The Daily Miami metropolis
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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: October 23, 1905
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00864
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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rOL2NO270 0 lUlhrl' ;:" MIAMI. FLORIDA, 'TUESDAY" OCTOBER 24, 1905. .)tjorttMMLf Price Cents:

> For AIl't the News 6t t tl1 | Served and Read the

it, -- -Dlr,' Crisp Tersely''I,;; Metriiopolis- t .. ..

.ELECTION .PASSED OFF JULY I President Booker Roosevelt Addresses Students at 1 t flE WOUNDED '

T. Washinoton'sSchooI at Tuskee eeTuskegee. .

Ala:,-!*jn ., 24 President': of the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial _
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Roosevelt arrived:>t Tnskegee on Institute is a matter of the highest h
-r :time this mornlngk practical Importance to both the '0
the Man" Race The city Is beiutlftyly decorated. while man ':'and the black. man. and
Ugh "High : $3 t Strikers and Cossacks Clashwitf.
Batavia, N. y.. October 24.-Thl' Is :anj the platforms from which the welT worth tha support of both races
t JJI I f alike in toe .South, aDd In th<| North. MontTO.njery, Oc 21. The Presi ''
: Proved Interesting a busy week for the Baptists of this President spoke was [maee of thirty Many Fatalities:
G state bo'will have not less than dollars'.trorth "Tour nfteta hundred students are dent'' reception hire was moat enthusiastic -'
'.:$. I thousand of cotton tn not only being educated' head and -
three, conventions here this week. : and -sp DtaneoDslY hearty.He .

.P : i The 'thlrt1- lghth.session; of the state I,I original bales: The! i 'President was i heart but also trained' to>lnJuatrl I : I arrived' pro ptly at noon from

Pastors Conference of the. Baptist met at the depdtlby! a committerheaded j efficiency. tor from the beginning Tus :
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[DM BEAT JAUDONI Tuskegee and was met at the station Twenty Thousand Student aad
church opened DeN this morning with by Mayot'lP'IS.) Lewis, and kegee has placed especial emphasis ?
attendance;and wtih Rev.. T. '' the training of men and womenin I by a committee headed by Governor Strikers I '
GOLLGiORSUIPComptlmentary a large { escorted by a company of State militia upon Charged by Troops
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; ( () ( Q. Cass of Olean. In the chair. The thecoUegB> agriculture mechanics and household .Jells and Mayor Teague and escorted \ f- '
where hesue.
annual sermon was delivered by the to grounds. duties. Training In these three I amid the booming' of cannons and. .and Thrown Into a Panic.. '
of the laaU- I' j 1 -
Rev, Dr Kerr Boyce Tupper. of New was greeted. by students fundamental directions does. not embrace masses of color covering buildings, to 1 r.

,-", York. and addresses were deliveredby tutlon' aDd the public .schoojr children. all that" .the negro. or any I I other 1 the State Capital ,where a stand had I 1 ,i, h'Kharkotf

a number of other prominent minIsters The[President made!! a brief speech: race needs, but it does cover In a very J.
Vote Paid erected 'I '
F. bled few
within a feet of
of this state. / |-j there,and at the!.$'. neuBlon was escorted large degree the field In' which the .., Oct. 24 A seriooe'filet ee .
XI- 'Co ,. .. i at most for hlm- where, Jefferson Davis took the oath between troopi viud the'peppisi'daring
.ahn-:Flanagan% Pope, 'The Baptist State Missionary > to the Tiiikegee Normal' and negro can present do : '
tendon will open tomorrow'morning!, !::1 i' I Ie'f and be most. helpful to his white as President of I f the Confederacy) which there wen'manp cantf{* ;i

monies. and Gartbslde. Also with a short business meeting. In the Industrial I[' Inatitute.*where he delivered neighbors. ., I I There he made his address. ties reported on.both, sidesi'occurrei'., ,. ,
Votes.ps ; afternoon a meeting will be held,,1& ''a more lengthy address He said In "Every black man. who leaves this _i I here last night.v:
'J4Ieci'fBd Many .tv tt !
which the Rev. A. H Strong; presidentof part ,r'The .. Institute better able to do mechanl- MRS MARY ROGERS The trouble was, aaseQya'meet.; :

" "'. :,will speak "Experiences;' and I1dj her the wealth of the whole community and workmen belnc'latarrupte.l ,V?>

.. f Impressions of the Worfd Baptist and now dep chiefly upon and benefits all people, In the com \ Cossacks, which! caused a'panic and.
'raettjr"election held yesterday i native populat on tor: her work.:There Washington. Oc 24. Mrs Mary the'duta.'l.atet-
sad were Injured tn
Congress. The annual[sermon cats munity. The professional mer many
r tui: rtfce sominees'of the prisaniclpal fore In View of tie scarcity not oar'of Uabel Rogers,, under of the time :
...r_ 1. be delivered;, the Rev. Dr. Robert I cantile'avenue; to success are overcrowded sentence; crowd la contact wJtnidVtachment

: to :.offlc/Is-:now athe.past Stout MaeArthnr.: New, York, on common la
.the election retnm/to be certl. the various officers and committees every availably nigh to be of the utmost worker: at some mechanical I trade before the Supreme Court of the bombs hurled among the cavalry.. Tkt

;b7,9. Qld citY oooncf sad the will submit their 'repoita. use' by def oplng his intelli or'on a'farm for this man wilt almost United States as a t pauper without the cavalry replied by first firing two voU'

r regime'sworn tato/ofnee"to make Several Interesting :addresses will .be genes.' his skill and w" his 'capacity for certainly achieve, industrial independ- payment'of costs! The record in the leys of blank" cartridges Into the 'mod

tr,Selection""effective *. delivered. I conscientious effoH| Hence the work ence.': case will be printaj at public'expense. and then a volley of ballets! -

'mike-thelt1eleeUon'eteeUve; I' The strikers then.plunderedthe;; gunsmith
wbn the- ote" polled"was:small in shops and armed .,the M'I"L\ '

I pIIOIIon I to that cast. tnthe"priinarelectton"was -THE. MIAMI J OlIG"DfPARTMiNT MRS: .DEARBORN WILL BE AP OINTED. Many bakeries have ..been.destroyedand ; \ r

-IIt l "and de- : all work stopped at others, and
) a success .f-

__oped,these ae1'ell'; was I the Interesting strong: bid'featurerOf male iTO; ..BE; INCREASED ,AND IJlfQRMED)? I IF SHE I IS FOUND LEGALLY PITTED already scarcity fell.of the. necessities. of', 'life l*.. ;. "a

rm3 of t he-candidates for: high man, Key J J J ,. 1.
'lakinj Ws election ia. a coed t l I WILL CLOSE.TESTIMONY I x
;,'- bat /desiring 10'Iou' as.- big a ----J ,
: ''poulble.&IId working_to,that FOURkNEW'. MEN- TO BE ADDED : COLORED RACE IN CONFERENCE TO THE OFFICE OF COUNTY .In Conklin, Embezzlement, Case' n-.,"

Another was the complimente AND MADE:TO WEAR, ,:UNIFORMS i: p ; CLERK SAID ,OVERNOR S'ROW. Afternoon Arguments JWIII Be. ''

given several.. .of.the can JI-, I I gin Tomorrow. .H .&
eel'defeated'' In. the' primaries foratSpn r Is NlnetesnthBieelniai; Encampment Many Delegates from State at Large '
Among thcaa receiving! ':;,. J I I Order of GlddUgs !land JuIlKee; Will Hold Important Meeting The' taking of testimony' hi the/.
:h oor' was ex-preslJent.pf; the OF..THE, MENT' f [! ., ;* .; "- ERAL.S OPINI N IN THE! MAT. Conklin embe'izlemenC ease '
; will bej
-. "it. i .,, ,
'was -t. > ;
W. Habn.'wbe: given +*! '
'_. F. I I"rt.: TER I concluded this afternoon unless, ail'r
!,'!XeI.;wh1e les Garthslde.Flan- Wilmington Detf.ocf 14.--' ; :''Nearly Pontiac, Ill.. Oct. 24. -The'; Illinois L. unforeseen delay: occurs, .and' wmor

41'o f a. and XlmarieV received a five hundred delegates- representing; State Conference of Charities wilt row morning the arguments i win' b-.,

r. ;totes each Iorrtbeeoflicea of.may.: ; ; IThe Miami police force. Is'to be In- i oJ'&a; ;; gin. W. W. Erwin opening for*'.
annual session here this sla:1.
hitreasttre and member of I'J"f-l' ,-* ? # a; the various belonging open Its evening :
a crcasej and nnlformed.- This was IndependeJ1' : Mine If Mrs Anna Dearborn, widow .o t the followed, by; Attorney..Ceo, fl'f
4.pabJ1c"'w i. respect!ve'y. i to the trder of J. R. Old- with a large meeting .Jane XL
the'statement made this] by -f ffj+ the late Eugene 14, Dearborn. clerk o Wtorley for the defense;;:'and. Staten
yotke: feature wee the' race ben'LIL morning gand' JUlllf86JfhDl Adams, of Hull ,.will
I dit Chicago
In aO parts House the Circuit Court of Da'de.C. unt,. ieleglbie s Attorneys Jones, closing.for the. prosV'
; KeHum 'aDJ CapC J. F.: Ma.or'J-' -' 7 lu .Sewell'.who .said that he. i of the; United States aretnere: to at; deliver a lecture on "The Emigrants to dli'th once of clerk a cutlon .,._

,aT"oppo lng'"oandiJ ts"'for*He win;;'>-'ppont'four. *new'policemen, i its I:tend.'.ihe., nineteenth u, biennial"_ ""ia'ationaJ, and American Charities." !I interim, she will; 'e appointed a. sue dh All ol this:'afternool's fseislon"e ot.

of city tax collector, along with au'early date and see that the whole :encampment: of the;orderwhich, opened ;; The) first ,business session! ;iris beheld by Governor Bro-ard. court Wits' occupied In the taking "oCtestlmoiy
omoe. *11C1eI rk'd. :.assessor' re7 here this morning 1 at-tie''Kite: M. << tomorrow, when Miss Lath- I I '
< force.is: uniformed.! This Is the.iDf rmation brought to from. .John.. 5.'Reltly: and,,
and:!to Which otbCeibtlegbeesregnteciy .Marshal" Hardfe and 'the 'members E. Church and wilt remain'In session' -- rop will speak on< "Some.Aspects 'of Miami by Col. F.lc. Brouler: ot Kef W. P.-House In rebuttal' to thai, of th* sk
a otnlnated.'TWaerne I :. the Care of the Insane from the Lay
of the, four'days. Q1 | l'", West who arrlvfd here last nigh defendant. and which was intended
force have
: about-by a deference In present uniforms At the opeangades n this moriilngtne Point of View. and W. B. Moulton. :
? from Lake City 'nd Jaebol1.rtu to contradict various statements-
,. en made i,
'ji.prtxnrr.. -cans. ,.as. Isnel. by..the city.. en. "route.1 and'Witt'don 'them, the first Key. tj. Jj! .,AvJpnns welcomed sae u president'of the Illinois'Civil Service route to his horn in the Island CityColonel by him in' regard :to his private.account c

tive committee ana lie. city of the n onth. 'They are of, modern delgates.\ P./ J'iiJ.aWl.: :: prealdentlof;, Commission; will lecture on "The New .Brossler states that, 'whitaway in the ,-of Bay Blscayne.unta .:, r

tcll. snd'to: settle tae question of !metropol. ; Lan 'style and cloth and .will the Board of Trustees delivered u.ad. Clytf'' Service, Law. Tomorrow eve he met Goternor Broward ethe paying of [ '" for.the' ebe.,

*.should be collector; the gentie- make! a great ,improvement In the drew. .The,.A order::i* composed.. .enUreiyof al i:'lIr.,Alexander..Jobnson..of.New. that the litter d ,him.he 'had sub, trlc .light .comjYesterday. eto. j i s
decided to leave'it to the TotereMV. : women who'sire Interested iiTthework York., general secretary f'th kNatjonal L- ft r
milted the .
appear *'of the mea besides giving ... question of appointingMrs. atterptfjn.defendant gav: ,.
e: KeEnm winning ont and of upllfting[tlje,colored race,i dhelping 1 l Conference 'thte-IUes' and Dearborn to(the Attorney-Gener further testpagyJTln.HU own behalt rand _
the-omceeofefty clerk'and them a i ower that la more. ,respected I r hnmanltjrj! general. Correction will be the I t
in, .'On principal. al for an to the legality was fo wred by >;. 8.'Conklin and!--
,fax collector.. wMe Capt Jandon by offen era and criminals' than Is I Thursday the i speaker.. appointment 0.
', -. evening; !Jeoarention> ,will such an and that If he A. Worley upon the stanj. after-
bate to be --content witk'the'onethe the law. hold a pubflc,"reception.. .+&" i' reported Mrs Dearborn qualified tent o I which the Defense rested its 'eseaadt *

; .Mayor {Jewell entertains the" opinion DIVIDENDS DECREASED the vacancy, pat such would be W. p. House was put ok!' the-stand; hx 'i
total namber"of votes RAILROAD STRIDE BUT, SALARY RAISED .! with
which, prevails throughout the world, done. | I IbuttaL the closing of his tea
was only 299-lt was hoar 'uniform > ..PARALYZING'RUSSIAN", BUSINESS This will be rop.1ne.. to the supporters titnony a recess .was, take*', until',S
finished"and'th'rewlte thata. not', onlyadds; to"the g.*? ". .
!the const wn New York Oct. 24.,,- EDlerMc- of Mrs Dearborn for appoint o'clock this morning.. ,

shown: appearance of an, officer,,but.that it St.Petersburg, bct 2S The ran- Cllntock.. actuary,of the Mutual Life ment to the vacancy t and as the Governor Later The State cloud--t Its rem .i

.1 ForMayery'sewen. Increaser" his efficiency.' ;., Many a man road strike situation here, shows no Insurance Co" :Iwas the first ,witness is expected! make the eat A Af butt t testimony at' three o'clock: wilt .

ITT. will respect"a uniform' and not resist signs of>> a enOl'l.lon.l j?Traffic ,across, this morning before the Insurance! in appointment'tomorrow the opinion State. Attorney JoneV.epened'I, "rgw,-

er'llemberm City Council" arrest, who would not hesitate,to as- the:central belt,Si Russia baa been vestigating'committee. He was ques the Attorney-General I In the premisesand ment for the State.. I i-- .

Aa ,cbam.., in sanit'na'omcer In, civilian clothes I paralyzed.while, ;|the general strike tinned 'as to why'the 'dl ldeD. of the the action(j the chief executive ,"

&' Cheatnam.:US.}' This fact has been" proven} "by experience. today at Kharkocuu! cut off commonicatloas company were decreased 'while the wl'l be eagerly ,waited. MANY KILLED IN "j,:.;.
rbslana; 1Ut :., r"-. with another President
t great section of McCnrdy bad been *ANTIA. CHILL
Lummus, bah, :TheD.1oo. a uniform gives'prestigeto [thc optre. -- ''';" '' .of, ,Increased to $150,000 a year. i CHURCH WITH 4N '-

"H. RalletIoslf6.a tlieiwe. arer. It shows an nptJateness >: AN INTERESTING HISTORY Buenos. Ayeres.. Oct. .
L4emy19t1 stringer andforces: sues'recognition froma May'or"Swell;; \,Will Instruct( Police -r- patch from Santiago Chm. says. that,

Q. ITueker; lM; : and the realisationthat f- 8t PauPa. Church In Vermont Cite fifty persons were.killed and five hia.dred v|
Hi.'Wnarton. Ill' the dty is policed and protectedIn : brstlng One Hundredth wounded In < a
: tofAirrest a
Auto Drivers Anniversary recent rioting theca i
"jwn.on,1TL an manner. : ,J'1 1I It Is toned that orJer wH be
Cemmlselonert of Public Work .AD'Or .the. facts the ji ,. t: .<, -; I I ;restored
has -
mayor "' MA. JI-"r$ _.. 'h __ New York Oct ber.%4. "Today U today. ,Ii'
'D *0er. 171.X considered'and there Is little .'rir1i ; 'Mayor...Sewell 7
doabttiui'thit meryytet.tad; {to at once began an Investigation the one hundredth! anniversary of the a- -- A

McKtnnon. 188. ,' the public! will concur with II.M Sewell this'" morning that by .of the: caaeb.at thus far consecration of St. Paul's Episcopal THE. FEVER RECORD ,r'

r W'4 Prout, ID.K him In his desire and' intention to Increase ; _driving{ .0t,an'aatomoblfe, has failed to learn the Identity of the i church, at East. near. Mount "" AT,NEW'ORLEANS .

City C.rk. s.k4 a and' uniform the: pOlice depart. yesterday afternopn on Avenue C, iear','guilty' party.:< In discussing the matter Vernon. fester r 1

$. Kelhsr4'23t' mencr 1 Sixth 'Street, her i horse was frightened i|(with a Metropolis rePorter the Mayor ,The event wilt c rated In an New Oreans.. Oct. M.- TO' F l'* K
J&_______ noon to-
?4.itc t MwittI''u. 1 and made. to,run Iwajr. The .vehicle said' that he"; has'. had severaf.. complaints appropriate mauler and many dlstingulsed Jay one case and no deaths fro yellow;
ink Birdie. 111. MINISTER RUSSEL.L .... wu damaged of 'the reckless fever '
_. : andjshe escaped serious manner In clerygymea of the Episcopal have been reported officially.
"F."'tor-MunklpaF'Judgj' *" --; WILL. ., : _'IT"'CASTRO<.... 'I injury only bya miracle.:. t.MrsMontgomeryt which automobiles driven over the church from an p rts of the State and -,, '

T Sandereri01 'htiTfx'AM .. _:c. ;-:.. -'. 1 "'0.... .'; : :: ;; further said that streets of.Miami, and that the offense even from some ofter States are hen as St.Paul's In.ITS.: when It, was ..'<" '
!u1rr : ;Ctrsaa.,pets,24 "?Th,!.Ven zuelan. "'she" saw the''autolobik,< approaching has become so Jltneral.that': he will be to take part la the special services Incorporated under > the Episcopal -

f Jaadoo. 203, SovernmenthascammlsBloned, 'Mln at a*high speed that she held up- her i forced to _take. acton by arrest, to this evening.. The Rev. 'Dr. William: 1 Church Act.Among .

for CRy Tax Collector' later, Russell- cl the TJnltej States tendeaTof hand to th driver, as1 .'a warning! to break up the dangerous practice be- P. Coffey for over fifty'years rectorof the bodies reltDg'la Ie- the.

,Kenun/IET. toairaoge: Franco.Venexudao .'?!! :up', and that ,he 'paid 1 Tao attention fore some one. Is', kilted, or maimed St. PaoFs chur !l. will contact the church yard are those of 'Comfort '

P. ;Jaudon.; 101 w ;ancedent' Minister binsaell wilthere jo hrr. but|babcd by with a I for' life. service I hands., a member of the .Plomclar--

?er 'City- Treasurer an intertlewwilh! President Cnatrotoda7. **Kle"on'Lls<< :; 'fare ind'': never stopped I "He win therefore Instruct. the police h was to 1700 .t1tat the first church Congress hi t775'and for;five .r-;.

Hinton.US. f to'JhivestirBte'thevJlaniagc.. lor to watch carefully all of East Chester'was
render : an Fmo- erected and tn Auditor Cen. In the American
%fFer: cR f Attarwqp It.la understood tiatur.Rnsacn'.wloonfne I airfstanpe.1: ; :whenihe.noTse[\ hrgaaftornnl :b"i! when. ; under ""way; aad to arr>8t 1764 e a rew chnrcl\I.was built. .II1.177J Capt: Jonalhaa Pbwler'Jof.Uwl. Prenco Army
:}Gantkr.'211. ,his' ,efforts to. possible'assist1; She did"no|-knob, name of the. drivers: '*hen' they are certain the oli churchwa.i torn down ind'the: war;,Major George W. ProVost I of the

B'd;tie:above; were elected'exTl lace, hi ,a,.aorotlon. of the IIItIhrtp the driver..' iof the:::m 1ehll *,'but' paid the,machine lagohg at a speed greater wood' used as fuel In the new eluDe British'Army; Philip PeD ..

J : Jaadoneandldate for tt*' TalgBey Ylnf.2eT''>a ra1r'Jli1'obmcth? *-t---: .... J'.French. .. .the"', .would" 'protecute. him. If -he.<- should. : than tbat-allowed and .prescribed I wi'cS! :was then.-ojed t .as a British hocpltal. fate: 'of the American Ar Judge*:'r--Adv:"-*-'- :xFx f

". ,' '" "t' '. .-" ,'fT;. '....;; g-be-.. located.. ., _"=: "'::h .''bi,,law.. ; ". -',.. '" bt: .,... ,..> .-. The church, first took. Its. name Samuel. ..... Pelt, ... ; w.#:.c' :. I.< :-Y
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the Daily Miami Metropolis !J-l'FRIVOLITY IN ENGLAND. _

[41 Claim Thai II I. What Really Make the I
S. Bono DEAN SEC.-TXEAS. Sjf'' Kfrfm th. Sattoa: Saae.Vhich .
B. B. TATCM. PRESIDENT. U worse-to be too serious ur

' :: THE ailAMI PRINTING COMPANYThe fob friroloui? I I '
: the matter myself: ( : if!
the mainland of the U. s
Southern newspaper published
most CODct'n1ed.

EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY an'e bOl"The We 'il1beIPyou to. do this. II yon will only; 'come to our .... :
featlier! brained ( store and l lgoc over th.; large assortment of rugs, mats and ,
'' CIKCCLATION R.tTESDN Mire is almost, If not t carpets you will have no trouble in selecting your taste. ".,

ass: : Tear br'U&U..............$5.00: Three Months.;............tlibgz'tontbs. ||4 the ea.Jl1l1erl __ Our tall line of pictures' andvmoulding Lave arrived and
< iSO One week, by Carrier:......... ..10t' 1 )ropos of the they will surpass any in the city for beaut}. Come at once
...... .. '
Dodged against us and make your selection for these good things will not
application. fife becoming too' 1 last long bur prices are moderate and there is no reason'
known on
Advertibiug Rates made iifelp i saying that T I why you should not have as'pretty a home as sour neigh-:
Mi'eller1thln we I4 bor. If the Watson-..
METROPOLIS BUILDING passing look in bin windows. or
.. TELEPHONE 7H Iff ICC.: a t
iU d.for this relief i, better still come in and ask to SEE TH1t .NO TROUBLE
ti tfE ?* 4 Twelfth atrest. Oppo.lt. the Court House. Cause to be TO SHOW YOU THROUGH our stock: jof rugs,pictures
(flu couieqneuce [ i -
{ TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1905 (uvlng become too

t9; me that we
YESTERDAY'S COMPLIMENTARY" VOTES. (steely balanced. V I.: W. W tsoii

L '..... II" we slightest are prepared to: ;

1 i nUslons, they .- + '

f One of the features of yesterday's election was the large complimentarygiven they pounce with J Hardware and Furniture, i3th street.corner.: :Ave.. D,' Miaro!
., defeated the primaries for re-election as an will _1 ""t Xt :.
i :ote Mr. F. W Hahn. Ijious.i} they -
. Stityone of his constituents ian admirers went to the polls if'j'; write attacks f -: -"
-. alderman thus attesting the fat.. he degeneracy of .,,
the ballot for
sad wrote his name upon
: will of the 'majority of the voters slue that gives them r
{that though reared to private life by the 60

- r of_ Miami, there are still' that many of his friends loyal enough. to go Into ling I nj-ely.'jlf,what; deslpore they ey WILLIAM J. office ,
:' a public election and declare him one cf tb lr favorites for islonally to be

Besides the there were other complimentary votes cast, Mr. Carthsldex 'e\\rful'to\ '! think f '

( receiving two votes for mayor Mr. Pope;ona vote for city treasurer.' and !oW. !jOur frivolity -. IN FOREIGN LANDS _

"" one of Mr. Hahn'.. friends even going so far as to give him a vote for mayor the hard twentieth crankiness. ',. .' .. I .If,go*-want to read Mr. "...*'. tetter* of r ertE: 'TravgMw;:

against{ :The Hon.John, Eewell. ane-London Lots Will SoonBe ia tile Ulan (. Mbscribe r.r the CoeataaWilliam
the parties so honored'a&the& -. .
'These. recognitions, no doubt. are appreciated by [ -
." treated' entirely' u compliments. for It would/,be un Bryan, editor ofTheCommonersailedfroi) _
be ,
Advanced in Price
TIE San Francisco 27, for visit abroad. the
would believe,that,another,other than September a year's In
'" reasonable" presume that anyone course of his travels, Mr..Bryan will visit the following: named
the nominees of the primary could be ejected. ftjia v..ea/ed' la Again countries: '
,- Everything considered yesterday's election was"a success. The vote !7J S'.vr4

.much smaller-less than 'half that of the 'primary- but this eaII be 11ot; all the snakes HAWAII JAPAN BRITISH ISLES '
was tog or' hooded gave warning that on the CHINA, INDIA, PUILIPPINEISLANDS.
accounted for. by the fact that many voters consider a final election, where tiiown'as the cobra, ,: of October the prices of River. AUSTRALIA. EGYPT. .PALESTINE, '

'. tkere.i Is opposition, u'a matter of formality to qualify, tae nominees a,call d the.good lots would be advanced 25 per NEW'ZEALAND, TURKEY 'GREEO ..

'tti office; and consequently did not take the time to vote 'Then .too. the"weather ildered, a protector] I Quite a number of wise men .SPAIN. ITALY. SWITZERLAND,,
wai nnfarorable" the getting out of a big:crowd., Then facts .incceaa." The ,what we said and. pur DENMARK FRANCE RUSSIA NORWAY, GERMANY-' .
week. ,
and now that It U over'iett business .i;.Intimately i '"
considered the election was a success P
L .aad the vpbulllng of MiamI..'and not politics be uppermost in[the minds of ship of the .J1II.and present price per lot is S5CO From each of the countries m.cl. Mr Bryan will write lettersdescribing .
this will ast but short time.
kited to the : a bit observation and .
dealing particularly with he poilU.J
"both officials"and the public. for'the, next{two years it least terms are one-third cash, 1
4 "' According to the easy cal life of the countries visited. I
.1'I. ifeaven'over' which in one and two years with .. -Th.M letters will bepublUbrd in The Commoner, and those who
'f' WORK TO DEVELOP MIAMI nainly''tenanted by cent interest water 'and desire to read every one of these letters should lose no time la subscribing -,
he former being pipes will be laid during this for" Mr., Brian's. paper. '

t -V j; tryss and the and several other streets '.IThe Commoner JI .issued weekly and the' prloeIs r i

-!1' Miami 'today Is"practically under the I rule"and control of'new 'officials; people on'earth.. \ be paved. 'When this work is '1.00 a year By speoial arrapgemenu withthe publisher, w.are t
if r uew'as"a jorernment of .f XHhoufh wan and the electric railway is nn enabled ta off''r for a abort time only, the Commoner and (be Miami,
I ba&4f".so yesterday's election.' 'Whf.e : many Jm e' to i be ; construction these' lots will be Weekly| VIeiropolU one year, both for ItOO.'wben paid i. advance .
them;;the'mayor, clerk and four members:' of'the council,-ire eipaiencedla ilefa of the 50 percent more or $;50.00. or we will send The Commoner sad the Miami Daily Metropolis foJone
sealed and'were're-elected.', igt'aded'Nsgss), a will be pleased toj talk or write < year to any address,-...- .for- *6.OOr -the.--regular. .price of. the Daily" 3
-J 1: The,battle (the ballon"" Is ,now, over and the lIes(:thing'In'"order is teen the two ; .! interested in netting 50 per tltetropolbaloue... : ,

tor everybody to push and pull for'the development', of Miami. It' can and $eaveawas! shared "on their investments within Addreu'all Ordi"rat MM Prkthf U,Mbai. fly! f
a' should be done. "" tied Na... The to 6 months. f
handle all classes of property 4
n Metropolis"can say'thai It' has ndsie: to-grind' ,-and-no favors, to astif shiped Ungerous now reptiles as ; other people and will be glad

for'that thing which:will advance Miami and Its Interest; We believe bol ./but as ,the information and to sbow" .

i 1/"' "we see a great future before' this city. :"We' *Believe). It is destined to indent people, wbo e e hare |to offer! ,:-- WE ARE WELL aTOCK

,have a"great'future, If"it wisely and economically managed for the public jernapa. racial, -/. la the way of everythlnj belooxtaj.;

y: 'rood and not for"the benefit_ flnanclal' Or otherwise'of cllgnei and rings ;'serpent .a fint-clss drug house. la Oe UM-
It' deity j was the" sun t ;, I ,, I. .
personal -v -v .p :
'and faYorites.\
$ temples are not He &' ::0. nNTU&DICINE'J".
We want'to'-Miami reach that point where pettJ" personal politics.taTOTt pent.'bufto[ the ; : Tatum. ( we baTe

iiml Tand'offenslTe'partlsansnip -will|be objectionable, and ,where forvery dent raters'of the. "eeded oat the bad and sorted .p oaly| :

: doJr r. expended'there_shall be a dollar!! In Improvement!and good : Estate Atg :& BrokersOne on',the,good.]| What we BOW have bt'

r aetrtce to'duos'at the"end of the. year. It believes' that the new government' ,, ''m' SOCIAL t Patent' Medlctoea"are 1 only thoj sl
aadWpedany those new'memben' forming. part of It, bave the Interest ; -- highest merit and that ban ;'
member still 'ftW 11:&...it I* I a, found at an times to be all claimed fr
tf the city at stake and with the old serving, will work to ;, la Jndga.'r .il ; [ '-

t. To do'this It la necessary for; all hands, officials; citizens, press and world'where'; there t: We are malting ipedal prleai at
psbtlo organizations to "pull together." If they I do this Miami will, be far spouglng doe u la I : figure them, too and will save yw may of
t 'Itli..e' i
i : 1I I. buJbSof .. :
tltter otLy There win .be no harm la trying the experiment. big functions hosts ; dime by y

frequently..,.not.tlie! ; I -' '
'. with of : : [(more or less in )
;: THE'-TRAILING: SKIRT: atipe many .
i the for
mjd them'and wbo ; price paid
Coi ;
'?,: ,-.. .,.-.._... eo" c <; J.b1tbelr. ,. ;; e pic-lures may Biscayne Drug
mean beauty
particular cue In : y
& "' The reign of the short skin promises:to be more brief than'universal, "1U.-'In'the Bost:). : and permancy or I I- ""

t .judging 'from the'taahlon repo U. The,short, sUrt.which Is not too short erman'. brought .I' entire'lack of it Avenue' D and Twelfth. ,Street, ,]llaml." Florid. "

la tor more sensible, than the long skirt :which has nothing," 'certainly not l.f yu'at the / L The path of safety .
lies betweenextravagantly
L-- beauty, to,commend.It, and.which W.upportedonly| by" cuBtom'and usage Ut* Hon. GUn Vlrl; ; ] J : 0" ,. '
F 'The CJI cap'New. takes a-nUHUrlan view'of the subject...beD'lt remarks On,the saint.- *high and redicnlouslj -

:tit"tie long skirts which'the women are to wear this,winter"may not be aU else'!ber brought trIe d.: .It' ;: low prices itliiBey to Loan on Hortoli dA 'foniitflre

knltary..:but they will assist la the movement'for; cleaner sidewalks.". The forgotten gathering o.' Eland I leads rightto .

Boston Transcript *seises: Upon this observation* to make a''moulinetaadBoetciit er succeeded. in ..We make onr stnd!o. :. .\

t _after. this wicked fashion:.:Far be it from Boston to' combat thirVefld _..- AD"'excellent:: i; 1 Without removing it :from.;the house in '
thrust at "common"senae..' We know too much; only ,;hit.'," men ptgvided.Sor,about 't Photographs .
laveaatty;( "shoe!'and'even the'tabooed openwork 'storking'to'showf,: : :they dyed, .but there".' ':,, sums of 15.00 and up.'Caohbe'paid i back in
.. sluid iel t. A : at fair: prices .
win not deem'It worth'whne! to dean he sidewalks withtralllfs; skirts."ATaU'ot'dnnied'sloppy were-sitting pr 'about hums of fi.oo a week; Business .stri tly"" 1

.. : females'wllTmlwaW prefer.'uaneatneBSv: :; It.U. not tnir sandwiches and K s These pictures ConfidentiaL Write us and solicitor>will call .1.1i
becaoM.they consider long skirts'atylleb.1bdt becausethey'Kre'lmpecWIOM ; champagne-In ; ; {' ft mrine' g.o o.d
t and"can'afford b tot;; gown t'a,tlme;end' their footgear:js always ; could grab from'tb. x. iI:t.,' perfect,! por- i <, .... n

t/ah Indifferent order.. .'But the trouble *iji tie"eternal feminine1ls' sherauCever the story went that Ira tare & high c,.

be a slave; and butt, sitar. as her skirts are concerned, for there aj cellar>4 riotous that 'fil.i'''ilDie lI We at pnarf they- CITYLO AN l'fOBEICEOPPOSITE : )
and the ..
wOI always tea Chicago,News to look sideways;: whatever she wears. and -- .. :.."....k not t.-;''-''-''.
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:JTrvaeh Orlcla f POSTOf FICC. '
fc* r* We shall compromUe neither our dignity ncr solemnity in the passing 'the British I Kaufmann I :

,;r filictfsrion'of 'this queltlon.We"1 hoped to Bee, the long skirt graduallybat Penh origin. '
aMerts that the w 14th' St.. .. Avenue D.. Miam
surely fade away, ana *. e.have not yet given up hope;. A skirt. that t. \ l---at'inec.
tits Klug" are a '
too short makes a:woman appear .as a ,doirn. Qut'': s .skirt that just:ml.sg ; 'In honor of

: 1he'CJ'OU1I4 looks well Is cleaner and more'lensibk than'the'germ-collecting, hymn ;; young girls 4..rt +IH'w4' If, Y

k,',1 filth-catherlng-loBg -skirt' ', which: la creeplly rsnggeiJtive'of serpent's'a trail.vrff"1 convent of St Cyr."tf .,,>> .;L .;
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y ,
e French 11-
Bought: the "Christina., number" of, your'favorite. magazine yet! Grand Dleu, rNC.r -'It' > 1 .

I: .' Grand Dleu. ."Jtt .' ,.* \. ,

Pat Crowe says kelvin kith a Pink' erton man by crooking his.finger. His Que.Viva totOoun le roll A Drug Store for The People ':

: '
'a trtggerCfDgeri'ot course.: Louis \ .1 '.
Vole sa I

'" :: .Tat the,Carnegie commission left out of" the* list of.heroes,. the life Inaaraaee (| e musk.Toujoura.of T lat's our motto, and',it has been the'means of adding bun !.

FMi > .president,r who" '-died poor: : daring his visit to dreds of new customers to our list We; sell! -only the"pur .

i .. -'JCauaa. should'not,worry, .:She Is not the only State with" jail'accommodation ltto wb on a-p his return L"a, est drugs. All prescriptions are filled,by.registered..pharmacists.
Jasuflclent, for those who ought to be la them.'' ,1; .
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> We also carry the finest sodas and ice, cream: in the city
: : !fa Vm a* >

iThere are..other "professions, that are more satisfactory". If, not '';0r' rtYnnfQeeaman r Postoffice .-
2 Doors North of
profitable; thaa being relatives of a 'life Insurance presidentJapan etts was a great -
y7 ./ : ? lieed.-to 'whom be 'r..' 0". ,, ..

J SraatMe prow some more money., not. that she. needs H part sion I"Do. yon' 'I IN ALL QUARTERS. W. 'E Youjugs ;
.wtlesiat c:"but she wants the world to know thai''her credit Is still.'good. people are talking ;, Pres. .,
ey you i for prcstdeat., our pits have been tasted and .
a >
.As r ; of, the clerk : the. ? surprised If they you will hear them praised .
: : a.. ,matter courtesy, of House Representatves' s&ne ; j I ,- ,
aboard Oregon when lieQUa roD the first days' '.y There: is a knack about pie'wbchl -
oirerlook the ;on day of the session1 4r! comment"'of ,. H
'f : ] me have caught per- w '
of Congress. : coald! do worse t
s f --:-' I j -
'.' rtT the will. I II H. F. Scxugg&C6.
4 who wore the blue the who the seem ,
a_mea and men, wore_ gray" "OUR PIES :,
to:"!. a favorlto'espreu10ct with the President He, used It about a half >oJ..tf''J la .. .
i lamsa (at ) I 't" .< '
+ dozen times In Rtcbmond.t .' bear comparison with even the 1" sL
I should always' Plumbing Steam ,
t Q4! rca.. Gvorgle I of home (made .And if you are :
.The witness before the New York-Legislative Insurance Committee who tjatnma. Pve got : Judge you will admit ours are ;and Gas Fitiigg' -, :
I L .
; -4 ',eoald not teA whether, his father and mother were alive or dead has. old leg,of the table !! better Ulan "mother's.". But you I I''

loan Ananias beaten a.block.aptOberlin pi\ be ,sble to Judge, unless you
t I h Their Ss.... SUPPLIESETC. :
trial.i .
; Iftbe-I am so :, our a i : .
( ', M. Carter, who recently completed i term, lathe pent '
U iny h vorlte. It is : "
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J. I for embezzlement.of a large sum of money from the Government WhIch 'do you ': SEYBOLD f 816 Avenue D :, .,: :,. ,Mteml, Fla, -

,., l*-.s king.to besmirch the character of,,others. A. military.,court-martial 1..pj"mptl7Ytw'= I I Ib, ,.
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-i tiot.oosylct'Innocent : > ," i2; STREET-'' I "
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k Is Heard. In' the Victor \ 'I

I i t Talking 'Machine fRJec

'.. IJ !

J" \nrilleland[ Miami to be .
The Victor is 'perfect that It (is often .mistaken for the human voice '
I KlR/Ujproving of delight to thousand a JisappointmenU nacted by |Ono Continuous yt r
:; _a never falling source 1 r
to no' ie.- To.all lovers of good music the Victor Is, an insplra- :. Driveway In Near Future. J t .
t on. ,1;No matter bow-much entertainment there 1* at home, the Victor Is .I't ', -- .
'II' I' .
always welcome.! Too can at all times listen to bands, orchestral, songs, I 4 ; .

.etc., that1 thousands, of people Cock 10' hear In crowded resorts. There I, \

is noumlt[ to the variety of sefctlons this matchless Instrument will recite \ .; P
I Florida wit eomand more attention I Y J
i for rbu-.RecordS In' stock. VICTOR RECEIVED GRAND THE PRIZE : f
; AT THE STJ LO'UIS EXPOSITION, THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD than ever whentbe\prOpoed??:*| \ eiten- y

..?, stonof, the Florida East, Coast Rail-
'J way via the Florida keys, to Key
1 : MIAMI FLORIDA 12th, STREET "4 3 \ .
j West, will havtf' been accomplished.. "

Henry M. Flagl@r Intends ,tbv make I lni _, .

S% t bis extension; Sad- the invasion-, of "

H.r1Whaler: Agt. Cuba- the crowning effort of. his life, ; .
'\ .1 ."
and It;.win be|another jewel in the i Ii : ;":J. 1

crown of the nia.r who has made Florida .
'it .
\ beautiful. p!: J .
Investigate Before InvestingPower | .
If Mr. Flagler!should live' another \ ; $CHLQS3BRO&iFlncdathcsMaXcrsf$ ;.- '
fteen or. twent/i'ears, says the Jack I .

.; '"' Wind &OJ -Ule' Metropolis,,there war be undoubtedly _,. z w _)"IIIjC
Has been,adopted "by'the!' best- people'of ,the counlry the a network of good: roads on
I for' Tjumjr'water..' Note the people who have .he Florida eas|!coast, as feeders to
: power ;
: them they could have 6teim:gas and hot air too if they want the railroad which he built j he being Doubled 'BreastedCJV I Suits for style9
\; ed it I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this possessed of a faith greater than moat says. :
business and with mechanism that I have just been r
;" my pump would hav'haj Inbth barren
men ,
_. granted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the,capacity Dame '
; irom Fashion.
waste stretchin( Jacksonville on Right usual
1--":: value,and life of any wind mill outfit Any. infringements will again l ; as ,
be the north to Miami on the south. i.
prosecuted. ? "
}i -: -t i iI'C ,WIth'far-seefat i ability )Jr. Flagler __

j r H, PERRY-' .- 'Cocoaaui'- Grove., Florida: the'Nonh made 'up ,his whetl mind,;lhey. that"became. the people wealthy of and\right, here- are thesuits, snappy! : '

1 enough to travel* would want a come i
fortable place in] which to spend 'the in their. sty ish smartness b
;RlTT: winter monthsM; which are severe .
enough In the;, orth'and West even
& ry:robust'>> people<< but an' ailyearround We can't begin to show the r unusual look. and distinction in: ; .- .

[ C.ti n : Shop : invalid'resldenc is an Impossibility.In the North;With for fast the' a rough sketcn\Iike this, you will get a better, idea ,frCm? :& :',

.J. .. .- and well-equipped; trains the New mere glance in he next time you pass. Slip on. :t" ,,:

Agents; for-.thVNew :EraTGas: Engines. Gasolene Yorker, or the "jBpstonlan.. or .the.Chi a coat or two and'yon'Ilsee i how.they fit; and the 7 quality; T: -fir, J-

and'ero8en ,SPECIALTY cago man, can Ji J! transported in a little sure from their make,. ilScho! ." Everything else that .
;, ..engine''repairing: !! a over a dayto| one of the palatial \uits
hotell"managedibY'the Flagler-hotellystem. smart for Fall here; and overcoats, '10.00 to 25.00.H .
General Repair Work. ,Floridaj Uten,'ls, the: nearest \ ,
'so8"SEvENTHysTREET'. MIAMI. FLORIDA point to escape io oat And a mild clio '
... mace, and ,homelike\ surroundings.! t

One Thing Wanting .. R. W. RHODES <

Something isfwahting'however: ; and .
that something:.is good rOads\on, theFlorida .

.. east coast and that Is 'IomeH 322 TWELFTIt STREET : .
thing the Statepf Florida wlI1 aunty\ I. \ r'- ,

give visitors and their own people'in .... .. .
the not dUtantj'luiure.' Of course Mr. ; -. --.-,-""!'" -- "" .-- --. -,. -14. ._). --- -- .,, .. -

i Flagler caa nc-t..o It all but he will ,\. 11: I' #rt"j;:! ;r
as is alawys the caee. do his,big: shareof '\ ,4

the work.' fheie la! no reason why ,' '.- ..... t.- r-:. >> ., -: 1
t: C a ,main trunk >oad for' automobiles -, -'", "t'r'r- -1 .. .

and carriages ihould not be built,from" .

h& .;J- Jacksonville ttf; Miami, and uiere, is BUY A HOME I I
} .. ,
!> no reason why|>ezcept. the important' Miami l i Business Directory

n. ,..., ,... ..... .w"- utlay of money; and commencing the \ I
., work that InUlrsecting'roadl should \ .
"Uuaua. (Co.4 5M4t ,
., cycto :
W 11 1 -. not bs. built connecting: the.differen In thcJLand. of I I ...
at&cctTCLw..w.w.s&botII places of the $ast coast' with 'a main \ The-Out'ot Town Buyer and tho.i wlthln'the city will find In the'I.

0..(.*Ik...*..Chlno. Tk.* w.rw'.a.lreat.tYtaK. -,. T .- 'I} trunk._line roa|;'and the,railroad.. Flowers- ... andl Sunshine' list below.the addresses of MlamHMarchanU under
I classified heads for
1'ONLYORANDPRIZE'. With,tlieee roads; and 'system of ;; ,\ } ready refereno :
tte akreM d e1bs t. Lout. .
C'.FurIteMhmt...w.N e$ = drainage: and grfigatlon the Florida insures
: that
,4 win r..rI..M 1-- : fBLOCK- Invest in property# '
4', ...wwts f.: '. east coast'wtlf.'become populous andit I pfofiUble;-inveatmeutA,We,, have THE .MAGNOLIA. GROCERY CO. BUROINK 4' QUARTtXMANR .. .

i t' will be a verifiable garden; as every-;! profitable 6raajevgrover remark I A '
De Crow wkre"The$ aar.tkN titlrse"is.? uwic'ca.: grown In the tro-; ably low prices. Acre property Dealers In Groceries, Hay and Dealers In Dry Goods Notias; .N
9s. lasso'be' grain lI1-nor l suitable for growing vegetable and j Grain.' and Ladler, ,] '
J rurnUhmft.
I' .....itltl.IooWI.101a r.p:'x! Publicspirited citrus fruits from $12.50 to $300
-' VeNUeD; ULUNDORr men, like Mr4 Flagler, are giving per acre. Business lots from $1500 1
'*. gOOd;roa4j;bnor? than.a p&IIsq'thought"th to 20000. Residences,..lOOO\to Cor. Ave. D and 4th St. Miami. Fla. 100401 Uta St. Wamt.h. ;
j.-.tKd. .. .. W ,-"as- they r'have seen' $18,000,.., 11.00iDSflfaflceaodCollectipDS GOD.r TERMS. t I \

In good roads. such as New Jersey and' ,- J L ..!BRADY. .. co. J. B.'CREVEN. ; e
Aiiode1Eatiiothib other States- hive'a: real wealth'producer --- i Jellta1SFire \ I ",
,"for 'goott ids attract tFancy: : Grocers. Hay Grain '
= cooJ : Desler.in Drugs, Patent MftMclnes -. a
x; ... .. .; n"t; 111'T -._ people. f!l|| r1Ot'Mstwl C'r' Y 'X Re; sitsadd3/apts'andFbrUUasrVegetaes ,:. Toilet,Article,.' *-,.. ,'taltreq' cq;:.:.t.
the most essential feature 'The buildlnrof.. \ Co, y' ,
the. Florida East 12th Street. Ave D. Miami. Fla.J.E. 1307 Avenue D. ,..n.,4t ,, '
I /fi., ...
\ of.the. me ern. hous. Coast Rallroadfextenslon ;null be an i L- \t ,
g h as it ,is a necessary com engineering fel| of.great proportions, Resident agent for'.the Georgia d

v) 1lTi: \ .fort to, any borne. Bette as the line.wl.fIlUI!. from key to key
'put ,money in perfectly on trestle work and of course, will Drags. Toflet' '
ii 1, the sanitary system there be of'cementiu' nd steel. The steel Bed,, Wilson & Huddleston Dealer In] Groceries Grain, Articles Perfumeries, 8ta '<|,

by insuring tae bealth an piers will rest Mfr ly on the coral rock Hay and Fertiliser tloaery. etc Prescription, .!;
Suite, 2, 4,-6 and 8 '
comfort of ,your family {that abounds d&the route of the road I carefully compounded:

'than spending it tor fin- from Miami ijg Key West, and the No. 3;oTwelfth '" I J35 ith Street. Warm Fla. 1214 Avenue D. ,Miami. Fkk? 3,
keys over which.the road will Street Miami. Florida t. "'--,
p ;'furnishings Agts.for the I run .
undoubtedly become attractive resilience ,- I A. CAMPBELL THE RED .CROSS PHARMACY
1 ,,____. _L '::1'. 1 '
I i places. M one point of the t" r I Dealers la ,Drugs, KtdtetaM,, '
I #
famous Racyclt road several mtfes of bridging will be INDIANA D. A. R. : Dealer In Pry Goods Clothing Toilet Articles. Prescription.
; .
? done-; and thls} ad theretore wIll posIbly IN ,CONVENTION, Gents' Furnishings carefully compounded, Matt
.- I be advertised, the bustles l
) orders promptly attended to. ;>'
ranroad/i and'tie trip will be one ofthe In 811 Miami.; FIs : ; ''0.I. '
Avenue 111amt. -
State ... Session at New Ota 8L. Cor. Ave. C. !
sob '
,molest i most,pleasant',that I.
J. :McDONALD traveler, can ttjce.' I* al 1 1'v \ Albany Today. .

\ .,. .." --
; Twelfth. Street. 'Miami. Florida.. WOMAN 8UFf RACISTS i'. H New, Albany IniL. Oct. 24. The I Contractors Owners

>. v I 4;* |f :AT ROCHESTER State, .:Conference of Indiana of .the I: ; AND. Property

"" 'J Daughters: the American Revohi-
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,OX(. Delegates Gathered From Alt Parts of, tl A..J wll.', pen here lid| evening at f .
11 4': ""I i 't i New"t\YOrk-:\( Today Music.Hall \The conleitnce will remain 0,11 you don't wantto SAVE MONEY

; In1 scs Ion.. nittt'--Thnrsday: eve
t FW.HAHNrS "* we cant help you. If you .do, come to ,- .
Rochester, MJT,: Oct 24. Woman ning. '*; i" *' f\

", I suffragists from all parts'of the State At least sixty.delegates. ? representIng :. : ft;,)j -r.i I .' i r f
y Architect and Builder '\ are, assembWlSere: to'attend the Ae i '/ the t twenty* *.nj chapters- of o.the organization

:' -: :_. 3 .,.r' .. day!.' convention of Ole New-: -York In this State, are expected toattend The J. A. :McDonald tiCo: c.' i

State SuffragetAssoclatlon, which will the'conference, besides a lumber 4g # Al
.I-now have in my employ one of the best' open !
at the C iversallst Church1 this of'tt8tfngnlsh Visitors from .
draftsman in the South 'and am better
L prepared than ever for furnishing plans afternoon Msj&r Cutler will welcome i other States. The local chapters have And Buy Your Building Material !i /

and detail tor rood building, fine cabinet the delegates|ind after th3 meeting I made extensive preparations for receiving '"""
work,"etc. I am 'now headquartersfor they, win\ attend a reception at' the and entertaining the delegatesand Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress i
turned work; scroll.Awing and all house of .
SussilE. Anthony.It visitors and
\ many Important tune- .
work done in
usually & 1'1aT CLASS
4 planing.miU la expected; r that about two hundred flons 'have been arranged. Among of all kinds I
delegates parts ,of the 'State those'expected to attend Is Wrs.Fair-

',f' Send me- order. for doors and window will attend thej i convention!.The locral banks, wife of the vice-president of i
your ': members and1Be; We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cemept? Sash Doorv !
dUensrIngencrel; the United! ,Statei-, who Is .at present t s
fraj es ballusters brackets etc! Moil( and whatever else builder
''i ( have:'arrangei-anx!laborat program the head of the KattonaT'Associationof I dings, a requ resJ
and be convinced $IAffi FLA I for the enteralnmea at lowest possible figure. ,
t' 'Of the visiting the Daughters of the American Rev ] .

ooc--; ..(J delegates."s. IfjJ" olution. .. You Ie Where We Are. 14th Street. Miami. Hav. ..

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Sailed for the Keys i sections of the State seeking them, but I ,

l The schooner Corrlne sailed for the J I without avail. Finally a 'telegram ,, 'ff't } -
.with of reached Mr. J. L. Ilickson, owning a
keys" this morning; a cargo ><' ,
sptndld grove on the Orange. GladeRoad ;
freight I '\: '
-. and from whom 1 they were ,secure I i AV' ='-''. :
>j ,!. This la furthe evidence that -
.. Up .From. the Keys J nearly everything one desire* can be lihl 1 \

the' The key: steamer: ,this Biscayne morning came'up after another from found, and had in Dade. county. I A White Enameled rIj:

lad of freight and barge of water. r' :
'She will. return-tomorrow morning. Property Litigation Settled. ,
Mrs. R. Finder of Key'West, has 30c 'I I \' %
:t4 been In the city'the past several days I l
Laying the Foundation settling up a property claim which : i Bedat$2.05f Ht H-
'" lJ. J.; ;:,Holly, who has' the contract had been in litigation for tbe past ; Firje Tandem shape, Wallet! | ,
llor office for
building'the fine new
box best
twenty-one years. Title to the prop-I envelope stantionery,
; Dr. J.;; M. Jackson on Avenue B, IsI -A and .
it contested new
qrty., appears, was by i parchment 1 I' \
laying the foundations today. I .
I Mis. Finder and the fate H. L. White po lar.numler.::

.It..; end a satisfactory! 'adjustment was_ '
'" ''ttveral Homeseeker Arrive ached but three week! before the on Easy Terms' at '
&ft6 ticket Kith each 23c wrcbas j-
"Several homespckers from different death of the latter.. The property A fllvf

girls ,tithe.'West arrived in, the city :located: at Lemon City! Mrs. PlnJer $,! ,' i I \ '

,'. yesterday and will spend the next few will return to her home In,the Island SAND SELL CECH AAPERw -- I 'r '
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day*': id-: this and nearby vicinities, City tomorrow 'night on the steamer i't.. t

;looking,..r 'l over]. property. with a view tocatIng Martinique.. o.. i ".* ChaiIIe&SonI I \ 'The House That Treats I r

y<, Will Lay Out New: Suburb .Avenue _
Jl A'Comfortabie CorUgr | J. H. Tatum Co. have just purchased & V \ t
J. J.' Holly; the well known contras ten acre of land south of the = I' /
.' Chief Phillip'sDilemma 1', RI Tht .
r i Uy. bS'. .gotten the cottage on Sixth' Dr. Rader place on the Lemon CIt' ;' PitrUes' going' down 'Twelfth streetto \ You g \ .
t.a dz', atmet and Avenue C. which, he 18 road, and today have a surveyor at : ,
for 'Mi. (iL use ;.Tom welt Itoui Uie bridge, .or crossing the bridge j
recting; ; work lame into streets, blocks
i 4er"'way.,*'.It' will ''consist or'.Ix and.lots, and within a few day it will in (looking over to the quarantine boat \ Dade County Furniture Coh
Hc (lam, may 'see Chief Engineer .
comfortable "
and make of
rooms one be on the market The tract i* admirably -
;t' ..: baadaome t.,:home* ,fronting .onr4lrenue ; located, being high and 'dr* Pad Phfflips altting'olf to himself on ,"
C. Hr': Perry, of Dorn and commanding a fine view of the a bulkhead, m. restlessly pacing the

'i rry' and family will occupy. ,the, cot-, bay. The streets 'iD.be: ,graded and upper deck with his hands, behind his ,. .' ', F"v t
'' backhand cloud on h! brow, denotlnglmoBt -
"t'h' a
( .... __ this. ,Wlater. paved and the price per lot fixed atreasonable" ';;:; '' ,
I utter desolation There p '
figure. The win ...r
a. property r' 1
; ,-. ,i II nothing: running away in qarantlne
WIll 'Take Offie Next ,Monday probably! be named Bay'View., affair lost I -
and the] Chief baa not
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kTbe new cityi'oaclals"elected yes.tsrday any;;near reUtloai, bin his friends
will,be .wona'Into office next Launch"Scout" Arrive cak'ell at oncej; when they see hlm
: i=al hlat, ,th?; city council ''' 'of tJiat' ubiTha S
t "Scon( is the name a new isapparently In deep tn
ehimher. and It 1* likely' that lmmerOereaftor.j pleasure launch owned by Mr. Tony ,, *.>, d '" ,aT&I t. the' snndi'and board of public Saturday. Mom' RockleJge where. It whch was a Instrument and of an occasion on which:! Ruskin wu
snobbish. He says: "Buskin on one occasion
works wRI;meet and organlre!.Tlayor. wined
: .' was built during the past summer. Not witwhich he away the lonely gave a large capper to which r. -
F+t .,> Sewen-irlll, be sworn into office by a ", horiti man who 1* always ready witha John Jones seas shoes! or that Peter-
+ only 18 -the "Scout" one' of the.finest ., and entertained. 'his .many be Invited ome of the leading undergraduates I ,
,, aatary'public. 'Ud.h. in; turn will launches on the bay, but It Is the friend" He has I shipped it back to whom be did not know. His Bprface answer may: consider this Piper 1* a lawyer.But ..

tweet< IB*I.the other, official. fastest. by all odd, reeling off with the. ;,:?!factory for'repairsand! when it speech on this occasion did, not makea question one unworthy of' reply, or real advertising i the- advertising,'
'.tr '''-' I favorable Impression H* Mid be designed
l ease twelve knot per.hour. It" arrivesRichard will-be hlmselT that 1* to .attract and -e m-
ltJww" I ; could hardl1'expreea :bow much be ODe which can be answered without a
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( Orange Blossoms From Dade SO.teet. long by 8' feet, beam and is again: ," and those passing over the felt honored that so many young men moment' serious consideration and pel sale, bas been! ntillxed only a

f yBeveraldays'ago'abox;! ; of orange fitted with, a, ten horse power'Twenti- bridge, the nelghorKig, resident, and who were superior to him socially' ; comparatively, few, years; and 1*-yet '
'Engine. chlera should have condescended;!to accept his the chance!. are,I(perhaps ninety-nine in its undeveloped staci\(1Ich'Cf{
Lfoa ours >. were Desired. for, a. swell eth Century I Mr. Canova will the many friend, will once I ,
,PlJHadelphla wedding and telegrams use It for, pleasure, purpose this season. -moM' be regaled]with'"canned opera* invitation. This disinclined ua to keep out i of one hundred that hi I. reply the advertising| today 1* crude.p. :
;'' *.. wer -Hat '.to .aH the*,orange 'raising of the first order. the up loser acquaintance thereby." although; we were. I would be applicable not play upon words___ and intent tA decMve.
t.oa; aSked but to the one. wbicn "

Fact ghat should convince! wo d rell\ "What should. advertising and One to reason mlsrrpreent.for this i* that the rank ,

:: The Deadly Pira I II IEi' ; I IN ,be? of the profession,I are largely.recruited"from.men '

: t the most SkepticalMl tlonoreakfast T j e one two to bear the about other' the as.does. same rela-the ,. one;jrhoj or two.having tads:been in a 'force able'to'present .! .

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manger pave looked upon"themse
.. -It.: ; '. of a beggar who bas been' II : ) <.

:i j"" 10. The quesuo4' regular prices versus: The Great Sale and Saving Bank values. A tomato farmer after having shippedblk given,. a few dry and perhaps, moldy j as have especially pinged.Into fitted the to field write.without ads and 4

r., <'of his crop'wlll *sell out hls'last few of odds and ends, culls; foran! almost! nothing figure. Our policy is to carry: I crust* at some Inhospitable! door to I sufficient knowledge of' business

,(po goods over, from season toseason and in:our great saving: salt j tetc.; find prices we. fear you will never be able to dudliurfi I1 I- the (menu of an elaborate dinner at literature or even of good English or

1 cats.'again for many month: to:come. !1 k She ry's or Delmlnlco'a. human nature,' or of the prime essentials
the of
Tnis may be placing subject branch,
1- '.. 'v.4 reader In' of any of commercialism
t ; advertising before some a
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1 .I D'a''a'tlriD Pant' ; .i9s.fo ,mens 3.so and. 4.00 pants '; ; T ...III. 500 J r newt! light. But I' believe that among render good' ,.I r.rlce: They >mak*> .

1; ; ,; ., ; .We have made a |big I reputation on the replies received would. -be. -some. "duck and drake." of the man' money -, ,
r '- 'this'line l and ;;customers tell ,us.that!j 'll- 1 like the following: who is sufficiently unfortunate andunguarded

"i Fantolisthe world over for 3.50 and '4:00 our>pants are the':' i Strong Advertising i is a making known' to ::to 'place! It'in their bandsfor .'
'best in Dade -- "r- !! the,public what we-have to supply.;; advertising L"L"distribution.-
for their' fine wearing wearers: .'.' _'.
.1". and fit have abig stock of these hand inM Advertising I* creating' a demand.AlvertIeing This fact Is'no fesc'true'of the id-
gualities perfect ; : :on i 1 I
a judicious outlay cia
I I i; they are cheap at' 6. '7'' most all kmdsof: materialand, nearly!: w Saving : certain 'amount,' of money"1Ii"order I lyeatI'lnc"qen: who,(can'.compe'. ,
h. campaign.-an
and8. 'dollars. ll'i1' all size; !h: 'price is an"extremely1fine..worsfed"and I I Several in advertising increase
: I 1. i to have It returnee fold of only 10 per cent,'when some other.
cassilow one aidtc'caranteo'tbe wear s., J Banks !Increased sale. manwoufd .
have foil
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:"4, nerd: and flannels: r of every onej scd.;: L n' l : I A t1aI IgU'\; telling people,'whert, that;, than.1t l ;tOvthVmandebit iwboiek. .
.$2.951. can buy what they want to beat -
.Bavkngrice Ourluw'savingf.tice thet; and credit are aids
.. '$4.9Q. ,,, J I .on wrong
.,,,:, ._, .. .. -) "i. ..... 'at .... . !. { ..'. .' t11" : fret ,adv mtage., of the, ledger at! the dON'of the year.' '
Advertising la a employed to maa
.! I.. .cBoys' -, Again a. la business for himself '
'I* ., < M get rid of good that won't sell In any [ who wishes 'to:Increase sales,
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: 1.__A feW_ Sa=:: "CIoIhJD : ..i" Every boy and girl oth ivertising r way.A Is one means of keeping! advertising believes that matter.he, can ,prepare The result Ms"own are .

: in Miami should name and the goods It handles too often weli.;nigh*, ..profltTe The' ,
,- constantly before, the public.
have of these : cause for the majority,,'ot failure'In,
Values J : one Advertising Is what some fellow new boa news that, 'are started ,bjr4
; ttlOnal; Largest and, banks. !{Just the 'io4 i who has more money than he has men, of email capital i is not that there t

; dSf*, Si- I. : thing to keep your and therefore,: throws a cer- la not room In the, world for the'small
Best, StockinfMiami: in: and bra1ns. of it away by fooling man. that thereU, not.sufficient'd r '

: thatsure. ;; ; .Limited.55c I,.. money every ink,and; printing paper. wand: .for";the; article"wftb: whlcn bw-
: "" ; i |jJ i i bank has a se- Advertising l IP a' scheme which:" furnishes bad. proposed to..upply the' pubUe.. :
f lor.byr'Sweet q'rr. andRailroadOveralls $2.90 for 3.50. and 4-00 }(: cret combination- a means for the support of a-, neither la it because I he lacked! enough

>_" : ::worth 750 boys':' suits.) :f lock, so no one can lot Df sensational;| writers. 'cap'taT: to carry his business to'a snccesHfnl -,
1 A Ivertising .Is a mean empoyed: to lssue.'to place-it on a stable .
; ''' to i.oo., Only 2. pair to each, them but man's busIDe... '
.j 53.9O for 4:59 ,and'5.00: open your exp ain 'a 'by making foundation, but, because his advi
: customer*: _- boys' suits. ;i self: A |bank free I' the pubic:;,acquainted'' ';,with ,the,com- ing failed to accomplish therein

'I; MW r IT +* j. Il I r with every pair of, mo ties In.which! he,deal."' it would<< had he placed K In'thoroughly -'

: ; "forthe! genuine no. 50.yh" ,. $4.45 for; '6.00, 7 oo and" boy ;or girls shoes Advertising Is a paying out of good .competent hands, for She himself '
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because {competitors do
r i money your kbew'onl
"t as much abotrtTaJvertlslng-
; 'fycr. Elastic: SeamiDrawj: J$Q0 boys"suits: ; f.., f1'
; 4 '"' ., that 1.25. and if OQ.don't follow suit
lall : : \ : ',' t' :, I cost over so they as the'ollee i know about:the'tinsprinciple '!
e _sold 'storesJ'for] ysc .1 ;' will) win in ahead.Tins .
A bank free with and !manner of eondnetlnr
,. and'' i6o. ,Only 'two: pair' to R member' a' savings. bank"; :{ '1 ( every man would define adver an empoyer's'extenslve-buiineei. Tbs ;

It each'customer., ,. ark free with i every.,boys suit that ; every boys suit of his own Tlewpoint. from public Is'an. ,orange." .The'competent

,:i/- 24.45 J ;\ .. Bought.; 1o.. :{ clothes also.Anysuftof hislpersonal'' experience, Many' of I advertlsng agent. Is,a'man who knows
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these replies! would much better ans- jutThow
\t- I j tar: grip,the orange who:eaa,
: forEdw.. Oapps"jf ., .: # 'clothes in our store we'the.. question, "What should' advertising sqneeiejt bard enough to get out aD
'SSc;, for]!boys knee pants ; : : I her, .Too much_ of.It, alas! |Ute Juice and;the' substance,'.'and who .

$7.$8.00Sh! { :worth 75 and 850 Vl.lf I at $9.90 It i ot what It should be, as many have will; cast aside only the rind. ,In fact.
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w$ .....' ,{n,. L .1- I ned to their cost.! tbe tme jidvertisiag genius will probabTypresemf -

< .. l.( ,.-'1-' ;Atfred Beniarriin i,|& Co., 15.00, ,>18.00 and 20.00 suit. All I ut In considering this, we should that .for its own ais-

jn The'finest and' stweaiefste .oh" $90c\-fof-.knee r. ''pants_worth j :I :must go. Such an offer, has never been heard of I II in Miami ren I ember that advertising to any extent tlnctlve use. '

: 1.00 w and ia5 I n .the past ana'\1wlll probably? never duplicated, in the :- that !s, advertising; which Is Not,ooJy-'s; advertising as It I* to-.

; only about30/pairs? ;;! at, _, ,*,. ? i-trjf, % f{ a utu're. AH of these:: are far less than wo thy of the nameIs of ccmparatl Cay: .conducted! a personal; loss ton C
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,this price. '20'peIct;discrbn all ,S1:2O for boys knee' pants i|[:mfg.cost and ouri) loss 'on these will beheavy AJe9V ely recent growth! It sprung,out ,any thousands of business m
{ aln oat like mushroom.
a It Is
,revs EdwClapp, shoes :n stock;' worth < 1.25 and ,2.00 ::1} ,. Stock must hence the 9.90 price true throughout, :country' and a damag
1,50'L t ". : : : that. the advertising" 'which !is coverer4d to the really! capable advertising ma,
( :1 'I by placing a man's name or the but it Is afro i.! loss to the 'finances-of
,,, We have cut the ..if, deep oa .. na: ie of the firm over the door of our nation of jnilllona '
lines not ins the above I Began Oct. 20 or doHars n-
many advert. 'fh Romf thr r pace of business.: Just to let peopf nually..Wcanw \
tUement and yon will be doubly re.,' A ot 60.Sale tI November 4j On account '' keep. least that
ony.- know _that they were there, dates amount of r''circulation"when
paid by..going 'thropfh ,onr stockan4sJ : low price. no good will be money out
.**''** 'C.II"In" .. w* back. as also dogs the occasl all judicious';
T'T'i"01!; / > ..i; 'f ;t. 'charged t '" >tifit.Jot'lhtcumiuq'.e.rota:. '" 1- i f: '" prices; Cash only at ad. prices. : t in ,a ([newspaper, that distribute It .
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Union' gtrsollalllew lljot'l i : ISLAND CITY I wJv Y HAVE THAT :0-

Mr. Lawrence Peacock, of Cocoanut Deputy pi lerlff T. Ji j Haygod, of ORDER, A CASE OF

-AT Grove is in the city today. Delray I& r the city today. j .atuRLT1 BET'

'r '. 4 I'w. .0 Metropolis Bureau,

Smith's' Book Store. Rev. Stelnall returned this morning 'WI Blackmer, of' I Delray: is a Key West. Oct 23. I TonicBrew cigars within- '',reach!....'aboct ft.,,

from a week's stay at Plerson, Fja.. ballDesafl, js tor in the city today. Better have one or two'goal oaont
The tug Undine with Civil Engineer i ,
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.' : than a doses of Inferior naBty.
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I-. Mr. D. W. McComb arrived home Mrs. ,D.r. ;. Conoly returned home Kroome on board, arrived Wednesday Havana tobacco: may be high prta
.: 1.'I'I rnJ days' visit I and the steamer Biscayne but that does sot prvrtat
; this morning, bringing to a close a vacation yesterday l>m a,few to morning u gtrinf

: 60c.. .a month, _; I If.50 spent in South Carolina St. Augus'tiie and ,Jaebo I YllJe.ft later, bringing tents, tools and supplies our customers th 'cxMllax' ,.

$ for 3 months .' f "I for the railroad work. The ma- a fire new brain tonic, ". 4-s :. -

".. Miss Topham of New York 1s Mr. Jamnt'cilman! left this week for HAVANA FILLER FOR, I.CENTS:
terial is being hauled out to the county frorr the Acme Bott-
$6.00 for one year among a number of incoming' tourists New'HarttOrd. Conn., where ,he will; : t
road where the first ,camp Is to De ling vorks.) Our,drinks
today. enjoy h!s JSadon.< I '
S The Norms malnw
a tntr
:--,- ,. .". I and
,1; I -' established.' are pure fresh,
5. good smoke baving the fan srosti, ol
.. Mrs. 8. A. Belcher has returned ,Mrs. W4 14 Shepherd will entertain The BIscayne brought no laborers, I We ise'only fine granulated the best,leat '

'i from St.Marys.Ca., after a few'weeks the Ladies Id Society I of the. First but it 1s expected that sufficient help I sugar In syrupsAcme '" --1
weHaveJf1l' restful stay there. ,... ,' M.her E. Cnxwcli homg bn on Avenue Thursday B. afternoonat win be secured here to put up the i J tI AYES .

tents and the commissary and have j Bottling ,
,.." _Seeing .Miami: ,antomobU Lot il everything ready when the 1,500Ital-!j 'THE:CIGAR MAN II.
:.1' ,#" I II ton ft Elnlg. opposite postofflce have Mrs.. Eber rd Poppers i and little |I' Works
I Ian laborers, .arrive.' As soon as the '
; an up-to-date car for.hire. *' daughter, left: last night for Odum jUa OPPOSITE,HOTEi BISCAY1T1
lYJaUe' .
i I ... relatives camp is ready the Mallory line steamer III j MII 5:,- we.t of Ill ractory.t
to visit 'Mnj pop elra and ,
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Mr. John F. Sean of Jacksonville, friends '(O #The next several weeks.-
enthusiastic they will be sent from here as the '
a good many; Is In the city today in the Interest of .
camps are opened along the line. C. C. ,Carroll
friends, among housekeepers the Southern Brokerage Co. I The ladies' of ,the'[ Lemon' City Library ''it is reported on good ''authority for a;continuance of his prosperity.The -

by unusual values. of the ..." ;wiuri e.a dance''on !Tuesday, that the warship carrying the President fire ponce, heM heir, regular J. ,

For your bathroom fixtures go to October $31'for the benefit of the library. from New Oralans to Washington meeting ou Wednesday evening and r '
W. J. Brown in the new Front Building Mutlc$ the Biscayne: Orchestra. I rules '
lf 12 adopted nw< and] regulations.
Glass about
: 'will stop in the:harbor The liomeseeker'sAgent
t ,.corner Avenue D and',11th. : street All are, e cordially Invited. hours to coal, but no arrangementshave I AmoDg'them\ Is one which Is very'Important ,

'. I enjoying, been made for his coming ashore tot)! the general public.: The
Mss IssbeUe Burns left several days A novel of hotel life
Chulaand'Silver' priy on account of the quarantine regula holding back of crowds with ropes at .
ago for her home Dear Ttnsvllle, and was brough out yesterday at the Ho- fires and bat firemen allowed ,1
tions. Hon. Ceo. W. Allen, who was no one .
A good business opening foe th
will spend! a months' vacation visiting teJ vergliiJi*, when eight persons oc- 'Governor Inside. Inj many Instances cue crowd
,' appointed by the to repre- right man. at. a' real bargain.. -
her mother and friends. cupying churl at the lame table decided i has seriously handicapped the fire
sent the State of Florida as one of on.lth ,
a.i ; A lot 50x150' street Bear
; on o'clock dinner served according ,
men while at work.
committee Jackson '
the has reft for
Nicely fnnished toVjthelr 'WBlagjand for the I Ave. D. Tlere are three buildings on '.
: here and rooms overlooking Mr. and In. Wm Morton
which they ,returned '.
; ville and will no doubt make arrangements ihfJ'I L'" ;
; carry away* It Is' about the_ bay".modern conveniences. 130Eighth rake of a!|iile"[ nonsense consequentIi !. for his landing When the Thursday from athrer weeks'" 'visit* E': tk. L t ; ,

time to- io a little'overhaulIng street '. ; all. were I commanded to "fingen I President leaves New Oreiang Wire: tp friends |jn Larklni; :f''M1::and Mrs. One 20x60, onje 24x50. and a three
I' eip i61.e to iQponauti#
> up, the fan will make connectionwith )( ) about purchase a handsome room 'building 'alao' a valuable lot.
less telegraph
"the .tablelook "' -
noyfo have '
; Mrs. Oscar T..Tucker' ,and third: are her c lled| .d,so on for|the different the warship, and he will keep indirect i .pied: of Improved property slt'nated of. machinery.,,engines j etc! .Price for

Its'best'uid'"most J aJ8; expected to arrive here tonight They courses, concluding. with I iced, port communication with Washington ', on the rock road near Lemon all"$1850. .on easy term, '
1: pettzlhg for wlpte'rappetlte I have been ,sightseeing and visiting atNiagara' and 'clgars 19r the,'men. During; the City. { I- .-
whiie in the gulf. Several battleships 2 fine t e.idt1lce'1Qta on 10th at.,
Falls since'midsummer.. ""spread" decided:that another
i will be In the harbor at key I'I between avenues C and D for both ,
dinner be j!lien tonight and'there'waamach QCOqrxXCXXOOQOOCOOOOOOOOCO! "
when the President arrives. The $2000. ; | ;
For Sale---:: Oliver typewriter, practically hllarlijt over the result;of "fin businebsiots
'MAYNARD '&- SON u government wireless station has been I I .Two on arcane D,
new]Can be had on easy terms. gers up." "u hose participating were. OONE CENUWOnO $1300 and $1500. These are good
for the week, making
I _, ,, s at .work past '
Typewriter can be
seen at Metropolis Misses JlU e Hampton and Ruth business investment

I' JEM1LES i;AND,OPTKUKSNextlorostefflce.Nbad.fb.: Omcer: 'f ; .;. Ri'ulerson-pi d Messrs. W.. .M'iBrown.J. ; i .I tests and about a'dozen extra' men ->,- : -' 2 one. residence'-vacant' lots '011Biacane'
_ havevbeen"employed at the equipment'building COOCOOOQCOOOCOCOCOCOCOCOCO '
... tf H. Chea m.w H offfpidas/ifTBd,I to' Dr.
\ i The W. C. T. U. will hold" the regular Morse ge.Complt'simd !E. L. where the power to workthe, VICTOR TalkUr VaehlM l aad Ktcordi. at Graham N. E. Main and$500
> *|nuraucy. Ask for :Mr. Cuee-
meeting Friday 3.JO p..m; attheFirst.MEL Brady |11| ; / system .ser.OU ncord abased a.w.oi Av.D. Don't,yon want to! make a food
: : | 1 /' The wireless operators were In'communication 10 acre' home' on County'rock: road
il '... ,;. : ,0. : ; Church.) EiectIon'oflomeers'and : BI.CAVNE g ; with the ships coming NO WHITE FLY &': "a;r' near Larkin' Price location and
other business 'will ,demand BAY LODGE ... Mriw.via.*. aid two-yor bade of ora.a.mpefr.it.4r..lir.sad all I IC
quality right.
'- r. a large attendance. MK.I Pi.HONOR' from Hampton: -Rbada' Thursday rind otter dtr..tree., l' ,
4.' Or DEAD mule. Special offer to b T n mBtil Oct.IS
I I they are-expected to arrive in a dayor Cot Iwo c Uk>rM _tal.t.r yal..ble raU '
I :Ii': two and1 be"on coal for the racebackwltb'the tau 1 cole*,in*. Addn. **,O..W.Cvai.r.proprktor.TMrtrlM.ru. .C Carroll -
j For Sa1e.IITe 'typewriter, prat.titan R** j'r"1' Upon(Death + of .
1 Mi.Sell : new;Can be had on easy terms.Typewriter D : E. d Dearborn. : President Flu czcbubn offer for o'd Victor Record Successor to Carroll& BnnneQ
J t Dogs seen ,' ,The new city marshal has been for to rjlETROPOLITAN TALKING -
,can: be at Metropolis il' MACHINE C0 m ,
: Mali SU Jach.oa.ilt
Office. *; ',. Mkml. Fli" ;, OcL ZO.I J905: mnlatlng'.plans: for his force of police- FU.Tiruted. ,CataloitMs fne. 214. 'Ay&.D. betritea aad rJ SL
"' 'an1lgue them Instructions' on
\ tol> for cult 5 to 10 MIC of U>d. '
In Castle Hair of Bay BIscayne Lodge, ay Miami Florida.
But I cant"give a Thursday" Inform 'the owners and .earb, { or iairpro.ed.. W.
> you '
;'Kra. B.,T. Lnttrell received a,tele-. I f No 1'Wherea4. lfc...?( f P. : 1 of the slot' machines In the
; agents
0 city
cram last night to hasten to the home t'' t has pleased the,-cU- ,
!of her brother at Hallandale len Ruler that are now being operated, that they .
Painterr' and ,Promo of the Ul1herae to.,call \
,, 'on the evening train but was not able I to Himself"01 e of our noblest knights must be removed at once, or they will M.' J. Yarboroughntractor '

II io give.particulars,, of the sudden callafthatLtlme. and In contla l ration of the ties of love be confiscated and destroyed. The
marshal says that'he thinks it is no
oa your. afCTRlCAL'W ; fc and affectionj ***t bound Brother Dearborn
more than right to give the owners a I Builder
;to, 'this lodge and its'members Co and

: ,Having engaged the services of an individually c-; md feeling a deep sym .chance to remove them and send them I '
BROWNElectrical. .
: C.H. the
expert baker we will be prepared to pathy I for bit bereaved' family. ere'm from city.- i Builder of the Palm Beach lout J j i

: Contractor. -1113'Aye. C Furnish the public,with home, made fore | j: .He'allowed them,.one day to remove

", bread pies and cake; Bectnnlnl'cm: :' First, That this lodge has them from the saloons and coffee H ouse Moving. a SpecialtyMiami '
'y. -
day.;' October 16th. Memo's Dairy lost one oi lts 'most 11chlyhonorecl shops. e-mar'haJ'haa had his force ,* }

\ Lunch. 13th street !. members'--f;!,!, 4Second' '* t] watching several places In the city f
I ; I Florida i,
fh reported: to-him as gambling houses ,, ,
it our deepest sympathy
.Ed. MOftAT'SDairy I Rev.H. Q. Porter. Rer. L.. 8. Rider is extended,; Mrs. A. K. Dearbora and he made raids on two places.LouIs 'I'

Mrv VT. F,Miller and Mr.-Odo Hainlln '- and ''her'fam'liy I Machm and SaMaJo Altas. The former f

";' J 'hive to Daytona Beach to attend : his was'dismissed I far want of evidencebut I
'1 gone Third That.. vacant 'place'in oat DUNHAM THE ;'J-f ,CANOVA
the district conference and Ep- lodge .lhala: 'memento of Wrowand the''testimony produced againstthe '

: Lunch. worth-League'convention being'held a, reminder'of. 'th.' destiny' :of,hn1 latter'was conclusive and'be was : Miami i Decorating'Company.
I ""- t j fined $150.: The'police is
; there this week from toda1utDFrI- inanity ffl, : [ Justice

V..ftt'lloo.'l 4*I&Y......It.' '_, a r.dt" 'I .,A t:.,J Fourth{pi( itjhls life,-shall'bean I J with'the'fa,'Jlfudueed marshal and'a heavy whenever fine erljdence win- Ho... .... Sip' ,, ', ,,
inspiration us'as, his. death waj"a
EverytWflg t ne v. inckduigbw 1 Forty acres'fine vegetable ,land- Yictol'7'..rot:>; "' ...,... J.",. i be,.imposed
pine and'ditched: prairie-for rent In Fifth.,'Tuts Ii a copy- of,,these'"reaoludons .-I I JI i(Cyan. Thompson left Saturday Pa.iti1ItPaper :

:-'tIt .' 9, making)! the; quantities to. suit; ,at a bargain rai be file j In the lodge+and prlatej [rOD tb::.MaUbry steamer for New York. .

Arch: Creek depot This property in thenewnpapen'of,Miami.Redmond jMrr Thompson will,Join Mrs.-Thpmp-: Hanging and Kalsomlnlng, :. .
; deasest t valid neatest K'room ('
( should be teen'to be appreciated.Thf 1 1 B. Oantler, I son and family who have been spendIng'theiummer'ln Agency Peat's Wall ,Papers: ,
subscriber win be found the
..tij (i in the dry; John' H.Welsh. :: .on" premises ftCom. 1 : Wm.C.J.,; Stuart Rose, HID Mr.; Clem Knowles and north.family!have Call or write. for Estimates. ,Office'1315 AveaeeSD

jaVAN ; removed from the William's

.IDEAL;PLACE' ..:H, CM:Roome and ,wife anti i i;; Cou m1ttee. on Eaton street" to,one of his cottage; own,

<- .f i Com F.)a Hughes and wife of New :art a 7 1.f. situated on United street. ANNOUNCEMEN1Miami :
rOR E Dies ;
i York are stopping a few days: a'Schmidt's I1., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams' will .

',' : .Villa. Both gentlemen i HOTEL ARRIMS?:1: 1,I in a few days occupy the cottage on Conservatory of Music, 225,Twelfth. St. ':4I ;

Not Cormected with'a scions l have; automobiles, ,here ant are 'enjoytg -' ,,,Eaton street lately vacated by Mr. I'- "
The noted teacher of singing' '
Daytona's fine roads. >.Com: t and Mrs Clem Knowles. i r. '
'Biscay. T.- F. \
Roome.owns a fine yacht Roamer, Williams.,Day-,I The choir of Sparks church and
Itcrrnitk everyday at tons; W rdlow.icInc1nnati'ArT. MISS JULIA. TAL1FERROlit )
.. which is now at Miami and Commodore I many other friends gave an entertaln-
fl '
5c a' glass. ,Light,:refreshments Martin,|SPhfladelph acon; Ti; E": Bolnes, '
Hughes the ment '
- owns yacht Wednesday evening at the resi-
of Btlratiit Onllcvc XatbTllIr. Tno. (papfl of 8a i Cieraui.. aims ftatysad Ceorr'
served dur-. ,. also at Miami.,- Daytona,, Ga- fit r W. Wr Bfackmer. Del-j jd'ence ,of,Mr]; and .Mrs. Robert Pritchard. Heaxhel.Lo.dM,E.rUad)will take..char(.of tile Vocal Depan....&. Oct k ., TIt_hit. ; j
ra, rtttd la the ad of mimfitg wl1!,.PIe. call or w rhc tk* Ccawrtttorj, for iutkt|*itkVoices a : ;':
,J leg all, hours.. zett&NmBoth, Commodore anMrs. < Carlos ;n honor',of the newly elected < _" :
tested free.frw' # ibis ...
Roome and Commodore and'Mrs. San D. M. I McComb, Miss'i marshal. Whltmore CarJner., An enjoyable Kl>dcrvannt.a TJnghes to Tophamcit' .u, ,. .dead of r d iidrety to the little folka. Also a raadona depattnnu .Tcr..very ref .atl'r .
|: ;3rddobr east! ''ofArenvVp qft,13th are expected arrive' to KI-, e s evening was !spent and'many

treet.. Proat Bmldmsr. Maiui: Fla. all Thursday. '. Soothe T, JHaygood' ,-Delray. congratnlitiocs extended: rRANKUN COLEMAN BUSH, Dimtcr

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'" 1a4\ ;.;. >sct:mj hand and"official: seal,'this 2Jday'ol ,
spoke her voice I resolute tibia. Don't: ttrrow Trouble.

.. < lion In it as if she,were.,forcing herself LEG.I'. AD 'ERTISE.IIE\TS October;,A. ;,D., 1905: It k a bad haUtto|' borrow anything
t tr to say the words. N. P. 4 May Robinson bat '
the :
: GRATITUDE i wont thing you can poattbly -
"It must bea-glorioos-thlng-U Notary Public.
Vertud; knew that saved-her-lifer' Then .. bororw. .i trouble.. ,When. ,ale*,
; ; t you : ORDINANCE such operations. My commission expires May 12.1901 t--
; = i she added with a self forgetful plea* ,- 1" Without in 'any particular limiting .. sore heavy. ...rr. and :worn out by
JEALOUSY ore, "We are all-I am so grateful. to Amend tile pains and poisons of ayspenata. ,
An OrJImce t to Section 7 ofArtt
the State f
any of objects and powers of the > New York. I
you, Mr. Wtigbt""Yoe > biliousness Brightts and :
I disease
:By ttobait JennaJa ColeOopyrlgb it all iake'too much of It," exclaimed l i, of the OrJinanres of the corporation, it is hereby expressly declared County of Niagara. ss. .hz -

1 l Allan hastily. Then he spoke CItf'|> : MIami.1! \ relitlng to Revenue. provided' that the corporation On this day personally appeared before liar disorders, don't sir dow.

: t, isms br XosmPanelU t; again with an earnestness Julia bad Tatitbn and Licenses.SecOo shall have power to issue bonds ;e James T. Brundage, .to me brood over your symptoms but fly UeI'1

never heard in a man's vol<'e.1 ,"t. i 1. Be ,'jlt 'ordained' by the and other obligations in pay. well known as one of the persons de relief ,to Bectrle |IB1tte Here _.

:;Juno Forman watched her tw when"Do I yon went know down what for I her was? I thinking thoughtIf City Coti ncll of the' City of Miami that ment for property larchased or acquired scribed in and 'who subscribed Jus will find sure and penman<.nt forgetfulaeas ,
Mends ran down the beach together I didn't save her yon would never; Section: 'e of Article 1 of the ordInanc- by It, or for any other objectIn name jto( and executed the foregoing of aQ your' troubles and your -;;.

and plunge; with a about' of laughter forgive me. Not that I shouldn't have e City of Mlaml( relating to or about its business: to mortgage articles of Incorporation and for body, win .dot b t.I1JMcb1< dust.

Into the big wave that rolled pp t. tried anyway but when I thought of amend taxation;! and licenses be or pledge any stocks, bonds or other the articles of incorporation of theMlaod'.ransfer of. debt disease. At all crugglsta.,
meet them., It made a pleasont sigb: you I simply could not fall. An Incredulous -i Price gentGuraateet..
J so as to read as follows I obligations. or, any,property real per- Company and dU acknowledge
for the crowd on the sands, but.Julia look stole Into Julia's eyes.
Sec'tio i 7. The ,Cltyl) Counell of sonal and mixed which maybe acquired that he eiecuted'the' same .
was not In a mood to be an Impartial '"Yoa don't mean you were thinking| "I
spectator.- 'Shebad come down 'fCr of anybody but Beas at such a moment said cit r-shall' at Its first' regular by it, to secure any bonds notes for the purposes and uses therein ex Full ef :Tragic; Meaning. .

1I three days, she 'could not swim and r she asked ." meeting In July, or.as soon thereafter or other obligations by It Issued or Incurred pressed. are these. lines from 3.'U.--Simmons.of ,

I aile thought the time was too abort ID "Not only that," returned Allan "'It.. as pracicable%# I ascertain and deter ; to make and perform contracts It witness whereof have hereuntoset Casey; IL iThink' whit tniget have
'J i
which to try to learn. even flashed through my mind that 11 mine;tiCltT, < 'amount. of money to be raised of any Uad and description; m'y_hand and official seal 'this\ Sd resulted'I from 1':. 'terrible' :cough:':"If

Allan Wright and Bes Hart were wished It were you that I was saving. tix for city I Purposes, and the and In rrrbtr'oui Its business,'or day of October. A. D. 1905.' he had not taken( die medicine about
water comrades of It would be very sweet to have yea : brio '
.+i would not poll their many sport.summers.Julia She owe your life to me." i rate t jfo) general:, purposes shall not for the PurPose of attaining or furthering N. Oeo. O. Sheppard I which he wirtesij :( bier a fearful

bad known Allan Wright only In town, 'That would not be a very big debt" be mow; than ten (10) mills on the any of Its objects, to,do any and 'Pf Notary. Public. cough that: disturbed .my ,night's

and here she felt almost like an In said Julia, speaking as lightly as she dollc -bu the ref| estateland personal all other .acts and things which are *: Erwin rtat. I tried everythinbut nothing

truder. They .'bad'urged ,her to Join could sad trying to smite up at him. propeiiy: in the ,City of; MlamL now'-hereafter may be authorized Incorporators. J.would relieve' It.[t'ui 'I 'took ,Dr.Klnc' .
them but she fancied Itwas, from politeness The effort had so little success that. she, exercise I New
The.City Council may also levy an by, law..and to any and all Discovery for. consumption
turned her face .
Beating herselfon the t sand: Julia "It would away be the greatest thing on addition il tax ,of;, not exceeding.three other powers, which a copartnership I NOTICENot coughs 'andj :colds,,;'which completely

began to dig a tarroirlth the beel of God's earth" declared Allan, with an i' mllla-cr repairs and Internal 1mprdvffai or nataral person could do and' exercise Ia'bereb1'g cured e.m .".' Instantly relieves
almost fervor of He nts and not exceedIng' ten and which are now or hereafter ce Y8n tha the annual
her small.shoe, Then she looked outfiJQ religions tone ? and permanently l Cures ,all .throat
,, walked around where be could look at mlHsfo, streets, parks buildings and may be authorised by. law. neeting,of the stockholders ,of and lung diseases; prevent* grip and'
her, dropping upon the sand at !>.* the Consolidated Fruit Company wllf
j to be -
eJ/r, aide. othcrphiprovenents; plac J to ,Article 3. Tba aaoMt ,*f eIt.l e&p- pneumonia. At, aU druggists; guaranteed .
the fctellt of the Commissioners of stock shall be Fifty Thousand be held In the directors' room ot the '
"Never mind about that now." be | ; ,60e ad 81.00. Trial. bottle !'
Fort Dallas National Bank in the city
Pdblp'Vorks.The5 ($50,000.00) Dollars divided Into Five
said. "Your life would be yours to give area-
or keep even though a man should save _?1>y Council may also. levy such Hundred 'C$00) share of the par value ot Miami, county of Dade and Stateof .to'

It If you gave It for gratitude's sake addlttotal, taxi:! not. exceeding five of One Hundred .$100.00) Dollars Florida, on the.6th day of November A Pleasure te 'An

It would be no'trn. gift I want yon, mlfls -.i m.y' be (',necessary for lighting each, which shall be payable In lawful 180S, for the election of directors No Pill Is as pleasant and positive

dear' without any rcason.7. {t e cltr-: money of the United State of America. fore ensuing year, and for the as De Witt's' Ltttly Early Rlsers.lhese \ I :
"But dont care tor-WV'- '
"Nobody but yoaT ij f? Jlf Section 2. All ordinances and parts : Fifty (50) per cent of said pf. such other business as Famous Little PlUs are so mild aal,:

I "I thought-I was afraid"--. rest' I of ordinances la conflict with the pro- capital.stock'shall.be,subscribed. and may. properly, come before,the,meetIng effective that children' vacate ..i- '"

of her words Allan broke on the lips rldofW! nereof be and they are hereby paid for in cash before. said corpora- j j' T. V. Moore' Secretary. lee and weak! people! enjoy tte lr cleansing '

that would say them with his own. A repealed. tion shall transact any business, and effect: ,' .hUe':string people:say

moment later' be said triumphantly: Pasted October 10' ; ADD.. }'905. the balance .shall-be payable la cash 'Two desirable' office soma for rent I Ithey..re! the best|Uv r,pliia eversoU.:
.:i"Well. I don't.knowwhyyoa: caNtor In 'tie Metrtpollj Bonding a: & Howell. Houfton Tex :
me but I know It tea* gratitude." \ I F.'w Hahn. upon call of the board of directors. W...B. ,":".

]FHow do you knew It tiNt' Jealousy*. i President CltyX onnelLM. Article' 4. TIw..corporation shall Tatum. etf For years I tave'asel Little Early B>,

risked Jnaa.;with.a suspicion of a tear Attest'' .It Kellum; : continue and have tall.po..er.to.. .exercise Fort .,,..Pmr:1a.1D7\;\, famI17":". No"DeSIM;?

ea her lashes.r r'f : i11, City'Cleri' its corporate franchises, privileges Sale.- Oliver typewriter, prayUca11'iiew. pm can'oe ns.oftohstlpatlcn.JlctheidaFh..ptc. 1

lit .1 ru tt is. ,then:well,cbangB: 'jeaJonay Approved October 10. A. D., 190S..John 'and Immunities) for the term of ; Can be had on easy terms. ,.." thaifthesetaaoes! >|

to another page In the dictionary. lieCI'Ie4II. : SeweU. ninety-nine (99) yean from' and after Typewriter can be seen. at Metropolis' little* ylh%/'f'O! > t.hv:fV.UMm* peat.

(1..:. 1'1' ,. Office! el C* 'r
i 1!! "'i > Mayor. the commencement of Its corporate ,

.,..\ existence. -
A c.MtJ o. "" -
I I JAn; amusing;;case) of .experience OF INCORPORATION. Article B. The bostaew of the corporation -

FI'tAJ2tsi through one's appearance,to related hy NO 't, shall be conducted by a boardof SEA ;B\O!\ AR' D:

r Fs' .. lady who.went into a cobbler's" shopIns To. mr'lt.NayConcerni not less than three (3) directors a 1 .
town in Scotland and left a pair of Nolle Is that the ., i:!:
hereby given
r uncellenc president. vlce-preeldent.. secretary, .
rough and LinVRailwaySavannah.
ready 1ho4I.. .be mended. ( Air
1.J She iras plainly dressed as a travelerand denign' Intend to.apply'to his Ex- treasurer and. general_ manager and .

- il.. _' I evidently'made no particular Impression .I.Napoleon P. Broward Governor I such i other officers,_ agents and em J .

I on the mind of the shoe mender. o' the State.of f.'IorlolI" for letters ployes as may, from close to time be FOR I
..as ronrrzD' orr VOWABB vas MAX AXDIHXOffiL.
,In a few.days, on returning from [pa, ent on the proposed charter elected: or appointed the board of ; Columbia Caraden. Southern Pines .,
; *
some festal occasion the
on the water,.where she could lee the lady stoppedher hereto, ittached. directors. Any two (4 said offices except Richmond ;Baltimore. '
carriage at the cobblers door and Raleigh Washington :
beads of Wr two friends, swimming This p'd: day of October., A. D. 1905. the office of praetAentjin\ the discretion .
went bereelf Into the shop to get her New York.
aide by std She turned her paralOlaround' : J., T. Brundage.J f Philadelphia -
't;11 of the board directors, may
shoes. But the man told her be bad no .
s_ so k* 'sbnt -'off the I Two Elegant'Trains DaI1Yi.; J'I i
tof ocean. .
; shoes belonging, to her and when she ) M Hanley. be filed by ene sad tte came persons.. } (
Jolla recalled the two last tImes die
bad, ecn Allan. During those talks a pointed tbeu.out:! lie, fatty refused to !4' 1 JS. L Patterson. The number of the directors"of the Seaboard Express'. .Seaboard MaiISf";:
\\r ,
let her hare them. Insisting that they I CHARTER. :corporation shall be fixed from time '
I' Modern
.c slight acquaintance. bod quickly developed did not belong to her. She left deter I ;| :Equipment:f*, t
Into: close .3'1IIpalbr.. They mined to set the aid ,ortbe police if Wl i.: ,. bad felt together that. delicious,stir soehUe if fixed at more than three shall oi..i1q
necessary to obtain her property, bet ourselves.together, : for the .
; prise.that comes,.when .one finds that tbe".next day she 'concluded} to try poses be some multiple of three: lIctsoaia11 toJal.0ileus.
another has entered the same hidden i organizing a body corporate operaUng dilly i tttN1 siaepsii (ran: ,
r Ooor of thought or t.I'C7"woo.e key again. This ,time she was more successful. anddra he laws of the State of fiorollowlng The names of the officers and directors '1 -
but as the m.a.handed her : who are to conduct the business '
only they two In all the world Ida. : '
possess.They shoes .to her be told her that a strange I For full information and sleeper erv.tlon"'ca call on ariyagent'of
bad just begun to ,talk of things II I This3 1 ''of "the corporation, until those "
: Is'the proposed clW'r '
Seaboard write .
r woman In a carriage bad .tried,to get I or |
: that opened up lime, winding.' "'.'1tl11'uuP' them away from him. ,r ter tot the Intended corporation: elected at the first election, shall be '
,- mother the forest'of bad taken'dream her off to whenJulia's the "She was a sight bonnier.than your-- Arjlt e 1. The name 'of the corpoNatlodfahan qualified are: James T.' .Brundage. ,0. MCDONNELL' iatm.. KB," MC. jacksoQiiiie,'na'
aett. but I war noa carried awa' wP be "Miami Transfer Company president; J. M. Hanley.;I vice-presi
mountains While they were, Allan's .
went her.",,Uft,said as.be.banded,her. the and 1U' dent and general manager;;8. L. Patterson 1 jAjt '
family to the shore for the principal place of bus- F. C. OYL TON. Jr.r iu: ;

nmm<<' and be ,went with them. realized package that and she the'wu'aDotb owner of the sort,shoes of .Inesi:.In Dade :county. Florida, ,with secretary and treasurer and ._ v .e ,*.

Whether Bess Hart's lively ways and principal office at Miami Dade county :- James T. Brondage.; J. If.: Henley andS '. > '
her boN
'' woman te traveling gown and -art "
woa Itlffl,or not Jnlla wu unable to f L.. Patterson smUT constitute the Jft7".J..1 1. .
no resemblance to ber other self In party S.,".rida
decide. Certainly they were good *
very t
Meads. r ,attire. It""was a ease:of mistaken ?e.z. The general nature ot board of directors
Identity that'was curious and conviacog. The orgaatatloa antf Ant annual LOW'RAT.ES
Julia, raised her parasol and looked business to be transacted: is to establish
.-London Standard. 'C'.t meeting of,the stockholders shall beheld 1
oat again toward tile 11I1mmera.r They acquire "
own, equip, operate couJnct.snd .. ,. ', '
r were coming back now. Suddenly she "" I on the'ltd day'of November A. 'f' I
'0.... .."..:..., ; maintain ,a generaltranderUref '
saw the.girl's arm go up la the air sad : D. 1905. In the city of Miami. Dade

" Instant then her later bead,the sank. man out, too of had sight disappeared An :Dr.the WUllam' subject Williams.tells some Keen, Interesting In "bookon << :. .{, or I other. transportation.>f". ,, business county thereafter. Florida.shall beheld.The annnaf the'meetings f or Special 1 Occasions. Via> *MM"$.Qpl horn Railway))

things about the who used to rob on |
beneath the ,surface. Julia's To>:j>uyr' sell lease or otherwise to '
each'and '1. ........... _L._ '
graves and sell the bodies to.medical Monday,January. everyyear.
heart seemed to t. '
stop beating. 3eal-oi to tramc,1n automobile and
schools: Dickens Dining Girs. Service A La CarteL :
could Jerry,Cruncher: : IB I ,
out raise herselffrom
net cry, \or ; notpf? vehicles! of,all kinds whether
the sand., .Then the man's bead "A Tale of Two Cities" was a "resurrectionist" ,The officers and board of directors
la 1828 Dr. gees propel] H! by stem gasolene electric- Trains 1
by night Two Cast. Two'KSDiilyWat
I'OMlDto and beside him be bad of I Daily :
view the
ic .. corporation shall be elected at .
says there were more than 100 regular ty ;Other power.Tttbuy .. ,.. .
". the gtrL. fr.,, J .. the first annual # Jj ,, J .
meeting of, the stockholders
: Julia struggled her feet aad,ran professional jemldea occasional grave robber rolmnteera.In London: ( sell,least or, otherwise to and .at, each annual meeting ,1I ,e ackscnnlk: 9:10: a. m.i i'wftlacboinue1:45p.: .....**.
!" toward tile water. ;A 'broken wave They. lessor to., atgcin! antomobll and "id. m: 1:55.110 inCM
did foulness of the p. .
In lteetholdera'there&fteri'
a large
- a perfectly ortinliod but .I .
P rolled ap sad wet her ankles;but she I rtheirJmoter >
il''s I I : manner., ,"SometimeV ',ret supplies, fixtures If from election .
did IM* heed It. BbervlWxHotbebatfi- any cause an : shair not Atlantic Citj N. J. and Detroit
}, tag muter again and a sain.At*last'i'j t i parks Dr. Keen."they ilcked. up eases iadfcu" rnlshings! of' e1'1'ahtre all be held on the day of such sbaoal $fl.25 ntl.lriL00 sa'e' 'dailv; AC Michiganandpnf.Utl
I of apoplexy,In the street tarried them tdnf S : ; limited Oct. 31. b05.r
;; be
tamed and out toward the c'
:e rotated meetings, corporation shall not .I J .
'; the an relatives to the hospital aDd as relatives : ,, acquire, Ujnit Oct:31at.. 1905:
to man aDd the girl Allan was boldIng own equip on that account: be 4aaoIyed. bat 11. + '. ,-
chimed and removed them afterdeath an : Bar Harbor Maine, and > .r f
& his own but'BOM appearedto bepnconsdoos. t b sMl to anatomists.''..The resur- a4 pef'.t i conduct.and maintain inch election shall be called by, the directors $64.75 return. On sale daily; t' Chicago, I1L, and return .' !
t 6 05
her 'tMIl.ba4; te;-support' l re."tlonlM:1 presently began to:-.create: .; abd and general' motor Vehicle re- as soon as practicable: 'thereafter I limited Oct. 31, 1905. On aale daily., ;,Limit Oe .
dead 1 I
t' as a weight
'. l subject for dissection-In other words .IE supply depots or establlsa- of tober 31,1905.Hot \
due notice: the
for that
It was -.tj; HJZ bafore: the. burin: neat meeting CJ'J f A Saratoga Springs, N. Y
.to tunrfcr people,.y.William ,Bnrke. at such point'or:Polotl'within 't. I On sale \ t a -
muter had gahuxl his side and thl> purpose being given according to law. v and return. daily; : '
:, two-wae.bte to reach shallow.water who gave his name to the crime'of .he -State of Florida as the corporaUot ,Article t.' The highest amount of I limited Oct. 31,'1905. $#)K 15 ,.Spring t with their burden. Then, raising the r borklngr or(throttling murdered six ;miry desire. Indebtedness 'which .the corporation &oJ.. return. On sale July 18

r, girl's' limp slenderness In I his : teen persons.before he was aught T; jistabllsh, acquire Washington, D. C. and September -
arms. own, equip, it 00
time Itself $37
trial, of unexampled length 1IIdI may any subject to shall
lUll return. On aale limit 60 extra*
,Anna carried her ashore and laid her daily. dale, ,.
'' ope't conduct and maintain a line <
gently en the beach. Julia. knelt:by I Judge n charging the jury, lasted not be more than one-half ;:.of the Limited Oct. 31, 1905. tion for,90 days. i '
I twenty-four hours. ;It .was .the,very of automobiles or other motor vehicles amount of Its then tally pal4 la
her Mead eaptal .
aid pot her ear to the wet
! garment over her "heart Thenhe"' I atrocity of Burke sad Ms fellows that .I ?i bet weer"any'two or. mort'polAta stock. 'I r tr x "'

.looked up quickly to Alias brought about such change of laws thatmedical within] the State,.of,Florida. Article%'The name and residence Sleeping Car reservation and detailed information cheerfully f urnishe"
colleges BO longer have to dual i
e "She Is aflve. thank God Carry her 'ToYcQulwj} by purchase, gift lease, of the*incorporators of the I '
.1 with, resurrectionists,aDd starred the I company t upon application. Passenger office, 108 West"Bay Street
to mriwavcutcur TIle xciiige or, otherwise and to'ae11.
young man and the,amount of'capltal'lioct, sub F11I.IfrJ ;
proCea.lonaJpaT. robber out of btulTk Telephone 743' J. C. LUSK. Dist Pafc*. Agt, JacksonviUe.
; obeyed her.Jana leading the way. ;' i tease nr otherwise dispose! of real '
lIeU. ,r.2.2. )gig and scribed for by:each are ate follows: '#
By noon of tile next day Bess Hart I i : -
.,. eisonal property or either. Or any Tames
T Brundage, Niagara fans,
4 was strong enough" to be,assisted U Am nica sad ache.IO aa. Interest, or estate therein, without ben '50'shares'i.'
N. Y ,
bIreatfq't.Ulu eame"arouiito ; M Hanley.; Miami, '
} It was not tin tIM'1ear M0-4bat ... -Conflned coELih
Inquire bow 'she feltTand tbe girl early 800;years after"the death ef _to such' rear or personal Fla.. EO shares; 8. I* Patterson. Miami Atlantic
thaaked him with unrestrained property u may be:'necessary: for -"
4 alas Of'8lOl'7.l2I" Illumlnstor-.that tbe.Armenian : or Flu, 60 shares.in'wltnew'whereof -
ity. Jnlla contrived to leave them]II church became national Ja the :nejdental' to the proper carrying on i ; we;have Hereunto THBOUOH BCBEDULX:,. i' t : of

,alone did soon not.after return,;the bat_man walked appeared.Bbe ,, oat to. fufb.mnnl.t-of Last .\term 3 Then' tt )f tie!! business of the corporation ,;or set our hands and seals this ,2d Florida,. Georgia. Alabama, Virginia! ,North Carolina. ;
adopted the'monoplJJatto'COctrtDo that1n"Chtiit'here'wu thereof. '
the bona u.tar:away'a* she-could I bat nature inypart ;day of October, A. D. 101.j j' and South Carolina:"4The'great'Highway "- .- !
one a Thai
wander fi beresy.wlacb: baa never been accepted 4
eat down and phased her.bed :kite b,. any of, the 'western Protestant !got_ .is' !from :time:tto time to do J. M.: Hauler seal ,. ;

tile sand. ;Sb* tfeard. a step 'behind churches by" whldl' the: Armenian to one or more'of.the acts or things ': 8.. 'U.Kattorson. seal F orida and the East t and West.. North and Sont'

ber.YOIeea Jtat e4t..r"'J did not'tuna. ... .Tben.Allaa'rt"Dies :;; ..... Gregorian. or national church i mostlogically fecet4, set forth; :ave tt may conduct I I State pf Florida; )

be considered heretical It Is l 1.s.4mriness lh any. part of the Stateif County of Dad as:

.yea think three day tie tong possibly owing to this doctrine that the, f P'' rldi .and nay ba-re.'.one offlcerJttii On this day personally appeared before Convenient Service' Ktegant Pullman Equipment, .K agnlflo nt- PlDlOK.0&.
a time,..to-1IPID4..1I1t1L.7OW frleads, Armenian use pure wine,-,without theaddition '
Uls* Forman'that you must runaway of any water, la the mass. 4 > re :,than one once within i,143ttte me, X. M.' Hanley and 8. L. Pat Route of the DIXIE FLYER?_- t:

,and, steal aa bonr.of tbat from W I"* .J Beyond this doctrine i sad the;nonrecognition teraoa.'to me*well known' U two of FLORIDAND WEST w LIMITED
4 JaDa coold .not trust herself to jan- of the papal supremacy the An. < in connection with the objects the;! persons described :Ins!\ and who CelebratedTrains l I ,INDIA. .

awn! Tbe.younf' ',mui'wsfted'a momeat Armenian church and tbe Latia differso "icfeji. before enumerated, to ,establish subscribed their tames'to aid executed MONTGOMERV. 1..:... AND' N._

before be tried again.Hav slightly that when an Armenian in 4! duct and permit the establiih-! I the foregoing articles ot tncorporatlon ---" -.- '
.* yon forgotten the'Ut' talk Gregorian or schismatic passes ever to ( ant operation of- business I CONVEXIIKT 2IETHOD O1T TR.1VJLIWG:

,-we had. In tile'cityrb*asked., '. Home be finds la the united branch of. n.jn rblcli in l"be'CODYeule' any i carried as and for the articles of Incorporation Atlantic Coast Une one-Cb uADrt'mile-tiexrU a-uoJ over 15.000 miles of rail .

1 "$. ,1, have' not; fecgoUeaMJ.. said, : this church DO'change whateverr .. ; on, of the Miami Transfer .on- road embr.eligill portions of the South,u.1t sila *t all principal apebeUs, at I
rJufl. tot low tan** fc'r liturgy or ritual:'i defy'any casual observer -', radrt le establishment pf which mallet pan,. and did severally acknowledge rate! of 124 each. Limited to one year from date of purchase. For full eoa.piste .

d. "When-I Mud.roa.; -.... coming I to tell .the .difference which. d rectly or bJdlreeUT"conduel e'to'[ to me' that they executed the sane and reliable information regarding rake Icbed:41: !. Penman. eencce.to..

j jthoofht'we could go on where.we left exists between the two "churches la Ult_ r the objects of the corporation: for the purposes and wins therein u.PI'eueL j' Write
utt.- persisted the voice over her shoulider. matter of ceremonial and general,'arnganent 'U as to contribute.to. subsidizer F'r1nk C. Boylstoa;Diet. P.... A" W. D. Stark;Tra"lIn .AreDlI .

( -Then Jolla tUftled./ When.she :-London Graphic.J otherwise of take I 138 w. Bay S.rees. Jac\lolinUe, Fla.
aid part la any It wisaese whereof I have hereunto>> 1.L: Em.rsou4Tramo KansJter., W. f. Crsig; Gen Passenger Ages.


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I f 1 FRIBBLES. OF FASHION. The alcG&oiic Jriak iiitU In tLe prey I .

, :ii, .....UUIhtUt. : la t. a...... Inca 01 Cbeklang. In ChIna, is made
Loot Over !. V.r All Winter. from fermented rw.! Fermentation is The Acme Billiard 'Parlors,
The profession The triompti Jof the -llncerle petticoat injured by the addition of cakes made .
is complete.' It has been some vt n-licst nival. An examination of
t f-'li\ r. In asserting its supremnoy again these rates stows toot the particles of
1 but now that It Is most royally wbeat are penetrated through and 1309 AVENUE D II ..
ROOF welcomed. there t examples I through by the mycelia of various "
our an of filmy[liRTiil pmhroUlpred lawn. funsrl. Some xeren or mere different b
G. W. M., WILLIAMS.Attorney with a .froufroti of lace,at the feet specie! were fOU d.1| These fungi growon NE" BILLIARD AKl FivE POOL TABLES
Others carryelencicnnes frills to the the moistened rice, fermentation NOTHING BUT SOFT JRINKS SERVED:
'- At -. Law knees and SQtkip more utilitarian but follows, and a'' yellow liquid with anagreabte
sJocaafosiny stay UTe JOB a whole at the smet1me: pstrcmeiy!:: prtty odor Is produced.A Cigars tad Tobacco,kept la ttocLOOOOO' Miamj f1ori .
skirts slmptf trimmed with hemstitched -
j lot of money. Th leak that Is of BO Office over Bask'Bay Kseayn cimbrlc. ruffles. It Is a law !....< fr Life. ,
'account In dry weather makes its Importance unwritten; bnjtblMerred. that tae lanu- Have ;you UuIU'\Od long at this r
felt when'heavy rain comet Geo. M. Bobbins dress shall not jwork her wicked way house Inquired the new boarder of .
W. with starch, 4.tnerest oit ot sun'euiiiK Urn sour OejecteU man sitting next to -
Tltusvllle.Fla. being ludicleJi|to lend these dainty him. '

lookAFTER Attorney, and Counselor petticoats substance.A About ten )'ean.\ ": Corner Avenue B ad 11th Street.
LEAKS pretty whtdj$ man dress for home 1 don't see bow yon can stand it. ,
At Law wear during the'winter Is made nnusu-.: Why haren't you left long agoT" "rA'_I .
Will practice la all Coarts. State and Federal al by the alternate bands of white and ,"No other place to' go." said the G. A. MULLER &SON.I;C:;Pnlpridork' ,
them lace of.exactly: the same pattern other .The
I t' aad stop np.' Ana'when we ftIkrongn yellow \ dismally. landlady's my
that trim ItThe J wlf&"i'I. I
with them it eta rata tilloonisdsy Pattsr.om &: '
fashion h wearing natural lIow-
< and not a. drop of water win ATTORNEYS AT ,LAW. ers as an ornament Is coming In again. Those wbo slip on a banana peal y
: ,' OHM throughroar, roof.. Bare yon fttuprsctiMta" aU oo1lJ'ta,KM sad Federal : never fall to see a penny lying on the IS4NCARLOSl:
; looked over jour roof lately? hens IMrtaltacOltlMfor aiaalnlniand>riMttae sidewalk In time to keep from falling 1 '
+ }!"'Me storm coming.I .,- 44 TttlM.M.10X1S7. 1 over Philadelphia Telegraph ,
MiatsJ. Fla. tf -
,'' f'aaaa Opea alfe)'ear.t2.50'Per".IJ'a4. '
: :9>> T. S A66L 1Z. D, -- .. lilt *
I I Special per week to COB varclal -
I s' ones wtth ftd OteM,...,..,.,., FAll 11Im ., --._, fff SAXFLB ROOMS... '
; The Pioneer(CdrniceCo BcsUsaM MB 3trs t VVrt r. 'j' "" "'h5Wfb lies 668.. -..,.. -salt. fkrlflr ,

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314Avuue'D, _IOAUL FLORIDA.Y. .'_ A 1 _
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J. M. JACISON, JB. ..y
F. f C 1 Mjeyefs &
I: '1t. Robinson
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.., ,, .......,-- .. <. ..... r.ioT L BIICAVM* BLOCK;ATS.O } -
;-,: r.J "' -" M1 MI., ,- FLOBTDA. ;T t ,
? Contracting Electricians
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DR. W.- B.RUSH. yOffles 4 t, t 1 'H'

Uft-lXth street,'Pbons 84. 1\\ 101Ave. ,D Miami i. 'FloridaCurry's t

Resideu3i,ace 8th Ss.. } VVi ',; .
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J.,N f Mullett M. D.1 'I OOBI s
u : While ill sortsjof' flowers are,wora;
-' there Is a speclajl fancy tor uncommon
':""' :-'. _Office, and Residence( SI5:': blooms and foliage. ,The rose or even aril: SPBCISJIJ 1 aJa
< orchid Is >sed In favor of
I. the. Ja) orer
:1'1.- ..... __.A ye.(j..OPP.,Scbooftoose..j some;little out of the way posy;of
r ,r Noted<< CcUUeMl MIAMI,FLORIDA country growjij;, .Handfols of. wild .

j supply the meat that we supply Tines with bright blossoms an pinnedto ;
if \ the 'and allowed,to wander
,tp OUT'customers/The" range. 'steers a IDr J/l. Tayloru down.the corssga front of a gown.?/..,. ,".jT''' SEE: .-, Lh. U tNH a
] lo shift II -
that are allowed lor them- V For evening dress when the bodice It ,

Wives until they reach the stock Office at 'f* cut low and steef eless a cache corset: Is John Sew II,& Bro.
;,,.;m.' and then pet corn for a fewdays' DADE PHARMACY a noes aIt7. "The dainty little corset
) cover pictured--Is'. ;' -of this descriptionand
r are-not what we want' aor Residence.09 Avenue D MUml -Is composed; almost entirely of Before', baying that fall or winter suit t
whit our customers want. .:: lac*.' Bands of.insertion form a pretty Their samples are,now,on exhibition. '-
finish at the top] drawn tip with baby Fancy!fabrics In popular weaves.and I :\t .
Meats C
Prime .w. Maynard, ribbon.' Strip of fan make the shoulder wM.
lace fashionable colorings: including extensiVe Sons
pieces, and a 'raffle of drawn
what we 'rheir'tender., GRADUATE. OPTICIANWith op with beadinl holds the fullness at range of bright and snappy'Doyer.I ; ,.. ,
;.sees, pticiaesiand; fine fluor are .Maynard. Son.J.w.l.ra r the,waist Une.fe 1 JTOIC CHOLLET.' ties. AU work',cuaranteec- ,

highs"-1" ) appreciated.-. ,......D, Nut V.Post once '> 83. BISCAYNE HOTEL BLOCKS I Key West F1 r da'HEADOUARTBR8

.A B. :Doanc Prop. ; :.- FOR, .
: j. GEO. i?. MCDONALD. t. .
<: aID i IIitu Sous, era Marble &, Stone Co.. Ship Chandlery; Building ,

Mnrcmcsa4 BmMtTUlmr Lade a ipttiUqr.. ; : ''Materials' AilCoal K1nds.
I I :1'4',; -;. 'H.adauartersfor. .

be leaders. :: e.'w.-':BACIU3ltae .' : ,Building ,Stone,/Marble, etc.MOSAIC and" Ice i I., Steam marine Railways- Machine 3hopsPorreiAll -f <: tr }

;BpeolfleaUons and Details Made : ::1- ; kinds< ot repairing, Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe done at. th*!'
] II!. for Buildings of AU Kinds, Fine k r :, .N'9.'I"/ TILE; I WORK
;:: ". Rssidenoes a Specialty.' k -- -. -- i shortest notice, in the best possible. manner by expert skilled mechanfca' d dV

Omcc. 1315 Arum D. FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS] MANTELS. ETC. < _;_ "'I;
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........Geter.ICialaaF; Wort.c etc.
16ent's a/ALTER. _c.,DE I AKMO t Dade Title Insurance
:Latest work 4 :;, .'U.nafeiac111wtiel.l' 1,.. Fradair. ,.:-" Prompt. .8 rrlc ., Co.., ;
.Myroiiitoc ii. .. Jo rfi *
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t: -'' I-,o ,-... ... i. aq.d Trust Company'
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.r- Yit : _:.Miami.Fj Miithki OF MIAMI.FLORIDA INCORPORATED '
; :::: J- & DeBeriry
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The Chapman Houser. ( |fl ,MANUFACTURERS. OP'1 Paid Up" Capital.a75,000. Surplus $12OOO
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.W. CHAPMAN'ProP; ; *' '
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Kaw. US an...*.w...,lie- ortsetabo a Io. ROUGH AND; DRESSED' Insures land titles, prepares abstracts titles loans and k
;' Ct4 IT .soda of Pal. hack.em UIe ,. ;inrests money on Us own account and for others.,Acta a.agent ,.
;i Taliorlllg .fiaatEa bs aa4*wtaHr Cast nrfaaa of BoatlMni FIoIi4&. ; ; attorney-in-fact: trustee .assignee executor receiver ;
Cod bang SMJas&..owe batki.r.-.- or guardian. Address all communications
1: D.lray.FlorMa ] PINE: ::141JlE: : ] .a,. .. tot I'

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: ... ; S. L. Patterson; Sec and Treas. T** l1oddil
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I. .. ... "t"..:It .... ... )nT6.r8 1 8111 .. : JWflte for'prices. ;: New_ ready I ,.to fill.orderL'I ,
.H, rottfractoracid. Satisfaction! : Builder' -" I L AT CdiMAN. P O. PKRRINI, ; DARE, : COUNTY.., FLORIDA I '. M ':

.. .. Onaranteed.Ut ,..- west .. .,' I-- SEE ri $' Horse-Stiaelnf' '
f r * q.sin alt a.t_sad aM 7 laialmlMd.Se.4 m.1'.O.bus*,..port lai 1aed LF la.I 1 '

\ I! Mcrritt.;:&';'Kolb,, Dr.Burriliam1S I t L. 'I.aFoiitlsee\' r-,708 ''7th St

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Real ,Estate;, Rentals; "etc. I -I :
Dz> Coy, i Catatra Ma aped; '
HI ,,Are.. Cneaj.l2ta;; 'St"MiamjLFlk.Expert : : peR lalist. '

M _\Tlfpboae124eo '"a11ondif BtakRoss's Tjj'pcwrHcr ; I LoltraN [1N16Regkl

..i lr.i-.i.. If you are tsufferer'with'' ; :Chronic i or Blood Disease! AI I

RepairingW.'C Female Diseases and Derangements most successfully treated ,,- .
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> '*"" n '.ao.-: !::- ---'
', Awnings St.k': IPO.&t3 ,. i .Also& Rectal and Gento?Urinary_ :Diseases. .
.< 304 9th t V"*" iUp '

38 grove: I =Stars !: : : 1 :" : 'Metropolis .Building l Engines, IS horsepower $450 :-.
'b tnihA ;Ehmann ,
s- '_-_' t. t U> w r 'V f r -,. .:t 1 _

.o ,McGitectL,,1 I ".Camp; pletei'3 I ; horsepower : : '::*v s'150 '

West. "Palm'Beach' A, FloridaFBEDIKOTTEB I \t t ,.,. "'' '." A./;/ L.'a.-,,,,;.;"..t: --- ,. .' ...'.'. ,
ef&ar .
IA.e.t Ghso &: Go Chase l y V I, : .:;,.".j-ff'. .

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G.il.rad,Contractor.f'' '\\,., s. if > : : V V : !I r
Ors>dln.. TBiastins :.SUCCESSORS TO t' ( ," I
;.: CHASE OARNEY,Inc Fire' Com lete low l V
,WU OrtllML Sidewalk ; ) ,bicycles at prices,tires,

and Road Construction, FRUIT: AND
...,. -'" Accident slid cheap. Batteries Coils
NEYrfOANShftrt ,Nov;CuM, ;ford. ... CaMeP r,i.:.* '! ',40-4'-: : '

'<, {-J', ....;. _'ir'l",". '""" ":1&" "__ c..JDeaten .- :Tornado Switches .Dynamos.' Very best on the'marketLofton&.Eiiilg.r]
AQ surface cancers are cow knownto In

,, ,. .be :curable, 'lip .BocUen's''':Arnica Crate : InsurancerMaterial 'I :

f or',long Time'asyPayments ', SalVe.\ iJas. -s..cCMe1a.V.: ( ; .
; writes:':"I. ha4 i'cinceron: my;llp I .
$ for'years that1 r semedlarnrable| ; tin \ -SEE" Jt*
:"Arnica healed lUmd .
Bncklen's ; ]Salvos '
now It:Is perfectly wdL" OoranleoJ l : "
lW'jO( S GutiW.w ,rare;for ,eob-'and. 'hurat'flf. : ;"ZSe-at V'an 'East En*,itimaf R11t'DocL) : IN MIAMI]

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i.' < ., .1 .; Wasted she ..!*. K..sr.
. y '* -i -" .... its soar the "W.t. Bmffal* In tbe early sixties!: of the last'cen' '.
: ... tk. El........ tury flourished in''j Paris a writer who
AVuaant In Miami Poetofflce at ,
..Birthday Party Remaining. the Annals when wild constantly die :3licRvJilig used his talent as a professional libeler
.Miss.Ollle .Cha ,,:,an.'"ftdered'j the Week Beginning Yesterday !I ;death from injury to tL* Ills real name -was Jaoqoot, his nom
i I i 1k111, ;*bl'ther caused as usually hai1 de guerre Eugene del illrecourt. One Puzzle
..i 1 r4-n1iiq tropical countries, by wound day there uppeared a Violent onslaught :
evening. oct. 17th. a large' Adams Mr. C. C. I aggravated Alexandra The
Tuesday [ j by insects or ,by cutaueoui on Dumas pore. article
- party'of friends gathered! at.'the Cbapsnanj Bryan \\lex. disease; hence the palui which they ppenly: taxed the swat novelist with
House in honor of Miss OllleChapman's Cook Mrs John. [ I II takc'M; melting their toilet and la tic living on the brain ",f his 'oIlabora-
I Joe. use (|atid I[ selection ot. "cosmetics." tors. Tin father baptned to be away Picture
nineteenth birthday. The Dalley.
: I Au.opg1 birds the salt water species from Paris. The <'n"lent his! second :
" parlors and dining rooms were nicely! Foy. Chas, E. Jr. l I often ficek fresh water to wash in,' dif to :\frt'<'Ourt. ] :

decorated under the supervision of ,I Graham, Mrs. LIllie.' .....-. I fereijy land birds choose different "Ton say gentlemen...said the blojr- r
IIN.I Jr.,,Ml McRacj. and the'evening Greaten, Sam. ; -rHalber eartl t'n which to dust and also warn rapber -that you'are" acting In behalf =t
: was 'devoted to games, dancing etc. I Herbert. I I In wafer, and nearly every tropical of SI. Dumas Sisal;, Find the Reason for
present from out of Hampton. Mrs., Fannie..: -9 1Harrll. animIncluding the tiger, bathes either The two gentlemen bowed assent
those -
e Among la, water or in mud. Perhaps the Thereupon; MIrecnnrtj' rings for his serv .1 Man's1
C. Supt J'his Smile of
r town-were Messrs Clarence Lather E.Countj best ikfiown mud bathers are the wild ant. "Tell my son to come to me," be ill
., "and Geo. ... Proctor, of Jacksonville; Harrison. S. G. :' ;. I boar the': water buffalo and the ,ele- orders. | t\\ J j '
'Mr.:' w";. Montford and )(iss- Mc- Hona J.'H, L. :1' phant.. The latter has an immense advantage And', to his visitors' great I! surprise, i' T:

Laa< Ena'ChapmUv.: of West Palm Jones, Carrie. .' I IKine. use ot,Its trunk'for dressing wonndtt. besmeared with jam. Mlroconrt.' though j andCo'mlor T
1 .;, Joe. i It is,at once a syringe. ,. a powdering remain perfectly,' serious "Gentle I
Beach! Miss Chapmanreceived -a i he remark! at' last, "I feel i1'
; puff1tida hand. men. conrlnced i
,.large" number "of'very pretty presents.J King, Joseph. .::1+ Walter, mud and dust are the. main that my sun is as ticklish about
to remind,her 'of the"day. Leetner. Jake E. "applications" used though It "so ne- his father's honor as the son ,of M. Al- Step"into our store. You will have no
/ Lowe Mrs. L. H." times Covers assn scorched back with ex&ndre Pumas Is about his father's.As r
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r. W. Chapman] has been" on the trouble: in finding the solution of this'puzzle. *-
I McCoy Lord.McDormlt. rM .. 1fr'4.J,oV deayes "Wounded el hl1ntl." It Is absolutely necessary that the ( .
aick'Ilst" for the.'past'few/days.: |, I. W. writes,Sir Samuel Baker,:",hare a marvelous roles should be equal you bad better \ ., The comfort and' satjsfaction'in
!.E IJ.'HaJPOCl has been-sick.for a- power of recovery when In their arrange matters with him. With \ a pair of.W. L. DOUGLAS SHOESItesSn '
,Mallard William ; which be leaves the two friends of the ,
ao. / wild;ttate> although they have no gifts
f.weekor __ x ._
.T, Mltch'eir. A. I ,/ of stifglcalj: : knowledge their simple future eminent dramatist their faultless style and finish
i- I! Miss Williams spent" ; Saturday In Roan, G. W. '. I systeia .being confined to'pla.terlDr soft pliable leather, flexible sole and

west" 'Palm Beac .t. Sandy W. H. \ their rounds with mod or blowing A *...k TraMlate* ...IL. unusual wearing qualities., Our line, .KIncomplete.
,Miss"eralce Strauss: spent Saturday : ; duititnpon the surface. Dust and mill Of*0>on Quixote" it may be said, i
Schott. Mm., Beatrice L. .. The of these shoes
: ,her home In West lomi rise the entire phannacopoeU.of saving only the Elbls.it Ms been trsBS-! prices
: and Sunday at <
' ., I 1,1 j Smith. Mrs. Foster.Smith. 4 ? the elephant,' and this is applied upon bted oftener and,into more languages ''are uniform the world over. We guarantee -?
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Palm Beach '
f J. M. .. the iriost| trivial as,well as upon the than any other book.; A Spanish edItor ,fit in anything from
jtrtM. .B. Kliby and daughter Stephens Daniel. Ti; most;serious occasions.. II have seen baa enumerated 150 editions of the .a perfect > .
;have:returned home'from their north Stevens, Adam. "Y: them;''when'lD' a tank. 'plaster up a Spanish masterpiece|I.I.lD foreign Ian-
'. bullet/]wound with mud taken from guages. That computation Is certainly
' trlp..r ; .
?a Strong Tiny. '
sea the bottom."London Spectator. snort of the truth. ]
night Mr. Carter H. Dame Taylor, E. D. $2,50'(0 '
Friday v .. t Not only are there more translations, 2
of 0caIa. district. organizer of the Tucker Miss Mary.: --1 rWIJUama. ','Btu-Ltt.esrv' 'I'r9Uw. _10 ;' In English of'"Don Quixote" than any $5':00't
=" .Woodmen.of .the 'Wbrid. Instituted a ,:,Mrs. Dollie.Woods E' I '. "Jons took'me to his'rooms to'see a other language,but It Is England which
camp of seventeen members.:' The fol- C. A eojleHlon of rare and,curious manuscripts from the first has done more honor to .
Were ," the author's work than any other coun { ;
fallowing officer Installed: J. 8.Bmody. "F&gn 'f. t
try. The first critical edition of "DonQuixote"
.. ''sovereign :commander; 'Sam. ASderly Mis Francis "WJbit; were they r1. "IQ Spanish with the first life
tailors' bllla.tt-Cleveland m.i'ShoeCott
Taylor, adr! ft;,A P. Hodges, banker -I Belmonte, Sr, Carlo, A. Leader"Receipted 'k" of Cervantes Mayans y Slscar. Was The Ml :

; B. U..Ditto, clerk1-T'Smoak.: !" t-\. .. s> published In London in 1738 more than .
escort; T. 'J.- Raygood. watchman '' forty years before.tbe Spaniards bad ,. ,".
aroused themselves to do honor to their 'cr "
1 -n.lc' :
1'. Crego, aecmary; J.,, M.Thompson. 'I' ,AT,NEW ORLEANS TO. .. greatest writer. OI .Agients' ,
t .
.yysidaa: .!.'$...Armstrong.manageretaeryear New Orleans Oct: 24. Ideal weather 9 :<- F' This edition. In four handsome volumes .

;' A.: 'Tasker.; manager' two I' cottUnnes'hereviui4lt, to believed Do;:not be deceived: br Mallon and was printed sumptuously In an
-. riIn: ..., '. Morgan,' manager threeyeara. that Frailer the glory of'the: Tonson press under
II with only e3 casea of fever nn- who are soliciting for some H .
r I .' The: cbarter'Wm be 1; ,'kept "treatment; that'the 'fight- against out'* t.'town' steam 1a1 Ddr1.' la doing 'the auspices at Lotd Carteret at an aft '. ",.J
when "Don still
Quixote" was :
appear .
Y for/soae time"yet. :
eyes yellow fever win be at an end within this they are vadermlnlnrthe welfare dug In his native country.on filthy ballad

.l[Born to'lfr:alurXrL.GeoBos'aert. ;' "4 *< -'J 1 la week.:1: lof thi l people of Miami We are responsible paper In. execrable type UDCOrred.1d DadePhar'rr.acy
F Saturday. a son., .l I and can guarantee every unadorned.-Notes and Queries to
;J-o: large:p'1IJDbeOf blaeflsb,are DeL l I BENNER'BAIL: LINE. plec |Df. work that comes Into 'our 809 Avenue D, 1

*; aught.off- the, ocean-._beach' 'at -0 ,.' laundry;f!11'.'are'therefore"entitled to All a sew candidate fcr your patronage it'Is ''but just that we' j

thtaT ple;;.aad, are":'seat,Ito 'the"EastCoeit.TUh ""New .York Direct'te Miami.'_ 7OUro patronage. It will be totereftof the lD. { lara Mara bad*. Y.le.voice;that extend- state our claims.. Our stock II new and the purest and best ,<|
: Company at West# PalmBeach. a that can buy. Our service will' be equal to.the beak,
I' Schooner John Q. Snow Is now loadIng every body In M ami ,to I middle O to E In alt and was money '
.:r .. >. \ 'and will sail from New ,York for bulhf:tip.thelr home Industry flist; and the most facile and flexible: ever ',We'live in the"building and will take pleasure in
j[Clarence LauUier.,,spent several Jaystn : I this port October 27. Send Instrnc--7--' It will|ave yon a good dear of troubleMiami '. known. She delighted In the florid supplyingyour demands at all hours,, dar or night

town,thisweek,3Tbe I I tlons pro.mptly to your shipping houses [and,j worry by,' patronizing ,the mnsleiof Hasse: Graun Benda. Jom- '
/"Tla: ;_Band serenaded Mr..tail I i and.'also notify'me of:any shipments Steam j Laundry..* melll Fcrgalese. Porponu. Sacchlnl l Prices Reasonable.. .809 Avenue Dtusks
others of that school,' and with the ut- -
Mrs. Morgan JoI Monday night! and by j to.come forward by this vessel.' This ft. S. B.. AULTMAN. Prop.' moet'ease: executed passages that are \ _

the amount;of noise made; the. l boys. vessel! will load,for New York about tI. now !consigned to solo Instruments < ;.
most have enjoyed themselves. November .10 and solicits your patronage Atsl[ I llary yacht "Curlew. new five- such as the violin and flute. She.held : -.r --,-- ;
J7ohn R Rice left for a business trip horse fitefllnger engine and. good sails the stage from 1771 1 Gto 1802, with an ,,. 'fr..

eM to Jacksonville.' Monday: night; -,.-.-_Lox 31 ? .,Ceo.; F.. Cook Agent. will):. sold. cheap. B. B.:,Tatum.f date occasional, !appearance"<: after; the latter No cane would'pro to a blacksmith bopto have'a'tooth pulled OJ" -

'_j and by the1'same token it ii best 'to: deal with peoplewbx> have i
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i '<' C .- "One Icy night Charlotte Cnsbman a'practical inowl de of the business they ;jfollow. RossoV

f '" i, Ii and Lawrence Barrett came out of the Brown' ark practical'shoe. 'men bt experience and will'keep'ac';i|

t I -.' .\, -" I theater together.slippery, and The it steps was were with dangerously difficulty line of shoes.hat ,are_ atrictly aI!. light 'FOKfTHB'PEOPL. } '

that they,kept their;feet at all .
..f'r,; ., '-' : : i-' "" "'JThey As they totteringly descended the great ROSS +& BROWN "'-; .
actress said to her companion quiteIn
1"iV.44 her Macbeth "Take ...
Lady: manner:
-' 'a good grip on my arm; Lawrence, and
: fI if I slip hold on like grim death. But The Practical Shoe J Men, h1 e., .
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and, colors. 'Ever'man4sliould? '< : of l"!oar. Holloa Concrete" Building Blocks after i

-ataaattastsr f '-. wi "'r'-- '" any ordinarysquare plans, for fcottage \A cents per ',.

.,: __ -- ..be: very: par ici r about,- h"A i ;: foot' of outside surface. For example:
I'i : ':hiIf Stet YO'u'ft j. \ : 'p .. .! wall: !5 feet bj 35 feet.)long, would cost, laidup; ,I :
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r I. .4 ;, s. i ,' "it'.' : : cost of the walls forr. a handsome atone cottage.
't pearanc&a all o.k You'll
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.A. ,u.a. Ii "-'t' ,' own plans. It costs about ,'half as. much,to'own ; _

t .' "I: : I .J. .' 1 .astC:; ? e buih ing' as people, generally suopose.'. ;>: \ '"'

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figures hardly go above wood. :Take a J look at t ; / /

i : .f '4 .t.4 .J. .61 UU / J : the'neFlannagin- i I. Hotel, then' ,leave your plans. 7I ;; F ,:;

if- ... ,..I. ., "' oar' estimate.. It will_ D.ap,to surprise you -
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v p' s: .'Any'one else csrrying'any, :S'tetson1Hats,, J}as 'got. .to gl f| them second handed.' Rose ConeretedJo C :

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J by. 'other- than, Stetson agents, who buy,direct from. Stelae n's factory:, ;sl!' :,: I
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