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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JUNE 23 1905
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IRUNNIN6: SEVENTY MILES UN HOUR THE "JAMES JUDGE" TO BE FLOATED PREPARING FOR TERMINAL DOCK




f TRAIN o ASHES IN AN OPEN SWITCH Stranded Vessel at Palm Beach to be Put Back in the Water-Is THE FOURTHFIRE AN ACTIVE PLACE


Owned by Capt. M. T. Reybold of This City.

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Railroad ,

The tedious undertaking of floating while en route light from Clenfaego LADDIES MAKE PLANS FOR Engineers Preparing to leave for

and the Wreck Was Host Complete. the large four-maated schooner, Jas. to Jacksonville. The vessel was QUITE AN EXTENSIVE CELEBRATION -
the Lower Coast
Judge will be commenced next week stripped and abandoned being later ON THAT DAY. PART
.Jii'. and It will la an probability require sold at auction by British Vice Consul
DEEDS OF OF THE PROGRAM AS NOW CONTEMPLATE -
I TERRIBLE four or fire week to complete the Sudlow for the Underwriter, to Capt.
J I AN INSANE MAN .
task says the Tropical Son. Reynold. The vessel could not be re- ..
_ _!;NNETEEN PERSONS San Francisco., June 2L Thomas Capt. R. G. Ross, of Jacksonvffle, to placed for 150.000. and u Capt Rey- TO BEGIN TERMINAL EXTENSION

': Lobb a maniac, after holding a thousand whom baa bees let the contract by bold paid only a few hundred dollars
HURLED'TO'-DEATIt two hour shoot WORK AT KEY LARGO F. L
at -
bay for
people
Capt. Reybold the purchaser of the for It. It considered that he win

: lag nine persons and defying the po- wreck win arrive la the city the first realise a handsome sum from It after At the regular meeting of the Miami C. DREDGE BEING REFITTEDFOR
-I 1 1A lee this morning, killed ,himself. with of at least has floated rebuilt It.
of the 'week a crew he and WORK ON
; barricaded himself fire department Taaesday plan BAY CHANNEL
The insane man
three hnndrel men. Work will be .
la the hotel where he went last night Annual were further perfected for the Fourthof
'A"D commenced immediately and the coat Chemist ..,on. ;
-' MANY MORE ARE FATALLY and this morning began thr'o1rIqhe of floating the schooner ,will probably July celebration which the orgaaUatloa -

AND OTHERWISE INJURED furniture out of the fourth tory window exceed 15000. The schooner which la 'Buffalo. N. Y-vJnae 22.-The anneal win promote sad the crest t
.WRECK; OCCURRED AT MENTOR into the street and shooting at j
practically uninjured,will ant be Jacked meeting of the American Chemical now promises to be more elaborate The terminal dock wu aa uaasaaV
LAST ,NIGHT.Cleveland. la a few minute
street
OHIO EARLY paaalng c&rL
s entirely suspended. up from the sanj la which It la Society, began here today with a than was at first Intended.It ly lively place yesterday! moralag. the
raffle was now buried some,, eight or tea feet. A large attendance. Secretary No"- suck
4 A police squad was rushed to the war the tense of the meeting that general trend of the activity wu .
cradle win then be built under the
vest report showed that the last year haj .
scene but they were unable to do any the Knights of Pythias. Red Men Elk as win work to the devetopmeat'aaAlatereat :
eel two three
and ways extending or been one of more extended usefulness
1...' C. June 22. Traveling thing and after a dangerous strugglethe hundred feet Into'the ocean will be than ever before la the history of the and other social and benevolent organizations of this sad the Immediately

.a* the rate of seventy miles aa hour man was overpowered la has room constructed! when the schooner win be society and with a steady growth In the labor bodies etc. be la-, adjoining section of the State.
__ with BO one fatally Injured,but him .
1 the Twentieth Century Limited train self. launched and taken to'Jacksonville to membership., The sessions, which are rued to participate la the parade,. The moat ge.enllatereat was ataaV f

>oa the-Lake Shore .toad, the fastestot be rebuilt. presided over' by President Venable which was be held la the morning. tested la the preparation of the ass
-> As win be remembered, the Judge of the University of North Carolina,
distance tra1Jao be world ran This parade win be headed by the Miami Ulary schooner Mt Pleasant and oa. .-
,> [ I FLAGLER BUYS went! ashore In a gale last October ,will continue tmorrow and Saturday.be .
i- through an-open switch at Mentor.O, Band which will probably make of the Urge houseboats of the )". K.

and trashIng : TWO BIG DREDGES : and win C. Railway Company for departure for
tit ':%0 olcock last night' Benefit of Canning Factoriesto Its lInt public appearance
Into the station was completely be followed by the militia fire department Key Largo where active work oa the

'wrecked., Machine Are In' Savannah and Wilt the Producers of Florida with. apparatus and other par building of the Key West exteaatosi

Aa a result of the catastrophe nine Be Used In xtenslon Work. of the read win be commenced. Beta
_ ? The programme of events was dls-

i person are dead and a core, at The Gainesville Sun commenting upon a aarlag made of much of this cussed at length and while not tally crafts. were being loaded down .with

,!least. Injured many 'Of ,turn fatally. The two big dredge of the Georgia the demand of canning factories In truck which U aow wasted. Green tomatoes completed decided that there will supplies tools, etc. for beginning the

J.The borror of fire added to the wrecktad Dredging Company have been *oldandthe Florida and the benefit they wouldbe and Inferior cokes could be be a number of contests between the preparatory work of constroctiosC:

'[' several person were burned to company win surrender.its.char. I to farmers and growers says: made up Into chow-chow and every several crews of the fire department There win be a camber of engineers ,

t There are many farmers and truck last bit of these crop could be saved during the morning. Among these.wU and experienced railroad builders te
:loath of fataDr.IDJurect'br inhaling ter.The '
dredges have been bought by grower In Florida who are now,beginning and sold at a fair profit while the! labor be a race between the two reel crews the party besides some twenty-Ire,or ''
--amoka and, ,flames. The! trala was H.MJlagler and will be used la building to realise that the canning: employed la their preparation for I la this race the crew win start from more laborers ;
"
crowded with passengers at the time the proposed railway from Miami factory will be a great help to them the market would be a small benefit opposite corners and race towards The outfit got away la the afternoon g

'of the accident and among the dead to Key West. la this State. It the fruit that Is too to the community where the factory .each other to a hydrant the winning the schooner towing, 'the t '

o The Georgia Dredging Company wa ripe for shipment could be cured at I located: crew throwing water on the losing houseboat and It Is said that the prey rant
are:
THOMAS R. MORGAN. Cleveland. organised about a .year ago and wa once It might be saved to the grower 'The canning factory what 1* i crew and giving them a good drench crowd will be followed by other

New Incorporated with a capital stock of and he would be able to realize a fair needed and the capital required to ing. Other race win also be Indulged engineer and several aaadre work'
,
:# A. BENNETT patent attorney.
50000. though the stock war controlled price for same Instead of it, being a build one of sufficient magnitude la between these crews, one being men as soon u the work has proijea
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rork.A.' by a few men say the Savannah total loss. .- should be raised without much I a hub race and the other a hose layIng ed to the actual building of the roaj. ,,
C.'ROGERS. New Tork.
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'" News. 'It wa decided a abort time '"'lf'the pineapples could be allowed trouble. and water; throwing contest bed aad trestles. These builders It r
TYLER engineer.
ALLEN ago to close up the business of the to thoroughly ripen and then be canned Another exciting race will be between Is also said will work across Key
_,WATERS baggagemaster. "
salesman.Chicago. company and to dispose of the dredg- the goods would command a fancy KING CHRISTIAN WEAKENED I the chemical engine and the Largo while Engineer Duseabnry...
H. WRIGHT traveling .
pH, tag machines. ? price In the Eastern markets aa Well Kiel. Germany June %%. Emperor I truck, the two apparatus to race a distance his force will carry the trestle front

GRAHAM fireman. ,The two dredges sold to the Flagler as*the Western. This baa been already William 'Las received a telegram that of four or five blocks the .engine the mainland to that key. /
JAMES
A Chicago. system are the John Babcock and the lemonstrated. King Christian, of Denmark Is In a to Jar hose and throw water to The company Is now getting thing #
LT 'U D01fD traveling man,
New York Rough Rider, two of 'the finest machines With a factory for the manufacture state of great weakness which la the top of the building while the la shape to pot the building of the .et
BECKWITH..
8. : '
a : of their kind' ever operated of chow chow and pickles there could causing the nation much concern. i truck crew must raise a ladder and road under way on aa extensive scale

t Among the possibly fatally Injured here. The Babcock 1* at Fernandlna, I --, -, ------ send a man to the top of the structure. ana within) the next.few weeks trestle

..i.:{ tire: while the Rough Rider 1* at her dip In I. THE. LAST ROCK, }'to locate a colony and'nlld a city. I i Whichever gets to the top first the building will hare been commenced s y;

0; Archibald Had London Enk.t the river. Tht'r"ID be towed to I WAS LAID MONDAY.The The people he represents are all energetic 'water or the roan, will be the winner. This trestle. It la reported, 11'11I"
;r,
Charles H. WeUman, Cleveland., Key, West In a abort time. and desirous of locating In tae During the morning the Miami JUan built oa concrete pillars and will be t

Ill A ,railroad authority,'said': "So far .The price received for the two big South. Many of them are men of under Captain Jaudon. will give aa thirty feet above low water mart }

,U can: be learned the switch was open'Ked machines was not made public by the but rock completing the jetty means and experienced In business exhibition and competitive drill thai This great height: Is made necessary*

and locked by some party unknown, company but It wa stated' that the or training wall which ha been under pursuits and they will found and promises to be decidedly! Interesting oa account of the water in n-aay off if

;''evidently for a malicious purpose. No corporation will close out Its business construction for several months build a city, while the others are composed and spectacular. the channels being tern rough ,at

f,other train passed OTer' the awash with a balance oa the tight tide of by the R. G. Ross Contracting Co, of of farmers and others who desire In the afternoon a ban game win be time and making heavy breaking man ''

-:for forty-five minute before the wreck the ledger. Jacksonville, was completed last Tuesday to till the soil and engage In diversified played on the Twelfth street diamond which would break upon and wash over

and we. have poa1t1Te'eridenee that and Cap A,, B. Potter, the gen farming They will receive between teams chosen from the boil, a lower trestle.Other .

witch wa alrtPt'at.that time TEXT BOOKS. ial" superintendent In charge of the assistance If necessary from the mon fide members of the fire departmentand : operation at the dock at t

and a short time 'before the wreek'of work 1* fitting and preparing the tugs led men of the colony those of the military company" that time wa the t4oading.of the'

'the Umlted." Selected As the Basis of September Martha Helen and the several large Dlttmann Instating There are a number of good players I Urge engine and other machinery of
Mr. wa pronounced
_". The engine'left the .main track'at Teacher Examinations. barges and lighters used In the work that the people he would locate la both organizations and the gaaMpromise I the F. E. C. dredge from car and eon

the switch and for twenty yard ran for the return to that city In Florida are of the better class I i to*be exciting and Interest Ing it aboard the dredge, where to .

:'off the track then;turned over ,the Prof. R. E. Hall county superintendent The tugs are taking on coal' at the and that wherever the settlement or Ing. 'I to be reinstalled and the craft aW-

tender being thrown i.OTer Into the of public instruction Is in receiptof terminal dock and a* soon aa the colony Is located that energy and efforts The day'* pleasure win end- up U I ready to resume Its digging of the now

.'nation.' A car followed,and landed the following list of studies from weather becomes more favorablejrob- will not be lacking In making K the evening with a firemen's dance at t ship channel the bay. Quite a large

''en. top of the engine, the fire from the State Superintendent giving the ably one day this week they will take flourishing and a success. the fair building. This dance prom. force of men are engaged In this work

filch ill medl&telrset It.la flames.te text books to be used at the Septem- the other portions of the outfit in tow laes to be one of the most successful under the direction of Capt. L. L. s

engine boiler bust almost .Immediatelyafter. ber examination of teachers:_ and start for Jacksonville. During 1:I Since coming to the State' Mr. Dltt of the season and as the proceeds will Dodge, the superintendent! sad It la jZ
mann has examined lands about SL
Orthography Reed's Word Lesson their stay here, several months last, : be devoted to Improvements In tin expected that the dredge win be tak
Daytona. ForV PierceWest
Augustine
Jt: The Chicago sleeper' followed:Into I (25 cents). Maynard Merrill ft Ox, summer and again this spring. Capt. fire department. It will no doubt tx I condition to go to work again aext
Palm Beach and other,places, but he
? the' wreck of the station and the next New York., Potter and his men have made many popular and well attended. Monday morning. The machinery referred '
:deeper' left the tracks, though th. Reading Any standard author will friends, who regret their departure but Is not very favorably Impressed with Other events to further the Intel, to above: was movM from the '
that he has lie has better
seen.
; last one remained on the ran*. answer. hope that they will have aa occasion any est and enjoyment of the day will be dredge a few week ago aDd sent Itt
hopes here and will visit the different
f?i Many scenes of horror followed. The ,Composition Butler's School English to again visit Miami. arranged and the Indications are thai St Augustine for repairs. t
:- conductor who escaped'led the ...' (15 cents), American Book'Com Is of sections !n the Immediate vicinity of Miami will have a much better Konrtl Other work adding to the lively *
The jetty just completed one
Miami and below and believes he will
cuing party of train crew and puMaera puny New York or AtlutLArlthmeUc the most substantial In the South Atlantic of July celebration that bad been aatlclpated. tercst at the dock during the day was ,
be successful In finding the land do-
; did an-they could to Milne's Standard the of the R. C Rosa
and they; (65 coast It is fifteen hundred feet preparing : tug

-:,: aTe and relievethe 'Injured of their. cents). American Book Company., length and 1* bujlt from high water sired. and barges for departure for Jacksonville

j suffering.' English Grammar Hetcalfs (60 mark on the shore to etgnteen feet Mr. Dlttmann comes well recommended From the effects of a stroke of light tonight though It la probable ,

_ .? More Deaths. cents), American Book Company. at the cutter end. The foundation He is.manager of the Mazdaznaa sing a white convict guard by th,e they did not get tway then a* CapC

.;1:, Later- Chas. H. VTellman, of bbl I U. S. History Field'* Grammar and construction up to ,low water Health University, Mazdaznaa Publishing name of Martin met Instant death a t Potter the superintendent Is waiting

city; J. A. Bradley;attorney ofT Akron,. School $1)). American Book Company. mark Is built of native rock while the Company and Mazdaznan Club, the mines of the Dutton Pho.phatlCompaay I for further orders before,proceeding.

.A- P. Head. London. Eng. and ,Florida History Green's or Fair- top or remaining part Is of granite and Is secretary to Dr. Otoman Zar- at Dutton late Saturday alternoon. The tug Martha Helen will tow the
'
-j. J. Brent, of Clereland, diedriling thii I banks ($U$). IL A W. B. Drew Co. brought from South Carolina TheJettJ' Adnsht-Hanlsh of the Mazdaznan Tem Martin and another gear d barges, the most of which will be '

as a result of their Injuriesadditional Jacksonville F1a.GeocraphJ' Is Intended to form a barrier to ple Association, and desire to correct were working number of convict. loaded with wheelbarrows aDd other

\ bodies, burned beyondfecognitlon J1e4Ya1'a"Natural the new ship channel and preientthewash the impression'that these or any one when a rain came up. They started to, material used by the company la ta* :nt

have been taken from ti I Advanced ($L25). American Book Co. of sand and obstructions Into of the Institutions he represents is a the stockade, and when within a shot building of the jetty here. The large

erect, Physiology 'Coleman' Element It. religious sect for they are not, all being distance of the prison a heavy stork,e launch Oget used as a tender. I* also. ,

-l' ;" of (to cent). The MacMillan Co. Atlanta educational or health organiza occurred striking Martin aad klllln,g loaded aboard one of the barge The as

_ ;;. The offer of $1.000reward /orth, e Ga.Civn tions. him instantly. The other guard wa Martha Helen will be met up the coast

df arrest and.coutktlon of each, of,th
x f"assassin of Oscar Brannen. at Plant t School dries ($1), GInn A: Co, At Chicago from here and upon the result Jured.-Gainesville Sun. from Jacksonville to assist .her In the 1

;;: :City by the County Commissioners. lanta., Adolf Dlttmann. of Chicago, representing of his Investigation and report will depend tow. }'

>make the price set upon the head or Algebra White's School ($1). The a large number of Western the location of the colony. If hla Paul Morton resigned a posittoi

f. ;,each of the cowardly murderers 11.150o"jtD American Book Company. people who desire to settle In Florida reports are favorable the colony will which paid him much more than th ne, New Florida Industries.

; : addition to the amount,offered bj r Physical Geography Tarr's New among the visitors In the city today be established within the year and $S,000 a year he received as Secretar

f i the citizens of Plant City who are raisliCIng ($1). The MacMillan Company. At,, and will remain In Miami and vicinity I the work of developing be commenced. of the Navy. Now he has had th:I The Tradesman In Its last Issue .

a subscription for that purpose lanta., for the next week or more looking over Otherwise the project will be aban privilege of choosing between tw o credits Florida with the following newh

:'i The total.reward* offered In the ea* Theory and Practice Courses ol, the land and determining. If possible I doned. 100.000 job, and has taken the chat Industries:

|i j'wjfrapproximate $5,000 and It is W!. Studies and Method ol Teaching by upon a sltte of land to be purchased manKhip of the Equitable Auuranc e Ocala-|io,000 on and ga* com

tiered that with,this'offer-In sight Prince (|1). Cinn ft:. Company. Atlanta and used for colonization purposes. On or about ,,July 14. A. K. Wilson Society. Like Mr. Cortclyou. Mr-, Li I. pany.Jacksoavllle. .

,".'ome very material teatlmony"whicis b Ga. la conversation with a Metropolis will commence the publication of the mont and many other former oOc a -$20.000 brick work

-i so far been kept under cover, was 1 ::These book may be had or moat reporter this morning. Mr. Dlttmann St Lncle Tribune at Fort Pierce, St. holders In Washington, he has steppe Miami-$10,000 construction com

forthcoming, which; win warren t dealers In the, State, or from the publishers said that the purpose of his visit Is Lode county. Mr. Wilson is an experienced into a good thing. In jhclr rue pol 1- pony "do

'--E the arrest of the persons suspected! of f by man post pailon receiptof to purchase's tract of land of not less journalist and success ,is tics has proved' a stepping stone t Lakelan4-{10,000 lumber and *c>-, t

. 'the- crime.-Tampa Tribune.: price. ,than five,thousand acres upon which l here wished for 'his latest venture. something better. ply company. rr4. .a i

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HANG MORE; ACQUIT LESS.If and Infuse.the brains of our children published it would astonish and shock ALL.WIRIIEARCHID FROM FERTILE FLORIDA

; MIAMI METROPOLIS with the result of years of study and most persons, or at least many persons -

there were more effort to punlsa mork. will hare their profession classed especially, those of more rural Fifty Persons SospccUd of Having What They Are Doing In the Land af
, PuIIIIahH Every Friday In the Metropolis aDd less at preventing punishment with the greatest In the world and communities. The evils and consequences the Grapefruit and Pin*.

t Building. there might be less murder in Florida.It I receive compensation for It In proportion of sin win manifest them- Stolen Government Money. 4.

i Pm. So Balepwti 5err1rat is evident that something has to that paid In other lines of men. selveb In one form or another. Large shipments of watermelons,* .,1;::

t the' liinl PrlDtln Compuy. caused mea to commit murder with tai labor. Miami today furnishes a case of wife The Tampa Tribune of Saturday being made from Leesburg. ",,.J'
mofe than before desertion and abandonment of children gives the following
1.1 impunity now ever interesting account Everybody U busy at Sorrento at .t
r metered at the po.tomce at 1Uam1. In this State. These murderers don't THE BRUTALIZING LASH. who were It not for charitable asslst- of the searching of fifty or more people Detent shipping peaches and melons.. .

5. Fla, a> second-class matter. evidently. hope to escape. ante would'be upon sufferance. The for US U:. stolen from the post- Delray. on the east coast has a nw i
What is ir that so quickly incites father it is said is in Tampa, and dur- office at Egmont Key: canning factory of
has law that 100.000 cans dally.Winters .
Southern pub- Oregon a provides for
most newspaper
Th them to commit crime? It the slayer lug the several months since he left As the tug Gushing, which does sere ;
ti fished the mainland of the United the whipping of wife-beaters. One of Gar.aeD"1eget.b&. season
en arrest he to Miami on account of bad debts brought lee u between
does not escape seems a transport Tampaand Is about over .but there will b* a fewmore
l these brutes was whipped in Portland
State have no trouble In finding friends to about by Immoral and expensive habitshabits Forts Dade and DeSoto. arrived tomatoes.

assist him to defeat the ends of Ju.t.Ice. recently. A dispatch says: that caused his downfall at her dock yesterday the 50
ODe year.....................$100 "The lashing was performed by the passen- The shipping of tomatoes and ota regetablea n
The proportion dt hangings to aDd forced him to leave the city, be including officers artillery
Six month..................... 1.00 county jailor under the direction of gels trmy \ Is about over. Watermelons ,
that of murder Is ridiculously small. I has contributed but a few dollars to- men ch man!, and a number of ladles being shipped.
are
f The* paying In advance win rewive the sheriff and a physician. The whip
for There nave been five murders committed wards his family's support. The wife and children were met by a party of The canning '
a year's,subscription LSO.. was a braided blacksnake made of factory at Delray. U
for 75. In Florida this week and not five I' and mother Is physically unable to do deputies from Sheriff Jackson's office running day7 .
sad six mciths subscription rawhide with: four lashes. McGlntty. every putting up oKra,.
discount to in- hangings within a year. One of the but little towards the support of herself In charge Deputy Sheriff ..'. M. tomatoes and pineapples. '. ,
This le liberal
,.sat. a after being sentenced, was hustled to
carders was a cold-blooded assassin and children and consequentlyhe Thompson and subjected to a thorough Delightful showers in the
bee strictly advance payments.FRIDAY jail. where he was stripped to the vicinity of .
r lion near Plant City on Monday last Is forced to accept charity, though search. White City have greatly satisfied plans
waist His manacled.. hands tied
JUNE 23. 1905.t and we dare say every one of the per- were her husband is capable of earning a The purpose of the search was to ten of,sweet potatoes. foi
to a door in the jail corridor highbove
the will support for his family and discover if of the '
eons committing five crimes offspring.The any pasaengers'fromthe Frank Davis, a Fort Mason colored \
his head. Blood drawn at
Rojestvensky was a true prophet escape ,proper punishment.: There was New York law la most commendable Key had in their possession any man ismaking shipments of tomatoes
the fourth blow writhed and .
when tie said, "If I lose, Admiral Togo should be a change a reversal and McGinlty and no doubt will greatly of the $:S4.92 In money which was from Eustls. Lake county t
groaned and strained at the manacles _
.wffl tell the story..There make the hangings equal or nearly so, finding his wrists. affect the desertion of helpless women stolen from the Egmont Key post-. Tampa business men are aegoti sarr 1.

to the crimes committed and not haveso and Innocent children in that State. office the night before. I for a line of steamers between tha7
The culprit doubtless deserved his
; does not teem to be any home many acquittals and pardons to conIctions. Other States should adopt the same The search was a very rigid one and : city and Central America. .
punishment The wife beater deserves
a reason against the Czar now carrying These efforts to rescue ev- measure and should make It strong .occasioned some amusement and also I That canning factory at Dlray I* .1
the lash. But the question Is
out his original. disarmament propo cry criminal are by no means a bene- can a enough, not only to provide punish a little Indignation. The officers at the I an object lesson for other Florida,
State afford to inflict such punishment .
aWOL fit to the good name or the social statue ment for desertion, but to make it Key had cmmunlcated the tact of the towns. Jacksonville (Fla. Tim'nloa. .
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? It fall to have
can hardly a
of the State. A gentleman who compulsory that every head of a fam- robbery of the postomce to United '

The noise tL wind ham travels much In the State says at nearly brutalizing tendency. It la a revoltlug llJ shall support it as long as he is tates Commissioner H. L. Crane, and I At Altamont Springs the season for
merry
business at best Beating human .
r steel is every place he goes where thereIn physically able. This would do away that official had at once secured the farmers and fruit has been '
alias the peckerwood. growers
: .
ner. flesh until it is raw and bloody hardly .
the voice of a murder trial In progress there are with that class of idleness, next door services of the sheriffs office to con- the most favorable for AIl I.+
far more musical than the business of the law. The years.
human knocker. from two to five attorneys tor the defendant praetine to vagrancy, so greatly Indulged In by duCt a search of the passengers. crops are most promising.
the
to one forthe. State-the Is degrading brutalizing in its men of families, while their wivesand None of theistolen! money was Loan Ion Neal Alexander of Beresford. reports

1. State', attorney savage crudity. The delta penalty Is children strive for their and his the person1 any of the passengers a fine crop of peaches ala
The Punta Gorda Herald advocates terrible, horrible and should be administered oa .
Escape from proper punishment is maintenance and they were all allowed to go their teD-aere orchard at Beresford. H :
expects
that the Tampa Tribune and General In private and without the ::0;
too easily made and It puts human ways In peace. A postoffle Inspector to l
ship 2.000 crates this sasoo.Crops .
1; cncartst 'make peace The peace publication of the miserable details I
life .In.jeopardy, .when were it made arrived last night from Jacksonville
PINEAPPLES OF FLORIDA of an kinds In th. Orange)
increment.is general all around. which Interest the morbid and the disgustingly ,
more difficult to escape and more certain to make a more thorough Investigation 'county section are looking well Crrybody >
CU OUL Capital punish (,
of there would be better t of the
punishment robbery. has bright for'n 'r.
of ment Is at least it is the Few From prospects ,
remains the Mainland
necessary
ILtif When they rebury.the ; Have Reached
observance of law. Any man The postofflce was robbed while large supply of potatoes sad .
: John Pan 'we tape none will most effective In restraining crime. New York Yet peaa.J. ,
Jones, would hesitate to commit murder werehe Postmaster T. H. Norton and Ms wits 1 8 Padgett; who has'moved ate '
necessary'to recall the fact that The wife beater deserves severe i {:;
And It pun.
almost sure of being hanged for It. were In Tampa. The thief entered anew house la WhIte City ant larg*'
a* was once an officer U the Russian ihment, but the whipping post seems The New York Fruit and I .
; Be: however sees how others havecome Produce i through a window and got the money quantities of watermelons to Jensen,-
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aa.,., oat and he takes the risk andslays out of place among a civilized people.It News gives the following Information from the receptacle where It.was placed where b* obtained good prices.

as he wishes.-Jacksonville Me- is suggestive of the slave driver's relative to-pineapples that will be Interesting I for safe-keeping also ransacking: William Kraus A Son.of AvooPark.hav

The Ocala Banner' celebrated Ustwtieth tropolis. whip and the Siberian mines. To abase to growers of the east coast: the residence .of the postmaster bat bought the Ice plant from Dr..

+, u 'birthday a few days ago. A or bruise or scar or degrade the human Tins far no great amount of mainland so far as has yet been discovered tak McCartney and win, move it to Late

a pretty good age, but despite the fact PROPOSED BONDING ELECTION body Is hardly a business for the Florida pines have reached this market lag nothing but the cash. iaoka. Th ,water Is perf.cUI'Pun.

the Banner Is as good or better than State to engage in without exerting an Those which have come la carlots When the robbery was discovered About Richmond rains have ba

l war. influence that brutalizes in its effects. and have been in the auction It was decided that the safest method frequent and heavy. Tar has ba
Notice was given at the meeting of Too children are cruelly punished -
4. many rooms have been usually from the would be to have the passengers who DO drouth this spring. Oar.!.. vegetables :.
JUv Hearst declares that he does the city council on Thursday night or brutally whipped by angry or inconsiderate Ke,... The mainland pines will be la left the Key on the Gushing yesterday are doing well. Orange trees '"

not want.to be mayor pf New Yorhv that a bonding election would be called or brutal parents. Brutal better evidence next week. Aof car morning searched when they reached are making luxuriant growth. ,

sad as be says It In capital letters, his at an early date and the question treatment Is apt to arouse brutish In- keys. was sold Wednesday, the 2is Tampa. A large number of workmen Dry weather has very much damaged J"

decision is probably final Billy would naturally arises as to'whether it wouldbe tlncts and resentments that warp ringing $240; 30s $2 and 36s $L75. who have been employed on the improvements the prospects for orange la the
.. wise to to hold such an aDd dwarf the finer feelings which dietJ11&11Iah -
rather be the "roaster" than the attempt What mainland pines are coming are at the Fort were among vicinity of Flnellaa and St Petersburg: ',y
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mayor.; election at once.' the human from the brut ID a small way and are bringing good the passengers coming to the city y.serday. 'nless there 1* a good Jan* bloom -'oF

_" The Metropolis Is known as an advocate prices, the 24a being $240 and lOa There.. also numerous artillery there win be but half a crop. la Orlando .
Whatever demands of public Improvements and asfavor ADVERTISING APHORISMS.Greet I.. :5.; hees of the '
Indemnity! Japan : men ant atta poet. the tree look well with prospects .'' l''r
or receives, the Russian masses will to the Issuance of bonds to There Is a good deal of mlsun1 The soldiers of the post were paid for a fair crop. '
a have to ply.. It will be from the end that the burdens of Improvements to' the of Florida the \
e wrung every customer as though you standing as amount off yesterday and precaution was Tltttsvffl star: "Mr. S. J. Sllga or, 'J
{ them by the ruthless tax gatherer The may be equally borne by all knew they were going to buy a three- mainland pines which will retch the taken to mark all the money paid Jacksonville says the tomato crop of,, '

people who are'not responsible for the lasses benefitted. The real estate hundred dollar bill of goods. And. If market The freeze fK back the hem. In case a soldier is found M the Florida east coast will sot'exceed ....,.

.war who didn't want It, are hose who owners pay the taxes .and reap the they only buty twenty cents worth. plants some, and It is difficult tell the possession of any money not so 300,000 crates. The west coast which e ..

? win lave to foot the bill,. It la difficult I benefit and in as much as many ot this don't let your disappointment show. jut what amount will be raised. Al- marked he will will be called to a produced last year between 254,000

i to see where the law ot compensation lass of citizens are absent from the e e reedy the pines are ripening in gout strict accountability therefor. aDd 300.000 crates. Mr. SUgh tklnk ,

'comes In In such n ass. city during the late summer It woulJ The understanding is There Is clew to the robber '
... If you have a department see thatit shape. general as yet no will reach 700.000 this year 'lois'
seem wise to waft until the fall months is the best kept and most cleanly that the early pines will move prlnciftll but as the population of the Keys I. means about a million crates 'Ice.the ,,;,'

': Vow that the new,city.charter Is effective to hold this important election. dusted[ department In the store-even this month and July 1. The big limited and everybody everybody entire State up to say Jon 15th."

,-would it not be advisable for The results of the nominating primary though you do the dusting yourself. It s hipping sections for the mainland else. It Is believed that the T. X Kux. of Aahtabnls. has a fInD:"

at 'the'city to order .auditing of the for city officers'would also have will pay. pines are Jensen Eden balPalm culprit will be apprehended before i of 45 acres of velvet beans pout

.. hooks of the present officers; the city an Important bearing upon the bonding e e Beach Delray and Jupiter. Alru'i7about many days have elapsed. : patches watermelons,"cow peas and < '

,clerk, marshal, and tax collector and election perhaps It 1s naturally pre- If customers yon waited on did not twenty-five cars have moved SS acres of: orange grove. all In aM' .

I 'make a fresh'and: dean start? Both umed that before the people would ask for you a second time or send from these points, going principally CITY WATER FOR RIVERSIDEWork condition Mr. Batter's garden and M

,the clerk'and' the rancor court an be willing to rote In favor of $1001000; friends to yon. how long would, yon to the eastern markets and some to the acres of orange grove are all la flu hi

i, examination of their books and'will er $150,000'' bonds they would wish last as a salesman? Be honest with west There will be a few pines south was started last Tuesday condition and second to DODO la the k

p probably 'make this. 'request. of the, to know who would ,be the partiesto yourself now. of Defray at Hallendale, unit Lemon morning by the Florida East Coast place. Then Is no exeat lit grumb-

.council.If make the disbursements and for this see City: and Pompano. Th sa places win Hotel Company controlling the waterworks lers If they want to bund themselves s

reason It would be well to walt until Of course you've got troubles. We probably not be able to make up in system la laying mains and homes. The peach crop U looking well '

the State Military College Is not after the city primary to determine all have. The trick Is to keep work- car lots, but will ship la a small way. extending .ater. to the south side ot and will soon b* oa the markt.-

located or retained at" Gainesville, It ,the quesalon of a boDdlDe'election.. lag all the time'' every minute-so No small shipments of pines reach the the river. Fruit and Produce News.

'will not be be fault of her peoplewho The Metropolis has full confidence you'll foriet 'em. The reward is western sections because only cariots The work will be under the supervision

,are waging a systematic campaign to In. the people of Miami as to the se- there, too, if you're just'a bit patient. go there. of Chief Engineer. A. Baur. and DEATH WARRANTS
that end.v The ectlon of its officers and ret there Is will be extensive. The
its
c Metropolis repeats e 5 Philadelphia takes a good portion quite system

statement',that It believes" the'college always the possible contingency that When yon start to write an ad first of pines from Florida, and Tuesdaythe will begin at the pumping station Governor Browsed.m Fat *f Three
should be retained at Gainesville meD unfitted for the duties of an office and the river at the foot of Avenue
and pat yourself thoroughly on your sub- Its brought $3.00 there; 30s $150o cross Florida. Murderers
; that the committee .to whom the maybe selected and in view of this ject. If you will do this your talk win '$2.75 and 36s U.%$ to $2.50. With E. with a 14-inch flexible main .

choice of"a'place -was left win so decide. contingency .the bonding election can sound so convincingly that it win this Ha'vani pines dropping away In which will be sunk on the bottom of Governor Broward Issued tar**' ''I
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: should be deferred.EDUCATORS leave the feeling of assurance and con- quantities, the Floilda pines ought to the river and raised again on the death warrants last Friday as follows:' ..

Eden that you want it to leave. brine good prices between now and other side of the stream, From there Reuben Reed 'of Clay County was.,..

Governor Broward has offered a regard POORLY PAID. Don't go off! half-cocked. lJu17 4. and it would not surprise deal- It win proceed south to Nineteenth convicted of murder In the first d-:,'t

on behalf of.the State of $150.00 ers to see $4.00 for first-class stock street and then east to BrickeU Avenue gree at the spring term. 1905. and was

.each for the,capture: of the assassins In no profession In the country are WIFE DESERTION. very soon. thence north on BrickeU Avenueto sentenced to be hajsgedwhereapoa lbL.

,' -of Oscar Brannan at Plant City. The rains t and knowledge so, cheaply The fall shipment of pines from Eighteenth street and west on that the chief executive has command

Governor is to be commended for this bought as that of the average school The desertion of wives and' abandonment Florida, extending over September.Onso street to a connection with the larger Charlie Wilson, sheriff of Clay cooatyj,ton

s act,"and If the matter of offering rewards eacher and educator Why Is a of children have become I ober and November will be much main. Friday. July 21. shall executetbl, .

for murderers Is made standing mystery, when to these people depends common in New Tork the State has greater than the spring shipment It Lateral pipes will supply the Intersecting said Reuben Reed within th* walks :

&here-"m be more arrests of such gul"- In the greatest of degrees the made the desertion of a child under 16 looks as though the crop In that sec- blocks with water. The excavating of the prison between 10 a. m. and t i'

ty persona:, Heretofore *there haibeel1JlO ittlng' and making of men and women years of age an extraditable offense lathe ion, so one gentleman; who was on will be done by Fred Rutter p. m :

incentive for officers and others to to rule and shape the world's destiny. effort to put a stop to the disappearance the market this week from there .&ld. and the laying of the pipe by Captain Fred Clark of anon county wu convicted .

+{ make"special 'efforts to apprehend fugitives Without them and their teachings we of husbands and fathers. will string out until Christmas time Baker. Two months or more will be of murder In the first degree

from' justice..-. would be an !ignorant and barbs roue Out of 574 such eases investigated 100 I Hethinks there will be thirty percent consumed In the placing of this system :at the fan term of the Circuit court;

n ice. left their homes on the day the child of a spring crop and almost an which will cause the outlay of several 1904. and sentenced to suffer..b. pate .

The Southeastern Tariff! Association Yet the world takes but little cogni. was born. The disinclination of met a I verge' of the fall crop. thousand dollar. ] of death by being hanged and the Governor ",...

bat.threatened to cancel all Insurance lance of this fact. or attaches any to meet the responsibility of parenthood The Key pines have all been shipped This work has been scheduled for commands that Henry Gorca. ::I

s In Miami'unless better provisions are small interest to the great Importance e seems to be growing. The collector although many are on the market at some time past but owing to the company sheriff of Marlon county that on Frt-, ". .

': made for the storing of dynamite, gasoline they are In Its learning, progress and of the.data says: "Most men whc the present time. The flavor of the I having trouble in securing aright day. July 21. between the hours of tea'

and other_combustibles.' The association development They are simply,schoolmasters I desert their families are not given tc Florida pine Is better than that of the of way over or through certain a. m. and two p. m, within the walla '

41 does not make Idle threats.It and school mistresses ant I bad habits and the majority hav Havana pine and the trade takes better property abutting and obstructing the I of the prison of said county do execute

has.. every "dtJ'Ia Its power and are entitled to a U'flu.c-that'l alL been able when they work to mak to th
there is ao alternative but for the Dade county, according to the statement more than the average wages" The .. At the Wednesday sales the Havana, but now that this detrimen At the fall term of the v

; council ,to. Pan such ordinances and of Superintendent Hall, pays th1n law should deal severely with such of pines brought a little better money,, has been overcome the laying of the 1904. Alex White of Bradford county, ,

'see to' their; rigid enforcement I best salaries as a ..whole of any county fenders. A long term in prison would although the price was very low on mains win be rushed ahead as rapidly was convicted of murder la the first ,

such a manner.as the insurance peo In Florida to its'teachers, but thaIs t be In''some degree a fitting punish I' small sIzes.The total Cuban pine crop as possible. degree and sentenced to suffer th* ,

r pie demand.to protect and maintainthe I only a pittance, compared to th''e meat.f will string along through July. Th The south side 1s building up very pain of death by being hanged sod

vt; .insurance'of the city. salaries received by men and others o The ease with which the Influentia 1 cargoes coming for next week will blighter < rapidly and the need of water has been I raid sheriff of Bradford county is comman4 .

less learning less Importance and fa r secure divorces the looseness of the
i Russia, no doubt will
blame Admiral Rojestvencky and nil I best teachers resigned becans e marriages, the marriage of young per r- until the season Is over. At th the residents of this section with wa ty prison between 10 a* m. and >.p. ,1

men for the defeat anj destruction o t she could get nothing more than a 11P sons without proper means of supportWhat1or sales the red Spanish stock brought:: ter. both for consumption and fire pro m.. on Friday. July 21. 1505. 1

*4 their fleet, bat,sensible people "kno,. fug out of the salary paid her. sufficient capacity to e.mUYlnl- g ISs $I.TS to $1.90 while the 42s wen, I tectlon. and the laying of this listen ....

I to that the"real blame can be laid to th I if others should do likewise? 3Ian:r. t commensurate with selfish desires, arid $1.00 A $1.45. II was the original plan of the extenaiv HOTTENTOTS TOOK TOWN.

St. Petersburg government, where th doubt would but necessity force i' doubtless the The mainland under I improvements that have been<
G: no among causes of so man y pines are slz
game graft Is so great that the flee t by the fact that they have never bee i I desertions The cowardly weaknesai s This Is true of all pines this season. here In the water works and malovstern has been received lure of the reported

'was not' property equipped or drill I able to accumulate from the remunpan -; an.fbrut.lselftlhnen of many men. of I The Key pines show long time on th e for the past several months. capture insurgent natives of Warm-

to meet such. a :worthy foe as tioa paid them for their knowle!g:;:e i j course quakes: such conduct possible, road and have not arrived In good bad. German South Africa near the. '
'
J It ..as,simply' a case of the expert I. and work forces them to continue t,0 ;, The utter unfitness of many girls oI Ir dltionn eon.Live Oak 1s an aspirant for the location border of Cape Colony.

enced.and seasoned against a lot of delve along as the tool of the public. I women to be wives and others in aiie' I of the State College. Slam 1 The Hottentots captured the to

w unprepared and nndrilletf men and Re o: This is the situation, but the dm other cause. In many cases of dele: The Palatka Tlm Herald Is n01'unIIlDg could not object to taving the toile ge bat Immediately evacuated It. taklu

jestvensky' no other omcer coin d must come w"hen a higher premix' m j Uon. If the number of men.and wandf a a page devoted to Hasting s | located here but her people are no t till ammunition and stores, bat rel**.

have done other than meet defeat ntcer I- will be placed upon knowledge "I men in the large cities who live tia o news. The Herald Is about as up ti o( 1 going to lose any sleep with the belle:t Inc the p lODers. Th German officers
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such conditions. education, and when those who tear' ,tether without being married could ba late! as a weekly paper ever gets to bi e | that such Is possible escaped.

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j Florida, section 15. article 3, provides SALARIES FIXED BY '

I i that the enacting clause of every law DADE CO. SCHOOL BOARD.For .I
: APPROVED F.
BILLS W.
: shall be as follows: Be it enacted by the benefit of those persons ap- I I HAHN, +

I the Legislature of the State of Flor pointed teachers by the Dade County )I

ida.' I therefore consider the bill defective School Board at Its session Thursdayand Administrator's Notice. Architect and Builder.

AND BILLS VETOED'I as the enacting clause is. Be Friday the Metropolis gives salar- In Court of County Judge State of

u It enacted ,by the State of Florida.' lea per month of'each. fixed by the Florida, Dade county. In re Es, I now have in my employ one of the best

-.. a further objection: the provision Board: tate of Elijah Smith. draftsman in the South and am better

i of section 3 providing for aid to W. W. hail $15.: To all Creditors Legatees, Dittrtbo- prepared than ever for 'furnishing plaits ?

a electors is too broad ana in the
\'a.\ By Governor Broward in tne Last where there may be Ignorant or Mrs. Lila Du nbury. D. F. Pattis- or Demands Against Said Estate: for work etc 1 am noel headquarters '
corrupt voters it might cause great han. Rattle Carpenter. H. P. Bragg turned work scroll sawing:' and all
You and each of
you are hereby work
done in
Few Days. abuse; and for these reasons I objectto ,. notified and required to present any usually planin mill a, rust CLASS

the act under consideration becom- Miss Sara Bayne, SC5.
J. M. Elderman. I CO. claims and demands which you or Send me your order for doors and win,
ing a taw and I deem it my dutyto either of yon may have against the

withhold my approval therefrom. Sophia Bauskett, Lula Angerin. estate of Elijah Smith deceased late dow frames ballusters, brackets etc

additional list of The Governor vetoes the act to Maude Barren. Ruth Rlckards. Pauline of Dade and be
Following 1s an county Florida, to the undersigned convinced MIAMI FLA j
4
acts signed by the Governor: amend section 26, of chapter 43%%. relative Arnold. Lillian McCahey. $55. administrator of said estate ,

t An act defining the manner and causes to the assessment and collection Margaret Freeman. Annie Berry.Sue within two months from the date

of commitments and minors to the of revenue as already amended "as Hopkins Marie Addle Turner. Jennie hereof.
Mrs. L. A. Freeman. Mine McLaughlin -
t Florida State Reform School at Mart- it takes away from the county commissioners Payne Dated May 30. 1905.

-# ann.. the power of equalization of Sara Cunningham Eunice D. E. Smith. Administrator.

assessments and is defective in its McCulloush. Ellen Pratt Bertha MulIkln. 6-2-8.
, An act to prescribe the,effect of the
h title." $SO. Out Of Commission
? failure to record within a time fixed Jessie Vlnson. Mrs. Q. B. Stephens y
Notice for Publication.
In county in this The act "requiring State officers to
any mortgage any Mrs. Geo. Lyman. Ida Westgard. Amy
make biennial detail reports, and pro- Department of the Interior
6t,'e when the record of said mort- Harris Bernice Straham. Lola Vanse.
pelf has been !Ie troyed. riding a penalty for failure to comply Land Office at Galnesrille. Fla.
14 Lillian Ferris, Ella Barney $45.
for the with said requirements is vetoed by May 22. IMS. f
{, Aa act making appropriation Mrs. Laura Beldler. Jessie Cason I a
the Covetnor.y reason for vetoing Notice Ts hereby given that the following Has Watch
payment of the Interest on the bonded Clock ?
Mrs. L. O. Olmstead. Nula McLaughlln. your or stopped ,
I debt of the State. this act." he says,"is that the Information named settler has filed notice
Mabel Williams. Mettle Nelson.
An act to authorize corporations not sought m detail can be ascertained Florence Stephens C. R. Ross, $40. of his intention to make commutation Bring it to us, we do the best ,load ,

i for pecuniary profit to manage care at any time from the Comptroller's proof In support of his claim and that
Colored Schools. of Work
and provide for children who may be reports and the records of his office said proof will be made before John Repair byo* have not
Mamie Brooks, Annie Cannon 135-
$ abandoned neglected destitute or subjected >> and for the further reason that the B. ReID)'. U. & Commissioner at Mi Our
New .
s J. W. MIckens. J-W-S/Bethane. $50.U. seen Side Combs cS
high
to perverted training. burden of preparing the reports required ami. Fla. on July 1. Ifos. TI: Maria
E. Hicks. Alonta McRae. Birdie
the fee of Sheriffs would require additional clerical lorence Gassam of Homestead Fla, grade watches
Aa act to prescribe L Davis, Lottie H. Stephens Nona L. you are doing yourself
t la lunacy proceedings. assistance In their preparation for Id. I1C6S, for the southeast quarter
Jackson. Nellie Powers E. L. Wade.F. U'I
AD, act flung the time of holding 1I'hIcla'DO appropriation Is made. A. Hamilton Aaa Richards $40., section 34. township S< south rang an injustice : : : : : x

;, elections for special tax school die Other acts vetoed by the Governor 38 east. He name the following witnesses .

?i vtricta In Manatee County. are: Task. to prove his continuous residence
Huge
it An act granting a pension to Wm. An act to require the Trustees of It was a huge task to undertake the upon and cultivation of said

1f. Pitt Napier, of Putnam county. the Internal Improvement Fund to deliver cure of such a bad ease of kidney land via: H. T. Whaler The Jeweler12th
'' Cea W. Kosel. of Homestead. Fla ,
g An act providing for the signatures to the State Auditor all bank disease as that of CF.Conier of Cher-

of Touchers of pensioners of this State records. vouchers and accounts belong eked> la. but Electric Bitters did It. F. Spencer, of Homestead Fla. Street, Miami

; by either clerk of the Circuit Court ort lug to the said Internal Improvement He writes; "My kidneys were so far Anna Frank L. Meeker of Homestead Fla.
of
I 'notaries public. Fund to require the State Auditor to gone I could not sit on a chair without Kanan. Homestead. Fla
6.2 to 7-7 O.
tr .An act to prohibit any sheriff, constable check and audit the same and report a cushion; and suffered from W. ROBINSON
Register.
tt bailiff guard or other officer thereon dreadful backache, headache, and depression.

+ :baring prisoners in their cnstody.fromiiafntT An act to require the Trustees of In Electric Bitten, however Tomato
the Internal Fund to Notice to Debtor and Creditors. WrappersDon't ;
jjjujjcufflng. or fasteningRbite Improvement I found cure and by them was restored 4

l'I female or male prisoners to colored pay Into the State treasury all money to perfect health. I recommend -

!;<. prisoners In their custody. now In their possession or which this great tonic medicine to an Creditors legatees distributees and wait till the tomatoes are '

+ An act providing that any common may hereafter come'Into their possession with weak kidneys, liver or stomach.. all persons having claims or demands ripe before orpering

carriertransporting: .freight shall pay for said Internal Improvement Guaranteed by aU druggists; price BOc against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp. your pa-

claims for'a loss'or damage of.aay Fund, to make the State Treasurer reponslble' deceased are hereby notified to present per.V : have TH{ BEST

shipment-recelred by said common under his official bond for CRUISING PARTY SAFE. the same to the undersigned

i1. carrier within, a certain time from the the safekeeping of the same and to within two years after the first publication Manila Wrappers .
"
.,. .:... Cling b/ the shipper of said claim with repeal Chapter 6245 La1l'I'of Florida, Geo. Zapf and Friends are at Fowey of this notice, falling which ,

the common carrier;and 1I'hea'mader relating to the disposition of the'said Rock Light House. the same will be pleaded In bar of 1 made and our prices are right. Order now r,

." certain conditions they fail to pay said money approved June 1. 1)02. their demands.

iJTlalmf the"same common carrier shall An act to grant rights and fraachlci Considerable uneasiness was 'felt Henrietta Trapp. I3UG ; '

,,' pay*interest on said claim at the rate i to the Manatee Light and Traction and expressed In the city Monday Administratrix of the Estate of CalebL. ES &, CC>.

:,' ,of j$ per cent per.annum,'and under Company 'to operate street can: and morning for the safety of Mr. and Mrs.George Trapp deceased.

conditions shall be 'allowed.Judgment electric lighting and power business *'
"" Zalf and a party o friends Cocoanut Crave Fla. It

for)he said Interest'. addl- 1I'lthIDthe municipality of BraUea- who left the city yesterday morningIn Cocoanut Crave Fla. S-26-tt

won to said ftitm town and for other purpose a large sloop for a cruise In the

/ 'Ace'act to define sick and'funeral An act to extend the time 'for beginning -
', lower bay and trip to the reef by the Notice to Creditors
.;,' 'benefit Insurance. work on the Pan-American fact that they had not returned and Wilson & 'FlyeDIUUU

) 'Aa act proride for the acquisition Railway and thereupon to confirm to
In circulation ?
several rumors were :
la Court of the County Judge State of
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: Of 'a site and the erection, braiding said railway all rights powers: privileges among them one that the boat had Florida I. r '
} lid tu.rnllhiDE' a:mansion for the and grants heretofore conferred c
",, been capsized and the occupants Ia re Estate of P. L. Fay, Deceased
.....-..erRor.: ,_ upon the same
< drowned. Dade County Fta. Groceries Fruits
A, Joint resolution, proposing an Aa act to grant rights and franchise But like nearly all such rnmorm.thls To an creditors legatees distributees Staple ;

hi. amendment to Article V of the Constitution to the Manatee Light and Traction Co. the fact developed
"' proved groundless and and all persons having claims or
of the State of Florida relative to operate street cars and electric safe and TOBACCOSAND
that the party were demands against said estate: You and
.i:; to'the'Judiciary. lighting and power business within
at Lighthouse and were
sound Fowey each of you are hereby notified and
>IJ: A Joint 'I resolution proposing an the municipality of Manatee and for CIGARS
having a good time.
requIred' to present any claims and
"l amendment to Section I, Article XVII other purposes. Information
was the brought
of the Constitution of Florida. An act to prescribe fees of sheriffs This o'clockby demands which you or either of you Avenue D and 14th St. MTAMT; FLJL *
to the city about 9.00 .
may hare,against the estate of P. L.
Senate concurrent resolution No. 21. la lunacy proceedings .oa+ .. .
Mr. Max Zapf. brother of George .Fay deceased late of Dade county
Senate concurrent resolution No. 2*. Aa act to provide a method of assistance w
Zaps who with two friends went out Florida, to the undersigned admlnls-
s, Senate,concurrent resolution No. 18. to any elector applying to vote lost L
Sunday night In search of the
tratrlx of said estate within two Jean
Joint resolution on the death of General in the primary election in this State
ones. from the date hereof.
Fltzhngh Lee who by reason of blindness, or the loss I

r",5 House concurrent resolution No..' 42. of a hand or hands, or who ls unableto Dated. May 17th. A. D. 1905. We Want Every Grower I
Mr. L. E. Switzer passed the city S-lWw MART E. FAT.R. .
;:;,;; Memorial' to Congress asking an'appropriation read or write to prepare his ballot today en route from Norfolk to West H. Seymour Admlnistrttrix.
for deepening the entrance by the Inspectors of such election, and has
where he been appointedto
"e Jupiter for Administratrix.
''to'St., Andrews bay and dredging the I providing a penalty for any violation the 'of the Government wireless Attorney .
charge
channel at the mouth of Bear' Creek. of this act Inlet IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.
telegraph station at Jupiter -
and Creek In Aa providing for Notice for Publication.
Bayou George Washington i act a study of
,, M r.Swttzer wore a sailors unl-
county. State.forest conditions the Agrical-
by Form. He stated to a Record reporter Florida Vegetable*."-A complete manual of Florida .
: "I $ Department of the Interior crop
A memorial to the Congress of the tlln1' xpertment Station of the Unlreslty -
that he was formerly a member of Land Office at Gainesville Fla -Florida Orarcea,**-Of special taterest to oraage i.......
United States asking aa appropriation of Florida In cooperation with ?
Iowa.
the crew of the battleship The Strawberries Booklet "
Florida
oa 110II Varieties Caldradesi .
of May 15. 1905. *
one,hundred thousand dollars for the United States Department of Agri
3 the,harbor of and opening the water culture. station In progress at Jupiter Inlet is Notice Is hereby given that the fol- rertUixation.Irish + .- ,

,approach to the city of Apalacnlcola, A bill to be entitled "an act to pro- the Fessenden system of the International lowtng-named settler has filed notice of Potatoes.1*-A Booklet OB 800, Seal Plaattag aaa Calttratlesi: Base .

,Franklin county, Florida. ride for the registration of all legally Signal" Cmpany, an American Institution. Us Intention to make commutation of Fertilisers Digging and Bataptag* '
Jolr. Switzernad be
hoped
Memorial to.the Congress 'of the qualified voters In the city of Penis proof In support of his claim and that Pineapple Ysrtllhzth&--ex special interest to ptaeappki grewen.
was destined for the ltaUon'tI Anas-
", TJnlted States asking for a further surrey cola and to define the qualification of said proof will be made before John B. Ideal FerUUaenL"Book showing aU our different brands, aaalyvea, pr1] '
tads Island as he had visited this city
!' : of Orange creek and for an appro'prlation each voter. Rem)'. United States Commissioner at eta. ,
before and is charmed with It-St. r
/, of 120.000 for the purpose of Augustine Record.A Miami. Fla. on June 28. 1905. vii: New and Revised Editions of the abort Just published. ,teat free far tae .....

,tmproring the' navigation of Orange Whooping Cough In Jamaica. David A. Smith .of Miami Fla, Hd.

;t creek ,by removing obstructions from Mr. J. RIley Bennett a chemist of 32.CC2 for the N. 1-% of 8.E. 1-4 and
Bad Scare. WILSON & TOOMER\ FERTILIZER COMPANY
,Its mouth. Brown's ,Town. Jamaica. West lulls N. 1.2 or S. W. 1-4 .Sec. 11. Tp. 54 S.. I : ,

,BIHs ,.Vetoed.jGorernor Islands writes: "I cannot speak too R. 40 E. !
Some d.'Ou, will get a bad scare '
Broward has vetoed theY highly of Chamberlain's Cough Rem' He name the following witnessesto JACKONVILLE. Fla.
when you feel a pain in your bowels,
: act passed by the recent Legislature edy. It has proved itself to be th I prove his continuous residence upon -
and fear appendicitis. Safety lies In
t "'to.proride for the disposition by the best l remedy for whooping cough,, and cultivation of said land via:. Agents,
&ey,
Dr. Kings New Life Pills a sure cure
; 'aereral!,counties of the State of Flor- which Is prevalent on this end of'the J. T. Davis F. H. Brown ,S. A. Belcher :
for an bowel and stomach diseases,
z. ,Ida of the funds,arising from and apportioned globe. It has never failed to rellev and E. C. Gaunt all of Miami. Fla. BROWN & MOODY STOCKTON & BRADFORD-
... such as headache, biliousness, costiveness '
s to the said .aereral counties in any case where I recommended W. Q. Robinson Cutler Little River.
eta Guaranteed at an druggists '
horn the hire of State convicts." TheGovernoruys It; and grateful mothers after nsini 5-im Register.
only 25 cents. Try them.,
In his veto message: "I It are daily thanking me for aJvlsInj .

'l am opposed:to.the education'of the them. This remedy Is for I&lf',bJ Notice for Publication. NOTICE OF EXECUTRIX.

youth of this State from the funds de- Red Cross Pharmacy and an medicine Department of the Interior. Miami Bottling Works

tired from the hire of State convicts. dealers.
: Land Office at Gainesville Fins AU persons concerned will take notice

This fund, if used for,other'purpoeea Mar 22. 1905. ,
that six months after data I win WALL & DICKINSON. Props.
than defraying the cost of the con vin WILL ASSESS PROPERTYCity Notice II hereby given that the followlngnamed present my final accounts and voucher

lion and maintenance of the criminal settler has filed notice aa executrix of the estate of JohnJ. I Utb Street, Near' R. R, Miami, Fla a
of theS tate should be devoted and County Will Make the As
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court of his Intention to make final proofIn Harden, late of Dad County, deceased

t, to the support of the charltaole and segments Jointly This Year. support fit his claim and that said to the County Judge of said Manufacturers of

corrective institutions of the State and proof win be made before John B.
county and pray for my final discharge
;z to the building of good, roads, and not Tuesday morning. City Clerk M. R ReID)', U. 8. Commissioner at. Miami as executrix of said eatate.FLORENCE All Knd s of

to the.education orpensions.. For Kellum for the city, and George O Fla. on July 8. ,1905 rls.: Daniel M., P. HADEN ,

't these I object to the act becoming Butler county tax for the
reasons
assessor Roberts of Homestead. Fin. Hd Executrix Estate of J. J. Haden. Deceased. Soft Drinks
a' law, and deem It my duty county will start out to take the tu 29912, for the northwest quarter, section ,

to withhold my approval therefrom. assessment of the city and count r 25. township 68 south range 38 January 12. 1905. M6m Prompt' Attention to An Oroen.DYSPEPSIA. Out-of-Tewn Order* Botldte.

In vetoing the Watson primary election property in Miami and it la expecte e
,? blU. entitled "An act to rcgulaU I that the work will take two weeks 01 r to prove his continuous rest +r

the holding 'of political primary elec. more. dente upon and cultivation of salt Ems4 4

ions la the State of Florida for noml, The assessment will be taken jointly ,. lanX riz: ,

hating > D, CX Brown, of Perrtne. Fla. aIII II DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT -

the laws of this State, and for nominal, to have the amounts show the sami. L H. Brown of Miami Fla. O r i1wltOmabn.oa: +hs7Mne.nl.tA.t.ca.aaclwlsYNaarAP.O .

lag delegates to political conreononaand on both the city and county books, ace d c. D Jenkins of Miami. Fla. ..LI... sea LA OI...... ..

."t.> prescribing, a J'f'naltror'any" rio. thus avoid the trouble experienced ii 1 G. W.' Kosel. of Homestead. Fla. I "t E. C. DeWITT fc COMPANY C1UCJUMX BJt*

,, 1;t lation thereof" the Governor says: the past by the city assessments belnj $.%-(0..7 W. O. ROBINSON,

"The Constitution of the State ol r higher than those of the county.iiiiiiii1ti.. Register Ask for the J 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar

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TOWN TOPICS. I Margaret, who are now at Port Tampa.
I will leave in a few days for Niagara Death of a Cultured and Aged Woman M. I
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Falls to spend the balance or the sunimer. Wednesday Evening. BURDINES

r I They will return to Miami lithe .
fall and again occupy their comfortable After an Illness, covering several
Mrs.M. D. Russell will leave this home here. months though having the most skillful .
week for her home In Iowa, where she medical attention and tender nurs 1

will speed the summer with relatives Messrs. C. M. Brown .c SOD proprietors tug: Miss Mattie Stanley. later of Mrs.S. .

of the Dade County Furniture T. Gramling, died at the latter' BIG MONEYSAVING
Mrs. E. \VaJdell left this mornIng Co., began work today preparatory to resilience at an early hour Wednesday
for Boston to spend the remainder adding another, or seconu story to night in her sixty-nfth year of age.
of the summer at that place their building on Twelfth street' west Miss Stanley was a native of Alabama ..,;
and elsewhere in the Eastern States of the Fort Dallas Bank. This story, and came here in 1S97. and has SALE
and Canada. as previously stated In the MetropcUs. been in falling health four months.
Is being built to accommodate thgrowing < Though leaving no immediate family .j
and Increased business of Miss Stanley ii survived by two
Mrs. H.'S. Miller, who has been 1
this firm and wilt be used as a stock brothers and three sisters Gen. J. B.
t'y spending the past two weeks la Miami 1-
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.1. be of native
and wareroom. It Stanley, of Greenville, Ala.; C. 'D. <
as Ole guest of Mrs. S. Bobo Dean, stone and should be completed within Stanley and Mrs. C. H. Beards, of Columbia
I. left Palm Wednesday Beach. for her home In Wes the next three or four weeks.A 5. c.: Mrs. C. S. LitUefleld. of Beginning Monday June 26th

Uttle River, and Mrs. S. T. Gramllng. ,
petition is being circulated today; of this city. The three sisters were
Captain W. Cary of Elliott Keywho by certain property owners and bust present at her sickbed and in death. *
Is sick with fever,"was brought to the ness men in the vicinity of Avenue D Funeral services were held at the
:; ''city last might in his schooner Mark and Thirteenth street for signature! Gramling residence on Thursday at
Since it is the fashion to advertise H. B. Claflin's Great
g ab,for medical treatment and nourishment to be presented to the city council 5 o'clock. Rev. AY. E. Stanton of the

:!!i. Dr. Rush Is attending him. praying that the grade of ralsei this First Baptist church, omclatIng. The Sale we will mention very modestly that we have been
r. and the intersecting streets be, body has been prepared by Undertaker -
or something done so that the water H. M. and sent to buying of their choicest since '
Hon. T.-A. WlnOeld. county con- King was some bargains they began
: which accumulates on Avenue D wit]
mlssioner and delegate from Date Greenville! AlL, today for Interment
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A county Is attending the State Good every heavy rain will run off and Dot the bereaved sisters accompanyingthe : their sale and we are prepared to sell them as low as .
:, Roads Association meeting In Orlan.li accumulate to such an extent that Its corpse on Its sad journey. the
lowest the oi We
this week. forced Into the stores and placesof considering quality goods. bought 'Ii

:;"P business. The petition Is meeting first class and those
'G, with many signers. only goods prefering to buy dependi,, i

:f: Redmond B. Cautler, retained home LEGAI PAPERS FILED able merchandise will not be disappointed if they buy here JI
Lt yesterday after aa absence "of i a CapL Enoch Ross and daughter returned a
,,4 week or tea days, during which he rii Wednesday afternoon froma I .,
< .Ited Jacksonville Tallahassee, Marl two weeks' cruise on the lower coast Warranty deed, B. B. Tatum to Kate
k3 ... anna and other places on business and In their yacht Jupiter. Leaving here B. Skaggs, for $3.500. lot 12, block 126, ,
,. pleasure.. Capt. Ross went to Key West where Miami. s
1'5, he took aboard Mr.C. E. Verge, of Warranty deed, M. A. Hill et al to
I Mr. Papy and daughter, prominent Beaumont Texas, who comes to the B. B. Tatum for $100. lot 11 block Hosiery .

v people of Key West are spending i a East Coast every summer for tarpon 126. Miami.
few days In the city u the guests of fishing. He was a little later this season "Warranty deed P. W. White, to Ella I
Pearson, for $150, Iota 7 and 10, bk. \ '
their friends,Mr. and Mrs. R. F.8mlth, than In previous years and on 26, Miami Our latest purchase is a superb line of Hosiery embracing all the latest novelties and. ?
I .:after which they will proceed to SI that account only succeeded in landing j
& Augustine Mr. Papys old home for three of the "Silver Kings"bu Deed, U. S. Government to Ernie staples In white and black figures. Among them is a solid case of

an extended visit. otherwise thet rip was thoroughly enjoyed Gollattseheck. 160' acres of land in plain black which sell at all stores for 20 cents a pair. To move .250Wrappers
and many fish of other kinds section 7, tp. 56, south range 39easu
landed. Mr. Vnrge was returned to Deed Boston and Florida Atlantic these promptly we have marked them to go at 2 for. . . .

Yesterday G.M.Robblns, attorney for Key West where he took steamer for Coast Land Company to J. S. Roberts,
the Miami Transfer Co, p1 Jnwrsj'In the North. for $SO, five acres In.section 8, tp. 47,
error,'" lira Emma C. Beck et aL. south, range 43 east.
defendants In error, filed an appeal deed, Boston and Florida t
Despite the fact that the weather Warranty
ant notice for transcripf of record li .as inclement the dance given la the Atlantic Coast Land Co. to Jones L.' and Kimonas
the county clerk's offlce. This manstLat club house at Lemon City last Tuesday; Roberts, for $100, five acres{in section .
the case will be carried to a higher 8 south 43, ttAstWarranty
night by the Ladies' Library Assocla tp. 47. range
tribunal for adjustment lion of that place was a decided sue deed, Mary A. Lyman to
cess. Sixty or more couples were present Ira C. Roberts, for $300: lots 3 and 4, i It would do you good to see our line of lawn and percale wrappers

: Mrs Anderson, mother of Mrs. Jos many of them from this city, and! Browns subdivision of Hypoluxo. andkimonas. They are worth from 1.25 to 1.75. We offer them 5 0 try
Hickson, left for Montreal\ Can. on the The Deed, E. I.. White and wife to Madle ; C Y
thoroughly enjoyed evening. for 98c. Sacques that sell for $1.00 at. .: . . . . :
Wednesday Accompanied by her grand of lot section .
Blscayne Orchestra furnished the mu- Ives for $SO, part L 9.
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son'Harry Sefton. tars Anderson will dolor dancing and It was after mid- tp. 53, south, range 42 east
return to Miami the latter pan of An night before the pleasures ceased and Cemetery deed City of Miami to V. .
r gust and will be gladly welcomed the strains of "Home, Sweet Home A. Rutherford, for $10, lot 3, block 2.
back by the many friends she has sounded. On account: of the success Quit claim deed 7as. J. Hubel to Parasols
made during her stay here. achieved last night the ladles haTe Martha M. Hubel for $300, nel-4 of
'" 1-4 and the 1.2 of se 1-4 of section
4, decided to repeat the dance next Wednesday se e
Mr. J. H. Tatum left Wednesday for night, when, If the weather It 35, tp. 53, south,>range U, east.
:b Jacksonville where he win be Joined more favorable, they expect a much Deed. Internal Improvement Fund of i The swellest line of ladies' and Misses'silk parasols that: 7
In a day or two by Mr. W. M. Brown,, greater attendance. Florida to John Saunders, for $1 lot 9,
and together they wm 10 to New Tori sec. 18, tp. 53, south, range 41 east. ever were shown in Miami: marked in plain figures, 1-4 off ;
for a conference with Mr. A.A. Gory, Mr. and Mrs. H.-E. Tuttle and fame ,Warrant, deed, A. E. Lawrence, et
.. Electric ray, and Capt OIL Thompson expectto us ta Dora N. Geiger for $SOO, Iota
get _away tomorrow for a lengthy 17 and 18, block t, Miami. .
peeled that all'arrangements win N and pleasant cruise aboard their yacht Warranty deed. Anna R. Elchelberg- .
i Be sure you look over our assort-
x made to have,the work of construction Savalla They win proceed.from hereto er to Ida E. Nelson, for $100 five acres
t in'upon tie return of Messrs. Ta turn and Brown to 1I1smL'. Atlantic coast and after spending several east.
W weeks they will enter the lakes Warranty deed, John Rommel and skirts. They come in pique and duck

I Among the visitors In the city today and proceed south again via the Mis .wife to John F. Kraemer for $150: fifteen
y Is, Howard B. Gibbons, representing slsslppl river, arriving home late In acres in section 32, tp. 53, south, and for ladies in colors, all beautiful styles! and the J priceis

the Stetson University at DeLandMr.Gibbons the falL The Savallo has recently range 41 east MUCH LESS than it COSTS TO MAKE THEM
. says that the college la been fitted with a new twenty-five \\arranty deed. A. K. Douthit to J.
prospering and flourishing as it never Uprse-power Standard engine, which B. Wolfo l, for $3.00 lot U, block 105,
'' has before and that the faculty an will enable her to make ten knots or Miami. .
ticlpatlng an Increase of one hundred more an hour. She Is especially adapted Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land Cato
or more students next term.which will for'cruising and pleasure purpose Gertrude M. Dorn for $375.00. lots Iud
swell the roll to the five Hundred and her owner U anticipating a pleasant 9, block 55, MlamL Do You Wear ShirtsThis
mark. He win return up the coast to and Interesting trip. Warranty deed Georgia Johnston to .
morrow. R. D. Rader for $500 all of lots 7, 10 i iI
' Do mosquitoes fly against or wit h I and 11. block 16. Robbins. Graham A
"t Captain Burriss, commanding th the wind! The general opinion 1 I Chlllingworth's division. I II hot weather? If you do we can interest you in a few odds and

Florida East Coast dredge which has that they fly with the wind but boatmen Warranty deed James Therbert to : ends Mat we have on hand and will sell cheap. Such brands as the 9 8 CI
:., been at work for the pat sev enl and old settler..'who have madta t James P. Nix for $300;'lot 12, block i Monarch Silver, Cold and other custom made shirts that sold from

months In cutting afoot channel foi r study of the annoying: little pests,, 15, town of Modelo. I $1.25 to $2.00, have been marked down to. . . .'. . . .
.. 1 small boats in Jhe vicinity of Jewfisl contend that they fly against the wine Certificate R. L. Harris secretary I
.'. .:, Creek. Is la the city on a visit ot a and never with it. In other wordsP ,. State Board of Medical Examiners to II I
few days. The work Is now practical:, west winds Instead of driving then J. H. Mullett. to practice medicine fit II
finished and the dredge will be broughto t from the Everglades, should keep then Florida. I II
Miami at aa early date and overhauled back while east winds would brie g Warranty deed, J. R. Leatherman to
We constantly adding new assortments to our
preparatory to assisting In th extension owrk of the road to Ke y these bloodthirsty and thriving insect:s in section 9, tp. 46, range 43 east.
WeaL have been unprecedented bad am Warranty deed Margaret R. Merritt.to I 5 and 10 cent counters. You should not miss
the general direction of the wind ha!s Z. T. Merritt for $100, one hundred
cards are out announcing the all- been from the north ,to'the west According and sixty acres In section 2, tp. 53, I a day in calling as you will surely find something
preaching- wedding of Miss Cam It to this the mosquitoes shout J south range 41 east. Y
Elba Tucker to Mr. Thomas leek I have left the seashore and gone li Warranty deed, Margaret R. Mer \
need these 5 and 10 cent counters
Keel, Jr. The wedding'will take plac It land, but as a matter of fact they has ritt to Z. T. Merritt for SIl)<), 40 acres you wijl on ,
at Smyrna Teen, on the fifth day c,f been worse-at the beach than elsewhere ,. in section 27, tp. 53 south, range 41
July. Miss Tucker Is a sister of MiO. r. during this period; so bad, 1:n east ,
D, Tucker, of this city, and ha I fact, that it has been Impossible to: Warranty Wl: c. Mayberrr and wife
' spent several winters here vlsltln;r one to go or stay there with any dc- to Birdie S. Dewey, for $i:3. lots 1
W. M. Burdine
her brother and family. Miss Tuck r gree of comfort This fact tends t o and 2, block 12, Boynton-
Is a social favorite at her home an,II contradict the statement tnat they fl;v heed, United States Government to
wjjfle here :made many friends wh o against the wind, otherwise they would .d George Proctor, fifty acre in section
will wish her a life of happiness an, have been scarcer during this tim e 31, tp. 40, south, range 43, east.
prosperity; IlL 0. D. Tucker aa d than any other. However, the que a- 4

little l'daughter. Elizabeth. ,,wUI' leav i lion Is an unimportant one and the ,e Mrs. 'J..... T. HavensJ gone to Missouri TWELFTH STREET MIAMI FLA.
Monday night to be present aj th public cars not how they fly so ton r to spend the summer with relatives ;

wedding. [as they make their presence scarce. and friends.
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suve II. M. KING )[. F. Hetherington. formerly connected The schooner W. H. Albnry, which pleasant caller at the Metropolis-ones ,
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Undertaker and! Embalmer editor and pan owner of the Lakeland cargo of one hundred tons of Ice. was doctor owned all the land upon which. 4

.a xce 1300 AVENUE D News, has gone to his former homein probably the heaviest loaded sailing Is now located the city of Miami, pay. .<

- Try the latest thing tn dried nab Kentucky on a short business trip. vessel that ever cleared from this lag $I.00 for C40 acres. Later a. y

I Biscayne cod at Wilson JTyrt 15 Peraoul Att..tto.GT B to Al Oils. port. The Albury drew nine feet of sold the tract: for $6.000., and now says'

: Two new seven ton chisels for the water, and the large launch: Lnclle. that he thinks he will play Indian and %

, 'he.power boat Magnolia owned by Ross rock crusher at worK In the ship which towed her out had trouble in take It back. He left for home Wed- ,-
Mrs. V. D. Avery and children leftyesterday Mrs. Florence P. Haden of Cocoanut : -
Fogg ft Grassland, has been chartered hannel! across the bay, arrived Tues making the ship channel the vessel nesday.
for aDytona where they Grove, left this week for War-
to the Florifu: Eat Coast Railway day. These chisels are lighter than going ashore'and remaining fast until
'<: will spend the rest of the summer wither rensbnrg. Mo; where she will spend y
,for use In the extension work of that those that have been In use. last night when she was gotten free
h parents aid frle1 1s. the remainder of the summer.Mr. Friends In this city of Rev and
.i road and Is now being fitted out for of the bank and proceeded on her jour
Mrs. C. A. Fnlwood win learn with
the work at the terminal dock. The British schooner Hattie Darling ney. She will return here on July 10. ,
1%." ". In appointing school teachers and and Mrs. R. L. Mills have the Capt. Thompson, sailed Wednesday for another cargo of ice. pleasure that the former has ,very l
fixing their salaries for the coming congratulations of the much: improved in health. He attended
Wanted-Japanese plum or loquat community on for
Nassau N. P., with a general '
1 term the Board of ducation recognized I the commencement exercises at .
the arrival at their home on Mondayof :f;
Geed Wilson ft Flye. X11 I cargo of freight and a number of pas Prof. R. E. Hall superintendent of '
the services and efficiency of several a bouncing boy and girl twlns.that Emory College of the board of trustees ,
sengers. The Darling went out drawing the public schools of Dade county.has
teachers holding first grade certificates came to Increase the family circle. I of which he is the eldest mem ,;'
r' Polly Hart and George ,Johnson i iTtirtles nine feet of water. decided to Isue an educational magazine .
and gave them-a raise of $5.00 ,ber. Mr., and Mrs. Fnlwood jKpect to
charged with highway robbery by devoted to the school Interests \
1 per month in salary a recognition that spend the remainder of the summer
holding up and taking about $20 from I are reported quite numerous Owing to business engagements of Dade county and will get out the .at:
no doubt will be greatly appreciated with relatives and friends U Georgia.
Sam Jones was given trial Monday I by them. on the beach at present owing to the Hon. Fred'k S. Morse who expected first number on or about the first of ".q
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morning before"Justice Hill and were moonlight nights, and several have to leave this morning on the yacht September. The magazine win be "1

held In the sum of $400 each for trialw' t been turned In the last few days and Enterprise on a business trip to certain similar to those published in many Work Is reported to be progressing .

In the Circuit Court. P. H. Roper, deputy sheriff at Danla. brought to the city. lands of the Florida East Coast counties and schools and will be issued nicely by the P. Sanford Ross chisel #{

was In the city Monday. Mr., Roper Railway, has postponed the same until once a month the year round. Besides dredge across the bay. The dredge U
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Us Bradley fwt furs for an ..... recently took a trip to Cuba to investigate County Judge Heyser went up to.W't6t some date next week, when he will school matters, Professor Hall now cutting a channel sufficiently deep

',. X. Lammas< Agent the farming conditions there Palm Beach Monday for the i get away and be gone several days Intends to conduct in it several through tAe cut to' deep water at the '

says that Dade county Is ahead of the purpose; of looking after his property special departments among which win sea entrance to allow the steamer Qr

t island in the growing of tomatoes interests there. He..m be absent until i Miss Nellie Anderson, of Deals accompanied be one devoted to Andabon Interests. Bmsstar to get through with lighters.

The ship,builders who came down Irish potatoes and the most 'of other Saturday by little Miss Florence Dos This is being done so that the 'tat

last week from Jacksonville to build vegetables but that Cuba can produce ler, Is visiting her sister Mrs. J. H. Dr. J. V. Harris of Key West, Is can dump the refuse rock removal
m number of barges and'boats for
use peppers and eggplants better than wean Dr. W. S. Graham left Monday night Stunk at 601 Twelfth street. They among the visitors here Wednesday. from the bottom of the channel tn th ,
In F. E C
R'y extension operations
here. for[ Jacksonville. He does not know will remain here about a week after Dr. Harris is one of those who fought sea and not Into the bay as la now ciBurdine

f .are now engaged in preparing th, timbers lust how long he will be away from which they will go to Jupiter to visit for the case that was JOlt/and Is necessary. After this has bees don, '
for two large that be
barges will
''the first bow to be builtBlseajrM Among the features of the Fourthof Miami, U, after reaching Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. J:. J. Dealer and fromwhich now enrouto home from Louisville the dredge win proceed to cut out U.

.. .. July celebration and events to be lie may, decide to continue his trip place Miss<.' Anderson will re I where he-attended the recent' reunlolaof rock on both sides to the. fmQ.wUtk

given under the auspices of the Miami further north. turn to Ocala. Confederate Veterans, and was,a of the proposed channel.
: cod tte newest detfaat.rat .
Fire Department assisted by the
wnsoa ."... 1a .
Miami Rifles win be a fireman's ball
On Monday afternoon Messrs. W. C. i.M
a t the Fair building that night The
t the .
Maynard Son well known
opticians
Joseph W. Sanders, held in ban in
*$ firemen intend to make this event one
and jewelers Chief
'i; the sum of 1300 upon a charge of embezzlement of the most elaborate presented
ever given in
Dan Hardle of the Miami Fire
preferred by M. E. Crnber Miami.! The Biscayne orchestra will Department

of West Palm Beach, pre baIl Saturday furnish the music and an admission for the, with a handsome eight-day dock & Quarter man
headquarters, and for which
night and was released from cus win be charged.
the chief and members of the depart
tody. Sanders remained In the city 1 /
,
ment are grateful. :
until Monday, when he went up
Last Sunday night someone broke
to West Palm Beach.
open the pen used by the city for em- Mrs. Julia Blake, aged C5 yean,

ponndlng dogs and released an thecanlnes.several mother of Mrs. c.o.. Rlchardson.dled Y
Aetna dynamite and aoppOea far
"' in number imprisoned last night at 7:30 o'clock at her daughter's
ale by Lammas ft BewetL there. Marshal
Flannagan knows
home np the Miami river. The I
the name of the'person who committedthe
f Funeral was held Tuesday afternoonat
Fire Chief Dan Hardie is.busy for. 4t
act and It la probable that he will %::0. Rev. Dr. Farts offlclaUns at
mutating the rules tad regulations to be arrested. The was broken
pen openfor the grave, and the interment being
govern both the paid men In their Jo-
the purpose of releasing a dog
a under the direction of Undertaker W.
ties; and In'olunteE'r members m
owned by the person and emponnded F. Miner. t
their deportment, conduct, eta, at the therein.:

station house and at fires. Hole determined -,
that the, department shall Messrs. J. A. McDonald and George will have another big sale Monday n

be, ran on a business basis throughout Prof. R. E. Hap who is directing the A. McKlnnoc who left Monday for ;
rehearsals of the military drama, "Un-
the North han their directive
: sa

Endure- fertdsanthe" best der Two Flags," which will be present. point Prince Edwards Island where June the 26th and specially invite
ed during the first week in July states ,
they to be present at UM ordination
floe sate by J. X. Lamnsq Miami go i
that all the becoming
of
participants are -
to priesthood of their cousin. Mr.

$ Capt.K. M. Large the taxerdermlst. well versed and proficient in their J. B. Mclntyre. which event takes their out of town Friends to attend.

parts and that he expects the play to place on the 24th Inst Mr. McIntyre
gypped last Friday to Mr.ChasJCaethIng. -
be one of the most popular ever presented t
t was timekeeper on the Royal'PalmHotel
the tarpon' fishing expert who here local The
by talent. play during Its construction and Is
broke aU ,records on killings last Is given for the benefit of the armory of
Prince
a native Edwards Island
u
month .twelve of the largest specimens :
fund of the Miami Rifles and on that are also Messrs. McDonald and MeKlnnon. \
landed by himself and party; .
account it should be wen patronized.
and which Captain Large preparedand 12th St., Cor. Ave. O. Miami

I mounted. School patrons here and especially Mr. E. T. King one of the leading I

parents of beginners are naturally interested '
citizens of Fort Lauderdale
was attending
y It you want fertilisers, consult J. X.LftsBXflBa. .
in knowing something about
to business matters In Miami '
4
aced far tlsa flM t.DaD1sf1 ; .
the teacher
selected the school
by
Bradley gooda Monday.. Mr. King Informs a* that
board to succeed Miss Kate Colyer in he has the dredges working' J&ay and ,

the primary department, and who was night on the canal Lantanaand
Capt Albert J enkel. City Clerk M. betweerf Burdine &
J' Kellum regarded as one of the best instructors Boca Ratone, and that there is Quarterman
R. and H. 0. Houston spent of beginners in the State. This
now only about nine miles to be cut
Sunday the lower ,bay fishing and Is a
Miss
lady Eunice McCnUngh. who I
to connect the waterS at these points
recreating, Exceptionally; good luck I -
comes highly recommended from the
He says that when the canal Is completed r
was had both In fishing and graining northern part of the stateand In whom .
crawfish. It will drain and put In, a condition
.'more than one hundred of
the
board has .
the Utter bear cartnred end brought great confidence.Mr. to.be cultivated some of the richest _____ ... ,_ __ ____u __ _. .. __ _
land in the State of Florida.
:back to the city for distribution among and Mrs. H. C. Stanford and tt

their friends.'Money children'left Sunday for a visit to relatives Joseph Sakal. head of the Japanese The Back.et tare

in Colorado. They went via colony at Boca Ratone, accompaniedby
to loan on Improved piopertj. Louisville, where they will stop a few ,
Captain King, of Fort Lauderdale
0. S. Amsden, Coooanut Grove cr M. IS THE PLAGE1VLon.day
days and take in the Confederate Veterans came down Monday In a launch from .

D. Price Miami Reunion. Mr. Stanford expectsto that place and after spending the day

be gone about three weeks, while In the city, returned up the coaston June !36-th.
THE NEW SPONGE MATTRESS ,
:
g Mrs. Stanford and the children will Monday Mr. Sakal and the major

Made by,the is Miami Sponge Mattress spend the summer. KUstmmee Valley ity of the members of the colony We will give our customers the benefit of some good reductions In prices. Our goods are ,
Company now on exhibition in the
;e show window of the Dade County Furniture Gazette. Mr. and Mrs. Stanfordare spent Sunday at Fort Lauderdale u not marked up with the ietention of marking them down "special" Our every day price Is
wen known in! Miami where the
the guest of Mr. King and others and
Co. Special demonstration Mondays former lower than many others "special" so when WE REDUCE IT MEANS REAL VALUES.
and was identified in business circles returned: Monday to' their home
Saturdays. Call and get
for a long time.
Mr. King and Mr. Sakai coming hereon

ful prices home and information of Ladles this wondx- a short business and pleasure trip. Ladies Trimmed Hats Satin Taffeta Ribbon
production. are especially Sheriff Frohock returned last Friday .

invited. tf from West Palm Beach bringing Ion Janitor Hay of the court house, Your choice of any hat in our store; all the 4 inch White Taffeta Ribbon white only.

: Writing tablets and stationery' for there W. Sanders that white whom he carried I finding that there is no prospect of latest styles in shirtwaist and C I QK Everybody sells It at 30 cents 17
day to answer to the commissioners ,
'eat.'at.l. B. Sertvea't drug store. the charge: of larceny from his former grounds county around that Institution ordering plant the dress shapes this day only.P I Monday a yard. . . . . 11 v

r employer M. E. Gruber. The sheriff ed ni flowers and beautl e4. Is now
Rev' Frederick Pasco ,has retunedfrom states that Sanders waived examination busy setting out Bermuda grass whit Decorated Belgium Bowls Laces and EmbroideriesWe
a trip to Oxford. Ga, where he
and upon solicitation of the plaintiff will soon spread and form a pretty ;
: attended' the commencement exercises: : the bond for his appearance for lawn. If Mr. Hay will just use an will again sell these for 5 and 10 cents 1000 yards of our regular 5, 7 and 8c laces. ?

of,Emery College and the trust sees' ,trial in the circuit court was fixed at axe or get Sheriff Frohock to lend him each. They are worth double znA I 1 ftp and embroideries, this day only 5
3
meeting be being a member of the $300. Sanders was unable to give bond a prisoner'for a few minutes to cut l the money any day. . . JUdlUI IUO per yard . . . . . . G
board. He was aJ8o'preteDt the ,
at and he was brought back here and re- down those several dead palmetto 4

annual.meeting Conference of the at State Madison EpwortbLeague lD'd'WU incarceratedthough he has sent for stumps around the ground Its appear Crystal Glass Sauce Dishes White Bowls and Pitchers

money with which to secure his release ance will be greatly enhanced. This I

elected president. and expects its arrival in a few yard could be made very beautiful Worth regular l 30 cents a set I Our regular size K. and K. granite

; Wanted 10 men In each State to days, Sheriff Frohock states thatwhile and attractive with a little work and Monday . . . . . I7c. ware. Monday a sIt . : . .95G
nothing small
came up tn court relative expense. Every other county

travel,; tack signs and. distribute samples to the matter, that he understood In the State takes an Interest in in<
and of Remember that we handle everything and are constantly adding fresh new goods to our stock
y circulars our goods. Salary that Sanders bad made good to :Mr. proving its ,court house and public

$75.00 pr'_th. $3.00 per ..daytor Caber the amount of his alleged defalcation I I property, and It is regretable that such at lowest prices. Whatever you want come to us for It and we will SAVE YOU MONEY R

expenses.. Kuhlman Co, Dept 8, which was In the little
neighborhood attention is paid to such matters
'+ Atlas bunding. Chicago.. of one, thousand dollars: by Dade county officials..i W. H. Chaille{ & Son. 1211 Avenue D. Miami, Florida. ,


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MOSQUITOES i NO HALT HAS
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On C6verner's Mansion-J.N.C-Stock- I Marksmanship at Rang on Monday
ton Wants Commission Convened NUMEROUS Afternoon. The Scores. BEEN CALLEDIN


hK W mm AND OARING RAilWAY Hon. J. N. C. Stockton of this city, Although but five shots each were

one of the board of State commissioners ARE THE WORST NOW THAT HAS Bred, thus making the greatest possible MIAMI- REAL ,ESTATE WHICH
for erecting the Governor's mansion score twenty-five, the shooting
te EVER BEEN KNOWN WESTERLY CONTINUES AS ACTIVE AS EVER
says that he has requested Gov. squad from the Miami Rifles which -MANY TRANSFERS MADE IN
Lfjhlki Wizard of Florida Tells for First Time of the Construction of Broward to convene the commislon so WINDS HAVE DRIVEN THEM went to the range Monday afternoon LAST FEW DAYS.

that the preliminary work of construction FROM THE EVERGLADES. showed a considerable improvement

the Road to Grasp the Southern Trade. can be done such as preparing over the score of a week before, and t

plans, specifications, etc.. and selecting some very creditable records were
The real estate business seems to
The mosquitoes are worse at the
I I an architect says the Jacksonville made.
.j have no let up la Miami and the indications -
baa been said and written inally obtained from the State of Florida Metropolis.As present time than they hare been at One of the causes for the Improvement
Much
are that there win be none during
for the Florida East Coast Road to the site for the mansion in any period ia the part several years In the scores la due to the elevation
+E about the proposed extension of-the the entire summer or for some
called for its construction within a Tallahassee, Mr. Stockton entertains and for the past week or more so numerous of the targets and their better
JVE. C. Ry. via the Florida keys to certain period to the Island of Key the hope that a site will be donated by and vicious hare been the little arrangement otherwise for shooting. years to come.

,:Key West, but nothing of aa official "....1. which is named as its deep water the citizens of Tallahassee and that pests that It has b en practically Impossible Those shooting and their score were The best part of it la that the sales but
not merely speculative one,
are
by Mr. the entire appropriation of to be out at night with any as follows:
R 'nature has ever been divulged terminal, and hence it is going $25,000 la
most Investments
case being permanent
the made by the Legislature will be degree of comfort while smudge are Two hundred yards: r
nagier or other high officers.of the there. He can not say what total applied and Improvements.
cost will be, but it will-!' amount to to the building. necessary to keep them out of house Archer. 17.
| ,road relative to the projectThis home. Amongst the deal of the last two
many millions, as he determined to MrStockton also says he want just ana Clyatt. 11.
pT Is up to the present time butt On the other aide of the bay they or three day Messrs. J. H Tatum It
have the solidity unquestioned and as handsome and Just as substantial a Gibson 20. amounting
\ according to the Raleigh N. C, cor-: every appointment most thorough. building erected as can be done for are said to be so thick that It is with E. N. Worfey. 20. Co. report several to ever

'respondentof the New<< Tork Herald. -rl e position of Florida with relation the money and he thinks it will be difficulty that the crews, operating Capt. Jandon 17.Lieut. f7.000.00 worth of vacant tots for im-

'Jf Mr. Flagler himself is credited with to imporant Southern points, to-wit, the pride of any citizen to contribute the Ross dredges and boats pursue Brassier It. irovemenL ODe of theM I* the beau?
ifol front lot
bay at the comer 'C.
jf7 an Interview on the purpose and proHgj Cuba and the Panama Canal is perhaps toward it. as It Is to be a State building their work and It Is reported that one Three hundred yards: .

Ject of this great work which divulges not generally known. Key West ;, and a home for an future Governors d.rlut week steam had to be turned E. N. Worley. 10 Ninth street which was purchased by

I* tact of a Very Interesting nature and Is much to the westward of Florida while in the office., Into the fire room to drive and kill Gibson, 1,. Mr. a N. Melvin of Staten Island N.
Y. who>> waa her test winter and became -
!?& heretofore :unpublished.. The correspoadent and in fact it and Tallahassee the It Is believed that )fr. Stockton voices them oatMondty The teams will shoot every MonJay
so Infatuated with Miami that
pY says: Florida capital, are on a line north public sentiment, and that every night fifty'or more persons afternoon and Judging from tae score
he will handsome horn
*1 had a special interview with Mr. and south, while a line drawn from citizen of Florida should assist in making took advantage of the excursion to of yesterday a. number off the marksmen build a bring

";;'* J'1IPr.recardlllr.' details of, this Miami to the southward will be found the mansion an ornament the the beach under the auspice of the win qualify to participate In the down his automobile and ,lunch and

J :remarkable work. which has now to pass midway' through Cuba and State and an honor to those chargeJ Ladles' Afternoon Club but only remained State shoot at 8L Augustine during spend and the entire water here in comfort
pleasure. J. T. Baa-
pj; $ reached a point known a* Homestead. then strike Colon one of the terminals with its construction. some fifteen or twenty minutes tile latter part of August Captain '
'jff n mile southwest from Miami off the Isthmian anal the mosquitoes driving them awayand den who U Mr. Kelvin's legal representative

;$t 'The road will traverse for a consldera- "Key West literally dominates Cuba Deafness Cannot Be Cured forcing a speedy return to the Dying of Famine. say that his client win arrive
her
.&; Me dlstanc a ridge or' slight elevag and Mr Flagler win construct on the city. An evening of delightful pleasure month for about the the fourth of next

| tan off ooUtic'J1meIttoD., and passing former island a splendid system of by local applications a* they cannot had been planned and though it purpose of contracting
r beyond this wffl reach sand the maagrov terminals filling In a vast stretch of reach the diseased portion of the ear. was Impossible to enjoy It there Is a Is In Its torments like dying of con for the building of his residence' r

$' *. that strange tree which reaches the shore with material very probably There Is only one way to cure deafness probability that the trip will be repeated sumption. The progress of consumption On Monday Mr. W. M. Burdln
from the beginning to the bought through the Tatam two -
A1' its roots downward' Into the water a singular kind of white mud found a and that is by constitutional remedies as soon as the wind shifts anJ very agency
"' end. U a lone torture both to victim choice building lots in Riverside, OB
the limbs abov for Insects
from being along'datanee drives the
,
; little distance away, which has great Deafness is caused by an Inflamed away.
9. and friends. When I had Consumption which It' I* his Intention to build m '"
the the
principal "ecetatloL'ne hardness and make an admirable toil condition of the mucous lining off the Reports from an sections of
f'v o wffl show that the la Its first stage* write Wm. good residence.: When such shrewd'
the road strike considerable There wffl be twelve piers each 100 Eustachian Tube. When this tube la county mosquitoes are '
|-J' 'stretches of water; more or less shal- feet long'and 200 feet In width, covered Inflamed yon have a rambling sound of the wont ever known and the causeIs MJWS. of Cearfos, MJ. after trying busines men a* Mr. Burdla invert
different medicines and s good 40 c0e. in a certain locality: It 1* evidence of
low. the will be
but always foundation attributed to the strong and
jt by sheds, with basins 200 feet Imperfect hearing and when It i* entirely generally
la vain. I at last took Dr. King's New the Tahiet of property there and th
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of and substantial winds which
f One the finest most In width between these each basin closed deafness is the result west hare prevailed ,.
f'f imaginable namely coral rock. for some time put and which baaeD Discovery which quickly ana perfectly owners of Riverside are congratulating
: affording berths for four large ship. and unless the Inflammation can betaken t
'eoutrucUou win be 'the the from the of cured me.Prompt relief and sure themselves upon this addition to the ,
of
The mosquitoes Jungle
5f a total of forty-eight for the twelve out and this tube restored to its 1
cumter.and cure for coughs colds sore 'throat, prominent people who>> are Interested
"y most expensive and durable piers. normal condition hearing will be destroyed the Everglades to the coast and Inconsequence ,; .
r: everything wffl make for absolute forever; nine cases out of ten of which the drugstores bronchitis etc. Positively prevents la that part of the dty.
& Spage wffl also..be provided for a pneuKonla Guarantee at an drug This firm has also sold three lots.
:1&fet7.- The,, first survey was for a are caused br catarrh which is noth- have done an unprecedented business
,
dry dock with complete faculties. In gists. Price We and $1. Trial bottle on Fifth street Avenue
near D to Mr.
t Dne to Cape Sable, but when this was (ng but an inflamed condition of the In the sale of Insect powder and the
; other wordy the plant at the terminal free. D. )[. for
Connolly a gqod round figure
,
nad.j Mr. Flagler found that he was mucous surface furniture stores have disposed of hundreds -
Is to be on a scale mach larger the sal '
being made for Frank
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sixty mile from Key West and twelve We YIU clye one hundred dollars of nets. GaDatt
than anything yet ...aiD that part STRANGE former
T .mne. from what Is known as the three for any cue of deafness (caused by Aa easterly breeze for a few days STORY. owner. ,
$,-" 'I fathom line of the Gulf. He therefore of the country. Mr. Flagler says he catarrh) that cannot be cured by Halls will set things right again and drive They have also sold Iota 19 and 20.

k 'decided to undertake the greater cannot himself estimate the cost ox Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free the pests back Into the woods. Body of Sick Man Seen In House f block 11. to Mrs. N. B. Lee. of plant
this extension of Us 1'0&4.1 he doe Commons.A City and a choice lot in Riverside to
and changed the line
proposition so
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Cheney : 4. Toledo 0.
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not yet know how much of it wffl be .
Mrs. ]I. ;J. of
Payne Orlando.
"v* from Homestead and is building more Sold by Druggists Tie.. Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck Lame .
what U known as rock fin and bow strange story waa recently cabledto
'
y 1 nearly along what may, be.called the Take Hall's Family Pills for ConsULyncher .Shoulder.
much cement! but what 1* beat acid the Chicago Tribune from its London No Secret About It.
l& general Hue of.the --. patios These are three common ailmentsfor
Ge From Key t* Key. strongest will be used so a* to bid which Chamberlain's Pain Balm Is correspondent, as follows: It 1* ao'secret.' that for eats. barns ;
.
defiance to wind or-wave and make Sir Gilbert Parker who claims to nicer, fever sores; bolls
\*? *la a scenic.way this road wffl be Got Him. especially valuable. U pnmptly applied >> ears eye ,
H notable. The views it wffl: 11".of the road absolutely safe no matter It will save you time money have seen the astral body of Sir Can etc. nothing U so effective a* Back

Si, those beautiful Southern,waters with I what the weather may be. Nashville ;June 20. A telegram and suffering when troubled with any Rasch In the House of Com mom while lea'i Arnica Salve It didn't take long ,

yfc 'an their tenderness off Oat. with the I Th road will pas through the from Hohewald. Tenn. says that SI- of these ailments For sale by Red the latter was in at his home la receiving to ear a bad sore I had and it Is all

j+f More* of "key,"'or islands and Ialeta.C most tropical and fertile part of Flor mon Ford the negro who committedan Cross Pharmacy and an medicine dealers corroboration of his extraordinary '- 0. K. for lOre eyes.- write D. 1* '

_ ',.-; 'e&t andssmall,'will make it like a I Ida. with unbounded possibilities forth outrage on a white woman near : hallucination. Sir Arthur HI,.. Gregory off Hope Texas. the at a11.,

voyage wonderland.. The line w01rya growth of track eel fruit, for the Riverside waa taken from the Jail at tor writes as follows: 1 beg to say druggists. 1

'pass ,from key. to key. and the first opening of new pfeafur resort and 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon by a MONSTER SWORD-FISH. that I not only saw Sir Cane Ruche.

& deep water ,it wffl strike w01 be at: for new haunts for the fisherman and mob of fifty men, anJ carried to the myself, sitting below' the gangway SUNDAY BASE BALL BILL

'M what is known U Knight'* Key where 1 the hunter and will then pass on to place where the crime was committedand Captured In Net Near Manatee Last but called him to the attention of Sir I ,

j'f there will be a channel thirteen. feet in Key West, whence there win be afforded shot 'death. Ford was arrested Monday. Henry Campbell Bannermaa. with I Full Text of the Measure 8* Genera

fi depth., I exceptional faculties for travel Monday morning after being fatallywounded Joseph Greenhalgh. who lives Just whom I was talking on the front opposite Disapproved. F

ISjk" Several drawbridges, wffl- be i -, to Cuba, for steamers far larger He admitted his guilt east of town on Bralden river, -while j bench. I said wondered why al I ,

Li strutted some for the use "of the I' than any ever used in those waters out fishing Monday on the river with the papers inserted notices of Sir For the Information of aU person

i, aznanvessels which. are engaged>in I are to 'fo m part of the system.- Just What Everyone Should Do. his wife and little boy discovered a Csrne's Illness while he was sitting Interested the provisions of the tin
(
,J* the. sponge' fisheries, the seat off, the other words 'the road is 'meant to Mr. J. T. Barber of IrwlnvUle, Ga monster sword-fish In shallow water opposite apparently quite well. Sir ,I to prohibit certain games and sports Y '

b sponge trade being Key West, One of grasp the Cuban passenger traffic. always keep a bottle of Chamberlains and having a strong net made for Henry replied that he hoped the illness on Sunday the full text of the bill la

f&x the drawbridge win. be for the special Increasing,Cuban Trade. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reemdy catching large fish at once proceeded was not catching.* It seems that [ published herewith, together wits a

*? convenience off pleasure craft taclodK -, at hand ready for Instant use. At- to capture this monster, says the Manatee this is not the first Instance of the I certificate of H. Clay Crawford Secretary
\ tag houseboats so that the latter can "Season by season the travel to Cuba tacks of colic, cholera morbns and di Record. After getting the fish lathe sort that occurred ia the house. la1S37 i off State to the effect that thl* r

|v thread their way through the maze oft from this country grow greater and arrhoea come on so suddenly that net he had to harpoon It as It was i Mr. Connor, aa Irish member Is a true copy off the bin aa passed by r
the keys greater; and last season the steamers tame I went tq Ireland to be at the the Legislature and approved by the e
and thus avoid the broader there la no to hunt a doctor or go very unmanageable.After ; present
water of the Gulf or of the.Atlantic hi use were actually unable to handle to the store for medicine. Mr. Barber dragging the monster to the deathbed of one of his parents. Swift Governor: y.i
it. Mr. Flagleris himself of the .
s i v may; one says:-'I have tried Chamberlain* shore and having been measured It McNeill saw his wraith la his usualsat
The solidity of the bottom of this largest holders of stock In Cuban rail Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was found to be thirteen feet ten and oa the third opposition bench. It Aa act to prohibit certain games aad

:z& wonderful 'piece of railway constmc- ways and he knows the" possibilities which is one of the'best medicine I one-half Inches In length and four feet also was seen from the press gallery. ports on Sunday. l''

;>j tion,wfll be I equafled by that of the of that garden Island. He was there ever saw. I keep a bottle of it ia my In diameter and Its sword three and Thirty years ago a member who went Bo I it enacted by the Legislature. of ,

j Toadied Itself. ; ia other words, the latter last winter and spent a week as the room as I have had several attacks of one-half feet' long Its weight was abroad suffering from an sent malady the State of Florida: '

'., wffl I be partly of the coral rock guest of another distinguished railway colic and It has proved to be the best estimated to be about six or seven received aa urgent five line whip. Section That whoever engage on

ji quarried from the keys and made entirely president Sir William Van Home,who medicine I ever used." Sold by Red hundred pounds. On learning of this He replied that U would attend the !?-::-?ar, ID SBT ram or sport sack aaluneb&U.
Is
f solid and partly off cement or 'charge of the leading railways in Cross Pharmacy and all medicine Je*]- rapture and fearing some one would house at whatever cost to his health. t.>>tL 11. or bowling; aa plant "

'e; *teeL. Mr. Flagler: be.. of course the Cuba. Mr. Flagler found to his surprise era. say It sounded a little fishy and would The house was divided oa the matter |I|I ed la bowling alleys, or horse racing.
that only one-eighth of the arable
a best engineers and these assure him compare It with the Punta GorJa fish at issue, and on division the lobby tellers whether aa player manager, director

that steel caa be so treated sate, withstand land tivation.there had.ever been' put In cul 11,000'HOG. stories we had a special committeeof saw the member and counted his or otherwise. shall TM deemed guiltyof

easily the corrosion usual in that one to go out and measure the fish vote. The next day it was found that a mlsdemesso-.aal sb-u Sw ptnlaa-

\_ climate and under those condition "Speaking of the possibilities off Wants That Sum For and his report was as above stated the number of votes recorded by the ed by a fine no .xi-eecat oo.nnn- c

t "He will bund cement piers these to, er Florida, )fr. Flagler remarked Dead Porker. sq we nave the postmaster for an.thorlty division clerks was one less than that dred doilsrs.;: or ty ii.:pr. jcmiat bathe r't

be
where the:'water deepest,,. say four was south of the Miami, It Is says: Is correct Mr. Greenhalgh can well list of the former this parctlcnlar name I months or by both suds: one and 1m-

feet in diameter and filled:with ce"ment.whUe known bow extremely fertile the money la raising hogs ia be styled the king fisherman of Manatee did not appear aa it did on the list of prisonmenL '1.

in other case there win be that south of that river the but Just bow valuable as this 'is the largest fish caught the Istter. At the time the divisionwas Sec. J. That all laws and part of 'I

piers of cement,With arched spans of fruit and other citrus fruits grow become was not realized by. any one of this neighborhood for I I taken the member wu dead. laws In conhlct with the provision of

< fifty feet, also of cement, strengthened greater abundance than eawbe f days ago. when a hog be some time past .. I this act be and the ame.are hereby re- ,

with steel The'roadbed wffl la all Grapefruit trees are seen Walker was placed It Is supposed that this ash went up Bilious Bin the sleepy head. pealed. '

I that part off the construction be twentyseven four to five hundred pounds off' I When he went to I Braden river with the tide In searchof Dearly loved to lay abed: '. Sec J. That this act han take effect

; feet above the water so that fruit i the next morning the I food and the tide left It before It Couldn't wake him If yon shook him; Immediately upon its passage and approval

+ lien win be entire safety, the danger The' development of orange cal L"A!t fine one, weighing near had Its fill and by being in shallow When his slumbers overtook him.. by the Governor.

'y' from,storms practically' amounting.to below the Miami is sure to be nr was dead. water was much easier to manage Suddenly he started waking Approved June 5. 1905. *

nothing:, owing to the natural shelter marked. The Florida orange is Mr. Walker appeared than if he had been in deep water. Ev'ry-morn when day was breaking. I

which' is given the,tae by. the formation ly regarded as the best on and stated that bit hog What's this magic necromancer? State of Florida '

of the keys.' Even the orange from 120.000 but if they Cuban Diarrhoea. EARLY RISERS that the answer. Office of Secretary of State.I. .

"One of the largest to be traversed when transplanted to Florida 1 then he would settle) U. 8. Soldiers who served la Cuba The famous little pills "Early Risers- IL Clay Crawford. Secretary of !

'' Is Key' Lar o.' and'another very prove greatly. The oranges in Cc As this was a-new valu during the Spanish war know what cure constipation sick headache, bit State of the State of Florida, do hereby _t'

a x Important one is BahIa Honda.'which are inferior but now the Florida although Mr. Walker this disease a, and that ordinary remedies h lousness, etc., by their tonic effect on certify that the foregoing ia a true .

te only tony mile from the eastern ange is being Introduced in that f pounder last year ItIt have little\ more effect than so the liver. .They never gripe or sicken and correct copy of "An act to prohibit '\

'r cad of the Island of KerrWest The I land. Mr. Flagler while in Cuba council's breath, that much: water. Cubaq diarrhoea Is almost but Impart early rising energy. Good certain game and sport on 81mt',

: atter, Island will be'.the'terminus of March met a gentlemen a native .. advantage of the oppor- as ,severe and dangerous as a for children or adults. Sold by the day Session laws of DOS. approved "

I this most important road.. Below Barala had set out three hundred thoasannortda Mr. Walker express mild attack of cholera. There Is oneam BIscayne Drug Co. June S. 1105 as of file la this office. '

Honda there will be the most orange trees, and who to enter suit for d remedy however, that can always be Given nnder my hand and the Great

important of the bridge; constructions,'I he expected great result from themmgth depended upon as win be seen by the DO A SNAKE EAT GRASS Seal of the State of Florida. at Tallahassee ,

this being about seven miles In lea following certificate from Mrs. Minnie I want you to submit a question the capital this the 13th day

and the total 'cost of this bridge alone A Guaranteed Cur for Piles. The Salve That Penetrates Jacobs of Iloueto"t. Texas: "I hereby and settle a controversy for me. Is of June. A. D.: 1903. -

WOT dun Into' the minions in an the DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve penetrates to certify that Chamberlain's Colic a snake a vegetarian? Does he eat (Seal) IL CLAY CRAWFORD. r}y

world there will be nothing like it Itching, blind bleeding or protrnd- the pores of the skin and by Its Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy cured fruits herbs, roots and the like? Some Secretary of State. }

-r0-e -. Tfhree,Mile. Over,Wat ,. Ing piles. Druggists refund 11 t antiseptic, rublfoclent and healing Influence my husband of a severe attack of Cuban say that he eats nothing but birds Insects
.money
At one point for almost three m1 ice I PAZO OIXTMENA fans It subdues Inflammation and diarrhoea, which he brought home and to forth. The Children's Favorite
to
cure
the line will ran entirely over I say cures !boils burns cuts eczema tet from Cuba. We had several doctors The Observer takes great pleasure

; water' Mr, Flakier remarked with a case. no matter of how long standingIn :. ter. ring worm and an skin disease I. but they did him no gooj. One bottle In patting the question and here Is For coughs, croup wboopjng cough: .. I
: 6 to 14 days. Firat''appllcatlot
,.- smile 'that travellers 'over this route A specific for blind bleeding and itching Iof this remedy cored him as our hoping that some one who knows will etc. One Minute Cough Cure Is th*
; would not be troubled with dust"a'b e gives feast and "rest. SOc. If you r and protruding pile The origin neighbors -will testify. I thank Cods answer promptly. children's favorite. That Is because*

Deepest' water to be bunt ovens twe u:: druggist hint it. send SOc in samtnpi! and genuine! 'Witch Haul Salve 1 for so valuable a mldkIDe.For sale The question In plain old North Carolina It contains no opiate U perfectly

,. 4, tyto twenty-five feet and It'will beforwarded, post-paid b j J made by E.C. DeWitt A Co.; and solibyv d by Red Crocs Pharmacy and an medicine English; is: "Do a snake eat harmless tsste good and cure*. Sold

'. t'\to so The'." charter- .. which. Mr,Flagler.ortg1con '. Paris Medicine Co, St.:Louis, Mo. the BUcayne: ,Drug Co.'- dealers._ grass?"Charlotte Observer by the Blscsya* Drug Co.4HENRY

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e +1d YOCUM-CARY NUPTIALS. !t. And so was formed the union that (r 11 a rapidly becoming very ser- ESSAYS Of LITTLE BOBBY. know he run this Iowa pretty alkk. r

I was continued until last week.It I 11 Probll a two-fold view point: (1) there U ao ertme here hardly! ft Just

Marriage of a Young Lady Well was in 1818 that Bernadotte as- population of the State POLICEMEN.pollceoiea think how near Chicago Is, ton t know a,

professions i Known InMiami, at Lake City. ended to the Swedish throne. He died penitentiaries and ti> the decreasing 1* men that ware brass our chef pritty well. A If 1 ever (tt '

In 1S4 and was succeeded by his son population in the cotton fields and on I I buttou* A blue coat A says Move on. In trnbbet he wont arrest me. will

f r Cart. who became Carl XVL At his he farms. :::"aw; and every: month thay go and tit you. cheef! <
: The Lake City correspondent of the I death in 1S-;:, there having been no A very: good plan to prevent and | ,hare pay at the city halL the first policeman wi Cain. b'took d
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Times-Union give tile following ac male descendant his brother the present handle the negro vagrant, but what when I tit big I think I will be a policeman his club and told Abel
to
P..ttereen Scf Erao'm.I ip. count of the marriage of Miss Georgia King Oscar II, assumed the crown. about the white vagrant! There are ; all you have to do if you areA on. and Abel said When, t tit teddy move

AT LAW. Louise Yocum to Mr. \Vm. Theodore The reigning monarch 01 Sweden housands of white men, not only In policeman i* to stand on the corner t
ATTORNEYS Cain cracked his skull and said The
Carr: In that city last Thursday and Oscar II, from whose rule Norway has t he South but throughout the coun- ,or' else help a pretty gnrl across the law
?, %mp rMCklet. aJlna.State ladraocnlMeUltMlllttMtor : which is of Interest to Miamlana from I just broken away Is, It will be observed try: who are not above the negro vagrant street, then when U is nlte you walk most be respeckted then Adam
va.mlnlmana pntootbifTlttec. came In and said, Whare Is Abet and
t load the fact that Miss Yocum a season or << a grandson of Napoleons old in anything but color. Right t along and try: all the doors on yourbeet Cain said 1 doant know, and when he
l'O.50x"?: Mlasal. Pla.T. two ago was one of the popular teach 'lar&haL here In Miami for instance there are and if a burglar shoots you la'he lied the
Lord took his 7
away star *
ers in the Miami public school and his white men, 1I'ho bate not earned an head when you are trying the door
'. UAtme JL D toM him to move on hisself. and Cain'kept
P. many friends here. WITH BULLET IN BRAIN. honest dollar in months and years, the paper will print your picker and : moving On till he died.-Milwaukee

d Offle with Bod Cn+>*araan 7.BMUOBM "Miss Georgia Louise Tocum and end there are some 11 ho are too trifiing say A nable hero who died doing his Sentinel
t4tll Streetcora Mr. Wm. Theodore Gary: members of to do ought but stand around the street Jut,..
rAft C of of the of Mrs. R. J. Rouse Ends H.r Life at
the class 97 University bnmuilcg
corner and saloons drink Sum times you git a chance to ar-
MIAMI, FLORIDA. Florida then the Agricultural College, Bonaventurt, Near Rockledg and seeking a loan Labor I. in demand rest a man that has jag and if he.has Miami I* rejoicing in her new char

D& J. M. JACKSOR, fiL, and coming from two of the oldest and at all times, but it would be an any nanny mayby he will give ter. It seems to be inch an Instrument rJ

beet-known families in the State, wh The Rockledge correspondent of the nsult> to offer one of them a Job. How you a nlse tip for taking calr of him. u the government of such a vigorous

OFFICE: have been prominent educationally, socially Times-Union gives the following account they live is a mystery though the but of course you cant keep the tip. young city a* Miami has shown"

SrttoTzL: BISCAYNK: BLOCLAY=. D and otherwise, were united in i I of the suicide of Mr*. R. J. most of them dress well and manage you give it back and sty No, I am herself to be shooU bare as a baala

Yom FLORIDA.fR.K&C marriage early this morning at the louse, at Bonaventure, near that. place \o keep abreast of hunger. nearly doing my- duty. Times-Union. *y

BATIK home of Miss Tocum'a parents, Dr. last Sunday morning: The idle negro I* a pest in the community when than 1* a grate crime and everybody

J and Mrs., William Flak Tocum. Mrs. R. J. Rouse the wife of Mr. R. ; the Idle white man U little want to find out about It One feature of Miami' new charter

- :. DENTIST. "Dr. Tocum. who for yean has been I J. Rouse, living Just this Ida of Boa better, and while passing a law to I they look !In the paper It see what the 1s the Initiative and referendum: Thi

.Offica: ia Seamll BoUdlac.oa Twelfth the revered Instructor of Latin. CreeK denture, about three mile south of affect one it should be so framed as police are doing. the police daunt always -. give the people control of all the local

Sinew and philosophy in our university, and Rockledge, committed suicide this to reach the other. Idleness without find the man but they offer a legislation. The Initiative and referendum

MIAMI. FLOIEDA.Htr.ATraso at one time ita honored president, BOlo morning; by shooting herself. Inflicting risible means of support gambling living big prlze and sum other people find I* a reform la legislation, which, .

'mnlzed the service. a wound In the temple and one In the off wives and laboring children, the man. and then every: one says It long la use la Switzerland U new at

lf. 1 Mrs. Ed Hayman rendered Men left side of the abdomen. and all other such methods Indulged in Is pretty hard to fool the pollee. least to the South la.thla country.TimecCnloa -

ATTORNEY AT LAW. delssohn'a exquisite Wedding Marchduring Her husband and Uttle son had Just hj\ able bodied men. irrespective of our chief I* the bet policeman 1 '

paetal: anonioa flvoa .. eonvtvaaeiac f-' the entrance of the bridal party walked out back of the place to get color, should not be tolerated and the

Bzaartaatioi Title*.. who, u the ritual was Impressivelyread a melon and when they came back sooner each state and the general government
4 Votary fnbUt U Oflco.O&eo .
U fewoU Bo 41a&. by Dr. Tocum. stood before a she was dead with a bullet hole in covers and enforces penalties Spec. Real Estate BargainsUNIMPROVED.

KLUU.J'LORIDA huge embankment of maidenhair fern, her temple and one In her lower aids for such conduct the sooner will country

evergreen and white waterlilllea. One of the weapon was a 32 an
D,* W.,8. ,QRAML1HQ 'Miss Uyra Flnler of this city and a 22 revolver. 40 acre pin and hammock en 10 lens. I year eM tree*. 1,000

8cROnON. Mr. Gary Alexander: of, Brooksvllle., "When found the body was reclining: DESIRABLE IMMIGRATION. Miami River ........ ....",100.DO tree, 100 bearing '.*........&..O(>>.
PKYMCIAX AND cousins of the groom and members of on a chair the head resting on the S gene, yr eM tree, 111/16
B'u. 10 acre .land ......... ;
Umra iN Miua TiurioKK, were ......S46OOO)
the dos of 05, respectively. window sill and she held one revolverIn 350 tree bearing ....... .....
t beat The railroad are doing all they canto S acre land ........ .......KOOM
Hoar from a. m.$0 4 P. m.' maid.of honor and man. her hand, while the other lay on y ten 2-raar.N trev :.....1\000.!
;'l Yuan. ,-, ., 'FLA.GTLLRSPIE .. ")(}as Yocum was exceedingly lovely the floor beside her. persuade Immigrants to go South 22 acre pin and prairie en froom II....., I ere .landt, 900

in white crepe de china and lace withtnlle "Mrs., Rouse was 30 years of ag Instead of West" says S. H. Hardwtck. railroad ......... ... .....fttOOAO banana. 200 icings trss..12gOGM J"F
ENLOE> ,Dent1s1omcz yen and orange blossom Her with one child living." general traffic manager of the Southern .

t bouquet consisted of'whit* carnations Railway. "But the'people of the
HOCtt: different State must Jo their, IMPROVED FARMS
sh
',,, .'. r.st.. and ferns. 8TRUCK BY LIGHTNING re. '
oma.. I"rteeeIlB.utiaL" A.M. IIIJ6 tan.. The marriage of these two wet They mint show a spirit of welcome, :O-&erea. 4-room boa... servant host*** 409 tm, ISO h'arl'f .*) reekS

_? aumuc----, and of hospitality to the people that road. M tI....................... .......... ...... ......HIIM,
" known people U a happy consummation Residence of John Muller Hit But n..
MIAMLFLOBIDA.fl. of a friendship formed during college we send them. It will not do to merely acre ef pin! and bamm ck. **t la tree, pineapple eta foe
Done.
w W. YAITUS, L D.,. days and u graduates 1m tDdata C Little Damage sell them a farm or to find them .land .*) time ............. ....... ................;. SlJOOtt.SS ."
sore. 10 wider e.Mvatlii .200 Team .
tree
employment on a farm or in the mill > bearing hen*
$taxriAjN. .t331Nt" same class. Many others of this One of the heavy bolt of lightning, They must be taken Into the community. eft rack read Mar R. R........... .... ...... ........... 44;
tunOmca, :' x.... tapo.t.tIt i...c were present to witness the ceremony accompanied by the cracking peals of The railroad, when SO acre .land, pin* and prairie, water front, 1,800 tIMe null
they land Immigrant .4boss.
Boan.sio4fJ.am and the occasion was quite pleasant thovum .
thunder and occurring during on Southern farms or la ., bargain ..................... ...... ............i1.100J1
BtraXA Tnr.... x ran: Both Mr. Guy and Miss 7 L heavy rain Tuesday morning.struck the
&IN. have bees prominent la our Stats educational roof pf the residence of Mr. and Mr. Southern town, have done all they

TOEH 8. YRZDWCL, circles. Mr. Gary being atone t John Muller a\ the corner of Avenue can. It 1* for the people of the South FZEl.EX1VS"D ,,
to do the rest If they show vE: :
CIVIL ENGINEERAND time a member of the faculty of t C and Tenth street Quite a row ot an Inhospitable
SURVEYOR. the Ocala high school and Miss To- shingles was knocked ,off but otherwise spirit by aggregating these 0.!, the best companies repreeate Hr are amt of <{ba.Liverpool. .

e.awry rakUe Ice ttat at I+ZTSt' "; J'arCIft1a cum who was instructor la botany at no damage resulted. new arrival from all Interest andparticipation London cI; Globe. Iisoraac (k. of North America. ""au
4iq J.egeMIVII. TneM. Shorter College Rome Ga.' for the Mr. Muller was getting dinner at the in the life of the community fond Orient. Xw York Underwriter, (Hartford) Hanover,Oenaaa Alllaa

FLORIDA.g -. put year, baa alec taught school to time but she felt no shock although the new arrivals will soon
Florida the ashes and soot were knocked oat tire, and (If they do not depart themselves JOS.:: i : :LO.ie
.i. I
will write letters home
BLJLICElCOKIf; "At present Mr. Gary bolds the position of the store. Immediately following which F

of cashlef la the Chamblisi I the rain Mr. Muller set about repairing will surely prevent any more of their Real :E1state Agenoy

REAL ESTATE. Banking Company,la Ocala, the president the damage and ,within. 'aa hour or people from following them. So U 1,
CHANT LAMB COMPAH> 1* the utmost necessity that the -
Aourr PutnNC I people
of this institution sending the two had the roof u good as sere
NOTARY AT rcBUcCTATK LAKUKHITLER. bride, aa a token of, their esteem for Several of .the bolts struck' .la the takecare of the Immigrant after we I .

FLORIDA. him, a very handsome plush case, containing vicinity of Miami! but ff any damage bring hem Into their midst."-Railway FREDK. S. MORSE,
World. ,
two t..entTand one tend ol. was done to property It hu not been
H. BRA/WING' lar There I* no question but that every '
gold pieces. learned. The Western Union wires
1 ,AIInrJ" ..-. "Both young people have many, took up a number of electric currents State in the South needs Immigration i REAL ESTATE f

r>j-tf AHata to Cokctfaa. feforwc: friends throughout the State and elsewhere and carried them Into the office where and but no State U willing to pick n? any t]

? We c..tJ Still'" who will be pleased to k>; ow. 01 the Instrument popped like pistol every kind of a foreigner and bid
their him welcome. The South want Imml- Offices op stairs Cor. Av..C sod 12 th Si.
happiness."A but fortunately none of them
were
.a.
IWest Palm Beach, ::. FioredLYast8A1ItDU3 I grant that will be
credit
a
number of friends and an Interest -
were present burned out or Injured. Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
at the marriage, and Immediately following to It; not the ritf-rail of the
the ceremony world that will not work or aid progress t4
a wedding breakfast New Suit Filed..
.F ATTORNEY AND of three courses was served. )(r. The following suits were filed this ,and development Let the railroads AGENT OR LANDS OF 5-
COUNSELOR AT LAW. be careful In the selection of the
and Mrs. leaving
,, Gary on the early
la the clerk's
morning office
county Florida East Coast Co.
<3o BMmal and Baal Irtata Law. Meet lot train,for their future home la Ocala." people they bring to the South and Railway
', FiooUtT tad Ooroait Co.BIIiuX4. County Court Miami Cycle and the South will welcome them. Otherwise Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
Omen u Wanox )tuck. Lack Boa a Manufacturing Co.,-is M. 7. McDonald,
v MIAMI. FLORIDA. HOUSE, OP BERNADOTTC. assumpsit damages $350. baa enough they had better be kept out. She Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land CoNow
paupers and Idlers of herown
Chancery Court -- 6ide Bethel vi..
MITCHELL PRICE,. without the Importation of other .
-' Something About Norway and Sweden Henry Bethel and Mary C.nffln versus *.

Attorney at .Law: and Solicitor Their Ruler, and Union. Aaron OrI! n. petitions for divorce.
Common Law C. B. Rogers Co.
is the Time
Klag
: in Chancery. Alfonso ha Jlscovered that
;j vs. J. P. Panlsen and C. Eskllsoa surviving ParIs anarchist
regard It
ofleSMtbensldc. Mtua.ru Editor ,Metropolis: Since the severance partner, auumpalt.amacH. the "always
open season for
of the union between Norway and $!,.IOO.K. royalty:

W. C. MAYNARD, Sweden I have' endeavored to find la D. Price 1* plaintiff" attorney -- To Plant.Orange Trees '

k some of'the papers something about In all four of the above suit LOW RATES, via

the House of Bernadotte. that rulesthese and Fruit
Louisville & Nashville. R. R. Grape
countries, and the history that TO PREVENT IDLENESS. .
led up to the union but have f flaw Th foUowiav low rowed tip! rat** fro.
JackMMTillo to Tanoai pnaw Nona< a4 wit Aso Rose Bushes (for Winter Booming
Can you enlighten me? Prot 'W.H.Connclll.: president of the wlU b* ia affect. daUa ......... Proporttloutclr ,
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.ft CITIZEN mechanical and technical school for law raua fro.abet. XT.poiala.LOtmmLX. And all other ornamental trees and shrubs *

,art Perfect a great fitting oomfert., easy With muring our extea-- negroes at Normal Aka, la 1.1: 'interTleW' Rate IU..X _.t U.I.... Coafrdrret Please call or write for descriptive catalogue and otherinformation.
The House of Bernadotte published la the Vrtrrma 1t..i.J..llte1S, lac. 1I'ttJII.1!
.!T e appantuf ao4 wp experience was founded Quttaaooga li tUalrHX, .
?.. 'there BO KHCM work., Price rea, by Gen. Jean Baptlste Bernadotte,, Times suggests that If clUes and 1'OaTLIlD.02tDOt
:t.SOD able. We repair Watches, Clock*. a Marshal of Napoleon. Charles Xin. town enforce rigid anti-vagrancy: law Rita ttOM.ACco..' Loala dr garb Cratraalaal .
....... ....
'Jewerly and Spectacle A portion of CipoaiUnaj.! T. crrtiia 4am. GRIPPING BROS GO
1 Tcur trade. eked for. Located on ,A,., King-of Sweden, was without an heir, the demand for laborers In the South May tied t* Sept.3e.Seat mara bmiteo"'y.
,t, no* D between 12tb and Utb 8U. and the Swedish Diet provided a successor would be very much lea eerlo tea Trsmtea ad Les ........ Cal.tatetnJn. .

A !W. C. MAYNARD, ,by electing Bernadotte Crown I There o.nght to be stringent regulations. to Aarw. ticket 141 k wad inc. crtai final t.I..lt"date. April10tk POMONA NURSERIES

t ; Jevdoria ffrtduto OMidaaPATENTS Prince. Bernadotte accepted the ti Prof. Councl11.thInb.. to prevent day ln>m date of eel.,act to rscard Noir 1 JOt_.
'" 9XXTKX. COLOBAOO Main office Nursery Office ;4r
;r I became a protestant changed hIt I negroes from flocking into the Bata 415. accoaat lawraatiuaal
.. Epworta Cor. Ave Gaud 12th St. np *Ura. Little River FU
dUes and .. .* Ca.ee .. Tickrta o4d Jaaa f> to -3
Charles town
name to John without
I and began to I having son Jaly ana.lac fiul rrtura limit Aag.tthBtTTTALO.
:* : exercise:: the. function of Crown visible means of support and trusting V..T,
Rate HM, account aaaaal I lain
solely to their awcllar Grand
Prince. Napoleon endeavored to enlist wit to procure live
Lnt(*B. P- O. C. Tkk.i. wed Jets Wh to M,
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4". '' i the support of Sweden 19 his designs hoods. The great majority of these ne- '. 1_. Seal M... limit JalT J5.h.
t1ou/N/.M 6 r nc RCTVRNeD. Toaosra OAXADA
ILA, a teaaraaetwta.O.rdlttYelaaatrllt against England. The new groe become Idler*, shiftless and Rat In.>>. account lateraatioaat Epworth
..-...at.1......MMe.r+ni.. LeagueGoeventiae. Tickets
criminal Mild Jin 19th
.....-W Gee leemar.Netwar : Crown Prince not only resisted.Napo and many of them find their lord Inc-JBaal return limit Airn.t 25th. to D'.E-.K.A.1WJ: : :
mr ( .. leon's efforts, but took exception, toNapoleon' way to the penitentiary, whereas they SA&HTIU.I.RK -
r.em dtmr/ +ew R .aIF Rat tUJS!, aecont ...._. Coli..... S..,
r.c.a.d aSU.fa Tea.a-a".- blockade of Europe because might be made valuable citizens on the nr Sckool; VawtorbiU Babllcal ln.Uttu.
; : he asserted Sweden' commerce farm or in the workshop The fact Tickrta cold ccnai date. .I... lUJ>ly4tk,
.
--R iaa limit September3Mb.XXOXTOLK.
was injured. So the former comrade that the penitentiary roll of the TZinr. I c

became enemies and Sweden Joined Southern States show such a disproportionate Rat. ttkAS Tickrta, accoant aold certaia summer data School*. Jew of Nth the I ISuall& I Is rapidly going to the front as''the'leading

D-SWIFT&(2-( the foe of France. In the battle oxLelpsic preponderance of black to Jalr Uthc"Baal ratara limit Sept 30th. : city in South Florida. Everybody
the Crown Prince contributed over white*-nine-tenth* of the COli.netl BU8TOL. TZ5H. I
Rain $lt accoaat annul mrrtlnf Ormaa I is Miami. Now is the time
goinA'to to
greatly to the victory of the allies. being lent up from cities and Baptist Rrnbrra tickets aold May Oth to I
.
In the treaty of Kiel la 1814 Charles I towns-bean out Prof Council viestlastt 1.1.iec.Fal.ilinfunutu.clad.k.andrate.ro Seal limit I secure a choice location either for busi-

John (Bernadotte; ) .backed by A very emphatically and it would seem pei.t.TunborWeet.callnoor.ruGx0. I y
KILLTHa COUCH I E. HERRI-JO. II IIaay I IFl. ness or residence. Choice locations in
forecd Denmark to give np Norway; ought to'furnish our law-maker with .. P.... At..L. N.. R R. I
fife: CURE'THI LUNCSWITB which had been under Danish control a clue at least to a partial solution of SH W. Bay Slrrrt, Jackaoarille. Florida : the city for sale by : : J : : ,: : ,

since 1536 and with a Swedish army I !

<< Dr. King's.New. he Invaded Norway to force lumDderto Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGroove's :
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the Swedish throne. That was FORT DALLAS.LAND CO.

Discovery thought, be an' easy matter, as Norway :
was then a pauperized country: ; | OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO3QOOOOOOOOOOOOCall > > ),

PrIce and could expect help from no other .

t,. FOR aISV.mOI SOe UI.00, Nation. But the people, with'a belle I on
FI'H TriaL I In thlelr rights, made JOIN a.: %UZ.Y.. T.S. Zw'GI'AYZA: :.
a stronger resist; Tasteless Chill Tonic
8nreet and QIUCk.Nt CUre forThROAT all ance'-than' had been expected. Th Agent, Fort Vk e.Pres., Fort Dallas
; and LUNG TROUBLES Crown Prince Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla. Land Co., St. Augustine Fla'Guocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo1
was forced to the conclusion
or MONET BACX. I 'that it would be better to forma No-Core-No-Pay. so cents. 'jr jt ,

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F Item Personal, l and Otherwise From Within the last "eek two Jackson,-1 Can the State Grant a Conditional Saturday and Monday ..
This Thriving Town. the
of
vine policemen sworn officers 'i Pardon to be Argued.
law have had desperate and deadly:
Boynton June :0. encounters with arniel neBroes.whom I
A. V. Long of Starke. a member: of
of Miss Cane One of I
The many friend they had placed under arrest
will be pleased to learn she will return them escaped uninjured and succeededIn I the law firm of Long & Fielding appeared

}t' as teacher here for the coming fatally wounding his assailant In a. before Judge Call In the Circuit : -
June 24 and 26
school year gun duel. while the other was shot Court \esterdaX and filed a moW
W O. Mayberry and wife were In down at his call box by a ruffian ,.
of habeas in
tion for a wlrt corpus *
# Delray on legal business Tuesday. also "toied" a gun and knew how
the case of the State of Florida vs.
They have disposed of their property use ItThese
F" here and mill move to Daytona in the are but two Instances of arm Edward Alvarez of Bradford county
near future. ed negroes in one community. How who Is In Jail at Starke on a charge Will be
e Postmaster Harper's' daughter and many more are equipped with Instruments of having violated the conditions of a Bargain Days

l 'children, of Miami, have been' spending !: of death no one,knows, bin the pardon granted him by the State
the past week with her relative fact must remain undented that there Board of Pardons says the Times- I
laere. are negroes daily upon the streets of: Cnlon.
ii
B. L. Kapp and Cullen Pence made every city In the State with weapons I It appears that about ten years ago .
fs a business :trip to Palm Beach Sat In their pockets or upon their person. Alvarez was convicted of the murder I ... AT s

ii urday. The fact Is also undeniable that they of one Sam Milliard, In Bradford county -
Hiss Florence Palmer spent Sunday I carry such weapons for, and with the and was sentenced to the State
la West Palm Beach the guest of I intention of using them, and they prison for a term of ninety-nine years.

friends care not upon whom though white persOna After serving something more than Sewell Bros' Store
l Craig TJtUejohn and Frank Webber are usually their victims. Ave years he was released,from custody Big
left for their homes lathe East Friday The Metropolis has frequently contended by the State Board of Pardons N
They win return'in tune to path against the carrying of concealed which Is said to have granted him a

a tomato crop In the fall. weapons and for the punish conditional pardon based upon his
3lm Harper. Sr. U risitlng relatives ment of all persons so detected. The good behavior. We are :soon going to commence the work of en-
kere., i crime of carrying a concealed weapon Last week he was arrested on a petty -
Perry Mark and family leave Friday can be considered next akin to charge of using profane language larging our store and must have more room while this is

ereslng forPort Huron Mich, via murder for the man who goes about and ,drunkenness. At tie request of
Our
going on. stock on hand must be reduced. In orderto
p New York. Mrs. Benson Lyman of In a civilized community'with a gun certain citizens it Is said he Is being

Lantana win accompany them. I IB his pockets does so with a'murderous held for a violation of the conditionsof do this we are going to make it decidely interesting in '
: Intent Murder Is In his heart and his pardon.

DELRAY DOTS. : ,mind and he will commit it if molested. It Is contended that the State Boardof the bargain line for those who visit our store these two..
He cares not whom his victim Pardons had no authority to grant
Scrape. and Gun Play Afforded Interferes may be. a conditional pardon and that he is days. People who have attended our sales in the past J.

: and Excitement. Of negroes U this especially true. being Illegally deprived of his liberty the of the
appreciate genuiness bargains we fail to
; 'Records bear out the fact and the hence the habeas corpus proceedings.As never

Win. Newman of, West Bay City.1 time Is present when more stringent Judge Wills of the Eighth Judicial offer; those who have not should come and be convinced
measures must be adopted to break up Circuit Is disqualified in the cue I
Much. who baa been spending the winter
here,"left for home Sunday erenlng.W. the lawless and dangerous habit Officers the application was made to Judge Below. is a partial list of the good things waiting for you.
*
.W,Blackmer returned home from In the discharge of their duty Call of the Fourth Judicial Circuit yes ,
JacksoaTlIle Sunday morning. and In arresting negroes should bear terday. The writ was granted and

F. C. sPrin tt..or FaIrport, N.Y.: In mind the'fact that they are liableto made returnable before Judge Call on
who has-been here for the past.two be armed and take no chances with Friday June 30. In the meantime an ?
Shoes
weeks" teacbigthe engineer of the them. They should be prepared for effort will be made to secure the release Clothing tF

canning factory. to manipulate and run an emergency and should promptly of Alveres from custody on tFF
one of the machines from the factory search every one they arrest' before bond pending the hearing of the writ
be left for home Monday. proceeding< with, them to the Jail 25 ball black kid
K represents pair oxfords I AK 52 men's suits. mixed _'
Wednesday evening there -was a Had the brave Jacksonville policeman President Woodrow Wilson of were 2.50 for . . . I .*r J patterns 6 55
12,50 for . .
.
were . .
'# crap and a UW..cuu play ,bet..eenWID who 1s now In,the hospital at death'sdoor Princeton University: a distinguished .
.Cook, the barber at the Chapman done this the facts In the case American scholar and thinker In the 20 pair ball black kid oxfords. I
Nick Wilson,both would probably have been different course of some remarks on "College I. 15 38 men's suits mixed patterns,
House, and one were 2.00 for . . . 9 90
colored. 'The only damage is an empty but he dldnX and his life may be the English" has this to say regarding to were 15 and $1650 for. : .
: barber,:.ahop u the last seen of penalty. Newspaper Engl sh." "1t Is the fashIon 46 pair Laird Schober white linen O AK

Cook be.was going up the, railroad 'There Is entirely too much gun play among a certain class to rather oxfords were 5.00 for. . . .*KJ 27 men's suits mixed\ patterns. "
track af 1:40 : throughout the State and not only are sneer at what they are pleased to call 115
a gaitA. ,
were 20.00for. . . . },
'
K.McMunen. of the Consolidated the lives of the sheriffs and police in 'Newspaper English. These gentlemen 21 pair Laird Schober white linen 3 65 I

I'ndtCompaJlT.: spent',Wednesday' la danger from It, but the satety of every should look at home before committing buck oxfords were $8 for. . t r
,. town. law abiding citizen is imperiled. Something themselves; and remedy their 30 boys'wash suits, were 2.00
I.I 45
.1'.,W.ckapnwa.t ok" Cornelius Chris- must be done to break 'np thedangerous own shortcomings and their laboriously 75 pair children's shoes were 50G and 2.50 for . . . .
t1u r. of the C. W. Bartleson Co. up habit even if' it becomes correct style of writing. I think the 1.00,125 and 1.50 at . . .
h to West Palm Beach Wednesday via necessary to search every person upon English used In newspaper' articlesIs 52 pair men's pants were 250 I CC

c, the'overland nonce,: / i whom there may be a suspicion of being remarkably good. It Is generally! 60 pair mxfends's white canvas bass I I 85 for...._ .- ,_.._ I. KJ
Mrs. H. 3. Sterling and daughter. Illegally armed. Human life Is too terse and clear and right to the point and o. slightly soiled,350 at
Ethel spent Thursday In West Palm 'precious to be Ind"' ,out by some and tells In a simple way exactly what
Beach:: outlaw,who parades in the community the writer wants to say. It is most 26 pair N. & BI:, W. for.,3 90 83 pair men's pants were 1.75 I I.oo ai

Mrs. W.' F. Chapman spent Wed with a death dealing instrument in surprising to me to understand how Elk sole were 7.00 and 2.00 for .
his pocket the reporters, writing as they do so
in West Palm Beach bustDeIa.
aeeday on -
: 76 men's and
k pair boys' shoes broken lots
hurriedly and under such a great pressure
.
h- M. K., Lyman Is building' a It small MINISTERS OF DAYTONA,, are able to write so well.. I can and samples good as new at half price. ,
hardly comprehend it None need be

l cottage.cottage.Mr. ceo Scammell.la putting' np a Take'a Firm Stand on the Divorce afraid English of by spoiling reading their newspapers.taste for good The 150 Caps 75 Gts. to

M.K Lyman has'sold his house and Evil. articles are almost always delightfully I
lot to E.A Weetbnry.Geo.NLymaa"has tree from stiltedness and trite Sox

: bought'several cars The following resolutions have been J conventionality, which Is more (ban 1.50 values for 38GI

-pineapples the?put,week for his adopted by the ministers of Daytona: can be said of the average collegian's

.firm la Columbus,.'.' "The ministers of the churches of effusion. 175 pair fancy sox, were 35c

k W. W. Blackmer. went,to Jacksonville the city of Daytona' hereby give publicnotice Oliver and Drew Clifton Bring on for . . . . . . IScShirts I
Thursday night on business.Miss that they will not solemnizethe .
Bernice Strahan.of West Palm ,marriage of any person who hasa Spruce Creek, about five miles north 105 pair of fancy sox were 75c

r- .Beach. 1s Visiting In town, this week. husband or wife living except In of town planted, three and a half tol50for. . . . . .45G' ,r
3.', Mortimer.Smith. of the LoJden- the case of the Inoncent party whosehusband acres In tomatoes-Oliver planted one 200 M ens
and a half and Drew two acrea-thl.
Campbell Smith Music House, of or wife has been divorcedfor
K j Jacksonville was la town Friday. adultery.. season. They have already shipped
3.'D.'Seruu; of Jacksonville, was over SOO crates together and are still
'We. the'undersigned ministers. of hipping. For 230 crates Oliver averaged .
la town Friday on business.A. .
,launch party came*;down from Daytona the flew with sorrow and deep' '11.50 per crate net. while Straw Hats for
regret widespread tendency to
Ira West ,Palm.Beach Sunday: eveningand desecrate the Sabbath Drew only received a little over $1.00 n
: day through per crate net for his. This Is their
church
attended, Among the '
party
excursions, pleasure seeking and trad- 106 shirts 2.00,250
first exeprience In growing tomatoes were
were'the ]d. K. Church choir of West I 00'
palm Beach,'which renlered some very lug. We call upon you the membersof this. far up the State and they.. well and 3.00 for . . . . .
r our respective churches not only satisfied with the result The tomatoes '
ine selections ID a able"lI1&DJIer. '
very to refrain,from In countenancing 95 shirts, were 1.25 Half Price
Y' The party was made np of Dr. W.BroadweU. ,any way will be off In another week and .I .85c .
.:# ., wife and daughter. Miss !this desecration but to actively they can raise a crop of tweet potatoenon for . . . . . .
Elsie/MlueI"Ada and Berth Conk. : Interpose your Influence In securing the same ground before It Is time 11

tt 'Un. Messrs. C.'N.' CaHey, N.,B, Stra- a reverent observation of the to plant another crop of tomatoes.. =- -- ta

,ban,N:;:3. Strahan;?G.F. Strahan.Barry sacred day. .. New Smyrna Breeze. .
Bolts. .G. A..Potts and Earl Hen C. W. Arnold. Byron E. Marsh Ad- -
-drickson.., dyman Smith. C. M. Bingham, Sri The ministers of Daytona have To Each
Harry Scruggs of Miami spent 3. E. Mlckler John B Tows Thomas pledged themselves not to marry divorced Lady
V. Shoemaker." -. where
Sunday in town.1ooklDi after Us pine- persons except the innocent -
apple crop of which W. F, Chapman party whose husband or wife
has charge. 'W! fie here Mr.'Chapman There is quite an argument and has been divorced for adultery :Now ,
closed deal,with him for his land question oa la Miami, whether mos- if the courts will refuse to grant divorces ..
4 'to a'party In New York City. eta. very, quitoes fly against or with the wind. for every trivial cause or family making a purchase of 2.50 or more we will give
good Price: Some 'cont'nd they do; others that disagreement the State will be free of of CHILDRENS
charge one pair Shoes
x Temple Burton was In West Palm they don't. Can someone settle this better off and the, laws of Cod and
'Beach Saturday. question? man supported Instead of desecrated

:John ZW spent Tuesday{'la 'West j .
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Palm Beach. To Each Gentleman

'p< to Y.West W Chapman Palm Beach took Tuesday.Geo. B. Pltzer' Contractors*o Property Owners\ !

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W. ,J.:Green and' son. Irwin were 1 .

sc b la West Palm Beach Wednesday.M. 'If you don't want to SAVE MONEY, making a purchase of 2.50 or more we will give
K. Lyman is building a new cot we can't help If do to
: you. you come,
: age and baa.the frame" up.ready for FREE of chafge one Straw Hat ::: ;:::

the sheeting. The A
Co.
L H.Burton made a business trip McDonald


to Alfred:Miami'Tuesday.ewlander. M. 8., A enette. And 'Buy Your Building Material Saturday and Monday June: 24 and 26

of,St. Augustine, were la town Tuesday .. ,
Inspecting the drainage canal .
K P west of town. Long Leaf Yellow Pine and. Cypress

. s of all kinds
11 hays. the matter 'with the mer- .. %
Scwell & Brother
chants of Miami closing their places John B
We also sell Lime Brick kinds Cement Sash
of business on the Fourth of July and, ((4 ), Doors
,firing their clerks a mach needed holIday Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires -

*' Tampa. an 1 a number of Florida at lowest possible figure.
title are going to celebrate the-day I 304 and 306 Twelfth Street Miami Fla.i w
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k-thla manner. I[You Know Where We Are. 14th Street. Miami. Ffa.: ;

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