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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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raE MIAMI METROPOLIS. !







VOLUME 11 M'MIIKK: 31. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY FLA., FllIDAY, NOV. ;a, 190Gt *
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I t TWO- LEVIATHANS[ OF THE SEA t DREDGE OYAMA TO PRESIDENTS PARTY I,i Thaw's Is Ordered Case FIRE [ J IS t.





CRASH IN A FATAL COLLISION : DIG OUT LUMPS i GIVEN GRANDRECEPTION I ? Transferred LIMITSAYS




NEW: ,.1 ITt "'''.EU !j I -
ON THE BAR : COURT T ;

From Dally Metropolis. Nov :0() I
Kaiser Wilhelm and Orinoco To The Supreme Court
been
The following neww suits hive ) a
filed In the county and circuit coots:
Seriously Damaged of State And Trial May I -
( OMBIT Court I :;

Excelsior Supply Co vs.t' A. TO IMPROVE BY Not be Heard
NAVIGATIONPile GOVERNOR WINTHROP Until Janu-I
Lofton snd R B. E1nl aaaumpsit i TEMPORARY WRIT OF

damages. $150Marshall} ary Jerome Msdc Motion
Medicine Co. vs. \\' )t.Alt.n. I
EIGHT MET THEIR DEATH
aaoumpklt damages 1100 For Transfer \i ....

Circuit Court driver feeing Built to Replace Boarded Battleship Louisiana Today !

Ju'la Glover vs Wm. Glover, divorce Injunction Against Salem GraJun j

Damaged.Beacon Stronger Than and Sailed For Home-Took i
Annie Butler ts. Paul Butler dl- |1 Was Sutulned-M *ter to Take ;?
: And Many Others Were Fatally In.jured v orce Before Sunn-Captain Hanlon to Autos From Arecibo to Ponce, I New York NOT 22IA'velopmentsin I.
.
Accident Occurred at Cherbourg Charles H Gsrthslde vs. Henry court yesterday make it almost i! Tettlmony-Decision May Cause ,
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Wells and wire. forec'osure. Superintend the Work.As Where They Embarked.
certain that Harry Thaw will not be { Mach Trouble Here. ':

Germany-Said to Be Due Bank of Bay Biscayne vs. Clara tied tr shooting Stanford While. '
Bond and husband foreclosure >7
To Failure To Obey Signals.h Miami Realty Loan and GuarantyCo I December 3. tbe day recently Axed -

TS L. T Townsend, et al, pttltlon for the trial.. Mr. Jerome motion :;
soon at ".F. E. c. Railway San Juan P. R. Nov 22 -Prw I IIdent '

'j. for separation dredge, Oania now undergoing repairs -I Roosevelt and party left Sane I''preme" for transfer of tbe case to the Su From Dally Metropolis. :NOT 2 !J E

Cherbourg German,.. NOT 22 From Dally Metropolis NOT 21 I II j I been finished on the she extension will\ be taken ways to b.tD e .|I Juan this morning by special {rain I now thought Court was that granted the trial and will It not Is ,: Judge afternoon: Jones. sustained at Tltusville yester'day I;,-
i the
'\ | The following new salty were filed bar entrance to the ba>'. and the for Arecibo. forty mile west of tbe be held: uutil some date In next January ttmpor-

.;: The North German Lloyds steamer todj). In the office of the a inty clerk. several sand lumps there dredged clt)'. !jury Injunction sued out by Mn, R .11

llbelm der Orosse and the Circuit Court, I !Is Flanagan.
Kaisrr
Chanrerr out. removiag the difficulties steamers I There they will\ take au'omobl. enjoining Salem Gra-

: BritUh mall steamer Orinoco collided I Fort Dallas National Bank TS. Dan- of the P. & O. btiamshlp UD for Ponce and embark Purchased lla'kllng Lot I ItMessrs ham proprietor of the Gralynn Hotel t'I
the battleship
;' last night resulting In death on la Parking' House Co foreclosure and others hate in crossing during on 1 M. D Price and Fred k }I. t I at the corner of .Avenue C and :.
; City of Miami vs Ham E. Tuttle. rough or low water, and which hereof Louisiana for home The ..- Rand have purchased through the''(
the Orinoco of three men and womeuFir ''L B Minis et al. Emma Northing, late hatj given the steamer Miami turn via Ponce was made necessary J. H Tatum "Co. real estate : j Hth streets. from erecting aa addition ?'

.:. other persons were knocked M. F. Cornell Sarah Williams. Ln- a great deal of troub:e. by an Impossibility to board the ,' agency. a choice building' lot on !Mn i i'street 'i thereto alleging the material \,.

; overboard and drowned and several : Me Jarkson lx>ulsa Nelson et al. men Besides this work the P. A O. Co Louisiana outside San Juan harborGovernor near the school house. and : Wring ulIC'dln the said addition to aol .

injured I'I Jackson et al. J. A. McDonald R. will\ rebeacon and buoy the Flagler and Mrs \\inthrop tendered will erect thereon a commodious resIdence b. In accordance with the provision.

''J. Sampson. et al. Leona Mitchell any bay channels. but ding II the presidential party a reception .
strongerand
The exact caiualttei on the Kaiser last, I i i of the fire limit ordlnaacc
1. T rlllhlt' 'm.D. James Casuldy better than ever before and I.* nigh hhh was the
V'i:helm der Grosse are not know' N' D Merger et al. and Vita Prlce- such a manner that storm and seas grandest social I function In the hls- Polictmaii muteiMt Resigns I \ special master wIP be appointed ,

but It la reported that four members Williams. foreclosure of tax liens will not llktl do as much distruc tor yof Porlo Rico I II I Policeman L. \\' flmstead re- i Ito' take tbe testimony In the isso r

of the crew were kit ed and ComimMi Law tion us heretofore For this ork I __ Igarded as one of the je..t men on 'and submit the same to him If. af- ,

write others strloush Injured The E E Helix. Jr.. .... Danla ParkIng a barge Is now belsjf fitted with aplt' ought; Institute lluiklfiig I(I The police force. his tendered hs. ,;' 'er cons.derlng the testimony. the I in- :;

Kaiser llhelm der Grouse sustainl l House Co. assumpsit damages ; driver :outfit at the terminal :Mr K II !Lent of PeekskllCN Y resignation to Chief llardee and wi| | 'junction Is further sustained aidnade ..;

ed the most injurj II .000 dock and as soon as completed the! who Is large! Interested In Miami : be r..le..d{ fcftni duty tomorrow'morning I permaneBt. the decision It Is ;

The exact causes Of the accident Joseph Zapf plaintiff In error TSB building of the beacons will be con.mt'nc..d. rea' estate. has purrhised from I'' Mr 1 nmead Is a finish .tald can have a far reaching effect ;j
Me J. S. 1. .in, i (Eat not only )lr. Graham
srs ummus and K W. I but
la not known Both steamers mere Lassrter t Co.. defendant In error 'fed carpenter and will return to hh |'various' Ii
outbound from Southompton via appeal Both thework at the bar and 1 In Pugh; the attractive building just vocation. Ile will be succeeded I Ias others who have made erectlons t

Cherbourg Both vessels remainedIn L. M Boykln TS J. W. Newman the bay wl'l' be under the direction completed b)' them at the corner of a regular policeman by Mr. L. E. |[' similar to the one he promotes ;
12th afreet and .Avenue G. and designed \\llllsms j I lean' be forced to tear the same dowland .
the rodsted herd after the colts r assumpsit damages $' .00 of Capt canton superintendent or I J
I for an Oppenhelmer Institute rebuild of material conforming s
too the P. tO: S S. Line uow In tbe '
I end ho mill and will use It as a residence ma*- | the provisions of the ordinance .
Laterhen the collision occurr- city, remain until 1 It I
tile Kaiser >M:he'm der Grosse was lull hue te an completed: antic time fug his home here.about eight months DELIGHTFUL BAY PARTY Y'!This. of course. will not be compal- .
KICKED BY A HORSE In the iwry' except
outbound and going at the rate .. hence year Mi sirs Lutnmus and upon comp'aint
seventeen knot. |er ln"ur. The Orinoco Pugh: however. h I\'p not abandoned I! i Th.- suit pending against Mr Gra- e

was Inbound. The commander U .\tTr:US-tit.N >r:TT I their Institute project and will hive ham In the municipal court. wherela'he .'t!
,
er the Orinoco says he gnalled: AND SERIOUSLY phtclans herr to give' treatment TENDERED BY CAPT.THOMPSON i is charged with vlolatlag the are !

he was going to starboard of theKalaer Popular lountc Coup.) to be \''....
but the lnlter held 'her cours 1 W..Ii$.sday, (IVomlxr 5lli I,' The bu,:ding just !purcnas i iid t'rtda morning. the testimony ha.,- ,
| In :Mr l 1'lIt Is one of the most j already been taken
to port onl when too late to avoid I ,
across th Orinoco bows. ana vent : INJURES the I|: .ittmctlve In the c'tv and splendid( .
collision I Among marriages to occur i In I arranged for a 'es'di.ncv i \ : 1,1'HF:1)CLB: :;

a The Orinoco crashed Into the Kaiser December Will be that of Miss, Eva I iI I t)Y !F', K: r. lUll.".'"
I II Olivia Bennett and )Ir. Jesse hillsalteri Old J'a> hlniwd Spelling' ll eOn ";
breach twelve feet wide
making a '
The turn of the Orinoco above theater I \\ both of this city. on \\ed- ( next Monday night there will I I Tune of .'",I"a'' of Traits Hrrr" Mile '
'Ine was carried away and sank Major J. R. Anthony Is In receiptof I neaday December fifth at half past jbe an old xhioned s|> I'I'Ing flee bv I From \Diih ::111 ropoll... :NOT: It |I \sally .'..............1 )
six ocock: at the Method church I .V vi
candle fnjmahe
featly light at tAP I'r..eh"'l"r-1 rt vachtlng party
tt thissel) cleared The grind information telling of qu'!te % ser ,
InK of the: Onnoco't bows Into 'lh. loua accident bleb otcurred to hi. bouth Ian :Manse at I IS 0'1'1,1'k. given: hI > M kin bv: Capt. Chas 11. Thomp- The winter schedule of the Floida
After the wedding Mr. and :Mrs. i the young propU organization -onesterda) afternoon to bisriends Last Ctfist! Ral'. .11 l 1 be
Kaiser VI;helm der Grosse Imoant son Mr A. P. Anthony, of West I o; iy :n- H
Walters will take the etening traitor that church 4n Incaution U / In the launch S.i 'lie The. In- lugur.led January 9lh trains
< x-
1* killitg four | 'r on Palm Beach, and who has man sent.'i
f DajtoOa for a short hone) moon tended to ail I riled guests :assembled the tern ,I at Miami folio. '
friends ( "voting people. who cart at I- ng: as :
Both vessels are expected to rt'tuDht'ff' In Miami.at Tlgnal Ga..11 here ,
and return to Miami to make their to Inole dork<< at 2 30 and the Train :No 2. dill .
for repj'n he Is visiting/ relatiTes. a few day upend a peasant evening; with this trip lo } Ii, ail and :Nsv; ;
i The damage to the Kaiser \Mlhelm ago home I Ibus-tling body of workers.s ,' tnpi. Florida was made without mis-1'I u Special bufet a I parlor (cars :

der Grouse is estimated at $200,OuO. i It appears that Mr. Anthony habecome Both Miss Bennett and Mr Walter | hap. The afternoon was spent ou I 11I leave. J"l'k'on.U'e at s a nl. arnvIng ..
hare resided for several years In Mlam {'IOn..- up from Ketn I| the bench and the return trip made 11 In Miami at 7 .'5 p m
attached three-
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greatly to a I
i ). and have made a large clrc'e o fThe at :S o'.IOI'k. Refreshments, Ir.in No "
wrath of Mr. ('baa. Miller 5ear-old colt on the premises slid had steamer m..3"n.. Cape Me ere i| 99. dally Palm Beach
Mrs Chares F Miller I aged: nineteen taken' it in charge to train. He hau I friends who are happy to extend thelwishes "I| Inure ramp up from the keys on, iwMeil 1 to the guests; on the n' urn | end :Miami Limited, buffet rleeperssonilll. t.

yean. and a bride of only three gone to the stable as usual .o pet and congratulations lu ad her regn'ir run late te t.rday afternoon I trip .Amnig those present were and drawing room cars leaves ;lack .R
: vance of the auspicious day and turned Dr md Mrs C C Sleigh : .. it :') .
weeks. died at the residence, of Mr. end work with It. when It turned andklc..d : Tivlnv i iil I Mr I p.m. arritln, at .'
'clockedmsda .. .mdlr: .. C. II Brad ev. )lr. and Mlitnl at 1.30 a m !
Zapf on 8-'\enth street at 10 o him heavl'7 In the chest and
\\ aft"r.1I lllnrsi sinceTuendm on the arm \ir% John :M Rnrdlne )Ir. nna i i Triln :No Jj. dally l: I aim :J. ach ;

of pmiimonla The funerl I Mr Anthony was knocked senseless NEW SITE AND NEW PHYSICIAN FOR \Ir' Harr :\It''o.n. :Mr and :MrsOsrlr i .'n,1Jaa 011 Rxpreiia. couches. Iou 1t'I. .1 I Is'e'"c

al l 10011.1". ee Thursday: afternoon l and was In that condition ,. .1It'ndlll..rpd :Mnninl )Ir and :MM J. C I rs makes all stops'. 'leavesli ej.

from th. Zapf residence. Rev some time afterwards by lit rn 'thMr ndfr. C.. .Hbnl .,< k..)nvllr at 4 'H ,p m. arr'vtug 1.I I.I.II'11 I.
\\ Itr. :Mr and Mrs C t .It \! "
it 7 :If a m. ,.
I oPiiatinE. and the Inl..rml'nlI. n little/ child The alarm was gtveieand JACKSONVILLE KEELEY
!.. ', hi' c .remiter)>' \>\' undi'r- the Injured man carried to the I INSTITUTEMr 1Mb,' Mr mil MM( t II F: Hi.r-I I: I Tr:'In :No; : i. J rill Ha?..111 Mill. i!.
t Mr f.i, .,inline Mr.u 1\111; Mr ? h Ib ptrlor car mikes all
t k r w II Combs ftCo The house. where he wss given medical \10\\ :
fil using eini.en.cn off..Mated si tr<.,itrmnt and revived No bonesIwerr \\ II 'loot., tllees! :'h1 1 Cian.v _n,I;..'. 1 : > J ikwnvlie-: v n f'III
r. rirn'' l-ilm t :]fat Niar. 'in. r;"I.l i.. irriving al Miami it 10 ".-.
II 1 Earnest Riles. Maxi :
i r. v broken and at last accounts be
B.
... B Tatum presl lent of ih' ,, whrl 1':11:, h P'I j. "Ih"II" bnror lilt." 'ern:i' tl: 1111 Uillirl Irem. Im.\ :!,in I p '11.
\l't i ke- n M :M l. Kurd ne Robert was' r'o"'r.rl; rabidly. though quite Hit.l l. \ furl lt.Itr h'I.I., ... ,
i U it .1.I ii I" r. '11.1-. I'.r, II .. .
ours XI It'oimi 1I..I..r. I 111. i' from Sit." ,
\
*: 'h r'm.. Caanou and P B. sore and still Incapacitated.ilirhailding A i pirfnres ill ire
.1..u..n! JrM a.rnvlile. feturnd from that city l list \ L">",1..pi,,>" :l' .. ln> 1.1I0.f tin IN rr> .l.dpeti,. \\ ".tarn.' Eold'n- 'inr gltrn; in the -ihidu night,, where he hid Itetn t tin p iMr fur rlu.r' '- "h.. in illii .d t. .1.. /ieMi i 1 lonn .
I "1. md l :Meters Charts: : i .i if ot era sa. In .!a< k onvl I I. in
\: : ..r. Tax liens Filed i Workmen M.ll.lrlm flocki < k su4. rui't nding the r,1 in O. i i"'W" ].",i1m,I ire Iir :.'d to .u 11 'f hum p ire rngsged In rebuildIng the rrstltnt .
: OD 10 i more d.slr.ible locition. ill r n.' u.s tn II 'r,,ivii" 'r M.rerV C F.l'lolf.r.h'lr K 'It.v 10". Tr.,In No
7't. I
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4 The f.. loving/: additional tax lien l the Meldrlm private dock and I'aoln : h. 'in the I II IIt'
.e1'l..drll; a <'hinge; in thtnslit "I I hi K,i I I. v brnh, : h.'s bi n i i(' \ :Mrf e \\' F' \ ,rt.o nit.:h i 'i n.rs, ill arrive In J..k.tD' listi I
to- )our.heel been filed in the boil house the ,
at foot of :Ninth: "I. ,itlan and 'he t
nII phui in bib'h' in .I HMintil w ..i ..ti':. ow'r '(; T I,' mli. Ho'xrt HH1 |itt '.. ; 1""i p m trim No 'n. ,
c 'rk s once of the circuit court bIn >' i which was destroyed by the late 't'hTK,, ,'. the Jarl..onvl'lf'l' 1 1i ''a lavlr.g .
'r ; M.tl"I'| IH M ." rnt'IIutg, ''h'I' time thi.. I L.taa. F"n. ... ,,
; tf
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i i 'r. \K i mihJr h.'t it night, na. h" lar k3.rntll'. ,
the of :Miami va [)-'I1\t'\ Fennls, norm The dock will\ be built Writer iof vesicuda afternoon (' n
i sats: SIll 1..11't. .bit-n. lr..t.-d m .ihi \\i"inm fhirl.s. Thoma'Trrh.y ; "> In ,iN\: moaning tr.itno ,H
Frnr' s I ICtleott et al. Josephv and
than before
stronger The $Ke
I 'cy Insi I lute has bun tell HI r i hi C
t : fleet rk! ihM and \\ F Fi "nr rr"I Jackvnnvll ar x 40 a.
!)Pre et al I tt F Waller! A. JFImrson mo>rd from Siocktcn sod I'ITKv ,, "
.1.1 w ho hi Ui en 'I rhn':e liw aunt' in .sad train No 71. st 7 In .
et al.I Once Rivers. et p m.I ;
v where It h b I lu, "i 'dlo .
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h. '
n is a.'u i h .
n
nn ion w hIh. I
: Jn D n < et al 8. G Davis W i CHARGED WITH USING ihe rf'idrrce of Dr J. :N. 1\ or .. 'n.., u .. lo :tkr r > he g," rI I : .1.<... .n II \r''n. Robertelborn et 1 I BRIDGE WASHED[ AWAYAND )
: IOU Fa'e ) .at nrf Or T: y'o Ipr c. in ..r ..n tin" ne 'i Ck"'IVI'It' \'r! T J. O urea
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of the fl
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I and tz"b..tb: Russelll .. + exI aI
bJusi re .' Iron I I .
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Dr TI .
al'j > o A b ileroi .
i\ an a I "-ting' firm of Rico A 1)8rl..n Fort
wage he he be"n for spiral I Iis : i- of a..1 Ii ., .
i 1' id ,
THE U. S. ns; a ,'I u n e 111 hie h is
:.Ttlte<1 Certificate of Kltctkm MAILS oro'rating; from this
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ir (on bv hCI"' .
v of he I| he, k i 'I'r"l tri fed riirsi's I... TRAFFIC BADLYINTERRUPTED ..or in the mickerel busln.a. 'b.
Mr 7 T MWItt, county clerk- IJLTI nl t' .tin. '
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the of ", ,
I care !p' 's.
sDr
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p i-on" Is Tlnlt '
e'rt received yesterday from Taih.iwe *- a >r In the c: tv Mr
Ihe a'oc.o: Is r.i TJ. cite, as to TPy or wilt| be nemberrd" !I .
a. t"hetII'Lr, l of Eden
his certlfloite of \ I manager; of "honnipmys .
.1t't'1\o..j FOR FRAUD the nfib i''IOS o hood 13: be .'ccomonstrc1 "d'
a r< ni < f :Miami for peprlv a yea ln'ere. '
e 1 blirk bond Mr tore U f here has ..rrhI (
IPT 30001)0 pahave ,1'a"1I; here a f i'w months ago; inJuk i > and takn
I act ve The"iinrv
} fret"te h's bond at once nod after charge
I t'rn taken ve ;
Krr y l'u'.1! u T h ih IIKI ben bill'
will _
II has been approved hi. coramts- otwrate a large (11
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and no. ore woo footed advice and ,
formr1:1.: !He ,' x.llenph..ician .
.:on will\ be Issued when h* will be did hia'p't. t-"e felled te f an.eks' and gill I net boats RictO
c' DrTrv a gctxl and .
msnagcr so 0 Rrlen! "have also
purchased th.
nsKflcd; to assume the reins of
tf SIP akc pat'e'-' 'o his hoT". I do..
no ht
molntlln the \Keeley Inxtiin
F. Indlaropoll SOPhlland..r cooperate; works of Edge A )' :
flr Thi wl'l probably be o a
of-1 His briTT ard pa' (lr. w II be for > i-t s hill",1 of cite Louisville. NOT Z'! -Tb. Mcnd, ,
text monthRAILROAD txgerald a 'oc'l'cep.rlist I : was Indicted present r 'h i parr and supply" sit ,the fishing \
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1 I the r all. The beard .1 1 I tx just I iler' r nr Ruuii bridge titer the Site river 1
on tsar counts in the federal nm' rne with Darrr'sFOUR
'Ir lit \\'ear Pi>,pt. M wits c.r'1' I Iaoav
court here today charted with using

r RNED f FOR !;' In the connection I'nlted States with malls a colony fraudulent companywhich STEAMER CYNTHIA ARRIVES FOR KEY TRAFFIC RUN fn iut.rrupr.ne li\ ih"-. high'rafc water twimein tixU>Lunle'till and

he had been promoting In ,. ttinrullr and M 1 oul Thebridge MEN SWEPT AWAY
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|i r.r'ntiy' cimpleteil at a
t Sooth Georgia He gave bond In the '' .,
; REBATING FREIGHT sum of }4 000 From Dal', Metropolis. Nov 22 and r xii of on hurdrtd lhmi : p SIM nfti r I" is'n hi'nand K,'>'
lltt'e E! BY A FIERCE LAKEHURRICANE
The p..nt..r.and and freight West. b> sailing teas> < now piling I

Tracks Ftr Railroad K.IMI.K I IsUamef Cynthis arrived In port this 'tbe route' Thi. Cvnfhla l I. light draft. :MII- (..>i>il Fl-li ('atchConn I I

CHARGES Two very large powerful truck | morning from New York and tied has .ir,'oinnmd.itlonii for a" niftier' .d lf ring that the conJ inns r
can for hauling steel rails and ''up at the terminal dock after being of pas'' ngers and ell', carry twenty but
were anMhiiiK fa\oribe: f"r fishing -
other railroad material In the keys" our, severs' weeks. but hating an or more tons of frilght; #h.. H e*. :Me irs. Cnshnt ft ,d :lla i>"eng .

hate arrive! at the terminal dicktanA I uneventful passsge south I Ipecisliy adipted for .hi'lo. waterwork er of England: ; who, hat i. rrturIedto .
I Ii will\ be loaded on barges and | The Cynthia has been brought her such a. i Is found pracilcillv ,
Miami for the inter and chArtered -
towed to Key; Largo where they will\ I by hef 0" nero Capt. Albert Wbil-,t I fall the way between, here and Key tht. ht Jupiter : -
New ork. NOT 22 Judge: Holt be put In service Engine No 10. i main for operation on a run between |I\\.t. y..t Ctpt' Kmn hi
In the I'nlted States circuit contoday n which was towed down a few daysago art and Neat lo! i had unusual good link on th..lr'IIr.I Grand Iblllis.11' b :Not :;l' r
IIhl. Key with .
{ stops I This will be the flrnt steam vesselPvet d"Jlon .. .
< yesterday. .
etp lamtng '
.. 1 fined the New York CentralRailroad srrlved safely at her destination all the Intermediate n at.ge; from Mol'and "I' h sacs
points and to v the route Intended and about d ..
I1SOOO for : p loin izen grunts I. .t Sos- 'h i tar rn n were c a'I chI rte ,hIT
Company rebating and Is now ready to begin hau1- I.t y.. and will make her first .
trip the
3iicc f freight charges to the American Ing material for laving the extension I I hi II.a few days en turbert and a large 1C."Itt'r'Th. !i work of the n> w pier 'h'r.' I I.. r

Sugar Redoing Co. track across Key Largo There Is much traffic bosh fre ght d with lnt ret h. rufienlen }' Are out tmnz; the : liu.. a(a'n I n,. <>, 11 and .....11. ,I away du'tngi :

'' here and an on*, the keys. today '. gbt '

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"1"' PACK TWO THK MIAMI MITROPOUR FRITHT. KOTEMBKR a. MM )EIGHT PAOD yr,

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I AND 1 HOW WORRIES ARE STORE !I Miami I II to have another city directory -

The Weekly Miami Metropolis SPED LAWSThe EASILY CONQUERED EXPLORING I compiled to date. W* hop
t I It will be more >.omp:ete than those

-- -- Tampa :News: after determining Women are (qwrd easily If attacked More Coring l. new th* st-no.w. Issued In the pat. many name and
President 8 Bobo Dean Sec .Tr.M. U.f. trek of addresses being omitted
B. B. Tatnm. that there Is much ground for re hey are 1tJ""I up. every woman of sissy :

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY "n,plaint snout the swift driving of amt Ix-coint 1rtHiblm. or calamitle men Thi hopcilBg ud" l.. nth -

.. l the crowdedMmUof \ .. ctnt-a-ounl win. sing al Ihe fuJl.t..II' .
iles
mt throtiKh >n or
Six months . . . $1 00 One year . . . . .ft.00 mt > > > \\.t..II. i President K.NMev.' I U standing
; cltlts. ieU.ru Itself of any other ad. In its rolumn, will the tuun task weigh firm b) his df mon that those disreputable "
Those paying In advance will recel\e a year'a subscrtp'l.n tor 1150 these |M rtlnent fa<'t" lathe. to autos ".l...l\.... the a iraic.' ort of "worry" III.... every >h.".p.t -Ihr lank of negro troops must tw dismissed
.. IU mon'hi subscription for 75: cent This i* a liberal discouri W Induce and the pruileu.: that should lie In lxt "","'r. ,VHIM. of the "wor- tussling the Using ix-eihtl ,r wanted Some how Tedd baa ;
.. ) 4 way
strictly aJvanc payment .nJort'tJ) l h) their driver and the g< nTh rieo they reach at ante are: I anal of finding It {Priced wilhlw ......h. of doing thing that keeps him In

-- -- --- t'r ptiblk The rent In lu.. high worry I It In a pe .hlmi-.non* <>f the cU)'* the g.od graces of the majority of

Entered at the Pojtoffiee at Miami Florida. u second class matter I automobile has come to FlorIda 111 cook U la-sting worry. i huinem in of mere OMII...-<|IK.sx-r. !. the public .r.ro i iAccording

-- -- ------ to staClinidtlc conditions are The room |<> rent worry I its ......th.* lire 'such hat It meets a want that has TM not enough boarders worry i to rel) largely upon the help of th.
rttll II U'F. ntH 21. I 06
i long been experienced by residents TI.. IHIII-M to ,,'II "......). Mur* Mix These, studied at hone before to the Savannah New l.

,otjthta State fherefore. It Ig t'1- The what will I do with the old the .n.">|ilng trip U unoeilak- a negro: of that city !has the Presl .-

DEALING WiTH SAGE ADVICE TO i ...*|iiI| on the one hand that the 1 pedestrian furniture, or machinery, when I buy <-n, conntlluts UKKhopiwr.. (chart dent's new form of spelling dowujpat \"
public become reconciled wits the IM'w worry .ml-| irulclr, llnir>lablrho : Here I la the way ne write to I

VAGRANTSMunicipal THE NEGRO RACE I exiktenct and on the other hand The** and the ret of tie day's Usual thai while this U the lay of the Simon Gaian: a Savannah lawyer i'

Judge Sanders *a)s If Last Monday morning Booker T. i that the drivers learn to exercise pntblniM yield easily.. said quickly store explorer, .U I* Dually the day Jon Preston wd cud I" tel him when j :
marked consideration\ for the menwomen la II,.. Mlr."M>li. o-"ent..nI o. of lb. ad resell that kace wll B tried He kan not _
the police mill arrest he vagrantshe Washington, the leading negro 1111 I and children whose financial display adsertlst'uentNEWSPAPER o I cum up here tomorrow becos h* wit\ r.b r.'I

will do the ret Now It remaluk the country. delivered an address at circumstances are such as to debar buy"a:
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lor result to follow the opening of the :Negro Fair at Macon them from the ownership of a machine ,' -0-- If forced to sell something quickly -.
Ga As usual his words were Jewelry. brlc-a-brae or other According to the opinion of those ?

The Metropolis has long urged an directed pointedly and plainly to his "Ihr man In the automobile possesses personal belongingsa Metropolis I who hat been and won tbe State ,..

enforcement of the vagrancy lawIt race, and were such that if followed, no more rights than the man ENGLISH i onecentword ad Insures more privacy Fair at Tampa Is the biggest and

I. a law that Is not vague and indefinite would prove a benefit to every negro I on foot However he possess .11'' The Pensacola Journal one of the f .less delay and a better! price. :I best thing of tbe kind ever undertaken .

but one of the moat explicitof ,In the land and bring him closer to I the right; that his wa'klng' brother best and most Intelligently edited I In".lIpapen o I In our state Thousands from ....
white and affair We read of another auto collision section I in ..
the Stale statute and why the au.j the man bushe'ss can lay claim to and It Is well to in the south under the every are attendance and
and with. which lie mustcombat. and disaster In New York due one of them :
successes remember this fact when generally: caption Newspaper' English! .," dw every are satisfied and
thoritiescity I and countywill! allow I Among other thing Wash I condemning the machines and their fends and states the purpose andwork I to reckless speeding But that an Interested The fair must nececaar

the community to be overrunby legion: said users It appears to the News thatIf of the. newspaper reporter In I every day occurrence and will be ao I y do the state ('hll.s. by Influencing -

a worthies*. thlerlnc gamb.inn i I here Is no hope for any Individual the automobile owner were to stop this very clear concise and correct long a* the fools persist In their fool- and causing .. to

.; element both white and bUck III or for any race who begins to I and consider for a moment the possibility manner ish prank with the dangerous machines come In and share In the many advantage '..,

more than any sane mind can cum despair who begins to feel that thereIs that he might be reduced to l-ew people do or can realize under I : Florida offers to Ib.wbu '

prebend no chance for him. There I I. a1 II the level of the pedestrian and how what high pressure a modern i --o- would succeed and prosper Here
Enforce!: the law and enforce It to I i nance. a magnificent: (chance tor es- he personally would feel If a powerful dall) paper Is produced Many people According to the State Health Officer hoping It will\ do all and more than t

the "letter. but in doing: so. don't er) black man right here In the i automobile were to d"lII't'Od upon fall to realize also that newspaper this baa been a remaikablyhealthy had been expected: and planned r

f make food of one and flesh of another I South who, will make up his mind I him disturbing his serenity of mind r..porter. desk men or printer I, year throughout: Florida, for It. .2

The lair It directed as much that he will devote his life to righteous if I not actually endangering; him bod are not always college graduates I with every Indication of a continuance 0 i
w against the town bum and loungeras We will add to this that It Public Health Defense
direction league I I.
oJ I'y If--he were to halt a moment and though moat of thins are capable of I i
It if igtinsl: the fellow who either Thin fair shows In a large degree cogitate: upon such an eventuality. I writing better English than many of has also been one of the moat prosperous the name of an organliAtlon prepai- ,

:i Just walked or rode In on the rods II hat the Industrious. lawabidingnegro : that such thought and such reflection the said collegians and progressive period fair Inc to wage: war against medical. .w

of freight or passenger train Beginto can produce ID. large decree .Would lead to a mental resolution While. appreciating the worth ofa Florida has ever enjoyed and moral quackery. the effort promising >>
i enforce the law where you are become not only consumers -s-- I to be the and .,
we must that would render spied lawsunnecessary man who Is capable of using Ihe most earnest f I'
certain It can be made effective E\ the I A savings bank .10..1Dil- concerted
.but producers throughout: .best forms of Eng'lsh grow movement of the kind ever t
newspaper
n, city and county po Ic* officer can South We must emphasise eon I ..l"n.... recollection faIN. It has time, are valued more for their ability less you add to It now and then by undertaken Of it the New York

pick out the local or home vagrant stant!)' in tbe family In the school been oommand "Do unto other as which they may have for rhetorical little venture "on the side"- sues World says: "The league Is national ,'"
They know him b>' constant observance the the importance a* real eat Investments baying '.
through: public press you would have other do unto you form or classic diction. A man or-ganisers ;
,,: for days week. months and ev of teaching: all of our people "In the exercise of the admonition who tan put a story Into shape. with selling; and exchanging: thing. Iu will give an unusual' effectiveness -

..a yean back and they' have notaaown the dignity aodutT of labor Not' conveyed In this command rt'.U" lien all of the pertinent fact. who canwrite such ventures the Metropolis one to its work In addition to '.1

him to do a day s labor In all only this we must remember that a the roost simple and moat expedi: I It so that the reader can understand I cent.a-word ad bring grist to yourmlll" exposing charlatanism and criminal .1\

that time large part of the Industrial activity tlous solution of the automobile what he has written. and \ every Qa,. practice In medicine It will area to ?1.;

He la the fellow who la the danger of the South I* dependent upon question It I* so much saner so i: who can rush the stuff Into the officeIgulck -- prevent the adulteration and ..aball'i
the menace and the nuisance to the In I GoBro..arcl has appointed Hon tutlon of drag and food substances '
haIt
We large
1. us a degree much more humane, tnil ) much enough to avoid any delay In 01
cimaiun!ty. The other It but a i A. V Long mayor of Stark. to be and the sale of
In our control We shall hold ono I more pleasant l for all concern:d than : the paper's going to press -such a narcoticsft will\ \t
"noatf'r"bere today and some our share of the agricultural; the passage of restrictive speed( law i man Is worth a dozen polished essay state attorney for the eighth: Judlcal endeavor to delude from the mail

t other place tomorrow He does no chanical I and household work so long I and the rigid enforcement of the i: .writers even though be may hers'' circuit to succeed the lau B.nJ. P. all advertising matter Injurious to ;

-.5 person or ao particular interest any as we can prove to the world that same** and there make a few grammatical i Calhonn In the late primary J. M 'the public health or moral. .
harm or injury, though alw:.yi madu .e can gets much out of this I:ne I : Rivers of Gainesville was elected to tI

a sufferer while the :ocal vagrant is of en<".'ator ai other race The II 1 error It mast be remembered that In t this position. hence )lr. Long appointment EROS KKIiTII.K: FLORID*

1 )ettr touched mini,.e we fall to do *o. some one, WHAT HEARST the rush and and will\ expire a* soon a* the '
r hurry high
general I
Treat one a* you do the otheiJidge else will' take the place we now Oil SPENT IN DEFEAT pressure Incident to Issuing a daily I next: senate has confirmed Riven.appointment I What they are D..U* la the Land of \I

Sander has put it up to the When we fall to get the most out news writer do not have I which will\ be made by the the brapvfrwil sad'l.!..

,, police Now let the police put It if the soil out of mechanic: *, out : In his unsuccessful campaign for newspaper time to linger over question of governor daring the session of the !

It* to Judge Sanders and If both dctheir of househo d work or out of anyo'her I Governor of New York W. R. Hearst grammatical form or of finished ex next' : legislature In accordance with Quite a few orange are being shipped -
duty labor will be less scan Democratic and I I the wishes of the people. from Socr m.
I occupation that moment we Independent Leaguecandidate prtsslon If they state their subject I
red commercial and Industrial con- I I
shall be asked' to move on and ..>me- spent the enormous matter In pain language so that the Comes grower declare that the
ditlons throughout: the county rented bod) else will take our place. ,amount of 1256.!':'8.U. ': r..d..r0 readily understand it.they The Jacksonville Carnival I I. a orange crop there this season |I. Lies-
ft., material* i f thin* of the past the State Fair ter than last
\\e must not ouiy teach the dignity His total vote was 616.817 I have accomplished the main soon
--- of labor but Impress upon ou. I Ills cost pl'r'ote was 33 1-3 cent I II Hof their existence But whatever purpose they I II will be and the next beat thing ... I Large shipment of pine are being

rAn A BODY people thorough! the Importance of I lie gave W. J. Connor f 57.OOuHe ''I do must be done at once. and where I know of for all Floridians to be busy lent from WhIte City and good price -
In I Ing himself In for the next few are received
+ being reliable and progressive carried two out of 57 up-State errors' of expremion: occur there Is I II III
OF A LIMB i counties I months are ways and mean of entertaining i There I I. a larger fall of pine
their work Too often the charge Cost per county $2!).500 but little opportunity for ro-rl''lIoII.1 i crop
Shakespeare urged the p"'oie to I I. made with truth that the average: In his candidacy for maoiof :lt'.1: II It must. not be supposed fitter that our tourists and visitor. this year than there ha* been for t
i !" I In 1SOS Hearst 2 71S. and Interesting them in tbe climate. a good many year
learn to make a body of a limb '- negro workman can not be depended York spent $ ,'mom of the .writer who make these
I upon for regular and pro/lreul\e': Cot per vote In flog. :27 4-5 sensitive I oil and other natural advantagesthat I Socrura strawberry growers have
: to mentally construct the whole of errors are not a* keenly to
work. that he will labor until he get i cent*. t I can be found no where else in not been able to set their punts, on !
a man a claim an evterpr'ae. a plan the fact as is the reader of the print I!
will then ChMl. E. late successful the I world A concerted movementIn account of the dry weather
few dollar and \ spend Hughes. .
I an In.UtaUonfrom. a fragment a d pane who. at his leisure. finds It t
I. Governor :: fork that direction would bring most J R. Davis of Bartow la shipping -
Inkling a hint that In Idleness or riotous |vlng candidate for of New ..a.)' to liK-ite flaws and jiolnt out I
Moat of tile world people hare before he returns to his labor. This spent$61S.5S.:; nilvtikcKIn IIrnUC: ) InK remit gr.-en peppers quite beavt'y auureoivlng
will damage Ihti It .Is seen to what extent', b..m.1 D r<'muneralivt returns.The .
learned thla lesson In some degree kind of reputation any : : fact. the news writers I
will for The dcith of George H \\oodall oranges have IM'gun' to move
of people some men go financially poI -
Seeing a limb which should be an (I race u.1 1 sect's are their own harshest critics
I for mane tears a conductor on the from \bbolt and are nearly all wellrolnred.
't under-sited. body the This 1* the danger season with teat gain---gainti that can carrythem and after their stories have appearedIn
average person
Florida Kant Cons Railway at Fair. ) The li on halt of
when with but rewards of crop y
i Is the season nothing
declines credit as a race the It Is quite likely that
nowaday to paper I
an enthusiastlc trI:
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burn Ga last Friday Linings last season's.The .
sorrowto
statement that the body I throughout South we are beginning I empty honor )Ir. Hearst must they discover more errors and f..ell I
to handle the cashe shouldsee hoed the record as a spender !In aIStatecampaign I e'ery home and heart where he strawberry acreage In Bradford -
; to which It belongs I I. really of Titanic more keenly the defect of their efforts -
site to It that after laboring all the I ; but he Is a "piker" i i than the reader could poatlb'ydiscover was known No more popular man county for the present season
I than George: Woodall ewer pulled a Is estimated to be 25 cent "larger
Reader of newspaper* hare become year that our money Is not squandered In comparison to James J. Cragan: or feel for them"' per
adept at this art of constructing a for gewgaw: cheap Je.elr.bla- Union labor candidate for mayor of :, bell cord Kind and courteous he. than last )e.r.T..o .
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.t body from lltnb. Epeclally Is this ky and other thing that we can do :New: )ork In 18X8 who spent an e. I I 0 made lasting friends and faithful and packing house are now running
a There are probably a hundred untiring In hi. duties he enjoyed tbe In Winter Garden fll'l' sand
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true of those who read advertisements without We should see to It that I en $JuO.000 and received 9.!&08 people on time.
Inland I,I today .who upon looking at the esteem and confidence of emplo orange: are being shipped at the
: It I* Bo longer possible for w* ID'eat'er, dollar possible vote, for which he paid nearly $10 \.
In a home, In the bank or each I; Metropolis turn first to the furnished era and fellow associate, A Mlaml- rate of 11 to 15 tars per week "
tore to the oCblp.
a create
; ... and Impression and I somewhere where It will remain with \Such: men a. Hearst and Cragan !! room" ads It the room you have an knowing: deceased intimately for Altamonte Spring growers cornr
enterprise -
Importance
It the tor '. advertising us We should cease to have the are politic ern,. They want of9ce': to rent Is advertised there one ot year, pays him this splendid trib- plain because orange buyer are not ;.
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which 1* the 'limb* the reader see reputation of being a race of spendthrift and political honor Remunerationand these hundred people will\ probablybe ute: "He wa a gentleman and a* numerous a* usualThis point *spects :- ...:t
I lodging at your house in a fewdays. strictly honest to bays only 4 000 boxes: this
li email Inadequate spasmodic un *. a race that doe not provide financial profit are not amongth
today for tomorrow There are > considerations with them. But o "" .IOD.
magnetic unalarlng --e-- The Jacksonville Metropolis thus A. L. Parker of White City. i.. .
It a big store Is content with an many notab eiauiiu ", Ml through money dues not always win Hughe
The Pensacola New and tel's why the Miami annexation: ele*.- putting In a crop of team on the I is'
advertising appropriation and campaign (he South t-howlng what ihj negro Meant opponent spent but |ill I Mayor {
which weald be adequate can attain when he acquire th' ..,.. and iris successful Bliss ire not getting along very wellat titan failed to carry and how the purpose land this year He shipped" quitsa

for a stisll tore -th.. big tore only lug hab' In 100 man) case.. I ,,ar What do these financial figures present The little difference. can be successfully accomplished few grapefruit from his grove her .1

will be thought of a* a small store right I e In Vteon and f".hf're." and results Imply! There are man)' however will\ not prevent the Gulf : this week ;1.
It will be loglraly constructed Into the negro Kits: n few dollars on Sat I solution to advance but to the con City sovereign from filling out his I i Miami;s attempt last I week to annex Vegetable growers of Roardman :)

II (tore arday wh< i ht fpt his pay and he I, servallve mind It would appear that term of office\ or the New from continning certain outlying: territory to the are suffering' great y from drou'h. On ;wl!t
non-enterpr : '
-I city proper| by a two-thirds majority account of It I tuning too drto' set out 1"
bright and
Ti: shrewd nierrh ant sees to It goes to I I. i 'al-or .iziln ou Monday ,i the pubic and voters have little a newsy paper '
.. vote. wss a failure. and always will lettuce plants they are going to seed ; t
But what's the in
that h'II advertising showing In thenewspsp morning <'t "" ) -b.lDd".1 I faith and confldeno in nun willing use acrapping'I ) II I I
w ; I I be under similar method' for there In 'the b"d' .
-yr-- 10 sacrifice all else. money Inc udrd t1
>r I I. proportioned to hisstore's 0
.. I for honors Hut the i iU' nothing the aterage property owner I The orange p ..IL. In''the vlcli"'v 'J
in'n..rtanec In the communityo I I empty political Hinrnt says h" will newer ,. t
ago '
In H rldmo! afraid of than or II
i LOVE AFFAIRS >.VDADVERTISING > e : m began pxcklnic or rng.'t "in 1
world inch
Is full I of Hearstjand
that the mast casual reader.accustomer teen an run for oftNe! of any kind" Th, r.' Y
increfd If tht
., fixation! i.lv ; The seek the offlc.but .
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to make a body of a are nnn lolim'latu In tM mntr) of : ...
innitatlon .
.1'1 1 the
J.- They '
.. adopt nn anof tiu" tine p'" i \
tile ollci has newer Rout,tJI! th m
n "nib! mn *hT. with absolute cort who might with irotit' 1.1 t thi n'M l\ .i .
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.. "n\IIt. plan th v m.M be monmic- "'-" thOn. re for ..vO'rll w..aI
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,, ,, i Two hL.1',4 arrt rl; ..n *R ) \\ b> a nit n 'tiara to run t"r I'iii' .
0I t..lo' m.te toi from ud ,
a an end .II.f"11 'n to the 1""l'i|' '. r.-:. ,' lul lI.ueI done legl-tlim" I .. of .. .
s bv the test
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of 1:" 'I', lull 1' ng
Iran* U. Du'e MIC cal OITn! '. standing upon In"Ir mi'r- ,..
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sane saw Tlm..1 nl. ,
that 'I I IM.I,' i 1o inetmlth charnctir and and n n... nun In. orporition 1 Is U -, ( iI '''111\ 1 la hit '.t I : t tI.
wrote It* << 111.11111:11"11':
.. had \\'e till hate wane respct fir \lrll fur al I i..mn.rti. d an it aT: >rds 1M".." I I. "' lion.I i son ;01 0..111.. Ti's',,
STORY OF THE who In nrter in intimidate thevoters
women not atttmptlng to
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.l. bin It since he d, .. \
;ir a gone r. ic .
t nn lion n and ,
in < I. I "fin 1 I.
of bat It ir .' tin pro' | ron 'I' I .1 up\ a ,af .
affair gallintn ra; or bu) their way Into or .
"FLORIDA WILDS"This hlnistif' to the rink of the nrdlnirtlolltlcnn Y
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who hat onl') ,.r"I"l rtand the > 'I..n..n of wit, ? f',mt" fro n their Ow .inn, +i xi 'i' a :
find cue be
anx ou jas : then will\ politic more pirilnd .
e. Is a title of a book sent out I In thf 8 o d*' a our I'nll.-pt.+! | }. has a and bettir men si-cured to 1I I public and. offce BI* ker II. has .ind rest. raise makm a pl-'ce more I' t U .Ial.1 'chit the pas king honors
t the :Sale Publishing Co and t h.iMt of turning from wnunienlalt 1 positions and trust made avo. he know he wil:1 breakThe healthy All citizens who enjoy th' it I'oinpino. ow n"1 b, :<4 J ;Il.h, f
---- icihttis s afforded ba cite ih rid: he A Co and the (' ,
rltten by A. E Phillips. a druggist ; holies to practical ones --from affairs Let the fates of Hearst and CrA- onxi t Ut 'd Frill
of Sanford under the nom de of the heart to affairs of the gan: stand as evidence that money young men whore potkels. are wiling. to contrlbutt. to the e\pen.e r" which weie
I lame of Edwin Alberton The aim i 1)II'10410.. to paraphrase. the old! alone Is not sufficient to acquire HU,'d with .cigarette wrappers. mutiiche ,- thereof and not take. advantage of c. nt storm will\ be rebuilt "r / .

I lefty of the writing the beauty of writer it Is possible. In these day political ofTce combs, finger: nail cleaners. I a boundary line to keep from do ngno nhortlvfiring". '1

the story and the charm to the tale. I.to And people who have never advertised I' e -- I miniature .urllng Irons looking: bu' they are not as Indicated by hpm"I\1': from Fart \1 \ +

.(">p.1 at once to the reader who but It I I. rare hat you will\ find : glass. etc and have their mothers : he vote at Miami era fell off conslderab ) the put w .ea

becomes Interested and Infatuated people who have advertised but once! I a.-iterating crease their pant every day ate noi I _0--- the total for the week being only

i with the story of romance from a South In which there are plenty of the ones who will make promising I An advertising solicitor was turned '..; il boxes This added ti> the numb -

> I lead: of romance A colored Baptist association in Idle men all about and plenty of husbands The \pockets of thorn who down )eterday. bv a man who said. 'r previously reported brings the "

The reader of Mr Phillip book I North Csro.lca I* reported to have work for them to do and yet they are helping to nuke the coun'ry i the did not need to adertlseVh> total for the season to 593KH taxes

are led into the dense almost Im- denounced the president for dishonorably 'can't be brought together I furnished bloom and causing two blade of he declared" everrbodv In town L B GoodaM of Goodall a large

enetrable. jungle' and forest of ourState dismissing a battalion of co'- by the following from the fensa- grass to grow where God panted but know me and all about ray bustneos orange grower end owner of one of ,

and introduced to their wild ored troop. declaring that he punIshed co'a Journal: lone. will\ be found filled with bared "Do you thinkto" repliedthe the finest groves at Mlms. la plantIng .

pad ferocious denizens in a way that the Innocent and the guilty I I "Pel\N..ol. now affards a fine example :. wire staples and different site* of solcltor: Just you come with ten acres more of grove and setting
charm and Interests "rom beginning alike That I* where Ihe colored' of the Impossibility of getting nails sad screws They are toe boy me The solicitor took him a block\ with 10-year-old bud. diameterat

to end This adds to the dramatic I brethren make a mistake and show labof when there ema to bfc plentyof the gir's had better look after away from his pace: of business on .bud of from 1to H inches

elect of the work and places the their Ignorance of the fall clrcum Idle labor In the city The contractor Gainesville Sun 'the next street and the two stood together The editor of the Lake Butler StarIs i'I

.der in close touch with the feelI I stance* of the case The battalionwas who Is patting In the sewersystem The solicitor hailed seventeen .experimenting with the raising of

I. and thought of the writer his I.... discharged because not a man In i has Just sent to =New Orleansfor Florida hn not been generalv: esteemed men who were passing' and asked ce ery In his home town He belleve -

I cllnatlon In the pursuit of big It would testify to breaches" of discipline labor having found It utterly impossible the best part of the n'ted them If they knew woo the merchant | It can be grown *s profitablythere

a, time and his feeling of uncertain of which probably the majority to get the necessar) met. Mates to grow: corn In. but Florida was Only one of them did as at Sanford. where It Is not
'+ t and terror when la turn attacked knew all about The dismissal was i I herde' at any time of day or Is a land of surprises and when It They then sauntered" around to the nut of the ordinary for a planting to

1 by panther. tear or other feroc not because of the disorder at : night you may find scores of Idle ne- conies to producing thing he In .i |IM"'I..IItocf'tbt'r\ and the solicitor net one thousand dollars per acre

I n. animal that he most stand and t JRrowrsvlIe. but because of the mutinous -Igroe and young worth ,ess white men rash man who presume to fx!! re.. asked t..nIY-\'O men they met I rifling Bro the. well known nnrermen *.

f ht for his life refusal l of each and every man I I hanging around the grog shops. but limits Editor Storrs of the De- Ilf the)' had ever heard of the pop- are clearing grmind for a

Florida should be proud of her I I In the batta'lon to do his duty bv I Icon* of them w'll work on any terms. Funlak Breeze. said In his *pe< h at ular and well known merchant I'tin)-acre grapefruit grove Atxmt !>...

I erary talent' and '''|>ec:ally of Mr testifying; when called upon by the \s far as Pensacola Is concerned the the Tampa banquit that at the recent Three of them had heard of him acns will I' be "I..nt..d.( and the other j

1 illllp who in The Florida WI:d" | proper authority There were no Innocent police should round up these Idlers West Florida fair In his town hut not one remembered what business ;ii acre will "he p1.int.-d hv Jan 1

t is given the public one of the men In the battalion T-m'I land[ a man should' be given hiM chokt a nun who knew all' about corn in he was In Tampa Time Twentv-five airtu :are. I'a ..o.d w.i.,.

.i I Ightest and moat t Interesting stone* i pa Time Ihe President did right: ; between going to work for waxes or thi. t hug, corn growing: : state. declared There are mani other merchants In of Miami :

er founded ot fanced' I I- this I,land whte' he Is getting after -hejnlHck zolng to work on the rock pie: for I that fifty eam of Florida corn on .'!.xhlb the otne category as the one men Copt D F Matches nrang grover
I ite The Florida Wilds' would I p1." nred part of the nlted the tinTw :tl!"n at tr"> fair w..N the flit -if t nriA.1 al.\ o\e ant It In n.f,1" "s to say "-r Metros eor'ln ov ,'r 7 mltre .

1 a ("r<'d't aid in ornament to .inHundr \ -I.:"1.,* Anti h. rnlcht direct his attion -- he h.'d ev r' ..... n \\ ., mn no' hi>|>.- there Pre some of thitn In Vlami ..* most of th.'ii In ful h. .r" r

,, I nary ..''' to the troops In It..n''r.,1 l and I > :Novemb-: Home...<'k-r ho. t".t 'o roil the rih h' I"'; l lend ;..rlO"hnf ;tame dav they: will awake to the The fruit his been au .l I '" heIrtjtd < 'm
... ",. tt-o .. hte cons. ,1'1"11 I of that lea. i ia"u.'d and a. nsasl l Is well filled the W. .' In th- \i.,1 per af ., rut r.,i'l7tton! that to ..,....... d one mull.. .'> .'1'11"t f'0. ..f I >) -a',vi I sr

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    : : Sayings of Sam Jones. 1 1I Notice Mil 1"1.of| ..a".Ik-allo....... ItM'" and for 1M.prtnlt.-... to

    HOUSE Of COMMONS EXCITED I I I II l

    I Pub.lf/ notlcf Is herb, uU eo th.it
    God cant elect an} mao unlffcs hi KtlKcui l'ort r has fl fd with i hi

    Is a laudidatt Board or Ciiunlt (.oninnsnioDt'n of
    BY ACT REliGIOUS CRANK The bluest 100111. the woman who' 1I..d. fountin the Mate of Florida I
    will bun-
    act k burketptr fur her his application| for a permit to nehI'quorn. OYAb

    band | wines and beer In Klec'lonOiMrui

    I i I II wear garments made of wire i ), ;No K. of said count) and' fa
    I before 111 made at {a
    wear garments !Mate. for the nwal >ear ending Uc I
    Claimed He Was a Messenger From Almighty GodHustled 3' cents a down I It tolitr I. I"! 97.! that mien ai>pli< atlon :'

    K\-r> barroom 1 I. a recruiting of- will be meted on l>\ the said Board '

    Out By Attendants-Interesting London News : flee for hell. i: of County ('ommis.loners at belt i i BadncFPowden .i
    Sow will '
    whiskey and > ou reap
    n..1\ 'I'K'ilar' meeting; which will beheld

    and Gossip, Furnished By Special Correspondent. i iI drunkardi on the 4th day of D -cember Pure .

    I SoYO little ,parties and reap big j jons lied\ at 10 ocltxk In the ro.n"on'uf Absolutely

    Soya thee and reap gullrooiua. .said do and the said Hoard hereby i| I ,

    London. SOY IDI whmh nature has strangely endowedf Sow these and reap Germans and tails upon| any citizen of suchelection i A wholesome of
    him to a college of | there reap spicier IrgKfd dude. ; dt..w' ho ma) desire to do 'I! cream tartar J
    I from Almighty God' surgery and from these will\ hair'
    have
    cume >ou reap a ,
    The word were '...lion d with" st.irt- (' mmmt'ndale as they may be. such thimbleful, of calves' fool jet.', I to show cause If my then Of'. at ::
    Makes the
    | finest
    said next ot said baking
    entail jibe reicul.ir meeting i powder.
    the i-a< rlr!< es to silence no I
    and through Christwon't hous.where
    In ,
    ling rmpbarts rang stay a ,
    PbYI"1 Board h% such permit shall not begranted
    the
    sift I Indeed
    with thrilling ef- < .I l ring -nor. the( cellar U full of ,
    Houae ol Commons : wh'skeyThere

    4 fec'' on the hunorab'e gentW-men D-. of the rewarij Stokeon-Trent such as guardian v. a. .!. lurb a thing aa the race I ; II)' order the of applicant the Hoard of Count I I lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot. ,1

    dark had risen to ye- nut In dude,
    low A tall figure running: and God Commissioners .
    when medical officer' of Dade ("OUDty.o'la. :
    the
    In the strangers gal: ery as form..rPT..mler rda> jstated am glad of It. I.Do..1 b
    v Balfour sat down at tnck that a patient In the hospital The most demoralising and This the 6th day November, A. I breads, cake and pastry.
    I D. 190..
    woe of a speech and. with uplifted had a bad leg and skin grafting j lug,, thing and the most insidious laI
    I fSt'all I A. K. Dearborn, 1..
    hand proclalmed'bfmt.eif a messenger its the only remedy' Two other I the city -tlub. Alum and alum
    phosphate
    Clerk
    Board County ('ommla.lon..n.B .
    the volunteered
    by
    from the Most High Before the p.tlI'Dt.-p.up"n. way I have seen men converted from .
    strange being whose purple robe tbe skin from their owa he bar room and from everything W Deputy M Pope Clrk powders are injurious. Do not ft

    suggested that b* was of a priestly arms. and one gave akin from both else, bat never have 1 seen a man them. Examine the
    ; hit arm For making this living use
    caste could further harangue the converted from a club.I .
    '. ed by sacrifice to science and mercy, the Notice of imlktW for permit to label.'f
    startled M P. he wa *ei& never saw a ant- l.u billiard I
    the attendant, and after a struggle guardians agreed' that the two men player who was worth the powder ell liqaor. wises and ........
    ibou'd be awarded with alowanoeof Sarah s.m. powcxa CO.. new: vc**. ,.'
    was hustled' oat of the gallery.\ and lead to kill him. I
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    Wall a mlnotet Walt a minute! tobacco for three month, abject What la a town woman but a Public notice Is hereby given that :

    b. expostulated.' "I am a British to the doctor' approval country woman with Sunday clothe Geo R Holmes his filed with the I.

    subject He. at any rate believed on! 1 Board of County Commissioner of 1 j, I 4I

    U his divine mission and attempted Cupid's CoftuplrarT DefssttsdOne I'd rather be dead than be In : Dade county In the State of ,

    to convince the guards who carried of those rare forms of matrimonial I fashion : his application for a permit FIOf1d..j I
    a him out of the gallery and to the police suit known as a "jactitation The more bent mashed' and warped liquors, wines and beer In ) yt

    station that be was real'y a messenger of marriage" came before the divorce the lady hat Is tbe more fashionable Dlstrcl No 10, of said county and. <<<:OOOOOOOC( =)o . u . .:. t--
    from the Almighty No It I*. State for the fiscal year ending October
    court the other day, and '
    charge wa made against the disturber Shall I ask your little dude and 1. HOT.>> that such applicationwill 1.
    ed In an Injunction being L\
    but he was put under surveillance rHalt'l dodlnea to preach the gospel'A i be acted on by the said Boardof :

    as to his sanity and the against Fanny Caroline little party: I I. only a big one with County Commissioners. at theta :
    animal) trainer restraining her J
    :MLA: :
    sitting of Parllment which be b... boasting that she was the wife of long skin on. next regular! meeting which will beheld D4J:: : }

    well-night broken up. ws I I I Religion don't help a fellow to quit on the 4th day of December r
    Alfred C. Heath a Fulham public 1
    The Incident, coming as It r"umed'i I his meanness, but It helps him; to l 1906!. at 10 clock In the forenoonof .
    +n. The woman showed a certificate :
    a the raid of the women of the supposed marriage, andIt stay mutt.Doubts. said day and the said Board hereby i
    earlier In the nggests the are but the children of sin. calls upon any citizen of such : ;
    -r precautionagainst I was found that an entry to that Repentance is nine-tenths mouta. election dl.I..ho desire to do Is \
    aeceaalty for effect had been made at Somerset may auto rapidly going to tbe front as the Lading t'
    of cranks to Give hearts to God and he show If there
    the admission your cause any be, at
    I It tamed that the
    House but oat
    in
    the House of Commons What with document was entirely fictitious a* will comb the kink out of your the said next regular meeting of said city South Florida. Everybody ;1

    lady suffragist shaking their fists there had never been any marriageThe head. Board why such pernflt shall not be is going to Miami. Now is the time to if
    In members' faces: and mysterious An honest man who' seeking after granted the applicant.Py \ .

    visitors with messages from heaven fair that defendant the marriage then offered took placeat evidence God I* a* sure of heaven as the man order of the Board of County i secure a choice location either for busi- ':.

    the Commons begins to feel a trifle who Is on a fall tilt after glory. Commissioner of Dade County Fla. 1
    Brentford and a witness tentlfl+d ness or residence. Choice locations in 'j"b
    nervous as to what may happen next. I've cot a* much respect for these This the
  • bat the
    to his being present registrar
    fellow with striped clothe a* I D.. 1906. 1 the for sale
    s denied having ever performedthe city by : : : : : : : 'JJ
    have for you who hop around at every :teal ) A. K,. Dearborn
    the bye. tile eleven Imprisoned' ceremony The marriage entry I
    By
    tap of the devil's drum.If C.erk Board County Commissioner i
    lady suffragists In Hollow ay jail ate and the certificate were pronounced
    ever daughters cot off ary By W. M.
    my Pope
    BOW enjoying the martyrdom they forgeries and the testimony for the i
    of their skirts. I don't want them to Deputy Clerk.
    ought Public aeDUm..Dt..t nrs.Indifferent. animal trainer denounced' as per
    cat from the top. I .
    baa undergone a reYI4IatOD jury by the presiding Judge who FORTDALySLAKDCO.V .:.
    Had Close Call .
    In their favor and the govern granted the injunction asked' tl?r. a : ; \
    Sells More of Chrober1sJ Cough
    ment and tile press are being: b ir' Really has such a plain case of false I f
    Krmcdy thaw 01 all Other 'A dangerous surgical operatlon.ln-)
    dened' with petition for clemency wearing been permitted to go more Call on Or '
    Pat Together.Mr. volvlng the removal of 'J
    Miss Beatrice Harraden. the authoress sternly rebuked' bat It would appear a malignant I :TOZX2T 8. :3SXXX_7, 2: :>jr*p..1-_ ..... f'' '
    nicer large hand! :
    a* as my from
    my
    is those Influential persons that divorce court testimony I I.
    among
    floe George a merchant at Agent Fort Vice-Pres. Fort Dallas
    daughter's hip was prevented by the r"
    who defending tbe noisy not taken seriously by their honor I
    are Ml. llgla. Ontario says: "I have application of Bucklen'i Arnica I Dallas Land Co, Miami. Fla. tdCa.! St. Awf ostine. na :
    who
    sisterhood of agitators and pleading preside. '
    from confinement bad the local agency for Chamber Salve" says A. C. Stkkel. of )I\-\ r .
    release
    for which their, by the Way. calls for t" DtJ. AXXVAL THANK OFFERING lain' Cough Remedy ever since 1twss letus. W. Vs. "Persistent use of the I oQCJO 0:. :.:. . ....
    Introduced Into Canada, and I salt, completely cured It." Cures I
    three hours of solitary exclusionout
    of the twenty-four 8a. Hits FOR THE ORPHANAGE sell at much of" It a* I do of all oth- cats, barns and Injuries. 2&e at

    I er lines I have on my thrive put all d rut gists. I
    Harraden. In a letter to the editorof
    .rrrtntrndt'II' of Baptist Orphanage together Of the many dozen sold r'I

    the London Chronicle: Makes Appeal to +eThursday under guarantee. I have used It myself I

    "In caused connection by the with woman the disturbances suffragists I and given It to my children and Many Attractive Rates The Ocklawaha Nurseries ;i=

    In the lobby of th* House of the 29th of Novembers*, always with the best results" For. ATExtremely .
    tale by all druggist and the Biscayne
    Commons and their .'lb.-qut'lit trial national Thanksgiving Day It I* to, .
    TANGERINE FLORIDA %tS
    In Westminister Pc-lice Court I be day of thanksgiving and praiseto Drag Co. Low Rates

    should like to take this opportunity our Father for the many blessing Want Orange Grower to know that It Is to their Interest to bay tree J
    Xtw Tomato '
    facet Io.a VIASouthern
    of recording mj deep sympathy situ we have received' and of prayer for from their stock. Because they bars THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. ;"i
    them appreciation of their courage the continuation of HI mercies On Deputy Sheriff T. J. Haygood. of GOOD RESULTS can only be obtained from
    tree that have
    my I an abvndaaes
    and devotion and my wholebeated that day the people of Florida ..11Inw..1 Del Mr.rajI Hayxood I I. a visitor states In that the the city farmerssnd today I i Railway I I of GOOD ROOTS item that are STOCKY top WELL DIt'VJLOPED.I: ;:
    Ic their churches and In then
    conviction that It Is the duty ofall and leave, and woodtnat I I. ENTIRHLY FREE OP INJCRIOCS INSECT
    \ other women desiring the suffrage \ homes to worship and thank God truckers In that \lclnlty ..r.'t'r)' LIFE. ONE TREKS have all these GOOD POINTS I In their favor art i t
    from wcorldally
    active again netting out their winter I( Jacksonville 1
    for His mercies bestowed
    to come forward from their academicand many upon Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL INDfCEMNETS are ovTsv i I
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    of tomatoes end other
    crop -
    cultured security and rally round us thrRuch the year and to pray that vegetabtes. I ed to those who will place their order now for fall delivery Ot'R NEW T*. I
    He also that
    the brave people who have not txvu He ma> move u* by His sprit to receive says many I EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC '

    deterred by scorn, by sbuse by sic'.- and to use these blessings for growers' are now planting: from five 144 70- San Francisco and Los Anneles. AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ADAPT 11. CATALOGUE FREE '
    o seven miles went of town In a ;
    der by ridicule from earning :JUl. His glory one way (second<' C1ua-
    to which they have been As Is our yearly custom, we come heretofore undeveloped part of the rickets on tale dally to September IS
    progrtm I Address. The OdhwahaJNurMries
    county and that a very large acreage I vi
    truly forced by the apathy anl Indifference 10 you again and ask that the people i
    of the statesmen of tne everywhere In the Statew betb"r you Of tomatoes will be put In The 31.t4.70'San Francisco and Los ADI ( ;

    last forty meet at your homes or at church, or growers, he says.tlalm they tan plant I Cal. one way (second O. W. CONNER. Proprietor. hf J

    .. year. wherever you may be. win send the In this new locality and haul their class), on sale dally till Oct. Tangerine Florida, | "
    Florida tnankoflVrlng products to town cheaper than they 31st.
    Orphanage
    Baptist a -
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    1 "Tbe press Is telling tbe public can grow and market them In the MM.4O.-Hot Springs Ark, on sale Ii Or M. ft. BUR1ANK. Agt, Miami Florida \i

    4 I that women are not at the back enfv i It Is the laudable custom of manyto old planting section dally ; limit ninety days. Oar CKEOCIDE preparation for he destruction of ants flea, aa* .,

    the movement and that wlsen enough send gift to the poor on that day. $41.03--City of Mexico and return; other vermin will do the work. :. '
    \\t women are banded' together to demand Please remember the orphans at Arcadia tf !. Time of Trace tickets on sale Nov :22 to I .

    the vote they will get It Well and send to me an offering %.. Inclusive; limit (0 days t+

    the answer to that I I. briefly this: to help on your great work at tbl.pl.'f' In the lint months of the Russia-' $16,23-Nashville Tenn., and return j I .
    Ha'f a million of women were Japan war we had a striking example -
    : ticket on sale Nov.
    by the woman. suffrage Of the f. i iI I
    represented While you are considering thl. necessity >r preparationand 10 and 11. limit Nov 1 II. Fred'k. S. Morse VI
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    deputation which was received the of those I
    early advantage
    Important matter.please bear in mind ,
    .2.T--Augusta./ Ga.. and return:
    by the prime minister last Ma> that we are solely In need' of another shot so to speak, bate shingled I'I ticket on saleOctober %ilb.i .
    More people have signed petitions for building, the lower story for a schoolroom their roofs In dry weather The
    : thand 'Sth. limit Nov la, : Real
    "' this reform loan for any other reform : and the upper story as a dor- virtue of preparation baa made history i t 1SO(>. | Estate

    : In England There are 6,000 nilton for the boys. This buildingwill I and given to us our greatest !( tu.2.\--'olutT.bla. S. C. and return -
    organised cotton operatives membersof The Individual. well the I
    cost about six thousand dollars men. as
    tickets oh sale Nov Office up stain Cor. Av.. C and It th St.
    the trade unions and of these liberal nation should bo prepared for anyemetgency. j
    Hy thank-offerlnr you can
    4 and 5.; limit Nov 9. 1906 ,
    S5 per cent signed the last petition help up to do all we can for tbesechlld"n. j Are you prepared to !'
    Dade
    Miami. Co.
    J0o doubt all would have signed If ( succespfuly combat the first told you I T. K. McCALL Florda.

    Circumstance had ,...rmltted : juuta Send amounts to me as below. takd? A cold can be cured much City P* *cnjrer and Ticket Afct. I

    all these working women would Sincerely! I more quickly h"D treated a* I
    attend demonstration meetingsIf I Rev. B. M. Bean a* It hat been contracted and before "J I J.lESFPEEMAN, AGENT OR LANDS OF "VI .

    they had the opjwrtunltjr Their Superintendent.Arcadia It has become settled In the RM.'- Disti ict Passenger Agent.
    1
    Florida East Coast Co
    absence<< means' that their rate of Fla.EMBARKI. Item. Chamberlain Cough Hr'DIedy '- Railway
    UVet st Jacknonvillc' F.a. I
    payment Is so small that they can Is famous for its cures of colds I Bay Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans.! Co.
    IMIOXKTO:
    not afford to demonstrate continuously IX Bt'IINFa.S and It should be kept at hand ready i

    But tII..y.re tht'rt'.t I the for Instant one For sale by all j- = Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.

    back of the movement In the heart Mr. .\. lUur ()prll" High Clam Civil druggist. j1 1 I Low Round Trip Rates I.'

    of It Let there be no mistake Kncisiserlsis Office l

    about that Notice of application) for permit to Via L.&N.R.R.Looisville& Ii

    Mr. A. Banr. consulting and con- HI llqsMifB, .1.... and tx-rr. Miami Bottling Works
    t Cra... Request to Meow,,", articling civil engineer has recently I j

    s Charles Gandolft Hornyold. thirteenth returned to this city with a view ol Public notice I I. hereby given that

    Duke of Mantua and Marquisof opening an office for high class engineering JOB. Reynolds hu filed with the i WALL & McGOWAN. Props '
    Nashville I R.R.
    Melaasl. has placed' science undera I Board of County Commissioners of

    debt of gratitude by bequeathing- Mr Baur baa been In the employ Dade county In the State of Florida j II\h Street Near R. R., Miami, ria' b '

    his generous heart to the doctor. In I"r the Florida East Coast Hotel Co. his application for a permit to sell I Louisville, A Nashville Railroad j
    order that they discover if the three their liquor, wines and beer In Election:
    ; may poe.Ib' during past years a* ( will sell round trip rate from Jack'snnvllle Manufacturer of
    .. the cause of the pains whichtortured constructing engineer, during which I District No 10 of said count and to point shown, on date Indicated I ,
    him there from his seventeenth Mme he has constructed' new watere.tnd !I State for the fiscal year ending (H. low rates mm

    . year Tbe duke is not sewer system at Palm Beachand Uober 1. 1907. that turn application' i from other Proportionately points All Kinds of :

    ; in this respect, however Miss Harriet : West Palm Beach: ; also the new will be acted on by the said Hoardof 146 OS- ("ht -ac.... Ills ( and return '

    . Martlneau. willed "from an Interest i-iater system with Its four artesian County Commissioners at their I Ticket on sale dally to September Soft Drinks
    In the of science," well In He next regular meeting which will beheld '
    , progress his city. I I. well knowneland I SO. and limited to return until Oct i T
    ; that her skull und brain should has an established' reputationi1 on the 4th day of December. ', 3

    ,\ given to a London doctor but. womanlike i-1 I an able and competent engineere 1' COS.. at 10 clock In the forenoon' $57\lit.0 Denver Colorado Spring or Prosapt Attaatio I* AD Orwarc. Ora-<<-orw. Orten Sotldls<

    r she chanced; her mind before this state Alabama Texas and 'of, raid day and the said Board hereby :' Pueblo ('.,1. and return On sale

    " the time Came when the medicocould ( Mexico where, during his IS year i' calls upon any citizen of ..1I"bdlt I i daily until September 30th Final (

    'It cairn his legacy Dr. CharlesWinslow iractice he has had laTe' expertenc .election who may desire to do so return limit October 31

    : ordered that after his death ,' 'n every branch of his profession (po show cause. If *ny there be at 138.40Hot Springs Ark. and return Has Stood The Test 25 Years '

    .t:. his heart should boo cut out. sclen- Mr Bear Is now ready to do busla I- I the said next regular meeting ol IIIldBoRn Tickets on sale dally Final

    ttfleet'y examined and placed in I' new *nd any one desiring promptIattenNon !. why such permit shall not be return limit 90 data from date of ,

    glass: c*..e hv.-r his mother grave and first clans IIt'rrit.II granted the applicant" I sale Grove's

    Dates. who has mvsiifled two cotir |ado well to-call at hK office. Room (M. py order of the Board of Countyromrils | lIall1"o September 3
    0 items by his feats of memory hasi Hatchett Bnl'dlng. this city .lon 'r* of Dade County. t'la summer tourist ,ticket will be on P

    .cr..td that his brain hal' go to a I This the 'th day of ;.Nmemlwr. A sale to va-lon ,,'.nrt.. Full' Infori

    scientific' Institution\ for studs and Mr Phillip M Farls has acceptir D, 1906.tyeall i marion schedules. time table, e'c. Tonic
    ':' anM\sls md the double-hearted -<1 a responsible' position' with the J. A K IH'Hhorn h.1Ibt'\ furni.h-J prouptl} on application Tasteless Chill

    T tive of Soorrano who Is a puzzle to: V McDonald Lumber Company. He[ Clerk Board Counts Commissionersn to

    . the medical profession has made hiswill b.c been for some tttne In the John I w V Pope :iO E H rrlnK. Flotilla Pas*. Aft.

    disposing of tile two hearts with Sewell Bro. famishing store. tvput)' Clirk ''No 111 W Bay St. Jacksonville. Fla I No-Ccr-No-P so cents

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    MrNT\l I >..T'TiO\- TltrlTI.1 : ; .
    Majority of Fifty-Sue The House By States-New ,

    1 : Hilt M ,(., !sM) oTllrUlilsl : I I'
    Members and Vacancies. to Be FilledWashington I <|...11I I nil: of bis good health tad \

    I -:.Isls! :! extreme old a te. )f.. Rroek ..y* f

    "After a man ha tired In the world

    M lung a. I hare, he ought to hv !,

    't E "I Attribute my found oat a great. many thing/: by es- ,.:

    :No\eml-r 21 Con- Dakota I R Shfrwood Democrat, perleoc I think I hr dun *o. .,

    rt-iuuonal tallntkiaus aha hatfiKfn cat Ohio, \\ R E.1U. Rt ,>ubhcan. The following bulletin on t"nntr vi Extreme Old I Oat of the things I have found 'c

    bin the past few dais figuring of Oi-K' ''n : John K Ret burn and *
    vn th. status ol the HOUM- ol :it','- Creseiitattifi. \ Urunun Rfpubllrann. of Pfiinmlvnnii Fa wcrttand .J L Age to the UseofPerU'tia. my utisftctloa It th* "
    I Ho-i-
    (publlsht ; turn I' proper thing for tllmtna that
    In the fcOth Congress. ham II Cooper{ Demorrat. .
    da \grlfultural' .;XI" initnl Station. mn due directly to the effect of
    hatr":ti'ht d thf tout uh1.ii i th.'u the nKepubllian lens Frank R Ijinnttr Dfino- .
    under date of O toVr'I. .1:1:I be ot stet I the cllmmte. For 117 l-!
    House maioritt' ) will be ti.il' ot \ II I;1111.. t II }'Nr'li have :

    fat t four This it. as mar final as Iht. foiowlric i it a romplfie list of I It Interest to grow rs :atij others eii tt, I withstood the changeable cJImstt

    the e-timaif 'uu l>e made until tb.C .. ha riiifii ot lommitle..s 10: the prod .aged In tomato uliuiv' in tins touii d of the United Sttte .

    i rk lOr the House has riHelttd tor iinmi.f itt lion' r who wore out ea: ...tid lo "I ha .
    .I tt and srtiunYorunIci T always been a very healthyman
    of .... .lIon and will stand t ta tilt. 'Mh 1'o::,K'ffi.: hut .
    of course, subject to the affection r
    i .irtfit proiMlm mill( all ton J.. nit", \tt'.d<.. orlh. Vsrcu'tun: : : toniiito .n .an' s In scs.d-I..d.

    i-st-d .....-.. hair b .11 hi.aili d.d.d -.- slat's-s I Ic -'lIlh..rd: ('on., ". ,\\'etuhta are fn- 'rust'dug to a trl tg'ta. kun..II ,it changes In. the climate and tempera'lure
    .
    ,
    :and1. a-ur Jug \\ IittMtxk, D..aItll '
    Alirrnaria ... ,I..nl. Boring my loose life 1 have kn.vwm
    1 ('. 'I Inismi) bt irevented
    Tbls unofnti! ; iiatmtnt r".l.lln.a..nll t t .r iliimlil Krink C. \Vauh
    > .' II. great many rernxdl*. for coughs cold
    v. rt tnt -.ting f-x-tn about hr. i EI't"i I I.j Hill Edward Ilnor.InU sucer.ah111\ tlmroili'. ;

    A w II HIS,' Of Ih.. nifmbt> ..'....1- Id | ..ndmm. In lilt interior fKpart "spraiins' : thi ......d 'nvs .with. U.>rd diarrhoea. t

    o 10 .h.. t>x'ieth I ongr, "-. '; 'd n.ut. .Ia.1t I h 1 ('If ir\ I I.IIoran Joi. :nix mixture I"V: fun'*'is I Iscan Y I "As for Dr. Hmrtmrnn' remedy, :

    ,'r. .ttii'.d akilig 1111 nt- +iII I' nilb\ \l.HIII'.II tur.'n: Charles 'tht' Biirfatt and In ..h. tuienor ot .' I Perunm I have found It to be the :

    .'nlo.r. cat ..h"IIII,1 in Ik.IIKN rah I II ( .i.' ,'n..r. M.nh..ntlamn' and the' leif (orntlt:1/: /: at n 's' Bieri douwhUh best If not the only, reliable remedy *

    and 4"' KepublUaiiH Ol th.. nt. .vt F'lsL" 'lit.e. E.It"ard" C. Mor-ell / littr enlaigt. to 1 ii' nel i I'. irr i.: 'I lor these .ft<
    nit.nib, r- 11. hate ....i r it.d in ('III'Kr">.* MUM i \\','tiKifr F Itnrwnline s; ular HIM ) I looking arras In mole 4 many yean,
    .
    |> un o ill, t ,(' ) 'l1l11lh whlit' :. an "t ut! \ininir Jolla F. IJKJ Publu *.';.Ih"r the rues arias into. ISM.. i ia and I attribute health

    "lh.1\ nt w to tht' C" unrvim'iul tx I I..' nd' Ito-well P. IJiohjpentll, vtltet) apH-arame| due to tht. dtvelt { and my good .
    J extreme old to this ;
    perifllc. .iI 'j i, ,n .milrmittl' Thaddtus MI ) >pniipt ot numerous |>o < age remedy.

    I nofhi! i.Ii return i-ho thai the R.- \I lahunt'nr lalnm rrtvitit ve miasureii an Ih., on "+ 4 I I I "It exactly meet all my require R

    p iblii I .int. h..v". e eat..d 2I! I II l and tlie Th..n".1 fur I ih.'cc ilrnianshlp( *, 'mctlcakle' menus that cad 'r.. CM | menu. II protect me from the evil rf- c

    1), mox r .t. J tij. a Ktiibluan| major wll 1 Ion in iwxm ad Couureiw can, ploied' Ih combitlnK tomato ru "t .nl 'I edict sodden change : t It ke..p.. me In 't;

    In ol'Z Thin* ar,- two v... -< nri.y ... \ene next month. although offinal!i similar dseasts Spratlng thi' a.d. te fond appetite ; It ;give me trmzth II ""
    'lilies :n the. ......d.11t'd U II pretut keeps. my blood i*> good rlrrulallun. ( "
    "'t to b 11 1 I..d. one hH.1l1o l h'h < iy .. 11 "intuit'> tin'nt of 'ipi' |nntnienm will' i !

    .d hrh death of (.*-t. KetthaiNt cat tot Ii.. m.dnr a MB ,' Ag wane of im.ii.ure, and its Imporhlncr i.,ia)' have core to rely npon It almost en- r

    .w tot i K and he o. ht'r hi the d"p'b ttifPl 'ir>' trdPwlr: be, plac..<. the, readily. !! lip nndfrstiMM from the following Urely for the many 11 Ul* thing for "e

    of K.<. 6t. '..>.1 Hoar of Mahiu<'hu-h usuid s-luiblt rn.n'iaee to !is- a line ) one ronsld* ration which seed m. HtciD :"

    ,. 1ben the minus I III just sti, tIng '
    II I ta 1' both th ate dl tr m "When epidemics of la grippe first

    wll, 0 I.. .Republican] .. gmug li.t. I INDUSTRIAL ITEMS on the. surface bt.fore It 'I.'s entered began to make their appearance in thl 'f.

    1I"nl', .i>f 54 Hftirtd ontieur. (Ih. leaf It tan be .a lh country I warn a aoffercr from weir :.
    killed but after It has more' "nt'-,'1the '
    Ihi fill." .. glte tht Itical dt.e...
    INI (Juno;: tit! last ten years the singlepfsslurt {
    tmph I, ",,p of the next House. I Ii leaf tissue and, formed the roar io
    of sisal i filwr has
    yltllel I I In it itk "/ had severlong sieges with ;
    Stal-h !ol spot, ft Continues to grow/: inttrmill)
    0" a:
    Ab \ucntan the en. of ?:I7 <".>
    .rinoii-t um .' the
    p.m. R-I IAyt..na und enlarging/ : the spot r..0 ..h'n heleif grip. At first I did not knowthat .
    (AU Meilt-an .11\ .'r illira..
    I, I Is t-otered wlh Bordeaux mix Peruna was a remedy for
    . . II U '
    .\1..." i In Lorraine
    r.u i ti-lit .
    Arl >..s. . . .7 1I lure Bordeaux mixture U of vilueIn tS this disease. When I heard that
    monHIMI. li.lf of !SoltminUr
    ('*..li.. .la . \I 1 I- this Case. not In curing ril"lo .1-! grippe was epidemic catarrh /
    imp: F.I l I In that r.\t"on "" the honl..r'ot ,
    Colorado . . (0 :I read) formed but In preventing oih tried Peruna for la grippe and
    .,'
    rn IIIT 1111.1 I Iritno are ads
    Delaware . . (I I a er spot from Iorn.itsg.When "
    found
    It to be the
    .'I !t'IIt' lalipIn, t'ltHr! workTb Just thing.
    Florida . . . 3 t. J. the si* :!!'ing' have tv Mr. Isaac Brock 117 Years Old Last Birthday
    i N t-..nf. .lui /, In a later letter Mr Brock write
    re II III'I trla
    a :
    : :: come Infected with vast In the set il-
    Georgia . . 11 II
    owl < :s--mauy-mauy "za lll..l ru iN* 'I lift bed It is transferred with the 'xms BRIH'k. rltlxen of M. tx-n I I "I am well and feeling a. well M 1
    Idaho . . . 0 I p I I I\\C I
    I llrol . . 6 1 + "toniit a r t':ut n. s lln ''n \'I"DDaT"'I.o' Ito .be Held where It continue to do T.xu. ha lived for 117 Born before the Vmltvt Suittwtn i have for year Th only. thing that

    Indl.na. . 4 It a "irt.li'...1 l I'P!, -'' :. ,t tL.i much dmagr The rusty areas .n- ear*. For many years he resided at formtd. bother m. U my eight. If I could >et
    1 memintili 1 I., ..' '. Il. Fall oftrn 10" Saw 23 PrttUemt* .1< Iowa . . I 1 U I i s Hiietblng was large I (: and the Infection! spreads. until ; Mue eighteen mile went over farm.
    door b... the ( \\' but lire ble Pe-,".-. to* pror ctof Mot and It would do I
    Kansas . . 0 ro k morenienf II the plants are verr materlallv In- now with aoo-lo- from all DM good.. would out

    Kentuck) . . . 7 4 The niinufit.-tiir' of tiutalim one of 1 J Jbe Jurcd The rilaease I la also much I law Valley Mill-, T"KU. mcMra ot lore ctoaca.Vettnm "41'S.I. .. b* without Pinna."

    , ouls'ana . . i 0 hnnltxt mrtaa, : krunu. iut. .::eet.i harder to combat In the field! because Some time ago, 1 hy request tTncl Shod m oont when 99 Tour truly,

    o M.IH. . . 0. 4 I and bang U lion It U .... .1 1 In-iii.i; pine :, of the larger urea to be I...<- came to \\n-o and vat for his yotnU.

    MarylandMaaachusett I . . 3 :; ti.-...1 In l :,'rrntn, 1 ,T the .<;''rtlne., :: 'pra>'edI picture, holding In hU hand a sUrkmtfri : Always conqmrrd the grip with rW&MJ 4
    I II.
    . . 3 11 I pn..i>. tL- nut .. ..I I MI INmnl' 1 I :I It Is therefore highly! Important >m the grrof ueneral Andrew I. Peru-w.. #
    .n.lt-el ... 'I that the seedbeds should I be thoi i I'I J*.'k-.n. Mr IIr..k I U old i. I 'Ne.a. lit a land null at We
    , Minnesota . . I ; I firm I I. "in:* \-l I M''III via- ] i a dlgnlflfd/ Who old sg. eon e II bring with

    Mlul tHpplMlBaourt . . 8 \I I ter over ei-"i I'" "' u"" .1 "Nn MI joutch') sprmid even before am sign' "I1I1.ao..h..wlllll few nifnn, of derrepltude. tie of llOyetn.I It eatarrbaj' dlMo_. HyutemkJ catarrh

    ; . 12 t-em'r:IT f .r,i' I i r. .. it .i.' sb.i|P1, c.( the rust appears The first sprit I I I Ill* family Bible I* mill Believe h.,".-. tIN gntteit almost unlT rJ In old people Ihi*

    MontanaNeln : . : : 0 : 'I I.. tI..1; I Ii ',I'Ing' should ho done as soon is 'ihi'first preserved and ''I.*i*.w. tint th.. date of 4. remedy iroars/es. of tIN lip for taurrhtl explain why Peruna h.. become **

    "ka . . 1 -- leaf Is well( formed Iht' i Irequenc \.. I.uth. .. w.u..a UTew* .00. I IIIdlapeuable 10"1 uUI I*>PI..

    NevadaNcm . . 1 \I SCIaNC: : ;;i-Tli; : ) Of xuratlng netesMiri to .pre

    Hampshire . . 0 2 i len' milt diKnds| on conditions ot

    New JfrnetNew . . 4 6' i A BrtiOi! v ''r.t. clftur.. that the 1 weathtr and moist' un'. It should down drt'1..d In the height of fashIon .

    York . . 12 : S' eartb i.. i--r! I I.'I! it! |pruLrby: vane from twice a w evk In MERCHANTS[ AND THE[ HOME[ PAPERS and III tell ) ou everylNrd) will,
    ::
    . North l'otrolna: . . 10 \I| TI...,.. sirs.5' ei 0.1 "')'I" now Ob- ,'uncr moist. rapldtv. growing/ /: wtatber to sit up al.1 take notice \\ hBe

    North Dakota . u : a eek or once In ten dus Inns cause there Is m..lblnr about him
    taiiMtl 1 from rural I tae. ami of 'lie, *. ac lIord..a
    Ohio . . . 5 1 6 si r. pooler wtathtr gnat attract That la what we
    rordiiic to 10..111111' lte ulists. but all are'
    ,. Oregon . . 0 2 out liarniful to t:le bealth mixture of the formula :Z Hiunds ought to do dress up nir ada and !

    Pvanarlvanta . . 7 2 topper sulphite. and 3 pounds. of make them attractive It dosen'ttake r
    Rhode Island . . 1 After IUMLV ... I. iitlflc Ul-oratory trial"It i nxk lime to .U ga< :on.. of water ho"prov..n The Obligation They Owe to the Local Paper as Outlined By A. M. so much after a1.:I to attract
    U I I ba< hen pru\eO that from th. Uulb:
    South Carolina . . i \ at succesufu! as a stronger sound Just let a man take a rope and commence ,f
    South Dakota . . 0 2, 'of tile coffee lan a rood quality I I lotion Id preventing the rust See i iHulletln Foster, a Prominent Merchant of Storm Lake, Iowa, Before t to holler hang him" and he :
    lance quantity of aloobol ran lw ei 1 1J 7. page !3x of the tr':onda | I will ; .
    TennemartTexaa . . . 8 : soon have some one InterestedAnd
    i . . . 1C U J tra--ted Hrretofor* tbe bulb bat been i J Agricultural. I Experiment Station for I the Iowa Press Association. I am quite sure the editor will

    fish . . 0 1| -....... directions In making Rordeinx mixture (Ilpt the merchant holler through: the

    Vermont . . o 2! So norcemful, baa the application of i column of their paper If thty get .

    ; Virginia . . . 9 1 I the X rij-t been ID the treatment oft hpra) IOg IIf't'd-lIt.d. with Bordeaux I paid for It. Once In a while we get .r;

    ;j Washington! . . 0 3 t ihlklren ufferlnir' fmm ringworm that t 'mixture" In addition to pre'tnttng A. M Foster. a merchant of Storm ly to Christmas ''''It on them tn we get/: a little free <;
    and
    Wert Virginia! . . 0 I 5 tbe metrorx .i ns< :u... )wild. Lon rust. will also prove bemflclal, I In'' Lake Iowa recentlyread tbe following advertised toys novelties.We ,advertising/: For Instance. the Smith i.:
    the fact
    WisconsinW . . 2 \I i don. has txtn fiil.;e.1 l to tli paper but
    vomiDw' . . . II 1 1 |I the use of "ne i.f 11.. two Ins:;:-ou ( such a* "leaf mould" iCIadospunum' Association It it worth the _truaal of paper. one day I saw ,to open t factory In a certain citt l

    .- -I II, I't'IIf'rv.... Hlr .1.. ;, ,. (uIIVnumral. I and consideration of merchant every one/In with our a lot regular' of to'a.customer laRked coming her They waited patiently one' day until ;J

    Total . . 165 !21Tr I of damping off: uhlrh whi'rehtn. dusk. when' they saw a couple ofreporters
    If
    she could '
    not find what she
    !| Is due I wanted
    to certain tune and .
    : not to ,
    I I go/: by One of the
    total ol tbU. tibnlatton admits .Miele \\' In firm 1'r".hPd
    bites of insect* I I. thin subject The Duly of our toy department.1 by ''
    ) as often riU"I"'JIt'd.Ihp ]. .
    .. | out and
    Twelte ; f .
    Ih'h'; R !"lbk-an: wl'l carrv Ih..1 I tahle.Isut| in/ llqnMI leer should! be worked make I'| 'the home; Mi I 'n-haul to the I>xalPapsftniVwas Hie "said, have you a to> departmt comment fi to I ux..t ;.
    . make wL :h' dar h'r+ v.G; a teucupful up. to up at the front of the building, Me
    norms Ii he-: uhf can districts reprewried the surface noil drt and loose. and KI"n me I avowed I it Where It If I asked herIf I I I : : :
    L was soon followed! hv oth
    ".i .ib. lat, Mtiwrs. KeUbim\ hould tot uprated with an amm..nla i would not take 11-1 I never address the did not me our ad In the rs Th y
    reixirtfrs/ bask
    came and
    and Ho rNina I cal td a <'ontt.m.ou like Ihs In 111 1 1-: paixrs. and she "said she did not wanted to
    I noliitrtin ol ) Ih. )
    I I..., 'It.."........ copper carbot. I kloa whet wad the troub, .. un .r
    .. !if of the House formula torv 'but owing lo obligation!: which takeany paptrs I said to her
    e me' John Mid ." -i 1.1 1 I. "i giant.orn hit h I Is ;. nom of the pi*.n pit his hand > h .
    will t 1. i "i ...Ilea n. vt month : \- III'" '. Hi.. Ii IIH'Iies t opt". .. onj-bon. t<'. :?: pints IIr ammonIa 'niarlv' rvtrt merchant. sass to his \I)' Lood lady. if I were sol' th- ,!.) *.s as t if to Kit ill the up''i.h 1 I-

    \.h. ,, 11'\: alb Coii.rfs( ton. of 20; dfitr'-s sir."mth .lo "u cil 'i i.Ndl 1 p.ir| 1 nmstnt.dNIJW first! thing' I would. ,10II'>I.ltl l'sto ,
    i.1
    !
    m lif II ; .. I, bt and < HI an I read ,in t 'alai I .o i" I IMI "
    '". r t. il +*'s,!ion. h.,it 'UKI. hair lon of waiver. s. Hull,, tI'i i;. : thrt in always two sides go; ittr and sulMtnlx: fir "!I" and : ith .
    n in s ?< ii 1 "It'car llIn..r.rl"r'n"' i''''n'', '
    I..., 1 ,' <: I .. .. I..r I "I" 'j |..1111'- of Fond i Xi.il ,,il n'.il, ha-; !i 10 1'I'| ". -I un and I pft'-"n." *. if touis hen riid th air You wig l : I *..jtttour Turnine |1' ?
    I I.ut" tin. ,'nd: I-------------;, u..raa to the read I h -., "I I Ikn
    h 'I, ... v. I ri I. a 1.' ul :i. >-iii nt s' ,it o" r..r .1'1 '0". I ..riniaiatlon ,, .in ulltor w reto rise, uss !this nhau ri| tion mint IIn.. a m"'rod .
    tll', IH lb.sorld. f cat '
    has\rili .U II" a.is ill
    tf k ".ate of this fung. ire 01 wnnd: nIII: Ulan mot. dill led \ !th* N ,t of it is she ..lIhse.I.t, ,het', I ,. M
    I ur knew |ii u-t .ah r. .
    --t
    C 0111. ilIa, Kirn' dlclril'I.Y Ft Ir".rl '...1... 'I.'.... Ih.t,t the nienham, 0... ..,. !to the lot .ilI .\niih dill th. 1''. nhiit "..\ *.. ti' th 'm i.."ii,. 'r....u t,i. .. : .

    ;" r.tJ I, hr.jhl. R,':lUbltt ,n. it "I'd ID'' I' MM( 'r thin 1 can In f.ic* to lie the tic'il |papet| Is he puronacp It 111,101., ,
    \II. hovel I .\url|., Mtm to bite 1 I.eIjetttl ,pnr'sret I and I n* ', **' "I v
    |. ees" d t J N nlhotl. H'-PIIIltuln. him -i with ) nll.1 I b.'11. te If the QIKS his bt..n .:\lfl bt th M,. whi hit*. the SUII'h, i \1Ir'lr"'lIr", !!
    (C''I'
    The I ,
    1 tint IH mrn..l wime of bm Publisher's it "' V
    -r s-c. ..d gnvs-rnor of 'thf state I I ,?n,. airste.rMd Site duti of iheM a .11. had the onl.( 'r of ev.nts thtt no m"' quit .> in
    Doted writ.ui Ih.1"1" r.
    Dion i a i |ilmtii In a ilrtttUJ orrUion i ilong
    Gwrrgu.First dish 15'1. J \VOverstnit 1 p..r| to the h.iini m. r'hdol. I Ii nifr han can siircind without 1"r. .\ this line .. nn 'n .
    lu oue of Isis l 11'1\1'1'1I be allude* : 0an.h..r \
    in ; null gird :i great deal more lo lalk Using In ont. or an.'n..r and
    eletted of Kulu wav .
    plate IIi' dot
    I to the statue cat'lodru and intimate of he ni"*"< h at an..", rt
    V. I.*.ttter deteasedIllinois : Claimsjustained :.111..111lo.'r.. there are .nom 10 this day! and ag. of the w '.r,1 no I I.. to furnish Irish and ..
    '
    that the plea' to bun lu dream.L .. .ups n
    s awe a
    Thirteenth district' F dug s that the merchant sureli o.. csto medium, his hf i f. und. so sitilar our a1 R... stare: f. III'.1..Is "

    () I.o.den ected In place tf HOI ', Ms local 1''I'.r| or paper| and I tor)' ao tit. nawapaIN| *r to ron, ..) Information stale
    sgKa. are no ol..1 I t I. .m\l I"
    >
    1 UNITED 1al I 1\
    K.ra. area/e. STATES COURT or CLAIMS
    -I' .
    ert R Hilt. deceawd I i think first of all\ I would put good to the pub. .
    d"drlrl.{ The .Vrnl <. n*... gms question Is |
    IndianaTaclflb advrtlng but
    ( C Ht'lHuxj allrMtliat "\.In f"UI."u"r Informing are abso,utelv harmful I In'h"r I 1.-
    aa b from the Arable tise.l In orxll I
    mm
    Olllliu ,*. elected IB place (If-:' \\. 1 l na'indvnl tbomuyhl/rc-vllledlneierv. wewould alralh..r\ have tht goodwill /: : the people what ton have to ti 14 to furnish gotnl plain' ..1.I ,,
    nary oou.rrssti'ru' aDd liiterrour I ID .k I",1.and rr.llretir1" leer witfilhepun r.
    lneverri"irt of than h. Ul will\
    sell
    Gilbert resigned I I any person s I say It t 14 the duty of the isle In
    -* r copt on time Thf
    j the a.laMlna ltt.im th larger m*-n n 'it
    tbe lAtln
    eat dlfffru from
    PennavlvanlaSecond I d/atrlrt.Jn/ re a< tbe and Mtwrer requtnaaenu of aoutber geurr 'and the more Influential a person Uthi merchant and I won :d also! Instildethe know from his/ own ."

    F: Its i burn, eltcted ,In placeof" : Rob, !' Italian Tbt .ontn"hlt! I la that of lass.W' :' rf the grtater the value of his good will prnfealonal' men and mechTiilf I*'net' that when p-rso.1 ex r-
    ar* t"tbl. fvftthlng
    opinion llr-ratk
    >
    n i's'--s
    ben lrlct.1 I the liti-rio tlai*_. the ,.>.IIul.Ira.| > I jtt Why Is It that: successful .n.r.hants who hite htiilnen of their
    Adam deceased third d. t i I = ckmrlf ruiuratelf tterltw the 1 own to at once he can't Rite the nerve.. hoould ..
    IHC that of the common |101.1t"| | Hut bM b ea **'*nn| !n..l ld and the wishing lo retire from business the .
    I Ii not Imal
    patronize '
    J .
    Hampton Moore. e lea, In plan R.ulttlMith.uitvrare-iclif. of George A Castor dfx-easfd as 1M.. elAN... her Ivan tbonmcblr reeilit onl get a hundred cents on the do!- their! subscription. hut bv advortlsirg paper I bellrve Let
    New YorkEighth district Daniel !i Tkr Bl.rb.lll nr.I dln errrr detnal hi"< tern rmtnl in lar for their, goods but a bonus for as we. I If. .. heln! to bnlld ills In promptly us get our

    J Ru>rdrn eluted In place of Timothy I The lilueWtU fir I I. purely a meatfr -rr..r: ; a"d aixl lJ.liiilr. -/ r.wl'q! a'ayts.1, un its tu n d vt their good will" II (is hicsuv that up the pners Ih..y will helj i to buildup --.- -. --- J.
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    D t-uiliv.in. resigned I I nulMintlng altogether upon j lII..tautl Ynerwtiofl I.ae.h-.al which.d* ...tl!*.. ra, 1 t' 11>.(.nlranowled Infliteme or good will is artually! the roan and bring to u* increased IH Time of Pewe
    offal .ul larlnic Its In UeoomI ns. jr Irtx+.atssai worth something to their success trirt" and
    Xirglnta\ Fif h dlntnct E Nt I rftt ibattb. world h-.e.r-.ns n I. greater opportunitiesI

    wilder el'x-ted In ,,'ar.. of C.au I i posed I auimal' matter. to It the to rerfaia dk-tmnarr r....In..ur.user'n)cads a'..I UJ shot work we n ant fee :Now th're arc four things that I firmly heltrve that If a pi ice I Ngnod In the first months of th. n'I is'la.i

    V Sw .m-on res >:ned to take oflic.. ofgor i the klvhtwt wt r.Iy nvr.ry <.C di't'ot- cert.unit enter Into the building and enough for a man to lire In and Japan war we had a striking im,
    ..n o. of state I, 0.1_.... INs and that In live f Itnre..Ittlwpsl It making of. a .1I..r..rll' city or town to make his money In It Is g r".1! pie of the r
    I 1 I aMl ils tan awns of ,rnatan n f: n e I ltv f >r pr. peratIon, ,
    \\' ,,'''n*
    rf II! I' Matr*. de t.. .eu brulI'lo" Rome I>T the Fmpenir l'1t1l.I: 'nHvvrLr o.i < hnrrhes w hnils. newspapers: and 11 be h.. an editor. merchant farmeror whu so to speak hate sh. ng:'"."d .
    1 L. dm tt> sene lu the l J.IH1 'I:AV merchants I would' not lo !tlvt. antbodt else
    Th. ) ovine' corn hiss b t n elt' t imperial trodyprun I rr T.< < /.nt"'t care "some merchants their ronti In dry weithfr I I" .

    .4 to Pit sixtieth Corgrens who art 1. win nine feet nlue lulu blM'h.I I CHAKIXI In n loan where iliher was a minus have told me then ,', >n't "..Urtr( [>eople virtue of preparation hu nnd. In, .

    ot n ,'n' I. -v of thi, r.TFtr juartltv '..'...klnE at It from the read their ads rr th"v don't Wry and girt: :n to us oir ur e---r

    :0\ ..1 I seat*. In n.m.fomgr, t' .11. .\ir MU lu Kulue INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY stcular point "f vliw there are no : .' that nt v. get : it h'n..n.:1': 'n11 Tuf 'luivuliial/ .is v" ''I I is thmt i

    r..ah two thanes that cm build Up the s>ir>|"o>w tnthe sake of I rgument can should" b. |Ir, r d f .r
    i f ferns
    R f' (l'.idw. "' TIP D.n4rtl.. town It' ihi, newspaper and the mgrchant don .. : : : : If.
    a"dI R Ftesir' THE GRAND I I people read som ads'hn. rg ni v Xr .1 r I t
    'V.. is of 111 nut'C A rood t ,tii*' to fitt' 'rtuiUHte tbe dan PRIZEt In fact the ronitnenl.il lifeof f'.ut Is It ghee .
    xr I1 .!.. Ktn .fBehk.li. ta-a" vr.. irvt ..... i new'pit>* rsNot sue --f., ) com1. th.. fl <. ,I i itik
    lie i p I 10:1':i .in. of Mtr l I' prl rv lU I Lnu l I. m the autumn It cannot be tivfuJal IM >% ... ..Ut. ". I I. ,..... tht' town .1"p"n.l. .almost entire n.nch It I Is the man !tr.'hind 'he at\ .. X cold' "'in lie r'I: I ii., ,

    latu iL nd Ro'erl I L-n 'r. P n.tnati dour I.) ,1':11"11: "I'| the |plant! for It l I. It on h. m Th,'r* fon' th rf'jat.n",, leIs l a re.-'eves-"ton|" fir th*' ''Ib- m.,-' qt'.il\" wh. n t .1| ..

    . if Missouri, G V !'I I h. hu/)".ssi', ..It. ti istmt. all of the riot, GET THE LATEST AM PESJ t h, 'Tin them >h: "lid b' \ i IV can ::1r not to reid an Ping!: hat i i' Int.rnr'rs as It hi'. I.....n to'. -r'.1| !

    orV OOm..r t of.hr": ,k TC i, ;0 11,1 I 1..r, on tw ii e aa 111117 11 iut WI: : rll il 1 Po'rt.J1"t|' to ror.. .1 t h.> '. rni I u ...

    .. 'un Itiith thermos r.' of \. >. .1. i 'pr .,. ui, Hi.., tf i say in I.> |I'-' mre 1' m.trill" tr::fr::;''.
    nf r tn,'tin Marrlson si: 1 Inn .. -,ill i. :",II ar .'. i,1 I ant 1 'solo the ce.. + rirvtn oo ",. ;, .." .".." ., I' .,.. I ", '., .

    J Hlord"n DemxTiiti-ofN. w i ". : 11 1 ,>' ii- | ...I'I it a d in a few days It C-&C.MSP9A4CO, r.a.ar.wr_ n ', I" r" ." .. -. ',n.1 .. .. .. ." i' .t..tf'o\ ,. h t '

    : \X P Crawford, Dei: ,vr I ..f', .. .11 die I,, Puaiit, tai .w. t..n' \ .1

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    BIGHT PACES THE MIAMI MKTROPOU8. FRIO.'''. NOVEMBER M. MM PACK FTVB :

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    0 ouse I'i\I our goods popular Twelfth Srccet Mi.ml. Florida our goods popular.

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    : To Repair Key Ib-sorl |i Extending; Royal I'alm Dock ,/ WlM.1\'rl I LIB i.

    .J \.. Brady. Muller: A Mann contractor. : Brady Muller' ft Mann .contractor LEGAL PAPERS FILED )1)1'ananlY (
    )
    : lire now preparing the ork of rebuilding are now engaged In building: a stone ( Met l *..t-rtUy .\h......... acid Held ,

    : and repairing: the houses bulkhead rest from the K<>) al I'a m lalrrsafing semtoa
    : and ducks at Soldier Key and makingthe doikhoune.. to the Semlno' Club I ,I
    ltrSollillllt't.! llOftS \\ deed R C. Tasker toM
    1 J place ready for uv the coming dock. preparatory to extending the From l)itlt :\to tmpolU. :Nov :0The +
    : M Penno. for t:iO. lot 14 Delray 1,1
    eaion I dot k along that part of th ricerfront Woman Club met at li* reguUr y

    i The> expect to hate the dock'" Warranty deed Sam 8. Thorpe hour yesterday In the club rom '

    I I If you mint to make cure crop completed and r 'adt for use l by the ind wife to R C. Tasker for II aad enjotej an Interesting session
    I
    > I''une. the Skinner Irrigation h> tmHeller middle of next month :he eastern lot 11. l>elra\ At roll.tall each member responded

    Mayor John Sewell Intends takIng :Mrs W H, llalnlln. Mr*. Miry and cheaper than BheddmK for I, portion of It readv being well on I Warrant deed Fort Dallas Ijinn by the nutof a new book and Its i

    I ID ih State Fair at Tampa \\icko and Maw Flair l Hatnllp hate pineapple H. 8. P.'nn..cl.l'V". th v wa> !lo romp'e'lon ('0. 10 John n'd..n for fight, south author a ,opt of the book !o t...

    gone lo (;."OrKI.na on a ten .ias tune Flu t half lot I. bl< ('k 5. Kurt Lauderdale added to 'th. MbrirvMrsJ

    Mr Iron Heth of Grand Rapid visit :I J'Ou want fertilisers consult J. K.Lummus Warrant) deed John Uolden to.lohn : II F :M 'ill.-tt read a .,en-

    Mich his acctpied! a position with I Soother Miirtar MlxrrKxtennlon : agin for the old reliable M law for $ Sits south botf! lot did pap.r on st "Patrick In the atvnence a

    Mr F M. loan IK bat lag: his reaIdent. mnrknien al the terminal I I. bliNk f. tort Lauderdale of the ...r..ld..nl.In J. B
    light CompanyMisr
    :1.
    the II
    r n Bradley goods. I
    ... ou llth Btr..' renovated andimproved yard fire engaged In rrwtlne the 0111- I I __ :Mortgage: dt-ed Mattle: \ lleyrid Frederick who I* attending the reinvention -
    In lor the rimming mortar
    preparation! husband lo t S. :Newromh foitl l
    attach -
    ,,, Is
    :M? U m llton a new '
    .. F. Iterc < onilclttlTwilte :Jire W W
    "Iott' mixing plant The barge::; has Farij presided -
    oI: b. \\ .1. Lturdinelllse dry r r. r A) 1.i'''n. north half lots 1 and :. block i itt
    txen completed sad tilt men are caws win tried In the municlpal H north. ViimlV.'l
    (oo,it d. i p.' "in. lit 'th< h'I )
    inns i 1.< nm sess'on the
    the nnrhlneriboird \1"n.I uutug, regular : -
    Mr Uil;1 lent the well knownbarker putting | i iiirt i> ini : .. of IIo'n. Cliof \\.jt Pan .
    to and an x>on as completed will bp'H..pd .that if I L f "Iorr. charged with : roiinre sde gone id:on \h with 1,
    wa a 1'.III.r going licuoh to Mrs tuna Gardner1Vtnante
    Ai,? Adniote has aeccpteupoettlot '' :Mr \ I Knit chairman
    of ekeent.rta.rmnu
    Kt'> \\.si ou for I steimer Miami lastnt.ht. to the keys and wt to mork vadranry::: and conlinut ;rom xnui .
    eichi.r of t the HurdineMrs d. t d. llakon" Riecnel to {'
    'Ii eommit'eemade
    mixing: mortar and r ment for the day rooming: Pierce had It."r..ul a report
    +;1 Jt Qu.rt ,1\1I..n e "'ebtieh lltrat concrete pier and bridge\ .ork ..d himself ea a detective. but the tarthe i Mlwrt. F: Burden for | <3; j gg. ij:>> of the fund rec-ived from "Ji>-

    Mritian X Rutherford manager -I i produced .ur..nr. : .ridsitii to .i< rex I In ,"'lIon 341 tp Ji: south. ah* Courtship." and which, aildt,
    lliuh Bnnton leftenterday range::: 43 east1Varranty materially to the hank
    of the Z."f.ulIIl..r I Co. htreh ; Money to ban on Improved property the conti irlo warrant the court in account of the
    for Vest! I ilm lleath to join Mr lmtasmg a fire of flu and cot or ,id..fred Riley and I trea urt' Also plan were iii rad ....
    <3 I'' to :Naranja ou busluesi ecuuecitil |
    < K1 12. 8. Amiden. Coocunt Grovo.Water
    i Brlalon .h" scot up last week slut! the compan) s null In- |I __ 160 da).*. Itnpriaonnit. The other (' X lichen trod wife to O T Klin for the library; and reading room

    tereetr there casts! ionl-i Ied! of fighting:. drunk nil for 11.j'lu:; seven and on.-h..1f for the winter season 1,
    Mr \nd rein brother of :Mrs J. I j and Light Outfit and disorderly Indfcent xpoxun 01 I uris In ration 4. tp 3t. 'Kh.raolt
    "W Harla'. ha arrived In the city | I The cleaner Miami hlch arrived 41 east I.vs-p.risg I'ur ('nmml.sboa !
    I"'nd..d.dl.-
    leasing::; team
    Mr R. T. Dime' owner of theDiiiiil I..r..n.
    lad at spud he winter wiih Mr.i,,1 b 0and other proper in brought from the former place set- orderly conduct and using: profane \\ arrantdeed. Edith M. Richmond The an,,ll'nry yacht ltnekevens 0- i

    and Mr 11.1 n I'-r this i itt r.turntd laic night f"jin ; dynamos, tanks. etc for
    Blicn-i his nrrthern hone. and will be heie bonds ertreattd and fines \1I1.g.l-; : quarter of northeast quarter towed from her berth tip the f
    )Ir I E: 1 .'1.'r"III'Jf'f.: i i until att' pring I Mr.V. J. :Mathenon. of Co'i>aniiiGrove inn | 41 were !Impo..d.| stttion 36. tp ;33: south range :Miami' river lo a berth alongxtd*,
    lie :N 1' but a smut r.ld"nt I The machinery U to mm 39 ..aol. the Tuttle bulkhmd where she Is

    and Ian::: "r"l..r[ t o" nrr In :\118101.1 I Dr James Tail wh. will\ shortly ::1., .>.... part of a thorough!': and completewater Aetna dynamite and luppllea for :Notice: of \lien city of West Palm being: r..?otatid and perpared f.r {
    ,
    returned !thin morninz: for the { and eJ..trlct'm \ Ilrh MrMalhenon the
    (teach to owners of lot IT. block 11aranM winter UM! of her owner
    Ir..lurn to :}:tami. is having his reslldence Intall his sale by Lnmmui A 8.welL
    to at .
    proper \\ de< d. J. W !rlckson and
    the Glade roadpainttd
    Mr S B Pullman of the Miami : on Orange made fitsbs 'magnificent' mlnttr home there U wife to Jane Feiztr fur S5. part Profit on the farm In Dadconn- C.
    and
    Ste.,m laundry has gone to Htmlm arfllog.ru..nla .I'Ibt> carried d
    axe and I gimps on IIURIOVRI He '' ill I coming Misers \\ lI..on it lluddienton fish I of east ha'f of northwest quarter most Ignorant need not fall. If tie t
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    be absent auout a ffk Capt and Mrs Gladnln regularwinter 'I' exporters! are now fitting 1 : out a of section 36 tp.3: south.range: same amount of labor and planlnxIs

    I visitors and n-I I Bradley fertilizer are tile beat schooner fleet to lie tent to the marn- II east expended on the soil In this ee- t
    to property o" t
    Chief Knglneer; J C !Meredith ol ers In Miami hate returned for for tale by J. B. Lummus, Miami erel rounds. on the lower coast anu Warranty deed: JV Erlckson ion that Is put In the ground In -

    the FEe Rall..a" rxtration ork th"l this morning. had the smack Oweohauled and situto T N. Gautier for |Ito' Indiana or Illinois the profit of each
    season mid are being greeted j
    U 5fr on a roar of the o;"rations in out for .examination itb a certain land In section 3C. tp. 53 ere 11'11lib\ ow that ten acres acre f;
    friends and
    thykers. and ia now at Key West acquaintances I I Japaae Court Mere view of purchasing. If she comes up south. range 41 east I ta ** valuable a* 100 acre there S

    I I Count M. Oukldalra. of Japan, arrived to the condition expected Another I Why; are there failure
    Warranty deed Lucy D. Cronk so many
    Mr halter C Grlfflng. memberof I
    a
    Tate Porter on of Dr. J. Y. For- the Grilling Bros. Nursery Co.. ; In the city this morning to schooner smack has already b eL :and husband to Alice B. Pennock for here them Because there I I. too ;;

    let State Health offlcxt' pa''*ea with headquarter at MacClenny. I.. ,'transact some bnalnena matters The purchased and sent to the grounds 15 lot 1, block 1. Crook' plat of II much gambling: done. A man with \t
    through; the city Saturday en route count has invested heavl'y In and The company with others has a large: Neptune 1100, will put In three to five acre
    business visitor to this I< to his home In Key West from Jack around Delray abd \\yman with a number of1Ib..1\ crew out but all Deed : Model Land Co.. to W MHampton tt tomatoes and expert to clear it
    I I. .."-odlng the week with his r
    onrille\ .. A. )I. Grlfflng ykto starting plantation.. He has of them are meeting with poor sue for 173: five acre In &-"C- tl .SOO on It. He has been so sure

    I. juat returned from Japan after ': pens and they are preparing to go into lon 1. tp 4:$ south. range 4! cast that be will\ make a big crop and get ;

    Rev Bpence mho mlth his ,'lfesrtBteTt spending several months there preparatory -' the outside fishing where all of Warranty deed ; Daisy E. I.yina K good: price for It that he will\ not
    Poor eed. make
    poor crop
    at their beautiful borne place poor to starling the plantations the mackerel. I catcher hate been iuad ..t ux te John M Hassell for $2&il. plant anything: else He buy the
    Good need.
    IB Buena Vista returns from Ho- I man. big crop mite In this county He U a young mar feed for the horse aid canned goods 1u-
    .1 bank R F. Co. '
    account Hole ft
    oken. N J the latter part of this about twenty-six years of age and range 43 easttarranty ifor[ the family because It take too

    reek I hat an American college education. | ;;:;ftjn..u much time. and some one has told
    deliveredor
    )Ira E X Russell th" well knownproprietress Order a are deed. Jnt C.GIford! and (I I
    I wife to John Craig fur $;UI1. :: Sicres him that be cant ral_ snrthlng:
    of the M.aneapo'Is hotelnamed : shipped to yon by Ute Miami Bott. (
    Miss Pear Sinclair. of the blocu- WuBlackmaa PHaewA [ here when he shojld k*
    PI!
    In Elliott
    for her home city. wl'' reach Miami n Key Tropical :m i : : f'd
    ling Works Mfgh.. B putting'
    Ion d,i>.,rtm.-nt of the Coneratoryof | short time ago Mr t:. V Blackman :- tatlon Ci lonrMortgage la for the house. .
    Miami this week and the hotelon .
    open
    Must, if located at the home of Thanksgiving" ::: day. Mrs Russell offered the Junior and senior : deed, A G KeUel: .t u\ 'Ilf he should have a crop of tomatoes
    Mrs C H Bradley on Twelfth. I | classes of the Miami High School a HJUt'IOH. Call to Dade Count State Hank. he 11'11bnal\ a load of tomatoes ,
    has her fortuerhome
    the at
    client| sunnier I: Mr Hollo Davis, of Cocoanut ''to town and load of for the .:
    street' In little of three do:lars for the best Mortgage!': deed LN Grlffln to a bay
    I Minneapolis essay on Miami. The essays were Grove Is reported to have had a ver) ; I Irene C -Smith I(I horse back home again: There I II the i'i

    The friend of Miss Irl'Dl'I Valli\ Dr. It. C. :So.-Ih.nod. of Evan submitted to Dr Furls. Dr Stanton I narrow tscipe from droll nlDg last: Chattel Mortgage, P. C. Cox tot fault he doe not save the thing ...

    will be glad to know that she will and Dr. Love. mho awarded the lint Sunday afternoonith a party ot : C. Jom there are ltI7n-d Hay can be had ;
    ton II'.. who became enamored of i' : :: 12
    and 'friends he was In swimming. wbeu for the one will !
    return to Miami on January 1st mire" to Minn Jewel H. BUnton :Mortgage; deed : Edmund Rodgers crop pay
    recnrne her former position a* assistant our here city He two brought years hi ago One I I. enroute launch and the second prize to Mitt Grace of them, \\IHie' Ellis, appirrnt and wife and J. :N Netlej to Edward |Ifor all the machinery that I Is needed a-
    ynl'KO
    trimmer In the Burdlne *: Quar- :Myrtle to Jacksonville by freight, IF.1 Jarrett both of the junior claw be> ond bin depth Mr Davis C. Romfh for U: 5. fifteen acre I.. I to put It up lth. Get a McCcrmlck .'

    terman ml 11 ner)' shop.a The essays .11be\ published\ In the went to his rescue but In doing so range mower and a ny peese andmake
    I section 33; tp 4$ south 42
    and will\ sail her to this spendIng -
    port
    \ of the that will
    ,i HomeseekerCaptalB was stank and weakened h) a heavy as much hay

    Mr J J Griffin 1* again In Ml- ', the winter-here I 'a.and It was by th, greatest: and almost eastModel Land Co to Joseph W Neely come from the crop after the toraa- a ,'.

    time withfaml'y I I efforts that he Itoet are gathered a* wa made from ;!
    amt having spent some HanloB Here superhuman san ..
    The Ideal has added to the seasons for 14 S. three acres In section 35
    I. In Bainbridge, Ga.. ana Capt. P. H Hanlon, superintendlent able to get back to a safe d<'pthlllle tp Is south range 4- east them ,
    extra employees. Mr* Wood. 01New
    'rw Smvrna. this season Both Mi York mlllner saleswoman Mia of the P. *: O S. S. Line withheadquarters \\ t\IIs.\ was not as much In..apa.lal4'd O""d.Ind..1: Land Co to Edmund Buy Field\ Fence end raise your i

    sad Mr*. Griffin were 111\ while away.ale ; ( In Keyest. Is among .. as had been thought and iSO. in meat and have money coming la '1
    Jeffrie. a* cashier and Mia Jones Rodgers for' ten acre sec
    come to settle some busienns aflaJr reached land sale'y those on the from that. We..II1.sell von the r
    In the | lion 35. tp 4H. range 42 east
    a* preparer trimming departnienL -
    In the city hay-ing shore being powerless! to render ..- Farm Machinery and give yon easy
    and Miss Bell Major, of New | !: Model Land Co to J. W :Neeleyfor *
    Il'r Miami. While here. Distance until the young men baa arms on It.
    Hanlon
    York as saleswoman { Capt 114 %5.1.0 acres In section 3aIp .
    Senator and Mi** Corson" of Hoi "'III\ make preparations for rebuildingthe I gotten near the land. I 4S. south range: 42 emtWarranty I MIAMI HARDWARE: COMPACT .

    [.70... Mass arrived In Miami on Sat- rim ot toe season UU grown beacons In the ship channel thatere deed E. B. Lent and I We want your Money t

    | fvrday to spend their Brst winter sea.too bean need just received R F. damaged; or destroyed in the I Iclors ex..III..I".ly.! hol.-n.ile Phoebe A. Lent to J. N Lumicua .

    here and are pleasantly I located Hovle A Co. I recent hurricane. and transact other and r..taLI.1..lrollOlilan: Talking l: for |.i. OU and other considerations. THE RACKET(} STORE ';

    |-G. llth street, The Senator brought |business matters pertaining. to the interest I I Machine Co Jacksonville. ( la. certain land bordering Sixteenth St

    With him his automobile and 1 I. prepared Th..rp11\ be a Program; Socialon of the line He will\ probably Agents: wanted and :Miami River tr:

    | to make the stay one to be re- next Thursday night at the r.Id..ocl' ..*- be here several day.. going: from I I \\arrant deed J. :N I.ummus .
    ushered here to Jacksonville before returning \ <%>ll.Ttlnnt< ite;
    E'I.
    of Mrs L. White on Sib and wife to E B I.-nl for flOU and
    to \Wst Mr J S Murph: of Ruffilo. Is The Place
    -trett under the autpUes of the Aid : Key pnsI other considerations half Intercut
    Mr ind Mrs J.P. SsmtPll havegetting ''I I,It .t and of the Miin'u, .
    i treaminr
    of iii.Baptist Chunh. .bil'b1\\ !In ot ... Mix I k 13x north Miami I
    krp ii norm days !': !': locatednt ....-.l IIIWrIM tur'ri' ""n,1 Trlld..u' t''mn.r.,1It. VVuininu dtd ro.1 jla M l.um a
    cTurd a d. !ifchtful. w :"Y to s|>ondThankHglting !;
    t IB belt h ,nds.,>ni.'' i .. hortie on SM'T. I Mr R. R Elnlg the well known \ no toe arrived In th.. cl' \ .ind
    : .
    "'mnl(. Adnimsiocin run-, and 1 hn-l' mil to E); II I Lent! tar -
    [ Mb K Mr SI\.I..IIf./ 'Iegtnwork :; o"r: ,' : ihi SO.I:1 !t. Mine i iII
    cunitiVr ,garageman: on Sib street had his will upon| n i SI l Iut. mil of.r c .is, 'dt'ritionn ,it..
    In''h' r.,1.. n.In the spring. ,, right!,: arm broken just above tb>. : c''iiuliiftlij a i.. nt ra: .'tins' 'i:, time'k" 111 north' MlitniI .

    |and dmoorupi C 'h. iiiinni.r month baa end :Mr lR D iilaa: mnd \- ;: arid 1 on :Monday while rhanklng" _'u'nrt Th.. Hanafecrltrir.nd. : Tr ,,,1- I I' ---- i n.ak... ".. ilfTi-ntu.' what yoiitin

    ( d !I.. \11 >nea|>oIiB kdjoiulnic Tu an automobile In his garage i'r_ Cjnin'r<' il V::in \ I"i ,n.l irI -- I I to out \\ .. ,h. tt. It. tail ..>..1.1I !
    on < H4li\' to th ir n.s hone atIlii. I you are going pay your .
    Its 1'1'1'Jlr .'na Vote Th"t RO, lo and fro i Mr Elnlg; It appears. was cl,'in'nn! .1 I l.ih.. rrhant- \SVK-I. .II..n.| n.. good money for a machine' why not I', ...-. n.. II n .hoiilO lmi.n, or

    from th.-ir s,or. The 1-1.1 In ; up the anto of :Mr G. I) HrossUr the 'I"n h ht r. i U t.> b.. mid, ; (pern' iunt IXet the! best Other make are good I hose cot whit you Mint. Mel.) .
    G F: K he\al I. of BernItll'e Ir' In lit.'' HIM I i| and| \I|| ht
    ,th>.ir au'omobile and find a r'enir' and had occasion to crank It Thtngine Mr Muri h\ changing: hiIn idmi bite we claim for the STANDARD all ) p tt
    V wil, ..n.In the, city InIB .. glad of tin<. ?plsrnnll'I tu anl ..
    the i )
    ani tliterxlon\ In tht. flfuen trlluiessprint : fused to work and ktrked'hack ri.rs to Mali! mil giving the good qualities of other and many ) ) u

    few d: shin ht will enter thelrnp'oy rums four and six times a ;: the crank striking him m the 1 bn, ,,tn,,-.. his Mronil| : Hil.nl Ins Th.. adJIUooal one If you really want J

    "i :Mi .I I II Cheatham at dat wrtFt and fracturing the bone mourn opt'rate In man clil.'-i in the best machine made< cat! OB ni

    ills aril known hilwrdflfh.r) on Ave- I The Injury was dressed by DnoIJ.tkllOn the cointr and U condiirie.l on ..
    or let n* call on yon. and we will:! tell
    { ... D Mt T :S Gautier Jr has Copt lbtrthitman and wife. and Granting and while In *irlit'' hiiKinemi has,s a nie'rhant )r bout them. -

    I returned from college In New York of :New lork hate arrived In thecity ', no nun tier serious will\ force him i<. firm to seciin tin *, rests in <.ol,e<-. i
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    a 4.\1) ,ic In I.ikt up his position and .11"Pf'nd\ the winter hereAt take a lay off and do some nursing : lions ftc first having to b'rom a \'rl')" large ltcatnliirator :

    ah Mr Cheithnmlet present th.'r are located at It... ; for the next two or three week. nbiKTiblng: m..ml..r to the cams A very I.rK" steam Ir .rllnn ..,ca- W. H. Chaille & SonIMn.ll.l

    San Carlos Hotel Capt \\'hitmsnIs i \ I.l ld.traiktd. In the ttrmmil

    owner of the steamer Cyntoia. tard I'' i I. fin, est>'nfion track gradIng .
    one of our catalogs of IsevythlatEsrrtbing :
    which I Ik to take up a freight; and and will le l .irrl.il in tht. .k. ) i
    : : bid <(<'II"'rUll
    passenger run via the key from Miami "Jumbo Jim"FOR Ibt IIKh!. r It i I. one of the most :

    giving prices on to Key. West I |K>....rtul I machines of the kind etetiwHn I

    a I here Avenue D. Rhone 113 .

    Manr; of the irltate launch In

    use here during the season and I ;
    THE BENEFIT OF
    hlrh hate been hanled out and protPrlpd I
    I
    from the meather duriiif the !

    Magazine"Subscription ru-ipmer month. are now being prepared I

    vise of and their put owners back In the When water all artout for Miami High School Athletic Club FOR SALE! .1 I


    they form quite an Imposing
    fleet. I 1



    '|For a GoodInvestment s I AUDITORIUM A Money-Making Business j




    Combination! offers :Tuesday Nov. 27 I On account of poor health will sell my squab breeding

    Or a home, the old relia- Evening plant, about 200 pair fine breeders wire for flying pens, .

    ble Homeseekers Agency bath pans, nappies nests: Ml for less than 1.2 of what '

    214 Avenue D, between2nd I I they cost. The birds will cover the cost of the outfit in

    and Third Streets, is General admission 25c. Reserved Seats 35c. less than 3 months. Favorable terms to ponsir'c. :

    STRICTLY RELIABLE. !' Tickets on: sale at Blscayne and Red Cross Pharmacies parties.sale at low Fine pric black s. Call Minorca or aJdress pullets and cockerels for



    C. C. CarrollMiami. JAS.0001Q, Jr., Pompano,

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    SAG SIX THE MUMI MFTROPOIJg. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2S: IJKXJ EIGHT rAGa ;tTHANKSGIVING

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    AND CHRISTMAS I I I TiRfDOF HISFREQUENT Florida East Coast Railway* "


    EchoesFrom 'I Local! Time Girt Nest 61. 1 II Effect September li 'IK*. r 'V,

    : OUTMBOUMD-tfJAO' DOWN' nowTmiMhl.egAD' r. j .
    VISITS -====c.-"" _J_ ===- ,

    GOWNS FOR THE FAIR SEX I :.: .:.71 I sT.trn\a ___ .I I:..:: l I -; SI i'.

    TOO. Ai Cr J.e1.'n.llt. 1, ; :'t. t -1 vast
    Downon I Yp. 1 a.. ::. Muth Jaea..mille L. tryst a 1estT
    _Ost to _.. .. .. .. -L t.gu.uue s I.".. I 7IA..

    the Farm Jt'INaI.ft.: : ..... IN MlMdPlLl.I : =:: u =: : .. .. ... taut ais-iiti P.I.tta a t ::.,ps Pst I : :est (


    The Styles, Colors and Effects For the Season's Wear': OH KT. "s' .:'M s WM.IU'\Trlt: TO lYp Yp.- l7 U ail sew.-it-; .1-sla.ks P.I.tk1 L.I At' kty.Ope I: -S I.aaT vast .

    i 1fist .... .. err .. ten Maim L. I'I Liu
    and DiscussedSpecialAttention Fine tedders dou make fine cball Tin: XilNTi UTHOIUTIKS KOH j -.S ... ..Lr 'as M.'s Ar Hp. I ..,. .
    Intelligently Interestingly bird I I I Twp. U.pm t. l uelh. A' Tal. '
    U. Me. If Op. .. ..:..pua .::: I : n.: a aveea :
    Till \S 110MMON I..r\ ..\11"
    Then a roman vetps. dtr man ,, .
    Will Be Paid to Evening Costumes Ypno i u_ 'rere'ad 1""As 'I S 5aw
    creeps i ...... 1 isp.-I .. .. . r"7\1.n. 3 "'... a avast j j ,
    I I Ie U_ 1 .... .. .. ... .. I'?" ..,..... 3 'p. a asst I,.
    iinatlc asslllms lust not as full aadhcy __w.i.L flopa A' few '..,,.. 15p. I I ...
    should be. 11 lire 1wp. A".. --- I..h 11.1.5 ; I ....... -I U- 11
    ) u-. 1 ts.. ... ot.a..guy :.1': es I, I aqaUerr.
    Vrwork.. NOT 18 As the holiday )- 1 tucked chiffon was used for the high I A fjnill Iss "known' by dbelr clothesline From Daly1..lro, : (>oII.. XOo I .. Ie',. I I OiittilyJus.'i.n ; "'r.I I j,,,,

    seiison both for ThankuKitlnt, Handing collar and tucked.. with It-' on wash day I Having failed by fine and jail sentenre 'IeU /apli bpi f-i ............ \,w i ...,.. "ys r :
    tie ruffles of lace on each aide of tape ..... ... ...... .. ,..t hill .L, ..- j 1 ttstU : .
    and Christmas dnre upon us. Iff der Eferglades I lea a sponge. to effect a change for the bet.her. Ii 1 tevy.err .. Tno.llie ? o'ps 1 Ir.Btea. .. ,
    |front band Tbe fitted bodice j and tiring of having to deal with .... ... I
    its cake
    thf'I.I. vhy a sponge/: so dryIt's i e Ii 11 star 111j
    t
    ones Is turned to taosegowns = =
    sttention ti': ::
    a band of velvet brocade and p. him Bill Hunter a dlsreputab eand I asps 11 :.. Itr I S VIPs I In ews
    that belong to the more test li mentrle to outline the tucker a long automobile road witch almost habitually drunk white YM -. : G.-------:-.- TlI"UIa. .. Ar l/Wo". i awl
    don't half no bumps by golUneasy : ly. b Ibast I "''. .... .. ........ t Gros L. I...... 1 a.Y .
    tin ocqasions. the evening dress. rounded shape. below which fell a I man. was this morning sent to the 1 .._ .. .... .. .. R..t....... .. I :vest I Isr ,
    of that I'double' bertha The bertha as a lies der head vluh bass county authorities by Judge Sanders .- ... ... .. ran ...III. 1': r,. I 1 Qas _

    for there are many us home are to I: drapery passed over the shoulder' been oud all night mitt der bo>s. J In the municipal court to be handled I list Sr. : = : :::'.: "::'.:::.. -'::::= :n:::: ,1 :=. i,

    planning a little journey or white the sleeve Itself had a full puffat I' It doesn" alvays mean dot. man and dealt with as a common drunk I -- ..... .. ...... Ft lAde .. .. .. N Etas 1., raa I .' .-
    see some fnendi for the season ol the top ornamented with and applied Iss thinking when he scratches his : = : taste : Toet Pin.. was .
    ard. 11 ::: :::::::::::: .T1n1.N :: : n =
    good cheer |l lKjr In V outline across the puff I head For the past several months Hunter ... 1Yp. ................. 14_... -- I'L_ I 11 met. (

    the evening: dress there are i and the cuff are formed of white Dhert I IM !lob of places There stockIngs has given: the po'ice and municipal I = I ::: : :::.::::.::::::' : Mme: .. : b le, bast. It t. = ::

    such numbers of silky diaphanous | i moire band of passementrle and look better than on der clothe court authorities a great deal of sera ''' .............. ..Ro...so.ed a .... : N ... )

    material on the counters that one jt tucked chiffon A broad draped girdle line. trouble by his continuous appearanceon : == : == : .:::::::::::.:w.wwuJ.pn.t. 1'.I. .Mrs.. i : oast p I a: = .
    of white moire had two rows orvelvet ............. .
    Is ptttsled to decide which one to S Sltpst .5in'usu. tst ._
    fabric'' around the bottom coveredwith A fool and That cash be has got Is charges of drunkenesa Each e .... assp' .... ...... .. .. WI... 1 I s met.
    The silk
    choose from. pure soon dlscon'lected from each udder time he would plead for mercy and Y" Pal ',' "' .j
    are all tbe;r near re.aUons tbat havea pssaementrie togedder: promise. If given: a chance to reform. lust : == : :::::::::::::: t'uta' y---------: ; :t::: !t =

    silk mixture and finish that are extremely A dress that employed the popular Then a nan goes In politics he such opportunities were accorded ; .. N :: --: ( : : Pam I/p.. .
    popular for evening dresses || |fashion of bias folds was constructed him bat without result Leu than j ; ; t : ::7 u L fast j sip. ::
    ,, he
    Iss alv guilty untill Iss
    Some of those most .appropriate j[ i from green silk Tolle The upper uddervisa>a \prove. two week ago he was given a chance a... ::..:.. u .. .. t.. '!'L1;: Fj.a.IN .

    tbe new pompadour printed crepe |part of the skirt was an eleven gored to reform but will was weaker than
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    silk voiles. plaited crepes figured model with each gore outlined with Vomens vant but fiddle here below the thirst, and he was taken In again: LA..fan Oft tftl..SJ .... 7'- MMelwps. .n.;.. uais- Nand! M"- }

    chiffon. and fancy grenadines a narrow bias band of the asm materlal but dhey not H below cot last night beastly drunk. a Daily .awple.'Mal. __ _. .
    made over a chast der same 1i.ifl 1- -- i1 irattoeaf i--- .
    A pink grenadine up At the knee a straight I
    Hunter Is a man above the averageIn : .. .. ... II ....., 1It ... ... n .
    .
    pink silk lining was developed by avery flounce of moderate properties was Dher Iss more rejoicing ofer der ..., I r ".ItCII. : w4 .. .,
    and "
    Intelligence was a candidatefor = s
    graceful design: that Is wet, ,attached under a bias and the flounce ,|capture of van skinner than Iff nine / I... =" 4df
    In the late
    constable primaries, -
    adapted for all soft materials and Is |' was dt'COratt'dIth squares of the' ty-nine vas honest ii;:; I. .... ,S ISy'wss, ; b. Jrs..I I>I Ir Ar -i. .m t 17 .. i II.,. "
    especially becoming: to tbe tall ..1f'0d..r i |bias bands The bodice was made ) Der dlffrunce betveen a vomanand receiving a flattering Tote though: f ....,,1. .... ..... away 'haul Jseaws.lla 1. --s 17 tip. 121_ -,
    defeated I.. .. 111.. a nw.l I'1.. ....... 1 .. .
    .
    .. I I.w.: i
    woman A body lining super-ti with a smoi'bly fitted shl-.4 .. .., .. .
    ] shaped. ) a cow las dot a cow don Tear A number of other eases received 1..1. 1 1 Ham Ail..ttt -, t'"''II" II Iy. a 1
    the full backs and fronts tuck in front and back of sal over "I high heeled slippers Mast 1 llp1D1 N _. A' .)1.".." Lr I Caw II asst I... .
    he attention of Judge Sanders In -
    shirred the shoulders and the i,chiffon under-bodi =
    on The phKldi '
    i| I Man goes oud off der vorld mitt a the municipal court this morning
    rsaxauu AM KOPECTA! snuisiir
    open space at the front and back i i was cut In square "nup; and finished CONMCTICNS! : ; AT II J)
    !I big following more maybe than he among them one Pat Haley, white, _
    are filed by plain sections covereo with the bias 'malt with tiny .ut.1 had Then he TSSS alive yet charged: with vagrancy, and sentenced ICltla c--.e ...* *t Wkl srlta! S.**...... *4 tile P. a 0. S. S. c.q.syk..
    with tiny rows of lace frills. i| Some vomen dress stylishly *o to to pay a fine of 120 or serve Havana and Key West. '.i;.iTM.Mq
    Rounded shoulder pieces are was cat with a V tt dlsclosi the
    look better than dhelr friend Coder thirty days In jail Ed StenMf'. ,
    ed and rolled back from tbt chiffon tnckerranj standing colli r. I IIOIT1IaU i
    .dd-I do It to please der men. negro: charged with vagrancy and ...._. .. __
    The paYiawL..iwt.4a .I1 .
    which has aa open effect Th* top of tb. sleeve was of voile L rflAVAXAr .T1I..r ,, "-
    larceny of a coat had his ease continued [
    AiKgYwLKIT .w.ra.r.fa. ssMsy I
    K
    sea of the bodice I I. held In pace! with an armlet/ of embroider from Der only dlffrunce betveen a plain i: until tomorrow morning w.rf: w.dwr4vs Sip e-p., ., t. k ntJ ThsMsva Tbselsy.ws.Ioya.S top.app.asarabl. .

    by gathers Under a wide girdle whose : which hung two rnffhi of th* cblffou I und a grass rldow Iss dot a grass I J. W. Verdell and Wm. Dim Is, negroes ... n......,. a a.. a rMMMI m..... T_.,. ...

    a frilled ends separate both at back over aaecond puff it the same, while j ivldow haaa sowed her vlld oats. charged: with reckless riding AMHLosMl--s.m-z.- b-- -"'ee. -Ky- Wt---au4- --tbaesa.- j jhe

    and front. Vertical tuck-hlno be bottom was finished with a cuff Mien a m.n''lfe kisses him vhen I'of forfeited of
    bicycles. bonds $8 eLi
    |
    at the back of the sleeves throw the of voile trimmed with jh* comes home late Iss not alvays ITT VIE?' 's.nd.ys.Idda.s. ty>fm I Lv, II gl To..r s, uuaIg..t: :
    embroidery .
    +
    | each. and lush Johnson another ebony BATATA Ts i1sjl <*s4 rii /n. h SMH A r Tasasys..astrdsya pas ;
    fnln*s Into tbe puff Gathering A charming design: when made nt because she Iss glad: to see him. -
    Is also mad along tbe seams Bands I soft | hued gent charged; with fighting; TralM DlfchwT Ps Mic: diaphanous material was used |i Then a feller haaa money he bass proved himself Innocent of the offense
    covered with and edged: with lace I for a matinee 10.0..Mllron taffeta '' friends und rhea hiss Iss I :; "; .. .;; .. :=
    money gone and was discharged T TIlM Tshr.ram tb. llBkr finish tbe ..Ieewhich are extremely ......... ....., .. .... .
    with fancy banding waa used hiss friends get near-sightednes H. white .wh, "hill arm.1' r Ul nur st are tts'w I. 'va gnaiMt..e .
    \MMIams. a man ........ .. ..
    short in length: lu* five gored: Instance It _IsiablOMlpMr lo b hWI l rvvt Shrfiirknf dal. loaf 'wa i iF .wnew.hs.elha.ss ;
    one consisted first
    1"1 I Brass buttons und gold braid on I bad Imbibed to such extent that be -
    4 skirt Is also tack snirred at the top !a five gored skirt being cut ... a hat don't alvay mean dot der could not take care of himself was +r Cory ;! the LOCAL TiRE CAtD or Hbsr lsle..tiee

    t and Is lengthened by a straight beneath or left to form a foundation ,'head witch holds It contains brains. assessed a fine of II and cost while "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
    flounce with wide and narrow tucksat
    for one or more ruffle that arc I! \'hen. In H. W. King:. black secured aaothecontinuance Mat, O n'l fJ.cs. ST. '
    the lower edge and tuck- hlrrt'd used with soft materials man goes a pawn shop J. D. RAHNE8. 4':1.. AlOt'STINB. FLA.
    very to give :
    of the case against him
    where It I* attached to the skirt, the he goes by der front door. Mien a I
    sn extra fluffy to the
    appearance He Is charged with fighting
    I
    k chentleman in. he In by
    goes
    Joining being followed by tucks In skirt A perfectly smooth adjustment I goes

    graduated depths. And a* it Is intended Is given: about the hips all the ,,der back door. ORG\MZATIO\ 5;

    for evening wear there Is a fulness being drawn toward th. I A decollette dress for Tomens Issno
    I I (MORAL HOOETi
    abort train but this model Is one .back where It Is arranged an under difference than udders only That Atlantic Coast Line!

    desired and It could be arranged fold bos- lt. This skirt shouldbe Is* chopped off der top. Iss tacked : From Dally Metropolis. Nor 20
    without any train and would be equally on der bottom
    in media sweep length with the i iI Immense quantity. of lumber are
    d stylish Long white gloves were i:skirt measuring four yards :lrOU 0" 'I Nervy Iss der roman who goes THROUGH 9CHEDULX "
    now being sent to Long, Knllbt"1alld
    corn with the costs me. A pretty and the flounce aboat fin yard and avay all summer und asks der old

    Idea would be to have the girdle. three-quarters' The bolero waist em- man where be was und chat he dlt Lower Metacumbte Keys.the majority Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina

    shoulder pieces and sleeve bands of |Iplojed some of the most fascinating Tblle she vas .u). of It to be used in building and South Carolina

    a contrasting color features of the .uon' style. ).. A big family off chlllerans Iss likea Ing quarters for the workmen on 11\1 I The great Highway of Travel between
    A pretty evening: gown was made
    .' the unAerwalst which was of chiffon
    big buntch off pawn tlgglts. Dliey land Previous to the hurricane the

    olive np\ from wes and one printed blue.of the pompadour The new model fichu crepe employed mode In !shlrrlngs the body.are and made the fronts to extend And around backaJolnt'd tier are fault hard by to get chlmmlnle rid of but whose iss I' houseboats workmen at. the these main places lived purpose aboard ot !I II iiJa' ; aaJ the East and \West.' North and Soot!

    are to. a roand yoke of creamywhite I I which them the :
    to keep
    Then a girl bass boated all hopes was near I
    that body are lining Just now so fashionable the blouse A lace A back closing Is ueo dot she vlll\ efer be married. she says seat of work and so they could be'I: Convent. nt $eniee. Elegant: Pullman Equipment, Magnificent Dialns i C
    snppor.j both for the nnderwalst well'
    I as ss she las going to be a trained nurse.IJhen I moved about with Convenience I I
    which Is to round yokel'
    gathered a for the bolero which Is
    an Important Route of the DIXIE FLYER
    How these crafts suffered and the i
    I der fe lers marry dhem to keep I )
    and low Ine faIn
    shallow cut -
    ; very_ of tbe short slwte Is con1trolled ledges feature and Up In front In scalloped I dhem from corking so hard fatalities that resulted by their beblo.n Celebrated V FLORID AND: WEST INDIA LIMIT!
    The sleeves
    by shirring; at the Inside proPf'r.1 Is too well kiown to repeat Therailroad ,
    while that at the back Is sn Inverted and are finished just above I
    | has the life and
    box-plait\ tbe space between hej j with i company COX> KMKXT METHOD, OF TRAVMItlantie .
    I narrow frill of lace to match : FiRES n.u.tn I IIT I safety of I Its emp'oyees above any
    Ing sometimes ornamented with ribbon the >oke The bolero Is of all-ort'r IIOMK-sTI-: : > and all other things and while there Coast Line one thousand mile tickets good over l..miO miles nfi

    ; The blouse is gathered; under I see of a heavy quality. cut in a no reason to believe that such road, embracing all portions of the rkUthon sale st all principal deed
    I|Iis
    a shallow girdle and the fichu la |deep curve and out line 1 with narrow I Homestead. XoI j Through hurricane snd disastrous results will ; ale of I2A: each Limited to one year from date of purchase. Forfajll.fwj
    attached under It and at the back bands of the fancy banding. and cirtnlar ulete sad reliable information regarding rates, schedule, Pullman ervi.*...
    the grow carelessness of some partyor be encountered again In re.ra.t! has I '
    s' the girdle Is tied and falls In long : cap.lf't'arf' added Writ t.
    to the forest fires been decided to build
    end.. The sk.rt Is fitted to the figure ; bolero and also edged with the Dana- parties hare been ragIng 'I quarters on Crank C. Soybean, (JI.I. Pass AIr'W'. D. Stark. Traveling P.... .&
    the three the land wherever and
    days. causing practlrab.
    : past : a .
    laid the 1 '
    by small tuck about Ing. IM W. Bay Street Jacksonville' Fla.
    \
    : seal of and to few houseboats
    great anxiety. annoyance ue as aa possible
    ; finished hip and with back a while deep bem the front"blind"Is | A stylish lIalt. has a particularly arduous work for every one to protect |Iin the future work of building the W J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager: Wilmington, \: C. j/I

    modish coat was dev oped their homes and grove. beside :| extension!
    tlnl.hPd.0: style Is so productiveof
    ''from a fine blue serge trimmed ...rh destroying: valuable timber undergrowth I It Is recited al-o that the men can
    so many changes and so general'ylwtrmlLg |
    'bands of braid and cloth should. i\ and grasses hkh If left on : be more comfortable on land thai I
    to Ibf't'r.rf'; woman as
    .straps Shoulder and under.arm the ground: Is so much advantage to Ion boats On the former th..y111| ,
    the fichu for It may be draped in such
    sleeves as well as a seam at tbe backeffect the soil have more room and conveniences SEABOARDAir
    manner as ta becoming to almost
    i the shaping and the front If an example' were made' of me 'I land can be curried back and forth
    anv figure and when arranged: in the
    urplke fashion It Is much to be hang wralghl from the shoulders offending ones. which will be If they from their work on the water wltu

    commended to those who are se..kIng while (he back Is fitted to the figure.The ran be apprehended a flop .ou''d >>e lilt.. or no trouble.
    braid that wai lined for trIm. pot to such a condemnatory practice. The bonus under construction arc
    y" the shove qualities and a mode Line Railway
    ring followed the dye' and aim" as the penal! ..1"l'ry hfmy \l- kald to lie large and flNU.Dd as r
    capable of various changes
    i'
    toyer-d the straps which crowed ready more than a thousand acres comfortable: as the noel, of homeson
    A third and vereffectlTe costumefor the shoulders and terminated a btu are burned over and the fire Is still 'land Several have already beeucompleted 1r
    evening wear waa ol black silk tie above the bun shawl '
    \ collar raging at Knight Key and oth
    voile made In princess stile ne finished the neck and was edged with i 1 f portal 1 mention <">n hft mnde of'': "rll Are under WIT: and being ou OI: _

    4 top of the gown has neither stock'" ettton of the braid The two-eam- Messrs Brewer Orinnell Fitzpatrick xtrncted a* fast as material can be 1
    r or co'lar Out trs d :oke ot c';lt led regulation coat sleeves carried downHolsFs {
    || were la and others of their nerolc efforts
    )? rows of 'ace edging joined vertically full, length and decorated with a tuff 'to save the prop*'ru of their nl1ach- Savannah, Columbia, Camden. Southern Plnei

    and coming! high on the neck. hen Ithat was trimmed wuh br.,id The tetra .or..ol: wan incessant ana FOR Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore. I

    .. is a plain n.rao..n..1. effect down coat should come to just a !little below patient energy dat and night E'ITFNON'iItk.: : Philadelphia.' New York '"( |
    : the front of the dress and five tucks : the waist line. \Vlth hU\ stilt Mr. II S. Scott has returned from

    i about an Inch and a half In wid'b was worn a suede \'f'tot. The skirt a business ltrli| to Miami | From Dally Metropolis. :NT'K: : Two Elegant Trains Daily. :

    beginning below me yoke' on each wan a smart design of the seven wrtlcee will be hId at RedlnncM Ont of the latest. organizations lu Seaboard Express ;Seaboard Ma

    side ot it. and falling; ujstltcned to I gore variety with the lulness at the school house Sunda No\ ixtb All Miami Is the Choral Club now being;

    the bttat from here the plaits or top mtrol't'd by pair of backward are cordially Invited to attend 'formed by Mr lacer T. Conk'in
    ,
    tarts' are stitched to below the hlisnarrowing | 'turning; plaits at each side those Madame Rumor mars wedding \bells The object of the club will be to give Modern Tollman Equipment.

    at the waist line in princess n"aft'III the centre In front producing wl'l ring: In the near suture and that concerts rendering; such music a. The

    : effect and falling free to the !'the effect of a doable box-plait All we will lone one of our most attractive Daughter; of Jalrus. The Holy City. i ONLY LINE

    feei Around the bottom of the the plaits were stitched to yoke depth young ladlese hone It Is The Crucifixion, and other cantata

    ; skirt are nine tucks about an inch along the outer fo'ds and pressed at only a rumor for we have none to i of fame. i iI operithji! dash burners sleepen nom JiekuBTllli to In
    apart. The sleeve is a puff of black the bottom where, the measurement spare I I The members of the club will meet Orls&I

    chiffon ftnl.hf'dttlt ruffles of lace should be about five and a half yards A colony of I"f'nty-ft\'f' familiesare \ \ ;'Saturday evening In the Southern' I

    edging above a pMn cuff of lace ''srojnd, This skirt, would be pretty expected this month and will settle Methodist Church at 7.30 o'clock for

    The top of the bodice is a very attractive made up In black broadcloth to be near and around Tat urn k MeGahey the purpose of mapping out the work For full info'', itioo ..1.1 deeper reservations, call on any agent ol,

    arrangement of chiffon and I1 i worn with a velvet coat either of the "s saw mill one and one-half a n't perfecting the organisation; Seaboard write '

    ., a light. variety of crochet lace.overwhich loot e variety or In the Dlrectolre miles from Homesttd station | The singers In the city have been

    about the edges of the yoke i I mode. the latter being the most fashionable )Ir. Campbell the firm of Campbell brought together; for this purpose 1S. j

    .1 and Upon the lucks below It. are ap- style ) A Home I I. having erected a and some very fine music can be I o. MCDONNELL lss't Gel. rasa. A ". pllqued motifs of black silk and mo- neat two-story cottage on his homestead loked forward to '

    ; hair In large star-shaped flowers i I I one mile from ihe station Those who will make up the t

    .y with foliage These are elaborated i Made Happy for Life which he and his family will occupy bf'fllhlp.re Miss Willie Hahn F. C. BOYLSTON Jr.. Pass. AQ"taPAUtUR'S

    with embroideries and come down I Ethel Clancy Miss Herberts mf'm'j

    upon the bodice In points Great happiness came Into the The weather man has redeemed 1 Miss Jane Bee A very handsome skirt.. for dinnerwear home of 8 C. Blair school superintendent I ,
    himself by giving us beautiful sunshiny Falllgant Mis Eva MacKenzie. Miss
    r, was developed from blue velvetIn st St. Albsns W.'a... weather We hear no complaint Nel'le Whitcomb Miss Mayme Simpson -
    one of the tints that look when his little daughter I
    new ss was restord Miss Rosebud Bovd :Miss Marie
    though some brlMlan light were from the dreadful I complaint be I Rush Mrs C. T Forsythethe Mis

    ; shinning behind It The skirt was names He savs' "M) little daughter -| CKOlP es 7elley and Messrs, R. E. c : jstl-
    I extremely plain and trained and was had St.'ltua Dance which I R. A Shine. Jas T Sanders 11.11'1 BSfcQTlLlZC.RYA.

    made with a panel down the front l yielded to no treatment but grew; A reliable medicine and one that lesple Enloe J.. Thompson J. '

    outlined with three narrow tucks.. oneach Meadlly wore until as a last resort should always be kept In the house Dorn JR. Davis\ Dan Keith A S i w, ee. used

    : side wh'ch were .tched for a we tried E'ectric Bitten; and I rejolce for Immediate use 4s Chamberlain i Joiner Claude Brown and Oscar T. c'11 nature r.416.! llinf mobs besutrllJl;

    . short distance down over the h'"p* to say three bott'es effected s Cough Remedy It will prevent the Conk"' :ini I $

    to make them set well from hlch complete cure" Quick sure cure attack If given i. lIon is the child i FLCMUncq .H !tit AQ.nt. '

    point they felt low .m''nig the falls: for nervous complaints, general .deI l>ec<.men hoarse or even after the i :Mr Chas S Hnbbard. a well ..__y Gi_. p Is..T. .

    of die drf'Mbkh was constructedby hll'tv! female weaknesses, Impover croupy conch appears For sale by known business! man of Chicago. I Is

    a nine gore model The waist .* v ?. A A ",., .. r -,nt..<>(1 +. '.... and the Blscaine! Drug 'n th- e'tv 'or s few dm and is reglitered '

    haul np on a silk body 'tnlng PI a. by ill dnjftlsts. Price 50c.st Company. at the Southern


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    ..7 be Professions j jf COUNTRY HOME LAST NIGHTMr. :




    .'. .-.f-------- i i I Arrival of Fall ShoesBurdine's lu

    \ PATTERSON) & ERWIN Seth Futrell and Mrs. Maude Ruth Tewksbury Mar- ,


    ,' Attorney..\t.La.. i j ned at Home of Bride's Parents-Arrangements Were

    I,8t .WBl.nctii-r .. all cr..n.. Stair am F.d.rat.]
    ' K|..uta.t.'ator riamU..ra4 Unique and Event Attended By Many Friends.From ii
    'it' : At
    I
    tirrtmiac Laud 1 itx. I

    > (I'.o.aox; all\Xl.tLA

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    r;nit L E. CJlU&, I tatty :Metropoliso: \' 11 htt gores, completed the fine ef

    The ..lJlng of :Mrs :Maude Tvwki- ((' ,
    DENTIST. :Mr Sub Putrcll the bom I I.
    bur) and at Rev Herman G. Porter offl< lated
    of the bride parent Mr and Mr..
    Ollli.. o. ..._. ..,\\.1... Miss MaggieVl.aon presided alorp.n.
    : ': \\ Ke**: rT last night *a* '
    t7d i the ; sloth was removed to tht a
    \ C.r.et A..a+r LI a.J 1).11 Mrra one unique and prettyeddlng veranda for the occasion There were

    "IAML rWllI.DA- occurring\ Miami. thi* I no attendants )lr. Keesler who Is

    : year recovering from a severe Illness, was I
    The residence which U art ratherfar
    i seated In the parlor during tbe evening 4
    H.r.. ATHH80R, back from the street wa lighted .
    upstairs and down. Inside and out. : For the past three weeks have
    we been
    The In white receiving
    ATTORNEY AT LAW. Japanese lantern decking the out- room were draped daily shipments -

    A ......... .st..tao..le.a .. erraveruotaa ss0 aide The walk to the front entrance and green The dining table was of shoes and our fall stock is now nearly complete viz
    h v a..I..u.f\\ w1 Tit1... was lined on both .ld..* by upend-. beautiful with Its two large wedding t.d.
    I,it 1.tAry rwbUr Is ()*... cake streamer of white and +
    I fc> ofces .. ....11 .atldug. |i ij pd light and directly In front of the green
    and white and flowers
    green
    | MIAMI FLORIDA house w a* a circular walk made with I I
    f''' the "game plan of lighting At the The present were both beautifuland t1J
    : uaefnl A wash tub and ooard.

    ENLOE Dentist I ev-ergreens !; and a half barrel of flour, among $5.00 Stetson Shoes
    GILLESPIE I changing; ; In mid-air (',der this the (he lot canted considerable amusement $5.CO

    M orFIz.; Lrltta' couple stood during the ceremony Too much
    e0C1U. and cannot be said of this high grade shoe
    ... the the After of coffee I
    r guests tratherlng on the sorting/: cake and and
    OITICE-Towilry ....kiss.noule.ard: I veranda and .. ..IkI the large/: company dispersed. Mr men. We have them in all the new styles, but-
    &a ktl>l>rc.r u at ,*
    ,.r FLOBIDp | The bride was gowned In a hand- aDdIra.: Klitre Mien leaving In a C f\f\ and lace, also a new fall dress shape made by
    A
    { MIAMI.
    Rome tasty blue nun. Telling traveling carriage They declined to state : PU.UU the H. J. hinged $6.00
    vamp shape You should
    1 r ; costume. trimmed In pa'e bluiik \. whit their destination was, but let see them
    large button. made coat effect this morning for an extended honeymoon I ti
    .. W. MARTIH8, IL D, ..lib. white net waist' A hat of harmonizing to Tampa and other point. II I h

    !.1. R mop.thiet.ers&si blue Trivet, blue rose, and They will be at home at the Gable f
    ,
    ostrich plume was worn and long/: after the 30th of this month ; $3.50 Keith's Konquerer shoes for
    t.-: i Orncs Mn. I>._"et4 AT..C !i"Hours. men $3.50
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    10' Biaaa; Virr a". Mutt |! This line is very complete. They the
    and are '
    ruatPA.JOEI Fingers Were Badly Lacerated proper
    i\t, I thing in pat. colt, gun metal, vici and velour leath- and

    of $4 00 ers, both button and lace. We have a new one '

    r ft CIVIL S. rUDKRICK ENGINEER I By Explosion Dynamite Cap imitation blucher gun metal-ASK TO SEE in'. .' 0


    [ AND:' SURVEYOR. I --

    kV_..*e. Pwkttc tar State .' Lajf prtaeatsrJAtbtW.a
    I sivss w> BVD1vtdiM inr tne*. From Dally Metropolis. NOT ItA suits were discovered aa above stated I
    Doss...,r......... I the result of careless play witha blood Mramlng from the boy a $3.50 Sorosis Shoes $3.50

    MIAMI FLORIDA. dynamite cap Raymond. Lee, the wounded hand and Mr*. Hefty' last

    get year old son of Mr. and Mra W. era ted arm. If you have not received of
    one
    our fall
    and new
    1". W be suffered the 1 Ion of cata- 1
    B. ucHxoirir I partial Dr. Qramllng waa summoned aba of Sorosis and
    logs shoes call and
    S. Anger/: on the left hand and Mr, the 'ouDd. dressed The drat Joint get one. It will make

    ; REAL ESTATE. Caspar Hefty sustained a very pain of the Injured thumb of the boy was; $4 00 the buying of shoes a pleasure and describes all ;
    ful laceration of the right arm. removed aa were the tlpa of the other a the "SOROSIS SHOES" carried in $4 00
    Mawr Pawwtwa C...*T '....0 COMNAN11OTAIT The accloent occurred at the home fingers on the hand One of the Stock by us. .

    nBUC '''of '!r. and Mr*. bee on the Sjuth large arterk-s IB Mr' Hefty ; arm
    Til* AT LAkeg11IAMI '
    'I(side early last evening and whils'the was cut and she bled to a very work
    FLORIDA f.ml't'r... sitting around k ened condition before the rupture T

    -. --- |table talking/: KaymoLd, the \boy could be controlled Today botn sufferer $2.50 Carlisle Shoes for Women

    H. P. BRAAi/SIMG .. knocking on the tab' w'th the are resting ..t'J. No one $2? 0

    no one paying any att-Mit ua to else IB the party around the table Are
    a popular priced
    I. high
    grade line of shoes selling t
    JUtsrar sal but because they did not know rucS was Injured and -

    f rsI.1 ArtaHs at CstVctkm. ttltrac : dangerous Instrument was auwhere Where the dynamite cap came Iron: at 2.00, 2.50 3.00 and comprises nearly and

    MtUsrDSUwUalVTeat about the premise I I. a mystery lb. Innircl boy declii- $300 every kind of shoe worn by women. Our new fall
    Suddenly there was tin extilojtoi.. he had found It In 'be .
    .. Ing house. anj stock just arrived and deserves careful $4.00 "..
    Palm Beach :: Florida The 1 I'ght went out and the .bo'eI that. there was another one vin. inspection. \

    party momentarily shocked inl lit nn. where In It, which a thorough aearcbreTealed k
    s I ,
    Iro.l Soother 'Irht b.-lnc secured re I ,4 ;
    h:: '
    TAMI8 T.SAICDIRS, K

    ' ATTORNEY AND !lOVER ONE HUNDRED SETTLERS LOCATED I' 'J...

    If COUNSELOR AT LAW.

    O. .....w sad 9.x1 l I.ut. La.. Atrnt I. : SEVENTH STREET

    Fttcttty is.saw..

    MIAMI. FLORIDA. I I PAVING FINISHED


    W. C. MAYNARD,
    Dally Mf>lropoll., Nov.1 They .
    state that many other scttlars:
    1
    \ gentleman. who had occasion to will come here during the present
    \\n CX MI'iai\TS IK AM" ARK
    s visit Arch Creek yesterday, utateathi winter Florida and the east coast"said I
    .
    ss morning that more than one one, "are now more prominently TO HK LUlt:. TO IIK: HKARD BYDOARII
    : before the people of the country than
    I hundred settler have moved Into and ':'at any other time." OK riHLIC WORKS ox1"'X"t'
    JEWELER AHD OPTICIAN."' ocated In that Immediate vicinitywithla s
    1 the past thirty day, twenty- ILLINOIH DOQ EXHIBITION ''''' S. '.
    Perfect CtU>c. eeT weariDf classes five ot the number arriving yesterday
    tars a greet 009 fort. With our eiteoplT morning IF YOU INTEND TO BCT a recldeDt'm.t waiting If JOR live la Riverside .
    and large Clinton III, NOT 21 -Thoroughbred o
    BBfmratu experiencebhare1 i
    (. *>o c jeaa work. Price res. The newcomer are from every canine from all over Illinois anon lot ID Miami DOW u the time .
    / -4.*.a.11"l repair "'.toe..... Clock, part of the country and have come i exhibition at the second annuai From Dally Metropolis. NOT 50 1 t.
    prepared to make their future home I When yon can get a lot 50x150 00 TOU KNOW:
    that
    .
    "vj werly and gpeVtacUa. portion of dog show of the Central Illinois Little business of Importance wastransacted nearly aU the
    trade asked for. Lnrated on AT i In tbi county All of them are Kennel C'ub. which I h
    yet opens today and feet In Sue ,
    '. vies D between inb and Itlh 8U. 'j well lupp'led with money and the will last through Saturday The en- by the board of public blocks of the posthouses I art two stories and built r;

    ; W. C. MAYNARD.Jewetorus1 majority have set about building trie Inr.ude some Inc animals of II work at last night'. meeting/:. which office with city water, sewerage of atone, and tbat DO other kl.4will
    OrWuM Osttelaa j I home and having I land for farming various breed owned by the wealthy wa attended by Chairman McKln-
    : purpose They will enter extensivelyIn dog/: fancier of Chicago The exhibition 'non and Mr Leffler Mr Prout brins electric lights paved itreet*.and I be built over there* .0;
    : i the culture of tomatoes and other :
    promise* tb be the most ,
    successful

    abs 'nt from the an electric line
    car
    winter! vegetables/: and the ...ttlnc' of Its klhr held In Illlnoh I cityEngineer at your DO YOU KNOW:'; that no other lotathe !
    out of citrus grotesThrv In recent Frederick reported that door, fur the
    Chris
    years Jackson of sum of $750, on : ct
    are a hea tin substantial the 7th same! distance from the
    lot Bloomlneton: one of the bent posted street paring: had been completed i i
    of people and are more than pleased authorities dofologT ease pn\ment you will miss the I
    on In bWest, according to contract TheieK pcxtofllre toward 'be depot can
    with" 'she rorrtiHor .. thee ar. found will jndce all breeds'FIRE jt
    >rt wan 1\.1..1 l and l the hna r,1n..m..cI
    | | opportunlt of your life If
    vote awe ectrcwo e.+' +. :Mondit irt.c..mbr ::1! .is tin I you i J be bought fur Ns 1 than $:.'i)0OI ;,

    M.as. t... I.., ... r..vas r towo.. HORSE f WAS VERY SERIOUSLY INJUREDIN .I.ite on which ("..mpl.l\n'\ of pr. "p,'rtv dm buy now I I I DO \" KNOW: :hit we have nohnmnKHk \\1
    IN *Ll. COYNTNIxa.Jhi.r. .
    .
    .. as. se w'.ty.. a ee. SR.hb .. uwtacrs' If any th n. l I.. will' l ii. h. ird OUR LOTS hate
    ;,*,iliiBt thi. work j[ now ill the above j I land, 'o cut off the t'1

    t. d Mfir.a.at Poetic.lmbdoiy, ANSWERING 'vi"a ln/..n* "" .+ined\ l Mu. named Improvrment the I
    w rw.we lA.F r r ALARM EARLY THIS MORNINGFrom except j ocean aDd river lirxzt *'
    a. sera s..a .,, s.r.V s... Ps.r M.. the ptro.t car stunt| m\ t 1nut .....1.- ,|! 1
    wa.NINATON, e. C.I 'trig; ,it* tnrk: and 'the .paving, :herel.on's running of cars, which will b.. : DOdone TOt KNO'.V thr. for the above J

    i on \vinu II. ,n |'rn'r| condinon 1
    The city attornev was con iul'ed as soon as the cable la laid reasons we have no mewpultoe.l 1

    Daih Metropolis Nor toAt tendon below the hock and slightly retails;. the powtr of the l I I II across the river, when we willpositively In summer
    oird In the ,remiwa He/ was nol j jprepitid
    seven clock this fracturing the I
    morning the bone
    spavin to give: ofTclal opinion. but I advance the price of DO \0l KNOW: hit It It the hlhI -
    1 --- i fire department was called out In re- The borne was taken to the station ixpisse<) the belief thaI If th> re I.a is''I I

    3..e 9.7. e' B..u.rt kponge to a message that there'was. and Immediate treated b> :Mr violation and a rcmedv necesaar} I'I all lots : est po'tlon of Miami oJ
    C. J. Row It will cause the department I' It must come through an ordinanceor f '
    a fire In house SO
    littlellTi'ln IF'Ul
    a /: on llthstreet Intend to
    little bur you bad DO YOU KNOW::'; th lt we control .
    some Inconvenience, to not solution bv council :
    The department drivenwere I have the horse rfndr for Immediateuse. City Attorney: Gander asked the I better take our word for It. Do all the desirable river front for 3
    signalled to turn toward Avenue but It u thought he will' not be board why' )lr' H F. Atkinson had :

    C. a* the fire was reported to Inrspacltated for further use In the been employed. to examine and cor- I, you know that there are more j two mile up tf, river and thai 'j

    hl'J'fcat..a be In the kitchen of tbe house of department A deep feeling/: of regret -j 1 I reel the proceedure In the site ofmunic'pal than 200 iota .
    < I already sold to the It I I. our Intention to wall In
    Is felt th | part
    Mrs Jennings but it was extinguished by I I. the favorite horse cf the of lh,.
    however before the arrhal of the dt'p..rt'mt'fII. request l purfnawrs He wasnformed best citizens of Miami of the name at an early date
    1b..4i..eTIt that It was not through
    apparatus A gas: stove had. exploded t'pon Investigation to find the cause '+nv dUre.|..>cl. err. to him. the e. DO YOU KNOW that our bridge I 1.1 DO YOU KNOW: that we have a i
    MOST BCAtTmB. DUOAZaNfl
    '. IN THE _OItLl)" while The breakfast was oelng/: prepared of the non-response of the horses to''p'matlon apparently being saO.faclorv. I nearly twice a* broad ft the Avenue I i
    damage to the building and the rein It was found that the r..tn.1 I fine list of orange grove, city
    "1 Ask your Dcwrsdealer for thia superb furmsninics Is very tight were caught In the attachment used I The question of placing metal I D bridge.so that the street
    'tBBnanc." If be dots not handle it The real damage however Is to to hang the harries In the Ore drinking! fountain on Avenue D near residences and all ot..r. D d* ot ,
    :e cad a*hi* name and address with four (H tarry. one of the handsome black lion and all the strength of the sta-1! i i irr | I ?th street for man and beast wa. I car and two wagon nt.iy. pass rt treal
    and address and for
    loc. del'I
    Bj>m* sample
    MenttuoUu horses drawing: the chemical "arlnl'Wh..n with both hands could not release I dlll'lIlc",1. but action deferred until i j 1 estate to select what you
    ODT. Regular price Jjc. ; the same time I
    almost to 11th street, the them 'he return of Mr Trout. the absent ]

    'i, Bore paper PuNlshlnt CompBBy driver pulled' the left reign to turn Joe Gleasou. the driver of Iht man her of the Hoards i| O \OV KNOW::'; that our brldj" I I' want from.
    up that street Not responding: to rhimlml engine The street superintend WBK dlre -
    ..... demonstrated hi.IITII i
    .
    Ws 2M Mnvt V rk
    city
    4 the tug; at the line the horses dashednto when In the. face of almost ear <.ltd to reduce his pat roll to >;5 not turned twice a day whileAvenue IF YOU 110OT: KNOV: all these I

    a sign hoard opposite Zapf saloon lain death he stuck to his seat and .._kly. |
    >>. PMrtah RrtanMy The front wheel on the rightof aw the unavoidable accident to a\. Last week p-nroll. amonntlng to'' D I I. open nearly half things cone to our office and let
    the engine came In contact with end $147 wa approved and orp'.1! l pain the time
    Allan R Parrish ha returned so that you lose no us show .
    y .tn electric you
    light po'e bringing the Mr Rose, when asked If the horOt.ould atlt'r which the meding adjourned
    ,1. th. city after an .btof'D of over :aratu* to. sudden standstill .. be of further [ __- --- JThe \
    use to the department
    Mr Parrllh and little AI- I|
    A
    year This
    brought the
    horses
    to a halt. .
    stated that he thought hi [ Painting IU.ld.ng
    "Tr.4 rfmalnvd In the north but |
    mayrome the force of wh! h threw
    later < them birkn : would as the bone was not badly! I| Fort )Dilias I.Tnd, rnml'an' i
    bly Sir TarrUhK the engine: I.r.-, .
    aking
    +s I.nlnll|, his annual city dlr .rW and knorkine: off; the; the bell fractured i i I (building iimiplMl!I.< l I.. Ing,In pilnte.l Ii'irdineiliu.erterman { with,fti
    .hlrr..1
    -ctori Mi I n' and art trig ">. "!'''<''' the nnfor'nmtt.
    11 corr...; "t '11' for a number otfionhern serlnn.l'ry. injured hhln horse w'a The :Minister A orlation h'o: i waer-pnaf pilnt Th. heir h. .ce J. IL Tatum { Co.
    I'' i 0"0 III. mans. hind their regular session this morning: 1111 I.M' |p>roti' 10 hut, out" ttu< I' ..i' nsriini I

    ,friends ". '! '" ..i'1 loom.. him ms ritiKht. uj In, l 1..t..D the. whlffleo ten o'clock at the study of the R.'v ]1 + > .+nil ;hl-t n w |,.'mi 1* a, i.,:I I. ++ 0' i I' i I.i.1 1 > l lai< ra..ng a t. i) Lowt for; that purpose" !









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    EIGHT TOT MIAMI MKTROPOU riUlsAT. ROB a


    testimony of T. O. -Doner. gambler' IIS H 1-- --T I t'
    --1 1AT WHSSTUMPED I
    'A PREACHER IS of the hospital, the name of the '
    I
    preacher was entered at the register Echoes of AncientJOURNALISM
    as being!!; the neatest relative of ilrsllassett >
    MADE CORESPONDENTSensational lKir.e> iNo said that Hunt TO DEATH t

    pain a le,rtion o: thi, fee tor th! .
    ,ire..traent of Mr Basset
    l-ett'rn .rl'I..u by Mrs Uixsot
    I I
    10 r husband during his abttncvil r
    I. ,x<,,,...d In evidence. and in i From Dail 1t'lr"vnll Nit 20FJ : By JOSH JENKINS
    in ..' .I'd Mrs Bas ett tell Johnson colored wan, brought
    :
    Developments '
    1. !hn' tint h, she was aloul toMs down from hurt Lauderdale Uirt
    Whch II lit l Hulherwn tight, II>' \11111)| sheriff Lewis and
    Divorce Suit in
    .,' a | oni... .il army of- kfclged In Jill on a Chirac of niurdT l right 'an far th.s moruolI' f
    ". r -utii.l. that Mr Basnet hau From dttnls of the tngtdv; men {
    Worldly Ways of Brook- ,,.11, I iIi,. r that lb' ulna to thi. Hiltiin linn of which. wan made' in ih. M.<.. G..rlC turru om o' the !1..1 In. -

    i,, h.-tit:1, i J.. I..' hi ..urr"| '.' 1'1'011.l \-1. rd.... .ilttriiixm It at.| i.rs. af'" r pl.d a cisc ,id. .' six:
    lyn Divine are E::posed "I I t' i 1\ .'.,- n ,..tluittil for h. .\1,' |I'.ri that ..lohnn..n.'I..tutln ,ml f.,10 r CIl'I"IIK' 1'.111 down' trio, 0r
    I:s. .... .' ..*....rat "tli r n.'gr.a.s engated in irtiiniblmi tin sal \ tiither. d..\ and In h. ro'I' .
    Gist of the Trial. \; I 1.I.u I s C Inin who k. cl.r| ; gets.' m .ir Fart laudi,I -rliltSutiirdn 1:.ilk in i It'oati tins It 'at G. or>. Is go ...'

    ,'I., ,, "g 'U.e III \t al ti'" ('II ) : nikln \ dH|"lit,.. "irns I between in to di "Ihln cacti In a UI'I'| iI umunths.
    '. it in. d' 11. >I' .ut r< ntecl two moon Johnson ml ViiMIn, ml ihiHtttr >. .
    rem h. r in tu ..nnm'r..1, last Mar was ki ,"'1.,1 ,down ind thtti I
    .1.11.I i"d th'm in coiupaiit with stamped In the ,\I..lon'.u diaih' reulMng I The "tre. t k.) \irs li runnln' morn t
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    Washington: >\ : \ char Mr- llaxwit whom ht d.-cia..>ito Sundae night they used Ir Stems like the track i t''

    the hU wf| .. hat held Imo ron] 'r r-' i I.l o h "1It'r.llid two of her children A postmortem examination held by want quite si..ddy or siitbm and the t t
    lutions" with the KM r: Lawrence t fr SkaRgs yesterday afternoon dhow I! leurli.ty leaked In siots'Brut .

    Hunt. pastor of the :Noble: Srr..1Pr..bt..rt.u I hell: '.. .ich-ll. it chambermaid i I l-d rupture In the bowels of the dead s l HAVEYOUw
    I .mp.I in a Ha'tloiore boardinghouse (Iran and unmistakable evidence that i hi r John Cramlln Is a hust'in! ,
    Church Brook: *
    in > u
    where Mrs Bus. *.tt hoed fui I death has malted from the Injur : jung feller and Is doin a mighty !
    and that the clergyman was the ( several weeks' testified that the lei .u
    father of one of the woman children Brooklyn I clergyman was a frequent a preliminary hearing Friday well cause he keeps Is face 'n handk BOUGHT YOUR .
    Is one of the sensational developments caller and that upon one occasion morni., ? clean an' 'Is shoes fair to ruidd'in' !
    of the divorce suits I when she entered Mrs." Bassrtt'room s ( shined up They looked. like a IIIK-j'L' 1
    she found her ID the act of U;(. \I. \(IITH': f..r's heel this mornln drown at the
    brought 'by Professor Charles C. dressing, with the preacher a.i Interested post or flee .
    Bassetl of the geological survey witness Estate of tjward 1. \\'bite,deceased. ..

    which was called for trial In the Julia (Carter servant employed Notice of tention to apply for order Bob Fickle. the same feller as ,

    District of Columbia equity court I In the Bu....tt household testifiedI I to .ml I real estate In which lives In Bejounalster, Is plow-In up New Fall Hat
    I that Hunt had made a pastoral call minor i interestedNotl I the streets up yonder near North MI- |t.t.iaml.
    today Not In recent years has i lIOn| Mrs Bassett nearly every day .-e Is h..r..hIIlv..n: that the undersigned Bob says the trolley kyars Is \
    such a bitch of dirty linen been !bin the absence of the husband and lat..nd";. to make appllca Koln to go up there now Durneu [r
    washed ser. county funny how a fool trolley kyar waits '
    The law of the district requiring: the her money to keep her mouth judge: of Dade county at the courthouse to get In bad cumpney b' gosh Bob
    reading of evidence In divorce ..a_ I shut regarding: the visits of the at Miami Dade county Florida ''I. got a big machine as looks like
    In court tnide public all the detailsof Monday. December 24. AJ '
    clerical Romec on one o' them pleg-taked ortomobllea ,
    the pastor's alleged relation 1SOS for authority. administratrix nn' long b'hind the thing la a spiked $1000worth
    | Mrs Basset ls beautiful
    a strikingly '
    with Mrs. Basset and afforded rich and la of said estate and as guardian: of 'plow It sure digs the grit .
    woman apparently youtuiful
    picking: for the scandel mongers of .
    Mildred G White a minor, to sell
    ,. despite the fact that she Is th. I
    ashlngton I' the folioIng!: real estate and Interest !1 It haln much to look at. but that t
    mother of five children Is
    Sly now
    Mrs Basnett who Is a daughter of In real estate of said Edward I. !I'alr machine as Dunk Brussler youses I
    former Senator Basnett. if Arkansas 'III Nebraska where It Is said thatshe White. deceased In said county. ormuch ,,10 ride In Is suthln out o' sight lilt (I of the famous JohnB.
    has filed a counter suit against I 4
    Is In Omaha and not contesting
    now a -
    PO thereof as may be necessaryat carr). four human people all to ,
    Basset which will Implicate one or
    the divorce suit, which It beIng public or private sale to-wit thout less Dunk .
    unct stoppln stops
    fought by Henry E.a'I.... a more women prominent In Washington Twenty I20 I ucres being the W hit hlsself .Ml'f 'e bass to do is turn Stetson hats just received

    l.romln..111'a hln"oll attorney'. oj ancietyin 1-2 of 8. \\' 1-4 of N F 1-4 and a little kinder pump handle 'an tute i iI j
    his suit Bassett asks for thepossession
    behalf of Rev Hunt. The clergyman
    the seven (71 I acres in S. E 1-4 of :N k. the horn an the mashlne slops Taint .
    of four children: but denies I
    while admitting his friendship and S. K ,1-4. both tracts be better 'n a horse lo my estermaahun
    that he Is the father of the flfit
    for Mrs Baraett and his Intentlon 11-4 In section 24, tp. 53. south, R. jet the 1
    of marrying her when rhe Is child tt Is In the legitimacy of 41 eaet I" sac.ey. \

    free. denies that he has een guilty' this unfortunate Infant now about Also the Interests of petitioner and Kirk Munroe frum down the val ,
    months of that of
    twenty age one I
    of any Improper conduct ( said minor In on.-nflh share of ont i ley b) the Grove, come up hew the
    I
    the most salacious and sensatlonM 1 1
    I the Sassotts were prominent socially In undivided third of lots 4 and *>, and village this mornln to get some 4
    divorce suits ever tried Washing'
    a
    and many well\ known people { ton will hinge the S W. 1-4 of S K 14 of S.-C 'grits 'an other n..e..ryll. They say
    will appear as witnesses during theTrial I lion 9, T. 12 S R 42 EDated ns Kirk hisseR Is a purty good righter -
    Including: Mrs llialxt-i Huth I at Miami Florida this 17th books
    end he writ mite n a duizen
    erford, wife of Major Kuther'ordISA Sells More of Chamberlain Cough I day of :November A D 19011.I I( bout how to live 'an be happy mong!: t
    Miss 1 Iteim-dr than of all (*|
    He'en Cannon daughter : MTIP I Susie (. While, the !''If'mlnollllnJunll. He Is been over -
    of 6(>eaker "Jo." Cannon III t Together Administratrix of Fume of E. L. loourup this summer studyln ',
    lary A. Herbert secretary of the I \\.b II... decease f
    navy under President Cleveland and Mr Thos George a merchant atM Mildred G White
    many othersAccording I rlgin, Ontario. says: "I havehad Dieter Falrls left the Tillage this ,, -.--

    I to the evidence brought the local agency for Chamberlain TO NnMlMTl: b>:\.VTOROttowa I mornln' long with Cracker John tlUf'f f
    out at the trial Prof Basnet left 's Cough Remedy ever since It well Dotter Is goin to a meetln oft'Is I

    Washington In May of ICO, and I was Introduced Into Canada and t Kan :Nor: :: -.\t a R.. church up yonder some wear In the f
    did not again see his wf| nntll sell aa much of It as 1. do of all other publican convention here this after State John he is gone to the county .
    June of the following year More lines I have on my shelve put i noon a successor will be nominated fair our 'n Tampa he 'Is Both the = AT
    than ten months afl..r'nlA<*e: had I'' together Of the many dozens sold I ito Senator Horace J Smith who hasresigned dotter 'an John It well known citerrlna ;
    left her Mrs Basset gave birth to I under guarantee 1 have used It myself I : because of Illness. It Is alleged 1- and much Hupectld by there 'seriate. r
    a child which she named after the I and given It to my children and that Senator Benson has asked .; an' frlen's.
    ReE. Lawrence Hunt The Infant always with the best For .
    results | for the nomination of a friend and
    was born In John Hopkins hospl'al sale bv all druggist and the U1scs f. t tI f
    that the delegates. will comply with Judge Hetstr |is dealln out the
    at Baltimore, and accArdlng 'o the ne Drug: Co his request I cards o' justlsa this week over m IDx SeweUEros.

    court house Thorn. as has been, bt" '
    fore Im *Aas the judge am't In a I
    tollrrable mood these d4)4.
    1

    Bruther Krrlik :Ial:1. the chief .

    Mhool tit her in the county Is as
    I Burdine 6 Quarterman we' I as tan be spt-cKd The p<'rfeHmr .
    1 has bet n usm' some new fan- We have these hats in all the latest stales

    dan"ltO life preserver for Is hair uv and colors which were selected from the
    late an' nits a botherashun to him
    reuse hit sticks to 'I Is derby an' when new 1907springsamples direct from fact'y

    he me. :a a )"1118d\ 'e c..u' take off
    his d> ner 'cause hit pu.Is Is hair '

    M Tr) terplntlne .perfessere Prices $4.00, $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00

    \\ are glad to know 'al Deacon
    \\'.,Main Cballle U quite a good dea
    Announce Their Annual tatter at this wrilln/ iH-aion
    thaillt. had li muiiai-h totik c>n dfM :
    '. 'II ago an' 'e ain't better uv it ) it
    He mplains\ a htap bout roomatu
    in ,he nit arm an' the docwter say i i'al
    t. is i i'si fn"k.: fur a man uv u
    Kin m wait lit*'i.ilr ilr.Hhi ('hall -

    Ii. I. tin t il weigh. il, gel m

    Fall lo liIiI /Ii, k I'ri.I.
    i OpeningS .

    F, iI. r lit' ruin l' Tl.I. (rlmniln 1 '-
    I
    w ,. "I'' Ih. d. gow y. atom> \ "eulnfrli
    ......111 off I ,1 .uipt.. 11\ 'n'- an '
    It "i'.I 1 I I. reins" li rim 'II' th. star
    S alai h'"n I ." rOwbICt" ,, Ilk, h., ndlids

    t I" I.. ail' I, tt.,' i I.. fisn' atM
    II it I i- i mln d"nlll' h to Hiiln| w jI

    iw'i l-a.tle w. In IaO.

    ;j Friday Evening MiMi r' .\. Il. rrttt. as pays ofl

    thi' help at the wharf went down IF
    in is hi ad'm irtirs M 1111 him Mi-i.r llarrttl Is well I
    1 thought u\ Iv thos.. an no im and I
    the lallr.rfd |ta-<>|'It. hlM. a holt. ".l :
    '1Irll'"t in 'is countln q'oIi5; I You Think Three Dollars

    llirr. a a 1'IIr as is a durned <>l'worse <
    November 23 6 to 11 o'clock
    '
    . ; 'n t'm as. talks. uv imDi .

    : t, Miller: he flvhtrmin, went to hat find it here
    I d.'n' to the tlshln bank. thisn I ought buy a good you'll ; a

    . .ornln' with 'Is book 'an line '
    Dale sii plvs a h..a0 fanilys I with
    r fishes in the vll\ :age 'an lork city


    The ladies of Miami and vicinity are cordially invited I too Henry b) hickory Merrills.. Inn. the UOMI Hawes $$3.00 Hat ,


    Palm. will be d'>ln liiznlit shortly

    as ion as Henry Ruts deown 'rllmYnrk

    I'lt\ Htnrt Is a 1",1d pru- Which we guarantee to be the best $3 hat
    prlter u\ I In Inn and makes. a neip{

    uv mum fru n them d"m"dnh* on the market. We offer the Hawes in all
    ,'s conns drown in the winter so as

    a: MUSIC nolI" fietie. there. urnat "milf< the latest shapes and styles in both soft and

    Burl>' Hawkins. who Is only t..n
    derby hats. All are guaranteed on the
    m n,'d li? it mun'hs is. sii' !ff,'rtn money
    with a "f'lm'I: uv "Is hfid UiapiMrtlie ", a
    back basis. We sole
    !the dockttr. sasDet IK II are agents.

    "i h who' h causes dlspt'ps> '..n
    th. ...Ilio'


    Burdine & attics strike llrritkrrsThe
    i ; Quarterman mont famous slrik.' ""iker.

    In the land ire Dr King!!; s :Sew I l.lfe

    PUNhin :ixtr and bowels I go u," ,
    strike. Ih.v quick" is' The .. John Sewell 6 Bro.

    i. 300-303 Twelfth Street. Telephone No. 63 and the purifxlng work .got: '.a rliht!
    on lest ere for gun-I ,'' ,' ,I. h "?
    :! I'cJwind, dnzlne as 2-e it II '-t-
    LIIL-.J------ .
    '- :-I I-.a ::5r'i..w tL..n .w.-= gists -
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