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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
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System ID: UF00076100:00389
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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LAYING DOWN I DEDICATIONS I! H poem for Coday il IS DRAWING NEAR I WAS ELECTED J

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: THEIR ARMS Of Hew Pennsylvania State Capital:' : And Heaviest Travel in the History!i MAYOR


atHarri.tmrt, Today-Led Mill-! s Aft Altiteroth's r- i ji ff the State Is Pre41cte4-Ran.1 S

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.HU CUBA IS HOW QUIET the Echo. a N Austrian army, awfully arrayed. Coming Sea.... OF WEST 1

I Boldly by battery besieged HelicmdeCwtsack JI PALM BEACH I

t'OIDmaDden.1111, 'OGle.

-' I s rI Dealing destruction' devastating... I 3 JI

,; The'' Every endeavor engineer -). .
Harrisburg Pa. Oet 4 Is there any wonder that transportation
i For fame; for fortune flgfatlng-fnrioaa fray! :

[ ;Though Many Rebels are magnificent new eapltol building. 11 Genera '..ID.t genesis grapple-gracioaa Uod! tw I men and hotel proprietor I'I Hendrickson Re-elected Marshal :*

.; deli,which has been la course o! coustructloa How honors bearea berol hardihood! : :are getting a move on them

t Still Gathered in Pinar for a number ol year was dedIcated Infuriate. Indiscriminate la 111. Strange face are dally seen on and Greer Clerk, in |

: today with elaborate and appropriate I : Kindred" kill kinsmen, kinsmen kinsmen Uadred kilL : ,the streets and the arrivals at the I .,

ria Rio, and Circulating About ceremonies under the direction Labor low levels. longest loftiest tines; t leading hotels are dally Increasing Yesterday's MunicipalContestAldermen ,'"
lien. march mid mounds, mid mole. mid murderous mine: : I
Freely-City Orderly. of the Dedication ComaiUaion October Is her and this I I. the month
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i. Now notions noisy numbers nothing naught 1 Chosen ;

-,, I I consisting of Governor 1.'Uln..lh.rI8eDator Of outward obstacles, opposing ought: : :the early tourist commence to move :.

William C. Sprout. Beaatoi Poor patriots, partly purchaser partly presaed. s southward. V-
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I John Fox and 3p
Wait**, Reason returns, religions right redounds
jHavana.. Oct. 4- Planar del Rio I 1 I The parade of the NtUonal Guard* : stop such sanguinary sounds. fSawarrow : 1 great many down-easters, already West Palm Beach. Oct. 1,- The ,**'

}report tha' the train beariag revo- '''of: the State of Pennsylvania u al True to the. Turkey! Triumph to tiff train : I The
v.,JaOoBlsta. ted late lad Bight aadt ''hag* one aaJ was loa!) chewed.I t.w1M..IIIIJaat. unmerciful Ukraine! : I Jacksonville Tuesday, had nearly 200 yesterday waa very ....t.tll. reaulta A

t ..was met bi cera of the marine rev I Governor! PeaaypicKer was Jutted Tanlsh.vatn, victory! vanish victory rain! C passenger, among them being a meeting with
''by President Rooei'-lt, who was thee Why wish w* warfare! %Wherefor welcome were f I number of northerner who are la general approval /

..a. !principal speaker of the day. The I II I Xerxes, Xlmenes Xanthna. Xavier :; I Florida to settle I for the winter In the mayoralty contest Capt. ,t.

,>'as s i President HC '".'d poll\ *c* CONBtotely : ) Yield yield. 7. youthe T* yeomen yield your yell! : The steamer Iroquois arrived at th George B Baker received the largest '*.

fallowed to circulate fr* ly. Th* Gov raPesmyifecLcr sass | Zeus'. Z-rpatera, Zoroaster*! seal C same place yesterday with one hua- number of vote, although the '*-
U quiet delivered ODe of nIs studious aged arts ippeal! f I dre and thirty passengers and the
Attracting all. MUM against
( i ito vote wa a very close oa*. Ceo W. 't
philosophical adtaue a* Waited :; 1 1'A'A" passenger list contains many strange

.i in&AKMUkG PROGRESSING: I his scholarly repul .1.1.,.. " " " " " 4t i Dam_ I Potter. the other candidate for III&t t

:' \KRY SATISFACTORILY I I The President headed the military I i I Rallro4'd men, who have been east or, received S4 vote ai.d Copt.Baker ..

[parade and was cheered to the echo. -- -- and west on buslnea .alta. report IS. giving the latter a majority of I, i i'!1:
.,' H...... Oct. 4 General Fuastoa I He held a brief reception afterwards I that Folrida la discussed widely and A great many did not vote for :'tI

'received telegrams this moraing trots taking luncheon with the Ooveraor. I It OVER SIXTY PERSONS GREAT STARCH FACTORY !|, i mayor a* either candidate was acceptable
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bUmbers of the disarmament comaatssloa !' h. mural painting were Dot I II -; to them and would receive :

; : reporting that all 1* quiet .hang I. the state eapltol rotunda their hearty support la matter of I
I Florid Is the FavoriteIn )
f* mad the laying down of arm progrealag and corridor at the dedication because I administration la taw race for city

rapidly (h* walls were damp and It WENT DOWN IN CONSUMED BY 'I speaking of the prospective tourist .marshal the prevent r-,
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wa considered necessary that the business a well knows railroad W Hendneksa was K w

"LTHE AS.SKMH1JXG OFTROOPS building should be mad thoroughlydry II man said to a Tlmee-Calon representative I Ilarge majority and City Clerk Onerit

:: FOR CTBAWashington before they are put Into place. STEAMERHong FLAMES : .. re-nominated by acclamation. t J

!a* the painting are of such rare With San Francisco sad other I The candidate for alderman. were :

()ct. 4 General .value that no rak of mildewing can California resorts out of the question thirteen In aumebr the successful ..1l

[7 Humphrey i* exertng all effort to I be. undertaken Then are thirtysix'paintings I and practically the entire gulf ones being: Messrs. E. R Geer. R. .,

assemble aa early as possible a fleet It' for arche la the cor"ridors const wrecked from the last sever C Creech. G W W.mDltotl.CU :

erf transport at Newport New from one tthOef eighteen being by I hurricane, where else In the south l Slrkln and R. J. ChllllngworiaT : y i

Which place a greater portloa of the John W. Alexander ands other by i Kong Oct. 4 -The immigrant New York. Oet 4 The dlsmsa- can tourists secure accommodationsother 1.1

trope lot Cuba will aallTalrteea W B. Vaawagea steamer Charterhouse, plying ,tied plant of the National Starch Co.. than the east const and tooth- lTHWEST TEXAS (OOXVETnO! :

w Teasel will be available | Both sets are figurative. of the hls- between Ho.how and Hong Kong |I.t Glen Cove, was burned last night era Florida? :

for this purpose aid should arrive jtory and settlement of Pennsylvania. foundered off Hxnlnhrad September I The. plant covered three acre and of my road la the ( Tex.Oet 4-Tn retponae 4

tat Newport New -wttala a fewday*. j EdwlB A. Abbey's painting hn.I SOth and tbe captain and sixty pa. ', wa the largest: starch manufactory north weeping me pretty will advised I Ito sn Invitation! extended.. to various ;:

PC The traaaport Andre, will sail trotsrmmpa +bees delayed owing to his 111_ sengera were lost Chief Engineer la the world The loss will be about as to(the prospective movementand parties Interested In the developmentof

> ,. with troop from Fort ShertUa I( I Ehro of the crew. and two womea.were ,three million dollars you can state that Fionaa u Southwestern Texas there was a J.

.Fort Oglethorpe and Fort JUlIO tare lot New BOOM recued after forty-three hour surf to have the largest travel la her large ....tlDIII.re today for the pur- ..

atext Saturday Mr M Uasters and family hare : adrift oa a raft. DENT REINDEER AREIMPROPERLY history this MS son. pone of erganUIng a compact bash '.,

just moved Into their new hom. recently : HANDLED "In addition to th. unusual tourist new association the object of which .

OTOUCOR GCKERA1: : finished by Mr. Maater Th STATE FIKEMKJTSAT: travel this winter w* are gong to I I. to get a due proportion of Immigrants

ILSARRO" ESCAFVSimbirsk > building l" two stories high a frame ro fiETTThltfRO New Ta>rk. Oet 4 -The Presbyterian handle double the amont of special to settle la the diaa-tet. The
stricture and contains all modem movement and It I* going to keep meeting .continue\ tomorrow and .
Board of Home Missions has Issued
R._.. Oct. 4 Osvasor eoarcnlene for a comfortable dwelling Gettysburg. Pa.. Oct 4 -Th* I,.- a statement la reply to the recent us on the hustle to keep up with all next day and definite plaaa of operation :4
General Btaryakewleh, bad a On the first floor there I* a of them t5
men of the great State of Pennsylvania report of Frank C. Churchill Special car parties are BOW will be devised before adjoura- ,
;.. from aasasalaatioa. dlalag room kitchen, parlor tad reeeptlo and
arrow eecap* la being gotten up w* will have meat JTERMOTTll
are gathered here convention lot the Interior Department who Investigated .
hall and th second noortllI'M
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this afteraooa. A bomb was throw many special train movements."I
.. today, and the how U a large condition of school
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bath Th
bed and *
large room "
.woaadlng mla the hand aad lee. 1.1\1 be willing to guaranteethat .
CENTENNLtL
and pretty one. The finest carrlagesmachines ''sevlce In Alaska and domesticationof
Mr. Mas
hove I* located oa one of .
bat aot fatally.IPUflGRtTION. hotel and boarding houseIn .
every
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and ladder are exhibited the reindeer The statement accuse -
tars lot oa Eighth street I
the State of Florida will\ have
here today and the companies are Mr. Chnrchhlll of being prejudiced Montpeller Vt Oct. 4 Th* eB-
OO5TEXTl0 more business this winter than they ;.
.i ix XEnTCKa T* Rebuild Hotel Dock la fine shape the runner In thus and asserts that he did not can accommodate teaalal of the establishment of the '.,

Load of 1\01Ml.re BOW belar speed contest showing clean\ climbs 'desire to examine Impartially the I seat of government la this city Is -
"Taking all of these thing Inlrconsideration
and high bunt of speed. The exhibit and that his handling of
conditions
being appropriately celebrated
Pain hauled to the vicinity of the Royal todayThe
Ky. Oct 4 The InMlgratioa I cannot believe other
Palm dock the same to be used In from Pittsbarg and Philadelphiare the reindeer business through", thehas ( day has been made a hollao ;
coaveatoa wa opened I than Florida will\ be overrun wits .,
particularly good the companiesfrom mlmlons been a decided economy and visitors ere from ill
ter. today Governor Beekham being ;'rebuilding' the dock and making It tourists this winter" prevent 1
j those cities being large and to the government ( of the State -
la attendance. The State Board more substantial than ever before well filled white the machines are The baggage master at the union pan ;?

'. .of Agriculture and Immgratlon I* It I* Impossible to learn Just what ,station stairs that baggage la heailer
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of great power The display from .1'I1Jo:1'\RI\U ."tln TO fWFIL "STATE
: OF HT. LOt
.. .the n
will constitute ImprovementsOne
also taking part la the convention cities Is i row than during past xeayons at this .1
[;-' .A large number of Southerners are ropn say that a tone wall\ will some of the nfnallrr nonethe RtVEitMEN'S: ('O\t"ENTION period
;: eels and exprens great Interest ,Ikthe be built from the Seminole Club!>> proIperty 1 less creditable The concourseis I Pt Louis. Oet 4 -The uivelllngf .a

i. procerdng An effort Is being -I to the east end of the present much Interested In the battleground PlmhuraPa\ .)..1 4At the I j SEPTEMBER WEATHER the attar of St 1..01,1. today wssmade ;'

made to encourage white Imffli- dock. the fame forming a sort of first meeting of the chamber of the occasion of a holiday and ..

to the South to aid la solving sea wall end.also a landing for pleasure (omntrce here today delegates I stir I has br>.n chrt.ten,'d BU Thursday't' ,1
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vgrauts' the probW m&A 1 while that IUYIKI: Gtfirn* CKI.EBU.ITE ''be ektted to the contention ,>f the CoSMlMlona That Existed !saris. The here are more visitors present to-

i>'j..- aegro I the d'kt.i. to be rebuilt ro..r. pros- Ohio \.11.\ Itn',r""'nients''oci 11i Mouth Compiled at Jupiter la> than there have anv day sine f

LC.iCVE ('F VIRGINIA lent tine*. the none to be used I': I nrooklm N Y. Oct 4- The Bat i Ilion to tee hell a1 Portsmouth O on I he opening of h* carnival V

MIMCIP1LITIEHNewport constructing cribs for holding It In View Guards today are celebrating the I 17th find I nth of thin month The following Is the meteorolo-
place and preventing future destruction i their t.'<.nty-fifth anniversary of the I During:, the winter a board of goternmrnt aitl\E:'e MtsC\I. FF"T1.. I
cal summary for the month of Setomb.r t>-
it' by wind and water nrganlxatlon\ They have a parade and enuineeis il' nake urtots -
New*. Va. Ort 4 Th" : as compiled by observer liar\ : 't
scheduled for this and study the |.roj.'ct rfd report its llrfPKc"" r. :Me 0.t t ThI..ntll
.; contests
second cnventlen of the League of iihnotlng din. of the Jupiter station C. bUenthcr .
t All the old families ofBrookl"D finding, to the War Ik Mrtment anv.also nnll." 'ii,,'irtl r.Htlwl' which willoter ':
Virginia munldpalltle came together .tbovt Kindergarten School l"flf'rl100Il. bureau..tttnospheric .
three d.vi will begin In the !
make t'n'imatt- canalizingthe
this an on
have belonged to sorion .
la this city today and will hold ; P..ure-\ft'lln: :"> '
I It Is mounted that Miami' Kina .
Viii'lliirltim lonl b' It marks the
'.. ; two days _loa. _Sampel B. Burton school will\ a wevkfrom ; M some time or other riverSt 17 bight 30.OS on the 1st an lloweti -
dergarten open lo-e nl n dec tie of musical! de 'lap- (
f'l mayor of Newport News. is lhpresideti f :9 7) on the 61b.I I
in of the .
; Monday morning one I u .n' In ihn 'itnn if th Slitel +
of the ...-.p.. the major i ground floor rooms of the Roth laU.&IJ'UR: WIU n: ELI 11.LltIn.yS: i IN WINTER I Tptn.ra'url'IIICb..r.. t9 degrees l I..b... II b.a l-.'n a. in|I'r... eifenteH as "
i of Richmond, first vicepresident.the the Metropli. I on the 7th and lowest u ni
building adjoining : h.n kern t.ic re ful in few \
ma' or ..t "Clll PJM'r. second vice/ office Miss flltlgact, the principal Editor Metropolis; Washington Ot 4 The trial the 1 ith. The greatest dally rinse! i iMa'e* I m thi cu'intry has inch 1 Ion? ;f'
J the m.yor.f Roanoke, of competing aul.narinN.11I beheld 17 degrees on the I. Ih. aced the.
preaident way
and
I la making a canvass of the city interesting -! The paper of Orange county _' third vlce-prebldent. and the ma or patrons in the school. She ''other section of the old-time ('It.I during the next few month It lent dilly range was 4 degreeo.., ">wn. and it .H to the credit of ;, *
of rorUtui atk ,secretary and tress la regrettrd that Congress placed the 21th The mean
much and I considerablespace temperature vl
with success
Is belt devoting
meeting rue are Milr.e I I i iaople that th- t hive had the
..reI't1' 'he best cities of the St at. limit on ih- period in which the
l' the school am tor month In 19 years has U-rn I
that best metutod '
,
IndiCLllot are this to
the summer as Intel! "f' ..,. represented and matter ot eon. the tests must be made This Is oi 80.01 degrees.Iectpttatlon. .j
will open with on hundred or more of kghtitt the while fly Two opnortunitli' which were held out to .
won Intere t will be given consideration ,advantage", to those who have no sub- -- Total amount oi f ,
pupils. The fittings; and parapher- |lot the best Ikformcd orange grow- h m whenilllstm K Chapman ;
Great progrens Is reported It, In the ..... mariTiM except In the form of plans. rainfall doting the month H .11 i lnca <. ,
nalla will\ have arrived m< -.vrs of the State disagreeing as totreatment \r.' proiKised tie plan Ff>, the past rt
electric railway building and Iran but It Is oleo of dls.dn"LtC. to those .rvatest In J
perclpttatlon nn
time and placed la position for the ; Mr Reaoner. of Reason 'p chine: and municipal ""D.nblp111 I ; who want tn s.-e the submarines ::1. t"eDly-four hours 5.': Inches on .
c. opening of the school. : r Uros. glvlig his approval to the greatest singers .In the world
t'. V* seriously "Dal4.DEMOCRACY. i W tried It w'II necessitate much the 24th NOd ZSth The *vr f' t.
.. Conr
i rUt theory, while Mr O.
.. .- -- -- hardships to have the tests conductedduring |precipitation' for the month In 19>

Ir OF MASS J I Dance An Ice s4 OJas cream capper and dance i, i.iraj8till ot tangerine other advocate methods the use are ; most be the over winter before months March. but They they i iwill J years Wind was-The>9 45 prevailing Inches direction II LIGHT VOTE WAS :

was given la the railroad depot .t. ::>mended by experienced grown undoubtedly be held In Varra ,of the wind was southeast with afoul liVERY i
OJ.s Saturday night at which a number : .
Bay which Is considered the ..
I gansett i movement of .eu ml ; average
of people attended from that There U no whit fly In Dade''oadty most suitable for the manoeuverlng., I
velocity per hour 1201 miles POLLED
BRYAN j rat rr Ii and neighboring town A band o. the IN
; ENDORSED now, and way to keep of the submarine n and maximum velocity for five minute -
J four piece furnished the music the: oat I I. to prohibit the eatry or j I IT mile from the southeast

3 (musician being from Hallaadale a stain a rigid Inspection by local.thoritles W. J. Rodgers F.xJM'rif'I''[on the 26th.WeatherThe.
i The receipt from the affair amount j ,. ot all tree skipped Into GEORGIA :
AND HEARST i I A recent letter from Mr EugenuI I IB number of clear
i and win be used to build
.d to .U.
which
i from sections la ;
i Dade county j Romfh. now In New Tork Olygive "dart were 11.; partly cloudy 12 and
!a pavilion oa the beach at Ojna. Thepavilion '
the fly exists. This Is a very itunortant I a brief account of a narrowescape :'cloudy S.; on which .01 Inch or more '"If
whey completed will beused
matter and one la which i: from Injury to Mr W Jam of precipitation occurred 14 Thunderstorm :'!
a* a pleasure resort for Ojn
I practically every reaideat of our Rodgers who Is also la that city i iMr. I'' oecured on the It. 17. M I-
people aa well a* those from sur-
county I* Interested regardless oi :i Rodgers took the backward wa. and 20th \tlanta Oct 4- The three en. ;
Boston Man. Oct. 4 -Th* ttaastachusetta roudlBr town A cake was awarded *
little
A prevention | '
its occupation of dismounting; from a trttllv3d sMtutlons! amendments. one creatingan ;;.
Democracy b.14. > oavenlioa to Miss Pauline West of Uttl I now will be worth tons of cure later I made a series of turns landing K Fitting for Mackerel Fishing appelare court one adding to the t')
River who was voted a* the prettiest
s here today and adopted a' OB. !I II front of a heavily loaded dtay. bat The schooner fishing smacks superior Court and one rreaMag a

platform endorsing W. J. Bryaa, ongratalatlng and most popular young ladypresent I Would like to see communications I Ila fortunately came out of the cntav Sister and City of Key West. 11Ir"l I 1I new count), carried In yeste'day a

I, your columns from Dade county :trophy with nothing wore than a have been under charter for the pest election
the New York Democracy -
!I men whoa experience la other sections few alight bn..... I tMr several months to the Florida East The regular Democratic ticket //i
Miss Ann Wlllard. of Jacksonville
; choice of Heard for
the
oa ha Coast Railway for extension use have the State The latest '
+ of the State lnght I sweat r turns
the this and Ft.I
arrived In city
morning .
,Governor and advocating public j warthtp will spend the neat six month her how serious the white fly *. J. M Pope has gone to 'been returned to the owner. >'ol;iA ''nd'..:.t.. that RlrhaM Hniwel! Ar- ;
o
and the operation of P 'thc.1 I a* assistant la the kindergarten; de- can become when one tile pest tb.m.I Pierce\ to visit her brother Dr. E rue '; C'-n.l.nd and ..11be\ fitted out 'hur Powell and Henry C Pt eple-. ,

[ ....U1ItIM bv nation, state and city(. It !J rmrtment of the Miami school. Kiss beef Introduced. I .\arlandlngbam.. and later sills t for I've mckn..1alO.., They are nave .be-n chosen[ judav of tr* *pe t

'phi r-Avocstna' tariff reform revision' Wl'lord will be the guest of Mrs. S. Tour lrul). --turn to her present home In Cor- now at the company dock loot of > die rout i i ihe \'J" %j_. Ugh "
II. F. K i '" "' Avenue D. I ighnut! the State
for while.
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PACE TWO TEE MIAMI MKTROrOUR. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1MM near FAC

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The Weekly Miami Metropolis I OF DESTRUCTION HIND THE "BOSS" BUILDING ORDINANCE LABORERS TO WORK

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; \ll Florida sMnpathlie* with Pen- \\e have all heard of t the political I| Thursday night the <'!1'\ muri'l Thu{ rut.thing more I*
B. B. Tatnm. Pres:deal 8. Bobo Dean See -Treta. 'boss but how
s.icola and those Alabama. Louisiana mast of 1.111 have
the
of in'craot
will\ .
be called upon[ .' i.r. jert than the .nfor.ement
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY land :Mississippi towns that suffered ever heard of the man behind (he ; the 'striat
laws It 1'.11. ve t
defer the >
---- or ordinance c' ann( '
} b \o.a'* ak the r"nu..la Juurn..1The' ; .
| \ereh \ the recent hurricane The
Six months . . . . $100 One fear . . . . .. 11.00 In. t ,lre In labor condition, whew
diftast'r an a "hol..1II doubtless boss" bad as he I I.. I* b> no building Inaprction an] l i.ut dm* lu- Ptorld.i is hampered "71rcltj

nOM paying In advance will receive a rear* subscription for 11 SO 'prote one of the greatest' and moat means the worst element In our po- apector The matter i I. o'i-> of itr:at .. prosperity of labor white I
and ill month subscription for 75 cenU This U a liberal dlscouri Induce In the of world 'he M i common
history the
Hppklltna
; .. Th> boss does not lie In the
Importance to tit) uud on' that horde. of tt>le-iMHlied negroes ar.,. |
trletljr advance payments Pull detail and knowledge of the
: and for himself He I I. not a prln
should not be delayed Th Miami\ lo.irtnn U .'sprea.ed in the following
destructnon are mill inwnt o" in{ rips he la limply a gobetweenagent
second to the condition of needs such an ordinary,' .0'\1 needs ,>araraih irons the Tampa Times, ]
Entered at the Portofflce at Miami, Florida a* claw matter telegraphic com- and
I Imualcatlons. but enough haa been It herein are KI..o| the observatlOss"f .
No need that the badly. every conservative and '
learned to warrant thin man suppose Assistant thief of Police Rigger'He ]
Kill I I Y, . 1909 I I Town after town hat been statement wiped lobbyists who debauch 1 legislaturesand uninfluenced man, property owner said alone the docks a great I
polute the stream of politic aad cltlien will\ admit.
: many negroes were offered wort all ]
out and while the l Mss of life If apparently
from start to finish find their own
small In proportion to the | Every' day there are being erected lof which U paid by the hour The
BUILD A funds and distribute their own boodle
VALUE OF
extent and wide area of tin d..1.. I IIn this city buildings that are unsafe negroes work sn hour apiece tee the I
STATE MILITIA NEW STOCKADE It It nevertheless very largelthln various concerns In all putting IB I
a few hours the work of year and j "Where then does the money and a menace to the public i but a si'(:ht amount of work, ball

A State militia Is often criticised The city stockade Is not sufficiently the aklll of mell.At obliterated come from- the boss tarries the ''interest*. A few year from now when they arc' ar.'d oa a charge ]

and even denounced Such epithetsas I strong and secure to prevent the I I land plied Into heaps of debris and I dough bsg" but who nils It* .and they will\ be sandwiched between 'of vagrancy they are always able U I

"Un soldiers." dudes" etc are escape of prisoner. and there Is rnlaa The strongest and most sub- The money Is, nine times out of greater and more Imposing structures show to the court that they bar r> ]
burled at them and many hold them little possibility of making It so 'atantlal of man"a creations suffered ten put up by the tiusts -the combines gently worked a little for two er
cheaply and of no Importance This without rebuilding the structure !ntnelv I' alike with the weak The fury of and the corporations, railroad that they will\ endanger by three different concern. aad thle

Is true In every State, but what a Even were' this done the the wind knew no boin-U I land otherwise I possible fire and collapseague., si says sufficient to rid them 01

mistake The recent race troubleIn ( place would not be satisfactory I Prominent among the destructionsIn The game of politics Is too often fanciful.unreasonable arguments are conviction He said that by ..

Atlanta Is evidence of the value of In the first place It Is one part this Slate and In tI,, vicinity of played with loaded 1"11'1'tb.. players being used against the building ordinance lug a few hours each week they '
the volunteer soldier The city dude Iof an old stable The floor sits low ; are actuated nut br patriotic :
enabled loaf and
and to hang aroaaj
the
and country chap with a gun in his : to the ground which Is always damp tifleattons. : motive, but by motlres largely per- Inspector tarn ,dives the remainder of their
hand and the power to use It Is a i land the smell prevalent around 'among the strongest and most impregnable sonal In their natur Threaten ; built entirely upon the statement
land be able to show that they 4o ]
thing to be dreaded He controlledthe stables and barns preva'Is there The : fortifications IB flu wo-ld millionaire material Interests and that the time has not come when : work
when they are arrested _
situation In Atlanta and be will place U not sewered or sanitary luanv They were built to and would have I Ibe will jump any political fence ever I Miami needs such a law and officer I, The police of Jacksonville are :mahe:
do It In any other place that call way Woden bunk without pad stood a rain of shot and shell It erected l I
Yet the this a strenuous effort' to break I
same parties using argument ng
nsoa him ding or covering afford the aleep- world have taken days and weeksfor I It... Jay Gould who years ago ( VBt,'
But for the presence of (he State lug accommodation the moat formidable fleet of war-' said, when asked by a legislative ; have ..lId11 contend la 'I' Identical vagrancy and meet with coadltla
with thaw described
militia In the Georgia. capital thereIs Man I I. human even 'hough a prisoner ahlpa In the world to have done them I committee what his politics were: other matters that What you dodo above;;

. no telling where the trouble would serving sentence for a pettyoffense 'the damage that the hand of the Almighty "In a Republican district I am a I It right'" I* not this argument It looks as though war would haw |

. have and ended The \olun or otherwise and entitled by I Inflicted and nature imposed Republican; In a Democratic district to be made on the. negro dive ..
gone of -
la the building new
applicable a end '
this
leer soldier Is a necessary adjunctof the laws of humanity to somethinga In a much shorter rpace of timeNothing I am a DemOC'ratbul 1 lam strike ;j a
tile government He may be a lit little better than this, and we believe can wlthatani their fury always a strong Gould man." town If..e are to build a city I Practically the same conditlsmr ]

tle bit sporty aid he may be a weak the Board of Public Works when properly directed and delivered i The great \Vall Street speculator why not build It right' This cab exist in Miami A contractor who

honor looking little fill, but be la hare come to a full realization and It la the one time when man I told the. truth and put the question be done only through a building law I has a large order for cross tie *tat- j

just as big as the biggest when he appreciation of th econdltlons at the and the creations of man couut for In a nutahell And precisely the and a rigid enforcement of the same i ed yesterday that he I I. aaable ts

makes his appearance primed up and stock sde When a prisoner is arrested naught; ( same conditions exist today-and | A building law and a building inspector get negroes to go Into the woody
i The has 'been characterized will exist tee The land Is near Miami and he
ready for business The Atlanta and sentenced he should serve year I always as long as people i always accomplish a twofold
Journal speaking of the value of the the punishment Imposed If It be by a succession of calamities and permit the private ownership of end The first la securing a offered. them exceptionally good wage

, volunteer soldier. or State militia a jail sentence but at the same time I disasters earthquake. fires. toi public: utilities substantially built town and the I. .. Every negro he has approatB a>'|'
and lberice they rendered la thai he should not be subjected to such nadors and hurricane, one or in' As Eugene Debs put It la a recent I second la Influencing lower Insurance baa listened to his proposition. aM
,3 city says: accommodations and conditions as I other have been felt and their awful magazine article: rates Everyone know from I then replied that they doa t wing

"There bat been an Impression In the i present prison affords results I experienced In differentparta Political parties express the 'experience' that Insurance rate are to cut ties, doa like the wood, i

< some quarters, occasionally voiced I Build a new stockade ,build U of the world.5 o one knows economic Interests of those who belong higher la a poorly built and poorlyprotected doa't have to go there ':
and and sanitate it In what will occur next and what parts to them Men do not join I I Yet
la tbe newspapers, that the Slate strong( secure town History la those every one of them was
; that It will become will naffer In this It I I. well that parties that oppose their material Interests I and
a manner not a
{ militia were more for ornament than I town that have suffered severe conflagrations pretending to be seeking
'. for "*.. that they made a brave show breeding place for peat and disease we know not what tomorrow mill Polities, therefore Is simply show that the Insurance I The negro and the white maa all)

: bat could not be counted ou in s I endangering the entire health of the bring the reflex of economic conditions, I rate are' materially tower la the la getting too choice about his 1 label
The afflicted cities and section
and men are active In politics, primarily
. crisis. that they were playing at being city need our' sympathy and aid Let to advance their material new built cities than they were In If it suits them they will work;
soldier. la fact. those devtroved The cause for this It dont they won't. The labor fa
0I both be bestowed liberal'and! g'!neroualy welfare The capitalist Is the private (
,. "It any rbody la Atlanta ever I They were 1 less fortunate owner of a public utility The Its obvlou The cities destroyed were lion is growing to be one of

thought that be knows better now.For THE NEGRO than we; It may come our time capitalist owns It bt doe not use i poorly built; the new one more' most serious Issues that roafroate
several days. the Georgia militia next It and [substantial because every one of the nation bat bow to solve It Is) a
I TAUGHT A LESSONThe It. While the people use are
." to the number of several hun o dependent upon It. but do cot e. nIt I them tightened on their building I ( still greater problem '/

.*' dred, from Atlanta and from nearby recent experiences ta Atlanta Take the railroad for illustration laws and m.d..n structure a*

Georgia cities have been on guard should convince the negro that the LIVING BEYONDONE'S ; the capitalist who owns It strong sad fire proof. possible Admiral Dewey opinion that Ut.

in Atlanta, amid the most trying circumstances time has come when he must desist MEANS want profit-all he can I"nll Miami pays a big premium oa lasnrsace only solution of the Cubaa probleaala
, The suppression of disorder In assaults oa the persons of Innocent on watered Investments He Insists and she will continue' to do
annexation Is a little lat.bee rt to
': when It taVes the form of a and defenseless white women. A abort time ago an officer of a upon high fares and rates, but draw so until) there Is a proper law governing Interesting" as shovug bow Ua.

\ reace war I* the hardest of all prop- Vales h* does the trouble has Just ,Chicago union produced hla family the line at accommodation, and the erection of buildings We cent dear Dewey la of statssmaa.blpo ,..
.. ositions. Tile provocations which begun and be. la the end will be (budget to prove that hla wages and when they attempt to assert their believe tile people, those having thecommon

..:.. the troop have endured from the the greatest sufferer those of his fellow-craftamen: did collective Interests, as the people Interest of the city at I :
disorderly negroes and the disorderly Ihe people of the South respectthe not allow then to make both ends against the private Interest of the stake wilt concur la the above "statements The maa who can be laflu.....

among the white have been oftbe good, law-abiding and Industrious meet and compelled them to run Into capitalists, who owns the railroad: and .. c>ort a building inspection and Intimidated Y. speaking Im thee .

most trying kind But they negro and will give him protection debt even la good time*, time of by the Introduction of ordinance *nd building Inspector lwla .vernacular a "poor choat He ease.

: have manifested act only courage at alt times bat be who Is fall and steady employment Other In the council bills In the legislature th* adoption of the said ordinance er has and never will amouat t*
." of the highest order not only eaduraaee not they will not tolerate This has workmen sent letter to the Record- sad In congress, the work of defeating Thursday night the council much v; I

+-, of fatlgae aad other hardships been demonstrated time and again Herald. In which they claimed that them and of seeing to It that should be careful la the selection of "

bat the fires of the soldierly qualities and la ways more than oae The on lower wage than those of the no friend of the people and ao enemy tile maa to fill the office of building J
' the Vina* of self-restraint. rising of the people of Atlanta was complaining leader they had lived of the corporation shall be elected Inspector There ts no doubt but The good cttlteas of Peaaacola. tv.

... Atlanta owe a debt to the State forced by the negro and after *aaaalt comfortably with famllle. effected becomes the special function of there are many mea la Miami competent ea though every one of then aal ...:,'

;" militia that she will never forget upon assault baa been made ,eatings and Invested In modest the political "bos*" and the greater to exercise the functions of ed more or less IB the recent 1Iurt-

.f; and this paper desires to place on oa their women There sobs nothingelse j homes. the bulk of capital la private con the office but there are none more: cane, have responded nobly for

:, record her high appreciation of the to do. They were driven to I "Without passing on this Interesting trol the greater the necessity for than the chief of the fire denartment aid of the destitute and needy f
. conduct of the soldier aad to tell desperation and the negro suffered controversy It maw be stated the boss," and the larger the premiums so The two office should be that city They are following this !

,; the people of the State that Georgia; Considering tbe magnitude of the generally that there are family budgets for his Indispensable' service combined and worked as one Of all motto that charily begins at horn*...

. ha. a body of militia of whom .he offense committed and the Intense and budgets. and that how far *. What applies to the railroads In city who should know la this case It Is badly neededgeneroualy and :
the a
mea
- may well be proud and wboea soldierly feeling 1011th the whites were applies to all other departments the conditions of building business bestowedAccording ;

- qualities will answer any test aroused the trouble has apparentlyended ques-tion : : :: : of wealth production aad distribution I blocks and otherwise. be Is the one ;
-'t and prove equal to say responsibility less seriously than Modern business has I
t many the day or the they |
telling to tap
There Is ao
of
> ty that may be plated upon them would think possible under the conditions DOT statistics bas published the results developed the modern boss." and I provisions
" of the Florida State troops prompt response under his directions will\ be called of Inspections daring construction .,'
_ t h true the troops and the Influence of the some light on the habits of certain the scapegoat The people
enlist for the pleasure upon to combat a conflagration that will not be taxed on the .
'' They may cooler beads and better element of elQ vents of the population andwhich are receiving their first lessonsIn property
't *
t. there Is In being a soldier In time both races ts responsible for this.but I* rvlatent to this I family budget the true meaning of "bossridden"politics. unless fought in the most I intelligent holder* of the city colletU"I1.hut I

. of peace but they are ever ready a sufficient lesson has been taucht question Many of them are beginning manner will\ lay oar city In ssh on the Individual. doing Ue [

y to serve their Slate and country the negro that he mast let white Boston Is a busy. thrifty and prosperous to analyse the boss," and as es sad bring suffering Into every reeling Therefore the city Is not \ I

i when called upon Tbe'volunteer women alone I city, Wages there are aa they proceed. they observe the econ I home. By making the chief of the taking aa additional expense, II .']

baa always made a good soldier and Let them counsel with themselves! high aa anywhere In New England omic origin of this political species; Are department building, Inspectorhe you doa build tbe building law ema* 1

: those of tile present day are better resllxe" and appreciate this fact Let I Yet about 1* per cent of the city's and when the people at length, understand will\ acquire knowledge: of each not effect you I
. discipline, drill- do their household of "boll rule," sad structure Ih.tI\ enable
fitted by thorough I I population not pay the source every .
them " lag and intelligence to reader competent debts The bureau figure as they surely will. they will put an him the more successfully to combat
cltliens and wilt betreated That
( they must have been
service than ever before. Support j jahow that 75 per cent of the bad end to It. not by exchanging bosses the fire fiend Then too the chiefof a livelypla .a
with all the and
respect consideration when the
the State militia, There Is no ;debts of grocers.butchers and small but by abolishing private property In the fire' department as building > Jersey boys fen U I
; the white that I
by man bunch on hornet( f'
1 e telling when their service will beI (shopkeepers have 'been Incurred by social necessities. Inspector would take a greater interest a nest Mead
.. I due them Otherwise result In the dhaleiused
. i needed, aad when called out they I I'f future be the wage-earners I per cent by the -o-- and exercise more rare' la seeIng on top of the football Prof
' will give the best there Is la their can predicted wealthy class and but one-half of i After making and losing a fortune that the building tw Is complied to laY that if :i h >raet with |

u shop o per cent by the professional claaa on Wall street before ho was with to the tetter.thaa would a great his absolute courage were a* bl'I'

D The report say that the high percentage t.'euly.two year old. a young New many men The ambition of such an is a bull dog he could conquer the '[
i4 NEW DEPARTUREIN of uncoliectable debts among Yorker committed suicide a few days official is to make a reputation by 'Inl. "* Probably tbe J-rwy l oyw\

THE PURE IMMIGRATION workmen can not be attributed to "ago. He evidently forgot that there protecting the town from serious think so too ..brw

"'. FOOD LAW RULES Inability under existing prices of necessaries \Its hope for a fool until he I I. forty ( fire |osa. He would be aiding himself II

.r The Pensacola Journal commentIng to meet all ordinary bonse- II and his ambitions by seeing While every city and town la Uvil
. The announcement of the special on the prospect of securing new I Hon Alfred St. Clalr-Abrama ana
'I house expenses. but that there 1* a that no fire trap of a building U State Is doing a great deal of Bowl.*I
\ committee framing rules and regula and sufficient Immigration In the tendency Just now the 'A .K. Taylor the cartoonist havebeen erected
among poorer
about night/ >
: good roads.
they
t lor!* for the enforcement of the !!South say: ( classes to live beyond their means arrested on a warrant sworn Combine the two offices as one butt ng, the tone of their wail aDd

',! pure food law. thaI no geographicalnames After many year of apparently la order to make as good, an appearance .out by W' S. Jennings, predecessorto and remunerate the holder with a little bit of for better
a talking lid
shall be applied to products' futile agitation, a long step forward I aa people In far better circumstance Governor Broward charging crimInal substantial salary Miami will. salts

- when they bear no relation to the I I has been taken by those who believe *. And the abuse of credit libel 1 by causing to be publishedIn from time to time. have differentfire \ town without good aide-eoallltion
wails i la In oho
place of manufacture rails I forth thispert that the South Is entitled to her the report declare. fosters this deplorable the Tavsres Herald an allegeddefamatory chiefs The present chief has practically same
:. reply from the Macon News: I share of the! foreign Immigrationthat tendency I libel In the nature of a been Instrumental In perfecting an \ a* a countwithout\ good JIiuad .
" la not a few Instances It can bet I Is yearly pouring Into the the same having beet.drawn 'I 1 here is a distinction' without > )
country Tbe bureau limited its Investlga: cartoon efficient fire department-one of themost
. shown that the hard and fast adoption f Hon to Boston It would be Instructive by Taylor and published efficient and best equipped In t difference nl \

of such a rule would be absurd Immigration, Commissioner Sar to know whether the situation through the Influence of Abrams .the Slate He has devoted his time to tt

:.e' Some of the suggestions made In thi gent has at last seen his way clearto revealed Is exceptional or charac- Thus do all things com to those and energies, without one cent of I When a newspaper give* expr** T'.

., connection were that Kaffir corn did establish an Immigration stationat I Iteristie' of other large cities. Can who wait
cot come from South NorthwesteraBute Africa but Charleston and another will probably |lit be that In prosperous t'me 10 ,, 1\ self competent In every quality that when they' are agitns' the common ;

was raised la the not be Installed! at Savannah la | per cent of the people In cities fall Architect W. C. DeGarmo dlscusi- goes to make a good fireman The interests of the community the pab .
't:' .. Delaware grape are 'It' the advantages sad lie can Kenerall reati between the .'
Stateslope due time. to pay their household bills! at 1 length time has come when he should be )
t. the product of the Blue Hen I hardships of a building law and line ami distinguish that they are
from "An arrangement has aim been o ( rewarded; and If encumbered wit, 4
all the grapes I '
i'$ nor are vlneyarcs classed a* made whereby tbe North German Candidates for state auperlnten building Inapector upon the people the duties of building Inspector Ihe not the honest opinions of the
; the Delaware in today Metropolis. Can any one I for both offices shouldbe tor' but I the views coming from some
V How about Concord Lloyds Steamship Company will at dent are already at work laying pay holding
Delaware reading his statement doubt that Mllaml \- In with the responsibll source or other that would rule or V ]
w .rasUDd r tbe ruling would It regular Intervals dispatch a steamer wire The following are among the keeping
:1 .be possible to make Boston baked laden with immigrant. to the portsIn probable candldatea Supt 8 Philips and every' growing town needs (ties Incurred and duties performedIt ruin

teana elsewhere than la "Boston question from which they can of Levy county: Snpt J. It.I i I' building law. and will any manor should not be a paltry thirty forty ( .
Manhattan cocktails be restricted easily be placed wherever they wilt of Snwannee county, Snst men with the Interest of the town or fifty dollars per month. but If we mistake not the HOB, Goy.
14: Mast to the island of that name' do the most good throughout the I EBob 'i-a : : and their own at stake object to something nearer one hundred dol- U Wilson. editor.in-chief! of th*> '

Are Fraakfort sausages; only those South ex-Supt. paying a few dollars extra In order lara He would earn every do'la: lorlda Times-I"alon attended tbw, I

Imported from this German cltv' Should this Innovation prove! coarse Hollowav that the construction of his business of It. last Pade. county fair and deliverW'an

What about Bath baas and Berwick successful. there Is no reason why ask for the endorsement of a reelection block or residence can be made more Some will say. no doubt that the address at that 'Institution the 11

' sponge cake and Washington pie ana similar Uses of steamers should not while It Is almost certain solid and substantial'' It la folly city Is overburdened now with expense Lame date on which( Mr Klagle* .....

Mocha and Java coffee' be run to other ports. nor why the that Hon W. \ She ts will any his for any one to believe they will We admit this and believe\ poke also that :Mr W )I. Ball, .

t; Are not those names accepted entire South should not share la the c-stor Into the rlni with his old o that retrenchment of some kind managing editor of the same papeR' ..

anywhere as beiag a designation of a Impetus this Influx of new bloodmu.t time whim and address A tivell"mixnp" No town will\ become a good: bus should be made. bat not a dollar ':
Certain class of products rather than give every form of IndustryIn Is promised' Florida Incas center so long as Its business should be taken ,'rom the fire dpartment -- Magic (Ity I Roth ompeteet and "W I Inl's
r'I; "
;w@ the location where they are giomn this section School Exponent on a few merchant to The chief of the fire' 'l' .-rvlng men and capable of''. '

. or made By going too far In the The employers of labor la the I 0 ::::1'e effort to bring trade tc partment la one of bte most Imp tn- 'siting, an eiprcssain on the need ofI 1

restrictions applied, the whole pure. South: may pass resolutions from Secretary Taft was advised yesterday town Too often the men In a few ant officials, In the city to the put I I"\oungrltr. Miami not excepted. I IThomh
food regalstlons may be made ridiculous now until doomsday but they will by President Roosevelt to lines of trade are about the only lie and through him the d"lIlIrtM."t -0---- .
I
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and thus lose their force find that there la hut one 'solutionof make one more effort to adjust 'h. ones that reach out after custom Is made and maintained competent I : the eriws .>f the stora :

t: for unles public opinion Is back of the labor problem Cuban differences At the same : Other merchants wait until these Other city officials with far less r*. ire .r,,rrer| past, P"IIH.IC ila I t. buck-')>.

such 1I' ..arN they are of little practical I "W> ned more men sad more time American to land In marines the Cuban were capitalPeace preparing men Induce the people to come to sponalbjllty,. are paid remunerative lint down to the work '>f rehabilV r.t; ; !

benefit money Give the South tile men.and negotiations falling Taft bus town and content themselves with salaries Why not him Tie may save 'tine The I..t is a huge oae te'M \

----.- Hughe.and she will soon have the mone1n'e proclaimed himself governor of Cuba the trade that natnrallt' drifts to ten time his yearly salary earnIng r'tilt i the damages aid It will DOC ;

,' Roosevelt will support Hearstfor the source of all human: wealth Is backed np and supported by the their places A public spirited man In one night' or one hour hv co-n be dote In a day or \ week b..t" '

t Tammany and Murphv still land and labor." American army and nary Cuba should ask himself If be I* doing batting: a blaze while the most otus rise >* men and money can do i4

: the governorship", .of S.w'ork the I ---0-- predicament Is distressing. likewise. his part to ,attract people to come lie In our bool. and sleep obllvlons .'t .Tll!I our lone Th..-. I I. t nt

It will be battle royal.1tlh I 1M". Russell Sage appears to have that of the Vnlted State \\e do to townto trade In helping\ : the entire to the fact that the fI-. rhli-f s'1 ", I'm among the |I..plf'I, of Pen

big stick moot prominent In the fray learned something about llnanl'!
. p Ila, from her late husband She land any more than we want It* a success unless all lines are work lives for our' aarety and p'otncflon, c",1! will! emerge from 'heir 1'0'-1.-
'.. There Is no end to building; actlvIties prferred to give his relatives twiceas annexation but both are being" forced 'Ire to rxtend the tr de as fur as "r..al. the ,11.1111" law make b. its.t.. r "hinter: and \be'ter than ever Vt.

in and around M'sml It appears much as he bequeathed them upon us by a rar. and conrlomeratlon : possible and tMlrr to "*'no: s >irt"r chief of the fire d< partrent t"I'I"' .. '?-.. PensaroU News Seth sMt

a never ending: pleasure and rather than let the lawyers get aichsne'e of people that a trial bas territory In the circle In which the 'r. t5.ne..to. e.ui ...... h't" rn..l ..o.ile) as these run not be kept down k |

{' one that la pushing Miami forwardto at the estate through a will proven are unfitted for self s-overu: town Is huntress center -Fort Valley salary for the double duty be will\ Th world clones: III their spuak. t' I Igr

: a great city contrst ( I I rnent Poor Cuba poor America. Leader then perform. .t and df'l rmlll.t 1011. *

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IT IMCFS! THK MIAMI METROPOUg. FTUim OCTOHKR 5. lOGe
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E PROPOSED EXTENSION OF ; liTHE BANK CASHIER" I I I : l



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7: STREET CAR SYSTEM MADE PUBLIC I I -

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(from Dan.: :Metropolis i Sept !Mi I and another line from 12th street Talented Amateur at the Auditorium
'"
Mr B B Tat urn. mho rrturmdyooterda limits north along and \:: a Avenue further G to extension the city Last Night-.The Cut Par-

from :N<>. York sas too -
-
through HttersideNe :At =
... b Int..n'.t'but this tidpatinc
to *: '
hate pun-h..d: aald Mr.
morning oonwr.ted to talk a tea motaenta I Talum another rillmav generatorof

to a :Metroixilia rtpr.-..em.i- the Kortane make. also another I
tntclni. made t>\' the Harrisburg

tlveAaked ato the sue wsn of his Poundrx and Vachineorks, both Krom Daily Metropolis Sept 21)
"Visit be aid that he amomptithodVerything of mhiih mill l | I "The Bank Cashier four art Burdine'sWe f
'" date. thus Rising us a duplicate I
[ : that be wished for and !: ::
|, .:that all arrangements acre made for /generation: : plant We will have two | melodrama was presented to a well
/'all the money that mould be needed more cars bv the time the new trackIs flllod house In the school auditorium -

"lor present sod future ettenslona of reedy for uae and mill thus be last night; by the members of

he Miami Electric Railway ComaaT' prepared to give the city aa excellent l. the Miami Dramatic Club Theraat
1 I
linen serviceI was composed of nine of Miami I- r

f... Ibis son made possible and easy found a1! the mills and factories 'a young: folks who crowned I Jo
. '.oaaectlon of Commodore H C with orders and we mere forced to formance.
t; 'Boo_. with the eompaav he being pay above market prices In order toret I Mr. Ourdy Aydelotte. aa Phillip
quick delivery but being anxious Brandon tbe defaultingbank cashier -
a nan of almost unlimited means
I ,*himself and namberlng among hit to have a good line before the tourist carried a large share of the attention are better prepared for the wants of school
I,i> personal friends many of New Tork'tslaaadera season opens we stood the.queen. of the audience by his portrayal J

..boo sowing his past & ..' of the TlIII... which part la

4 Moceaaee are quite ready to place 'New York has many Miami people naturally adhered instead of ap- I

: their money la any enterprise her there Just now" said Mr. Ta plsaded Mr. Howard Aydelotte aa

44J r Queried aa to when extension tum 'Among those 1 met and remember Paul Kingston a paying teller In the boys and school girls in shoes I
bank the hero of many Incident
I "si Queried. to as to when extension are Mr. and Mrs J.B Rell-
1 5work, would begin Mr. Tatum said Iv, Mr Motes Mr. Waddell Mr and throughout the play, afed his part
> the shipment of steel rails beganyesterday Mrs Eric Hall. Mr. E. B. Romfh excellently and with superior stage ,...
W. J and during presence<< and tact Mr. Charles I I If 1
: from the mills at Cum- and Mr. Rodgers
.. there Mr. and Mrs E. L. Dillon. who If well known to Miami this than before. We have
""Ia.d.on Md.Sixth and street that the and laying Avenue ofck my Brady stay and Miss Brady Commodore playgoer and a comedian of talent year ever complete lines and 1 1all

D would begin aa soon as the rails and Mrs Room., and Mr sad Mrs brought the house to tumult of applause -,

arrive, within a week or ten days W M Brown and their ana Mark excellent<< whenever imitation he appeared of the old by He his sizes in high and low shoes, in vici kid or velour calf, 1
e Continuing be said that the line mere there and altogether we had

Weald be completed to North Miami a merry party" partner brew Benton Ichabod In Dean a dilapidated Slick aa Jacob Sharp law firm his, and heavy or light soles. We have on sale at this time 1t.


carried his part oat well, especially .
'when h. saved the day my returninga TWO SPECIAL LOTS in SCHOOL SHOES viz:
ranch stolen receipt to Its rightful .
Newspaper Advertising is the owner. Robert Taylor, aa Illlnk- A

Baker the youth of great aaplra-
ey

I Very Best of Publicity tine part hat well poor and realizations Bnally won acted the girl his Lot 2-Line of boys shoes, Lot 1-complete run of sizes

of hla heart Mott Yarborough: I
who had a triple part one a wealthyminer zcs 2 1-2 to 5, pat. leather, from seven and one-half to :

another a policeman and thena

,fJ"Mr.. Ben B. Hampton at the head Tour I towns used to be Invaded very detective carried each very well un metal] and vlci just the two in misses and low
high LVtf
merchants who wandered ,
....1* of one of the largest and most suneessfsl frequently by : and spoke his lines In a clear man I
around from place to place
!;:A general advertsiag agencies with stocks, usually of clothing. I ner.Mlat Gladys Laaaeter. aa Edith : thing for hard shoes; these 'VMl

fch la New York la discussing advert Ore of these fellows would come Sinclair daughter of a wealthy miner I .

A.: lag la dally newspapers says: Into town rent a store, advertisinga delighted the audience with her wearincludes .

.* Caa yon Imagine for a musts gigantic fire sale, or some other acting both from her perfect confidence Shoes were }
kind of a sale that would attract I In the situation and by the
: .*: 'what life weuld he without the daily '
1' curiosity seekers and bargala heaters. Intermingling of her own personality Brown's Blue 1 85 formerly 1.50 119
{] newspaper! It goes Into the home. In the part. Miss Alice Ayde r

M< the office, the factory the shop 01 I am sorry to say that these fellows lotte, aa Lacy, the maid portrayedwith ,

the cars on trains wherever you by their lurid advertising: eonextravagant much skill the part she was assigned Ribbon, $3 30 !. to $2. Now
claims almost succeeded and on several occasion
human there will
7bd beings you In getting a lot of business. It was the cause of much langhte-

h" fiad the newspaper la true that they were clever advertisers the audience by her short answer

a,4 More than that you will Bad tile Usaally: they know how to to the Inquisitive Intruder In the I

newspaper Is read carefully, not OB- get up their copy so aa to attract borne of her ml.t...... Mlra 1auraJoyoer.
e
ly for the news of people and events Immediate at'entkm and their promises who also had more than or-
\\lA" that It give each day but for the 1 were to glittering that many part In the cait.carried each out with : M. Burdine Miami Florida

: Interesting new of the stores people were drawn Into their estab perfect ease, one aa a goslpy old _1we ,
lishments. I maid and the other aa BIddy VrOulre. :,
I have made maay Interesting experiments -
i
to satisfy myself as tc They did sell goods and naturally the scrub lady, who roiM JIll: i j

t Just how a dally newspaper I* read. about every time they made a 'with ease after a hard dar'a scrub- I I

I know that other people have done sale they Jut took so much trade ,"blng _.
( from of the old.fa.llloDedlIIereb.Dt. The play was well rendered by -
this sad I am pretty sure that thexperience away one
(3i of the town.I the young people and everyone enloyed Gsa Club win ChallengeThe
( of every man who makesany
sales of the evening; immesaely. Th" '
have observed many
lavestlfatloaa along thin line Biscayne Orchestra furnished music Miami Gun Club composedof The Ocklawaha Nurseries
ant
i this kind and Invariably the
,e will pI Oft that the ant thing thai between the acta. supplemented by some of the best shots la the
would be tb.mf.'l't'ballt
to suffer In ton
a, la read la daily published li man
..
a paper
who had not fortified his vocal: solos by Meaar ('butDil! State challenge\ the Palm Beach
I a small city is the news of a personal Ona Club for 50 IOU TANGERINE FLORIDA
bird
who matchto
'I business by good advertising. It always lon and Oscar T. Conklln. were a or
and local sews am
purely
+: speaking BOW of the woman readers. seemed that hla trade waa will- both heartily-encored.- latter be club shot shall In which ever the place the to West Oraage Growers to know that It la to their Interest' to buy tree '
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name same
t; They are the ones who bay the good lag to to leave him aa soon aa some froIII .iat'fi BC"7 they have THE: BEST OROWN 1M Pt4PJDA.
fellow la and made the most n. LOCIB ItOn'IIWFSrER: take place at an early date The OOOD w
s and they are tile Ones that we an came I I JtB8tLT8 eaa11 *. obtained from tree that hare aba4aa
; particularly Interested la. sensational statements possible. Ta. OOXD IS84R8t challenge will\ limit contestants to of GOOD ROOTS, sterna that are STOCKY rope WILL rSJlUU" '
k: merchants who were la the habit of I five or seven men on each team. The '
veo sad woodchat '
ENTIRELY nn or
w After the personal information Miami club hold shoots frequently iNjnuoct Q.c'r I
sad very
persistently
advertising regularly .
sad local sews is read a woman may .. \-1 I ONIl TREBB have all these GOOD POINTS la Uelr faer ace saw
were affected the least. Louis, Oct. 1-A spatial and all of the participant eorldally lavlte ''r
your laspeetloa. SPECIAL .
the INDCCDOim
glaaoe through to see what big an etur J
I always thought aa explaaatlea lag of the Bt. Loots Southwestern ,,are developing much skill. The ed to those who will place their
orders for fall
about that sow
events of the day are delivery OCH Jf.-w
of this might be found In the theory Railway Company was held bore u. shoot yesterday afternoon was one EARLY
aka will read the headlines. That SEEDLESS OIlANOJl: EARLY A8 FAJUIOX BROWN
Is. noU'ro
merchant had of of the best
held
that the advertising day for the purpose guaranteeingthe very ever and buta AS PINEAPPLE. ASK
Is Jut about aa far as her InterestEnea la the salads of tour few bird ABACT H. CATALOOTJ raa 1
created a confidence principal and Interest of a very got away from the
the community: by his advertisingthat million dollar issue of Brat refunding marksmen
nee she reads the ads If. In- Address The
could not be shaken by the and exUnslon mortgage i per OdlawahaSNurseries;
v' .leed. she basal read them before.The .
fakir. cent. (0-year gold bonds of the lira!
ads to her are Just aa Interesting
Point Terminal Railway Co and also O. W. CONNER. Preprleter.Tangerine. .
t' of the NOTICE
as say other part newspaper
A BIO REASON Ore/Point terminals and other pov Fl.rlda.
t' sad 1 suspect many times
+' they are more interesting thaa moat Cola Danley. Florida passenger erties. la the County Judge Court of Dad Or M. S. BURBANK. Agt, Miami Fields Ts'
of the columns of the dally County Florida
average
agnet of the N C. St. L. Railway, aaxl Bants.By .
Wanda Braises
,
Our CHEOCIDE
!: preparation for the destruction
newspaper Jacksonville from a trip of acts ..... sat
returned to
i r Toe store news as given; la the advertising In re the Estate of John 8aad,ra, other vermin will do the work.
columns Is not only of Interest to the West Monday, and to a TimerUnion applying aa antiseptic dressing late of said county, deceased.
representative said of the anticipated and like In- -- -- -- -
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to wounda.brutaes.
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to the. thrifty, latelllgeat --
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housewife but it Is absolutely an travel from the West to Irles before Inflammation sets In, i Notice li hereby given that on Monday N

important part of her dally baalII. Florida this season hey may be healed without maturation I the Uth Jay of October A. bIt Fred'k.
and St. ; S.
'Railroad men In Chicago MorseIea1tate
.'" She wants to keep posted on and In about one-third the Urn I <*. I wll< present to the Honorable
said Mr. DaD Ie,. 'are anticipating
: the newest thing- also abs must Louis 'I required by tbe old treatment This A. E. Heyser. County Judge of said

keep Informed as to the bent places the largest travel trom Ie the greatest discovery and triumph ,I county, my final account, and all
.4' to buy the articles of merchandise that section of the States that they of modern surgery Chamberlain vcnirh.Ta of the estate of John Sand

4 tb.t she needs In conducting hn hate yet handled I Into Florida They i I Pain Balm acts on the same prlnI !i era. late of said county, deceased :

household All ihl* Infoi nation she are all of the opinion I and agree I ciple. It Is an antiseptic and when': and at the same time make fall and

;i" gets from the advertising columns of mtth the Klorma transportation men applied to such Injuries causes themto : final settlement with a full report of Offices ap stain Cor. Ave. C and If tb 8*,
mill the bulk of !rrS
( the newspaper that Florida get heal very quickly It also allays all my action: and doing with relation S
l y No one need question the abilityof the California travel this winter the pain and soreness and preventsany I to aald estate, and at toe sam Miami. Dade Co. Florda.
Ever mhere I have been peopleare .
the advertisement to get Itself > danger of blood poisoning Keepa ,I time I will ask for a final discharge aa
of Florida and a..ang I
are
the easiest thins In taking
read. That ;
: bottle of Pain Balm In your home administrator of said estate

the world Every advertisement of all kinds of questions In regain and It will save you time and money.not Emory Spradllng. i AGENT OR LANDS OF '.....
attention. to hotels and railroad accommodations : .>
fair site Is sure to attract some '
to mention nhe Inconvenience I Administrator o the estate of John
; ) I.m positive that Florida 1 end suffering such Injuries entail I Sander deceased Florida East Coast Railway Co '%
If the ad la well put together trpgra will recede more tourist business
For sate Co. I 0.1 !
by Blacayne Drug and Worley,
',hlcallv. If the headline areproperly his inter than ever before In her 'ill dragglats. I Attorney for Administrator 1 Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co.
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written and properly dla- llstory .
I Boston and Florida Atlantic
played and If the text matter 1* prepared Coast Land Co

with thought!: and attention. Doat's fort School Room t (JOOOO)():>CO I.. .... . v .... <. ()()()..A.AAAAJ1Y.I.J e..
.1 If.ID other .Ord.-It Is made in.let' -------

teresting: new. the ad Itself ..11M\ An ex-teacher writing In the Jacksonville I

read with all the care thai la needed Metropolis gives the following I Miami Bottling Works

After that everything depends ODt. Don'ts" for the school room: i ,
: :A.1Y.I.J: :
,I the that message message. that la one the of ad Interest carries tothe If noisy Don feet enter the room with muddy, : WALL A McGOWAN. Props 4 ,

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t. U her good I
: women If promises a
Don't move about nervously In Itth Street. Near R. R. Miaaal fla-
piece of merchandise at a fair price I N
your seatsDon't I
f.; the chances ate that she vlll\ buythat
rattle your booka state and
i\' merchandise, If she needs It. I I pencils aboutDon't I* rapidly going to the front as the t*ad- Manufacturers of .y'
There has been such an atmo

a phere of mystery and romance that 1 nor be your untidy desk about your person ing city in South Florida. Everybodyis All Kinds of '
round advertising
M i think thrown many people I are often confused I Don't play while you .work nor going to Miami. Now is the time to Ifi

4- by what fs, after all. one ot work while think you goer play.Don't object. la studying secure a choice location either for busi- Soft DrinksPreaaM
bad'hesa
propositions I .
the simplest .
'" I Is to please your teacher, for ness or residence. Choice locations in .
store with good merchandise her life I. not affected by your future Attend* M Afl Croon. On .(-,.... art.n SuDdtsR.
f ; A good
t caa build ., a good baaiaeas successes or failure The education the city for sale by : : : : : : :

without advertising I( It adds to she Is trying to help yea
adver- get Is wholly for your own benefit 5

Its tlslag.other It Is good sore to things Valid good ap a bigger Has Stood The Test 25 Years
FORT DALLAS LAND CO.
I Don't chest at examinations.
business. to build It on 'a more solid your <*.'!
i foaadatloa. and to place It beyond If you do the day will come when

the reach of competition 1.0. will regrtt It. for youth and oocoo:>xoXO: ; oc OOCJ0000000000o00 Grove's
The store that does Dot advertise early opportunity come bat oncejind r
-r I* t'OlIltaIlUI.bl.. to attack from when neglected there I* no means ofrap.ratioD.
Call on Or
e a competitor who does advertiseThe :TOKEN 8. R: ILLY. E.NOIRILZEADd:
first store that suffers la a community I Don't make a tiresome task ot
+ i when the lows Its Invaded by your study, but engage In It with Agent Fort Vice-Prea.. Fort Dallas Tasteless Chill Tonic

fie; a "...-" -.111It.. competitor la the the right spirit which belongs to Dallas Land Co.. Miami. Fla. VCo.. St. Augustine Fla 0

on-dverttsiag. store the delightful pastimes of acqnlrlag r ,
I When I lived IB the Middle West knowledge. -Co (.X(.:ooom) OCX ocoooooooooY' No-Cm-*-No-Pay. 5O cents.

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HOTEL: ROYAL P.UI8 SEKV: N
FROM THE HOITH RID'%

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IB CITY of Quarters tbe house to t>? used as servanta' I I I I store floor Is to be used a< an attic and Is a franc: building t o and a half-a vary comfortable "I'ttle home

IS I MAGNIfICENT I( electric room llcths The and house piped Is wired for for stories high The first floor has rent IT hoar! : bMr B. Sutton when Ted:
city a dining
i, The aunt ilnwgalow water The construction Is room parlor.reception' hall also drew the plans The first no.*.

1 The residence ofIr 'done. bv being kitchen and a wide veranda half circling Is of artificial stone and the
: Fronk Oal- the day under the sseo><
; I lat I II of the bllnK low type all the of Capt Ijirge The veranda supervision : there the are house fire On the second floor of metal shingle Mr Avery's hoaa;
large
bed
WITH COSILY Y np-tO-date Improvements Door Is rooms and .Is on llth street on lot
RESIDENCES are to be i I' made of cement and the to\ bath while the attic not yet flnlsnr a StlllsU
The
brand first floor has
therein
The sill be a
I cottage; faces covered with canvas Thestone north on 1Mb street.and the grounds used In the construction Is being The house was partitioned built for rooms I I'F. I[ parlor hill and kitchen and the seat.and .
by Contractor
,are the most boantiful on the south I' given a coat of water proof paint W Backus at floor contains three large
a cost of
side There Is no more beautiful and made In every way to glee the : $1000. It Is electric about bet rooms and bath: It Is w
lawn than that of Mr Oallat comforts of a well built home The I lighted and for electric lights; and 'haa water
.. .. connected with the city water and
I house. rice connections The
will\ cost of
cost la the neighborhood the

ABOUNDING IN SOUTH SIDE AND The ropy Cottage of t1.SOn.! The lot Is 7S feet front : sewer service |[:house was about ft.SOd. ?;

RIVERSIDEBoth Mr. William M I Pope, depot> by SO feet on the rear line and ISO Riverside Suburb 1r
clerk of the circuit lou-t. has Just feet deep

Irken possession! of One cottage ; I I Riverside though little more than The flew Horse 1

recently built hi Contractor Graham The rffVr Rc..Mra>ceMr I a year old. and nt that time con On Avenue U between llth ... .

at a cost of a little\ over I! 000 situated and Mrs C D. eirier In taining not a residence la fast comIng 12th streets Mr. J. X DeB W
quest I| to the front .
Suburbs are Developing at a on alb street near AvenueD of the Colonial have of the as a residence suburb built his residence
Rapid Pace and Will The cottage has four large rooms ,'picturesque one most and on every hand new dwell- whiche aft

'; Become and a bath on the first floor! and residences aa well as comfortable'Mngs' are going up while others will his family now occupy It la two st..-."
the Resident Parts of the recently bnllt In the I
city. he
-Short commenced
City Des- two rooms on the upper floor. It The house faces Biscayne at early date Among let high contains seven room at.
Bay on ( the
| handsome
residence already !n- was built at a coat of
about tt.tt
;Ai criptions of Most Attractive Homes in Each.

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The Mi opo111 ban mlldEIt t
a 'family was built recently by Mr.Wm. -....
point from time: to time to mention Brlrkell" ,
I facing the bay and Il1lb! /!
the building '!nvementa In various I street
This Is one of the
roost beautlful
, parts of the! rltt ar4 on Dam r' house In r.
Miami from
an arch-
on* occaalons devoted exteaslvewrlteups I Ilipctural\ :
standpoint as .."II.. a 4
. to the same Funding al'- practical. one On the first floor w

tintl throughout the HIT have th.re Is a dining room parlor IIhrary 'rf.t

been wore numerous the part several. I kitchen and bntler's -
month than ever before and In pantry.
every I The second floor
I lus five bed rooms
part thereof are new commodl- '
and
bath
and the
third floor three
ou< and attractive residences.Especially ; bed
rooms and bath This house I
noticeable are they i tn I IU rented during the winter .
season
the South Side and Rlveralde.where
I The third
house
built
I and owned
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the ..wand hammer have been ana
I jbv the Brlckell family 15 the one I
are atlll l iag v'gorouslv! applied fnrlni rlokell
avenue near l !th I
: The following are some of the
moatattractive
street Thl
houne 1 I. bnllt with the !
homes erected recently In
same number of rooms on each floor{ !
)% these popular suburbs: as the !otter mentioned, with the ,i I

exception+ of> the attic. which. has four ,

r Captain (7er,,,,"'* llongmlow bed I rooms and bath These tao

f On Avenue D between l >th andIfh Utter houses have large \erandia : + f
| e-nrel Around them
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'--.a ts 1"np J S' Orwk nth. f and together !
rest :il"out ten tioi4ind r
.' S-outh Flor'ib', Flab ('on".sn\ dnllar.!
1
J JThe etr,
hut about completed a one stin' .
burr>low which he will! ooeup)' within ,Seymour It<-..M<'ixf i| .

:. the "exl few diy* The house[ The residence of Attorney R. H '' F r ,

t. constructed of artificial' atone Seymour l It one oflne ar hiie*.ttiral ;,

applied by the ROM Concrete Co beantv acquisitions to the south stderesidence i

., The rok.!!". being one of the '
contract was executed br Mr aasBssasasssscBCsssnasEissssss
handsomest homes BEisssassssssssssssscssBsi Bii *** *>>?r r XjTy1* T. LAJ* ,
R. G Sub' r. the house being ontof I there On. Uw.atf'E'i to T 4 '
"beatitlfullv 'ii -T- E
the moM picturesque on th* kept lot. 7' x110. with a > *,
Booth fine l lawn and large amount of !
aide. In It there I. a parlor Ji
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two bed room. bath room. din"tbery I this house was built lust.bru\.I'
mer bv Charles ..
lug CQom kitchen and two closets. Brick 11. at I
A I of about 15000 Tbe building 1 Is
porch entirely around the houae ron
la reached by a door In each room ; 18th street and Brlckell avenue. t! MIAMI HOI: OF W. M. BKOW.VI

'. The estimated cost of the hoaae la !'It Is three stories hlgh, Mid h.. on I'I l-

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-t, I I brar,. dining room reception hall. I wired for electric llghU and has || Brlcki>ll Avenue, between Pith and I llshed or now under
t I kitchen and butler's On 1 water connections 19th construction can I The Hullo* HOWM 'y.
pantry tb treets and has a tinge of tbe )
be mentioned
The Drickrll Re-4d -.ce || second floor there I the !following:
are four bedrooms old Colonial dwelling In Its makeup as.The The new home e-f Mr and Mrs !.r-
The Brlckell: family la makingquite I and bath the third floor Is { The large Home Tha four large pillars on thu I B. Button occupying a lot IIIhUI '
Capt. K. I Talnm Restdenc tC
extensive Improvement In ihv used as servants' quarters. In ad M. Urge Is a believer front give It this likeness aa well I -ft. en llth street U built of arU'Iclll A
building Hoe The old homestead I dition to thla. Mr. Seymour hs .; i i la artificial stone for a residence I as the balcony on the second floor. Facing on the river on llth street | i atone to flow second story.which
) Nsi
wLlcbLad the distinction of being automobile' garage. A quantity his beautiful (new home on Pith The house has eight rooms and bath i and South River sTeet. ),Ir. 8 Mil i latter Is of metal shingles. At ft '' .

the oldest hone In Miami Is being ahrubery will\ soon be set out on I'I'street being constructed of that material. the latter being SxlZ On the first [ Tatam has bnllt his home Con' { cost of about $1.oo. :Mr Suite 4't:;2

-I remodeled ,and well under way the grounds surrounding the house I supplied by the How Concrete floor Is the kitchen dining ro.'m. itruclcd of artificial stone the house''I|11 none ow has a comfortable home which *
towards ;t which will\ add to 'Co. The building la three stories |Is, of the most prepossessing 1 In < ; /
completion Mr. WilliamBrlckell the already beau- I reception: hall, parlor. ,.a well as I I win serve his purpose for many years .'*
bas charge of the work and itlfol landscape I',high and when .omplEIPd11\ be dish closets In connection with a I' :Miami There are eleven rooms 1 In i | l li to come. On the first floor t1l...... mis

with a forte of men la converting one of the most prepossessing buildIngs I I kitchen. 'i the house, besides a large basement i. a dining room kitchen parlor ant
the old home Into I In MIamI. On the first floor. !I used for a laundry Mr Tatnm made
a modern dwelling 1- The R house :there Is a large reception hall, contains tour | sure of having plenty)' of lawn i
On the parlor .panby bedrooms
first floor the r. I Marge and bath I
Mr The house
and Mr*. bedroms and bath Is
Eugene B.
Romfb j toe attic
dining :
room and a large d taking I 1-% lots '
will be a parlor. dining kit anonveniently measuring 7S'x3SO \ wired for electric '
I
room light
hve just [ion the and
moved Into their i ,c arranged kitchen next fllfht Is to be used for feet The piped
ire stone In the build
chen. bllller'a pantry reception hall some new home h.ad'I ,tlt'ry.nll' :t throughout for water nervlce fro
on Mth '' quarters The *
residence
der
: | I the back I Ing was furnished
part *n excavation haa
and study. by the Art StoneI :Sutton. "
Tbe.oad floor will with .
have six lenity built by Contractor Erfert ,| I been made for a cellar and at one was built by the day. under the .u it I Construction Co and the cost of the house asaistantr, built the =
large bed rooms and a The hone Is beautifully finished (envision of Mr TV. Backus. i sad drew the plan.. ';
la- lead' of the back at a stdenrr/
bath. The house porch Mr Large was In the ne.fhtxJlhoo*, .
will be occupiedby I( side and out. supplied with electric I Ms hid a cistern constructed | cost of about SI.*00. Mr and Mr.. le11e $5.000 "

the Brlckell family after completed lights and water connections. Thereare square seven /ffler. and family have already I .. I Th 1).1 ...-??._.. .
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seven rooms, reception hall and f Meet second floor bus four Isrre moved Into their new home I The cottage of Mr Johu R. O'SemI '
The house r The ...V* HomeMr
now >occupied by the bath besides nit 13th .treet 'U ,
a cottage In the rear )I rr bed rooms and bath The third I-n one pf the most r..- :
K. R. Hen ler..on was one of ,I r lee' arquU,tlons to Riverside Balls

I The McKlmioBj llrldenceMr the tint to build in Riverside Hlr j jor i artlVlal' s >ne. and two stories i v

,. G. A. McKlnnon will\ undonbtdlv residence U on II' h street two 9 1,11. the hou. Is one of the most
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have the largest house recently stories high< and has ten roor..s Th. 'substar'nl i i and ,1..ta-1l1e
cottagles -
ia built on the South Side when his r_ cost of the building was 13,300. >(' In the Rlv"ralde colejv On '
I Idence I Is completed On 'I .. fl'st the
faith street floor I th 'e 'Is parlor dtnlnej '
( between Avenue D and Brlckell Avenue I'I The \llUn* Dwelling I room reception hall and kitchen sal

.' at a cost+ of about $ ..&110. he :Mr J I Wilson I I" building a beau on the second floor three 'large b. J

J has a force of men at work rusQldthe t tiful stone house, which will he :i icompleted rooms' and bfth The house. was: ,

house to completion although In about thirty days 1 It built by ('ont 'arlor B !Siitton at ,
e p the construction Is with the greatest I Icare Ha I of about
situated on 12th street and *venue |Ir..t U.nnnIr: n' ie.l hit
I and completeness: under the L. The cost of the building two lits ups wh'ch 'he hen> *

Iupervision of Mr. J. F Colemau. I will be about 13 V>0. two stories stands 1 100x110 I As soon as ttealer > \

I The house II being bnllt according ''high with seven room.. I '+ srve I is ext n.u..' '? ,i\y"r.|

to :Mr McKlnnon own Idea of I .* .' 11. and the el-ctrit !l-h' i I"."les) ( .

a modern Southern home A basement The HiMNl Resilience Tr-e-te<1. Mr O'Nenl l'a rant i .> ..111" -t

r. wllb\ built! mil spring at :i connected wltl both xervlcesIK .
+. .. which ',,"e the attic will\ b flnl'hed \ Mr P'; B Hood his Just completed ..

hU home on IJth street I'nlike
Mr
MrKlnnon
na d-stres to
s'k L. Into the house t>out O<'olier move l 'h the map-It\. of th. bnlMlngs 1 In lilt,I H...neMr '

: Th.. fir" Poor will coisNt ->f a p rIo Itlverslde I Mr Hoot\ has built his J W Hull hits h II" a two r.#

tee ; ttJt dining rooii lib ,ry. den.d house of wood: matt rial It..Is f.'or"s'on fnme 'doii-e on M'h -'r e'

: kit V' >n as veil ... a 1 I. nee rerpf' o -.forks hleh and! curtains eight ilwnt' n t ilnlt sit coons, at a r..t "i f.

hall -''ale.it In ,'na'b, rat home, rooms The coat of the building wan t: 000hiveiit
3i1 All 'h" rw+.t.l..n..f'
$1 000
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f k peclally The second fI..r bin '' 10 Ricers d1"Y
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door large bed room and closets for iip. a.w..r j< t, rh* "I '

each and bath The attic will\ be The Igjinton Ifouw* have IS e OOtl 14 r.P| ||f. ,s (r ,.] |1".1 will|]

finished later for servants' quarters :Mr S \\irglnton is al
Inc a two Story .Inn.. dwelling: onIJth '

w a.r The Holmes Collage 1 -< reel The hou.e will hsv Clla", lai"'. Couoai Remedy Aeen ,

reran rooms and supplied with ":"" Na
Th- home of )Ir. and Mrs E )0ITnlm. ,| un's Ptsn -
trie light and fitted for water servIve The
moat f
on Lath street I Is a one stir .II..C'"I\\ m.dieteM
I The probable cost will be about chose tbar are
frame structure bnllt this summer aid nalar. (O1amberlal.
13.500. I rough
bv Mr Holmes It contains dinIng Reme ,Iv acts
a |Its wzr'ft; "n 'h:1: 1I"a. Take
mom. parlor two bedrooms. rna tw" a r'od
I a.d It
The Prase CollageMr .111'
Allay
bath kitchen and a den The buildIng tll. clet.' : r.ii.rw Thw
1. N. Frainre_ has built a nice af.S 1 nature la tuntpl
Is on the order of a bungalow{ restoring ills
I seven" room cottage one and a half a he-t 'aT.m tea
and cost about 'I. OO. y condition 11Iov".de
.. I stories bleb at a cost of $* ;500; The '1.1 to us bare '-..;:

I 1 house Is situated between 13th and It countHracr. Mperlor *teeUe. si. :,
The Tyke Home any I ,
14th streets.otit cold! u> tendency of e
result
( Mr Robert R. Taylor's new :15: emu. la paeammta, Prte.. )
Urge
01 19th street Is one of tbe m The j ante. Ie esetalop
Awry Routed
; sale
\\l\\ I1'MK: OFTTOIVKV r. II SETMOIB by an dragslsts :
( picturesque os the south side, ao Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Avery have Dons Co and Blare '.

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' Twelfth Street Miami Iktri.faJ I

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" Cleaning IxX s i Lanehart to W. F Arm.trong. 1fcatlnfirtlon ... (Comb Funeral Car t M
One can see lots all over the city
m being: cleaned and either sodd.-d, or ( LEGAL PAPERS FILED J of mortgage: First The flew I uneral' car received yeeterda .
. National Bank to S Bard rt UI.I > b\ 'h.! \\' \II Combs undertaking -
made ready for new butt Ii fgu.
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C >t>t-d. Modal Land Co. to :N U. stabgr bmeot. is one of tie -

jjersonnlMr JJrllf Jolr.r; Mr. L. G. Lyman. a prominent I Imerchant Horse and wagon .Jean; Sinter: i 24.F'fl.e.Modelo.120; iota 2i and 24 la blue: fi nest ,hlcl.'ii\ a of the klad ever .
I IDend bronchi to the state It Is the
of Delray. Is In Miami lor Sewing!: Machine Co., to A. J. Campbell. pro'r
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f a few d..,. awaiting: the trial of I. i, ); Boston and Atlantic Coast duct of the Crane ft, Breed Co.. Cla- ;,.
: R. aid Co. to f 10;. L. Lockett for $la. Innatl and extremely handsome. U
1\ Rhoden. for manslaughter. InI Warranty deed: H. B. Murray et i iux lot 9, block :2, Hallandale. such a term can' be applied to ahearse 'a '.
I which case he Is .
a witness. to W. .
| H Smith for 500. I
Deed. K. C. Co..
Railway to I The
I _. body Is maaslvoIn
,! and Mrs. Stanley Wakely Mr Peddy. mother of Mr*. K.= B. { acres In section IS, tp. 4S south ill. A. Barnet. for 1103.17. 1 acresIn I else par 1
tJ pent Sunday in West Palm Beacb. I Douglas has arrived home from a I Cleaning up Depot Groaads range 41 bast.Mortgage having heavy oak poets supporting -
w ; section 17, tp. 61, south range | large cut glass panel HIs
.,;' -- several weekt' trip In the North. !I A force of men are engaged clean I : J. A. Jackson: et nx 41 east. black throughout the finishing
Mr P. T. Casterllng. of Florence ling up the grounds around the p..- to E. O. Painter Fertilizer Co., for '
being carved and done
'.1 is a late visitor In the city.Messrs Mr. Junlut T. Wlgglnton.. a prom- |sin ger depot preparing for the winter's ('200. Judge M. C. Jordan one of JacitonTllle's manner TIle trimming in are a masterly of silver <

it, loent grower of Homestead Is III I.' advent of visitor to Miami, Warranty deed W. I. Metralf et leading legal lights. Is lathe the lamps on either side of tae I
the city this week looking after bust, hi beautiful. ux to Annie T. Berk for
and $400 writ
D. C. Brown W H. city on business connected with (teat being very Imposing and of .*>
.; Coulf',. of Perrlne. are up attending Iness affairs. half of lot 6, block 29, West Palm the present term of the circuit court. tremelv handsome design. The ear 1
I Work oft Newell ReoldeiM-e Be ich.
court this week. II" !led; with rubber tire .
I yon want fertiliser, eonjnit J. K.Lummu The work of adding the addition weighs
.
Warranty deed: Janette Boyd I Mr. W W. Front U making preparations pounds and Is drawn by two w
Mrs Blltch. of fort Pierce, wife *. neat for tbe oU reliabl to the E. U. Sewell residence on Smith and husband to 1) *. Divrwy to I'rf'ct. modern office horses It Is one of tbe flneet ve- "'

d of Engineer Butch of the F. E. Chas Bradley good I 14th street I I. progressing and when for 1215, lot 1. block IS north Ml1 1 building! at the corner of Avenue < h ten of the kind turned. out br y
i completed It will be one of the mostractive ami.
come to make Miami her bom. aid llth street. The ground for t 1'1" makers. '
i ti homes In the city I Mortgage: Louisa and Damon
I the construction Is now being clear
Miss Gertrude Falllgant. tbe at-1

i'l 1 Mr. Harold Nlvian. of New lork tractive new kindergarten teacher. I I|I Order a caae of ofi druka delivered I (''for Sawyer|7f.I .to Realty Trust Corporation, I I ed. The building will be erected ofconcrete 7 W

, {. Is registered at the Gautler aad is It.1 1Iprospectlve making a pupil.canvass. of the city to* 0 or snipped to yon by the Miami Bolttfgh I Agreement; Edward POweR to !( blockLI : THE RACKET STORE I
a prospective property owner of this | A. L. Lewis.
rt rang Works, Miami, fla.a i I Walls Aho t Completed
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city I I I' I Land contract; Mary Brtckell and :
R : I The walls of the new Bateson r +
Three of saleswomen In tbeBnrdlne I[|W. B. Brlckell to Bertha E. Lot I building adjoining the Miami Con.servatory !===:IS THE PUtf==E
Mr. W T. Moore leave for Naaaan A: Quarterman stores who O verheating Smack Hope ] ton. I of Music
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In tbe Interest of tile Ktagan were Indisposed tbe Bret of the week, The fishing smack Hope.owned by Deed; F. E. C. Railway Company plated and work on the are Interior about com finishing I
:- Company of Jacksonville. He will are much Improved and that firm I* I Holm.. A: Houston. Ash exporter, to J. P. Rice et all for 100. I will be

::.b be absent two "Weeks. doing Its tonal round of baslneaa.Aetna U balled oat at Soutball's wart undergoing -'tors' acres: In section n. township 4t : days, the Intention commenced being In to a have few _

; a thorough overt*a Hag south range 41 east. the building completed and ready

Alligator pear seed wanted at 'Keller dynamite tail nppflea: for preparatory to engaging In tbemackerel Warranty deed W. O. Coates .t'' for use by the first of November
Grocery Co. Avenue D. sale by Lammas ft .."eII. e Cubing business the _DODfor : n to the J. A. McDonald Co. toil r !
which officially open on the part of section K. township (1south Military Ball GRINDlEYS
aka of this ;
Mr George E. Elliott of Walnnt- Cleuing .p Twelfth Street month. I range 41 east. I The military ball given by tb. ,
ridge Ark., brother of Mr. J. R. Twelfth street, west of Avenue D Warranty deed; Mary B .Scott et Miami Rifles Tuesday at vas Fair \
Elliott. propretor of the Empire Dry Is being given a cleaning up. Gras' Whit Bermuda and pear oDloDeet. .1 I to S. Redmond Smith for IS.SOO I Building wa a pleasant affair and
Good. store. Is a late visitor la the i i la being cut from tbe curbing ant'tare* received. Get some before they east half of lot f. block 111 sorts '' had been well arranged for by the Fine/ Decorated Iron ;,:
city. all gone. For sale by the reliable Miami. Iollicers of that Stove China
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i the thoroughfare otherwise Improv- company. The .IatI" ; ;
seed store. R. F. Hoyle A: Co.> Quit claim deed; Board of County
'led both In appearance and service. I an Ideal one, and the daacer '
Mr. J. E Commissioners to Mabel E. Fierce. .
Lummns has returned the entire evening. A par t
from Key West where be went If you are going to pay CHIt you <[September Marriage Licensee Warranty deed; Mabel E. Pll'rceend list of the dancer I* a* follwo. 72 Piece 'Set. $15 00 !

several days ago to open a commissary I good money for a machine, why not Twenty-one marriage license! were husband to Board of County I 'I and there were a crowd of on-looKers'

store In that city la con nee- j I jfet th. Dent Other make an good (Issued by the county judge duringthe Commissioners. II part of section ss well: Misses Jnva Rons 1 fcva!: Mc- You should see this ware to ,1
ties with the F. E. C. Railway e:- but we claim for th. STANDARD all month of September six to white 18, tp 51 south, range 41 east, con I Kenxle. Maude McOlrt. Laura appreciate .
tension camps. I the good qualities of other and many ; person and 1S to colored. Tbe vsylog' street known aa Lemon Ave Young; Anna Zelley. Gertrude tall the price ,

additional one. If you salty waat' oldest male was II and the oldest Warranty deed; W. t. Armstrongt gent Myrtle'llifard. Maude millI t- ..
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Wby send Way and get poor seed I the ben machine made, call 'oman It year and the ,Gauge to W M. Lanehart for {7b0. lot ;lard. Ethel Clancy. Messrs. Frank A.
when you ran get good fresh or let un call on you tad we will otnneed tell nt' man J 0 and the youngest woman 17 '. block 7. West Palm Beah.Deed I Cannon J. Homer Mercer. Athoe La HANDLERS OF CVCftYTHINQ 'lEVEIitYTHINQ 4
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true to name from the reliable seed j about them. ..year ; Model .and Company to l3irile. Tom McCabe,. Ben B Nlnto SOLD CHEAPER i
man. R. P. Hoyle t: Co. ______ George O. Currie for {200. JO acres Marvin Robinson W. H. Thompkln
Elbe dew Ire Box I Flab Hoo.ni Developing : 'In' section 10, tp. 47. south rang W. W Elliott. W..0 a Ibf'rt eoll. John ,.:

Mr and Mr*. John Harrison who All of the new flab houses 41 east. Gramllng Jack Yarborough Ivan '
I The Miami Grocery Company bal I now uni W. H Chaille & Son /
tt have for some time been living! 1 In installed| a new Ice box In their i der course of erection In the vlcl e- Satisfaction: of mortgage; W. H Jaudon.

Miami will hereafter make F. Fierce i store, one of a most modern tnanu-( ,Ity of the Chase A: Co.. packing ,)
their home town at Mr Harrison!* house, .
farture and strictly air tight In ev- i are assuming proportions and ,
position ss freight conductor make .-w ill soon be
ready for All
,err respect It I. manufactured by. use. of
thaI point mot convenient. !'he] Jol<-O-ay Refrigerator Co..of Kenlilaliville. the smacks and other bouts of tbe
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l:1d. and ..m. meet with sereril concerns are bring overnanled f
For SalePig.os and hen mar' 'h. and by tbe 15th. the
requirements of this opening of
tire rw>st nllizer/ on earth One lira for a long time. hustling the mackerel aon. the majority of
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berr r'1 better than a ton of UM" them will be Burdine G
ready for
tr, nre .\<1 '....*1 Jas McComb. Jr use.
1'011I'R., i BradleT fertilizers are tile best. 1
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: Tsar tale by J. E. Luinmua, Miami. One trucker! said! ever, bean thai uartermanr
from
got
I(jhe ua gr.nother one
Mrs C M Broun. Jr. who has |j' said he believed his bean came up
been away all Slimmer, visiting st ought Home Here {t double Plant good seed If you
different points and more recently H Jarrett. of There. Fla., who want big crop R F. Hoyle A: Co. .'
at Ashevllle. 'S"" C. returned home |II. also an extensive realty o.lIer.nd I r ...
yesterday and with Mr. Brown will I tomato grower of rue AN II111 rrry. re Its; View. ,
pcrupy their new home on fourth I Creek section. hs moved his family Mr. Chariot .\. MacKlllup. proprietor I ,
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treet. I.consisting of wife and two daughter I of the Bay View Hotel bas returned JI
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I to Miami. They will reside in from New York where he

We have Jut received a large stock the Hunter cottage on the corner ot baa been running a hotel during th.. ..
of teed beans. Bermuda onions and I Avenue A and lUll stress, which put summer. The Bay View will -..

other garden seed. Hughes A: Co. Mr.Jarrett recently acquired through be renewed throughout: at once to .
purchase. be In readiness
for the coming sea

t .......... ....s I son. The furniture will he renewed
All the barometer* In the city, Second annual aale. To make room aid the hotel generally Improved
which have been reading very low I will sell at low prlce.100 pair breedIng and It will no doubt be one of the L Great

.y the last few days are gradually rising Homer pigeons; 100 pair young leading resort this winter a* In seasons Bargains
4, again and thorn persons better birds; old enough to work withinthree \ pa at.

Informed and experienced: In weather months.. Bargain to Quickpurchu.
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Fine pure stock. Call
or FOR
prognostication believe that: all SALK:
)address Jas. McComb Jr., Pompuo.r.UlnC '
danger from tile
w tropical dl.tarba ep"yallllli
Fla. Twenty acre of the bet regal '
In the gulf hat "8f'4. 11 tabk, land on fleck Point pntrle. .
between Cutler iha
Along Nicely and Homestead rea .
For SaleFive trio of purebred We dy for cnltlvatlon and near: the rail ,
Black Minorca; eight month acknowledge receipt of an ttiterettlng road. Price
IIS 00 Terms
r per acre
old. Best stork 'la Florida Addrex | : letter from H. P. Gerd lee ]half cash and the balance In

i ; Ja*. McComb. Jr.. Pompano I lor Miami. Henry say his family :..ar. Lock box: SS. Brsd"'own.one In
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M narlda. it Improving since her return homejj I Florida. '
4 from a visit to friends In Hamilton
and h'! bas the thanks I )
of the News
x. Avenue It Cnagevted Profit on the farm In Dade counto -
Just at present Avenue D from 'county's for hi*.promise finest of a crate of Ua ,jty Is FO nearly a sore thing that the ::;x
i llth to 14th street I II considerablyronrerted tomatoes which IK mot Ignerant need not fall If the I
and crowded, the says he will ship la time to reach''.
owing to .me amount of labor and planing' .
excavation: for laying the new six: u* this Chrlstmaa. henry's friers" dells|| expended on the soil In this neoIs \',
r, Inch water tnsln. That: part of the here sill be glad to learn that heed .tlor. thats/ put In the ground I InI

execration that can not be pies getting along nicely. Jasper New. I r Indiana or Illinois the profit of each

out Is being blasted today by Contractor acre will show that ten Herr nor< f
0 Fred flutter and It Is Ilk..- Money to loan on improved property' us valuable as 100 acres there. Dry Goods

lv the pipe win have been laid ana a. 8. Amaden, Coeo sat Grova Why are there o many failures

is the excavation flllde before the enq II. ", them Because there Is too

of !the week The work will then be Will liar lie Krarre? gambling; done. A man with "

rorttnued north, commencing at A que.tl n agitating lie fishermen f 1110. will put In three to five acresr1 "\

IZth htreet. and others using' power boat. hi ]10f tomatoes and expert to clear

Is that of gasoline for fuel purpose I / on It. He has been so suncctn. r '
.4'
I ask rear. It l I" slated they had that h- writ make a bit crop and c:'"i .
sl,1Areble trouble at times In getting ''ill good! price for It thaI h. will not

SchoolBooks gal; bv the supply I here being 1 exh.iiinted. :- plant an thlDII: Noe HP buys th..

: and are afraid the tame ',steed for the! horse and canned gcrxl: And
conditions sill\ exist ugaln. and be for Ihp family because It Takeo t tart to i e\en worse unless I provisions much time, and some one hat told
I i ide as i there S Ill be a greater number him that he cant raise an'thlnis

01 power boats here than ever !there at the time when he _hn ild t e
before The gas people however nulling in a rarden for th' honor .
andSupplies i contend that they will keep a su lcIf\ he vhonld have a crop of toro t -
; f i"nt t upi>l> of fuel constantly toe> he will hrul a load rf t-viatoe* zia

hand and. that the previous Inc >nto town and a load of h.y for the
\enlences w ''I1 not occur agate borne bark home again There n Ihe
I II unit he does not are the thin* at
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there are to nave Hay c;"n l"e h.d
I Have for a Short Time for the rnttlnc and one crop .. .1'1111\ \'

+ for all the machinery that l I' r+'. dc4Ito
put it cp ulth. Get VeCor-: .
fi 5 of the best bar-
mick mower and a hay !I"o''- .-ndmake +
.' .. much of the hay this will
gains in real estate .. ,, ;t
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;come from the crop after th i na'too ,1
are gathered as was m.idp frim .
in Dade Clt:! "ntr. Prices in private tn -11.

Buy Field Fence srd rape t0'. r Burdine
&
meat and have mnn, \ COT.KU 1 In 3QuarterifianI
C. C. .. .
x Carrollm from thut. w'll -ll "i 1 "i-

c farm )!.,chjDPn and give > .. i'nni .
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on ItMiANI
I Avenue D. North i iNstiry 'I
roMi'\\v
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ANNOUNCES CENSUS Movement Was Launched Today DOWN TO BUSINESS .

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i <(< From Dally Metropolis. Oct. t. I the Bar throughout the county 1* ;1

F 'Of Dade County tad the Populations A movement was launched today earnestly desired Active Studies Were CommencedThis F ;
Minor I S Jones
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for the establishment of a criminal
I of Miami and West Palm Beach I Judge, Circuit Court. aforning-Nunber of Pupils
of the
court record la Miami tame I In discussing the needs for the

is Shown---Miami Has a Big being In the shape of a call for a establishment of a crlmfnal court Enrolled in Each *f the Several l-.

meeting of the Dade county bar, I In this county Judge Jones said to a

.1 1.r Gain. to be held at the court house at I Metropolis representative that suck C1ASMS. 515 x
a tribunal Is now a necessity here.Criminal .
clock Friday evening of this week
u cases of a petty nature are
The call U issued by Judge MinorS dally Increasing and Imposing a severe u

Jone of the circuit court and Ua tax upon the circuit court whlen
r <(< From Dally Metropolis. Oct S.) follows; now tries all offenses of a criminalnature (From Dally Metropolis Oct. S.)

r The official figure of the Dad above petty larceny Ina After having spent all of yesterdayin
E To the Member of the Bar of Dade
county census, recently complete criminal court all case except organising and getting the respective -
County: capital crime tried fore- .
by Enumerator R. H. Seymour and are By grade in order the Miami
r I There will be a meeting of the tag the circuit court to dispose of
t Jut| made public by the department member of the Bar of Dade County them the better part of each term Is 'nubile school opened this morning r"i

of agriculture. give the following :at the court house In Miami. Florida taken up. thus Interfering with civil ready to take np studies and from

total*. including the population of on Friday evening Oct. Sth. at 8 matter, and causing their continuance now on for the next eight months
West with o'clock to confer as to the advisability from one term to another battle for
Maml and Palm Beach It will be one of coaataat
of establishing a criminal at a great Inconvenience not onlj
'a comparison against the census la i contr of record In Dade county A I to the court. but to all parties concerned education j j'j

n 1100: I full attendance of the members of All of the grade showed aa la-

Population of Dad county 1IOSWhite. -- crease 01 a number of scholar this
morning the teacher In the varlonsgrades
7.110; negroes 4,1(1. Inspectors and Clerks Named For of the grammar school sporting l-.,;

other races 21; total. IS.OSI. the following enrollment: f,
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Miami -Whit*. 2.9S1; negroe Miss Colyer 1st grade IS enrolled r

1.744; other races I; total 4.711 General Election November 6thFrom .
1 Miss Angevine lit grade. Class
West Palm Beach White I SI; 1 "
C. U; Class B. 27.
iegreos 1(7; total 1.110. Miss McCullongh. Id grade Clue

The census return In 1100 wer ( Dally Metropolis Oct. 2. ) I P. V Bryan Bloxham Cromartle.M A. 20. Class B. IS i

a* follows: The most of yesterday afternoon W Marshall Inspectors; L. P.Lane Miss Mlielle. Id grade.Class A.It.

Dade County population -whit*. session of the board of county commissioners > clerk. Stranahan hall. Miss Kldeneur Id grade Class
S.648; negroes. 1.21; other race*. Precinct No. S. OJus Jno A. B. II; 4th grade Class A. U. j'e
wa devoted to the naming C. O W H. nlford..
Harp. Phillip
S. 101 Mrs. K! L. Eaton 4th grade Class s
West Palm Beach ft4: Miami. of the Inspectors clerks and 1 Inspector F. A. Bryan Clerk Rail- B. 25; Sth grade., Class A. n. I r rr

1.C81 polling place for conducting the road depot Miss )Martin Sth grade, Class A.

Total Increase la county: White. general State afcd county election to : Precinct No. 9. Lemon City 21; Class B. If
222 cent 121 S Paul Matthaus. J. 8. Peter J. A. Miss Kin ,.. (th Claas
per ; negro. per be held Tuesday Nor (. and for the pie grade
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Daughtrey. laaPf'"tonV.; a Noi- 17 Class .
A. B. 22Mln
first time la its Miami will :
cent.Total history
lie Increase for county 1-44 percent have two polling places, and two set ton clerk. School house Binder. 7th grade Clan A, h
Precinct No. 10. Miami. See 1
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since 1100 ot 11: Class B. UMis .
Inspector and clerk C. A. Mass C. D. Leffler. J. 1. Hotly
The total valuation of real estate All MeOahey Ith grade. Class
of the other precinct will
la the county for 190S was 12.....- have hut one polling place and one inspectors; R. B. McLeadoa. A. 21 ; Class B. 4.
clerk Court House
410. Personal property $471.010 of Four additional scholar were enrolled
election officials The
set following
1 Precinct No. 10. Miami Sec 2A. In the high school this morning -
x are the Inspectors: and clerks J. Kolb F. W. Hahn V7 W.
the
OCTOBER WEATHER with the total number of papas now
each polling place designated la Prout. Inspectors: J. M. Burdlaa. In that Institution being forty-nine
precinct:
What Put CosxUtkMM Make Possible clerk. Court HOBS
Precinct No.
1. SturtRarr Precinct No. 11. Cocoanut Grove
r IB This Heath Richard. H. W. Beeaey. Walter Andrew Hardle. B. S. Potter J. A READING CIRCLE

Kltchlac. inspectors; C. W. MePherSOB. W. Galloway inspectors; Richard
Th following data covering a clerk.
period Kltchlag star
Carney, clerk. Shone More Composed ol Yowma Woeam Formed
of eighteen year*.have beea compiled Precinct
No. 1. Jpltr J B.
Precinct: No 12 Catler W. A.
from tile weather bureau rec- ; by the W__'. CUb
Isler R. M W. Hill. J. T. Zeigler.
d Cooper. C W. Watson. A. T. Dun, d
ords at Jupiter and an Issued to Inspectors: J. 8. Hepburn clerk. inspector; C. W. Wlllard. clerk.
i show the conditions that have prevailed School bouse Brown I: Moody warehouse (From Dally Metropolis Oct. i.V I

daring the month la question Precinct No. S. West Palm BeachR. Precinct No. 11. Silver Palm. The Womaa Club met la regular
for the above period of year B. Realer. H. T. Grant. C.
C. A. Goesmaa. Will Anderson J.H. session yesterday afternoon Th*
but must not be construed a* a fore- A. Lopes Inspector. D. A. Allea, of
Costello Inspectors; C. O. Boat, report the librarian showed
east of the weather condition for clerk. Old fire hall. clerk School house affairs of the library to be In .a ta.1

I's the present month of October: Precinct No 4. Boyaton W *>, Precinct No. 14 Deerll ld- J. 'I cellent condition The club! decided

Temperature Mean or 'normal Cox. R. H. Rousseau I. R. lank.Inspector F Saxon F H. Cheteboro Robt. I to establish a young ladles reading I

71.1 degree The warmest month *: A. W. Oarnett. clerk Gelger Inspectors; E. A looms, circle, and upon request Miss FUttle I
was that of October 1102 with an
Packing house clerk. Green packing house Carpenter consented to superintend 3
average of 71 Oi The highest Precinct No 5. W. .
Delray WJBlackmer Precinct No IS.Danla AC. the same I
temperature was 14. on October 1. 1 H. J. Sterling T. M. Me- Frost J. W Mnlllkln. P. Htnsea. I The first meeting will be held ou I
1102. and the lowest ,
temperature Rae inspectors( ; L. G.Lymaa. clerk Inspectors; R. C Stanley clerk Thursday afternoon at four o'clock i
was 40 on October 2S. 1900
school housePrecinct .
H Council chamber at the club room. Mesdames Card

Prl''lpltatloll'rII. average for No. C. Pompano I. I. Mr J. C. Bnrtenhaw. supervisorof ner Homer and Hlckson were appointed -
the month was 6. 77 Inches The Hardy \V. H. ,
McNab J.W.
Pearce registration' U now busy revisingand as members of the music R
average' number of days on which
inspectors L. G.
; Harper clerk correcting the and art committee
resist'ration list
01 or more of rain fell was IS The
House Store
and otherwise preparing for the election The next meeting of the club will i.. '
greatest; monthly precipitation was Precinct No. 1. Fort Lauderdale be a reception to the leathers of I
21 It Inches In October 104. and r
the public schools with an especially
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the leant monthly precipitation was

o amount 1.1.1 f Inches of precipitation In 101 The recorded greatest In HARMONY mmmiw mm OF B. p. w. economic arranged on education program Mr. Guild by and the Smith household committees chairman -- :,

any twenty-four consecutive hours
of the former and Mr*. R. CicG3Aey

'I was 13 IS! Inches humldltA"er'Ke on the IStb 104Relative at 8 MO mm IMPORTANT mm WERE DISCUSSED D \ Excellent: .' chairman papers were of the read Utter byMesdames I: o

:a m. 81 ; S pm. 79 I
Jack Graham and C W
Clouds and 'f'alb..rTbf' aver -
I Gardner on the early history ot EDg-
u ag. number of clear days prevailingIn
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the month were' 10: partly cloudy I (From Dally Metropolis. Oct r I Sth street between Avenue B aDdRoul..ard. ,,1.Dd.

days IS cloudy da:.... 8W Harmony still prevails among the Them gentlemen' consisting t' r
Ind- The prevailing winds were members ef the Board of Public I of Messrs Homer BoydChallle |New Delivery Wagon
I and Moore t Preparing for a large butlnen this
protested that the
from the northed with
an average I Work, or at least that was the
velocity of 11.01 miles The highest: I work was not bring done according winter Mr John Seybold the ltu o
velorlu kttalned was 72 mile from characteristics of last night mf'et-I to the agreement reached at the pre- street baker and confectioner ha*

s the west on the 11th 1 *U. Ing la which McKlnnon. Prout and vlou meeting and proceeded' to recite I purchased a handsome! new delivery h
: Leffler. the three commissioners. that the line of grade had been magon of modern type to be used

NOTICE TO CREDITORS aid 'amen to toe suggestions and withdrawn In. point nearer' Avenue this winter In delivering bread.eir'

I __ wishes of one and the other There B, than had been Intended' and stated -
, ; was little business to be transacted and from which point the grad that to be denotedn/ cutting the
In the Court of the County Judge however. and after about one hour to the Boulevard was to begin The grass and weeds from the thoroughfares .

State of Florida Dade County feastlag on the little things produced board proved very apt and agreeable leases' Leffler and VcKlw' I
In re Estate of S. L. PattersonTo
. e al': all was at an end scholars and after the gentlemen non thought w>. too and then rol-
Creditor Legatees, Dtstribn
., all Person the meeting was opened by Chairman had flnlshed their recitation MrMcKlnnon lowed the question where to gt rock rnt
tees and having claim I
or demands against said estate: McKlnnon announcing the sale requested' that they put for completing that part of Sth street
...J Tou and each of you are hereby of II.000 emergency city bonds to their desires In writing This wa* west of Avenue' B An Injunction
I notified and required to present any the First Natlanal Bans at par. It done by )lr. Homer and the writIng l prevented the board from removing {
!claims and demands which you or waant said but the feeling of good waa a* follow: any material from the street' east

either of you may have against the boy" prevailed Next In order was "We. the property owners ask of \venue B Various suggestions
1 s I crate of S. L. Patterson deceased a report from City Engineer >red that the grade be established on 8th were made. but nine seemed feasibk

tz late of Dade county Florida to the: erick that the work on 7th and bib I street' between Avenue B and the until Mr Prout proposed that be s

I undersigned administratrix of said streets was progressing nicely bo I Boulevard running from manhole in meet with Supt. Codmsn at 7 :lu .I

t estate within two year from the date wa* the meeting center of Avenue B to a point three clock this morning and hunt some
hereof. Here Mr Prout came In evidenceby hundred feet east of Avenue B. with high places about the streets in the

I I Dated September S. A. D. 1XXJtssl calling the attention of the engineer Just sufficient fall to give flow of city: from which' rock could be i* 3.

I D PattersonAdmx. to the fact that he had n.. water and from that point to carry moved The suggestion was a winner
Eat 9. L. Patterson heed the top dressing to a certain grade to the manhole In the center and If the program did not _
part of 7th street nearest to Avenue of Boulevard" carry an earlmorning drive was
September legal Papers D. ..n not being done properly The board conceded In the requestand Indulged

During the month of September I 'm.Mt McKlnnon had noticed the the' city engineer! ... Instructed This flnUhed the Important bnsInens -
' KS paper were filed for record lathe thing, too, and one endorsing to get busy this morning and fix tefore' the meeting aDd the
office of the county clerk Of I the other the engineer was Instruced I I the I grade as requested board as a whole. one. two three bRent

. these t7 were deed of conveyance tehe the matter attention aDd Mr Prout waa heard again thl approved and ordered pad' out

-, and tt mortgage. leaving 41 pa.rsof i, ,apply a remedy time In regard to street Improvement itandlsg bills amounting to nearly
dlffereat styles such U leaaea.blll.i, At till point a diversion was takijea. *. He was emphatic la declarIng 12.000 Thus ended another chap '

of Bate, agreements lid aUsfaetionjf I the board hearing another com- ![ that all street paving. etc. mast ter la the record of Miami Board r

saortfaf j plaint from the property owner ot |I be t-Ushed file week, the time after ,'u ... Work
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!Public Schools of Miami Opened I{ JURY SUSTAINED -Florida- East Coast Railway i.



The Professions With Large Number of Pupils Uil Tkie Cart !Ik M. h Effect Setafcr If, I 1'I I,
THE
ATTACHMENT
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PATTERSON & EKWIXAttornejraAtLaw. I t From I>..lly Metropolis., Oct. 1) ,r'.term. A* a result of Saturday's -i. wisp ays. : f. .s..a..- .. .,..... _J...Jertwt1Ie. .1I1e ..Lw A' 7 J._ T. ....- t..

The Miami high and 'alerting of the faculty teachers hare ''III 7s N Ve. ...., ..tit A.asatl.e .. l.pe Isar_ ,
&ramm.rIIC'ho..1tI : ben assigned followshits. Caw of Miami Realty Loan and UPp" 111_ .... .. H..II.. ...... .. I .1s s .17 .
oined this under as s .pse ,
morning I I \I h. .. rhla&t.., a tops. ... .
Will prwrtif I. all cu.nti Si, tmi rod..al"loretal more favorable auspice than ever )lrGabp)'. Mh grade: Miss Guaranty Company n Ximanie ; OixmP" I f=- As- .:.. J= ." f Yp. Finis
Its ::: t :
... before Scholar were In attendance Sa ndera. 7tb grade. Miss Klngsley. _' yp. M..
. ... prrt l facIIIIM ao.... Las e s If s I t s l I.s.t early and at the hour of aasenibly. 61h grade: Miss Martin 5th grade: Bros.-Grew Out of Bniinesi I .. ""iHrMT... .a.t_ I'Ilw.' ..-..::-,, ...... ..a..... 1fat.o.!Mane Lw S..--I sJlb.i_
i'r 401 were gathered In the t o.toIIM7. YISY4rLAUL : tl Pipe u eiweii.. .. -
udltorlnra. 45 for the high school 'I Id and 4th grade; Miss Mltelle. I. Difference : MH4K > :! op. : :: ..::::: ,:,.' .tesst.:..: 1r I I Ups sipa a e. .

t R.K.CHAJ'CJL and 156 In the grammar ..cAool.witIIa 2d and Id grade: Mis McCol- N s __. 111 111__ I -" ....... ... ... .lea-ad ..... > M_. a I eas sass i .
. number of other to be enrolled lough.; 1st and Id grade; MlM An'gerlne : tape ....... .... Feet 157555 oa..ae. a tapr sss E
} and assigned after the examination and Mia Colyer. lit grade. iris I-:;:- A.. : : :. :: : .sew Suyrs.: = :;: : = '

t DENTIST. tomorrowThe Prof. Bennett Miss Carpenter.. -u-- .._ ANt f'Lai: a.Ns:-"_ Lw .asps- .-li.-- ,
II... 4 u_ i I | .....I.l"c! m.,* .
f o. I. 'll"a_ a.IWI.r exercise consisted of aong Mia Bayae and Mlna Jones will constitute ( Prom Dally Metropolis Oct. 1)) II -- i Sep s I I"T ..... no...es QIJ Js..Uss}f II I' .taps fu a se tars p. 1 ;
.yer. etc.. after which each teacher the high school force. School The rate of the Miami Realty, -f
pr : =-i-:= :::: ::
c..r--.6...M B M. Uik Mon began to gather her flock and will commence actual work tomorrow loss and Guaranty Co.. against -iLf:: : :: ::....::--.i ..:..,:.:...'.. ..-t: -f- : ass
II", ,.. A'... ....... .. TIt..U.. ... .. .
, XI.&XL. rwmDH. prepare for the actual work of the morning it :10.: i Xlmanlei Bro, U now holding the -11-Isis:me i I1.rt. ::.. .... ..1Iu.-: .: ..-... .1L. I.M.ai, t a a., t
... attention of Judge Jones In the Circuit .... ,... ................ 1Ar a a ..,. 11 irk_
r. JLTH580H. Court. It la a suit In attachment .. W. ,: Ns"fy. +
Work of Fire Ifr 1-5E 11.: : ... .: :. Ar :Y
( Prompt Department and grows out of a difference I ..:..:.::.:::::,:Rash isdge :: : :: Ls iE i .....
III the 1 __ ....... .. ....
ATTORNEY AT LAW. operation of the business of tar. Fists alUe.. .. .. s.
I Uut -- .. ..... !IIIet......... It ;- I ttue
'-'i ......, aSMWttea glvsaiau _..,..... ... Prevented Big Early Morning Blaze he Miami Cigar Co granted a charter 1 : : top. I- ..' .. .. U rM I n.. i
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: : vela.
tMtt** < Tlttes.ttn In rebrniry and conducted bat bps : :: :::... K l..et.: .. : I u a :; -1
Of.... as. Up. ... ... .. .F.o Fare.... traI!
0... eU BwlMlM.MIAMI a few months when the dlsagreement sa. s ii, .......:.: ..... .T1Dkwtls... .. N W.. 11 NM
W AM1e.a. I came. Attorney W. W Erwin s s iis I ..........:.. .......N 17a. It is .
FLORIDA Na. Nr. : .. ....... .... ... J.sw..os ti. 11 tbp. -
represent Xlmanlet Bro, and a alp. I .......... ...... .Stasis a oa.. I 11 wee t
I Price A Rand appear for the Miami tat,_ ...............Bass tioss4... Nava. NI.p.
.f:" ENLOE Dentist ( From Dally MetropolU. Oct 1) ,1 floor and the occupants narrowly Realty Loan and Guaranty Co. The /.rs 7 to,. (I- ............. Sea l..lw ...., -. I .s sus.1_ Nips N M S
GILLESPIE .t6ua .
1 1"'
I The Ore department did an excellent : escaped, one woman baring her hair caw was taken up yesterday afternoon Nse .11",.. ... ....... ...tay issa' .. s. loss Innis a svgs. /

. ornci nodes, piece of work yesterday mornIng -: singed. and an evening tension was sapsS

'1- ..A.III.r.M. In topping and eonflniaf what The firemen responded promptly held at 7:10: o'clock. The came continued N.575 E j sip. :.. .. .Feet. I.a.dsdsi. !s [tsp.
.t. OfTICE-T....T -..iMmaaWUBJUCK. and within a few minute had the this and 7 lips Mp. : .:::./>...Hail.as.l.lusta. i Han I i lisps '.;
morning at
. ( noon a .
SU ac.Mr H- vardKJAKL threatened to be a serious conflagration flame under control using but little 7 ... I a.pe .. Lesaw (It, .. I sus.. >e .Z
verdict was rendered anitalnlng the 7 KuN W airs Sr .............., Viet, 0 m to
i fLOBIDA. In the two story frame betiding water, and thereby doing small damage attachment. .aa 1s. .......... Masi. Lw 1Tas 7.Mps ..a
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l oa 10th street between Avenue to the furniture and other content --- tats :: : :: Arl.: : : ess.t.ad i.': U =

\j D and E, occupied by Capt. Slgsbee of the house. Had the Ore -
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". lUBUK iL D. Sew east '
H and other gained a little more headway a serious KxprrlmmaJ: Station a raekw Can Qw UalD.. hi sad 79: burst;'l.etsy.'an.; ..n U"' ...u.*a...!,ts.OSM -
Dr. John Gifford of Cocoannt Lally eneept anat.' .
The lire about .:11I _
originated
I emop faist. conflagration would hare re- = -
Grove has leased to' the U. S. Depart lf 1---- =
o'clock and the belief 1* It wa started salted. ... .. It 1II
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Hun OfTirn: III. D.p.sleH A. C mert of Agriculture, .
seven and
.. by rat*. When the department Chief Hardee ., ..., I I sYreet a.uu II. u wes a.n irs
*r.SW4B.S> estimate the damage one-half acre of land on Elliott's: M =, I := ...., .; ....
all_. YIp,.. A>a MIABI received the alarm flame and amok to the building at 171. and that Key for a period of ninety-nine "
FI BIBA. were bursting from the window of the furniture not over a ..Imllar.moa.t. yes O.pa, is tar. \OtoWIlth-b., ". J..wllle _' .-. .-. Iii; '
Ito 7. .
'I The land will be used for experimental I.slip. 1s ,,. tops -- '". .nuns. Jaea.eUN L.. .' f .
: the kitchen located on the second purpose IB connection withand = e,_' :: =: : sp.1 i{ : =: :: t4M. nssea :: 7178.7 Zt.I'alas ""
JOB s. ruoiucx /.p. dip. :......attsatte 1Msea. :. 7 =: :: : = '
under the control of the sass
Jrr7- Mtamstation. 1 a_I/ers) 11_1... 7 Np.1 I"A'... .Jtayport .. ..La' .
N..Il 5s S
CIVIL ENGINEER The work of the .opss
preparing

=A t AND SURVEYOR. MATHER[ AND STRICKLAND WILL TEST[ THE[ !ground and will on It commence will be conducted at a* earl1d.te ra- -muisLuI AD OWDE (ILL STWSIIP COmcnOllS AT_lUlL

t I- 4dMry.rwMM., '':Mb Bus Dtvi4Lss at Lanw.MIAML i... ,PeSimi, eons experlmeata: IB the culture of Ceaaectlea lUe et Sisal. aSh S4aMale*-..-Ik. f. a -0.S. (. c..,..;

o... _r..N.o., tropical fruits and pliat Havana and Key West.
rL01UD: VALIDITY OF CITY LIQUOR LIMIT LAW ,

!lothIq te Feu.Mothers lOVT1QOVDa tl t tattou.a ;.

Li VIAYI .Tsadays aatardays..11 L. Havata .. .h.rriar....... it i.sti
S. .. ZICiHIOX3J Ar agY sob'T. aadusMraUs.dsys 1 = I ar ggy wrwy : : m.nd.t..... S a>, iAddltk t
need bar no hedtancy Ls gtT tr0'T.::: wsda.sfaya := Ls g tT wgtrr 'ses .,.. h
HAY1lA.
REAL ESTATE. In continuing to give Chamberlala'* Ar Tk.ed.y. Ar YlA71L.Filar, = := ,

(From Dally MetropolU. Oct. 1) nee tomorrow morning when the Cough Remedy to their little one. >Ml Salllat ketwe**] Key west sad Haraaa- .- lLv ,
}- tour PKiramg CHANT 'JMO COMMHKOTAtT '
rCBUCTATi For the purpose of testing tae ralldlty taM will be called.Mr. Worley representing ai It contain absolutely nothing laJuriea. IItT wpJrr.. ,JIt'rIda,.. __ L. RATA5A..Ts.ds.MwM.y. 1' .55 .%
( AT Liaui of the city ordinance creating the defendant sad City Attorney This remedy not only pet ,, Al AVA-A. .T.ssdays. eats lsyw _ss j I At GET wgsy T.s.days._.,.. s asps '

f\ MIAMI FLORIDA and maintaining a liquor limit withIn antler the city of Miami. bat feelly It la safe a medicine to give small of great thUd worthand reD. Train Discharge ra...san at Ships .Side. N. Tra..L i ;'[
. the sonnies ;jnTi.
\ corporate of the city A warrant and affidavit was
reg- merit. It baa a world wide reputation ..Taw..aw tts..a.Neh ... te: vse;; a.w
of Miami. Hear R. J. Mate tae w pseud
are and study lasaed gainst the 4.feDda.t.Iot.oc1a ... .......... _. .. sa e.y..l ,
H. P. BRANNl! G, Strickland for Its cure of coigha.coldt R M' tbNr .... as .155.055.at ,... 11- sat II ass gwua.1.o ,
this moralag opeaed ) by the city attorney charging saw II Ills(b.paay Is be avid n.psarw ore say Ails...say r
_' ....., oil ....iwfr ap a saloon at the corner of Second them with doing a business withouta and croup and can always be r r s.asg.s.'s.sYlsa tss4sa Z'"

street and A.enue D. and war..ab.queatly licenae. The line o.f d.f..... UU lied upon. For sale uy Blacayne FM- Copy: .! tM LOCAL TIME CARD r Other Infenamtioei ;,.+.
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t ABsatM Cefccfhe Mran
*. n> : Drag Company **d all drvgglst "
arrested "SEE THE TICKET :
tail '-Ir l SMi Ut by City Marshal aaderatood. will be on the grounds AGENT. ,"
-: Hardee on the charge of doing that the creation of liquor limit by J. D. RAHNER. Aut. O a1 Pmu. At-. ST. AUQUSTINB FLA. ',-If
: Wet Palm Beach :: Flonda basin*** without a llceaae.PreTloa I the city: of Miami la aacoastltutlonal Many Attractive Rates

to opening .p for kaInea *- and In the event of a decision beta* .

m a tender of Ike amoaat of alit rendered against them la the city ATExtremely

jiMta rturaxxa, Uoenae for doing a liquor baata*** court an appeal will be taken to the
\ ATTORNEY AND war made to city clerk and tlncena circuit eoart. now In elon here. Low Rates SEABOARDAir \{

collector ![. R. Kellam std refused The extent of the business con VIASouthern
: COUNSELOR AT LAW.
by him on the groaad that ducted by defendant at the Um. of
0........, tad .... fNM, ma. ,eat ... the proposed place of bnalne** was arrest conalsted of a small ).
1'' rs. si,... ..,.../ 0...wu-. outside the liquor limit of the city one bottle of liquor and glaaae counter for Railway Line
wrrwa* n Wane BUKL Lwk laze RailwayFOR
t ** prescribed by ordinance. The parties wring the aan- Just enough to
KUKI. FLORIDA. .
t then proceeded to open for bna-be considered Ifetallr a barroom. from Jacksonville ......
i ness without a license., the same The outcome of this test case I. a .

W. C. MAYNARD, being followed by their arrest. matter of Importance for If the :

The defendant, anticipating arrest court declare the creation knd ,
'.I' for doing business without a maintenance of a liquor limit unconstitutional I34.M- Toronto. Ont. and return .

city license had prepared for legal It will be possible foes Ticket on ale September 12 to IS: '.. <(
action by aecarlng the vertices of Attorney 'a saloon to open anywhere In the limit September 24; extension: to October Savannah. Columbia Camden. Southern Fines \;

O. A. Worteyand appeared city of MiamI. when as It U now 24. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore .ly i
'to.1SAt'auta. ,
before the municipal court this they Ga., and return
are restricted to a designated
morning. They were swora on tkelrrecognlcance territory, eliminating the residential Ticket: on la Sept. 12. 13. 1(. land Philadelphia. New York 1 -
."t JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. IS; limit September 25; extenilon Two
Elegant Trains
and released
Daily.
upon a portion of the city a* much a*
Perfect flttiag, easy wearlpK laws* bond of US each for their a,,.,,- potI8I b Ie. to October 10. Seaboard Express ntlAtlantic
are a great comfort. With our exten .110n- Atlanta Ga., and return Seaboard Malt _I
etve apparatoa and large eiperieQcehere Tickets on sale. September 2) and 20:

t is no nee work. Pasta reaeooabl Captain Lina Beecher Is Inventorof limit October L extension to October Modern (I'ullinaa Equipment. s
.. We repair matches Clock*. 22d.
Jewerly and tfpecUcle. A portion rfTOUT 20.70 Richmond k'a and return '

trade asked for. Located on ATM Flangless Center Ticket en sale October 1: limit October ONLY T.TTT.E3t
., D between Itth and tilt S&.. Railway System >.

.;1 W. C. MAYIIfAItD.J.o. .44 70- San Francisco and Los Angel tpvlttU I d11Iy t rooi slitpen nom Julwtrtlli u In odes r?

Jea.1.r5.detNasW Dstl.lat.a **, one way (aecond etaaa-
yt
''t.... to'. II a Drricc For A.urhe Absolute Safety at High Speed and 1W1.IY Ticket to October on 31.tale. dally to September U t-r-

... .t'r1 J Traffic> of all Kinds Tke laTcadoa Described. 137.00-: Washington D. C.. and rturn. For full information sisal sleeper reservations call on any agent ol th
Ticket on sac' dally to September Seaboard, or write Cl
; PATENTS -- 30; limit October 31.M .
\ i 05 Chicago. Ill, and return i

(From Dally Metropolis, bept. II) I(lug the work of flanges by pre slng T Ticket on sale dally to September 4. 0. McDOHHELL lztt GtiL PUS m JieboiiiHf FU
C. us eerttwe s.tlr..as Capt. Una Beecher. of tbl*. city, both aide of the center rail knj .*.0: limit October 31.
-;'. I.I the Inventor of a flancelevi. center that making running smooth safe .to8ar.10It., N. T.. aad n

.t ....its. I salt COU WTMCL rail railway system, a deuce for I i land without jar or friction The turn via New York allowing ten dajrHop F. C. BOYLSTON. Pa... A -t.
lui..r .h 'a..rtyus .res. Lti absolute safety at hjjh speed and guide wheel*, or roller n.e,". run over la W..1tlalrlon. BaltlmorrPhlladeipiis \
..srr ud sA..rhr lsr, railway traffic of all kinds. ping against
Copt the center rail make or New York. Ticket
a't Pabst ed Wi.rsl Pm..Estt..hWw Beecher has been an Inventor for practically no gauge hence the eaiy on aa.. dally to September 30; limitOctober __ C.

+ Ir eaa..4.s es.. sta..t1s.r est.. thirty years and for the past Bfteen and safe turning of curve without 31.

yean has made a study and specialty > friction and with a great savin* ofpo..pr. Man) other attractive raiea.
of high: speed and railway Inren- preventing the spreading of For further Information apply to Coast Line ill s

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GASNOWTNI tlona.Amon rail or breaking of* wheels and

( his invention ire the causing a laving of weight cost of T. K. McCALL
1 Beecher Single Rail System the rolling stock and track. THROUGH SCHEDULE f
City Passenger and Ticket Aft.
T I{ Monorail system with projectile al- In case of "washouts" or other Florida .:'
lamiaum car*. Magnetic Air Brake, derangements It Is possible to incline JAMES FREEMAN Georgia, Alabama Virginia North Carolina -

.".. ;YBR.Umf'U._- etc Several experimental track the track to an angle of 45 degree Ditttict Pmaccnger Agent and South Carolina

were built for these system, and without derailing the ear while 108 The of Travel
Weat Bay St., Jacksonville F.a great Highway between :.i
one short line In Canada for regular In motion. The difficult problem of

4 traffic the famous Later"loop the captain the loop Invented 7 and more starting power on curve Is required I* solved on turver as no PHONE 742 r 'lor ida and the East and \West. North and Sooth nI

url* applied his Monorail system to the than on a tangent. The o.,<.y advantages Low Round Trip Rates

thl device, which made a success of this of this system can hardlybe : Cao..steat Sen."" Elegant Pnllmaa Zqal..'.'. Msgnlleenl Dialnf Car I
n wonderful and popular amusement.Cant. enumerated. The greatest advantage taL.&N.. R. R. ));

Beecher has been at work over the common flange Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER !
for the past three year on his system I* at high speed, when a r
DaniteleM: system and pronounce It solute safety I* guaranteed with o-oLouisville&lashvilleR.R Celebrated V FLORID AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

MOST MAOAZXfl' far superior to any of hi* previous large: saving of power lighter; gat Trains ] MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. i: :
M THE WOtLD" railway Invention Today be exhibited ton and rolling stock and consequently ,

c Ask TOWT anradealct for this superbtnaraaue. the model of the device In lighter tr.tkt\ \ correspondingly The Louisville Nashville Railroad COY L\iK\T METHOD: or TIUVELIX '..:

If be doe not handle it operation to a Metropolis representative leas expense.In will sell round trip rate from JackonVilla Untie Coast Line one thousand mile tirkete gnat over ".\JIG niilee
/ Bend.h.same and address with and It I I. mated the above a few advantage' of I. of rail I'
fear that he ha already to point shown on date Indicated road, embracing all portion of the [)oath.011 sale a! all principal agencies :
v yams sad address and lot for sample had an offer to adopt the system the FI.nKeIN' Rail System hay. Proportionately low rate rate of lira eaeb. Lilted to one year from date of parebaa.. for full, a* .

r. Refvlar pace tjc. Itesteu on a high: peed elevated rail I been shown, but too much stress cannot from other point plete aid reliable Information regarding rales scnedales Pullman &Hyl.,.eom._.
paper. be brought to bear the advantages
road of about three hun-irei M'le upon U4 OS- Chicago. ITU ( and return Write

Barr PablUfctat Coeapmny In I length: between two large cities Ik ot this system it hUb Tickets on sale dally to September Frank C. aoylatna. Diet. Pas*. Agt. W. p. Btark, Traveling I Pa*. Agstt s
4 West 2M ftiw New. Ysrk CNyAn she lilted State Below 1* a description speed. Railroad managers and the ISA W. Street
i 30. and limited to return until Oc Ray ckAaville.. ria.:
of the system as furnished public are demanding the hlcheii
r { by Captain Beecher. peed possible, and at the same time Slit.J57 W. J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, :N.' C ;'

Awful 0\I0qtI Cued demand safety. In this system the. tO-DenTer. OotoraJo Spring or j' ;
The advantages of this system ov-
4 '..cars are locked: flrmly on the Iran k Pueblo. Col and return Oa sal e
T the ordinary track railroad withflangeleiu : 1,
Two year ago oar little ,girl had ; car wheel, are many fte > with no poanlblllty of derailment by dally until September 30th. Final
hurricane cyclone, etc.. no danger; return limit October 31
Al a touch of pneumonia, which left system is absolutely sate the err
of broken rails or flangeno; : spreadIng .40- Hot Spring Ark and re S
be ,
her with an awful cough. (She haopell can not derailed can not jump
of track and other advam -
many turn. Ticket sale Final
on dally
the track at curves or switches, and p
.Y' of coaghlag run ...e One with broken rails are unknown economy ,i!ages which appeal to the experienced retara limit >0 dan from date ol PAIHTCR'S ja"- BEST .
the railroader and traveler
whooping cough and som sale
oa maintenance or track and rolling i
thought she would DOt get: well stalL \\ e got a bottle of Cbaraber- steady and smooth running; and .:gn.ge of track whether aurface.'" I summer tourist ticket will\ be on trued')

4 Jah,'. Cough Remedy vhldb acted omits the sharpest curve pt he ,I vated or under ground using; any. I sale to various resorts Full Info } ,
It con hi applied to nnv ro. d 1
like a charm She stopped] eoe gh- highest speed without danger of.lurching. .' power. matlon, schedule, time tables, etc 0 FLCMUaca
now In o rat'oD. aging the I'rP1Il'Dt( w }t, ,
lag tad gut Most and f.t.'I' write I{ will\ be famished promptly l oa appll r" ._ AQeat ..,{
equipment until worn out ('b* :
Ora r.1:1"t
Mr* Bnseard. Bnibaker. lit The wheels. are without flano. Ito 1..nll.... ration toe
;l the flangeles system st "
This remedr I* for sale by Biacayne the guide! wheels running ai rljht land running both systems over Ih ; E Herring. Florida Pas. Agt I

Drag Co. and all dragglsu. angle with the traction wbMis, do-j,'I same track' without Inconvenience. No lit W Bay St.. Jacksonville. n.... {

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KICTTT THK MIAMI MRTROPOUS. FRUm. OCTOBER a. clod K1CHT.FAOaW 'i1
",.

EDUCATIONAL DAY AT I I\i..


Itf f FLORIDA STATE FAIR: $750Worth

Dont Miss 1- ;



At th snsseiitlon: of late Superintendent FamousStetson =-_ -_ __ ____
W.I. Hollonaj. Hon, T.
We All Know That I J L, Brown. president of the FlorId ''
State Fair AawxUtlon. ha. designated
i Friday, November 2Jd. t* i I
Educational 11ay The foIto"iBf circular Hats
I! letter Iwued by bupt Hollo- I, ,
{
is VirtueAnd I way. hat been lent to every school ,
1 Economy a In the State

TalUhaawe Fla., Sept 28 r
To the Seb t 'ys
of FloridaPrealdent : :
T. J. L. Brown has
Everybody should improve their condition kindly contented to designate: Friday -,
November Sid aa EducationalDay ,
at the State Fair to be held In
according to circumstances which govern the the city of Tampa, the metropolis I I

needs of family requirements, in order to do of"A South building Florida.will be dedicated *ole-I
I ly to educational reaearchea. Ab-
this; you should TAKE ADVANTAGE of our olotely l no exhibit other than edacatlonal -
la character will be allowed '
.I In thus building and for the ant I
time In the history of the State of ;
Florida the educational advantage
of the State will be liven ample i ,
Sale space In which to be properly dta- I
Special Bargain played to the thousands of visitor Just Arrived At -
''
to the fair. Every school and college -
either public or private. owes,1 6 i
to Itself and to the State of Florida
the dtur of being represented "
The premium list I. so varied a* Sewell
a' at which we are sacrificing goods in every every to give school every and eoanty every. every Individual town, Bros.s

.
indent an opportunity to win apm. I
department in our store; this will be the last: ..
"A sum of more than a thousand
Bargain Carnival of the season.Don't dollars has been appropriated by tae

forget that this sale ...vill end on prominent Fair Association citizens and and lubeerfbed educators br of i I ALL the new colors and Stylesnow

_
the State for tbeae different prt .
Apply at once to Hon T. J. L. ready for your inspection. ,
Brown Tampa Florida for a premium -
list We are the largest dealers in Stet
Oct. 6th Exhibit will be permitted fo be
Saturday phased la the Educational building ,
Hats in the
son South.
up to the date designated a* Educational '
Day, but application for
r spare ahould be made at early M I And the oldest dealers $4.00in

; which will be the final closing of all Bargain possible"I sincerely hope every school In I Dade $4.50in
count Come
the State will send an exhibit to the .
Sales for the year 1906. We quote a few items, State Fair this year A program i
appropriate to the occasion Is being and see them. Prices $5.00
but have thousands of others besides, all of educator prepared of Several the country of the most will noted visit tPt

the Fair on Educational I
Day and
which are offered at aStupendous address those In attendance let

educational that will be conference of greater will' be' AD.I 500 Sewell Special 2.50 Hats

than any conference of the kind ,
er held In Florida I 44i
Reduction "From an educational standpoint }
for all the studee'* of the State and 500 "Sewell Special $2.50 hats
many of the teacher a trip to the Just
I I
beautiful and progressive city of I
Tampa and an attendance of a day I arrived. These hats are strictly up-
upon the State Fair would prove I f

4.00 men's Douglas shoes S2.90 2.50 men's Douglas Shoes $1.90 ents the very county to Instructive allow boards the school and" children supertatend.I and, I to-date in both Colors and Styles.

teachers to attend 'he Fair on Educational They are better than t
3.50. men's Douglas shoes S2.60 Zl5 men's Hoyt's Shoes, $1.75 the teacher Day without low of time to
r most theedollarhats $2.50j
I would be glad to see M.j
every
f' 3.00 men's Douglas shoes SZJO There be DO mon wheD these an closed out school board member and county -
superintendent la attendance upon .
this occasion atao

ear i. 7 had I em c1b.: net . .. . .5c 7S em mea'i blue work SJdrts.now..44c Tour WM Hollowsy very truly, j
w K; 7 sad 1 cat Aprn GlnAam DtW. .. .k 51 cat Elsstlc Seam Dnwen, IIOW. .. .39c 8UU Bupt. hbllc Instruction" 300 Tougli as a Pigs Nose 1.50 hats

t.. ant 11e cMng ... . . . . .5c 7S tint ScrIma: Drawers, DOW. . .. .64c

f em Lescbla DtW.. . . . . 6c 51 ant I&IbrlUu Shirts DOW. . 29c nnisr 300 "Tough as a Pig's Nose" Hats ,
...29c
.
t.i i 11 cat 1leacbtsg new..7c 51 cat I&1briUu Dnwen .

1214 ant l1eac1dDL/ nit .1 the Loom. .9c, 7S cat IIn'l ,yeralli BOW. ... .. .69c just arrived. These hats are world

i J.Z em BOIIespllL DtW. . . .. .. .5c 11 cent 11I111'1 half boss, DR. .. .. .7c
: IJ-Z ant Bomupuu DtW. . . . 7c IS cent lIen'l ball boss. DOW. . . ..IOe beaters. Come in and
: IZJ-Z oat White Own now. . . .IOe U cent men'l Mil hose, DOW. . . ..lacI
.;; lSe White Lawn DOW. . . . . .Ue SUO lIIen'l Wool Bats lOW. . . . .98c see them. Sale price -$1 .5 0

: 1Z ud IS cestPertala. now. . . . .9c $1.50 11I111'1 White Duck Pants now. . .89ctSc

10'; crown L1Dm.lOW. . . . . 20c IS cent LlDeD COWrs flow . . . .1Oc35c

IroWli L1Dc l,DOW. . . .. . 27c U centSIIJpeneerslow. . . . .22er .
lSe Dress Gtnbara now. . . . . .Ue SI cent Suspenders,now ; . . . .3Qc
,.: lie Chambray. cruets: now . . . .8c $5.00 MeD'S Trousers, now .. . .$2.98
!>; 1c led Tkkfng DOW. .. . . .. ge $3.5 tMeD's Trousers, now. . . .$2.48 y'a
:, k led Tkkhg now . . . . 7e $2.00 Mel'l Tmrsers,new . . .$1.29 c > Eei g.
; i 15 Cent Cambric new. . . . . ..Ue 7S cent MeD'S Carpet Slippers, now-.49c
15.ZI u4 ZS cent Colored un. now . lOc 35 cent La41es' BOSl, now . . . .24e
.;, 75 cent Corset CAyen. now. . . . 3ge 7S cent White Damask now. . . . .49c i "cap- a'.
F. 'lS cent La41eI' Dnwers: now . . 59c A cent led Damuk now. . . . .4ge
t 35 cent u< .''t' cent Ladies' Skirts . . . I.50 Table Napkins lOW. . . . .$1.19

t! 7S cent u41es' towns now. . .. . : .59c S1.7STab1e Napkins. now . . . .$1.39
) 15 cent Ken's l Ilandkerchlt. DOW . lOc ZI u4 U cent ribbon, now. . . . ISc
75c u4 IM ? tn's Neckties lOW. . .39c $1.51 Mosquito tan DOW. . . . .$1.09 I .k', 1
4' 7S cent te Sl.H Iren's Caps. now. . . .49c $1.75 Mosquito Bus now . . . .SI.34 Ky i .
f SUI to $1ZS men's Dreu SDirts. DOW. ..8Qc 1% 1-% cent Linen Toweling DOW. . . lOc I MM.LOUS LtCOMB.mm j

$1.51 :men's; dress shirts. now. . . 98c 11 centjoweb. now.. . . . . 5c i
f f m MONTHS. Just drop inand Aq

; Scent ssfetypins. flow..,.... .. ..........Jc 7Sc Men's Sneaks, IIOw...... .. ........ ...... Sac I II
I ce.t hew pies ,flow. ..... ........ ... .. .....Ie I.StM .'. S.eaks DOw. ..... ...... .. .. .. ..IJ9 Operation Advocated-Saved
13 ce.t 8rictttoll g.rtera..ow. .......... ....Itc LSB.thing Sits, sow.. ................... 7tc I I By Pe-ru-na.
1/.N Mons Pan.ms Hut., Dow .... .. .. ...1.." S.N 1.41. etas shoe.. dosing ...... .... .......IN1S.N I'I
M_Panama Hats 7.St J.N Wiee fl8e aIIon. clo.ing ac....... ..... ..1." I Iu. Mr.Lo.i*t.oos a w.rd, WU, take a look at the largest hat lea
." Mew Paa.... Hats IIOW. .... ... L" J.5I bliss. fin.shoe..do.tng ...... ..... 1.71 wrt1 X
ILN Men. ....... Hats sow.. .... ........ 5.N 100 WiH fl8e --.doaiq. ...... ... .. 1..1 "I hr followed year treatateat Mclocely stock in the state. !If f
1 M aad we cannot
M -
t .."Mew P. Hats lOW. .... ..... ... to" I.St Win nne--. doaIaa .... .. .. ... .. 1.11 I veil. am MW eattrely_.
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W.AM hw therm ad ... MM
.k: :i, 1M'1.....1 awr.Ie bare mmw epentloep.s.4 please you, the rest need not try.
...
ie / ngmlm mf

S..If-We.UeB decided to write ye. M toy
Store eoBdlUea I had been svfferlnfewly
Empire DryGoods J
i year with severe pets a4headache Yours for
hat
at taste M till I ewtld a new.
II IM | earcelT stand .,.
I "Aww / tail w .." after t store
1 1't I tnstmfmt with/w r nm 4j>. aid ..
o Elliott
327 12th Miami Florida ,
J. R.
Street
Prop. .
,. | t*fnte/W tarn/ aw* anew *
I j I lipmt my thfmkt.
"I Usnk yo:many time*for Ute kia4 John
;} If You do not Need Anything, PLEASE HAND THIS to your FRIEND advice I have had fran y..." Sewell Bro.
I Write to Dr.S.K.BarlnaaPrstdwtat
? aM Hartaiaa Raattarlaa.Coluabn* /
Oh u+.for...medfcaj 4rt r ..
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