a we'iL I l hall.rltl"! act. 'III.- I. ,rr II I
m.tut.nd of the l'nlte stet,. at then Are remarkable for
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tilt meat in ihat of '
This barely actual l cost blank and the ililiTeryiln : ::
cb I
... price pays ihq paper
r.nw rmlral.Nc. *huh ho scel.s I their beauty anti selling -
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t"n.b..r I I > ('carrier or madau'l the cnuncous <" >.-! i.f ;.;: t.iiK;; aud piittin:; >tat newsit .mniii all ailj ,, qualities ,
.1&11.. ..... '' .. .. .. ..i.00 I I I ( Space
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by
Teat I: Iype l.itlAl I be tri' with IIt-r.-tt.1 InililMr \ertisins culunius. ,! eee nn;;s or a dismiKsM; 1 t l I'y ; will not |permit n* tntfite

mS Months...,......... .. ... ... l.W lir
rkr.e MOnthal.................... L2SDIt. U..I" 'n Ir rI1I1/ :r1 : I" r"lI, on ill. *e who h.I'"' been reading the I Ilu all rases of 11\ .. t d'f the many handsome
'II iit re no issu.ilile .Ie '. r
Weel b7Canier., ,' .. ...... .10 |ui-r dorm; ihu |put year anil I II Is rapt: <.t.: -l' I Ibe Iial very cue In arrears will I the bankrupt. of h presents we hate and
I". I prepared lo Iil.ll.e prompt teltleti.enl unit" inn any /jd all MC a.k U that situ

The iaml Printing I If the-rcare. any dipntatieilcd4elt-i, all lAc a. IIs thai tile! ) pay up .nil say Ira J. Carter.I I j come and seeyotiric-lf

I Iu.ert1ltac so and We will tr>' to struggle along ithmit il sir l-atroiuiK'-. merchant al :NuJberq'' -

rates mad known ont On the other band, If there are tboe who in- pleased it Would. do us :' Air Carter s i W. C. MAYNARD & SON JEWELERS. Next t \Post Off lc*
been mfeste.l with bltr
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t appU oa1l Kuod to have them also pay up and sa>' so ann] we will endeavor to enlarge past few days seteral i i ii

1 and grow with the aid of their patronage. i been entered. His : .
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What we wish distinctly understood' I I.. I hit't w.. an not :n the .business into a few nigh s ago I -
:. METROPOLIS BUILDING. i I| be burglars were, '''': -
tOppesttg solely on account of? our health.and that "'e nijust insist on having lay fur
fore they were | able J
at BUwL
UJ.P4 i'Homo what we have for sale. Those who du uut exn.-ct| to pay are urged to so i their purpose. The ( j I ,

Court Inform us and those who do intend to pay ar* respectfully requested to do .. stores of the I-amb Shoe : :

\t!! i so now I Company from j which .Keller & Miller
Fridiy. December 16. 1904. _. Na 38 coats, a pair of :
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.,.. f 1-- I and
-- goods a number of I
At a reiaonable estimate\If\ more than WOMEN IN BUSINESS. THE CAREER OF MRS. CHADWICK. ,| on Younglove'4 pho

t1001100; men have been {killed in theRossoJapanese I -- From this store(they Dealers in'
Comment has frequently bin made Harris' place. Mr.
war. And civilization Horn In 1 :i.. at'Eastwood.
Its bands In Its pockets on the steadily. Increasing supplanting: Out, one general store but Fish
ataIIda1b slaughter, continues. II In this country of men by women in :l I of the eight children of Daniel and parently look good. to ,

: the commercial and business walks 6f ,I Mary Ann Bigley. burglars left the place .
life. The argument nsrinsi that policy j I Arrested lesting a thing !when Ovs-ters .
-A Scotch minister says that the and tried as Elizabeth ,
is that itn ot only has a tendency I to the drug store of
from playing the of bouse bagpipes." And wl rt|"| rats drive do rata not I to unsex our women but inculcates I Bigley at Woodstock, Onu in 1879, forced open the! money a ''d Game.: :

unchivalronsness and a senao of Irresponsibility aud acquitted of a charge of forgery took therefrom U.''i% In
seem to itaind tome peoples piano
1 among our men. to'BaY I glars have not! been
ou the ground that she
playing. funny creatur$ was insane.
I nothing of the effect In the way of re there la no clue)] They
Appeared In Cleveland Mrs. ...
as .
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dudn:1; '-s"! ; r't""o a-ho ttnSo.wtnA -----
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.Wm. .Ha Hearst's bitter warfare on The American new woman especially Lydia Iljlgley in 1S82, and borrowed ; land," around JJewberry. I
the Democratic mayor of New York as she figures as a factor In bus ; I fish in
t i money hy mortgaging;; hersister's fur Sun. are kept traps-lured after Order is
la doubtless one way or, tho little iness pursuits, has beeen thy target ;.
soan's attempt to get even for MayorHcClellan's for much foreign criticism. ulturi. ender the name of Alice M.anj ; received
refusal to support him for that notwithstanding I, other
I! It appears however, 11t..tedu. aliases i'

Pre&l I the German kaiser's three I, 1Jarl'i4'1 Or.V.. S. Springsteen. 3 I i
enl K's dictum as to the position, offlcos II
n are" In jail) 'on a charge and functions of the gcntlgr; sex. Ccrn.any Canli'iisurrefth rln'd. October :21! 18S!! after IGro 1!I Orders taken dailynPr( ti to

of dynamiting ''a bank aMount 1 Airy is trending more pjgtetnuticnllythan ( ring her clothing lo a money :

lid. Had they taken & rs. Chadwick the United States to systotn) ol lender.Klc I II Phone Orders _- itmpt'atte .
t Into partdership they could hate saved crowding; women Into what aforetime -- -

{ tie cost of the dynamite! and probably were regarded as exclusively men's I \'" days later her husband!, hay !... _
r would have gotten await; pines pig fore "d lr to Confess her crooked That arc not pure aDd j t -

From a report| of Dr. Frederick I lion tVjinsacllioiiic ins, ordered her from his 1 Corner of Second stre t
thJ. | i iNo at any r.-"c.: V> 'I( sell our and [
: ; man who presides/ over the British consul at Stuttgart we Cud ':'

? muffled drum'!II' in the orchestra/ is not that there arc In the Fatherland many Attru .1t'.I. in Kss:; to collect prices oto .n.ble, us . . . . .. . . . . .
$0.000
devoted i to the commercial elucatlen before a ('
t 4 mecessarily a dead beatjpays the nil"alDghamNews. schools I I they 'tartj 1 ; ;
i( '\ Nor" lithe music of of girls. A typical and interesting Lam SI| rinx.-ten as price of separa- -- I __ _-
tho man-iiho, 'presides over the kettle : one is that or ne municipality I tion. Hencef{
drum necessarily' well done. of Nuremburg.This I I r
institution, the fees of uhk'hitre Kepor i-d! dead and buried., in letter I .

week I I4.SO per annum parable quarterly to frien is in Erie I'a.v.- .ho knew her Pure and Our I
But a t little over a remains in ; Presmp
is intended for Instruction ot girls; ." I
"Ma/ k'
as .
which Advertise: your1 holiday
spec- who have passed through the elementary i
. tali and general assortment of Christ- ; businesa. Two i lonths later, as Mine La Rose, Groceries tion Depart.
schools and desire to enfr -
man good The Metropolis Is in the kept clairvoyant resort at 359:; Superior : I lAk.1a11.Ai.
field to do this business: for An ; It w
you. The pupils are given a threoyears'course streetFour .Ia ss .... ....... .. I
ad. In It*. columns will {turn the trickso I embracing religion arithmetic Let Us Prove Tbis .... .. .... ....
dont hesitate but come along with uonths later mo".1to Ob Prospect ..;.; ; :... .
the ad.; watch business grow. commercial knowledge (including I II .. .... : : : :
p
ben principles of economics foreign exchanges street old number). To Yon. I

I and elements of German commercial October 3. 11111::. sued for divorce I
merchants law). German French English; ,I
I Dr. Springsteen, replying wi'h cross 1

the Metropolis. Why?|II| Because the shorthand commercial and geography: typewriting.nanawrltlng petition charging infidelity. ruported I I" ate >)ntt h. eea t rI w'a """ ... ..
RED GR SS'
Metropolis advertising their pays. It brings Year by year the number of pupils by afflddivorce nit of two. men and obtaining Liv I n rwy ttrdsa.e IMk rI Nts rI ikrk) law.PHAR .
them trade cells goods and enables I
them to feel and realize that the of the Nuremburg experiment hasmounted on that ground. I I ia FIAhJUI't GY ''nf1stationery.
up until in 1S93 It reached ;:Ik
hand of,prosperity is xtendnt theirway 1 I chocolates
the In 1" G lived at A rpolfg house
:os. and similar has been experience f ...
; 1-I' .I- as to the popularity of the 1 Idea kept b Mrs. Hoover at 122: Euclidcallus I I i i iI. t t I nay '... We.,
in the other sthouls of the sam character. GroberI
A Miami contemporary says that avenue herself Mrs. Lydia D. h. f. L B....... taalh.a 11h k.uiestWesl
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t .ra mod advertising Iocs dot pay. t I I Scott.In IN . Prtt lideit. lY .WIr etnllf..-
We admit that steady advertising is I I
IS. i In Toledo :
.. the best;|but never expected to hear A GOOD EXAMPLE. appeared as COUNER| I
this sheet which has BO many of Its __ I or Lyil a Uevere. and obtained \lltIe'l I.: C0 EET AND iIatiA31t I

columns died up with pates|' and dead The rector and clergy; 4J f Trinity 1 n.5 byJoseph .irgcry and other meats i We .. 511 4yky aIke
matter give utterance to such a statement Church. :New York anounCe that hens .anr9 < her
i, an express a::;cir. at
for.'unless; condition belle facts after they "will not solemnlymatri I i I Imkess .I JMT sew,
this Bheqt would be gla< ;,' to get advertising mony In any cast In whim cither dupe.Janu.; : .
matter of any old sort and time. party has a husband or wlf prang I ,, ry I 15. l.siw. arrested with ARE Sanitary Fountain

and would not hold the rice as a permanent who has been divorced for any cause'' Lamb on Indictments charging; forKery. I i f
barrier against !securing the arising bul>w ,]
1..1 the
same. A;:sort of half that "the marriage of any person wry' Lamb was acquit on misled fU h"

yon knob l1L.tran'\&Ctlon.I dhorced may not take place in Trinity j ground that her hypnotic Influencehad G <) frill $,ri >1i nrsk

I Church or in any of the chup'ss: of Che.: ren,dared ,him irrcsionsible.| She .I
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While K riotous mob, protesting parish."
was co vlcted and sentenced to the !
against the autocratic government of The New York Tribune says: "It isl I ,
the Czar of Russia, disturbs St Petersburg to be hoped that the example set by l'oilimb s penitentiary for nine 't'al'lIl| TO ;

Jtnd the Russian renctlonar- the foremost Episcopal! church in theUnlt..t I and l nixFrom months. .
tea and while reservists orderedto the 4
army States will be followed by 1890' !01893: she was a 'oll'lct'at .i
Manchuria bare to be'forced aboard clergy of other parities and denoml-1 If so. we would Ilk I
the carsat the point of, the bayonet nations. Nobody can doubt that the'., hard labor sewing convicts' shirts. tereat you' In using ,
all Japan.standing 'boulder to shoal scandal which has ltd to the'deeiaivel I I In I"r:3 released on parole through !

per.for the Emperor and the Land of action is grave and increasing; Though ] the of Governor VIlliarnMcKinley. I j
the Rising Sun. 1, I Ibi the demoralization of American soc(- J deplt'nci Miami Lime !! I

8L Petersburg. In 4\he very shadow sty due to the facility with which di-i; '. W. M. Our dine
of the Czar's palace the cry vorces tan be procured and reiuar- | In 1894. calling herself Mex. C. I- .'
"Dowa With the war*' resounds. In riages; acromplished may have been' lloo\'el"lIhe]( lived at tOO Franklin avenue The wall of a
Toklo. iti Is 'Baaita} !" Isn'tIt constructed of his '
; Nippon exaggerated; It Is causing serious anxiety mother'I :
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with her j jLET
(old number)
!signlficantT! I Ib r not only with religious/ convictions I are I
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.. _-" but to a great number I excellent I sltlfpl'. and a son of about : years. I I
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> who have taken eccleslactlcal hy herextravaiance
SOCIAUItM.? j persons tIIakln herself conspicuous
tows. I Fire, !; :
IS NOW DISPLAYING NICE.LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
The itetropolls has een asked. to I There Is a widespread feeling; however : .
1 11m.. about the ante sht I I
give a definition or Illustration as it Ihat SIK'h remarriage are sp.-c- AlIlu,1: 2' and practically! ; CONSISTING OF CELLULOID.AND PLUSH ALBUMS TOI
.
seen it -of Socialist" add Socialism, tally conducive lo a low estimate! of was released! from responsiliilit to' I '

and without treaiifns:: on the toes of domestic obligations when they are the pe itenllary. she married' lr !.... After once up ANOMANICURE SETS. CUFF, COLLAR AND WORK .
one of our citizens w bf n the 1 !cords ;IH-rformed by clergymen' wi'h the i!1 expense pf ''
chow! was, at on ; tint.> entitle i !'Hifif Messing: of the church.I ,1toy S. 'ha The first BOXES. STATUARY PICTURES. BOOKS ,IN GREAT VARI- I
that faction we will say j Fh.' oniinued 1 to occupy the Chad'ick '
Socialism but little more ETY-ALL THE LATE POPULAR NOVELS. SOME OF THE
Is a tort, Indefiniteelas'ic I INSURANCE METHODS. h mc.tra.l al 1X21' := nucli.lii a\'I1I1'" I'
term or Srather it is a word -- while thePormollt
I 1 ulicai 'r husband soon after: theft STANDARD AUTHORS. FOR 75c WHICH HERETOFORESOLD
with alt very well de med meaning;; 1 hi- iusurati'V': combine is sums to !i
"Scientific Socialism la t favorite term I 1 1'iarriiii ,e. took his daughter; aryl l went I II
I ask he Florida Legislature, wt aretold. FOR $1.50; CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS SUITABLE
with those who think t ey believe In to do something for it. and if itufnces !i- live in Knnipi .
Soclallsri) and who do not know what rates will! bo arhapce.) Ktcryirsslon ; Sb' IIII:1in",1lst; sums of mourniiikno ( FOR BOYS AND GIRLS "GEMS C F POETRY" AND "BRIGHTTHOUGHTS"
Socialism, is; at leas .I if they do tins pica! tar legislulna; i" I II I considering '
I fnnt' \\'n ..Jllrr..s. 'II'an..r".1I IN WHITE MOROC ;0 AND GILT, -SUITABLE
unable Inle
know thy are lIl'nlly!); I luard. and It I Is coiipl.-d with: (he pairing. I In much : j
define 11.1Suclallbm I s IP'S if moue in iinpnntlli !e.lsnate. .I.vrav
ihrcat of increase rates.! If a costly! I } wood. The I
FOR YOUNG LADIES. AND GE MTLEMEN PRICE. ONLY
finds most f its foUowerawhn ''
!,re xcurs In Boston or RaltlMoro, orsouh canvassed tbr'rwks'if' dPl'l'lol'
In Cities'- those { *.. much to
: among ( n no
other large the screws areuFbtehe.l '
] uneducated and city : ',"rth. ri Ohio j in search o," loans materials the 50c. A COPY. MANY OTHER A'TRACTIVE AND USEFUL
property among men ; in the pmilnrcs! nay theca an
educated: men of poor Mental' diges- I. ;'! that the insurance companies! are 'Cll'.l II :sted dells estimate I :.t from ARTICLES. WE PLACE THESE ARTICLES FORWARD FOR

tion. T0 a ccnsiderol: class :t is an 1 luting: money i it I II .1:11",1: i to MiO.M)0-aiid< ) live I In lixhe Architectural ;:
attractive study but in its last nnalv- What are the facts? '. 1 XMAS TRADE BUT DONT FORGET THAT OUR TAILOR-
I cry. in I'uciid avenue man-mn un'i i I It Unlimited. i
sis It yields no tangible refills, no According lo a table compiled by IheSjiectator. I '
satisfying answer. Socialism In the i the income of the Insurance! ;t 1 il :\oH'lUhel'' :2. 19i>l. the suit ..f II B We saw ''the stone MADE SUITS. NICE LAWN AND SILK SHIRTWAISTS OR

accepted sense means common own mi panics In the Vnlteil Stjileb last :'ea; in 10 iwovor loans of il I'r; '"tItIxisS' I DRESS PATTERNS WILL MAK JUST IAS SUITABLE
.That is 'e \% hare I
atract! to the man : little more size e
i-cr was J209.nrtltOlV or a her -rations.. ei''h..
who has nothing. Not lo the larmer. has $17, t"'.O'" a month The capital columns find planed I PRESENT : : : : : : : ; : :' :- : ; : : : :
The farmer as a rule owns his own w ..,; over I13.n00.oti0.:: Ih" toil assets Oberlij bnn '. through::; time prjib.tof ings |

home. ttTbe! propo&luo to yield nilership. wens over $3r.r..fifltt.0ti.: which isbn an j whi"hen I h .sh.' had ohtatnol ?.: In./tIIII. I

farm to common owne hlp with the ircrt-ate of nearly! $2".lj )tlOIlIl, [n the i -.- ho went to New York. i Broken tone for 1
drone tha sloth the (Indendbeat card! and the: year. u s'irpliis c>f M22,000.i I >()ft at the ,: Walls crushed A New Home SeWing Machine =
docs not al'l 1\1 to him. "
ixsinnliK;; of this year which Is anLlcrwtst Sidewalk, ant A
When It cones to con munal ownership ( lostnnd I
of ll.wu'lIo or yoar.O.ft.lO. PROTECT CANKEC'S.I' Lime always on
: of.lhemeans of production he raw J>''l'nhlll 9 written of 3t9', i 10 would beat them all
can beelied to object I
on entrhailruily
nnnsst over last year. Th> ns'"s; i, I ,
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err i liMle 0'1' J1" I I \ I ,
The Socialist! has a feir tertrs hlch ; \t I rl"it.' nf C.iHiri i.) i
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111 I Ih !I\ jI".I'1'; $S! lI.f.'hl .
lon'.1I I) li.lls In the ii>u<'('. O. i
he is fadd) of mlllnt tin |er his tongue .
'r ii'':"re than 11 ? r et <>i .fl'h'| ( ..ipI" ,;
in the fancy that It tnal 's him apr..arvledgo i .'S-M 1III p"' trut the r ;i- :I' 't!1I 'onertCronkhite
to have a profound kr< $ of theeubiectidrut 111\1; l ,("on.'in, : h''it I !" v "I' '- "" !:I H h. : '=. ; of ..Ors.-('badvtok's; in Ohm, d -
tli' T hi11 l I 'h ,,
'i-! s e iN'r.Ik'.1 'n ,
as a rule 1 Is merely I. rH r.: :11 cr Plan in l.uin'f .- --- -- ._--"" -
r .
27 per cent. wh.'e: 111. Incore salt ,
poor parrot. repeating what he bJtplckf'd "..' c "'f thy bats; nlsT t
n s< t 'h'r e'-nm.1 .
tip from the loose writings! ofdlpjolntcjl : "In' fnxw "? milllir.ted \ ,
The losses for th" vtatsi
writers. An. ;:lam! howeverabsurd rar"t" fft'annual rump' Iy ;ti,;.t ibis bi'.t'I gems':; "1'1 ofr1 1 I I
have been fiiinieth'iig; over $:l'tnnt .. *
1.1\ which th >-litors
may attract fold owes! as any I v. '' [ cr" p. !Plantinks
i .
been sub/ected
relision I ave lo I seciirIvlilen.i -
or eve a Doite can
; Ilo these figures; indicate ,hat\ the '
counted.d believers.. Insurance companies are on the' road II| stld':ie n toil/ about on X750OOO.lUrtletfs :;assets, which are.tx I i .:

The medical" fraternity j it, Is agitating.' to the poor-house I''I picks J<"tep;:to amend the na-onal cr-ional hank s bankingact bill I Quarry W. M. BurdineI.

over lh/i!birth of a two-headed; girt In Secretary Tan has arrived ct Colon. so |that on person or corporation .

,Xaaadrasetta. But how about the Wonder If he, will make a toll stop shall secure either a loan or on the ,I
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ISK BROOM! with solid BRUSHES, In magnif OCKETS, '1 _
DISHES in beau- in Solid Silver
Silver Hand< .re the designs a special se I patterns, with and: Gold. _An appropriate: PINS and Watch INGS. We like to bill
I | for all secret or about our assortment of
htest fa We. have HAIR for Holiday Pres ALMOND the pretiest as L Christmas
W very Present,
and
i w ever exhibited: in EMBLEM., plain solid gold. R Rings. Would you tike t.
a large assor cnn:, from ranging in price from 3.03 each or $18.00 one| th"' only eostj a tri with diamonds. know why Come and see.

J1.50 to 500. to $10.00. | a set. fle. '. From $1.00 up. $500.00. w. have them from SI.QQ
j i I I t \lP j I to $750.00.


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Pal In Bach Department 11'I'1 alll I:t inailiinij rie'a eOIUI'anIu for linnih.I the build.sit)'rarrangements' : : -- -- : c.-- : ; : .- .

tinreInn of the first in..in' I.r the r
b.t,, "'n Hiltnm- : n.r \",.hin.;
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Cent "1a'I"" ,. 15;; err U Koliert! fri/Rloy, who .vri>mj>a- This nnii tor will lie used in,' the first
HanD;; ucjrasio,,1 l to visit MrMaihams C. (' red! rh., party In :Mi.imiMrs >' 'u> inn! a Ihe run bet weeu 111." riliesPI .
this mormns.. at bis In'ami : C C. :Mallliof this city. h.is The "\'*tti has been; fully tested for' Real Estatet
ful home aj couple, of, mil< i from the uii<'1} t, rtli.t.ed of :Mr. I- t' lane short JIM us lint the demiyisiraiionof '
city, the Writerl was 'mucl impressed I 11':" shares of siotk-$1200' -of liar- its( seixut* at high speed and for .
by its attrietnunehs. and khe extent mama IxiilgV: A: A, M This stock Inn( disijuees" will l.tahll"hI- \ as the I
and ,'aluor] hU farniiu;; interests l bents six INT rent Interest an I Is re- : ,1"h'it"'l" adtnme in hworn ion in
The p.niamil; ? plantation' I is in two sir girded a IiMt-cl.ixs in\estmen Other I years.The.
ions, ouejimuch" the lamer) on the than the shan liouKht by Mrs. Malt'i tn serer of the <'oni|>.in)' I. J. t
west side) Off the;; county rod the o'lir !iy. 'Inn little of the stock Is outstand- ('oleiiian raton, of New York .Mr
< on the e1jst, sn-saiins about forty "';:, ami ailie lolge': Is in aenr flour- J Hr.iMonAstur "a son-In law of William
eight acres! five orfwbich ar undeiilhed. ,.in 111; (,,,".lition! It Is exported that all II hall pat his money intujhe a Money
Some fruit is yet >ini gath if it will lie rlIrt'tas! rapidly as,: it company '.'1.1 IK brinirins! In l I.Iscry Making
Bred but 4)( course, the m; Jur part of tan l b. controlled. \\t'allhr fi iemls he bring sill istied that
this ear's has Ion bince been ,. TiK.siIajtnins last it Wing the with lie i Ms given thesefi and .
shipped. |product| I I' occasion of the annual election liar- litClallll! mode for ittr.ir ,
In addition to| his extensive plner. ""uonia IAH\K\/ No. 13; <;S. F. fr A. M.. Mr. l> says that in the minds Investment of Certain Profit
Mr. Mathatns has fourtee i acres in alerted the following officers for the flC the rl !uf Morkholders and theirlengiueers .
citrus tree -oranges and \grapefruit, ensuing year: and electrical experts there
three-quarters of a mile from; his home, IJeorge M. Hrovin"'. M. I I is no! ,dou! t of the feasibility Hid prac- :
on Fresh Water Lake. The! residence j jis T. I), Brown-S. W Ikal.iIIl jf the system. The demnnsat'sfiHtl I'
near theTKhore.!; of lake tF'orth and J. M Owens-J. W rations I ave all concerned
sets charmingly"?..embowered amid n I., \\". lIur"hart-Treasurl'r. and the t ark between Baltimore andVa.hinKt
profusion of native and erotic/ trees, K. l. Hobford--cretary.. \ <|>n is now partly laid. He I I
shrubbery and Bowers. It s a lovely I The apiloli.the officers will not be ":eMts| this line to Iw In operation in \
pot and should tempt iu occupantsto announced until after Ihe installationof a little ov T a vear. The building and
want to Jive always I I the above named elective officers. operation| af the system-whlcli Is amply -
Mr., 1Iat 'ama Is president uf the ,' The officer elect of Harmonla protec' ed by palenta-are no much
,
Indian River and Lake Worth Lodge will\ tender a banquet to the less expe site than even the building i
apple Growers, and is eXl Pine-l membership next TUl'SdayEblng and operation| of the ordinary trolley .
known throughout the East Coast week. Such occasions are attended lines, hat he believes In lime (he
Js a pioneer grower having begun with much Innocent pleasure und tend mono-rail electric system will replace
.work on hia place IB 189C.J at which to spread the cement of brotherly love I the steam railroads.
time there fcwas but one house north and affection. I With' the system an invention is car- We have that .
r, of him as far up as ilangonla.$ There Although the weather is nnpropi I rled ",'hle" does away with oscillation. some bargains will -
was no railroad and the spot where floes, at this hour, for the Old Maids' I This mea,n saving on the rolling I
West Palmi-Beach now stands was Convention tonight, preparations for stock and I comfort to the passengers please you Houses rooms and
then a wlid,rness. I j II l| the event go on apace; and It Is very It also aids in the high speed\ the cars :
certain that unless the thunders rattle. make.Baltlmoie.
intelligent Mr. Matham's and thoroughly systems of. p the attendance will be large. Should peopl are In the directorate of -
and his eucce s baa necessarily been the fates frown Implacably postpone- the company, which shows the names ishedt will
i we for .
marked g |II' ment will be In order. of men Well known In finance and save money
.The regular meeting of the Board of highly successful business men. .
Trade did not.materialize last night. In the event of the demonstrationover you we will make for you.
President' Moore. Secretary Branning{ I .IS TO BUILD A MONORAIL ROAD. the long single track proving as money
and a few members were present, bat successful as predicted the building
1.'- sot a quorum. 80 an adjournment was A Novel Lint to be Built Between of motors dears sufficient for a five Special Commissions a Specialty(
T ordered until the next regular meet. minutes service between the two cities .
ing. Whether the nonattendance ofsembets Washington and Baltimore. will be started Immediately. The success Entire charge taken of ESTATES
was due to Indifference or of the experimental mx J e to 1M. ,,
was caused by the marriage at theCongregational made here will be watched with int. '
'l Church cannot be Richmond. Dec. IG.--.a.nmond., eat bv traction people all over the '
where the
first
known But there U reason ,to fear trolley system was country. : ]
put in operation now takes a hand
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that many of Its members do:cot real. I
In the starting of the mono-rail electric
tae the value of such an institution,
nor properly; estimate Its possible potency railroad which it Is said, will con In the >racers circle around theflagstaff I I .'
; the of fleet Baltimore and Washington with in the National .
in promoting prosperity Cemetery at 1
cars using a minimum speed of 100
a young city 1 1 miles boor Fort Gibson Is the grave of Mary Elisabeth : :
an I
A wedding took place at I
the Congregational very pretty Church. (The parties George L. Vpshur. representing the Mix, who died In 1844. Her busCharles I I Ii'

united in marriage were Mi. Henry ., American Monorail,Company, capitalized hand Cap Mix, was killed .
J. Harby of Greenville Fla. and at $25,000.000.: arrived in Richmond by the Sioux, andshe put on a uniform -
Mrs. Elizabeth Scybold. of this city.: yesterday and immediately called and ngaged in several expedl- I
the oUclals! of the Richmond ,
I on lions aealrist the Indians.
al i the hour
Precisely
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thewhich _
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been lavishly and dworatedand I -- r
JJtstefuuV :
was filled to repletion byIe: / wait-, I .
Ins crowd ofjnvrted guests. T le bride -
leaning on the arm of her fat tier who t
later ".ave her, awav." entered, one I I Y ouiiirmacjT I Allister Beck

his aisle brother.and th i.l*he groom other, accomp aisle.: | With!! Me -

even pace the two parties add the|' .'
SlS SSIlBlSStSSSlSSIBSJaSSMBSMSSSSStaSHSSSSai BSSISaBBaiJflirWI BBSMS
stirring strains of the wedding)':march. SSS "
spiritedly executed by Miss Jackson. A complete and carefully selected stock. \ buy our :iniys in Suite 21, No 320 One-Half 12th Street !'Mlam FloridaThe .
as violinist And Miss Clark ak organist small quanties and often, so we 'can always have them frrJi and I I .
,- proceeded toward the altar and ten- Our customers get the benebt of this an are always satisfied -I I
took position In Its front. IQiiickly
Rev. F. W.-Weatherwax, nsln&a a brief I I
Batu! Sri i. anb
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but Impressive ceremo1 'y. 'celebrated ja g i iai
Magic City real tropic climate where you will HaJ summer weither ia winter time
the marriage and pronounced the two
man and wife.v.. : : aintiu I !
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The bride J was dressed In ; neatly
fitting traveling suit, as It 'hid been I II -- -- -- -
arranged that Immediately after the, at the-lIOda fountain. Special creams ant sherbets Saturday I ---
performance! of the ceremony the.rouple afternoons and evenings. ', We, want you patronage and will Some New Tors; doctors ors: mw down the wells in the sink arrived In : tm small to drain the sink m> the
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1t'ould'leaye: by the north-bound recommending a me Ileal suoervf I Im the city yesterday and in '
always endeavor to see that get ttye'fv best in our line.PcrsMWl company noinntyuv made a coo tract with Mr.
train for their home at you of Turkish baths. The death of Lew with the committee. Messrs. H. II. McKay to pat down a twelve-Inch pipe.
jl I yer E. M. Friend from heart disease Dicksoo. and R. L. flyer appointed by Work will be commenced on it a. soon
FlaThe powerjyscht Eau GillDYlII8.j] AuesiUosi taw D. ,..r Deer:,.. of hslOfftt shortly after emerging from the bo he rilycnuncll ant county commissioners M thelplr I and necessary machinery
at which Governor-elect 'Ir room and the plunge has state th' i| to look after the work wentto for handling It ran be secured. When
party went to Miami a few days ago &** to an prescript*.* W. E. YOU IGS. :: PROP. agitation. j the sink aril -XBTr."el the flowing. this largo pipe I* completed It wilt
arrived in the city last night und tied)) well Th" water Is still rushing i l>r)lwl'ly loser the au-r in the wins
up for the night She left th!.'' morning Mr. McKay of Icala. one of the through the pip( the name *i It di.l I and b.t f sUffiCh.alt! to keep It at low
for her tome In charge of!! Engia-I I contractors who have been putting at firsts and while it Is a success, isl water 'Mrk-Orllndo! : Star.AMeetingPlace .

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AT OF THE CONDITION OF

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W| have fitted up comfortable room especially for customers' use; .

a nosy place when they can meet friends for buslncssconsututlonProgressive THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 1904.


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Condensed from Report to the .

1 Comptroller of the Currency.

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RESOURCES. V. '
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I Loans and discounts .. .. .9171,111.45 1

I Overdrafts .... .. .. 64&2V. > e
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I 8. Bonds to'secure circulation

I... I .. . . .. 25000.00 1
I
Dade County bonds 5,000.03
a

it Bank\ U.8.Banking Bonds house owned.. ....;: 49,712.9*

i t Due from U. 8.

I J Teas .... . 1,25000

i. have 1 I Poe from Banks 77,281.71
Must adapt Itself to. Ijhe needs of the Public. .Many people Cash In 'vault . 16,926.69
monty on1 which they would like to receive Interest and ,yet have! J{ 139323.42

their;, funds Instantly. :available In case a better Investment offers.OurJSavlngs _

: Department moots this want by paying' Five per cent! I $393458.12
Interest, compounded stml-annutl y, and by permitting withdrawalsto
k4 made without|riotl .. i[, LIABILITIES I
Home of the Fort Dallas National 1 Bank I .t
Wo! Ire able to otr'r.I(the' last mentioned inducement by reason of a Capital stock : . . .1100,000.00 r
laro reserve kept < n all deposits > I
Surplus and undivided profits I

Genial I Banking B siness transacted. Capital, Surplus and chart ... .... .. t. . . .. 3, 80J5

)alders' Uablllty Circulation . . . 29,00000
.' I WM. M., BROWN !
.Due other banks . .. 10400.00 PRESIDENT
I R. R. M'CORMICK. VICE-PRESIDENT
Deposits 254,777.77
I M. W. CURRY. VICE-PRESIDENT

O ,'-='" O'-. I S31J3,35L12 GEO. R. OOMPH, CASHIER _,

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MEN WHO HAVE !i C. ... Uarnar j. to quash an Information
Y GOVERNED FLORIDA ft lej against/ ,Mr. Harnard by Solicitor

!,.Is... The following gentlemen have lH>on yin nnton, charging him with conducting -
the business! of a ticket scalper or
j| Uo\emorK of Florida since 1M3: : bro.er. Tbeldwislon[ ..f JudR-f Gordon '
I \\' I It. Mostly, PIZ.-to: 1X19.j di> harmed Mr. Hamard from further
j Tliuii.as Urolll n. lxo: to 1x31.i :> pro]('('1111011. The tI.'<:lsloo'WIU basedoth
12 on the opinion of the court that theuie
I i jaim K Hroome, 1X31: I to 1S3T.: .Ia( pruhjbitln theacalpng': of .
i Madison II. ferry lxx: to lx+,1. rat!"uud I tickets\ 'la unconstituttonaL In T.
John Milton, die l In urn('.,. ISC. toix .r wonK'Ju! !so Gordon h< .1 that a
n:a i has as Inch ri! h: to- sell or dis-
,1 ;ic', l ,r I *Gj.t;
; + i, SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR V. "u of a rnjlnia ticket as any other
{q y .
;>- I K Alh-on. Arnl.! l.<; to July 0&,1 ie tit pefhoiial:( property.
i 1'| : 'I J this decision! : Jud;e Gordon agreed
\. HIHi i Jit.!ce J.lton L. Parser who, as
11.h .
Jul ;
'!.a \Iamu. } ixi- to [Ii-
f Jusiicij pf the Court nf .\I.'aJ .
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nf i ii i w Yor't. Stan1'i'"ii' rrr.Vri.l a film&'r -
Ihiud t S. 1Valkl .'r, January, lx,;i:. toJn :) This iler'-, ,">n if Judge
)>. l'Harrison< -. i ulcers. "as L I' Mr: Hanmrd. along with I tht other
= Correct U.-ed Ji7.! :Mto; 1x7::. ..
Clothes for Men liV
.
: I 1I1"l" u l" O".l.lI! It Hart 1 1x7.;! to 1x71, d.llli: i Ia tag with railroad tickets\ ,-. not an
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office off. use ariaisbl; .:: the law.-Ta.jj>a TrlMcCnary. -
rr1' kll bur r.
:Marcellus Stearns 1x71 to IS77.

(:trrge:; F. Drew, 1x77 to IS.'". T-
William U. Utoxham, 1SS1 to IllS I. 'nlloc of Kentucky. I.i Is
jof i he old school or'couv.ieru gentle-
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E. A. Perry 1SS3!:> to ISSS.
,, meb who adhere Mrlctly to the cere-
I i l Francis P. Fleming ixvj! to 1S92. ironies and courtesies t lat p."\valled
,, I Henry L. Mitchell 1S9J to 1S9G. fifty years ago among men In high
I Fed eral places Upon bis return to
II| William D. Bloxham 1S97 to t9n").
I Wa shington each season Senator MeCniury -
I'I I' William S. Jennings. 1901. to 1901 Invariably calls on the President
II I 1 Napoleon B. Hroward. 19 '5 t(, 1utt. to pay his respects and this duty
I Is not governed by the politics of the
a'I I \I Horticultural occupant of the White House.
Report for 1904. ,
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II I We are in receipt-of a copy of the I


(\rnascornes) \ but once a Year annual Horticultural report Society of the for Florida 1901. Stale This $1.00

volume Is well worth, to anyone Interested I remitted before December 21. will
In horticulture or agriculture I In pa for one 'ear'a IlUbecriptlon to tM
the State of Florida, five times Its coat PALM BEACH NEWS tad Itt.'CUI'e 2StlcRet. :!
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and Instead of the memberahp! of the that can IMt'otetl In favor ofany'I
'" i 11I" lady teacher in Dade for

.u....,. l" ..Vo'.. UP your mind to have the,,best for pnee. If it's clothes 1 1 uoiliing ii> 1 he tier should Society run being up In fire the or thousands.six hundred.This It | JLd manufactured.Do'' of Lau .........-. .-r ......county.. .-. ...._.......

report should be in the hands of ,
I I | every I
Hake W tan an ALFRED BENJAMIN) make. The first plant in Americ tising the grower in the State, but as the SoI Aot you know,the Palm Beach News
If will
I a request bring you a same
I clety does not receive any State aid I (

It"! London Cold Water Process was A fred Benjamin & Co. The fabric is ,I Its publication, the distribution of the pie:TILe ropy.watch Is on exhibiikxi: at the
book iuii8t be confined to its niemberip. -
| Bisj-ayne drag store
folded in coli) j r wet cloths and under rich-1) and I *| : Anyone can receive a copy o of I
put pressure], coming out velvety coking Ms( :' IxHiK by remitting $!.IH) to th I The Rules of the Contest

I"" S. ,-retary. as'a Dlo'ux'chbil':! fee. Kv-i The Palm! Beach News gives the

fit for long s< vice. The name Alfred Benjam n is only old high-grade garments. :. hide this report the members will re-1!; rulcjs governing the contest In the fol-

t-fhe talc I bener.t of the reduced rates i,; Ion .ug announcement:

Bia line i in a the new ellects just received.i i in lia.cliiio to hud from the place of "feach copy of the Palm Beach News ,

6 1. : .j : : $15 $18 $ 25 .f'. ..i.-.i.Stiitl*. con .ales ono toting coupon for the
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I, iii ;our rtM at once ti lo{ sat vh shied!. cau be cutout u.d filled
: PficeXmasGif
. I 11 O. Pal.r: '. c" re-'i.: r'-:rlda State'i i,out' and broti:,U* or set to th) News
; llorticutii l '' '.. . I '.
:
: < icksunvllle. '
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bus ness o!? 0 o:, nh'.ru iL will be de-
+ Fla.. and! l "' ... aeiil.ership'certificate ;'i
j ;<> :I. ,,I POM ted in a sealed receptacle: to be

/ s forMeR Nothing is closer a You Sleep Better I and jpy of the !book by kep till Christmas Eve day rend theo
return mail
tai n out and counted by a commIttee

clothing ma es a man look Man's Heart than his shirt IN A WELL-MADE PAJAMA I -.J STATE NEWS. :' of brie prpEi!=ont: cl:!,!!-.>r.. and the ,
wlnher announced.
lowell as a OOD HAT fitt'1 I. Spring effects in neat designs.
\<< ....., You get a''perfect one ;inManhattan John Alexander Dowle who claims "During the contest the subscription
:: to be the reincarnation of the'Prophel price of the Palm Beach News Ins
Knox Hat $5.00 $2.00 $2.50 and $3.00. I '
Sirts Elijah and founder of Zion City-a been reduced to 11.00 a year }'or each

Your g's .Hat $3 3.50 [ I.I ivllgloun of followers pretender .1\In bo Florida has thousands and I subscription' |for six months, accompanied
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Some Beautiesn lull Isaacs, of the Fort Myers Press by 50 cents cash, ten voting tickets -
It( at S2.0O, $2.5 I offer to bet two to one that be settles I will be luued; for each yearly subscription

I Caps Caps. I. mercerized silk at $5 and $6 In Lee county. Evidently the accompanied by $1.00. twen-
Press editor !believes 1 Ix-e county a
( MAJESTIC SH RTS haveu for cranUs.Florida Advocate. ly-flve voting Uct..e111 be issued
The latest style] is the Sir Thomas Men's Night Shirts moods by Steiner and for subscriptions to the amount of

Lipton, price"1]j. $1, $1.50, $2 $1.25, $1.5O,2.OO ai $2.50 & Sons price 5Qc lO $2.OOshoe I i I A solid car load of "Brown :Mule". $3.00.: accompanied by the cash. 150
I i amt I "Schncpps" tobacco iiassodthroiich toting tickets will be issued
the city today. The car wasconsigned
I to A. Brown Bros, at Ocala I "Subscription coupons ready to b*
EiClATCnba. OiSl/p'lDi l' JSlDLOeS 1 But high Springs can still go Ocalaone j hitch out will be found. In each copy
1 I better. We learn that out' of our' of i! News during the contest.
t b business men has just re l'hA inest Shoe made They cost: 50 cents to l.OO more, thaiji any other manufactured I carload of ]::!-/luJe: loads+l j- tlls.Ilkh .- 'fe coupons or subscriptions
$6 0 $ 00 i S[>rlnis Hornet. That'1 sen) mall will be'properly entered
n"'h-I
made. PrIce; .1 I 1111;. A Miuuil I firm ban on the n>: acknowledged. t
(I II. I II I a Bolt.l car shlpnent of fsh hiioUs.: "
1'resent (subscribers who are In
I
arrears+ who remit the amount of their
.Walkover and 'P ; Fish Conimlj-sloner John Y. [)f'I.
I : Ck..a.rd Shoes I weillcr is In the city todav. hating| acct>unt or those who desire to pay
I i stopped off en roui" from Jack onllleto I for iny period in advance will receive
For the tl ,busines I man and every day wear. Price I -; $3.5Q. $4.00 I New Smyrna. He will Investigate I volt ng tickets on came terms U new
be( Inroads' made on the natural oysur -
ter. I I bcdi! hire by the cunning factory,i subscribers.
r" I -I"|i -n! -m"'!to'- or"r the co.icern to, The watch Is now on exhibition lathe
rip endorf' Ladies S! .c3esii and c close. Mr. Detwelller
r iJ *- -r-j j1 jjtra.is> said that theuyst'r Jev.-elrJ' store of G.W. Idner ft: Son
men continue to violate the '
Then! shoes ate so good we could sell the agency for t tern to another firm in Miami for $250. 00Men's law gathering the oysters smaller West Palm Beach and will probably b*
than the law pt'rmlts.-St: Augustine displayed in'some, suitable place IB

i Record. Miami before. the contest closes.
1
'House and Bedroom Knothe Bro. HOLIDAY //NECKWEAR I I (n criminal court yesterday morning For' further information apply to
I Judge/ Cordon unstained motion maleI I DEAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
f I by,,Gun by & Gibbons, as attorneys for Wed Palm Bcseh.FlorliU.
'J Sippers Suspenders and Belts Two Large Showcases Full I 1 -


th Everetts, omeos Faust, etc. The largest ,,bon hne we ba e ever In the newest toned enVctalways : \Ve have I I --- _

it PI.; 1 shown the I handsomest I )liar; i ine : I I i II
:Imitation AlfigaU>r, for $1.0O p'50c to $2,0O Miami but in this selectionpassed \\ have snr- I C.\l'PINc!

blacit. and Tan Romeos! for 1.50 Men's all j'a.'ot.' efforts 1'a' II certainly : : .* .. '
ry Imyin-j if I ftjz] : l ?'-. i 'iItirft
regret
i II yfni fail tt sec our nets < .
.Leather tired Faust, fcr 2.50 in every c"ncel\cn H'J' -J J and Onrc.I J ; i. -=- ?i. > I '. .1
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DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS.Friday night I HOTEL RRIVAlS. I ,
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December 16, 1904 Ii .
County Judge He)'scr has gone to
'--- t tF. Palm leach again to look 'alter hi. EVERGLADE
Stranahan. ot, Fort Lauderdale: I grove and other propert Interests F. Stranahan. Firt Lauderdale; Mrs., Dolls From Dolly and j

I i. In..the city today; on business there. M. A. Harden P rrlne; L. T. Allen
-' \ Florida: i E. J. Jon I lira. M. A. Barden of Perrine.I Is '! Things have been rather quiet in the I Hen,T. Mesker, \Vl l R. Samuel ?t. LouU. -
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I among those In theNclty today on bnslI -: criminal line the last few days not ,
I Deal and pleaaure.Mr. an arrest having been made by th! tN CARLOS iChan. ,. ",
LeJune Cocoanut Grove W.'Charjifaiou. .
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sheriffs force since the first part of [ I, ;
F. Whepley and wife, Charleston, B.
.. Robert M. Reed. of Bos tun.lias the week. __ C.: James F. Quion, Newark, X. J.;
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[ *., is among the noted .guests!: k>f SOUTHERXaI. -. t Pretty Comical Dolls, Laughing !i Dolls
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r-.cuu. "'i"-M. w.J.1 ::; : ;-.J.w. : : ; cdwua T :,.-ou. Robert \\.
I !I elocutionist. and her physical culture Scott Chas M ott, McKee Rock and Crying Dolls, Talking Dolls and pin"
Jacksonville I work In perfect See her at heron best SI1
W. E. Gerow, of rep t'- PaBISQAYNE 1 _.
I aenting the Standard Oil Company isI I Monday night at the school audit : Dolls. What kind of a doll is there we haven't .

I among the commercial men KceMog+ num. E", L. lira d)', (;'10_ R. GOUlph. W. 1'. I
I business in Miami !b Get tickets tomorrow for th _
i| your Chicago: A. 1.. 1.tj1\. Sa"annan: Florenee :

The Second Adi' .'!ltst or this ciy, : .''i elocution j on Monday and ulghr.musical For enlertainmei.salo at BP-. Nellie II II.l'arllng.1 nbo.It,..,Cambridge Beverley! : :, Jass\Iass.;; I gation. Have you seen our big display of ::\ :: :: :: .

11 ill give an Ice cnaun! and oyster ffjs- ', <'a>ne drug ttore at ;3u teats for IXI W. E. Gerow JcVsonville: t' H fV
Uval-at the Fair building for the Ix I.. I'I nerved statsArsons __ I Steele, Rkhutondl I J. U. ItonJ C. -
I ft of-their church hind. mibehi, Fort H'une, In'l.; Mr. Ko-I !
I I! :; the recent arrivals In MUtni. .I Mrs_ r'e'I: j'cw"ork... .
Mrs. Florence H} Darltnr, <,f Can-i, this winter !Is Mr. (!,-o, L. MotTat, of IAnCH flLI.A-j I ir#I I I f
ridge, and Miss Njfllie II. Rhodes,. ,f'', .ndon., Kn;:land. .Mr Muff at is on :. i ':I>r. and ::. ii [loss, 1
Jlplerley. :Mass, are among the prorti-,: visit to his muth.'r, .Mrs. M A. Mortal I .Ir and Stns: ar I Swiss Caarlehe..I; ,
I incnt arrivals in lUaaa to spend ttye having been call'1 here on account o.. II i Inll' al'"Hs.1 i: n,: Misses Martin, i if' Silver and Cut
[ winter. | i I If' her illccss I .\llanll1, Ga.: : Mr. and Irs. Gardncrj: I U Ii Glass
efv; Mrs I., 11. \r('a.', SIss 1lcaI,1
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'Mr. and Jlrs. G. &:}. Weyl prominent t j The Metropolis Is In receipt of an \'0'1./ .; Law ilell andwile I
I of New York t'itv. can e imitation to the oponinuo f the For U. S. S, forward: Captai'i Broaj-
society people d : Pierce hotel, which will take: plat h'nt'ln.1'' wife I'. S S. ForwrdMr i
I in this morning from the North atI i I I -
next Wednesday night! under the management J. H. Clark. Boston. Mr. and Sirs. A.
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|season in Miami.tame! e'l. ol A. K. McMullvn. lessee an' I IS. Tatum, city ; Mis. J. V. Alexander, II I
'I manager. Ad.ars\'lIIe.: Ga.; IJ B. Tatuui. city. I-

Work on the nengWatson hardwarelitore Fahruey YOU SHOULD COME HERE FOR YOUR HOUDAY! PRE fNTS.
building at corner of Aienbe The regular meeting of the Knight Dr, Peter a wealthy Chicago J I
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of Pthlas will be held In the New hall ''
D and Thirteenth street, i* progressing manufacturer, has donated a BECAUSE DfgDE
I the structure In the Cllendorft building tonight at OUR ASSORIMENTGAN HELP YOU TO
rapidly and beginning
7:30 o'clock. Uniform Rank K. of P. large estate Washington county,!, ,
I to show its proportions.'Mr. I Is ordered to assemble in fatigue uniform Maryland, where h<> was born, to the I ,I I

I at the above mentioned hour. German Baptist or Dunkard, church.I lIt ,
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and Mrs. lloman. of NW: .
I York City, bare engaged rooms at will be used ae a home for aged :
| March Villa and will arrive in a fewys I A praecipe for summons was filedIn and shelterless members of the de '
office of the circuit court
the clerk's
i, to spend the winter as they d.id this morning in a suit for damages in nomination. : &
-- I hi I the sum of flu.oOO. Instituted by E. G. i I BURqINE QUARTE R.MAN I
I Pendleton against the F. E. C. Ry. Co. 00000 ooooooooooooooo :
The revenue cutter Forward which i \V. I. Metcalf Is plaintiffs attorney. I
{went to sea a few days ago: after hav-' fifty Thousand Dollars "1: ,
line been In or more.t !
port aJweck ,
Miss Lillian Johnson, of North Dakota I
Lapected to return tomorrow and st ) l .
j has located at the Everglade TilE WORKING CAPITAL I II
lover Sunday. If not Jonscr. as come"f\\ .
Hotel as a commerta: stenographer:: j I Ian.l I
I the offlcers have thlir wives, abd fa where her srnlces' r ... i ir
lilies visiting la Miami. typewriter desiring The First National BankOf
I may be secured by any one j I.I I.
.1 legal work copying letter writing on
Fred Rutter th| excavating' cutaer any kind of work from dictation. ) Miami i
|tri>...or tnr ih.. fa)in$ of the new : I i
Dsatns about the city is now progr s-j :Mr. J. M Barco went to Itronson I AND ITS ASSKTS + ACCKt'GATING -- I :
a..,. i.piui> "uh tiLe work by hat 1 lag, Tuesday to be present today at the' OVKK TIIKKKH
I crews digging for 1 the lateral l.pi SI famllrcunlon of IJr. J. M. Jackson. U N I) R K U THOUSAND
Ion both from Atenue Among those present will be Dr. and DOLLARS I.NSUKK:: TO m;-
I Another extt'nSIOC..i'j[ Ibis work prt ..1 I. Mrs. J. M. Jackson Jr. of Miami. lrs:1 POSITORS A US() I. e '1' I;

|tlcBllr : f. : Jackson Is a daughter of Mr.' PROTECTION LIL'IR.1LACCOMMOI)4TIONS Toys and -
-prominent-- ; --- I Ocala Banner. f: :i8 AND 0!
the visitors it
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I THE BEST, FACILITIES. :
[The Peacock Inn al[ Cocoanut Gro 'e: Dr. R. E. Chafer, dentist, has leased 8 8 .
Mr. Harry Munsod, of luolkJD, LongJUnd. the room in the Metropolis building
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I amusing stories are,;* constant delight Company, and has removed his I
I to the guests of the Jnn, and no story- to'walt i i
outfit and is already prepared
I telling circle U complete without hi t on his patrons. His office! is large,!ONE CENT A WORD .
: ; I light and airy and makes an Ideal
Don't forget to attend the ban tar; ( work room.
[and fair to be held>t Filer's packing: ,
Lemon City tonight by the L-- Ben T. Mesker anj W. R. -r- I
Messrs Goods I
ok Under this heading all local .dvetl..me..ta > Holiday
the Len-on
|dies Aid Society L Samuels, of St. Lbuls, who will constitute
pUn Church. Supper. will be sent;( a part of the party who, under will be Inserted at theuniform I
|lid on the European i plan and a most the directions of Mr. Isaac Taylor, also price of ''one cent a word for
I enjoyable evening U;;pledged all thou the first of
of St Louis, will get away each Insertion, no advertisement to .
I who attend. Partle. from the city cant Next week In the yacht Granatsa fora I
"i on the 7 o'clock and return be less than 15 cents.
up month's cruise In the keys of the
> 11 o'clock traln. -, 1r lower east and gulf coasts, come in
Headquarters fancy ocenIndta
this morning and will begin at once to
ecc.. at Wilson Flye's. ?
The sympathy of Abe neighbors make preparations for setting; away I
friends of :Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Perry I jsI Monday morning Immediately after loan 1I 1--
I extended to them, occasioned by tlat the- arrh-al of Mr Taylor and other I Money pn gilt-edge Miami
h of their little pabe whouied, th Ii members of the party. If suns rodsami property. Apply, [o R. 11. Seymour:! ,
'rl8l1ell
I morning at an catty hour tl thehhome II reels and all paraphernalia pertaining building.Furnished I
in Lnrkins. ,I'ndortaker H .' to hunting and fishinar are an I I
King sent a casket 4 jow'n this morns Indication of what" their luck will ha', house'and rooms for light I I

land the little one wll be laid to nI the Gratia: 'a will hardly have rapacity housekeeping, apply CSS Twelfth, .
I this afternoon by thj- side of a slstvjiI I rough to bring back. the EpoiH I I street L LI I i .
Clara Belle who" fin N'ltemtwi I.I I AT SMITHS .
I two years ago. Colonel James t:. Ta'p. of Balt'-norn: ,
I i Hens.-Fiftv fin hens for
who" has visited! Flurila ncr,- nlnitraniorR !i young :
The boiler plates find heads for tlIII. the recent arrivals at th" Wind sale. Mrs. T. A. ; 'rice, north of I

S. quartermaster ueparlment stoat ear! \\'h<"! ('nl.nrt 1 'rdo ".>n<-. tosonile J"rk. limits on A\eniio C: city
|*r General French, jfchlch has been I
it Is a sure sin l: that the tour
": the past threo weeks awaiting; r .ofton & Einis.office opposite the ,
to bar boilers jtrrited this mar 'I: 1st season is about to open II" stated are selllns Juvtnlle's bicycles aOOK
and will be ICaiiJIoa at once wh" > P 1 :yesterday that !!ir"v Is no' Uwtt! that STORE.Next
? for the holidays ,it low prices for ,
[she will get away, fo'r her destlnati-; II there will ht' more tourists In Florida ) .
arleston. It ally" be remember dI I I, cash 1I I Ct ;
this than e.t'r b< fo- -. and that
year
that the General Fr tnr has-' t-a row I j" 1 -
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er boilers began [leaking and sits : Tate ,..ill s.e:, ;.1 'oi e time: 13 ( obliged to put: I lq here for repair j Mile, and will I', :: voio St Autis' ,rcJ..st&le t It "'J"! Hill &: Cautler.
and renfal agents.; Rauler- :
tine to be p,psi"t .t i- np"4gag: of | I I II
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Blundy.i rIaevetand. on| buildir.p. Mian I
i Ohio, arrived this ..am. ri I the Hottl Ponce V! Leon Ho expects ,I ,,

kor the winter and lviii occupy the r I 10 visit! the \anoiis resorts along the( In I; .. '
Standing loom 7 be at a premiumat --
cottage in Fort mllas I'ark. MfBlnndy I ; East Coast of Florida! and mavoxtpniihis ,
has large iatf rests hor-j and trip'to: Ctlha--Tlm.'s I'noia Col (the auditoriumext Monday night :

la great believer' In ;jne rulure of S.i i j Tate Is well Known in :Miami where j I GOIto the Discayne drug store and get.resen'cd Mit'!i -J Mry! Gifford IVinije! i n, .I ,
ami and is doing all be can to help t
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develop the city.' Ilfhas been talkin) bl'iE
land advertising all$the summer nn time at ih p -,' ": !'I net In contriion with the Pcac',x-lt Inn, a: ,
expects! to have irapy: of his fries' '__ __.I Bargain in fine uprmht piaro Just e'o. apt Gro\i Miss Ct;ffiru i I Is a I Ir DOANE AJ RAULERSON J
down after the holidays as a result cm"i taken In exchange Price $175; easy.I 'Iua t. .f .
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efforts f 1'ROMIMXF.SS COURTESY. payments Bush 9 SafTorJ P.uno Co. :| S) "ana.! and a teath.-r vf ,> ; yearnI L'BALKRs IN I I'

bazaar otil'm'lt' In the Sir sole Steinway rcprjetentatives.LostBetween ;: I'xpr'uce! In the schools irf X w
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l' school room THE WiXTs OF ': scy. a State t"ltC'b.'rs
arch yesterday afcrrconn and' roauf.d 10 I bourt house! and :' il"catc for Now Jersey. Pupils will bt- I Iacca.pl"11 Choice meats, Live alert tics". i."liolcc"'tr(,ultrv.
OCR Ct'3'I'OMEiiS *KKbOME
through the eioning. wnsi mot Lemon City, open-rf.ce gold watch, Elgin between the aged\ of eight and l'ulllol..Utellhon|
a success than bid been a&ticlpa OK THE FEATURESOK dressedpoultry FAIR
and as a result }quite a Dent suijs I OUR BUSINESS POLICY movement, scr
realized: both trfem the sale_of nfreshments and bead fob. Finger will beSlberally common school branches, instruction i

and fancy article The rewarded' of returned to court house. nil be given in French Gorman and
bazaar wU continne again this aftei--I The First iNationa! Banki If will I l.tc..ors .. fc. H4IAILEKSOMCO. a
noon and tontght .jnd U the same si . i attends it that did yesterday, the orr.i MJa r11. Doane ft Ranlerton's meat market to the convenience of guests Corner 13th (St. and Au. D ..ettt.n to'ttis

1 receipts of the.two days will be Is Bow:looted la U>}e Stnrterut bofld- of the Ian who desire to bring their

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COLORED EOPLE was the establishment of a new and i Miami Conservatory Music, .1.'

HIRE AND ELSEWHERE IMI nluir relation l;">taet'n (:oil and I FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH Director I ade County Title Insurance \

1 ; man. 11 was the origin of a chosenpvpl. .
In | \.' and the prninisf of special di- I j 225 Twelfth Street..
1"1.1 turret lot nut 'l..IhrJ. >impriMnci' and blessmq under ;'Complete courses In Piano Voice Violin. and Expression. and Trust -Co of Miami Fla. jj
wlneh 1 ) they .10.\.1..1..1! In the ,'n'ra. Classes In Languages Harmony, History of Music Sight Singing, Etc. i.j W. ,',
p :"''rll. M. 1 Mcfu! etch i+ ,ill, : \"ry lion thai, followed all t)h., way to the ]l' Reasonable rates. Modern.Methods. Send for Catalogue. ISCORPORfTED:t '
Ul| She floes 'not i itiatiF '1'"a ('tins.iy i FACULTY : i
rmuio..r 'lirist', who way I Ib.- fullillinitii j I
are asked u. ] fur h. r. Paid Up Capital $50.0 :Q.OO
of ,it.oM 1 <,-u>cnaiit and the uii- !PIANO.-FranWin Coleman Bush Stern Conservatory of Music. Berlin. Ger Surplus, $12,000.00 ;
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p!'l<'r Swarrf neen Iff! the olhcr day I .;Ii.ir of the I"'W'Hy! I many.VOICEMiss. Insure land titles preia'M abdtratcs of ''titles, loans and Invest
lot points. up in i ILu Sun-, and thfiin.selling U.-v. J. II, Newman.ArlfRiun = Hanna Phoebe Shippee-Boston.; ; money on Its own account and tear others. Acts as agent attoraty-U-
to .., ),,,,..n1110- VIOLIN.-Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bush Stern Conservatory of Music Berlin. '
r tart trusts. a.-slsne' i-jecutor. rfevlrtr or guardian.
i CULTURE. Miss Lilla B. Carey Drtroit. .. .
--r1 EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL communlcatlo-i
j wrll are to be sunk at' 10 Address all!) -is to
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('h..aI'l i anylxi.1.to in the oj'v. 1'un' West Palm Beach. It is to bo hoped j LANGUAGES.-Mis.. Hattie Carpenter Columbus Ohio.oooooooooooocoooooooooooocooooooocooooooooocooooooooei t S. I-. PATTERSONi Sec. and Treas. fM NJi

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lay as was antirlp tpil,I to !key \\Vst. .- -- I I Geeeeeeeeeeeeee T
119 will preach a: etb.-1 tm Snmla: ) If you d.-m't want t.. SAVK: M'NI'.Y.: : we ',li"1 5
Light.Airs.. I I i Magic City e help| )'"u. I If you do, ci-tilc t.. <'I ,.

i Kli/.a llraINlirla {j.[ II : ISUT' <..rr..- It's Mighty Fine
Murry. <-ani.- 11 yeserda; n.orr- Drug Store. :
: MCDONALD co. ,
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tin)*' with I her.. sis. I : [r;: A. BUTLER'M.'' Uj AN1: 1UY YOli !Ii 1 i c THAT FRUIT CAKE OF OURS i

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th"r.'r. unit? 1n OIlIrrh.101'"
tight al.iJuliapti; J parsonage; Mr.s. j L Proprietor. Long Leaf Yellow i 4.J
Thomas Gars and !r (i-retla Jtlly :l i jo And if xi.ii just tl..te" dainty and delicious fancy O
.atG:3a: P.|fiI. l>v Be (| N. \VIIII.-iniR..'!' ]Droji) >!. Patent Melkincs. Toilet Pine Framingat :_ I to cakes we arc sure you will he interested to learn that
JtltJI..r tlfllbp i' tliiircOKI : $16 per M. our new baker i-making; ]stmtetl/iug lIewM in tbi..1ine z
I I I Articles. Snnlries, ''erfnmcrvaoi 4) for uWe think they exo I au,.races we' lute yet seen.
., night was Ih regular in,.UnR:: StationeryOnly fm m mma m O Thove who have tried them y me:back. Wont .1'l'U tn. them
ofjfthe Brothers an I Sisters of 1.0\1 I Isoil I } I
Brick kinds ,
Boards-same! price.Ve also sell Liine. [L-t ] (
hlth at BarnweiiaHall. I
Charity{ uet Drug Store In Colored:Town
I>. (!. W. S., Wni. Roraer met COK.ATX O AND FUTH >TUR.I i i Cement. Sash Doors Mouldings, and whatever else a j Orders taken Now For Christmas Cakes
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with I hero. .: j! .! I I iI builder requires at lowest possible figure. I I !

$r. fines Howie* a vry Ifiiliistrl-j
pus young man of this city has purtbaw.J -
a very nice Morse ami one ofStu.I..b.k..r ORANGETREES You Know Where We Are-Utti Street.. Miami Fit .
the rn er-tired yiirreys.This SfeYBOLD
is a very nice rig and we knowIt 09C IIOOCIOOOOOCl: 1:1: CJOOOO JOHN
Mr Bruee will make pay. I : O
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Mfhere will be--a-hie:' rally at- New J I XOOrMQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX) OOOOCji Miami Florida. I '. Twelfth Street

fount ZIon Church on Sunday. Th;.I kinds of Stuff
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pastor and mMDbf'I|I tY-blre ib-i h"lpof I A fine supply of Orange OOOOOOOQOOoooo!
Everybody. All u.r f ::,\I.M to rouemti' <
I and Grape Fruit TreeHfm j are called
This grand rune Is 0Ihlt
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ftoold never be ofe" look>d. Th ranpeand Rough I
TheX alas cantata will come off Moo-, condition forplantin now ,
< night after XoiasjR Dade County Farmes
1 Write for our 1905 catalogue I
1 0. STILLEY
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.- "ery member of bee mmmlttee on which' gives ;jdeBcriptionit and Truckers |i
"VMy..and means it I regpectfolly re- and prices:, on Oaeas Dslhaead1 ro .
ested- to meet at the school hout94lsht Orange and Grape Fruit !
at 17 o'clock{ The committee: also on other Fruit trees Sure need, the Best .o.ooooo.o.o. oo..o
was mailer large enough; that them Shade Trven, Roses and I
wMiId be something }lone. Every man ( "
wllo Is OB that committee as has any Ornamental ShrubsGlea Composted MId WeUlKottco!
interest in dYln<<.the city a knowing Box Miami. Wm.. OuySbns' ;;!
Address
Emancipation Day should avail St. Mary Nurseries. It can only be had in one way. 135.
.tlbtlelf of this oppotf.uollY by coining
.on t tonight :m. W. GEl.Ay..iS
II Key West. FlorIda
G. L. Faber Proprietor.Box Delivered to any station north of Miami for M-55 a ton. Any station '
t I It HEADQUARTERS
file Mothers Jf Ine 1111 be on south of MiamI $6.00 a ton. FOR
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7. Mary.
A Monday a. ullual. jAil mothers are I -- ---
naked to attend t.I1i. meeting as they I Iwe I CALL ON HUGHESI& CO., Ship Chandlery Building
of'much bend if pnlperl cuiducted. .......................... 1
We treat al they will be I I Who handle the Miami trade Materials Of All Kinds.Coal .
mare favorably eon tiered tlln Ihey .
baeno We do all of the ,, G. D. Stephens agent for Little, River.
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thpughUul ladies tlf the City 10 lake:Take t lie e Big Boat.)!'.J and Ice Steam marine Railway, Machine Shops.Forsen
1Veihheuld '
active parts 10 Sue mestins. I !
All kindot ,
I Im Itoilcr
like to ace a preal'IIer8 gels: --- f fi repairing an i Steam Fitting can l>e done at the
ct p >-."'it) c manner,by expert skilled m..cllauica
'delleodll larg1 upon what Unitnfralning daily to the Beach, leavirg the Stone I| 11 i, ,I
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we garb ur children.tJne I. Dock al 2.0) p. m. landing at the new I .. ,
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ferry dock juct north o' the jetties ; ?.. :...

that ever of the uccurntl most mentaI the city d.iuhSl o''et rI .: where very fa<:1II1Y is furnished for I I f.,1f-'I, ,;; :-,........-....,-- '..t'j'+ ".lrr,'". ,. ',. ,."\.1 I II GEO. Hi MEYERS
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rc4 )'('Sluda:; abuu u u'lIutk wheaMrs. ;ood bathing and the Beach being enytlrely u\\' ', ''..'''':.+. ; ", 1 > -
Annle..MeCrar .1i.,1. She ha.lbeVn I ". ._< r"t.- ", '
1I"atcb" very c osely by the :;00,1 cut off by the training wall from \r .. c.1t (, I" .. .,J I Contracting Electrician
the -treacherous"earrent from :Norrli I .. rtisee h :' 1f'r\
women of Ih3 eli\( h they knew she I .;; / t 01 t'
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w'a$ Ill' a tritcal; a idition.:; !She haS Cut Inlet there Is none of that under / _. I
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lIulJered int..nsiy f ,t 'tieral ,WCf'h. tow which makes sea bathing so dan- j Launch Supplies.
The n"Dl'f'r'll r. :!n'i M\'Ilp Ih' mme
Ilatteries. Spark Coils !Etc.
curfall was she, y-ateb(1. Only Reroas. .,:.
through the klndncKij'of th> charitablewomen No channels to follow going over; DC 1t1.1.nuc C .Miami. Florida. Write fur prices
of Jjb-s city that she was careriforj i Long walk afur von rn thrr.. and I I

lIt adDe)Ielime as the her husband sufferingran:; hail tI..rt..1 scarcely unol.11I.I lu-r lui. i I" ;)MV( 25 CFNTS I FOR THE I I FOR RENT to"'$125 lurnikhcd each for huustii the Tourist of 4 to Season.10 rooms:3)at turni ft"l9I -
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With all the skill of the physician she ROIJM) TRIP. I i I i i-hcd rooms at five dollar to flit per week.: PIERCE & HARDIE
bad to succumb to '! nib ono y."tt'rrl3\ .
A v.rlctof city residence at from f.oo to .
about 12 oelk. f>'hi will Upur. FOR SALE Vacant lots Sly; ) to $31A.; A well1it : !
t Stoi
away t TAKE THEM BOAT J I
; i'proved farm or of 110 acres near Miami: all hot class all around pn'pIttllh i
p.t The Bhle.' (, : : This.wewilldivide upforasettlementbf 10 families tt'lclbcr. Wetareorange
--\ 9rbe II and gram fruit groves. all kinds of improved and unim- HOUSE PAINTERS
tide. hall lwei}:pari II. known as provedlandsnitable, for fruit..trn-kin and farming' All IIf these the I
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tbel e:Old Testament knd, the :'\".'. A MenW re_ IJWXKR'S'LOWKST TKKMS. General 'conditions govern price: .

1..tIer. a word. plelge! than or I rreement Lament, h.or rove.ntut s.dtt -. -,- i C. C. Carroll & F. W. Amason North of I -

'roD and h':J"I'I ch 7racter.; Th" lie.brtttr .he YOOMI-uor. r Kona A'm v. '.ncceswr* to C. C. Carroll. Office 21"4ve| l u. North near 3rd Street\ First National Bank I Miami Flonda

wont means kl'ntlly.a, -a cul- _. --- ." .. -- !
tints<." reft.'mng 10 I e ancient custom .. '
.1AtYOeT
.d.putting an anima :In two and paaaIhg .F. W. HAHN
between rart8' rall'ln nr hlndhi BITTY BROS. i ,
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.an a .cement. lI..nel' rams the I
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.rpreaslon. -to rut covenant? The Architect and Builder

.dd.;: covenant was! he promise that ,turn arm DOCS Machine Shop
.oil made 10 Abrah In when he called' YUM Wilt no*cant +: I now' have in my i employ one of the bet
Jtlr;' 10'P bl" om and country A 101 or TIItSt.1QDIUS draftsman in the South and am better
to lab1l5b blDlllf'1In. another that 'V that prepared than eve{ for furnishing plans
i : and detaillor "<>d building: fine cabinet
wai.. .proml ed. fGt'Im:' 1..3.: .. In the I ,RERMTAI0 MML YOUR t f:Cole and Kerosine Engine work, etc. ?1: am now headquarter
".Iplloa.of Abrah, ID obedience totbl owett AT snarr uranMia.TO for turned ,work 'fsrroll Hawing and all
.divine *ll-w ,;lbe bedmslsr nf Hit" Goaa PHARMACY. I i Repairing a Specialty work usually done in a FIRST CLASS
: :" .. Ii LI-i- planinj* mill.
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GENERAL REPAIR WORK. Send me your order for doors and win-i

I ;at'Men OPS 501 SEVENTH STRE1 T. MIAMI. FLORluA. I dow frames ballasters I '(bracket etc.

W Want Most I' : ._- J' and be convinced MIAMI FLA ;+


{ i is comfort and luxqrv.* \Vc are thefieopte 1 Co. I Ii America's Most Perfect Wheel.
who can grant these det-iret. I The Hudson Cycle .
!, Our latent designs and patterns in !
the meet fa..J.jonahll' fabrics have
: airived. You jnst !.aJ'httutoe\thtm. I AVENUE n,. MIAMI. H.A. The l.ao o I e.
Oar tailored suits are tincti\e in

i. t.tyle.in efTe perfect t. Let aK to how fit and them pleasing.to you: Anything and Everything for the Bicycle I Differs from the bicy le. Cashes one-fourth

easier, and is propelled the same way.

J. :A. WORLEY !i AT THE RIGHT PRICES The less the friction, the easier the push.


!11.:. I; Idler 1m. lit rilnt 1m .... sir in Lsu..: 1IWiI.-.wn.t SL huh.Trs. The Racyde has less friction on its Crank Bearings

_, ,z..... i ..Met .lie! e&yr..pscbralk 1m. Lied srro .., ......kteb. .*. than any other bicycle.P1Ltmb .
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I No Shoddy or Cheap Goods., No Shoddy: or Cheap Work.
I'MIMi BARGAIN/ STORE ,I, g

..t........ ........... N........................ I i AH repair- ",01'k
Anew !.ine IIr < If you want a Bargain f I is.righi, britq it back lad I have an uptodattlplumbing establishment iajl

I"'Poor.ee sa Worsteds I bur jour i': : Make it Right I connertion with my Bicycle Emporium, and am

and other' Dress fade b. the "OBIU" f J prepared tu dn the I U-it work. Call and see me.

filan\lte1' Call and MX our line of I..ck. : !
Patlms I It Drtss Goods
k .. ( i t >erjr, llIhe....OlassandTiaware : j ))on'\ t.hrilyour bras pluytfvJ <>r rinl-Iut tires auat. Either:
'f.--....II............ .....+.................... r logic tube or G"&J tire. We'll vulcanize them :..,.1 make them! new I M. j. MCDONALD ..MI
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GOOD ROADS STANDS MEASURE-LITTLE CHANCE : Miami f House:. ,


cprofefsioDsjATTORNEYS 1 Assuredly Will Not Pass This Session | .
and Stands Poor Show Next. Newly Furnlsned. In new location. (Rates t.50'pera., : .
1atters SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 I 4t .' St.. Mlt m., Florid.
15.:; There I Is absolutely -
\Yahhin l tiu possibility that lie good Located on th, banks of Indian River. Finest 'j and Fiihlnu
Hunttl'1l In F1.
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roads bill of Senator l-utiim.-r. which'! :
.. has l been favorably r'i"tt'.1 by the Where People of !The[ Fort
n .z FT'72.1. ''I' Senate uiiiniiuwe on apiculture Pierce; Hotel
ami lureslr, sill pass at Ibis session
''of Congress;; and It Id: extremely doubt- I
fM EAT LAW, fu: : v.tvtLvr It will got ibroufeU the I I Moderate Means. : .\. K. McHllf lessee tmi lyaear I I[

.pr <*t!a alt toast tftr.tad TelcriJklSaetlStle I nf-xt. I fain $2 to $J. 5betelL.k.ftr, jmfcs*st L> lilt cti. H tR 11'I I 11t: F:. .'I (/KII A
: it nil I
The )
primipal rcjisun shy
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for mUkisicKad pertecttciI s
nut fret au)'\\li TWo. | Are MakingCoinfottable I
that there is no acme duuac.l, fur ii
O.Bn:291'. !ltlaa l. Fla. j ,
among the I haters of eilu: 'r body oil The I ,
i Congress, or I b> the 'people, ate! that' I, )
T. SKAGGS. U. I., the present session, will In- i ngagex, ], Incomes WaveilyHouse-tss-\ I ;
in a,|,n>;.raii/i; uiitl oilier l-illa of ;,
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Office wit* R>4Cr<..1 Pb.rma i. more pres-ni)4 importance. I I ,,
KMl'trnrr'tcurrcr .l4trre 'I I : ,i
the bill
As carries an appropriation(
Ae I. .if $::4ou ,non', its chances of h.TolllilH Choice Properties i dos [irfiti SL MRS .S: BU.I.\ WELLS.! :- __ flL

.MIAMI,' --f FLORIDA.-- hliui.law at the The next fact: bcs..iun is that are the apparent Uepubll!) I . .. . .I . .. .

J. H.. JACISUS, Jn cans greater are now expenditures confronted' with now plant'for that i We Have for Sale t. Corner Avenue 15 ani 11th i Street.I
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ornctjlOTXI. they have money to meet und the order I I THE
1 has Rune down the line to kl'tfe'pr'lblng : .
BlSCAYNK BLOCS,Av :. D down. The appropriation Go A. MULLER ;;Propriety.SAN .
however would not demand an Imme Brick business bloc I on Avenue :D>> .....'.:j. 6.50.01 I II 1 _
MIAMI, FLOBID.L dlate payment on the part of the government 10 lot on Seventh street .. 1000.00 t

and the advocates of the i 1 house and lot. bar front, riparian rU>t>.. .8,000.00
Ra W. B. Al SH. measure may be able to get It through I,' 1 house and lot foot'of Twelfth .. 4000.00 CARLOS I. i
a year from now. If they can show
'OIDe.02t-32tb.tr4'Phan.M.&e.Mence that the money will be expended: slowly Fins house and lot,JThlrtenth street, m odern improvement .i 4,750.00 :
I as will be the case. < S houses and lot on Twelfth street, ft m IUOO.OO to .i 4000.00
,108:8th: St I The appropriation Is to be expended tree. Fourth i
I I room house with Ztt lots wlcn bearing suet t.000.00 t
I MIAMI. FLA: I evenly among the states and la arall f'MIIY'! Opal aO.ele4rat2.SOperdajaR/rp
able for a period of three yearn aftei House and lot on Fourth street near Avenue D 8M.OO TIll tPO
the enactment receives the signature 5-room house and lot on Third .i 1,908.00 Special. pw wivk to Co mi,fr) tmn. d
W. BACD8'I L+r" .
'. at the President. The states that desire House and 3 lots on Flrit niru-t fir all .i 1000.00 Jlm bAltl'Lti 1ItOOM. 4
I to procure their proportion of th I 1- -- hg itke m us.JMIMtl 1Ft. f'.v..
iM,8pM lor BiUdlafS of AU Kioda, Fin pitying one-half of the total cost ol j 10 acres three andi JOe-half neared, bearing fruit trees, near Coco uLt ..

: IBwUeaec Speclaltj.f J the Improvements Grove ...... ...,.. ...................... ....... .............: JOO.OO ..,.........,.,.,. ....,...., .> ...... ." .. *>

Orncr. ll5, AvE: De D, : (0 acres fin" farmlrr land at Cutler .. ..... ...... ...............1 1300.00Svr J Accommodation first class Fin VUw of the Bay

f ,_ .. 43RI9FSE>l] \ RIVERS AND HARBORS. orange and (Grapefruit grove Orange Ridge..... ... ......i .,000.0Two "> I J ,
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.ARMO, [ fine young orange and grapefruit grove on Miami river with1 I '
f ALTER, C.DDE ', The Bill is Now Looked Upon With: >
I' Suspicion as Being Grab Came. l riparian rights, $3OOO and 5.000.00- i THE BAY VIEW! ,

grohlteot. I' \\;>sblngton. Dec 15.-one argu II | House and 3 lots on Seventh street, corner Avenue H; ............ 1,250.00 I I .
I meet that Is tx-in? used by the advo j Fine farming and C trees lands from $20.00 an acre up. t
1 I I eaten of the good roads measure now Several furnished houses to rert for the season. Call and see us. I 1 ..
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Room 4. MetroptSis building. I is that it is of as much importance tc 4
J rs 8 to,12. Miami Fla I I'It the country as large appropriation I S-acre grapefruit arid ptreapple grove.. .... .... ........ .....j. l.OOO.OX .
,(, for rivers andharbors whit h get mil 10 at I'Snd 7 room house, barn, stable, tool house and'work house D.M.CONNOLLY. Proprietor ort
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R. II. SEY LOUR, lions every year. In fact the rivet bearing orange and gripe fruit grove, on Miami rlve with riparian .

'and harbor bus bill passed be each year bI III i rights-an ideal home ...'.,.... ...:....... ...... ............ .,. K.000.00 'I I .
Attorney gtl-acv Congress: come to recognized I Ins '
II one of the greatest grub games ol 20 acres One pine land on which U a S or 6 acre orange and grapefruit j I '
I Next to Terminal Pier
1 Oposlte Railroad Depot .
stet\ tjStat& the century. It is like cutting a pie grove: 100 bearing trees. an'! other varieties of fruit tree; 4-room house
Will practk in anJ Frd.rPartic.lar In front of hungry boys. Evrrv member i: > MIAMI. FLAI! ;
u ; attention, to Corporiii.mtllo. of Congress dell'lanlls a piece of I good well etc. Iggest bargain In Dade county; 4 1.% miles from Miami'on .
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Real Estate Bind rr..bn l.a this big pie with avidity and greediness : ( Rock Road. Price. $2,500.00. .rtrs a .ata .a..as.a..ara aa1x'aaaa t.. ;

E...I. Fri-.ll BDild'Dlfl'l MIAMI. FL4. .! and if he does! out got it thcrf I 3 lots on Elev nth street, for all $:$2.000.00.: ,
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Is falling out in the thaI
a family 35 acres pine and prairie land, 10 acres improved, hall mllo aouthj of Cutler

:.D. & C. M 1! ROGERS I I I threatens There was trouble so much fur good the bill.slu.T! in one Hotel; 800 feet frontage on bay; 400 bearing, fruit trees; (-room cottage, I

fI 1 of the bills prepared four or five years furnished; horse and wagon; 75 laying hens and out building PrIce $4,000 f been

CIVIL ENGINEERS- I'I'I' one ago of that his best President friends McKinley to put the asked m<*asI or the 10 acre with all Improvements about 400 feet bar front, for $%,.800.00C&I I Tie e' Southern ill modern tobegtd ,< ,i II

I tire to sleep. Senator Carter of Montana i j t i I II' hire ,
tr'f! is Biiliiie. Nt 4321-2 Twelft, I was the man who undertook the ----- f t IJ ins'aiied.
Street. MiiBi| F1 rjjl. II Job. and be"taiKeu the bill to death In
: the senate In the closing hours of that SPIERS & MERCIER i t
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I I body, causing It to fall of passage. (FORMERLY Till!: "PIONEER HOTEL." I
fpONALDrim I The pie was a big one that year carrying I! Proprietol
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GEO. A. FORSSELL.
$60,000.000 of good stuff. Prey 1 : ,
Estate and Insurance
Real Agents.
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idem McKinley complimented Senator
( F3g1fu7er! j I j RATES FROM;,$2.00 UP
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Curler on his work and said that
.. Dos 1200H Avenue b.
rim u4COCOAKUT AoI"'lIowufk La a 1 in or
he would have vetoed the bill if It
OBOVK. apeoW'f had passed. FLORIDA, I Corner ol Eleventh Street and A'enue B. I
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In Congress a good-roads proposition _______ ,:__ _e..._ ., __ MIAMI. FLORIDA.
Contractor() & 8 ildetA.W.GRAH" is that It will mean the actual + .-8-.-.-. .-A-h. a-FB-4- --.... .1. . .
k cutting of another pie If the law once
MPrios.low. tr, pauws. Members of Congress will 1
'il t End plenty of opportunity to "make
I employ ""' ........ Let awn of the
a" Mthttoctlem. me in the expenditure money
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ru.rwork alld are y. m.mer.ReteMiami would be something wonderful. It is
.ralded. ,Florida ''I declared that too many members of .Opposite the Postoffice.
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Congress now hold their places slm- II MIAMI. FLORID '
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FRED n TTER. ply through their ability to get their I ; 'I

[General; Contractor. :, large districts slices or states.from Congress'and tbat the for result their I. : OUR STOCK IS ; ,.I I ,

Grading Blasting!!' I i!lIs constantly that huge being political built up.machines are I Full Laur j Hardware Open-Season e to May'\ 1905.I" .

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Wells DrllleCU Sklewalk I An illustration of this Is shown In SASH NEW AND and| !I I .
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and.4fload."Co.trucUon the establishment of rural free dellr- '
I ey. That baa grown to such an extent Salem Graham .
I TENNIE M. PARRISH. that In many states the rural tree delivery DOORS, COMPLETEPrices Farming I :
I-*, 8tmnocrrapherAnd- Typewrite ;I carriers have come to be a pow-
> er in congressional districts, frighten- PAINT Implements
pepi itio .ManKo'dt
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Ooatt ItepactlBC. Low
log member of congress Into getting are
..It. T..ek.r of tu.Srtlu.d omc.TwftllStr.3 ,
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Just what they want. A year or two ago
alek they organized for political purpose THEJEFFER
Hours II.* to 13:11I..w "/ to .=-.
and In the last election attempted to
Ra.1/.u.222 A',. c. '- defeat several members of congress i J. W. WATSON
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MkynardGRADUATE last session of Congress for an Increase ei I,
| W. C. of pay.Thematter FORMERLY TilE HOTfl. 1 KHY: WEST

I has been called to the J'T ....
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OPTICIAN I attention of President Roosevelt and ---- L CURRY. Prwpriet r '
With Maynard' VSon.. Jewelers I I he U having an Investigation madeto Tile climate or file Fast Goth of FlorliU I II

ATMM D Xnfta FtoM, afar: 'I restrictions determine on the rural question free delivery of placing car nearer perfection than that] or ituj I I OPE1.1.I. THE YL\R. k.\TLS 5J.no i' / A HAY A\D UP

den taking any part In politic- In a I
ii' district where there are several hundred other place on earth. t e I i t
One Half Block from Terminal
.f0115I1ONEfAZmTAlt key "hI. I Mori'a
of these carriers, goin? daily ,
from house to another and spread ---
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elrga4arK:ue/q, sierra.. l/e yla4..I! ing whatever they desire, their Influence .
may be easily seen. The representative MARCH: : : : VILLAr

\White Eagle: Shoe. sure to cater of such to these a istct men u More almost or I.t.I,1 .

i less and In fact they do this right 4.. Opposite :I2o3ral Pa1i Park: :
! Four hairs. Bai'Bai'r NoWaitin along. I '
With river and harbor do-1 rural ,
Best City. I free delivery patronage: supplemented ,,-- ...>'.:" t Corner Thirteenth Street und Avenue B.
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the big Influence of road budding 'J/I/f. I i
A. COLBY by I (.III'} .
Proprieto,!, by the government with Its necessary \ I
_302 21.fh: Street. J I expenditure-x thousands: c:! dollars / { Miami, : .. Florida.Rates : ,
. e II the Congressman Mho has bemoanedithe t j' .\,1J, : t.JU'm1rno: ; ( i
loss of pood places for constitn- \
f.'OCEY5K1DNIYCUR aThks. I ents by the civil service will be bet JI- 1\I. '
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Installing little Marine : : } a'N'fi nn 1/ :: j
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:-::'. J /- d..+- "'''>I.'.1\t "." ) / t -=-..1 that caters to Ladies and GentlemenSpecial
0 'fr --. Restaurant[
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.. u4 U. fornoii Or.... Groves. nMpp1e I'Intatioe ,
I I oio lllcr.dorf( Block. Airoue D.
CIIAS V-S. Pro
B Are D. Foot of Bridge == (__at Crates anil Ttg
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:-:::.. We handle etervt ;ling in :Mart.ir1: =-= i are mrbrd frail J-kwitIc! TU the I

, E Stationary pas a t\1\HiaM>linc I Kf"uufs." :::: IXOKIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY. The Ideal' Oyster & Chop House

.E lnincI.ought ant ,,1t.I..n cotiiiaiiion.lifllws. == I

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:E Spark Co and Ruos netos. Wire VaporUorsjBtrtcators. 3elc. L aAir.wry 410 Twelfth Street ,:I

, E:: slurs repaired aoJ adjusted. Propeller ftheeb == :

|and other parts ordered oa short ioUw Steak. Chcps crd: fish. Cyders in any StyleBy


tbe quarlt late or gallon. dame II Seawn.
On..E: d aCam = at MeUM ......... Gaul td J1wWa..W...4tr's.lswl ;

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I '1700 Are. D, Foot of Bridge : .L\aEOn.. '.Btrcwrn, ".tx uksn,

tUttttllllllllilFllllUIUIilliU lllllliitiutilliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii ......-ii.___ _..... 'aata, \ J. Marks, Proprietor
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t+f V"'i'Hint (' fur ;ant
r"n"y. rlersyineh l h.-re marled a cm' ( I I .
Otflcers 4.i10 not l>ac.< tlini
tibn.EW'ilhoul.ylo.and.they.recently s<-ni for Carrien= 1'<'\'\' JTs1 1 I !i
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/: "ain /Z" ..iI.: a,K..r/.1 frifiu -: =- I .
\\ S<\ twaus It Is superior: to all others
Wichita. Kan.Iu'' Kkirte'l 11\ bystiuhing .. I': ;....' : ; ,
a roul ItI to *lut5 in a t"X'.1.5- -v#,- { .IIU.-"' < -r : -- --- -
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olio joint near ,the railroad xtaliou. (- .-' : :;: _,""",,!:, our, price and terms a;f' easy. 1f..0I: I ---- 1 .
She angered the :!:amblers and players (. .:;= : t ri." |ant a good machine. Jet ns tell you
aid they began...h >;;iiK at her feet .I "'. 'r ............t.l"I. ):.
She wufcTorct-J lit'...;._ce tli" Cr.it Itg; of .. ... .;. ..'\ .. about the
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her life. |! fI'S'II"Thl'n she v .f .....-- i OLIVKR. RHODES'GOOD
1iJ''Inally: abe wasj
ft{iaKhed the miijror aa- Home oottl..III'tQ !
;the "111 jh Ujfstjon.. The l bartender ,, .
threw tb& hungstarter at her. .
btUing her in the Ktomarh. She left I
the place. follow, 1 by the bartender r. j !
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who wan later arrthicd for assault.ifSn.
machine shop been added to
Nation the-i, made a speech[ on A Pas
the plaza. She said ere woul go to our large establishment to satisfy the : GOODS AT FAIR
i4'the city hall and pull out the city demand for a first I flaw repair shop PROFITS
&1'IIhal'a whiskers if he did not clone .
for AUTOMOBILE and OAS ENGINES .
the bar looms and the ambling ---- ---- -- -
jdnU.ep She vlsiteil one of the newspiper I and that fleparrme&t U incharge I -
office, and seeing a cigarette In : of skilled! machinists. We are
the mouth of a reporter. Jerked It out at your serrlc j '.
throwing it bn the floor, stamped I P; \ i l
upon It One of|the men present uttered i i
an oath a d,,Khe lapped hu face. :
';! wiBJC the newspaper office, she t .
rpbfce to a crowd In front of the 1ml Idng .
-aM asked them >o tear It down Johnson.EINIG.1 ; \ ( )
Mule the paper had "roasted" her Soccessors to Lofton' *. Miami, 11* .
work la editorials. Carrie later met \ E.I /
the mayor. She grabbed a cigar from I ----- I ,;." \- I. 4
kit month and stock tae lighted end mmmmmm ; \ \ (I) : ;'
Mto his ear. She was thereupon ( mmmmtJtm1m1tmmmmmmmm'i'Nunal1y' '
fsted, but released soon afterward .J, i \ ;
>> "I meeting of WHO ISYOUDruggist I "" "' \ :/
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There was an The \
prominent men of,three counties along Ii I ; \ Lhose I
of the
Harbor Division
"'i" tae Charlotte
'4 AgC. I.. IT.,-Polk. DeSolo and J CANDY --J ? == ; \
the men who had much to do in I..re-I")!
.lojr-the, county displays at the It Pure i. BiscayneDrug ,
Tampa Fair a success: when the Idea : -5--I I
WM 1vnced and heartily appruveaj:- = -
thai the three bounties should torn(:= I i' Rhodes] J Overalls =
bine"to hold a Falr| of their own. It :
eenenillv, : adm Iteil that the conn-1: i -5ac -
lies nit/UK utik lId<: of the ruad ire the'',: All ,-f our Untn.;, z :5--'k5--5 I
.ibnw tii A 'C. I... has its attic;, Taxed: to!;: I rk VN
preparation are ; I
IIIDte the great fiAlling nze:: and vegetable'R ':=_= This Store G Insli.O /j : v I. .
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of this R..-il< n. which il! cuioiiniiuutil !: has the ). (i> l
.... a1.iI- of the crux "f or-;::: 5 u r metluxNare ==I : fL / /.QJ I t: I \ \ j o
k61ca and lapc fruit tif t h' oniir,-';::= SOLEAGENCY I commeiulcilbv == i f / .j. / I o
Htitte. In comparing notes tlu-rf aplitlliit ;:::: I all reputable ::::: fL / S't ---S: :
.l to lit a general f Ihjls. particular ivctipn of th<- snlc :- / / / / i ,, ()
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to work for itself. Jacksonville ;: .. -
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throw naturally her Inllfienre t fi jls it to for her the iniertyitn0 East'!I: l1Jl111111111111111 1l111Jll1 l1Jl1111Jl1Jll1111111111 J Jt I. c i I/. C '.I \ ,.\.$\ \. .... ""

Const, while Ta: pa. whose interests'rtiiill : I
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> tJiuulJ be l"| rai>|H.il up in the S / : \4P
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development of the Southern Gulf'twylnties I J \
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shows i 81-"'? hearing for G 1i
thf| Manatee sec Mon. In these nrefemcee i / S
the throe coon: ::es of Polk, / :
D Boto and I to enter bait') the men *h-> hate t ; / I
itched developments are coming toreptgnlze
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the facjtj that the Charlottellajbor i i -
Division nil..'. *oi-; out ilsfocure
own salvation to I: the full Iwn 1111-1111eila GET READY FOR CHRISTMAS
of new setllc-rs.+ (ca-ai.ni| anufaclurinx ====
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Lrstearu: must |make way for dec-1 1 S

trijtlty. in tine iomothlnK( may supjplJBt ttAL I .
Ih? politirlsns' hot air. < I
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