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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 26, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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; VOLUME 11 NUMBER 28. MIAMI, DADE ('( )r TY. F L.\., lUII>.\Y. ( )CT.' 2 6, 1JJOG T. ELL It.HES L 1


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I'l HAVE WAND JOHNSON TROPICAl SmR RAGED ONr i FRIGHTFUL- LOSS'OF lifE- IN ''I I






BEEN RESCUED r FROM THE SEA? lOWER COAS'r lAST THURSDAY KANSAS CITY MM] HOUSELEGAL



ision Survivors Returning .NEW btTTS FILED
PAPER -- 6e

from Mobile egort New" inlT a* follow* have bee laitltuled I II
Def'4. Boston and
... Florida Atlantic
la the Burned At An Early Hour liIn
i(; Rescue court circuit aDd county: Steamer St. Lucie Went Down Near Mouth Cauer's ,Coait Land Co, lo Edward A. Brew.|

>Y> *: ,i", for 120. lot I, block !, H.un-I That City This

Circuit Court, Cbaaoery Creek; Twenty-five Were, 1 Drowned-Had Aboard dale. 4

rr, 1 I E. O. Painter remitter Co. vi.
Morning
Warranty deed; Fort Dallas Land
Planten'Paek/erg and Preeerrtnc Co., One Hundred and I Fifteen Persons. :
| c T. N. t
0. to
Oaalier for 1110 lot, l T

k OF THE[ TWO [ oreclosureState block 41, Miami 4'

of Florida es rel. Mather ft --
FISHERMENc
I Warranty deed. Mary D. Derm

& vs. M. K. Kellam toollector ttadt and husband to Delia B. Per-

of the dip of Miami _adamus. (From Saturday Dally) 1 Elton and the urses have their hands mm SIX AND mm
'f> i I sonimo for tlVO ten acres la section
Thursday' hurricane will go on I full. Every bit of space In the big j jI

Who West Adrift From Miami and I! haft fowrt Comusosi Law record a. the mot disastrous In point :j j I house' Is occupied Dr Gramling was 130 tp. SI, south range 42 east 1,

III attendance during tbe mo> niog | Discharge of mortgage; Geo,Doane
of casaaltiesthat ever visited this I
r Picked Up By Steamer Colorado j Angus'tlne or and the best of attention given the to Mary Darmstadl and huaband

.. I any other section of Florida.center.- vlcilnis Ml,bin Peneas
a day two the Creauttd
or i Satisfaction of Tbomat -Orer Tw HBB-
mortgage
Suritwra Tell of Their | ; J
Experience
;alt l d.m.l'ea. f 1.000L majority of tbt'm11 be up and out. I
;:' num-ber tlfty-Fleht. Hwrvlvnrs/ Frederick to Elby Roberts I died Were is The House at Tine +
: ad Rescue I :. O. Painter Fertilizer Co. n. In all I Warranty deed; Charles Rogers lo .;P-
fifty-eight servitors of the
Planters'Packing and Preserving Co., I Idred one aad John Carney for II and other "ouaderaiions of Loss "
... fifty.though detail and ala are coming St Lu"le.re brought to the hos' Fire-Property Only About J.
aMufnpalt damage 10.000. :3V acres In tectlon 1), tp.
; I i la aa rapidly a* posdble I' pita) Ml 1 are white but seven, one 'I
\ t'onBty Cowri.C I (43 south, range 43 east. $100,000
J i
I Vf
", All of the louses so far ascertained of the latter being a negro! woman '
W Bartleson Co. n. J. P.7: I Mortgage, John Carney to (ha-les
4 ( From Thursday'a Dally) are In tbe keys and On the war up from the wreck 25f
P4 : among tbe extension -
and Martin Frost, aumpslt dam |i Rogers for 11.125 lot 2, SM.t'!" n 3tp J
employee The greatest lots0'! the survivor who escaped Injury : : I II -
)I Joe Nelson. Otto Bring and Cht .a ges. 1500 43 south range 43 cast.n
I( ofllf and property wa at Long Key were transferred to the steamer Pie i I
I j 9 acre* of said lot. I key
\ Olson, three of the survivors of qaar-1 j where craft glnla I and sent back to assist la removing
every either Kansas
was sun City. Oct.
25- In
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('ball<<" I. I.we Ageie y : I Mortgage deed Robert C Ci' .<.tt raiasof
1 terboat No 4, rNCuR by the Mallory | and driven to sea with large number the dead from tbe beach "* the Chamfer of Commerce bni.dIng :I"
Tbe -
of general Insurance bualaea. to Virgil M Greunell for i.u 12t if
ateamer Colorado and Carried to Mobile heretofore conducted by Chase of men aboard, and In the sinking Elliott. Key and bringing\ them to the' acres in section t. towntb'p! 6..south In this city and destroyed q 4.It

( returned to Miami this more Harney will hereafter be looked at I lor th. steamer St. Lucie off Elliott cltr At art they refused to assist j| range, I* east I lire early tad,,)'. there are all,"\ r. J.

,"} tax by rail their expenses having ter by John W. Graham CO. Mr.W. I Key, twenty-live or more men beIng in the work but were forced to board 1 I I AsUnnieii of mortgage Valentine from alx to thirty bodies accora.a j ;.
the Mrglnla under threat j .
; John : drowned from this vessel of violence E. to estimate made thin morning .
Graham, who baa had considerable | McCrUll e ux to Currie Investment y
,.. been paid by tbe railway company experience In the Insurance | Details are Harrow IBS; The Virginia! la expected lo | CoDeed tbe firemen The assistant did 13tUtt ';

Captaia Charles" Anderson also ret- The details of each disaster are return to port some time during the thai the dead win not number
,Held will have active management of ; Mode! Tand (0. to L. W .1'
eued by the steamer Colorado eaDie'r I llbe] Agency both Mr. Chase, aad Mr. harrowing la the extreme :No; pen day I Griffin for lluo ten at"reIn aectloa over eight ..'

'r E at tar a* Jacksonville: and stoppewjHoff .)' being associated la the newErma can' tell or mind picture the enormitj Will crot' Mm (. tp. 48. south of rang 43 east The actual Iou of life will not be
of the enacted Outside of giving the Injured attention
tragedy by the known until
frightful thorough
\ there for a few days They represent only (be beat Mortgage; Henry Ludlum el nx to a searta vitae
|! wind and rain Strong cable at the botpltal tbe official* Dade relay hat been mad, and perhaps !
The returned men relate experience Icompanles among them the old and County Security X'o. tor' lOll.I .
similar tob.. other that went to reliable Aetna, of Hartford Co.: &.. I II I were parted like that many cnrds.anj of the railroad hate Issued orders i I ten acre In section 24 tp. 54 south not them and the breiavn .rr
great powerful crafts loaded with thai all be applied with clothlna bod.e
from quarterooaiMNo. both 40. eaat en many mast have bn
: sea Long Key on strongest company range fi
-t 4 and were afterward rescued. j I fire and tornado Iniarance. Messrs. human freight were bufft-tted about 'i|land' other necessities all of the men'losing 'I Warranty deed R'lithe'h G. Corn burned to aihe I :i
t horn and wrecked by their fury their belonging! even to par The building which ud 'j{
wk a a
except that they were la tbe water Chase A Harley desire to thank th e and husband lo Wr.l.Val. lor IS> *
,. ''IJiet, were dashed out without a mo- of the clothing on their hacks able tenement. contained hundred f.rooms .
from Thursday morning until Friday ,patrons of the old firm for tavoxtended .* "and other conslderatoina. lot K 01 one
meat'a warning Steam vat made-1 was torn and stripped by the wind and aa na a. can bto atosrtained .
morning a o'clock, before being res- l e and solicit a continuance hand Dorn tubdivitlon, north half block t
c1le4.urtllC this time they drift Ml '| for the new management I II 1 quate to the emergency; nothing I sea* I 67 Miami.aIDFFICIAL. between two and three hundred 1'4
abet miles to the northward and I stemmed or althr'ood the mountain-I | Partial List of Hart Ivor* per.ons were la It at 12 J*

Close into the east edge o! tbe gulf ,' out waves and seething tides. It Is'I I' Thane dnltt >d to the hotpll InI I I II clock, the time the fire broke ou \1

I I' wreck wreck, wreck everywhere I receiving tr..tm.ntlb their adI ( | Tbe janitor wbo wat the only (
stream During'Ihnrsday ,
night thry i
saw Caryfort and Fowey Rock light SEEKING CURIOS i I The beach at Elliott's Key u ,I dre..... are a* follow: BALLOTS person having a Hit of the occupant :::

strewn mlth corpses and debris The i I I. among the missing At 8 clock ..err
the Jsha
a* wreckage on which they were assess O14 last Palls it, Phila.

would come to the top of tb. ss I area of wreckage extends half a'' W. a. ... ty. 177 I 7M It, CUvtUa. I. this morning the known dead aua.cered {
IN INDIAN MOUNDS mile Inlftnd It I I. a scene of BEING[ PREPARED four The firemen are still
'They of drilled the houseboat OB a piece and of were tA. weUalga hot'torn struction, At Long Key the -de-I l P. L SMthtrUad. Ualea tt, Lvaa, Hat. pouring water on the ruins ."ia.,

exhausted when rescued Pic sea I are practlaclly tb" name, except ibatbut 1 leery C. eb.r(. Asrtrtas, a* a4raa. i Tbe total

the location la which they were reecaed .1: I few, it any bodies. are on thethore U. Cnaisf. Baltic St, trstklya, H. T.JaaMi lt estimated at $1U..00.few

l I seat, a* aMrtu.
the men were but a few miUe v
: to the aonhard of Miami when they ] The gulf contain many more ofJlhe Jams IKkry, New Tat City. Goods Amila< ':"

were picked up 'Dr. Miller Now Preparing I II|I storm victims; how many and Ctett P. Wilsea 14$ treWwar, N. T. Will Contain All Elective Part of the winter stoc pas arrlv- -.p..

Late Thareday evening ttty drifted For The I Iwbo.I they are will never be known ae- Klkt balky, 14 Cnn St. rhQt.tlakla.Itaai Democratic Nominess ed at the store of Burdiae a Quarlerman ,"}
and
Journey Through I Record
'. down upon two fishermen whose .curately of names, time laws from New" York the Prilld"r
at iMrtu.
craft had Just gone to the bottom sheet* and other data relative to the pal part being Oriental goods frem 1

sad left them swimmltg la the eea. Everglades on the SteamerGopher I I men employed at Long Kay are gone Nick nrtaafa, atWcrttt.Jeka Certain Socialist Party Candidates the bouc of A A. Vaatla Co.

i They were palled aboard the wreckage a* are those of the steamer St Lucl.pert.lalal' e L Wtka. Carbte**!*, ... jibe' world tamou Oriental ttor*.

t' sad rescued along with the oth -Coming to Miami td the men she had onboard ..... 'MDIJ, I7J Ablest It aafltla, H. Y.PH tome of tbe latest and moet beantl1 ,

? the steamer Colorado bound for the extension camp HvfTVJe PfWMMK9" (, R* L 1 ful designs of U peat r". evening slows

; .rThe men who arrived here this I Those who survived can be checked C. L West, atya..vin Ala. '! material) and aovelty silks are ,{

.I. ornlag did not remember the name* bat those who were lost will never Mar tunes, a* add:.:. among tile good Jut arrived and ,,.-,
ot the : I I be Identified, or addresses koo"'lA.I those who are acquainted with the ,
fishermen d
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s bs
: rum a cnp
J. W.
Dr. N. O. Miller. of Philadelphia | The Mt. Lode WreckThe flaky, lieu City. The Metropolis I I. now preparing
,
tk of them believed beJoha I soft delicate hue flf Japanese silk
a ;hey
i > are to
j bwisdell aad Jc.I1..... wbore sets among the viiitor to Jackson I wreck of the St Lock will go I! Albert ,.. ..(.., Ul ....... St. Imklya.H.T. the official ballot to be voted in the and pattern will have a/t opportit i iIty I Y r
vllle: yesterday en route to "ampa.aar. ,. Into history a* one of the most > general State and county election ::
a known to have adrift 1 | of seeing some of the most beautifnl -
co.n butt
I Ue Times-Union of Tuesday I Tuesday, :November (. The ballot' t.:
j I frightful of maritime casualties It Jets Met, tail ,
atarBeld It .
.\ day morning tram the new rat en fWU.Je designs ever brought to this
the opposite aide of the bay and who ', where he goe to look after tbe repair i ii ;: was quick! aad thorough and out of t.....(., HI M 17th ft, rkll*. la quite an extensive affair, belag: ,. Mr and Mr*. John M Bardlne jA.rlt
work being done to the steams r i, about ISO men aboard, twentyfiref early one yard an'- a half la length 1 ,
have sot been h,arj frnoi since ate )i CaarUt Cnta, Ml H Wh ft, rkUa. i who have 'been In New York for the
|Gopher, owned C B. and betide
by Moore o more of them are dead their bo containing the name of .i
of their U i [ pad three weeks, baying the
hope survi / having De fife J. ,. Casawtn Tempt ria. wlgteritock
Philadelphia nominee of the Democratic
abandoned !,I I I littering the there and land of every lor this ..tor.II not ,cave r
j'I The built In Jackson I Ka ntzftraM) Vial > primaries, those of four of .
I' Gopher wa ]Elliott Key. It I I. only a ...oDd.1'tllat ft, K. T. member J
I *, The two fishermen will return 'o' ,' Ihere for Miami until the end of the :
"l tbfcL about len yean ogo by tb.Merrlll more did Dot go to meet waterygrave Dta Ftrrtw, a* Wartu.rtl the Socialist party, who were properly month :
this port They were part jf '
} | te.-eD. Company for Mr. certified for a place thereon 'I he I II .
; Rico A: Co.. crew and were "n rout | Brsfta H last artokflat ft, .*tta.frtak ,II
1 I|1Moure and seas at once placed la set I'I Grave apprehension for safety of I task ballot also contains the constitutional 1
bore from Jensen They cams tut a* aicrsM. KlmcfUh Have Appeared ?.
51 I'vice traveling up tbe river of the the ateamer prevailed .11 day amendment to be voted upon .
the new chip channel Wedne.da,' yeteri. A. W. Cex llIIa,... (". Klncflxb have made their appearonce
(Slate In search of Indian mound i. : .,. T'herewa., I Those "
of candidate
a ray hope how of the Socialistparty l
and anchored :I ; on tile Krouad
.I.bt. Jut inside lie I trom( which W. f. U ",. M,. Intending to eoroe acroot to Mi* ,I I Mr Moore gathered., ever, but this was chattered upon JasMi appearing on tbe ballot art.at i- Bern Cut no'th to the House of Ref v
relic. I It I Canals, CJ w .Iat SI, N. T.
amt Thursday morning Before- gelI I many the arrival of the steamer Peerless. i I follows: ue. This was demouttra'ed yetrr- 'J

,flag under way the storm came ap.' I I I Dr Miller Is now enroute to Tampa at the terminal dock at ( clock I... U. Mat**, frvakHa.U.Frtd For Me';iber of Congress' John. day by Lap Albert" Heickle. wau ""

blew them down the bay and C>Gtl'to|I prepare for another expedition evening with the majority of they L.rlaYw STth ft, .. ,. F. McClellaaFor made a trip over the rronads eaptur- >.

\0" Cape Florida entrance to> tbe sea I LAbate and he will 1 shortly be followed bMr I I ttrTlvor of the Ill-fated craft aboard1.lId nave Hay, Vila SU daifnr, Scafla. Justice of the Supreme Court fug iwo ol ordinary site number '((1,
I Moore. The steamer Gopher win the news of the fearful caiualtya \V C. Green .
I I W. tnaaiafaa, U 'at... SI, Cantea. u(. of other strike were had but owing ')
heave Tampa about January 1 antwork Immediately the new spread and For Railroad Commf..l..nersR' .
... to great quaatlllee of .
f P.ihftag Jeka .. I4J Cart St, Irteklya N.T. drifting gran.end ;\
along the gulf coast then I 11L r hundred. flocked to the dock, Ibeoat Mark Beach A. C. Hill
.: It Is reported that a number of th I' C. Cera**, Chrutaawa, other debrlt flthlrg was maii t: v
around to Miami and will far Nerway.Tasaus
go a* majority of Idle
The ballot
i. '+jtorB aurvlrors from the key arv curiosity Rem does not contain the difficult The two nth were bronglt 5 1
Monndvllle, Ala.. al which point that I had been McKtaaa. M Ztifltr M. ..... ,
"S. : going about the street begging *ndj'I I strong and nervy, bobbled names of J C. Bnrleshaw. Doml tree back to the city and displayed .' the '.,.
a. ajoUetllnc aid. Money given them 1.1 1 Dr. Miller has already secured se>- I ashore, all more or less injures Jeitpk twrkt, .1 lammtl ft.: tsrUtf, Tt for supervisor. of registration, andW I Hemlnote Club dork nr- r-\\

f. used IB purchasing whiskey. which !feral: costly Indian/ curios. I bat I II none fatally Some were too weakte kUrtta laisa, Ct W I4tt ft, M. ,. N Ifn'l. nominated a* fish and tug in and cut of the river c'vlnn

terminate la disorders. The rail j In speaking of his experiences on walk and had to be assisted. Captain I hull hit,., C ErMft IL Cart Ina... game warden Dade county l I'h.m a mock iiln'e bv do' lnc h- ts' ;t th..r.1r
'the Gopher In past years Dr. Miller Bravo, master of the 8t. These office .
Loci Albert too are appointive by :. rte the
Whit same bond
t. road company Is housiag. teedtrg. and :*, I4f rmsfct St Harwich, mte4- t.
ebbing all of those la Ita employ 1 j j said that he made one trip up the w.s among the afflicted He waa teaL the governor after the nomination e.4 to a show of appreciation nt.r
i Si Joann river and found out moan prostrated from exhanntlon have been {
1 and the made In primary Tbename their
The
a" who sufferenIn the lap" appearance klriKfl 1 Is '
were
Btorm. The majority of those seek. ,about ,three feet In beigth. In which ['terrible i mental and physical train 6. i. ledgers, 1M lrukIlu It. AIUSMTa. r1a, of all other candidates requiring one of the ffirrr' of emvll I : rffn 1t hand \'tf 1 i

:. lag alma It la said.are mi a who meralightly has foljnd three Indian bodle. lying |', !lie had been through He.. .* han : election bv the .people to office, affor's th,' bulk of snort p: rro-r *,'

:;-- Injured In the uteri.. of tbteamet /face dpwn found and along side of whfcwere I mediately placed In a carriage anddriven leary Joyce, tank 1rW(''. .. Kats.Tn are on the ballot.Illuminating. I t...ii hv ii''ar.' "ohl'll p.rr'en ;:..

81 Lncle and quarterboat several curio to hi. borne The other were! Murphy, X* Whitt Ave, Irtoklya,

4, and who are receiving alien' I IotI Dr. )tiller says that he often find carried at once to the K E. C. K'y Ha.pa. Mutt SU went ISI', N. T.

end food at the cni|>anv s hOS-I carved copper (pottery and on. ear one ring occasion bras and at extension hospital near by for treat .N. L Parsers, U7 N Sth St, Cta.ea, N. J. : Plant j jI 1 for Lighthousero 1

"UI. It Is Impossible to its I MoundVille. Ala. he found a yeast l meat Tbe big building was Inadequate jobs Stunts, OU c.:..,. Avt. leonine j
to the sudden demand,
within the contlret' othe boapitenclosure & atone d I I
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they getting out and cii caned 04 of alone which was one of the buildings In the extension .ut. I At Has Arrived Here !

ealatlng on the s etscets. To preserve (I of the fioat valuable find be b.. yet yard was pressed Into service Cot A. J. ftrimj surkt Fla I

(v -' order al the hospital among those m.d. He Gated that h* and Mr. were provided the nursing force Increased J. P. leashes. rtiat St, rrevMtac. L L j I --

r who are practically well and prevent (00 planed the search for IlldiallmOIlll and In a few hours all were FrW Cetktn, D.........., Switztrlaaa.larvty I .j.je
I la till and that he find It Came on Lighthouse Tender Ivy and is
,i_, them from disturbing those more ser- made. comfortable: as possibleSargeon I- ttsaea. U ( ....... St, Me Being Discharged
< moa wort.riot .
creating
: toady/ ill and afflicted. a pollcemaa [ I Worked Quickly feel, tut4&
which are secured from Onto Barge Which W'dale ill 1 b Towed to Fort
f has been stationed there for the past Dr. J. X, Jackson, Jr. surgeonla Arthur met flalsw I Liuder-
.
several days.SmTToTlW the as mound, are sent direct charge of the hospital ... one of A. ..r ut.u.t
f to the Academy of Natural Science.al I'the first on the scene and took active M T. at Which lace the Lighthouseng '!

v (lsdidatey | Philadelphia, and always attract charge of the wounded He summoned Iii madea, treat tuner, Itslifciry, K. C.

a a great Heal of attention. Dt s. Skagg and Oramllng and Tie ,....( an calm. Quits Wir- Is Bel Erected

City Clerk MR. Kellam authortoed Dr MtMr has visited Miami each these assisted by the nurse and lat ar 81 Ma ft. Maoea, C*. ..'J.
.
a the statement this morning that |of tile past several setaona and ,.. -
la the evening by other pbraJetaDeadmllll.t.red ......Sbaau, IU runait St
: Wttt
ke will not be a candidate for re 'xpV>red tfie Everglade from thla Kay
i c .olectioB to the office In the primary 'stint to the needs of the suffering las rtrry, 144 aural St. JackMavUl 1:&. From Thursday Dally) ( gaged In raising the plant from the 4

1 'Beit year Mr Kellnm has reached ... Dr. Skaggs was placed Inbarge (U arrUea, MMlaxusM Ca. The lighthouse tct-<.r Ivy which hold of tbe Te-uwl and placing It oa
of tbe ..
this conclusion after careful deliboratloB amputating room, butfortunately .w4. arrived la port retierdar., came lor I the barge moored alongside
Now Located la -w* of the r Wasp, fink JackMevlIl, fla. TheIdtecbarging
none
He ha made the ",.. affllc.ed exept the purpose of delivering here the I will be ;
ar George Xlmanles for a number of one with a broken rib DMd.d1her Tam liaise, Carada, Ctu completed this
evident clerk and the Illuminating plant for tbe new got afternoon and the barge will be
auaounce- ;
< tow-
van Identified with the '
tobaccJ but neraec
than attention to bruises, eat hUllcr, Caartnlea, L C. !
ernment lighthouse now being built ed back to Fort ..
meat will entue a* a surprise to hi* tess of tht city both aa a retailernd The Lauderdale [toaigbL .
t 'ay f'--iKJt and supporter In tbe manufacturer of etc. name of those survivors who and nearing completion at Hlllsboro It i I. .tat"" that the lighthouse ...
cigars Is
now rwewnwwta t:
OerektosBom were transferred to the
< Virginia 'o Inlet, near Fort LanderdaleThe
city The office U ore of the moa oremaa of the A. J. nearing completion and that tae light
.,. remunerative in Ihe dtro..rn.a.. Lone *: CV. )* Fir* too weak to wand andlater assist In Ih* rescue of bodies it I h.1llotla !:I pant la In many boxes. case will have then lott-lled and In "
actory at Macoa.: Ga. service ..;
f one of the la tb>s. might five developed Key could: act be
case ascertained and parts, the whole making quitea within the
sad It Is very evident there will beAaaiber rgit cigar next .hl)' days If .i\\
a of aaplraau for the la the South manufacturing Mr concerns of paeumonja! from the terrible expoeare It will be noticed that floe survivor heavy and bulky fre'cht! A large I I. one of the most untisuatl*) tights !

whoa the llp Xlmanle* baa they Lid -. elltenod. Today were from all part of the cona- lighter was towed down from Fort>> on the coast and win lath
eamp open next fall charge of the auaaufactarlaf daager _;
-g' end of many of thed are up and aboutla Lauderdale yesterday morning and warnings from s point never .. .. '
the b..t. ... :
plaster asa baacUge. Mis Ham- Continued Page 2.
on
today, the crew of the Ivy are en lighted by the goverameaLl' ,


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.: 'Wu THE Mum METROPOLIS., FRIO.%''. OCTOBER 98.. 19' ,
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EXTENSION LOSS WAS Vivian J Harper of Kisslmmee.Fla. the steamer Miami from Key West '

The Weekly Miami Metropolis EXCEEDINGLY LIGHT TROPICAL STORM RAGED ON It ,ontalned some valuable papt>I.. sir Marvlck says '

'niOag them a Knight of Pythias Irt."k.: .... Mulewevthe

I .. n. tin' .' policy|| for Ik inn) 1 will iiaroineti began to tall at
,
.V < neritive estimate: h) !TIt-.I': iif
B B Tatutu. Presl' t 3 Bobo Din, Sec Tre'J. LOWER COAST THURSDAY d.I.s 1 r he patter. 'ti, the proper per ", I.K-K dnesday night 1 was
th. F f. C K.ilisa who hse,
TAE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY ) ,tail upon, id"ntific stain or to the t 11."urd qjarterboitt :No 3, and took .

__ ___ I nuuli a infill surge\ of ib' >.\n.u. "lunt-r in i t..e hi Is alUt- ,. ,dings until ii I lu o' link Thursday: ,

6U moo ". . . . II I 00 One y'ar . . . . 1100 I.1on. oiHritloiit 1 suRrr! .nu in ,the 1"- ".11.-.1 by IM>n* irnint,. when me t,rok" a te..?n.Inch. ::5

Tb". paML., In idMDCf will, r,'ce\e a > :'ar'* .Mineral for {15,11 I "tit toriii. "I..c.'h... total 1 IIrf'p.rl ) (mtlnued f'oin Page 1. Mr dnni 'I'r..d the litlief that noting chun and m.at adrlf v* .

tnl ill: ii nths eu''a. '.i>Moo for 7& cent Th a is a literal! diou: U Indue I :toss at Jl :it) 11"l"i 'h.. trlctly a Lance payment. tiarj acrid P.t'y. wt'h, th' men! d! '.ith through: in)sry He U Htat took u southwesterly tilt 't'Uoa:

---- .. - -- I This Is remarkable All of Ih' who t'''I1-II.d.i had ai t ixeil\ h,'rt' \\ s'i- ,cti.lent t that the kl.not and pilothouse and went on Long Key She poundedhard '.

-Ecu ej at the PostofBce at Miami Florida i at second clan uatterMUim finiiln I.h'r| work .s 'ti'1 'the. I,lovtmelt U> Ida) a,id a' I sis I |hut curt .ed to the killed, many when the hurrl and me mere going I tee .Jicuttl :.
I und It Is, re|"orti d to b. a. loud ..\eiihion to t .ij>a..e lu talliuid ion ,ire deck of the steanutr went by her but she got over the rocks and :j
as before On the m.lu'fnd of the strut ion I and that others mere Injured by the I sent up against the cocoanut tree ..t
MTOUt :"Of111416 I keys the roa.ilx fuff.'n.d ser littleespttlall >iI
) \ irious, stories and reports were in fhing: ad, floating debris lie also ind there held."Quarterhost.
( ) thai part "h twas fin clrtulttltn reUtlte to the disaster ot dis>'redlta the opinion that Harry No 4. In charge ot
Ish.at The greatest amount of the became Thompson wa killed as a survivor sad ,.
the ft Lucle and they soon resident engineer R A Parlln.
DEATH STORM DAMAGE AIll CASUALTIES approximated damage wa Incurredto voiced about he clt).. All mere ofthe : heard him remark that he could not having( on board about ISO mev.went tit

TORM: o: RAVAGE ARE EXAGGERATED boats of various descriptions and count frightful nature and pictured I hold out any longer He.... then .idrtft about the aims time and own

I supplies only IOU truly the terrible calamuy uninjured )lr. Grant doe not to sea Other boats going adds ,
Hourly the magnitude of Thurs I MUin has teen done tar greaterinjury The loss of life was appallng but One of I the most complete and'' know the manner In which Ceo Mcndon and either bent lot or beached...* :)

da) a *to. grows. and even at thin h) false. reports of damage to It also falls short of the number tnat graphic stories of the catastropheand !.* loot his life All the crew 'be tug Palm Engineer: C Pekla aad"apt r..i

hue sulk rot Is known to make It itoiKTt and I lm of 111 than was some had estimated The human sac the scene attending the wreckIng : of the M. Lucle except second cook Will I Fry; Launch EaterprMav

the moat ,'palhng disaster that: h"l{ nflicted upon b< r by th storm lastThursday rlflce was of course the most terrible of the steamer I* told by Second and a waiter. survived and are nowIn rapt: Kd Baker. Mr Coiner cook and rt.
ever visit Jour 3 ate and sect on. I bow delivered b\ the storm It has Offcer J. W. Grant one of the survivors the city The St Lucie I I. a total engineer benched and wrecked: 7 '

t la wind eloy and propert) d.m-I touched the hearts'! of the world but Mr Grant said: I I os.. launch Columbia (Chart* Da.tela.-'

age the g v which devastated It la true Miami suffe d some as was unavoidable Story of Wreck I I captain. drives ashore; launch U:

cola Mob. and other nearby places. did the entire section. h.j it suffered The manner In which the railroadcompanv We left Miami late Wednesday 1'IKGi1IlltOt'GHT DKAD Cap'aln Hoffman driven ashore; 4work ,

outstrips ..*. but ID casualties Ib.tl uotLlnn like the riajo ty of reportspunliahed and officials\ here set aboutto I evening. about 7 dork, I think Wehid I FROM THE WRECKI I borne.. on* pile driver aid two ,I'ralmann.
which afflicte lour shores hat more I search. rescue. furnish food foi
extension laborer driver
aboard 115 *. binges sad pile ,
lhao establita d a record Tbe majorltv I fixh .re \\ould have It. I survivors In the kers. give: the In-I the greater portion of hem whitemlth I :; : I I1 each having a watchman and fireman ,-II
of ,the t "I'll. mere extension: Kifttfcouiai.d dollars will cover Jured attention and lastly. to .'. anI I I From Saturday Dally ) naacconatcdl
rUe or six: negro women I shonrd gone and
workmen poi .1 lies and helpless be-I I total loss In the Magic: CI y. th"'l operations where the storm had hn I one white woman and child We ..1.I I IIso .\ 11 t:> this morning: the steamer for: one pile bi r for.- the d > mini :Marvmere : the hardest, commendable Wits lite ;
terminal
va aping: are in low All Virginia arrived at .ta4- .
i glue of A nun.oer ot interiorly had a water barge: [ : one emstihar.e.one barge .Jrd
smt-pt ID .ft ->nJ dr""ned.nth-'I firutud snacks. not half doiea the first news of dltarter and deatfiboais went well un'II we were off Mllotu: dock Irom klllo: :is Key where ant with arch forms. gone: laanefc *
imem' d? itti 1- : I a I were dispa, 'rhed 'to re-tcne >>odle K.boul do light Thar*.lay mornIng stilt yesterday In quest of the bodies Hudaoa thirty skits and dlakeyw. s.
4 I.ncil'. almost at .mid+nM were unblocked or rec>v- dead alive and themto killed
:hr steamer : our : : *. or bring tht mind came oui of the northeast of tboa either drowned or stamped and lost !J>
door d in liijiul Other nearby plat'- port The bo sn1tal hufiorltiet go did hen the steamer &t. Lucie went to eento. ''iof
and "e hi .1 to it putting ontmo LICK:: valor ;No; C .. In the
This o'u' h I' ln,>in. Iji'er Infor- -i.It: ieil a |ropoitlonate damage IDib busy and the Injured welt'. taken 101 has These held pieces. bane and
I jiio (pound an Lone Key and a sand
;, nla Ion whit 1 1 undo'ib'ei'I'\ r "IP:.1 I tuber -' mine "rfThe fruit groves and. and trented Fifteen hun 1-.'d or more bur. short time wh,'n lhep cuiiltie. 'Ihe ,"or:d eMends 'ruck farina mere damaged 1'00101 d. In the kegs mere .;cart of food
i men the
',, Another anchor meshing Ito( |pounds. the ell) und never before in thing except the finished concrete t.;.
the HP of those mho .iblx lllit e\,'r one of the tornier willme t, ..n' *
:' s\ prthi o fan) ) but In a few bourn a oat "a cable : has such a
held In H I l.ir-e Manllt mas pu ;.Utur) cf this locality .ork-allOl1t thir'een pier .
h:"e >utr..r.:1 the sn.nI'eblstest let I I ,> uu. in far :t''u..r condition than route loaded with food : 'ti" n. cloth- 'out and it held but the mind and weird. curious crowd assembled! as son#. I Ihe wind blew 1 hard sad. ,

HI or" and ill |m v that the .worst'' bad U eu t Xiected[ Ing; etc. with order to dlitrltm'e ,Isra row "o huh that we >ut 'loote .was on Ibis dock from early this max bv such drivingrain ..

x h,.1 alread been 1 learned V\e c'n :I i There was no loss of life In Miami them without limit wherever n' eued "loin anchor and barge: and went morning till after he bodies Dad .of\.nle we coul see. o tellwhere
dram tut for the I "'r star vs-sully. The storm crn'crIwa. Other boats followed I Do
a p'rture presentlet and nowevery
and .
adrift I.real eas hoarded the boa[ been trmslerred to boors: ro.rtm was going The most .
i that be all I at Long Key, nearly one hundred (' camp Is socked and sjpplled I and all hands rushed to the burr :I and taken to the undertaking: of the an"lhl"l( are either sunk, high *,

:.n.e.. Irani Miaul There is where us bell an It was before the leveling lcane' deck She would but steer and ,;.atr.bI18hm"nla. Of the twenty bud on the shore or .1'1t tea All sL

;: THE PASSING OF i be greatest. properly loss and aacn wind and rain ( about 8 clock capstied and went lei recovered, and brought to tee : of the men remaining. at Long KtJ 1

nre in life otvurred The outside I la the terminal yard here the forceof down in about fifteen feet of wa'e'to cit).. five were negroes: and the bai came to the city this olor.IDI oa taw*
THE SUMMER world should bear this fact in mind'' men was Increased ,the day after miles off Hlotts Ket and thrr'milts ante white. one negro woman being steamer Becayne. exiep about U-

1 and give MIami full crej: for boll' the storm Cool. Intelligent head Ceasar Creek Not former there to look alter
M F H"herlrgton; formerly with from a among the teen who were left .
The lie: o. oils bu now o.. n..r na she u :and what she will be In ib. I, directed them and alread materialIs ; person had bten Mst to that time (, the body of Harry Thompson was I the property There were a* ,

editor of the I-ik'lmd Nema and futureit II en route to l..only; Ke\ and other I All were huddled on the hurricane among them and Is now being prepared on the island all being 01 t

one of the most vers.t'le writers In l in natural where po..IIIIllfor. : points that stiftred t"ie moot Other dtck around the pilot houe We for burial an Is .lao that of ,I pUUI qunr,"rboais at the U...

1 the :"i'ite. jai this eminent tributeto lUll 101 tan not be obtained the wild work Is being( irepsrt-d and ere were clear of the water but ram ;....rJe McLecdon. The former is a ,I the storm began and continued. t
test, 0'! rumors mill get In clrculatlou 'another "p'k extension" 'rations I I', '
he rmsilsz of the surimtr ihraarie ( OIK blew offer u* In great sheet and the, I well known young man ot th. city The ..II went over th 1.1...
."<1lh. )' are.155)5 of the Mnsutloaf w'll be puroiiing, : IIn even tenor again'
t rn:>e: \ and: damag.ng rbr..rl..r. horIhirt I The tipono'or and bulldrnt of lull I there lull and wiped out Th*
later
little
:M-i 'n h' rr In the houndlest In- was a with the to. b. C. Hut..1Co. tlcally everything .
flnlo of he Fnr.ser there rmum the! ) -ilx; hr>urs Miami i: vas cut off', greet englneorirg project a r1"!lI- during this ,ten nun and myself man as lineman In the electrical d"partment !i mind blew from I o clix'k until b' 1in :a

1 spirit" o' another Summer--gone' to loom (h- outside world. It "asKtown 1 I' road across tn* kern from the msln ned three life boats and started for George Mct.endon is a .the nornlnv from the north. sixty\

,oln the rrutIlIlI.ou8! : lentils le. of ,h.t a storm prevailed In this lird to Kev \\""tt know not the word ''a two mi-ted coistiug schooner tint bro her of Mr K. McLendun: u. points .east then changed to that
,< too; lu other than that nothing fall <> lrlon. h id been exprennelthst .
h.t, viicue and vas conception men ;' l" lay between us and I land Our I this city/ w.: ,j jINIirr
vhtittter Could be learned men it the undertaking' ; wri an imponIMe : kh:1: and to Itam. ,
call the P:'stWe Intmtiou was to go Fully two thousand people. men i iee '
was t..at busy' body correspondentsti i i .. t-sk that ,the Id": I
know to Then her light feet sera and the r.'u" of the people huddled on .women children black and white. Mr Marvick said further that th* .
crossed the border land that mark 1 'srai"h<'nt and others in o her I'l.-c ,'mind' would wash away the piers and the upper deck of the dt Luclee gathered along the line from the boat I dredges and quirtert-oats b twee Xl

"Mmf narrow: confines We only t s, lot busy Probably a few dollars I I high tides des roy the roadbed Other I made the schooner. nd one was onboard to the waiting hearse and coffin. I long l. ( Key and :*er .tarll1bl.. r 4"

kc i thM there was no pain oft were In tight and they drew upon I f (n'ormonntable obstacles I were ref I It. It belonged id a Mr Albury some looking ..I'I h tearful eye for together with the quarter boats wets ..

parting. no ai.Iness of farewell! One ijiiir Imagination and drew both rounted hut the utorm of lust Thursday I but If it had a name t did not see those to whom they were near and I damaged I being reported that the ;j

J day with warmth and t' <*"f'fI'I. she hard. nod strong They saw two feet I de"tros nothing hut 'b..... oplnlonk : It. All of the men but! myself and dear and other with the curious Intulsltlvenes latter containing fifty men had gone < .
: "i'r in the ;t' +ps,11: o 9ce here I All of the completed work '
+ oilled u:ton the earth and tuiilin i a companion boarded the craft and peculiar to such occurence to sea We saw nothing of them
till Fh" mavef as whet ve knew and the streets of the town flailed; :i nlers. roadbed etc withstood Its j stared to sail It to the Si Lone.They *. I oa the way ''
the saw hundreds of buildings dov>u fury In the end when the Island, had well ubder and It wa further that the *
not was her _.... ... Only a sameleusomething I gotten way I Found Near Wreck Ipf
In the air wfcltwrel: to In the street, they saw thousands of I hive been linked bv solid mase of I were clone to the steamer when the The bodies were all discovered near {! dredge Rough : the pile ;'

a* that: she was not-and wakened us I people made homeleaa In fact tie) i I steel Iron and cement the bridge I wind came out of the north and west. I, the wreck of the 8t Lode and la the driver at work : th eo Mete '>

to a realization that she 'U gone beyond am Miami a complete wreck wltt/ be a hundred times stnnger toss and they were driven away and off vicinity of Soldier Key \\1thout.a I arBbl... had ( '... sad that tw. *"-

recall I The northern and southern press now and vowrl"g; the expretatons of i their course The sea. which bad t'ut'pllon'err corpse was more or i men lot their live from the lat .' ,

1 Even now we. warce r\v believe accepted these<< weird. graphic and sea : Ihnoe pert dun lifted to know. no sea abated some. picked up again Great less brulsd cut and scarred by flyIng ( Other than the above Il.I stated reI -' m

that she bin left u*: for In her stead saiioual stories and displayed them orwind can effect! them I God. I have never seen It so high: Umber or coming in con'... I llsbly that ttl damage was Inflicted ,

there starr' a nymph 80 like her under great headlines Miami... The evidence. has been furnished. The rain was blinding and beat our with sharp rock so prevalent along (this side Long: .Xev which was

a that sense of Iou tires place to grM before the .world but In a different that the undertaking Is not impost faces like shot I could see nothing I the reefs of Florida. apparently the center of the a

fade of cmp,f Ion The same 1\.lIh.: than she uestrtd and deseited Mt>nt that It will culminate success I more until I a sea pitched us out of I Ihe tight wa pathetic a* one survivor -.1 of the camp on the land are seta.

robes of g....n -the same flower The papers can hardly be censures fufly I the lifeboat and into the mangrove shook hands with ano her is'sperchle.s ;' though considerably damaged b"1

decked browthe same gracious for riving the stories Dromlnenre on the shore There my companion congratulation of ..seaplsga water 'y.:

n-lle of sunlit splendor So fubtij n.-"ere of a nature that demandeda |! KIK- I and myself clung lu the top brancnes watery grave. and strong menchoked

{ was the exchange made It was as dUplay." but every one of thetuwere I THE OF SYMPATHY II ::..... would roll over us and we back tear a* gate met gaxethey ; Qt-'RnRnn\T: \TI. I .

I when the Man succeeds the > outh. exaggerated -false and fakedto WE NEED would be submerged Between seas were closer related and stronger j I WEST lIFmm \ (W lei' :
i the Woman walks In resterdxr light: the extreme Miami today la as w. managed to get: our breath I friends than ever I nuW .
good or better than It ever ...... A The Jacksonville of )1011.1 '
Metropolis
V footprints of the Maid Autumn with Through the fog like rain I saw i! tt l'.s..nalll.C: Parlor Saturdays Dally) '

risk gifts and convollrc IJr.'e. U all number of buildings and stocks buffered day does Miami and Pensacola a grea I the schooner being driven down upo.. At the undertaking parlors, the I Harro detail ut tae .i .
by leaking roofs: the greatest, and by displaying' ,iug .ra
to us that Summer war lejust ce Injury ns She way coming broadside and same weird crowd gathered: to eaten
*
; of qjar eruoat so 4 aback *
And let we sigh that she! Is gone damage was done by .water nome few on Its front page a cartoon entitled I II I prepared to cash In The water If possible a glimpse cf a corps drm row uoag Ky' wore ara- d '

-for she was pleasant companionand were blown down, but otherwise th. i I sympathy It represent Florid I waa over the top of the mangroves I I, At King parlor, the body of \. J. irom survivors who can over lists
{
wf shall bask la her brlthtn-ss damage was confined entirely to 'cs a Rant woman with two crouchIng and flooded the whole key six: feet Harper of Klsalmme. I la being pre- tr ,*
morning oa the steamer ***
sever .,aln. Other summers p.i trees. shrubbery fence etc veeplag' : .women one Pensacolaand deep Over th* bush the vessel ,pared for burial and will be snipped MI ;
i Key where they were ;
We would respectfully request that one Miami uy her aide 8urronndlng passed. coming so close that mj \n. i,
haps. will light with
onr may sunshine bees
yesterday alter having ree* 4x.
aj eu.tors who .oz IB.* a..d whom them I* a mass of wreckage companion managed) swing onto fath-er-in-law ,7
bringing a' sweet gifts of trait
in the gull by the Italia si e ,
aid nower.and perfume laden breeie.Oat papers published sensational reports boat. brick. lumber etc. her and was carried Inland Today .* a bridge carpenter and en route .
Jennie. Those who kHW.aa..e
are *
she-*h* hat dropped like a pebble I of loss ot life and damage to Miami Through the sky lightning Is darting she U a quarter of a mile on the Interior I. the works.During survived and who arrived sees

Inio the ocean of eternity tearingj the same sent out by Irresponsible and the whole scene made a pictureof of the Island high and dry the time between the t..... I are .

'" j a naught but the memories tll.t''rood correspondents at other place duringthe : wreck and ruin. The cartoon was "I hung onto the bush and as the he wrote a letter directed today p. Dutenbary. assistant .. 'J
about her aa we review the time that Miami was cut of from anything but timely and appropriate tide receded I climbed down and was Ito "My Friends In this letter d"- \ ,

stately pageant of her perfect dart I wire communications, speak word Miami doe, not need sympathy finally able to touch ground Lateron ceased requested that his body be I Intent* m Brennau. engineer. ).;a

Memories of skies of deepest In rebuttal Miami and the East she needs congratulation. bhe e.- 1 was able to crawl and finally shipped to his father-la-law and gave J'
apnrewith Joe Wicks. Norfolk Iloremaa
here and there floating curco.1t Coast of Florid are silll the garden CBpod the storm with a property damage reached the Interior of the Island I other Instruction regarding the dls- Marvlck n.la8r. 'J 1

of nom of flowers that flamed theli sputa of the world Human lite and of not more than f(0.wOO and but I know not just what happened ou position of his person and property I A Fertler, .SpA d.Mtansi.f Mo. V.vl,

w' little da) beneath her ardent sun ol property are safer here than anywhere one d".Alhn"Kro reported to bass. I I the St. Lucie after the wind came out knowing\ that he would never go( .i Waldla. Miami ,

1 fruits. ttm dat by dar under her else In the country We are died from Injuries received. by a fly, :Hof; the northwest except that the hurricane through' the storm It Is stated that I Charles Mobile. j

O"derfnl alchemr. ored mystic Just as able to care tor tourists. visitors log piece 01 timber Practically every 1{ deck went by and all were Harper lost his wife Just a f..1 :Madden.r.a.

arom. sixrklrit c\l'w-droll and gold and s-ttlers as ever beforeSe sign and *ar left by the storm: ,,, thrown Into tbe water While I weeks ago. leaving an Infant Janus J.m. Tampa 1r

rn sunbeams. until her perfect work vent every man woman and child has been obit: ,'rated aad Miami today hung on the hub men came ashore. It was his request that his body tlt'l Jiniet Pad..tt.Nolan. Newor

s was Jone Memories of .oadr,>1I11 10 know this. and we want them to' U as K,,,>d. substantial. and prc sonic were dead and *?n.e mere not. bulled! betide this of hit site J W' hrankllnhr

nnM is i nd rn e-tinted dnt, '. ol r< lixe ard feel they are enirel safe Itr'''''''' h.. as e\>'r ',, 'I I h.") dIU'.d b> tvM-n all kinds of ,-- The holy of Harry Thom;'on I. a Ijinie. Phil.idelphla
'
duals. out of who there floated l..>th visiting and locating In thu What v.. nee.J 1 :is more peopte: : pew 'bfl; tnd all land'J ...ltbt'r11 he the establishment ot Wilt. .....- ; ,.
F: iBOII e. Huiln-im. > LJiniei
the shows of ch'ldren at liand teas ;sun pie of the kind. h" will ko 'o wars ,niiiKio\is' or went, o\,'r them IiIn ", A. t'it The funeral mill b.. h, M 10 \
|' llndl'M :New >
'he nielodof lores old smt 1 te riots Tini... appreciating tb..1 with brill and brimi a"d" build U1; i int; ''rur of the island I uoteIh morrow aft rn''Jn nt 3 o'<'|:-vk I tuIrierment irk
itonn \\ Parmontier'w Y m ,
TlKrn I*c' that most repots are t'Lagc..ralI I this greatest "f all Unrl.U ibctloisTht ,'t were able ilm f: lo the brnm'i will IM under 'hnivir't; .
rever a i>torni- site. .
smep \\ r rt t--t. Ke.n 't Pahi .
' but Ihtt the rslnhom of :.ro..nl... follti ed f: \i \<>':rf ::o this I eipression I bs-- ',' 're Is room fur thoiixand ol themTir ': ..s ., nd In thin mHhe cost ol tVuite : .if the local lodge I O O t of 1 :,. ii. J, oh lea it;
t' ... lore it hid leiriu-d he true situa'lou'at \ \' will Quit a melcome among 'h. I...." iMied fho, thai mere dead huh deceiseo wn, a me'toe, I I'm ,- I \.1.
.d. re< .r a der of dint end Isnie Dr t t I Hr,kl I' n / ..
but thM the night b. iiiKht the bie.. :\11"1111 end on be East Coaat II |' pro |xrous healthy) ana tojleu" d lixliced: In the trees Itt& lion, ia....t. >'mber ot the bulge are dlr tel .1.ltakte': yni .,m. Key Wtl..orLP i' +

lug of tooting breeteAcd I The rpl".rtt| from the storm which people. who are doing better ant ihoiuli clinic .paired user them Mhi ')> K. S. Wilson iwrre'ary. to m' et i.i'rhell. M'
di farewell .rrvsitt 110 sweet summer y. In tries Itl Ir. Tampa, ,e
A gree Ing and a blessing to the earlier part of the week are. before Ibis Is he ulnd cfmi>ath) !
the glorious; Spirit of 'otumnbut ly exaggerated; sad are of .. we need I \ Mr BIrd. mho was !going downto The remain of deorge Mct.eidow '
Frisk est. J 'rsey CmW a'
>o Ton with lingering fondness construction That there have gr"1 We appreciate the spirit In which take charge of the coucreu workat I ,is also at the Combs establish i' \t'ry. ) fit

farewell I damage and los of life Is the Jacksonville Metropolis offered! JemfNh. Creek proved himself. a ''ment It will prepared and shipped David -.II.ml Jj ,
. It Is very needk-M! to report Its cartoon It had tbugbt with oth hero He was In a bout containing to West Palm teach on torn.r-
William Went Palm Death
bo-iv ns lost who has not been beard era throughout the .orldIhaok :La Mr*. Puree and her little son mho :I row morning* train the Intermeu. S..lId.r.

: : LAST SERMON I from and every locality cut off from tp garbled and faked dispatcbes mere going to Join their husbandand ; taking place there during the after Charles Alf'n. Cleveandrllji (Ifhiw fI
Mall Kenued n
, OF SAM JOKES mmunlcatlon as having: been extermlna'ed I that me mere upon sufferance homeless father an engineer on one of the I noon The mother of deceased I.I Is Hrandt Gtlveston *

and foodless and objects of char !boats at Jem flub Creek Their boat I a resident of that place. hence the I \arr"
D W I Lewis barller Mo.
Almost 'II.. last sermon Sam Jones "1l11l fair to Infer that The same exaggoratlon Uy upon the countrHut the .'srtoon mat capsned Mrs. Pierce could ""I! < slon to In:err the body there Ot'
"nor V T.I .
I ever preached was on Sudden has accompanied the report was untimely aid d.>>s Miami 'swim so could Mr Bird but the llvryUe hr bead t \ 1'1'.1"1.
I V M \\ Pltt-bu,
Death In Oklahoma Cltr Oklahoma I from Cuba and that the ION 01 and this i-ortlon of Florida a groan 'child mat helpless. Mr Bird man This morning Fred Hutterf with a I '* VIn Ik..r. Phi g

lant Friday night and the Dally life and dcmpt will prove to b*. Injustice The Metropolts|, mhkh\ Ii a,, ed to get hold of the loand placing ( ing: of laborer began the gglng Christian Koemer adelphla

1 Capitol of that city\ In dewriblng II.'A" much smaller. than the estimate now friendlyto the K : I being sent In. The news collecting' Florida mill do the right thing; b> .hnrt'11 three were saved <>n.' 'he city cemetery The tu are I I --. .
Mil, New
iwn "nkWI..r
.- "J..1It! night a large crowd was oat I agencies. should take steps. to remedythe correcting its error and netting us negro woman pii... d bi' me she ",Ping held this afternoon ..
M New
I York A
to hear the Georgia evangelist. Kev wretched and worse than worthless right before the w MId was from Nassau and swam like ; elng encased In a "bau"a o. '<
Sam P Jones Mr. Jones preacheu character of the stuff which fb > -0The -- I duck others floated on m reck : "n coTn and Interred nbe 1 ( R KlrchoT rvi.on Sprlaga.FKi .
.
on Sudden Death' From start to end abroad over the country The following editorial from the but many were heittn ol by mar. if Interment Is being lJ!* r the I II I

: finish he pleaded warned and beggedmen public has begun to discount and du Havana lost mill posatbiv cause some and had to swim or drown I can I IF E C Hallway Con/.B I George,.Inh Hartman Ens-sr., PalatkaKi Karlae. WI. '. \

f to flee from the wrath to tome believe completely" the early telegraph Of the conservative New Fnglanderi tell you little more Imagination 'irri'lor have been made for : )

,.'. and avert the Judgments of Gol. Such ,' reports: and to wait lor mall to change Ihl'lr1....... about Cuba will suffce The .tide receded rap- I h r\liig sue and all other (trand Merry\\ oort.ll.Tlld.n to..lon.. 8. C ,'

. ) an impression baa not been made I I' ad"lf"I and ber imaginary; barbarians Idlv! It had been a regular tidalI.a'w. ;I are brought In ".w
Key Went.
during the meetings At times men Watch Miami grow"; How I "Th" nutoniohlle must be given a ( ..lth..... rolling ten and Ru.1 _

shuddered as be declared the tearful fore she mill he .. s large share of the credit la the op "twelve feet high After the survlv ,I t\: FRnU."T: ..t'\K OR Walter. Booth Kan Gal,. n 1. itq'

'... truths ol the text At other times I II" era suburb and the east coast but along ration cf pacification of Cubit HadIt lora could get a foothold on the land i mCHF.OT: ima KFY \r'oml..k. Krle Pa ,ti

the entire audience wee moved ti I ( street running down the lengthof I not been for the automobile Ii I..... had the time and mind to Curve I Those 1 K ho .. .
who are known to "
i :.'lees r ghs t--rs and eiio'Ions I a great ctOrce It was pro- altogether unlikely that the dint,and the c-ilauilty Dead bodies were everywhere ( From SaiuM3T k Dally ) ishtd bays per* ;
were r'
;: s .re gte'e tree sent Everyone od bt some to give;: Jacrsomllle Inc would now have been completed and men groaning and suf "1 Fall!: d' UufT'of the wreck: at Long R A Parlla '

*;, f, 1 I' I h"t Got h"1 came clos-r and' he capital by those who did note The horse would have been far torerlng ''ring with piln rtuiws aid cum :,>'. AjHlthe destruction of qu.r'.r- Chorletnderin. 1
lle horn fast Jaeksn( .iville plow a means of for W. found I..rfv-n'.. of which ,,
"'\"t'n a rco'e .rp..1 1'1 1 'n rer-en i wit converence ro\'o "I' twentyailodic "vt No t. a men'lon eMft'he F P.velvH
t 'n 't .toP .to, :0 n' 'h" ..p..op'' 'rp.. 1rg :o" 'tin ths. ohjoot If Tsl'ihastee ( the territory (' dener' :- bu' I !Its-l'-sa! thr. er" nior -. aptieired In the Metropolis W ..ttruJ. .

" 'na "f"r -'rd .. n"--t rule-el enti monld only com snitn n* Fuiston and Mater tadd h\e beet nth 'l's- del!'r a 01 the t'nk It ,rt' rdav Afternoon Ir a Key W.'.t4itrh tt '.d.",

,\oft ..,.... '0 .. ...1..... .h.. -'. Q ...... I ..t, rv 113'111 it 4-ti-llTi: nort.iw rht.lined tolar. the (, ..p' '..,.
. q ",. .t'n'"r -'j-n '!I.. p-rt "oil< nlre-idi he In *.ig'roTi >> ,..ast week Srvenl I nn'omohllesfive > ''''p und 1*-,..r.' ninth" -*">'ie :>"neaevlientlv -.' MTV- \ \ \f-.rvl--X on. "T '
f"I
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ta a resets.
.' ..s- "' M r-"i..-.1 nr-" ...1' end prom rile sn"-iilt of oirj crte" -nen dollars per hour each coin ni ,- n" tine keerx-rs at long K-v. and If F i'rs1e
' ".' "> settle the question of salva. I If build rg to a prophetic ey*.Times some. bat the results are well mor:I' t r.d npn .e..e a 'r .et. "t h.a K, I tnr ," 'v.,,,, Of (,? ? ,1rFrboiit
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than"fie Onion the price" belonged to i nan named arrived here today on1 'i'n ta"J n Paz': 1 s t







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STORM CASUAlTIES TOTAl ONE !i : 0.V1TlhL Tin VTOICM. Wls!> HUH SIX M FIBERS' [ OF CREW OF FLORIDA FISH & PIER80H NO. 4 ; :


WENT DOWN IN GULF
( From j
Ifondal'g Dnllvl!

I" funeral of-----1 Harry Thompson' PRIDUCE[ COMPANY JELL[ HARROW TALE ft

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HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE ass held, I yesterday afternoon fromthe I __Continued from Page 2J '

Episcopal Churl. .< j o'clock : I DoubertyI It

-- -- I, Rec. N. B. Fuller OffliiBt T Uv I From T'uestlal's Dillv I IJnm..a for -,mulng u And taking: care : II Ottt j'"tll'

craned and 1 losing. their lives by d.&f> sae p )dung Ulan, a ) t'lrs' I liansen.e'haaR'lekman of us site aboard I G. rboma -t
I'ro".TI..m"* '
S '"." and fright! HP 'la 8urpr"' 1 that ,old' aril and U"'r. bly kro.n In I The -teenier Lucas it a t.g: '>l G. W. Howe G

f From thta Uerthlte. Johnebr and the had a large nil C. G. MorrowHarman I',
", Mondavi Dally) ome have placed the ('a.ual'I's fta I 1'1t) antep tact aaa dO'nlllnslral'd tank steamer .
high by the and Ld"ard the six men fishIng barge; In tow Mie was bound from' Dickinson ..t.R.
is four hundred large 'II.
.: Tarns> .four more survivor A bc-auHe he' t a1..nddul'! iiI the ,
funeral Mr. for the Florida Flab and 1'r.Hiuo. Fortrthut toew:. Yuck unit b "lrxen E. Blork l
f war no Inll.rn.lInn l to .rran' such Thon'I'' '''," has ben I I
,
quah( 'ato:" 4 hue U,'n reamed irchlng for'I
days (Olsen
eight C K
dn omton and expr-jwlon. He hasgreat ''l'roOlln..nll"nn..It'd .llh the ,.It) ro. rrwued b>" I tVie Standard Oil tosteamer out J.
l; and tak,'n mi., Sjn.nnfL.hr. they electric barge whirh hid r.on. adrift from John Bradley I.-t
hopes| that some of tfori,' In:11: ugh company for several I'' 1.lIl..... Ht\t'r their houseboat 4 .

: are "' 1"rt'"niS; transportation from miHMne sill i|| ie heard fi lOt see,, In I yet-ra- but recent)) engaged "lIh the I I''ba.dwt'n blown tol sea from Its mourIK another steamer ixwral dais ago".. I J. D )titter .z
t
?. that ion hark to Miami. huh the rag,nl' i", will he r..d UCeHn a ,, extension aoks. where h. ass r'pioyed ... ;* at (.MIX. FIo" I Ida. and taken to Mr ('ro"e reports. tha five mvatxMrd I A. B Bell ''fII

'J The first Information of this good',to a minimum 1 <'ue ''f "hen death overtook mm.Ife '. acksinvi'kretiirled. to Ml.mil this the barge acre Ill and thith KldgleyII I

Sean was received at G 311 ociorfc 1! ('< |''ny II.hl11: | t-.,,,1,1',, I I was one of the unfortunate aboard 1 noininn, none the\cot'sfor' thtiilrience .-v had run short of ,rovi'ions antsahile Hlgglnbottom. !,4 t

} I IF The the St he ass aboard the >.t..m..r.11 II Prank Cole.
yesterday afternoon In. telegram: railroad comp.nv and officials Lucie unable 10 cn1e. .lIh ( ith (heIhe a's- ".
'
I from Barney A Waldln one of theW are doing all! |Ir ,?., OOw.r lor I".. the flerrenese of Thursday'. .,.orm folioIng i ot their < i|>erlencra can sent nor"s bat k to her lie uy* C. Pekln. l'

anrvUora. directed to Chief Engineer: Injured and to !Io.':?,' and -rescue and met death by dro"nlu'lt: and rescue-;aiVl.caring in theTln.eat'nlon that the steamer 1.mas U a big. wellequliipml A. P. Jones ,,4,

:!J J C Meredith and asking for tr.n.rbOlOP. .1111 mlaslnlt. S,'vera: bent 'I The funeral vas held under the of le.t>:Adit i. < orooorraitd steamerRcfcrrlsg U Bands

portatlon for tmentj-four men from have. len sent :o scot: In lbk,.,, auspices of the Fort Dallas Lodge by },fro rV" '' and the Oh..1 : again to the experienceon \ 'heI. .ured and fif'y men wetbe

-Bavannah to Miami and 1100 In case :and on the coast and the next few I of .x.d Felber of this city. .I.It'd urrl\orn:: r the houseboat h( said that none number are accounted for e.t"-rI'

to parrbase necMlUe. hours should bring Inportant infor- I Iby a delegation from .hn leach W. were fc RchortsJ at Cape Florida of the men appeared to be badly 'IT rescue or death thus leaving 7 (

'-c Engineer Krome. acting for Mr. I mllioD. ron.l.tlnc of the following gentlemen when the Trat hard blow came up. frightened: ihongh they did not ex >r more than half ,b* number un.tc- ,g

Meredith replied to the message, ask- I : Dr. J. E. Liddy, G C Car- The houseboat that we mere on ask achy feel comfortabfe floating about oun ed for It la believed 07 tae

rte. who In tbe storm with no power or any irvlxor that many of them will t>e I
( Wf the name of the Survivors and F.XmXFI'R IJt''F.XBt''RrIn I performed the ceremony .t our limbing quarter and we would

In lees than one hour the following! I TALKS noI-T' the grave; H. Lewis, Mu Strkln AT. ran Knt from there In small boa. as.latanc. whatever and that oneman .r have been rescued though It I I..
fJ1l'MTJ: had his lg badly Injured that -,. onabe 10 belfev that a tair percentage
Rose *
I c.o. .
t message ws returned: yard Frank Adams It mmckere1.. fUhtng ground
I' and L. W. r-.b.: tbe thought of being drowned kepi perl.bed.
i' "Rwaed by steamship Alton and I! ( From Monday Burkhardt Thnraday morning at i clock the
+ Dally) The him worried. though be did not showIt The lajairdTbe
; landed Impreaaln fierce
here All funeral
f are well The sur- service I Ira blow came and It was a
Avon are Assistant Engineer W P. Duen- I the Episcopal church was read I tell Before our Bou.e- outwardly folowlng U a partial Hat of

R. A. "' .ldl.. (bury who was on the wrecked quar- .t the church and grave, after h I 1 In.lost. began you.to drag anchorone ot Immediately upon the return o. the Injured till injuries they received -

the Odd Fellow. hicha the men her they reported to thecompany and now aadar treat Went ID Kc'
G. F anchord
CUi
erboet completed which was
No 4. rescued by the luiUB I he amaller boats. and will be
{' '. >. KMrrfeT.t. lee af'r' ass blown up In.o the representative West
behind
meaner Jennie and uken Into I ua until they .are **Lt out wound OB
i D. Molts Mr. Thompson I* .ur sir, turned over and fell bottom lid.up..rd. provided for \ Haley filer punctured

p. C K. Shear: i Key West. came ap yesterday On the mother a brother Mr ved by his and Bank again left footMelville.

Bed r1... I _I .. u ja*. inomp- Filer. eontuBioB oa KIIihoulder i
? A. U N'hh.her. tur *. ". *. Seymour arriving eon. and a 1I' *r. "W' then commenced to reaJU

H. i. here ferment wa held .. Cravo In .e MASD.tNI'S l'4hl'F. ., and left leg
t GrwHT I at 1 clock In the afternoon I that there was some danger no

Edward orhrlng.. II Mr Dusenbury tery |a charge 0 a the city ceme- bugled ourselves In making the home I .\(. IINST TAX COIXtfTOR Prank Murr). contusloa of the

C. A. ('ortier.J I came through fromKey I The following Undertaker Comb boat fkat. V< had hardl commenced -! ,..crumtU 5

4 B. HoMthsie.Jajne Rest via all the camps of thent..n.loD. 'Thompson, member of ),Ir. work. however before the I I From Tuesday DallyA ..ry Hansen contusion of the

r !Nixon, making: .n Inaction andascertaining 'ers: H .'. were the pall bearruggs \! hou&f tats>botoromm..DI't'd to drag anchor writ of mandamus State of ibdomca t

I aa near F Flit,. contusion of bOil ..
# aa poaalble the E. S. Caaa Frank Laron.
Clarks M rrioi. and soon we were proceeding Florida ex Tel Mather t 1r1ek--

t t J. 3. Kane.. I amount of damage and casoalues aleach. J. OBe dfor1ck. R 8. Wilson Y'I tile bay at a fast rate of speed. land vs )I. R. Kellum tax co.lector ,,g* and hips and right hand

P. I Below Long Key there waspractically ne and John Mills across absolutely helpless."Before of the city of Miami was Issued today Frank tee*'. contusion of abdomrrsak i

rVftron.Albrr I no damage either\ On water The anal of beo. MrLesMloneral Kus-wll coatailoo of right
Y.J .e were dashed to piece. out of the county c...rk a ode
or I.nd. The same condition ..eral of the late Ceo Mcl""en- foot' end lacerated Ml toot
W. and we
M h..toa.A.HcnL the wind died out order of Judge Minor d "nes.
I evict this side. Mr. morning at however I upon all ov-"
D"IPnbury report- il .. held yesterday were safe and Bound The writ commands the 4 George! Iranklln. contusion
lug practically the same .. Engineer clock from tbe Baptist church thought\ we I
body
J. J. tHmmond.L. i when another gate came up from the \ R. Kellum to accept from ..ala r
I Krome, the substance of which I. eat Palm Beach Mr. McLendoa Luke Drtseoll contusion and laeer-
In force ol
A. Bell. northwest. which was greater Mathers *: Strickland! the : ai

tr' H. J. IHrkwiaa.if 1 x> .l.ed la another column DrPdIf was one; of .the passengers of the \ than the first one i ula gale took |25u. together with a "'rk's fee o. ited wounds on left lot.

V>. 1. and he Dodge dredge areat 1 Ill-fated St Lucle. which went to theopen \ Daniel Forbes, contusion of abdomen -
nor.s-. Lower Uet.r_nKi.Dusenbury u* on through the outlet and Into t a cent and Issue therefor a licenseto

C. Bvtwtgtta. --'WUle. e piece la Thursdays tropical storm ,! .... V\e were perfectly help- do a re all liquor business within and hipsThompr

Charles MoUer! Wr. wa agreeablyd The remain were sent from here tow boat or anything limit of the city otMiami MrOowan, contusion of tbbest .
teat planed ." pleased whet \ accompanied by lea, there being no \ the corporate I
the morning sod back
} i Jolts lUrt.iranaportaton. normen yesterday la sight to aid aa and all of our or appear before Judge Jones I
ma-Ion of the brother of wound. la
rescue of tw Mr R B. McLendon a behind' John Melon. lacerated
lafor- been left and show why said
't was wired at one mall boata had next seek cause
from quarterboat No. the decreased A delegation: from left knee and eontualoa of foot andshoulder .1
4. and money seat the survivors. They ty-tour with the exception' of one small boat license was not Issued i
celved last Beach
Bight He ha of Rest Paim
will leave Savannah today for Miami. wu re- the Labor tnlon which was disabled this left ut \ The above matter grows out of .
that
some of those and the Inter'meat tb"l woaad oa
nay R'st :actrated I
acted aa pallbearers Wm. T.
...
Kawwa Here eon'n.y helplecsSight. refusal of the city license
tost
Particularly I* this t felt was IB the city Cemetery commencedto Mather Id? of right """*.e '
A Bomber of the survivors either been came on and we I to Issue a license to Messrs.

live or ar* well known la Miami Mr that Waldln Mr Mr Doss ae of Bar- think that our chances for being'' Strickland to do a retail liquorbnsness Marcus: Ur..adt. coatna:on of thlgn

Barney R'aldln U father of Mr. Waiter Waldln wa i iwreckage 0 art scurf ,COMMDtiAR1ES WERE saved were all gone \\e stghtea at the corner of. Avenue uand and left arm.
with him H IMIILY U.UUGt.U I rottnsloa of hip
W.ldla and has bees a resident( a long time but wssoff pica of one steamer but could not hall her 4th street on the grounds that \ O. R KI bolr.wound of foot and

1 of ths sectloa for a number of year heldfor This. of course, worked! us ap to suchan the location was outside tbe liquor James Nolan.
He was given opInformation < Fron Mond"y: Dally ) and cat union of legs. II
( 111I hand.
H. washes almost ordl- I .
city
was one ot those given ap for lost nally extent that we were limits as prescribed by

a" C. Piston and L. A. Bell were launch of his n ao.r and theCher Mr ;,1. L Lummus proprietor of Ue had some gasoline aboard; th- nance The defendant had previous Orl A. Swanson. lacerated rouse
return of one from ro-nmlsarles In the (eyes I I I Iof .
Lnmmui : footEd
engineers and Bee the 'the saturated some for aelanacommlwtlonere the right
4 captains. while C. F. ale houseboat and we y secured a permit
Sieshytt that he bad noi | of both leg*
ated this morning \ I common
t > Call H J Graeff A. H. Crni ana ine grave. : wood with thla. struck matches to U liouor from the count Booth .
l' other Mr. Dusenbnry at 1 received off rial reports from his com the air It was. for the ame \ John MrMana. lacerated wounds of
have resided here some Rearttsgfortyeight and threw them In and B county license

s_ o v N Rldgeley wa the tlm.'j I.time of the react. lea that at the I misrtei. but has learned aufflclent by this method that the oil ateamr ; Failing to secure a tit) liquor II- the left h.ad ,
other his loss baa been very \ of Di.amerIn
i show that
i to Story
Rubelll
tractor He himself and K. business Immediately
opened
came here from 8t Pee> steamer of A F. Lucas Capt cease they
e ersburg OB the wet coast about two I: Jennie t! ay the Italia 1 I heavy: ( sighted us and gave us a signal that afterwards they were arrested I sneaking of he wreck of qrterboat -
( steamer were la "1 bare fight commlMcrle: said No 4. Mer V. I. talker
weeks' three otbe i I You can Imagine and fined $2S each (In
ago. and west down to begin their it she would pick us up. by the city
searchlight 't Ive of them are beeMiami two of the firrlvor -
work. \'arioai others bad a good ae- b. vicinity plyingsteamship Mr. I.umTnns how grateful .e Were to the the municipal court on a charge ot \ and Ralph Hartman
,effect rescue. 0 and Long Key' All ot rerrhlng her today on the
aalnuace IB Miami Many of them ind endeavor to tween I master of that steamer for the rescue doing buslae** without a licence An *
Lucas.Co nee
Milt mesug Immediately upon tb..lramnl .. U of these wa tbe the bull<<:lng.. I have reason to Many Mile From khureWhen ''appeal .. taken to the circuit court I Miami aaldWe '
and he
Blocksrained I fiveo
but the t
PrPI standing mooring *
Cl' la Savannah and there wu lot the Standard Oil Here. are the Lucas sighted us we : the defendants reciting among other I I broke our
rr* wa the at< and wind I can only and were
mach rejoicing among relative udrn..d. med one of the oihImer by ram acre thirty-all mile out at sea oft things In tn..... petition for nianda rlork In the morning
rived .
at Say believeIt two
and
Ins We oat
pat
approximate my outhwe
; .. Alton which arsarvivora -'I Fowey Key light house sod the mus tbat the city baa no legal rightto blow
will be In the neighborhood: ot 119. One of the cable broke,
9 to be overjoyed almost pros Mr nah with twenty-four waves were washing. over the deckso : establish and. maintain a liqno author
J2 -
Dunes
i
thousand doll.re.on.: of my employees I bnt the other held It dragged
A Ira. expected to be swamped
was Charles
we limit
Moller that
a for 8t Peter! understand fast
lost their live. but 1 I' pastrd through the
delicate bat devoted little will leave tonight time."When The mandamus doe not mean that however and w*
womaa. try moat any
to
who ever dice the news of the trcdy I Smith visit, of his tIIbPfore w srg. OB the wet coast, one of the men had a for hard bit w* were taken aboard the the city limit law hat been declared 1\\ piling\ along the ihr.r and went oahe
] distant
the wave mile
In
battle alt
swim and Rubelll reef fife or
Lels R. la the event
of the ea was reoeived.haa paced retuirtenslon f*. formerly Mia Lau the master Capt unconstitutional bat

i the terminal dock aad the ..at..rorroat .. city, and recaperats;, life: told as that It was only by accident the collector refuse to Issue the Urenne I There the anchor held for a few satitnte -

erly solleltlag and waiting p. ably Ing to his duties oa thie < \ "I. have Just had a wire from my that we. were rescued by him that ( ss demanded, that the matter when It broke loose Tk* setswet
Stan
eommaaaarydepot I sad
of the high
brother, manager running mouatala
I?? Ueatly some new from her husband. hops. tug Sadie will proDha'tlll that the be was blown many mile out ot hi i''Kill I come ap for a eons.ltuUonal *
West, stating broke over the erai.
who was an occupant of the Ill-fated. 0 Key West tbla afterMaDory at Key course by the storm and that we were I(lest and decision at law three monsters
there at Camp US and Big From sixty to seventy -
stocks ,
aeceloB
.arterboat No. 4. Wltb ber In the course of ocean steamernahen : --- la
I weresix A wire). escaped damage lhee not I .and crushed a* the
Pine Key, were killed
little children the offspring of edit Of 8tmeag ..... I picked up. rout 81R\UOR8 OF
CII 1
Par-
commlmane
three off Eaglaeer
r- at the are the only the Lucas then toocdown NO. upper part went
mal She loved night tram received "Th* master of Ql IRTUIBOIT 4
..1 have below Long Key that \ Ha was one of the tint to Beet death
al husband and father estates that .if Engineer Meredith i* win be his Chan and showed us
said that be lad
Lammas broke me
Mr.
They came here about two weeks ''up by Said Key, Bear KeyWestcarrled we were headed for the Bahama bank Four other survivors of the 111 'I n. craft then up
a amount
e ago from the north the woman and two mea bad been picked able to state definitely' the where the water l. shallow and'where 'I Fated qnarterboat No. 4, which wat clang to whatever wreckage they.
to I his louse at each camp upon the I' hold of. One by one they
and of that If w* had could get
children la steamer Thursday
remaJalag Miami wbltb < posed lO allory line the no voasel pass; adrift from long Key last .
BOW oa fh*
of the steamers wash off and dlaappear
husband went to They are sup- return rescued by him we at would
r' long Key toply So. t. ma York. not have been have been rescued and are now

if his vocation a* a skilled m<<...,,. I oat of tll survivor of qaarterboat lower coast would probably have gone on U>.. Mobile, awaiting traasportatl'.n liter we **re oa contained at onetime
there were thirteen
Ie. She bad boat gives dp all lItpe I eight lag a total of seventy-five : reefs. and all ben killed i iWe from that port to Miami hey were fourteen men.
SMALL M.%TrF.R..0 n of the Somber atlll clinging tv
I Friday
aid was oa the verge of rwnaprewbea one hundred and thirty- STORM were rescued by the Lucas picked ap la the same vicinity as

the wires flashed ta* uen. go PRO .led' from tbat craft ECHOES FOLLOWING morning. at 7 clock and the were those rescued by the i"' airerJennv !it when we acre rescaed: ; bat oae

that Charles Moller wa alive aid ot that steamer stated that h.1 and Alton, and rrhe Mobile I had failed to hold on
f .. I AlP ( From Monday Dally) mailer ; ;;; with the wireless In Waler .%U Day
The scene that followed we OF ARB would communicate yesterday morning They art
I I.
from Cocoanut Grove "Twere la the water all day.great
A report \ meet asas .
1 leave to nagiBatloa ( GENEROrsiT PFXTJVEDMondsy's I station to bare a tag : Captain Anderson
-- to the effect that tbe road near that route to New Tork The i tea wreaking over aa-onlj those
en
he was
Prof Bring
C.8l'ALnn.mE Dally) I pbue\ are IB bad condition M.DYI, master of the Lucas then commencedto 'lOtto Charles Olsoa _hu went through It a* we did eaa
Miami
a smaller bridges on the mata I Late toe
( the tie realise our aulfertng m
cltlxen 01 o from the ship ,
LABOEtr
onn-F.RnX.'TEI1 ed by of aid to the I and travel flash message, I Joe Nelson '
road are gone & o clock- Wxer
front afternoonabout
bay and at .
Ttdalty have been r81f'IYSe..11 to "f'SI.. Augustine picked ap by ttsteamship >
4 tried The men were
ma be
Miami baa to over of Havaaa,
Monday's and from within forty mile
( From Dally) B. Bro got from Congress- t. of i last he reported that he bad Dents Colorado, which was evidently *
number
A
ot the back roada tore off a pk-ce of
Eaglneer W. J. Krome. actlag ea- wed St Clark and Governor Nard one successful I one of the vessels reportedIn Mr Duaenbury
and bonding there weredamage and holited.
(, glee*r. IB charge of an tb. ex.canon eons, Both have MeD aatb *- esldences The khlp wa then beaded for the vicinity where the Jeany and jtfek from the wreckage

a operations. acting nndr Chief atiaeer k1 expression of ..PpN'd.t .- more or len I la St. Johns bar and we were met hy Alton made their rescue information A flag made of a place: of reader
say of One of the building damaged and safely 1 I cloth another party put *> a skin
J C. financial aid Dewey received
Meredith arrived la tb% tweea t decUnlag the the tug: Admiral of their recovery was
this was tbat occupied by I the Italia iteut-
city Lte la the evening
City yesterday morning by launch hi-Bon. The landed at Mavport at the office of chief eaglneer' Meredith
C*>. on 12th street does on sad began
kadwelaer Jeanie. ram a
( from Long Key. when b* was located gcntiemen the stock\ Trunk lo )aster"We yesterday afternoon 'r.
t and welts leaked and the work of rewcue Mr Uaaea-
at tile time of the Mora disaster "Am MWaahltoaw Oct. M.ftewell. roof \ were treated royally aboard This make eventy-even men roContinued
contents effected to the extent I .he Oral to be taken *4.
sad andcrew bury was
.. Flat the master
Thursday bringing valuable laforoaUoa obi Miami he steamer Lucas by
5ywpat Mana-
9f several hundred dollars. thanks to I on Page 1. Other rPtIC'U' followed aa raildy: : u
about the damage sasUlned Peters shocked al Bw peofo* dly willbe I end we wish to return
p.Aaheraft state that repair 1. bT aad
If ; -- poasibie. the Jeaa ataadlng
by the' railroad In the Key. aad with MiajBJ'a people. -
me 1 t made at once Budge crossing and rvcroMlag: the path w* *
win fruit Mr Harry sayshey
seeded hauling
7 fig for the ant time accurate aid of Mf bled So 4 that the steamer reacung '

Y are of the casual tie* poMlbl ct'-I' Freak Clark. M. C." A force of workmen the are wreckage engagedtoday boat them was. an Antsrian-Ameriean \I passed all around the wreck 01 had drtf;ed until 11 octets that t

:C These Mr. Kroaie place at IIS "HogK j In clearing away Italian ship aa hasbeen I the steamer 81 Lucle About two Bight
.rf the steeple of the First Methodist liner. and not an ol had 4, of a*. We
follow 8lxty-thr from quarter I E. Miami Fla* Oct. 21. [ Thithurch reported They state feet of her wheel and the same picked up I

a > Pease Ave, Church. which was blown down previously I, boiler are visible. above water someone gives dry clothlag aad food by I
boat o 4; 4t from dredge "Fit Clark.,110O strained' that the name Is spelled lens) I..r.
building, which was also I rained long. pole OB the I Iwrf't'k crew They were eiremtlagtyclerer
C. has a
tee Mikado and D. :
Oyama. k> all Waahhagtos. .
.111 JennieThoM
M.II.-// will be repaired The steeple and not red blanket and kind to a*. We had bees
It
Lower Metacambla. and 2( road y thowaaad dollar will cover .smacks and other boats that I and attached to a I
Railsafrred likely be rebuilt : the object being to mark the Mattered In a radius of sire or all
learner St. Lucle. fff Elliott "'. lose of tea to Miami proper which have damaged. the blow are beingoverhauled i
were
The tree lllbs. etc The barge th mite over the ea and the captaiadid
;s Other thaa the above. a large "j,otfieale teaaioa heavily beta and refitted as rapidly as pot aa dangvron
the storm
Uttered the street, since Is ashore on all he cold to rescue the whole
In low
b rof whom may lave been .W life aid property. Railroad ..1t1a few days all St. Lucle bad
1 net hauled away to the city l possible and \ Irglnla bat he was handicapped by
fuss IB the elllplo of for all swjferlaj. XoThaak are being to ply their'trade Totten Island and the steamer
very suing condition again
road and afflicted by tbe a arm gYM.// *. ota and placed In a pile and burnedquite will be In I' was there this morning Ir) .0.. the darkness and the high .*a*.which
and runs
are engaged -
of men
a large force though considerably abated
beea accoaated for. Joha HewelU Mayor. boat Lady Lou to get It off prevailed i ith
Three In cleaning up the town The glasv-bottom, of I Chief Engineer J. C. Meredith ot We are certala that avaay were
I> some
rndjre* S.VrredMr replacing
"May., had elee- yesterday
Resident of 14th street was out extension left adrift sad hare hope that some
FUu. Oct. XI.at F. E. C. Railway operstions
Krone visited every camp o. "fly "Leeibwrg. for the lenttime the beacons In the bay that had been the
Miami, Fte %*.: I trie light last night returned today at noon. aboard of them were saved a* other boats
I the way ap from Long Key and re- aid? I Jtlaaal, last Wednesday Bight: blown down I "
tine Lotus from a la the neighborhood attemptIng
reader yacht were
yea Weaver
the company
v port but little damage at any of pt si Stale or wallow be lighted tonight The report that Laarle
1 More of the elty11 ; line Me bring n* rescue, but w* bar not hear
them Knights Key Buffered some a/ : .*>, m w bat *.1sympathy ?. PVaae ac night practically son of Mr and > Wf'ld..t .- trip over the
1 and by tomorrow t..1 from that alreadyrelated ,th. revolt
Umber of the people lo In additional news
k'b1 being washed ashore aatxo those *
will have been Weaver. was among
of the all of the service 'We were all stiff and sore Some
I or three boat beached bat BOerloasly > atee m da, aIM the sympathy extension disaster prove a fortunate .
ratted Mate, and re-eaUbUthed It waa reported on Saturday that were bruised and battered oa ,
Injured All other of he friend arriving
raan The various churches of the city error as a strait Tllden Russell of Key Wet. had aa
& PaUtkA; carpenter, who wa
escaped with alight damage Aaower today that be left him the negro
of
except account' Saturday state
last Bight oa h..r.1 otherwise braises
I .er. closed the back by a flying piece of tlm ankle broken bat
that at Lower Met* a mbia when the tTttwavllle will have uninjured IB
** light The service and dle4tFrld.y the most **rto* la-
Gorefwor.MbusO. BO Thursdays storm and cute were *
dredge MaaateeJIIkado "JSAJlroward, that )lr. her during
aid (
yams. next Sunday and the It I* said today Injuries.d -
been restored by from his Juries. Tb* Jennie proceeded t*
with a total of5 IBM aboaru. analasdac "GevoFI all the edifice has postponed his visit to Mlsml. night ..
Oct SI.f. service resumed IB from Homestead. say Key West and then w* were frIsbed
= n-. to make on k report
planned
r which suffered be had

the Flrat Methodist which done to tn.. additional food and ctothlBg
except
PaUttukTU. was
f Not one of the men have been re- pathy, : H. Browsed account of the storm disaster, until that great damage
wrord of syav considerably by the storm Fifteen sad given quarters oa the dredge
ported aced, though there u still I appreciate post IS truck there
Maey with telegram November
Miami I* flooded about boar aatll last sight. whet wewere |
Mate and aattoakaaaka of water. tell la eight Cramp.
+ hope for' tome and eves all of them a,. both from about relative Mean Frank T. and H. C. Badgerturned inches
fcavtag beet reK1N'C. for year oaTer of aid. aid letter Inquiring morning from the former and the count U flooded The rat her*. Or experVeac was]
seat, frtenda whom they fear mayhave this and other adewribabl l the
awful *
nerd and blocked" by tree pro
(Lta.ttk. Orrr-Fawirated (oyes glad to **ate that use suffered In the "orm. place at Totten Key Bear Ceaaar' road are "

IB peaking of toe casualties irKrone Ham's i-iffy ypassd dollar, WfU their live on Creek where they weN: Saturday obstruction term for It taieal
Among those losing to Hatea to the Soar few of the men were
.i Mate that it Is ft damages to Miami proper and water for the It I. lalerevtlag
a I. Then.aa
: remarkable soe W. 0 wtb provisions
bearfl. both qaarterboat No 4, was 1'11. of some o' the .local to the railroad hospital her bat the l
fret that practically even .urvlv- (wad I e iet>a oa toat a sign family occupying the premlae experience
for a number of yean In of them were able to circulate|
RD- Not one man mot
sufferer
life asd propertr. washed! awaiaad storm
skilled of
w. was a m..te or laborer ad He was serving dock they report
all la this city long stood what the streets. Eager and IBU
of painter have about
could
;
'b De stor Icworsat of II1.1 Class. b*. 1 are> takjMit rare stationary englaeer the property oa laud. damaged a tboaaaad
a I* the extension u a to ban sated crowds sm'berd wb**_ ft
:: aid aeeded. Aga of them claim gone
\. .- den>o ll.ed pr.ette.ly: X* The family wacaped: by taking refogtunder some
.. fob'bent with stopped or related their xprtj*
used through
"' ,," \ 1rwlta Scwt IL Mayne"e It U stated by survivor of quarter a heavy tram ear




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not nave upset things, or made oux stock look any worse than after Saturday's great business. ';

We were fairlyswamp d with custo rs; we waited on all we could. The majority of them

waited on themselves. We don't tafo much credit for this great business, because any ;

one can sell more goods than they an turn out when they are selling at such

. prices as we are now giving. Think of 15 and $18 suits at $7. Clapp ,

6 and $7 shoes at 4.50. Jno. B\Stetsod and Knox hats at $3.

Young Bros. 3.00 and 3.5Ttats( for $1.00, etc., etc. ?



Sale Closes Saturday\November 3rdY





Remember cash and cash only goes at these prices, no goods charged to anyone t




Paragon Pants at $$4.50 Your choice of most anysuit ys Suits 6 Knee Pants


$(n 00.( $7.00 and $"* 00 Paragon pair, the finest orAand( $}.00 Uvs suits a line 9 90
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in store t at 00 at\U o tit a hurry at -.p G-
on faith W e iwve I often s"Ii.tbese iu our salesIK our $1. t h h
l fore ht 5.35. 550, l'fl't thisprice boys suits worth $5.00
then are more than cheap Our h4tter, for. . .. ,.. .. . .$3.9 0
After last weeks big selling we have but few left and 6.1Boys
for the man who wants a strictly $$45 in sizes 35, 36, 37 and 3d, plenty in sizes 33, 34, +
high piade piMa ... .. .. .... 40;42 and 44. When you know these were $15 Kn e Pants at 55c, 90 cents and $1.25 ;
and $18 suits and Alfred &
mostly
Benjamin
divided 1 stock into 3 prices,
our large
Company make, can see how cheap the priceVe have
One l line ut meus pants worth up frl A A you bell
o $255 a p.iir. A* a leader sale) ...........pl.UU 55c, 90c a d 1.25; about the cheapest You we: evr
ts and the best at 2.00. can see
ST.OO i is Rn e5c p
what ng you can make by buying now. ,
a say
Dayton Shoes I' Caps, 50 cents

The famous Dayton One lot of 75, 1.00 and 8 Tuxedo Suits worth $35.00, sizes 17 C A EDWIN CLAPP
Railroad shoes, worth 1.50 caps. You can take 33 to 38, to be sold during this sale at .O\J
1.75 and $3, sale only your choice, this sale

2.45 i SOc Shirts to be Closed Out SHOES

t Edwin Clapp $6 00 and $7.00shoes. '
;Mot( any shirt in our store to be closed Out at 85c One line bargain -
J B Stetson KnoxHats t big on our
no. or When yon know that nearly all of these are $1.25 counter close I out. Clapp. ':
a':d $150 1. sellers and quite a few shoes hare advanced in
Your choice o' mast any J no. B. Stet n or Knox Manhattan V 00 and 2.50 shirts you 85c I[beat the band and after this
hat in our store. This is f Ir 1 less than manuhccanl appreciate how I low the price..e [small 1 lot is sold all Edwin
turers cost! of them; if we could buy {
31app) Shoes po to $6, 7 and $8 ;
a full line at thi-t figure we would 3 00' '
SuitCases I A Discount of
put every dollar we had into hats. .

One line of $2.00 and 10 per cent $zL.5 O

$2.50 Young: : Bros. $3 $18.00 goods for $14.40 I given on everythinginourOocknotadver ';
$12.00 goods for 9.60 -- -
and $3 50 Hats. This
rtnient of l Diamond> BrAnd ,
lot the 8.00 goods for 5.60 i (One broken '
affair
is badly
a job
tised 2 for 25ccollars. .
5.00 goods for 3.95 except f.lr )I. *+ than mfr O
reason the price is soABSURDELY I I j 00) SI'J"1 + ,i 95
LOW.; (\""ff" a, 3.50 goods for 2.80 'I co..t, but we want to ('1_.in""I''| rviiyp.iir t w J

S1.OOBig 'J ,, Our entire line 01! Childrens Shoes to One close line of at.men's. .. .$.2.| ;. .i<.ml i'JOi:},, ').vh.fs. :: .1.95 'I;i

line of men's50d NECKWEAR and oxfords all and nxfitnis! With tip' to Jj.l. i i
go at a. big cut.One line ladies *b'' hick suede, tan and white 1 1I
We hate these' .
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Hose and at 35 75c cents.Half ;I I!, tiesr 5.0c,75c this and sale .35c.95c 1.00 for 1.25 and 1 35 !sellers.. . .. .. .95c canvHs.new goods All 1. are. .f lm\\ .fitters. ..and. .almost.).' .. 1 .OCOne ik'

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1 1.25ror 1.50 and 1.75 seller 1.25 3501 ladies shows 1
II! 1.00 line of 3.00 and! . . . 1 1.95 :',
3 f for $1 00 !i 3 for f $1 1.45: for 2.00, 2.50 and 3.00 sellers . 1.45 and oxfords!, to closeH at. ;


t Railroad and Mechanics rand Overalls, worth Scriven Elastic Seam drawers, no 50 grade, are Genuine of Su genders worth 50 cents to i:.
75 cents and $1.00, (only 3 to one I worth 75 cents and $1.00 (only 3 75 cents (only 1 to a customer) 40 c ;if
customer) sale price... .. . . 60 c each customer) sale price ,.. . 6 0 C Sale price. . . . . . .
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Our Stock is too large to give every cut price. But if you w nt to save :J Ja

few of your dollars at our expense, this is your grand o] lortunity.lES :;':

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Everything ''i Furniture, carpets, rugs, mattings, and :




kitchen utensils of every description z.





For the House our the It is price the goods quality that popular.make and I Frank T. Bud ge the It is price the quality that make and


Twelfth Street our goods popular. ti
Miami. Florida

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| The horn of Mr and Mr*, Leo Mr A T. Pearce ana \ 1 Kelley '
.J '-- nard Alburv; .1&1 made happy on t'n. who have been employed bv 8. FOLKS
day laat by the arrival of a little *on. J 8111b" Compan for i..trral i THE OLD ( AT HOMEMR ;

I years have resigned their positions

LL. I lIersollal lcu:s 410ftS Dr. J. B, Screven 1* now able to i with the company and have tormed

be at his drug store, and U overseeing a partnership under the name or'' Are Never Without
the business a* usual.although Pearce ft, Kelley, and are carryti... I I Pe-ru-na in the Home
he I I. till weak His many friend on a wholetale fruit confectioneryand I

.. hope that he will\ hate no more attacks produce bu lceb" In JacksonvilleThey for Catarrhal Diseases
,I of paralysis. but enjoy better cater strictly|' to c,U and southern I rI
Mr K H Green. traveling for D. Mr and Mr U T. bapp have returned health from now onMr trade They will |iy jou a 1(001''
Jones {'o.. shirt dealer, of SeWTork trout a trip of a wee up the I ,, price for early fruits and vegetable I I a' y1 r. T T '

li In the city tb,. week .toast Mr Sapp going toSt. augur I *. J. K Lummu and daughter" I .-a, t-. yiarhl end.R .
tine and his wife to Tltul:le.
Elizabeth returned home this mornIng lleparlug Smirk Annie i + eM'"
Mr and Mr A. B Cutler. of Lent from Arcadia. La.. where thehave "'
Mr. and Mr L R. LaBree leaveon The schooner smirk .Annie. o'o..dby
t on Cm have returned to their horn spent the summer" lih the former .
err' \.on iato male. their home Clark 4 .erock. whit !3 was In I II
after ending a part of the umme, < > parent Elizabeth silo has
,
in D.inla, Mrs Pine to have chart.. ''I ;I the -<''rt atom on 'he oA"r e, ,t
In the north b..n
II'
xerloutU U mach
of the Lalree house o.i lib .......1. Improved; th.' mans of a hit tt w pre nit a ito >
hough ktlil seat and showing theleffer
cave the rrlrt, ; l Is tow 1..I..jt "
r --- I| |I"npired
Mm C H J flogers of Euctl.. t of her pro,tr..Lun
n J'tm.a Miller, i well kn isO knight _____ fir rel'tll:, :; 'I I he. r.nI in 1'I' ?
,'
it h. granddaughter' Mr ; I '' ; {
rlatttrg -r I ,. .
bel
l.lIt d ?
of Ut. grip repre- tin< the hum're |prep i ":to ai' m : y. 9MrJTtleorle 'f
J A I nsseter" and will probably wt.i "t and IIT; lire t'0. .si !hll.l'.h'', Mr! John >< "f'n I and two uir.s.ma pfd a,1, rleE"(1: th i., ill. a.' rl t
r remain for j good part 01 the wmtellj nt.al lt the city. and vlll t... neieA >tt'rII Jofkanrt Cr >ner. ann have unln)'.ir1 nheral.al I '?. 0. .I,'
V ,'I.d I dtiMi. I IVutitj he'n spenrtlrg: the pisi thret.' mo .thr bark to the tithli( aouadIn'ak 1- t
Aetna dynamite and supplies for I more with r<..U #
.
sale by Lure m us ., Swell.Mr to loan on improved property Attatil) Ga. let, that glare\ \ t for i>f loiin '
Miami Eurnwe they will top t o"-r
0 8. Amaden. Cocoanut Grove, I .\ prnmii ant resld>'nt n i Jr'd! a ? I' t
| lrSD e
;a b T. Scott and two ton are -- ,,Mi-ami I I freak of the morm The vtrd'l -">'n 4.
Foxe.
j nor Incited a' the Southern f tr th* Mr Juatln Hal!. bo Is DOW in i I,i the north"t kro<-l>..<\ his! residence ,

*, winter The-! hmie h In PlttsburKt Homestead, has I leased one >l hi* i|i If you are going to pay out your Ht least fifteen dgrte out o! |,lurut, in )
; bu' the here pent the lat throe totiaiEfg on llth street to Mr ana good money for a machine why not It wa* "ipparentl!) ruined and In i ;
.3 winter In Miami :'olr..b.... of Cleveland II. silo get the belt. Other make are good manner ready to fill. bit the blow .. sp

A + i have been redding In Cu ler |,b"e we claim for the STANDARD all from thnorthw>.dt ptraush l'U.ti It s, t
Vr 1 .*. lotllt'as. father of Mead. t 1' the good qualities of others and many again and .o far III he cm ascertain :
( : i'''PI; \\hltnall \ P. Gore and Mrlctor Walker of rit! burh. additional One*. If you really want ''It Is now ai good and !rong: all ever" I i int y
tti> zrle \\ h"rlon of JarXfontllle. sur P" ho has tern on the txtenslti.riori the bent machine male cal on n* '' :\: a door in It jima or will rot i iTlrs
praed: Item In coming 10 Miami last ?. the reviled men to re open and rare with w
ease
or let ni call on you and we will! tell Ma.pdaleda
r ght. ard will probably make bis tarn to Miami on Saturday and sea bout them o ;
--
borne here h I I''pto ri-liexe his anxious Irleo<1. i I

of fan safetv Mr (.'hafle(1 f;;van* father orMr <"*|i*. :Miyrr* l-nroute: Home H D. ross, us H. E. cm; stt.et, "I Cad thai In my cue Peraaa, 1. ftfleeh :t.

1 yoa want fertiliser. consult J. E ,j *. \ H. Adams. died Saturday at- Cjpt George M" "<. who sent hD D.apolu. Minn. wrltea builder I am Bow at work every '..
Lnmrnni ]| Order a cue or soft JrUka deliveredor north earl' In th. to I wish to
agen for the old reliable ternoon at hid home In !Sanford if. IIl1nJm"r. purchase congratulate TOO oa TOOT dayandhavecalsd ,';.
Bradley rood t shipped to you by tie Miami Bolt tar a long Illne :Mrdim! ,. whoWRI a new ploamire" pnrt\ b,,,,t for medicine, reruns 1 have been a luffettrwlth WI1 ID Irn pounds. I took ,
w I dug Work, ).(flL. Miami. FU.V vummored earl'er In the week oJ>t'ra'lo'1 In local wat-r. his reached catarrh of ii. stomach forover 10 IBS. 11 your Pvrana accord a
Southport. S C. on his way Dame two but since 1 have WEIGHTUsn ,
with yean commenced ingtodirertioa.and
Little Miss Vv Pettvg. of Jack was him at death She l ii expected I
and will be here within he next "l to take Use
eonvllle. l\visiting her grandmother Mr B D. Mcllvalne proprietor of to return home tomorrow your reaoll wa more
week or ten day It i I. not known ACOOO remedy I ha,. t-. 1 expected.
y Mr*. L K llllamvin on AvenueC the Mcllvalne Bihing fleet operating Mr Evans v a* very aged and a
what boat he has but It I I. believedto WORD rM .Uadl11lmproml "I eaa BOW breathe
It I I. a happy event in the Wtl- from this port ha* arrived In the prominent Confederate veteran with ew, aal
be the, Cocoon that was here the ft-KV-NX ..U1 I also eoagh I #
now eaa safely my topped 1 bad II foe
llimnon home when little May. tbe city from hi* home at Tampa end M
past two season. and. which It I* one -J I feet six mouths before
of took
The people who spent the say DO snore dews with tie
only grandchild favor them with aTlaju will remain throughout the seas: >tii, summer
giving his attention to h'. fleet anti awry from Miami are fait returning of the beat boat of the kind ever ; ny old trvable and a* a mailer of grip
t bail net* here. ft their winter home*. and the majority coming to these water. eoarae I will always bare good word "I took ao otber nedlelae but Pvnn 7

Mr. W. O. C.oate returned ot> are glad to be In the Magic Clt, I low "n.u. sad aoronplUhed all. Toe told ... +
oth-er '1 FOR K4LK f again Mr. E Waddell and lit-i: The Burdlne A, Quartermin dry "I reoommend It to ah my friend.1 la your flit letter Ulal Pees a. wou
Twenty acre of the bet "r: t- tie daughter Dorothy returned tbl*I good and millinery eitabllahment Mr. Magdalena Wlnkl, Bovte 4, me and It baa."lamseTtaly +
ba. pent the entire summer *e*.on. ''table land on Black Point prune. morning acompanled by Mr Waddell which I was at first believed to have I Wetnaluter Md, wrttM .three year.old>ad eta a
H* baa Improved considerably In between Cutler and Homestead ready who had gone north to meetthem been severely Injured I Is practically I I "I thank attend to my work and bwiMM *
health and for cultivation and the rrllroid and accompanv the mhome rr8.Wadden yoa very much for your ad- sand" I'
hat gained the much need near undamaged only a very small part (I nee. 1
""t. I Price 13S 00 per acre. Term. and Miss Dorothy have spent nrile holla of doth hetnr ..tuintmined .. ..._. _can-aI.I,sav that. Pcrana lad )Ira. TheoM UlkkiUna Hr1._"..,. ,i
II I hulf cub and the tit lance IB one a part of the summer In the mountains The- firm- I.-I happv-- --q-to be- abl--" ,', KIIII acre sane my we.When ''CU.Ciah.wrltel: n- -ci

Ruby Later returned Ian year Lock box 15 Bradentown. I of North Carolina later goingto to relieve the friend who were fearIng 1 wrote to row tbe flnt ttme "I wlab to thank vow (or all the good
from Hot Spring,. Ark.. when Florida I Boston. the entire 'nrk was gone I, asking your advice mr eondltton was I Pecans has dons me I sm ottrelyfre, i i
vpent the last two months I 10 poor that did not f" """' 'n i
from thecongh which
t 1 ....IU 1 seed lo bother B>eso

In Inbefore)'Tateete of with Bartow,her Mr and sI8t..r-10-la..sill Later visit there earn Mr. am the perfectly winter:but healthy now i I I| rt-RU-NX- TOR- I Hon"My much, and kldnev every 1 winter feel are ales! In good eoadl- 2. a

returning to Miami I caaaol praise your stranger and better Gltf o:.,

,.* fertilizers are the best I 1: medlclae." enough and I recommend II toothers. allover five the For credit all theseI lo Pt C1tDI1.RIt NJl ftC i

by J. II:. Lammaa. Miami T. T Marklasd. a _knowa bad your excellent medl '.
Be mall of Cincinnati O. writ*. from I cine, Peraaa 1 am pltd to revom

A. ft Gladwtn s brother ot RIO Wn"-"nn.e tea_ as followtjI '-- .- ,..:;,
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i eipected: on, Tuesday next: a* I* I I noel i ard II..yI OB '11
et alajwred
t his custom to spend the winter with I All of the boat yardf along the Mr. T. J. Peter, one of the largest r':
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bl. brother In Titutrim and at Miami" ,
$_, : river and bay are being taxed to truck gr His stay here, we presume Sale ,their ;
grate capacity In who I
F Big repairing largely Interested In Cane culture -
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greatly upon how tilt bontii
a ( damaged
by the late norm at Oulne. Cuba, stated today
flh bite. *i he H an ardent deaclple The I,
to Sir mask Waltoa.Ttta.YlU. : most of the craft are not .erlnuil that he I I. satisfied no damage was -x
Advocate ') injured bat limply need over done to his Cuban crop by the recent .'i
: henling: and attentlou to their engine hurricane tbat visited the 'Ulaod Ht ,'1..

Mr. *' ba* SUV acre la cane; water doe. ".}
t Rlggln and wife of Morenead. ,.
N C. iave arrived In the city and 1 not hurt It and It wa not of tuft '.:;

t,; will spend the winter here Mr. IIggins The seine :;other net together'lent height to be materially effected
I :, by thud. Mr Peter will &'
I* owner of the fishing smack with Ibe boat thrt wa washed up on not return
t Gertrude" and will operate her from | the rc-ach at Cape Florida when the ,' to Cuba on'11 about December 1. lemalnlng I ,

11 t bare thus season. shipping her ritrhe I houseboat and ale men went adrift her to 'ook after his track- '*
k direct to the northern market At !: st ThursdllY morning having been |,lug Interests In Dd County. '.c

prevent they are guests at the HlnMn brought over to the dock of the riot ,1
P Nmiea da f'lOb i and Produce (ompuny. o\\ ner : ".\Iliitator Jar m !Sufferer ',/

and *"* ho'ng repainted The U-rren rr'ree. bete, ItIl0W"0;;
Damaged.DryGoods "ont In cot wrlomljr damaged and "t'! !_'tor Joe."was oie of the dorm *

The Delineator 'he .ut< uninjured. though full of Irirt' weld, etc I I"rte: null'on and .-\n !' l.tn hall ..r Jlh .
pl.-c.u I I ,> the rho r T hit. w.s' \Cl:

p McClures P'oUt' nn the fi-tn 'In TVir5 co-n hloi.n own. hut J,ie I In |In.e.... Magazine v l f. 'o npnrlH' vi'f thing: tb 'h_ L.1f-h'-, ',..tr' frl ? -'e j i
'DO'' !ln:"nr .nt need not fall If the ro fill .inl
name Tmont of labor and Tlanlng house larger and .'r"n"'t It.-t i LJ
Worlds WorkAll l 1n enp"'nded on the o'l In thN e.'_ tlrJe) e de.froyd H,. \\t g: 'tl\\. < ,J-
"or- that t III rut In the rronnd 1'1'' nice r'r l rg" rftment nl g'r' i1 i
: Indians' or I'llnol ,the nroft of .arh or.. rn-codlli and .titter rrl|>tile. a' l ::
three of the above irre will\ how. that ten nrr. n
,, .. ",lna!>l.. ..-.inn- .. ._,,._.. _. .t.. ..-... .. j I I winter well worth their money :::
Magazines for 1 year e \tike are there no many failure I
here them Bersn.e thtre I I. too '
much gambling done. A man with 'THE RACKET STORE
l ; tlflO will put In three. to five *ere*
$3.00 "if tomatoes and eipect to elearII
.!M>fl on It. lie ha* been *o lure Dealers In 11}"
"that h- will malt a big crop and get
Regular price (6 > good price for It that be will not Department Stare Gods
limit anvthlng else He buy the
'*..1\ for the hor_ cad canned goods
'00 the family because 't tike menu :

Tmh time. end some one bee told
,"iln '*nf r"> rant ral*- anything 12 Qt. Covered Slop .:
heat the time when he sho'lid beutt'nr
In n gird"n for the hone Pail 1t
ax f tio xhoiiM have a crop of toma- ;
f NOW ON AT (. bo will h-'ttl a loud of tomatoes .;
'o linen and T load of hv for the '

xorse lurk home" again: There I la the }
putt he tire* not save the thing
I Have for a Short Time here are to save Hay can he had I
rf nr the ruttlrt! and one crop sll:I pay .{
t.r ill th" mash lery that l in needed!
5 of the best bargains I i '0 nut it nn .. i'h Get a :\fCl'rI" 4 iCis.I .

"''V no.rInti a nay \\\rw and I| I
in real estate Burdine i kP. m"irh of the hay that will .
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Quarterman t! tale fr'nn 'h-, r'. op lifter' the toma- When you want anything: to ;:

t. to Dais Gtwr.t)'. P-Inre privtte '",,.> ,are ;i>''here a* was male frump furnish your kitchen we have :.

it. and at the lowest prices.
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C. C. Carroll ', ..- t' 'td t..v. niun rernng* In t

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Zit ftrnt P. Nth I ," ,< 01 it \W. H. Chaille & Son

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Lift of Orange and Grapefruit Groves For Sale are la bearing; the Interne from this alone was IS.100 The hone It two story, with 7 large rooms plaiteredthroughout -4
last picking This year there 1* estimated to be SOOO baa a barn etc Price II i.OO' ..b. ,
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No. 1.-TbU Ii a eo acre tract. II of which to planted bout of grapefruit averag price IS 00. The other !.- No. II.--Coatalaa 10 acre with 7 acres plaated la 4
; IB crap frill sad ...,1, II beariag Fear thoucaad dollar proTementt are aa follow: one five room realdence. ole grave, la good location and very reasonable at II.000 .
,. worth of fruit ... chipped from this grove toat year 14x40 packing house the Brat story being of native No. 17*.-Beaitlfil country house oa the famous :. ";
k This I. a rood InveetBieat and muet be told to cattle up tone and the second wood This house U equippedwith Miami-Palm Beach roek road This plaee ha. I 1-1

I ID eut. Price III.199. term one-half eah. balance everything aeceaaary for packing the fruit aach at aerea all planted la 0...... Mango. Avaeado Peara. r
; IB two and three year at I per real Interact OB deferredMrnMBta. alien bins etc It also has a house for the laborer Grapefruit Plaeapplea. windmill\ and taak 4 cottage 'J.!

The property to only three Bailee from the and a barn. This la a Brat class property and a bargain for help one large country house containing t large -:
City of lilt ml and food hard rock road Iced to the Price 111.100. term eaabNo and well arranged room Barn ISxSO. etc Price I l'
w place 11.000 ,
10.-SO acre within easy distance of Miami .
No 18.-1* acre at ...,kllll. eight mile couth of \
from houaeIB
No. I.-n.e tern three mile the court eight acre In grove coatalnlng 1000 treea In grapefruitand 1
Miami. A hard rock road lead to this property orall"",.. betide pineapple and other frulta This Miami on mala rock road contain 500 grapefruit aadorange ;
This U the cheapest place we have when we consider season one solid car of grapefruit was chipped from treea one alt room cottage, barn etc. PrIce c,

It. Income OB this property there are 100 citrus tree, this grove, the fruit being picked from only 2J1 tree, IJ.SOO.00No ..
; consisting of lines lemon. oranges, grapefruit, tangerine the fruit brought IS.UO per box This crop will be If.-ISO acre In famous Coroaant Grove section :-
*, maaderinea. guava.:*pecani and mangoes 100 banana picked during December of this year The other Im- II acre cleared, 110 orange and grapefruit tree .

and avarado pear tree, the moat la bearing 'ibetitrn provementa In this place are a three room cottage. viable, One ( room house and oars: Price 110.000.
1 tree all la at this moment and will No. SO.-4 u,.. one mile couth of Cocoaaut Grove
are bearing packing house and the grove la fenced all the improvemeats
contalna >0 grapefruit tree. 102 choice varieties of
pay a handsome interest oa the laTMtmeat PriceS are In good condition 12 acrea of good UI'I"table
| .(00, one-half cash balance la one year at I per cent land suitable for ralalrg. early and late crops orange, beginning to bear, county rock on one aide
Interest on deferred payment. goes with this tract The age of the grove range from overlooking bay on other A bargain at 12200No ;
: 21.-MO acre. 10 planted In grove of grapefruit rand
three to eight years, five ac,.. being between seven and
No I.-Seven acres three roller urn toe court house orange Income estimated to be this year I1SVO. ; a
Price 111,000
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ta this city OB rock road Thlr property Ii la good yeara Price 81 1.000. half
cash''
condition and has ISO grapefruit tr'et'I. three year old. No IS.-Ten acre of pineapple and grapefruit facingthe
will bear next year, 75 avocado peara. and three varle- famous Miami-Palm Beach paved road. It also bat
tI.. of crape. bearing. some of the Tine being two a good view of Biscayne Bay The pineapple will bear HOMEHTKAm FOR KALE rs

yean old. Price IS.OVO. half eaah OB this property this year and will pay a handaome interest on your No.22.-171.7* acre in the Homestead country. this
there I* a hone la lair condition a bar and hen bonceNo money invested. by that we mean from 26 per cent to property hat a two room bonce barn etc.. about two
36 cent Price 111,00VNo .
S 4.-18 acre along the bank of Little Hirer ThUproperty per acres cleared aDd planted Land la about weaty-fiv i:
14.-t'ort Kr('.. This grove I I. la the Indian mile couth of Miami. Price 11100 caahNo '
I has VOO feet of river front and 1* an Ideal apot ;.
River district and hat 2S acre under cultivation, 15
The price I I. 14.000 caah Good hard rock road lead 21.-40 acre eight mile from Miami no Improvement ..
of this tract out .
acre was planted tweaty year agot .
out from Miami to this place, a distance of five mllea.So *. This tract I I. In a rapidly growing section
and la one of the finest grove In that aectlon 10 acre
I.-Ten acre<< one and three-fourth mile frou.the of the twenty-flve was planted out four year ago This the land being suitable to the growing of vegetable, r:
city of Miami oa the famous Orange Glade rock year thirty hundred boxes of oranges from this placesold pineapples and citrus fruit Price 1(10 eaahNo ',!'

road Hero I I' the Hat: 1,471 tree*. ceo will bear this on the tree for IS.SOO end the yield of this crop 24.-ISO acre In the Homestead section, on this ;
year 10 next year; CO grapefruit tree baring 104) mill be 5.000 boxea The owner has moved to this city place la a house Kx2, three acre' are planted la citrus ;
will bear la the tail 100 next; 100 orange bearing. and engaged In business, otherwise he would not at 11. fruit Price 11000 caihNo :

100 will bear In the fall. 200 budding stock: 50 avacadu This place: pears; Zi mango trett Price ".500. half cash balance mile. south of Miami. three '
: IS.-Eight acre In grove. consisting chiefly of acrea la grove Umber oa .
a IB one yearNo grapefruit and orangea It la estimated l-i.t there will the place I I. worth ISOO Price 11490No I '

7.-One hundred and seven acre. XI of which U be between SOO and 1200 boles of fruit from this grove : ; 2(.-1(0 acres one mile from city limit ot "r'-
planted la vitro fruit %Ne believe that this I* about this year This I* a gentleman home and has all the Miami on good rock road. This land to located In the ;:

at good a* can be found la this section for the money convenience that la neceaaary for comfort. The property Orange Glade district SO acre In grove, has a small (
This property has oa Jt 1.000 fruit tree*. 1,000 of whlca la on Biacayne Bay, has all right and prli liege*. house on the premise Price 111SOO


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.,a I J Homestead. Oct 22 Keporta, from A Word of i

every section of the Homestead country

are that the norm which aruck

here laat Thursday, moving about 2
o'dock. and lasting until after S lathe

afternoon wa the moat disastrous -

known. In Ita hlatory The
<. mind aid rain at times was a whirlIng -

V teething sheet and the air wa WisdomrY
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filled ..lih riln< debri .

..1 It catue Brat from the eaat. shifting
entirely to the wet by two o clock.
At 12..0 a. m It was raging In all its 4,

..,' 0 fury and appeared a* If this section IF YOU INTEND TO BCT a realdetilot time waiting U you live la Rlvertlde -
of the country wa doomed to destruction -

: : YT7 tap '\ 1CA At that time the water In Miami BOW I* the Urn. .
y on the ground was a run'nj' sea,
; earning drift leave and dl>rii before When you can get a lot SOxlSO DO YOU KNOW that nearly all the

'1 I It.Practically. 'I feet la five block of the posts hoaae are two torte! and built t...
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all the larger fruit tree
are blown over or ent'rt.iv uprooioo. office with dry water sewerage. of tone, and that no other kind!

kDDLAI ert 4 ..j I tomato and other vegetable crops electric lights, paved atreettand I will be bulK over there! et
1' : : I If ruined houses and outbuilding torn

from their. foundation, m einunroofed aa electric ear Uae at youi DO YOU KNOW that no other lots


1'a.'.1; 1A ft 's r at 1 t t The destruction of the pine 'Iciber door, for the ram of I7SO. oa the same distance from the a

I I. very ..rea.. on come ,.. .- <1scomparatively '
will the
:' easy pavmenta. you alas pottofflc toward the depot earn
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all the Urn timber! U
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."." down The whole coin rv iron the nportualty of :your lilt If youoat be boaght for .less thaa It......
Everglade was flooded water being'
OD a levelt'>'a eight 11. b.* to three buy M. DO TaU KNOW that we have BO

rLORt A 4 feet OCR LOTS have new all the above hammock land to eat oft the
f ora D After tM wind shifted In the north-
DAY wet the water r se rapt lly and the I aaaed Improvements except the ocean and river breere* .y

supposition .. 'hit: I I. ass l 1.\0.\ wn b)
running of cart which wilt\ be DO YOU KNOW lafor the above .i
the .
strong wind froir the lv a
a It I I. utmost IncrH.b: that m done a* lOOn aa the cable la laid ravens we have no mosquitoes '
much water could have fallen in II.,-
!,ngth of time \-> lives were I lest across the river when we willpoaltlvely I la summer* ;

Hundred -hclo.JII: I
drowned
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The wa'er rah.> up In many
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.\0'j houses and the 1'0\.1. were lmp.i! ".4.I" all lots eat potion/ of :Miami!
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caused by the falling tree Everyone
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... l' hit gone to work with a nil '0 have SO IF YOU intend to buy you bad DO YOU KNOW that we control

:) r'idr= them removed Within few Jay. tile better lake our word for It. Do all the desirable. river fronts fort
rrAi farmer mill neg'a their rel l.enthg

'-I and general repalHngegetable you know that there are more "o mile up the river aad thai

\" and frut tree can beero.lI
again In a few month or' than 200 Iota already told to the It la our Intention to wall la part

fjJ'jl i yeara but another generation *M best citizens of Miami! of the same at aa early date?
not ee the valuable pine restoredMr

The BUck Pot Indicate Long; Key, Where the Storm .Hit Hardest and Mr*. Jnnim T Iggintuu. DO YOU KNOW: that our bridge la DO YOU KNOW that we have s snearly
were made happy by the arrival of a
r baby girl In their home Wednesday.Mother twice aa broad* the Avenue d fine lilt of
HOMESTEAD HAPTEM>GSMacfa lag rapidly and we have reason to an Impoaalblllty to get workmen of orange groves dry
: tad daughter are doing well D bridge ao Hut the
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hope that a new organ will be put any klad reelcar
M Mr Roy of residence and all other
Young Miami I I. visIting klada of
BailMltMl Going es 'DM'H- chased by Christmas for the Red- All the farmer* are busy and the and two
wagon at
r his iliter Mr*. L. H. O. SJo- may pass .
Mill Caat tapflyHomewead. ......... land school building where union health of the community unexcelled trom. real Mate to select what ;
services are held monthly It being a bottt that ..e need ao doctor the aame time! :701 ar

'If1'; Oct. 1. -Mra. Frank )Ir. F )I. Spencer has the rock ; there being none within ten --- DO YOU KNOW that air bridge loI I want from
-i.. Kanan. who own a homestead here. blasted and will add another hundred mile When your business become to
returned last Friday to Cocoanut citrus fruit tree* to his beautiful i The aaw mill are running: on full wane and you can't understand the not turned twice a day while. IF YOU DO NOT KNOW all these
Grow, held old home grove In which are a great variety of time and can not half supply The d.. reason sift to the bottom and yon
t Mra. M A. McCrae. of JackaonvUle.' tropical fruit tree and planta.among wand for lumber for new houses ass will find that the trouble I. In your Avenue D I I. open nearly half things. come to our office aad let '

the week end with Mr.P avocado great many homesteader are compelled advertising You are either not advertising -
J' to spending them being ma.. pears, the time, ao that love fk
to Into the little at all, else ad Itco you BO It inow you
and Mr*. Dan Robert she being Mra banana, green ginger Jamaica aor- move log cottages or your
Roberta grandmother eel and arrow-root to prevent them toeing the lib 111 arranged and displayed that It
P The beautiful clock: donated by )Ir.f mODI h.' limit of the law to take possession does not catch the public eye A_ '
Contractor Simpson will. la a few of their land ad. to the
Thomas Brewer make a uaeful aodlttom accomplish purpoee for
to cur school room and I* day, turn over to !Mr\ *. Finch her Mia )Miller the popular whool which It I* published must have I'

f.. very much appreciated by the teacher new house Into which the will mpveImmediately teacher. la at present topping with come life about It. It mutt be a J.H.Tatum&Co. -

and children. Mra. Myera story that will interest and Instructthe

't ''I Our school to progressing nicely I Labor la la great demand la the The F E. C. Railway has one hundred reader When this 1* done :youi I y

" TM voluntary organ find to grt w- Homettead country, It being almost and alxty carloada of rail at business I* a winner.







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I 1 he Professions Modem }Woman I Continued-from Page 3 'I 11IIIII /

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I ,fur known hate Ix,..n r> -<'inl from ,
I I h. quart-limit: 4 .m.l the .'niclneets
Counting thew SJI Pressen." .till| t-ntiriun 'h., l h..I1.! thai

UV Some Women Are Poor I .thtrn hats. born a \td ind sill )I.. I, School Shoes i
P.\TTEH C IX & I.liWIN: hard trotuMFT ;
and Down In the World May I

Attorncy.At.Law.Wit' Be Resealed Glance .\llilllllKTIMs:
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n. LanA T li usual .
One morning f'.rl1.fOlD' u An Associated I'r.sn dl'pi't h from
I' 0 "OXO-: HUMI FLA I downtown In a New York "L" tram :\.... \ork to Hie MetropolS al i I

it struck my fancy to count rbe nuin I clock this afternoon says .
& I. CHAFC& The able survivor of ihir > -thre*:
OIL her of wooi ii I MW loaning upon
: men who vent adrift on a barge from
their elbow and b B4ta< Idly out of
Lower Meiacumbie Ke ', Florida II.
> Burdine'sW. !
DENTIST.O
; wlDdow alone tie route The dttance .- a norm last Thursday. was brought

i. Wauon ..,,14'.rConr was bet.reen all aid sera Into port today by the steamer t..
..11f's. the thus of the route' orvupkej Paso ilIa name 1* John Russell ot
ATMM D..d Utfc sirretVI
partly by b>> -lneM houses, partly by Salem Taylor Count. Fla and was

AMI. FLOIRDA apartment booM and teDemeota. It picked up from wreckage In the gull : ,
stream Russell declare that he ,
saw
hour when huw-
was at an e ry t 3
r. ATH580H would 1 he other thlrly-t men drown and
.J tie keeper andrery girl naturally ,
believes all when the
perished barge -
dooMettc affair
I be busy either with or
ATTORNEY AT LAW. eomechlng .Iooe. Well, there were Btty foundered:' i..'
From the above It Is evident Ku.s .
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laian MMictts flvsa c r araBeia four of tt.Id.Ie creature' along one
Hft a..al.s000.1 P.bUe is Olsen.Owe. Titles.MIAMI aide of the etreet I omitted those who e-1l was one of the forty-flve men We better for the wants of school
S SISry I. ....ell laUdl. were minding chUdrvn and Ute one reported to hate gone' to sea onthree are prepared i ',
houseboats from that placevhlch
f; FLORIDA that were ive41ng ovwupapen, M a*
broke their moorings at Lower
'; to be quite fair The women looked \ '
Metacvmble Key. j

: GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist roiled untidy; up ant:Many nxwrly of them bad their had not aJt>even oo .. boys and school girls in shoes

combed their gummy toanted hair that
: orntni :& "l"ltA: Many Attraciive Rates
*. M. ns-o r MOFFICE lu >rnla '. Tit they thus bad time oo .
: -To.slrv ..iVd, r their h.iniU Ito buru" ATExtremely
atMI't\'IL..tb M ._ Boulevard i
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lu the afternnoo. giving borne again
MIAMI. FLORIDA the fan,7 Struck me In count the Idle Low Rates this year than ever hefore. \V t: have cGmp1ete lines and. ,

women Imuuiag out of wlmlow .Ioillt
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,). a.W.. MARTESS D. I I the Iopt".n other:5 side oclork of tbe and ur half ret past It wa an I' VIASouthern all sizes in high and low shoes, in vici kid or velour calf, .i

Hoaaop.cai.t.Muat boor wbeu orllmiry women wouMuatnrnllj sand

Orrtca: 110I... ""."""t.4 "14..A..... C I Iv buoy preparlug dinner for Railway 1 heavy or light soles.Ve have on sale at this time '.
W..n. s e P 1'ie cfa.xlren and the b.xae coming
ft scow VI n. airs>> MISS I
uiembera of the who
family were engaged
,t', "osIsa.JOKE In bunlne Well. I would From Jacksonville TWO SPECIAL LOTS in SCHOOL SHOES, viz: J

sctrceif! hate thought It possible, but /'
) 8. rUDEEICK, that trip I counted thtI't7.nl women .
$34.9S- ::
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u- CIVIL ENGINEER and girls leaning out of window, gar Toro Out. ind rvturn \
of boys shoes
Lot Z-Line Lot I-complete of sizes
AND SURVEYOR. Inc at nothing or into the street HereIn Ticket on sale September 1 12 to li: ; run
;y I New York au many lazy female limit September 24, extennoi to October
r': ..._., hlllw far Rtwle .' 1..15.. ParO.01.' i
thus .lean In lllenew" window 24. sizes 2 I 2 S leather from and one-half
.... ..' r.D1.w.. Lars. rr.elwlslee upon to pat. seven to
t :: k-dges that tbe name of ".1.1 presser $1:1.35At'.nt.: Ca and r.'urn. -
; MIAMI. FLORIDA. has been tr''ten to them. I noticed too Tlcke.k\ en ,a. 8.'pi 1!. U 16 17 and '
metal vici just the two in misses high and low :
that the p urer looking' the teuementboiwe and is; limit Sep sniber .>. iitcn>lou gun IJ
was the more women there wereat to October 10.
I 0. E. &ICI XOIW, lIMo windows. That one fact explain .110' .:3;;- Atlao'.. G. an] return thing fur hard shoes; these ;

:,. REAL ESTATE., <111) some women are poverty Tickets on tale Sept. niUr 29 anl :oft." : I
strhken : limit Ocdbbt-r 7; eiteusiou to Oc'obr22d I }
( 'OIIlT S>t""'.'' ..NT '.AIID CoaeaNINUTAn1' l's' I : wear. incluclla I I Shoes wereBrown's'
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At I..MUMMIAMI I obderre that another preacher baa $201.70- Rlcnrrond Va and return(

FLO 11 DA "been gaiuaig cheap fame by railing at .I lober Tickets' $. On sale October 1. limit Blue 1 85 III I formerly 1 SO 119 : :

I women Tbe dodge I* aa common aa --
losing her jewel 1s to actress or >44 70San Francisco and Lo Oc'I Ribbon $3 S0 s to $2. Now 'l

H. P. BRAN/MING/ a society woman. : are clergymen I Ticket geles' on one ale. a\dally- ;(second to Srptemoer elma ::1 : !,
tbe who do this.
only people
) aitsrsn sal Cssstdsr to October 31. .f.f'j
Orators of all kluda come pease writersof
M7.00Sashlnxton. D. C. and n. I
3 f.....t Attssta Mfg bs kftnacs: both .u.... when they find themselves turn TVketa' on .a'c dAIy: to September 'j r\
.
.... .. falling out of the public eye
30; limit October" 31.
West Palm Beach ;; Florida itralghtway begin> and fetch a sweepIng $46 05CbiC'&Io.. Ill. and return i
whack at women. Sow It le theireatnragante Tickets on sale daily to September W. M. Burdine Miami Florida i

,:. I In dreso' BOW their creepy :50: limit October 31. ,
to one another and anon the do"nrtchtVlcketlnee >4.10S.ratop.. N. Y.. and et
F JAMES '.SAlfDE of tboM In high place lure via New York allowing ten days

t, ATTORNEY AND The effect desired to produced, the stop over In Waohlagton Baltimore a
't COUNSELOR AT LAW. ecreeder' Snots Into temporary notoriety Philadelphia or New \ork Tickets
and woman gove ou her scram* wsyslier on save: ilal'y: to September 30. limit I II
} 0.55.+0101 nil Rea1g.tat. Low. M.I" same, no harm dome.M October SI. I NOTICE TO CREDITORS I
rvum sad Der sf 0..1015.01. Many other attractive ratesFor IB the Court of the Count Judge, The Ocklawaha '
Omer W W..TU1AML. al.oOCL Lnc' boll MIn Nurseries
t further! Information apply to Sate: of Florida Dade County. >
FLORIDA. aa editorial concerning Nancy In re Estate of S L. PattersonTo '

Hacks and greet mother m general T. K. McCALL all! Creditors. Legatees. Dlitribu, TANGERINE, FLORIDA :.Ia
Arthur lirlahane write la the New
tees and all Persons having claimsor
W. C.. MAYNARD, To.k Journal: "Should not this country City Passenger and Ticket Art. demand against! laid estate: Want Orange Oroweri to know that ft It to their t.r*.t to buy host \ :.

be Snot to booar the women who ,JAMES FREEMAN, I You and each of you are hereby from their tocfc Because they kar. THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. 'f;
bare made It' Should It not at least District notified and required to present any GOOD RESULTS can only. be obtained from tree that hare aa atwtuteae .'A
now give to the mother of the countrya Passenger Agent claims and demand which you or of GOOD ROOTS items that are STOCKY top WELL DBVELOPVU' : > : p
: chare la their gnrernment. the right lO&WVest Ba, St., Jacksonville, F.a. either of you mar hare against ihe and leaves. .woodthat I I. ENTIRBLT ran OF INJT1UOTS IH9WCTi \
to rote that I* gtrna to the vilest man?' PHONE 7 42 e. ate of 3. L. Patterson Jec-as-. LIFE.: ONR TREB8 hare all these GOOD POINTS la their favor sad wcortdally tt
'late of Dade county. Florida to the .
Itlt invite your InepecUo SPECIAL INDOCSMNBTS'' are offered ,
l. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. undersigned administratrix of said to those who will place their orders tor fall I
sow delivery OTO N 7W
Do know bow the
Perfeot ." .,. say w*.rI., ,11rf'M' lutiao you started la EwelaT peasant The peaaaat tern Low Round Trip Rates estate within two year from the date EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE.: EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC =*'
hereof
ary *re a tmBfort WUh our exve*. AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT H. CATALOOCB ran \
( \
; otve apparaMs art larfc eipeneno.tberels women who work oa farms sated for Via U & N. R. R. Dated September 5, A. D. 1946. "
.1 aa increase of thssr pitiful wages; tt Jessie D. Patterson
an rue** work. new reaofiable. -
W. repair' Watebea. CloektJewrrly was dented them by the landowners. Admx. Esx S. L. PalterllONOTICE. Address The OcklarvahalNurseries: J |
ass Spectacle*. A poriioa oft The peasant met took mp the ease of LooisvillCScNastivilleR.R.
your: trad asked for. IxoaUd o. A? the wronged wosnea and the Aries of ( 0. W. CONNER, Proprleter.. V
r MM D between. 1Mb! and in 8U. rebellloa spread through an the Knsalas. Tangerine, Flo/Ida ; :i
U. number of women worker The Louisville A: Nashville Railroadwill Ila I
W. .::. MAYNARD the County Judge's Court of Dade Or M. S. BURBANK. :'
Y were to strike m America tt weald be sell round trip rate from Jack- Agt. MI." Florida 1 sOur
......
.raM Aid.as 0eQetaII'i. County Florida.In .
a mighty cold day-woaldat ItV-be- _1111. to points shown on date Indicated :
CREOCIDE preparation for the destruction of aata. Seas aad .
low '
Proportionately rates
fore ICeD of class. would take
say up other Termlo win do the work.
r. tbs Estate of John Sander
from otter points
',tfW" their Bgbt and help Itlt them through. 144 05 Chicago, lilt ( and ....turn.Tick..tl late of AId county deceased. ft, f.]

on sale daily to September .
i PATENTS Alter disagreeable conditions If yon' 30 and limited to return until Oct. Notice I I. heresy given that on Monday J
ran If you cannot just accept themcbeerfnllT Jilt the ISth Jay; of October A. D1X)6 Fred'k. S.
I Morse
and wait till the higher I I 1S5 90-Denver, Colors Springs or 1 wilt! present to the honorable ;:
1-, lreNeo evw etFtwste..r1 power alter them--or you. Sometime Pueblo Col., and return On sale A. E. Heyvcr.; County Judge of Mid
/ a-t V. Y hr .r bra ...sa tt 1* only ourarire.* that need altering I daily until September 30th. Final ,I county; my final account, and< ..n'ot.b'ra
.77.Vatea. IN ALL COUHTKIt I \ of the estate of John Sand- Real Estate
1 H .4.y tnliSNDWl SI St return limit October 31 :
Dull and rutelke! Indeed I hi the life f3840 Hot Springs Ark.. and return i en late of !aid county, deceased
/stout sad Wrlurw.s4. Peseta tudd..Ip. Tickets on save.: dallv Final ind at the tarre time make full and *'it
of that woman who has no aspiration. i
... tea rlSra nb.ro .e Osra she was Si.. return liaxlt 90 days from date of foal set" :ement with a full report of Office up slain Cor. "'n.l: sod I'1 ih t',. :,'.flI'
( wa0MIN.TONO C. I St St sate all my action and doings with rela '

R I Hire you beard the way In wh'ch' I Dally to September 30th. round ion '(i Mid estate. and at tie sanu Miami. Dade Co.. Florda. '
a bright woman Is making an excellent : trip summer tourist tickets vlll be na ,time I will ask for a 1nal discharge a. I'
tiring and something more? 8be I sale to va-lotis resorts Full Infor- administrator of .aid estateFnory

I took advantage of the prevent erase for matlon. schedules, time tablet e.c PprndUn\ ?, AGENT OR LANDS OF > ? '
(, frequent change of costume among will V furnished promptly on application Imlnln'rator o' the estate of John
: : fashionable woman and made up a to Sander deceased.orley. Florida East Coast Railway Co ;z"
.)5iTB_- number of handsome gowns. In some G. E Herring. Florida Pass Agt, G. I \\ I Florida r
case to Individual measure Then In j No. Ill W Rae St Jacksonville Fla Attorney for AdmlnlitratorCOCOOCOCXXXXX Coast Line! Canal and Tran Co. ,/

t S Stead of selling the'gowns, she rents' i Boston and Florida Atlantic Ct.at Land ( .o

] them for special occMioos to ladles . 1
I /)(}':)() ) ) UOOCXXXXX v -:- v oo..
.; who wish to appear to hare many 1- -
trucks Several dresses are kept for I .;

onthl tbe same woman. When the original ,I 1I Miami Bottling
orks
wearers must bare something new, thecostume
; I Ia
\ iviziviiIs : : : : :
'iiI, -r J ".IN. .. to* para cheap down customers.the scale Thus and arerented the I WALL & McGOWAN. Props ... --;

:t.\\ BEAtTIFW. MAOAZMrn dressmaker eels several I times the origInal II
TUB MOOT I IXth Street. Near R. R., Mlaai Fla' r
: THE "O LD" cost of a gown before It Is finally \

leier) fur this superb consumed to oullvlon. I
A k Tour new
tmx:
.rt J us his name and address with jvrname Many of the oldest focles among ing city in Sou h Florida. Everybody II I
t and a-itlrm and lie. fur umplecn British All Kinds of #
)1na.... peerfsst* are finding them Now is the time I
l >f Reful pncc 25c. selres! forced Into politics in spite of is going to Miami. to I

1 t this Burr roper.PuMUblof Company themselves Radical England has l eeone secure u choice location either for binin i.. !; Soft DrinksI
tired of the I hereditary house of
4 Mod' JJoI whet 1..w ra4 city :I Choice locations
{ residence. in
!!
i lords and la working for Its orerthrow 9 or i
I AttMtioa to AO Orowm. '
1 Titled damee Lore become Ovt-of-Tova orMre bats.Has !(
t' 1 I alarmed. and the city for sale by : : : : : : :
;) Sav, the Miami' )Jf'1 roJ>OII., "One have organise/ a poItJ1toalIO'tJ. -
th.RIt U certain drulnace could In n. war cry Is. Rave our house of lord"* "
S"O pointer! Injure Dade count\" Dade Queer bow. thlnn come about of them Stood The
Test 25 Years
t. count Is one of the *1i counties 1: selves after awhile, lent It? FORT DALLAS LAND> COt {

t which ,'0..e are affsyted by drainage 1 I Rat I

In I i there mil\) he more drtttnaftev j I I doot know who wrote the follow nooocxxxxxxx tJOCt Grove's
v i, 'ban In tni otter conn I log sentence. hut whoever did has dls- j
If It can not Injure Dade coun- t I
tr i covered s basic truth: "If tbe average Call on OrAirent
.
f IT. whom, c. n It In'ureM'l! It in husband would praise. hla wife si cinch 7 iN D =TL.L Y. E =ti O"7 Af2A2C: :

,, ton?bate,01.iM to pay 1-ke one rorll cent! of which(he c will'at' I to about' her her face as be doe. when talking K..rt"i,,:.i'-i'rc. h\rt rtalatDallas : W Tasteless! Chi!! Tonic I I5O
to another
If rot ti, the ll"-rained: onooelt t lUooa would last forever"man. the honey I I.ajd Co.. Miami! Fla. ( io.. St. AIP'"tldo. "Flab

+. I 'mv certain ource,* r
it Lak">land N e"a. i ii ELI2U 1R-HACX CONNER.: C =(.:.:OXXO: : :' ()(OO OOO OOOOOOOf1110CXYX7t1tXi0tai'4I : : I o-CC'C.I Pa:. ccntt. "

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RIGHT TOR MIAMI MCTROrOUB FRIT).IT. OCTOBER !m, item 1'W'F.Ln r.tGIs: '*

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..,. I i MASS MEETING CALLED I t {


; I f FOR TUESDAY NIGHTFrom f ;


tSvdnriHU flatly.A StormF
,
O..u" tin' tu.J oy l't'ult'lmen I
barton. ",,1:1). (rtxiianl' CU..it
b.m !{< Tucker. ; nictnbvrs of Ih! hoar of
Public \\orkn, McKlnnia and front I
ATTENTION !. and n numtKT of cltltns Mss held
at the council iham'xr tat "isht
OUR NEW i The me.'Inj' had ben c.tIIo..1! for tu<
purpose| <>[ disc u+AlnK rertiiii rL..uyC' Damaged I
CLOTHINGHATS PI In the city (barter. :Hid in o.iilItwnis
t'r now to in he force naw retenu uiuinantf -

In view. of Ih' I.it 'tl U a numberof
clt\ liens were prtwnt and III..' ''he "
AND. matters to tie roinlcler'd .rte. I.r general "
) Import and lnteret. thm..-i' :
.'HABERDASHERVARE tag waa not organlud III one "I "'ltjr i
officials, but was conduced la a general
manner, all desiring, taking ;
NOW READY "I
hand in the proceedings. It -u tbI"Df'ral Goods'y.;
opinion of thOM prevent mat
!'that part of the city taws prescrlbng 'I
a fee for tbe police department
Iia conrlctlona WTO red and other clay ,
official*, be abolished. all once .

I I I f'n living and salary.Relative employe to, certan to b.Itema paH a In hOlel'I'. Our entire stock has been damaged by 1

revenue law, mainly tho. preccri1! >
/ I
lug that each Dad every lawyer i iI
Goods
water. must be sold quickly.
: I whether partnership eili a or not. I :
"real estate agenta conductlrg but. i!
ness as a Arm and Inmranct agenclea -
New Goods From 1 I .representing pay a license\ more for than rarh one persanl company I I We were obliged to remove every- >

engaged or Insurance company represented
!I It present was the that sense the of ordUnane thecouncilmen thing into another building where the "

be enforced: a. prescribed The

'coi.ector a license was of fS:also,lib directed fee from to wholesale collect I goods will be sacrificed at whatever ;4

: New York fl'h dealers.Realising .
!
I changes can that be made many in advantageous the charter' prices it may bring. A large percentage ;
:and desiring that the public be glvna
coke In the matter. It was decided I II 1
I tint a mass meeting be railed and stock
i held it the Pair building next Tuesday of the has only been damaged by
night October 10th

are arriving daily I I This the ty matter meeting)lr. Prout..having: assumed stating been..another: that determined some nature -,, falling... pla&er.and a little brushing will -

action should be taken to correct the

I erroneous hate been and broadcasted damaging bout reports Horn that remove all traces of the storm. Our 1

ATSewell loss and casualties In Miami It was .....,..
!recited that these reports will greatly -
I damage the town and section anuthe lock consists of .
I suggestion was made that a statement
detailing the actual conditions

: I Ibe Press prepared for distribution and sent throughout the Associated the shoes

Bros : :country Boys clothing, boys ,
,I I'pon motion. !II HII rI. Prout and ,
Cohen were appointed a committee
Ito draft the statement Tbe meeting
then adjourned children's shoes and ladies ';

I OT O-::

i The folio*Ing clerks. Inspector
4 land polling placet ,eie elected: b> shoes mens suits and
I the Board of County Commissioners; pants
tat their
held
. meeting October 2.11/01
I for the vTtril' preclai'n Vf follom
Our bas I Precinct :-0. I. Stuart Harry
: buyer bought Richards. H. W. Bess"y, Walter I underwear men's shoes
Kltching.: Inspectors C. W. M.- ,

; some great bargains, I Pherson.Polling clerk.place Kltchlng's stqr. I
Precinct: No Z, Jupiter J. B later shirts and sweaters hosiery
I R. M. W Hill J. T. Zvlgler.lnsp ,
; and we propose to give ctors. J. 8. Hepburn, clerk.
, Polling place. School: house.Precinct I
.No 1, West Palm BeachR. collars and neckwear
the I E. ReaI r. H T. Grant. C. A, I mens <
public tbe benefit of
Lopes, Inspectors. D. A, Allen, ,


tbe same. We can show I clerk.Polling Precinct place No 4,Old Boynton Fire HalL- Wm. H. hats and caps, etc., etc., etc.
Coi R. H. Rousseau I .R. Yank
inspectors.: A. V e. Garnett. clerk
tbe Polling place Packing House
in
you new tbings -
Precinct .NO 5. DelraW.. W.
" Blackmer H. J. 1 Sterling. 1'. U. The people of Miami have never had such an opportunity of
I McRae. Inspectors. L. G. Lymau, obtaining brand new goods at less than half its original value. r,t f

clerk.Polling place. School house Every article is displayed on tables and marked in plain figures :

I Precinct No (. Pompano J. I. g.t
Hardy. W H. McNabb. J. W: I ;
.
Pearce, Inspector L. U. Harper,
clerk. 'I "


j Mens Shoes, Ladies P.W.Lane Polling Precinct N,Marshall Bryan clerk.place.No,Bloxbam 7.Rouses Inspector Fort Lauderdale Cromartl.store L. P.M- I One price to all; strictly cash Ia


Polling place Stranahan Hall
Precinct No.8. OJu*- John A. ,,
Harp C. J. Phillip, W. H. Fui- !
Shoes & Cbildrens ,ford. Inspectors F. A. Bryan.1 t.:
clerk.
, Polling place. Railway depot We are now located in one of
Precinct No I. Lemon City- Paul the large storerooms in the :
: Matthaus. J. 3: Peter J.A.Daun-
try Inspector. W. E. Norton.clerk.
Shoes Mens Clothing Polling place. School house I
; Precinct: ;No IV, Miami Section 1 '
--C. A. Mann, C. D. Leffler J. J Daniel (
I Holly. Inspectors K. B. McLendoaclerk. Bldg.

( Polling place. Court House
1 ,
6 Furnishings Precinct ;No 10. Miami Section: 2
,-A. J Kolb. F. W. Hahn. W W
.' ,clerk Prout: Inspector Johu M Burdine On Twelfth Street Opposite Smiths Book StoreIt
\ .
I Polling..: place Court House
1
I Pnl'lftl"t0.. 11. Cocoanut Grore
Andrew Hardee. It. S. Potter J.W. '
GallOay. Tntpectors Richard Car-
:a.,.. clerK I may take thirty days or longer to dispose of the entire stock j

Our New Fall Neckwear are I I Polling Precinct place No 12 bhone's Cutler Store W. A. I but the best and least: damaged goods will be sold quickly. :

J ,Cooper. CN'. Watson A T UuT It will pay you to call immediately and take your choice.Mi&mi .
.
.Inspectors C. A. "Illard I
, peaches. Come and them ctork.toning. I ,
see place. Brown t Moody'
warebuse I
I Precinct :No. U. Silver PalmC
A. Gouman Will Anderson J S.
'Coftelln. Inspectors C O. Boat,
I'clerk Clothing Co.
Polling place School house :

Yours for the newest and tbe latest I I j So Preen ion.! .'. No H.14.Chesboro De rft..ldJ.. Robert. 8.

|Reiser Inspector E. A. ThomaleiiJ ..
.
I -
Polling place Green packing COHEN'S BRANCH STORE


; John Sewell 6 Bro. I I honvPrecinct Inspectors Fro4t. J. W No H.Mclllkin IS C. Dan'Stanley P.-.Hansen.\clerk, C ', Twelfth Street,opposite Smiths Book Store, Miami, Fla

Polling place rouncll ehember.S I
K or ,r.ttflfNClerk ';
Board CountyComnussioDcn.. s




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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. ,





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VOLl' MK 11 't' I BElt 28. )MIAMI DAI)E (COUNTY: }'L.\., FKIDAY, ( HT.J(5! lUOtf 1'AtiLS ;:
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hllis J J. :Neptunehbuddle Kloid. Jakerullingon. )!a"h. J L Thoma. L B .
i OFREtiSHRED H T. West Jupiter I Thrnton. \Vrk> E
f
LIST .
vndall, G W. Jupiter Henry .Vendor. aMlllvr > e s., W T Taylor. SamWegvner .
I Faber W E VanesV J
Jug August '
Ttndall J \. Neptune
;{ I We..1... Joe A, West Jupiter Fete: A T Martin, Bent Wilder A MWei \\akrrmaa n J, Delray 1,;'

VOTERS OF DADE \\ dRlJer W L. Nest Jupiter .'.to r. C W MltrhrllS' A brltrh. TOWW.I..r. West berry. K A. Delray ":
I A M \\'hldd... '
Wade J T. Neptune Friend. C A Moore K P | F H, DelrayZevderB.
Young. Herbert Jupiter Glddens. J DGrrber. UaiHcld.: U A \Mrnb. W Jorn. Delray i .

COUNTY flORIDA 1 Zeigler. J T. Jupiter Jno Mont ford. W R Wilson L A Zlll John L. Delray. s"

Crier J LGaze Miller. C F Washington, L Zlll. Joan Delray
I
I Lake Worth Precinct, So. 3 WeUa Karnk r''rllbt.
Zit!
!lark.
: Geo A Mexell. J K DeJray ;
I
\\ R B
I Adam J D Gale Eldrldge Metell. J R PoonpUM.. 5o. I '

I Allen I D AAnderson Glldertlctve., J Master R H Walker J WVilllddf'ft. Ashley J W. Pompaao i i4
Wm .
W HAnderson. Gloter W HGee. Ashley J E,
MUulre. K: J Pompaao
a
following .. a list of the re.- \Millan.s. G 8
The C BAnderaon.
8 F Moses. Elwtn N Ashley W 8, Pompano ?'>
Florid
ol Dad county: Walstlne, H H
Utcrd voters JobsArcher Gardner, JayG'lrratb. Metcalf. Guy 1Murot. Btuler Oeo O. Pompaao :..
being rvtoed *- I
*, aa It appear after Cka. C Woodruf C A
g
Taylor MB ,. Cnrkmonroe, Pompano ,
Cos.ati..loueru .
Board of Couaty Warren J AUaonamaker.
bjr lk* Anthony J R Br Green H McFarlln. is.McCuen Cole N D. Pompano y
iiprovided
of said Dad rosily JesseWaters
Anthony A P Grey M I ; DavidMcCowan. CasMll. W B. Pompano "
?
... beta
at -.tlaa ,
by Uw, a C E
Allen. FrankArmatronc.
Oetober.llO. I Green B J Ja* T Chapman T H. Pompaao i:
of W.lla. J D
Tuesdayy, the Id day Moses John
Garrett McKenzie Wm Dttloa. W E. PompeDO'

I Argyle. J D Gerber John McDanlel. Philip \Mlncon. A W Gardner R W, Pi m pa no P-
William. R B
TYtrlMl So. 1 Anthony E D G1oss. E C McCnln. GuyMrtitnley. Hardy I I, PompaaoHamilton ;-
} fitwrt Wilson Dan
Allen! A E Grace R WGeer. : Ja* B | 8 !U. Pompano '
P.O.. Stuart Fla. I Adams J A E EHenderaon. Walker T WW.nD.m.ker. I
1 McKinney Ed King W C, Pompano :
Be.ey. HBeverly. Alexander. Punish C D McDonald. J IMrKI. J A Lane, R J, Pompano i{.;:.

L I Abram., J R Halght. Chas CHaley. .....,.. R C C Williamson E T Lyon C L. Pompano
Brltt. Thou Hurkhardt L W John J McKenna Tbo P NMl'lams. L J Mason J A. Pompano .?a t
Ball. B GBau'r. liarnII ltoll. C OBrannlg. Hangman Hram F White, John "
McDaren W J )Maddox J T, PompaaMlaeli. r:
H A J G T H Wilson Gee W
Hood. C McKlnner. J C John PompaaoMcNabb. .!
Ball W A Backer. Jobs Helm. MmHolmes. : Nikon AndrewNernll Ullhams. J MWard. W H. Pompano "'t

S Baker. T If IIrt,I". H K L CHay. : Geo E C McComb Jaa W Jr. Pompaa. tCNs.ly ,

Beater. H Badger W : ', Ceo ': j :Neeley., ThosNorwood. Walker E A J W, Pompano j'
t Baker. W L I Berger. J F Hard, W HHaab. WE. Williams W F Pierce J W. Pompano
Craig. J I I Bryant Horace W L \Vatcn, F K f ; i
t. !!: A I Naylor J M Pearce M. PompaaoPeacock. !
t. Dy.r. W J Brannlc H P Hopkins, IB < 'S r:1 New mm. J W Wen'ou. Sam C << J K. PompaaoRains. .

Dyer. Harry Broadwell.! Sr Hertford. E T Otwvll. Alex B. Lake Work Ui.rt.J' '* A W H. Pom pa BOKodcers .--
Davt B: J Barfleld. S A Harris. J C W I it A
0",,,. J W E Pompano r-
Enald. J ktFrter. Bird Cba.BI. Heard. C H \ Otwell. W W \\ n J.. ; Rouse O W. Pompano '

W R ..... "% m A olden.. BrownHlndrlckson. .' Uden William well
Fort. A D Brannlnc. R R R W WHalo. Potter B M Wi'v.a. Thou Snell. W W. Pompano

:a: Oaltor. Caai EGriBn. : Bryant, Horses ... E F Potter Richard B White O B bmlth. W M. Pompano t,.'
A C Sr Bell J E Hannog, Robt Mangonla Wilson J J
1 : Parker Jas N Smith. G W. Pompano rSpelt.
GI'-.FA I Brown. J H Hannot, R, Mangonla Potter. Geo W \\ .. d. I'eterYarooroulfb. T D. Pompano -

Hancock.<< J C Bryant John IBraDIIID Harter. K H Pepper, T P MYarhorough Simmon. J E. Pompano

Jbon M R ,. wee Hamilton J J Porter R W W A Smith A E. Pompaao f

JhOnsOB. J H Rater Beo B Holley, U Poland W E. !Mangonla Zapl. Geol Smith. O O, Pompano

Krueger, A E R i Brown G W Hobson, Tho ( Pardon Walter .b cth.w IN.lrirt Hypolaxo No 4 Smoke M U. Pompano

k llIl. B Burkhart. H J Holley. T J Parish P'V J Angorloe. J. Typolaxo Tmstead J W, Pompano

Kicking. Walter Battle 8 B Harper. L GHufTrtetter. Pope W F Barker W H. Ijintana. Woods G W. Pompano
blill. Stanley Braining, W F I IBelden. W I
JUu P-I".8 n Baker T M, Hypuluxo: Ft. Lawlmtole PrrrlBrt '0. T r
Lcdiwtwr. R. A. F C. Volley 11 E Pardon. C C Cox N m H. Boynton: Aston C C. Ft Lauderdale -t
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Lane A P Borkbolder. EW: HatchKt. W P Philip J GPleraon. Campbell E H. Listens Collier W C. Ft. Lauderdale '

Martial EMcPberaon.: Beaujon. A R Hill W M W B CnJ>l'land. A B. Boynton Chambers. Cba. Ft Laaderdal'
RMcPberaoa. 8al'('(). J C Hover O WHotlda.
Potts. G K CarlM'n.I., BovatonCarlaeu Cr m.nlo. B A. Ft Lauderdale
F OMcCotlvm Burn. T E ... L D '
Pierce. E IPierre. F )I. Boynton Brant ley. J N, Ft. Lauderdale
- Brown, John Henderson. Ja* C H Crews, J A. Boynton Braddock J W. Ft Lauderdale '

Olsen. Haaa C Burkhart. E: A Hays. tkoHenrold. Reddlck. J W Dajgberty. Jesse Lantana Bryan R A. Ft. Lauderdale ,

3. Parka. B Bormaa. J E 8 "T- Reddlck. Cha W Funk I R. Boynton Braddock N H. Ft Lauderdale

Park S rfrun. Baum Chai F Harper. J R i Robert. Geo Funk Frank UnvntonFreedlund. Brackwell. W L. Ft Taaderdato: A

r M Brinnlnc. W C C SrBell. H.rt>er. L W Ro"|*y, J M I Adolph Boynton: Bryan T M. Ft Lauderdale l.

Plait. J C John WChllllngwonh. Hodges!!: C A kou .A T Koney, W L. BojmtoaFrt Bryan T H. Ft Lauderdale ..;

Platt B D R J Harris J J Reese TT '' diund. J K. BoyntoB Berry b Ill. W O. Ft Lauderdale t)

Park Geo W Caaalff Tom Hnnter J J Ruffin J DRal. Garnett. A W. HypolaxoGrlftth. : Baxemore. J U. Ft Lauderdale. ,,:

Rkkarta Harry WRetfater. Cobb 8 Harper. C ..., Robt I R. HypolaxoGrfllth. Bell. E H. Ft Lauderdale ::

Frank ColllBt. W R Harden WHudne Rowley. F A Wesley Hypolaxo: Bloojworth D )I. Fort Lauderdale
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Rhode. I R Carney.: John '!. John
Redlfer. H P Gold. W C. Lantana Braddock. J A, Ft. Lauderdale ,
Rhodes, W NRlchllghtr Cartln B F Ha>*. Sam Rlchbarg J W Harper. F P. Boynton bill. G E, Ft Laaderdai, ..

*. T C Cheatham. JO I Herndon J J -" Romeo. F .' '; l Hoene.*. Go. Boynton Farrow, J 0, Ft. Lauderdale 1

Relit H EStypmaa : Cook B.ftJCoUlraa. Rice Henry .'. I Round tree, WI', Harper. C T Boyntou Fisher F T. Ft. Taadcrdate !

Otto W M Holland. A J ." ROM. J F *. Hall. G W. Boynton King Richard 8. Ft. Lauderdale. ..
Bewail. A Kbtypmaa. : Carlaea. E F Haugh. J ".1 r-tr RIgel. A G tituw Hardev. M C. Boynton King E T. Ft. Lauderdale ;
H Ebchroeder : Cook. F W Hamlloa IT iHutaon. i ,
. W P I Jones. Sam Boynton Kelly I W, Ft. Lauderdale
. Card Campbell. floe J J J.Idner. i I' Ryan P W *. Tym.n.IN B, Lantana Kelly John P. Ft. Lauderdale. "'""y

Smith. WesleyYimmosa. Cracla. John M O W I 't! Rnmlln. J H v. Lymaa. C. LaaianaIjtrsrn. Lane, L P. Ft. Lauderdale ;
" OSmith. Cope Ja* Idner. Frank Rain John .' C C, Boyaton Law, J U. Ft. Lauderdale -
B rTaytor. Crlle. J F Jackson A W f
Hlne Gt-o HRond. Lewis. H T. Boynton Marshall W H. Ft Lauderdale :
i J Crome. A B James. Paul C T E: : 1.' Larsen Nelson C. Boynton Marshall Cantos Ft. Taad rdatoMarh ;
Taylor. The Cowan. L C Johnson. J B : Roth Wm Mnrrsy. H B. Boynton a
11Jone -,. .ll. L W. Ft. Lauderdale :f
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Webt,. Edward Coin*. Jim J E .
I J. Reiler. Richard E Moore. W H. HypolaxoMayebrry. : Marshall M W Ft. Laaderdato.
Wllltaaatoa. J A Creech. R C Jone D J
Randolph C E W O. Boynton Mack Jobs Ft Lauderdale 'Kt

Wltham. U 9Woodward. I Carrie. Geo O Johnson R H Spencer ME ."j, Mulilhon. Roy. Boynton McQualr. A A. Ft Lauderdale '',

a Cba.t I Cain M P Jenkins, U C '. Sheen Franklin Marrow Ja*. Boynton Oliver Frank R. Ft La" 1edale ::.

Wood. O RJ"ppeIwt I Collins J 8 Jackson L ] / '. Stauderman. J A _, '. f Melt. L F, TypolaxoMetts. Deters J N. Ft Lauderdale 1i
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K.. SArmour
a Jvpiter Cr wford. T N Jordan. Jackson tkhrebnick, Carl L D. Boynton: Palmer. W D. Ft LaiderdatoParhaa. ......
r J... A. .JupiterAkker. Cark: J P Jones, J : Smith: M MrCarloy Dan Lantana T M. Ft Lauderdale
> F C. Jupiter I Crona. E W Johnson Gro. W 'f A
;. Speed.: HR. Pence C. Boynton: Haulers J E. Ft Lauderdale
Armour, C C. Neptune Coleman J FChllllncworth. Jackson Andrew Smlih. JV.. .,... Pierce Ch*. W. Boynton: Raulerwa. B B, Ft TauderdatoRaulerson. -=
Brooker. Hear.. Neptune C C Jones. W R .
A i Slower. J Perry. I !M. Hypolaxo R D. Ft Lauderdale
l' Bower J A. Neptune I Carey A H Jackson J WlIOn. Smith J H .' Palmer F W. Bo>ntonReasMUP. Robert J B, Ft Lauderdale' ..J..,.

,, Broker E T. Neptune Cencl LollsCrockett. ..*. Harry A s :: Strgbm. O Q R H. Boynton Stranahan. Frank Ft Laaderdito "
' Barber. M B. Neptune R C Jefferson. T G : ... .
I I Spencer.Vni !I ISlrkln. Ram ,. Geo H. Boynton Smith Warren FT Lauderdale'
" Bower K F. Jupiter Conatantlne. L Jones N C Mar .] Smith W A. Hypolaxo: Smith W 8 Ft Lauderdale. .
Blall hard. A D. Jupiter Comr. A A Jo>ner, A E i Singleton leroy Smith J W. HypolaxoSudlln. btranaban J W. Ft. Lauderdale {

Car Ma. Cha R. Jupiter Cottrell !M C Know .*. Austin EKing Saunders MB I H B. Boynton: Tyler.: W M. Ft Lauderdale
Geo. Neptune I Carlisle HA .' P W
Crane I Off Sanders. H Tedder. L. Boynton Taylor Geo U. Ft Lauderdale
C W, Neptune Cockett. Lee Klniel. Frani '
Carlln.
.. IJt'eleas: ; t'pton.. C. Boynton Wallace A J Ft. Lauderdale '
Crome. J 8. Neptune I Church F W "I Kelly. Gen. ) :, : Seeegal. T V tone. J C. Boynton: "
_' R."' .. Neptune Car F C ., O).. t"rftowt No. .
Crome, >oa King we" t. ; .. Stone: C A I Wllkerson. H H. Hypolaxollkerwin.
DuPol. Harry. Neptune Conklln. JeaaeCummlnc King. Itrbt.Kelly. : r Sinderton. 13 W \\ J A. Hypolaxo: Boyaa. N C. Haflan Pale r.

'+ Dnrnham. J D. Neptune *. H T Ceo ': t jKunze hlrkn, Henry 1 1' William. J A. Hypolaxovr : Brlc. J J. O)" i/
Edward: E. Neptune C .ar. C B G A Bull. Geo P Oju
I" 1 Sudrrson. O \VSlmmon. | .y Prrrlnct Xo. 9 i'f
Edward J D. Neptune CoT r. W DComgrore. klMemrler. Cba*. .. H M S' Berry Ware, Otis
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FlgWy. H M. Neptune Dan Kendall, Cba B .. i,.." Savage B C Armstrong Bryan F A. Fulford _''j
r Fountain R D. Neptune Dewey. Fred 8 II i iDre. Kirk Cbas 8oDlm n. J C Armstrong Moses oiaak 8 U Fulford M:,
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t For yth. W B. Neptune I H P Kunxe Jacob ''; ,: Sewell. J... W W '
Foory. M Neptune I Demlck. E M Kettler. Carl J : Brrtton H M. Ha.laadaM .
.1 I s J_ Schneider.<< 3 S Brown '
Grant. 1 H. Jupiter Dick J HDerelrk. Kllttlog. Albert i1.aneAart Shannon D CT. Barnett H A. Hallaadato

Grovel. E: M. Wet Jupiter I EH WnU Seward H W Blackmer. Wm !M. Cochran K. Oju 1

:. Goode. Alec J. Neptune Douglass WI' Lalnnart. GY j i : Singleton L H i Chapman FV Clark J W. Ojus t

Geaurtdea. D U. Neptune Davit, JTack '. *"* Lawther. J C Bpratt. B B (Crownove R P Carlson N A. Ojus .;
Cambrev. W H >
Hepburn. J S. Neptune Davis. J T ....1.. A J t Smith B E Chapman Sam Fulord ,
Kail Jan. Jr. Jupiter Dean Joel A [ I T*
Hunt B K. Neptune DeBerry, J T H P Slrham Geo F Ellenwood. SO. Errlcson Chas A. Hallanduie. c'
French JV rullord Wm H. ;.
Frank FalfordFrohock
: Hill R M Neptune Darling. | L..ltor.o.o. P .t. btrhsm WI'
Hardew. Hal P. Jupiter DoDA Idaoll. Henry Lautbef. C J t;{>u'hail. John Fenno. J Grant GV. Fulford S
w I Kul.... JophFulse. Fairs J A. Fuford; .
Henderson. W Neptune Doater. B H U-ii.' 1\\ .VLopei. Stal.an F A
f Henderson. R D. .NeptuntHendercoa. I Davis, J A |111' '. A M ,. fcchultv ESingleton. I C W I Geiger: H. Fulford '

" D M. West Jupiter Donovan U J Lew I.. A H C B Fen Hubbard.'Torts 110, Fred E .. Gllwon Jas H, OjusGlluon :::

Irler. J B. JupiterJackson Done W Do.yorm.n. Lewsl. JasLangford. : ;:.?'4 f STkhan. B W R A. Ojn T
C P. Neptune H H C WLeonardy. Haygood.: T J 'f fHodge. Cllsson A E, Ojus
Sthlappl. John
Mangonla
Jupiter .. II P'r iKllby. Goodman J D. FulfoHGalloway I
Jarkaon. A T. Wet Dale. Frank .f : Louis I Singleton, C P I .
J KltcbtBi. Pennlglon, Wet JaptterKiltlBirsworlh. I DeCamaM. W H Tucker, Peter Snider S Mb IVLyman. G E, HalURiJatoGeige '
P. Neptune i : M K 'wMarshall. A T. Hallandato. ;>
+ Donnelly. J B "' ...Ia. T F Sniumerall. W J I .-
\ K. E T, Wt Jupiter I DeBerry. H C ._ Lett. T MLomender. Stevens T P John L I honde M W. Oju J:

Lamb.\' NepuneLe Earmaa, J 8 C D 1 I r Smith Andrew ? Myer. W W tnfMiller. I Gr y Liars OJ.s "'

i 8 L. NeptuaeLeter. Kilt. John Uddy. J ELockwood. Seger. Henry \ Chas H" Gunter C A, Faiford y
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O. Neptune Krwfa. D C ''ntr L D I Scott, J H .. Munroe.C Lee rMcRae "- .r'- Harp Jobs OjusH ;Z.

Miller. E C. Neptune Kpps, B DEdwards. I .! J.I .' Mathls, J D I 1 Savage. HP I .. Mver. . r >rp Thou: Ojn
" mctoU.. 8 D. Jupiter O R LEhntam. Metcalf. W IMabaa. : r 1 Bweranger. 8 T M -. Hlggoabotham J D. Ojis i,

a Mattes, D W. N>ptnnMeaoor. E A : W H :: r{';, .' Slower. AW ;, -{ .. Monroe Jas -....-". -" Holding J M, Haltoadale 1_

,' M J. Neptune Fremb. F W f .. Miller. H 8 \ Sanders. C A i -. Myer: C Hefty C. Ojus
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McLean Dan. Jupiter Field R 8 iFeaton Majewskl, A U Savage C W -. i .: Milton! Lee | Ive J W. Ous..

McCulk>utk. J A. Hobeaovnd ED: :1'"lFortieth Martin A :,..' (i" Sample. M M t _..' MeR... John Jeakla W H, Ojus .
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Geo. NeptunePowell. FOI. j j : ---1; \ I' Pedenmn. Peder Klutz M R. OjusKing :
Prortor. Mean. W M Thomas. David '4, '''4 1 .
F M. Jupiter John r, -; .! .., Rice J B vSundy. G W. Ojus
l. Milton. Wm >> Turner John -- ;
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TPy( THE MIAMI METROPOUS. FRIDAY OCTOBER M. IMX TWELVE .'GEa

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Pr'o,. Tboa, Hallendale Stockton H G. Lemon City Clary J A Fro cber Albert A 1 Jones C J Robruon. las O Rogers 8 J
b.oam A. Ujui Sti n.ra. C 11. Lemon City t'nth..m Thoa B: Kuurd M m Jackson A J Robertson" Jaa 1> Rogers H 8
btudatill J B. Fulfori! sheeta t' t I.. Lemon t" T\ ('bane..,., W A Gautler T X Jon,. HenryJackaon. 'Reynolds, John Khoidea. 0 A Jr
Mnttn. A J M. PuloJ: Smith John C. Llt'le ''liverslojne Cheatham J H Green Dave J M Jr I I Ryan. M J K>an. P T
Tom I.. Oju Jr. Lemon C.ty Carroll C l' Gavun SentGraham Jarkaon Andrew Ruasell. Gva.iKouawau. Ranlernon.: 8 \VRamaey.
imro John OJu+ boar V H. Little RhrSarin Chaille J F W S Jackaon. Andrew W tROM. ; J A
ucker. Kd. Ojus A Lemon C..y Poker Lewi Glnlork Richard Johnson J WJeffrlra. I C J huaaeii M m
Tucker iA.. CmsV Tru tt J G Buena Vnt Campbell A J Gnutlrr W J L E I Kodgera. H 8 Koiand. W M.
> offord : B. OjuVogor Tru.tt Its. Lemon its: Chall.e J GranKtr L Jones Jim Jamea. J.._ Seiner. A L'biakea. : 1I.Da. tf K
\ Walker W H. OJtn Wratheral.t3 1. C. L..:..0. City Canova W L Garthmde C H Jandon P B Juhuaon ilollllsoll. John Stand.! Lewla.
Wall i-e i i Ous W... Kd: Little River Cobb FrankClopton Goethe HUirtman A T Johnson C R &nd..... \ K Sunder,..on. G W
lentos fty Preen-, -). :) Woodall. H E. Lemon C ty G H J W D\ Jones. E M TobnaoB J B Smith J P Swan C 3
Andrews Stun .".. Lemon City Webb. E N. Llt'lp River Coffee A L I Goodwin A' Jonea J J Johnson H Smith R W Savage, T ESpJe !
l.ibur) Jofcn F. Lemon ''i') Worle) G A. Lemon CIt Clanton B C Galllnon Jas Jackson T W Jones B B .. 8 *, W 01I1I11.toll.
Burr A H Jr. Uttle RI....' Waldron C B. Little Riv... r Conoly D N' Gravea C A Jennings J II Johnaon J H J W Sellers, J HCpanlah.
Brown S K. Little Rlirr Wllaon Sam. Uttl Hirer Cremartle a C Griffin Jaa Johnson W K Johnaon. Alonxo Smith. Chas B : FrankHummona.
I \\oodson J E E. Buena \'WaI Cole L R Good Jaa BII L L
Brown. K: J. Uttl HlviTli'ir I Jonea it T Johnson Wm BJohnaon. <:os. D F
; H \ Llll:> R ,'r I aum..alt W I 1. Lemon C'yliaml Comba W H Golte J A Jonea. J Watt henry galiner. C C 8 "'C.. R BaUrvenaoo.
) IVrclBt No. 1l'o.l <> Conrad J P Gallat F B
Boer 1 8, Unit RiverBrooks Jernljen. C W Jackaon. L ,' Sutton J A
1J. Lemon City I' \11 perst.na regi..wed I. Chi- precinct Church K H I Gore A P Jacque. C H Jaeyer. W J Smith GStearna. Spang. F J
Office I. Mama, Campbell W Graham K: A F L
Bnatt H T. Lemon City Joyner. A 8 loses D S Stramaa. J 9
Braddock l Lemon CityBecker Ameraon F W Croiland J G oauxe H A Jonea J UJaudon. Jackson Clifton Smith, John "kagga. P T
Aldrich Edward Ce'.lon: R D Conga JuGau.lf" Sander J T Smltr. W
I "nil. Lemon City I T B Jr Jensen Peter J Jrbeymovr.
Albritton J T Cannon W A R B J \\'
Bush K J Arch Creek Johnaon. J H Johnson Daly Smith i H HUtonenan.
Beathea I*. A. Arch Creek I Avery W D Cook: J C Grunting: W 3 King H M Kellam. U H 1I1Ibf')'. A B F B
B.thet I A. Arch CreekBeahea Alton D F Conrad J A Gauae H K Kemp Doug.aa King. James Button O R 9mltr. Crag rStantoe.
Anderson S K Chandler W A Gramling J C IIUdl. .. T
K
.' A, Arch CreekBeathea Keller W L Ko b. A J W WSweeting.
'1 Arch Creek Anderson 0 A Cote R GCoie Grant J W Smltr. Ja.lus J W8eyobld.
n. Keen JacK Klt<:beU. W C
Al.en A L W 0 Goodaon W L John
Bryant M. Utt'-e HirerBryan Kline. Frank K.mfl4! W L 8.Qord. L B
Cablll. BluoayneCurr Anderson Tho. Clemon J SCrowe Gjutler H Kapp, r A Knoch. Theo laaad<<.. W H Stewart. J TSuliner.
) B. Lemon Cit Adams Alfred lag Gerloch J T er i r1 Keeney. Nicholas 8mwtele.! J P R Ckrau.
Ahanathy John C Cuiry J A Gowln J T H
Carey J T. Le. .on C1Iyl'bu'd Kyle Robt I Keller. J C Kttabate. SckBierl. WalterShackleford.
W A. U tie Hivrr I Alkln B C Caldwell D A Goodwin AV Keller. A H K rkland. K X 8 F J W
<'()(>k K L. Te-aott C.ty Alford J L Coachman B A Grave W F Kttcbell. R MKencedr. Keller Smith tthackletoo. Ja.* ShackMord. J D
C' antt T J :. I:'.*-rClamer Anderson G W Cohen laodlr i Graham A W W P Karr. E HUghtburn. Bhnll. HI nda. BaxterBtowera.
I Adams A H Cook Clarence Oomph GPO R Smith R E
J W, Little HirerCocrod I Kaufman A A CLaming B Y
A 1 britton W F Cowan J D Gautler H P 8
A E UtM Ewer I ELeu.er. Ughtbun. A C Jr Stanton Wm E ber. John P
Conrod J T. Little River I Albnr> Wm Colllna\ W ECarey Gerlorh A P Chaa U Laaavter. B rl Scale. J B Smith Carroll CSawyer.
( o" n WI.I Uttl KherChar.c.v. Atkins J R J H Gruels ThoaGlnnras Lofton. W A .ine. JAP Sawln. 0 D Sam L .
iv.. Leo-on Citytjok Aultman S! B Chaitle F i ; L E asveter. J.A. Tlnard J JLaSaIl. Sawyer. W Fl Small Frank
K \:' l..:tt.e IKverChfv Aultman K L Call W J i Grlffln J J ... A L Layton. C K Jr Simpson. R MSharpe. Stafford. K K
tH A. Little' River Alkln J J Cooper ChasCampbell Glrtman G C Lummua, J =.N'" Latlr.!!. B T W T Storms. W H
Conrad J A. Tilt!. River AntEUKh Henry G M R -1 f I! Gardner J A Lapham D I.lies. Henry Storms. Albert ''mllOn.'m i
Anderson Chas Cobb John S Grt...naood L dSteel \
Cutler Amos I/emon City I, l.. aaeter, E J Laaaeter. B I Suwver Alonxo Sander J 4Sen
Clark H U lemon Cit) Ames C W Clifton E WCurty t Oilman Jaa H 'i La ten P Toiler Robt H A mid. C W8t.'arbo'Oultb
CrochetV U. Lemon C'y! Armstrong John A Wm H I Goodrich l' I I' Lana C H Laaalle. A T J L Saada.! B H
Caaon. Barto Lwt/on City Anderson King Campbell W T I Iarc-la J R I llemla. W M CUI... 8 IILaFoat. Schneldman. II 8<>ale. H A
Ci>oj>er J B. Lemoa City I Boyd \\ C i. (Comb H L Galen Mike ._. L r lewis. G T Sawyer Leon Srhleppjr. B F
Danhlt J W. Little KHerDacthlt Frown I H Cockmn f E Gould J H Felder Leigh W H Searte. Tbos F Swet-t. Edward J
K J. lemon ClMrvnitorkpr. Baker J K Courtier Dennis GreyGardner I Longberger. J ELaBree. t. wile A X Stewart. C C Strofhman. C h
Kenny. Little River R.i kern F W Chapman A B 0 N L R Long MarlonLudlam. Sbleppoy. W A Smith. Jo M1la1lc1.
; A ('OD 1.lln B S Gutellna F A I .. J 8
Ik-\ roe- F J. Limos City ) nie Lee. J D \\ tIj' Slatrnnk. E: A
Dul'il1nI f'1II01I C t) Ba\le T Crudel Tony Glenn W E obdell. Herbert Livermore H X *Cilvena. J B Slxbv.. A L
DaiiKhtn. A, Utile RI..rltu''nl Brown S \1'lluyd Currle EChsse Godman J D j'Morton Gen \UMerlday. Mitchell M T Sherman A TPalter. Smith D A
B C. Uttl flierDanthi \ S J E H Gravea E: W Warren Mings, T A R L lIrod. C BSnyder.
: Juts K Uttl River lry -nt CBurr.due ConkMn 0 T GrlSn Gen A '1I1IE" Tho May, .- i, 0 H Stephens R T
DoreSam.. LJitl River Thus Car|>entef B F Grace JV \iarch. W E May. J H Stork. J CReeling. Struak. J H
Dt'lird.V' M. Little RiverAavn : BrUHBrick",'i! l'ti Campbell John R Crimea M AHa I Merrhanson. D RMorw F 3 Tho Scott. J R
Sam. OJas !l' Wm: B Jr Cook Gen S >ea J H 1 Mann C A Malhera. J K Stelnbrtnk K X Fchelble. Herman s
Edwards (' 14. Lemon City Ball B T Ompbell J*> H Hahn F W Mul er. G A Morris1' H I Sharp. W H Steinhauwr. Ceo JStabblfleld.
Filer \ lemon Clt) Hall C A Curry H K J Hogg C A Muller John Miller. BUIMontgomery. Schmidt C W TV \,
filer Henry. Lemon City I' rtddoc H Carlon U R Hill AlferdHrndrlcka Moody. B F C J Siephena. Ac-am Tufle.. Harry
Forne I. N. OE'una1. a Burns K L Cooner! J W D WHolly I Moore. T V Mattox. G. W. Taylor RobtThompson. Tomfiklna. J B
Geiger; C K, lImo City Brown L P Creene Go H iC'o.er J J Manning. L C Moore W M JI Thompson FTorpy.
Cillett John, Lemen City Buchard X W I. Hill UvHeallngton Mathers. W SMaynard. Moody Fred Tucker 0 D JTulnm.
Grern W L. Lemon City Bradford Joseph XBarclay Curry AIII08Chrl.tn.n W T W C Moore W B Tom1lllOn!l A S B B
Goodies W K. Little River J C X Hamlln P C I Morean. P J Mooney John Tomllson. Alex Thompson H T
Gordon W \V. Lemon City Brewer Jonas Clopton G R Hand Fred Montgomrey. J s Mill. K L Thompson. H T Thompson, G WTllurbf'
Cwysc: K L. lypnon City Brown, J B Culbertson W Hogg H L Mllam. M A Montgomery E S ,. R P Taylor J HToml'ltill'
Glllam J 0, Little River Brown F H Crump B R HenryV I Mnrfltt Geo W Maddeaux. Jaa HMeredith W H Thagard. Z UThompson.
Gorton Errin J. Little Hirer Barber J C Carpenter Harney W R J C M..tt.I'r Tatum: 8 M C R
Griffin! D W t .". HHnbel !\..r Brown Jaa D Ca vender Z I I riolmea Ceo Matthew John Mercer J C Tucker J C Tatim. J H
Jaa J. Lemon Cl y Belcher 8 A Calley LA Heyaer Allen E )Mercer R I. Moeschle.: R m Taylor. 8 XTownley. Tit... P 8
Hlgga. E T. Lemon City B'llIknbotrBarron Fred Clark H H t Helderhoff R Murrln. E J Moo..)'. Wm V T L Townley. John M
Howe!, Dock. Lemon C ty F T DeBerry WD I Horn W D Mann Robt Meu W O Thomas H C Taylor David E:
H.. IIID. Goo Lemon City ttrowu K EBroanCMJr Dukea J J .. Harper T J I Mitchell A Muller Cnaa A Terrell. C M T.nl.... Chas
Hampton D H. Lemon City Dorthy C L i .,<;t Hooka W A ".,II.y. N A Maynard. 0 W Trapp. H A Tom. J P a
Hudk-y A J. IJttle River Burn J W Davis Alfred Hill J THughea Manaon. 0 K: Morlort. J C Tyler Chaafmstead. tltondorff.: P
HI11ID,. G C. Little Hirer Beck J C Jr Douglas S W +. US&! : I W D Mehl. H Ed Jr MlHon. H C L W'"oa Moses OVaalandlngham. eVereen
Hall R E. Miami Brown C M Jr DavU 0 L Harrelaon D K Merson. Wm Mann I B J C O
Hoefer L F. Buena Vista Brooks I EH"ockway Douglas E B j La' Hnddleaton R H Math*. Tho. W Maater C 0 Vincent. J E VaaAaglcn. C
Huble H K; B'c rr.e D E Dorn A K I. Howard J H Maglll. F F McDonald J A Vanlandtngbam. SVanDeerer. J L
Ruble Wm O. Biacayce Baker T E Dan Ja A Hooker Wm McCarthy Ca. D McCrlmmon. C T Vlllenende.!! F W Wlllborn.\\ R
Hudson F M. Miami Blanton D E Davis David. SDlckeraon Hlnaon A P McDonald. M McCown. R Wllo. |. C J Walberton. Wm.
Ikle C H. BIKa"p Bradford I 8 8W 8 .__1 .: ; Hard* F B McElray. E A McNeil. T L Wilts-. Ja* T WISH A
Ingeli C E. Lemon City liotbwell J 8 ijoane A Hull WmHolllday McDonald. H Mclatlr. W H Wllsoa. Ja Wllao. B J
Incertoa A L. Lemon City Brown W J Hodge L L J T McGrtfTe. R C McCollough. U I Weaver A B Wallace O J
I Ufa Ma A F, BlscayneJohnson. Brinaon M XHuncll Davla 8 M Harner J WIlutchtngaon McLendon. R B "'rCro,)'. J A Wharton F H Wilson R 8
Henry Lemon City G E DavlVm John L McMullla ,E C McClellan. F B White J D Waddell.' E: A
Jenk'na C. Little' River Bnuell A A Dillon 0V Hoebr C McKlnnon. 0 A Me Corren. L T Williams Julius Worley. J A
Jane A B. Little Hirer Unrnett R V Dennis j W'DaisHB Hill Wm 8 McLendon C E McConrtney, N T Watson C H Wltooa. J 1
Jacob R J, Little Riverrnhn.on Raker A L Holraet E T )McMnllen A K McCrlmmon. D TMcGlat. Watt MP Walker Geda
J W. Utt'.e RIvTrKnight. liayleaa Jaa Eba'l. Down C F Hlgglna L E McKenzie. J B A AWcCrocll.n. Whltaal. R H Whitney John
D R. Miami ..* M B Drake Gaston Hawking J B R C MrCo", .. B Wllaon. W J Wllkeraoo. MOM*
Knight John C. Miami bit me. T J Day E Hall O W McAlllater. John McAullph. T F Washington Jack Wheeler. Root
Kellim Vi' -W. Lemon City Barnett L CHencer : Dougla JohnDeckenon Hooka J C Mcgahey. T B Ma Oe.bey Wilson A Waltoa. W E:
tvonnu C H. Bnefta Vl.taIttlefleid. J Albert Hinton B B McPberaon. M N Melnioah. C L Wall. T A Watson W L t i
Uttle River Hrtley J R DeBerry J FDeyman Hamilton H T McKenzie A McCaller. R C Wfaon, Dozier Weatherford. W "
Langley E R. Little River Boyd J W Theo Howard E K Nelson Edwin Nelson Peter White J D Wlgglatoa A M .
Lanier Ii 8. Uttl River Brandon Geo H DauienbakerDinon H.m.V W Nelaon. F F NeUoo. A P Wheeler 0 T Wettel, C L
Lewi 8 H. Uttl River I'olle Geo C R MDllk Howard L M Noble Jaa NIL". Gary Wiggins 8 C: William. N B
loffatt Edmond Lemon City Burrlaa Fred bl.'t.xD Arthur Hampton T C Nell P Nell PNichols )'IIt. A B Watson J W
Birch W DeGarmo we' Hamlln D W Walker Archie SWllaon. William.
Merrltt. Z T. Multi b l.t_'_.. ._ E C Newcomb. Geo
Mathana Fred. Lemon City. Berry Jag E a al Bile JohnDu.berry 1 t Hatneld L K Normen. T T Gabon. R W Wright F D Wheeler E T
Merritt P W. Lemon City Bewan W A S Halaten 8 8 Ou,. MichaelO'Brien Oaborne. L A Whluker. Fred "'Ilao.. 8Whltten.
Moody John. Lemon C'ty Babera H J IteMay John Hall. W WHoyl C O'Xeal. J CO'Da Tho P Weaver. N MWeatgard.
Matbewt Walter F. Lemon City Bush W M Dixon DeWItt I R F )'. AOverton Ollphant. F H ; P R Wlndham. C P
Mann H E. Lemon CityMyera Bozeman A MBrockway Denny C W I Heaatman Wm r J Ornweg. John I Weatherly. W H Waldla. Walter
H B. Blrca.ine R B Dykea Geo M Huntlngton; 0 P Ownley E A Oren Fred R I Warner. Ceo T Water J M
Uuran D W. Lemon City Bailey B M Dill J D [ Haren F B Oab rue J U!: O'Belroe. F J Whltnev. L WInter Robe
Murphy B F. Lemon City Barney. NM Donald -W M It.I Hahn C )1Huddl..toD O'Neal. John R Oimatend. G 0 I Webster. Chaa Walker.: J D .(:
MorK L. I Lemon Cln Burban N 8 Dlnnlck\ F E "I C L Payne S C Front W W V.'a'idce.: E L Whitney J H .,
AI.th.. O, lemon l City tUrni" F T Dryer J H \ Hlllard\ B J Pent. W II Pollock. S HPeek. Winate. John T Whitney John
IMtrheM\ Warren lImon CityMur.by Bowman K: CliE'njc.n.11I Dlxson 1 D Hull J Austin Pugh.; EI' R lPhillip. 11.'n.! J Weatherlr W RWatwn
A L. Little: River Neal Enloe 0 t Hulln \\' A .. Paul G Padgett. Milton R W William Harrison
Mlfhter. M L. Little River: Hell Isaac Krfert F W I Jlo'.mei! E F I Prltchard. S C Pennon D C | W.ttsan. R 0 Xlmanie. C L
i.lttle Kvana 1. HKlnig Xm, ''nl.-* G F1 Toung. W K
MetlHir.Vm A. Rlv r Hrown J HHrtnkerhoff I Hendry W A Price M D Porter C B
)lo Ie' \\m A. tl..ua'IIIIa Fred E : A J Hunter W H Price Wm V P irter. EnchfoM Tiling C F Zimmerman. S O
Montgomery ('hu. Ruena Vista Bell W G English; J M Hourihan J Pratt. C G T JPOIIIM'II. Youngs. E D 7npf. Mat7.rlley
Monnc T 8, Utl:> HirerMorrison Brown J H Evans J M Hill CV SherwoodPln M C :X> f Zapf Kar!
J M. Uttle RiverMacGoilcle Bru\o John C Evans J M : Hill\ W O Plnder Brltl. Pinter J A ( .....Miitil John BtIIU.'I.t.. Bnnkerhoff Fred E Kvana J R Hill W G Plnder. Curtis Pjtten. II SPPII. Albury.! W L. Cocoanut Grove.
Norton' E B. Lemon Cl'y Budge H C truest C E Houston J F .. W I. Partridge.. R W Alhury. W D. Coeonnut Grove
!Ne: .. hnld J J I.nior C''''\' Hlackman E V Eaton E: L eHsllnpton C A Preston. T J Prlce-\Vll11.m.. v Archer W D. Cocoamul GroveAlsobrooka.
I'.-nt Wm T. Lemon City Brady C W Edwards: Ceo Hardy Roland Pitt., G L Perry. Wm OPrleeWlllann. W E Coroannt Grove. ,
Pierce LV, Lemon City brad ley C H Krohock John Hopkins H T Paine. J E \ JFProctor. Adams. B Cocoanut Grobe
Peters W I I. Lemon City Hnuge; A EBarnwell : FloV J I Howard W 8 Pfender. F H 0 F Archer W D Jr Cocoanot Grove,
Petera J S. Lemon City Ceo Flanagan R S ; Heyaer B E Plnder. Henry Pierre JaPadgett. I Burt.>shaw. John F. Ijrkin
I'arden J 8. BlarayneTer.t Hrown Rob I --."".'31*. Kllld Davis ;, I .-,....J Hart H NHouston Pierre Jaa \ ; 1 R BriM>ks. K X Cocoanvl Grove
J A. Lemon Clf)' Budge F T Froscher W w' K 0 i II C Peterson' It T1 I Prand H R. Cocoenut Grove.
ro'llld l P F'. Little Rivernnder Bran D 8Burdlne Fornelt E A s a Helnkel A A Pope. W M Plck.nsWPerirlesQnlgg. Brooklna.Je. F'. Coroanut Grows
J F. Retina Vista Wm )I l +1'1 Fowler W M > .. Hughes: E H R M.Relief. Qnlgley. W SRobblra. Huffman. A I Cocoanut Grove
r..der J H. Blirayne Bush C W Frill Joachim Hendrlf g: M John B J A I DOCKS A A. Coroannt Cove
".ndo'io". J E lemon City Britt J B I Friar Tho : I IjLi. ?!? Hart A MHlrkson Ruling! ; Robt Rauleraon. en. 'll>irte haw Jot n R. Miami
rro er "'mAIU... River Meekest S E Mler Chas FFrederick 1''i .. J.. L Radabouch. f) J Russell H WRplIlalp nll.v. B M Corrwnut GroveHurteshaw .
p,,')"r'- Ch.. E. l...tron City Burdlne J M ..,. J 8 Hardle Dan I ; ,. .II Roundtree. Sam I J I'. IjrklnsBtinh
Roberts R H. Lemon City Bailey; )1.A } usell G CFritxstmmon i I : t tI Hul J Warren .... .\ I. Porofh. Knemi--. Franklin C Cocoannt Grove
Held Paul Little River Bolt A K: i'rt1 I .i'i'l. J B Haney J MHomer I ll""t:. r. I I ntrh.Tfv.1. V ARorer I lI. rr.. J W Coroanut Grove
Teed Henry. I.. Little River Budd J M r'lower All ; I ':to T E ">.'.>. I;' M .-. .," I Fernet- T. Coroonnt Grove
Potc t' H tents. Uttle River Brandon GeohBromler .'i.- : i Fuller 1B Harrison J It Rnr<'. .\' H Polilr.- \':' MRoberta. n' rzard r H. Coroanut Grove
"ee<< t: J. Uttl River G D Flckel R B I I Hind T F Rees. Chi T WRoberta. I C rn"". R Coroannt Grove.
I'og. rn W P. Lemon City Burdlce M M tIDIDI Fttts S 0 Minson \\ A T W. JtRng.r.V; H Carter. A T Cocoanut Grov.C.ircv. .
VH-i.nr H. Lemon City Chapman Chas Follett E: W H 1 Hna ard ItohtIIPllllnclon Ratify. L R Ramsey W W J W Coroanut Grove,
T'olfP n. UtOe River Cone C I -iT.: Flower A J T A Rush. W Blotierta. Rosa E H Co|"man.T ho R. Cocoinnl Grov
V rdevant W D. Lemon City CookronCunningham I '.. I jar Ferris H T I I Hurman Wm F Thoa E Ro a. A H C',' msn. lx>mle) I. Coronnnt Grove
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Prood'lnt: Emory. Lemon City J Freds Ceo Jr H11! A PHo"man "oiter. J a Hitt.. I. J COT!.. Alrwrt W Cornannt Grove. ,
t K''ir F M. Lemon City Coleman J F I.. r. rarria' W W 1 I i I' D D Rivers 0 Roaa. John F i Con.lrv P W (" ...""nll' Grove
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Sotr J J. Lemon City Carroll Chas J \ Fife J E: Hart T E "Htr. K J Rom lI. E C Desn. P C. r'-otl E *. Lemon Citrhplver Chandler: G L [ r : 71"1'r I Krriure I X Hardee R J "lies." K C Fnrt.r. Fred ('it,, F Co 'o- nnt C.roveD
\\ J lemon City: Coiirlcy Chas i Feaster J T -V"! p'TJ.1 Hopner E W nin. .*'l. M D noherts. John F.omfh. .-a'horn f f rnrmnnt GroveDiwkl"s. "
F' Bto- W (;C: lmon City Csrdy J W 'f -1't I Flr... ..ra I' T He.. let I. D G R Jr rtrh! rrts. JV B F C icownnf Grove. q
F'-bmldt (."... Lemon Cite ('o"ipirger; H Fieers| W L HU'ler H L thrklf'W Pober' nn T E fVarborn. Cor unit Grove .
''- yy..r Dnn.'IA. Lemon C Fver Kobt H, I>emon City Chafer. R E Freeman W BFsudol Har'l J JHUlrb.'n i "oun. Geo W Balky F G. Jr Dbo orv P focovnir Grove.
Iy.r Robt. DII.... VistaS (.on..... J F Chas G X I "eti.... J-. A 1:....'. IhI. F"An I W ('rosrtit Grov.n
ork. M.chtei Lemon Cliy ('",.t. X I) r"ls'., I Broad Jones G J .<-- P I ....-" r- \jPo 'n.l'' '. ... ..n..O. .
'n he n. 0 B. Lemon City I.'ruth,..rsV E EEToyd : J r.vvn( A :....*,.1 'I -e F n r- F' f......"". ,,' r.." ftt'
'nepena *. Lemon City ( ,'r. r Vdans A Jno.niers.r r.."e. Henry I. rf J C P i'..11 Edward< c 'w t'1,. P e.r .n'l' Geny.I .
..- .. -0"1 rlr! : '" 'n ,tg tat / Ft'' 'ey P"'pr 9 i- -' ..n .T M ir u rR .. -..' -... .
L" .. wcisor C.y : :::- c : H B .1 i :.!I on \nrtn .;. Rt! r'". ". -'. i J i' !: i c"nut GTAOE ,...



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T1rEL'" P.'GES
TIlE IilLUO M111TRa1POLiA. 1'R1Dll' (
O1'ORER IDOA
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...riK>n Henrv LarklnaGiwn Le.l*. S P. :Naraoja -

bi: Cutout Gio\e Lee P li :Naraaja OORSETLESS COSTUMES. Florida East Coast:

Ga ,.a' .J! \\ LurklDlCii March I H L :NaranjaMaull Railway
D ee.. -.... ...-.. ,.._ tkeuw I
ur ."<] Jit ... liHo nut Crux IL. :
Naranja Women Who Do -.... .. Geraa.ar.bolo. I lute! Tiaw Card N*. q. !I. Effect Seftnkr I M I IKi.OVT1W
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n 'd .I I t'o. iianut (ji.nr M t. ,-. .\ N. :NaranjaM
(, .r.: H I' C..o"nul Oruteouuut ,.r v .I| VA :NaranjaM. < ami dug in IwaP atten.l.-d
tlu'dn T J. Uu, >\... Lt 1 1 Hrnr> :NaranjaM tbe attempt of a uund!**r of G;nniii ====-- -- -
The Cheet4uL Ne.a Old Pltblti ladle, to>> ....tll.\I.1& a ...ilt of f.'mln I ;.: I .nn. .,_ I -
Hit "u, J I- eN'olloul Grote : .,..,|v (Ge.. U :N.ranja M I :.: I
li ,k. \\ A H oioamtt (role :\". .. ....d. 1. 1 :\aranJavuu drew* that _shout 1 t.! it mtce lieiltlirnand ..... Art,Le. ---- I.r.dd,1, ;-Spa--< -i psat twee-
pity .
pounded Florence .
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}I i.- '" .J"I.11 i i .J l I' Minit (,i L,1r ') 1 I. K :NarullaI'lututu' beautiful To call attention t.> t.:.osubject 1 .... M Yr\ .. """ I.., ,., I. .; I -
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I I' -\1Jtr. liMOdHU GroVr r. C'ha, 1 :NaranjaI lose Kangu ey. Who Practicn they arranged ad".,.,. repel l ltlon 1 twee 11..... I y II..lIr..e., .r t Ipa"'". 1 7.4._.
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Harder J J Ctnoanui (..iov.tl i .. na i il \aranla: Whet She Preaches In Mu.iKh. Tlap. 11 h.- I.,I t I. 'h at'. I I 1 laa.
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,- \\ au>. H. Curoaou' (.rove P"'andr hur NaranjaI It wa In ehare of w ,rue." of brttiii If L 11 trLi I.I'... a. 1 I .,..'p. I .r.a
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11.1..1.' i Frank moiibut GrovtHii I'i..r. II" :Naranja and trtltlli taate Their chief aim / tip. ( ., _
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\\ m, 1. (ixoMUut Gnve I arlin I B \ :NaranjaIa1 Furls. baveJu formed a ">II!KPbllora wt to tbak the power of the corsettTStrr : 'bp.- \a. : -- I. "'" i I .

Hev'ttt Ai.. loioanut. (,ru,.. *"it E W. :Naranja" club la your D4'tcblJorb.,1aDd l t NM 11 a ti"-L._ .. .. 1<,Iaprot'.n..I. ,. .. "J I 1 aya .-....-

.I.nu- VA i I. ('oroanul Glut Prim... H I.. :NaranjaRobert are you living up to It1 You know I in,. a r.n'e.l I I re bp.,. 1, at'la..
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J..hl.Sotb Larklnn !' 1) M :Narauja. the grarefnl. Cheery story of Tin M .... I I.Np./. I I" I"'r/I".n, 1 sap.. _
orate
He" S J Cocoanut Grove I IK Ho.< (' R. Neranjasnell raooflgurattM ot MlM Pkllurr"Kiss I M cep. 1 IAr 're Mraa 1 at I lapa_ /1 1 Caa-

"mi' A A. lixosnut Grove L :N, NaranjiNble I 'tl Mpg A"' I Ms H..a.a
Pbllur, wb acted on the tra<'li U... :1:: 1 119:
Kramer. Goo I- Coroanut Gro\e :dt. J C. ;Naranjab log ot a a. railed -u... thought" lee. II err a a iM.upa IL_ onaga. ..".".?.1.11'Jan_ta.n : I' "'- ....
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Tee W Cocoanut Grow I .tvln. John. ,.. : "' ''' _a_a, _
NaranjaMatin rarer that we ran have every ptwltblaxg 1 tope r. ... '.. ..." a ,. ..
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I..nll: A f Cocoanut GroveLjmndv frank. NaranjaTlmm al HIli .
vu desIre It we bmv. petted U -p. I .... I,A'. t -
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Beamtn Corounul Grove .. J H. :. 1-- 1 M
NaraajaTajlor toad that It to Coming to... xisl'hpnrl : r11-IYi a Ile : --- .
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LarkIn. W A, Larklnt' F H. :NarinjaTveedell heard the lecture and. bet w I .,. 11 ... Ltl ,eared 1'1 II 1 Ipa a.: 11. ._..n..

amt H; Cocoanut Grove I I M J. :Narinja a rather foot and neglected llttl- "Eli.t: :::- L.-: n. ...2.w r. rrai
Leach ;. I us.M : : :
Larkln .
.011<'0. 1 J H. :NaranjaWalke tptaxKer who wanted a wboie M ot .... 1 au-+ lo..t ..... I p.u.p.. I Ma.
Ludlam J W. Cocoanut Grove J R. Naranja ... 111a. .
i : she lrpa ...... '..111. .
thine tin ply asked tbe EnclrctlBg i. .. .. ... I. '!"' t I-
Monroe R M. Cocoanut GroveMar \ Ca
\ Igfin. Frank O :NartnjaUarrell
| Goad" t. give them to her. and I .... apnea I IT, ins.
In K Cocoanut Grove M U NaranjaU J I r I .... I.., II \u U ....
V
Monroe Kink (ocoanui Grove I igglnlon: J T. :Naranja the* waited la rbJUllkc faith till they \\ 1 .r rpa . ... PM ....i...? 10) L... II err 1
fame M they did. 1 -- 1 11,.. .,.. .Tub.,.j''., Ie A. 11 ,
Monltomeq C E Cotoa>nut GrovtMorro Murr J U. NaranjaIterrneld 41p. .. F.1.a. 10) 1a I I I II '....
B E. Coconut Grate I IMernrk IVerlnrt. No 14 Mrs Florence Menw Klngnley. the ar.= = : : Jer.e.: I:I,, ::: :: ,laps
anther ot thai and other atone* equally I : : .. .. ''' cep
S G. {'ocOl ... bold.Harold Ooooacut Grove ruormlng. Ihres op to her ova doctrine I 1 7...p.. "..' J.p/r.r I
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Pent Id"ard. (iK-oanut GrovePerrv R Dt>t-rlle.d as fall, u abe make Mls Pbllort do / 1-. 1 lap. a wt Pala Mw. a S._ I' 10 aepa

{.' H. Coroanut trove1't'IIOl'l lfaatkcekier W F. .werbed! She bat tbiwlore faith In lIMo Eu Jf 1 1 1/-.. /1 ."...-.. .Rev.I.....".'... ,... .1111'nap..
Cub"v J J. Boca Ratone I / 13.: a .'p.1 .
Jarknou .oroacut (5rove circling Good. which I* ready for in n.lay. .. r.nl I.. title .
7 .Of\a.
('ti.' 1 h",. .,. H M I IVerHeld .7.. 4plD .,'1. 7 sop.
Pea .." K J T C.ro.inut Gr ivePem If we only give! It a hance to maul -. >> '''pm 11.11....'. ; "'II" 7 I'm
I' J Ca'oanul Gnnclea' Ch"'II"l no t' II. DeertteldG Test !Mr Hlnglry ha* a \pretty home 7 b.aa Itea. n ....,.... I.....", .7 _. ..... ."(1)
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u. r !tolJ!. 14..rleldHou. 7 to a.1.ID r .. chat I up"
on ft a ten lulan Her. I .
.e H 1'1. Coconut Grove husband liev .'" e ram ; rpm

P''in' Inhn I .moanut OruveP : ".... J .R rVerfledHarl. Charles R. KlBgalej$ In pn-ttor of a 1U rem .\.! II :: ;;I1., : I II'IIf.r."M" ;,::
\ W. ; eerAeldlung
')tte' h s Ctt'ounu Glove church thert She but fwir One s ms --
.. l G.-., A. IVtrfleldKiikird / /if / ra I ; -
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... R. .e I-man Corojnat GroveP and a young lady daughter. moat othem I 11.11., ..told r,' n.1 ? 'I.
-. :\ M. tr Boca Ratone
< n' Jut M S ('oiiunut Grate In college Tbu<'gh she 1 I. trw ) -
1 humaN' F: 0 (IVrrfleldHani Aa 17 '
1'', U s 1'oroanul GrovfPe mother of grown children Ur*. King M If lea II N.' ll 'M '
Ma.. fee/a D'I .UI'O" UUrN t.,
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k r." ( ocoanut Grove (. 1 f r 1.1 0.1, .. ... Dad: f.req /':'
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I', !1/. nrv tixonaut Grove .\ver LT. DaniaAiidenton I __

f'.n H \\' (omanut Grove H C. Danla rap.Wpa t'I" Ism I.a T. I': I.
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l"'r' I M 1. (ixodnut Jrove A ...,,!rook, S"I Danla \ 'tr I i Dye N 'ram : :::1: ; (: '.t I ; : : :,; : f ;
Ij AUL al' M \ .n. 1:' :,. :. .. : ; 1 eta
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X J 1'.n.1 GroveI H"'k' H H. baniaKrvali and to deuijnairat that the feiunletgure loqa II at'. : I Ia1m, I ... .r V4'. '.. rl I. L
I.i I I. Cocoanut Grove J M 1. DantaKrvar I a.Dye

P'., i> B"url) C'''',..niit Grove J M I. Jr. Danla rould b* man beautiful Without JBOKSILAI A>B vCCIBtfTtL'! SEAMliP
than with It. CONNECTIONS{) AT IUSLOM
P0". i Thal \. ouuhu (.rote HaHn G.orge Dana ea

Te. \\ ?, IkT J CiK-oannt Grove Blown Chan U Danla Healthful the reform model gown on CMMCI: Ha, tt "1..1 stile! Sici..liis., .1( lt< P. t 0. S. S. -c..;..;

hlch.ir4'oi..(reo II. Cototnut GroReddic \., 'hcunbonn \ K. Danlat exhibition cirtalkljr Here, except 'In one Havana and K'eVest.
r I>ert The ladle made DO attempt .- .
K Joi-ei Cocoanut Grove IU..1.| I J J. Danla I ..m..OU'I --
liaDl.A 11 Miami V'r"KI l \ C Danlarr. to thorten even a little bit fie stmtl 1 : aaaruB .,.,
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1.\1114"1, r,.. .I.., a.., ut. ,
kith ... .e.,lug skirts of their 01011.... Tliewivee arglY \H."T tap. I I. 1\\ \N v rh .r..1.,t. In.a
d"'i C E. Cocoanut GroeHi t. M I C Danla Net Ma1 I.* 1 1m" k : .
Ly ..n' ."i .. v ?pa.
of a draggling length that nil \t. I." H I ,. 1,7l
t ex Mnut Grow Gu.lrrru, Thoi. DanlaHenelHrr A a. no at' Yav1N1 L Th. .... -, I I r u'- .riS... /pa
Kkrh..rdv>E Jno L Cixofcnut Grove, T. [)aDia mNla'tln.lmrrlcan[ ...om"l1OIlIJ t. 'I: I ,91 ', r.,_,.., a. 'P"

Kit -.u. J,. .ktG. larkin lint. I' R. Danlallookn %( wear uu the utrevta AJJ.tlonrl SaJ.-s; trtacea K'j West end l'avn/w----

Kauuraoiim T Ijii-ii. J-nut Dana Forum the a rt!site viewpoint. the reformdre 1.'Y ,,'r.-r V..d.r. t'4:..iu' : t _: ... .
h ul I." -"', \\ 01 H. l..r"ln lien<\J. Peter Danla ** eip
H..b.a'' -. K l'aoauut! (reeve Hntl.G B. Danla though oomt of the .
row
Train '
; i Dtchuce fianceerrs rl Sho: Side, \It
.:: ) ) Irantfer.
'Itbon
ituu10' t K W Cocoaaul Grave J..hnsoi, W B Dsnla t on. !unreel: like guys Many of tbeconn .. -=== -

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Slmnlu'a' i \ K. t.... OIlDut t.r.\t' Junes. A T. Danla that the well proportions,Ifouilolue not tin.bUl.la..menu.s, .mt..."r.. .. .01,n_,. to'I.I. ".. r.... I.'I. ,...,I.. '. ... .,. .'..'.,?I."h..tavldt.l rrl. ".I.., .".,...._

bleb' d ('b. K Coxntnut GrotLiDjf G.'rg"neen H. Danla a-ur It lovelier without th:! ':{hrrelrnau -
", A \\' Coioanut GrueMrarllng King.. L) \. DanU wlta tbe cornet For Copy aIN LOCAL TIVF JAPD{ or Other Inf .-mUoSEE .

J M I. lotoanut Grove King J H Danla A wonderful display. of mat'blue THE: TICKET AOE T. "

bUBd Hare! lutoanut Gro\, Lauen C C. Danla made art embroklf1r)'. If on. might us* J. D. RAHNErf.t. <-..n'l P ..., .\zt ST. At'01'STING. FLA.

bus G D. Coconut GroieKte I 1 ipplnrott, b P. Danla the expression was also to b* seen atthe
.. ar R I. Cocoanut: Grove Mar.ball!. M A. Danla exhibition. To aim was her to

Thompnon Geo Wl'.ot-oaout Grove Marshall. A C. tunes detuoottrtts tbe rapablKtlea of tl*
Thompson, Ceo W Mut'Iktn. Jno W. Danla I
tewlcg n-arbiD la the line of artDeedtowork
Thompson Geo \V. Cocoanut Grove !MrFtrltnd A H. Danla I Atlantic Coast
and to hrporlM1le Line
-- rLOSDCII _. DJrOIILft. dlipen a* at
Thompson J 8. Cocoanul Grote :Nvix-rc. Cut. Uanla
wllaf
deMtorkns d
ejr .
tU
; 7 PoD<
To. n..-Bd. W 8. LarLlntafoer Nil J P. Dante try herself look BO more than thirty
engendering band work Her, too. the
\\ J W Coconut Grove :Nelson, Chat M. Danla year old. probably twranae abe I* to show was itxveful women rould THROUGH !X'HIDrLEFlorida.
Ward Whiten. Coconut Grotv ; tweet aDd
Roper Ray R. Danla tempered kind sod polite. b
Duly made to title tbelr
pat notion
Wood John D. Cocoanut Grovt Reames B F. Dents and hi always to dead ales that the tttt what cost tbe moot .In nerenurlly Georgia, Alabama. Virginia, North Carolina
CmlrtPrrrlBct.. No. It j god the long for I. ben
Roper Bert, DanlaHoXT ail will the prettiest. Bat because they cannot and South Carolina
Addison John Cutler I P H. Dtnlattwn raaalfeot Ittetf to her. Another of her
Andreas. J O Cutler \\ M C. Pants cheeriest book U "Tbe Kenurrectloo of t be mad.. the to beautiful do to the attempt to P"palart. -. The great Highway of Travel between
marhln. art embroidery
Croft. W F. Cutler I Wine J L Duels MU <'TII'I a.I .-

Cooper U M .\T. Cu Cutler'lerchethtre I V'II ert. Crit, Dtnla J I Tbe reform failed.costumes a* shown I lathe f'Q'ivk' ; anJ the East anj \\V\ est. North ani South

Cothren W Ffl Cutler J C BtRTASHAW. I IA "_rlt.,,!. Family; *f w'1 :I, Munich ripotltloa. were many oem

tutbbrrt G E. Cutler I i SuperUor of Reglttratlon. Dade 1 tl to pretty and Inviting that Immediately (:4Hi.en>, tit Self ice Elegant pHlloitn Equipment, Mtgnlleenl Dining Tar

Dona ben rt> \S J. Cutler County Living on a New Jeey farm part of number of women Jumped' mto
Duval A T. Cutler I the year. the rest of It personally coo them and paneled them noon the Route ot the I DIME FLYER

uunning. at. cuter -- dtk ting a horse tad c ttle ranch In th. streets The result wa* mixed. Mtn, Celebrated V FLORID N AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

Fltrh llenrv A. Cutler I DIM >kW?\OTEJJ west It. unl<]u* lately of th-ee g.oeratljoa wbo tblnk be proett agalMt tlcbt Trams I MONTGOMERY: L. AND N.

Fouler J D CutlerFowlerAmCLvabeoc of "'OlD,"",. "".'y are Mr, lathe w. la! rtag and .11 uncomfortable femlnlu. ,

HRDL KLFltber Tbl HaitHng TOWBtle M.1"fOd but Ut- grsBdroo-ber: Mr<. arolme TOO I dretnlng. OJ sooner taw tbe new g>wn rONVKMKNT: METHOD OPItlantleCnaiit TR.1IL1Su

H. Caller Obi tie mother. and ber two dartD tin. |i i on the ttreett baa M al..,&. be protested .
from the T>cr.t tMona Line one thousand mile tickets good over 11.Ono aille. ttl rall.d.
Innonab and l lla
\dele.11 vociferously .
Gilbert R ... Cutler I are expert I against anything tounronventlonaL .... emhrteing all portlont the tte+rthou sale at all
Garland. A P Cutler tbe bjrae and rattle ranching Law I, ,I It watn't tbe good old rate of I:** ....Ia. United' tone year from tftte of p.roMs.principal. for aceneies fall a*

Glltson G W. Cutler I Danla. (Jr' la- 1 bit place did not oew Mtot Wtpnonab ton Obi to a -*p waist style beI8ed to, and plt' and reliable laforoitllon regtrdltg raw, se bed*let, fallaita ."lee.woe..*

Glisson B W. Cutler I auger from tbe recent atorm very natoral horse trainer She can break hand dldn like It.kwp Writ

Cnlbranaon. Jobn Cutler manage the wont 'outlaw However. for dress reformer dldn t Frank C.
: Bojltton Uitt. Pat.
W
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much Only a few acre of re ge- Agi. D. Burt, Traveling I Paea. Ag**.
Hirkman t H. Cutler hat ever breathed out fire and reairoc mind roan lunrh. bat went bravelytill oo IM W. Buy Street:Jacksonville fit

Key J M Cutler t.D.N core loft and some fruit blown from hit ooatrlh Oo of ber | they mine op tgalnst' a new ob- W J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager1'ilminllto. \
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Knlgbt J R Cutler from the tree feata wat rejudng to subjection old I I IIINtrvrtloia. ttarle Fat women, wry fat art them ,

Merring G A. Cutler Mr S M. Alanhenni ".. anrtha aid fa.>ej thnraglVMit the |I selves Into the ue... costume and looked r
.
Mann John H. Cutler the hotel former.v calledlacontm wt for hi* vagery and Mwlmnoen I

Malner Julius A. Cutler Ho.el and bas aiso. bought a large Bbe declare the can do anything' with, :

Matters. J B. Cutler ;I tract ot land near Danla Mr Ala ohrJrw hemwe. stir never feel. afraid SEABOARDAir

Mitchell Tbos Cutler brook In one of our largest real fatal : r

'' dealers here 2 -
Man J C Cutler :
I InulNth K..err". Mine Ow...... I '
:Neatald U L. Cutltr MA C front land agent f :I

U'M I G Cutler 'h.. Florida bait Coast Railway, UJo
A dry girl of tVa.hlQgtoo, wbo bad Line
"lo.J, A ('u tI..rn. I .tin a gaud land tousineu and If lit Railway
..,.. Wn, ('utl.., III." no 'nr\lr Frost ...e would not' led the usual life of a young lady

Ruler' Ira l'. Cutler "nag hat t to do aa he has a art'.1' and never all nru any tperlal' bnitliieMability '' t.
: i went to volt. frl.nd
Re m l. \\'. ('n,ler | Iah'r*' t in Danla to help! t near

H'I!' I ..' ,1 1 s II. CIIII.r] Ionc Lemdrllle\ Colo. Like nearly every tenderfoot FOR

Rat.. Men FCutler I Mi \\' R Johnson bat itartedhiF I wb gun tl: tit mining: region
the girl EllralKXb K .
t.: II. I' I 1\\ Cutler I.'r. r>'fid.>ncH on Chicago: avenuelth Brown wit badgered ,

Su :Ilt.tn" (;..o. J. Cutler 'the ella>ctationi Ott :Ife t-> bay some mining claims. Like. Savannah, Columbia, Camden. Southern Pines

rth'I, ,.. .J T. (utitr err not. most hapless teniW-rfret. ton, she took Raleigh! UII.hmoDdVashill
the bale I' I rt toD. Baltimore.
Si t lib.' \ Cutler If notMig: prevent Danla p..rt-I' : n'lke for common run of I

sn n,. ( i c r; Cuter nn" of the hrr.IrN' tog n. on the them however she made guod Her ttI Philadelphia. New York

Tt.-ed.1 I ,, I E (.. ('ut.er roast cUltua' which were In the Red Cliff I Two Elegant Trains Daily.

\\ .it"onV' C Cutler I Vr: J P Dt.on, the great tom dhttrict and tupputed by those who I Seaboard

"'d -<1 t' \ ('u".r o II in. oho ha- made no much mon n- sold them to her te be wpThlear. turned I Express ;Seaboard Mail

1Yh P Cu: lerCutler .. oT! of lomal..... for the peat three oat etch to gold lewd and slier Then :

I'rI'. D C tears has returned with several otbr It w.* that UBM Brown displayed unexpected Modern Pullman Equipment.

)Jut h. ,; H Cutler < and .jv a Uanla U good enoug- coBnuerelal talent She org-Bland .

E" n., ..' \\ 1 I. Cuter for him a mining company. 1 1I ONLY

Naratt IVe<.,itrt. No ISAlllrou Vr \\ C l>vk.>. Baa Waned t.

nit o'it ten acres ol onion benldeihi I All** D. La PW [ I' I
v **n. apl.eae i I' Ia.1
M
U Naranja other farming: operallax dillr ilrwli steepen from Jtelsoorlllt to let Orluw.
A' d"r, +." :herlaraoJa;
And' ,,u. tt II.I Naranja 1 Nn. \ "MI can depend on Danla b- A graceful lime lady who probably

\11 \\ I. r.ua rg .'1 1"1 on top and Row tha do notVlteve knout more< about the !auhmu of

At- r .I 1 N 'runjaK C I: ran come and are for themHmlMt 1'rasm..a1 <'...tnlmf'l'kan pcoopIHthaD 0" 1 For full inform Ilion a.ii sleeper r*. n.tlt'II. call on any anent ol t 1

("..r ,. \\ NaranjtI ultra any other persju of her *'. 1s Seaboard or write

C I IS :NaranjaW lime. Alice l>. L* Dungeon now ofDrooklvn.

(' Harnna Wounds. and R.rws. Fie twelve years abe and

Doug'" Valor Naranja: her husband. I.... Augustus I>e Plon 1. o. MCDONNELL iss Geo, PW. Itt iacksoariIIe HI
lived In the Isthmus rvunro oowxJutt .
F 1'0 Njrinjai BV p"ytn; : an antl"eptic drea.ln.1 geun region tn1CitJe

G, .,. (. 1. Naranjan n .>nmi- brutes, burn and I exploration there. Among |per as bad without at with corwtBut <.
; .." n Menrv a'MnJa riei liefo-e Inflammation I II l.toMe.ruiD.. they nuecrthed relics and the stayleMi. ilren was tometblng F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr. Pass Atrtt

li,. J P. N" : I Itisrrlptloos proving beyond' t doubt .
G. ru.JaGarda' ,.v niav l>e healed without matura- unusual Tbe form..* women who

; .I I 1'. :NaranjaNaranja I.n and \In al>otH! one.third the tlm. that the mvsterltus unknown rare nhwr > wore thud the had taut frequently to

If,irJIrH t ) .rnld b. the old treatment TBlabe i.ht the mtanlve I",'nlralm..r1ran make tt op In glaring( color. so It "ilr'

n\ r Il vNrann. ar"test dia< oterv and triumpht > tempers and .tatue were klnil tt partly] captured the genera I fr"v

t'"r'nor. Ii 'i N.arnJn rol., I r 'rK''r> CbamberlalIn a't the pe [le c U ,bqllt the \pvramM( ."f Rrlll!\, there are hundred .>f w.mien n t to

I): ',1 1 ? C Nirarjar n. 'n. art nn the name pr\ Inc EIO'\\ probably conteinprarT with wear It In the Ur.e t.00( 'f I:nn" ;'"'

Ting > I I.. \ar nja I
Jerk. P Tarela .t..1..1! .o 'n' h Inliirl1* can_ them Mi..e. r.. Plobgeon. e..j>ecHllv ft.! The snmm'ng rp "f the n-ult ..f the 'ttatbld ay .T M';

Ingr 'fc n r i :N--rnrla I 'n heal l ...." qulckh It also allays ml--* the oat, e Itu'lan! motnen "f 'I I ,' Oeman drem uiovemetit ., far n* ijipemuce 1 rr1MJ-I fkGVfr.pass

Kn'thtKoel "n > K Naranita.e 'he h:.in and seer..nw and prevents I"'D'D'U'" \mitjn They are verv firn. 'h that she with a p>od IllnJI1'1\5 JfOli r''t! "ylfalaj) aolnJV\A

1 l. ,' V' NaranjtW nv rt ne>"r of hlx>,l poisoning. ( Keep bard irking aa 1 devoted to i!". inJufet -.t f'1lU",1 I nt ,1 "IvINh In tIM .. w11N-1 ] :

Kroi e J 'arl1l 1 ta. prattle] of Tain Bi m In your horn Or<-. ZI11HnjlSJa (u:1

ken d' A \aranja: id I I' will n>ve von time and mon rv ;rA\'t'f"I whet i')fln. .;y 1'1".1r..' r Ju-t a. nn.. 'm..l,. I i'I i that m ahr would

K t: .r M A 'M' An'1 -, ''' -t 01 th. In iveritenc 1',- mllrl..sh'J. ere<..t lu arrlap'. ,>" LUthi'r : > lo k .n anvth n.: clue '! S', UNIVd

lle u o 'r r'"' 1"a "n"h \lnnrles eni,ill halt! of Ir ancg burden n|>ou Mont -Tro In v iirvlf' to have a gntlflcnr"

Und: lohn :Inn Inj.Lo '. "I..n 0" (" ; their! r
'C .n. Dews.Lt.BCLA Any a irui nin wbo I I. i >t deformed.
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Humor aa Philosophy _awr .. Car* F.. Mara Yo'e Sec
A CLOTHESLINE I I...!>...

.f MWCAH N SMITI Cure of milk\ aid "".,tin te In the one The MiamiMetropolis

CELLPorter kits Rim Aw-) With Van: bal Rope tb atr that tine n""m.orullD ran lo
fur her lir.rtber. (.illirr or budwud'
Benin Fm.l: VSi>h Stcpifw
___ I PERT PARAGRAPHS.Tl % without, am ,m-tnKt,..n. 11",1 I "'iUnms I
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I th,,, l lo u..e ..f lli.- .1'.1.1. I
'Is are pe of Nw York Bold Trapped I-: h."< bail lu i>rf ii K tine wrinkles
bat lrt .know bow to peonIt ctnl--lpi., II nttawaientn, m.>- i
out of lirr own rlbb.rua. IVr lootaocew 1 j
ID Almost bllr nl tie!. M' .'r |'I-n '''I 1 lmi.'rtnnt
Refrigerator i IH. < nl alwhuiuottui
hen a tie lanes rreti i
Thr wild water are uylrK tblt theybear parts !in a "-"'11"1-l that nljhl! easily

i Freezes to Death. a lot or f,.>1 thin,.. shout tbU ladle I"-.'II a tnxe.1v It out carefully placea a dry

u.m.of the year It \\' 1I..a U win n t.-rpm II bicycle' tlutu over the underrate and pri'm.. .

.' .. th UMMtum lout Iron until tie .
n'| ulr ii at the re.rn.cf \ : trr t w a urfa 1

Rmtne 1.1.1.- and :'t1"J.IIUI nvi'.iu<' lu U iii",[-f:. rl ii.to e U mMlL Then she bani Iberia ..
4S
illS TEArs URN: TO ICICLES Yf onl10 'auty In a t Hi.. stns uii.,in"''"r 'I 10 d I I.<" ,. I 10'.1' where tb.'y ..IU..r Of course any

I -., gr">m lawuor ""-|...,rang a linvy ant ,tinI.I. I.II.* I hll.1 .put* ru,xild be remorad. before they
:: aeea partialreran;.i,'t.ri &U'. 1..1 W erI, I Irutmlua was ar* ironed The Leading Publicationin

feet AtM Perspires HrtbXoac* BoOtaf : evenly I gr ** to be the machine, In tine IIIK. lark I A* to tbe treatment of deity and

mat of bU i.rrrali -. Th beak .r f the ricer silk hat*, they cuould l>e sent since ismobile Dade :
Reef Kef Ar**.* .. KM* U* r I County
at this point t* *trvp sat "t"'"I forty to .Iw Ironed at tb* hitterIf

CxaUtia Oaty Mass Any pretty girl I feet htiih A. Heatb wa bringing tb* eared for lu this way tbey wUI not It gets:: into the home of the banker. merchant farmer

i1L C.oar.Alrtaadelr la: I l hi guaranteed; to oily 1M kn ar. but win trot like ... .
doctor lawyer, mechanic laborer and home that
br able M apply : all the time they are beta* oaed. If every

help to a baahfulmao. I ttbaftMutd, eKber leak!. or out ins wants a newspaper which has the newt the day it occurs '

Pod, bar porter of Cat It#. young I OOOM suited tt should b* ukQ off soda s

kUrltnrvach bou4. apaoda ail ba> spare Dew oo* ...bstftutedT.

tm>. wb.n.er b* eau and tbt mown AICfa *h rir.bM bare wings &bqttID'1 1 an a rTBraoatt coat la eaadi- Daily Miami Metropolis

DII..o4 On BMBlinini M.* to be Soy good ca tile ties a praaatnf shear *.rry rataatarala

gee t..wt hla dots .. )tab .seat .-... uBaaary

and pr." Ha* tb* rap Ma. ** of a .*.*. Pawing at button sod tapaa oa the.odeehMheg contains from day to day the news of the world throughthe i

AU Ma to tana*** Rod aj DM yttbawd ?e.ebiny a .atm.a so ..qot e.. a should b* attended to Associated Press, the news of Dade county and 'i

out It will b* tesa1 Arym.IM ...... eat see a l..f'I'J week a* aooa a* t.be laundry ladoax
. fblnka, bfor* bl. ..>.%.. sod .*.. sad any bnlea to the sock akovldb city happenings It is the official organ for the county ,.y

. are rwontac BAotnarad bf "Uri* loft Onty tmmjiti tor fb. dcfrtwr boas carefully darued with *Uk If the and city of Miami, containing the proceedings of the .

aDd tb* Aampoaaa frt oM el bta titers Ir.e pma> vrt their yuM devout .1 wearer cuatphtta teat Ht.*ottoB tote Board of County Commissioners. County School :'

and .....uu. H. woo atooet r- tbeOevb.Ouraatonally.
Board. Council and the Board of Public Works. r
'o Aeath oldie tor *d In the hnM r- Ineatllata do not roiMkirr' toothacb 'tir wben the collar baada City

frfcreratorHeck aiafol-to the drotM.Vbrn on abini bar twin worn to abreda ta We herewith give a few of the many attractive combi-

'. flat,e. are manr and ..nc-.I I u wa.bln( and tb* rest of tbe fannnt MIn nations with other papers that are worth considering: .,
It U be Wbo _t kelp the be
m trouble la traded' ta rear dl- good condition a sew ptec may

DUT'I,11to with .rery
the "OUllUtoJlDa of the drink rIM c.ara.e. the shirt t* sidled the baat plan to get

, fur br the patron Of most nererallow the starch' out la to soot K la water For $5.50

..' the lee Mm *o hecnme empty. the It la easy to drcrtr* loU of Pf' II6e. dry and theo the aid bond can b* 1

mint to bef-ricoe exhausted or the rherr bat K tahw a grolua to beep them I ripped' off without any dideoity.Jaen..d We will mail you for one year the a
e* and other fruit to be _adDtL known
foUowmgiwell magazines:
while the leotnu Jamturttle t. a par : Ptawvo, '

tk-ultr char.. of bKHe I vacation tbr small boy cooodtoU Pw people bar eacapad Jammed fla- ;, :
.. .' Cosmopolitan regular price 1.00
darn bl prlm-timl < hitting .
a brat mrtiaDcr poroniKtrr tbat R fen, sad aa the polo massed' wba the ,
tax beer k>c*. watching f.e uriirralwater ta bard to do bodDma wtta.DOB facer ta Jammed In a door ta xeroclBQax : Success, regular price 1.00
.. atlrrluc up H>e Runts arM ntanat1n Ant few .
la the itrm for" Its I
Miami 5.10
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Metropolis
the straw* and other things IB Daily .
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of .
A Prui.. minute It ta wU to know some
the ..trI.wratw. It.. these aim be mean of relief Tb Barer should be }I $l.Ytl v
I com to m> with aortal rada
bl. lemnna std to MT time R
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kep I And BMWim waft mat bras> plunged Into wlr a* hot aa eta poaalbly i
It there br ogee ttnu. The Marl 1 d. net car for bar. or cnao. b* bom This application of bot I I All 3 for onejyear, our price $5.00 ?
twrooati mM room hi oat under tbe And rm nit sexy "MyBui and
water rane the nail to ipnd
from 10"'" ties thm. a war. I
.idewalk and a narrow pae.ge And Uttf tf how you And ItCt aoften. and tIM blood pouring oat bneath *- ; .
the lavatory .....,. to Its heary wool I .. me a toad with ana clasp and n.oT1IaILlJIa cicriav RrATIl ICST aaaaira It baa store room ..-tow Tba ,
and Iran door two( f..rt tbtrk It.. amiulrr rn HIM n.. mu bvfclnd It. I. T1IF. claret I
the pain ta lOTMoed. Tb nrer should For ?.35
ream all around atorml vttt I Ira times p.opM like lbe Quaff aauIa car Into the yard br lot control of tbruuirliliir then b* wrapped la B bread and water $ ::.
1 .ki and er. -. with tb. plpra coated j And ors IIDpPIW to skate ItA I m-t>Hh Ii
with about all inch of sew rousing _ra--. rlrrr baak TWir. the machinery -be aesiartaxL, .. tt may lead to BMTUflcatloa : We will mail you the following special offer: ;
I u bf It. I
pl7 eitaiMM r .
In all dlrcrttooa The temperature ta | ,
Warn, rwcwnitian I out out of w hl< b bad UH-IIHC lMrratiml! noon of the hose If It baa trees '
knot; amend frmln all the time, arid attaiiml a high rr ./ >[>r*>l and '
That thine whr. rr 1 Bud It badly craahed. and Bmpntattoa of theEager American Magazine, (Leslies) $1.00
abut t.. mlDutm la rmxieti of It for Or** nw a two 1M! Arm clasp, IIId heath wa unable to cheek It by t.be follow Jammed tee or.usually .
But ordln r'l7. Then br ..- oat andXrrvUra. III Ilk. th* man bond ft.pour I use of tine trace. -bkb refused to rr- must massed through the filing fit Burr-Mcintosh Monthly 3.00 .

flnaw limp aDd llvhtly esoold: e1.o01 to him rffort tu crt: It. ', beary weights and abould b* traatod Good House-Keeping 1.00 .
IVrrk west In there the other dar to And UruM Iota your dlaiuAr I JOlt a* the edge of the prrclfdc. was I It'tnup '
Miami 5.00
la tb jammd Bacar Daily Metropolis
same way a* a II .
.. quit rnoua'fe to rail r bluff
Kjorrcr the trmmM and vac | .evfullyeuyd yt> rr' fbr-I a clothenlitx wink-b waaI I

" '- the pmrr a when a watchman And If Mart roar a bar Bt .1 watt Dogi.And OB a.hi. Hack i I trrtcbr akxiK tax\ bank caught heath Sawa. I Ill: i

rant alone ttarmMrti the node Moat gladly would r... .rmd ILOtva ;, just lirarath the chin are wltb B yank A bnardlnr ark>ol ctrfa outfit b lot I I

.. ground lalirrintb. Beck bad left tbr OM a band with lira clasp. aDd mbtch/ Dearly dlmatr. bra nrtk Jerk I complat' without a "aalkM aort" It All four for one year, our price $7.35
ril Uka th* than behind It.haj
maiuilr floor just on the crack. but th. him out of the awl ttl, moving car Jot most b* mad oa rartala tin... tow ortb

t rye of tbr electric light hr used dkd A wouy waggly >d autthruatIB n It plunged down tbr descent and wboi wardrob will ba larkraf taaa

pot root thnwt h. Tnt watcfaaan aawB BO caltad rrt a Ur realms Inti tax rlrrr icing nothing bat a *aant1al tbat fa Baoocalad a* MCraaary For $5.00 (fin advance in all leases) we will mail to you
b Ul
ror all and km t At
--Par ...> deg Latefee/'n.oMI.tg.Hs liurUon of the rear retells itlrklof out In *snnalr. aa well .. ta mod- for oneyear, the Daily Miami Metropolis and u a premium -
ea I rapaal wKfe -....-.. of time watrr Heath after ....'1.( on arat priced UMtftrOona. Tb color
And with my Art I bind K.Olr the rlHbrallor for a few arcooda took! we will give FREE for ONE-YEAR either the

m* a hand with firm clasp and a lender after the marbtDr bat did not COSMOPOLITAN OR THE SUCCESS MAGAZINE
HI MB u. Mora '*ID4 It
... ico quit. ao far torn bobra stopped
a
hi* progress d-rwn the Inrtln and b*
Coal Wwbet ..
managed to bold on to them until k*

I rrrwrrrd vnfntrrot itrrnftb to pull

himself! op the bank.Ileatb Job PrintingOur
d l I then second a Nock and'Attie a

I and going ta tbe rtver'a' .4g. i I is in detail ;
job department complete
waUj oat to the auto and by diving printing every

Y tnccrr-Vd ID fastening rope to tfc* and we solicit orders for bill heads, letter: heads ;

ailr Tbcn with a pair of nor'** ho statements envelopes business cards. engrax ed visit. ;
palled' the marble oat of the rI....
ing cards. wedding Invitations and announcements, lJ.

f SEIZE ELEPHANT pamphlets, by laws. labels-E\'cry.thing in printing.



you fotaf' to do with mat<< AS PAY FOR HAY ":

. I! mock raker1Lootlnj for 11th, tntra." I I Our advertising columns are well known for obtaining ::

1. ktai Dlcn New Her ft... .. TWr I results and every advertisement put in the Metropolis t

.t I Melt 0.- Hoods aW lie b Ealtef IfAD means returns to the advertiser It reaches the |eople.

insanity Mayo no oocattOD. to I Their Stock.

/ 11J point tbr flocvr of BPOTB at tile lawyers The people read it. It has the new., It caters to all 1

1 who>> taU ooa Bkk of a ca or the And tha elephant aU all night"
:. other' for pay and mate BO pcrtrnatond I And tba el phant ale all day; clashes Rates on application -It your name is not ,
Try they would to furnish food
a
... ... | af believing any arbrr way than tile I Tba cry .... Mill. "Her hay'.. ." already on our list we 11 be very glad:: to have it there. .
r'- I way they a.. hoeing paid all tile moor, -.W....

: .B CUilT A RnCV ElKt AID TVAT HADV B man baa to brttrr I Hoffman Bra.. bay and train deal i
Pr all OUUXJL Tna rtportm: 011'tM otbar band are an at Greece Point near fhtc***, bar

only that tb. door w-sa sot abut and. I aappnard to br Impartial' adradata wino an elephant oo their banda They

t mutte tag aomrlbmc abwut canhaar Bra ...-4, to go OB tba attaaaa ataad aelied the animal on a writ of attacb- J J1u5AILOa The Miami Printing Company ;

. .atoBBMd and threw UM lark sad tell U.. troth rrcardlna of wham tt i iblU. I meant against a rlrroa. Tbe show. ao

OTTT It.-1.... to aaj that they I the lloffmaaa declare. owe them a Publishers the Daily and Weekly Metropolis
Beet ran a prtaaaer Tnlca aom doot do Bn/tblnff of the out Bad tins : bay MIL

body cam to opro the floor be would way la wbtTB they mate artaaca tbakaAdmaUaai Tb elephant la Hung tb* feed stare sortfl 432-434'Twelfth' Street Miami, Florida ;;
of the dollar toraalty mast lie blue. toG for a brown
almighty navy
arrram
ratal Men for klrka shots "out of house and borne" Two mn
notb aaeaaditBC of B public acaadai tray or black one will sot fill the rqolrcmcnta *-
j and vTOTTthlnc eke. would avail I."" detailed' to *bn". hay Into die
lag tbroocb there thick _lie.. Ha and. It makaa DO d1Qs nr. on which aUto pachyderm rtall. aid up to data the and will b* without the I 1

{ dentj rMDrntwd toot b* bad glees b* la klrad. b* mat, tile aaAM Ho ofM I I sorrowing feed dealer figure that at smartness aa mucb dalrd. :
word "** either that Ibo ma A girl of fourteen or aJiteea yan
( pro .
i the bark 'rprr. above an urn supply least ten tales bar* ben deToured.The <
and they would Dot tank for him I .. aanr or ta_. according' ; to tb* way Hoffmant are antfry', at CoDsta planning t.be frocks ah* Intends towear -- .
It shall awrU hi. bank accoaat. to when at school thus fall
ant away
ice coattd find
for boon. H* tookrd tt an I Me Harrtaon wbo cnuklo t any
pole la the corner and thought wbat b* Botblnf of dlmmlnf bla reputation tblu* better than tine elephant to attarh. moat remember tbat for everyday na* .
In the Bcboolroucn ODe of these -.II<<
would br tbra. 11.e felt bta body chlUtn .
( iradaatly. and when a oerrouaprr \ Tb s.Far IkThar ..,Ie Hte tine PX w.rth of bay and atta la tine mot Berrtcrable kind of II

ph ttoo cam oat on W. _brad s a anna; |hat 1 dattvt.On feed we toll l the .Iro'us and now be a drew and at prevent tile moat fablonabl '

tbr drops tell m the floor like mart.h's. that surer KIT** m* Rot: la entitle all our at rk *. Miami Business 1
Night ami nornlna through mj bead tha It muat bar a Moqaa with a wide. Directory
Hr tried to dance. hut tlirrv was Dot I co.i.tu e rt.... I The elet hunt'. antic I In B,11, and J* aallor collar..ucb a* "mldJIea"waar
" room, ao br prattled I<< on Juggling Irmotia. And my rim-p) tt .murder thr I we,Jtw OAPT two ttiara ( square
and a simple plaited I skirt bat
With tu humiilii In th* air-
coM br could
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Ilia U oU rot ao ---- ---- -- =
IT. tb. arty .ons; tIM blamed asqult.nog. reaches just to the anklca and large ---- -
Dot tell I when they touched blm II* I "-... Bear. ..".. Ma eeI r
I| __ with ruffa"\ that Bt tightly and those within the
atr' narrow Th. Out of Town buyer city will find In the
rolled a brrr keg hackvard and forward S. Vleiander a ranrber wino tit'son I '
I around the wrtnta On the left Hat belOw the Mraa of Miami Merchant candorclaeaift.d .
mad bhn colterUt I I EaewM For >. Orofiito. Ida.
and that only Ignoranra."What + ( anrno (n .11. near hada for ready rfrnc "
sleets a narrow pier of red tape Uawed
I
saw aom mint and when bethought : to the dlffrrmca between haw would bate been torn to ple >e* by a
about halfway between the -- --- .
of summer drink' hti teeth hrpan | sad a"'" wounded hear bad not bl" b ir..e kW-ked I
boulder sod elbow Tbla of roorae '
to chatter Hr frtt bill feet grow I XiDrB you never dr r. oien." : bruin Inaennlba and th.'u jumped. upon
baa no eprla) alcnlficaiice. but aa all ,
Inf ennib. and fur br bad trtnl hrvtID | "No. and I nrrrr bell a Job aa a tbe prnatrate animal .a dON a deer opoo 1
the nul:a are mad with It a girl win>>
on tt>r wan with his duo for a mlo muM | a rattlesnake Vela inlaon. wbo LL.WQYSCO. L a CHIYIN
boundto
neglects to order tine red up I Ie
Ota br atoivrdoS for Mr ... -W t.et I lire* abiwt twelve m ten from Orofloo feel that her frock I* without propradornn.rot I I Presto rrrntu sad Vapt&blee Denier to On**, Pataatf lt...

a band or a finger. I U Unnlnf the stet fJ/l a\hrar wbl.eshot Utk .,... Oar Ar D. MtemJ. FU.Oreoara. a*.--. Tafla Aftiataa ......+
H* bad been ID Ole ream< a U:Ur He-loos women are awfully bard and kll;.d after It bad been need :
1MT ......
AMlts.
more than an boor a< si'dhlg to ratt- \ .. aP5.And by a herd of cattW In l'Ia'pu- I:I ..... n_. I Pasty BAT. Grant ma...

nat when br ... riliaaanV *om* BMJ'ara too awfnRyaoft I tnr*. ._ I II Pare and halve aufflclent parba to u4 Mapef' rwtmaarJ. L Co BCCK. i
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H. wa. at oars tbrow toto a to' of I to pow ro*_ when thou Put
kS watt and by degrees melted | art. At... la lair.. (bat ..... welirh. ready pouoda. add L LUMMUt ...Ib3wS
them In a large agate aaocepao
.iioagh to takes long brratt and tofl I i I Losing' bit fonttnc while tTlmmtaf lit 11 Twalftl atrwC Klaal,
Nbl and
a liy CIIp. one pint of Ttnc stow gently I o.Jer" OrooartaB QrBta.
.bat bed tlspKvdOsM coal I tn the hold of tb* Royal ItADaa
"W0. I Aedare'! Browa to atocbadhy mall aten>abp La.... I.m'apaol'1a.' aatU tender. Pound together la a mar Ii Bar sad T.tdlisnato I WILSON A MUOOLUTON
poverty *t bi.t." tar four ounce of skits ..-.. two Baal BatAt awl ....... 4
: .CIN Pew I. Lie.Da. I I twenty-two year oIlS of 18 tnJonitreet. llta Krwet. Miami ITaInt : :
: heat doe be tray I of garlic and IT OBDC** t .
Porerty'bat ancea a 011 U* 1 I Tw JfU BtTwat.r' >
Wmtini RmBtcr Wortluaa. the Brook'rn. -.. carrtad to the f ao..I. -w
.ir fresh ginger root) add ...... to the !
wad kow traratar and ox.Jatela hottotn: of the *****ra banker to tb MAGNOLIA .MOC1.NY CO.
with all ounce each *f sugar. : A. A CAMPggL ,
paarbea
C'1IebaI. and bji wtTa. ramiT r>nltorraMBtiy henry stream of coal and burtad ones
'BrVrt 'Taac *a Da. I seeded ratala aad white .o.Urd aa*. DaaJan to UraewrtM. Hal sal Dials b Dry 0- ant .
WeftsMt aacmtod a peat I trarr toss of tb fwt B*' wa tltt I 3
.f tto BtDMiaJ rw tS.000 f. kffS.r I -WaqM' OntnBba* Paso what t* till 1 mtoaad tat Bti limn Bad whet aaarabTvlr Add two aautoaa *f 4rUd etlflja ando J GraIL .... Outs Psrstahtp! .t

airspeed far two daya at a* slit with a mode boat r w-i< nile the man bad bs cup Bl vntiif. MnBMV'foftaBaluale I ... T' a., sr-i tr Wow1a9.. eel A-.. I. us,..., ... .
ISw*. IWH It to c.. ....* Manger din bath .-
.... ., IUJIII test ....a .US boars.

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