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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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/OL., i 10-NC$| 30. MIAMI DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA. JAN. 12 1906 BIGHT PIns j"


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:liL DECREE E IS ENTERED TODAY THE ANNUAL DADE COUNTY fAIR WHAT; WAS \D0'\ _brought iN 1905RuxoJapancie to a CITY COUNCIL .


clone b> -h- treat Portsmouth


; ; IN THE B BUY Y FRONT SUIT CASE C WILL BE HELD DURING MARCH Russia Great Mhl'l.t and iitrlke and Spain In sear Russia nls's I..al active I to what la TALKED MUCH V


may be the wind up of the Empire
Industrial strike In toe severalciHiatriei
lead to loan of life and enor

Judge Minor S. Jones' falling off la catche aa tke house This Is the Announcement Made Today By E. V. mom Reform money political'OA.....movement la this. era LITTLE

touatry snaoip the bases la Pen*

v of (Circuit tourt.L!L mackerel mentioned'above taken by, the both total pas amount and gill of Dlackman Secretary and General Manager. land sylvanla New Jersey Ohio sad Mary. ;- "e r

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mete to date being under one minion
I Federal reform Include I trial aad :
pound conviction of offlcla'a: ADd S..Ion.I I'
I At the Adjourned Session
Ii I I
i The aaaaal Dade County Fair will specimens ten be shown that wM .
A NOVEL SHOW
First InvMion ef Th ....... I
FORMS WITH MANDATE i Elaborate preparations are being be held aa usual' beginning oa or compare favorably with any r.lte4' The lint Invasion of railroad com- Held Wednesday Night. I
I about the eecoad la Marchof elsewhere VJ
Tuesday
made by the Ladles' Aid Society of mercial ageet*-those fellow who
this year. :' Mr Blackmaa who w'th: the liberal drum up aDd solicit freight for 'kelr
the Presbyterian church tor a baby 3la
support of Mr H. M nac'" road-of the season, hit Miami last -
s <
Ihia tba
show to be held ta the Fair IIDt141a,. was ptalUve aeatement
the of the hat
and cltlteaa
county night\ aaj will remala IB this section:
Thursday afternoon, January It.from made by Mr. E. V. Blackman seers arranged sad had charge of all these for the acxt several days lookiag

State Supreme Court, and 1 to S o'clock. tar) and geaeral manager of the -"e fafra la past H.__. la BOW convalescent over the veget,b'e ,situation BO tkat HACK ORDINANCE PASSED
The show will be an unique oae la
to Metropolis this frpm attack of
a reporter moritagand a seven grip they expect to get any great volumeof
SrIn s to Close i Long PendU Miami and tt promise to be a decided from BOW until the date of opealac .' and 'laD, affection and feels equal business, bat simply to let tie i tipper

.1K't'fM. There are many pretty Mr. Blackman will fred all of to the emergency ail from this time l I aad grower know they are w
healthy aad attractive babies here.aadaa his eaenfea to that ke will devote his aadlvided time
: Interesting Suit-SubtUtct oa rill IB the laid of the tiring and
[jMiad every mother tklakt bera tile cut- nIl laformatioB will l be g'ad news sad atteatloa la working ap latereat bar not forgotten them. AQ of

; of Whit the Decree eat, beet and moat attractive there are to both the people of Miami ant those la the exhibit, aid by which ke ti- the rlaitora! hail from Jacksonville ia Amended Form Limiting
i man to be a large number of future. of the coat) who had regretted ex- pacts to not oily equal bat surpass sad are C. Saadcraoa, commercial

,>Recites end Orders.- mea sad women pat oa parade sal ceedlacty the probability that tkere I' an prevloe dlap'aya of the klaj both agent of the B. 0. : George 11. Fires to Fifty CenU-Codification '

[ exklkitioB.la would be ao fair held this year, aid j II. vegetable, citrus fruit mineral Hoi den. commercial agent of11.. O.
order to make the affair a sea. who had! praOlcaJly' abandoned all j I i resource and maaufactared products 8. r. James T. Mead, commercial Ordinances Came Up
cea the ladle bars arteaded aa tart hopes of Ue MID materializing at Iii the coaaty.
r agent of the A. C. L., and Frank
s tatloa to all mothers la and oat of appeals and pledge of support for i TIle Dade county fain are BOW looked L. CorwlB. commercial agent of the Bat Nothioc Done Because t

'i Baal decree catered by Judge the city to bring and eater their bab- the same seemed: bring ao reaalta. I apoa aa use at the feature aeceaaary Central of Ceorfla These gentle-
tee Not oily will fair be held aa i with the coming and aueeeea of mea have worked tkla territory before Attorney Wanted ,lefermition.
B. Jon**, of the circuit court, Two prizes, Bret and aecond. wfl usual but It la Ole lateaOca of the I I each ourlex teasoa gad aow taat ant are well and farorabl) DO'".

comlorvAlty wltk the maaJat from be offered and awarded to the two prompter to make It ....ter Bad I the JecUloa kaa bees reached sot I their many friends gladly greeting. .

atoyraane Court, decision orerraV beat an around babies uaJer two yeah kettff than before by features .heretofore I to break the order sad routine, and them back again' -

1 Ik* decree of the lower courf ta of age, sal two priaee, tint aad see eli mfsated for cause. One ho'd the fair of IMM the same ..I.II
oad. for thou between the ag" of twe of theee will he a cow'try exhibit and I I customary the tame will be heralded I The city
of the F E. C. adjourned session of Ole
salt Railway TB.j l and four yeara. probably a stock display to be held! I with delight ail satisfaction! from Establish .Rain. GaugeA

i A Worley, et a\ for tke It la ataaaed to have all carriage under eaavaa adjaceat to the Fair I I one sad of the coast, to the other government rata gauge hit council Wednesday ai ellt wan prodao- -y
poss.seloa of teat curtain strip afteriag I decorated aa elaborately aa poaalsle ,bulldlag.Tkere sod all latereUd atumld BOW eel ben erected at the Sub-Tropical I tire of aa erealaf spent la the deQleratloa ,

the bay frost et for Ole .purpose of forming aa Impoe- are many due. breed of poultry about preparing for the same with Labratory oa tie south aide aaJ ; of ordiaaacea mack dlsemasloa '

1.vi I and extending from tag and attractive parade arouad thehail la Ole county aid It la consideredthat 1 I' the determlaatloa fo make It one of from BOW oa readings will be taken and little real business of aav latponaace -
I4U street to Id street ,aid commoaknewa and to that sad Ole ladies appeal a meet creditable display of thla I tile meet successful yet held. :, dally at I p. m by director Beaeey, I
aa The Bay Frost Caa*' especially to those lateadlag to kind cam be arraaegd. The same la A little pall together and concerted who will rye the. laforxcatloa to I traaaacted. though It was a.
Clad ta the clerk' offlce today.Tk < patroalte the show. Refreaka>eaU true of Block, sal while JaCK ao plenU- 'action I* a'l that la aeceaaary to accorapllik Bay one Inquiring over the well onto midnight when aa aJJovra- ; I
decree, wklch I* tateaded to win be served AJmlaaloa II eeata. fat aa la some other section certain that ".ult. or at the lafcratory.SEVERAL 1..pIIoD'l neat was taken to the ant ,...'ar t I

the place of that entered July 1 1It -- meeting sight, Thursday Jaa. 11. ;
mi, recite that tke plalatlff la | The meeting was a leaded by Rev
JItled to exerelae fun any exclusive Uent Wkmnon. aDd Members Ckall'e.
i idp NAMES OF THOSE BIG
over the said strip of laid EYES OF COTTON GROWING SOUTH Croa'aad: Cheathan Tucker, Rellly
ith al1 riparian rights and control : I and Wlaoa the lint builnew lakes y yup

: the submerged land la froathere- being that of defeating the former '
ate iyllig east of Bleeayae drive PLACED IN BOX SALES REPORTED ordinance In ro-iuced! and preacrlblac ,

i the south line of 14th street to ARE OIHECTED ON -NEW ORlEANS I I the hack fart *o be charged within
Its drawn across the strip at the [ h@ rtn ram t. -h- amount of Mceue

let of Tth atreet, and that further 'o be paid "'C. ill of which has previously
I I bern piMt.hJ In fnll ,1-
srt of said strip extending from a J. H TATUM 4 CO. DISPOSE OF
tarawB aero the tea er of Sd Immed'.'. > (n 'owing; this action a
teat o the northern limits' of the By County Commissioners, to VAULABLE REALTY HOLDINGSFOR subs Ituelr I o.inre was Introduced
\Where\ Sounern Cotton Grower's Association is As. em. INVESTMENT PURPOSESTHE and .f>r m-irb .l1lt'u..oa! by tbe Tar'HUi +

It further decreed hat the deJIao Serve is Jurors lathe. Several HAHN COTTAGE LEASED rarrlice wner sad others pros

t have ao right to the strip by-WilGontinue Three Problems rut It receive I 1 1hree readings and :
Oays.-
| Courts the | any deal loplop! tt a Uw There were '
I laad described above, the aubmerg- County During Me.sn J H Ta urn t f- amongst
; Lids la front thereof or the rips the trout actl\e an I ucce-fal of oar bu' few charge* from the old onl. i

tights, sod that the defendant, : Present Year. I of Vital. Importance to De Discussed.New 'o 1Ml I real *"'a'- ,ilealera report tev eanre. the n'.11 "',e b. a* the limit- M
agent, servants and employee -r.l sates during the '..' two or in* of I"O: Is'- (' > be charted pa..enter *-
severally and perpetually eajolara I ihr davi nxr than 50 cents. and M
taterferring wl k the pUlapoastssion I They hare sod a 15 foot frontage prorl.Iinf. thai j tare not to eieeedS

and from Instituting lot between he :Metropolis building rea't, thai' h.. rhar aaalatalalng suit aulta, la- Or'eaaa. Jaa. 11- Figurativey meeting of the moat repreaenta lye .. any place oibe- than the depo dock t
or or The following are the Persons SOS and ihe Roth bu.ldrog for 8. B. Ta
with complalaaa''s full pekng the eye of the entire men of the cotton growing states of : or wharves
i la all raiding I. the various prednc urn to George L. Laird for t! &00 .
aad xclu.Ive ownership of said cotton growing Boa k are upon theWashington the South than the present conven-1 The purchaser bought this to hoed at The resting of the cnlinratloo of I
selected
lad the right to fill la the suV g of the coottty, who were Artillery\ Building la this ton: I': an Inrektment and It li now off of the the new ordinances In conformity t
iged, laai lying la frost thereof. and their name placed la the box market with the charter 'be real object: of
city, where the second annual conrenUoa The fiat Informal meetliffc of the
[ at ta further ordered, adjudged and by the Board of Gouty Oommlaaloa- Ano her sale by th'a firm 's that ofa hnlilln* the me re was taken ap
of the Southern Cotton AoclaUoa conven Ion ass held this morning but I It '
next that
that that pan of the said appeared )lr. Atklnon -
and Fourth
aDd made aabject to Jury duty la cottage two 'ot. on
laid extending from a huejsa I ten will open Ita three day1 conven- The convention: wa called to order reel for :Mra. Cornelia V Somer to whom the task had hers dole, 'i
the .
of
various luring I .
eoarta conaty .
'.". '
i across the center of Tth street tile purest *> tics tkla afteraooa. bv President Harvle Jordan at ten to Mr: J. D Reeve, recently from n seeded tn consult 11. council .
the of SJ year ; rf'I."". to certa'n matters alnlacto *
petal opposite eentej per
B o'clock After prayer by one of the A'lanta Oa
Precinct No. 1H.. w. BeaM,. For weeks the subject of the oon-
aria, and la. designated as a Dyer Sualey Xl'chlBg, R. A. local ministers, the Hon John Parker Stll' another sae' la tba of four sanitation etr before M urn ...;..
Harry I veatloa has bet before the people of cou'd '
be the
IBa park, but that the riparian competed aaj reat of
Ldbetter, Hiram E. Olds, B. Parka delivered aa aJrraa of welcome lots la Bay View Addition L 8. -<
uto boldest or appurtenant the,'s-I H&n'J'I.' Richards, H. K.Stypmaaa.: : the cotta 11&'"; fret, whet the pariah oa beha'f of "The Progre.a've: Union and Ralph Rader the purebaaers.talc the evening was pent In a discuss OB .',
,'
.reserved for JedleatloB andante Bad township delegate were selected of these matter which were \
appir-
are .
J. Taylor, Edward Webeter and the City of New Orlean Mr eg this a money making lavt ,
the private property of : '1 1I then, whet the copal delegate entry' ta l.faotortlr amaced after
Precinct N. J- H. Brookef, 3 .8. J W L Foster of Shrevepor La...reponded meatThev. 0
were chases and finally, when which! aa adjournment was taken tothe 4
lalastb. ,Crane E. Edwards J.H.Craat Jaa.Han. ; ( Then President Harvle have a'to od! In 10 In b.ockU
deem finally settles tkla use the delegate to the variooa'' state conwaUon sent 'n'ar meeting alht ,
Jr., J. B. la'er, T. C. Killer Jordan delivered an address on "TheSouthern ErlcknoD addition to Nelson Horton
toot Its gorse through the were ae'ecteJ. At the state Previous to tbs. however a commntlrat'on -
r. M. Powell H. A. Peaaock. W. Farmerwhich wa afterwards and lot 4 In the same block to 1
poor which decree was laC conveailooa the member bf the executive Informally discussed E. A the name party.The was received from the lira I
E. Swoops Jaa. B. Hepbu,.. J. T.
defendant, they platatilatdN commit. of the organ'iatkm!' departmenead cal'lnf attention to ''
Wade Herbert Young I. A. Bower Calvin president of the Farmer EJncatlonal Hahn r"II idence on Thirteenth
i higher tribunal, which revere *. T. I. Zelgler v ere chosen. to represent their states and Co-Operative Vn'onfollowed street hat been leased through th'agency the need of .1111."'.. sleeping quartern

declalon of the salt court laflaraUff Predict No. A L. Ales B. at the aatioaal coaventloa which with aa adJres on "Cooperation for he reason. to Mr C D. for the .paid men and a ( oa appeal : M. Brelaford, 'l-r. Bergen J. B.Beach. : open open here today At the big of Fanner: wh.ch was alto Holies a wealthy banker from UreenTll'e. front of the hll!'
S. B. Battle T. J. Campbell acting aboat one year ago when the briefly discussed: After the appom n.1 who will arr ve in a day be enclr t. I or In some manner
I p'CaalxaUoa was launched aboat 1.000 mproTed for the protection of he
meat of committee the t'ODnDtloDadjourn..d two with his the
MACKEREL ARE SCARCE L. C. Carat B. T. Carter. A. or family to spend
cottoa grower, farmer, banker and ho!' e'. which Tenet sued sad face
until afternoon, when the
If'alOD
Is. Crow. J. T. DeBerrr.. B. H. Doe-
ter. -Bv a Epp E 8 Fowls, A. r. c her representative el lien. of the dm bus sets session will be heid This arm report that they are having all kinds of weaker The matter

[Abe Bwckerel trhlag ao far this Faber, R. 8. Field. Aadrwe Freed- c-Hton growing, states' were preaeat numerous inquiries for var'out: wan referred to the hoard of pablle .;
It la that 1.000 de'. woks for adjtmtmentA
Ma has sot approached the averta Lund M E. Craber. J. L. Crier, J. J. expected fully elapses of property any expect quitean
MISS CASSIE CHADWICK '
ga ea will attend the meeting which number of o'hf'r ma ten that
_, tactn has fa'len far short la extensive bus ne.s during the seaeon.
Holy L. C .Holmes. Win. He'.m.: M.E
total amoaat of huh caught and OileD. la the large aadltorlam of the MUST GO TO PRISONOvelanl. were whe-'lu'M! fur con.M T t1on'
Holly J. D. Hleeock A. U Haagk. !
'
Washington Artillery balding: today among them the bonding nrittnsnre.
ales* there I Is a marked
Frank tdner. W C. King C, E.Mer- .
W majority of the exporting la his call for'the meting President Jan 11-United Sates were carried ov.r 'o the next meet ...
chaaL C. P. Me calf, W. R. Mont- PEDAGOGUES ARE GRATEFULThe
I'te Bad the finhertnea. It la said '01'W.. Miller. John MeKeeaa. Hanrle JorJaa. strongly! arced the neroaalty Marshal] Chandler today received be lat a
of e'ec Ing for the meeting mandate from the United State. Court
Joe
I
mosey I A. B. dwell. H. B. Horny. B.
tbe beat and moat Influential men of of Appeals dlrect'ng him to out following resolution were ":.
road and
carry
elf the dealer la speaking to- M. Potter, F. A. Row'.,. C. W. steamship companec oar appreciation ,
of the email catches attributed tilt cottoa d" trict Judging from the the Judgment of the din rlct court lathe adopted by a committee appointed by for reduce rate men es. 1
j jI ) Rowan T. 1C Lett. E. Schultz, W.
r Edm tlonal .
tie Arenclatlon
onda
I fetter*) to the weather which has men who have come here to a teaJ Chadwlck caae which male 'It poss blft for M> many ;
i agalaat cast fishing of all klad 1 A. Spear Ko.R. 4 B.-I.SpnttPredict L. tile meeting, the people of the South This mean that Mr*. Chad wick which met recently In Miami, to pat to attend this atocialloa Be it f..,. !
the past several weeka-ma'aly : : = ) have done their beat to comply with will be taken to the penitentiary at' 'ato word the apprectatloe of the .her
Precinct No S- T M .
C and coBtlaaed wtada,wklck lB. Sandy H. J. S riae Q. O. the iBjuacUoa of kfrJordaa ant It It Columbus to begs: her ea yeara' sentence i< association for valuable! aDd (attractive Resolved That we extend to the !

mackerel to scatter into Stacey,., Jao. A. ZeJer. safe to ay that there. has sever before be leaving with Her probably lectures delivered, Importaat pap preaUeat of the aiaoclatloa oar (reet- t

1 acaool aid at tlaaea prereetlag' Prsclndt No It.W L Onnt R beet a larger aad more Important tomorrow mornlag. i I rem read and for the generous treat. foes aad thank for. 11'. able sad coar

t feeata frost getUng out with their W Gardner vi. H rdi.: W.Um- .- --- neat 101'4.1lIem' UJividuaiiy and teoaa discharge of the duties of the jI

steal Doaeaa Dra.d,. J. E. PeadJeton, E.: J. Beet Emory Conrad. W. D. DeBerry. G. L. Dorothy ; collectively, by the committee of arraagemeeta I offlce Wfe also desire to extend a rt

Mtsee Ckrtatmas the catches have Precinct No. 7- F. T. Fisher W. Ipra llac. i. J. Bar J. W. Bplvey i 8. W. Douciaaa.. 1. B. Do a. :!: and the dtlien of Miami: i word of appreciation to Saperlatead r

i vkeaoaDeaally small aid aHkoagk L. Brackaelt. T. M Bryan. W. O.Berryhlll. J. O. Traltr. J. D. West E. N. las J. K. Dora. J. A. Dana. W. B. To tile Members of the Florida Educational lent I R. E. Hall and other school of- a

at tke crew are la the chaaael bew. J. O. Farrow, A. H. Front Webb+ .. N. Aadrewa, Amoa B. Cat- Dlck_. L. L. Dodge, C. Downs.. ,, Association! la Convention !trials! of Dade county for the com

std making faithful efforta. they I W. H. MarahaH), Wm. Marshall 1.I let C. B. Geiger 1. B. Merritt 3. Gas oa Drake Jolla Douglas' J. F Assembled: fort and p'ea.nre. have eajnye.Iwhile
lea amab'e' to seal la more than I W. Mantkla. J. R. Nix. Frank R. 8. Peters C. F. Peat L.C. Weatherbee DeBerty.. w. O. Coates, P C Clark '' Tour committee on reeo'utiona. repectfnlly I la the city We pledge oar

[fev tkouaaad pound at a time, la OUter, J. Pauses R. R. Roper, A. O. B. Waldros.Predict Isldor CD'... W. E. Collln I. W. ( submit the fo'Io.II&: : worthy State Superintendent. W. M .
\ only one or two kouae have re- J. WaUace.Preclact No. It- F W. Ama_. Er1ckOB. T. G. Erjert. R. B, El nig. I i Reeolved That we desire to expressour Ho"ow y rnt't.e a' m .nnrt In Mefforta .

aay fish at all since the koll I No S- Ware Berry Gee. J... Arnold. J. R. Abrama. W. D H. J !:acer. R. 8. Flanagan E. A. thanks to th* c'tlien of Miami to uphold and aiianc the pot>. i

P Ball. Jolla A. Harp M F. Long A very. A. L. Ares 8. W. A Ida. C. Foraell R. B. Fickle J M. Graham for the many courtesies extended I'c ichool Interests of riortda
Ss i faniag off IB mackerel catche I Harry McDonald C. G. Phillip, r. W. Brady, A. E. Bogne. C. J. Bell L. Granger. C. H. Garthdde. J. D. during our fay la their progressive B..oltH Further Th" copies| of thee
tkla season with last ayprecisted I H. Rogers A. J. 81oaa. J. B. 8tadtlll J. M. Sardine. I. M Budd. O. H.Bru.to. Glrttnan W L Ooodsoo. J R rite Be It further I re-o ...1(00'! h. f',",'.IIf'o! fi>r pnhllcatloti '

when one mouse re- I J. C. Tucker. J. B. Wofford. .. J, 8. Bradford, J.' E. Baker j Hayes W Haha J J. Holly P Recnlvel That we hldl'y' apprrrla'ethe : 'o the r'or'f'a Sch'Xil) Eiponert.the C

Oat V to Ckrtatmaa 1M4 < J J Brice, J. D. Rlgxlabofom.Vnhle C. B. Brickell. ""aD. B. Brickell. C. Halalin W A. Hook. W. D.H1I&1I. latereatlng! and Intructive Iertur.sdelivered offlclal: n'gan of the a. v'i'l<.n. tso
I piped 1C*.W* pound, wtien this Padgett Jr. H. A. Braddock S. A. Belcher .... J. C. Hok L R. Hatflell bv Dr C. B. Gl'bert Be i, and to the dally psor.'f Ml',ml, Vtirn

or up to Christmas lest paaa- Precinct No t- Loot Bather A. Dan L. Cochran GL. W H. Johnson Joseph Jennlng. J. It furtherResolved : that a ropt ',... '"'hi-1 1 'hC r. ra

yet H.501 pounds had bees haadk E Conrad Q Chancy Henry Dee- J.e'J.Rw. 'Cardy, J;f FCanova. : E Lumnm. C D Leffler. W. E. That we have enjoyedmost ,I t'n on .n'tler, t&tR ,
heartily! the various readby -ter'fnrv: 'I"ml"I" l
loat or decrease ot liMPS pound Ro he. J. A.' Panghtrey. ("b... Tree Adam CoreU. T. E. C>ea t- March CA. Mana. R. J Mather. paper
those In the.pronmand J T. Wood rhalrman
with more boat and men lathis mat C. G Ih'er. A. B. loses, W. bans, J. F ChaSHe Louts Ccker. A. B: E Montfort, 0 A. Mailer Jolla partripa'lnc. folred I'
that
the Ihe'y d'+on ono W F B'aekmanllt
season teas last W Kellam. E. R Langley, Wm. A. J. Campbell. R. A. Coachman. W. Ma'Ier: CT. McCrlmtcon, H Me-
I Be i it farl"ResotvedTbat R I.ncm're
+* ">w ria f
the oOter exportlnr kouie* Uettalr Pas Matthaaa. Warren H. Cha'lle Frank Cobb. O. H Clop -- --- I
1If' rail
abowt the tame percebtag of UltckeTL: W: I. Pete, J. A. Pent lot 3. B. aoptoa, 3. C) Cook. J. C Continued on Pace t .e extend to i oromlttee .

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AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS. Though bad y handicapped bj' Its age and nert the sugar iiut I.I dote( <
Miami Metropolis tIts
r The Weekly best to give an Impvrnonat. uf an Infant Industry In dire peril ::1,F.e.


Ta' IreItt S Boho I*'an. Sec .Tr u. Most of the Infu.'nt M I mwrpair of tixla)' weie .tabll.h J mans
B mi
B They seem to have had as mane Genera In 4into [mlngo as there)
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY ) ear ago and bate 'ited. grown au.l expanded through a wonderful era ,
were In Cuba during the war a"alUI I1paln.'J

Sri moa h. 91 1 ,txf' Onr )ear . . . . .1150 i of chance and progress They' bare seen many newspapers come and go
and have nurvhel and fourlnbtj as t) pes of the best and fittest The
uhlnloQ' :oolt-ho'u; U UMnK the conxratu/tlons and S J Pete
Tbow pacing In ...h"D"" "II i. rfe a ) Par's mbscrlp kn for $1 BOnts Fourth Estate. a Journal devoted to the Interest of liters and publications "
is liberal dlscour' to Induce burs :Nicholas; the coo Jo:ence. -
anj fix mon'bs till+' lip' u''n f IJ' 7: Ttois a
I lint the following as an ini?ruplete list of American papers that "' .
mrntl
strictly alranc ..a)
consplclous half lack and wh'ch wil' the 1>' ; I I. such of Mlaast
-- ----- ----- o\r a eentun greet year 'I There no a thing s< an Impossibility In the development

Fntpn at the Pot"nVe al 11teu.l i Fluiida. ai secondclast mailer I with no sign of sluntage to "li",,lInl:1I.b: them from their neighbors If I its: citizen* land together (It':

The :New; York Commercial( irertlser (4G'obe I po.t. Journal of --- '

.n THURSDAY JANUARY 11. 106 mercfl Tribune JI.ral.l. 8un Masts! 7eltung\ and Times Albany Journal The other ral road men who are being I I' ... cured fir the g J i ng ,>f r.*.-t, .

I ')at... will\ regret that they are DUI as frl..D.1I'b I l th.' !'r-. "' a. h*' "?
and Argus, Rnfla: Exprt'sa and Tourer Tru) T,mes PhI'aI..II.hla :North;

j WHERE THET REAL STRENGTH LIES. I American and Inquirer Pniilurg! (;u..tleallot Dispatch Hart for,I Morton late of the Sate Ft 8jt em \ i/ :

I Boston I Transcript! Journal anti Tra>eler, Springfield (Mas: >I> (" conranl'l (
Mark thin In favor of father The woman wb charging thMi s3lo
Ku'r smd t"'r.! : ..f 'h. nor da East Coast Railroad In'o (1a.1.I Baltimore Amercan and Sun Rchmonl PUixtcb \\"hong]| ( \
father at a dry gooil atop bu>* more free:y. sal w a :e** worry thai r;
Court lh<>re hn IWH-D a rev am far ion of rmn ho hate arrayed themselves Char'eston :News; and ("otirl,'r. Mob, e Register.
the t.m'd woman who charge to her hnnhand r
aga'nst the mlln'...! m "PI'i ,-. <1 l".It, ::, a "\ anll I but o> M4 a'l' of It stcpa ands :New; Orleans Plca>nno Ga'vrnton N.;. ws Memphis lot1lcomrry'Ad"rllllE'r'j: ; ,

cfBotts In dcvf upm.N| : f.u, II" oth. o' onus ua...n than to |I". antagonistic tllle AmeilcHn l.on.II' Coiiritr Journal! Ml''' We have 4>.ldd after *. m* conversation with a girl! ...11"*. graaJr-;"?',

and main a n a folms; "f r-l I lon to nat thfi de Uht In terming the n,,iM (,coiisln 81"oul.. R' public and G'obe-I> mocrat, 8t Paul Pioneer '! father once stalled French that the proper ,prjnuncla f'\ llgerty,

"Iatl octopus Press. Port'anj Orcgonlan Skin Oanclsco Bu'letln and Little Rock Ga 1 1zettt .
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I I I. Iv say lawn grap" a* If >ou had a cod IB the heed '
Many of th< .*<. nun nbu I 'n w could I cal Iruperiy: olistructlonls's are I IOth 11 .

amor; the lea ling Mon n.. of oll..n"", and I Itailt counts. outside' of their ImagInary <'r paiwrn." nay 'h.. "oll'b Eara'e. have \\\\f\\ their little day and i America. produced rose to 11 I NMM>U ton of pit ir'n't-' tar 1'here t

rrl<'\anct ag..:ins' ihi ri It"n t and its off! '.dais hat hate and are still trnir came are a:most forgotten Th' oil guard( of journalism neither I la the man .bo ran pre.llrt the future' of the Iron .>u' i>ut sia. t ," ,is beta

dol.g M much for the romnumti They retk at all times to hinder. deter dlr* nor surrenders' The nttd nIT oul process Is ai mercies among the !' due out of he ground at such a gnat rate

and pre'ent be.r. proc! r=' s." .. hrn. \rr i i' l><<'Om.'s neces"arv for some '
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1 .. 1 1 It .\,*. 't p" 'n a Ivertiser to print InctJmrt ,'a.mnt >v.
undertaking la 11 bi'b ibe) tai' tin lttir.'tt to I.. lacked np by s r('ngth or usefurl"I t u 4h ye

a "pu'l" to Insure its eutr'(5-h.l, 1 < u'runa: ICIT. up gore the wall Let Flas/ 'er do It unln'en'loeallv IvertUers should see to It tb-' their r''p i vrraeL .
A m paper Is a growth rp' a creation It molt build on a firm founlaiion '
or larrc tntrnsrd in I L; TV r.r) thought and mention of these ace.irJiDg to fact It'a had 1 trough to hate the J printer ro la" n. m j*
and consider the future a. well a* the p-E'.enl. Tears are require< abet hare
name with, th" Ins .rl kn.-" : "' 'r.. ha 'hi. parties mentioned ,,>! lorn when I you done all I TOO can 3.w
for t to become<< flrnih rooted Once established and intelligently! con .
supiwrt'rg!' a th rg f.1 I T.I.: lb. fwfnKs of the c-oaVer and they rest I -
due's4 I. It can serenelv view experimental: efforts' to destroy or succeed It The Board of Pubic Works at Miami baa orll".1 the of All <
cotmte.
'l >tBt. on the pert of Journa'Utlr Poorj<..>" eklng and nerer'achteving succet by laborers In the city tmptm an'! 'o put ails prisoner* In th'Ir i II i' "t The

Th s fact -lemons'raiel! I 1. a f'tr nights ago when the Merchants i att.nptlng to tear down other and rn' soil'Ing their betters The Metrr I board will\ earn that forced prison labor la tile most uuiat,.fa< 017 and'

Association numl*rlnz; In its m. 'r:
above board oppose ragter Parrot and their Ir"' '. st* In Dade county pea I one of he most successful In the two years of Its P.fe 1: It has prosperedas ". ....

tidy announced their refusal! to subscribe to a fund to Sent a 'Omml'l, to I to other paper has It t has ,crown: from an Infant to a giant In Its com No wonder "I'ncle Joe Cannon 'h'nk! the present tim be ter than Qe f"

Washing'on In the Interest of securing an a.-1 I ..on a I deep water appropria Ion n'ur' ,'v and section and has errr) Indication at present of a long and useful pa.t-'hrlalmu. 1S92. for :nstance when a Democratic President *" : J

for Miami harbor until the attitude of the said railroad official haJ beenlearned career. Democratic Congress had Just been c'rcted' I. and even Uncle Joe himself i

anl their totes Ions made public It can not be said the aaao- o41ald.Ibe Congressional breaitworka I :;--<

clat'on acted nnwlsely )et such an act proves beyond question that the t

: "arch enmy" of Miami Mid DJt coun y. had to be so'lcited before the aaldmerchan I A FOOL AND HIS MONEY.A The SmIth. said to be slated for Governor of the Phillpp!. I I. Jaatee l

** were willing to lend assistance to a project ta which It was F. He ought to be required to ibow whether he I I. a relation to "HeD .

admitted the association was interestedTbea Roarln Jake" Smith who governed one of the Phl'ipplae province ta ft .
few days ago a press dispatch re ated that John Steele was lying la

e aga'a at tae mass meeting Friday night there wa a predominating a tenement house on a Pennsylvania farm dying of pneumonia. This Is rather aalqne way ome tote ago \.

feeling of "where are we air until a le ter was read from Mr Parrott pledg the man who was once widely known as "Coal Oil Johnny" "
Orlando anj Sanford are to b* connected by a rock road That aotV-
lag the utmost support and greatest Interest In the deep water project Then During the Pennsylvania oil boom In'b.. early slxt'es. while he was
I lag Within a few day M:ami and West Palm Beach will be booked
profound up v.
their
e tlete was a sigh of relief and 1 he weakest were In declaration only 21 rears o'd he fell heir to a fortune of $3.000.000 and be proceededto .
anions la It by ae coattaaoas road TJ ml'ei lone. and It will be the flneat public>> highway .
of leaving nothing to get deeper water Biacayae Bay A* I
break the record for Idiotic extravagance At the cad of seven month
la theee two Instance It I la when hand U aeeded la the State at that
was ao every one a helping
he was penniless' He maJe the money fly H* bought a New Tork hotel
la a Tea'are requiring backing Flakier and Parrott to the reecweErra .
> and gave It to the clerk; bought cabs and gave them to the driven; gave
Because rabies bar developed the docs of Oca:a there has bees
It for The for among ,
theee considerations It pleased aletropoll4 o not
bootblacks fS for a shine. barbers 110 for a shave bathe la champagne.
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a generous acattrlng of dog dope around aDd about the street with fh. atsa't >
f they show that 'way down beneath the surface there la a feeling ud app;'eclattoa -
lit clean with 1100 bills, and by Indnstrions'y pursuing this! course he
that many valuable canine has gone to rest That right Treat them
though unadmitted that the Influence of the railroad
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even company
to become a In months Then he went to work
managed pauper seven
all alike when lift I la
human Is
std their willingness to do all within their for the upbuilding and Jeopardy
power for H.IS a day and has lived la poverty ever since bemoaning the folly
bearfll< cf Miami and Dade County, I I. appreciated and that without them
of his early day*. He never learned to read aDd write. They hare been slaglag this as a New Tear song la New Tork
r there would today be little or nothing of our beautiful and thriving city.
Often too' board money for other foo'i to waste In riotous living Ring owt the aid ring la the av.
T
and the and
progressive enterprising county Cost l 011 Johnnie was the adopted son of a Mrs McCIIntock! :. who owneda the fa's. la
p Ring out ring the true
productive oil farm which yielded her fortune In royalties. She was
R.'ng oat Tom P'att and C. Depew.
; AN ENCOURAGING FACT. Illiterate and though she bad I7SOOOO la cash ADd a roldea stream was
Ring la an honest man or two
flowing her way dally ta the shape of royalties. she w miserly and did i
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her own housework One morning she undertook to tight the fire with a
A New Tork man I I. seeking a divorce from his wife, because she la lathe
It I la a gratifying fact that there were fewer lynch ng la iaJs country can of oil and the funeral occurred the next day Johnnie.* her heir
habit of tickling his feet with afeatber when be Is asleep She If wiltIng -
than !'n say year la tb* last twen't The Record of last year was sixty- t tr' but he had to wait until he WM II 1. std by that time the fojtnn had reached
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II that he shall have the divorce. beca.*. he near y choked the life Old
six. all of them In the South exct-pt one. which occurred In Nevada. Of $3,000000 Then he went to work with teal and energy ',> 1 it'Mpate It. It
of her for tickling his feet He 1 I. aa old fool. she Is a young one 1M'
4 these fifteen were for the unspeakab crime that .aa once said to be the kept him busy but he got rid of It at the rate of about (11,1' a week- I
the divorce be granted
I rate of all ijnctl! ... but which nevera and Is less now than ever Moat ant he still holds the record l aa a spender

of the h-nchfnirs wore for murder The failure of courts to promptly try I Many people can make monev A few can save It Prosperity Is often :
This U from the Boston Herald: Speaking of high salaried Incuraa r ,,
and adequately< punish murle-trs Is large: ) the cause of lynching for murder fatal to the weak minded Money brings the fool'bold re'Iff The 1
d officials the Interesting fact Is recalled that forty years ago Robe: E Lee> \ ,
hIstory of Coal 0'1 Johnnie ii i j. repeated on a miller iae In nf'lIr'y every
was offered the Presidency of a :Northern; Insnrarce company at a salary ,!
r In 1K91 there wert n: It'neb'nu. ::'S In US!. ZiM) in IS'1 and they I cocnmunltr 01<1In MrC'intock also
I large for tbone days H* wi.>te that h* hadn JI' .toIly I I or th.ipertem** *
ran trout 190 In 1901 o tOI I In 11113, and K" In It"*. For sixteen! )ear i '
to command such a salary He wa to j fiat his name was worth
.t trop 1SS4! to 19itO. the number of lynchlncs was t SIS .Of which 2080 were Mls Elizabeth Pherey.the: rich Louisviller' ho ha* broken her ,
a I II. "V !hat: influence I have with tbe northern P"OP'f' !Is not for tale,' a4 'I
In the South and 416 In 'he :Nor; 'h Of the tots numb? 1.678 were nearroe I engagement with big "Tom" Shev'ln. the' 1 ha1!! p'aver ,..s. "My I Lee That ended the negotiation" : fi

and SOI( wire white rrrn Tr-i erne of I hnchng: '* ,,"'.011'! ) growing less engagment was broken because *-cau\t' It was, because I hare rraona

fr' ;rent Public opinion In rigions where l)nchmpo: were once common Is I tf for It. and I am not going to tail 1 any one shy" i>tir"e she ban "r< SM>n. ?.
Princess Louise. wife of Prince Phil p of Sane C.burC and Go ha. fcMbeet ..
icrowlrg; ftrne apalnft such law < rs methods of punching offenders and ; for It" and she In "not (rofrn to tell' anyone .b- .pl) all her r r' lends '',
awarded :11.1"0(1 a loiony and one mloa:I .lollar! to be paid i .la l.ataDOI..nlll '
leged: offenlers The nt'-"PJM of the hater. c'ass have contribute and th T turn will tell all their friends .
w hi e her father King I..opold "f R Ictum: gnaran'.s li> aa.-
large! to this! Improvement 'n IcUhilual conduct and pub'lc sentiment I v.
nutty of $10t">" The Prince and I Princess bar* ben M'paraj: rr several ;J
Et(>I' thoujtbtful and rca+nnrg! man mace nee that the lawletunesi of a fewIs The T. .1 t Tr,tmne has figured I out that the cl.jr output( if hat city I I ,
I year II I.i said he beat her with a riding whip sure after their! marring
\lo the InJttr1f all 1 pod that t fasten can l... rotectod and governmentprestrwed !I luring 'h. i'(i. -> :tars atnountcl! tn 1 Jo": .1C5"(* r nt. :V.; .w will the {
With an Income of t:21.11(00 In addition to a forune cf IIWWW Prl..r.
only through enaMlrhcd tan and .rder I Tribune fa or 'in ihllc by compiling( statistic ahoy t how i, any puffs I
II Louise 11':11: be about as wet I prorl led" for a* the lrel. (>Dt of aa AmerleN1*
r I that 1If'ff' In thi i in\ clears. how many times. laid er to rod! they would
life 'nsnrance
curnpany
reach around. th. old and bow m.ncoma nail they r" .. Sr r '*ie mean i

INTERESTING FIGURES I of providing. \\ ,"th all this In view I we don't envy Tai t ,T t !' .II'J.nJ ...
Gen Bincham: a retired engineer officer of the army, Is New< Tork'a
F are *'I 1'1 1 hoping the time wit come :when Miami will I. :h r r nd coinpet "
I new Police Commissioner by grace of Mayor McCVIInn He waa nor retired) ,
i In the cigar Industry
lor
According to offlc,s; npnits, ) for the ten month end nf with October, for age: as be Is on'y 47. but because of aa accl.lent which caused brat It .

AJncrtcwa export to China, aggregated more than O.Oyu.OOU, asagalnat $20" I fosse a U-g On his Induction Into offlc be plied: 'he pn'l<*e rap ales before ,
The :New; York American Is scandalized by the discovery that the lulled
ort -<0 In the same months 'ut tear, and $11000000 In 101 For tbe same him and thus adreused( them: "By the Nine (.... of War TOO've got .4
Sia:(a Cana'! Commits! on Is shipping to Panama on than steamer Melder.kt "
pelwd in ltO:1.: the exports amounted to $1600000. $22000000 la 1t04 and to leaf with me on the level as I hall deal with you Promotions will d> ;
|, by nay of "supplies' for the excavators twenty dozen ladles night robe .
t' e' 11Co0000 during ten months of 1905 These gains are extraordinary and "peed upon ynurnelvea. I doa t care a tinkers dam who' you are Comnta :.>!
twenty dozen drevs rh.rt. fix dozen suit caws. a cast cf live o'clock tea x
a are not equaled by American tiports to any other country American trade i| stoner Bingham will probab give he police a little\ ml fur discipline. u
'j set. and thirtj .six work sal Irs for I.IIE" Some of the goals were purI ..
In the Orient Is growing more important every year The largest item of It soul. hurt 'em.
.t chased the buyer of the e.r.R' Commission ,is sail to have almltted with
'univel Sou'bern Export of cloth lucre.eJ *. I I .r
export Is Cotton an exc ) product. .
i part of tbe KlOOOfto exp ndrd on the J'anamaloal to date The UeaI I The season of 1908 is upon us and It promises to be, cr..tpani bettythan "j
f im |9 657.... during ten loon b> of last )ear to $27,40SWO during ten 1 I
I that moth Eg I is too good for the men that ,1'1 1 !flalh the canal| Job la tint ever before With the Rota' Palm Halcyon! Hat and various other .

months of Ih. tear Last Jeer export uf cotton to Japan amounted to $2' I Inc say within I1I cIT or tblrt) years. But h.t lo th* dUgers want with the I smaller Vwtelrles' and boarding Louses open" and real! for nfness' *a4 )_

CoO and this, 'ear to 11.t.;'4etsi. In ten month last year we exported '
i five o'clock tea sets. dress ..lit. or the nun, : r .10.1 .a. Is not explained the railroad giving a service that could sot be excel I'.J there Is no rraaoft '

I 1611 000 worth of copier to China. wh e In ten month th'a tear the copper why It should not he Let all extend a welcome! to the! stranger with a Owf '.t

i experts "muulI't 10 $11 1 'n.nto 1 In t
;l In our trade with China It rapidly crowing. How much the boycott ha* af- |, h.ni". Mr Rooaeve'Chas Conlr'lII on has hands and It doe not promise" I ,'lng ..0'111 will\ hare been accomplished The resource of \(>aral aa.

i freUd It we arc unab'e! to say 1 hat ,la a rent ..ud doubtless a temporary to N- very lortt Concrri" \'PT a'l 1 lha h1 been nit somebody ,,'\1 1i Da I* county are maalfuM and tbrt la no better mean of Kavtng tbem t

affair i i have to rlelrtVheth! r the Pr f drnt wit ,'.up( "sr: mono strength than dl .. Iud and appreciated ban 'hi' gad hand of welcome and I radshly..

,.Importance (.f the EJ*' a. a market for American product can hardly p'oracr remains to he run There 's oppo'tunlty( for a fight and l ConjrM.Ictei I'I'r. f'n10 all Irresptct! of iU. and ktad Woo need Ih.m a I ,

I he uMasnred In China and Japan there are frooooOOOO peop'e They ,. ., not seem to he In a mood In !break down A U'e Is told In lln"s 4 e;

are ocauattrs: of a tast' amount of cotton goods. and they are learning to which! rend something like thisA i New Jersey will have a woman hanging on January I: lira Aa'oravette tfI

j UK! IWID') things <.f Ann rli'a! n.ai
p't''d we rball have a d rrcl route n<-ro..* the Pacific the greatest ocean Went forth to ride on a tlrer* for shooting to death a lecherous old Italian la defense' of her h nor ..

hlgtiwa cf the future. to lb.> East wl'h its hundreds of mill.ons of consumer I 1 i When they returned from the rile I baa two children and her husband has the utmost! faith lo her The "'oal!' .

nod its steadth increasing! demand for the roducts of American fle'd The aly was Inside I ought not to bansA tIIQ'ht'rn Jur* w u'd hati<- Anl the smile the face of the
on tiger .
and factorit-s More than la:f :he i, >i>ulatlou of the wor'd ken in the Eas man hwo was banged' Vermont a few weeks ago; fur' 'hIber'ate: ,
When' Ccnrre. II 1j..u rn I. where ,,'\1 I Roosevelt be* I
--in Ct.ira.: Japan India eti I'rarucal a'i 1 of them wear cotton clothe On top or Inside'The murder of her huaband\ was a harlot She deserve' I dea+hl I '''I'i n'raardl.'d]

G : The kMMith product none stem lln fxirths of the worlj cotton supply I I nary efforts wet. malt. In seen?. a .mmlJlaUOD uf ,ca'en"eI. Toilet- .
(fnp* In Moscow *re aid to be thow of slaughter not 'I.i
romhat.The .
The Panarra Canal ail\ put the Iaclfic at th youth front door. Instead of case Is extremely pathetic! Her chief! concern nrems to II.>. rOo. her tole. .
Moscow corresponlenl of the lyin-lon Te' i
rgraph 'The I
says;
>: to reduce I'! cotton the anarchUts. lilt girl, whom act foals... '
acalng
l crop Sooth t-houlj be making effort to la must not see her and h. K" r OTM
; mindful of their comrades who have bee mowed down like i
fury
e' create !t. and fffvxtena' the trade. the demaud for It. grass are corded with the memory of peinr h..r In Jail, Another :New.; I. wine :....
y i Ions against the soldiers' police and Cossack and la fact against
Knl it ment of Its market I I. one of the growing needs of the tatted every Is under the death semrnre alro '
representative of authority whatever his uniform may be The driving force i _
t'e Its tariff wall* mini b<. reduced and reaJJnited. and reciprocal
behind both the troops and the' rebels I Is no longer that of enthulasm to : .
trade extended in all direction The time must com. when tariff law or I inuoanc rg j a :Nrw; Turk SliD reporter that Vfnre Arl' n. a*

for the benefit of a few. of clasne must give: way to the demand of condition of say humane impulse It Is a force of superhuman hit*. aad hence the I hoped to resign from al: the seventy nln( *'companlr* rf hl h htor a dlrse--

; deeds reported are not the acts of patriots. so'dlers. or ... but the Chauncey U Ittyew made this '
s aad opportunities, which can affect not merely a part of but the whole tow I amassing statemen"As ,
I enormities of madmen It U Impossible to understand
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any emotion anon a* I am out of be Dum.
> pexv'e. r-us companies wl'h! whi'h. I am eon
ra ofthe extreme of despair or hate can Impart such; foolhardy courage nested I shall be able '
do
The dad I to my real work In the senate L }
can hardly grasp: the tremendous and far-reachlaf InporUae
of the rebels
I aa some display For every barricade destroyed on Sunday I la other worJs the genaor. a paid serraa of the people. of his State ',.
of tl>e Panama Canal, the promotion of trade with .
the Orient and the aecea.alt two or threw appeared la other place Order were given the .
rero'aUoalirt and of the tailed Sates. ha* no been ab. to dc the work for which lie ha41
; of laws and potlde that win aerre to extend std attract trade, instead I to shoot oely we n there wa* good hope of bringing down a man bat otherwise don IS.000 a rear for so many yenta because of outside Interests ,

of rcetrtctlaj and repem( ItM j to the eMIt the troop .atll they lost patience. The most surprising j the Eijattabl Aaaoraace Society M recetrej 18 000 per year for twin.

eking of al U the loyalty of the troops, which nobody here
8IMe of the fraiermtty has won the .hand of the Presdeare: a actter.auanay aatldpated"W1men years for dolac DOtI... Now he ha* th* .audacity acklowie4g* that bet; .'
an Mid to be awe ferodom mad brutal than the ..... aid maayt has been Way
drawing from
'WI headed' tab heart. tIIOUf tile avbrie treasury for aoa-eetTlcw.
r cat the moat en* ac'. are committed by theta
conscience a. indeed u esWe: OM.

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..The. Man on the Gossip of The lifE AND 11MB WERE [ENDANGERED WILLIAM J. BRYANIN




s Corner l Flying Day IN EXCITING RUNAWAY Y WEDNESDAY[ [ Y III rORCIGN LANDS



I .II toj mist t* read Mr. Bra**'letters W Fart.* Travel sew
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1_-Do you know;; Mid the volabletlaca I Three men flatting New Orieaa .t* UM tiM U MbKribc fr the CMMMMT t
a* we Indulged a clear ands'imile' were found dead from blowing out
last Dcbt: that ever sliest I the ga, They were not from Miami Cocoanut brave Bus Team Ran Away and Crashed! Intoa William J. Bryan editor of The Commoaer. sailed from

mat meeting at the court house BO ga* here to practice with Saa Francisco September 27, for '* visit abroad. la the I'

Friday night and the decision i Hack at Corner of 12th Street and Avenue court of his travels, Mr. Brvaa will Tint the following named

1. gent a working commute of twodUsess I Report of all the fatalities and injuries countries
Washington to the inter
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,ta.t of securing! u additional appro- I, of the from gladsome the flghta bo'lday and season accident ladl- D-Many Persons Had Narrow Escape FromMjuryflack HAWAII. JAPAN BRITISH I3LJWPHII.imXKIHI.AXr: 3

i at artatioa for continuing the deep water CHINA INDIA, >*.
work la Biscayne Bay that I have ate a lively holiday trade for the AUSTRALIA" MJYPr.TCRkkY.. PA I.KM' K,

bees e>asn .* ,he wi..lom of the surgeon an.! the uaJertakerTor Was Demolished.A NEW ZEALAND : UKKU K,
j SPAIN Mf SWITZERLAND
Itaewey I ARLJ'.1Y. ,

f ,Wer I have' he continued after breakfaat-bromo seltzer, pepsin RANCI, GKRaUkXY,
D1t MARI[. RUSSIA SWEDEN, HOLLAND ,
.., giving me time to reply! "and I have bub .

r looked at it In all kind of ways and ,' runaway carrying with It the the running team approaching him I From each ef the eouatriee sawed Mr Bryan will write letter '

I have reached! the Irrevocable! con You hire read vl the Kremlin. This greatest excitement death dewing and endeavored to tarn out and give I deacribiar hi* observation Bad dealing particularly with ,lie political

""Sf!!1 4(.hm that such a committee would Is what It i il The Kremlin I I. the ossibillUea sad retailing la a collision them room by making towards the lift of be countries fluted. 1.

+' Cot jut about us much figure! with tadel In Moscow, RuMla It U d-I with damage to two vehicles aid sidewalk la front of Budge's hardwarestore These letters will be published I. The Commoner', tad UkoM who
: desire to read one of these letter should lose time la subscribing ..
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those big lawmaker* as a garter every mo '
Yt'an old It la a triangular harness, but fortunately tennlnatlntt but be war oo slow, sad tae for Mr. Bryan's
.: would on a JajblrJ yes sir, Just ure 7.280 feet in circumference, for- without any Injury to human life or runaways dashed Into his vehiele.strlk. paper.

t, about. much Now for Instance, suppose tlnad with battVmented walls. It limb, started Tuesday about 10:16 Ing the left hand horse broadside and Tb Comnoaer I h :issued weekly tad the price I*

t the Merchants Association selects contain the Imperial pa'ace and tae o'clock oa Twelfth streetaj finishedat all four animals going to the pavement $1.00 a year By special arra.gea" >eau with MM publisher. w* are s
, C M Brown, Sr sad the Annunciation and Archangel MIchaeL the corner of that thoroughfare la a heap enableto offer for a nhort lime only, the Cematoner td ,lie Miami

.,. mass meeting W V Prout, as theasig la the first prior to Peter the Great! and Avenue D. where the street wa I Wiring hands at once lent ....ItI Weekly Metropolis one year., both for 1.!.00, when paid la advaao.
committee to to \\...blall1011jwat 'r w* will MM Th Commoner and the Mia.. I aIl Moa
go the ruler of Rnokia were crowned scattered wl h broken carriage mater I lice and the horse were cut lose, the Mefropoli t
: could they ..JoTII.lId talk to la the second they were baptlted and leI and damaged haraess right hand hack horse running off year to ..j address for '".00. the regular price *f the Daily

nor,da member of both houses, married la the third they were buried The trouble started by the lea/n of I I down the street a short distance a* Metropolis alone.Address .

I t when that war over It would be'shut la it also are the miracle ...- horse hitched to the Peacock ins 'ba* soon ss free, while the ten hand one all orders to MM rtttk C*,Nut fie. '
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the door OB them. They artery, the tower SSI feet high running away from Bear the Metropolis lay Tor some minutes on the ground +e,
eould not reach the rest of those at the wind completely knocked oat oi
';1 : which wa erected UMM600. from the office and dashing east a ,
:$LBlgh fainting dandy fe'low with widows of which Napoleon aw the breakneck speed. The driver, who It. The front whel* of tilt hack ware
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their little scheme of a little more city burned and the great be.. at the war out of the vehicle, raa alongside crushed and broke. and the tongue of

asoaey for a little more water,' hat 1 I foot of the tower The bell 1* 11 holding! onto the rein lid eadeavorInr I' the 'bua damaged

,.'If they did what would be the result I feet around, 2S feet high and weighed\ to atop his frightened steeds until The escape of pedestrians add bicyclists Pomona Nurseries

",One fellow would tell Front come N0, 0 pound It war east la I7S1 opposite Marks restaurant whet he Is considered by many, who

:a:'thing like this: 'Lilt' fellow' you I by order of Empress ABB*. A piece' waD forced to abandon his efforts and saw the runaway, aa miraculous. The

..care alright as a speller. Tom havegot which weighed eleven toes war brok- tura the aaluial km**. street wad crowded at the Urns and It Thoc :

a good gin of gab; as jpod a* IIrvar ea off by the fall. It waa sever Coating west oa Twelfth street WM la said that several had Barrow ere wanting orange
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heard, lid there U little doubtbut ruag The great palace, wlthla the a double carriage driven by a negro eapn. one woman being within a few
JOG cut some ice at horn, bat Kremlin data from the middle! of giving hia Bam aa J. H. Drive, bat I feet of the vehicle when the crau and Grapefruit TREES

*Lids, aot her. Jut tan your troubles th* last centary. Is It are the ban better known aa "sball.HI saw came.
ts Clark, Tallaferro or tome of the I of St. George Alexaader hall a* L

Cto .ta *_ th* people of Florida han of St. George and the throne I std those contemplating platting grovee in the tatarc. should iaveati- '
v0 i seat here to rtpraseat them tad from 100 to SOI CLARK PLANS ROYAL PALM stock. We
probably bow room. Then range rate oar are BOW bookiagorder* for present +
elf iatereats They feet loac. at feet wide aid from U aid future platting and are offering ,
what want better than do
.. yon you to (S feet high. la the treasury are
'" yorlf.-' ." aadeat Jewel aad plate and regatta FEDERAL COURT OPENS DOORSAND
Thea another fellow would aay to aid the themes of th* last Baipeior I the finest stock of tree ear frown m Dade Couatyoahlfb

....:- "Mr. Brows I am daUghtadi"t of CoBtaaUnopl aid of the old Per.
*> meet- yoa I have heard of yoaVaad alai Shaba lid the eoronatloa robe pine and high hammock bad*. We invite buyers to rfcrt

Broward tad Davis ear ltd see

.:.t.oDaga, aid Maya aid oh. so many Martla Bleaatrup. of Chicago ha our outf net and exMxame the trees. We hire all the had a..

,,L aorry other toted fOR were norldlaaa.aot seceeestal aad I am,very hot gone to work. To the lay hut mad wait.this FOR MIAMI PROVIDING ROO M IS REGISTERED GUESTS FOR Ing and bett varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Tree y


I*9 i.,.I really thlak doal It entirely talk appropriaUoa oat of p La to. Ten m*. 'Some may year arm ago unimportant Steaatrop was aa taMlor PROVIDED FRCC OP COST TO THE SEASON LAST NIGHT Budded joa either[Sour Orange or Rough Lemon Root

decorator, but falter h* had PREVIOUS FORMALITIES OP
ft to C became GOVERNMENT TITLE AND TEXT
, beet oat oa several strikes h* -
wfll ten It to aa, lid w* win liaise ao much attached to tile habit BANQUET AND DANCE WERE atteatlvey. hat If butt la I i also Little River and Falford. front
vary you 01 doing aothlalg that h* mad a \\ OP BILL near By securing trees home
something else might happen. Ton bobby of It. Meanwhile the family \ ABANDONED nurseries you take no risk of inportinf WHITE PLY or other iaaact *

bow the little child's fable too exchequer languished tad Mr. I disease This ia aa important matter which should not be overlooked.

,''paay finger spoiled the pi*' Then i Steaatrap toned It lacambeat upon Large illustrated catalog with prices aid descriptions of varieties fi
&t'l a good boy. Jut go back to;
mailed free oa application. '
her to go out aid oUdt work at \
yW will
Miami lid ten people we
look after their latereats wan and J scrubbing' floor la order that the Several Jay ado the announcement Contrary to expectations and custom The Bros. Co. n
Griffing
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It\. Btenstrup might eat aid V
food tad how 0I1Y< wasted no ..dal for wa made that lion Frank Clark.Coagreaamaa there were BO eeremoales lid '
I clothed She earned CO recta
good mosey la sea ding you ap here.'*, each hard day work scrubbing la a from this district had Introduced feast attached to the opening of the Local Offices Unit River and Uiimi FhrUt3OOOO
i Ro>sl Palm Hotel too the season of
Her he rested i moat
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'big An UU time -
office building. of
la the House Repreees'adyes -
waated to bow (,what I t affid of Steaatrap war at horn smoking had a bill providing: for the establishment fled Monday sight sad outside of declaring ()(O=.:.>:.): :<:,(.:. ;
his deductions I asked for the great house open, registerfag
reveling the moBOpollata, Finally i of a Federal circuit and die'act ,,
Urn to consider, but this III I guests and serving dinner, nothing -
to meet with his approval tad aweU- phone'- 'I e'.I: la this city. itwar out of the ordinary transplreJ.
The came as ao surprise as
like I bad him d4 before Heretofore It had been a custom to
tees
lag up out that see mailer-,i chat Mr Clark had tatend-
catty pound knows
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the : :
he strutted off down the afreet, ratk opening! it ibe Royal Palm
piece: I led I for some Ume to Introduce such inner I I1II'i1rll
nxvrabl
ending back the rejoinder! that I1 wasprobably n ay a Sties snj : to
Everybody work bat father I to i bil: among his fire acts la Canguess. .
of the small bunch of : the public 1} Invitation were
one He alII round all ".,." Th title and text of the bill
citUens who were la favor of fall- i ,, ln.lted but consMerln that the towa I
Btennrap at last dragged his feet'are a* follows: '
lag la to Front little trap to raiseS I.I growing so rapJ" and It would- be !I
from their customary place oa top A BILL ,
.eoo to send this Junketing com of the little store and allowed that To provide for sitting i of 'h* VnlteJi q't cite would a task be to arcvmmodate extend all those this i b ranidly! going to the front as the -ad-
IIIttee0 the national cpto': By this necessary to
the thing: was getting oa his aerves. i States circuit and district courts of .
the has decided in South Florida.
use he was beyond hearlag distance courtesy, management ing city Everybody
Then be smashed the machla to athousand the southern district of Florida a

;"ft.,reply! there. war I am no aura use It la would making have abut bits, scolded his wife, the city of Miami, la said district In formalities the future and to abolish open the all bout previous is going to Miami. Now i is the time to

cuffed the kid aDd left the bouae. Be It enacted by the Senate and I
T pleased him had he waited to hear in a buslneos like manner choice location either for business
!secure a -
4 The next day he secured! a steady House of Representa! Ires of the United A number of the old time guests

It.P.. 8, 8'ace the above cave..ea- : position. States of America la Congress as were prt'sent ISM eight! and took up or residence. Choice locations in
'f a. after the
[ trembled That from and pas-
lbs the Merchants' Association has apartments for the IIOD.h'eb."b
3;rimed Mr J.II"t, as the nap 1! The state of Missouri seems to have sag of this Act there shall be he'd at those coming In on the late train the city for sale by : : : : : : :

.. commltteeman. and I has- solved the question of the ...of coarlct the city of )Miami la the son hen district and this morning, swet'ed the guests I
....Ilea to |: labor. The biennial of of Florida, a term of both the circuit .
apologize\ sad congratulate )lr. report now being entertained upward of one .
Brows his while' heartfelt the various print farms, which and districts courts of said dlsjtrtet. hundred
on escape my I j FORTDALLASLAflDCO. I
sympathy goes out to Mr. Wetmat. J 1 hps Just been seat to the printer on the third Monday la Novem The hotel opens under the most favorable -
her of each : provided That suitable '
Poor boy .bows that when the Improvement year auspices and the Indications"
I of Is takes Into consideration rooms aad accommodations shall ocxxx 10000000000000 i
1'5; see property are very bright for the best seasonIn
be famished for the holding of said'
Left ao suddenly alone aid without the State of Missouri bat clearM the history of the city aad! county ,:
courts at said place free of expense to
<<"oaoogh material for my Tans I will < over 1220,000 per year for two i Call on OrAgent
the tilted StaesBOARD
the Government of
sv* to spa: one or two of my own, I!successive yean by the us* of convicts I! :'II T :D. riz2'. :'. E. z:.afl. sLb.c

I dont know where to start. I'might oa the State farm I COMMISSION MERCHANTS I Fort Vicc-Pre..; Fort Dallas I
la addition to this smauat large OP PUBLIC AT MILWAUKEEOver
a MEET
ten you that I went to church I Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla. Land Co? St Augustine Fla
t"'aday Bight, but It la doubtful lfpart 1 : of the food iced la the various WORKS MEETING rqta

t. you would believe me though tt'l I i prison of tie} state baa bees raised I Three Atindr Strong In Annual .:Ix. ... ,
% true I like to go to church one!> JOB these farms. la new of the sac- LAST NIGHT WAS INTERESTINGAND Seas en a

||J ta a while because It kinder breaks tees of the farms coasUierabl MUCH BUSINESS TRANSACTED I '

th* monotony of Ufesomething new.1 i ifa ditional property! Is to be CONTRACT FOR THE i FREDK. S. MORSE 4
.. U were t like singing, and I like aid many Improvemeats Bad a.J.1 STOCKADE- LET AND PAVING Milwaukee, ",.., Jaaniry 10 -More ,
praying tad J like a good *ermoa.buttoo the farm already owned by the & CONSIDERATIONThe this three! hundred member of the I F ,

I much of either especially pray- State GIVEN National League of Commission Merchants Real Estate :
.
t tag klader gives a fellow that tired I are In this city at present to
hi feeling. Well, sir the pastor of this Prom the'snbjolaed paragraph from regular weekly meetlag of the attend the annual convention of the

| church to which I went Sunday lafji the Chattanooga News, It Is eviJeat Board of Public Works Monday Bight League, which opens here today and Offices ap stairs Cor. Ave C and II th St.

noted for h's long prayers and aatll the Chataaooga editor also had a big' was a little more harmorlous than will continue la season for three! days I 7

"rb* ter me be Jtdat I will alwaysPoWllev '' time of It: 'hat of a week previous rid as result Mr. George Mead, of Baton U thepfl&lelf'.t Miami Dade Co.. Florda. ,
much bus'aeM! pertalalag to future of the National League! :
he mad that particular prayMonger EDlTORlAio41baasdlflrl flflffffl : !
than usual for ny especial 'I Old Santa Clans hid a big time of work of the board was arranged In Frisk A. Wagner of Chicago the '
\ LANDS OF
I'It la Chattanooga this year. I i order that;' It can be facilitated Thesession vice president! A. Warren Patch, of AGENT OR '5> '

H* started off right and bad thef wss very lenghty aad lasted I Boston the secretary sal Charles Florida East Coast Railway Co.
Ii*- straight road before him Seconds i avll :ntMnlght. Roth of New Orleans' treasurer I
AN EDITOR TOAST | Among the business tnasacted was Florida Coast Line Canal and Iran
and mlante flew by sad real h* prayd The local commission merchants Co. -
; he was Just a laying It off. Onenitera the letting of the contract to repair, have maJe elaborate! preparations! for
; ,, good old soul-way off laa At a* editorial convention ore Of light and saaltate he old Flagier the entertainment of the vlslt'ng Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast I and Co i

f. corner! aald "amen." An old brother tile country editors offered the fol- I stable at the foot of Avenue Dwhlchwill 1 i member" and de'egate and for today .
I It'owing tact: be used as a stockade for city have ,
: amea.gbed' they arranged a reception
t>o u '' To save the editor from star stlou{1 pr'soaers: aa BOOB as It eaa be madeready. ,anj a smoker. Tomorrow there wl'1 Miami Bottling Works
take his newspaper and pay him for The entire cost of repair I
was satisfied sad la :'a few seconds'I be a number of theatre parties aid
1.-rtlodl had the cough hat tile It promptly. To save him from bail will aot exceed IZO*. I I on the evening of the closing day of
A DICKINSON
., ruptcy, advertise la his paper liberally Th* board Harassed at length the WALL Props
proms good old soul-prayed on.H the convention there will be tilt *snanl >
.,.' was wound ap aad the made bee : To save him from despair Bead matter of taking tile sewerage sajaaaltarfy banquet la honor of the offlcera
R. R. FwXaaafsetarer -
lltb Street Nest Miami c
hfta every Item of news of which you work of the city off the
L gav* th devil sad all of his Imps elect.
eta gt hold. To save him from profanity hands of the city council la conformity
-,was see of the harJesf scrape I veaJtaT -
". writ your corretpoadenc with ilarassjoa at the last session of
*. a* ever had. T. E Hunt aad family, of Tennessee
aids of tile sheet sad
pithy oa see of that body aid wall aot definite'ly
Thirty. mistier passed tad die par- have sent for their househo'd ,Ir 1j
send It la la early aa possible. To settled It I practically artaisthat
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lai still I fe for him
prayed.
sorry him. goods lid win shortly move Into the All Kinds of
him from mistakes bury
awe tabs
ha board will agree to up
J7;ash was thlaklng how I could make
Dead people ar the only ones thatnever boas oa the corner of Tth street and
"him butt ap against !''aomethlng tad the task. Avenue C. Mr Hurst will l go Into

f atop whea he begaa ti raa lows aid make would mistake do wn to Newspaperreader reme.ber'wt Another matter of some discussion],I business her, lid will remain hen Soft DrinksPrompt
tile I of Aveaaa D fromTwentieth
paving
lata war
few momenta afterward JolaAl
.?* +permanently. (
3i Chora and said "amen." aid wet there aao" perfect people editors street to Tweatyeecoadr !I Attaadoa to ABOr *ra. OotofTewaMfurt ONM .......... see
ar reaJers I
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hard with the lateraecUa street I -
an It
itralghteaed was a
Ight lid by the smll of aatlsfactioa t-Brlck.U A-.a.: Th board dltermlaed


I jest h* was oat though) be dldal aow tad they wilt he going right the paving of Twentieth Itrett"1I'1II _

know that every one ta that conga l'along. crosses a lot owned by Mr. W. tomato seed
gallon would **.. a petition for him e.e 1.. Kemper aid which cal not be pared .1 I PA'Httft"S' is"-e BEST: ,4FCATILIzCRltJl'
old friend Sammy Pitta has without his consent Providing I I
w ta cot all of hia' prayers la three Hy The relict
:+;",.art* sad deliver them on he Installment gone tack to a saaltarlum Ja Chicagofor lie object to tile same there appear ble Foroldrround.the The most earlier ... "uaedct .
mot
-1 pie, firther repair Here's hopinghe ao other alternate bat to e'oee' the prolific
tomato ever produced true to nameSeeds ULri IU} Iirhlinui
: tmrrnuy t
't', will get well aid strong. for even street. ;
direct from farm ill Xew
i1-' 'Th' time next week the movt ofsir hougt ha Joe lets oa the wrong Sldewa'k and paving matters on our .. e..f.
will be banting the attic or the tide! << the fence, politically, there other street were also discussed at :Je r cT. Price 5<>c per ox.. $1.511 for P."L..cc:.."., .l' n., f
kitchen for mother and wild hare got"{are a doggoned light, worse fellows some length, practically an of which i'1 V 'maud. $3.110 half pound or *5.tl>('

4 room or two to rent. {I Ia j(right now la Dade county 'lisa ever wen gotten la a condition to bring pound. Address

'I i tam hits dared tarb' *.... U ,1 before th* eomtl at its recess meev I J.n', I1ORXER.orida

f.. Traak Mardee'* teas patch I* com- The Maa Oa the Caner.I tag tomorrow sight

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MIAMI MtTROr OLIirRIDAY. 11 1101
a0E YOUR .
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creep along we Bent Inland and they A HORNED PEOPLE. .
A SAD STORY discovered a mail house 1
\Hin w* departed, w* were uneasy ....e BUM That Live neep the CM. I ,
about Ih.m. V* could not go ae lhee..e.es.5 Ateaehaa 1
to them and they could not com ton Adjoining the Chinese prefecture e*
SHIPWRECK
OF
*. we were mlaerable About ten aumchaug la a deep gully barred b1I I
o'clock that night we heard footttepa a deer which no Chinaman I* permitted '

and afterward realized that four men to pa** until b* Suds bail for hU n
atonal by all. At firtt we Hioncht It .
wm our our men b<*' 't proved to be I
from the little aettlementho
four men
WITH TERRIBLE SEA FREEZING
n had come to rescue ua and had .(
WEATHER AND CLOUDED ELEMENTS brought an oxcart along to convey u*.
10 the to.n. \\e had a flre to warm '
; FOR LIFE FINALLY 'u* and the people could not be klnJr ( ;;
Inr- Mr Bell the gentleman In '
LANDED NEAR IT ANDREWS rharg of the mil''. provided a'I in

y AND FROZEN hit poser to make n. comfortable."
BAY IN WEAK .
; ; Th<- tan wh'ch the captain' men :
hi.
. : CONDITION- CAPTAIN BODOEN Mi\ ocd above wat llogtown Bajon I .
)"I.t rrdn the peninsula: on Ch
TELLS OF THE AWFUL EXPERIENCE h.tc-b. bay At this place they ta"1

OF HIMSELF AND CREW m tne ,
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ramP to the city on the mall .
hlrh make that pace.HOUSEKEEPERS'. I
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A horrible ton of ih p" :n c;: uflerlng CLUB i tit..'.
D.
human endurance. anal a tents b..
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The budneri'meerlvg of the housekeepers
Be bathe with 'h* elements ass OD''
I Cub wan veil attended
c brought to the city yesterday when Thurtday IDol a great deal accomplish I are )

Captain R. B Sudden and i'x mom .d. The meeting wan strictly a bus I -
ten of the crew of the American Incri 0011 rare for aa Informal reception '. !!
acbaoaer Nokomis arrived to the afternooa to Mr.. Haden, the clab I
Y on the Mary Esther mat1 boat a-cretary. who baa Just returned after i
ors the Pensarola Journa' a 'ong absence. 'I ly t
the schooner capsized: at 4 clock The meeting was called to order the
I
N Christmas morning and tuned turtle by the president M... Carpenter. and I !
two days later with nothing to *a' ort 1 after the usual business. letter from I ... : I
drink bat seven small can of canned I absent member were read and giftsreceived rat .
4 j beet and one gal'on of water soaked I from Ur*. Ravery and )1".1 pn ;
to the skis with n't water and nosrj M>tVr'n*. who are not here this I the "
\ perishing from cold and Paeans Inter. but bar the welfare of to*
UOB, the captain and crew r j::.ed club at heart i l
for i'x long days and night I with the I Mr*. v Parian cent her paper. on
element until they were tna'lr ....b. Fin! Ma h'tory which ..1'1 *>e readla I en
+ ed ap on the beach about 110 mile .. on and Mr*. Sarery'a note on' u..
z '. east of Prnaacola, and 11 mile below' the same subject.It I !
St. Andrewi.abont 4:3: Sunday morn- wa voted to give an afternoontea T
.... on Thursday Jan, 11. at the clubhouse by
When they reached Penaacola! yeeterday each member to Invite a* many J :
they preeentej a pitiable light ladles as she wiihe It will be an
,, Flair hand and feet were swollen especially Interesting occasion a* I
"t from the cold and sat water Sal the Mr*. Grace Mauler wll read a paper
bodies were covered with bolls from "Household Economic" The hostesses j.
: the.salt water potaoaing One of the for the month are lira GilfordMr 8b '
men waa I* sack a condition that the *. O. E. Smith and Mr*. Hadea.
failed State Bhtpptnc Commlsaloaer The e'ub will meet at two o'clock: U
ordered him neat to the hospital for (Standard Time) In the future inatead .
m treatment and an plainly bowed tb. of three; and member* are
terrible experience through which earnestly :neted to be a* prompta

they had pn.J. possible.It oa
# Captain Sodden was seen by t WM also voted that a key to the
Jovial repreeeatarlT tmmed:ately club house be provided to- any member rr
after his arTtral tad h* recounted tfcjawfnl wishing. nee so that they may
detail a this awful nperleaee.A be able to use the club house at anytime )
air torn of tae moat horrible featare nil will be of great ajraatag -
lrk4 were described, ties Droned and star to those living at a distance for loa i
iy non of tile sea eorered his face with It aaaare a comforfah'e resting place
his heads tad sobbed Ute child, the with an opportunity of making a cup
.,' Try recollection of hU anffenngB of tea 1
completely annerrlng him Several new name were proposed
Te left Gnlfport at 1:10 p.m. 81nrda for membership, after which roll call '
y '. December tJ. for Cuba with that brought oat many itferegitingItems
"f o aiif' a strong north wind blowing. among which Mr*. Hades told u
.:, Befr n tearing Galfport the vessel wa of the report of the horticultural sort-
toBbii to be light and taking DO wauArrUlrf <. ey which the had been' reading and
at ee the buoy pump were found moat fascinating:
tried arala hot there was no water to Mr*. Gilford read a clipping from .
speak of after fifteen atroke At a month'y called "ChartUes," on the I t\ ,
sundown the breeie commenced to I wanton neglect of some of Vortda'a I
freshen up IIn..'.. on quite a see charities and threw ante new tight \
4 shorten sail the subject I 'Jtll
which c IDM a* to on
MAt ten o'clock that night a *ma'I Mr*. Kirk Unnroe quoted from ,
y leak started and both pump were pat President Rooverelf message to Congress '!t2ileagaTelltias'r.' 'Iba I
going The water commenced to about lb. tin million: of womenIn 'I
t gala at about 11 o'clock and Sunday the railed State who are making!I 'I : 0
r morning by S o'eTock there was tin their own living, which' was gracefully of <

S : feet of water la the boll responded to by Mrs c.rJlf'1 I :' : ; : : : I ..( .
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"We then started to throw 08 our ter o'
4 e deck load to lighten the rente', two A report was a'so made on the I a to i j I .. i : *(*
men being left to attend to the pomp pmtrr*> of the cooldDIf.eeIpt ...f-I I
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The .*.. was rem b..u" at this time let which Is being compiled for theclub ;;
and we pat the """f"' before the w nl, lad the meeting closed after a I 'i;:

In orllf' to keep her a* easy a* ponnl I' most satisfactory two hours session 1 1 i p

11'.. {'onld.\IIC.n\ that wa done I' ',
.4 It availed nothing for every time the DELRAY DOTS -
vessel was sounded It w4 toned that
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.-4 k rlat"'r wa. raining at the n r o< ala I \
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Inches pre hoar \Ve worked hard al What la Transpiring This Prosper.1 '
Jay So Jay discharging the deck load oars Uttl Twn {aMr. ::.- !
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when.about S o'clock! In th afternoon I I
the British steamer Heathbnrn was I : I

Igtted coming to our direction: Our Frank McDnff. wife daughterand : \
if flag wat ho'tted union down when the two eons, of Cambridge Springs.! I
fteamef came In bait of n*. The Pa. attired Saturday morning and \ tV*".f
captain cou'd not render n. anr a.Y .- ate takrn the house of refuge for '

rx alttanc* except offer to take u* off. the winter t : II. I
but aa (the vessel. ws not entlre'y: .aterlocged T. F, B11'amtyof Daytona C. W all J ;a
and aa we were making good IRtdle. .
II of Virginia, and Chaa C Had ;
t tine la getting off the deck' load wei son of Cincinnati all commercial : : I a
A r"'think U right to leave our yes .jotirlsis worked the town Saturday I ,
HI t until w* had done all we could to the interest of" their firms !

save"At her t o'clock 8 nJy night the Itotft -fl.Mr Oorye Scammel returned Ft1!. ;

oat deck to *ea. Then we got all night after reveral month .trip :
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together up the State.
instruments
the natlgatlng ,.
r with bftfftige: we cooM col'ect In a Mrs C E. Sumner of Chicago, : to l .
lent fcnd placed the tame on the arrived Sunday evening )lr. Sam : .

house of the *atp. Very lltt'e proms. nor has been her several! week and+,I : : I i\\
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loon std three ra'tons of water were has a en acre crop of cabbage plant
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In our t taseen on Afterward the Tea-1" eJ TJier' hare gone to keeping ..
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net. set; op In her right position and \ house In the Wit lama cottage. I' i II : Ji'
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remained fcr about ten minutes, then I I* Cava la getting the McLeod I .
she tatted over on her side dwhlngj cottage: In shape for hla office .
'.'C he It :
TemlnrererjboJr
I Mr Car' D. Bckcl. of PilaskrMl \\
her
..n..1 The men c'lmbed up on j jde I
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1 t boat I Ih. arrived Saturday erenlag on
< time to reach the yawl '
I Ik !timber a pnieepctlng our Hp Is very blgb :
daTlt1th
which l la on ,, ly p t...*.1 with Delray. .
the
!
around
and broken para hau.1 .
had to be taken I fir J. J Schelrer. of Brie. Pa,. '
ery p-* "t.oIi a '
the t>oft from being smashed. a* we <""l1t Monday In town I, 1 ,
knew k to be oar onT hope. )lr. R. ReJer, of Bay City )l1 1I., | : ) ; a.
unit.r arrived Sunday to spend the winter :
"\\el i pared around' th* butt I ITh1l" !
.V r noon "hen the Nokoml" ,,1:h his brother Mr Reder Is a land }
F tum4j bo'tom upward In latltnit o.ner and plneapp'e this is his Brut vlslIn several |
1 ,. :' IS Wr'ude U:4.: ,I i
"Vniut ass! rr comiMM except a : >ears I I
iq "..le fltete. of canvass. w* triJed to I; If the rain doe not let nn before .
D tMl toe land All day ""Ian lay i: long. the commission men will have ,.,:
tt ralcfdlro we cov'd not see the eon ''I. bad time this Beanon Ton bad. \ ': I *"!!.?.
w We hf'lt knew where w* were g goIBC. I I D It Nlcno'a and w..... of Wash ..,.. "
hit toward night the run came I I :bg*" D C.. regular winter "l : ; *o...;'
out ac) v< **v her.t4. A* th. wind:'' ion H-rlTeJ Monday morning '1.\\ .,**..' '0.
"a r .'** n4rthwesterly we made U to the ,; hare gone 10 kepng! house in i 1 '

l east tth braver hearta, cold and l new coitsce<< on Swlnto avenue. I I Agent
and two Mrs Kuhn West <.
chilled! bodies! For two dar spent Tuesday In \
.','It!..* made for th* east Saturday : Palm Beach I II r AgV..
/ mining the wind. came out from I L.. J. Ljwan and eon, Lyle. spent I
tf the eatt and we made It to the north i Tuesday In West Palm Bach I !

I Sunday morning: aa BOOB aa 8. 8. Thrope. of Detroit, la spend ; j
day raJ.. w* observed the thou, but i lag a few days la tows Mr. Thorp
did not know where w* were W* had a pineapple grower' hero I l i j
to k.. of shore with great dlfflcuity. Mr L. W Thompson of Boyne .
hut at last a great pea cart niaahor II. MKh, arrived Tneeday night
new BX Andrews Bay W* a Tt lto his old Mend I. H. I
"'1 piotnred a trw match and made a I Burton I 'AA
IN. T> were almost frwrnx toe, feet i Harry Dyer. L. M. Murray J. W. ; A+
fo ad blab. A* BOO a* the heat cot Flftger. O.o. )I. Wright. H. T.How I
f b M Oe pals we endured. was trrVw .,4. commercial trsT ers waked the I .
__. put Cmb wnd terr'b: r. .-woof town Tueclar III the Interest of the r '
the' idea who coed maaag to tnt
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-- THE MIAMI METRO LI" FRIDAY JANUARY 1J 1104 -
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Is the Quality and It b the {".
quality an ,

'? he Price that make Everything For The House the price that make


our goods popular I cur goods popular





Furniture,\ Carpets. Rugs Mattings Kitchen Utensils a



of every desdription

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raD.k.. T. Budge Qtlo. Street, Miami: : F'1 orida

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:New A. Suite E. Knowlesu Fled| :. Agnes Knovleailrorce 11. M. KING : I p S4. aoutk. range 41 east .

I Town Topics. I and M J. ,Tarboaroa h. ft LEGAL PAPERS FILED : Warranty .dd R o galiaer lad '
rife to John A. Darta for
J. D. Cobb repleTti. were new ,ulUSt'J : $11. lot aI
and
Undertaker Embalmer "> .I block 11. Miami!
: .r the! circuit court tht imorclna; AO.- <<>egeoe
I Warranty deed Berr:n* Crust Laud

B.'"D to Mr and Mr A. Hendry om I l.JOO: AVENUE D Warranty deed Wm Hot sad "wife' (Co. to Heater A Soadei for $60. tea "

Avenue c, a one boy. Rrtigned Hia PC tlon o Planter Security Bank for 11 1.1'icrea 'a! section 2*. Ip. (5. aouthraaga
W. Schmerl hat resigned hit poltlnn I
I AKcatkM tOh.. ten acres In section 11. tp jj. south 10 east
c erk w:tb Iftdore Cohen, and t Pcrioval t* II call.
st Big reductions .... cotton aad ooI'I'| 'the ricancy at ,It being Ailed temporarVictor I range 41 east.Warranty I Warranty deed, Ace:! Ben3d Ida-

en b'anket. Cobra. .. |'I I Il .... H t3chneldman i I --"-- --- deed B. B. Tatnm to O. 'hand by A. E Het-. a:.wa"'y. la- <
.
r u". :::::::' L. Laird for I!.AOO r.I,1. to H. A. Kra'ier far $1 t
i' ; I Sold Homestead Property I IItr H* Wa .a a Divert west bait: lot S. M0 e*= I
M W right. of Lake'.n 1. \Iii block t:3: Miami air ;and described by Vet b jectioa I
George i
.
records IS and $0 tests Call John Gifford of Cocoanut Grove | A uli In ulvo John W Bra Jock I
among the hot!ness visitor IB the I ICIl' Av has sold ten acres of the Trapp homestead .- vt Susie M. b-a Hock. was Tied III'' Warranty deed R. J. Mather aad 36 tp 2. south. rang 43 ti.t.
,.
I':'on our agent Dad Pharmacy I at Cocoa Plum to )lr. Hubert I IVan the circuit court his mornltg by R. wife to E L. Hnitlleston for I3JOO QUI elam! deed Am-ricar Realty:

,!cube, D. or write MetropoHtaa Talking' W Meyer. borough clerk of the I R. Taj lor petit ..r'* attorney, Iota e. 7 and S. bock %3. north. Ml Co 10 W W Brag for $1 a.l> .Whet

Aetna djnamlt and luppllet for \ Machine Co.. Jackaonvlll Fla. Agenta city of Maa.aun. N J. | suit I considerations lOll P 10 11 and I!.

.ai. by Lumrnut A BcweO.Mr wanted i| r i Mortgage. L Huddleaton et sLl I b'"ck 6S Miami
ji A Voluminous
Cccument to Tropical Horn Improvement ,v '!rrau y deed. J r Hal: : ei ua
i Large sire linen bark towel Extra Co.
I One of the moo olum' Jocu :.. J J. ,lo' for $5011. acm
nont
for ISOO 'ot $. block : ly ten las
value l> Cohen. I n. north Miami
good at c
!
three
: and
; L Grapefruit Crop. I
George oug ai Bought l mentor ever filed IL .. county clerk'soece ion 12 'p. 14, south rang 41t '
children of S arke F"a, arrived IB The entire grapefruit crop of Mr i Mortgage. C L. Huddle on et ax .,
In this a'so
i
ass entered for I << four acre in' section iU
Miami last Thursday and will probably Key of apattah.. haa been. purchased Favorable Advertising record today\ In the .&..,>. of a bill of to Tropical Home Improvement C'o.I i: 47. south rings 41 east
make tbla their home I by )Ir. Glad Smith, ..110II | for 1500. lot <, block M north, Miami
of Miami entertained theState I
Tb. people exception la the appea( ed saw of I Warraaty dd I. r hcliy\, et ax 1
begin the market:ng of the aame at pedagogue In a manner cba"j I C. T. McCrlmmon 's the Miami 'I t I J Ho h- for 1'e' Macreaaloaff ,

Money to 10.... Merrttt !tol1.>> real. oocs."Mill. acterlitlc of their recognized hoapltallty Transfer Company The document Mortgage! t. L. HaJdteatoa et >" -'.'- me of F. E 'it' .r (track '

.tat* K4aa.? Miami. Fla. *tf At a result the Magic City CO\<-I. "10 typewritten pure*. and ...1'1'' to Tropical Home Improvement i '"," 1.)11 l 12 tp I' a sage 41 .
i iC
End*- table linen, worth TIe I la receiving much favorable advertising be e...' ,) rd In the I"a, pt of record ': for ISOO. lot T. block ?J. north Miami Las,

I per yard at (2 c Cohen Pa.atka Times Herald from the ,our. ur n.ij county elr i Morgage deed Frank Slaven to Satisfaction of mortgage J T.Crit- C
Mr J H. T tuts, of the J. H. Ta I Brown
cult court from th- finding of whlco'' Moody foe I1M tin acre tenders to L. I. Rader sad wife
Real Estate Agency. who hat been I Iapendlng I
ttm
the appeal la taken With! this document In section 11, tp. M 'south rang Warraaty ded. Fort Dana Laud Co. ito
Attend Ante Races Will Press
To :
the. put few weeks II Jack ,, Bring Fancy 3$ I 1
east
I that compoalag the transcript D. C. HUt lot 1. block I, Miami.
_nl1.. bas returned home. Commodore and Mr*. F. D. Hughes According to a well known northern I
I of record Warranty deed, J. W sad Lies Mortgage. D. C_ Hill
left today for Daytona aboard their produce dealer now In the city to- will make upward of one and wife to
'auach Wigwam where they go to I mates i by February 1 will be worth thousand page, which the deputies lea Erickaon. to Ne'toa Horton for 1 Dad County Security Company, for e-

Bradley*! fertiliser are the beet j attend the automobile race rid from $( to tl per crate on the north- ''B the clerk office will now bus ITS. lot 4. block It Ertckaoa'i addition $TS. lot I, block I. Miami'

For sole by J. B. Lommua. Miami.Mr crag about for several week. They era aad western markets This heavy themselves la preparing { to MiamiAgrement. Warranty deed Albert Toha et a*
Inland will the Nelaoa Hortooand Emma to Horace F Downing for II. aad afcr >
will go via the paaaag price be brought about By I
Trav's for purchase of lo' 17.block .
the considerations certa'a! land la NO-
of caaaej
shortage vegetable by
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aid Mr*. George P. Carver"* the excealve rain of the past several Stockade Completed I IS Malm Conjlderatloo $47. flow It t,. 13. south raaga 41 *aatSatlafactioa

Btertalalag M their gnta at their i Will Attend Autobaat Race web which have practically: \ droned The city atockad was completed I Temporary llcena to practice med of mortgage, H. C.

4"L tome OB the Boulevard. Mr and Mrt Quit a number of iota bo.ulDf'tll out the throughout the State yesterday sad all of those prisoners Icl... State Medical Board to J. A. Room to a. J. Mather e

H. L. WhltneL of Boaton | and yacatnuf ar* annlng In attend crop sale ....eace-thirty one to all- HeUiingerWwrraaty. .

I he autoboat race to be held at lake were traaaferred there Jut tight deed H E. Tattle receiver. Wl ;

t Many to toaa M tmprorad Worth during the latter part of Ul I For Sale HOT** aaj wagon; The stockade, M previously stated to F. E C. Railway Company Our school teacher told w (hax"Modeaty
trOPII't1'l I mouth sad the first of seat although choice of two horses for farm or road. la tilt olj F E. C Railway stable for II right of way. ttx 100. at Intersection i
O. S. amrlra. Cocoa*** 0..... or M. was oa* of tao TlrraeaAwtQ
s boat from this aC 4th
It I* not probab' say J. Brown Hypoluxo at the foot of Avenue D, and while' I : ttreet sad Avenue
IXPrto*. Miami i port will enter the contetu.: a place unfitted for the homing sad | F. you bl! v* a War It trm last ba

confining of a haaaan belag. It a ,: Warranty deed F E. C. Railwayto afraid to tn It"W

County Tax Aaaatsor Gorge O. Batler : Will Reside In PalatkaRev great Improvement over the old : James M. Carroll for flSO. ten I are belag told] ao many' Bam ,
.
nee bualaea lot for H.OM. worth .. W. Lawlen. the newly appointed
acre la section 6, tp. 47 aouth. aag* '
.... aad family retaraod horn thY I aoabla the price. J. R. Tttum ft Co.Death prealdlng elder of th. Meth- quarter congealed la .the. entirely city Jail Inadequate which was l, 41 Mat. that va hays th* largest sad moat K

morning from a few week visit to | Mist Episcopal church south for the affair'bag j' Assignment o* mortgage, C. C. complete Haa of boat maters la Mt :
The It
blnldlng quit a large #
IB fonDer
: rasa tret aad friend their
eat which extends
coast dlatrlcu about tOxM feet la lit*. Bunk Chlllngworth' to Mr. Soula! C. Tlf am'; n bN1eve ft la traa. Wa ar* I
; home IB Alabama. of C McMsUeeB.
C. ) from Palatka to Miami and below, hat
toe.
i-I I II It Claude McMallea, a former .....- decided oa Palatka for hit official capable of tleplng forty mea to the Mortgage deed Waiter B. Strahaa gotag to carry ararythtac te Oat 11M

\ yo want tert lzen, conauR J. E. I: dent of this city, sad brother ot ALL residence provided he can secure a ltd. have made been pt'OYldt.L..d sate fromeacape the' to Henry Maddock for $1.000. aaat at New York prie**.
reaioaab'y
McMalea. died Saturday a week syllable houta. Dr. Frederick Paaco. blnldlng half lot t, bock 1C. Wt Palm Beach W* Ar n Par Paint
old
for the
LBBOU. ascot teitabl.lBradley | but to this
a guard
prevent
i
ItlaeM of
after
ago near Largo aa the former presiding elder rldej at
I t
Assignment" of mortgage MercaatileExchange Our Invoice show have
1 will maintained at night All of v* bought ,
food
several month with pulmonary com- Miami. Palatka' Newt
---- i I IKre. pMcatlona The remalaa were interred I the prisoners now conflenej: there are ("u. Bank to Realty Mortgage )11444)I gallons of mixed palat and 11 "

whit men. but one The stockade I Iota I of whit lead equal to L4S1 >
I K. that hat traniferred her : IB the family burying ground I! Pardona Canlderd { Satisfaction<< of mortgage. Margaret ; g*

art studio two ooon aouth of her origiaal near Bay Viewtavanlla I I II wilt he used only to aceomoda'e the 'I IE, Horton to John W. HarPf'r.forl..ae |I[ lona of paint tlae 1... lit. Think
I | The State Board of Pardons met In prisoners after sentence has been
room She la a realm IB cocoanut ) deed, 8. R. Nixon to lot K; SI71 gallon Enough: natalto
passed and they delivered to the I|i ,
picture frame M well at artlat In Commlal I I I coned-end :: : : : : Board of Pubic Work for labor on First National Bank of Miami for cover a sold fene 10 feet hlghover,2i .
and a BBC embroiderer : achooaer aouaeboat 8a sn :15. SO acres la section 20 tp. I 1
The
large 'i .
fol'owlng: Joa Uaah, for the murder I the atreeta When nrt arreated miles long. l.HUOO Iqa... feet cOrK
vanlla. owned' by Commodore Weaiaerall '; 54 son'h range 3$ east.Warranty I
lof Jim Winiaaia In Putnam county In and I until aentenced a'l prisoner wll1I
I I ,
Order of soft Jrinka deltrered which has been berthed tbe dd Thomas J. Overton :j two fan car of paint and w* are
a ca.se ap
,. 101 Pardon refnaed Jame Newbera I I be kept a' the city Jail except three I
or shipped to roe by the Miami Bottllnf '' river since the close of last season, convicted] of forgery. In \\'akul'aconnjty '' released on bond to T. H. Dickinson for 11 and m.kllliap another car order BOW Oar

Work, Mfgh. Miami. na.ett hat been brought out of the river'I. PnaxM for further cnniMleration other ennaiJerat'ont lot S and wet Ivanish I tale have kept pac with the f

to the bay and recommit*'oned for i Aaron Jones, conv'cted: of ha'f loblock 21 Ba'dwln addition I palat la Ha proportion Wa bay Unneed -
I
i the season Her owner and guests aawnlt with Intent to kill In Hrad| His Ad BrougM Results .
A praedpe for lummooi Charle A mill be aboard la a few day!. ford county, 1>01. ParJon ref*.e1JnJaon That It pats to advertise la theMe Warranty deed. H. M. Flagler and I oil by the ear Think what that

Smith against Jobs B. Retllv, aaaamp-1(!,I I Mat 111., convicted of murder I ropol: I I. ibomn by the lowing: : wife to Mary. Marvin for tl. lot Xbock I I meant. for Miami Then are few

0 alt damagea IS.(KM. vat filed la he I Big! reduction 09 cotton and woolen In third degree In Hamilton county Xtarlng the teacher' 'On".nl'DII la 54 West Palm Beach I cities of It* sue that eta show such e'

circuit court late jeeterday aftereoon anketa Cohen : In 102\ Pardon refuted hey MM this city t..of'f'h ago )Ir. F OI 3.'l f ctlon of mortgage.Henry Ben i paint tale "'vW .

by George A. Worley. pialntllfa at I gett, convicted of murder. In TVSotoi Ra e> lot a hlch'r prized tick pin net'. to Emma B. Ma'lon : -
Woe) i I I ; : Sat:sfactlon of mortgage. 0 G has handled three full car of
Broke her Ankle' i i county In 1M3' Pardon rffu.ed. which sass found bv Mr W J Sear I
I I Burch+ Worthlngton the littledaughter 1 ;, superintendent of !public .nuructloa Jt'rohm assignee to Emma B Mai'onWarranty aaili, nearly two ear of building paper

p Martina Snooting; Gallery it offering ,, ( of Ovoo.a, : count'Sot, knowing o dd Pennle Carlll andhatband and other good ra proportoa.I .
of Mr
rid
George Worthington '
I beautiful designs.
lace curtain. I
D mlck for 5west
a box of fine cigar for the beat ,, happened to the sellout rid painful whom It belnnzed: Mr Sear carried to EN. I Does you think that entitle a* to
'I I wor h 75c at 4c Finer grade 11.1sto lit with him to hi* home In Kiuelmimee ha'f lot 1 block: %:I. West Palm Beach I
A core made at'their gallery ibis week. accident: of breaking her ankle a t!:!.M per pair. These are money deed Fred A. Barrett etnx use a big WE: at the head of this artt-
i '. Ur Sear finl was to Mortgage ,
few while with other i
playing
day ago : ..".n. Cohen t. known E. for $1 2M. lot ele.
Fred Bring
cIl11d,... The accident was caused i I Mr J. W Watson who to
The atone work It BOW completed by stepping la a bole la the ground i' i no' eel' Mr. Rale) a ..1| In the )MetropI 4 of Pmut subdivision lots 1. 2. i I This ra the reason why our sales!

oa the residence of Chaa A. Beer I The little infferer It doing; at nicely Order *f tale" Mad I oils He sent the tarn In a letter 3'I U. anj 20 bock 103. North I have been *o large: Our good are
oa Tth street and the frame work la I In the Cnlted State District Court ,
aa could be expected I Ito Ur Scar. who promp I ly returnedthe
about finished. to that If fair weather |, jyeaterday. la the case of Richard Rut { pin t
continue It win not be loaf before sell vt the cargo of the ateamth | that It did him great pleasure to reiturn I acre of land In section 31 and 12. I WE WANT Ton MONET

the hoaae la ready for occupancy Meek fr Ballasting\ I I. AlicjL the fo30wlD order was made It The recul I I. obvious: had I ----- --=
\ ____ The F. E.C. Railway la BOW moving
I Judge James W Locke: this I I Mr. Ra'e '
by not aJvertlied his 011' lath
from Rockdale. Cutler
weekly near ,
Serenity ihouaaaj buJded oramg caste coming on to be heard upon petition Metropolis! Mr Sears would: tttll
| from twelve to twenty carload of StoreIS
of the HbelUnti for an order I Ibe la of hit The Racket 1.--
.a< grapefruit tree for aal. Price [crushed rock weekly! for nee la batla possession pin :
I for sale pendente lite 01 1IT1 piece -
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from K to H cent Sea for price lag the roadbed between poIat.atKI.o. I =
r and package of Iron etc. saved trom
Hat of nuraery atock. Soar Brother. This work will be continued 'tha Spanish steamship Alicia and it I' Mackerel Still Scarce
until the entire road from South Jack | Mackerel .
fishermen are atlll esperIleneing THE PLACE
Utta! Rlrer.! Fla : appearing to the court that such mer'rhan
r tonvlll to Its terminus oa the matwland I l hard luck oa account<< of th*
It Iron tad tubject-to rapid
bal been rocked thai making f It,' of l scarcity and .msl'nes i of the catches
and that the
It It stated that ther will I be a the only rock baUaated railroad la the deterioration expense va1 I Ever store the boll-.lay. there, haabern .w
I to Itt
i In
keeping *am l proportion
chicken: exhibit at the Dad* County 18 ,
pr.ct'u'l nothing doing and
Ins I would be It .It ordered
treat
Fair th't! year, wh'eh newt ''comes asa ate.Mil very t wha few ut'b..t'f' brongh In are We
(that the marshal proceed<< to advertise Appreciate
spar to that Industry There will EIIdlt.bl.. linen worth TSe !1 and oell the lime upon due and proper I Insignlttcent to those of other wa !

V* a large tent la eot proximity t. pr yard at 61 e_ Cohen'ii | notice and bring the proceeds Into l-o-. and before 'h. boll,lavs TespnUv t
the Fair building for the purpose ofdisplaying the \11I\&lnp: recelvIS I .
further order: : company
to abide
a I I this court itt '
he tow's.S I II Cone Back t* Chlcag -Tim.. Colon .1 barrel George C Brown IS YOUR TRADE rsts

i.i 1 Mr 8. O. FHta. chief deputy clerk I :....-- ,. bll rr'i and the Portda Flub an"4 ,

Mia Java Anna Rosa who lately sod <<
arrived here from Davtoo. O. to spent flee left Saturday night for Chicago ; hal I come In "P to noon II> lay
worth Tie at {Ile. Finer grade, $1 :5 I
the winter wth bet fath r Mr J. FROM .
to sanitarium where he
reenter
left last night for Wet Palm spent the greater a part of 'aat tummerfor to n.M Cohea per pa..'r. Three are moneysaven. Crops Ar. Gene The: year lust past we had a very \I.trge trade over th-t of "

Beach bere she goes '0 accept a poalJoa I treatment of a chronic trouble This has been nne of'h* dreartestse1 of previous )'earsVe thank every one who added %
aa Monographer and typewriter Mr. Flttt condition at prevent it aot .
castes diem of th I long and
IB the once of Mayor W. I. Met serious or arming and the treatment Water Main Hearing Cemplef continue I inclement wea hr which ajx'nn}' to our business' But candidly we

...; f calf __ It to be taken at a precautionary Work OB the laving of the large con f.>r this season of the year. ha* never think }ou had a reason for trad n,; ri

: measure He expecta to return la a Tevor pip from the pumping! tta'tr been known II<>lof""*. drat little rmaln'ng *. with us-didn't we treat "
ii' Monday the IStjh ta 'BioaraphyAfteranon month or fix week to tile golf ground wells: In tie no 'tweatern >. crop there were are now +

.. Day at the Ladle Cub I part of the
..r' sad bids fair to b< a moat tatereat.'RemlBlacence I Death of W C. tear the golf road with a d stance of are proTen'ed from rpp'.11' In; possible yDidn't

lag *e* 1M. The of WC. Sear. a clt'ten of Miami about U500 fee still to be tall before The end I I. ve* In ohll cnr:'v but on.

c... John B m.- the bf-mosib- and Dade county for severe ytara. the work In that dlrect'on h.. bees iind a'1 voice the etpreMion 'hat we

.' 'IT renew, win be br Mrt E. T. died at his home over Glrtman store completed Besides this there are tirae had rain enough we save you money?

.sr' BrtBCTOB followed by a dlocuMloanb at the corner of Avenae D and llth about too feet of pipe still '0 ay M'thepnmplng i
r .f hook br the iOori 7 clock moralngla the lln* all: .
street at Monlay t atlon end of Mr and Mr*. Jame* K'ng Harke"f 1
hU (4th year Deceated was well which It '. w V bo coirpleted .
f' of expected Arlmore ta. alto came down a Box sic toil*.t soap. t odors . . I ::;c
The Loyal Temperance tneeUng known and the fnaeral took place inside" the next thre or four week* crew
: ,. ar* belag kept up, and ap'endld! work oa Tuesday morning at t ocock. the At the pumping ration a rewrvnlr f"r I" sums auxll arv. achoone' jach I-l t I'. Ink \paper tahlets . . . . .5c

.. to doa* by the upriatendent. Mr. EJ 'Chriatlaa church minister omeatlng, forming a "11..,," or Intake to the wood oil .
left this: afternoon aboard win Nelson. The meetings held aid the Interment being la the City ind
are fifteen feet In diameter
a' wrcrr Tuesday< at 3 PL m. la the Sua- Icenwxerpr I by Cadertaker H. M.King. pumpa holding several thouaaaj gal'nn* of the Palm fiaeat Beach winter ebere residence thy own on one be of i gallon\ oil cans. . . . . . Joe ; .

day School room of the Xorthern Ma V water I* belag built A loub'e' crew East 8de' Mr. and Mr "ark willremala Kitchen lamps . . . . . . 350
':. dlt church, rid all uhf Ire ban : Large tlte lies buck towels Extra of I mea are laboring! night and day onI Palm Reach until' after the 1 Table doyen
al tumblers . . . . . joe
a COI'IUa1ll1ntatloa! enter. and take j good yl\\!ae at le Cohen aHaa I thla latter work and it will be com motor boat race the lat er part of
Bread box . . . .
pleteJ at about the lima time aa the ' Sec
part this month win
I when they return to
_____ BorH Yacht t; pi,. nae.j Miami and shortly thereafter getaway I All copper, nickle plated tea kettles l : bg; ; : .980
d
> ; inn Kate Colyer, formerly a teacher Mr. James Clark, of PMladelnhla.owaer I oa aa extended cruise to the Fry pans . . . . . . toe
ta the primary departmeat of th* of the handsome auxiliary i Br. and Mr*. Robert Headeraoaiwho I Bahamas and Cuban waters

KUml public school sad who racmttf -. schooner yacht iris, which has bees are regular winter visitors to : ;

re-accept3 he same ..:-0.. taaxaacted berthed her stare "th- done at lug | Miami sad who hays not aalaaej be- I The attrad1-.n;: ;: horn front I Handlers of! Everything-E> erything i sold Cheaper111'le

's to arriTa tomorrow sight season arrtrej !aat Bight and Immediately itag praaent at the openlag of the ag the hay has been 1.-1! foe the

.-+ "from Kentucky when abe has bees welt aboard that craft which I( Royal Palm Hotel for tIM aaat aereralaeaaoaa. aeaaoa by Mr C. L. F Robert sad

resldteg. oleos leaving her 'several la being prortate and faetod today are axala domiciled at that I'family, of New Tort who! wll arrive i Racket Store W. U. (Me & Son. 1211 Ave. D
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months ago.w. for a cruise la aouthera waters 'hoatlery rid will remala until aprtngI her wl his the aext few ..,. .


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Or. All That Be Can Done I Bias CONFRONTING; EVER HELD IN THIS COUNTRY No matter what you may want in the way of

FEATURES OF THE PROBLEM

Dy This Machine. NATIONAL LAWMAKERSRATE j CONFRONTED AND THE ACTION


LIKELY TO RESULT Real Estate



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MUST RtMOVEM ROCK LEGISLATION AND PHILIPPINE

I Ottawa Ont January 10 -One of
II I TARIFF ARC FOREMOST the' most Important meetings IB the 1

WITH A NUMBER OF OTHERS lntere' .la of systematic forestry' IB / we are prepared to point out to you the very best bargains to be had, in

Canada .ever held In his COUDtT)",

Mike Channel I INCLUDING SOME 0 SOCIAL IM- met here .today In response to an Invitation city or country. Below we list a few special bargains and/ask .
Bottom in Order to i Issued. by Sir Wilfred Lanrier -
PORTANCE NOW UNDER FIRE IN last month The' meetlBf Is heM
those interested to call and be shown. ,
Feet DeepCutis
the
Eighteen under the atispecles of Canadian
t WASHINGTON Forestry Association and was railed !'
Now 120 Feet Wide, With for tile purpose of considering the 1 I

status of the forests of the Dominion e
Depth Ranging From 1to\ 17 and the means necessary for their Most valuable corner In the city, avenue C and lllb Street" magnificent ra

preservation hotel site Price flOuO -
January 10-Rate le-
Feet-Work Wu Successful. gls'atlon Washington! and the Philippine tariff Sir Alfred testier' who acts a* Beautiful residence in choice location for $4000oneay term.

are be two questions nu. occupying the presiding officer of th convention A rename snap in a 25 foot business lot. heart of city for $2750.'S
personallr opened' the seaskw
the mind of Congress" The I Choice lot on Tenth street near Ave. C, for $1500. ;
and delivered an address, la whole ke
Payne bill reducing the Philippine called attention to tie treat Importane I Finest residence lot in the city, fronting Royal Palm Park, corner F;
article' bat
all
trade
tariff to free on
ft Tk F. E:.C. Railway dredge, which tobacco and sugar I* a matter of almost of the forestry' problem U Canada lot for $7000.

I la bee at work the better part of a* general Interest as U the and the United States He point FiD.lmpro.ed place bearing fruit tree, rood two story house and ,
ed oat that the virgin forest of
foot tot for 4000.
the pMt thru year.except when laid railroad rate measure. But of coarse
mp for repair. digging a mew ship railway legislation affect' more people Canada ratable are assists one of and her anything best and most that Several choice Liver front Iota with riparian right, very cheap. Mi

channel from the terminal dock across la this country thaw doe tieother can be done to preserre' them and Increase Three lot on Fifth street near Avenne D at each $450.

Ik* bay to Ik* east std aid teen measure' The Hepburn rat their mine would add to the I Several lot in Bay.View addition at $150 each, well worth $300.
the call la the boo**. In the
dig bill tau
caul
with the being
connecting bait a dun mean wealth of the eoa.trr. Tk value of New house and lot worth $2500 lot the low price of $1800.
through th. land to aerate there are
th* government for 1101 according to
Jeep water U th* ocean flushed the ures Incubating U Ik* committee the forest last products census, was 11.000.100 and Pine river front Iota at comer of 10th street aad river on this side

tack yesterday. or a* mack of It atthis and mo telling which of them win be ProTtme'al OorernmenU which control Investigate tla<
machia cam A... reported to the Seats It 'may be ineir own laao anvj large orange and rrapetrmit grove at low price ;;
t The work ma* been rider tk* dlree- aid that nearly all of the bl la bail their forests 15 $8500.
revenues from Fin bunnee block on A venae D paying per ct. on price,
object' In view, that U ginbeg .
of Captain. L. L. Dodge and the same
has
x- Several other Interesting addressee:
has been pursued day aad mlgat without the Interstate Commerce" Commission were delivered giving a history of For $*000 we have a good bnainea block with long lease paying
to tx a rate, wale I twelve teat.enWe ,
atop daring this long period with power the forestry movement la Canada. .per

i rs tk and* rees raaglBg* that from a carnal 11 1-IM a to feet IT wise feet and It ought wklck to the bare original In the bfll ant obvious plied)) toteabatlon The *....10Ii .of. preset-ration agitated" for and many re- I > Ms wfl ram*fir I start tat k. ., II $500 MC* cal .. $166.66ttSM

tn depth ha been cut a distance ofabout intended It should kav*. But It It years by Sir Joly d* Lotblalere, WTO- wwi rttjirMw IIJ... tr nTt! LFurnished

tow mile a matter of history that this powerwas lam LIU1 of Vtestmo.Bt and other. I konse from $350 np for the eaon.
ka bees left out na tie hurry of golaj
Tk expense of ik* work and ta 1M1 a Forest Congress was
borne emOrely by tk* raflroU cod to preaa." Tk Hepburn bill tn addjliom convened In Montreal, representing.

liar which entered Into am agreement to the rat making feaiar. the UaI... State* and Canada, to consider
with the government that If It would empower tile railroads to furnish mesas
and devise
the subject
cut the carnal oa tk* other aid aid Idng ventllatlag. tranaklpmemt and of dealing with tie problem. There J. H. Tatum &
a nader the gnlM Company
no all accessary work then In giving several other service was a Urge attendance of leading:
Miami an entrant to and from the of which rebate are mow paid. II mew from the railed States and Canada
sea U a depth of II ft. that they (the win make tk* way of tk* traasgreaaot and during the two or three days'

raflroU compaay) would eat the channel a Mttl harder U ralroad matters session of the Convention mastvat

across tk. bay to a similar them heretofore. but M optomUtK uable were. rend The retail Real Estate
paper
,.. railroad company .epUl.\\ big shipper wou'd! tklak for a ids was by no means satisfactory how

Itv up to agreenMatamd nt* tnt the measure could b* gone. ever. Although tile proceeding of I
the work wm b* abandoned for round to make the collection' of rebates the convention were wen reported In
mremL or .mtfl such Urn a. U toeceesary 1 almost a* easy a* It was be- editorials '
and good
I. to finish tk* channel to thepreecrtbed '' fore. Tk whole object of all ticsbtl'a the newspapers en the subject many were written, Rooms 8, 9 and 10, Frissell Building

i depth of 11 feet the work Is to preveat aust discrimination the Interest soon died oat. as n.
vow being! tar ahead of that of tae I and that will never b* dons sustained effort was made to keep
government This la'ter work mesas till then I* some radical change la I
the matter before' the people
that the rock bottom now exposed, tke relation' of tke. railroad. to the
I I At last however' the' AmericanForest '
I II
must b* blasted or crashed from or4..1, public by virtue of which the big Calms' was orgsulied.' whichbody
depth of from Ito < 1S feet I. shipper cannot make and unmake !
met I. Qubee' In 1M1 The mostfar -- -- --- --- ,
the depth of It fe*' Im the bay. railroad dividend. ,
to give till I m '';, result' of that tMYfIol' I
Tk dredge will be brought back toe' I '
to ibis aide at ace and after undergoing j Uon was the adoption of 1 1I SCHEDULEI :
do I mock NEW
which' hat done so
In the Hep' gag system
will he sent to Then Is one provision !
repairs
nome
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psi Long: Key to do work la. tile building burn Bill that of the will Interstate meet w'tn! Commerce tae !I from to preserve rtJ'O; forests bv fire of c.'I I''I Miami Business Directory
les for the extension approbation
and tre*
of the bridge I II
tk. time to time the' different !
,F of -the road -to Key Wet. personnel' Commission of the commission It Increase from 7 I(governments' adopted' certain' marl' I I OF F. E.f CaR'Y." carP

to 10 but It nice the salaries of all Jnres for the preservation' of the for I i
MED CROSS PHARMACY the members to $13000 a year This j, eats' bat there' was no concerted' 1-1 II I I The-Out of Town Buyer. and thoe* within the city will find In the
r NOW IN NEW HANDS thou and no trstematlc' effort for list below the addressee of Mia oil Merchant
will make the place more acceptsbe -
to a higher class of men but It accomplishment of the tbe\\ ''i i cla*.lfl d head for ready reference., under I

Messrs Wright *n1 Perry Purchased Is not calculated to decrease' the t{I task. Not until! the Canadian
wen Known EstsW'ihment extent even |try Association was founded In FaN'll-I The following schedule of
I rush for office to any I tralD'1 L U BRADY A CO. UROINE A QUARTERMAN
among the leas' well qualified.A waj. any concerted' effort made ver the F. E. C. Railway ,.
Ueesrs Scheppel' Wright and W.SPerrr -- duce the various provincial' .0nrD'l ive and depart dal', throughout the I Faaey Grocer" Bay, Grain I Dales la Dry Goods NottoM i
have purchased the controlling I meats' to Join their efforts and Map*** rerUUier e'
i Interest 'n tbe Red' Cross Pharmacy. : to the question of rebates, th common cause lesson bf'jlDD'DIJ Tuesday JanuaryKb Freak fruit cad Vegetable and Ladle rurnuhlag
of Twelfth street commission qua had three convent 80 persistent' was the Canadian :
lara ed at the corner FT 10W1 Itth 8L Miami rwJ.
Cot Ave D. Miami *
llth litre<<.
and Avenue C, and besides' making a dots tn three week with the representative Forestry Atnor's'lon la Its efforts' t Arriving from the North t

number of marked' and seeded Improvement of bo/h the eastern and, tau the Federal' Government' at last Train No 29 Havana Msll.coacbe. L SCREVEN
y i will continue to conduct western. trunk line*. All the tine,1 saw fit to place' the stamp of Ita leave Jack J. K. LUMMUS
buffet and parlor cars,
',;' It Im a thorough and np to date man laid that they were go'Bg to be good official recognition upon the work of Dealer tn Drug, Patent MeO-
air paying especial attention to all and would agree to stop giving rebates the association and to ail togetherthe I tonvllle at tO: a. m., arrive at Dealer tn Oroosrte. Orata.

preserlpttoas' and endeavoriag by a I at all. If this were' don 1 present C'OtInntlO1l.AmoDC. the Rest Pam Beach at 7:$4 p, m and Hay cad rrtaur tine, Toilet Article $Stadonr

T prompt and courteous. service to satisfy I then would be scarcely any n ej delegates" to the' convention are many Miami' at 10:U p. m. Miami Ha. tot Avenue. D. K1aaI. tiYOUNGS'PHARMACY
,for rate legls'atlon' Chairman Knapi I otBcia's! nf the various pro Ul lltk StreeC
the public I IXr. prominent I Train No. K. Palm Beach' and Mliml !
Wright I* a recent addition tot d of the Interstate' Commerce' Oomml visual governments' members of the ,-

Miami citizenship, coming from Louis- sloe says that ke believe' tmilaesi Canadian Forestry Assoclat'on. members Express, leaves JarfctnnvTV at A. J. CAMPBELL lIlt A yn.. D. Misty fkaArticle etiLrim
Title, Kv.. sad being a drugg'st and I honesty' Is coming to the surface It I of ke various legislative' cons 40: p, m.. arrives\ at West Palm > r'l
Dealer ta Dry Goods, Cloth Toilet ,
pharmacist of many years' experience! the m'adt of a great many shipper ells and kgti' solve\ assemblies of he Beach at 4'10 a. m. aid Miami at

,T Dr. Perry meeds mo iatroduction' to I and that they will stud by tke4i I provinces' representatives' of the T.31) a. m. lag. Ousts rumlaklngn. *. Perfumer*. gtaUoaery. >

the public He wa connected wi h I expressed Intention not to ask no! Lumbermen's Associations of Boards. Train No 11 Ulaml, and Nassau. eta. Prescription.
e t the Blsoam Drag Company as preaeriptionlst -J receive rebate. This U optimism I of Trades. Universities and Agrleultural !Special' all buffet parlor! cars, leaves. 111 Aye... a Miami Fla. carefully eon pomaded.tCK. '
for more that a year, dor oat of sight on the part of )lr. KnappH Colleges' Farmers' Institutes. IscksonvU'e' at *00, arrive at West

tag which time ke bat made mast .. ought to remember' that severalFran : Railway Companies. Mining Institute Palm Beach' at I:05 p. m. and Miami ARMSTRONG GROCERY co. WILSON 4 HUOOLXSTON tt
friend and estsb'lsbed his competency ago when the rebate evil was. ,, *, Fish and Game Associations .
it 7 IS p. m Real Estate and lararam '
'+ and skill tn kin profewloB He leaves I more la the form of cask payment and may other similar orlaDlut one Train No U. Palm Beach aDd Ml- a
that Htabl.1I.nl. with the best ol than It I. now nearly all of tk. raO I la some way Interested In the preservation tml United' buffet sleepers and drawing ma Use oll&&plo and tasty grocer!** Belts t 4. < an4 I .

win and feeling to embrace the opportunity roads of the' country assembled and I of the forests room cars. leaves Jacksonville at fresh neat, vegetables, poultry, etc 129 14 Twelfth street Miami, m <
Im business for klm- con.ml.alon just as they main divisions In which the 1
b of engaging aNU-?.t the The III: p. m., arrives at West Palm 4
.'f. I have now done, that they" had granted subject' will be r'OtI.'IIf'red will In- Beach ':07 a. m.., and Miami I at New Pr* t Bldo, lltk *t, Anew 0 THE HID .CROSa. PHARMACY
The Red Cross Pharmacy la one of i the r lest rebate and were goini cude' the national Interest la the forest 1:30 a. m. .'.'
thorough iith blame'es' life, : of the forest and : Dealer In Drugs IlIiIIJdMe""
the most complete aid o lend' henceforth a : the relations Departing Fee the Nerth
city and bus always enjoyed a:, They even abated a man to I the lumber. pu'p: and other Industriesof Train No 18 Pa'm Beach a n I Mliml THI MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. Toilet Article Prescription '

r attM: ISrratiT and flattering patron- k..ep an eye tn: bemse've* and Urtport 1V country. forestry "T relation' toagr Express. 'n,.... Miami, S' S le Dealers .. Groceries, Hal aaJ carefully eompou...... Mace +

age welch must neceasarliy follow thmaBSgeovrat any vIolsT'ons! .of law to tk i tlture. the Influec of the fore II[ m : arrives West Palm H *ch at Gills 1 order promptly UteaJeJ U.Cth .
of its new' I'ropretore.: Commission The very first report <' .n water power snd Irrigation Jacksonville at T:40: a.m. I
r The Bureauof i:38: and Cot' At*. D and 4th St. Miami fU. I at. Cor. Av C Miami, PM i
rf that this agent mide was fot'owed b], an' wtry : ; Train No. 7% Havana Mall leaves'
I ota
CROP SUMMARY the loss of his Job. Slice: then th< Forestry fatted' States, the Miami at 4 a. m., arrives West' Palm
rlalroad hare been giving all sorti' American Forestry Association and Bach at 1:1S *nd Jacksonville at
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of rebate, dire )"5 Indirect, and It the' Forestry Bureaus and associations ,'JO p.m.Tnta .
r f 1 The.GMitsee hltlns Thrvgh t was only whet tL' !auger of ratileflslatlon of various stilts are "'110 represented No IS, carrying buffet sleep- I Miami Conservatory of Music
? FlerM Dwrtnf Pt WkTh The convention leave.
bens" pmalag that the;, by debates era and drawing room cars
t ..came to camp .:]6 promised to bi :will lilt three days. I Miami at 10 P.m.. arrive WestPalm
week was alternately warn good If the Mg sb'pper* would to Beaca 10.11 ana JSC k nor Ile 225 Twelfth Street
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and cold, eloslag slightly colder tkaatk them Of coarse the big shipper at \::411 n mTra'n '
; normal There.. frost over all will mot let tkem That I* mot whske HARBOR ASSOCIATION No. carry'ag all buffet pat' fraokfin Cotemin Bush Dirt Ot.
I I
district except Ole outkern and big shipper are la bufimea forAPPEALS FORMED TUESDAY NIGHT lor cs'.. lesve' Miami at 1:1S: a. msMvrs ..
trained facnltr. An artist in of each .
10 a. m. European charge department.
condltlona! prevailed southward Rest Palm Beach at
treexiag Piano Pipe Orran. Voice Violin. Mandolin CWn:
17. No damage Jarksonvll'e at 7:4O: p.m. >
to Marion I ENTERED and
WIN .. Known a* Biscayne Harbor I the all parlor tiou. Culture r reach German and Spnaiaa. tlaraony ,
There wai .. H and 74 are r
resulted ,l o any crop. TrI' History{
muck cJoudlaess with a great oeal of Ne T* M. M A P Aean.TneJay I II car' trains Pawenrers must provU'tr'mMvr aad of Mnalc Clas.e.. Barrow1. Kindcrrarten and
rain over western. central sad I y Defendant New Plaintiff Free I I with par'or car seat tI'trf' I Primary Music Claase :: .' Send for costa oga.. '

oatkerm district : On Court U Another night about twea't masters a In *" ""OD to regular ps.*rtlr

i t, WWk was retarded very generaTj' (mates and pilot of ream. and licensedveiwe's :; ***. Make'* .'1 'raportant stop sti. Diplomas Granted Upon Graduation. j;

f i throughout central countries Low The following appeal have beet' In this port met stnVrndorTTs Ft-d ,. bs* ag' for important i

+. t lads were too wet to be worked aDd filed In the clerk', office of the car: i kail and perfected the organisationi I 'tl-re on'vTralrs barrage. I
some damage was don to vegetabies cult court a subordinate harbor of the National M snd ill carry '1

Osage shipments' were' mnctdeUyed. B. O. Pead, 'etou n. F. I:. C. R'}., )lilt_ Maes and Pilots' Asa well eiprwn jar: coaches. and pure I Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's ; ;<
work betug suspeaded' ft* fr+ni C'Tuit to Snv mj Court elation the same to be known u B r chlaknn* ill stop*
several days Some sections report R. M. Smith A Co.. n. E. L. Eaton ., aye 7*. Tn>'lti. ".\ mud 5*. tarry hsgtareevnr.e coat-hr,

that final shipments! have been' made from County to Circuit Court X,",Harllorto.': .. manifested' In the' hotel' ..npII'*tar h..lt.tv', d '0 IM
The previous dry weather' was very Frank Carat two case, carrytni t ... ed In the election art' <' "p tig cir < .11 I .'o '
.' Slit
stlnn
farorable' toil] sh'pplng citrus fruits t'OIe..ledpoll' and 4'*charg1nitr : of Cam P B. Fnnev. captain of the e' '"porKnt *
k- S. Bna...''', Captain and C. s' ,'JI..u If fl"e. dTn'nn
much was nrromp'tshej In that arm la the' city limits-from mralc'.pal tug W ,
and M --"> visit!
"" and !Iii -srn so
t'ne I to C rt'tIlt Court H \\aton, Cawsln's clerk and purser ......1iI'1I' t5.. Air roat1ee and. .,rev !It Tasteless Chill Tonic :
!
second
held the ;
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Farmer continue tn p'ant rats an4 I C. T. Med-mTnon n. MlatrTransfer )I I"'I..I11'" on '. or ,lr.*lnrr ,
p'sntlnr are' doter I Co, from Cirult'. to Sup-em. pad funh We4ne.davs !II rich moth ca i- A o compartment_. '..f'r..< ,
rye' prerinns Se 5' *nli'
e- !w i
Tbet tr
Lb. '
T 9 oe'oek In evening
continues Ii Court a ,, '
,r well. 8"t'r I '..t-d Bat ta', ', .. to become' a strong p'r- OUT at h-infant No-Curc-No-ay.: 50 csnts.EAST ; ,
Mme ,.,..,....... Sh'pnwr'. of vtge'. A writ of 'rrnr was "r :1I.1. station.
lalt'.. are Ilb_ la each of tie 'wte (tt!red few rrtt :

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r- I[ ONLY HALF THETOMATO WHAT IT WOULD MEAN APPROVED ACT OF FLORIDA LIMES THE DANCE WAS


If 8Isty-Fl Tom of nth Could Be

(1JC( professions ': CROP Marketed Dater SUPERINTENDENTBOARD INTERESTING ARTICLE ON THESE

.., 11:: ; r-,; ; VALUABLE FRUIT FROM PEN OP DELIGHTFUL \

"The. date shipping business at Miami
JOHN GIFFORD OF COCOANUT
I It now at its height. The sea ,

oral companies shipped 65.000 ton : GROVE. REPRODUCED FROM
J.tur.o :
da Erav'uL, Rti
4 I TO BE PLANTED AROUND BOYNTON ; of Spanish mackerel by freight while' OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION COUNTRY GENTLEMAN" MANY YOUNG FOLKS ATTEND A
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.W"I. ,
THIS EA ON-NEW METH ereral thousand barre were tent by i STOOD BY SUPERINTENDENT! IN
an.earge. .ass... PMes. I rt'S..n within COMPLIMENTARY FUNCTION'
pep 24 bonus"NewYork The Florida keys are unique
aWdaltecWtl..Nr.at'.laty..rs.1- 00* OP CULTURE ARE BEING DISMISSAL OF COLORED TEACHER
y t..a Sxfr.0.101.x. I Flih'ng Gazette There It no land like them in the GIVEN IN HONOR OF MISS FLORENCE '
,
I I TRIED PERSONAL NEWS NOTE How lulled Statea They are ao different
the
Mlaa" n*. mane person wbo_read OTHE MATTERS TRANS- MANN
,! above will give It more than a patting from all the rest of It that they teem LAST NIGHT 4'

thought: and stop to reellze the ACTED hardly a part of It. We have plaint,

01.1. E. CHIli&, I enormity of the Figures: and what the i prairies deserts and east stretchesof }

tab business would be were It within *,r' land and farm land of cartons:
*
DENTIST.. Bonvn'on. Jan. 9- Tomatoes are the hnan,It of poenlMTtt'en! to t) pen. but this chain of rocky Islands The dance

O"-n ,. Sewell 1I.Wi.. T : Stt. Seth dally. 1" The Mowing Is the full report of the strangest of all They are unl of the Enl1:..... hotel Tuesday eight r
t and w1aDtil\ Den Jane.
: MIAMI. FLOIRDA.H. I Sixty Sec thousand tons reprenent he prorwdlngs of \estenlayt meeting que 1 therefore In that they are of la I Icoral honor of Iota Florence Mara, ofS..b.III. l
There will not be over half the usual
: 1dpognoo pound.. of the Hoard of Publ c Instruction. formation and truly tropical *. who Is the attractive .
r'I put out around Boynton Agriculture in the trop, It .
acreage ct so soap
; F. ATHHSOH It woa'd take unooono of flih to held at the ogre uf Superln endeDt R gust of Miss U'llaa McCahey ,
that hat bn prev'ous! ,...ar.. Severalare flit 87777 barren. averaging: the tame It Is no snap anywhere, but to theman waaa
( 1 E. Hall; I who It accustomed to fo'low% most delightful affair and participated
frying new method on th* ohJland. at 225 pounJt to the btrrel r
ATTORNEY AT LAW.Mn Fifty wren thouund sera handed )lr. Perttock reported arrangements lag the p'ow In rich' mellow toll, l la by twn'r alt ......"... It ;yw.
.
It li will
hoped they be
_bUo. pees .. POanyaset .d no- to frtsh green pastures, to running ... I
Metal for "
., and If'nnt'T.U barre't of fish at I open ,i load< between railroadand held In the .p.rtona uLimg sail ,
._ .
seas mw I cessfnlDornton. I''tb.. 1 cb ot at West Jupiter till brook.. to cattle and horses and sheep .
FvblMIs (MBr* above weight would loud 5,777 or \ of 'h. F..rc'.df' hotel white
Otto la ....u ..IMIat. I baa been treated to free dlnary freight ecru. each car containIng p'ulinl nod be mis requested to ooc I these plea of gray coral rock which i.bl.- wu 37tleurrj
ti I : the toll of these Islands of the ;: sn.I .I.-.rated I
I I la o the ,her C'ODttlllte ;It
.
MIAMI FLORIDA concert this week by a band of traveling ; 75 barrel. or half thct nnmherI mauer/f prat lly. for the .
Mr the method of weeding with a machale occasion y
Parrish r< 'rted teat he hadpurchased
'
MS cart ln < expreft
mustc'ant (coIOl"f'.IThf'tr music The
,,
night ra
was of
,1 I with crowbarseems one 'hr tr ,leal
an panting a
from hart .
L
A Purer
,
I :
'I hat ben enjoyed ban whether they tarre'a eachFive th'l kind of of h<, shier The atas.. e ,, and !
GILLESPIEENLOEDentist I Io"a thousand umber and mpp for Ft ... a bopeeaa and Impossible oc.
paid In accordance wl h their enjoy I even hundred andteventvneven dale addition am' ',p suprnmenjent agriculture. 1'1",1! snl moim nuer hop. s, ver
would
cart make a
s r HOCK: meet or not repor.. that sal Id tlon Is nearly Yet when one sees the loads of pineapples Tb. dancer took 1 gri4 Ivantsce of j
r,. A. r. t. se, r r. Rev Scammel. of Defray, preached 'train 4S 21: ml'et lone: or In M foot : limes. bananas. sapodllas sugar the Invigorating stmoepberc and
S completed and re for .
r Omni Frureu Iaftdtne. ala% zeta, et. part a tra'a extending: 65: 1 2 or' occupancyMist
'i atsiDlSCLtaat.t.1Baak..rd to a large congregation at the schoolboose mOf'f'mllf'1 Grace Rader -u appointed' u I apples and other fruits which dd: not disband untl' a 'late hour \ ,.
Sunday Rev Or and Dr. In 1f'n"1I.T..f'tIty been for these vFlaearan it always' kind to tile
FLORIDA. assistant at $40 per i, nth for remainder hate produced yean oa
,. MIAMI Canon. also of Defray. sang a beautl- ran to a train wouM mean of term or a* long ..s b I IH ful duet In an impressive I manner that It would take 2.8. trains to may be required thinking A'l countries ban torn pet* rges at the ho .1.l and It I is frv *>
which was greatly enjoyed by all nrrre that amount of tab tech : a b.1 qui'n' the scene of
W. MJLETXJT3, K. D, pr The superintendent repurte.1 :hat drawbacks; so have the keyt Thtsland some fectlvltr
task: that It would probab'v take .,
tr : had appola ed Mr. J Hancock: u It not only rocky; It It all rock Ml Maude Hampton _ho la clerk. ,
: 1 Hoznopath.1et. entQuite a party of drummers were lal weeks, much leit one railroad.day to arcompllth. snpei 'or of No 7 to sneered MrM If the rocks are loose It l la toil; ', .r *' gracious a as
lun Omcs: Mr.. ttapnt. A... C town Tuesday and wen on to DelrayIn I providing a Maid supply R sns, which .<"'on was approved It It solid 1 rock a lltt'e hrIn -- ..ioos and Is popular ., i "'Kh old
a..,.. ... .. .. ... the Hotel Vrglnla bas from Vest that many locomolvea and ate l h) ihf Wourd U In which a -f'I. alp can be I I land youngTbee k

i '. BTB>4 Tint ... rust Palm Beach Mackerel are now averaging: about The tapenntcDdrnt r< parted that ne stuck It It still 'toll and If It la solid participating were Mr sad
,.i; f' ruatA.OHlt Guests are begtntng to arrive at the 1 1-4 pound. In weight at which'rate bad removed Ixxta H Stephens aa atititaai rock. It la necessary to make a hole Mn Glenn C. Frtaacll. Mr and Mr*.
Born ton, although It la not formally 12d.0oO.A00 pounds/ would represent George ". Mnrffl
In No. 2 School Colored. and In It with a crowbar or dynamite sad Mr. sad Mn.
a. FEZDWCZ opened yet S4,ICC(2S DA or a catch that all the bad appointed Nellie 8. Power to thus make a toll of It. The story George P. Carver, Mr and Mn H.
mickt In the Mate could not handle O. Whitney, Mr and Mn ten
fill the vacancy Lotta Stephen appeared It tolj of tile man who claimed that Keith,
.'., CIVIL ENGINEER were they combined at one Urn. a. la person before the board and he had a piece of land oa which there Mn Morse Aaaell. Mn Davis. Mn.E .

AND SURVEYOR. SURPRISE. RECEPTION At m net receipt of three cents Pf'I'PGIad appealed the case from the decision was not a rOck that was big enough :. L,.Burdln*: Misses Ftortac Mans t t

Iwaq P.W. M ma.r u L.rg. P.r.e.1r the profit recalling would have of the .a frIDt.adelil. to throw at a bird. Investigation Lillian McCahey. Maud Coachmaa. I

r. ; .. .. pen W e..D1vt4a.g tar,. ires.ap. Tendered Dr Porter by Congregation been n.to .600. or far more money After hearing charge made by the showed that his land war tlmp'y one Pale Malon. Herberta Perry ErTarborough
0.ear ramss'.sFIAHI '
t thin 'i tnreated la the .thing ladu- Irene Jaadoa. Ethel: C'aacy '
principal sad two other assistant of solid\ mast of rock Nevertheless lathe -
FLORIDA.S. Was Delightful Affair
try lu the entire ttate to the Ada Shepherd
Add Adelaide
.
said school, and the statement of sold pocket and holer there are vegetable Knteher
alleged net bulk shipment of mackerel :. Lotta H. Stepbena. on motion It was deposits, the remain of various Elit: Kratcbr, Fraakle Grave*. May- I

E. ticsxovi, The surprise reception given by the the aeverat-aay five thonaandharreli ordered that the action of th. inperiatendent forma of aa'mal' life aid disintegrated me Sullivan. Louia Moore Maud 1,

Ladle AM Society of the TIM II. credited with having been be approved and charge aa coral which' together form Hampton Agae Sllgh. Grate Phelps i

REAL ESTATE. E. Church to Her H. O. Porter at shipped by rail! at the tame proper made/ by principal be tuttaJneJ the most productive kind of soil and Maud \'<tM: Meaar E. O.

the parsonage at tight' was a eomple dons a* the other estimate" and tee" Th. salary 01..* tiperiatendentwaa These Islands were covered with virgin Sewell. Rod Raid. Tom lfdlahey. I
-1fT h.wntf CAT LAUD Co****** 'e turprt to that dlvla Ar- your totalt Would that It were poaaW << fixed: at |S> U per month for tile i forest. Including mahogany sad Mayo Porter, Chat T Bowen John '

.. I TATS VOTAKT AT ryuc sot rantenenta were made to aceommo- that ISA.06600 of Hah Beth year beginning Jaa 1, 1KX other fine woods The natives cut Oardaer, J. Oebom, MeKeadry Ma- I

.vrua FLORIDA.H. date the many friends and charch peo could be caught aad marketed through ACer approving bats and drawing I thus down and burn it U the asae* Cook. George Neweomb. C. C. Punley. -

pie who came with hearty wishes for the port of Miami each twenty-four warrant for same the Board adjourned plaesppl patch la abandoned, they Athoa LaJUlle, Wa. Strtagfenov. ,

the welfare sad happiness of their pastor houra We would all quit work and to met February. 11 plant le... aapodiUa sad other D. S. William, B L. Brady George

P. BRANDING and friend; and alto bearing a go flahtaff frulta, or let the land grow up agate Oomph George Koklhoff. Maw K.'

pane of money at nbataatlatloB of : la forest Bnrdlae. Ivan Jaidoa. T. N. Gaa

AatrmfaaJCtmitmrfmtl the high retard and eatem In which THE FORESTS OP THE FUTURE JOHN W WATSON Now oa these keys the lime iron tier. Ted Frederick. Ht.tliagr.W .
I he la held I' almost scaleprobab >eat Culbertsos sad Henry Aultmaa. I
AttnAsi to Cswtflm. Ida CHOSEN AS DELEGATE
B... L.8.Ra4"at.e4 the I :y"1 ..
pmnela
hds Cal q SrY Iatfl I Americans of the present generation
a witty .pe<
West Palm Beach :: Florida In tern by Her. Porter, who amonf i a century or more to mature la the wood, or hammock aa It la MAIL CONTRACT ;_ '

other appreciative remark, prated ; and, while red oak may grow IDIIOm..llat AS DELEGATE FROM THE MERCHANTS called The lime II tender, sad will ;

the Ladle AU Bodety I* aoch high leas time there! will be BO ASSOCIATION TO not grow as far north aa other citrus B twM Miami Planter and Upar .+

TIKIS f.unDS, terms that It win stimulate them for oak forettt of large area planted THE fruits. It It good peck oa whichto Metacwtib Key -TM Schedule
maay months to come Re,. N. B. CAPITOL ASSOCIATION ALSO bud grapefruit; I. fact the grape- .' '
the lint half of the twentiethcentury.
AND
ATTORNEY Fuller waa the requested to come forward during I frtt't on the keys, although email la '
COUNSELOR AT LAW. and he added to the pleaaaatry ELECTED OFFICERS FOR THE size It clear and bright aid of fin* Tbe Called States government !ha*
Beech win be grown la a few botanical I. contracted with George 'A. Frets of
v aa< -..! Bststs Ls.*. ._... lai of preTloai speakers with a very cer gardena. and private grounda. ENSUNQ YEARA quality. No fertilizer\ 1* neeued They Miami to carry th* man from Miami
rtttty see Xtorsstt O*.,BmsMt.. IU gal and pithy reeponae.Miaa yield enormously without It. The 1
.r* purer is WAVSO tuxL Lack I.z.. Maggie apses was chairmanof u an ornament, but not one acre of I I key lime la the fist on the market to Planter sad Cpper Metaeombe Key
I beech will be planted u a foreat and back twice a week from Dec 21.
MIAMI. FLORIDA. the program ee and opened It Is aromatic Juicy end highly nperior -
K 11'06' to J... 30 IMS
should be but ItItcarcely ,
Hickory grown
a short program r.U']: a reading by special I meeting of the MiamiMerchants' to the lemon It !la now bgreat
This service Include the
that It will b deliveryaad
"'n. Mattert entertaining probable -: favor for gin tickles sad slml-
n elocutionist Little Uitt Mary Brown ,I looked upon at a desirable Invettmentduring Association was called and i,|i tar drinks A lime grove pars bet collection of mail at boxes oa

Price & Rand lIacTlddJe..4..wlaka.1IO prettily and the fifty yeart before nt The, i| belj Monday night In the directors .ter than any other kind of eftrua landings at the several points used .1

ATTORNEYS AT LAW I w:th such rood expression that the tame may be said of ah There II i ( room of the Ft Dallas National Haul.I I I grove I know of The 1 me has below ghoalt Cape For1Ja, So'dler Key,Margate 1
in Elliott. Key ton tnalde
woo a hearty encore sal responded I IMr I not a sufficient interest In forestry to 1 for the purpose of electing officer however, two fau'ta First It I II full -
Kooma 3. S. 7 and 9, Hatchctt Bid 'I via Caesar creek by J. I.Jone.a. .
; .Dan Keith favored the guests with I Impel landowner to plant .'ow-grow. for (the etiulng year and naming adoiegati fall of thorn W* should Introduce '
Angel Fish club R. A.
Key
Will practice in i I..ral brilliant piano arloa and lir.I >:lag tw and wait for the timber to> from th\? .'o..lloa to af the thom'eM variety from TrlnldaJ I Russell.
Garden Cove, Martla Key, '
AU tbe Courts State and Federal j I Oscar Conklln rendered averal beaatlful produce an Income I Dilate with another to be chosen by I Ii In spite of Ih'. they are piC'k.I-1 I'. Planter' and John finders on Lout; .'

l vocal sofa In hit rich baritone The yellow pine of the 'South la i a mast meeting of ciUzent Friday am sorry to ay. care'etslv! picked
to tenders Me
Key Cephui on Vpper
vo'ce! '('I IMrt not being preaerved nor will It be : sight In going to Washington In the 1! for 50 rents a hsrrsl The flour barrel arombe. ..nn.a,.. totes and back I'

W. C. MAYNARD I Porter was hottt.se of the oc- planted. while few timber owners i Interest of securing an additional apI Is the standard Second, they twice' a week, with the alldf't'.t.D"nil: '

I cation. She possesses a charm and are taking any ttept to perpetuateithlt : propr atlon by.Congrens for the com (, mature In summer when the mosqnl that when by reason of low water 'he t;
I personality the have vim for her a tree Some white pine It being; .plrtlon\ of the deep inter channel In tots are got only' fca,I. hut so fierce
I'' l I ; boat Is noab'e! to make a landing< It
I share of the high, regard ..howaI that they actually kill chickens
The
.ra. planted In New York New England Rlscavne Bay j shall signal bv wh, br the people' for her htsbaad This \ '. The line. too wit\ 1 not keep well I
I I and a llttV In Michigan It .b01lI.If' I meeting was quite largely at capertally exchange' mall at boat with box patron -
It but the second wintewhich they extentlvely grown but probably II.oJ.d and much Interest In the ![ If damp with rain or dew when
{ pro- I If called for with:n 10 nUaottt '
i I".e spent In Miami >jet> t tt la the rare will not be daring the next five d- Jew manifested, It being the sent picked or 'If brulsea by being shaken after arrival I ,

eat desire of all thai the conference : cadet. {||lof the body that the association will from the tree on the rocks We I Th t la .'her a nnlqne rural mall ti
AND OPTICIAN
t I JEWELER '' which It loon to meet will return Red wood of c.'!fonl.. fir of Oregon affiliate to lu utmost In the move- need therefore not only a tbornles boat delivery\ service and will be hlchly -
Perfect lu.a. wearing gtoteesr Rev Porter and ba estimable wifeto I meat aad other to the | lime tint a lime that matures lai I s
<< easy yellow pine (p. ponderota) of any looking II appreciated by owners of 'land oa
see a great comfort. Without extea- this parUh. At the close of the the Writ. are being worked np rapidly I benefit and Interest of Miami Seecoal i I I' April or at a time; when the weather ,J the keys eipectal'y during fruit tear

site apparatus sad large expeneue program fruit punch rue nerved. I by the lumbermen, but who willnt..4 name were put In nominationfor \ and mosquitoes are not bad This son Boss leaves Miami San,lay aadThursday .
.?. sis _' -ia work. Price" eta then .- the honor and resulted In the aelection I no doubt will' com In time At the at 4 a m r
.oaiabl*. W* repair Waheb.e. Corks FACTS ABOUT FLORIDA of J. W. Watson i I price limes have been of late, a lime I Iplant.IIOII I
Black walnut. ao abundant In former .
tad A of
p.J.weuy Spectacle portion
will almost for It.elf'
It was alto the of the pay
trad asked for. located! on ,A,. yean la now practically out of sense atso- FROM FERTILE FLORIDA'
your | elation\ that n.l[ In a single year This key land I. lim I
fine D between Itth and inh 8... I Florida -hat aa are of a.:" square the markets.Now It should defray all )ited '
of Its | and now that the nl road Is beIng
I ml'etFlorlla4. peases delegate the
W. C. MAYNARD what II to take the place of on trip extended I 1 I"e_ Inters frwm the Lint tit tot "
who will : along these Island to
carefully Instructed
la 7JJ1.MO. go at
....eler u' Sr.ent. OMtctU I norlda has acreage 1. S8.eSS acres of land !I theee It I la replied fut disappearing by tome that wood the laaJt'metal : to the plant and policy to be panned 'i .Key hen West they Ihe will time be I Is not far distant |I I Grapefruit and Fine

la cultivation I II | Cone'ndlng ,bl. business the .11.- comp'etcly
., brick atone and concrete will ,
I Florida produce a greater variety i nual' election of officers of the a MO- ed with lime groves Nobody conr-I| Sanford garjeaera are netting IQS ,,
I be more largely used and wood win
of fruit vegetable* and lrm product I elation was then taken up and resulted 1 use : lemon if be knows the time per basket for the lettuce they ar*
not he re : 'than' any other State In the Cnloa I| In the unanimous reelection of and get It now sending to market. towing
Looisiille&NashvilleR.R.Best I
{ Florida average a.atrat.* per i iI art'c'e* may be mentionedifor ,I Isidore Cohen. as president. w:to E.I i The Urn li, the main source of to the rapid ripening of the

thousand It only I*.". |i i which nothing can furnish a ub- O. Sewell ,vice-president and W.J. commercial citric 11.1. Thousands tomato crop shipments bean tt a

1 I FlorUa It the best ana-lug and flshIng I II ', itlte equal to wood I Rodgers secretary' and treasurer.Some II |iiif overripe 'lines which rot on taeground much earlier period teas during last
Lint The answer can only be that Im could b. thus un'll'ied }v
I other lathe
to Slate east of the Mississippi business of minor Importance year
# I -. I l muse foreeta mast be panted of three '
r riverPorirta. was transacted after which earlsday. limes were planted : The Tampa Trlhnne'in Lee county
tome rapidly/ maturing timber tree the no dotihi, to nppiv wrecker and should feel '.
4 'I hat a greater Mzteat of tea meeting adjourned.POSTMASTER / parI.-nat. prld In no -it
Birmingham, Nastmllf, KDOI- F I coast than any other Sta.e. I I II 'which will be the moat useful to pirates with\ ".our" for the prevention : jug enabled to b..r..1 .,*'f In the f.

r... ..;. :0... f J;:r lTO 'tllrrnda. III- Thai I BUDGE REPLIES of wnrvyTo rare as the banner Pit mm fruit county "t
rills Lonisulle i I eluding the branch and lumber roaJs. > Back Walnut yellow poplar (tulip p.TFon fond of the sea and a'1I I of Florida "

Florida. !I. the only Sta e la the CB-' tree, cottonwood for pulp and paper I! 'hit the wa brl'=g. the* hers area lawtey and Sta-k* *. *.'! t. Ijkelanrt t

Cincinnati! SL Louis Chicago I lon producing sponges: barren worth black locutt on nwInd... for ,Invttt -Fair Play" te Call tt Hla Of i..radi.* to persons find of abalmy the rtwbrvv towts. a' r"por' I (f
po tt. honey tornit and catalpa 'I w'nter e,Imate. there I. nonebetter for
iha'f. million do lara a r>*r. |' spec fee for Information a giwl nhowlnt; prtrttah'e crop
Florida It lets subject to extreme las almost eihaatt the Hit of avail. I hut then are still w H lacr.seible ; nr.t 'r>r1.! provided et'r-me cold

I I'of temperature than are other State'' ab'e treea avltable for profitable In Last Saturday afternoin the Metropolis I and I dlfllrn to 'Iv* on h. di.e. no' s'rlke them!

la the Union I| revtment In candy tandt cheftnat r.u.P of the srarrl T of fresh meate'nil ;, The Tampa Tim.. has been 'In'er
> and all points North and !| published a commanVatlou not
'
Florida leads a'l other State a* aj I may be grown to advantage and with ore th* gnature of "Fair Play"qoot. } I o'hcr 'ninrles There are I' viewing local sn'hor'tlei and learnt
resort for tour:sts and heath aeek- a good profit I rs-is 1 and I practical: \ no .rhnolachurch ,, that the orar.se crop of the pr..ntrear .
West in t through Cars. lag rye ale secures of Federal' law r.c.al.llnl .
:era I All of these tree are of rapll *"! or "pntotlre( on their islands will b* s' iie''> re oS "v> (VWhnx't
departmental service. sol at
Florida/ has a greater variety of lfi 1' growth all are valuable In their tpec- '' the same time taking the local post tae must often sal' fnlrty short"-l an 'h-/ r,'arI

j 1, than any ether State In lilt Taloa |jlal line. and .. a money Investment I office offida's to ask for alleged poor or forty mites for a Otter or a ">**f' i isteak !' A maple weeks azo R.tis <:tl.. -

t Florida produce cotton com, tug wW pay a fair rate of Int..8t. free deliveries, etc The communica ; and where all the moaggttoesCome 'nf :Kabala .hlll.-.1 urn rn'ttngafrnm

$ Only line operating through'! sTsne tobacco, rice, plosppir. orI .1! than the farmers learn the value itlon' also aolcltel Informa Ion and a from at times in summer there I the ,,'4 nit only MuUona manjgo '.t

J.; I. from Florida I terra grapefruit guars ,...(11..1 I of a wood lot and plant a small porItlon I i correction, If la error In certain statel are none 1 In the winter) It f pnii''e i I which It on hit nar* 'n TnSa '1)

.sleepers I puma, lemons. pecans Ilntea Ags.lgrapes I of their lanJi In such qnlrkiv I l 1 meta made. and to welch Postmaster even to a man from Jersey.John b* need for pro; eza"ot: purposes "

to Chicago. I tomatoes In fact a ratted maturing t,....... and l-rre land owner l Bulge/ replies at follows Gifford | Th. pae|(''nc h.nro.! I' Oak snl were. :

assortment of crop and fruit manyof make extensive plantings. the I.UI I I I' Editor Metropotlt Dade County-, Florida ... r'ed again 011I 'h.. 2';.h There ar.ttq \ ,

I whlrh can not be succe nl.y I vldual owner will be profited and I SirA.. I have not the
-, grown fan ,er north except In hot the Nation win be the better for timber answer IIIe article signed 'Fair Play," New Books Donated move nap fm't curl-let w.ll from 't'\

;. Only line operating through!' .*. II IIboto that produced 'a your Issue of Jan Cth last I what The following new broke have bwreceived then tats' .eann t-v few complaint. .. : ,
", Florida .' kaolla by the La.lie* Afternoon having bn rcelvcdPmctlcally '
from 19orida! I 80 produce which to say that If "Fair Play will take the :
b sleepers to la produced superior 10 any other "!. The Tranche. .* trouble to call at I be postofflce, that C'nb: Debtor, bv wn am Freeman: al1 of th* 10m.'''.* o* ;

St. Lotus with dining I I known It l! to tbundaat that It It I* stated that M...,.. Wm S. I wl'I g'adly let him or her read the The Te'low Journalist. by M )(lellf'1- law ,sale I* Pad county bar ha ,

car service. would pay t* manufacture tt late ornamental Jam** and Chart* Wheeler of the Postal Law sad Regulation, which son ; Across the Everg adet by Hugh affected beyondrer: tad 'hon on '.

? : brick P-ckert Theatrical Company, win ...- will show that almost every atatement Wllloaghby bib ground >.*. *u"r*<1 .'_ as lee

I Florida produce! phosphate sad lip their poalUoat with the companyand made Im the ankle ,referred to wa rain hat caused the fruit to split! and

aluminum, sad gypsum that will faN ...... fcer.*. the former havlag arranged lat'Ol'n'd.P1a1'" will them b* Dr. LesJherman. of LrmlsvUI Ky, decay by forced 4.nlopmntrrtlt

Flat dlaiM ear *ervl
', Thrg **... lit*.... .* Calif ami* a superior jual y of whit eel8ftt.I on that catchy military dram In article, or 'at least, admit that they with Dr. Enlo: Dr. Leather

t |wU adapted tar namMtal the Wick.l The Trench*" for the benefit of the were wrong tn the statement ..../*. man hs for many year bee see of
f For tatrmati M t* rasa t* an l I|I Forlda abouad te tmmna depa.i]InrganxatJon two or three week Tour respectfully, th* leading deatut* te hi* horn qty If you doot know what t. buy rutThe t

-::. 'MIIM. Rrtb sad West, aekediJwaad l.tu, of Phosphate rock. UklaaJHew "keac*. Th* beet of local cleat will R. C. ...*. nod !haa earn to Miami I* get ate aequable MetrapoHa adrsrttaiac eolumaa.ny .

.lull Uf orBAUcB, tail oai.or writ, *. ko secured for U yertormtato. rMC..ter _mere eDaata.r win ta r**>

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PAGE EIGHT METROPOLIS FRIDAY JANUARY 12



(NAMES OF THOSE 1 careless aad reckless practice la .would go oa record: thai are courting ,

MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL WAS S I II which team are allowed to stud a .whole lot of trouble."

PLACED IN BOXES The Man on rbeCorner on crimlaal the streets maaaer uakltcheO.la which and certain of the i i I

people) drive np and down tk* crowded -i r I I "Say go out to the meetlag !tomorrow

thorooghfare He JclarJ that tight; you may get IB idea for a
WARM AND VERY INTERESTING I' 1'good ." f '
I I the accident yesterday mor lag. nrtow.I
.
Continued from Pig 1 eI I I I I j white In ''hit ease apparently not do* .
(I I I to any careleatneaa. was tuffleleat to I
.. "W\11, sir" pall the rolnbl dU- force, upon th* weakest mind<< th* realliatloo | Just glint! IJ.OOO to go to ""..II-

From Dlly! MetropoJla Jan. 5. nance was a dltcclmlnatloa agalnat i Gown L. L. McNeill. R. B. we-I I ten, aa we bated together and<< Ud- that It was but a miracle It ;i, Miami. could sad back.boat- of WVi'j inch a thought
high-priced
Twelv thirty o'elock..w th* adjournment the tranifrreompany, and<< h* hay I Lendoa. icon A. IfcKlnnon. L. op for another confab last ."b&,1 1 I''limb.I did .ndl retail la a loss of life or | material A tea thoutaad dollar Paa-

of the Miami: city council much to .ay on the Injnatlc that I McCown. D. F. UcCrimmon. E. N.I-I I-that little awry 1 ipun you about thejfoollahnpti i iI I "Jutthink" he. said "what would'I lama Canal Job wonJJ Ilk thirty cent .

'4'' gut nlcht afier one of the moat InterrtUng would be done! !If the measure was .on, John Omweg. Wm. H. Pent, i I << of tending a working have been the result had that ruanlag to our committee. 4
,, .
Prong J. A. Robblni. E. B.
vinous ever held by that adopted. He auggetted that the bin committee to W*hlngton to Jin* and ; team drawlig a heavy vehicle. ; .5.
Romfh, W. J. Ro.I<<.ra. E. C. Romfh. .
t or any other tlml'ar! body In the "* ,be laid over or killed, and that a committee R. W. Rhode. O. B. Romfh Jr. I ..III' certain member of Congress crashed Into a buggy containing women I A ma. that hart been sued la .

tory of the 10.... Interettlng, w. repretentlne the matter company I]Julio Smith R. Q. Hu'ioer. JohnBejrbold. with the hope that they would ultimately ,or chlldrea feeble or bad a nervous woman o Miami don't cut much figure anyway.
I a man or an excited
d ay, yet the barraag at Uses grew the ordinance committee of the :I Henry Tattl 1 B. Tompklot. decide to sire 11' a little been In the way of the avalaach t.I1"1 of Man On the Corset r

naonotonoua and even dlagutilag to council and a committee. from the : J. M. Thompson. O. D. Tucker nor money for a little more water '' .,...1 and weight It makes a creevpyfiling I
I 8. M Tatum. J C Tucker. P Hlendorlf. -
,. the majority of the spectators net the teamttera. union meet sad< frame an I J C. Vereen. EA. Wad- turned out to be a corker cal !la rug np and down my back I ILL FOR DIVORCE
.h"-n I hick of how that team dashed '
member of the angst body data ordinance that would be aatlifaetoryto j(1"f'1I.1. A. Worley, R. H. Whrnall. permeating the air with something of down Twe'fth street aid auoe.1

F tad eadeavorlag to adjust a complication a'l concerned He also protetteJ Wharton. A. Wllaon. C. H. a smell while It la old that some the ever-lbronged Avenn O. without In the Circuit Court of the SeventhJudldal r
I IXVViion.I J. I. Wl'aon. C. L Xlmanlet. I
that had art_, and In which vehemently agalntt the restriction of : who were right In line for contributing doing more damage than It did. Circuit of the State of Florida .

't- two attoraeya and teveral cltlteni he. carriage fare to 2S nab and In- I Precinct No. 11- W H Johni. 8. money to entertain thlt commit Nothing but an act of Providence<< I la red for Dad County InChancery.

: took pert contnmlng the better part allied that part of the ordinance relating I J. Kelly W D. Albury. W E Alto- tee at the national c pilot--for TO could hare male It to. I am forever I I ?
and eternally opposed to the hennas
of the evening and ending by both to charges for hauling lumber and brook. E. A. Brookt. H. R. Brace, 'IPDd them there would be nothing of tams unhitched, and the unwarranted Ida J!:. Sanford '
* J W. Corey A. T. Ctrter. T 8.IColemin. '
parties at war adopting the "Hoa other material. If no other be ellm-I i el e-hare come to realls there auiualy /* way In which the yare driven TI. Bin for Divert.
> .' sadl E. C. Giant. J. W Holloway. -
more tide to moat
; thing and I with to make this
the lamb" policy and departing l loated.Thete prediction Albert Saaford.
W. A.Hobbc. ].J. Hlnaon.Wade
than one .nj are looking wi... They
right here and now that nn'eta' the
peace leaving the council la a IOn I and otter atatementa made I I Harria. A. F. Lang H. Uidlim. J. rem to know a thing or two today city au'horltlea take active and energetic It appearing by affidavit tppeaded<< t

b of a "where are w* atr feeling nppermott by Mr. McDonald< canted Mr. Arnold<< A. Lambert Walter LndUm. K. F.artin. they dldat know yeterday and th* steps to abate theee criminal to the bill filed la the above ttated

la their mmdt.Th to nay that It-Ibe railroad company I i M C. H. Perry Jackson P..- da r before galHen -" j prattle the time will 'tome when can** that the ploy of ..*..eI..ee of *
I c ock. R. A. 8. Peacock 8. E. Pot I(I
be
: 1 panted aid after a few mo- ,, there will be a aacrific of 11._. life Albert
allow the to
lo In ga.s bobbed np I* would teamsters place a jter. B. 8. Potter.. J. S. Pent Oeo. mob refection very positively. Informed Saaford. th* dfadaat there-
: runner the train they b al- doe to no other cause flat one ori la limed, la ..11_. }
ale evening who th Miami TnaaferCMnpaay. on my | L. Roberts Oeo. H. Rlchardaoo. me that he guessed he had ; sad that then
i the o-her or possibly both of the*
e, through ta secretary sad lowed a solicitor at the hotels the O. Richardson< Barley 8..t J. P. better not say any more on that tno-i 1 lIa bit. la no perioa ta thl Stato the tervlc '

treasurer filed a lengthy protest' iceompaaied -I t same at la allowed die treatfer com- Tom. Jest aa h. never knew what I would .j of a tubpotaa spa whom would had

F'- by affldtrlta to the paaaag ,ipaay, they tit teamsters youth b* I Precinct No. -Vf. J. Dangherty. pat In the Metropollt and 1 might *ay I I the said .. ...... sad that the said
aim Fniiard. J. B. Matter, T. J. aooM-hlng that wou'd cant hard feel-! P'roDIlat I haj leaned and ...
st the pending ordlaaac fixlag the tt- '{ willing to tan the fare feature of the I Peter' J. T. Stephen J. A. Smith lag between hlmtelf and<< the Mr ;!I of th* runaway that led up to th* .* ...... to eoaeeal himself that

sew spot buts drays sad other ordinance revdnded. W. C. Wition.Precinct chanta AaaoclaUoa and Frank and above lecture I mutt admit niy friend process btu not b* served apes hat

t Vrewp sad power. propelled vehicles i,: TIM Bill Killed, No. 11- Albert Andertoa<< the Colonel, who are among thoa engtneerlag had< come pretty tar hlt'lng the Bill 1 I sad that fh* laid defeadaat la over
walls th* eorpom llmtti of Miami 1 Will A. eraos. J. H. Boa<<. J. S.Coalerio th* committee scheme with oa the head la what h* aaJd-tmt lit the ag* of twenty-oa* year
Prettiest Wttartoa. and other oll' Oeo. Cot. Henry OoMm... more at stake than he hat. not ip to m* to say; I save It to
x ; tk. fare to be charged aad providing the council did<< not sate tk* general j jI C. W. mil Oeo. W. Rome. B. F. .e. the mayor, the council sad 'Ih* mar It la therefore ordered that the said

tar sal lb* UceaaUg pad boadiag of pnwt.ol the ordlnanc. aadrhoagkt Mar hy L. T. Norwood. H. A.Proc thai to discuss tad pan ipoa. I defendant b* and h* I* hereby r wuir.
For policy take I had to admit h.
aD carriage sad hack irtven, operat- Igor, L. N. StellPrecinct e. ed t. appear to ale bm of eomplalat1J
the matter of providlag basis : No. 14- J. F. SUOll.I was right. tm I would bars gives
lag wttkla the Said dty. I a dollar or two myself toward defraylig la mid can** oa or befor Yo.lay +
for driven would be a detriment; ails I ..t, chaaglag the subject agala.do
What *wtK>* Recited that the fir should be placed at a I: th* apexes of that "Walking yon know that my friend >ton.maa th gas day of Mare*. A. D.UH. tetherwise
the tart of the
delefted codifying
city
Tk petltioa wa signed by George : t frolic" to hare known %hat was has tuggetted Oat the du...** meeting th* angatloaa of said bin .
maximum figure of 10 cent sad that
"A. McJQaaoa Bad a Jam ...ber of I :ordinance conformity, with the la Its brain gad on the tip of alt tomorrow Bight shale appoiata wffl b* tam aa eoaf***4 by Ole said r' .
"
tk should b reatrki'
drayage charge I charter, addressed the _M. H. tongw when lie owed off *o abrupOy. Republican u its member of th* .
aata.aa BMB sad prominent dtlaraa': teeThe defendant !
i'd. 111I4 that k had<< completed hi* work committee which I* to b* tent t*
sal Nt forth Oat the Mlaad Tnaa- '' Toe complicated Barton atm fv presented* tn addition ordinance next few miaote were spat Withlngtoa to work for that Btaeaya I, It W frnrAer ordered. Oat this order

tar Compaq WIll a horn taatttotioa, Itber\ and It was apparent that the kmjwai 'dud In tlllenc when my friend opened Bay approprUtloa Well I naderttaadthlt b* published one a wk for eight (S)
tk the
dalle of
*
covering vagrant .
that It had bees aUbHte4 sad was doomed the act ikorVly I np again by asking If I taw ale rest It a fact; aid what arils at* eoawcuTJv* weeks ta th* -Miami Mtropolla >
.
I following .city auditor<< and tk* power and /ntle to fatty la that h* would nrg th. '
Wag wjalataia4 at a very keavy coat | afterward when the away yesterday aonlllCI replied a irwtpapr published I.
nteator was of Ole court. He iprotitavent of a ReoabHcaa lattead
i Bnnidpal al4alao that I did not bat that I taw aom-
that the of aid aid Itaft.Doe. .
rearing hoed ta the couaty t
a referred hart to the vela sad ordJjaaae War afterward th. of a Sodallit. H* ihoaldat, forsake 4
I Oat th* aanTtaUon of the dry *--' melt H*
; *.. of $ OI for each sad ordered as th OerkTi of. Vice
aM **ury drtrr committee tk I. his colon this way. Bat them you *
sad conamltt then
*
; should allowed to remain It I I. wanted to know what I thought
be
u
e employeJ. was a harttfelp and a arranged aa toggetted ky Mr. Mo- [ of It. Th* reply dldnt teem to nit cant tell anything about what Freak Is Miami Florida this! Stth day i iof

regulation\ that could not be met xeept'at 'Donald adopted.<< Than the or a unitary department. created. him for In very picture word h* proceeded It gong to dor: TOIl know h* went December A. D.. IMC.
agony He vat directed to frame an ordinance back oa Guys eommiadoaer jut at
[ to Inform m that who
a man
r great expeea sad much eta*. en Jed. A. K. Dtaxbora. i
this work. coal clew the condition<< tile time whet they mat seed, a
effecting Important turroandlng. *
i ib
gesso sal that eoafialag the fare Clark Crash Cart
er to.!' Other Mitten Tranaactea The matter of reviewing the coderUatloa connected<< with sad<< preTafllag In the friead.<< S
a' s s J. L. '
charged to tt ct "OII!. avtaa street at the hoar the acddnt By Phrtgo ,

great loss to th* company, which had A full' board<, excepting Mr.Lummua I of tie ordinance being alengthy aad then not .Lie a thought occurred 1 alto liJertdad that then ar* (X X Sal Depwty clerk

always charged tOIIrIItI 10 cat for was present aid after reading sad task and<< the hoar late It wa oa the same was a damned poor dtIten. other who favor ......,'. scheme of Robert K. Taylot.olldtor. ;

+ carriage to sal from the depot. Th approving the mlaulet of the preW'out the sad<< probably cared for th* safe naming a Republlcaa oa this committee for OaaplaiaaatMr

pttloa also recited that Ole '' meeting mitten were takes np Icr ret In abatement until next Wed- y of no ....'* life or limb but hliown. and that they will use their ;

travelingpublic a* follow: I tiday night Wren council will meet If h* .'. thlt. Influence to this end tomorrow sigh
ti had never complained agalntt He wa would up good and proper. I at the cltlieni meeting. TJnderttaadI < *. R. W. Rhoda hat received
i R. C. Mil commander of for the clew of taking *ctlonoa
Tig Aa- expre
the paying of a fir of M onto; that' gad It wouldn't Jo to tell an h* said have nothing against the Republtcant th* sad 1 tnUnigenc of the death of

If adopted the ordlaaac would men dens Camp Confederate Veteran, th* .me. though h* lambasted everybody aadererythlag but It just occurred to m* thattheae I her mother Mr*. Orelgnoa. which occurred
I
the retirement of tk* cempaay acceptfag l I BUewalk Obtrwetl la gearal for the moat Democratic poUflciaa wlo at Cortagtoa. Ky ytrday. :

"btulnew; that tk. laid compaiy .. !| Thetqneatlon of obstructing the .'.Je--
camp a certain! plot In the dry cemetery '
keen eatibTlthed for the expreaa parpose walk bobbed np agate and<< It waaatated
aa a veteran burial grand<<, and .j
,
of kindling the travel
which positively: that there' I I. an or

r would otherwise be congetted<< threettonthi requesting that the deed be made to ,idlnance preventing the blocking of v

la the yea; that It did bust the commander of Southern Cross I tldewalka with bicycle rack, hoses.

sees only daring thou period when It Chapter. United Dangh'er* of the Can i 41.p'.7 car.. rte and It was
e wit under contract with the F. B.: C. fedency: and her luccetaora, thai per" 'expedient that something should be you visited
petnitlng the plot to this
orgtnlxitloa.
Railway TO furnish taffletent carriage Gone along that line. Mayor Be wen

r sad bass at the depot to accommo- A communication was prevented' old that he had<< advited<< the mantel
from various citizen of the South Bid! fry
ate the tourist travel while the
tea- to clear all eight foot aldewalkt to tts .

son I. at its height sad tht cue and<< iking that electric Itgkti b* installed feet, and fix foot walk to five feet
on 20th street between Avennet D Bros. Enlarged
ail oT the prorltloni pf said orJI..ee. This teemed satisfactory and the nh-
a I and O. Some discussion followed! it '
were ncjntt aid megal. jest en,s...
Atterney** Talk to the lumber of light that would I
I The ny mlad tenaatlen
Tk* petition was laid over utn tie V necessary after which tk* matter I

? was refered to the ttreet sad<< The sensation that had bee
ordinance ante ap for its third ai improved -
# final reading whoa the fan begaa. Tk meat committee with power to act- lied a* coming from the Board of JIT'OID-I Shoe and Clothing Stores?

the He Work came I* tics preseattitlop
K kD wa seta moOoa by Col. W. W. | opinion being that not more then op r

Xrwia addressing the council oa tk* eight. light would b* needed.<< : of a request endorsed by the said I

board for the of Avenue D from
paving I
Clutter of kffllng the pea Hag )1n.H"Cwelt Public Hitching "'H'The
20th to rand street and IS, 11. XI and
r ups tk* fact' abov* stated aad matter of providing a public
22d< itreet from Arena D to Brick- 11eZ
? I I.elaNd the ordinance aiooeettMii. for hitching place received Back dUcuttaon. ,
I ell Arena, the tarn carrying with It
: H* waa foTowed by Attorney H. The! comnytre to which tk* !
t an offer for a lot on the south side
on
F. Atklatoa who j
dissected the ordiaance ;I matter had beea referred at a prertoa I

t; t ky aectJoaa and said that hwa. i meeting, reported<< progress la that which the city can establish and maintain .1
hi stockade while th* work 1 la !I
,; of the opt.kill nothing la the en yptt j they hid several places la rlew. ;;. *
progress. or falter If neceaaary. Thee |
charter that council tk committee
gave : wit discharged! sal th*
to I propoattloa for paring was that th* i|
repair a hack driver to glv a'tastier lent to tile board of public

I ,,"4. He expaclated at length on the works for adjustment<< tk* tent of property owner are To pay tWHhl..1 .
,
c ordinance<< sad said that If adoptel It'''the council being tilt merchant bars of the tat and the dty one-third. I

would mean a legal coatect la court. |i tke right to erect hitching pat In- Th* matter wtt carried orer nakfl I i These stores are the largest and '

Daring the addresses j next Wednesday Bight when the Board
the two attor- aide<< the curbing f In front of dI.lrj j

aya were Interrupted by Metart. Ar- 'I p'acet of bc.lnei for the aa* of thefera' of Public Work will submit a report ,I;

Sold sad latch!. of Ole Teetmt I Ib |customer and pttront. and the clerk rM an contemplated<< public work by most up-to-date stores in the South ; .

V.fos. who had been Inttramental la was Inttncted TO to notify them of'thlt that body and<< Ilk permlttlon. or orj j

the presentation of Ole .crdlnaac* fact den to proceed with the tame and

They dec ard that the ordinance waa tnlttry DteualM! I In w-' win be a tqorto do the You are cordially invited to visit

lICIt directed<< In say manner at the )III' outl le work a* mentlrned.! "
Another dacaitloa! of 1.ten 1t wtt |
amt Tnaafer Compaiy. but that h' that relative to the aailritloa of tk Me Hpal Judge .Saadtri tdJretted i

via for the prj'Ttlon of :!111m.. nfe'' t'lT1the removal of treak. rein* the winHl ,.'_ .* to the mncMted these stores and look through.

sad property r Miami which had often ""
and excrement" from yards sad<< premIte entirely netti'tiry coalition of

yy' ben endangered by drnnkea and<< *. Mr. Prout r-m er. led that tk* he city Jiff and nnred that something
I x
Incompetent kackmea; sad that tk matrer wit It be one cur nader>> the Jaritdlctlon -
repairing of a bond would b* tk* which he said was ihamefnl and
of the B<<:.J ct PabllcWorka.CxCty .
math of providing a better dull of4ilrert. > a ditgrace.' I Ii
Attorney Atklntoa said ,tkat

ri- both the cooncn and Board of Public'i n wit the ten*. of the covnctl that j
Mr. Arnold said that the
ordlaaac* Wit were supreme ta their vesper the Bitter be referred to tile Board j

was practically tk* same aa oa* la tin jirladlctiona. and were not toconflict of Public Work tad that H lUte \ + r
fare' at Niagara FaJla. where h
hot with each other. H'. audit ther provisions for caring for dry'
kUarnlTraaafer ataaJlBg of tile city charter .was that primer at tile earliest possible moment. -

Compaq operate tad pit the Board Sewells Shoe Store-Sewells Store
of Public Work* was toeonitract j i Clothing 1
ride a bond for It* driver To tkli
Improv aid main t a]. dtyproperty The ordinance defining the hUH I
cow sel for the petlUon r* objectedM
tk* ponds that law erlttlig at sad not to kaadl tk* laal- of th* city iidltor<< vet given its tint I 304 Twelfth St. 306 Twelfth St.
lilT condition. Th
matter was finally and tecond reidlng and then deferred
Niagara Fails has no bearing oa rkoa
carried over antn the Best meeting to the next meeting for final
that should exltt la
Miami.
They .
when the new aanltary orjlnaace wfll pause, at were. the city bonding
sell die trantfer
,
; compaay was willing
be In shape any." received. ,ordlainc and other pen-ling meimret. '
to do what wit right la the prejolte*

'. and kai the steno of Miami at; City Finance A fw other mitten! of minor Importance ,

state a* "rack *. say pertoa or perou. The treasurers report allowed a ...- were tranticfed' < and after:
apse band Sewells Establishment
on December I. of gill; inditing lit month blllt and a.vrov- Tailoring

received from clerk tine the1,125.85 .
e DtoortmlMtl Alleged tag the same a rcett<< wit tike nntfl
/ making a total received to

Mr. ,1, A. McDonald prettiest of date fS.4<*.'/. Agalnat this k* hat next erltlng Wednesday of the ordinance night *when win be the take cod* Biscayne Block. 336 Twelfth Street

tk e kUanl Traaaftr Oonpaay. wlard sea i raid out U'".N. leaving a total of
fw and
up ipproral. n.
reading I *
ales to advaatag B* aaaert4 .> IIN.lt oa bud.d .
s probable that several night win b*
poatOrtlj that tk* propo d.et > Mr. Alt1..so., to whom kad bees caniwned la thlt work. ...
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