The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
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System ID: UF00076100:00421
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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State Forced To Go To Trial-Grounds For Contin In Presence of Large NumberOf

uance As Recited By Attorney Saunders-Able Lawyers ( From Saturday Daily! Officials

Various plan were discussed by r

Forcibly Demurred-What They Said-Motion Was the Board of Public Works last night i
URINE YEAR LAST! PAST ASHORE A AT SOUND POINT for the building of the proposed fire

Denied-Recess Taken Until This Afternoon
hall and while no definite plan of

action was decided upon matters
were *> adjusted that there are

I arts of Committees Will Show Schooner Taylor From PensacoU to great hopes of putting the work order
way at an early date.
(From W leael.,'* Dall,.) ,counsel relattre to certain telegrams'
In view of the fact
thai the board
Marked Brazil Went Reef
Advances is Aground
: Presbyterian The preliminary hearing Into the Kent to VSest Palm Beach yesterday has beronM satisfied the building r

Chttrrh---Important Mitten to Be Monday Was Floated Tuesday case of Thomas W. 'Iroy chargedwith afternron, which In '0 bstltnce. Informed can not be erected within the sum I Of Light Draft Vessels-Wo r Of
the mar .r of George C. New- the State witnesses not to available for that purpose three

Considered by Assembly and Proceeded omb at West -Palm Beach last Wednesday rome to Miami today. Considerate plans were dUeutsed.I one to advertise Canal Had Beta Under Way The

afternoon soar taken up this chuckling was near) !n the courtroom for new plans, another for tae

morning at nine o'clock before County : I during Mils dltcuralrn a* toby 'I board to build tbe hall aad a third Past Twenty-FlT Years-Some t' f

Judge A. K. Heyser. : s the telegram baa been sent I to combine the structure with that ,

1 The court room was well called Attorrey Pncs stated that be had of the proposed city hall building of Its History

Louisville. May It- The exeeneoiumlttee (From Thursday' Dally) 'with friends ot both the accused and *een a telegram at Urst Palm I The matter of erecting the wale I

on Mlalsterlal =air Captain Frees, of the mail boat deceased ia the case, and after a few Beach to the effect bore Hated of the buildings. Inclosing 1t. and 1 1the
minutes consultation) between rroy land wondered shy the case bad been laying floors all of which
ettlon and Relief of the PresbTter- Adeline, and Husted. of the smack continued. can be
and his attorneys in one of the Jury ,done on the amount of money no"
Ira Church ID the tnlted 8Uteswlll We Are Here arrived In port yesterday room they entered the court room 1 Motion lies ed available ,was also discussed the Inland waterway extending ,

prevent a statement to the General I afternoon from the lower and announced the defense ready to I 1 After considerable explanation other work to be done when fa..). I'tine length of the vast emit from

Assembly which meets In Blrmlng- court UI d! repxa-ted the stranding proceed.At and discussion. the court denied the have accrued. This plan appearedthe St. Augustine to lilwayne! Bay Bas '> ;

tam today of a large three muted schooner: this time. Attorney Hstson B. motion of Attorney Saunders and or- most feasible, sad, while ant If at last bees eompiet-wl The 1
Sannders Jr.w acting aa attorney [ilered that the trial be resumed. Being fully decided be IInlab't.''t.
".Tke statement win show la part the Taylor, on the reef near 11 :30 at this upon may adopted ing stroke, which severed the last
time It .
for the State filed a motion and affldarit was agreedby ,In which event the fire ha'l will be obstruction .

that Hugh T. Inman. of Atlanta (Sound Fount. which be read. The motion :' counsel and sustained 0' the court 'under construction at aa early date. \South. Carolina wee at mane I clock by the Monday dredge f

promised to fin the sam of one The Taylor was bound from Penaacola 'naked for a continuance of the ease that an adjournment be taken tilltwo I morning, and the water rushed together. :

hundred thousand dollars to the endowment to a Brazilian port lamber ,until next Monday tor the followingreasons o'clock this afternoon. R.\n.ERso T COTTAGE I t tI

of ministerial relief for laden, and went on the reef Monday : : The preliminary TheBf'IIri.uOa BUFFERED BY FIRE for tweny-five year work baa ,
I MoUonj for Oosttlananee Of
morning. The Adeline and WeAn I I bee la progress on tae canal aad
"First. That the State u not sufficiently Mr. Troy was commenced at two ( From Monday's Dally.) |the completion of the e
or-bans cut that would
Here with other vessels aoon represented In this case; o'c'ock with the court room filled The one-story trams house owned open navigation for light draft ,. .
comdlUon that the sum j of 'US.OOO went to the aaslstaaoe of the dlstreeaed that there art all attorneys acting I with spectators among whom werea by C. H. Ranlersoa snd occupied crafts the entire of the "'
j length east
'I {
lie raised by the whole church. This vessel and about U','" In beha'f of the defendant aDd only number of women. The attorneys b y a family named Vlreeat. oa First 'coast. The way Is now open from ,.
for the
behalf: ot the Stars defense spent some time In between
one on
street Avenue
and C.
< the with of lumber had been thrown Oft,- I iMiami to St. Aagnstiae. the route
practical y assures giving of
one the
( I "Second. That the State's attorney I Jury room In consuiu- was practically destroyed by are at '
other fund, the tarn 4If flSl.OOO board she proceeded on her voyagl. John C. Jones. Eaq.... elsewehre Uon with Mr. Troy and la going 3:10 o'clock this morning wblle two I small, boats.safe and In convenient for all r i.
i j
telling of the
tor this parpo s. The floating amber was picked 'engaged, and unable. to be present at Into the testimony Introduced at theoroners cottages adjoining were quite badly. I and 1U
completion the 81.
up by the boatmen and carried to this time. c inrestlgatlon held Immediately scorched. Augus- '
The statement1will that
show a1ao
"different port, Capt. Frets bringing I Third. nat there Is no officer after the enactment ot the The lire Is said to have been caused (tine Record of yesterday enys: r.:
two hundred and Urea young men : In about two thouaaad feet on tragedy.It /'Anticipating the completion of the '
whose duty It! ls to prosecute on beIlIatf by the explosion of a gasoline Matanxas-Hsllfax
have been assist darifcg the 'year I the Adeline. According to recent of the State In an examinationof had been agreed at noon today tote' which Mr Vincent who haa 'went down ntI large party '?I

in preparation for the .ministry.and law all nch lumber must be reported of this niturf and that Is no between counsel that tae case would been I'l for several day, attempted yesterday with a hope of

that more than a quarter of a.) million to the custom oQcer of the revision of law for : e of be held until 3 o'clock by which to+ light to make coffee. An alarmwas ':They betag were on hand, however for the, final stroke
to which It taken and Jut several bourn
port time
handled ,counsel on behalf of the State either Attora.ballndera bad hoped quickly sounded and the Ore I
dollar bav been by late, but did witness
what amount of lumber thrownoverboard the passage of.the
wan b".the State or by triend of to hear from Attorney Abrama, department responded, though
the committee daring tie put year from the schooner will I.deceased bat that Major Alex. tll'l I whether he could be present by tomorrow arrival the kitchen and part of upon the first boat through the last cut."Soundlnga .

wreaking all record In the history ,not be known until all report have ,Clair Abramsj! the brother-tn-iaw of morning to ssslst In conducting building were /In flames. The firemen route and were taken along tae "
a depth of six feet
been made. or over
of the church I the decea.edl; and, an eminent lawyer the case of the State but no information did good work and not only found. , was Al
The most of the vessels at the owance was made tor
Among important Questions totome I now engaged 10 the trial ot cases being received the examination succeeded in confining the flame to 'Ugh tide but at low
wreck from and a
were Key West of deptMof \
witnesses wa tile $
la desires commenced. burning
Jacksonville to appear building but In
before the general assembly eonaequently the lumber win be taken alt feet prevail The natural '
A :
; large diagram of the
In, this case on behalf of the state saloon part of the structure.
.r the will bett there. Cajit United w..asistr f water way from Bummer! Haves
Presbyterian Church 'on )(ODela,. the Jflth Inst., which Is wherela the tragedy occurred u In The loss will amount to ...nnlthoa..ael wash has tJi
aat wrecking master and 1 likely also been deepened and ,
of closer relations with other the earliest date at which he canpoesiD"y the hands of the defense and win be dollars It could not be U the !{,

homes hoisting Presbyterian ierr- .get a good mm In salvage moa- be present. ,one of the exhlbiu of the examination :learned whether the building was Insured. tit to dredge Intention the shallows of the in company the ty;

"Fourth. That it baa been Impossible to point out to the court theplaces bay ".: .
Icea. Of elghty-thre Freabyterie i and secure a direct and deep eban- :

Ue action of eighty on closer ,relatlons ;ey.A to secure counsel here nrnc-' were certain incidents occurr- II nl. The Devil Elbow! between ,.' .

| baa been reportedJUty approg A WRECK MAY BE E lent behalf to of meet defense.the array of counsel on ,ed.H.. F. Atkinson and Hntsoa a. INSPIRING MUSICPLAYED Crescent dredged Beach direct and Maunsas, will '
a cut being
| b closer relations.:{j twenty-eight "firth. That substantial jnstlc ,Saunders were then sworn in a* whkh made
prevents the tedious
dlsapprovUg and two declining to may be done {between defendant and Bute's attorneys.: AH witnesses were 'journey Itbe
'f the State of lorida." I placed under the Vale and excused In and oat through the
act. LOST YACHT RITA A i Hat*. '
Them was supported by aa from the court room. BY BAND D "On either ,
side of
the canal .
affldaTit by!! Attorney 8annders, | Joseph Zapf, the bartender In the taembankments 'j I
I PR. HOWERTOX a.'001I. where Mr. rise to a height Or .
wherein he .Sited telegrams, ete. Newcomb sow i
ELECTED JlODERATOR from Attorney Atox.8t.Clalr Abrams, I killed, was called s* the first wit- iI being formed twenty of feet coquina the coca huge blast piiea '.;

aad to the effect that be endeavored Hess I
/ er from the canal :

Birmingham May )ill Dr. ..Bow.crtewn I Chirred Word wort Flottiaf i* to employ satisfactory counsel to Zapf Testimony On its Pint Public Appearance Last up by the great team and above then !scooped of the 1--(
X. a assist U conducting the case, but The witness testified In substance \
dredge. This
of Montreal C. was I dredge has a lifting capacity -
Breakers Hear St. Augustine without satisfactory results. that he was tending bar at the time 1 ? /
I lected moderator of the o..etat'I fight-Given a Royal Reception of sixty tons sad great massea
Des ier era to Motto Troy shot Newcomb. Going ,Into /tJi
d of
ot the Southern earth
Preeby- Leads This Belief and rock are moved with
to Wrecb&t
lertaa chnrch her 'today. Demurring! the motion Judge calla fie said Mr. Troy entered the By the Pnblic-w-Tht Ortaaliation 1 leas exertion than a laboerr exbtb->> t 4,.
George A. Worley made a very able salcoa aad ordered a bottle of champagne It., In .
raising -
to be Examined.Wreckage a spadeful of .art*. (,.
and asked Permanent
argument bringing out that tneconstitution If he might sit at !
, Tits OT guaranteed to every the desk. H* was told be might do .

\ ,I> VTBCIKIA'Washington person! situated u Is Mr. Troy, a so. Witness then stated that Troy department and tie maintenance ota ;,''t. r

May speedy trial |and that la ao tar .. said ha would hoot the J- head band organization In the day of '

President the motion waa concernedJt broughtout off anyone: who bothered him. New Miami.
fad Mrs. Roosevelt win!, loaro lodar supposed to be the remain The Fire The boy win
no satisfactory cause for coati ,comb entered from the pool room Department Band of on practicing. ;
for a week end vacation at Pine of the pleasure yacht Rita, uance. Bo also recited that Mr.Troys sour afterward aad asked Troy If twenty-four members strong made They realise that, like alt new ors 1 1tanlsaiba. i.Al

Knot Ta.. Mr*. Roosevelt's coantryborne. is floating In the breakers off South health was such that confinement I. he had made the statement that be Its first appearance last night ," I I &. there .Is room for 1 had A |

The run will last. over' Sin Beach, but as rot very little of ksurmise a pe'l of the Jail waa detrimental (Troy) would shoot Suon after this a very good one It war. lIaadreci."f provemeat, and they"" are going to J.
day. dWell gathering about> keep right on' with the work they I
Newcomb called the
ha reached shore and all to the prisoners &"JUOR. and forcibly Troy a Tile name
drove home tae nail carrying tat and told him to shoot which street and expressing approval of have taken up until Miami can boast I'I
I* based on the appearaaeo of the Troy of 'not only the
RTAXSTILLE CARMZN fact that Inability on the part of ale.riot the remrakable showing *ud degreeof largest but the beet
floating plaakal1&J& te 81 Augustine profidncy the bead la the whole sute of FloriJa. t
0o G>N sEvansville >s''RI1tE a lawyer to 'bo present was no Just organiutlon has

... Record of yesterday. cause for the continuance of a t (From Thursday's Dally attained in a few weeks
.: lad.. Mar 11 The \ ) There I* something Inspiring In roving Extesjslos) Material
Pieces of polished wood work Is ao Important as the >ne under con In the
..xnotormeu and conductor of the atret Doping *n east down f* the .-e1all4 sideration.Judge. Thomas examination of the ease of a band of mnde. It carries to every As fast .* possible the material .

railway system here walked oft thU It Is the character of the wood Wesley,. occupied about hilt murder of W. Trey, charged with the soul and heart aa Inspiration a feeling .lumber etc., about the terminal

morning on a refusal of the company aad the costly finish that leads to aa hour la ala argument and vfollowed .. held In the court George C. Newcomb. of elation enthulaam and delight dock sad yard, and Intended for ...
. to grant them advanced room yesterday af that few other things can In extension construction I* betas j't
wag the belief that It Is the retnala ota by |Attorney )(. D. Price tendon Joseph
Zapf. the first witness create. And It moved by train
to the
so central
-. was nightwh supply
yacht Borne distance down the also for tae defense, who In about
la the
case remained on ,,n the band that promises to be station at the lower end of Upper
beach two charred planks were the same length of time made areyltumeat the stand until
adjournment was aa honor and credit the Metaeumble Key which ..
XCROFKAX WHEAT SCARCE picked up and tie discovery of t' t against continuance for Ukea.Attorney. a to city will b ;' :
of Miami assembled at fire heed the distributing point from now on. '
leads to the theory that the boat practically the same reasons u Mr. i ;
W. H. Price for the defense quarter, each member clad In white A number of the clerk and asslsUBU.bsve ''t
Odessa Mar II-j The Enfoptanvheat was destroyed by an explosion vrby Work,. ; -- ,,
situation L '! "earde4'IDoC plied question to Zapt in and to a quick step oa the snare already been sent :
conclusion tll"1
fire. No doubt high tide tonight At the of Mr. J"t1ee'1.rpmt.
rapid fire order for ful'y two and
Vjafaverable. The pesentsty prtcea rs drum marched down the street aal I otherswlll follow aa the material -4
win bring In not oo.y the floating )fro Minter W-tmberley.
The question put to Zapf a* to to the second story balcony of tae accumulate A few from A
, the highest quoted| In Russia
of the but other
remains yacht Mac city attorney of Macon. Ga., addressed whether Newcomt ttruek aY-
now the
Troy IIlldted Finley building on Data street.wherethe yard will been prac- V
lot decade. cent
a Beventy-five per court I
furnishings. the as a friend of the defendant the
answer tha Neweomb tlcally emptied of
ef the winter kia* been damaged strains of sweet music soon constructing material !
crop htt bee
Considerable excitement: and not as an attorney.
I' "slightly touched"
Troy and hIt I only that
by the cold and dry weather.'THE tittle at floated out on the air. Intended for use
caused among the eoUny Relating hiss acquaintance with Mr.
testimony on that line could not be here remaining.
In the street below n crowd of t
South Beach by The w;0.11:11:.g_ Mdno Troy the speaker stated that he did shaken the witness Insisting that
several hundred had gathered
' doubt U soon a* 'a* awe Upread not see how: the court eou'd granteontlntanen a Newcomb did not slap Troy but ;

STATE LEGISLATURES S over town the beach will be ; on such grounds as slightly toacheelhim.. The ., and these were soon augmented THE [ON6SNORENENS R '
b, other who came out .. soon a* II S STRIK
thronged.On those pat forth by the Bute's representative sistence of the witness on this .ID-I the music was heard. The band
I and cited a ease wberein ,wer brought forth chuckling
I under the of Henry
,.. ARE AFFEU THE Tour ot In..-tio* he urns concerned before the U g. the audience upon each occasion Chase played leadership only four or fire pieces IS NOW NEARING I
. Mr. J. E. Lummu left early Supreme Coots, and in which Jlllha'when It was used
but these were sufficient to convince
Wednesday morning In one of hlsjlaunche I Root naked: a continuance of tot e i! When asked which side of New I
Y i tbe that Miami one
!.. RAIIOAIISPhiladelphia I on a tour of Inspection o j jhis I!star that a4 might attend affairs of comb was Troy when the shooting Plain has a public permanent and eftVIn' ITS END

various commissaries located 1 State la the capacity held by him occurred Zapf ancwered that
bill+music organization, that unlike thothers.
: long the route of the F. E. C. ;has 8ecreUn> of State. Mr. WlmberI. right side was towsrd Troy TheJlsgram .
Das come to stay and tb.ylent .'
.I tztenstoa.asd will go through to ,ley then related the ruling made by : of the measurements and I their appreciation sal -
approval '
Key West before returning. He..u presiding Clef Justice Puller.wblen ,arrangement of the Zapt bar were In app'anse. ,
aecom anled by )(r. T. M. McRae n1 that he brought In I generous ,
May Is- PeesldenFinley In )ftaaC+ was could not by Attorney PrIce. and The bsnd Is strictly a fire department New
and one or two other friend continuance to Mr. Root | the witness York May It- the striking
. of the Southern Raltway.to- i, grant a aa asked to point out er-I orcsnliatlon aad Is under tbe longshoremen }
day addressed the convention of attorney to;! look after affair of bit l lain distances etc. but tbe court direct charge and management f today appealed too :>(
' colt Moved Into New Quarters office Setretary of State. ruled that as the Bruce A. Itma,. head of the Inter- I '
ton manufacturers teclaria* map or diagram Chief Hardee. and any receipts donations 4. n.tlonalt'rrilltll.: \'r
the demands for railway service In The Acme Bottling Work hare Mr. WlmWrley was followed by had nnt been properly: 1 dent+O ed. I or money that comes Into H. rived the who are
the South means the early Increase moved into their new quarter onCth Attorney Mf.( H. Price for the dew I It could not be used .t that time. Roes Into the treasury of the flre grass their demands steamer Adriatic to fi

In transportstlon facilities.He street between Avenues C and fendart ."*'o stated that he had A subpoena was ordered made for department to be used for lire department Falling In thin It ls ,t \

rid also that .Kfcrta; ..afe D. The building has Jast been completed practised for a number of yesrs.buthad Emil A. Ehmann. architect of West i; purpose a* tile emergenrv carry their reported theywilt l

.State legislation tends to make It and vas constructed especially never heard of a motion Of tne Palm Beach who drew the diagram art e*. Each and every membrof Ro serelt. Representative appeal to P-wllc-nt ..

41111I11'for the railroads to tllmds to accommodate. rapid's r nature made by Mr. Saunters, grant for defendant's counsel.At tbe organisation Is enthusiastic of the j
. steamrhlp companies '
for construction funds Th/ growing business of the concern. ed. adjournment ( p.m. Zapf i jin his work They ask no pay foi to Ismay will be fruitless.say 'he rppt-al' ,

a condition that is beginning toajare New machinery fixture, etc.. have (Vrtsimi! Telegrams 1MIInI.. war still on tile stand and Attor- their sertlces. thst Is. personal remuneration claim also that the strike '. Th'!y I j I

. { the railroad and every busts bern" Installed making the plant one At this hap of the proceedingsome l .but hive the same cheerfully Ing sad that the men will ] |
of the most thorough, la the Stat.i .. 1 Continued on Page S
hiss the country. discussion 1 was nest bet.eear for the upbuilding of tile fire tarn to work. b.k'i'{


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he Weekly Miami Mctropolisi STRENUOUS BISHOP THE DE4DLY- -- I
From,' Tn s Dully

... Right Rev Frederick Burgee, "Tftffti' .si.v 11finrlldlf the Lortl !wl,'. !It''' .'t"',.rn Mr.. \II'rr.t0 Runnel aer ea- ,

B. B. Tatnm. President 8 Bobo Dean. Sec.-Treu. Bishop of Long l-land was ?,iit.J mi iilinniinntinii uttfo him : ../ fixiiril ual aclo'is: manner entertained th*.
(1 1'
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY on tc' do some ", ".od ,. "r" I.mi, w'"It!; m.-ni'i.rs, ol th-, Woman" Club ye-
f/ntf Ii ,-." ami // /' Unit tmrcf/i -- -- In th first III.! ''-' s. \ > 't!1. Sav ,1 in-fit M/tr-dki'fli rdav
. . . . .ItOO i t. afterm u her home on A" y.
mOluba . . 1100( i One year '
Six nah I'r'.s. !)< ioo.t' up) lt the |p"Ii"| ri '
( mining lipflfrwlI'1'ilr'rbx. lii.Ht. n--e 1 he < ... 1 low.is .lying r
Those paying In advance wit, receive a year's subscription for $150 of ih.' Kev J K (*""kt of S- I all .tb'' K>m Pith **. sad

and U months subscription for 75 < ents Thii la a liberal dlfooun ti, tu Induct! ',, G.'r" s churl h llppiiHt..i[ ai. strictly advance paynjec. '''branded the Hoping\ rtJl..r' a. I (From Miami Record May JO'VIIISTI.INT ,!: *AffiJtn.it Manager MtDonarsonalty / and wh.'n all III' meu'Mn were aa

-- -- --- ttaltor 10 bin f.iPh andil the worst
--- a.'n1"1"1 an oidl&ahtnned! spelling nee
Entered at vhe ..... oOifi. vi.iu.1. Florida ai 1E'C00dcl... matter. S4' n"l1l0. ; the gut with vlioni In1 I w i" li.diilK d Ir This n used. flood

--,, .10'10| iKa \ : :' OIKI.S AND: |! ".- appeared H'. II. .",- f re.ilfior.. of nl' .-h-o, dare.
-- : i.-li< ng hit : ( tai .k on tl a ;-,'> tci.H t'llOWIMJ HENd: DonalJ. mho deposes and says that ii..l malt;) '1.1 leu <>t the s'1 Hit were
11:11''I \ \ IT. IH 7SEN.
i "K. ''I'; Jurat-si': /gate :, dir. < i in.i* Thr Int! e old hen of a. newspaper he ij manager o) the Western 'nion,, I old
t lo n /dt n wu-fhii of w,'.,, 'h aii't '', 1 r'1 Sml'C -i
lr..t'I' p- < TS n
dr1! -.1 I with PIm* ,'f .l--l.. f. PIIIK "Ib| \l-L't'l .troiinJ on\ Twrllth Telegraph Company's office .Miami
u the rhaLlun, upelVr 'n w n tn* .
; HUDSON WHAT BURBANK !; Mi..I i I Ix n ..laanil! t I- itti.l ,1-, ,i-t night' d.rt| .'.l from Us iim.ilii t'la.. ana Ih.llonn.......'''. the pith Hr.r grin. so Y'1",1! a et'ICor

AND HIS POLICY WOULD HAVE DONE j I :" ,. : II hl, I 'II I I. n ,. '. ,' ]1'.|. ni, of s'r' 1.'Iat.n' : to Inducen day of May. A. I).. 1901. al d .1'i ,, ,: inli.'lng! Ih. 1.n'! t the

I.'s-,110,1! .. ith a l.u S I1-' a !1"H' '" r wii.c. oVIor in the afternoon, there was h", ", h-rs.-lf Mrk 1 J Kolk .
\1 Ilu I., _" 'a1.1. I ; II 01'! i l.nlx.O> MUD wits' .1us til. ,54' h1' ... .' I..II.h, i- -. ,i.i-1. .
. ,., ,"' ...,,1 -J,. .'. .. n i 'Him.-: i-li 1 I li.i ; '.n-! "d 1 h., ,,"i-, : I' H 'I h. f.? s .> 'h.'t' frum, t5'--" ,ij rvrvivt-tl at the nffiie of the saijWestern P 'h.-u". I 1" r tl ,w '
,' .. ,'; I I. ,'t ,. J, "rte 1'I I t .. Ind i. g' "dt.I 'r -. t I't I1", -I'n.r, 1'5', .. i -,i 11] > M IK 1p'.1 i--e Union Ti'lfxraph (.'i>mf>uny .5-11 g w I. it a : I I'' B ,
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i's I ""I If' 1 i i td; leg sra! ,,110"I, : sh lId: out > ounKb<"rs level-' ) I'1., im.'tn,, i- .! .1' .i' u ,In City Water Is Said Oscar Rollins Had| tic -.n I I i-''rii.''atinn, 'r '
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in "I"! seei arvacrry of bit ui.rstir.iji I S',i 'i7. d I'tld t' a''red I'1 i i"orin
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: with Ilill* outalsi.ht't The th lr n tt stilt! 11:,, new world o< : hi.ii viI, n I bl'n"'pIttllit.' ami I (I 11.1$2 >.(><; oil > wh.-r. ;1I'tropeLs will regret to +.<. !lie caifiiienis and (loliremen? lire YMI ih.: h"<>t. It frvni in..inI, Him h"iMUIP UntoIaohundred.hire-I'Is i Ilf

(county jflltlde.i. yet, If n!t1t'I1' |>.-.rjronl I Burha'k ought; to be the first I If I tom ;,.Islit, La-I I nigh' I K.IVC In view( of tin fact tha' aim.' crlt- '' i From \\VdneU) s Dull ) .if T.-II Do.i..r each All" <' all
) of h.- peof-le of the north fnd \10 an ..t r'M" him i my! m.>I1. > and after l .-ailiitme lx aid and l Issued nil I'.nUj loll, 0'
hail lain made iel
lcii.ni : tue( to thPil.urity ,,
) With his legs crushed and rnangltd;
'.. dlfiston aid fifty cent1 of with a h. |Ito IMUiwlthout
ant per Children should not be permitted! ( asap put me aase'w.1.o1P.
thr 4te m the south end crt Dot to run ID the streets until! th..y are I n> tblnx tw f'aT trot thlnk- o( the wai r siil>l'll"d tee cltv from the thighs; down and his uo.ly ArikkIV .

opposed to the measure it has ten year old. It will hardly do to ''tng\ about It and got no angrthat I by the mater works <,omll'n14111>- : badly bruised Oar Rollins, a lid:; j| The pIIII..p. tn-t ,'is',<, ,non, i

no olbtr ilterncle but to submit keep' 'bent In the house until they ) did notiknow what I was doing" He erlntendent J. :.N; ld('( onllllt: ,. sent 1, man on the' )0' E. C. Railway, was shall hto perpetu.ti..Ittkle.
la' !graceln'ly to the wishes of the jr.-, that old. especla'ly in flats or I I pleaded 10 be alow' -d to go: bark to to the rheniUI it the Hydroitrapntcliureau : j! V.
majority; The Metropolis is with mnall-rocmtd houses A chit with 'his father, aid between sobs said : of the t 8. Geological Survey brought to the city this morningby I The business of I this co poratkm

the people] for the people, and by any sense can learn many things: '"Pop ain't to nail. HP beats mE'I>ut a sample of the water with a a special train for treatment In sha'l l I.e conducted t>> a Hoard ot ,

the people at all times. without any sort of Injury at school' | be don't mean no harm and my request that It be given careful an :he extension hospital, but tiled a Directors which shall ronsist! until'otherwise 't

D : Ijv the time It Is ten. City children mother's deal: and TIP'S all I got alyKU.The. short time after his admission thereto. ordered of Ib': -.. "Of'1III'
1 The father' record Is bad. HI'I result of the analysis was received '
are about as healthy as country: hers and by the following fficer I
STREET CARS children. Certainly' their' minds are: I \ was locked up andx his'treated today by Mr. MacLontRle and 'and .'If h other cent, and employ.ee i\ ;:..
AKD FENDERSt'p I as bright. The athletes, the run- bo) shoved'" unusual; filial shom-s tl'"* water now being deliveredto |''n The accident occurred at Kockdaie.' ,. a* may from time to 11m.f' employed ,.
nets Jumpers wrestlers and the like devotion, and neither slept nor ate the cut) to be quite up to the few miles south of this city.while namely : \ prettdent a vtee- ,
In' Savsrn they are' discussing ]are chiefly' produced by the cities I anything for two days until be H- mark for any purpose and that It I Rollins was switching a rock train presid'nt. a secretary jn.i i a treasurer. :

: street cars and car fenders the Overs'udy should be avoided, but na'ly succeeded In havjng!!: his parent U free from ubstance of any kind the exact details: of which cou d not Any two of the said ollres, .1- '
contention being set up by those more minds are dwarfed by ignor-; set fit*. The iltlie fellow's ''that could be an Injury to heath be learned. Information of the accl- .
'1 beat ILformed that tenders increase I, ante than o1'erle.rDIDI.II. story and his sad plight brought!!: ] and that the constituents. which It i, dent was communicated to the railroad I vice-president

the DuMiblUtles of street- car seildents. tears to the eyes of hardened police Contains, are such as are needed by <''I officials here and a special engine 'I person at the same time. 5rv
I official. He was placed in the hands',i he human body 1 ne result of the std each dispatched to bring I i he officers and other agents and
It Is recited: by the no-fender advocates J 1 THAT CASE, OF I' of the Children's Society in .plte Analysis was as follows: iup| the Injured man. ..mplo)_ shall he elected. by the f

that tests have proven fend-1 I MALICIOUS SLANDER of his appeals to be returned to bl.j Constituents\ Parts per million Immediately upon arrival. here | hoard of directors, aDd the board of

era unsuccessful In that the number I father. Missing the dead Turbidity . . . .. Rollins was transferred to the hospital directors shall h* ..n
of accidents In place where they I Editor Abrama. of the Tavaret he turns with hungry heart to the Suspended mailer . I 4 I where Drs. Jackson 8Raggsand xtockhrjders at are suet are greater than in places I Herald and Cartoonist Taylor have brutal father because "he's plI\ Total solids at 17< Fah. alb Gramllng set about to save. his which aha I be held on the first Mon

where they are not used. This is''' plead guilty and been fined for malicious : got." Not much for the lltt'e wall Silica . . . 2,5 life but he was too badly hurt.and day of July of each year .--

particularly true of children because: slander of ex-Governor Jennings. to have bat he felt the blood tie. Iron . . . . trace ( weak from loss of blood to survive I'ntll tbe Hrst Annual m IDr.III.'iI:
with them the center of gravity'' The result of the trial will. he I yearning for some sort Of Calcium . a. . '0 and died in a short time business of Mid corporation shall Bw '
la low aad the fender have to clear no doubt come aa a surprise to tb.De..p.l..r friend and he preferred his dad to Magnesium . .' 1.% Rol'lns was a young man about ron'ncted by John B Rogers, who .
the track for same distance to beoperated fraternity of the State and stranger, notwithstanding his crnely. Sodium and potassium is I wenty-one years of age.and belonged; shall b* President acd Treasurer and
we expect to see both Abrams and' 10 the main line service of the Y.E. .
with pace,. This cause''< t Carbonata radicle . U L. A Conly. who shall be vice-
children to be knocked down aad Taylor sverely arraigned for their, Little tragedies. akin to this ore Bicarbonate radicle . 2*) C. Railway. The body Is being: president and secretary
thrown under the cars. I conduct. By their plea of guilty,: more common than we think among: Sulphate radicle . M I held at the hosv ital waiting instructions Article {'i.

Another. (cause for accidents trac- { they' contested to the charge of malicious hat class which lives In the halt Nitrate rsdWJe 0.10 from St. Augustine as to The said corporation shall not at

able to fender b the fact that they i \ slander.It world and from the .nlre of which Chlorine . . . 2VKTATK what disposition to make of it. ) any! time subject Itself to any Indebtedness
I Icara. should be the purpose of no .\1N>UIf'r ..arcHieai' ,
add considerably I to the length ot heroic souls sometimes shine fl>rt bARE or liability In caress of '
I newspaper to slander defame or In Dr. J. M. Jackson war called to"Vlrsy
This cause* accidents to blpI D I Fifteen Thousand Dol'ars.Article .
thai any other manner seek to Injure a DIV1KIOXHISTORIC F.DAI. early last evening to admin-
I pea otherwise would not orcnr. I VII. t
Also that motormen will takegreater person by faire publications. Sometimes -; YOU CLEANING later to Mr. rilll. agent of the f. I The name )and residences of the

Chances tit running down a'' such publications will occur, UP YOUR PREMISES? i Tbe Florida State, Division of the E C. Railway at that point who subscribers to the stork of this corporation ,'
person when their car la equipped' through error, but this la the Drat .1 i eDited Daughters; of the Confederacy tad suffered the breaking of one ot'''; trgether with the mount
with a ftnder. | Instance we recall' In a long time The DeSoto County :News' In its gives each year a medal for tbe his I legs while attempting to board i of stork subscribed by each, are a*
[' where an editor by his plea which'can last Issue asked this through freight train. The Injured
These statements furnish food for I! pertinent question 'best essay on the life and achievements a follows
reflect and becomes a matter of be construed In no other manner which Is applicable to the season of some famous leader of the member was ret and drraeedandwhile I'I John B. Rogers. Miami Fla. 1'
local later*** I. tllat the city counrtl than an open confession of guilt. and which we dedicate to the Confederacy. The subject assignedfor the break la considered a bad shares
has Ordered the Miami Electric I has been forced to admit that he people of Miami and Dade county: tbe present year was Genera. one. the limb will be save,[ and patient L.A. Coolev./ Miami Fla. 1 share.

Hallway Co. to Install fenders on wilfully and maliciously sought to 'Are yon cleaning up your premises Albert Sidney Johnson and the contest : recover.' W Emley Walton. :Miami Kla 1
their can. If the fender Increases i Injure another. and trying to keep' clean us the wa open to all students to the -1 share 1
the possibility of accidents we don'lw..t I I At the beginning of the proceedings hot weather. comes? Now that It fol'owtng Institutions: SEWING Cl.fB CTTEKTAIXF.il Witness the hands. of the .said subscribers

them, but If they decrease .C.IDK"__. Abrama and has been proven beyond a shadow ota The State College for Women at this tbe Utll day of May, ;'
these possibilities they should be In- 'i Taylor ei-Oovemor Jennlnjca had lit-. doubt that file from the stableor Tallahassee; the University: of the ( From Friday's Dally ) A. D. 107

stalled. The matter ls one that | tl. sympathy from the public bat the closets often bring typhoid germsto : Stetson University: at DeLand. and The Sewing Club was entertained Signed ) John B. Rogers 1
should lieII".. careful < situation has changed "and the admission food why not try to shot them Rollins College: at Winter Park. yesterday afternoon by Hiss Lillian L. A Coo ey 4|. '

tion. 'ODlldere'l of guilt by the defendants mast out? Screens on the doory and The medal has Just been award.! McOahey, who mad a moat gracious W mly Halto) i.
,i tend to their political and social In- windows and \lime outside ands gen by the Judges to Ole essay offeredby hostess. I State of Florida'

The 8t11 rt Enterprise Is a new jury.! It la to be regretted that the eral olean-np are all cheapV)' thansickness. Mir Reynolds. of the State Co'- This little (club while rney have ( ('00 al,. ot, Dade

weekly paper pub'lshed by the Lee* ranks of Florida journalism tan been lege for Women at Tallahassee. So Just lots of fun at their meetings, I On this' day, before -ne. the undersigned I
Publishing Co.. ttuart. Dade county, besmirched by men who were con- "Then are you sure your drinking signal a victory In the Intellectualfield combine the useful with the!' pleasure notary public In and for '
Fla.. the first issue of which has been fdJered to occupy foremost places water Is Just the thing? Ho much I should conclusively testify to and make the needle fly as they '
received at the Metropolis office, la It. sickness has been traced to the wat- the character of the work at the merrily laugh and chat. ap-peared

.where It has the wish of long life -0 er. If from shallow wel's! why not tatate College. The competing 'essays Miss McOshey.. during the afternoon 'ey' and W Emley Walton' If' m*
and prosperity. Some men who believe they have boll It and keep It on Ice? Then' were Judged by their historic served d4irlous cream sal well known to .be; the persons described -

a alight acquaintance with the Lord, even Jeep water sometimes has too I accuracy.hflr general arrangement, i cake and grape 'vice. The young In and .. ho signed the foregoing
t -e will be sorely disappointed when St. much lime for many weak. systems.A their tone and spirit and their composition I 'adlea present yesterday afternoon I articles. of Incorporation and
I What are you doing and saying Peter directs them to the wide but stone filter will take much of the and style. were: Miss Gertrude Falllgant.Mlsa they severally acknowledged before '

: for Miami? Wht-op >r up. We have crooked road leading to Hell. They lime out. Keep the sewer pipes of JID Watson.. Mir Effle !Martin. I me that they signed the "same
got the greatest and best little city will there get deserts that can not the human system open for refuse An unauthenticated report was la Miss Mary Alice Martin Mir Gertrude purpose therein exp-esned
t In the Ita... and the country for be given them on earth. matter. circulation this morning that tbe Ivlns, Mir Elizabeth Hill In witness whereof I have h rorJ'tllf'

.;' that matter sad the people of the .. "Cost trouble and money yon "1'. misting yacht Rita has been picked Mir Lottie Maynard and Visa Eva 'I unto set my haad and seal thU
world should know It Advertising The wilful liarworse. than the Tee but cheaper than sickness. Prevention ip at sew, floating bottom up. ant Mackenile.Mlsa day of May A D IM7
pays at all time ao matter what Itatture. thief. The latter you can lock from Is better and cheaper than towed Into Charleston.. The report Gertrude Ivlns will entertain (lSea11 s A Boetv i.

but the former you can not. cure. could not be verified. &the club next week :Notary Public


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city Charter Revision Committee CJ. BRADLEY RESIGNS! or may or hereafter set of Individuals be engaged that In I I|': ORDER FOR_PriHJCATIOX ORDER t"ORIIUc.n.U! I

of the! business
or businesses
In the Circuit I
Seventh Judic
I herein enumerated is will enable the II lal Circuit. bade County KlorlJj la the Circuit Cost Seveath J....
Mr. Watson said (corporation comp+:iv, individual I .t
Addresses Letter to HIS POSITION AS or el of Indiv duals to maintain In Chancery- lab la Chancery Clrralt..... County ,'lorM:

and operate their b.ulr.es In '
City of :Miami
unction with each other and to 'I ,'

AGENT HERE[ [ any merge other Its stock compnni or consolidate within or without with- I J Hobbs vsL. and. The I City of Ulanlv

Stttiat Reason Why Charter changes; are Deemed Necessary, Review.Uf this State, doing; the same or a I Tropical Company Home a corporationForeclosure Improvement. Jonas Dot n.ne '

similar kind of business or busmen I Tropical Home Improvemeat ':

Work of Committee and Opposing Amendment By Mr. Watson. e.; to borrow' money at such rates Tax Lisa. Company, a corporatloa.Foreclcsar. ;

of Interest and upon such terms a* I I ) Tu Uea.
M.r. Charles H. r.radley. agent the It appearing b.-. alPdailt appended
company or In board
of dlrec- | [
of the F. E. I. the tll filed In the ajrave stated) j
C, Railway and P. Ion uuthoriae '
| may and to execute: It apP<'arlat{ bv affidavit :
cause that L. J Hobbs 'the defend- 'p| ad-4
&: O. S. S. Co., In this city, has ,one or more truck deeds or mort- I ant th-te //0 th* bill! filed la tie above state!
named. I Is -
I n non-resident
The following letter addressed by Rites the w widest publicity, and she eac"(1 of al: I the properties owned by a use that Jonas
resigned! his (position and will )leave of the State of Florida, and his re- Davis, the d.feodtant. ,
l>ople urged to attend through meprwia 'I..id companto see uro such loan. : therein I
the Miami city Charter Revision I ldent named is a aoo-ml-
for Jacksonville as soon a* his suecessor is unknown and that there1
and Individually. The p.rpose sand, to sel. mortgage, sub-let.pledge, dent of the State
i Commit to Hon. J. W. Watson j I. no |x>rnon in the State of "'Iorld.a..th. !, Florida and his
i changes were published In will have arrived and aaaum- i shirr, team- or con\e the property of | aertlcw of a subpoena !i Jreddeooe I la unknown and that there ,

to se iplHnator) : the pap- and everyone IDtP.tf'.t"U ed charge of tbe office. ( *ald corporation the whole or any upon (I. no person In the State of Florida.
whom would bind
( urwrd to be present to discuss: I part thereof In the discretion I of 'he such defendant j i the| service of
1907. a
Miami. May 12. Mr. Bradley has been a resident i I that| Hid defendant L. J. Hobbs subpoena upon whom

Mon T W' W atson. I r ratlf or reject The meeting was ,of Miami for nine years next: Sep- hoard ol directors, and to !subscribetor ''is over the aee of twenty-one | would bind such defendant that said "
is Vepre..enUtie| one and was as puuhaMrec < l\'", Auld lorI rear defendant. Jonas
House of Representatives. | (ember coming here soon after the I own. |it IK lher..f< r d that said non- I Lravla. t* ever Ihe a;

TtJIahasne$ Kla {I largely) attended a. It usually tbe ,clt) was created and when the agen-1 Diestuient for speculation sell d,. res.en! : cle ,,r he and la hereby age; of twenty-one year; It Is tbere-
where tAr public Interests are I..o,-e of, and make aJ\uice fore
Dear bir We have seen the letter r.aM was a very small one since that upon. requ red tv.,. i to the bill of that said lIon-rnldont ;

; you addressed to Mr. I. Cohen the l...ue When the meeting adjourn j'y his responsibilities! hare citiiultaneoualy land loans I the stocks share:*, bond complaint, flled In said cause on or |I defendant be and Is hereby required -

( eaalrn ,n e-< in response to hit ; d without dar and the committee grown kith tbe cityua- 'r securities and obligations of other before Monday, the third day of :' to' appear to the bill of compialai

enjlng OL.' ropy of amended had lIuullturno>d over to you 1 tit now the agency here Is the second +corporations whatwk..er whether 10- 'June. A. D 1907. otherwise the 'ritM In said cause on or before liony -
'the result the people had reason to the !cated or Initiated; engaged in o? da Ibo third! day of June A.
| with on East U.
nane request that you Intro- l Coast Jacksonville a'li>Eitloni of s.tld bill will be taken I ,
huppoii that since the question has pursuing one or more of the kinds I I 1907 otherwise the
being the allegations of
duo and UIH your efforts to have : largest. | as confesM by said defendant. I
t before them fur the halt of business of _lit !
lieen Indicated sald bill
past purposes object be taken
tII tami passed In the Legislature/ I I Just who will take Mr. Bradley'place a I It Is further ordered that this order ] as confessed
and they had performed theiriiat. herein or owning or holding! by said defendant
and In bl' h letter I I tori| :
w you suggest one baa not yet been decided by be published once a week
not a* the were Interested i ny properly| of any kind mentioned It la further '
i .
> ordered that
| or two other imendments. and cl ,* the company but It 1* presumed | elxht, consecutive: 71' t* IP the MI- I this orjder -
"y saving I bate a few letters opposing |lor' in llfferent. that it war now upI some agent will be transferred to (II..rf"n or of any corporation{ bold: I ami :!1"troxnla. a newspaper pub- be published once a week tor t.I
I Ito their representative In the Legislature ,net or owning; the sock or any i i eight consecut.ve week la th 1
i th passage of the charter Miami, which "'11be\ a promotion llished In sad county and State. j Mllaral -
sad ri. quoting tbat the hill not that the passage of the measure Mr. Bradley has been In the I obligations of any such corporations| !I' This 30th day of :stitch. O17 :Metroriolls. a newspaper pubilished .
em- ,
depended solely on his lavor or and while I the owner of any such in sad
I pass 1'l'r.DIIIy: I heartily approve ploy of the F. E. C. Railway Co ,, (Seal) Z. T. :MerrlU. i! county and State.
stock bonds or o'h'r: ob'lcatlons'! I This 10th ,,
t dfnfavor.I ot Clerk day of Mj h, il"+ .
>> of1 and shay vote for it .taa for nearly fifteen In Circuit Court
i I There Is reison: then for surprise years and th e I holding the sinit as 'ol'lIt'ral or i I Seal Z. T. Merit.
election but as representing all harness of railroad business since Redmoi-1 Gautler Ji
'when you announce that while yoa I otherwise, or In trust to exercise all Clerk Circuit Court
the Solicitor! for V! t
people and In order that all canJexpreM lilt and now will i Complainant
themselves, I snail otter an I lure heartl y In favor of tbe' eharter from active bus-ness practloally retire the] rights, powers, privileges and I' [ Redmonil 1 R Gautlrr '..
such ha
and shall vote for It rt an election, as ownership thereof and to exercisean Solicitor for Complainant.
adment submitting It to the been ORDER FOR I ULlC.\TrOV: I
peo I his for so many years.Clt h I "
and all
you shall offer an amendment to | voting powers thereof; I
Mrs. Bradley, he will take bi I
up s providing that no such conflict
rjjThe undersigned hare devoted suf- again submit it to the people. This ( home /In Jacksonville and there I i iprobab'y orIolal" acts In the Circuit Court Seventh Jn.IU- I OltDKR FOR "{'JU.I'!.\TIOJ:
the general 1awsand I
1 del: thought time and labor IS place the people who have participated I live the balance of their |110 jwlth, ; | fat I Circuit. Dade County rlurida. l
make such hy-laws In furtherancehereof r
In \arlous meetings abo'leIn
[ assisting in the preparation of this I days. Their I In Chawerj. I '
only child. Mrs. K' D
mentioned. the awkward predlcament as maybe necessary or advan'ns'ous. |Iitl the Circuit Court Feveath Judicial -
[ fharte to feel 1 that they |iGrtfflng I
are JustlI resides In Jacksonville andto .
and to Clr ult. Dale
of that have been exercise Couaty FIoMJi.
i r
feeling theft
I fled In submitting to you brleflr thtofowing be : City! of Miami .
| near her with I '
coupled .
I doped If you hold to this position the : a ich. powerj as may t>e ne- v In CbaDcn, .
facts and argnmentaA : desire to retire from arduous dull.... *
I p..r invenlent to the -
they will have for the list six months purposes
France D Wilson\ and
discussion by member ot tbe 'Its the principal cause for the *
I City: council. and other citherns, ol labored under a de'nslon: since tbe Mr. and Ira. Bradley have change I .ristnrsaes of this corporal :S.: Griffith! Davis. I City of Miami .
endeared -
d to bus, exercise: and
unutual method was adopted ot first
I the conflicts] and embarrassmentVaavoldably s themselves to Mlamlans Foreclosure Tax Lien vs.
aswelt enjoy the rler-is, .
powers and
refetring the bill to tie people and 9. Griffith Davis.
Incident to cur present as many others who have made
prlvll sft granted to corporations bvhe ,
form c T every opportunity given them for It appearing bv nf.lavlt appendel Foreclosure Tax Lien. '
!government resulting In their acquaintance, and their departure general laws of the State of
't1linl '1 an expression It Is reasonable to assume I to the bill filed In the above stated '
( a public meeting at shirt from here will I be deeply regretted Florida. i
y were present This was In tbe I that (he bill can be safely In-I I by their friends. Mr. cause! that France D. Wilson and S |I It appearlr.g oy nOnUvU: append .

I latter part of last October At tbit traduced especially since the one owns one of the finest homes Eradley in Miami Article/ 3. The capital stock of ,Griffith Davis the defendant thereIn 110' the till fil>d la the above stated :

[ meeting a committee was named tprepare who presents it for passage is "heart situated on 12th said corporation shall be twent) I named, are non-residents ot the cause that S.: Griffith Davis, the defendant -

and submit amendments to fly /In favor" of It. It all mta.utHI I Halcyon Halt Hotel street! opposite thousand dollars (f 10000.001 to be State of Florida. and their residence :;I therein named. It a nonresident ;

I The people at a subsequent time but had first to be passed on by the peop'e. property. besidesolber divided Into :200! share of the par I It. unknown and that there la no person I of the State of Florida, and J

j prior to the convening ot the L 'gts> referred to the Leglslatnie for Mrs. Bradley hats been In Jacksonville value of one hundred dollars (1100)) I 1 In file State of Florida, tbeservice his residence Is unknown and that ,-11

j lainre. You were made a Its consent to again go to the people I I for rat b. All or any part .of the! capital of a subpoena upon whom there Is no ptrson la th* State of '
member I several
| ef this committee, but excused: at there would be little need for tbe i of their daughter weeks who at the bedside I Mock of said corporation mapn be j I would bInd! such defendant that Florida the service of a subpoenaupon r;
I Legislature I Dee payable or Issued or used for the said defendants France D. Wilson | whom would bind such defend
your and | W
request suggestion tbat
yds seriously 111 with
would pass on the bits merits in tlit'' You say tbat the people should will return to typhoid fever but I I purchase of property{ labor or seer I[Uad S. Griffith Davisare over the I "nt. that saij defendant. S. Griffith i..
Miami In few ,
[ House For the several months tb* pass upon the measure at the polls and to ,a days I >ices at a Just valuation thereof to be kge of twenty-one years; It Is there i"Davis is over the age of twenty-one '!
Icommltte* had tile matter under adTlsement > and thereby make the charter popular their prepare future home.. for Jacksonville .I.fixed by the board of director.. I for ordered that sa. I nonretlld"rtdefendanla ; i i| rears: I It I I. therefore ordered tbat

1 It was In constant and The people" can not be made +I I Article) 4. The term for which the be and are hereby re'quired [ i said nO -realdl'nt! defendant be and 1

[ close toulhlh the people the omc* i I to vet at the polls any more thanthey FOR IXOT1CE i I-ard ,'oflHrat.on shall exist ..ba1be :' to appear to the bill of cornb| ls hereby required to appear to tbe ]
I Bolder parr office Holders and pro*, I could be forced to attend tbe 99 years. |( l plaint filed In old cans on I ill of complaint filed In said cause ,'.

[ pectlve office! boilers: also thoel meeting They can be persuaded to Article 1 5.> Tie business of said I'fore' Monday the third day of June |(': on or before Monday .the third day ,

I vote by Interested parties on tbe of the Interior A. D. ] 907. otherwise the allega-1'of Junes A D. 1907. otherwise t&. ;
J woo whit< hi ring larpe property in. :I ('orlooraUon{ shall be conducted b;, I .
Iterests here were not qnaJIB-M to :lone side or the other but In tbls Land office at Gainesville, Kla, the following officers: A president lions of said bl'l I wtjl be taken a* | alleita'IOns; of said bl'l will be taken .t

express: th -Ir wishes lit tha case they are echoes sad either not April IS 1'JuT a vice-president.! secretary' and treasurer I confessed by said de! ndaul.. | as confessed by said defendant t

mracient'y interested financially or Notice Is It Is further ordered that this order It I I. further ordered that this nrIder ;
[ Th* methods adopted by other JIOi..1 hereby siren that This and a board of directors of I [ ;

were studied instead ol calling I not competent to vote on a city's topper C. LloyJ or Naranja. Fla., 1 I three, The office of secretary and be published once a week lorI )I be published once. a week for ;;

constitution. Should tbe charter be has filed notice of I eight; consecutive w tit' in the MIami eight censetutiva w *>kj la the :Miami -
| One othe pub to meeting, and mat. his l Intention .. treasurer may be held by the ..ameII'rlIOn.

ng Its final reton. the ( referred to the people at the polls make final commutation proof 1 In.1 The board of directors ma Metropolis! a newspaper Metnv-jiU. a newspaper published :.

et with the people and 'ommltl"1 I I and there be approved it would be support of his claimvli: HomesteadEntry he changed from time to t'me' by the T'ILAet 1: in said county and State.I Pllb-I in. sa.d county and State r ..

la more definite : "", s '! no more "popul r" with those whoI No 11.212'mad' Dec o 1 !'01 b iv-laws brine at no time! I Isar 'hin i I This 29th day of :March. 1 !lit Thli Soth day of Mir.h. 190, : :t',

I the people gave bv,, srrertlng: one ot j 1 I I I voted against, than n now la On for the lie 1-4 section: 21, townsnlp 'I three or more than nine The (llr.-<-- I Seal/ Z. T. :Merrltt. i I'( Seal ) Z. T. :Merrltt. '

I t1l"0'a of ara n4tcents. and In* ]i the contrary, reference to the people 151 south range J9 east and that tors shall be elected by the .1..knol.l! 1 I. ,' Clerk Circuit Court. Clerk Circuit Court ?

j struct, the coanmttee| to embody j l would afford a magnificent oppor1 said proof will b* made before U. 'era at each rrf'E'lllIlt.I All other OII Redmond B. Oautler. tvl B Gautler.iollcilor I' :
I them la the C'lIJIrttr. and ute tit. tuntty for the formation of faction S. Comml loner :Rellly at Miami I risen of said corporation shall be Solicitor for Complainant fur Complainant. .i

[expedition oecesMry to Insure n. {j; and the throwing of mud. to say Fla.. on Jane K. 1807. t. erted annually by the- directors I I' : TO CREDITORS
nothing JSOTICK :
I readiness for Ito Introduction ana ; of delay and expease The He names the following witnesses The annual meeting of this corporation ORDER FOR PtTlUC \TIOX

I passage In the present Lf>".latut$. 1 I' advocates, of the measure acted In r to prove his continuous residence i shall be held on the first Mon- ,.

When the work of the committee good faith and openly; personally ,upon and cu'tlvit'.on! of the land. day of February: until the officers 1 In the Circuit Court.. Seventh Jnd'eI i In Court of the County Jndge.Stats ;4

was finally completed still another ]i they are disinterested except as lay'rltliers. ; via: electe.1 at the first annual meeting I i sal Circuit. Dade County f'lorU*. of Florida Dade county. ;1

land third meeting of the people was and In their various coat I O. W. Moody of .Naranja Fla.; II hall) be qualified the business of I I|I In Chancery. In re $stat. of Matilda A. :Mortal I'

(taped and the report bf the comm1a- |I'I conferences municaiions .Ih ti and their personal George Ellis, of \aranJa. Fla. : B. ,b. corporation shall be conductedby i To all creditor. lrs> ater.. distribu '
jtse with few dliwent! you they IIa ve L. the following officers'R :
rote was approved March of Naranja. Ha.; II. n City of :Miami

[ sn amendment proposed 1 la 1 I I nothing to on..al.To 'Harrison of Black Point.Fla.. J. Bishop, President. v.. I tees and all persons having claims:

jtbe meeting and one which the co* the objections that the proposed I, Henry S. Chubb .j I )Ir.. E R. Russell. VicePresident.J Chas. W. Lee and or demands against' said estate; ;,

[ mitt,, had ten oPf'oto abo'Isa :1 factional charter is not Democratic or 1 is Register. J. Bishop Secretary and Treasurer John W. Lee. I You and each of you are hereby ,
1 <
or possibly not (
he city's court prevailed with a j Foreclosure Tax: Ue n. notified and required to present say .
reply la that It merely purports to I I .
light majority With this excepUoa be a business proposition, looking: XOTICK OP INTENTION. : TO I The following: Mrs. E. }t. nilI- claim and demand which you or ;4

[ the vnanlmtty was marked I to a better and more economical torn> ; I APPLY FOIL l.ETTKIW; PATENT sell R. J. Bishop and J. J. Bis-1 I It appearing oy riflJivit Appended either Of you may have against the ,' {
There has been no effort on tb* the b'll filed In the above stated
I of government for the administration bop shall act as director until the 110 I estate of :Matilda A :Moffat. deceased i iI.

I part of a few to take "snap jutImeet' > of the peoples' affairs. Tbe I Notice ts hereby given that on tb,. lirst auBnal roe r1nR. 'i| 'cause that Chas. W Lee and Jonn lata of Dad county. Florida tothe :
J on the public. or to "rallrosd ; IK'i Lee. the defendants therein I.
administratrix of "
I lie Incident to 20th of The first meet'ng1 ,
In or organization
the measure through sneafclngly ot one your i day May. 1907 the undersigned ,named are nonresident of the ...
aid elate within
I I two from
I hastily The saHeat position are real and not theoretical, and their associates will 'of the stockholder for the purpo 8 I, years
features of tile a pIpiT State of Florida and their residence .
the dote hereof.
I proposed charter hsve> been under nor can they be loglciTIy shirked. to the Honorable N. B. Brow-; 'of completing; the organization andh[ I. unknown and that there I I. no per- I ,,
Dated MUmi Fla. Sc.vf'mbt'r U
[consideration and discussion for sit nesoectfully. aid governor of the State of Florida adoptingthis charter shall be heldon son la the State of Florida the srv'ce ,
% the third day of Jute 1907. |I A. ISO* .1
months: they hats been Ilacnis sued Mitchell D. Price for Htters parent Incorporating of a subpoena upop rbotn !' Jnnl o.

the street and In the papers, be- T. V. Moor. the nnCarsIgned and their associates Article C. The highest; amount 01 would Mad such defendants th A. BrtMsler.

( odes In the meetings called for tbe Isidore Cobea. Into a corporation under and by Indebtedness, to which this corporr a- (I said defendants. Chas. W. Lee ads | tdmlnlstralrlx of the ewtat of 'vo

] purpose Each meeting has tx>en I J.V.. "9111.. '' virtue of the lawn of Florida lion can at any time subject ilaelf !I John W. Lee. are over the age .1| :Matilda, A Mortal, deceased ii

and by tbe name of the Royal Phar I,: shall be forty thousand dollars twenty-one years; It 'Is therefore or-1
and In accordance with I Ihe i $411.000.001. i|jdered that said non-resident defend I :\rl'tln; FOR PI'ULIC.ITIOVD i;

>plendid Winter Home to Be Btillt- -I Im.'y.: proposed charter ot the ,i Article 7. The names snd re.1- j I an's be and are hereby required to
of the
said company which they hate d, ixes of the Incorporators and tbeof appear to the bill of complaint Bed partnient Interior. :

!adopted as their articles of : amollnt capital stock subscribedfor In said: cause on or before 3donda y. Land office at Gainesville Fla ;

Near Buena Vista by Mr. H. Wells ,"ation to-wrt Ilcorpor-j hy each are' I. the third day ot Jude A. D. it)7. April IS. 1907Xo .

; ProiNMiect Charter of otherwise. the alle <-. '<,pi i>f aid 1 ic* I U hereby given I that Walter r::
RoyalPharmacy. E R.
Mrs Russell of : Dado
i !I'I' Miami .\d II ." Count Florida. SO share' Mil ,11 be taken as confessed by I !
cad defendants. notice of his intention to make final '"

[Hone Will Be Erected During Summer-Will Be Of Concrete, Ind e- !\ The incorporators have associated hereinafter file undesigned m-- I t aunty H. J.. Florida.Illshop.SO ik shares Laad'olna la ].I 1 I' la further ordered that this or'der commntttion proof In support of his i..,

1 be published I once a week tor claim til Homestead Entry .' |i solves together for the purpose of J. J. Bishop, of Da) tona Beach'
tractable and Fire Proof-Description of The Building ,j eight consecut vj w'!<.kH In the Mi-; :3/ .00i. made July 11. !1'4): far { ;
) II effecting under and by virtue ot tilaws e Volusla ('OUDI). Florida 100 share *
''ami Metropolis, a newspaper Dv tr the W half of .e 1-1 and e -'. of h
----- of Florida a corporation and It witness whereof the subscribing!
I II fished In sad county and State. 'w 1-4. sermon :2t, township St a.. .;
as their articles of Incorporate incorporator have b..r'unto..tIh..lr .
I Another magnificent winter horn rooms a |I L. J. Hobbs and Th. range 40 K and that laId proof '.t
I opening onto tbe second.i::a lopt the following: bands and ..
1 ( Seal) Z. T. Merrltt. will be msde .
before U $ Commisstoner 3
|oas of the finest In the county. Is to story porch, resting room, llnea 1 1closet I Article 1. The name of this corhos R J. Bishop. ( heal It I Clerk Circuit Court. -
I Rand
at Miami Fla. on Jane, '
lie erected the I and closet The late poratlon shall be the J. J. Bishop. < Sesl 1 > :
daring present summer ; Redmond B. Gautler.Solicitor .
( wood work wilt: be finished In whIi tM. j! raacv" andU business :'I.'t.eP ::. :Mrs E. R. Russell senI 1) I IS 1911. 1
Mr Wells for
| by Henry on hU I Complainant He
names the following wltaeotteato I ;
construction of the housebeen oas State of Florida
property Just beyond the Ii j l ducted In tbe State of Florida anu ,
corporate prove his con:!nuon residence )
itndied with County of Volusla I
ramlu of Miami near Buena Vista carefully reference i tuny other States of the United State* In the County Judge's Court i>ad*
II sad cultivation of the land.vis.
to the climatic condition here. 'of Th s day personally appeared before I upon JI
j America or foreign I
[ aid completed, If possible" In time any country County Florida.
I ( long horiiontal lines and shadows I I whenever me H. J. Bishop and ; J. I Frank Hohbs. of Larkin F"a : J.tJ. .
for occupancy next: wlntenI necessary or convenient.Tne In rf Estate of Elizabeth J. Moore. '
I Harder. of Cocoa
Grove Fla
forming the key-note of the romp o- principal office of the Bishop, who are well known to mend I
The house concrete eorpora- Deceased. I
Is to be of |
I sltlon. The second story windows known to me to be the persons J. J. Hin'on. of Cocoanut Om+ve, ,.
shall be located In the
1 city otIMiami
throughout, walls Notice of Final
partitions floor Discharge
*. will be shaded by a five foot described In and who executed the Fla. ; B. S. Potter of Cocoanut
I root, etc., making It absolntely It- pro1Jectlng I county ot: Dade and State of I Public notice\ 1* hereby given that r
Grove Fla
cornice formed by continuI Florida. (foregoing charter and articles of Incorporation I I ,
1 dest notable and fir. grout The I I I on the 20th day of July. A. D. 1)07. .#
tbe roof \ Henry 8. C'bubb.Rf'ct.l..r.
I rng construction and pat iArticle I. Th severally acknowledged I- ,
e ol *; general nature of .
nr body the house will! be two the undersigned will file his anal r.-
nellng the soffit under the cornice : the business to 1 bf transacted the that they executed: the came :=
heat i high Still feet, placed pars- ( by I(port with the Honorable A. K.! HeLer. -
( M with the bay with a One story I 1111 s wide frieze of Inlaid Jlprntaa said corporation {shall be to owof n. for the use and purpose thereinexpressed. | County Judge ot Dade county.
effect of : ,
[ service wing SlxIS feet on the' eal setting i manage, maintain and operated a I' 'Florida and ask for his final dlsjrharge -
jewels.I The windows leaded at !drne store or drug stores for treISSi Witness my hand and official teal 1 ,

|[ Sort end suite and on the a corresponding south end. bedroom I j. those In the first story wl',1 be p I of drugs, either at wholesale I or this 13th Jay of April 1907. I II / as administrator of said estate For Final Discharge

I On the road front there will be t tected by awnings retail; to prepare and compound prescript (Seal) John Sewell. In Court of County Judge. State of #
In this house the archltectMr. \T.C Ions J. Hall Brnmsey.Notarv .
I am extrance porch huh forte cochlre I to buy, manufacture and Administrator. Florida ;"(
DeGarmo of this city haa Public State a: Large/ .
worked sell
I drugs and drbg compounds, tot l-
extended over the+! drive .II.! ott I In re Estate of C. B. Crockett, Jr., .

the bay front there will be a 14 by I| design toward and the for most the logical absolute and fitting et articles, hooks, stationery, notions I Mr comm'fwlon' expires: July 16.1808. \.* If as 'm..h a* (toe krfeller. Dade County \;#
Jl4rfeet.1 and any other articles of merchandise !State' of Florida
| t4 porch connecting with terrace everlartlng construction I Notice I Is hereby given to all whom r
I across the who'e front TIle first requires I usually htandjej by druggists ountv of Orange If yon had all the wealth of Rockefeller. It may concern that on the! 2'h'

I floor Is to be of marble cement maintenance more over the minimum for and In drug stores throughout; the Personally appeared before me.Mrs, the standard Oil magnate lay of September. A D U91. I .

while the second Boor will be of country: to posse. acquire hold I F. R. Russell who Is .e'l known you could not buII better medicine I! shall app'y to the Honorable) A. E ..r

I wood laid over a roncrt'te'ron.trutI I Momach own. lease, buy br set] real estate. to me and known by me to be tht. I for bowel romph.int. than ("humher1in 1 Heyvr.Jodge; of said Court, .. Julg* ?'f

[ tiosThe roof will be '' fat a* I Sue Martin TroablewMrs. stock and personal property nON,<- : person described In and who exec ut- I In s Colic. Cholera and DiarrhoeaRemedy. i i of Probate for my final discharge .

U s* those of the one storyTOUC ly an old and high! isary for the proper maintenance of (.d the foregoing; charter and articlesf : The meat eminent phisl1lcian a* Administratrix of the estate etc

and porches which will be Miss.respected, was tick resident with! of FalaonU, said Business. or deemed to be > of InrorpocKtlon and who IU'knowlf'.Iif' can not prescribe better pre>- :, B. Crockett. Jr.. deceased: and "

used ss second story ba'ponies and le for stomach trot Interest to the said corporationi : that she executed the same ford atlon lor cold and diarrhoea txith ithat at the same time I will present ?..'

I promenades. I berlain's more Stomach than six months. own buy or sell real estate at II the use and purposes therein ex- I I'I for children and slut. The uniform 1 to said court my final account *. v
and Liver I'I'I
I t.lbni'dings j or necessary for I pressed.tru of this administratrix of
The first floors contains entrance cared her She I success remedy has : said estate net:
'l rays: "I can now the maintenances, of Its '
1ai. stair hall. lining room library eat anything I want It. Dual esi'itnt'ss my hand and official I shown It to be superior to all oche" I ask for their approval ;1

i Chug room two gents rooms. I proudest woman In the and am the at any point or points where tbe said 'j thl. t lib day of April 1907. It never falls and when reduced ,' Dated March 2Xth A. D 1907. .
to find ;company shall deem" It expedient: ; to' (Seal) ... I
[ itches pastries, two bath rooms, such a good medicine" For sold with water and .teilf'd. I* pleasant Apes McQ. Crockett. j
I Jaratortes. closets etc, while the hy Biscayne Drug Co. opeoy stores or branch houses: to! !j I J Hall Brnmser. to take. Every family stionl-1 [ Administratrix. i
and all 4n I Iwlta '
ascend floor f"talu fomr s4- fists. .f. :teals sad ..te-.L: Into aay contracts I Notary Public State at Large. be snpolled with It old by Blscayneil :By Huison A Bosjgs. ; ;

any other x rporaUoneoinpsny. M"7 commission expires, July K.ltOS Drug Co. I I I Attcrneys. ,: !4C

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J:i Must be cast before noon, June 1 IN SUMMER GOODS SELL AMERICAN GOODSIn Three Bade County Ladies

t, 1 VOTEr I I Get Free Trip to James-

Unfavorable Weather all Spring American Markets For Less Than

Has Minimized Retail Trade I Open Market. Quotations-First

ji I JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION BALLOT Sales-Dealers Cautions in Plac- Time in History Such a Condi:

t: town Exposition at expense

., Metropolis Contest ing Final Orders. tlon Has Prevailed.


oi The Miami

CONTEST EDITOR-PleiM cast cue rote lor u__________ New York May 16In descrlb- New York. May 16- The China MetropolisThree
:; lag the present situation in the buyer of cotton gooJi has completely
dress goods trade It may be termed i turned the table on the Amerij

l a caw of arrested development Tbe ;I can se'ter. and Is offering to Mil '
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i unfavorable weather all spring has In- this market American sheetings
ladies of Dade selected
.1 Who Bis been regularly nominated Minimized rt*all overhecounter which are now offered In China for County by popular
trade and this In return has led ret less money than present open market vote of the people will be sent on a ten day

/ll n to be cautious in the matterof quotations bere.I tour to the greatest historical exposition ever
placing final reorders with Jobbers This li the first time In the history
Date, May 17th, 1907 I of the trade that goods shipped held in the' United States. The lady getting the

As maters stand at present manufacturers to China hare been actually offered highest number of votes in the two districts '
have been the only division for resale and reshipment to
J' of the trade that has succeeJ- I'this market and at less than the combined will be allowed to select a traveling

ed In doing as much business oa I i goods' are now selling here. The companion, whose expenses the Metropolis will
spring and summer lines as they |{I nearest approach to this condition
also to and from Jamestown from point'in
did a year ago; On woolens and of affairs was seen daring the Sally any
Florida East Coast Railway worsteds, both plain and fancy. the boom when China buyers who Dade County. Contest closes August 29th.
entters-np have taken a smaller percentsge had purchased cotton goods a longtime

I\ 1.Ka111ae Ctrl K*. 71 h Effect IprO, MLOGTHBOUNAtCAD of cloth. They ref now en.I I|I a head sold their contractsfor
Irelj- out of the market any delivery at a handsome proflt
DOWN. NOSTTItaOWD-KKAl I.D.Dy class of dress fsbrtrs except white In this market Now. however the What the Metropolis DoesThe
: goods; and wash novelties As the trade is facing a condition it ..fI ,
D.t11 17ATr0s1 D.lly D.H7i > average buyer is Inclined to be csn-j Cain where the Chinamen offer to
ious, In placing reorders on fall I reship and lay down In this market Metropolis will send the S successful candidates to Us

N 1 a irwoau.etw.. 1T drew goods A few Jobbers are tang *- American goods for less money than Jamestown Exposition for a ten day's trip without one ant of espease '

-0'0 10 __e LroMtw 1 on staple goods and worsteds, the American manufacturer can to the successfal candidates.This .

/ 11 r L.x.M ? *ik:_Lr / 1 medium weight broadcloths, nenrt- sell the goods In the domestic market will Include railroad fare, from Miami or any other
0 ettss and fancy worsteds for tailor hen.The .
F point la Dade County to Jamestown and return and will laelud
the general movements to the cab
t 1o.L'M.n A suits But according
anOrf 1 t.'u. .M. not up to last ,. ar'l May rec let rewired comprise I.U yard all expenses for the traveling cempaaUsvAfco
) ear I, M* Mw.-_... t ords. Southern sheetings and< he China the best of service while going te and from the ex

Cf) II. CIS S This condition U true of cloaktngs man Is wl'llng to sell In this marketat position Pullman Palace Car Service dialag-car service, hotel bill
/ and accounts for some recent pricerevisions I cents; also 1 yard sheetings at at the Innside Inn the largest and best hotel at the expoeiUoa.

f ] N 1 .. 1 In staple Mnes. In enumerating 1II\ cents. Southern S yard It win Include street
a t (trct1j: fall car fare admission to tae exposition
M lei.'Ar.Nwl.yra 1 / = the popular fabrics for sheetings are quoted In this marketat
t0 / Mod -r.iwwn li0r.eg. cntters-np and Jobbers give the first < 1-4 to < i-3 cents and S.SS ground sad concessions to innumerable tide attractions therein.

u e.1 c place to the smooth-surfaced yard goods at C' \-4 cents. On top It will Include everything for the comfort pleasure. Instruo-
M t Ores. Jnd n { >
= taty 0ip roods. The dark mixture* and of these cables reports are current son and laterest of the guests of the Metropolis who are selectedby

0o N re plaids of almost sombre hue are la some quarters of the market to the popular vote of the people. Nothing will be
awu1. 1 / cheap
d n 1 Aer.n ._. II selling freely to the better' clsss of the effect that three houses hand everything
pg := booked will be gist< ....
msnufsctnrers hare
suit ling Southern goods or-
e V / 11 It Is noted by agents that fancy den for four thousand bales of
ear- tD woolens declining somewhat In IS and S yard Southern sheetingsfor
are I.
= 0: u Iii t e.Wit;, i 1 S p favor of lohbrs. and are belns; supplanted China account, deliveries in I Those Who Will Be SentThe

5 be by fancy worsteds and '! three months. Upon being ran
0 { 1 -brtlr 1117 IIr e.c pie broadcloths serges and .It.-I I down the reports emanating from candidate receiving the largest umber of voter la Dir

Soc. S St u mu. one quarter to the effect that orders trict No.1. (which Includes voting precinct No. 10. Miami aid
i # had been booked for 4.000
U ot <
tp suburbs)
-1; cu / )idol 101 11d .L4 C A VERY VN1QtE I bales were found to be absolutely
+ t { _" r M M u 0 without foundation.The The candidate receiving the largest number of votes la District

//1 1 ...Hob.1o..1... / N WEDDING ANNOOiCEMEXT hope that China would be In No. 3. (which Includes all of the territory la Dad County
1 o4 tI.2. en the market for supplies of goods
outside of Precinct No. it
I )
,; a ..+ i i11ah7roa 147 //L 0Ire Perhaps the most unique marriage I later on In the year seems to be a
To the
candidate receiving: tae highest aumber of votes lath
announcement ever published forlorn hope now, and nothing can
/ I7 / Dart 1aA.r/.1... i IT t ISI CD a was that of Mr. James Gordon Ben be expected from that quarter for above two districts will be given the privilege of selecting a

1 1 S"- __U.W.1s rSo So p nett the founder of tbs New York !I months to come If the conditions traveling eompaalon.

""v = = D p rp Herald and father of the Herald's BOW reported are anyway correct.
hMar. Ar Mlud / ii. So '
ISo 11 present owner James Gordon Bennett
.I..1 the second who reosntly. In STEAMER DiMe.'UK WENT Basis of VotesVotes
cruised these ON LAST TRIP
111 14 es.M lo/sy. his yacht Lyslstrata OtT
waters oa a fishing expedition and will be allowed oa all subscriptions paid to the Metropolis
I ww f Newt w1 ! xw m visited Miami. This anouncentent ( From Monday's Dall,.) I on the following basis:

HRM i 13AwQ gee, t/we. was published In the Herald. June With the departure of the steamer ,
YWaw I. 1140- Biscayne from here tomorrow practically -

P sett IwrM la 1 M OSL..1o. Jw1w.Ww-.Arr MYr11 fse5. I lfe "To the Readers of the Herald-Dee- all of the waterway transportation 1 month ((5 weeks 5flc___.._ ______ 50 votes
Isw1 5I lowt*uf M ImU.rMo Ines. n sre. 1o S toe laratlon of LoftCaullat at Last of freight material and supplies -
P'M Irwl 11wMo1 Sou M MmLr .A11n1M )5A4 is ups. issi S ItwM be Married New I
--Going to from Miami to the rations
ISI Is a Iww1 u eo.u__Mgpwt._ _..Iwn 50s17 411 n' ea.. / Sr Movement In CivTliatlon."I extension camps will have become a 3 months $1.25-------------------- 175:>tes

reason AM ocoiEHTii sniiag COMECTIMS AT BAIL am going to be married In a thing of the past. Not only this
few days. The weather Is so beautlfnl bat a considerable portion of the 6 months $2.50 400 'votes
__ _
are getting so good-- --- - -- -- u
t Osss CBcna Base st alauBl. wtk ....... sf las P. ft 0. .. S. c.u,. -times and moral force that hare been employed at
the prospects of political the terminal docks aid yards here
KEY WEST AND HAVANA. reforms so auspicious, that I can will be transferred to the new central 12 monthsS.001000 votes
tot resist the divine Instincts of, base the lower end
Trains plackavs* Pnsssngsrs at oS"I,'. Side Na Tramsfera.TV honest nature any longer; so I am supply on For '
Hof Cpper Metacnmble Key and other every yearly subscription to the WEEKLY METROPOLIS
to be married to one of the
,TlBTaM. >a vtlMttBMMv>lrktnlnBwr >*UMCt4toiTlv uNd a going In Intellect, points along the line. the price of which Is ".50. the Metropolis will allow Itt vote :'
Inm tt trrml l a .l. Sot l*. I Y>aliOD. .*yl.>...l4 i y ii.ft<..>f.ay<.l&yi of say M..._SIMMmtnm.. ID hart In soul la property, In I' been busy preparing this new For all Job work advertising etc.. paid to the Miami Printing ;
person. In manner that I have ret Co.. daring the contest we will Dow one vote for each It ,
Y For Copy W th* LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Iaorntk>* ,een In the course of my Interesting baa la order to be nearer theIa.s cents so paid.In .
of operations and completingthe
life.I .
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT. ,pilgrimage can not through stop In human my career. I railroad thereto. .This work every Issue of the Dally sad Weekly Metropolis, there

4. D. R JtNEa. AasU O1 Pass. .,... IT. AUGUSTINE. FUL must fulfil that awful destiny which I'has been finish**) and hereafter will be found a coupon blank which when properly and plainly\ r

the Almighty Father has written practically all constructing materialwill filled out aDd delivered to this office, will entitle the eaaJidat ;
Ii be carried from here by'rats
against my name In the brad lettersf named thereon to one vote.Rules .
to the above mentioned points and
"J life against the wa'l of Heana.I t
.Miami-Nassau Scbooner Opposition mast give the world a pattern of ,there taken aboard steamer the same e
happy wedded life with all tW'chat- I" has been done here ever since
(ties that spring from a anntiallove. the work was first commenced twoyears ol the Contest \

['::1 Will Be 'This Summer I or more ago. After completing 1. Candidates must be properly nominated by two reHabMertlseaa
Waged Again la a few days I shall be married the down trip the Biscayne will
according to the holy rites of the | return to the central snpp'y base of the district wherein the candidate resides, who will
I. 1 I Ii most holy Catholic Church to oae 'land load cargo.I vouch, for the candidate. Lay lady over fifteen year of age Is .
; r i 1- Of the meat remarkable :aeeomtillshed I I The creation and operation ot the eligible when so nomlated provided the rules of the contest are
\ I and beautiful young women 'new central supply base will not affect compiled with.

Of the age. She possesses a lorI I I the head offices of the extension I., Candidates mast reside la the district la which
Tbe Xlaml-N..... sailing vesselopposition' Ute struggle going on between they sre
I sought and found a fortune operations which will tlll be maintained
; aD.I'' and Blmtnl.the nearest of tile une. nominated sad la event of removal or withdrawal
Is now on la earnest I. ,: a very large fortune I Ii I in Miami. The machine shop votes alreadypolled
from ..... time until f.it. three .. Islands to this coatt This i, "She has no Stonlnston shares.or'' ship yard etc., will also remain for her will be forfeited. No traasfer' of vote will b* allowed -
cornered fight between the BrfUsh & to light this morning when Manhattan stock but la purity and here and outside of the dearth of after they have been one counted.

.' schooners, Hattie Darling Peerless I the from little Blmlnl schooner with three Maude passenger came la* Bprighteousness she I. worth half steamer operations and activities $. The right reserved by the Metropolis to amend these
a million of pure coin. Can any and constructing work about the
c snd Jalla Elisabeth with probably and a small cargo of frail Heretofore bank show as much! In I conditions or to withdraw the offer la any district whets only on*
Swindling yard, things will go on the same as
... the schooner Charlotte MInerva candidate Is aomlaaUd or voted for.
a fuurth competition will be .pd.n. good sense and e'eganee. anotherhalf I heretofore ,

4- i\trade between Miami and has had things her own way a million: In soul mind and __ I 1. Each coupon printed la the Dally or Weekly Metropolis \
on this rua The Msnde Is s new
Nassau U quit remunerative aad vessel here and will be maintained beauty, millions on minions equal OX A CRUISE TO CfllA i Is good for one vote for..,. regularly nominate eaadldat 1
I to the whole specie. of all the rotten
daring the time that it lasts all vessels on the Mlaml-Blminl run all sum basks In the whole world launcher Special bollota will be furnished on all subscriptions received at
A fleet of Mr. and this office
engaged In the same do well mer. "Happily the patronage ol the
; The first real interesting opposition For the past year or more the travel public to the Herald Is nearly twen Mrs w. W Austin and their friend I. Ballots sent to the Metm. ti for s person not regularly
to this port from Nassau Blmin Miss Olin J. Chamm of New Orleans -
prevailed on,this via last sum- and other Bahama port., has been ty-fire thousand dollars the per PreslJenfssalary annum. i' in the Austin; )Ir. and Mrs. nominated will be held for one week, giving tile person so sending
to *
: met, when the Peerless Hattie Darling unprecedented heavy, each naPe a'most. But equal property In the world's IE. L. Shear In the Josephine, and lhe ballot a chance to either nominate the person he or she voted

and Jails Xllxabeth fought It coming over loaded to her greatest goods was never my object. Fsme. i, Messrs Harry Perkins and W. H.j for or to give to some regularly nominated candidate.

;t out. capacity with human fright. Th. "public good nsefulness In my day j Dyne in the Reliable, arrived In t. No employee of the Miami Printing Ce. or ember ofemployee's ':f.
port yesterday afternoon from D
great majority of the aliens landedhen y-
The vessels are now o. the and generation the religious associates family will be eligible In the contest
same are negroes and It Is very seldom of female excellencethe : lona on a cruise to Havana, Cuba, Any successful ,t
{ run again the Hattie Darling coming that one Is deported back osccoant of true ladu.tTytbf'M and Intermediate points. candidate shall have the right to name a substitute subject to oar

'' la yesterday afternoon with 44 of not being able to meet have progress been my dreams by night and The party left Dayton last Friday approval In the event such successfal candidate Is unable to mate i

Mien. passengers and a earp of fruit th. requirement of the ommigration ray desires by day. and will cruise in eompany.en- the trip for any reason. ;
and belnt followed In today by tbPeerless. laws which are rigidly en "In the new and holy condition deavorlng to get all the enjoyment 7. Questions or controversies will be
possible of the
out their outing. The by Miami
with a few less passenjcers forced. Into which I am about to enter and -
boats are well equipped and supplied Printing Co. alone and la accepting the nomination each ea..41date41
and freight The Julia Elisabeth. A former resident of Nassau and- to enter with the same reverential I
1*: BOW In Nassau loading well acquainted throughout the Ba feelings as I would Heaven Itself, and there will be no limit to agrees to accept and abide by the conditions sad ral_

.ad shou'd be In during the antI h.ma-I.I.Dda. remarked today that I anticipate some signal changes here the stay. The party will remale """
week or tea d.-.. She will also be if the travel keeps up all of their In my feelings. In my views. In my their a day or two before warning """"" .,

i filled with passengers and freight negro population wart soon bsv purposes. In my pur ..>ts. What Journey. 50,000 Votes
Not only is there opposition lathe come to the States sad become ctsens. they may be I know not: time alone
Xlaml.N.... but there IsF.XTRA ( ardent desire has been CARC8O
: rua can tell. My IX LONDON M.. E. B. Touglaa. proprietor of the Ideal Dry ;
J -, through life to reach be highest
f, ?RAIN 3t HOMKHTKAP tension operations, and by the large order of human excellence by the London May 1C Caruso, the Goods Store of Miami. Fla.. has purchased from the

number of persons who_ have engagrments shortest possible cut Associated Italian tenor, made his first appearance publishers of the Miami Metropolis fifty thousand
!t night and day. In sickness and la of the season at the Convent
: From Monaay's Daily) dally at Homestead and
((50.000)) votes for the
It I not often that Florida railroads points Intermediste. health la war and in peace with a Garden last night He received a contest now being conducted by Y
woman of this highest order of excellence triumphant welcome.Medal the Miami Metropolis to send three Dade
I are forced to Increase their Heretofore but one train daily has curious Couuty ladies

train service during the summer oarconnt been on the Homestead run going results' ,la must my produce heart and some feelings, Wieners to the Jamestown Exposition. Mr. Douglas will give ten
of Increased travel bat such down in the morning ..4 returning
'. and these results the future will develop votes for every dollar's worth of goods
purchased at his
a eooditir-a has been made necessary In the afternoon, but finding the columns Rt'iSLIoW8P.'PER
1 oa the Homestead v branch of the demand for transportation greater of the In Herald."Meantime due .time In the FOR NEW TORE store and such votes will be received and credited to the

':' F.taEllla C. Hallway, cad beginning than the facilities. It was decided to return mv heartfelt name of the candidate written thereon the same as the
i morniag aid coutlu lnk pat on another train. It going oat thanks for the enthusiastic patronage New York May I C. .-A Russian
permanently, two trains will make today for the Ant time. of the public both In Europe newspaper will fce started here soon, regular coupon votes and premiums In the Metropolis,

raid trtps dally Miami to Home The schedule from now on will be and In America. The holy estate lisa Oknntroff the Cossack revolutionist provided the votes are cast within the the time limit

stead. ss follows Southbound, leave Mami of wedlock will only Increase' my desire who was condemned to specified thereon
This additional train has been mad. at C a. m. aDd S p. m. Returning to be still more useful. God lath for editing a newspaper la 81- CO.
aecessary' by the increased travel leave Homestead at 11 a. Almighty bless vow sH twrla and who escaped via Japan
; and basis*** connected with '.}. ex111 m. and I p.m. "Jtme Gordon Bennett" will be the editor of the new paper.


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( From Friday's Daily) (From Thursday's Dal'y) i.t.

ersonal At 8 o'clock last evening at the 'Let us Be Children Again" Suet I .
r JJtW JJofes residence ot Mra L. E. Bow, on was the motto which greeted tbe "\..'

) Avenue A. a quiet marriage betweenMlaa sight of all the guests yesterday afternoon ..
Mary Jenkins and Mr Earnest as chef passed under the I"
Cotton, was solemnized, Rev N. B. archway from the hall Into the \1t-\
I Fuller officiating drawing room of the PreubjterUn
Only a few close friends of thebride Manse. Ic response to an Invitation i.
Mr August Gelges. of Hsllandale. Mr J. M. Hoi Jen. a prominent ,' and groom were present, these from Mr Terrl' 1| and Miss Sarah '
was in town Wednesday. en buvlaess tomato graver of Uvnla, spent !Sun: friends having decorated very prelily Furl, to tie ladle of the AidIt:1rU 7
--- in ;
town the room which was to be the I of the >-sbterlan Church.
Deputy Sheriff P. H Rope;; of of The .
scene the wedding The bride 'bl'd' ion for bright colors
Danla spent Wednesday- In the city Mr. Joel A. Dean, manager of the bil ked charming Jc arldal wOpte, was humored In the decorative

Miami Steam Laundry, pent bun- and was given away by Mra Bow scheme, which was red and green, :;
Mr. M. A. Marshall, of Danla. day In West Palm Beach with his Both Mr. and Mra Cotton are naves and o4d familiar childish games \i
was a visitor In tile city TbarsdayMrs. family I of Iowa, and have known each were the order of the afternoon

I ther since early childhood. As Miss these matrons conducting themselves
Henry Of 49*. of Hallandale, Mr. '
I Wright traveling salesman en It Int. floe bride came herethe at wrth all the grace and dlgnl- V
left Tuesday alght to spend the for a Jacksonville drug house beginning{ of the winter season ty of the ten yea( old girl; for they ROYAL Baking Powder is indispensable :
summer months In Connecticut. U In the city visiting nil family and and baa made many friends who were for the time being creatures *'

circulating among hi* trade. will wish her much happiness In her of i the land of make-believe. to the
Mr. Earnest Burkhardt, of West M preparation of the finest
rs. King Mra
married life Mr. Cotton holds the Oulld Smith and
Palm Beach was In tile city a guest Mra. Eaton of the public school responsible position of third englieer Mrs.Phe'p added much to the spir cake hot-breads \.f\
at the Fort Dallas Hotel entertained her entire claa Saturday on the extension work and 1 1a Is lit( of the occasion by humorous se rolls and muffins. I..t.'J

; afternoon upon the bay in Mr. Eats very brilliant and competent young 1 lections on child )life, which tbey .
Mr. T. A. WlaBe'd. of Little River 011" lauorh.Mr m.n. He U to be congratulated on |so faithfully portrayed Each guest

was in Miami MoaJay attending having won so charming a bride. upon her arrival was given a little Housekeeper* are sometimes importuned to

to baslnes* matter C. A. Wlllard. one of th* After the ceremony Mra.Bow serv- slip. of paper upon which she was buy other. powders because "
i mOM prosperous growers of the low- ed her gnttts with a most excellent .keod to write her given name as they are "cheap.

Mr. R. J. ChilUngworth. ot West I er end of the county living at PerriDe. much and cake Those present at she was to be so addressed whenever Housekeepers should stop and think. If such I i:

Palm Bench I. la tile city today oa was In the city Monday tr.11actlnl the marriage were: Miss Elixabeth {j spoken All the to. powders are lower priced, are they inferior?
legal business. bnsinet, nltman. Miss Clara Krome, MI. children are especially Is it \, .
I Sora Kroma. Mra L. E. Bow Mr these fond of little lemonade and cake and economy to spoil your digestion ? '

Police Officer James larder Is on. Mrs E. E. Geer and Alldren 411WPIIt. Jack Frost Mr. W. J. Krome. and ) served with maids" were abnndiaty {

tile sick list and will Dot likely be Palm Beach are tilt guest of1Ir. Mr William. tog ether. this unique such delicacies entertainment. .VI- A him i*used in some baking t).
out for several sad Mr. 8. Bobo Dean at tactDome The Royal usher and pow f
agan day* r was a grand success, and each guest Pastry den sod m most of the so-called
I I on the South WRIGHT-JOHXSOX!< Cook"containing 11>
Side and will left feeling that the days of her over 800 most phosphate powder because k to '
.. Mr. O. W. Ha.k8. of Cocoanut remain for a couple of week thlldhood could not !le very far practical and valuable cooking recheap., and makes a cheaper pow .'t"
I From; Monday's Dally) hack In ceipt*-free to every patron. Send der. But atom b corrosive winch ;;i
Grove, was a business and pleasurevisitor the past, as she had 1141I card with a '......
IB the city ueadsyMr M- T. B. Walker brother of Mra. Mr. Wildred C. Wright and Mis I trouble In recsl'Ing and renewing postal your full address. taken in food,act nhiriottily upon I..
Yank T. Dodge 1* la the city conning Norah L. Johnson a well known jjnvenll* experience the stomach, live aDd kidney.
; a business trip with that of and popular couple The hcstesses l :
; W. H. Covlagton. ot Kon were quietly murild I were assisted Inervlng iiOVAL
Landerdale.wsH business siting relatives, being the guest of Saturday evenrug by Rev Path bv Misses Fannie demons, "
., la the city Tuesday.transacting Mr and Mrs. Budge at their horn er Kennedy Only a few Intimate iRamota Russell and Ramon Ball. ...._ eOWOCH CO.. wow YOII(. I ;
La Fort Dallas Part. friend, relative and acquaintance :'

ere present. Mr. and Mr*. \\ riltlltw1ll NEIGHBORHOOD PICNIC!
Mr. George P. Ball one of the MISS CA5OVA'8' rat
Rwtey School to IVafe continue RECITAL
to make their
t oC<< In I
prominent growers OJua was
hands The Baptist Sunday SChool: will I. Miami. ( From Friday'. Dally) I ....
the city Tuesday shaking with
his friends. picnic .t the beach across the bay Once a year, the neighbor resldng (From Wednesday' Dally) Political ,
/ t'D the ZSth. going over la several Rev Mr. Chlsholm has changed on and near the Bo.'enrd. be- Th* graduating exercise of Miss I I

Mr. R. O. Stockton the prominent lau.nnene and being amply provided his residence to 311 7th street, with torso 10th llth and 12th streets, Anita Cano,. of tile Miami Conservatory Announcements
f. merchant of Little River was for their annual oatlag. Dr. Scieven form themselves into a jolly picnic of Music at the ')'alr {

In the city transacting business on party and spend the'day over on the building last night were largely attended
Monday Dr. 8kagg* went up to West PainBosch Bradley' ferUluen ar the boat. beach. This morning at o clock and thoroughly enjoyed by ',

Sunday morning Dolt[ For sal* by J. E. Lnmmna Miami. I they boarded the Sallie. Capt. Burch the friends of floe graduates sad .1.
Pend called then to attend little Robert patron of the awtoo.csuaxrsssaer tutsSsd.
-they and the all-Important baskets Conservatory.Miss .
Mr J. E. tile prominent I '
!tse will k* tsasn.l MHI tfur tbs
merchant of Lemon City was rastler.. who with tale mother, i* without which, picnic would Caaova was assisted by Mra.antlagtoa cttj ,naiuiM, i* the Dailr* MMraMlw I 1,
;l la town Tuesday attending to business .laltlng la that place.. He retainediunday Dr. Mullett was engaged vesterday resemble Hamlet with the Hamlet directress of- the Conservatory g.e lie; SJetkly M-n otte. $..w bas ..:.
matters. night and reports the little moving his office from, tbe Prime | left out." while Mr. Bash presided batty" Wwkly UmumruUf to* SM SS. I :frosm'YELT

patient doing welL 'gliding on 12th street to his re sMr.. E. A. Waddell and Mr. W. .t the piano u accompanist Sp oetallp.ln. -aaw..cer t win '
j Mra. Lattrell. who lias been tat |idence No. 1100 Avenue C. (II. McDona'd are the entertainer. and efforts had been lent tomate ha..-- ....._,..... kj cad Ii

lag her vacation baa returned to Mia Stel'a Nelson, aa accompllshd or social committee, or something the event a success and la ......
: her post behind the counters ot stenographer, has come down Several vessel are now, la the of that sort, and barring accidents that a* In every other feata .thera. ,,
: M Bardln dry good store.Th from Jacksonville to fate a positiona key loading pineapple for transportation the day can not be other than a was no disappointment. I FOR CITY MARSHAL :
.) W'I I Judge Eppe Tucker' law office, to this port, where the.y success.: Those composing the party Mir Canova displayed her wonder- I HUE IT UMM .T.lf alM ca..te '
Urge sloop Ciena tIIa business of which necessitateshis will be prepared and shipped to the are.: ul l aptness and power of execution I ..!...., o.c*., city. NirakalW tt City ., :
additional \ rak>wt N tk actloB *t tk*CUj Mss t I
from a Cuban port. la hauled onoa t help. Miss Nelnoa ... aorthera markets. Mr. and Mra. J. K. Dora. Mrs.ca a masterly manner snowing there mrj.tnm. a.a I arw.ty ..ic t ......--' ., .,. ,
th* ways of the Miami Boat t originally from Miami and I* a ve ryI Dorn 8r.. Mr. and Mn. W. tai| thoroughness la which shed *a.d ..q.uaa.ee.lotax: :'.
Works, receiving extensive repairs. competent and attractive yoaag t& I you want fertilisers, consult J. E. McDonald. Mle Elmyra McDonald ba been trained. The singing of D. CODafia'ner

Lakeland New. Lammna, agent for the old reliaMaBraOey Mra. William B. }[talon. Mr. sadMra. Mra. Huntington wa* also hlgh'y en- *.

Mr. Noble Padgett ODe of Banal good tTh Frank Doan. Mr. and Mra. loyed and appreciated. was coping with bed. wife and I
dale's well known business men Mr. D. 0. Ten Brook, one nf th* Joseph G. Saxelby X ra. W. H. The diploma was presented byRev. may so charge him. Th child poe- I."
most orosperou* grower in Delray. Spitxer. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dr. Fuller to Miss Canova. .
peat Monday la Miami attendlac local Bo r- resse* tie greater part of ifs Wvend ..
to business matter and shaking was In the city Monday greeting hi. preparing* for tribe a Jollification of Red Mea an dine!. Mr. Willie Bnrdlne. Miss Beast Mia Florence Higgins, another gradating In order to let It back b* went t%t
umerou* friend Mr. TetB toot meeting Bnrdlne. Mr. pupil wa 111 and
aanda with his titoadt. at their wigwam and Mrs. E. A. could aot to Jacksonville Satarday sight offs : ;
reports a very successful season with Saturday vnlng Waddell. la the recital.
Dorothy appear
Waddell. Mix Sheriff
Frohoek. bat .
tomatoes Th* event will be a local affair entirely found that ktwlf "
Mr. J. O. Farrow, oce ot Fort std although the pineappl and all member Murray P. Russell Ramon Ra The recital a* a whole wa. one of sad child had taken passage oa ...
C Laaderdato'i prosperous hastens. crop win be siort be predict good 04 to be on hand. are upee ..'J. Mrs William M. White. Miss he best and most thoroughly enjoyed th* steamer sailing from there ii-
..... cane dowa to Miami las prices wit eclipse the low by a Margaret White. Mra.Oscar D.Tuck ever held la Miami.PERRYJAKES. day night for New York. H* made t
Tuesday to spend the. day oa but crop. Mosey to Voaa oa lID,.",... atupoit/. tlr, Mrs. R.McOahey.. Mt s.RomtDnd no farther attempt at apprehension ''f:
a Miss Kathleen Quarterm.n.I..UNCR of th .
4. 8. woman and returned to West ,
Mir Bertha Oliver formerly or: Amsdea. Coeoaaat Orwra, Palm Beach this "
mooing a.
Mr. )(. R. KellaB. who earn Miami and daughter of Mr. L. U. PARTY (From Friday's Dally) Bettaer
Oliver now residing la Mr. and Mra. also denies. that h* waaeloplsg 'l
down from Norfolk. Va. last west JacksonvUwill Franklin Colemaa 8t. Andrews Episcopal Chorea. | | .
b* a gradaat this term at Brett Bush sad )Ira. Baah'i grand Little River with the woman sad mad.4a.U.cUo. .- .
a to attend to some bust sea* matter*. parFrom( Friday's Daily) was tile verse of a very a .
'a* returned to ale family IB 'Irgf n' s Collets Gainesville. Ga. whit h' eats. Mr. and Mrs. Dibble left on A jolly crowd of young people.wHb quiet but beautiful wedding oarsdecl.rl.g without a difference ar I ..
}a, begin on the 18th of this mont Thursday to, spend the summer In Mrs. S. T. Qramllng: a* chaperone. moray last Bight when Mr. 8aadtordltt I did nee run away sift \ '!
aad continue through to the aft h. Wisconsin where It I* hoped M r. made up a party last night, going oat Perry and Mir Marry Camilla Jane*. with* woman him. but that she ma away 'J:
Mr. FrsakUa Sheen, a proms_ Mia* Oliver may return to Miami to Bush will rapidly regain strength on the bay aa far a* Soldier Key. plighted their troth. At alz thirty There may b* later development ';J
In the ..
engineer of West Palm Beach uel a visit daring tb* summer. after btu recent illness Going aa ODe member of the party the bridal party entered th* church u.

'C wall known throughout the eouaty. said-till they found the moonlight. aad were met at till altar by th* 5f
: waa la the dty Monday attending to Dismissed Divorce Butt Antis dynamite and oppose for They left the dock before 8 o'clock rector Rev. 0. B. Clark, who so'- ; Mr. W 0. Coates. who wa qalt
vaataeaa matter and shaking. 'hand Judge Jones has nanded doss a sal by Lommoa .....n. and returned about the hour of mid emaised tb* nuptial vow Theb fully burned about ten day ago ;b
with friend decision la till divorce salt of J 0s. night.Th church wa' beautifully .i y *a explosion: of gua powder, was 4-

L. Hlcksoa ... Ill.... L. Hlcksonustalatag Mia Constance Bryan of Fort Barracoota. Capt.Cha Thompson. with palm and cat flower and a oat this morning for the Brat Urn r!

H. M. King has returned horn defendant demurrer a ed Lauderdale wh has been la 'c..... Is one of the roomiest pleasure large congregation of friend wer* since tie accident Mr. Coate sight ,t..
x from JacksoavtU where ho wen& dismissing the salt. Defendant I. a few days :the guest of her stet er. boat on tile bay and could with presentLAfJSCH "1 will not b* Impaired ass result of :-t)
a few days ago to attend th* aa- also ordered to collect her coat la Mrs. Barrette oa Avenue A.left Wedneaday !- ease carry the thirty or more who tb* Injury and which waa feared at 'r, .
Heal aessioa of lie Florida Funeral th* case from plalatlff. for her home. Miss Bryan composed last night' party. Those PARTY YESTERDAY Ont. HI
.# Directors' sad Embalmer 1-a.- expects to leave la about a week who went were::
atioa. of which h* I* :a member. Take to (It. AogwstiM to apend the manner with friend Mrs. 8. T. Oramllng. Miss Java (From Monday' Dally) I

Mr. Hall agent of the F. E. CRailway t la tile North. ROM, Mis Gertrude Falllgant. Mis* Mr. Arthur Keller entertained a Don't forget that t
Mr J. Osborne of the clothing department at Delray, who tract red i Sue Barco. Mia May Wor!.,. Mis* mall party aboard hia launch "Mis ,,
t, of th* W. 1C. Burdla Dry the aak' boa la one of his Imo p Order a ana [ sotto drKka .*Uver.* Herbert Perry.MIs Elisabeth Afi,. chief." yesterday afternoon going i We carry in stockSpaldings

n Oooda Co., U now taking his Tuesday night while getting oft a v shipped to you by th* Miami Booing Mfr Eva Mackenile Mir Ems Mar- out some distance oa the bay ..d .
mer vsctloa. H* win be la tow a moving freight train and wblwa tin Miss Mary Alice Martin. Miss returning about dusk. Those la th* \;
Work Base 1
I Mfga. Miami Fla. mMra. Balls
few, week longeri the will gn tG dressed by Dr. Jackson of tlll'l Annie Seymour Miss AIM Blount, party were: Miss Gertrude Tice. Miss
Michigan to spead some time, return city was taken Wednesday to ii h* i, Miss' Nellie Whlteomb. Mir Paulin Nellie Whlteomb. Miss Con Bloust, Boxing Gloves
tag la the falL railway hospital la BL Augu tin* I Collins P. Haatlagtoa left' Schreadman. has Marie Stevens,y Mr. W. I. Braxleton Mr. Charles: Indian Gloves .,
for treatment Wednesday for her horn In Chicago Mill Gladys Price-William. Ills. McGee Mr. L. Keller Mr Charles'
)fr. and Mra. R. 8. Flanagaa Mrs Huntington Is_aa exceptionally Gertrude Tlee. Mfr Lorenz Mr Moffatt and Mr. Arthur Keller. Dumb Bells :
t wish to announce to, their friends RewufaM to Lake Helen j One teacher of vole culture and John Oramllng. Mr. R. H. 8ey Foot BallsCatchers

that on accoaat of ;ctrrnmaaa tee Tbe remain of Oscar Rollins, th* h er return here next fall 1* much moor Mr. W. C. El'lott, Mr. Bran I A PKUGHTWL SOCIAL Gloves '
with, which all ar* familiar, the msrrge young man who wa ran over by a desired by the people of Miami q bha leton. Mr. L. Keller Mr. Dale Mil .f'.
t ot their dasgnter. Harriet train at R td.b edaesday morning mad many warm friend during ler. Mr. Wert Cnlbertson. Mr. Ju: I (From Thursday' Dally) Punching Bags I
ej Elisabeth Sllgh. to Mr. William H. receiving Injuries from which the few month of her residence Oilman Mr. Walter Welsh Mr. Wl The Home Mission Society of the Masks etc.
Tompkia ha* been "postponed 1Ia- bill e died soon after being brought la Miami. Us Callaway, Mr. H. F. Preston M. E. Church South held a social J.
Jaa ifth. when a'Very quiet errto the hosrital here are being embalmed Mr. Tom McOahey, Mr. Byron Lasseter. 'yesterday afternoon at the residenceof :

money will take ptae*. and win be snipped to Lak Wanted A steady, gentle horse,. Capt ChJi Thompson an Ii Mra. 8. T. Oramllng on llth
Helen, the home of deceased for Interment inKabte for light driving. State I Mr. Chas Hill. street.' SMITHSBOOKSTOKi

Mr and )Ira. B. M. fUiclor' wh.. Mr. Rollins was single price and fall particulars. AddressW. These meetings, which are purely .1.1'I
have resided la 8L Aagustln sine but leaves aged parents at L t. Stelwagon. Cutler Fla. WILL OBHKRVK BIRTHIM social are he'd once a month at tbe
closing their winter borne at Pal m Heltn The body will probably be I IOfork OP IF.Jo'FF.ftM'IM homes of the different members .

? Beach left tile former place as..D- snipped tonif-M rrlrr. Examination with no other object in view than
'' day evening for the north. They WIll A e'erk-carner examination; fit i I' At the meeting of Southern Cross hat of getting to know each other \.

t go first to Hot Springs. Va'. tie Yacht Kavalo at Thunderbolt positions In tbe Miami postofflce will! I I'Chapter.J United Daughters, of tile better; of and especially are they desirous MIAMl.riV
they will stay until some ttmeJuae inF Mr. Harry E. Tattle owner of be held here on June 5 by the local (j Confederacy held at the residence o welcoming new memberMrs. '=4
before proceedings to .M ew th* splendid auxiliary yacht Sa v aboard of examiners For applies- Mrs. 8, T.: Uramltng. plans wee: Gramllngs large boUle.wltIIIt. ,' ,
York. lo, Capt Dick Carney, which sailed Ion bl.nh. Instructions to applicants laid for the observance of the birth wide cool verandas, I Van Ideal ti
from here last afternoon day of Jefferson Davis' place for entertaining, and everyone ;
Thursday and farther Information. ai,>- on Jane it De
Mr John Rogers of this city, a no for New York received a telegram pHcatlon hbnld be made to the secretary observance to be In the form of social present declared the afternoon
to be
a theological ItU.'lIt.t Stetson' t'p- from Capt. Carney on Wednesday.Mating of the civil service board liver\ social at which time a very were refreshed a success The guest Miami ;
Iverslty for the past three term*. wl y that the yacht had arrived Miami Florida. No applications elaborate program will be relldel'f'1.I of tbe during toe eon rw
4 not return to Miami this summer as safely at Thunderbolt (tUvannah) will be accepted unless proper!* I To perfect arrangements for these .11.4 been anticipated. Instead Mr The Savalo made the run to Feraaadlna executed sal Sled prior to the halter our exercises, etc the following commlt-

.. Roger will go>> to Virginia wnere la iffy hours, but of closing of May Utll. tees were named: CHARGED WITH HTKAUVO' Hardware :
he will be a delegate from Klortfto reaching there encountered a stiff Program Mesdames Guild Smith,
r the Touag Mesa Chrisdaa Asso- blow which delayed her progress.Beside MAP OF D.Utt COrXTV |E. L. Eaton and J. N. .....mmu.. A ROW BOAT 'I.
elation Assembly After that h* will the crew Mr. V. L. Beed Send ( cents I la postage and we Reception Mesdames Lemma.
return to Arcadia sad other points sad Capt. and Mra.. Charles Meloyr will mall yon a map of Dade county [ McGshey. Taylor, Lang and ByfS I. Sheriff Frobock Mondays Dally) Co. i
aboard the .....10. ton returned from
la the state holding Special religious showing townships sections: Jacksonville this
services until time to again eater! es and cities .railroad and 1111.C-1 Decorations Mesdames Combs: .s far as West Palm morning bringing J
Pr. Beach
Death of
Mitchell one Herman -
college from Palm Beach to std Dlllo Misses Coachman fuller Bettntr, a German Make pedal ladncenenti '..
Dr. Solace Mitchell, one of the Miami Metropolis Miami Fla. I and McGaaey wanted
there on the charge of stealing! a to cub bnyen. Fan One
best known and most dlstlagnishedphysicians
Many friend la Miami will read RefreshmentsMesdames
8. F.
with Interest the followlsg from th* of Jacksoavllle.dled Wednesday A Sew ODrporatioa I I Glrtman, Moore Leffler and (;ra m- be having been arrested Worthlngton In Jacksonville 1
morning at Readfleld.of Me. ling
Melbourne Times: "Th A new corporation under the style
Delahey Paine expect* to al'M- progressive pernicious anaemiaan name and title of floe Isabella I t I Mrs Smith and Mra Lammas that cityBettner last. Friday by the police of HARDWARESash

'bourne about th* 20th of May. Hi acute kidney trouble. Dr. Mitchell Drove Co. John B. foyers .1.. A. were also appointed a committee to I declare t
; had been la ail health for a number Cooler and W. Emley Walton ,in- secure a suitable be I* innocenttt of
jaatorat* with the Congregational place for Iloldlthis the charge
.Church terminates pita moath. Dr. of months, and a little more corv: rator* has been formed In the social, which will probably oe at boat from claiming he bought the I and Doors ;
than a year went the a negro for tZS Later
ago to
old city It U the of the the Fair
Pals Intends to taU a year off and purpose promotor building The silver d ohe d 'o .;-
Mitchell home at ReadfiVd. hoping to STOW, marie and natlont wi'l pO.tt Germany anJ.sold .
will permanently devoted r'o
Dot to
preach ) anywhere. Improving the Harris
the change would fl*. He Wagons
With Mra.Paia be will spead prove beneficial.He ell fruit sad other farm: products; the burial plot In the city will be]I tt
cemetery given
was a man prominent in the to buy sell lease sad mortgage Other than a hearing at West Palm BescB ,
the summer la Boston sad part of business affairs of the shove a few ml nBut this la not the
Jacksonvillewhere real estate :and to act as agents for or matter only escapade
New England and th* winter la Jackoavflle were disposed of,
he had tile la which Bettner I
resided from boyhood. other and alleged: to have
person corporation In most
sad other places. They both Important being the decision See or write Tbe Klimf
sad )eases a wife std two children the management and operation of to bold figured When he left West Palm
leave Melbourne with regret, bat a rummage sale for the ben Beach ".:
beside mother he
a sad waa
one brother. farms accompanied by
groves Iud orchards.
The set Hardware
of the
'tklak It la best for, the donor to burial plot fund and Mes Mra. Comptny
Dr Neal Mitchell, also of Jackson capital stock of the company Is two dames Mailer a married woman UC ;
-*av* a chaag for a rear from till ville. TIe entire family war with thousaM dollars sad the office ar* appointed Comb and Oramllng were her infant child/ bat with, what la-I WHOLESALE ANKXETAIL (/
egalar work of prtaealaf.* him at the ... to be te )(1a1D1. a committee to mak arr.apmenu teat eaa only b* surmised. ;

i- t.f' -- .. V, for till same Mailer, however, claims that Btt- .,t

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r" LEGISLATURE[ FULL ould t>e" intfreKtliig prove, and to see It certainly him" do It.tflwd would. SEVERAL rRfALTY DEALS IMPROVEMENTS TO BEACH ;

i Of FREAK BILLS the franrhlxe: IcuNla'urt\ tax need" business.Is flatter done himself with Mr.! Mat-that this RECENTLY CONSUMATED AND THE FERRY We Mot t Sell QuickA

'th--.. Ii. of Marion, has a bl'l on deck I
:In the House which he proposes to

push and he Is a pusher in dead ,

(earnest" ..hen" be gets at It. Thjs bill I From( Friday's Dally lSeveral

Tallah"...",P. Fta M,v 10 -It will ''Ii Identical" with Senator Trammell's good real estate" sale" have The Miami let en Waddell Street, 55x100 worth $-400 ,
; ferry Company ex-
probably surprint ni proposed is one. Instead of two per Co this week." I
| tutu
learn that the first meeting of the : I of he( bench pavilion In order to
cent. As a result of their advertisement" !
1. make It absolutely safe for ladles
\legislative; Joifct ronim.tlee on good; / _
offering Inducements" to tomato
and children.' While there" has never
roads was held Ian Wednesday Mr. Mathews has another bill up growers one man came up from the
been any accident: It Is deemed" A Tenth Street residence lot worth $2000 for
., morning; Such hoe ever. In the fact, bin III....'... however" of which nothing Homestead section on Wednesdayand vise to take this precaution.It "<' I

ad the roniMUt"e .aa called! togther but good can be" said. This la nothing bought a lot In Hosteller s addition Is proposed also to build another the give away price of------------ $ 140O '
more or less than a propositionto on which he expects to build
hath house be I
then to onlv lUten to a discourse I near pavilion tt >
; abolish the office of treasurer

: county a house, and yesterday they" sold ladles exclusively" which will be a t
, from the Hon A. S. Mann a Mr I Matthews') Idea Is to either" one of the" choicest. bay front lots much needed" Improvement.In .

.Ilitroume that was probably delivsolely consolidate the office with that of about the city, lying at the end of order" to make the beach trip act fronting railroad siding 125 feet suitablefor
'! the tax collector or let Home bank Wad.lell street" to Mr. J. A. Conrad
from aiT.on-.ot paint more attractive and w. Mn 'he
*u reach warehouse:; factory oryard. 525OO ;
do the work hold the" on
and money for Mr*. Alice Ba'dwln
.' n.: view. of all it has been decided to make
deposit the bank to pay for the prlvilfce A lot on Waddell street near Avenue
If the good road agitation in TalI. Ito charge; for the use of the bathrooms
: ; : This pan has been tried D. also sold esterd.iy for
I. hauee fa lid, flat thl 1. fear. li ail ,, was > when the bathers furnish
, .. Ith In some other '
great success Mr. Angus Chute to Wm. A. Hen-
tlgood roads hills Introduced per' their own suits so It will be" wise
l-h miserably .together I let 'It not b ttnies and there U no reason whyit dry while they also sold two lots In for all to take along their own out A 50 foot lot on siding splendid location very

; forgotten:, that the> dd! of too much should nut |>rcve equally successful Krlckiion's addition for J. K Fife fits. cheap at.-'a. .'. . $ 15OO
t automobile talk :No automobile here.The I' to Mr. Dan Keith and another lot The launch Sallle will m->ke the

j enthusiast should ever hare oeen" In the same addition to Henrietta" trip every week tar Ittern-xm.leav

r permitted to show hU head" In Ta'- I bill providing for an assistant Pow pH.. ing the" dock at : JO and on Sundays r

lah.Ihll at ..lon. The reason att rne> general has been killed" in | They have" also Just concluded the t..o trips at 10.. m. and 2.30p

II.." on the" surface." The average the, S'nate. partly because of tbe '| sale of a loci house on Third strr*. m.0: trips In I the forenoon on i Good building lot en 20th street for. $5CO .
fact that the bill lowing the railroad .
to H. L. Rorkner. This firm baa .
Florida" farmer baa very" little use week days except when specially I en
commission to employ special lust purchased a tract of ''anI on I
for automobile* and he has no Intention I gaged.;
council has passed both hoa_. Tbe Ihe rork road near Buena Vista depot e
whatever of. taxing himself for The Sallle Is carrying good; crowds '

, the part ae of building what are already I fart remains, nevertheless Ellis is badly, that over Attorn..yG..n..ral lota.which they will sell off as building every day when the weather is favorable ': 2 lots 100x105 worth OUble the price $25O :

flailed "automobile boair- and all who go are dellght-
' yards" for kite benefit of the towns worked. They report quite an activity<< In .d with the trip and the One surf '

ana cities ot the State. i I the real estate" market" and expert" bathing.K1IWT. t't'I '
The bill Introduced by
there I. Immigration many Inventors: to take advantageof
Aside jfrolm all tnls. a' Mr. of Citrus, is admirable A few full sized I lots 50 feet wide 105 feetdeep
: t general" l t't"! (Ine thar the State Is too Knight an the many bargains they are offering CAK OK \KAPPLrS I by .1 f

l poor ani too thinly I settled ;o Indulge one." and one that should be during the next" few weeks. I at - - - $15O ,
pasted, provided can
. In any ouch expensive luxuries! ( ( From Friday's Dally) I
i spare he time from as a general" *v"'tem of good roads The first car of pine apples of I
I lot' freak bills. This measure" .
. provides of Torture.
while\ oa tho father hind. If the" system 'I the season arrived in port this J '
> Is not to be general the general" !'I' for a general} immigration For more" than twenty years" Mrs.J morning from the grove of John C.r'l Two lots In Riverside worth I ':
ag"nt to work In connection with chocest comer ,
p-thlle should certainly not be taxed" B. )Macaer! of 332 Clinton stret ry at Planter." The fruit came up'
the commissioner of agriculture.\ But '' $2000. for decent offered
Ulun. torture
Minneapolis. was any price s
to i > font I on the schooner" Snltana. and were ,
;: liDord., 1 la about the lineo' In pite of Its good; J points it is very by sciatica. The pain and buttering sold to Jaudon Bros., who In turn 1:
doubtful It this bill becomes"<' a law. I endured"
which he during this time
rJouJI"nt" tone bears handed out : sold them to Mr. C. Hlngmn. a local
, In (last' the calendars of both houses !
Is beyond comprehension. Nothing
h.: > these imng days from all of buyer who will market them out \ .

which It may be" Inferred that the I' are BO badly contented; ana BO pave him any permanent relief nn- to the firm of W. J. and L. H. Business lot on /.venue D. near po toffice. at '.
little time remains that it U gofnn III} he used Cnamberlaln's Pain
r prospect of It-curing any talicf.irtorr i' Davenport, :New York. The fruit
to purh these lawmakers to accomplish sacrifice Ask for it.
thus'.e.don Balm. One application of that llnImett price.
anon at
:: good roil lesU I' were of a very high order."
.-t much of anything thia year. : relieved" the
;: pain and made
la far from
of the legislature Tomorrow Mr. T. V. Moore will :
Ha\'lIIlI.t: last resolved" to have sleep and rest possible 1 and lens than (
flattering. ship from his at Buena Vista,
I I tbe session of the" Internal Improvement I one" bottle has effected permanent grove '
evtdebthat Fund Investigation committee < ur s. If troubled with sciatica or the first car of mainland pines of We can select many properties on which money can

, ll ii John Beard s open the House finds the door ,jrhedmatlim why Dot try a 25-cent the season. They will be snippedto be doubled in less than a year Let us show you.

famous constitutional amendment : closed The Senate has taken no action bottle of Pain Balm and se lor England: wI i
r : dlkframhUlniC negroes was accepted I In the premises and until It''''yourself how quickly It relieves the I "a

by the Berate. simply as a m.t-I(I does the doors of said committeeroom j pain. For sole by Bi8ta> ne Drug I
the resolution was Call and get of lists in which
r ter of courle ,as i wl I remain cloned to tb* world Company.Wlint. one our price

put to sleep In the House last Wednesday 11 i-utfc ery little lethowever" either I "THEDEVILcf TODAY"Hi there are hundreds of bargains to select from.

afternoon by a heavy maJor- i ore, e. j or the other, as It is g neraM :" Two Menu Hate Bone

ity. hollered that the entire bus-
Over two hour were eaten np In'' ) Last October a member ot the I ,. work In the Bam. C- .rrh..bray. ,
i'lettn sit turn out to be farce, alhoti.zl.Jt
the dlsois'ioa .->f *!-s pron."L- is likely to prove a rather- ,, Ocala Star staff bought two pu.. I I B-Unow.SAPtra.ierlb..n'a ro.'ir ande' -r>lan-ale..n e(rrarxt M..hi all A

., Mr V-ilie**, of )Marion lea the k>t." at 40 cents each Before their condttnn. of lit.. Pilfil V and mrthoda '
: u expensive" one" for the .
fight tigainst, the resolution ably tai.payers.The 'I I turn came to be kt led bob began! I I eery.cqpiM nd ::. i'.s A warnlne writ i*a.d I*Nev.rota roans J. H. Tatum & Co.

" aided by Knight fib Citrus and Mc- tarlous smelling committees [, laying and their lives were spared it! Thl. bnnfc to ..vrrw.n rnaenek
Williams eWe Reese. Du Poo(..Cal-i I and both haw laid each day ..ounce w..ant. e < t ra'te.l.v.IeoY.na
E IlIr. !gradually returning" and the airwill a fill tintf .''' .1 Url ,i...r ..,s JIonI.
kins and Williams Of Jackson: up be with orts.both laying 300 or twenty-fir doien eggs. I ltd i.tt..r I a.r T.a d-naka (;ata.I .
soon heavy >
rei This unreasonable, but il Is k... II b tsey.
held the Bt"ai-oi- Danner.r I seems I w t
. i majority and minority. The reportIn I Th..m.'R ',. .
tora r moMTandwboh I REAL ESTATE
Mr Uattheas nada a Try able argument the tttte. Institutions has a ready" ; a fact The eggs are worth 30 centsdozen ..wta yen I"... .wta, "C h. .. .[-ta i
agaltirt the proposition tot : I a and part of the" time were T. U.. was art< rewra, W,a.t.cy. i
been nude and that of the Everglades
dliifranchls<< the negro at this late committee" and the convict'I bllt'.r. giving! a net earning: for tbe 0. E. Lather Publishing Co. i On the Ground Floor 317, 12th Street
contending that such a course two hens of '..roo in six months.
day. ; I camp committee, will soon be. 12-14-16 Trimly An, Atunla.: 6a.
coed only stir up a hornet's neat -- i They" were" fed entirely! trom scraps i
ead. Tbe member from the kitchen so cost nothing! fur
and serve" no,, good Both Hlllshorough. and Dade
feed" and today still laying\ i
agreed' with tbe gentleman from are everyday
ties are likely to be
Marion to the tune ot 47 to 11. I Volnsla and DeSoto will and are worth 75; cents each Instead ,
probably of 40 conti., huh was the :
.I'-; ; ;: remain ss they are for the _
This 1t' loch In freak" Iprloe original! paid for them

: and ofj the !I ; Star.
legislation one pegs upon Both the Tampa. Fair and the West" ; I
which IhU staff It bung Is thesocalled i -
!! Florida bow are likely to get the "
agitation. My fled Friend
tfmperanr. :appropriations asked for. And so it
An antl-ag bill passed" the House II
goes. Over 800 bU have been Introduced '
last Tuesday, the elscnsclon giving while comparatively few A'exsnder Benton .be lives on'I 'tt
Mr DaTont. of St Johns an opportunity Rural Route. No 1. Ft. Edward, N.
have here passed." But four weeks" '
to rait* some solid remain" of the ,
more noq(( cession and .
points against the bl I 1. oft Is my best earthly friend. It
I'I he" entire State can soon congratulate
fail to avail himself cured of attbmr. six
which he dl4 not itself" on the adjournment of the me years ago. j
In a manner that threw the venerable -, It has also performed" a wonderful ,
of 1907.
Legislature 1
Mr draw-ford, of Orange Into The Lobbyist.host cure of Incipient consumption for I j I The t

a fine freory It..n amusing I my son's wife. The first bottle end

scene The bt' try and swartny Du- I Pay Alimony edthe" terrible cough, and this ac- > f*
P''-tt listening rlth\ a tolerant smile. ---.tI rolt! lll hf'd. th( other symptoms

while the: gtntj lemal from Orange", I* i left one by one, nntll she was perfectly ; Tools
be divorced from your appendix: j: .
pawed the air Laved and emitted I There will be no occasion<< for It If ''|, well. 'Dr. King's New Discov-|
his favorite brand of hot air la support j -rys* power over" coughs and colds I'
] you keep your bowels regular with I II
of the bid old doctrine that !I. marvelous." No other rem- '
slmp'y sA
Dr. Kin,: New lit Pi It. Their I I1t'lon *
liberty la stpiplr the liberty" of In- I I' I
is so gentle that the! aopendix'never : Quality
guar-anteed of
l terferrlng" wfth| some other fellow's ban. cause to make the leastcomplaint I I I' .

i liberty. Mr n Ctawf speech" In abort was beantlfa'Iy) In- c
} j vista tic Try them I
But the bill prohibiting Hon. Frank Adjun I I
temperate. ____j_l h. tr t.' ?r ( $ l ; .rc in every x r
the shipment of Itqnor from "wet" The From good authority, we learn "&* r r
counties int. "dry" passed all the LettuajeropSanford that Senator Frank Adams, of Fm- *? rr rt- : ( ft1 .- s. 11 i HtiiiuMc and

.1 lilt'. TAI tact ho erer. need wor- Iltdn county wl'l. in all probability a i.-_ \ I '., .< '.!yT.ru.1. ,
ry no one. ./the tnekaure Is so clexrl has ahtpped-man" than 700 'a candidate for the U.S. Senate '
; v'.1. I-, tf-x-t .i. .1.1be
.- j cars of lettuce and celery this season Ito I '' ct : > tI
unconitltitional UtMt It can newer succeed" Senator S. R. Mallory.
hold water, much ten" whiskey. at an average price of |! per '| Mr. Adams Is being" urged by many f.nnj i ill'0... C it. :ii.. yt.J1. yL..hy l
crate, running the total '
,''to up i, prominent men from alt parts of' t'ut ha nutKOWKWTSR l ;
$ 4"o.ro'J. Sanford Irrigates It
Wednesday aftembon, the House the State to make the rune but as It
I Is true that this is done
I there under
was treated 'to another choice sam- |' Is some time until the campaign begins -
Vie of temperance legislation. This | great advantage and at sma'l : be* his not yet decided denn- ,

came up la the shape of a bill makIng 'cost but there is a great margin for !!Rely whether or not be will enter
the coat of an Irrigating plant In
It a mlud4meatter for a man to the race. Mr. has served '
profit of S500 an acre.: There Is ltmf::
U no i ;
be seem dunk a public pace, sc twice as P the Senate: -I
part of Florida where Irrigation Is
i tong as one Jf'ls 14'p-cr'rk'c to bis1'' h& Is well" known and popular and ;:
aer "'eft.it, j an right of course. i Impracticable and la most sections
its recognized as a man of great ability
I lit; TOOLS
can be done for 10 cent of the
This rldlcnlov* V1" *** also opposedby and Inte'llgemce: Should he enter
Mr. DuPdrtt;. who with great grayIty rtturns!I' from a good crop. the race, he will prove a hard ,, .

argued th.t It was not a.. .,.. man to defeat and It I. doubtful
easy to determine" what constituteda 'I 1VIHCK8TIOXWith if 'there Is a man In the State who V : t tV <:ti- ,'ar' "..-, ';un r II .t hran "

State of tntoitcaUon and that no I could detest him. Mr. Adams ha*, '' S. 'x v .re ?-' ej Ill \\e, I..r.II..,

i rcan should be considered drunk so !I Us companions, heart burn on a number" of occasions, been P-. t ', \ .hh pro cnM the .

long as he could walk. This. b\l1';'i flatulence", torpidity of the liver constipation j mentioned ar a candidate for the j bead nor fi mp of or working ioc_.
also pasted, after wtlcn o d palpitation of the heart ta+.tt
any position of U. S. Senator In campaigns .
an.t are n>7 wnaJ; teal for the Th
headache and t
t thing: may pe" n f'lfteol to be swallowed I- poor blood other nervous of past years but never" before -
sallow foul Keen Kuttcr'fralcsn.irk co\tn a cnmplct ,
symptoms skin
who1 by this .
interesting a has his name been" connected"
offensive breath and line of tuob and cutkrv Sold by "I
HGlblr of 'represeatatlT" men. tongue a leg I with the position so strongly by those :
Ion of other al menrs, Js at once the "
who keep "tab" on political events
The bill f rohtbting boxing trees" most widespread" and destructive and possibilities.-Tallahassee True

om tax sale certificate" land has passed ma'ady among the American people. Democrat.: I t

the House" and shoulj become a I The Herblne treatment will\ cure all I '

law. This yneasuro. Is by Mr.Knlght I these doubles. SOc % bottle. Sold DO YO"C IXVE .

ot Citrus did Its l'n.ctment would. by Blkcayn Drug Co. I ---- <*i'siii. : .?.-

be a good; thing for the State your baby! You wonder why he .
Sot Heard" From I .
cries. Buy a bottle of White- I.

Come people look epos the. Senate ; No tldinfi have as yet been received I,Cream Vermifuge: and he will never e l'

..t inclined" to favor the corporations from the yacht Rita which cry. Most bibles have" worms, and
tat 'DO man can fort*!' from day today left Miami the night of March Slat the mothers don't know It. White's

Just what Ibis truly remarkable Capt. Jacobson<< oa which ":'-&te" I Cream Vermifuge" rids the child of ..

,, legislature wilt do. or leave. uat'ose. 18IlInd'ra. of Fort Pierce, sailed" as worms and cleans out Its system I

The Senate turned" down the i-sslstant engineer. Three weeks ago I Id a pleasant way. Every mother

Trammel (ranch!** tax bill whilea !The. Tribune pub'lubed" a notice stating (II should keep" a bottle of this medicine

few dayi later he same exalted" that his friends and relatives In the house.. With It. fear need Ii iI

body took Ah* bit U Its teeth and !; sere alarmed for his safety but lm.I never enter" her mind. Price %5c.

passed a MO by the same gentleman, {I mediately" afterwards the Miami Metropolis Sold by Btarayne Drug Co. I F. T. BUDGE '

,'. compel'lag pxprecs companies to carry rated that the Teasel bad i

a package of five pounds _pr under reported" at Charleston but this hasproven Sore Mpples .

for 25 cents." to be a mistake as Commodore

During the debate oa this bill am I Marion Storey the owner, telegraphed i lag A Chamberlain's cure may be effected Salve" as by soon apply as

extraordinary statement" was made Capt. Saunders the Brit of' tie child Is done
nursing Wipe It
by Seaator Girard.... of Jefferson jibe week that the Teasel had notbeen off with a soft cloth before

that that gentleman whert compettUom bravely contending existeda from Miami.beard from Every" since day abe lessens sailed the I' tile nurses child use to this nurse.salve Many with the trained beet" Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth Street Miami

four pomm4 package covld be seat] probability that "Nate" U in the results. Price SS cents per box I

a rw tor talrty cent This land of the living. Fort Here Sold by Biscayne Drug Company

UUasemt the Senator declared hOi Tribune and all druggists.

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lID town on the 5th. taking *abcr1ptlon PICNIC WAS F.XJOTABLK;
I for the Report ;

Mr L S. Dearlag superintendent I From Saturday-* Dally 1 t
Professions for Chase k Co.. made a flying trip
j ''I COUNTY CORR [SPONDNCE.11 The who "
1'I fviraesterda> on bUlr'1I! tor party plcnlced re*.< rdjy
the houseOh over in" 'hi' l>. .K'b ..tllrD"" ,o town
I I .,1". t -. "n 1"w
4e A f a hpve taken down tb-(rickl r o k m the afternoon,
.. \ "i. t. ',"i aK tomtnr5 ire now i little ti fil. \\o"oIr.f but I in extreme y
high .plr'u from ,their .
t"to' 'an 'o It.. p th' nil n t>us\ days tut" +
ATTORNEYS AT LAW News and Ho : uih ihi. DI<' 'IUR( lire pguly for ih. inter work will he formed .Mr 1',," ''Po r. (irf-t 'n'lnz HhnU'1Ir ; lie: :Mr K. A. Waddell who vas I
Doing korlit sat' th*'m was |In town 'E'sl..rolay witl: In help Mr.: \\' H. McDonald. Inthe

1oI... < S. I.. Lane has rtturmdfmi It ," ,III d." iI..1| at th.' I h'I t meeting'' M Ir T :01. l Lett *ho "at b.'re on role irf entertainers:' found I\
WILLIAM WALUS ERWIN From Busy Boyntonr '.i H vlnil' 10 MUnil and U >-.t of I Ihr IinusrlPrprrx'\ Cli.l to st.ind I t"I't.l l>>8Mr stbe' very last that It would be irmssn i '

Palm IVaih t', yl'* Fl. dOOr :Mil. a in th> t''r.'t ( l I.:.rdinc. of loin *. Is down iiiwi | | :.. tor him to \leave town O'.t
ATTOLMT ANB cot 6Z1At AT UW.AAD I ,1'r.: \\' ; KIKhlne I N miklnt. Ini f I.r Ih. Inv trip h" in. .Irur.Ina I t 'a t 'larking al plncai'pie i imd'md bin [pl: i< on the mnilttee was rff4 .

soucrroiiut ouu-cm -r pro. u','nip; on his lur'l I 1'1.. in.* )i\: 'wl.lllou\ <,ff.'nd! I" I ih '.1'I "|1'- thinku'g; of Inveiiting: In *.r.I. 1.-it"' n :l.d bv MrarfdHI .

45 1-i Twelfth Street /prq'Ihh| i is of the >t urt h 'uJu. >t> nils! :MisMills in a Anne' "r nt Tills lasunac Md(. Miami, fore (Ii.' ,l' ", H! ', Vi 'in IrIar: .' JM n )IaN,< *lIf! ''II niid I 111.. Ii" I ,M ..f 'h,' ''I1 I I j. .r mrmlw. ,t .h' trash ii' "., ,I win' ,L. the' :.ist, era stn. II.. .11 and an ..10 i I. : e of boil,el sod l i
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,. ,II i I-\ .nit tor Hum & PpndleN I lot' aH "\ ,.0,1111.1- I I.OIl,," Ph M\. andtilt for h. r. !11'. ,< tning' 'orlaii Jlllir ..t thnr'; : waa nothing latklng for o''hlottfirt
H.f T. ATKINEOKTIO'iNFY, : ..' \".ort and l'onll"H.d : >- K>'a ate, r''H tin it fut - :Mrs .1.I W \"I'IIh'.r. sor. tarv :N., ." ,>rk ind nlt-isnre of every : i

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MAYtiRZDJEIS'ELFR .,' .. > ', .
W. ( t. ".I: } 'p. I .
\ I" ,,) .bJ ; .', 01 (,. .I. I I I' i 1 H s' n "ir. -
Held Interesting Meet Un.4 < ,, '\ \ ,, 1 I" -v. iI i
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@D (r .'.,* i I i I' .' r. Ii Fred'k.} S. Morse '
1"" c' : in l" '
."i Ms" 11-1 Tl:" I I.I.nr"l 'The I .,If '. In, In the
s/ : 'I. r\r Palm hli,1 l lI Focht-Young ..ii < .. : H. 00' lt
A51) "TICIA (. I '. i pt'a 1 'ar.t .!Let inl"'reeling -' I. 'II 1 1 \''I l \ t: ea :! ::;5ritate : .

,.. 1. nlthl. HI'J. W. ...,"'
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I.. : tU'1r! t'.. .. "l'r.t glaA.Iart. y l .Wedding Nuptials I
\ 11,1, I 111.\,11'1 K.dl 8. \\' | .. ". II
\ "I f r : '' ,1' TI. .n 5
." I mfnrt Itlr .er rTUnHvt v
j"r YN I (Ifq es up )ta'rs ('or. A\*. < and Ii th fit.
1..1'1! UK Sx1rlr and .. .
I I >
,.I..ergand 'argr etpeneno, i lI{ -- '1 ray: y hl' I hll' t nl, r.. I,. ,
ther ii rutswr'r4.' ,. ln<.... rea. dl i r .i -i MI' l".i-'iK, < mt".Una Uih I I I ,, .r.' '. I I. .I" ,, 'r' .. .x ,.I, /.t." r'Ip" ",
.orab', VI r,ptir tt'arhrq .I..k.l < .. ..I I he "H'.al memben. i TI'I' Timi--1 i',,tna! ('ill'.,r roI -' "".. l "'I- r -\ ," ,Ii i P'. .. ,.f 'iitr T Miami Dade Co. Florcia.
Jewer/y and ">!1"- m<..U-.. A pi.rt on of .... i .".. ...1.1'j I i I ,Jell undtr date ol Ih, :ttli in t ,h 'i ,I"I. i., at ,t a 11f'1.l w Jar ,
y. Hr T>ad.: k-kn, f..r.. I.n sled! on AT I hi I'' -t 11111'111.'r 'a s A dint bylye .-n a. 1 I'll' i Ina:, ,:v .. I I II I ,rust i .wd! | to i rhr: j --- -- -
deaf 1)) b'twI t ittbuiu'' inh Ms. : B. ;I I .!1d her .13ter. :Miw 11em pyir Fr.o11I YOlln,;. dan ,hl"r i,f AGENT OR LANDS OF"" '
t' :1. ( M 11.< lI'i. tailor'-d b i\ a reel.a- Mr md Mrs. I 1. H. Irua. u ,.s
O. W. MAY/SARD: / ""ton I ;: T Mtr Lli 1 lar Wood One oU' t, I re.entlv' mairiod to Mr, \\ ::1I'hl I It FI"j,1a! ..4
.. ".1.11'.1.| "r .rfwnr ol thf ,Kntht I It Foot t'Cii t lbil.-ny ro
\ of PillftfM. Conn He j Is
aI (Bermuda Onions:
.. .,. .... .... ...lan : 5
,.. \ i I'I' .< PrnMne Hill and1 I i/gradual' nf th. 101'1'01-1"' vt i rr'i'n- H. niiJa! C't mf Lire 'Can.il fr.,1! l 'Tran. (To C
". :' n'vl .. v 0' f Iroiii bulhhp >Ivania at I I'h I d., .. !<,hii. and I th.
\ "U'i ._ C4' :l rll'rat oitur *p "'-- l lI ,.tlde-t wm of 1"Johll U.) In, Raised at Homestead; !11I ,-tnii :11..1 1 fl'ridd Atlanta' ( 'i ait Land (('.1'taX.X \. '"
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1 r r 'r nrk t.\om>ne r. turned I1 I D',ring tie [r..1 Irl 1 K" mon h' h.i* Ii, t'!' .
,n-, C ,y i\1, < u\r" h..m.'Io. tif'er eni;1'I..IIt.' i i>f Ih prolw, 'ntes or :Ass J ---
r .: ; i. (HI I [ici.sant: [ltd tea rut I Ii H. Mirhirt: "hu h... bought in; 0110:'1 | .; : : ) X XJOOOO: .A.: t .
ran IPL' aNDDrr ND D bird i rat \ I.lnI i| !Dr S. H. Huhmord. math; Jnn' '1 Hr'r'', ,. .I i I 1. F Mi 'l >_ Mr fN
M II. ro c man nold (went, ': i icrm of ;>n.lrio. l lams 1 a: if al\k I olnt :' I I': "i.: : I \t .' ,.. .'r''. I i 11 i IC-I ii C-
,.'PY+ SIN alt ..OU'nlSR. I ,I',1! to :Vlr n.lIIe! of \\r t; ;: The marriac > >"rrtnnnt rat her i I. 15 p. fl'"f.; "J I'''.' H..rll".I i 1 Jid": I P > ; ,
w P. ...rLh I ,. I.. 1, ,.hlih.111 be mdE', ,.. |I . ] R<
Mr. C. W. r'.,uh ".1.I !... .
a.. 1.4 IwN.t IY.cea 6ltb..ay, r r..r -rote cud I end alln,, 'd r.\ nrv|. | til t t uilH rMrs : .
I II{ II I, I I'',,,.hh.'I.'': hild l,.-titv acre* '' ill the redJentfc nf Caller *moog.t. : :.1 ,tin h*. h"". \.'I i\ "K'" ,-(tul .
en Rea ew.b .w rasa a rP..... M.. \ i 11n.> ,* \ O Bprry. JT terdayr .. Ituentii .i re Mrs \rtl.iir M this fe, 'nu itl'i, h' r tjnmlo. s bh," indlsu .I --r---

WUNINSTON, D ,? >,. v, .1110' | urM", H The real I-lOrnn I : of tittle Rher Mrs \i 1iI11'Jag a Hntxlied artist being a trrad

'lai" t,,n,,'nc,r. i is hattriK a boom sow I (!: o! UJMitd and Mrs !Ifa!..,' ]note of t |Ie ftatt! ixbool. of.'York bra :
aid !'t i ''he I lest ten days. IDi acv.. ijUire'''' of Staart Mr and :Mrs Samu-; I' l'\lt.\ I II I II !Ii. ranidly! going to the front as the l"adinp s X

of 1I.td: and bin changed hand and I SIIIuft'pr of ,.Selln" Grow. la. I I I Th M II' r>,* t,Icnlr at Hl ,rk I in South Florida.
will l hr made Into orange <
It h?,' h't-n !learned that the mss I I silk!; and carried a shower bouqum rd And al ie|>ort having a very nice i i ii is going to Miami. Now H the time to
.rl..Oms ...11. mart. after the of The
t\ | ros e. presents were aumd i, time Th. liar Day picnir will re
...r..fyH- { nth of Jan to flnUh the rock tor Ijerous i{I and jraluaMe I : At prenent the | an annual norurrence hereifi-r and | secure a choice location either for business i- +

l from StlTcr Palm I school hoase t ijynuDg' ; couple. will I make thel( norm It ran dolled for nm rear to M> | or residence. Choice location in +
|I Home tead and every grower and llVaranja I ) but a month laterill RO down the K E e. r;iten rill operator I I. iK.rf,>ctly wiling toll' to New York and remain north due some pretty nx| >t whlih .. lll liy that I the city for sale by : : : : : : : +
r urrJ ln o furnish the teams. for .hauling rO I!t; i ling the snfnme-$ time lie ojfned( upMr .
material; to the new road I J Mr. Samuel !Staffer' and "'mllyI I II1 U .N. West arrivededae*- I ,
rah Rev J R Walker will preach at I|I !have gone to lhP1r home In Se'Ins : day with h'a! household gouda; to take
.I he SI her Palm whool hoofs tomorrow 'Grove. Pa 4 where Mr. btauffer has {IOPt -jwlon of hla homestead known | FORT DALLA S LAND CO.1

I a flee stock farm. I I as the "Ke 'sworthy cnn ,
'J".tlon.f A happy tMw ride party from Tomato thtpment continue ala ildered one of :the ;tld arreracts OCIOQO) (> (XXJOXOOc.) OOCJOCOOOOOCCall ( ( -'
-till! MOST IIEAI1n1'U. MAGAZ810P4 I Redland passed through oar Hit Toe W4tD' I town fur a picnic In Black CiroK j T. J. Peter continue to ship a car come down from Pennsylvania 'later i
last Saturday. all la two area iarnwairons 'n.d dir but I I. on Or '
a loosing many for Mis Maggie Campbell has to !
Ash your sceidealet few thls s.Perbttraganx. those In the gone I :70F3N :e.: n rTT.T.y. :c.: ='TGR.AIZ81Pd ,
If he doer DOt handle it Among party> wart of help to pick IDs crop Miami to visit friends and re'atlvea .
.end u* his name and addm with oxr I were )lr. and Mir M. Spencer' Mr. | Rr"wn and Willard( of Kockdale for a month Agent Fort \ ice.Pre*.. Fort Dallas r:5:
MOM aad address and toe. for sample and Mr. JnnluiMfctnton, Mr. and have markfttd about 30.000 crate The bottom Ana dropped ont tf I, Dallas Land Co., Miami Fla. ie Co.. St. Augustine Fla

copy. Regular paste tyc .HentvNi IMra George; Karl Mr*. J. M so far I the price of tomatoes. but our !artn- : "
thai paper (I I Bauer Mrs. Martin Mr. and Mr. j I The great eulxePS met b) all grower en are not worrying P4 their elope i oooc : :-ocox<. <:. >xxxo: ()( : :<:IC. Burr Publishing Cfraapur J. Brewer Mr. K. E. Boo. UlaaiBeaale this season baa already created are about all marketed uid god ,'1>

4 Wss* 2tt ttmt .... Ycrfc Qty Boas and leveral other "whoee a demand for land for next year. price were received _- --- ":t"1
I name we failed to ret George Richardson of Cocoanut Mr H. 8. Scott shipped over SOO .1
The Overotreet brother from Miami 1. Grove tan bought through D r. crate of tomatoes from one acre nf

Mop GrvmbllBg hare started to bal'd an{ Irrigation Richmond five acre of prairie Rverglade land most of them being The Ocklawaha ;
plant system < If 701 suffer from ;"Rbeumatlm or who hat charge of this grove UI I Miss Lnsle Wilson of Green Pond. others have done a* nell. and everyone FLORIDA :
pain, for Ballard. Snow LUImat working with a gang of twelve me l8. C.. has bought ten acre pine land I I. preparfng' to more than doubl e ::
will bring quick relief It b a srtare to pat thing In condition for next for grapefruit grove I.their acreage next season Want Orange Grower to know that It la to their Interest to buy tree* i tar
for Sprain Rheumatism. Contracted I _s. L. N. Snell who already own Dr. E. L. Brook. ha been 111 to from their stock. Because they bare THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. '.
Muscles and all pa.11tIa d Mr. George Zapf proprietor of the valuable property at Benaog baa Just several! week and at this writing Id. i I. GOOD RESULTS can only be obtained from tree* tbi: Fare aa abuadanc t
wttkla the reach of_all Price Sic.Ife Zapf mill at this place left Thnndayon bought twenty-nine acre pore a DO better of GOOD ROOTS item that are STOCK. top WELL DEVELOPED: '
11 CR. Smith. ,Tpaah*. I a buclnecs trip to Miami and will jolnlng hi. previous holding and leave. and woodthat I.I ENTIRELY FREE or INJURIOVS INSECT ;
Tex: write: 1 hart used Ballard s return today with nti family and William T. Roberta I. firing --- urn ONR TREES! hall all these GOOD POINTS In their favor ud wcorldally "'
Know LlDlmei t In 'my family for they will occupy their com mod ton his chooser, the WII1I-, for a tr upDeerfield Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL IVDUCEMNETS are offered '
year and ha j? found It a Sue remedy new home In the mill! settlement with hi* mother and family ni t is StillShIpping to rhooe who will place their order BOW. for fall delivery OCR NEW ',,1
for all pal!.* and afhe*. 1 re. Mr. Charles' Graham the aawyer Indian river j EARLT' SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC
Mnntead It fof- paint In the rhet of the Zapf mill bought from MrGeotge Ulan Mafglo Young was a visitor AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT n CATALOGUE TREE '
J Bold bT Blaca ne Drtog Co. :Zapf today. ten arras cf land In Miami Monday night and .[ten Tomatoes ; .
upon which he will build a modern ed the opera. :
Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries
A Narrow Escape home. and IL la understood that he. The grounds around the Richmond
will noon take unto hlme: a bride I i I cottage are being pat In better con
join him In the home. dition. ))(ofor e,4.aa.. .. May 14- DeerOe'd O W. CONNfM. Proprietor. '
O.W .Cloyd. a merchant of Plank, Ito
Mr. Eben Smith of bad quite a good: shower of rain Tangerine, Florid, 1
llo hJ a u:raw escape four ye..n Miami apet
,. ago. when be ran a Jlmeon BUT Into a day and night at the Cottage last thla welcomed morning It and Many all the farmer* Or M. A UMBANK, Agt, Miami Flvrlda '
... thumb. He Mf: The docto.wmnted Tuesday sere under the I
The St. Lode Club Impression that the tomato season Our CRBOCTDE +
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preparation for .
to amputate H but I woe It! the destruction of sat*. fl *s, aa<
would be over last week. but very other vennln will do tbe work.
...tot consent 1 boafhi* a box Of Buck- '
good: shipments are still leaving bv I
.Jtn'f Arnica Salre and that cans] Held Picnic ,
Quarterly Housekeepers Club express. although tomatoes will coo
,be. dangerous would25 cent at
all dna.C1ata. be a spent crop rlueapple bsve I :.{
--.- put on a heavy crop and many pine
to Meet Monthly will be shipped from DeerUHd drat' Miami Bottling Works _
IF iorthe DONTsucceed The Stuart correspondent of the |liD, the coming season
TImCo loa. under date of the Sse'uys th
Mr. U 101. Saxon
| came to UeerIfield
ant tlfte ae Herbs : : on Monday to spend severaldays ", WALL A McGOWAN. Props. S
'sad you wl'l get infant relief The The quarterly picnic of the 8t. ,Coroanut Grove. Fla. May 10- I tilt Bis brother. R. r. Saion '

greatest liver rervtator A pod Lucia club wan held at the club Miss Josephine Wlrth. Mrs. Ralph I Mr*. C E. Smith left WednesdayIB'for mh Street. Neat R. R., Miami, flea d A
tire rare for Constipation.. Dypep., house Saturday, attendant not ao M Munroe'.Isttr. leaves for t Hastings. Ma where see will
MaUrla Chill and all llrer eomlalat large aa usaal.for various good reasons north In a few da be I
>* to away until | spend several dale with her friends
', Mr. O-. t>f Emory. Te z.. but tbe many present enjoyed July Mia Wlrth's many and then go on to St. Augustineto Manufacturer of A
'.write: Mr wife has br-st sail.C the bathing the dinner and the general friends with her a happy visit Mr. Brown representing Baker fc !
HerMao for herself tad children for visiting norther fri.adLTbe All Kinds '
| Holmes. of Jacksonville Ir town ;
IT yeara. It U a are fare for Mrs. Enlist Rico entertained the Housekeepers' Club member* I'taking order* mil morning
t'OalpaUoll and Bvtarla fen Missionary 8o4ety ,Wed.....,.. In wilt hold '
one meeting month d nrMr.. M. H. Weaver. reprmenilng :
hick la aabetantlated br what It a hoapltable manner Soft Drinks
lee tbe summer the last Thursday I the F'orida Fruit" Grower Dally 'Iti-, t
u dose for my family" $oldB1.eays. ti7 The Soap Bubble Club beU IU of the month The** meeting are cube egraph Report published by Mr .

Dog Co. moath'y meeting with Mrs. Tho man purely nodal one, although plaa. F. H. Hamor, of Fort Pierce, ca* Pt'esstl mtt*. t. Afl

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..,.. r fq s xfga 1 Continued from Pagfe 1
. I
:i "1 Am

I ,
t 'ney Price announced that he was not

!. Glad To through with I the witness I

Thta Morning .ta........

l : I At the opening| of court this morn-I

r 'a Write MyEndorsement Inn.thp several witness! mere placed .
.t under the rule which means that ,
they are not to talk about the cane

f : f. to anyone except the attorney by
whom they were subpoenaed. a'.d I
were told to go domn stairs and I II 1
Of The I there remain until called to tIIII-1
fy. These were all witnesses not
.. I
\ present at the opening of court yes-

F GreatRemedy erday
Joseph Zapf the young man who
v, was an eye witness to the tragedy,

,:! i x, a resumed the stand thus morning Have You
under cross examination by Attorney -
W. H. Price for the defeuae.

__ x Pe-ru-na. lie questions asked the witness!
w were along the same llnea aa those
put to him yesterday afternoon.with
__ I Do So few exception, merely a verification
of the former testimony
Particular atreta was laid upon
'' : MostHeartily nesllons by )lr. Price whether< or
; F not the witness held a conversation

y with )lr. R. J. Chflllngworth( In Been toSewells
' the saloon building ImmeJlale'y after t
the nhootlng/: Zapf repeatedly ;
;J Julia Marlowe. \ lon of baring had a conversation 1

ass ya with Mr Cblltlngworth except the
one In the court house It was
asked the witness yesterday if he
f''t' MISS JULIA M RLOWt. did not sign and swear to an instrument '

: made by the coroner as to his
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improved under the ,,..a'mell'ba& testimony before the coroner ? .r

3 \ : M I stopped taking th. medl- to Irei which and he being replied rhown in his&al: :j11fJ'1 t'
I bad again.
t aid that It was his tlgnature
took the medicine for two years,
1 that the contents of the paper had
I got sick again and gar up all been read to him and that he swore
.of getting cured. to the troth of what the paper con .
saw atestimonial of a man whose tained.

waa similar to mine being cured by To Impeach Witness
. .,so 1 thought I would give it a It Is the Intention of the defenseto

. impeach Zapt by testimony given -
procured a bottle at once sad com prertont to the present examination If not you should go at
taking 1C I hare taken several to the truth of which he swore
F and am entirely cared.I Considerable discussion arose at t
A."J that
and look
this time between opposing counsel once over _
tar* label If atrsnytft ail concerning the mode of Attorney
Ile m oWcrMf person I **- Price In questioning theta_ \ Stock ofBargains
" Persia" Is all thft It eUlm44 u4 after discussion closed thecourt
i' ruled that the examination be

such M coal tar prepara conducted< en facts that had been

.,are doing a great deal of harm. brought out, without unnecessary 4
: I medicines and headache powders elay.
heart aDd Question Put to Mltnew*
all alike*- depressants
not be used. The nerves would Zapf was on the stand at the noon
. t. right If the direction: were goes recess bat before 'being .zcaaedw.I
corrects the ligestion. asked the following questions by the

-= court
Q. Did yon notice when Troy j I
': Miss Mable L. Godson Now Second came Into the saloon, whether or k
be had been
not be acted a* though

In the Metropolis Jamestown Contest nongh.A. Well he walked straight 1

Q. Did YOu notice how much of
the bott'e of champagne Troy

:t. WIth Miss Zelley Leading By About Five Thousand Vottt-ThouMindi waa A. empty 1'0. I after did not the notice shooting only was It 25 to 50 per cent tut

l of Tote art Coining in DaJly.-SUndlnf of Candidate ver.
Q. Did yon notice bow much
..r'I be had drank before the shooting on these goods. Money .

'j took place?
J A. No air I did not see how I saved is money made.
L (From !Thursday** Dally) I'r was one ten vote ballot similar to ranch he drank.
But one change of Importance ha. I this one cast yesterday for another Q. Did he get any other liquor
taken place la the relative standing t I r II lady, neither of whom are properly while In there that you know of? The more you buy the
he did not not that
of the contestant In the Metrop- I DomlnatoJ. A. No air.
f. oils Jamestown Exposition contest Fo'lowlng I* n list of the nominees I know of. "
' r since yesterday'' noon count, aDd to date and the number of Q. Do you know what caused more You Will Save. : ,

that tee Miss liable Godson take .rote received by each np to noon him to say he would shoot the -*.
: second place In District No. 1 by today: oat of any on* who bothered him This Sale Consists ofClothing ,?
I do not.
--c,f about two hundred vote over the 1 held TCo. 1. A. No. air.
Worley for the dense. *-
By George A.
p next highest candidate Mia Zl- 1-
.. and Suburbs)
(Miami .
lead little five
l icy still by a over
f thousand while Mia Louise Fang Miss Anna D. Zolley ... .. 1M71 : Q. What sUe bottle of champagne -
maintains the lead la District No. 2 Miss Mabel L. Godson . 14.SU did Troy get*
by about six hundred Tote Mis Java A. Ron . 14.111 A. A plat bottle.Afternoon .
Th candidate are, with bat few Miss Grace Pbelp . '11.171 Session
f .. . .. &,UO
exception, pining thousands of Mis Battle Hodge At the'' opening of this afternoon's
votw, dally and It U reasonable toy Yin Eleanor Mill .. 8.011 session counsel for the defense
It; say. over a milUo. vote win have Miss Maude Bricked . ,07S moved the court for poseesalon of
teen cast when the corniest close Miss Bessie Fuller . 4,464 certain sworn affidavit, made by
t: on 1i* I*'* of As gust. Miss Maidle Tucker .. l.SSH a Zapf Im the presence of Attorney ,
In counting the vote today one Mire Gladys Brown .. . 107 Saunders which la alleged tc be now J
t' ten tot* ballot Issued by E. B. District No. a In the possession of Mr. Saunders
.,.'.. Dongla rent thai. rf nomlnat* and (All of Dad County outside of Miami the said affldaTlt baring been made
cast ten vote for Mia (giving hours after the 1 1i
: and .barbs.) by Zapf ai few
e ) the] nan ot the lady nominated) shooting of Newtomb linen discussion Shirts Shoes
Mia Louise Fang. Fort Land- )
signed andS to
There was no''within signature the rule, of the dale . . . . M40 was Indulged by counsel aa
not] coining! wlthhe'd and Miss One Miller West Palm why the affidavit should be produced. ,
theballot was the
'1/' contest ; one awaiting Beach . ... . M48 the court finally ruling that
-t' will be held for week affidavit be turned over to the de-
Muse Maud WtlUrd, Perrtne 1,4U .
the proper,:nomination of the per- -
1I It-.....cu1e4 on the ballot. There I Mile Mollle louts Dull .. 1.0(1 ten.e. Hood Stand '
.. Dr. OB
1- CTTRltiER IDKSTIFIKI* Itle I* that In non of them was Shortly after the ruling of the Hats
--I aaythlig missing though the premises omit admitting the affldartt of Zapfto
:1 r.:; (From Monday Dully) bore unmistakable evidence of the Inspection of counsel for the ,
the presence therein of an Intruder. defense the witness was excused
t A whit man; giving hi* nun u Patch declare h* U Innocent of U* from the aland.Following .
: Jon Pnleh wn arrested this mor"l' charge lodged against him. H* wiu this DrHood was planed -

\.\, 'IIC) hy Deputy Sheriff .. probab'y be given a hearing tomor the atand. The purpose the nature of his ;
t ot the who en- row. testimony Is to determine and PantsThese
) suspicion being party of the wounds and connecting drttmstanee -
1. tend several retldtncM her within ROYAL PALM HOTEL with the death of Mr.

'f; the laU fe C day the last being That WILL BE PAINTED Newcomb.

'f I of Mr Peterson. residing on Palm I

., Avenue A force ot workmen are now engaged -
.1 This was during the early noun la perparing the roof of the Mr. and Mrs R. W. Brown andP.
.' yesterday morning. Mr Peterson be- Royal Palm Hotel and its annexe E. Brown of Larkin are lathe
; Inc awakened by a man reaching for tile painter, who will soon getto diy spending a few days the
:'. over his wISe on the bed beside him work brightening up and preparing I guests of Mr. O. P. Sawtn and to clearing sale "Spasms" of ours do not come
the season'scrop
cod '. H grab- talk over the result of
and touching his < ) the great boas for next season's

f' I ted the band of the Intruder who business ( .from The five Browns acre raised of land and S.fOC snipped often and our patrons know that we mean bus- .. ,
after severI at'empta managed' to TIle work to be done will be quite ,

;i( break his bold and get away A elaborate and consume the betu. (crates bean of and tomatoes naturally cucumber fevl hlgJPydated and iness when the spell is on. Come soon and mak I'
lamp was burning In the room and part of the Intervening time between
}lr. Peterson got a Rood view oI > now and toe opening date, thoughthe of the over vegetables their success being the of.quality very- selections while the assortment is good.
he nan*: face. (a reporting the exact details could not belearned your
{ high order and bringing fancy
matter to the aithorltle Mr. Peterson I .
prices. Mr F. E. Brown will fo
said lit would recognize the in- It la also stated very reliably, that
north from here to spend the '
r: ruder In the event of his appre-: besides the general painting of the "nl-I
mer, while Mr. and Mrs R.
bnslon.a' house Inside and outside there la a
Brown will return to their home at
Th aatnortties calm they barer of substantial
strong( posslbl Ity a
lArkini to rive special attention to
'" been suspicions of Patch for met addition Increasing the capacity of their pineapple field and ten acre
time and upon the description of the the hotel being erected' the sane
citrus trait ern.... They slate that
mai seen In Mr. Peterson' room, to be under way at an rarjy 4.... the mango trees are lot-ded with
t he was placed nudr arrest Mr .-.t-I The only Improvement made tn fruit also that one gooseberry bush
ron called at thf county Jail this the Royal Palm In the put severs has now about six bushels. of fruit JOHN SEWELL G BRO.9
) morning and was poultice in hi. rear. *. I* an addition to the servants ready to pick. This tame tree las
Identification of Patch as the man quarters two summers ago. The *ssou yielded fire bonne, of N>rrie -
t with whom; h* had grappled.A whole structure will now be entirely which was made Into jellies. the
(' peculiar' feature of the several renovated and painted and mad ai arne receiving hUh eompllmeats '
> house entries reported to the nnthor-.a'lck and span a* new. from all who uNd It. I



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