The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00085
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade 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: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00085
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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SWEEP OVE O OUR R f FAIR.SOUTHLANDr i wtooI hUF1IAS i I C Carl Eor F tern S._S., a f..1iami.IIIc'I11b.'r orhl'/ ,I, pOOTED I I I EVER KNOWN' ( HERE I ,

I Doe. P. stag! or ffi..I. and a n silt.nt'of 1 t

; 1 I : on City. ie I sod h'nly'ol4a) I 1j j t '
last ii ht ahn,
.' I rl t Ille !IlaD.t'rll 1I11I i iwh

d Fall Upon Miami 2nd All of Florida Leaving [?estruceticni I 1 IS CHURCH SOLEMN\ ) ff AT EPISCOPAL he l1allI l"urt"II'assaie I rJr hlm'j RIVERSIDE A DITION IS BOOMING PREVAILED IN THE BAY THIS
... 1 I I I self nd one S. 11 OePew, alu a ZooIst ARE BUYING' RESIDENT '| MORNING WHEN MOST CRATS

.. and Loss of Thou ands of Dollars: in their W ke. POPULARNG r I COUPLE I JOIN,I r -as'I8n Where It Is pnsnmedj l t LO S THERE-oTHE WENT AGROUND MARTINIQUS

: I'j FORTUNE R LIFE.ttlest they were (ool j g to' jon! Ir. Do\\'ll'i DAY DEAL MADE RecENTLY. HELD IN PORT; MIAMI' OUTSIDE.

2'. I i II and arty soh are pow either!: there'

Ffc- I actual result will not be known un H I I or II Cuba. I r I -
icy the temperature as moderated C ,
r!" LOW I Stern rmnpanied b7 Mrll.I 7
and the sun tall a cha: co to thaw out 10' Sll.'r and Mr. DePew.. arrived In There Is 3 :i thai vf ::1
F 'AS 29 DEGEES HERE SOME Onf the r JI weddings oca -t I h"l 'I'JI C't1v'ty h. Along with the unprecedented coY ;
> FEW ECHOES ON AND OPl IONS the frozen truck. Let us hops It will In I city Monday ornl, awl registere! t real estate In and about Mlan.11. sevfral >-eathi' >r Wednesday: and the strong

':OFTHE: DAMAGE DONE-WORSE not be as bal t>j some! predict and an- curring Mi !, many months was I at I ,e Ru;"al allll 1I01t>1 until nigh! I i good F01.e 117111'; been -nnSIlIll porth west wind accompany ing It am- k a

,-THAN FREEZE OF '1S"$TI&.Lt.7r i tlclpale.I that a'tj 8:20:: t xik' a. m., Thursday: I Ihtirch I I .he they we IIboard the \Haml allan I mated during he last ftw taYL: 'other record 'is established In'tbat Ik*

: VERY COLD WITH PROSPECTS I Reports are dr ouraglng. the Episcopa ,I and In which agggrly hour. He was In ba I heath i In Rlversid adl.ltlou there Dart tide in the bay Is the lowest ew 3

q OF LOWER TEMPERATURE TO Deputy Sheriff W. Moran came in Mr. EJward | of Miami andGreenville presmably, h rt trouble and was been nine rt' 'Idpco lots sold this ':known here and as a result nearly Briery
NIGHT. today at noon from hit hjme at Lemon Miss !Marie. dot i'tn.rh S. remer-ed from be train and taken week eight of these having L.t:1o plJr craft was touching bottom from

City and stated tl at*during the II'c. aboard the lilt' er on a cot. I chased by 11r. J. J. Lawrence or Bus |their anchorages or moorings.
were unl in the
holy bonds of
.' t'C -- morning he visited UlUeltlver and :, I it Al but 12 0' ock In the nlgbt Coi I ton, and oDe 1 Miss Anne 1. 1t.nt1 I'I1'' At the Royal Palm duck every 1 boat

_,- : : DL I other places In that vl :lnity to>> ascertain matrimony, I b I' ,,t. Dr. ,N. B. fuller s ert. 11'89 take IlllddenlylU aDd died of 'level) nd t I was, agroun.I. the tide guagelo .bow'=

; Ute extent ot tea U u.age. At .i. 'ixflu ar'licuueu,' : uy relu- tueuna M."aucOl wuW W .....1...,.... .:...li.'u' ,........ I we r.ea way away a'Nr a..a
(Report from Thursday's ) I ', I I I ,
t; la an probabilities the entire State tie River and Lemon' i fity he 1.&L'1), Lives 'and a ujjtafterShlch tier of nvlted friends, sum one1. D. Jackson reached the these sales w re made. alllO 110".1 tta. ,"er than the general low water tLark.

K Florida .suffered a repetition''of the the vegetable.crop/Is < omplettly: wiped driveb;!I MJ" and, Mrs. Ronifh were pau1ft'1l side ail lOOn as poselule but three choice 01. at Jle corner 01 : The flood tlde Improvedxtk*

of 1895 last night when'not'" out; at, Humbugus ore' than two- to tj) te..mrr r Martinique he "las too lal nl life was Ihen'extlnc '; Eighth street nd '.he Cthllenrc tot xDdltions but little, as the testeri/ r1

_- anj; fruit thirds of It is gone, aid at all other i where they erai;" eked to : Cubs on their ( ('01. St rn was apparently. amen Mr. J. C. H ter to Mr. J. J. law i wind kept the water backed oast of die ,
y'the early vegetable ,
i crept,'but the orange groves and more places in that section (he loss Is Irre honeymoon, ofj i t\n! day or two weeks !! of about S years of age. very rence. r uy, and there wlf be tat lltttointil n.

parable. / when) 1 to theMagic nd thleg .0 Invalid was not a The lime Fn y soil 4r Uenorei1v the win 1 lays or shifts to i i.quarter. aaotise
/Rbardy fruit were I killed or. so badly make t1turn I I "
let back that the recovery !1s not yetfcomplete. The orange and grapefruit trees CityT to !|| ire home. MissFlavlai I \'ICtl>n of COOlS' caption or kindred diseaae D. Shattti of Cincinnati 0.. I .

.i .i I I IIn Mr. Moran/Ii of the opinion, are uninjured deCamr: | |fitter|I of the bride choice river ftnt lot near the foot 0' I Dank and sandbars were CODS I-. a

p f, I in fact, he b fought in fruit accompanied &, ?n' to Cuba.Promptly The body 11' I at once turned over Thirteenth sheet, Including npartanrightss. aus In many places In the bar. 'I'1Ie '
: these few hours rich me were '
j I from his/place that w s unaffected T aCjjju$1 ", appointed 1 hour the to if tidertaker IL M. King who will Gen 1 Sh:1ttuc will Impru\t water was almost Ice cold and flihtr '
made and
sit[ m&IIrlnr.&DCe80 paupers
"* Mr. Tom Peters kn wn u the To- bridal party I'eijte red the church, the prepare It for Interment though It his lot and t t. boathouse for the men predict that It wUl kill ouontkM T

'tt. local"-Indications and the tempera- ma to.King of Dade cc unty and who bride on the Bjro1 r ':r of her uncle. Mr. F willl se held u til advices can bel rev use of his 1In1 private launch. thousands of flab unable to s Aad tile t!
tare In Miami and this section lastare'to ..
::. .tpi be taken as a btu for wt /bII brothers has large acreage Kate W. Hahn w>'i't!$ t Si*t.ve hoer f fjdusla away: Miss l'l'C'el\"pd from Ion City all to the dlr Severs lots' In Erlekaon' Mdlttoz beat and sudden change la tempers ?,
,. Hahn ( of the bride, at to mak of It. lrL Stern and have been this week sad alto tare.
1s In I and In
_ .; laUOn and predictions' th, freeze at/Cutler of the effect: today of the freezen : the inure tlni'i Iflayldg the bridal II08J'jon' the meantime: are gether the s of this one agenc r The steamer lllaml. due la pert t

DOS wUl po down in history;! of BS one the peaking the crops of that i,action replied:; I, march'and Mr! r 1'. Conklin sing- at one f the city hotels.Ller. have footd EOf up into the thuusandr ,,rn Thursday arrived at the kar wA
of the severest In history
that f the '"Cutler Is wiped off tie face .of the ing the brli' 't r; orus i, j-Faithful and I ( .,1t decIded 10 hATe of dollars. I ly about 5 o'clock after bucking a Iced
State and probably n.1
True, from At the altar Wind
:' / earth." ..hrgrl: : the y held here until Thursday. and heavy tea' across Ute.nJC.
f eam try: II I ; the bride' wa: Join :d by the gruom and whe )fro Do Ie arrIved from Nsasou : The local : Rnk K. tr Wt :' r. nwlnr In the low water there aa4

If> Ia Miami the thermometer 'ent, : Others from nearby places express his best I man Iffl.J router' Mr. Eugene nd make arrangements for hav. das Instituted.1Intorm Wednesday'b Olr. EJ I'r: the bay Captain White was force

::.Joy,U 29 degrees above zero, bntneE i I the same opinion which shows that the B. Romfh, ifjproorusman I Mr. John log he bo-ly shipped to ZI.Jn: City "Williams of acksonvlile who came come to anchor andwait for It ts>

Instrument. kept by Mr. BiackiiF .'I local I crops nave coffered severely. C. Gramling l p the I! bridal troth that, Ight. Ifb funeral servi.cs! were I down for that t urpcse. A mllt.enjoy ',rise before he can come/ In. a

.weather observer, while the re haY.I I plighted: wit t : [4 beantiful' and 1m pre heJ here by Mr. Dowic and I Itrsl able time 11':1 had and after the business -, i The steamer Martinique. Captala

"private-thermometers state lh their pressive: Epicermoray.. < .:. Stern 11'1 of the deceased, and of them ling was over rerresh billon, scheduled to sail at 9:20 otlock '

-.'.instruments showed 23, and/ii : some! SIOXM HITS NORTH The, ,bride j I I attended by Miss her rothr.I., Dt-Pew. accompanied! I meats were II eJ and jollity indutgpd 'for Key West and Havana, rested o* "'

L Instances still lower. Takl?g fie reg- Willie j I Hahn p I ride malt, and tin 'he T North I 1)0 tea lat hnur. ',the bottom at her slip rD

,tater.of the Government i iofficial. i tru lent, as AND SOUTH ALIKE maid of bond! I as b iss Flavia de I ',-

,; It la clearly Ih 'n t lat the !;slstbrtP'b t ide. The ringhcnrir I"_ ...._ .__. _r .c --- l 'M.

"weather: rasa-suL;1enll cgl enoughlection.' was li lies Mildred Jlo3 rhThe f" ... ...- :<

tift,cause great damag ia this The i f IF hers .Ii Mcst(rL LOUIK Cole,

s Q from ,the best 0 author lee the Harry MCCofp'I: i arry ipulbcrtson andgowni
LaCross Win, Jan. 25.-The thermometer Fred' !fin Footwear to fit foot
ion ,Is obtain that all I tomatocrab S. Mo 'II I any
in this f u
sec on registeredfive b ride.
vegetable_ : ci I In this county i [ [ 'd In handsome ,
twelve ', iI I I
rand section have uffercd: an krrepar- to 4e; eeI be-, blue I voile that Oi 1 In ace and velvet I ,
low zero his I'' 'I) i '
able. If art,toJ:>IIL i I .r with to VI I tcJL, wtile: the bridesmaid I :

_ 'Ok the oran trees and mo.<< > hardy |land m II Id honfir were attired l
t I r
;; : 14 BELOW INDesMoinea. IOWA. '1 I
:trnIt.'U"mus remain for the weather In white lip I Iris lilt suits with
: la.. Ja 25.-Jowa Isluft'eriDg T SEWELL' S"OE STORE
Ito; warm n agal.1 before th ) exact today with a fierce gale and hats;to mat il lilt Miss Mildrting /

'Amount' of damage, if any, h',js been I I! the temperature Is 11 degrees below Romfh i. look itch in a pretty I '

.done. tho ;h It, Is belled..th ,t noth- lawn gown. a pt :
zero. !
p.tng but the youcg growth ha j suffer- .The' wed q! resei is were costly I j' I _

't II COLD IN 0 AH... and outnero Lii.j! t 1 :5t ft m the groom 4-____:_____ .=.--.'- -- '--rS.------ -- ------

Chief Gardner Andrews, 0'e. Roy- to the brid f: lit g a :crtl9od check II -- -- -- ---
Omaha, Neb.. Jan % -The thermometer -'-
-*-al I Palm Hotel grounds su d this registered se tnteen degrees for 15,000.) rJ iiul is the happy _

.'tttorniag: that his thermomet r regisfeted below zero sit this place this laornlng. couple: left t rch or the steamer :Tt Spring

I 28 degrees at the )owes ',i during they ''werewishes II nod \ th the best of

:'the.JJ1ght. He kept fires In he 'hot KANSAS CITY FEELS FREEZE. for ftJlcisant (I, trip and safe Goods Exhibition.
uei and'In this manner ;icllevesthere. Kansas City Jan. 2 i.-The Intense and prosperqni, '1 roe; through! lIfe. now on
t'JIG damage has been dotf'though cold continues today InHere the Southwest The!bride {;tl:Irf;ii< you ,I ig woman of I

for the hybiscus crotc '\ plants the thermociete Is eleven de- many! attra and, accomplishments tctured. l m
Laird & S
Fin4 et goods that are manta <;tober
,. and other of the beautiful display green below and at C< ncordia sixteen and t her mro < ther came here Dre .Sclbv, Norman \: i ennett and Hanan makers ;
.*;shrubbery :and .bushes alx pt thegrounds below is reported. a few:: mon ;11 from their homeIn Lar, |cst and most ''p-to-date tock in the South to select
\ ," he has fears and bell 'I that GreenvIItlvesj J 9' to visit their relae { rum Shoes for walking/:, lor drmnjr. for yacht-

I ,'they have been greatly damaj IUinp: and for drefjnand evening: war.Made

[,"*"*;"Tbe'freezing weather was [further Lexington Jan. 25. The thermometer It was here i. Mr. lomfh met and i of t e lolling Mock: French Kid. Patent Kid. Tan .
"t' here showed six degrees below his belle Violblue! Kist Tan Varnishcdj Calf t-kin. White Duck.e t}
f is
and made disagree ble by won prl e i reigning :
augmented --_-= .... -._ 11 J; Linen, White Ca"tu White clot k, Tan Ooze. a
atilt northwest wind which .lew all 1 l zero this morning, w th high winds 'of her nati ; is ar J city and has I I
I pick, and white lid; Donjrola :: :: :: :: ::
Live stock la suffering and all trains been 1i social cir ,
j yesterday, last night an Is con jeonspclcs : 11 in 3 mi
icing; today, with a velocity it from are delayed.< ''eince exMr. Ui ,. here. !
I I Is one of Do no bug uutil! visit our mammoth Shoe Store
; fifteen to twenty miles per hJiwlnd r. This 1 Horn e gr lorn. you

kept frost from fallin! I,..hkh COLDEST IN YEARS. :Mlasr s for'" > youc; business men, r I bU

may, la 'a measure, prevent 10 dam :I I I !Nashville Jan. ::5. The weather and besides I: ; prouinenllr Identliist i / -_- ::: .:.- c

ige i to-truclc and produce rroi 11 being there today U the col est expel lenced lied uhic th N .t'.onal Sank as / i

7aa i brat as'it vouldVbeen. otherwi 0 have''' in several years. Thi temperature Is ,. cashi Itr, Is i vlce-1'resideac of the I!

I : three degrees below; z ro. San Balk ': .saoc Union and his ;, I

> The Indications today snow 10 probability l maa lfricclomllitic| h fo1 him the same I I tt
LOWEST THfcBirmingham. WINTER. t
tie tom { and elicit that has i t ,
:: of- a moderation of < su y I

periture..and the worst- tat red to-j I : ; Jan. 23.-TLo:; thermometer cha .; ter li c 4 b>is ness vestures.MMAGES.' I
other'', --
1\lghL Ire r.ood ta tubs a :d I I ;
reached the lowcst hint ofI I'

-"t.<_,_icles in exposed places !.of the i'I the winter today, 'f n the oercurydegrees WANT t .CEO :
ahj who .raid -i I I
c irey
those ;
,forenoon .
Attained In-djirs as the majori of our i iot [ recordedbut tevcncvro. ) abutcl I W. Pro es Siilt Against The
I A stron;5 (.on hern gale addiceld. > .f M II, ratA I
cent awl ivlsitors were pre I to the intensity of th .
ared for such weather;and t ic effect i I I ;
praech ; rt! :"':"na has!! Cledjr'K -- lb4j
'_f.the sudden charge la the cmperalturete"as GALE IN NEW YORK. I 3 3il '
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this rornir the See or -
It I
| perceptible tb th m as j jVhero i .
Inches +
New York. Jan. IS.With
the circuit by D. Price, at-, re sowtww S
.Js'to those In the far and Nort thE liaises j of snow one; ;groun tho wid blowing toney far Pr ut'S.. the City I,il ; $ :

Clothlog Is rovUed : *t forty ,niilrt tteicperatura hour and thebtlow i t. :
: such selgi of the of.Miami, t ss Iq tho cafe dam I
built.for standlas I' elghteer degrees
age .10.00 I !I IIcul
Ice';kIn:. zero and still falling gives this city :1
weather cs this Is unpreeedent -I The bill c rs was net fJIc,1.1]:
4Snch the worst storm of It e season today.
sect .1 of the'gettin but it Is sa : t th action fur dam I i r
? In Miami and this -
Similar conditions a re reported .. t
'itvdumping ,
ages' was t t
"'State:and chile there is n ; ail parts of New vOr t Sate and the :
recer ani .at nn'ial o j!r
Dade that
uvand the fact New England States. ,
iJ that It aft pr< ; in close p'oximlty :
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tha probability r r. : ::: -- ------_
of be >ie there to that of II and ,..t:.-'. :and from i
vOl be a number years ATLANTAAtlanta FRoreshowed UP. '

.. a repetition of the cold of 1 itt, night Jan. %.- "ho acct weather which acre sew i fever have de-
Velop d In 'focal! y.Another JO I1N SEVVELL & BRO. I
'..Ad today. bureau reported he lowed tern-
i fl d J. C. Truitt I
Is i t 'as by
...-Throughout the county there lot' I
perature this ii>-> l g In twj years.The
'feeling of depression! among 1 a trncks -. mercury six deett above vs.j The F.S.Jp fly In the turn of T only exclusive shoe store in the city. 4;
and ring the I ( (| by ( gtorn'ey. /iWor 1.1. plalr.tltTs at.i!
and growers S o'clock The cold wave I'
zero at
this'section at .l&ke. and Tknown. kllegatlons are not Seveir* Shoe Store" 3"4 12th !' rcd. Scweir* Clothing Store I.
Brest of ibis section, and
general throughout II'
doubt, ; :. I I CHIC lt St. :-\Lcll" Tail-.riinj: Joto1oh"lm.t, 33fe lath SL ;
Is, evident beyond I
uP It !I. extending to the louthern part of ... I _
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nth damaga has the = -
the State and Florid .
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I! Republican grafters are de'vejopln J neus Cuneum TrudiLit ORDINANCE NO. 5A.n I

MIAMI METROPOLIS so fast that each one Is 'bopillg to be a recent: dinner in the ll/Regis:

1 obscured by the other ana |thus escape >lei New: fork, a gold set; ice wat- Ordinance Regulating the I'te ant Contractors and Property Owners?
1' the Metro ... speed of Automobiles, Locomobiles
FtbUsaed Every Friday in ? tbd"grand jury. I rl 1 exclusively. Kxen the tjtyl. ; ys wen Motorcycles, ;and Conveyances of ..'
ells) Building.
I, I The table was in the s; *ape of a Similar Character. If you don't want to SAVE MONEY,

h S. L 14,""res.I'' S. RAo Dfdii. Sec.-.Tresl' s In darkest Russia several' citizenare rsef'boe, in the vhite mar 10 room De it ordained by the Mayor IonJ Cit \\e dan't help >ou. If you do co-.ie to b

'prlnung' eff<{tin;; means to InauUrate/ : i (a'Or8fore fuur-inch g ,11 clock ouncll of Miami.Section I.
the t
Miami Company.
I I I.-It shall be unlawful fo
free prriss In darkest Pendsy'ivanla Tithe women and gold b. oc'1il'n'1'S : The J. A. McDonald Co.
ny person or person to run or cause u
I Ian red In th Pos.office at 'Iaml, ciUztri+ wants to Jo away njth! It. fijr<;> the men There re thir ,
e run any auio,nubile, lot-oni 't'te, luourcjcle ... ,
Fla,-a8 at: lod-class maUt'r. t ix pjiiosis, and the dinn Is tania !
I or oihcr ,\!]b'tv\ .1 *th,c'e;' pro Bt.Y : T\\as people are growing i cry art \ cost JSO.O'W. or $l.li a plates '
The moat ;ou berq newspaper pub- elie.il by electricity! gasoline, ;:ram 01uy
tocratic.. A lady in Dallas via knocked : rl'Jllln.ls us, says the. a..h\llle Long Leaf Yellow Pine
; llshed on the 'air-land of the United, l other agency, tnat may be used for
down by a piiih cart anJ1 Ibad! I oriiiu. ol the days of :nir old
jj States. >comoliua, m on, ()\l'r, or u.yin; tbtretts >
put in the papers 1 that the was rill nd iticulliM>I, who trequc J l>' spent of the Cltv of :Miami unlcslwh Framing at $16 per M.Ho.irds \ .

{IDe )'e..r . ,$2, tlSb OUT l<> jau automobile. much at $100.000 for a ngle rehe jutuiimliilo. or othi r con\'< sire, >

,ly y lliouthi, ,J. . . Looit o -t. Hellogabalus, also 01 c' sprat I scribed aloI) shall be ]I.('ell'". d a'ld : same pri e. \Ve also sell Lime Brick [L4 kinds!

Those payin? !!liu advance mil re O-er fpur million dollars was hon < '1,000' fur one o> dl. Au i ( ex r uuibcrc'controlled'!, eqiii, na[>[.herelnaftt" I and run r proMelSextioii irana:;e : i I.ement, Sash roors. Mouldings, and whatever else a

}i rtlve a j car's ,ut>wrir'i for $1.SO,, burps racing lust year a;id SOHI 'usance of Caligula mak the St. ::!.-All atltomobiUs and oih! builder requires ajt; to .vest: I'j J-.si bIt: i.., jr.:.
t ....d six: motth i J Fnbscnption fur; 7v: t b..I iv losk. every time. Many, lu aJhf [Is dper! resemble a 1 t "I I liverh. r conxojanci'S, described abu.e shal.

lti ",ot!. This Is ; liberal discount to In- non lose! their homes and cbjiracltTsi Caligula; invested $ 0.000 inxcollcd y the Diner or person having; the '
line In his eust'aly. or manajr. mint,
;: due* strirtly ndKiance payr. n'j' too I1Manatfe 1 supper but even he wa I 1 Ie entered of record in a book kepi Yon Know Where We Are 14t& treeL Miami FlaJ

--- I i 'I Esoplq, who paid $400,1 ''I' for ale >r that purpose by the City CKrk i OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC9OOPfD ,

__COMPARATIVE 1--, DISTANCES.- -- ..- county capitalists ail dish. Apicius spent '000.000 howin? the name of the nianufacirer. -
I Ii 1 front i From : plant oily iliousar.d grapefruit tree4 gluttony. I horsepoaer.:\ seating capacity I
1 Port from Key ind of motive power used and owner .
To I ;I Tam,..I Miami- wen 'in one orchard. This will prob.iblj f the New York paper < taiuins r person hating the same in his cus- -.

- j riles Kiln MI <>> bo the rgest orchard of the kind in account of the St. Rpg dinner.hroplst, I ( rxly or management and said auto-

let' t.J w*_.. .,.......-..:.7L:..:U:.-.,JSavtn l 4:1:113 j I 21111.11"' :::::- the ;. In times past grapefruit ert: Hunter, a rich phila i lob lie or other conveyances tic-scribed! S F Fd1

r.unaaa..L.! ..' *' M 111 did spl] dlJly in this section, ami ared that there are 70,00* hililren a bove shall then be numbered (ud such r ,4
.*..Calro deCabi..i..: ..| nOpe I lOt W I
>,, b.ytl n. .....,..- J 8MtBentnr I 56; I suS4 what was done then can be repeated{ {hat city who go to ache> hungry t umber shall be hung from said atitoobile. -
wlnde.rdFw.ea.l, e plainlyislble from the 't'ar. s
{ : in ''' because af-I ,
pie ItSf o potertyle aSetktf
> Cape Nan Antonio)" 77KB 6i": I / !.ed. stamped or painted on the
Ju....._...... _. .I IIYO YMY 951 If Jud 0 Swayne Is so cordially an :New Yuik's d. "i I one out af everyn ; I I i figures not less than threw etches In I

i o.sah.nna Iaaada.r.i)" : ,1st ..........1 i ani versa Iy hated because he is Do Rei ,, Is bnrierl In the potter's old. Mi. 1 eight and two irchcn in width, for
Y < ach numeral, befor tail I automobile -
I publican shy Is Judge Locke, aho II// .liter, who scoriib- life o ease In "
< r other conveyance, as described : .,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1905. I II also a publican 80 cordIally and ,der to do a noble work, ays the i bore shall be run, or caused to be 117 ll r t

=::.: ---- -I I unlve Iy beloved!-ocala Banner) lostlon may be asked: lint Is i un, as provided In section one hereli.
10 lumped houses of 4 to 10 rooms at $i60to /.
6eneral"Nogi Intends to see to It'I Because he Is a maD and a geDt1em.I9 ere in our boasted rlvlll\ : Ion or Section cars sail 3.-All be automnolles equipped with or one mOor V/sV RENT $125 each for the Tourist Season. 20fnnj

,,e that nobody presents him with a I : ever sense of the wor Tha t'a here Is that generous friter : ity that rood horn gong, or bell, and shallow ,ished rooms at 6"dollarl!! to $lO per,week.'

! brae when he gets back to Japan. Unit orators prate about" sayiproblem except on moonlight nights be-
: A variety of city idences-at from $600 t.
-- i ween the period of one hour after fOR SALE
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settle the ,
will not
:} 1 larlty 1000. Vacant lots $150 to $500. A welT,
i unset and one hour before sunrise
I been decid
i In some reapecta Governor Penny- The ugural paving dl of course it will not. two lights, showing white lights, ''improved farm of of 170 acres near Miami; all tat class all around prertie -;

:1. packer, of Pennsylvania la'provIng on to held In the Pension Office It' Is the old etory. almost old as visible l at a distance of three hundred *. Thin we will divide up for a settlement] 10 families together. W':;

)E himself to be a perfect .... the 80s n Globe wantp to know 0Comml human race. The poor a ts alwaysth /fleet ahead and shall show a red light haveorange and grape fruit grove, all kinds of improved and nn

over Ware'l mottO -ne -I The rich also as that sjfflxed to the rear of such vehicles; proved land.snitable for fruitMrucking and farming- All of these at 1
us. ,
;ft Republican candidates for the pie Lord Ha a LIar," il to be left hangtag atter. Ours are not the oily multlillionalres aSich rear light to be unobstructed byny OWNER'S LOWEST TERMS. General conditions govern .
rl '' \ portion of said vehicle from be-
eoonler ire clamoring for lotatlonts on a wall. A. this would be'' that have lived _ad strut ind.
'I''I'OlreDalVto C. C. Carroll & F. W. Amason k..
office la the Postofflce! Department. many ol the guests It d and vanished. Tiberius Deft a for Section 4.-No automobile or other

1: M that an can get a chance at pros-" will be rned to the wall fur that ne worth over 'U8oooOIIOI tnd Carula Conveyance, u above described, shall Successor to C. C. CarrolL Office:21$ Ave. D, North near 3rd Street!':
tye run by.sny person tinder the age 'of.
:t 1NritT eTeDlDC. dissipated It all in less than sar. of sixteen years of age on any. of the -
' --- CroeuuB had the rrtratitlon of streets In the city. 0000 ooo
I Cannon called I Section S. It shall be unlawful foraayone
A IthueapoU philosopher thinks When Speaker on -
| Ing very rich yet he ads mpara.
:l it is a mistake to make too many Presiden Roosevelt a few days ago tl rely poor his fortune amo Ming to to ran or cause to be ran '

Tear's Day to against tariff revision the I ajny automobile or other conveyance ?
resolutions New Pro
good OB about '8,000,000.r was Timothy'I!
-AU'' obly as above described,. on any of the i Kentucky
because of what happens to them so President II quoted as saying: XI uch richer. He was :l.11pretty' streets, of the City of Miami, at agreater

soon after they ,made. l lP right ham willing to yield to the rlfty and was'worth almost !Jll.000- speed than eight miles per

i aUmen of Congress and the count our.I .
before, he got Into office/ and noxly i
We have Just found out what has try on t la subject There will 'be no seems to know how muc be got I Section 6.-Every person driving an I

ailed the weather man. Every time 1 Andy Johnson business In this. Is automobile or other conveyance above
the grafting
a terward. wag goodIn :
described shall at
request or
b has a bUzzard New York this not a rather tame submission fora
those days. Antony was a sort ol signal, by putting up he hand of any .
has to have a worse one and the rest strenuous man who is said to love
I John W. Gates. He scraped up enough person or persons driving or riding a
of us have to stand for it a Bght? ., I restive horse or horses, cause such
I o money to pay $1,500,000 of debts In automobile, or other conveyance: to. The very best hay that grows. This hay t:
Platt! one month. His house cost him $:!!,' immediately stop and remain
Senator understood! The tourists are coming in car lots 000,000, and he squandered over $73.- as Ion? as may be station'- is purchashed in ten carload lots and is 2
that "he" will make the announcement now and the hotels are filling up rap- allow said horses to pass. r
A 000,000 of the public money. Senecais raised on one farm thereby get one
f when the time for retirement idly. The season promises to be the SecUon 7.-No automobile or other|I you
known as a philosopher, but he
comes We are afraid however that! greatest in the history of Florida and looked also after material things. and conveyance cross any ,street as above or make described any shall turn! quality the Lest.Ve will ship in any 3

t th Angel Gabriel will bave to do it this grand State will receive more 'quantity our price is as low as tns lowest
had a fortune of about 12000000. from one street to another; or to turn ; 41
V for-him.. advertising than ever before, becauseIt Lentulus, the soothsayer found ptbnty In any street at a greater speed than I
Is more attractive than ever before. at the rate of five miles per hour. E. '" V. GR8viiOr :
0-1 of dupes in his day, as fortunetellers Section 8.-All automobiles or other ,
Another Chadwick trunk has been The remarkable development all along I '
do now. He acquired $16,000,000. conveyances as above described for Ja.dott Bros., Miad fIi '
opened and enough brown paper was the line Is attracting the attntlon of New York Is neither Rome nor hire shall be subject to the same license

found therein to manipulate several the tourists-and hundreds of new win Athens. But It can give $50,000 dinners charges and regulations now In We have good m=e III tmsIt and Cat fflal irders at a moments Mflca:
force that hereafter be .
million dollars. It Is thought that a ter homes will be the I't'BUlt.-Fon or may provided '
while 70,000 of its children go for the regulation of hacks, cabs

few more developments will reveal Pierce News. hungry to school. The old story- and other vehicles soliciting business -_--- --- -
the list of banks she had down for -o--
told. and patronage on the streets of. the
future, operations J. Douglass Wetmore, Jacksonville's _,._. city.Section F. W. HAHNcar
nldenniui] has received a 9.-Any person violatingany
pi negro ,
Japs vs. Chinese.A of the provisions of this ordinance
The bouquet which Wm. J. Bryan thrashing at the hands of R. Fleming I I writer in the Boston Transcript shall be punished by fine not exceeding Architect and "
r; gave Mr. Roosevelt at the Jackson Bowden, a white member of the sauio I I from Portland Oregon touching upon one hundred dollars, or by:

Day banquet In Memphis, Tens. a body. Jacksonville papers announce the desirability and relative preference imprisonment not exceeding tun days y
had been to Section 10. This ordinance shall I now nave m employ one of the best
few days ago has arrived at the that a difficulty expected of the Chinese and Japanese my (
I take effect ten days after its draftsman in the South and better
q' White House and the President is occur between the two u Wetmore approval am r"
I 3S citizens and laborers :
says and publication thereof. prepared than ever for furnishing plans ,
having.considerable trouble in finding| tot some time past had made insinuation In some respects the Chinese are I Passed. September I, 1304. and details tor good bui'dings fine cabinet

a place for it. I and charges to Bowden that to be preferred to the Japs, for JNO. B. REILLY. i I i work etc. 1 am now headquartersfor

are hard to stand. Then it must be I "whether !it be fair or not, .U Is universally -, AttestPresident M. R. Kellum Clerk. of CounciL i I II I turned work, scroll sawing and all t

The first edition of the ninth vol- !inferred 'that Bowden took It upon I work usually done in a FIRST CLASS
Mated that the Jap Is not as l
I Approved Dec. N, A. D. 1094. j i
arne of the Palm Beach Dally News hlmi-oif lo teach the colored man hU I honest as the Chinaman. In any store JOHN SEWEI..L, Mayor. planing mill.

; made Its appearance for the reason i place. If so, It is 10 tx hoped he !suc i '
In Portland Chinaman whom the
| a
Send me your order for doors and window -. ,
L-7 Wednesday morning,and as has been ceeded.At !shopkeeper has never seen before can j' In the Circuit Court or the Seventh j

3 the custom in the past it will loe devoted > buy what ht wishes on credit The Judicial Circuit of Florida In and frames ballusters, bracket.. ate

? to hole news and gossip at a Sunday school meeting In Hi1en khopkueper knows prfectly that soon- I for Dade County-In Chancery. and be convinced MIAMI FLA

that resort. The news is sib' edited j a, Montana, a speaker said the I I i The Fort Dallas National Bank of Mi-!
? later that Chinaman will come
i rr or ,. _
children t.hotild be taught to acr strictly :vs. I n
amt a corporation, complainant ,
Henry Lewis
by Wright and published sJiuffiing along and pay his Mil. No **n
of his children I Blackstone and Anne C.
honest for even one Lorenzo
by the Dean Publishing Co. shopkeeper "..nJO'ust an unknown Jap :Florida Hiao.cisiWe :
once asked him if it was wrong to I Blacksrone, his wIfe-Order tot Pub-:_ "
----a .j In the same ""a)'." The same writer ;J.
The Income of the Duke of Norfolk) steal from a Trust. After the youngster llcatlon.
adds that In respects the Japis have bargai in
some some rare s improvedand
find Upon application or toe complainant
gets a little older he will f
Is said to $10,000 to
,? ( I
$15.000 to be preferred to the Chinaman by its solicitors, Patterson t: Er- and invite lr'
y per day. Recently he took firedautomobile J) that It is Impossible to steal from a | unimproved properties .
of '
from the ardeaman's point view. of'
win, It appearing from the affidavit
ride and liked It so well Trust. : correspondence from those interested in 1
i The Jap' will spend his money. He'llbuy W. W. Erwin one of said solicitors i l
: that be thought of purchasing one I I !'
clothes homes business inter4
of a suit of American for that the Defendants Lorenso Blackstone securing groves or
lenry Phippn a former partner .
c* his own but when Informed that
Sunday. Hell buy a fancy tie anda and Anne blackstone, his wife) +
cost decided to wait Andrew Carnegie proposes to give 'I,- ests. I have been in business here ever 7
they>> $5,000. until nobby hat. And when he gets a have each been absent from the

K; they become cheaper. That Is 000.000 to erect model tenements for little ahead hell chip In with his ty of Dade for more than sixty eouD'l since Miami's birth, and an. in a position ;

Just what we are doing. Duke. working people In New orlt. Theyare friends and buy a keg of beer. But next preceding the application t to give home-seekers and investors the ./
.__._ I to be built and managed on a
the Chinaman-bell not spend a cent order for publication and that the! ;>
As."angry Pennsylvania Republican business basts, the earnings to accumulate benefit of my knowledge as to what to buy
Blackstone j
Hell wear the Chinese suit be residence of the said Lorenw
N has kicked over the traces and told a and be used In erecting more Anne
with him for ten and and C. Blackstone. his wife!
few "frenzied" truths about political buildings. The gift is to be the beginning brought years is now the city of New York and state''j E. A. WADDELL ;

i. affairs in that State. He said* Senator i of a chain of,homes, and every send every cent of his wages home. of New York, and that there 1s not ,

.' Quay died with a political mortgage I tenement Is to be built after the most The Jape are not so clannish, as the person In the state of Florida the service Itcal Estate: Broker of All KindsMiami., Fl. *'
Chinese, and more readily adopt of a subpoena In chancery cpon 1 ";,..
of $500,000 and bequeathed it modern Ideas with large, light rooms whom would bind the said defendants

10 his successor; the successor how I'II playgrounds for children, etc, and the American-customs. They threaten to, Lorenzo Blackstone and Anne C., Miami Works :'
labor problem on the either of' Bottling
ever who would stand for It, was i rents are to be very low. cause anew Blackstone his or
Pacific Coast at least Perhaps they them and that the said Lorenso C.
i I '
hard to find. He adds that this is i ----a C. Blackstone WALL
and Anne
Blackstone ,
but a kent name compared with somethat 1 I Governor Douglas- the Democratic I would make acceptable hands In the I his wife, are each persons of over & DICKINSON. Props.

Quay went through with. : Chief Executive of Massachusetts, Southern cotton fields. I twenty-one years of age. 1 lath Street, Near R. R., Miami FU '
has brought about a settlement of ---o= I It is therefore ordered that the said L. t

Governor Broward- wants tn farm I I the Fall River strike and as a result !: William Jennings Bryan and Theodore Lorenzo Blackstone Blackstone his wife, and and each Anne of them C.<, Manufacturers J >

y the Everglades. Unless he makes a j lthe several thousand cotton and Roosevelt met and consulted Satunlay. be and are hereby required to appear

y better success of It than he did on woolen mill operatives, who have 1 They met as men, not enemfcs to the bill of complaint filed In the All Kinds of ,

c that little farm on the St. Johns river,1I j been without work, In many Instances and political henchmen, and at said cause on or before

be bad better let the Job to some 1 upon sufferance and destitution I (the close Bryan complimented the A.Monday D. 1905;the otherwise 30th day, the of allegations January Soft Drinks r?r.i: } 9i 'I 't

? one else. The Governor'may make a'. will return to work. If such I! President on some of the things h e of said bill will be taken as confessed +
t will bold out for. Or I by the said defendants and each of
it/ good statesman but as a farmer he has men as Douglas were at the helm advocates, and Prompt Attention to All Orders. Out-of-Tcwn Orders Solicited.

; S BO claim to the "blue ribbon."- I of every Statcshlp In America thereis the other hand Rosevelt bade his ,! them.It is Jurtber ordered, that this order -

Ocala Danner. Having a thing done no doubting the fact that the people arch enemy as It were, a cordial I I be published once a week for four Remember the Full Name}
Always ]
and doing It yourself are Iwo different -: and interests of the commonwealth greeting, In feet was more than: cere- [ consecutive" weeks In "The Miami i
-- after be would be better off better nonlons It Is getting to look pretty' Metropolis, a newspaper
things, so effectively ; \ In MlamU in the county of Dade and
rubbed It into the supposed unbeatable I protected and better cared for, than much like the obstreperous Teddy we, State of Florida. Laxative Bomo: Quinin

i Davis fur the high office he cow I they are tinder the leadership and used to know is going to settle down,, J Dated this 14th' day of -ember.j!i,

to of lot of politics grafters and he said in his St Louis address A. D. 19A4. -
occupies, we don't Intend dispute I protection a as (SEAL CLK CT. CT) E. C. Dearborn ,

his ability to do any thing_tinder the who seek and! hold the higher "Be the President of all the, Clerk Circuit Court In and fir Dade Cures a Cold in One Day, Grip in't

sun but It does look like oar popular offices; both State and National simply people." It actually does look thai: County. Fla.

governor has bitten off "a pretty big for the pecuniary benefits derived way but then white In the flesh cannot By W. id. POM, D. CPatterson
4L Erwin, SWL
YYS ch 'w. therefrom. come out In the skin. Solicitors for Complainant 'j c8. ? 01 Bc... 35c _

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rape and Orange e Trees! DEATH OFCOLLIER WRESTLING MATGHI, Wilson & Flye

& I! -
r > t .-FOR SUMMER 1

ls' We have now,readJ! a large supply of well-grown \ ARRANGED FOR EARLY DATE-, Fruits
MIAMI ATHLETE WILL MEET! Staple Groceries s'
of the most c.1 vanetiry
1' clean>u.K4 to 1\ feet, apprlJ\ ,
I on rough lemon btOd,;". \\'ritc'for price li-t. SHAW, THE SOLDIER CHAMPION -!
t' For tall awl winter planting)) we w ill hate 75,000:; () an illness lit Federal days and I JN MATTED ARENA HERE. ; TOBACCOS

I'; first. class'buds! on rough lemon, gr.ipifruit ml MIUFI.H.IS hating! all that mortal man could do _

.'", ?:?..::. ..w'.u;,!. G.Jcr> now. Cc.rrl""wcnrc'i! i done fjr hu! :clicf:: c:: l rcco'.cry: Ccl \J1UJ-\n\/v- A a'1 r1HNLl :> R

solicited. her Tucker aged 14 years and! one of The Io\ers of athletic sport and efl-I I Ipeclally
: the most popular end promising young rett'lmg in Miami, will, at Avenue D and 14th St., MIAMI, FLA. '

!t'iJ WINTERH .VEX NURSERIES young men of this city, succubed to tu tariy, date b.1tb... ui>i';m'luuit> | y.nUtisc

. I It the inoltalile at the resilience of his of Hitntssiiig; a first-class mMJle-1 i -----------a

J.: A M. KI.OIS1.: I'nP. Winterhavcn. Eta !, brother, 11:r. O-war Tucker ..n A\t-uui weight: mal event between, Claude!

f.' : A, betty,'t.:. E'.ev 1 1Jlh r.cl Twelfthstreets ndu.i: ::uu ...fl :kuuuu :""nl eayo o. ro. Commission .
N. I II' % Merchants.wijnwFc .
till.Kiilu last: wl.h typhoid cent of the art, and Shaw, the'!

fe\cr soldier wrisiU-r, of Tort Ta.:lor barracks :
Some 1i,'c..s agj llr. TurJ.tr, with lire West And Dealers :
Want Grower ; ;, Gardenand kid SeedSOf dl! Kinds
e Every Mr. Robert Watson and other young A which, brtuten, these mei bhouM 10 rf rfl

men of his association, indulged(! In rove Interesting and draw u larg', ;

I a CIUII\>-h'lll'' in the trinity of Kis- house. Beiiller's ability Is well Fertilizers Etc.
.:,- :IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.r slmtuer. an l it was there that be is known while: Shaw bas established a'!' ,
f ; boliej'd to hate roctracted the affliction ;
moat en\iallie' roputaiion by Ihrowmg _
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J that ended In the taking of his all competitors in and about the 111-1 I I
TlorWa Vegetabtt1.A complete ma nual of Florid. croye.Florida .
young life land Cliy. The contest will 1 -p-obubly| Parkers and shippers of Fruits and Vegetables
V Orarof special laterea t to orange growers !
Mr Tucker was a native of Smyrna. lie the best two in three, or three i
t."Florida Strawberries. Booklet on "Soil Varle.ti':8, Cultrradon an. Carry in !stock ('ratt'Tappin paper, nails, &c. ;'
Tcnn., and with h's brother and family In five falls though the final details: |

,, Fertilization.y ." moved to Miaml"ubout! three years 1 have nut been arranged: or the date, IiHoetit-idi's_and_ _dry powder }juns. : : .: _: *I
rt Irish Potatoes"-A Booklet on "Soil. Send, Planting and Cultivation; EffwOt !I
He was unmarried and a member be ,
ago. set though the match will likely
t: Fertilizers.;Digging and Ship ping. i
_ef the Presbyterian Church, of a pulled oSvabout the latter part of the!
: ,Plcteapple *"ertillzing."-Of.gpedafl In terest to pineapple grownr : ANJI
sunny and bright; disposition and a month | OK Kot'KKTKhNTlI STKKKT.Hi : ,i
'P"146a1 :
Fertl1lun.--Dook showing all our different brands, analyses price ,
nature that attracted and made for The etcnt will be for 70 and :30: pert
i I him fast and tasting friends. cent of the house receipts an>l a sub8IAntlai *mi, : : : : : Florida. .
Ig Naw and ReTtoed Edition of the above just published cent free for the akln I a
I; Deceased leave one brother and side wager. Shaw will come I __ ... ... __ _
two sisters in Smyrna Tenn., but over several days before the match I r
on account of tha distance and the to get In condition. Deidler Is now
h .i,.; ;;. 'i:",.L.i_ f icx. .l..L. L.'*:h,r of ti. 1_ 's ".i. pr l'U".lt6 ua .uuC uuu uww ........-e: For sate
4. J : -- :I eat at the interment. and expects to give the soldier a bigger -]I Cheap

j'. ,; Chase &:; :E3arney.,. Agents, t surprise than be Is looking for. I IlIr. _

ROWN & MOODY, STOCKTON & BRADFORD I C. C. iloora, of tho t'. 3. Department ; 30 ft. Launch -

it 4 Cutler. Little Rh'cr. I Although rot authoritatively stated. of Agriculture, Pashngtoui: :,

hi It is said that the suction dredge, D. C., Is In the city for l\i-\ > purposeof I 1 I

$" which has boon :at work for the past with cassava tit the i ..
experimenting Standing Top. Fine 14 H. P. EufUk Motor In Fine Shape .42
:"4j' three weeks or more In removlng'thecrashed station on .&') south side of the -Iver.
rock behind the chisel dredge I Model-8 horse power House Boat 35x10.1 $160.

Iliaini School Of Music And Elocntion In the new ship channel being cut The funeral of the late Collier Tucker I Mlanu.OLD Motor AT ONCE 45O.lf! 5 acre. Rood" land at Wyman. Fla., '25 a.r.IGeo .
through tao land on the other side was held Sunday Afternoon at

of the bay to the ocean. is not doing 3 o'clock from tho residence of Mr.I

.f Now Open the work as satisfactorily as was ex, Oscar Tucker, brother of da 'eased.I R, Wallace, West Palm Beach

pected, and the probabilities ore that on Avenue A. Rev. Dr. Faris 1

p another dredge c>f a different type ed, and the interment was in omclat-I .

: 'JAEDLIS'GZKAMASON win bare to be sent down before aH cemetery! t>7 Undertaker H. )I

the rock can be successfully removed.' Many sorrowing friends attended, and' FREDK. S. MORSE, t

The suction dredge It U said takes the floral tributes were numerous aad

| Piano Method.The up the small particles or rocs: an rightbat appropriate to the occasion.

the larger pieces cannot be handled REAL ESTATE
,:. as they are either too heavy'or Cot J. W. Boyd for many years a
. tame JaeSlisczka director of tbe ilbrated Stern
as taught by ,
for about
resident of Bartow, and
else choke up the conveyor pipes and
t Conservatory of:Music in Berlin. Individual and limited class intruc-
tramp Both dredges, however,,-are fourteen years the tax collector of Offlces op sUirs Cor.AT*.C and IS th St.
'tion, Belle Lettres, French and Latin. Arithmetic and"higher Jflathematica working steadily all the time and Polk county left for Miami last

'f. I., a specitlty. For terms etc.,an-lvto even if another craft Is brought flown Thursday morning. where he Mill; Join Miami Dade Co.. Florda.

it will be several weeks before such his family. who went there to live .
?Mrs. Guild Smith,. 130 Ninth St. Miami Fa
transpire some months ap Cot Boy d'.. departure "
way much regretted by his ?

CHAUFFEUR KILLED. ttany friends here, and all hope that Florida East Coast Railway Co.

i' he will find his Ill?"' residence placeof Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
f. A. DANA On s Distressing Automobile Accident at enjoyment-Bartow. Courier-Infor!
108,11 Ormtnd Beach Saturday. maul Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. aI

want a description of -
A special to the Times-Union from The sad Intelligence was received
real estate for sale. II.
. I your Ormond under date>of Saturday gives here this morning of the death in I.
.finF. i
,We want a description of' the following details of a distressing Jacksonville at an early hour todayof BISCAYNE BAY NURSERY a

r 3'? automobile accident which the r driver Mrs Hash Pettys, a former resident ,
houses for rent. '
of the car was kCled and the owner of Miami, and having loved and

t rr We want to show you some seriously Injured: bereaved parents and other relativesnow The Old Reliable. r

Frank Croker of'Mew York, son of residing in this city. Mrs..I
bargains if want to
I you Richard Croker, the former Tammany Bettys was. a daughter of Mr L. E Standard Varieties of Citrus Trees Grown Upon High Pine Uw.

bay anything in our line. chief, was seriously Injured on the WIlliamson. a sister er Mrs. Joseph . Budded on Rough lemon Stock. .:
I We beach shortly before 4 o'clock this Pettya. She was a yonng.-ttoman
want to show you our afternoon Mr. Croker was In his of lovely character and much loved The only tree worth r nt>id<>rinc; for this locality it frier* that defy aalp-
list of houses to tltion quality considered. Correspondence and inspection solicited bo foee
rent. Simplex 8Piorsepower. with
racer, a ad admired by all who knew her. placing jour ordrr '
I We sell houses 'his chauffeur Raoul and was going The interment will be in Jacksonville. Also I ,choice citrus lands for sale in'large or sm all tracts near Miami.
on easy a forty-eecond-a-mlle clip. JII8t'ahea4

,f j i terms. Let us show you. of him. In the same Direction coming Washington Jan. :21.-\Vm. J. Bryan t I C. E. CAVIS, Proprietor.BOX .

Horsesboeipg up the beach from Daytona to Or called" upon the President at the 403. HI All!. FLORIDA
We sell! farms on terms to tit I
# I. mond, was a man on a motorCycte.wk1ch. \\"jjlte House today. 110"' '' cordially -!
s Blacksmithing suit. Come and see us. was wobbling badly. Mr.Croker received by the President v ho took ,

: was driving his racer and him into his private office where he'
We sell or exchange everything started to tarn out of the way of the was holding a conference with several: Genera'ADCtion' aoiCOmmisSio9

t Carriage and in the motorcycle. As he did so one of the Senators 'i
P B J Jaudon d
front tires of his machine hew off, At the conclusion of the InterviewMr. 0 I SELL AT ALCTIiEYFRY: F s.\URD"Y.
Wa6Qn Work. Real Estate Line. and it plowed Into the eand. It turnover Bryan said that the talk had been .

p three tines. The first turn threw cordial and saUrtactory.? and that they'I' Fntlhxvenl7th'nttawpor' _..b to....,

Chauffeur: Raoul, and the machine had discussed several: things. ; AT., I) ....t tilde anythln, Jdujtafrum see. P O,Miux

Court th East House Comer Sqaare. Miami, Fl? Cooley & Horner crushed out hJs life instantly. Mr. ''I NIL is a pleasure to commend his I. ____ __

t Croker went oat on the second torn attitude on sonic ,thins" said Mr. I i

and he sustained a fracture of the Bryan, "The President In his demand!\ East Coast Lumber & Supply Co '

fa right leg at the knee a fracture of all i for railroad legislation. Likewise\ I
the bones of the left arm at the behave In the income tax aui"! hope Manufacturer: and dealer in {
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bow. ud three broken ribs. One to see it brought about by It'tacts' rt

r is the Time his ears'U also badly torn. I of the President" .

ow i Mr. Croker was Immediately_takento i Lumber and Building MaterialEvergthing 4

, his apartments, and Dr. Wilson

Parks, of Boston and Dr. Miller of;: 1 to construct a home
|Fo Plant Orange Trees Orn.ond, took charge of the case. lie :: I

was' assisted in dressing the injuries Brick. Lime and Cemrnt. 1M- '
c Lair: .Sah. '''".r.., HlinJ, I'a.nt.
f[ and Grape Fruit r by Dr. F. F. Marsh, of New York, and [tJILL5 :and Mas*. Roofing and SlicatioPir! ,.r. Na.K and Hardware, turned
local phYScl! U. It required several I, wnrk. UrackctN Scroll and Cabinet orK. l),">r amMVimlow! Frames
, ln..oran ; PAINTS and
hounwork, and news from the bedside ; VAR.NISIIKSPrices : ( .

.- 1SO Rose Bushes for \Vinter Blooming tit the injured man was anxiously AND FEVER arc not alwnthe_ !lowest, hot.to nk is ".I-Tjvs: the lientVar.K "i
awaited oy h's friend and others I
And all other ornamental, trees and shrubs Interested. It was a great relief to URED at TIII1'" ilIf'. Fan: HalloF'.rt 1'iere \\ct Palm Ileacbt

' Please, call or write for descriptive catalogue and other them when Ur. P rks stated that : --- tlaave.ta
"T information. while the injuries were serious there i' :
was every prospect of the patient II i
; pulling through all right. The aver BY
,dent. however1, breaks up Mr. Croker's

plans, as he expected) to participate' ednaoaoftn-xath, Itlanata/L
4 POMONANURSERIES/ in the races here next "week then go ale more pb..lal wreek,tban nrobabty any o aerotN ej .
Wintersmith9semU .r HYyatmiyW.L
ftaiaomce to Palm Beach to take part In the l t of the 01.11.17 the rob a I.aponthedM Stan i
Nursery usualty c
:i> Cor. AreC and 12th St., up stairs Little River, Fla. j autoboat races, end then_ take his I @a qulnlneorthat deady mineralwomat. rawl wits
Simplex to Cuba for speed trials. ,; awryUlfr141tinaDAn.ru.r.atatiat at
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= .TOWN 'TOPICS. 4tV''-t l-.ilm I Reach for ralatrg: aad ;JM 1 d I a ut'ae[ .it Dalai!: Ih'ai h 1:0 Ir: 'WU.>..vj I i .uiffi.t nsrallmentsm Learnt. th"; s uck f>rM 1, |I.a'a.t"xh..n!. | 'h.,n f,mrI 1 I 1hcrt'rn, vv.m the p?>.,!innineni i'.l a NaI I :.t f..r th-'ii an I iln-v preferred to ?,
i-.ibh.nj, a ,h"ck..t J cajiturril i bvuViiliirfcriay r.x! I party nil last night and until ilia'. rest-am nhi-c th"-
and M
sc.iij'4aiil male! were
..a'.a: C.'Zk'EL1AF ; aaaa. j i" frequt a u-sits I rait is s'Kat.l! ), Ih- S""IIUt| \\b'l1 work I h '!lr t thi well:
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i by Deputy Sherlt Cure. hire Mr -aioruinhn th"7 enkiicctisfully i-no'uh alone until:
1'l1'l'ps i will! prubau:.! daylight dawned...
comeS tli
) on >
I factor his t.e"n ..
I Captain Enoch .
Rosa DccKmasterM. s.ari-1. the
He was taken back to West I'a I'D i'iiili taken of! and lirouxh < a; ain. The
c;ain iuarason! and n is saU ; majority of thaj sufferI'
third ,
R. Kellnin. an<; others of th- Royal I Reach Thllrs I i I when tic) bin) lilies; are couplet\ :I back to the city where more '
lay Sheriff corn
by : Frohock hat hi' tag an.I enduring
is! 'loelileJ :
un .
heth>- to luate I test tleexperlente.. now f-
Palm 1. anl tb' fourth (
dock crowd j a-i las nhen.try ,
wont the forlable
up bay for acrxmiiuouHlIons
a prelinii ary t-xaii'inailon.: at Palm Heath or''come to .Miami. '. I Welt) hur that it is over, are (tncl ned to treatat
Thursday afternoon In quest of ducks. | __ __ or more han.Jq) are enipiojod In i iihe j rieilly sought. I
I I a joke and memorable event,, bat ,
j Do not forget,: that toe Weekly Me- factory, that his company stands I i i, It Is said there were abou j
j For the several seventeen I there are others who It will be danirous
past --
This days Clerk
morning'i train, due Itt 9:20 I iroiMilU circulates! largely In ready to come hero anJ locale.
In the
every part persons the
t O'clock was three tours the Circuit Court C. M. Knott has been Mr. Bewber party majority | to say ferry and beach to for A
late In nt
get- | Dade county besides going to about I followed his proposl- of them using
rangers, thougt
receiving : i long while to COllie: }:
tin? Jo. The crew and passengers j I even hundred poMoffiivs outside of numerous Inquiries from j|, tlon with a description of the art kit! there were home .
those some folks in th I ________f
report_bitter cold up the coast which : Miami.! There is. no other advertising ling in this county, askingi ; it Is proposed to put on tha market crowd. Late
! was mainly the cause of delay. i medium to compare with it. I reason for the delay In ",-b'alnlngtheir and which consists of a pneumatic I formed yesterday jtrtcrnn>jn they I For Sale 'f1
a party t.) the beads going ..
State pensions. Mr. Knot is In cushion for
I seating purf1Ose, being over on the ferryboat PhoenU. Th Seed cane red and .ribbon I1Z50 per"ft;
Mr.Myers, father of Mrs. J. A. Raul- After hating been absent nearly a receipt of a letter from the g>vernor used by circuses end places of public beach I ".
Orson arrived Thursday from hisborne year in Savannah and other up the stating ih.it is the arraotshad nil gatherings 'o put over the bird bottom was reachej successfully, bu I 1COO f. o. o.. Apply to 1i
the .
strong west wind fast .

k In Chicago: to visit his daughter I ('out'Yo'aters., ths lil'Ie yacht; Sapphire to be signed by tli. Incoming gaiernor of chairs or planks. Th'-xe cushIons was driving .. ,
I the water out of the bay aid when A. O. ESPY.
i ,and family for the remainder of the. but better known. to looal boatmen after the fiat cf January, the change are not soil, but rented at a the ferry s'trted back about dark f.l r I

.winter.The as the Annie owned by -CaptainBrumfleM. of executors, causing some delay in I small sum permouth or year. He also a Gifford Flat
sandbank loomed In the
''1 up way and
arrived in port Thursday the regular icutino of work, has caus- said the (
tbf-t company has several :
she went hard and
k Dally Metropolis gives Its readers and will again join ths fishing'1I el the unavoidable delay. Tn pension asroaod. k'G
contracts already on hand from circuses
more real live local nd ttlegrapble <'Ct. The Annie has quite a rough money will bo rent here from Tallahassee and other efforts to citrlca'e the boat was of
hews than but companies. no avail, and with the temperature A Dupont's :I
any paper In the world In otherwise uneventful trip down I as boon as possible.-Tampa The ,
proposition received the In.
s city es email as Miami And all fur the coast. Herald. falling all the time the pan;, the maJority ..
I dorsement of the board In the follow. I ...
the fen of wham were women were in
small sum of cents a week. a
=. ing resolution offered by B. B. latnm: I Livery Feed
sorry and deplorable plight; and li A
*. John Thomas charged with assault Referring to the wrecl of the Italian ,
"Resolved. That the ,
# )Irs.,. Rollo Taylor who has been and battery, was given a preliminary bark Massa e Genecco a few miles proposition submitted looked like ;a case of "shipwreck," at ,

visiting her parents; Mr. and Mrs. hearing last Tuesday before JUdgeHe.ser. South of Palm Beach Jast Sunday by Mr. Bcecher as to the location It were for the night. and Sale Stables;* '
Vt; Lett of the Pneumatic Ball and Pillow Captain Dodge of the however
at West Palm Beach dredge,
returned and discharged as be evidence morning, the Pcnsacol lk News
OB Wednesday. Mrs. Taylor was accompanied was not sufficient to hold.Mary Pilots report that thl vessel wa factory Is one which In the opinion seeing the plight of the part I Hastings Fla ;:f.
of the board Is fair
f reasonable sent small boats to their relief and
by Miss
Ruby Rouse ,
Brown a colored damsel from here some time ago bu. salle-l away -
Of Kentucky has and which Is hereby indorsed. had them removed to the dredge 1
m been visiting West Palm Beach
pleaded guilty In long enough. have been many miles
i- Mr. "Resolved further. That the same where made comfortabk Can supply anyone ..n
and Mrs. Lett they were as
and who will make the
same tribunal to receiving stolen out of the
of the
way storm had she this eat sisal with
be referred lu the committee
+ e on manufactories as possible for the night and until
h Indefinite stay with Mr. and Mrs. goods, and win serve SO day* as a kept on to her destination. This vessel Mates, Horses, Drn -
:Taylor.BnOder.' to secure If possible, the this morning when they were taken and ainglr! or dim
of Hotel
de Frohock
so do- carried out lumber "a
got away amount of preferred stock: subscriptions off and brought to the city. bin Buggies' and W.g.oa y
lag OB the Ctb Inst. Adverse wind however'may at reasonable price

r. W. Haha Is quite busy askd for to secure the locationof During the early hours of the night
nave detained her std It is
boat the the said factory U> MIamL"Preildent several attempts were mach to remove -
.7 comer of Avenue D and Commodore F. D. Hughes, of the
thought she was making back
Thirteenth street, where be-Is erecting little yacht Clara, is In receipt of Information to some Brown stated that he was the "shipwrecks' by mallei "
port for docking when the Write Mm at the adte
fierce blowof abDte !
three brick business blocks. The from the canal toll chain In correspondence with two cigar manufacturing launches bat one experience was cum

; one for J. W. Watson Is well along tender between here and Palm Beach. Sunday and Monday nights caught firms relative to locating ------ -. ---- -- .
and wrecked the vesseL Captain .
q towards completion the one lor S. A.Beleber !that be is Instructed to pass all obati here. He thought very favorably of f '
Is Just ting! started while from Miami desiring or intending to Massante Is given much sympathy by the prospects of securing one or both 1
his friends at this port. of them sad as ha Is still in correspondence 1 11ALERr
the walls for Mr. Halm's own two- attend the motorboat races on Lake .
k story block just to the rear of the Worth, through the canal free otl i with them, the board empowered /
"r: Watson buDding are going up rapidly charge. Those desiring to make the Ever since the F..E. C. Ry. steamer him to act In the matter as .
Blscayne was put under repairs last
he deemed frost advisable.
trip further I
can secure informationby
r; Sheriff Frobock on Wednesday said calling Commodore Hushes at summer there has been considerable Other minor matters of routine business

be bad learned nothing new relative to I I the Royal Palm dock. speculation as to the service or work was transacted when the board Everyone who buys a
the murder of a young white woman she Is to do The same conditions exist adjourned. t.

err at Jupiter nnd which crime was re .I Mr. James Williamson secretary now, although Captain McIntyre, Diamond of us feels
ported to.Urn the day before, the and treasurer for the George 1'Jssamft her master is under instructions to I THE CONTRACT LET.
Co. New be ready to 'leave next Monday, but -
Information ,
being! that the murder York was a passenger on
was committed a week or morn ago. last Fridays train en route '0 Palm where Is not stated the Captain himself The contract: for the erection of the that Jie or she has secured a prod

'Thursday morning he left for Jupiter Beach and Miami for a short while saying that he does not know addition to the Dkde County Fair bargain. Ire intend that erery r

.to- give the matter thorough Mr.' Williamson Is a land owner on where he Is going, and will not know building at the foot of Twelfth street one shall feel that tray. Ecery

x robing' and If possible capture the Indian river and always likes: to pay until the arrival of Mr. H. M. Flagler or more definitely speaking on the gem ice sell must be right in quality a

4 Canty party or parties. the East Cout a Mslt.-Titusvttle Ad and Mr. J. R. Parrott, between now stone dock was let Monday by Mr. cI110l, cut and price. We.hace

rocate. Mr. Williamson is now In and then. It Is believed, however, Blackman. secretary and general manager .
some nice ones to show you : : : : : 4
3 .ttlret Superintendent F. a Hardee Miami and Is a member of a cruisingand .that she will take these officials on a of the fair to the contracting

f 'has a forks of men at work paving hunting; I arty who will get away tour of Inspection of the survey work firm of-Maller Brady A Mann.

Court street "'hicJa.connects Eleventhand today or tomorrow for ten days ot now under way: In the keys for tile extension The contract calla for the handing .

Twelfth streets on the eastern the lower coast of the railroad to Key West being extended tony feet U length by

a boundary of the court house wjuare. six In width and which enlargement, The Jeweler

This street Is 34 feet In width and was Rev. C. IL Edwards, pastor of the air T. E. TerwUlger. of Eltensvllle when completed, will give almost. If

,a; deeded to the city by the county, providing Baptist Church at Lemon City, re- N. Y.. has returned to Miami lo spend not quite double the present capacity, et

,It would have the sam paved urned Monday from the Homestead the winter months. Mr. Terwllllger and which Is needed on account of tie **'

and maintained In good condition. section having held meetings at Sib ; first visited Miami two yearn ago great Increase'and demand for exhibit eoeeoo. o oo e .el

While 'one force of men Is rt work ver'Palm and Homestead. Re*. Q. W. I purchasing at that time caonsiderablevalaable space from the farmers and 'truckers ( A

L la the street 'other force Is quarryIng Hall also returned at the same time real estate. Since then he of Dade courtr. .

;a rock for the ; nvlng.' from Perrlne where be preached Sat has not been South but says that he I Mr. Blackman states that the applications '.e STORE.fI
urday night and Sunday and organized has tried to keep posted on the growthand | for space are much more THE RACKET

Capt,M, C. English, an old resident a Sunday school This section Is development of Miami through j numerous than ever before and that

s.5 of TltasvU'.e: a3
+ the pan at the Florida Extract people hope to see churches and and though that be would be able to I j I every foot of space will be occupied e I 3 IS THE PLACE J .:

: Works left last week for Miami. schools nil the way along the. railroad at least tell where he was at. but that I I Those wanting space announce that (0 0 1

Ie whore be has incepted a position with southward from MamL he finds the Metropolis has not they will furnish better and none numerous

'i *J'i.. there. His place here him half and that the Miami of tOld-I'I exhibits! this season thin ever Letter file*. .: ... . . . . .30c ,
factory belit'f'that lS. Japanese matting . . . . . .1AC a
Is "
different In tt
v 1r.a. been taken by Mr. G. W. Ilanford, i Gen. Satn'L C. Lawrence of Medford vastly every respect to before, and express the i /. Fibre lunch boxes. .10cI

and the position beld by Mr. Dixon I MaiM. accompanied by Ms wife the Miami of two years ago. Mr. Ter- I.I the fair is going to be a grand sueI *, !?:.t cloth iocjow shades, ." 25c e ye

with, the Florida Extract Works Is and brother Dan W. Lawrence arrived williger will probably invest in more I I I ce Toilet paper, pkj:;. 5c .l"

mow filled by Mr. W. T. Wlntorbagen.TltusTiUe last week.and are at the Royal real estate and Improve that already The premium list and prizes are .. )le'l..unrler..hirb..2"c e a i w'o ,.
Star.' Palm for a few weeks sojourn. Gen. acquired while here i also greatly Increased and are more Fine toilet koap be*t make, 2 fur 5c e 1
f Lawrence Is the corner of the magnljflcent substantial and Inviting than many of 0 5, 10 and 15c a cake. '\
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The first dolphin ever captured andbrought grove and farm Just outside the CARD OF THANKS. those offered In tbe exhibits, premi e. .

Into this port was caught; city limits on the Miami river where ums and general conditions of the 0 '

r Tuesday by Captain Cbaa Thompson he Is constantly making great improvements Permit us to express, through the approaching fair will be the best of

of the Barracuda. who with a party and bonding up one of the columns of the Metropolis, our deep any event of the kind in the history t .

of triads spent the day onUItX The finest places in the State. By his liberal appreciation of the many kindly acts of Dade county.A .
dolphin was a beautiful specimen of expenditures be Is making a and words of sympathy received from -- i The Racket Store :

Dos kind and was on exhibition at the long stretch of line rock real' which our neighbors and friends during the BAY PARTY'S EXPERIENCE. .

Royal Palm last night The fish will remain as a monument to him sorrowful hours of the Wneu and I EYERYIUING. EVERYTHING .A,

are variegated In COlor and resemblethe for ages to come. death of our beloved baby. May Camped on the houseboat tender tOLU UUEAPEK f"f.:
which hay. Heaven's blessings rest those of the r. E. C. Ry. at work s
sallflfth a number of upon and dredge 1211 Ave. D W. H. Challle& Son, Prop.,, '
Veen brought in in seasons past It The little passenger and freight who have so graciously ministered on the other side of the bay, enjoying

? + was much admired and attracted considerable steamers Rapldo, Captain' Han and unto ns. the hospitality and sharing the banks Sp A

interest Besides the dolphin Frolic, Captain Tidmareh, bound from Mr. and Mrs. John B. Tompklns. and food of the workmen engaged oneooooooooo..o.eeeo...@ ..'
York to Cabo, put into this port F
Captain Thompson captured a New -- ---' -- --- ---- -- ----- --

lumber of bonlta klngflsn, grouper late Sunday afternoon for coal. and NEW ENTERPRISE.
, dock. Have You; See The New
k amberjacks and runners.: are now moored at the terminal -
Both boats are pretty well housed At the regular meeting of the Boardof

Captain W. IL Mclntyre the genial offer with storm planking and though Trade Tuesday the matter of 'new BUFFALOMOTOR

F .kipper of the steamer Blscayne Is they have encountered some rough. Industries received: much discussionand

J fe around with his face in 'a sling weather down they came through a proposition was made to the C 1 r '

so to speak. This; however, does not without mishap. One of the boats Is board and the citizens of Miami that

mean that the Captain has been In a destined to Clenfuegos and ttta otherto met with the former's support, and If

knockdown: and drag-out encounter Santiago, where they have been the requirements the promoters of

x with some ether fellow, but Is evidence purchased to enter the freight and the project are met this city, in all

a" of the fact that he bal an encounter passenger business under an American probabilities will have an industry

- one nlht with a small boy concern. operating here at an early date that

on a bike! near the corner ot Four; will mean much to its devolophcnt All the latent imp'ovcmcnt Two

Tt 'tenth street and Avenue C. and in Henry Stuart Phlpps the Pittslmrg and commercial: relations 1\lth the and 4 cylinder'*. Tree (rom 'm..k, 1W5 Model40 h. p. ti

which be and two blCcle5-hs! own steel magnate wbo has announced his rest.of the world. frtnell. noise and \ ratiim. Snt.iluniUr x
Make and break!
or jump spark.( Motors; stock for ,
and.that of the hoy-mixed It up Into Intention to donate the sum of 1.000.- The proposition came from Mr ADSOLl. CONTROL. r

1 *, liveliest kind' ot. a manlier. As 000 for the betterment and Improve Bcccbcr president of the .Sanitary immediate delivery. 2 to 40 horse power. Every ,

would, naturally expected.the Captain ment of tenement houses for the Pneumatic Pillow Co., of S!. Louis I motor guaranteed; elegant catalogue mailed on request

= Cf use rat a decided second best working classes In New York and for and In his address before that board I. Geo. R. WallaceWest

With the right side of his face skin- the general betterment cf thus places stated that If the city will donate a '

aed and bruised, while the boy was of abode, is a brother of Mrs. James site, and Uu citizens subscribe the Palm Death I LOFTON & ELMG, :: Miami 7 tl

I O. Hunter, of this city and is himself sum of $10,000 of preferred 8 per cent :,tva

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r = TOWN TOPICS. :.I Undertaker and Embalmer jj 3;

X-, cacaxc c a r ca.w '
I 1300 AVENUE J 1) .
,: WJIUams, of ta) >':oaall
mowamong I Personal ,\ .ntitnGi.en in ,II' Call. I
those conr.lng down W" lesIJay .
I State Florida
morning oa business.CM t; Depositary s
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I Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Winter! promi- Wanted.-18 or 20 foot dory-sail .
Bradley. fertilizers for All crops. 0
nent people of Great Neck, N. Y., are preferred. Apply, It. M. Monroe Co .
J;E. Ljmmua. Agent .
I \
.... I among the ncent. at the San coaiiui Groves: I' The
t Hon. C. )I. Drown has gone to hisformer Carlos for an )'. For Sale., ='The famous Toqnct gas

hom*, Ocala on a short business !-
tablets and rtatlorery for
Writing oline marine n.otors. The best in the

and pleasure trip. file it J. D Srreven's drug elore. world for launches and for auxiliary::

use In sailing craft. Drop a postal
l For watrh repairing try Mayvard.oa Only one n.urJer was' committed,In
card to C. K Norton: Cocoa.
# Avenue D. Work accurate prices :Maine during 1904. Evidently the pea 1 FirstNat.Bank

naaonatle. pie of Maine have their minds: occupied
Rev. Robert Parkinson, a well
on something.else besides butchering -
known divine of Key West was
+ 3. H. McLendon and C. J. Rogers their friends and neighbors.
among the passengers coming over
Miami Florida
"' Jacksontulle among amv.ag Complete ..'-.e of Watches and Clocks over from the Island City Saturday .

.> At Maynard's Optical and Jewelry night and going north on business.Blscame : .
the city Wednesday. They will probably .
store Avenue aMiss ,
remain several days.Money
cod. the newest dslicacy.at : .

?. To Loan..On Improved prop. Flarla DeCairp: mill arrive Wilson Flye'i /185

". <<'ty.. G. S. Am. en. Cocoanut Grove. from her home In Greenville S. C., In OFFICERS: DIRECTORS ,
Mr. J. Sakal, founder of the
a few days and vlU join her moth.-r .
Mr. A. J. Ream,. Jr. who Is taking iu'e&lI ese colony at Boca Raton, Japan.1
and sister who are of her uncle,
-a theological course at Stetson University. visitors in the city Sunday .
Mr. F. W. Hahn and family at theta E. M: Brelsford President .
: Is reported to be critically consultation with Mr. Frel Morse ,
home Thirteenth street
..at that place. This is regretaole news on 'relative to the purchase of certain

.r to ... many friends who hope for his Aetna dynamite and--soppnss for lands at that place. Mr. Sakal Is Edwin A. Waddell VIce-Pres. HON.WM.H.GRAHAMPItttibtPaPresident

speedy and ultimate recovery enthusiastic his and that >
over colony
4 tale by Lommus A SeweQ. e Mercantile. Tnwt C*>
'3'taatJohnson' a prominent bad the men are all contented, healthy William A. Spitzer Vice-Pres. "

Imam:of Key West was among the passengers Quite a number of guests from the and determined, to prosper. 0. C. FRI3SELL MlamL rta.

various hotels and boarding houses of .
t coming over Tuesday after- .
H. N. Patten a middle-aged white Edward C. Romfh Cashier6M BRELSFORD, PrwMMt.J .
: Boon on the steamer Martinique trom the city went up, to Ormond Tuesday '
the Island City and who left on the to attend the automobile races tone man. held a prisoner In the county E. LUMMUS Merchant
In default of bail In the of .
Jail sum
night'train for Jacksonville and other held there this week and begin '
$250.00 on a charge of assault and W. M. BUROINE. Merchant.
points on business. ning that afternoon.If I
battery, and who baa been Ill for sev
M. K. 8ALSBURY, Plttsburg. Pa.
For Stle.-Near Miami flve acres .
; ; eral days, was released: this afternoon
you want to rent a famished ; President Midland Coal Company
110 grapefruit trees:: 5,000 Uniform' a
; DOUse* for the season writ to J. H. upon hIs own recognizance toappear Courtesy to .
P. O. Box C:!::. Miami Fla. Catum & Co. real estate a.centa.e for trial at the next:: term of every patron be he the W. H. 8PITZER Vice-Prsstdeiit. Y

the county court
Messrs. W. E. and H. W. Gibbons, modest saver forahome C. C. CHILLINQWORTH Attorney
<4_New York, fishing from the launch Mr. O. P. Huntington; mho>> went to fertilizers ye:
Bradley'B are the bestFor the
or ontrollerofvast
'Clara with rod and reel Tuesday points in Missouri and Illinois last : I II E.A. WADDELL, Vke-President.
sale by J. E. Lummua MiamL
I r
p broke, all previous records for the summer, has returned to the city. I I business interest . Real Estate. r

number of game fish caught and Mrs. Huntington la still 'absent: but : IL M. Flagler and wife arrived at A. P.ANTHONY. Anthony Bros.

which consisted of 5 amberjacks, 5 will return shortly to-Join Mr. HuntIngton Ormond Wednesday afternoon to i inspect "

barracuda. 4 grouper. 1 7-foot, S-lnch here. the Hotel Ormond. They re- M. 8HANAHAN. Grand Rapids MichTrass. .'

'shark tad scabbard fish.Fanners mained there over night and yesterday We Gash Travelers I Letters of Credit BissclPa Carpet Sweeper C*,

If you want to Improve your property spent the day on the beach watch-
v wishing to borrow and need to borrow money fur the :
money Ing the racers speed by. In the afternoon

,should address Realty Mortgage Co, ;jnrpose. try Cto. G furrie. Attorney Mr. and Mrs. Flagler drove downIn .
-.i West Palm Beach. Fla. u-law. Welt Palm Beach SSI
an auto to this city where they
," 'caught the train for Palm Beach.- We '
Although the Royal Palm Hotel The hunting party given by Mr. Daytona News. pay 3 per cent _

r ,opened seven guests short of what It Gaston Drake to Chief Engineer J. C. .

did last season the deficiency<< has )Meredith and participated In by Mr.J. The draw and span of the new steel on savings accounts .

'been made up by the constant and Increased C. Hooks and Andrew Perry have bridge being built &CI'OIIbe Miami

travel until It now has considerably returned home. The gentlemen report river from the foot of Twelfth street .

more guests: than It did on having had excellent luck In bagging by the Converse Bridge Ox, tot J. H Solicits Account of ;

the corresponding date of last season, seven deer a number of wild Tatum a Co.. has now practicallybeen

k with the Indications promising that turkeys, an abundance of quail and completed the workmen now Firms and Individuals. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent

the big house will have been completely other game. being engaged In constructing tht r

filled by the en3 of the month; approaches, end It Is believed that the .I..e..........p..... p

whole will be in shape with -- ----- -
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Louis colored with -- -- -
Knight charged w -- -
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IfT3b .want fertilizers, consult J. E.
f violating the law by selling liquor In a week or less for foot passengers .NaNNN.faSiNNf.aN/NS:s.ta..NNtN.NNN..SN..........................
'Lam :*. agent for the old reliable
"without a license, was-before Judge to Bradley goods.Miss ii
Hejser yesterday afternoon and the -

evidence being conclusive of his: guilt Wanted A good steady Kind for
I Caroline Harding, special representative
'S he was hell In bond In the sum of farm work. Goodage'a and a good I
of the ZTew Tork Herald
J230:!; for his appearance for trial at the place for the right man. Apply to J.
'and located at Palm Beach for theP' I
next term of the circuit court The W. Connell Danla Fla. References Burdine & QuartermanY
season; from hlch place he sup
}9 with offense was committed at Danta.! :. exchanged.:: dw 4
: plies that paper society and resort .

i{ t >> news was among the visitors In I .
Dan Cupid saga there will be a conStinuous
'*" the city 'Wednesday. She Is one of Mr. G. E. Herring Florida passenger ring of wedJ'i j; be11Ia Miami .

fv,the best society end special writers agent of the L. & N.Is in the city
; the coming season bojtnnluT:
BOW before the American public, and today stopping at the Royal Palm. i
'' with this week,when a popular young
\If:' a few 'days ago was connected, with He says that the tourist travel to
I business manA ill least to hyuen'ialtar fIRST SHOWINGS
tits staff of the Times-Union. Florida from the'West is far exceeding
who has
a South Carolina belle I {

that of aU previous seasons and been a visitor! In Miami tV i-nst few }
'i1'J Wanted. -To exchange a surburbaii that the Chicago a Florida Limited of
months. The events, two or three In OF SPRING.S
residence near New York for a grow his line 11-taxed to Its utmost capac occur7
number will at various times
;II.: "
ff property in Dade county.Address "M, ity.
during the winter, and la wh-rh )'Ot1UJladles
i; ,. care_The Metropolis.Prominent .
-- men of Miami will be wedded to DRESS FABRICS

'fit:; 'among the arrivals In Wanted In each State"to young men from dlffe. >nt pi,,*cs. 5
travel, tack signs and distribute sam ,
"" Miami Wednesday was Dr.. Herman

*. M.'Biggs and wife of New Tork. Dr. pies and circulars of our goods. Sal. For Bate' _Thoroughbred White Let- .

Ste Bless is chief medical director of the ary. 75.00. pr month. 3.00 per day horn cockerels, nine months oil! $1.BO.
New. York Department of Health and for expense:: Kuhlman Co. Dept 8, Eggs for hatching. $I per d_. TroopPoultl'

t bu been sojourning on the East Coast Atlas building. Chicago.. ) Farm Enterprise Fla.AUA7TER 3

for several; days: Dr. Biggs U one of .?1 magnificent and unmatched s
the foremost medical authorities InAmerica The services at the Baptist Church array

f especially so on pn..monla. Sunday night were largely attended OF HEALTHAbsolutely of new gown materials, representing -

with Mrs. : will and the sermon and music greatly en the choicest weaves .
.@ and In company Biggs most .beautiful
t., be a passenger sailing on the steamer joyed. A quartette by Messrs. E. B. colors or combinations and
'r'i' for HavanaThere Romfh and W. W. Hall and Miss exquisite
Martinique tomorrow
,h they will make a lengthy stay. Hahn and Mrs. Johnson was partlcn- I' designs of foreign & domestic makers

.! lary fine. This congregation hi very ,

Try the latest-thlrg la dried fish.BUcayns fortunate In having the services of .' ,

,,, cod at WUson STys'a 185We such excellent:: alncers: for the 6e son. .. '

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', : congratulate Miami on,her convention LAUNCH FOR SALE. :

;", of clubwomen and ..e con. Strongly built good speed In thorough Li Southwest corner of Ave. C and 12th St. -

j;,cratulate the ladies of the State on repair. Length 27 feet, beam 5 w

their visit Of course.none o? them. -
1-2:! fetL New Lazier 7 lh p. engine -
L old nonga to remember that that, with : .
>k4are two complete sets o parts, I

Ii.j section, was twenty years ago. but I including: shafts, wheels, pumps, re- \,

i : they will note evidences that the pres- ,'ersing.gears, etc.; also a net lighteri _______________ ..._ ______________ _
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\I1j'ent: city Is quite young and will appro- i i furry fl.'Cllong. twelve feet broaJ-will ............. MSNNw N.e..............Ns s,.N SSa N.***......*... ..y ; i

date Its fine appearance. And a few j carry 1,000 crates tomatoes-with an- / -.. .1.;
f years hence they must meet down chjrs and all equipments. Write After having been on the stocks and successfully launched last Monday )! masts and sail the Jeannette ready-',
,t Le Fame coast: 1 to observe the changes Ward G. Foster Palm Beach or Robert Pure rollers since .frlde.y. morning the in the waters of the bay from be foot for service and |Is without dxibt one 1 I

nere la life la that land.-TlmesL -j T. Kyle. Fort Lauderdal-% where I staunch pleasure yacht Jeannette of Fourteenth street With he excepUoa I of the finest boats of her LJjiti utlta :5

,r.,Union.U launch and lighter! may be seen. HAS NO SUBSTITUTE i I owned by Messrs. Hood< Isaacs: warN of raising and rigging her bay :t

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be preposterous to presume to, and 1 I II h,.. I .

BLOODSHED IN 'REILLY AND THE I rteilly's "Now, my dear marshal dou't I F

you see whore I am right," was sufficient i .

DANIA MARSHAL, ('\'d to, and tlm.1 they Instead were of allowed being to locked proC ;' Dl.I.l:4.Da.JI':2: : : : : t

up in Paula's: rlty Jail_ s
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WHO HELD UP MR/- GARTHSIDE : \ Is ranidly goin to the front as the lead- -K

a St. Pctrsliurs, Jan. :22.: -One hot AND HIMSELF FOR SCORCHINGIT Concurdy insr! city in youth:' Florida. Everybody

dred and fifty persons have been killed -TALKING PAYS APPARATUS.I TO HAVE. A GOOD ,I t I rat't is g'lIingto Miami.: Now i is the time to
and wounded by the troops In "The first t of the season's weekly .
secure a choice location either for buM-
t ,Palace sqi.are. Including! many womei I dory r.i'ps ftp the cup donated by i : : x
and children. TUc public id iufurlal Mr H.V. Merrill manager of the l ness or residence'lloice: locations in

Il IlI. : ed and Father Gopon, the strike ice. 5cvetal Mill-ills from llama were Ruja! Palm Hole!, was sailed over the city for sale by : : 7 : : : :

u. has been arrested. i horc Mm: il.... ,.n] I unions:: other matters I ihe .ir<'u liniet1' noiirce Saturday at
R In many places the soldiers thrtv\\ : which i hey flud time to diacubs !I U'rmon aril I capturt-d by Percy Cavill

down their gnns and refused: to tire is the clos-i- call that JI"ssrs! C. H. .1 in the F Jar, with the A Jax pushing'! ''' MaKe FORT DALLAS LAND CO.

t on the working men. tlanh-'dc'! and J. IV Reilly had from i him a gray>! second.!

The upb around the Palace squart- I Ming place H the lookup at that :! Tfnrare was user a course of sir Your OCXXX XX>OOCXXXOOOooC) XX) _ls becoming irresistible and telegraph 1 place) Sunday! afu-rnouu by Town 1 I mill's. A stiff! br.
poles are being torn down b,;) Marshal J. G/ SujthauserI I I pretty tnif.s;! clid 1' the strikers and used as barricades. seems that Mr. Garthslde and frith a rush that was witnessedby 70Ii:: T D nCJ"J: :..-=-. 3". :ZT. :2: iTCS-X: AFi1LSd:
The sitna'ron In St. Petersburg haj! All. Ui-iliy "cre out automobiling and several hundred' persons from the The World I ::ent. Fort Viee-I'rev. fort Dalian

reached 'a state of revolution. Bloom ; having a free road hooked! it up until docks and riouK-varJ. The race was II I Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla. Land Co., St. Augustine, 'la.

Is already flawing and none ran predict ; at times the whi-els! of the machine started promptly at 3 o'clock wih the ,I II Don't be satisfied to work- P)
how the matter will end. I only touche-i the surface i.ow and following' boats and masters compel i! alone in the same old way 9q

The following telegrams are fresl then. This is about the way it Is alleged 1 I ins: :' for low wacps.Ve can ..
,from the scene of the conflict today: i I they went through Dania. No E Jas Captnln Filwarda.! help you carve out a successful
: .
Goon Incited Mob. I or. >, nothing, not .ien the wind could A Jax-T. W. :McBride. career. Thousandshave
SL Petersburg. Jan. :23.! -The offl'dal have caught them although the alert'I G Jax-J. \V. DilL increased their salariesby

f. : Messenger says of yesterday's I'I marshal got his "peepers" on them I F JOJL-' Percy Ca\'i1I. following our plan.: We I Pierce & Hardie
can train you in spare time,
outbreak: and with the instinct ol a trained D Jai II.V.. McLellan. ,
and at small cost, for I A
t The fanatical speeches! of Father sleuth he laid for them, the deduction All of the boats not away together. any
h\ Gopon excited the workmen to suet being that they would go as tar as I but Cavlil Soon took the lead, closely of the following positions: ffi HOUSE and y'OF .

l an extent that large crowds entered Fort LandcrJale and then return! to I followed by McBric'e, but he gradually ictulcil, BictrtcK, Stsim CM. *r !. UGN PAINTERSAvenuejirjo5ordii 'OFI
and at some points bloody until the finish motor Engfnnr! Efectrfciu: Deer
the city Miami over the same road, track for ly cll ahead was ; ;
collisions csEirr"! .v.Hwn them soil ..... w -.j I 4 .,o v-,1, .irtr. | ftniTinnH Arclltict; DrirtjmiB; Ixktieptr; tinHIUMII ,
.o. e .
; luuur; wuui hider; uiiia ;tJuai tjatli.: .
the police in consequence of their re In such Mr. Steinhauser was correct :22: seconds for the distance. The other WiriM biucr. ; ir 11 Writer. I
fatal to' obey tho police regulation and had not had his whiskers and I I finish limos wets:: A lax :1-37; E Writ I I 3 ,
TODAY. MatUc which e..t
e1 and going Clrectly for, the troops, the false hair adjusted long when he espied Jai 4:5-58: ; D Jax 41452. The G Jax \ Horn Utcrwu JOB .. j ,:
latter were obliged to fire on them and his victims returning. A red was so far in the rear she was un I
the .police routed those barricaded flag was prominently displayed .In the placed. Commodore Dick Aughen- INTERNATIONALCorrespondence 1

w between wires and planks. road by Stelnhauger, which was baugh officiated as starter sad tim Schools Ask Your Dealer ForUnitedDVegetablePaper-
: Red flags hoisted from window of Commodore Roomo and Captain -,
r meant as a signal to stop. This the er, and e fox M. SCtAKTON. PA.M ,
neighboring houses, caused other. gentlemen understood and their iron Potter as judges. CtUM Km I cAL tlTUMIITlTUBi
clashes between tho strikers and militia. steed came to a halt beside the dignified '

? .. .Crowds took the sword from marshal who bartered no wordsIn The first crate material for vegetables W! George Coates
A' the police; armel' themselrea, and them that had violated
; telling they and fruit to go foreign this sea
; t then destroyed the wire and knocked the law by speeding that iron steed sonia this port, arrived on Saturday Box 141. Miami'fia.FOLEYSHONEYitDTAR. i iIt
down telegraph poles. I
at I through the streets of Dania. at the terminal dock and will be taken I
?. The Messenger Now It' happens that Mr. Reilly Is I to Hanna on the next trip of the !
o'clock last night that JS persona had : anda '
gifted with a pretty good tongue steamer Martinique Cwu Conks !Mast. PP---'
been killed and 233 wounded- faculty for using it that would make I
All Quiet This A. M. blush, turn I the
rN many women or angry is most EcflDflmioal
*' The Interior "Minister B astopolMlrksey. with envy, but thin was where It paidto Has Stood The Test 25 Years!, as E.

at 11 o'clock this mornlnt bare a smooth tongue and hastily

r; castes telegraphed. of the orders working to close men's the Union head putting multiplying two dividing and two and together then deduct-, then Grove's i!! well\ as the best on the market r

'I1I1t- .. done by the workmen themVrea ing again Mr. Reilly proceeded to

without police Interference. At show the marshal of Dania that the "
; this hour there has been no renewal of State of Florida has no automobile Tasteless Chill Tonic
: .
w the disturbances. and the city la quiet law relative to speed, and that this being '

i Cluh Renewed. the cue the town of Dania could % For Wrapping Tofflato t .!
.' St. Petersburg Jan. SI-Conflict! not possibly bare such a law. It would No-Core-No-Pay. 50 cento. '

*ietween the militia and public were -
i resumed this afternoon and the troops t :

c are nrihj on.the crowds oa Norsk rat-

The police hare closed aU gunsmltl .

: hops, and an firearms: and other No Frenzied Finance

f? weapon hare been remored. It 'Ii ..

in rumored_that the Emperor tomorrow I
win Issue a manifesto,declaring the X"r

'1 city of St. Petersburg-to be In a state In the Real! Estate we have for sale :

of sage.t "
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As the day advances the crowd on i -

,NoTsky! Prospect increases, but the
police Is keeping them dispersed. EmPeror .
Nicholas Is completely prostrat- i I

;r '. 'ed.by grief and It Is reported that he' Real Estate is the only safe foundation for a sound i At Home Cur Rheumatism ,

is on the verge of total collapse 'over Hot ralphar batha t+.. tellrf at w*.qalrtlar tb. faha _. ,
financial operation there is something to build _.1I.ll oat. lphurtrtaUDrolritrTBat B 11,
the altuat OI In the meantime everything ; on of Ilbn. &
sad I.teraal will c1IotII of IheMlrrribUdiacaiea. UM (itlpknr But
awaits his decision. i wia._ farm.bat"eaa be sb..rbtd by the 0ywInL The out*prrpantto. v
t+ favlphar e..rr I .u.4U1a&caa. ba .Uwtod bj UM afcia aW by eb.dyxs. .t
The militia hare hand In
Jhe upper ""wpM"
EC'Petersburg but all eyes are turn Hancock's
ed to the Interior for the effect the Sell Sugar J .

-4 newt at the capitol will produce In your liquid Sulphurn '

;" jhe big centers where It Is continually ..

p reported- the people are dissatisfied I.fatttn't Onmt mt OtrmiHde. Bach wrul cart that we fwtmltt It
) Prtcklf Brat. IriphtkeriB, ,t,
at the action of the troops Cat.erbhaonea.Mouth.MTbra.tCuts,aad all diaraaca of U*acalp.
.far tat. fry mil nliablt tlngftflt.Hancock's
? Troops Very Strong. *
ftttdAmalgamatedi Liquid sulphur
s( Petersburg, Jan. 2S-The troops Ptrparrd capedally for........8altd..Opea I ofte.Chatrd PmrU RswSmrfacM.
the. most of whom were withdrawn Both Ptl.... Boxrliaaa e(Pace.ad Haaila aad aU Skia tnnan.Wiiu .. -
forboakkte.thetu.Uee.odtoilet...of aulphw.MMOM '!
from the streets at the center of tho 1 i LIQUID KILPHUI CO WM.-. M.W3 7
t : city last night, are reported uscm'l and send Uor our price list of sound Miami Real 1 *
rffj'i.- considerable strength
bled In
principal points of traffic across the Estate bargains. We haVe-lhe location, all we want !

3 bridges' and the usual paths over the is to have a litttle talk with you. We have some bar-
>ce. .
The Interrupted strikers are finding gains ,with a big future. Call on us today and we .,
T It Impossible to reach the center oft

the city'in organized masses, but aresingly will take-pleasure in showing you some of the best

'; and In small silent groups moods.traversing I chances for investment that you EVER SAW.riti I I
the i streets lu II I

Many. of the principal shops are i ?
closed those that are open keep up I (

Im the window gratlngs.- 1 i Sf *J-
"Strong forces of cavalry are patrolling ,... .tT"J"T'7 ._._. _!.. ::.-. .'G.1'.J.:: --,=:'.-'.,'-,-::;'"-:. '....'.7.. .. '::..... .t I
Infantry -
Squads of '-' --- _
the trefts. !:Em GHE: ::.g.-: .'. ; .:''-'"7"'i ...". ." ..:,... ...,.....; .. 1. I IG.EEG.i I .c __. T'- fiHf.t-- i
and the pub *
rare the corners -1' :
posted at : ; ... .
: V : ,:_> ::: :' ;- .. '. '' ::; :: : i i
lic's anxiety s acute. .... .. rrr- .' .. 1-- J..1.\IC i 1- : :
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Like an Armed Camp. .1<, : '. ': :. ;i ;-: "r't.t.'. '..7"r4

*. Bt Petersburg Jan. 23, 31 p. m. .,,:,:r.rt1.I..Jo: ._oJ. n.1...oj I'"" ," r' -'-.1. '- --, : ....J J.. .'. ... .. '. !i-. .>- r1EljL
rrQlt'; : ::. ..; _, .'.1.. .. '. : i.4 ..:... I I,
-At this hour the city again resembles 61111E -_.._ =. r; -. .
.Pr an armed camp. The strikers -. ... .... .r'..I.tI I I'fo Iota t
EEE3 ,. .. .' Jrs you rainy C:
continue to drift towards the Palace ,I .. ... .-. .
c// --i- takes off h-a hat to i!
i : __ ._-: _-__ .. '... with a wij ti! t you
square, and the police and Cossacksare I -- ..... 7 et if lcw.fiv.s-: : \:, r-.t ?V' i to ravagxat fUte- dC
y having great difficulty in keepingthe ,I _. -- ntrtit< bat the txpcrio" '.. i\e bid riling

crowd moving. I I StudeI:9ake: Vehicles!

I w
'. Joey Nnta'J, the champion swimmer Ii i alai Harness
+ of the world who is matched to race
s cum for the title in ihls city : warrants n-i in puttinc: it stror?. That experience proves that
Percy roI
.' U SuiJebaVcrs. We don't need toteD
nothing; sati. *-? --it "'I .ia
.on a date yet to be selected In Feb* t .. Wuen, have made
} you that they are h>u t ? rnary. tas :-Ailed from England: and McJ\llister-Beck'l yon go home s.lit-hf'd ., J s- .v satisfied. That a the kind of
need m of our businen. That'a why we wr
PS* is expected to reach Miami on or customer we tbbuiiiliog
handle the Studebaker line
about the first of next month, when d Lat. H with
Oa you n omcthiag Hgur ea pee
' he. will go in training until the rate J. A. Robins & CO. 415( 12th St. Miami .
is pulled oX. The content la for $500 Real Estate, Suite 4, het Building Miami, Florida ,
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s' a .side and will attract Interest _S0 jomr o to jow uft(atraoM.itol,o.....a wfclda*t m nt-vatw.

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t I r professions I I WAS_PROPOSEDI 9I ''J' o S r>eoia IFfceetl Estate; Bargai.n.s.: i ryV

t. I city Groves
j I PERTAINING TO STREET, SIDEWALK 1 lot 50x150, terms..5 200 10 acres 900 trees Unimproved Fir And t
o on time. .
Pettesen 8t rzrrp-ia-jij- AND SEWER IMHOVE- : 10 acres pine. ..... .. .. ......| 453
x(> 1 lot, Seventh street terms......$800 5 acre grapefruit <) r
ATTORNEYS AT 'LAW..I]j MENTS WERE ACTED UPON. bearing net 10< acres pine and prairie ... .$ 450 T1t16 : 1 lot Seventh street 1 year's time $1500 yearly . . .$4500
Will la all courta.EUte and rtderil.]. ( 5 acres all hammock .. . .$ 300 in- O
? lpectaltsUhttestoresaminlncanApertartiit practice ": I . . .. .. .. .......,5 900 10 acres land all hammock best ? i

... Lead Tttle&PO.Boxarr ''I ; : 6 lots Avenue C. .: .......... .$ 830:> In Dade: county, 3 I acres cleared' 35 acres, 10 acres Improved, 230: surnneo
Miami. Fie.D ()
L i I two 5-room house and lot Fourth et, .$ 853 2 acres in grapefruit small bearing 'rult.treca.. 7-room

z T. SEAGGS. JL D., I II C. ; ; 3 lots Twentieth st. ....... .. $ 250 house all for .. . . .. .$2500 house, pineapples, good rock 0 a a,

to on easy terms. road, cheap: at. .. .. .. .. .. .... .$3300: 0
Ollefo with &....s C.... PbAnQ"7.Bnld14U 1 lot Twenty-first fU Ave. 0..5 350
tk !.StreaIf 2 corner lots Avenue C..5 400 40 acres on Miami river, cheap; 5 J lots Second street....... ?$1900

Il4 corner AYe C rae ( 1 S-room house and lot. Fifth it; write for particulars. 1 lot Twelfth street. . .. .. 0.$ SOO o

MIAMI .. FLORIDA.If Jf $300 cash, b..l.to suit ....... $1500 23 acre grapefruit grove, $3000 on 1 lot Twelfth: street .... ... .$ 35J ,o r
by a 3-room house and lot $100 6-room I Urrpm.l A London A
cash, house, 3 lots o
J. JL JACKSON, JR, j|! J. B. I time corner.,1320o t; 0...__..
Ifi. JJS. bal. $10 per month 1 I lot Fifth I street. ...J,. ........ .$ 500 A
OrriCE: '| ( 2 I 0 ta, $300, $25 cash, bal..". per 22 acres pine and hammock on 7-room house and corner lot Onriit. I". Co. u

s HOTEL BiSCAYNE BLOCK, AVK. D. It ': month. railroad. ... .... . .... ..$ 600 Tenth street $3000, $500 cash. \lIrtbmt'rlran. Y. I'ntirrwriter, -

MIAMI.FLORIDA.. || few 7-room house, lot 50x150, $500 240 acres pine and prairie. ... $2500 Bay front 1 acre In city.. .. .. .$2500 Hanover ,

.!i cash, $500 first year, bal $25 ,500 acres pine and prairie.$4000 lot Tenth street Boulevard ....$t35) Alliance 0 h'Ivrwan
j l JJR. R. E. CHArES, |I I a |f per month ............ ......5:80010 acres pine near clty..1 300 4-room house and lot..... .... .$ 900 S"w Ilsmp-hirr, 0

s time 1 House and lot Twelfth .treet...$1800 10 acres improved, 6-room house.$2200 2-room house and corner lot. ...$ 600 bide Co. Title Ion. Co.
DENTIST. t tern ]1
d OBecIn Watson Rolidliu.. onUwa. oorner of <, Fu.r.n.1.shod nr'U.rnl.shed: < >
Avenne O and llta itreoCk hO'U.se

: MIAMI. FLOIRDA. ed< byyoar or season, S2CO per season And up I
the ;

U F. ATKINSON, j "' J JI !! r

II' I 1 DC R.N" cBc SHINE: : Aa-ents.:

ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,!Ibin, j ,
BMii Mwntioa ftvtn to con! ey&ncini and GOGGGOGOGOGGGGGGGGGGOGGGOGGGGGOOGOGGG o '
OOGppo000 C
I Ki.mln.tlon ol Title old ''''
Hotarv tabUc In OIBce.Offloc ,
la eewell Building. ed

MIAMI. FLORIDA been Cough. and Cold.. AN ORDINANCE. partment in the service of the city
at an "HERRING HOG"LANDED All coughs; colds and pulmonary Creating and Establishing a Fire Department shall be kept in repair by the City.
.::.W. QEAMLIHO, in and For the City of MI-
complaints that are curable are quickly provided that no repairs shall
lars.Still ami; Defining Its Duties and Powers
,...- cured by One Minute Cough Cure. Providing for the Furnishing: of Apparatus be made unless authorized by th.
PBTSICIAW AID Sntosox.Orncs chise YESTERDAY Clean the phlegm, draws OUt Inflammation and Me Election of Certain ChIef of the Fir Department Jx

IH MIAMI TstsmoNV: B'u e.Houn and heals and soothe the affected City Officers; and Prescribing Certain Section Twelve.-Th Chief ot Qe
plied Penalties for the Violation of Fire Department shall have power to

from It a. m. to 4 p. m. came parts, strengthens the lungs, Certain Provisions of Said Ordinance have repairs made to any engine or

t MIAMI. -' FwGILLESPIEENLOBDentist last wards oS pneumonia. Harmless and Section one.-Be It ordained by the other apparatus In use for extinguish
this pleasant to take. Sold by Biscayne City Council of the City of Miami,, big fires, not to exceed the sun of-
CHARLES THOMPSON, THE Drug Co. that a Fire Department be and the twenty-Ova dolars at any one time.
FISHERMAN; is THE same la hereby created and established He shall report to the City Council an "y
when In and for the City of Miami. necessary repairs may wish to
roo omci. II.toR0v:M.OmCX It FISH OF THE KIND EVER A citizen of COlumb.... 0., Wilbur Section Two.:"The said Fir Department make exceeding this amount d

ta rriawll Balldlmi.SUM UU IlL IN THESE WATERS. N. RoM, Is writing to State Governors shall consist of one or more volunteer Section Thlrtewn.-U order to get
1 KUIOniCg.Sts 8CB w Boulevai4MIAMI. & fire companies accepted by the the apparatus to a fire as quickly M
asking them to recommend the
FLORIDA.fl. Council. possible any member ot any company
t Ion --- passage of laws forbidding theaters Section Three.-There shall be'ChIef a may engage any dray or animal to

i *. lIAT1yIIlIjiLD, to produce the play of "Uncle Tom's of the Fir Department who draw said apparatus to the fire and.
and shall be elected by a majority of the on the approval ot the chief the owner z,
Thompson has been Cabin. Mr. Rose he objects to
charg. says
,Samop.thlst: ed to City Council at the first regular meet of the dray or animal shall be paid ;
stun Omcs: Ptlnen BaUdinc by with possessing a great big streak the play because it misrepresents the log of the Council after the Fir Department by the city for the service reader, t

Honn.Sto4p.BLTelepboaest. that article called "luck" following people of the South, and he thinks has been> organized and accepted not to exceed; two dollars ($2.00).

6IIaaAi'i tRa AID MIAMI City that every State should pas such a by the City Council to hold office Section Fourteen.-Any Fire Company
.y FwaroA.r ion and which is said by some fish until the first Monoay after the guilty ot wilful insubordination .
law that while n
was so stump speakers in: city election or until his successor 1s or that falls short of the minimum *;
Jon 8. l'UDDICX.CIVIL Upon to be the cause of the .many one hall are talking of the elimination duly elected and qualified and the complement of members accepted by (_

ENGINEERAND and large catches of fish by of sectional hatred In the United Chief of the Fire Department khan be the City Council, or absent from three

I SURVEYOR. to while others contend that,there States In the next hall there may not elected by a majority of the city council consecutive fires, shall be disbanded ;.
Hahn In like manner ana at the same and the Chief shall take possession ot ;
_attrr Public for HUto AI Luce. PuOcnlmrAttrnUoa luck about It and that he catch be a company teaching the people time as provided ky ordinance for the such
city property as It may have in
*( .stoeovtrFoMofflce,-I Yes to tafr-Dlvbluif, Lue Tnct > fish because he was born and that Uncle Tom was killed in the election of City Attorney City Surveyor charge. .
and !
MIAMI. FLORIDA.. \ on these waters, and probably South because he was good." and City Physician to hold Section Fifteen.-The City Council
j office for one year or until his successor
I the fishing grounds and fishing shall elect a Fire Marshall at the same
Is elected and qualified. The
t g. E.: EICHMONU, was the lower East Coast better than How's This City Council shall at the same time time and In like manner as rdabe-

Ic ;axes other man now following the busi- and In like maner elect a First and for,provided,for the election of a Chief
We offer One Hundred Dolan Reward
ESTATE. who shall hold office for
REAL ] 00; Second Assistant! one year or ..
t of taking out pleasure parties. for any case of catarrh that can- until his successor Is elected and '
tatNT PcftRtNC GRANT .AHD COMPANY j 00: Section Four-The City Council may
S'/TABT' PCBLIC I',, W. it luck or no luck Thompson not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. purchase such implements and appliances qualified The Fire Marshal"under the j

5j STATE AT LAKUKICTLEB i how or other manages to get J. Cheney & Co. as are used In extinguishingand direction of the Chief shall cooperatewith

t FLORIDA. big record fish than any other We the undersigned, have known F. guarding against fires, from time the regular, police force of the ?'
R. to time as It. may deem expedient, City, to insure order at fires, and to
on the bay J. Cheney for the last IS and believe
years, prevent theft and other cromes. He
WORLET and distribute the same among the .
.4' QZa, Co.'O will be remembered that he led him perfectly honorable In all several! fire companies; provided shall restrain and prevent any interference

ATTORNEY AT LAW. tarpon fishing last season U well business transactions and financially that such fire fighting apparatus shall by the public with the workof ti

;Qcswnl practice U state... Pdenl Courts ment In many other kinds of fish caught able to carry out any obligations made remain the property of the city; and the Fire Department and disperse e

in.baslatas entnsled will receive prompt atOOes zation It did look aa If there was a good by his firm. (provided, further that any such ap- crowds at fires., mobs and riotous. assemblies
u. paratus now on hand the property of
Brows's$u ldlnt.Av..D and Ittb$t. of luck about It, but now that an. Walding Klnnan It Marvin, the city, may be delivered to any Fire Section Sixteen.-Tne Chief of the

HLA1IL FLORIDA. time season has rolled around fie Is Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O. Company now or hereafter organized Fire Department shall have power to

I TAKX3 't.SAMJEB! die, & up his same old pace, and to Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally or distributed between several com- suspend any member or company of

another record he brought In acting directly upOn the blood panies that may be organized under the Fire Department for any act calculated
AND : this ordinance. as the City Council
., ATTORNEY and mucous surface. of the system. to cause a disturbance, or bring
the fishing grounds Sunday, shall deem proper. It shall be the disgrace on the Department until suck
COUNSELOR AT LAW. We he had been for the day with Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents duty of the City Council to see that the time as he can bring the matter before a

eo.-ul.aDd Real Z Utc La.... Ae.t for Camden and party aboard per bottle. Sold by all druggists. property of the Fire Department Is the City Council. In cane of any
FMclfcy tad Derooal' Co.,B&lUJDon.lI4. < In to control and direct
lion kept good order -
Take HaiFs.Family Pills for consti between
disagreement companies: officers
#? Omen or WATIOV BLOCL Lock Box a Barracuda the first herring hog-
I .. wraps pation. the Department and see that all or members on account ot Insubordination -
ULVML FLORIDA. Our ever captured according to fish laws relating to fires are properly ex neglect of duty or otherwise

.. !I the In these or other south Atlan ecuted. The City shall own and the the same shall be referred> to
MITCHELL D. PRICE. for I waters, and three large shark. NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. I j I Council shall have control of. all the the City Council for Its action.F

w na All persons concerned will take no- j I property belonging to the Department Section Seventeen.-The Fir Deloartlllent
call herring hog Is a fish of the por- j fur the prevention and cxtlngui!hraent
Attorney at Law and I tlce that six months after date I will shall have the managementof
I :: |I species, spotted In color and of fires, except that which is the property all tires and Its officers may preventany
4 in Chancery. i present my final accounts and vouch of the several companies having
It feeds and w
w2t game. on herring I Interference with the Department
l I I ers as executrix of the estate of JohnJ. been bought and paid for by them.
Dee: flttrhft BMMIAMI.. FLA small fish, hence its name of I I or any of its companies or members
.Y t ,'I hog." It was about six feet Hayden, late of Dade County' deceased Section Five.-The City Connell may in the performance of their duty. At tt
SEEDS I to the County Judge of said I I I at any time put the engine and other any and all fires all persons may be i-
and weighed 250 pounds.I '
I I county and pray for my final discharge I apparatus of the Department under required to keep beyond a certain line
Max I II shares were about the aver I such care and control and management to be designated by the FIre Marshal
as executrix of said estate.FLORENCE .
from Grower to COnsnmer,1 I the i size and they, with the herring I as it may determine. or duly authorized member: of the fl.Iartment .-
acting in his behalf and
: the 1 attracted more than usual inter Section Six.-It shall not be lawful any f
RO\VX UNDER MY I' I Executrix Estate of J. J. ilaJen. De- for any organization of firemen to be person refusing to do so. or who shall i
a i on the rack at the hotel dock. I violate any reasonable requirementof
I ceased. collected with the fire department unless
OWN SPECIAL CAREXO death, any of the officers of any Fire Com
accepted by the City CounciL
January 13. 1005. 114 Cm
OLD SF.ED.TMtarr I. there, NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Section Seven.-Any engine, truck, parry or of the Fire Department, In regard
I hose cart, hose or other articles used to the management of a fire or
Twnti.t Tomato Seed 'I.D 'b injury the of that has
per protection property
I by the Fire Department, not the property
;:? W.aad G.... Beau a.4 haa.. 4jM! f't baAddrtu. torn annual meeting of the stock Amend Section Twelve (12) of been threatened with, fire, shall o*
:. of the City, shall only be with- '
'.. JOSEPH E. PFEIFER. Mr of the Chaw ft. Harney, incor Article Nineteen (19) of the Ordinances -I notice conviction, be fined not exceeding
bBOWlB.lOKLANDO drawn upon sixty days written
fifty dollars or be Imprisoned not
1 exceeding
of Miami Rlatlng
of the
City -
will be held at their office
'i to ,
Council and
FLORIDA. to Streets and Sidewalks.Be to the City ; no engine, thirty days, or by both fine
close Miami. Fla. on Monday, me 16th It ordained by the City Council truck, hose -.t. or hose or other article and Imprisonment,. at ithe discretion i

ai The :;New River Drug Co.. 'He 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m. of Miami that section twelve (12) of shall be received Into the service of the Mayor.Section .
J. O. article of the City except on this condition. El&hteen.-No
and Saxelby, Secretary. nineteen (19) of the Ordinances company or
0. WILDER. Proprietor. -- of the City of Miami, in relation Section Eight-No engine or other member of a company shall open any

.** Droa. Medicines Toilet Articles.Perfumery. per William Hand, of,this city ''to streets and sidewalks, be, and the apparatus used for extinguishing; or water hydrant of the Miami WaterWorks
him I same U hereby amended so as to readas preventing fires, shall be assigned to except by order of the Chief
.' Etc-. Etc.' leave shortly for'Sanford. Fla, private used
It Is follows: any use or enterprise or or officer In charge.
FORT LAUDERDALE FLA.1fOTICII. glee for the' next month or two, he Section 11-All sidewalks constructed therein or carried beyond the proper Section: Nineteen.-no bonding osi

make his headquarters, while en or replaced, In accordance with the place assigned to It. except for repairs fire, or threatened with fire shall be r
-w a few ) In superintending some bridge requirements of this article within without the written consent of the, blown up, polled down 'or otherwise

ing the limits of the City of Miami shall Chief of the Fire Department and approval .i destroyed by the Fire Department or .'
To Whom It May Concern : that on one of the Flagler railroads.! be constructed of stone brick or cement by the Mayor. I any Company or member thereof, ex 1

Don't answer the advertisement of would News. New Jersey. and of a width specified in the noVice Section Nine.-It shall be lawful for cept by order of the Chief with the
C. L Ivi$, ID this paper regarding provided for In section ten (10)) or any engine, truck or other apparatus. approval of the Mayor and In the ahsence -, z

lands 'for eitrcs fruits or vegetable No More Stomach Troubles. this article; and shall be protected bya drawn by hand In going to or returnIng of the Mayor, ,by the President :r
,;, jrrowiBjr, unless you want the best I substantial curb, of like materials, from a fire to take the most avail of the City Council ,
Un 'Miami near school house ant thickly stomach trouble Is removed by less than four inches, on the ride next horses shall keep on the public high shall provide suitable quarters for the 'a

,settled ;neighborhood: at prices that It I use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It the street. Such sidewalk shall be set ways. Any damage done to private several companies of the Fire Depart.Y1t'nt..and r,

defy competition. 89 been the stomach perfect rest by di to the grade and line to be obtained property by any Fire Company through may make smell appropriation -
for their
carelessness or neglect In returning support and maintenance
true, what without the stom of the City Surveyor, for furbishing
you eat from afire shall be borne and paid for as It may deem proper. It may alsoprovle
W. C. MAYNARD, in&j aid. The food builds up the body which the Surveyor shall be laid by by the member or members at fault, for the payment of stated salaries

rye rest restores the stomach to the applicant a sum not exceeding; two provided always that no Firs Company to the officers and members of
before don't dollars (12.00. The construction of shall be liable for any damage the Fire Department.. a
You have to diet your
such sidewalk shall be enforce-I In the done to private or public property that Section Twenty-one.-The constitution -
when taking Kodol Dyspepsia manner provided for in section four encumbers a Street and by-laws of each company of X13

J. D. Erskine, of Allenvllle, (4) of this article; and in addition Section Ten.-Fire Companies shall the Fire Department shall be submitted
I ., says: "I suffered heartburn and thereto any violation: of this sectionby he responsible for all property belonging to the City Council for Its approval "'
A time. any person persons, firm or corporation to the City In their possessionand and the names of all oQcers s
: xJEWELER AND OPTICIAN.!'. trouble some My sail be punished by a fine not they shall receipt to the City of the several compan1 upon election i
Perfect fittlngveay wearing glasses In-law had the same trouble and exceeding twenty dollars ($:000) or Council therefor nl the time of deliv shall be certiaed to the City Coon-

: are great comfort. With our extent edy not able to eat for six weeks. She Imprisonment not exceeding ten ((10) cry. Such property shall be subject ell for ratification or rejection.

/ 'sire apparatus and large espenence out entirely on warm water! After days. to the inspection of the Chief at anytime I Passed this 20th day o( December.

j.4 Ibereft no guess work. Trice ret heals : two bottles of Kodol Dyspep- Passed this 20th day of December he may deem proper. The Chief' 1904. F. W. HAHN t
/_' "sonabl*. We repair Watches, Clocks sure A. D. 1901. F. W. HAHN shall make a complete report in writIng .' President of Council '
} Cure ahe was entirely cured. She
to the City Council. at the first
a Jewerly and Spectacles. A portion of Attest: President of Council Attest
ycnr trade Wee for. Located on AT eats heartily and Is In good health Clerk.' regular meeting after any City election M. R.Kellum s
M. It. Kellum City
Quo D between 12tb and 1Kb Sta..h .- Hazel I am glad to say that Kodol gave Approved this 2
.... they poBM>ssion of the Fire Department Approved, this 24th day of Decem ,'
.. W. MAYHARD, Instant' relief. Sold by Biscayne A. D 1904. JOHN SEWELL Section Eleven.-All engines and I. ber. ISM. JOHN SEWEIJi -
Jeweler.Dndats OpMchM Drug
i Co. Mayor other apparatus used by the Fire Dot i >*[\\d Mayor. ,,

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t. RACING EVENTS j! While; in Jacksonville the other dal> :| AS ENTERTAINERS:' .

| a representative, of the ; I
ft' -----. the pleasure of being shown through'I Yr i

I ...... 1
r I he extensile plan' and II I a ..
# Palm Beach Fls, Jan. :S. (Si.eclahThe I 1i' Business .
i he E. O Painter Fertilizer!: Blocks
opening of lha First Intcrnt C.olllllanY'i The State Federation delegates and 'k'
J .
tb; M> lUe IIICMJciit: IIr C. 0. I'a.intr.To :
r tional )IoU>rboat Regatta; ant Carol cocftss that the extent of this! I the Miai.il 1a..lies' Afternoon Clul' j I t'Io f'1II-- "-.

} vat next utcU will bring to LaU acre entertained yesterday aCt'rtwI\
business revelation is I
was a putties: I

Worth one of the largest 1'itts yi il but (t.oj mildly and ii.any of \the poo I ..;. : ,;';:;,:..'; L, ; :Z;;..:;..:.(' :-:;' Gl a!. .
which hate ever been otlccic I
i pie of Florila. like the writer, have! at Cocoanut Gro\c. The HousekoopTh 1! I
together at my point In Florida. Th-
Jttr occasion will be one .which will attract very little Idea -of the, wonderful] I h.nl'n working sC'eral'1IoCC"S j Along Twelfth Street.. I

[rottth," of the business: of the cones'I
the attention: of )"a lh.g: ao on their plays of cntertainniert, anil,/ 9
pan and the huge proportions to
motorboat circles from all paints from the time the launch Pocahontas
ahlch It hag !frrovtn," In so short & time.) i,
+ Every entertainment will be accord carrjiiig thj visitoia left the Royal ,
For instance, seven years ngo thcompany will gl I\'C n good idea of the
X' eel the visiting delegations, and, al bi.., dork at 2 o'clock) filled with; you
did In twelve months $37.0001 I
boatmen ant visitors affordel a tart the 'guests until! the last goodbjes I character of the residences and stores along
aorth of business, while this year Y
etJ' of, entertainment which. It aJ.li were sail In their beautiful .Miami's busiest
their sales will reach about $100.000( '. : thoroughfare 'tal
c tton to the races and program of tb house lit the "Groie." there was dUlo'1
and they often pay for one cargo of
regatta, win make the event, race loin! lelightfiil) stream of kind
material now much more than their
to be remembered In pleas'trts anccontests. The trip down or. the launch
wan a
full year's business amounted to four I
treat to all, especially to the visiting

'To,the end that the Tlsttlns! yachtsmen I years ago. ladies, many of whom have never
The day the writer was making an IVE
who. come, to Palm Beach uex been here before. There was constant SIDE
" week inspection of the plant the French
may be suitably entertained expressions vt surprise and apprecia
''" steamer, "Belle Isle, was discharging:
that department bas been placed U 1 Lion and I ho Miami ladies on board I l a.
the at the Painter warehouse a ca.go of
v; hands'of an entertainment com spent the time answering questions
potash the charge on which was $45.- e' r
of prominent cottagers anc and showing objects of Inter".".
vt 000.00, and Mr. Painter said that his .
At the suggestion of MrFred When the I '
landing was made the .
" company has paid as much 'as $CO.OOO Is only I four blocks from the business center and Is destined to become the t
Bterry. the genial manager.01 visitors were escorted to the Housekeepers
the for one ship-load of material recently. fashionable residence district of MIAMI. ,
. Hotel Koyal Polnclana, a crane Clubhouse where the
They Import their potash from Germany receplion Last year there were thirty thousand people registered at one hotelIn
i recalls: ball will be given on Frida committee composed of the
; nitrate of soda from South this city, and two-thirds!! as many more at the other popular resorts lit ,
erenlng:, February 3. Mrs. Carpenter Mra. Lbnl ,
America; bone from Calcutta, and pyrites ; ve this city, making 50,000: visitors In all. This year it Is believed that nearly
The beautiful ball roen of tJ-3 .M" PiwkPtf Mm Math" and Mm ; r
Roya1 and other material froa abroad. r twlr that ....nv will rAfvi H.*. fn* th. vlft...,.

Polnclana.; Uironzh Mr. Sterry kind I I Bush met them and at once 4 beautl.11 of these w
I Many vislfbrs purchase a building site and erect a winter
They have recently purchased, rebuilt I i
.....will be
placed at the disposal t>i ful club register in charge 'of Mrs \ horne. this ,naturally Increases the value of property ,
enlarged and thoroughly equip- t
.r j-fit/ ,commlue and will be elaborately Gilford was presented for sig Now, then do you want a good Investment "
; .ped the Little Bros. Company plant in
,decorated In honor of the occasion natures. Tho clubhouse was mast If so, read this:
South Jacksonville where they havea
The,flag*.of the various artistically decorated In greens, and
visitin complete factory for making acid We have been advertising ouf RIVERSIDE property, for a short time .

.yacht dabs will all hare prominent phosphate and sulphuric acid. in white and yellow the club colors and you are probably familiar with the promises we made. Today If you

.y soidtlans U the hall decorations Sao The color scheme was carried out will walk down to our property you will see that we have carried out our

the occasion,, will prove among th Their offices and factory proper are most cleverly in the bunches o! quum 1 promises. You will see a force o. laborers engaged In paving the lower at
located on the St. Johns river. alongside
.erects of the week's. program. quata and yellow and white streamer end of Twelfth street which Is fast becoming the Broadway of MIAMI. ;
the F. E. C. Ry. track where they
Sir: Thomas E. ,Dew r. M. P., otIrfindan festooned around cocoanut fronds auo 1
have recently completed a mammoth
England, who la BOW at Or glistening citrus ICI\yes. .
building. It is 75 feet wide by 400 feel c.
r :&oacS. with Mr. Henry M. Flsglerall' The afternoon was taken up by tht 1 .
long practically two stories high the s
act u referees, and tlu list or jndgera regular literary program of the Fed 1
basement floor being used for storing Buy now and get on the ground floor. $300 '
; ,which has been -announced include > I eration. The brilliant women taking j
and mixing. There are five large airy
ex-Commodore rt F. Griffin of thoBarawater'Yacht'CJub part seemed to have been given evei !
and 1-third cash bal. in 1 23
business offices, a hugo vault and a, $450. years
of the
; Lieut. HugtL. I more lower by the beauty surroundings .
complete laboratory. Mr. Painter is
;.vnnoughby, Mr. A. J. McIntosh Mr I and they brought forth the
assisted by several bookkeepers, billIng -
Joseph Jefferson and others. The Um : greatest enthusiasm. After tne program
and shipping clerks and stenographers
ter en will be'experience men from Ne. was finished-while the ladles
; and the business offices give:
York, so there can be no doubt about receiving club wade weir dual ar H. Tatum &
_,b one some idea of the Immense volume] I Company
the, time records.; rangements for the banquet-the visitors

of the transactions dally taxing place. LJ.
The roes win be ran under tht were taken over to the library
Only a few years ago Mr. Painter
;R Handicap rules of the American Power building, then down the trail to see '
began the manufacture of fertilizers '
Boat Association, every craft havinr the homes along the bay as far as
in a very small way and by making
a chance In some event or other Mr. Kirk MUD roe's. This walk was ,
nothing but the purest, high grade -
elaborate plans ore being made U Just what was needed to make then
goods, by honest dealing, by selling
decorate among the local-boat owner* ready for the good things to come and
for cash and by giving his personal .t.
,for:the ,illuminated parade and the the remarks of pleased wonder at the
fctUiiitiun to the details of every de- '
flower smirk transformation scene In the clubhouse
vartue.it he baa In :Jits Blurt time
,Four yacht dubs will be represented on their return were certainly
put his company at the head of the
including the Lake Worth Yacht genuine. .
; list and to the-Jllace'where stock in

Club at the regatta to almost their There were sCyentr-lIve guests seated SEVEN REASONS WHYFOLEY'S .
it is gilt-edge and almost unobtain
foil .strength. Fleets Jill, be her at the exquisitely appointed tables. ;

from the ,,Halifax River Yacht Club able.The The big n/und table In the center was
capital stock is now but $:::50"-
v the llbert'. Bar, Yacht Club, iron: graced by twelve of the most prominent i
000, and it Is only by doing businesson
,the'Indian Hirer and Biscayne Bay women, while six other tables
a rash basis that the company i* 'R
Clubs The"ftags of the Cleveland elaborately decorated seated the other
} : enabled to do such a large amount of :
: Ohio, Yacht Club,' will be flops from: ; guests.

several) of the regaUa,4Joot. Other it during the year. The menu was one of the most elaborate
As an instance of the care with
official flags win be teen IA'addJtloL I and sumptuous ever preparedby
which every package of goods't. put '
e to the local clubs. ibo Housekeepers' Club and In
it was noticed that they mix but
)Many of these boats have already up fact one of the most bountiful ever tsr
c. one ton at a time, and that every sack
} reached Miami; 'a.4 win sail up It.. : served at .hIs popular resort Mrs.S. .
is known to be ui- to the highest
company with a'terse reprcseniatiocof i V. R. Carpenter president of the
standard of purity and excellence, as
: coats from that port, to remain ontil 'club, was toast mistress, and in a
't well as of full weight, every sack be- HONEY AND TAR
after the races. There is el'11D i most appropriate manner Lid the
ing carefully weighed ,ny automatic
zeUatlon that there will be an unusual' scales. I, guests welcome to the hospitality of

h gathering :of motorboats, yachts and the club.'.
Farmers an over Florida know the
'j ''houseboats hire for the races and that i Mrs. Kraemer sang delightfully, and
value of Simon Pure goo 4 a, and those
:, the great automobile enthusiasts 'bo'have ; I by request Mrs. E. T. Byingtoa played
who have ever tried then once need .
pthered'at Onnond for the au : ; and then a
4 Dixie on the piano sang
no urging; to continue their use and is Household Favorite for
tomobfle races will come here for the solo, while Mrs. Crockett read an a Everywhere
A all that has been said applies to all
water carnival.'. : amusing and Interesting story. All
brands of these goods whether for orange
,On 'Saturday' lnc or February I ; in all the evening was most pleasantly r

; I ,4;,the fast motorboats,win leave here and citrus fruit trees or for any spent and the event and the hospitality Coughs Colds Group Bronchitis Pneumonia
and kind of vegetable
1 with the beginning of an endurance every crop. : of the Housekeepers' Club, of Cocoannt ,
In addition to'the fact that: they
lace to Miami. Key West and Havana Grove will long remain pleasantly '

g, The' 'details ,of' this endurance: Tact another make the very very potent highest reason grade for goods the I in the minds and recollections' Grippe and all other Throat and Lung TroublesIlt

have rot yet been completed! but ii of those win were Us guests.
wonderful success of the Painter Fertilizer
will' excite,inch: Interest thrcnshoti' This Morning's Session.
is their belle in and t
A motor'circles and those Interested It Company! This mornin;s session of the Fed

boas 'Other aces for the motorboats constant use of "printer's ink." Theyare eration vas; held according; to program quickly stops coughing, tickling in throat:: difficult breathing! ,

'w ',WU1 arranged at Miami and Key liberal advertisers, and! having a at the Fair building and was pain in the chest and lungs.

West.wMla"the"run from Kty West good: thins: they push-it along and devoted to receiving the reports from

to' Havana.across the open tea 'tit'. keep name constantly and advantages before of the the people"Simon the various comrcittcts. tfj) It immediately relieves the spasms: of Croup and Whooping ,

s, be a.decidedly'interesting experiment: I Pure" brands! of fruit and vegetable 'Mrs. C. W. Cardrer made an Inter =a Cough and effects a speedy cure. '

cstiiis: report from the Ladies Afternoon
Club ind paid a most boautlfal j It contains other and be with
The first of a aeries of several coda They have recently purchased a their \late I ffo no opiates or poisons can given
tribute to the memory : :
; events to be given by the mem' If printing press with mailing list attachment men-ber and friend Mrs. B. B. Tatum I' Qy safety to children and delicate persons. ,

g I 1 Den of the..Miami fire department foraY anj will make use of it In who one of the club's charter ,

'the'purpose of "encouraging friendship keeping the users cf fertilizers con I members was and one of its mOil enthusiastic i I II J It contains: no harsh expectorants to strain the lungs cr astringents '

and sociability: was held last night reminded of the virtues of i
at t ataotly I workers nnl promoters I to dry the secretions and cause constipation

$ !, department heiidquartera. Simon Pure goods. They lore also By invitation, Mrs. McCabe, of the I II
The eient tended by almost [ out tbonsadd!. of the hand r
was trending I| Georgia Federation of Women'' Clubs It prevents Pneumonia rnd Consumption strengthens the.! lungs
4 entire nf the department calendars to be seen in the I
an membership soTnest 5

2 and,_a number; of invited guests,I.|I State, and besides this they are liberalin j j i addressed subject the matter meeting cf great auJ Important propounded : and cures LaGrippe and i:.; af-sr; effects.

inclutllns?Mayor Sewell nearly the I the matter of giving premiums at
I| and interest to tho club, that on the It will and Asthma in the and
entire board, of aldermen and, members Fairs, and they are generous In the littrary work being asp clary Inter Q cure Consumption early stages

1 of the"press. The evening was patronage'of newspapers. "]i eating and instructive. At the session give comfort and relief in the most hopeless cases. .

demoted topeech.making. Intcrspcrs It should; be and is a source cf satisfaction this afternoon officers for the ensuing I

"' ed.with refreshments, game, cigars, to the growers and users of year will be elected, and tonight a ) It i is pleasant to take and at once produces a soothing and

Chief, the other offi know that they can deal 7
etc. Ilardle and fertilizers to '
will\ to ten- effect th '
I complimentary reception strengthening on ? .:"lgs.
y,{ dais of:"tne/dcpartment spaiing nor with a firm which Is honest and upright
dered the ladies at the Royal Palm ,
pains provide for the comfort and not simply because it Is the best Manager Merrill, which U assur '

pleasure of hose assembled. policy to be so, but because It Is a by anco that it wiU bo an elaborate af-j i A Siren Cold For Three Months.' A Chattanooga Dru!gist's Statentnf.Robert :: .

9 .! matter of principle and right Those fair. The foliating letter from A. J. r.t.JI..f1.: uf Tines- J. Miller, proprietor c.f tte Read Home Drag

.I who know Mr. Painter personally.know yUle, Ind., tells its own story: "I suffered for three Stare, of Giirtnoo, Ten:'!.. antes: "There is

f ton that' they hal enjoyed a most i! him to be a man of'the highest A Guaranteed Cure roe Pilrc. months with a severe cold. A druggist prepared: me more merit in FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR than la

whose some medicine, and a physician preserved for tne, any other couch! syrup. The calls for It multiply won.
These Christian man -
a rotrudIn
pleasant and enjoyable evening Integrity; Itching, Blind Bleeding! or
yet 1 did not improve. I then tried fOLl r'S HONEY derfutly and 1IIe sell BOO ef it Cua all o&cr cwijli'ruf !
events will be given once each month word is his tond. Such a man cannot ; Files. Druggists refund money if AND TAR and eight doses cured me." s)- cocbmod." ;y
Pozo Ointment fails to cure case
and it Is evident that they w,l become and will not undertake to lICe how lit J
no matter of how long standing. In C
: popular and be the means of bringing tie. but bow much he can da for his to 14 days First application Rives SOLD AKD RECOMMENCED BYRED

;, ,the members of the department in patrocs for the money he receives ease and rest EOc If your a"U autst .

' t closer unity than they have ever been from them and as such an one ha Is hasn't It nenil LOc in stamps.aml will:
t): forwarded to yea post paid bj tarts
r hetore.y commended by this paper. Medicine C&. St. Louis lies CFsLOSS: PB.A.B..lI.1.A..C"Y"ji : : : rr



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