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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: July 7, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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regular
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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: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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'ESTATE TAX DRAINAGE ASSESSMENr-i-GROUNDLESS- RUMORS AFLOAT !. HOW THE NOTION'S BIRTHDAY I





w HARD ON MANY PROPERTY OWNERS IN THE DAVIS MURDER CASE' RECEIVED ITS FIRST CELEBRATION



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[ The Fee of Five Cents per Acre Will Cause Taxes to Be Three tot
I IJen'lopn'l'nts.
Nearly two weeks hire now elapsed who are simply held to await further 1
and fireworks, parades and the bonfires In the
Five Hundred Per Cent Greater Than Heretofore. since the horrible murder of (X E. Sheriff Frohock" Is still streets and the '
at work on thS case and believes hat I display, and even liquor set their fire works set off.
-, Davis and his daughter;Elsie, and as However the national d
,,: he will ultimately succeed in capturing marks upon the anniversary of thenation' Independence
FRACTURED HIS ARM yet or so far as the public bo..the I was first celebrated July* !. ITTf A
the guilty party or parties Ilej I II. birth while the nation .was 4
I:I MUCH LAND IS'WRONGLY murderer or murderers. hare not been Is divulging none of his plans, to the : i, four days after the signing of the dec- .-, .
still very young and the Tory was yet
Claude Beldler. Well Known Athlete, .
taraiion according to Marshall
011 a
apprehended, though there are many public but those mho know him and : .
E INCLUDED Suffers Painful Accident abroad in the land. A picturesque warm sunshine morning" In the yard
rumors in circulation some of themto his methods are content: to leave the 911
1 nil In his hands i| description of the first annual cele- of the Statehouse Cat PhUaJflpaia).
Clause Beldler. the welt known athlete the effect that the assassin has I "where In the presence at a great ana
P The coroner's jurr'met again this bra lon of the nation's birthday. 1777.hfn y
SCM of B Betofl! t High Kta land Not VeJ- wrestler and enthusiastic fire been taken and carried to another (im.rnlng course of pecpl-s. the Declarationof
I anj examine several witnesses the United Slates was a year
: Is now carrying his left arm in and confined. Others Independence read Join
| .tag or Belna Benefttted Lr'Drainage.K man. county assert I summoned before It with the was by
old is that by John Adams a I lot.cr
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land Owners are Cwnplatolnoof splints and bandages as the result ofa that the murderer has maJe a toll i j I belief that some light mould be shed I Nixon. The company declared heir
Many fall fall harJer to his daughter, from Phlladelphli"Tuoday their
morning approbation
Tuesday I by repeated huuaa.. ,
confession of the crime, and so on. on the mystery, but It Is said that lIttic {t
K the Assessment than he ever got on thg mat. Mr. of Importance was learned. being the! anniversary of The King's arms were taken down lathe *.*
any
Beldler had gone to the roof of the These rumors and statements are I This and the above are the true American Independence." he says court: room after' which w* vent t

nfemen'i hall on Arenne D to raise without foundation. There hare been me celebrated here with a festivityand to the commons: where the same was
Et' thecreatinnofIand drainage disRf conditions and facts In the case, all
Old Glory to flaunt In the breeze. no arrests other than the two negroes rumors of arrests, confessions, ceremony! befitting the occasion. proclaimed at each of the fittt battalion
acts throughout the State of Florid : ete"nO"l'lthstandlnc.
,Ida the hue Legislature and the Somehow he lost his balance and now In the county jail In this cftJ',1 1 went on board the Delaware with *. Fine starlight, pleasant resing.

by i fell on the galvanized awning in front '- the President, and several of the marine I There were bonfir. ringing .
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.therto of five cents for each I
ftaxlng, of the station .rolling from there to ---------_ -- -- -_ --.--- committee: soon after which we bells and other demonstrations of
EJT and acre of land within the
every the pavement below and,striking on were saluted with a discharge: of thirteen joy."
aald districts subject tti drainage orceousidered He Made Errbr His Bid *
his left side. an in guns, which was followed by One day later July !. the declaration
Sf by the drainage com.t
so He was picked np In a dazed and thirteen others from each of the armed was celebrated In New* York IDa n

iii> ation mission_ go the 10 proceeds the State from drainage which fund tarfe \nj red condition and carried to the and Wants to Change His. Figures vessels on the river. The shores manner directed by Washington.

office of Dr. Jackson where the wound were all lined with a vast-concourse After each recurring July 4th war
r and not to the counties in which the
,f', was dressed the injury consisting: of of people all shouting and hurraing. observed by the army In 4777 it was .
fc land so taxed Is located will, it Is be- I
' :' a dislocation of'the elbow Joints and After the presidential party bad I celebrated by n fen Je Jole" volley,.)
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effect
Hered. hare a demoralizing npi -
+'a: a light fracture to one of the bones. come ashore there foliowe4'accordlog and every soldier was' given an extra
many of the alrger"property own-
on Despite the pain suffered and loss of At the meeting of the Dade County This has placed the superintendentla to )Ir. Adams' letter, a "good gill of rum. In ITlhtb. day brought
$
of each and district as they
en '
Js' every use'of that member. Mr. Beldler participated School: Board Monday morning sealed a predicament and the only logs dinner and good eh Pr." And here Joy to wrongdoers In the army. All
be themBf
amount of taxes to paid by
'wfll be' increased from.three to fire In the firemen events of the bids were opened for the building cal conclusion that be can arrive at. was fine music from the band of Hessians prisoners under sentence of jeata

morning. on account of Mr. Munro. not having I taken at Trenton and eontln were granted pardons by Washington "
Pf hundred per cent or more. For ininstance of an addition to the Miami scnool
up a forfeit to bind his contract Is tocancel sal rollers between every tout froma and released from confinement:
a person who heretofore paid There but bidden
building. were two
FOURTH CASUALTIES the same la which event the company of soldiers drawn np InSecond iSTHIRTY.
i JULY
|6taxes, must this year pay from J. R. Scott In the sum of $!.OS6. board will be bound legally and mor I' street. Then came a parade .FIVE DEAD
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E&*'-$11 ot $:o. and Edgar Mnnro for $1.179, ant the. ally to rive the work to Mr. Scott, I of the companies and regiments. Of PL Worth. Tex. July 6.,- The laU
ot Increase of ,
The amount course Chicago. July 6. The Tribune'sfigures
'. latter was given: the contractNow : who .eves the next lowest and only the evening celebration he writes: "II est reports from Montague county
K* wlH be equally heavy upon all prop- of Fourth of July casualties
It appears that Mr.Uunro made other bidder.Mr. I was out walking about the streets fora give the number of dead from the ton
Ilk1 in proportion: to their show that
owners In the United States
an error In his estimate by not .fig: Hall does not feel that It would little fresh air and exercise and was : nado as thirty-fire
Bs_ holdings. .though the large owners will 69 persons were killed and 2469 were .
raring on time and some other material be right to allow Mr. Mnnro to revise I surprised to find that the whole city The,tornado started tour miles
steel the (1'1.the greatest? an instance Injured as direct results ot the days west ti
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and he has apprIsed'Supertntend.eat his
tV bid but before any action Is tak had lighted 'p their candles at the of Nocona and moved la a southeast'
of this the of the Southern
being case celebration'use of fireworks, etc. This I
Hall that he can not erect the en he will communicate: with Mr. W. windows. I think It was the most erly direction through a thickly -settled
fe'States: Timber
Land and Company. couaIdt'rably'laatJear'1 total
exceed. addition for the sum he named and M. Durdlne, chairman of the board splendid illumination I ever saw."
Bf:one of the largest owners of land in tornumbers killed and wounded on farming community covering a
either rants to be relieved of the con- who left the city yesterday morning And again: "I had forgot the ringing distance of fifteen miles. Heavy rasa
nCthisdistrict;: whose taxer will be Inm the date.BALTIMORE.
same
creased from 15,000 to 30000. Num- tract or be allowed to revise his bid.! f"r advice In the premises. of the belle all day and evening and and hail accompanied the. storm. f4ls

R:*' and .
erons other concernscorporaUons -- -- .
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F.7.b.\tnJuab' be/&imllarly effected. .
ExWere the taxation confined: to thoseMksuds AND VICINITY NASHVILLE HAS HER THIRD -


E *;which actually could: be in enhanced need of drainage In-value and by HEAVILY DAMAGED DIG FIRE INSIDE OF

Efcthe same the tai:' yould not be so .

K heavy or objectionable but the list I DY FLOODS TEN DAYS

KF shows that there are'thousands of acRf.res ". '
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of (land upon which the tax has
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!> been,placed'that are not in need ofKa :
Baltimore, JulyC. Flood last night Nashville Tenn., July 6. For the
drainage, in fact, there is a good por
r caused a damage of $50.000 in the city third time In ten days a disastrous
[L tion ot the property effected in Dade
and a considerable loss in the conn- fire visited this city early today destroying
Incounty,that Is high ridge- lane(while
try surrounding. No lives were lost : the wholesale grocery of
IF other lands if drained, would not be
l In the dty. Phillips, Webb & Co., and causinga The Blue'
Royal
tUable or productive.Kf .
North of the city the farms and loss 'of $135.000, which lortnnately I .
The map of the drainage district in tf
crops are submerged.and cattlejiomes: was fully covered by Insurancee.Several
[l -whlch.Dade county: is placed also
The
aD.l1l'agon. were carried away. adjoining firms sustained
Ife 'shows that ,the same conditions preUr ,
farmers were compelted: to tee for damage by water.One fireman was .
TaU In other counties.: Included In It, ; '
l&and : their lives. No loss of life is reported. Inured by falling down an elevator '
'already complaints: have been reLcelred .
shaft and will probably die. The
of what appears an injustice '
7 EXTENSION TOWNS cause of the fire Is unknown, but In.
both in the amount of tax levy and $3.5O5hoefrMen
K"certain land affected. cendiarism is suspected.

George Rogers the fireman injured ,
i : ,JeBneJ -
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district as by the LeaKflslarnra Will Have Mail Delivered and Collected '
[ la the tire \hll morning died todayat
and forwarded to Tax: AssesBw'aor'BntlerJiegins by Railroad.On ,
= at the Intersection of noon.

K ,the township line_between townships I

K',JZ and 23 south with the range line and after the 17th the mall be- BUENA VISTA NOTES iI I i "

K.dividing ranges sand 27 east, and tween-this city and Homestead the '

Bpcxtends east along aid township liaa4lothe present southernmost terminus of' the What is Going On With Our Nearestneighbors. The. equal of most 5.00shoes now on the

waters of the Atlantic Ocean. F. E. C. R'y. will be carried back and ,

."'Then south along the coast of the At- forth by train. There will be no mall
market. The best in the world for the
K 'lantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico I agent on the route the pooches being The Buena Vista correspondent: ,of price,

K thence along the coast.Bne of the Gulf'Hfcof I collected and left at the different stations the Times-Union under date of the

Mexico to, the point where the by the baggage master of the 4th. says: $3.50. Just try a pair and be convinced. ..

R"range Brae between ranges 27 and 27 la train, who will hare It in charge daring Mn and Mrs. O'Neil hare moved In-

Intersect with the coast line of the said transit. Heretofore the man over to their pretty cottage on Biscayne

fc- ;Calf of Mexico thence north along the this route has been carried under contract Avenue.

K*, 'said range line to Its Intersection with by Indl 1duals. Mrs. R. B. Fickle and little daughter

V 'the township line between townships There are 'six postofflces on this left last week for a visit to relatives -

m&\48 and ct, thence east along said township route they coming la the following order la Gainesville

". line .to where it Intersects with from,Miami: CocoanutGrore.Lar- Miss Margaret Merrill and Mr. and Thcvmakeyoureet6lad

Kthe range line between ranges 27 and kins. Cutler. Perrine Black Polntand Mrs. Alex Conrad report a delightful

fe. 21 ..ad thence"lIorth along said range Homestead., By the railroad handling time at Indian Springs, Ca. .

B fiaa to Its Intersection with the townEjsltfilp the man the residents of these places The handsome residence of Mr-Al

line between townships and win receive much quicker and better len on the bay front la nearing com b\ (

B U. t othe Ont'or beginning. .etyice, : pletion. .

P,4-' The route or territory included la s The foundation of the McLoaigle .

tr:tie district is more intelligently deflnRr5 TEACHERS TALK SHOP home Is being laid. 1;

',adjas beginning 'at'a' point'in 'Polka Mr. Alderman, ot Little River, win '

eosnty near..Avon Park and extendBy more his family this week into the .

f''lac east through the new county'or Asbnry Park. July 6.-Th. national house of Joseph Santlni just completed SEWELL'St.

K ,SL Lade to hte Atlantic Ocean sad educational association in annual session .

It', 'then following the coast around by the today bad another busy day of It The addition to the Courier BOOM .

L gulf of Mexico to a point near CaxK Even the attractions of the surf were Is well under way and win greatly .

.ambas; Pass In Lee county then east not sufficient to lure many of the enlarge the hotel capacity.

K ito Old Fort Foster and north again to teachers and an of the sectional conferences The many friends of Miss Ida.West- Biscayne Block Store

Kth, point of beginning taking la an ot were-attended. No general guard are delighted to know aha win

K Dade county and a"portion of Lee. De session was held, but the departmental returned to BuenaVlata In the tan. Sbe

Ep-Soto, Polk. Osceola. and St. Lade meetings listened to scores: of interesting has been elected a teacher in the Miami 336 12th St. I 1

If ", conaties.m papers and discussions covering public school. 1

The work of adding the extra drainage a wide field of educational work. Miss Nellie Moiety left last evening

E. tax to the regular county: taxes is The open meeting tonight will be addressed for her home In Minneapolis. She will

''giving the'assessors considerable exWf by William Barelay Parsons, be warmly welcomed on her return 1

: (tree'trouble la an of the counties soP the famous New York engineer; Frank to Buena Vista next winter. ,
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affected.. On this account Tax: AsseaHKor A. Vanderlip. vlce-praldent of the National Th. residents of this section earnestly

'Gen O. Butler and his assistants City Bank of New fork andLorenzo hope that the Interurban win

H...are very busy men these days and will D. Harvey, superintendent of be established within the year. It L .

W'-,be for some. time to coma. the school of Menomlnle., Wls. win be wen patronized along this line. -
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THE CONTINUOUS HIGHWAY \' \*rsity. Prof .Harry Peck delivered part and arre.t them. In the Davis
j. Killing of Henry lee Alms "Skeeter"Was
MIAMI METROPOLIS a long eulogy .on him and described at case the Metropolis has not particularly ] ,

Honells Is As Mr. Howels attempted '0 run the criminal
When those meaty-one rules of length 'II ho
i! Published Every Friday In the Metrop- has It a Cold Blooded I Assassination
county road necessary to te paved ; was present the situation must io his lair nor published anything ,

11 l.! ells Building. and which will connect Fert LauJ-::, Late l>w-n rather embarrassing to thick' would assist one to escape _
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i I, L JII.. rVn. S. BoU Dm. 5ee.-iras erdale and Delrajr. those tuo portions ,' him In criticism of Prof. Peck's. essay t-hould the trail become too hot -- ----
and eulogism. the New York Sun for him It is true, the coroner's Jury ',OJ.t.
Tae MUmi Printing Company of paved road already complete. Th kil.lorf l of Henry Loa hetterI .rvtlch Lee's brain the ban entering ,f-
I 1' ";unlr it was neither time nor has no doubt acted on many of the I
have been finished Dade county mill !: says: : '
known as 8rerer.: 1'1111 Thomas he temple and raising through hisr
f Cnter at- the Postoffice at Miami. be ot the beat and best : ., place for such" an effort In cempara- facts: as brought oct In the 1Ietropo.h I
one paved
provided
at Honiestea-i i :MonJay morning, rccnikm head causing death almost Instantly
FUu, as second-claw matter. In h.phwajs of ''I tire criticUu If Columbia men did rejioris of ih> tragedy! and in tins ;
public : couny
any of which was tca.r In the Metrop- Thomas then ran off coming towards
F I I I not know' who Howel's was and what way It ha* receded much xaluable assistance. "
< in the State anj pruuabiy the only ofcs
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The most Southern newspaper published i ( cf that dent turn out to have Miami. Shortly afterwarda.a acctWforeman
I I Hotve'ls had done why the degree if i'
; on the mainland of the United one that can boast" of of 7i miles been a deliberate and cold blooded; on the F. E C RY, extenstosgave '
,-, State or more of continuously pared road i j}, thy did. why the oration? The oldway ,i i And when the real murderer' is martler, chase with a motor track tit and .'

ff runnIng oJarnlld with the coin or any : was the !If'St'r.. It still provails '' caught ax "e kox he will be, it mat. '. atton ottaluej by Deputy sucreeJed In capturing him a mite or....
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,I One year .. .....................12.00: I I|! other: stated direction In Florida. at some of the conservative unl- will; he found that the reports given Sherlfi G,'re. h'> tent to the scene of J wore from where the killing occurrL T

. 81z months .................... 100Those" 'i \fn.iurs, The irson to be honored the public by 'the Metropolis will baregreatly ,,1 '
: Such, however-will be the case; and ([ the i ". i>b >w. that :'h.dlJTTince! lie was U-M a prUotter until the om-
I I itcallrj upon As he stands? before : aided the authorities in the i,
1it by the first of next January there will i i reMili .: In the shoclicK!I ttartel the I cer arrived any then delivered to him.,|
paying In advance will receive I) .
ihc Chancellor of President tae unl- : A oik, rather than hindered. The '
years for J1.50 t\m one loi.g stretch of hard road trom night t.. fore oer a game of cards and j ji A coroners Jury was empanelled and j jof
: subscription
yt a *'( r..lty orator utters a few sentences 1"'r"l'nli. prints the news, all the I i
1 cethV for 75 West Palm Beach to Cutler and '', 'I i: that "Siveetrr" anj another left the er ht rlB.ic! the evidence of a number' N
and atz : subscription I 1
f.' --efhis tonh his achievements. As l.e1l", all the time.CORDON .
: cents Tha l tee liberal discount to In. Homestead, running through all of .: I i i party ami west: down the railroad r>t eve witnesses rendered a verdict ,
likelyto '
1 in Latin they are not
they are
1 duce advance the towns and settlements of any size 'track. The e\t morning they came that Ltd bad come to his deathby aj .
strictly payments.
tt' understood the victim the
':* in the county. This road that part al. i by I BENNETT RACE j II ji i tl'OnIOOlU- and others of the party: pistol chat wound Inflicted by Thomas

.1< JULY 7. 1905. ready constructed, Is. and will be. ot'' graduates the noisy undergraduates i I and throw was renewed by Thomas I TIle murderer was then brought to _| .

r. -- native rock and to wh'ch there is i the ifitors or. let It be said in a';1 America: Well Represented In Ante : who ,.,:Ia a Colt SS-callber: molten'II ,I ami and* confined In jail and if,th*,!;

't." A Georgia inventor having invented practically no destruction. The long j whisper! by a majority the faculty. j' Race in Paris. I I t rt'al/"J to kill them. The negro facts prove as now stateJ. therajs '

j', a wreckless train .ought to now torn ger It stand*'the harder it packs and i ion The great man Is saved from ('mbar-I, with S1 eecer" ran, hot the latter refused great probabCity that he wd flsurvaa*''f

rt his attention to the production ot a that account the rock is invalua 'I raF ':nent of hearing himself praisedto I Parts July 3,-The Gordon Bennett'J to .to so. .Thomas kept prodding principal In a neckt-s party. *

sleepless operator. ble for building country roaJs. j has face. This is an Important cup race started today with all Indl-; him In the side with: the muzzle ef the : Henry Lee or "Skeeter.U wellknown ,

.t, Not only does It make a good road point for aH great men are modest i ca'ions: pointing to the greatest eventof weapon and repeating the threat to to both{the dry and county air "

There may be something to this talk for hauling but it makes one that can I and. particularly if they are practitioners i the kind since automobiles were take h's! We. thoritles. ire> was known as a negro <

\: of awakening China. Philadelphia not be beaten for pleasure riding such j of the arts as distingulsnel:I first used for speed contests. He w 18 asked several times to stop 'sport and lived by gambling, having'

i ha Awakened with even less than a as automobile driving or bicycling. ) from persons of action hate 'oraI'll.I I America Is bettfr represented than but ths! weraed. to anger him and he nerved time la the county chain tang-.A;

'miracle. and when finished It will be a dally j ments. We have never known of a ever before and there Is a general feeling nerd a sluR close to "SSeeter' bead. 'for the same offense. Thomas is a'

l. and hourly: event for bicycles, automobiles I' goal! dramatist, poet painter or even : that the republic on tfie other side The latter then backed off remarking. stranger in these parts, though he lst

Omaha women win have birds on and teams to pas ,back and i i actor who could be brought to read of the Atlantic has on excellent chance ., "Ton don't want to shoot me, do youT" said to be a gambler, and one ot many(<

i'f' their hats, law or no law. Even a stat forth from Miami ant West Palm th nice things that had been written of capturing high honors. Eighteen or son-f similar remark. of his class and kind now Cocking;*t

ute must sometimes recognize the die about Him. He "knows, oc the other Thoa.as with, oath the th Homestead :o.!
Beach over the slvty-seven miles of cars started representing! six different replied aa and! cosntryto prey OK, Choearnings ]

'f tates of fashion aa supreme. space separating them. I hand that as long!: as he Is a u' J-1 countries. The favorites la the American same instant sent a bullet crashing of the laborers at work then,'*

j -.. with the building of this connectinglink t as long as his plays come, back rnntlnrrot In the Pope-Toledo
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y The. i managers his novels from publisher ----
> American boy is not showing I of good roads in Dade county ] I car driven by H. H. Lytle. who did so

any desire to own one of those newly !' there comes to thought the fact that his pictures from exhibition*-he is well In the Vanderblft cuP race JOHIVJHAY'S f [ BODY WAS
of the elect.
s invented cannons that will not explode sooner or later and in the not far distant one ,
or hurt anybody. The 're too there will have been built It cannot be otherwise than <2.-
years LAID TODAY
TO
tame for Americans. and in see a continuous traversable tasteful and embarraslns to a I sensible SOUTH* DAKOTA MEDICS' REST

to be lavishly praised to .
man '
Jacksonville the ,
highway from I "
The amount of building in his face or before an audience-but Deadwood. 9 Dak. July 5. The
great most southerly point on the East At: Noowjjr- Cleveland Cejoctertf FVesidcrU Rooseveat
i, and ''about Miami is 'evidence of the Coast of n rldL The East Coast today we have seen men who seemed te) like 1 twentyfonrth annual convention of the : ;

7 faith the people have in the future 1* the most popular and prosperous that sort of thingDON'T 1 South'Dakota BTedlcal Association began end fvGC- net With Many Ex-CabMel OfficUIs, :

of the ton and the county. Buildings section of this great state, the : here today and wil continue over r

aggregating a value of more that a South and the country. It. has the csmcise. : tomorrow. The* programme provides Attended the Obsequies."Y
,
? quarter of a'million dollars are now climate soil and many advantages for a large number of papers aat exhaustive

z' under'coarse of erection in Miami and that win continue to keep it so. The : discussion oa topics of Interest -
be inclined to censure ,l
;, suburbs and many other will be gotten thousands who new visit it annually Some authorities mar because the Davis i to the profession. Following tae Cleveland. JIlT 5. At noon today IS o'clock; ute tatcriMMt being at"':.
the
under way during the next month. A thousands and convention': cruse a majority of the I
will be Increased by murderers have mot been apprehended. the bOOT of the late John Hay.. Secretary DOOo.l 'l;
few more of such activity as settlements must member will leave fOf'.Portl&nll. Ore, The President,
t yean new town and new sad party warmet\
To these wo desire a word. Remember of State was laid to rest .in ,
this will.make Miami one o fiLe largest necessarily string up and develop. to attend the annual meetiag of the by a commute.ttwa the Chamber; '<
his went
and mea
the sheriff Lakeview Cemetery.
and most progressive cities in the The East Coast of the present is un : American Medical A.*oeiati *. Commerce and were driven 'at one*''
into this case in the dark so to speak.No !
Around the stood kith bared
I grave *
t'' State. developed. There are countless thousands I through a large crowd! which lined"tie-
fonad and no motive can
of acres, of fertile and tillable clue was CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL heads President RooH1'I1t.\1ce-pre.a. street, to the Chamber of Comments,'
for t het.ragedTotye ;
Did you ever hear of a hospital for land to be sown and matured. The be asigned in ferret- dent Fairbanks) and all members of escorted by a troop of cavalry white ;
clue to work en
fhecure of laziness There is tae in wlH do their share in populating is a good the President and party tJae'
r. ; railroads ins ont crime but In this instance Cliff Haven N. T.. July &.-The the present cabinet except Secretary entered
? Porto Rico and 4,500 cases have beentreated this new country,1 but tot so Catholic Summer School of America hall where lay the body of .th..J
t there appears to be neither. Taft. former members of the cabinet
.. in it fa the last eyar. Iui- much a* half win be accomplished aa begins Its fourteenth annual session secretary anJ stood. by the caskets
achievement usually come 1
,- Bees is held to be a fflseaae, especially would result from a'good and continuous Great here today and will. continue until anw missy other prominent la government which was not opened. r
and steady efforts
ra la the tropical climates where the county road connecting all points from prolonged to the fact that September I.- During this period there circles. The assemblage was A few minutes later the party d

hookworm: a parasite which absorbs and an sections of It. and indications point he will also bea* four weeks' meeting of full deference to the wishes of.the, their respects to Mrs. Hay who e .
to
,the energizing particle of the blood! By it people. and especially settlers the Davis tragedy la in going fact the culprit.or long, I the Summer: Institute for Teachers. family. I terej from an anteroom and then this 1

..abounds.' ThU parasite must be eliminated : would be enabled to get about j and hard to trace be toms under the direction of the New York The event of the day began with the body was borne from the halL, Wlth.-

L. from'the system before a core. to and from the nearest market place !I culprits may never State Department of Education. arrival of the President' special train ,I a few sharp words of eommudtbe] ;
but the Metropolis '
'can be effected. In Porto Rico about and keep in 'touch with their neighbor I This Is a possibility, I The lecturer who will discuss the a: 9 o'clock, and win cloee with his cavalry wheeled Into position and
would ask its readers suggestto
'thrrc' out ot every four: inhabitants and other' points. Such a road the to be liberal and patient i i varied programme of topics providedby departure at 3 o'clock this a.fternoon.l with no delay the procession moved to
,afflicted with a lassitude that 'the value of all public The funeral was held between 11 and the y
r' w-re: would enhance property the authorities. We all boW'terh. the summer IIchool Include the Rt. I cemetery five miles.away. ,.

w made them practically worthless. Sets !from its beginning to the end. and with win lo their duty fully.* When Rev. Mgr 1.oqbnD. of Philadelphia 1i 1--- '.

I "nUlc'-treatment! under Government other than affording a necessity it the Rev J T. Driscoll of Albany and i FRENCHMAN WON Among the papers. bearing no r.;'
do
hat can no more.
Is done they
'supervision has resulted in many would provide a means for.travel and Sheriff Frohock and his men Professor J. C. Monaghan. of the Department THE BENNETT CUP rare import bat .which nearly: ss

:cures. We have not heard of any Miami pleasure unexcelled. Think of the Give of Commerce and Labor business man ftnd occasion to m.
Je-I I all the aid you can in this case it Lasehampa France.- Judy S. it.Thery. .
; patients entering this institutionfor light and benefit it would be for Washington. away more a* mementoes tad 101I"';:
know anything that you think I the French automobile champion
treatment, though there are an" to start out in his automobDe from yon Din than anything else none arr. ,'
might throw a shadow of light on the won the auto race for the Jamea
questionably a'good many so afflicted Jacksonville and within a day traverse I SEA GOING SANITARIUM more appreciated by Poetmatet JIarrr j
tragedy.tell It to them. Murderers Gordon Bennett cup today. H* flnUJieJrh
'ihere. one of the most picturesque Berlin Jaly 5-The steamship rnerstBlsmark. Budge than the little circular carte:
.t have been traced oy a bent pm, ,m fourth and last lap of the race In
pieces of country over three hundred recently built by the Hamburg which cornea every three taoethat.;
MOREPUNISHMENT button and many other trivial, things. seven hours and ten minutes lapsed '
'
[ DEMANDED. and sixty-live miles or more in length American line for a floating sanitarium from the auditing department ot UpostoCce
Such could be true In this case time.
by a good country road to Miami? is to start tomorrow on her I department apprlsinc hint;
month
Although the Metropolis aa wen u What would the bicyclist and the though it may take weeks first "health cruise." The cruise win of tbe correctness of his reports for,';

T ,many of the State papers has fre- settler the latter especially give for I an d rears to run down the human cover nearly 4.000 miles and will include THE NORTHWESTERN the last quarter. They are one of t-*: ,
1 Therefore dont criticiseae !
fiends.
e .quently within 'the; last few months such a road By it the first could,enjoy stops at Guernsey Baarry Bay. PHOTOGRAPHERS. MEET routines of the department u.l1f the ;
authorities. Give them a chance and
.. 'condemned 'the' cowardly and' mnrerona the same pleasures u the autolst : throw in what help you'CIIL.J Stornoway. Leith the Ehetlands, Troa Duluth MffliL, July 5.-Photographers postmaster's report Is one cent oat otj-j

: habit- of carrying concealed I while the latter could Journey at his helm and Bergen. The cruises are to of all the larger cities of the : the way this card tell. him of It, sat<

t weapons, the assassination of C. E. leisure examining the country and be chiefly for convalescents-and thoseIn Northwest are taking part la the annual I if he 1* correct to a penny it

Davis and daughter near this city.and determining upon the spot where he A NEWSPAPERS PURPOSE. need of rest and recreation. Dr. convention of the photographers I conveys the infbr aUoo. Ver-1,.- ,

4 the ,Murder, of a farmer Dear Plant desires to seek his fortune. It would Schwenlnger. who was physician to association of the Northwest which let a car'". It la said baring thl_;

; City within the last few days causes be great and it.is lure to,come From all sides and from all peopleare Prince Blsmark. win be in personal began here today. The proceedings Information aaa pleased to ad vis*',

the Jacksonville Metropolis to remark Dade county can furnish the rock to be heard commendations. of the j charge. will last through the remainder of the you that your postal account toe t *''

t1- : for such a road ,.... rock enough to Metropolis to rthe full and com- week and will consist of papers discussion quarter ending -, as audit*! b7"

These bloody deeds are a great,injury build good roads throughout the State. plete accounts of the exciting scenes Within a very few months there will and demonstrations dealing this department shows no balancedue

the Innocent cltixen little doubt that the F. enacted in this community during the the officers at the thereon either from
t'' ,to Florida aDd There is but be a big change In with the latest discoveries and methods to or tbe.
suffers with the guilty in the odiam E. C. Ry. would lend the counties of past week. While the Metropolis does local forts and out of the large number In the art of photography aa wn United States." But such U notthiscase

.' of,a'bad name. Nothing. It is Volusla and SL Johns the same aU not care to dodge any of its own of them now stationed there. It as the commercial of the business.An here. These notices are almost' *

aid..win ever stop all murders, but that it is giving Dade'county in this bouquets or to get all swelled up on is expected that all will be transferred elaborate exhibition of photographs quarterly messenger to the

? we thlak .if there were more hangings great. work. It would be to the interestof this account it appreciates these to other posts with the possible exception and photographic supplies Is being po tomce. and no one caa blaine ,

and less acquittals a change would be the company to do so. for it has kind words' and endorsements of its of three. Of the officers now held la conjunction with the convention. popular postmaster for nine th.eaa.

x wrought As before said in these vast property holdings In all of these policy.It on duty at the post most,of them have away as future reference" sad A rVJ

, t column'the, hope of escape is an Incentive counties that it desires to have settled is the province of a newspaperto served there three years ana It is the minder of the time when he waa, la'

to lawlessness. Were those and cultivated. No better meth- publish the news. That Is the purpose Intention of the department to seal A MILLION IMMIGRANTS charge of the handling of Uncle SUa'.'

*; inclined<< -violations of the law sure! od than a good public highway could of its existence. In the Ant them to other forts for service. This I'i mall matter In the growing and fish.

: 'of punishment, there would be a great I be found with which to do It, and the place the Metropolis published everything has Just become known at the post Washington June SO. Figure i lining city of Miami. Florida. ;;,

decrease la,crime. ft'is this ,herculean Metropolis believes that if the counties obtainable in the way of rella and there Is much regret that those compiled for the fiscal year ending -' ,

effort to acquit: that incenses above mentioned show the same ble information on the Davis murder : who have been In command of the today show that the put twelvemonths .
Hon. Robert W. .tIC
Davis an-j
).
u
'so man citizens 'as to cause them to porgresslveness as Dade connyt that case and chronicled many "of the' various companies of artillery and who broke all records of foreign flounced In ,
yesterday's Tribune was'In
take the law in their own hands and such can be accomplished.BESTOWING rumors afloat-as rumors-in keepIng have many friends tn this city are to Immigration in this country. The the
city her
contemplating locating *
.,,., ,avenge the ..Hd& with the situation and It will be sent elsewhere for duty. It Is expected total reaches the enormous figure for the practice of law. stated to'the*]

"Escape of guiltymen, through DEGREES.The continue to do so u long a* Its reporters that all will go north and that of over 1000000. The highest reached -I Tribune ?
that he
yesterday would re>
court, has aroused the spirit of can obtain information which officers who have been serving in the In any previous year was la 1MJ, turn to the city In fifteen days to make\'

lynching in many instances and It bestowal of honorary degrees will be of Interest to Its readers. The north for a number of years will replace when the number waa S57.000. his permanent residence. CoL

win do It again In Florida if there are ,has become a common practice with effects of this policy are two-fold. them. Co!. Howe win assume ,
I will probably be associated with R
t not more convictions and punishments ,the various colleges and universities First it fulfills the purpose of Its command of the district some time ic' FLORIDA'S CHARMS
ton B. Hampton In the practice of b>j .
,Inflicted. The people are becoming and all sorts of persons are the recipients existence by publishing news in Its November and It Is expeetel that the I{I profession "Politics, with all its a-:

excited. They feel that.;the, the chief requirement being most complete form satisfying a demand officers will be transferred about the "We have always delighted to spenda actions and unsatisfying exertions,

- are unsafe when they behold one perIOD the prominence of those on whom which was filled from no other same time.- Pensacola Journal. season In Florida even though It have put behind me forever." said CaL

4 shot down after 'another undercover the degrees are conferred. President channel; and second it served! to be but a short season .as In the last Y *
n >avls.I will devote mys >f henceforth -,
a : of darkness and find ready ave Roosevelt must have a trunktul of keep down the many wild rumorsfalse ; MORE DEVLIN BANK FAILURES rail"'e have heard tourist rave to the law. I have met with!

.suM of escape. degrees. Mr. Wlllam Dean Howell statements and absurd reports Washington July S. The comptroller over California. Southern italy.France, mush encouragement here and I will'he

F .rrbeae assassins and assaulters has. received several ,lately and so which have been afloat which had it of the currency has appointed't Spain Turkey Egypt and Palestine proud to cast my lot with the great*

think: all that r* necessary is to procure have several others. It Is easy enough not done so, might have caused an receiver for the Spring Valley National :>I but we have never seen any tropical and growing city of Tampa." -Tamr/

attorneys to save then from pun- for a successful politician to obtain excite people to do some rash deed Bank .of Spring Valley Ill.. nd i: or semi-tropical country that equalled Tribune.

t,, .ishment. Other criminals have maceeded'before an honorary degree from an institution which the real face in the case did for the First National Bank of Tal-j: southern sad ('t'olralF1ondl-ln, even- S

and why not they? IfaegtuLl of some sort. not warrant 4 lucca. 111. The suspension of both !I ness and healthfulness of climate; la ..
Gen. Wood the men h. shot i at
tf not secured in the Circuit Mr WilSam Dean Howells describes It Is the real, province of a newspaper banks 1* due to the failure of C J.Dev denseness variety and beauty of fol. say

court or criminal courts, then a long himself as self-taught He haG no collegiate to assist officers In the detection lin who was president of both. tage. In charming and interesting n vera Samar came from Borneo. Ever heat j
1 In the number of Its lake, large of the will man of Bvraeo? He never,
string of appeals follow to the Supreme education. His father was a of crime. Many of the noted !

Court and,the State Board of country editor in Ohio and his "ed criminal of our dtle are detected LEANDER DEFEATS VESPERS | and small and in birds beasts and !: dies.

Pardons 'where success U too often ucation was largely gained In nls fay by the omnipresent flfx>rter before London July 5. The Leander Soared fishes such as one find la no other ;

obtained. jTom Johnson killed his there and other Ohio newspaper offices the police get at the facts In the ease. crew defeated the Vespers of< country tn the world. In these r*> Who win succeed John Hay as See*

man and escaped and Bin Brown can In which he worked aa compositor The reporter works upon the cue in Philadelphia, in the second heat today | pcts.. Florida win remain aa It 1Jj rotary of State Winiam 1L Taft;;t

do the same is the theory and it win correspondent and editor. In order to, obtain reliable news for for the grand challenge cup. The Eng j today .... think unequalled and cerI who Is on his way to the PhWppta :

continue to ',be onto punishment i* conferring upon him the degree of his paper and in that way runs down lishmen won 'by a boat's length in.seven .I talnly unsurpassed." Newark N..J > can doubtless have the place If/bed

" 'more speedily and sorely secured" Doctor of Letter of Columbia Unl the criminal and the ponce do their minutes and one second. Courier. wants 1C.r' .

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.I I II wild for ni to exist ESCAPE WAS MIRACULOUS OhOhOB010hOh C C C 0 *0
I Spec. Real Estate '
j[ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS BargainsUNIMPROVED.
Fti I in the Metropolis,
iCOGOANUT :Many in Miami and all along the .
details of this double GROVE
< East Coast know Fred H. Hamrick .
i that appealed to Notice for Publication. 40 acres pine and hammock on 10 acres S year old tress 1,000 Ye''

} Among many encouraging village, and very who foi a number of years was Uentl- Department of the Interior Miami River ........ ....$3.{004)0 trees. 800 bearing ........$S,000gs

our' settlement Is the I''i have written as ned with the Florida East Coast Rail Land Omce at Galn vine, Fla 10 .c..lana ......... .......149000 acres._*__rear old trees ..... r
I his task and wonder engineer, and to them the 390 .....
at the way at an bearing ...... ..SSSOQ01
' being carried on May 22. 1905. 5 acres land ........
........$ OQ.DO
I have done. It Is
:
you following from the Sedalla Democratwill 20-scre 2.r.al'Olclll'OY ....f'-OOO.
a W J. Matheson, recently : Notice Is hereby given that the fol-
I I and the Metropolis 22 acres pine and prairie on broom S
house acres land 300
interisttag: lom'Ins named settler has filed noticeof
t
from RR.. McCormick the remembrance prove railroad ......... ... .....S60040 bananas, 200 orange trees..S2JOOLM r
"The Missouri Pacific wreck at Panama his Intention to make final proofIn
the work Is in theinitiative, I for it was wen
of his claim, and that said -
'the ; and it meant hard, on the L. C S. division, In which support
dons are being made for
proof will be made before John B. IMPROVED, FARMSSOacres. ,
'tencive and substantial enough to shah Engineer Hamrick was injured was Relllj- U. S. Commtssiouer, at Miami ( 4-room house; servant house 400 trees, 160 bearing en.rcoh

z that have ever gone We are grateful referred to as follows in last even- Fla.. on July 8. 1905. viz.: Daniel M. road, on time..................... .. ....... .

,vicinity Me- Stewart is Ing's Sedalla Democrat: Roberts: of Homestead Fla. Hd. 8 acres of pine and hammock set In trees plnespVlMstofln.

perintendent and making THEIR AIDS. "Engineer Hamrick went down with :! :! land on time ....... ...... ....... .................. x11+00.00.
, 11': 'ress.- the writer heard his engine he havfa* not the slightest I section5 35 acres 10 under cultivation.200 bearing trees 7-room house j "

> Mr. Alfred Peacock is trying ordeal the chance to escape and amid the debris east lie names the following witnesses en rock read near R. R.

'with ,his ,sea wall and discretion of Judge and escaping steam he was helplessly to prove his continuous residence 30 acres land, pine and prairie water front, 1,500 trees email

'. ting a worthy example to all and efforts of pinioned for three hours. He faced upon and cultivation of said house bargain ..................... ...... ...........fJjMOj
a bay front to beautify. and his deputies or the scalding steam like a hero and land. viz: .

-AVe ire missing many the jury, questioned. suffered his Injuries like a brave man D, C. Brown of Perrine. Fla.I. FZrI.E '
h cea. Uke birds of tower of strength to and, by watching and turningjnanag H. Brown, of Miami, Fla. X vs U.l"C.A 'NrO I

lyre flitted.north. Query: as this, we look ed to save himself from being! Instantly C. D. Jenkins, of Miami, Fla. Only the best companies represented. Here are some of then.

yS. Dot missing the bay its placed above us and scalded to death. G. W. Kosel. of Homestead Fla. Liverpool. London A Globe.

our negligee life! They ... help usl! But they "When the wrecking crew arrivedDr. 6-2-to7-7 W. G. ROBINSON Fund Onenfc New York Underwriters, (Hartford: ) North Hanover AsatrVa", German AUUsS

w when they return, so we Wilson and Trainmaster Hogle Register.

i, ,an sereneness. OF LAW were aboardand while the crewwentto JOS. :E ::. DOEl.N"
-r Captain Simmons has a for; no mercy but work to clean up the wreck anJ Administrator's Notice.In ,

i1 j unexpected orders to fill.- remember that those rebuild the track the doctor and Court of County Judge. State' of Real EIBtate Agency

,, y _$sampled, when here last and those who are Trainmaster Hogle devoted their Florida Dade county In re Estate

?* ';were .inoculated with guava not be made hap- attention to the unfortunate engineer. of Elijah Smith.

er Biscayne Bay products and even "He was taken from beneath the engine To all Creditors Legatees Distrlbn- Ii,
mot; for more." Mrs. Dr. they give us a word and it was found upon examination tees.and All Persona Having Claimsor t

,.,'rS>, In the mountains of North we lived by the law that his right leg was badly Demands Against Said Estate:

,z.I" and thus Captain looks a law and so died let scalded anJ his right foot fearfully You and each of you are hereby

J* "ry bachelor." among us. but It is crushed. Dr. Wilson placed bandages notified and required to present any Out Of Cofflmisioll A

Captain Edward Pent and to those who and dressed the Injured limb, and claims and demands which you or
x
JF- :tamed a permit captured a' that it does." And be Engineer Hamrick was placed'on the either of you may hare against the

.-*:' '.(sea.cow) and many are 1 the end that the In- northbound passenger and taken to estate of Elijah Smith, deceased, late, lk

,* roast, cutlets 'and steaks i life are balanced in the Missouri Paciac Hospital at Kan- of Dade county. Florida to the undersigned I

I It weighed l.QOO pounds, I course of law- sts City, whet ehe will receive proper administrator of said estate Has

,I.'"$" .'.wilt enjoy the bones later i part will not aid us, treatment and attention. within two months from the date your Watch or Clock stopped?

An;the citrus groves "The engineer when fou'n.!, was beneath hereof. !
""i-0 I so shall we reap. Bring it, to, us, we do the best kind
< well and we ire pleased J. W. E. the fire box. with his foot held Dated May SO, 1905.

;.*' compliment Mr. Flagler paid !. Fla. June 30, 1905. tightly between a wheel and an Iron I D..E. Smith. Administrator. of Repair Work ,11 yo' have not

:j ;lion, 'as mentioned in the bean, and the hot steam was escapingbut 62-St:! '
; c reproduced by the TAX LANDS fortunately, the firebox door remained seen Our New Side Combs & high '

.,: \the New York Herald but ____ closed and he was saved froma Notice for Publication. grade watches m
t, always'does the right Received By 'horrible death by fire. Department of the interior. you are doing your
R, right time. We ought to "Hamrick begged Fireman Foster to \Ie Fla self "'
Butler Monday. Land Offlce at GalnesvI an injustice : : : : :
f, .and speak of him and think i get an ax In the caboose anJ cut his May 22. 1905.
1"> oar "good uncle" even if leg ol!'. Foster replied with encour- Notice Is hereby given that the .following t

I the freight",. I George O.But aging words, and the Injured man be- named settler has Bled notice

:>"t.. Water, ,nelona galore! Commission the secretary Monday of the came quiet and suffered with the silence of his Intention to make commutation H. T. Whaler The Jeweler12th
_> 'of it!' Our'colored : of a brave mn; la fact he never proof In support of his claim and that -
those lands lying in
:V good, heart, cheerful lot gave up until the wrecker arrived said proof will be made before JohnB. Street Miami .
to drainage tax
.S, but during; the last few when he called out: Rellly U. S. Commissioner at MiamI -
dIstrict, hlch em-
!v maD;; happy don't tell what "Now, boys If YOU ever are goIng Fla. on July 8, 1905 vli: Maria '
i of Brevard and
;ii'to'.ee: them when the two to do anything for me, do It DOW' Florence Gauam. of Homestead Fla, -

.* on load of green and,pink "He seemed to feel that the last lid. 31665 for the southeast quarter

.j$ tight down the" road.. I tell .! that the last bit of strength was leaving Elm. A section: Sf, township C8 south, range
a law and divid
; are ,wallowing In them down few minuets elaspej .and 'then, the 38 east. He names the following' witnesses I"F.
is what Is known as
:.. and we like to. see a men of the crew assisting .the enginewas to prove his continuous residence W. HAHN
and axed a tax of
:1; black, face with shiny InJ raised and the engineer was tak- upon and cultivation of aid

.. sv good slice of melon It upon all lands sub en front beneath the iron monster. land, viz: Architect and
per- BuilderI
and owned by
*f- feel. like melon-i-um has ttf.,1'd" "Dr. Wilson says the engineer 1s Ceo. W. Kosel of Homestead Fla.
the State.
( 'The grounds of the : seriously Injured .and that Jn all -probability F. M. Spencer of Homestead Fla. J
I. I ..rat thousand acres now have in of the I
best
(, being improved: A I nice the foot win have to be am- Anna L. )Meeker of Homestead, Fla. my-employ one .
,. county, placed in this draftsman in the South, and am better
g 'grove and lawn are being putated. It Is also probable that his Frank Kanan, of Homestead Fla. prepared than for
sum total to be re- ever furnishing: plaits
t.. the rear,of the Inn and an considerable, thougn injuries may prove fatal, but It is sin C-% to ,.7 w. G. ROBINSON and details for good buildings fine cabinet .

p bower win soon,exist in 'seres the cerely hoped that Engineer Hamrick Register. work. etc. 1 am now headquarter
of and
"-f the good old': Inn-cubator. will recover." --- for turned work scroll sawing and all

;'"_, 'the guests ire *writing and' to come in,from Mr. A. C. Hamrick. of Jacksonville Notice to Debtors and Creditors. work usually done in a FIRST CLASS

:sigh for a- view 'of the bay not. yet' been figured was telegraphed to about the accident, I Creditors, legatees, distributees and plan\p\ r mill ly

x; they sill make the rush into the State and left immediately for Kansas City. !. an persons having claims or demands Send me your order for doors and win-
earlier; this aea.on as goes Mr. Hamrick who is exalted ruler of dow frames ballusters .
estate of Caleb L. Trapp. brackets
'fMr. will be applied by against the. etc ; .
"i more of it : the Elks of this cltjetnrned. to Jacksonville
hence the county deceased are hereby notified to present and be convinced MIAMI. FLA
Plnmmer keeps this morning and reports his
,) financially! by the he same to the undersigned
i' move between Homestead brother apparently: out of danger. The
. of the land within two years after the first publi-
'...' bay front property" and right leg of the Injure. man waa.how- L
the assessor. cation of this notice failing which .
y. mereon"hersreturn will 1IIe ever amputated six Inches above the
the will be pleaded In bar ol
tJII to see h much he has knee. As soon as he gets well enoughto same

.. A tract is being platted on SUMMARY travel Mr. Hamrick hopes to come their demands. We Want [ Grower trr

f side of the road between the meteorological sum to Jacksonville to make this his future Henrietta Trapp very
Administratrix of the Estate of Caleb
lot Captain Simmons and )( 'by H. P. Hardin, home.

!' 'which will enable all who at Jupiter for June, L. Trapp deceased.

'cure a'nice building site WATER SUPPLY OF CITIESA Cocoanut Grove, Fla. tt IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.riortda L.
29.96 Cocoanut Grove Fla. 5-2-9t
rvlew of the:.bay and ; pressure, ; .
r 'every'way," lowest, 29.82. High- recent tabulated statement comparing

1 THE'TRAGEDY 94 on.the 29th; low the water rates in 122 of the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Vegetables."-A complete manual of Florida asps

: A 'The man lad lived 12th The maximum leading cities of the country is not Department of the Interior Florida Orarcss.*-OC special Interest to orange growers.

." 'sis all pioneers',encounter. 87.1; minimum. without interest. A six-room house Land Office at Gainesville Fla Florida Bttaw1 erri..'*-A -Booklet oa SoIl Varieties, Cttltlvattsa sjkflFertnisaticn. "'

: wart. honest 'and .patient i with bath room closet wash stand Tune 26. 1905. .- ,

'", bad overcome most ofthe, : for June, and hose for sprinkling a 30-foot( lot Notice U hereby given that the fol- Irish Potatoes."-A Booklet on "Son Seed Planting and CalUraOom.; BUM

.' 'of'Ute.Th r was'.llO amount! of rain- Is.taken as a basis of camparlson.. For lowing-named settler baa ,filed notice ofPineapple Fertilisers. Digging and Satvpinc-

../ efforts to est&bUab'a twenty-four hours such a house the average charge for of his Intention to make commutation I'wtIl1sJq.01> spedsi Interest to pineapple growsn., -

i 'borne that appealed to the 19th. The prevail the water supply In the 122 cities is proof hi support of his claim and.that Ideal 1'wtWaen.--8ooIt showing an omr different brands, aaalysss nclsssvetc.

,of an who knelt. him: bat the win% was east 18.09 a year. In Chicago It is $16.50. said proof will be mad before John .

Idol of his life and home .. of 6.03S'mlles In Watertown, N. Y., It is $10. In B. Rellly U. S. Commissioner* at his New and Revised Editions of tas abort Just pubUsneaVsent free far the asttk*.
ed fat'a"'nt&J1t, In a manner velocity of 8.8 miles. Cleveland O, It Is S.50. while In Detroit office at Miami, Fla. pn August 5. 1

; 11 sied poor humanity'and : : attained during it II only $1.30.1 Chicago has 1905 vii: John R. Walker, of Perrine. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER
-t stop and wonder, If' the -6 miles from the claimed to furnish water cheaper than Fla, Hd. 31647, for the northwest COMPANY

caused this accursed sorrow %:& any city in the country For houses quarter of section: 2L" township 68
'lation, could: be one-of us 'mere were four of the above description a private south, range 39 east' He names the JACKONVILLE Fla.
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'being cloudy and two company in Terre Haute Ind-, supplies following witnesses 'to prove his continuous .

A NIGHT OP were 11 days on water for $16, which is 60 cents residence >jupon and cultivation Chase ... es, Agents,
In our 'village Monday of precipitation oc less than the Chicago rate. It also of, said land vii -
long be remembered. From niters the water, while Chicago waterIs H. A. Proctor/ C. W. Hill J. T HO- BROWN & MOODY, STOCKTON & BRADFORD

I;, dred of three ears of not filtered. Bard and C / Gossman. all of Per Cutler Little River.

threshold of life to the ace. THEIR ART Perhaps a city owning Its waterworks Line Fla. J '|30to8'4:'

''ready to pass Into the should supply water cheaper WJT>. ROBINSON. Register.

the feeling was not that of Busy ,Day With Na- than a private company, but this is

\,.. an awful suspense. What of at Asbnry Park. not always the case. The rules at NO ICE OF EXECUTRIX. Miami Bottling WorksWALL

and of the morning! How city-owned waterworks are often unreasonably -
...r AH persona concerned win take notice ,
ours nothingness, and N. J. Joy 5.-There arbitrary. the question
thjt six months after date I winD & DICKINSON Props.
We could do xnanght to retalnc and busy day of water-supply* is highly Important to my final accounts and vouch-

naught to punish. A of teachers who are any city. It Involves life and health. en executrix of the estate of John lath Street Near R. R., Miami, Fla i
seemed to appeal to us and : annual convention of Often It Is not what It should be. J.
ayClen late of Dade County, dews
good and know that I am Association. Most, water should be filtered. All oft Manufacturer of p
*.4. to the County Judge of saidwanes
?t, human ,:uture'erlea was ,Increased over should be clean and wholesome and and pray for my final discharge
geance!"' .But how and on ,. by the arrival of a therefore free from contamination. u executrix of said estate All Kinds of
these the delegations.
were queries \ FLORENCE P. HADEN
through our brains'and:-a of today was de It will be at least six weeks before Soft Drinks
Executrix I: Estate of J. J. Haden. De- } ,
Bet came through- the man. conferences of the Russian and Japanese peace envoys eeastflJanuary : ) $

THE PRESS more than a dozen meet in Washington. Before that IX 1905. M4m Prompt Atteatk to AH Great Outd-Town ONsn BoOettsC
With the Miami papers of questions relat time unless an armistice is declared .

. cold, stubborn, hopeless in music drawing, which Is not likely. Linevltch will ,
to the credit of 'those and other branches probably' have met with defeat. In that DYSPEPSIA CURE 1n.sic.

.was Do.a sensationalism; teachers reassem event Japan's demands will probably
low. Many af-'heading meeting tonight at be increased. Unless Russia makes ,
into not mowing the and Compulsory concessions beforehand DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT
yet Important
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terrible details felt be the topics for dis there is not likely to be an armistice. r i ........ se"T.e tae te1..NebM

"i .information, given ,because of President Roose The outlook for Russia Is not particularly 3:. C. DsWXTT COMPANY CHTCA... fl.
"i:'; ed for it We bad lived is looked,forward to alluring,' no. 'matter from. what

fl sty-four.: .. hours and, fed on by the delegates. ,I standpoint it viewed.. 'Ask for the 1905 Kodol) Almanac and 200 year Calendar
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Town Topics. ONLY AN INCIDENT.



L It was only an Indlcent-the act of
t There is said to be t'Onslderable''rlt'- a mother lining and excited at what
a'-ry between a number of parties and she probably thought was an abuse of
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firms for the privilege of operating her son but It served to cause more W. OUR DINE 3
the route of the
4 commissaries along genuine amusement and sport for the
extension. anJ It is
w F. E. C. Railway I several hundred or more persons assembled
reported that some of the parties are >ester Jay morning to watchone

bidding very high for the nghtthough I of, or all the features of the program ,
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so far BOM of them hare been success ; combined I
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ful. It was during! the second water
ixl I throwing contest between the two reel
Thursday workmen befian laying trams of the fire department, and in
# the large fourteen inch water main !>u<'h the one getting water first was
from the connection on Avenue E op to throw it on the others and for a j k''
posite the pumping station; to the river minute thereafter both teams were to I Another e STIRRING OPPORTUNITY

where Jt will cross by means of see which could drive the other from
fr a flexible pipe laij on the bottom to its position with the heavy stream.
the south side. On the other side of The old lady stood an Interested spectator
.. the river the work of excavating for In front of the Roth building.
the water service to be given that Someone, evidently her son was a
Dress Goods. Last week it Table
This
suburb Is progressing rapidly and has member of the crew'getting' the heaviest time its was

r DOW street nearly reached Avenue D on IStb her,drenching.but suddenly No, one like a had rocket noticed she Linen. May be you were here. May be you have heard ,

shot out from the crowd and Into the. how enthusiastic scores of women were in buying them.
The many friends here of Rev and water and bunch of firemen at the
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Mrs. C. Fred Blackburn who have nozzle and deluge ,of water with a Bargains that haven't been equaled
r been seriously 111' at their home In raised parasoL

Fernandina, will be glad to learn that This she tried to place between her before and likely wont be again in r
they are beth doing nicely and are loved one and favorites to keep off
well on the road to recovery. Mr. the water but the heavy stream Instantly ((1 I table linen. But they are equaled in
Blackburn win; leave in a few Jays for tore the parasol Into threads -
the mountains of North Carolina to and she became a party to the "drowning" 7rM'a
recuperate. Mrs. Leola Tatum, who act. A few seconds was enough .
e has been with them for the past sev1 and the old lady beat a hasty retreat
1 eral days, will return to Miami next back to the sidewalk where she was $ Dress
Monday. B. B. Tatum, who has also forced to stand and see those she 1
been in attendance at ,the sick beds, would have protected beaten back by
is now In Jacksonville" though It is their opponents.
w probable that he will not'retun for Cheers greeted the act and Immediately

several: weeks yet thereafter the question was In _
circulation: "Wbo was the lady with r
Mr. H. C. Stanford returned on the parasol?" but no one seemed to I Goods
s Monday from Denver Cot, where he know.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
I went to carry Mrs. Stanford'and the
children to spend the summer. Mr.

Stanford spent a week In Colorado LEGAL PAPERS FILED

I I and talks very Interestingly of what JooooccococoocococoooococWarranty this week. We cannot impress upon you too strongly the magnificent '
he saw anj heard wade away. He
says Mrs. Stanford stooj the trip deed. Harry M. Erwin to values we are offering in the most stylish materials fori your dainty' summer :
,Tery well. Her many friends here Augustus Banes for ITS, east half of
and skirts. See show window but don't satisfied
waists be with
i; will hope to see her return In the fall northeast quarter of northwest quarter our a

4 t, Tery much improved in health. -Klsimmee section 13, tp. E6, sooth range 39, .
Valley Gazette. Mr. Stanford east glance. Come inside and examine the l lovely qualities and take advantage -

s t 'is well known in Miami having been of our special prices. These goods you will need most in your sojourn ;
a In business here for several years. Warranty deed. 1 E. M. Richmond to
t Davis PIckance for $:00, lot 4, block at the seaside or mountain resort. Monday we'll have a limited amount of

+ The report that no one made any 115. Cutler.
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on potatoes this does not H HHMM
money rear
f" seem:to be exactly correct. 'At least Letters patent State of Florida to
I' two men., Mr. Robshaw and Mr. Sellers -' W. E. Young, L. H. O. Sjostrom and Grecian Voiles Venetian Veiling Fancy
feel that they have little comparatively James A. G. Embley incorporators of ,
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to complain 01 and the op Young's Pharmacy, with a 'Capital
timism is an encouragement. Mr. stock of $100,000.Warranty .
Rob&haw says that others might have I to Suitings Knicker ,Suitings '
'done as well as he did had they Jed ,C.: Weber and wife : 1 ,
shipped earlier hTere were some potatoes to P. P. Johnson for $GOO lot 2, of
as fine as his, but as prices last lie 1-4 of nw 1-4 section 34, tp. 53,
yet:. ....t4nwo. at the close of the seaCi south range 41 east. and Yachtg Cloth
growers did not hurry to ship. .
Mr. Rubsbaw knows of no place Warranty deeJ.Mary and Wm.Brickell "
North or South that he would take in to B. A. Parlin for $COO, lots 4. 5,
To be more exact we enumerate below the number of pieces:
exchange for his Hastings fann.If I ,and C, block 75, Miami.ADVERTISED ,
J Florida continues to use him as well \
In the future as It has In the past he LETTERS lit
'thinks he will be satisfied."-Palatka 4 pieces Grecian Voile, regular price a yard A O 4 pieces colored Linen, suitable for boys' and
20e
rt Herald! Remaining In the Miami PostqSce on 25c, for. . . . . . . . IOL men's shirts, regular price a yard 35c. for. .
,. July 3d..
.Mr. and lira. L IX William ai.d 3 pieces Venetian Veiling.regular I l a yard A Q 1 piece of regular 15c Gingham .f 01.

'daughter Ins JeaMnette, were among Bay ShlJie. 25c, for . . : . . . . . .c for . . : . . . . . .. cI a
Benlster. Fred.Brandford .
the on the n'.rthbouud
passengers
,train.Saturday evening en routs to J. W. 4 pieces Fancy Suiting, regular price a yard 121' I piece .o.f.regular l 12 1-2 cent Gingham I *f Or t ttor

Chattanooga Tenn.. which city they Butler, John.Cheesbonrgh. 16 2-3cfor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
win make their future home. Mr. Williams Clarence
ri has resign hit position ascivil demons. Patience. 5 pieces Knicker Suitings, regular price a 121yard 1 piece of.r regular I 10 cent Gingham! Q i

Y' engineer on the F. E C. Railway Davis Harris. 16 2-3c, for. . . . . for. . . . .. . . .. . .OC

extension to accept a more lucrative Fisher Fleming.Mr.Miss and Mary Mrs. J. 11. 2 pieces Yachting cloth, regular price a
one with the South ra Hallway It Is .z5CUnderwear
'understood be will be engage oc the Hall. Miss Jennie. yardSOc, for., . May Manton Patterns for August

new tunnel which Is to be built by Hicks Mrs. Mary.
Johnson. Mr. and )Ira; \Vm. N.
the Southern through Lookout Mountain
z t. near Chattanooga. Lamb L. L. &: Co.
_ r Lewis. Mrs. Llllle. Shirts '
McBride J. W. ,
The south side of the river, or thU Mills. Rnfns.

_, portion of the territory from Avenue O'Mally, Chas. In our gent's furnishing department we have been suc-
a D and Eighteenth and Twentieth Cluett Peabody's $2 and 2.50 shirts, all In A Af\
Porter, Charlie. cessful getting a great reduced price some 40 dozen
; streets and vicinity Is now cro1l'1D&developln Robinson. W. L. > nen styles and beautiful designs for. . ., I 'r vf
suits of men's fine lisle lace stripe underwear. This classof
1; and_ Improving second ti ','
RWerT.R. goods sells everywhere for $1.50 a suit and are well
no part of UK town. Besides numerous
Charlie. Cluett Monarch 125 and
1.50 shirts
Rins. Peabody's O .
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new borne under construction .worth the price. But as we got the goods cheap we will .1
Russell. Raymond. to go at. . . . . . . .. C7OC
the property owners are bonding Sands LewlaaSanford offer hem at a price that will surprise you. These goodsare

?El sidewalks, clearing up and Improving Clarence. t \celebrated Otis make and they come' in assorted A large assortment to select from. .
their place In every possible manner Warren Susie. colors, fcilor made seams and each suit ,

while the water works company. Ware O. M. Is guaranteed. They will go next week 9 5 C All of our shirts ranging from 65c to 1.00
has a large force of men at work excavating 50
and preparing to give them Weight. C. A.Willine for a suit. ;.,. . . . . . . will go during this sale for . . . . I
Badlnsen.Wiley
water service at date. Another ..
_fr a an early Mrs. MargaretFOREIGN .
yeas will see greajt: changes in '
yr this part of the city. Librarian. Convent of the Jesuit \

r Fathers. Hosiery 48 cents Ii
w' DEATH. OF GEORGE LLOYD. Smith Alice.

FIRE AT MICANOPYThe
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George Lloyd aged 19 years, died at Monday we will place 25 dozen men's 75c and $1.00 hose. They come in beautiful
'.Ae home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Baker Mlcanopy correspondent of the
on Avenue B Wednesday after an illness Times-Union under date,of the 4th.
of several days. Deceased was says. : lisle lace and we will have many different patterns to select from. All the pretty,

wen and favorable known. He made S. H. Benamln's store located here "-
his' home with ,Mr. and Mrs. Baker was burned to the ground this mornIng new shades of gray tan, and champagne will be found here. Price a pair 48 cents

for the past nine yean and had beenan and the loss Is estimated at about
honest and faithful employee anda $30,000. It was first discovered burning
kind and considerate friend. He at about 2 a. m.. and at once the
,was taken lln Key West last week alarm was given, but too late to save Monday and all Week at
and wan brought home Sunday in an the store. The citizens succeeded in ,
unconscious .condition, and though all checking the fire from spreading to
that medical aid and tender nprslng the adjoining buildings, but at onetime
s 'could do was done, the Death Reaper .It was thought that all of the '
+t 'could'not be shaken and the enj came I business part of Mlcanopy would be
peacefully and quiet. The funeral was burned. Indications show that the
held. at the Baker Borne Thursday store had been broken Into and some W.: M. BURDINE'STown

afternoon 4:30 Rev. H. G. Porter goods stolen, as the doors were open
officiating, and the Interment being in and a pair of trousers were foundIn
the city cemetery by Undertaker W. front of the store. The loss was
F 1'. Mlter.w. covered by Insurance._ I Iu

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II. M. KING The Atlanta Journal of last Friday Mrs.: Franklin Coleman Bush leaves
BEN HINTON
ACTOR.Acquitted .
I. TOWN TOPICS. 'I I contains cuts of C E. Davis and his on Friday fir an extenJol cr." to I

.a llacVtliQit ip.iVCi\itNCe Undertaker and Embalmer j daughter Elsie who were murJered Chicago and then Wisconsin probably -I

| at their home near this city Saturday Himself Most Creditably fa
1300 AVENUE D remaining a sy until S!pt4n ;I
Mr. and Mrs. 3. A. Dann are entertaining i
night a week ago. Both are said to ber. Mrs. Dual atd Mrs. EUCCUJ C. the Play.. "CnJer Two Flagt."
as their guest Miss Myrtle Perxmal Attention Glvca to Al Call be
good likenesses of the deceased Dearborn, who starts for the north on
1' rnard of RockJale.
----- ---- persons. the same date 11':': go togthr JJr. By some unaccountable reason
-- ------- --- ti
Use Bradley MttllMn lot an crop. Mr. D. S. Jones.who has been spending Mr. and Mrs. W. )[. Burdine left Mrs < Dearborn will oln Mr. Dearbron who of those things that sometime oeeac t'
L. A.'l1son, of West Palm
,. X. Lumaaaa, Agent several days In Jacksonville returned Wednesday for Verona, Miss., where Beach, accompanied by her little Is now visiting In the North. In every newspaper office-the reporter ,-

home on Thursday's train. they will make an extensive visit to In his write-up of the play lId.r

Miss Maude-Whitten left Thursday relatives and friends! before going elsewhere grandson Richard Potter, arrived In '!, There Is now general"activity at the Two Flags" presented at the school
the and will
city Sunday
+ on a visit to relative and friends Mr. C.T. McCrlmmon was a passenger previous to their return to Miami spend several newly established shipyard south of auditorium Monday night omitted the

at Datona and Palatka. She will be on the north bound train last eve- early In the fall. of her Jays here visiting at the home' the terminal dock, where a large tree name ant character taken by Mr. Ben tl
mother. Mrs.
M. E.
several week. wig en route to points In the northern Fraznre. of men are engaged In building barges Hinton without cause br purpose. Mr.
cone
ss .. part of the State. Among tbe Fcrt Lauterdale citizens corner Twelfth street and Avenue B. lighters and other boats for ueIn Hinton known on the stage and ta
i F. E. C. Railway extension work. the
t Aetna dynamite and nppaes for who were in Miami Tuesday partlylpating The local Elks play as Lord "Rocklngham. the ,
The schooner are planning to give Thousands of feet of timber are being Seraph" without doubt
ails b7'Lammu A SewsIL Magnolia sailed Tuesday In the Fourth of July celebration a minstrel performance waa one ot
In the
for Key West with a large cargoof Included Mrs. P. N.Brran.. Messrs. early gotten ou'the ground while the foundation the best characters In the cut He d
freight fall which they propose :o make the of one of the Urge barrea, is was well la ill both
and a number of up part la acttaf
passengers
The workmen the Reed Bryan G. D. J.
Jigging excavation Bryan B. Cro- swellest thing of the kind : ,,1
ever presented well under
for the laving of the large 27-Inch several of whom will take .teamer at marin B. F. King, L. M. Bryan aaj In Miami. Th- Elks throughout i! I being made way to, and preparations are and expression, and though the Ms-
that place for Texas. commence others. tropolls failed to give Urn
rt proper recognltlon
from the wells at the Mrs. L. H.
pipe
conveyor Bryan.
the
country are great as minstrel and More
golf grounds to the station |I men will be added as at the right? time, it ts.U
# pumping always secure a large patronage because i tbe work progresses and within a that those who ,witnessed ,
lave now reached Avenue G with the During the absence of Commodore Mrs.E.P. Qua termanwbo has beep I tbe people know that they never i short time this place will be the very the petstormance

'' :removal of the top surface though the and Mrs. Rooms, who bare gone north visiting relatives 'and friends at )II. do things by halve 'Such will be the'I of building operations .In the scene boat were not so neglectful ta
I their
rock underneath still remains to be for sevtrat weeks, the Roamer is tied<< i appreciation of the creditable
the
canopy for past week will leave case with the efforts of the Miami line such as hue never before a
blasted to the required depth. I up at the Semino e dock in charge of prevailed and thorough manner In which he ao-
there .
for
yesterday Florence S. lodge
a caretaker. / \ C., | In this city or county. quitted himself _
where she will spend tile greater part
BraDey tetfllMn we the ... T I of the summer with relatives. A letter Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harp, of Ful-

For ale br J. K. Lcmmua, Miami In the first part' of "Under Two from her conveys the Information that ford. hare just returned home from a $1.OO per Week '

Flags" little Mil Heater Dewey she is thoroughly enoylng.her trip. most enjoyable and interesting trip to i

"Mr. and lira., John Omweg left last takes the pare of Venetia and it is Cape Sable. They made the trip la Miami

Saturday for Newport, Kjr., Cincinnati. doubtful whether a child could be William Thomas, a prominent orange a twenty-foot skiff. Mr. Harp says Conservatory of Musif

-5 and other places where they will fouD4ID this city, who will take this grower of Homeland. Polk that he has never seen the mosquitoes

spend.the-summer with relatives and part any better than this little damsel. Is In the city on a visit to couty his aso bad as they were on this trip that 225 12th St. Frankfin Coleman Bush Director =

friends. This Is the first visit that three sons, engaged here as plum Mrs. they would literally cover the netting -

Mr. Omweg has'maJe to his old Kentucky Dr. W. Vanlandlngahm looks for and his nephew Mr. Fred Moody. under which they slept The fish and Our Summer Sijrht-Readinj Caste were such a great .aces, that w

home In twenty-seven years, his wife and mother who have beenon Mr. Thomas Is well pleased with the i game were plentiful anJ he say they the management ha decided to open popular classes iaPU ;

and It mutt naturally one of great a visit In Georgia to return Saturday thrift enterprise and i had all the fresh meat they coull eat. }
development of P... hs Rates
> S 1.00 per week. $1 0 lens ofI 10 Meta.I x
? joy and pleasure to again look upon night. Dr. anJ Mrs.'Vanlandlng- Miami. per .

old scenes and old faces that have ham will make Miami their home In \, Mr*. Martha Elizabeth Hopper died I I' Call at tW co..rrr u>ry wed Inn fact pankiUrv or a port seed *U i
kriir a r.e.e..autr. to vest coalPract'Ice
t: been distant, from him these many the future. The meeting of the stockholders of at the home of her con, E. N. Hopper, ,

years. the McCrlmmon Co..rhlch was called on Biscayne Avenue at 4:45 Monday Facilities free to those who have no piano 1',
Mrs. J. P. Sawtelle left
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hopper
for Monday at the office of the Secretary passed awayas '.
Asbbnrnham. Mass, to attend at In a peaceful sleep and her white
If
want fenfflsen
yon consult: J E. and Treasurer for the purpose of '
LnmiAua. 'agent far the old reflableBradley' the sick bed of her brother-in-law, : electing officers and transacting other hair, silvered by seventy-one years of I I .. il

goods. Mr. PonJ who will be remembered as business, life, made a halo around a face that! ..
adjourned ,
was
until
nextMonday
having visited here two seasons ao.; In beautiful death. The funeral was The
Racket
morning for the purpose of Store
Her abst'nce.rill
be Indefinite.Mrs. held at the house 3.30
: Allan R Parrish. ot Miami. FbL. ist taking stock and examinmg the books at Tuesday

'his former home, Maywood I1L He of the company. afternoon. Rev. Stanton officiating oil"

Is' In'the north on a few weeks' rest Y. B. Burn and daugbter.MIs The interment was It the city ceme I 1t

business. Edith, arrived<< in the city Sunday fromGeorgia tern by W. F. Miller undertaker,
and, to transact some He The certified copy of the new Miami j IS THE PLACE :
Is the editor of the "Fruit Grower," and will visit with Min Isabel city charter has-been received I

published' In that country flowing with Burns of thin city. Mrs. Burns is the from the State authorities at Talla! Captain A. B. Potter, who superintended -
mother of Mis Burn and will the building of the jetty nti
milk keep I
and honey. .Miami
Is one of the hassee. The copy is typewritten and
et tbf Rutherford House during the vacation i this place accompanied by Mrs. Potter -
most southerly
towns the
on east covers fifty-three It Is ,
of Mr. V. A. Rutherford. j pages. now in came down Saturday from Jacksonville
coast and Is a' lively business place. { order for the city authorities to make]
I anJ were among the passengers 4
-Oak Park (111.
) Argus. it operative and carry out to the letter .
going to Key \\ ei. on the .
Vice President VT. H. Spitzer. of all of the provisions contained therein steamIer I

'Money to loan on Improved property.G. tbe First National Baok. and Mrs. and effective at the present Um.. Martinique that night. Captain{

.. S. Amsden, Cocoanut Grove, or M. Spitzer will leave shortly for an extended Potter goes to the Island City to tool LI..

D. Price. MhmLComplaints trip through the north and Mrs. E. T. Clyatfs mother Mrs. B. after the repairs that are being made
A of to R. G. Ross' dredge. Grampus re School Books
west. portion their outing will E. Bowen'and slater Miss Irma Bowen -
be spent in southern Michigan tbe cently purchased and being refitted at
are made abOUt drivers of Greenville Ga.. are visiting at
+' of vehicles running Into the fire former home of both Mr. and .!tn. her home on Tenth sweet Mrs. Bowen that place. .,.1)( I

hydrants at certain street corners,' Spitzer.Mr. will return shortly to Georgia but ,
Mr. C. W. Schmtd, of
one West
where they are not protected by high Miss Bowen wlU.remaln for a visit
James Noble leaves Miami Palm Beach's hustling and enterprising
curblnga. In the few and
past weeks
no of some weeks. They were in Miami.
Supplies
less than five hydrants have bad to within the next few days for an extended last year and made many friends who citizens Is spending a few days

be repaired on account of damage sustained trip to the west coast and enjoy their return. in Miami Mr. Schmid is much pleased

4 In this manner. Driven shonU points in northern Florida where she with the apparent thrift and prosperity t

''be goes on pleasure and business. Before of Miami. and Informed a Metropolis
more careful for there is no telling Mr. Ben Hinton, of the Miami Shoe
returning home she may spend a portion representative this morning
the moment or the hour when
t Company, is having the interior of ,
F these hydrants will be needed In a fir e. of the summer Tn New York and that popular trading place remodelled that If he could find a desirable location
I other eastern cities. I here that he would move hereof
and when It is finished there will not
.! make It his future home. Mr. ,
Writing tablets and: stationery for be a store In the city which will be .
fait at J. B. Sererea'i drug does.r Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Tatum haft better equipped for handling the traJe. Schmid is a well known caterer and

given up their residence On Tenth Among the Improvements beset a | should he locate here would open up afirstclass Wli' Chal11e & Son, Proprietors ;,

l Contractor, H. Walker, who drove street'and will' occupy rooms at the of trolley ladders for convenience restaurant

the several'wells: for the water works home of B. B. Tatum at 224 Thirteenth In handling gods stored on the high

-$' at the golf grounds, is now sinking street until the completion of shelves. r

an e ht-illch well In the yard of the their own house In Riverside which

electric light plant Much trouble has win be ready for them by the last of The members of the fire department I

_'' r ,been 'experienced'In the past by the September.Mr. will at an early: date set about organizing -

water In use there effecting the boilers a fife aid drum corps of a dozenor

and the new well Is being driven W. F. Heckert general superintendent more pieces for their Individual use

so that better water can fee bad for of the West Palm Beach and other public occasions where :

this purpose. The 'water will be Electric Light Company arrived In the march music Is needed. The ate and j, 4

worked through a new and larger con city Wednesday., Mr. Heckert will drum furnish the best music known

itit denser spend several days In this end of the for marching and as the department .

rr county closing contracts for' cor.l has secured the services of an expertin

,, Money to foci i O. s. Amcden Co- wood for his plant He says that wood this line they expect to bring their

.u e.nut.Grove. or M. D. Price, Miami. for end fuel of the purposes county.is very scarce In his corps up to a high degree of efficiency Special Sg Sale.Monaay rl


y, The many friends of Rev. andMrs. Mr. J .E. Fultz. clerk of the new 31

C. Fred Blackburn of Fernan- county of St. Lu le, accompanied by
Mrs. A.J. Kolb left last for
dine, for years residents of this city evening Mr. Garrett representing the Drew

sill be Interested in the news which New York and other eastern points publishing and'printing house of

reached the city 'yesterday afternoon where she will spend the greater portion Jacksonville are in the city looking I
x't of the birth to them of of tbe summer months. Mrs
a daughter over the books, papers, flies, etc.
+ and. the: further. announcement that Kolb says that we were in error a few of the DaJe county officials for the AT
days in that she
ago stating was goingrh
mother-and child are both doing welL purpose of getting ideas for equipping
lI to have her eye treated that
.G Mr. Blackburn himself has been quite tbe treatment which she bad received the various offices of the new county,
lH for a few days with malarial fever
and have
from Jr. Burobam bad given her tbe I been busy at the court house
and Inflammation of the stomach but all
day.
L relief desired and that she would continue
y a telegram received last ugnt reported rssr
his treatment.
an' Improvement In his condition. Capt. A. H. Johansen and wife of the

6 Since the above was written a telegram Mr. and Mrs. E. R. life saving station just east from Lemon -
Bradley, of Cape &
ink Quartennann
'.'I dint .,has been,received. from Fernank Sable, arrived in the city this morning City arrived here last Thursday : s
asking'Mrs. Leola
Tatum torf' on the Ariel, their yawl rigged<< and spent the time until Tuesday at
once
'come at as both Mr. and Mrs. pleasure craft. They will remain in f Chester Shoals with Mrs. Jobansen's

:Blackburn are very IlL Mrs. Tatum Miami for several days and then will father and. mother. Capt. and Mrs. O. -, ...,' h.- .
will leave by the train. I te
evening proceed np the coast to Palm Beach A. Quartennaa. This was a very pleas- .

where they go to be present at the ant visit, as from here Capt. and )[". .
't: Wanted10 mea In each State to Old Settler's picnic.wbich is an annual 1 Johansen'went to Moultrieville S. C.,

signs and distribute sam event and always held OP July Fourth. near Charleston where the captain

circulars of oar goods Sal- Mr. and Mrs. Bradley are among the will have charge of the life saving

I'sty'rig-00 pr month.. 1100 per oar earliest settlers of Dade County and station at Sullivan's Island, the most .

*.' ynhlmsn' Co* Dept 8, lived op to a few rears ago at LantanaOB Important station on he Atlantic
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CENSUS ENUMERATORSARE SEVERAL NEW work.. The plans and specifications ot a large 'circle) of relatives. Her

HAD TROUBLESOF SELECTED APPOINTMENTS MADE can be seen at the office of Postmaster Elsie D Davis place among them can never be filet
Budge by those desiring to bU cm "}.Ira. S. T. Gramllng Mr. J. t?.,

state the work. Gramling and Miss Irene Staler accompanied -
!I The census enumerators Mondaay being a legal holiday Murdered Ffta Her ,.& .
THEIR OWN the body from Miami. Mr.
: have been appointed by Com anJ also he regular meeting day of June 34. 1905. C. D.
DREDGE ROUGH RIDER HERE Stanley, of t Columbia was also
4 missioner of Agriculture McLln. and the Dade County School Board the present.
I
they are expected to begin their work meeting was held that day Instead. A Was Towed Into Port From Savannah I My Gqd and Savior tell me whyEartb's

of taking the total number of peoplein full board was. present and after ap- Sunda by Tug Itauntiess. loveliest ones are first to die? MURDERERS WILL BE CAPTUREDAfter -
Colored Town Made proving the minutes of the June meeting Why, 'spite of trusting faith dis
b
t Tfe VttBams Tandy the state u soon thereafter July
transacted business u follows: played slicing six
days
and probing
; Times Ihtfr! Monday Night-One 1 1 as the state can supply them with !Sealed bids were received for con The dredge "Rough RUer." the The threatening hand of danger was the cast thoroughly and Carefully. the $

i Seriwrsly Cot and To I ban and other stationery.T. structing the addition to the Miami the second Florida of thf E4.*r edges Coast purchased Railway Co.byj II| not stayed coroner's Jury empanelled la the Davis

landed taJalIIT J. :McRae. Hawthorn Alachna school as follows: Ed Munro. 11.17'J. for work In the building of the Key I While fiends of murder and rapine murder case, adjourned at 12 Monday
1; I and J. R- Scott, S ,OG.: The bid 01 I still live to await the results of snca Investigations
? i county. \\>st extension of the road was tow. make thousand
Whose deeds must a
Mr. Munro was accepted. of evidence by tat sheriff
i James D. Chalker Macclenny, Baker ed Into port from Savannah Sunday u 3,
Sveral bids having been presentedfor grieve. ? the jury has been able to acquire .
morning by the tug Dauntless anM t.
county. .fW. transporting pupils to the Jupiter I IIy hen- It will reassemble and render
Monday IIlbtas a bad one for A. ,Benant Starke. Bradford school the lowest, that of F. M. Powell moored at the terminal Jock. ) God I wonder, while I cry. Its verdict
The "Rough Rider" Is larger than
the Wflllams family In"Colored Town'wit County. in the sum of $59.:; was accepted, Why must we lose her laughing eye- This morning the Jury examined; F
# the result that two members A .J. McClellan. Wewahitchka. Calhoun and :Mr. Slmms was authorized to execute the "John Babcock brought in a Her winsome "'.YI. her smiling grace three witnesses and It Is said some I'

t BOW languish in a3: and a third"Heseaugerously county.J. the bond of Mr. Powell for the week or more ago from the same The chaste sweet beauty of her form very Important disclosures were ob. '
Citrus place, and Is practically ready to be-
H. Gerock, Homosassa, successful fullfllment of his contract. and face: -
wounded at his home with talned. so much so that Mr. F. U.Stoneman ..
gin work, though a few repairs are
.. county. A petition was received from, the While stalks abroad some demon foreman o ftht sty. said: '
a cut throat George W. Geiger. Green Co"eSprings patrons of the school at Stuart, requesting needed. The Babcock la now on the shape, whose crime "We have finished our work for.thee ,
Williams was the first one Clay county.W. ways undergoing repairs and as soon laid maid In youthful
Eul. ; that the school be opened low this lovely present and believe .that wt have secured th
as she corneaoff'a few Jays hence
,, to get bad. The causes are not known B. Knight Lake City Columbia on !September' 11th. The petition was the latter will be hauled out prime? sufficient evidence to cause the
information Essie county.H. granted. arrest of the guilty party. The
but according to cast
warpath for "that fellow F. Atkinson Miami, Dale coun- The superintendent reported that he It is said that these dredges whichare For Elsie weep. Let tears flow free Is now la the hands of the sheriff aad ,
the
:went on supplied with dippers as well as
lad called a meeting of the patrons For her sunny smile that we never upon him we win await
developments
T her' and ran kim down. ten ty.W suction apparatus, will use only the
of % .J. Odom. Brownville DeSoto shall .
of the Lemon City school for the purpose see: before reassembling to reader '
with a.plstol-a deadly weapon-she county. of obtaining their expression up- former In the work they are to per. For the midnight; terror she was our verdict This may be tomorrow r'..

t proceeded to fire two shots at him :Nathan Adler Jacksonville, Duval on the selection of a principal anJ form the matter removed being planed doomed to meet alone or a week hence. I can not atte'
Both ,
on lighters and dumped. arepowerful
e. but her training In marksmanship county. supervisor for the school The min When her father's cr was choked toa the time." .
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machines and will be of val
R. C. Caldwell Pensacola, Escam- utes of this meeting; recommending dying moan. Further than this Mr. StoD.mb
+ neglected and be escaped -
been
have under
must uable service In this Immense
!
bta county.S. AnJ all hope of help from him was
t; Slips Ada Mcrrltt for principal and was noncommittal except to that
Sheriff say ee
with a whole bide. Deputy taking.
H. Strom Sawdust. Gadsdc-n .
T. I.Gordon, for 61Ipe"laor.ere filed gone-- the jury had left no stone unturned '
Gore next appeared on the scene. county. God! How I and wonder and
with the superintendent's report weep or effort undone. to ferret out the
WESTERN PEOPLE TAKEINTEREST
Some how or other be'hat a way ofl B. F. Kirk, Brooksville. Hernaado Another petition was also filed requesting IN DADE weep aain. party or parties who committed this gt

'btttin', In. and now Lasts is a county. that a male teacher be furnished At the hardness of heart that could awful crime Let us trust they have/
A. C. Turner .Clearwater. P. A. the Lemon City School It kill her then. e, been successful
with
de Frohock asad. I
in Hotel
boarder
Marvin, Plant City Rlllsboro county. was ordered filed John P. Harrison of Chicago! rep i.

t sad heart and a charge ot assaUlt "' ,,'. S. Green. Westville, Holmes Louis Becker appeared before the rencming! the Harrison Immigrationand One of the first things notice In
to'kill registered against Employnx it Iliireau. in that I TO FURNISH TRAIN FREE.The
t with intent county. I board and requested an addition to her r iom was the motto: 1 will trust .
William H. Bert,. Bascom. Jackson 1 city, spent several ;Jars In Miami the j
the school building at Allapattah; also and not be afraid.
her.The II drat of the w' ek for the! purpose of F. E. C_ Ry. will furnish &
next affair in which the Williams county. that new blocks be placed under A Friend.
: John M. Hampton AncIIla. Jefferson visiting differ ut parts of the southern special train and crew and haul fret '
the 'old buiMIng. The request was
.family figured had three partic'I county. I portion of Hade county tor a suitable of cost to the county sufficient rock; -
ordered granted.A .
ipants. Jim Williams and his wife and Benj. Dowd. Grand Island and N. tract of land, or lands to locate ELSIE HEFTY. to build a stretch of publio road twen

: Tom Winiams. Jim Williams, so the I C. Murder Montclalr Lake county.M. resolution val adopted making several families or probably a small ty-one miles la length providing then

story goes had become possessed of Johnson Fort Myers, Lee county. warrants, cashed by the banks of the colony. i Death of Popular But Afflicted Young county will pay the expenses of min

the Idea that he had a right to "lick" county debts of the board to said )Ir. Harrison says that his agency Lady Occurred a OJus. lag loading unloading and scattering -
;
banks said to draw Interest
Us apogee. Tom Williams who it is H. B. Woodberry Chalres. 'Leon ; warrants has on file a great number of lettersapplications and crushing the rock on the road. r
'" blood relative of the county. at the rate of 7 per cent per annum c c., for farming lands After an llmess covering several This was the result o fthe conferens .
claimed Is no
i
from the date of
other wniiams'. thought he had aright John L. Carter. Chlefland. Levy presentationto In different portions of the country months with asthma and!other complications held at West Palm Beach Thurs $
to interfere between the man county. the treasurer until said treasurerI1Otlllt and that a large per cent of them Miss Elsie Hefty daughterof day by Messrs, John Sewed.. T. ,A.
the said bank that he has
and his wife'and proceeded to do so. R. E. Armstrong Enterprise. Lib- 1 want. to know something about DaJe Mrs. E. Hefty anj sister of Mr. Wlnfleld and E. G. TweedelL menebrs -
funds at hand to the
warrants.
:There Is where ht made tat mistake erty county. pay county. Fla, its soil, price per acre Caspar Hefty linotype operator of the of the board of county commissioners -
in accordance
The resolution
,that has so often resulted by part R. J. Patterson. Madison Madison was what It will raise and kindred other Dally )Metropolis(4 last Thursday and Mr., J. R. Parrott. first
with the act of the last Legislatureapproved
county. things. Many of those so writing at the mother's home at OJus. vice-president and general manager of .,
.
June 1. 1905.Tbe'appointment
In'stead
; wife, be turned on the would-be pacemaker county. of teachers was location and express the desire to known as Mr. Hefty was not aware proposition Is one that the county no-

,and proceeded:to work upon L. J. Brumby. Ocaia, Marion county then taken up with the following results come tu Florida.It that his sister's condition wu serious doubt, win embrace. pIn +

}rt him ,-with a: knife. The first "swipe- : Is for the purpose of learning and the news of the distressing event speaking of this*project last Friday ";

severed, the flesh of Us left arm at V. S. Lowe. Key West Monroe Miss Ada Merritt.prlndpal at Lemon for himself the exact condition of tie came as a blow Frt Jay morning morning. Mr. Sewell said:
to the shoulder 'and' went to the bone. county. City at a salary of $T5 per month. land. price and such other thlJU Miss Hefty war a native of Indianapolis "There is a break, or place, about"t

6 whIle the .second went Into his neck, J. D. Ogllvie. Cal '''.".. Nassaa: Miss Jessie Klogley and Miss Georgia the patrons of his agency want to lad, and moved to talc county twenty-one miles in length from fort t
making a'' gash several Inches long county. orger assistants at Miami;. salary know that Mr. Harrison has come and section about three years ago Lauderdale to Delray that ,need tO

and as many deep. The Jugular rein John J. Lee, Orlando Orange coun 50 per month .each. here. He has no certain numWr of with her parents and other membersof be graded and paved so as to complete ,.

:was partly severed, and but for the Miss Gnssie Muller assistant at people pleJced'and Is not promisingto the family. She was about 2t the tract road between Miami

timely arrival of'Deputy Sberlff Gore ty.W.. B. Hinton Klsslmmee, Osceola West Palm Beach; salary $50 per bring In a colony but believes years of age and had been a long and West Palm Beach. To build tah

", who is ,"something of a, doctor Himself county., month that If he can speak from personal and patient sufferer.Mr. piece of road win entail a cost'of not

he would have bled to death. A. F .HOI Dade City. Pasco coun Miss Uzzle Turney. principal at knowledge and observation f&TOrablrl Hefty went up to OJos Friday lea than $40,000 but as the railroad,
,Later Doctors Butler and Frazure Hallandale; salary $40 per' month. of the lanJ. climate and general I to make all the arrangements for the has screed to haul all rock free tn*

dressed the wound and unless blood ty.L.. 'M. Balard .Lakeland .Polk coun Miss Ella Osborne principal at Cocoa conditions In this part of America I Interment which took place last Sat- I I cost will be cut half Into, thus leaving -

Z poisoning sets'In'the Injured man will Plum; salary $50 per month. that his agency will be able to send I urday. Pores***! Is "is survived bya about $n.OOO to be expended,by

recover though'he. Is tn a dangerous ty.E.. B. Lane, Putnam hail Putnam The board at this time took a recess I a large number of settlers here from I mother. thrte alters Misses Rosa the county. Mr. Parrott met us halfway

d condition. county. until 2 o'clock this afternoon when the northwest during the next few I II I and Lottie ,re ldiDC at OJus and Mr*. In the project aad volunteered to> '

Jftn Williams made his escape after George C. Middleton. St. Augustine, it will re-assemMe and finish up Ute I months. I t II J.: M. Tina of Hallandale. and Mr. do the hauling fre. This we coav

doing the'butchering act; but later re St. Johns county business before It. Mr. Harrtaon says that he does not Caspar "epty. of this city. elder very liberal proposition and tl

turned to his home and was captured George F. Cordey, Coleman Snm- 'propose to bay lanJ I at present if at Deceased was a !iyoung lady well is now np to the board to devise

yesterday afternoon by Mr. Gore. He ter county.G. LIGHTHOUSE FOR all. HeW look over property thor known and admired by all In her immediate means for standing our share ot tot

la also a boarder. with Mine Host. )TO- B. Lord Live Oak Suwannee HILL8BORO INLET mighty, find out what la for said, the community and had a large cost

nock;.with ,the soft aide. of a plank county.T. location, prices wanted, etc., that bean circle of friends elsewhere who will -If we decide to build this road

for his humble. .'e adL Z.' Faulkner Perry. Taylor conntr. By early fall. If not before, the intelligently Inform customers be shocked to learn of her death. She .. continued Mr. Sew U. "we will want '
.'. lighthouse department of the United- To hen applying for Information relative was a devoted: Christian anj the untimely TO have It completed by the first of

MUST KEEP EYES OPEN. James E. Cade Plerson. Volusia I Slates will begin the erection of a to Information of this nature. end: has cast not only a family next January: 'so that there wUl be-.

county. .. new lighthouse at HiHsboro Inlet, or It will be notices thai Mr. 'Harrison but a community Into sorrow. a tree and unobstructed route of travel ;.

In the race for trade today the business J. H., Gray Ashmore, \Vaknlla more definitely located within a few makes no brags says he has no colony CONSIGNED TO EARTH between Palm Beach and Miami
man must keep his eye upon the county.D. miles of Fort Lauderdale. formed and promises to bring no The remains of the late Miss Eli. r nd also because such a road U nettWt 'y

goal as does'the,athlete upon the cinder H. UcCoUom Dorcas. Walton Last fall surveys for this new guide settlers here. He Is simply seeking Hefty, !hftho died at the home of net i, the industrial development of ;/vibe

trick He who turns aside from county. to mariners plying the ,South ,Atlantle Information such as people raised to mother at Ojus. Thursday were Interred i ccttnty. If we decided to gaehad A

his purpose. or 'stops' to slumber u W. B. Gainer, Econflna, Washington and lower Florida coast .wu made farming and desiring to change their In the city cemetery Satur.1aY'1 j with the work and can set OtJP'way
=, l'did the hare,"resumes his race to find county. by Capt W. E. CralghlU. major. abode will want. and It Is probablethat The body was brought I clear to raise the money for the

;;ct another leading him The merchant The remaining enumerators win be Corps of Engineers."U. S. A. but since more will come out of this in by the county road and was accompanied am( the rrc-k win be undertakes a.,

w .who would win must make his dreams will from all of the colonizing number of friends from her home'.
and his theories facts. He must keep CIa te. results until this morning when
s his ere"OJ the man ahead of him. Postmaster H. C. Budge received scheme so frequently announced. while others from Miami assembled at A party of gentlemen out hsh rag

The' man who works today Uyit hjs LIVING IN HARMONY. from Major Cralghlll's offlce, t Mobile the cemetery to pay respect to the de yesterday within half a mile of OU

business will'be better tomorrow is 4 plans and specifications the light That. marvelous radium clock which parted.At Fort near SL Mr u .. >"-e treated to'

w the winner. And to the merchant this : That the races In the South can live and other necessary bulldlngs.wlth in has arrived In New fork la said to the cemetery the cortege was a great surr>ri.> >. mhlTe! : seated on the ,

meant get an early start on each day's I together In harmony Is evidenced by sanctions to notify contractors and be "guaranteed to run 2,000 years." met by Rev Dr. Paris and Undertaker bank fishing one of the party happened

work, handle It expeJltlousty and arrange the experience of Normal. Ala. where others that sealed bids for the said That is a pretty healthy guarantee. King the former delivering the to look across the ..elver tad his eyes '_
to I ne a certain time to plan Is located the great negro agricultural work will be received at said end i But who Is going to wait 2.009 years funeral sermon and the latter eoutp. soon felated on a large black bear

for tomorrow. The man behind the and mechanical college so ably conducted neer's office for the construction of to see If the thing will tick oat the Inc the body to Its earthly rest. TIM swimming toward them. They'wtlts4

rx 'gun is a"power la war. but the man by Prof. William H. Councill. the lighthouse and ether necessary seconds for that length of time? And floral tributes were numerous, appropriate until old bruin got within a few feet R

f ahead of, his business is the pacemaker When the college,was moved to Nor buildings and structures up to and Including who furnishes the guarantee? If an and beautiful anJ each and of them and taking the oars'oat or

and winner la trade today. mal from Hants-vine, fourteen years' August tljot the present year. Individual or even a trust company every member' of the meciuteaJpartment de a boaf commenced to pound him''

Iq c ago Its coming was not favorably received The specifications call for an iron what assurance Is there that It would ot the Metropolis sending a heavily over the head. This had BO s

Martin Dolan a guard for the Stat. by the whites of the commun skeleton structure snrmonted by a be good la June': A. D. S905.-Savannah floral offering the bier and gravt being effect at an. They then picked up a*

,r Insane Asylum at Tallahassee, recev.t.Ii ity. One of the largest land owners service room a watch room with gallery Newt. literally covered with sweet ax that was near by* and'gave him) f

made famous by legislative report. declared Us lands were for ale Today and a lantern accessible from below flowers. several licks with 1C la the meantime

t ; v track Tampa a few days ago andthus the same gentleman Is one ot the 'by a spiral tower The vertical Uncle Henry has don the county a Mr. Doe Saaderberry got m suca .:
far. has lived np to the reputation given staunchest friends the college" has. height of the tower measured from a another dirty mean trick He has hal FUNERAL OF MIM STANLEY. close quarters with brain that ht received

the Institution by toe Legislative The Institution has been. In fact a concrete foundation to the focal planeof the audacity to offer the board of a bite through his hand. If!.: ?

investigating committee. Dolan had benefit and not a detriment to the the lantern win be 125 feet; 9 Inches county commissioners to furnish a Occurred at Greenvfllt. Ala" Last Saturday arm was also badly lacerated u4
his credenhals'and came here to con. community as the white citizens tes with the base 30 feet. C.14 inches special train and crew to haul rock for -Many Friends Present tact scratched. The other men Sally '

duct a luaattcjiow'at the Emergency, tify. There has been a spirit of mutuality In diameter. The base Is to be of them to build a public highway twen succeeded la throwing a rope around ,

Hospital,'to ChaUahoochee. ate got between the whites and blacks.As concrete and other solubles fully de ty-one mile long In pad county and The Advocate of Greenville. Ala. the bear's neck Instantly drowninghim.
drunk the first day la town and for' Prof. Conned says "At no time fined in the cpclfications. from which he cannot possibly derive says of the funeral anj Interment of This story win do to bear la '

disorderly conduct at the county Jail during these years has this school The keepers' dwellings are to be one cent's benefit free ot cost to Miss Mattie Stanley who died la this mind as It Is the second oat from this ,

was locked up there t>y the sheriff withheld or failed to give where needed three.la number each 31 feet 10 Inches anyone but the F. E. C. Ry. No. city last week, and nOM body was section within out month. -Tallahassee t '

pending convalescence. When sober help or service to every man. in length, by 17 feet 40 Inches In what do yon think of that? Wouldn't taken to that place by sorrowing relatives Capital

be tau rel *aed.but 'tanked up" again black or white ot any condition of width, with plazas In front and rear It Jar yon? Some It would, but not for Interment

and when,Sheriff Jackson next hard life. We have sought opportunities to and a kitchen extension. There win many. Mr. FUxIer has been doing "The remains of Miss Stanley ( Among the letters patent Just issued

ot him. was in Police Station charged be serviceable. This Is as It should be two rooms and a hallway on each such tricks as this ever since he Invested i reached here Saturday at. noon sad by the Stat. to new Incorpora-

with being drunk and disorderly be. There Is no reason for differences I floor. his ,first dollar! In Florida and I was met at the station by relativesand tine Is one to "Toungs Pharmacy .

Judge \\1 taker handed the representaxlrt between the races. The college I. one Three store houses are to be built no doubt he will keep It up to the end. friends and Immediately conveyed at Miami with a capital stock of '

ot,the Board of State Institu of the greatest Institutions ot Its kind u are also oil houses aDd such other It's his way of doing things and he to Magnolia Cemetery. A short 11G .0 I0. The business to bt true* :

tlons a' smU package labeled $10 01 In the world. It has students from necessary buildings to fully equip the cant help It service was conducted by Rtr. W. A.Taliaferro acted by this corporation Is the bayr 1"

20 days. ,Dolan dlJnt have the $10 every part of the United States. Canada lighthouse and keepers for service.A assisted by ReT J. P. lag and selling of drugs medicines.toilet ,

and was sent to the gang for SO Jay Africa and the islands ot the sea wharf four feet wide and extending The lady managers of the St. Louis Hamilton, and the bo.ly1aJti to rest articles .stationery goods and .." ,
.Sheriff Jackson refused to Intenert Its trustees are among the best known five in length Is also to be built into exposition "returned" over a quarter "The deceased is well known In merchandise of an kinds sad desc. "

with the city authorities. aDd wire I men In Alabama. AU were commissioned the sea for landing boats and supplle of the money given them to expenL Greenville where she llvtd antfl the.i t I Lions at wholesale or man anj tht' ,

superintendent: of the Asylum.who; officers Inthe, Confederate ar The specifications are lengthy and This is merely another Instance put four rar,. She was modest and I compounding of physJt'lana"nt

''q replied that ht would send another my. Whde not,so wen known as Tar cover every detanof the work to be showing woman's otter unfltness to reticent, and loved a jilet home It hi. tion* The Incorporators are; WlfllaavE. '

;, ,,officer for'the lunatic. ...; Tampa Trip kegee it .is doing equally as good done even to describing 'the size of enter the Held of public lift and practical There she displayed tile nnselaih**** I Toting. S. H. O. SJostrom tat Jav'A. .'I.
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:""..::!: M. I IpL FOURTH OF JULY PASSED QUIETLY MORE TIME GRANTED j Stevens.ET Baker. O. E. Savage and E. V. day at WoorJIyt Tipt. the hom of tM

bride. The wedding'was a quiet one

4?: j I In accordance h Jaw the Board Prosecuting Atotrney R. R. Taylor and atttpded only by the members

s'p file professions WITH MANY INTERESTING EVENTS' of County Commissioner .wtih a full filed informations as follows: of the two families and a few laUmat afriends.

.. !"*iru present met Monday morn- Chas. MltcnrtUambllBg; Essie Williams .

1 1 ni; fur the purpose of cani-iMing ti* aggravated assault and Russell The bride is the da .httr of tM

;i 1..1. assessors books and approving Howell George Graham Arthur W1P lion. John BIgoluw" former America

o I ikr- top of the building wrote the later !tlit |levies due as taxes in the county llama and C. IlnJspn. carrying con- Minister! to-France .and th. sister of
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-Te3tOZL: QL =:!P=..Iq.ATTORNEYS
"0the Day) Was Celebrated in Miami iai'i hose at Intersection of Ate; 'bat; m the books were not ready for roaleJ weapons. Poul'nry Blgelow. the well known

AT LAW. :, flue L> aril threw wnttr. Won uy hook ; iht. U>urJ an extension! of Mum was Chas. Mitchell and Esale Williams writerTicn still in her teens she

; %nix>rvtiorla .Ileourt, 9ttr 4n4 Ft&nlt : -Parade. Firemen Contests, r' and l saner i by a fey bt-conds. i i .iiinUi, ] until! the first ;Monday In Au- plead guilty as chanted and were sen- I'1:1rrl..1 Charles! Phelps Dodge of N.w

tJ >..,.I..lI..Ut1Hlor eu.mnlll.n4 pcrfecttnc : Kounh Hub and hub race. This uaet when ,be l.oarJJII!! meet and I enc.'d to pay 15 and cost or nerve 30 York but th. marriage dM' not turn"in

i HM.O.BUISW... .Miami. Ft. I Bicycle Races. Ball Game.1tb a 'I rtt'ui proteii a failure owing to theunk ,* 3nM thira.j .'.T *,' Imprisonment and SSO and co.ti.I "" ..II. Sad several years ago sn*>

I .., In the hose not being properly |j i 'her than this nothing of ln'i>ortnnre or three months, respectively. I i (rniii to Sioux Falls and procure a
Dance. Wound festhitles., i
Dajs
P. T. SKAQGS. H. D.. LIp ) arranged i, wag transactel b)' the, comnns- Coo Graham and Arthur \Vllltams j i divorce. w

ones wttli R.a Crow: .I'lIarmMi. { F't'n! 1 me king race between the i'I I iom'rs this ttlorDIr. and after the pViit not !entity and were paced on The Hon. Uoot-l GUest U the soar!!

a..lcIeDee. $th street Cr.- *"i ot and< Star rrt'1II'1 In this con. 'I pr.lilnlubrx work of hearing read and trial.convlcilons being secured in each *.Ti ot l Lord \Vlmt>orne. H. Is a youogT of

ccraerare C \ The Fourth of July parade and celebration test tuck crew ran three hundred feet I i ui>i>ro\lng the minutes of the last f af-e. They were sentenced to serve >- iiruiher of Lord Ito Churchill and

MIAMI. FLORIDA. all from op.xii-iie directions to a mark.1 i previous me'tine, they settled! downi -Ix months Imprisonment each with. also a brother of the Hon Frederic tI
in Miami Tuc-s..ay was
$ J. 1L JACKSON, .JR., incloi-ure) in the street laid hose and I i >I bii.iitiug anJ approUngthe bills ,ut fines 1{r Client. 'II bo wa married in t London
D) that Could hate been desire or expected '
'j' I IIi got cater, the first crew to throw and! expanses of last month Th case of Charles Grlfflng sggre- : two wM>k* ago to Miss Amy ftlppe.I .

: OFFICE and though.arranged impromptuly the btream on the others and when WEDNESDAY'S SESSION rated assault was next placed on''I daughter of Henry Pblpps. the Pitta-.

J HOTEL BISCAY B Avm.D and without public aU subscription they pot water to debt it out for one The Board of County Commisulouers and was unfinished at the noon 'I burg millionaire

MUM FLOBIDA. of best minute In an endeator to drive the recess I I
,t. was one tne ever I which assembled In regular monthly '
I Ii other from the Inclosure. Crescent I The charity edition of the Jack
given in this city. yesklon last Monday Is still In session
:&: s E. CIIUll, i; LORD'S SON WEDS DIVORCEE '
Da team won.Sixth son*!111* Metropolis Issued May t for
and other the
The parade Itself was not lengthy than business transactedthat
the benefit of the several t
Exhr Ulon laJJer scaling i : charltabt
DENTIST. morning and reported In the l1er -
in formation or large in attendance by Robert McGrtff. Sioux Falls. 8. D.. July .-The' wedding Institutions of that dry netted the ..
lorpolis of that had
: r date progressed '
Tvclftkbtrecu
OSoe U Sewcll n.'I4"IS- but those participating did themselvesfull Messrs. F. H. Wharton and Capt. of Mrs. Flora Blgelow Dodge to,: sum of ".151.1:. A .pretty good aaJ
as follows np to noon Wednesday no I
{ Rose officiated and this I the Hon. Lionel Guest took place to-,:1 no doubt appreciated amount
MIAUL FLOIBDA.jj justice and von the admiration of as Judges after session being held on Tuesda >

the thdusands who lined the street last event above mentioned a recess The county attorney was authorized I -
r. Ammo!' taken until 2 o'clock 1
was in the afternoon -
and watched the procession. Not only I to settle with George Baker for:: rock SEABOARDAir
when the bicycle races :were. run purchased from him. I
ATTORNEY AT LAV.ep.es did nearly every person in the city BICYCLE RACES "
W .A. Smith. J. C. Rlckardi and J.
(. and
( Elimination no< fire. to of ronTeruclnff Title turn out. but the crowd was augmented The bicycle races bad a number of I M. Carroll
j were appointed a commit
ts! Koury Public la 8.In w.ll Oteee.uma BaUdlBf.. by hundreds from the countrTlJldnearby entries but owing to the hour. and tee to view and mark out a road described Line Railway

MIAMI' FLORIDA places! who came In to spend the heat of the sun there .were few as beginning at a point on the i a
spectators. They resulted follows
as :
the day and enjoy the sights. There ocean beach one quarter of a mile ;
W. 8. GRAKL150, Ten mile raceWalter Hangh. rid north of the intersection of the south I
II; D' were all !dOleD ol uncles aunts brothers National \
ing a bicycle first; listerQuigg line of section 4, township 47. south I FOR t '.1
sisters and cousins present, and second and GUI Staubs. third.
PHTSICIAK LID ScaoiOH.Orrica range 43 east vertical with the ocean 1 l
ix MIAMI TELKFHONK B'LDO. they enjoyed the day Quite royally. Prices: First gold meJal; second and thence west on said division line .
coaster brake and third I Savannah Columbia, Camden Southern Pines frj
y THE PARADE. .. _bicycle. seat : 1.% miles to the west line of section
Hours from to 4 -
a. m. p. m. Tbe parade assembled at I o'clock one mile race- sanay Hams, rant;
6
y MIAMI. F.... in the same township and range. Raleigh Richmond Washington Baltimore .
at firemen's hall on Avenue 1). and qua Snubs second. Winners (prize) The clerk was authorized to advertise ,

,r QILLESPIE ENLOE,Dentist marched from there north to Second pair of Hartford tires.Boys' for bids foe grading and paring Philadelphia New York
; thence to Avenue C. down Avenue C'' Race one mile- Harry Campbell twenty-one miles of roadway between

r fMA.M.oma..IM HOCBS r.:It. to Sixth street .thence east to Avenue i first. Prize catchers mit. Fort Lauderdale and Delray, and Two Elegant Trains Daily. ,

Hf omCIIaPrtanUaalKiinc.ilKUthtt. B, down Avenue B to 12th street Consolation race price an eggplant, which will form a connection and makea

[ kKSZDIMCI.SUaUBeuIoiil.iaRlKIAULFLOBIDA. and west to the court: house. JayorSewell. won by Vaalandlngham.BASE continuous highway between this Seaboard Express ., Sea oardDManModem

Hei*, with his alder City Marshal BALL GAME. city and West Palm Beach

? W KnftlfS, .. D, Flannagan and Deputy Sheriff Gore, Following this came the baseball Liquor petitions were received and Pullman Equipment

.an. mounted, led the precession, followedby game between the "Miami Kids" ant. granted as follows: .... I
:Eoz=.epatb.1at: the militia. fire department with "Has Beens" those.old rivals at the Ceo. .
Zapf Beach Club
I J. W. Richbourg.
;, aloha Omcs: Mr. DatKwttl4Bcaxa A_C O Tx. Yt.IN'E: :
: all national and
citizens game- although the
Boun...4 p.r apparatus Elks and In car con: F. Egerton t Co.. J. C. Lanth- + .
test was not scheduled until 4 o'clock! 1
TilTs aim MIAMIFioaiDA. riages. er and W. E. Woods In license district .

r4 >> The fire department presented a most the crowd began to assemble as earlyat No. S, and George Zapf In license ptriHaj( dilly tiroiii sltiptn from JiclsoiilDi to Iei0rleia.For | .
} attractive S o'clock And ere the time when
8. nilDERICX appearance and won many District No. 10.
JOB compliments from,the spectators. It the first ball was pitched folly a thousand -
CIVIL ENGINEERAND .
was led by Chief Hurdle followed by or more persons were lined up Vi -. ?

SURVEYOR. the chemical engine artistically decor: around and about the croun).. Boxes COUNTY COURT CONVENEDThe

> Stottn anraUBa Pablw pro tat eo Boe-DtTUiHt But. .1 Lut Lars Faioeolat Tncta.O ated In national colors. Behind this chairs and any old things were In demand full information and' sleeper reservations, call on any agent of !the

c.tm ftot&cm' came the hook and ladder track also for seats but the most of those County Court in and for Dade

MIAMI ;' FLORIDA. decorated and behind that the two present stood It out. County convened at 10 o'clock.Uu.. Seaboard or write R,

II. SICEKOKlr- hose companies. AU of the men wore The game resulted as It has.wlth few morning but after calling the Jury
A. 0. McDONNELL isstG PUS
g( white duck suits that lent attraction exceptions. In the past-a "Kid" victory qualifying six and ordering a special m Jacisowille Pit Ji
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REAL. ESTATE. to the turn out. by the score of 6 to S. Both venire or six additional urors sum

fcatNT PtmiiNt CHANTJLAUD COMPAIONUTAKT "BEST PEOPLE ON EARTH" teams howeier. were somewhat handicapped atoned .a recess was taken until nine S. C. ,BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. Ajrti,

rcBLicSTATff The Elks.theBest People on Earth'broMht by the absence of some of their o'clock Wednesday morning. _
AT LAKOIH7TLEB. np the rear about thirty players and as a result substitutes The six Jurymen qualifying 'were I b

,g FLORIDA. strong. They wore white bearer Data had to be used. Dillon and Hilt did John Muller, A. D. Doane. A. E. Bo- FREDK. S. MORSE

J P. BRANM/NG./ and cream ulsters and were by far the battery work for the "Kld..hl1e.AI1en gee L. A. Osborne. Clarence COOK .

.> > the best and most attractive part of and Godbolt filled the same positions and Earl MontforC

Attuii eel c.i-I.r the parade. Each carried a musical I for the other side and outside of WEDNESDAY'S SESSION REAL ESTATE

toast ABrtfai to bfcctes. Ief.tau: Instrument or at least what was lasn- the usual number. of errors kicks etc, There was a hustling of businessIn

Oak C-ty 5tik 114111 lOlled after and purported to be one without which a game In Miami would the county court ,

'West Palm Beach: :: Florida though nothing but gilded pasteboard be an unknown quantity, it was hotly within one hour and Wednesday a half after and the Offices np stairs Cor. At*.C and U th St.

and as they marched hummed contested and Interesting.
popular assembling of court at o'clock Dade
six Miami. Co. .FlordaeAGENT
JAMES T.SAKDEES: airs. During the march C. H. Bradley 'FIREMEN'S BALL Informations had been filed two of the .

ATTORNEY AND blew so hard either In or on hi.horn' With the firemen's ball given at the number plead guilty two tried and #

COUNSELOR AT LAW. that the end flew off and he had Fair Building In the evening and lastIng I I convicted and the four sentenced.This, OR LANDS OF- .
to hurry hack and pick It to a late hour the festivities and
Commercial.. *..' Aft fef np. i In the vernacular was "doing about Florida East Coast Co.
fidelity u4 >>aIR Co,BclOBOtm.Mo.Ornex C. B. GarthsUe officiated a* drum events of the day came to a close. some." Railway .

n WATWV BLOCK.. '. Lock ia major, and while he did not hare the A large number of tickets to the dance I The special venire of six tal men Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
11LfAYL: FLORIDA. black face and shiny he Were sold but owing to the I'
eye put Lew extreme .
to
serve as Jury ordered drawn at the Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
MITCHELL D.'PRICE; Dockstader all to the bad In his manipulation sultriness of the evening not many attended session of cburt Monday morning.qual-
of the baton. The proverbial but those that did found no ICed and
copleted the
Jury for the
gdat was there too-the genuine time to complain. The Blscayne orchestra
Attorney at Law and Solicitor week as follows: John Muller, A. E. J
in'Chancery., article and which animal hs carried furnished music for the occa Borne, A. B, Doane Clarence Cook. Seed WantedWe 1
terror to the hearta'of sloe
Mango
so many candidates ["E. ilontfort .Captain tc
Hendrickson.
,xD 'e..: BAtctea JI14, MIAMI nl for initiation Into'the mysterFes"of During the evening quantities of fireworks F. Long W. E. March. E. Porter M.J.'

Elkdom. He.was one of them were burned and the sky kent
W. C. MAYNARD -
,, t conspicuous articles in tAe lor- wen fllamlnated by skyrockets and

matlon and was In charge of 8. M. Ta- Roman candles'the Jay on the wholebetng LOW RATES, via

good'stout tum and Lee K. Brown who with ; one of the most successful and Louisville & Nashville R. R.. will pay 6 cents per dozen for

chains, guided him aright most eDJoTed'of any Fourth of July

and kept him from giving away some ever celebrated la Miami. JackMMTilte TM follower to vanwu low ro point..d* trip Martb rate aid* W fro..t fresh, sound Mango, Seed, delivered

of the terrible deeds that he commits will be la tflct 01 date* ...b<.... PruportUmaicty -
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. low rate from otkn poi.... Wilson &
In the lodge room. TOM LAWSON GOES WEST at Flye'sGrocery
Perfect fitttnf, wearing glasses LOVISVXLU. IT.
easy For the spirit displayed and Boston July 5.-Thomas Lawson. KaU *I&4* ..
art a treat comfort..With our aka their acco t DIIIM Mfdrat Avenue
Store. D.
Rive apparatus and large cxpeneoot patriotism In getting out ID'the hot copper magnate' and arch.foe 'of the IhaUJiljr reteru Realo..J.a.Ut.la.lac._ with dial Miami, Florida _

there u no PeN work. Price reaonable. ran to aid In the celebration of tAe Standard Ofl crowd, left Boston todayen .IdroxTUuro.' ouoov .

We repair Watches, Clock. dayjthe Elks are tope commended and route to Kansas where he Is scheduled Rat Ito.50.acco..t Loci A dark Cramil '
Jewerly and Spectacle' A portion tot ml Eipowtlo Ticket sold certain date.
ycor trade asked for. Located on AT- the members were roundly congratu to speak at several Chantanquan Mar 2>rd to Sept. S. Coal rei.,. limit * ..n. D between 12th and isth Sta.. lated upon the splendid showing they gatherings on the methods of the Standard ass Prnetaeeml LM hce_. C&J.RaUtHlAX !.

'4 W. C. MAY*ARD, made. After the parade the organization Oil trust and those at the head lOtk tn. A.nt tkkcu 14th lie oU. mrtaiadan Baal resin......April.t 4g Pomona ,Nurseries '
Jtw...WrM4 Oradnat OnticteJiPATENTS, marched a body to the Royal of the combine. Prior to his departure COLORADO ,
Palm grounds where: a group 'photo Mr. Lawson annonneed that he Rate 42.45. account lntern.tMi.ai pvrta Jacksonville and Miami Florida #
graph was taken by Von Moser. who would travel west by way of Canada J L.*!*y tfv Mb.iac..llaal* CuaveatMra.: man'Ticket ta..tA..1IIIa**.ld Jade is to

also took another. new of It in mucking for fear some legal action might betaken BUITALO. K. T. -----

1a4j order. as he passed through New Tork Loir Rate B.31M.rO.account. E. TICk.aaaaal... o'd mivtiar Jet, !!ta r.rud to 10. I
FIRE DEPARTMENT CONTESTS to delay his arrival Kansas. Inc., gnat ret am limit JJj! 2S Is.aMb.ttmt.ti r FEe NCTUKNCO.WAStmOTOM CANADA
erg' N rs.rtzPeIwa0N.t.w00a001-aaa Concluding the parade the I
nremen Rate $35.3>. accost launutioaal
..... ........ Cpvortk I
-sWkeVm. t.ea..Cosreuttos. Ticket
... returned to headquarters GEORGIA'LAWYERS old Inn nth to I
and donnd MEET
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'atrr hs..p.s
-I tint inc.. Oust recurs limit Anm 25th.; I 1TLA.1'ZZOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOo: : :
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.at.Nteauv mr all their
'- wttt.d *'-" -. service uniforms' and running Warm Springs, Ga., July 5.-Lawyers SASHVILHTX5f. I #:
Salt, t..e.u.aa.era eaYfaYaa.- togs after which they returned to of prominence from all parts of Rate fl.2f. account Peabody CoUrft SUMmrr '. I
.. 51000 rot OONalOwea .rdb .t.m.L lIe"o..l.a..rbilt Babtical Ia.litan, I
0.. a .ow u. .. "".'.. oar.... 12th street and there held s number the state are gathered here for the Ticket old certain date, Jane 11.Jill> 4th, I
o D. C. of contests and twenty-second tall limit tkptember30h. I IDOXTILLK.
exhibitions that were annual meeting of the Tiara. I

5 highly creditable efficiently done and Georgia 'Bar Association which will SO..t.Rate.. SltU T'ek..a..W account crrtaia bammrr date**<.hi. >J o.'c'of. l"tfi the : Is rapidly going to the front as the leading

i et" DSWIFMCOUCH Interesting to the public. The events be In session during the next two to July 15th me* final retarn limit Sept Jutb.BRISTOL. I I city in South Florida. Everybody
a and results were as follows: days. President A. P. Persons, of Tab TIM I
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Rateelt4et accoaat me tiair t.ermaeBaptt.tItnyher.titketi.oldMaysthto- I
First- Hook and ladder scaling botton. will preside over the cessions : : I is going to Miami. Now is the time to it,
slot tic final men bmitJule .
Goatee MeGriff and Marrlck. contestIng and the annual address will be delivered for tint i.Lwmati..o..cheduk.. "and rate to 4 I secure a choice location either for business -
and HcGriff winning the best two by Hon. J. C. McReynolds, assist- any "", .at. North or H e-L call ..a or write ,
KILLTHK r.EO. HERRING. or residence. Choice locations in
out of three scales. ant attorney general of the United, Fla. Paw Art. L. N. R R. : :
AIID CURE TMK LUNCS Second Hose coupling: contest between States. tm W. Bar !>t...... Jack.M>ill*. Florida t I the city for sale by : : : : : ; : : 3LI,

Crescent.! Star and Chemical ) 4

m.Dr. King'sNew engine laid three crews.lengths In this of hose event broke the crews two Has Stood The Test 25 Years I IGrove's FORT DALLAS LAND CO.OOOQOOOOOOOCQQCGQOOCGOOOOOXXQOOOOC&XXQ I

Discovery couplings each, and Inserted a length .

of hose In the break. Crescent .crew Ii
ONSUBPTIONOUGMSaatf Mee "won with Star second. .

; FOR JOe i 51.00OLDS. Third Race between hook and Call on Or ,

Free Trial. ladder and chemical apparatus. Both Tasteless 'Chill Tonic i TOSiTB. Fi2rZLZ.Y, 7:2r. I TOfd8AA2td .

Incest and ftnicteeet Cure for sllTHROAT teams started even a* Avenue C. ran Agent. Fort Vite-Pr, 'FortDallaa _.

; and LUNG TEOUBUS to the Roth building, where the former Dallas Land Co. Miami. Fla. Land Co.. St. Augustine Fla, ,;t
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raised ladder and mounted a man to No-Core-No-Pay.. 50 ce ts. J

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BODY OF JOHN. PAUL JONES NORTHERN TEXAS' I. In: any will of the be appointed following named In the particulars postal SOUVENIR fROMGENERAL OCOMCOCXXCCOOCOaOOOOOOOQ

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service: Deaf-mutes; hunchbacks; THAT SANITARIUM.


HAS BAD CYCLONE|persons speech having; persons defective totally hearln&.llchtor blind or NOG! xooooooocooooo ooooocoofl

DELIVERED AMERICAN POSSESSION blind In one eye; one-armt.l.one-band-
Editor
1 Metropolis: Quite a littte hast
ed or one-iegsed;: persons, or those
been said the
through papers and otherwise
'I", ha\ina crippled arms or l legs; and about the sanitarium under e
r those Buffering from asthma.consump-
Causing loss of 35 Livesand Dev 1 tion. hernia or other physical olef..ct Harry T. Cheatham. of Cocoanut contemplation fur Miami ant quit a
Attend the Transfer of the Remains of the any little
has
1 'c Appropriate Ceremonies : or disease wblcb would Grove Is the possessor of a postal prospecting been done. to
preventa
Great Admiral by France to the United States i astating Many Miles of Farming proper discharge of the duties of I <-f nl bearing the antog'rajph: and a met location, aDd whetl advisability Miami oi the wanted undertaking sues

i am from General Nogl. ute great Jap-
The .sltlou.
Land-The Large Cities Escape Institution having
I autk /:l'neralho besetged aol capur an or nut bad tnnm -
All who have two
,
} I persons examine : "d Port Arthur from the and perhaps the Urgent part of
SCHOOL MATTERS Russians
"I'' 'I Damage From the Storm. fed! fir the position of clerk or earner i i I the correspondence with the origin*
and U now with Drama, Kurokl.! Oku
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within the
and fal.ed
i ii" past year topuss
(land! other famous Japanese ors of the scheme I would like umake >
Before
MIUTARY HONORS That Came I'p the Board at generals
r be reexamined !filing
may upon ;
Closing Session XldnJay.. battling -.ItL their enemy in Mancnuria. a statement of two o* three
applications In due time.
I things to the peopte.
i" '' .
F WERE EXCHANGED Dallas, Tex. July 6. Today's ad- This examination Is open to all cltl- .
1 have "
Beside the buslnesa'transacteol by The card came as a reply written repeatedly urged our superior
in the z -Its of the United States who comply I
vlcis from Montague
I the school board Monday, and men- county i with the by Joe Cheatham to General Nor! on advantages; as to a dry.u paraUeieJ 4
I I requirements.
i r: northern pan of the State, indicate
tioned In the Metropolis. of that afternoon From th April 7, and In which be asked tr sea-cuat atmosphere free from fh o-
that the tornado which swept that see- !! enables resulting from
the ofllowlag other matters received this great soldier to tell film something my. miasmatic or malarial dampness,
examination it Is expected that
one of the most i
the tlqn yt'Stt'rday"as about the capture of Port Arthur our unequalled amount of sunshine
i( Aid TboosamJi Assembled to Witness attention and action: will be and
destructlte that ever visited Texas.. certification made to existing .
'"\, A petition was received from the i I' and tulure'aunde8.. the Runro-Japanese war In general. unstinted pure water supply freedom M
Ceremonies "'ere Military Throughout Several were killed and
persons
residents of the Arch creek section For Instead of signing his own name he from any prevailing disease general. <,
t -Body V\H Be Brought to America asking that a school be establlsneJ many houRs demoll he.L the larger specimen application examination blanks full questions Instructions iilcnej that of his brother Harry T.Chealham. ..ealthfulness. etc. I have felt that If, "-
towns escaped:; luJul but: the country '
> a by Squadron for Final bterment.ft there. Tbej>eHJlon was granted with residents anJ property!suffered great- !', and Information relative to the duties and never expected a reply that company was orJantzeJ-u It ',

the condition that the people providea .. 1 and salaries of the different positionsI the letter being written more allan now Is-to establish a sanitarian ",

,, bulling suitable for school purposes. h' I! the location of the examination experiment or test than anything somewhere In the Southern States anJ
from Nocona that
A large petition from the citizensof Dispatches says I else went anywhere: else but 1.IIamiit wool*,
| room, application should be made to
fourteen persons were killed: in that )
Deerfield received the same action. But the answer came an I It would be the mistake of their lives. In coins -
in the
link the
of the
Paris. July 6.-Anotter The secretary board of examiners
J, vicinity telegraph and telephone I
this I have also
felt that If lam1faU'J
The superintendent was Instructedto Indicate that General Nogl is as
chain of friendship. binding together pulse are down end full reports are ] at the postoffice. a
I that
order all and business to get Institution it would
iff necessary school furniture Xo prompt like In his correspondence
application will bo
republics of the new and old ; lot -obtainable: but It U believed that accepted for be a mistake
the great atonVe. on our It will
?* sAn f I this examination unless as he Is In war. The part. bring ,
< worlds was (forged today when official appropriation of $145""as made the death list .'rill' be Increased when this received at card Is of French design ana around a class of people here that otherwise
x all poims In the levaamted district j office prior to 4 o'clock p. m., on '
France united/with representatives,ot to the Bond Lumber Co. for lumber [ July 15, 1&03.: : the borders of It Is a message In Chinese would not come at alt Not consump-
hare len beard from
|' the United States in paying respectto and material Ju'rnlshed for the schoolat '. I|i t Goo S. Donnell. letters which has not yet been airs of course the company would i

Loxshatchle,. 1 translated. Besides this be foolbh to admit such but personsof
the memory of the great AmericanAdmiral ; CLERK CARRIER ec-yFifth l".S.Chll Service District. message
An-exchange of teachers : ther ela the delicate health and persons who
ftl was made PQetoifce. Atlanta Ga.; au'otrraph of General l Nogl

tV, ceremonies accompanying, the transfer the school at Dania. and :Mist: Margaret Examination To Be Held In This City I while on the back of It Is this mes special provisions made for their com

;4 o of the Admiral's remalnl to the Freeman to Fort Lauderdale. on July :
custody of the'American naval author The board then adjourned to,hold a I tell you about the war, that the circumstances there Is a special climate to help them. r

spclal! meeting on Tuesday;july. t'nltedv i ARE at present Our sunshine, dry atmosphere pure
is Itlei ft>r, conveyance to the JUnlteJ 11Jaad, The States Civil ServiceCommisslou !' prevent me
to hold its next regular meeting oh the from doing so. .. N." water, etc" are splendid physicians
States occupied the greater part bf the announces that on but the poorest In
There I nurses all'creatioa.
day and attracted"ttnlimlteJ'attention .August... 3. date and pace! named above an exanlaation I' t 11=,1 \ntir. UAMPCIIUITILU ft are ,three_postmarks on..thevaiti. Wen\. .. -must havpBnm.. 1I1I1oA fnassist ,
'"" vi luciu ut-urius a diaa- --- r-- -
will V held Tor the positlons LLMII1V
t' la the French Capital. One Dollar Saved Represent churian these great free-given stimulants
Dollars :df clerk and cancer In the postoffice I name and date not discernable -
Earned? 9'* I of health and when we have It
An American naval escort of more aertIce.This though the other two one dater

:! .than*.fire hundred officers .Sand men The o average man does .L.tot save to examination offers an opportunity I Yokahoma. May 29. and the other at Miami built on the rock, stands without -
a for this
exceed ten percent of his earnings. He young I Senttle. Washington, June IS! are peer class of persons i
at Cher to
from the American squadron 1.rihtenerg.tic : perSons
"' must spend nine dollars in living expenses to interesting field of IAt Odessa Because Mutineers distinguishable. There Is no question The Biscayn Bay Company proposgp)
bong arrived In Paris by"special!pin E'ntt'r.U1! I In the sanitarium above named to
.for every dollar saved. That government employmect where the I about the genuineness of the card aad provide

at an early hour' this morning. The being the gate he cannot be toe careful s :arles compare favorably with those Have Threatened to Fire on .the Mr Cheatham says It would take quitea just such a place as this. and,we> '

visitors were met at the _Inval1J. about u necelllary"expenses.. Very often paid IB private emploim n sum of money to buy It. ought to help them.
City-Men Refused to Go to
Railroad Station by a detachment few cents properly Invested, like The salary of letter carriers In all It will be noticed that In autographIng The department made especially l for

buying seeds for his garden will cave' Manchuria tbe postal that the general spells the city and the usher physicians
French troops, who acted u escortto cities which contain a population of to Fight .
several dollars outlaj titter ojj.. It Is his name "NogaV! which Is probably will\ surely be of great advantage to
the barracks of the tffitary School .. 75.000 or more Is arranged la three
the same In buying Chamberlain's Col classes: First class 11,000 per annum;j proper though In variance with "No- us. There are many cases of sickness
;, which the government" placed at the Ic, Chorela and Diarrhoea In every where the
Remedy.. It second class. $$00 per annum; and gi, as It Is commonly spellej by correspondents community
disposal of the United States aallors'and. costs but a few cents and a bottle of it third class GOO annum. In cities and others. The name and patient ought to be gotten away from
$ per Theo; ..n. Crimea July 6. The Inhabitants
marines. At S-30 this afternoon' In the house often saves a doctor's bill containing Jess titan 75,000 population message on the reverse side of the the care and worry of the home and]
are leaving town In compliance -
of several dollars. For sale by the card are written In the noise of the nearby street to a:
bold English
Admiral SIgsbee. his staff an.a the entire there; are two classesc Second class with he order of the authorities plain
Red Cross Pharmacy and all medicine letters. This is not place of quiet ana rest '.This.department toss.
naval contingent proceeded to the $$30 per annum and third class (COOper "who fear that the mutineers of peculiar, "
JeFAlma. dealers.: annum! 'Appointments of letter however as nearly all of the Japanese affords such an opportunity.
American chorea on the Avenue the battleship Petomklne will cant Jd
the carriers are made to the class having' generals speak and write English Why not have the people who are hurt
where the ceremonies of, out their threat to open fire on the In accidents
THE. COUNTY COURT and otherwise sick ,
fluently.
delivery of admiral Paul Jones body ..'* the minimum rate of pay and promotions ,: city of Odessa this evening. Only ing this way Instead of people right cramJ
toile representatives of the American from the lower glade are made troops and officla's! remain here.
The case of Charles Grllrln from our own town going northward
took .charged to the at the
higher
government pbee The church next grade expiration I .
was thronged' with-distinguished with aggravated assault which was T>f <*'&.year's service, on certJIIcat for a hospital treatment We have a

'1 French naval an.l..dU officers: several placed-on trial yesterday forenoon-ip' ; of the postmaster to the efficien : MEN REFUSED TO I Facts About OdessaPopulation I corps of physicians and surgeons herthat *- ;r
the will do work which will
members of the cabinet and rep County Court,,etmtlnued thl'Qllgh. cy-and faithfulness of the employee GO TO THE FRONT be a credit -
the afternoon lUll ci Into this morning .. to themselves and our community If
< resentatives of various. patriotic,.societies. during the preceding year. A substitute -.
they have a place suitable la
rhea the jorytroughuln which
verdictof
a letter carrier receives a compen- Berlin July C.: A correspondentat Next to the two cap-
do It.
They have rhown their skill 1
1' The boJy lay in state In the chan guilty. sation of !1 per annum and the pro Katlowltz, Silesia says that but I l.alll. Petersburg and Moscow OJtsta -
'
"Ie The of the It, but no surgeon can
the- being case State vs. W. L. rata compensation cf the carrier is the third largest city in Russia safely-
., eel ol ,the church. ,casket sixteen men resigned from each comi j i .
of the Green on the same charge was then whose route he be !: hating a ation of 4-o.O)0 be- a wound In a dusty living room
covered with the national flags may required toj!i pnny of the LIthunia Life Guards rcg- plJ > < and Ito' .
I United Stater end France and a number placed on tri ltauJ resulted in an ac- sear 'A vacancy In the regular forced | Intent to go to Manchuria in June. |{ ins the must Important city and sea- : the very air Is alive with dis
initial though Im.mediately'upon germs. He may succeed but lie
of '
of handsome Coral emblem OfOf thg'defendant, ,carriers must b oaf rcruiation
receiving an.i the lif.
I era! Horace Porter. former Ambassador the vertjct of the senior eubslltnte. A i j Hiildiera from the other regiments re- ; [K.'UU| :lua. JU.OUOOngin .

'Ii to France; as custodian the Prosecuting Attorney :Xajlor filed an substitute clerk is paid at the rate of I fused l to enforce the orders and compel I Founded by Catherine II. I of the patient This sanitarium will.furui.sh

I body,'the recovery of welch was JueJ other information against bta, charging compe *atlon not exceeding the com them to do '0. "* liD IT>-'. lying on a pUtrau 130 feet a place to perform these operations -t+
; wl-h all the best" and latest Intintlons -
entirely to,his efforts, made a brief the carrying a concealed\ weapon penaatlon of the abaer-t clerk or em-| : high, (rum which a magnificent flight -
Finally the Cossacks were called of science.
upon
was
address previous to turning over the and he :"remanded back to ptoyee whose place he tacea. The sal- { I uf stairs named after the drst goeruur. -

J body to Franclss B. Loomis. the special aries of clerks at the posiolttces v try and the mutineers fired on tbe* Cossacks the Due dc R'cheiieu leads downto Now the question is. what can we-

representative of the United States I Andrew Wilson aggravated.... assault, according to the clan of work to be I who returned the fire. Fourteen the beach. do 10 get! this Institution? Mr. u. B.

r I, government He later In torn 'commissioned w-as taken up next and tha.case was performed and the size of the office. .were Kiilc.l u< f ire ibese resistingwere Chief Industries Tbe Industriesof Metier, the manager', of Philadelphia..

Rear Admiral Slgsbee; commander : on triil at the Aooi. adjournment but range from $400 to $1.000 in the arrE'l>tcd. the city which are responsible for rites me that over 300 shares of the

,j of the American escorting I Will Thomas. eharged.wlth the'mor- I smaller offices to as high sa $1,7001 its rapid growth are fiodrtnlluXobac- i "ocfc hive been subscribed for by thee

squadron to transport the body to I der of Henry Lee. allis "Sl Ieeter,.alt per aura In the larger offices. All AN ACCURATE CENSUS' co biscuit match Iron tad machinery i-'of' the company and much

: the United States.. A salute was fired Homestead last Monday morning was" original 'appointments of clerks are i works. It U'the principal grain exporting .> .'. v promised on condition that

... eight American marines shouldered arraigned before Judge Heyser this afternoon made at the minimum salaries. Within a few Jays enumerators will port on the Black Sea, 6,000 Miami people caa be found who win

the comn and carried it to an artniery l for preliminary examination. The examination will consist of the' vessels calling there aanuan,.. take at'least 100 shares. The shares
: He waived examination Iud be active throughout the State taking I ,,e J:00 (.;ch, value. This.
1 was re- par not
caisson on which It was publicly sublets petitioned below: weightedas Exports and Imports Aannal ex-j I
i manded' :back to jail witnesses the census as ordered by the late leg fakir; for a donation but it Is offer
conveyed to the Esplanade, of tip Indicated: I ports amount to IGO.000,000. grainforming SB -

the Inv'alides. The route of the ftt I being recognized for appearance before 1. SpeQlng (twenty words of aver islature. Taking the census of a stateIs 75 per cent; Imports $30.000.- i of what promise to be a good ?4

cession wu through the Champ El/-' : the ned grand jury. age difficulty in common 1IH', 10. not an easy matter or at least one 000. paying Investment The prospectus; U

sees and across the Alexander bridge r 2. Arithmetic (simple teats In addition that can be accurately none fOr the Architecture City contains many In the hanufeof "number of leading

halting before the tomb of Napoleoit .:' CHOLERA INFANTTJM subtraction, multiplication, and rae on that many 'persons will not I fine buildings. Including the Cathedral. citizens c: the rwtt sat one tall b* .

is Houses an along the route displayedthe 1, division of whole numbers and in answef the necessary questions or Bourse three theatres.Governor's palace seen at My octYIt u:>rto cam to-

American colon and the sidewalks Child Not Expected to Live From One common and decimal fractions, and give 'the- correct number in their family municipal library 25 orthodox x examine It The Institution if built

.f" were thronged with sightseers who Hour to Another, but Vaa Cured by United States money). JO. Why Is a mystery, but experience in I churches and numbers of monasteries r will bring from thirtr to fifty taooa-

' stool with bared bead as the procee.t Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and Di- 3. Letter-writing ( a letter of not past years has demonstrated this fact and synagogues.Education and dollars of oatsld capita to Miami -

.. e aioa passed. t, arrhoea Remedy. less Hjan> 125 word on some abject to bq true. Novo Rosslky Unlvrs- which meats much for oar mechanics

, Arriving at the tomb ot Nspoleow ..t." >- of general Intel'@lL Competitors willbe Such a disposition as this causes annoyance Ity. founded In 1854, and teaching all anJ merchants. They pro,

: \ t the offla- "was deposited oa*. high Ruth the I1ttl, daughter of E. N. permitted to select one of two ,'delay and Inaccuracy. The branches 100 students"on Its rolls. pose to keep It open the year round. :r

.' catafalque, surrounded by !laP and! Dewey of AgnewvUle, Va. was seriously subjects"given), 20. last government census was badly I I I pot this letter oat because a number '

:., jBowtra and an entire division "ofFrench HI of cholera Infantnm last summer"We 4. Penmanship (the handwriting butchered on account of the many BOYNTON BRIEFS came to me Inquiring about the

.ftl troop passed la review before gave bee .uP and did not ex Pen of the competitor in the subject of stubborn and disagreeable persons en- matter before 1 knew anyulng very

the body. After rendering military her to live from one hour to another" copying from plain\ copy will be co countered, and such no doubt, will Interesting Batch of Personal News definite bat the last letter from Mr. t

honors to_the dead,the holy was planed he says. "I happened to talnf of sidered with special reference to the be the experience ot the present enumerators From This TJp-Coast Neighbor.The Keller gave the above facts which I

I.; on an open raOvay cap: guarded b; Chambertala's .Colic "'Cholera and DIarrboeoi elements of legibility, rapidity neatness In every couaty in the State.It. Glorious Fourth ls BOW a thing thought you would like to know I have t

. a French and American' escort. Ten Remedy' and got a bottle *fIt general appearance .etc.), 20. however, is a duty the people owe of the past "Turkey day" cornea only been connected with 1sla that i

. o'clock tonight Is the boor fixed tot from the store. In five hours 1_". E. Copying from plain copy t a simple as citizens to promptly give all the next In line. I have urged the projectors to come .

the departure of the' luDfftJ car for a change for the better. W' kept on test In copying accurately a few necessary i Information, u without it Mrs. Ceo. Hall spent the Fourth la this way la looking for a location and 7 r

,. Cherbourg. Arriving there the body giving It and before she had taken.the printed lines in the competitor's handwriting the correct! population cannot be ob West Palm Beacbthe peat of fries Ja. am very glad that the prospect are

will be transferred to the' flagship half of one email bottle she wag welL" ), 10. tained. Quite a crowd enjoyed a picnic to so good for Its location here. So If >

Brooklyn with appropriate oeremonlem. This remedy Is for sale by the Red 6. United States geography ( relative The enumerators no doubt are men Manalapan cottage on the ocean you are interested In getting U or ta

r Cross Pharmacy and an medicine dealers. to the boundaries of States and of Intelligence. If not. lacy should I beach Tuesday. AU report a good time helping It I will be glad to tell yea :Ys,t

"_. >1'. f8EARCY t to capitals. largest clUes, rivers another d be. They should also be men who will I anJ plenty of good things for alt anything I caa and help both yon sod ti

Chamberlain's Copra, Cholera. and M- ,... bodies of water, and the location not shirk their duty but visit every Cullen Peace spent Monday and them.

.. 'arrhoea Remedy-the Best In .. CHAUTAUQUA by States of prominent dties, etc.)JO. home and make effort to geat each and Tuesday In Miami attending to boil )I. V. BROWN.

Existence. 7. Reading addresses (teat In readIng every name together with the oth/r ness.

T. 1[.. .''Wood manager of "the 'WblteC4ut Searcy Ark., July 6.-The Sunday. the names and addresses on 25 information they will be Instructed to Mr. Sheppard, agent for Wilson a BUY IT NOW ,

News. Beebe. Ark."Is a representative school Chautauqua of the Seventh International cards ta different handwriting 10. obtain. :Those absent from the county Toomer Fertilizer Co.. of Jacksonville

acouthern business man.,who district opened here todaywith Total. 100. and State should be reached if It Is was In the city last week. Now I. the time to bay Chamber

I does not itesltaU" In expressing his a Urge attendance from Missou Age limit all po.ltlO1l"IS to 45years. possible to do so, and In this way Mr. James McKay and Miss Estella adds Colic. Cholera and Dlerrno .t

'" 'good opinion of a well known remedy: ri. Tennessee. Kentucky Arkansas,, make the report accurate and correct Harper took In.the celebration at Remedy. It U certain to o* needej

" He says It gives: me pleasure toommen4 rec- Texas. "Mississippi. Indian Territory All applicants male and female.must I A well prepared census Is a valuable West Palm Beach the Fourth.E. sooner or later anJ when that time {

Chamberlain'f Colic Cholera Oklahoma and Louisiana. The sea have the medical certificate lathe thing; an Inaccurate one Is worth 0. Painter of Jacksonville was tomes yon will need It ba Uy-you will .. .

and "'Diarrhoea Remedy, having used son's programme includes addresses application blank executed. Male less. Therefore let every person la In town Saturday. The E. 0. Painter need It quickly Buy It 'BOW. It may " .
It my self and- 1n my family with the by William J. Bryan '0( Nebraska; applicants must be at least 5 feet 4 the State, Dade Cv.nty. especially. Fertilizer Company's souvenirs avery n fare I1f" For sale by Red Cross Pbar- *

best results.' 'la fact I bebere It to ta Champ. Clark. of Missouri; the Rev Inches In height In bare feet and ....lat.ID the compiling of a true and unique as well as usefuL macy and all medicine dealers. >t

1,, best remedy of the kind In existence.." Sam Jones. of Georgia: the Rev. Dr. weigh Dot less than 125 pounds.. full report without any error or dereptfon R. }I. Rousseau and was Kenneth **

Sold by the'Red Croat Pharmacy ass 1 Hamll. of Tennessee, and other speakers The PostoQce Department has stated .' whatever tacts and not ana Ivan spent Monday In West Palm Mr. Loomis denies that he U belnc 1"I

an medicine dealers. ,..., of national prominence. that no person *ho is defective'. Knesset are "hat are wanted. Beach. sent abroad. a horrible uamp ... I I1HE


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