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 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: May 12, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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i TWENTY. PER ONS WERE KILLED I:STEAMER MIAMI fA, SMALL BOAT HUNDREDS HURLED TO DEATH f


rAND I WAS DETAINEDRushing ON LONG CRUISE() I

ONE HUNDRED INJURED BY AN OKlAHOMA CYCLONE 1-


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southward Wednesday night A water trip embracing several -
LBygrafn: : Wreck Dynamite Explosion' and Fire On Pennsylvania as fast as speed and safety were prac- thousand uiiles.or'the circuit from Chi- Town of Snyder Was Practically Devastated and Dead Bodies

Railroad at an Early Hour Yesterday.COLLISION ticable, were" seven aldermanic IOOK- cagoIa the canals. Mississippi river, I Scattered Over Streets 1
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west coast, east coast to New Yorkand I Surrounding Country
f, Ing individuals from Philadelphia en
'Q- from thence back via the Inland waterways -
I route here and thence to Cuba. \
to Chicago, the place of beginning
exact number of dead and Injured Is
'positively known. Their business was evidently argent is being indulged by Capt John AN IMPORTANT BILL. I
( OCCURRED() I I BEING'I
. _: Twelve dead are now at the morgue so much so, that, the steamer J Perkins and two friends in the email REUEf IS
and other bodies are being taken to' Miami, scheduled to sail from here thirty foot cabin sloop Echo and so Is That Relating to Telegraph and Telephone
NEAR HARRISBURG houses fast 'far they hate accomptisned more thanhalf Companies.The I '
the dead as as they are RUSHED TO SCENE
last night at 11:30 for Key West and
I recovered. About seventy Injured are the Journey without accident or following Is the text of the bill
Havana, was detained for their accommodation
: : at the hospital :n1 private homes incident other than pleasure and Introduced In the State Legislature by I
HOSPITALS ARE FLOODED attendedat at this port until nine most enjoyable trip. Matthews r
AND here, while others are bung Mr. of Bradford county, i
WITH DEAD AND INJURED. houses near the wreck. yesterday morning, when she got The start was made from Chicago placing telegraph and telephone com- SEVENTY-FIVE ,KILLED AT SKY. ,'
BER AND MANY INJURED.QUINTLAN .
TERRIBLE SCENE OI; DEATH Statement of Officials. away on the voyage. early last fall, or about the first of October panies under control of the railroad
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ALSO HARD
AND DESTRUCTION I Philadelphia, May 11. The Pennsylvania For this accommodation, it is said, and stops have ueen made at comml alon. The bill, which I. now NEWS MEAGER."t HIT*-
Railroad officials say that 17 that they readily paid the P. &: 0, all the principal places en route. on the calendar under the head of Bills

persons were killed .In the Harris- Steamship Line the sum of 15000. Last Saturday they reached Miami on Third Reading, has created considerable -
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Harrisbnrg. Pa, May 11. rAt least burg wreck and that from 63 to CS Besides this the party did not reach land after remaining until Tuesday comment: :
five persons were killed many burned were 'Injured. Eleven bodies were Jacksonville until last night and I I resumed their voyage, going outside A bill to be entitled an act to. extend Cuthrte. Oklahoma May 1L Reports
thai hundred taken from un>ler the sTt-eplng coached were forced to use the wires liberally .and Intending! to make the run direct the powers of the railroad 'commlsjsioners received here indicate that between -
to death and more i one
*; s* badly charred nr.d mangled that and do some hustling there In orderto I( to Jacksonville, their first slop From so as to give them power and three and four hundred live
is the result 1r t a collisIon mere lost in the
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;' injured they,were unrecognizable. get a special train and have the I there it is their Intention If weather -'authority to regulate charges of tele- partial destruction i'
on the Pennsylvania \ Railroad The train carried 162 passenger iteanfer detained here for them, the I permits to make the voyage without graph companies for the transmission of Snyder, Oklahoma last night by a i

,I south of Harrisburg just >tore two and fifteen In the crew. At 11 o'clock total expense of their efforts! and results another stop to New Tork, where of messages by telegraph; to apply the tornado.
: o'clock this morning. I today only four bodies had been identified. reaching up to several hundred they will\ spend some time before pro- powers given to said commlsioners Relief trains have been sent from Mr
I The wreck was caused by the sec- dollars. {reeding to Chicago which place they by law over railroad companies to an many neighboring towns And details "
and figure on making late In the summer. companies owning, ,of the distaster can not be learned "
I cond section of the Cleveland Who they were or what their mis- persons or con
I trolling or operating a line or line until some of these trains return as
t Cincinnati express wept bound sion no one could ascertain. Imme- The, Echo Is built especially for
,, crashing into a wrecked freight train. AGED (jOUPLEBRAINED diately upon their arrival here about I cruising and Buffeting.' She is round lOf telegraph: and to make the penalties all telegraph and telephone communications '

The engine struck a car loaded with 8:30, they boarded the steamer anda !, bottomed and especially adapted to prescribed against railroads foi have been Interrupted.

1 fifty thousand pounds dynamite, few minutes later she pulled away standing rough weather. Her cabin violating commissioners' rules applyto It is reported that bodies are scats
the crash 'being followed >y several WITH AXE from her dock. They were all elderlymen arrangements are comfortably and :he companies and persons herein io red all over the street find tbs

Cterrifflc explosions and fin and according to one of the employees conveniently arranged and the three named whose line or lines is or are r.rroundlntf country. The stoma

Three bodies have been Identified on the dock, had the apPear. occupants are highly pleased at the wholly or In part In this State, ann struck the town from the southwest
) positively. At 6:15 o'clock his morn.'be ance of being Dutch aldermen and success attending their cruise and the for other pUrp sel. and traveled north until one hundrej
t ;.: seven bodies have been taken Anthens, Ga., May 10. Frank Hol- looked like they were going to Cubaon pleasure and benefits they have derived Be It enacted by the Legislature of yards from the railroad station whet

:;;:from" the debris and at that hour the brook and wife, two bin people, were some sugar deal. Other than the I from It. They are keeping a diaryof the State of Florida: it shifted and took a northeasterly .

fire was raging fiercely In I two Pull- brained with an axe last night and above facts nothing is known, but the trip day by day and as one of Section 1. That from and after the course through the business portionof
-f man cars that had not up tc that time their bodlea dragged from the porch of their business must be very urgent them enjoys'quite a reputation as a passage of this act all companies or the town. North of 'the railt>j4 :

"been, entered by the rescuers. It Is their home about four miles from Wat- and Important to force such trouble writer, the trip and experiences, no persons owning controlling or operating tracks not a building was left stand f'

.!=.:;;'believed that several bodies are in- kinsville. and expense. doubt will appear In print later on. or that may hereafter own control ing. .
fide of them and that they tan not be The bodies were found this morningand or operate a line or lines of tele- Synder Is a town ,of 2.504 Inbabttants. l

?'rescued for hours. tI | It was also discovered that a little VACATION DAYS. STEAMSHIP. CHANGES. graph whose line or lines Is or are In and Is I la Kiowa county.

It la officially estimated t at the ftlanclal store operated by them had been burglarized whole or In part In this State, shall Dead Scattered Everywhere.

', : loss will be $300.000. including during the night. There is Best Way to Spend Them Discussed Miami Goes Out Tonight on Last Rur. be under the control of the railroad I Later.-The storm w'aa not confined
.-- $150,000 for cash. Jewelry and no clew to the murderers, but tension By Patrons and School Teachers. of Summer From Hers.The commissioners of the State, who shall to Snyder. On their way to the stricken t
other, personal effects of th. passeng- and excitement Is running high. have full power to regulate the pricesto town dead and Injured were passed

J', f II, A number of patrons of the Miami I steamer Miami which went out be charged by any company or person In plain sight of the relief trains ; v
The Hospital Crowded. MIAMI INVESTMENT CO. public school and eneral members of Wednesday at 11 o'clock for Key West or persons owning, controlling or but these hastened to Snyder whereservices

-!' Later The Harrisburg; Hospital the Ladies Afternoon Club, met with and Havana, will not be seen in this operating any line or irnes of telegraph and attention were more urgent

:'Is crowded with the mostseriously. Prof. Hall and the teachers of the port again until next winter, for after for any service performed by ..
New and Strong Building and Loan
;;5 Injured from the wreck while many, school Wednesday Yfternoon for the delivering her freight and passengersat (such company, person or persons, and The rumor current that also other
:.\others; are at the hotels and will 'be Concern In Operation H.... purpose of discussing the best method Havana she will proceed to Tampa all the powers given to said commissioners towns In southwestern Oklahoma have

-"able,to resume their journeys today. of training the children during the and take up the run, from that portto over railroads In this State been destroyed Is declared over the

,. The railroad company is [doing ev- Immediately upon receipt of Its let vacation period that they might not Key West and Havana for the summer I and all\ the penalties prescribed telephone to be Incorrect. The same) i ti
#J ry thing possible for the}! Injured ters patent on Tuesday morning the IOM. or have effected, that knowledge and fall. against railroad companies or person. I .'ado however struck Qulntlanja ,

many of whom escaped from the Miami Investment Co. began business already gained. The steamer Martinique, now undergoing embraced in chapter 4.700, Lams of Woodward county, destroying several
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wreck in their night clothe and lost in room 1, of the Burdine building on The meeting was most pleasant and repairs at Havana, will take up Florida are hereby declared to be of houses and killing at least three peo

;: all their clothing and belongings. The Twelfth street. many valuable suggestions were made the run westward from there today force against corporations, companies r pIe.
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passenger train of nine cars and the This is a new concern formed by all of which received liberal discus arriving tomorrow morning and will or persons owning, controlling or operating I Skyber Also Suffered.

locomotive were. destroyed. Jj Miami people, principally for the purpose slon. No formal plan was adopted but continue on the run until late next a line or lines of telegraph doIng I St. 'Louis, May 11. The following l lI
I.- Among the injured are Mr/and Mrs. of conducting a building and loan much good U certain, to result as the spring. business! in this State, whose line I Ilor I has been received from Enid Oklahoma -

L1n4 11. the latter the daogther oft business. The capital stock of the I parents were enthused with the Idea There will be no change In the ofleers lines Is or are wholly or In part In I ICO miles from Snyder, at the a
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;;;United States,Senator Knoi.who were company Is $25,000 and It, ,is author and project of making the vacation of either ship. Mrs. White, wife State, so far as said provisions. general railroad offices here: i I
"on their way to New York- They ized to do a building and loan business months result in benefit to their child- of Captain White of the Miami, and dot chapter 4.700. Law! of Florida, can (i iIbe "A tornado struck Skyber at 3:45

,, .ere received by Governor] Penny. purchase, and sell real estate ren Instead of allowing It to a periodof (daughter, will leave shortly for Tampa. made applicable to any corporation, o'clock last night. T"'elte business

packer at the mansion and ire being and to loan money. The Incorporator. Idleness and demoralization to their ((where they will spend the summer and (company, person or persons owning, houses and forty residences were destroyed
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f:cared for th"re. They. are 'both serously are among the best known of Miami's : offsprings. make their home until the ship returns [controlling or operating a tine or lines and sevcnty-fhe persons are
J 'IJ .hurt. j' business men which Insures the stability here. Other officers will also move (lor telegraph. The said commissioners dead' fifty seriously Injured and fir-
: Twenty or More Perished. and reliability of the venture. Farmer's. Terrible Deed. their families there. I shall also have potter and authority ty slightly hurt. A special train on

..:' Later Details It is 'now?belleveo The officers of the company are C. Valdosta Ga.. May 1L At Adet.a [to require said companies to locale I I the Rock Island Railroad la en route

that twenty or more people|perished M. Brown, president; J. K. Dora, vice- small town twenty miles north of Mr. A. p. Bliss Is having erected 'aspnC"lf"S at railroad stations. { hero with more doctors, nurses sac

In the wreck and flames following the president and M V. Brown, secretary here, John Hewitt, a well known citizen on his property on Brickell Avenue I! Sec. .:. That the powers of th.. i I I undertakers." I

crash of the Cleveland and, Cincin- and treasurer, w'hile the Incorporatorsof shot and Idled his wife and then south of the experimental statlonone commissioners to regulate; charge by Passed Them By.
l atl express into a wrecked freight the concern are the above mentioned wounded her 'sjster and brother, and of the most costly and what will be corporations, companies and persons Mansflrl.l. O. May 11. The Pre

rain early this sorting f a"T oae'hundredor gentlemen with C. P. Norton, Ver- when surrounded by a posse shot one of the most magnificent buildings herein referred to shall apply only to ;, IdenfM special passed here at eight
1 more are blium{ d sev.oral non Price-Williams, B. .E. Gregory and killed himself. The cause of the j'I on the south side. It will be modern messages sent by telegraph from one o'clock this morning without atop.t r

*, hours must elapse yet before the and J. S. Van Winkle. tragedy Is unknown. In every respect: point to another In this State. plpg, \
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-) tj JACKSONVILLE AN OBJECT LES- cere In his efforts seeking to drain the 1 HIS GREATEST WORK. i ij I leave that place and return to Ocala 1j1
FINDING Ito
j I 'MIAMI METROPOLIS SON. Everglades. He has a practical i I OF go elsewhere. It seems to the committee
knowledge of the accomplishments he I
# xvFridaypa Metro The LakE'lande..s' pays this trib- i I that the contemee nas been nnrder d
Published Every. 1 the Four years ago. May 3, JacWwuvilla seeks, and the feasibility of the scheme the conviction
lute to Mr. II. M Flasler: and the great T"E COM Mil TEE that the law would
C .oils *hs being admitted it would be but justiceto ,
Buildinep.d was practically destro>e1 ,by fln feat that of I uil.line a railroad by land permit him to retain his political or
|i .L- ...r.U.I'rts.- I S.Mile pun StoTrwi. greatest conflagratlu.1 o'cr rand "'" the chief executive that his proposition land| sea to Kejrst, that he Is about municipal citizenship In Ocala and the

f Tbe itiaml PrinUnj Company. cording to the size and i',pnl.>tK>n cf be entertained.TO .to begin Twentieth Senatorial District notwithstanding +
the city. On that day bntr.I.!.. cf he '' '
I "The closing bars of Henry :ifiFlackr's tad: an Intention of :abiding 4
entered at the Postoffice at Miami. magnificent zn1't-u'xtiaiiil Imsittss POTECT CHARACTERS. I IN THE BROWN.BASKIN CASE AS bodily at .Miami until
i ( i life are to be marked by an somecon-
Fla, .. second-dais/, matter. blocks and beautiful and costly homes 'undertaking I of 'orldwlo1e iuiix>rtance. i j SUBMITTED TO THE SENATE.MR tlnsency should happen which would
(were laid :c ash.iuj, tb 'us'u'J"i1l1a'l \\' ,t hin forty-eight hours last week' 11"81.1"8 BROWN NOT ENTITLED TO cause him to determine to return to
+ The most Southern newspaper published l which his fbrmer hieve-
I | honi'l,. I'ivstrunl. and tots three jotlug scrapes occurred In THE SEAT. Ocala, or the Twentieth
Senatorial Die
1 en the mainland of the United men" remarkable!. as they hay been :
States. I I were proaUut on every band. Thesuffering Florida, one in Jacksonville, the second i!dwindle Into insignificance. I II I I trict, to live, but in our Judgment this,
t was no siiltrHl>. It was, an near that place and the thirdin position Is not tenable In law.
j The construction of a railroad from I
One ye..i%.00 experience never to be forgotten by Tampa Two of the crimes are I ; The following Is the full text of the The committee for the reasons glren -
''the mainland of Florida to West
Key ,
too !those who writ t thriugh the cr""il.I chargeable directly to misconduct, or report of the Senate committee on privileges I above are of the .
BIT: xcOBtfcs.......... [..... .. .. ; opinion that the
Is a step in advance of the march of
Those paying In _e vane will receive I I Fanned by p hi;h wind mid .i'ilv Intimacy, between married women and ', and elections in the Brown-Bas- contestee had permanently removedhis
modern' achievement' notch ctn-eo' '
i a years. subscription for 11.50. !idown over fh most tx-aiitiful fart men other than their husbands, while" kin contest and whim was against residence from the Twentieth Senatorial -
Fin the record of the world's
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and six nxiLtts' subscription for .5 ''the city, he angry-like ll.iiiies we : the third was occasioned by an Im- progress: :Mr Urown District to Miami In the Thin
that future generations n-.o: r
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cents. This la a liberal discount to Induce (quick In 'h-ir work of t'estrucIo. proxr| proposal of a man to a marine may y : "Senate Chamber, Tallahassee Fla., -nth District; prior to the proclamation ,

\ strictly advance pa'IIIent.RW' *. Rich were aij ipm r. and IKIOI IIUI.... ,: :- woman. to overreach.The May 4, 19n3; lion. Park M. Tram- of the Governor calling a special

-- MAV12 paupirs fh' sitiuMim; was tlatk In either of three casts the law.hoiml I discussion of this gigantic; enterprise mell. President of the Senate Slr- election to nil the \8cancy1n the Ben: -

; 1905. land no brit Mar ,glisttnt"1] > 1 lit the : ) not sanctioning' commission has turned the t.'p'8 of hi ,,Your roiuniiitce privileges and elections -jatorshlp from the Twentieth District
.-- ------- ---- future, but the: people of JacfcoaHie jf crime for such offenses has intariiblj ;i world upon Florida It has advertised '' to whom was referred the matter land that there was such rf 1'aCatfr

Oyama promises busy again. not discouraged They loved to /the whole State more elf, .:ulvev! than of the at the time e'
J 1 were overlooked punishment, even ', alleged \acancy in the Senatorkhip of the Issue! of such proo-
That means that the must do their dtr..hI,1 faith In the future and he taking! of the life of the.man, who could have b"1dune bv any other from the Twentieth Senator. i Ian:at Ion and OB the ISth day of :March.
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L the hop skip, and tolet once more with an indlmltable dl'rHwln.t1on it ntertM and robbed hla home of thatdomestic :method. We doubt if there Is a promInent ',ial District, composed of the counties | last when the election was held.

.i with the 1 regret message should l>e built again and before the ( felicity and lothat society journal In AUI<'rl'-a 01 Kiiroiio.! e.pocally .' of Marion and Sunjttr. OLu*Ioned\ by i The certificate: of election present"

,=. to follow smoke had ceased and embers cooled, ,aivMaw proscribe as sacred. The man among those nh.ch leal with the' alleged change of residence pf the I by the contestant I* prima facto ted

I-, ,- they were at work. who commits such a crime Is '
.News note "City ttorney Atkln, SIC<.tre like the DOW Jacksonjillex I of death. He seeks to ruin that has not commented on ator from said district, and the claim !Hof I Its \alldity and of the right of

t eon has been- euilerin; with the bead i >gan to ri,*, Shacks wt-re htstiljaised that home that love, that character this undertaking!. and vo.umts haw by the Hon J. G. Uaskin of a right to contestant to a scat In the Senateas

'!" ache." That ache may cost Miami and business restored to com. which can never be_ recalled. lie is :( been written In the disco lion of the''''a seat' In the Senate under a special presenting the Twentieth Senatorial

r dearly and keep it rnn ing in the same ortable if not normal con'lltion. The no better' than a murderer when he I jgrcat work with Ibc refill that all ,,election held on the 2,

!t old municipal rut fo another two spirit of building was in the air and seeks or accomplishes that ptfrpotve (Florida is oceapviag a lucre prominent ,, last, under a proclamation Issued by : vacant at the time of the Issuanceof I

& years.A he song of the saw and hammer rang This much for the man of that cal- posit'"'! In the wnildti hit rest than ,:the Governor on the :SOlh dar of February the proclamation and of the elec I.

to a joyful strain. That song i* still il>re> but Is he alone to blame for I'ever jcfore I, last; to fill the vacancy occasioned tim It becomes our duty to recommend _

ac Kansas man JUst returned from being sung and In the place of debris commission: of such crimes In ones The construction of this road marksan by the alleged removal of said C. that the contestee be unseated .

t the Isthmus, says thf Panama Cana. and shacks, there stands today buildings will not be completed for two hundred more moOern.cosuy and completeand always. ThEe are women as designing while" Its effect! viewed In Its relations : as follows: from the Twentieth Senatorial Dos, '

years. His pessimism should be residences finer and grander dangerous and as low in character to the future commerce of the work :I "The contestant J. G. Baskla and trlct.We

discounted liberally as he "failed" to than and destroyed. The signs and as men. There are women, woo will be vast and far,reaching. ,It will the contestee, C. M. Brown, appeared recommend that evidence accompanying

i, get the jcb be went ..tier.C''t all, but memory of the fire have been by t a smile, can make a man her open a highway of trade to whose I before your committee with .their respective this report be printed

'- wiped out. slave even though she be married anda southern terminus the countless furrows mttorneysand witnesses were All of which Is respectfully: submit

Tampa has a small sized Johann But this is not alL JacksonvilleIs mother. There are women who ploughed by vessels balling from examined and their testimony reducedto ted.

".e Boch in one Jim AhI4| a former police still building. The spirit of progress care as little for the domestic happl- all South American ports and those writing and documentary evidence George P. Raney. Chairman; ,

officer of that city. Already fair women still pervades the air and Its nes of their home and fidelity to husbands which leaving the Pacific com was also submitted by them to the :Wl A. Blount.C. .

have laid claim |o him as their people are going to make It a great as there are men unfaithful to through the Panama Canal will converge ommlttee and arguments by their respective I* Wilson,

Tansband. Aha is something of a movcr city, great already but greated In the their marriage vows, and there are as naturally aa a myriad of tiny attorneys were beard ana E:: s. CrU1

lr. himself la the matrimonial line. end. Already the population has increased women willingly, knowingly and Intentionally brooks together to make up a mighty your committee herewith .submits all J. H. Humphries.OELRAY .

9 kt several thousand in these setting out toe entice men. stream. tack evidence and the written argument

Japan accuses the!Russian fleet of short four years and It Is estimated These women are as dangerous aa the "And It is the crowning glory of a filed with It DOTS.

occupying neutral waters; Russia accuses that there are now 60.000 happy and men who imbued with evil intentions, life that has not been lived wholly for "The evidence showa that Marion The young people gave a farewell

Japan of-doing the same thing. progressive souls within its confines. seek to accomplish that purpose self or selfish ends. Whatever may ; ountyhad been the domicile and home surprise party on Thursday evening jt,

That's about. close'pa fighting: the Jacksonville's progress and development which Is a crime before God and man. be said of the conditions By whlcn i of the contestee ilnce 1847 and thatin at the Chapman House, In honor of .

'two fleets have gotten. Let ffiem get should 'be a lesson not only to Let women stay in there sphere. Henry M. Flagler has hen able to accumulate the year 1898 he began a general Mrs. W. HV HIckenson. of Warren fad l.

together and scrap i it oIL> That's the Miami, but to every place and townin Let them regard their modesty and his millions -and of these merchandise business in the city of who left for her home Friday night accompanied \

climax the public are interested in. the State. Concerted and united character- as sacred, and let them be conditions we assuredly are not the Ocala In that county and that In September by Mrs. F. E. Curtis, of ,1f.
action is necessary In the building of ever guarded In their relations with apologist or defender the use to 1904 he sold out such business Saginaw Mich. After dainty refreshments "l

f The merchants aqd employers of a town or the developing of any Industry men and they will be far less .liable which he has put his vast wealth la in and he and his wife left Ocala were served on the portico several i.k'

? /Chicago can get while men to take the or business. Jacksonville has to Insult and Injury. If man offers striking and favorable contrast to the and went to Miami, In Dade county, hours were devoted to mule .

"t rlaces of the strikers! They have made both. Hence her successand the Metropolis Insult It Is not necessary that it must methods of others who control great : Florida, which is In the Thirteenth song and dancing when goodbyes and ..'.

1. mistake in employing negroes for ever willing and anxious to be accepted or tolerated.- One look fortunes. When men have asked for Senatorial District. During the con- good wishes were exchanged: and the- ....

is that purpose. Not(that the negro encourage and praise successful and one word If properly given and uttered bread he has not ff-v.n tnem a book; tinuance of such business In Ocala up young people left- for their homes, :'

may not be worth{ or employment conscientious efforts, congratulate provided they do not care to take nor has he sought to bribe the Al- to December 190 he and hia wife pleased that they In a small way had ;

w4 r 'but it Is a bad pollc to bring them in Jacksonville on Its perseverance and the matter before others for settlement mighty and win the world's applause boarded at a hotel In Ocala having shown their appreciation of the pains' ,,.

conflict with. the whites such a time. push and wishes that It may grow will prevent them further annoy by ostentatious living to relg'on. He previously sold his home but In December always taken by Mrs. Htekensoa to "-! )

t and grow and grow.MISLEADING. ance. hal turned his wealth to practical! uses. 190%, they moved to the upper make it pleasant for them during her/." t
's, .
t "The death of Cm.. Fiuhugh Lee On the other hand let men when In- Rut for him the wilderness might have story of the betiding in which he stay In Delray. ,

leaves only four ;Confederates who FIGURES. sulting or connlvering for the ruInation waited for centuries aa It had waite carried on his merchandise business Mr. A. T. Pearce took a trip up the

rank major-general of ",women take the offense into until his magic touch transformed: it and there he and his wife lived and road a* far as Daytona; and spent Sunday ,- t
the
a. were: of rf '
*. Gens. Wheeler, Lon ax. Rower and M. William E. Curtis has been studying their own homes. Let them put their into a fair and frultfwf land. And now kept house until they went to Miami.In After tomatoes it Is presumed

.C."Butler. Of the '. leutenant-generals, Southern conditions and incidentally wife, mother and' possibly daughters that once "trackless sea" Is to be conquered moving to Miami they took with though there was a certain young lady, _

> Ibnt three nrvlv< Gens. .Buckner. the census. From the latter he learns and sisters in the place of those so by his enterprise and where them their household effects and he left here last week for her Daytona f t,; .

r. Stewart and Btephi D. Lee of Mississippi. much of the property and particularlythe insulted and designed against. Then once only the pirate craft lurked Interest in the building or in any other home. "
farms Is owned by the negroes in will the situation appear different and among the coral reefs, the locomotive did not retain and possessory! or other Mr. Eugene Hunt representing John. '
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$ the Southern States. Figures are deceptive the sanctity of homes and woman's will shriek its triumphant Mist"Flagler property In the Twentieth District Nix A: Co. of New York received, a s

!}X newspaper should be a history and Mr. Curtis would betterbe character be .safer from Insults and is not a Sunday-ackool sup The fact of bodily removal from Ocalato win from his house saying that on the Jt'
careful or he will learn wrong impressions. ruination.A Miami of himself and wife who 4th New York City received 222 cars '
of the community in which It Is published erintendeat. He Is not a hypocrite. He .
., He says, for ,example: not book He does constituted hla family Is, upon the of perishables, the largest; volume of
for the periof following the date la merely a giver.
"There are twelve savings banks PROJECT WITH MUCH MERIT. evideneeeotnplete and unquestionable.A business done la tie city la one day
of each issue until |pe next.: It snuff not pose u a philanthropist But he baa
and by lathe of political It la Mrs. W. H.
owned operated negroes change or. aa some- Hlckersoa. of Warren,
wealth
l all local happenings of even or wrought great things with his
'cover Southern States three .at Richmond, Some few weeks ago u told by the times caned municipal domicile tovolved tad, and Mrs. P>.E. Curtis ot Saginaw
diw'7'JmPO ; : In order to make and his last work will be his beet"MAKE
< and the others at Birmingham Vicksburg Metropolis, a Mr. Schneider,j>f. Ocala not onl the act of such removal Ich:.who have been spending the winter .
It must therefore -
the record ;e.
i Little Rock, Kaab1' le. Jackson came to Miami for the purpose of Interesting but an Intention to change the here, left lor their homes via N.w'' ,
considerable
at times\ devot space '
which Itsmderm rule Pine Bluff, Ark.; Mound Bayou capital In a novel project RooMI domicile or home from the place moved ,York Friday night "
with
to events or occurrences Ulss.______.: Kingston... N._ C.: and Muskogee.L ,. -that of cultivating vegetables under from to that moved to, la an Miss Ella Chapman of Wen Palm. i
leas fa.
;
r are already more or
x" tb T. All of these banks are prosperous glass for consumption in 'the big hotels The crinoline is coming Into taste tial element of such change.: enen-I Beach. spent Sunday at home. !}
Qa iiar. It -rup the ,floating re
and have large deposits from negro of the East Coast. He left well ion again. Parls.whlch rules the worldof stitution provides In sectl"? 8 of article I The Ladies' Improvement Bode

ports concerning such* matters separ- farmers, mechanics, laborers and pleased with the encouragement he re fashion has to ordered. Mrue.Bernhardt 3 that "The sec: of a member :served Ice cream Saturday evening on .,.
ates the true from tie false and puts
shape others. I shall try to give some detailed the divine Sara swears she of either house Jhall be vacated on I the porches of the Chapman House.-1''
Into authentic the story ot admission
Information concerning: them in will not submit to the edict, but tncrc his permanent change or residence i and are over ells( to the good. ,::1'Ir. :
which there perhaps scores of unreliable .
: are another letter. Unfortunately. the census to finance the scheme. are millions of women, from l'arlll from the district or county from whichhe ) Carlos C. Ayers Is now Installed '
versions. 4- Exchange.
reports do not cover the savings The Southern Farm Magailnejn discussing and London to Goose Hollow.who will i was elected;" and unless the evidence as telegraph operator assisting :...

banks." the project says that it has The balloon skirt Is coming It will be establishes sn Intention upon'the agent, Mr. Ditto through the rash'.

There' has beet a wonderful transformation There are no banks owned and operated much merit and carried out In Flor I quire a lot of room. There will be i the part of the contestee to make a season. ,i

in both ] igrlcultural and horticulture : by negroes with "large" deposits. ida, would add a. novel feature to the trouble in the street cars. Woman will i I II permanent change from the Twentieth Freddy, Henry Willie and Laura Z1Trrwere

-* in Flor la during the part; There are in the South worthy and industrious agriculture of that already wonderful I have to learn how to manage It without Senatorial District no vacancy has .confirmed Sunday. May 7th. t

*, ten years The farmers are growing negroes operating banks, State. I encountering embarrassing situations I existed since the election of the con- the Lutheran church. The chart__

,larger and bc'tei i cropon Improved but necessarily in ,a small way. Mr. Schneider, when here, and in I but she will learn> as her grandMother ;testes as Senator from such district ID 11 as very beautifully decorated with.

land by tbe ii tensive system the The man who sees the country from conversation with a Metropolis did before her November 190!, Witnesses other than plants, palms and flowers for the oo>.':

trucking Indus t: bas become one of his car window ought to stick to generalities I er, outlined his project about report-j The bonnet of a halt century aga Is :((, the conteatee testify to expressionsmade ,caslon. S.w,

the greatest Bourses of revenue to our and prophecies. No one can lows: That a company should be formed I also returning. The New' York SUB by him at the time of his selling' ;t

people and therefare other fruits-the well dispute the former, and In a week several acres of land purchasedand I makes this report of It; "How subtly I i out his business and moving away CLEAN UP. "r,

grapefruit the the strawberry, or a month hence no one will remember one or more houses, glassed roof- ,does' Dame Fashion make her approaches I that clearly indicate an Intention to I X'I

the canteloupe lach.great quantities. the latter. ed and slatted, like the ordinary greenhouse I We met the other day on'': permanently change his residence I This is. the season for cleaning and
'The people are to diversify built In these all vegetables I the avenue a young woman whose face ,from Ocala to Miami. keeping clean houses, premises and;

crops and they a id that it pays them. ABOUT THE EVERGLADES. ben out of ..asonbut, which have a peeped out of a poke bonnet with l "We are aware that he denies or ,ltrl'E'tl. for employing the spade and, !

The people' too 1 he tanners, truckers demand at fancy prices, are to be (strings tied under her> (hln. She seem- does not admit having made such rake and broom for getting busy

and fruit growe !', were never better Many comments are blng made by I Tow-n. The Idea of Mr. Schneider Is je4: familiar Sure enough, she was buta statements; but considering his testimony 'the scrub brush and paint brush

off. These Indus ries are VeeRlng pace the State press on Governor Brow- >r ,,'as. to grow the vegetables for the | reincarnation of the girl who smiles before the committee and the !disinfecting, rehabilitating rep witIL""l

with the wonder pi development of the ard's drainage scheme. I.use! of the East Coast hotels and the {from the door window of the frontispiece i i written' communication emanating and beautifying. It Is the _'

the resources the 'State.-DeLand Some of these comments-most of I 0!>t of the venture be placed at not of George Crulk hank's early ;from him It sems clear to us that he cleanliness In all of its essea'lals

Record. i t them have been made by writers !' less than ten thousand dollars. Victorian 'Omnibus; which dellghteo';|has not, at least since his letter' of October 'possibilities. '
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1 who have never s' tn the Everglades! t j As the Southern Farm Magazine ,,our grandfathers when the fashionable ( 27, 1904, which appeared In the \ Let us have more of this sort of '

:. The Savannal Morning- ;News says and the other taste lands proposedto 'Says, the project has much merit in (Sunday walk was. In Broadway In the ,;Miami Metropolis! had any present In- !work In Miami. It will look better.. '
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that the toting "i'f pistols In the south be Improved. :i fact It seems to be one both plausible i neighborhood of Trinity church and {ention of returning to Ocala. or the feel better, and bv bottor Let us devote :

's does more injury to this section than Governor Broward has this in his land possible and if :Mr. Schneider can when the equipages< of the elect could Twentieth Senatorial tnmct., M reside more attention to houses!, yards .

anything else; as it has a tendency to favor, that he has thoroughly Inspected In this way supply the east coast with be seen as far south as the Battery." i It Id obvlons from bIll lei'T- lawns and streets, to trees and shrub

make people 11' -would come here 1 this" famous region; he has traversed j vegetables why can't the general market I' Poke bonnets and hoopsklrts! Did 'mony before the committee that his ,bet and grass and flowers. The gospel -

suspicious of tit!1Je fellows. ,This may i the rivers that flow from and be supplied as well? Certainly If you ever' Fashion, like history, repeats rr<*turn there to reside has been depend of beauty is too vlorn preached

be true but so far as the pistol "totr Into It; he has studied the natural one Is possible, the other is also. Vegetables { itself. Let us be calm Nor let lent upon the happening of contingencies -IIt should be taught in the schools and 'I

ing" habit gobs there -are probablymore conditions and the obstacles that have thus grown and at a season i us be surprised If the Grecian Bend which were necessary to create an ''homes-everywhere, .where man 'rj|
I
guns carded In the north than',I to be overcome and in his message !when. the market la bare would have a and Dolly Warden nightmare!: also re- Mention to either leave :Miami or return sides. ;4

in the South. "Bat" Masterson the famous he submits a plan based on an actual great commercial value and there Is I,turn. It Is time for man to return to JO Ocala. and unless such contingencies 'I ,

>, Western terror to evil doers, knowledge of the conditions and sur little doubt but that they could be rais- [knee breeches snuff boxes and po... '' should arise there could never Three Murderers to Hang.

who was recen ly made deputy United. roundings. ed to great profit and advantage. Mr. I dered wigs. be an Intention to return to Ocala or Decatur. Ala.. May 6. Will Jackson 4
States marshal n New York says that Therefore the Governor has the ben- Schneider's plan may solve the present to leave :Miami An Intention to return was found guilty this morning of ;.

,, ; store weapons are carried there ao efit of any doubt that may exist' as to difficulty of successful truck growing Hobson Is Engaged. dependent upon a future contingency killing policeman Steele Jut weekend. ;J 1

carding to' the lopulaUon than in any the feasibility of the scheme and what in the winter months and the time Birmingham Ala., May 6 The for Its existence is not a pres- was sentenced to death. lie with the \

place in the to intry. This being the he has to offer on the subject may be be not far distant when Deans.cabbage. News' this afternoon will announce ent or existing Intention, and It re- negroes. Smith and Collin., found;
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case and Masttrson is a capable Judge taken as authoritative. Celery: lettuce, watennewns .cantaloupes the engagement of Miss Hall, aughter sults that the contestee was living at guilty of killing Miss Bloodworth. wTfl ',

: .. 'Why should ,Northerners fear the people Why not let Florida have the benefit and other spring and summer of George Hull, of Tuxedo Patk.'.\. T, Miami with the Intention of remaininghere be hanged June 16. The g01'enor.'l

ot the BouthT Their aim might be of the doubt? St. Augustine Record. vegetables be on the market In the to Richmond Pearson Hobson. The [ unless and until something should be eked to grant. that they be JlGaI.-b

little mere certain, but that's alL I I Governor Broward Is evidently sln- dead of winter. marriage will take place May 25. 'occur which would create an intention ly executed. :::

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It ST. LOUIS LAUNCHED.Crack 'DEATH AND DESTRUCTION STRIKE EXTENDS. OQtt

,HE DADE COUNTY CAUSED BY TORNADO "

STATE BANK. American Cruiser Took Water And Shortage of Bread Prevails In [ Contractors and Property Owners '

at Philadelphia Saturday. Marquette, Kan. May 9.-Many persons Chicago. Both Sides Active.

were killed and a score or more If don't
you want to SAVE MONEY
6.-The new cruiser njured.and part of the resident portion Chicago, May 9. The shortage of a
Twelve years ago Monday, on Mon Philadelphia May > we can't help you. If you do co-.1e to
St. Louis was launched today from of the town demolished by a tornado flour to the bakeries and grocerieswas

da. May 1st. 18S3, the bade County the Neafle & Levy ship yards Miss at mci.rb; last nlgnL threatened today by a fresh ex- The J. A. McDonald

State Bank first opened]]1U doors to Gladys Bryan Smith daughter of Jes. The Swedish Lutheran and Methodist tension of the strike. The result will Co.

the public in It* own building on the E. Smith of St. Louis performed the churches and the opera house be a shortage of 15,000 barrels this AND BUY YOUR R {

east side of the lake at f Palm Beach. christening ceremony. Not a hitch block were wrecked, and dozens of residences week unless assistance comes from the 1 t

the came building that Us now next occurred in the proceedings and the raised from the ground. Employers' Association. Long Leaf Yellow Pine '

St. Louis gracefully moved down thelIOa Aid has been asked from other While the strike today is assuming
r; west of the bank'i present quartersIn
>'s and into the Delaware as' a bottle nearby towns and physicians have a more thaatenlng attitude the Employers Framing at $16 per M.

this city. of champagne was broken by Miss been sent from Selina and other rites. Teaming Company Is becomIng -

The first deposit to be; made over Smith on the vessel's bow. Increasingly aggres lve. Eight Boards same price. We'also sell Lime Brick [h kinds].

; 'the counter of the new bunk was one The keel of the St Louis was laid Later Twenty,four persons were hundred teams were sent out tins Cement. Sash Doors MouldingS, and whatever else a .

of $ O.OO. made by Mra.|,Kate B,Par- In 1902. She is a protected cruiser, killed in the storm and thlrty-fi-e In- morning and the company promises builder;requires at lowest possible figure.

and with the exception of her sister Reports from the surrounding to furnish teamsters in the place of !
1.i kin. After that money came In last
It. ships the Charleston and the Milwaukee country show that the destruction ol all who quit.

: ,so that at the close of the first day's she is the largest vessel of her life and property was widespread, and The delivery of retail goods has extended I Yon Know Where We Arefl -- 14th Street Miami Fla.

business $10.028.38 was fthe amountdpostted class In the n8\'). Her length is 421 the list of dead and wounded U grow. and the number of deputy sher-

and no checks had been feet; extreme breadth, 66 feet; mean : Ing constantly. lib and police increased. QOQQQQQQQQQQ
4, drawn against any of it! draught 22.6 feet: displacement, 9,700us. '

This was the first bank: in Dade She Is designed to maintain a I' JEWS ATTACKED BY CHRISTIANSSt. NOTICE.

county and was organlzedJ4n: the latter maximum sea speed of twentytwoknots F. W. HAHN, ;

part of January. JS93, with Dr. J.H.
with Indicated horse-
i 21,000 Petersburg :May 9. The report Department of the Interior, Land Of-
Brelsford president w| H. Parkin Architect
a ; and Builder'i
ll power. circulated last night that there had fice at Gainesville, Fla, April 31905.

Tice-presldent; George Branning The St. Louis will carry fourteen 6- been a massacre of Jews at SenitomI Notice Is hereby given that the following

cashier and E. N. Dlmlck; E. M.Brela- Inch and eighteen 3-lncfa rapid-fire lu Southwestern Russia has been confirmed named settler has filed notice I now have in my employ one of the best

I ford W. M. Brown. Jail. Pritchard fourpounder automatics, eight draftsman in the South and am better '
guns by dispatch today which says of his Intention to make final proof In '
y W. H Parkin and U. D. Hendrickson rapid-Ore four 4-inch prepared than ever for furnishing! plaAl.l' .
1-pounder guns
that rioting began there Sunday and
support of his claim, and that said
directors. At a meeting !of the directors field pieces and ten 3-calibre machine and details tor good buildings, fine cabinet
continued forty-eight hours. The proof will oe made before John B. work, etc. I am now headquarters ';
In April. Dr J. H. Brelsford re
signed an4 guns, eight of which will be automatic. Christians fell upon the Jews who Rellly. U. S. Commissioner at Miami for turned work scroll sawing and all ,
the'pre.ldency E. N. DIm-
She will have forty officers and were armed and fought back. work done in t
Fla
on May 12, 1905, viz.: WilliamJ. usually a FIRST CLASS
'tr. Sck.-as elected to that office. about 635 The cruiser Is now '
men. milL
planing
l'. Krome of Homestead Fla, homestead -

There .were a few checks drawn on bout 75 per cent completed. To Prevent Juncture. :t:991. for the s 1.% of sw' 1.... sw Send me your order for doors and window J
: the bank the second day and over
4; Paris, May 9. An order has been 1-4 of se 1-4, section C, township 57 frames ballusters
; $10,000 deposits reoehei Business MORAN-FROHOCK. brackets, etc]
,sent the civil and: naval authorities south, 39 east and 1-4 of
range se se I
tic kept up good and by tha,end of the and be convinced MIAMI FLA
) In French Indo-China not to permit a 1-4 of section 1, township 57 south ,
;r first month there had bon over $75.x .-
; Wedding of a Popular Couple at Lemon juncture within French waters of the range 38 east.
000 received as .1s
deposits,r Russian naval forces under Admirals
He the
names following witnesses
City Saturday NightSaturday
't( Work on the Royal Poinciana Hotel
RoJestvensky and Nebegatoff. Admiral to his continuous residence
prove +
began In May 1893 and the** was so '
; Jonqueries. the French naval com- upon and cultivation of said land, viz.:

much trouble In getting "currency to night at the residence of ;mander, has been ordered to see that Charles Gossman of Black Point. I WHALER// .
pay the workmen by June that Mr.
the bride's brother; Mr. D. W. Mor- ,Admiral Rojestvensky observes hU Fla. .y
Flagler called a meeting fcf his deputies -
In Jacksonville for Consultation. an at Lemon City; Miss Lizzie Lou ,promise to leave French waters with L. R. Nixon, of Black Point Fla. =.yf.yr"

'
: :At this meeting J. AJJcDqnald. one of Moran was united In marriage to John his fleet .. William Anderson oNBlack Point !

the contractors engaged tin building Frohock; sheriff of Dade county; by i ii i Fla.D. Everyone who buys a
Russians at Kamranh Bay. C. Brown, of Perrine Fla.
.e the Royal Poinciana&, was present and the Rev. Fred Pasco. J. H. Cheathamwas
I Hong Kong, May 9. The German W. G.
: lie stated that he could the Robinson
get currency
Diamond
best man and Miss Mitchell was steamer Nenmuhlen arrived here today Register. of us feels
from the Dade County State
bridesmaid. from Colombo and reports having .
Bank U they could not get it anyjrhere -
The wedding had been kept quiet; only sighted forty-five vessels, of which NOTICE. .
else. | twenty were warships In the viclntyf that he orshe has secured a good K
This was ,during the worst of the a few being next to the fact that ire intend ,
Kamranh Bay.EightyFive. Notice Is hereby given that the City bargain that every ,
:pant In June 1893, when currency the popular sheriff was to become a I shall that
one feel
Council the City of Miami win apply way. Every
s Was,wortb..from C to 15 !per cent In benedict; though It had often been e
Horses Burned. to the Legislature of the State of Florida gem tee sell must be right in auali-
... New ,York city and at this very time wondered why he remained single so
: Nashville, May S. Fire here early at the session beginning April 4th. ty, color, cut and price. We hate .
this bank was carrying a special loan ong. Immediately after the ceremony
today burned to death eighty-five fine 1905. for the of a special Act
.fat,Wall street of $50,009,on vheaLand Mr. -and Mrs. Frohock were drivento passage some nice ones to show you : : : : :
coach horses belonging to J. Couch ft granting a Charter to the City of Mi
l'carried It for two months As It wart the city and to the residence erect [
Sons Importers. The loss Is estimated ami. Said Act to contain provisions
.almost Impossible to get, currency ed some months ago by the groom on
'1( at 12000. creating and establishing the Municipality
..from any northern. or other banks, Eighth street; wwere they will make
of the City of Miami; providing
Mr. McDonalld was told Jo to ahead their home.
Big Railroad Project I for the election of officers, and prescribing l' The jeweler.I
4l';with 'the work and get the currency 'The bride Is a daughter of the lateA. :
..New York, May 9. According to their powers and duties; prescribing
: ,from this bank and he did J so and for A. Moran; of Orange City; and a '
three the Herald the directors of the Colorado and limiting the powers of
/ some months the Dade County young lady very popular with a large .
Southern Railroad Co.,have adopted the City Council; granting right to Impose -
if.?,State Bank furnished the currency to lost of friends who wish for her and ,
,: measures to carry out the program panaltles for offenses against the
meet all pay rolls with the exception the groom many years of happinessand
of making the road a through line to City Ordinances; prescribing methodsfor
f dot two which. Mr. McDonald paid by prosperity.New. Wilson &
checks. j jThis t the gulf. the assessment and collection of Fly .

have decided to Incorporate the
.10 They revenue; providing-for a Municipal
bank continued doing a good Brick Block.
road In another State and to ask the Court; granting the right to issue DIALERS IV .
'business, and after this torn was,well
stockholders, to authorize a $100,000.- City Bonds In excess of S per cent of
&: ,under way they opened a branch here The Miami Contracting Co. has broken -
000 bond line at the meeting to b% the valuation of real and personal Staple Groceries Fruits
A and finally put up the good building
for the erection of two
ground a .
held In June 5.Kuropatkin .
that Is now their present quarters Denver property within the City limits limits; ,

,
story brick block on the south side
of Bond
providing for the election
x and .ever since then have made ItS
of Thirteenth suet between Avenue ReturnsSL their TOBACCOS -
'' Trustees, and prescribing powers
'their permanent and only home. I
C and D. The block will be 25 x 73 and duties.
Palm Beach New.l .. r CIGARS
Time changes all thing*,. and while |feet In size and will contain one large Petersburg, May 6. The rumorof By order of the City Council of the AND

+ storeroom on the first floor and four the approaching return of General
of Miami.
., BO material changes have-occurred In I City Avenue D and 14th St, MIAMI FLA.
I!office suites on the second. It win Kuropatkin from the front has. been 11. R. RELLUM. .
.tie directorship of the Dade County .lJ&IHI-I to r.
have a stone froht and will be both a confirmed and It Is said that General City Clerk.
State :Bank a number of she original |
substantial and attractive structure.It Zaroubaleft. commanding the Fourth
directors of this bank have become !
1 i M.I I Is also said that this company will East Siberian Corps will succeed him. NOTICE.In .
connected with other banks. W.
erect four or five more brick blocks health Is the Immediate .
president Falling cause
Brown,, for Instance Is now- I IL We Want
Grower
of both the Fort Dallas National Bank during the coming summer though it of General Karopatkin's return to Russia. Court of County Judge, State of Every

is not ready at present to announce Florida Dade County
and Bank of Bay Biscayne, this city
the locations or dimensions of the In[ re Estate of Charles B. Crockett, Jr.
} two of the strongest financial> Institutions -
l inlldlngs. Emil Stenzel Dead. To all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR.BOOKS.. ,
; In the,State. E. :M.Brelsford is I
? Berlin May 5. Professor Emil tees and all persons having claims
i! likewise a bank president, and holds
SENATOR C. M. BROWN HOME. Stenzel. husband and teacher of Mer- or demands against said estate: .
L' that position and honor wth the First Florida Vef'tahl..A. complete manual of Florida a
E cella Embrlch the singer died here You and each of you are hereby notified cps.
:National Bank, another MJaml InstltuV "
| Florida Orarces. -Of special Interest to orange grows
> don that classes with the best. Mr. Speaks Well of the Senate and the today as the result of an operation.A and required to present any "Florida Strawberries. Booklet on "Soil Varieties Cultlvstlom o4Fertilisation.
and demands which
claims or
.Jas. Pritchard Is president of a bank Treatment Accorded Him. you ."
1' contemporary says It regrets exceedingly either of have against the I
;run may
,la Tit usvUle that Is noted: or Its solidity -
that Nan Patterson was ever estate of Charles B. Crockett. Jr, deceased Irish Potatoes.A Booklet on "Son. Seed Planting and Cultivation; ti<.. r

o?. and large patronage. Former.Senator C. 1[. Brown returned born. No doubt Nan has expressedthe late of Dade county Florida, I of Fertilizers, Digging and ShIp plq.-

-* I Pineapple 'ertnulnr.or special terest to pineapple
fI home last nigh from Tallahassee, same regretCONTEST to the undersigned administratrix of growers. .
BRITT WON CHAMP SHIP Ideal Fertilizer*."-Book showing all our different
brands analyses: ;prtees, i ietc.
OS 1 '- where he served one day over half of said estate within two years from the I r

?jSan Francisco May '6 JImmie the term Senator from the 20th NOTICE. date hereof.
as Nsw and Editions of the abort
Revised Just
Department of the Interior. Dated :March 16, A. D. 1905. I published,sent free for the! "V-g
|h ii Britt, of America, won tin lightweight district embracing the counties of

";.. last pugilistic'night championship by defeating Jabez of the White world, Marion and Sumter the State Senate Gainesville.United States Fla.Land, April Office 17.1905. 9-in Agnes. :MacG.u Administratrix.Crockett. WILSON &: TOOA1ER' FERTILIZER COMPANY

and will now devote .his entire A sufficient contest affidavit hating ,
,Of. England. | JACKONVILLE Fla.
time to his large business Interests been filed in this office by Bird Fitzpat- .
,= 'At 'the close of he twentieth round, NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.All
here. rick contestant against homestead entry -
with but twenty left, Britt
IK'COnds(1 In speaking of the progress ot/the No. :32,564.: made June 22. 1903 Chasearaey, Agents, ,

'fi hooked a left,to the jaw[\find; the foreigner SenateMonday mornlng.JIr.Brown said for nw 1-4 of Section 1. Township 57, persons concerned will take notice a.n1.. Fla..

went'to the floor for eight sec that six months after date I will BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON
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''Ie that the body was keeping well up south Range 38 E., by Charles A. Gunter BRADFORD :
; t. onds. He got np powerless to defend final accounts and vouch-I Cutler Little Rher.
with Ita work and hot very llttla frtr- .. contentee... In, which it Is alleeed present my ,
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'r himself and the referee jjto save the executrix of the estate of JohnJ. 5
I era as
tlon or division has occurred so far that Gunter has wholy. abandoned said .J.
__ plucky EnrlIshman'ho showed great Hayden late of Dade County deceased -
; on all Important bills and measures.He tract for a period of more than a year
;.$ gameness from needless punishment, to the County Judge of said Miami Bottling Works ;
has nothing but the kindest words last past his abandonment not being
., topped the bout and awarded the decision county and pray for my final dischargeas
for the treatment accorded him both due to employment in the Army or
tR to Britt | executrix of said estate.FLORENCE WALL & DICKINSON
as a member of the Senate and by Navy In time of war said parties are Props. y
WhIte took hisdefeat manfully and : P. HADEN
I the committee Investigating the contest hereby notified to appear, respond and
admitted that he had been defeated by Executrix Estate of J. J. Hadcn. De lth Street,Sear: R. R., Miami Fla O
between himself and Dr. Baskin, offer evidence touching said allegationat
_ a better man than hlmsfAGRICULTURAL ceased.
who succeeded him. 10 o'clock a. m, on June 10. 1905be- Manufacturers of
January IS. 1905. l14m
"' fore Jno. B. Rellly. United States Commissioner k

EDUCATION. Six carloads of granite for the Jet- at Miami Fla, and that All Knds of
You can never tell what Carnegie
iJ ties passed through here yesterday en final hearing will be held at. 11 o'clocka.
Wilson and Department might have said about a coachman
Sought by Secretary .. route to the Magic City. This Is the m., on July 10, 1905 before the
If his Soft Drinks
marrying a millionaire's niece t '
of Agriculture. first Installment of a tremendous mask Register and Receiver at the United lS
opinion had been asked before it was T
of rock which will pass this city, for States Land, office In Galnesville.Fla. .
too late. Prompt Attention to An Orders Out-of-Tcwm Orders BoUel} 4.
Chicago May 10. SecretaryTO..n the same destination and U, be used The said contestant having. In a

,eon and a representative of the Department for the same purpose. Five hundred proper affidavit filed March 22, 1905 '

of Agriculture||who are tu' carloads of this material has been get forth facts which show that after I, -- AJ I 'DYSPEPSIA COREl

,h tour' the' Southwest and! Inspect the. purchased and the cars have been engaged due diligence personal service of this

Ss' condition of agricultural Development, to transport It to Miami. From notice can not be n'adeIt is hereby
DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
left here today by special train now until the entire amount is shipped rdered and directed that such noticebe 0
O ,.. SI.03b..Lostrs34emntt.ts1ar4... hIa .YkNeda
The campaign of education. will tgin ,.-many carloads will roll by dally. Ml given by due and proper pnblica r' 'taPA,,3 o.\.. AT Tea LAKUTWT" Of I

., at Little Rock and w U be contln- ami has been expecting the rock fora tion. I:. C. XfeWXTT & COMPANY. Cuxc,& o, flL 'Jti

Led at various places In Kansas, Oklahoma week or more. St. Augustine Record 5-5to5-26 W. G. Robinson Register.

.. .( and the neighbor' ng StatfS- i Henry S. Chubb, Receiver. Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar .JJ.

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on all our wash: wits, wash skirts, wool and ilk ..'!'c irt new and nuLl,)" in styl... Now is the }time tot 'J
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i The new residence of Wm. Erick-: Nothing has been heard from the OOOOOOCXXOOOOOOCX5OOOOOOOOO i ROOSEVELT IN CHICAGO. COTTON MANUFACTURERS MEET.. II

TOWN TOPICS.( ,! i of the most magnificently finlst: 1 Three Friends and wrecking barge I President Being Royally Entertained Distinguished Gathering Assembled inKnoxvlle

residences in the city or this part .' Salver, Tuesday morning and it Is i uOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWarranty in the Windy City. ,!enn., Today.

i the State. The E'ntire'Intel'1ur j I'considered that they are meeting with\ tied Francis Llarzenbak- I
A deed taa tfren: file for record | finished! in Florida mahogany and success or else they would have sent :er and wife to Christian N. IVicrsen j Chicago;: May 1>>. With three 1IPp.![ Knoxville Tcnn., May 10. It was a

conveying; from T. Sulzner et .al to '"l curly pine, whi<'h gives\ it a Laua here for div in? outfits sent fruit Jack. for $:,( '0, lots I and 5, block': a4, Mi .illatinguUhed gathering that faced
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I 3Iiss Sallie Sulz: er the Sulzner house ful and substantial appearanci ;D\.me and telegrams awaiting their ami. I Presi-dent : :President R. S. Ralnhardt, of Nsytll

' and lot: on St. eorge street adjoin- f master. : Warranty I'tvil, J. W. Sanders' and ,for a strenuous time of It on nla arJ Carolina when he called to order at 10

lx Ins the Goodricl property. St. Au- I Contractor Fred flutter, who Itcgan wife to1.. 1'. Grulifr! for $1 U.'O and J rival in Chicago! : today. >o'clock. this morning the ninth annual

gustine Record Mr. Sulzner and I work Monday morning I.rep..rlng a'' I'ostofSce! inspector lake Jones valuable eontkraeons! I 1 I.'s :2n, :21.22! : : j The .Merchants' Club had the first In. :jcontetlon of the American Cotton an.44-.!

r family are resid! its of Miami. I ba.-,'!iall ground and diamond on th"Krouixi with( headquarters in Jacksonville Is ,,:2.5! and 24. block 117. I.mMn. 'fining and a commit-- from that orsan \Jacturerll'lIMIclation.. The atten .a t

r lying between Twelfth and expected in the city any day I.HAfor Warranty ,ileiPort: Dal'] 's Land !izatlon met the' presidential, special at auce numbered several hundred an P

Information fr m Chicago I s tint ( Tliirit'>nth streets and Avenues O ine purpose of going. over aud exam: I:Co. to Fred Seitter ar 1 others for ;I the Northwestern station at noon ana Included representative cotton man .It' ,

t S. O. FlU!!, wl 0 went there some and E. has I'practical rtlmpl<-H I the ,:-i.ing the proposed routes for rural $,CT3.; fast 2: feet of lot I. ulotlc 123, j promptly took the distinguished great facturrrs of the New Enc'an-l sectk t

k few weeks ago 1terinff r the purpose of "en-' same. The ground! us a wbhas (rt>delivery, petitions for which havebion :Miami.Warranty. |hinder i its wing. From the station the..as well as those of the Carolina Get ,k
c hoeplta for an operation is I President( was escorted to the Auditor- sia and other Sjuthern States T ,.t-
a been put in b"tti condiiion than ever favorably received and acted up. deo.l.V.. M Burdine! to I'j :
Improvingrtowl He will probably h..f"re. aud today, be is eng! ;,'d In I on by the t.osloIDce department ;i Georgia \\'. Johnntor. r"i' SJ.OO and l ,I turn .Annex where there was' a luncheon English cotton trade was represent "t

not return to M iml until late In the shaping: the diamond and covc-1n5 itwith While hers Mr. Jones will also re- other consM'Tjfions, !fats 's and 12:!, in In the banquet room, at which 150; ,by J. W. Na smith, of Manchester w ..;

summer or early fall mango bark, and by tomorrow or district the city delivery mall routes I block 9, It",U>iii 6. Crali.iM; and Chilling ;persons Including the representative i laill address; the convention at t

4 Saturday, he boys can begin the use and change them from parallel to I or'h's ,sub-dl1 I4ii.ii.AW.ruuty :business men of Chicago were present. (special Invitation of the Amen:
Elizabetl Cromartie, died at The ifamilton Club had President .\IIIOdatlon.I .
Mrs. of it.On. across town routes. deed II Price-Willlams! rae ,
her home at Le ion City Wednesday i and wife! to S. M. Grlln.... for $2,500 'for its guest this afternoon. Two The forenoon was devote to the

afternoon at 5 0 lock, after an illness account of Cuban Independence County Clerk E. C. Dearborn, accompanied wcnty-flve acre in .section 3, tp. thousand Invited guests met the dlstin- I formalities attending the owning. After .

of some time The funeral was held Day, May 19 and 20, the P. & O. S. S. by his daughtcrMlss:: Dora, al, south range '41 east. !gulshed visitor at a reception given at prayer hail been delivered by Rer.C. .

yesterday afternjon at :2:30. Rev. Line has inauguarted excursion rates will leave about the first of next I II I Commissioners and receivers deed ,;the clubhouse from t:30 to 4 o'clock. B. Oluistead, the visitors were wel

t E. P. Eubank!, officiating and the Interment from Miami. Key West and Port Tampa month for an extended vacation In ,J. B. Reilly. coninilsioner, and H. E. This evening the President is to be corned by Governor Cox. Mayor Gas,'

'I being ii' the Miami cemeteryby for the benefit of those who desire the north and west They will go I I Tuttle, receiver, to .S. L. Patterson, !the guest of honor at a banquet of thjlroquois and William B. Lockett. chairman of
Undertaker IV. F. Miller. of the and attend for 20 lots Club, the leading Democratic the chamber of commerce. The rev '
to take advantage trip first to Virginia for a short stay:and ${ 3, 4. 5. 6, 15, 16; 17 and
the festivities. The rate from 18; block 48llamL organization in the West. The Prep spouse was embodied In the annual address
will then
to
proceed Kentucky,1I'hererelatiTes
-1 ,Mr. and Mrs John Burdlne were Miami for tbe round trip, including and friends, whom Mr.Dear- (Warranty deed J. T. Frow and wifeto 'ident's departure for Washington Is of President Ralnhardt. who
passengers out yesterday on James for (scheduled for midnight spoke at considerable length, on the
going meals, has been placed at S20.40.flrst- born has not seen for ten years or Thompson $25.00, lots 3
the steamer Miami for Key West. The and will 4 outlook of the cotton Industry and the ',
H class and $12.00 second class more will.be visited Their stay and block 26 subdivision of Frow's
? object of the visit Is to attend the sale be on sale from today May 9 to :21st! there will be more extended and later Homestead. THE CROP SUMMARY. various problems confronting the maaufactnrers. -

of silk and other valuable cloth saved Inclusive, and are good to return as In the summer they will visit Chi Warranty deed, Uriah E. Terwllllg- .
wrecked'atetimer Alicia and
from the late as the 29th Inst cago and other Western cities and er and wife to Julius Smith for $950, Conditions Existing Throughout Florida The same subjects were treated this
which will be disposed of there at nn- will return home the latter part of lot I, block 17, Miami. the Past WMk. afternoon In papers presented by lead: 'l

derwriters' sal4Information! I The eighteen new fire hydrants September. Warranty deed.Bridget Reilly to JulIus lag members of the association Th

ordered some time ago by the city Smith for $1.00 and other considerations The week was favorable for crops convention expects to conclude Its business -' l!

received from lower for erection In that territory lying lot !!, block 11, Miami. over the greater portion of the State tomorrow morning. The larg '.
Cot J. Frank Budd head of the J.
Chas. F. ,
is that Mr.
lietacumble Key north of and embracing Sixth street Warranty deed Mary Brickell and (being warm, with moderate showers and representative attendance and tie
fisher- Frank Budd Shoe Co.. of Burlington,
XsethinK. he expert tarpon husband to Julius Smith for $500 and Interesting combine to glv. F.
have arrived, and are now being put and in some locally heavy rains. Pre- program
N.J. firm that the
the the supplies shoe" !
coast
man. who, went jto the lower "silver in position and service by the water If the public supplies the bableswho other considerations, lots 3, 4, 18, 19 jcipltation was rather excessive over a promise of the most Important gather!
a last part of April after the works officials.. One of these hydrantswas and 21, and lots 12; 13; 14; 15; 16; portion of the western district and Ing ever held by the association.
lilready succeeded In with his niece has been In the city
Jancnng'h'ehe'beauties, has Of the monstersLast also erected at the corner of i for several days left last night for 20 and 21! block 10, south of the city some light damage; resulted to crops' .

aething game caught twen- Avenue D and Twelfth street in the i his northern home. During his stay of Miami. on low lands. More rain would be SUNDAY BASEBALL i.
season'Mr defective hydrant Warranty deed A. B. Cutler et ux beneficial the south
place of the old and over extreme portion
Col. Budd several
here purchased
Sfish and he came here I
these I
ty-five of nuisance and to Tropical Home Improvement Co. for and small of the
been
that has a over a area cen-
determination to pieces of valuable real estate and will fatted the House Yesterday by a Vote ..J
this season with the menace to the city for several years.A I(1$1::>. south 13$ feet of lot 12, block tral district.
that make his headquarters in Miami dur of 45 to 9,
break rectrd.i 54 Miami. Cotton is advancing and the r.
ft ing the season in the future. He also 1 101l'DS nicely
Warranty deed, Amos B. Cutler et stand Is good. Some late
generally
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T it Vf. McConro, accompanied large force of men were startedto valuable property at Fort Pierce i f The bill dividing Brevard county
.Lleutenant ux to Tropical Home Improvement is to Corn Is
'rerosln Miss Margaret work today by Mr. Daniels, one of i and other places on the tout, but 111'' planting yet germinate. passed the House of RepresentativesWednesday
by his Co., for $125.00 south 138 feet of lot
forward and Is Citrus
T Ph4 expects to leave tomorrow the recent purchasers of the site lying -]I more favorably Impressed with Miami pushing promising. by a Tote of 47 to 10. There \\
McComb !nn 15, block 54, Miami.
trees making good growth but
xtended vacation and on the north side of Twelfth St. : than any place he has yetvis- are was no discussion of It when on Its' -;{pro
on an Warranty deed. J. W. Jones to H. "(
the indications that there will bea
between Avenues C and D, and on the State this section. I are
of the country. ited in or third reading and it had smooth
-1 visit In different parts Campbell for $90 ten acres in section of
light crop oranges. The pineapplecrop
Jacksonville which they will erect a modern three ing. ;
will attend
At Mr. McComb I 35, tp. 43, south range 42 east. will be short.
a l the military convention, and will story business block and hoteL The The tomato shipments and crops Letters patent. State of Florida to A memorial was passed by the House ;1

then go to Greenville, S. C.. where men are now excavating for the foun- are now on the rapid decline'and It C. M. Brown, Joseph K. Dora, M. V. asking that Congress build a new bat s,
I dation and the building will be pushed Mrs. Chas. Blrkner has sold her tleship and name It "Florida.
he 11'111'lJlt for Rome time before goIng was stated today by a prominent com- Brown C. P. Norton and Vernon Price- ,
ahead as rapidly u possible. J. R. commodious and comfortable residence A bill' was Introduced prohibiting
elsewhere. J He will not return to mission merchant that the output this Williams; Incorporators of the Miami {I
Miami before September. Marshall, of Jacksonville, will do the week will not be more than onequarter at No. :214! Fourteenth streetto bull fighting, doc fighting and chicken '1
ct I Investment Co., with a capital of $25- {
I constructing.Mr. i I that of last week.! This same ,000. Mr. E. L. Robinson who will occupy fighting. i\

that the It as soon as Mrs. Blrknercan The bill prohibiting Sunday baseball f
;; G. Duncan E iJTst-ier. formerly of this merchant figures entire crop Warranty deed, R. L. Cochran and
city but now of!Miami was among the H. A. Brown and wife, of Ro- of the present season will go between Harry McCown to S. M. Tatum for $5 vacate. Mrs. Blrkner has resided passed the House by 45 to 9. Bnck )

tit visitors to the|Advertiser this week. chester, :Minn., left Wednesday for one-thlrd'and one-half that of last sea and other considerations, lots 1, 2, i, here several years but in disposing of man. Melton and Roberta tried hard '

, If r. Brassier Is Vepreseting, the Metropolis home, after having spent the winterat son. Those who put In crops Immediately 4. 5, S, 1, and 8; block 68, Miami her home she Is doing so for the to amend the bill so u not to applyto ...
of the Magic City and has been the home of their son, R. W. Brown after the freeze have made Warranty deed Georgia A. Potter to purpose of leaving Miami and makingher large cities and failed. Melton delivered

sent here to write up this city. In located on the well known Klngsley money as the prices have remained Wm. O. Percival for $100 and other future home in Havana where a characteristic speech, which 4s

: conversation. hi stated that the office farm at Larklns. Mrs. R. W. Brown above the average all season. By consideration one hundred, fifty-one Mr. Blrkner! Is permanently located. received generous applause, on his lr

at Miami has been receiving a number and Master Winford, accompanied next week the last of the crop will She will not move there, however, amendment making the act to take effect '
acres in section 19, tp 54. south rang
Inquiries. about Key West. BO the them and will spend the summer In have been marketed and then will 41 east. I I until fall but will spend the summer in July. 190. About twenty

' management detlded to get up a spec- Minnesota. All will return early come the Idle or resting time for the Warranty deed, Bernice S. Potter to with her mother Mrs., H. M. Scott amendments were offered bat* everyone
ial Illustrated edition of Key West enough to have another tussle l with summer. I I I In New York City. was defeated.
i1: W. O. Percival for $100 and other considerations a..
alone. Key Yfert Advertiser. the raising of crops next winter, baying -
forty-one acres In sec.
left instructions to have the seed n'I'tp.
ve Asbrown as a berry and showingthe S.. south range 41 east.
The British!, schooner Hattie Darling beds -in readiness when th"y return.J benefits of rest and recreation. Warranty deed Henry S. Potter tow |
Do You Need Some of These?
Capt. Thompson, which has been Postmaster H. C. Budge, who with O. Percival for $100 and other considerations -

.la port the pat three weeks or more, Redeeth Finder, aged 40 years, I his family, Is spending month's vacation forty acres in sec. 29, tp. ,
,a ailed Wednesday far- VBRHAII with A Bled Wednesday nf Infprmltent fever.. at Soldier Key was in the city S.. south range 41 east We carry a large line of useful articles, but will only name a few
,heavy lbt.r; | The Darling;; also car after an illness of several' days. Deceased I yesterday for a few hours, transact Warranty dE'l'd. Bernice Potter et at'I' to induce you to tome t.> KC us. We will then

reed back two negroes ordered deport. was a native of Key West but ing business and greeting friends.Mr. to W. O. Perclval 170 acres In sec. 29 show you the rest.

ed by the Immigration authorities, after ; with his family, moved to Miami four Budge is a strong believer in remaining tp. 54, south range 41 east: also one
t and has made his home Mason 1 quart fruit jars, dozen . . . . . .85 t
investigation of their guaBCa4. years ago, in the South in the summer hundred and twenty acres in section
an I ; Mason 1 quart wide mouth jars, tlons to become aliens. While here here ever since. A widow and two time .and the further south the better :50. tp. 54, south range 41 east { Globe 1 quart self Dealers, dozen, . . . .. . . 1.25
the schooner has been overhauled ana sons and two daughters survive turn. 1 instead of going to the northern Warranty deed J. W. Erlckson and 2 quart Arctic ice cream freezer-------------------------- 1.75 y

repainted and] now looka like a new The funeral was held Thursday resorts to sweat and melt, and says wife to John Oliver for $1 iO. lots 41' 3x6 Na"Hau straw mats. . . . . .'. . .. . ,35
1 vessel. from the residence Rev. W. E. Stanton I j that he has not spent an uncomfortable and 5, block 1. Erickson's addition to Galvanized tubs,50
rI officiating and the Interment being I' moment since going to the Key, :Miami. Gah'aniz.d1.ater, paris . . . . . . .20 '
In the Undertaker Flower Pot*. . . . :. . . . .\0
H. MJ Broadbent of the revenue made city cemetery by in fact the breeze has been at times deed Gus Blue and wifeto
Capt. j Warranty
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cutter Fi sward, accompanied by H. M. King. i almost too cool. He is having a great Lulu Baxter for $10.25:!:; lot 13, block Laces and embroideries! '.' . . .. . . .03''
his wile and .little son, left Tuesday 4 time however, and If It laid In his 4. south ulangonla.Indenture .

night for Pennsylvania on a three The local lodge of Elks held a very I power he would advocate and ...1" -e of deed R. H. Seymour, Yon know we ell for cash and cad

y weeks' visit to relatives and friends. important and Interesting meetingon the removal of the Miami postoMceI commissioner of property of S. J. Peters I afford to helclieai! as we have no bad debts

ltd Mrs. Broadbejat will probably remainIn Thursday. The lodge Is In a$our- I there forever and forever. deceived to W. J. Roe for $1,01)0, ----

.the north ail summer while the cap. sblng condition and new membersare I lots 11 and 12, block $3. Miami j I '
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tarn will rejo n the cutter here at the. being taken in at every meeting The regular annual-tea of the Ladies Warranty deed, J. W. Erickson and j I THE RACKET STORE

expiration his leave of absence. Last night applicants Chas. Lejenne. Aid Society of the First Baptist wife to Tropical Home ImprovementCo. I

During the ti ue Captain Broadbent Is L. A. Cooley, C.'H. Raulerson, Henry church was held at the church taut ., for $112.50, lot 12 and west half
I 1211 A\'C. P, MiamiThe place to save money"W.
away the For and will be in command'of Snider and Gus A. Muller, rode the I Thursday afternoon at three. This tea lot 13. block 6;. Frickt.on'8 Subdivision. I

First Lie enant T. J. Alnesworth. goat and became full horned Elks. ''is a regular custom of the society and Commission. State of Florida.to Edward

After the business of the meeting occurs on the first meeting in May.It A. Graham to be game wardenof H. CHAILLE & SON-Prop.

r'' K. B. Rau ?reo'n, of'Ft. Fierce, was had been finished an informal social Is an event looked forward to with Dade county for two years from i

in city Satur ay attending to business session with refreshments was Indulged much interest and enjoyment and that May 5. I
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. matters and mingling with his many in up to a late hour, of yesterday was no exception In fact I Deed, Martha A. Adams to Chas. W. I

friends. Mr Ranlerson is one .of ,it was one of the most popular occ.v Bingham.. for- $1.. certain lands acere--:- ,
Y Brejrard's moat influential and success- While practicing with the fire department -:!ions of the kind ever given by the :gating 74 acres lying between tps.


ful citizens,J[rand' during the last session I Tuesday night DeputySherIC; society. Besides almost a full !at. I 13 and 44, range 43 east. I Tomato Wrappers] I

of the Legislature was Brevard's Gore had the misfortune to drop his i tendance of members there were a Warranty deed, R. E. McDonald and

honored representative in that body. purse containing a number of legal]1 number of guests present, among !|i wife to Arch Sloan rI for $10 and other Don t wait till the tomatoes are

:Mr. Raulerson is very much Interested papers a'nnd $30 In money. Later h e i them being Mrs. Kirk Munroe, Mrs. ''considerations.I fof>y acres In section before
ripe orpering
In the county' division bill before discovered his loss and succeeded I n i'S.l Bobo Dean, Mrs. Quarterman, 'Mrs.; I 4, tp. 52, south range 42 east your pa- I

the legislature which if enacted will finding the purse and papersbut! wai* ;:Kolb Mrs. A. S. Tatum Rev. W. E. Warranty deed, Mary McDonald and per. We have THE BEST ,

# make two counties of Old Brevard. unable- find the money. Mr. Con ;iStanton, and Mr. James Rodger Mr. husband to Fred H. Mill's for $50.00

He is quite iangulne as to the result Is of the opinion that the money wai i ,Stanton delivered a short address In lot .McDonald's subdivision, Cocoanut I Manila Wrappers iI

ot this blllJaa the House committeeto blown away by the wind u the paper i i which he praised the work of the so Grove. I

whom It?wu referred this week were found scattered in every dlrec clety and thanked the ladies for thei Warranty deed to correct error, TUlle made and our prices are right. Order now

passed it unanimously.. Mr. Rauler tlon. The money he had collected ot [honor of being present Refreshments Hatchett to Emma C. Beck for $10 .-

son Is a:brother to our townsman andCounty fines, etc, and he will now haTe'<) '' were served and the afternoon undivided half Interest In lot 6. block :
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s Treasurer C., H. Ranlerson. make It good. passed off most pleasantly 122, Miami CO._: I

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Reprel't'ntatI"eIng., of Dade county | A suit in assumpsit damages $:oO, I CI1't. Mere Bravo retnrnwl Friday' 8

has introduced; a bill in the lower was ('nl'r.-U in iho 001117' court on '!'morning front :Mobile and other plac \
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house of the Leg slature against duo !i Friday toy M. 1) Wrfoe, attorney for 'cs here It Is saId he went to onigase and are still enjoying pleasant relations with the oat

playing of Sunday baseball In Florida.WantedJapanese tJ. K. Porn \s. IF.. Well) R. \\.. : liarct:: IIgh' 'rJ<, etc., for work In
R of town trade mainly because this class of trade
I Rhodes, gdrnUbvc( the construction of the extension of can depend on this

plum or loquat :She F. K, C. fly to Key Went though

eed. Wilson + 417 The Daily Metropolis! gives Its read- ;the ('nptaln"h(>n seen by a reporter i stare doing just what it advertises We have saved many buyer a

said that he could not give out information
real live local and telegraphicnews any
ers more
Miss Agnes RM'Hf', who has been vis- than any paper in the world in :, relative to his trip.I good miny dollars and this week we are going to contte the

lUng her aunt Mrij.M. Jones, and famral city as small as Miami. And all for i I '

fly for,the past sec > months returned the small sum of ten cents a week. I II B Tatum. Rev. E. V. Blackman GOODWORK ALREADY BEGUN BY THIS POPULAR TRADING PLACEEMBROIDERIES

to her home in Rome, Ga., Sunday and Prof. Rolfs, of the experimental .

night A suit In assumpsit and attachment i station, left Monday night for Jarkl<'lI.I ,

--4- damages $950.00! wai enteredIn I Ullle, where they will. attend the annual '

UM Bradley fertilisers for all crop the county court Friady morning l>yhe meeting of the State horticultural AND LACESWe
I
i. E. Lammus. Agsnl. East Coast Cattle Co. is. O. H. Society, which convened there ffiffiffit

Stllley. lL F. Atkinson is plaints this morning. :Mr. Blackman and Pr"r.j
'Mr.' Robert Sands, of this city, isnow attorney. Rolfs will both deliver addresses

connected wit the office of theSouthern read papers before the society. I have
at Jacksonville arranged a series of counters upon which will be found
Express Company --
( W.ntedl0 men In each State to *
, and will pcake that city his travel, tack signs and distribute samples Chas. B. Sanders, who was, in this '

future home.r' and circulars of our goods Salary city about three weeks ago visltlns 1111, i tit t ,u t 12, 20 and 25c articles of r embroidery and laces m vican't

175.00 pr month. $3.00 per day his brother, CoL James T. Sanders,
Aetna dynamite'; andLamms supplies for for expenses. Kuhlman Co., Dept 8, and sister, Mrs. W. S. Gramling. is

I sale lIT, ftBmratL. !t. Atlas building Chicago.The lying his home very In low Indlanola.with typhoid Cot fever Sanders ai at prices that are way down. If you can't come to Miami, writeus

L MrsAnna M-Elchelberger and daughter Fisher book received a telegram this morning what you want and we will send you best we have at the 'price A
new typewriter ordered *
have, given up their Thirteenth stating that the doctors gave little
some weeks ago for the county
street home and moved to Mrs. Elchel- hope of his
i clerk's office, has arrived. The new recovery.
berger's old home In Mississippi, where
machine is one of the most complete Burdine & QuartermanCorner
they win reside In ihe future.
made for book work tabulating, duplicating Considerable uneasiness is felt here

etc. relative to the launch Mildred, which,
Bradley1 ferttriieia an the belL
g_ left New York three weeks ago for
For sate by J. B. Lummns, MlamL Twelfth Street and Avenue C, Miami
t Mrs. James Prltchard. of Titusvllle, this port. The wife and three childrenof

Captain Jack Graham.. and family accompanied by' her grand daughter, the captain and owner of'the launchare I tNiIiL7I

little Miss Fannie Budge, Is in the city here, having preceded the boat
aboard his schooner Buccaneer is planning -
{ visiting her daughter Mrs. Frank T. and they have heard nothing from
: an extended at an early date ---
trip Budge and family. She will prolongher the husband and father since thw. .
to the Central An\!rican coast and
visit several weeks. launch started from New York. ;
may make a stop rf some time at _

Spanish Honduraa. ,
Cot J. W. Boyd, J. D. Girtman, W. Mrs. M. Ivina, and her granddaughter : .

E. Walton and F'. B. Stoneman were Miss Gertrude Ivlns, who have
Writing tablets and stationery for

o'. ale at J. B. Screvea's drug, store. night.among the They passengers go to Jacksonville bound north to last attend been the past located several at Mrs.months Huddleston's, left Wednesday for- J j I t5oeo t t5ct t 6 deaf .

Mrs. James win'and two'interestIng the conclave of Knight Templars' for their home In Philadelphia.

children. left last" night for their which convenes in that city today. During their stay here these ladles

former home In Louisville, Ky. on an have made many friends, who regret
It Is said that a well known merchant their departure and eagerly await
extended visit to relatives and friends.
of D for their return next which, I / i'
They will probably remain away all upper avenue departed season they
a summer. I parts unknown Thursday morning after have promised. ''tetvon
sBiaegn. leaving a note telling his wife of 'oroot({

ths his act and advising her to sell out
: eo newest dsllcacy.in. Oliver, the three-yearold son of Mr.
the stock of goods and appropriate
at Wilson A I11e'I i and Mrs. O. G. Masters, died at the
the money to her own needs.
parents' home Tuesday morning at 130:
r
Second LleutenantfA. B. Buhner, b.i o'clock after an Illness of. several
S. R. C. formerly aboard the Mrs }t. R. Hco and daughter 1IIn days. The funeral was held from the Ct the famous one-price shoe for women and

cutter Hamilton sta .toned at Tampa, Emily who hare been visiting their Catholic church Tuesday afternoon at 4 Zl' roa'16'is MM
Forward daughter.and sister, Mrs. J. W. Horner o'clock. Rev. Father McOeary officiating ?
baa been transferred to the cutter and children honest in construction
and family, for the past several unsur-
In place of Second Lieutenant and the Interment was In the 51
,; K. M. Sturdevant relieved on accountof months, left Monday for their homeIn city cemetery by undertaker W. F. for
fit and all
Ill health. I I Philadelphia though they will probably MUler. passed style service, made in leathers and styles

return again next fall. I

Money to Idas on Unproved property The many friends of Purser F. J. I Price for ladies, $3.50 Misses $3.00 Children $2.50 c
Mr. M. R. Kellum is in receipt of a
G. 8. Amsden Cocoannt Grove or 1C. Magill of the steamer Martinique will 1I
letter from Chas. Mallory presidentof
i": D. Price, Miami. I, regret to learn that he Is lying seriously -
the Mallory Steamship Line In
ill In this city with fever. Mr.
Mr. W. C. Smith and wife of Palm which he wants the yacht Badger to Magill accompanied the Martinique JSLz z is the celebrated gent's shoe that is made of
meet of his off
one ships Fowey
Beach are visiting In Lakeland greeting to Havana aboutt he first of the month 4
their many frienqs. Mr. Smith ta< Rock on the 10th lust, and take him and was taken sick there. lie was ifi'GOn! the best material obtainable. There is
1t the noted East aboard for a tarpon fishing cruise on no
assistant postmaster brought over by the steamer Miamion
9 Coast resort besides!having other In,' the lower. coast her trip last Saturday.
} leather too good for this shoe. Made all the
terests-and his frienfls are pleased to on pretty new n\\
Miss May late instructor of
Ingram
he is
know prospering.h Capt, Charles who is to take
.h: elocution. and physical culture in the __the handsome sailing Ball yacht Carlo lasts at . . . . . . . . $5.00 and $6.00 I
Miami
High School, left on Fridayto
,8al*<-Near Miami; five acre: *:
north for Mr. B.
R. Is
Seegar awaitingthe
spend! the summer with relativesand
trees6.000! pineapples.P.
110 grapefruit
; arrival of his brother, Capt. B.
a Box 423. Miami. Fit friends in Georgia. Miss IngramIs .
Ball with the schooner yacht Edris,
deservedly I popular and her many owned by Mr. and Mrs. from Visit store these shoes and be convinced there
rt. Benjamin JI&1I'ldntnd family, former friends here wish her a most pleasant ( -Wyeth our inspect are no better ones :
I the west coast, when the two boats
but for vacation. I
... will get away together for New York.
the past few years residing In Miami
The Edris Is In tomorrow t
: expected port -
have removed to thli city and old Tuesday afternoon the MetroplU
i friends are glad to se< i them They ex- told of the sinking of the schooner I or Friday, In which event the. de- BUSTORBKWNBUJB HAVE YOU TRIED i
will be
pert to reside at 20 East Magnolia Siren, a few days ago while en routeto parture madeSaturday.

street.GalnesvUle i un. this port from Palm Beach to clear! -
for Nassau. It now seems that the While pranking with 33-calibre: revolver I ,

If you want f ertflUers 1 consult: J. E. boat did not sink and can be saved. late Monday afternoon Jeff I j3 RIBBON ,

,. Lumt u,. agent for jth* old reliable Tie: accident occurred about two miles Gautier, a lad, was accidentally shot! :, 'e SHOES. Ql5u0fer @roan .
Iln
Bradley Roods. | above the House of Refuge and the hand. Fortunately the bullet j jI I ', v For Boys 4
I passed between two fingers of the right j
mile
one to sea, and the latest report *
and Gir19'
Mayor SeweH last f.ruesda1 signed Is that the boat is capsized. The hand and only caused: a CeSS wound I

the proposed street! car franchise ordinance sloops Mischief and Quaker, with a and powder burn. The youngster, j tr3 tct5oot Oe6 I

granting th right to build number of barrels and other wreckIng however, was thoroughly frightenedand

maintain and operate a street car system material have gone up to raise hastened to Dr. Jk.lson. rho" \/4\ si

j, In Miami to B, B.JTatum and Ielates. the boat and bring her to thIs port dressed the wound and set him right'I

rA The ordinance will now receive again. :,i, "" for boys and ? Better
them
girls
.
:
r legal publication and become a Th. delegation of Knights of Columbus try

r law. from St. Augustine and other places There arrived at the tertrinal flock j

g which went to K.y West Saturday Wednesday from the Merrill-Stevens ,

# Wanted. 18 or foot dory-sail night to institute an order or that so- Engineering Company at Jacksonville,

preferred. Apply zotr M. Monroe, Co- cletyreturned Tuesday morning on the two diving pumps and attachments for ;

a count Grove. i f steamer Mian They are all enthused -I use in connection with the floating the ((21) (m. (gurbtne. x

:'7 ---I with the trip and the delightful Spanish steamer Alicia ashore on ,.

4r, Two suits In assumpsit damages of time and generous reception accorded Ajax reef. The tug Three Friends 1

$200 each, were filed I IIn the county them there. i Thirty-four charter members which arrived at the wreck yesterdaymorning
court last Tuesday. < ne was br Ceo. were initiated Into the mysteries at '7 o'cloc.with the wreckIng :

O. Curds attorney for'the Commonwealth of the new lodge and these will Initiate barge Salvor in tow. Is expected ,if

Distilling Co.vs.t _J. C. Lanther. ten or more applicants who were to come up to the city either this afternoon Sole Agent 12th Street Miami, Fla.' 1

r and the other was by?' IX Price, attorney unable to be present Monday. The or tomorrow morning rte the I

for T.'Eo Robertson vs. E. L. visitors left for their home Tuesday pumps provided they do not succeedIn i

: ,Prtngla 'i I night,ff floating the Alicia without them. fl I


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j -- --TUGS AT SHIP ALICIA KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS .ut at night, but I would go.

.j LATEST II shepherdess and Marie Antoinette "She scolded and I ran away t
NEW YORK'S have adopted these strings,
shapes West to "Soon after I met the man I grewo
Three Friends, and the pow So to Key Saturday Night
Khich capable of lending a prettiness -
are
FASHIONS tug Salvor of Jackson Institute a Council. : love. He .was a big fellow with

FADS AND and a piquancy to their wecror The \' > at the stranded Span- Monde hair. He was years older thanwas

when cleverly adjutt.. that the Florida Alicia on Ajax ref. last Happy In the anticipation of the [ 4

The same correspondent writes one of the prepared and equipoed to good time in store for them number "After awhile he asked me to go 4
t in Paris just now are
the gowns seen iest ever ship, if possible. of members of the Knights; of Columbus I sway with him-and I went He-h*

tally as bewitching as are the bats. in Miami I tugs are supplied with powerful came down from St. Augustine I lever said anything to me about marlage
}
5. The realms material ci 6
New York. Mar All the soft and lustrous '
of t..enty-Ih'e pumps for clearing; the Saturday'night and went over to Key I' ," and here Libbie Garrabrant. *"b

d color and lorm have seen ran In vogue and where silk is not used the R. G. water, and It is believed that West on the steamer Miami at whichplace I tick worn and old. now,-ovttred her ri
the silken sheen and
sacked this year for Ideas more lovely something with of be successful by those nest they Instituted a council of that ace with her hands, ana a dull flush

than any previous seasoij' has looked luster Is the next choice. The silken jetty outside on the actual condition of order Monday night D: shame swept over her face beneathhe
enthusiastically
aad the ransacking has peen mlghulyIrOducth'e Henriettas are being taken up on the other which it is ',aid. Is! not as In the party were Messrs.V.. O. prison pallor.
tailor for those dressy
I I"f by the This rock and considered by Joutwell. J. J. Murphy Dr. Carnet And it Is because this shame still
reported
] of resulU. f The most affairs that the Parislenne terms I.a .as
boulders 1.I J, Brien.. W. J. Foy. P. S.Araun: lives that this woman old and faded
: conceit In small odds and Mode doml-talllour, as are the drape
Ii arming eral tons I >Dla Inspector Ferris of this :'V, Oopps, L. Leonardy George Snow beyond her years with sin and suffer

i ends are shown in the itores, while d'ete likewise The taffetas too, are built eSpe<' still in charge of the wreck i n. H. Drown Louis Colee Wm. I'I1 1 ig, wishes to help the girls who like
tailor-made styles as well as in '
the creations of millinery and frocks in the \e>lng, such remain there until such time'her. C. L. Rogero, J. Triay. W H. I Ilene If. have left home and mother be-

{ ."rainbow tinted-are n thing if not the more frilly and flouncy sicillcnncsand output of tically (' ordered away by his superiors !Masters Caspar Masters and T. V. ,'ause they loved "fun and freedom."
while the
the dressmaker; from i I. from her perilous! position tbe Pomar.At "It was this man, the one I loved
of fcombre tints
The idea used
Jubilant about equally
i; crepes are on the road will either be towed to Key West Miami the party were Joined by .ho sent me to buy the, poison, and: hold

I lor street wear has been! put to flight by each. \Ille here. for repairs and dispo tlessrs.. J. B. Reilly. J. A. Mcr) nald. 1 me to put it on Burrow's rice that

and streets and carriag| drives blossom There are some charming examples two engines 'George A. McKmnon. Gus A. Muller ight; at supper. And when I' asked

{b like gardens this season. In the shepherd's checks of which the and on a<, 'has. A. Muller and Mrs. Chas A. 1 1m why he said, 'Never mind why

1d Fabrics were never mere varied or framboise tones are among the most each car Muller, accompanied the party. Jbble. Just do It-for m*.
COURT.
'delicately tinted. The |rogue of silks modish. In taffetas, long coats with cessitated. COUNTY "I was young. I was only 1? then.
j the rule for these court on Saturday I
: tor simple as well as elaborate presses plaited skirts are Th placing county Finding her nest Invaded a bantam "I didn't understand the trial at alL
collar and cuff in deeptoned heard arguments tor I
the Heyser
Is not more marked than the number and ty will begin hen. owned by Mr. Ceo. Old's chllIren I was sentenced to death. I didn't ua-
for smart finish. Just the granting of a new trial
make
: Of materials with; a glossy silk finish velvet a tion of raised tbe echoes and the sleepers estand that either. The man that

4 Poplin mohair and brllliantlne as about as often as not an embroidered tendent of case of the State vs. Savaleth in the vicinity this morning. An told me to put the poison In the rice
is the velvet the linen charged with larceny, and
.
set worn over ,
:well as Sicfflienne make excellent E. B. investigation revealed the fact thata was free. He got away

s ? substitutes for the more perishable being coarse or sheer, Just as one ernment in at the criminal term o! the cat with a litter of kittens had "I have been punished 34 years!"

'sffk. Cashmeres with soft glossy finfish may fancy. work, which akin possession of the nest and retained When the iron-barred doors open for
ESTELLE CLAIREMONT.Complaint A. XVorley argued In behalf
are to be reckoned!among desirable barrier to it despite the racket raised Jbble Garrabranjt; she will bear Into

materials this year! I Into the defendant and Prosecuting At- bl> the chickens. The hen's patiencef'laJ1y the sunshine of the half.forgotten

In the matter of styles{ generally comes from various partsof and canal R. R. Taylor, fOr the State. A became exhausted and In she world a message to the girls, girls who
..Yi
girdles are broader than I those of last the State that returns from the bean The rock was granted arched: and took a reserved seat on have sinned girls who are unhappy

year,. and long sash ends are attractive -crop have been materially reduced on : barges of ; B. Browning a subject cf t the cat's back. She laid her egg and and discontented In their homes girl f

with light gowns Trains have account of the product being so badly nal dock Britian took oath of allegiance then left the feline family In possession ho rebel when scolded,.girls who COout

shorter ands fuller. It Is specked as to to unsalable..,. So far jetty where a fullfledged.American of the den. While the hen was nights. v r
grown
as we have been able to learn this Im steam ) the cat the din was
trying to oust
p la the sleeve, however that the most .
r+ .noticeable change is seen. The puff mediate vicinity seems to enjoy comparative which are case of W. P. PIcLens convict terrific and .warranted the Investiga- VELVET BEAN AS FOOD ARTICLE

immunity from this trouble work of slant cring a negro prt'acher.and
last lon which revealed the cause of the v
-easily twice as largi as sum-
'Bier's-has moved from the elbow to No one seems to. be able to accountfor meats of Whom sentence was. deferred isturbancc. -St Augustine Record. If the efforts of Mr. E. V. Blackman

this specking but it would seem as It is a motion for new trial re of the
the shoulder, and although long cretary and general manager
that both the cause and the cure oughtto .will be sick and the arguing of the
drooping lines may still! be detected I FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. Dade County Fair Asaocauon. and .
until Sat-
be discovered. If any one of our was defrered next
editor of the Homeseeker are productive -
la some of the latest the are x
; Models the to which date court took a re-
readers can throw any light on
rage sleeve is composed of one, two Large numbers of barrels of potatoes of results, the velvet bean which

x three' or more puffs, with the widestone subject we would like to hear from i' are being hauled to Plcilata from rows so prolific and productive, not ;

nearest the shoulder.. Most wash him.- Lakeland News.Tha Irllp__ surroundinjc country,. and shipped aly in this section, but throughout d

a dresses have but one puff j so that they Some" two In THE CHICAGO STRIKE. by the steamers. he State la destined to a prominent f
On. mor was
may be more easily {laundered al- Arguments Light local showers around Cutler place among the stock food articles

r: l..*though thej three: puff glove alone or Collins, Chicago strike is assumlrg largo have worked wonders with the tomato :.of t the country.
When NanPatterson' of
ment
L -
New York. May #
deep elbow length cuff; is always this ,' and the city is V-glnnliij crop and nearly all the planters are The value of the velvet bean as a
resumed
graceful. J trial was for the want of fool Btnffc shipping dally. if food article for stock, especially cat

gt Elbow sleeves whlltf much in vogue morning the defense It was rest formally Its cue announcedthat without grove the novelist and sides are determined to carry C. E. Davis, of Orange Glade, suffered e. Is well known. It Is one of the c

wfl only be worn when peculiarly bet cmfwj The point and the indications arc a severe loss by having over one chest foods grown, but It nods prepration.
t, then began.
I some decided steps or In hundred of his watermelon vines torn Recently Mr. Blackman sent
coming a long lace 'give a pretty finish to a dress Deep Introducing evidence. is resorted to to put an end op one night last week by a number ol t..o bushels to the Engelburger HuH t,.

lac'ruffles falling gracefully' from thelbows < .began. chase through the that more serious suffering ane/! miscreants.Mrs. ng Co., of Syracuse N. Y-. for the ,

tend to take. away the stiffness Snow In New York.New the finest in will follow. What II- this C Foster Cox and son. of PI- purpose of having them ground Into' a ,

w. from the, sleeve of the. present hour consists of about How many know and colata, have Just finished digging their meal. Today he received samples .oftbe

have given the condition of Irish potatoes. They onlj > grindings which show a dark
for the long flowing lines are still crop
York May L A light BOW are now set .
missed sid tie break. must not be fell this morning; In many places In Ity. The large.'p and study! ..made about a half crop, owing to the ealy substance, rich In smell and ev- t

weeks ago the garment workers wet and cold weather this spring. en, pleasant to human taste.
too sudden.. The low cut collar Is a the central and northern portions ol will have in
fad of the last twq'summers that the State. The snow was accompan Mr. certain firm struck against vn I The farmers are digging Irish potatoes In discussing the bean and its food r-

i has Increased In -against their employers I and hundreds of crates of beam opertles with. a Metropolis report-
astonishingly popu-
weather. has
i led by colder He
t'r Mr. Blackman said: 'The velvet
and when non-union as well u union are shipped from McIntosh daily. Lou
laxity, on a warm) day ODe and made
The strike continued for of them are being sold at the depotto bean Is one of the most wholesome
a can boast.of a pretty rounded throat, VolusU will soon be sending to market before
is attractive fashion time when the teamsters for thi commission merchants. .. ilmal foods known,. la fact it Is 10rich
till
extremely
an a fine crop of peaches. The crop last season. '
in sympathy with the gar J. I.. Johnson, who represents J. L that blend of from one-third tolehalf
Pehaps it is In.thematter of coati of the county .will probably be in the and he
workers. There was nc questloi, Justice ft Co. of Philadelphia,. in the mixture with ,oats or bran nw
,that this season offers the greatest neighborhood; of one hundred car. had at last
I hours on the part or th. Florida aectons,has purchased a handsome 1a sufficient for feeding with more a rv
novelty' The cult thecoat; makes principally grown at Seville Lake Helen world and
sid They had no grievance of automobile which he has shipped than twice the results over the ordKtry
progress has many de- Beresford and about DeLand. Se lion Ar a
shrlnej The firm offered to arbitrate to his home in Orange county. amount, or a feeding of oats or
Yotees; at Its The English rile will probably have 10 or 25 cars that the )
but they Insisted that they J.H.Beckerman. whorepresents Wm.Hartman bran. Thousands of acres of these "
r motoring coats are fit ny things of silk Lake Helen as many, around DeLandu It Is Mr.
also arbitrate with the garment In the Florida sections, U ans go to wute every you aDd la
;i coming la rich clar t and blat and much, the balance coming from here ever '
k which it refused to Jo. When getting some very fine tomatoes for Dade County alone Jut'Yfar therewere
suede shades. The shimmer ss an Beresford and other sections. Averaging shall retire
having contracts wIth Inn Ills house. He shipped a car recent- enough of these beans nncaredr.
1ddancing fro :k might be ex- each car at I 500 crates the totalrill make this
undertook to deliver goods to It, 1which\ netted the growers $1.539 or or used to feed all of the cattle
pected do and throw over a dainty : run up to nearly 50.000 cratesjindit
: r : own teamsters refused to deliv- about $:.75 a crate. and horses In the county. I shall ..11vocate <
organdie or muslin istensibly to protest $1 per crate on the tree you see '
goods and a general teamsters, Some very line strawberries have the locating of a mill here to
It they the handsomest kind I Into the county
stake what a nice sum comes
"sympathetic" strike occurred. I been raised at Picolata this season by ;rind the seed into a feed meal and beIeve >
v of envelope for It. In several sec-
an
From the peach grown
are also organized and! Capt. N. R. Fltzhngh.. Jr. While buta that It win not be long before
the and trimmings dons DeLand Record.
So pretty are leslgns
the velvet bean will be regarded as a
There Is the Employers' Teaming Asso quarter of an acre planted, more

( for coats. that nost women with Benner are trying to fill the strikers than $:;0 was realized from the sale staple article of cattle and horse food. rMr
means will rack their brains to devise The special charity edition of the
from New Thus a strike war is on and of berries notwithstanding the very Blackman ls enthusiastic oyerIthe
Metropolis Saturday waran aetti
excuses for wearing- and buying; Jacksonville
project of utilizing these beans for
is the sufferer. The peace unfavorable season.
Porto Rican
them. The tailor sd coats of pique able effort. Devoted as It was, to
and their value 1Athat
the'mere purchasers and The orange groves around Orlando : purposes as
.and linen upn f reeer lines are attractions the[ charitable institutions of the city, and Tampa pay the freight are looking exceedingly well and unless line are well known there Is a
edited and handled in every respect entry on
for wear over the and "
IDrnlfg Mr. C. 'is a city of strikes. Many something unforeseen happens a ;neat possibility that good and profit !
tub frocks. Among he expensive lace except in the mechanical depart .
"till come out of his efforts.
of the outrages that have beet large number of oranges will be shipped
tire
coats a novelty is he closely fitting ment, by women the effort becomes
lu that city uunng tin thiN fall The tree are recover-
pattern suggestive o: Louis XV. modes. ill the more appreciable and but from while he
of the lann'dry workers women from the damage of the frost and MURDER AT DAYTONA. a
Evening wraps wi uld seem to have the fact that the announcement was nounce linK
..' a business of bearing non-unm t he only thing to fear now is the,
his line
would be atthe .
7 reached the acme of loveliness color publicly mate that women
Into Insensibility. In-lTie Kel- white fly.Major Record of Satnr-1
St.
the Augustine
been theriser Ing the
and delicacy of tex urejuid though In- helm, no one :would have
men lay in wall L. E. Dozier of Leesburg. has'hipped '
: strong young
.
that the making lay says:
tended for the pro ection of evening or could have told but j

gowns are In themselves so dainty edition was the product of trainedlewspaper rater to be knocking their teeth out his first tomatoes from that News of a brutal murder which ocrurrelt t

thoroughly other beating their faces Into a pulp !section. He has seven acres in beans last night at Daytona was
'3 as to require protection. menso well and
; The fascinations pf millinery are did the women do their work. The make the llverj men's strike homes land a big watermelon crop coming on. ought here this, morning by passen; "
hamstrung funerals were mob The first cantaloupes of the season
the train.
undoubted this year. The new hats edition consisted of forty pages all dude I ;:ers coming on early They
houses of mourning were sur which for sale at West Palm .
appears
that C.
H. McCoy a negro
are more than fascinating, however veil lied with local news and special try. Mr. port '
by pickets, hearses were o\er- April 2::. came from "
ieaih Saturday UU
hey are revolutionary, and women stories Messrs. Carter lit Russell are night: for ; resilient of Daytona. in a quarrel
and corpses wire actually ,he farm of A. W. Garnett. at. Hypoiliixo. her head
complimented for their gener to Tannia.. eel his wife by splitting openwith
weigh; well the effect of the very rad- lo be ----. I
Into the streets. : watermelon was on
Th first
teal changes beforinvetng In a bit ()s1tl In lending such aid as the giving early date I an axe.

I of headwear that is to be the crown- ,)f one Issue of their paper to charity, ing the I (> thirds would be impossible in I exhibition on Easter morning" and was The murdered escaped from the vicinity -
sonth. In the first place It hU'' J D. Matbls of Sherman *
ng touch to their toHlette. I ind the ladles hating the., matter In The [grown by of his crime and It U believed! a

The color schemes few are phenomenal 1 hand can not be congratulated too of the I I foreism or it, orderly popula |Point. Fruit and Produce New. he is headed this way. A description

,. ..., lisa, when one grows, accustomed tot I ilghly or be praised too much for the lines I to make such violence l>Otoslble- I; \of the alleged murderer was secured ....
not tolerate men outrage no WOULD SAVE THE GIRLS. -
: from
ffv has by a Record representative anofficer
heir galty. very Appropriate to deck I success they achieved. years
"" .femininity.. The hello' and raspberry other gulf I *ho sought to commit them. from the southern part of the,1

tints melt in each other in graduation' The report came to Chlpley Wednesday nothing should be no ucpolilag! with Thirty-four years ago Libby Gana- county. He describes\ the negro. .

Chicago is greatly In brandt then a girl of seventeen years being 40 of weighing 140
c career, apparent I The new copper that they have struck an 18 close years ace

? tints gleam beside nbdned greens and foot vein of oil. first quality :10 feel Much of of heroic treatment for lawless went to prison In New Jersey for pal- pounds, 5 feet 7 Inches In height a

Many of the out rase* nr tiout. sonlng the mjtn who ruined her life. trifle thin moustache
browns. Vivid reds look out glaringly below the surface, and that the oil first bow-legged f
,y committed by brutes who have Thirty.four years she has spent behind wearing faded blue and a rusty
here and there.: Itj is a season of color comes within seven fet of the surface. from the pants
In the strilv A strike petitionsfor :
frequent
and luxuriant flowers of ombre ribbons A man near the well was offered $4,000for here by prison doors despite looking straw hat

and tulle and plumes. Birds 40 acres of land. Your correspondent or more of brings them to the surface end her pardon and release. Now it Is Details of the crime were unobtainable ..

is a good time to skim them off she Is to be given her freedom.Is I
said further than those given above.
sad fruit will be less wqrn than formerly went down to see the oil well on all of the ; '
to breathe once again the air of ct
last The Bain- Line
jA j Orange Hill Saturday. ner I

' fashion correspondent writes from bridge Co. Is doing the boring with a from New ; liberty. Wedding of Miss Dent.

Paris that the many modifications cf small machine and making slow pro Gallaghan growers who have been making "What would you do: she was recently ,
asked "what would you do If Chicago May 10.-Miss Luclle Grant
the,poke bonnet are among the smartest gress. They have not been boring freight shipments of oranges and grape I '
for have beenrealizing excellent I[you were free, and had all the money Dent, daughter-of CoL and Mrs John
of styles seeq. on the boulersr for[ over a week-waiting casing tioned
e found (line at .. R. A. Henderson has returns lyou wanted*"' : [Dent a cousin of the Princess Can- t,
Instead of the sec op there Is a charming : to case out some fine sand they a

c flareand of the roo ringing "I Dent Grant. and granddaughter of t
with face aglow and voice
three dollars
trimmed .11ce. are now the layers of shale they found I its rt o"'r per I
s markets have not yet ( would sate them all especially tbe Major General LloydVheaton.. was *
damage The
posed prettily al under edge of some oIL The government expert Iin orange
the brim. Tie-strings. continue to oe I and the expert managing the drilling I to the "demnUlon !>o11'011.." {young things like I was .the poor. married today to Lieutenant Bert, of' ,
home, the Mnetei'nth Infantry C S. A HOWMaiii '1
1. a very fascinating feature not oalj of both say that the indications are as ,there Is that was the trouble was a bad crazy things that run away frOm \ -
I I S week when I >n<''! at Fort Harrison Mont Th J
indlgcstbin from much froz 'I was earning! | a |
the so-callel pot* fcoun C ts (w\icl1 r."o good as they ever saw in the best oil line .' of :; too I '
Iii I was a softsllk winder In a mitmait' was solemnized .In the Holy 1
who
the fellows was ,
shipped .
hardly pokM la Ihe'r new maatfestations I regions Several other companiesire I.(ports of fruit by

) hut of m fir, of the; tares flu availing results. Chlpley Cor. be howl over early thipmonts of i i silk milL I Name Cathredral with' military pomp 1M

lad fruit. Fort Myers Press I 'My mother didn't want me to go tnd splendor .
Journal.
,shapes, u. well;. even the familiar J Pensacola (people at '

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C. M. BROWN FILES DAMAGE SUIT. i OFFICIAL REPORT Of. I II Spec. Real Estate Bargains T ||


1r J \ TfreproFessiops i \ I THE COUNTY SOLONS I UNIMPROVED. GROVES

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The Florida Sun, of last Saturday i I i 40 acres pin and hammock en 10 acres 5 year old' tress. 1,000 y
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rQatter announced the filing of a suit in Jack.I i I II Miami' River ........ ....$3,60000 irttt> 800 bearing' ........"..ooo.li ,.
In Session Last
u.esday..Bills
.Regular Approved Or
sonville by former State Senator C. :M. i I 10 acrelland ......... .......S45040 5 acres, 6 year old trees. house

=. do z cvan.t9 against the Jacksonville Me '::i dered Paid. Amounts Expended Etc. I Ii 5 acres land ........ ........KOOOO 350 tree bearing ...,... ..$3..sooCi.
20-acr 2'1.al'Old ......
ATTORNEYS J fAT LAW. IBro..n. 22 grov VflOOJH6room
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acres pint and
for damages: in the sum of i I I I prairie on house S acres 'land 300
*" W praoUoe 1Ja all ooura.Mats and Federal j j i summons,.I I railroad ......... ... ......$600.) bananas,
for 200
:'$23,000:!: the praefipe i orange treS...$ OOJ9Q x
.psctaltactntt.slotSSamioloaaSd pertecOnf t Miami, na.aJ:: :. 19.):+;. 1 H. Richmond and J. H. Bond to view tand {
. Lasd Turfs | I'reading, as follows: 'I I
. P".B :r2f7. I Miami Fla. i I, The (Board of County Coniniisioners mark out roaj from Perrlne to IMPROVED FARMS
"In ,the Circuit Court of the Fourth
met tills day In regular session. I Homestead and make report of same 20 acres, 4-room house servant bou.. t
: 400 trees 150
P. T. SKAOQS. K.Offloa p.. I Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida 'resent, T. A. \Vinfield chalrraan.Jno. at next meeting of this: board. road, on tlm....................... .........., ....bearing.. ......on UOOOM rock
with a1 Cross n.nD"T.Be.lcSeDee n and for the County of Rival-Tres- Bill amounting to $2:?'H) for advertising 8 acres-of pin and hammock set In trees
Sew('11. E. H. Dimick. M R. Johns. I pineapples, etc tine
: comer Are pas In case: damages, $2:>.01)0. C. M. in the hnomt'IIet'I..r"all ordered land on time ............. .... ... .................. $1 OaOO.
: 118tr'Mt and E. G. Tweedell John Fronock. I rejects,{. 35 acres, 10
under
r,. MIAMI. Brown vs. Carter!! i Russell Publishing cultivation.200 bearing trees 7-room house ,
Company, a corporation duly incorpor- sheriff and E. C. Dearborn clerk. I The following flre-arm bonds were on rock road near R. R.

DL J. M. JAtKSOMorncK, JB, ,fated, etc.. returnable to the rule day Minutes of last meeting read andapproved. approved: 30 acre land pin and prairie, water front 1,500 tree small

I .of said court in June, A. D. 190:>. to I I Thos. Brooker, with M. R. Bennett house, bargain ............ ......... ...... ............$2,800.00
(i answer plaintiff in the above stated .
HOTEL BISCATNK I LOCK. AVE. D j It appearing that a bill is pending ,j'and fly S. Lee, as sureties HenryBrooker
,"t'o! FLORIDA. I cause. 1 with James Hall. Jr. and J.I
MIAMI. or is about to be introduced at the FIRE: :
Mr. Brown was sewn last Mondayand I INSUR.A.LYCE:
I '|:G. Langford as, sureties,_ M. It. Johns | ;
R.B.E.CHAJPEBj asked for a statement of the present session of the Legislature ot' '
|) ; .with W. M. Only the best
!I I: Pope and M. W. GooJe, companies represeote4. Here are tome of them. y
{grounds upon which the suit wa'sil I(Flordda. providing for certain amounts sureties I
as ,
-T i rbllip H. Lee with J. S.
Liverpool, London .t Globe.'
DENTI '
|brought. He was reticent about diecusiing :'j taxes paid by certain !l Frederick Fund Insurance Co. of Xortbm..rlca.. Fireman
lot somev.ars
;. persons and' E. S Frederick as sure | Orient. New .Turk Underwriter, (Ilmford) Ilanofer
TaelftbFLOIKDA. German
Office in Senll Build Hf. the case, but exhibited a clip. 'I ; Alliance
s'r a | :., past on what is known as the I jties: Walter Ritlaw with F. ]i. \Vhari !
!ping from the Metropolis of several i j ', ion and \V. J. Wilson j JOS. .
MIAMI.T. i lilies. or Hanson Grant situated In' as sureties, I :DORM
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days ago. It dwelt upon the lnvejtigation I Carlton Marshall'sIth '
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ATKINSON and char:; that Mr. Drown I Dade county, to be refunded by this ,
H I j !:ford and Cillesple Enlne as sureties. > R.en.1 Es"tn."te Agenoy '
bad accepted a free pass over the F. :county, and< it appearing farther that II i
ATTORNEY, LAW. I|I Board of Public instruction; filed .
y'\T E. C. and closed with this
Ry. sen-1|
said bill, if made a law will be unjust j
I I their
r' pedAl aticntlon clven to"C'fl1ln'aDcI1l1" and i'tence I'I i! reports of fines, forfeitures and >
"On investigation at the Railroad
XxamiaiUpn Public la OlIc oJjrulea... j: : and injurious to this county it Is ,costs, for the month of April.
otary
Commission office this statementwas I
om"" 1Ja dowers otlding.MIAMI. .. therefore ordered by this board that
found to be true as the transportation j i i County Judge! and Tax Collector '

(FLORIDA'DR ') company had reported to the he attorney for the board be. and he I filed l their joint report of licenses issued 1W.EA.1WJ

W. S. G1 AVLINO. during the'month of April.show.. : :
: Commission a pass issued to Mr.Brown la hereby authorized to take such I' j
tl la December." steps as may be necessary or expedient -ting $i'i>.2S for the county and 1130 for .
I IPBYIICJU ,
AED ScaoaolC.orrlca This statement Mr. Brown intimated the State. I
to oppose or defeat said bill
IJr HUIII Ta moan. B'z.Do Is the ground for the suit In that Clerk and County Judge filed their
I the Railroad Commission had no rightor should the same be introduced as eports of fines forfeitures and cost Is rapidly going to the front as the leading -
Boun from II to 4 p. m. I
i ,XzL.g. -LIIi' FLA I could find as a fact_that he had accepted aforesaid. for the month of April city in South Florida. Everybody =

a free pass over the F. E. C. Commissioner Johns was appointeda The following Justices of the peace is
going to Miami. Now is the
time
I QILLESPIE ENLOE,Dentist I Ry- committee of one with power to act flied their reports of fines, forfeitures to

Commenting on the filing of the suit In the matter of furnishing rates for and costs for the month of April: secure a choice location either for busi-

.:011.OFFICTt...M.asap BOOBS P.M.. and In line with the above Intimation :furnishing and spreading rock on the R. J. Chlllngworth. Wm. Marshall, ness or residence. Choice locations in ti
.OPTICX In FriMeU BaUdlnc.UaalintmrAMIAMI.$**Utt SC'USIDKXCK. of cause of suit the Florida Son says: and F. C. Aicher.
.Ml BUtear" -It Is Bald that the article which road at Stuart the city for sale by : : : : : .: :
FLORIDA Tax Collector filed his report for
appeared In the Metropolis.was followed I Petition of 8. C. Chadbourne for authority the month of April showing $8,831.47
. Q W. by Senator Baileys attack In which to close a portion of what Is
'fD8r-D. collected for,the State and $25,658. 54 FORT
Us _:_ 9pathist. the latter made the same charge, and known as Palmetto street In the Jefferson for the county. DALLAS LAND CO. a

upon whose motion a committee was extension to the city of West I
ttUBI Omcm: 11... Dvpopt, 14 .l.n.C ,
Road
.. BolIn..Q4..... appointed to Investigate the charge Palm Beach and substituting there Superintendent Goode was an OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOJQOOOOOOOOOOOOCall F

BQUALID Y tint that the former senator accepted a for an extension of what Is known u thortzed to trade off crippled mule In
Flba 4.
pass. Mr. Brown said that he courted Olive street in the City of West Palm camp. on Or
JOB 8. TSEOESICX, the fullest investigation. He 1s said Beach he agreeing to rock the same County treasurer filed his report for TOI3r =. : .EZZ-Y.: :r.E:. :RA-A!

CIVIL ENGINEER to have held a pass over the Florida at his own expense, petition also rep. the month of March showing the fol- Dallas Land Agent Co..Fort Miami. Fla. Vice-Pres., Fort Dallas :
Land Co., St. nstine
AND SURVEYOR. East Coast Railway but the same was resenting that the consent of all property lowing balances on band May lit: Anf ,FUooooc 4'

Votary rabUe lor But atLarf raibcular. Issued himre claimed as an employee owners in said extension had I+General Fund ... .. .. .. 12,161.04
Attention tfnn to Bab-Dh1lq Large tract*. of the railroad In Its Industrial department been obtained In writing It is therefore '.Fine and Forfeiture Fun .... 771.06 .
DBe Tcr Foataffic }
,roc', MIAMI FLORIDA.g and by provisions of hit ordered that said petition be,. School Fund ... .. ... .... .. 613.36 4

,contract with the railroad company he and the same Is hereby granted. Road Fund .. ........ ...... 296.29

( H. KICHKONlr .1 was to receive transportation. part The following bills were approvedand Int. and Sinking Fund .. ... 4!.92- i -h-

rt REAL ESTATE. .compensation."Subsequent. ordered paid out of the General Game Warden Fund ..... .. .0$ 4e .A-w f e.

to the attack made on Fund:

40LIlTPtpmNCNANT.AN000MPANT MTAKI8TATK ruBJJC_ Mr. Brown in the senate by Senator Henry 1.uUer, April salary .... $20.00 Total ..... ........ ..... $4,184.75Bills
r AT LAJIGKJUTLEB. : Bailey he was forced to give up his 'John Frohock, court worketc.. 7.56D. amounting to $724.96'* were approved 1; &itfrf&14JEL 1

FLORIDA. seat In that body to Mr. Basklns, who I \ '. Moran same .......... 15.00C. and ordered paid out of the

had contested for the place since the : W. Bush same ........... 1500A. Fine and Forfeiture Fund. Of !
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H. P. BRAINING beginning of the session. Having been P. Gore salary jailer etc.. 55.00 this amount R. R. Taylor received I I -gtd< ;:

ri Attsney ml,Cones. declared not entitled to the seat for Dr. Skaggs lunacy Smith .... 22.00 $155 for criminal prosecution; E. C. r

p inapt Atttatatotofcetiotv. Icferact: mer Senator Brown was not legallya ; F. C. Belden. same .......... 1.00 Dearborn $C0.45 for criminal prosecution V -

Belt *.ty senator at the time when the attack Ceo..A Gale same ..... ... ... 1.00 and John Frohock, $::8.35 for > 1tnJtzd IJ Vc414& [

Palm Beach s&llW.t f Flonda peas made upon him." Frank T. Budge furniture .... 56.75 the same service. Frohock also reI' c=

y t 5- Clark, Parker t; Hemming will represent 1>1. B. Lymao, freight ........ 10.90 celved $169.90 for feeding prisoners.The I- 17J" .giI -
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JAMES T.BANDESB, Mr. Brown and Major St. Clair. L. W. Burkhardt, mdse ...... 14.00C. folowlng bills were approvedand "- : ::

a ATTORNEY! AND Abrams the publishers of the alleged H- Ranlerson com. on rec. 462.14 ordered paid out of the Road

felony. R. R. Taylor, salary ........ 33.33H. Fund:
COUNSELOR LAW.OoBMteUl n.4u-' [
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&; W. B. Drew Co. mdse .. 20.07 M. S. Mishler payroll .. .. ... 73.70 /

rwaltty aad aad Oeroatt Baal >:Co.B o.; Law.lfl oce....Hd.DITTOS ..t.lor BASEBALL TO BE REVIVED HERE G. A. Hay salary April ...... 30.00L J. A. .Dann. Iron ...... ......'.. 4.20 l r ... tid

n WATWX BLOCL. Lock Bold Cohen ft Co. clothing ....., 1.75 F. T. Budge, supplies ...., .,. 41.70B. g

YIAYL LORID Walter Kltchlng mdse ...... 8.00 F.
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Carter hauling rock 71.25
r Miami Is to have a baseball team
Walter Kltchlng mdse. Mar. 8.00T. John T. DeBerry. April salary 60.00 o)
and a baseball ground that Intended
MITCHELL D. are -
tRICE to be made second to none In the N. Gautier, commissions 'In.to Frank Sanchez same ..... .. 50.00 4cIacfr. t tDrake
H. & W. B. Drew mdse ... 32.BO
Attorney at Law and Solicitorin State. This was the decision of aL ; McCrlmmon Co.. lumber ... 227.96
'* number of player enthusiasts I A. E. Heyser. salary and sun .. 28.60 L. S. Blocker. piling ...... .. 6.13
Chance ana Produce Co.. Miami Jandon Bros. Miami.
7 who gathered last Friday night and Marshall ft Bruce mdse. ...... 16.60 John Hall piling ........ .... 1.00G. Brown & Moody, Perrine. 4

Odes: Hatchett KUf. Y W11. riA decUed to put the ball In play again LaSalle ft Stoneman env. .... 8.75 I W. Parks, mdse. .. ...... .. .1405 A. J. Husker, Little River. Tweedell Bros, Cutler. f '

ajrff to keep It a playing all summer. E. C. Dearborn; salary and son 113.05W. W. D. Home same .. .. ..... 13.50M. R. !E. McDonald & Co., Fulford L. H. O. Sjoatrnm. Hallandale.Straoahan .
C.
W. MAYNARD .
k XCUng upon their decision to reorganize H.Jenktnssal, feed paupers 57.00F. E. Gruber. 6 wheelbarrows 21.00 T. M. Richards, Boca Ratone. & Co., Ft. Lauderdale.

for the snmmer.pennlssion was E. C. Ice Co., ice ........ 12.80 Frank Sanchez freight ..... %.90 M. G. Lyman.I Lantana. Boynton & Parker Boynton.LOOK .

Wilson t Flye oil, eta ........
ft secured Saturday from the owners or. 4.30Young's W. I. Metcalf. freight on rock 54.76 FOR THE LABEL

the property lying between Twelfth Pharmacy drugs ...... 4.30J. R. G. Stocrton supplies .... .. 41.72 ;

and Thirteenth streets and AvenuesD W. Watson window guards :I.50C. John Frohock, feed prisoners 350.80 -

and E D. Leffler soap etc ...... !9.10 Pay rolls for witnesses in county
AND' OPTICIAN. or more familiarly speakingthe
,JEWELER same ground as was used last W. F.Miller burying paupers .. :..00 I court amounting to $136.70 were ap- j FREDK. S. MORSE

Perfect fitting, easy wearing glassi which J. F. HInton. salary April .... 40.00 proved and ordered paid out of the .. ,
are great oomtoritb our extensive summer upon to place the dia-
4 apparatus and large experiencethere mond. This ground is a little crampedbut M. S. Mishler salary. April .. 75.00 Fine and Forfeiture Fund. I
M is no !guns work. Pncea rea.onable. by changing the \\. T. Rice charity April... 6.00 There being no further business.the '
t position of the REAL ESTATE
Jewerly. and We Spectacles; portion, Clocks of, diamond and moving It well up towards Mrs. Veomett same ....... ... 6.00 1 board adjourned, to meet Tuesday. ti

i 1 year trade .. ted on Asue r- the rear of the postofflce and Mrs. Gomezia, same .......... 6.00 June 6, 1905.
D between llth and! .18th 8tt. batting to the west. It Is believed ample Wm. llerkle, same .......... 5.I. .Oo Offices op stain Cor. Ave. C and 12 th St.j '

W. C. MAYNARDJebelcru4 I room will be had. J. Wells same ......... :... t.OOM. A Tallahassee correspondent says
% (;radiiat ODtfeiaBOppoatt R. Johns Com. mileage .. j j" Miami Dade Co. Florda.I
I Enthused with the Idea and Intention 23.JO It 1 that R. Hudson Burr has a longing .

Lne {, of having a team and promoting E. IL Dimick, same .......... 15.20 i ''g lance towards the gubernatorial I I, .

|the game of baseball here as soon as T. A. Winfleld same ........, 3.2 1 ;.chair. That Tallahassee man Is with I AGENT OR LANDS OF"*5> '

av It2 [possible. Contractor Fred Rutter with John Sewell same. .... ....... -:.OOc> '|!oul doubt one of the best jokers of the i I! .
a of to E. G. T"-l't..lell.] same ....,.... 5.OP' times.1: Florida East Coast Railway Co.
gang men was put work clearing '
1,52, .Msls.d. -- i IICTUIIN CD. off and laying out the ground this .A.: J. Campbell Inq. John Doe II Florida Coast Line Canal and Tran Co. .
..Taaaf '11"-....caaaosaae W. B. .... .. 1.0(1"" !
Dorton .
same The ,
souvenir
edition of Lake-
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morning, and
r Tile &low.T -.$.4S.e roer as soon as it shall havebeen Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land G >.
a apt, r-Rl W was haa.pet..MrSaaaDast .f sta,.''
.. .a r.nwe S..... m.ee. K ADTIS., I Jbark, the boys will begin practice and E. Savage same ......... 1.00 i product of Editor M. F. Het'hcrinKlon, -
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T.ao A5t$ rat.ate.
v1SED.W._ cad SOLD-.alClfT ......., ..-. fit themselves for battling with any W. 1L Combs same ......., 1.00 l sand| the splendid results of his efforts

> wA.NINOTONb.0.*U. ., Patent Office, (team in the county or State. John Cook same .. ......... 1.0'I 1 'ue portrayed on every one of lis.

1 It Is also Intended to erect a grandstand A. V. Patten witness ........ 1.00 I twenty-four: handsomely Illustrated Now is the TimeTo If

G. A. .. ... j
j to which a small tee will be Strickland same l.OOJi md well printed paps. The edition I 411

0 ;':'charged. Other teams are'expected: to S. A. Pardue. same ... ..... 1.00 '''i,,3 devoted to the resources Industries

be organized at Cocoanut Grove, Lemon IL V. Calder same .. ........ l.Oo'i i I' nd attractions of Lakeland and 'oik Plant Orange Trees 1J

City Palm Beach and various+places Board adjourned to meet at 2 p.m county: with a most generous and Cat- .

I which with several local nines Board met pursuant to adjourn tpring write-up of its home city and and
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Grape Fruit
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KILLTHICOUCH that will be formed in Miami the public menu ]prominent people. The entire edl1 1 ,
is Board appointed C. T. Sullivan S. ion: is most creditable. I
an> CURE.THE ;LUNGS assured of some good games the
coming summer. Aso I Rose Bushes for Winter Booming ,
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wn"_ Dr. King'sNew Mr. A. A. Bunnell. of Daytona has Has Stood The Test 25 Years I And all other ornamental trees and shrubs T
1 Please write
call or for descriptive catalogue and other
purchased the Interest of Mr. Fred

Discovery Amason In the real estate firm of Grove's information.

lw Carron ft Amason and will make MIami .
FOR aSUMmON *51.00 his future home. He is now In GRIFFING BROS. GO.
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Daytona making arrangements to

Sonrt and OoickMt Cure for all bring his family here to occupy the Tasteless Chill TonicNoCtxreNoPay. POMONA NURSERIES

THBOAT and LUNG TBOUBr new borne be recently purchased from
S.>i8, or KONET BALL Mr. Curry. 1 Main office Nurery Office i!:

50 cents. Cor. Ave C-anc: lath St.,.up stairs Little River, Fit ,

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o doubt the I COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. 2568 4 11 M. E. Gruber. incidentals coned her remains to the cemeteryand

((largely for col No 1.. 2.30 laid them to rest with every mark n

!Pie. I Financial Statement of Cour. 2560 4-11 E W J Parrtsh fit and of respect tenderness and affection.

eo arm each I According to and drayage No 11.. 4.S1 There are those who rrZtlc'sj the
I Board of Public Instruction. "
.JWest Interest Is felt Expenses of Administration. .. Order of Elks unsparingly, arl. be-
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this city, on 2o59: 4-1 R. E. Hall Supt. SaL 69.S9 ing human, no doubt tome of tae

: pOrxOOOOOCOOOOOCOQOCOCOCXX3COCCO3C) < ) deliver It of Florida County of Dade 2561 4-11 Ell Sims per diem and members do those thins vhlch they t

i Palm Beach Flat. May :. lently loud to awake the soundest are seriously ; Miami. Fla. May 3. 1903. mileage member bd 20.43 should leave undone: out acts\ like tats

sleeper. tance. E. C. Dearborn Oerx Circuit 2562 4-11 E W J Parrish same 16.35 will recompense many times over for
Chai
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In the case 4
StaT So elaborate is the system that 1 It and unless : : 2563; 4.11 W. M. Burdlnr, same 2.15 many thousand venial oo..qullles or :i

Shultz. carrying conceal 1orth's weapons can not be accurately described In will have to : In compliance with Section 3. 2577 4.11 R. E. Hall. Incidentals shortcomings. This Is an lllustMdon ': ;'1

1 tried in Justice Chilling courta words. As ixp'.aiatu however the eye fice. 4332. Laws of Florida we here. for board and supt. 1256 of practical charity which might well

few days ago and a ,ver let of guilty aiding the mind it seems to be perfect I Preparations with you the following Itemize 25(5; 4-11 Miami Printing Co.. b. emulated by Christian coramuMtlej '

rendered a new trial as granted. and infallibly certain in its action. Today ((llaune-hlng of the I statement of all 'ho..1 l mono {I j printing financial sL anti denominations. Men,phU: News

has lain fur '\" appropriations trade and !! and other printing 4.03:: Scimitar.
at the instance of C. C. I hi1Ungworthdefendant's Mr. W E. Hushaw, who, as reprosentatise 4'
1 of the manufacturers installed [ner of Ih+nan ( I Issued for the month endlni I
retrial I
Th was
attorney. the sisuui, baa a party of electricians Annie Dorcas' : day of April A. I). 19t! ;5. Total expenditures . .$1010.2J BOYNTON BRIEFS.

; held yesterday and a r rdlct of not Bronard ,(, : lpltulation of County Fund.
Itemized Receipts.
it
to examine and Its working I

.guilty returned by the ury after aYery |They pronounced it perfect. Tomol. (chased and rt : In treasury as per last I County school levy .1/. .' $11.S0364: Personal Notes and General News

brief period of con ideration.Judge I . . . . .
I $315.71
I len
away.I ... .10
row afternoon at 4 o'clock, the public From tax redemptions From This Thriving Town.

Tracey. a distln TiUhed jurist !'generally will by Imitation, examln I The Junior }- .. for month as itemized Toll! taxes . . . ?. 4SJ.OO: rd

and celebrated wit of G orgia, in the guidance ofV : . . . .. . .1:>5.74 that the In these
'the plant and be show Its oiierauon. \Ve certify above statement Everyone goes a hurry days

days long agone stated.* hike discoun of sensation pervades ladles of the : outstanding this is true and correct In every partic like their life or money depended; oa '#
Something
lag with a coterie of bar of the I a 'held a picnic . . . . . .tCII..1o::! i
w "that court circles here today. It is due tithe ular. the speed they made. Guess It does
district over which he (' I evening. The W. M. BCRU1NE. in
ol I a measure.

there was one thing tle even the disappearance Charles Sbultz during and frofelture last night 01 marked their : . . . . .2S710.07; Chairman Co. Board Pub. Inst. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac R. Funk made a
which one
s omniscience of the i hty.
e his cates that the ; outstanding an per Attest: quick trip toPalm Beach Monday attending
the bond he had given for appearance -
ordinarily he did not could pleasurable one.t . . . . .24116.4! R. E. HALL to business
of citizens r
thus couple
wals would lea\ing our .
and that what "
foretell
'sot who were sureties on the bond Robert warrants drawn'this Co. Supt. Pub. Inst. Mr. John Sejbold. the popular bakerof

te the verdict of a petit nry in a case ( Eng.. are as itemized herein. 4010.2:: '
Miami, accompanied by his wife
decision." "with the bag to hold. It Is the after .
1 nbmltted to it for Seminole. bands of treasurer this i"
last THE ELKS. came up Sunday morning and were .
math of the two days' litigation,
As in the first tria1Jhe testlmon; solely In .- ; .. . . . . 613.3:: I II the guests of. the Utter's brother
reek, heretofore referred to. In which ; [
for the State was direct and potiltJ'e.'eU'ered Charles Shultz was twice tried for car ,(understood that I The death funeral of a very old I! Adolph Freedlnnd and famD, 11.... r

by the comp thing .witness concealed and acquitted ried couple.Mr. . . . . .2S740.0 lady at St. Joseph's Hospital on Friday Seybold remained until Wednesdayeve.
rying weapons
.ts bis brother and Constable Hannong in both trials. It seems that in the 1C H \ Indebtedness. $900 on Miami revealed to the world some of the I Their friends are always gladto ..

that the defendant dr. w the pistol fight in the barroom that led up to the Saturday in this due. good deeds of the Order of Elks. Th1! I welcome them. ,

from his hip pocket, < ir from someplace first charge, Shultz struck one Perry a gentleman of Salaries of Teachers. venerable lady was In very moderate Mr. and Mrs. B. L Kapp spent Sat- .
defendant '
The -
about his person. business circumstances, an-1 had been all her urday In West Palm Beach, attendingto -
tie with a loaded Billy. Not content thai S Dusenbury .2 80.64 .
t have pistol -
he did
that n<
s swore Shnltz should escape altogether. Perry elated by his : Annie I. Berry . 2 53.76 life. She was feeble and iui&l>le to as business matters.
but that in the emer-
# in his pocket ;
'swore out a warrant for assault and Packing :: 'Ada F. Merrill . 3 96.77 silt herself and, twelve years ago A. K. McMullen. agent of the Con-

fearlag \ battery against him. tinner watch ntwas It U said. Ida Westgard . :3,43.01: :: her son, who was her sole dependenceand lIG-ldated Fruit Company was in town

l'' seized it from the sh -tf. behind the arrested and gave bond for appearance settee of Mr. Laura Beldler . :3: 4301 support suddenly died leavingher Monday

at Justice Chhllngworth'i no answer has Jessie Vinson . 3 4J.01 In destitute circumstances. He Sir. and Mrs. Perry Marks of West

counter. Two other c edible witnesses court today at 3 o'clock with James T. committee as 1 Mrs A C Thomas 4 4301:: I belonged to the Order of Elks and Falm Beach are moving Into the Murray -
the accustomed placeof
that
swore was north of DeBerry and J. E. Wier as sureties. He Fourth of July Bertha Mullikln . 6 5l.7fi: I while it was bound In no way by cottage.

the gun on theJlhelf for this city. : : contract or obligation to give her anything 1 Benson Lyman has put a stock of
did not appear and it is learned that : 1 Sue Hopkins . 7 53.6

the cash register and one witnesswhrIs yesterday afternoon or evening Shultz matter Is 1 Louise Bryan . S !:I.Ol I the fact that she was. helplessand general merchandise In his store room

K said at the "time to have been in that much will I destitute was all the charter the here. Mr. Mitchell has charge at
went to Boynton on a bicycle whereit :: Mrs L G Olmstead. 9 43.01

an unconscious state or alcoholic som is supposed he boarded a lOulboundtrain preparation for : i Mrs Gee Lyman .10 4301:: i Elks needed, and for twelveears: they present.
tha be saw the dePendant -
fiambnlism, swore I
for Miami or else a northbound Ised. that as C. V. Waugh . .11 107.52 have been furnishing her with every
ff of the shell
take the'gun > sin It is said there are other persons turns. he will : Sophia Itauskett .11 53.76 necessity and comfort and. until the The Times-Union last Sunday was
it In the .face of his u-
and present in the city who will mourn the Inform the : Lulu Angevinc .11 53.76 other day the world was none the one of the best efforts ever put forth)
-:
cailant departure of the enterprising young Deputy : Grace Lainhart .11 (.9.R9 wiser for It. When the weight of advancing by Florida's great dally. The issue was

The Board of Trade/held its special a day or two : years made It necessary for called the "Women's Memorial edI-
4 man. Sbultz Is a young German tall,, : Annie Seabloom .11 53Tf::
nig t to hear and
meeting Tuesday his the venerable lady to have constant attendance tion" and aside its meritsIt
p the the committee fairly good looking smooth face, and spent on Mclaughlin. 45.39: from many
consider report othatVisited
quite a pianist Policeman Amy L. Harris .11 4301 she was placed In the care contained a number of contributions -

4 Dr. Mun; m's property. ed the time of KathE'rlneVaulx..ll 4301:: of the Good Sisters of St. Joseph's that will find a lasting place in
to give Mr. W. P. Hatchett came down from
deemed
It Is not
necessary to the city a Alice Sanders . 12 53.76: Hospital, who ministered to her wanti Confederate history.The object of the
the of the co> mittee in extent Jacksonville yesterday and is registered I
report
: sumed duty Mary F. Jackson .1: 4301:: as long as she lived and composed he? edition was to swell the fund being
t about three at the LaGrange-Seminole. It u
Its was nat
purport Preparations Miss S. \\llllams 14 53.76 body when life left her. Her remains raised to erect a tribute from an ad-
of Dr. Munyon's land would be understood that he will be here several ,
acres for the Grand Bernice Strahan .14 43.01 were taken In charge by e leadlns miring and loyal people to the noble
as used in the cutting pf .the canal on days. '
pendent Order undertaker and she was given a burial women of the South. The Issue had
W. W. Hall . .15 134.40
will leave in day
T. D. Brown
desired and that $100 ai Mr. a
c the route held in this Sara Bayne .. . .15 69.89 fit for anyone. Not only were a beau- a most generous sale and the receipt
bbla fair or two for Nevada, where he expects
acre-$300-would compensation Their special :! Maude Barron . .15 53.76 tiful coffin and habit and loral tribute will go far in advancing this worthy
for It. The of the com to remain during the summer.
report
is Macon. Ga.. Ruth Rickards .15 63.76 provided; for her. but the: Order of object. The Times-Union and those
xnitfee this and other less material -
c on Is expected. Ella Singleton .. _15 4$.39 Elks furnished the pallbearers, the who contributed to its columns on this
matters was adopted. and the special West Palm Beach Fla, May. 10.
; Lillian Norton .15 5376 leading officers of the local lodge being occasion are to be congratulated upon -
canal committee wad?directed to raise It is probable that the Board of County -
"I Belle C. O'Neal .15 53.76 among the number sad they en- the splendid success they achieved
y the mm of $300. A subscription list t Commissioners will be called upon .
- --- ----
.15 53.76
Nellie Brown ..
was opened near the close of the to aid in the opening of a road and DARE :
Adallne Austin .. .15 53.76
meeting it was not [long before $100 canal in the direction of the watershed Roosevelt Says
Lillian McGahey ..15 53.76
was subscribed. The special committee vegetable lands between the ieWMaffin
dictate Kate Colyer .. .. .15 53.76 /
was kept on and it is prob fresh"water lakes and the Everglades.It .
daily Lulu Vause . .16 43.01
able that the, eeded will soon has been ascertained by Judge H.
Blanche Burtashaw 17 43.Oi
be. raised. Anthony)' Brothers gave B. Saunders, who Is giving much time Omaha May
Jessie Cason .. .20 43.01
$50. and Capt. DIn ck ten acres of to the promotion of the scheme thatto quotes .
made the Eunice Worley .%1 43.01 .,4t
land with thanks that he was not ask- complete the project as now outlined
Ellen Palmer Pratt. .:: 53.76
wilt not be
; ed for forty acres! which he would will cost 3000. His Idea Is to a
President of Mrs. G. B. Stephens 43.01
,as 'c
have cheerfully given. divide this sum into five parts JCOO
him : Hattie Carpenter .15 8064
as
Considering that [these steps were each-one-fifth to be paid by strictly quotes
strings to this Ada F. Merritt . 3 96.77
,4t taken at the instance of Dr. Munyon private subscriptions (the greater .
1 IdaWestgard; . 3 43.01
through letters to {his agent Mayor part of which has already been raised .
Laura Beldler . .3 43.01 v.There's
Cnrrie. and to Attorney W. L Metcalf ), and one-fifth each by the county Captain
I :1Jt'I1le'Inson . 3 43.01
? It Is probable tha j it ends the controversy commissioners and the three land companies of the yacht '
Jessie Cason . .20 21.50:
as to the r ght of way for the This project should not be !Myers, of the i r Colored School

.canal, through Dr. Innyon's land the looked 1 upon as a private enterprise; and Mrs Chas. ,! J. W. Mlckens .. 1 53.76

only obstacle, as .nderstood. to the for while as an incident. Individualsmay ilystery, re now
: Annie Cannon . 1 43.01
early commenceme t of the work on : be the beneficiaries of its completion of several
Bertha Ely . 1 43.01:
the CAnaL its is and its effect ",'
purpose West Indies
Josle Green . . 1 4301::
z A picturesque personality in this will be, the development and 'settlement about the 15th.
Alonza McRae . 1 43.01: -fI \
; city yesterday.and is Capt. S. A. of large of excellent, but in and
: i pday. a : area go: keep
: A. I.. Duncan . 1 645 in the world cool]
Bravo one of the iseful and honored now valutas land. Doubtless when applied other during J. W. S. Bethuae : 53.76 nothing so ,

A citizens of the M I .gic City. Capt to. the Board will give the mat hey first go to and "
; I Ella U. Sicilians 2 43.nl cleanly sanitary inviting as matting.
Bravo is here as h stated to the writer ter serious consideration.The the Bahamas to ,
Ixilta II. Stephens 2 43.01
primarily for oclal reunions. In- stucco work on the F Egerton which they will I : Nona U Jackson .2 43.01 Seems as though matting patterns and

r cidentally, there i lay be an elementof building has been completed and the They will
:: Franils Bright . 4 43.01 attractive each
;, business in hli visit, beneficial to window casings; neatly painted. In external and will make matting prices get more
: F A. Hamilton . 5 4101Asa :
-a himself or his en foyers; for one of appearance there Is not a neater stopping place
Richard Jr. 6 43.01: that's what you'll
Anyway
too active a brain aLd versatility of tal. building In the. city. In the tall. and Miss! Ross \1.: R. MahaftYy 7 4101 year. say r

ent, can not and II not waste his energies interior and improvements Jacksonville
; many changes to when our stock.
1& : ; MzzkKvlf . . 7 4301: you see
and time 1 mere social reun will be made. pond some I tt
: <> F. A. Hamilton 5 '.'J.h
Ions Capt Brat has many friends There was a constant stream of visitors .
& :! J. W. Mickcni. . i Zt.: rb!
N* InVest Palm Berth, all of whom are to the Dude County State Bank Farmers from '
: Joie Own 1 21..10
glad to meet an ) greet him. The this afternoon among them several his
morning : :' Annie Cannon 1 2150
writer knew : Bravo when hea' who listened with Interest to
Cap a
ladies the prospects of : Alonza MclCan . 1 21 .So China
trundled freight on' the St.Johns river description of the many points of excellence satisfied from I:: .. Bertha Ely 1 4.0 9,875 yards Japanese and

steamers. Steafllly he won credit of the burglar alarm system
dug that over I A. C.'rol't., n"'bulhl-lai

and position step.after step finally at- just Introduced by the bank and toes will be 1 I Da'1a.: \a C. . 11957; matting, 35 cent value at 25 cents

.talning the highest positions on the watched with curiosity and wonderthe
before the '
:; 11L. K. llatlic-ld repairing
fleet of vessels that plied,the StJohns many demonstrations of the un- 1 1deteatabillty. !
The yield Is buildii.c Miami. 3741
river. Fortune ine to Intrinsic worth The system Is manufactured -
-' atlons of the 'I : 11 Lainhart 4: Potter repair -
has favored him [ and he Protection
-since today by the American Bank many who did building at \Vetit

bold a position of trust in the estl- Co, and represented; by the than r
forty Blench
Palm No 11 3607
mation of ol the world's greatest 522: Fifth \\ tlL/
one C. O. Burns Co. Avenue .w..Y. I ,
Ing from fifty n
; The Caxton Co bls'kboard ... .,(. ,
= developers New York City. One gentleman remarked again advanced var M-liooU 5536: : ,,,. .,". v A dollar '

r after observing Its workingsand (elve the :: 11 J A. Butler rent ,Miami uoADE I COUNTY or two V'l
West Palm Beach Fla, May '.-The listening to the explanations: I I
at good prices Col. No" 2 . 26.87 I fJ! .ach: ,

Dade County State Banket an expenseof "The system is perfect as to to thefellow ket a few day SJrs. N. J. Plckett. janitor I I FURNITURE CD. .will do

$900 bas had jlnstallea an elaborateand on the outside but it doesn'tprotect I even these will No. 11 .' 16.12 nt ..."' -- .- \

seemingly toerfect burglar alarm against the fellow on the In the quality ... E. B. Sullivan jan ",'"' 1"1\ \ i"\\

system, manufactured by the American side." Detection defeat, posllblydeath
potatoes are itor No." 15 6.72

-. Bank Protectiontcompany| of Minneapolis It would seem must result from I They are :; Mrs. E. Dahlenburg.

Minn. It an arrangement of an attempt to enter the vault of the 1. ate with their Janitor No. 15 2055

clocks bells and gongs some in and Dade County State Bank for the pur- farmers '
are ; F. E. C. H. Co. waterto -- ------ { -- ----
some outside of khe building the latter pose of burglary.
prevailing will June :30: 4.00

,loud. enough tope heard blocks away Augustine J M Rowley lrans]>or- Remember the FaD Name
from the bank, ail set In action by electricity Over the signatures of W. F. Arm- Always
tatlon of pupils Soil 72.5$ l
and aU 'acting simultaneously. Strong G. H. Maltby and G. W. Idner
Governor :: M
E Graves tran p"rtatlon -
The clock and system of gongs inside u a commItteeannouncement Is made3f I Rromo
and intends of pupils No 12 53::.76 I Laxative Quinine

Of the vault, the walls of which havebeen the G. A. R. Decoration on May that State shall F. W :Miller transportation i $

lined mithjeelctrlcity charged metal SOth, and an Invitation extended to all nor Broward of Ilul'lIl1"o" 1:1'.63: I

is 'very elaborate( and so delicate. idles and veterans and friends to aid I self on this ; 21 J. A. Pint tranhporta Cures a Cold In One Day, Grip Two. ;

and accurately adjusted that the vault lu; the preparation of a program for
i Is evident in ev I lion of pupils No lr K..12: .
4 can not be entered through the door or the observance of the
proper day an.ito
that there U .
::: ; 1 W J Shone. incidental! f' '
walls without ijausing an alarm suffic- ; participate therein. Without to. f.aw Box. 25c.
,
a ca
I! irovemeot in j f for tihool0: :2 1' 77 ;
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