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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 17, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLE, NO '9 :==--- JlIAIII, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 17. 1904. ,: c=-... Piice b Gents e




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, OCCURS II IN' LONG ISLAND SOUND GREEKS I ( CLASH( HAPPENINGS-'L"'-. I -ON STRIKE AND NEWSY, NOTES



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NEAR MOMS R AND LATTER ARE I STEAMER OUS8IE IN A BECAUSE DEALERS HAVE CUT
and Nine Persons Perish in the -
., Steamer Glen' Island Consumed 1 DEFEATED TROUBLE BRE7A FINE. LIST OF PASSENGERS I ON'- THE PRICE Of FISH FROM 10 TO About Ou Schools Heraaad Else.

Seething Flames, Though Some Escape. FROM MASSACRE OF A WEDDING HIM MAIDEN TRIP FROM TAMPA I" ,5 CENT A PIECE WHAT THEY ,
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. ft L I PARTY BY CREEKSConstantinople. DERELICT OIL BARGE. FOUND. SAY. I
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ONE WAS A. N'i the giving\ away of a gasket or I I II I I CHRISTMAS I PROGRAM' .j IS hiss

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i rubber washer on a star boa r1 boiler Dee. 17.-The massacre Metropolis Bureau Key West ?la.. The owner and crews of fifteen or PREPARED '

of the battleship Mascachuactt at he by the Greeks of a wedding party Dec. 1C.-The teachers and pupils of more of the mack encased in catchIng FOR NEXT FRIDAY i

Ol fir R A WOMAN League Islanl NavY jarl Thursday near Monstlri' November 29. and la the convent of Mary Immaculate visited kingflsh for the local houses, went BOYS' ATHLETIC CLUG GROWING
three men we.cal.1 to death and t
I four others seriously Injured among which thirteen |persons were killed the U. S. SchoolsMp Hartford on a strike yesterday afternoon, and. AND! PROSPERING.

1 them being Lieut. W. C. Col 3. The has led> to numerous sanguinary conflicts Tuesday afternoon. As the ship ls today their, boats are tied''np at the ;

r cause of the accident 1s Inexplicable, between Ithe( Bulgarians and anchored In the stream,[the party enJoyed foot of Avenue D and they are beady F 1
as the boiler had just been cleaneda
' ORIGIN OF THE fRE,UNKNOWN- :, i/tonouncel :t> tikworb.-.I!; Greeks culminating Thursday in a a delightful launch ride in the engaged la discussing the ritaation'
stubborn conflict!!lasting for fire boon. ; Hartford launch from the government and the future. Next Friday the public schools
of
' OAT WAS EH ROUTE TO NEWPORT The Greeks were defeated losing dock to the schoolshlp. After boardIng According to the fishermen the Dad county and the State win dose '
The United States naval tug Mohawk killed and number the vessel the guests were escorted strike has been for,the holidays>> the pupil and
FROM NEW YORK TUGS sunk mysteriously. at Norfolk twenty-four men a afternoonwas brought on by the teachers -

-'' WENT TO ,RE i UE.t Thursday and a naval court has l-een wounded As usual the local authorities below spent and In a pleasant delightful jeoaversatloa, local houses or some of them at least, before having' a'again vacation of two week I

J ordered to Inquire Into the same as It have taken f'aetIoD In the mat IntenDaned with much music and announcing that they will not pay but bon, whlcbl! will l be return permed to their umtoterruptedly la.
II believed that the sinking Is due to J
ter.
merriment.. In which "Blue Bell" figured be cents each for alaKnsa this sea. until the close of the term ta
other thau ,
weans : *n sales '
'" I conspicuously. Rev.{Father Bran- son. when the price heretofore and under Juan. :
Dee FROM MIAMI TO nan and D. Pease rendered some selections Friday, as Is '
The New York stock exchange will THE ISLAND CITY which they understood they were tM closing customary on
New York 17.-Nine .persona, I which received hearty applause. of school before the aoO- 1"
laelodlng two passengers, lost their close from Friday before Christmas to -, Light refreshments were to fish was tea emu each. They sty days there jwlll be appropriate exer

lives early this morning by the bom- Tuesday after Christmas. Meter Beau Will Race After Eventsat served and after IncnlgUig >. some that the most of the boats were out close la all of the various -eI i ri

lac of the steamer Glen Island! ) eamute Pant) Beach more music, the guests were escorted on the grounds yesterday when they the Illaml school and to .which the

from New York to Ne..port.'I1Mt j '' President Roosevelt has been Invited through the various parts of the ship. in the price. patrons of the school are ..11.... Theexerclsee
steamer drifted aground on- to Savannah when, on his proposed The Key correspondent! of the A visit 'to the Hartfordj rendered They tmmeordtwb.. quit fishing and returned win be held at 3 o'clock sad
Captala's Island. la Long Island Southern tour next spring la reply. Times-Union wiring that paper under doubly Interesting by the aasodatioa to port to Investigate, but la many of the roams the program Maow

Sound and was burned to the water's the president said that he did not expert .: date of the 15th says:, of the ship with the Admiral Farragutand found matters were as 14," .!.teII. ', arranged will be quite elaborateaad
'.... The Glen Bland left the North to visit Georgia oa this trip but' J. W. Morgan the promoter of the the conspicuous part! It played lathe The fish dealers contend that the weD rendered. '
_.at I o'clock last evening would>go direct to Texas though he great.automobile race at Ormond last struggle between the North and demand for kingflsh Is not such In ; la the local school the 'attendaaee> T
with ten or twelve passengers aDd a might make the trip later la the year. year and editor let the leading automobile the South la the sixties. (The Interior comparison ,to the quantity that can Is h .. Weekly DC. the record. .
..,' heavy cargo of freight j J Journal of'the ,country win arrive of the Hartford if beautifully furnished be obtained to warrant them la paying showing a enrollment at the
The fire was discovered just before The Senate has confirmed the following In Key West!! from Havana today, and contains every convenience. It more than five cents a piece for the Clone of school yesterday of 459 pwpOa. '-
,''midnight, but how; It started is hot nominations of Florida postmasters and meet a committee of citizens, who was a touching sight to lee five hundred fish. If they did they would be losing u against 455 on the same date one
known, though It made its appearance : Louis Wlseloget Marianna; will endeavor to !secure an'attractionfor sailors", most of them mere boys money. This fact the fishermen deny week ago JThe Increase after the
suddenly and the entire boat was filled George A. Wendell. Quincy: Enoch E.: this city. :; sitting Turkish fashionOn the deck and say that the catches this season holidays is expected to be even great
with smoke. The electric lights were Skipper Bartow.A Mr. Morgan is In the South this year writing letters to their dear ones soar have not been as great nor do they er than that of any period. so far this

extinguished and boats were hurriedly for the purpose |;of making arrangements away. But the crowning, spectacle promise to be as large as that of last aeuoa. ;
lowered and ,all bpt two passengersand special from Saratoga. Miss, for an automobile racy which of all was the ceremony known season when ten cents a piece was The new teachers' desks have ar
seven members of of the crewescaped. that EL E. Mangum. a prominent says citizen will be on a larger scale and of great aboard ship as "colors." (Just as the paid. There the matter stands at present rived aad been put In place. They add
, f 'J'j : of Magee, that State was shot er Interest than teat of last year. sun In all of Its fiery glory of red and though Its ultimate outcome cannot much to the; appearance of the respective
One of the lost a. the arrangementsare I rooms. The library aDd .
and killed by Prof. J. E. Woodward Besides auto races gold sinks to rest In the sapphire be foretold. principal's
man and the other a, woman. j Both \:\ Thursday. A son of Mangcm was also being made for a series of sea amid the soul-stirring strains of"Glory" Those boats now on a strike are office have also been fitted with
unknown at present. Tugs sightedthe and subsequently motorboat races at Lake Worth. After quietly deacendsi Five hundred mostly all visiting crafts from Key new desks, with writing arms attached .
whipped by Woodward -
Ire and rushed to the assistance the boats will for the use of the ew-
whichgo
Mangum met and knocked these races are over heads are bared to I the breeze West Tampa and otter West Coast
of those who had:'put off from J.hl to Miss Bayne and Prof.. RaiL
Palm Beach to JIII"mI.d who
I Woodward down. This led U.) to the race from and five hundred hearts render hom- points, come here every season
burning ship. They were picked |v4 killing. now Mr. :Morgan U endeavoring to arrange to the emblem of liberty. to fish and It would seem that the The members of the baseball team
aad put on a steamer bound for New I I I a race from[Miami to Key 'Pest, age Regretfully the guests |bade adieuto (lib houses have the upper hand as .of the Athletic AtsoKaiton are impatiently .
' York arriving here this mornIng. II. and possibly to Havana. All that Is hosts the home [oats. It Is contended, will awaiting) the suits ordered from
and boardedthe
The Glen Island (belonged; to the I i I The prosecution in the case of Nan necessary to secure the race U for our their hospitable >e able to supply the remand This Spaulding Bros some time ago and
Starin Transportation Co. Her cargo j I|I Patterson charged with the murder ofi ltizens to take sufficient Interest In launch for thore. Among; the weans that the price of five cents or wnkh, : KhouUlhave been received'be.
.' the Caesar Young has rested and the defense i party were Sr. M. Agnes. Sr. Louis fore this. ,
but
was a valuable one exact'i i I I I nothing must prevail! with the fisher
amount of loss is not yet known. | I I I Is undecided whether to offer Mr. Morgan thinks the course from UTacI, Misses Angela Hayman Adele I The shot and hammer are still ailssing -
loss'' testimony In rebuttal or not JroxKler. Naomi Mayollnl. Eleanor men.The ,,._.
The steamboat and)) the property Miami to Key West Is an Ideal one Mngfiiih: season Is just vow beginning and uncles the y f .coo
will probably aggregate a quarter| of "r BFenduraure test of the boats: He Illlings.. Leonora Coreero Marie. and the outlook Is for a very there--il be only;; ; btvt;on the-. .
'* million dollars and that more lived Bids for the building of the battle- has written the Secretary of War asking Louise Bacz. Florence AllanMas tOOl I but short season. These fish bite field day on the 23rd V-
. r were not lost Is undoubtedly due I to bhip New Hampshire and cruisers that two torpedoboats be detailedto Rle Roberts Lcolecn Archer. Maggie very rapidly and are very choice flesh la the rear( of the school building
the personal courage of the officers Montana and North Carolina, have convoy the yachts on their race Van Delden, Sadie Baker Mamie though their great quantity and size there is now being erected posts for
and crew. ]11{ been opened and ire the lowest ever down here and has received a very Thompson Ethel O'Brien' Isabel soon makes a glutted market The an Inclosure :30x40! feet and In which
It Is now stated f/that/ the iteerjng# submitted for the construction of such encouraging repl,., Sweeny. next day or two will tell just what will It Is proponed to erect the trapexe.
gear became blocked Immediately after crafts. The lowest bidder was the Mr. Morgan wtlj also endisivor to Mr. J. W. Morgan arriVed In the be done relative to adjusting the mat- flying rings parallel bar horizontal
the discovery of the Ire and Newport News Ship Building and Dry- arrange an auto meet In Havana. and city Monday en route to Havana. He ter. bars and such! other paraphernalia aa
the wheelmen .wereiunable to control i Dock Co., who will construct the cruisers If possible will carry the motorboats came with a view to make arrange the Boys' Athletic Club decide to Install
the coarse of the craft With this the 1 I In thirty-six months at a cost of across there. 'i meats for a motor-boat race betweenMiami Mr. E. L. White's mother arrived The place will be Inclosed with
away and seven of the, crew and panaeagers I $3.375,000: each and the battleship for ; and Key West and 'IlL Is hoped from New Jersey on Thursday sad will a wire screen! of sufficientheltht to
got away in one boat while 3650000. i CUTLER NEWS NOTES. that his efforts mill provesuccessful| winter again with her daughter on keep out and back spectators tad others -
fifteen went la another. They rowel i I as such an event would prove to be Ninth street. from Interfering while the exercise

' far enough a..au(escape the bnrnUm I AUXILIARY YACHT ROBERTA The Cutler coo/lpondent of the quite an Interesting novelty' to our Is going on. ) (:
craft and there watched her bum citizens. If the recital
In elocution
Nthsays to be
ARRIVED IN PORT. Times-Union under date of the Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mackie returneda
after every possible; effort bad been I | The steamer Gussie arrived In port few days ago after an eight month given by Ulan Ingram, assisted by her t
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made to rescue those left aboard but : from pupils and local talent the
Tuesday Tampa with twelve at andlto-
clerk apent absence and are at home In their Avenue 'I

Route E. C. Dearborn county
.bat-without success.!) I I IcHR. [ Is Under Charter and En to first class and eighty second class i rium Monday night is not a sneeeea
B residence. the
Cutler. They rot
with friend at wonderful
to Punta Gorda for the Winter. Sunday L
j I Dr. J. E. Rawllngs, of Staunton.Vi .. pa engera. This trip Inaugurates growth of Miami 1\I'h\ ai-ton- It will not be the fault of MID Ingram
CLARA GOODWIN, Is at the Richmond Cottage lookingover :, the ngw line of steamers between ishment. rA" or those associated with her for they
The handsome yacht Roberta with are working dally and
BURNED AT SEA. view to lo- Tampa, Key West and Havana. IIpatronage nightly to perfect
-.;;. I 1Ie .rs. E. L. Potter and W. L. Irwin. the country with a warrants the company will or'l..r I themselves for this occasion
of Providence aboard Into cating here. war received this morning which they hope
came port place another steamer the anu believe will be-
Baltimore. Dec. 17f-The! cruiser To-- There Is no resident physician here on run. by the circuit court clerk from Judge
yesterday afternoon and anchored In I This new line Is the best rendition of |the kind ever
backed
, peka. which passed Cape Henry early I strongly { by Jones, at DeLand approving the application "
the river off Fort Dallas Park. The I the of give\ In Mlaol.MUs )l.
this morning reports the schooner valuable people Tampa, because Instead for charter of the Biscayne
Roberta Is from New York and Is en of from Port EltifSIAgleton. ono nf the popr -
, Clara Goodwin Port;:Tampa to Philadelphia route to Punta Gorda where the gen sailing Tampa, the steam Bay Yacht Club. Those signing the ''' teachers [In the Miami school
afire off Diamond Shoals. tlemen who have her under charter, "We'want'' a ooetor!among us, but this ers leave Tampa proper and thus the application for charter were R. M. went down to Homestead this morning
one Is aboard I r will spend the winter. She Is a splendid Is the most healthful place re have people of that city have direct communication Mnnroe J. E. Ingram. Kirk Munroe to look after $ grant she ha there.

little craft of about the size of the ever lived In," etc ) by water. M. L. Burbanks and EJward!: \. Hire. As she will not be able to return to
MRS. CHADWICK ARRAIGNED (!I I yacht Roamer. though possibly not so ''The prairies are pow dry enough to The second wireless telegraph pole 1 he dub is to be located at Cocoanut I time for the opxntaf; f'whool' Monday
has been
PLEADED NOT GUILTY handsomely arranged. begin regular work and everyone Is he vertices erected.of The poles will form Grove and its object Is to encourage morning her ,ilto wlli be filled by

I Both Messres Potter and Irwin are busy making up for lost time. TheEast The a triangle. [ rachtlng. Mrs. E. L. Kaii.i( '.:I that Cleveland.! Dee. 17:-Mrs. Chadwtick well known here they Saving spent Coast Packing Company will New Orleans lighthouse tender Ivy left for I
was taken before Judge Wing In the last season In these waters In the little plant 175 acres, and Brown A Wlllard I Tuesday afternoon.' Two much booze and a disposition IN THE! PUBLIC EYE.
Federal Court this afternoon and was yacht Gloria which they had under are building a fine!; eight-room house Mr R. J. Duffy has given ;a contractfor to scrap resulted in a lively encounter

given the opportunity to plead to the charter and in which they thoroughly near the railroad at Rockdale. They be built a modern two-story residence to at an early hour last night In the Ben I Perhaps theand bject of Platt Kelfer .
at the
Indictment against her. i enjoyed themselves. They will probably are now shipping cucumbers from the corner of Olivia. and Hum saloon on Avenue D, and la whicha
She pleaded not guilty to all the remain here several days before pine land. They :also have a very Duval streets. Jacksonville drummer pittot hIm-' company I to half the Southern
charges and attempt to resuming the journey to the West promising Held of pine land tomatoes The Norwegian steamer j Marcator,I elf against two or three_ "i.mlanlll I Democrats and : ''\' !' them to bitter
bail and woul1Dot'up again 1D Coast. i and a large tract of pineapple plants. I Capt J. 8. Kalsen from Galveston to and came out with Dying colors BO far I and intent-rate speech.
give We have learned: mloaiclall( ,.. that Nuevltas. Cuba with a cargo of cattle licking his opponents .went though 1-
I trains will run on the new railroad arrived In port Monday ..afternoon he had to repair to the office of Dr. I I F. .
M. Fowler, die
McALLISTER-BECK lumberman
wealthy
f having In tow
SUCCUMBED I beginning on the 1 th and the event a derelict kill barge SkaKgs here that adjuster of broken
THREE I REALTY DEALS Is looked forward to with a great deal lusher. It was known In the city bones and lacerated flesh assisted by who has lust died: at his home la

IN NEW YOK FINE of Interest I that the barge was adrift on the Dr. Push: set and bandaged Us right Pasadena, fnlj leaving an. estate

The McAllister-Beck real estate high seas, several vessels [ from thecity I arm ,which was injured in the melee. worth fU.ftOft.OOA. scrod as a laborer
Jew York Dec. irl Three-persons agency has succeeded In leasing the Senator I having been on the lookout for Details of the scrap are conflicting .,
were killed and several Injured two residence of Capt. W. H. Mclhtyre a bill In the Tallaferro Senate has Introduced her but falling to find her. [The prize though It started In the saloon overa la the woodof Michigan.
fatally la the burning of a three-story near the entrance to Fort Dallas Parkto authorizing appropriation fell to the lot of the steamship Marca sarcastic remark by the Jacksonvilleman
wtdence In Brooklyn today. j I i a Northern gentleman for the sea and erect of $100.000 branch ;home to acquire a site tor, which picked the barge up one followed by a challenge to scrap. Father AmbrJ: Agins. recently appointed
a for
The lire was started by the explosion ,. son at a handsome sum. soldiers sailors and marines disabled hundred and thirty miles west southwest The same was accepted and the funbegan delegate' from Rome to the.*
In the
of aa oa stove& The dead were'I This agency has also, within 'the State of Florida. | of Tortugas. The barge Is now finally ending up on the sidewalk Philippines wan born la .
Egypt edw
caught la the story of the house last few days, sold a lot and a half on lying with decks awash off of Carry's where Marshal Flanagan took I
from which there .as,no Ire Eleventh street adjoining the HalcyonHall a1 I Sons' dork. The derelict has been II- band In the mlxup and landed! a trio cated la England, founded a,flu edlrr
eK&P8-1 I Hotel property to Mr. Joseph P. Alexander Dowle III) passed hl>lIed for the Norwegian st-Mtnshlp or more of the bellKerants In the cala- tine house at Malta and Is an apostle

8TOESSEL NEGOTIATES i j! O'Reilly for a sufficient remuneration.A through Jacksonville last night en Marcator by H. H. Taylor. The bargeis txHH-e. The i.'irkoonville mn interrave jof peace.I .
TO PROTECT HOSPITAL still later deal made by this agency rout, to Chicago. le traveled here I valued at '::00(1\)1). Attachment has I bond In 'he sum of $ 5OO for : k
: I I Is the sale of lots 1 and 4 of John horn tanned returnable DecJ 21. 1304 his! appearance for trial this afternoon I
from Tampa over Atlantic CoastLine 'I but to lone that much I Miss Nona a cousin ofr
son's addition to Miami to J. M. Jennings The salvage asked Is 75 per cent of preferring
tie
Toklo. Dec. n.-G neral Stoessel ) for a snug amount O'her Important In his ) Hastlemere the total value. ;' money rather thin appear before Hit Mrs. Patrick C C4mpbell l Is creating

has opened negotiations with the Japanese realty deals are also pending and left Jacksonville over the Southern Honor, he left the city this morning. | considerable of in London la
forces surrounding Port Arthur with this G. W. ; All of the partirit-ants are well) known
to provide for the protection of the agency.PRIVY Railway. The train which broughtthe Anold who resides at Panama in Miami and the affair: nan created no an t-ntertalnmen similar to that which' ,

hospitals of that dt).gHe has furnished I COUNCIL WILL prophet from Tampa came In at Park catches many fine shad each little.' gossip and comment Mme. Yvettle Guilbert! created I';

General Nogl with la map showing DECIDE MONDAY. 7 o'clock and he departed oa the season. He said today thatj\ shad, so France.Maj I
locations of the Inside I '
the -hospital I
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the fortress:: (i I Southern Railway trim No. 13 at 7.45 far this season, were very scarce but A check was presented at the State

I I London Dec. 17.-The privy council There were but few people In Jacksonville 'hat he succeeded In capturing a very Bank of takrland yesterday and G..a. George L. Gllle1lple. assistant -

THE COTTONy ARKET.v which began yesterday the hearing of aware of Elijah's coming and few fine one last week. All fishermen promptly palcJ,wblcb bore the name of I I to the chief of staff of the army -

t the appeal of the United States again his presence at the jttnlon station at report a shortage of this splendid food J. Q. Adanfo, .which upon Investigation has been grunted a patent on the

New_,York.December.Dec. 17.75ft' -Futures: Jan nry.closedatendy. 761';} Crown the decision at Quebec of the In Justice the case of the of Tacted no attention! Since passing "sh this season in the St Johns river, proved' to be a forgery. The design for the medal 01 hooor:

Krniary.T70; )lal't'h.188>; ; April. 787,:: Greene and Gaynor. adjourned at the hrough Jackson)Illej a few days ago They retail at from 50 to 75 ants each amount drawn'on the check was $''6. This la the fills te... to be taken by

J y. 7SJ; June. 799 July 804. August conclusion of arguments to lay. and he resourceful Dowle has been en- or that Is what the fishermen\ receive The endorsement made by the man the olncials of Department to

Wl; October 798. cotton closed next.judgment wil be rendered Monday oylng life at the Tampa Bay Hotel. from the dealers. The St Johns presenting the check:' was F. P. Welch. Insure the exclusive use of !this particular .
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quiet: middling! Sit 805: middling river mullet Is the popular made > bearer. design to veterans who
rhere his wife has been recuperating most food Th check was payable o by
gulf. 830. I LI. I
j II J J| In a dairy near San Francisco the 'rom a recent illness! DowIe and his sh., and thousands or them are soil and the writing: was a good' Imlta- their valor on the field of battle mewl -
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With the coming retirement of Senator : other day an overloader harloft eels mrty will proceed: direct to Zion City i here and thousands shipped to oth' r Sons Mr. Clayton of the bank went I j, Intel high distinction and were dec-

Cockrell., after thirty years of lapsed upon CO cows that were In the lear Chicago arriving there Friday ,, states every winter.-Jacksonville Metropolis to Tampa today to try and apprehendthe !!! orated by their o untry with the mamaitetf
service will go the lat pair of cow- ham beneath and either crashed or 1 'I I -
hUe boots from the fie&cta. i- smothered to death all of them. Times-Union. i j forger-Lakeland News.yu'.ar..tar honor.r !
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Tae most iJouUiero( :Se..". publltbrO ou Her .outi,ii-ii<'('. lu-r liiMStfulness.li.r .
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Teajgby MalL:..... .........'i.00 .l"K".r; This" writer has ,iiurnonalkn.

Cs Moot, ....................... I.bi ,>wl< of a men \\\1" Will only. be-

Xfcree Maltha.................... L2i.: lieuud! I ilitl.. li. >- hal large im'Uiii-M:is. but 11.'l.rl'.1 Christmas Shopping! is] now in vogue not much longer to do it' in, from now
U !I" uiiiiinuuU)
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I tea WeeM.( by Carrier. I ,hunting\.'( !: laiB"woma-i:: credit lo marry. tii 'tired him n loitum-IMHI_III until Christmas will makc| grand display of sensible and usefu 1 articles: suitablefor

Tie Miami Printing1& Company. a ':;11.( '''''( h.nel tllI,1 1 t'ujo>eil! a $Ji"U l lchainpaKne will make showing at '
.. I : slipper given:: in his honor a present. 1londay'e a Special \ dry; special prices.

rates made known 00'' h) the jot fail .",-II.'r. The "tii-uil" wasilctmcil
AAverttslac hanlht'ail lni'n.< of aj j few prices
l I.r the Below we quote a I
| appllcatlofRLEPHONE who inSM
I practical livery faiaMu keeper I i
M-SR. : |
+ GI'J1Iii: ., METROPOLIS BUILDUP i for mho board had bought at a horse a $::O.OQO--and hotel the could man : .. ... I .. i .

mud 434 Twelfth Street not produce the $fl.: -r" Standard Patterns Silk ;Wool Shawls
Opposite CoartJ House. The same writer knows a woman I Bath MatsHAVE .
who believed or pretended to
.Saturday} December 17,1404. j dope l>*lieve. that she was the author of I Irlous w ,A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF Are the Best WE HAVE A QUANTITY OF SILK .
which
''r = vi;: celebrated compositions I AND WOOL CROCHETTEO:) SHAWL t i
she had produced over assumed names THESE NECESSARY BATH MATS JUST THE THING FOR A NICE AND
Jula million d.
8t. is forming a 'I' and she would announce her authorship I Reduced to .
Jar club? Our application has be< so modestly and with such apparent A SIFT THAT WILL BE APPRECI. J USEFUL PRESENT. WE HAVE

eat In. j candor and discuss the compositions SEVERAL PRICES IN THEM. FROM
with such intimacy as almost to ATEO..FROM : 10 and 15! Cents. .J .

Santa This Claus time one will week be winding[hence his lAnd wa1 old carry cqnvlctioa\ In the (ace of 1 ltivekno1l'L'tge. *1.5O to _2.50 I $1.5Oto$5.OO

and happMrs. the Inside of the None Higher. ..:. .. ...
-- t. .makeV.little folks glad' case Very Is likely revealed when it 11'11be found that .,. .. ...... .I ....

Chadwlck no admits thai Mrs. Chadwick uses dope of some kind
ake mad a Berlou ,mistake." Of or is a monomaniac on the subject of have hundred children's Peter Tompson Dresses the latest dress for a child.Ve have them
to hai I I and distinguished acquaintance.. We one
poursQ scooted she With. did.the swag She before ought; "fhe was money Her Introduction of herself as the in brown's red's and blues!! in \ orsked and Storm Screes, in sizes: from !fj i to 1.1 ycdrs.I .

E I natural daughter::: of Andrew Carnegiewas
caught.. ', a IIUle rough on old Andrew and I
wants probably a good deal of a nut prise to I Prices Range From $1.50 to $12.50 a Suit.
"
The Chicago but it was "
J that exemplary citizen .I
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"what it Cbroicle to sleep I
know
characteristic of monomania or narcotic
I In
If there anv booksprobably \ I
a.re belt hahllllation. Tho medico .. ......
had r .
t '"
your D : contain many similar cases. ..... .....Ott BELTS r :
!deep with.one eye 01]; 'n.hpl I.

THE SOUTH. t Dab/Gaps AA >Petticoats. .
IMMIGRAT OI N'FOR I I ,i
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r
wick cot
'\\ docs Mrs. 'had Complete lint/of the X
In!" askf the Proria! J lurnal. SN''ral : to WE A E HEADQUARTERS FOR '
: (Commenting upou immigration WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
could answirsoiial (
banks ajjd nilllionalrejs\ i the South,* the need of a better labor I SILK OUR $10.00
that quijsdoa. from x expo I and the apuiruntly! systematical effort NDSOME BABY CAPS. IN SILK Very LatestNovelties/ PETTICOATS
loncc. I PETTICOATS WE GUARANTEE FOR
; made lj keep it out the Iliclia.ond. OR LAWN. WE WILL MAKE A I '
t t : Vu.. News Leader says t tI' I MONDAY OF SIX MONTHS. WE CAN SELL YOU
It.U BOW proposed fc'y the people A GOOD ONE FOR
In I Belts
'
Tampa find aU that Auction of SOllthIi. ooorate \\ith IQ' a.n.ounce,: SI K CAPS. AT ,
. Florida Sto form an a Dual fair ass I' purpos.of illy Federal aiithomles to.ry j I! S6.0O.
cialion a meeting for]'hat purpose I tobe to dittrl some of the inunisiailon I 35 Cents Apiece.

called at an earl date. A very from abroad to hut I\ Nluu. Sour in Both Silk and Crushed; Velvet. av ....ou w.w....
f gotd.move and while bn this subj t such | )* InQucnce as thai of government .1 ... .OCJ". ..... "I I
I
1. we would like to ask the people off is needed h) otercome the I I
Dade county what they are doing to- >:ears of activity of unscrupulous) I "

;i" next wards February.preparing Its for time jour all county Interest(air Western Immigration Inactivity agents of Southern and unliardonable Monday we will offer Kxtraordiniiry big} ; values: in ladies, walking round length i J< dress s-kiits. 500fkiits x

la the (air were Lf tiling down to bUll- :Stales.-! governments and people In thin to choose from, not an old skirt} in the lot, but, the very latest styles; we have: made of voile,
styles
t Inesa with the idea and intention that matter. Everywhere In Uurope horror ; of s-kiit be and call.
If in need sure
and Venetians. a !
faiiithis will be greater broadcloths
the season of,the South has Lees drille.l into cttamine, serge, tweed, homespuns ,
and better than It. ever has teen htore >- the minds of the Immigrailoi clans.We ) I" 1
t pp I Iit are Informed that maps hate Men

ilrew-a brua"C'tsllIh the uTi-iio' I Monday $7.50 $8.00 and $8.50 Skirts, at $4.98 Each.
t un r has nuy ideal there are "bar Southern section prtaic.l' in bluck and ,
t time*" |n Miami be :should take al leacribed an the zone and

troll down the Mreef In the late ar.ternooataad the home of malarin ant iaysgol. i I .,. .. ... ..
early evening and not We need Inimtgrt'l and ai mach ..... .... Kid Gloves "
the hundred who, with smiling fei if it us we ran gc!.. \\'.! hive r.ill- Ladies'Knit Underwear.
l tares and contented {expressions are Ions of acres of ii-1 rana'do of pro- 'Children's Union Suits. I t 'I
baying UlberaUy of Christmas good iiiclng enorn... !vlhl wish th- raread j VESTSURDRAWERSJERRIBBED
for 'heir own (arc'llesj or relatives aad industry to wn:. b ..:......I.moi are cilLDRENS UNION SUITS FRENCH $ WHITE, BLACK. BROWN/ AND TAN LADIE .

friends ofn soak dlB nt section. All KTiwtomeil amt which! few of mir ptile .. GLOVES.lEY FlfTING G ELASTIC KNIT, LONG
!" tends,, to chow and r.\'c thaabove > have Ic'llrne'l.narh'4 hnI 1 1 1rlnlnalt JERSEY FITTING. MEDIUJM I OR DRAB KID
Miami fit progressing], ell run < .1.. .,;' deii in ij,. ','UIIItry. SLEEVES OR" SHORT SLEEVES.
f prehension| and that her people are .. l'('.>il.,. *ht till 'h.' sat:Ii; 11..1 I l1u.11 j WEIGHT, ALL SIZES. .REGU I i' VALUE. S1.0O. REGULAR' 35 CENT VALUE. ARE
ponsess+d not only olo ,the means bu I it 11'.ert : i>r >itr i ; :aim-u I l.r-n's II | REGULAR
r 53 CENT'. A SUIT PRICED MONDAY AT1onday's
f ( the will to work fo ,the furlh'-rano: > 1 1i I ?ulapt th.- U..I.J l.i ':hr; ,11:';ouil- LAR VALUE i
of our .lt1' good aid developmentthis ''mg8 prompter acid Utome) iH.id'ui; I Each.5 Cents Apiece
and art; desirous tq I make other i ir rid useful .vIM/ens- and MI iie "-.Jllrn' : !\ Price.25c
r.: around !them feel tb ikt life is wwrrl i ii ..>f r one or two jten-j-. to:5 'ih.mniKhIniericans. ; Sale Fricc- 73 Cents aWe Pair. _. .............
., ..ppo......
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We
Jlvln:. afte' aLAN [ t > iini of rourw. I !
i hat the government, will work thro.uand .' I

b 4MPOS TION. with the loyal ,coiiaiiliji.ni.Tj: of I dine waUtsin wash silk pl'au-de4oie taffeta foiilk oho
handsomesilk or
J ramigrariuu; und ii;nnnfr<-. They '; have just received a beautiful : ,
t j an work effectively in no >ih..- way." j and have the largest line flf madras lawn and linen waists in
we :
! The lowing Is taken from a Y'r slcolumn :I "The people can help the imneiuentromendously dool waists, Hannel.nunsveiling sertres; .

tJ pf the Birmingham News: by giving iU inimi- will make a special slow of wai: ..1 wUh to enter a protest agalut14lewta rants a cordial reception, overl'wklni; I t ie city; we )
irthu consume the time of I.ltllI. .hatever minor IlR lca.'lant and! nnac-' '
I ..... .then. and against' the vleth1'" iKtome-l mi-H they develop! $1.98 on Monday. .'
ariliping :
,
who aUge thf'Daeh'f' la bt IU."UI- ) "n to 'K.time .
e3eed. at the hand" f 01 hers' rah tr..:.rflu 1 leans. t I

tM grumbler this m tning' \'lIter.. II I ...-!- ... .... ...
day I bbd occasion t u:1 un a.1'.' I .... ... .... .. Stamped Linen

i yet. .As J entclc l. t e kZhi-IUII'1 10lite ..lex levex I I Ruffled Curtains.
oa1ee three meD Iv I a&lk.td Into the I HOTElE'EitGl..ADE Folding Screens.
prirate(jroom ahead of me and began ARRIVALS. SWISSJRUFFLED/ CURTAINS FULL,
n-.au. I took a '
rhatUnc with thbray SCREENS
t seat and. waited.. Those three_ bores.. .I, F YE-FOOT FOLDING A Lvye Line; of Stamped Linens and a THRE YARDS LONG. FANCY ORL
& i .t WITH'FANCY 8ILKO-
left th doors .pt1I a .1 I had COVERED L' Line ofFancy
f rge PLAIN +I SWISS. OF BEST QUALITY,
tQ do bUt 'atcn t1'.el awe the ns.Ivetawendn.be W. R. Manning and wife Newton I IIa. NE. WHITE OR OAK FINISH
i office lab e acd 'Ilk unrf .; J. G. Moore, St. Louis E. A. Tufts I WORTH REGULAR $1.75 AND $2,00
some hunting trip fro I wn'a; the PU'I"II stun: (;tr.. Ross, Port R r..hmond' WORTH REGULAR 11.25. SPECIAL A PAIR. OUR'PRICE MONDAY
t1 bad just returned la natter tf !Ii. Y.: Mrs. E. I. Kins. MM K. 1"1Pralt. MONDAY, J ..
f IdeDUy,no n.aterlal !ml, .rtuII": e N"I Fort l.aiiilerdal.. Pillow Tops j 51.48 a Pair.
the me oUme the b IY Than "d" SAS ( AftI. ) -- 98 Cents.
f polite t? turn thorn out. whlt I. a I A. Hatir. II. P. Sa: "a5", West i'aln .. I and Table Scarfs ...0.... .......
.-a..m.
c etrange to the lurnl ..rll. bad bnLbin: I. earh.Ul'TIIERN ... I
to do UUt reflect cn he trrwblas l nnc- I

t pIe Hess ofhe b ome iiltuatlon.busy themselves[As I' entire
uf the U. to;. Willis. \> "'YorkjV.; Budd. Ours .
live learn mqn.t N reajK''t. A" tun the; II rime there are Inaf aC'j. Jr. J. G. hews Mr. J. M. McCormlrk.|I 1 11111 will bt' shown Mon worth double at
will cotvhue I'. E. \\'earht'r". St. AtiTuailnc; lion i j I a l 1,11
tbe" w'11\ be me who &
ers ;
'to throw themsel II\. whet anti i Tu".r.. E. J. I.ind.;jMonUicuo.. Mich. I $5.00 $2.50 and $1.50 -
Fs '. ... V. Uinpston C W \.'arDah:1slt.: J ,
where q\'t are nol anll'' UirDlin''l:
lUll.; Harry ('oflU.1)\ ; <'. LOtustcati t _
.,
Iram Is (ready note for helllg a has I ItllD -----.4-.41 .
a,1 ttif, hntucktMrs.. (j. A. IonpOM I I I
;c' y. Southern rs nIl1n. al thraptdit I .: lta494
i r Ct.rge; Long, MlsIielott I l.oi;. I C >t1 O c e'ct oo
with which usin'ss IS trans.
:l1I i DOll
a.cted.I'1t, those 111 e hate: nothlI: i fREE
Bill a lint'inivnw ,
to cIo f'llect'!: that I ire are aihers i buster Brown Stockings1h n
more 4.rtunate. and I Ilf they cann.)' I I
keep pee. at least el them not III, n.\\ : A 'IEsp LINE OF SILK
pede 11(' growth ot I e spit'\ of a..tv.1! I )-'. II. Clark .!:i<''Ksonunt; If IX LEST CHILD'S HOSE MAD-_ fickct With Each Purchase COLORS. ALLlYDTHS.
RIOG 15 IS ALL
1t1 whl h ,Is respt) )., "file fur nun h IIr'' urri.-ion.: Kdnarduilc.! 111.;; I iI. I.I 1'ul-! i 1V dR LlG"T, RIBBED FULL, 0 I
the BUctCtiSlIdl: 1 rminlb.uu is at- I Italnln" ; !,'r. I-landM.! '.. .\. Drn-li. !?' '0 | TAFFETA AND LIBERTY
: I nir; F t!. Un" .iijdirt-vs., In''"'nol,1. iV REGULAR MADE. BEST HE1VSV: gf 25 cents, given away free e
'Yha bits, c.aa h:1: :u.. ut ; aCtred ': c' :. I n.nnii ami ode S" \IIIH.M..', .I iI HEEL AND S.\T'':'>I REGULAR PRICE ?5 CTS.
by horn::liiJeM Ider" alt i.ttt'", A. iliiKitmcr.; ; P.rooUlvn. N. y i: II c IiORF DYE DOUBLE I Christmas{ Evc.J5fcidl AND ; CTS.
his off! .Jtnt ronlll a lIi'Iii"; aril I' lint:, =N< 1iIfaro': Vt: IT. C.: V.Val TOE.
,111 ape ogy an"'It out excnseu.. if...... wife liD" datuh'er.:: OrmvilSCAYNK Pair Specie!l. 18 Cents.
rood e Intr1l3C\! .f argae; ,"11:1I1. l. 25 Cents a j W/MDOW.|/ I
E THE
1'1d fri n4shtp' Thu \'iclim durv! not OOO S 1: 0 tA COO,' eo oClOI
I OQOoCD3GOO
glwaye Lave thn ne vs 10 ir.r .n,. hI !Mr. and Mrs. .A. A. itos1. roronnnt I
callers hit l. he III I tansy to enn., qru'1.: ... and Mrs. \\'. i". r.irnson.Imi 1 I ,
lain tI 111 or I" !list m to .ahem and ; ( -,. .1. H Real W,|, K .tl'trsan' ...!. ---- -
,,:}mctl R "h'a .; I' ,: ......,. '. IInll I wife. C. A. P On lie* girl wife! C
runs t rlsd ?1"off.\ rs... 111- !1 .1.I n..lll. New Ynriv., Mrs EllaV. '
do th.. lhengo-: belt tr In the rI':,': .;r \ "t.1Cn' War, f'v :n..- : \isit to our store Monday bill convince }ou that this is the race! io buy your
the bu4 north ant 1 f sl ("al'r"; doIng 1.1" K<,"'l lUthn-rn and wif. |).n\en- '
om a hUrs c111'h:'- \ ) oil ta519PFS- : .p..rl. la: 11. I. IJrantley, Pa.luoah. I Ky : above
'E I..ar'I'urll'r l and wife l.!\ Oak make reduction on articles no ;
come a once to the faint 0:1,1 I1Ih'n !., e ; (loliday Goods. Will pecial many
tbrougli! with the Iou 'nes at hand rcf f 'Ir. and Mrs. G. Reis. Cincinnati A.I I ,
{ irk llins. Grand Rapidr/ : ("has.
tire. I ought to II more that
here j busy man d B not wtbh .W\llIon.\ Jackronville; Chas 0:11:0Ken.: t ttu

; kept wjit1ng" and BY men do 'll'a// -ky.Jf ,
desire tb helm ,upon .1
E.
all the author Henry Harland DouglasI ,

DOPEIFtENOOR j- t MONOMANIAC.: .probably wrote the smallest hand. So .1 .
-- Itlllnltf.11 minute are his letters that 1

The l ten1I1t'. viler;: Caadwlck rare It.ODe page he had: more words than I
the newspaper reporters la New,York .. tally co'l'er..lWf a dozen igea of I.cKJnarr .
1M Tfffudsr seems fu us to preseet 1 matn"cnpt. er

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I !I lSTOCKGFOWERS .I

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TO EET. 1 t Hanker""11I <' A. Carson of Klssimm. :'LulliSYil i e & Nashville ARE YOU : .'thern a ail: vS,;

Officii I Addrt-s! \ The riitunof the :Moat I EFFECTIVE MAr,29 1,1304.
:Complete PrcSiram of I the First !!>:ii ln''',- as S.-eti liy a. Pack.>r. F I1i ail road _
Annul Convention i Con toy. <.f JjrksftnxtlleAil.lrvH P.,I- o.. the Cast!: :Nitnh and 1 Wet I
; ,, :Market PIIsslbiilth-q. C'I(I PCiHiiht.ir. Fastest t Tie caniFinestServa GOING i l'o1-'O I so.ltis
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of IIrllll!>wlri.. Oa.Aildr. I.r, idle MI.. Mr I i i!"( ItJhkMint: ; Ir, >uxi. '':' :, ;
'rom III'" n.l'JStrial He urd.l .. Cat- To I I. Jr.un lit I Hi .Ip t.. .lr>ii|.. l.j .
lra; and Kwds for SoKj I.by
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At a meeting If the 'x'cu i\e cum tie. Prof C. :M. runner. Knlversits of All' Points, North, West H'" .. mt."i JOT.1 L:y I 1'Ml'.'. tr auanrnry.n. ,b.Iky... liJI .*\.as
mlttPe of tilt! Snchcaste: Sock 1 Florida I TOBUILD \ ClM'lole. ..' .. *...ll'l I| _.'a. Ar I......... 04. .... Ry iSo 1.I .-
\ r. a I." W k. Ir .. .
I
. Growr As"O'j IionheldIn 1 heIPfilee4f.1. and Ar pehun K v 1. .
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Grasses for Cat'lo. ; jS'orthwest.Through .
Southern l' .
nil.- .
. 'the Address." \r l-o-Ky I. | Ar r'n.utan..hj..Ir..a i 1'.
A. Holl.rn: I 11VI dnesday pro -- -- .s..1|
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: 1Vado.. of Cornelia G.i. Arl' I"'SIl.rt. KT
1 MACl :\I! .
;.;ram fur the II >' anuual C"I i)venuntlof (11) Why Should: the West. i- .r Ku:, -t.niiitiil "nky: I s4.y AfClnIIIul.nhie! ... Hilt I 7lupArt
I Address
the aICIiHi.. 1.1,. agree' "p'm. I ----t I 1 .__ > fiteiH ,,,.. ... .. ..
'ot\f.11 of the as I elation orn Stockman Come South und |((2): ) i'ui([nun l Ilrawltt-; I Ki "II' -.s..-. .tu.... ,. II,'a".. I : ._ "11'1 t. Four" -1 l s ties 4qu
The n i
he I 11'1',1 r Trad.auditorinm .' 1 How Stockmen Are Benefited by Fairs 'In'pin;.:!i car ilaily from If so, we would I'ke' to IL- 'r' I,.rt"Irr..dle ... itjj I G.'i'ip f.v-. u.. nn,.( .a 1'A Uhni P8p
-11.111 tH htli II ..
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It.1.: Storrs DeFunlak SpringsAdjournment I terest In the \r 0..lnhnx >: icyl i S I"h I : It I pa L'n.. ':_
h. lIs city Ja lIary 11 I | |lacksoncill4 to Birmingham I you using H.jliKoro, i
I to 2 p. m. I a : iK u I a k'-p. rrrI'lllii ,.. .u. .I... tlfc H Jb
and 12. 191\5. an l.romi..11 to x' largely Afternoon Session-2 P. M. N'asliville.! 1 1it. !-vansilleChicitronsacola. ; ,< Ar\ Ntv l'he: ,,:Ipliur i. :I :f I 1 a s"p I., ;r l'Irtr.e" 1)1r )I m.\i.|| 7&.
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aU'n.J."I. 1 111'sodati..n was 01'Janlzed I -- -- '! I L t t ,1..91.I.I. I1 .: II A'>' 1I..tp
in 11:18 ity. last tip 111{. and AdlrcRs. Baby Reef. I. H. Welch. Louis, ) Mobile Miami Lime) StoneThe \-'li :.'U .. '..:bx."A H..n.U Liinltr-l. Ar Tiilfili.' ,(I t'IIa; ii blips
the meeting of took grower ,at IhJ'' i! of .l.trkxim ill.Address >- and :New Clinst leans. I t,, I). It. I liH-n.ui'. .. >ntill to ;Nr York
i Lr .In..rn..1 U '' L'' ar
!, r. ....nl.1 farming and Raking! of p
time was tarI. Hlh'nj'c rn I walls of a building Ar nml'inL "1s. l'. UBr>.J\' *_
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11vCII being "M'jIOnt from rioI'I 101. I Pure Bred Cattle P HuKliiS.; of Ponce I .
fkorgia. Alaha la and Vi. stssippi.Awung de Leon Kl.i I Dining Car Service in the constructed of his stone Tbn.ush' TinLrod i"f Ht" ,i':Mil .'0, Ar" : big H Yoor.rep nrj I sN.
the dstI'-11lIi..b1! ; s Isil' f" In al. I Address by the representative of I areFire I L. JarlcHint el.t.10.) volt ) KWSoKf
ndance was Janes'i it l un. seeretary the ltr.ed h'rs' Gazette of ChicagoAddress I I Sot tb. 1 1Knlltc lkl: : l tree reJinioi l*hair: Ii i I.. ..%.".li." l.... .*..'. I I Ill I.11''r: 'r "' Ky: ; f.j
of of th 't'nltedstates. Dair.Mn. K. K. Park of I .\, iilunlb..t, ....., -,.I*. ) >.. Ky I/ GI'u l _> -. K t!_'7a3t
I I I \r *.11,\t" ;S.U "' .. r ; ., wl'i
,. 5. ; i-1'1: N"lv '*" l'' llId '.lmll.oJ. Dully *
"Iran. I.H Proof i \r Ilexp'' I :''I. r Ni. r..V' .... .
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III' : "al..llr.t'n.' thr-nh mcltr.and fullnui
The the rom nj con C.1rat; dlM-ussioa! of thirty min111) 1 "I tllO? innuChicago and : kn.-ivi"-':': Inn.o; R' I| PUpI.-en.a1'.r41Jk"n.dleI..Sr"Yuri, ., .
j lie (r Ie.-l %!:irri tit Mr ) M'141:i _
I cd.
,entic.n' address I'y Scrretary I j S. Flori.a! I.inii -urc your I II \ I.""n" ,.... 1:1'j 4 V,(. -- -
\Vilson 'he has ag :1n been 1.1'1| of omniiite s I II I tio-lid..rca 1nvlled to attenl I and the me' hers fIr I 'l.leriijn of officers. j -,1Iedale-and (n'.l! information ,'al'! once up there ererabtlcgAfter is noexpense \; ......... .It..,,) .I''IIIU i .II Itr.......::.K""II ..iil.ltlillTfl r Soil
the 'xecuth'o c nnlUL't hope ,hat hew1U 1'ui.il a.ljotiriiineni. I mi or write.C. repairing 'I lend livplii, |; l'.tr Maw rn J..k..II.III[ ..".. I. |.. .J.. k-.Mi JOITII\\r.i ; ;.. kJ 15bp
of
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or \ J..t"I!. t; HnKyr 1n.ptt
be able to I here. The .tOl'ramfor ; ,, \
.
EJ Herring M.nh 1 :40 k. al.
: painting. The first cost is
the convent n as adopte. by the MASTERS' SALE.t'ndiT i I, I \ A'luiiU.. .I NuK) &>"
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t..D I AjrrM. but little than wood .. "!.\La. Ho K 9.N
of'xecuth'e'comn tteee. Is .as 1)11010: .. mere >
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Wednesday Jan .11-Mom'ing Iii on. and byirtue or a d,-cree of I Vr )I..n".hl'.ll..nn.. | KriKrl' I..p.
I'ror..I..sllre I' 11" i i I A k.n' .t'I yin: (.rn I4. a
Convention c lied to or er byAreaident and sale IssuC"out of theCirrufi It I- :, SL LoaisGKoi on Sale i I irv \1..1. ..ffc""r .- UpI
S. II aIl8\.11I.. of Marion '' I A' IIx-urine- I IJ..*;..
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county Fla.Address i I t Su 1.5.rbr Ylnnds. Limited'
of 11' !lronlt'. Mayor (:forge; Circuit of Florida in and for Dade trakcs klo'1C i.'neS 1 b f cfa t1Yht. I --- -, -- -i-----\----- --
:)1. :':o1an. County in a cause therein pending I AKKIVAM Ar JACt.I<..'\"ILI.E:
Co missfoner of gricul I considering repairing re I K-om N> W... \ i will{ '.. ..
Response herein the Bank of Bay Biscayne a w York bingt w aiihlni:'nn FlnrU Limited s
ture McLln of orlda. I' pairing Is much lIeu than From Chk. ".fin.Innail.('n.Hauo end Stuart Yrwm MrmuhU. ..
corporation. Is complainant K4niuOily Birminxluia.HKUnlU* UmiuM. 1I. m.
Address of w. me. Preside t Ch\' wood. The appearance to friim C1nrtnuAtiAsherlnr.ete.-ao.tt"Wasbiny'oaslid. l-rt la t.a.Ir Board II. Hale Is defendant. th3 under- .._ j.----
E. Garner of the Jacksonvlll much superior jto othu -- -- --
of Trade R I signed Special Master In Chancery GroperieslThat material M the)} Round Tnp Summer Tourist Ticket 1 BOW on ale__ _- .
Response by member of i le association -
to be selected by the c tialr. b will sell at public auction' In front'ofthe i ,. c- LUSK District Pauaafer Agent, 103 W. Bj Juksoavillik flu,

Annual address. President: Gaitskill.Afternoon : court house door at Miami, Florida Architectural Posblities are 0. H. ACf RT. 0. M. W. TATLOB..0./?. A.
I during the legal hours of sale on
Session. I I i. H. HA&OWIUX. P. T. M. BKOOKS MOBQAII. A. 0-P. A. .
Address Range Cattle. W. f fi. Lan- I the first Monday In January A. D'I are not pure and fresh eta dear Unlimited.

lord Fort MyerA. Pla | 1905. the same being the second tt any price. \ 'e sell oar goods at such I ---- ---- --- -- -,---,--
Discussion fUie subject, led by J. of said month, to the highest end best prices as to eiable us to more them W. ate the ton. to say

3L Lee. of Klisitnmee. Fla. Wf' J. Edwards bidder for cash: the following Jescrib- before they hat'e a chance to get old. size. t W. hari turned SEABOARD
Fla. and others.Address
of Ocalaj
(1) improved Breed and ed real estate of Stuart H. Hale the have columns and planed mooM-
(%) Tbe.Confirniatfon of Beer]! Cattle defendant, situate. lying and being I, Hence \}-c always hip j 1

Z. C. Cllambllu of Ocala, FlajDUensslon. in the county of Dade ana State of Broken ttoa tat Rabble Air Line Railway
left by S. a Galtsklll. Florida or so much thereof. may be 1 Pure Fresh Wall, emab4d |rock Cor
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.T. Edward: mnd others 1 j
Addreta J. ThefiCuban Marks Past sufficient to satisfy said decree and Sidewalks, aM A Na 1 WQPL '

Present and" Future. W B. Hender- costs of sale, to wit: Groceries UJDe'ahrua'o*I.....
: : : Columbia Camden
Savannah Southern Pines.
oo.of Tampa. |p:1a. t I' Lots forty-nine (49) and seventy ., ,
- DUcusslon. led by E. E. Skipper. (70)) of McDonald's plat or map of I, Raleigh, Richmond Washington Baltimore.
Judge G. W. Hotcomb and others. the business center of Cocoanut Grove Let UsProyeTbis Statement
New
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Address (1) Fence! Cutting and the
Xatllation of Stock, as Viewed by which plat Is recorded In Book "A" of To Ton. OfferI I Two Elegant Trains Daily. .
Rangeman. and (2) Stock Growing Plats of the Dade County Land Records .

For Profit' G. Murphy, of Brad town at page 16, being part of Lot one Seaboard Express I Seaboard Mat

TU: I Hodl i (1), of section twenty- ne (21). town Modern Pullman
Discussion. led; by F. S. etI. P. Equipment.
I,. Sutherland and others. ship fifty-four (54) South rane forty- '
Adjournment Until 9:30: a. m.. Tuhrs- one (41) east. MagnoliaGrocery Cronkhi ie I ONLY
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Seymour
Kote-United Estates Secretary of Special Master In Chancery I j j I } opsritim diilf i&rongli sleepers tree ta boD'illa: to lei Orleir."or .
.Agriculture JaB. Wilson has b Patterson A Erwin,
and If he -an attend .th< evenIng I. ;; full inform h-.n :a.i.1! .lerper rr ervationS.Mho.irH call on any agent of tie
Solicitors for Complainant
address
session wllljjxs devoted o on Co
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l Quarry or
by this diUnguUhed Am ?rlcan. I

Thursday. Jan. 2 Morning Session.I i I i The governor-elect of West Virginia'Is 'OP.\KU FULTf4iH ST A. o. MCDONNELL A s'tlirn. .i_ Pt-S: &(L Jac&soariile Fla. '

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.. OBLIGATION.Drpartneat
',', ,. : ?- One of the recent "'Panif performance of the latena:.
.'(tea l' V :; at the Metropolitan Opera Office
at dalnesvllle. Fla.
-, .I ,J"..' .:.tot ,i ,. H ..r ,. Ilgufe wa attended by a large Laud November '. Wf
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." II dclepilion of music lovers from Is
; a, i r"oUre hereby given that the fol-
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up
41 towing named _
I 'I 'I" II flier has film
/; ;r. ;11 .III',, -;., 'I\ 11 ;, :: '\ II .,' ml I \ mot <>f the tint floor seats for the notice
!.fJ: ;" j et'Y.. ,U'' t e iL '://r// \ .:;;:= 1It g) h': I OCL.U-IOU. .\ (certain well known opera I usher+ In intention support! to of make her commutation
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I. r. I "" ': lZZJJ ; said. proof till be mad beforeiilha
\-J ; ; j/J ; I while prouifiuKlin, in the lobby after I
-, '- ; : l ; ("4 ;r ,I'.. -_("j -1 I SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ,_ I c the lr>l net, and they stopped to D. nem!), u S. Cooimlnloner. at
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.0 .. u j 'J d *cu.s the n.iriu of the performance on December 11. 1904.
\ ,I' r'.t- !: f : d #. M tit. Minnie Loui !Lar.pber of Cut-
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,\\ : \{ ; :t. :.. ; : MAKERS .! MWY RK rt ddj'l.i.II-: n: tin lrt,- IOUI.t-: : :" o.' souPinigt quarttsection 13::,
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: \ :.. t. -- :' : -Correct Clothes for MenU "\\ In' .j"tI't, \,, : .
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\ 'li:,-r <. Oi>hsraa.>. of PutU, Fla.
II ,\ Queen Victories TOV*. at S: Lou.t. '. W. Hill, of
fuller. Fla.
-t. '. 'H '1 In J l.,.1.I :'.11' ,- ; :.in, 1 1..1. is''I i It. Nixon, of Cutler, Fla..
I trs. \'ih'I"r''."t. v; :.. i-i it .r'j j ,':.ds r..:'", I. A, I'roittor.: of .
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I the 1\.1'.1'- lair, =M Louuiil :' Di partmcnl of the Interior Land Office
right [ {ppl! t to t tLc!: Htitiiihi.t of all u : .i it Gainesville Fla. Dec. 5. 1904.
7 \ <\\' l'.:.i".': 1 n.' lrt-h: : ]1'\ d...k ..i Ill,.,,; is berrl.v Given hat the folk .
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; '] i \\ .a ..:I ir is a r''.j.i:: of t.,ti. >Mcn' named sct.kr: has file.I notice
-- I K'" n. at h'nin.toll; ju ..(.t. i' .if !hi'. In:..nt on 10 ma'!.e flcaj! i.roof Inn
L.t.r.i ; n> of I' of his claim,
an I I tha' sjll proof
\1.1' r. i" tint \Ktoru played with '. i I U> made
COmeS Year !'o,1 i -I I'.., '. T'1 .n unt is rubbod fr>>in 3 <'omml."lun'r btforc, John 15 Rrilly U
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at ns office at
Qhri ut fie of ,.. The of annih-
rna $ once a t.t. oh arm t' anti. Fl.>rla.! on January 10.
r i-, e";:u' .nd the! le!; of still ann I Ia. i"J d.i iArna: L M, ck r of Cutler_
rr i> m. -in;:. All of these iuha." Hi h ,
.. >-i ostcnil :2::3Z9. for the n 1-2 of
Uiu .ruulix, pn.cryed.LondonGhrnnr .
----- -to I 1 soil n 1-: of sw 1.4. section 35.
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( ;i ;c 'to n.hlp 5C; youth, range.3S eait.

41 t ".: up your mind, to have the best for [>nce. If it's clothes, nothi j i I --> letter H.Hm *.*yII. !he names the fnllowr.yr 5...'<>jpioe
id 'jn L.b. i the third largest lu hr continuous residence upon
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/ I ', indO>- 1 m.n..e fea in the world aid (tulti ation of jjald land vU.
m rdke W than an AI.[ RKD BENJAMIN': : # make. The first plant in America l using thegarments. < (. :
I blab, acct ill tueto the Mediter surge W Koscl. of Cutler. t1t.
f(; :....-.. ecu -..J 1.1.1: Cir.blx.vu; "<.,. r O Boat of Cutler. F'.a.
''fi eE London Cold Watcrroccss was Alfred Benjamin & Co. Tne fabric is I and a lull n now before the Ottawa'I I f b(. Spencer, of Cutler. Fix:

pjrli.iment: to change its name tcj j {lorejce Cazzaro.. or Cutler. Fta.XV. .
fol ed in colt wet cloths and put under. pressure, coming out velvety! rich-I eking and the 1'anadi.in sea. "for good pout. .. O. Roblotoo.Reglatef..
ical and national reasons and to as- ; .

fit or'l st vice. The Alfred in is only crt Canadian supremacy over lhs I, In
long ; name Benjan on high-grade water* of the hay and the adjoining;: i the Circuit Court or the Seventh
udiell'
Circuit of
Florida. In
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tcrntnn American whalers from
Bi line in all the new, effects just received. Nr r t>tulur11&11': are practicallythe The JwJ Fort Dade Dallas Cauntp National-'" CII Banc DeefJ'of. illi -

15 $18. $ 25 only people who hare frequent.i ami. a corporation complainant, \.. -+
.JI.4.1' I ,>d the Bay for the laa thirty years. l-oronfo laC'katOlle'and Anne C.
Prife: ?. . I' licatlon.Blackstone; his ifv Onlvr- --- -tar-- Put.--
By th. CM Pip Reute.I *
Upon applmtioa a ne complainant .
"- raid: u .tl! saloon ia ...
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XmasGifts for Men Nothing li Is doses to a' You Sleep Better licjunr Le" >too deputies, Ale., the discovered other day a special new win VV.|. It. appearing Erwln. one from of the said afflJavlt ejlldtora of;

that the
makes .IN WELL-MAD PAJAMA method to sell in violation of thalaw. and Defendaata Anne Blarkilone, toreuo, Ma Blackstone wtf-.
.Man's than his shirt
.Nothing a man look A. : It n'as in the form of a pas have each been absent from tM eous
wwell as a GOOD H AT. Spring effects in' n tat designs, j jet. By climbing through a scuttleto tjr 'lot Dad for more than aiiry day
;I- You get a perfect fitting one in a place over the store a hard partition next precedlnc the appUcatloa ot this
; $2.00. nd 13.00.'Young's was seen. This was broken order for pabUcaUoo, and that th.
Knox 12.50I
Hit $5.00 residence of:the said Lorenzo Blackstone -
I and found to contain tank
Manhattan Shirts ', a copper and Anne C BJaebt De.his wife
Hat $3 3.50 I The tank was connected: with the la BOW ta* rat vt New York and state
Some Beauties store by a tube which resembled a of jKew York and that there la ao>
I at $2.00, $2.50 pipe. D\ turning on the gaa j jet pcnmn la the state of Florida the aerrlce .
Caps Caps -I'! J n mercerized silk at\\ 15and $6 gu whisky could be obtained. I 1 whom of would a subpoena blad the la said chancery defendants poa.

The! latest style !(s the Sir Thomas MAJESTIC i iLipt SHIRTS, Men's Night Shirts made by Steiner .......... 1Mti--. Ijomxo Blackatone.Blaekatooe: wife and or either AluM. of C.
Jules Lefevre of Paria writes I ihnn. and that the said
Lorenzo
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n, price r $1 i $1.50$2 $1.25, $1.5p, 2.00 and; $2.5O .& Sons price 5Oc, to $2.00 Aiu crs of London: "I returned i. BIack toa. and Ann C. Blackstone, '
hU| wife are each persona of overtwentyone
from Lancaster few
only a dan ago,I years of
age
: feeling thoroughly disgusted with It la therefore ordered that the said
I.. j Edwini qi1 a p Shoes I your English love of senseless senti I VIII Ixtifenxo: Itlackstone and Anne C'.
ment. 1 had become engaged to a Rlackstone. his wife, and each
The Shoe.! made. They cost 50 cents to 1,00, at wholesale, more than any other fl Lancaster lady and because I had the bind bill are hereby of complaint: ivqnlrad filed to appearto la tile
YUff.WDII $7 00 the honesty to confess that it washer
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manufactured. oe made. Price I cause on or
si money"which had attracted
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I .r I II' me Monday the 30Ui day of January.
the. engagement to my astonish A. D 'I90S: otherwise the allegation
'' of said bill will be taken aa confess
canceled.
: ] vet and aokard Sh.oes ment was immediately by the sald| defendants and each of

Java.. eM ChIt them.
For he business man and bvery,day wear. Price I It la further ordered that this order
$3.50, $4.00 will be well when continental be (published once a week for four
.. statesmen learn that a score of natural consecutive'' weeks la "The Miami
facts discriminate the Japane Metropolis." a newspaper published
xippendc r. f Ladies' shoes l'r-nd? oxfords people from the Chinese and the In State Miami.of Florida.In the county! of Dade lid

These& shoes, are 1 so good we could sell ,the. agency for them' to another firm in Miami fpr $Z SO. 00 Tartan.blood, there There ia even it more more of of Malay Kanaka .Dated D. Itof.cSE.U.CLECT.CT.this.; 14th day of December.A. .

and nf .rVljimJSTi' .bIoed,< ir .) Leo Ossrhoa,
that fearless, self reliant visage lAthe Vrk' Circuit Court la aad hr Dade

Men's .House. and Bedroom, Knothe Bro HOLIDAYNECKWEAR<<+ famottn Marquis Ito than ol C;ouaty. Fla.. By': W. M, Peoe. IX,a
Genghis or Kubla Khan.-Sir Edwin Pattersul. A Crwln.t .

,Slippers Suspenders and Belts Two Large Showcases fun Arnold in London Telerraoh. flolMtora for Com laIIWlL

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n Everetts, Romeos, Faust etc. The largest line we bate ever In the newest toned .effects. We have

$ I 1 ; ftbown | always shown the hand melt line i ir. i

1 IraiU tioo AlBoator,-for $1.00; PriceSOCt.- S2,00.i Miami, but in this selection we have surpassed HOW WOULD AB

Bbrji and Tan Romeos for 1.50 Men Hosiery all past efforts. You II certainly) .
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Leather lined r.flat, for 2.5O in every conceivable Shade and ones. '
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-' THEDAILY You will cairn iff ir. ill of your hf !M.UI.II.' li.iil> ..'ii d.lIn"II.. Virnmi.ilid ; :.A8lfl0, i i
Ml IMI METROPOLIS.: if \. >u fill In KI': 3i> the K: h N.I| h "I!-i j jnl ,, ('nl"1| ::.\* iiiaile the oilloul! c.in.i ; OittCifOvt00iftiffNf/raifNff.NZCWf.N09iiN.ftONifi.ii>ifiN.....lfNa ,.
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SJturdat 17, 'P4, '.'r. .mtIr! : I'. V. Carina: nnd son, 'i be .\itji: .\lh1, ti{, Avs.lCili"tI' rtccol -

''oiiii:, .ir.> 11 lasts,4' front Si. I.ouil i this ji.orim, ,; in hara r' Iron,
Buy your ,ickets turi.ht |ior ih., ,.h'r.\ th...\' t.'rri 'iirn.c! Ih. onli.MI .I"1'I. tn. -J. np'Iif'U'in ha'ln: 1 Do ls From i
Montia uigb OBIriaiani ni. ..> ."i.in, -"h.\! t.-i. .<'! !1:1 '!r.- h.'a! "i I"r.u b.n.I; cud, 1''llIrllcll'irm IH DoUgland
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i and ;;l.l'i( to ui I that n ti, th,.'ir ii< I Lwd. llni' )."\> pats ih ( lul in p .a, ,
... lion 111!* .ij I.h anil bil IIIIM,
n '1." and :1\ Ii9i Ih -> r 'J M! .ath iu :;o u Inr
V.V 1,1 siartit .
Confactor Uniluitn ---4- *s pr., y"-d |fur 11111 I !intcajoj to con : i
result' for M \VV :
Ing! a six-roue r. unit und the chirti" r.Becni.it1 n
Sikes on Sen th street. S\'rIl hun" n r pin 'quippe' in I I'
with: "'..t;-. m<) all H-uis oftparapherr- I N i

,Ill'll.morning I. L. rom dge Hot return Sprlu-( 'I a f"l't'rday Ark.. ':Iut li.i (ho for Honies-tiMd rniiiiii| i/urhjsvs.t-eofon| In It tI.:011"ihe l'a.1 'an,1 I ,8l'rt1a'y]lh'y; Ihe 111 ladies so.11 of Thurslav the .' >tJlethoJibt !i Pretty Dolls and Comical Dolls Laughing! Dolls II
Church dt
continueft
to ,
fiery cases IW .ran: t-: C.da 's. Gdiiic Is renortfil l v"rv pie .. : :cUe.l..
'_ i :11 tail hero and as a nsii't! some g.N.t| .a".I000 i i"*l* ; .u..3. ft seep liint ana Dolls
killings ran lit exlkcted. t open shop from, :2 o'clock In the after ''I Crying Talking Iolls and iSIeeping!
Commodore and Mrs. Hushes arc 'noon until 10 tonight. The publicis
out again on Ihe 1 fish:ng banks. today Captain hRoss wil take: to ih cordially jintltcd to drop in and Do Is. What kind of a doll is there we; haven't
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trying, their lurk at kingOsh.EC gee the many articles to be had even 'I
fibbing grounds tomorrow In the Jupiter !
-' If not a cent ,s spent. : got: I Its the grandest Christmas Doll
sure and hear the musical;; pro- j Captain pnd Mrs. lUll)' and fannh aggregation. '..
:Mr. French and others it., condi
cram at the auditorium on :Monday j j z,011 oooooooocooooootFifty 'II Have
nlsht I lions are favorable a big catch In ev you seen our big display of :: :: :: ::
f j petted as all of the party are ex per: Thousand Dollars I I .

F. H. ClarkJ; of Jacl.son111'. lain j I enced anglers. : I' I \ a
t n H B B MMMWI 'I
among those lit the'city today bust- I' THE \\ (}RRING CAPITAL I I
new and pleasure. I, Mrs. J. D. Horn, wife of one of our OK
former townsmen and who Is now enRaged .
ind hiss in the mercantile business at The first National Bank I
P. Pratt.
I L Kite
down this ,
Homestead went morningto
|"prominent Ladle of Fort Pierce, are join Mr. Horn and make her future brAND !
Mjtmi.iI Silter Cut
among those tylsitlng and home there. ayd Glass: :
.la tee city today sopping I ITs! ASSETS AtU'.KKGATIXGf -

At the services tomorrow morning I / OVER THREE
\V.. Budd. Jrt traveling auditor of at the Presbyterian Church Mr. Holds- HUNDRED THOUSAND i
UM Y.-E. C. Rfc.. la In the city today I worth wills Ing a solo; and the pastor DOLLAKH SUlU; TO DKPOSITOKS I .
oa one of blss|,frequent trips to this will preach taking as his subject. AIISOLUTE1'ROTEC'IION. I ,
end of the 11A.| I i I "The Projection of Christ's Person I LIBERALACCOMMODATIONS
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J.Into H. Hays hia handsome. Cigar new man.store nn v'''room''i today -' ality.! The for midweek the nr-service"nC has beenEsspended 1 o g THE BEST 1 FACILITIES..AN1 i YOU SHOULD .COME HERE' FOR YOUR HOUDAY PRESENTS. .

Jut completed inhere he la fitting up At the First Baptist Church tomorrow I I lOtOOOAQOOV I

hi. elegant itogk. In fine shape. :( corner Avenue C and Seventh BECAUSE(; OUR ASSORTMENT CAN HELP YOU TO DECIDE( ) .
street, the pastor will preach at both '
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Mass will be Celebrated at 10 o'clock services. Subject 11 a. m.: "Apostal
tomorrow moraine at the Church of From Jesus.- Subject 7:30 p m.: : I
... Holy Name .corner of Avenue C "What Christian Cannot Da." AI! ONE[ GENT II W000 O

and Tenth street ., are cordially Invited.Mr. .

I V Go to the T BUcayne Drug If tOn\ at j' and -Mrs it James Mackle of Mrs, : BUI DINE &
Under this all local ;dv rtlaementa -
heading
QUARTERMAN
|-J> ce and get your aeata reserved for ami. who were at the Worl-1'a Fal- ]
Miss l cram'. entertainment. | 'I from the opening to the close made will be Inserted at the : ,
day night.MraMinnie | I Mona: Admiral Gills and family a little vlsl'' uniform prick+ of one cent a word for
j, I their home. Mrs. Mar-kle Is Ube
on way > each Insertion, no advertisement te .
I Price j from entertained at the Royal Palm thl. I. '
be let than 15 eentaFound
tills morning to spend wlnf Melbourne correspondent TI .
fspray. N. C, ; _.
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tnsvllle Star. I I ,
the winter with her son. T. A. Price at I -
home north M the city Umlta; | on. Avenue B, a purse.-\V. --,.- __
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I W. Farla. I I 'I I ,
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Dr. O. M. Wallace wife and daughter I is ,
Mr. and Mrs arrived the.elty this morel visitors in the city today am taaer grooms trait '
ins with the Intention of locating and who are registered at the Day new. ace.. M Wllao nye-a. 7 "
ywy" into the bakery buslness.| Dr. Wallace I. connected with the pen near t
.1 Wanted.-In or Miami or Cocoanut
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of the Government
i don department
Mr. and Kn.|A. A. Bon. wlgre' and Is oa the East Coast malnl Grove a lot or small place. Ad-
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cently moved toltheir winter home at on business connected with h's office I dress X. Cocoanut Grove Fla. It
-i- -- TrnE TrnEI
Cocoanut Grovejlare In the dty today -
greeting frienda_ I Dr. and Mrs J. M. Jackson Jr.. and Hot chocolat: served with pure Jersey Toys and
children returned home this morning whipped et.eam.and cake at Bia- :
canye Drag Co.i| ,
, Mr. and Mrs.Edward Porter. plumbbnent after an absence of three or font
people of Live Oak. are among I weeks, daring which they visited Mra toCloan: gilt-edge Miamiproperty. e. .
I Iffe later arrivals In'the dty. They Jackson's parents Cantata. and Mra Money. Apply to on R. II. tieymour,J
at Ocala and Dr. Jackson'sparents
I *are guests at the Blscayne and I may Barco.
Priaaell building. ;
I ,prolong their stay ladettaltely. I -I Dr. and Mra: Jackao. at .
Branson. TIle'trip and visit Wall I. !
most pleasant and njorabie.. i hot.chocolate: !JCXVJM}.with.*ore .Jer-I
AI.- the Preabyterlaa
of
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S detr I
ladles
The [ say whipped cream, and cake at ,
Church will bold a Plaenshkm I
Drug Co. j|
canye
Tuesday. December The Timea-rnkm of yesterday contains 1
Tea at the Msnse on '
20. from 3 t* 6 o'clock. Refreshmeatafree. -:(I an article on the organization i
AH re Invited. of the Florida Bank and Trust Co.. a r Furnished bouae and rooms+ for light I' I
oIidy6ood
,I new concern to open for business In housekeeping apply 638 Twelfth

Miss Ingram lib few equals aa an 1 Jacksonville early nest month. Among street I IHena. I !
culture those listed as directors of the concern -I ,
and iher physical
elocutionist
her best la W. M. Brown president of Fort i
her at | \
young
perfed.of8ee
la
,, work
kt the aehoo audltoim Dallas National Bank and Bank of &j .-Fifty fine hens for
t Monday. Bight -' Biscayne, this city. : ,ale Mra. T. A. Price north of city
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< limits on Avenue C '
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Jar' G.- G. Rantbo returned a few Mr. Wm. )(. Bro.n. president of the I I II. I
from Brooklyn. N. Y., very Bank of Bay Blscayne and Fort Dallas Hot-chocolate.| erved.wlth pure Jer-
days ago I
greatly improved in health and weigh-- National Dank Miami spent a coupleof : I. icy whipped cream, and cake at Bla-
.ing about twenty;, pounds more than days with his family In Tltusville CaDJe Drug Co 1 I
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when be went away for the end of last week He spent one 1 ,
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treatment morning In the woods with his gun I The finest elocutionary and musical ,
editor of'the Palm and dog. and returned home with sixteen 'entertainment ever given la to be at I
Bobo Dean
s. News la Injthe city todHe! quaiL Mr. Wm. Prindle accompanied I the achool house on Monday night I
Beach reports thingsiaf( exceedingly bright ,I I Mr. Brown on his hunting trip.Tltusville .-! Tickets at Blscayne Drug Storo.I .

for,the best season ever enjoyed. at Advocate. AT SMITHS .
.thla famous resort I I f.ottOD": hall, opposite the post-
Ii First Methodist EplMopal Church office are selling Juvenlle'a bicycle '
the Udlea of Avenue C and Eleventh street
The bazaar given by corner for the holidays at low prices for .
the Lemon City Baptist Ch-trch at Sunday school at 9: IS a. m. Morning i
I
Fller-a packing house laat night |waa worship at 11:00 a. m. Sermon by the cash I 6t I i
'. affair and was large.'attended -' pastor subject: "God's Jewels." Junior

:: a nuber being present League at 3:00 p. m. Epworth Hot chocolate served with pure Jersey
from, Miami and over places League 6:45: p. m. Evening worshipat whipped cream and cake at BIscanye BOOK STORE.:
II I 7:JO o'clock. Sermon by the pastor, Drug Co. i t
The schooner IJnella came la this subject "The Path to Honor. Prayer
morning from the Zlon wreck off''ort Meeting Wednesday 7:20 p. m. Our If you desire to ten or rent your
Lauderdale with another cargo | of11UDbet' services are for alt Come. J,I property list It with Hill Gentler Next
This .material la now loads p ell Herman G. Porter Pastor. 'real estate and rental' gents Ranler- Door to E. B. Douglas.
br two more
removed and one
will have seen It all safely landed. QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPROMPTNESS' I I on banking. Mlai! I ,

i -, 1 'COURTESY.AND :
W. A.. Merrltt sj taxldarmlut from CAREFUL ATTENTION Standing loom kill t be at a prem.1um''I
the'Natlonal )Mnsetjm at Washington, I I
D Chas located 14 Miami having an TO THE WANTS Of at the auditorium I next Monday night .... ...: e
office In the Metropolis building.'I He OUR CUSTOMERS ARE Co to the Blscayn+ drug store and Ret --

la ain expert In his?line ,and will prepare SOME OF THE FEATURESOF I reserved seats i The Death Angel has again visited I .
souvenirs Miami this time !
to supply curios and : clalmlngl as Us prey
the viliton.J.tn.j I, OUR BUSINESS POLICY Thomas Skaggg. [months old
of the rarest kinds to I .
Bargain In fine piano JustPrice41175
upright DOANE &
Infant of Dr. .
cn.l Mrs C. Bnln The RAULeRSOPI-
,- .-M. j. comlck. wlte of conductor :' The First iNational Bank taken In exchange ; easy little victim Lad bfn ..J Lui a few
McCormlck.who has been assigned payments. Bush 4; Safford Piano Co.. day e. and though all that tender nursing
to the ran between here and : competent medical treatment and DEALERS IN
the, Homestead country came d r WI1 Of Miami, fU.. sole Steinway rcPfesentaUveli. untiring attention was devoted to Us
this morning from ft Augustine knd care the result was Inevitable and at
,,JU make her home=)ere until. Mr.Ii Meagain. at- Lost-Between face\ houv and midnight the soul of one still free Choice meats, Live Bel Meats.'Choicest Poultry
Ick t. changed She from sin winged its the H.nte
Lemon City, open gold watch. Elgin way tp great Attention
preeent a guest at {the i-Southern. [ Capt. H. B. Shaw of Miami; spent movement stew back and front beyond. In the loss of their dear one and dressed_ poultryComer FAIR T;1t EAT JI EN T.
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and Mrs. -
Dr. Enloe have the '-
those registering<< | last week and a part of this week Inipecting and bead*fob. Fin !ler will be liberally sympathy .- -
i : Among the various houses of,refuge and condolence of the community -
goothera last nlght nd this morning,an the East Coast of Florida. continuing rewarded. of returned, to court house. and affected friends. The funeral ,
Mra. 0. A. long )II. take this afternoon .
were the Inspection on aa far aa Charleston will place at 2:30 Kc won U c.t'uLaaolt ft
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Long Miss Hattie Long. )( which la the limit of his district Raulerion's i o'clock from the residence on Ninth CO. .a..sS............ ....b....
of Doane ft meat markets I Uth St. nod .
LooFaad lOa E. C. RickarAa aU I IrJIJIIn'Wli Capt.Magulre. who was stationed inMi.sldppl street Dr. Farla officiating and the ( Are. D _.......taea.
whoare 1" the city located la DM 8UrUva bnfld-
Boca Ratone. tow Interment being la the city cemetery
accompanied him oa the
jcreetlnc frteads. .and, dotng-; ChvlstgaaIL last quarterly Inspection, bat Capt.FbYTsu. fag.opposite ymaop A I ys. tf by Undertaker a M. King. !;



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J I I there Is thus saving of about S'OI rl1 I per c nt .It ,

QiIEST'ONS ANSWERED an arrr which Is the cost of theddln- 1 1 shnl IK .subscr!bej I it

1 further north. There are ten to twelv.i this corporation b!

.. -, i tbousa d plants to the acre, and th 'and other, payments 'I I AND SON -

fruit rings; In the neighborhood' f 'SBUCS of stock: _

K I from I I p cents a dozen for Ked ayss ",li by the 1 boar I of i

Infer nation o Interest to the Prospective SetUerConcer ish to f!5 cents apiece for Porto p.lr. lion of earl 1 st x.k 1 : Special 1 1"olida'y 1I

The percentage\ of plaids fruIUn: d. pall, for in ra i. or ,
ling Miami and the Southern I
vends upon the care and Judgmett .i other corporal tins

p rlion of Dade County. ercise n their culture. some grown value of win- h shall Gifts

I having succeeded In securing fro Ing of the !><>arfl <.t i

from 9?! per cent of the plants 1= the that purpose. I Ara ri-martablo for
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i I pined I their I+ autv and Mrll-

many' iLtjuirlcs to able as In any section of the country I I-AuJs re may be purchased from K o This rorpor; lion in:: <|ualitic... Space

the Met" ;oils t: by Fr f.So f.--' aud far more so than: In mOlL S1\.1 up. depending on proilo: term of thirty }' ( } I will not i.ermt u" to

or tome [*.e:rrs THE CITY'S FUTURE. sty anrre and chipping point Ooo ', 1 i f ;:ire a detailed acct .

M'i'-l' pre "PF'PA all modern eonven"nees ICit... ; .>f the h.inil-ome
t .:rfBt...;: fn the ion \ road within i ., and LurJec of correspondence entailed : of civilization as electric lights. I Miami be bad for $50 I prr"rnt. vie b.nand .
ma Fay an arr, *nt shall! !><' rond, rte,! ; .. ask'U
.n"t' that
't&er"hy has become no heavy. water work*. sewerage telephone ye- ,;ml'\t lit legs tiofi t.a aunt :"- >ai.. Vice I'n'si.o'111! a S I you
unit we vonrlf
tern free mail delivery three n"w ppars + 'L'm
UIat'"oe Siave attempted lo the follow on a road. The samegnalltyfof urrr. and aThe > unl
arlitf such Infora two ualiuna! boKm, ,rue M.-<
ing to *umn* nze land farther away firm .
.
o.'Iu.s of
8 SON. Nose to Post Office
maUot | li most important, and to bank. etc. It has mile of! tItoautJ' facilities can of
course
traiifljxjrtatlon? n.ay lir ht l 11 I I l.ji one! .
answer |,hp questions mot frequently! IItrl'f'tof native mhit stone. It la ;, be purchased for less. The land is U tllual! Th" (',' i '1

asked ft Is hoped by |bill means that practically! the terminus of the Florida promlsi ng In appearance to those ac
lion shall lie n t-nil> ,
a a.mplt copy of the paper, of which East Coast Railway, for though an extension custom'' the deep rich soils or .-.
directors! Th < ,
I hundred! are tout out I will ID most I of the road has recently been other Mates, being rocky and' sandy elected annual by

cues, strve the pwposi Intended bet- built, penetrating the farming lands ': yet re: ults can be obtained from 1' y i -

; ter.Ihanfa persuiuil lctt T. Specific In forty-five miles south this Is merelya rw in excess of the returns reailzM at a meeting h 11 !
October of rarh
formation may be obtained by writingto .I feeder to the commerce of this city. from the more fertile sections of th ,, > &; MillerDealers
who to Iuct
are con
any ol the real estat or other flrms Here are located the steamship docksof j! countn. Ft"illzer must be used be I

r whose exlTerUsemenU appear In this the P. ft: O. Steamship Company ''Ihe ret rns more than Justify the ea corporation un !II Ih. : i

paper; 4d the best way I]I to become fa- I.!hose lines tare operated to Key West '| penditi involved first annual ('( in
shall be
nJlitr wfth local condl one, progress, 1 e: to Havana, and to Nassau. Immense I, Prop i of energy and Industry an :

Industries and current happenings. ,. wharves etc.. are being projected to heartily welcomed and the country George P. Bull. ,

while eaUtempl&Ung mooring to this 'keep pace with the vastly Increased I derelot ment being pnctlcally Just begun R. R McDonlltl. Ovs"ters

section, I* through reading the Dally I maritime business that most follow on th re :Is room for all to reap OH F. A. Bryan I ,

F or the Weekly Metropolis) i*, the former I the deepening of the barbor, work on benefit! which must ensue u the re I urer. and G-s"l"'Y\e., .
G. P. W.
of which win to amt to>> any address which Is now actually progressing. An I suit of such development Capital fin* full

at the rite of 15.00 a |yer. $L2S for I appropriation of $300,000 ha been secured here most profitable Investment whlV I R. E. Ot d, J.

large from the Goremment for harbor labor Is In demand and well tors.
three months; the Weekly-* 13- paid. Peo'I .
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peg* paper-being mtl ed, for $ .$. II Improvements and the Florida pie of moderate mean who come hen Article i I ,

y'': I' I 1 East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to and hap a small tract or land, makes The highest I I) kept In traps-Killed after Order Is

,/ THX cm OFBaranJ AIR I expend a like amount. Thai. $600,000 modestj home, set out fruit tree. aa< Indebtedness. to I I ,

out of the wilderness eight III now being used for this purpose and while waiting for these to come Into can at any time .

5 the railroad Jharlng i reached It Is a moral certainty that farther appropriations bearing engage la trucking, are: almost exceed the amount t
yean ago, I
r ? will be secured until the paid In. ,
thlripoUt; April 11. U9i| ,Prior to this jwlttout exception Bacceesfal. taken daily-Prompt attention to
trade' harbor to la a condition commensurate And this encores cost lei effort thai ,
ace whoae was prinelpthy "
store
tbaft
with its Importance: from a' commercial. In other of thti whTJi The name. and !
!|rlth the Indians, and ,a few part .eoaAtr, : ;
.eattered famflle ekbir'oat a precartoas : geographical and'ItiIu cal the rllmttlf ce! QBJItIfl rea4er outdo! snbscrlblrg 1

t Hteirnood by wrecking and the standpoint Importance Ttfffcnlrrfl work possfbl* every day la the year poratlon. together r .)

aairfactore of eoontle starch were by pnbUe men at the National Capital. with, the taalth .benefit.,of __:,. share* of the capital Second Street andfcBoulevarcL
and by an who will study the location by each are as : ,
tlinoaf erldsaeas cMlUaOon.: On open-alr lit tarowa In. At the earn ,f
Jthl 7tUH.>; Idaml was Incorporated of this port and Its relation to Inmli* Urn, people who an enjoytof healti O. P. Bull! OJui.

a* if dt/; furnishing perhaps the only and Sooth 'A D.lcutree., tow and moderate saoces* to their pnseai common stock!!. I', __ "}
: nothing of. :'the raet'trade that abode had better stay when they an G. W. King = -
*record b : a fuse .
tactane* on; jwhlch,. ,
|* 'came into. existent.* withft must sprig' Into ..deteDN'apoa the i iI Then should be weighty'reasons to laBuence common atoeki] 1

completion' the Panama eanaL to make moved aeJImportance. R. E. McDonaM.
anjon* a *
; bees town. 'Three I 4
out.ftst taring I OUr
I required A glance at the map win show the People who hare mad shares common Presaip
roters an
hundred registered
to entitle.any'community to be called most casual observer the possiMltttec ,1 failures elsewhere an not likely to b* I II ,I J. R. O'Neall i r tion Depart.h
the future holds for the Magic City. sloe :
very successful here. Intelligence an'lndus common
4 than that [number consU- I ... .iw
dtr'lm m d i 'use .
SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES. are u essential to good for F. A. Bryan t
At a meeting held for jry, } .*M taw r 6.a-.a
ineorporstton' I I tune.glohe." ere as la any other part of Ut common stock sibs MM W t.Mat
the i purpose of three i Miami has.one of the best public! ..Lod rme as rhea
and' o4 r-balf months after the first schools in the State embracing both I 1 Befor me ( r w sun :I : : : :
I If I Is desired to In Ceo. P Bull. G. W.
engage genera ,
the
train reached Miami. :344 rotes were common and high school courses
cast The phenomenal 'growth of this 'I The buildings are large and well ventilated. fnrml I s. in the raising of wheat, con Donald J R !

early! period has ''teen sustained and thtre Is a competent con s r oak?, reaches apples, grapes, ceother to medescribe well I i own .l I e( M. mtftt fma tkcsts ...

throughout the elglt! 1 years of the I of teachers. A Catholic content la to products of the temperate ion ,) In, rot : stock: .f RED CROSSPHARMACY ef !fcrkrt. lew.srt .

history.'IrOPCLATIOJi. : he erected this which n.llprorlue : one mmiles ist cast bill lot some hundreds o: names to tie I *
dty> I summer tat **'
ETC. Instruction. for both sexes.'t'here o the north and"Accept the cole and did soy rally I Milk l t $ dates
I the of land'she ...
that r part of legacy for hlrnsdt hat
Miami has'at preseni a resident pap- are also private reboots a musical + f
: than: things can bo growrr same f >rpres tfte ntq lsesday. Wt wl
1Ieiweenand( 5000. In conservatory and art school n>
jUOionof
nil *- E. L. BerdTne caGee tb tlras best
sUxk-ralsln,
Veith: 1Q this a : countrjis ..rnl
the wlfiter months th s population 1s tat every educational need may beu which' dafdllafri'.L. Present. tile .akr _ills.-
"no-fence is i
law
There a .
aosmenled ,by the edition of hundreds : :>i>Iird. There are about thirty WITNESS mat !
ol; Tlsltnrs mostir''of the wealthiest :nourishing schools in the county. ;real boon to the settler of llmltei I Fulford.

I '!'(,:'.!J, and there Is wry little tin
classesji 1 who eon-e to enjoy the Every religious denomination Is : DJde .
I nockhand In the. county. On the othe .
Meal curate and the nest, fishing In represented and ate follomlng hare Notary Pu W, era sal[taJatirt efa
In th-
if !'t Is desired engage
My Ci.nimlsslbn Isthess 41 ear taw
the world.| To.acc mmodate these : handsome church bulldlngr: Pr*>sbytrrlan. -
.('111111 of citrus fruit, pineapples, v* I
Ti&UorC there ,are i imerous hotel Episcopalian.; Cat olll', M. E. I Sanitary fou tara
i rious! trod lcal or Beml-troplcal fruits 1
and boarding houses, principal among Church, M. H. Church, South and THE STRANGE
the f 0\\1:'? of vegetables at the sea I
Immense We atop haej ear stock
which js the Hotel Royal Palm an Haptlst .
other i I
the! when all partcountry
nn o year
imlldlng. C40 f et long 300 feet ef cnsM frill s ellR.ItSyrtiOs.iak
SOILS AND PRUCTS.
f tli< are In the grip of wins
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wide and fire stories Ugh; with aecom- ) Remarkable
section: offers sledded advantage r
modatlna for 800 guests besides' lob- section Mrs C,sate
'I Is the growing of raits and winter ; :cr'01 any .other .'ortloo of th
offices,
bteaj rotundas, dlnlni"etc. f rooms ,
; vegetables for the Northern mar ,States.
.* I Is wet la twenlitf y acres of trope A Columbuof 0.
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form I.'t I.
kets. Tomatoes the staple crop. :
'gardens, beautiful beyond I f an Dec. 15. says:
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itlon! i re are *creral other deacrlP-I' but there are large qoantltiei of otn rTegttiV N'atls: of Apply for Let Ilrs Flora
!!<' neb as tomatoes 4 % | 't
than the Uoj'al' Palm,,.tobe "grown,,' _, tin Patent ,
.4 ': : --" u( the FranUIa e u "
egg-plant, peppers.beaaa..-eta- The
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better serrice
mirt let larger and *llh "
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'w ". ja ,usually found IaT towns oftw I planting ..caIon-extends! : from about d 1; '. Notice t* hereby given that the,.ate ''matron of the tt'ent1 '
October 1 to'January IS and the bulk Governor >Be> Oho!
dersned will apply to the
: he fixe. At writing aa- I M. Burdine
of the shipment! are Brat North from Tallahassee. vere scn-ed tIme
tith; ve-story hotel In process. of 1 td th* State'of Florida at
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'f1i>!o4[ imputation Is o tn. erIn belt y1 practically no, difference' In .the:I A.' D. 1'0S; for letters patent Incorpor jadging I photon

the Union furnishing Its'rrpresentatJYes. scMorx! *.HS mar be planted or tl::-.. aXing the Fulford. Fruit and Vegetable Ithe that Mn

.,Io 'f>r iAn undeslral -i '!!tW asatherr>"d ftdaf, in.the yet*. '';mwpn''Association I under the fol- woman that served

Vegetable a.TOwn tsualy'on the towel proposed charter: ledo. as Mme '
>Ieforeign element Is unknown. A NICE.LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
$ *i CLIMATE.Writing I'' prairIe lands, whblch era free from Charter ef th. FuWord Fruit and Vest- says a wonan
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.from personal experience,'. timber ar 1 are composed of' a kind ofI i stable Growers' Association mouth of Mmk' OF CELLULOID.AND PLUSH ALBUMS.. TO I- j:.
tlhown
after,' risltlni California and'other secUoB I mar!.. : TI1; underslgnei: hereby associate of and Ira mouth Chadwlck SETS CUFF. COLLAR AND WORK '

>;|rhere cllmatlcj|I conditions are i Fniits! are groan on pine lands t'I hem elves together for the purpose ol ble for her td be PICTURES! BOOKS IN GREAT VARI

considered at their best we can nnhes- .which are slightly higher than the becoming Incorporated under the laws tlfica. tlon. j I J

itatfn gy say that Miami, has the most prairies, and In thi! section very rocky: ; of the State of Florida, for tha trans -Mme....onls"Devere I *' LATE POPULAR NOVELS SOME OF THE

: winter "climate in the United This rock: Is a? peculiar coral fcnnatlon actor of business under the following table Kissinger. '{She' : AUTHORS, FOR TSc, WHICH HERETOFORE

BtaI ; Cold 1* almosjt, unknown enD containing a greet deal of plant food charter: a ..wonderful CHILDREN'S PICTURE BOOKS

the jst!ghtest frost being ;Ten ,rare. u evidenced by the fact that'In many I Article 1. might call III, and $1.50; SUITABLE j

Th*. warmth of summer Is temp.rsdby ; places,orange and other fruit trees are The name of this corporation shall could draw men AND GIRLS, -GEMS OF POETRY" AND "BRIGHT .

,W cooling breezes from,th*' At- to be seen bearing' thriftily. though be tho Fulford, Fruit and Vegetable them seemed to, do her IN WHITE MOROCCO AND GILT SUITABLE

lani 'h and tile highest temperaturerecorded apparently standing m a solid plate Growers' Association. Its principal : I I
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eyes
by the gorcrpment thermom-' of this, rock._ _Being of a poron
ante during Ole summer month is M.: I honeycombed: structure the root of Florida and its business shall be con officials e MANY OTHER ATTRACTIVE AND USEFUL
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enabled to It pletety under her :
HEALTH. the tree are penetrate ducted: In the State of Florida and
would come and go WK PLACE THESE ARTICLES FORWARD FOR
Tijefclty .ranks among the first In I and draw ample sustenance: from what elsewhere" a*' may be necessary or he would openly TAILOR'i!

Ue'piled dtates In I point of.health would appear to be,a very onpromlsvtngource. convenient over them. {As to BUT DON.. ? FORGET, THAT. OUR ,

c n 411 i entire freedom from malaria; Thh rock by_the ''way.make ( Article 2. ment. she rah that :'.NICE LAWN AND SILK SHIRT WAISTS OR
*a beautiful and banding sad we could do
Durable
ao
ad i are "pmalUngjlleeasef" The general nature of the business
!ailments whlch'an| common loof -. terIa(; and the 'mew court b boose to I4 transactedby this corpuiatkm'Shall occupied a 'cell WILL MAKE JUST AS SUITABLE A J'

veil 'the country seem .. be mad yell u well u several residences" ; be ,to bap?reli: and deal In aD well tron'and quarters had .. .. .. : .. -. : ; : : :' ... : .. : : :

lobed. la part, of thelr.power.'aar la:the'dtybant ofthla_ tone, in'mutts fruits c produce, fertilisers, crate sad strongest & ,
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tally appear a' mild formd.fi admired by an Ttattora. It also r she claimed!to "
ties
pa material commission
on
other packing
make the finest road material la the was to cover' !? a small
i y lear the bad effects which !or otherwise. to pack fruit sadveg9tabJcs then Home Sewing; Ma
cloth light
a :
Ion< for prollt.to: employ"uchageqt : and ,
........... pan carrying
: : _: ; : la thlllab': In-aUleage. coral condition : ,
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11I.' ; .ftfttp4Gp *,and establish such agencies at! rapidly up and do would beat 1 em'al ,
tte typhoid -of her highway to
Oerias: :_"anknown.whn* noels: point lithe State of Florida,orelsewhere murmuring .
fCTra rarely heard ot Utoadeeirahle Th fruIts cultivated are rhlefl 'At the close of ': ;
I the director shah!
to
as
she would go to
place for grapefruit; orange, sad pineapples
.=t-ab4'' amend teem proper. To buy own, bold, op the outside land
Guano lD&JIICINt-aYOClo I I petra aaJ
long $ crate lease,' tell and mortgage, real She would then
dmllar *eaa .whlefc' tnf preraJentla limes av. largely produced bat Deter estate for its business offlcet. farm ments, and

coder) climate Many persona affected Indigenous to the country, they thrin plantations and fruit orchard Ti citizen would? call

-\ with these fib bn come here with nttle or no culdraOon. Citrus Mrs. Kissinger
burl] hold and vote stock and seenritlesjof Mrs. Kissinger'
and hare been cured or greatly beaeBtted trees require from three to fire year* the
other corporations and to make prominent in
| Of course this)I* not the ease after planting to produce fruit.: Pine- who was connected a*
contracts' of any character with such
la every Instance. People die here, u appha, which grow on a plant some at the time Mme.

\ they ;J4o ererywher *. No country what resembling the eactu. and ...hlel!. orporatlons. time She says he
Article 3.The Burdine
| under her control
ha yet been discovered where people are propagated by setting slips or i
authorized capital stock of said time In her]
'are Immune'from death and disease. rockers, bear fruit In IS months after I membered )
orrioratlon shall be'1l1'8 hundred that
At'thi,aame dm* .It|may be trath-, p'antlag. In this section they an sent up for! nine i
feRys .Id'tbat th* conditions tending grown fn the open, there bstng no necevty -, *haies; of common' stock of the par val by the board of I r
cold 'ie of ten dollars ($10) each. At least ; two after
to cewr1 baltbfalneif'sze' aa favor- for .protejem_frgm [ and. yean '
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President Dillon of'tE '.?Jortli Mis'sjun --1 r Hinson :
House .
I : Press Association accepted 'thu: .R
presidency of tbit organization with -iarni
The profession the imJtrsiandjutf that he wUI/Jd get. \ Newly I. .
I' marries before his term cads! \ Furnfsnn In new location. Rat,. S 1.50: er'b
rI : -" 'i.:1: SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331; "t"-" .S .. P.IznlFlorld,

u f Three citizens of Rilkts'o'-e. Pa., I
1 !1! hate auouuced themselves a>as-caadK ] Located on the banks of Indian River. Fmeft Hunt nd"FI'hhllr In Ft.
dales for ma\ur .The>' are: George N Where People of
'* i! II I Smith. :'lar'u&-SDuth and Oscar Smith The Fort Pierce
I.Pftttersazx- <-& Errsri-. n.v; neither tcin; related to either of tho Hotel
rATTORJ other two .' \
; > y'S AT LAW.wlnprutleel ,r Moderate Means : 4.K.*WUf V text* Hmfcr "'

slloonna.Ptxtr tell ederxlpsMalu ; llenr' H Rogers! the 8uin : w bo worked fur 1 1 1C a day furrdnirsdlrlkes1 A" jTPIFcF: :. rt.OKIlA,
;' :JLt:er r,eumininexa ertteuug4ad n:an. once ; ,
: Ttaei.Larcta I U a little fellow, not much larger: tha i Are MakingComfortable .
., .. Mia I. Fla.T 1 Jar Could has a cow ll:k on each ,, 1 -
-. ""- 1 -,.- ,. side of ihj part In (he m.dille; of hH The RESORT
..D.. I hair, wears an iroa gray mustache I I ;
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31. Inc ] HousesI
'p. SUGiS' I u Ith cow h rn curls an I takes oT his, mes. Waverly I : ollllurtabl.
Keel(",.... r ,irmw. hat whenetcr he tn'ers a brokers"; Rooms,
i 11m D x t41b atrre. fiN I I I I' Urn' looks the Bay
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MIAMI, lrio IDA.rU. 1 f Ttio 'flalliustre! police allthorltlc. : ,Choice Properties I I .MRS. .SAUEII.V HELI.S., n. e&. fkt

-I. (I have who they roundel"pill'U;' up t"elllyf"ur.ol.tI be illIcpJerii ."\ \ | -+-i-.-.-.-.-. -.-.-.-.-.-.1_a+.-... ._,-._. .-._..

Y. JA'CX80"niCK, lR., cracksmen a gigantic gang Posto'Pniupwtnrs or!/ fcafc l.lowera 0"Iud"t tj We Have for Sale t I Corner \\enoe g anl llth Street., :: ffflOttY i 1

-. : j' detectives from corny oltles hate gone THE t
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"HnsL BSC..YNE to Baltimore to leutlfy the men U'possible I
BLOCKAVS.O"I I It S>\eral of them hate been Brick biulndai, bloc on Areniu H >\.................... ........ 6.500.00 9

JlU1U. FLORIDA. i IdentlEed I as professional crRcks 1t'n. 10 Iota on Seventh street ............... .............. ............ 1.000.00 I Y

I j ji -about 20 perl I 1 hOUR and jot. bur front riparian ns Itr<*.. ...... ..... ........ .000.00 flSA cARl S
:DR' RUSH. I' cent It la of estimated the young that men who recently 1 house and ot foot of Twelfth ttrcet.....X........... ... ....... f.ooo.ooFin .

4 | fOfflc W'J'| 'Fbnn* (M.W I aplled to enter the Naval Academy' house ahd lot Thlrtenth street, tn rfera improvements ....... .,.no.ooJ .
f 'I'I have failed In the physical test and house sndj loLl on Twelfth street tram U400.00 to ...... ....... 4.00000 ,
Re .'LI (If the '
the failure was largeldne to ,use
I S room houM,wlth r* lots whit bearing trees Fourth street ...... .000.00 I J
I [A l.FlA'1 I of tobacco. _. House and lot on Fourth street near Avenue D .. \ ...... ....... 160.00 Opeo d lie.eat 4 ISOper. .> *(tq 't

L In view of the notorious laziness! of'' : -room houM and lot on Third ttnet..... ..%... ....\.*.. ....... UOC.M Ikfrwniora at-atperw.e.k to 1'Mi.OTTlatBOOMS
7.. W. BACKUSJf the Russian Peasant write a 8t House and 3 lots on Flnt strive for aU .......... ...... ...... 1.00000 --. I.unstMru + !
I," I Petersburg corespondent. It will be t -- 'fit fete t...( IJtat, !ibis: I
Detsils watch the effect of the I ':C1-acre i orange and rape fruit grow bear Cocoanut: Grov ....... S.000.00 t3.1 I .
P1aIII ad Mad Interesting to H . . t
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i *for Building*,of AM KlocU,"Fine new law perm! t'ns!' ; labor on Sundays i| 10 acres Uirie and Joe-half ueand. bearing trait trees red Cocoanct . . j

,-t: iBesUenees a Specialty.Orr ,I and festlrals Grove .... ...... ........-.............. ....... .......' .. !.lOOAI .........me.,e. ....% ..... .......,. .:........-... 1
ICE It 1315, AvWuE I D. 1 (0 acres: flno farmlrf land at Cutler ..'..... ...... .........'f...\.1,100.00 'r Accommodations first MJM "I ,
a'ZC0,000 fire \\e lne*' I Vine VIew B.f
.I I Atlanta.had ... of W
loam orange and grapefruit grove at Orange Ridge .. c.ooo.oo :
._t ALTER C. DeOARMO, j I :planing!ay h"n mill'b> and R..tp1tP threenegro stock Tard.rest a ran Gee,yv' "_ v...._" -.i s"r.Zr.l; ....... I.t. ...:......:rave: .I:. '
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JVVt dences were burned. riparian "iiihu! $3.000 and 6000.00 I'' THE BAY {IIEW. i

f ArO 1eO"t.; : The -that-President t / Roosevelt House and 3 'ots on Seventh street corner Avenue H. 1A. j .
assurance
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FIne Tannin and c trus lands from fJO.OO an acre up. 'f \
means well rewinds us of the sto
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t-f Room 4, Melropoli* bui ding |I ry of the boy who remarked that "padIs Several furnished buries to rert for the season. Call sad see ... :, I .

Jfcmr 8 to li | Mi jni i, Fla i[! a very good man In his way but Itsa -acre grapefruit and plceapple II'O'Yh.. .... .... ....., ..I.J ..... Itt/.OOI, I. : \.' I r..
t tit darned tsar wav" 10. acres ind f room house'barn stable, tool house and work Douse \. D.M. CONNOLLY. Proprietor I
H. II. 'EYb10UR.Attor .' I-! .=. -- r. bearing ora ge and grape fruit >grove, on" Miami river with riparlanrightsan .. '' I 3 3t

cy. at.LD %" :" $1:00 ; i I Ideal] nome .....;...,.f.."...... ...... .........Iooo.M: ''| I \. t ,: : : ..t
I .k '11 ,...,., 20-acres one pine land on which is a I S or II acre orange and g:apefrutt t
Keg( to Terminal :
:, .{ ;m practice In -I'b.-?State" a ;i retera41I ,I remitted before December,21, willI" grove; 100 bearing,trees and other varieties of fruit trees. 4-roora house. ,! :I I pier ._ Oposlta Railroad' Depot, !
c..ru. Partcular-tleetion4uGrratiaa. pay for one yea-'. subscription to the good 'ell.l'e c. Biggest CfcrgaiB in'Dade county; 4 1 2 mljes frotu Miami MIAMI. FLA. {
!-util", ReAl E ,ate pad Praiie taw PALM BEACH JNEWS and secure 2Cj 1 Rock Road. Price .500.00 ; (I'I'on I_wertea ,.... -e-45.454 y a ****** ** >J $
oaceF..U, Ba' iai. KIA L FL& ,I 3 lots on Eleventh street for:all --- .
$3,000.00.
laver ; -- -
be in ol
tickets that can voted ....... J
aCf lady teacher in Dade county for 35 acres pine ind prairie land, 10 acres Improved. bolt mile south of Cutlet s -
0.D.&CJM. ROGERS" I one of the handsomest gold 'atcheEI I Hotel; 800 feet' frontage'on bay; 400 bearing fruit trees; -room cottage I i :: < :j

/I manufactured ... ,' furnished;; and wagon; 75'I*7m. hens and out bulldlnEsj. Prlce.U.OOO I I
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CIVIL HiGIXEEHMrtropolis \ Do you know the Palm DeacL Xeas. or the 10 orser' Improvements about 400 feet bay front tor $2400.00 I''n Southeull I >
slm cash. 1 ie e' : ate.dII2II.CGtD iCanteailnKa
If not, a request will bring you a : J JSPIERS
BiiUiiL No. 432 I-I} TuelftkStrttt. : pie ropy. I ; 1! teea lottallcd.hire -.+..

JM1tmi\Floriil. ;1 1 The watch Is on exhibltiou jit fhe': MERCIER j .
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t. :'. ...' I I I I Biscayne drug store. i 1 I II (FORMERLY THE "PIONEER HOTEL." I| tI *+
'OEO. LD I I The Rules of the Contest | I I
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FOKSSELL.
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L.CtrttEitluer
I The Palm Beach News gives the Real Estate and Insurance AKIIU1AVI. s. I t
II: RATES FROM' $:,00 UP
rules governing the contest In the following
Mrn ri.t 5.4 8a Mitldl>r Laid* a 'i ci itTCOCOANUTOBOVK. .I ( i Box 1;;. or U iX lI> "AY..nue D. I
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Fl \ I 1 1IeIahIe announcement: | ." FLORIDA Corner Elct'rlJtb Street and At CIJUC B.
"Each copy of the Palm Beach News T
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I Contractor& Builder{contains one voting coupon for the I II ._. ._._._. . FLORIDA.
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'irate h which can be cut out aid filled j I . . .
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A. W. 6RAHan. 'I'I'I out business and brought office where or, sent It to will tha be News deposltedin I I j Seems I II 1 -- I
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j'e.pl -' la mrchaalcn i I C end HOTEL
Fncwlow.p.n.t.stlalaetls.' $:< rrt<. -Let ima tip'" I Ia" a scaled receptacle: : to be >me BISCAYNE
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_ramr work tad.aM. you kept -Christmas Eve day uul then I a
.1aIoed. e KiaI Ref.a"I taken out and counted by a committee( { I Opposite the Postoffice.," t tI
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FRED JlUTTEl ;j of three prominent citizens, and the ,
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General Coa t.ctor. i "During, the cqntest- the subscription j I OUR STOCK IS i I Now .

.' Cradytg.Blaatng."( .. price of the Palm Beach News has I >FIIIILD )r Hardware Opr ---SedSO to flay 1905. .

been reduced to $1.00 Vyear. For each : NEW AND .
Well Drlll :.Sldewalk S ASH arid t
and.Road.Ubnetructlon! subscription for six months, accompa' I ..
Died by 50 cents cash ten o'lng tick. DOORS Salem Graham"
M. PARRISH.t COMPLETEPrices'are FarmingImplements. .
JEftftlE eLl will be Issued; for each yearly subscription I i
Stenographer and Trl"lwrlter.cn !.'
accompanied by S1.00 t1fen' PAINTS '.
aepoti.e.Urpu.ttk.a..Nap+fu'd \ Low '
wocfc. ''. _libartlud Ollicertttb ty-flve voting tickets wm be Issued '
v2r4- Struct, \11 I and for subscriptions to the amount THEJEFFERSONFORMERLY
hours 10.e> la C0/ sad 2.00 M tt-tt. 160 1
$5.00 accompanied by the cash
a.wz Minas C. I II
o voting tickets will be Issued."Subscription ; fV. WATSON
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W., C.. lyiaynard,, filled out win be found In each cop I \ e THE HOTEL 1'.Y WEST .

GRADUATE OPTICIAN. of the News during the contest j JOSHUA CURRY ....
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With ,Maynard!* Son. Jewelers "Voting coupons: or subscriptionssent : YTfte eliouto of tae East Coast j of Fieri:M freptlder ,;
by mall will be property! entered
AMM b Kjmt la rurt CAcijFOlEYSHONET I and promptly'acknowledged. Is nearer pfrfrctioa than that of au/ I JOJ'LV ALL TIIF YL\K. LUTES r.U.lf) .\ D\V A\D U'

J' j "Present subscribers who are In other place, :' oa earth' '4 j|t 4fSo t ',
IAIttfiterShoL arrears who remit the amount of their OD Half Block from Terminal Kei: j jWcst.,, I lori'a

_. ::-.1._ .e....... account or those who desire to pay, .--- -. .- -- .

tlIYhite for any period In trance will receive new ] MARCH: : : VILTuA-: -
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\ Eagle subscribers. 'I' Sclu to i I

The watch Is now on exhibition In I Opposite :eoyal Pa 1m Park:
: Fosr Chairs. I 'No1' itiD I 1 r- ,
f. the jewelry store of G. W. Idner& Son ,
Best Servicl in the.CityJ II I West Palm Beach and will probably be 4 j' t rM Corn.M TlilrUkntli: Sticct Iud 1 Atiiiuv: B.

A. COLBY !/" Pr prietcli\ Splayed! In some suitable place In J I .
30 2 T..tfth Sine,. II' : Miami before the contest closes. ( 'A/J/J/ ( .; Miami
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E:=,The Motors I lit- be -=-=- ;. ,'.Ji--or \ ,\ I't I l r. "l'- ':!,' _,t.t.-_ "" : A [[Restaurant that caters to ladi and Gentlemen

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== :::: j IXDIA5 RITEB, LAKE 1VOUTII acd BISCATXE nit I ..., '
== handle e iT/tliin ill Marine aDd. :=' are nukrJ from JackioBTlU tU U. !

E SUitiotiarjr (V and Gasoline Engineb 31E i t I nor.m.IJ.sr: COAST RAILTT1T. : The Ideal Oyster & Chop House
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...5"- 1 and other parts ordered on short eotlce == t d Steak Chcps erd fish Oysters) ; in Orly, Style

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: OZT.E cIJ K C>C1H = Fr nn ot WutlhlrnteHkr No'-"h" sad .t nWilar.100& mtf *t
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Oliver Typewriter. I
tau bt at home br.+ tutors.Planftel .
waists have come flack Ito
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scarfs of 'i
Those soft and graceful ..."
Mertyfsilk are "In" again. ..... "
Silk-f ned 'gowns Interest a woman fnt j .. -
BeeauM It Is'superior to all other "
More,than silver-used clouds. _. ._ :
W"ot _
I'' We|are selling,then, too, bscssis* --H r
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Newwalking boots have an unusually
our price and Urms..a:9 easy. If 70. I i'
.
& p.yamp of j patent leather.A want k good machine let M tan JM "
wise.guy is one that entertains ; ''the :' .
about
:
yon at roar own expense. J RHODES'GOOD

The general depth of the Niagara 1 OLIVER. .
river a i the brink of the falls is fourfKt

1 (II iiA I '

ve 7 large proportion of the -
wends' ;[supply of nickel .. produced

is The Canada.baited* States jj Supreme Courtcads A machine shop ha* bleu added to GOODS AT PAIR PROFITS

' the coloring of1 oleomargarine by our large establishment to satisfy theo
deciding that palm oil cannot be used demand for.a Brat class! repair shop
for AUTOMOBILES anil GAS ENGINES -
i* its -.ractare. j
and that department U to t
r'Nave yon 'seen the goody good I
charm of skilled limits.LOFTON We are
GUI ban? Well. nine times oat of \
tea.the! are so awful good because at your service.

they find it cheaper I/ than being bad. a
A wise old duffer worth a mlllioa or G
gotoff the followingPush- ladPan" 0
*0 E INIG.Sneoeron
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Ire that .
the heavenly twins
Ion to Lotion a lob.oL Opp11 lt. Post Omar W amt. raI
let a man located Easy streetgbt .
i 'I p I .

''';',To.make. aplication for a goventfeeat I
t position' nowadays I'' JOUr photograph j@mmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmrttm;'

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must accompany your P ppUca-- !
",' ..t esv an!'the photograph: must not beMore 1 .
thin three years old and a good Nu Jal1y's The WHO'rsyOU:

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/ I I CANDY I Druggist
LEGAL PAPERS.t D
a j 1. p- hose Rhodes
istaye Overalls
;
,"she fbUowinf papers were filed U __==
' the clerk's office of I circuit court 1

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../0. .T. now and wife Ephralm Tyler DtujAlt
aid Deeps Tyler for 160.00 all of tot j of our Drugs.
0 sad block 1C. Prow's omeI I d -
a.
,Head DIa |II! r j preparations are
TJu.StOl'C
4'Warranty deed.. BJ Nelson to R. B. .
iTrtett lor $11160 half Interest In lot ha'rhe \XI. 'O.r methods
Jt, Moeb-M. addition to are commended
o.bu11! SOLE
ana
Os d.United States to R. H. Tbota "I' AGENCY N C. Arier.at physicIanaLLIwwWw11J : atable. 'i
ion, ''.71 urea la section t5,,tow.ship J k
CDr
I
87 Mouth, range!e1 east 5:

"#'"WarrtJlt7 deed Birdie S. and Fred I!= W1WWWW111WWW. IU1UI ___ __ !
II.f Dew.y to William H. Smith fcr nnn
. _00 lots 1 and J, Boynton. I -G

, _"Warranty deed. W.{ H. Smith et nx.U TIME$-HERILO -o .
>IE.'O| Painter Ferteillser Co. for PERT PAKAGRAPHt. THE MiST IE SWABlEXMASGlFT
t.00and other eonslderaUons.. lots VI
. M$ and ST. Boynton: !jalso lots and 2. How Editor McKenzie- Views Polities ; I'' .
block'"J(|of the same town. and Various Things; -I I V t.

,Warranty deed Mary A. Peden and II
. v hasbsndlto Alice )I.{Wood for 1365.00 -' GET READY CHRISTMAS
fOR
fl
:, \.1 acre* In section 19, township 53: Tampa will soon hare direct steamship mil
south, rtwre 42 east] I communication with i{Havana

r\ j jI the Things continue coming Tampa's way. I .
. .As a testi mon lal to noted phDr. ,-- III.I
". Meiad; i who will
v,11l1amJPsler. I A bank cashier In the Philippines
) to
accept
eo"ton" ( -
_ the-regifs'professorship of medicine I baa embezzled J30.000. And yet some I
: at .Oxford,University, there will beJ believe that the Filipinos are not becoming
erected (tA Baltimore; I a library bnlld-! civilized.It tiallle Ermlnle Rives, the author- "
\ tag to beAnown as Osier Medical Halt']i eons, who (I. In !BUItt' Mont, studying
wmch wyl be the home of the valua-1
'bM Horary of the medical and chlrur-'! la said ttat oil has been struck In social conditions and fathering material
' deal.faculty. j >i Washington county. If the report is I for a no el. made a trip 1.100
i& i ; ; authentic then the people of that section II I- feet underground In the famous Minnie lII SPECA[ TYttlfntr
:Dr. Stephen Call of IngnlR OVIa.It .i will strike It rich. I Un JBONBONftl. Mealy mine to aid her In her ret}
; about$ years olj,\JQt he spends! I- iCHocoum search.
: hiS'Wlnt rK'in the woods coon hunt- I -
tug. -HJe)riemls declare he In the oM-. "The Czar la said to have sent a :,. Archbishop 'Messmer. Wisconsin, I I H. H. Vreclind., president, of .the]
i .sat and greatest,COOB batter alive.'! squadron of forty-tight fighting ships at the imod'of the.--Dlocese of Mil New York Street Railway Companynever
a About the "time that coons ere rin-1, to Port Arthur." Who'loaned It to
waukee. this! winter will take up the his but
.et," they old Doctor arranges -hURpring him uses a pass on line In-J
loads It' grub. I question 9 of Catholics attending Sat. variably pays his fare. Should an nnJ .
gets his houn s together and polls for The Innumerable: varieties of potatoes I urday night, or Sunday dances, forbid. lucky conducloi[ overlook him on his ? ''Iratra.r
the tall Umber In the Creek, countrY. I are produced repeatedly: ding_Snaday, funerals and to make saloon collecting tour as conductors frequently !
lie dtea goes out alone for a hunt in InC the small potatoes raised f. do with others In the rush hours,
the.fall and does not!retarD 'until,the,seed selecting from them the pt.ot'j keepers!I Ineligible for church officers. be would probably I bear from the Prey
1l -* wiq p 1ng.1 H.I j 'best. adapted for cultivation.,--' i ident's office the I next day. >II '


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