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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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rjfi'llAM1 lVIJ1J11ROPOLI8.







*> VOLE Mi: 11 M' MUEH 16 MIAMI, oars ('01 NT\ 11.l'HIIY. OCT. I 12.: li)0<5 EIU11T P.6.HES





I.: A. L COFFEE NEGRO MURDERER I I GRAND JURY IN CIRCUIT COURT ALL OF CUBA IS EFFECTED BY I'\






I PLEAD GUILTY AND GOT LIFE., PRESENTED PRESENTMENTS FAILURE OF J. ICABELLOS & CO. ;


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a misdemeanor. and remanding the i
llltlTIMI oTCI'h: mUHR" -
1 defendant to the Count\: Jail for _

,' Sentence Before trial The witnesses were recognized:" .1\XC'ULI.\ K\lU.\lUU.I:
Judge Jones j
: ,and the bond of defendant placed at Large Eanking Institutionin

fi: in Circuit Court Today I '1200 00 for his appearance In the To Judge Minor S. Jones, at 3:15: Oclock This Afternoon- : 1 Iverpoo Oct II -Tt was announced .
J'lower tribunal the Island
on the Cotton Exchange today :
;: An order was entered dl.nll..lol Many Matters Reviewed and Important Recommendations '
that K L. Chamber k Co..
were ,
-- {the suit ofi' F Lanehart v*. W F.

{ Armstrotg' Jr. et al For Improvements, etc, Made. unable to meet their difference In I "

i Another order dlamlswd the cult today aetttementaMNi I"

EXTENUATING CONOmONS ,of J. W Horner et al v* Ceo A. MejKlnnon -

,i et al. commissioners Board : IIKAI OF VERY DAMAGING EFFECT( (

,a |lot Public Works Miami The orderIdismjaaea

the Injunction brought by I, (From Dally Metrqpoli, Ocl 1\1 1 these] same complaints existed when I,+TOCK WERE nrn\rn: k

Mr Horner and otbert owning and | M 2 15 clock this afternoon the the last grand jury made their report "

'A Forced Coast to Fix the Crime in ,occupying properly on eighth street i I' grand; jury of the circuit court 'pre'sented 1 I we believe !t useless to act fut ('olnmbia Tnn.. Of't. 11.- tbl'
lecst of A* nue B.. the same having< |' ther than to call the attention of Will Result-Sitrert & Company
t to Judge ),Minor S. Jones, their i| stockyards here wl'h fifteen bunt ,
Second Dtfree.-Other Cases i'enjoined the Board of Public Work jour honor to the facts that no Improvements -
{from removing soil and grading< the ,' final presentment as follows. after bite ben m JeVe red head of hornet and cattle. muchgrain I Also (0 to Will-_Prominent Cubans

t. Injunction Against City Dismiss-i said street said removal of soil and i iI ,.which: tbe) were discharged for the I recommend that the walnscoatlng inCounty and a quantity of machinery in New York Discuss the t

i I grading Inuring their property value term: Jail be taken froji the wall were burned Ut night The Um i

ed by Order. I j-The Injunction was granted and baa as same Is In a deca>ed condition I (
$57.000ix Situation.
i the Honorable Minor S. Jones.Judge wan i !
l been In force ever since The mat I|'ITo I and a harbor for rats and other I iI .
ef of the Circuit Court Jib r
', er however. was mutually adjusted I varmints which cannot get out They' I ANew
{between the petitioners and the said i i Judicial Circuit. Dade County. die there and a t-tenrb arises which MRS. | <'()M)ITIOH \ i 1 I \ ,
Florida fall term tOe, October I II
(Board of Publfc Work. the orderof 1 1 j* unsanltart believe It to be nUTICtL TtD.'aYNi's
( From Dally Metropolis. Oct 111 2. U04.
tbe court today being In responk 1 I I foe. the best i ciitsen' ; :' York. Oct II -Tbe new of .
After baring beard toe testlmob, to a motion to dismiss the Injanc.tlon :1 We have dUi t'ntiy examined allmaters i -
I before and hive I : \ ork. Oct 11 .-The condition the failure of.l M C.hf'II011" Co -:
..of James Erwing, 8.)1 Frailer Wil J N coming us s a hath tnb U ird for the use
I 1 I returned I Indictment In case where of :Mm Jd<>r' on Davis who la 111with came aa .I great surprise to the bankIng i
Yesterday afternoon I. R Rhodcn of ,
that lie
son Vedd Louis Betbnne. Delia Er I prisoners they required ,
wrtrg and others for the state.. and I j Indicted for murder In the first de'gree the 'facts warranted such actions on to use+ same frequentlyCe roM I In regarded a* serious to hours In the financial dlstn ..:

tbe .tatement of the accused Amos, ,' our part I also lake request that another toilette i': dav< The I linens I I. not yielding to of this tit* where the head of the

X. Coffee. colored on trial In the, I'plea of not guilty V. J. Smith, I I I We hire, > T speclp) committee Ib..1 | placed In jail for use of prisoners ,treatment 'hounds was regarded a* the mostegressive ,"
.. also plead tot guilty to two chargesof i visited the several ofice of
circuli court on a charge ot marderIII (I1 I I I banker In the Cubanrner 4

th first degree was allowed by, ;i committing a crime against na- Countv The I Wi request the County t'ommlsslonet %TLAVT rItK'Uy.HI.U I lean trad1Cabellos ;
office of the County Jodgewa :
.1. tare Smith wa. placed on trial 1 I:
: Judge Jones to change hi. plea u.' that hereafter they refuse
& Co
this rlsted by a committee and we I ('.\ :" \HH\ILLi.. spread their Taut '
afternoon He I I. an aged but
Dot guilty tats morning and offerthat !trene to all! persons t<. carry firetrots thelest
enterprise Indies
; find far went, or i'
so as Our Investigation; -
: (degenerate white man
; of guilty | except for good cause and also '
bomb America and as tar as Spain .
the office In excellent condition
; The plea WBS entered and argued 1 -- !I hat license be refused to ex'con>lct* '1 Nashville. Oct. II.-R.. CharlesR Sltrere Co of match Arm Manuel '
V\e also wished the office of theCounty I
; by defendant attorney Hon Ceorgu i t'iai.hl.g Steamer Mcldain ,' Clerk and found the record and habitual drunkard :Nidbet' pastor of the W e" ternPrtsbMerlan Mtviv. shore afle<*d defalcation ofa ;

A. Worlej. the jury being retired I : It I* expected that the work ton we examined to be in the best possible We bellete that the ('ouOI. Pros Church Atlanta. his accepted fIVOuOuO caused a failure satthat ...

daring argument on the tame Thes :the quarantine steamer McAdam, -utlig attorne) should co-oieriiie: | I concern had hoeD for '
conditionVe would recommend I ( a call to the 'Noodland StreetI'resbtlerlan manyTeurs
plea was accepted b* Judge Jones ,' which has been under wv, the past with the sheriff and c't ty marshal I In ih..:ir agent In the Aoxrlruncount
the floor t>f the vault be harden
: the statue providing that the court t three air four months, will hive been l!led i bringing to justice. persons who cir l'hurdl..b.lIIe.: rl** "

shall fix the degree. of the offence completed within the next ten days |' In some satisfactory manner to j ji [ID' weapons after expiration, of per -- The to firm were In the van' of ;0_
i keep 'he dust from rising and sett
:., where p",'.,* of guilty\ nv entered 'or two weeks The repair are of1.1I..b I hug! on the book and documents inLaid mtf.'e MichlctnMen Edge.t"'BaI )1&"..,., big developing) In Cuba and on shuts .

.4 Jadge Jones considering that extenuating $ a nature an to make the boat ,, vaults I\\e recommend that the (Count Cuba relied fur Its future prii"i,>'...ra )

circumstance existed In i 'entirely seaworthy and able to na"- I I have visited the .. "" ,... '' arrange to feed the ., :. re )I'rb. October 11 -. The failure-a are considered certain :iii
,
II tbe commission of the Crime bv 'oft :Icate under her own steam ft bile the sheriff aid aho fit d no cause" for f'om.1 prisoners w> as 'o divert the profits, Th. ..!*.. 'n,1I, ,'r.III.1 i I -eting o: her hue, a d-n' 1 .inn vtfn upon the lInet >..:- .

fe named murder in the aeccud deS \\\dams definitely stated that the Me j jI to the road fund Instead of to InditlduHl i's: ., Ir .1< ,:. '" ':l n- I A<.t. nf the Uun. Among .oi.itr: ;
far his! personal duty
plaint so as
free which means a life "hent nc? will b.> sent from this poet j Is I Concerned From complaints com- If 'ii< h can In. done I legois- fit .. I, >u ass oarned here t,"dm- 'in thins the failures mean the "ib,' ndonmrnt ..

.'::, The prisoner wa torn arraigned and I to Ke' \\ ...1 to bfl asod as a detention J 'A* the profits ha\e been as much as der the Presidency of T E Imldm IIr ''b.' oniprehrasive CIII"U '.
Inc before the grand we
Jl1r" request
: ao sentenced bos' In the I S Marine lint ttxt the sheriff instruct his 16 0' per monthr| 1 prixontrWith of Iron Mountain Ppwards ot I II. Ir r..lIro.ld m h"">e "

The grand JUry came into court pll.1 l errlce that the not
'd"l puilo' must uw undue -
t da,lug: the morning and rteurne,. will leave here. though It will vlolenc> In tie arrest ot trim I this would give said road fundS tale wer* present An elaborate -p.iamrj-i u taut the petted h.. v'

the following true bills prohnbl* not be belonext spring nsl : Itt per month or I..Hn( per yearor I rojEramme h,.s been arranged for h-ipi,x-nt-d\ It I it said Sits. re b.J, ,

1 there will be little use for her until almost< us much a* Is r iilrtd to the .. '.
e \\lllam: 0\ Butler slats Alex Johns |Las The core-nlttep: on public! Instruction < ( confe-euce shish will last until .'J.I".I l l In)11 It II. 1 1.1: .. ni"i .:
false check then fed the prisoners !h.. 13th ,.
ton uttering a vls'ted the school board In session dl'f..ltd for th' 1''ldf'Dr 1'\'

William A. Butler passing forged and requested that t they extendthe We recommend that the County Palma and who brought: abotit I tinrecnt .

check course throughout the 'Il\n'r Commissioners procetd at once tomake revolution a* the central .idmlmstrator .
William A Butler alia Tim Miller A STRONG FACULTY ) all road now used a* ount\
i district We don't approve of the TO COLLECT UNOPREVENT of th'.r: vast sugar plantation '
; uttering a forged 'Instrument contnrf school grade being made road. legal county roads. It conn :In ; ,.. and in* rway

William A. Batter alit Jacob less than the tenth grade becauseof : to the knowledge of the jury that the they spent money on that pi. ntatlon s.;

Wilson, altering a forged mitt'sment. I IN THE KINDERGARTEN the fact tbat so few of our pupil greater part of the rocs road In the [ BAD BILLS said one "*as amusing .
'
county Is on private propertv i ;
'have: passed In teacher examln..
.. Batter U the negro who several) I lions and only one receiving as high From the best Information can ('Hll'\(") TIOIJ4 T: !

4 weeks ago passed forged checks on j: a* the second grade certificate We' get, we find that the road from Del I OIIC.O .((1MERIC.'t!it 1 '

a the Miami Shoe Companv Isldor. I i would recommend to our superintendent ray to Boynton Is In a deplorable II ,
I
-I Cohen, D. R. Knight and other, one Teachers Among the Best That that be insist upon more c nod It Ion, caused by one or two| A Matter Discussed By Merchants Chicago 111, Ort .1 > se. "-

f.; of the Indictment covering each of I I j thoroughness In teaching : teamsters. who proceed to haul twoloads ,ond game of the series of the works ,t
:, the offence Could Be Secured School I on a wagon The road from .
;-, Opens We find that the ground of the Association Last Nil-lit-That 6 baseball championship aerie played i'
::;. An order was entered bv Judge, 'I McCrlmmon A Compan mill to yesterday afternoon vent to the Chi '
:
II Miami schools are being used as
a
lone the Indictment: 11 I I Monday Morning in the Roth' Miami Is In like condition from
declaring 'damping ground for street sweeping Oclock Closing Question Brought; i i icago Nationals by a score of 7 to 1

''" the grand Jury against Henry Price L < depart.nent. some load belnK some cause Between Miami ..odCull..r I Batteries Reulbarh and Kline

1: Building left la hills making said gronndsunsuitable the roads need repair Balance : Up Again.i ,Unite'. Owen' and SullivanEXAMINATION \

for drill or play, thereby I of cotinnty roads reported la I .s
fair COTton We "believe foal
RAILROAD WRECK forcing the pupils either In the street j '
murh of this repair work could be
: .
for
on pavemeits. and thereby endan'gerlng i FOR
I hone by lacing certain section of
I From Oath Metropoi, Oct. 10) the live of the children b\
j the road In the hand of a competent i ( From Daily Metropolis0I. It' >

; WAS A COINCIDENCESame (EI| | Workmen are engaged In fitting' passing vehicles We recommend : and reliable laborer who The meeting of the Merchants
t. : that more privacy than exists atpresent
up the seat Storeroom ot the Kotu 1 be given to the sexes as to would attend It at |pror"'r| time Thlname .. .Association last night was wen. it. THE FACULTYOf

: i building oni eat Iwetrib laborer could put In his time '
street a> closet on grounds: of Miami school tended aid Interesting among themore
not needed In repairing, bv cutting
rYv a school rom tor the Miami Kindergarten We shun n-torn :end that the >ard Important I
weed and underbrush and widening' matters consideredbeing .
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= "be enelosed with smtab'e
fencing
; school, opening next out road to render them safer for a com.nunlcatlon from the J
Train Wrecked at Same PlaceSame so as to keep pupils from streets
Monday morning tthlcUs to pass eath other Manufactn' and I Iradts lommer
i during rreases also recommend some West Palm Beach Public School
a Parties Injured in Wreck at Count t
(: Hall in spei[ ,king ot the HmaoiKartell I the porches. which are oerctowded and IrldM h'vuisn nr: ill dIIII'IIjr..d Thin concern desires: to open andoprate Will be Held There Satuidiy, Oct. ;.
St. Louis Early Today. I lot person rhnughtlsssli or
this morning maud teat the at pr >llf'n' an otlce; In Miami tor int.t"irlaHe
IDa IIrtOIl'I* Hoer-loading. sagona not
school mil b. one ol the best in, The grind jury visited the county l ro> I"'d with i'roi..er tires. w <. rn- | of aiding merchants in collecting 27th-Change in Studies i
: aicointu. nod protecting them
every manner in the state and 1>0'''- everything on:mend thnt thu hereafter tie puw ,
.e i : against dead touts 1 I he ,proportion --- -
iwu'td arturd'ng' ; to Chapter. ril"ct '>, i
Ihl In
the south I the paraphernalia '- ass well melted and the
St Louis. Oct 11 -Tbe Iron Ml, >untain dltlon and the records rern> atl\ \ !tfl" eifral) bridges; leading at-sc'atton
1\ 1* ot the latest design tor kindergartens We found balance of fl1'1Q'In ., mill vise the concern all possible rD.,0nrall"'rr"1 .
kept
: last Mail while leaving Ibe ; and the Intuit without.a a to trucking districts and acronralrie ,,. l-ou ::1.1"I ropolU. (5':1': !
L n
turnntng here
hind Ibf first of October 19certified "fI.
,r" \nlon station .,t *lhi* .-lt) today superior hi' Sank account book in In dang"HUM ,'.notion 'I h.' matter of a number ot '11'1"'r 1'rofe.*oi' K E Hall Counts HIp .
The to We understand the lmpo, .* llillltv of <'nn'.n.1t l ut of I I'uhlk la"innritiruel .,..'
Jumped the oath while ranking u prinrliwl Ml"s Gertrude F'a1p be ",)i"4 :!l. \\> unp D nxr< hant< not obsert tngthe :
t ;igt.t Is anawering t \'<'rcall. but thee cannot from Visit Palm ilI ... ,
a graduate of the
1Wt""IID.Dfr. 1 b cluck .
lost time it the cit* limit.. The e.. We the other offices of hour came up jr..n
report the ,
kindergarten wbooi. and comesfresh well Ix I"'gl.rf't'omm"nd-ct.J 1h..i... 1I..rrnanl. ate not meinensf I ->t night h. r" he st. nta. ri. I

giver' and ten persons were injured from the I'"h..I lrT>om to begii. County In a satisfactory condition \\'e that the Mate's.ittnrnrs ? the nll".I'II.' ... and their kp robferrlna; with the trirtees "I"] .

thrice IM'rlou.l her duties here I The conwiiitte< on sanitation <.f l>e 'II'I'IIo-d{ with a .i.I'n."lIr..ph..r ill vi hug.1 I tat districtu I n tarn
Mm
Annie isrd. 1.- Ing 01' n 1o'res the len hit irvin .
? assistant teacher. 'Jail cost court hoos report the cou- : | that l mawre In the to .in t 1.1,11111 'or holdlrc the i 1..11I I ito
Thi name fain sag' .imtlarlywre Is also nih and "
veryproftetent. > r< doing: t1 i'I"" w in re ,
ditlon u* sle'plnr.ible The urinals trend: j"irroom to larllitite 'h' .-." 'he a. n.coin|1..1.1 .1 c
-d the last being a graduate ot the same l..caln> to kop ouen at nixntxIn
near same pmc In .irt hosts'are In condition .. : .
co a toIovt'rgoa .
work of th
Jack*<* rtlilindergarten.l: tIN jury and shorten their" order ti I'ull"I th. p il In. K, hot! at ti
rot.ct their
trade t.ronunttue
.. spring and three of th 4'ID'uN'd today JanBeerhfr. and the plumbing In o vest labor thrrrb suing; cspeuse| to the ( pl.lco'I
pianist Ir an excellentk : was IIl'pHlntO'd| ( to IP\e f.
w ,>rt' Injured In the ime wreck Irian. and fins tlsfxctvtry condition All closets state lint rwo. of I the r".H'h"r. hold 1MJ
together I" ,
three lal 'nail '
and had been out of the hospital l dM composing the facnlty of the are unfit for.u.. *. Knowing that W A H I/olt" t'or..m.n 'n.1 r.gn.-t r up ;with that he they iMMe-al itisertCite p r--on County i.rtlfl, ate. nrl the ten.te, .

but twe week o1..lr..1 I that the > \ 'iilnation ;" i.
Miami .
Kindergarten. .
are capable of u orlorfc rlo mt hour I he committee ;
{ the s.'m.- b" h" II .it hat place ,'n' "
conducting It In a satisfactory ana will "p"or to show th>'mI
,, To Haul l
and A large number of th ce"p<'nsr of 'h. ., com. 114 t,i
large palatial powerhooseoost pupils havebeen I II trade bv ob'ervlng the rule ot the
everglade!: owned bv lol I enrolled and the school will : McrrbinlsMoclatton. this 11 I' \ I It-e matt r was O"llf '

; 'once Thompson of New York. whitsbaa open next Monday morning at I TO WORK FOR CRIMINAL COURT OF RECORD[ \arlom committees made sati. fat ori;' irranxed and toe eianlnflo ,. '

been lying at the Hemtnoie dickall clock under the most favorable I factory reports, and In response to a ', '. sill: he h..loI..1'f' t Palm Hear .

summer. went up to the term auspices Ptrons are requested to'' -- | mnnlcmtlon from the Woman Haturdai October .7, Mr rfall gr

nab dock this morning and will tx hate their children Club ins: up and coot :ctlng he eianilna.
promptly on a rOl'lrl'ton: ot
|.s
y battled oat on the marine warethere '!'handIt I t From Dally Metropolis. Oct 81 I Ing the court Hon F M II lid .on, made to thit organliation Several win Hoi In the rv nt of any t.- ichefatling

for repairs to her hall perpara Pursuant a resolution passed at V. I. Metcalf C C Ihllllngworth, other matters of |Las tmnnrtanrewer 'o nu*. o-p dnl:; '1.lalifl'd .11'!

.-;:,\ tory to the arrival Ot her owner ,t.1 Quiet Wedding I. meeting of the Dade County Bar. Robert above R Taylor named and R R SeymourThe given ron.leration when the he 10 te a'lsoi&.ted In his or he

; aD earl date The fcverglade has On Sunday at 4 p. m.. the quiet held Octooer .ta. laud, called by commltte are me<'tlng adtourned \lL. e f
t. already been thoroughly renovated] marrisgeof, Miss Florence Haas. I[the Hon Minor S Jones for the pur. ',I respectfully r xjti-.ted to notify the \ not her matter ."|I1I..f..d. or a :

and conditioned/ Inside for the rereption sod Mr H. t,. nendrlek was tolen- pow of taking Initial step toward etbllKh4ng I j'appointment Secretary of their acceptance of the To ttisnice "t.(.... Name, ,,1..a"l l recommended was the ...lImI ,- .

a,t rod sue. of tae o..nf'r.At.I. Ited at the home of the bride sister. 1 a Criminal Court of Record at their earliest fflDYt'D'1 I, For n-; 'ton of all tndle I In the' high
the -
lence accommodation 'he | >p -hoo' .
.r; : Mr*. H. Copplnger In Bnenalst. i In Dade County I have appointed tr pthooe necevuirv foS -
.. I Rev I I. H. F Atklnxon Chairman mesecolony at what Is now calledHoca 'di tea ro nf" th.. State 1'nl.er-.
x to be Out l II Lowe of this city officiate the following committee: Retone .
e Karris Harrington. the young (log The bide Is a Pbll.d..lllpl.lI.aod 1'i Committee on Address to the people F t' in IVirte ronrtr. lb.> f s t : tat II'"I"t and the K>mal'. 0
i 111.11" his
| erected a stationt
man who was sertoasrv Injured inthe th* brlle-rrrwim I* of Michigan of Dade County: New Fxpeens Company Itlork : College lit TalUhasne' The trot f
t tWork that |lilac'and It has been ranted ,
te l .i lre J ruts .
<
knee M Miller nab house sevr -Both young people, have positions Hon Minor 8. Jane. Hon A E Is progressing on the new' Yams'n which < rhante and thcour"
l
t the ancient and .
.. .,.. >l week ago by th* accidentalIscbarce

> 411 ot a Winchester rite. ts. the' spring The marriage was i Campaign Committee: Mitchell D Prout for the Southern Express <'om. I ITInnp"r of 'he r"I'"". '. no" ro.-I 'n, wltfc/' '! --guest thenrittleg

: .p rad about on rrntcbe He I. '''n surprise to their friends, but all 'Price. H. B. Saander*,'O. A. \\ orleyG I parry. on 11th Street. and .. I III ev-I I| ->onrf'II' .. "h 1>>." ttrmrn''rr o'. ', '. .' rn.:" lig the "sere; to ,
.o F nder the rare of Or HnmMm Paid I...Te joined In the hearty wish for G Carry and James T Sander I II parted that the building will hll"1| t'iriels l lor 'h. irpoxo of lIa,1I1t, theso' "''111 'e 'ip r1nren<1entHollowa (

t doing nl<'ejv considering the serious 'h* newly: married coaple continued 'I Committee to draft th. bill to b* been completed and ready tor occu I- of \\ "ITI"'I"f txfnrrtr. : by the trustee The '
of
).. new of the 'wound happlnen. '''presented" to tbe Legislature, organli- pancy by December: 1. j lio Tamato IJt Augustine rll'noll"j school.nr e will studies In no wise In the be effected grammar


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.ACE TWO THE MIAMI MTTROrOUB FRITHT. OCT. II. DOS G r p.1aa eT1

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I IA I SANE AND SENSIBLE RACE TROUBLES '' The time for paling: poll taxes *x FROM FERTILE FLORIDA

The Weekly Miami Metropolis EXPRESSION OF OPINION STILL PREVAILING plies on the 13th-Saturday Don '

'forget; this fact If you want to vote Wtutl They are Doimg I. The LaaxlI

'I The rnt Atlanta race rots I ndir the caption Kelgn of i In the 1 n neral election Tuesday ot Grapefruit aaxl I'lI -
B. B. T tum, President 8 Bobo Dean See TrrM November I I f
hm elv"n rv in much futile o..- CrlHii and recitingarious places i -- -
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY : 'uncoil and hats It-d m mcuuuaninK mh,' diftonlit hail I :
i many r" (inviiled me a I Chase, A lo are shipping grapefruit .
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Six months . . . f 100 One year . . . . .n.oo |t.-.tt.I"| l to i 'JII. luxmns utttr dnbelore the. limes I nioi. of ) e 8' A general< house cleaning. renovating from (he :McGregor grove at .
:* illogical that It U nlnshing toinei teriladflners 11118 s.rmon CaiooMI '
the home
Those paying In advance will receive a years subscription for fl 60 lmpro\e.ntrnt 1 Is going 't
t with a nnini.nl.iM) wi sane.sound In )",""r(4) s Issue of t the linu.- In Miami Its bokoloskee are planting
anj six months subscription for Ti cents flits'! a liberal dlsconti to laduce.trlctly .. IMi. on |people are prepaiIng growers -t
and that
-n UK L'uioa
quoted and tbretj-
one quarter columns onion will
: for the Influx' of tourists that An increased acreage ;
advance paymenta.Ilnteref i belom from the M Loum RepublicAs mere taken in dispatches about
up
Is it be In '
i ; even nom mending mi) to the put :
for the i: > !tiblllt> of a race race troubles I bese mere
reported
The drouth
Magic: Cttv Woo are going to have long which was doingso
at the PtMtoffic at Miami Florida as second class matter. mar In the booth that Is a nightmare/: from South larolina Arkansas and a great season much damage to orange' l trees aII

rnunh disturbs nobody pomtesalng/ Indiana ems ot tbe subsidence ot { IndlanuU has at last beeu brik.'n.

Klllti. U(". 12. 1W00 I level head and good digestion" i eteltement over recent race troublescam" o Ihe people; of Lee count)' of which .{
I. the above \\e presume that It must be take
Supporting argument from
Georgia and Alabama, Fort Myers Is the capital ran baoJC r't
for granted that Dade County It not
and declaring! that the better elements i while prayers lor peace were sent of a 2SO acre pineapple patch at Car
STENSLAND'S SENTNCE PULSE OF THE I of both races were not connected I I up In tile negro churches in New, to nave an exhibit at the State ran amoay. t

A STRIKING LESSON. I CITY'S LIFE '"'' .... I.. with any part of tbe Atlanta disorder I pork "'t". newspaper like to print at Dade Tampa County And are classed Jet the people the of Dallas Geiger. of Abbott baa a '{
the Tensacola Journal among 3
says: such matter but they would low alee Held of ecgplant which b* says l'
Commenting upon the remarkabl/ I The classified advertisement In k .It Is a significant fact that the !' the confidence of their readers It most progressive and energetic la will bj ,'..J) tor market seine tlm ,

quick time-les than one boar-IB newspaper are Interesting to philosopher Atlanta mob which recently brought they suppressed the news Of course tbe State this month i

trying and sentencing Paul O Scotland a* well as to about all other disgrace: upon that city was made I I the publication appeals to the worst ---0--- I I D.H. Chrlich of Fort Pierce,

the greatest bank thief of sorts of folks. But for a peculiar up-It Is said-almost wholly of the 'classes In each race to make reprisal. The Jacksonville: Metropolis says has told his orange grove and pineapple .'".

recent years, to an indeterminable reason I class which feels the competition of .; and to that extent make that Ibo crying need of Florida in farm to a reach: s> adlcat fo. --

tern of Imprisonment and dramlns The majority of people are laterested negro labor matters worse it should also appeal the winter mouth I* better roads $ U.100I '

an object lesson taught b)' the tame In watt ad*. because they .personally I "On the other hand those mho to the best classes of both race This I I. very good but the crying I I I \0;. 1 K. Brackett, the well knows .1.- -
the Macon =News sat a want some of the things adtertlsfd were most earnest In their efforts to to unite to take the situation la band need of Miami and the lower east New York commission mss wa at \WAh $

Tbe lesson it striking and11I lor because these little suppress! disorder and protect tbe luotxent and put an end to disorder coast In the winter months la more i last meek looking over the

doubtless be effecthe In many case*, sprigs of publicity have repeatedlyaccomplished victims of the u.ob. were The people should knew the and better hotel and boardinghouse era gi situation

making our banks and fiduciary institutions things for them : among the best people In Atlanta 'troth and with their eye open accommodations. wltb about I I I 'f xo ships more orange tuaa !Ii
no much safer But hu- Hut your philosopher would look more than ono of the old slav-omnIng should act 'I be better class**. II one hundred per cent more of rentIng another co.jntr in Hortda Mill i/

m.n nature !I. such that It mill not upon them as a barometer of the l clam gladly opening their doors they will unite, can control the country cottiges: and house This .. shit'| considerably over half a nlllloa ,
:
be the lilt case of the kind Greed day's activities plans aspirations to gate shelter to respectable colored Leading negroes In Birmingham tlon suffers a great lou annually ..... buses this tall )

emulation the desire to outshine of the peoples unrest people whose hues mere In danger have formed a society for the cause of a lack of these accommodUont *- I I stolon truikrrs say they are g<'-

one"I neighbor the desire to become '-Emerson expressed this Idea ..b..II'' These I..ct.If'ak for thcmselre prevention 01 crime among their own Ing to break the record oa celery this 1s.year. '

a '(real man'-- measured by dollars, ..e wrote People wish to be settled. Those mho best know the negroes ot race Leading white men should -0 :' The first lot was planted there fl

match, alas' so mary people think but only so far as they are unsettled the South are test sutUtied that form a similar society to look after The I last week i 4

Is the cob standard sill slut Is there soy hope for Ibf'm.\ t t hey are. here to stay. and that th. their race and societies of this kind and they census have figures told how tell everything i I| A few grapefruit around Orlandw ...
many papers ,
claim its victims from time ot time, So to net upon this truth a large talk of deportation mhith is heard should be formed all over the south are beginning to show color bat ItI1. \;

and! the unsuspecting mill be robbed volume of want ads. Indicating .11'Iroiu time to time. Is no more thanso The vast majority of negroes and are things printed about and them several Every Interesting working: I Iday I Is probable that very few will be !

b) the oer-hremd It will always Increasing: state of unsettledness much wasted breath I mhlte men mho know each other hipped for some time 1'

demand the ul"OIIt1<
sternest measures to protect ourselves hope for tbe people These In i ble method of getting the negroes element of either race do not dislike copies. are 000.UOU peuj j three> acre ol egplant from which 5'
pie In the United State, and this
but the oftener me l punish the the Metropolis give satisfaction and I out ol the country ,And If there the men of the other race All h* expects to ship about 4.OuO crate .
mean one dally for
guilty with certainty and dispatch accomplish desired results every mere those mho mire the strongest white men respect negroes they know four paper every H* will commence shipping about the
the safer we shall be time. advocates of deportation mould be to be good All negroes respect people Headers pay about i[ middle of this month
1200.00V a day for the I
Stensland did what many men bad among the lint to want them bac. \jmhlte men they know to be good newspapers.The Coleman trucker have started to
done before him He used the funds a again. And this want would develop I In this there Is a foundation lu. number of papers printed and | put In their fall crop though It will w

entrusted to his cure for his own enterprises FOR CUBANANNEXATION Itself about the putting in ot the unity of action la putting an end to ; read I* Increasing still. During the not be so large aa last season, aa a
year about 1110.009.000 was spent ;
with the view of getting next trop. j I race disorders ( number of the trackers will wait for !
by merchants for sdvertlslag There
rich QuIck. If hi. schemes bad succeeded If tbe South needs one thing I Instead of shielding criminals the spring aeasoa
I Is about
8400.1100.000 Invested la
he might have restored the The St. Louis Globe-Democrat a more than another just now it It I leach race should unit to bring o. DeSoto county baa organised am +
tb
money and none been the .wiser but staunch Republican organ come out laborl) and until that want u supplied fenders to punishment and tile bet f newspaper business. not taclad- Orange Growers Lnloa/ the prim.t'

he would hare been Done the 1 lens dishonest squarely for the annexation of Cuba the less me bear of "deporta ter element of each desires this Alt lag buildings sad rsnts. object ot which appear to be the

for be stole the money In It predicts: Congress will pass an I tlon and "race .u" the better lot that U needed U courage and activity k -wI ellmlaatloa of the local layers. ana

the Brut place He was quit aware annexation act Cuba mill go through all concerned" If negroes would assist actively I If the troope ordered to Cuba had th. marketing of their owa oraages.

that it was not h.s: own propertyand a territorial probation which will be I o In the punishment of members ot embarked at Miami or Tampa each I The white By menace ,.o orange
that be bud to It. Thv short desire their ''transport could have mad four I I.
no right i i long or according to tbe LIVE OAK IS race who commit crimes and growers disappearing somewhat latbe
mere tact that be Intended to pay II and capabilities of the Cubans : white mea would assist la the punishment time a* many trip : could have'tarried I Plant City section: This condition -
back If his deals had succeeded I... for local self-government Then TEL FIFTH CITY of lynchers w* would bate in a given u' [oar time Is attributed by some to the fungus .

no excuse for his action He I* now they mill be admitted to .tatf'bood.1 i peace In the couth; and nothing bat I a* many troop aa It could sailing others to the snail, and By
In the penitentiary where he belongs I land a new star will be Life Oak and Lake City are still concert of action among the bett.r' from Norfolk. This lack of transports -some to the copes remedy

and tbe only regret Is that hundredsof on the !flag"Replying scrapping over their respective rank 'classes Is needed to secure this result of which w* hear jo much talk It I I. Mated that a carload of green fJ

his kind as yet uncaught are not to the above the esteemed I according to population In Florida ." could easily b* obviated by changing grapefruit was shipped tress Lee 'o,

there with him. Macon New ask these pertinent ,cities, tbe renewed controversy hat a the port of departure.-sVTImec-t'nloD.. county last week Ureea orange ,{

questions: ing been brought about by tile official I There are some things some people are bad noagb.. but green grape ;\,
To some people It Is really a ble-
o What do the farmers of the West I report of Miami population never think about or doat care tb fruit I I. the limit Such thing are
CUBA IS AN UNDEVELOPED Interested In the raising of beet tail city previous to that time having log that Ignorance la bliss think. about, government officers not bound to b* of more damage than .!

for sugar and the cane planter in l been conceded filth place excepted and the above fact I* one good to the State.-Fruit and Produce ..
COUNTRY Louisiana and Texas say to this I The Lake City Index now claim Every word la an ad coir's that seems to hue escaped entirely News. i'

: U considering what the Cnlted proposal What la the opinion of fifth place for that town a* follows: lars-*hy throw away dollars dOl-I' the thinks of President Rooeviiand J

State may have to do IB Cuba, a the tobacco producers, and how will After Live Oak and Miami aad a words which do not help the aid, who have the 41r.rtt.C of DKATH OF 1. tt, CH.MRWefl :,
sore "try" at It. Lake City keep her L'ncl t r.
valued exchange remark, U ahoald i the California and Florida fruit IBterets I D Samuel affairs
not<< b. overlooked that the island relish the Idea of competition place a* fifth city la Florida:' The hat ad la the ad. dashed right 4 KBSTB CMlaeoi and PrvealacvtMam ')

baa a large area and that many sections with Cuba on a free trade basis. for The statement causes the five Oak off the reel-after filling the head I 1mil.' b* merely a colneldenc. i Expired. Last Night' 'ItI
Democrat
*>f It art without railroads orgood free trade there would have to com to fly to arms, and aaysHow : 'with every aspect of the proposition. or It may be one of those skillful ...

highway thus making it extremely j If Cuba Joined the Colon All those do you make that out? lhcensus e I 0-- little arrangements the god seem (From Daily Metropolis. Ort. ') '4

dlfflcult to transfer troop special Interests can be counted uponto showed Jacksonville lamps :( The strongest man I* the man who I to frequently make for the bcneO' J. S Chase, a reidt of Miami for

from one place to another with any oppose Cuban annexation strong I 1'ensscola and Key West to be the ::.ero considers U'U': I Iof mankind, but it I* fortunate thai a number of years, and _a well known ;'
four leading cities of the State Ik
factors aside from th. his business mechanic
rapidity I entirely gen-j renaissance of yellow fever In died at 11 Velock Jut
Cub, east and west stretches over oral opposition In this country to population and then came Live Oak That is the man who succeeds I Cuba came at the same time that sight at his home oa Northraa

eleven degree of longitude. a at* ,.the taking over of any more Insnlai aa hfth with her 7.ZOU people 'I he. i, ---0-- j events constrained an American oc- C, after an Illae** of several month .

taste about tile same a* that from possessions to be held contrary to returns Irom Miami mere not in at I I! Fort Pierce is to have an electru. cupation of the Uland The temporary with tuberculosis of the stomach

New fork City to the western boundary I the mill of those living therein the time and we conceded firth place lighting plant Ibis is further evidence I official will suppress the fever Deaceased was a Mason and the :i

of the State of Ohio the width I to tbat city. believing: that a count of tbe prosperity enjoyed by i while It will be remembered tbat funeral will be conducted w th :Masonic /

; of Ibe Island runs from a minimum ( :of her population mould give her between East Coast torn us I those to the manner born had allowed ceremony, the Interment being .<

of about 20 miles to a maximum ol PAY THE COUNTY I eight and ten thousand since .' .__ I It to revive for want of efficient from tbe residence nt 3 J* clock

I rising UII aad the lottl I area is ,: OFFICERS A SALARY I I.i I.then. those returns have come In andthey There was quite a frost In low I measures against It In these days tomorrow afternoon K .v Or tai a
'
Miami thousands behlnu
somewhat greater than that of the I put the other night but a* good luck of Interchange of population betweenthe will preach the funeral service at the I


State of Maine and New' Hapsntre I i The resolution adopted by the'!' I.ITe.Oak.: leaving us in tbe undisputed mould have It. Secretary Shaw was' Island and this country the pre*. house and the IDIf'rmf'n11: be IB '

:, e<>mblnt"d.1tb. a population of I I County CommlaKloners of Hlllsborougb i possession of that same old fifth. out of tile State and carrying has I I..ence of the fever Is a threa' --not the city cemetery by Under'akirt es. 1

more than one and a half million county requesting'the Senator ,I place. the Miami figures/: do not aster boom with him the ominous dreadful terror of older H Comb A Co. All Ma">o. art "t'
I the relations of Live
census oak
there are only two cities that can and Representative from that county -pOne j days. but none the less a drawback requested to assemble at Mandate .
boast more than 40.000 :InhabitantsTbe I to use their Influence In securing to Lake City and the latter remains newspaper describes Mr. I to enterprise and ulllmpt'
great bulk of the populationIs ''a change In the system of paying i just where she .tallela-4l.tlllcU be- I Hearst .s a blond Iis-fool.r. '1 h* i It I I. a cheerful circumstance clock to attend tbe funeral ,

rural and the condition of the I couuty officers calling forth con- j Iwln't hind! us In the prore..loll.OOow. .; thing that are being printed about i that It will be throttledon Mr Chase was sixty-three "ear* ot ::ti-

a people can be Judged by the Kate slaerable comment from the State: that so' Crow: about your him now. would mat most mea the threshold whence it would age: and leaves a wife and one daj- ,
meat that more than (0 per cent, oft 1 at large And there are many exy.eoaa ;I knitting mill and you II bear DW I I redheaded walk to invade again our shores ter here He was a good clUaen and] t:

f _*_*_ fnll___ ._.__tiaHttna__.___ ._.>*_ ,AVitlrAtv_..'v., .II-.- .'UI'_ ._ ._ : ,answering crow from Live Oak. but I A well and favorably known
.no .a.ua..e pl'U. whea It comes to the census figure I Its the little thing that count .
Utf'ule. In those conditions one cannot the Herald of Tampa, support, I--
expect to And citizenship of suet I the salary and It believe our position I* impregnable and we Every; word uttered la behalf of among I all\-taAL: TRIK BILL
plan
e says bid defiance to a galnsajlng world:' ''Miami and Dad County U jnst that banter who observe the law In DadeCounty
a standard as might be looked for that county officers should be paid a', I -
The Democrat Is right If Miami much advertising It seem to protect the game bird Returned Today By Grand J.
in our conn try Havana and 'Santi salary and not receive fee as tbe, may ryC1rr.il I.
ago are linked by a rallrosd but 'present system allows Tbf're.n, failed to make fifth place and LiveiOak small but smal': thing aaalit the i against the pothunter No sport- ('_rt.. rI
there are hundreds of small towns : bad proven herself' holder otslxttt. ;world la turning around man mill shoot a bird out of .".IOD.
good men In this and other counties I
she must advance a peg and t Quail, which are scarcer than usual ( From Dally
Metropolis Oc
ml'hojt such service and a very lara. who will be willing, and some ana. If I'this' t > t
take the empty honor Miami hadbeen A Kentucky colonel baa season are being shot In thatcounty After having beea
portion of tbe country Is desperate! bus. to DM the various office with I organised out since Tae. '
bad for the movement of troops Section a salary attached The scale '. holding pending: the return of ''a company tor the purpose of shipping and In many others, thougu day> morning the grand jury la the

: of the Island are mountainous, I In the resolution adopted lug'gusted I her census If there Is any contention Jordan Klver water to all parts the season Is still closed This actionla circuit court now 1.1P..O.. cam .

a, the highest peeks towering over two 1 I. fair one and allow a sufficient\ i s : "to raise It 1* between Miami of the world for baptismal purpose behalf of the game laws miaht I Into court this morning and pre a

thousand feet higher than Mount salary for the duties by and Lake City but me don care to tour true Kentucky colonel has no be well Imitated la other counties ent-d the following true bill' 'y
J performed argue the question of population or What Is particularly needed U to Ama L. Coffee
.J Washington To keep the peace In the various officers! prejudice against water for external murder la ho first
such a country Is a severe tax on Tbe saving to the would a rap about the question. Miami occupies I uses only cultivate public oplnloa so 'hat there d"greeV .
I '
county
any leader be great This could be usedIn \\ e are several thousand 1:'will be more danger la brvaklnthe \ J Smith and George 00.....
money smaller than me had thought: lor la John U Sim. former tax collectorof law has there Is no.- limes crime aualnst nature
II Is building good roads This alone numerical strength but in progress Hasco county has been convicted I'alon If the statement that quan \\' J Ullsoa Frank Uoolwtae.all t
sufficient to the
cause
movement
: A HOME FOR OLD to meet with favor I and enterprise the Magic tlty sets apace and sentenced to two years imprisonment are being shot la this count Is true it fr ink Coldwlne Eddie lit II. ,
that holds first place it Is for embexillng county funds the game warden should let bunv li hard "'..rr'Jd William uoodr, ;;
NEWSPAPER KErr It may t>e urged; that the county
growing: too and ma) be when This Is mighty light punishment lora The season does no' jpen until next robberyFrank
mill bit unable
to
secure
as competentmen
The old writers mho need It will to fill the offices when a salary : another census Is taken there milt be very serious offense, but-It could month aDd until then every person Carl e' armed -obSeryrjhn
i no occasion to discuss her population have been who shoots or trap i -nal: or other M, .rll. assault s,
worse 1'I.latent
have a hose: in far off Colorado provided paid The Herald Is of the opts i
-It will be so big I I bird of beast protected bv IJ.T. to lOmnilt murder
for them Not long ago ailI 'II. tb.t there mill bo little difficulty I II. ( r.
moa Guggenheim gave IZ.'"'' to experienced In finding 0 It comes down from North Carolina should be arrested and prosecuted Frank Gardner armed Jt ; '

l start such a borne Now the Natur- I| men to occupy the various competent offices, I Advertising isn't writing praise that a man threatens aaotke. II I The game law. like. many others with latent to rub.

o Its Valley Land Company baa given | The salary will be sufficient to com- of foods-- It Is the selling ability man who bad been called aa a witness 1|!Is too generally violated without punishment All of the above defendants wtrv
which successfully demonstrated the In court against him that If h of any kind.WItOGiOT'OtOOR'ElY. ordered brought from the
.40 acre IB Colorado for the horn. mind the services of good men The jail br ;4
It U proposed to plant 400 acres services such as are rendered la the exact condition of the market for testified he would If't. terrible Judge Jones for pleading.' rd all ,,

of the land IB fruit and Ills thought I .performance of the duties of the TOO, and you can enlarge accordingly thrashing Now hundreds of people plead II not guilty. except Gomes. m ha

that this will support the homa Th county officers are not such thai they I,are begging the governor to pardonthe I entered a plea of guilty H. was

only thing needed now is to bunG demand as large a salary as Is nom a .lIallt-alldf'r sentence for Asnouacewteat 0' fsgagewieut MPopsIar not sentenced
the home and equip It. As yet no granted I The Suwannee County :New. anew six months because h* stand _

, plan ha been suggested, but no "It may be expected that there weekly newspaper edited and well In the community" This I II a Couple lade I It HrtxigtX Them Hack

. doubt It mill soon be erected There will be a great opposition to this owned by John Mruanlal made Its queer old world and this I Is a pitiable ': I I It has been said that once onegets

j are so many people willing to give movement From every county 1 In i i appearance at Live Oak last week exhibition' of one of its streaks The formal announcement of the Dade County: dirt la his or her 'J
I I The first edition Is most creditable Tampa Times. I Io coming marriage of Mass Hosl I. shoe It I I.
a to such a caaa. there are so many the State there will be some opposition Lee | impossible for them t iw f.
7 workers willing to be assessed U. but the majority of the people ,In every manner and It It continue (.or,... of Wf'lr build and equip a place where those mill favor It ItI a saving; to tbe to maintain that degree' of excellence The Metropolis Is In favor ofanything Murray Ulgglnton. of "'.ml.b.* but will always Rod their mav Dick
I Ms success is assured that will Improve and advance been made the mother of the Evidence: ry
IDa) go mho have not bald by a dollar people It means better roads for i by ol taste tacts are IO-IB ,
: in their working ynaraNewspaper I them These thing; will cause them i 0 the Interests of the county. bu brldf'-t- .. Mr*. U M Cor,... the la the Barnes family of Findlay u r!
. : men are not usually to !give the movement their support" | Everglade dralangc may be possiI It Is In regard to the establishment event to take place on the 17th of Five years ago part of this lamuy ye

money-makers, and when they com The Metropolis can find no serious i I ble and It may not but whatever of a criminal court of record In Dade this month at the bride bom*. Rv came to Dade <'ounty and located '.

( to the end Of their' working d it7s objection to the plan to I ithe ultimate result every dollar countv If the learned men of the S. W. Lawler the officiating minister. ,I Bear larking I hey remained a a4t
pay ''speat upon the tooth In Dade county Dade County Bar believe that sucha The will be
they are aot usually rich Manyof county officers a salary The wedding a quiet ODe year and returned to their native :
, them bar home and friends aad suggestion la worth giving trial If, U just that much benefit to the tribunal will be of benefit to the with no attendant : state Lver since there has been !t:;

. many do not Mostly these brain It proves a benefit to the county,, county If tbe work continues; If count) If It can be operated without Miss Corpew has spent two winter a longing la their hearts lor ua ::1
workers die IB the harness all of well and good bat If not w. can 1 ''a that sum of money Is spent In the additional expense to the people and la this city and while her made Jor County and though their minds were

: them want t. bat can not soon rectify the mlstare project' and If the same Is ultl- If its creation will n
; It U for th... the home I* suggested | mately successful D*4e ('oulltT11 Interest of any one person for politics be delighted: to know of the coming the Intention was not executed aam

, and It Is a blessed thing that a I have derived greater benefit from office. we can see no objectionto culmination of the happy remanee last week when the whole Baraeei F'i
the Idea has already such an Impetus ('has 8 Emerson! owner of the' the same than any other county In It If established such a court begun during her stay here MrWlgglnton f.mn-CTa.dlllotaer. mother .f

and such a foundation that 1I.. Fort Pierce News an1 editor of lh e the state The reasons for this are should be kept out of politic :! 1 I. a son of )fr. and WraI I and their SOBS--moved back to SOB Lar* :e

i B certainty Colorado will have both Tampa Herald has cancelled the tease> i.obvious: the most of the dredging as mach as possible and tbe H T. Ulgglnton! and I I. head clerk kIna with the announcement ."
taa
1' the printers' home and the editors rUtn .on the News to the UensrsC.elger I Idone will 1 be In Dade County and th* best men should be chosen to fill the of the J H Cheatham clothtn. they bad sold out IB Ohio, burned a'

. aad writers home and they will b* and placed S. C. ShackleforoIn greater part of the land reclaimedmilt office! necessary to be created for Us store H* has aa enviable reputation the bridge behind them so to .
speak,
aa honor to her charge of that papr Mr. Shackle be la Dade County This Is a operation Other than these conditions a* an upright Industrious young and bad come back to Dad ;

II I le ford is sn experienced journalistand ,ipW| h was of looking a. the drain prevailing me oppose the prop- business man He ha resided Bert to live and die The Messrs County Harneyare
printer And Is expected: to restore' I', :< problem bat it Is nevertheless. osition to create a criminal court four year; and will bring his brideto florists and s
' A little of he News are beiag prevailed .
knowledge advertlslsgIs to Its former decree of fact On? thing '* ('0 rtJ\ln. drain \\e have already too much polities be his helpmeet In maklag a home apoa to move near 111I'.ntloll
a dangerous thing Have all of *!"rlwr md rank Miami It I* their
I among the weewIT ace could In r.o m-inner injure nol.I'l and too much xpene: In tbe court i 1 where he has sliced made a finen to engage
It possible U possess. I pfm-rs of Florida : extensively la
, County line : in the business realm. flower and nursery culturer

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P1GES THE MMHI MKTROPOIJH. nu..,,'. XT. 12. IK FACE THRIT.*

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creation of a bulMlcx law that council
1 authorise the drafting of sucha '
THEY MID THE DEMAND measure a* would give general }

. aatUfaclloa Mr Luramu stated
that he was satisfied the town needsa


FOR A GOOD BUILDING LAW He felt the Rood did an provisions Improvement not building like of come la the*..rould of one and its defeated be that!clauses madeIn he School Shoes ;


but tt.oullbtbO!' time ripe for tad pl-

,Irg a building law Councilman
,Ticker favored the. suggestion and

seconded Mr. Luranr.us motion that .
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}. Though Builders Opposed the Ordinance Introduced Before council ordinance I have drafted a satisfactory At: 11.?


::1 Council Last Night-Objections Were Elaborately I It..... also expreaaed that bad
the ordinance defeated been taken

Stated Bill Killed But New One Ordered. up by sections that the proper corrections
could have been made and

! Other Business Matters Transacted. {the ordinance paaaed Toe reaolu- Burdine'sWe x
I Ilion to draft a new building law pre-

l 'I'railed unanimously. and sn effort
-- I will be made to have It ready by next t1-
i meeting night.

Y aFrom Dally Metropolis, Oct 5)) |l Steele *bo endorsed all that had I Other Matters I

After tally t..o.ou,. of discus- j been said He talked about buildIng I The meeting was attended U}. President -
la other places: and attacked barton, and Aldermen Crop \
aloa. mostly adverse to the pauapof (the ordinance because it mad no land Tucker Lammus ardMUon, l i

of the proposed balldlag law la its ,provision or Uw for the orecttoa of :and after the reading of Jimlante. .\.:
; ) present form sctloa ca Us sane
% -eil was at Indeanltely its session last postponed sight. by Th eGU.-1 not oppose of chief building Hardle law aa or a fireman the payIng HI-, -council Hag, city relative phystclaa to ,the addressed unaaaltsryjCOBdltiOB the I are better prepared! for the wants of schoolboys ':

but aot as building Inspector. of the small wooden bwlll- ,
't poaltloa was led by Mr.. J. A. la and
Un of argument was nam
I at th* corner of Avnai U aDd
t' ald. supported by various members substance the same .* that of Mr. I II.. .t...... Th matter had been t
i of the Builders' Association, oa. ana McDonald the biggest target being
called to his attention by Dr. Risk and school girls in shoesthis
t all declaring the ordinance a the building laspector who coal
dru-I' I Uaadon and Mallett. sanitary commltte .I G
tic and dfettv measure and should not be other than a build- of the county mdlcal society '
rertlag their aim principally agalast .
der hlmaelf.J
|aad he saw no other way of r
that of It which provided for M. mody-I
part F. Woodworth. C. A. Mann '.lac the condition than by
' 1 U chief of the Ire department. as I J. Ryan John Mailer, M J McDonald nation proceeding. After some di.- I year than ever before. We have complete lines and
: sliding 1..P< , '
' la this latter opposition tile ability there ('
against the ordinance and WM
of the chief of the Ire department of very little difference la tile summit:; 'gation the sanitary and report.committee for all sizes in high and low shoes in vici kid or velour calf f..
to perform competently the duties -they wanted a building Uw if th* tn"-I
Folio Fore Iacre ,. ".
. .
were rigorously
building Inspector eltliens wanted It, bat wanted a contractor -
assailed the assertion being mad to draw It and a contractor A communication was ,.. and heavy or light soles.Ve have on sale at this time
frequently that ao mss other tbaa to be balldlng Inspector. City Marshal Harde reqaesUa that I
a m b..le-- a earpeater could b* be supplied two new policemenand
4 I and should fill the offlc The abu4' Uantier Explain: that an eight hoar watch be r TWO SPECI AL LOTS in SCHOOL SHOES viz: \.;!

Icy of the present chief aa a nremaawaa After all the coatrsctorr dad to use I created. The marshal recited that ....:
lauded beyond stag of flat interested with them la the defeatft 'the department la self-suatalalng \
terr.b.tII It came to making him the ordinance had had their say :that by aa eight hoar watch the *...1.1'I' {
building I ,lector h* was "alt. Kara city attorney Oautler had s> say. H* j'would be able to do better duty and I lot 2-Line of boys shoes It Lot 1-comple run of sizes

> aid ever ,member-Of the opposlUoa declared that not a man who had I th. rva... accruing lacre..*.. Fb* y
? thought i*> should be paid well for spoken could draft a building ordirequest was granted council ,.**,.- sizes 2 12 to 5, pat. leather, I from seven acid one-half to
his service aa Are chief and given aaBeHe tbem explained his poalUon I lag th. right to dispense with the I
almost every other old thing that which was that b* had prepared th* eight hoar watch whenever ncssry
could come his war .seept !be in- ordinance by Instructions of sound or whenever the Increased service I gun metal and vici, just the | two in misses high and low
: L
.' Bpectorsaip.Tb and had been aaaisteA by a committee proved a failure. I nj
.1 hall was well packed with i ef council. All building ordlaaacea.h Mesar R. R. Taylor and A. R. I thing for hard | shoes; these i
", people mostly builders and others said, were prepared tram aa established Raulerson requested the exclusive '
.7 opposed to the ordinance Tb. pan cod of bending lan ad right for twenty-fiv years to erect I r
was started by Mr. J. A. McDonald that tile one before toancil had bacomplied boards to' do a bill posting business wear includes Shoes wereformerly ;

. when the Urn came for bringing ap la such _aMr. H* had la the eft,. It was decided that tt. \
the building ordinance after the ao other Interest but duty la th city had BO right to grant aa exclusive Brown's Blue 1 85 1 50 1.19
'4 reading of a communication opposing matter sad personally did Dot car franchise for sack a business, sad :
. the chief of the Ire departmentfor what disposition council mad ot the matter was dropped.The I
;, building laapector A resolutionhad the measure. finance committee reporter Ribbon $3 50 to $."..,. Now :
prevailed, that tile ordnance aa To a question from Mr McDonald I about I1.TOI oa hand, the majority --- \.t7.4
t. amended be given Its third and final he replied that the ordinance had I Ilof I It having been collected from licenses :
. reading Mr McDonald took the I been prepared from the baUdiBf Uwi I since the first of the month.Th I ,;
'
floor and stated that be and a .am-I of Tampa. Mr Oautler declared al codification committee reported I II .
ber of gentlemen bad come tbot so that tile ordinance Incorporatedseveral progr*. tile city attorney stat-
\ bear the ordinance-read for the first sections of city ordinance!I lag la connection with the sam that
I time and requested that it Ue -ad I now In effect here relative to building the cod was left Incomplete' In order W. M. Burdine Miami Florida Ii.:

.: for Information first before being I I'J and said that the office of buildIng that the building ordinance If ,
:a4 taken up for adoption. He vt\u Inspector had been prescribed sc paned might be Included.
eloquently and succeeded in having as to take the duty of Inferring the se Councilman Wilson reported that I 'a- 4 t

td* motion withdraws several laws from the city manual I. I Ibe had notified the Board of Pnblto art
t The orator thea' proceeded to recite who had been supposed to see U Work to have guards placed arounu ,...
la substance that be had beeacredited their enforcement: 1 lire hydrants and had been. requested -
(; with Parting the ball rollIng Chief Hardie Talk 4 by use of the eommlaalonrs to NOTICE TO CREDITOR
: at a previous meeting and therefore I pat the InstructloBS IB writing. la the Court of the County Judge The Ocklawaha Nurseries
Chief Dan Hardle, of the fin de
might aa well start It this Um. CleMBaaltary State of Florida, Dade County
partm.a.b_ 'qualifications as City Fairly
H* declared that the city was not la re Estate of 8. L. Patterson
. bankrupt and that the citizens could building Inspector had been so via laspector Neltooa reported To all Creditor, ...*..t_. Dtstrtbu- TANGERINE FLORIDA o;.
little Ui If It beam oroasly assailed, then addressed the the city was sanitary and that tees and all Persons hula claim
laud more
a
a: __,.,.. He aaaerted that politic* councIL H* said that b* was laboring th. house lor the keeper of the dump or demand agalasl said estate: b,1 Want Oraao Grower to know that H I* to their tatrt to bay trwsj JL
' had been Injected law th* lean by under a dlsadvaatac la that a ground had lIMa completed. H. also To and each of yon are from their stock. Because they have THE BB8T! GROWN M FLORJUA :
other parti*, and rather startles, I Urge number of mea had com thereto reported the Board of Public Work notified and required to present any GOOD RESULTS!: caa only be obtained from tree Oat have aa abuatdssM ,.1r
'4'. council and the audience by array themselves agalast him. H* I at work cleaning *p the streets and claim and demand which you or of GOOD ROOT. stems teat ar* STOCXT. top WELL: DKVXLOP1ZX: : '.>
bla statement ,mad* at eon'eCt-1 had com alone and could fight 111.. laelosed a check for 1111, sanitary either of you mayan against the and leaves sad woodOat Is ENTIRELY ran OF INJURIOUS INSECT '
: lag
"t' meeting of eoeadl that th* .own battle He spprecUted tll.eompU..ab fee collected by him. le.'at. of 8. L Patterson, deceased LIFE. ONE TRhave an these GOOD POINTS In their faver aad e.coridally '
ceding
tt Ity had about aa much aed for a that had been paid hint Th city marshal reported It ar- (late of Dad comity Florida to the invite your Inspection SPECIAL INDCCEHHTTS an sTr ;s.
'. building ordinance aa It had for two I as fireman, bat said that th* mn reata mad during September and undersigned admlalatratrU of said ed to those who win plate their orders sow for fall 'en.." OUR HEW ,It.
had corrected each declaring I. collected la fine estate within two yean from the date EARLT SEEDLESS:
.y' aurora, by declaring Unt h* did ant other ODe til :I and forfeitures bereol.I ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC 'uAS "
I that there had never bees a eu. -, PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT H. CATALOGUE FREB
oppose a building law.Hs I Dated September 1. A. D. 1XX. ,
how- lapse of a building around and about Th* sanitary committee was ordered i
.
qualified the statement I Miami while others told of two that to purchase two male acd dray Jessie B. Patterson. '
Address The Odlawaha Nurseries
# erer by* is deaoaadac Me of the the moat proposed drastic Ofdlaanc 'had: co.. down while lie knew Mothers for hauling away trash and refuse I Adms. Eat. 8. L. PatUrsoa ] Ia I

i that h* considered aaaaf. from premise, and deliver them w ..
* measures that had ever beta atKia'ted '- W. CONNER Prep irltr. ...'.
other Uaeof I H* (Hardle) defended his position the Board of Public Works. NOTICE.
on a pabllc.Erery: Taeeriee, Fiends, I
the ordinance imposes a Ins 0&j ably, reciting' the fact that th. This brought council up to the I I Ii
siDe or Jail. be declared. Mr. McDonald same men now oppose the passageof "budding ordinance. details of which la the County Judge's Court of Dad Or M. S. BUKBANK. Aot, MIaMI. Flerlde ; 'J
-r this turned his ammaaltioapoa a building ordinance two yar J and result are mentioned above. It County, Florida.
x, the MetropH without meatlonlng ago bad recommended such aa ordl- I|was It :J' before adjournment was Our CTIEOCIDE preparation for th* destruction of ants tea. aa.. "t
, Its name and asserted that'Dance and endorsed one of their takes la r* the Estate of John Sanders. other vermin will do the work. ..1 4
number for the poaltloe of balldlatlUapector late of said county deceased. eFred'k
tt, certain men were carting a slur OB .
the city by broadcasting the report' These records are now oa I I you want fertilisers, onait J. E.Lammas t.
file with the city clerk. Mr. Rar- Node Is heresy given that on Mow I
4 that its buildings were Insecure or agent for tile old reliable
words to that effect Further along I idle told of the improvements he had i day. the Uth Jay of October. A. U. I S. MorseIetIEtate
he declared that the ordinance would made In the fire department 4.. of I II Bradley gooda. Ito 1KX. I wll! present to the HonorableA. I J
'the time and attention he givenJ --- E. Heyser. County Judge of said
wreak a hardship oa tile poor carpenter r
too !to It. He admitted that h* was :'CothiJIC fear. county, my final account and all
alto mud secure a permit
,jackleg painter, bat that aa such be vouchers of the estate of Jobs Sanders -
of for a
aad pay a sam money permit I :
t' 'i to erect a few studding t.1.. frequently had occasion to figure on Mothers need have no hesitancyIn late of said county, deceased.
still further I plans and specifications of a hou-. continuing to give Chamberlain's and at the sam time make fall and "
home Drifting
-..).) humble and warming up to h'.i subject the He had been fairly successful IB his !'Cough Remedy to their little on.. final settlement with a full report of I Offices *p stairs Cor. Av*. Csnd 11 MS*. ;{

tcomp"eaC1 y of the mea drfftltg the ..work and considered himself' fully' ss It contains absolutely nothing Injuries all my actions aDd doings with relation
r) ordinance was attacked and he wanted IBS competent to be betiding Inspector I I Iaa This remedy la not only pet- to said estate and at th. sam 1 Miami. Dade Co., Florda. /
.. to know "what they knew about some Jackleg carpenter. j fectly Sat to give small children Urn I will ask for a final discharge a*
' I building any way" 'i: lie recited the fact that the b.at-I I but HUB medicine' of great worth administrator of said estate I ,.
"l Coming down to the matter of aesa mea of Miami those who had ''and merit. It has a world wide reputation Emory Bpradllnc. AGENT OR LANDS OF-- rj

bulldlac inspector Mr McDonald declared 'Invested their money her la the for Us cures of coughs.colds Administrator of the estate of Jobt
.', that he was afraid Ute fire depart 'building of the town, wore satisfiedto and croup sad can always be relied Sanders deceased. Florida East Coast Railway Co V

meat was being drafted Into have him aa bsDdtag Inspeetoi upon. For sale uy Biscayne O t Worle,. Florida Coast Line Canal and Tram Co. .
\, polltlca. He very f.xr1bly endeavored and read statements of certain one Drug Company and all druggists. Attorney for Administrator. I .K
-I to create the Impreaaloa that the from the Metropolis to substantial Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co 'f

preeent eM.f Is a competent' fireman ,his assertion. I .tQO>>>XIOOOOxxx.OX: : >>XOX JOUOOOC . :(> :
that the city l" much Indebted to him I Chief Hard mad a most favora- I I------ -- - ----
t l for bl.te.e and the high degree Bl* Impression sad statements thaientirely i
!.. of efflcieBcy to which h* ha brought offset' some that had been Miami Bottling ork5 i
f the ire ftrarIII'DaD4 was heartily mad to the adverse. so much so I
tI la favor of paying him a good salary that Mr John Mailer announced 12azIs : : :: WALL & McGOWAN.;
'.: but as above stated be was that If council would pass the ordinance Propspith
, not the man to be made building Introduced by the builders
. : tnvpector. and as evidence of this h* two years ago, they would be satis Street. Near R. R.. Miami, FtMafaet *- e\

: raided the '1a..uoa.What doe h* led thus showing more clearly than a .l

know about inspecting Airing ete.'" before that th* satin object of the rapidly! going to the front as the Jading .rrs of !;
Mr McDonald coaUaned at .toagta opposition was to defeat the pcadlacmeaaur
ti; i I and at use point declared that he had I *. and by which the chief ot city in South Florida. Everybodyis All Kinds of

for beea forty-eereB engaged ta year the and btlldlng asked trade the the building Ire department Inspector.A would b* mad going to Miami. Now is the time to 1

t questioa- "If I doat know something A number of questions wen asked secure a choice location either for busi Soft Drinks ';
b
.' about a building, for God sake west pro and eoa when chairman What-
Hardl know!" H ....nto I ness or residence. Choice locations in ,i
Daa
doe -
toa called a halt and .
; aaaouaced taatcouncil Frvaayt A MSB flan bs Afl Oraera CMCTBWB Orn-r> a ed that a treat scar had been raised would consider the the for sale
matter
city by : : : : : : : i'EIGHT
by a serials newspaper about sony J whereupon a motion by conadlmaaCroalaad -
.! flagratloni through Inferior buildIngs seconded by Councilman

! ) and collapses of poorly constructed Tucker, prevailed lilac the ordlnano Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's ;
structure but said that b* Indefinitely postponed pravailedaaaalmoasly. FORT DALLAS LAND CO.rxxXXOOOOTCTXXXXXXXXX.
nothing of the kind hat ever oc ure and tile big crowd filed .
here, and that It was a seldom socurence ;
out each tbs
congrataUtlBg other
: : QQCXXXXXXX3OOOOCX: : : : ?
back
P anywhere. Reverting upon their succe V a
to the building Inspeetonhip Mr | Ibis however, did not end the
' McDonald seal paid his respects to Call on Or
matter for lost before adjournment
caeT Ilardle .. a firemaa and ....t. of the meeting' a little later la the :Toxx8.. :a3L:=:r. :c. ::voI.ax: U
.*. Mf ...M a salary i|mf'1l..1'1It. le.eDla Councilman Laiamns 33tri' Agent Fort Vice-Prea. Fort Dallas Tasteless Chill! Tonic f
y ."" his s-nrit-es and ability, as suck.II resolution that la s" much as the Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla. rfCo.. St Augustine FlaQ
'
+ .sett- ', property owner of th* city of Miami r
was followed by Contractor were heartily In favor of the I ')')IX C ),)()(->> ": <- -)>

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MOK: FOB .e, THE: MIAMI METROPOLIS. FRUUT. OCT. It IMX' noBT r\axt \



; tinned to laugh and it the puppet table

\\N TilE FIRST DEGREE I C, his wife laughed. with him aa they
MURDER I THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME
I i': II FOR ill chaffed Aunt lK-t.orali but the <>.kl lady

continued to shale. her head aud reply -


I INDICTMENT AGAINST I. R. RHODE $2,000 EACH "tta t till !h.' ax .>r the welted .lead Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home

get to work and 11..11t. e 11 ....*. m1 In.UMTtlier

By c. B. \. l Is au> thing' to I nif.li at or nut "

-- U"lS'I''I'II That ull"l III 111.111110:1.1 S:irjli \t .ke for Catarrhal Diseases.

I (,.ptrght. 1..... I.) Rahr F1oagi&. I'' up with b"r I heart, l I"'uug, : nl'toll: i "he

t .- was. about I.> n".I.e 11,'"rv Is Hi IK.r HIH .II.

1" "In l 11.111\' M. ";.oh... 0<'1. 9 1'. ",,,, '\ '", ''I'.,1 II,-.1 h" all, .". ,, tell II Ml i..11 III"UI11, : carne. t? ., rla3sc. 17 n. 9'! r T Tr 14;

\ 11,10.r. e1! 1'11.1. l... ,1., r N. '",, '" .... i" '1111'; I h. .;" ""I ",,'!n11 Jaaic* ""I"'r. farmer and bin \iint l Ie'r.l's: kr," .Iw11a' | r, I Iti 110' a "tlarh and

"n 'ih' in III \- -I.t. ..1 .. ."la ..nl ''II H' ..
i 10 .v 1.11.1 JU'' ) i 1".1 Fa-ill I ee .bn.h'.r of another C..nllf'r. .,n. < 11 ue 11. ..11..1II.t 1t .n .e ,. I ,Ir s'mrhad
.1,1,11, ,, tnt 1:111I110 i .m"1101 Ie1,111 I II. 11 nuilt I III', --iiin ."i ,oihe -
.. !Ix-en an "Ii'I..1 l I I.) -'IIIt' i 111,11 a ..n
;
nirl f Ine.
1"10'
ui r bad two r 11 t
m. n I II v> .d '>r.' .'e,'111.: I It 1(1".1. n I "'now \ .. .ituri n' sort 01 j ort bit hoshnud'a I ,, t i-s
|I.rl nine in"\ t0 tiki:
In. ., that Inn iret' I..\ era'gl.ancls 1 aa was yatlte on
I. i''IIu'r in tird Kl Iii : nil ur. l ll h : mi m her the ,
tllr..lt
by She l .lull.-! it flrnt.
l I:0Oa.! n. It 11111 I fit It.tn..W''" r>.e. l,:l tata' ,? ..1. It tittered thin tar I fj., turuaanUey uiilural but far two" but
premiitly Hi 11\11. fa..lei away
1-1. ', >l on,' I luiallodKv. at IK':n.x \ ih. "'rm ) ears after marriage no couple ever When bad I l.-ii kll1..1 l tllut for huIwixl ..

It u m.....kn age \>\ a lilo on the Keod the :no\o builn f* 1 th.. 101- I ted'mon- ha:'I'lly| Tbla state of .f might |.r,.Utj\ the Insurance ? ,

hid mnn in ale tiaudi. thu roul: losing. : 'r: .. o entered, by Judge: t >..
fain b,U bt I Lave ronrtnu at lest two Aunt Imelstrah t man always' (l'r..II'r1n. 4, are' s '- 'wrsTA.Otve
1'
nl .\ pr. nous Quarrel VI thi pr eJune, iIi., inori in,:,. .
year loiter but for Aimer Jones but at the name time many ..f li< r pre
.
lu,"mar) ixargmat: h wt.s. h..ldI" Ih ':''ate honing: deeded that the .

i tejtintlou;: on ", ch.tg" oltn.n v.. .-.e'. :.. th' 1I'lut.tt I."n.d I L> E-tl.. country juttU-e if the peace and dlrtluna had mine true MN km w that

.l.,nehter and rei<.a...<.d on "Don't tie' K and ]urin the raw 01 1.. ;.. a.rut; for the ('arnient Fire Insurance rjeurjr lo\etl li.'r with a grail |lute. taut ,;
there ma Sat <'_ tail.i Fur an hour tile
In tb" sum ot It .IMIV KIKK|..II mm ui-. i. a til'd' 'n'>-a nor. It M ordered cuuiiauy still M.w lug: uiathlnea of all
lay .. ."f' awl th.,utbt. and time longer
nom be taken tn ru-tixv and held k that the case, IK *,nt don tuiikea. U>Ukbt sod .....1. He made blaapiienmue
she thought the our enterable site' t 11
priMtn ..;mliK' tn': nil! lb' .f'r- It 0 the Uou''t toirt for trial aru at the farmhouse" one day wan !

IIo i harg,!: brought! "11.11: "' hint l 111 that II m 'n. set le r cognned tt Jim 9'tr S D at
"Well : be Mill. utmt do
r
you Sarab bad ouly fallen Into n troubledleep '
II- K-.md J.n ty u'ti t ind. "110'111' .1.10 I | r n th. rev' tin of tbe ...11 Foss
and Sarah think1' I"f'IIOI: the agency ". wbeu the dog larked anal Henry
rrD..d, bill Biormnt 'r a* tol- c.atr' inl In ,'I th' l hnad ot the d"
.. fur a life luxuranee company and aa awoke HP did mt get up fur fear of
"
li f ni 'I e ti\ed M 1-0:
going to 'liraurb nut a little I .want to dliturlilng his wife. and after U'tenlug
i tC M: ('I.I')' :iPd Mf thnwe- In 'he n''II..r ..1 the l lade lountyn
Insure time Iwtb of you I'v. got TomFIMMHU to the dog for a few minute the
li' ng in open .<1I1t.'r! ) 0 t/i ys :\II"l'| tt. anj VNi ,
'r .n.l, bin n'Ift'. 11111 \\ h.-eler and thought of Aunt 1If'1."rnh'
'hart's. J"".'''*. rotr' 'is; Bid cn-. "v1,i 1110,00' b>' d"tendanl U prmlUUon '
l his wife. Mia Joliuwtu and hi* wlf and olrmn face came to lf\\ mind
: ..1 ..p'ree herein real..
t '11' i a taloe .rll1J: Oil-| n up ne a' ,
\\. J MI,:ih crime "'e', I.*,: nit in. ".",.1 I II K or..r..r, that the I'won''' and .eccral others and I'ui here to get He grliine.1 at the IN. .* if Sarah k'Ii-'

1Uvprtlfolo1.. ">r ,erI h" ;:intel: and that the final lee:eet you I want Jon to take $:J
I t. M"(X'K'. r".1"0.. net K tide If you die. Sarah. Jim bin gut ti'""' to began t. recall ...!...* mb,'r* ultra had 'Tlri Md,1dalena I

Ban, t" -\ arc Mo he :11 '': 'Ii trill, M I'"r lmnlrg: attaehnent for a11l'Ihrr 'buy you n inonuuiint pay funeral expi done that lunie thing Mie! could |1.\IIIh Winkler .

.IIP.-S and to :Nlazara rail blm( into the well. push bloi d the .
I 01 sitnPna'I a rl"M. wi go nay >wn
ia: nyMl
jrR. s p FORS, l 110 8. E. eth au I find teat la my *aa. rVrana to a ( i
of the More detendan'? ">rr I",1.0 until this, .rtf'rDoon.l 2o to ,..! over lain grief If ) ulI de. Jim cellar stairs or Uindcapolia, I builder I am now at work 'r'ry '!I
Inon:' > ot th!m a* c.' In 'H',1'' V ('locliI Kamli haM got money to t".%j you Jeceiult way t j enable' her to escape tletertluu. .
1 i / nod carry on the farm without and mlth that ,:-.tesl! abe' Would I Ie a I slab to eongratnlat yon *a WINED dayand hav gaJnad ;
Per 1 have bees ten ad.. I took
medicine no a. a poll
'bating to rush off and rich whliw and mludmin men wirefence
: anlu.
marry tser with catarrh of the atomaeh 101U. III your Pvraaa accordIng -
.
President Brown Makes a Reply .I 1 The jqulre went Into fnrtbtr explanatlona men piano agi'inn and men .Ithpal..t
I over two years. bat plans I have Wt/G1IT. todlreetlossasd
I He talked life Insurance and farm gate "would tumble over
mcneed tak. to* roU wa nor s
stayed to dinner He talked life each other t> ask for .her ba Dt1. I'be '
IDunnce GOOD I .. 'led. :
: Relative to Bond Sale Issue' remedy 1 uses .. II"
might not even pat a f 10 beadton at
and stayed to II.
aupper WORD rorriruiiA. steadily' eaa Bow brath with ...., and t'.,

I II I talked life luaurauee and stayed until bli (grave. maul now I can .. 'I my atopped. 1 had It for ,

0 dork In the' evening Then h. I There wa.
(From Dane Metropolis, Oct "j frionor the transaction will be ('tawd.1 drank two glasses of cider. ate three when the couple wok up next morning.They mj old trouble, and aa a matter .

: The weekly mevlinh 01 toe'daaru '.f ,, tour vey truly. I fried rakes and a piece of mine plo tried to make out that then* COVI-M, I will always hav a good took ao other medtrlo bat P r aa, +

Public Uork la! night Sal .sited i|I "\\ .... Brown. Fr,.. .1 and went home to make out two poll- want Sarah ,claimed but reallred to bare that a headache them was and lor Pcrmaa. It 8<
1 .d uy in tnree comiri4loatT ariloutatde ';"ht- clerk era Instructed to turnuh rip" for ti: n., each I James Mid be bad a touch of rbeoma "1 neommmt It to all my frl.n
:Mr brown with. the becemary, papersas I1 I Jim and daub bad decided! that Iud m* and It baa. -
01 'wt' u: a conimunteatlou -
I'eet'ipt; Warn Mra. Magdalena WlakUr Root
.. I I Insurance was a good thing Neither am ..,. oldand .
trum resident Urea. ot the soon a* po ible and to give all .E'1.UI. *
i At noon when. the husband cam up Westminster Md" .r"..:
tntoriiiation to facilitatethe wanted to die lout If death must com to work and bastards
ton D.' uai National Hank. relative necessary my a*
from the field be bad been "
to the cmaru. o! the bond sale to sale of the bond I' they mould u.>t lie email stout It. It thinking I thank you V.ry much for your ."
thing over and almost wished be bad
Tie. 1 eat ai/ely say that Pvrona a
would lie a l Loud to draw them itlllI .. Theoa Mlkkclaoo. Brigham
that tnititutlon was d""ced to Engineer Frederick vubmltteu the turned Aunt iN-burab of
a routine of buflrea ot more or leas profile for grading Mb street between I! closer together In the' course of a She out the bouae llanalla have saved my Ufa. Utah: wrtU: i1
was a meddlesome. ] old
1OIO.lpJ
a Importance IB* m'otn Wu'tlralloflV Avenue H and the Boulevard with couple of meek the pollrk-a were delivered thing. and be would let nothing ah. "When I wroU to yon th. Oral tl wish to thank you for all ttut good :'

trum ),Ir. Browc mat m to,lo"iM : the Information that b* has broken I the premium pilj. aul julre bad Mid aakiag pose advice. mr condition h. done me I am entireyfre! :-a
blm la
I annoy the least
K kclltui. tin Clerk tin grade: at a point loo feet meat at Junes staled to dinner again and aald Sarah had also been thinking and ao poor thai I did not thcough which.... to bother at* 5:
PRAI$
Miami. fr'ur.da.: the location thomn on the profile a. be Dnlitlted and wanted to lick his eapeettoliv.tbroagh every winter ..
about tbe ram thought, and So> there
Dear Sir: -1 hare our letter of H* adopted b>' the board the same I' plate, but remembered his dignity ta wa a return of dove and confldeoc. the "'a,". hat sow I f0R f, klda.)'. art also la rood >

September 1Mb. adMalng!: that ono giving!; a fall of .40 feet In the S3S | time I am wcfectly healthy. le[.RU-NA. and I f e. l 'I'-
It did
i I not lut tblrtyU boon bowrrer J
Fort Dallai Natlnnel Hank has been leet east from the manhole at Avenue "Now. then young/ folk*, tbla I I. the I ..80& praJa jroarledlela and better crvrsPf ,.

all rdE'd the recent taaue ot bond B The report and statement I bet thing you have done ao far In your Henry had to uarp a tb. ax. *aomh and I iweomoMnd It I ".,. Tor all the. RUM : .
and Sarah jaw him at It and felt that *
While the reao,utlon passed by mere. accepted live othera.1 tb. erwUt to
Keep on loving keeping{ op your be was contemplating a crime Sarah CXCIHT :;:
the Board u not In accordance mttti. I Superintendent Uodman sad tn-I i iKlneer | premium aa tfegy fall due and don.tI T. T. Marklaad a well-known bo xerlleal nwdt .
ankeu It the handle of a tabi knit I
1 oar bid at the same time I thinkwe hredertck were requested to I worry about the future Ulth fZOUO sea mat of Cincinnati O. write. Pernaa. I am plraMd to racon* ,1'
could not b* made fart by a Uttl.
.. can come to an understanding look into the advisability of placing coming to the anrvlvor In raM of death LaM W ClOd bw-a Ar, aa follows nj II to .v.rybiuy."
melted lsd and laid himself
.1'h the cm In the matter and I catch basins on 11th greet at the inter you ceedn either of you begrudge tile I Henry to o:

a will therefore ask *on to prepare tor .aeclona of Avenue B and C:. and Alton \anderbtlta.. Sarah caadrea after answering ber question: -

4 at a trana<>rtpt. under the seal' otIh report. .1 the next mf'f'UDC. I In tilt moat you | "Ah ha': Got melted lead oo her .\X IMHFAtlt $EAMNs
expensive| mourning mind, ban she} Low Round Trip RatesVidL&N.R.R.
Well FT got to lookout
: (city ot all In con A report from Fred Kutter.
proceeding!: conractor and Jim you can wear pateat leather IS HIS ntrlH: (,,.iMe ) I

eectlon mtth, this bond II'U" in order In the sum of f 1.040. on account I .hoe* and bear Niagara roar till you for my earl. I .

:a that me. mn\ end the mine to oar of 7th street paring. was recvited For the next four weeks the pairwere
get tired of It. i Manuo, 1'hlrago Traa-| .,
-retoadentf In :\o.e.ork. tor the and accepted hypocrite toward each other

.I 1 purpose of having thtr attorney pats The payroll tor the week ending I It was Squire Jones who was reapon They dlmx-mblol and dt>ret"..... They" tl.... Make ,MatrmrMIAmuoK .
al.le! for the Inanraiire. but It was Aunt '
'I
anon the legality of the I. le Vto>er 6. and amounting to ft .1- thought I lark thoughts: of euro other ilie& Nashville\ R.R.
1..I.orall mho ma nwisuuslhle' for w hstresulted.
'Kirdlrlted h i Ibis ;"it once t ace b;. was approved, and paid there James wanted to .1.l *e]> In the barn 0' the viaiiora in the t :

.Ise, the aoiaer me. get the certlt being no further business the board i The pollde had teen car, nights and Sarah wanteil to go home Coda) la )dr. George V Manon. nlavllle A: Naihvllle Railroad :
laid lu the !..tt Inrean
fnlly m
pJ copy o' the I.roc..dhn the 1<1J""rn"dI away and tell her m,itber all a'nnt It. prominent irannportatlon man ot ( sell round trap rates, from Jack .

drawer and tIle nljett talked out Thing were. ha"lt'tliDIl on toward a ('''1010. like all others cun>>.r .,lie to points' hown. on date ID-

:s mbednnt eborah came vlxitlng one wpunti: w hen, an they sat on the ind familiar with the tourist ted 1'r..I'nrt.on..ly| low rates, _.
afternoon Site had nit town Incited, :Jar :\la..D predicts an >r .... "
: Steamers in UUl
to. Oppose Schooners I 'mu.la one nU.fiafter nnit| n >r she "SI..tp'hut site! 1',1f'f'f'I1. ... '
p'as little hilt ed >-u >n tor tAe east coast sad OS -- hago ilia .
thinking a great deal i and return
I cJ t J make b brneT at home. and by and r ,orals this .
staler"The
farmer Joe ulllna came driving along i "'a "n M"are daily to September

the Miami-Key West Freighting)I by auiiouiiceit"hurau. : an I halted to say."Say a"awo.11 t>e earlier ( and limited to return until Oct ;

I have beard that you and usual and will last longer thin r>. :
you folk beard the new7"N r' ,
James have bad your lltea i..'ul'f'tl for before. said )lr. :Mason" In c<> \ 90-Denver. Colora Spring
I .. \\ bat 1 is Itr or ..
-- I II II eurU other 1..111.ont I told 'eui yon "It'll take breath autlon lln a ", ,,Irupoll. .....pr".DI.IIYe .. >lo. Col and return' On sale i
your away
I I I wens not the woman to g> Into any : -Bat let's bar It"ill. this morning t.vn now ,. until September lOth. Final y .

<;
If pre *at ,'' passenger!: travel the other II "But me h.".." rapped 8arab "\% are insured In has !busted hibber'uGllro"s and the next lew weeks sill so-s *>- Hot Springs. Ark. and r.- y.

t going via the attamen of the P. ft were insured two wt-eka ago" regular cxodu aoutawar.. I bey Ticket on .ae! dally Final

the bualnea* of jo: 8 S. i.lne The pftfuoaed steamer "Cpon my oul: :No one could have I "Oh James"kite: :" coming: Irom all parts of the (' limit 90 days from date of

schooner line route mill make a bid for a part of made m* believe It" try and the west will have an '
I "Oh. Sarah:
i seriously i I this pati-onage. and it I I. believed will "But why f What the matter' cedented representation ta* iu"I to September" 3)1'rond
And aa they went dancing around
Nework line make a serious Inroad on the bual "Sarah Harper. do you know that from all parta summer tourist tickets will be ott '
the veranda In each others )fro
anna
|y added to nets of the wiling vessels. a* transport yon have the same aa doomed yourself: "The Lalllornla diaaater of to various resorts Fall lafoe. .

ft, -C'inthla. ta I Ion mill be made quicker land to deathT aked Aunt I..b..nb. In a Colllni looked at them In astonishment will stimulate the travel In this: .. aehedulei. time tables. etc. r ?
and raid himself
to :
Nem York to more aatlafactory In every mannei boar.* whisper."What recilon All r.llrd..I? maklD.uDu.ual be banished promptly oa appll- I,
I "By George. I,at they seem to be to ... .. II to
do T" I I"I preparation .ocqm. <
p < *ng< r run Relative to the New'orkMiami you mean Aunty *" tt
dunned glad of It the travel and the service this E. Herring Florida Pass.
{ Vet and I 'hllO"f'r line the announcement la'', mean that there. Io't a man on the Agt,

foci u f'8'. made that the Manetlo Company face of this earth m bo wonMn kill his i And *o they were will pro"e. aurprtae lit W. Bay 8f. Jackaoavlllc Pit,

wife for the sake of r nm) In ( I! la the proper name for It Mid aMr '
But BOW ) 'll1Ih.1
i A Ultl ...._.-._.... Maaon Iravea lo Havana there'
thit a veil Inau-gurate That Innnrauce la a tenfl tatlon to mar ( eitlet to guarantee that

mill leave nrepired at the latter place. to New I l| der Mnndredi' of .-1".. have been "A young/ lady I know Mid an night on business ronected with ( ... BO Inhumane phase ot me
EnjrlUbuian. "got married last year IB .
other polnta & : York. where It U used In making I killed off every year and yon will be several interests he preaenta The fox chase I I. considered
and bad been
London only keepingboat. I
ted freight I tjnnltg 'or leather. etc la order'I one of them to go before another year II biggest shows. that bays
a week or two when a co ulnIn 'F. nTI'\U' 'UX CHllirr -": ,
tn put on the not to tome outh eaipty the com- roll over your bead" i eng gnd
the country pent her a brae of
ager: buttae pirwill\ load the vessels with The young wife laughed merrily at cm I" of wild Indian at sees
''rr..t"h' pheanants. Home people like to bang Wilt Iw a "' of the .....*-.>M,.. I b a r
I ir > I
fatty The fop Miami and may pomibly the idea. but Aunt IMionh grew moe.solemn Igwair will 1 D* exhibited t
phpaaanta- keep them a week or ( ......1 Fheal.; :
to< be an able : brine K'\ \\ eat freight The line and 1It't'Iou1t. and said: tte J "kllODvlJto< Camlv. I by J.

1 Large, and l ,1.1.I b, ugurated: a' an early datethe "Don fool yourself 8arah Jim I I. two letting them get: nigh on the f X' 'tar. in ag"nt who baa. cured 1e
t ground that the fresh flesh la tough hoi bunting I I. : sort. lm.al ,.
tourist travelHeretofore. Orst o s'l]"iz: 'o be rnnotiBced Junt B* good a husband a* any of 'em, n I. th" m fn>u the
d and atrtngy The rook knew thla. but Its followers. the '> : : .
Inter, Thus over < '< IIM r:' ...f" r .
doa :Miami his i atlont rf* a
have In
but men
i temptation
rummer pnt
you her mistress knew othlng miles them .. ih c .n .. ... p
young -poaItlvely thrilling i > ..1' .
: ctrl t
handled a great impnrtaneand business grow I way He'II be thinking of t hem K.oman i." I" iron the "sale ol
of 'of Ihrri-j to ... .
nothing-- cooking barking doge i air :
r Inn i I.tr the .
the time. and the longer be think support M the
trI I '1\\(,.Ie. ma'am: Mid the cook when. through wood. .leaping airru.r: ; r luuian choi I a
THE \ .\norp there mere the .eU' known I the raster It will\ come for him to : *
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the pbeaaanta arrived do yon like the hurdles on the trial of the Ttec Ink-'f
mr.l.r of children murder Two thousand dollar la : v'ling.' where t .
book and yon.
sonny blrda 'Igb"The T 'quadrup so well known for Its life and habttt of
Caro t ben of cash and out of tilt that the red people.
our Chicago. you way ao
lately Mra. "
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Somrthltig bird. eJeT said the mistress ness. W hen the alnmal la nlllu"" be studied, will rt
I Jack Graham hat been caked to I be
('ctot I...rre on the Club Extenilon Committee land op under I *han't be a bit aurprlaed of the chase that They wilt give ;,
What I mean ma am. the rook explained meat goes dance for the amusement or
and Mra J. S. Frederick day to bear that nave tai
on the any you
its value
la that folks like port '
''' some their and will show bow bead,
The ) ] Civic Committee The year book been found murdered Squire' Jane birds atale"Tb .' I A real fox chase will be shown .. hair twig. Feather

th. foliarlng; \ containing a carefully prepared program ought to be pro aecsted for coaxing you tall? repeated the mltraa the Jacknonvllle Carnival :No tern of wild anlmala are and the

all Club ol I'I: will shortly be In the hands Into orh a thing, and I'll tell him ao more puzzled than ever 5th to 10th The woodland : article 'that bt>: converted
t'JOI"Pn. I.I la
I In of the member. before' the week I III out." I *
Ear will be encagde and instead of boo'
.
I I I wAnd then In order not to appear Ignorant y home of the more rivilixeil it
o-ganlrattoB (' Sarah continued to laugh and make In the cook eyes abe smiled carried horseback In the rear ..h... :

Woman Huh Will Hate Twelve Office fan at the" Idea and It was finally brightly and ..''d. they could .e*> but !little of the .... .1'fUD. I '.. ptint and leathers' and u

this Ilab 6roi bed to take soft and carpet mill fellow '
ago: I I'I"t'III11"aon. for laying the fonnditlon up soap 'Prepare the tlrda. please, with the the spectators -! they did, b.f >r.driven rj
foxtall'Iub. rag*. "lII'n..t" about getrtg.rapper within few feet of their .
of the new Prout block at eyes and the tall IH.ih: don a .y. I bv the elders ot the I sits d'

Sine that th. corner of Avenue C and 11th : Aunt eborah made a sneak The cage xnrrounda an enrl.... "*, the Indiana wH!

proereaalve outdoor an.1 carght the" huaband be here. the > ialor mill. stand. wood
a street. are being made The hiocamill a* Drmrnk a Ho .k... .( ,. !... apt < tnB
s of cams from the eornnel.1. the fox tiles through the I ,.
panmentt .
s be 1SOX49 facing on Avenue C. up Of the gnat a.I.lar I and writer. passages b>' the summer the and "Well:' she IM. after be greeted keep out of reach of the "
one story high The malla. milt i gan George Buchanan. It In rebated that b* with women and children

I |y 111 for a be of reinforced concrete and the I her "you want Sarah to rhop you upI was told by bin d n.t,
mai provided out Hide flnlahlng of gothic archltec i I with the *\ or pour melted lead inyour stained from wine u.. might live flv* be .... n.It'n h.. I. at laat ". .. Indiana of Mr Avant > Indian

..teI1. Mr. see" ed and the dogs fall n.ion him
lure 11..1\1 contain twelve office. ear. I or ill yean and list If continued :e are dancen'u. and the bIg|

to again take 12 1-! by 40 feet "That la It. aunty?' to drink be could bold out three weekaft of the struggle: will be tnlued '". hurls or" Joar a. unable as -

r tlrg great "If that life In..onln. Henry Hlr longed I!Lome rider has fallen Into a ('no.. I timid crowd that it.ind around .1

/ voting people" i I .*.. .\a f.1 Co.Kh Cared per .I'm astonished at you lIo.ou ;et you gone" be f's'I.tm.d.H..lth but his battle to escape ",11ht\ > ..... 1 ,)(' at th.m r ft

I: 1 fee being ed with the excitement .. ..
t know bow m.DY1" killed their mar dances. mhl. D
'
Tmo. years ago our little girl hada your 1.l't'IIfTlf'U"UII said your course of.If..t i, w|"I| Inclna
I" tbe In thlt climax.The .
g I huha.nd last to the famous
corn dance
if. and know that and son
touch of I would rather dane
pneumonia. mhlch
t''e eJacMlontJ left sneer. I dog. will be muzzled m be one ol
her mith Ilve three r-etka and be drunk I the btrtr..1: attractioa
an awful
congh bile everyday '
Sch Baa 'j i and ,
rjaten the fox run not be Injured nlast :
,'spells of coughing jest.e on. with "V., million prrhap. but Sarah Imtgrfng than all Tears without drinkingwine1" omnnhnwxm 'n'lu "
f-+ tl to the hooping : to kill me"Time ." and children mill be among the "rI other rnrloaltle.'n,111ng" 'Ill', 'r- y'4
tu the ppeal cough: and aom I I Itatort. A nnmbe: ot big foxes .
and the
will. tell James time will\ tell I fanta.lir
'lane
; !
thought she mould. He was a. gooil aa his word. liar rs rIlADI
not get I
> well at ,
th. .b< be brought to Jacksonville for
.
t ;ig to the all We got a bottle of Chamber I Sarab I I" sweet and 1 lovely' and Innocent I Inn dbM-hargnl hi* |Ib) .Irian like aleopirate orcaalon I their q seer oar w',0,,,,.

f laln's I but when there. "..f"O at stake ,
tough Remedy mhlrh acted man be onlrml a boa>"beadof I
I',e townSeveral iie live rox (ha emn*-m" "IT
like I mh') _n, tell what a woman will do! .tlerlye -rvir. are
new a charm She Mopped cough: grape wine to I lie net at his b d onipniT and the lcrnv-! \n.or' .. inr being

ri for the t> I Ing and got tout and fat" write I I With this farm and all that money i behind ......resolved to see the bottom of It lion have signed contracts for I of -"Il the ro the "'nor and .,. 'rI

m 1. rneetlff Mr (ira 8....rd. Bmbaker. ill. ber 1 It be was a widow she ran before b* died. and .be carried himself week of the ('a ml ml and ten'im.. ,building aria.) and eryant ii qo.r
of
r ..'...<_.11e .. I This remedy la for tale by Biscayne 1 catch a better looking man than you ao valiantly that be emptied It to ll K have Awn "lUhert h' 'Pi-.P' : the "nj; H' H" a

1)> i. C I and all dl'1lcctau. I Th good natnred' young man O.Br -I the lees.-Blackwoud's Magazlas aame heirg ''t- I i-r"o, 4.
K aiBber of yy Chase people" fro:a polio or.al* and coavenlenc la tnintar..



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| The best that money can uu) 'I !<''M! I'ohrt- SfalUllr. Ir

Blue Ribbon Iw-mon and t'antlla.Abaolutely '
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| Jv) far this. mouth the i r,;i'" bps'mode THE RACKET
pure. goes t" K-e as tar LEGAL PAPERS FILED STORE
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lu"'IIIIrr'M' tint .... '1' l Jh..rtff' ,
I and the Blue Ribbon h lavor is ml the jinn of JJOTlor ., I in bats an : i '

; personal/ eL1cus Hofcs perfection. Ark lor the ;tic sue. (enures r'lfteeu "U u .1.' Ik.d I Dealers laStore

J I .OI.lne on the nlreof et. as at ffll l deed; John Frohock. a*

Mr and Mrs. F.. A Halley are the arrei
arranging their property interests In ...- lion 11. tp. :+1. south fangs: Department: Goods

.. I in Miami to leave shortly lor Lavton. Improving South Kiter Slm1i 41 aal.

Okl They have resided lu this Chattel '
i tee city prisoners anti hired help mortgage: : A. B. Chapman
Miss Sue Smith It recovered from Mrs John bills hat returned from city for somtf time sad have numerous to Jos Za if Co. for It. \ .
are engaged under the d.r "'. .on" ol sc.
a few da>* light Illne**. ; t lengthy visit in the nona.I. IrlPDde who will secret to i Street Superintendent J II Hodman.In Mortgage; Ida M. Lloyd to Mary 12 Qt. [Covered Slop ;

;, learn of their ....
I. : coming departureMrs. filling In aud 1 Brie .11. I 1.%UO.I I
: South
liiifroting |
!,.. Mr and Mrs \Vm. Pop spent |' Miss Johnson of Naswu. Is the 'I Ither Street i Letter patent; Slate of Florida to, II j Pail

r undrf) In Wet Palm Beach. guest of Mrs. Hector Monroe at her Liicco, site. of pastor l.urro :\lIa"ll Cycle Co. i

home on Mh street. of the l'aloo1: b church ot r>i 1 \\ I
{ ;' \ dew IhiwIliiK tilt ) arranty deed ; S. F.. IngalU et
Mr ;od Mrn. L. J. Rodgers are reJtiirlnv ,,1..0111.10.: died In tn.t cit> on last sal lo J. M.
II. holding
I is stated that .1 Irowllnq she, 132, lots 1 and
"' .'r the adtent Into their Dr J B Screven. mho was strtckd Thuroday. Mrs uucco has speut a ;| iu lf conducted In a hi -vlj .s mi'ii-: -'. block le. Mallandale.

borne ot a fine girl last BigHt. .. In one aide t. .. paralysis on number of months in :Miami and aletter
1 pe! will be o.eneal| uIl; on or a.mutt : Warranty deed; Frank Slaven tho. v

... Monday U .slightly better toda)'. to friends here from KerLuero t 1\.I'lIIlIo'r I 1st ... (ire Pore r' >n: r Mann.! 11.011. part ol section!

Rev II II Sturgis the East Coast i brought the sad intelligenceof the Roth bulldl'iK iWrit- I "l w .ll :i 11. -unliiji Sri. .south range 31
her
death.
. Baptlet <8I<.onar) U In the city Mr H T. Llckllder. repreeentlnn'the street near the V. t u t j|>o.m. ottiC'j .t

: en one of his regular vlslt Southern I Unlit ManufacturingCompan ; I _.....,..("tluO of mortgage; I). d 49cts.

> is again mlth pharmacists; Mr*. AlcAlllster-HecD. and lntle ,j r'.rvclmg: lt..-i.l..n< c. l ....1.1) tiet'urlty Co. to Mark Cary..V.O.IK.me. : :!.
Mm R F In the son \\illle, rcturne. from a delight-
SmKh. and tao little city.
I' Iul tour of the Indlait! i :\1 r" i hit f t. istory : H. B. Duane et uir tot +
lerrllur I
daughters Kutb and Mionil. mill'I i ) .
; l I
Uade
County Security Co. for
I Texas and the Carolinas ., si r :, a r .1 I on It t l.uo.
.; tea re Saturday for a trip to lamp. Aetna dynamite and supplies for Beck returns rested and invigorated Mr i| strift. and |lot.>II..... the murk' in orIcr MortK..g<-. Laura hoteUrud toUdde When you want anything to + ,

\" tilt by Lummua *; 8wclL I' beady for the scannns. rush ot bus!- {', to lmi..h mlthla three meekj Mr.I Cuiinty Security Co.. for 11)0.I '. 1 furnish your kitchen we have
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Mr C Haas hat returned to i nH. In the JlcAIIUter-Beck real estate tuner\ I U Khomlnx: his< faith in All- I| Mortgage Gt'<). C. Boles to Undo I j it and at the lowest prices. '

T. Philadelphia .flt'r'a pleasant visit ami b> path Pear adding to liii: list COli Diy Security Co.. for i1.2uo. i iI

, with her daughters: la Miami ind I Mr John Graham on of lr. agency. I of fine prop.rtlea In the cit> I| Warrant} deed; R. Welborn et n x'i: 'i

Buena Vlata. I Walter Graham baa returned to Mli 1 to H. B. Doane fur |'0o.\ lots 19 ana II.
:.J i amt after a three months in A card from Mr. Forest Baldwinmho
lay
i j.'U.. block OS! norvh. Miami. : >
was summoned to Battle freest \ flack Monkey. W. H
Philadelphia where be recently uuderment I Warranty deed ; I K.! O. Dorn anu' Chaille 6 Son ;
Mrs Redmond B. Gautler mil re- two successful operations. I :Mich., several week ago by the Get Ashcraft has displayed 1 In .

:,; tarn the first of next meek Irani a j':'alarming (Illness of his .lte. states'that front of his place of business a small, husband to Mark Cary lor II a. 1 lot |
,9. of Horn'. sub-division of Block ii 1211 Avenue D. Tfeone 113DR.
::; summer's outing la AIht'.llla.'urtb| : Mr the operation tthlrh she nndei- black monkey. which affords much i -
i Harvey Clopton returned homiMonday e DOl 111. Miami. .
-\ Carolina.Mr seat vat so fir successful and that I Interest by in acrobatic feats Th" .I
I from a visit to relatlxes i' Warranty dIed; Mark Cary to Q.
I although not out of danger there I stunts .It does are sufficient{ to mat
and friends at Eatonton. G*.. 1 C holes for U, lot* H and (. Dora .
F A. Barrett returned home and Is Dick al his accustomed place I mere strong hope_of her recovery >'of 1the: themselves.beet of circus arlUli eel ashaoidt subdivision of block 67. north. Mi'arl. D R. SCREYEN[ STRICKENWITH

list night from her summer outIng li '
in Ihe Miami Shoe Company storeOrder .
In Minnesota I If yon are going to out I _
spent and otheyolnta r par your I
Warranty deed. Fort
Dallas
Las i
good money for a machine, why not i Leave* Military Service P ARAL YSIS
, a ease of-.ort JrUka delivered Cc to George C. Bolls for 313S.Y .
/ I jet the best. Other makes are guoaI After twelve years service tn th. io3.: block U. Miami
The friends \ n chipped to you by the Miami Bottling Due we claim for the STANDARD all
III'"' here .f Condje- I .Florida State Troops, first sergeant: Lh ed. .'. E! C Hallway Co to \\ 1'

, tor GeorgeVoodali.. of the r'. ... C. Work*. MTgh. Miami J'u the food qualities of other and many Paul Jaudon of the :Miami Hifles, F s-ample. tor $124.00.!! I'.*<' tore s ,

Railway mill regret to learn tat he I additional oar*. If you really want Company L Is again a private cltlzeu'''In section :24, tp. 48 south range.42. : :

1* lying critically III with an Incurable Ur. J. C. Abernathy the popul.tr I the beet machine made, cat OB us and will\ not re-enlist unless his set r- east. Fell From His Wheel and Afterwards -

disease at his home In St. ....- proprietor of the Blscayne Drug 8tor. !lor let os call on yon, sad we *1U tell { vice should be needed to detenu the Warranty deed. Elizabeth V. 'ohoe r-

....tJn.. returned home about them tate and country. Mr. Jaudon ma Found la Start
Sunday night from Atlanta son to Edwin; 8. and Ada H. Johnson Helpless 1

s here be baa been spending i a good and profllclent soldier and tor It.00 and other considerations,

Mrs. E. L. White will entertain the past two week combining Du.- 'i Mr. Kngen! M. Komfh. of the All.IhonItomlb his services .-11be missed In the. lot 2, block 2, containing 19 acre* It is Believed That He Will SooaRecvrer. t.

a number of the young friends of loess with pleasure. Company, mho has been local organliatlon. firs section 10, tp. 54 south rang.
r ber daughter Mist Mildred on Saturday spending the past two or three weeksIn 41. east. .}

, night it her horn on. Ninth )(r. and Mrs. A. L. La 8slie. sob.* | the eastern markets purt'b..lnlttbe Will 0 pea Cigar r.rtory.I Warranty deed. J. W. Erlekson to d

'a street, that day being the latter have been spending two or three winter aDd spring stock ot I The :Messrs. Xlraanlet Bros C. L. H. B. nee lor I20U.OO\ lots l> auu ---... ',.

kirthday. seeks In New York and other eastern good for nl' company has returned and George, ..11la a few days oj..>n 20, block 14, Enckson's addition: to .'

cities, have returned home. They home reporting that he bad a up a cigar factory occupying one of Mliiml.ie ,

'; Mr Charlie Thompson has purchased report having had a very pleasant most enjoyable time, and selectedone i the rooms on the second floor ot ml I Mortgage: deed. Elby' Robert and From Oklly Mar>i>.,IU. uct. "' 1'i

the two houses and lot on outing. of the most upto date and aura Mrtrojiolls 'building The factoryi I| -If.| to Annie E. Hull for 10 Ow, Ur. J. B. Strerea. tb.. well .

{live stocks of men s turmchtngs i mill he operated on small stale, l Iota drc JII.I.; was stricken wltQ '"'
the 11 and 12 -
north corset of llth and C and .a. block 20. Clow a(. p ralrsi
t Is having the yards Improved and 1 you want fertiliser' consult J. E.Lurnmu (lever brought to Miami. 'at first but enlarged; the. demandIncrease I dllion to West Palm Beach ls yesterday morning: and not touaj \r
'
Till replace the fence with a low *. agent for th* old ,rvllaM 'I ties- gentlemen a e' \\'arrantdeed.. Model land ;J. I: until In the afternoon' lie i I. noa -* :v'
IkMght Large tlonwhoat. sell Known In the :Miami clg-ir trader l { his home on th
tone wall This property is re DBradley' good I to James Freeman for 5J.io.. ouin I sreet wit.. condi ;{
I A large; houseboat which has Oee and make. a brand of clears, ,icond to, half Ion unchanged
trally located .vte commanded a block 31 town of \..ntl'n. though It la hoped I _
berthed for the past wreral month* i rove on the market. 'and believed
good: priceMiss I j riaiinfactlon of mortgage; E. A. by the attending phy _
Mr Chi I :
Casper Hefty the efficient has been purthaoed bv the K t;. C sician/ that be mill
llntmorth
to L. B.
| Hnnt> |I'"> operator In the M.lrolOlI.oft ; siRallmay i ext<*h..lon departmont. and IN-Ihrnsl to Owrvr. Savage et al. 'I It appears that recuveri.Ur "
Satisfaction
Sarah Farla. daughter, ol I-p loft for of mortgage Realty. bcrevn Will )
; OJus Saturday night yesterday afttrnonn towed from
sons '
The large: "l'1011 M S.Moreno, mhich :Mortgage Co J. ;..Btrlcken while riding bias plc)clt'
to L. near
Dr
and Mrs W. W. Ely.
Rarto. mill arrive |I. here h- will \
spend weeks
a vac ithe river to toe terminal dock' \>\ has been undergoing teiairs and ain i his place ot buslne .
In Miami next week to make [lion la the moods Warranty deed James II O..n.pt onrPaue U.
hunting and itstr hthe tug Nettle J. The ho".1, ..
'b il b4't"f'tc'aIlh
:
T rhunj which
; tier born.tlh them Miss Far Ing.r ''mill receive ; anton= mas nx to George W Brown for ll "iw and 14th streets Hf..11 .
.onirepair* and then :h- 11151 i ill'tion:1 of f'om bill
bas been a student in the Mood} ivnt to the k Z'j.hor..jH en on.' quarter Inter- In w 1.::: of -n w. mheei. but way gotten t
< ya ai living: quarters engine and the Into b..
fittlpg of two ii store.
Institute In Chicago preparing: t I Mr. and Mr. M. D. |{nnll r..- for markmenItnuritnt 1-1 1-1 of section 7. tp 40, south.range :
'mense, I
Ire bogs the So-ithfill he then
;' the life missionary but mill turned home Sunday it WH ; a earl /( flowed and, locked the ,

f.a.. .. :. morning. from Sac d-livered! to h"r 0" n..r. H. DA"e I I1111P Mortgage deed A. W. Coates door ivmalnlng in a chair until This
l ;aiiie. tows, snore Mrs. ;tiu...-II. wentearly to !forth.o I et ux {
) lier parents who .;; tow practically ; f In the summer on i> visit t The houseboat Everglade which ) fdaThe Moreno N now I jto The CW 8arll ron Co. for II 1 ut)I dinner w as brought him. Ha mabjagtd .i

.: alone the a drat! rises fishing smack! and mill ton acm In teflon 3. 54. '; : to walk sumclently to open the '
south
otjer sons and daughters I.th.nd friend tp. ,
AI Russell hauled ;
OW : ,, was out on th" ages l lues-i be lined by Mr. Mailer In 1.1. fish door but
range I J. f'otllltorlCsp was in a terrible state
being widely tctltered. Joining her there a few week ago day moralng tor some smell repairs, i'of
business this M>nv>n ) deed suffering.; \
to her hull Wright Danielsw to.
launched
was this aiternoon : A ?
I
MrV James Money' to loaa E. Swoope for 120'. south half physician ws summoned and P
Rodgers arrived in OB improved property. and returned tn her berth _
1 Tag Chllds West AgroaMl Ion 13 i : i receiving treatment he
and ;O. Come was taxesto
Miami! last nlgth from a gee meek 0. 8. Amed... CoetauTM Grove at the Seminole dock where she will grant. hit ,.
home
a. trip to South Carolina PhiladelphiaJs'ew I finish fitting for the trrommo<;a-' The tug: George: W Chlldi. Captain Warranty deed Fort Dallas Ijina '(! The and made comfnrtahle. ;

York Grlfflng.; of Key West, while towing Company to M r. Padgett for U7i paralysis It In .e right side, l.
ty and lion '
, Washington spendIng Mr. and of her Owner, C<,1. Thompson
Mrs. D. U. andlid..
...,. Connally re- J the chooner Joseph P. Into seat' half lot the stroke was '
and sever
most of the time In New lork.i I turned from and guests, who are expected to arrive Cop r a all of lot (:. Ilk It .
a summer vacation the river afteAoon jls believed that he will\
Sunday 01137. n Miami nltlmaterr'recover ;K
visiting friends and making In few seeks |
heavy i spent silo their daughters a to spend the
in rKniver. out of the narrow channel Just after Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land and be able tn return at* .
tt purchase for the Ahthtny-Romlb Colo and In Illinois winter In Ibeat..ra of this .Iclnlt)'. dories
i- Company men's fvrnlithlag house'. Bothare entering the mouth of the river ana Company to J. J Chefneux for ll'T I within two or three week
i iWr very much Improved in h..ItD.nd l ran her aground. She lot 4 and I' This Is the t'Y' >
east half '
": Rodgers returns greatly invigorated ,. [ 'lloMwbnnt. lUffhoaw Sold. was nnabe lot S block :Ii a.
enjoyed their vacation sis Dr
" thorough-i to extricate :Miami. Screven has eveiynuffered.
herself and reiu.tlna ra i and
st .
I !
and rested by his vacation |I ir. letter from Brookljn, state that |
." and change of *('*.... I the palatial houseboat Ruff house the water line being raised fully two | Warranty deed R. A. WVstonArjnold many: friend hope that It will not
result Srf.
: fi>et out of water on low tide. The to Joh P Toms for 11 60 .nd serious.
'
.1 -- The toadies Aid owned by Mr. A. Whitney, of Morriitonn. .
Society of the N. J.. hns been tng Is on a sandbank and will\ begotten other considerations! ten acres In sec- |
sold and
Leased I rtrre Hoa_. Pn-shyterlcn church will. Is I
give a unl- i' off without Injury After the lion IT. tp 54 south 41. |, Power ,
range east Boat \\ _
H.
.
Mr Pine, of Cocnanat Grove has qne musicale' at the home of Miss 'D07 being prepared to come 1011: I I "* ""

leased the LaBree bo..... of shish Sadie Kolb. corner Avenue C and bit: ami this teatiin. The Ruff House tug; grounded the schooner Was !IT. Cemten deed. C'ty' of Miami to The large 1'0'0r boat U'lnoni hillIng '.
warped to the Banner N Gautler .
for
tr\ line dockabout 135 0.1 hits IS ana ,
)Ira i. R I.JBPP has been proprietress s treet. on Thursday October I JIb It mill be reaiembered. made Miami from th- Ockliwaha river via,
awn hundred yards distant. | 16. block If!. Miami cemetery |! .
';. for several seasons and who from 3. :"> to 5:30: p. m. All mehere headquarter for several yearn, occupying Jacksonville enroute to ('1..ar..I"r .;

r lu-s made a success of the hotel and th. tr friends a berth up the Miami rh'prIin i on th" m-ciit ca t. arrived In port .
are Invitedto '
Profit on the farm In Dade The reception\ given the 1..I..s l '
t.;: business She toe !. Djma to reside attend. Bernice H. Ball Sec. i iBrtdley'i the summer time Last,( rprlbi, l Is croin'v by Ibis morning; liv the cinal from \\rt ;".
o rronrlv Aid
to the
a sn'e thing that the congregation of the Hup-i,
she taken north and timarket. Pulm Heath The
was \Vlnona
owning a substantial farm and put on r |' la cou.nand .
most Igrnrunt need not fail. If thesinie list chart Tued.iy nlxht at other Interest at that place fertlllrcr the i but tit appears that a sale of Captain John Myers, the'veteran
'N best hI
of dence
amount labor and planingU of Airs. .
tl'J.rtprm3.
<'I.
For sale by J. B. Lummnt, Mltml. .has i Just been_cunaumwateJ.Fishing exp.>nd<.d oft the soil In this *eoitlor. 1 the Boulevard. was a derided .o trees j !She' it coast that pilot and navtgatoi. i;
s. Mr George f Floyd of General ir on yacht ord..r and is t>elng -
son !
I !r fleet Arrive thata/ rut In the ground In [ Many of the guest were visitors, or i l ; delivered ..
K' Freight Agent G. C. Flo> d. m The vonrg people. of the soutn Indiana or Illinois the profit of each> nonmenbers and It was the spec tat |' 1..arwIII.r. to newnwnWs In .
the F E C Railway\ i The smack 1..0mE'.nd Crese with'several The trip was made Inside '
passed tnrouzh
MnhodUchurch' acre will show that .
enjoyed a delight-1 I' ten arrt acre | .pleasure: of the members to mak, from
r the city Sunday en route to the fat launch and gill net boat., Is .. Mosquito Inlet and front ..,
social at the home ot Mr*. H. A. as valuable .. 110 acres th re. Ib.pl'O Ie. A committee tr o'Lake'

., xtcnsloa: operations of the nliwaywhere Belcher Tuesday night. The entertainment .belonging to the Florida Fish at .'soCfit' are there so many failures the Aid received also Mr*. Quar1K I iTho craft Worth will to Miami by the callal",. :
ue Is connected" with the dace Company arrived in port Sunday remain h..re until she ueredfrturhe.l .'
engineering here them? Because th
-vas for the purpose of getting re I I. t > terman and her daughters!: I
from Eau Gallle and tied '"a I weather condl'lon" h.. ,
>
department. He hadbeen up tnnch '
toretnT; old and new member of gambling done A man with f 'gracious In their hsspltality. and' beroTi

:. on a visit to hU parent* and the Epworth League, which will b at the company's dock In the MUmlriver. i 11 //19. will\ put In three to five acres ;''the evening was wholly pleasant. A'the' nettled\ She I. berthed at ..
<
Royal Palm
; dock.
relative I* St. Augustine. The smack Gary accompaniedy :
|Inhortiy reorganised. Th pastor of tomatoes and camels to clear male I quartette composed of MesaJames r r
Rev a number of other smacKs a.ndpo..pr II ,'OO/ II. He has been ..
I. on
1) Lowe I* a moving spirit so arethat T. Sanders, Oscar T Con kiln, i' ..
If | In the league; and the member will I boat belonging to the ttme t h- sill make II hit crop and PI Claude: Brown and Gllisple tjnloei; f :'funeral of i. H. Chat**. (

find many pleasant benefits from company wilt arrive here the latter' a !good price for It that he will not furnished two fine selections, and ]I J The funeral' of the late J. 9. Chase

ThriceaWeekNEW I jthes* meeting i iI part of the present, week. The entire i- plant anything; else He buy the "1'* Lillian McOahey entertainlode od was held Sunday afternoon at 3 341 i.
{ fleet mill < feed fonthe hors aad canned 'o'clock
R' several I from
I piano seledlons. 1 the reu'denc .
j FOR SALK l Plot-Ida Fish A; Produce Company, for the Vamlly because !t +take to<* tea, fruit punch and fancy confer-'soI'Avenue C. the service at the op bones aorta .;

YORK WORLD (operating In the mackerel iltningbu ",urh time and some one has told dons abounded, served from a prettily being r.rodnct*d by Rv Dr
Twenty !Kan -
acre of the best /lns. from this the ,
I veget-1| port comlnlI him that b cant ral_ anvthinchere t deiorsted table presided and shone at th*
Table land on Black Point ovt r hy grave by the Weal
between Cutler and Homestead prlsrle, ,I season nt the time when he should: be Mrs Romfh. and Miss QuartrmanOmlng lodge of Mason, of whtrb" d"r eased rjaDs
{: r pa .
pn'tlnr (In a garden for the hot e.
:
was a
..1for to a slight {Indisposition prominent
member
cnltlvatlon' and near the rail\ The funeral i
City Sanitary inspector Neilsonsaid
If he shnnld have of to
a crop mapatine and his wlte. was an
road. Price 135 00 per acre. Term Rev and Mrs unusually tare( oa* th* \i
this that
moralng the two mul"M.n4
taws he will\ haul a load of tom wktet' "
half cash and the E Stanton did not rmali' hut masons attending with
' balance In one carts, ordered purchased b> the town and load of hay for thee a larg membrhlp. :;
to
: I Iti a : short time. These arid
rear Lock a
; $1.00 a Year. box SS. DradentowFlorida. a. reception aprobably many Citizens and .
council at Itl' last meeting; for t t. horse bark hone again; There i I. Ihe be Infriends' otherwise)
repeated and are being present 'the
, city sanitary
used In removing (trash and iyfa+ there are to .save Hay can be had W. H. Comb of !
the Co.
; members and the welcomIng
:: I Have for a Short Time deposited along the curbing from for the cutting, and one crop mlM'1 pay : of the constantly arriving tiringer i;

premise have not yet been acquired for all the machinery that l I' needed *. KM Hoisting lower; :

on account of both Messrs Raulerson ito pnt l It up mlth. Get a McOrmlok -
leave
if At
: Subscription 5 of the best bargains and Cnallle. of the r'nltar) mower and a hay: Prot *-.d To Search for K1.... which The: arrived schooner at Joseph. Cooper ;
:
-1 committee of the council" authorized the Banner Uo
make at much of the hay that will /

in real estate to da the purchasing! bring: out of' come from the crop after the ton .- number of fishing! smacks ex- dork Sunday: afternoon I U one of the '
wet to get the latter few
; away part of coasting vewel
I. 0tt
"4
'bAt' with .
the city Captain Nellnn states toe are gathered as was made: from m -
the week for the mackerel chlnerv
ground rnA
the team are badly needed engln for holMlmc mil
b Dade County. Prices ss many thMn. :
tit print the name being more to dlacovviTheth and loading' and
believing that the teat dlvharxlng cargnjTcnlav "
persons Tiny Field Fence and raise ynnri

would be purchased at once hate p,.,i- -next and have money coming Inn ;'heir! r or not the fish have made I It. j Idlncharce j the engine l I" teeing wed to t
ln S'lfficlent
appearance I
C. C. numlieit the
Carroll '"M barrels end boxev of trash .. from that.: W..III..11 you the cargo from tn* bold
r 'Than to commence the of
seasons the vessel l ,
the slrtewrlts for it m a rxollne: altilr' .
removal
Farm and
Machinery give
you tray .
1'S .... r.ons.: Pr.irtlcally all | ,...
'., p ot tne and rn th* h.-.i .lest ar'lrls
211 Apse D. North teams will| be bo"Jh' 'oils 01) th' v r.ous'TUhllg !
concerns ease 'h .
s
f ire or the orfcer of tho ab.n., n m- MIAMI H \RJt\\ 1t:F. (Y\I1'\\ TaclM-ailsg; sad e.p4lting 2
Notary Mibbc ro' r 0"In *h ape and fitted to 'I '
irk
and Rental
open wnii-h
Aient gentlemen return to the cit i We watt four )blWJ.c. o B"rw|*. woil he season 1 i done
j by hand "
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Office 1200 and one-half; Avenue D, Miami, Florida





Last of Orange and Grapefruit Groves For Sale are In bearing; the Income from thla alone was 1.500 The hou Is two story with 7 large rooms plasteredthroughout '"

last picking. This year there Is estimated to be 2000 has a barn: etc. Price II5.900 cash. ;
No. I.-This It a I* acre tract 25 of which U planted
boxes of
grapefruit, average price 11.00. The other Improvement No. II.Contains <. with
acre 7 acres planted Ingrove. I J
; IB crape fn.lt and nearly II bearing. Four thousand dollar -
are as follows, one Bve room residence one In good location and
very reasonable at ....... '
worth of fruit was shipped from this last .
grove yeai.This .
14x40 .
packing bouse the first story being of native No. 17.-Beautiful country house on the famous : %
Is a food Investment and must be sold to settle
up a
tone and the second wood.
This house Is equipped Miami-Palm Beach rock road Thl '
at estate Price 111.200. terms one-half (each balance place has 1 1-1 '{
with everything necessary for packing the fruit such aa acre all planted In 0...... Mangoes Avacado Pear. 'j..1
la two and three years at ( per cent Interest on deferredpDments.
alien bins etc. It also has a house for the laborer
Grapefruit. Pineapple, windmill\ and tank.
4 cottage _I-
The property is only three miles from theCity
and a barn. This Is a flrst class property and a bar for help, one large house
of Miami and a rood hard rock road lead to the country containing I large i i
Price ..110
gain. "
cash.
terms
place. ; and well arranged room. Barn UIII. etc. Price '. .
No. 10.-10 acres within easy distance of Miami 110,00. *. (
No. 2.-Five acres three miles from the court house eight acres In grove containing 1000 tree In grapefruit No. 18.-10 acre at Larklas eight mile south. of
in MIami. A hard rock road leads to this property. and oranges, besides pineapple and other fruits. This Miami on main rock road contains SO* grapefruit and

I This 1s the cheapest place we hire when we consider season one solid car of grapefruit was shipped from orange trees, one six room cottage barn etc. Pile
1U Income On this property there are 10* citrus trees. this grove the fruit being picked from only 211 tree*, 11.50.00 s
+ ronsUtlEg of limes lemons orange, grapefruit tangerines the fruit brought 12.00 : \ be No. It.-II* acre In famous Cocoanut Grove sec ti1
msaderine. guavss. pecans and mangoes. 500 banana picked during December pertint.. year.T. cropother Improvements tion. II acres cleared 15* orange and grapefruit tree t
and avocado pear trees the most In bearing the In this place are a three room cottage xable. One I room house and Dar Price .....00.
citrus trees are all In bearing at this moment and will packing house and the grove Is fenced all the Improvements No 1*.-4 acre, one mile south. of Cocoanut Grove r'f

pay a handsome Interest on the Investment. Price are In good condition. 11 acre of good vegetable contains 99 grapefruit tree. 101 choice varieties' of .
IZ.Ceo. one-half cash, balance In one year at S per "tniInterest land soluble for ralstrg early and late crop oranges, beginning to bear county rock on one aide ;x-

on deferred payment goes with this tract. The age of the grove range from overlooking bay on other. A bargain at tlJOO.
three to eight five between and No. II.-to &el'". 1* pleatedn grove of grapefruit
No. |j Seven acres, three mile from the court i.ela years acres being seven .
V this city on rock road. This property In _'. od eight I year Price $11,000. and orange.. Income estimated to be this year 11100.
Price '
611,000. half caahHOME8TKAIW ,
condition and has IS* grspefrult tree, three years old. No. 11.-Ten acre of pineapple and grapefruit facing ; ,
will bear next year 75 avacado pears and three varle- the famous Miami-Palm Beach paved road. It also baa
tier of grape bearing, some of the vine being two a good view of Biscayne Bay. The pineapples will bear : FOR HALE
year old Price 11.00. halt caah. On this property this year and will pay a nandsome Interest on your \
4, there la a house In laIr condition, a barn and hen bonus, money Invested, by that we mean from 25 per cent to No.U.-17I.'U has acre la the Homestead country this I:sr
15 per cent. Price 111,000. property a two room house, b.n. etc.. .boat two .
.e
No. j-18 acre along the bank of Little River. nIl acres cleared and planted. Land Is about twenty-fit (( n
property has .00 feet of river front and 1* an Ideal spot. No. 14.-Forty acre This grove I* In the Indian miles south of Miami. Price shoe cash. 1..."!
The price Is ".000 cash. Good bard rock road lead River district and has 25 acre under cultivation ISacres ,
'
of thus tract planted out No. II.-40 acre eight mile from Miami nom .
was
twenty
out from Miami to this place a distance of ave mile years ago ,
.i and I* one of the finest groves In that section. 10 acre provements. This tract la la a rapidly growing section
No. ij-Ten Icr... one and three-fourth mile froiu of the twenty-five was planted out four year ago. This the land being suitable to the growing of vegetables, ,. '
the city of Miami, on tb. famous Orange Glade rock year thirty hundred Dozes of orange from this place pineapple and citrus fruit Price fit cash. ..

t road. Here I*. the list: 1.475 trees (*0 will bear this old on the tree for fl.SVO and the yield of this crop No. 24.-15* acre la the Homestead cectloa. on this I 5

year. IUD next year; 50 grapefruit tree bearing. 500 will be 5.000 boxes The owner has moved to this city place Is a house 11x14. three acres are planted la cltrufruit. ".
will bear In the fall. 100 next; 100 orange bearing. and engaged In business, otherwise he would not MIL Price |1000 cash. .1.=
.> 100 will bear In the tall 100 budding stock: 50 avacadu ;
This be bad for
\. place can 1(000 cub. :No. 25.-11* acre oao mile south of Cutler and 1< '':
pearl: H mango trees. Price M.500 half cash balance -
In one year No. 15.-Eight: acres In grove consisting chiefly Of mile south of Miami three acre In grove, timber oa i\
grapefruit: and oranges. It Is estimated that there will the place Is worth 1500. Price $1109.

>o. 7.-One hundred and even acre. 21 of which I* be between 809 and 1200 boxes of fruit frgm thus Iro'0.. II.-ICO acre one mile from city limit of L.

: 1 planted In citru fruit We believe that this Is about this year This Is a gentleman' home, and bas all tae Mlajnl I on good rock road. This land Is located In the :;
as good as can be found In this section for the money. I convenience that Is necessary for comfort The properrange Glade district. 20 acres In grove has a small j{:
Thl property baa on It 2.00 fruit trees.,1.000 of whtea ty Is on Biscayne Bay. has all rights and privilege house oa the premise. Price; 11500. ; ..


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; RECEIVED VERY STRONG ENDORSEMENT T A HOME E IN GOOn COND ION ,1",


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; i (Thom Dan7jtttrvpotta.net. f) charge wa aaaaalt and battery. He (From Dally Metropolis Oct. .1 t

t Purm&at U a can ..... fcy ,Judg also recited the extreme wrong don Th Miami moss, Company "..... Large aid latmttiaf MoetlafWu .-,
; Minor 8. Jo,1 of the Circuit Gout. by compelling alleged erimlaat. "
to f. 8. T.. are without aa armory and Held Last Hljht-Strenl Im- ,.,
U tile Dad County Bar U meet U. remain In jail from tins. colslng of whirl tile company will go I* a pro- .,
the court room Friday evening, a ODe term of court toIi.. opealag potltloa confronting the commandIng poruat Mitten DlxMtod-DvesBdaf
w tarp aumber ot lawyer assemble of another, sad recalled a time when officer. Avenue D.
there last night to discuss the adI were 5( la the coauty ..Jail Fat several month last the company Paid .,. Bargain
C vtsablMty of establishing a criminal awaiting action by the graad Jury. ha occupied the west room ot
court' of roeoru tm Dad county. i I{{I The grad jury BOW la session the Beth buldlng. near the Metro
Amoag those prevent were: Judge I filed aa expressioa to bo read at till oils office, but notice bas been nerved v .
;; Minor 8. Joaea. State's Attorney inn meeting the th .
I same advising
I j ji etabllshment upon ''tll.. company that It mull be
,',, Jones of Orlando. 0.-.. U. Rebt, of a criminal court of vacated. This fact being true Captain (From Dally Metropolis: Oct.' *'i 100 feet with business home on
bin of THusvltle. R. H. Deymour 0. ,record. Letter were read also from The ,
Jandon has Issued the followIng regular monthly meeting ol
t C Bolles, W. W. Erwln. A. E. Hey- ,!''G. 0. Carrie of West Palm Beets.
t see. F. H. RaaC. Jr.. H. F Atkinson. i!'also H. P. Braanlng and W. I. Met- exercise order until suspending such time all as drill the company and- the Board of Trade was held in the Avenue D for sale cheap and on

J. T. Sander. M. D. Price. F. M. :i i calf each one deemed It a necessity can be located again: city hall last night after the adjournment -
Hudson W. H. Hlnton and F. B. ,and would abide by the decision of of the Board ot Public |
"A entloa Company "T" 2nd Infantry terms. Host be sold this
t' easy week
btoneman. I 11 the meeting, although they did but Work In tile course of the meeting j
Col. W. W. Erwin called the I Inettint little practice outside of civil court K. 8. T. All stated dri11aand
fi.: meetings Of this organization a communication was read from
to order v er. of the county court,
be had been reqne xi t 0 announce poke of the matter In a favorablewfy I will be discontinued from date hereof the Woman's Club of Miami soliciting -

,\ the object of the ",.......111&. It being and mated that he was heartilyIn .ltII further notice on accountof aid from the board. The sum

i' he said to discuss the proposition I accord with the movement If the having to vacate the present room of 125 was ordered appropriated to J. H. Tatum 6 Co.
used for
of establishing a criminal court of; i matter waa left to the people, but armory
1 "By order. the club from tOe trim fund ot the r
record for Dade couaty. He then i fiat If politics or monkey-flood ,
t3 silted for the nomination of a chairman I business were Injected Into the "Jimes K.a a don. CapU Com board. '.;

'"' of the meetlcg and Judge H. P. ,i scheme by certain persons aa bad manding. I The secretary reported that he ( .

Ys Atkinson w.* n-nliated to the same I.been done In the part he would fight Attest: U. B. Hinton act. 1st had collected 18V in dues and that t
}' and Frederic H. Kaud, Jr. uiaue aee- i iretsry the with Sergt
, cau'e all his might. '
,the several members, who were dc'Iinquent ;
, Miami Kla.. Oct. I. 1990.
of the meeting.i I IUUmey | He to it her stated that be d...' BOX ;:
i W. B. Hinton then addressed want the justices of the peace done had promised to pay up

II the Betting h4 proposed a i ii. away with for the reason that It Defray to Incorporate la the course of a few day*. ,'kt.'

.' ,i.oJ that a committee!! of five be would boo a irons Injustice to brin. Delray, one of the meat prosper The matter of advertising tbe City I ..
\ tfpointed\ to devise ways and mean a man who had been arrested for on* town on the lower Bust Coast; of Miami came up for considerable'
t for bringing about 'the establish- being drunk up at Stuart to Miami 'Land la Dade County, Is to be Incorporated discussion all the members being I ,

{h f .est of the 'Mid court. The moi i to be tried where tbe maximum penalty A meeting of clllxen In hearty accord with what tile Mrs
4''' t on waa not that time. I Ir I la flied at IS, therefore favorIng was held there last Friday and tin. I I Board of Governors bad planned..
i it was stated 0'vd1nl Erwin thatthe I! tbe idea to retain justices of Incorporation plan adopted. It was !,'The president, as a member' ot the
h proposition was 10 be thoroughly I the peace *o that persons In their decided also to give the place and I Rivers and Harbor committee, reported i--- k
s discussed before auoo was taker I respective precincts may have a pre- (section the most liberal sdvertlslng. that the committee was certain .
's bat that the motion Could be put | llmlnr hearing and II found guilty The election for Incorporation will that Miami would be liberally
after the ellaelll*lol1. be bound over to tbe criminal courtof be held November I. remembered by congress In the next ---, i
:. The chair talK-d upon State's Attorney record session.One .

t. John C. Jones for his opinion I Judge Jones was flaked for his clerk or solicitor of said court until thing worthy of sot, was the Miami Business
.' In the matter He Halted the merits loplaloD on the matter and stated I It shall have been established. large lumber of m ttb-r* in attendance DirectoryThe
, of the criminal court la Orange i Ala; part, that the only reason for his I1) It was then moved that a commit ( and the Interest manifested ;
1 County and aald that It worked very Interest In the matter was the congested tee of five bo appointed to prepare In promoting the welfare off I .
.: well, although at ode time It wa condition of the circuit court IIa petition to put before the people o Miami.
. considered unsatisfactory for th. reason docket and with Out of Town Buyer and thoo :j
a criminal courtof the ,county, and that the press be within the oily will find In the
of the extreme leniency of the record a great: many of the eases requested to lend every assistant* Wounds, Brwfaw* and n.,..". list below the addreee of MlarrH Merchant under ':
,"J, judge preddlag. U ha sine bee now coming before his court la Informing the public on the subject olatn head for ready' rofersino. I
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working on a better basis. he aald.aad could be speedily disposed of by such A committee! of five as formerly By applying an antiseptic dressln \,."

{, from hit knowledge of such w I court He explained that the circuit suggested by Mr Hinton waa .1 1asked to wounds.brule*. burn sad like la- L $. MUOY 4 CO. '.1.
court, be considered It would be avery i sos i. & tCIUVtNWILtON :
l" court would be ridden of all I to be appointed to draw Irks before Inflammation set in.
good thing for Dad) couaty, for I t 1 petty criminal case and tb* only memorial to be presented to the Legislature they may be healed without maturation FT' *** mtta.. Tf tabMUlk Delay .. 3'm Iae. ... J

all concerned and b* avowed that cases tried before him would be the and that a primary be aeld and t In about one-third the limn stow*. Oar. eve IX hilt,.!. rta.rnaej ....., 'NW Jrtsd.., .L111.aR 1\''
.; his optatOB wa fromj BO selfish motive civil and capital, thus enabling 111mto I'Ito determine required tile old
I the candidate* for th. I by treatment Thl Orooora Say Orate 1JtT Ave Do "
: la trying to rid himself of a + clear the docket and work mor three office these candidate to b* I* th* greatest discovery and triumph jla.mt A E

I vast amount ot work t..1 I I satisfactorily. i recommended to the Governor for ap- |of modern surgery Chamberlain's sad btapeV Fwtfllaer: 11Ift& L c. "CKe !,.ass6
Mr. F. B. Stonemaa addressed Senator Hudson! offered a resolution polatment Pain Balm act on the same prln- l.ssatp ,",.:.
i: meeting and stated the advaatage of I''I that the senjf of tie. meeting Mr. Hidsoa also Introduced another Iciple.I It U an antiseptic and when J. L LUMMU.ta Hit* S. a, I sty I 1
such a court and recited some ot be to establish a criminal court of .
resolution that a commit** applied to such Injuries, cause themto Deals Groceries Orate.Bar .
12* 11 TwetfU.....
tje peculiar charge preferred by record. He.... btlaarf. flayrAGR
pat forth a paper of three. Includ'ng Judge Jones a. best very quickly. It also allays'
., Justices of tbs Peace mentioning la to be signed by each member of the chairman, address the people' by letter > the pala and soreness and prevents sad FurUBaera.Uta V HUDOLMTON
one Instance where a mla was arrested Dade County Bar which read la substance regarding the aereaslty of tin. laay danger of blood poisoning Keep II u-. Miami fto RJ CstaM aa4 1a9asY99 f" .

, for passing through" the that the undersigned were favorable court. The committees Will he appointed : a bottle of Pain Bam In your home I'!" 1-1 Tw-'Wlb *rrwetrnt lOud. it he -,
. turret of M'tml!' with a carving to' the I
. establishment ot a today and the matter taken Nnd, It win save you time and money MA0MOLIA QMOCtNV CO.
knife In a basket on !ibe front of .bisbtryrle criminal court of record and thatIh. la hand at once. There tying ofurther n not to mention the Inconvenience A. b GAMPeai. ,;

r.ding: at a rtpld pace. This. ., will not directly or Indirectly bnslnem before the meetlag. | ind suffering such Injuries entail tJ.alers fct OrorerU, Bay eel !..-. I. |jrtag. se..its. QG. j
j-- on h* shred was brought be- countenance the candidacy ot 'k_ '.,
the same was adjourned Mbjeet to I roe sale bv Blscayno Drug Co. and Uv.' rrt .
.! fcT justice of the pace aad th. any person for either office of judge. tilt call of the chair. I i It druggiit a.. h -.A .Mir rase .,. I.n A'm-t I. >lsft>Miami m.* /1a .,



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I IN AND OUT OF SCHOOL ROOM our Associate! .:""or. OVTHBXXJNOBAO tows HOtTHBOUsattlAO"' U*. d
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I Taft It on the lid. but the potcontinues ......... ass 5TATlOta s; .-.. i
to boil.iteema .., .
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}>.\TTEHEHYI: ( paradoxical that landing: a i i 1f.. a sass I:.:....:n....:.:ln.sa..st Assssts.Jsess.vule..Le........::..: ... i a.: f .;

I : fore In Cuba should ltd the best !iE .. ........ Ns.Uass .............. I. i .
AttorneyAtLaw.iv ... .......raw rue....... '' .W.
yuue appropriate and most opporti." such steps at Lou may please. step toward peace. Tats I a ass..................., eta.-L: t .. ....: (r
all "tale aad F.d.falaad '
w UI p.-.elk. a eoa" Never try to Influence the child I La .

"I"" ,a' (..ihtm lur......I.W tun.is I an editorial in the New York against the leather under any condition How to keep a half-baked republic Ar. .a.

,... ir. u.g l.asd Till*.. tP.o |American and Journal dealing withfor You hurt your o. n childInfinitely from vpolllug. Is the problem" I i : ..

noxr: "I un. FLA I relations. that should exist between I I&enIIOl..Dta j more than you hurt the which confronts Secretary T..ft.Stensland T T.iiu G:::ij.H--f:::: :: ( ii bee-- ,

I parents and teacher The teacher when you encoun,"* the I a.
well be i ,. discipline : :. era
JjL ft-C.CHATaU, I expre's-ad may child to rebel against nec
this, the threshold ''and ) .,............. .. rsa
.., given prominence on Stripes-principally the Stripe aL i ei s It.w ,.... I u,. 4 lea eta
of the school ; fathers and Remember that the work of m 7.a .. --iwa
. DENTIST. year u = : = 1::::::::::::::: ::Qq.:: : :. u
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I mothers can well afford to give serious school teacher is the noblest an<1 In Cuba the rule seems to be that u 4Yr .f..o.-w.a" )ssaM. ." 11 papa ... t

' Oars .. Wawos B.lldmc consideration to the subject the] hardest work In the world. Remember no election it valid unless your side NT :el .....- SN/isa... .. a.M I'<

.... The American and Journal says: that It U Infinitely the most wint. L tas 5a ..................ova dill..... .. ... L, s ea, s 4..a r .a
CA.* D aM UU Sena the attention N _Y,,. .................. s wile.... a.a C sea ,ri
I work In the world.
We earnestly request Important .
I I ll a lop. Art....... ..asaAd- ..... 11 Ti. ..'
) KUKL. FLOIRDA. of father and mother to this "You ask of the teacher a devotion General Funstnn may have to gr tsp. u pas. L.t.................a..bd.... 1L iAr. N ass.,. Ii ,
editorial that can only be given a* a result: to swimming rivers In Cuba. I II "8o pa .

z, H. r. Arlal,< _, "We demand un behalf of the future of the highest possible moral character. i I U sass I A1.. C.e... .. ... ., i s... i a

4 I generation; on behalf of the iJ J If StenMand did not have arother I al ssr 4 f5: ...:::.:...... :rI. 0.1 .. ... tr 1 a t sta.lesa 1.

r ATTORNEY AT LAW. school children and the school leacti "Instinct compels ut to make great t "Job" how the dime museums would sass 4 f.. :................NWYwrse...:: .. .. 1: cr. 10e. :
I s.. eh p. ............... setasaf.a .. ,
tysa.i .w.se a .1..a... esasy..ela.- ua.al..u. ,ers of today, that mother and father sacrifice to the children; of our body. like to get him! Stir t saps .............. s< Lase.. Is tin's-N.a u isSN a sa t 1)a
M Thus. I
& I willingly and intelligently Nature attends to that the human i rest rlerea. ..
.. co-operate ; : N has 11 aaa
rwkUr Is OS. rs S ................... .. "
'tf:1.: .. la .*-.1.1 a.114lsf: I ; In the work that the schoolteachers t race would die without It. i As a spelling reformer. Mark a a.. dips M .................. 4.s...... 17.a ifr 11.laps is,. +
" ", MIAMI FLORICJA haze to do "The school: ) teacher I I. not th*i Twain is getting close: to the point i slur e as- .....assay..... .. N.at1 Ss,. x
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i' There 1* much talk In h met of I father or the mother of the childrensltttnon i where Josh Bllllnx. began.. 4 foss t !iM ..............Nee/.sae... f asa N Nof.a
l lOrTICF shortcomings. the benches. Yet we ask 4 es.. 7 e.,. ., .. .
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: GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist "There It far too much readiness of the teacher a devotion greaterthan ; One of the reasons not mentionedIn s s es.. 5iaa Sara ................5.sis.ss p ...... I was .a,.
I to listen to the tor.et of eMIdren ; of any other public servant. the Sage; will contest. .Is that lh. I

t.' .':ftU ornca"."Rom'_ r.,... 1 excusing their own poor work with 'We demand that he give every ounct, I'Iste Mr. Sage's relatives feel thai Sea. S qa .............a aN.. u T 1 isp 3'J

, ,.....' a..ed..a critic tin of teachers I'of his ability, of his Interest to children they need' the moneyr I 7.s S saga p.ilassua. 7.ess. 7 lipsIha
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BJUIUKMCI StsM
The matter It most *? that will not think him. whose r
10'"s ,A. .. ........... ... asp. ,"'
; MIAMI. FLOJBIDA\ teacher cannot POM bly do hi* bet success he will\ not live to see o Doubtless, Mr. Fairbanks think |I e te aa . .. ,.L' .................. M tl ... :L Ar ha. lot 7' ,
work and give; the bat renultt nalea* :share exhausting hit vitality In return It .Is mighty rule ot the K"puol- I4 was .. . ,A.,. ... ........d.s.1Oad jh U sup.I ps. "t.T

the co-operate w.th him Intelligently for extremely poor cans of the State of Wtthlr.gto-j.; tc I _
parent pay
MASIK5S, K. D, Dares Patter(Va s ear f sad 71. nsf t ..... ": i s-s.. its n.U eM N J,
4 what demand Roosevelt
consider "Father that
H. Let ut and mother be conscientious : run aga.D. I'I'I I
:'- the duty of parent I.. and what the partner of the teacher Wbere.0111! like to know, are I I'c=2.tM
IiOmoya a. t 7
.+f teachers have the rlfcbt to expect. "For your Children's sake especially their m aurs. a., n I r..ti IUYNn .1AKit. ... .. .. n :t

Masi O.ries: Men DsytsN p -A. Ca..ra.N4 "Fathers and mothers know what and for the teacher's take ..ti I '=' '=' .... ..."I, -=L ''' ....

an atrocious thing a spoiled child la. well put yourself In the teacher' I Now they're advertising "Dancing
*, seaae YNT. a NIAart. 'i';;; N 14s Sass 11..1.1.. .... Arl i'i--
"You pity the father and mother place. Impress upon your child the t Without a .tTh.t'. right rs M lass a Sass ....... 7 a NOS i
that must control one spoiled child.Don' great noble work that the teacher Down with the bosses! 118011. 1- .. ....... ...1&IJ 1r7s_ a t.-r1MI
ea,. N Sea a .........UlI.UIa..J..I'
you 8. rUDXUCK., fall to pity the public schoolteacher : doe Tell the child how often It I'I a. it Las 7 N.. N Mss loss A,........ _( _,,1&11 _alas .i as ra,.
who I* expected to control hat happened that men successful 1 In I I A atatiatlcan says we burn Up Y.1
ENGINEE
CIVIL
a ANDSURVE\'OR, by kindness and U telllgence. exciuetvely. this world hare owed their success tS30.VOO.000 worth of property fGQJClUI ACT OCCgEKTAl: STEAlSBr: COrtXECTlMS( [ AT lUlL 1s:

a dozen or more spoiled entirely to their school teacher .
atasarr r..MM Is* ..... .* usis*. rat sm... ehl1-1 Impress upon them especiailthe extravagance.\ ,lOsa* CtiiirHii Haw at Wernl w4tt .....Use ef sr 0. L S. c--r.

a.wll..L.ES.. .*.> rosssava.ts Mk-WTUimt, Lwi*f fMIAMI. r- dren.The Ant thing for you fact that good men and auce... I fire or life Insurance.a .. Havana and Key West. !

FLORr L and mothers Is to aee to It that fill men htalwayt been eager 1 1eIITII... 1
do not send spoiled children to the I 1 childhood to show gratitude for the I'l' According to Prof. Morrison of .u.....
tL.MTANt ?.alas. a.S.l._ s..1a a,. La ltlaysea ... .
schools. :work that the teacher do. the University of Chicago laxy per wbif.w:. i: Ta.ed.a.- i:
: [[ 1 ups At [a, wore .:..TU.o. :: =
s.L IICDOlO1, 'Remember that the moat Intelligent I "You can easily Impress the ehll I sons feel the heat moat. Dtacov'ered 11111' .IIIT. ........ ..._.: .... L* KIT wear TAtMiAin. aI :erse .._ A
I i'i'I V IAVASA..T..r.i......... es Bitten.keti .t..s,, -:..
conscientious: devoted teacher ,In the right ...y. Make it your solemn |. SssAdldo..l ..
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. REAL ESTATE of his work made uselessby l ... '
can see all : duty to lighten the burden of> S.Iti.ga Key Neat m4 Havana. .yLe

:r _ONT Pa'RINI C."T I.ANO MPS*' oTerpettlng of a child or foolish I the men and the women In the public -. i Democratic office holder of Mary- KIT wxsT.N..d.Te. aps L. 1tI
eaVawA.w..rn.aaseeys.u
; tA"ULk:, severity with a child. schools, upon whom you depend I land have been asked to contribute A SAVANA..Ts.r.: ,., ..::::::::: : Ia.a At KgT WgaT.Twisttf.asau: ITraiaw Sara sass ,..7-
/ [ and mot bet t la America I for children' 2 to 4 cent of their salaries to
'Father welfare. per
sMIAMI your I I I DaaclHkrc) ........s at ....'. 5Ue. Ne TmaMera.Fvr .
FLO iDA that teacher the If have
demand properly, a "Do not neglect thl. campaign. they alreadj i

shall not strike a child. I forwarded their dollar subscriptionthis TIs Tie Taw law me eras er waa.e herbs- snle u.M 4ew..4
"7 hey should send to the teacher look like an Imposition. ... .e sssl asses.,ass eases erOsl se =:.. tae :=ssaad r ass L..es !
. tL P. BRANNIN children that do not require blow HOMESTEAD NOTES I see a.tar..Saar N Se Said rs.-Ids are sal...,s se sae--.---....__

\ A2Ww, sal c-.IIr Fathers and mother demand If old U Hung Chang had sot Cary wt tto LOCAL TIMB CARD er Otlser !.........

ifs. ..4 ADIdII.. CarcflearrI4.e. ..: that la school their children: alkalI I People Are IXsappolated' BermaweOoanmlaekMMT been too early gathered to his father "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." ;

....c..r. SIItt.... be controlled by moral pertuation.appeal Dented Rrqaeat *, h* could have been demonstrated J. D. R&nnAsst Oral Pmu. ArU ST.
; i AUQUSTINB. FLA. '
4 to their better nature by Intelligence. by Chinese census returns thai .KI
West Pallll Beach :: onda I I Roosevelt' anti-race suicide platform
Homestead Oct. t.-The commit
'' "lx* them that are tend accustomed to the teacherseblidrea to be tee of Homestead people who went originated In China (000 B. C'I I

AKa UlI1)Da, to Miami to meet with the CountyCommissioner
J controlled In that manner. In the Interest of I I'pon the birth of hit fortythirdchild SEABOARD

ATTORNEY AN Realise that the father It ateacher't the county road In this section returned an attempt 1* belag made to ,

j COUNSELOR AT L W. partner lu education. and to their home Wedn..dadisappointed get President Smith of the MormonChurch.
that the mother la the teacher's alt). y Into trouble. Haa anti-race I A
; pas.rel.l aN tl..I [a.M L.w. st (. "Hdw Impotable. It la la a family In not baring recftyftj suicide become dead Issue T
a
t PMMsty s.d D.p..R C..,lei Nd j favorable consideration to the unanimous 1 Air Line Railway
t bring the children properly
Ito I up
aes. to wade. maOC[ k Islet petition endorsed by cltl-
If the father adopts one method and I At the time for election aea..1 \
IfAll. FLO A. lena, who pay more than halt. taggregate 1>*
I.the mother another! !the Roosevelt administration la getting tfn
taxes of Dade County, t
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y 'How many chlldien are ruinedby ready to set off Its tntl-trutt
W. C. M A Y N A D, contradictory orders from father keep the convicts here. Though fireworks. FOR

i and mother' I disappointed they are not the urag I| .
"d and hare only begun mint.. .
Think what a task you pat before | Of course It may only be a coincldence. -
the teachers when you expect h..r.been and Mr. George In Koael. who ; but just when Secretary savannah Columbia, Camden. Southern Fines :
visiting Brooklyn. N.
them to control so children Tuft began to attract attention with /
many Y.. tailed from New York. Septembei Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltiraote, 4I!
' often directedin 'hi. .
who at home are too I tariff-revision view, the President -
29. and will arrive home early next Philadelphia. New York
opposition to the teaclier'* wishes week. found It necessary to vend him

.' JEWELER AJ'tD' OPTIC Alt.r.rt.cs and even encouraged to disobey th Mr*.. M. E. Hill mother and nephe :lout of the country.. Two Elegant Trains Daily.
' teacher"We
lidsg. ally -n.c .I-.II emphasizethis point: control *. arrived to occupy their new I Chairman Jim Sherman't offer of Seaboard Express ;Seaboard Mail ;
are a grass comfort. With 0.4 extrnlr cottage Jut finished.Mr. .
r, your children by kindness and Intelligence. I a Republican text book for
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every
, apparatus and large exp: neiM Bauer, the accommodating
i5 then f4 se truet work Pn... a*. You hare no right to young merchant of the Hedland district dollar contribution to Ih. cimpaUu Modern Pullman Equipment. 4
-. W. repair W'kbMlCloeb.( tend children oth..IcoDtrollt'G !fund, will never enable that publl- '
was a visitor In Miami thltweek. i
.a' J.werly and 8peeMrlfv. A portion of to the public school: i cation I to rank with the beat -se. I O3SHL.1T: J.JNE:... :: ]IttmiHiltepen ft'i
year trade anke fer. LocatMen Aaj *- "If you say 'I hare a. boy teat 1 'lert."
Mr. and Mk.. Horn
.se D ,,"_ little and Ittk 'U. can only control by whipping him.: visited Miamia I .
tew day ago. Mr. Horn 1* Home--, I .ptrltlu dtlll/ (from JuiuiiHIi U In Man
W. C. MAYNARD Vy'Z or 'I hare a girl that mutt be whipped stead'. genial postmaster.school It depend altogether! on bit
Owhelsjt once In a wblK' how hare yon point of view, whether Herlng will
h.*toraa< Ar4at hat opened In the Redlandscnool I
a right to aa,. 'I win I not allow a feel l annoyed or complimented I at being .
house with full *
a attendance
lr teacher to touch my child' .1 assured that he la
. ,' :Miss Miller, the teacher has had a a greater 'or full information aad sleeper reservations, call oa any agent of tk
'If you cannot control one childwithout crook than Stentland.
t I very busy week assigning pups: Seaboard, or writ :
brutality, how can you expect l
to their d.Mr. -
proper -
PATENTSGASNOW a public school: teacher to control ""
: I Iv James T. sanders I* makingextend.e Many Attractive RatesExtremely ,
children kindness
forty or fifty by -
Improvement on his already l MCDONNELL *'t **. Pm. tit lacksonJtJle Fla ,
AT ,
attractive homestead.Deer .
c.a r eecnws ...wa "Remember that we do not excuse .,.
r"t nder any circumstance the MilkIng and quail are plentiful la Low Rates
ea .Lt eouarelc of a child by a teacher. this section and the hunters are C23 F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. AQta ;

Jl i.rr &. Sol. N.M.YOs dl.qtA. 'Every: human being ha. the same waiting anxiously and counting the VIASouthern ri'
easeV 5514115 j.s.t day until the
_ MA .rat fhwSSs right In this world. It h an. outrage season when they !t
wLt.
be killed .
according to our law, for a can opens.POMPANO RailwayFrom ,.:
err sass .w. e.awd Ire Sea. ,
'':j'" W.NI.aON, a. a. man to strike another equal to him
In strength. It Is an Infinitely greater NEWS NOTEs Atlantic Coast Line 1:

.... outrage for any human; oein; to Item Penokal and OtJw.rwt1leTltI. Jacksonville ...
Front
strike. a weak child that I* df

ii f..1<01..**. rronprTOM Place oJ THROUGH 8CHEDULX: ,.:

"This newspaper with pleasure 134.tsToronlo.. OnL. and rtrturn
will always share la the prosecution I Pomps. Oct. S.-Mr. J. W. Urn- Ticket. on sale September 12 to 15; Florida, Georgia Alabama Virginia! North Carolina f rand

of any teacher or of any ttnman being stead has returned from his summers limit September 24; extension to October South Carolina 'i

J' guilty of striking a helpless outing spent In South Carolina 24. The Highway of Travel between
great
child. If effective prosecution
possibly be brought about. Out we Mr. M. T. Whltby surprised hit I Tickets on *..e Sept. 12. 13. 16. 17
.... do tell parent they should be trunk many friend Monday when ho returned and IS; limit September 25; extension r i0'da| ;, aaJ the East and \West. North and Sooth

with themselves and honest to the home from Kentucky, bringing to October 10.

i teacher with him a bride. We with hima .110.35-- Atlanta. Ga.. and return. Convenient Herrioe. Elegant Pullman Equipment' Mtgntfoent Dining Car !-
.It la a disgrace to send to the long life Of happiness and pros Ticket on tale September 29 and 30; ':t

... public school children' that hays perity. limit October T; extension to October Route of the DIXIE FLYERCelebrated ,:-

been made the victims of blow and Dr. T. 8. Kennedy, of Fort Lauderdale 22d.
brutality at home and expect the was In town on a profemonal 120.70- Richmond. Va and return } FLORID AND WEST INDIA LIMITED ,$

.,! -rm norr MAvrvu. Ltl teacher to do the hardest of all visit yesterday, being called to Tickets on sale October 1; limit October Trains MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. r I'

,t1 TUB WOtOD" work the Instilling of "education tee Mrs: L. R. Smoake. who I la teilouily S. -

.AM-r newsdealer for thJ superb without recourse to the only kind of 111. I $44 70- San Francisco and Uw An- COXVENIKXT METHOD OF TBAVELt.VU 4

P pursus-slon that the third Dr. Newman, of West Palm .eel.is gelet. one way second clasa- Atlantic Coast Line thousand mile
. -caa tea U be duet not handle it la accustomed one tickets fond over U.ono mil* of rail >
,"; and na bis name aad addreas wth jvr to obey. stopping kt the Peacock H >I
acme aad adJra and loc fo* sample "Never'eaeourage. a child to speak where be la busy doing dental work. 'to October 31 rat of It* rarh. limited to one jrar fr.. date of llrth.: ... For fall, 000plrtt ,.
Menttontba Mr. Much, who has been | Washington.; D. C. and r* aid reliable information regarding. rate, schedules !
,M copy. Regular price 23c disrespectfully of a teachef. Never sick lorthe I' turn. dally : Pullman service etc' (
- paper. f fBawr encourage: a child to put blame upon Ittt two weeks' I* now Improving '- Tcketa on sac to September I Writ .

{ I PwMUhlax CoopMjr a teacher There are defective\ teachers under the careful treatment ot i (46 :30: limit October. 31. Frank C. Boy!,win, [h. fv.. A gt. w. fl. Mark. Traveling Paa*.A.... ;
III., and
! 4 Wssl 2M gens New taft CHyAn of courr. And It doe happen I l>r. Kennedy.Mr. j 05C'bir.co. return.Tickets \*' W. /lay Street, Jsrkmm.il. ria. .
[ on sale dally to September
' -t- that i he child m.y bring toils lather Harry McNab I I. at btuart thus ISO:: ; limit October Jl. I W. J. Cr.aiol.I"I.\ n er Traffic Manager Wilmington, X. C f.
: or mother truthful week painting the school house at I
. : tale of !
Awfnl Cowgb 54.10 Saratoga, N. Y.. and rv ..
Carr comings on th* teacher'* part. that place. Mr. McNab was awarded,
j Mutt via New York allowing ten days
| "'"\e.'lc.t" these things .bort.1 the contract for painting four Dade istop over In Wanhinrlon.: Baltimore I n

t Two years ago oar littl< girl had I will. But Investigate them for 'county ..boli.MI. Philadelphia or New York. Tick""ton I s

= a touch of pneumonia. wMch I"HI|..I"... r"mf-mberlng; the .. Gertrude McComb left Monday sate "al',. to September 30; limit v
childhood to exaggeration.: I II for DeLand to enter Stetson l''njlvertlty -
her with an awful coaga. She has |; October 31. I
I "()-n't laugh at child when !I
your PAINTCR3
* e spells of coughing Just ...e one with Mane other attractive rates.For | I *. BESTa :
|lit tells of the 'smart thing1 that If'j| Dr. Jelks. of Mscon. Ga.. has
= the whooping cough a d I some ,does at vhool to bother the teacher 'erected on his property at the !eacn: I further Information apply to j .,

F'+ thought she would not ge: well at'an. to bother ether pupil' )I'I'or a large and convenient home. whichhe I| T. K. McCALL fc flTILl2Carw1.ea t .ed. .

We !tOt. bottle of 'hamber- 1 ''Don't i made foolish t will with all
* by the fact occupy family ace nature lait.f.1SII11nl1lOCt l
1""'. Conch: Remedy wh h acted that It ;It your own child that talks. j'la hot of relative and: friends the i City Passenger and Ticket Aft buvlirully

like a charm. She atopixid coach- 'Find out for yourselves, without enjCouragtlng |entire' winter. They are expected to |I JA\fESFR.F.\IA\: j f'LC.c il1\t A ."r. :

tag and got stout and rDfi write ; the child to disobedience I arrive in a few day. I District Pasnenger Agent J c.r __.. rJ..

era. Or.. Dossard. er. 111 Kr<>nlng too eagerly to its story. --
This rented I* for sale Biscayne/ j I thy .. If you find that your child A good husband I I. simply one who J 108 West Bay St.. Jack'-onvillc F.a'i .r

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on the Farm --=- FamousStetson =_ -_ u__- = r.,

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(Mb ubner tin ilni..... OU Siggi .
i Mrs lU'me IhIlJn'artt.' .... ',
\ t. "III>;hl".] .....,..... Hats ,
Mr I I). .r I i.t DJ ,;
I liar. 1 I. ,Jd.'c t+.tr a r i Ii I should. |1'1.. ...... I IM ....., kind i.nd send , r 44>'i.i C.h \ u r.* 'it.d all tugrdderI
I..for.' I hid ni.id., *. u h. arrangements : -
1 Could m.ide d*'r tu ,:it <1010'" thojlj find a pio-
Great grimy ol lrr chew-. hew and 'hark
: BargainsIn i d..r first' run .vltch I.. entitled onder
I I front for Miami" udiUrrise I II Ivlll
be Indebtedness to all der back
I und der tlDd.r'ak.marbe also
I I It Us also now der time to be eami -
i lug home to meet der dear tourists
vltch comes here each vlnt.r mitt
I aching hearts uod throbbing organs
[ of Indigestion Slggs udder seven /,
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haff alreddy made date for a box -
: I stall In der Royal Palms und bush" r1)...
A: affords half furnished up a bung
of piano boxes vltch Till be called
furnished rooms mitt outside ea..poaure. 1..
j 1 .. running In oppositions to ,of'

der rltch Royal dew Palms fellers Hotel haft' on On der der piano sign =Just Arrived At ; i-:

boxes las painted In eggsrlilt: types.
I Sielnmay Hall or Der Royal palm S

I I' Junior Chollle.;; Letter I". also going lto'' Sewell

; Dry Goods I der furnished dot he bass room had professions dot on his H.sars Bros. .;

mind stnrt last rlnter dot be could
I ''buff furnished rooms to let 1 mad
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Chollle a Indignation Then I said to
him \bere I.. It dot you haffooms a
to let Chollle. upstairs"* Db..o..e the new colors and
ALL Styles
had a few unkIndly vords vltrb IMprinted
In soft ttpe then In public)
dockuments but ve made up men 1sayed now ready for your inspection.We t F
to him roll a smiles 'Chollle.

; And Millineryat 'f are tinter''hat yon going: to pipe use Ise dot dot pipe diM youmean are the largest dealers in Stetson -

Heine*" I vas surprised dot
I Hats in the South.
be should forget such a Incidental ;
so I saved "\'bv' dot pipe witch vas
I I ,posted' und bans been returned only And the oldest dealers $4.00in
no you couldn notice It." Oh. nv
I sayed. ">ou mean dot pipe dream
: vlt h Double-you Double-yon Prouts Dade county Come $4.50in
had. ain't you*" I D.de'm,. head {
''go up" und down "It'b\ meanted and see them. Prices $5.00
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sure Dhen Chollle he 'made his j.
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laughing< machine do double time
und ve replied der pipe. j t "
: Ear-ache Hall had a bad accident*
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I last veek He vas presented mitt ,
I then he got( married. a ergxvlslt. voo- 500 Sewell Special 2.50 Hats
I den clock met hand made: hands and
silver linings. Veil. you know barche ,

r Bur : ine {; Quarterman :the wire vas.times Tin milled nefer He In round married der konpf der before Tinder slightly;und uptight ) 500 "Sewell Special $2.50 hats just .y

I und set der Flick off It tickled
Ear-ache only too much It vorkedofertlme arrived. These hats are strictly
up-
mitt der tickle und gained:
f two hours chile Ear-ache vas tiding
hiss. Lena. .. good. Dye for a few mm. to-date in both Colors and Styles. :
I i uies vnne ne came down town 10I .

:' F. L c. RY. PENSION[ TRACK GRADING is HUMESTIL\II H.U'P.XISGiI : I get hr der a machinist machinist dot If.der.. rubble diNcaffpred vat They are better than f

mitt der plndledui.i: her plod Ie-
Pet- and General New* frou.I I dour could not he found It Tas afterTards most three dollar hats $2.50 ;

I I Miami i dlscuffered howefer.. darache
Southern \rtghborMr
COMPLET D AND READY FOR RAIL LAYING
I I|' und E by golly.had It a vas new der retch long charm.looted

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and Mrs. Brooker have lone plndledum
to housekeeping In their neat cottage j Yell I Till now shut up der (odder t '1

near the station I II Hurry home lAna so dot h. 300 lough as a Pigs Nose" 1.50 hats t;
Squire Jenkins and wife of Cutler could meet der tourists. Der KinIdergarten -
Latter Work Will Be
Probably Commenced This Week-
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L were guests of Mr and )ira'i I Till\ be opened neggst: MUDIdev C ...

':; Trestle and Pier Building Progressing Nicely- Dan Services Roberti will the be past held week every fourth 'i'i und. asked Der teachers me Iff I via should here: rise.to-da any> 300 "Tough as a Pig's Nose" Hats '

'., More Machinery and Material Aids Work. Sunday and Sabbath school every I i I formn reserved('...seats aDd for I tod der opening per
Sunday afternoon at Redland acoool ithfero dot yon just arrived. These hats are world
bouse. i I could I be home maybe soon nisi dot .4
Mr. SJostrom and family who Iron via der boss of llddle thing I .'
-- went to Miami to meet his father I|I''" haH a fine school now. all kinds beaters. Come in and .
and mother returning from the 'of animal trainers In der fickle tee

r north, ..celebrate\ the Utters gol- side.Mitt see them. Sale price S) 1.50drop
C From Dany Metro is. Oct. 8)) nlace l'p to a few days ago tbe"ork del wedding' before returning 10'' n hole buntch of good ...ff'n.Inlt" ;
The work ot laying the track o. was retarded by the non-ar their home at Homestead i 1 am alvav der same mitt re-
:. the. F. E. C. Railway extension In rival of certain machinery and supplies t I Mr. Sullivan.I Sr. has paw |lows I fcuhuns, Your exfectionaiei .
the keys will be ro seared this but these are now on tbe growing on his homestead nk b I F I\: JQ
: w..k: practically. II n' the other r"onnd ard the engineers expect to I;I will weigh over six pounds i 1 1I Pee K "" -All dor drcjs-maker; .
'; work Indudlnc i; I 10 : Of ter". i see; greater progress In the future I air Fr.nk1If reiu-n-l this mlKli.erlt: : und to fort l tan haffingee ,..
having bees eotnpu.ed 0.1 all ul tie ....It'rhJ Is rclng rushed to the Tar noon from a trip t3 hU orange! nnu tcntions' put on J.'r dr;>"ers of
keys except Planlatlo Kay.. .1Itre loos operations as rapidly as pomilile grapefruit grove near Lemon C'M t i| dh.'r rash -Kfters ...' dot d,'r tourIsty -
there I. atlll some wote to be dODe.r. 'and a big showing, will be made dor- He Is very enthuttlartlc user in- outlook ran find a pined for dh...r money -
)0". The tract laying '\In commence :lug the next six months More laborers ; his trees are heavily laden withy 'honld If hoc on.e u.,..;> Only gesiercli : 1
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out Key Largo and continue oaflnulll : are being added rapid. t bright; fruit. >>' I Is.,* d"r c .hir In hire .;
from one ". the other.Tb 'and it Is expected that several! thousand Mr. Brier returned Pet 11., { from 'lem's store prmilclrg how to ring
.. rails ele'i+ ,, will be at work along the rout Miami where he purchase.1 a umd up forts![[II dollars. und .seventy- I r r
II The trestle :Jd .tjO buildfn: :; It within the next mouth or six weeks. wagon. harness and fine horse nnd life. cents for a hut mlttoiit bltl.hlnt;. '
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riM prottreaalbg: At Linn I The health of all the men con tin- I will b-ftn delivering HMKto h... cus Ifomefl. i _Altch DeeGETTHfiBEisT
cv. where the "' considered |Inca good and but very few are leaTIng It Is also ruirorel 1'I..r lie ',' ,
tt-.. .......t 4lftienlt ... concrete : or contemplating tearing They. will hare a rural mill J,'inert j J 1 s
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'>4 piers have already ben built and l have good food comfortable quarters .. That as a probability Miro.' ..t, rc>.ld'' -
,. others are wader 'a. A total ohetween f and receive sufficient; PIT: to a possibility. and with the |ni>'i'tn. I 1 ,L'l
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thrH' h.Dd jd aDd tufty.A make the positions worth holding of rood"ptotahle mil Irmt nn\t\ t < .
'.. .c ..1_ wilt built at this nn to. .climate and foil the fliesM, the I .;

-. world what more on |I" i !fJ', !t/P : .Si
make homesteaders i
The Disable, Benner Line Schooner har..t! rontende| I.no I" I''
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)Ir. and Mrs (.eoote Ko.se) have ;

I. Joseph P. Cooper Has Arrived Here J j,thiv returned e months home sojourn front.in j th>I..lul nor: .Kill:h. J t 4i 4f'ii'$; I

They r"I'ort"Inl( tied .1 rrom enjoyable Just inand
I trip 110m.1... he. Multry :
line to Key Went and tbeurto Micml ::.. J

r (From Dally Metro 11.. Od.I 8) 'here, stated this morning that the Mr. Joe Davis a lto'IJ'npnt cllli |I ."If. {[1 (

The Benn..r Une I boozier Joseph Teasel has aboard about :ISO tons ten of MIami. traveling sir ,h* Bar .
P. Cooper Capte.. Beanchamp.i (|I I freight for Miami parties. She I s''lot Holmes Company. *at in ttome- take a look at the largest hat
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leaking some but the pampa are able stead<<1 Tuesday In the Interee01 ,
freight laden arrl la port yesterday -!I to keep abreast of the water He cannot Acuee. : hisMr Recast:; Inar.e4 I

.. afternoon fr Key West ta say to what extent the cargo Is \\'. D Horn Is making ut..natve 5.-.. stock in the state. !If f
{ we cannot
tow of tile tat Ie B. Childs. damaged until after It has been remoTed. improvements on :ils already: 25,000 r !C Words
and berthed at the pat.'. dock 10 bat believes It will be nothing commodious store bultdlnc : New Gazetteer of tSo Vet U
like as serious as has bee I'I The saw mill) of Tstnm *: MaUahey yak f\r} ..t : the Miami rlYer. i rumored j located near Homestead Is lame s'r.<..rr% you not try.
'.: The Cooper. It 1 be melllber- I Other than having the topmast on full lime Mr Tatum Is running New J.lol'l'lophlcd 3rcvtaaryrnatalnlmr

s ed ea'OUDt.ere4 tb arrlcane three I Hof her main and raluenmasu remoTed. ,-CTOS| ties/ cut for flv. roller flaring of the ............. the j ot r-m I.r.-..i, tour .......11..1 while eDrout sails blown away and sbbwlng [Street Railroad at Miami
or Thf'11\
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':' here from New Yor sad when east | signs of bating been buffetedabout open new roads on their-: property L.teot.,..tes Cowtaos.uurrt.t....y..: ....... Yours
sails the Cooper Is apparently nn- ,,,which will be a convenience to tbe1 I :::::0 Quarto Pagca for a new hat
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"f "e Bahamas ring h. ( Injured The work of anlosdlng .'surrounding country and which we .rw.. tilt l..twU.s KiH )1..rs.N.ededinwellyHomo.
{ blowa away and .1' ngtag the hull begun this moraine and It Is expected ;- all feel very thankful at good roads
aleall. 8h. m.de.a.=- .. P.. I that all the freight will hT. are the making of .
any countrv We Abo-..... .
and was towed from there to Key :been discharged by Thursday mot a. cannot have too many such men .. liar--.. WAlecIete 1001 ;._lliett..ry._
WeK .*rt et the cargo aboard .. ling when the tug Chllda..rhlch will )fro J. H. Tatnm. they are PIf"'J: "' ::" :r.D.o& .
lag for that city There rte ....S remain here until that time, will t welcome. !always .; .Cw'-.0&1..tw .__
surveyed and ordered OB the was,.. tow her bark to Key Went where she ,: __,' -.-">10_. .___ John Sewell 6 Bro.

'. for repalra. this to be after her re- will go oa the wan for recaalktns.she '' )fl'. Bewis. of Bewae Bros. Has nanti-p.r.rrw.ttr.ar.r..r.sa.rr .
", tan from this port. will also be supplied' there with gone to New York on C. A C. MEKRIAM CO..
Captain Cook afcal of the Ila. new rigging and then proceed non h i. islx weeks visit a month or Pwbilaaeew, .."$ .,..... N.... -
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