The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00395
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00395
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOLl ML: 11 M' Mil Ell 31. MIAMI, HADE COrXTY, FLA.. FUIDAY, \( ) \'. 1(1, 11KW KH.Iir: I'.UtE

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WINTER I+ tll.l\Gi I IH.U: 1'\1'It."I:

PRE8. ROOSEVELT T ----. I The Annexation Problem Defeated I MORE

Of P. i O 1'0. S. Line to Nassau and Wimp: deed. G 1C llartcl and TROUBLE[ FOR

llstsna are \nmmnofd Both In And Out of The City: wife to 1.Ina 8 lias... rtll for I3u0 lot
12. block CO. 1h-fray.
Wittier Mbcdule No :3. of the 1 hilisldc-ilon o' niorticige G. Wllirtel .Y
P i. O. 8. h Line. between Miami Flrttt =National Bank ;
I nf :It. Anguattnelarrauty: I
and :Nassau' and Miami and Ky Rest' A Small Vote Was Polled and That Outside of City Was
\ did M.iry "Bricked and
and Haviina. has Jurt ben issued I W. B. Bricktll to W. L. Sear for :
Almost Unanimous Against Becoming A Part of
:.tPANAMA li shows that beginning Thursday I' j 11;SO 15 acres In section 18. II). ,3. : OIL CO.

January 3. steamers mill leave Miami The City of Miami-The Votes Cast south range/; 42 east. I II
: for Nassau on Thursdays and Mondays \ I I Bond of title. Bariold Genovar and l ;.t

sailing on the return trip from wife to Charles M. Denham I
Nassau on Saturdays and Widnesdavs Warranty deed Hilda A. Moffatt ;.

This mill continue until Jan- From Dally Metropolis, Nov 15 .i The votes were cast and dividedas I to Robert R. :Niles' for $.Su\ lots

: ARRIVED THERE i iTh ARLY TODAY nary 28th. when three trips a week It will require something more I I,I follows. t5 and 56. Union City I I ATTORNEY mm[ [ MOODY

mill be Inaugurated salllnf from than n direct vote of the people to I,!I In Miami For annexation 111 ; I f. Warranty deed; Matilda A. Mofi ,

Miami on Mondays. Wednesdays. and annex that ('f'rtal.aburb., or terrl against: annexation 47 thrown out I i fate to George U Moffatt Sr. for i j:

Fridays and from :Nassau' on Tues- ,I tory lying Immediately contiguous; ,,4, Majority in favor of annexation I II. fouitevn acre In lot J. section 1 1S I;

dajs. Thursdays and SaturdaysHeglnlng ito, the northern limits of Miami and C4 votes tp. !S3 south range 42 east: II >,

1 on December 14th there make It a part of the city proper. enjoying | In annexation district For IIDnl'li i Warranty deed. Matilda A. Moffattto '
School Children Sang Rational will be three sailings weekly between I all of the necessities comforts j I II atlotl, 7 ; against annexation: ... ; Mary Nile for ISO lots 51 and Begins Proceeding Under the Sher- ;

, Anthems As Distinguished Pal ty Miami Key West and HavanaThose and conveniences etc., that void I. Majority against annexation : S3 Lemon CUy I flan Anti-Trust )
from MI.ml11I be on Mon- come therefrom 44.From Warranty deed Matilda Moffatt Act-Petitioa U _

Landed Greeted by Pinna Dig- d.js. Wednesdays and Fridays. with This was figuratively the decislln I the above figures U mill\ beseen to Matilda Mies for fuO, lot 14. I Filed r-
Equity Other
e -Seventy Corporations ,
the return sailings from Havana via of the people In the election yesterday that the ordlnanct failed to Lemon CltvWarranty :

'alUriet and Given Royal Welcome Key Meet In Tuesdays, .Thursday to determine whether. or not the I carry. and that the city limits" of deed. Y. I'da A. Moffatt Are involved ;

and Saturdays above specified property, should be Mlapil must remain as they are unless 10 Mary! Niles. for I1. forty acres

The ships to ply the above schedules annexed: to the city of Miami. Ac- I the expansion advocates adopt ID section 25. tp. 52 south rauge w

have not been manned yet, but cording to the call for the election some .ther method of bringing; about 41 east I ..,.

It Is known that tbe travel via water and In conformity with the State law the desired result Mortgage deed; Ned Avery to 8 I..
1 Colon. Nov; 15- President Roose- '
from this port tbe coming season It was necessary that two-thirds of The Inspectors and clerks presidingwere W. Brown for "2.50. lot IV. block I I Washington. SOY. 15- Attorney-

t veK left the flagship Louisiana at will\ be better and more elaborate I the votes polled Inside the city proper as follow: In MiamiP.. L. I. Erlckson. addition to MiamI. General[ Moody. acting througn rf'SII i
tI4) landiftg shortlyafter. I'
Ibis morning than ever before together, with a like number of Owens 8 Nanlandingham and Warranty deed; J. Wand L.hrtck- I dent Vntted States District Attorney "

"I' those polled In the proposed annexation W. L. Ke'ler: Inspectors and G. son to Ned Avery for ITS lot 10. today Instituted proceedings againstthe
He was met by Canal Commission- Hew EnglneertBf Firm district be In favor If annexation D, Brossler. clerk block 1. Erlckson addition to Mlami Standard 011 Company of New :, '

c wr Bbonts ('b..f Engineer Stevens Mr C. L. R. Barclay, of Johns otherwise the plan would be In annexation dl.lrlctD.. K As Jersey under the Sherman antt-trust. 1'.

and other high officials The Klloolchlld..D town Pa, baa arrived In the cityto lost. This was accomplished by a ton. C F. Youngs. II. K Downing. Warranty deed. R. S, Smell to Allen act by filing tn the United State 4l '

of Colon mere assembled at I make It bis future home Mr rot of US for annexation to 104 'IIDIIPf'C"ton. and T. G. Houser clerk L. Chandler for lUG, southmest Court of hi lx>uls, a petition is ,; 'I

the pier and were singing"America"when tbe Star Barclay Is one of the leading engineers i against annexation giving a majority I( Very little interest' In the Issue was quarter southeast quartet equity against the company and seventy .

r Spangled Banner" aDd. I of Johnstown, having a number of only 14 for the project 'shown at either of the polls section IS. tp. 55. south range 40 constituent corporations and +
. the President land*), I
. of years experience as a railroad east ; partnerships also seven individual
Later-Tbe Presidential party was and city engineer He will ent.. Warranty deed. Jens C. Ksklllseu defendants \ '

greeted by President Amador and Into partnership with Messrs J. 8. DADE and wife to Danish Brotherhood of The petition asks that the combination .
the entire embarked on a COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS '
party special America for II .and other considerations be '
{ and E. 8 Frederick and tbe firm d"clared unlawful and en- ; .
train for Panama stearaing slowly
mill hereafter be known as Frederick various lands In Dade county, : Joined from entering; Into any contract _
to allow an opportunity for close
A Barclay Mr. Frederick businesshas --- or combination In future In the
observation of the work on the canalA grown to such an extent: throughthe Will Open November 21 restraint of tr->de S
heavy rain Is falling there today OFFICIALLY CANVASSED YESTERDAYFrom Y YI
county that it has become necessary The Hotel Biscayne under the <
President Roosevelt will be the guestof "
to associate himself with partner management of Louis :N. Moss will rCLAKM: : i i'lIR\O UP ;; :
President Amador tonight !' and ther..rore.lr Barclays ad- I re-open for the ..season Satnrdav: TEN: Ilol.I.\Rt A MURK '

tent to Miami Mr. Frederick is well November 24 The Biscayne has -

Mill AI"JC1K Isjuaetk-s: i known to Miamtans and all\ throughthe Dally Metropolis, Sot 13 I i i I Geo B Baker . . 74S I been thoroughly overhauled renovated New York. Nov 15 -The StandardOil i'

By agreement of counsel argument county He rayed out the streets The board of canvassers of lcf lt For Count CommUslooer 1.1.:1.03: 3 and otherwise put In flrst-cliss I Company today declared a quarterly

la tbe case of the city ft. Salem and grades of the city of Miami and Tuesday election consisting of I R. L1'all 713 condition Mr and Mrs Moss ar- dividend of ten do'lars per .

Graham et al charged it the Mu-, I has resided here since the city was 'For County ('ommlllllon'r.Dltlt."o: 4 rhcd In the city yesterday and willdevote hare The stock sold off 20 points ;,r
Judge A. E. lIe'lf'r chairman of the
mtclpal Court with violating the city an Infant They will\ continue to I i A. Lee Allen .1s all of their time from now to 545 soon after tbe dividend was
Board of County Commissioners T.
are limit law which mere continued occupy their present office over the I For County Commissioner. IRSo.S on getting: ; the house in shape foi declared "

; from last Saturday afternoon until store of Burdine & Quarterman A. Winfteld and County Registration !IE G. Tveedell . . . 699 he opening t
Officer J. C. Burteshaw, met -
, this morning was again continued yesterday | For Member School Board, 1st Dim 1\fI''ORT.\\T' F.Un'1IUL '
In the commissioners room at
today until next Tuesday morn- Herbert A. Pennock . . (45 ('tF'ERENCE BEING: HELD
the court house and canrasv-J thevote ,
> tag In tbe meantime air H. F. : King Mackerel of Dade county. The following For Ml'mb..rhool Board 2d Dlst 12,000 Poundsof Charlottesville, "'.. Nov IS -An

Atkinson counsel for Mr. Graham I J. Anthony, Sr . S88 Important educational conference .,
Is the total vote cast for the several i rR
and Mr F H. Rand appearing forMrs 1 Member Srhol Board: 3d't. has been cll..d by President alderman -
. Are candidateand submitted amendment t 1
Flanagan complainant will go ]. Becoming to the State constitution: I l\\' W. Farts . . 6S. Spanish of the '',Iverslty of Virginia
to Orlando and argue the petition | For Congress { Amendment to Art. X\'L.1 Sections I Ito meet here 1\nnmhPrU: Thoseinvited (

for Injunction sued out by Mr\ andMr. | PlentifulAnd : 32 to 35, I ituialualve: MackerelWere | Include the presidents of IM'Y1"0 ...
Frank Clark . . 7X1Jno I
Flanagan enjoining )lr. Graham I I Against . . . 491 State universities. the president
F. McClellan (Socialist ) &II ss
from further proreednre tn theconstruction i For . . . . 360 nil \1-gtiia. colleges. State super-
Justices of the Supreme Court : I .; ,
of an addition to the 1"0 .
nd"nlll lIf :North
and South Caro- '
I Jas \\hitfleld . . 627 -
old Everglade; Hotel property The I Majority against . . 131 ". Tennessee. Georgia. Alabama.
I Chas B. Harkblll . . 4Wm. >: 'l
Injunction Is nom In the nature of Amendment \'. "' ,
: tort Sec S : r gin u and other edjcanoaaj
C. Green (SoclalUtl . 190
a pre-emptorv writ and one side will Will be Handled Very I ror . . . . 30") Taken Yesterday By ,' :,' iders The conference Is called to
For Railroad Commissioners
meek to h.iv It dissolved,' while the : .Against . . . . 2R4j ''cnnxiuer the relations between eol- :"i
W. C. Beach . . 167
On the Market > Crews of Clark & Gerrock-
ether will pray that it be made permanent Extensively ; and
iges schools
I NAB Itch . . . 72: I j, preparatory '
If the letter prevails Mr j Majority for . . . ... 1
It. Hudson Burr . . b!'3 I I
; Graham will be prevented from completing This Season-Are A Fine .Amendment tort. V., Sec 39: Were Fine Specimen and OHIO \SOMC KMMOX ;i iI
\. C SII1&xlali.O) . . Su
i' ; the addition. butif Jt Is I For . . . . 334 I Columbus. O.o.OY:. I" Masons "
dissolved he can go ahead'ITU Food Fish-Good Catches For Representatlte . . Against I . . . Ill: Will Pack About Half a from all over Ohio and surrounding
J.s Watson . . . 861 L 1
I Mites: are arriving here today In
Mere Krrley Institute Now Being Made For Clerk of the Circuit Court: :Majority for . . 112 Car large/; numbers to take part In the ,

U B B Tstum left yesterday Z. T. Merrltt ? . ? 844 Amendment to Art. V., Sees 40 to reunion of the northern jurisdictionof ,
I )
morning for Jacksonville where he For County Treasurer: . . 47 inclusive: Scottish Kite :Masons. Many luaontc ,

win spend the next week Or more tn ('>f'O. G. Currle . . . S U For . . . . S3/ dignitaries are In attendanceit J

Boring the Keeley Institute of which I For Tai Collector: . . Against . . . :4\\1< the conclave. which will last three
From Daily Metropolis. Nov II From Dally Metropolis Nov 15
be Is President from Riverside sub- T J. Hardce . . . 857 I I days \
:, orb to East Jacksonville. and placing I| Kingfish. those ravenous monsters :Majority for . . 37 The fishermen are having: their
a new pb) .Icl.n. Dr. j. N Taylor ''of the deep that afford the bulk of For Tax Assessor: Amendment to Article XVII. Sec 1. wishes fulfilled Mackerel are run Work On New IV..t lard
Geo O. Butler . . . MS
In charge The Institute Is doing 'pleasure fishing here during the winter I For . . . . 27JAgMnst : ning In large numbers and gratifying I For the past several days Mr W

.' a good business and jhe$ change months. are making their appearance For County Commissioner t.t.So.l : . . . 227 catches made. jl I HufTstetler who will build and
considerable and Chss W. . The first large c.tjh of these much
' : U location Is made so that It will In numbers McPherson 700 I : j operate a boat works and marine I'

I be more accessible Or Taylor, for the past several days very fair For County Commissioner Dist No 2 :Majority: for . . 4*, sought and very profitable fish to be ways on the south side of the Miami
"/ the new physician In charge; It mill catches have been made 'I| made this season was brought in tnis' Irl..r near the Benner Schooner tine

; be remembered. was located In Mikaml I I Tbe krngflsh Is a specie of the t morning by bo.its of the South Floe ; dock. has had a large force of men

for ne'.ril months lastear. doing mackerel. but of a large size. equal- i Ida Fish Co Clark *: (.crock The it work clearing the ground and
a drug: business and practicinginedlclni llv: as palatable and preferred by THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION I Icatth was made at Long Kv ana (preparing for the erection of the

.f al the corner ot Avenue D many' to the smaller fish of the same 1.n I""d of about 12 nun pound of l I.workshop etc The later are now
>"flntb I variety In the height of the season I lfl.h flesh The same compim hid.
and street well under
< I w iv and i'hin .i fewilns
| they can be caught as fast as .1 iiiih" of atMtiit four thousand th.. cunxirnciion of ibo
Mr and Mr Geo .'. Gray situMrs. 'hook and line can be trailed and putout IS ISSUED GOVERNOR BROWARDIn pottr..a, sent, rdi\ morning/; I will have tH..n commenced Thelte

and from six: to (ivhtrm.n from the .lower coast .
*d ri ill\ residents of Chicago ateragi twelll > is et t nf the n..nnpr dock and
the residence of or more poundsI rels'rt| 1 hOlt the mark"r..l.. w hit h .lnitHen In ,
.re donili led at a sort of covt h" mi, <. t h. liv
.'i "Mr J K t t' t, i\s for the winter Mr. I several seasons past the exporting iintmuil ) "M' irce and w .illvredmnct Ic.'tlon 'tu'u4ttly 'I"pl..1 lo' euthwork
Mi here I houses have made a business" and Iorhh' hon with, the "tome of four wetks a 11:". ,
. and drimtre visitors accordance with a custom saicred I n- all "'- and Mr !"! ''I'T..II.r: esp.-e'. '"
1 last wtnt r ,(lof Inning and shippingjem! to the In the memory of the p.ol'Itof l I'b..rl1' that b" ...'. .111,' "o'h IhI :ire bunching again: in larl .' northern markets. and this tit d and thi' the neit few diiulli
season ,
hereb 1".1 .
I Florida I ap[>olnt Thurwlithe > rnt r .n'J r. .s r -- Ioro.,1 n. at thirtd < -
th,\ promise to conduct It on a more 5I. in:' tit tin call'hM'mad.. I hniuktnl ..
| 2'lb: day ot :November a.o1 d.ty II -h.1; tt' tth '1t.1> on.' In chi
: North MiamiIs I| <.laIM..att. stale than ever beloreiTh oUThannglrinK: And prain State I ire of an unu+uall)' liind /;"

, i ..,. are shipped| under the name And I r'omnl"nd to all the pcotele I n" n 1I11'r' n,'. h ',Id :,end Ihr healthy IH-CH| ,> MerchantsAssociation
.. jnf kite mackerel! l owning: to their :: Th. r.t i h roe. i iced this morning Is I
of I hiSt; "te bat that da% In d>> great s..t' or 'the :1.,1. ; e TsllIh.s
Visited ,ByMorning lielonelnR to that spx1, of fish. and out ass< rft>li<.s In their respecte .s'. the t'"I''' ', 'hi., "h ,1.1\ or \i 'h. -M.tuh Horlda Fi-h ('o .101!. I |I""k I 1

the old name of kingfish is now giving plates of worship)[ and In s id gain s. I1Ih. r i'1 th.. t. I' or our 1,1 On h.ilf .' I.'r' "nd th''v were drosm tin.. :!

Fire way rapidly to that of king: crlngs around I..ml'y firesides th. \" Tho".1, Nine IIlIn.lr..1 .llId SIX .,nt 1 1te'l! (or tr ,ifl-Is, .rt.tfon: to. .he "o'h- '
) mm kereJ- a name entirely more .. rn l rk i w h. re to hear |Ir t',.
their .f the 'ii f
[rive thanks to Almlltht: God for 11.,10 :r' n. the I'n" d ,
. suited to them ; ru I .Xll "f the ti-ninit: I''r, Hold Meeting
j .. ::
| "|x>rlt> which) fills our land "thplenM Sc.t the ono !lIIII.ln'd and thirty'
I 'h It. hews or the nia I I.. '<', g: ".n".
and for a ctvl'liation which nr"' t'.r
.J W From D-i 's Mttronoll\ Nov 14 I Mrs F. C Bror-i 'r, of Key WestIs ; endears and consecrates associations S It BaeWtltl) ttnd'he next few doss protnis.I to .. .. 'I

the guest of Mrs Gary Slips 1 In, of home 'iSealI. Governor "' t-onicthinc doing In the way olid .log
I 'rorn I II., ,i's :M.t VT
I About on. clock this morning afire lemon mini c.'trheaI "1',10.' : }11
CityEXPRESS And I further recommend that the liy th' r. .s. moor attl .t r u" .
I I h \1 t r. h .: -s \ wHiaiion uf h'.
4 broke In Colored Town and
outs make r4dy for this festival 1 11 nay 'r.t..r.ri'c! !
people I h. d .
i .t in 'fHiu nt nuh I .n h i
v tbe slee.ilng populace ma awakened with Love. which binds all hurt t rr.to-s or State hies: :; : est.ttc'I: I i h.ui: ,tier s.set.I"" n, .

. by be blast of several tthistltt, R vng CO. GRANTS I j LAWLESSNESSIN REIGNS !.f n'In..r !"" ".rIln. .' wee r rt'i.iii.ht

| warning of the fire The fire To Close ... :, up In the meeting and diI -
Brought a
i department responded to the alarm Litigation i I I : "'. d of The yu|> >.ion| at to r o.
RAISE TO ITSEMPLOYEES j AND ABOUT Inn. HP 'haokHxhlng May was taken
. : and found that a house on the corner
In The EstateOf Julia D. TuttleFrom I 'ii| and dt cn-ed Owing; to the
of Second street and Avenue I I ..h-nce ol several members of gro-

? was well under way towards complete PITTSBURG :" rfirms In the city the matter

destruction and had been probably | was held over to nest meek ay which

. burning fifteen minutes before Dally Metropolis Nov IS for a ctrtiln portion of the estate time the m.ltt"r111 I*, toted upon

The case of Fannie E. Saunders vs 1 nf her mother Mrs Julia D Tuttle I A )letter was. read from Mr I \
the alarm was received The This Involved' .oil I those mho had pur- I I jVnrphv: treasurer of the :\Ian"r"
Harry E Tutile et al, which has
t.a structure mss a story and a half ch ,ed property from the estate of tun rs Traders Commercial, teen

.' frame building: and owged br a New York Nov 15 -The American been pending In the t'nlted Stiles :Mrs Tu'tl. among th.'m t"'ing; F I Pitt.LITE! pi Nn r, The-- Is .I Ii ,i. s ..f HiifH S Y .tatina this h-

widow woman by name of LJllle'Lewtt Express: Clmpany has given" allempof.s Court In Jsckebncilie for something ''T Budge; Rilphorthlngton/; G no (t' ".,l1nn of the >pidemic, of iiwlessnma wo'ild: t. In the city ahOtrf the'ittd.ll.

I receiving less than two over a }'ear. ha' been finally dispensed G Hambo H Genovir J Haven i and crime here or tn thistlclnltv '. .f this week. for the purtsts.of .'

Unable to save the house or anything with and a decree will be entered ba'1.1 and several other The reign of I lawlfwneisin I t,st.iMNhlng: a branch of the a.>n-
In .t the department subdued \hundred dollars per month an Increase tt the term of the nlted Mate I This' mill work as it finale of all the surrounding towns has nevt i|I I" > the objer of the aurncr .being

tbe Barnes and preventjed the fin of ten per cent beginning today Court In Key West toda% giving: litigation hen'after In the Tuttle estate I been quailed I In these pi-ts Scon 'o dispense. with bid debts and to

from spreading to adjacent housesIt The Increase effects from eight to the plaintiff the turn of ten thonsind Messrs Price and Watson of arrests hive teen mid, of u.inlous <. :, t" ". a rested of al' I chronic bad

.was thought ttv the members of to ten thousand men throughout the dollars mere sollclors! for the p'alntlff anti characters and mans pr'miln.t '. i U ,'a'oI l .h"r. Mr Bradv wllr\

the department IbM th<" house was country and will cost the company The suit grows ont of s claim en- :Mr George M Kobb.ns and Pfttter detertiv. base teen "ra.I..1 bra I I'\ n>' otl( < mtr th. iieweil I stared

.eX on fire as the owner Is In Deer- from six to seven hundred thousand ered bY Fannie E Saunders sister son t Erwin attorneys for defend by the I large rewards that have been I I an active lompalcn made afalaat

Acid and has been for severs dry dollars to pay the advance of wages.vVv of H E. Tattle In which she asks ants. offered for the criminals.4"i" hoje mho do not pay th :Ir debts

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01 I h'r' i 1.1 tt in .1,1 luildt ill--, nt ME BASED DAY BY DAY

Lotion are ..t a in" to unIo'"I.,1 i "111111"" i tni.i|. w iilhnl .f
SHIPLOADOF .''UI. : I, "t I' in i nd .1(11.I4(1' H u "in .i i i. u 'at.'h' | i "it in II..t\\ In ".r
A "r i.t, I.nun.nt. h. I I" i,
', I I I.a.' M uorn- ,
h. nd :1a.in. ui ,it- hitHir| :,lnsil Jllst how II m urr dI ; r. r |II lnt.II| ih.- tle ttrl.ll MI sans .
WELCOME .. 1 lIe t'".nut. luol I 11. .. '
b II':. ., sna hurr.ih. I h.itunl I Pltc.'lnlo: H'ar-t and) the wonder. I 111111.1"11"1', its i ,inn. b.n k 'lo I'll' .Dd ,

,. ; iiitlsin md, .. ,. ,thtI ''i .1 ,in h ,1 h f .01 I u ',. 'I- p 5oI I
"I .1| in turn In- i-ur' s
M> liner-.I.ork and I
,,0, I". "Itl' hat lb .\ao" .It' .1.1J' i I I tll,i r..i, hr.ln. the (].'org,,m. John .1 'm.,. 0,01, I m <'il. : SaO ,'"
.... i hill I disr Iii .I'
------le" .fII.; -ilUfl K all I Ir .row m > |pi'li11u
'-' gins n 0 lho' .401 1' h :a n"H.' Ill'Iu quis.ui Returns Complete With Exceptionof I-' b '. .
3'etnpl 1i"11.I"'r.. \t'ry truthfully I n"i iti ii'.lrrl I .I. 'n. neat
ilu that inn md ish lid .
\t. in
I'' r .1,1: 'lite out .,,11 "r. i nta r.
I ( IK we n
ml i./' ii.,,1 I
.., sayslie I\.11.01. \\ uumul.il.d, JmU, P.un- furs hire si I. i w Is d.
Ii t. 1 Ih.i nit! ni4i lt palnlullii wt > Six fat
h Ir"n. .h..I..I"n.I { i'iv: Counties-Big Majority ,
/I' d. ti-I.l! I I r" he t tisimtv -t i !I. sheaf.itt '
tli.itI i. ..ti to'V( r) dtmncratii' catnoaign' l ho. thousands of frit'nd! < i initert i'r 'u.unw rtnu.r'hal hitni' tic ,,101 \
Hi' urinal in
< 'luntntn/' I ,lint
t h.. \t sing, l loll' of l I' !t.. lilt: b".1 I 'hl-: art.r.
I r 'in tli tountrt during the lint t i or Shows Ccaclusirely the
I 1'''n .it .i all.I.11', | from Knnnni slatof tht' public .md thit FeelingI ntKjnU
..r-'InR 4 Irnnuiir' tut* from 11"1', he I U ,the real idol md Imdir of I the I "lie i lirm irowil monK: 11".401'
; ib nun. won In split.. of \Its rit Inni that' would 1I..n the saim, Throughout the State.
nni (iI'ie.'fl* "s zirlmd Austiid I, .l ntiml.r, of '
k ,plain' [Mople ofnnrltj no mm who 'hit ..h. .id h.. ..wards. for i on n r .' -ei t.. jjj J
mi I! ot graft HuRtf and ie...ial! .prlt 'g n i I' it or I
.., it.\ of .: 1111,10. ta
lid <.11"""r "n OH si ih n" m 4 M, H411 ..rsoif l
s uih r'ar.'lna 11.- 10 th.. .profit. nd ind llirn-u ''b... ttts and bruins tan di lit lie' w ." ids md wi l ust'w:' lark b> atot I _
mil lo-i In I .Ja r"l'r.; a-rt.'I I 11\ \ C.t '
'rn *
1' I I. r. i tint roll thi ..1'1"0.i i" ii hint two hlll1.lr'd t ..oilsmd ort '
'Illlr I isol Ib. v ., II,.. fitst t shipload I people right has ho ft anon to In dl 1."ural\1 .if. II \ \\ 0\ d th> 01. I. ,d.nl b1. JMomrs
I ., .
.i...1 :. ft md ahiII arst wns tutrtfindtht
turn. ...in I IIIII.I..n", I landed In a her the magnificent fight; hi. hall made bilmii .. II From Ii-illt :MitroHilN| +. Nov 12Iketiirnx : M II I'rlt.. ., i. I \\ \\ Erin T
of '
It 1,,'rr' Manager Dame/I, tale tht tii k-t ware ted.1i I
.rile ih ..1\1' \\J
I nr. .
South purl s Oil, ht. .
Ih t I' .1 nl 1. r" of I h.. N.'.. to esrhi ioo.o: mllet' ,'r figuriil. in our bistort" i Ihi, -sans\ to us. was not so bad inntlnue t.t.-.t me In of the wi'n -t reel-
w .,r an t it -nnIh., .) UK'amui; I .11l.ndira Km, ..rso t I.r li.. state
1 I'',",' 'MS 1 iitytdi. <.f liar hoiin Inier ban fought! suit h odds Vtitl .1 t w M no' th..i.oInK. rt .itltt d.'in.Mr \"I.n the proi>.osed drama ,I';
t ir 'I .11.1lr. -. w Ir ,lad \.1., l
... end trite ..its who knift.l Hi':Ira but -in h henry (
; to flint e 'h. mini of Krt: and
ii.-, ftnn thitth trust in tit e itmndment .
\\ 11I,t : ..1. s corporiiton The six lountles mllreIt lor ttt i|. f. n-e
it?. > i 01 :iri>s riu h.it .fgnai- n,:. n .,s ( itiKir md I lit :l1.'rr.. n. I Ml
|I. so
run. r'lid M '" n, I 1.1 I.i 011.\ cantles'' ti. r..I I It .md .11 I" .'i. .it:.mist missing in the t.ib'e mat ptwsllt tI \Ir< Ro.iI. run r..I'1| ,,, 'h liler111 ; i
;, n,, liua" the Southland It Is v.h" lit' ,matte ,th ir I 1'\ln trading .
I h. it" i ',,1 w h1.n e w't, 10.1 Id I him. The wi :! ilth tin. -II ..' anditiflmi.ti .s IM r1I-.g" ..t, h. r "h"",1''+'i 'n too !
|Ir. lit 'n'd I I'nll down Miniewh, higr
w 1 OUII.I I lb I tin call'!I cone 'n |push' :" s list nn ui to : (<'at liad
1 ,I.,.L 1'1' ..I', t\\. ,"." r fo r ,1.1\I In. ,I'IPr" d I r-s.uti t i :' I> made
al'!, I of his I own win I" ipoitmis i Jnd'smp. out of the I hit \I\
n p-tilt ml pnnrtt mutt again )pint oppostd I "anti-drainage" hid in the
,' r.-
1 I h
. t ar a ) lie .. .. .Iltl: II' rhh'K>I if \II", r ''n r. .v..
.. nil,. I"I.' Hr'.II.1 all ih big
.. > hf I.ntlD'r) The riot of him Kt.rt 1 tilted, State ;
: ho tilt, .i \.a' ,. .:.- .11,1, I ..1t. n" turns rmlttd up to toir1"" K Sat mug' th' t'"\1n"'I. i n., n i "sun '/
."r mil, Inttit: f"r ht'nK mad. |I. iht :
-------U' now the
on lufLitlou
nd, th .t ar' H.' Mi"'. all..1 wh' h 1 1r of s.n.ilor md his putt' wJ. silent or 'uiiliv nl.ht hut thi, tote of tins.. .ml au',, ..r 'n.. the sell .. .., "'HI r- "
\ .Ii"l i. the SK .,irmmi/;: into debts (hit I iht It.Ib.. tie .ilw .its to IDS. a I ,
..,,, "'t .01 in noth TIL lain' hot "r.a ten antiRumstle si t' d in ''h.1..tr"I': | j. .. .'
\ scant- i a hi'I dozenconitres counties I Is not \ | i \ thatUi
llk.lv to be heats
1:1': "HI: ig:" future earnings on highs I binl' .II'irg" rich 'lints than win .
tnt 4.11. t lOll"11..n hat rprisiiii." sh shoot h
> i II' oeurrrd ,
.0 1 Ml tithe i the nuking: of till '|on mt u wire with him. F\pry: oinlions'; wrong lints Utala Dan : :md It Is safe 10a" the majoritvignnst ,
.ado] ,nith'\ "11' |ptartl..bie nit aim i I.. h,'r t in! nil t\ 1 t. u, shit .

10 rrt t ih m. ntw |tevq.l.| lvug: .itIt of fliiint capital in fii-'d Improve m.wspaper' In Nt.w York except his m r. the proposed[ amendmentwill .' s at the turn n. Ilk ii ->h. saw ,

'r 'h.11I fled ""?ii nt. tht'm the imp nl-: n s :all these and other tam, iarmi o" n wire noising; heattn and ...arllllallall..1 ,; remain In the neighborhood!!: of sirs| Stewart b) ih. Huh ',,r ''hI latvtir
"irt'n'h nf {ropulJr, awnsnicl.I. gtrluS i Clarke haS organized a \Iolh..u'C''b
IT gurmte: : ti Ih"1 I e. hand ittrt out' hln The of his 1 The -.d '.
: mior; owlineal n -.0 when all returns In The 4IKn 'u -uppo -
hers : Is are .
\ club I the
mi and the shrlre++hng tip) ot con- : mot prop* rtMnir "J,

of them had iiriifltahle i mplotment fid' me and credit propertv| :! cit)' a member of his own dunbt'rra" : for xtreme can-n. t able follows. as corrected accordIng 'cal to Meer been a sh i' gun is twee .

\aiung: for him mpt) shells were fmind' 'in hi R..r
d landed !If 1 the people, of the South are i i great!: party -was In the ranks ofi but mothirs clipper was wont tort t to the latest returnsJljionty: :
here will i I Inlanmh.rhi.Io .r"n yard --11
:: : wist In their dav the' will gubordm I K h the *|H>t. and It ought/: to suffice :.
In Char eslon sometime* In l>ecetriber i his Intense!) ictlve enemies. the I I Argyle Hinry. ."tnn".nPd as wit- ',,
. .ite. poilticnt. leg fur ordinary purpi ses Hut It seem '
: eeclan| to actual ,
and now ib.it lb. streamhai : President of the United States with l.ivntt*. For A.'MO' >",. Air...... ness for the .lefens. |t'r"I' ed a good; '
tuisinttxi that the old-frehtunrd mother who
thin If It is solid satlngx; against a Aia.b.a .... .. 1 .
bun started wat I'J !nit witness for tht' State ll> ... with
l the whole of
.. > of ri'adjustments enormous power the knew when to place the *llpH>r
not kM't up it will\ lie our own fat: It They will deal. | R...., ._ n'" I'll .... v Mrs} Kau .erson at hi OWIXMI. sad
with prud.nr and administration/ b'd into the where It would do the most good:
\ VII'Ions of arr. a of gM: >d anl.Innd .!.- restrain the temp man 'U,0t41.d ... M *q .... e'1 h. ard the shot, but ,ltd not know

the onl} land In the moild itlon to too largtlt; discount the future 'open field to deal him an unworthy I has passed from the scene Noa Rnranl n n U Jt ... i where thev: rime f,
t th.. :National' politics ran oat das mothers hate gossip gathi'rings: latbu.n ... ..... .
lotion .hlh the
which ironthe blow and all the money that poll see ierson firing ,them The COST
sure! fir a MMHOII: but sane and sate whire the triad I.q..u on Moral' -. .. .. .. I I'
world nil 11'1 kite and ml:HOUR\ of : n i i |Ian U a wire "n"r"' and mne .
icalworkers could ask or think was I : :
lnisinrM proerts U the onlt bark of suasion while three toung; hop fillsare 1'tar Vul..lbia + .
'I arr'"s of tmrinc: I bind In lorni.. qit nth no shm ndrki ,. on d bo
saltation that the {penpu. of the south at the sertice of his organized anddealsr.ttei drltlng the tear h>.r to an earlvgnte ... c J.U .....
and .''eeherr. air now Iting abundoned found. Mrs au w art dmltd. shod- \.
, lra-l. ,
should trust thrmacivee; In there foes ; or smoking; cigarettes In'hind t'i k. ... 1"17I ,
for the m .mi of lilxir, to rut par- ) eager .. .InK at :Mrs n.lul"r".n"
0.- ,
I r .
liitiK timesPUBLICITY" I the barn \\fn dis'ussl twatthem. Mill if we can get a "\nd against nn h odd and fight I ., .. ... Nil 1,162 taxi In the arguments, ,Iiittg;* VXorleyscord
\ md a more tlgorous appllcation .
: s tong frml of Elllo\.an\ liunngratlnn ----0-_ lag alone, the world. the flesh and of 'the principles of home rule .t.ambu: elJ J kl ]srFranriw .._ the oVf.'udint: ...t.'r.' 1. for

u turned on th.se ,land. it alit ... .. Si JI 5 her conduit and al the com" union.
AND THE corporation eltmtnta of the republican would h.1' to suite the boy prob-
\ Ixtth industrial Ua.laae ... .. I fudge
IK thi solution\ of an 1 eu 3.a.. lletwr held her In the bead

and Koeinl\ problem now sort"Itdistressing "BIRD IN THE BUSH"I and democratic parties could It'm1.a".land News 'Hu....... .. .. Vie 3A .. stared

f the South : only belt him 50.000 v.tea' ."......... ........ as 7' .... II1I,1."n."b It I Is stld 'hr* :Mr Raulerson Mae

I successful men and of The women of the South proposeto | J''t '1 t'.
women I.
nn no to effect
o It .asn't much of a victory after a settlemint with
these dais hate thoroughly discredit-: end a monument to the memory 11..1.... .,.Ib'1 111 u.Ja.arn '. I his
ELECTION !! id the old nuxiuni that "a bird In 'jail and Its narrow..MI should mov of Tapttlrz. who was In cuarge ... .. .. .. ........ i I Miln amount proposing of lo give her .a cer-
or i certain
i the hand I. worth two in the bush" ,I lib" victors to bumlllt and reform'' of the \ndernontille prison during J.ner.-s M Ul q 1 1I amount of
along with
I I They bate demonstrated that the ilill war and was executed after I faetle .. : adlvorc.
tne 0 providing she wi d.'I.I'' F
the federal lore L" :!'2 .
80mmlttt..u. bird Its cloveby goternmenton
the remits of the late in the bush are the I .
really 'TO the cii'tmiv of h* i'hllo1r'n hi
I SECURE a ihirgf of bruatllty and wanton L.. .. .. + 1. Sit o i
election 1..04.1afl..r the battle of taluable ones and worth all the
sister for
rearing The offer
'L-a .. ..
.. .
.' BETTER cruel The to be ,
effort It lakes to JURORS i) Inscriptions placed -
ballots bad been fought the Tampa catch them ; anu I Lon -- Q 452 a'. carried/ with r 'hi' provision that
that the be on this monument will chow from '
Time sawThere can caught i 'I.o..ny ... :1 p ol : the prmttitlnxs against Mrs 8te' -
I Sense Judges, In tin' South wt m to n.
the ofhclil reiords that fewer :
Eter; prison .
two notable uncertain ) suctessful business I venture .. ,1 t
f are .1- .. '. ir' >e dropind[ Ml of 'ii.nrolr
forgo I that the Is as mush a
jur died In tiotithein prisons In'p'uiiortlon
"'IF question? (hiin t whether It it thi 'm this tlt"a.. once a "bird In rut I Cana'nt. .. ... I Ia 041 \ ''n ltlons w..rr r..f'l..d' hv )or,.,. KaalI -
of trial
if thi !
part court! as thiyare.
the I d
to number
i bush and ..
man ,. -
; republirain of Kootwtelt that was ) lieup'e passed ithy nano" -. Je51 nnnt
and that It .M i b.d immplt' ot. ih, northern .ind will :. .
n m a .
prisons .. ,., .
preferring the .
: smaller but It 7 w t'a. .
histalmd, an iunn-t the "ta *
ctiuti ft sort tiluu I tht taki .
I nipt ) lonf.un UrrerJl; drints ;etttr re
.Illicit gamethe so .... .. : .
branch and the otht. in .. h. ( b'r incase : bird In toe St'wnt' h i-t til-d" it mike bond
haled, i|1'1 tiara| Ih..I1'.I"' to d..hl.. rol.lyin..tA't i fusing the | ro|>osition' 'to an rx. han!:.. Oran.. .. 1'l 57 .1''
I .
of 1 toll .ig 'I The h'stor' of '| the Incite MI u n .I..o1l1n".rIh. of .prisoni, It will I... B romplricsvnldir.ll'in 0-,1. .. 1n. I" .
] ther under dimcxratlr ) every successfulHurt 'hit
toiild l I.e held tug 'innht hid 'niilnd
t auspice In thiC1T'\ )' IK rascntIa11) theKami .. law to. r,'.irh \irdnt t lhlrtnuirk I'! of this gillant hut un \...... .. .. .- '

the of U In"I'I.d \b\ Hit ttr>' un lortiiuaii .. .. md the tonduit ofI ,'..1. I .. I!:
Tht indication are that It wan story hunting the thy
1 I wistnot to sat ilawlisn 1 remarks the snub Time corretts man)' '1'.Lain .. 11.1"" Laint .
mil d'' I I
t .hhh retained the aning bush birds Inettry
Ro w1ttttl.m so-
< republican of Judge Pearat B.thaD.1..... wruncsbeta i Ilmntr, '''' Jooh.. ...... ... .' ." JI,

oura! who acre inclined Instance of store building there : who din hug'd .. jur trying JL number I I. .. Lna- .. :b IIlI ,It;

to and> r. and > et the evidence l Is has been a moment when It was the ( of cases with these nuiarkabUwoids .vanu ""'"+a ,,:J UZ cal ; o
:Many good and Intilligent; peoplebelleted
not rontlualve: pubUcantani e. part of wisdom to let go the "bIrdIt i .,......, .. I-I. bOt .N \

x se-ntlally III rcpriwnted by Its multimillionaires hand ( which ha usually meant : that the building: of a railroad ...._ .. .. 711 OJI .J."J

lu commercial I mast- the cash In bank ) In order to properly I tf the dead man had been a whiletltlten from (hamainland. of Florida\ Tarbr .-._.. ... ... .. f FOR LOST BARGES
: IIt. I It would not have taken you to Key \\'..... was the w lldst sort of .
.j natem Hi raSlfoad president. doe- go bunting ( through a winning \0'.... .. m I."

. binaries of brotectlon\ q and higher!: I campaign; of publicity) for the birds i two hours to return' a verdict of a dream yet the forces of nature arc .. ..b..'. .. n _. ...

.; law The departure under the I In the bnsh"- the "bird* of real. guilty. and 1 don t see how any member being overcome and the building of .W./t". .. ..... ::1'ub. \ -

; pressure' of ttelt in the pretdential prosperity.. real eipanslon and the of this Jur can go from the this road. was thought to navebeen ....._ ... I'" n _.. ;:
fullest court and face his fellow citizens an Impossible proposition i Is
: chair I I. not republlcanlim tore-growth: Among the arrival In the
In smaller lines of In the trett Tampa Tribune soon to be an accomplished fact. Soa Total --.Ito'7 Im IPM '.1" city yesterday -
what the effort in the
the bump
1 be
It to party
I little Much of the lack of Interest and great many good and Intelligent Na jorit. salsa was Capt G W Dl'loo. from
enterprise= the succesfu'
is to the catBel -neither useful nor upon ,
dL ornamental And It teems altogether !: lsu of which men build fortune*- respect shown juries ere caused bt people cry out In the same way that Ihal.aa. ... '..11"E. \lli mi. says the "m..II-I'IIOO. who :li.

the class of men constituting tht the drainage of the everglades Is an i enroute to '
: Brunswick Ga.
ti.e people who to ae- ,
of the turn from ;
.; a* though (he reign republican away
same The better part of them are. Impossible\ .proposition but ae work are the Urge ocean
.. machine I. rendered! more permanent ;.tiisk\ of bunting birds In the > going 'tug Kdgar

the of the last i never win the worth.while things th"i what is known as professional l Jurors on Ihi drainage proposition is going: F Coney on which h.. call wako a C
"r election by I 1 U.. Those who take a chance .'' The court and public hold n\ on and d.spin. the d..C.'aof the E. L EATON MEETS rip to 'the Bfharaa islands to pick r,

y The only place where It could who plunge; In printers Ink--who esteem for them and It Is no vorj. amendment I the gnat project will\ 1 'ip several lighter, and I nargia be-- "

do Infrequent thing; for a court to IK hate b..n consimimattd In are.. inking to thi. Florida Last Coast
have been broKi Into with ant ho|>e not pale and weaken at the spec"
I come vexed and out of patf.uce athrlr t cala Burner cal t
ire ot a tears WITH BAD ACCIDENT T |
of good! refUlta was New Yor" and ria"lIaual'y catch the

': alleged demo rah threw the chancea bush-birdn, of fortune "good luck' doings: 1 hes barges: were hetnq: ; 'l-ed Im

I pros{,,'ritt In due time Hut this, we a din't is wrong; It is impossiblt. to ml"I..r..n,1'Ih. I ] he roflnlnuriun'if r th.. Kli \\ ..slc! -
.. .. Th') pn1!rred retubllranii'mt | 1
-1 d t,'rn'tt.uand there Is no n..d for hunters of small bush birds'ihe I Th.tt st| :is jurors nd IH raw h should 1 .- ,insiriiiiiin,, of the pt-opie, ..t .kin mil ritirit: ih r i I "IIII-

Itrrnwct.; "d I It, th.' judiiiirt I Iht Florida the lr. i'M' me of .It-lol.'r '. ,
'" tn dlwuiis the in.ittt r at ant length; classified rda. bar' always bfen I 01 < iiinu qu-HII From Dill) \I rropuliam, : 1' .i. a. "u 11 .ut
1 war to sit Iwttfr jurors alll -I .> and .
'h ,
found I to be ampkhOtY i s S.MTl. If III I Ii h.\ "''DceI I
The tariff will| not U oerloiin' an- arms and stan
munition, If -,, try truth'i is 'oan; a I Lw dOIIl. I )lr. f: I. Katon was. painfully inil I r. itori.il. s I I.. ,.. it
1-ilK-d. III cdll nit will, not IsrP- have ulwatushrunk
from i scan) huh KO mint rx>'nip'' ions t ,n.lit. of I1 I.. ,r wi.b Hit the >""II"' '. I this morning by Ix Ini si r i I. ).t"n-1, ,e .' 'h. air w 0' r-
f"run'd and In f.t I the tounrrt .. ,01, I I1t hunting birds. in the
watt for a IK w it-nl IV m.arrr.* hush in it on a small scale | .turtle. It a soil of t u" ul, an [iron bet pit, tl,.. 1I..h"II.t I ,'_ '. r.

ihroui.li tAe 11.iw. and d r---t It .i' t11.I.1 I .sun "s "t I'n' I.-i .u..a011 ''h"1" wi ,h It '. '. r. "r 'I s nt.Ir .
.ail, <'oiiiinii tn .. e..r.-i-a thit |nin wan ads and tou { trtidlng trim a pissing w .t .:;on
alai: .. :tI It into mil I'r"r..nt..1 III> n. .1 it ((till hi ol .h'ii'11 :M. ti.. ,'". ..,1. in s'urit .is w. I Is I' It.i' Inn I I .I ,,01 ."..
, 1 new hh h his b.- n a .irk.-d I I'fl. crow a hunter of '
: Earl .
mnrntnt. Mr E..I"n: ,
tin..I,Ird_ In due time .the pnstnt troulil.s .tri-mi, ibroiii,!. ., t.i 1 11" I I 1 U. Jinn'"ious forI or p ." r 'h. h, .', .. ." .. ....
with th for fortt t ears
" in m
qua inifflcleut! jurors will' li.,M h. n I ,inv F'I'iIlh i po tllL'a: wh'.. t > sj h',s h'HUH tanC'. at 1 Jth SIM. t .. ml 1 .If .II.I ; .r Int" 1 't h. F'I" 'I' Ida

: -tim-ic that tl" v tan stand the .n I o done ana) with fh, r.' Is err. j for his putuual future io ni sal. .. role his wh'el tow .Ir Is t .>...n. \ : .. at
nation, nbiil! H>- a tl' in the "on.,1 s..ml thi clirctmen of Miami I I ,
1 .. to taint great ro"in for Itnproti nient. ''the m":iutnt of I lit-.-.lay s tole Lite ht ivy wind calls bomg I from ih 4' 'ipr ire I"n tIk- ,,1 I ., .. 1. -'Stner -
of the f. 1 font who don t lb..Ietrotol.e.' "
n Una atr. ; Me 'um
i In thi. s .tim tl.iotmhout tbtlountrt eist and :Mr F.I'on n "h h. .
i jur ) >.ik It'HUM 1.,1 >u- wi" In.lv r w'rd-I .f '1' I "I II ,"-
with them |n>lltlirfllt -or- '. hi.ad down '.\' h<- .
I n opptwlte tht r -< In which All of the concrete pled

S D Hear I's )pnper the New '\ orkJourn D : : : :, Idence of :Mr J. S. 1.11 III 01 w that have' I
till! :Nt. i is ci 'rt.i.,1 with hivingladtertlsid ; IJM. a igon been put In p "< si 'MM] the
.il. Is still claiming a spade a Some little publications tike the owned bt ..Ir J D Olrtmiiipassed
WISE COUNSEL TO \ I hiM cow for save: a+ follows great atorm. :Not a one of th m wa" *

: spade. but vet It dovsn seem twin o New \ ork Journal for a criterionand i mint!: to ill health' I will, 1 and :Mr Faton Just miH".'d 1 damaged: lo the slightest d" gre: e. ;!

SOOTHERS PEOPLEThe I at card. or anything; else:. go down in defeat equally a* sell at nit r. std, flee In township ins running Into the wagon Not not [r ..ho..lnlo'OIK ,uch.| ." that the work:1

--- oft.n. I rang1| .mordlng to the goternj : Iraq; the iron bar It "rul'llr\ : ha 01.IK man hl" was first class in itery particular -
editor of the Atlanta Newsfives In a few weeks the court bon.... j I nn'nt ..ur.n..' plush rafplx rr) 'fore hp had lime to raise his hi .id 1

the blowing tim4lt' advice I will, be plating the old game of out 'Man wants but little hire belownor 'I row iturs old she Is a Kix-1 Inflicting an ugly: wound shghtlt He said that several heavy barge

, to thi {people of the Souih regard with the o'd lose "
and In with thenew want that little long!: Dutihfn gouging; out the eye
" i milker and not afraid of Ihe cars or wire thrown again me or two of

lag the future national political 5ltU-I'' ,." he aims w nt It hi want It .'niitlblng' .I|s r She bus undaunted :Mr J. N I inimm came to :MrKaton I the concrete 1I"re. but the piers wen t'.

n atlonThe O bad. and thires no wat of K.-it inn: """rage: and /:.ltr" milk Creijuinti' ) : 's assistance and carried him I nor damagedhik :; I;
general! manager, !!: of the :New. A :Miami
man went shooting the it except through a "one-ci.nt-a-word To a man who does not, fear death in home 10 a fainting!!: condition S'lmulants :' \\ ,' the omiannt h is on han
wiring!: from N< .. York. said to ourrnd..ra oth'r bay Got "
twentr-s'n quail and "d. | an> form she wt.11'd 1 U> a gteatboonsihe wire administered and a doctor ...\t'ral hundred thotis-md "barrels ott'
te terdav that the hope of amtloml t too I rattlt'snake*. He hot "
the .
quail for Dr \
sent \lncent
-.1-- I Is ti'rt ninth attmhed to hi r wAr answered 'mt nt to tar In thi en t rm "on of
t. diiiKxrutic i vlctort In l 1101"i Tht
rare more 'as than one of Ifere to the Florttlt! Mate Fill' .. tht summons. dressed 'the .
home at tin .1. lit means of a h ro \1"'ro." nine Ill th-' nn 0' was

1 t1 ii practically a tats one B< lng In oiling the other opened today it T.mita| :\I.it It 1 li- log: th.iln. but she wi 1,1| b>. sold trant o wound and made the pitlent an ,com I.I famJg-d f..r marlt \ .rv I Io.orr.. 1 if I
the center of the pl..I..rl.1 r> :
n.-an i D 'he Mc, /:eiit and host thins of Ih tun who wlP tie her right "sheis f,,ri'ib'e is, possible "1- .....r..lv stored md-r ,i ,'r."

j the n-tlon and In tout h with' pant Thi water In the Glades' mu.tht I.In'r occurring wltuiii Stet .. shorifiorn "fr t.lloo Is ."If'rlno "nn"d"rah1"'h"t
" .. our r i oin fourth and threefourths : \\tsi rt the rlnie of 1 ih great
authorities\ mttmred there from all : \ be. n off d tty last night: for the I let all who '. It Is thought 1'1"
, ( in nttird and m.> kiu hi'iii I will, al"\",<) throw hi will not lonethe

parts of nation. pr. diction fonir cold came rlifLi on dtwn the line the grantlisi[ hites. 1 ixixsibleThfre in a d.'ul".it.-bJrr.l I I shotgun whnhIH s.nse of sight, In the eye .. hotisthoat that Is ishori ne a r

w "th. thorough warrant tram the north end o' the State ..1111... nom. thing three to 1 oi : 's with h' r I In :\I.it snt' it.m.rail) i 1'1(11"( r Inl.t Is known! a hi."boat'

The whole countrt Is po-i "'d when it was predicted for. tirrst and b..n. fit ttirt preen in t tstate. the ,i 1 CMS away lor a wt...k tar two and returns :Slab llapfy for life : No 3 ind I I"'r\' simUr! inon-
rn s i p.ch.eansa of material ironies !
.7 with a I'll ml culf with wobbt I Ttii'lin ter hous. boa' No I which,

\\ Thf firmer the 'al".r. the An Bttempt was made In Pituburgtest n | '"-at-, Her name is "..-.. I: Oreat ha|,p'nens! came Into thI .' |I. is swept our 'o ... i n.1"d t to

c i )0-rchint the iniiticturer the rd.it al cruc,flxlon \ man nail Now that N.' York hmie of S '
w- has "Uh.lra..nfrotll C Hlatr, to h/" l .'II"'r n-ces 1.Ihp 1m,," n. w \ s and
trinsiHirnt'on[ nnn and, the inker rd Ms j wife '
. hinds to the drtlnage: the fit, us ot ntcrest we ma That' IonSo .h'I In the next Iniindmt. at M Albans. \t.Ya fr'in whih: < r<. w ''a L- I u 4< ofiff
: 'n',n In thy" tit.tlmont that "itm hOlt, of the I 1i:1:
anti left ; :
her Yrt turn our atttiilm to l'u'I.t and 1 ... .. will when hu little dinghtfr ;
. ., h. than tjhow Porlli I. :il.lttun! hue the wis rest.ir ; f I' Is b. v d thi' -iwb" u Vo.
: r t''r te- IK fore Th" horrlllas,
t it
is. It 'II no worse than ,, C.\ .'rnor :SLc."'n is citt 'ngla tine{ if his lift, wh-'n hi Kits th< re id fr.>m tht d-ea.lf,, c-niplalnt iI, is In eix'l: ,h. :,... for the rtiifalaf .
: fr I I. M ella 'h .h Idea and 1" 11, I
an \ dit
tearing; the tender hi art .otig: with his I., -" of ulniinist.'ring; II'. m ho it .i .ptr" t ir 'I to.s w ,""ht nannH.. sins Mt 11' ,ie dluz, .f 'h.- \ ss.'I I 'h-.' -' .r" .| It is bne *-
r ir;'nnert ilriw i f-nm detallinrt .
strim of a wfeVbkh lit worse't I <' our fr fends down I ih.it wat |It +is r tilt -ion .1 -.11 inn it 1'1 1 not I,o t.r hil SI \ltus tine.. wok h i.Air.. it .h .r .,. r w .a .h.
i II' 4" "> ': rr"ut* cn reach the publicit'ernding I : :
-o I ptter of r> In f to n ile th.it noth I- .. ..'r..1 I w 'h r."l..r"rI .I"1" < -'I''II.i \lplI.'o1, lo no 'r- ttnnnt '""I gn: w o ,Its"ni,'i th iii-t n it" le r wn 'b !I.

II T ''I. ne It h and" lone Social nt will answer to the I ItniJ his hal'p"n..1' I of sm''i.r ,, , :t.. itlllt 1 ..
.. Inil; rt in hir nk I1.n t sit t lId, s wci"e urn' us i Lat r'tiirtto l1d' tan, nth h'"1
1 h.' nil :"'r l t. nit" ."rtci\' .1 itt ri'I| .ill in the next r
, onda Lectetees ': -Inc. the .tt nt ,n..i th. ,1'r1t'aute. r. .J (...t1 .t r'ltiing I 1.1., and dis< ii, ...n: ,0 tn. rl I t: "tr,c H "r. '. .I I tine '.f rhr 10 'n < ..-'1otl' i' I tl I 'nlni a

cl, ''I1P'C'. of .-ppirent: con m.'" 1 Suih rapid. proenss In tha WIS dHtr,,, '',1| |I' miLht I h.I 1'1'0"" .. will\ r ,,' I I.. -.v,,," ".'i.. f"rn juice fo i ."" <.. c 1 < I. .! i r.rt .1 1 with r..: i m"I ,t I Is '.. ,'r...dil Q;
n"' '
! < ret I.rtl"u.I rw Indeed encourttlni. goo,1 ,1' '' 'h. t!: | .. .. .. t.
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I iVe. 11 L I \" i I 01 l iw i. I'M OnV : r<' 'Jr. > ff I i c'n fr'c.
V ,1" hm '," ',' .' J:
c r nn M I .ml| .11..r| .h'-- his ,, non i"r. ,,,i. nt ,>n i s rir' 'i . ..-
n 'n.tott r', '," ,. h. r-. ',r 1 -'.1..1 I .1! t ",c." a h. ." i" t 11. ,
, i I- -to .h,>nie" cli I h-----------;, n 'h' r. ,'. n' |p "- a ti 10' r'i TI d rt hm' ., .... .
t. .
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11' '1r. .t hl' a bell .to 'II ;. h "
1 h.-.y, ,1tbt .. 1..1. ". \\ 11', 1 i o'r t V .-u.'n..l1or the Social,. 1" :; II. : .: : ; I" 1 ;
"r'roDijasm ,, :
x. u' ," |I.d.'lltrf' i., '| f.1' 1" I.f, i r n r ", .
rep i I' cm O. 1"1 nets tl I n 'c' t \In this State ,
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s, had 1 I.i'n: it.tu.ai Roy'iB i

I ". II" '* !.., kind" r

I than gctaetualta She Claims That She Did Not

1; \ i. f.O.IF C1f' TIn: f'QI I-.lT': cel\\ \. Tit \T ;N1 IU: tIFItlCN: .
dijvtiiii." : ee rat'A teen i in JHISM |

('u..nIf:" (1A.R KM \I.c TO THt.I: of' I' \Ifl., \ rFWMnmiri \ From Her Employer

I \\hit a \><>\ i I... I N of fir mor. ini ,
% : ri.rs: IN M ITIIIX. Tilll: > .\( \"It Absolutely
I| p"rllll.Ih..11. wh.u .u known j By the Offer of i i

II \'ton..; 1l1o1'1 ,"UI ..tl".U.4W
< IJ"\lO'n'' a I IK th.- Mill out of w hi. h Higher Pay
grille ..*er) ether: *irtui .
I I t
II -
I \ Rradi or M b..1.l pro.wrh; and I I.II
N \'a i ? :N;..* 1"-> .. "cow D. i and I.. r dr.-m..r hid consider'd wine1 I DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM
crated Is alr ad 1* halfgo.ern.d. II i OF
w.Otn a'' lb. II"r.... ShOet; 'b.. it in the, designing ol the model I' I In''Iii.I. > ropoli-. < .port \<..."urdi) ,
if. i In mippoMd' .pioniki. .a.. in th.
1 styles fo, 'ht fomtnk.. s..j...m .n :N..w I its n to l.llb.. loin,'rs.itlou ulourt TARTAR BAKING POWDER h
A fichu .. ...I..t that was a feature Look after the little linathes of ,
York coy pas' tang <.bdr eel upon the in.e.rgeting: coiiiiuiilee 1111 (\
ror .i handsoim- Dn -di n silk was de diMlpllne. and In .rt..1\1\ be uo
them ath.. rorr.rt thing for th,- chi. n It was uttttd thit the "Irll I does contain
\eoIM'd) | from ('lun\ and \alenclenn-j large ont to look after Royal not an atom of ;
whole tounir' :Not onl* are gontn i was teen l 10) the committee and that
es lace "h(>d\ lining supports: (heblouse acid which is ..
: phosphatic ( the
of fashion such ..
II the grew c" the < tni d tborou bl) satisfied with
w a* Parislenna. etc. to be seen mhuh is gathered to a rouud I The moral quality of every deed her surroundings: and that as she product of bones digested in sulphuric
oke completed with I a standing costar j
} la determined
by the motive that
gratifying to note
there but it Is I Iconlroll..d bid betn somewhat lured by more
The fuiness of the sleeves ts acid of alum which .
I prompted It ) or ( is
that the American maker are coming wages. was her only reason for wanting
the Inside .
by shirring at
to the tore with their creations II to make a change In her sltuitlon one-third sulphuric acid) substances -
which after all appear to understandthe while at tbe back there I I. an Inverted If Conduct Is three fourths of .
box.plait. laced with ribbon The life" discipline Is three-fourths of adopted for other baking V
need of the American womanbeet I I In reply to this statement Mrs An- pow ;
blouse was gathered: under a deep education sleep Hill who was the part who ders because of their cheapness. :
p girdle which. gave the Empire effect; s !
mended employing: the girl makes
J The Empire and Dlrectotre and and at the back the fichu I* tied The biggest and best part of education he following statement to the \te-

!1 Princess style predominate but one while in front It I* brought Just be- Is the formation of right TOpolts:

has to take a second look to tell' low the bustllne\ and end in ribbon habit through the directing Impulseof ovi leases sowot eo, saw --.

which I* for there ha come about i it I rosette The skirt I I. tucked over right motive ; Editor MetropolisFinding I ,
a mlitore of these mode'* that would the hips to the proper shape which : that I am misrepresented itfA
extends to almost knee depth and on In )our paper of yesterday. as re-
of the :
pnule the grand dime I In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred -
jthe bottom Is -simple finish of a aids wages offered the young ,gin
rvctolre and Empire eras some- I a boy ,appreciates a ..quaredeal" .
hem several time horn I. after three weeks ,
t,, Umes It Is :a Princess gtiwn disguiseds deep aUt'bd. even when It is again him
a skirt and bolero costume. I II I lion on her part ..' IOllclt'-1 C'x.=.:-: .=ooo: >)C . 0-" OJ' 0 . 1
4 through others consented to I
sometimes the Empire t t. no change To speak of the millinery displayed Hold your pupils steadily to the
1 that Is
home feel It only just :
has to back to first principals show I make my \"
,; that one go for the coming to highest Ideal of conduct and character
to myself to say through the same I ,
to distinguish between It and one sighh11e the exaggerateddents ; but keep In mind that the'growth X
\ the Dirertolre In nearly every case and twist are now absent 1 1I !' toward them must at best wmrce that the statement that she I : 1Tz11I: ::: :
ails lured away by higher wages wasbeoluely ,
been modifications to let In the '
4i there have { there Is no up extreme be slow .and intermittent ,
false far I
suit the A few women can of trimming to be used Tbe terrible I so as am con- I :
1 :e7rrh" 'ri.nlU .
ad do ; dresses In their tilt has begun: to take Its departur. teachers "< ,
II several In the rural schoolof : ben she came to aie she told me '
/c purity of style bat to the majority I and a return of balance is promised I
bangammon county Illinois hav here for :
was brought: a dining
this 1* an ImpossibilityThe u. A black velvet hat that has a I'I'I I'bt'
lifted brim on the left side 1* filled resigned their positions because tbe room girl but that work had been : Is rapidly! going to the front as the l.ad- '
I farmers had raised the price of taken from her and bad to do
Prince gown ii here In various In underneath with. a tulle frilling board to practically prohibitive figures other and much heavier work and I'', ing city in South Florida. Everybody
dressy mode, and for eveningwear Two long white plume start from
made In pure prince style. the centre front under a bunch of I hat It was. Impossible for her to dot :, is going to Miami. Now is the time to
and that she would rather work
model i* *o effective A rose and extend over |>oth side I
DO present
Teacher salaries must In their for me for nothing than to remain : secure a choice location either for busi-
In princess cut. Intended for of the hat and falls over the back ..
gown with the
increase keep pace Increase where she and do the .
wear. wa developed from a o/ the head It Is a very comfortable was ness or residence. Choice locations in
opera In the cost of living. or all worthy .work stating that before (' .m.I':
chiffon velvet It wa looking and feeling hat as It sets
dove grey
made In the most trying and strictest fairly and squarely on the head with and will competent be driven young out men of and the women profession here she had always been the city for sale by : : : : : : :
well by the man who brought her
adherence to this mode *o the a bandeau of sufficient strength to .

skirt came well up to the bust over bold tbe necessary halrplni .. hf're.Wben ;

a gulmpe of tucked mnssellne embroidered vA'on somebody who knows what i iI. asked what wage she was
getting she told me $3 a weeic and FORTDALLASLANDCO.
IB colored Dresden designs.The For the morning I saw several I.I needed write or complete a sons, 1 told her I would give her the ....mebf'
skirt was cst by a nine gore book suitable for use m chapel exercise -
pattern and *o arranged that the hats that were made who'ly of braideither In pdb'le schools* If there was getting: She did not come oc< In one color or a combination at the time appointed and I supposedshe TTI
Ulnes about the waist was takenup II i such a book In existence It hanever .
particularly fetching remain where she
Toques are cad decided to
by extra tiDY dart laced with fortune to Call
made In this manner without any been our good mat A week ,later. she cam In very on Or ;
all* cord over gussets of mousellne come aero it 7OI 8. uerr.t T. E.Ndss: a u
trimming but that with the braid early one morning saying only that
The neck was high a* many of the
thai must be which Is twisted to resemble quill -- she couldnt get away before and Agent, Fort Vice-Pre Fort I( t

evening dresses are The rosettes leaves etc Other toque Notice of a|>i.tl<- tk>B for permit to having as I learned from the niau Dallas Land Co., Miami, Fla. itCo: ? St.
liable drafts
worn In places lo '
tbe and are very plainly I finished with a simple .HI liquor, wines and brrr. for whom the works. slipped out before -
sleeves big close at top
tI.re.t are the bottom coming only to knot of velvet and a few quills they were up. -000:0- . .:. .:. :
The little round hats are best liked Pubic; notice Is hereby given that He came later In the day and told
tbe elbow under these sleeves are I
worn underalevve. of the tuckea decorated with breasts that come In Eugene Porter has flied with the me he paid her fare $35: here and ---- -- --- -- -

mousaellne From the top of the bodice pairs and are set high either at one Board of County Commissioners t.lhat i. she had to go back as It was not
simulate I side or starting from the front go Dade (county in the State of FlorIda 'all paid hack She n fused at first
Is fall of lace which The
of the skirt ( straight back giving an even balance: his application fur a permit to *>li i |land I advised her that If he treated
bertha Bach: gore
a } of[ :Ito each side Flowers and feathers liquors wines and beer In Elec'lon I her right that It was her duty to stay
over a fan shapp'-d piece
opens are lavishly! used together on the District of said and I mould advanceher
; :No 10 county with him If not
held in
tucked mousvellne and placeby TANGERINE, FLORIDA
lacln On the und"ridt dresy hats. but to give any Idea ol Mate. for the fiscal year ending October the money and she could pal
of the a skirt was.a deep lace flounew '''a particular way of trimming la almost 1. 1007. that such application aim I had to .011..1| her to go In Want Orange Grower to know that It I I. to their Interest to :

that held the skirt out in a pretty Impossible as these bats should will be acted on by the said Board .ind talk with him She at first refused from their stock Because they hays THE BEST GROWN IN

be made as individual as you can of County Commissioners at their to gn with him After .I left GOOD RESl'LTS can only be obtained. from tree that have IB .

graceful manner. ._ ._ i land a first class milliner will taks> next regular meeting. which will the room she came out and told me of GOOD ROOTS, item that are STOCKY top WELL :\

second la Princess styler pains to study tbe lace and in her held on the 4th day of .he had to go: I and leaves. ,nd woodfoat I I. ENTIRELY FREE OF IVJfRIOVS
A gown ;:; ;
f to be worn at the Horse Snow weal trimmings try to accentuate the (I I9C6. at 10 clock' In the 1"1 :No inf;uence was ud to get her LIFE. ONR TREES have all ties GOOD POINTS In their favor Co'J

of dark blue velvet with fluted folds strong points and lessen those that 'of said diy.: and the said Hoard h..r.I No higher wages men offered her corldally Invite your Inspection SPECIAL INDl'CEMNETS .

I at each of the eleven gores which weaken a face and head A few I by calls Ulan any citizen of ouch and no influence: 'j-d to keep her I ed to those who will place their orderi now for fall delivery '

a- aid In Us shaping In front was a ,I rows or Flowers or leave or a rosette election dui .w ho may desre: to do noto I and I bad to tell her I would, go EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN

t panel of creamy satin and a berth of the right shade tucked Inhere show 'IIUllf' If any there IK. at I In the room to get her to see himas AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT II : !: ::

becoming to fig- or there mill make all the difference the said next regular meeting ot said sht said he would, talk mean to
that ts very many ,
ares An extreme?}' pla, n nit. In the world In the .contour ,' Board wAy. such permit shall not be her There ,*e those mho will\ certlf Address. The Odlawaha Nurseries )

large and slightly turned up at the a little widening here or a little granted the applicant aa tr her treatment My wish Is

Ides, had a simple decoration In a lowering there will change the effectof By order of the Board of County that some one will protect the girlas O. W. CONNt" Proprietor

l jewelled band and buckle from which I a fat or a thin face. while color Commissioners of Dade County h'la she Is 1'ery young. with no mother Tangerine, Florida,

k prang a cream-white aigrette' Aa combination open up a vast field of This the 6th day November: >r. A to look pfter her

the sleeves were not quite full length study I nplumes they should; belong D.. 190k.Seal Mrs Anstace Hill Or M. L BURBANK Agt. MI.", .. Florida

colored gloves of half length there should be two at least ( I ) A. K. Dearborn. ::e 13th street
cream and of ulrrel- and of contrasting color usually Clerk Board County Commissioners Oar CKEOCIDE!: preparation for ihe destruction of ants II.
a rap
were worn
f skin gave the costume an elegant : carrying out tbe color scheme of tbe By W. )f. Pope Notice of application for permit tomil other vermin will do the work.

finish I dress. or one should do so while the Deputy Cl"rk. liquor*, wines and ...-.....

: other are of an entirety different

j Perhaps nowhere Is the Empire! I shade A black plume 1* often used Notice of .|'!'I..lk. >. for permit lo Public notice I I. hereby given that

model more In evidence than among ,i la a hat to go with a costume that Mil llqsjor, wines and ......... I Jos Reynolds has tiled with tbe Fred'k. S. MorseEea1

the coats and some very beautifulones has no other touch of black slm I ,>ly Board of County Commissioners of I

sre now being prepared, for I I for the effect The Japanese rlls Public botlce Is hereby given that tied county In the State of Florida I

the ('Omlnl.nl.* In this citv In I Ilf not the eider of the flower for ( Ceo R. Holmes has filed with the his application for a |permit to sell

:,.., nearly every Instance the bmplre I, this Inters fashion and next to I Board ot Count Commission of liquor, clue* and beer In Election I : 1

;: coat b made with a deep yoke elaborately 'the. rose perhaps this Is owing to thelarge Dade county. In the Mate of Florida OiMtrUt No 10. of said countand t

braided sometimes they petal that look so beautiful I his application for H |permit to Fell: Male. lor the flu al\ year ending: IXItotor

torn back in revet: to show an Inner when made of velvet or satin and In i liquors vines and beer In KiectlonlIMstrKt I. ]1907! that such application Offloe up stairs Cor. Ave. 0 and IS tb m.

a waistcoat and It Is hire that the ( bleb such beautiful color combina- I No 1U of said count) and will acmeted on b) she said Uoard

'. combination come In of the Empire: natlon can he found They are neeaed State. for the fiscal year ending f oiinty .omiiiNMoners at their Miami Dade Co.. Florda.

aad saw a few foi every hat and come In all tober 1. 1 >07. that such |'plicationiilil luxi, n xnliir meeting: which will be

: t.oI:7tOIn';: : enough opening at I ports of soft material to ault all be Acted on h\ the satii li'unl h. :M on the Ith di* of ivrenitierI .

the throat to show a natty little V styles For driving they should be of County lotnnilsionern at I then I"III'. .it urlixk in the tornoonf I AGENT OR LANDS OF > ::1

j I of -ui-di and tiny lace cravat The I quite four lards long to alto sut j next regular meeting: shish will l M' | 'nd d.' .11.d tit said Hoitd ni'r.l .',

sleeves are much !'onger and eon- fiche nl draping and have enough 'eft I held on the 4th day of its ettib.r, l\ calla III'OU|' int ill/en ot sifrhI I Florida East Coast Railway Co :

alan'l' \ ir-o inR more so hut they are to mind about the throat Others 1 IH06. at 10 clock In the tor noon, I,.i than
sill. short ( notmh to onipel one toT again: are shorter as their arrangement 'i of raid day. and the Raid hoard here 'i to -ho.. < ?,,... it an* there lie at

"f''r she *.llH>m tfo1. for which tbs is different being thrown first I h* calls upon| any clti7 :, ol sue h ih' .'11,1 1 n, M n gnl; ir nut.linn ot slid : Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast! Land

women, mho do not ha\i. to consider o*,'r the hat and drawn down over elevtion dial ..ho ma* din! to d-o -,.> : Hoirl! .. h ) "IK h ] ,' mlthill not I lie I

prti < in glad .It the long glove the fax to hclom the chin the rest to chow caiiHO. It jnv there nr .it i jsranled tin ."i.1'1.1 i I. ;

f \,.. a stale: quite shunt In the of the material l Is then draped grace-<< 'the said next; regular: niei n.g ol -ill Ivtoy.le I "t the 'Ioard of ('oatnty I i
short. lengths full about the hat and down the Board why fcin h ,permit hail I not IH. Touriont, ', rl of I hide (ount\\'. t'lll Miami Works

1 A::. ;I baric then the front portion Is lllid granted the aip"canl I 1hi. tl t:e. Ii' h day ol :-'o".ollof'r. \ i Bottling f fI

'{ !oiU1of the dressy gores show <' and rests lightly on the draped PY order of the rtojrd ofhint' I) 1 inr! ,.

L- tin* Comers embroidered about the part et this seaming resting l Is very Commlsiiorer* of Pad ('o'in"' HaI i Si'al I li \ K n.arbornCrk I WALL & McGOWAN. Props

;. wrists or lines of Homers along: the firmly arranged by fatcy pins and I This the Mh day ol :Notu.i'; : \ IJoard lountj oinmissioners,

back For afternoon wear gloves Ik stitching D.. 1\lIHI. llv 1M: .l'oi\>e. lith street. Near R. R., Miami, r la- id ,.
t Y
: pale grev and mode tints take the I I ideal II) A K D'rt..rn. I> patty Clfrk. '

'T lead or they are In tints I that match A long: cape Is a useful garmentas Clerk Board <'mint*' ('nmmi..hn.'rs! Manufacturers of -1 r

t the gom-nmhile for the morning the 'I It affords both warmth and protection ByC.. M Pop. I In Tlin<. ..f I'i net- s

t popular Biarritz In tone anf shape to a |perishable gown. One l>,'ptt ty 'It'rl. In The first l months of the Russia All Kinds of

are used For sports as seen with of this tH was developed from fine --- Japan mar me had a driklnic example \\1

f j the Horse how models chamois I broadcloth In ruby red edged with! A Year of Itloml 11 of tin neiia-ln I.r preparation I

gloes mill\ be much morn especiallyfor narrow bands of black fur and fastened I end the earl advantage of thotte Soft Drinks 3 r

t, drivingA with sl'k I cord The cape was The year It03 will long lie romeni who. so to p".1 ik have shingled:

very pretty effect can be obtained 1 circular at the back: with five short bt>red In the home of f :N'; Tm k, I their rule inr\ mrither Thi I Prompt Artaatksa to AH Orwn.. Osjt-ol-Towm Order SoUetta*!.

r hv the use of the plain or draped| i darts on each shoulder wh'ch was et, of Alliance K*' as a year of *irtue uf piipintion htJ made his rh

t fichu *>\<'ral Princess gowns laieIj concealed by a round collar having blood; which Homed so copiously I toraid gH. n 'o us our graded _

M- n mire made without a yoke I elite ends reaching; to the rower from )fro Tacekt ;lung< :t..1 i ,Io>,,i'h men Tht lndlidual as melt' as the f

but.. tlb tht skirt brought well up edge To gain sufficient warmth a seemed very near lie wrlte.. n.llon vhonlil,, l t... |pn"ro'd' for an"' Has Stood The Test 25 YeasGrove's

t to the bust with narrow str"r">k oer quilted: satin was used and the outer bevtre bleeding!: from the lunar: iniirKerc\ \ri. ou prepared to

C the shoulders Over those Is drawn lining was of Dresden silk The In- and a frightful cough hid brought | -ucae. sfiiMt 1.'h..1 thi first cold )ou

*.aultld? lace tkhu which was tied I nor lining should always be of some me deaths door when I b. kin' tik.* \ old i .n lie eared muchi

In a soft knot In front and hungIn light ( olor.-' silk for the protection taking!: Dr Kings :New lhsr.'M, i I rion. quick: when. treited as .,...n :

lorg ends !O the knees From : of mh.te and light colored gowns for consumption .with the a.'ool.h. is it his I t., ,.n conlrifted and b..- .I

'' under the irnp" and fichu merv, Ing!: result that after t.king fear 'I fore, It his, l I'om.' -ott'e.1 In tits MSlit. .

pointed loose steees which i
peat-cult i to elboms' and with every are located at the Oaks for the mir- and as time has proven I" ml,an.':it (l.d.I l I. f n\o,\ m Inr its mires of eo4. Tasteless Chi Tonic

upward move of the arm disclosed It's ter season Mr Kern bait leased an > cured CJuanntivd lor.o.* .Ind, I It shop d IH kept it hand rend

l1Detry-tbf' Woman who bat to\ office In the Hatchett building auiwill lunar Conchs and cold. alai! drug inst int use for sale b) all I

4 wear this gown bad a pretty arm \ open up an Instance olhce store Trial Bottle free. (I'r"r No-Cure-No-Pay. so centt. ,.



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OKlAHOMA THE[ 46TH STAn |I Ito the the fourt public t'nt In ars 1\111 up to and I"o5! 1 ib93 a total InI : COUNTY FATHERS INREGULAR led of mould censuring hate said the court Grand and''o Jury fortbet EX-GOY. OF OREGON USES -,

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"I :-I .t,4 tins h..d httn t.ik. n I it I 1.1'1' t. Ii. lit tt. a. fit t is th,' as''t. '
th.. I..t't.' ,,f the : I "i .
1 I' I I' t i if I" r Ms' and wtrhuut, tir-' 'uu."i ,,t.,gin PE-RU-NA IN HIS FAM1L1

land I salI.'v' ,'it I Us:1., .. |l.. ,II tI SESSION ,. 11""? 'nil.l .r 01 I I ih. I"".".1' ,t ",nv .
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'h"II"I, \ t 'i : ,'' 1,1,1 I i 'I h,. :-h".1, |, | -,' a he Inn, t lams ut th.. ,, 0 For Colds and Finds It AnA r rr

A lAND fUll OPROMISE[ ...1 t. ,, ,, ''I 1,, >,. ....S|" tuK 'h.I r',1-1 "( '

\ I ,II"!" rj'i i I"'da, tb ..,, >:1'"I1' 01.:1; i -r -.1101, I il,,r.1. .tth u' ''t th y au.,J.I Excellent Remedy.

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L.11'I lit. ." "pl.i I .1 t ih :s I' ki, i. c ''''.111.11 ti .l ll: ll-INr:.N \\ \- ', ,, I Ih. -I 0111 or J. ; : I." II, II"

r. ,ll >-. v .nd I 1 \11" ..Nr I I."'M I lor i l.hll"I"l., !, .1', th.hn. ,' ,,HII
Ti\N ll Tl:HT filE! \l i\VM: .
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I.Ml: \It ..11 \t. \ MMIIIK 41.1.(10' F IL, '0. v. d. thai w.. I.oa.' this, m 'th
;ir.i nl t,is T hi' n. a-pat"' | r. if tl ,
The Member of Uncle Sam's ..1 "I i .. ..anti tb..t th ;i'I iiu\,iiix I Ih. u
Youngest Interesting FamilyIs I lholll.1 :11., ui '10 il 1 1. in,. Inn il 101"I \ U'U.IC'TluU.tl1: ,
1 IOIIM'.' ho'i-. Is In.a'.i i I i "i,1 Ii,
Tint' uml. .ind .il la.. us "111.1'1.| IIa.em' ,
All the ON_ 11 II.\IM-I.II\MI I i Ina. cued th.it tin on !} III.... 'int I >
Immensely Wealthy-Has RequisitesFor ol ih. :L.no r t IN.'- .u' i. |mi ,, .
: in) otertlom if unsafe or 11.
i hc.l in '1' '; s .S I Ih. 11( ii tif ih J Utter treat
Making of One of the Richest Agricultural E.a' lToll'I x lln s r.in t-1" r* n h. 'iunilliiK I lin; ti r. mlt: rt d until fur use. a* atat.; .I I tile Ut-Gevasef
: 011111'1' said brand Jurt pi >'st titnuut a Or"...
nil 10"11. .ml || miill Miami :Nn f urifi: j

and Industrial States in the Union.Cuthrw. .,!,, "!: > !!* the .
i working of wJ't.1' .osfs. or p.'r- admirer of p-runs U .
rutSe o\tr mill liti in th. I Inlitil era tort, tins da) in gular seMslon ,' keepe ,

;, stales l l-n!.itloll Is b'colliluc; a I'n >. nt 1' .\ \\'infn.jI. ihiirmin ;: hips| with m ilu'\Ions Intint slug('> (continually tie h.>u.#. .
: ; n'l siiJ I urinals full of cleat stumps, \ letter received 11follow.
from reads
John ; Mm M
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n..itihts. nt and Fti |
1 papers other in .
'John t ruh... k sheriff :
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I t ....llItol. matter I that no am.Mint, oroiilinon !'IT"TII' nr OBBOOI, +
Ih'irborn It'rkMinuits
u\: Olt.. l'Ittltl BO0' I. of plumbing, can prevent. Enl'rTl1)tr..T..7.! : .
::0.:0: 13Nn : b"r bounties of last regular ant all "
Oka Ine on thi land ot i
| hit mhlch can ..nl) L,' repaired afir The Pernna Medicine' Co.,,
th .... wards of the nation situal| tin. lines n il and ipirofdI '
: state h-s ,'r I..n ItdmHh'd! I (htntuin.ut: sui h careless or milirmus, u*t!, I .luml as. Ohio.DtmrSlnl .
-- Thi .1''ttinI n I I' w .is r.KUI.ul', orilfr.it Ih..r the ,
I'nd'r tin lalon of !Inflationn .if sail bare
trot II closrta. hence the aforesaid bad occMtto IB\
tt'n h.' t 1I1..n with IH"r. 01 th pasted off ten quutlt here I sal. ,
| of ih.
'irt f" at Fort 1 L.iu
"- .," t.d! :i fi .. \' tr<, u". I the mbltein I i 'mth.ill amount of. fJ73 t it 6.; who b wan for I see you.P ru... aitdklaf lit my

,,11.,1..a of jr 'J-1 loin 01.1. .. ,.in na' .p..riniltid to hold proi>er FVaiik \\' \\". LI..r. of Sor'' alH'Conn d 1,'rdl', 11. r.II, ,+rd tu $1.o '0''I'' hills Imnrrtd in iking such repairs I Uy tor colds, end It promt to .I."J'.

I h, '111.. 011 Iut',',I.. I' C. 111 a. or dwth \ In lot, sr'i i'. and a number of ( .nrltid Mtmdit! morn!, month b'g im' rig:; :Nutemlitr 1st and be It further \cellent remedy. I hm rt not bm4 9Cftmtloti ,

.. ( ti.'-,, lad from his un ual I fleet, to his pirinu''1 Tin "pplt"II'| ( of n <' Mil'ulIrr to use It for other mllmtitn.Vo I J
.Inll > out null
..11'_.. 't l'uur. of! e in I' Resoltt. that .
Ik ,"'rl.oli& ol Ih.. l.rrimrv,' Mm._ it Ih n ,..lno Ho t is lik, rt1'.1 to tll Iniuois. turns and liters Commissioner .Sew n rrrjr truly, W. M. tort '

I '" the 1. .r.t"r) ut Oklahnniod a' k'.3.", i.- aLII"I ham,.;i. of Ih. ... In- I.I'" thosi who hate .IMS.n ass, ..or ,ih<- 'in ,It'ion, distriit :No lu biting II tee ipiKilnttd. a committee of on.' It will\ be noticed that file Oonr..av. .- ; '

'lId.111 T.rt" .u...d to Ii."r dun 1irili.r\ towns Mor In. stiiniiitr dec ,ares ( h. n ,is no \\.I..r i I..n du't udtet, i.. d according to jto have a suitable bath tub placed be bas not bad occasion to aePrrnna : '

..' ...Ints.lu" a tutu Ih' I awn 10< It 1 ill.UK in iv l Ice ..<..>n In thi. Ktnvis of on I b.. top side of the earth i IIKI, old ''ILa all
erne, I.lh, Ii. i I. t: "s 10 a cuntit \\ .. -I.in.ton than in the street. ofI 11.union; and :Us ts an :,n z' m :is EraiittdTh : The reason for this u that mol other (-
i 1 ; : .' ii It .ition of th' sVnilnnl.. Club It m is regularly..: ordered that aiiiiinlttee
>. It Fll: Koiihs, .,, art.dluuda'! allm.ot
t 1'\1' ; ua"n''t1 aft. ii'''' toil. IH HIM n has electric (lUbts and floin begin with a rolif.Ctlng ,4.
(I"oKir ,rlW'tll' 11 Kind rnUav-i. "a1'1'1. his bom on tht' mts< i n-i 1 mil is for |p.'rmW lo roll Iqnors mm s and consisting of chairman Pernna .
1 nd ;,1 t he l 1"1"1'" t 'llt.r Isle 'n11 ; u'.. r. In t Itftion .Ihlrlt\o: 1t' hut | \\mfit and Commissioners, semellmd promptly to relieve ;
t>' .. mil "M'roth,'r rn-ce<.ln i the gust of our tomnmnaii It. II old., be '
'I'U'1lI1I will\ h. Kulmlll 10 lheI' 1 of ni
|Ilaw I and no objections! filed. | ,m to iht. matter of replailng. : the N.w
thou 'I h. .
lot r.lln.lIu" In loundiritK
are lands "b 'Inn do | J.I I Jaiolii.. of I'or- Huron Mich, I .
granted iUvt'r HrM:e, mlth p act S
"Illstll III llill..| coUteu. IOU I* COIUpONtd | MlnHit| from mhhh the white man armed suturdit. nlghi trot, Pon iColled
The aplicalion of the Beach Club and Chit said coinmltiee make a report Histe tnoald do. Keep P.rmnaIn
,it OI: ln .h charm It' and haul
men > i can his crop onl through .hexuffcranre 'Huron and has resumed hu .puslti.n.'as '
for |>.'mill to Kill liquors. mint's and [ { if suih acuon at the next reg- the hence.t '
utillil) and It a-onabie to exI of full blood or half- bookkteptr. for the llotntou Hotel ( :-t
(sirs. In ilt..tion district No :3 havtg l.ir meeting of this board.There I .*
tc .. ;
I"ml them t draft a institution treed' Inillanslih C"OII.all'h"n tht' hold will < -wa to tile rMtifly tlUK .1
,," : leet, adtertlsed. accitrrQng tolaw being; no further businessthe I '
that will meet I the approtal ill the ; \\ the admission of this Terrl- I open, he mill act as clerk of thU board Year ;.:
and no objection flltd.same was adjourned to meet Tuesday -
|I""Ie I ltor\ these conditions mill pass Into I popular place' I!'grunudI | December 4th. 131141 Mr*. Josephine OIlfeo iii Worn. .... .e

I'lIOn the ratification of the run : hl&tort Portland Ore, m. Dbw Pairun ml
form ,
another of them I Mrs Adolph Fretdlund and sons i The pttltlon of Fugone' ; Porter for 1
llution and the ctrtfication u( .1'
the toti the President mill IKHIK, 'morles connected with the development !!'Joe. arlle and Victor, accompanied I' pormt, to sell liquors wines and husbandry, write : 't

of the empire : the Teat Iby their nurse. art xutsts of Mr I Im in nstltetl and ordered advertised "Peraaa has proves ItMlf of raeh aai ,;'
n': j
i prmalfon announcing retuli In Oklahoma there Ire inure landst' land Mrs Jiweph. Prr'dlund j jMr The ,iietltlon of GPO R Holmes i told valoetoa* that ... *r. glad to five }l
and thereupon the
Slut nl Oklahoma( shall IK* dtimdadmitted ho had There It .111I... simply *_ W II ('ox returned last meek 'for ,iiertrtt to sell liquors mines and FOOD FOR FISHERMEN It da. pralN. V\ have bad It U the

u) OOIH.MIIS into the i nlun a qui-tion .if development In 1S01ih from L lummer i visit l I.. KentncxtNel I ti.s-r
nadir and b) tirtue ol ibis acton northern border of the State' wa I Ilurn..n e 1 Ijitsen was transacting bus |irectltid and ordered advertised I "1& restore health la a f..b rt I
i I
an equal '"olinI.ilia/: the oriKioal oKn to, settlement. throughout !' Inem fnVest Palm teach( M.inday.Mr : !i The petition of Joseph. Retnoln | < week, tales away h.adaehe sod back
of the FUhmg Gaiette*
SI"'a" mo t sie< ta< ular .0".rl..1 and Mrs. Cullen Pence and I for 'ptrmit{ lo sell liquors wines and I ashen Increases the appetite and retores -
f\tr held under the
The jointure of Oklahoma mid the auspices theFederal I son returned Thursday morning beer In ileitlnn .U.lrkto.o: : 10 was.'rerehed ': '.. ( lost nerve force. It U, a ipeclfl t .

Indian T"rrttorylrlD". together two 1 gottrnment Over HfiOWO1:! from an extendtd trip in Indiana and ordered advertised lor cold and catarrh" '
\ 500
fi.rms of if M I pound oitupus was taken
acres each were awarded i .
Ohio and TennesseeMr i Th. petition of L. K. Potter for <
communities distinct charactetOne '
I to settler h) lottery The figures/: I recently by a fishing party In MissIsslppl i I Every tamlly.hoald be provide wttkI
might he railed tin' flnii-hed and Mr Ilttltton Tedder "0tntalD..d ,ptrmit to sell liquors' wines andIbter '
prodart show that Soundand killed afterstruggle a copy of Dr. flsrtman'* free book MlCnronle
nearly all of these .
amardsmint their friend I i In 'ltv-iion district. :No li> I
and the other, the Indian. Torrltory very pleasant wasirecthed "
to |p..rple.| from Texas Missouri. I I that lasted fur eight hours. Catarrh Addr M Dr ft. B.Tartman .
ly lastednesda evening/ and ordered ndttrtlsedI
In in the rough; Conditions' and Arkansas : I C.'nmtoa..Ohl"'
Boynton Is surely on boom Various The ,iwtltlon of the Roal Palm
are crude and be struggle: /: of the I a I

hlte man for existence. baa liet'n I' Oklahoma wisely following: the new buildings, have been put Hotel for permit to Sell liquors A Pennsylvania Railroad brakeman I

almost Intolerable EXT since the : T"xa. pattern has set aside an un- i 1 up and many additions added 'I.. tnt... and tut'r In election districtNo Is reported as having had ex Many Attractive Rates

right was given to the Indians ten usually large proportion of her land add to .the value of "property| to : : 10 was received and ordered excellent sx>rt trolling for salmon I

years ago, to lease certain lands. for for school Iurroand It Is to the I sat nothing; of the looks of Ihe town ad vent iced. on the Susquehanna. He used hi* ATExtremely

razing. farming. mining/;. eu the credit' of the Tt'rrltorIbat the .eD-1 Tbe Bachelors Retreit Is rapidly | The petition/ of hotel. The Breaker !gold watch charm a* a spoonon- Low Rates

while man him "been In the Ti rrltort timent of the people Is almost tearing completion and mill bone .- for permit to sell liquors mines and der where that tale originated

role:t by sufferance It affords a anluiout agalnat any proposition I of the neatest buildings In that beer In election dllrlct No *3. ma VASouthern:

rem..rkabke Inatance of that forbearance looking to their sale In the face of i:I part of to.. n. It.. III be occupied, received and ordered advertised A pearlfi said to l he worth at least ,

thai .b..rac'l..rllA' the' a clamor from outsiders. for their [I bv the omners Frame W. \\eov>, I I' The petition of Hotel Royal Poln :I I5UO bas "beta taken from a clam

American and his dolermlmtion to di'poHitlon Two sections In each and Benson brothers Nana for permit to sell\ liquors by r'rank P \Stllet of Huntlngton; Railway

sal k doggedl) to a thing ui'i h. township. are st't aside for the schools Bert L Kapp Is making quite an wlnem and beer In election district !11 I.. J. )Ir. VM'Ht! purchased ome

works out suicexs. no matter bow' : and In addition, there Is a liberal al- addition to their home on Railroad :No: o wa rwilved and ordered ad I j hard clam recently( ne openedIhtm From Jacksonville/

adverse ma bi the surroundings or lomanct for Mate Institutions. normal street K \\'. l'am'r! his addid anew vertlsed himself and Inside one he it:i

bow discouraging the |pr.'Ms'ct.| I;' s bolt and collegts..: There area room and made other improvements i I The petition signed bv MitchellD I round the pearl The clam Ulllt-ts/ ,I, K>.144 Irs, 70-one- San rn.it Francisco i second sad \\f das* An_

number of Indians in Oklahoma to Price and others asking the Board ought are the commonest known :
These lemons gut' the mhite man their lake shore boiiit Tckti! .
. ; sale .
.lniih| the right(: to farm or other I but the\ form an Insignificant per I.III :t.ton Ttddir bait ril,t d the to approve the road hull: I :In station3i !'Th. |.....1'1. on the contrur) I I. an un I, 10 O t'lub.-r on 31. dally to ytember I IS

mine develop\ the lands. he held be_ ,I lion of the total populationThe roof of his dwelling' and win has a township 52 south range 41 u"lIally One one, Its form and col '' >"IL.ttassn F'ranclsco, and Ln o .\ngeles -

yond that be secured no right: that jiollllcal complexion' of that Landsome imt>-.tor%' bullying. hating east, according, to the plat attachedto I orlnt are regarded< a* good by Cal! one seat i second

belong to the farmer eluemhireThere i;: portion_ of toe new state mhlch Is otherwise lniprv.
are no schools for the w bite now Indian Territory depends entirely grantedThe I I 1 31st
children such main upon the section of the W. H. Smith Is adding two nom 1 I I A Philadelphia conitable last week !
( except as are j counir rooms to their cottage on Railroad (County Road Superintendent 9.104.40.-hot Springs! Ark on sale
talned ] ) from which It draws Imml- while eating: oysters nearl) choked I
by private subscription no its street. filed his report for the month of dally limit ninety days.t1A1.e.1City .
'1 roads for If road mere made an grants There are now &00.000 l j (October on a large pearl which be Impounded I of Mexico
white The cottage of Mr, cnllen Pence I for interfering mtlh an officer and return
obstinate Indian could fence them people there chiefly from tbeJllth..rD ansubsequently
County treasurer filed ills ticket
will\ he report I on Nv 2J to
completed noon and sold I
occupiedby for
< and border good and welfare -
and there wa no authority to democratic
up relatives for the month of :Dctober showingthe : 2X. Inclutlve limit (0 day. .
from the north \ .
Invoke against him no court ezcept Mates. and a* It stand today Indian '
( following balance on hand N'o- (10.2.1--Nashville. Tens and return
those of United States commissioners Territory undoubtedly la Democratic The station agent; house baa vember litGeneral : ticket
; on sale Nov;
and these official are widely Within the next ten year been completed and is now one of Tbe schooner George H lubee of
: Fund . . $1 .08:.45 10 and 11 limit Nov 18 ,li
scattered and their authority In another half million people will Invade tht attravtlve homes of the townT1O I Boston I I. high line on swordfish- ;
I Fine and Forfeiture Fund 7. t.88 .2.\--AaltUllta.. G._. and return :;
many cases exceedingly doubtful ; this territory and buy homes. rock road being built to FreshWater Ing She clocked IS.400. 11 from
School Fuad. ticket on uleOctdber -t
. 751.81I ZTth.28lhand .
no hospital, asylum. or other in- If they are farmers of Illinois. Iowa i Lake I I. now beyond the Pence June ( to September (. the crew e
Road Fund . 29th limit
I . I.11ilnt Soa..
tltntlon for the rare of paupers Indiana Kansas and )Nebraska, the Hill and will be completed In a few hiring UU each Capt Maurice
: and Sink Fund . 2,471.11 1906.
or others<< who might become a public "political complexion of the Territorymay week. Liberal subscription have A Lubee I I. master
;Spl Sch Sub Dist No; 1. 1.60 H. 9025-Columbia. S. C and return
charge change Some of the Indian Deed received from various .
oneswho ;Spl S.h Chap 6381. . 1.40 : ticket\ on sale Nov
Under such conditions. 500.000American hleftaln are powerful among theft not The to
: are property receiving Plnkey Metamora of tholdest
1 owner < one e
Spl, Sch Chap 53K3 . 52 $ 65 4 and 5 ; limit Nov; 9. 1906.
citlaens have moved In to and In the Congressional dis Immediate benefit but have fishing craft afloat k
(Itrl..s. given | (Game \\arden Fund . .OS : was sun
the Indian Territory leaded lands where the more populous tribes for the good of the cause These at her dock at :New.; Harbor Me T K. MvCVLL

and endeavored to build up the 't'I1 I thaI reside It Is reasonable to presume ,i are all very much appreciated by all Total . . . |9.250 (.0 recently. with a cargo or fish She I City Passenger and Ticket Ajft. r
countrt In this territory there are a full-blood Indian may soon I I concerned + was 72 year old and will probably ,

t-'ijOOO' Indians each with an allotment .1i i|I1 have a seat in Congress The preponderance I The following fire arm bonds were be left where she I I. I JAMES FRKEMAN

of 500 acres of land making I of white people. ho.-I( approved : I I{ District 1'as.enger Agent

40 IIIIU.1100 acres of the most ettr. precludes the Idea that any one I I Fra kiln. Shfen withV I. Metcalf I \ dicker I 10.. \ 'e
I I. said be \ .
'' to on foot t Bay st hck..nylll K.a.PHONK .
le-tllr lind in all thi country tied other' than a white man will go tu'' FIERCE STORM RAGES and ) \\etbredu as siiretits. I Ottaw In
:U whereby return for aidfMendtd
I1.'nryVtnter, with A. G. I Iami : 742
up an 'h.,1, no white. man can secure 'the ( nlttd Males Senate h
the Ftderal
t TI Ii' laid of It If h., : I> 11 T. ('urn ml MUSI as sureties 'I Ft ,
t" a t igri utu In somv measure at the In ..
"I'rotime will:I relinquish .ill
, al 1 inds. and the rub 'Vnim'ral re dlanif the t'r.li\l \\ Toss mlth Frlnkdam.. .
Itrritor) far IN THE STATE OfWASHINGTON claims upon the fishtrlta and nlroidi .- Low Round Trip Rates
and 1 Mrs E 1'.M as sireti.sT ,
sourtes of I this territory! have I..nI wall-goss'nuiient 1 he)' were madeciai'nr ,
J hunt'- with I I A. F Ilttscrind Via L. & N. R. R.
ttloptd( (larfelt under such con i idllions f .Ire tears ago' and foi along .

what Lay lie ..ItI.,1><1 when linn' h.. ". been lontrolliug I heir' \\ 11. .I'ne a' sureties' 1|! --
Ells ha been "
> t MI pltntlfil in the f1
, Ih. benefit bt.lo'.1 b) the enabling/: trlil through i John II. Ultra with J. t Mor
; : :'I'l'n: ; electionswhih ConiittiKut t riter al, lit..:oms Full Isl "
I: a" I b'Tome a reatitt hate fair!) and honestly: ford.I and JV 11.'I'IH.r| as aur"'h \1. ,i'i.. I list wu'ek that thet b.II' \" LonisiilleWaslmlleR.R.\

1 1'lId'l the provisions of the :tact 'conducted Tribal reUttous J.llorndnn"llhO.C uaico till .
H n nous jn'unl.nlon. .
Iv.... ,.... mil C _\ \\'.Mulruf .,q "lIr..ti..5J. I to th
? Indian bill. and the .1 under the .
act providing \ 1 |ItN tl tltt.tric light plant Th. I"'II'.h"H.!!! : le Railroad ,

J fi.' ih.. adniiitmn of the two terrI the Curl act rec..n'1 T. Hamilton ..I'ho.' : : C. Hall I m ,ill st |11 l rtnn'1,| 1"1' r.i s r not' 1 Iwk.

'I" is a state the titles to the b.. Territory of Ol.l Portland Ore Nov 15 ;N<'ver and J. It. Sililit, as mint..3Ch ; :1 The commerciil I agent for Canajda .< ,i\ ,ille 'o (alt ln' s .h It-. II f otar C
i .lIb.1.
g">rler part of these Indian lands ,all the f.. . Chi.. nhant md \\ n. Montfort at sdiie) :N S, W. ports that
n' .'t change hands The Indians, making: of one of the richest agricultural I men hen his the Mate of \Vashing an the 1 loss loinplaincd of hteason of fi.iu other poin y:
suietli-s I IThe
th's .Klnl.itIon. an |ierraittid to and industrial slices In the ton Buffered from such a siorin as 1460V! ('h''ago. HU ( and re'urn
'" rspire charges In marketing salt
a a lenate their allotments with the I'nlon raged here last and this bond of C. C Atkinson for | TII ke. ....: ," ,
. It has a cosmopolitan. |irop- night mornIng 1"Union "n e daih to :S.; [ 'n I,-r"i
from British
ihipjied (
countable \\alrk''In: !to wnh, S (
exc'ptton of font acres. which theymiifct : II and limited
ulation. drawn from the most substantial to return' until Oct. It
lila on consignments. Is due
i 1 L. to neKl.tt -
Cooptr nd\\ I Peltrsassuretlrs -
hold a* their own homestead element of the older Com- Three. Puget Sound towns are under I :list
rectmd and in selecting/: reHininsible rrcelvrs
for I'nto00": years This protisIon iiionmtalths It i I. made up of men water and the: railroads across approvedHIIU > wits iindtntland the r'1'llr'.m..nl.' M7 9a-O'nter. Colors lo at'rings| or

no. Intended to preient the In' mho sold tl.elr farms In the the State are out of commission amounting; to $53t4 32 weresptroved of th. trail. He dosnut I'll..Mo. ('ol. and r''urn On sal*

tit.t, from disposing of all his hold :North and South after talll.l Wire communications are prostrated | and ordered paid OlltIf evpresIan' daily until S.'!>>mber ,n'h Final
: the gtneril fund.Itll.rnnintnt. opinion as to the future of tht
In :s and making himself a public Mines' of ihtm and sought a and full Information of. the rt" urn limit ()c'oVr 31
argeropportunlt bunt""is.Time ,
.h..rCf' on the general I theort that ) than' the old conditions I disaster Is not mall.itie, I ICXK I t ; to II r 62; H* wereipiirottd 1111 138 40- Hot ) ,rlnl,.. A.k and return

, if 'p. rlIl.lf'd. hi mould contert all jff,irded< If Horace Greeley ., and ordered paid out of the "..k. on sae. : laflt' Final 1

h s jiro.i: 'nt Into n'adt cash, think litlng; lodahe would be were ill\\-ll>\\HMMNG: : r"HI| fund I was, sar the :New; York "tarn limit !1s> do's from late of .
more specific Pat rolls for mltnesse before the I \\ ;. when the ;.... o( fleet of parr: 4
ine ooh of the jots of to-dit and "
his adtlce to the fills ( :
rgining the neresMtles of the fo.1 land till ihtm 10,010, Oklahoma rounlmf'n./: for. IFTMIMNO: fill tt ret of ircint Court Itmllllnt.Inc !' .hl"s and Irt,(in.I liteIn a Chinas liallv 'o svipterntier 3.>.h. roundtrip :.

tire These two arts. therefor it u in mu'h a new. to I'1 12' 7'i mere npprott'.1 andurd.red a 11 ,,boon mould hue caused hummer t"nrlst ::1 l< ktu w !III be onsa >

throw open lo Xmerlcsn citizen 'I't, ndid commumtt of New) ork.Nov &--The marriage paid out of tht. Fine and "iirniiiK' In ever :Nrw: Fnglaud: :.' to vi'Ion* restir' s Fill mfor

resources and pr.'gr.'salye of Mls .Anna Ide eldt.st diuKhttr; of F.rf.lture Fund I I.. 'Iort| Part orators short d not ]. schelile ''i
thr,inch purchase (rum the Indian ;.iril thil mat in. *. lire\ 'abl' ec "
:\.. XOO.Oi'O acres and endom toT The total population success I* found Is formf Gov. ruor.G..n.'r.tI 1 M of inrhllllpincs t \\'h'reis, at I the fil term .\ D fill, to |stint| with prldt! to the ten will be furnlsheii proms'l l 1. on appll ;J
today '
.rltort mltto the legislation tint no.,IMHI, "1. unhuted nun.ll about i to Con"nssmin Bourke 1 4"o'of the (Ircnlt Court" In and) tfl.enr, morkmus' of shipping IpwrI 'd 'K'n 'o "

will HI once lend to the establishment 1 the farms ) over Cochran will nkp, tiles tilts, eMnini, ; for Hide (onnlv Florl la Ih. Grand I I" huh li)' abolishing; our men hunt I; F: Herring rnrl.fa Pas Art
of the :
of those contenuncen and 1 Ir. rt.ni,.i iiliig honietiteid, State lands The 427.,,.,0 at Iht M Kfelt Hot.I In thin ctty.IA .let-y' tor sold firm re|*>rtid to tniCourt II rme, hate iliolUht ttltse .perils :No 11'\\, Rn 5' .ll1r ."r'I.' *" i ;

mere takiii | prolonged trip will f.llom"' the wedding In Its Geniril I Pn...'ntment. 'Iii forini'r does and exttndul a per I
1t.l Institutions that moik, to the ..11 up 'in 1 "ti):, .\ half million j
acresf to include Paris. London and other mittirs and things t?unit arm oter Ximrliau mivts' and
dttl inning: "It.torr of
IK r )r "pnn'nt .f a si .it. : In r"m, truing Indian binds 1iamh.-rii..i' ( oath ,
willI a trip up the :Nile.IYl'1IIItV \ the following: Th' Commitife on inolli., rs .
Th. Indisin T 'rrltori and lik'i I sold/ uiidi staled I 'b.ds In lt.0nn I II It'no.ly f all'Ste'| en ,1
bonn ire about the In ; I sinintton of Jills md tour house I I'ul Tug'lii.
snme siz traits h i r
earl I
t dun -ernnr)' Is far rlcht in aert ', I mil is ..ltu '..d'on In.the IKsiemUr southern This hor-I 1 : (.IA.....: MtHTINd; r" port the mnltlon as d>.plorab:t. I \ trus In. th>. red snapper Ind'is- \ir: T'.OS I"r,.. -. .. .'TM It

I'll .i"d .' I Th' urln \la in -""irt h'I" .t' in cm. 'nh. is IMI n tff. it. d I. lint It t is o:.. F. t 1 1'it n
t i'nr i
r r.rrtrcTtt"r. .I'r nt\t 'hf T. 'f\- I Ill I-.I\.If" "
ir.' Inf,' s' 1r is of i Rod I II oll-d., i ii,'d o h nllrt and I is I(I :New: York :Not; ] Th' annnil dill in tiiittrllom! ind\ th' I'uinMni.' 'n'I nij-t ni..11 ith th. IIf|
I tints, parttekar: t In th<' tt'rril irt thin It Is it. rn is :.iit In th -t t sec :[ contention of the :National foundlers ,!- In ;a t.1'\ ins, ,,tsf| :,(',irt conlttiin ,: .t ,,ill \Ir.i.r i Mnnn if >, h. in'f; s i "i .-h I". P'i' ,

t o' the ('hoclams and ('hf.a.. ptrt of the oi :etml' '' A-ww't.tinn' which his 1.." n In \11 rl!'... t, ir, unfit f ,* use Know ', ,!,. i< s C"nll.'n' Ins t','nl!. .1i '' '. .I.I i". A! .
K".I.I'oman.h, ,' I 1'I I II
Oi |Ie found in "hll1ld"r. .' In ihC r... Jil.'d _\i ichi In,Iiin I' *..ssmn stn. .. \10.1": r'n..t' toil',it IHE tl- i ib *" -n, ",.. i rp,1.1, its ox. 'II.i Ih. s' n!' 'ki n fi
.. ik. and Ch rokoo nittnns Th.-rr Indat! ftitiotis. :m' vtas us',I nt th' and most i.r thd,,'It'c'u"-: .'Ire I I''''tIng lard. .. hoon th 1 1.,-1 f.rind; Turv m ..1.1 n-'u .. ,ml 'J.IoI: ,i :. 'J1. I"i in i. n ,, .', ',
fit ,
: ;
p s: urinv Ih 'ir linter. for thtlr bom'* :\, n\" ., .( C ,' .. .. .. .
: ,. <'v 'r' their report, me Ii lute it Ise', "Jto ; itt t oi : 'h) .
xt nstttJimbt r L land ird ,>" "> .
n c.it' Is ih di 'md I
; v .ft deitnlts. mnrlilo tt.- \i 1 iv > m ior th" noihit 1 I State and terrltort .. a. r<,pn s. ntedat .,ii furth'-- 'hm to rill the err n. one ..n'l I h' h.q. '1 1i : ,

"4s of thi land oMce officials expeiio i Ito m sston The |plu.... for h'll! Sing Ij"n ..r 'n''" Honor to th' facts th| i .. < : 'n ; .' "II" ,I '

.. outrun Imps, rorn are and raised.. h..,.it amen\ itu f..'..1..i a r.,i.riot r.'I :i.lid,This,!, o"ic.whl' hirslnt In .s< at' II '; the next m..'ting mil t..> d,-<'Io1.tb no it'nrot'tn'i II"" s have bt. n madeI | '.11.- -.1 :, .. I I' I' rN ., !' .. t .,t

th. tae ,- a committee appointed for th.IT, Th r.'Tnr'.. I,.. It I II '" ] 1 r v I I1.it.fi.fct I' I
I -
his dart L nrrulisl!t in It .t, ,, n.' \ i isit.. rids Ihrn1ll" : : i. .. 1II
OJ' puriiose. I I jr R. so:ted, that me take tb s mr'h I I t I q' : '. 'oJ !, .


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Everything I'' Furniture, carpets, rugs, mattings, and- "F

I kitchen utensils l of every description .t

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For the House the our It is price the Roods quality that popular.make and .F ran kT. B u d ge our the It is price goods the quality that popular.make and

I Twelfth Street
Miami. Florida

I I .\ nuicl.int from SlUt' r Piitr, I ; \ ."n I Mr U ; t i -

.J \ ''terddx sidtid th.it I II. \ tJaerd:: .. t1 f in ini.i.. > i A m
I Ia"iiion ('It) and l IIr Smith, ( "i'.11"| < \nih' "n\ ( :; | | REGISTERING SWITCH LOCK IS

.d a nt't.il: wiMp ..' ,hit pi.ice ants stor. l .,

L I from thti.lrj to th. uhh. : ai.J mI t In '
giM; I

gjcrsonxl J1tll'ft JJoftS )J Jf of were additions nn'(.eitsful to the in making chu ci; a!h\niiinlier litterland rnntetiunt weir to l VALUABLE[ INVENTION OF MIAMI MEN

I convection Th. III..t tOle', were

gr.atl\ enjo\d \i\ .il' vh > Httnd'': :Moffatt

and It was rl'ler"'d tint the e\'i"""- lui.n t> ",, l J

vite rains brought heat tu s<> snort! gall agile (
Attorn s Mich.ll I) I'rur added I Mr V ( Mmih, t' .nd mother Mrs |
+ clone I I.,..!.,.(i ..11 1 I I essrs J. N. Lummus
f.f"r". la.lAt..d at and E. Ford
anli Li I i- w irlilh prtnxesMon a fine HJ'r.I are Wells Have Patented A Single '
Jot in \' side last wr. k | : 1 \ l;.wn. r a on Tenth M | 'he ptwt| i i
j\I'r I' Bradley fertilizers are the best ti.rin. I IIM I \ : Device That Will Greatly Eliminate The Daiger From Open
\'nu. II rn
Mr\ and Mrs M. S hoed, of i Miss llcrlxrta' ferry has recovered |For sale by J. E. Lummut, Miami Railroad Switches
Inuu painful sprain and i I. able I Erery Key Used in
late lIt
St m .i'd \ \ ate gustt; Mr I'

tb Bv \i w Hotel. I to be out .igdin- I Mr A. II Atlanta. manager of ,the month It is RegisteredFrom

Florida Fish & Produce eo. atetrJ nient of
1 Is,1,
:Mae: 11..11 Vijor' of I.Vw York. i
Mr -h.-v is building; a fin> boat thin morning that hi. had rirux.d re< ngnrd l I I
.. wnh. the null I
nn i>nm< it-U drpaU| .
south e'llf: .. th' ba I communication from ot the
bona "U ti. n ) i" one t >-h.irtl\] ni
: mint of the Idtal. having arrived j
In to, "I' ,1 1 lea residence .,tunld men In his employ at EAU rllIr.th..t; pairing: Daily Metropolisov' 15 ,icnnling: 'he number of the last key

-- 1 I a houwlmal had come arbor.. Jnct t the "r..n' ,I m\."'ry of who lift the switch' :usern d t
Prof .Ind !Mrs TV Mathers east of that place and 'hit It wax V\' (' : I | ,'n will uo more be to'I'
I I I Mrs M .\. Glll>,'rt who has been a mystery j This Invention will be _
| !'probablthe a grew I boon
a hat r.I.'III'd I from a trip to upper one blown to xea m the t ....1..n | ..
\111 with tihoid, ft'-"r for a number offlciuls and the comruoa- to railroads whiih for nhate
New Y..I tk Niagara rulisand also recent storm Mr Adams thinks Aalso r> |> I ears peat
o. awka.. at her mother home on ..11 b. b..rn..11
tO the >.181 I that this Is the same bOIl..lIoalhi. tears wow responsibility of
I I I Fourth .tr..I..ld l now improving. I In off Mr J. N. I.ummus wrecks for the reason that the man
men were quartered JUKI ec (rrosln and Mr. E. x
{ Mrs I.ise. mother of Mrs G. G I I,'I Cape Florida and has sent word to Aral hit .. I ( \\ells. of this City have who lift the switch open could nevfer r
the latter' for the Mrs Marion liralev and MrsCarrie Eau Gallic have this I pat i be traced
Rambo it anent to, determined .. vt
.haler. who have been a link for railroad switches .
S oc-
| :Now If .
weason at her homo /In Fort Dallas Mr I.. adopted By the railroadsiOt
w ParkMr |I cup) InK the lion cottage on Uth st.. I will record the number of the i the country each man will have
'II. ,
r |I have moved In to the Mouelv; cottage Aetna dynamite and supplies for clerk .y which last opened the lock | a key the number of which will.\ be

and Mrs K M. Large; bate returned on Eleventh street sal I. by Lnmmus A Bewail. !koka Ite /; : I .. .. having a check on the man ', recorded In the railroad ofBcei ;;

i ( ,, Jacksonville carnival I I i i a switch Is left
ron great : llVhen open the jock
:Mr and :MrRedmond; ; B Gautlor'are Co. with : bo possesses the key j'
and r"I>ort one of the best T' Mr Fred Kelley whose family resides -: C..n. .. ,' ran be examined sad the Indicator
time In their llesMrs moving; Into the largeesideme i Several months ago In convcrsa- [ will show the number of
on 11th St. formerly of Lung l ixklntii the last
I near the Corner ojl \venu B ana Island was among; il. M I .ta< t:n ble I new rr ,: : '! : I with Mr E Ford Wells Mr.Lum- key used lo the lock By referring

II T Leigh and Mm S d. 'i:Seventh street occupying the apartments victims, all hope of bra rescue now | onuwhat mentioned to )Ir. Well au I j to their records. the officials' will t

)Morn I ; .. ... recent arriving tourists adjoining Mr J. H Adam*. having been Hbad.n J !lie! ass bualnear .. that had been on his mind for find who possessed the particular!

for the winter located at the Rutherford a young man and I.:: ;'. r. A :if" pt.d I clay make number of years but that h.. could key and he alone will be responsible 1 a

Hurdlne ft Quarterman' have an attractive I child to mon: >i hi; terrible death. I be the I bring; It to such /rotut..s to for any damages; ;
I ad In todu>" s M'-tropolls\ ] '
{I! besides hir' parents mil 'I iewho 1t.1, I hi h. the device )!r. Lumniu was Mr I.ummus will 1 leave for the r
Mr < V' R Benntt and family hare calling; attention to their annual fall I one time chief train dispatcher I!I
I| moved here from Orlin| ) !o'ir 11 long North I In a few days for the ptirBom
returned from their regular summer opening' months ago.; His wife will go i.-er: I the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- of bringing the patent to the al'en-
outing: In New York and are at home and It had always. been lib de-
to friends In JacksinvC'o: or 1 a"i-1 I Mr and tlon of railroad official Sufficient
al th..1r residence .111 I :th mrt-e:. The Miami Groter Comi any hareshened s pa Although yet rl r.tlII1"iIn; 11.:9: rived In .. to Invent a lock that would capital Is IJPhln.t) the patent to being
fMba the of It. .
up hppearame .
city, the bereaved family has the the responsibility on the man It Into
I : | are now universal use '
Bessie Illiamnon Is home store building on Twelfth street by rympathy of the / ho last opened a .switch for always.
placing In front a long whirl awning C3mmuii"yMoney on I 14th r'f'II.* I I. highly elated overthe
attain.; Trot i .< \lsit to her nsler a switch had been left open ana
Mra J H Prttevs In Jacksonville, with. the Miami Grocery Cmp.ny"painted northern train wrecked with the loss of success of his patent although
In striking red letter it to loan OB improved sropany. |I Mrs Kron this 1 1. not his first achievement \
and ..110 sl&.ht seeing at the carnUalMrs upon liven the man who last opined
O. 8. Amadan. Cocoaaat Grave, nl>emar> : ,I natural' born Inventor he has Invented '
switch could never be frace I Ifter
The gad news has been received --- Ing of | over forty contrlvence. some of f
B F Havens, and muter returned \ telling; (r.'pll.* of the Idea !I
friends In that Mrs. Mrs C. M. Frazure and month ; whlrh have been and
OB Friday from jmanllle.! by this city Mary the children had regarding; such a lock the patented ,t
Ga and St Augustine Fla. wherethey Price. mother of Miss Edelweiss left Saturday last for Miami. "a. ) ) .. guaranteed Mr Lummus he others left standing. w
to join ( Fraiure had oral hou...
spent" the last t.o months Price has thown some Improvement 'apt who proceeded solve the problem and have
i In her condition which could them a few day.. where one thIBK i.
war this to him in less than twenty-four Mr and Mrs B C Hay good andchildren
ered as very dangerous last week I I1 excellent family will reside In future could not / *
The the Little Rier
water on prairies Mr Lummox gave Mr Wellsiner of Quincy Fla" are" guests
i. some* hat subsiding; and millnoon Capt. and Mrs! Fraiure are of the lo >k and finally after hei of Mrs. Sarah F. Z. Glrtman at her

be ready for Starling crop Victors exclusively \\ holesalejand I lamang, .; the pioneer residents of this ab' to rqPakoflered| him a prop home on :Ninth street.THE '

) thereon retail M..truloolitan| Talking j'I city, and hold a high place In the | If yon lIlon which. was Immediately ac-

Maihlne Co. Jat'khonvl'lj: Fla popular esteem of our people andl'I ood '

Mr. Lirzlrhatton has returned Agents wanted / I'I I.. bile. KlMlmmee' regrets to lose I get the Mr Wells went home and In lei RACKET() STOREIs
have hue we
they the
bent wishes of i II i
-to Vl.iml from a pleasant stay ( swear. hours returned to Mr.
Mr H Poe who has chart t the entire town for their I i the food
ID Jacksonville attt-nfllng the carnival ? 1'I success In 1.1 m with, the mechanl-m of the
Palm Beach office of the t oulbl'ruIxpr. their new home.-Klsslmmee additional
and Is again In th. k
Jeweleryjitore completed Then Is when Mr
or Marnard t Son .... C'on'pant.\ each ... 18011. Istemporaril I I GairtteLOrder: valley-I the best !
\ and Mr Wells went Into
)' located at Miami He or let as The Place
partnership Going to the
Mr and Mr Edwin B Lent of will go to Palm Beach a f..x days a cue of soft drtuta /N1rKed about '\' achlne shop and manu rI

Pevtsklll :V Y. ate In the city for before the hotels open for t-be seaJ or shipped to yon by the Miami BoLt.j jewelers' In town Mr.Wells I
the winter It the San Car son ( r\\ :News ha dale'A _
stopping 1 UAc Works Jitg1.. Miami I*. the lock completed In lets than
loam Hotel! Mr Lent Is heavily lAThe Mr! Mary months and sent to Washing; I i.it i.
friends of .fl.! .. Annie K.Pan- Edelweiss'
Interested In real estate In this city |
Mr. Homer to the patent office. who nntl-
T. ,
Welch well known make* difference
ton will be glad to know that ate will ter In ) Jtmwant.
to Mlamlana, has returned to this the Miami geniuses that there We have H.
Mr C F Forsythe, one of Miami' be In Miami again this wither, asbookkeeper terman Is Call sade
city where he will\ have his head- nothing ever patented of the ... If It ohonkl
occasional} residents has returned In the Halcyon flail Hotel j home In of lock happen we +
sent to them.
quarters as Route Agent of the have nn. what
from a business IDur through.; the Miss Paxton Is well known in hopes are you want we'll
+ Southern States and will be at home this city and has acquired many Southern Express Company Mr I ler> "I \ The lock In Its mechanism Is atm try lo help HIM II ...1 will be

for several days friends during her short stay here Welch for several months was agent I jthif city ., yet wonderful Each key that glad of the npportsmily to aid Joe

In this city for the company at which { apparently the lock has a number and I ii*

.t Dr and Mr. Littleton and two The Pk-kerf Compaq so well t time he became known to all. who ,I friends of so that the man who

Ton. arc located at Mis l:, V.Romfh' known to Miami's th.atrefrs.wlllbe bad dealings with blm. as a gentleman ; ter: .. the lock U compelled to turn
here of business ability and who |] combination! and record his
on the Boulevard and are on or about the 14Ui of December suffering rum -
J among the eariv arriving.; tourists to give a two .....k.. performance looked after the Interests of the I,I recover before getting; the key removed. 1 I w

.' liere for the winter aeanon for the benefit t>f the Mlxml 1 Rifles I shipper .. well .. the compsny lb I Ile I The lock.
In Its model form will
\tnong the members of the: I itb' early spring.; of this year be i, Mr J D a thousand lessen but the : W. H. Chaille & SonHandler

Mr E K Howard one of Miami'sweH company Is Henry H Culbe.iwn, was transferee to another agency In ''the ", :: reserves the amount to one
'former Miami Thomasvlllei Ga.. where he has been : I I r
known C'oolrllrtln.mallOnll.; has box Railway
.1 It Is small. and the lock,
'' located nnttl) his return to Miami of FvrrylhlngKtrrylhlng :
3on; to Fort LaudflradV for *"eweeks row for Ix :
as strong as lix k
Mr !Ain P Grime\ whew anv manu- I : said' ('
where he has B rcrtrnc f. r \ new fOrk road has been completed position resume : ( .tuted. liking IIIhp small .. 1waIM'| r i
Mr. Welch pac
.' the erection ol a dwelling! ho-i." :ot 1 I I from the ciain'y rock road I i iHI now takes. has lWf'n one of the about an Inch The rest of thok l I

:Jar Th,.ntaa Br au 111I1''l1t e. lemon City. hall a mile I]i transferred Welch will tr Into. another state Mr. j hou'eho.it | I conttlnlne the "m"ln..llon r.'- 1211 Avenue D. 'Phone 183
taln the
office n*><1 l"> .
newt I to the propem of Prof J. I I. : t to "a and) ,
..VI'4f Gorton and Mr Hoiiwr be-I..Mr Gimes tier the :M'trnpnlis of!\cei I
The 'launch Trixl Is on the It Is room I l :
Messrs Heck i Hume. undergo4lt flog rnnr.nred: : north f> !hander i !l.a'er. If successful In getting a inns iw f tin,''' In | ,I

'j ( reiw end additions to machln- nrowrtr, and ilI'If' a great ..Pentto P111n.I \\ekh will Join h<'r behind i me:; l been ;

cry "h. I mnrh I I. owned bt the 1 Iht. n alert* here.Profit. n ,Ili x h. rr &
Hughes Company
llanett. c. at Cape Srble. and u I th- "to | ,
ajsed as a dispatch boat. l S1" Bnrdlne A. Quarto'rmao's ad on the farm In Dade county thru it ,' I 9

I I i in I..daI"su... calling attention to 1 Is po nearly a sure thing tint the I ilrlftinc! '
Mr and Mrs Kirk Munroe have returned their fall H-ning| ; whlth takts place| moot Ignorant; need not fall If the 'r..i ''II"| ra'i. ,

: rm a highly interesting: : next Thursday evening same amount of labor and planingIs : : work. Commission Merchants ;
; I expended on the soil In this Motion ,
aid Tijovajtle trip abroad where i loan I in .
among nl lh*>r they visited I Prof And )I r. J. Irving Gorton.. I that Is put In the ,ground In'' hnh he | ..:
Scotland ; ..t1 retura In the best I Mrs George Haldron and two I Indiana or Illinois\ the profit of each I I I and dealers in :
acre will show that
of health and state that they are diushters returned to IJttl Rl, I ten acres ncreIs In t the

"happy to b* upon Florida soil again this week. from a Are month trip'. as valuable as 100 acres there sidea: a R: ; \ : i Fruit Produce Fertilizers and Crate Material '.:
'Why are there so failureshere
i to New York City and neighboring.; I many who last 1 I ,
them! Because there Is too
If you want to snake sure crop resorts Thu spent a vey enjoyable as both :''r ( i :1
much Rambling done A man with
Me the 8kinn Irrigation hyutemJ mimmer and return much beae- nnnu Is :\ ) --- -

Better and cheaper than shedding for tatted h> shear Kijourn. 1100. will pit In thr.to five acres herome an | : I

(lneappl..<*. H S. Pennock. '' j of tomatoes and expects to clearI1.ROO and e.niid; Fresh and
tune FinSee "P-I' Mr !McDowell son of Mrs. Swan on It. He has been so sure to bring Pure Garden Seeds a Specialty. \
|that( he will baler able crop and get
soon the well k'10" nand [>opii'ar: I radon she |"
I' 'Imird !'a .good; peace for It that he will not
nti'ne, ban returned from a ': 's. wli '
comic [ plant anything else Me bur the
our Fancy and nine months slat In Honduras .nd reedy for |i
; teed for the horse sad canned goods;
Is tip from his home In Coroaniiv l leveled Tifi :
for the family because It takes too j
I Grove today greeting his friend l later the ,
much time, and some one has toM
I He utate that the storm was not so'hewre more lltr t
him that he cant ruls* anvthlng
PostCards In that country led hrr
j at was felt' "
here at the lime when he should he J
on the Florida coast i ij 'i in the iK ,
rllttlnR: In a garden for the house.
I! If he should have a cro.i of tomatoes !marksm.tn FOR
j t you want frUllxera' eonstut J. K.Lvmmna. he will liana a load of toma'oe* where .. SALE J

i i agent for the oH rellabU ',to town and n load of hay for the combative I

I Bradley] goods t I horse back home again There is the |' -;
II fault he does not save the thing The

I there are to save 'hay can h. had I'fliet' of (' ;

Miami View Post Cards i! For a GoodInvestment II for the cutting and one crop wl'l I pav' ,thl.. port A Money-Making BusinessOn 1

for all the m.chln..rYlhat IK ne.-<,..,/aa the !

to put It up with Get a McCor-j|
20c per dozen : I mlck mower and aha" |irf.* .,nd JGr.| 'xx'' th.. : account of poor health will ell my squab breeding

1 Or a home the old reliable I make as much of the hay that will\ ( th .r. :-\... i ','' plant, about 2W.pair fine breeder wire for flying pens r
from the after. the '" \e \ i kith
come tomaItoei -
Homeseekers Agency ctop pans, nappies, nestvll for 'lest than 1-2 of w hat k
I are gathered as was made: from, i'j< -, I 1't" i I
214 Avenue D, between them 'i I' ',' ti I i : :. they cost. The birds will cover the io\t of the outfit in't

2nd and Third Streets, is Buy Field Fence end raise your I I': i.< t..r i .. I i less than 3 months Favorable terms to responsible :

SIR1CTLY RELIABLE I meat and hate money coming In i I I', 1 .1!," "i-,:> i ., i parties. Fine. Mack Minorca pullets and cotktrcN for :

II. from tb 't. "'p..1II sell you th< 1 r '! fill'l\ sale at low prices. Call or address

: Farm M,ichinery and give }uu fa<) I .' '. :

I C. C. Carroll I | terms on It ',.' 1.. ?' I \ JAS. McCOMB, Jr., Pompano. Fla. :

rot II I MIAMI IliftrtWlRE COMI'VNV I u '. I
I I.
Miami Flouda I W. wait your Money lb. .'k i



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\\ .nhminon 1) (' .: l 1"ot rtlnoi: Mt !trti ,nil- ., Mr II. .. ; I .. I: -lie' a :a.t .
t ) 'lit, were :. .id and I 1'I'r..1 1 nuw ih n when .n.I'MI"r- 2-1 aaas a m. I 'sns5tv/ J 'es o. : 1 I_ u.I, .,....

( i ,. ..I I Ih tnof.1, n'in.irkrfl),!.' -.
Ihr h.n- l.....n told for A lone niece. I M .,rt> "'.". In whit is so ton wlis edeilltu |'I d I t Thu. careMr. 11tlIOSm lr"- t 11\-_ 4' Tn..."" I : .e I n, I 1 i "ass._ I
!Hn :m. of coir-u, Is mill the U I II" ; _
1"iI'd: lit the IHlt. ( a rs.pe a, ,
conif, ,, out in ('t.nu..n' whit Hum.ft called (..rahnili .I.till..n. iu>'II.-IIIII"'j I mint) : : 'seuic1 I I Ii s ,. e-ps
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I Hoird ol Tiililii InItutt'un. that the Ilto.1 talked of but there Ian t thanagreenie bias I..I alik.el i a I I I wm :::
..-. 0 Murk that it to I..- duet. .. ih( :n was to Mt uut of the hurl) 'nl inioim,. IH mo. rats at tohi" U'i tps 1 1p; Li fll".40. "I ..a
pt'rlntindfiit I N hi rt'In oidtnd todu I 13 alas I Mpm" .. .. : .r i I'"
the nut few ..efUin{ the tauiiol( nf < itt life. and to keep thteteu. i 'it 'the' treasurer of Shade toiinttpiy a"allar.tlll.hirh his friend had 12 ..... I Mss N It"'k"?e""s'Ar. hi. t ''' J .aw

I' if nothing: !its, than a claim\ that honor of tin wat aa a (suburbanite I to warrant No 36. drawn UUl hoped would follow' the election 1 1 tetss IMs Tps Sups N N l.an" .111. I IJ I t";1>1>''I 1 I l7.m Iva

th.' art of ancient frescoing;. an practiced did not think 1 would live lung : l !loa. In 8|>e<'tal tax 9('hool I destruct lose on the ht-els of his failure to ...... N .... Y.iiraame*.. I a II I ..Ilan... Tf
wSepm I .s
Raphael.!Mlchitel Angelo and enough for the city to try to scoopm ;0.0 1 fund In favor of the Sun Pub- secure the election of a Democratic : Mss taas : c :: : :: : ::::::: .5bs;' 1i: ;S :: :slam I :I i: '

eonardo de Max\ has ben rediscovered ) home in as u part of the city. II.hing Lo for |4S and that this House Representatives cries a ... s Gp .. ...F.TlM.'k.: I Yes Yeppa -j;
and mill be used In the decoration low. Miami has grown: board will protect the board in doing Chairman Grlggs. of the Democratic a eat.as.. sips, ,. o luau luau, 11 11 >

of the capital building The When the committee of city; council ime." congressional committee with a declaration a Sias QM L.i. ....:. : 1w ti nape

artist In question is Max rrlederang. (of which 1 was one) bought ten The superintendent was directed In favor of the nomination i e tones MS a p j case case I p qa Mss

of Ne.. York who was employed acre of land from Mr*. Brlckell and of John Sharp VMlllamt In 1 t\I eii. q
10 notify the trustees of Special Tax lass a 16ps ... .. .... .. watt Pals _II gem aspsi
during the life of Pope Leo. In retouching laid It out a* a cemetery everybodysaid School District No 1. that they had "I am for \\illlamt." the Georgia a t .1,.. .... s v f
Ys ... ..... .. aayelrsy sips
many of the frescoes In the "Why did you put the cemetery atesmon declares. regard 1 lesa of : : top = : w lain : .{
not complied with Section 12 of a... sps :: :::.:::.Fort Lau4srdsae .. I ; ; lYPs:
\atlcaa Including those of the fam- so far out'" and those who remember Chapter' 46: H of the law of Florida he supposition that a Southern man S alas p tips ........ ........basis.' i I w
1 Ass s taps .. .. ....... Halla" ..... 7 IYss I Y..s !
OUR Sistine Chapel. where the work walking out through the and that they be directed to furnish un not be fleeted It It evident I 7.w.s >ros
Lases .
had been particularly destroyed by deep sand to attend the first funeral he board with a copy of their itemized I hat, although Democratic principle 17 ass. w Apps 4' .......... si tat t.I .. h at.._ 7 7.tausaa. ..w C

cannon shots during the Napoeonlclcrston will admit It was. a long way from estimate which should have been are accepted and put in force by a .: Sus m .. ... L.art! '::'::::'U..t Ytssl' :.:' I ; aups :-t J

the city.How done (In June 190S Republican administration the Dtmratlc -' 1L I i:.Jt

the story 1i It .. Interesting at a Miami has grown The superintendent was requested party as now organized cannot safes psrlnr('an on trsess iJ ssd ;a liu.t +'1"'plD;; .U 0. (-.1.. PI sad t;;:-- ,

rtHuanoe. and to to the effect that Cow the universal criticism I I. to ask the trustee or Special Tax get the offices. After this I ama t lrwlly=sae.pt suoelsy.n. = __

the artists employed on the work "W hy did they locate the cemeteryso Democrat with a prefix -a Southern I
; School District No 2 to act with the >h ..II'IN. .1): .J.a.
i mere. unable to match either the near the clay" uperjntindent In securing bids and Democrat-one who will advocate ...., i I... De.1s, ,I .atp0ST asaacu. Nes j :. IN. It "
irw )
colon or the treatment in the orlgInal I hate certainly! had a run of bad making arrangements for rebuilding he nomination of a candidate for e lry e. cNSe: tal" aA IDly .

) picturesPope Leo nally decided luck lately First Broward hit he school house at Allapattnh The he presidency who will please South- 'i rp.1, la toss i tot's 9 .ts.s Li .1.e a. ne lieu tat ]

that'the work should be givenvp me In the back for forty dollars superintendent| was directed to rent pra Democrats. If the North" Intends a sip.:, :: lass : !tape a e...,, insth Jact..seelle I. 1 sus I: 7'fI.=ps I a bps Ka7.eps
: trtas Yel ew C Seam l'.hi' h h.s \\1 : :
but Frlederang begged him to drainage tax. salt marshesI ( to continue to punish for seii 7 'ssm
on some a room to he used as n school room us I "' -1 Ie -- Is.t r a issue Atlseutelswea '
7 ,
nwm II I
I 'sin
How an Inrectlgatlon of the \'..U'fIa happen to own for the year 19o.. In ad4ltlonto the regular: school and he tint of our father. I am In favor I cops I! lass 7 Wpm I i .jam Sr __ cal p"n 1. ( vim I II 1 arse Sops asps x511'tldif.A ;

( Library In the hope that among and he proposed to increase the tax that an assistant be employed to take of accepting our verdict now, and y6

the old manuscript of Raphael and to eighty: dollars next year and keepIt hargt of said room at the rate of acting accordingly" Lrl_! AND OCCIDl'liL STEL SIIIP CO'tNECTION3 AT !IU!

ft Michel Angelo there might be up for ten twenty or fifty years $ 40 tier month The board then adourntd .CJ.ee c.MC1Jee: MN, .1 Miast wick l .
Steswaktps .f tile P. t 0. S. So c.. .. '
some clue f< theo..N'1. jf theit longer; Fortunately; the good people until two o'clock when th..ytook There It Jubilation among the Havana and ,. 1!

work The March was aeordlngly of Florida. by their vote last up the regular routine work ot friends of James Rudolph Garfield | p Key \Vest. ,..-.

made and ultimately there was Tuesday Declared that they; preferreo he board When changes In the cabinet were IOVTII aotJ liD NOaTNaoliNO- .,

foaad an old diary of Michel Ange- to keep the Everglade. at an alligator announced shortly before election f e MTAM! ..Ta.'tsy, nataMsy. It Krs L. f 4"1'IA' Ths'ts,. ... 12 _'
; .. ggy 111}:::1FT .111 ........ s
aln..lsys I0 pea sr It t t w raT .. ..,
t to which showed that four hundred farm and safeguard against Th. s Yips
here It the law exactly as It and the name of Garfield did not apetear | lwggywgsT III""D..t.n a..ry.u ,Ie kr1 NFUT

year ago be and the other artists Jack Frost Well the general election that Revised Statutes of f appearsn 'lorlda.'arafraph there was a feeling among bit AIMAVAJIA. .. Thandavs Seem \r \11\\11 loose.Thurslae.M.sdsya.sSOps. Tu.sisys asps '

engaged on the Vatican frescoe of last Tuesday I. a thing of friends that the Commissioner of toAdditieaal
a%. Sallia8 teetwetn West
Key and ilavaesi
were la precisely; ibe tame quandary the past and that brings me to the Corporations had not been treated ?

,, aa the modern painter Michel Angelo point. I have Just escaped theclutches Cities 1 limits and town: Extentlon of territorial 'airly' He had been told. sometime t IIAVANA ggy wvsr Tti..lses we ni.y.+si..rdsi lee-Isis: a sass lips I i I 1 e v kLYsLsTTussdays.n aVAS Tue.tsrsestjM.y: 1! Ors' t

told In till record" bow In t.tord.y. sps
digging of Broward and his dredges -
that be
was to enter
Into the Coliseum for building and now come the city; of Miami "If the tract of land so proposedto the cabinet and It was understood T...... Discharge: : Passengers at 5: pa. 514.: No 1 ".I'''' -
b annexed contains ten
material the workmen had broken like one of the giant; of the or more -
his to Commerce
into an old crlpt which had been the old fairy tale. or like the spider and registered voters. the ordinance proposing portfolio was 00 T_ TI_ Tsid." ... ehew lb. ruse.. lIt .hk. i-sales m. M a tw",1 e.. .m,. si sad 01-.5
to annex said tract of land and Labor. Mr. Garfield was not at as. thswersl" I 1..s. .lei; 'Lis-ehri at a'Ii-, 'a..1 no"e ..........
t studio of some forgotten artltt In says: Step Into my parlor. It In shall.be submitted to a vote Iberty to explain that plant hadbeen I oar 1..alo.I.- I h. ". r.i...elea- :I..e..r 'u' r. ey "'....l", .' .+.A.1n/'''.--.

this studio they found among other nicely furnished on the Installment of> lbe registered voters separate of said I changed and that he was toulc..d For Copy 0' ttis lOCAl. Tt':C erD: Of' Otter laf.rmatlo. -

thin;* a number of ancient amphorae | plan I only owe f 100.000 and you city Ethan Allen Hllchcork
or td,,'n and of said trait of land < atsecretary "SEE THE T'' ;:::1ET AGENT.'
filled with a clear elly-llk. can help me pay that trifle and never -
| of Inu. lor. His friends,
Such. election shall be cal.ed and I ;
j J. D. RA"NE Ac.t. fie -1 I \-f ST.
S Vttance. which all of the artist | feel It. conducted. and the thereof I her<-lore. had to do the best they A"lST'NE.' FLA.

pnr-<'at declared: was simply the medium I do cot want to have any quarrelwith paid by .the corporate expense authorities of.aid could at guessing and their guess

S used In mixing; the fresco color bright Miss Miami but I don't w. that the President had not kept
Sty or town. and the said tractof
<- They said It mas like the media want to live In her parlor. I pre- alth
land shall not be annexed tiniest
they; used made from lime. but fer the country air and 1 tell her so. There bat been considerable comment -
such annexation U b
that It had been seasoned through 'but she goes on lo say that there of two-thirds approved of the ) a on the fact that not since Robert Atlantic Coast
majorit registered Lines
are. borne of It was tried tn the will be an election held next Wednesday Lincoln retired from the secre-
voters actually toting at such
? Vatican frescoes and worked per the 14th in t. to extend the election In said district and: In said arythlp of war In INKS had there s

tect Bat Michel Angela did notbelieve city limits northward a quarter of THROCGIISCIIiDCLE '
y I city or town" l iH< that it mat the sale tuff a mile north of the cemetery and
n In fact !Mr Garfield Is the
Shall be submitted to
they had been using and .ft." an-jj'i:i you: have simply got to come in and s'oteof the registered voters a separate ot said onlY son of a President who during Florida, Georgia Alabama Virginia, North Carolina

i .. the material discovered that; hoard with me whether you want. to city or town and of said tract of land recen' years bat been at all prominent and South Carolina

I It was a slUictte paint and gave the: or not. I won't do a thing to you That settles It. In public life. though Gen r red The great Highway of Travel between

receipt by which. It could be madE. except doable your taxes at least, Submitted to a ..I'par.ttvote' Grant Is making for himself an enviable -

r This and with receipt It he Frledenrang toad been able recovered to produce I or though qundrupte I my them decide: hut to I triple will. them leave we Suppose admit for Uautler the take It correct of argument as to The new reputation secretary as a of soldier.l>e Interior f1rrida; anj the East and \\Vest. North anj South

frescoes not only of LLuruilcovering I that rualnl with. my board of public .
he law. and that the Attorney Gen III the second son of t the late Prs a1dent -

i but whlth have bow subjected I works. they may tax you a few Geo M. Robblnt Esp..and )our Garfield and has always tllslayed CoonnJ U Service. Elegane Pullman 6quepmenl. Hsgnifeeat Dining Car

to all sore. of te.!t without t hundred dollars for a sewer, but a keen Interest In public affairs -
t servant are wrong 1 sim "
being destroyed at mKrn! flescucswould that Is nothing If you can tell peopiou 1.r.I'ask the people of Miami to give: tie was born at Hiram U. Route of the DIXIE FLYER
beSome ) live In the city and like bit father and brother harry .
|HX>r Rubes out here a square Celebrated } FLORIDA="D WEST INDIA LIMITED ;{
samples of the work veers The election to decide whether the I attendedilllam College ana
If 75 or 80 per cent<< of the .
submitted to the authorities of toecapltol territorial limit of the city of Ml\ later graduated from the Columbia Trains MONTGOMERY, L. AND S. .
who bought lots out here and .
and the result mat so satisfactory ami shall\ be extended north of the bunt lebo e with the object of ieein6 l Law 8ohoolln) New York rlll.n| hit __ tf

that the artist has beenengaged cemetert or not will b* held next free from city taxes. and not being admission to the bar In 18X4 he
to do a consld ralob) amountof Wl'dn..t\da The question i Is wheth at the mere) of any net of grafters Into practice\ Cleveland. Atlantic Coast Line one thousand mile tickets gold over 18ea10 toilet of rall- '

mural decoration: which mill be er over SO per cent of the people whom the people might elect for office A decade ago,; he served in the Unlo road. .mbraelnl all psertions of the !touch. on sale U all principal sjebeies. a.

f finished by the time Concre-n meets, I( who live out In this neighborhoodi legltlature and was member of rate of IJS: ..('b. limited to one year from dt of pnrchae. Tot foil, eons
bt mistake do not want to bescooped
and will In all prntxtuilltv wad to be compelled to become cltl the committee which exonerated the I plete tad reliable information regarding rate, schedule, Pullman service..V..
In. would It be of!
appropriation for the ur"ier decorations rens of the city of Miami again square Writ
late Marcus A. Hanna of the charge
democratic to force them In. Ul
of the In'erlo* of the capitol their will of Improper Influences in securing Frank C. Bovlttnn, 1'1.'. r.... Aft. W. D, stark. Traveling Pat*. Ages i I'
I course. I hear a few voters using
It It one of thoromantic: The law, at I understand it. re say yesbut hit election to the United I 14 W. Bay street, Jacksonville. Da.
they are the who said
stories which very .vldom com ti qulies an election to be held In the yes, the; drainage same scheme: men is wrong. States Stnate Hit entrance Into the W J. Crag, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington\ N. C. ,

light In real I life but: is Interestingenough city at which a majority! of two- but we are 'going to vote for It. Just field of national affairs was when 1

to warrant a rvcvnl in contemporary thirds of the vote rant shall be In President Roosevelt appointed him I
he same; we ve got It In for the corpofatlont -
; printNewt favor of scooping its In. and an election .
:a member of the Civil Service Commission -
a out here at McCrlmmon mill 1
a about five ears Whets
In closing I want to put a word ) ago
: hat been recnrej by; the at which two-thirds of the voter In .the ear of the Miami Cemetery the Buerau of Corporations came Into SEABOARDAir 1

Reclamation service of th! Seologlj[ j, who live In the territory. which It li. Improvement Association existence. In February 1903.: he'

ca Survey that engine*rs he at proposed to scoop In shall vote In that organization has done a good was apIK.lnt..d Its first I'ommlulon..r.nd

last tuoreeded In closing the break. favor of being(: scooped his held the office since
work 1 have an impression thatthere
In the banks of the Colorado River I I had. talk with ft n Oautleit Mr iirtit'd Is a trustee of Williams '
II. law or If not ala. thena
which. for more thin a y...,- part Gsq city attorney. when I w.nt toilette and president of the Line Railway
lute of the State Board of Health
been flow lag northward Into the (Ido..n to vote on election day. and he board of trjdtemjf take Erie Col
which his ..lIlhe torn of a law. to
Solton Sink and threaten to forman not agree,. with me lie tats t
the effect that no cemetery shall bf Itge; at Pamfsvllle I O Unlike his. .tt

International lake >n lie borJ..-- I ";0.0" If tw-thlrdi of all the located In Incorporated city o, elder brother tarry'. he hat always

of Mexico bigger; ; than am other bodyof I cotes cat at both elections<< in the any had political ambitions and seven FOR ;
town. and If oneIv alr..dI..atpd*
fresh water In the fritted SI.I"II. city and outside combined are In fai tears ago',. thought seriously I of becoming -
on land Intorporated or annexed asa
except lake Superior It Is a tn i !' vor ot the scooping or kidnapping; I
part use
but to the kite of this country that Iache-nit. thin we are wooped I told ,10"<
millions! of people in the t'nltedStates |shim If what he said was the law it I know' when we Incorporated Ti.ttlseillc : Senator Hanna. at that time theleader Raleigh! Richmond, Walunnton, Baltimore

do no rts'izf: hit such a cataMropbe i-I would bea waste of time for ut of the publican orxanization "
<< Just tt' .
twtntt :art ago wh Philadelphia. New York '
hat ln-'n Impending Hut It countrtnien to go; lo the trouble ofcrating G.'OK
of the Mate. Judgt
I .} has. and the .r'ld'nl was entirelyommg at all we would simply throw however Two Elegant Trains Daily.
I little r..m..flIra! Mart K Tltu-. Nash aa his candidate.
to the iHxullnr formation of up our hands: we are not all Idiots>
*' founder of the tillage/ had, given and (j..rn.'d soon after annllune..dhlm..1f Seaboard Express :Seaboard Maid ;
; the country near the southern end out hen \\'eo.re well aware thai
'andld..le for Conurt In
for a ct'mt terand ill< h had hewnus'd i
1 -
ol the Rifer a cut with nearly! a thousand totsrecould
l'ol'lrado. up to that time think the the Twentieth districtfter a

', easily outvote a little country samelaw or rule I N still in force spirited mnlft which .litt.im. b..dIt Modern Pullman EqOlpment.ONLY f
\or'h and west. of Yuma In soith. settlement with less than one hun
What henefit would. derive I roml.I"'IIIo',1 titfortIt d..d. Jacob
ern California, He. the fallen tnk I Idred totts But I asked him why. we by
A Utidltr nonunuteil. and '1.an.1 lecld : r-nsns
war i
l"*lng: smoptd In a.. a part of the
th" omtst Htvtlon of which Is cot if the law was as he said Tampa, ,
r\h' The only one I hose heard I 1. > it now r"nchlJ1Dg bu third
t, fret below eis.a le> ..J.I dc..per than j jthe | with nttr :1.iiOO totes ould not ..nn..x -
it 'uc<'('fcfcitt. term<< from Jacboorllla
Dead I want to control the dittsNViith at operating 4411y Lhroo&h sleepm t3 lei Orleans.
St.a Several )Pars ago: the fort Brinksreservation .
:Miami How' would It do (
Irrigation company undertook to dig with less than JO" votes Something to
do little Pr..ld..nttoe'y.It'1 departure tor .
controlling home
ii ditch from the waters' of the Colorado It had been Inlng; to do tor .
' Panama has again htreated the
the boarding house at the of : capital
Into this low Icing; valleywhich nearly He then ..d.mllt'd corner
twenty years.
a* had been said Is biggerthin that the law was rather "am "\vennt; D and llth street for InKJance but there it consolation In the for full inform loon sod sleeper! nervations, call on any agent of th *'I'
fait that within less thin month
Unit block a Seaboard
from theoiirt
a or write
the whole area of Lake Michigan biguoas: that Is to say; there art rA.
Congress will be In Alrradypromln..nt
<' hotis. and some other
The ditch was due and 'he company two sass of reading It, and closet* spotnwe
senators and
ftulxL. might point out But I
J procured but wmtehing overa | the conversation tit handing me the '
I have said enoughhtn. vote I art arriving In the city and 0 MCDONNELLatGujw.. ,sic JactsoDflllel Fla :
1 year eQee a phenomenal floM In petition for a criminal! court of rec U on the ;
Washington taking aspectt
next \\ednrsdat remember the
the Colorado washed. out the headgates lord to sign which I did with pleat golden : t
<< rule If you will not remember |It a bunt seat of government
of tilts Irrigation (canal and i are
then -- -- F. C. BOYLSTON Jr.. Pass. At.PAINTERS .
after the
election. the court
the Coloratlti. finding a chinnel already I think Gautler Is wrong(:; h<.
I rlls More of (Outmbrrlam CoughItrnmly
and I have an Idea Jndg Jnes will
cut for itself promptly! turnedInto thinks I am wrong Attorney Gen
shake his tides and thlr << than of all ()hers
the ditch and carved itself anew :Feral Ellis and also Gen }Ol. Robbins say Why '
t la worse than that !Miami ''at T"Ct'th..r.'r. .
oounw over a mile wide downhIP EIMJ. of Tltnsvllle, and other eml liquor saKx -

to the northward and Into the nent legal counsel' tell me I an cor- >n ordinanceIii
: order that these Thos George. a merchant at
depths of the ancient batten Sea I rl"<'t. but of course. the city .11b.., may .
Mt FUln Ontario I have
Every effort wa made to get the guided by the opinion of Its attorney obtain a" wide publicity as possibleand says
haul the local for Chambtn BesT't
agency j. tit.
as they do not
over back Into Itt proper channel i There It no decision of th' represent my '
'lain s fentlmepts alone. but
bin ttie river mould not be 'urned.During Florida Supreme Court on this point nr-arlt everyOne : '

the part tear and a half II at far as I am aware .. The truth I.. of my neighbors at h.rl'- totted Into Canada. and I FCQTILI2 CR.-: Jhe e used
tell) much of It I do of all other
the an an -
t taueof are written I am sending
hap been running dlrectlt I northward the law It so (clear that I i
and filling up this Immense basin no one has ever thought necessaryilt presume' :Ia ropy of this to each of the other linen I hate on my shelves put t7 i'I neture t.kes lJIt I hint lISf huutfuD' ,

It hat already drowned out the .. to make a laughing stock of htmse[ Miami papers In the hope that they 'lo..Ih'r Of the many dozens soldunder I'LC..VQC01.' ;: 11M
'Jiwll., : guinntee; / I hale used 1m\ A3.t.
workt. which were In the bed of bv taking It before such court for a publish sameVery c.r ..... ,'..
a 'If and given It to my children andilwavs
the old Inland sea. and has floodedfarm decision respectful! TTf1e
I with the beat results For
. lands to tht value of severalmillion | The law to me li so plain that I Walter S Graham tote bv all druggists and the Bit i

dollars think every voter can understand It. Miami Fia Nor S. 1906. j cine Drug fo


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err r. L. Arrival of Fall Shoes

PM IHi.\:ttornn.tl.a"t >ON. & 1 1'u\\: 1tJ I 1\: REBUILT T FROM' BONI

:' :, :: '. :'::, :::, I"ok "' At : r=
"n" n- 11p Lltd 1 Ird I

r IjR. R. E. CHA./4K, ,,

t DENTIST I t I Burdine's

*1 rn ,e Rulw'y 7.Idag, And Far More Convenient Count's Demand For Allow-

.\\ ..",. A...._ It on. Ijh ........,
Than Old Bridge Which : ance of $50,000 Rejected- I

Was Washed From Foundation Allowed To See Childrenat

This Past Summer. Stated Periods. For the past three weeks we have been receiving daily ship-
'F c AT 'JOHNhY} AT LANou \\ .
ments shoes and our fall stock is
4 ...,.. u e 4t?, .Ir.a n "eoD.IODeID ILDf" I now nearly complete, MZnanre
a..mt.aut' '1I Ttt1.. I II V
::1 I:"it-" Ii Offlorl I I
:A l e.ell .IMIKIIOt I
Pnont\ Dui:% Metropolis! \uH Pari.0':' 14 ("< unt,'ss tint
l I 'I> s..rs 111'10-\.1.' \ sewell and Du le Cantellauf. form'rly tune Gou d. -a-

':'Itws iiiiuitlii frau til. board .1 t was toda) iinnttd: a diri' anti I Ihi $5.00 Stetson Shoes ='

ENLOE, Dentist "nuty 'I1I1i1''sinn. iv. to 1 J'I'xik into ,, : custody : of hrhtlJr. i II. wh" $5. 0

I !L.' r: -'I" on "I 'the Fort 1.lIud'r- huaeter will, lot be 1 .il.1; la< Too much cannot he said of this shoe''
ru H FIt I tlnL'&+ and: high grade
-/ AMU; 01 I' M. 1.. r ilrtd I' U<. ... nl up In Ih.,1, place bate 1-ration witbt ut !tho i nlJ"i n' ul I Itheir ::
: \Ve have
OTrI. I '. tMddnNLlWllhtl men. in all the new styles but- U 1
*!, r "II '\ .Dr'" II i i I and lace, also a new fall dress shape made
The ,\\0'1110-.1 1 the II, nlllld, 01 $6 00 by
MIAMI. HXKIDA sn'I iioli i .It-I id.tl to have lb.- bridge ( ouri : $6 00 rd
the H.
." r< bout I ut ill. earliest 1.1.1"' date the Count s 'lasyer, for .u .IIIIII..1 J. hinged vamp shape-You should see them .

tioti of sItj.on,.. ,mi Itt I l
i a" a r.u
I-. t. 1 being uaiiid as the day ---- ----
ru ory -----
t W MARTENS, M. D, wag a sw,.t |.Ing/: v .itiCttunttM <01) for :1.1.
H 'on .hlth It must be onipleled and The Coast is .1110"" 'd 1 thst '

IXona.opa.fh In use again 11 right, to I..M hi- ihildrIptnods ..1 .it. J Keith's
$3.50 Konquerer shoes for men Yt Ytand
t rust Ilr.tra bra ILtM4 '1. 4n C i Iht' ridge .11bf'\ rebuilt on a and to kn.p| thi'm fir on $3.50
MoutuH 0' P ., ''some*'' hat different line than b<.fore I I month annually during the hoidavs I I 'IThey

Buss. VloTA l'.aID.axo.. Mua, I i but mill' t.e I more substantial and con His demand for nil allowante ol filn I I This line is very complete. are the proper :

t.: \enlent than Ray the one delroved thousand dollars a )ear was reject- thing in pat. colt, gun metal vici and velour leathU
bv falling Into the river The contract The curt appointed the I Ire.- both
i ers, and lace. \Ve have a new in
will of the Chamber of Notanev 4.0
the bridge
11. 8. FKKDEKIC1, for rebuilding imitation t4'i 0
j JOe be let at the next regular meeting J.d liquidate ,the affairs of the bus blucher gun metal-ASK TO SEE IT.
CIVIL of the board and wife.
11 1 AND sURVE\OR. The committee went to Fort ljudrdale The Countess filed a plea for divorce a

l' a_. In' .r Itt.te St I.sR.. rartteiHaillT .. bv train but rl'turn..d111 on the fifth of February last 1 .
......"" .... Mk-DlTtdiM Lr.v tnrt. I automobile. stopping for a visit at ,.t'.r. The evidence was In the form
r MtoO -.. $3.50 Sorosis Shoes
OAe T r < <
A of correspondence between the Count
: MIAMI FLORIDA I pat-in: ; :: 'I ; : and various wonun The case was ,

ti.n of the road :Neither' I )(r. presented to, the court and and If you have not received one of our new fall cata- '

C E. UCHMOHU. Smell or Mr DuUols had titer visited ed to :November' 7th when adJourO'j+ logs of &Jrosis shoes call and get one. It will make and
the poor farm: and both werefavorabh tale's were Blade and the decision
REAL ESTATE. I Impressed with the con postponed uftlll today The dVedi, $4 00 the buying of shoes a pleasure and describes all a
I $4 00
dltions hire tors in the case presented their pleas the "SOROSIS SHOES" carried in Stock by us. .
ONT Pt*"'M( GHAUT LAND COW>AH> \\iih fern. exceptions the general to the court November Mh'

UTATE NUTARrtBUC AT LAKUI condition of the road Is good and Count Boni t dt C.stellane I and Miss

outside of a patch here and thereno Anna Gould were married In :New
decided York on March 4. 1894 and three
improvements were upon
---- --- $2.50 Carlisle Shoes for Women
children have "been born to them $2.50

H. P. BRA/WING \ Trent for Music Lover George, Bunt and Jay Miss Gould
Music lovers and all others who dowry was supposed to have beeneighteen Are a popular priced high grade line of shoes sell-
Attsnty ...J. Cwuelsrrwt and i
enjoy a stirring and a thoroughly million dollars with an annual ing at 2.00. 2.50, 3.00 and comprises nearly and
Utnta to CAlreti L Aefse.ce : grand musicale will be Impatient to income of six hundred thousand -
a We c-t, St.k flail hear the "Musical Romance givenon dollars Five ears later Iti1S9J $300 every kind of shoe worn by women. Our new fall

the ::d of this month In the It was reported that the .couple stock just arrived and deserves careful inspection. $4.00
F West Palm Beach :: Flonda I Fair building There are twelve were financially embarrassed and 4t

songs; ID this monologue and much that they had spent seven million
I dramatic acting and which Madam dollars.eorgr Gould oldest

JAMES T.8AKDKES: 'llnntlnglnn has before given In the brother of $llss Anna Intervened Id

ATTORNEY AND ,' large cities of the north and mostsucceshfully and rinsed file innual' I Income to hi t.:

; rut to two hundred thousand dollars
and th showing COUNSELOR AT LA\V. j I C"I''r.d VIOI..III'D of rte prorinl mi In

C...*rrUJ sad a..1 It_ La_. Afrnt lor i .. .
he If the ad U I
rtd.ltty sad Drr
Orrtrt MIAMI if Willow. BuXK- FLORTDA.Ixirs ...e/ I MADAM A. TRY80MI R.8. FLANAGAN iulunlay Word of

I case of Salem Graham and wife.

LOST BETROTHAL RING APPEALS charged! with, tlnlatlng the sit) fire

W. C. MAYNARD.JEWELER TO COURTFrom limit' law by erecting therein an ad V:
ditlon of material uther than atone

or brlrk Is being tried before Judge

Sanders In the :Municipal Court today .

a H\h FRITSRRIGKI ) IS The case Is likely to last all WisdomV

Daly| Metropolis NOT 9. da}'.
)\ULEM POLICE COtRT POt Practically all of the morning was
Salem Grakim proprietor of the occupied In the tearing of lestl-
Everglade Hotel at the corner ol mODY from several contractors aDd 1:<:

Perfect Itunx. easy w..rlaf CIa la *e. h\h NEW: 10HK JOCR\L Avenue C and 14th street. was arrested builders! relative to the amount of ,i
S7* treat rxHtilnn WUh our exten repairs and additions that have been
*i.e a-r.l4. aDd large eip..nenrrbere this morning upon a warrant made to the property In question iF YOu INTENT: TO BUT a redden tine waiting If you live la Rlverslde ,
i. an r uasa work Pnee reooable .. preferred by K 3 Flanagan proprietor .
since the Ore limit law became lot la 11 la I
operative ml. DOW is the time. .
WI repair Wttcbe, ('lordsJewerlv ,
of he Fort Dallas Hotel alleging the contentloij of plaintiffs' ,
and 8prrtarl A portion <>( '
i ycur trade a-kVd for located on A* From Daily Metropolis:' \ 14 specifically. that one Salem It S. Flanagan and wife are that When you can get a lot 60x150 DO TOU KNOW:" that nea-lT all the ";

,; ..o. D betw-n mh and Itth its I Why It might have broken off Graham and wife. on or about the all of the additions to the building feet In five blocks of the po t. houses are two stories and built W

A V. s. MAYNARD, Ithematch"' pouted Mm. Augusta first day of October. 190... at and In is 1..rml'lt'd by law had been man

J. PI.,M.. nradri. o.ela""r.aJ Tr> bom. a handsomely gonned .ld- the city of Miami, did commence I to the Everglade note, the propertyIn office with city ..water sewerageeliTtrir of stone and: that no other kind d
k ow In the Harlem Police Court yes'terda I ou'xMon. .pro'vlous to Hint DOW tinder .:
'. and continue to erect an addition say tiy Mr Grih.mi lights. paved streets.and will\ be built over there* ,
and Magistrate
) Hnellghtfrowned !: wooden building '
to a known a. the:, This
morning plaintiff sued out
severely at M Smith. ac- Eno'rglade Hotel. at the norinxxtnrn I an electric car line at youi DOt>l: KNOW: that iotathe '
,'u-' d of stealing her $3m oDSaRim ; i .rl' of inj'inctlin In :1.: etrdu.l.ours II I no other .;
<'r of Iht'.IDt..r"-cllon of AVMIIU, ,
"n ring and LasrenceCbtoe. >! 'njo'nlnJZ; d.-tendinto immfirthir door. for the sum of $"30. on
and Itlh btrttt In the city .rII' same the
Ie .
N" 4. hlld anu..'. charged ii't-riKs' \\ ith 'h. r- .tlon I I .tpo.In'nce
3mil and sitalie within lit fir Hi ill fit,.. nts. will miss the .
h \ IIC r' < Led ih,' Mourn l.r"I"'I"II | ) adtl'lo" in 'l'I.i' stion niiill ,.f- Ct'y piMn you toward he d"l'nl can '
the said lit said I alltiin
lof ( n'h
| ,
'r the in HI 'r hi (Men situ-tri\ i by
DIII D awd..allvan. \I i. Tn I h 'm mi upi| v an apirimtntN .
.wOtYwtDaNO Ulng of stofa.. 'eonctet.", torn k cr oiportunltT of your life If you be lioufcht for less than
I I'"? (': ,' ha ''lIrh Th' IlIjln.I..1 I i eis I t'i)0.
.... t iir inoiur:mi'. and
r. w t+w 5 I.YLA f[ I ric k t*.I1..r' at i- ml :our inr.. ,
; s ll naaa ,a IM All COYNrwte.B.re. "f'' 'n"ntltE." IK::" ,."in htej h'r trothS'oh 'hirk and thfr' having 1 I..n a -<.rd irl\ thl marntng. and, therk doa tug new i I DO YOI'\ KNOW: hit we twve no }
i, rt NK son d1.r, nu'.nbd I 1
\\ 1 1. 1"1
=smith I hrol. r. at :No
IIrn.d, ,' Tlous addltloa mill- to said I 1 1UK I -t'R TATS hi\t now all the above h.tmtuo.k land, To cut off the w
nrr t --- -
laehihi :
haetics .
i s.d
Ivfrtsprld 7.,1a I situill. ) c.lahlishment ol. th : ,

ai.r ar..n .,. 5..1 a.1.. tIS... In ,\II olos alleges thai .the ring lire district ,the I.r..nl !wing( nil ; Itlw11.ITIo\J: \ MMUTHlI I named: Improvements| eteepi! the own. and river br"."',,' .
waeNwayoM, D C. oexto'.0. from a jeotlM box onh.'r the flrct ad Jilt m, and th. 1\1I\J-"q'I"nl)' I I II k \ I.IIT. 01' |'l'Till,IS I I (
) dr wr p,'eral months ago: | llition being contrary tu and running of cira. which will\ be DO TOl KNOth t f"r the above 3
.h'lo hid Smith sal 'fining the
against the Ordinance of the ..ald
'hod-o 10 the room Smith and White [ cl>' of Miami. Wh rein. Th. Ifcaih \nt.el his Tlste I done as soon as the cable Is laid I reasons we have no mosquttuek ;

.' ,re hi Jd for further examinationednitido .1 tht hoot IIr ,
nor p.'w'm.,1' I tr"'nd
The defendants nolIn\ ,
I !!: ready' across the river, when we will\ In 'Imm..r"' C
\\ in the respective. sums of for trial this morning the h" inn* and Irothir knight lohn' FrthtKk I
II IIOot> and $ 5111) :New' York Jour- was .otlou..d until on. o'<'lock Ils'' ind I burn.' away his belov.dwlf.'. Mrs: j I positively advance the price of I>O \Ol KNOW !hat It U the blta ,:
nal Sun da v. :Nor" llth I \ I I.irrle LOll Frtthta-k anti t' I
+ Wr. J
wBmr. ) 7..r8.... afternoon Graham Isented rep re I
Madame Trvbom Is we!! Down InMi by Col. W.Y.. Frwln anti'' \\hereis. Her lovtlv life and i all la's !lent P"lon of Miami yt
,nil! where has been each winter b.Hmlli'r..n..lIl, hive l icon
Mr. Flanagan; by Price it Rand Thi ) an sO IF Ol' Intend
I to buy yon bad DO YOl KNOthit: we controlall :.
let for the past five tarn. conducting following have been summomd asltn inspintion and a plta un to all wh>, I

a dre s-making establishment Ou <.saes. J. F. NNoodworth K SWllann know her, ;onl'hprp"I. I better take our word for It. Do I the d..
1 urr Inlo, L- loth street..nmus. I C A' Mann, A. A. nunn..11and \\ Hv ht'r loss his home his r
F. O FJrfert I ti.1 .n made Strike' Breakers Timolvtd!
That ledgen 2i .
rOe case U the outcome of Mr than :00 lots already sold to the It Is our Intention to wall In part ::1
Graham attempting to build an addi I Knights of Pothht..ympathirr| mostmilt ,
w The most famous strike breakers I I lion to the Everglade property\ whirh .ml ri....1'1 Iv with out brother I in I! best cillj.ni of Miami* I of the same at an early date! :1
In ih' )land are Dr Kings; :New life : the complainant at eges is a violin I his 'o... TfMctlin, \ :ml s or, ,nw with| I

"THE MOST BEAlTtFl" MAOAUNHIN Pi lln When liter and "bomels go I lion of the law prescribing a flr<' din him In his grnt loss. I.I .. |I' furth'r I DO \0\\ KNOW: tha' our brl'lg" tit. IK Y'I' kNOthat: WI*! have" a ;.
t THE OKLD"" stke. they quirk" "'tt e the 'rip 11.1"1 Irlct and presenting the I H..-n.1; I That a i 'ip\ .if th'f> rl,.-

Ash oar news
0 TmiCaxJiH It hr due not handle It Bent cure for ron-lIpallon.1Jt'a\1- : matter has been at Issue for .... .nl! I Mi.tint nes'pyl'r+ fnpobliittnn, flue II bridge!!: so that the! stre.'t | .I:
rend i. htaname.nAa.ldrtaa.itbyoxr ache and dizziness : .c at aU druggls I weeks pant and last Thursday nigh : :nl I that a, cnpo he I insrribrd: tan[ i !I rtsMrnces anl ill other hid, of j
)1 name an a.tir"sa"I 1 lot for smmplc .. was brought; U' the all..nllnn' of th" he minutes of our 1 twig' car and 'wo wagons DI iy pass rt i I "

cop .R, .RuUr pnce ajc Mcnwoo I council and referred to the fire and.I T \' ;M.K.ro. the real estate to sel.T. what you :
y this s | tiessr< l Crf.od \.I.l .. Mole water commltie and city attorn \\' << ..mine! : tame time I .

o Burr Publishing Company I M, .*rs Tat u m *> Co real estate J 1 \\il-M YO .. went from. ,
for investigation; At th<' m ing O { KNOW that our brll? I'
111' rst I J Street Nn lust QtyCROIP I '.
n hi\e
ie > just cloned the sale of both Mivor Sew ,.11 antiiaro.hil ( > 11 mlttce.
tj _. .. tht Enrk"'n hoiiise on Arerue C toM Hard* stated, as th<.tr opinion the -- not 'IIrn. <1,1', \ a div while IF TOT r O NOT nA'/4"\ i n 1 thr>s.
's n coot..on tor the ..... I
sum of addition under constrtjctlon h tirGrahno Had it ct. Call
14 ; .o.. including 1 furnishings This' w iswithin the r"qtremenu Avenue D i IS nl., 'I. n.arlv halt I Ihln' "1'\e i" nor' nt"r and 1 :etJ. C'J

., 1 Irt.- s'I I finished and '.!"I '.\ dangerous survirtl nl''r''lnn In. I 4
of th l l4s and on 'h'.r -t 't t.i the tour A r. 'hlo') medicine! and one that !t: 'furnl.h"d hnure, and l Is consHered a i i m"r'o rnotncil;1 look th, ahov, .ono, :I -,,:ving: tho rio\i. ..f i m..lltn.U'1't ti you n i -h..w gnu t

t should\ s.'v be Irpt In the houw h" ,te'in Tluy, 'am fl-m sold 01 The awe sah .:1'd:1 this :of I ."tt..., I II '('. r. .,s 1 l.rg' tit niv '. tl' I 1-0'1' nnIi
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prt Illrroad, ,
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.11 ''i"|"";'rs tor sale Iv TI,. h t' ... i H. Tatura
ts ? n' in nth ri''fling 04. of rht. f. r" '. .r -.Ivompletely '1r..I'1 Cr 6 CoI ,
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r14447 WILLIE WORK Burdine & Quarterman

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/ "ATTEIxTION\ 'I \\ >Ddi| "I'nr. h,.'r h,H blrint

\ i: I rant ,f<'t any Iiinlior with this I
o I '* N L \V
Ia HID Cint think if anything tn Announce
I Their
itnniV *nh HhuotnnKut ;

: h:1I I am hittinj III i is 1u
{ IITSA in" In1 hurry ThtTt v ;.n alitaling l I II t.
:' I '*not. h/; I..s '1'IIt"I" M. '
JHABERDASHERY. How irii.' Fur !iiMii' MI in in
> aut,MIIO /1'e ml ICI 0111 for ,i I IHt c
/ pill I (fit hln lb., law I Th.. fist, Annual Fall Opening
thing you Wi uw. the quark| |plug 1t"IS i :
f erogicml: you hair to walk home I II
If hadn
VrhapH you > taut
I: dna7 i iI
n the beginning you o e gotten .
I home before the plug got groggy .
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Just to all through, life When
I you fit down to breakfast don't eat I
t! : f!
at If you never bad anything to eatbefore Eve. Nov.
I Thursday 22
'* In another jour life meal Jim coming rememberthere JUSI :

I M In getting married Don't be In i
a hurry girls There Just as good .
Mobsters the ace an hare ever been I '.'
I caught.Jum look at Miami .
NewGoods From I men Talk about : '
Miami has one of the finest youn"l From
6 10 o'clock.
t young 'peen as ever took a to The ladies of -4
Don't be In a hurry I say !
II these young men may get sensible, Miami and vicinity are cordially invited
reform .and forever try to be as good I
a* they look Then your chance mill
I come .If you don't like what were 'I 4'I,.
: New York got In Miami), "'e will show you some ',.'
( Imported good. as soon as the tour-
lets arrive 'j
i t
Speaking of tourists makes me '
think Of shoestringshica are '
I the most durable, the broad silky MUSIC
kind or the plain black substantialkind
( into so with young men
: are arriving daily I Silk IhlxslrlnJdon't/; make the man.
I When foil are considering the proposal a
I Of a young man, just take a
peep down at his sbueturlngs. If they
I :are silk (clone examination is not
Decenary) you want to be mighty
ATSewell ,careful If the)'re the plain black
'old fashioned kind, tell the fellow
you'll take hi* name and think his'
,proposal l over Meanwhile. Ret' your Burdine & Quarterman
3 aniloul brain calnvd and d''('ide on
'which Is the most di|>!omuli- way|
Bros. of grabbing him around the neck'
and tailing him you are all hi..
I Talk: about women, a woman who I
pays fifty dollars for a hal lent in I
I It with the Man who |pays a dolu: 300=302 Twelfth Street, Mismi, Fla.
J. for a pair of shoestrings The woman -
t. thltks she i.etting her money
\ I worth but the poor weak-minded
simple Devil dlclple of a man knows
he Is (taring ninety cents too much .
for the shoestring Yet right.; here
Our buyer has bought 'In little Miami we have young up- i
starts ;Who used to wear plain shoestring '
i i before they were called Mr
''by the young ladies The minute
., some great bargains, that "''Mr" In used, the young; man Last
{ ruche home takes out the old Chance
strings and puts sulk once inChy
: and we propose to give thl promotion" And you girls, In
I Home :-a)1I are just I as rattle headedIf
)op happen to go to the houseof
ti: a society matron of MiamI. don't
the benefit of
the public
get ni>r\oui and excited and thins :
Mi-ami.The Beginning Monday, Nov. 12

the same. We can show :bold 'four hundred the brave foul

I hundred. Fudge Ending Tuesday Nov. 20
: you the new things inMens I The young men of Miami got a .
pretty good roasting not long ago I y
:Sow boys, even though 'ou .er..n't
; )
:roasted half nard enough; you are'' Only seven days more of Sacrificing values of storm damaged :J
no wor e than some of Miami!
prett maidens If you would bearIn
mind that the world looks upon
'you and judges; you by what you are,
F I not what jour father Is or was, and Clothing and Shoes 1 1at
not what your mothers uncle wasWi
I Pre not living the life of your
mothers uncle Even though binniothfr
Shoes Ladies
the daughter of
was a gen
,, ;i ral :In the civil war. that chiccutmaktt Cohen's branch slore. In order not to carry over any of the ..
your sister a daughter of thi
rebellion no movie Ih,in li makes damaged goods we will close out the following articles at these

.ne a sun of a.gun )mat hit.i. .*. mrfalholT' :
unheard of low prices. Be sure and don't miss this opportunity
t was a Colt' i-hol' at the lra|>
Shoes 6 Chlldrens
Of caiir<" It U an honor 10 hat.ilia
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i tlnjrtfl"h.an..fn. I tit +nn what =-= -= j
ncK nlnK!: to hat.it I thrown In |1".10- I

lie your Jii: lIl..th.'r'>t i< if It untie winou I was a taut Mnrril:; 1 that 50 boys suits worth 3.00 1 7C !150 wens pants worth Q 7C

: Shoes; Mens Cloth-- That holi.Jr!'s jiiit II i.;.you hl!>..would)and..>'mi I .Lihi.thins hli ,lounlrv that)l I' d.' wlIHrituati dsomeihi 's l to 3.50 at . . . 1,13. I to 5.00 at . 3:15: LlU ;

,''fllUlld h, "king your onto mini.Diiii the ImrelsKiiinid t go 100 mens suits worth 9.00 c Cf) : 25 pair mens shoes, are inn :

;; h\ tots, tolh'r'.. uni lo t to 12.00at . . . O.UU worth 1.50 to 2.00, at 1,1)1)) )

ing 6 Furnishings \dd. all thioiuh lift rmi>t7betlicnlib I

'not| | what judge your: you ancestry for whit Noiir titr ro r. 100 mens pants worth 1.75 nn 50 pair mens shoes, are 1 7r \

the liamntr Hioiildlnt hate a of gnat your d'dr.'r.. il. to.d IMI.< with parents to 2.00 at . . . 1 11 I UU :I worth 2.50 to 3.00 at | ((0 (.

dmt nil your chll In n of Iteei ,

In If thi your. waroir fc thir's" hil'bntherwa loIon't 50 mens pants worth 2.50 1 Cf| I!>: 50 pair mens shoes, are Q onto ;';

i Our New Fall Neckwear are I her matt head your with child silk i WILLauUK future i>h"I nrmi.n:Iv Huffing 3.00 at . . . . I.UU worth 3.50 to 4.00 at. ;

I I -.I -Year of-BlondThe 50 mens pants worth 2.75 Q nn i{ 50 pair children's shoes 7r

! peaches. Come and see them I year 190J will long be remembered .. to 3.50 at . . . II i! worth 1.50 to 2.00 at. | 0 30I

I In the home of K S Tacket
of Alliance Kv as a year ofblood
/ ; which flowed so coptoualy
I,from Mr Tacekt lungs that death ,

f Yours for tbe newest and ,the latest I teetiied very near He writes I
b vcre bleeding from the )lung;*
and a frightful cough had brought Cohens
t'I. ae at dtatbs door, ..h.D I I eg; iniking
Dr. King :New DiscoveryItori I
consumption with the astonish :
result that after taking' four
John Sewell 6 Bro. 110... !
oi:le* 1 was complete reator-d

and y cured a. time" Guaranteed has pro n i p.for rmmint sort i No. 309 Twelfth Street, Miami, Florida

lutgi conrhs: and colds. at alf di if
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