The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00109
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00109
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Deputy Sheriff Gore la About the Busiest 1 am very much pleased with the
business we are getting." salj Mr.Xlmanlea. .
night Miss Annie \%eber enter "and more especially the
IS PROGRESSING tained'a large number of young people cordial reception our brands are being

About'pie hardest worked man lathe at her moiher's home on the i received by smoker We intend* to

feeding bnslnecs'ln Miami these Boulevard with a delightfully swell make our brands the best and aa the Present Term>>f County
FINELY days Is Deputy Sheriff-Goi!. It cornea party the rooms being beautifully arranged There are few cities If any. that soon as we are In a position to handle

In his line of duty to feel the prisoners with ferns and roses the din- are making more rapid s'triJes than It we will solicit '
confined In the county jail and. Ing room commanjlng special admiration most of the present business la local.
aa he has over fifty boarders In that for its unique and artistic effect. the city of Miami. Everywhere you though within the past few months Already Sentenced'to Terns :*;.ii

hostelry It Is no easy mater. Mr. On the wall of this room was a large look you will see new buildings being we have been receiving some nice or-, '

[ Florida East! Coast Gore says that he does not have his pink heart and each guest was supplied erected, for private public and den from cities out of the State." Aggregating Eight Years. 1

/ menu cards printed in French neither with a small heart, and a plo business purposes. You will see tAe If this. company continues to succeed # '
Third does he encourage the practice of tip. the fun commencing when the blind- business houses In comings, year aa It has. during : .
On the TripAcross being enlarged and
Dred9e ping the waiters. The meals come In folded Tlctlm wa aiming for the center the year Just past they will be workIng l Although the present''term of De 1"I
courses, one course coming In the of the large heart Iltsa Rosalie otherwise altered In order to better facilitate a force equal to some of the large I county court la still.,ln session with .$

the Bay. morning and the other In the after Quarterman was the successful contestant the handling of the ever Increasing factories of the Statejind thereby add several more prisoners to try for various M:

41 noon aa 'a matter of course. ; Miss Mildred Romfh carrying trade. The latest to be forced ing a large weekly pay roll which offenses ,those already senteaeej

The boarders seem to take kindly to off the booby. to make room for their business I.Xlm.nlee will be distributed among the merchants by the roan win furnish.the eovaty
: Mr. Gore's services as his house Is After an entertaining song by Misses la this city. gang with a large fares which wilt
flannel Being Completed to 120 kept pretty wen crowded. He la ar- Lucy and WilUe: Collier, and piano Bros., manufacturers of the come in bandy right aow la the en..he .- "
Little EnDa cigar. To'full, appreciate r
Feet in ,Width and Will Have Inith ranging to give his patrons an outing solos by Mrs. E. T. Bytngton. MIa OFFICERS TO GET REWARDS. road building operations whack
\. In a few days and will take thirty Edelweiss Price nf MIcanopy. FUuanJMiss the advancement of this enterpriseyou thee cent la now carrying o... t

_, of 3,000 Feet Which or more of them up the line to view Lucy Collier, Italy games were must go back to a year ago when No Law Passed By' Last,.Legislature There have been twenty-three cost ,
the country. and give them a chance Indulged >n. that concern commenced the manufacturing vtctlona In. the county court Bad Jodg y'
Preventing it.
as 16 Feet of Water. to break a few rocks to assist In their Those present were Misses Irene of cigars. I Heyser: has dealt Justice out la ..brasdoses

digestion and to promote their appetites. and Markste, Jandonjloaalle and Kath- I to th.,various,offenders, except
leen Qnarterman Lucy and Willie When Mr. Ceo. Xlmaaies snivel I Within the past few clara there has when he struck aj concealed weapass. I'Sewell's
"" Collier Mildred Romfh race anj Isabelle here he set to work at a..bench la a been considerable talk In regard to case, when be gave the ones gnflty of

The Florida"East..Coast dredge Is Garrett, Katie MeLendon Geor- '12x15 foot room to make a reputation officers of the law being prohibited that offense the llmlUa order to breaJkr
m pounding away on.the ship,chan L, ; cine HoaMnsoiOJllIan (!Crawfordjalth for his company; bow well he sueceedel i from accepting rewards for,the,retarm np the habit'especially with thsj 1 laws
I to the sea and Is as usual making 'SPECIAL TERM Paris; Margaret Jackson EJelweisa can be"seen by the fact that of criminals ....... claiming that such less class. There are several taorw J

progress. It I. ,now on Its last Price Cornelia Leffler,, and Miss Alice in ins than two months another haaj a law was paaaed daring the recent eases oa the Jocket. and, the Vat vflt

if across the bay, taking a cut of An order was ercelved last FrJiay Baldwin, of Key '"West; Messrs, .Tom had to be put on. and from that time term of the, Legislature. Yesterdaya be Increased to nearly thirty' befar.
Jlrtj feet wide- a depth of from at the county clerks office xrom Judge McGahey. Stanley Wakeley. N. D. extra employees have been added mttrUl representative of. the lletropoUa the week la out '

twelve' and one-half to sixteen feet" Minor 8. Jones at Titusvflle; caning a -Coatea. Jim Clopton. Jessie Walters today they are working seven meL called on Hon J. W. Watson and The following U a Mat of those who'
dept!!. :Nothing bat the sand Is special session of the circuit court in Harold Belcher, Craver Bryan. John During the first week, aad until asked him If. he" remembered any. have received sentences, all of whoss

ing removed, that going down. This to sniform and for Dade county on Monday, July Gardner. David and WOdermaa Caldwell more help was added this company thing about such a law. and he said: are of the colored persuasion
fifteen feet.
depth of 17th,' at 10 o'clock, and commanding: T, 3. Overton. Sam and Walter turned out 1.500 cigars a week. today "It seems to me that that bin waadefeated Tom King. '60"'days;-:-Arthur.Noiesv t{
tile third, trip that Captain will Dodge that an grand anj petit Juror draws Vanlandlngham, Jones and Mort their output la something over 10.000. In the Ronae.I remember CO days: John McKlnaey.: 30 days-
it be
made and with complete
i i required width. H. will go I.the at the close of the last term of court Courtney.The : On account of the large orJers coming saying something against It. It that Win Saaches. 60 days; Columbus...

I made by the Boss dredges; and appear for service. young hostess win leave soon I In and others In sight the company law went Into effect there would be no ehe&.'M days; Nesbit Har.le1LlO.laJ'8;

_n be will torn and remove the rock 'The summoning 'of the craoJ{jury 'for idgevIlle. C... where she will will have to put on more help Inducement for officers to look np antarrest Isaac Wright. 60 days: Alex Davis. i0 x
J the depth of eighteen feet. means that Judge Jones Intends to enter college for the coming year. and In order to Beat them they have : criminals from other sections Jays; Henry Mayfleld., 60 Jays: Caa&

'The dipper dredge In the eat at the take np criminal cases at this special been forced to seek larger quarters, ,, of the <<..trr.- Williams, to days; John Williams Ie

Ide Is removing. rock crushed term though It had been announced Cofiege graduates are being'told that with the result that they have signed 'Other than the above Mr. Watsondid day.; Sam Summer'fleldJO days: : Alex: y9

;the rock breaker, and is* almost that only civil cases would be heard In the future, they will be cited on to a lease with W. W. Front for the not say. It.. to be hoped- that "Walters days; Albert WOllaina.

a with the old shore line on the ., at the next term. The fact that court settle Industrial disputes. Needless to ltont',b illdllllr which UJxHng. erectedon such a law was defeated. Jays; A. Wilson, one year: Charts ,

.Jde. The rock taken from, the la ordered: to convene at this time is and that they think they will be equal Thirteenth' street I Griffin ,./>oe- year: J>hn Wilson ODe
i U still being dumped, In the:inside I. not,understood. to the occasion." i' Mr. C. L. Xlmanlea who la the head Georgia la clamoring for Immigration. year; Henry Stokea.flve months:,R. ,
j bay,out of the line of the Chan- 'of the company, stated to a I..trop-I|I It might cite aa an Inducement sell Unwell six months; George Graham .! .
., but as soon as there is water deep oils reporter today that the new bull J t I the action of the mob which took I six: months; Mamie Wheeler flv* a
.ugh in the channel at the mouth, !FACULTY IS ANNOUNCED FOR i Ing would be 25x75: feet, two stories j I eight prisoners from Jail and lynched months; Mamie McPhersoa. ....

kit surplus rock'and < sand 'will oerawed I high and for the.present they would them. months; Bertha Jenklaa..,.'months ,
sea and i -- --" -- -- ----- -- -. ------ --- .- .'
oat to the dum"" THE : : - -----;--
[The tide coming a'the cut Is some- FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

ng fierce when U is at its strongest
.J it 'is' sometimes all the tugs care
[go against" when they bate a heavyIDADEliOUNIYaRCUIT The Board of Control waa busy all normal department and professor of .

day Saturday in Tallahassee with the philosophy and pelagog;. .

,. difficult task of selecting the facultiesof 8. M. Tucker Ph. D.
; professor of '.
the new State educational Institutions English language and literature.J. a va
brought Into being by the Buck- { UIUOf
I man bill. German. C Calhoun and Romanic A M languages.. professor of {ROyal.

Creek and Latin '
,, the new University of Florida *
tiR[ -NEXT WEEK' Cerome 1Ic e11. Ph. D.. professor of
t the following is the tacuity
President. Dr.AnJrew_ SleeI.!. Ph. D. chemistry and biology. Shoe for Men.
Arthur Williams; A .M, professor
Professor .
of history> Thomas: .1..1.I
,... of history and political science. .
Professor of English and literature,
,'CIrcuit Court will convene In .a
E -K. Smith A. M., professor of I

be It I session.made* 'probable to In clear Miami'that the next an,'criminal Monday attempt J C.M.Professor Calhoun Farr. A.of M.modern, languages, J. :. and mathematics.flu assistant Mary Apthrop A. B., librarian has no equal at the pri $3.50 "

in Latin.
about fifteen cases Professor of agriculture, Charles M. ,
key There are
Conner, B. 8. A. Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, matron. ,/' ..
the criminal docket of the circuit """" !
one of'them being a murder Professor of chemistry, E. R-Flint. NORMAL DEPARTMENT .
*Ig !_ ,
that of WU1 Thomas, for the B. 8. Professor Buchholz,. dean, aaslsted
I' of Henry Lee..Thin crime was Assistant professor. of chemistry A. by Mrs. J.'C. Compton M. E.L., MIa a r

nttted at Cutler a couple of weeks W. Blair. :j' Mary Sydney Johnson A-B.. Miss An-
and will not occupy the attention Second assistant professor of chemistry : nie Chairea kindergarten department. Having the style an'd'finiSh of a S5.00 shoe tC
B. H': "Brydgea. ,
.the. court :,err long. The1' other To be supplied teachers of primary 4, ,.4wearing i.,.
+ Professor of physics J., R. Benton
are, of minor-Importance>and- A-B. methods and director of, !model school, like iron and giving solid ,comfort
but that the session y.
i Is no doubt teacher of domestic science and manna :
called to disposed, the, Davis Professor of mechanical engineer- lralnlng' ,teacher of Jrawlng and I.
der case. Hctwevpr/'uoleN theo Ing. M. T. Hochstruser..BS.. 'painting teacher of vocal music anti has made this one by far the most 'popular .
Professor of civil engineering c: II. i
jury presents an Indictment voice culture and instrumental tnualcf ;
i ease.wUJ, not :'come up* Cox..B.: 8.. and teacher of elocution and physical shoe on the market ..
n. following 1a'a list of the Jurors Professor ot,..-mathematics. Karl culture.It (//t
summoned 8chmi.lt. A. 11'; Ph. U. 3 50 .
by Sber-
wa. now being .
baa been decided
establish a at the j
:J'robock:' Professor of zoology .E. H. Ballard prijp ,
S.. L. Metcalf. Geo.. W. KoseL.J.ft Professor of botany f. M- felts normal' department at the University ... J
of Florida,
"' and E. H. Ben-
Bowers, W L-:Brae knelt E.; N. B. S. i nefl has been selected as dean. He ,Jr.: ... .
bb.J I. Craig B, p; Moody. J. COLLEGE I j '
: yin name his assistants and submit
S? Rogers Win.Whldden. W. A-Can- A. ,A. Murphrce. presidentL ;.tEem to a future meeting of the Boardof :: :: .r. Best by Tosh '
n/W. H. Comb Cbaa. H. Miller, :
,.W;' Bnchohlz A. )(.. dean of the ,Control for confirmation. H :: \
:'WI. Fenton. W. HA Marshall. J.
.Canl, C. O. Richardson. A. L. l ** "
eo; J, B.Goodmul.A. Lasseter. THE FIRST CAR OF CANNED FRUIT '
1 11;
.a- Facet Wnu. Beim. 1.,T. Nor Try Pair and bi Convince
W. It.,Dyne J.. A.,Peeler, L. a
; ,
..'Cole W. A. Cooper. B. .A. Cro3e SHIPPED FROM DELRAY THIS WEEK

,.f? Wr Chapman J. E.Crotch.

|ld, 8, ,jr. Andrews, R. E.' PaJgett.If. .
/ Ennis. J., A.' SmltX W. H. Tuesday July 1L marked another Y-,' the price pall for the car being

e, J. ,C. Platt. II, T. Grant.. important period, In the p.rogress.manufactur'ng >I3.JR5.
tfhere are now fifty Inmates of the I.' In. addition to the car load of fruit "v
;Sevelopment and rapidly
e',county Jan ,but many 'of them just shipped, the company now has
'. before the county, court, and,the developing! business interests of,Dade about ten car loads more already canned J. Sewell & Bro .
ket of that court ls DOW being rap- county and more especially: that enterprising and stored, only awaiting the arrival .. :

By cleared by Judge Heyser.This community of Delray, the of cases in order that they may

.- term, wm be the' first appear- location of tIe Planters''Packing and also be shipped. Orders are also on .
> la the Dade count circuit court hand for this amount and the entire .
Preserving Company.The
Sole Block Store
.. 'Prosecuting" Attorney John C. lot will be shipped In a few .da,.. Agerit Biscayne
factory ahlpped'GO Tuesday of .
who was'recently appointed to This means that an .mount'aggregating
position although be was elected this week its tint sold car of manufactured v.i
4 between $30.000 and 140.000 baa .
Twelfth Street
336 Florida ,-
; the 'primary last year.. Mr. Jones products. It was composed been paid Into a Dade county mane t
'snaking, a moat excellent prosecnt of 1.010 cases, containing,21.240 cans factnrtng concern, 'which. If shippedIn 1. '

'officer, good reports coming from of fmltwetghlng something over twenty the old way, would probably not
> counties where he baa been'en- tons,' or,40.000 'pounds.-.'and }was have netted one-fourth that 'amount. .

since receiving his. appoint sold to the large wholesale firm of R. And the operations of the concern :; .
C. Hemingway ft: Co.:of Syracuse K. have only fairly began. -

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1 1.4. I A MAN AND HIS WIFE VALUE OF NEWSPAPERS doubt that the new negro U a lawless '

MIAMI METROPOLIS I J I bring and he is a liar If he says he Is CORONER'SJURYMAKES .

-. ,- ............ not.
Pvbilshed George LIndsey, of New York, was J. Angus McDonald, an authority on
Every Friday In the Metro I "The negro! preacher must counte-
baled before Magistrate ingginbotbam advertising, thus expresses himself on
ells Building. I Dance wrong living, wrong action and A REPORTIN
charged by Mrs. Lindsay with having the value of a newspaper to a community
Iitii:frrl"S.: :StJlruu almost Indorse crime to be permitted
R E B U Area abandoned her and her baby. Before :

e The Miami Printing Company desertion he haJ allowed his wife only "The value of a live newspaper to a cent to preach preacher to this Is denounced new negro.If he A Je-attempts THE DAVIS CASE: :

thirty-five cents a day for the supportof community is often underestimated."It .
to ad,lie and instruct as relates s
ntered at the Postofflee> at Miami.
herself and baby while be himself comes pretty near being the most
to the Inner life and plead for
Fin econd-class matter.
u feasted on porterhouse steaks and fancy powerful force In Its neighborhood.

.The most Southern newspaper published I foods. Lindsay pleaded guilty, but E>er)boJy with a good eyesight and'j 1 the the life chastity and thought of women of men.and purity In I Does Not Lay the Crime at the Door of Any Certain

ont>!"f'd in eitennatlon hisIfe'll neglect ten the least degree of brains read j ,
on the mainland ef the United | .It" not the white mans prejudicei ,
of her duties and the Infliction ofa ,I a live and thousand are j jInCurnrcil \
f States: mOlherln.la.After' hearing the newspaper by Its every issue. j i] lynching or mistreatment of the negro Person. Out Announces That It Has Reasons to '
that will destroy him half as fast IIi
One year......................*2-00 charge and pica of each the Magistrate "A pretty fair test of the progressand i
his bad conduct and habits and love
Biz months.................... 1-00 pronounrej this judgment: "I sentence Intelligence of a city Is the an- j)i of Immorality." Suspect Two Persons Now in Custody. '
L yon to take your wife and baby to Pfa ra nee of Its o..paPf'ra.'bf'n !i 1
Those paying In advance will receive -Coney Island one lay -each o.elt to the principal paper is dull barren of i This Is a severe arraignment of the

a year's subscription for $1.50, kiss your wife onre at lean each day. I news and barren of advertisements j negro by a negro and those 'III ho know "\Ve further find that we have reason ; s isable for the cofuucr'a: jury to

and six months' rabscriptlon for 75cents. the facts know there Is much truth to suspect two : who ar* .U-r
and to pay her 1C each week. I sug- I you may safely conclude that It Is a i persons its verdict ail prepare the
Thin Is a liberal discount to Induce gest that you take her a bunch of pretty dull neighborhood. When the j in It. Among the younger generationof now In ciuiouy.. ether cue or both rfhem. fur submission to the grand na-I

j I strictly: advance' payment I flowers once In a while. Ton are commanded paper shows energy and progress In negroes there U a growing diirposl- ." i i TaU was accordingly decided

: JUL.Y 14, 1905. I not to ailow; your mother-in- its news.. editorial and advertising colnmns j, lion to shirk honekt labor to live In This was the substance of the rev and the jury met yesterday :

law to Interfere with your household i It Is a pretty fair guess that the j| Idleness which I..ads.to. crime and to diet[ of tbe coroners jury empaneled I II at :3 o'clock and rendered its .
i easily immoral influences. NevI I on the :!!Gth day of Jane, to
This hoUs for Ylelftto Inquire Inj j This relieves the of
There's plenty of work in Miami arrangements. sentence town supporting such a paper is lib- coroners jury
weeks and wife I er bt'forvas there such opportunity to the murder of C. E-Davls and his j further responsibility ia the ant
6 for mechanics the right kind. four and you your t-ral. energetic and good to live In. saes. ,
are to report here four weeks from "A newspaper Is an absolute: dally. for general employment or a greater !daughter Elate D. Davis, and whlca j i puts It up to the grant jurytuay

Hake that new city charter effective today. If yon do not obey the sentence essential In the life of every Intelligent demand for labor, yet In the face of ,' telj Jally sessions up to a few dan I 1| whether or not there is sufficient erl-

\) as soon as pocslble Miami needs It, yon will be In contempt of court : person. A dally life without a these facts the number of Idle negroes II' ago In Its efforts to find evidence | Jence against the two negroes to warrant \

and needs it badly and I will punish.you." I dally newspaper to read would soon' seems to be growing.Credit I upon which the hor-'Ve crime could | their going to trial for this infamous -

Excellent Judgment. If the Magis degenerate Into a dally routine-worse however should be given fce trrced to the par/ or parties F&iy: |1. crime It la not known JistI

If Oyama landa that other blow for trate can enforce 1L The wife Is will- than that Into 'a dreary Jally exist those negroes who are Industrious and of Its commission when an adjourn-,I what evidence the Jury baa at hind
law-abiding, and there are many such. ment was taken for thirty days In order I but It Is evidently sufficient to warrant
which he Is squaring off. an armistice Ing. Hear this pathetic statement: ence. The new of the world must be
wll hardly be necessary. "I am so glad ,Magistrate Hlggln- had and there Is but one source of information Much If not most of the hard labor, to allow th eantltortties time to I j i the taking of the men before the grand
-the such u railroad construction, ditching fully Investigate and raj down ceruin[;JUI'J.
botham told George he must kiss me. newspaper.
dirt digging sewer laying rock clues and bits ft evidence discovered. Judge Heyser. who conducted the ,
i. A Jacksonville hackman has been 1 would rather he did not have to be "Domestic happenings and local gossip -
breaking. hodcarrylng. phosphate mining In view, however, that there la little examination of the witnesses before
hauled up and fined because he refused told but It Is so long since I have been are to be learned and from the
railroad section work furnace likelihood of any farther evidence bong the coroners jury and all of the evidence
to leave a baD came with two kissed that any kind would be better same source-the newspaper.
1 "The labor etc. la performed by negroes. dlscoverei aid as the Circuit submitted and this he wHJ$ for
brain must be fed like
passengers when he saw four In sightIt than none. And maybe he will turn daily
Most of the washing, scrubbing and Court baa been ordered to assetnlto nick to the grand jury. If it so desires
the body. The elemental food consistsof
may be law but It Is pretty touch sweetheart again If he does as the
cooking la done by negro women. In criminal tentoo oa next MosjJay or If not. the witness win be cUed
to make a fellow take a half loaf when Judge says. I am ready to help my IdeasJmpresslonsAnd every day the
There are many Industrious negro far morning. July 17. it was deemed ad- personally before it
fee can see a whole one In algSt"Miami husband obey orders." newspaper Is looked over for foreign rfro
and In the cotton and rice fields.In .
news, local news bargain news war men
And what of the husband This la .t.w.Nw. .
la the liveliest little city I news, and the many different kind of the turpentine orchards, lumber r www.wMw
have what he says: news that to make the live mills and logging camps the negro !s
struck In Florida. remarked a go np Verdict of the t Coroner's
traveling man yesterday who la Just Kiss my wife because I must! Not newspaper."In the chief laborer aa a rale. Many Jury.

on your life. Jan for me rather than short millions in property have been accumulated I 1
BOW concluding a trip over .the State. everybody who amounts to
lose my freedom to Has when and by the negroes and the number
Mea ef this class are amour the moat anything reads the newspaper therefore r
whom I choose. who own their own homes la In-
capable of judging the conditions ot'a an up-to-date dally publication
'plaec. and when they ante aa assertion Kissing on compulsion can barfly wields an influence that cannot be creasing. "In the matter or the inquest of C. E. Daris and 1

i of this kind It Is worth something." be satisfactory.: Hearing her husband's measured and quite impossible to secure Let us give the negro credit for Elsie 1). Davis, deceased, we find that deceased were !.

;. defiant remarks Mrs. Lindsay reflectively In any other way." what he haa done and la .doing and
murdered in their home on the night of June 24 A. :
observed Tunny isn't It. howa ,
The Live Oak Democrat cans the attention let us remember his Inherent disadvantages -
of fiddlers to the fact that the man will change. She was thinking 1 HOME INSURANCE and weaknesses, running D. 1905, and died from pistol wounds'then inflicted. j

sew state law says they are vagrants. of the golden days of youth and through the centuries. But we may "We further find that we have reason to suspecttwo

This Is probably the first time the love when George came a-woolng. While the Metropolis believes that do this while condemning the faults
law has called them such though the Then kisses there were in plenty and the handling and storing of gasoline he can easily remedy and Insisting persons who are now in custody, either one, or <.

creat- majority of,the people have George could hardly get enough. But and other explosives aa now practiced that the Idle and the vicious the Immoral -: both of them. The grand jury of the county having !

always held them In that opinion. now-"funny. Isn't It, bowman will In the city of Miami, breaks many safeguards and the dlhonest. of whom been summoned in special session, presumably to inquire -

"'Show ltDe a fiddler and I will, show change." A man may hardly notice and that more and better precautions there are too many, shall be punished ,
you. a vagrant" Is an old adage. when he leavesoff the habit of kissing should be taken to prevent or made to work. The Atlanta preacher into this crime, we, after having made the ;t

e his wife, but his wife does, and disaster and destruction from it. It I Is right The negro Is his own most diligent and searching inquiry possible up to f

The true function of an advertisement though she may not complain the does not approve of the actions of the worst enemy. If be Is not saved' this time, do :tender to that body our heartiest cooperation ,1

Is to draw attention; to create shadow of pain lingers long. None appreciates Southeastern Tariff Association In demanding against himself he Is lost The degenerates
and the results in detail of '
a desire to purchase; to bring forth the kiss more than the wife that it be moved from the make the trouble, encouragerace our investigation ;

the request for further particulars; who has begun to fade. Man Is a selfish city entirely. enmity and create antagonismsthat and to aid them fn their further inquiry. t

but the absol clenching of the deal, thoughtless sort of a brute, even This association wields a powerful i are dangerous to the race. A.. HEYSER.

the securing of the order. Is beyond when he does not mean to be unkind. Influence In every city of the South]; i !A

'the province of printers' Inks and But as to Grarge Lindsay. Will the some of them it practically rontrol.j THE LUST OF CRIME County Judge and Acting Coroner. 'It

should rent with the advertiser alone. Magistrate send him to jan If he refuses by hurling into the deI I E. C. GAUNT. 11

--BrltlshMvertleet. to obey his order! And can be mands for certain: legislation and I I T. E. CHEATHAM. ,

send a man to Jail for refusing to kiss things with the stereotyped threat I The Bartow Courier-Informant commenting J. G. CROSLAND, II
his wife! In he meantime Mrs. i it upon the several rectnt atrocious
poor that unless done the Insurance poll-
In 1904 we bought 5043.000:! worthof I S. A. BELCHER
andaolj Jndf ay will nave to go naVssed. But I\j del will be canceled rates raised I crimes In this State, anj suggesting 1
goods, wares, etc. from Japan, 't S J. B M'KENZIE. ,
the of that la the fortune or misfortune of' to an exorbitant figure.! No municipality remedies for the correction "
Islanders nearly $29,000,000
our products. But for the exaction of many wives.A i can afford to defy It. for the and alleviation of such deeds, saya: P. B. ii\\ ;

our tariff laws, we"should probably sake of Its own interests and those of "Ten days ago an atrocious Jouble Jurors.
Its citizens. Especially this true In murder was committed at Miami. Fla. h.. ..........tt,. : cJ
buy more"! from the Japanese, and re MONSTER BATTLESHIP = 1
large cities. Mr. C. E. Davis a good citizen who __ .
dproca111 sell them more. There Is
a vast amount of trade In the Far East But It need not be so in smaller stood high In the community In whichhe
and the I'nlted States must get much The able landlubbers set themselves places. It goes against nature and lived and his young and lovely Offers Reward for Arrest and.
tip aa naval critics have relegated daughter EI.leere murdered In
of It This country Is really the only nerve to be driven. It makes many
1 real friend the Far Easterners have.Ii the battleship ani have substituted wrathy and vindictive and the action their beJs. Conviction of the Davis Murderers

wants none, of their territory while for it the cruiser and torpedo of this octopus In demanding and "Aa far as can be n ascertained there

boat. Naval authorities, however, still the people of Miami was no motive for tie commission of .
the other powers covet more than they threatening may j
hold that the battleship is the most effective result In Its overthrow here at leastA the crime and up to the present the
are willing to admit.- Therefore there fighting machine afloat The murderer Is unknown. The latest From far away Los Angeles Cal, about two years ago going first 'to I II
are sound reasons why this country strong move is now on foot among comes the following to the Metropolisthis : Texas and then to California wherehe :,
battle in the Sa of Japan has served the substantial business men to organize news from Miami (July S) goes only
should the lead In the marketsof
secure to-confirm that opinion. The greatest insurance so far aa to say that the coroners jury week. now owns and holds valuable reU"
form a co-operative
the Orient.i But'our people must i 1 offer one haa.nM t'ollars reward estate. When here Mr. WffletrwaiT'foreman !
naval power In the world baa determined which-property which has been investigating the case
'act with wisdom. They must not expect company and by the .
for conviction of the Davis of the Biscayne !
t to build a battleship that-will the amounts for a week put Is "hopeful of being Novelty
owners can same
the Orientals to turn the other carry
murderers. Works and a close friend of Mr and
outclass In size and armament any able to name the party""Such ; ;
of Insurance on residenceMtocksetc.
cheek. "J R. WILLETT. Miss Davis for the conviction of s
other In existence. The Dreadnaught smaller rate than occurences aa this, together
at a they are now
la to be the name of the new monster, into the Association with the Brannen murder at Plant City Mr. WlHett Is a former J' whose slayers he now offers this neat v
Our esteemed contemporary, the paying, companies.Such Miami but moved away :from heal reward. '
and Its displacement win measure no where the murdered man was shot ki
Times-Union, and Its "Short Talks- concerns are In operation in ,.
tss than 18.00'tonL' This exceed* from ambush while going about his "
man In the Issue of the 16th lust. says many places with satisfaction to all law can't do It all; all law-lorlng citizens ALLIGATORS GETTING SCARCE 3
by more than 2,000 tona-the formidable dally work; the Carter murder at Valdosta -
and there la if
that Klam hu a Dew pow on hand Interested no reason must Jo their part
Japanese ship Katoll now being Gs. where a young man ant l
between firemen anj citizens for the Introduced here, why it would not be la Jear and human life
"Hemp too Scientist Sent to Florida to Give Sltaj jlation
constructed at Barlow and which will young woman were shothn colt blood r
use of a public halL This Is anerrOr., successfuL The Metropolis has no ob- too cheap in this When the
country. a Thorough StnJy. *
have a displacement of 15,590 tons. jection'to outside Insurance in their own yard; the lolling of eight
though probably aa unintentional one, compan- gallows Increases, the murder I
the Dread- crop Alligators are becoming scare**, and
The nearest approach to persons who were taken from the jail
les. In fact: It believes they are a necessity
and'while" facts may be true the will decrease. 4
naught Is the NewHampshire, with at WatklnsvlUe, Ga. by a mob and crop cannot long escape extermination.
but It does object to the methods
scene should have been shifted from
Such la
the opinion of the scientists 'j
16,000 tons. lynched without regard to the crimes
Miami to West Palm'Beach: where It jjj at present being used against the PICK VS RIFLEAn of the .
In the matter of armament the Ka with which they were charged, all Smithsonian Institution. In order -
belongs.! MiamI. thank you la doing people and the city and would like I
American army officer officially there fore that the knowledge of
; toll la to. have powerful batteries of tend to create a feeling of unrest and .1I
wen at present very well Her'firemen to see enough backbone displayed to assigned to observation duty In Manchuria the alligator his
and habits be 'i
10-inch twelve may
four 12-Inch four and insecurity, not only In the communi-
show Southeastern Tariff
the Assocla *
are In.:good shape, never had I reports that never In any war I preserved for posterity Prof Albert ..
6-Inch guns;while the New Hampshire Uon that It has "bucked Uea in which they occur, but far beyond -
more1or were more efficient In their up" against has the pick and shovel played so important Rees of the '-
t i win have four 12-inch eight 10-Inch Its If not its I them, and people are apt to find I I 111. Syracuse Cnversity, ,
equal master.
lives while the citizens too "
are busy a a* in the present war. j has been
and twelve 7-lnch guns 'This will themselves doubting whether they re- part i dispatched to Florida to collect .,
top scrap about a ball In fact there Nogl himself he captured Port of the
says eggs alligator with which
put the New Hampshire ahead of any ally live In a Christian country ant
la none'to contend about; but If we THE NEW NEGROA Arthur largely through the use of the to work oat Ita Snbee- .J!
I| embryology.
thing that floats until the DreaJnanght under the protection of the law. But .I
haj one' and the firemen wanted It appears. That' leviathan of the deep should remember that such crimes I Ie pick and spade. Whenever the Japanese quently he Is to develop his find of the !

there Is no doubt but what there wouldbe win cam no 8., 7, S or even 10-tneh negro preacher in Atlanta has those we have enumerated are not I have moved against the enemy : crocodilian species at: the Carnegie Inatitption -

a universal "aye" to give It to them. guns, bat win have 'a battery of ten been Indulging In some very plain talk frequent occurrence, though In this I their advance has been marked bylines of the Dry Tortngas. H. ... .

No squabbling here nothing but business 12-Inch rifles. This extraordinary battery to his race. His name is John A. Davis 'I" they have 'come in a bunch' of Intrenchmenta. Even If these making OrlanJo. FU. his h.adqua"' j

l' business, business. will make It a terror of the seas. Presiding Elder of the Atlanta and in a limited area of the country. I, were to be used only loran hour or ten and will remain In the Soper,

The brutal assassination In Hills- Its guns will be of a new pattern and District of the African Methodist The law cannot keep a policeman at ., two trenches were employed and advances -| several months. t

!' borough county followed so soon by rapid-fire type .firing an SSO-pound projectile church. He declares that the average I I every crossroads, or a detective In I I were made through a networkof 1 According to the Smithsonian Instl.tutkm .

the diabolical double assassination In every forty seconds with a muzzle negro of the present generaton la "a' every household, and therefore cannot Intrenchmeats. The modern gun :
Dade county can not but arouse the velocity of more than 2,500 feet a lawless character Immoral ,and reckless entirely prevent the commission of with Its long range and rapid fire, increases gone up enormously in the past few .4

people of that,, section of the state second. Think of a vessel able to fire who has respect neither for the such crimes. the importance of Intrench- years on account of the scarcity of the

and cause them to realize the deplorable a 12-Inch 850-pound projectile every rights of man on earth nor for the I I "But there Is a remedy, and that ments. Stories of soldiers charging I 'gators. No scientific information

situation that confronts them four seconds with capacity to penetrate authority of Cod in heaven." Among remedy rests with the law-abiding peo- (I through the open field against a protested I can be obtained of the alligator in cap

and that aomethlng,must be done to fifteen Inches of Krupp steel at other things he declares: I. pie of the country. Whenever such i j enemy must be taken with sev- tivity. Therefore Prof. Reel will boat .

,Improve that situation or, their future a distance of two miles. Such a"stupendous "This Is my thirtieth year aa a ;I atrocious crimes are committed a j i oral! grains of salt There will be few the 'gator In his lair and make a

la hopeless. Affairs there are : fighting machine may be regarded preacher. I am 61 years old. My healthy public sentiment points out I| such foolhardy exhibitions. Entrenchments study of his habits.

too much like Breathitt county Ken. aa in some tense an expert word for it. I have seen both the old I I the duty of every good .citizen of the will move against entrenchments Twenty'five years ago the reptile exIsted ,

tuncky.-Pensacola News. The New. ment. but naval experts fully expect' and thenew, negro. The tactics and communities In which they occur, tobend I'I so to speak. Trenches and tunnels In great abundance to Its range

Intimates that such crimes as the It to be a success. It is probable that procedure of the negro la destroying I I IbhD. every energy to the detection of not only afford protection, but from North Carolina to the Rio Grand

t Davit assassination, ; are common In other navies will within a few years,: His reckless disregard for moral I the criminals. Where there is a determined I make possible advancement with the of Texas. It la said that the alligator

Dade county i Such. Is not the case have Teasels to equal or excel It. In purity, a disposition to ignore the : "will" on the part of the entire least danger. The Japanese were has never been seen la the UUslasippt

It la true Dade county hu had some fact. Japan is already planning for. church and the gospel to live for a community, a "way" will always prompt to utilize eanh protection ant river north of Rodney, Mlsa Aa alligators

frightful tragedies, but comparing the the construction of several vessels life of ease and pleasure Ignorant and 'I be found and criminals will not escape by such aid they have been enabled to became fashionable the demand

I number with suck Crimea committed with batteries similar to that of the malicious disregard for the laws of justice The trouble with our accomplish the seemingly l Impossible. has reduced the supply by an tI ,,

la other counties of the State,. the fact new British battleship. The Dread- God and the rights of man that is !:![i people is that they depend too muchon Hereafter the pick and shovel will figure ated S) per cent. It Is said that?!

win be shown that Ita death rate by naught will be put Into commission dally being practiced by a majority of being protected. instead of protectIng more largely In military operations person may travel from Jacksonville

Ylolence la aa low aa any of them. within the next two years the race and convinces me beyond a:j! themselves. The officers of the' than ever before. to Miami without seeing an alligator. I Im



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Y.a. n.. '' AoiBrtr .... .- -.. r .cf. '

i es. Further time was granted him.It SUMMER TRAINING SCHOOL oooooooocxoyyxooccocooo
SOUTHERN TARIFF ASSOCIA110N j was ordered that the operation of
the street sprinkler heretofore under For Teachers to be Opened July 10 at j
HURLS the direction of the city marshal be Tallahassee. ,

/ the street superintendent. .
transferred to for Publication. I .
Under the following resolutions the
Architect and
Department of the Interior I; Builder b
State Board of Education and Board
"r A ulegram: and letter were received Land Offlce at Gainesville, Fla. j
of Control have arranged for the
from Mr. H. M. Flagler. accepUng
The first! of the semi-monthly meeting and conducting; of a teachers' sum May :::. 1905. I now have in my employ one of the belt b ;
the city's offer of $250,00 for the buildIng Notice Is hereby given that the fol- draftsman in the
of the city council r+a held Thurs mer training schooL South am better t
day night with a full board present now occupied by the city as a om'Ins,named settler has filed noticeof I prepared than ever for furnishing plans .
and resulted In the transaction of con council city offlces and Jail. The Information Whereas. Chapter S20S: Laws of his intention to make final proofIn and details tor good buildings, fine cabinet
was received and the clerk Florida, makes provision for the operation support of his claim, and that said work etc. I am now headquartersfor
4 >siderable. Important business among instructed' to write Mr. Flagler ten- of teachers' summer training proof will be made before John B. turned work scroll sawing and all
which 1Iras*the decision of the council work done in
dering the city's note for the purchase schools and a subsequent act known Relll,. U. S. Commissioner at Mlan.1. usually a FIRST CLASS
that an ordinance regulating the sale planing, mill 4
amount payable on demand. as the "Bnckman Law" restricts the Fla, on July 3. 1905. alt: Daniel M.
and storage of gasoline anJ other ex
resolution reins holding of such teachers' summer Roberts of Homestead :,la, Hd. '
within the city Upon motion the Send
plosive substances me your order for doors and win-
training schools to only two places ;
limits of Jllaml.mnst receive Immediate lug a lease upon the building now occupied :991:. for the northwest quarter section -
adoption In order to protect the as fire department headquarters namely: at the University of the Stateof 25, township "G south range 38 dow frames ballusters brackets etc :

Insurance- Interests of the city from was rescinded, and the mayor and Florida and the Florida State Normal east. lie names the following witnesses and be convinced MIAMI FLA
to execute and Industrial School and to his continuous residence -
cancellation JOT such an exorbitant Increase clerk were Instructed a prove .
as to work a hardship on the lease with Frank Gallatt. owner of the Whereas It Is highly Important that upon and cultivation of said XXCOOOOCOOOOOCOOOOCO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOQOO '

property owners oftthe city. building for a period t>f two :years arrangements be made for opening land, viz' : ,
In accordance with the original propo these schools at as early date as pos D. C. Brown of Perrine. Fla.
At previous meeting the council
sition. sible. L IL Brown of Miami Fla. ,

s was notified by local representatives The attention of the ha1'tngbeen Be It therefore resolved by the Boardof C. D. Jenkins of Miami. Fla.
conncjj' d
bf the Southeastern Tariff Association
r that Control In meeting assembled that G. W. Kosel of Homestead Fla.
called to the fact certain
th be taken to better
+.epa .must 6-2-107-7 W. 0. ROBINSON Oat Of Commission
the following faculty for the Teachers' 'j
p rotMR the dty and Insurance against ore hydrants are being damaged by
Summer Training School at whatever Register.
losses liable to be incurred from the parties driving Into them a resolution
careless handling of gasoline and was passed referring the matter to place may be determined by the Boardof 1
Control and State Board of Education Administrator's Notice.In '\
I other explosives. No action wss taken the water abJ fire committee with -
In Joint session for the location Court of County Judge State ofFlorida.
to act.
y but last night. -Mr W. Walton a I
of the University; be Dade county. In re Estate Has Watch
1 local insurance agent appeared before It appearing that certain parts of appointed your or Clock stopped
towlt of Smith.
i the council and stated that he the new Jrop harness ordered for the :
To all Creditors Legatees Dlstribu- Bring it to us we do the best kind
bad been authorized to state to that fire department are not In accordance L. W. Bucholz. principal: W. F. To- ;

body that unless measures were adopted with the style of harness desired, the cum. 1.1. 1IIme W. L. Floyd Arthur tees,tnd All Persons Having Claims of Repair Work It have
not 1
or Demands Against Said Estate: yo
at once to remove the storage of matter was carried over to the next Williams! G )f. Lynch A. W. Jackson

an such explosives beyond the city meeting in order that the same could Mrs. J. B. Johnston Mrs. Ella You and each of you are hereby seen Our New Side Combs & high ;

limits that the insurance policies carried : be corrected before the bill is paid. LaP. Hamilton and that said schoolbe noticed and required to present any

in this city will be canceled.Mr. It was ordered that the clerk be Instructed opened on the 10th of July. claims and demands which yon or grade watches you are doing yourself
either of you may have against the
Walton was Informed that the to communicate with the At the University opportunity will !:
estate of Elijah Smith deceased late an injustice : : : : : :
council was not In a position to pass owners of lots 1, 2, and 3, Avenue A, be given for applicants desiring to pre-
of Dade county, Florida to the undersigned b
the ordinance at that meeting but and inform them that sidewalks must pare for State certificates; first sec- administrator of said estate ,

K after considerable Jiscusslon4n which be laid in front of the same. ond and third grade certificates, and
within two months from the date
)fro Walton 'was asked by President An ordinance was introduced grantIng primary certificates. hereof. !H. T. Whaler The J Jeweler! '

Hahn what guarantee the city would a right-of-way to the Florida East The course of study for the summer Dated May :30. 1905. 1

be given that.the rates would not be Coast Ry- to cross Avenues C, D, andE. training school embracing departments D. E. Smith Administrator. 12th Street, Miami

! Increased after such an ordinance had ., and also BtscayneyDrive.. and Fifth for State certificates first second 6-2.St. j j'J

been passed.and which he could not and Sixth streets and the closing of third grade nad primary certifi

answer a motion prevailed that the that portion .of Avenue B extending cates. Notice for Publication. 'J

i committee on rules 'and ordinances from Fifth and Sixth streets, and to Physiology and Pedagogy L. W.

shall meet at the office of the city attorney give the said company the right to Bucholz. Department of the interior Spec. Real Estate BargainsUNIMPROVED.
Land Office at Gainesville ,
this and draft
afternoon an cross 'these thoroughfares with Its Latin and Physics: Dr. W. F. Yocum. 1905.
May 22.
ordinance meeting the requirements tracks the same as across other Rhetoric, Literature Composition GROVES
Notice Is hereby given that the following i a
w of. the Southeastern Tariff Assocla- streets of the dty. The object of the
Wtlon. Arithmetic L. I. L Hlmes. named settler has filed noticeof 40 acres pine end hammock en 10 acres. > rear old trees, 1,000 i
: that the council shall
,and assemble ordinance Is to legalize concessionsand
Geometry Trigonometry Algebra his Intention to make commutation bees 100 baring .......,14401
again In the evening at 7:30 rights previously given the railroad Miami River ........ ....$3, 0040 1
General History G. M. Lynch. proof In support of his claim and that 8 acne l year eld trees, beast
o'clock and adopt the same. company 10 acres land ......4.. ......148000
Botany Zoology Physical Geography said proof will be made before JohnB. ISO trees bearing ...... ..14d14M I
The certified copy of the new dty The ordinance was given two read- Physiology W. L. Floyd. Rellly U. S. Commissioner at Mi 5 acres land ........ .......KOOOO anre 2-yeam ld'grov' .....yonA
charter was accepted and the city attorney lugs, the first by sections and the sec I
Civil Government U. S. History ami. Fla, on July 8. 1905. vis: Maria 22 acne pine and prairie en 6-room house S acres land SOO

granted further ttme to prepare ond by title only. Composition It, Florl.la History Orthography Florence Guam of Homestead Fla, railroad ......... ... .....$40040 bananas 200 orange treee..tSOOM t
ordinances to make It operative. (j Another ordinance authorizing the
I., Arthur Williams. Hd. 31C65 for the southeast quarter c
Upon request of Night Policeman R. closing of Thirteenth street from Avenue
Geography I, Arithmetic II. Algebra section 34. township 5G south range IMPROVED FARMS
3..Hardee. his salary was raised from B to the Boulevard was Introduced ., 1
$40 to $50 per month. and received two readings. The It, Orthography II. U. S. History 33 east. He names the following witnesses 20-scres, 4-room house, servant-house 400 trees 150 hearing en reek 4

petition was received from M. R.Kellum purpose of this ordinance Is to official A. W. Jackson. to prove his continuous residence road, en time.S ...................... .......... ...... ......1poo01S '

owners requesting that sidewalks be the map of the city shows It to be Geography II. Mrs. J. B. Johnston. land. viz' : land en time ............. ....... .................. 81,100X0. "
Primary Depatrment. Mrs. Ella LaF. Geo. W. Kosel. of nomeiteaj Fla. 39 acres, 10 under cultivation .200 .
7-reem house
i laid on both sides of 18th street be- open from Avenue B to the Boulevard,
'tween Avenue D and Brickell Avenueon when as a matter of fact. no street Hamilton."Be F. M. Spencer of Homestead Fla. en rock road near R. R.... ....... .... ...... .......$3, OUt .'
the south side of the river The opening exists further than Avenue B. it resolved by the State Boardof ; Anna L. Meeker of Homestead Fla. 30 acres land pine end prairie water front 1,800 trees small
"..,..petition was granted the,side walks to A warrant In the sum of $645.50 Education and the Board of ControlIn Frank Kanan of Homestead.ROBINSON Fla. house bargain ..................... ...... ..........SZIOOOI .
6-2 to 7-7 W. G. ,
session that a summer school
be laid in compliance with.the ordI. was ordered drawn In favor of W. B. Joint
for colored teachers be and the same Register. '
nance. Spiers, as pay for street work, the
Is established at the Florida I TlSTmAN'CEOaly j
Upon: motion the clerk was Instructed same to be deposited with the city hereby
to,write the Florida TimesUnionthat treasurer and paid over to him as State Normal and Industrial School Notice to Debtors and Creditors. the best companies represented. Here are some of tb... 4
located at allahassee, Fla. Creditors legatees distributees and
the dty Is short of ready funds soon as the work shall have been accepted I Liverpool London A Globe. Insurance Cc. of North Am rea.* Flrtssaa
but that Its bin will receive attention by the street committee and The following named persons shall all persons having claims or demands Fund Orient. New York Underwriters, (Hartford) Hanover German AULse.J'OS. .
and a warrant remitted as soon as dtyengtneer. constitute the faculty of said summer against the estate of Caleb L. Trapp. ..

possible. The city clerk submitted his re- school: deceased, are hereby notified to present Imo. DORM

:J. Lummns.. chairman of the finance port of the condition of the various J. A. Ormond. principal; J. R. Coffee the same to the undersigned ,

'committee, reported that he funds of the city to date as follows: and O. M. Tinman. ,within two yean after the first publication Road Estate Agency

had made an examination of the dty RESOURCES The said school shall be opened on of this notice falling which.

records and found that the county warrant Uncollected taxes ............ $%35.10 the 10th day of July. i. the same will be pleaded In bar of

Issued Jan. 1, 1901 In favor of Uncollected: licenses ........ 74.75 their demands.

Uncollected: taxes ...... 100.00 BUY IT NOW
the city of Miami and bearing the dog I Henrietta Trapp

endorsement of R. S. 'F1aI1Da D.. had Treasurer .... ...... ....... 23.77 Now Is the time to buy Chamber Administratrix of the Estate of Caleb WeWantEvery.GrowerIN

been regularly deposited with the dty* Maintenance of Cemetery... 659.36/ lain's Cone Cholera' and Dlerrhoea L. Trapp. deceased.

'JL.treasurer and bad been accounted forby City building and real estate 7.758.12 Remedy. It ii certain to M needed Cocoanut Grove, Fla. Vt

him. The report was accepted'as Furniture and fixtures ...... 2594i sooner or later and when that time Coconut Grove Fla. 5-26-91 THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS.

satisfactory and placed on file. Water and fire equipments.. S44L65 comes yon will need It bally-yon will

John B. ReHly, J. S. Frederick and Sewerage system ...........15,327.85 need It quickly. Buy It now. it may NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
A. EL Seltzer, composing the street Tax sale certificates ........ 81.75 save life. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy Department of the Interior "Florida Yecetabtear-A complete sunup of Florid __ J

and Improvement commutes, to which L B. Padgett ................ 79.00 and all medldne dealers. Land Office at Gainesville Fla Florida Orargse,"-Of special Interest to orange growers. .'

bad been referred the matter of 1m- 8. W. Douglas .............. 15.14'' June 211. 1905. Florida Strawberries. Booklet oa "Boll Varieties Cattirattem :

praying the storm 'sewer on the eastside Street'and park fund (overdrawn COUNTY COURT. Notice Is hereby given that the fob Fertilization. t1

of Avenue D to more effectually ) ........ ......... S.356,39 lowing-named settler has filed notice Irish I"ot o-..--A Booklet oa "Soil. Seed Planting sad Calttrattesu Uses
Result of the Grind This Morning anJ of Fsrtnisan .
carry off the water on said Avenue of his Intention to make commutation Digging and Shrpptaj.-

::...Into the 'Miami' river reported that Total ...... ..........$36.474.06 Yesterday Afternoon.In proof in support of his claim and that -1'I.eappJeor special la tenet to pineapple growera' "1Idea t

that work 'oa the excavation on the LIABILITIES said proof will be made before JohnB. ) FertiliserBook shaving aQ oar different brands analyses, sxtsea J

trench for the'ame haj been com- School fund ...... .......... 3,283.29 the County Court this morning Rellly U. S. Commissioner at his ltd.

menced, and that the six-Inch pipe' Water and fire fund ......... 711.00 Mabel Gray colored plead guilty to office at Miami Fla, on August 5, New sad Revised Editions of the shore hut published,seat tree far the ssft2a I

was being taken: up carefully for use Building fund ...... ....... 2.9718 the charge of assault and battery.anJ 1905. its: John R. Walker of Perrtne, :

elsewhere. la connection with the General fund, .... .......... 9,700.7 was sentenced to pay $1 and cost and Fla, Hd. 21647 for the northwest WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

report the committee recommended donations .... .....: ....163(141/ serve .thirty days in the county Jail. quarter of section 21, township iii 1

that six-Inch be ........ .. 41.00
a pipe ma east on Expense account Albert Williams was 'tried and convicted south range 39 east. He names the
both sides of 14th street from the low H. M. nagler .... ...... .. 2400.00Eureka of vagrancy but sentence was JACKONVILLE. Fla.ChaseeAgents.
following witnesses to prove his continuous -
place la said street: to Arcane D,' the Fire Hose Co. ...... 800.00 not passed. residence upon and cultivation :1

t.-l'eaat end of each* to' be provided with S The case of the State vs. Josh Burst, of said land viz' : f 1

a catch.basin; also that the present Total .................. 1Sfl.4'1 4.06 i charged with selling liquor without a H. A. Proctor a W. Hal J. F Billiard BROWN MOODY
storm sewer be extended 13th The tax collector reported collections & STOCKTON & BRADFORD
city license was then taken up and waa
and C A. Gossman.\an of Per
street, and that aa eight-inch pipe be for the month of June u follows on trial when court took.the BOOB recess. nine, Fla. 630tos4| ; Cutler Little RITCT. :j

run from there to the Biscayne Hotel : Uncollected: taxes I336JO; W. O. ROBINSON. Register.

1 .alley and that a catch baaIa'be constructed dog taxes. $100.00; licenses $74.75: Yesterday afternoon Arthur Wilson

at the north end of the same total. $511.65.Then who was placed on trial In the morning -
.They also recommended that a large being no further business a on a charge of aggravated assault. Bottling WorksWALL

catch basin 12x22 Inches, be placedat recess was taken until 7:30 o'clock tonight was found guilty but sentence was AH persons concerned: will take notice .
each of the four corners of AvenueD when the council will take up deferred. that six months after date I will & DfGKINSON.. Props. 'I'

and 13th street with suitable con- the ordinance regulating the storage present my final accounts and rooch-
ers as executrix of the estate of John 12th S&reea.feu JL B., Miami, Flallannfaetnrers d
netting pipes from the basin on the of explosives.' One Dollar Saved' Represents Ten Dollars -
west side of the avenue to the storm Earned. J. Harden, late of Dade County deceased

basin and a smaller catch basin to the County Judge of said of
; on Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and XX- The average man does not save to
each, the northeast and southeast corners '.. arrhoea. Remedy-the Best la .. exceed ten percent of his earnings. He county and pray for my final discharge

of Avenue D and 14th street The Existence. must spend nine dollars In living expenses aa executrix of said estate.FLORENCE All Kinds of

committee requested the council to decide T. M. Wood, manager of tae White for every dollar saved. That : P. HADEN

whether they shall have the County New., Beebe Art, Is a representative being the case he cannot be too careful Executrix Estate of J. J. Hades J>. Soft Drinks ePrompt ::1

brick>> : arching cement bottom ., etc.. sconthern business man who about unnecessary expenses. Very often ceuecL
done,by day labor.or by contact does not hesitate in expressing his I a few cents properly Invested' like January U. 1905. l-14-6m AtteaUoa to AD Otters. Out-of-Town Orders iloastOsL j

The committee ..1' authorized to good opinion of a wen known remedy.He I buying seeds for his garden will save ,

proceed with the work according to Its says It gives me pleasure to recommend -: several dollars outlay later on. It lathe '- DYSPEPSIA CORE

discretion end best judgment la.the Chamberlain's Cone Cholera' same In buying Chamberlain's Colic.

premises. and Diarrhoea Remedy having usedIt Chorela and Diarrhoea Remedy. It do O'
The city attorney reported that owIng my self and In my family with the costa but a few cents and a bottle of It K I DIGESTS WHAT YOU BAT

.., ,to the delay In the arrival of the best results. In fact I believe It to th In the house often saves a doctor's bill O Tk'-00 bows m-..JH....Ik.oat......khO.S>..Near
r:;;, city charter be had not prepared certain best remedy of the kind In existence." of several dollars For sale by the ..__ PLY "Y n. I,110.-, M
ordinances and that he had not Sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy anJ Red Cross Pharmacy and all medicine .

bad time to examine all the ordlnanco. aQ medicine dealers. .1 I.1rk dealers. Ask for the J 905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar '


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I The Manetto company making a Central Man.igcr J. R .I'arrott ofI seit-ct and they wutild like the pleasure cr. E. J. Dimick and Mrs. F. A.Stra- fined $3 and (costs or thirty dayi ta

I II large shipment of manjjroxe bark to the F. K. C. Railway left St. Augustine -I uf numbering you among' the tourists ban. jail Sentence suspended on Utter
tienfuej:"".Ouba. The earfowill not the tint of the week for New It will be Pt' '('CtJy cafe for you to The superintendent was requestedto I dun n ggbod behavior.

I' be shipjH-d until the full amount of York City. I come alone as they will hate an unlimited -: call a meeting of the patrons of State vs. Mantle Williams Bertha

fifty ton i* on the wharf. 'I he ..hip. number of chaperones on hand. the Miami school to ales a supervisor. I Jenkins anti Mamie McPherson lewd

It It said on good authority that j ment will tx made o\er the I*. A. U.'tetm..htp Mr W \C. Prout, president of the t The conductor has had long experience ,I The matter of plumbing In the Mi- and lavcUlims conduct.each tetencej :

i .with very few exceptions the East I I.I I.loe. Miami Contracting Company and the in mourn molts of traveling and Kchool was referred to the superintendent to DYe months in jail. :

Coast Railway has secured rights ofmay Miami: Realty Loan and Guaranty Co. I ivies! fr'quentyone! / on extended ,, with power to receive State T*. Riley Graham (amblo*.

or all of the property It must E. \'. lIIa..kman..t'dltor of the Uonienwker state that the Fix stores which his trips| on the trolley Un>... Expense will bids and to make necessary contracts. nol.e proaaed.State .
pass Key West InterOcean.Mr i-tate that lif r *lvrs Itttt-r.. company I is erecting! on Avenue D and |IM Might The power has agreed to''' It was ordered that colored school vs. John Wilson assault ant

daily, from people in the north and : Eleventh strwt have a'l: been rented I le. lucid l only In his o.n coin and No :H: he' discontinued and that..*.. colored battery noTte pronced.

ant Mrs. W. H. Spitzer ex I'w..t. elating that they will take advantage :I and, ceases sIgned. The block will beoroctPd I inavnaiilnioufelr offers to give as gooJ school be established at Pleasant State vs. Sam Summerlln. trespass, 1

pent to leave next :Monday for South of th" low rate to see tin out of stone and tonereteaill as the guest mdv send The -cars City sttht'lJe! Powers as teacher. plead guilty .fined $10 and costs or

ern Michigan where they will spend a :country, and many of them are coming i iI {, be IJxlSn: : feet and one story. I \\'11te well lighted! and ventilated.',, An affidavit of Joel A. Dean publish GO days In its!.

portion of the heatej Reason. They I with the intention of residing beret I | The first train nil': : start from Union I I r. of West Palm Coach was re- State ,II. John Wl'jon.: aggravated

will stop at"Palm Beach on their way t permaDently. I IDa II I If Mr! lie K. Crown wife of the agentof : '>tutim! promptly at 7.32. and second I celd.. which set forth that the peti1 1 j assault sentenced to one year.
I f the Southern Express Company In at c .'! o'clock All meals I 1 tlon of West Palm Beach taxpayers. i Saturday afternoon Arthur Wilson
few lone
north for a days' ,stay. IncuJ-1
I I, J. II. F. Mullett, a (graduate of Miami will\ leave In a day or two,tilth etl. Tickets Kill tx on sale at Union I I asking for an election to set apart a J I and Charles Griffin. who bat been .

Mr. Frank Gallat Is making someImprovements ; the FnivrraityofMirhiganha' located'in I her little .laughter.; Larr'e.' for a trip ; Aye'I special school tax district In township t j I convicted of assualt and battery were :

In his place of busi f )Miami for the practice of mpdicmr.I north fur little Tarries health which 43. range (:X notice of which had given twelve months each In the

. ness. At present carpenters are engaged I I /[. Muiletl wa-t rompII to l rave the 'j has \xncry poor recently. Mr. I!I July 1.. The tickets wlrl give all nee- { taken place was ordered published. State's prison and Albert Williams a

In moving partitions and when I'I north on account of the ill health of Brown will take his vacation about I!i etsary baggage rates etc.jCOUNTYSCHOOLBOARD. II and J. A. Alltn .H'ram' F. Hammon vagrant was ordered to serve three

that is done they mill start to making his family. For the present tie will I the fin-t of August! joining his family and R. W. Porter were named as In- monthS In the county chain gang.:
which 11'1:1: iave his olllce at his residence, Sl:>, I at a northern point niHTtors. and D. H. Duster clerk ofsuch Fo.lowlnx: the passing ot thece sentences -
counters anj other things IN SPECIAL SESSION
tvenne C.Mr I election.After << Saballtah Roberta, who had
I ,
be used for displaying goods. I "
This morning ground was brokenfor passing on some bills against 1! stood his third trial, the flnt filt-
I I The Dade County Hoard of Education -
TbP wall are going nprapldly for Lima Boecher, president of the foundation of the addition to I met Tuesday In adjourn I I the board An adjournment was taken. I' tag In a mistrial and the second In aconviction

the stone building of Mr. R. S. Flana: Miami Sponge Mattress and Pillow the Miami public school building. BeM ion. and transacted business they I Last week the Supreme Court handed on the charge of larceny
This structure will be added to had a verdict of not guilty rendered
gan at the corner of Thirteenth street Company of this city will leave tonight new were unable to complete at their meeting down a decision dismissing the appeal -'
C. When hls building Is West where he goes toestablish the southwest corner of the building State rcl 'by the jury trying the case, ant \i.f .
and Avenue for Key I last week. I In the cane of the ex
and will be 30x75: feet bungalow was discharged from custody.
and of
will aJd to the for that com a
completed it greatly an agency They appointed several teachers to James E. Alexander: vsCary D.Landls
_ appearance of that part of the city. pany's new product. While in that style. There will be two rooms I vacancies made by teachers who bad as secretary of the Democratic Eiecu-!I Tom Cannon. Will'Sanchez.. Chaa.j .

I It will be neat, and surrounJeJ by a city )Ir. Ueecber will make arrangements one for a recitation room and the I declined the appointments they had live Committee of Volusla County. It ,j Bird Isaac Wright Columbus San- ,
!! chez. John William. Alex DaIs..':_
other will be for the of the
well It Is the for material to be used In the use high which Alexander
large and kept yard. received! from the board. was the case In Mr.
bit Hardee. MaytteU and Arthur
purpose of :Mr. Flanagan to make it a manufacture of their mattresses. school pupils 3.1hs Fannie Harrell was appointed sought to mandamus Mr. Landfo to j Henry
I Knowles, plead guilty when kr.
; rooming house, and will divide it up assistant to Miami school at a salary furnish him a certified copy of the poll
i in flats to suit prospective renters. Mrs Alice R. Quigley Mrs' M. Godson Capt. C. II. Bradley suffered quitea of $50 per month. list of the Orange City precinct on the ranged and were sentenced to pay a
I fine of $:5 and cost each 60
or serve
Miss Spauldlng. Leonard and painful accident yesterday though Miss Blanche Wood was appointed occasion of tho primary of May 19 Mr. J. M. Mahoney who Is about Merlin Spauling leave Tuesday for not lI..rioul. i II keeping him quirt for assistant at Went Palm Beach at a Jude Jones granted a motion to days In jail In the county prison

the most popular salesman that travels Miami, where they will make their fu I the time being. While engaged inputting I salary of $50 per month. I quash the alternative writ and Alexander I camp. The other seven plead not
and will be tried.
guilty they
the east coast, was in the city Sat I ture home. They have lived 1 nOcaa: up a window shade at his Ming Myrtle D. Shores was appoint appealed from this ruling. Mr.FlMef .
urday. having come over from for several years and their departurewill home, be stepped on a
West When asked about'the Ke/l I be greatly regretted. Miss Mabel (i I tipped slightly. Mr. Bradley lust hit of $to pe rmocth. Alexander and Stewart & DIy appeared at Homestead by Deputy Shoelff

1-t of the'Island City Mr. Mahoney stated Godson will remain in Ocala for the j balance snd came down on the chair The sealed bids for the erection of I: for Mr. Landls. At the same Core plead guilty to a charge of

that it was good and that the city I I present However she expects to with his full weight, completely dr. an addition to the Miami school building time, the court dismissed the appealof aggravated assault and was sentencedto
It and pay a fine of $200 or serve lye
moliahing causing contusion
eraed to be taking on a great boom. I I join the family In a few months. were opened. The following were Mr .Ropes vt. Win. McCabe which
on various portion. of his months In the coanty jai .
Mr .Mahoney represents the R. C. WIt. Ocala Banner. anatomy the bids received: R. C. Sulzner was a suit originally brought by McCabe -
which all This afternoon Ihe court to hearing
was not at pleasant He will
liam. Co--. of New Tories, banters of $1.750; J. J. Holley. $1.650; J. R.Scott. ,to set aside Sheriff Sale obtained
be around.all right in a few days.Mr. the suit of E .L. Eaton vs. the Miami
the celebrated Scarlet Bradn of groceries Saturday there arrived on the Mar- $1.871. The bid of J. J. Holley being by Ropes and covering a Urge
Ferry Company assumplst damages
tinique seventeen marines from Dry the lowest, he was awarded the con ponlon of lands owned by McCabe In
S. M. Fry is i buy getting out $500. It U likely that this trial win
Tortngas, where they hare been stationed tract The superintendent was author this county. McCabe obtained a decree -
several purse net boats for the Miami occupy the attention of the court all
As soon as the proposition to purchase at Fort Jefferson. The squad ized to cxeecute the contract for the vacating the sale from which the .
Fun Co., of Miami, and the Geo. T. afternoon. '
the building now occupied by was In charge of Sergeant Wilson and same. Ropes appealed. :Mr. Ropes appearedin 1
Brown Co., of Punta Gorda. Tbe
city lor office council and jail purposes. Corporal Rothapfel and were en routeto A petition of twenty patrons of the his own behalf and Stewart ft: Ely .
Miami Fish boats will be six fret CORONER'S JURY .
;: shall have been accepted by New York where they have been West Palm Beach school protesting represented the McCabe executors.Volusla .- -#
beam and feet
twenty-til long The
Mr. H. M. Flagler. It will be moved transferred to* the Brooklyn navy Geo. T. Brown's boats ...111" be seven against the appointment of the present County Record ADJOURNED ON. FRIDAY ,

from Its present site on 14th street yard. The station at Fort Jeffersonhas feet beam and twenty-seven feet long. principal was received and ordered .

between Avenues D and E, to the city now been reduced to a sergeant's Mr. Fry baa an order for six of there Mod action on the subject being THE COUNTY COURT After.havlng been u session for the

lot at the corner of 12 street and-A venae squad, which account sfor the transfer boats from Fort Pierce, but a* the deferred until the next meeting of the CLEARING DOCKET past ten days the coroner's jury probing -

E. The city Is to pay $250 for o ftheee! men. While In the city party want them by October the llrat, board. the. Davis murder mystery, met

.this building which, in the opinion the squad spent The day In sight seeIng : he thinks that be will\ not be able to The following are names appearing The following cases have been disposed on F'rldar.and after! a abort aeulora

of many, is too much when it Is con and are to be congratulated upon get them out, and thrrrfor will not on the petition: W. BroadweU. E.I of by Judge Heyser in the county adjourned for thirty Jays.
t. '
sidered that the e win be equally! or their good conduct As a rule, when accept the order. Shultz. J. J. Fox. Jesse Contain. Mrs. court The object ot this adjournment It

.i. much more expense Incurred In .. soldiers have absent leave they spend T M. Lett J. C. Stowers, Mrs J. B. State vs Chas. Williams and Mamie U said, is to give the sheriff ample

the moving and refitting of It, after the time loitering around saloons and The Ladies Aid Society of the FirstM. McGInley, Beatrice El'iott. Mrs. Redl- McPherson, fornication. $:0 and costs time to Investigate all the clue and

being gotten to ie new site. It will make themselves generally obnoxious, E. church are making up a party fer. Mrs. Henry Whlpple. Mrs. L. A. I each sentence-suspended on latter bits of evidence that the jury basbeen

-01 then be an old building besides not but such Is not the case with this for a tour of the world, embracing the Willson Wm. Helm Geo. U.:: Rowley. I during good behavior. able to gather and from which! *

being properly arranged for the purposes squad. The party left on the seven- countries of America, Japan. Iceland C. E. Merchant J F. Hoffman Benj. State vs. John McKinnie and Annie It Is hoped and believed that good and.

desired. twenty train Saturday evening. Germany and England. It will be very Cook Mrs. A. T. Rose, M. E. bpen- I Jones, fornication, both plead guilty. successful results will come.


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Shoe Talk by W. M. Burdine

t When we took the agencyfor the famous Sorosis $3.50 shoe for ladies we signed a con=

tract to keep no other ladies shoe at the same price, consequently we have to sell

out all of our 3.50 shoes for ladies, with the Exception of Sorosis.


In this line there is a beautiful line of tan and p tent oxfords that will be sold for $2.90



: If:'Brown_ Shoe pa'sUSONA; $2.50 oxfords $2 Men's Shoes. BUSTERBROWNBUJEHIBBON,d4.

i roc Hen.
Amongthese are some of the A big lot of men's $5.00 shoes In patent tan ,and ForBoy3

vlcl, made on all the new lasts. These shoes are _Girls

r t mostly J. S. Nelsons & Sons best
prettiest styles in tan and patent ct.4 00
make. They come In button and lace e J ??

oxfords and ties. All of our *5*

Bals in these goodswill go at the 3.50 oxfords and balsall new stock $3.00

Broken sizes for . . . . .

i --- same price, They come in brown ,

BUStERBROWNRIBBON and black and extra
are goodquality One lot of men's $2.50 and $3.00
r $2.00
B oxfords In vlcl for . . . .
,$2.50 shoes for $2.00


1- 1 r, SHOES TorBqra d,, A lot of women's strap sandals EXTRA SPECIAL a

that sell for 1.75 and 1.50, 1.20

One big lot of men's outing shoes made of canvas, I'f

f Just to make this sale interesting we will give buck skin elk and vici. In both oxfords and bals. ...

free with each pair of shoes purchased here five all elk soles, values 4.00 and 5.00 Q 50

tickets good for five shoe shines. at the stand. this sale per pair . . . . P3 .


We keep the World Famous Shoes," '

Sorosis for Ladies Stetson for Men W.. M. B u r dM I am I



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I Keep CoolA I'I It will surprise you to see just how little it takes to make your porch comfortable

11.y i. and cozy. Porch Chairs and Rockers. Porch Settees. "Old Hickory"rustic

j furniture. Hammocks. : : : : : Come and be convinced.

hammock behind a bamboo screen! !

t Is net that an limiting combination for Harm Heather/ I FRANK. 'II. :BURG::: : : : : .

to. -

I {I fl'3Ir sr" va' aucxsavtrs A letter recehed from Capt. and I
: II. M. KING i iI :MN! ;< E. M Kline leavesoon for_a One! of the busiest section of tt.
Mrs Chas. Mrloy, who are no."Islt.
: TOWN TOPICS. Irlto Three Rivets, Mich., wherehe city Is across the itttr from Eighteenth -
SI! ing In Cuba, state that they ate delighted -
\ I Undertaker and Enibalnicr will remain until late In the fall. street south. There a tore of
.acecaccxxxacecx c. with the country and would :
ten Is enagegJ in laying curbing water
I Jlrs. S. G. VanlinJia&haic ret-irnc'l like to make their home there 1300: AVENUE UPcrioiui
i Captain C. J. Rose has been Appoint- pipes and electric light wires. The
r evening after a ploas-
last Friday very
I Attention iron to Al Cell < I administrator of the estate of the. building operatlor_ln this section Is
ant visit to her daughter who resuei An'other
hcoseboat Is being prepared late Chas. E Davis. keeping with the other portion
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In Palm Beach.K'Cp no '
by the F. E. C. R'y engineer to be -- i of me city.
tent to the keys on extention work. Mrs. P. T. Skaggs left Sunday A letter from Mr. B. B. Tatum an- ;j: Invitations are Issued announcing ,
night for Louisville, Ky., where she flounces that he left Jacksonville last
fertilizer for an
Bradley crops The boat will pronTBly
get tomorrow
away the approaching marriage 01 Mr. MaJl : City Editor H. O. Houston of the
i'J. intends visiting her sister. Dr. Skaggs I night for A us tell, Ga.. where he
E. T innim, IgcntDr. In tow of the power schooner I
l isun Diinllne to Mill> Margie Kelly.I Metropolis, left Monday ennDl;. ae
Mt. Pleasant will join her later about August 1st, W remain for a short "hile. expects I
lI I I The wedding will take place at the corrpanlfJ by Mm. Husui: for Jack
I as he is unable to leave just at pres-
l \V. S. Gramllng has returned I Methodist church South, am Sun- IIOn\]lIe: wbrre they M to visit Mr.
home from InJlanola. where he hast I' City Engineer J. S. Frederick.ho, ent. Mrs. C. II. Rivers, who hag longbeen j: day (evening at :.::0. Houston's parent*. Mis. Houston will

; I en attending Mrs. Gramllng's father, Is also connected with the engineering a patron of the San Carlos Hotel. | be away most of the hammer, visiting
who is ilL Mrs. Gramling win not re department of the Florida East Coast Three cars of pontoons, about thirtyin starts next week for a prolonged tour. ': Rev.. X. B. Fuller expects to take a relatives in Georgia" before returning

turn for a month yet. Railway, was called to Jacksonville number, came down' Sun.Iay foiling In New York and other cities :' short trip loan to Cutler to visit the but Mr. Houston expects to ba at his

Thursday Qn business pertaining to from Savannah and will be used by also going to see relatives! In Canada. Richmond Cottage, after which be will post again within Reek or tea day*.
i i
his office and ten'Ices with that roaj. the dredges cf the F. E. C. R'y in extension : proceed: to Texas to make an extended I --- '
f Aetna dynamite and suppnefl for
f sate by Lammas k SewelL cork. They are now at the The grading of Thirteenth l'trl't't.1 nay. Trinity church will be closed: I I The beiutlful residence of W.Brick-
terminal dock anJ will be carried to west of Avenue D will aid during Rev. Fuller's absence.Chief .
Among the recent arrivals In the very materially : ell. which is being erected at the corner
city are Mra d Mrs. George Scott the keys by lighters. in carrying off the surface water I i of Eighteenth street and BrickeQ
Mrs. Wm. :M. Brown, Miss Louise
ofvPeoria, who have come to look orerthe which settles at that corner after the Dan Hardee's new residence, avenue is rapidly nearing completion.The .
Brown and Master :Mark Brown, of Ti-
county with a view of purchasing Mrs. Franklin Coleman Bush wentto heavy rains. which Is being erected by Contractor I house Is entirely enclosed, and
; tusvtlle. have arrived at =,NewHartford
property and possibly becoming Palm Beach FriJay to Join Mr*. Hahn on Twentieth street will be much of the Interior work is finished.
Conn, after enjoyable trip.Titus-
an residents. They are largely interestedIn E. C. Dearborn, who was at that From the Far East comes the fol- one of the neatest homes in the city. This buliuing will be an !Ideal horn
tine Advocate. I farming'In their native State. place, and together they left for Chicago lowing postal card: "Metropolis: The building will contain seven rooms for summer and winter as it face the

t on the morning train to visit Greeting from Brussels, Belgiumso and a bath and will be handsome in east and is on the shady side of the
Bradley* tertOlser an the beat Mr. A. D. Brosus. the assistant"superintendent relatives and friends Mrs. Dearborn all the people of Miami. A.P.Gerlach. design. I street

For sal by J. ,I:. Lunmns. Miami -I II of the Adams Express joining her husband and daughter Mr. Gerlach Is a regular winter visitor -- '-----.--- -

I Company, with headquarters at Columbus I Miss Cora there. to this city and Is a great f aJmlrer $1.00 per Week
Further talk of organizing a home Ohio accompanied by his of Miami and its citizens.

1 Insurance company is Indulged In today father is among the late arrivals In The British schooner William H. Al- Miami
I and it now seems certain that Miami. Mr. Brosius I* here on a bury which was In this port a few Capt. Dick Carney I la engaged In Conservatory of

a comapny will he formed to oppose prospecting tour, and it is quite likely weeks ago from Nassau .X. P., and loading a large engine on the schooner
the companies represented In the that he will purchase property and which carried back to that place a Osseo It is said that the engine 225 12th St. franklin Coleman Bush, Director

I Southeastern Tariff Association.If locate in the Magic City. cargo of 100 tons of Ice returned here will be taken to Hlllsboro Inlet, whereit I

: Saturday afternoon for a similar load. will be used in getting on a wreck I|Our Summer Sight-Reading: ; Classes were such a great success that
701 want fmniMTS. eoasatt J. X.Lamidca. Messrs. Clark and .Mcllvaine. the She will get away bursday or Fridayon which went ashore off that point sometime I j the management has decided to open popular classes in

agent for the old reliable' fish exporters are building a large new the return trip to Nassau.Mr. ago. They say, too, that In that.vicinity weeks.
i Bradlsy goods packing house on tee south sUe of the there 'iq a sunken ship with i j Pwao Ptay'wc Rate $1.0O per week. $10 per lens W 10

river, east of the yard of the Miami E. Gollattscheck and family her hold full of silver and It is pos-1' Vail: at the caawrratarr. a.d Iran fill. particular_ ,or a post card wilbr
a ratxmmiatiT to kuo .
r r *
I' Miss Edelweiss Price, niece of Mrs Boat Works he house will be 24x50 hare moved from the Orange Glade Bible that Capt. Dick will return with
E. P. Qnarterman arrived in the city feel and will be used by the firm for road, where they have been living a some of it, but It is all guess work at''' Practice!Facilities free to those who have no pianotiLoJet

Friday and will take up her residence the coming season's business. Besides short while to the northern part oftown f
I the will build substantial where will remain until _- ----- --
with her aunt, and fill a position this company a they
I In the dry goods establishment of dock for the landing of their boats. Mr. Gollattscheck makes a trip to bestThe ;

t Bar dine t Quarterman.I Germany to bring his aged .mother to : Store
At the semi-monthly meeting of the America.

I Money to loan on Improved property. Fort Dallas loJge I. O. O. F. held IS THE PLACE:
i G. S. Amsden Cocoanut Grove or M. Thursday night the following officers Mrs.V E. Vanlandlngham arrived T

: D. Price, Miami were elected for the ensuing six Friday night from Fort Pierce where
: months: C. A. Mann X.: G.; H. F. she has bt'en1sltlng friends for several Figureare not intere-ting- as a rule but we think you will be in the set we five below. If yon were
ti i Reports from the wrecked steamer Scrusps. V. G.; L. A. Osborne .sec.; weeks Dr. and Mrs. \"anla11d1n'Jham offered the hill or the vallev' for all tire year round living; yon would take the hill but you woulducU'tncnf
in the Use the cane in burin Plant tour where it will the
plant xallrr. ji ;: money bring mcmt.
Alicia on AJax Reef are to the efiecithat C. W. Bradt treas.; R. S. "'Uson, P. have recently come here from

the tugs Three Friends and Admiral I G.: C. A. Filer, conductor; S. G. Masters Baltimore, where he has len attending .
Dewey are sncceding in relieving warden; and H. A. Steele, guard. a medical college and from which
the after hold of the vessel cf he graduated this summer They will New Ideal Patterns. All style] s .IOC Straw Hats a lot of Mens straw 25

water ,and that their masters expect Albert Turner, a negro was palced make Miami the!." future home. Write for fashion sheet . i hatssod! reg. at SOc to 1.50. C

to Coat her in a few days. under arrest Thursday by Deputy
Gore on a charge of mnrder.commltted As soon as the Danntlessjiow engagedin .
Writing tablet and rtattasery for at Brooks Till e, about three yean ago. towing dredges and barges for the
Semen's l.adieshite silk belts, :250; am d . 5Oc Sewing machine oil. ., . . .5c
ale at J..B. drug store. The negro was found working in one F. E. C. R'y to this port from Sarannah
i of the gangs employed by W, B.Splers. and Jacksonville, finishes thiswork lAdies turnover and stock colars I oc to. 25c Liquid veneer furniture polish. . 50c

Mr. W. F. Coner..rho will be identified and admits that he 1* the right party. she will remain here and engage 4Vj' and 5-inch handsaw files.. . ,5c ,i' Pound of fine writing paper 150 and. .25c

with the construction of the! The Hernan county authorities have In the wrecking business. This will Good tooth brush. . . . . 5c I!I' White, black and tan shoe polish . -fOc

East Coast extension from Miami ti been notified of his capture and an. be some time next month and about Six lever brass pad lock. . . .25<:"'1.1 I Ink tablets. . . . . . .5c
Key West, arrircd Katu.-oay: from officer is expected down after him to- which period In the late summer anJ I
Tamplco. Mexico. :Mrs. Comer and morrow. early fall hirricanes ft In and cause

daughter, who are now in Bt ton. will numerous wrecks on this coast.
arrive here in a few weeks and wiJ Sheriff W. E. Law .of Brooksville. LADlE S TRIMMED HATS. .

make Miami their future come.. Hernando county, came down Sunday Letters patent have been Issued to

Jay morning and returned at night the Miami Sponge Mattress and Pillow
See our stock. We ar selling present stock at a big reduction.
Money to loan. G. S. Amsden Cocoanut with Abraham Turner'the negro arrested Company, with a capital of 115,000, our
Grove, or M. D.- Price. Miami. Saturday morning by Deputy to sell sponge and other kinds of mattresses 1

Sheriff Gore on a charge of murder, !, pillow and cushion, to buy
Capt. and Mrs. Chas. Xleloy who the crime having been committed and sell sponges and other commodities -
Stationary Sch ooi! Books Kitchen FurnishingsSON
have been absent the past two weeksor about three years ago. Turner admits and deal In real anJ personal .( ,

more, visiting in Hanna anJ other his guilt and says that he killed the property. Una Beecher ,s. M. Tatum,

parts of Cuba .returned home list Saturday man. by striking him on the held witha E. V. Blackman and B. B.- Tatum are
on the steamer Martinique and stick the incorporators.
are again domiciled aboard their comfortable v .

little yacuV Mystery Tnay Mr. K. Mlyachi. of the Japanese Every train from the north brings

are well pleased with their outing and colony at Boca Batons after a day' down gangs of men. mostly negroes, :
peak most favorably of the climate stay here, left last evening for New for work on the Key Vest extenuon
and other coadl&xu of the Island. York en route to Japan whither he The most of them are from Jacksonville -

H goes In place of Mr. Sakat. who is enable savannah and other'points. and
Wanted -lt men In each State to .leave at the present time. He it Is expected that between two and
travel, tack signs and'distribute samples will proceed to Seattle from XewTork three hundred will have arrived here I

and ,circulars of our foods. Sal and sail for the Orient. He expect Wednesday, when 1t I II expected to ,

ArT moo pr month. $3.00 per day to be absent about three months and get them off to Key Largo, where' operations ;
for expenses. Knhlmaa Co. Dept. 'S. may bring his family with him on his are now under: way. I
Atlas building Chicago.iCol. return .- St Augustine Record.
Mr. J. W. Grant, the popular baggage I .

and "Mrs. Felder Lang anJ Rev. James J. Vaulx. Mr*. Cams, master on the Florida East Coast I
BUfaine &
1t; daughter Miss Kate Iwmg. returned Miss Katherine* and :Miss, Huetta Railway, running between Miami and Quartern

from Miami yesterday and will spcitlp Vaulx were passengers on last tights Homestead left Monday for At .
rha.p .th<> remain: of the "aumma northbound train en route from West lanta and White Plains, where he will

at their'Ocala .home .on Lake Weir Palm Beach to Memphis. Tenn. Rev. spend a thirty days' vacation. This I
avenue. Colonel"Lang aYE that tBa Mr. Vaulx has for nearly three yean I la the first rautloi Mr. Grant has i

southern portion of the east roast Is been rector of Holy Trinity Episcopal had in the past two yens and natur
the .most delightful climate in the Church at West Palm Beach and It ally he anticipate a most enjoyabletime. Are Arranging a Great Sale for MonJay 17. of this monthof

world, and he is very much In love now leaving there much to the regretof .
with Miami. Ocala Banner. an classes of citizens to spend him

declining year with his family in Mr. Geo. G.. Currie. the popular
Thos. Sweeting a well known res- Tennessee-Arkansas and Missouri. mayor of Palm Beach was in the

Jdent of this city, was fined $10 anJ St. Augustine Record.A city last Thursday and spent The sale will consist 4:: lawns, calicos and dress goods and ranging: in

cost In the municipal -court Thurs the day here attending to professional price from 5C a yard md up. If you haven't the time to come into the

day for creating a disturbance at his large and beautiful arble shaft !matters. Mayor Currie is very enthusiastic city write for sample:;s! and we will send you some of the prettiest patterns
bome yesterday afternoon. Mr. standing-eighteen feet or more in over the prospects of the
you ever saw. Our mail order department is fully .equipped to handles
Sweeting. It seems, had some differences height and weighing several tons has new Mnnyon hotel which he says will '
all out of town and;! can depend getting what want.
be built West Palm you on you
with his wife and son. which arrived and will be erected over the undoubtedly in
resulted la his being very badly hand grave of the late lamented Katherine Beach-withln the next year. He Informs
led and finally tied down b them until )McDonald la the city cemetery. The us that he has secured the riparian
BURDINE & Q IARTERMAN.\ Cor. 12thanJ Avenue C.
the arrival of the officers to take him monument is(Vermont era nite, massive rights on Lake Worth from the ,

*la'charge. In passing sentence Mayor in size and appropriate In design. Fiagler interests, and that not having! i
Sewers warned the defendant that It Is being 1 deUvetevl at cue cemetery these rights heretofore was the only

be must not cone before him again by White 4k: Hanley, and will be put thing that seemed to be in the way

for abusing his wife; that he believed In position at once by skilled workmen of the hotel project. He says that ev.erythlng -
In protecting women and would Jo so who will be sent here for that seems to be smooth tailing'now.

as lone u he was mayor of the city purpose. .


D 1.,...)OI.,.,!>,........ ,_ _; l ,.u suc..wms.

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FE..' R ,v Co frt-i.ht on rock S33.17: ..........................1 has furnUhed stamp collectors with between ::1

Kim: .Bro repairs, roller . 279.50M I /New York These have been<< absorbed by collector -

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS :; S, :MUhUr. sal and sund 86.45A .1 II *,' who have paid nearly $:;00,000

J n'I.I Ulrldse; work . 4.10 GOSSIp. Int..the Republic's treasury for them. ;
I Now the coin collectors think they
---- I F. T Bu.!iae.:: ihnauiite.ptc .. 107.91 OBEYEDCOMMANDe
L. X Snell. blacksmlthin; .. 4.00 .......................... are coins to get the same treatment
Miami Flal. July 3, T9o5.: L\V Burl-bar.II.6upplie. .. 14.IK) Jag It Ahranis, shackels ... 2.50 ...wYork, July S.-The new $G50.- .1.1I so the order to recall thq "balboas" e

The Board of County Commissioner \\'. 1. Metralf. .wilary to July 1.. 75.00: I! J. F. th'Berry. salary .. ... 50.00 I which has been I has aroused a storm of comment In

met this day. in regular session.Present G. A. Hay. salary, June .... 30.00 i GeoV. Parka. Mds . ... :31.0 CM. ) woman s hospital : Tenth local numismatic circles.

: T.A.WlnfieU. chairman. Jno. W. T. Rice, charity . ... C.J. .{\<} Frank Sanchez salary, etc.... 50.nJno erected in One Hundred and Of Southeastern Tariff ASSD and' j
Sewell. E. H. Dimick and M. K. John F. Hinton. June salary ..... 40.0) Frohock. feed prisoners 329.20 street on an Impimlnz opposite The fact that Mrs. Langtry Is com
of U-J6hn the Divine Passed
Cathedral Ordinance.
and John Frohock. sheriff and. E. C. Mrs Gomezla charity .. ..... 6.00 The Board then adjourned to meet I the ing to act In the New York vanJevllle '1
.... 6.00 will soon be ready to open Its doors. theatres does showthat 4 4'J
Dearborn clerk. Mrs. Veomett. charity .. Tuesday. July 4th. at 10 a. m. not necessarily
W. H. Jenkins. sal. and sued"May Among the prominent women she needs the money. It 1s true
read and Board met pursuant to
Minute of last meeting approved Mrs. Russell '1
the hospital
In are
and June .. . ..... 103.50:; Present T. Wlnfleld.. chalrmanjno. that[ she built In London several years
"'m. lIt rkle. charity ...... ... 5.00 Sewell. E. II. Dimick and M. RJohnsand I Sage Miss Helen Gould, Mrs. Astor ago a theatre that has been a source Following the "demand: of the

It appearing that the tax assessor I. J. Wells, charity ... .. ... 6.00R. E. C. Dearborn clerk. 'and Mrs. Len P. Morton. of almost continuous loss but she Is Southeastern Tariff Association that ':
be unable to present the tax assessment will be the
would R .Taylor. June salary .. ... :3.33 Petition of Karl Zap for permit to The new hospital only not poor. She has a mania for Increasing all gasoline dynamite and other explosives ;

roll for 1903 at this meeting H. M. King stationery .. ... 11.50H. sell liquors wInes and beer In election Institution In the world devoted exclusively her cash bank account and 1* In be confined outside the city
of the Board !t is therefore: ordered to the treatment Ot diseases peculiar -
I W. B. Drew Co. docket 3.00E. district No. 3. was received and ordered the habit of turning her property Into limits and thjtt an ordinance be
be allowed until theIlrsC
that the assessor C. Dearborn, sal Bun.!. .. 105.10T advertised. to women. In some respectsthe whenever she feels that her balance drawn regulating Its sale the rule ,

: .Monday la August to complete T Gamier com . ... 232.50T. Petition of The Beach Club for permit hospital will be the best equipped needs It. To have her deposit go and ordinance committee of the city: j

aid books. X. Wlnfleld. expenses trip to to sell liquors wines and beer la Institution of Its kind In the world. below a certain sum seems to her the council met Thursday afternoon the

Whereat, the former Board of County Orlando . . .. ....... ... :34.05 election district Xo 3. was received Apparatus and fixtures approved by approach of grim poverty. Last year office of City Attorney Atkinson and

Commissioner of Dade County has McCrlmmon Co., lumber .. ... 1C7.36 and ordered advertised. the most advanced scenes have the sold some of her Jewels which she framed such a bill meeting the requirements. .- .
hertofore laU. out anJ granted a public been been procured. The operatingrooms ,.,
.. was not In the habit of wearing because .
J. E. Lummus, dynamite hat .. 25.00State Pi tition of J. W. Rlchbonrg. for permit i
highway.frog: : -Lake Worth to the Atlantic are ..1011\ the top floor, and
her bank account had fallen be- at session
Reform School, duplicate to sell liquor, wines and Deer in Thursday an adjourned
ocean the north part of sections of warrant 6128 .. .. .. :n.59 election district Xo. 3, was received I there la an attic above for the low what she believed It should be. of the council the proposed ordinance

twenty-two (:2)) and twenty E. C. Dearborn, recording for and ordered advertised. kitchens The laundry, pathological It[ I. the prospect of a comparatively was taken up and adopted It 1s as

three (23): township forty-three (43) county . . . i. .... .. 1.C5 P,tition of Ceo Zapf. for permit to I and sterilizing rooms are also on tbeupptr large; sum In a short time with no risk follows : I IAn

south range forty-three (43) east said and Julius Smith. book . . 1.::; Bell liquor., wines and beer In election floors. There are six stories about plays that has lej her to decide ordinance to regulate the storage
Whereas, the completion Iin ait to: back here In vanJevllle. and sale of gasoline benzine and +
Geo. D. Barnard & Co. mdse 40.10 district Xo 10, was received and
highway has been suspended by reason Marshall & Bruce Co, books .::..SIC. ordered advertisedPetition I naptha. and to regulate, the storage 1
of inability to procure the rock an 1 Guests of the McKay Twombieys at
H. Raulerson. commission 1S:>.::U of F. Egerton & Co., for A SOMNAMUBLISTIC ACCIDENT and yak of gunpowder dynamite and Iother

make satisfactory arrangements with Pioneer Cornice Co. work .. 4.5x permit to sell liquors wines and beer I their Newport place will have little explosives within the city limits
Dr. Munyon for said right of way until need to to the ocean for a salt water .
go jromenor Gautler Suffer Serious InJury also regulating\ the use of explosives

H. & W B Drew, stationary 4.tl In election! district Xo. 3, was received
't the present time and C. A. Dean & Co. typewriter ribbons and ordered advertised. dip this summer, for they have-arranged by Falling Jn Sleep. and prescribing penalties for the

Whereas, said J. II. Munyon has . . . .. . . 4.62 Petition of J. C. Lauther for permitto to have the ocean brought to tlolatlon of the same:

made a written proposition to renew Red Cross Pharmacy, drugs ... 6.25 sell: liquors, wines and beer In elec- them Electric mac-bines are bola; Grosvernor Gauller. the eldest son "He it ordained by the city councilof

the privilege of completing said right The following bl1.as\ approved and tion district Xo 3, was rccclveJ and Installed under the famous "Cliff o f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gantlcr. of this Miami: .

of way of a road not to exceed forty ordered paid out of the Interest and ordered advertised. Wa'k." which will pump water Into place has received painful and per- Sectoin '1.. Xo person ,or persons
(40) feet the same to be filled and I the house where a huge tank has been ....rlou.lnjurie. from male firm corporation shall
Sinking Fund: Board then adjourned to meet Wednesday japs a leap or store or keep-
rocked with Miami rock not less than W .1. Shone trE'aBurer. balance In July 5th, at 10.a. m. built for the benefit of those ho wild! while walking In his sleep at 10:30 for sale, within the city limits, morethan
eighteen (IS) feet wide, to extend to Indudlge In the Invigorating pas '
treasury, $1S5S.52. July 5. 190:;. Sunday night says the Palatka News twenty gallons of gasoline beD-
from Lake Worth to. the Atlantic time. Even surf will not be lacking,
The Board then adjourned to ir.eet Board met pursuant to adjournment. This young man. who Is 16 years old. zinc or naptha that Is to say twenty
Ocean; said J. M. Many reservingthe at 2 p. m. Present: T. A. Wlnfleld. chairman for to the tanks are to be fixed device has long been a somnambulist and on gallons In all-at any one time; provided
fee to revert to him In case of which will churn the salt water Into
several former occasions he has had
It was ordered that W. L Metcalf John Sewell. EH. Dimick and M. R. any person may deliver gasoline
abandonment for public highway, the huge artificial .waves which pound the narrow escapes from Injury. This benzine or naptha to customers
be kuthorlzel to make sslUement: wit Johns John Frohock. sheriff and E. C.
county to have full right to erect a Geo. B. Barter to- balance lue onock. Dearborn clerk. bather as hard u the "real thing time be was not so fortunate. within the city from closed metalllo
dock at road terminus on Lake Worth Their sea Is never cairn while the
The Gautiers recently moved to the tank and provided further
purchased from county by Mr. Baker. The petition of W. N. Wood for
for landing of boats with passengers W. A .Smith J. M. Carroll and J. permit to sell Iftiuors, wines and beer churning apparatus Is working, and flat! over Chamberlain's store and itwas that this section shall not apply to-
stock, vehicles .etc... but not to be used billow follows billow in quick succes
from one of the east windows of storage tanks located the right of
C. Rlckards were appointed to viewand In election! district Xo. 10, having been
for fish .lounging; place or other I sion. It Is probable that the girls,
this flat that
mark out road described as be advertised according to law and no young Gautler leaped on way of the Florida East Coast Railway -
that woul. be a nuisance or who have silken bathing suits which
Sunday nIght. The distance to the Company.
ginlng at a point on the ocean beach objections fated same was granted.The .. .
objectionable to residents on the shoreor one fourth of a mile north of the Intersection following Justices o fthe peace are marvels of the moJiste's art will board walk from the window Is about "Sec :2. Xo person or personsjrm .

the pbullc using said wharf for the of the south line of section'I filed their reports of fines, forfeitures i prefer to wander on a sandy shore 16 feet. The boy does not remember or corporaUon. hall store on the premises
purpose of Ingress and egress. Fee to : where they may set the row of that he was dreaming In fact be or keep for sale dynamite
4 In township 47 south range 43 east and costs for the month of June: R. ; guncotton
w''' remain la said J. M. Mnnyon In the I spectators wild with to disporting
knew nothing of what In nitroglycerine other
with said ocean thence running weston C. Tasker F. C. Aicher. R. J. Chilling was passing or high
submerged lands, and the county to themselves In cellar or on lawn
his unconscious think tank until he explosives within the limits
said division line two and a half worth Wm. Stuart Hill and A. E. city ; prof
a nominal\ rent of one dollar per unobserved. Surf bathing at home Is
pay struck the ground. vlded. that not exceeding fifty sounds
miles to the west line of section 6 in Heyscr. county Judge
annum for the term of 99 years. Sall an Innovation at Newport and want Mrs. Gautier he retired shortly of such explosives In alt be kept
said township and range, and make report County Judge and tax collector filed says may
Munyon also reserving the right to of same at next meeting of this their Joint report of licenses Issued probably not be extensively followed after nine o'clock I and went sound and stored In the city limits one hundred -
construct arch ways or buildings over because of the cost and the fact that
Just before his distant
Board. during the month of June showing asleep. leap sloe hea:-! feet from any building
the highway such places u he may the other Is so easy of access. him
Jump from the bed. Knowing his "Sec. 3. No person or personsjlrm
The was :authorized to advertise $II for the State and $21.75 for the
desire andWhereas to rbids for the unloading of rock county. Bomnambnlisti| habits she ran to him or corporation shall keep for sale or

it Is desirable to have access and laying of a rock road or highway Tax collector filed his report for the Dr. Frank Damrosch. director of the only to see him dive through the window have stored on Its premises exceedIng .
to the.count1 road running north new School of Musical Art In this city
if he In
and of
from Lake Worth to the Atlantic month of June showing $103.01 collected as was swimming fifty (50) pounds gun powder
and sooth through said sections and founded by James Loeb with an en making a dive.Tbe at one time.
Ocean J. )I.
Mnnyon's the
across property for the State and 8320 for
other sections connecting therewith at Palm Beach where road I. county, and eleven polls. dowment of 8500,000: has announcedtwo oyung man was tjnlbly Injured "Sec. 4. All teams, wagon and!
from the Lake Front; now, therefore more of the teaching force. On by the fall and rendered helpless. In d.
now graded together with about 300 County treasurer filed his report for Jrays engaged transporting or .... ....
be It his recent trip to Europe he engagedfor Help was summoned and he was carried llterlng dynamite jar other high explosives ,
feet of the county road connecting the month of June showing the following -
Resolved that the attorney for the therewith. balances on hand July 1: the piano forte department Stsis- up stairs. Drs. Sprague and War within the city shall not M

(Board be authorized to prepare such mund Stojotski. and for the vocal de- ren say no bones are broken so far as driven exceeding the rate of four (4)
Also bids for the
unloading of rock General Fund ..... .. .. .... 82.093.lu
contract and agreement as will conform partment Alfred Glraudet Both are discover but there be miles Such
they hour. shall
i and hauling and laying same on the Fine &. Forfeiture .......... 17.41 can may per dynamite
{' to the above proposition from county road from Fort Lauderdale to School..................... 45.44 of Paris although Mr. GlrauJet has internal Injuries. The young man Mhelpness. be carefully loaded and care shall betaken
Dr. J. M. Mnnyon .and that the chairman : recently spent some time teaching in
the present termites of Ui. rock road Road ..... ................ 487-88 not being able to move. His to avoid accidents and coin.Ions.

of the Board and the clerk thereof south of Delray, a distance of about I Game Warden ... ........... .OS Boston. principal Injury Is In the hips. The ex .

be fully authorized to sign such 21 miles. Interest and Sinking .. .. ... 1.858.52 Stojovskl Is one of the very few pupils ternal bruises do not appear to bemUt'h. "Sec. 5. No person on, persons than
agreement on the part of of Paderewskl of whom he Is a
contract or Also bids for the loading of rock Total ... ....... ........- 1..50.43BonJ use or explode dynamite within the
the Board and be It on the cars at rock pit I their {ellow- untryman. having teen born Mrs. Gantler was alone In the house city limits without first obtaining a
trustees filed regular
:Further Resolved that the clerk at Also a tax levy notice, setting forth semi-annual report o receipts and dis In Poland In 1870. He studied first at with her son when the accident..hap permit from the mayor and no dynamite

once advertise for bids as provided bylaw the fact that It Is the Intention of the bursements.The the Paris Conservatoire where he pened. or other high explosive shall to

: for the famishing and rocking Board to make a special levy of four following bonds were received won first prizes In piano playing and The Injured lad Is well known In Miami discharged or exploded within the city I

> with\ Miami rock JOT inch rock u may mills on the dollar for the year 1905: and approved: composing.Mr. and Is a relative of theGanUer unless ample warning be given to the-

be'furnished from the convict pita the for road purposes. GlrauJet was for many years family residing here.CHOLERA public and care taken to protect private
J. R. Mizell. Justice of the peaceJMs.
said road or highway to be eighteen\ The committee appointed to viewand professor of singing and of operatic property endangered by such explosion -
trict No. 6. with J. C. Holly and G. B.
$) feet vide and not less than six repertory at the Paris Conservatoire.Many .
mark out road on section line between Snell as sureties; Geo. C. BoHes. notary rXFANTCM .J.\
( Inches think the same to be of the most famous operatic "Sec. 6. Any person persons tarn
( ) ; sections 20 and 29 and between public State at large, with Edwin ,. T"
smoothly and uniformly laid to a sections. 19 and 30 In township 43 singers have studied under him. or corporation violating any of the
Nelson and W. F. Miller as sureties; i
the said work to be completednot Child Not Expected to Live From One of this ordinance
grade south, range 43 east and between sections provisions joa conviction -
W. J. Shone notary public State at
later than November 1 A. D 1905. Hour to Another but Was Cured byChamberlain's shall be fined In a sum not exceeding
:'t> 24 an d25 In township 41 south large with Chas. H. Garthslde and For the first time in thirty years Colic Cholera and Di

f The following bins were approvedt range 42 east filed their report of Jno. B. Rellly as sureties; R. F. Burr the building at the corner of Wall and arrhoea : one hundred'(8100) dollar or

and ordered paid out of the General same at this meeting of the Board dine notary public State at large.with Broad streets, the first floor and basement Remedy.Ruth be Imprisoned not exceeding thirty

Fund: which said report was accepted and E. L. Burdlne and W. M. Burdine u of which are occupied by J. P. '30) days, or both such fine and Imprisonment.

j; E. A. Froscher, Juror Inq. Henry 5yf the road as described declared a public sureties; E. F. Holmes notary public Morgan t Co., Is now getting a clean- the little daughter of E. N. .

f Lee .........;............... 1.00 road. State at large, with C. J. Rose and J. Ing. The work Is being done by a Dewey of Agnewvllle. Va. was seriously "Sec. 7,: Nothing contained to thlordinanceshall .

O. E. Savage same ............ 1.00 Petition signed by Cullen Pence and H. Cheatham. sureties; J. 8. Genii sand blasting concern and the marble W of cholera Infantnm last summer. be construed to pro*

v H. JL Peacock same ....... ... 1.00 others praying for right to erect a Justice of the peace, district No. 4, front Is slowly assuming a snow white "We gave her up and did not expec: : blblt the storage of gasoline to any

:, JL.. K. McMnHen. same ......... 1.00 bath house on the ocean ridge where with )I. C. Hardee and H. B. Murray appearance again. It has beEn begrimed her to live from one hour to another." quantity In tanks on. uDtb1an.l1D:

[ "W.'E.'' Norton, same .......... 1.00 the county road between sections: 22 as sureties: with dust accumulated since he ...ra.I happened to think of underground tank used ,u .

a R. M. Smith same .......... 1.00 and 27 crosses said ridge was received The following firearm bond were it was erected In 1873. The A. J. I Chamberlain' Colic Cholera and Di power for stationary\ engines.\

Eva Allen witness Inq. Henry and granted. approved: Drexel estate of Philadelphia and the arrboea Remedy and got a bottle of See. 8. This ordinance: shall take effect

: Lee ......................... *1.80 Petition of East Coast Electric Light J. S. Peters with J. D, Dill and W. Mechanics' National Bank of this city I It from the store. In five hTur I sawa ten days after Its passage and1

Emma Mitchell same ........ S.80 Power and Ice Co. In regard to the assessment EL Norton as sureties. E. L. l lnk- are the Joint owners. Interested change for the better. W. kept on approval by' the mayor and aU ordinances '

t f Will Cash same .............. S.80 of Its personal property for son with 8. L. Patterson and J. B. lie crowds have been watching the work giving It and before she had taken, the and parts of ordinance to conflict

'- Thoa Smothers same .......... S.80 the year A. D. 1905 was adversely reported Kenzie u sureties of cleaning since It began. Because half of one small bottle she was well. with the provisions\ hereof be

s KohArFurchgott Co. convict suits on by the attorney for the Frank Gallat with Chas. H. Garth- of the celebrated banking house which This remedy Is for sale by the Red and the same are hereby repealed.

? and freight\ .. ............... J4.ll Board and Baord refused prayer ia. aide and Jno. Abernethy aa sure lilt:. tenant the building Is frequently Cross Pharmacy and all medicine deal

6 L. Granger carriage for coronet's said petition. ties. Samuel Filer with Chat. H.Garthslde but Incorrectly referred to as the "Mor ers. VOYAGE TO LONDON

i Jury .. ................. (.00 'Pursuant to section 3. chapter 5035, and Geo. B. Romth as sure gap Building."

,John Frohock.:salary and sundries Acts of 1901. Laws of Florida a committee ties. B. A. Waldln with J. N. and J. COUNTY COURT Oil Barge.Towed by Big Carrier.Starts)

at convict camp: .. ....100.$ I conslUng of H. P. Brannlng. E. Lnmmns as sureties. Stuart Evan The youthful son of Ignace Pader J Across Atlantis!

f- A. P. Gore salary Jailor .....-. 40.000 Guy I. Metcalf and T. J. Campbell with B. A. Waldln and J. E. Lummus ewskl who traveled with his illustrious
Larceny Case Placed on Trial for the
Noble Padgett work at camp .. 16.75 were appointed to cause a survey to as sureties. J. W. Hood with B. A. father during the put season In The first attempt to tow an oil barge _.,

R. G. Stockton, mdse for camp 14.75 be made of drain commencing on the Waldln and J. E.. Lnmmns aa sure this country 1s to return here next Third Time.In across the northern Atlantic la being

t J. A. Dann. horse shoes ...... J.OO west side of Lake Worth at the outletof ties. Wm. Anderson with B. A. Wald winter to embark In the business of made by the Standard Oil Company

Jno. Sewell. mileage and per the Lalnhart and Dimick ditch In In and J. E. Lummus as sureties. E. musical management lie.was con the county court Friday afternoon which has dispatched Its big oil car

diem ....................... 10.00 section 16 township 42 south range P. Davis and C. J. Rose and E. R. vinced from the large profits! made by an acquittal was secured In the rier. Cole L. Drake with a 4,000 toad

I';, M. R. Johns .same .. .......... 11. O 43 east thence west through west half Davis as sureties. 8. 8. Lyles with J. his relative during the season which case of the State vs. Josh Hnrst. harged steel barge In tow on a voyage to Loo-
E. H. Dimick same ............ 21.20T. of section 16, across section 17, to center H. Cheatham and P. B. JauJon. Ir, has Just come to a close that there was with selling liquor without a license. don.

A. Wlnfleld. same ......... 11.20 of sections 18, thence southeasterly as sureties. John Crane with H. Brook- an opportunity for him In concert bus In command of the Cole L. Drake Is

Bond Trustees com. ...... .... 107.95 through sections 18. 19. 30 and 31: of er and E .F.Brooker as sureties. Tavern iness. The cue of Sabolito Roberts. white Capt. Thomas Fenlon, who ha had
J .W. Ives hardware for camp.. '.05 township 42, thence southeasterly ier Peacock with R. L. Jones and charged with larceny, was then placedon long experience to bam towing and

.. R. E. McDonald JbGx.rn.bo.. 21.30 through section 5, acmes Mangocla J. B. Hawkins as sureties. J. W.Jones According to a Broadway dealer In trial and 1s still occupying the attention has a ronnd-the-Horn record. Last

t., .McDonald. ft Co, mdse... C.20 Lake .thence through sections 17. 20. with H. C. Budge an.ll. F. Kraemeras stamps and coins the little "balboas." of the court. Prosecuting Attorney winter with the steamer Atlas, h* )

J J.'W. Ives. mdse for poor ...... 7.55 29 and 32 of township 43, and part of sureties. or 2-1-2 silver pieces, recently made R. R. Taylor for the State and took an oil barge from her to Sam

i-. Henry Fuller,.sal, sundries .... 29.IS section 5.. and sections 17 and 18 of Bills to the amount of $455.56 were by the Philadelphia mint for the Panama George A, Worley representing the defendant. Francisco, covering the distance of

: B. F. Carter. J'OMI work .. .... 31.53; township 44, the drain or: main canalto ordered paid out of the fine and forfeiture Republic .are selling rapidly for 13.0 miles In seventy-two day:

I Red Cross Pharmacy drugs... t." be 50 feet wide and to run by estimate fund.GREEN ten cents each. he ardor of the coin This is the third time that this cue Both the Cole L. Drake and the

: I. Cohen: Co. mdse for jail .. 2.50 about 11 miles; and otherwise collectors for Panama money, however has been tried. The other two time barge are equipped with wireless telegraph
f H..F. Scruggs plnmblng 3.25: comply with the requirements of said AND GAYNOR may subside as suddenly as the desire being at the last term of court when apparatus.This .

if. 'Red Cross Pharmacy, drugs .... 7.90 law.The ARE DENIED BAIL for stamps of the little republic, the firs thearlng resulting In a mistrial means of communication .

.. A. E. H ftIeI'. sal and sund... 29.72J following bins were approvedand Montreal July 7. Application for as an order has gone forth to''II1th. and the second in a convictionA be useful In stormy weather and ea-*.

W.Watson mdse .......... 53.65 ordered paid out of the Road ball for Green and Gaynor was refused draw the 212 cent pieces from cir motion for a new trial was maJ pen ally In.t"* theInch steel bausr -

C-A.Woodrnff.goods for Thomas 1.57 Fund: today by Judge Qnlmet of the culation. Since the Panama Reepnb- by defendant's attorney and the same connection the two vessels! should

)I. E.: Gruber hardware ...... ..35 B. F. Carter road work .... 8598.43 Kings County Bench. Uc was formed the government there granted, hence the present hearing. part.OffiCiAL .


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... :;: I to Dutch Guiana. Here be was foundby DAMA DOTS MISS MATTIE STANLEY
breath gives
strength to the
1 I 10 Americans who fed and clothed 11"t..m.

i __I_ t,; 'I him and at Georgetown, in British ; promote good digestion std U aa
New Hotel To B Built Many' Resolutions of
and Respect
Adopt B1// i Intsluable illy
BETRAYED TRUST l to nature. It is Mt-
Guiana he as treated by a physician
; j
: professions i Other Ladle Aid Society of the
\ until he was able to sail under the Improvements Under Way, Bantl ire far than the rice that the little.Jap \
I I t Church TburaJay .. depend upon for sustenance and
: I nnn.e of James Harrison for New
trl .rP& York. The writer on making a tour of the Tt In the land that U the home of

Hast Coast, At a meeting of the Ladled Aid SorlrJjr corn the people "
Seven weeks ago Gnerin. reiluced toa stopped off at the town ignore It* Times.
Washington July 8. As a resift of the first
sptiit church of
..skeleton arrived In New York. At of Danla. which Is only :: miles from i
.eWcn rid'xmj i of an ln 'e" iRation by secret service I i ij the Miami Fla. ThunJajr afternoon, tnepreI.lent ,
: the time the State Departmentwas county seat. It Is i.ne of the moot EIGHT PERSIAN GIRL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.Upraetlotta .j agents! of the charges made by Richard I j same appointed a commttte which
enterprising towns In Florida Some
of Guerin' andan I
Cheaiham of the Southern escape rafted( July
% alloottrt.Stst.snd Federal secretary spent sent to New York to !find three years aco: there were only one '! resolutions si follows, on the Sr. Peter S.e-A prepojteron
"PK1&1 tat'Wt1..lor.umll11.f and ptttactlnf Cotton Growers Association: that: I death of Mi** Hattie Stanley, whom j I
or two very small hou the town offer war receently Perlar.
him. The agent failed to locate htm. p* on made by a -
I LA.4 TU1M. Information bad been given to cotton j (;<..l called to her heavenly home {! .
ro.2ox3 7. Miami. Fl*. I I Mte while now there are come 250 on noble 10 the Cur. Last spring a
1 brokers in New York by some June :31. 1905
Pf'I'SOuI I .1"f-l.Inlt.l and Instead of a howling ;! : I IVr'!an granite In close touch with

p. T. SIAGGS. 1L D, or persons In the Bureau of Statistics ; ROCKEFELLER GIFTS uil.lertifxn there Is a writ laid out ""Wberra It has pleated our Heav- the Shah paid a visit to St. Petersburg

Secertary Wilson of the Department J 't only Father In His Infinite wisdom to
loan with echoand church farilltitMi ;, and was accorded an Informal
Offloo with E4 Crow Pbut.sey.Restdesee of AJJ"i<"ulton-! today made public the from I
Nth Strrct John O Rockefeller is today one of. as well nil freight and cxpresx oClcea! 'I' among us one of our Intl'nby Nicholas It. The convernation. -

comer Av. C official report which is as follows."lt : If not the j-reati-bt philantroplsts in ,\. C. F"rmt. one of tie himllnjDiinlaltPH. lIIt'mb4onl. our worthy and honored It .11 said turned on the
I has been found that Edwin S. sister, IhenI."nhl' :
| It,
I II .
the world and though he Ij; not has derided to Greet a new beauty of Persian working-class women

X. JACKSOH, JR. Holme .associate statlstlclan.commnnIratetl ular; mule generally disliked on .e-I j I hotel of tWE'nlyI\"e! sleeping rooms. )I' Resolved. Finn. That In her death and the visitor offered to send
advance Information to L-C.Van the Lallr
count of his connection with Standard i with bath accommodations nnd the Aid Society has lost ODe ,I the Czar samples to see for himself.

orrici: : Riper, a New York cotton broker, and Oil. from which he has amassed blsl|i r-inie has alrf'ad0 rented by Mrs of Its moat esteemed members and The Czar thinking that this meant a

1! HOTEL BISCAYSK BLOCK,AVE. D to M. Haas, also of New' York who great fortune Jt U nevertheless a fact j Annie Webb, the genial hostess of a competent and zealous worker. I gift of photograph or picture,

MIAKL FLORIDA.rjE.aE.CHA.Fia acted as a go-between .conveying the j the Ei-kllson Hou Second. That as a society we de pt his
that he has given away more than fifty j jnilllon c thanked Oriental visitor anj the

information from Holmes to other dollars to educational ant religIons I i R. C Standley has made extensive I y mourn the loss of our dear sister matter passed from hit mind.

NewYork cotton brokers among them I Institution This great amountis I alterations In his house a* has alsoJ. and extend our heartfelt sympathy to i! Recently, however. Czarskoe-Selo
-- : Theodore Price. The family In their '
Ii < DENTIST. divided as follows: W. Mulllkln. J, P. Nix. of the firm great sorrow. war lccjuifled by the arrival of a bodyof
"Steps have been taken to preventa -
&J.t. General Educational Board $10.00(1,0(10 of Nix & Co.. has alto beautified his reeololion', eltfthaatlful Kurd girls select-
O&c* U Buildne. oe Tnlbkk further leakage ot Jepartment figures I
, Strict Chicago Unherslty ........ 15.000,000 residence by hating an extension I ed from among the water carriers of

l MIAMI. FLOIBDA. and an enitre reorganization ot Rui-h Medical College ...... C.000.000 U.X30:: feet added and a porch built : publication and that a page of our ': Teheran. They were a present to the
of Statistic and the I
the Bureau
manner Yale University ..t.. ..... 1.0
I H 1'. ATxnrsoii, of preparing the monthly crop reports Institute Medical Research 1S:3.000: building.Mrs. )In. DeBerry-Arnold ; returned the band of beauties

I have been outlined. The paper Barnard College ........... 1,3.:>,000 Webb the proprietress of the Mrs. XX*. E. Stsnton I from whence they tame with an autograph
ATTORNEY AT LAW. In the cue have been referred to the
Mrs. J. T. '
Southern Education Fund .. l.UG.OM 'i Sanders letter of
t Eskilson House, has Just returned compliment tat
General for the District of j'j'Committee.
Ipeci&I10.&s&a1uUeD l1..a Ie 01 TIW7SaCIY Attorney Harvard University ........ 1.000.000 from Orlando .where she has been thanks. .. .
Columbia and he has reported that ;
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Votary Public IB O t
Baptist Missionary Fund .. 2.000.000 visiting friends. j I I -- '#
Ufflo U S wU BolldlBC. criminal prosecution can not lie 1f
MIAMI. FLORIDA Teacher College .......... 500.000 Mrs. R. S. King left this morning f; CORN BREAD FAR THE BEST FREDERICK S WOODWARD
against Holmes. Holmes has bHDdltml.1Ied i i
Vassar College........... 400,000 for a visit to friends and relatives in
from the service. iI
D K. W. GKAKLBTQ, Brown University ........ 8:5.000 northern Georgia. j I Too Little, teed ss Food la Country Aged Father of Mrs.. E. B. no..peoa'plres

i BUSINESS BULLETSIn Cornell .................. :50.000 A. C. Frost and M. A. MarshalUwo || When It is Indigenous. Saturday Evening.

iI I PlTSICUX AVP StTMMK.Orncs Byrn Mawr College ........ 230.000 hustling citizen, leave next week to
"It Is ,
a crest pltT.aatd Judge Frederick S. Woodward aged T*
I Newton' Theological Sem'y... 150.000 .
ix MIAMI TxLxrioxi B'UM. see Mr. J. R. Parrott on business connected
gunning for new customers keep AJelphl College ............ 125.000 with the town. ],Ir. Frost Hatchings of Muskogee L T.. "that years dial Saturday evening at the
,Hours from 1 a. m.to 4 p. .. the great mass of American people home of his daughter Mrs. J:. RThom-
In mind the kind of ammunition you ; Syracuse University ...... 100.00) and Mr. Marshall between them own
Ft fall to appreciate the marvelous of street
KJAI used In bringing down the old ones. Smith College ............ 100.000T. about 250 acres of fine truck land an J nutritive son corner 11th and BrlckeU

scheme Is M. C. A. New Tort ...:.. 100,000 value of corn bread which is avenue after a lingering illness. Mr.
Dentist A get-rich-qulck a sure are making arrangement to buy more '
} QILLESPIEENLOE, the sure-enough staff of life.* and Woodward
came to Miami
last Jsaa-
winner for everyone except the man T. :M. C. A. Brooklyn ...... 100.000 for the coming season after seeing I'
which is tar and sway superior to the try with the hope that
the air
omc BOC'P: who offers to sell It for a small con Wellesley College .......... 100.000 Mr. Parrott they win risk North Carolina balmy
..A.aLtofM P. K- bread that is made of wheat would restore his
I or any health which: hat
OmCX. FrtowU BatUlmc. SJ.H Uth at.I sideration. Columbia University ...... 100,000 for a short while.
other hind of grain. I am saying: this failed him more than a year before.bat
uLuvszi *
I To write must Denlson College........... 100.000 The town council at their meeting
effectively, we see
not from academic viewpoint hut age sad affliction had
i MIAMI.FLORIDA.fl. clearly and feel genuinely that which Furman University ......... 100.000 Thursday night discussed the advisability tuc Army Axe
personal knowledge, based their few aid
on grasp earthly to effect a
P. D University of Nebraska .... 66.6M of sinking an eight-Inch well
KABTKHSK.D we wish to Impress non the mind ot lean ot observation and experience change.
other Indiana University ........ 50.000 to supply the town with water and *
3=rnrr>.epstfM art.Kun i Any old hunter will ten you that Deceased leaves a wife and net
T. M. C. A. Washington.... 50.000 will confer with the water works engineer -
x DMMt Av.C Theory may teach us how a thing is com bread fed to his fox hounds will daughters two ol tne latter
Omcs i4Hoan.sw4p.Bk
Minor gifts ................. 1.090,000 of West Palm Beacn. resldlnrla
to be done; but we cant know that we j j enable them to pursue the came longer = Florida and the other la CODDeetS-
PrIor to 189: ..,000.000To
Arrangements have been made for ,
BDEYA TUTA AID KIAJD know bow to Jo it until we hare actually and farther than other food
Ii any cut. The funeral held
TrAsA. was at the
churches, etc.. estimate 5,000.00Total the location of a colony ot Germans
done It. and it is the universal rule of ownersof home at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
r&EDEKICX who are expected to strive early next
JOB 8. When a man's advertising shows ......... ......... $5UT2.C6 spring. packs to give their dogs all the I Rev. Dr. Fuller officiating and the interment -
CIVIL ENGINEER that he is thoroughly Interested in his corn bread they can eat before starting being in the city cemetery by
Taking everything consideration -
AND SURVEYOR., business, his business. Is sure to be- on the chase instead of meat or Cndertsker W. F. Miller.
NOT A PREMIERA the writers belief is tact within
Jtaurr Fabbe lor But at LBII. rauealar come Interesting to others., wheat bread. The tremendously I The follolwng officiated U pallbearers .
AttcBttoa flTBB to Sab-DlvldiBf Largo Tnef the next two years Danla wUl be one
COM ever Po.tofflc., A five-dollar-a-week clerk can wipe Journeys that our ;North American Indiana : M. D. Price J. T. Sanders. Gaston -
of the
most up-to-date in the
MIAMI. FLORIDA. out. with one discourteous word, all number of paper Insist on referring State of Florida. town have been known to make afoot ; (hake. R. H ..WhltullC1optoa
to the position of Secretary of could never have been
and F.
B. Stoneman. contrih-
the good impression fifty-dollar- accomplishedI Many
E. EICHXONlr your The Duals Outing Club has lesieuthe
State that of I
as "Premier following
s. a-week advertlseme.pt may have create on any other kind of rations. | abed floral offerings among them Dr.
large launch ot A. C. Marshall of !
and Continental
English custom
"The man who eats bread
ed. corn regularly and Mrs. McConlgl Mr. and Mrs.
Fort LauderJale. for the coming seal
which designates the chief man of the may not know It. but he is fol- Brlckell. Mr. and Mrs. Fitch. Mr. aaj

".acirr Pennine MITARY CHANT ri'BLJCSTATE I.AND COM AII' Cabinet as Premier. I son.Mr. lowing a dietary system that is IJeaL i Mrs. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ellis

AT LA&GEICTLEB. NATURAL BRIDGE OF AGATE The analogy! Is not a true one. The Marshall h anticipating a tripto .. ,
-- -
FLORIDA. Secretary of State may or may not be the- North and West -

Arizona Claims This Wonder In Its' the chief man of the Cabinet. The Secretary N .K. Chambers and wife the sister ;I FREDK. S. MORSE

H. P. BRANM/SG/ Famous Petrified Forest. of War bat been the head man and brother-in-law of Mrs. R. C. ,

Attarsrjf J Cesudbr, In Roosevelt' Cabinet sine the election Standley, of the northern part of the

and unless Secretary Taft Is State are visiting at Danla and think
to Wfcttai. Merest: There is unending variety of marvelous REAL ESTATE
hmetAtDs-t)State bat sight to be seen in the petrified made Secretary of State all Indications ing very seriously of locating Here.

forest covering thousand of acres are that the Secretary of War Mr. P. Hansen has added an "L" ,

West Palm Beach .: Florida in the eastern part of Arizona, but will continue to be not only the head to his dwelling 14x20 feet which Offices up stain Cor. Ave.C and It th St.

of the Cabinet but that he will share make a very pretty effect the more
what is regarde. as the greatest of
JAPED T.SAITOEES, all 1s the bridge of petrified wood.It I', the authority of Government with the so as he has quite an extensive lawn Miami Dade Co. Florda.

ATTORNEY AND Pre IJent. between the house and the rock road. :
is a huge petrified tree trunk '

COUNSELOR AT LAW. spanning a canyon-like ravine fifty feet i There are numerous incidents where Dr. J. W.Pinch. of Lac du Flambeau '"AGENT OB LANDS OF- 'Vs>

Oore1&I tad KM Estate: Law.. Acrat for wide-a bridge of agate and Jasper the Secretary of State hat not been the his, has written Mr. Frost that he ,
J'Mk1It7 aM IeroaIt Co.I.ttlaoe.,1(4. Premier of the Cabinet. The will arrive at Danla in the early win- Florida East Coast Railway Co.
the of reason
Omen a WATMV BLOCK. lock Bos SiFLORIDA. overhanging only clump living I
YIAML trees within the forest's borders. Each for this is that before the United ter with his family to locate. Dr.Plnch Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.

end of the log is embedded In shale States became a world power the most 111111 occupy the store In the Eskilson Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
.MITCHELL D. PRICE He also writes
as a pharmacy. ,
and sandstone, leaving 100 feet of it Important questions .which the Government j
had to consider those that several families will accompany .w
either wholly or partly exposed. How were not
Attorney at Law and Solicitor much of its length still remains completely bearing upon Its foreign relations. Yet him to locate.

k in Chancery.OOecflatehetiaUdc. I ) .. S. G. Zimmerman, of Miami ,,
II buried is unknown but each It has been generally recognized since
MUMI.rU I year the action of the elements brings the time of Washington that the Sec i is visiting her parent at this place. I II I Mango Seed WantedWe

more into riew. retary of State was nominally at :

W. C. MA YffARD. So tar time has graciously spared least the first place in the Cabinet. I LOois\-iIIe& Nashville R.R. ;

the Integrity of this natural curiosity But even though it is first it still \ \

but in the last few years the log has should not have the title of Premier.

begun to show signs of yielding to the The Premier of Europe is at the hnd Ver) Low Rate Ronnl Trip will pay 6 cents per dozen for

of the Government,
natural inclination of petrified trees the King being

and in' several place transverse but the nominal ruler, or as Pitt expressed Summer Tourist Tickets. fresh, sound. Mango Seed, delivered -
cracks appear. Fearing that the bridge It, he "reigns but does not I

Perfect fitting, easy' wearing flasses would tumble to destruction the Government rule." So there the Premier is truly On sale daily to various reSrt.1 at Wilson & Flye's Grocery
are a great comfort. With our extensive ,
has recently had two stone first and the responsibility of Govern North and West limited to October I I
apparatus and large experience Store. Avenue D. Miami Florida
there u no Eons work. Price rea- abutments erected under It, making or ment is upon him. But this is in no 31st to return including ,

sonable., We repair Watches, Clocks it a bridge of three spans. This no sense the case with the Secretary of '!
t Jewerly and Spectacle A portion of Gkk90, Milwaukee. MisBKapofis. .
year trade asked for. Located on ..l.y.caae severs State. The Prime Minister of Eng St. Paul. Dearer, Colorado i I The Griffing Brothers CompanyProprietors
D between Uth and lit II Sts.. I land at present 1* not the Secretaryof Springs. PMWe !:

,W. C. MAYNARD, State although an English Prime I

JewetoraaJ.dvsdoate Optidaa TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE Minister sometimes elects to hold this CklreneJg rates to PcwtJMdOrc.1| Pomona NurseriesJacksonville

office but usually if be I* a commoner Account Louis & Clark Exposition !-. and Miami Florida

Had By Edward Gnerin, who Escaped he i* the leader of the House of Common ; also to San Francisco and

PATENTSOpvotfM From Devil's Island. *, and First Lord of the Treasury. Los Angeles. -- --- --;---

"Premier' is not the proper title for coo
ONLY LINE operating through' :
Edward Guerin. for whom the police the Secretary of State in this country. from Florida
=--. fie ext.'RrTus u.era..uM f:. and secret service detective have The Speaker of the House of Representatives I: .

IeaeT..r..e.ta'sola.MOwrd ., been searching since May 1, 1. said is a more Important person I' \ LINE operating through ,: DI.E.K.A.D'.IJ: :
: :
W is
-' tw w "
r _MIlT : I _v by the World to be in New,Tori.Gnerin :. and If the President so Ccslres. he may sleepers from Florida to St. Louis .
.w p .o.OrM 1Iot-" awl..i. : with Dining Car Service. :
".-. twi..euh.. v.aaaauas.esAter was serving a Iffe sentencein make of the Secretary of State nothing t

w e..aw Ik L Prtwit 1. a+OC w .;..wee.s, the French penal colony on Devils more than a clerk. We ought to ,: Tlroool earfsI Skepets 'I. Calf.nia :

WASMIMGTOK. O. C. Island. 'He had been sentenced in hold to our own designation and not !, free Rrcbtd Chair Cars :

.. ParIs In 1901 for robbing the American ape foreigners.Paul Finest Din too Car Smlce,II rile Sooth : : rapidly! going to the front as the lading

DSWIFMKILL Express Company there of 16,000. As A,k for tickets via the L. & y. : city in South Florida. Everybody
he had robbed the bank of Lyons Morton Is said to enjoy hard
For rates and schedules to any :I II is going to Miami. Now is the time to
France ten yean before of '50.000.the work. Considering that he ha ahead I I I
point North or West and for Pullman :
French Government gave him the of him the Job of separating some of Reservations call on or write : secure a choice location either for business -

maximum penalty which was life. the Equitable society' official from I
I I GEO.E.BERRIG. "I IF1a. or residence. Choice locations in
COUCH In prison he met Tom O'Brien, an their illegitimate profit, this 1s exceedingly I Par.Art, U AN.! R R. <
nisi CURE THK LUNC8 American murderer and they planned fortunate. I sa W.Bar Sleet, Jackwttill. Florida '': the city for sale by : : : : : : :

escape. The chance came to O'Brien, I II 1-
"" Dr. King's but be failed and died later with Gnerin Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's !:


Haw In 1904 Gnerin became in and was I .
transferred to the mainland. French i : ) ) ) (

'?OMtuarnoNOUGHSasd Pries Guiana.

FOR / BOca$1.00 On May 1 Gnerla was outside the Can on Or

LM Free Trial. lines and on his way through the Chill Tonic :'o ii a.: sz'% :'. :E. SSTOIt.A E W
Barest. and Quickest CaN for ail swamps was provided with food and Agent, Fort Vice-Pre, Fort Dallas
I Dallas Land Co. Miami. Fla. Land Co.
THKOaT and X.XTXO ZSOTJB- : armed. The fugitive was captured Augustine Flat
.I and robbed by Indians before he got I No-Cw e.No.Pay. so ceats. 1!000000 000000 0000000000000000000000000000000


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'I and tbat company ba bad tbe temerity I NEWS FROM DANIA t I FINANCIAL STATEMENTFor I I 0000 erably atart more banks give our retired '

WASHINGTON I to demand renewal of its contract. I I r office holders a chance to help 14

i Wben this wa done the President appointed Pineapple Growers Rejoicing over the the Month of June, of the County THE DRAINAGE TAX. ]: drain us; but remembertkls that thejQisston

CORRESPONDENCE>r. Bri tow a special com- Board of Public Instruction.
Company relinquished most
,)miseionertoinvestigatethe claims of Recent Heavy Rains. ooocx 1 \
1 IOf Us twenty-five cent per acre Ian !
ilr. Brutow's; 'pra tic.1l1 substantiates The Danla of the
report correspondent Editor Miami Metropolis
'I : taxes. And capitalists who
Miami Fla., June SO 1905. i are holdIng -
1!. tbe finding of a congressional TlmesTnlon fond* out the following the that caused
Washington, D. CJulf To lion. E. C. Dearborn. Clerk Circuit One of thing a i s drainage lands In good faith and
found in 1 U3
committee which < .
Pmident Roosevelt bas persusded"Elibu Interesting news from that progressive Court: great deal of unpleasantness in the i I who are willing to pay reasonable taxes
that Transcontinental Railway *
Root, former Secretary of War tbe community: year of our Lord. IT'S was the fact i until these lands
Railroad Sir In compliance with Sec. 3. I are needed, caD
the of of: Pool was paying the Panama Pineapples are almost gone anj the that who lived In what Is
to accept position Secretary people now fall to pay taxes
$110O.000. for tbe privilege of Chapter 4332.::: Laws of Florida .eht'r..by any whatever then
State and it is generally conceded that year growers are rejoicing over the recent known as the United States of AmerIca the will
file with I goose to
dictating rates via tbe Isthmus, so you the following I IIt..mb..1 I cease lay-you bOW'the
he could not have made a wiser choice heavy rains, which were badly need thought that taxation and repre-
I| rest-and
that tbe extortionate rates chargedfor statement of all school mOD- you are all fond of eggs
from among the prominent Republicans ed. Mentation should go hand In hand. and plums.
tbe eys received appropriations made and
in this tlon. freight an passengers across Mrs. A. Webb has
mentioned conn returned home
continent would not suffer from com warrants Issued for the month ending In the enactment of the drainage Governor Broward. we ajmlre your
Mr. Root bit, in the eighteen months after weeks visit to Orlando.
petition. Mr. Bristow furthe} find the :30th day of June A. D.: 1905. tax law the counties most Interestedwere manhood and general priciples you
which have succeeded his nliJiqol.bmenS R. ICox, who has been spending
that the Pacific Mail Steamship Com: RECAPITULATION OF FUNDS as far as representation Is concerted helped free Cuba. What are yon doing
the of u in the several In Ga.
ot portfolio war. days Scotland has returned
Balance In far In the minority. Wouid to Sooth Florida? Did filibustering
parry which bas doubtless also bt'nl'IIttt'd treasury as perlast yon say -
nifty jears which proceeded its .as and reports a delightful vaca
sumption, been the attorney for some by payments from tbe railroads tion. statement .. .. ... ... I1C9.20: the counties having a majority In tie a lltte.! or do you can It
his bas never made any effort to develop Receipts for month. Itemized Legislature like to have without notice reform In large.letters?
of tbe most flagrant trust, Mr. anj Mrs. X. K. Chamberlain: of
of tbe War Department its commerce on the Pacific coast al- herein :. .... .. 5.S1I.56 a tax bill passed that there shall J. W. EWAX.
.. conduct of tbe affairs EJgar. returned home toJay. after
affords ground for tbe be- though there is ample room for doing Warrants outstanding this be a law to the effect that all their

lief tbat a. Secretary of State be will so. Accordingly, Mr. Brwtow recommends spending several. days with relatives I date.. ......... .. ... 10.C71.S3 high and dry lands shall be taxed: at NOCATEE GROVE SOLD

devote his entire energies and abilitiesto tbat the transportation of hereM. A. I Total..... .... . $16.6:+::99 the rate of five cents per; acre until TO COLONEL THOMASA
I Marshal president of the Os-
between Panama I fund-Is raised to the
with freight and passengers a carry surplus
the interests of tbe country ceoa!
absolute singleness of purpose. and Colon and tbe United States Parking Company accompanied Warrants outstanding as water from Dade and other counties special to the Tlmea-Cnlon from

1 be thrown open to tbe competition of by A. C. Frost agent for the Florida per past report ....... 16.13S.56 and spread It over their hills and sand Arcadia says:

Tile selection of Mr. Root for tbe the ships of tbe world; that If tbt I'a- East Coast Railway Companyexpectto Total warrants drawn this patches? The famous Noratee grove.the proi>*
leave on Monday next. They will
1 first place in tbe cabinet places a new cHic Mail Steamship Company refuses month as Itemized herein 469.99: Doe not the bill savor of special city of CoL T. J. Watklna has been

significance on tbe political situation to develop its line on tbe Pacific coast visit St. Augustine Jacksonville and Cash In hands of treasurer legislation? If so. li It not unconstitutional sold to I:. A. Thomas 01 this city for

within tbe Republican party and is and serve points other than San Francisco from there they expect to go to several this date .... ... ..... .... 45..4 ? $100.0i)0.
an effort be made to induce some places In Wisconsin.J. .
accepted by many leading Republican W. Munikln When the people purchase lands The grove comprises 110 acres ta
to make
u an unquestionable evidence tbat tbe other steamship company to establish a Total ..... .. .... ....... 116. 3.t9 from Individuals, corporations or government grapefruit and oranges, and Is one of
a line of ships between tbe Pacific business trip to Cuba in the near to-
president hope to make Elihu Root WARRANTS ISSUED should they not have the the largest bearing roves In the '

i .bis heir to presidency. Even Secretary i coast made and to induce Panama a reliable; that an effort be to ture.Miss Bertha Mulllkln spent several 2C2S 619; Jesse ConUin. Xo.ll privilege of saying whether they want State many of the trees being over !Y'\

Shaw who cherishes large sized company plumbing .... .. .. ... ... 1.00 their land drained or not and who thirty-five years old and In sound.thrifty
o.n.1 establish a line of vessels between days In Miami this weelcj! Miss Mulll-
of his
presidential aspirations 2640 6;19 11.4 W.B.Drew Co. condition.
the want to do It? Quite number of
Colon and tbe Gulf ports of tbe United kin will again be principal of the anlala
fears tbe result of Mr. Root's
i furniture supt's office ... 20.71 Colonel Thomas Is an experienced
very Intelligent people have bought
tbe secretaryship of State fears it States; and, that, if this cannot be school much to the satisiactlon of
1. all the patrons: 2635 6,19, :Meyers &: Robinson lands from Miss Florida ana were under orange grower, being a part owner laa
to much that be is almost inclined to establish electric lights and owrk. 15. 7.00 Urge for
the Impression that she was a grove which he has bees
Messrs Frost and Larson have
tbe fight for which bas si purchased -
give op 2633 Dade Furniture offered 80.000 .
6,19 County -
single and could deed In fee
4 woman
elaborate as gall and wormwood tbe transcontinental the White Front Restaurant
ready. been making preparations. railroads which will inevitably formerly owned by S. G. Zimmerman Co.. supplies...... ... %.1:5: simple and give absolute title but itseems This purchase makes him the most

bring into action their Improvements bate already been begun 2637 6,19 E. S. Montgomery.4rent to be much married-tied to a extensive grower In the State.

powerful lobby to Induce Congress to and this building will now be ... ...... .. ...... ... 20.00 Board of Infernal Improvements, an I He will move Us family on the .
What becomes of the aspirations 2634 6,19 William Counts 6col grove tad give his personal ...
enact legislation which will render it made a hotel of thirty rooms. about one hundred other Mormons
with which Secretary Taft impossible for tbe Canal Commission C. Elkison. of Chicago Is rent ......... ...... ...... 17.50 who call themselves senators and representatives his grove property.
now erectIng
credited Is cot known and
bas been
to carry into effect Mr. Bristow's re- a handsome 2625 6,19: C. H. Strothman. 15 .and who are claiming Colonel Thomas Is manager of the

Mr.Taft Is not here to speak for bim- commendations which recommendations eh expects very to cottage this which Janitor ... ................. 27.00 dower at the rate of five cents per De 8oto Trait' Compaay.. oa* of tae
;self bat it Is Intimated by those on occupy winter.
if observed would prove of tbe 2639 6'19 Mrs. N. J. Plckett. acre. Mlle Florida will have a bad largest orange buying Irma In the

the inside of Republican politics that utmost value to consumers and shippers 11. janitress ........ ...... 15.03 name; she will become aa notorious State. -
Mr.Taft will receive compensation
throughout tbe entire country NOTES FROM BOYNTON 2638 619 Ceo. Andrews 13 as Miss Carolina with her dispensary.In -- -
the form of a promise from Mr-Root fuel ........ .. ..
... ..... j.oo plain words the State Is breaking
of tbe Chief Justiceship of tbe Supreme School Books
2632 619;, W. H.Challle ft: Song faith with Its Investors Iron
Court la tbe event that MelvIlJe W. )Meeting the Boynton Company held ; using aa
ocoooooocoooooooococococooLEGAL supplies ... ....... ......... 6.00 law-no chance for protest or
gag appeal
Fuller i* sufficiently accommodating There This Week. .
.. either to resign or die during tbe present PAPERS FILED 2630 619 F. W. Miller 11 -and no notice of Intention such Juvenile Books '
transporting of pupils.33.00 as the laW : for legislation
require special
administration.' Kr.TaU i* etsentially .
a lawyer and be would dearly UOOQOOOOOOOOOOO Boynton Fix. July 11. 2631 6,19 J. :M. Rowley. 11. and II Is special for it does not Cook Books :..;
Warranty deed. Aldls R. Gerber to transporting of ....
love to preside over tbe Supreme W. R. Harney. of Miami president pupils 67.iO affect all counties.

Bench. That is a life position where C. P. Jackson for 1800. lots 2 and 3. of the Boynton Packing Company.was 2629 619; Hattle Carpenter The fund can be collected and held!

u tbe presidency may not last more section 19, tp. 40. south range 43 east. in ton last Thursday and held a services on grading com. 8.50 by the State-or rather by Ita favored I JoKe BOOKS

Warranty deed C. E. Johnson and meeting of settling 2C04 6 19 C. \'. WauKh. servIces Will the [
than four years,--cannot last to exceed that company up depositories. they pay tax-
eight in any event,-and besides wife to Fred S. Morse .for $C0. five all their business for the past season on grading committee. 14.60 payer who don't want his lands drain '

;Mr.Taft might command sufficient acres in section 21, tp. S3 south .range and will probably not meet again; until JGM; 619 Earl Smith. a $Ltrnpt. ed by the State ten per cent. Interestper I Blank BooksPocket

support to secure tbe nomination;' 41 east. their annual meeting In February.Who In examination . Si)\.) annum for the use of the money? i i!.

whereas Mr.Root, who ba* the abeo Warranty deed L. L. McNeil and gays July Is always a dry 2627: C,19 W. W.llall. srrt ices It will also be found that much of Books

lute confidence of tbe Wall Street wife to Fred S. oMrse for SCO. five month? on grading committee . 8.00 the land to be taxed for drainage is,

crowd could, doubtleswith. tbe assistance acres In section 21. tp. 53. south range Dr. wood was In town Sunday morning high and dry and the owners are

of tbe President command tbeDomlultlon 41 eau on professional business.M. Total expended for schools.$260.46 studying as to how It can best be Irri And a general line

and would then be subjected Warranty Jeed Boston and Florida C. HarJee has sold his launch EXPENSES OF ADMINISTRATION gated.Ah. 11.... It Is a pretty sight- I

only to the danger of defeat at Atlantic Coast Land Co.. to Fred S. and now whim h.. trawls well he 2iM3 C 19 R. E. Hall sal May 69.89 Gentlemen of northern and high and .of all kinds of Books
which will Morse for $1.A 0. ten acres In section OH1! : R. K.IU11 sal Julie
tbe polls a danger prove won't be on the water. 65.00 I Jry Florida you are smiling; we knowit

small unless the Democrat bestir 17. tp. 53, south range 41 east. James Gould has been appointed t24; 6 16 W. M. Burdine.. per ; you have done it before. We raise I'

tbt'nHh8'and perfect a stronger and Lie pendens, E. L. Eaton vs Fields justice of the ponce In this district In diem and mileage . . 6.45 citrus fruits here and you think like ATSmith's
abler organization than they now and Osbotncopartners. S';:3 6 16 E. WJ.
place of W. G. Mayberry. who recently ParrlHh. Jo 20.42 the lemon lime and orange we tike
possess, between now and the summer J 2622 6,16 Ell Sims do ...
of 1908. resigned his office as justice. tol, >e squeezed. You certainly are doing
MORE DREDGES FOR Bert Kapp )al'. Gould and Cullen I' 2619 6 1C R. E. Hall. Incident. 11.19 It. Yon are willing to help us Book Store

:New bas'reached here from Tokyo I. EXTENSION WORK Pence were in Palm Beach on bll"I-1 26.16: 6,19, :Miami Ptg Co..print-. and drain us; we sba.l need many

and St. Petersburg which bas been Interpreted ticK Tuesday, making tbe return trip I ing statement and reports. 6.75 drainage:: bosses: and we want you tot I
to mean that tbe first formal There are now no less than four on wheels. JCcfi 6 1C Sun Pub Co. printIng "''' the drainage fund liberally; It will Miami. Fla.

meetingof; tbe peace conference between powerful dredges lying- at the Terminal Harry L Lewis of Lantana was in ad for examination . 2.00 hf lp your exhibit o fresouces consid .

".' Russia and Japan will occur in dock being fitted and preparedfor town one day lost week. Mr. Lewis is 1Total "1

Washington on August 1. in accordance early operation In Jigging canals thinking! seriously of moving' to MIami expenditure: . $169.99
and channels In the construction ITEMIZED hECEIPTS 1
wltb tbe earnest representations necessary In the near future. II
of theF.E. C. Ry. extension CounlYIol'boullcovt'1. T. N. Gau-
of tbe PrealdeDS. that all possible expedition The cottages on the ocean beachare

should be used to prevent, In from the mainland to Key West, and wed under way and will soon b\ tier . . . . .. 619.75
while they present a most Imposing County whirl. levy from tax
so far ss mal be, further loss of life laKaocburla. completed. Make Home
It is* now expected that spectacle rumor has It that ere many R. H. Rousseau was a business visitor redemptions . .. . ... .J9 your

'plenipotentiaries'will. bold one weeks there will be twenty more of In West Palm Besch. Railroad taxes . : . 3630.92

formal.meeting i'Washington n. after these Immense machines in operation rnlforni system pub. schools.1520.OC

'rich they:'will adjourn to meet as on this great work Rent Palm Reach R. E. Hall. 12.00
,some:sea;i shore city in':New England Two of the fair dredges now hoi a. 7--- u---

'It, is ,further expected: tbd tbe plenipotentiaries the John Babcock and Rough Rider; SENT TO THE KEYS Total receipts for month. $3312.36:

with' their respective were brought Joan r'short time ago

suites,. will embark Washington on from Fernandlna rnd Savannah respectively Four boats, the power schooner THE MIAMI Summer ResortDo
navel, .vessals which ..will be providedfor by the tu,; Dauntless Captain Buccaneer sidewheel power boat Lady MAKE A TOUR

tbe purpose .and will! sail directly James Floys commanding and Lou. and a large lighter houseboat

to Oyster Bay there to pay their respects Monday the same tug came in got away Sunday morning at 4.30 Tbe "Miami KIJs" Ball Club U to not compare VUDOR Porch Shades with

to, the President, before proceeding from Jacksonville towing the powerf il clock for the keys of the lower coast make a tour of the State. They Intend Bamboo Screens, any other Screens. Screensdo

to such place U may be ultimately clam shell dredge MlkaJo and a with two hundred hands, several hundred to first take the Tltusvllle club
not from the Sun's neither do
protect you .
.selected fur their summer smaller one of the suction class, :and whet-lbarrows. picks, 's9ovelsetc. into camp If games ran be arranged..
4 meeting Wbatevrr place may be set .. moored them at the dock Tbesj! to begin active operations la the bullJ- and men move on up the State, going they offer any Porch seclusion at all as passersbycan

lerted for;,ibe-meetings of the plenipotentiaries dredges were purchased! : by the East Ing of the F. E. C. Railway extension to Daytona St. Augustine anJ Jack see all portions of the porch without difficulty.

j during tbe hot weather, Coast Railway Co. from the R. G. RJM to Key West. sonville. where they will play the

It is assumed that they will return Contracting Co.. of Jacksonville and Tbe Mount Pleasant hcst l G IJl
towed the Buccaneer amateur team From Jackson. You but
f, to* tbe national I t capital for' their !analunfereoee : are practically ready fay begin opera and the bons>>boat Aiwn the lie' the club will probably go to Fer- Vudor see

; and will here sign **the tions. bay to Cape Florida where the former nandina and then progress down he I

f treaty of Washington" which it U ext Immediately after arriving here tot was cut louse and procvied inter I west coast taking In Gainesville. j Porch Shades are not seen
pmed/will be tbe of 1
product reonfenDc Dauntless l.*ft, for Jacksonville, and fall, ,,'biletbe- houseboat was kept In Oran and Tampa.
1' ..UJ surprise no if the
< one will return bore at once with two or tow. The Lady lam went down un.ier The club .s Its name InJioaiea.bow: '
CMtin.gs extended,over a considerableperiod When your porch
more large derrick barges, purrlutse. her own')>ower. The outfit Is en mute over. Is not to be composed of "kid" I
of time say three or four from the same cotnpaay. to Key l..ergo .where the company has player .but they will, oa the other I Is fitted with Vu
k month; and it rs expected that beforetbetime' ]7
TUG L H PELTON ARRIVES already begun operations on a email hand, be at lively an outfit of grownnp e4 dor porch shades.
comes for tbe signing of a ,
1' The tug L. H. Pt lton. of Jackson ill* scale and as soon as the cargo Is discharged ball players as can t x> raked up inmost :
treaty tbe temperature in thenational dl you can see all
s wilt bav become which wan purchased a few days nco the boats wli! return here for I any town In the State. They ex- ,
capital once more I
bearable/\: ? by the F. E. C. Ry. Confront, Captain other men and material. I i.I poet to make a record for themselveson the passers by '.

Thompson of that city; for towtn? Key Largo is the first of the keys tb's trip and are" hunting the best I i" +ee'e ,Y but they cannot '

The Republican i.' work In connection with he buil.lin? tbat will! re rrwwsl by the road after teams to go up against In order to do i -
party constantly '
finding itaelf in dilemmas as tbe result of the Kej West extension arm c.l in U leaves the mal land. It is. the lartt'1 It They will play only In cities whore t see you you can

: of employing booeft men to cons port Monday In_ command of Captains
duct investigations and make recommendation W. H. Mcintyre and H. a From that the company will confine Its operation ,I to pay etpensr.. They hope In a way 6 attire without fear

*. Such was tbe case when berger, and tied up at the teraii-vai I here and on the trestle<< between to clear enough money to tan a ball ir

4 Fourth A siistant Postmaster Genera) dork. there and the mainland for the I groun-l 1 fund for :Miami. j i \ of observation

Bristow .investigated tbe Pottottlce The Pelton Is sporially adanted to: prevent. Several hundred men are already Capt. Bob Taylor Is to manage: the ;, i from !without and .
Department. Such was the raw when Ilptft water towing and Is a powe.'Ai engaged in the work and toe tram on I Its trip and will take about I your porch is also then a delightful place to serve

Secretary Tin found that tbe "pre-., craft She is 70 feet In length by III.. number will. lie Increased as rapidly as eleven tnrn. Including an extra: pitch

f tested hags" were try log to rob tbe I feet bt'am.IIDJ: draws 4.8 feet of water.: possible until there Is a thousand or or. and a general utility! player. Of luncheons and refreshments and to entertain friends

government by charging domestic ;: She registers 4C gross tons and was more engaged at this point course Hilt wl! be relied on to do I I --- --'- -----

prices for material for Panama Canal built at Jacksonville In US%. The Terminal dork In this city Is the best part of the work on tbe slab

and such Is* now- the; case .since Mr. Captain Fromberger 'wffl go In the now a busy plare. Quantities of stores but another man. almost If Dot equally
BrisWwli bis new capacity Special i Peltou'a. master Be Is an experienced are accumulated! there and as fast as I as gnnd. will be taken also. A

Panama Railroad,, Commusiooev, bust seaman and towboat man, tad possible they are rushed to the keys. few of the "Has Berns" outfit may

made bii report and recommendation will be remembered as having commanded Other boats are now being preparedfor be used on the trip but the regular

oa tbe c mm.rclal.lde of tbe Panama the tugs Martha Helen and the transporting of the freight and Kid" nine cola furnish a greater part COMPANY THE HOUSE THAT .

Railway. The Panama Railroad bat Bon Accord daring the building cf men and within a very few weeks of the team anj Miami fans have TREATS YOU RIGHT

1 always .,accorded the Pacific Mail the Jetty seaward from the land north tie work of building .this nnique and enough confidence in them to believe

,:. Steamship Company a moooply of all of Norris Cat the work having been wonderful railroad will hare been well that they wfll give a good accounting ..

transportation n-r!e4 the_ fb-ns !rSr.! fret a few week saga under way. of themselves .


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