The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00088
 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: February 17, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00076100:00088
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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;; JACKSON1ILLL HhS TERRIBlE TRfiGEDY GHALEENGER GOVERNOR'S PARTY bility:ti-s,> ',s.t.t th of reto.draining the aUra..a Cote the nor Hvprglaile. aril Dro'WlirJ: trihua an ex

  • ,>rii<'I.t hi-i w'!lf as vuli pleased' am! )

    LOWERS\ RECORD PASSED THROUGH .... ,. .:-t.h.: : h.. :._., MRS., EDWARDS! '
    ; ; The outing! was: guest nJ..e,1 an- t

    .. ..- much valuable data on the Question. f

    , =. -- I '"r U'.lenaKiui, under contoiiiplatiou, : '"

    ffe the Man Who Had Ruined the Girl's Life and Was On Trial Fcr I II SECONDS FROM THAT MADE COME DOWN FROM PALM --- -- SENTENCED TO BE HANGED TO- (
    -v' His Crime When Shots Were Fired. !
    But After a Fierce Fight it Vanagec I
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    : : the side and once in the breast. Mrs. I to Escape.
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    fi Freeman was wounded in the check! I 4

    ; DETECTIVE GAIIOON and arm. Riley C. Dowlin,; had a : In three attempts to lower Ler best lI'v.1 While fishing: on the hanks Tucs- Heading. scwatch
    I tuning been on the water: Pa, Feb 15,--Th>j death i
    miraculous escape. One bullet cut'off day Captain Chas who I
    Thompson, had
    record and that of 2:04 25 n.ade at I of :Mrs Kate El wards
    the of his collar and another eral days and journeying!; south by the {i
    corner gone out with General Spillman and
    ALSO WOUNDED\ I Palm Beach two weeks ao. the motor '! I led to hang tomorrow reports that she
    I Pu!<.cd through the lapel of his coat inland passige from St. Aiifustme. party aboard the Darracuda, harpooned Old! ;;
    i boat not sloop last night and rpfuse4 ;
    Challenger:! owned and steered -
    The police were summoned and re-i I |j (!o\ .rnor N. B. Brouard, Governor a giant Uackfixh, and after a fight food this morning. '
    sponded to a hurry call with the patrol : by \V. GouM Iro:-aw. in the lower i ,Ii, or oonsi.lorable! time and after tho Psh
    (1 i \V. S, Jennings; State Ch"n.st! K. E. If the tecutlon takes place the oiL
    wagon. Constable Herndon placed'' bay and ,mile this I had Bern hot :Mr. of (
    ov!r a one course, ; by Hart the elms
    i say must
    , i N carried to the ,
    ' [AND" MOTHER AND OFFICER WILL Loadholtz and Joseph Brown brother I! morning as many times K'ictt-eded,President;t I ; I II !|, Kojal Palm Hotel, the line parted and scaffold and that she will probably b4: 'X

    DIE-THE TERRIBLE TRAGEDY of Miss May Brown, who was a specta- j I i '' it was lust.Daring .
    I and not only was a srcouj or a fraction j O. l.li-a" on, cf the Coast Canal and i| stripped to a board. 7."
    WAS PRECIPITATED IN JUSTICE tor. under arrest and sent them to the I the fgl-t, th" gnat fsh lowfed
    Truh.-portation Company and 0thtr. : GleWlOD ;;!tpt bouiii'.ly! and has
    of n Xgiven
    I from the
    a second clipped roeut
    FERRIS' COURT BY MOTHER OF I county jail. Mrs. Drown and Mrs: )II j jI |" the Harraciula about lh- same as
    in th" late I II |
    r .irruc.l city Tuesdayafternoon up hope of being
    I ; parJoaed.
    "THe. c..tlArc.uoltiL.. Ht tanrlINO'TO I rttuii&u fet:.tf ""uv,,", uj mil. uutuc i .. ." ,1-' _, ... ..._ ..,.... '" '-- ,H
    I aboard the little yacht LieI I" ---- '
    :. SHOOT THE BETRAYER There were six fcho.s Srea. The reI I hem sere sent drifting to leeward. I /'h;az C.1 that C..paa: TSapsouhas a
    not, Captain I. D. Potter eommandlng. ,i I" I I Respite Granted.Harrlt .
    WHO RETURNS THE SHOTS volver taken. from Ixmdholtz was > 1! Th conditions were rot at all favora'lo harpooned, the frt Hl-s r? two
    The party came here from Palm !ur Pa., Feb. 15.-Nelthoc
    ':WITH ABOVE RESULTS. :S2-calibre:! Smith & Wesson, Improved, I' fir the race ncairst ttoe A1! :; vats ago and it get hug; loose after a
    rxirh % la the canal l lain ; therelonday |' :Mrs Edwards) or Gleason will be hanged ;
    and had been fred the times there being stiff south wtnl prevailed and a : hard fM f ; in nitirh the same manner
    ; \ and proceeding at Insure to tomorrow, council: for both prison r
    cartridge left in It. Another t! dbl! the .
    one choppy sea making it anything' as one yesterday.The '
    t Fort 1 1-aiulk'rJale, from which place TS asking the board to continue! the
    . pistol was found on Justice Ferris but inviting for record time but Mr. Eer,1 blackfij-h is a species of the r
    -t I : they went up Little river to the I case of :Mrs Edwards so bat the can c
    desk with one chamber empty. Mrs Brokaw had con' j I II whale and betwcn the size of the small!
    .Iepce In
    Jacksonville Flo : ass bloat
    " TeD. 13.::-During /gndes.:: : Hc'urnlns: to the town they be examined! as to the authenticity of

    i,# a preliminary trial of James Lu hollJ. Brown's revolver was a :SS-calibre: and and It Is well that he did for otherwise renamed: over night! and yesterday softback and porpoise. The average her confession ethonoratln: Gleaaoa ;

    in *'charge of bastardy la Justice FeriXi had been fired three times. the remarkable time crc4itod l would came on down the bay, and without weight; Is from f.OO to 2.000 /'ounII.i of any connection with the cocinils&lOB

    _* *'.court this morning the mother oft One of the shots intended for Load probably- never have been made. stopping' went to the beach on the'|i They are exceedingly game and have of the crime. 4

    *|lag Brown the injured party, and holtz struck Detective Cahoon. Po The first test was made wish wind other side where an inspectloa of the Ito i bo harpooned or shot to captureI On this representation the boa!4

    :l;chief witness against the accused 1 t toWhippcJ licemen J>.. V. Joyner: and: Dr. J. H and tide or from the south. The boat i liovornnient work on the new deepwater i I them. Thre were three of them toI continued tha ease sal! Governor Pen-

    Pittman, who were present as specie steered and raced the I [tether yesterday and In hopes of getting J
    ': out a revolver and thud at11'Qe j eay part Tar channel was made. They also nvpacker U now free to jicr"In the mat-
    defendant. "j tore stated that they saw Mr*. Brown pon,' acting as Blake boat at. terrific viewed the Jetty and from there came i I I another try at them Captain ter.

    Ludholta I fire the first shot and that she aimed speed. A comparison of the stopwatches 1 and proceeded the Miami Thompson has gone out again: to day L.
    drew a revolver and returned across up ,
    J the Ire, killing the daughter the weapon at Loadholtz. showed that the mile' had ; river to the tram load leading into the'I with the same party who are eager A TERRIBLE SCENE.

    sand dangerously wounding the mother been made In 1 minute and 45 2!,5 seconds I 'Glades. The afternoon was hpent In and Intense In the desire to effect the

    ad Detective W. B. canoon. Boat Owners Kick. or 23 1,5 seconds lower than the |I. that locality, and again returning to capture of one of the monsters. Bridgeport N. J,, Feb. 15.-Frank

    5r' ':he _.,.,.,o'-r "M"o .:,"o"........:_.'" w'l .".'e. Those yachtsmen and pleasure boat Lake Worth time.' the Linnet they came to the Royal I I Reisini; was ,hanged here today for 4..
    :":2't''/Ludholtz was not Injured and is InK owners at the Royal Palm dock and I Eatr! ..is! recess Mr. Brokaw Palm dock and landed. Among the prominent guests at thE lot u....lief v> .... wu<.. }

    IjjtlL others having their crafts moored or I: then drove the Chalenger to windward This was about dark and proceedingto Royal Palm are Mr. and Mrs.! 1L A. The rope broke as Reisinger's body

    anchored in the river from the month or over the return course to the the Biscayne Hotel dinner\at! had i Parsons of Cleveland O. Mrs. Par- rebounded hack from the drop and ,

    (The origin of this terrible crimea to the Avenue D bridge are complaining outer stake boat. The white wedge- i after '(' the party boarded the sons is a daughter of the late Senator his .bai struck a beam of the pcaffold-
    t the beginning of its publicity dates strongly of the manner in like craft cut her way through the north.bound train at 7:20 o'clock en Marcus A. Hanna, of Ohio and she Ing: breaking his neck. He was oO-

    ( >kack a few week ago, when Miss which certain boats race'ln an out of water like a knife and throwing a route to Jacksonville. and her husband are S3: much pleased dally pronounce*:1 dead ten minute 1a
    ., 'IBrown the dead ,
    girl'attempted to
    the river at high speed causing a sea steady spray of foam and water over i j The trip, as Is known, was made I with the climatlcal conditions [hall,, (sier, although bl- was kill Instantlyby

    |commit suicide by firing a bullet in to rise and jam their crafts against her deck, and drenching the driver : with a :view of determining'tho feasi they will make an indefinite: stay here the fall.. .
    ,?her body. She had first called on
    < the dock. This speed, it is said, is and wetting things up In generaL But -mow

    Xodholtz who was an employee of a practiced by one or two boats in she was going and It appeared to observers 'I rL L .. ..'t\IfI: ..SUSEFine .... .... Od ..,:U".QI1< -"-"" _.
    laundry, and. It Is aJleg ;d. remonstrat-
    '>,- wind and tide made no
    ticular, and while it is doubtful than:
    with him about his attentions to there is any law that could reach difference In her'bpeed, thoui:: it did,

    ther youug:; woman and after leav [ them, it would seem that the parties j j i and when the line was crossed at theflnibh
    gelling footwear fit foot
    JIng' the place ami into the to
    who are so inconsiderate of the welfare :| it was found that she had lost any
    street fired 'a pistol ball into her
    of other boats, would pans in and i ten seconds from the run up. but even ,
    cbody but the
    ,, injury was slight and I
    this the Palm
    at Beach time went
    out of the river at slower speed thus j --
    she lecovered.t .
    ,rapidly '
    relieving the complaint and knowing glimmering ly 13 1-5 seconds!:!

    She denied that Jealousy was the I, a care for the safety Of other boatmen Again coming up the bay and Jn-
    Jfeao.se; of her attempt at suicide and I ;
    and their crafts. bound to the river Mr. Brokaw let the Afwat'S
    H"aaJd that the weapon had been dis- SHOE STORE
    Challenger out a notch or two andcovered
    *<;charged- accidentally. Later htr conk the mile in 1:45 flat. Thus
    1 ;iitlon was discovered and the crime Found His Boat.
    Jujeaklng all of the three trials and es-
    to Lodholtz. He was arrested Two weeks or more ago Royal Palm
    11&14 -
    ta lijjilng a sew record for his boat j .
    t, charged with bastardy, and the crime dockmaster M. R. Kellum had his ma. The )
    records wit stand as they were
    \r|today Is the final! result. hogany finished rowboat stolen from a- -- ---.- -
    made under the proper rules und con __ ___ '
    H Miss Drown had been reared in the dock. He immediately advertisedfor --L ,
    ditions. Ralph Worthington, was official rl
    Jacksonville She belonged to a the same and offered a reward for
    starter and Mr. Thomas Costigan ,
    ,;Digits respected family, but fell des- Its return and also an inviting sum for r 1905 Spring t
    J. E. McDonald and a friend, were the i
    |kjH>rately In love with Lodholtz whosjBected vidence that would convict the thiefor I I
    Judges and offlclal
    timers. Quite a :
    her ruin. thieves. Nothing was heard of the L Goods Exhibition.
    crowd witnessed the trials ana thoroughly now on
    ttHf Detective Cahoon the wounded man boat however, until last Sunday whenit
    enjoyed the sport and excitement j Xy|
    fpooe of 'the most efficient officers was found in the possession of a I i '
    attending the efforts. It is
    (jC-rf the Jacksonville police ,force. He gentleman at Cocoannt Grove. Mr. able that Mr. Brokaw will prob-I. Finest good that are manufactured 14.tinllSchober, I

    |-jwaa ,a giant Instatnre and power and Kellum claimed his property and the tempt to break his best reco'd Drew-Selby, Norman & Hcnnett and Hanan makers ISi

    ii*" '. terror to evil doers. He'had been boat was turned over to him the gen. day another day this week. Largest and most up-to-date stock in the South to select (

    11; : an the force about four years,. but ow- tleman stating that he had found It from Shoes for walking, tor driving. for yachting -

    [".::'tag to his exceptional ability, about a adrift in the bay and carried It ashore. NO BIDS YET RECEIVEDFor for A'o1Cinand; for dress and evening w:ar. Made : ,:t-

    Hf jffcar ago was, promoted to plain Being certain that the boat was stolen of the foiling btock: French Kid. Patent Kid. Tan !
    Vici Kid. Tan Varnished Calf Skin White Duck : ,.:
    F f3othe* duty, and was fast makmfff from the dock by some person or perSons the Purchase of Bonds of Miami, .------- I '
    White Linen White Ca-tot. White Hack Tan ,
    a record for himself.-Ed.) Mr. Kellum is still endeavoring But They Must be Ir. by March 4. I blue pink and white Lid Dongnla: .. :' Ooze.: t
    !II"" to locate them and will push the case I R

    M- The following details of the tragedy U they can be found. Although the city bonds voted by !

    B:, occurring In the court room of Justice the tax payers and residents of Miamiin Do not buy uutil you visit our mammoth Shoe Store I '

    f'Ferris In Jacksonville yesterday morn. Will Turn Him Loose. the sum of $33,000, $20.000 for a1 f ryE

    K' bag, an account of which was given Ed Gaines, the negro city hall $10,000 for street improvements I;I .- / =:.-__::: --- --- -_ ,-,-.-.--- J yrt 1:;

    %lFexclusively by the Miami Metropolis days or two weeks ago by deputy I and $3,000 for fire department : ,At

    [ |to this city, are taken from the Jack- Sheriff Gore on a charge of apparatus bate been advertised for I I

    'F'/sonvUle :Metropolis: whch after de- committed murder In Georgia ten years sale for tome, time no bids or correspondence ; I ,"',

    I inning the trial says: ago Is still an occupant of the county relative to the same have I rs, 'I I)

    |i t .. As the spectators, witnesses and of- Jail with the probability however that been received jet by City Clerk Kel- H I ,'\"

    I cials were filing out of the court room be will soon be set at liberty as correspondence lum. J I I .,.;;:

    f .;2me words 'passed between Mrs. between the Georgia authorities According to the terms of the advertisement :j I -M4'

    r.3rvwa and Loa holt%. It Is alleged and Shed Frohock indicated ; oil bids! must be In by :' I j

    I' that :Mrs. Brown drew a pistol from that will not be able to establish 'I
    ;.: they March 4, \\h"n they are to be opened : I I Rl _
    r-:.' U dress' and began firing across theHRom his guilt or positive.Identity, and unless and, the s hale! 'f arv proposition Is sat I t e ie inn, ).t

    at Loadholtz. He, it is. said, at an officer comes for him at an isljc'ory, iLJilu,: The absence of bids, :' .-r.

    K;once. 'returned the fire. early date he will be released. hoI''H not to be considered tliat

    fi" ,There was a general.stampede whilet' th"y will\ f,-vr 01 that none will be j I I ifl I *

    the shots were being Cred.. Detective'Cahoon I A New Business Block. received, fur sort, instruments are I i n

    life who was sitting In the rear offfTthe I I Contractor F. W. Hahn has Just seldom filed/ until just bctor'lhs closeof ) 4 '1fF

    [ room, jumped, over the railing to : completed laying the foundation fora bids, which should allay tl fears I Pr 1

    li- disarm Loadholtz, and while thus enKgaged pew business block to be erected on that there nil not be any bidding for r '

    ,he was shot by a bullet from the east side of Avenue D between these bonds. :
    K:Mrs. Brown's pistoL The shot entered Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets J it'1Ri I '"

    E ja the back Just beneath the leftIB and which will completely fill up the Greeting Friend. : t.
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    shoulder. He was taken to St. Luke's between the Watson and Sturte- 'i ;
    space J. D. Gii'"h t1'r ''-', Ht who I i
    [ 1 Hospital and attended by Dr. J. H. vant blocks, thus making a solid blockof has hteu engaged for several months : ;

    K Pittman and ,Dr., Frederick Bowen.I structures. The building Is the past as captain of the F. E. C snag- i
    [L..who that the wound is dangerous _- ---_::= ,
    say property of Mr. S. A. Belcher and boat at wo--t In the ararnago operations -

    [[y tat not necessarily fataL will be 50 by SO feet in size with a near Fort Pierce, Is In town today

    lp: It win be remembered' that Cahoon twenty,foot celling, though there is a visiting his family and greeting 4 JOHN SEWELL & BRO.I

    E-was shot two wens ago in the leg by I probability that It will be made two- friends. Tonight Mr. Godmaa will go I -

    f'-* negro on Bridge street. i story instead of one, as now planned. to the homestead south of here for a

    Wft, May Brown fell dead from the bulletHftiat I The building will be of brick and will few days after hch! he will return to The'onlyexclusive shoe store in the city.Sowell's 1

    went crashing through'her brain contain two large store-rooms 25 by Fort Pierce.. He reports the drainage Show :-ot..r,'. 3'U' 12th Street. S .w "!"',,, Clothing Store, 1

    Bnd died almost Instantly wi:haut utBerinB SO feet on the ground floor and If the operations progressing: nicely and says I 3* 12th SL. v/we''s! T'li1"rinlstt.lhm: '; t, 3$'. 12tb :S;t. '

    a word. second story is added it will be devoted that much progress Is being made in \ .__ __ __ __ 0 ___ ,

    f";;', Ira. Crown was shot tv.lce. once in to office! and rooming purposes. relieving the low lands of water. ,... .. Hr .. ._..,., .= '.".L
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    T i Standing By Its Employers. I j, Russians Desire Defeat and only one reached this number. DEATH OF MRS. R. S. WILSON ;:: EO DAY,_ .::1

    MIA METROPOLIS. !!I As.,.as to be expected the Miami I, A ihstlccuit.hi'd Russian has writtenthe I I ihe V''risii.n' Scientists gained 5,739.: j ,0YALENTI

    >r-' ,I Record ruth"s to the rescue of the follow in.?; personal message to a and the Adventists :,:H::. { She Expires Yesterday Morning! Afteri .
    Reasons Why We Celebrate\ Feb. ]
    : oils Building. i county commissioners by sustaining fnoiiil In in s country: The X.'* Yorli [ the nuan-ruai strength; of the a Short Illness. 14.

    Fabllshed Every l-'nJay to the JletropB. j (heir action In repudiating existing Tribune sal s: ""For obvious renaIts. ja hart hcs, in tb.s ciuntry now stands :i -- I With Love and Charity.
    s .:B. Iitia. Pfcv S. Bjtk Den See.-ireau I! ontracts with the Fair Association \\'01.:11lot: 3o tc give the wrier r'.. IS foiluvts. ::> roans I numbers C'aih The community shocked yes- ,, ,

    Tee Miami PriCtlD\lOrnpIDj, sJ 1 the Ti'iH s I'r.ion. I I j -.:')11.;' i>r f'lr.-iij-h: : any Lint: of h::! l.Knit I ic: !!. n.:::::.-,O(1"( ; .M.-i.: i st, crVioo:;! i I| tcrJay morning: at the news conveying, St. Valentines Day, tho dayI "

    --.-------- -- Tli' Hc'c'1 has be"n made: the : /. lie! b lon-45, haweter to j weal j ..aptist. :3.15: :: .'0); .' : 1..Mi.i'Oi), I celebrated
    bo death cf :Mrs. Ft !ita! Sutton Wilson the diluted world over laU
    Entered lu the Posiuffice at Miami 'ofiV :i.it or-rsn" l Iy Ilicse roiua'lssio! '' Infa..;: .ly \ its h is on tints: of tutsde I I'n->Li. te.ia.is, i i.1.1:;," "'; Kp.st.opal ,
    Fla, as Rcoiidlss ma"<-r. I "r' aii'l i is fi t". |I.Rl I UK Iolll h, nab 1 of )' St iii the lcl'r.allt.'u1': ; -::1,1,1. Ih-j] O7.00. r.f rcrut'I, t"'I! : \lI: I.tnerItoy l ;he bunted. wife ..f Mr. Ralph S. Wil: .uor of she also noted centuries <

    t. -The most Southern-.-- newspaper pub !! 'O..Ib' whatever the buard does must .,; n la't11 I lo n.ru.l'crs! of the \IUIII ry.j I I .-ait.s, ,M.VI.: : ::. o.hr chin h li.is sun, which; sad event occurrel! at the a-L j for his love a-.J charity, that It Is"

    i Iisb<* is II.D'IIS, :-1 'I./"\ In !, 3) -h-: C'ath: family h ,:ne at tb" corner of Avecue .I..ul' h >!l re.1| aaJ cd bra le.I in the

    States. "ilv ?'h- toners i till not lgln to ..i -.-.' :,' iws uniivu In Frtiuh o:. I .1..: t > ...1:. i ...i ., i.-i.. !.. If i F.j.,7: J and l I'our.li select at 1') o'.iock. i !: .fnicr so continue: uij: well known"J
    j i ri"i-<- .Vil I '::clt a'i.lt! which tit r of th' n-1 Cicss plc'ure pu'att J Jiii 'J") ': .'!, .11'.1 I.'.*'.'.' ". : \\1q"sl| 2.: ; j i
    to ail e.f
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    not been
    One :year. . .. . .?:2 0.. ;, Rtr! is cux har/hii hy; s; ink th '. \\ H have: Isfi-a" soJ! in tars ': IT.'lt.C; Pr s.irlc-i i!. <_ l. :.'.'-ti'l. i In goo I I
    Six mum ha. . . .... . If". '' tii.i.r tj iLo :Mf'rv.p.jli;<, uli.tli iai .11 I i rs I.) s- > rt|) 'lt.! fund: to ( .n,' : .Ih nf','ins ar. ul'7 sir.; (ruin 11.'!'h for :t im.bi-r: of years, en Ih 1 st.a! iiup, a-'corilm..; to some eo"

    pa/tag. (la a.lvamo' will r.- r u.'iTi' 1 lj do :: f'r nu'' h'n.;. Il-n ,.r ;ill1 ;' ';" !l' of Japanese I liI.s.! : | pure llua one i>.ii..i of taw: > i-li >!tin-In; I 11 l.ci-n fiilirg!!; nM'lly: : for t I--.asilial! vrinr.a) b..h-jp, ana ao-/"J

    i, celve a jxars subscription fur 1:1:! .' '. .. J a .. t :"a. I Ili ;..... "."t- A :J ..'.." 'M4I :.- .. ... ;.,, :;: .-_::., ira;'&:ate !, ;.;c: I II I .. ___- '! !ihs last ten t'.ays: thu _cndASS not cur ling to others: u Pr s'': mr: wad J> > '

    a and six im.i.ih; niliMt-ripiion fir ',:. t ;j'ia: In,. I.. jr? I.iur.i >' j 1'. I lisps than 1:1': I hi ti I XM: h-l to write thte a letter. .Vililim r KeX.'rtcy.: j,!I I thdiji Leaded, at l fume in the rues of. the
    I s. Liar, i II.: fail, at aft eslyhtr
    cents. This.i K a li'.i.-ral! I dwoui'i t Join I 4'.IU. t ai'j-.uj: : n.-tr.i i fur tin I"-Ir, aa 1 1I ..' i i- :'!11!. a1 111 mr /lilias! oa ti" u.'-. j jI Mc-: :, .. :.iror| C'lj.iJius (- \.II and was
    duce strictly alvanrc paymrna.COMPARATIVE I act I iha: off'Tsxaa I Lour I.I I. I ; h. \l1'r! j ii I ir-t-ti: I ui'ioiiiilar. an.l utni: j l i i : ; h r HKI.'I'SOI! It was Inl-vvol : y .i'I.i'r: t catonze.l.h, ; all Y' says.l'i

    ". I 111" ro'f'yt':\ l-u''trss< I'" coilII i1. u' our' ono ilf'st.Ve h >:>< th.a i live L' .:::< ;. i C n. f '" h. :h Ir'.' )li'iftiiird' ;>ni I fri-'M'ls hat 1 iaiprovi-.l, \ali.ilaie; was a .. an >,t mos

    I DISTANCES '". -dr'a! ;; tht'T'td'laonlhe :I-1.: i < \I.I I) .(""! the t "'S Cf to 'u'-]' main an I .. .n. ri': I..- |.iris., and l bj f.iuio for 1 1I hJ.:." '

    - -- Fr.." fur \\ h.' h a arrant 1 Its already! I.. nlravn [ !h. t I'j thr' Inin 1 rf our CoM.rnr.ii'iii.: :IIIU, : "l.'ujl.l I t.s-:: ui (';'iI."I'! n;e>:I 'I J'h < :ri'' v KI of:eraar's: to re.. I >.1' an I tt..rise. I hat shy custom ofi
    Yon vn m I And
    To I \\"y anti will probably evpeml: u 'th'is is ul."fllly linte.l. One toirt ti, I uoul -a. 'II.-m lies a' 'ic'! -.C her s'rr: .rr: ;;s. I' cb >oiiugluotint!> nn his iestivaj,

    I.mlil."I'I[ '. whole lot of money in resisting; th'spayireiil ; h rs "on nil rI's! that: the JI11n; :.(5' +I'l" .. / cf the: I. :'i-.l, H'"c \\ b.l I!I Sirs Wilson wus rn'y-nlr.e }cars .,1: .< h ia san prat-UccJ, took: iu ri1e.

    &7 N\:"' ..:=.:- .: .I, -H-1.3 I I 1- I 1.r.r'IW'J.I (h.is 1t1ail.J': if .' iiii"-.1: ,, : for ''ir fie-.lo.j-th-re: 1. I h s del..' U.ITI, t'i 1 I". ; :1:1:I the E.-C- rf ai\ aI ,;;ian of I.n.lr 81I I sw> t tit -nro. \
    .. ... ...... ...
    G $12I" I
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    s.<&l.Iu.* .. .. .. .. ...,. alt 117 i more det! *cit rather than r...
    "' C e.Y'1xIta.p", lUrtien.!.. riita./. .... ear fiv.v 1"1 ."..11.; i As to the appropriation for the Fair IK.1 y-anesn. !h'.rn.ui.mus n.1 !. '-r, fi i nd-.h p than ;j' haj nsiVcl here siv-ral I rears vi! h buds bui4 supposed to schct their

    s "'. tn.nbwrosiaa! h-re is hardly!! a nan In the countvi) Thj ct:.- oion! suggests itscf: : lI'w f my It his |..rei.! ." ,r*'." I I "her husband, nnil l t. av < s l 1Jf' :.i.cs! boa :t.a'ts on this! day: oib.rs from a'TI
    3 And Katd"et.areu. ItlO are 9l' '
    ; CleDlu....... ...I. .1 I I \\hj would oppose it. As to hjh:
    !. C.pr Jn.$,..u. "...t..I".." ).), 1 en h.' 6,0(MSIM "Si.e.a 611o'"n : ;u( h an aprn>prlatica Is losrl! l or not ; a ""?':11 ra-.l." It was ilojbthssassc : port! tir. ._ II'M. .- !i ,*:;'q jrru--k down" I i it ';U"I rs and two bro'hi'rs. the fistlval i>f tho l-upercalu during

    Lae.ub.9.ett! >1o!.:.' .. ..1 I .... :h 'ru n ay' b I! some doubt, !but comi- I x\i-jii a !letter wouU hate beItS I I, >y en 111.s.I: s: bt.'l"i: he v.r"f these i The fnneial tojlv: 1.lace'r'Jl's- h' :::or.ia of Ketr-ir.. "hon among .

    t 'ii-s. cities, States and governments scrunnl/p.I. I'i'ihips a postal: olficijl |I words to a frieuJ. .My tine i'nibiliim -'ay tiftcrnoun' at 1.0: o'clock! from II' hl'r ccrea.onh-s the rat: i-s of young

    FRIDAY, FEBRUAS/, W:t3A ; have Ions boon maMn! ? appropriationsKlori'la .\ !u Ind'TSOl! It let it pass.: At any s to ln Known ia the presvient: of I I ibo house, 1,(I'. II. (i. Porter offic.a-: I' iu.i-u were iia, cJ in a box: front''uhuh

    as a Stale has frequently\ all | rae! It rn"2" I, and It gixcs an Insl-lit: he hole people. I have no other d..- Ir.;:, and the Intrrn.tnt( will:! he In the they were taken by young

    ?<1 in fairs and expositions, and ihc.j .> .nto the fccllnsa: jt a large clement In I sire than to win; (hat i ame. After nl,1: I I city trim lory by t'n.itrtaker( r. it en as < hinc dn! cleJ. The |>a&tnrs '
    : We would ra'.hr-r! se a man: riding j I was roundly nod souaJly condemned '| Russia. : uo American can Iiar.u his country :Miller: The object-of postponing th" of ho early chorih ending It lmposihli I

    a hobby than forever submitting to j by her own people for not doing soI without' har-.iini; h!:. self Gov'l fur''rl, until that time was to give > lo eiitrpate this: pagan ceremonylunsod
    the views of.other men. Stoessel"The Her:>>. .rniuent was cuated by the people j' broh- its forts
    In favor cf the St. Ixmis: exposition : rs nn 1 relatives time to reach .
    -- last year. HUIsboro. Polk. DeSoto and, Thj eneniii-s of General Stoosscl continue fur themselves, nil night or tray: that :Mi.uni from Tampa and other points I' !t was the; custom on the evq of FeVJ
    Wisdom does not wholly consist In. 1"'iJ
    | all the more progressive; counties appropriated -I to assail him. declaring that he thought Is al""a) s in ny miniLVe where they reside., ruary H, Valentine's Day to hav*
    knowing things. The wisest of I
    men moneys last year for the is not the real hero of Tort Arthur -altogether: In th.s: great pof'cal the nanu-s of a select number of one' I
    earth were.those who refused to learn
    fair held In Tampa and all agreed thatIt and that bs! surrender was iiujustifl- experiment.: Some hard things; have The Political Crop.! se\ put into some vessel by nn, equal
    some things.
    was money wisely expended.It able.! History, however, will not rob been written and said about ue, but While ninny are wondering what number of the other and thereupoa 'yl; I
    The vote of Kentucky and remained for two of the five commissioners him of whatever belongs to him. His that sort of thing IF a necessary Incident amount of Injury has been done to I every one drew out a name which for ,

    t' 'Tennesseewere very lau In arriving of Dade county to set the address to tho mustered garrison on of popular government It must fruit and vegetables by the recent the time being 'was called his or her ;!

    r ta Washington where they are counted example of parsimoniousness which the day of the surrender was as follows always be so. My plan la to forget freezes, a glance over the political valentine. The custon of choosing valentines

    & ; It appears that thane States U-1 would have damaged this county many and It Is the utterances of a the evil and remember only the good.I garden will show that the most ten 'existed very early. Presents ."

    ant tate much Interest In Wit affair. thousands of dollars had not the business manly soldier! : never despair of converting an op der boomlet has apparently taken on of gloves, garters and jewelry wars .

    men of Miami. through the You have all witnessed today's oc ponent Into a supporter. Tho bitterest new life In spite of the cold weather, common as alentlnes.It '" '

    Sam Fltts must have round leisure Board of Trade come promptly to Its currence. Our lives and the property critic I have can come to see me as will be noted by a glance at the Is only of recent yean that Us pt i

    ' enough to write a few lines, u the rescue and made up the four hundred are dependent upon the generosity of and he will find a warm hand to greet following, says the Calnesvill Sun. comic valentine has com into as*-. ..tt'.

    Record has contained something other Collars which Messrs. Dlmlck and yesterdays foe. 1 admire your loyalty him. It is the only way for an American Col. Cromwell Gibbons Is nursing a and although these are much- used oa J1Ii'

    than "pot metal". on its editorial page Johns think they have saved to the and courage. I thank you from to live." tender boom plant for Governor. All this occasion, they are In bad form 1!

    n. for the last day or two.t'f county and for the doing of which the bottom of my heart for having- -permitted McKinley! seldom spoke or wrote of It needs Is a little "fertilizer." and considered by many u an .....

    # they are being severely censured b y: me without demur to arrange himself, but in the above quotations lions. Park Trammel ThoTias F. suit though they mom generally find .-

    a The Emperor of Germany wants a'ew'of the people. terms of capitulation. It Is our pain he revealed his dearest desire, his noblest West and U C. Massey are "budding" i I circulation among the closest of 1JJ

    ( our college professors. have ,-' ful duty to River our oT.clal and personal purpose. Herein lay the secretof forth as president of the State Senate.If friends. The old custom of holding

    a few who claim to have never kissed More Accommodations Needed. bonds of union. We cannot fur. his popularity. The American peo Hon. W. J. Hillman can dispose I! valentine parties and chaosiix: mates I

    .; a girl: he cajo have them as they: are Never before on this 'date In Feb-i I iher resist. The Japanese will bcrupu- ple.even those who opposed him: politically of tls other "garden truck" he will go'' for the time being: lv still largely Ia tJ.1

    no good over(here. rnary have so many visitors and tourIsts '' loudly observe the conditions made in came to know that h? was a Into the forestry business and set a vogue and very popular.

    -.-, been in Miami as there are now sour bthalf.! Do not repine. You have :gentleman:; of patriotism, patience and plat of gubernatorial timber. I l, ; .,

    Uncle Toni Neldrlnghaus of Missouri and as a result every hotel, boarding fulfilled your duels as warriors;, and charity, cleanly free from hatred and Jlldjef: II. Mabry. of Tampa: will j Launch Theresa Damaged. s'

    r has something for which: to he l house and lodging house In the cltyi I I the Japanese fully appreclaj* your with no bitterness In his heart. He harvest:! his supreme court clerkship! 1 While Icing towed: down the river z,

    thankful In telling.\ ; to get a seat In the is 1 Lcd! to its greatest capacity and heroic resistance.! It the fatherland was an Meal American with lofty crop In a few weeks, and If successful !! vesterday afternoon by the launch :a'Clydrlck

    la Senate. He now bal only a IKtta ..un are turning away many who seek accommodations. \isits cur conduct with! disgrace remember Ides! and a high and colic purpose, may rotate and sow something else. in 1 the launch Theresa.. t

    r enviable notoriety, while be might ;et I alone am responsible for yet he was no dreamer and had practical the State pardcn.; J jammed against one of the timbers r.

    an Indictment or two If he gets Into These conditions are known to our iho surrender. Continue brave and knowledge of conditions end hu Ceo Albert! Ollehrlst. after i.arv<-st- [ protruding from tho new bridge over '

    the Senate. visitors, those already here, and no loyal, bearing: In mind the fact that man limitations. The whole country ins his speakcrshln crop in hp Legislature I ho river at the foot of Twelfth street

    e I.ri.i doubt they are apprising friends and soldiers must never wander Irom the honors the memory of William McKinley may set out a few plants for I and'a hole stove In her bow, but as
    Editors Ehcrwool and Pound promise
    acquaintances In other parts of the path of righteousness. because It Is worthy to be governor If he can secure the necessary the hole was not large she wa gott,,
    '. Live Oak a dally within
    paper country of the fact, but whirs doingso -- honored. "fertilizer." I I I to the bank and benched before the
    Live Oak's smart .
    sixty days. a pretty
    it Is to be hoped that the situationwill Advertisements.The -- -- In the western portion of the State i filled. Later, the boat ..:s raised and
    little town, and if Miami can f'upport' Living "The Nations Soul." I I
    not be misinterpreted. Aa Is Jackson Ills 'hey are at a Iou to know whit pollticnl ;: today, the hale: is being patch\l and Its
    three, It looks like she might pull Metropolis, commenting Whatever cpinion we may have of
    known the most of those coming to I crop to raise for fear another frost'might expected that she will again be Ia
    through with one. Here's hoping so, upon an Inquiry received from President Roosevelt from a political are1looking I' r
    Florida and this section are on plea rhiiadclphla about hotel nip the plant. But tney services In a day or two. There were
    asking accommodations
    however radically
    4 anyway. iure bent. They seldom stay long Inline standpoint, 1mlY ; around for gubernatorial tim I several passengers aboard at the lime
    a etc.. with the explanation Iller: with\ him In some of hU. views,
    train themIn !tier,' and if they find none suitable and "hlloIOme hat
    placeAs every totals \\ frightened at
    R. J. Knight has planted out elevens that the solicitor understood the .t wouM be churlish to deny that he ,
    so does steamer and iiay raise ('ane.Iolasscs Is a gool'' first they afterwards rather wi
    every every enjoyed
    .hundred peach trees at Crys'al River, State to be overflowed with people get- earnestly seeks to exert a wholesome I !i
    train take them This In fertilizer far political; crops. the novelty of being "shlpwrecka."
    away. a
    and the result will be eagerly watchedby I' ting away from the cold of the North, !influence on home: life: or that he I
    0 I j I measure, prevents congestion ami' I
    growers in that section, with the jays: I stands for the sanolty of the r..ulI'lage
    Intent of making Peach culture an In. I I makes It possible for new arrivals to'''I "What would people do In roll ell- relation the cleanness and 33Q5&11Ct91e ? ?
    'oulao: ill
    '1- dustry, if Mr. Knight's experiment Is ( demaads secure accommodations could not be met otherwise!in a city the i I! abates if the was no place like Floe !. and honor cf manh! :).hl nod hUh Ideals I',I ] CHRONICLES f :wrCHAm:; TKRfE.

    a- success Why don't someone .make i tat! It Is gratifying to know that ,f American! l.re. I It: a recent letter to' |
    twice size and with double Itu-j I ,2M
    the same more on the ,East Coast? the i I i here Is such a refuge from the wintry "hj French poet Mistrr.1 fhe sajs: You ltwrUv i.arZ Sw If iZiUr C'tix'JftBC t\BC S'.a-.rcr ,
    --- -----
    number of hotels and boarding houses
    ---- ''lusts, and to know so man) have tea'hlns a lesson that none needwore Ii Tho Miami states that
    These .the conditions they ara ; Metropolis 11.l1I1.lylInofl'an:; to KeYcst., the
    are as i
    A man slipped on the Ice In Chi exists, and It Is believed that the !I found: It within: the past three mom hiVuat : toj"ara than xve of the West we Mf. K'a,ltr vnouneet publicly at tiny ;>la<-" of the prowl Cinch -aa.l Uncle

    1cagu A day or two "go and bumped his and those tourists \ are known as the East ;nJ West of this ease resss! wealth s-eckins; \\ est ho would, ixttMiJ the railroad I Henry, the Wuarl looked on Stephen"ike
    traveling public
    '" bead so bar-1 that he became uncon and pleasure seekers headed this: way i I| Coast sections, as well as this Jack- Nation, the Itsson that: after a certainnot I to that l'lal'e.-lews Item. : Bravo and loved him, saying, verily '
    scious. A rhyslcian/ was called in, !' ,snavillu section is well Ailed, aad very high level of wellbi'ir-s has CHRONICLES OF DADE. the I-onl loveth a cheerful liar.
    will realize and appreciate thj motto:
    who pronounced life extinct. An ambulance I'1 we believe one cause for so roa'ny tourists been achM, the things: whirs n.an"l CHAPTER III. C. Uncle Henry took council with
    "There is always room for ono more",
    was calleJ. but befo-e It arrived here Is the Influence exerted byprinters' count In life are the things Rpjj'cp! Oh Combs, the chariot I IsCumlnRnl1roo,1 : Joseph and Stephen anti other mighty J
    and not stand bac'i or hesitate on continuing '
    the dead man got up and went Ink, boards of trade and the to
    spirit. KeyYesL aad
    men Stephen
    their trip to lump I' I ; said unto him. sal
    home. Chicago men are contrary success of securing palatial trains of The Verse In the lam, of Uncle I
    President 1.
    The Metropolis has long contended ROCS on to say that I Sam I'ncle Henry the Conch la always! .it
    t cusses an j how. for more hotel and boarding house accommodations I cars and magnificent steamthlp: accommodations railroads an.l I factories are taluablo in the reign of Teddy, the Ruvi'bnd!. I I looking to windward; verily you must _

    in Miami. .It (Is true for these sections.\ God aad necessary but love of country, when llroward Napoleon Bjnyparty I keep a pool full if you are cruising :iI

    The Savannah News draws attention their business, or profits, would be I helps those who help themselves Is love of wife and ihild, of sweetheart I ruled in the Land of Sunshine, and [I n"ar Key West .,

    to the fact that automobile enthusiasts of short duration, confined mainly to verified!: every day In Florida." of beauty n an's wotk and of nature, i Teddy bad said unto the Hebrews I 1. Then Uncle Henry said! will goT' : '

    predict that within ten years the tourist season:: but In that time the Another cause, we ,'oll1llik'J to acId the qualities tf courage an I endurance I who dwelt !In New (York) Jerusalem, mine own argosy to the Concha. :ZIIn ZI-

    automobiles will come Into general revenue would be sufficient to pay is that every tourist or winter visitor of daring and lofty endeavor are lo I will dig you a ditch cut h as And hs went in suck cloth anJ ashes

    ue on the turns for both work and handsomely upon any aud all Invest- who comes to Florida once Is himself also valuable and necessary to the perpetuation have not neon, and you will then reap I. with his sandals In his hands; and

    pleasure. That Is all very good, says ments. Next season the accommodations and herself thereafter a living end active of a great people; they are I shekels mightily, for lo, at Panama they met him at their sates; and hhunjlled .
    the SL Augustine Record, but before advertisement of FloriJi, Us climate : "the shekels! must be and :| I
    will be augmented by the Halcyon homely ana workaday virtues and many spent your ,: himself; and they raid unto
    the farmer will have any usa for an Hall Hotel, now under course of and its resources. h'roc'lrtu'B.! These lacking, no I gains will be greater than those of !;: him, come in .unto us and feast ont
    '+ automobile he will have to build good That Is one and a good reason why In the of Sol I I whatever
    construction, but even this will by piled-up riches, no roaring, clanging I money changers temple irtlnl'aod grits; and take :
    roads on which to run the machine the number who come to our fair State when Paraoh crossed the i.i i t".1I
    meet the cemand. industrialism, no feverish and many- iinvin-or you wish; !t Is all yours yea. verily
    no means remedy or
    Bring on the good roads; then introduce More boarding house of a first-clasa' I I every season is Increasing from year sided activity shall: avail either Individual J Red Sea Canal. I j,I even the salt pools

    he automobile kind needed. There are thousands {f, to year, and will so continue until the or Nation." Wlulo not undervaluing 2. Now ia these days there sojourned I A. And Uncle Henry sail untO i them.

    f -. '--- who come are h"re every year whD do not State ,,'lIIlJct only be as it Is r.othe material things the President at Palm Btach In the kingdom ati j jDalp Are you willing I should come with ..I.

    . The war between Japan and Russia like a hotel life. They will ray as greatest tourist and pleasure seeking expresses the "desire that they shall one Henry the Wizard who was: ,,: my chariots an>l horsemen my iron I

    has been In progress; one )":UFeIJ.. much or more to stop In a private rendezvous In the world, but the most not make us forget that besides' \ the1 t possesstil cif many palaces.!!, prsosies. j'I horses and rails Into your midst

    I, 1904, Japan broke off: diplomatic family or homelike boarding house. densely 'populated and progressiveState ; Nations bojy, there Is also this Na and thok.'ls no man could mm:her. I For 1 know you are a peculiar pcopl

    relations with Russia, and the following These places are In demand and! in America. lion's souL" :3. And ha took council with himself I and I fear mightily; to offend.! A'

    day the Japanese seized Masam- just so! certain as Miami Is today the I i D These are wholesome words from I and sal.l. lo, I am lighting the temples j I I one of them lifted np hs! Wo andM1?:

    pbo In Cores as a base of operations. lending Southern winter resort Justso Growth of Churches. the President of the VnlteJ States. !I'land dwellings\ of these inhibltants1'I saiii, "Coine- on. oh Vlzzard. ve rant ."
    February 9 he Russian cruiser Variag certain will it remain so. There- Statistics recently compiled show They express a sentiment that cannot I with. Standard Oil: and from this myl!. you; you talk. just like .a cousin to 'r

    and the gunboat Korietx were sunk fore the Metropolis again urges the that during the year 1904 the net gain be too earnestly impressed uion the | shekels increase: .::::1 the people In-j I 1; bus; ve arc hall cousins hand vt

    ell Chemulpo, after one hour' battle building ot hotels and boarding houses. of all religious denominations In this National conscience, upon the minds crease, and I must make ;?oni for*, rant you to be vun hamong bus; hand I

    with a Japanese cquadron. February The travel Is destined to Increase country was 1.GT1 ministers :2,310! : of the young nr-cn of the country. Thereare them; so I will extend my raravnnsl I h'f there's batty wracks, you'll 'ave a :iih:1rejust

    10. the Czar and the Mikado Issued year by year and unless the means of churches and CS2.STS: commU'1l<'ants. some things; which! money can I even unto the city of Conchs and sot' ? has sure has the vial ata

    { declarations of war. A.ear of war housing and feeding those who .wend The gains" It Is stated, "are somewhat neither measure nor buy. In the rush on to Panama. I'i blows!" 'E then vlnkeJ 'la hi-ye and ..J5s

    sad peace la not yet In sight their way here during the winter smaller than those reported a and whirl anJ struggle of mere money- I 4. Now Henry the Wizard bad wise itJ In a lox tone, "Urn fixed 1m hand f'

    the will suffer year ago, but the Increase in communicants getting, the materialism and commercialism men as counsellors: among them was Tampa too.", 'Iv
    months are provided city
    Hon. C. M. Brown, vho was elects for If they can't be provided here In the Raman Catholic Church of the day It is well to remember Joseph the Hlttlte. who built palaces So the Wizard will be welcome to. t.'

    to the State senate from the district they will go elsewhere. Remember has carried that denomination appa- that there are qualities and [ and temples for Henry even as Hiram l j Cao Hueso ant Key West will always > t

    comprising Marlon and Sumtrr coiin this fact and by the time another season rently beyond the ten million line." virtues without the possession of which the widow's son dl I for Solomon; ands be dli&iflil; 9ecsns4 'e 'aI" l
    ties, has business letci cuts In Dade Tho Lutherans lead In the ratio of the(! "
    rolls around let the accommoda- the people must decay; that to destroy another counsellor wn Stephen bask hns before wo'd Ut 'Ix come.

    county. He .claims Octla as his home lions be so Increased that the present growth, with a gain of T3.8SC.: The "the Nation's soul" is to dear roy the : Bravo, a mUhty man and valiant, who { 9. And there was srMt r(! Idn: oathu
    and votes there. If Mr. Brown does'' I Catholics gained 141,953: the next largo Nation. Mr. Roosevelt the the waters of the river j ji l
    > conditions will In a measure. U not occupies I i In days past on Island for lo, the o' v mot know where he !s at.It way be J 1 wholly, relieved. est pain being the Baptist Increase of most exalted position \\ the gift i I called Indian had cursed the vans of::1 j this Is better than mauy wrecSs.-for' ;ti-

    well enough to have some one tell 85,000. The Methodist gala, all branches of a great, free people! and It Is to his ;: Ham who labored on his argosy until 1 in the market place ,rul." 1nggeri.
    aim. But there lS"nl) doubt but Ibis A young woman noted for her bra was C9.144.: and the Presbyterians, credit that h? gives utterance to such they turned white. And Steph"n wouM' stead, paw paws, '.Iil:!?), and all manner -, "

    he does, and there Is no denying the lIant coloring and fair akin told a ail branches, was 36,173. The Disciples wholesome sentiments, which by reason tell the pilgrims called Yankees of-j of chuck: will be out of sigh; ,

    fact that he Is eirs:Mj to represent friend recently that she owed her gooc of Christ gained 2C.IS9. and the of hs! position are weighted with monsters and demons h'J ba-I..r.1et and I selah! r

    his district: In the \llature.-Galnel'\ looks to the amount of tea which she I I Episcopalians 25:;.:SL None of the other Influence and given the widest peal J conquered In the kingdom of Sunshine I IKTV" SCIWIiriCocoanot

    ..me SIlL drank. denominations gained over 10,000, licity. from St. Augustine, the home of theSrl.irJk.F'i Grove Feb. II,. i9ir. X

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    PROCEEDINGS OF ,IC CC90.; CCI5:;. :. 1S.9C DaJe county in the tronb: c.f F:bra- C. M. B:':OWN MUST VACATE. .
    H Robinson. court stcnugr. 41.20 ary. A. I). 1904 that an appropriationnf I I : 6.-

    I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS \Valttr Kltt: : hug you is! for Hon .*,- the bum of two htinilrel, I end Eftydol'.arn So Declared the Marion County Execi .
    J I an S.OO : was vot-i! I fur .r. i..1" l')
    a.vE'rul'ing? I i I utive Committee. 'f--' -_--.: ) ) .
    Ii I J T Johisuc, wool for court (ih.- Special f-Uiti i of.Ib? Time I .' -cI t'z_ Ii" '''.n'Y.!;:' .l' :

    -OFFICIAL REPORT OF PROCEEDINGS i h.usa . . . . . :! :::; t nIua, lo :1" d.! -, t.nutd: at Ih2: SlI.UUiS In r'slonto a call from the I <"..- ... ".! J.J ,. ..;tw.'J. .J\\;. I. i '.
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    ot. OF THIS BODY ON THe 7th 1 I.V.. Wa'Soii mdse far Khcrilf 11 f'0 Kxi>D.-iiu.n, Mil-, same: 1"'IIlJ payable ihami.au i.f I the Marlon! t-o'inty IVmo- l.-'U.. : ". \ "riJi t, II
    ff IN ST., INCLUDING r.ESOLUTIO.NS: 1.:1?all! & Sion''iian. s atmno y C.II at the t : -: ii v 'l!":; of th-j board! ri'ir, ITxcMj'HP < e..I"| M r.mtw i .. ., ',1 .":2.
    1i :
    f ETC. | I ail1, ('u. Kurn ('u, d< sX; tax col.I j I'h' Ai'til. 19 i;J.An.l ;. :: i-J ;ih.il Uily j was till in O. ajjSa"ir'i :r.-..:.-t--; ,t'' '; ._ ,: .' ,. VV'; ;

    I I,-vor :C'ino:' U'lii r.ns, TI: <; !marl Is! inform- ) for the pnrKj[ >p of (taking:: = : N' 1.;,
    1:+ t tL : fH
    F J; C Hotol ('u. l.-lr-s for ji.l 1;:;.::, .. \1f4Liis:1: :
    !11 ly !j. .i'i,,T- I't 1 : n. 'I 1"I"f tinfiirw. : in II. !:'j".r cf CM:. il;.; a \ !
    11 4 M.-nl., F1a, F.b. 7:. 1D05.! j F i: O I laid ("t. Iiii;; s for < curt (! ;. r barx.! .: .j;!. ;pl I ail: ro-ttrary .t,T. t. .r in ibo Ih'.n. C. 1. lJro.ni. ..-"--" I -..... _. _. : ..;. ;;;o; _. IiS
    ,f h ,.-- SS3:;: r1 !; n ) ""TV si'Sa. s& .. ...,.- ..msH
    .The braid uf cJjniy coju.s-ioii.rs :u Ian ii tt'it" t ;it I'-i'i i: rfc'.rti.e :a i- r-r n : nv nlin-T that n.I 1 -: U '} ,, ; *" ...-- ;
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    t' 'mit tl : .:Jiju.: \ K: 11.-. -- r. Mlarv and I FIIIJMS. 41; :t 'hi- :, j-.ur: : in the < # 4"C _- ',. .
    r-B-uat. 1': ::; nipr;'I 1 I':: !"u! > r-in Is by 't-arra-st luii.iiy Sat K-ra'o. : ..,. .. ,{, ..r,7' ../f, -.. ..... 1\ J : ..
    '. ent: T A. IV.nfclil. chairman; JohaScuell. 14 Hn >"*'J U-j |pas:> TS. 12: <'l).. to be iMiUril i-i >! fi:' Uf'. tar could 1 it -> li.. il 11 .ill!I ::>. hy its ute.t.; h.s t-2 ,-:.d -- v'y NXJ& ;; :. fi
    M. K. J, E. II. UJtwc. ,. Mi.in i I rrintj- """>. $tjtmiu ry. 'IH'.O:: ( '.-.i'i--s ;,cl: 1 : < ... _.' ., -," \ ,, .. J :
    ,; .h'iH ; aU t Tipio.ii.a( i I u f .t. \U ;:.It j .iu:>a ncn I'1 l : M.I IKMS ---- .- .. ..... .',.. ".... ,....... '
    !1 E. C. T.. 1-- :; J',ha Fniboc... eh.nff! : ; .\ Ha.-: -.-.:wry :'1 fit) tua fur > ; 'i ul'I. : :. { rurpows.1'e .,-t ; ii. I I.. ie in fiirth-r r'iirt-s-.ut ./ --__I-- ---- '--" : !""' /' ------...
    '" and n. c. U. .Ir'rl! !, cltrk. .;!(ill M Kir1:: ?. I'liry :: !r'pii"rs.: :. ::1.1 ;(1.110. i! I II: -.1 .. !, Ih.u I Ih,' cierk: i,e h'r' cntntsI : I i "'. .' .: -. *_---.- ->- ;.-< -:'f--:. *=* -m." "**?' =*,:

    ,llinui'-s ut ioiL r"ceung real and I.,' [r.' I: C I II >N I en. ;h' fat\ jail ? :. :':s'rir'' I : '.i /' ..r ar .' "'a raN tt, DKII ..Ii, h's n im\.Tl! or din ''.Iir'..'.. YC" J1.-.u
    \( Drlvs Kouio.
    C J n-a'Nin.: sa! and: sr..is.: ; llrtai: ., :; vi] J.J
    approved. j f.r u I < I r r. i f 't-r: ; !n I ai.l fifty !tmJ .1I'.U: to s."rve Ih ,si> i-.mn'i.s: .
    t. I'Jobn Sew. 11 fled his cominl sun as rims J !!arrc, <'1)ot!: :: cutlet! :?vt "oi ': cur II i'.r'i| >. 3 iit'-uUxl! ltali > n s. ..r. a r-s''t''n" s'sii'v; firili t."e--'J- *,* *'. :''t, .' '". "'"' t1 t. c\e vl t-- '!'' ,.; <. '..r ire h.d to If yoi
    v. < \
    |1 > 111 a ip t ,:u t t'> ''Tirav-j. 'aut alga.
    '. commisslou..r of l>aJe' county, and ,j i\ I' Core, a'u'u::'!lane' at roiirt. 22.30:: :; .- f.jru.i LI ant TT said t'Jvcrtis !I'.t Cut! .--;11.. ias f"Uo"lSas t.itruiluc-'! I''': I ',t lUll a\pa'tl''u. ; \Ie .Ia'e h.,d.Itu: ,
    Tasked ', ') \\' Moran! ".alary! an I attend-! i '.1! 1 .
    :r for u ,1 i'-:: uals cf other nu UI' .11;:. I j at I p'I : '
    I : !...': _
    fcers of the boar, which, when pridaced. > t' nee nt court Ct.OOIluh'1 ] The fyioxiinrf:! <;'j': t'ioa! was adopt- i ", hat :\dr. I'.roAn. by |1'rmonJ'IIII! : T. *'v''r\ wt.attltI.wItml.s, sf- Ottf"" AOsiO!' Sand .

    1'.u..e. that they U.iJtivu' Kn honk: court work aJ i j, t''' I.)' ,h li ,i. i !. i .!!r,>:jn r Siwcll:: ; -nriHi' ,i-i! ; h a ri"-- I Ii rnfnin Mann'i
    Jt filed with ihe clerk cf the circuit court s-ui.ri! 51.41 toting nsaiait same: j ,II ;'u 1 10. iKitity! b.'dMii- s ittelt.lle! to Harnessrj"

    'tf on January 2. 190;;. I\Vin Simpson, duplicate!' warrant I \\ln-rias.. iiiTi.-ars from the minutrs ; iii''lI'f t.-p"'"'",'UI tho :"H: h s"iaionil i&- x,..,r.r.ts: II' in puttlt-e: : it stror;:. That exjiwletico proves that I
    No. C7SO 12.00 ., I' .j.i ":"' '" > x 'I 1 p s Slud-'' WedoirtneeJtotell
    in th
    't. Application cf A. YnilTs for pernit nt ih.- uii\; uin.Ti: s'.oniTS fjr 'isiru-t ? Si-re" i.r..I'nraad'| .
    I to sell liquors, iucs and beer in election \\' I' U Free Rca ling l Koorn. use j I Dade courtly, .n I the month cf Lw-ccm- h-f I ih"- oDe: hit i ) I ly him an.) to .\ "'.th.. x..ii.t t', <"hupr v arc h': .t.nt.trr:, J K "ali".'. ,tr\\"-sit--t'-d.n \oii) hart That's, Wade the your kind porna of-

    'rt district No. IP, having; teen advertised of rooi for: flection:: ... lohfl er. 11'+11. tit r .11 :ropr'Stioa! of .\.h-h: I h- \vu i-lrre'l' to'rtiflaretl va- rl't"tll'r "'v need 1:1 1,." t.u.uJWI of our tustness. Tbat'3 why .o
    :f according to law anj no objections \\' II Jenkins sal and sands. 2a.ini: I II four h 1.lrl'.1 ''I'.liars: was voted f jr (b ant : also that a copy of Ills r-'s.JIU'1 hanJe; tnr stiuli! I -. .,-r I;;'... .
    r, filed same was grantc-d. \\" Ices g.)"> I for poor h:>uso. 2.3: i I I1oit County Fair p-rjmsi's., an.) !I."h th" i I'on !I" si-iii the Go't'nwrIoh iho'. Do you d-o-nttMnc? Let '" Mfiur* on It with yo*. "
    < Application of J. D. Cirtmin for: permit U Taylor salary. :3.1.3:: : :: load is inf.in. I was to be Issued j '-riiost; ihal he call a special[ 1'ectionI J. fi, Rc !inS:: ft !'{\., 415 (f2'h Sh. Miami, Fli. ',
    to sell liquors wines and beer in'I' Mrs Veomelt charity . . COOT I Kometiiiio in the uiure.. I I HI icft! a SU'H''S"to th1 or": ct." I .1'..t...pl.. .....nit Mt., .111...,...L. r"41..r. t.....'..c..,."".'nn.......,'."...;eo...rc.-t.V.. b."..to.;.te."...,..,_ul Uyo.a.I&fO.:; __........4.Ma......

    election district No. 10. bavins been \V T nice, charity. .V. COOT| An \Vh' r< ,1-,1 ho liDard, <1 is Informal I''j.r In ti i"Aof ih3: time betweennow or' ? ":!:,_: .:i..i'r.. "" "'."<'- .. 'f+ ___";;:' _.
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    1 --- -' ""' .k -= ..... ". __ ,___
    V; advertised according; to law anl aol I \'rs, GnmcrAz. charity . ... C.OOi liy Its cuiins-I Ill.tt such action of the ;and, that' of the as".;:11'IIJ' of the leg ] ,;

    h objections Lied, the same was: grant Rot Mfrklc charl'y ... ... 5.001 fortcir hoar was ill"a: !. in that: it ,I slitnrc! ; : tcg: :; so j.Jmrt the (slowingsfiluiiun
    I I ed. 'I J \'.'(>!l9. charity . . C.00I I loulj n" hli r u>'" the nppropria'i'ia .... aUn! pn'xaiH'J! : i

    '. Commissioner \VinfieId reported I III' M ft. J.ihn L.ileas and per I cf funds! by nan ant' to lv Insult in the I' "ll sohd.!. That the cha'rnian: of Wilson l & ?

    that toe Lad & uflteti .>.. Xv. iiii*..01..1 i ias Ww. . . . . . .! ...1.. 'U"" u .. u. -... ...... .. ... nn". t.. ._ .1. ,..-t .., ? ........ Five
    ., 'bridge tender for the bride; o\tr r: IT DlmlcX! : nea-j md por I J -ally, funds! as a donation for I' Ion, h'It; rnllcil by the fro\rrnor: tolfl I

    New rirtr at Fort Lauderdale, at a sal- diem 1S.20 Fair purposes; e01tot'j' tho xaiaacy: (,:lI'se,1 l I.y tin ( h.1'I,('i DE4LER8 til ,
    : of $150; per apaum payaule qllar.rlr. l T. .\. Wiafidl. ml:.;)? :c and per I ISo it Resolvc-1. That the 'if Ctrl;, 111"'ce of ('. M. Brown, call a

    Appointment was approved Dy iii, diem 720 !; instructed not to draw any 'I'arrllnll,i '-imvrr.''Ion: ( f the Opr.incratlo votersI I Staple Groceries Fruits ::
    1'"the board. I John Sfwei.: per dIem. . .. :.'/)>j far said sum of four h'.iudrel I dollars:' I'I :>f tii.< cotipjy of Marion and reg.ies: .
    1.$? Pursuant to order made at last E C TweeJcIl mileage; and: per I j for th? purposes Intended< by rats for Ifloirat from th" county of Sumter j

    meeting of the board clerk Clod< ful- bleu .. .. . . . . T..O? nier board, tor saM! County Fair purjpores. :, to n.cct to nominate a candidate.! for TOBACCOS 1
    Plowing: statement of county finances.: The following: ; bills were api,rovel f Slat senator to fill said vacancy; the

    t Bated January 1, 1905: and ordered !,alii out of the road tutu!: Bills! to the;! amount cf 1015.14 were representation: to be one delegate: fore AND CIGARS .

    Assessment far 190-1: John Frohuck. feed prisoners..J199.20: I approved( and I ordered, j.ulJ out of the \t-ry :0: votes or fraction over 10. o
    General fund..............J14.420.52,. Anthony Bros. 1 pair shoes. .. 1.51: fine and, forfeiture fund: based on the general election of 1904. Avenue D and 14th St.. MIAMI, FLA.
    School fund ... ......... .. :::O.COO.i5i. C P Metcalf. com on collection. 3.84! Witness lay, rolls amounting to oath precinct to elect Choir ik-logntcst .rlan.u i II,m
    I t
    '. : Polls, (school)..... .... .. .. ... 838.00:: Faber Bros oil. .. .. .. .. 1.1:* $I9 .CO for witnesses r.r'nre county to said convention upon the cal of the

    .i1r Road fund.. .... ... ... ..... 12.CC0.45Fine : T J Campbell shoeing mules. .. !..'!'1 court, were approved and! ordered paid ,'XPcuthe committeeman! for told ills
    .. & forfeiture fund.. .... 4,120.15Interest t. \\ DurUharilt feed for mules 4.!}:< out of th; fine and forfeiture fund: trict. The chairman and secretary to
    and sinking fund... 10':00.::w:; I. JI C Hart repair Miami bridge :3-a': ) There being no furthir business: the make the appointments; and notify

    toy f.,.' nitty Eros, repair battery. ... 4.nft board adjourned to meet Tuesday. each committeeman." Pierce & Hardie''

    ,lV:<' Total.. .......... ...... .JG2.T40.22i j J A Dann. repair cart wheel .. 1.0)>t I March 7, 19J5.
    Amounts collected on above assess- Jno R O'Neal, med for: mule.. 1-SO Grave Trouble Foreseen.It .

    :1 ments and turned In to county treasurer M S Mlshler. salary .. .. . C .r.J I t r--...1o". .. ...t I-........ needs but little foresight to tell HOUSE and -
    ... ... 43.0}
    Jno F DeDerry. salary *
    : *
    Perhaps you don't realize; that many that when your stomach and liter are I SIGN PAINTERS ,
    General fond........ ..... ...$ 702.43 Frank Sanchez: salary.. .. .. 43.00' rain poisons originate In you food 1. but nadly affected grave trouble I Is nh'a.l.1IIIeS5 r
    School fund ....... ...:. .... 1.002.45: ; J F" Klnton, salary. . . some day you may a twinge you proper k
    ..... ...... .. 14.00 Paton mdse farm. ::1.1;'> Avenue C.NorthofNatonal! Bank
    '. Polls (school; ) Hicks poor dyspepsia that wlH! convince >ou. Dr. for jour disease, as :Mrs. Jno. .\. Youngof ; tWeWant
    .Road fan...'.......... ...... C02.13, Jno R O'Neal- feel prisoners. 2O.J0 Kings New; Life PUs! are guaranteedto Clay, N. Y.. till She says: "I had w
    f ;t FIne and forfeiture: Inn'!..:: 200.71() 1 Board adjourned .to r.t-ot at 2-00_ p. cure ail: eicxaess; due to-poisons of neuralgia of the liver and sto.ia h, my t a

    t-: Interest and sinking fund.... E01.74 m. I undigested foot]--or money back. 25c heart was weakened and I could not I Irat. i

    Board met rurK""nl to ndjourn'nf'at. at all drugzUts. Try them. I \'IDS'cr} bad for a brig time .
    Total ..; ........ .... .....I3.024.C1:: The 'o'.lowiaj: 10:1ds'elt< revived; but In Electric Bitters I found Just

    "[ Balance: of assessment to bo and approved: : I I THE: A JAX WON. what: I r.-e'h', f >: th--y qutcnlyrc) : [ Grower
    f collected ......... .. .....J39.715-C1: : Slate lieved rre' Best medicine. : very
    Guy I. :'1<:tca1'. rotary pnb!:>. and cured
    "; Outstanding' warrants: at large with W, I. Metcalf and A. P. I Dory Race Saturday Afternoon In Remarkable for weak women. Sold! under! guarantee ''
    :'.General. fund.. .... ...... ...J12S3.42:: : Anthony as surell<:,p. Time. 1-y all druggists at We a bottle. TO HAVE CUR BOOKS. 'I
    [ Road fund..t.. .. .:... I5.21L57+ I I I llN5HE.6TATE
    Grace E. (Culver notary p ibllc. Rate
    Fine and forfeiture fund.... 4.219.47!
    wi'h J. E. Lummus aid C. D. The dory races Saturday afternoonwere .
    f at large I Congress Is still possessed of some
    Interest and sinking fund.. 133.99 I I Flonda: Y.t'tablu.A complete manual of Florid
    : sailed! in a spanking; breeze and crop rxq
    I&" School fund .. .. .... ....... 1S.SS7.51 LdIer: as sureties. i under most favorable conditions, the sense of Justice sod fair pl .v. Th*; Florlua Orarfies."-Of special Interest to orange erowan. I
    \V. G. Maberry. Justice cf Ih""I President's anti InjunctionbH: has "Florida "
    result being; that the winning boat I' Straw berries. -A Cookie on "Soil Varlrtin. CnltrraUoa.. .
    Total.. ...... ... .... ....J30.S3S.3C 4th district with W. II. Cox covered the distance of four c.ilea In been put to sleep' In the flour Judiciary Fertilization. I

    t :: Cash balance In treasury: | Harper ns ureUc-t. 48 minutes and 13: seconds a record Committee. This was ono of the Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Soil. Serf Planting an. CultlTatlon; ; Effsd

    i General fund.. ...... .. ...... .$ CS.31I!I J. IL Bond Justice of the peace. nth seldom made for the course. most dangerous tills Introduced Ini I of Fertilizers, Digging and Shlpplce.! '
    ., ROad fund ..... .............. 128.07.1,; district with J. S. Castillo, 1. Jo:. This time was made by the A Jaz.jailed Congress in )cars, and It Is !s'.rangcltlshould "Pineapple e'ertllling.-Of special Interest to pineapple growers-
    .. ... :S00.2S and C. A. Cossmaa have had the support of the! "
    and forfeiture fund. Knighton a sure Ideal
    Fine Fertilizer. Book all
    by Mr. Taylor, with the E Jai ., showing our different brands analyse, prtai
    Interest and sinking fund..... 133.99:::: tics. Mr. Pelsong. master, second and theC President. But probably the President I 'etc. t;

    Game warden fund.......... 100.0S J. Stateat was merely trying to pay Itn labor New 1
    Ceo. Mercler. notary public. Sax Paul Bravo captain third. TheC and Revised Editions of the above Just published sent tree for tht aitm .
    fund. .. ....... ....... 257.1C leaders for their votes last Novem *
    School large with S. A. Uekher and C. D. Jax 1 Jax and: F Jax finished: In that
    Lcf3er: as sur>ft.I. order, all being close together. i ber. WILSON & TOOMER I FERTILIZER COMPANY ti

    '_ Total .............. ....... .$988.49 Walter C. DcCnn:o. notary pnU'c, In the cat class Pierce beet Cook, I ,
    Overdrafts against different funds: State at large, with J. E. Lununns and by sailing the distance In 49 minutes I Deserved Popularity. JACKONVILLE.:: Fla.

    'if.Ceneral' .... .. ..... .... .....J12.2S4.51 Edwin Nelson as turetlcs. aqd 32, seconds. The races were witnessed i To cure constipation aud liver troubles .

    Ifli wool .. .................. 18.C30.33: J. C. Knot, notary public State at by quite a crows from the hotel by gently moving the bowels and Chase & 23amey, Agents-
    1f;}; Boat ....................... 15.083.50:; large with C. C. ChilUngworth and veranda and Boulevard. acting as a tonic to the liver take 344,.rai. Pls.tIROWN -.. I
    r Jin* and forfeiture........ 3349.19 R. J. ChlUinswortn as suretlei. --S Little Early Risers. These famous| & MOODY STOCKTON BRADFORD
    i little pills are mild pleasant and harmless Cutler
    On recommendation of W. J. Shone Agonizing Burn Little River.
    : + Total ....,. ..........i.-149,947.55 treasurer of the Bond Trustees of Are Instantly relieved and perfectly but effective and sure. Their
    County Judge and tax collector filed Dade county, C. D. Letter was appointed healed by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. C. universal use for many years Is a
    J.! their Joint report of licenses .Issued to fill the caused by the strong guarantee of their popularity
    vacancy RIvenbark Jr.. of Norfolk Ya. writes:
    **j daring month of January, showing resignation; of T. N. Gautlcr, as a member "1 burnt my knee dreadfully; that It usefulness Sold by Biscayne Drug F ] c rids Ian.d

    f4.38.00 for the State and $:,7: cf said Bond Tmstees. blistered all over Bucklen's Arnica Co. .f

    for the county. 0 I| The following fire arm bonds were Salve stopped the pain and healed it I We have some rare bargai s in improved

    I' County treasurer filed his report for approved: without a scar." Also heals wounds NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. and unimproved properties, and invite.
    the month of January, showing the Department<< of the Interior, Land
    i IL W. Goodwin with T. M. Baker and sores. 2Sc:! at all druggists.:
    .:' following balances on hand February and G. R. Knight as sureties.C. Office at Gainesville. Fla.. Feb. 4, 1905. correspondence from those interested in I..

    ..,lIt: P. Metcalf, with W. I. llotcair andA. INCREASED ITS STOCK.At Notice is herebygiven: that the following securing homes, groves or business inter -L. :
    ...........$9C53), ....
    .'General ftrad.... P. Anthony as turetles. named settler has filed noticeof 1 ests. I h.:en in business) here
    Fine and forfeiture fund..... 117.71: W. F. J. McCormick, with F. B. the mooting! of the board of directors his Intention to make commutation have ever Jd
    School fund .......... ...... 209.4S Stoncmaa and C. D. Lcfflcr as sure of the Miami Athletic Club I|i proof in support of his claim, and that sincetiami.s: birth, and am in a positionto '''I;

    .... ... .. ... ....... 71.931: '
    Road fund ties.! held TtursJay Art. 10 of the charter | sail proof will be made before John give home-seekers and investors .the
    ., Came warden fund .... .... .. 100.0S!! I J. E. Bending with VT. .Youngs was amended in such manner: ns I i I i U. Relay: U. S. Commissioner at his benefit of knowledge ,Ii
    Interest and sinking and...... 13.CC: ; ,!mo nt Miair.l, Fla. March : my as to what to buy
    :' and C. F. Youngs as sureties. I to jncrrase the realty: ; bDH'nrs; : of th :|i: on IS. laOj.l: \ :
    I II. J. Sille.-. with W. U '\01.1r.gs and club from a ( :;-t. 'n1ua'.lo'1 of J3.000' !:, viz.: William J. Kn>me. of Ilo.vistra\ i l.j,
    "i'f': Total ..... ........ .. .... ..I"'..','....'I I C. F. Yo'JnRS S3 su-etles. to $:;II.O., Part of s-ctoa 1, article I!i Fta.. homtstea13-091::: : for the u'uth: 1.: j I E. A. WADDELL Y

    {. Commissioner Johns;: was! authorized: I j E'iscne:: Porter, wiih O. \. Anderson' C. was also E ttmlei] in such manner II,,01 sw 1-1 i of s\v 1.1 of FU 11 scr- Heal Estate Broker 1
    have bridge repaired across south and T. M. Jones as sureties.R. as to confine the toarl of trustees to 1 I|I lion C, township t 7 south rsnr C'J::: of All Kinds. Miami., Flit
    fort ot the St. Lucle river. i east, and, southeast 1-4 cf gouilu-astj i
    ''+=- I D. Fountain, with W. H Swoope throe, liz: r.-s'.lpnt.:. vice-president:
    Duplicate of warrant X x C7SO for and A. J. MeCiiUkrtirh as fiireucs.W. and secretary and treasure Instead of 'i I 1-4 cf ct1jn 1, township! ; 57 :sor.h.iI j jI Miami; Bottling Works
    ordered drawn In favor ofVBL [ j I I :S5: Hi th* io.n!! '
    I" 112.00 was E. S-.ooe. With J. A. McCal- to the whole load: cf directors as range cast. tan rs ?
    : \ Simpson, sail warrant having lou.;h and R. D. Fountain as sureties.J. tofoe. U'hu than tula no bUS h'rc-1 lCSS.!|, wiinessca to j>roic his: fontlrj-ius! rceHence ; \WALL & LEKINSON.:; :; I Props.

    t -f; A. McCullouih. with R. D. fountain was transacted. upon and cukl\aUoa of said ;
    "' nnlV.. 1:. Snoope as snretles.X I I land I. viz.Charlca:: lath:! ::Street Near It.. 1:., Slian.j! i. FJa) i

    t: The following warrants were approved O. Anderson with Et1 er.fJ Porter Fraud ex;osed. i Cossnan.. of Black Point ,1 g '-
    and ordered paid out of the game Fla. Manufacturer of'Soft < /'VJ t
    and R. J. Mailers as sureties. 1 A few cointer'oi-ors; have: lately :\ -\1 :, .; : /
    .warden! fund: I. H. Burton with W. G. Corle :and been making and trjlc? to aril Iniijtations i U R. =-Nixon cf ItlacU Poln', Fla. ">... 7" I j

    Bobt- Hannons. salary one 'elr$100.00 L. C. L>man as sureties.! of Dr. Klu 'jI :';CiV Discovery: I i William: .Anderson of Black: Point All !{ III d s of ('""'. ,,,'1II.t. :", .1.rik ,1/1,

    t. The following bills were approved I T. IL Burton, with W. G. Corfe and I for Consumption: combs and colls.I I i Fla. ,. .... : '. --4floi.. ,." 'f '.:;'' ;).... l
    ordered paid out of the general D. C. Brown cf rer FixV. t 1)iziksPrompt (i It : ,11\,7. ,' 4
    .. and j L. G. Lyraaa as sa'etles.II. and other medicines, thereby defrauding np. ) -.' .,.., ,. ,>
    fund Elw. Mthl. Jr, with M. E. Joneal the pul. ie. This! I.. to warn you \ C. Robt.ison. I
    : Epratt & Co. goods' for Bennett.$ COO | and II. C. nudge as sureties. I to beware of such | POpl('. win seek to n.i cr. Attention to All Orders. Out-of-Tcwa Orders 'SoIldt .

    FA'fe,; H & W"B Drew Co, stationery.. 11.70 !;I Tax collector: Ced his report for I profit through; stealing: ; the reputation j -.---- ---

    s -,HlUcr & Co, goods for Mrs Baa- .0 i! the month of January. Ehjwin? $1:1: :>.:::0 j: of remedies have born successfully 4
    Belt .... .... .... ... ..... 8,001 I collected for the State and $733.40.for :::: curing Oiscns.\ for over :23: years. rwF YSPEPSA] CURE
    .-Henry Fuller. Salary and sands 24.731 I
    the county. [ A sure projection to you Is oar came
    'xt D T V Feoton. burying 2 papacis 1S.OOMlaff.1 I The fo'.lowias: resolution was1 I on tha wrapp?r. Loo'c for It, on alli(I t : i DIGESTSVII.1T; YOU EAT '
    )larshaU & Eruce Co. deed reo adopted by the board. Commissioner: King's or Eiu.VKT.s rpT!(' ..... :O.::> .., ....
    l' ord... .... .... .. I, Scwcll voting; &;:1I1.t same: j others arc r/ero Imitations. IL E. 1 'MoD ''' AT Hr. C.
    ""y: Tel Co, 'phone at Jail.. 9.00 Wh't'Cu, It apf'ars.from.. the : Bucklen & Co., n ':l1bu. Ill, and Windsor 1 J E. C. DeWITT &: COMPANY CHICAGO.Askforthel905KodoI ILL

    ,:; ''yf I.MetcaU. duplicate warnuiu i uses of tie county commissloacrs Iln'j] Co.nan druggists. I Ii I Almanac and 200 year Calendar


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    / can pie ... Sun aho Our for
    ? pruivpi.il th..m"'eand! there's, a savin"irtliin
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    LEGAL PAPERS. II. i tn .1 I II. 'I r( .ii tJtul. fir $1 io'I0. U',j'itv' -It: nT .. ,
    r A. P Cure awl i' Sjilod for Chicago !i 1 An Old Sea Dog Here. i iI i :hise and a'her wastes of the coast;
    i i j.... :: t. -,. .:. -. '. <>. lit pluck 13, and !I'> ..;. ., n Nail "l I-.IIH arr sled th.t \ :., .' lh.' si"",> r'6-.g V.UIH, ur luiiii.*,- I and has many friends and acquainta.ccs J.

    I 1 be fallowing papers have hfon
    ,! tor n'fiorj In the! clerk's offlc", cir<'uit I \\'at.a'.ty tr" r.,l-Fri'i'rick! C.:: B'ou S a,!, i. f.'r arrl: !nj; ('lInl"'al..d.i..;pns : .i i i' "t't..t r rn 1/l! of i'.ii'tr. Ct'l, is 1'w: M. J. |.jons, \'ctc.Jn: t '>Itbo State who w.ll; give him acla4a" '

    i ,,'urt !' t h r to Mm ", :t'h. *,s, I'.Ofl, cast half i 1:1t tii, l.ir lIil.II'r 1 tthih 1"I'n In for ihoi ... '
    1 : r : for loniua' I.ui 11".1 i has port I l'I\.r tllI,1 I nsi'tr; on the "flh;: 1101\1 tJcoi. e. 1 he captain{ Is one of the"iI:

    j Wa1lty det.-d-J IL Che.itham top .i \.t-! hall <,f smhi st jjuafxr' : vC Th y w. it all Rimed In jail a.I.1 I :L ,iti i- '. ., si... r'tl t "nsuihh"roMitramlI 1.lntlian,1 golf roans. "hll111 spend 1 '.'W .. a'I ren w ho has accumulated th .4

    f -- vane OJcisuad, lor $1.400. lot 12.; bin ....I.h....is.: '!tuner, s>.r:tuu I 1:, town'h ,-I is it. i pr.ri'i sg th.s "Clc' noon bt.-- I I..r., "I.+ "i :. 1 II : i' in i J.\ t'ir ...-\ s ami f..sti,61y \\'<'(_ ,s here I ... ,"ati3 f'>r n "'atay day' end drl' '

    I I '4. Miami .,..I) ". n:rt.:' H.I .!l alliC t.f the I I I'lace Hill. ( h '"'' v '; 111' \\.vt ri-t, 1',1 1 1.s-1' 1 l"r"r' rtttiniti! to his home In i I i I.tiug! years. and Is now enjoying thatloifirt "

    1 i Deed-. II Sawyer trtistf. to F. I \\arra'il\' ii'!.til luhn .\. Herring; to .- .- --- s.ssippi: river. whore she wl'l I! he used 1 : Brckll.hn. N. Y. During his career ,I an-l pleasure which came
    Harper, for $125 five acres in sec Slir'Ti Ilrmsun half of north. \ir. I. r. ParK'r, business I
    1 fast tinnierci
    I '. t.. :;Ir. t oll>\ ih' tinning "al.m"r. Thifs + Captain Lrons his pi oted and com '; h'l.1 from years of relentless toil an! '
    ; ion 2::s, tp. 43: range" 43 1 w< F' imrtpr! f> 1st half of southwest ih"1 foot and Pro luce :\ .'\\ 5. of n tots 3'iJ lolious\ trip and ,,' I n nnded nanv )al hIs and vts,ols J! in !a' or.

    r Warranty lived, J.cu'e! W. Spry and 'Itll'l'r if .*" iiun IC. township, 4C( S.Yor';, waS among the pnssnt'rs' forsii'iie firm four to six works eon-I, .

    J husband, to David J. Oroiitf. for ran'at 13. arn in; in the city this moron; 01 Mn'Miis ns,i"lnj. thrush th' P.nta will ; ,

    I $0: ;oo. lot 2, except; north 13 feet. tot ( DaF fl <*. r>'. to Mar-ha New the stt.iri.r *'nann from Nassau wl.u- I make I' at k''Is'iro, not arrh !hiq: at' her voooo 00o.4io o oeo o 00.0 z

    { [How &Swift's. subdivision of lot 4, I too! r Ir Jsl, lot 10, block! I'), West he has been on n buslnetis' and pli-a .1 sitnatiim 1 I'fore, late sprigs. She :

    }!I wctlon 10. t:,. 43, Bpu\h. range 43, east Palm: BI'tlh. sure trip Mr. Parker Is tern 11II1} h is a small 1 Lilt ('on.hrlaN"> find sea- 0 i

    I and being that strip of land 137 feet 'I li< .. !--I'a l 1-: County Scctiril Co., tot I 1\s..1 with 1 Iiaini! nod Is bra'L.pd I otlb:: <'rft WI'S built I at ail hails THE RACKET STORE

    I wide from the waters of aka: Worthto n.irinrp G. Jiahn! for $1,300.: lots 19 that the frne llamas "as not so fn>.n St: .Vi,:isi'iu-! an.lls we'l 1 Known

    I the lines of section 10 and 11. The I i and 20, Mock 122:!, Miami. j :great as tint first reported I all along 'the l:a't Toast nil.'ro she has ,

    1 I- grantors,; also assume the perpetual Warranty 1".oe.I-J.. C. Holly to AnJnv I -- 'rlliH'tl for several reasons Mr Colby1'I I I I51 IIL PLACE
    it' right to nse jointly With others the J. Arnold, for $">. part of sec. : The large and commo<1ioU.J houseboat and party 1 b.ft last night by tall for I

    l' roadway across lot 4, in tho above i!i lion f, township 4S, ran e 43. I E\er, lailc owned by Mr. Thompson the North, though making frequent .

    i L section, township and range !' Warranty deed Clara II Moran to of St Paul, came down lettterday ,I stop! aljng the coast for some time o) 1

    t i Quitclaim! deed-Geo. B. Swift and j I Mr" A. E. Zumwalt for KSO:! lots 1. 2, I afternoon from his winter home at before finally leading for their destination 1

    :; 'wife, to David J. Crouse. for 1100. the j j 4, 11. 14. 15. 1C. block 31. Lemon City. I Jensen on the Indian river and is any I The announcement in the I for

    above described property. I Warranty deed, Mabel E. Pierce! to shored around Brickell's Point. Mr.1 I Metropolis yesterday afternoon that Agents
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    Warranty Ceed-Perrine Grant Land Peter Baldwin, for $10 lots 6, 7, 8, 9, Thompson and party will arrhe in a the PInta had I left for the upper coast j) New Idea Patterns 44

    I': Co. to David C. Brown, for $75 lot 2. 10, 11, block C, Lemon City.! I day or two and get away aboard of : was a mistake as la shown by the

    I t. block 8, Perrine. I Warranty deed. Mabel E. Pierce to her for a cruise among the keys of the j i i above e lOc

    , _' Warrantdeed.. Fort Dallaa Land Jacob Lerlnson for $100 lots 10, 11, 1%. lower coast. ,

    1' Co. to L. Wood for 1475.00 lot block! 13.14.15,16,17.18,19, block !5 i, Lemon I Four Persons Suffocated. .

    t VC, north Miami City. The fast launch Pocahontas, Captain 0

    Warranty deed Chas. GrUb and Warranty deed Mary and W. B. Denny left Saturday via the Cleveland Feb. 15.-Four persons

    wife to U. E. Terwllllger for ,$60000 Brtckell to Mary Walker for $%i5 lot canal for Palm Beach with a party of are dead hero this morning from suffocation f

    Iota 7 and 8, block S, Robbins, Graham 23, block 10, south Miami three gentlemen aboard. They are by fumes from a natural gas

    f A ChiUingworth's addition, north. Warranty deed, Lakeside Cemetery equipped for fishing and hunting and II' stove. The dead are George Nolan! The Racket Store

    K Miami Association to A. Martin for |10 lot 40, will make the trip leisurely making and wife and Charles Heller aud wife.

    Deed; J. G, Hunter and wife to U.Terwllllger E. block 2. frequent stops In quest of game and HANDiER3 OK EVERYTHING

    I for $1.00 and other consideration fish. This trip Is becoming very popular EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER

    " Iota 7 and 8. block 105, north SCSHOOL BOARD MET and is considered by many, more H. P. BRA/WING/
    t 1211 A"c.D W. H. Chailie & Son, Prop j
    Miami Inviting and spectacular than the not. Attoranr and faeasebrPrstnpt
    t Warranty deed Helen .L. Peabody Supervisors for the Various Districts ed Ocklawaha river Jaunt so greatly
    AttcitVM ('oltd1OllItfmtlU :
    to L. G. Olnstcad for $1.00 and other School patronized by tourists. .eooeee. eee.oo.e..eoe.e.BUFFALO .
    Appointed-Cutler Opened. Me County Statt BddkWot
    ,r Considerations ten acres in section 8,
    t township! 54, south, range 41 cast The new steel bridge recently finished Palm Beach .: Florida
    ,, The Dade county board of public Instruction I GASOLINE
    Warranty deed, Lula Curry and husband to by the Converse Bridge Co., for i MOTOR
    met regular session In thesuperlnteodent's (
    t: to Adolph Louis for $1 and other J. H. Tatum & Co, across the river
    office In the court Kspcciallv adapted for a
    considerations certain land In section from the foot of Twelfth street and : C A Dopont'sLivery
    house at 10 o'clock this morning with '
    -j 25, township 53 south, range 41 east. connecting the city proper with Riverside Auxiliary Power'
    the following present: W. M. Burdine,
    Warranty deed Joshua Curry and the new suburb, was formally
    chairman : Eli Sims, E. W. J. Parrish, !
    |i wife to Adolph Louis for $100 one acre I opened Friday morning hen the diaw' Feed -- -
    and R. E. Hall, secretary and superin ,
    [ in aecUon 25, township 53 south range tendent. was closed and a tender placed I ..InI IX

    t- 41 east barge to open and close it to crafts. Sale Stables
    The niinctvs of last meeting were and I '
    Article of agreement Alva E. Ge- The approach on the other side has .oar Uses a YlaPropeller
    read and .
    approved. <;
    i rue to Ralph E .Smlth for the! purchase not been fully completed, but It is! in Fla small
    The action of the superintendent In Hastings, ,
    Iff of lots 2 and 3 block 12 Rubbing such condition that teams are enabled-
    suspending the Sutler school was approved and
    1: Graham & Chtlltngworth's addition, in I Ir to cross. Riverside promises to become : ,
    and he was authorized to re-
    the sum of $400 the fashionable resident portion :,I Can supply anyone on can be placed '
    open the school as early as practicable,
    ' w Warrant deed, Perrine Grant Land of Miami, and now that the bridge has the m.-t count with under
    and C. R. Ross was appointed us teach.er Mulrtt.I horses llnrlie" -
    f. (:to. to heater A. Spades for $1 five been opened to travel it is e>.pectcd'to
    to fill out the unezp>red term. '< slid untilor double cockpit floor
    r( ,* kcres.of land In sc-cOon 28, township j: Supervisors for the different schools take on new energy and building Itiieelcn sad Hug.on r
    66 south, range 40 east. activity j i < at recsuahk pries
    ; wore appointed as follows: t
    Warrant deed, Jas. E. Ingraham'and ,
    f No. 2, W J. Shone No. 3, Edward J.
    wife to T. M. Rlckards for $1 and. ( I
    Mrs. F. M. Doan delightfully enteritained ,
    Brown No 4, Rev S. G. Merrlck; No.
    rI other considerations: ten acres in sections fi, S. M. Alsabrooke; No.7, M R. a number of her lady friends Write bim at the above address Gco. Wallace : West Palm Beach, F lorld.-: T
    29 and 30, township 47 south,
    $ afternoon with six handed
    Johns No. 8, J. B. WoSord No: Thursday

    f/. range 43 eastWarranty J. B Mills: No 10, :M. B. Lyman; 9'1. enchre: A large number were presentand

    deed, W. D Coxetier and 12. Penmnston;: Kitching; No. 13, s.1 I the evcnicg wan most charmingly
    ), husband to Fly Day for $%2.f\! lot 7,
    : Tho first prize
    and pleasantly spent.
    N Andrews: No. 14, J. S. Sundy; ,
    blot k 18, north, Miami. 17 Arthur 1-'. Lan;; No. U, William I| neat to Mrs McCabe, of Atlanta; the
    ",1 Warranty df'Pd, WV. Prout and i THIS IS THE MOST POPULAR t'
    FU7.zar.10.. 19, C. A. Gossican. "(1'1'.1 1 to Mrs. Saxelby. white: :Miss!
    wlfo to ChaH M Torrrtl. trust! ".., for xo.,1
    ./ I ?0. Ceo P Hull; N'o. 21, Z. (' \ ouulc'on: was the unfortunate winnerof ; :: TRADING PLACE .IN TOWN::
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    c 11 13 and 14.
    $15o001ots! IX block 11.; Dm in the
    !lu. 22 E. T. King No 23. Louis ;b'- ronsol ition prize. ?
    also lots I. 2. 9. 10, 11, 12. 19, and ned Ver I| afternoon refreshments were served!. .
    block 12. also lots 9. 10. 11 and .
    111. 21)'j
    S ('olirt>d schools i! \rnon? those present .were: Mesdames
    ;:; : block 28; also lots 1, 2, H and
    Frank Ku-Ue. Harry Budge Harry
    No. 1V. H Artson; No 2. A. \1 ; t v
    block 30 also lots 9, 10, 11 and 12,
    ; Brown: No 3, Allen Megan; No. 4. Tuttle, I Isius Sr. I&ins. Jr.. Fitznuter,
    block 32 also lots 9, 10, 11 and 12, = We cell Kqh'grade and
    ; G. H Green 1:10.5.: C. W. Barnes; No. 1 D. L. Hughes, Graham. IIarn1 n, McCabe v.4... Because
    Mock 48 also lots 1 and 2, Mock !50; : stylishly oidde furniture
    ; C, J. P. Brookins: No 7, A. A. Sweet ; Gainer, Walking, Jr., Richard
    I also lots 1:?. H, 23 and 24, block 51 ; :1
    No 8, DV.. Panlel; No. 9, P. E. Williams Watkins, Sul/uer. )lallon, Saxelb). 4 y t
    also IoU 12 11 12 19 and 20 block b a
    Bliss. II Doan, Mead Fitch, Davis, f
    52 also lots 9.10.11:I and 12, block C8; w
    ; Beverly nee lf', W. M. Burdine, O D. 4 4i We sell at popular pric-
    l also.lots 1, 2, 11 and 12, block ':0, all Pursuant Because
    : to adjournment at noon Tucker, E. C. Romfh, White.! March, : u and treat all f.ly.
    + in the city of Miami. yesterday the board' o( public Instruction McDonald, Waddell, Frederick Dutch-
    .. Warranty deed, W. D. Sturtevant! to reconvened in regular session at er, Frederick Sr., Hill. McFadJen, 4 L let

    :-. Chas. M. Tl'rret, trustee, for $3,000 I 2 o'clock, the following business was Chester Watkins, Misses Singleton! \t t

    Iota 3, f. 6, C, 7,.8, 9, and 10, block :30; transacted and warrants drawn for Mallon. Bertie Mead La. E. Dunn DeCamp S When you bug here you +

    i also lots 4, 5, 6, 1, 8, 9, and 10, block the payment of salaries and other expenses Because: Know your purchase is

    50;. also lots 11,12.13.14 and 13: bloc guaranteed to be o. k.

    ; 22; jUso lots 7. 8, 9. and 10, block 72, xR W J. Parrish was authorized to Thermometer In Hotel Grounds. : 1 s or your money is re ,

    r all in the city of )tia mi. purchase a pump for school No. 7. "" wa_, funded.. BUY NOW
    k For the benefit of its guests and oth
    Doth of the above Instruments were
    It was ordered that the salary of 4I
    t conveyed In trust for the use and benefits Miss Nellie Brown be increased to $50 ers, Manager Merrill, of, the Royal Only 514

    fi t-- of V.. W. Front W D. Sturtevant, per month on account of her doing ex Palm Hotel baa placed in the groundsof

    !" Chas ),,1. Terrell and M. D. Price inrorporators tra high school work. the hotel one of the latest Government 4

    f of the Miami Realty, Loan The committee consisting of the thermometers registering both

    ,.I and Guarantee Co. principals of the three high schoolsof : the minimum and maximum temperature

    i Warranty fired, Mottle Hnlt and hl18- the county appointed to select text each twenty.four hours readings I Prices ONALL KINDS Of .

    l hand to B. HoHen for $3.00 lot 10 books on botany to be used in the Dade i from which will be announced dall1.I Specsal
    Mock 34 Clow's addition Went Palmit The instrument is inclosed in the lattice '
    t schools GOODS
    : county public reported recommending I HOUSEHOLD; !
    Beach. the adoption of Bailey's box generally used for protecting .

    1- Deed, FlQrtd3'(',out Line Canal and Botany, and that the board buy three such thermometers! I

    Transportation Co. to E. H. Dlmlck copies of Small's Class Boo't to be .

    tor $80.00 ten acres In section 28, township used as a reference book on the local Watson Building Nearing Completion.' Side Boards, $14, $25 to $48.
    t 43 south, range 43 east !i flora by the high schools. Report was The new Watson block at the cor '
    Birds and
    Eye Maple Mahogany
    Warranty deed-Fort Dallas Land I adopted and superintendent orderedto ner of Avenue D and Thirteenth street = ,

    f' Co to Robt. C. McGriff, consideration { purchase the Small Class Books is now Hearing completion, and It is Dressers Chiffonirs Wash Stands
    $700 east half of lot S, west half oft' mentioned. expected that Mr. Watson will be ableto ,

    Jot 6, block 43, Miami. I I Ordered that non-residents be required begin moving in his stock cf goodsnot See Mahogany Suit only $75

    t' Warrantee deed-James Rltty to W. to pay tuition In Dade county later than the first of next month. our ,

    M. Burdine et a!, trustees M. K. I public school as follows: This block Is said to be the most substantial
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    o church South for 3300. touth 50 For primary grades 1.50 per month. in the city. It Is two stories .

    f. feet of lots 9 and 10, block 79, Miami. :I For grammar grades $2.50 per high and of large floor ipaco. It Is .4

    1 Warranty deed! -Jndson IL Tatum month. an ornamental and attractive structure -

    f to 'W. H. Converse for $:,300, lot 1, For high school grades, $250 per and when finished will be a yal.lied .

    '{ block 11, and lots 3, 4. 5, C, and 1,1 I month. addition to this business!! center Dade Co. Furniture Co. I

    > block U, South Miami. The financial statements of the superintendent The entire ground floor! nill be occn

    i. Warranty deed-R. G. Sulrner to for the past month were pled by the Watson Company with

    Hannah H. Neatly for $100 lot 5, blk. received and ordered paid. : large stocks of hardware and furnl i
    14, Miami The board then adjourned to meeton tare, while the second floor Is intended

    Warranty deed Vary and Wm. .i the! first Tuesday. In March for office and other room purposes

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    PREMIUM LIST OP I I For best display of strawberries........................... .... 5.gg C. D. Lsffler. .
    'l For second best display of strawberries........................ 1.50 Best crate English peas half barrel floor. j '.
    COUNTY FAIR For the best and largest display of.jellies, preserves, etc.. exhibited J. E. Lummus.

    DADS. by a manufacturer...... ...............................$15.00 Best display 1-2 dozen varieties vegetables. 1-2 barrel oV.J. .
    For second best..,..:................... ..... ................ 10.00 A. McDonald A Co.

    10 be Held In Miami florida. March 8-11 i in the CITRUS FRUIT DEPARTMENT.Mr. Best display beets ..... ...... ............;..................... 2.50' +S.
    John Ellis and Capt E. N. Dlmlck Superintendents. Best display arrow,... ........ ...../....................,.. 2.50
    r Fair Building. For best box: oranges....... ... .... .. .... ................ .... .fSO.OO Best display beans/. .... ....... ..........-.......... ...... 2.10
    For second best box oranges..... ...................... .. ..... S5.00 Best display tomatoes. ...... ....... .. ...........?....:.. ..,... 260'
    % Fur third best best box oranges. .. .... .... .. ...... .... .... ... 15.00 Best display cabbage...,... ...... .. ........-.........'........ ,2.50 4
    A The lgalh Annual Fair of the Dade County "Agricultural and For best box: grapefruit.;.. ... .. ... .. ..... .. .. ................ W.OO Best display 'cncumben. ..;.......... .............. .......n.' I.SO
    t Horticultural Society will be held at Miami Florida March, 9. 10. For second best box grapefruit.. ... .. ....' .. ... .... .... .. .... $6.00 McCrimmon A Co. "
    and 11, in Horticultural HalL Through; the liberality of Mr. Henry For third best box grapefruit.... ......... ........ ... ...'.. .... 15.00 Best display turoJps..o,.. .... .. .... .....-.....:......, 2.60
    ti .r M. Flagler the building has been enlarged, giving almost ,doable the For best display citrus fruits. ... .............. .. ........ ..... CO.to Best display beets.. ... ......... ......_.,;..'...................J 2.50
    ,floor space of'but year. For second best display citrus fruits... ... ..... ............. 15.00 Knight Bros.
    The Premium List is much larger than In years past so there is a FOr third best display of citrus fruits.._.. .. ......... ...... u.OO Best bushel Irish potatoes, 1-2 barrel l1 ur. '
    greater incentive for farmers to compete. The Society feeling that Entries must be plainly'marked Special Society rromrama. Biscayne: Drug Co. John C. Abornethy, Prop. y
    ; the 'growing of citrus fruits 'should be encouraged, have offered very Land Department Florida East Coast Railway by Mr. ". E. Imjraham, Best display 6 varieties of vegetables........................ .$ 1.00'
    .liberal; premiums for this class of fruit.' The Citrus FruIt Department1I1ll' Third Vlc"-Pr ld nt. Mapcs Fertilizer C*-E. L Brady A Co. ;;
    be under the management of Mr. John Ellis of Miami and For best box oranges...... .... .. .. ............... .. ... ...125.09 Best -display vegetables grown with Mapes FertiUzer. 1'ton fertilizer.
    Captain E. N. Dimick of Weat Patrol B. ach. The Woman's pepartment For best box grapefruit... .. ... .. ................ .......... ... 25.00 The above entries must be plainly marked for the premium desired. '
    will be under the manacroeu: of Mrs E. T. Bylngton and Mrs. J. Pi; For best box lemons (marketable)................... ......... 25.00 Miami Printing Co. by B. B. Tatum President. 'e
    'e ',8a1r'U11e. of Miami. -}Irs. Perdue has been appointed to superintend Entries must be plainly marked For Florida East Coast Railway 1 year's subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best: crate.beats
    the exhibits from West Palm Beach in this department E. 0. Painter Company.For 1 year's subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best crate peppers.
    Mr. J. P. 'Hockaday, superintendent of the Southern Express 'Ox. best box oranges sack Simon Pure Fer'\UIzer. 1 year's subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best, crate eggplant "
    not only offers substantial prizes but has authorised free service on For best box: grapefruit 2 sacks Simon Pure Fertiliser.Must year's. subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best crate English peas.-

    packages"wel'-Jiing ISO pounds or less consigned to E. V. Blackman be crown by Painters Fertilizer. I years subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best crate tomatoes..: ,
    Secretary from,ell poinu on the line of the Florida East Coast Railway First National Bank. 1 years subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best crate*cucumbers. -4
    3 ',In Dade Connu'- For best box oranges......f.................. .:...............t 5.00 1 years subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best display lettuce.
    + As the years have passH. the thrifty farmers of Dade County,hare For best box grapefruit...................... ............ .... 5.00. 1 years subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best display ot Kale.
    .taken more and wore interest in the Fair each 'year the exhibits Most marked. for First National Bank Premiums. 1 years subscription to Weekly 'Metropolis for best display parsley. s ,
    have been larger and -of better quality: and-.the Dad. County. Fair Mitchell O. Price. 1-.,.,'. subscription to Weekly Metropolis for best display of onions
    baa become the greauwl event cf tie year and Is eagerly looked For best box grapefruit..i.......... .... .................. .. ... 5.00 Miami News. Col. E. T. Bylngton, Prop. If'
    'forward to by the citizen-of the o!:m and the thousands of tourists Mark Mitchell D. Price Premiums. years subscription to Weekly News for best display of okra .
    x'' who spend their winters on the lower chat Coast. It is now recognized Grilling Bros. Company-Nurserymen.Best year's. subscription to Weekly News for best display of cauliflower.. I
    as the great jubilee week 'for Dade County. The prime object display ot citrus faults...............;.... ...... .... .. .. .$30.00To 1 years subscription to Weekly News for best display ot lettuce:
    P 'of.: the Fair Is the building up ,of the County as a whole, not one be paid in II1D'Mr'1Itock. 1 years subscription to Weekly News for best display of young onions
    i .particular section. We have every reason to expect the greatest Miami Nsws-Col E. T. 811..... 1 yearn subscription to Weekly News for best display ot rat&shec. _
    aggregation of vegetables fruits, towera. manufactured products 1 yarn subscription to Weekly News for best bos or CIft1ICa 1 years subscription to Weekly News for best display; of,, bruise,
    and .the handiwork of the busy housewife, that baa ever been 1 Tara subscription to Weekly News for best box tt sjwpefrslt sprouts x
    _displayed at a Mid-Winter Fair. 1 years subscription to Weekly News for best display oflbD-1 Miami Evening Record, LaSalle A Stoneman. ''

    ti i The farmers of Dade County hare never bad as great an opportunity Open to an. 1 years subscription to Dally Evening Record' for best airplay of.j
    to make a display of their products as this year. l'e\"er'ln the history Seminole Club-/. C. Olive President 'Bermuda onions. -
    of',, Dade 'Countr...has there been as- many tourists and prospWUve'settlers Best box oranges.............. ................. ........ .....$ 1.00 i.: year's subscription to Dally Evening Record for best display ot:Irish 4
    as now- and the number will greatly Increase between now Best box grapefruit.......... ............ ...... ............... 1.00 potatoes. '
    t aid the opening of the Fair. Mark for "Semmole Club Premium" 1 years subscription to Weekly Record for best display of cabbage.

    '.The management Is extremely desirous of having every portion of Soar BrNor*.) ._ R. W. Rhodes .

    the County represented.. A small exhibit from all points in the County For best display of citrus fruits...................... .... .....$..to For best display sweet potatoes. pair sboea'(3L00).
    r will fin' the. new 'building, to overflowing. We want your exhibit, be* For second best display of citrus fruits........................ 20.00 Wilson A Fly. I ...' / .
    It ever so ,smalL, r Best display of cabbage 1-2 barrel flour. .
    > Brady A Co.
    RULES.L I Judge E. A Hsyser. v" .
    An.exhibits" in the fruit vegetable and manufacturing departments Best box oranges.........;....................................I 6.00 Best display of honey.......... ............ ......... .;........$ 5.00. .
    t must be in'Miami not later than March 8. noon., There 'will be SPECIAL PREMIUMS-VtgetaMo Dep,ItIMft J. N. Lummus. t "

    no deviation from. this rale.. The.highest interest of the Fair demands Wilson A Tsomer-Chase A Hamey, Agents. Best display cabbage...............'.................;.........$ 2.60Second
    this. For'best crate tomatoes 600 pounds Ideal Fertilizer. best display cabbage.-' 1.50 .
    car JL The managers of the "Woman's Department" request exhibitors For best crate of eggplants 500 pounds ot Ideal Fertilizer. 8. B. Aultman. h,

    to bring' their exhibit's .in on March 1. This' department. win be .For best crate of peppers 600 pounds ot Ideal Fertilizer. Best display melon pawpaws................,...........!.....$ 2.60

    ik crowded with an endless variety of needle work paintings, and other' For best display vegetables, 600 pounds of Ideal Fertilizer. Best display sapadiHos.... ........... ....:.....................$.. 2.60
    small articles; which win 'tale a long time to separate and place them t To be grown with Ideal Fertilizer. TIMES-UNION PREMIUMS. '. ." '
    In, position. Mrs. Byington and Mrs Sawtelle are are extremely E. 0. Painter Company-Hughes A C*.. Afenta 1 yearly subscription to the Semi-Weekly Times-Union including the ;n
    anxious" to'place every article so that It can be displayed, the bat ] Best crate tomatoes.* 2 sacks Simon Port Fertilizer. Farmer and FruIt Grower. -' "
    .advantage.- them Best crate peppers. sack Simon Pure Fertilizer. '
    ii Bring on the 7th. For best display English pas .
    '< 5.' AH exhibits for -Sp cWj &ums" .must be plainly marked Best crate eggplants;:1 sack Simon Pure Fertiliser. For best display snap beans (green) 7,+
    stating which premJudt!fixnlbltor Is competing fur."' Each exhibitor Best crate beans, sack' Simon Pure Fertiliser.. For best display snap beans (wax) f J .
    shoed study the Premium Lid carefull,. Entry blanks will be furnished Beat display cucumbers, sack Simon Pure Fertilizer. For best display cabbage (flat) >V '":' '
    ..ch'exhibitor mutt Best Bushel Irish potatoes sack Simon Pure Fertilizer. cabbage varieties ", ,j *,* .
    tt.t ; who make them out and sign his or her For best display (early ) ,"-.(
    + Rams, All.exhibits entered for "Special Premiums" win be debarred Grown by Painter Company's fertilizer. For best display potatoes (Irish). '.Vil r. '
    w from competing for'the Society's single Premiums,ialso'. premiums The''Virginia Chemical Co.. -Oraks Produce Co, Agents For best display potatoes (sweet). *",* ,',. .';,ttj. ,: r: r
    y4 trereclll, the merchants and citizens: For best J crates of tomatoes' 6 bags fertilizer. For best display celery. .i .. ._ *';;' -.'fg&: .
    _4.-AH exhibits must.be entered by number. 'This will remain'on For best 2 crates ft eggplants 5 bags fertiliser. For best display eggplant -i' "l"f""i'? ..: ", ..
    For 2 of beans 2 bap of fertilizer. .. best crates .Jt
    the exhibit until 'after the Judges have completed their labors when For. best display peppers.For r t4 'r .-..,;'ii". t
    ,(s the exhibitors' name win be substituted' f. For best 2 crates of peppers. 2 bags of fertiliser. best display cauliflower. t '.", t > ....:: ;:;"JLf.. }
    6. An exhibits of exhibitor's Open to all regardless of the kind ot fertilizer ued.I \ 11'It" r jfi .
    fancy work must have the name plainly For best display tomatoes. > : '( ,<.
    written on a piece of cloth, and sew d on'.the under side of the goods. Southern Express Co, by J. D. Hsckadsy, Supt. For. best display onions. .. : ". ..".v.:,:';,..,..1";..".'. ",'.5"."",:.0.:.r'.' +
    This 'Is required ,so that the managers of the Department will have For bat crate tomatoes..............:..................... .. $16.00 For best display parsley. .;>"}.' "'" "',?-li\' '..! \1ro'' w
    For second best crate tomatoes..i..n..u. ....... H-00 .. :\ "I ;:' 1.J i' .
    less trouble' selecting and returning the goods to their'owners. For best display lettuce. -," : ,. : .
    6. Ladies who' wiah"to sell of the articles exhibition For best crate celery........... ...................... ......... 11.00 -' '! ', ';:.:t... 'i."tI r y.. ,
    any on must For best display turnips {;-; ':;, "' .; (
    'bale; the price plainly marked on each article. No' commission: win For second best crate celery... ................. ............ 10.00 For best display okra. .; .' :,:' ... ;: '.;..."' ,f>
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    be charged for this aentce. > / ,Mark plainly For Southern Express Premium. For best display watermelons. "1- ;..I of';,;:::- '. a

    1.'.The Management bai declded to open a Sales"Department for the MERCHANTS* AND CITIZENS' PREMIUMS. For best display onions (bunch) ,"- "' ; :;'.P.k'a' '
    potatoes' .. .......... ... ....
    of Irish $2.50 '
    ', benefit( of the Fruits Js. Graham-For the best bushel
    or vegetables entered In this pumpkins. '
    growers. department For best.display :v '8 M'
    .. .. ........ .60 f./r, 2hd :
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    ( must Dot be entered for premiums.. This 'department will be In S. Graham For the best bushel sweet potatoes For best display beets (1-2 bushel ts.""

    charge of Messrs:: Ellis and Dlmlck. Each person bringing'products Gees Butler. For best display beets (1-2 dozen bunches). I ,. 'L '.,,'It'f .'
    for sale, must'Dark their crates or boxes*plainly also marking price Best I varieties of vege..3 2.60 For bed display cantaloupe ', ",;" .' i :
    inv plain figures No'commission will'be charged for-this service. Bed crate of tomatoes. .............;.......................... 2.60 For best display Brussels sprouts "r':..' '< '. I-i i'" ;(. a
    .S. Friday and Saturday are designated as Flower and Strawberry Julius Smith. For best display radishes (round). ,. ,' > :''' ...'' :
    days; and entries' must be made by 10 o'clock a., m, Best 2 crates of tomatoes,, 1 Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. For best display radishes long). i. .s'' '; ';J,, '
    9., AH products entered* for, premiums by one,or more persons" must J. H. Tat am A Co. For best display lima beans *, f t :. -, .7, "::;,.:' ''"
    'be grown by the'parties .entering them. Any bunching of products Best display I pawpaws. .. ...... .... ...... .................. .I *-60 For best display parsnips ;.-;:'","-,",,,,)I'J.1"J.'J, ,) :!- <:.t-: ; ., .
    from different' farms or'groves will debar the exhibit from premiums Best display'strawberries'.... ....... .. ... .. ........... .:...... *.** For. best display spinach ,,'J, ,t ,.I,, 1nP' : !: :"' ,
    g ,10., The Secretary will furnish each' prize winner with certificate H. C. Bu9. For best display sugar cane. '*.* J} :, ft. .
    -'stating on what article or articles the premium was awarded also the Best display turnips' and cabbage....................... .......$ 2.00 For best display Hubbard squish :';,,!,..:' ,;;1 '
    J amount o( the premium, as soon as possible after the closeof, the Pattern t Erwin For best display summer squash. J:' ;,: 4{l.
    L Fair and payment to be made. boon as the Secretary 'compiles the ,For best. crate wax beans..... .............;.... ....... .......* 6.00 For best display Boston liaison squash. .:t ",

    lists. All certificates must be presented to' the Secretary within 90.'days Go C. FrI..U. For best display 1 dozen glasses guava jelly. :; (a?- r.
    after.the of ......... .... .... ........r..3 *60
    & close of the Fair.11 .- For best display turnips For best display 1 dozen glass jars of pickles' :: i:, v
    I> Merchants and 'citizens, ;who offer. premiums. are warned not to For best display of cabbage and lettuce................. .... .. 2.50 For best display pan products. ', \ ;:: .,;, .. .
    pay: them, until the person holding. them presents the 'certificate. of J. F. Wsodwortti For best display oranges .' ,. " 4 -the SecretAry.- Best six varieties, of vegetables........:... .... ...'............I 1.00 For, best display grapefruit j .::. "",,-_:A...'I"..;.ryaxri: :..1''I
    'li. Remember, all exhibits must be 'In the building not later than First National Bank. For best display lemons. .,. ." w;. ,:,w 4 p '
    March 8, at 12 o'clock, noon except strawberries and flowers ,. This Best bushel onions.................... .. ........ ..... ..... .. .* 5.00 For best display citrons (citrus). ", .. ;.' ;:,.. .:" .:-I.'!,, ,"- ",
    law rule, will be 'strictly adhered to. Best crate'beans... ..... ......... ... ........... .. '............ 6.00Best For best display kumonats, ", '. ; :; ,;i: ', rev e
    ''13. AH exhibits must remain In the building until Monday March 13i j .crate Irish potatoes..... ........ ...... .............. ..... 'l- For best display Persian limes 'u.J'''.\.,' ;...' 'r..'. 't" .."'',,."'4''',., "',
    14. The"following"genUemen have been appointed to select Judges R. B. Oautler. For best' display Tahiti limes .J rte: ''1,H:}" "I;,''1:'F "i"
    for' the various .departments: Hon. Fred S. Morse, lion James ,E. Best display spinach. .... .................... ...............*"* I.to t For best display roses. tt"'" '.f; .' ..".\;:t''J': :;

    Lummus.:Hon. John SeweU. Hon. John B. Relll r. B. B. Tatnm, President 'Best display beets and cabbage. ........................ ... .. S.OO For best display kale. "'..."'.,"'"-,\...: '" .";"i"":',.'..,,,I"!..-'',.
    of the'Miami Printing Company Cot E. T, Bylngton'editor, J. S. Frederick. For best display paw paWL !/ .t. ;: ."
    the M rnIDg .News," F. B. Stoneman. editor of the Evening'Record. Best display, cabbage beets and terallr............. .......... .$ 6.00 For best display pineapples. .; ,, ', i?!: .
    y' Edward U Brady Grocer. William ,M. Brown, President of the Fort F. S. Morse. No restrictions: open to all exhibitors.' ?a.-,,
    Dallaa'NatioW' Bank; and Bank ot Bay Biseayne.. Edward Romfh, Best display squash and pumpkins............. ....... .. ... ...$ 6.00 Florida Agriculturist C. 0. Painter, A"Co.jp".
    'Cashier of First National Bank Charles H. Qarthside ,Anthony-Romfh Co ssp- .. %
    ;Cashier of Bank I copy each 1 year. : r t*.
    of Bay,Biseayne,' E.A.Wadden..TIcedent, ofthe,, .First: National For heaviest head cabbage.................... ........... ....>* 7-** Best crate tomatoes. '", ;%;',.. 'jj
    .t Bank and J.,L Wilson, Grocer. One pair Edwin Clapp's aboei! Best crate peppers. ?
    SPECIAL: PREMIUMS. J. W. Cardy. Best crate eggplant JJ-:
    Persons competing'for any of the Special: Premiums" must mark Best S heads lettuce. 25 feet galvanized Iron gutter. Beat crate beans (wax). *
    their exhIbits plainly designating! which prize they are competing for. Hughes" A Co. Best cnte'beans (green). ,,7."' .f"*:.<-
    t' 'Mrs. S. Graham offers for next year a cash premium a- '%&.00 for the For best crate tomatoes...;... ................. ..>. .... .. ....* *-w Best display Irish potatoes (red). :' 1---J:

    '%i t kepi\ awn' and 1I wer'gardt'll.,1I'here profeuloDal' prdenen are For best c 'ate.onJoa.......... .. ... .... .. ......... ... *.MMaynard Best display Irish potatoes (white). m j.j; s{ p
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    aj c employed, bat kept by the members of the family. The gardens ; .. Son. Best display sweet potatoes. 'iiI "
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    i ,to be', judged. br'th' -regularly appointed Fair Judges Largest display- Bermuda onions 1 cut glass. pitcher. Best display yams ( ... tt ", I
    ad SPECIAL PREMIUMS. Bank Bay Biseayne.Best Best display cauliflower. jj}w I'
    For the'largest'and; display of vegetables grown l>y .one v'person. bushel Irish potatoes .... .". ........... .. .... .. .. ... ...10.00 Best display okra.* ," :;e' \ '
    *- Henry )tFlagler( prize.i. ?..'....... .... .,..:..$i .0* Best crate celery.: ..... ......;... .;........ .... ..... ... ..... .. 15.00 Best display onions k: '
    4 ,Second largest and best display of vegetable grown by, 'oneperaonHenry J. H. Cheatham. Bed'display cabbage. t,: .

    ; M. Flagler prlze..n... ............n'. %.5,00p Best display radishes............... ...... .... .... ... ...f.1 ...$ 2.00R. Best display sugar cane. ;'. .
    SPECIAL SOCIETY PREMIUMS. ft. Flanagan. < Best display beets. .. '. .' .
    x A Vegetables. I I Best display parsley..S. *.*>* Best display oranges. !'," :"I',_;;.,>"<,
    For best crate' celery. ., ..,.. ..... .. ... ..-.,. ...;....,.h..., 10:00 Best display summer squash.... ........... ....... ..... ..... .. 2.50 Best display grapefruit ," :. r ,
    'For second best crate celery. .>.... .. .. ... ..... ......... 5.001 Lester Granger. Beet display. lemons. \ i' ,' '
    .For besC-display! rI.h'potatoes.. .. ... .....,......... 15.00 Best display pineapples...... ............ .. .. ....... .....$ 2.00 Best display limes. '..' ," .'" ''f.\ :'' r. r
    q For lecoD'J best display, of-Irifb potatoes.......'................. 10.00 Gautlor Bras I' Best display cucumbers ': :i1 } 't'
    y ',For {hind beat display of Irish potatoes . ..l.-.r.: ,,.,.. ... .. ,5.00"For'b 'Bed display Irish potatoes.. 1 case corned beef. Best display nunshes.Best '..... ; '
    : t at dUpay Bermuda onions. ...... ... .. :;.......,.:*.. 10.00 Harney A. Co. I II display cauliflower. ,

    t For second best display"of Bermuda unions..... .,. ....:........ 5.00 i 'Bat crate tomatoes....... ..................... .......... ...$ *. 0 i i Best display English eU. y
    For best display of other.Varieties: of onlons..4. ... : !i.00 I Best crate Irish potatoes .. ... ..... .. .. ... .... .. ........... .. :.60 Open to all competitors.
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    Best 15 bunches........... .. .........$2.00 $i.oav I It F. I .

    Best display cauliflower. C beads. ... ....... ........ ... 2.00 1.03 W. IL ; Local lira Card Ka. 59. Ir, Effect Jan. '30,1905"cow ;

    Best display lettuce 6 heads....... .. ........ ..... .. .. 2.90 1.00 i age I
    I $0UTx.g01t.e-IUD\ *. None-gout0-ttn3 VP.'
    Best display celery 1 dozen roots ...... .... .. .... .:... 2.00 1.00 I C. H.

    1,, Best dlsplay'par-aJey. 6 bunches..... .... .... .... .. ... 2.00 1.00 Jail-Ion I sel' .. u as.za M ... 11 ao. 14 KU as.as .

    r Beet,diaplay beans (green) 1 crate... ...... .... ..... 4.00 2.00 P. : Deity Dstiy Daliy Da tit STATIONS. tI&1JT Dart DaI17 Dsi !'

    Best display green corn.. 12 ears.. .:..... ...... ... .. ... 2.00 1.00 W. S. Dlcl lap i1LLp teas set. Lt".JnrtncrlP. .. .....Ar .p Tsap .00.. .N.i .
    I I sp 4s... ... ; ..tUs.... : .11aa
    Best display'okia., 4 quarts.. .. ...... .... .. . ... .. 1.75 .75 casins. '> p iNp U. 100a.. ..1)0..bt ;",,,_,,.. Lr.Tp. 2"1' 14p 100. Tile

    w Best dlsplar.peppers. 1 peck*...... ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... 1.50 .75 I slap ... .1..10.11Ms 4. .............,..J... !,I 1..1... n.s., ............. Gap'l'P 001, p 117 IN 54a11up .

    Best display water melons..;..... .... ...... .. .. . .. 2.00 1.00 shoes '
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    Beet display onions (green)... ........... ... .... ... %.00 1.00 Isldor /4p iNp 11t1. lass L. .......I..I..,:' Ar slap IZYp01a /M .

    .b Beat display pumpkins 1.% dozen......:. .:. .. .. ... 2.00 l.CO Grlffing I lisp rIp Ar ....... 2'11' 1Ir'... V t.. seep 120. ,
    Best display vegetable oysters. dozen bunches...... 2.00 1.00 budded tNa I.a Le..a. Ldtro ?\r : \b.p tMp lN Ts

    Best display beats (half bushel).. .. ... .... ..... .. 2.00 l.CO Griffins II' !Uti p iL... ... ... ;':".':.". .L.. .1>1 pa'I +
    N p .. ...,....I..r u.. ...... .. 414. '
    Best display beets (1 dozen bunches). .... ... ... ..... 2.00 1.00 Little : .11I P .. ....,...ut ........ .1. P
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    Bert display nraskmellons. (h2 dozen) .... ... ... ... 2.001.00) Pierce &: 1111. loop iMp 1110. ...........!!Oi.rmt.; .m..uJ........... 3:-.ep 420p.10 p 10 {'MaIISYp

    1;Best display Brussels' sprouts.. :......... ... .. .... 2.00 1.00 J. P. i SI8. .INp'" Uirl. ................I'..>.>Ltrlnn r. .,.,,',....................... :;lr.:t&p.. Lap IMa 4Na'

    Best display radishes Gong) .. ... .....:... .. .. .:.. .. 1.50 .75 Society 1211. $4p tip uolp.r.. .......:"..,.. "'.,,'fr............ I.OJ> slap 110. 011.
    ............0. ; '1 ........... :IIt: P
    Bert display radishes (round)... .. ....,......... ... l.Bo .75 Society ilDa ///p s.p lJilp ...........1 ,,,.... .. ........... 1:30 lap ....Ua e
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    Best Bush & 7Oea orp P
    display English peas (4 quarts)....... ..... ..... 2.00 l.CO 4 a p .. .1;.. I-I ...... INp
    Bert display carrots (1 dozen bunches).. .. .. .. .. ... 2.00 a 10 p .11. auI' ....::Bur:.... :..10. ............V. I't.p r.' p>>
    1.00 I 'Wp Sup lisp ....... .. I "".t. .. ...... 'lies. step eYp
    Bert display lima beans (4 quarts)........... .... .. %.00' 1.00 1 years 1 4p 'Np IMp .._...... th .' '>. ........... I alp Oil
    I .Mp ............W ,., _.........1:1 .
    Best dlsplar parsnips (1 dozen). .. .. ..... .. ... ..... 2.00 1.00 1 year's I seep ...._.....S ;....1.. _........ .I. lI l-
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    Bert : 1 year's 4aa Tlap 145p ItG..I. : .1t02p lOOp R ? :
    display spinach" (1'.dozen bunches) ..... ...... 1.50 .75 ate/ ..,......... ;. .. ...a _......... yes; rip ..
    I Bert I Jelly. TOrp .............. ".. ,_ ._ .. yta slip
    display (6 stalks ...
    : cane ... .
    sugar ) .. ... ... 2.00 I .
    .t. 1.00 TMp _............J.,. 't ._... ..... sus blip
    Bert display sweet potatoes (1 bushel)...... :.. ....... 1.50 .';5 1 year's flip ........ .. .""> rt _......... '.is bed. p
    TiTp .....II..I..L ... .9", .' tll ,
    Bert display Hubbard squash (1 dozen).... ... .... .. .. 1.50 .15 II 1 year's IMP ..... f...,:.J :t '"r ... ..... .,,:1.. 11 p a
    Beet 1 year's ems 5Mp l3ep: $Mp \,.... w..t. ... :. .- .. '... ... ka MS'S' .40p .4p4s
    display Boston squash (Udozen)... .............. i.so ..75s coop loop 12IIr .I.... ,. or ...,. ,\ .... etna 1&10. emp lispIsla
    Best display summer [ 1 year's lxlp l$1p .......\\I.! .. ;. : S.1\\. Clap
    sqvash (1 dozen). .. .. .......... 1.50 .76 Clap' .. ... .
    ':" .L. n.: 4bp
    Be tdisplay cabbage, flat (1-2 dozen heads)....,.. .... 2.00 1.00-1 1 year's .y ..._ :'-:! & lItO ,

    ;; Best display cabbage;Winningstadt (1.2 dozen).... .... %.00 1.00 i I 1 year's t000p..l. 'r. .... ......... .. Sits: a /i4""pI p pwl

    Bert. display encumbers.................. ....... .... 3.00: 1.60 I 1 year I stet. l1TOp ..1.. ,'. .......... .:. b.: a rl-r- ... z41p"p TISp. a

    "t ,Bert display Georgia collards..... ......... . .. .. ... l.EO .73' _ '_ _' y
    'Bert :display kale....... .. 1 year's Bu":rr I', ..t"" .".. nn, .,. .' .. ll.j* ty ftnd MNrw 7.
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    k .75 ""l..ul..I..J. L...... ....". _""M._ .. .. ..... ..... ._Augn.tta.D(
    Society Premiums_Fruits. years Mnyr &.

    'Bert display Jnnnquats................................$3.00 $1.60yv 1 year's

    Best display limes.. ......................: ..... 2.00 1.00 1 year's CONDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN v'AGXSCKVlUE: ]! ASD ST. AUGUSTIKE

    F ']Jest display Tahlta Bmes.........:.,.....,........... 2.00 1.00 1 year's lie.Ulie..lit II&. m No. "J' I. tf.: No"fit ....9Jt I IM ; t

    .Bert display sapaAJDos. ......t............:........... 2.00 '1.00 1 years BOUND. DaJIT allr I flatly I, Ns.D"LS t Darts E.la xuy'a+y .,.' 'Dally I\a1y D.tly L MM %' (4 t

    Best display augar apples......:...........;......... j.00 1.00 1 :years L.ec.II..lIl.4-. % A.l 1910 ." J4.tp,,' 1'20".: asatul $espi 1iS. pf ll5nl
    Bert display guavas (1 peck.T..... ..... [.. .... 2.00 1.00 1 year's :. s' .n,:. : rn4a. : .. t" "tl. ilk 1 U.;, tars

    Bert display Maume apple (1 dozen)..:............... 2.00 1.00 1 year's = ?1 ...ZS"'Io.: te" ," 'y t:'.''; ...' ,'t. .. .'.. ... ,. .1St a.lr '

    Bert dlaplay'avocado pears.............. ............. 2.00 1.00": '1 yearn N. BOY0. I Ilt lr I t.ut i. J' ..I I i)' '". E'.: S" [Is. .. I ally hall!

    Bert display mangoes.................. .... ....... ... 2.00 1.00 U ..t.Aurpi.el: 1".1 :;00'1", :Nt: -i'ar'';: .t1'N .1 ixl<" 'k fj-J:; bpM/saes ,
    1 IV. J..a-.w..I.uou' ........ ? .t: rAt tl .r'l.I: l 10'.11611.- ;
    ,; Bert display melon paw paw.......................... 2.00' 1.00 : ::21. ,: '::. _
    ,.., .M ... .
    Bert display, pineapples .(1. dozen).........:........... .3.0o"Bert 1.50 I T.II..mr.-tes..Il.I.I'oll'1\-.r.l''r r<_.... >pdt
    _. .:::.:..
    display peaches (2 quarts).........J... ...... ... 2.00 1.00 --- --. -

    Beat dtaplai Japanese plums... ......t..... ........... 2.00 1.00. In the I I null' ST. AL4LSntiE MW;II")5"11'0'IMII. i k.. CJ ;'P' ."u* I "47., \I&.t J_ A. e m\llL, r-tally.2e h

    Bert display grapes (6 bunches).............. ........ 2.00 1.00 Brown offers : -'- :;t.------I .
    slop L..S.L AII,ht.tlttr.. ... Aiv .\ .Jmr!irr: ,. .. .AT IMn
    Bert display 1Ip (2 quarts).............:...e.......... 2.00' 1.00 best water Slop L..Feet ...1.1" ..... Lt. l1.IIU"'I".. .u. '.. YI.Y; .Westl'a1mBenc1t.&r Sups
    est.c1spIar'1apanese persimmons.................. of a Dade 700p Ap. .._.Dorlrbaron.M !l. '. ."C I I'. t.UW. L. tunHIM ,
    2.00 1.00 Tmp Ar.D..ya.U.......... "t .t !.; t)tij H ... ..t.n Are Lr siT. K'76pp
    Best display Catley guatas (4 quarts)........ ......... 2.00 1.00 drawn by a : Ar"w t'a.y.... __.Lam' -+ lah ( .:=-. R :L. oL .L.ip.: ..

    3 = Bert display. star apples..................... ......... 2.00 1.00WOMAN'S of picture % I" '" 11' 0;,.,-.'' ,,,-: : F":"%.7---. ..MaJ..Z1 ,-!. /
    M.'POilT Cl4'oQ1: y G.tYI: CITY U":1
    select their () -wI' ...I" / r, __ 11.1. ,2.'lt t -.::" .j..J.: .town DaJl7
    John Sewell a *$ : J..ILonn.1I!" Ari.rY.lt'm ,1s. ..., d., tl.wem "'a At liopYMp
    Mix H. 1C.: Flagler-CompeUtfTe exhibit of town..... ..........25.00 Merchants' II ti ma :. j4Lr.LVAtiflUcHeaehl.t PaLlolt.- .th J.: .: ,. .. a ...". I... ". ,, L. !,46p/Op' '
    II a it .8 : ) WtrUnu.' ffTL.i1r'.peWp!
    ;, Mn H. 1C. Flagler Beat display and greatest variety of homemade shoes for the I: $'s to a .jAr{ ...UarJIVI'\... ... )1111.. r. J.J p _. : ,1Ar. oran n'/ty Je.. a pta[ > p j
    canned varieties of N nrBaHjr '. ; .
    N'. u
    BOKESTEAO EXTCISIO" .. .. : !I. S.t.V<*B IZAPUl .....
    Second premium for same..........:........:'............ 10.00 '.W. E. ) Ei. SaJO .1. 4

    .Mrs. H. M. Flagier--Bed display of products from the Cocoanut the Vegetable L. ..........IIIaI:>I. ". .+',1"1'I'.... .,., ,, .... ""U.r.:'" .... .Az use J '
    palm ......... .......' ... .. ......... .. 746. Ar........ ,'.... "L "I.. .. ; r!. I ki ..... Nof..td.. ... Lv 100C0 a r
    : .......,._...... 6.00 $1.00 for best :. ::..:.J r.::. .
    Mra. H. M. Flagler:-Best.display of kumquat products......... 5.00 ishes; $1.00 .. --- -- .
    Yet H. M. Flagjer} -Best display of guava\products............ 5.00 of turnips; $ .
    I lira. H. IL Flagler-Best display of products.:. of 'i-5--- ---- }
    pineapple ..... 5.00 mustord; $ ',
    CIoM Caaaectloa Made at Miami :;' a of Sc P &.a S. S. Compaq to.
    Mrs. H:M riagler-Best display of mango prodncta.......... .. 5.00Mn. rabi; $1.00 .

    H. M. Tlagler.:Best'display of crystallzed fruits.... ..... 6.00 parsley. NASSAU. HAY'ASV.ANO? KEY WEST.

    Mm H. M. Flaglerr-Bert display of pickles. ......... .... ..... .5.00 Miami 4"I ... -- -

    ;a ,Yrs H. M. Flagler-Best display of preserved fruits........... 6.00 ler offers $ : T1>_Tim*Tehl..ihoir th. M.if. Ima UM* TMK! (UUani. '11111"r Met. u:)L Flagler-Best display of Jellies..................... 6.00 tuce; $2.50 for .edoeath.etwpaykoi.ltwtt ......J).. u'.. ..! _an, ......wq.r:4n......... in

    1 lart, H. M.:Flagler=Best display of carving on Dade'county rock 6.00 $2.50 for best : ito,. .' ,
    - -- .
    Mra.'1.0.,Hunter-Best display of knit laces made By a lady over $1.25 for. best F.. c.p. eIto." i.O4'" L .. !O' :; "'T rD M Oth..Ialberar.m; ,
    V .
    '. 80 yean of .......;......-............... .
    age .. ... ....... 2.50 (long) ; $1.25 ; -!>tEl:; ut: r.,:' :T AE 4T.-
    kf Mn.J. 0. Banter-Best display of hand laces made by a lady ishes (round). ,.
    J. D. kAHNt:... A.. '\\UGUc.T1N.:
    rk over 80 Team of age.:..............;.......................... 2.50 R. H. rLA.Ltla'riti .
    .Met JT. 0. Hunter-Best.display of embroideries made by a lady crate of

    over 80 years of age......."................... .............. 2.50 best crate of Coast ne;

    Mrs. J. G. Hunter-Beat display of rugs made by a lady over 80 Dr. G. ] a

    } yean ot, age...............;.:......................... ...... f.50 best display Quickest time, moat excellent Aetna Nortlu Et, u4 Wwt Tta ,

    'rte- '"Mrs. J.'M." Jackson Jr.-Best'display of palmetto work........ %.50 Miami : ATLANTIC COAST LINE. The ramotu New York sad .Flatlda .'Special,

    ;.; Mrs J. K..lac k3Mm. Jr.-Best sofa pillow........,..... .... ... 2 50 for bent solid Punnuui train of Compartment Sleeping Dining and ObtemUoo flan "

    ': Mrs. 8..Graham Best display of flowers grown by a boy or girl Gus Mailer electric lighted throughout IMTM St. Augustine daily except Sunday at 11

    under, 16.;..............'........... ..y'"................. .. 2.50 partment $2.50 A. U.. arrive New Tory 4:45 P. 1C. following _day. "

    ,Yes S. Graham-Second best display.......................... 1.60 grapefruit and :> Florida and West Indiaa Limited, carrying rawlag-Rolm. Sleepen rill

    Mra. S. Graham-Third best display............. ........ ..:... 1.00 best box of Dining Can. lean Jacksonville: at ':00 A. II. dally wriTe New York 1M 6:

    ,H.. T. Whaler-Best painting-In' OH colon, Sx24. of still Ufa ___ ___. P. M. following day.

    Subject. rro'm, i>photograph' furnished from Whaler's jewelry Chicago and.Florida Limited, Mild Pullman train oC Eeeperi, Dlalng sod

    itor'e ............................................. 3.. .....15.00 Observation ;
    i Can. kare JackaonrUl dally ai: .:10.L M, arrlT Chicago 4M
    ; J:. L Brady ft Co:-Bert display of canned goods..........;... ... 5.00 <
    P. )[. following day. This train CMTt.8t.. Loola Blaeper. arrrrlng St. Lords
    Blscayne Drug Storo=-Beet display of hand-made laces.. ....:... 5.to'Bed
    tS5 P. H.Dlxto.
    V.p'' t Cross I'harmacr-Beat display of embroideries.... ..... ... 6.00 fr
    Flyer Leaves JackaonrUI ':0'; P. 1L daily. earrlM throogJi
    First National Bank-Best display of oil paintings....... ....... 5.COFredt .
    sleepers fo Chicago and St. Loot arriving Chicago ':11 P. 11 SL Loot ;
    r a Morae-Beat display of water color paintings.....:.. 5.00
    1:04 A. M. following 1DOI"D1DC-
    C. H. Watson-Bert display of roses flrst"Prlze............... .. 5.CO
    II The quickest tin* by four aDd one-half hoar to CMeax! *. terra soon bet
    'C. JL'Wataon' ;,nd'prti for same................. ..:. .... 3.00
    Sava rata jid out hoar to LoaifrfllftJUKE RZSERVArONS
    H. Watson -Third prize for same:.................. ...... 2.00: PROMPr'LT.FRANK
    Dade County Furniture Co.-Best' display and greatest T&r1ety'of Raleigh |i C. HTTLSTON. District Passenger Agent JackaoorClaj P'1.*.

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    canned.: fruit! rocking chair,value.... ...:.................. ; 7.00 I -- -- -- -- -

    E. B. Douglas-Bert display ot knit and crochet: work In silk. '. I ISo'uthem. RailwaQThree

    "I wool or cotton dress pattern ........ ..... 5.00

    W. 1C. Burdine--Best display of fancy: work by girl under 16 ) i Trains DailyTwo Trains Daily

    t yean ot age dress pattern; ,.aIue.\ &.00 !I T T

    E.: B. Douglas-Bert display and greatest variety of cut flowers,
    New York and
    Washington Cincinnati Chicago
    ": ladles' hat. ralue....:.:......................"......:..:..... 5.0 : { ;

    q .. .John Sewell-Best bouquet"of roses, 1 pair shoes value....... '5.00 Palm Limited" Chicago and Florida Special.".

    ; Brandow Bros.-Best display of laces 1 dozen photos value... 6.00 opsritioj( ;; : ew York and Florida Express I' "
    "Wasbin ton And Florida Lim'd "The Florida Limited.
    ; Burdlne ft Quarterman-Best display of tomato products, framed

    picture ....;..;...;....,:..................................: 6.00 so.'j-; : 101' .:
    S.x 31 No 5 I No. laS.
    ,Wells ft Graves=Bert display: of Battenburg laces, ladles' hat For full : r. bN1u mi tort s a : AFU.EX PAlm M'.AF. 1. IIthsoas.. r..._a.a.ao' AIG fla.
    Lm'd Unt ?* IAl t Un
    value ................;.....,...&.......... ..... ........... '6. I --- -- --.1s 1-

    J.ICDorn-Beat: : display of dr'a1rn.-orIt'......:..........;:.. ... %.50 A. 0: ; .. M.Miami.Aim-nine. 73u.tmllluam 7 10 put 710pn 1 8 Sam HTui' LT LT IoL Ml.ml Anxntl. _..a. .. :; ;' p taSuanii,4ll JO ptD am w-y,

    J. K.1brn-Beat display of embroidery............:........... %.60' J.H.k, *..aTUI--. '" 930am 112.1111'" T Wp.a L. J..k..on.nlf' .. \a.hinrton. 44iamt1OLami t a''PI. Ar ( tialianutxiu 10 Co pn"4& am
    HXWaddeQ Best display homemade'ue4 goods.... ...... 2.50 :New Yurk-. 115....E .JJp.II..m. Cincinnati 7alain7eipm
    I .
    -- '' -- Arl'il'.a. .. aAtpm7lepJlo. .
    Soar' Brothers. I! M-",...... Yo'k..... Florida Capn...." ..
    Beat display'of flow rs;....:.....:..............:.............$ 5.00. nMly except:0.Clu.&oI..a.lundar 1'101. 1I.a.. Dory 9J
    -"Iho. Southern: Palm limned" .
    ; To be paid for In nursery stock. ,.. Sunlaj.No. .. 1 S.0.tY-"TaeFtnrfACUrpW'' dally. .
    a....t'be aldington atnt Fleri J. Hnbbard Cheatham-Best display of fabric painting.. ...... 3.00 :.-Lilly. h.< thoroodi Pallmau SSfft'IUII: Car to Mlni-lT.
    IIrmllllk.I..lllrbl. laws qty.D0 .
    Stamford Shoe Ca-Best design In cut flowers, 1 pair/Dorothy 30 I _
    U ttknOto iftl Gs clMrt : i NO.WH
    .Dodd shoes.' True b 1 It IN Coosa. :: iIJbs If

    :,, Prank TJ Bj-ige-Best display pf drawn work. Jardiniere.dsldor 1 ._ ___,. ___. ___ -- _'Lt.,4.fTnJa 'Y
    VV !. M. ml --I axlam.:
    V J Cob. :-Best aapadlUos, 1 dozen table napkins yalue.... %.50 St. .An-nutlu .. i a IU P w -L.LTiixni. .... .. ,,1-- ;#
    Julius-Smith-Best display of geraniums, photograpa album. I A.be Illy le ,1 7 1 :s Mpm* pm '' LT JaruiMtllloAr V .. 1"5> pm7Upn v
    John Beybold-Beat shell and scale work. cake. Cures IIot '|.riiik> . 'J;t7I'W. L. BlarkTill.aDI\JJ.. '1M pmUutpm m'4 IS!
    p am
    Clntttmatio __ _,_ _. _' li a ra L.Blaek.Ule. :
    : 11I.,515, _
    CL D. Lemerett. dozen glasses.ot guava Jelly, goods from store I I Ar AlkcD uo, /1'pme&tam:
    Penman Drawlnc Runm'cruinr
    value ......,...........r.......,*... ...-.'...... ......... ...... 2.00 I \> '.., 7/--Daly.: Car.Jjrk...nlllr to I In.-mn.iU ArAuseta.._____ .. II5SYpmuSiam !.

    Supt R. E. Han-Best esaj on. The Future of Miami: ......... 3.00 I 1 I' .. "The ".ad of ik& Sky" .''Siiadaf.x..xy r Pallnu Tb. Palm Car Urajtrd.trail wtttt" daily ngCan tiecpt.

    8aptRE., 'Han :-Second beet etsay:.on. The Future of Miami.. 2 00 I ...."...-.,....1( at BlnrkTil with Rare earnlos I
    Piillnan tar (or Alkra and Amu a. *
    Open to the pupils of the Miami public school I Excelleol 1 I ( hininsc) ( ir Service i I .No. -"WaiiUairt-m and tlunda United.1*

    Cooley'ft Homer-Best 15 dozen glasses Jamaica sorrel Jelly r... 2.00 : x ; i vibe Pnllman and BUcktUI-*"V' MOX. Cu.to.Alkra Jaekroara.and\upeta.lo mack:

    KcA11Ister" Beck:-Best'display ot china painting ..........-. 2.00' I i \ ,

    W. H. Chaffle-Bert display of crayon work- ,,...:...:...........r. 2.00 V For Sleeping Car N *- Hations.. Map*.*Folders" .ana Information.

    Dad County Furniture Co.':"Best diiplay of burnt work In war i ii Apply ...

    al'? or leather........;. ...:..q.rt.: ........ .....,.......t..u."I, 2.00 i Fcr 20 C. LOSE DiitrictPassinger Agent, 108 W. Bay St., Jacksoarille.: .

    t + 1. Eo Lnmmu.-best dfep ay'of plcidea...........-....,.;......s : 00 H. HA aDWICK. P T J(.. WasMajfto", D. C. W TAYLOR: 0. P. A..
    ., . O.0 00000. 'r- LoDI 0. C BROOKS UOROA.N A. Q. P. A., Atlanta (J orgia.r .
    t: :

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    m s 0 C ON .. N NN N ...... .. ,. .

    _ [ ingto l".jrr..M. LUCAS PAINTS )e

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    =-= --=--:- -_- --- For Sale I by ==-- -"--- _- -: :: j
    '-.a = :.o A

    +1 Better Paint first Will Value Increase of Your the Mouse.Cash I H!: : FO ANK T e BUDGE t I

    .................... aH sssseatr.'e..G >tfeetr.eseeeh sueieee escclee.'.te.sxeterieatasaeoe.cea4e9s.Htee..e
    =:..::. p00pHeMae1 tiN.eteeet ee.rt rtr
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    ;sx :!Z'z asaxf c,9rs Jf.!:sa'. '_. II. M.KLNGUndertaker \ I lye:=c>_ ;xs QOO ua.aa === oo0 J

    ; and Knihahner: I g .
    a.a. ;: .1;( a. g I
    taut) AMIM'E:: I 1)
    Mrs W M Brow and Mars Brown. .
    r Jr.. wife and son of \\'. :M Broun, of Pcr*..>nal ,lltcntii ( hen in 11 ( all. J JI d

    : the Fort Dallas National Bank: came C Depositary State of Florida I )
    down from Tltosville last Saturday.; I
    I Mrs \V. 11 Gr.r.ns.: tif Jac\son\ill: M.ir-h.il! riapnniwii has revived in- r
    --- -
    tM Bradleya fertilizers for All cropi i i3 visiting vr- parents, Captain and' fOrl'al;iiu fr",11 rest Palm B.i
    J. E. L immus Agent lira C. II. j-d.ky.! on Twelfth street a tug)d. had been stolen there Sat- 8: ,'I
    I --.- unlaj 111,bl, a di'st'ripuon of the \\hed 1 t
    Mr. and Mrs. IL Jot Flagler and sei Aetna dynamite and supplies for \\a-> -(4.1.; and jo-t Io'rlay afternoon at
    *_l guests carne down from Palm tale by Luuiaius: &: Se eiL '-j I 2:! 0'<..10he\ lotatc,I the abed in the TheMiami j

    I Beach yesterday on the special and< |'osii-jon of a white boy camel Alfred .
    spent the day In Ilia city returning Walter II a'"1..111100 general manag"ri : I tea; who! was plated: in jail. 0 !;
    on the regular train last night i of the Ccn>olidald Fruit Co., will: :
    : he:a,Iquartur.; in Jacksonville! is again i Ar-onc: the: pronincut'Isltors now
    For watch repairing try Maynard in the city 12 the interest of that com! in th city an.) iruuhis of the Biscayne FirstNat Hank j

    on Avenue D. Work 8CCW'& pricereaaonaUe. pang iIf I rI I are :Mr and Mrs. William C. ONetll, 9 I
    of ThiiaJelphia. Mr O'Neill is insurance I .
    -I I you t Car t to Improve your property mai-agtr for John Wannamaker. 1

    Mrs. Harding Reynolds, formerly] 'I and coed to borrow money fur thei and is on his first \isit to this city and I

    'i Miss Ethel Romfh of this city is expected 1 i purpose. Iff (;(0. 0 t'urrio. Attorney- section. Thursday he was entertainedby I Florida !
    to arrive shortly on a visit to U-law. West Palm Beach. 2S1 E. Waddell, and this afternoon I ,
    a *
    her parents. This will be Interesting he and his estimable wife are being I t
    44 And pleasant news"to her host of Mlami The auxll;ary cruising yacht Pintaof entertained with a bay ride by MrJI. I f:
    friends. St Augustine with Mr. F. K. Colby Shanahan.For ---- -- Tf
    and party of Denver. Col aboard and I t ",

    1 The Dally Metropolis gives Us reader which has been in port for the past) Sale.-Thoroughbred White Leghorn j .
    more real lire local and Ulegrapbknew several weeks, left this morning on' cockerels, nine months old $1.50. I OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: )

    it than any paper In the world In her way back up the coast. Eggs, for hatching $1 per dozen. Troop tj>

    a city a* null u Miami. And all for Poultry Farm Enterprise, Fla. I ,I
    $; the small sum of ten cents: a week. Wanted--18 or 20 foot dory- al1 I E. M. Brelsford. President. OHON.
    '- preferred. Apply R. M. Monroe Cocoannt At the regular monthly meeting of
    Her. T. T. Ftshburn and family arrived Grove. the Southern Cross Chapter. United i I

    .. at their beautiful winter home Daughters of the Confederacy held Edwin A. Waddell Vice-Pres. WM..H.GRAHAM, Mttsbor* Fa
    i a few days since where they will remain Mr.J. G. Truitt of Benna Vista,with yesterday afternoon at the residence President Mercantile Trust Ce.a .

    i",, until late In the spring The a party of friends, will leave the first of Mrs. S. T. Gramllng. new officers William A. Vice-Pres.
    good people of Miami extend to them of next week on a cruise and exploration for the ensuing year were elected as Spitzer C. FRISSELL, Miami. Fla .(

    a most cordial welcome. of the.l wer coast The/ will be follows: President Mrs. W. R. Har- 11f
    l equipped- for explonng the 'Glades and ney; vice President Mrs. S. T. Gram- Edward C. Romf, Cashier E. M. BRELSFORD, President.

    4 For Sale.-Near Miami fire acr r expect to reach territory heretofore ling; Recording Secretary Miss Maud J. E. LUMMUS, Merchant. t;;
    110 grapefruit'trees!; 6.000 pineapples untrodden bj' a white man. Coachman; Corresponding Secreary, ;,
    P. O. Box 62X'Miami.! Fla W. M. BURDINE. Merchant.
    1r, Mrs. C. D. Leffler; Treasurer, Mrs. R. Ii

    If Mrs. C. -C. Torbert and-Mis Luline Biscayne! cod<< the newest delicacy. D May; Historian Miss Bessio Fuller. M. K. SALSBURY, Plttsburg. Pa. ,

    of Opellka. Ala., relations ol' at Wilson & Flye's 1851 I President Midland! Coal Company. ..
    Torbcrt For Sale.-The.famous Toquet gasoline Uniform Courtesy to 1;
    If Miss Cora Torbert arrived,in the several city I Dr. Harry Lawton who purchased a': marine motors. The best in the every patron be he the W. H. SPITZER, Vice-President.
    and will spend
    Satuday site for a sanitarium at Cocoanut I world for launches and for auxiliaryuse
    with their relative at the : modest saver for lhome C. C. Attorney .
    weeks Grove a year or two ago, arrived a In sal'ing craft Drop a postal I' : CHILLINGWORTH 'fr

    Ix Southern. day or two since at the Royal Palm card to C. F. Norton Cocoa. or tho controller vast E. A. WADDELL Vice-President. ,'
    f!: .. with twelve of his patients. He says I I
    fertilizers are the best business interest . Real Estate. 5s.
    i Bradley's that he is p'annln:; to have work begun The announcement Is made that the I
    For sale by J. E. Lammas, UlamL on his sanitarium in time to haveIt Woman's Christian Temperance Union A. P. ANTHONY, Anthony Broe. ;

    ready for-next season. will hold regular meetings at 3:30
    Miss J. L. Cott of Washington who M. SHANAHAN, Grand Rapids, Mich I
    o'clock on the second and fourth
    was recently appointed to a positionat Money to loan on improved property. Treat. BIssell's Carpet Sweeper Co,
    has Thursdays of each month as follows: We Cash Travelers I Letters of Credit I
    the Experimental Station attired 0. S. Amsden, Cocoanut Grove or M.
    January, April, July and October, in EDWARD C. Cashier
    located 4tt i i .
    and Is .comfortably D. Price, Miami i
    J Mr. the M. E. Church, South; February
    the residence of &IId.MrL D. Lap .
    May August and November in the --- -r
    iJ barn, on Eighteenth street. Mrs. G. Enloe has as her guest for '
    first M. E. Church, and March. June
    the balance of the season her sister September and December in the First We 3 cent
    Farmers wishing to- borrow money Mrs., Joseph Esqulrol, of New York pay per \
    t Baptist Church. Mrs. Fred Amason
    should address Realty Mortgage Co. who arrived Saturday. Mrs. Richard a
    president and Mrs Edwin Nelson sec
    West Palm Beach, Fla Alfred mother of Mrs. Enloe who has on savings accounts
    i retary. Visitors are cordially invited
    --- been absent for several months also ..
    The new toll-bridge on Twelfth I to attend. I ...
    returned Saturday night acd will
    i3'' street was opened yesterday without .
    Solicits Account of
    with Dr. and
    again make her home : Tomato Plants for Sale.-A limited
    b charge for crossing, either for vehicles
    Ist t Mrs Enloe and family. number of plants saved from the t

    tt{+I invited or:, foot to passengers go over, and'everybody to, Riverside and I, 'recre Acme and Soauty. Sbnul 1 be ( Firms and Individuals. Safe Deposit Boxes for'I ent j jO

    see the future fashionable residence I Wanted.-10 men in ench tote to S! to 10 inches hlh: by Feb. 10. Best (
    travel), tack signs and distribute sam iePil. $1 75; per thousand. 5.fW.O/ lots, C portion of the city. I pies and circulars of our goods. Salary $1.,5. ('ash with order. Eggplants; I!) .II

    1' It yet want fertilizers, consult J. E. 1 $i5OO pr month. $3.00 per day (350(:: per thousand. J. R. Davis, Barow. --
    Lanu-cs, agent for the old reliableBradley's '' for! expensex Kuhlman Co, Dept S, ; Fla. 67 IIBURDME4QUARTERMAN
    Atlas building Chicago. :
    goods. OiN 10001 ,, N OOH ft N NON HO NN ONe
    :Mr. P. F. Miles who has been in oeMO

    The launch Imperial. George Brick Among the prominent guests now charge of the business department of |I

    ell, owner and which left here Sunday registered at the Royal Palm are the the: Metropolis, loft last Friday for
    \\i K morning with supplies for thetier" Duke and Duchexs of Manchester his home at Union Springs Ala,where I \ t
    F. E. c. Ry. surveyors, in the keys, '' and Mr. Zimmerman father of the his presence and assistance is necessary

    ,broke down near Soldier Key and was Duchess, who came down Thursday In the large mercantile business !
    t towed back to port by the Louise forrepairs. afternoon from Palm Beach to spend belonging to his father. Mr. Miles
    several days. Today they are the liked Miami very much and hopes for ,..
    ; .
    guest of Senator Camden aboard the the time when he can return here to ..tj

    Writing tablets and rtatiosery for Barracuda on a trip to the fishing remain. During his stay here he made j lz
    1 \\hit set for is as important as the amount no matt -r rhow
    i ale at J. B. Sereren's drug .tore. grounds. himself very popular with all with )JOB roar money you pay
    horn he came in contact and his employers I low the price no trasb goes oat of this store. Irs always! "valae receive!" :
    ;; Mr. J. E. Ingraham is now able to For Montgomery Ward &: and associates all entertain .I etu

    leave his bed after a very serious ill :o'g. Body-weight' Drill and Cultivator for him the highest regard and extend :
    nest As 'soon as his condition per : complete. Never been used. heir best wishes. Until the removal \.
    : mits he will take a trip to the lower, Price, $7.00. Address postofdce box of Mr. S. Bobo Dean to Miami which :

    *i ,East Coast and will be accompanied 15. Cutler Fla.Monday trill be in the next two or threo weeks, : NOTIONS f
    ; by Mrs. Ingraham.-St. Augustine Record the business of the Metropolis will ben 4

    ; .. i f evening, January 20, Mrs. the control of Mr. G. D. Brorsier. of :
    Lillian B. of the Miami Oonserv-
    ;., the: circulation and advertising department :
    Try the latest thin; la dried fish.Blscayne story of Music, assisted by Mr. Frank- \

    G iflj, cod. at Wilson Tlye's 185 lIn Coleman Bush Miss Hanna Phoebe :4. Fill up p your nolion\ basket now with the !
    --- Shippee and other wen tnown; talent,

    g'N., who. spent A. Cough last winter of Cincinnati here and, made Ohio I If auditorium will give a for dramatic the benefit recital of Trinity at the A inn,!,.t Eft** r > **... II II I I gooj little things that are b here for \very For The Home il il.p'

    c? several Investments In Miami real estate Altar Guild the proceeds to go towards I I ranch less than regular prices instead of ;
    has arrived again and will be here paying for seats for the church 4I

    ;,P some time., He notes with pleasure and Guild. The recital will be of avery 4 waiting until you are away in the: country -
    the rapid growth of the city and still 1 high order which connected with j 4j 4I .
    t believes In Its tuture as one of the the very'worthy cause for which it is anj a spool of Darning Cotton isn'twithin From the drapery department the ilI

    surest and best. given, should Insure a large audience. sac i I
    i<>* It I 4 reachPARASOLS news comes this time---timely news

    1' Complete ILie of Watches tad docks LAUNCH FOR 'SALE. 4. for notice how the days grow longer..

    Ip at Uay&ard's Optical and J..e1rJStore. Strongly built good speed In thorough .. House cleaning and spring' time will
    Avenue D. repair. Length 27 feet beam 5 I I

    :-- 1-2 feeL New boiler 7 ,1-2 h. p. engine X11 come together and windows need
    it* One of the largest catches of kingfish with two complete sets of parts,
    I of the season was that made by including shafts wheels pumps, re- b4ffl I It new things to hang up before them

    t. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bryce. of Indianapolis rerslng gears etc.: also a new lighter II t I and other things need freshening up.

    : Mr. J. A. Werner of Brooklyn forty feet long twelve feet broad-will I
    I' : J. BV Hunt. W. H. Deyo, and U'I carry 1,000 crates tomatoes-with any : Out come the fresh new parasoK: New abioTake time by the forelock and drape
    I did not over a t-mjjle paratolfrom ,.
    PDWj R lately-we carry
    K. TerwIUiser all of Ellenton. N. i hors and all equipments. Write \j last season. And wonderfully dainty they windows at the rate of two to one at
    who, fishing from the Seminole succeeded Ward G. Foster, Palm Beach or Robert 1
    r- Absolutely Pure : are-made especially for us, s*> that allot them
    In landing 76 of these game 'I T. Kyle Fort Lauderdale, where show some special, generally delusive prettiness regular prices.

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    f. ;, Better. Paint First Will Value Increase of Your the Mouse.f Cash. !;1,;"; F D AN K TIIB' U D G E 1;.

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    ; and Kinbalniur ,

    C.ef.T.i.A.BC.A.L1 f,8.E6'.FX e I I 3 3I
    MOO AMM-E: ))
    Mrs \V ?I. CrOWD anJ Mark! Brown,
    \ Jr., wife and son nf W. M Brown, of Ft.r*>nnnJ .mention (ii\cn tot tall*. J 0
    the Fort Dallas National: Can: carne 0 I[ State of Florida I

    -'. Mrs W I), trifles: of Jac'iftontille, :Mar,ha I Hinntutn) has rallied in- '-
    p '! UN Bradleys fertilizer for all crops. Is \iHiun 1 ,; I lir pa'tnti. Captain and fonatut.i ,: fro,n \\i-t Palm Bach 'hat 0 .
    i. E. Lummus.. Agent Mrs C. 11. Bracl! <_y. on Twelfth strett a h---: had, bo"ii stolen there Saturday '
    I ._ iii-iu. a iK"ration of tits: wlieil aa i
    Mr. and Mrs. IL M. Piaster and eevesl Aetna dynamite and supplies for I: >\.ia .-. 1.1. and i..Mir,lay afternoon at

    t. .. guests came down from Palm ale by Luoiiuus t SeueiL ;1 I I J! o'cI"eh he located the xbecl in the I The
    Beach y terelay on the special aud I I posse! .ou of a white boy named Al-
    f spent the day In the city, returning Walter Hawkins, general rnanas'r fr.,1 1 tux, Mao was placed in jail. c
    of the t'nsoi-ilTted Fruit Co, witn i I II
    oa the regujar train last ni hu ,
    1 hi a-Iquar:ers in Jacksor.uHe. IK again \r.'onr the pro:utncnt visitors now ;
    '1. For watch repalrtag. try Maynard, in the city in the li.tertst of that com in th city and 1 .::u<'s/d of the Biscayne, iPirstNat.BankMiami

    ' on Avenue D. Work accurate, prices pany. are Mr, and Mrs. William C. O'. dll.
    ' reason Me. of Philadelphia.) :Mr. O'Neiil: is insurance t

    I' j| If you want. to Improve your proper- mai.ager for Job Wannamaker,
    Mrs. Harding Reynolds formerly ty, and need to borrow money fur tit and Is on his first visit to this city and
    Miss Ethel Roma, of this city, is expected purpose try Cto O Currie, Attorney- section. Thursday he was entertainedby Floridat
    to arrive kLortly ona visit to at-law West Palm Beach. 2S1 K. A. Waddell, and this afternoonhe I'
    f: "
    her parents. This will be Interesting and his estimable wife are being I
    1f; and pleasant news to her host of MIAmI The auxiliary! cruising yacht Pinta entertained with a bay ride by ilr.M. I
    friends. of St. Augustine, with Mr. F. K. Colby Shanahan -- -- -- -.
    I and party of Denier Cot aboard, and II t r!

    r The Dally Metropolis elves Its readers I which has been In port. for the past For Sale.-Thoroughbred White Leghorn I
    more real lire local sad tUegraphlc several weeks, left this morning. : on' cockerels, nine months old, $1.50. I OFFICERS: DIRECTORS:

    news than any paper In the world la her way back up the coast Eggs for hatching $1 per dozen. Troop I .

    city M small M Miami. And all for Poultry Farm, Enterprise, Fla. I
    the small sum of ten cents: a week. Wsntect-lI or 20 foot dory- ail I E. M. Brelsford, President
    , preferred. Apply, R. M. Monroe. Co- At the regular monthly meeting of
    Rer.T. T. Flahbnrn and family armed coanut Grove. the Southern Cross Chapter United :I

    k at their beautiful winter home Daughters' of the Confederacy held j Edwin A. Waddell Vice-Pres. HON. WM. H.GRAHAM. Pitta***.t> f
    a few days since, where they will remain Mr.J. G. Trultt of Benna Vista,witha yesterday afternoon at the residence' President Mercantile Trust C*

    until late In the}spring: The party of friends, will leave the first of Mrs. S. T. Gramllng. new officers William A. Spitzer Vice-Pres.
    'E L food people of Miami extend to them of next week on a cruise and exploration for the ensuing year were elected as a C. FRISSELL. Miami, Fla
    i a most cordial welcome. of the.lower coast The? will be follows: President Mrs. W. R. liar-
    equipped for exploring the 'Glades and ney; vice President Mrs S. T. Gram- j Edward C. R om f h, CashierE.. M. BRELSFORD, President. w

    For Sale.-Near Miami; five acres'; expect to reach territory heretofore ling; Recording Secretary Miss Maud'' J. E. LUMMUS Merchant
    110 grapefruit trees; 5,000 pineapples.P. untrodden by a white man. Coachman; Corresponding Secreary,
    O. Box 623.'Miami. Fla. W. M. BUROINE Merchant.
    Mrs. C. D. Leffler; Treasurer, Mrs. R. j I ,
    Blscayne cod the newest delicacy.at D. May Historian, Miss Bessij Fuller.
    e. lira.-C, C. Torbert and Miss Lullne ; M. K. SALSBURY. Plttsbur, Pa,
    Wilson ft Flye's
    Torbert of Opelika Ala, relations of: 185// For Sale.-The famolll-Toquet gasoline I Uniform Courtesy to President Midland Coal Company. .

    Miss Cora Torbert. arrived in the city I Dr. Harry Lawton who purchased a j marine r.otors. The best In the I every patron be he the W. H. SPITZER, Vlce-Prtafdtnt
    w Satnday night and will! spend several : site for a sanitarium at Cocoanut I world for launches and for auxiliaryuse I '
    tcllh their relative at the, modest saver forahome C. C. CHILLINGWORTH,
    weeks two arrived a Attorney
    Grove a rear or ago in sailing! craft Drop a postal I
    Southern. ,I day or two since at the Royal Palm card to C. F. Norton: Cocoa. I or tho controller vast E. A. WADDELL Vlee-Prtsldent.
    twelve of his patients. He II
    with says
    c fertilizers arc the best I I business mtore&t Real Estate n
    Bradley's that he is planning: to have work be- The announcement is made that the
    For sale by J. E. Luzmnos MlamL gun on his sanitarium In time to haveit Woman's Christian Temperance Union A. P. ANTHONY, Anthony Bros. :

    ready for next season. will hold regular meetings at 3:30
    Miss J. L. Cott of Washington who I M. SHANAHAN Grand Rapids MichTreat.
    o'clock on the second and fourth
    was recently: appointed to a position Money to loan on improved property. '' Blssell's Carpet Sweeper Co, U
    I Thursdays of each month as follows: 'I We Cash Travelers Letters of Credit
    :F at the Experimental Station, has arrived G. S. Amsden, Cocoanut Grove, or M.
    located at I January, April, July and Octcber, in I EDWARD C. ROMFH. CashlshWe
    and Is .comfortably Miaml
    D. the M. E. Church, South; February I
    the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. Lap-
    May, August and November, In the ---
    ham on Eighteenth street Mrs. G. Enloe has as her guest for I
    h March.
    First M. E. Church and June.
    the balance of the season her sister, December in the First I wx
    September and 3
    f Farmers wishing" to. borrow money Mrs. Joseph Esquirol, of New York Baptist Church. Mrs. Fred Amason, ., pay per
    should address Realty Mortgage Co, who arrived Saturday. Mrs. Richard
    president and Mrs. Edwin Nelson sec
    West Palm Beach Fla. Alfred mother of Mrs. Enloe, who has on savings accountsSolicits
    retary. Visitors are cordially Invitedto
    I --. been absent for several months, also .
    The new toll bridge on Twelfth attend. I W
    returned Saturday night and
    1 street was opened yesterday without ; again make her home with lr.. and Tomato Plants for Sale.-A limited Account; of. ,
    charge for crossing, either for vehicles i i j
    Mrs Enloe and family. number: of plants saved from the
    ,J or Invited foot to passengers go over. to and Riverside everytody: and Is i| freeze Acme and Seauty. Should be j jg I Firms and Individuals. Safe Deposit Boxes for RentIiDCCOOO
    Wanted.-10 men in each state to to 10 inches hlqh by Feb. 20\ Lest I
    t see the future fashionable residence |
    \I travel: tack signs and distribute sam- seed, Jl.75 per th)usand. 5000 lots, <:)OQCOCCO OOCOOO o OCGGCDOGaeeooa. 7
    portion of the city. I
    ______ I ples and circulars of our goods. Salary Jl I.r.s. ('nsb with order. Esiplants.;: : | 7V
    : If you want fertilizers consult J. E. {; J73.00 pr month. $3.00 per day $::.50() per thousand. J. R. Davis, Bar .

    Lomi..ia agent for the old reliable'' for expcnsei. Kuhlman Co., Dept S, tow Fla. 67

    Bradley's goods. s Atlas building. Chicago. .M.i..........O..IQO? ..SS..ISOf...10...Its.ss.s.S.....S............
    Mr. P. F. Miles, who has been in :

    v The launch Imperial, George Brick- Among: the prominent guests now charge of the business department of ,! :

    ell, owner, and which left here Sun registered at the Royal Palm are the the Metropolis left last Friday for I

    day morning; with supplies for the i Duke and Duchess of Manchester, his home at Union Springs Ala.,where :

    P. E. C. Ry. surveyors In the keys,j I and Mr. Zimmerman, father of the his presence and assistance is ncces :IURDINE&QUARTERMAN
    broke down near Soldier Key and was Duchess, who came down Thursday sary in the large mercantile business :
    towed back to port hy the Louise for afternoon from Palm Beach to spend belonging to his father. 1>lr. Miles I i
    t" repairs. several days. Today they are the liked Miami very much and hopes for I
    I* guests of Senator Camden aboard the the time when he can return here to :.

    (*l tablets and rtatlosery for Barracuda on a trip to the fishing remain. During his stay here he made
    PJJg Ale Writing at J. B Screren's drug store. grounds. himself very popular with all with I I \that\ )JOB get t for )your money is as Important as the amount yon PlY no matter .,

    - whom he came In contact : how low the price no trash goes oat of this store It's always "\ Lllle received'
    Mr. J. E. Ingraham Is now able to For Sale.-Montgomery Ward &: ployers and associates all entertaln.l:I .

    leave his bed, after a very serious Ill : Co's. Body-weight Drill and been Cultivator used. for him the highest regard and extend I''S______________________ _ _ -S
    ness. As soon as his condition-- permits i i complete. Never their best wishes. Until the :
    he will take e trip to tha lowers j I I Price 700. Address postottce box of Mr. S. Bobo Dean to Miami which

    V East Coast and will be accompanied 15, Cutler FlaMonday will be in the next two or threo weeks i NOTIONS
    :.. I Something
    % hy Mrs. Ingraham.-St Augustine Record the business of the Metropolis will be
    evening January 20, Mrs. Brorster of s
    i I In the control of Mr. G. D. .
    Lillian B. Cary of the Miami Conservatory the circulation and advertising de- I
    Try the latest thing ta dried fish.BUcayne of Music, assisted by Mr. Frank-

    1 I cod, at Wilson A Tlye'i 185 j IUn Coleman Bush, Miss Hanna Phoebe partment : Fill DP jour notion\ tasLet now with the
    ) E --- 1 Shippee and other welt wiowi talent For
    I Iit I The Home
    N. A. Cough, of Cincinnati, Ohio,' at the that here for i
    dramatic recital little
    will give a n : good things are \very
    .. made! H s yMtrail i .. .# ...."..-. .. ;
    wl here and
    g who spent last:, T I auditorium for the benefit of Trinity
    ':; several Investments In Miami real estate Altar Guild, the proceeds to go towards ... \lit!*'"" : much less than regular prices instead of

    r. has arrived again and will be here I paying for seats for the church O Y.i1 t." .
    ,Ih some lima He notes with pleasure' and Guild. The recital will be of avery P G.Nj waiting until yon are away in the country '

    the rapid growth cf the city and still j high order, which connected with ,,- ,. ... I
    of the .-...-.....--:-, of Cotton isn't t From the the
    Relieves In Its future as one the very worthy cause for which It Is ,,' anJ a spool Darning drapery department
    .y surest. and best should Insure large audience.
    given a
    J\' nrl within reach news comes this time---timely news

    : Complete IS e of Watches and Clocks LAUNCH FOR SALE. > ,- for notice how the days grow longer.*

    'i1 at Maynard's Optical and Jswelry Strongly built good speed, In thorough J. House cleaning and spring time will
    Store. Avenue D. repair. Length 27 feet beam E
    -- 1-2 feet New Lozier 7 .1.% h. p. engine f,p1..... together, and windows need
    One of the largest catches of kingfish with two complete sets of parts, P ARI&SOLSand
    c: was that made hy G things to hang up before them,
    ,. of the season including shifts, -wheels pumps reversing b4KB
    IIi Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bryce, of Indian. gears eta: also a new lighter other things need freshening up.
    spoils; Mr. J. A. Werner, of Brook. forty feet long, twelve feet broad-will i
    < I Out come the fresh: new para.oK, -New absoTake time by the forelock and r
    lyn; J. R. Hunt W. H. Deyo. and U. carry 1.000 crates tomatoes-with anchors drape :
    I did not over a single parasol
    powgE R J lately-we carry ;
    .E. TerrlUlser all ofdlenton. N. Y., and all equipments. Write. i from lat seam. And wonderfulltlainty they windows at the rate of two to one at
    n who, fishing from the Semlnoie! sue. Ward G. Foster, Palm Beach or Rob- Absolutely Pure I I are-made especially for us, &) that allot them
    : F'ceeded In landing: 76 of these! game I ert T. Kyle, Fort. Lauderdale, where I show some pecialgenerally exclusive; prettiness regular prices.

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    'THE FINEST CAPITAL IN WORLD'. J the gardens has been sunk forty 'feet i Death of Mrs. Matthews ._ ;...1'. .
    tIr: ---: L..,___& .,.. _
    j 'itlow us bare l an 1 a wide l"ght! of | Mrs. :Matthews, ntnl r:>. anj motherof Ii
    'J Is Planned and Proposed; for the Unit' -.tops Joia the tuo levels. A terrace Mr llobtrt T. I K> II'. of ih'.s city -I

    ed State j turritthe upnr level around the gar J I]I I diet f-'uni'ay nmrninc at Fort Lau- B HH I'd
    .} ii-n anJ gnat trees 0' erholD;; illS:: derdakat! :ir a hn,.:irin;; ftniis. MrsMatthiws .
    Washington, Fel). .-The till dn. T walks.I j I I was a form r resident of
    erased in Congress rvrcttly bar but I I. FOil the Monument Ga.Mon! the I Ml.ni: t, and In I show friends 1'111 1 ac Tile Reasons why Large Increase
    lUng the height of tuUinss: borderIng I \\'hte llti'isc "' the north ,
    ; i is s>< n to amlj: i '|11i.1&.o": ; li "" 'I lit- 1,1J.ly l Nxas in
    (In. .tbl" segd-circular'tar t of tb eI'h., j j \\a-lr"-'uu t'oinnon and btrlti iI t i ij tf>rr,'I y- ,'' r.IY lift' rnoon at Mania
    mew Union. fatlon: at Washington; not j .II?S uf the I'l'' !'ic ;'iiyiroiinild'! toa art !) ly I Ldula', rOn l\11..;.
    .tly a"-.- l.e a t..r':.c:rJ:." ::1'! EO j I i. .. ,.,'r, li. v.et i1.", .,7.0. -1.1 ii.. i --, -- i i
    I mental treaiaient for ihe new I'iasu.i, I '::1:1:i is 1 rarMurn1 Into a grand carai.n a Pleasant! Mission. I Ii V. I
    | in l be Realized .'
    ) but what is more important, it shows <. .ilar i !o lit M" at Vo rI1lI's, ami!I :Mr.: V..ili.r! C. 1 tuCnrnio. 'h(- will ten I I our

    i the acme I iLtorisc that is taken in :. 'i:.'ia .IJ""I Tince- and Himpton e ,\\'J } .",* :c-r\1 of tl)'s cup 1: .
    ,carrying forward the great plan for the :I 'girl. in nuKland.JSom'i I lilt Sin dav f'r his f >rn" r Lome at
    future detcltJimient cf the Nation's: 'rfil ly ],ark: treatment this! 1'lma. :o."W; \"". ... ant after isitll'
    I Capitol! 01..1 i.n.: ., lu ::,..mJ Point lun.ia h.;> | .Tr.'<; '!. i t.. hr nah!.! he all,
    This plan which the President! men j jvsii.;:.; I. I tloned with appro.al in his u'essag.'. 'It.! :. nrsal: Br.lc! 1 Is propose; .1. 1 ailing: 1. lie will If 'rumiil to MII.I!i :M.irj RIVERSIDE PROPERTY
    and which roconlly received this cnihu 'o ih" t tu.iu'iful li.Us across the I'ulu- :S. CllnI.llld' uu. a pi'''ml.ir mil talcM!
    { elastic endorsement of (he American I ii ae ati'l i the tnitre District of Cui un.- I ",1 I )"1a, lady nf that city. Iiniuci'ialf'v '

    CivIc Association, should he of deep .a bas bom til u lie! J and lalj out ina after Iii inatr.tt'- ;.', r. "".J Sirs (
    1 Interest to eluyJten! of tho; united; stn tar nat IIT. li4.ar'n! : unl l 1" n\ States who considers: the beauty and! 1! A guide !is thus provided bv mhlrhh' ,I'h' re to take paje on thi Chilistianur i' .

    grandeur of the Capitol waiters of /1 necessary\ and :inevitable expoudi- I fir J-u'!,siimlip, front winch
    ;.- p Balional Importance. lure for public' Improvements in Wa&h j jinqtoii plate' : tin v will return to :Miami altl,11 .
    The desirability of a comprehensive! ': ;: can I 1'oeeel I wl'h certainty' : ofa I II I (CiK'n.iniit Grove, win ro they will make: '
    plan for tha development of \Va&h grand ant hirnmnlmia recall; the heir: fu'are ln-nio !<::1'. PfGaiino has Our confidence .
    I I I in
    Ington baa long been felt by Con J i Government hah oily to follow! the rt' I.I..ej in :Maui bet. a few month, large increase in the value '
    i i1.ut .
    Cress. During the past few years j! plan which it has prepared t.) make In thai tune h.Ins won his: way
    t i particularly, qucsticns have arisen as'!' our National t apilol the most impusicg into th" confi.Icnco and respect of the I of Riverside is based two things
    to the location of the great public in the woil.l. public' v h"> v. :h for him an.l his In- upon -
    landings the Government obliged: !I 'enilpil all the hippine' '! s and prosperity :
    to build, and in be absence of a well Reward $103. I attending life. t! First actual condition and tseconda "
    considered plan, the solution of these The readers ol this paper will be -fJ I ,

    1 Questions has resulted in com pi onjli.es pleased to !earn Ih.t there Is pt least Give Your Stomach a Rest. f I I .
    that have marred the beauty anj dinl'j I one dreaded disease\ that science Ins Your fool oust\ be properlydigest : I II ;I ly, our own experience in the .

    ty of the National Capitol. fAceordn been able to ( ure ir all r* slaws, and I! ej and assrr.i.;lalril to l.c of any.talus ij I :..
    : h'. the Senate, In a resolu-l! 'flint is Ca'anh. Halls C'ata.ib Cure j to you If jo'ir a',>mach' is weak! or [ disposition of various
    {; lion adopted March S. 1901. crdeie.ii. I id the Otjij{ ( o ifcUc i arc iit* 1.\.1\ i .'.>. .o ua l.o i il! L. b..cpi>:3 Cuic.I -j
    j jibe preparation of such a plan. Thee i!' to the ineilk.il! fia'ernity. Catarrh I It digests: what yon eat and gives the : fsion

    Committee from the Senate placed i iI I It I j:: being a constitutiJLal disease, reciiiiri'sa i I' ..n h a rest, cnaMin, it to recupcrJ: properties for our -
    this task in the hands of a Commis-j <'o!,st"u'i'"al treatn'ent. Hall's f ate. alp yn LOW ICe, and grow stron; 3a a
    t ion composed of D. H. Burnham and I Catarrh Cure I is taken! Internalact] I I "'am, Koilnl: niros sour stomach gas: *I'I 4

    Charles McKIm. Architects, Ansastus'; ing directly upon the: bloo.l 1 Dnl 1 bloating, heart palpitation anl all discsthe II St. Ciudeps, Sculptor and Frederick cous surfaces of the system (' I11U'j Jjsnrilers.} K A. Sojier, ol j :i
    spa. ,Law Olms'ed, Jr., Landscape Arch-! :lestrojiu? the founi'atiun! of the Little! P. ck, hy., writes us: "We fel'1'

    sect all of them rren who have won ease, and\ giving the patient strengthby I that Kj.lyl iijspopsia Cure deserves I i r-i. :i

    the very highest places in their proftstons. building up the constitution and all the commendation that can he 'gv-I 31 { '1
    i assisting Nature in doing i 1's work en it, na it sated the life of cur I .
    ''r f The problem which confronted this :The proprietors hate so much faith In girl when the was three years old. She s

    Commission w, as to lay out the seat of its curative powers that they offer Is now six and we have kept it for her I ill } ou kn"w.lIll|l,13'and:! 11th streets UfO prurtinlly bull up from
    of country locat- hundred dollars for any case that constantly, tut of she .
    government a jne course only A tin l tiny In il. river and alut'jf the rivrr to iOtli street 'N laid out In 3
    fex the future public! buildings and the' it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. I takes U cow when anything disagrees .IsaniI i 'til i.rmigf groveii and ,...111.... Our prt'prrtir' lie brtwpcn 'l
    Lines tt communication between the"parlous I with her." Sold by Biscayne Drug Co. tl.f-e. low rapidly developing MTtn.nii and the general Rf lespread ,

    : departments taking care tow Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, d ifniid wli-cli r.'inrs fruin tperuUiite bniIdersandhonearrkrn,
    provide not only for convenience but Ohio. Sculptor' Figures In Sand. I and 110 l hi Vhrrpatmiii'Eli;,; pnr- and cii i,1' sales. will forpi. our prices to higher
    ilon ,for beauty and dignity.: The Sold by all druggists_ Sc. With a trowel and a knife a sculptor l-vrl. which are t-.day r..ahzt'tt In the more thickly built set-lion of M ami. 14
    original plan of Washington, which Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. delighted and Interested a large Till in lt_-lf, it +tvinto ii*. would b! amt iUCIRC ""nlt ;l'I. but tint i 14 not all. \
    k has stood the test of a century and number of people on the Royal Palm -.-;:: -.- 0 Ir uwn i'\n> n>. ;in '" ""' .. ..
    Von universal approval, was to be the beach Sunday afternoon by lashlon- (1.\' 1' ," tinoine. Less than: twit years ago one! of our customers purchased four lot ';
    starting point 'of the new plan, and Will Leave Cargo Intact Ing out of the common beach sand /. I on liili. trr-.-t for $lit)0: ) mi.li. tad !In one yir' time told them for (U; v rich, '. ,f..,,.
    past departures from it were to bo Messrs. McCrinimon, Lummus and without any preparing whatever, min I ''C. 1'.I realizing a liiniltuiiip "r"fit..f $UJuu on in ''tI ...tm"n' of |4 00 or very near \t
    i remedied wherever possible. others owners of the wrecked German lature statues of V.'ni. McKinley -
    The original plan possesses! great bark Zion and her cargo on the reef : President Roosevelt, Admiral Schley i .\'-..II"1I Eiml: I'' iiir tlri esrh and. 11. sold 1 th-JlI iliN y-Jt" for him for ,:muD'dr2B'i i:
    historical Interest from the fact that off Fort Lau'err31ha'e decided as Admiral Sampson Hanpy! Hooligan, ..I'i ;j.'. ??; |>n>nt. This month we sold 1 firuneof our clienlaalotOn the river 1
    tt was made under the direct tupervialon the craft Is sitting high and safe, not "Greek Sine," etc., all of wh; h were t l"iU front bur' II230. which c"" him rr .h.

    li:: of Washington himself, aided \>j to remove any mo-e of the cargo until quickly and veil executed:, ttb work ;j 'I \tl,\,, J ll/ client, of oura)7ou) bur a river front lot which cult: him last year cmlj"4tluu. ..
    t Jefferson then! Secretary of State and slimmer: The cargo originally consisted being .EO cleverly! dote! that the re- !--i
    Maj. Enfant a man of position and of nearly l.uOO.OOO: fuel of lumber b'-n.uijiijces of each person built: andJ,:
    it will drmnn.trate tn ynu how rapidly Mitnii real estate increases
    education and an engineer of ability. and of which about two-thirds has carved was easily recognized.Has .
    T in value and ju-t'tlnn beyond question the abtulute faith of ourselves s
    The great capitals o. urope were been removed, thus leaving: :00.000:
    and ollirr, III In the future gr.- ily mrrt-a-t..l values of ourprnprrtirs.
    f taken as models, and In Jeilerson's: : or more feet still remaining: In the Stood the Test 23 Years. !,
    Nor are the in-tinrt'* which we have above mentioned t
    veil-stocked: library, accurate Haps' of hulk. These gentlemen also own the The old, original Groves Tasteless!
    ; iwlxtiil nnm U ri-fteci the geni-nti' t limtion. Our rilruUlions'
    these cities were studied and worked wrecked schooner Linelia, which was Chill Tonic. You know what you are I .
    are not only' ban-d on the rapidly: adrsn.-ing development from all tides, but. i.
    over.. Broad parka and pleasure gar driven on the beach a few weeks ago takjn: It is iron and quinine In aj S -
    I aUii on eiilunrement InI.III..s ri-sitting from cur 1II1 :l\in.n II) .t. m of t
    tens: fountains and canals; In a word while remo\lng the cargo from the tasteless form No cure no pay. COc ri' ad"v
    improvement |
    umleveop prii| rlyh4 n 'i all that to make a city magnificent Zion, and they have been at work ever
    goes vance, duftit'i it M-eiii p.-rfti'ily reivoiiiible that the rrrat improvement nowuudrr
    I were considered! essentials by our since trying to get her off but so far Trust Co'.. iMew Block. way to prntitle better irnnsit farjljtiet for ni,. r-lile will insure even
    first President complete the setting have failed. However! Mr. McCrimmon The plans for the new business I greitrr prulfts! Weciu.lurninh the name of clients for whom. sold this -,t
    of the Government Building. The has ordered some new pumps block to be erected by the Dade County prvprrt il you bate sty duubKM.., the truthfulness of tLv x' present plan then, Is a development from the North and with them It Is Title Insurance and Trust Co., at i:
    % -csf this great first Idea of the founder believed the hold can be gotten free the northeast corner of Court and

    .f our country and represent. one of water, thus lightening up the craft Twelfth streets, have been acceptedand :
    and one-half years of almost constant and enabling her salvage. the contract let for the.crectlon. .

    atndy at home and abroad on the part The building will be three-stories high, Buy today. You -
    el the Commission. For this work. That Tickling In the Throat. and the first floor will be devoted to Y
    they refused all remuneration making One minute after taking One Min offices of the company and store purposes S
    It a matter of pride .to rive the ute Cough Cure that tickling! : In the ; the second floor will bj devoted -'

    country a plan which returns to Wash throat Is gone. It acts In the throat- to office purposes while the third -will= -
    tngton's first Idea and when carried not in the stomach Harmless-good will be made into a ball for th-j use of a
    oat win make the capitol one of the for children. Al U Spofford. ixwtmas- the Masonic and other fraternal societies .
    Boat beautiful cities In Jhe world. ter at Chester Mich, says: "Our little of the city. The building will never it .
    This plan ahowa the Capitol the girl was unconscious from strangulation be modern In architecture, finish and regret

    White House, and the Washington during a sudden and terrible detail.
    ; monument as the three guldln points. attack of croup. Three doses of One
    The Capitol ia to be faced on three Minute Cough Cure half an hour apart To Cure a Cold In One Day
    sides by bnlldlngs devoted to the legislative speedily cured hor. I cannot praise Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.

    work of the country, all of a poe Minute Cough Cure too much for All druggists refund the money If Prices $300 to $450 a lot one=third '
    Bonumental character. what it has done In our family. It it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature ,

    Is In front of the Capitol Is a greatsquare always gives relief. Sold by Biscayne Is on each box. 25c. down, balance in 1,2 and three years. t
    l from which Pennsylvania Ave Drug Co.
    Due leads off: on the right to the White Houseboat Kennewa Here. a

    House. .now restored to Its original Large Mackerel Catch. The schooner rigged: houseboat Ken- .
    and which will be faced on The smacks Corrine and E .
    beauty fishing nl'1Ia. of New York with her owner I i-f III 'I
    three sUes by the executive build Fannie Albury of the Mclhaine & I' and party aboard arrived In port f.I
    ings. Clark fleet came In Sundjy after- Friday afternoon! from the upper coast'': J':
    At this squire also begins the Mall noon from the banks with a catch of j and is anchored in the rhcr. The Ken- j i II I
    Is the backbone of tin wh'1'1! : mackerel totaling: :: ,
    which | Spanish O,000I I news Is quite; a commodious: and sub *
    plan. The Mall !s a great avenue | pounds or more. This Is an unusually: I i iI stantia! craft as 1COO feet Ia width and will trjrfiass In j I Large catch cf these choice fsh for''i, :Jrl'lIrJylare! nurfbcr of thcte boal.i ,: J1ll1Tatuiu & COIDIany}
    beauty even tbe famous. Champs Eh'sI I, this season cf the year. Boats from I;: already here. {
    tees of Paris. I j the oth"r fsh packing houses also ) i
    '. + Down the center leading: to the Monument cane in jthtcrday with good catches A CiiarauteeJ Cure For PHes.luhin .
    Is a wide grcens1"ard borden- of ih? same Kin 1 of fish. Rind! !, r.1t>ding: or I'rotrtml-' ( ,

    by drhewnjs and stately tows ofd j iri; piles lrutists refund money if t '
    American elms.0 nobler conception T.;' :3in:"ire of Spring. I Pa/o: Ointmcrt fails! to cure any case. i ico FRISSEL BLOCK MIAMI FLORIDA O.J
    : :
    can be imagined than this great i The calve that cures without a scar 'I nattrr of how-Ion? standing, in C Cj i: I :
    avenue, for crfnlns up the view of the Is DeWitt's Witch! Ha/el Salt. Cuts to H days. First application gives
    : Capitol from the Monument and from ] bums, boils, bruises and pike! disappear i: race fool, rest. tOc. If your i rugist i i iI t II ITHE
    t Arlington across the Potomac, or as i| before the use of this salve as I hasn't it send roc In stamps and It ,, sf 4------ .._. .. ___ if,
    I ; .....,,...o ... + .w.> .'
    e setting for the great group -of buildIngs -! snow before the sunshine of spring I nil! he forwunlcil post paid by Paris : : "t-; : t
    of the museum type, which they j Miss! H. M. UMdleton. Thebes m.. I Medicine Co., St. Louis MOo I- :
    must erect from time to rev. : ..' s seriously afflicted with I If I '
    a Government I FACT PROVEN I frl l'ralor box-s of s'rawberri pa3s The orange;: crop was not Ca"T":4
    time; such as the Agricultural Bail.li i t.i, >or"< lint were very painful I II I NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX. ,, eJ through J&ck9on\iIe! yest"'r.tay.: laiho nearly as badly as thottht: sad '>i.. j

    tag. Hall of Records National Museurn. .j Vt>Wltt'. Witch Hazel Salre cured mea All persons concerned will take notice Despite the recent vigorous I effortsof \ cure of ih" Southern Express Company hiriiKnts, of this fruit are daily ;;.uw.
    ' Fisheries: BuiMing, etc. | ; less than a.week.' Get the genuine. that six months after data I will vn ante to New York and Boa try? h'avler. It li HOT postittfly assorted > ?
    These 'palaces! will be placed' on the Sold by tie Elscayne Drug Co. present my teal accounts and touch Jack Frost, he lacked a great deal t I I that tho tender fraj e.'"arinfMI (

    outer edge: of the avenue. sad white I ers as executrix of the estate cf John I i .;f destroying: the fruit, vegetable; and I tun.The fnilis were plnrnrr'' and or- >O,1| of the trees was not killed as
    through trees their massive The Madison! Recorder ears thv I. late !berry in Florida for these !. '
    the Hayden, of Dade County de- crops pro. ages and thj vestuiblej: zero lettuce "ai at first t.ctieted.!
    fronts will bear wlintM to tbe iiatlonal the trust !magnate's are taking in the i: "l'3eJ. to the County JuJgo of saM ucts of the land of Powers! are alreadyinvading i an 1 bc-sr.3. The ton-nto crop was cot Injure at
    character of this great com :1Sllon.! I I sights; of tbd East Coast. It rnlh: i: county and pray for my fnal! discharge : the fozen north and: :ncI K-nt I 1ht'ln'"r.I'1: roxrs of urawberrlea III.! as when the freeze occurred the

    At the Washington Monument the have added that In doipg this tiey are i as executrix of naH: estate.FT.OUEXCR ally executing; : successful assauts: uyj; j I a crm- 1'I i-h'} t.uarts; to :the lox yarn? plan's ha> tot been transplant-! .JI
    Mall broaden: out into a garden. In I| Cropping a few hundred thousand dollars : :1 P. HADEN on plethoric pocKcilnxiUs: says the I IJacks.Jtvi11e and were f-.m Lakeland. Th-- strawberry ,I nj from the hot bt.is.! This had now II I

    order to further glorify this stately In Florida's lap Ta purchasing i I Executrix Estate of J. J. UaJen, De- Metropollss. I planes 'H'rnuc injured, only U< n stone, howeter, and In a very 4
    structure, justly considered ni one of J Ian on which. to build winter homes. I i censed.January. No less than lsoo crates of fruit: &1.111.: cf the f.>r'\'arJ hloonu being'' short tin.o the ktlppiaj of tomatoes .
    the most beautiful of human creations. -Lake City Index. | 13. 1303. Mi-ftn and vegetables and twen'>"-&i.J, ro- nipped by the frost i will bc.JI.
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    I F< pie(; (professions f'y' Confessed Was Guilty at the of Murdering Last Minute His That Wife He +


    t a Charlottes: 'i11e. 1'a., Fib. 10.-J. : .
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    <, McCnr, former mayor of Char- UNIMPROVED. COVES IMPROVED FARMS

    e Tr lutte-s\lIIe and: one of the cios promt- 43: acres pine and hammock en 13 acres, 5 year Cold! trees 1,333: :o acres. 4 room house, smaahouse.. OO: trees, 153 bearing on .rock

    ft Patterson ;; r'.1: f cent !:twYl'r.. li the Sate: was liarpJ: ; Miami River ... .. .. .. ..",60:>.00 trees, 2:1: : bearing . .$3,003.00: road, on time. .. .. . . . . .. .. .... ......57.000J
    ATTORNEYS AT wCe: ;.!.r. Mcriieorf.'ss'l 8 ares of fine and hammock, set li tree .
    hero to'!:1} lor I: u 5 i G pineapples, etc fine
    ': 10) acreS land ... .. .. .... .. .$ 3.CO: acres year: o'd trees, house land. on time . . .. . .
    Will pru'ttre to &n court St !<'and rm-n <- the ('rlle Ixfire ns-i'miin!! !; . .. .. ...... .. $1.800.00.
    ih' 353 trees beari-g ... .f.503.03
    'f"' .,.....11.." ttiettortxuatsiuttnd: iwrlectitq : :ho a4,1.1.'!. Th trs'* Bas 0: "' of the 5 rcrcs land .. . .. .. .... .5603.03: : :35 acres, 13: u"drr cultivation. 230!: bearing tree:. 7 room house
    La 1 Tithe. I 27-;ere 2 year old grov . i3.3D0.03: .
    .iii"iial in; the historj of th" on rock road near R. R.
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    p. 7. 'ftml.FIII. 22 acres and prairie en
    Groom house 5 'and, COO! I
    1-i'in ''> IIr"llIn l ,: rcr.o : 3D: acres land pine and prairie water front
    State: the ci'nuiijn! :; ( 1.533 trees small
    i p_ t. yakGUS. M. !>.. I ('lrUI J'Mar.IIJI: e\ifl''noe.\ thrrh It WlSC.ry : railroad .. .. . ......5CO.OO b..n_r.=s. 203: or n3e trees. .1C.533.00: : louse: !bargain .. . ... . . .. .... ....... .. .. .$2.53009
    I \ str"ns nil, iiniT'fl h in in ovfry 1
    Oflrwith R< 4rm.Phtrmt j.pMMiw --- -- ---
    "ih Strr I ; n act r' \01 h Ih' mire i-xropt thit: I FURNISHED: HOUSES BY THE YEAR O3 SEASON FOR $150 AND UP.


    I lluo<.:.-j j jn was first srt fjr .Tan- : .i
    It'k D R. .1. M. JACKSON:: JR., nary "K', 1-Mf "j'on i <.piio-i.: af..- every'

    r"Z OFFICE: I l li' new ff irt Ir.al Ind! or I.. rn ruQri.utalun: r\h 1115,1: to cf ;rrr'ir"the son a'. !I'' .PER. MZS3 X SU-k. '1r CE I

    noel to l.fo la-pn.os::,on. a s'ay of

    : KMIHIUA. I "xrctuionas :;1"1I".1 uIIllo lay that Only) tin li.--t nimpani-' : s rt lire "- iti-il. Ih-if are some) of thorn. .1

    ''h(' accused :&ht aJjusl h.s; Ijuiincsaa I
    ':,i Irs.Th". (Hartford: ).
    DENTIST. last hours; of the
    i1;> 'JOIce W.f"on iut.dliw.MUM a'u'het'. corner 01 were spent;: caln'ly: : ,. though; In tinsonifv.hat I CAN INSURE YOUR DWELLING, FU7NITUHC: BARN. STOCK MERCANTILE: BUILDING FACTORIES.
    AOeuue 11 tug lnhs *tritt. .. : norxoin. Ho real the; H'.blei : OFFICE: FIXTURES, ALSO THE TI TLE OF YOUR LAND.

    s I. FLtI/ltTl\. !'nost contiuiuusly and :;are fr.ch \'Is-I

    H JC. ATKlMSOtN: ,ilor' a quotation: f-o.u the srfpture.asJns I -aor c;;:! JD-'Or "R.e 1 Es'tate .J i

    $1 s that: it lp teal cau.fuy.!! Healsj t'U' ii:: iJJe .liJ..a. Agencv.
    ATTORNEY AT LAW. InuttJ his friends< to mutt him !"-

    iv nA rouveysu.lb( &." -- ---- ---- ------
    Spntya.&t ci.nnu m I lea\en.kuc
    !I.m..uuu: of Tt.ir
    't' Jiotury rublir ID Otlic.KOIrc hal comjilalnod! bitterly at TO TRANSFER AMBASSADORS BP.EVERT HOUSE BURNED.And cxxxxxxx*
    i- Itt unwell. Building.KMJltlDA times of the trealirent atcorilcd him! I I J
    and BaM that the! newspapers had
    Will Stir i
    Roosevelt Up DiplomaticCorps : : Guests Have Close Call-Three
    ..UlL\MLlNU .swept him from his feet, and that some .
    W. s After March.
    I I Firemen
    Injured. *
    kit D' tlii'e the poople! of Charlof.esi'ille l 1EZkWiZ: : : $;

    FHYIICU AD SCBOKOS.OrriCE would regret their! actions towards I Washington. Feb. 10.-The PreslJcni ...
    Chicago Feb. H.-Fire to lay .
    ix Mum TELEPUO.NB B'LPO hint. The execution ass a success.; has finally arranged for the utters I l .. JIIiIo--.. .. t
    I tlally destroyed the Brevert House, .

    Hour from a a. m.to 4 p.m. MUST CLEAN UP. in the high European ports which he one of the oldest hotel In the city on "

    : :, III..., FLA. contemplates i. : pulling into force March Madison street, and causing :a loss of Is rariidly!, going to the front as the leading -
    Chairman Wharton of the Sanltaary 100000. and the hurried exit to save :i
    ill South
    city ;
    GILLESPIEENLOEDentlstr' Committee Notifies Residents Ambassador McCormick. now at EL their lives of 150 guests. Everybody

    Petersburg, will become Ambassador Three firemen were Injured. one se is going to Miami. Now is the time to y
    ':11I' A.M. WtA:*B f M.oiiicxtorri.'ellautdten.1I$5 .tots St. From now on the city authoritIes to France.V. L. Mayer Ambassador to verely. No guest. were Injured. The secure a choice location either for busi- {
    QgiylgNCg.1iLo.uIe.an1 of Miami Intend to see that those of fire was caused by the crossing of electric
    Italy, will succeed Mr. McCormlck at ness or residence. Choice locations in
    IAHL KLOEIDA the residents of Miami who will not light wires.
    i keep their premises In a clean and sanitary St.:! Petersburg. the city for sale by : : ': : : : : ;l.
    W. XARTEN8, JL D.E Henry White, at present secretaryof
    will Poisons In Food.
    H condition without persuasion
    the Ambassador at London will be
    ha' omopst .tt, be made to do so by the law. the Metropolis Perhaps you don realize that many i iOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOXXXJOOOCOOOO
    appointed Ambassador to Rome. LAND
    Hun Omct: Kriwell HuiMUutBourm. has long contended for this, pain poisons originate In your food FORT DALLAS CO
    .Ho< p. B.BCIXA Henry L. Wilson, at present Min
    not that the city generally not clean but some day you may feel a twinge
    4 VmTA AND yore. ister to Chill, will be made Ambassador r
    '0reMpll De 1M. Kto" _i... but because there are some here, like of dyspepsia that will convince you. )
    ; to Birmingham:. succeeding Lawrence '
    In every place, who had rather be 'Dr. King's New Life Pills an guaranteed >
    J'JOW( 8. FREDERIC, Townsend of Pennsylvania, who :
    fil'hy than n.au It was this class that to cure all sickness! due to poisons Call on Or70f3ST i
    .i CIVIL ENGINEER was crlticlse-1< and it Is these same per retires. of undigested fool-or money D.: n1:2LL I. J. : .7NC3Rdfi8ad: : .

    t:1' AND:' SURVEYOR.. sons that the authorities now Intendto hack. 25 cents at all druggists. Try Agent: Fort \'ice.PreJ.'ort Dallas < .
    :"it.- Mourf Public' fnr $t.te a' ....... P.iQcnlMIAMI. .> bring under the ban of the law. Frand E. .,osed. them. Dallas Land Co.: Miami.-Via. Land Co., St. Augustine F la. I
    Att-.tJou given too fIot..1I19101iq. Larie Tram
    :; 011I....."r r.atJ oIII.. On this matter the following commucIcaUon :,l

    1 i- FLORIDA.a :. from Mr. F. H. Wharton A few counerfeltti-i l nave lately hen King Edward has appointed the OOCoOooCOOooooooooooooooooocAsk

    ; a iLfilCHMONU, chairman of the city council sanitary making and trying o sc.ll Imitations Prince of Wales LordVarden' of the '

    ".ti S- committee is self explanatory. I' of Dr. Kings New Jlscovery tor con Cinque ports. In succession to Lord ,

    !to REAL ESTATE. "As the Question of sanitation{ Is one sumpton.! .coubs, and colds, ant other Curzon of Kedlcstrne; and In the future

    K. .OCNT PERRINE GRANT '.AND COM "N' of the most Important things: to be! medicines! thereby defrauding the Walmor Castle will be thrown your Dealer For

    r-::: N.ITAKV nituu: considered by any city and more especially public. This Is to :.Brit ynj to be- open to the public.
    yF' STAT AT W k' $ 1 t.?
    r an extreme Southern city like ware of such people", who weft to profit
    JDTLEK. MIami. all citizens should take a pride I I through stealing the reputation of Institute of Tennessee baa a methodby

    GEO. A. WOBLET, In keeping their premises clean and remedies which have been successfully which ha hopes to teach women .1

    in a thorough saaltary condition. The I curing disease for over 35:\: yearsA (o think as rapidly as they talk; wouldIt UnitedDVegetablePaper

    ATTORNEY AT LAW.n officials have taken bald of the matter sure protection tc you. Is our name not be much better to teach themto

    n.wral prartlnr In HUlr and Frd." rat Cmirtiin in earnest, and those who are so I. on the wrapper. Look for It, on all talk as slowly aa they think.:
    hen rauinurd WIU rrerte prompt al
    T tlo careless as to endanger the health of I Dr. Kings or Bucklen's remedies; a* --
    Brmni'i BulMIng,Avr.D and t.h M. M
    U e.
    the city by keeping unsanitary premises all others are mere Imitations. H. K. Grave Trouble Foreseen.It .
    win be arrested and severely dealt Bucklen &: Co. Chicago 111-, and needs but little foresight to tell I

    T.SANDERS, wIth. I Windsor Canada. that when your stomach and liver ar* It is the mostJEcoiioiiiiil as
    "The city council has bought and
    ATTORNEY AND All druggists.Corwin are badly affected! grave trouble (Is

    '* COUN.# LOR AT LAW.CommerrUI fixed up a dumping ground about a half ahead unless you take the proper

    CmFtdiIItT mile bcyon-l.thc clJ grounds where Succeeds Hawkirs. I medicine for your disease, oa Mrs. well the best the market
    an-1 Ri-cl E-tate Law. AIr..n' I \\ as on :
    all dead animals and refuse of nil '
    *nit rviiMlt Con B ltlm 'rr Ud Frank I* Corwin, formerly iiavclinsfreljht : John A. Young, of Clay N. Y.. dUI: ,
    ,Orrtru I* WATIOM BUM I. U" k box K< kinds shall be taken. Finger boards
    I : agen of the Central of Gi-orgia; She says: "I I had neuralgia of thtltter
    FtOllIDA. '
    MIAMI. mark the road BO that no one can
    weaken 1an
    and stomach heart "
    : Railway, has been appointed commercial ,,
    I have an excuse for not knowing whereto I ': .l I could! not e.-it. I was vrrr ln k
    with hl'aJ-
    MITCHELL D. PRICE, I ( find It. Any one found dumping agent of the same road for a long time but in Hioctnc! Biite. 3
    quarters ,
    Attorney :at Law and Solicitor dead animals, trash or refuse of any :! Hawkins resigned: to become general I found just what I needed, for tnryquickly For rapping T ornatos 0 ;t
    kind off the established! .umplng! IJ
    I relieved and cured me. Mt
    in Chancery.. agent of the Consolnlatcd Frut Co.. an iursamation i : I
    grounds is subject to arrest la Dade medicine for weaK ,,'''&1''n. Sold under -
    perfected county'and
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    Office: natrbi Hid j, at lAiT. FLA I I fine." hCa\1 having Its Interests here. Mr.Oorwlu .I' guarantee by all drugsi&U.; at

    is one of the most popular SO cents a bottle.Ca11 i:
    "W. C. ,
    MANY SALES BEING MADE railroad: men in the State, and is well'' .

    .1 II known here here he has spent sev-i i Ion '1.18 '.
    FREDK. S.
    Some of the Most Important Sales Effected eral months each season with the MORSE ;

    s Past Week' growers' hustling for freight o>er his .
    the \Ve want II des>eii iption| of

    road. -- your real estate for sale REAL ESTATE : :
    JEWELER AND :iOPTICIAN.fVrfvt Seveal big real estate deals hart

    14 flttinsr. easy wearing < are a great. comfort. With mir rxlvri- .
    r .I y.. a|>par.tu. and large rxivrirnr* d.,.. your.houses for rent. Ofllrrs up .tairi Cor. A'... C and IS tb St. ..
    tht-,.* I U tin nl'll4 w.-rk. Pri, '- rr'- are Instantly relfe'M, and perfectehealed '
    onablr. W. rrpalr Witcli, Clocks, Mr. EJwIn: Nelson Friday bought the by Bucklen's Arnica Salve.C. We want to show you some Miami. Dade Co., Florda.A.GENT .
    J wrrly and 8prrtule. A portion fit lot lying just west of his block on Rlvenbark. Jr.. of Norfolk. Va_
    irmte a-krd fur. Ixwutrd on Ay.cue I bargains if you want t"
    "ur Twelfth street from George R. Maker. writes: "I burnt my knee dreadfully;
    D h-iw- lith: and nth SU. "
    that It blistered ell over. Bucklen's buy anything\ ; in our line. OR LANDS OF" > ;
    \V. C.MAYNARD of Chlcago.at a price said to te above '
    J< .H T a,:-< i-nxtaatu I h> Irian i Arnica Salve stopped the pain and We show Florida East Coast Railway Co.
    Mr. Baker
    :1,000.00 paid: about $1,000 healed It without a scar" Also heals want to you our .
    six years ago for this lot. Florida Line Canal and Trans.
    Coast Co.
    all wounds and sores. 23: cents at list of houses to lent.
    Mr. S. A. Belcher bought a lot '75x1: : OC I
    all druggists.The ; Bo:>ton and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. 1
    feet at tile corner of Avenue D sortSeventh We sell li'Miios on cas\!

    street today from Mrs. KDanzenbaker superintendent of the wnnlclpalJoiglitg
    s terms. Let us : yon.Ve .
    for about $::.nV.00.( : HE
    r-oCIF aau.da VEe RETUIUUD. house In New York esscrts
    a ..C kO*..f'ST.IXPCRIEMCC.kndwid...VWCMAIKC bolacrikMcll*MilT lot expects to put up a handsome rest I that there are forty per cent more Idle! \ Fell farms on terms to I

    ../'e.f.R1 _1ftPO"I_M J ..I.MW7.va1NOt dence there at once. I in that city than at this time last -.
    tNT nut coajfmirtf bde' adti turn ;
    % _'I1H--.t_ ..._..-....,&OE..IlIt.,_... aarn....... The Southern Methodist, Chinch hat Scar. This! statement is Indorsed by uit. Come And bee us. /Now is the TimeTo

    And corrucHT tucurOpposite .bum.d bourht the nitty residence adjointci I
    MM* the superintendent of the Bowery mission \W f'dl or exchange everything
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    u. Patent CftIcn. I
    their church property to be used as s which gives breakfast' shortly
    WASHtNCTOM, D. C. a in the I
    parsonage. The price Is said to han i I after midnight! ; ; to Ono homeless iren. ; Plant Trees
    been t $2':00.00.( This gives this rhurcb lie says thai in the "bread line" there Orange

    & 0 a handsome property and Its purchase I Is an appalling proportion of decent Real EstatelLine.Cooley .

    I was a wise thing. men ,.ho' are not drunkards or Idle and Grape Fruit

    I Several lots In Riverside have been loafers, but pen who have been foolish & Homer t
    sold this week and others contracted
    enough to come to the city expectIng
    KILLTHII COUGHCURE tor. to find work here. Also Rose Bushes for Winter Blooming "

    AMa: THE LUNCS Cooley & Horner, the well nown real -

    estate dealers report the foilowlof And all other ornamental trees and shrubs

    m Dr. King'sNew sales for the week ending today: Loll Has Stood The Test 25 Years Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and other '.:

    '7 and 8. R. C. & C. addition, for Mrs information.

    Griffis; lot 10. block 79. north for A -

    Discovery! 3. Abberger; lots 7 and 8. block 105 Grove's

    /TONSOHPTIO* north, for J. G. Hunter; lot J, block GRIFFING BROS. CO

    x FOR I OUCHSu4 SOc & $1.00 100, north for J. O'Reilly: lots 9 and

    kjOLDS Free Trial. 10, south 50 feet' block 79, north and Tasteless Chill Tonic POMONANURSERIES/

    4= surest and Uuickot Cure for aUTHROAT house, for J. Ritty; lot 3 and house

    rv and LUNG TKOUB- block 21, north, for TL J. Durkhar.lt; >Main office Nurmrj Offlc*.
    LES, or MONEY BACK. the sales aggregating 110000. I No-Cnre-No-Pay. 50 dents.t Cor. Ate C and 12th SL, op stain Little KiT.-r, Fla..


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    ';. Tells'! Growers the Most Scientific;: Ve'.hods: Kinds of Fertilizer!!! Th"w.. u'n'do II"J mrstrrnnHnn ::" WELL PKC.V.IUM3.ROTH IN CASH: AND OTHER Via, This spdce reserved for the it

    f Pruning, etc.' That Will Erilg: the Best Results tor' t in Colored Town on last Tueada Miami Furniture Company .
    and as a result a number of liablims I :

    .! the. Present:: aid Other Crops. i it 1,11.,; in.:i> a:, :if, :. K, !aa
    '1 _______ I h,I" others; I old Cries of $:n.oo ant V l.lai:( i ina'i tu.i.1'>, trartnailv cot,.-

    i lust, ami a iiim.lxr, of others fearine / I 1'.1 1 the lat: of ir"'n.inn,s to t.., WATCH THIS SPACE
    The following J.rectlona; are written ,, uo'ita and l rdn"r\atoiu-ji live area- aoII',1! i at the llac> I'o,i:?,}' 1'.1:1": Ml S'$ I
    ihat tln- would become entangled it Via +
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    lion tiC Ilk sljsheil by sit ,
    on the cupp.MiUr-n. that the tomato h l hill! In re friuii the Mh to I Iah: of
    tii._ the plants in ;pOI? nod tubs in the niishi of the law sL'Cued: mar
    I i M xt month, and the same wi.l: now. l>o r1 4t
    wills needing treatment have lost all. : the OIJ it is accomplished! by cuHi"a- I! iu4e Iki n-e-4 and! became Can and pr.yiar''d and sent out In uamphlt G
    nearly all of their foliage by tl..- I II I
    or tion I Ii :
    ;> wife / 'lorm to the growers, produ-.rN anl"h"rM GJ.OCXOCOOOOCXXX .
    recmt cold weather.: Vines that have i I Another Important factor to be coniFiderni t Thg trunM starlet Monday msht: linen'SKM in thi' Fair that t they tom
    r retained most of the foliage and some under plowing is the conservation may know just what they anconipvt HJ G'i-
    when iHpu'y! i h'r.1r fore Pol.cc OS:
    of niolstc'e in the soil. By carefulI for. or '" har.lltlu'm..nls a'e bung
    t trait should of course, be treated i : mri; .
    -.Lh"n: h's ?
    < In capacity as a con
    i I methods of cultivation and Irrtihza offend! the e>hihltorsj .
    somewhat differently.
    tion there Is very little of cur land .,able. and several assistant, madea j The premiums are the best and '
    I 4"
    Pruning.Br ,I that becomes too dry for growing a raid, of numerous houses! and joints most HULK runs ever offered! by the .. 4 4cxxxor
    this time all the vines that are of tomatoes We. howoter. tool I II Fair Association" said Mr. Blackman
    r crop I Mix,i>'ii,;;; in 1 ihn culprits rliht and left -
    alive will have sent up from oae to II4UZ1I1 frequently neglect especially the cul i and 1.1Ulmg them In the calaboose :I "and from indications there will r
    : : : a'li
    v suckers. To ;turn;t all ol t!&. se thatlon. I When the cloud of consternat.on had : IK larger; number of compi-titors th's s

    to VOw Rill, necessarily exhaust ther I In cultivating it Is not necessary: to i| shared a.iy it vas found that 3; :: year than ever before. We hate every ,
    run the Plow deeply Into the oil and! nun and l ,,women the number being ': absiiratiie of this, and on that i.crount
    plait and eventually produce only a
    ? tear up the trots of the tomata planti j II lit>iit equally! divided in sex, were !,i \lr I i'later very generously and considerately Timothy
    t mall quantity of Inferior g:odes of ordered an addition to the A
    ; Shallow surface cultivation I* easily] wnhin the lulls, The county Jlll'a
    fruit. It Is therefore abosultely neaeaasry (I'air building! whi< Ii is cow under ,
    sufficient to thoro'ieh'y: arcate the soil j IIHlth'ljUalc] to the -Nuant J and a cumber priviriss I

    :. to do some lied of pruning and conserve e the moisture. I of i Ihelll wire lodged in the sit) i : of cot.struclion. and winch will >

    *s roon as possible. As a matter oft I I In plowing for the first titan, if the lock-up! over night.In 'ice nearly .!..uhl.-- the floor space |

    tact It should be done immediately. tomato vices have been pruned! ill I II the u.on.iim fudge Ili'.l! began hit availalle. heretofore. This ndditiont, 't :Bray
    ; : n '1)) hnxo t.r>"i rO'11I'I..t"rt !In nrrn'o
    .' .' ,' ,, 4 tnr
    vou.l; be will to ili aw i.p to 'he p'a-! vt) .a : ; :--- \ a '
    ? If it has not already been accomplished I 'I rime for th. holding of the Fair, and -
    some of the so:1. This! will, enntils Hi" Ing the day t\\f'nl-three of the de ,
    ed new suckers that ore starting! to produce [ l'n.lllnt"oo'rt' urni t.od on a chargeof : i already I have assurances from sulilint | The very li"-t hay that rOWi. This hay ;
    :v. This out gets rid i shah chars-J const! ( growers: that they \\lIIlomo in I I
    pruning process a new set of roots, and thus help foriuratiot., !: '
    fill the entire 1 is purchased: in ten carload: lots and is:
    the lutes the one act c.f being together at to up space.
    of the half-dead Pines and gives the: I tho parent stock to report crop)
    J. seekers better opportunity to grow. In (,(-Uter. man and v>!'fe without marriage and'I[ In the premiums offered, there are rai..'d on one f.uni. thereby! you get one ,
    .. twin Ail either! three of $IUO 00 for the (irt, second:
    both parties ? single. the heft.'e will in
    8, electing the suckers that are to re-I Staking. I plead guilty or wire proven so. and sl I i and third exhibits in oranges! .grape- :< @ qiiiilitv, ship any ;

    :. aria preference should be given tort It is too well known to neel reltera l.Le of {:!'in>'j and cost was assessed i fruit and mixed citrus fru 1. The '! quantity; our price is i as low as trie lowest

    c< thane that occur uearrst tae r>x>t.ThU .j tion here that staking tomatoes have I against calh.Fourtt.u : !prizes are divided $CO.00. $.':>.00 sand |

    l: .' work can be accomplished easily produced,! the maximum crop of the of the number piid their 11500.Another. E. w. GR.E1V1 s

    ;';.= by cutting oS the old vine above thetr fnest fruit Staking tomatoes also fines 111 h'le the others went to jail I large prize Is that: offeredby Or laadon Bros., Miami Fa( -l
    brings the fruit in earlier by eight or the number of occupants to Mr. H. M. Flaglcr: for the brat and
    .t., second or third sucker. If the ten days. Since every tomato grower swelling forty-one who were breakfasted this second best displays of vegetables: 1 We bar food'manure transit l and caD fHTafl: orJers at a moments notice g S
    9., plant la a weakly one. only ono sucker
    who is sufficiently: careful with his by fherltf! Krohock. The re 175.00 for the first prize and $25; 00 for
    !, should remain and only three should morning
    his is also careful -
    work to stake plants
    'he second.
    r: I J.. be left on the moat vigorous plants. uiaining fourteen either waived examination -
    enough to remove surplus suckers. or plead not guilty and had a The land department of the F. E. C. ---
    of old bait-dead
    Getting rid the
    a leaves greatly reduces the danger from In addition to producing the finest hearing postponed until this afternoon Ry., through J. E. Ingraham third vice- F. W. HAHN ,
    al the crop on staked tomatoes this permits This, however, did not end the matter president of the road comes in as another ,
    leaf destroying fungi especially
    specie that is known as rust. a much more thorough application of I or fright, and as a result seven I generous subscriber to the prewlum -
    whether dry Bordeaux I list and offers three prizes of
    materials Architect
    The number of suckers that the spraying .otirl s, pr ibnUy fearing a repetitionof and Builder
    Itself will or the Bordeaux<< mixture be l the raid applied to Judge I $:.".00 each, for the best but 01 oranges .
    plant will produce If left to I
    tax the root and other suckers to their :used 'i'l Heyser during the afternoon and secured I grapefruit and lemons (marketable I now mve in my empiny one of the teat! k

    extremity: so that only spindly and Staking also keeps the fruit up from I! licenses for marriage. (>videntljprtftrriis fruit). draftsman in the South and am better
    with the I this means of getting out Following; these are numerous other prepared than ever for furni"lunplaI',: i
    k )< weak stems will be produced. If, how.'eTf"f' the ground and does away i !
    f the number Is reduced to three very serious, and often extensive loss of an entanglement to facing the law I cash prizes ranging from 1509: to $15 and details. lot jr Hl buildings: fine cabinet
    best of celery, Irish work. etc. 1 am now headquartersfor i
    in another form. Three licenses for the displays
    it or less, those remaining will be strong es incurred by the, small green worm more
    work scroll and all
    and sawing
    ; the or less issue Wednesday by Judge potatoes, onions strawberries,
    attacks more were
    short' which crop
    4 rigorous ones and will In a very I work usually dune in a FIR.VT CLASS Y
    The worm referred Hejher this! swelling the number to every article cf produce Indigenous
    bloom. severely every year. mill.
    time, begin to set I planing e
    to fs the one that cats Into the ten couples who rteemed! married life this section. Along with' these there

    Fertilizing.The tomato and hides on the ground preferable to Imphisonment. I are other prizes In the shape of sacks! Send me your order for doors and win-
    reasons for applying fertilizers fertilizer the various
    of by
    and tons
    I '
    through the day time. i dow frames ballusters bracket. etc -
    Immediately after the plant begins to This Aft moon's Proceedings. dealers for articles cf produce. ,

    x crow are various. The most important Spraying.As At the hearing this afternoon, five I In the Woman's Department Mrs. and be convinced MIAMI. FLA

    ; fact; however, is that most of the soon as the tomato fruits are beginning couples upon their agreeing ti marry. II. M. Flagler offers various prizes I =
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    $ tomatoes had attained considerable j 1 1size. to appear, and have made a had proceedings,: suspended upon the ,I, ranging; from $:>.00 to $=5OO for the'I

    In fact many of them had produo considerable, leaf growth the most pa>ment >f-euBla, married then: and best display of articles of handiwork .' oaoooooaoooooco OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQDO
    ed nearly all the leaf area and produced careful attention should be given to there by lodge H.ll.; Two other couples homemade! canned goods, prellen'el' N

    nearly all the leaves they were -I the matter of inspecting for spotting wore bound over to the circuit fruits etc; while merchants, citizens, Contractors and Property OvnersI

    coing to before fruiting, hoe usingup or rust. If the atmospheric conditions court to answer to the charge of lude visitors and others contribute liberal C

    the leaf-making element of the fertilizer should be favorable to the spread of and lascivious cohabitation, while an, premljms for the best of each and ever I you don't want to SAVE' MONEY

    leaving in the soil the fertilizer this: disease it Trill be especially severe other was fined $20 and cost on a article likely to be displayed.The \\0 can't help ,Jou. If you do_ cove'to yl

    that was going to be used for produc- about the time the young fruit barge of fornication. Tintes-r'nlon Is another liberal

    leg fruit. has reached the "gem" size. The I contributor giving yearly subscriptions : The J. A. McDonald Co.

    For the plant to produce another set greatset care should have been Uk'ento PALM BEACH HIE to the Semi-Weekly and Fanner and

    of leaves It will be absolutely necessary anticipate this trouble and the Fruit Grower for the best exhibitors i ANI) BUY YOUR

    in many cases to supply fertili spraying mixtures used early If thereIs At Early Hour Yesterday Morning. in every line of truck and fruit grownIn Y

    ser for this-purpose. any indication of rust Commercial Hotel Dest-eyed. the county I Long Leaf Yellow Pine

    As soon as it Is determined that the P. H. Rolfs,

    jJ tomato Held le to be continued, a hundred Pathologist in charge of subtropical West Palm Beach Feb. 16.-What HATRED AMONG OFFICERS. Framing at $16 per M. .

    "or hundred'and fifty pounds of laboratory. threatened to be a most disastrous

    *R nitrate of soda per acre should be U. S. Department of Agriculture conflagration started in Schmid's Com Who Survived the Port Arthur Strug Boards same price. i\Ve also selll.ime. Brick L4 kinds].

    applied. This will stimulate the plants Bureau of Plant Industry, Veg. Path. mercial Hotel at 2:45 o'clock this I pie' and Capitulation. Cement Sash, Doors, Mouldings, and whatever else a
    into a rich growth and develope a Urge morning, but was arrested by super- -- builder lowest
    I and Phys. Investigation. requires at possible figure.
    Paris Feb. IS.-Local correspondents
    leaf area. human work of .the Ore department

    '; Aa soon as a large leaf area has before It had gotten beyond control sent to meet the French steamer

    been produced and bloom buds are beginning Another Settler. This however was not before the Australian with General Stoessel and You Knol Where We Are -:14th Street Miami Fla
    to show, a fertilizer high in Mr. J. O. Wild ana wife of Cottage hotel had been practically destroyed. the survivors of Port Arthur, forward )

    r ;; potash and phosphoric acid should be City Mass, who came here several There was but $1,000 insurance on the detailed accounts of discord among: the ,
    applied. This will harden up the weeks ago to spend the winter, and building. officers. The army office.M *re particularly ,'". .. -- -

    plants,and produce a solid fruit. I were comfortably located at Mrs. Mun- Srhneldeman's stock of clothing was hostile to the navy officials. A. -.

    .Plowing.As I ro'. on Eighth street have become so ruined by water: the loss amountingto Admiral Lockinsky who commanded

    a rule the farmer and vegetable infatuated with the climate and nat about $4,000. Kaufman & Tltmas.I the torpedo defenses, Is quoted '. :"
    I Yy ..
    cro1ll"er.frequently assumes that when I ural conditions of this section that Mr. I photographers, lost everything, with lengthily in which he makes bltur ,
    he has"killed all the weeds in the field Wod has purchased the Curtis homestead : -i j no insurance. criticisms of General StoessAd I c .." -.

    his duty In the way of plowing is done. I at Allapattah and baa taken possession 'I The fire started in the barber shop mlral Alrnieff anJ others said that ,... 't \'- .. 1 i\C.1 l'J- !

    .* No greater mistake could be made.The .. I of his new purchase. Mr. Wild under the hotel, presumably from an ) they would denounce Stoessel before'I ,..' ; \.I'{ s. :t ;.. .' ,. (tn'/ A ,""
    ,: 'tw'.1''I
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    killing of weeds is merely an in-;! will at once begin Improvements of oil stove. It t the courtmertial as they do rot Intend \ Ii dtttth.: :::. \. .. f!

    "w cadent which brought about the necei-I|I the place by setting out a iate or- t I / to allow themselves to be: scape- ....... _J -. .\;.,...- 1 "

    ange and grapefruit grove. He will RUSSIAN STRIKE ENDED. I II goat ''':.. '.. ,. '''',.. .
    -I, ,: also engage' in trucking! and expects to St. Petersburg Ton. 14-The last I One correspondent IJUO'IM General i iStoessel i r''+....a" lt

    .the arcatlca cf tie coil. In green;i; make Dade county his: future hOme. : vestige! of the great strike disappeared as saying that "he: cannot FOR RENT-10 rurnl h"" hou'es ol to IS rooms at JCOO to $1!$ vacs

    : today when the employees of the Poutlj I pardon\ the navy's failure to succor i i for the Tourist S"tnon. 20 fu-nlshed!: rooms at $5 to $10 per week. "
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    ,j loff Iron Works rctprned to their former I I:' him." For this the,na.\1' officials re-j i FOR SALE-\ variety of city rest'linecs at tram $COO to $1,000. Meant i

    places. t< turn him all hatred. i iC.'smo lots JIIO to $500. A wail improved farm cf) 179 acres near Miami: an

    Ballots are being distribute for tbe :, first<-1a! s all round proprrti Tb3! will divide up for a settlement of Itfinilllfs
    I i election of a representatives to the d: : ,! toiyether V/e have oranc a and grapefruit groves, all kinds of 1m-
    I !
    [r ronfp"(>ncE' of workmen and employees I New York, Fib 11- Th" Cas'no! jin ril a..<1 nalwproved land: suitable far fruits, truckle: end farming. AD j

    I to be held at an early date. i theater, famous for vnrg 1\11 ''. h >.r<- ... 'h.'-., j* the owners lowest terms General condition govern prirea <
    It is reported that the greatest con Ii- I of comic opera. was dt''tl.i'l/ I by fire

    dance prevails! and that the measures | today The tntire "Lndv Teazle Company C C. CARROLL & F.V.. AMASONSuccessors

    Everyone who buys a will prove K tf factory to the workmenas I: headed by Lillian Iinssell/ to C. C. Carroll oa re :H Avenue D, North, near Third StHad
    .tt they will be heard regarding the i w.re presented In the hoiiS" at the l .
    Diamond of us feels / aiaUns of new laws and the ndjust- I Mme, although :Miss Russell was not --- --

    e- I of exl'tln-: difficulties The politicalside :i present and all escaped without: inJury I Poor Luck. I Work Resumed at Lod%.

    of the agitation is not considereda 1 though the the stage carpet?iri : 'rv ;.nmrh yacht Clara having on I II -
    that he or she has secured a good ... ... New Lodz Feb. IS.-Work was resumed l
    : serious factor, in the situation at i wits overcome by smoke. The J. Ixva-1 : 'n ssra. Gibbons, of I i
    bargain. lIelteJld that every present. 1 will be heavy. I Jersey returned yesterday morning today at a majority of the factories

    Qiie shall feel that iccy. Etcry from a trip of several days to Cape here.

    i gem ice sell must be right in quality I Always Remember the Full Name ?.ibc! and lower coast ...aters. The t

    solo cut and price. If e hare -i-ntlc3ncn report poor luck en) the Strike Exhausting Itself.
    'rip. and the dur3'try scarce Immediately St. Petersburg. Feb. 15.-Tne latest
    some nice ones to show :. : : :, : "
    you I Lth e B rolr2?! Quinine upon entering the bay they II reports from FoUnd indicate that the
    proceeded to its head where hey succeeded strike situation at Warsaw and Lodx

    In landing! 1 raccoon. 11 ducks. Is exhausting Itself. ,lAt

    i Cures a Cold in One Day Grip in Two. 4 barracuda and 1 dolly \ardca group several places In Southern Rn> -Ot?
    1 !
    '* The Jeweler I. er. The fish wore landed with rod and sla individual strikes are reponed.but

    reel Today they are enjoying the the workmen's demand are met Im

    J I cB. !a cL: i_ em GeL W c. tame trip a aln. I mediately.PROF. Ar

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