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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: June 16, 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 )
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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: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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: VOL.. 9":' NO 64. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JUNE 16, 1905 EIGHT rim

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"it JAP COLONIES ARE I WANTS LOCATION
land elsewhere la the city and to erect:
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WASHINGTON NAMED BELIGERENTS BRANCHING OUT FOR A COLONY WEST rUM BEACHTBBETTERSCHOOL thereon a modern school house UM ,

same to be either brick or stony
... From present Indications It will not
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Adolf Dittmann. the badness manager Mr. Metcalf supported the petition

HOLDING CONFERENCE be large long colonies before of there Japanese will be located several in : of the Manlaiman Temple Association by a short address In which he said
( AS PlACE OF that the signers of the
: and private petition werea
Dade county. Last fall it will be remembered secretary to Rev.
majority of the ow.en
ofWest
property ,
a small party of Japanese Dr. Otoman Zar-Adusht Hanlab. la at
Palm Beach and that there s
_ under the leadership of Joseph SakaL the Park Hotel to this I ,
._t city, says the would be no doubt of the election resulting
located at Boca Raton* and began f
to Chetoo and Paris Times-Union of yesterday. favorable should the Boar
rth Japan and Russia ,Object farming on a scientific and profitable Taxpayers Patition the School
bulL "MrDittmann comes to Florida for call one for the above school Improvement

'- Request That Our Own Capital Be Named. From all accounts the successes the purpose of Inspecting large tractsof Board to Hake Special there. He told of |ae necessity
of
aid Improving the pubU>> school and
; capped the greatest expectations and land far down the east coast with
... .. Tax District said. that the people stood ready to pay .
-.c- they are now preparing to enlarge a view to locating a colony. It is understood for It If the board would pave the
.WILL APPLY FOR CHARTER. their farms and products next season
that this colony Is to be made way. '
by planting larger areas of land and of
up members of Maxdaban societies
[AND PRESIDENT Street Car Franchise Holders WIU bringing in more settlers. This Is at and that it wiU be one of the largest Upon motion It was decided to heed
the Superintendent rwas
petition and the <
Ask for Letters Patent. Boca; Ratone but not satisfied with ever located In Florida if the land AId BuM Moden SeW-Boar4 Grants instructed to have the

their operations there it is said that which Mr. Dittmann goes to inspect Bequest and Orders Ekctlu Be election call published whereby petitionand ..
GRANTS THE SAME Within a few days the Metropolis colonies will be established at other proves favorable.
West Palm Beach win be made a spec
will publish the application of the. places, on J of which la at Delray. and "MrJXttmann has-been here for several Caled-Oiker Bohess ial school tax district
.\ .. < Miami Street Railway Co. to Governor where the laps have already acquireda
days and will leave today or next Transacted.West A resolution ,was presented '7CapL "
Broward for a charter to build operateand large tract of land from the Keystone day for West Palm Beach and Miami.

.. .,. .. maintain a street car system'both Plantation Co. and which will When be returns he, will laspect'ID- .. George from B.the Baker\V. t one Patm of the Beads committee '..

[Pressure BeingBrought to Bear in and outside the corporate'limits of be divided up Into farms and lota. other tract of land with tee same object Board of Trade requesting that Prof "

\"! the city of Miami to' as great a distance Those who have followed the opera- In view to theJ>orthern part of
|J On, Japan lo Reduce Amount as the corporation shall desire.The '.tions of 'the colony at Boca Ratone South Carolina"A Palm Beach U,to have a new C. V.of Wangn the high be school reappotate4 at that principal !

application also carries the speak in the highest terms of the perusal of the hotel registers today school site and modern and up-to-date place.
As the board had
not
gotten to the
7cf Indemnity Asked-Billion right to build plants for the generating thrift and enterprise or the,little men. showed that Mr. Dittmann had not public school building: to coat upwardof of teachers the

V Dollars Would 'Bankrupt 'Russia .of motive or other powers and They are indefatigable, workers and yet arrived In Miami, and as the above I I $::!SOOOllf the plan as now arranged wa appontment'received and filed. petition

the stringing of poles and. wires for labor early and late with the result says that he la to visit Palm Beach do not miscarry and there A from ,
are no petition the patrons ,0(
:f. and Disturb Finances of the conducting the said street car that they have accomplished good returns It is probable he stoppea off there before
_ reason apparent why they should. School No. 10. Lantana to remove
venture .
business. It shall also have the right to every undertaken.As coming here. "
Western I This fact at the school building to a more.antral Roes 4
developed
World. to .purehaae, bold encnmber4eaae. farmers they have pro1'el1" dept regular lion was granted. JThetprineipals l

I release-rent bargain,. sell and convey and their fields and crops last season DANIA'S FIRST INDIVIDUAL CAR. monthly meeting of the Dad County of the West Palm

"f. .both,real and personal propertyof were far above the average. School Board yesterday, the same
Beach and Miami public schools file ,
'hJ1' all kinds, and It may purchase and 'The Japeare'peaceable and quiet The first solid car of pineapples ever baring been Po-lpouecl from Tuesdayso their report of the work of the past '.

16-Kln1a&e1' hold, water power or powen. erect and and show an eagerness to learn and loaded by one Individual at Danlajua as to give the committee grading year, and the same being satisfactory 'r
.: WashingtonJune: maintain dams,'bulkheads and sluice outdo others. The residents at Boca I l I '
the been shipped to the reputable firm of the examination paper of the several were received. ,
kahira, of Japan called at Ratone have takel1'a great Interest to
for the of maintaining Its sasplant
and purpose S. J. Sligh a Co. of'Jacksonville by applicants for positions as school The Itemized estimate funds necessary -
this morning was '
House -
ute the colony and have lent them all
plants. ,
to the Presidents office. or Mr A. H. McFarUn. of that place. teachers time to finish and report upon for operating to*. 'the countyfor
j at once boats and aid possible, and Instead of opposing
It also dredgesand
own
.pre ure Is being Drought to bear may .Mr. McFarUn.la a retired locomotive them and was brought np. by Mr. the school year, beginning July 1IMS. .
hold std ntitee Umber landsaad their coming Into the onnty the people
..:JapanJ inloce.ber to fix the may I'' engineer formerly of New Tort City Guy L Metcalf. who presented to the was made, bat on account: of th* ,
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giving them all
build and mills are encourage.meat t
operate saw
amount indemnity at U Jew a flg- may and who recently came to Danla to board a petition signed by one hundred board not having the amount'of tax &
for the of lumber for to enlarge their number and operatloni'and .
ore la cub u poI bl'. The pressnre purpose sawing announcement'la engage In the profitable Industry to and forty of the tax. paying TOUTS of able property in the county before It. "
-" 1I'bsiac exerted especially by, the its own use and for sale.; It shall also the growing and marketing pineapples, :West Palm Beach and Which requested the necessary amount of village to be
have the to borrow money mad now made that the''colony will be
faropeaa governments, bat the Prell.t power and where he can spend a quiet and that the School Board make that levied could not,be ascertained tat
Issue greatly Increased daring the summerand '
dui,. is intimated has>also advised mortgages,to secure, the'AID" pleasant life. district' a special: school tax district the Information win have been la hand
and It' issue bonds and sell the that aU of them'-.n make'thelrpermanent '
:. J,paa that a moderation la her demsaId may This shipment speaks wen for Dan- Farther than this the petition re from the tax assessor aad the school
not oaly facilitate the negotia-I same and do sach;other and fartJaei.thInp. home In this county.., la aa a pineapple growing point and Is quested the oaerd to sell the present budget made np by Superintendent "i

I for peace baS weald be regarded ,.acts and" deeds as maybe' necessary no donot' the beglalng of the Industry school property at,that place and to Han before the next regular aeetmc

jitfa particular favor by.the powers.. for the ,successful conduction DELRAY, SUFFERS' : on an extensive seal there. boy a block: or suitable amoaat of of the'count eommlssoners.

_ Jca dollars weald seriously embarrass The application for this charter is

i St..Petersburg government,and made necessary:by, the grant of,the "" -- '. yw.?
'SBlftt i Urt the finances of .the .... city of Miami to B."B. Tatnm and asaoclatea Information has been ,received to .
the city of the burning last Wednesday
Is the to mamtaba
i western world Indeed it sage right .bnfld
.jte* that & payment. of. each a sum and operate" a street car one I over the night at.Delray,of the. warehouse of

tight, render Busts particularly streets of Miami and the tncocpora- the-Planters' Pack1ac'an.. Preserving

pc.. ton are given as J. R. Tatnm 8.: M.Tatnm Company, entailing' a loss of several .

Tho impression growing that w M..Brown. and'B.. -B.' Ta thousand dollars. ,
-Washington< will likely be the city tum.'r The origin'of the fire Is unknown :: :; I If 1" A Carload ofHamiltonBrown .. .; '
the ; } -
lelected for the holding of the peace and when' discovered entire build- "-;' ? ,

;'mferencel: The time of,the COD- RIFLES WILL SEND <0. tog was 'on fire1'and Icon beame'nmass F .
of.smouldering, embers. The
e will not be so important as
4: A'TARGET TEAM building,' which was formerly owned
of concern:: to the dlplo- w
place by the ,Montgomery., Packing Co.nad 1
Ifere It ia"also Aid that the .
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Last Monday;, the :Miami! Rifles recently been acquired by,the Plant-
>> "conference,will not likely began practicing"' Its shooting team ten,'hcklDt and 1'reMrtmc'Com
convened before the middle ofAugust
preparatory to sending represeota- pany and was to use by that company
and not until later, ,. Shoes
perhaps at the time of Its destruction.
lives to the State shoot to be held la8L ,
|lt will be the first of July before the''the Augustine.'and from which a team Thia'wu 'the first fire'Delray has

\. arrangements can be completed! win be selected to go to the National had and It naturally attracted a very
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shoot at. Sea Girt N. J, lathe falL, large crowd. .:,who were power less to '
rASHINQTON CHOSEN This'waa the decision of the company check or:subdue' the flames. It Is e x.

FOR PEACE CONFERENCE.' at'its 'meeting last 'week' aid probable the"hoaae will.'be rebuilt. at.. :'." '
'- -- the !'squad was chosen' .from .the once., j i. ; rte-:-. '. : t";" : r "
!,5i*_ .-*- -*._ '; : ? '
teat marksmen to the.eompaaT. it .
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,' Washington Jane 1 -The official! was also:decided! to erect temporary REAL, ESTATE IS STILL, ACT1CE Just Arrived AtSemi's' .
:aaaonneement U made that Washiaf-
tarpta'0It the'ed of the 'glades for :
chosen.toe location of .
>,ton has bee. Real and
conference between the 'prllmlnary shootagv and:not go estate keeps quite active

',.sotstke.otJapsud pane Ra.'".repre-The to' the,beach aa has been. the:custom uproot "of the fact that:our homepeople .
: fun of faith In"the future
nnoaneement earn la &be'fora of an In. the put. There:are a number of are
good shots lD'the'compuud If la of.Miami It will be noticed that they
statement Issued by Secretary .
ebby order of the President. The believed that some of them 'win 'be are' mating extensive investments. |,

men' follows: able. .to make the State team. On Tuesday report' was made of the Shoe Store .

.WIIea' the governments'were Previous. to' the' business I meeting sale of' the ;B.: ,B. Tatum residence "

BaMe to'agree upon eltber Cbefoo or of,August or.September. and It Is to Mrs. March. It now transpires that ,
'1'ariIlie President suggested the dim was held on' the streets,'about Mr. Tatnm took to part payment for

;..';'..4"" both governments have thirty-two mea turning out ,arid: being his place' the March cottage on' Fourteenth ". .

how requeued that Washington be received at each meeting three street, and today he made sale '
Jcbosen as the'place of meeting and being taken in last night Lieutenant of this house to Dr P. T. saaa.nil .

;till President accordingly has notified Cot ,C' 3s. 'Jtlllr" "' of' the Second property adjoins Dr.. Bkagga* other ..

boat" Russia and Japan that WaahiarSen .- Regiment; who'was :to: the 'city attended two residences.and the acquisition of Ao
has been so.elected.** after this gives him one of the finest properties
and reviewing the company -

expressed himself :'as' wen to the city.. Already he has began These goods are made ,by the largest and best shoe
'TEACHERS WHO PASSED extensive Improvements
pleased with the ,efficiency: .sad deportment by enlarging
:of the organization Individually his Avenue C 'r residence this

(The grading committee chosen to and u collectively.. ; being the made possible: by,.the.purchaseof house in the world. Try a pair and be convinced that M ,

i upon the examination of the sevf ,From BOW on the company win begin adjoining lot

applicants both white and colored, I preparing. for the encampment, to the'deal YI'.Tablm'beeoDiea the I a

i were examined last.week at'the which"la held during'the'latter, part owner of lots' 19,' 20 and !1. to block they wijl stand the Miami Rocks better and give you' more F

of 44.- OR', Fifth street formerly ernedbT'
school building; have finished the 'company' the usual ,weekly -

work and made their report, to the belief,that the company, win tarn Dr. Skagga '
trndentEE.HsiI1Tb. out 'a.larger muster than it' did last Messrs. 'J. H.',Tatnm Co. closed comfort for the monty'than any advertised in the world x

_ f' !.report shows .that out of the summer,when.It'made'sach' a creditable a deal this morning with Capt. A.. A. I -
a"taking the examlaatlon'that showing aad. won 'so' much Helnkel by which the latter becomes

but seven secured the necessary per- praise.' the owner of lot a block t to River-

: eeatage to entitle them'to a teacher's '.; They 'also report negotiationsunder

"certificate. The ,white teachers and Letters Patent Granted way, for several* other lots to this ,

tth. certificates secured were as follows Letters patent have been, granted addition. ,
; : for the Incorporation of the Miami Contracting Thia firm also sold another lot.to I

'n First gi do-ttr& I*. A. Fteeman.Rls- Company, .with,a 'caPita" of ErlcbOD'. addition yesterday. The aggregate -I John Sewell & fro.
and Miss Bath Richards Bo- $10,000. to conduct: the business of sum of these sales IsJ15,000: i

tscayae building- an kinds of structures wheth? Mrs...Louise Carpenter, of Cocoanut i 1 !

grade Mrs.-a Q.,Barney, er of, wood' 'or metal, stone brick'or Grove who has'been ill. for the putseveral ,

cement; & o'to'; construct streets, months; was to the city yester> !

Third grade Miss Amle I* Harris. sewers bridges;, ct'C.b.;: wharves, waterworks day., ,Miss Capenter's friends are rejoicing ,

Test Palm Beach.. sidewalks railroads,electric orcas over the''prospects that she
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fCclo-ed teachers, aH securing third lighting plants. 'W w: Front,, A. will soon be,:entirely' recovered: and .

xnde :certificates:+ Annie;U. Cannon, S. Joyner. C. W. Tene1e' and IL-A. win be able to circle among her acqualntsuces .
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Mamie L. Brooks and Alonxa McRae.Trapp are the IacorPoratcn .' lkCt


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I WHAT THEN? THAT NEW RECORD.It DADE CO. CONVICT./ "KIDS" WON 4 TO 0- 1 I VACATION
TIME.
t MIAMI! I Jt1 METROPOLIS i iI i I
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Now that peace negotiations are seems almost incredible to believe From "Leave-Overs in Interesting ,
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IS Published Every Friday In the Metrop- I about to be instituted between Japan ESCAPED FROM CAMP, TERROR and Exciting Ball iiarne. i
that it is possible for a railroad trainto SOUND ADVICE FOR ?
CULTURC
?. oils Building. and Russia the situation becomes per.
I speed! at the'rate of 127 miles per IZED CITIZENS AND FINAL.LY .
--'-r.- -- piecing and interesting, and even The most interesting game of base OF BOYS WHILE AWAY
LS.TaaeLfrrt. S. fideDettusec.ireas.I hour. Yet that such was accomplish
If though defeated on far a1l'a11and and KILLED. ball gaped In MlaoU this season was j FROM SCHOOL.
ed by the Pennsylvania Railway's New
I Ii I The >Kiml Prints Company. in distant seas Russia apparently York and Chicago Ipeelalesterday, Is that of last Thursday wt1l"eenl ,.

holds the upper hand and will no doubt the ")Uaml ildr" aDd a team styled .J
f entered at the Postoffice at Miami undeniable and forces all the more
do In the of The Tltusville Star gives the fol the "Leave-Over," and the"Klds"
more dictating making though
I_ 51*., lit second-class matter. clearly the realization that nothing is Vn terms than her victorious enemy. impossible this Jay and time. lowing account of the conduct of squeezed out a victory by the with Boys"In' vacation time
it 1tS
pub- Suppose, for Instance, that Japan de- Henry Williams a Dade county convict score of 4 to 0, they have but little
Th most Southern newspaper The running of a train at this high Tampa' Tribune gives this timer/,,
? mands as the price of peace heavy who escaped from the State to brag about
*** Itched on the mainland of the United speed breaks all previous record time and sound advice: ,
indemnity, the abandonment of Vladivostok camp near that place two weeks ago For several Innings neither teamscored
! State for railroad travel and' the
"" question Simultaneously with the arrival et.
,
and the vacation of Manchuria? : and which resulted in his being killed and it began to look like there '
t arises, to what speed will railroading the vacation season>fter school to<>**
I One year............'...........$2.00 This is what she would probably do. Thursday: r would be a cttt of gwse eggs for '
become practicable, possible and probble. comes the problem bf what to do with|
7 SIX B.OLlhi.....................1.00 Suppose Russia should decline and But few The negro convict Henry Williams, both tiles, but luck finally came to
a very people will say boys during the summer month Audit '
t Those 'paying In advance will recelv should. continue to fight until forced who escaped from the Delesplne camp the KIds" and they scored one, two. .
that they care to ride so fast out in Is a question of Importance one_
a year's subscription for $U0. out of Vladivostok and Manchuria? the first of last week, gave some of three, four times, though the runs
the bustle and hustle and
race through that presses for solution. A citizen at'
and all moiths' subscription for 76 Would she be in any worse condition the citizens a genuine surprise Sunday were made upon errors "y the "Leave- '
life but small number
a of them would Tampa asled'thla question a few daysj
l cents This it a liberal discount to Indec"strictly than if she were to accede to the demands morning. He Drat entered the overs" at a critical stage of the
object to or refuse to patronize a train ago declaring that it was toDimnb:
residence of Mr. G. E. PritchetUwhere
advance payments indicated? She would be wprse game.
of such high speed, when it became lathe
matter ot great.concern maj>?
off only to the extent of the cost of be gorged himself with food and stolea There were a number of exceptionally .! .
FRIDAY'JUN): 16, 1905. necessary for them to travel from one Jority of cases the summer vacatto.i .
.
f pair of pants from )lr. Johnson,
contInuing the war until forced back good plays made during the
place to another fact they would I a loafing spell with the city boys ,
Into her own territory a cost which the drug clerk, who rooms there. He game and the game was interesting -
Our old friend McGlnty Is said to rather prefer such .a train far the and many of them are led to Corm'habltl
she can stand, and the loss of a few then went to the Taylor cottage, on throughout mainly because It was a
be learning the Russian language down sooner would their Journey be accom that are anything: but good
; thousand men which In Russia is of the river bank and awakened Mrs. good contest and. because it was free '

below. mall consequence. plished. Leonardi by putting his hand under of the unnecessary nd disagreeable them. _,"
It it evident that the
day of fast railroading tb' .
'r Suppose after fighting until forced her pillow looking for money. She kicking that Eai chraclerized and It is not strange that ghtfI
4 is is at hand and that the record
resort proprietor -
The summer
much concerned :
called to her son, Clark who came patents are aboa'
to> fall back on her own territory Japan disgusted people in put games.
for 'em at prices to sun-Dim- made yesterday will prove an incentive this critical la',
ready their boys at period
from with
should demand an Indemnity of a an adjolnng room a pistol The teams lined up as follow.:
self. to other railroads to do likewise their lives. It to the formative '
and fired at tbe retreating negro justas "Miami Kids" perylod.
thousand millions or any other amount -Marvlck, c.; Dillon,
ea and defeat the new record. The "
a greater or smaller; and suppose Rus- he bolted through the door and p.; WUson, 1st b.; Bnrdlne, Id b.; and la many instances has a,
+ Petersburg did well to celebrate next year or two should see some remarkable life. How i
after
St. the
made good his escape. The shot Fraakenfleld 3d b. .. strong bearing on
ala should reply: "Go to I am on my penetrated ; Pedd,, .;pg.
before the newt of the :battle revelations m train speeo then to it that habits otj
a victory the side of the important ,
own. territory. I have vacated ilanhuria building Justto mar, l.f. ; Hilt c.f.; Clopton r.f.
and schedules, and it win not be far
s armed. t and have left nothing bu/dead the left of the door. Monday night Leave-Overs" Handle c.; Rice, industry and thrift. Instead of Idleaeas;
distant when 70 and 80 miles an hour
4 men's bones behind. I wUl pot pay a he entered the home of Ed Gruber p.; Yanlandlngham, 2d b.; Padgett.1st and laziness J>a cultivated. \
has been arrested will be common schedules throughoutthe ;
A Sanford negro ingle ruble or kopeck U Indemnity about a mile out of town and helped b.; Chase, 34 b.; J. Sharp "-..; It Is a question that presents
for stealing a water melon. And' negro entire country.PERSEVERANCE. sides but after all there to .'1
only oo
himself to eatables. No track of him l.f. c.f. ;
If you want any Indemnity yon will Melga. ; Sharp, ; Simpson,
|- loves a watermelon tioi! Ain't It : have to come to Russia for It" What could be made up to this time u there right field.CITY'S side to be considered aerloualy-W>'>

ashameTGalnecvUle i would Japan do? She-could hardly af- IN ADVERTISING were no blood hounds nere. On Tuesday right side. What constitute' :

I ford to Invade Russia How would she night a posse fired a number of HEALTH IS PHENOMENAL right side must be determined br, ths
has passed an ordinanceto shots the parents of each Individual boy. 11.
at
compel the payment of an Indemnity? Perseverance in the make-up of men negro U he ran away

st bond that city In the ton of $60.000G May not Russia feel that It Is cheaperto Is largely responsible for their lUeoceu from them on the raUroad track near "The health of the city to phenonnally pubic system can be 'Inauguratedfin l

for public Improvements. Miami Intends Maytown. but missed him. good in to the bllL and no general policy i ibe'
fight to the last and retire to her or failure. When an advertiser fact It the beet at
s : doing the same thing at some own territory and refuse to pay Indemnity begins to think that advertising Is the After that he made his way back the present Urn and corresponding adpted that 1I'111l11eet the etaergaarjcy.

future day.- than to yield BOW and be forcedto sure road to fortune he puts an advertisement toward this place and oa Wednesday period la the year that I have ever A great deal depends upon

4 pay Japan's war expenses? If she In the papers and wants be was right in MImi settlement Yesterday Hen or known it to b*." training of boys. If. before they p
JlON.ou 10,000 persons attend about the noon hour he was This the away to school they were taught respectfnl -'
loses Vladivostok she has lost an In quick[ returns. If he farts to get remits was statement of Dr. James
i L alght schools la Chicago. These night the Orient and there wonlJ be left BO on the first or second insertion suddenly caught up with la the saw M. Jackson Jr agent of the State obedience to the wishes ot.).
doing beneficent work. grain about half a mile north of Mimi Board of Health their parents and la school the came
schools are a reason for paying: an indemnity. How he feels disappointed, stops advertising for this section: and

They afford many young' people who would Japan proceed to make her pay and then swears that advertising by CaPt. Dunn and Win McCunough. incidentally physician of the City of hlng with regard to discipline to ea,
:
h )most work during the day for a llrlng if ahe refused! I to a faUure-a fake. He Immediately showed fight but had ,. Miami to the query of a Metropolis forced. It wffl not be hard la the ja

I aa opportunity to get an education. _. Another man who has no gun. After being fatally shot he reporter this morala*. anon time to get the boy to do thiagal
perseverancedoes i that will make for his welfare rather]
succeeded In cutting Capt. Doaa'i
HOWl THIS? not get disappointed but keeps Continuing, the doctor said: "I do "
.' According to the .Galnesrille Sun. at It, and at the end .of the year, when finger u the latter went to strikinghim not believe there to a case of fever of than his! ruin. '
'the of that section will be over the head with the butt Don't theorize too mulL.
of kind
peach crop What do yon think of this? We counting up his shekels he finds that any la Miami today or that thereto
s cut far abOrt of early predictions by would like to hear Togo and Oyama his perseverance has been rewarded. his pistoL a tingle case of any other"serious waste time looking tad listening.

climatic conditions. This Is evidently answer. Comparing his expenses for advertising The body was brought here about Illness prevalent There are a few. some unheard of plan for taking < ,.
that Florida has I o'clock when an Inquest held of the boys In summer. If hav
not intended to mean was by stomach disorders and ills among eMJ- they
We have private information to the and the Increase la the business,
peaches enough.IsMiami Dr. Wilson and the body was taken dna but they are of such been "taught right and have
effect that the Japanese fleet was not he finds the balance Is on the right aa insignificant -
commanded by Togo except In a nominal side. to the convict camp at Delesplne. for nature that.medicaL attention to sense the problem can be solved.1'
r, : going' to let.every either buriaL hardly necessary." them to work. It does*'t matter put
sense.. The real commander, the Back. of every result there Is a
1 .town In the State get ahead of her by directing genius, was Capt. Gibson of reason. This was his third escape from the "The same general health conditions Ocularly whether It to la th* llae',
Fourth of July'celebration lasome camps and everyone felt relieved profession that the man <
having a Tnckaleeche that prevail throughout the county. Three young
t. ,Cove. The Captain Is To be successful In business thee reasons ;
k mailer or pther? It really looks the desperate negro to out of the way. cases of smallpox baTe developed to enter after he has left college
also directing the operations of for success are earnestness, energy
like our citizens are not over-Imbued \ among the railroad hand engaged lathe : farm to a good place sad la reach'nearly
land forces.
Japanese It will be noted perseverance, and concentration. '
4 With-patriotism 'or. appreciation of has extension Vork at Larkin but It to everybody. And It.affords'variety :
that the Japanese army been quiet Between (these and achievement to STATE ENCAMPMENT.
: this great national day. during the past several weeks. This advertising, of such a mild'typethat. no danger of healthful exerctoe. It.p*

was because Capt Gibson.transferredhimself tenus either case. It Is confined othe' boy close to nature ant the

Those who" are familiar with conditions to the Japanese fleet for the Jacksonville WUl Likely Be Chosen tirely to negroes the majority of whom I close to God. fIt '"

.In Russia assert that then are purpose of wiping up Rojestvensxy. As RIVERSIDE TO JAKE i ON BOOM u Rendezvous of F. S. T. are from Jacksonville where the disease to In the cases of the clty'i' -

'millions cf Russians who do not knowthat soon as he finishes making an official l Is prevalent among their race town youth that the question of

'their country.is engaged iD wax report of the captured, dead and The building Riverside has begun nearly alt the time. I have taken these to do with the boys become a.

with Japan. The> Czar, however, has wounded he will return the army and the chances are that there will be Jacksonville's chances for the cases !in hand. said Dr. Jackson, "an d I lone problem. The problem

beard' about "it tohngh he does not and direct its march against Ina e- I quite a number of good dwelllngerect- State encampment are exceptionally apprehend no trouble whatever In'I I greater because too many tare

"\ seem to profit by the'news. vitch. The modest but invincible Captain ed there during the next sixty to ninety bright and the Indications, are that managing the disease. I am going reared like hothouse punts.;

writes us that he thinks he will I days. this city will entertain the soldier down to that section tomorrow and their parents regard It u beneath 1

The:Wubtngton Post is authority be able to complete the annihilation Mr. C. 8. Vlblen has already started boys this summer. The officer of I thoroughly examine,all the men ana dignity. to do work that win soil i

for the statement that Mr. Carnegie of the Russians and return to. East work on a neat callage located e n the State militia are of the o>piabathat J''their camps and shall take what measures hands and clothes. Get that' fsfacp

has presented King Edward with adlplodocus. Tennessee in time to sow wheat Fourteenth street and Avenue K. i Fairfleld. opposite the OstrichFarm. 11 I deem necessary to stamp It out out of your minds. Get a small tara"

We may fairly assume Nashville American. The beautiful lots fronting the river the site used two years ago to I In qualifying this disease Dr. Jackson of eight or tea acres :.i let the boys]

that in presenting his majesty a gift' so at the corner of Eleventh street are admirably adapted for camping purposes I said that while It bean the name work ca It la summer. Let they'

rare and:'costly. Mr.' Carnegie is bidding i GILCHRIST VS. THE FAIR. quite a number of good dwellings erect being at the terminus of the ,:of smallpox that the affliction to so grow and develop muscular power

,for a ..title.Ve. .had not suspected lion of a modra home for Mr. S. MTatum street car lines and the grounds ov1 I:,1 light and. so vastly different from the Let them get brown U berries. Xet!|

{slut Mr.Carnegie was,the possessor I the plans for which' are now,. erlooldng the St John river The :more violent form of the disease as them feel and se* the fore of ... -

of diplodocns.. .. The DeSoto County News takes exception recent session of the State tare in the-
a being drawn by the well known architect Legislature prevail la the north that many a soil the growtjg plaatl

.. to the statement of the Tampa Mr W. C. DeGarmo. appropriated $30,000 for camp I case escape attention and that the> and the sunshine the rain. the storm,

BJ'the: way the South Florida papers ;Tribune that It would oppose the Hon. Several other lot-owners are getting purposes,' and, with plenty of funds afflicted frequently are able to attend These things make folks. After a i I

are pumping It Into the Hon. Albert I Albert W. Gitchrlst, speaker of the ready to build right away and the on hand the military leaders and the their work and never be confined, mer on the farm the boy goes

W. OUchrtst;that gentleman probabl1 I House of Representatives, for any public work of paving additional street soldier boys generally are somewhat hence the fact that there Is absolutely to school In the fall wlttt a atrosget

k wishes he had not put himself on. office he seeks because he'oted and putting In water works will be encouraged. No date has been named no cause for alarm. body and purer mind Better prepa.:'J

record as opposing the South Florida against the Tampa Fair project' and commenced within a very short time for the holding of the encampmentbut ed to pursue his studies with vlgoc/i

'Fair appropriation.. ,CUchrist is. evidently ,defends the General 'in the following making Riverside a ICen.'of activity It to generally thought it will takeplace SENATOR HUDSON AT HOME. and with a lesson of life that .inJfc.|

: a dead one In that neck of the I manner, all of which being true, puts the latter part of August abide with him during the

woods. 'What Importance little things I a new phase on the situation and Jacksonville, being accessible to Wbrd was received Monday thai yeats. "'
.to INCREASING
;; sometimes assume!. should force the Tribune Into silence: BUSINESS. all portions of the State by Its excellent Senator and Mrs.Hudso would return

;; I The Tampa Tribune has it In for Demands Dade i. transportation facilities, is a from Tallahiase that evening antS FLOOD IN MISSOURI '

Admiral Dewey has told 'em an Gen A, W. GUchrist for voting againstthe County Furniture Co. point that makes many in Favor of arrangements were at once made to

about the way Togo whipped Rojest"vensky Tampa Fair' appropriation bilLThe to Add Another. Story. this city. Then the liberal
manner xive them a welcome at the depot a.s' Causes Los of Lift and Several
.1 and in every' particular the Tribune, without waiting to hear In which Jacksonville treated the they passed through on their way tTlbbaU. o lion Dollars Damage.

1 fight came out Just U he had predict what Ge'neral'Gl1chrlat had to ssy Finding that they have Insufficient Florida soldiers during their slay! says the Fort Pierce New a

ed. Admiral Schley however has not about the matter, came out flatfootu edill room and that the demand to stead here two years ago has been remembered As the train pulled Into the depot HannlbaL Mo, June 12- -The,

been heard from on the subject and and declared that if the Gel eral ever I growing for larger and more adequate and all of the military companies : the band struck up an inspiring air flooded Mississippi river has 'aj

be has any opinion he 'It keeping It'to ran for office It would be against him. quarters, Messrs..C. )[. Brown are talking Jacksonville fortbe and the handsome Senator come out over the unprotected territory and I
himself. It's difference In the't1l'o Along these lines the DeSoto & Son proprietors of the Dade County 'State
) the County encampment Jackson on the platform and shook. hands river la now from five to eight tauter
'L men; one seeks notoriety and the News has a few words toff toy. When the Furniture Company located 011 rule Metropolis. with the throng of people who ha d wide between hre and Keokuk. A
.a other cotuts obscurity. the question of holding fair at t north side of Twelfth Street, and
the gathered and filled the platform and farmer was drowned near Alexandria
I adjacent to the Fort Dallas National i
Tampa next winter came up, the News | CROP CONDITIONS. yard. Mrs. Hudson was also the ear' and other persons are reported mlas5i.g
Bank
{ 'Two editors are eandl.dates declared in favor of that have decided to add another
newspaper 'city and.tated tre of an admiring group of ladles and A fi.tt cumber tf dead i aatuih'are
.; for Governor, of Georgta-CJark i that if the fair was held there, story to their build. gentlemen and all congratulated them floating past Hannibal and rep

4j Howell of the Atlanta Constitution,I De Soto would send an exhibit that the This addition will be.the. same meal "I have recently visited the various i on the brilliant record made by Senator K its of large inure in live stock bate

and Col! J.H. Esttll.: of the Savannah Judges could not pass-up.: We also the present building-17x120 fen groves in this section" said a well Hudson and especially on his el(. been iecelved.t .

r" News. Hon. Hoke Smith,- wbo'fu not stated that De Soto county did not get It ornamental will be built front of native stone with known citizen this morning, "and I''. tort. In feting the county divided. Athe The rlvar cont'nne rising ket

a newspaper man, but was former l a square deal In the last fair, and she and well ventilatedand find conditions most gratifying. All of close of the first number of thi the rate of thi-e lashes aa hour ajid ,

proprietor of the Atlanta Journal and did not! None of the premiums that will-be used as a store, repair an I the young citrus fruit-grapefruit and band a vigorous cheer was given for property k.as has already rein;
fitting
., who was Secretary of the Interior la she won have ever been paid to this room. The work of erectioiwill orange--are In excellent conditions the Senator by the entire crowd. +everal inEUrn.dollars.. ""

;j : Cleveland' Cabinet is also a candi day and that fact might account for be started within the next week and look healthy and hardy Mr. Hudson declined to make an; tT

'4 date.The' contest promises to be General Gilchrist's' opposition. De I I or ten days and the addition to a' "The older groves are holding their talk as they were an tired from their PAUL MORTON MADE CHAIRM/

somewhat animated.. Why good ne wt Soto County was buncoed out of what pected to cost in the neighborhood of fruit well and the indications are that Journey, but promised to be here on

1, paper men want to be Governor Is oneof she should have had and the Tampa $3.000.: the crop will be decidedly increased In the Fourth of July and make one of New York June 10.al Morton,

the mysteries politics.J Tribune knows it.. Looking at Smatter this section next season. The alligator his best speeches This will be a who was last night elected chairman

.. In that light Is It strange that AN APPRECIATED COMPLIMENT pear crop will be medium, probabl1 treat looked forward to with pleasure of the board ot directors of the Equitable

& Loolt'on the br.gbt. side 'of thir rag. General GUchrist, a native of De Soto,, not as good as it was last season, and every resident of St laude county Life Assurance Society; saW

: ..There. bright side to most everything Mould oppose a city, who had treatedhis "No newspaper In Florida, has made though it ordinarily should show an I ought to come to Fort Pierce to give +hat he will take charge of, hit new

!: There Is a: silver lining to ev> county in the manner stated! The more rapid advancement in recent Increase. I don't know what causeis him a royal reception !ntie aa soon as he can b* relieved

cry cloud Why not-find the bright News can tell a few more things about months than the Miami Daily Metropolis assign this to unless It be me fact I Having sold his home place at TI b >f those as Secretary of th.Culled

', spots In life and look, at them? Why that Tampa fair that would interest which Is now recognized as 'hat the copious showers coining atthe i i ball Senator Hudson is obliged! too fates Navy. ., i

-. ':weary the eyes cuing' 011 the gloom persons who contemplate exhibiting one of the leading afternoon papers time they did caused the buds t i I i give it up July let and he expecttse''o Mr. Morton said that his. reatgiatloa "

and clouds while there are hosts of at the next fair. De Soto county accepted of the. State. The Metropolis appeared develop too quickly, in which c i !' locate in MiamI. where he will prac- from the President's cabinet

beautiful objects before us? Smileand the conditions as they existed Saturday afternoon in tonne" page they did cot hold well" tire law. although that has not been aec omes effective July t but that bed

make the people around you lap- after theSFair'and, In a dignified way form carrying creditably half tone The mango crop, the gentlemanraid ;i definitely decided Hundreds of peo- 'XWCtI to pay considerable attention rf

pier. 'Tour,chances In the next Troriawin kept sllent, bnt the Tampa Tribune illustrations and several panes of neatly would be good, in fact largerthan ;I pie In Fort Pierce have expressed the o Equitable affairs from DOW on.

be much better far every bit of had better keep quiet about GeneralGUchrist. displayed! advertising. The Metropolis had been anticipated. Some of 1 wish that be would locate here anatmau7 d Director Lbas. Stuart Smith a>Utl/ |

good cheer and sunshine yon scatter if she wants her midwinterfair is all that Its name implies and this fruit is now on tbe market D \ have urged him to do to. H "he action of lbs director )s' J*&

in this big beautiful world.-Fort to be a success and not try to deserves the success with which It the cultivated mango has not yet developed ,! is .thought that be could build up a'j irans the mutnalliatioa of the con>:'

t, Pierce News. Tub It la. Is meeting. Tropical Sun. !In any quantity. I fine practice In the new county. pay's interest." ,frt

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r MIAMI RIFLES FROM FERTILE FLORIDA. CHARTER BILL SIGNED. WVWVWVf VWVWVWWVl>V JVUVUV

l' HOLD FIRST SHOOT Governor. Broward has signed\ the [ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSAdministrator's
What They Are Doing In the Land 01 I I
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't$ to Practice for State Team Miami city charter bill and the same *
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Out Of
+- Honors Went Out Monday.tlT the Grapefruit and Pin becomes operative' at once. Notice CommissionHas

SI', The charter, however, will not. effect
J : In Court. of County Judge State of.
I The new packing house. at BeHevlews the present office holders who by its
of shoots
The first of a series weekly Florida. Dade county In re Es-
;"b7 the Miami Rifle for the purpose'! In operation DOW.Watermelo.n. provisions will hold. over. until the tate of. Elijah Smith. .,
I election the fourth
';-of qualifying a team to be sent to are being shipped in regular general on To. all Creditors Legatee, Dlstributeesjmd -

1 tbe State shoot at St. Augustine late carload lots. from Leelbu Monday. In October next, when a fullboard All Persons Having Claim your Watch or Clock stopped? '
of officiate will be elected and
,11 August and at which a team will : Watermelons. are being shipped from ther term under the bill. or Demands Against Said Estate: Bring it to do the
begin new us we best Mod
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ibe> chosen to represent Florida at the 1 You and each of. you. are hereby ,
f A;national shoot at Sea Girt. N. J. in I Lake Helen' in carload Iota. notified. and required to present any of Repair Work It
have
'; of. Ankle, Stiff Neck Lame yo' not
v September wu held yesterday after-i There II a good crop oranges Sprained claims and demands which you. or

Z: aoon.at the new range on the edged i around Pine Level and the groves are Shoulder. either of. you may have against the seen Our..New Side Combs & high '

the Everglades, a few miles west I looking welLGaineavllIe These are three common. ailments estate of Elijah Smith deceased late

:RIf! the city.Several I will have a large watermelon for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is of. Dade county, Florida. to the undersigned grade watches you are doing yourself
e : members of the company,' I especially valuable. If promptly applied administrator of said estate "
Including Capt Jaudon and First Lieu- crop this year. The melons are it will save you time money within two months from the date an injustice : : : : :

tenant Brouler went out and fired tenshots ready to ship. and suffering when troubled with any hereof.

;: each at both"the two. and three Jensen has been visited by soaking of these ailments. For sale by Red Dated May 30. 1905.D. .

?hundred yard ranges but owing to it rains which have been of much benefit Cross Pharmacy and all medicine deal- E. Smith Administrator.
,
1 the first practice and the range to the pineapple crop.Mayor ers. 2-St..' H. T. 'Whaler The, Jeweler12th

-being of temporary structure and low DozIer of Leesburg. II makeIng ,

1';I tr the ground the scores: were rather! extensive shipments of vegetables AN ALLIGATOR STORY. Notice for Publication. Street; Miami .

h samaieV than bad been expected. There from his Alta Vista truck farm. Department of the Interior. .

1 I*' good material In the team how. Two. McIntosh growers shipped a carload Hunter Had Narrow Escape From a Land Office at Gainesville Fla,

"er, and it is confidently expected of squash recently which netted Mother Saurian. May n, 1905.

HE'that a number will be able to make the them $4 a crate These growers have Notice Is hereby given that the fol-.
One of the most thrilling stories
":required scores 36 at the 200 yard five acres In squash. that correspondent has heard owing named settler has filed noticeof F. W. HAHN
jivad 30 at the 300 yard range to par- The first peaches were shipped from your his Intention. to. make commutation
since coming here deals ,with an alligator ,
'Jtlcplate In the State shoot Lake Helen last week. They were the
proof in support of his claim, and that
,. Bldwels and Lu- hunt The hero.!Is a resident of Architect
The scores were u follows: Jewel variety. Early said proof will be made before. John. and Builder.
his section and casually mentioned
,
Two hundred yard range hers are filling out well B. Rellly, U. a Commissioner. at Miami
Private Campbell 0. -9. Tons 'o.f. squash are being ,shipped the Incident but the whole story was Fla.. on. July 8, 1905 viz: Maria I now nave m my employ. one of the bet .
from the St.
drawn him
.5;,Private Worle,. 0.0-0. from the section around CrescentClty.The finally says Florence. Gazzam, of Homestead. Pit, draftsman in the South and am better
:Lieutenant Brossier, 16.14-30. steamer which leaves Crescent Augustine record. Hd. 316C5 for. the southeast prepared than ever for furnishing plan
"* "He, with a friend went to the lower quarter and detail for. '
trip. buildings fine cabinet
; Private Archer. 6.6-12. City is loaded every section. 34, township EC south, range3S food
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end of the San Sebastian river to work etc.
now headquarter
beIng
Captain Jaudon 16.13-28. Dally shipments of peaches are .
east He names the following witnesses for. turned
Glenwood.J. an alligator. cave which they had previously work scroll sawing and all
Seville and
Corporal Peacock. H.IG-ZO. made from .
to prove his continuous residence work .
usually done in
a r1.sT'CLAas
located. had intention
They no
...?. Sergeant Savage 12-lb-28. C. Robinson, of the former. place, upon and cultivation. of. said planing mill
of tackling big 'gators but were
Private Gibson. 14.17-3L expects to make a crop which will add, vlx: Send
; after the little fellows. only a few me your order for doors and win-
Three hundred yard range- net him 6000. Ceo. W. Kosel, of. Homestead. Fla.
,. Private Gibson.*4.4-S. It is estimated that $1.200 worth. of Inches long. To their delight on arriving F. M. Spencer, of Homestead. Fla. dow frames ballusters, brackets etc

i1 Sergeant Savage.14-17. melons. are being shipped from Wan- at their destination they beheld Anna L. Meeker of Homestead. FJa. and be convinced MIAMI FLA
,: b Private Archer. 0-0. chula dally. That Is not so bad for. a over a score of little aanriana at the Frank Kanan, of Homestead. Fla ,

tk Captain Jaudon. 1.15-U, small town where melons are more entrance to. the cave. One of. the 6-2 to 7-7 W. O. ROBINSON .
lunters scrambled down. the s
to
S 'Corporal Peacock 8.8-16.Lieutentant or less a side line. cave Register.
: : Cocoa of the while the other stood guard with a
a s I Brossier.""' 11. J. E. Mitchell of agent ---
Three of the marksmec. Privatemp6ellWorley (ndlan Rlver and Lake Worth Pineapple gun. The former grabbed the little Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Tomato
\; and Lieutenant Bros- Growers' Association estimatesthe reptiles by the handful and wu throw. WrappersDon't : a
them into sack when heard
ng a ue a
East '
''.aler had never shot before. The first Coast pine crop at 175,000 Creditors legatees, distributees and
warning shout. from his friend simultaneous wait till *
about one-fourth. of the ard
ma4e very small scores, but Ueutea- crates or a crop. all persons having claims or demands tomatoes
Brossier,came out second vita a Many of the potato growers are dIa- with a fierce bellow. He against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp, ripe before orpering
forward just u aa eight-foot
',scare of, 80 out of a possible 50 ta courageVl over results this year: and sprang
deceased are hereby notified to BEST"
present per.V have THE
gator launched herself at him. The : ;
of them will not.
plant again.
Ole,200 yard shoot la the 300 yard many
the same to the undersigned
huge saurian secured the best of
I shoot he only shot flv*'thnes,but mad There are others, however. who. are part .
the hunters' trousers and took within two years after the first publication Manila
hopeful. and will it another away Wrappers ;
'11. 'his total scores Indicating thazbe. more give
whirL his desire for allgator hunting. He of this notice, falUlIC' which,
f '.. ODe of eom1nc'marameD
... JaIl to his who the same will be pleaded la bar of
owe escape friend
cr'the company.N Some extra large onions have been made and our prices are right. Order now
load of buckshot into the their demands.
poured a
-tl t grown at Zolfo. Crawford Crews, a '
there exhibited four which mother 'gator u she Jumped at her Henrietta Trapp art
:'/' Secret About It. weighed grower five and one-quarter pounds. Intended victim. Impeding her progress Administratrix of the Estate of Caleb E1UG : : S &;, 0<:>.
3>It to ao secret that tor bans '
cats. sufficiently
slightly, but to enable UjTrapp.; deceased.
The largest weighed one pond and
.taJ en; fever sores, eon'eyes boOa.
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the hunter to .
Cocoanut Fla.
and escape. : Grove. it
13 ounce was a magnificent specImes.
[etc U
nothing
80 effective u BnckIcal Irt
Cocoanut Grove. P1*. 5-M-9t
{ Arnica Salva. "1t dldat take long .
[.to car a bad son bad. and It Is alt.2o Fort Lauderdale is very quiet BOW STUNG BY MAN-O.WAR.

:. K. for sore', eyes" writes D. I* that the tomato season Is over. This Notice to Creditors. Wilson & Flye

Gregory, of Bop.,Texas. Sic at all baa been an excellent year for the Experience of a Surf Bather Near 8t .
trackers and nearly all of them have Augustine. I.: Court of, the County Judge State of .

-l made good money. When It come to Florida.In D.AUU t. ,

"4n. growing fine tomatoes Fort Lander re Estate: of. P. L. Fay, Deceased
case of the Florida East Coast Nearly everybody' Miami 1* familiar
i-Xaflway against; Harry Hopkins. dale has the world beaten. with those little blue globule, a Dade County Pit Staple Groceries Fruits ;

Charged with pilfering certain article The vegetable season 1* practically specie of the Jelly fish that wash To all creditors legatees distributees ;

cf Jewerly from baggage while la traa- over. at Clermont. and shippers did not ashore on the Florida coast and are and all persons having claims or TOBACCOSAND

J Bit,: again postponed ttntn .'June do u well u expected. Watermelonsare pretty to look at 'but uncomfortableto demands against said estate: Ton. and

;'ld. Mr. Harks the railway attorney moving from there now la large handle. They bear the formidable each of you are hereby notified and CIGARS

}notified the. court .that"the "principal quantities. Brantly Bra, C. H Wilson name of Spanish or Portuguese man required to present any claims and ;

.'.;prosecuting witness A.,W.. Masters C. H. Goodenou I.- B. Jones o'-wsrs, and the St. Augustine Record demands which yon or either of you Avenue D and 14th St. MIAMI. FLA.

; of Chicago was unavoidably detained and R. C. Hooks are among the largeshippers thus tells of how one gave battle and may have against the estate of P. L. _AIaa4I'". ,

<.1!. and that be wished for a conOnuLanos : did up a bather at that place: Fay. deceased late of Dade county
.
'' The Pasadena Farmers' Club met at ""Adolpho Florida to the undersigned administratrix
..: ,of,the case. This lit.MacWU- Alveres a Spanish cigar
<\:llama the attorney for the' lefead- Dade City last week to'discuss general maker, while bathing yesterday at of said estate within two years

,"ant- objected to"OB" mccouat: of his co d1tIOI1I. The truckers have had South Beach was severely stung from the date hereof. I

i client having been subjected to a pre.fIou big crop but returns have been 'onsatlstactory twice by a Porturueaem.dwar., a Dated. May 17th A. D. 1905. We Want Every Grower R

delay on account of Mr. MacWUflams' mostly caused many believe specie of Jelly fish. 5-19-5 MART E. FAT

: absence Judge Cooper howla by lack of organization.' Steps The young man ba4'tarried In the R. H. Seymour Admiaistrttrtx.

fC.ever. view of the Indulgence will be taken toward forming a truck- breakers until nearly all other bather Attorney for. Administratrix.

l;granted the defendant due to his at ....' organization!. of some kind. had left and was enjoying the exaQaratloa IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

.:.teener's. absence'treated' the other Monday night the Seaboard Air Line I afforded by being tossed by Notice for Publication. C

,,:side likewise by granting them time hauled out of Galaesvffle It solid carloads i the great billows. when, before he noticed ra'
',;ln .which to' have Mr. Matters hen of encumbers. Five cars were i It, the fish, which was being Department of the Interior Florida. VaotabU"-A complete saaawa of Florida stool '

8t',Augustine Record.' from the growers of the Gainesville carried ashore by the currents fastened Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. I i Florida Orarcs -Of special Satsnst to orange ........ !'

district coming from points sooth oa I Its long fin-like feelers'on his .. May 15, 1905. -Florida Btnwb*rrfee.--... Booklet oa "Soil Varieties CUttvattM>

Huge 'Task. that line.. The cucumber movement i right arm. Inflicting a very painful Notice Is hereby given that the fol Fartfllsatlon."

It.was a hag task to undertake the from that section has been exceptionally I wound. In his attempt to free himself ; lowing-named settler has fled notice. of Irish Potato."-A Booklet on 8011. Seed Planting and CatttrataM BOsar

,of such a bad 'eaH:ct.kidney heavy this season but price have his right leg came in contact with his intention to make commutation : of Fsctmssn Digging u4 Safeplac.Pl .- '

f disease, u that'of c.r.coD1 r. of Cherf not been encouraging-Fratt and Produce other feelers and he suffered another proof in support of his claim and that i Mppl Fsctfttslac.--Oi dai Interest to ptaasppto tt swers

okee,la, but Electric Bitter did It News. puncture. The unfortunate man "suf; said proof win be made before. John B. .14eaJBoot ahovtac an ow dKtsnat kraads. aaalr*. fttatvte

';\He write*:'*My kidney were so fargo.e fered excruciating pain before friends I Rellly. United States Commissioner at ,

{\ I could not alt oa a chair with. A Bad San got him up to the pavilion and admin! Miami. Fla. on. Jane 38,190b'vis: K w and lUvtoad Edition* of the above loot publish S.Mt free for the i 1ifr_

.ji aft 'a cushion:' aDd suffered from istered allaying salves and bandages.The David A. Smith jot Miami Fla.. Rd.
i dreadful backache headache.; aad depression Some day you will get a bad scare sting of -the 'Man-o'-war. while! 33,663 for the N. 1.2 of S.E. 1-4 and
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:p la Electric Bitter, however when yon feel a pan la your bowels, not fatal to effect, lions of the most N. 1.2 or S. W. 1-4 Sec 11, Tp. 54 8. WILSON &: TOO tER FERTILIZER COMPANY

,'I found a care sad by them was restored and fear appendicitis. Safety lies la painful known.. R. 40E. ,

to perfect health. I recom- Dr. King's New Life PUll, a sure cure I He name the following. witnessesto JACKONVILLE, ,Fla.

;\.!mend this great tonic otedlclaa to aQi for att bowel and stomach diseases If report are true Dade county will ] prove his continuous residence upon

with weak kidneys, liver or stmrsch.r such u headache, biliousness' costiveness soon have another big canning and and cultivation of said land via:, Chase, dz HTey Agents, s.7

'" Guaranteed by an druggists: price Me. eta Guaranteed at an druggists preserving company for the prepara I J. T. Davis F. H. Brown .S. A. Belcher 1a61"Fla.. : j T

only 2S cents. Try them. lion of tropical traits and vegetables. and E. C. Gaunt, all of Miami, Fla. BROWN &: MOODY, STOCKTON & BRADFORD-

As an alligator,hunter HerbertPln- The more the merrier and there's W. G. Robinson Cutler Little River. ..
tkosoa',is making quite a'reputation. ADVERTISING TIPS. room for not one bit many more. i 5-19-61 Register. ..

'Mr. Flnkoson ,waged war on the *

;. at Berlir 'Arm Palne's prairie.-1 There is no successful man whose Notice for Publication. !I NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.

-. Tueaaay night,, with the. result thathe success I* not due to advertising. Perhaps Department of, the interior Miami Bottling Works

1. killed. four'one of which measured he didn't can It advertising, but Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
All persona concerned win take notice
of. "sine feet and tipped the beam'at 117 it was advertising Just the sanie.When
May 23. If OS. that six months after date I win WALL '& DICKINSON(; Props.
;;,pounds. Mr. Plnkoson brought they a man starts la business the first thinghe Notice is hereby given that the fol present my final account and vouchers .

'saurian to,the Brown .House; where' does of course la to,print stationery lowing-named settler bas filed notice aa executrix of the estate of John llth Street,Near L R., Miami, Fla' or

yesterday! it ',was on exhibition and :such as letter heads, evelope. of his intention to make final proofin J. Hayden late of Dad County deceased t

,"; attracted,a great deal.of attention. bill-beads and business cards. When support of his claim aDd that said to the County Judge of. said Manufacturers of
", Joe Dtel will have the hide'tanned he meets a friend he usually aides oat proof will be made before John B.
final
county and for discharge
pray my
;u a Florida souvenir.-Gainesville his cards and hand on* to the acquaintance Rellly, U. S. Commissioner, at Miami.Fla u executrix of said estate.TWRL4CE All Knds of

''!1;: ;'Son. : and says "Old man, when on July 3. 1905 rlz.: Daniel U P. HADEN
you are down my way and need something of
{ Roberts Homestead Fla. Hd Soft Drinks
Executrix Estate of J. J. Haden. De.eeaud. -
The Salve That Penetrate in my line. I will expect you to 29912. for the northwest quarter, section .

..-. DeWltfs" Wttch-'Hatel" Salve petertrates drop la and see me." and that Is advertising. 25, township 56 sooth range 31$ January II, 1905. 1-14-Cm I Prompt Attattta ta An Orftsra. Oat-d-Tews Order Eebdt'I.I
.' the pore of the akin and by Its The trouble is yon canatt east He names the following. witnesses .

i:" t antiseptic, rnblfodent and healing Influence repeuthutperation_ often enoughPer.otally. to prove his continuous real "

it subdues inflammation and ., When yon put your advertisement deuce upon and cultivation of said All I DYSPEPSIA CURE I

<, cures boils burns cut, eczema,;tetter. In the newspaper laaJ. viz:
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ring worm and an skin diseases. "meet'" aDd''talk. thousands
to of D. C. Brown of Perrlne.\ Pit
jr'A'specifle! for: blind bleeding'and itchIng men.to Just as many thousands u the L H. Brown of :Miami. Fla. DIGESTS WHAT YOU BATTW11
O .Ofl Vat*mrtu TH".*.,a...saw ite..a..... .*..***..!.-
and protruding pD .. The original newspaper has circulation. The larger C. D. Jenkins( Miami put .._....... ...Til UMO._ MJ3.
Nand genuine Witch Hazel Salve is the circulation of the paper the more G. W. KoseL of Homestead. Pit C. DeWITT & COMPANY. CWC..Go.II.IL
.:, made by E. C. DeWltt Co. and sold fOIl reach aad. of come you pay for 6-2-to7-7. W. G. ROBINSON
t:: *.;'by the Biscayne Drug Co. It.accordingly. ,,. Register Ask for the J 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Cal3ndar't '

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Cat t. George Baker contractor for I f Mrs. M. 1:. Miller and son, George CXX3COCCOCCOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXX3I : !.h capita!. From Copenhagen to HelI -
laying the 27-Inch flexible water con- 'lilt Miami. were in the city yesterday WINDSOR
CONKliN-MERCIER I LEGAL PAPERS FILED HASRARE I .lrrfarg they will bo ricoried by th$'
teyor pipe from the reservoir at the :, They were enroute to their former Swedish coast squadron! Before...

tL. golf grounds! to the pumping station, home Kauapaha. where the former'I uxxxxxxx>xxxxxcocococooc tering th. capital they will spend sometime .
''a returned here on Tuesday night fromJacksonville owns a fine pear grove. She will su i at the royal! chateau of i(
I Warranty deed M. E. Spencer| et So3t.ro:
'MARROE[ TIES where he went to securea perlntend the picking packing and ux., to Mary E. Weybrecht for $1.00 R R [ HOliDAY near H !Uiftgborz. They will mats e!,
with which to of the fruit. '
centrifugal pump shipping GainesvilleSun.
and other considerations, wl-2 of e their !final Journey to the capK.il on the

keep the excavation clear of waterwhile 1-2 of w 1.2 lot 3. block 17, West Palm royal yacht Drot, with aa escart of.a i
the pipe Is being laid. The excavation ,
Ueach. division ..f torpedo boats. __; '
y One of the most popular weddings will range from lour to eight Engineer E. B. Thomson. in charge Warranty deed, Mary E. Weybrecht PrinctPS Margaret of Coniv 4s r' t.l.

F; occurring In Miami in some time,was feet deep, according to the surface Charles Griffin, colored attempted to et ux., to M. E. Spenrer for $1.00 and Princess Wargared Victoria Weds, bride ot today. Is the eldest daughter
a" that solemnized at the First Baptist of the land, and as water is encount-- carte up a woman of his own color of Prince Arthur better known aa the
other considerations, lot 9. block 4,
church: at 6.30 o'clock last Sunday ered at from two to four feet the service last night in North Miami and partially Railway addition West Palm Beach. Princh Gustavus Adolphus. Duke of Cccnaught She was Lora

and in. which Oscar T. Conklin and of the pump is made necessary.; succeeded, this accounting for the January 15, 132. IOn! baa been" rats4,
J Edith H. Mercier. were united In the About three thousand yards of the excavation I; fact that he was .arrested by Deputy Warranty deed, Allen B. Henderson as a simplv English rirL She Is safcl-.
to John 8. Crane for $250, forty
holy bonds of matrimony. has already been opened to Sheriff Gore and now languishes in acres to be very cnaffeettd and girUsl! ia ar \
Despite1'.the fact that It had been the the rock underlaying the surface sub- the county Jail on the serious charge east In section 17, tp. 41, south. range 42 lithe Presence of Notables and Dtoloauts.SUte ) manner. Her full tub is Princes Margaret

purpose oMhe nappy couple to make stance. of assault and battery; and will be Victoria AugustaCharlott AoraV
z BO display, but rather to have a quiet held there until. Saturday when he Warranty deed Chas. S. B. Moffat Bdotyet WV b ftn il "We of Coaaanght ..7

p and unpretentious weJdlngthe church Although business is rather or apparently will be given trlaL to Edward E. Moat for $1.00 lot 3S. Sec Castle T IIIfQIIt-"} tin Prince Gustavua Adolphus Is the*IdWj,
was filled with admiring and enthusiastic dull at the postoOceJUistant of Lemon ICty.Warranty est SOB of the Crown Prior GustavwJt

friends lone before the appointed Jones said this morning that the Charles Tellowhalr, colored, was arrested deed Fort Dallas Land Prtocfeab Are. of Sweden aad-Is therefore heir Pft--'

hour for the ceremony, while amount of mall being handled Is-considerably last night by Deputy Sheriff Co. to s. M. Tatum for $100, certain iumptlve to the throa Tb young i

t equally as many more awaited their more than what it "was this Gore on a charge of recklessly discharging land bordering 11th street and easterly prince's foil name la Oscar Frederick

presence at the depot to embark on time last year; an evidence that the firearms. He was arraigned line of Miami river.Commissioner's William Olaf Gnstavas AJoIphos. Duk ,.':

K their wedding journey to the North. town II growing and that there are before Justice Hill this morning and and receiver's deed.H. London June IS.-Windsor mad of Schoaea. His mother. formerly,

r Promptly at 6:30 o'clock the bridal more people here. plead guilty to the charge, a an* of E.. Tuttle receiver, and J. B. Reil- rare holiday today, when the marriage Princes Victoria ot BaJ-a. U dlttgbr _

.4;_ couple entered the church by the $2$ and cost or ninety days Imprisonment ly. commissioner, to S. L. Patterson of Princess Margaret Victoria of Con- ter of the reigning Grand Dak of

i 7th meet entrance and proceeded On account of a failure to catch the being assessed against him. for $420. lots I, 13, U, 15, 16. 17, and naught, niece of King Edward to Baden and of Louis of Prussia "

down the aisle 10 the pulpit where train-at Jacksonville Monday night 18, block U. city.Commissloa.Sute. Prince Gustavus Adolphus. heir presumptive PrInce Gustsvus Adolpaaa was born ta

they; were met by the Rer. W. E. Stanton Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Romfa. who have Chicago, June 1*. The PeaniyV of Florida to lined to the throne of Sweden was November 1182. and la COILMqtMtItT

and the sacred ritual read that been absent for some days la the vault Railways eighteen hors trs'n S. Dewey to be a notary; public Stateat solemnized la St George's chapeL The the Junior of his bride bj a fwmoataa. t

t made them man and wife and sealed northern pan of the State and daringwhich from New York reached here todaythree Large for four years, dating from loyal borough was early astir, and .

j their destinies. They were unattended Mr. Romfa attended the annual minutes ahead,of time. June 12, 1 05- donned Its brightest COM ta honor' of 4
and at the conclusion of the ceremony meeting of the State Bankers' Association Owing to a hot-box the train after the occasion. !
Deed Florida Coast Line Canal
were driven to the depot where at Atlantic Beach were unableto leaving Pittsburg. reached Croatia The guests Invited to the wedding THE SADDEST NOTE. y
and Transportation Co. to E. R. Bav-
many friends awaited them to extend reach here Wednesday morning and 2( minutes late. The ma to Fort went down from town by special train
Ington for $75, five acres In section 11,
greetings and bid boa royage. consequently could not be present at Wayne 131 miles, was made la 111 this morning. Included ia the party .:
tp. 63, south, range 41 east Th* saddest note for St Petersburg
The bride was attired la a traveling the Haha-Romfh wedding last night as minutes, or aa average of nearly; .six were the various ambassadoVs sac
gown of imported soft blue sllk.trtm- they; had expected and desired to be. ty-nine miles per hour. Warranty deed, A. T.Merrttt to Mar- other members of the diplomatic corps was struck by th* destruction of the..,.t
garet R. Merritt for $100 lea acres In battleship Alexander m. which waa\.
?, med with buttons and real lace; withpolo" with whom were numerous attaches
sec. IS, tp. U, south range 41 east manned by the sailors of the guard and.,
-turbin hat to match and won All the gentlemen wore uniform or lt-
officered exclusively by mea prominent Jf
pearl gray gloves, the costume being i YORK Warranty deed. A. T. Merritt to vee dress, while the lad.cs were all indemitoilette.
NEW FASHION LETTER society and court Her crew served
beautiful and suited to the occasion. Margaret R. Merrtt for $100. eight aad many pretty cue V
during the winter Urn as a reglmeatof '
The bride is the accomplished acres In section It, tp. 53 south, rang tumes' were se a.Princess' .
the guard, of which the Dowsg.rtEmpress
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} daughter of Captain Geo. J. ),Mercier. New York. June' 15. Of pretty silt up the outside; and with a fine 48 east Margaret left the castle was honorary commander: .;

1 and by her womanly qualities and sheer summer frocks, there is apparently lace or muslin chemisette and sleeve Warranty deed. I. B. Padgett and with her father, the Duke of Con- -St. Petersburg dispatch )

many accomplishments easily; wins no end and even as late In the arrangement of this sort, even the wife to Fred'k S. )Morse for $50. live aaught who was In a held marshal's Replying to this the Tampa nun*; "

herself a place in the hearts and lore season as this, fresh models are being cheapest ginghams, lawns linens, etc, acres ia section: 17. tp. 53 south,rang. uniform shortly after the noon hour. deals out this only too true reply: .,..

of those with whom she comes In con constantly shown. They range from inexpensive may attain an air of smartness. The 41 east The Princess looked charming in her So this Is the saddest note-eh? i

tact. The groom is a young man of simplicity to a simplicitythe full short oolero. made wren tae sam Warranty deed Alice Baldwin et aL, bridal dress and very; pretty. Her St. Petersburg's peacock set has lost '

tr many business qualities and holds the reverse of Inexpensive and to open cap sleeves, is popular, too, and Is, of : to Rachel Simonds, lot t. block 5. except gown was a cloud of pure whit Irish some of its best strutting most gorgeously ':, ,.

v responsible position of assistant to elaborateness, and there seems to be course, worn over a complete lingerie 30 feet. right of way la section lace, over white satin, strewn with hued peacocks.At .

: Mr. J. B. ReHljr in the management no reason in the world why Ittfy woman blouse, but it does not launder so well 36, tp. 53, south range 41 east gar.tnda of oringe blossoms and myr last some things besides meN J
I of certain: connected
departments : with a dress allowance'not exceedingly as the blouse bodice. Warranty deed. W., W. Faris to Isabella ties. The corsage was cut low and pie have encuntered slaughter: and, '
with the Florida: East Coast Railwayand scanty should not be attractively Coat and skirt suits of white serge, T. Faris. for $1,000. five acres she wore the regulation court train. eevn Into the exclusive salons and hoes,
Hotel in this
Systems city. oressed this summer. white mohair white Panama, etc, are In section 22. tp. 1 53> south range 41 ,The four bridesmaids were Princess dolrs of the houses of the nobles them "'
a and Mrs. Conklln will
Jtr. spendsome
The elbow sleeves and the demi de- In great demand now' and are made east Mary cf Wales Princess Patricia of selves goes "conviction that "war*
time in Jacksonville and will I
: collete necks so much la order give in the loose bolaro the long fitted
up and Connaught Princess Beatrice of Saxe- Is helL 4 ,
Warranty deed T. V. Moore a1.
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leave there tonight for New Yorkvla
_, Washington where they will spend a certain air of festivity and frivolity coat models, but the tailors con- to Mary P. W. Moore, for $2,300sonth Coburg and Gotha, and Princess Eug. The blood soaked plain of Manchuria y";

q several weeks with relatives and to even the simplest sheer frock provided sider especially smart a wait serge fifty feet lots 11 and 12, block 100 nla of Bsttenrmrg- The customes 9f are dotted with hundreds of thousands (I
the materials are dainty and fine costume with plaited or circular walking burnt the bridesmaids were of pale blue of graves of stain Russiaa ,sob :,
of after
friends the which
groom
and for girlish wearers these unpretentious skirt and severely tailored coat crepe-de-chine.: Inserted and flounced dlers. The waters of the Eastern sans ;
J they will return to Miami and make Warranty; deed. Thomas J. Peters 0(
little frocks are Ideal. Where of hip length box or semi-fitted back, with lace and finished with lace berthas and straits are dyed tad clogged with !I
their future home at No.222 Fourteenth and wife to 'i. V. Moore for $1.00 and
i the blouse, cut slightly low and round straight knee front double breasted and blue crepe-de-chine ....lIe.. I' the blood and bodies c: tie thousand '
street square or pointed at the throat. not and fastening with big peari buttons, other considerations lots II and 12. Although rfficlally the marriag was I of Russian sailors. The homes of Russia "
The best wish of the block Miami.
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?s community; desirable, the ubiquitous chemisette or coat collar and plain coat sleeve. Some
have
not a state function. It was aa event been tura+l itio homes ot .
are extended to the happy; ;young gulmpe has Its opportunity, and these of these coats have detachable revers Warranty deed Jno. Seweli to E. In the royal family which deeply engaged mourning and wailing and moaazaa ,

couple for a long life of health. happlDt'1Ia dainty bits of lace and embroidery and in colored linen crash lying over the B. Douglas, lot 13. and part of lot the sympathies of the king and of widows and orphans penetrate all "
aad prosperity. mull batiste the kit of some 17, block U:, north in the city of Mi
or are ma 5 many terse severs and have large flat gneen and many picturesque features the world except the thick walla and
r a frock otherwise without pretense of "right gold buttons In place nf the ami. Consideration $3.750.: were Introduced. The bridegroom wore the hard hearts of the boreaucratlRussl..1
x FLORIDA BANKERS distinction pearl Warranty deed C. G. Phillips to
military uniform as did also his father OTa'capItat
ELECT OFFICERS Of course the expert needlewomancan Among the latest and smartest Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Com These ,
Crown Prince Gustave and his brother are sad trie but not the sY
make chemisettes, cuffs, under- things in the way cf parasols thereIs pany .sw. 1-4 se. 1-4 sec 17, tp. n, Prince Eugene, who were,hip support saddest Co no; the saddest ia that
L t C. H. Garthside of Miami Chosen sleeves, etc, at home for a mere fraction none more attractive than those range 42: Consideration $5. ers. The' procession,ofcdhe king and a few perfumed and befrilled dandle
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Second Vice-President. of the price asked for the really which have the appearance of being Warranty deed, J. H. Tatum. to qUt'en.blch passed up the nave to got In the way of the Impartial shot

1 fine ones In the shops, but few women made of ml1 dl'l table tines As a mat Geo. It Brandow. lots 13 to 20 inclusive. the choir at a quarter past 12. was heralded of the Jap.

The Florida Bankera'llIOCiation.: hare the skill and ingenuity to'.ch'eve ter of fact,' they really are, for they Pearaon's subdlv.. tp. 5t, range by the strains of the national One of the world's greatest aarlck'

; which was in session at Atlantic Beach effects so original and pretty as those are converted Into parasol covers. 41. Consideration.: $500.:> anthem. His Majesty was in the uniform las been aaa'alhlH$ : one of the, ,

near Jacksonville last week, ,adjourned ( evolved by the specialists In such They.are the Idea of a woman milliner Bill of sale E. L. Brady t Co.. to of a field marshal and wore the ; world's greatest armies has been skattered -,-

:' Saturday after electing the following works and it is usually advisable to with original Ideas. They are white the E. L. Brady Company ror $70,009 Order it the Ga" r. Queen Alexandra ; one of the world's greatest

officers for the ensuing year: select and buy a pretty chemlseUe unless with blue embroidery; the delightful the grocery business located at th; "a 1 In lull covered witty mauve ,i tioc has WeD brought close ta ruta.

President' -E. \V.- Lane, of Jackson the frock Is in the hands c* a. Chinese blue blue linen, with white corner of Avenue D and 12th street lace. With their Majesties were the For a >e.:r lhIlfo: -blood*of the flue :

+. ville.. dressmaker of considerable skill embroidery, end white and brown, allvery Mlatnt Prince and Prlncels of Wales. Prin- sign Empire lu. ..- First Vlce-Prt'sldent-George O.Mon- The v Intricate; and elaborate te> ; ::hIc:. Warranty deed l. J. H. Tatum to Geo. CPS Victoria and other members of stream ant .U lone and s'nt have .

}_ 7 xToe Quincy. are. of course, very; high in price bit In a silk parasol there is a novelty H. Brandow for 1500, lots 13 to 20, the royal family and a number of foreign been> cm-cull r uo hK the ;u Second VicePreslde1ltCharlel H. there are! extremely simple with hollow handle. There Inclusive Pearson's subdivision, sec.
pretty sets, a have been royal guestaThe_ stately \line of a hopele war. Toe natlcj money
Garthslde, Miami. fine in material and original In design, parasols before this with a knob which 38: tp. 54 south range 41 east slowly traversed the central aisle. has been spent anal Its credit ruined

1. Third Vice-President A. Grlmn, which are not extravagantly er.ienslve. opened to chow a tiny powder box, Warranty deed Jno. Sewell et al. i hlt'mb.rs of the! household with wands Its lDduatrparaly; ,.-. and the spirit

Tampa. The embroidered muslin chem with puff or a tiny bonbonnlere; but to G. W. Harber and wife $::,j5l). all walking: : slowly; backwards and preced- of its people deadened.But .

Fourth VIce-Presldent P. Forster isettes, guiltless, other trimming are the latest novelty.has the entire handle of lot 18 and east half of lot Ii, block mg their Majesties until the east end the saddest note was struck

Sanford.. smart for near-with morning frocks, hollow like the man's walking stickwhich '::, Miami. I of the choir was reached. when taat ship load of worthies no
Fifth
VIce-President C. Chollar. but are seldom so becoming as the i contains a long slender tube of The bride's procession entered a few tiles was spilled In the Koreaa strait! ,b
Arcadia. lace trimmed chemisettes. I glass for holding a cocktail The hoiI Mr. John R. O'Neal, of OJus. one of .
4 Executive Committee A. F. Perry, There is considerable difference in ,I, low-handled parasol has more innocent South Dade's popular and substantial I minutes later. A more charming grouplluxif I
I that formed by the bride and her CROP SUMMARY.Cllmatleal .
Jacksonville
; Thomas P-DenhamJack the shaping and fitting of the collars, contents a pretty little painted citizens spent Saturday In Miami '
sonville; John T. Dismukes St. Aug- and this should be taken into consideration -I fan with ivory sticks. The handle is and wtble in town made the Metropolis attendants It would be impossible to I .

;t nstlne; E. S. drill. Palatka; John in selecting. Then the collar of silver, of the club order, and the office a very pleasant call Mr. !imagine. Conditions As They Existed. '

Trice, Tampa. and cuffs, if a set.is used, should be top, which opens has a little cap witha O'Neal's version of the recent dynamite The marriage ceremony was performed In Florida Last Wssk. .. ;.
Blon H. Barnett was elected a delegate carefully fitted by some sue who understands -i: hinge. The parasol is ot slit In a explosion in the convict camp at by the Archbishop of Canterbury ,I
to the American Banker assisted by several bishops and ,
Association such matters. solid color. OJus is certainly an Interesting one.
: and M. W. Monroe of Ocala, Tiny loops and buttoms are on. a Painted chiffon goes into some of He says that when the explosion occurred other high church dignitaries. The The week gave locally heavy; rains
' : alternate. majority of the finest lingerie sets. If the most charming band-painted parasols he was about three hundred bride was given away by her father, over a part of the northern district;

The memorial committee renderedIts Instead, hooks and eyes are used, it I this with a lining -of silk and yards from the scene, and that although the Duke of Connanght 'I elsewhere scattered showers obtained.

report t will usually be found wortn while to one of the most attractive designs Is that far away, the shock threw This evening the wedding guests I'U the close of the week rain was f
.a The auditing committee reported remove them and go to the troubleof of nssturinms in natural colors. For i gym to the ground and dazed him for were entertained at a state banquetIn needed over the greater portion of the

that an accounts of the secretary andtreasurer substituting the little hoops and but- I the woman who hears browns there the moment Glass ware and crock- St. George's Han, Windsor Castle. I State IDeS particularly throughout ta*

had been examined and were tons. The essential enarm or such I are delightful brown silk parasols erIn; the kitchen shelves In nearly I Preceding the function the gusts were cotton counties where some plants ar*

found'correct feminine dress accessories lies in their i painted with yellow! roses, and a
:Mr. Lane thanked the association exquisite daintine8s.and when chem !j sign in brighter colors shows: poppies damaged. He Informs us that one of I presents received by the brid .4( The I no serious harm has resulted, from

., for the honor conferred upon him and isette is clumsily fitted and carelessly :|, in red and bachc-lors' buttons In deep i the negroes In the camp was. blows I gifts; formed an amazing display of I the high temperatures and dry Wtathr. ;

aa adjournment was taken sine die. fastened or adjusted it loses its chic blue on a white s3k. Purple and pale i: to many pltces. and that the largest | jewel, especially rubles. Princess Mar- .- .

daintiness a fact many women who i'' blue silk nsrasois are often enough; : part of his body recovered was his :
jCapt S. A. Bravo left Wednesdayfor are wearing" -this season's neckwearseem seen to tf called popular and with hi-ad. and strange as it might seem i I *n'!s' the bride received diamond I lMud I much' ftvlt Is In evidence. Cora

Savannah where be goes for the Incapable of grasping.! : them are frequently hats to match. the negro's face was not disfigured In -lara of rubles and diamonds, and from I I'I' ]I ". ry generally| U lald-by; that on apj .'I
lOrpoee of taking rhargf of two lJrte Plain waists of sheerest lawn vpo, (i 1 pale blue straws trimmed win violet the least 'I''i'he' Prince and Princess of Wales! aj j 'suds Is suffering for rain. The catrz. I

r ;barges recently yen based I by the F. which are adjusted fine chem'settes i ,, The mauve orchid is another flower beautiful necklace of diamonds and''', -'op: has been harvested. There ...

E. C. Railway for nee in the railway and sleeves, are made for wear under,.> i i that blossoms annually with delightful Warranty and mortgage deeds blL -tibies. :! inch activity shipping vegetables, a

ftt .;Son. Capt. Bravo will bring tie' House bodices cut down at the neck: effect upon many charming parasols. of sale, leases, satisfaction o! tort Prince Gnst vtu Adolphns and his i iaches:*I and pineapple Minor crop

$ barges to Biscayne Bay. ,and made with the loose caplike sleeve>I Estelle Clairemont gag at the Metropolis om *. bride will tra..ellD state to the Swed- f t Ire In very good nd1bOD.tt .

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eI" r II. M. KING air E. G. Sew'ell, of John Sen-ell & Mix Margaret FarU. who has been and believing that he would show reslstence

TOWN TOPICS. I Brother left on Wednesday! for a i in New York the pant three weeks to capture telephoned Into

Undertaker and! Embalmer I much needed vacation attending the Presbyterian missionaryronfen the city for assistance. Deputy Sher* e

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1300 AVENUE D 'nce, returned home on Tuesday ': 13! Gore hastened to the seen and

Mrs. W. D. Hughes and Din D* I A. C. Frost the leading merchant mooing. Miss Paris leaves in the entered the house only to ant It a

K Simmons, who have been visiting at Personal Attention Given to Al Call of Danla. has sold his entire stocK to'' I fall; for China to enter the field of vacant peace. Thus ended what might

Key West. returned, Saturday on the I _, Nix & Cox, of that place Mr Frost' mUkionary work. have proven a desperate encounter
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Martinique. 111111 devote his cut ire time to real estate
had determined
Individual
a been
Mrs. C. D. Leffler is entertaining Workmen are now engaged in lalng I I

f : her sister, Mrs. McDanlel, and three the sewer on Thirteenth street west in that hustling bur!. Miss N'tllie Budge, who for the past found ensconced therein.

:L*. W Try the latest thing In dried flab.Blacayn children, of Jacksonville. They will from Avenue D to Avenue E. Jaclson. I I !several moths has been living upon|I M}

cod at Wilson ft 71yrt USHon. remain here several-weeks. Helen and Ethel the Interesting and improving her homestead at Homestead : Mr. J. C. Surte>haw, of ruarMau '

11 Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald of little daughters Sf Dr. and Mrs. ,> In the lower part of the count -: left here several weeks ago for the Speach

J. W. Watson arrived from Bob Watson left last night for this city, were among the Miamians James M. Jackson, will leave shortly|<: }". has returned to the city for an In- belt.of Georgia, writes that hIs .

Klsslmmee Sunday morning and will White Springs, where he goes to benefit In Jacksonville. for Branson, where they will visit j I ueflnlte stay, though she will leaveI now In Whignam. Ga, and wants

remain 'here during the summerjook- his health and will remain there their grandparents for some time. I I later] In the summer for her former the Metropolis to follow him. Among

Lug after his large business Interests. until such time as he has received sulficent Miss Marie Rush has returned home home In"Ohio.i other things he says: "We have been
Mr. C. N. Newcomb, and daughter ;,
benefit from an extended visit to relativesand : having a real Jolly time since we left ,
loquataeed. Miss Edith Newcomb, of West Palm : h
plum or
Wanted-Japanese friends In the northern part of the i the Magic City, and are receiving a
ft Beach arrived In the city Monday 1 j .
Wilson :
Contractor Hahn has Just commenced State. great may inquiries about Dade county
and will spend several days here. Mr. '
the erection of an attractive and mod which left here ten days ago with Mr. which we try to answer to the best

'. Miss Anna Peck a valuable attache ern seven-room' dwelling for Mr. Dan Mr. and Mrs. Oscar T. Conklin, who bottom Newcomb boat Is Lady the owner Lou. of the. glass-'I I George RJIennlng of Chicago aboard of our ability. We first tent to south

of Frank T. Budge's establishment In Hardie on Twentieth Street, across left Sunday night on heir weddingtour for a cruise and tarpon fishing trip east Georgia nad visited In Camden
I
t' this city, left on her vacation Saturday' the river.B. to the north spent Monday in on the lower east coast returned to and Glynn counties and then cam to

evening. Sbe will be absent several Jacksonville u guests of the Duval Monday W. W. Prout began the port Friday. Captain Thompson Brooks county where we stayed for r

months. ,F. Jackson formerly of Bartow, HoteL erection at the southeast corner of I I reports having had good luck and the two weeks taking In the famous i.

and well known to many Miami people Avenue D and Eleventh street a modern killing of sixteen tarpon by Mr. Hen- Brook county picnics."

Us Bradley fsttmssrs tor an raps. has formed a co-partnership withJ. Hon. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald who business block welch win contain nlng. The most of the fish were killed

I I. B. Lammas.AgsotCaptain e L. Wlihelm In conducting the have bee visiting on a short business flv* commodious store rooms. Mr. at Lignum Vitae Key, though some Mr. F. C. You of rfypoluxo one ot
Prout will also
Hickey Department Store in Tampa. and pleasure trip to New York and begin other building were landed at Bahla Honda The the pioneer residents of Dad county

operations at an early date. largest fish measured feet and Influential Like : '
other points in the north returned seven la an citizen of the
W. J. Shone of Cocoannt
In the second primary held in home Wednesday.City length and forty-five inches la the Worth section was In tb* city .yes
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Grove left on Monday morning for '
t Jacksonville Wednesday to determine Mrs. Chas. Weiss and daughter, Mar- girth. Besides these game monster tenia,. Mr. You cam down to attend "a
from which place b
Jacksonville goes
a mayoralty nominee, George M. Nolan Clerk M. R. Kellum has,fifty guerite, left Saturday evening for St. they also caught quantities of other the meeting her ot th* Dad*'
to Louisville. Ky to attend the Confederate
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the present mayor, secured the or more unpaid city warrants on band Augustine. As soon as Mr. Weiss snail game and edible fish and had a pleasant County School Board and to nrg talc
tt reunion.
Veterans'
; nomination by a majority i of thirty- that be wishes those they are made have completed his contract on the outing. body to locate the Hypoloxo school at I Ia

seven rotes over his opponent, Capt. payable to would call and get-The most Halcyon Hall Hotel he will Join them more central point than It at present',
s. Blaaya. cod. tM a.wrt 1 lhrey.st .
WOK TIPs US W. O. Toomey of them are witness fee warrants in la the Ancient City and make their future The county: Is minus a prisoner and occupies. H* baa a petition signed by I

the Mayors court home there. a pair of handcuffs. Sunday night It every resident in the Lantana sad Hypolnxo .-

At the annual meeting of the Florida seems a deputy sheriff at CocoanutGrGYe section asking that the school
Miss. Alice Gray, one of the efficient
State Dental Society Just closedat Dr. A. O. Holmes, who broke hlilega The F. E. C. pile driver was towedup arrested a negro for a petty offense board chang the present location. k
assistants at Burdlne ft Quarterman [ '
li week. Daytona, Dr. 'R E. Chafer 9 wa few weeks ago by falling from his the river Tuesday. and docked, and kept him under guard that This was Mr. Voss's first visit to Miami
will leave on her vacation next
Miss Gray will visit New York before chosen second vice-president, and Dr wheel at the corner of Second street though It 1s said that It will be put night Intending to bring him to Miami I la seven year and naturally. a*

her return. 0. Enloe, recording secretary of the and Avenue C, baa so far recoveredas In shape for the building of docks, the next morning, but after preparing -, U very much surprised at the rapid

society. These are .appreciated honors to be able to sit up, and It Is expected etc., for the use of the workmen who to make the trip the darkey, (strides in improvement that was apparent -

Aetna tynamit* sod oppOss Bar to bestow on Miami and MiamiA hat he will have so,far recovered are. to build barges and other crafts I securely handcuffed Jumped througha on every aid*. .

I as to be able to return to his for the Florida East Coast extension window wan the deputy's back was
ale by Lamnnu A S*wdL
I home in Chicago inside the next weekor work. tamed, and made his escape. On Miss Florence Stephens has retun

dAUChten. A series of revival services will ten days Tuesday the same officer received ins ed hom.-from DeLaad, where this has
and
Mrs. P. C. Williams ...
begin at the Baptist church next On Tuesday Ximanles Brothers formation that the negro was barricaded been a student in Stetson University.
,. arrived on the Martinique from Key
'leave Wednesday night In which the pastor Mr. S." 6. Beardsley, the popular shipped the first consignment ot a In a house at or near the grove .
Rest Saturday and will fort
will be assisted by Rev Dr W. C. bookkeeper In Mr. Rellly's office, Is thirty thousand standing order for ,
Georgia la a few days to spend the
q McCall. until recently pastor of the again at his post of duty after a brief their well known cigars. The contract ---

summer. First Baptist church In Tampa. Dr. vacation spent in his old home in New calls for ten thousand cigars

McCall considered one of the ablest York. Mrs. Beardsley, who accompanied every ten days and win be handled bya

Bradley ertfllMn are the test preachers In Florida and an evangel. him north remains in the metropolis Jobber at Macon. Mr. C.-L. Ximan Just Received 500 Pair of Our
For sal by J. E. Ttummna Miami.
lit of power. and will not return to Miami lea stated that his firm could

until early In the fait Mr. Beardsley use a good many more' banns and Is
The trimmings ana cornices in the
Captain James key Is engaged In reports having had a very pleasant experiencing great deal of trouble In
gables of the Halcyon Hall Hotel
new i
taking down the rock crushing machine tripfinding delightful weather the entire securing the proper kind of workmen. Famous Buster Brown
are now being placed and by which an part'of ,
In the northern the city time.
Idea of the beauty and architecture of
for the purpose of carrying It to Monday Mrs. It. S Flanuagan had
the bouse can be had. : Blue Ribbon ShoesThere
I Rockdale, on the extension of the F. Mr. and Mrs. George Worthington, ground broken for the erection of a

E. C. R'y. where It will be used to delightfully entertained their friends ; small but modern hotel on her lot
U yon want fertilizers, consult J. E.Lamtaca ,
break up native stone for the use of with a ride aboard their yacht Yuma at the corner of Avnue C and ThIr-
r agent for th* old reliable&edkrs Is better shoe made for and
no boys
the girls. '
road In Its
el extension via the keys Sunday. Among those present were teenth street The new building will

goods. to Key West :Mrs. E. L. Burdlne, Miss Tebean.Miss be 40x43: : feet, three stories high and Prices very REASONABLE., : Like tff see em?

Perry Miss Quoit, Miss Bryan, MlsMcKlnzIe s will coat in the neighborhood of six
Capt. O. R. Bake left last
Friday
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7;'. Captain and Mrs. Chas. Meloy. of ; Meson John Gramllng.E.L. thousand dollars. It will be of native
for West Palm Beach and Jackson.r. -
} the Mystery, having abandonee ,the Burdine, R. F. Burdlne. H. V. How stone and will befinished and ready
tills At the latter place Capt Baker BUSTER BROWN BLUE RIBBON SHOESFOR
will proposed cruise to the Bahamas and ard. W Frankfleld. The day was for occupancy the coming season.

purchase machinery,for the purer West Indies in their yacht, have decided spent on the bay visiting the several a
pose of handling the water which fills BOYS =FOR GIRLS
to visit Cuba In another way. places of Interest among'them beingthe There Is evidently money in bringing .
,tip the trenches he Is digging tor the
Within a few days they will leave for quarantine steamer McAdam.It beach sand to this city for the
:large water mains west of the city.
k Key West on the schooner Magnoliaand manufacture of artificial stone as .
o from there they will take steamer Is expected that the dredge of there are several large ,power The Bro Siae Ci. we'
Money to loan on Improved 5ho
property ,1
G. 8. Am'sdffi for Havana. They wW oe absent two the Florida East Coast Railway, which barges already engaged In the bus aT. LOUIS i: "' k
Coconut Grove or >c .
or three weeks. has been laid up at the terminal dock iness. To add to the fleet another /,
D. Price
MlamL
for the past four or fire weeks, whilepart large barge is now being prepared at BJSTEttBRoWtlr

The launch Cornell. having aboard of her machinery was sent to the foot of Avenue D and will be ready {
A :year and a half ago Mr. and
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t 'Mrs. Lieutenant Colonel C. M. Blngham. St. Augustine to be repaired will be for use in a few days. Fur t '

Young left Cocoanut Grove to of the Second Regiment F. S. T., and refitted and ready to resume dredging I ;, o o '\t4D ALL.
take up their residence at Quitman.Ga. .
wife, and Mr. H C. Thompson kid operations in the bay inside the next Mr. and Mrs. M. W. White and Qo
Sunday Mrs Young returned and sister I r. orflet
arrived last Thursday afternoon ten days or two weeks, as the repairs daughter :Miss Margaret: fen on Vednecday The
in a few days Mr. Young will follow, from
Key West, and remained have practically been completed night on the steamer Martinique
I l
ei they having come to the conclusion / f
the here several days before proceedingup and the machinery is expected to be for Key West where they will I
that this of
part country is pretty I
the 'COast to their homes at r<<..ytOOL returned here any day. meet Captain White on the steamer I } it ith BoYs
rood after slL : K
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The
party had been away several Miami and accompany him .to Port I v.

days and report having had a Dr. P. T. Skaggs performed a very Tampa, where they nJIT main for
Writing tablets
and rtaUocery for most pleasant trip and splendid luck delicate operation last Saturday on several weeks before going north for ,
sale at J. B. Screren'a drug store. < I
fishing. t the eye of Mr. D. A. Smith of this the summer. Thty will return to Miami %

city. The operation consisted of: removing I I next inter when the Miami
'W. H. Johnson
Is
having a brick
It la rtmored that Mr. H. E, Bernie from Mr. Smith's eye a small conics over to take up her run bet"t't'n ':
wall built around .his lot on Ninth who .for several\
years baa been the burr of
i
steel which has been Imbed here and Nassau.
street ..nd'1rUl'plant a garden. Twill leis Ii
manager of the Colonial
and Victoria ded there for thirty-two years. It i t

be something new in the way of hotels, Nassau Bahamas, for the East was at Laurel, ins, that this piece of Mr. Bowers, prominently Identified i
gardening this
as particular lot blower Coast
System and now manager of steel flew Into his eye. and ever since with the invention of the hydraulic
than the property around It, the
Continental Hotel, Atlantic Beach, then has been giving Mr. Smith moreor dredging pump now In general use !
and Mr. Johnson will fill in
the
along Florida, has
been appointed general less trouble. Of late all j
wan and terrace the lawn. assistant It has been a on dredges accompanied by a
to.Vice-President J. R. Pmr- source of great annoyance to him. and friend came from the North Tuesday -

rott of the East. Coast System and today he decided to have the operation and left for the keys, it Is said, j
Military Bounty Land Warrants will have the
general management of performed, which was done successfully for an examination of the water expanse ,
WantedWW pay $5.00 for telling Its hotels.
'- -East Coast Advocate. by Dr Skaggs. to be trversed by the Florida j' ,
me who has one whether I buy It or I'
t East Coast Railway Extension. The I I
Dot. R. K. Kelley, Kansas City. Mo.Mr. Mr. White CALL ON
a well Known brickma- '
Tuesday workmen began blasting out object of the Inspection Is not stated '

Son'of this city, who with others the rock for the new'reservoir which but it Is presumed that It pertains to

B. Fitzpatrick of Homestead went to Honduras several weeks ago Is being built by the waterworks company the building of the road to Key West I
came to the city Saturday and prospecting L W. M. BURDINE
r returned home a few at the old golf grounds, as an In I
went before the United days
States Commissioner ago. Mr.
White speaks well of take or supply well for the four artesslan Mr. and Mrs. H. Lorett of Lovett.
J. B. Rellly and made the climate
final and soil of
Honduras but wells located there,. and from Fla., anounce the aproarhlns marriage I Iif.f
SOLE AGENT FOR
proof to his homestead. that
Mr. ,
Fltzpat says owing to the poor facilities which the water will be conveyed to i their daughter Orate Bessie, to !llr.
rick win go to Lemon City -to for marketing '
spend produce that ail yen- the pumping station for distribution Bryan Neel on the evening off :
Sunday with bin son, Mr. Arthur-Fltx- lures In that line
prove a fallure.and over the city. This reservoir Is o 2: nth, at 5 clock at their home II i Stetson Sorosis Maloney
patrick. on: that account that ,
the country will immense proportions, being round in I at Lovett. Mr Neel li a former resldent -

never be a competitor with Florida shape with a diameter of fifty feet: |i of Miami and has many trlt'lldsI Nelson and Buster Brown i
Wante&- I
men In each State to on American
vegetables and fruit He and having a depth of nine feet. It; j I here who extend best wishes for happiness
travel, tack signs and distribute farther that
says
sample a great many prospectors will hold a million or more gallops I r I and prosperity to him and his ,

arid circulars of our goods. Sal that are going to Honduras -but of: water. A large centrifugal pump I I r intended life partner. He is prominently TWELFTH STREET MIAMI, FLORIDAr ;

any t75.00 pr month. $3.00 per day : they do not remain long on a
for expeni s. Kuhlman Co, Dept.S, I eunt of the conditions as mentioned clear of
water while the walla are beIng I Express, Company as soliciting agent
f ,Atlas above
building Chicago. J built and other work pursuij. and frequently visits Miami-

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tf districts. SHIP CARPENTERS AFTER ICE CARGO. I Qoocooocooocoocopoooooocc
: GOV.BROWARD ;
l BILLS SIGNED An act to amend section 1, chap- TO BUILD BOATS
I
ter 5201. relating to certificates for British Schooner W. H. Albury Will Great Naval

t.}*o. teachers.An !. Ten Expert Workmen Came Down on Carry 100 Tons to Nassau. I Battles

act to regulate the width of rail Tcsday to Build Barges for F. Fought

And Becoming Laws--Full List of the Measures Adopted road ties. E. C. Extension Work. Some few weeks ago the Metropolis ooooocooooccc ocoooccco
1
It;, Chief An act defining a uniform grade of told of the arrival of the British
and Approved by(the Dover Straits .November ,
1 the Legislature 35. 1(23
by ,
r public schools.An Although plans are not divulged and schooner Effle in this port from Nassau
} The Dutch Admiral Van with
ff Executive Up to Date. act to Incorporate the .town of cannot be obtained In detail It Is an and of her departure for that place Tromp '
\ eighty ships attacked and
Umatilla.An < evident fact that_MI,ml! within the with a cargo of one hundred tons ot destroyed
forty English ships and sailed
I}, act amending an act relating to next thirty day, and beginning with Ice to be consumed there and In the away
with broom at his masthead show '
a to
vagrants today win be the scene of Immense adjacent Islands of the Bahamas. It
An act to create a local road law for that he had swept the of the
by seas
;d- The following bills approved i An act to Incorpate the town of operations in the building o* barges, also stated that other Teasels would n

Governor nro... d. thereby becoming Lake county Wi ltston. boats etc. for assistance In the sue5'cental follow for the same purpose at early British fleet :

'laws, have ben filed In the office of An act to allow the city of Live An act to establish a county courtin construction of .extensloa and that the business would Pot'UDlouth-Februarr. 18. 1(53

the Secretary of State: Oak to collect taxes on certain, business Washington county.An of the/F. E. C. Ry, via the keys to =me a permanent one this sum British Admiral Blake defeated Van

,' An act to provide tor the paymentof occupationsAn act to organize a county court Key West and by which the thousands mer. Tromp sinking forty-one snipe

the fine and forfeiture fund into act to provide a fence law for for Jackson county.An of dollars will be expended ana Today Mr. C. C. Saunders promoterof North Foreland June 3. 1(53.

a the school fund of Alachna county.An Lee countyAn act to regulate the transportation put In circulation weekly in this city. the project arrived in port with Blake with 100 men of war defeated ,

act to regulate automobiles.An act to permit calling of election of lire stock and to provide penalties This fact wax evidenced by the arrivalon the British schooner William H. A> VanTromp sunk eleven; captured dispersed six 13-Dutch ships,

actjlo authorize Arcadia to I.Ae In Lake City for the violation thereof.! Tuesday from Jacksonville of bury for another load of one hundred .
Holland-July 31 1(53. Blake defeated
bonds. An act to Incorporate the town of An act in supplement to an act fixing Captain U')errell. boss ship builder tons of ice to be carried to Nas
and killed
r An act making general appropriations Lake Helen the pay,of member, oncers and and ten master ship carpenters and use The vessel arrived unexpected 30 Dutch ships. VanTromp; sunk

a for the next two years. An act to allow Lake City to issue attaches of the Legislature and theeXpt'D calkers. who are the advance guard to the local Ice. company, which Is BordeauDee.. 4. IMi. Duke of
boards of aldermento bonds witnesses and others In of a number of others who will comedown expelled to load her and on that account ".1
An act requiring Tork defeated and sunk 130 French -jot '.
hold open sessions. An act to extend limits of cities and the service of such Legislature. from that and other places at It wDl be Saturday before that ships.Harwlck.
An act to prohibit the catching of early dates and as their services are amount of ""frozen water" can be accumulated
for the appointmat towns and how
An act to provide June 3 IMS. Duke of
of Assistant State Auditor. An act to regulate the taking of fish food fish in the fresh water lakes of demanded to build barges and other and loaded aboard her. York defeated Dutch.Admiral

amend charter of Braden- from Lake Weir Manatee county with any seine, net or boat facilities for the extension work. After discharging at Nassau the Al Opham;
An act to
captured eighteen 1
EtVBfc town. An act to amend an act to provide set device; also to prohibit common Those accompanying Mr. DTurrell bury win return here for another cargo fourteen. ships destroyed

of boards of carriers from transporting such fish to Miami were T. J. Dlnklns, Brad of Ice. and other vessels for the
to keep the
,b ,An act to allow sheriffs for appointment Tlwn.-Jul 25 1(64. Dutch lost
'medical examinersAn within the limits of said county.An Mason, George Folps A. C. McCattlns, same purpose win follow ner at frequent -I a
,
+: bloodhounds twenty four ships four admirals and
An act to amend'the statue relating act authorizing Monroe countyto act to prohibit p-- from act. M., Foster R. G. Adams. R. R. Scott. Intervals during the summer. I 4,000 men killed.
Ing or offering to seii/upping or offering George Franklin and two colored men.
Issue bonds.An
to breaking and entering. Cape St Vincent-June 1C 1(93.
t for shipment or transportation But little could be learned of the Dying of Famine.Is : .
An,act to direct the amount of bonda : act to amend an act creating a British Admiral Benbow defeated +
to be issued by any city for any purpose charter for the city of Madison.An within the limits of said Manatee county work planned though it Is said that In Its torments, like dying of con French. by ,

k act to authorize Manatee countyto food fish caught or taken from the these men will start to work at once sumption. The progress ot consumption -it
boards of constitute and bridge waters of said lakes otherwise than at the shipyard north of the terminal from the beginning to the very Cape Flnlsterre-May 3, 1747. Admiral -
An act to require all &4- special road Anson captured
4 dermen to meet In open sessions.An I I districtAn with a hook and line, and prescribinga station building two barges, the end Is a long torture both to victim thirty-eight a
in
ships battle.
act for the relief ofBeggs.. act to Incorporate the town of penalty for violation thereof. dimensions of which will be about 23 and friends. "Wben I had Consumption : Ffench
'of wild An act to provide for the levy of by SO feet. Numerous other crafts In its first stage. writes Wm. Cape St. Vincent-Feb 14. 1797..Sir ,
'i for the preservation Mayo.An
An act John Jervls with fifteen
act declaring Morrison spring taxes for the years of 10u5 and 1906. of various kinds are under contemplation Myers, of Cearfoss, MJ, "after trying ships defeated
and beavers.
\ otters twenty-seven Spanish .
j An'act to provide aid for the Con- and creek In the county of Waltonto An act to fix the pay of members, and It is said that the work different medicines and a good doctoi. ships, capturing 4

federate,Home at Jacksonville. [ be navigable.An officers and attaches of the Legislature will be sufficient to keep one hundredor In vain I at last rook Dr. Kings New four and sinking twentythree.CamperdownOct .
of and the of witnesses until late In the fall. which quickly and perfectly 11. 1797. British
4 An act to require proposed constitutional act to make It unlawful for stock 1905. expenses more men busy Discovery Admiral Duncan
amendments to be, displayedat I to run at large In the town. of Wei- and other in the service of It is also said that a shipyard of cured me." Prompt relief and sure defeated Dutch fleet. b
sinking fifteen ships. F.
election day. born. such Legislature. quite pretentious dimensions along cure for coughs colds, sore throat
: yang places on .
I: An act to legalize all warrants An act to regulate fishing in Manatee An act directing the State Board of with a marine ways capable of dockingand bronchitis, etc. Positively prevents mAne 1. 1798. .Lord Nelson defeated

r heretofore Issued by Columbia coun- county.An Pensions to place the names of Wm. repairing the largest crafts win I pneumonia. Guarantee atan drug and French fleet capturing nine
ships burning twoCopenhagenApril
'**', act for the relief of H. S. Mat- Platt of Jefferson county, Fla, on the be built here and that Miami will be gists. Price 50c and 'L Trial bottle

the town of pension role at the rate of |8 per made headquarters, not only of the free. 2, 1SOL City
An act to incorporate
tox.An bombarded by Lord Nelson; Danish
Center Hill. act to allow Martanna to Issue month. building operations but of the receiving fleet of
fr : An act making appropriation for and storing of material to be used SAVING ALICIA. twenty-three ships of the line
An act to protect sureties. bondsAn attacked
eighteen
$t Aa act to provide for the Inspection act for the relief of B. O. McDoneU. deficiencies In the appropriations for in the construction of the extension destroyed
tad analysis of commercial trading the executive and Judicial departments which JrtlOCCDP, a period of from Says. Capt. E. C. Browsed of Tug Trafalgar-Oct 21. 1805. Lord Net'on

R tuffs.Aa.. '.. An"act relating to the charter of for the six months from July three to five years before completed. Three Friends. In Jacksonville. with twenty-seven ships of the line
for the The of the boats and an defeated, combined French'and Spanish 3
act to prescribe for tae holding New Smyrna.An 1 to December 1. IMS year building fleets
with
of ,the Circuit,courts In the Eighth act to Incorporate the town of 1906 and for six months from January other work to be pursued here will be Capt. E. c. Browsed of this city son's thirty-three ships; Nel i
# CircuitAn Nona. 1 to June 30. 1>07,. under the supervision of Chief Engineer returned here last night from the signal was "England expect

c Judicial act to allow city and town clerics An act relating to the assessmentand An act to provide for the privileges J C. Meredith In charge of the scene of the wreck of the Wg Span killed.ever; man to do .his duty." Nelson t

to' appoint.deputies collection of taxes In the city of of witnesses In investigations and prosecutions extension work.: ish steamship Alicia, and reports that

Aa.act to provide for the cars.of Orlando. for the violation of the statutes From theM'detaUI It can be seen the tugs Three Friends. Admiral Dewey Tali-Sept 17 1894. Japanese.

4 convicts.. Aa act relating to roads and bridges against bribery 'gaming and that the work' outlined Is of Immense and the wrecking schooner Salvorare feated Chinese fleet sinking eightmodern

An act to provide that convicts maybs la Oseeola county.An gambling and for violation tae statutes magnitude and that Miami promisesto succeeding"rapidly la the work of cruisers.

worked on'public roada act to permit Ocala to continue against the Illegal sale of spirituous be more lively than usual this sum saving the big ship says the Jacksonville Manna-May" 1.1898. Dewey'defeated -

An 'act'to'provide for tae extension certain officers. vinous or malt liquors.An mer and that thousands of dollars Metropolis Spanish fleet and gave the Philippines

of corporate limits of cities and towns Am act to authorize Ocala to make act authorising the county heretofore unexpended win be put In The Alicia la aground on AJax reef to the United States.
boards of public Instruction to borrow circulation here. All Unes of trade 30 miles from Miami. apt Brow- Santiago-Jnly 3. IMS. Americans' c
service In assessments.An
for
; An act to provide
chancery, suits.Aa act giving Olando control of cem money for the payment of school warrants win profit therefrom besides the lively ard says If the weather remains good defeated Spanish fleet destroyingfive

act,to amend charter of Day- etery. where there are no funds In and Important Interest that will be that the ship will be saved. Considerable modern armored cruisers.Chemulpo y

toDa. Aa act to allow Orlando to make the treasury for such purpose and to centered In the town. of the cargo has been taken out February t. 1904. Jap'i*_
for such exceeding It will be saved. A anese fleet destroyed tits Russian
discount pay Interest loan not and some of big
Aa,act ,to provide for taking depositions on taxes. '
In disbarment proceedings.'An An act to suppress opium dens. 8 per cent per annum. Deafness Cannot Be Cured Iron bridge was on board the ship for cruiser Varlag aa dthe gun boat KOI'oleU. 5sl

act to Incorporate Daytona Aa act for the protection of grovesIn An act relating to the recording ot by local applications, as they cannot the city of Havana. Cuba and will be r
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decrees and orders In chancery reach the-diseased portion of the ear. unloaded onto the Salvor and sent to Port Arthur-Aug. 10. 1904. Togo
Beach: Orange county
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this State. There only one way to core deafnessand Its destination. The cargo was valued defeated Russian fleet driving five,
,An (; for relief, of.Jao..T. DetwOer. An act to allow Orlando to Issue e
< '' .bonds. An act allowing the city of Gainesville that U by constitutional remedies at something over a million dollars battleships and two cruisers back to-,

to Issue bonds for ,educational Deafness Is caused by Inflamed wreckers win make harbor dispersing rest of fleet
HS Aa I act ,making appropriation for I An act providing for State aid for an and the a
Mrs Dickinson's pensionAn public schools. purposes.An condition of the mucous lining of the big pile If their work Is successfuL Corea Straits-Aug.14. 1904. KamJ-,

act prescribing lire limits for Aa act amending charter of Pen act to amend chapter 5251. Lawsof Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is I When ,the ship is floated it will be mura defeated Vladivostok. fleet, sink-

a ; Dads_City sacola.Aa Florida, entitled an act for the pmenatJOD'of Inflamed yon have a rumbling sound ot towed to this port for repairs. Ing the Rarik.Tsushima'Straits.
wild deer birds and other imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely The divers and others have met -May 27 1M& Togo
;, Aa act to provide for the extension act authorizing Pensacola to Issue -
the time la closed deafness la the result defeated Rojestvensky. slaking two
of the Florida East Coast Railway to bonds game. and to prescribe with some trying experiences In their

Key West, 1.: An act defining petit larceny.An which they may be hunted and to po- and unless the Inflammation can be work. The rock reef makes it almost battleships three cruisers and a repair

Am act to regulate fling of claims act relative to posting lands. vide that all non-residents of the State taken out and this tube restored to Its Impossible to get Wneatn the hull ship and capturing the rest ox r

; against express companies. Am act to amend sections 88, 15 and shall take out a'license before they normal condition hearing wm be destroyed I and the :water In the hold has set the the fleet .

shall hunt such wild deer birds and forever; nine cases oat of ten I cargo of sulphur rice beer and fertilizer I
Aa act to, lacorpato the town of. Ft, 105 of the charter of Pensacola.
Myers.Aa Aa act to legalise the bond election other game and prescribing a penaltyfor are.eauaed by c&tarrn. which! la nothing Into a terrible state of fermentation. A Guaranteed Cure far Files.. ,

3St ':act.to'.. continue flan sad game of Perry.An the violation thereof. but.an Inflamed condition of the Capt. Fozsard. of the tug Admiral Itching.blind bleeding or protruding .

wardens aad,to define their duties. act to provide for the registration An act to amend the charter 0( the mucous surfaces. Dewey, was overcome by the piles. Druggists refund money if
city of Tampa approved June S, 1903. We win give one hundred dollars gas while in the hold of the ship a
An act to rotect food flan. of voters la the city of Pensacola.An PAZO OINTMENA fails to cure any
shall An act amending the 'city carter for any ease of deafness (caused by few days and was rescued with
Aa act to provide a new charter for act requiring that convicts I ago case no matter of how long standing .
of Tampa and affecting the catarrh) that cannot be cured by Halls : '
Temadina. work on the public roads government much dim cult). In a helpless condition In C to 14 day*. First application
duties jurisdiction and enlarging Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free. I Capt Browsed himself had a
? An act to apropriate money for the Aa act for the relief of the estate gives east and rest BOc. U
t yourdruggist
the powers of the Board of Commissioners F. 3. Cheney A Co, Toledo 0. similar experience.and so have other
Florida State mid-winter fair. of John A. Pearee. hant It tend Me la scanmpm''
Aa,act for the protection of fish: An act to permit the city.of Pa- of Public Works of said Sold by Druggists 75e members of the crew. Capt. Browsed and It win be
forwarded
;t Aa, act to provide new charter latka to lay sewers. city of Tampa. ,, Take Hall's Family Pills for Const- Is here to get pam and other apparatus Part. Medicine Co. St Louis post-paid Mo. by

for Galaesvine. An act to provide for a pension tax. An act creating and providing for a p&tiaL needed In pumping the water

An act to provide for a bond Issue Aa act to amend charter of Perry. special commission to Inspect examine BROKE TWO RIBS. out of the ship's hold and he wilt return .

for Gainesville An act to amend revenue laws of into and report upon the needs to the wreck Monday. PINEAPPLES MOVING BRISKLY

;. An act to provide.for a Governor's Pensacola. and requirements of.the State hospital Engineer Totten Had Painful Accidentat
Mansion.Aa Aa act to legalize the Incorporation for the Insane. To take into consideration Ft Lauderdale Sunday. Bilious Bill the sleepy head. Quality I Is Good and Packages Ar*

act'Increasing the Governor's of tee town of Reddlck. the advisability of locating such Dearly loved to lay a-bed: Neatly Prepared for Shipment. i

alary to $5,000 per annum.An An act making apropriations for hospital. In whole or In part at some The many friends here of Editor Gilt Couldnt wake him I j yon shook him;

act to enact the general statutes.An teachers' summer schools.An other point, to report and recommend Totten will regret to learn that he When his slumbers overtook him. The movement of pineapples from' '

act to amend aiT act creatingthe : act creating the county of St such legislation as. in their. opinion suffered quite a painful though not Suddenly he started waking the east coast,continues to be belie.

Criminal Court of Record for Hffls- Lude. is best suited for the welfare of the necessarily serious accident Sunday Evry morn"when day was breaking. says the Times-Union. The fruit in

bore County.; An act providing for the drainage of Insane of the State, and making appropriation while coming south on his regular run. What this magic aeeromaacert moving dally in carload tots to all r

i An act to repeal an act In relation the swamp and overflowed lands. for expenses of such commission. The train It seems, bad stopped at EARLY RISERS that's the answer. the markets ot the United States.whkh

.c to Incurable Insanity.Am An act relating to food fish in 8nn Fort Lauderdale and Mr. Tottea In The famous little pills "Early Risers" are selected by Manager Porcher. of '

let to require return of Insurance ter county An act to authorize the Board of leaving the cab to examine some part cure constipation sick headache bU- the Lake Worth Plneaple Growers'

premium In case of'partial loss.Aa An act relating to the charter of Public Instruction of Leon County to of the engine slipped and fell striking lou ne s. etc. by.their tonic effect on Association who Is here looking after

k' act to prohibit the sale of liquor Sanford. borrow money, for the improvementand the reversing gear and breaking two the liver. They never gripe or sicken the marketing of the fruit

to bdSaaL' Aa act defining a school year. repair of Leon Academy. ribs. Ha was able to run the engine but Impart early rising energy. Good The shipment of Cuban pineapples 4 i iis

4 Am act to provide for Jim Crow cars.Am An act permitting Supreme Court librarian Cuban Diarrhoea. into the city but Immediately' after for children or adults. 'Sold by the also large at this time but owing to ,

y act to declare when a judge.shall to sell duplicate copies of U. S. Soldiers 'who served In Cuba arrival was taken to Dr .cnmU Blscayne Drug Co.SOLD the superiority ,of the Florida fruit ;

be disqualified.Am books. during the Spanish war know what railroad physician who dressed the the prices for Florida are being admirably .

act authorizing the sale of certain An act defining the duties and fixIng this disease is, and that ordinary rem- Injury and made him comfortable.Just HIS HOME. held up. due to a careful manage- '

_;; property la possession of the the salary of State Attorney.An edies have little more effect than so meat shipments and a careful study A

Jacksonville police department act providing for reprinting Supreme much water.: Cuban diarrhoea Is almost What Everyone Should Do. Mrs. W. E. March Buys B. B. Tstum of the conditions In an tae large cit

Am act to provide for the par d- Court reports.; as severe and dangerous as a Mr. J. T. Barber of IrwlnvHle. Ga. Residence en Thirteenth St ies.

patios: of Florida at the Jamestown An act granting a new charter" to mild attack of cholera. There Is one always. keeps a bottle of Chamberlains

' c Exposition la 1907. the city of MlamL remedy. however that can always be Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdyat B. B. Tatum has closed a deal Whooping Cough In Jamaica.
t'to Jackson ; with Mrs. W.: E. )March disposing of Mr. J. Riley Bennett chemist of
Aaa provide that Vetoed. depended upon as win be sen by the hand ready for Instant use. Attacks a t.
Tine issue additional bonds I An act to extend the time for completion following certificate from Mrs. Mlante I I of colic cholera morbns and di his splendid residence property at Brown's Town. Jamaica West inJU

Aa act C to amend charter of Key! of the East Coast Canst Jacobs of Houston Texas: "I hereby arrhoea "come on so suddenly that ns Thirteenth Street Islands writes: 1 cannot speak: too

West An act to make State Treasurer certify that Chamberlain's Colic: there Is no time to hunt a doctor or go The figure at which this propertywas highly of Chamberlain's Cough Rem

An' act to'permit county boards to custodian of the funds of the L L Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber sold Is not given out but It Is edy. It has proved itself to be the'

-4 establish. kindergarten schools. fund. my husband of a severe attack of Cu- says: "I have tried Chamberlaln'k- I i understood to be one wen in keeping best remedy for whooping cough

c An act prescribing who may act in An act validating ordinance 366 of ban diarrhoea which he brought boon Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with the values of properties la this which Is prevalent on this end of the

the absence of the Key, West. Police the City of Tampa from Cuba. We bad several doctors which Is one of the best medicines I select portion of the 1.t)'. CIt globe. It has never failed to relieve

.Justice An act validating ordinance 347 of but they did him no good. One bottleof ever saw. I keep a bottle of It In my Is presumed that Mrs, Ha/ch win In any case where I reeammendedc

4. An act to Incorporate the. town of Tampa. this remedy cared him as our room as 1 have had several attacks of use the! building as a rooming houseIn It; sad grateful mothers, after using ;<+

i' Lawtey, Aa act defining tenancies at wilL neighbors win testlf,.. I thank God colic and It has proved to be the best I connection with March Villa located It. are daily thanking me for alvlslng

y An jet to amend license law An. act_allowing :Tallahassee to Impose for so valuable a medicine." For sale medicine I ever used." Sold by Red on the same street, and which them.- This remedy Is for sale by ,

An, act, to: provide new charter :license ,taxes", etc. by Red Cross Pharmacy and all med .. Cross Pharmacy and all medicine Jes> has been such a favorite place with Red Cross Pharmacy- and.an medleu

v- for ;the' town .of.'Lake'Butler. : I .An act relating.to special tax.school icine dealer era tourists for, several. -seasons., dealers. ;
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.. I PROF. ROLFS TELLS OF ;I' his had to be ascended In returning. 1 here Is up to da: The electric street :i([: A FAST BOAT. Japan should demand 11.000.800.-
: SOUTH AMERICAN TRIP Traveling occurred in the l '
f- mostly early electric
4 J i iI railways, lights fire deportpartment 0').) of RUM!*> it would amount to about

I! morning, beginning at half past fuse i ii together with charges and Lofton i Einig Preparing Craft to Go IS for each man woman and child U,

j The professions S Sf pjf. P. II. Rots has Just returned i loss four o'clock and continuing up to I Ii fees in the hotels ana restaurants. Sixteen Miles an Hour. the Russian Empire. Russia will "

l from a somewhat extended trip to|i nine or ten, when the beat becameI The rally>s in Mexico compare fav-1 j *>*B laaaa> doubtless object to such a demand If

l. .1'P..tterson Mexico and today a Metropolis representative i I\ Konie'hat oppressive. We turned Ini orally with similarly located ones in (i Messrs. Lofton & Elnlt. the weU It U made.

.i for the noon heat starting out again j he United States. The :Mexican: National I known machlniit and bicycle dealers -- --..
had an opportunity of i:j at half past too or three In the afternoon Railway Is equal to our best. I While ex-Judge Parker $

&; =rm.iew meeting him and secured the following j and continuing until about sun'down As a whole the people of Mexico |In-ail eulogizing
I lawyers as truly great and good men.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.i general outline of his trip. He said or dark. This division of the were found to be mot polite genet I|I gins. which It I. expected will develop District Attorney Jerome of New York t

*U:yri rt oe U all eovru.SUU and "* ;n substance: I'day has been found test by experience! ous and glad to see an American cltzea -,/ power and peed enough to make the I Is indicting fifteen la a bunch. A,

ne01.tl.enltl..lor.aamtn1nandp.rf.cd g "We left Miami on the steamer Miami in this region. The natives are Intelligent make craft the fastest of any Deal in theseI slight difference of opinion between legal -

Loa. : I1:1M. during the latter part of, April The vegetation along the route Is, good laborers and are thoroughly I IU I not State and Southern water ; experts which after all. Is nothing 4
OJoxtr, Mia al. Fla. for the most: pan of a tropical na hospitable moderate In their charges j The bull that will carry this power unusual t'

P. T. SKAGGS. K. D., making the trip to Havana on the Miami I ture. In the sections where rains are for services and rendering this In apleasant I 11: II: bat :: test In length by 4 lest in f *

and then proceeded pn the Ward, abundant I found Immense tree ferns manner While they are placed :,. tvarn. round bottomed and built for The plague la India 1* destroying

4 Offlee> wUh Bd Cross rbarmerr line steamship Havana. Leaving Miami One species of which produced trees in one general class. as IDdlau'.1 i specs. The enjiae. which is now en- human lives at the rate of mart that
BcaldeiMe l ?& _I'AftC on the Thursday's steamer afforded with a trunk not less than thirty feet most of these encounterea ., route and expected to arrive dilly Is CO.OuO a week What &n awful calamity '
tall and at least eight Inches in diam strikingly different from our North a fifteen horsepower
MIAMI. FLORIDA. an opportunity of spending I', Regal and unless that Is. But It India U so far away
eter. These ferns are most magnificent American Indian that oue would be expectations miscarry It will drive the there la scarcely a throb of sympathyfor
JR. two or three days In Cuba. This time I''
1. X. JAGXSOIC ,
QR. :, specimens of this order of plant strongly incthxd to put them In another boat at a speed of from sixteen to her. Now a battle In which M.OW

y* omcx: was used in'visiting the Cuban Experiment life. Along the alluvial bottoms race i eighteen miles per
rfOTEl. BlSCAVNK BLOCK,Av*. DMIAMI. Station, which Is located at; and along the rich mountain sides The Republic ,of Mexico has developed I u __-- nH ___ .

FLORIDA. Santiago de las Vegas Here Professor grow the immense native bamboo very rapidly. Many gad financial I .
many of which reach a height of 100 operations are being carried forward
who has had In
Earle, experience ,
:& E.C HArER, II feet, with trunks sometimes six Inches Unfortunately some unscrupul-
DL connection with experiment stationsIn ()U5 'penonI', I am is tl.BEST':
in diameter. The bamboo in this re sorry to say that
tt, DENTIST. the United States, was round as gion is one of the most valuable trees here are Americans among them too.

F Office U fieweU Bai14i. e* Twclftk director. Prof. Earle has with him an to the natives. The large trunks a are carrying on financial schemes that f(TllIZR--\oA ,used ,
reare
r Street.MIAMI. able corpi workers, both Cuban and used for the main posts In the t o not honest. oe7 nature i1lrs6N }KmT nut 1 be, !' tupj

i FLOIBDA.- American. Some of whom have had bacco houses ware housesjmd In their f'L.c"'UAC'" is the ...t.

H. r.ATTORNEYrAT. blIIIiSON,!. experience in connection with experi- homes. The small ones are used u The Children's Favorite. wwa.t so'... naI -

ment stations In the United States. rafters, and finally the still ImaIleronea

LAW.e The Cuban Experiment Station Is are split In halves and used for For coughs, croup. hooping cough I I

well equipped and has a very nice Income making the walls. Most of the houses etc. One Minute Cough Cure is the

Ipsetaa.a.eiyswaaalitksilr0a: """ of 75.000 a rear. Investigationsof are thatched with palm leaves. While children favorite,. That Is because t-

Office U BwU BalldlBC.XIAKI. tropical agriculture are carried on these structures could not be confided It contains no opiate Is perfectly Spec. Real Estate BargainsUNIMPROVED. 4flK

FLORIDA with vjteor and wltif a definite purpose elegant, they are very'unique and aarmless. tastes good and cures Sold

D ft. W. 8-' GR.A VT.t1G, In mind The location Is most delightful cooL by the Blscayne Drug Co. GROVES t

and the buildings and equipment Throughout this found
Journey
we
40 10 I .Id'tree 1 00 4
acres pine and hammock an sons year *, ;

y PirralCXAV AJTDOrnca 8vu.o. are already very extensive. In time the primitive methods of cooklngand SENATOR HUDSON HERE. Miami River ........ ...tMOOM tree*. SOO bearing' .........SS,000N
Hum TBuriora B'uw. this must become one of thetlDnt also the prlmltlye'foodL Tortllfos
iv S acre. S eld toss '
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experiment sIUons'in tropical regions. are the staple substitute for bread Say He Will Probably Move to Miami 10 acre land ......... .......943040 ISO tree year kearinf ...... ..$1.8Q0.AI ,

Boar from t a. m.to 4 p. m. These are made from maize groundon -Discussed Charter BIILHottTr. 8 acre .land ........ ........90000 2Q..acre
KI.AXIo Ft*. .y.areld gvw ......it,000.OB
From Havana the ship proceeded flat stones, the women doing this 22 acre pine and prairie en Ovem house I serve land, 100rallread

GIIdLBSPIBBNLOBDentis t westward through the Golf of'Trot, work. Fresh grinding are made for M. Hudson, of Tlbbala3re- ......... ... .....9M&00 banana 200 orange tre.KJO&M

-, tan. stoplng at Procreno to discharge each days supply. The batter 1s yard county who has repreeatJ

omes BOQIaro. cargo and to' take on passengers., moulded la the hand and baked in that county and Dade composing the
T.Y." IMPROVED FARMS '.
ornes Is rde.lLloll.el III" UQ.. This part of the voyage war rather a primitive kind of oven. WhIle they Thirteenth Senatorial District. la th*
...n>ue& __..._......... last tO-ecrea. /-room house, emit ho***. 400 tree*. 1U kearinf en reek:
r the temperature per,,,, are aot u light a* flannel cakes, sUU Legislature was among the,visitors
- mAKLnjOBIDA.HW. warm ,,1&, "'are la Miami read ea time...................... .......... ....... ......feMOM
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registering 11} degree in the shade. they probably u Butritou for Wednesday.,
acres ef pine and hammock, set In trees pineapples eta IM
IB comparison K1am1'woal4 be considered those people who are able to digest This 1* the Senator first visit herein ,
: XABCunOma them. The several month land, en time .................... .................. tUOOJO.
speakers not having trouble and fee
t a delightful resort naturally
e SomoPsthLat, very U acres 10 wider ltivattenl.200 searinf tress 7en -...... hoses ,
From Program we*proceeded to fa the war of dyspepsia, found BO difficulty was well received and highly complimented y
: Xtm. )&po i.vi4 ....0 la making'thl for his reek read near R, IL.W .......... .... ...... ........13,010,01
Vera Crux one of the most important supply one of services to Miami tad
,
Bows,sie 4 Sa
p acres land, pins and prairie, water frent, 1,800 trees smaJIhouee
dries In the Republic of Mexico. At the staple articles of,diet Dade county a* a member of the lotto
av.ft.* MrsluamA.. XIAMIJOHN body of Florida eargaln ..................... ...... ............12,10tlS yi
the time of oar arrival the United I The native bird of this region lawmakers.In .

r B. RZDXSICI, States naval Teasel Columbia had Just one of the wonder and interesting conversation with a MetropoU r

CIVIL ENGINEERAND delivered th body of the late ambassador to everybody. The parrot keep np a representative Senator Hudson when FIRE= I TlSI'URANGE xt.

from Mexico. This was a vary constant screeching and yelling during asked about the report that he la to .

; SURVEYOR. nice courtesy and compliment shownto the evening and early mornlag. The move JaIl residence from Brevard Oily the best companies repreeeated. Ben are ..*. ef them. ftu
Jar ... u t. I'v ftJu .
kDoes to.....DtYl41q IMp n.ya Mexico. 'A:portion of the marme.ud makaw sound their note a* a brinyaunty to Miami replied that wafle ,._, London A Globe. IsraraDee (".c. of Nor1Ja ,.I...,.,... Fireman

r V heI-I'e"" officers accompanied the body to I and persistently a* any of their lea* such is not aa assured fact that It 1* had Orl uL New York Underwriters, (Hartford) Hanover,German AUUne

; YLIYL FLORIDA. the City of Mexico. where the Interment I fortunate kind who happen to be cap- reasonably certain that he will a* he

g H. SICEMOHl_ took place. I lured and carried to MlamL The bird has 'abo made np JaIl mind to do M.In JOS.: K D.RN' -

( ,At Vera Cms was found United StatHl fauna of Mexico 1* one of the moet reference to the Miami,charter bill ,

''REAL ESTATE. Consul Cindy, who has been there for I interesting and probably the richest in )lr. Hudson stated that It was a good :Real Es'ta'teAKenCy

1 aiMT PtJrmm CRAM Uno COM AJI' nine rears. Mr.'Canaay and his assistants North America Among the songbirds hAnal cearure and one that should -

V .f STATE KOTAKT AT rCBLIO IJLKGE do all they can to make the and one that U frequently caged, give satisfaction if'vent through the l '

'JUTLEB. FLORIDA. travelers from the United' State comfortable I II one resembling our mocking bird, Senate without opposition, and that FREDK. S. MORSE

and at home. We found Mr. with a most musical whistle. afterwards he was assuredly Governor ,

i tL P. BRANNING. Candy and all of his assistants more Browarl that It would o*,approved r
In the region where rains are abundant "
AItneJ" G.fehrbea9t than courteous, and they did a great most gorgeous and luxuriant as It was a local measure and la REAL ESTATE

Atksflai toXefcdiaM. lefercscaiFlorida deal to make the star In the city vpleasant growing orchid were seen. At this accord with the desires of the people
of Miami who, are alone affected by
Iels c..tr. Stili'"..hr of the dry season only
time the year,
r iL Offices/ stairs Cor. .I...
I From Vera Cons the Journey was op .C aDd 11 th St.
West Palm-Beach, :: taken to the capital'of Vent Cruz. those that grow upon the tree were Mr. Hudson will leave tonight for
conspicuous. The air plants, whlcn Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
Jalapa. At Jalapa the Governor was a short visit to Gins and from there .
: .*TAHXS T.8AVDKB8., I found most courteous and entertaining. belong to'the pineapple family were will return to Tlbbals, there he will
also beglnln to bloom la considerable
ATTORNEY ANDCOUNSELOR While he did not speak English fluently. abundance. Quite a number of the decide upon his contemplated removal ,- AGENT OR LANDS OF

-AT LAW. he understood It and war able to to Miami.lister
specie are Indentical with those tea t Florida East Coast Co.
; Co.reW ad KM XitoU L w. Agent for carry on the conversation In a spirited have In Florida. Railway

IIS M&Om. a way. 'The Governor very kindly offered we On the trip to Palms only one Bliss.. Pensacola's new chief Florida-Coast Line' Canal and Tran*. Co.

? YIAYI. FLORIDA. his assistance la carrying out American was found. This was Mr. executive, Is dead against wife and Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
the work la hand, and from him we woman beaters and among the first
Kedney. who i* ,owner of the Hlaci-
,pc MITCHELL D. PRICE, secured valuable paper to .the chief sentence he Imposed alter taking office .
ends Rio Clara, a beautiful plantationof
of canton that we expected to visit was to send a negro to Jail for
Attorney, at Law ,and Sohcitorin Jalapa' a very quaint and beau.Litul about 5.000 acre Mr. Kedney sixty day for brutally ill-treating his
left flortda promptly after
having very /Now is Time
Chancery., city, of probably 10.000 Inhabitants. the great freeze of "4-15. wife. Bliss, of Pensacola. I* like the
ML Perote is oooltantiysight In Sewer of MlamL All wool and a yard
COM: SUcbett' Bid*.. lltua. ray On arriving at Papantia, it was with .
and on clear day ML, Orizaba, vide on that score. "
considerable gusto that some If* water
r W. 'C. C.MAYNARD, an extinct volcano 1* la clear view, was again encuntered. It may be -- -- To Plant Orange Trees
appearing to-be only a short distance ,
of comfort to those people who are LOW RATES via
from the city. In fact, one would doing considerable: scolJlng about Ice and Grape'ruit '
Imagine that It would be only an after- Louisville & Nashville R. R
and various other luxuries In Miami .

luncheon walk to get to this mountain i to know that the price of ice la this TIM tailoring! low. ...... trip nu f._
while the distance Is about forty Jacb.e..fIs to .a....tfOI.t"I Nonk a04 Wr.t Aso Rose .Bushes ,for Winter Booming!
city of about five thousand inhabitant nil be !.,..oct.. iUn* ._.. Props
..i JEWELER AD OPTICIAN. miles. The climate 1 I luw ,,
delightful in Uoaalvlj ntr from tit point.
1* 18 cent a kilo a kilo being And all other ornamental trees and shrubs .}
Jalapa. LOVIITOtl. XT. .
While at
Perfect flttlnr..' wearlna; jclaiaea noon day it was
easy
v between two aad three pounds Sato !!..<.. acc.t Unni-d C'oaff'd.afW Please call write for and otherGRIFFI"NrBROS.
comfort. With eitn- or catalogue
are a great our very warm still seeing snow capped The visit to the Isthmus of Tenuant- Trtu-M MniBMM.JiitUlvU.MC.. with anal J descriptive
site apparatus and large expeneoce Orizaba had a decidedly cooling effect limit J.I, ldl \
there is no guar work. Pnoe rue epee war somewhat more easily carried rOtTL.xDOIIOO

eooable. We repair W. b"CJocb1 out At Sanbnrn Mr. Harvey, a Kate IMAr:account Louis! Clark Crat...l- (
Jewerly and Spectacles. !l From Jalapa the made real Eipuo.. Ticket. ...<1 crrtam dal.... G0\
way war by former resident '
year trade asked for. Located on Arsue of California, met the May Zlrd U Srpt. :M loal rctcrn linit u da/. "
D between Uth and llth 8U. I train to Tezultlan the nearest railway train. After a ride of about an houraDd Baa laelss.relss.and Lo Acln., Cal.
station to' the desired field f from bto Palos tlckH. Mid rrrtamdam Apr.l "
MAYHARD; a half through rubber
w. c. I plants Wtk to ..pat Nib IK. anal\ men limn POMONA NURSERIES
ag .Ie..ra" firtdoaM OodeUa .this station the trip had to be made Lions we arrived at headquarters di j. from daw of Ale, am ta rxc.ed No. 30th,

on horse back the distance being Here Mr. Harvey 8r. has collected DKXYXK. COLOKADO Main office Nur ry Office, y
Rate 415. account I rile ma t xnal
.about 75 or 100 miles., For the most together one of the finest lot of palms L.at.e COO..t.. Tkket..W J.Epworth n. JOt to Cor. Are Cam* 12th St.. up stairs Little Hirer. FlaxQ300OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQ
Jalj roil,Vac, flaal rrtara limit Aaa.Sth .
PATENTSPUPOHM part the road was In excellent ton sib that It has been my pleasure to see BUrTALO. K. T. \

hill sides ahrdl shrdl shrdl lunvbg In addition to palms he has also Rat 32.M: accoaat : .nal: ..mtlar Griad I
many Lodr B. P- O. C. Tkkrta ....'. lily *ta '. 10.j I \
don of course going down steep bin other tropical aft* subtropical species 10. Bail tiara limit July 2ttb. e
rromtrr .rl. r rt eTUNNIe.vr..rtat.sr. TOIONTO.'taxan.Rate I
side and climbing equally steep one of
trees. This place 1 sJ
.. .o.rlrt..w yes a veritable tttS: "cco al ImeraaUoaal Epworta '
nit ..-a,.warleLrbm.rss.YMawt .. on.the other aide of the raving At botanical garden, although It I* only leaeie ...*....-. Tkkrta told Jaa.19ih lu I
.. emtJ W ftM 1W.JAD'.II: :
Irpart-r ..' or'aacent jM Uc.. But retira limit Aarait 25th. j; : :
_.raMnamawr r..r.a.r.r.eM ea.a.rr..M tt.b.a..rs.. many place the descent being six or seven rear'since Mr. Harvey l'AaBTILLK.TES.
......-lets.- v.aas+.. ..- so precipitous that riding was settled here. Ram tI4JS, acc ..' Prabodrmrr CdlM 511.-
.etmeL. School; Vawtrrlnlt Bablical luht.tc.
.NMI W e.Plat.wr.ANNNDTO eataV
quite out of the question. The oralThe of Ticket aoM ccnaia, dater JIM
U. .. *****oc.oa City Mexico where It became _,, lllal/Nb, .
aaal limit S pIe 30th.IxOIPILLI -
M 1 4 Do 0.. vials that transport cargoes here are necessary to remain a brief length of ? .

burros and mule 4 Horseae are frequently time to be able to pas the quarantine Rat flUS accoaat Samawr School of the Is rapidly I going to the front as the-lead-
So ta. Ticket aoM cinai. ..-. Jan. Mth
DSWIFMKILL used for saddle purposes, but oMcen, 1*.one of the most net a to Jill, 15lh lc_aaal tet.niimitSept.3lKh.BUSTOL. ing city in South Florida. Everybody t
not,.as a rule, for carrying cargoes Ufnl title on the continent It I* of TISaRatrafttSB H

The amount that one of these small cosmopolitan character. This I* shown Baptist Brrthera accoaat ticket....ul sold inertia May tgtb Grmaa to- is going to Miami. Now is the time to 8 =
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mules Is able to carry seem almost' by the fact that a German opera ha For fall laformatloa. achrdaiea and raw let i secure a choice location either for busi-
Incredible. been going for anpoint.. North or W* u call OB or writ .
on several weeks. I
COUCH (.Ea. HEMMING ness or residence Choice locations in
The route from TeinlUan was one has probably Inhabitant from an of Fla. Yaw Ant, L. at N. R R. I
AD:>> CURE THE LUNGS of the, most Interesting parts of the the principal nations. Everything 9M W. Bay Mtmt. Jackauvrtlle. Florida! |, the city for sale by : : : : : : :

trip though we can not say that It

WITH Dr. Klcg'sNew "as at all times agreeable. After Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's /

leaving TeznlUaa the inhabitants were FORT DALLAS LAND CO.OOOCXXXJOOOOOOOxxxx

mostly| of the aboriginal Meican.:: /lie .
Discovery
diet while not exactly what one would : :>oooooooo '

TOlttuil'TIOR. Price find In the Wsldorf-Astorla, was In w

FOR OUGHSantf- Me It 1.00 general palatable and nourishing. It Call! on Or {
'LOS Free Trial took three days to cover the distanceto Tonic :ro :=3. nAsrent. =::: :.."' -. :". :C. ::-::3nA.HA.

Barest and Quickest Cure for all Papantia. and four days to retrace Tasteless Chill I.rt'i<:e-l"rc..., Fort Dallas
THBOATand LUNG TROUBLES the route. In going there Dalla Land Co.. Miami. Fla. Land Co.. St. Aujustine FU "
was a descent
or MONEY SACK.,
of several thousand feet, wnile No-Core-No-Pay. so cents. lly

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The presents were beautiful and appropriate f' ny already purchased three large re

ROMfH-HAHN In fact, it is doubtful whether -I and powerful dredges ant has contracted j
there has ever been garnered on alike for the building of five more- i'
occasion In Miami such a rare all of which will be used In the ex-
collection of costly gifts. Conspicuous tension work., I

!E MARRIAGE TIES among them were a gorgeous It is also stated that the company { HERE
Ps diamond crescent, the gift of the will. give employment to as many men j ITISr
bridegroom, and a beautiful white silk as can be secured and that agents are
matinee from Mrs. John M. BurdiD'e.The now out securing the best of labor for

ma nee was trimmed Imported this work, the majority of which will
In the presence of a church filled lace and ribbon and every stltcn' be experienced In railroad and trestle

: to iu greatest capacity bj admiring was made by hand and it was the building.A .
;; friends and with a large Dumber unable cause of much admiration from the large force of hands aie at work on '
?; to gain admission. Eugene Benjamin throng that gathered to view the galaxy the- extension below Homestead buildIng Last week,we said that we would have one of the

k' Romfh and Miss Kathrjrne Ellz of beauty. The other presents the road on the mainland to the
'i;i abeth Habn were united in the bonds consisted of cut gla ;s In every design coast where. the work 01 carrying It most Gigantic Price Slaughtering Sales of the season.

} 6 of holy wedlock at Trinity Episcopal and shape, solid silver dinner seta, across the water and keys will com- ': "We will
not disappoint We have
;x Church yesterday afternoon at six handsome china sets, silverware for mence. Three and one-half miles of you. just finished
: o'clock the beautiful Eipscopai marriage all use dollies and handkerchiefs of this work hare already been graded '
i taking'an inventory of our stupenduous stock and .have
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service being conducted by Her. the very finest quality of linens, chairsrugs and the bed is now ready for the layIng '
,t Dr. N. B. Fuller, rector of the church. and numerous other articles appropriate of the ties and rails, and it will laid out and
some rare exceptional values for
.,j; The wedding party entered the for. wedding girts. be but a few ",'eeks"before the coast our cus-

t church at the above hour and after The bride Is the eldest daughter of i will hare been reached and by which tomers. Look over the list will have such ran
; never
.r .the users. Messrs. Morse. Osborne Mr. and Mrs. P.V.. Hahn and spent I time: the company will probably be you
t Hall J. C. Cramling had taken her girlhood in Miami where .b.e'' ready to take up the more difficult opportunity to get such good values for 'so little
their places.Lohengrin's bridal march drew about her a host of admiringand task of carrying it across the water. ,

was struck up on the organ by Mr. loving friends. She Is a young money again. This sale is for -
. and the little ,
Franklin Coleman Bush, woman of rare musical and other accomplishments .
HARROD WRITES AGAIN. .
j. flower girls. Ethel Jackson and Dor a r'clal favorite and I II I -

,k othy Badge, passed down the aisle admired b aiL The; groom is a young I
j; strewing'rose leaves. Behind them : 'man of sterling business qualitlesana I Former Miami Man Tells of Some '

'J 'came the bridesmaid Miss JeannetteWatson i a member 04 the dry goods and ciotb- Things in Panama.A Monday JimeflQ
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I.. and the Mr. Harry
t' groomsman ing house of Anthony-Romfh. and popular ,
.' CulberblOn.I. with all classes, and the Metropolis secona letter received from E. E.
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Following them came the maid of Joins with the public in wishingthe Harrod formerly of this city who 0 .

honor Miss \\lhelmlna Hahn sister happy young couple a pleasant went to Gorgona, Panama, to assistIn
h o the bride, and next the bride lean- wedding outing and all. the joys and dgglns the Panama canal, says
ing on the arm of her father Hon. F. success possible to mankind. that he gained eight pounds in weightIn '
1. \V. Hahn. At the altar they were met I, the first month, and that as he was 36 Pieces Bed Spreads }

,s! by the bridegroom and his best man, DELRAY DOTS.Vhat fool enough to go to that country he

b )Ir. \V. 3. Rodgers, and the Impressiveand .. t.- will be fool enough to stay for awhile.
sacred words were pronounced Harrod says that a good many of Table Damask This is a great slaughter sale on bed .
that made their hearts and destiniesas \ Has Transpired Town.at This Prosperous changes have been made since he went spreads. We will need the space they
Little
to Gorgona and that he expects
one. more
Immediately after the ceremony the as the new canal commlsion went In white, red and unbleached. This sale occupy and have lowered the price to ,

t "bridal party were driven to the Hahn Mr. W. W. Blackmer was in Jack through the zone inspecting but a few will see them all move the moving point. ,
residence on the Boulevard.the strains tonville several days this week on days before he wrote. One thing that
of )letldel ohll' wedding warch peal- business. worries him is that he has to pay $1.00 White bed spreads that sold for

lag forth" from the organ under the Mrs. R. S. King of Manta, spent for as much tobacco as he could get 2 pieces white Damask value, 25G % 75c. to go for . '. .48 G
master touch of Mr. Bush, as they left Thursday In town shopping. They in the States for a quarter 'ihere Is 35c for . . . . .
the church, and where an Informal reception will all learn after a while where to but little sickness at Gorgona and White
bed
r: was held and refreshments come when they want bargains in there has occurred but one case of 6 pieces white Damask value 48 spreads that sold for .60c
served.r good goods. yellow fever since he went there. roc for. .G 85c. to go for . '

Entering the church and proceedingto The canning factory Is working overtime The cooking} he says. Is vastly different I
the chancel the bridal party passed every day this week. there from 'that In America, but 2 pieces white Damask value 68G White bed spreads that sold for

t tinder_an archway of ferns and white Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood gave a social that it Is healthy and very nutrition $1.00 for . . . . I 1.00. to go for . . .7QG
i ,fipwers. the chancelbeing bedeckedIn party Thursday evening In honor "Ton should see the butcher here," he
maiden-hair ferns and oowert and of their daughter Miss Ednawho says In conclusion "He kills two 1 piece white Damask. $ 1 1.10 1 White bed that sold '
value 1.50 for. . . . spreads for
Slaving a'mo.t pleasing,effect The leaves for Bay City. Mick, Saturday head of cattle and then ties them on 98G
t; the 125. to go for . . . .
to spend summer. of the
church otherwise was most oeantlfally one little horses and then gets
20 pieces Mill Ends. 2 I 1-2 to '
decorated. Cocoanut palms encased Mr. Geo. R. Lyman Is making Del- on himself. The horse Is not much 501'
the window* and covered the walls, ray his headquarters, buying and larger than a goat, but he will walk 3 .-2 yards value 85c for. . White bed spreads that sold for 1 1.35

white the electric lights were so decorated shipping pines., off with his load over the mountains Eighty-five cent values 1.75. to go for . .. . .'. .
with terns as to represent hang- Frank Gautler of Jacksonville, was and slip and aUde'-abont. but never 60c .
} for . . . . . . .
la
Ing baskets. The decorating was don town Thursday. fall down They have to have a leather -
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under the,supervision of Mrs. 8. I* There are a number of Japs In town strap run down Its back from the 20 pieces Mill Ends 2 I 1-2 to
Patterson and )(ra. John Sewell. and looking over their future home. They saddle and under Its tail to keep tae 48c'
3 1 12 value 65c for
yards, . NainsookI
sot one pcesent could help but admire have bought a large tract of land saddle and load from going over Its

the beautifull.work' and artistic- effect from the Keystone Plantation Company head and a breast strap to keep us piece of unbleached, value Qfl50c.
J produced. and the Railway Company and animal from walking through the belt O.UO .
for
50 of white checked
The brde was daintily and prettily are after more. when he goes up hill. It Is InterestIng pieces Nainsook
attired In white crepe de chine over Mrs. 8. 8. Union. Mrs.' McLeod to watch and wonderful to see 4 pieces red Damask, value We will sell 10 cent values for 8 l-3c

taffeta, en train, and wore a veil with and Miss Jessie Fenno left Tuesdayto what these baby horses can carry." 40 to SOc for . .25 C 15 and 16 2-3 cent values for 12 l-2c.
x'wrath of lilies-of-the-vaJley.. .the veil spend the summer In Sadnaw. r
4 being fastened by a beautiful diamond Mick A HARD LUCK STORY. -
crescent, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Ed McLoed left last week for t

She'carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Detroit. Much, to spend the summer. Old Stake Claims In Colorado TurnOut 45 Dozen Napkins Madras
k The mal4.-Af honor was gowned In The plneaple crop this year,Is far Very Valuable. ,
1 white point"de esprit over taffetawhUethe'bridesmaid greater than was expected and are

wa,tttired in an attractive bringing good prices.BOYtiTON Many here and especially those ,in Will be offered Monday and Madras all kinds 60 and 75c i

tit gown of white organdie, each Palm Beach and the northern' end of this quality is unquestionable values for . . . 1 . .38G
wearing girdles of green silk to match BRIEFS. the county know Mr., Russell T. Joy ,
and carrying bouquets, of .white carna for the put five years private organist
10 dozen 70c value for dozen. .45c Madras all kinds 35 and 40c
a
bona Interesting Batch of News From This at "Whitehall." the winter homeof 27r.
The beautiful Hahn home Had been Prosperous Place. ),Ir. and Mrs. Henry M. Flatter at 1 10 dozen 75c value for a dozen. .38cvalues for .-. . . . ,
most appropriately decorated in green Palm Beach, hence the following from
15 dozen. 1.00 value for a dozen. .65c
r and ..b.1tethe'bridal colon-for the W., R. Harney of the firm of Chase the Goldfield (Col) News will be In Fifty pieces lawn sateen batiste -
occasion.: Bowls of and ft of 10 dozen 1.75 value for a dozen 1.25 percale
roses greens ; Harney. Miami, was In town on teresting. and
ginghams worth from 15c to
a were displayed about the parlors and Tuesday soliciting consignments of "Two years ago Russell'T. Joy of 35 tabfe
from the wait and ceilings hung festoons fruit for that firm. New York City came to Uoldfield and cents on the MonI fl/

of green'and white. FromthecefllngTover Frank H.Webber one of the popular located 18 claims right in the heartof I Corsets dayfor . . . ; . IvO x

the: dining room was East Side residents left Wednesday the best portion of the district- .
suspended a wedding bell in green and for his home in Boston, to spend the ground which has produced millionsthe
white, from which riboons, vine fortune he made raising tomatoes this put 18 months. He had portions We have a few odd sizes In Nemo and

"wreathed,'were carried to the four corners winter. Before leaving he closed a of the Jumbo. Combination Florence, R & G Corsets that that have been sold Table Covers

V of the table. The center dish was deal with Cullen Pence for a tract January and other good producers In for 1.00 and one twenty-five. These cor-
white. .roses, while the. sides of the of pineapple land which will be set their locallt1'ataked. He liked the I
and should
sets them.
w; table were draped la ferns ana other In pines this fall by the Ambler Pin: country all light but neglected to do are new you see
.. greens, the effect In the entirety being ery Company with Mr. Webber as the necessary assessment work and returned Monday only one pair to eachfflp One half dozen tapestry table covers.

most beautiful and Inviting. their agent and caretaker of the place. to New York. All these claims customer .. sold everywhere for 40c 20G ,

The punch bowl was on a separate Fred S .Dewey'&. here a few hours I were located. Perhaps he was a little our Monday price. . . h
table artistically decorated la foliage Tuesday, to business. I ,
attending I too selfish In wanting to own 300 acresor 8 p
+ and sea-crapes while in the ,library Pineapple shipments were very perhaps It was due to the fact that Linen Tea Toweling o dozen worth

were found the 'magnificent costly heavy the past week and will continueso his bank account was not large e.Jbalo: . . .: . .$1.25
and, beautiful presents, au attesting this week. The fruit Is of excellent enough tie watched the
progress of
12 checked linen tea
pieces towelingthat
< the popularity of the recipients. flavor If a little small In size .on account the camp with great interest and
v Mr. and Mrs. Hahn were assisted of the freeze and dry weather.H. year ago be returned looked over*one his sold for 12 1-2,15 and 20 cents a One half dozen portlers. regular $3.00 ;

In receiving by Mr. G. B. Bomfh and B. Murray Is on the sick list old locations, his no more and started yard, all on the table for a I Oc values: our Monday price CI 7K

-,' lira Q. B. Ro Ilfb. 8r, brother and Jesse Dangharty and Littleton Redder out to make some more locations. He I sale . . . . ,..I./J
mother of the'brtdecroom. Refreshments cleariJlc'their land
' y are at Hypo- staked five claims near the present
were served and the few short luxo.preparing to set Into orange trees site, had them surveyed and recordedand
"' minutes allowed for this pleasure werethorupghly. and pineapples this falL did the
amount of
necessary work
enjoyed the majority of Work was suspended on the cottages this time to comply with the law tie F
those present accompanying the bridal the beach Send Your Mail Orders
on last week on account of returned a few days ago and found us
party to the train and there showering: shortage of lumber but the buildings that the locations made last year were
them with rice and an abundance of are going up with a rush this week. valuable now.
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good wishes' for a pleasant honeymoon Attorney C. C. Chllllngworth. of I
"Some years ago Mr. Joy reslJed In
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and suoceis through life. Mr. West Palm Beach, was here on legal the west, where he was interested In Will Receive Attention
and )(ra.- Romfh"will be away about business Monday. He was accompanied mining and real estate. For the past They Prompt

t two weeks and upon their return to by his wife and children who re- 5 years, however he has occupied the
X1&m11f1l1 be at home at the residence turned In the auto, while Mr. Chilling- unique position of private organist
.i of the'groom's mother Mrs. O. B. worth waited for the evening train. and master of ceremonies ot White

'. Romfh, on the Bo 1enrct. Benson Brothers, are preparing to ball: Palm Beach, Florida, the winter
"' The bride's going away 'gown was put out several acres'of pines this tail. home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry )(. FlagIcr. -
of blue silk velour the jacket trimmed Mr. Flagler Is a
the'Standard Oil
In moss green velvet and applique wita MORE RAILROAD magnate. His duties occupy him only Burdine & Quarterman
net waist,over silk. With this win EXTENSION TALK four months of the yesr. The summer s
worn a, polo cap of blue violets and he has been devoting to mining

blue velLOne Now that extensive work Is under and business interests in Nevada. This
of the pretty incidents at the way and rapidly assuming enormous the
year hustling young man Is backed
Hahn residence was the bride throw- proportions on the extension of the .
I by some v wealthy capitalists of the
lug or giving away, her wedding bouquet F. R. C. Railway there Is much talk east.
which she dlj by tossing It into of plans and preparations for this "' '* }
Whitehall. where Mr. Twelfth Street Avenue
Joy livesIn
JG Miami Fla. ;
the bevy of ., ladies assembles
its she ame'down.OUJIC the stairway. Miss work in the in main the correct air. ad all of which are the the world.winter' It. Is cost one the of the Standard palaces OTi of I I

Erne Welsh was the fortunate to From
: tone reliable source It was learned magnate upward '-of four million dol.
secure It In the scramble that .ensued. th1a'D1OI'IlInC that the railroaj com- lars." I J u

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The presents were beautiful and appropriate pany already purchased three large : t

in fact it is doubtful whether I, and powerful dredges and has contracted I
ROMfH-H
there has ever been gathered on a for the building of five more, '
like occasion in Miami such a rare all tf which will be used in the extension I
i collection of costly gifts. Conspicuous work. '

MARRIAGE I TIES among them were a gorgeous It is alto 'stated that the companywill i HEREb: .

sa diamond crescent, the gift of the give employment to as many men I'
bridegroom and a beautiful white silk as can be secured and that agents are
matinee from Mrs. John M. Burdine. now out securing the best of labor for 1
.
a The maUnee( was trimmed In imported this ,work the majority of which will tc

In the presence of A church Ailed lace and ribbon and every sUtctf be experienced in railroad and trestle
P
to iu greatest capacity by admiring was made by hand and it was the building.A .

B S friend and with a large number unable cause of much admiration from the large force of hands ate at work on Last week we said that we would have one of the
admission.. Eugene Benjamin Homestead build
to gain throng that gathered to view the galaxy the extension below ;

Roma and Miss Kathryne Elizabeth : of beauty. The other presents ing the road on the mainland to the most Gigantic Price Slaughtering Sales of the season.
Ilahn were unitedyn the bonds consisted of cut glass in every design coast where the work 01 carrying it I

of holy wedlock at Trinity Episcopal and shape. solid silver dinner sets across the water and keys will com I 'We will not disappoint you. We have just finished
Church yesterday afternoon at six handsome china sets, silverware for mence. Three and one-half miles of

;' 'o'clock the beautiful Eipscopai marriage all use. doilies and handkerchiefs of this ,,worK bate already been gradedand I taking an inventory of our stupenduous stock and have
service being conducted by Kev. the very finest quality of linens chairs the bed is now ready for the laying

Dr. N. :B.: Fuller rector of toe church. rugs and numerous other articles appropriate of tbe ties and rails and it will laid out some rare and exceptional values for our cus-
The wedding party entered the for wedding girts. be but a few weeks before the coast II

church at the above hour and after The bride 'is the eldest daughter of will have been reached, and by which tomers. Look over the list; you will never have suchan
the ushers Messrs. Morse Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. Hahn and spent time the company will probably be
Hall and J. C. Crawling had taken her girlhood in Miami where she ready to take up the more difficult opportunity to get such good values for so little
their places Lohengrin's bridal march drew about her a host of admiringand task of carrying it across the water. .

r was struck op on the organby, Mr. loving friends. She is a young money again. This sale is for ..,' -i..
Franklin Coleman Bush, and the little woman of rare musical and other accomplishments
HARROD WRITES AGAIN.
Cower girls Ethel Jackson and Dorothy aclal favorite and

.I, Bidge, passed down the aisle admired b aiL The groom is a young
r strewing rose.leaveS. Behind them 'man of sterling business qualitlesjina Former Miami Man Tells of Some

came tie bridesmaid! Miss Jeannette a member o. the dry goods and cioth- Things'In Panama.A Monday June f 19
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Watson and the groomsman :Mr. Har ing house of Anthony-Romfh. popular ,
? ry Cultiertson. with all classes and the Metropolis second letter received from E. E. 4.r }y

Following them came the maid of Joins with the public in wishingthe Harrod. formerly of thin city, who .
honor' Miss Wlhelmlna Hahn sistero happy young couple a pleasant went to Gorgon Panama to assistIn
i the ride, and next: the bride leanIng wedding outing and all the Joys and dsrlns the Panama canal, says I

on the arm of her father, Hon. F.W' success possible to mankind. that he gained eight pounds in weightin 36 Pieces Bed .
Hatn.: At the altar they were met the first month and that as he was Spreads .
by the bridegroom and his best man DELRAY DOTS. fool enough to go to that country be

)(r. W. J. Rodgers, and the impressiveand r' will be fool enough to stay for awhile.HarroJ Damask
sawed ;words were pronouncedthat .m says that a good many of Table This is a great slaughter sale on bed .

; nude their hearts and destinies What Has Transpired at This. Prosperous changes nave been made since he wentto spreads. We will need the space they
Little 'fo..n.Mr. Gorgona and that he expects more
and have lowered the to
as one. occupy price
In white red and unbleached. This sale
as the new canal commlslon went ,
after the the the
"i Imim-dlately ceremony: moving point.
"bridal arty were driven to the Haha W. W. Blackmer was in Jack- through the zone inspecting but a few will see them all move .
!" the Boulevardjbe strains conville several days this week on days before he wrote. One thing that .
residence on '
White bed sold for
that
of Mendelsohn' wedding warch peal- business. worries him is that he has to pay $1.00 spreads 48 }
Ing fotth from the organ under the Mrs. R. S. King, of Danla, spent for as much tobacco as he could get 2 pieces white Damask value 25G 75c to go for '. G .

, : master touch of Mr. Bush, as they'left Thursday In town shopping. They In the States for a quarter. 'ihere is 35cfor . . . . . ;
the church, and where an Informal isception will all learn after a while where to but little sickness at Gorgona and White bed spreads that sold for

was held and refreshments come when they want bargains In there has occurred but one case of 6 pieces white Damask value 48 G 8Sc. to go for . . . 60G
erred. good goods. yellow fever since he went there. I..nfor. . . . . . .
I
4 The canning factory Is working overtime The cooking be says is vastly differ
the church and proceeding
Entering 2 white Damask, White bed l for
this week. there from that in America but pieces spreadsthatsoid 70
,, to the chancel the bridal party passed every day ent : I.u.e. 68G
ender an archway of ferns and white Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood gave a social that it Is healthy and very nutrttlou $1.00 for. . . . 1.00, to go for . . . /OO 1

w" towers, the chancel being bedecked party Thursday evening in honor "You should see the butcher here," be 1 piece white Damask .
Ji ja maiden-hair ferns and nowers and I of their daughter Miss Fdna.who says in conclusion. "He kills two I $1.10 I 1 White bed spreads that sold for A 0
value 1.50 for. . . .
having'a most pleasing effect! The leaves for Bay City Mien, Saturday head of cattle and then ties them on 1.25 to go for. . . . /OU
tv church'otherwfos was most Beautiful :. to spend the summer. one of the little horses and then gets 20 pieces Mill Ends 2 !
Ceo. R. Lyman is making Del- himself. The horse Is not much for..50c c
ly decorated Cocoanut palms encased Mr. on
3 1-2 yards value 85c White bed spreads that sold for
the WI..scrn'and covered the walls ray his headquarters. buying and larger than a goat, but he will walk 1 1.35
white the electric lights were so decorated shipping pineLFrank off with his load over the mountains Eightyfive.cent values 1.75. to go for. . .. . .
Gantler of Jacksonville, was and slip and slide about but never 60 G
t with terns as to represent hangIng for . . . . . . 5:
t+ahiu.: The decorating was done la town Thursday. fall down. They bare.to have a leather -
under the supervision of Mrs 8. L. There are a number of Jape.in town strap run down its back from the 20 pieces Mill Ends 2 1-2 to 48G' '

Patterson and Mrs. John Sewell. and looking over their future home. They saddle and under its tail to keep the 3 1 12 yards value 65c for. . Nainsook
r not one present could help but admire have bought a large tract'of land saddle and load from going over Its

: the beautiful work and artistic effect from the Keystone Plantation Company head, and a breast strap to keep the 'I 1 piece of unbleached, value30G :.

produced.The and the Railway Company and animal from walking through the belt 50c for . . . . 50 pieces of white checked Nainsook -
are after more. when he hllL It is Interesting -
brde was daintily and prettily goes up
We will sell 10 cent values for 8 l-3c
Mrs S. 8. Llnton Mrs. McLeodand watch wonderful to 4 red Damask value ,
attired in white crepe de chine over to and see pieces ,
25
taffeta! en train and wore a Tell with Miss Jessie Fenno left Tuesday what these baby horses can carry." 40 to 50c for . . . G 15 and 16 2-3 cent values for 12 I-2c. I ,
wreath of lWea-of- e..Uey. the Tea to spend the summer in Saginaw d

feeing fastened by a beautiful diamond Mich. A HARD LUCK STORY.Old .
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crescent, the! gift of the bridegroom. Mr. Ed McLoed left last week for

Che carried a bouquet of bride's rose Detroit. Mich., to spend the summer. Stake Claims In Colorado Tura 45 Dozen Napkins "' Madras ,
The maid of honor was gowned In The plneaple crop this year is far Out Very Valuable.
white point de esprit over taffetawh0e greater than was expected and are
,' the'bridesmaid wa tttlred in an attractive bringing good prices. Many here and especially those In Will be offered Monday and Madras all kinds 60 and 75c 38&

;: gown of white organdie, each Palm Beach and the northern end of this quality is unquestionable values for . . . : . -
wearing girdles of green silk to match BOYNTON BRIEFS. thei. county know Mr. Russell'T. Joy

a and carrying bouquets of .white caroa-: for the put five years private organ Madras all kinds. 35 and 40c
J 10 dozen 70c value for a dozen. .45c
Batch of News From This 27r.
tJou. Interesting 1st at "Whitehall. the winter homeof t
dozeti..38cvalues for .*. . . . .
Prosperous 10 75c value for
The beautiful Hahn home had been Place.W. Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler. at dozen a
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most appropriately decorated in green Palm Beach, hence the following from 15 dozen. 1.00 value for a dozen. .65c
'r and white-the bridal colon-for*the R. Harney. of the fins of Chase the Goldfield (Col) News will be UK Fifty pieces lawn sateens, batiste percale -
10 dozen 1.75 value for dozen 1.25
a, 'occasion. Bowls of roses and green Harney.. of Miami, was in town on terestlng. a and ginghams worth from 15c to

,, were displayed about the parlors and Tuesday, soliciting consignments of "Two years ago Russell T. Joy. of 35 cents on the table Mon-
from the walls and ceilings hung fes- fruit for that firm New York City came to Goldfleld and I 0 G
day for . . . n. .
r teens of green and white. From,the Frank H.Webber, one at the popular located 18 claims right in the heartof Corsets ;
ceiling over' the dining room was East Side residents left Wednesday the best portion of the district-

"suspended a wedding bell In green and for his home in Boston, to spend the ground which has produced millions .
white from which rlboons. vine fortune he made raising tomatoes this the past 18 months. He had portions We have a few odd sizes in Nemo and ,

wreathed, were carried to the four corers'of winter. Before leaving he closed a of the Jumbo. Combination, Florence. R & G Corsets that that have 'been sold Table CoversOne

the table.. The center dish was deal with Cnllen Pence for a tract January and other good producers in for 1.00 and one twenty-five. These cor- .
whit roses while the sides of the of pineapple 1&IId" which will beset their locality staked. He liked the sets are new and you should see them.
'' 'table were draped in ferns aDo other in pines this tall by the Ambler Pin country all tight but neglected to do Monday only one pair to each \ half dozen tapestry table covers
greens, the effect! in the entirety being ery Company with Mr. Webber as the necessary assessment work and returned Af\r
a customer for. . . h' . sold everywhere for 40c 9flr
most beautiful and Inviting. their agent and caretaker of the place. to New York. All these claims (
our Monday price. . . .
The- punch howl was on a separate Fred S Dewey was here a few hours were located. Perhaps he was a little *
table artistically decorated in foliage Tuesday attending to business. too selfish In wanting to own 300 acresor I

and sea-grapes,' while in the library Pineapple shipments were very perhaps it was due to the fact that Linen Tea Toweling One half dozen worth $1.25 I .

a were found the magnificent', costly heavy the past week and will continue his bank account was not large 2.50 for . . . .
and beautiful presents au attesting so this week. The fruit Is of excellent enough. He watched the progress of 12 pieces checked linen tea toweling
c the popularity of the recipients. flavor if a little small in size on account the camp with great interest and one 33.00 '
that sold for 12 1-2,15 and 20 cents a One half dozen porters regular
Mr. and Mrs Hahn were..ssistedr of the freeze and dry weather.H. he returned looked
year ago over his '
all the table for a \ values, our Monday price I 1 1yard
In receiving by Mr. G. B. Romfh and B. Murray is on the sick list old locations his no more and started yard, I.on I OG\ : 75
lira O. B. Bomfh.. Sr, Brother and Jesse Dangharty and Littleton 'redder out to make some more locations.- He . . . . . sale . . . . ,. PI. u
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mother of. the bridegroom. Refresh- are clearing their land at Hypo- staked five claims near the presentsite

menu were served and the few abort Inxo.preparlng to set it to orange trees bad them surveyed and recordedand }
minutes allowed for this pleasure were and pineapples this talL did the necessary amount of work

thornpghly.enjoyed .the majority of Work was suspended on the cottages this time to comply with the law. de Send Your Mail Orders
those present accompanying the bridal on the beach last week on account of returned a few days ago and found us
party to the train and there showering shortage of lumber but the buildingsare that the locations made lut'rear were
Al them with rice and an abundance of going up with a rush til* week. valuable now. I
good washes for a pleasant honeymoon : Attorney C. C. Chlllingworth. of "Some years ago Mr. Joy issued In

and success through life. Mr. West Palm Beach, was here on legal the west, where he was interested in They Will Receive Prompt Attention
P and Mrs. Romfh will be away about business Monday. He was accompanied mining and real estate. }For the past
two weeks and.1IPoR their return to by his wife and children who returned 5 years however he has occupied the
Miami will be at home at the residence In the auto, while Mr. Chilling- unique position of private organistand r
% { of the groom's mother Mrs. 0. B. worth waited for the evening train. master of ceremonies ot 'White

I.* Bomfh, on the Boulevard. Benson Brothers are preparing to hall: Palm Beach Florida the winter
<. The bride's going a..ay'cown was put out several acres of pines this tall. home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry]M. Flag t'

of blue silk velour the Jacket trimmedin ler. Mr. Flagler is the'Standard Oil &
Burdine
moss green velvet and applique wits MORE RAILROADEXTENSION magnate. His duties occupr him only QuarternuinTwelfth 1 ,
Bet waist over silk. With this was TALK four months of the :year. The sum
worn a polo cap of blue violets and mer he has been devoting to mining .
blue nIL Now that extensive work Is underway and business interests :Nevada. This

One of the pretty incidents at the and rapidly assuming enormous :year the hustling young man is backedby .
Hahn residence was the bride throwing .. proportions on the extension of the some wealthy capitalists of the \L.
or giving away her wedding bouquet F. E-'C. Railway there is much talk east.

o ,'which she did by tossing it into of plans and preparations for this ".Whitehall.: where Mr. Joy lives Street Avenue C Miami Fla.

the- bevy of young ladles assembles work In the air. ad all of which are in the ..winter is one of the palaces of I I
as she I
:3e: 'Welsh. was the fortunate I'one to From a reliable source It was learned magnate upward of four million dol.

secure_itla the scramble, gnat stunt I this morning that the raJroaJ sofa Lire" 1+--- ____.

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