The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00422
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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f ,b4>1"1'1. Roe. Russell Saell. T TKT.jWarimann Court For His Appearance For a Further TrialReasons t

I \Vat,.ouVeils! Willis! .. Five

terday Afternoon By A of of bee>Wilson,- 40. of Ca.houn Wilson For Requiring Such a Large Amount of Bail Graduates, Three Young Women and Two Young 1

Vote of 40 to 20 |''Basgett.Against Cslklni.Postponemen'; Carter-Crawford Aiaut; ,, Stated By Court in Rendering His Finding- Men, Given Grand Ovation by School Patrons And J

;i Dote Diipont. Farrla. If.".\I.Loac, I' Bond Promptly Given and Prisoner Re- Friends-A Short Synopsis of The Part Taken by Each 1

i I McCielUn, Otflrle, Parkinson, Hettlgrrs. -
R"-*.e. Register. emltn.! leased-Left the City This Morning Graduate-Exercises Conclude Tonight t tI
Williams. Wtltou of Hrrnando.-20.

IOTICE OF RECALL MOTION I Paired. Itk-hboHrr.. nay, Thompson I -- I
y. *. \\iMi.ims. nay. DnJleyTen
Mr I IVrkr give notice of s (From Friday's Daily) ered that Trm w.n reaching. In I
motion to reconsider The principal Incident In the proceedings bin satchel and It made a noltw like ( From Thursdays Dally) I denMr., John Sbl.lf'r11\ be the Pres-
I/ Other Matter ComklderHAtwolateh yesterday afternoon In the cartridges rattling and Troy nwriiedto ,i The Clara '07 exercises of the :W.- of Cuba: Fred Pine will buy up *1

rothlog was done In Troy examination ''waa request of be reloading' his pltc>t What amitileh\ drool were held In the Canada and then change!: the course. J ]
llren by Mr. Decker-Able, fr.(1I' 'either Hours thi morn'QK The defendant's counts'! for a certain affidavit did you do them' was ,.-iced of auditorium lad nljht and of the Gulf Stream !in a manner 1
'Serilf. .. still cusslng; the Gaines In the poMtcsHlon of State Vo s. "1 got oat of the way." :ns- I a large will\ make Canada a warm ,'
meat Advanced For and Afaintttponement dra, bl'l! hlh authorizes the udienogreeted the graduates to and thereby lbat'j'j
n (tr Attorney Saunders, alleged to be an tI'd the witness, chub annwer .ti..ar brit orations realise' a
I Indefinite continuance of work In the affidavit of Joseph' Zapf. made by can!""1 a snicker to run through the tribute and pay them Eleanor Screven will compete
H Bit Victory Ererglades him before Mr. Saunders soon after ,the audience. IKftrtre. that coaxes only in a I all the test pianists of the world la

Amendment after amendment hare the shooting of Xewcomb by Tro; {i Attorney Price, for the define*. The ,Ja j content In :New York City and be
For Anti-DiTisionittf already been knocked out, and the oa the 8th inst.Considerable ;;took the plat of the barroom and the evinlags Biscayne orchestra opened .ward-d the honor of being the best '
bill will\ certainly be advanced to iU discussion resulted went over to Voss and examined entertainment playing pianist In the world Miss' Bessie J
third reading The House has not between opposing counsel Judge him as to locations, etc, putting a teea very the appropriate .overture and be- I Run will be a writer of note a
<< eVea touched Its calendar, the time George A. Worley Winter Wlmberley him through a strenuous examination >la ed speech of each graduate, club woman aDd wife ot the Secre
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catchy selections.The .
being consumed la consideration of and M. D. Price making Voss became nervous and excitable first 'I any of State. Miss Selma Freed-
(From Thursdays taly..J to before
Senate bills. : appear the au land win be
strong argument la support of their claiming to be an old man dience BO other than the pre 1
The aall-divialonisU seCarad a trI In the Hoses a resolution has was Fred Pine, who delivered (dent of Vassar '
request which was "followed by the and a sufferer of heart disease The the College, while Miss ,1
[aaphant victory In the House of tilt beea the clerks i salutotory. The effort of Shlsler
adopted prohibiting predicted
court ruling that the affidavit be court directed Mr. Price to be lenient the for herself that ,
[State Legislature yesterday alter from permitting bills to leave their submitted the with young mat was crowned wit. the wilt be still
i to counsel for Troy the witness, to which Mr. glory and teaching ia the
.ova. whet a motion to iadefialUly desks. The Reeee resolution the many humorous Illations Dade
county ix.hoots
and Price
so Instructing Mr. Sannders. responded that be would 1eaa as-l will have
[postpone the Dada eoanty.; dlvlsioa !dorrins the' action of the Internal who Immediately protested asserting lenient as possible to get the to the difficulty in graduating saved during the tw,jty years. '
U. was carried by a vote of 40 to Improvement Trustees as to rflraln- that be would tarn the affidavit true and material facts known b were related especially what amusing Mr. Piney II 17. S I from her salary as teacher ,;
This meats that there la OWe a difficult thing 't is ,
age was adopted.The over to State's Attorney Jones aad the witneq.As without spending a cent. The
probability of the bill being recalled Senate bill for the relief 01 aim only. Following this declaration to graduate saying la part "Its a predictions wt're.U received with
or given any further eonaiderattoaat census enumerators Involving aa appropriation Mr. Wlmberley laid: "Does I Answer CorrectedAt terrible thing to graduate, to 511one's much laughter aaJ applause.
session of the a lull In the top piece with the last clauses
UU Legislature of 'I 5OOt was passed. cross: examination
honor know that the learned' OJMH
Its close. your Attorney Saunders asked lb. of history, the- list lessons la Frenca Poesa
BOW Bearing The Senate bill appropriating fifteentbonsand court
counsel for the State Is IndefaulU
The Intormstloa was received, her dollars for education par- by having refused to turn that affidavit ''and defendant'" counsel: If be mleU! and last but not least: wearing anew Russell The class poem by Miss Besxi ,f'
[arty last evenlrg a1l4.. eon.: poses at Lake CIt,. was passed The o.er' I. John C. Jones the ask the witness a question which pair of shoes. He very was very beautiful awl ap ; .
clearly propriate: and
was er.nl"d.The demonstrated that he contained much senti
there was merit JabllatioaaaUafaction Senate amendment Increasing theMonument question provedto was a
qaence presiding officer *4 this court! I ,
.. master of ment and sweet'
04 expressed[ amon Soldiers' be one In the r \tn.- of correcting the allnaUoa and his ef thought It... aa
ask your honor ,to Instruct MrSaaaJera fort follows
those who-hsd teen the meet i tIv gappropriation: from ten to fifteen to obey your orders" former. testimony of the witness received much applause. The : almost
ia fighting the proposed division of ,thousand Dollars was concurred la. With this things began to I get rather sad cousel for the defense was at Claw History plains are crossed. j.
the county and the eralion of tbtMW 1 I Crill's geological survey bill was warm and retailed In the court'I torte, op and protenlel jKila't counsel Miss Eleanor Screvea was next to I The deep. cool woods sad restful
county of Palm aa advocated I placed' oa the ealeadar. The eecea- ruling agala on the request, this 1 eorree'Mg a atatemestfor the sddress the sssemblcg. and very shores.
by the people of West Palm Beachaad city for .a extra sessloa Is DlCOmluerg'every t last Urn refusing had so "Ua *w. that the wltwn had not clearly brought out class history I Of % lovely river lost la tangled 'I
other places la the Itorth {' day more aria more apparent. the stenographer to make ID..r1l.ctMl. |asked to correct: a statement' bat bringing In the names of her former I vines

part of the county. The r.1[ ,' The Cruise drainage bill Dr. Hood's TeeUssoay' I i' that State Attmney Saunders had I class mates and relating humorous Well know no more i
from" the Metropolis Tallahassee passed IU second readlag ID the Senate Dr. H. C. Hood of West Palm 'discovered' a discrepancy la the tee Incidents during her school life. At The plains are almost crossed. I '

cornvspondent explains the stalls wltheat amendment. Beach was the second witness called :timony of Voss and was endeavorIng the close of her speech Miss Screven t 'j
coaaected with the defeat of tteaaaaaara I i by the State called at the time I: to correct him. Mr. Saunders recited her last will and testamentto I' The meadows where the flower :
stated that he her sthool mates, lesflng to the Aad the harvest J
: for the raaaoa that his practise was simply wanted the yield of golden (q,1
Tall} issee, May XS- After a long CITY BUILDINGS sufferlag la consequence of his absence ,matter straightened out before the Freshmen Class a Uttle posy to help grain Jj
| ant dolly contested fight the fialatlag I from home Dr .Hood testified I II ,morning session this morning) them along thrl.gh their coming Were brought by sparkling showtrs. :"!t
:that defendant's sot coarse To the Sophomores beqaetted Of fragrant and
teach was given the Dads county : to finding Newcomb In a dying counsel could sue refreshing rala. 1+
lvlgles bill la the How ;yesterdayfterauoB I condition whea summoned by K. ,find cause er suspicion for Webster unabridged dictionary Are now no longer oar'..
WERE DISCUSSED D and to the Juniors, bundle
I A. Burkhardt td the saloon H.1./lair the witness. ImpeUh-I' a
The of manuscripts, containing The coming foot hills
The Mil creating Palm county oat also testified to the somber of ballet court upheld Mr expreaRlons rise
| ot the scribers portioa of Dade wounds found In the body of and stated that a witness might of good will. Mesrrs. Ben To ragged dizzy heights that
seat bad passed the Senate ow- Newcomb when ha maJe examination sibly forget or make a .. po.-I Wilson, Frank Blanton and Wilson Are to pierce the noonday skies
lac largely to the exertions of Senator (From Saturday' Dally) la the undertaker's establishment. I sad afterwards want to correct Robinson presidents respecti.ely of And tip that narrow trail so far
F M Hadsoa. but whet Rresentatlve epThe>> !I members of the Board of Pr.p D- stating that there were about eleven I\a perfect right of the wltn.... the above classes, received the bequests Our hidden fortune lies.

J W. *VatBonr:called a tic Works assembled at the office !wounds aa best lie recollected giving 'this time court took a recess until of .Miss Screven, who gracefully I I 1M ....
: the bill In the House yesterday aftctr. of Secretary Broesier last night and the number la hit opinion that this morning at nIne o'clock with presented earn with 'he Iltt leThe..a of nineteen seven.

BOOB Mr. M elton, of Daval. chalnnaaot I Indulged farther discussion. relative were entrance wounds and the number the question unasked. tokens. I I plains are crossed, ws part _
the committee on city sad county {I to the' erection of the fire department of exit wounds. Honing 8esnioai I' nemmlsrrnos tonight.
Mr. John Shlsler then related' hit And each alone .
orgaatxatVooa moved to Indefinitely and city hall balldlaga. advancing Dr. Hood testified farther to having When court was called to order those beaten ;
postpone the bill under the rules i 1 th*.project to a point where I Instructed the undertaker to re- this morning all witnesses who have reminiscences told of his pets p. I Ascending paths must keep la '.

A long and spirited det ate fel1laved. |lit U possible for definite conclusions move, a buDet close/ to the surface not yet testified la the ease were tioB from the Rich wood. O, High sight i
Representative Reese of EacambU and actions to be takes at the regularrem of the left chest A ballet was again excluded from the court room School, to the senior class of the M 1- i I Dear class of nineteen' sevea.

Carter <4 Orange aad "t fang next Monday Bight.Us :haaded to him by Acting State's 'and' Otto H. Voss resumed the ami High school and laughingly related Valedictory :,.
rta. of DavaL apeaklag against tile BOW the purpose of the board ;Attorney Ba..d..... who asked If stand.: I his experience when arriving i 1 i The valedictory by Miss Selma ...

postpooemeat, while Messrs. Wit to, Ivertlse for bids for the erectloa that was the ballet taken from New- Mr. Voss' testimony related to la Miami and hunting for the high Freedland was a gem and contained] \>,
saes. MeAVlllam Khols, ;Olnx-ea.l of ioth building bl.,. to Include comb's left chest. Dr. Hood examined ,conversations which took place between school He told how he passed up i!pome Of the most beautiful thought l j\
d alone favored the PMt po.s- the two atrueta,... Aanoaaeement the ballet and said that he himself and Troy after the and down the streets looking for the sentiment and prediction ever heard]
variojs Mr. Car for such bids will probably be made school and at last struck a building la the city Miss
neat oa could not be positive aa the ballettaken shooting occurred and aa to who I I{ Freedlaad la her
tar la his remarks made allusion to Monde alght. from the bojy of Newcomb ,, was In the saloon daring the time 'i which he thought most be the poor dignified, clear sad Impressive manner
the alleged millionaire gambling The b-ard' also devoted considerable w... as he remembered It. flattened i h. was there 'I/hnse but was finally told that It wasthe delivered he valedictory\ la aaca .1
Palm Beach and declarer! If time to the discussion of sewers public school. Much applause a maaner that the
dab at at the point not at the base as was Very little time was taken In at c"th." .,.
North' Dade would enforce the lav It and plans were practically adopt the one he held. He farther stated {: argument by counsel and the sell up Iou was given ]Ir. Shltler's narrative. I I i was hardly a dry eye with la her
the Interest jot good o*I ed for the sewering of Second street laws Prophecies hearing
would be la r that the ballet, aa he' remembered, i i this morning ran along smoother I I "
rats tn give It a chaacMi to make and Avenue O, -the sewers to have was not ai ranch: flattened as the than at any prevtus Urn.. )tl.. Edith Shlsler was the next I I Tonight the closing n..rnwill
good. The vote oa the t Mcoad re.a- thirty Inch trunk Uses:, that m Second oae ha was holding. I I fir' heftier on Maad I"speaker and gave the clars prophecy be held and the graduates deliver

lag of the bill was for) postponement street to extend from Avenue Mr. Wlmberley. for the defense', + .Carl Kettler Jr., was the sexwitness t I!, with. a dating twenty years hence: In I their' -), after which the diplomas l'
f> to the bay and that on Avenue questioned Dr. Hood regarding the j called for the State 1114',' I Ih. following manner Will toe awardedKRXIIKKKD .

for Postponement Messrs. O from Second to Seventh street. area of the body where the entrance very dramatically related his knowledge '.
Speaker, Aberaathy,BradawCl rk.Oohb This matter win also be given ballet wounds Were found ) of the \ !
by him. : ; material facts of the : ; %
Decker. 1)oHpa.Dormn.. further consideration at the next and the witness stated that they all case as seen' aid heard by him !, TAX ASSESSOR. 1 Ii
m a ce. Faulkner, jOriggs. H art- meeting. entered the body In the front. Indicating Considerable amusement. was occasioned |I!, IS LITERIRY- PROGRAM ).

field. Hooker. Jones Klrklatad.Kalgbt.Knowles what he meant by the by some of Kettler's <; :A
answers (From
Laa1tr. McCrateaMcKeaxla. Master Kenneth Hubbard Chest Tnesdsy's Daily) '
front being In front of .
a straight especially: to some of which i
Xt'W'l lam.. >ne.Xathews. ham, the young son of Mr. and l Ire. line down from each: arm pit. tacked on dramatic the witness j: The, regular, weekly session of tile ,)
Mel'os. alojrrisoa. Nit Thomes B. Cbeatbam. has beta a Otto H. VON Testifies I One of Kettler's variations ABOUT READY Woman s Club yesterday afternoon ]

Olmstead Paul. Pebbf t Rodds s- fever sufferer for the past two-days Otto H. Voss who stated that he brought on cross was to statements the effect was devoted cklfl to the rendition ,1

was manager of Zapfs saloon was that when Deputy Martin entered of a literary program participated i
the third witness called; and recited !'the saloon and told In by a number' of the members
Troy to throw
Gains ,
Small Shown Today in The la substance that .* soon as he I up his hand he (Troy) said "All I fOR ROUND Mrs. Kirk Mnoroe was the guest f

.. heard the shooting be entered the '! want Is fair play" and threw op his of the club and gave a very I Inter- 1;
... -- ; Contest saloon and discovered Newcomb ly- ,bands rating talk oa the work that has been :

Metropolis Jameston lag oa the floor sear the cigar case Tire examination of these two wit done by the rural clubs of the conn- _Wt..
i and went ever and spoke to him I nesses consumed the try The talk was thoroughly I.-
entire time of City: Tax Collector J, Frank Jaa .f
I bat received a. aa.".,. la reply the morning session. I trnctlve
don has :
to a question asked by Voss of one This tftenwmsj's Hnwlosi I just completed copying last Mrs. W :V, Hall reid a very In
of the men la the saloon, he was j Emit H. Ehman. an architect ,eu'. assessment rolls which he will I' teresting paper on "Puritan Eng '
: buses U That Oily Votes Cut From Yesterday hoes to Fire O'clock told that Troy; was the man who the fifth witness called by the State was use In making his asessment fur land." and was followed by Mrs. 1.,

shot Rewcomb1, I to the stand to Identify a map I taxes for the year 1107. This has R. F" Hoyle. Mrs Spencer and Mr*. "
la Were Coastedlateral la Contest Keeps Active-On Voss continued sad stated that R. S. Chafer
Evening he drawing of the Int>*r1or of Zapfs been quite a task, the copy consisting on current subjects, ..
asked Troy why he shot Newcomb. .saloon now la evidence while the president Mrs. J. 8. Frederick '.t

Saturday The'Ballot 'Box Will Be Opened At Kooa.IT sad received the enswer, "Because |court .. to measurement*before distances.the of lOt pages, each page cooItalning : read a a excellent selection oa
ha called me a son of a -.** Wit- !'etc George Wellington |i 1$ assessments and totaling the "Ideal Club Woman."
... stated that he they said. "Oh I Mr: Chman followed I I .% with i I"
-- aa a witness, and from names necessary At the business _'0. three new t
did ye? shoot that poor boy for I the start he told la a clear etc. IgUr"1 I members were taken ia and several "

I (From Thursday's bally) (ably the last one for son time to such Asked: a little what thing he did: It'then. a shame Vow I I mannt'r'I I|I Last year's ssnessment' I I matters of a routine nature disposed
._ A* stated In yesterday's "issue of I come. ssWatson's COD tine(( oa Page; Z ,to $1,201,0:0, apportioned aa follows of Mrs. Egger extended the dub r

the Metropolis the ballot boxes used | Following U the standing of the I : an Invitation for the Jane 9llver 80- r
!of 45 I MIami. north . UUtle vial! it her home next month which
several candidates to
la connection with the MetropotUJa&eslowa ap to noon today: r 15 rarrl, Mil) to aid
the I
Contest will District No. 1. Bill 1 Florida Historical Miami south . . 87..no was accepted.kr ,j.l
Society was lost I I Personal tax .240.110
1MIt be opened until & o'clock: lathe (Miami and buDurbs) I Th Tampa Fair bill Is BOW pending! "
afternoon hereafter except oa Miss Anna D. Zelley . 11.111I with chances against It_ I'I Errors.la assessment 1.010 | .th of W. C. MrOala -ft

will bet Miss Java A. Ross . . 1S.4I1 The Senate this 4.'
Saturdays, when the count Passed the House i morning passed I
Tot.I. . . 11.201.020On (From
Taesday't Dall"i
dvea from aooa. nil'" done todBtona Miss Mabel L. Godson . J4.CU "Higher Education" Ihe'' :
: Miss Grace . . bill I this a levy of 21 mills was Wai C. McClata.
with the work IB the Metropolis Phelps 1S.S11 I carrying over half a million aged tl years, :1
olBce Miss Hattie Hodg . U.I41 i dollars with but one dfssentjng vote I I made Mr Jandon will start In sad a resident of this city for the 111(
; few
to make
The staadlnc given below Includes. Miss Eleanor VDls . .. I.'U !I also the Cone bill turning over the day his assessments '{, past year or more died last sight r j
ply the votes cast Tram noon aa- Miss Msade Brlckell . 7.11 Tallahassee. 'May 11- Represea- : old State OnlverHly buildings to the for I, the present year, using the cjpy j'I (til 10 o'clock at his home oa Avefne .

Jill ( o'clock yesterday* beaoa not Miss' Bessie Puller : . T.HJ UUrs Wataoa'p bill abolishing the i j([ Lake City, with a 115.000 appropriation. bad just prepared lowering the
very aotleabte Increase for anycandidate Miss Maldle Tacker . 4.01T city government of Miami, passed '', the occasion or demands, though It as Is lompllcsttoa of diseases The fna- .::
Miss Gladys Brcwa . . 11TIMstrlct the House thbi. morning. The employees liability bill la now 'natural to presume there will be avery >I< ral will be held tomorrow afternoon' It!
It to expected that with la a few Xo. S I up for consideration. it toe home Rev W_ E: Stantoa ;':
Representative DuFont's bill an- decided Increase as Miami has
days there win be two or three more (All of Dads County outside of Miami Lal..r-A. we !go to press Mr. Is'dor officiating, and the tstenneaf .betas _
thorlilng the city of St. grown property grown la vase 1- In the
Augustine to
"candidates la Us race, as several sad suburbs.) Cohen received a telegram from Tallahassee nI(4 pat 'welve months, or I city cemetery by Undertaker !
|/4iav declared heir Uteatioa of non Mls| Grace V. Miller;; West levy an adlitlenal tax for municipal Informing him that the city {:fine the last eumeat was madi i I M. King Deceased leave* a fl
laaUBg some voting lady, both la the : Palm Beach . 1.1" Improvements,, was also passed.while I{I charter bill baa also panwd the sonI I The' mllliige for tbis ye.r's levy !' how... a son and Sf'"rttl l trued
.mt and second districts.The I MIN Louise King Fort Lsuderlale the Senate b'll validating the town ,'I alp as recommended by the citizen I will n* made by council at a future< hltcl.! ". Brides' other afflictionsilereaned

people are bt'(1."a. to teal- I . . . T.tl laws ot Palmetto: received favorable :'mans meeting' with the exception of I meeting and while the matter his had been blind for a aamr -
> of ,
las the neentinnal chance to se* theBTeatert Mix Mollle Jones, Duals .7JC actloa. the clause relat'ng to the' Municipal not been dlncu.ed by that body, In* Ills tears and up to the time of
historical exposition fever Miss Maude W Wltlardf-f'M1.. l.tSS The VolusU county division bill\ Court In which caw in.. Municipal ,opinion Drevull .;:enenlh that there nflnefnent,!. o1'.r.d s peanut
belt It this country and moat |>rob- Mist Bessie Boat, Homestead; 17k was tadefinltefy postponed by a vote Judge Is retained. will\ be a ntisf:story reduction.! (lime r<--r oi the inn Bsca tog 5,1cto'r,r lintel I I.J. some ft

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Any movement or any effort to

9. B. Tatam President. 8. Bobo Dean, See.-Tma. clean the streets and premises of Miami Three Dade County Ladies.
TNt MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY Is to be commended. The Metropolis Continued from Pagf I
has often urged the need
81s naoiiha . . . . '1.10 One year ..... ..............IIM I sad Importance of a clean city, fc-

Those paying la advance will receive a years sabecrtpUca for $10 cleanliness and for cleanliness sake, of his knowledge of the crime.

sad strictly six months advance sabecrlptlon payments. for 71 cents Thl Is a liberal tflsoowt to lad so* I I and In It criticising would condom any such nobody negligence unjustly -- (From Saturday's Dally) Get Free Trip to James-

"Cleanliness U Indeed nextto Yesterday .ftHDOOG' session of .
1 I the Troy preliminary hearing wsaoccupied
godliness" Is sn old and trite sayIng -
fce Postofflce 'i Miami Florida, as eeeond-elaaa matter.
stared at
in the examination of four
It Is least essential to
: at aa
-. witnesses, the principal GIla being
'j decency.
FRIDAY MAY 24, 107 A dty like Miami cannot afford to Mr George Wellington who. In an town Exposition at expense

have Its street as dirty as those of almost uninterrupted nairatlve.told
-- sn Indian or Mexican village. Most all he knew of the shooting.Mr .

THE MAN WHO !'AN EXAMPLE OF Southern cities sr* too negligent In Wellington stated that h* ,
the matter of neatness and cleanli wanted to be fair to both sides and
DOES HOT ADVERTISE [TRUE FRIENDSHIP ness. Travelers, who know how to clearly demonstrated that he meant oi The Miami MetropolisThree
chat he tal4H.. told of beingattracted
make often remark
' The man who does Dot advertise I Miami'sns the put several days a comparison,
Into the Zapf pool room
th'. fact Habit custom the ef-
- did not. I lhave
because kit grandfather been treated to an Illustration by load and boisterous conduct and
lect of a considerable colored population i
.. ought to wear knee breeches |lof true friendship- a filendshlp Indifference and a hazy notion seated himself Just InstJ the door

" a queue advertise (that is next akin to brotherly love.A of what real cleanliness Is ands of the pool room and watched progress. ladles of Dade County selected by pop
The man who does not
Soon after be stated the
, because It costs Money should quit friendship that had been of longstanding little appreciation are responsible of Its for value filthy or crowd filed Into the barroom sad ular vote of the people will be sent on a ten day (

1 paring real for the same reason (| and which must now be streets Importance and premises in a very short while he heard someone tour to the greatest historical exposition everheld

. The man who does not advertisebecause hPD'" to the everlasting end. Habits of cleanllcess are not sufficiently say "damn son of a -." Then
falled.ahould in the United States. The lady getting the
r he tried It I It A circumstance brought It about. taught They should be he said he could see through a small -
throw away his cigar because the i l.t W. Troy shot and killed carefully taught la the home and In window, a hand holding a gun and highest number ,of votes in the two districts ,

tt Vent went out advertise I man In the evident belief the school. Slovenliness, slouctrt- which gun was being rapidly fired. combined will be allowed to select a traveling
The man who does not he was acting In self d.f..... nw, dirtiness, result from Indifference after which there was a lull
because be doesn't know how himself I Immediately upon the sprtaJlng of I' thoughtlessness. neglect, laxlness. Upon cross examination witness companion, whose expenses the Metropolis will

r ought to stop 'eating becau. the news to various parts of the A home with a clean front was asked if the hand or the boJy also pay to and from Jamestown from any pointin
he can't took. I country brothers and friends alike may have dirty or dusty rooms lathe back of the hand advanced as the
' The man who doe not advertisebecause rushed to him Each came to Miami rear, a back yard tall or dirt shooting took place to which he Dade County. Contest doses August 29th.

somebody said It did not 1,1 1,1i at their own personal expenseto and trash etc- Those who clean up positively stated that It did not
* pay. Pound bacassseb.. that the be with .counsel and aid a brother for appearance sake do not love It had been testified by a previous
p.i world la the ancients ': and a friend In distress. And cleanliness for clealillcess': sake witness that Troy advanced as h*
said It was flat The Indiana they have remained her exerting Cleanliness Is largely a matter of shot but Wellington's straightforward What the Metropolis DoesThe

t Retail Merchant.THAT'S I'I'l' every effort and influence that co.," habit It should be made a matter testimony, did not coincide with

Y be of assistance. The most of them of duty. Let ns clean up the city such evidence. Wellington described Metropolis will send the I sueepesfsl candidates U the
r were from Maeon. Oa.. where the and keep It clean. It win be more the rapidity of die firing as beinglikened
Jamestown Exposition: for a tB day's trip, Without one Cwt el m
THE MAN accused was reared and lived, and attractive to the eye more pleasantto to the ringing of an electric
they rank among the best aad moatlaniaPDual live In more healthy and more bell. pease to the successful candidates

FOR GDVERNORI men of that city. profitable In every way. Do this at Deputy Sheriff Testifies nit will Include railroad far. from VIaml0....

.. What Florida should hue ID her Ana why did they com Mr. Minter least during the summer months. Mr. Angus Marlin deputy sheriff point Ik Dad County to Jamestown and return sad will Udad

next governor U a man of education H. Wlmberley. city attorney of II at West PaJm Beach was the neat an expenses for tile traveling compute.

suftdent to use the English language Macon offered the best explanationwhen IS witness called for the State and told Also the beet of Mine whlle. otag U and from th* en-
himself tntelBgenUy he appealed to the court ta PERJURY of being summoned to th* Zapf saloon -
correctly And address
position, Pullman Palace Car Service. alag-ear service, hotel Mil
to any aid all public questions behalf ot his friend: "I came to him INEXCUSABLEhould on the day of the shooting to
at the laasid Inn the largest sad hest otel at the xporftto
J' of State A man who has been the sam as I know he would have arrest Troy. He stated In part that
I used to thought study and action com to me had I been afflicted and > there ever be sn occasion he entered the .saloon and found It will include street ear tar. admission to the exposition

along line of great public moment.A In distress. Could friend pay amore for a man perjuring himself even Troy In the act of reloading them..1D. ground sad concessions to Innumerable aid attractions therein.

A of mental power A maa of loving tribute to friend than where a woman's character is concerned of his revolver aDd ordered It will include everything for the comfort pleasure Instrw-
public experience A man of absolute this? It was a practical application ? The question which recently him to throw up his ......wllieh
moral character and uprightness of the golden rule "Do unto othersas l arose la Chicago Is applicable to Troy did He then told Troy to lion and Interest of th..eaU: of the Metropolis who are selected

ii sot only In kit own* person but you would be done by." discussion here at the present Urn stead np and Troy did so at the by the popular rots of U* people. Nothing will b* cheap everythlIg -

in hit Ideals. A man wno woald Mr Wlmberley said Sir. Troy 'In view of recent occurrences. It Is sam time starting to put his hands will be arst-dass. 1
II not debase himself nor degrade 1.11.I would have goo to him had he been heedless to say that the most learned tn or on his grip. He was told by
ta trouble and distress. Each and and eminent Judges and Jurists hold
high one of governor or a lower the witness not to touch the grip
office of any sort by bribery, vote every other ODe ot the several gen- that there is never aa occasion fort Mr Martin testified that h* took Those, Who Will Be Sent
: baying, whisky treating or any other lumen who hastened her as fast witness perjuring himself or her Troy to the Jail and returned to

low down, slum method of gaininga u train could bear them said the self.Tsktng the saloon for the grip aDd upon Tb* candidate receiving the largest number of votes tn DIr
I same thing. A friend needed them as a base for the question. looking Into It found some clothing,
political victory. : trlct No. 1. (which includes voting precinct No. 10. Miami and
In fact, a man who will stand the and they came. What a tribute the fact that the present King ofEngland papers eta. and a bottle of whiskey ,
peer of any governor of any State what an example has been set by when h* was the Prince of with about one drink taken suburbs.)

in the t'nlon. whom we shall not bee these men. But that was nothing; Wales, perjured himself In defense therefrom. Hoe stated that the grip Th* candidate receiving tH largest number of votes ta Dts- ,

shamed .f or make apotogtes for. a friend needed them sad they came. ef a woman's honor various legal was neatly packsd. Martin further trict No. r. (which Includes all of the territory .. Dad County:
, ., Is there any such man amend here? A friend! How often Is the tern opinions on the justifications of perjury testified that he soon after brought
abused How often and how many were sought by a Chicago newspaper outside of Precinct No. It.)
t Let him Stand up and show himself Troy to Miami In company with Officer -
Orlando RpPOI f'-8tar. ol ns think we have a friend when with the following results: S. A. Barfleld and In his (Mar. To the candidate receiving the highest number of votes ta

That's Just tile kind of a maa some day or other we Sad we bare Judge MeEwen held that In such tin's) opinion Troy was under the the above two districts will b* given the privilege of selecting a
not' How often !. a wan a friend circumstances a lie under oath Is '
w* should have for Governor but It I : Influence of liquor. An automatic traveling eofapaaloa.
t s I* doubtful' It It ever occur Somehow Just ao long aa It Is to his personal not only permissible, bat Justifiable.Th pistol was shown to the witness and ,
Interest to be In the favor of another assistant state attorney and others
or other such men are never: h* wan asked If It was the ODe used
.very successful la getting Into pub But not so In this ea... Here agreed with him. Judge Olson by Troy to which he responded
J' lie offie It is strange but true was a boyhood, friendship that had I,dissented and said: "I can see no way ..y_" The defense did not question Basis of Votes
't grown Into manhood and ripened for a man to violate u.. oath helakes the witness. :
and uaexplalnable.HAPPIHXSS! Votes will be allowed on an subscriptions: paid to the Metropolis
with age. A friendship that was on the witness stand even to lea Worthington Called
true genuine and lasting to the end. protect a woman's reputation.1* Judge Mr. George E. Worthington was OB the following butt: \

. "I came to him the same aa I know McClellaa thought perjury was perjury then called by the State to demonstrate -
. he would have com to me had I no matter for what purpose : the Colt's automatic revolver, 50
1 month ((5 weeks) 50c votes
. VS. UKHAPPIHESS been afflicted and In distress.Could committed and Dean Howell and 'and In minute detail he explainedthe ____ _____

the story have been better told; professor Arnold of the Universityof mchsnlsra and operation of the
If people would spend as much could the ttellpR of a sincere, manly Chicago agreed with him. 1 revolver. 3 months $1 54------------------- 175 votes
time trying to Invent means to heart been better expressed. Ando Thus It, Is shown by the most I Attorney Saunders then asked the I .

'IJ 1 make their fellow sufferers happyas those gentlemen who so gallantly i learned .opinions that perjury la In- court for aa adjournment until this

they do in trying to manufacturesome rallied. to the aid of a friend the Metropolis xeussble. The law prescribes a I morning, stating that on account ot 6 months $25.0---- uu_ _ __ 400 votes
desires to a word la penalty for perjury and yet witnesses
- some scheme to make them unhappy say his associate Mr Atkinson being
life.would be touch brighter for behalf of the public of Miami with are permitted In nearly every court unfamiliar with certain phases of

I.l them Hew often do we, perhaps whom they became ao thoroughly acquainted. In the country to go on the stand and I I the ease, he wished to consult with 12 months 5.00 u _u - -1000 votesFor
o i through careleesneaa cast a ..lIadowt' Ton have conducted yourselves II* when the court knows they aN several witnesses before they. were
oa our nearest and dearest friend as gentlemen. You have been tying and the exact purpose which put on the stand. every ,.yearly subscription to the WEEKLY METBOPOUS

or perhaps one who lSherwlse would fair and honest In your convictionsand Influences the 11. It might be wen With this request Mr.' Wlmberley. tile price! of which la ".10. the Metropolis will allow IM rote
It Is to by your moral and social character to do away with some courts to say
be aDd hw a for the defense WYS oa his feet and For all Job work advertising ate.. paid to the Miami Print-
treat people courteous we ought to have won a place that will always nothing of the Judges. protested against such In his opinion
''I 1 thank beaten that people are so be- warm In the hearts of the D unwarranted delay of proceedings lag Co.. daring th* contest we will allow one vote for each ItceaU t
....eI' of flattery and _pUm..ta. good law abiding people of this FASCINATION stating that counsel for the State tad ao palL '1

-. It costs you nothing to show a ha- community. A hearty welcome had ample time In which to consult In every Issue of the Dally and Weekly Metropolis there i
> interest la everybody and every awaits you whenever you desire to IN STORE ADS. with all wttmeeees. The
1 was com us. Would that the argument will be found a coupon blank which when properly and plainly
r. welfare, whit OB the other among
body's between counsel on that point lasted -
.. be die means of gaininglife world was full of such men as )0.. :There Is a mild sorcery about store filled oat and delivered to this office! will entitle the eaaJldat t
.' had It may about fifteen minutes and brought
long Mends who may some time -o-- advertisements. They hold an attraction the time up to thirteen minute* of named thereon to one rote.Roles q
t be able to do yon a great favor. for the average womaDlOIIIe..h.t the regular time of adjonrnmaat "
At aay rate everybody I* God'screatures AN EDITOR stronger than that she at which time the court ordered that

1.J1 and If V* win not treat THAT IS RIGHT feel. Omit for the the advertisements novel or the theatre.her an adjournment be taken until this of the Contest

each other with respect for our own I morning at R, SO o'clock 4
It to the newspaper and It will not be her 1. Candidates most be properly nominated by two reliable
f \ happiness' sake we ow. Editor W. B. Harris, of the KIs- .. Moraine Solon
"lie spaper" more.
} Creator and sustainer of ourselves slmmee Valley Gazette Is made of I any Quite surprise was sprung when citizens of the district wherein the candidate resides, who wii
The 'why" Is accessible.
to "love one another" as He has the right kind of stuff. He Is on* "She" looks at the ads. and hasa Attorney Sanndera announced that Touch for the candidate. Any lady over fifteen years of age M :r
.."r commanded us to do. of those few editors who writes the State rested Its case. With this eligible c ht11<, uouilated. provided the rules of the contest are xcomplied
rather definite "prUment"t
Try It. Try to put a little ... things as they occur and ss he sees announcement attorneys for the Je- with. "
In hours she will
shin Into Jthe live of those around them and don't car who or what he tense requested thq court to have the
have bought something that she hall t. Candidate mast reside IB the district, la which
they ar*
you and see if life U not more hits so long a* he tells the truth ; State call Earnest A. Burkhardt &81
r worth living bas It was before- Mr. Harris has evidently been In bad long thought of and lone waiited he was sn eye witness$ to the tragedy nominated and In event of removal or withdrawal vote already
else she has
Santa Ross Star. repute with la ertal'' element of his or never thought something; of at all and so has and wonld undoubtedly throw polled for her will be forfeited No traasfer of votes will be allowed -
romm..ItJ-.probabl because h*l some light the affair The
: on court "
n wanted heard after have been once counted
never perhaps never they
told the truth about them, aad in I ruled that the State had a perfect I
of ALL THROIOH HAVING Is reserved by the Metropolis to amend the*
l MIAMI'S HEW FORM the last Issue of his excellent paper I right to rest Its case after the first 1 The right *
be sends out this ultimatum: "The READ THOSE STORE-ADS witness had testified If It cared too conditions or to withdraw the offer In any district where only on*
OF GOVERNMENT editor of the They add Interest' to life- these
Valley Gazette has
re'calved << so candidate la nominated or voted for. t
tore-sds. And not alone for "her :
Information of certain threats
Witnesses for Ttrfmite.
,, Tie Miami charter amendments ss to the bodily lIana that would "He," If he Is not of the non-blase After the court had so ruled the I 4. Each coupon printed In the Dally or Weekly Metropolis .+
have passed the Legislature and become befall him when circuit court ad- sort approves of her" ,+ul-reaJlng I defense recalled the8tale' I* good for one vote for any regularly nominated eudldatsSpecial :'
law. The people believe the habits and ..daD..pn..ltcursloll.. Zapf
a burned and Judge Jones had left first witness, to locate positions bollots will be tarnished on all subscriptions received U
change will prove beneficial and w* town To the offended wish -nand he goes along now and then
ones we
believe so too. Time alone eaa toll.By. to say that w* have published certain la order to broaden his now ot etc. held by the principals la I this office. IA;
th* amendments the department articles In this paper in the Interest things AND BECAUSE HE LIKES the tragedy. on a map shown to him (. Ballots sent to the Meta ti for a person not regularly ,
? of Public WorD Is "SHOP" ONLY LITTLE LESS of the measurements of the Zapfs will be held for the. '
of Board of decency and good morals; TO A nominated one week giving person so wading :. \
r done away, with various offices are that It was done without maliceaforet"otapt THAN "SHE" DOES. saloon.this time brought The testimony oat of Zapf at the ballot a chance to either nominate the person he or the. voted '
the council I* reduced no new facts
consolidated dty 11
\ toward any person; Charles I for to give to some regularly nominated candidate. ,
L. or
Payot. manager of the
In. humber;;, and all officers that w* propose to continue along And still we hear nothing about ..
aft placed on n straight salary for remuneration. the same Haes as bag as we are la preparations and arraDemea"for pool room aDd barber shop adjoining C. No employee ot the Miami Printing O. or member *femployee's "

I AH of thee changes business If we deem It accessary for Miami's Eleventh Anniversary Celebration. the Zapf saloon la the same family will be eligible In the contest Any HIM easts 1 I

must militate to the Interest and ben- the good of the community and no Are the public bodies ot building, was then called by the defense I candidate shall have the right to name a substitut subject to our w
cOt of the!dty. amount of threats or Intimidation Miami, business men nod dU.... and testified as to who was la ....
he pool and approval la the event such successful candidate is unable to mate
room what they
The amendments become effective will deter us from this purpose. In generally going to let the anniversary I
In a short time and Miami will again the meantime court Is over the commemorations die out, and In doing previous to the shooting His the trip for any reason

begin a new life, a life that w* sincerely Judge has left town and our place! of the face of the grand success that testimony was given: In s clear and ?. Questions or controversies will be settled by the Miami I

; hop will b* an Improvementand business is at the same stand." attended the first event of the kind be nnevaalve heard manner He stated that" Printing Co alone and la accepting the nomination each candidate ; ,
the words "son
a benefit over the old. The And It Is dollar to doughnutsthat Maid last summer? We sincerely of a -
.. to aceept'.t abide by the conditions and : .
and agrees rules
terms of the present municipal of- aloe Mr Harris has called thebluff hop not. said soon after hearing them
see holders are rapidly drawing to a there Is not a was aroundabout o shots were find.B.rdl I ",

ctoee and a new regime elected under Klssimmee who could be gotten A certain Kansas boy at school and Saunders

the Improved form of govern within shooting distance of him was called' np one day by the teach 8. A. Barfleld. policeman of West 50,000 VotesMr

ment. -o- er and asked what excuse he had Palm Beach was called next aDd

the new charter makes It morenecessary for placing a bent pin on tile sat testified to a conversation held with E. B.' Pogglas. proprietor of the Ideal Dry ,,_
than before that the Volusla county claims that she will
ever that waa afterwards occupiedor young Zapf about twenty minutes
best men b* chosen to represent the .have next winter two highways that about a half second by a fellow pupil after the shooting: He also told Goods Store of. Miami, Fla.. has purchased from the

public interests. None but the best will become famous all over the "I was Just trying to put into of a conversation he held with Attorney publishers of the Miami Metropolis fifty thousand .
e and most qualified 'men should seek world one the East Coast CaaaUnd practice the lesson yon taught ns Saundtrs which In substancewas for the
n.. ... and the people should be careful the other her own highway from yesterday" said the boy. "Ton that he (Barfleld) met SaanJ- ((50,000)) votes contest now being conducted by

and choose Only those beet Daytona to DeLand. Two Instltn- said that we rhouU never miss an ers down town the evening of the the Miami Metropolis to send three Dade Couuty ladles I

adapted merally. Intellectually and tutions of that character might well opportunity to help others to rise" tragedy and seated on a bench, to the Jamestown Exposition. Mr. Douglas will ten ,
physically to do their bidding. Here's make Voluda the heavenly. county D commenced talking about the Troy- give ,
_access to the new charter unless others eaa show as much business ''The Metropolis acknowledges receipt Newcomb_affair staling In part that votes for every dollar's worth of goods purchased at his ;..

enterprise.'Time_UaIoL *f The Sandspur-eommenre- h* told Saunders that It what store and such votes will be received and credited to the it
Dade county does not have to wait went 1l.mbPror Rollins College the prisoner had told him was true,
Not satisfied with growing round until next winter In order to show which Is one of the neatest, best edited he dlln't think he the prisoner) name of the candidate written hereon the same as the

and about Pensaeohi has decided to the East Coast csnal within her borders aDd Interesting school publications had done anything more than anyone regular coupon votes and premiums In the Metropolis a t
grow np a bit. One of her enterprising aad her already completed highwmy
ever Issued It Is the productof else would have done under the
and successful eltliens Is from Cutler to Palm Beack. the Lyceum and Sphinx Literary circumstances, to which Faunders provided the votes are cast within the the time limit .'

+ going to erect a twelve story ,..n4lat -/a..rlytoar times as long ss Volasla s Societies of Rollins allege Winter replied In effect that If ss <( : That .sounds good but It will ,contemplated highway from Daytonato Park "1.. one of foremost of Flor- (. .
probably look s whole lot better DeLand. ida's educational institution Continued on Page <



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[ OF LAST Carlton seconded was by Corni1ei&iiea granted a permit to A mpbell)Martin AMaaro services. Jackson: wor .2.6'0P WILL OBSERVE THE SOTJCI OF UCCORPORAT10JI

PROCEEDINGS construct a dock on the river at Jupiter C Jones, juror, Jackson .. 1 20 -
the same to be built at his own W W Spell. same 1 10 Notice It hereby given that tae

expense sad to be public dock: for W McKeiule. same 1101C t u aderalgned Intend to apply to U*

the free use of the public all In accordance I I P Metealf, same 1.20 EVENING ClOSINGS '1 Governor of the State of Florida OB .

SESSION COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ..Itb. contract to be 'S A Barfleld same 1.10 the 17th day of J.... A. D. 11 IT. ,

drawn up by the county attorneyand I! Geo E Wilkinson same .. 1. U for the issuance of letters patent toe
I submitted to tb* board at its Francis Rlchardson.whness 1.00 I 'th IZABELLA GROVES COMPANY

next regular meeting. I I(I Alice Haley woe 1. O. I I At. recent meeting 'of the Merchants' 'upon the proposed charter of th*

: Petition of J. H. Oilmen and'''R' J Chllllngworth. coroner I. SO I I Asa xtlon.. Mi M-iU-r I'. btu said Company, as hereinafter set

other for a road commencing at i i IO M Dykes supplies 1 S .50 was appointed a committee of one to out.

fast What and All Dullness Was Transacted By This A. Sloan's corner on the west side IH A Carlisle salary, sup .143.95 : confer with those merchant: on Signed) John B. Roger

of Big Snake Creek And thence running I J Hardee. com. April cols 81.78 I Avenue D. and In other parts of the L. A. Cooler.W. .

Body of County Fathers-Bills Audited and north war J to the Wofford dyke I1 O Carrie same Ut..14 city, not member of the association Emley: Walton.Articles' .

was read and Messrs. O. P. Bull. I[7. T Merrit Copy record .00 I relative to closing their place of of iBCorporaUoa t

Ordered Paid, etc. O. L. Baker and Tat urn Wofford ':'L, T Merrill, sal. and sun. SO. 10 business at ( o'clock: In the evening. The undersigned hereby aasoctat

appointed a <
mark out the same and report to tbe R K Taylor same (partial) 16. '0 expectation and as a result h* ha of forming and becoming a body

I board at its next regular meeting; j i K H Seymour, same 21.00 secured the consent of the following
Moved by Commissioner Allen, John Frohock sal., sun. J8 t. OfD merchants and shop-keepers to close State of Florida under and by vtr-
May t. 10 t. m. ed to blast the rock at hla earliest seconded Com. that the their of t of th
Miami by Carter, W Mora attend | Board met pursuant jto adjourn-i i ronrenlence. I county treasurer be. requested to W H Morris, same 26.25 until) November 1 : J. F. Blan- :
Petition of E D. V. Burr and other ], with his ton 680.1
each Ante
t with Chairman Baker and give of monthly reports ( A P Gore, same and dog feed :n. 7i Siivawta. E. T. Article 1.
imisoioner* McPbesson. Allen ': for a public road to , the depot at Arch Cieek and run of the amount of the warrants Cask Mrs. Chefnenx, J. be 1
R. the
pad Wall and R H. ieymonr. at-1 I registered ; Sam houndtree. sal. guard .45.70 Camp ISABELLA GROVES COMPANY
thence southerly. along right-of-way I each fund. bell and G Saviwa.Mr. .
and against Carried.Mr. and Its
Jobn FrohockT jnheriff, i I Gllsson .7.71 principal place: of
K A same
lo section line, 'li--n< 3 along came H. Dale Cohen desires
Miller filed to
Merrttt, clerk present Mr. |I a requestfor (' A Gore blame 45.00 express his business shal! be In the city ot Miami. ,
commls- :' west toe mile. with aubarrlpilc-n a permit to take a manatee or appreciations to these parties for In Dade
his 1 : county Florida.
T Carter presentedi I S M Hlatt. same . . 4S.OO
towa-rt the
commlssi I nee In place )Iat amounting to C'O ;j i sea cow for exhibition and scientific | the most prompt manner In which: Article II
i county ''C W McPherson diem.etc: 5.00
_/ Ma: TweeJell resigned.: whichHi I[,expcn of the same. wa read ancht purposes, and said I permit was granted ,Geo B Baker: name, per. 17.20R they agreed/ to assist the Merchants It I Ia the purpose of the mid corporation i
filed wltk the '.Bled for future actf a. .I on condition that h* return the Association In observing the six to plant .
grow and
approved 1 fI market
1. Wall same
[ On motion board adj-xirr.ed ti t2 [ j o'clock
Firk for record I' same within one year. A Lee Allen same 4.60A evening closing buy and [tell fruit and other farm '
p. m. On motion of Co. Carter ..-rondf'dl|
IfKaate* of the last meeting were T Carter, same 5.00J product, to buy, seii.lease and mortgage -
Miaa 1. May 7. IhaT 1 p.m. by Com. McPherson. Com. Allen was My Best Friend \
4 and approved to use'' W ices supplies, farm 55.30 real estate tad to act a* agent
Board met pursuant adjournment
authorised to purchase for the
be- for other
rjlr J E Pendleton appeared persons and corporations
The folio*Ing bills were approved
Chairman Baker and I
with of the county one dozen night A'exaniler Benton, who live on
stated that the !In the
ore tile board sad f ordered out of the road management and operation otgrove
ad fund warrant No. 8065, drawn Commissioners McPherson, Allen shackle, and inch other equipment i ia i and paid Rural Route. No 1, Ft. Edward N. ., farms and orchards (
; and
of Wall and Carter and all officers mar be necessary for the properconduct fund: 1'., save: "Dr. Klnc's New Discovery
the April meeting p-\\ the said corporation shall be
n kit favor at SV Skinner New river author
ent of the' convict camp. Car is my best earthly friend. It
to board for 1117 bad ben Joat be- bridge J..15/1..A0 tact and empowered to do sad perform ,
Mr. George R. Fran representing ried. I ,cured me of asthma six .
had notlfel year ago.
or. reaching him that be Geo LMacdonald. Inspect' same 60.00 all things necessary to the carrying -
the Frani Safe and Lock Co. sabj j I Moved b) Com. All,.. seconded It ha also performed a woaderfal
the banks and the county treas- : Adam Corell. team work . j 50 out of tile foregoing object
mltted a proposition to furnish the ,by Com. \\"all. that the bid of MrJohn I cure of incipient consumption forIOn' r
of the low and he riqusstedbe 5 00 Article III.
rer I|IF M PI.It. work on bridge I
vaalt in the county judge's room O'Neal of 1M cent per cable ray wife. The first bottle
board to have a new on* luf'd,1,, C. Platt .. .. 5.00 ended Ta* capital stock of this corporation
with steel caaea a* per plan sad bid yard for the rock In the bottomof I IJ.I the terrible rough and this p
a1tltartory I accomplished -
bee thereof his glrtag shall be Two
tt J G DuPul. medicine. %.15 Thousaad Dollar
for the -of f. b., MtamL -
theOMty sum $422.21 o. th* pit at the quarry which lie the other symptom
bond to protect I > $2.000.00)
J J Wilson repairs on bridge 24.00 which shall be divided
After considerable discussion east of the railway spur be left one by one, until she was
from low. Board ;{Com. Allen moved seconded by ed, he to mine and load said :t.1 Campbell Munroe Hauling. 14.00 well. Dr. King' New Discovery's perfectly Into two hundred shares of the vain I
clefk to Itwie a new warrant to C oin. McPberaon. that the tame be at his own expense. McCrimmon Co.. lumber . 12.00 I -1 I of Ten Dolan each. All stock: snail 1I
power over cough aad coldsIs
atr. Pendleton for a Ilk* amountrfcla be told and Issued full
J E Pendleton of No. I paid aad
place noaissesubt -
{ordered parmeat for the same to be Mr. ROundtree. convict guard slmp'y marvelous. No other
with filing C auch D. bond.Leffler Bond and B made 1. days after shipment. turned la toh* bpard the sum of''I! 8065, lost . . . 117.00 edy has ever equaled Fully guaranteed rem- !I I a *.

-: d.Mr. I A'... Allen and McPherson. Nays 26.61. being the line and costs I The following bills were approved by all druggists 60 and Article IV.
.uret *, fll c $1
rj. Ci Abernathr a* e and ordered paid out of the I Th* existence of thl corporation
bear Wall Carter and Baker. Motion paid by convict hooert Myers for Trill bottle free.
W 1 Metealt appeared I
shall be
fire Fine and Forfeiture Fund: perpetn.il.Article.
failed. The following arm ,his release after' deducting the
the board wttft-affldaftt recltoetol bonj were read and approved. arm of three dollars, the allowance I A E Heyser crrra. pro*- 22.20 Will Build Stow Resides V. ,.

ag < ct warrant No. 7771. 1 H. Chaa.: Maher with J. B. Rice made said Myers for tea days work. ]I/ T Merrltt. trim pro*- 121.17iR Contractor J. J. Tbs business of this corporation /
wed H D. Fountain and en I R Taylor cram . 85.00 Holly, will In sha'1 b* conducted: by '
and W.O. Costs a* sortie. and the sum wa* paid over to the pros a few days begin the a Board of
erection of
loned to aaU Metcalf and ioeq..lt'41at J. W Johnson with A. Sloan and county treasurer for the fin* and John Frobock crim pros 78S.40 modern eight roomed residence a Directors which shall consist until

a new one be toned to. him U John \\' Clark u ..retI... forfeiture' / had (John Frohock. feed prisoner 200.60 7th street near the Boulevard which on othjcrwisv ordered of tare members

>lam of the loot warrant. W. H. Spanldlng with C. F. Mr. RonnJtree also filed his W Stunt Hill I trim pros. 89.01 h* and family will and by the following officer .
instructed the clerk to total I occupy. n. '
Board Metealf For Stubbs and W. H. Combs as sureties. monthly report showing 620 1-3 III, J CMIHngworth. trim pros 22.86jH : building win be built of concreteblock and such other agents and employee .
new warrant to Mr. i T. Clark cram 4.61 a* may from time to time "
day work done and a total of 2ISO pro *nd artistically finished. b* employed
L like amount ipon bit filing a aatafaetory .T. M. Rlckarda. Jr.. with Geo. feet of ditch: eat IS Inches deep and !, A Martin rim pros. . 14.11 namely: A president a vice-

bond for the same. G. Carrie and George C. Barco I four feet wide and U18 feet of | J Haygood trim pro*. 22.86 Stomach Trouble president, a secretary: sad a treasur '

jffe application. of Mr.take Frank Car-deerkai sureties.H. a'i road built ready for the roller. IT J Brooks aim pros. . H.tS Mrs, Sue Martin, aa old and highly er. Anj! two of the said offices, except -
!Uto for to a pet
a permit the board<< decided L. Clark with H. C. Oa motion board adjourned antll W J Brook, witness 1.10 respected resident of Falsonla/ the office of president and vice- ;
this state
hat had authority to eiUMrkrant and'E. N. Webb as sureties 2 p.m. + E Pwell H 8 Weatherspoon. C C )Miss wa* tick with stomach trouble president, may be filled by tae same \
they DO
,..fa.. tech permit and lathe John W. Clark (2) with J. W. Miami. May 8, 107. 2 p.m. Atkinson. Mary Conoway. Florence for more than six month Cham person' at the sam Urn*.

ktructed or clerk to to notify Mr.'On Johnson and Geo. P. Bull a* sue eBoard met pursuant to adjournment Stooe. Sidney Maddock, John berlain' Stomach and Liver Tablet i'k* officer and other agent aademployee '

ties with all member and omeeresent ra Braddock L M Stoor James Kemp cured her. She says: "I can now shall be elected by the

a eommanlcatlon from the tat The following notary public bonds p Superintendent of publicIn.tf1leUon Wyley Milton Stella Barrow, Lain eat anything I want aDd am th* hoard of director, 'and the board of

uataaor stating that in writing npkto were read and approved: filed his report for the Rosen Maria Collies Lettl proudest woman In the world to find directors shall b* .t eted by the

hook for ItOf h. Wilfred R. Leigh with J. K.Lom- month of February and March Colin., Antoinette )Muller witness, such a good medicine.1* For sale stockholder st aa aaaaal meeting !
mss and M. D. Russell aa suretle 1107. 1.00 by Biscayne Drug Co. and all druggist which Iha'J b* held oa the first Mon t ,
and made In patting the
an error Oscar Conklln with Ceo O. Butler Th. clerk of tile circuit court flleJhi Mr H J Stirling wltnes 5.n *. day of July, of each year. .
ralnation of lot It and 2* block
and 8. Bobo Dean a* sureties. report of tax redemption forth Adolph Muller witness . II.*0 Cntil. th. tnt Annual meet tag.the .
II City of Miami.'at: $750. #
north H. F. Atkinson with Robert Wei- month of April. 1107. T J HsyrnoJ.: witness . 5.)0 Hold His Residence business of said corporation shall bo .-

astead ad of $25*.the M he authority had Intended of the' born C. D. LefTler and J. A. McDonald The tax collector filed his report A Hottm, witness . . S.90 It wa reported today that Mr. C. conducted by John B. Rogers who J
board to make the chance sureties. of taxes >ollected: In the month of L M Nicholson witness . 5.*0 H. Bradley, who move shortly to hall be PreHdeat and Treasurer and ,

necessary Bond of Samuel Round tree a* eon- April It07. a* follow: V W Craig witnea . . 1.00 Jacksonville to make hi* future L. A. Cool.,. who shall b* vice-
the board Instructed the
a ,
aame to make inch change.On riot guard, with F. Wharton andI. County revenue . IS5.OI.21 IJ A Cullom. wllll_. 2.50 home bas sold his 12th street residence president: std secretary. .
i at MI or
communication from [tame stet B. Padgett a* .sureties la the i County license . . 1 U. n R E Turner, witness . 1.00J to Mr.Sanders father of Jndg Article '7. '

In1th tam of $ne.wa approved and Bond trustee . 4.S2S.OOPoll 1 D Mallon. witness . . 1.00 James T. Sanders for a very handsome Tile laid corporation shall not st
: that he had made an error
ag I tax for 1108 . 171.00Poll A 8 Carroll, D N Carptener Daisy consideration. any time subject Itself to any Indebtedness -
ralnatloa of wt A. .Wock T>. filed.On
horta dry of Miami In putting die motion of Corn MePherson.: tax for. 1.01 . . S. e" Thompson Rebecca English C or liability la excess of '

ban*, at 11.000. Instead of $2W.Md seconded by Com. Allen Com. Wailwar 1'RnD.DIs School Tax( No. 1 l.<77.28 H Lang. L M Nicholson Tracy no roc LOTE Fifteen Thousand Dofart.

authorised to purchase one doles Sob. Dla. School Tax No.2 1.867. ,f Lanier M H Campbell Henry And Article Vn.
taking for a rebate the eoonRy -
taxes of 17(1, board Instructed shirts for the Inmate of topoor 1 ----'- I' rson. Daisy Anderson W B your baby! Tou wonder why be The name and residence of the :

h* assessor to make the neeeanary farm and also the necessary Total . . I44.SK.7STh Freemen R J Hardee Frank Rey- cries Buy a bottle of "'hJt" fubsrrlhers to the stock of this corporation y

valuation to cover the amount laprror. wire screening for the buildings 01 II county judge and tax collector Bolds, Cornellaa Swinton. Mimic Cream Vermifuge; and be will never together with the amount.r.t a

a r the poor farm and
Communication from Mf*. W.W. The followlnc resolution was offertd for th* month of April 1)07, Holmes, witness, each . 1.00 mothers don't know It. White'sCream { follow*: ".

Bike*. In which the state that rite by Com. Wall and recJD4e iI showing U 45. SO for the State and George Matthews, wltues 1.00 Vermifuge rid the child) of John B. Roger. Miami., Fla.. lU .

I.a widow dependent OB her ownuertlon I by Co. McPherson, and nnanlmouslyadopted. i140.2S for tbe county. James Sander' witness . 1.00 worm and clean out its system share, .

*. and asking that the natalwidow's I" Th* county treasurer filed his re- W G DeBerry. wltnes . 1.00 I;, In a pleasant way. Every mother L. A. Coolt'.. Miami. Fla.. 1 .11.....

exemption be avowed her !' Whereas the board of public latructlon 111'port for the month of April. showIng W M Moore, witness . 1.00 should keep a bottle of this medicine *W. Emley Walters Miami Kla.. 1

in the payment of taxes' s a allow at a meeting hell on this 1 the following balances: on hand Sallle W Brown witness 3.00 In the nous*. With It, fear need "har .

S.BC* of 1200 ofaaaewm wa allowed i i date to-wit the Tth day of May, A.lU. Nay 1. 107: Alice Beach wftenss . 2.00 never enter her mind. Price 25c. Wit eas the hand of the said subscribers t.

herPetition 'lof. 1>*7, baring requested the board (General fund .'. . . ..UIl.04I Cornelius Robinson witness 1.00 Sold by Biscayne Drug Co. this tae 10th day of May,
county commissioners\ to read Lot Washington witness . 1.00 A. D. 107.
of T. J. Pltchford and !I Fin and forfeiture fund 118. 81

rthr* for a public road ta commence rertlse thousand for bids for the ls ue of ''Rood Fund .. . .. I.Ck John Little witness . 1.00O A publication of much Interest and (Signed) John B. Rogers

at the southeast corner of the north forty dollars $40.000) of Interest and linking fund u. n E Fife. W L Keller B H Sands.R benefit to the 1.. A. Coo'ey.W. ;k.
bond pineapple
for of "
Mat quarter of the Bortfiwet quarter special tax district No. 1. H Mann H B Purvis, M F growers Emley Walton. I'
It County school fund . U t. II this and other section of the east
of section 21. township 51.south appearing that the former bldJer I Spec School Sib. EM* 1 2.C7I.IT Long juror, each . . 2.00. coast will be State of Florida
published Mr.
has failed by FredH.
to take aatd bond
fags 41 east and run thence da* In pursuance Spec School Sub. Dis 2 l.tn.11 J W Erlckson. L L Sllcox. J C Humor of Ankona Fla. County of Dade. ,
to hit bid for beginning
mile read and Meosra.J. Italme. Thereto* Hook. I A Cooler, O E Sava On this day before
Mat 1-4 was b* It Spec School Chap. UII. 1IT .II with Juno i, and continuing me, the undersigned -
.> C. Barber, George It. MacdOB- and M T Martin juror each 1.00 notary public la and
Resolved the board Game Warden . .01 through July IS It will V* known, for it
Ltd and W M. Allen were appointee by of cointyeommlMioners MamI William, wltnes .. 1.0* a* Tb* Florida Fruit Growers' Telejrraphlc said county and State personally appeared ,

a committee to view and mark out ala open session t Hannah Wilson. wltnes . T.OO John B. Roger. L.
the court house : I Total .. i. . M.M8.70 Report and..n contain A. Cooley -
th name and report on the some Miami Flo., n Oeo. Long witness . . 4.00 dally the and W. Emley Walton tc me
this the 7th of I OB motion of Com. McPberaon. market price on different
May. A. D.I
it the aeVt regular mooting of the Oeo O Newcomh. E Singe R W well known to be the k
grade* and stew of person described ,
pineapple existing
1M7 that
The clerk of seconded by Com Wall th* clerk
joard, r ; said board O b.n. 8 T Griffin, F P X_. FJ In sixteen of the In I snd who signed the foregoing -
be leading cities
Instructed to re-adrertlao the was directed to send to our Senator
Oommunleatloa from Mr. E. T.Plaid sale of such Issue of forty thousand' and Representative at Tallahassee, a O'Bterne. jior, each 1.00 of the country. The publication will article of Incorporation and .
asking the board to construct t Jake Anderson J T Jaadon JoeFoota. be Issued afternoon they severally acknowledged before
dollar (140.000)) of bond of ropy of w act regulating the width every at Fort ;
t goad alone the oceaa beach onihi tax school district No. 1, a*special pro- of tire of certain vehicle used lathe L, Cannon o.c.r Bell.Charles Bertie SamtreeW PIerce m* that they signed the tame for A-
property la accordance with O Pratt the purpose therein 'essei.
rldej by resolution of this board hauling or freight and passenger
naps filed therewith, was read and pied April 21. 1OC. Be It farther *. or both over paved hard or W E Nortn wltneM, tact 1.30 Bore XlpplesA In witness whereof I have hereunto ..'

after considerable Olscnaoion, waaiteeed Resolved That all bid* heretoforemade other Improved roads In any county cure may be effected by applyIng set my hand and seal this lain .

on file for fntar4 actfbn for the sal* of said bond bv of this state bow having or that IXDIGKSTION i Chamberlain'. Salve a* soon is day of May A. D. 1>*7. "

BkPeUUon of Marshal Peacock and rejected and that advertisement of may hereafter nave paved, hard or the child Is done nursing. Wipe It (Seal) A. A. Bog:**. t

Ibihen for a road to commence at therailway said bond be made without delay other Improved road, a copy of With its companions heart burn off with a soft cloth before allowing; Notary Public. o

station at Pompano and nallheao Mr. John F. Hinton tender of which I. on fll In the office of the flatulence torpidity of the 1 II"AI'1 constipation. tbe child to nurse. Many trained ,

nonhweaterly to 'a point atar. the Avenue D bridge filed his petition board, and requesting their efforts palpitation of the heart, nurses use this/ salve with theresults. best NOTICE!: OF ADMINISTRATOR I

Bear Robert Oeceota's camp, signej by 110 persons aaklng la securing the passage of the .sam poor blood headache and other nervous Price 25 cent per box. .

eat and Meeara. M. M. Smoak.3eo. for an Increase from $(0 to |l. per Ayes, McPhen W Raw and George L.Maclooild month be tongue offensive breath and all druggist.
made la his pay. On motion Carter. and a legIon ta Court vf County Judge, Crate of
appointed a cotimltto to of Corn McPherson seconded i The following Mil were approved of other alcenrs. ts at once the Florida. ...
few aad mark ont and report ion'the by Com. Wall, the matter I most widespread and destructive :NOTICE TO CREDITORS
wa referred and ordered paid ont of the general la re Estate: of C. B. Crockett.: Jr..
iane at the nest rerular; meeting of to Corn Allen for Investigation fund: ma'ady among the American peo l.. Dade County.
W board. and report.On The Herblne treatment will In Court of the County J.qe,8t&t. r
I F. E. C. Hotel Co.. light $n.50 cur ah --

Petition of P. W. OonJry andrthera motion of Com. Wa'.. secondedby Miami Tel. Co.. phone -.12.0 0 these trouble SOc s bogus Sold of Florida Dad. county. Notice I I. hereby given to all whom ..'

to' have the road ranalngvoat Com. Carter, Mr.: 8. M. Blood I FEe Ice I Co Ice. March 4.80J by Blkcayn Drug Co. In re Estate of Matilda, A. Mortal. It may
on the section line from Larklna worth was appointed tender of th* I W Watson, =firs netting It. 80 To all creditor: legatee, distribu Jay of September A. D. 107, f.Ilan

poatofflce* to he ETerrUd
was read. Moved I by Com. Allen, action of the board at a salary of Entwlstle.plnmblng If1.4O 1 or demand against said estate: lleyserjadge of said Court a. Jugs

weoaded by Com) Garter hat 111 per month. Carried. D Tucker manure . J 1.00 to be divorced from your append! Ton aad each of you ar* hereby of Probate, for my final discharge :

>*and Ronndtrre tike the conrlctarw Bill of W. M. Allen for material J J Jones med hounds . S. 00 There will be no occasion for It if notified and required to prevent any a* Administratrix of the estate of Y

| IB hU charge to Daala and lid work, amounting to U .10 forth H ft W B Drew, warrant U. to yon keep your bowels regular with claims: and demands which you or C. B. Crockett.: Jr.. deceased; aad .

taro then throw op the fill ret jtobe repairing of small bridges onth Marshall Bruce register 11.11 Dr. King' New IJfe PI'I*. Their either of you may line against testate that at the same tnne I will present }

> fiatahed aeroaa tbs prairie weatif Allapattah road and which b* Barrett 4- Barnes sup .. . I. It action is so gentle that the appendix of Matilda A. Moffat. deceased lo said court my final account a* .

Bla. Aa soon aa that work donated to the county was received Jaltas Smith, :;supplies . 10. to never has cause to make the least 1 late of Dade county, Florida to administratrix of said estst, lad .

Completed to more them to theoad with the thank of the board. Racket Store, supplies . I. U the undersigned; administratrix of ask for their approval.

west of Larklna and make the Check of M A. Marshal a- Co.. H M King, printing . . 110| fists 26c Try them said estate within two year from Dated March: 28th. A. D. 107.

DDa stress the yralrtea Ss asked forand of Hula for the hire of th* county LoSaHe-Stonetnaa Co.. pig, 2 25 the date hereof. Ague McO. Crockett.: .

thea. If the weather permlta, convicts, and amounting to 1224 forth F T Budge. supplte . U..S t Sciatica< Cared After Twenty Tear Dated Miami, Fla.. November 20, Administratrix. i

U B ore them to the proposed road month of March and lit forth M 3 TaWwrough work . 18.75 of Tort,,. A. p. ISO* By Hudson Bogga

Mweea Sectlona IT and 14. IJ-41. month of April was received aad F M Hampton; work . 11.00 I Jennie A. Broosler.Idmlnlctratrtx Attorney v

Area, Allen and Carter Noea.Mcrberaoa. tamed over' to the county treasurer B'-,.. Camber Co., Iamberll8.08 For of the estate of

Wall and $abr. N oto the credit of the fin* and forfeit J W Watson, supplies . 11. SO J. B. more Massey than of 2212 twenty Clinton year Mr*. Matilda A. Moffat. deceased.In Not H a* RIcH a* Rockefeller.
[fen failed. On motloB of Co m a re fund. Dr. W B Gramlng.Tarner Ian. Ow Kr.t.

barter, seconded by Con. Wall, the On motion, board adjourned to Dr. E W Pugh, same . 00 hy Minneapolis.sciatica.\ Th Minn.* pain, was and tortured the County Judge's Court, Dad If you had all the wealth of Rockefeller ,

MBTtat rang was ordered to continue Wednesday, May 8'h. at 10 o'clock.Miami. J C Gramtlng same . 1. 0. which he endured daring suffering County Florida. the Standard Oil magnate.
-h* work they are BOW on Bear May 8 this time you Ojnea 1107. U a. m. Dr.TS Kennedy.Marshal lua. 3. 00 Is beyond comprehension. In re Estate of Elizabeth J. Moore, medicine
iBtQ the urns U completed aid Board met pursuant to adjovrmment Dr E: K Jaad... amt . 2.00 Rave him any Nothing eDeceased.' for bowel complaint' then Chamber

BT4 to the rood west of Larkin with all menroers>> and officer* M W Marshall stoic . 1.00 ail he used Chamberlain's permanent relief u Notice of Final Discharge lain' Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea 4

make the flll and [repair the present. Mr. 3. I. Wilson, of the Dr r T Skacn" dehon lun J..00 Balm. One application Pain Public notice Is hereby that Remedy. The most eminent pbysl- ;
of given
>ridges aa asked for 14 the Coadryotttlon. city council In reference to that IIDImt'nt dan can not prescribe a better
securing Dr R H RaddlMton preoatlon -
*am % 00 I relieved the pain and spa de on the 20th day of July A. D. 107.
Carried. tbs aJmlssloa of Mr. Brofsky to ted I THO,ttyeta* . . I. 00 sleep and rest possible and lees the I the undersigned will file his final report for colds and diarrhoea, txxn
$r. Hurst, of Blseayn request poor farm. It appearing that h 11Ineapable for children and adults The uni
8 L Xt' .
.1f. Da"' .
Jaror. .Ja,. t. (0 one bottle ha effected a permanent ; with the Honorable A. I!;. H.af'r.
:B board to hare rom rock bin sf- to work or sapport himself B ]Manro sam. . 6. 0 0 cure. If troubled with County Judge of Dade e1torte success of this remedy hi I
-* mp In the pita alone1 tit line ofKroad and that be had been a chart. sciatica or county. shown it to be superior to all others.
Tork. sam . .1. t 0 rheumatism ,
why not try a bleat Florid, and ask. for his final discharge .
west of Blacarnet stabswhich the for It never falls, and
on city some Urn aa order1to 1)1 J VaaNi.atn. when reduced '
. . .. (0 bottle of Pala Balm
and administrator
Vh he could the roJm Mr. Carlisle I awe for as of said estate. wlthj water and
repair to Uk sweetened It .
charge of him E Wilkinson, sans . S (0 onrself how quickly It relieves 'Dw pleasant
the moat neeeoaary place Onnottem. wa given.OB L Marsh same . ... t. 60 I ,i-tn. For sl by to take. Every family ihosM
Mr. Roundtree waa attract motion of Com. McPhersoa. R J ChUllngworih eorOMr 11.se Company. Blscayn Drug' Joan Bew.ll.Admllllltr.tor.. be ttpnlled with It Sold by Biscayne r
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Our Great Success'

Sale for 1907 now .on


SUCCESS has more than rewarded our efforts in the past year and we feel we ought to be grateful to

our many customers and the pepple in general for the wonderful business, we did. Our growth has

been something phenomenal and often we do now as much business in one day as we did in pastyears

in one month. We can only figure this out that the p gople of Dade County have confidence

the goods we sell and in what we tell them. So in giving this great Success sale we. feel as if we ought

to do something handsome to our patrons and it,is witI "this view that we give our. Great Success le

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Edwin Clapp's Krlppendorfl's Black Cat $1.50 Young Brothers Manhattan and Men's 75c and Striven-. : 75c RaIlroad 7Sc-tti

$6 and $7 Shoes 3.50 Lad's shoes $2 chDd'n shoes $3.00 Bats for R P 2.50 Shirts 1.00 Caps for L S.. Drawers- $1 OVerab for


90e 60c 25c 90c 90c ,25c, 25c 25c4

:Every Person Will Not Get Goods at Above Prices

So read the following carefully: We will distribute in Miami and vicinity 3000 circulars. Several hundred circulars will .
containKrippendorf mistakes in prices; for instance: 5 circulars will offer $6 and $7 Edwin Clapp shoes for 90c. 10 circulars will offer
$3.50 shoes for 60c. 10 circulars* will offer Black Cat $2.00 shoes for 25c. 10 circulars-will offer $3.00 Young
Bros. Hats for 90c. 25 circulars will offer Manhattan and Royal Palm $2.50 shirts for 90c and so on. All the circulars will
be put in the lot, mixed up and given out over the city. We don't, now who will get them. You may be the lucky one. Read
each circular carefully and note every price. When you find a circular with the mistaken price, bring the circular to our s ors
and we will sell you the article named at the price given. : : : : Read the circular carefully,you may be the lucky one

Alfred Benjamin and Snel-, Men's PantsIn Easy for you to buy ShirtsManhattan

lenberg fine SuitsTake and Royal Palm a. so and some 3.50 Shirts.
almost size and These shirts are good values; at our
a big fall in price. Wes r ny a fine success price ._-.-_-- _---_u_$1.85]
? have a tremendous stock and assortment to select from 'Remember 25 circulars distributed around)
the low prices are made to town 11 ill offer the S"me shirts for
make them go quickly.All Big line of 1.25 and some 1.50 and 2.00 shirts
sold in
r. the class
Paragon stores of America trousers as same are made only for high fine trade to goat---_ __ _.__ ___________. ________95c
$18.00 aa flannel etc:.. only and retail the world over at <2J/1 OO
a to ;o at ....16.40 6.oo and 7.00 a pair. To close at___.Nr t'-'v J. B. Stetson & Knox HatsJohn
Oar line of men'business suits
R. W. Bloom and Sons and all
4.00 5.00 pants. are
$15.00 and $16.00 line
being our B. Stetson and Knox and 6oa
These will go during 1 21 fine fitters and guaranteed for 5.00 $4.45
.40 $3 6'5 hats, _
our success kale at. A* best of wear. Success price-------- success price.----
Young Brothers 3.00 and 3.co felt hats
One line of men snits in badly broken All our 3.50 and some 4.00 pants big values. These success price--------------------- $.2 8 5
ize* such a* 33 34.40 and 42.
pants are to go our Succes Sale Watch for the<< circulars distributed
ML0 t..v! IM+M r..w[ '+1'O..w.[ and some$11 w"rtb Success up to price$lU .p 4.90, for_ __ __ .___ $3.15 (town offering Young Bros hats around 90f )


Ed. Clapp Great Success Ladies Hosiery Krippendorf Childrens Ox-

Shoes .,sale of men's to go at less than & H. E. Guptil fords & shoes,
All the6 oo and; oo
t grades most all 1006 -L and women the manufacturfine oxfords
t-, Fully too pair in our very best
and last and
designs mostly small I AT wht. shoes er can make them grades, being our 2.00 and
$4 and l Hervey E. sellers. Absolutely
sizes W. and B. men's white 4.00 Krippendorf's 2.50 costus
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oxfords. made1'of linen, duck But sold only at 'ad'prices fords fine fitters.lll.i i 4 > > ox way Over our selling; price.
All 1907 styles in Edwin Clapp fine ; the best of Mist all in turn soles and the
and Elk soles [wear most any when can buy pair of shoes
6.00 and 7.oo shoes being our you wearers and the very newest the toes very sharp and nar-
one one ; our ( :
newest spring stock. Are year 29 in design. Our suetO OT row. This is the (
very J"Ladies ]
su.cc spnce-u: 25 and 35 cent hosiery __ ___ .0t) low "
to go at 10 per cent discount. ISc cess price f t reason price is
1.50 2.00;and some 3.00 for_ .. H
Watch for circular white oxfords, most all in One line of ladies shoes I.SO
(Clapp's $6 & 7. offering) French or Cuban heels and soc, hoc, and 7SC hos35c i 75 and some 2.00 and 2.50
wig the of B and C. tfl IT levy for..,.1 _u_ sellers, mostly in sizes 3 and 1.25 value 95cOne
Diamond B a nd and Walk-Over Success 'prlce.u", l.ly 31-2. Our success tf 1 OC
,. 5.00 shoes. Also our 5.00 With every pair we will sell you One pair of these will price ___.u u_yl.JJ line of children's shoes.
i Buckskin and 5.00 Russian our 35 cent hose for 15C or sold with being our I.25 sellers. Theseare
calf with rubber: sole O flf our see. 6oc or 75C every Watch for the circulars 0 f. \ to go at our
. Our success price ____wU hose for_. __:.._____ pair of shoes bought. ( fering few of these for 2c cess price at_ suc95c_ __ .

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, Trunks and Our great success, has made this sale possible.No SensationalPrices

; Suit Cases old stock, back styles or shop worn goodsWe

That are Limited
; If you are going away for simply are overstocked for a summer businessand

the summer now is your is o'trer from 75c Railroad Overals
our motto to carry no goods sea- only
time to get one cheap 3jo one customerpair
son to season. No goods charged to anyone duringthe
18.00 trunk and suit case 14.40 sale at the ad. prices. Cash and cash only goes.
75c Scriven drawers
12.00 trunk and suit case 9.60 3 to 1 customer, pair, only

8.00 trunk and suit cue .40 65c50c

5.00 trunk and suit case 3.95
The Anthony-Roifh Co. Guyot Suspender, only
; LSD trunk and suit case 2.80 I 2 to one customer pair

2.50 tnmtCand suit case 1.95 I 40c

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At the M. B. Church South, oa MAN-A-LIN "

ENflLANDSAYS the evening of Tuesday, Jane llth ,
Mia Eunice Marie UcCullough' and ,
( From Frld.,'. Daily: )
Mr. Carroll Calvin Smith will be
united In marriage Rev. )lr. Low : Very little business of Importance ; ,
1' 1tttr 'officiating i It via transacted by the city council ,

| Miss Lillian M(:<:'ulk'Ulh, of !Mad but night, and ai a result the sekm *- '.
NO ALUM lsoa. Fir, sister of the bride, will ,. was short and anon over, tile
be maid! oif honor; !Mrs James GoIn. *- members prevent being Messrs j "J.

of Miami matron of hi.nor, and' Ranlerson Cropland. Challlc WIlaonL
Mime Alice Sanders and Effle Martin and Rellly '
bnd..m.ld.Ir.: Smith beat : Mr W. :\I. Brown president of!
: 'man will be Mr. \\. James Rogers the Fort Dallas National Bank, ad-1 i

IN FOOD and Messrs i Robert June sod David drafted council explaining that owing -( .
Mvers will act aa nshe s. j" to the illness of CUT TreHaurer1
r 7C Little Anna Mae (fc>wlo will bering I Hinton and not having hear from I "
bearer and the following little''the Irdemnlty Company' It la Impose. t
7 maids flower g rls: Misses CareseAdams i slble for him (o She the bond of the| ,

In England and France the Sale e 7 j Alma Christensen, FlorenceWhartdn treasurer' In the ants of $3*,00. at '!
and Sarah Johnaon the previous time.
,} of Alum Baking Powder is pro- 7 :No' cards will be sent In town and I At a previous meeting of council t t! ..
all triads of both Miss McCnllough Mr Brown famished a personal bond
:] hibited by law because of the injurious 'and Mr Smith are Informally Incited I for the treasurer but this was only

l f to witness the ceremony at temporary aa It la necessary for
effects that follow ,,1
:\ its use. n the church Mr and Mr. JamesF the bond to be given through .. r
McCnllough. of Holder. Fla, mane., rs. tr.rt.lla f ,
indemnity company It la this latter t.Awp.
-f The l law in the District of '
parents of Mia McCnllongh, have bond )lr. Brown referre to last \
la.fd> ivttatlooa to out of tows Bight MANJV-LIN Is An '
Columbia also prohibits Alum 1 J Meld.. e The fire and water committee re-I 1

food. j i' Th*, young couple wni an on a ported on the matter of putting la Excellent !
tn n
visit 't& the bride's home, and later 'Ire hydrant at the Sib-TropieaJ
(they expect to go to Jamestown and 'Laboratory on the South Bid. but
,r You live where u yet have no "projection "against Alum
may you tWaftriagtoa. theses to Kentucky to asked for farther time la which ti for Constipation.

i'' The only tun protection against ALUM ftf y\for'Baling' ToWdJ 1* tft !trooUi makf a vlajt At) the to the end relative of their of visit.the complete was granted their with Investigations.the request ThU1 that ,

,Mr. sad Mr*, Smith will return to the committee Ale the completed report There are many .ailment

1)IaDI1.to 11u-- "at the next _tlD,. directly dependent wpoa coattipatioo :)

; The finance committee filed a report I such as billoasne "
ft Say plainlyDAVAI- t FISHER--GILBART relative to the cancellation ot
: ","t of emergency bonds. The report discolored and pimpled skin, ,.
(From Thursday's Dally) inactive ;,
was accepted and the cancelled liver, dyspepsia, over
Mr S. J. Fisher of Little River .I
bonds ordered tamed tk "
over to f
and :Mis' Ethel May Gilbert .of'' city aadltor "' worked kidneys and headache.

!! BAKING 1 Grand Rapids Mich. were united Mr Wilson of the committee on .
in -marriage at the parsonage( the pollee and eharltl*, reported that Remove censtlpaUea and t
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itA POWDER t,o'clock FiMethodl.t today the church ceremony at 10 being:1* he mall had named succeeded Boroky la having moved aa to aced the !p er these ailments tftoppear. ;,

I performed by Rev H. G. PortetI farm N
county poor a* per instructions .
I The bride was attired la a beau- of coaincilMr ,
ROYAL is made from Cream itlfnl white silk gown trimmed IB I "
: Absolutely pure olTartM-a pure Grape I' Thomas Chaffee asked a rebate
certain I MAN-A-UM can be relied upon }
atter for
oa amounts paid
_ product; Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness of food. i sewerage on 10th street The clerk to produce a gentle action of Y
Little River,
driven to
bert were
was relocated to look Into the matter I
7 I [ where they will make their Intuit and report at the next meeting tie bowels, making pills and

'I home. / A ffw other matters of minor Importance I drastic cathartics entirely un Ii

.I r e ? were disposed of when the
!' i STHM F.RL-J\CKMOX necessary.
la.1 meeting adjourned .l

] ; and. ,I From TaeM."' Daily) LKGAI. PAPERSWarranty I A dose er twe er Man a-lln \.
I )lr. Walter Schmerl. formerly rn
: the employ of R. W. Rhode, but Is advisable In HUM f ebrU :;.
jjetsoml J llOftSI 1 de- now with the carpenter of the F. I '
deed; Henry Jape to la celdsand \
| K. C. Hallway extension, and Mra.Lavlna Henry Johnson, lot 4. block 10. Boat attacks grippe,

[ Jackson, of Little River.wereunited sub-division. See. 1C, tp. (I, range Influenza ,
in marriage. at tile parsonageof : a
a I 41 east
of he. First M. E. Church this af-I' Mortgage Ileary W. Johokoa to t.
for ternoon at 3 o'clock The Dade County Security Co. for f 200.
Mr. F. L. Ell!&. of JackaonvllW, Him 'Ella Rolfs! la confined ,dive. ceremony wu performed by R.v. Mortgage J. B, Padgett et 01 to

U registered at ,the Biacayne i rooms at the home of Mr. ago not I i Herman G. Prtt'f.Ul'CKJ.TrI'RITOI.'Rlt. II Bank of Bay BIIICa,...., }SOO. Old Type Blue Stem r
M. D. Russell UlneM.Mr *
1 --- I I ty Assignment of mortgage; Fort Dai-I
las :National' Bank to Tropical Home {
Mia Huffman, .f the Empire store I I
Lauderdale with Thomas W. Troy, of Improvement Co. (4) I
Sunday at
pent I
Dodge ( Taylor Thmoaa W. Tro a few (From Wednesday Dally) Quit claim d<*d: Fort Dallas National -
Capt and Mr* .
Robert Troy )Jeft on .-. Mra At the residence of the brlJe Bank to Tropical Home Imp. I, Duke of York ;
I. Macon, Ga. Dr. parents. Mr. and Mrs Thomas P.Prltdard Co I
Mrs 1. W. Harper has gone to and | Key West.thelr daughter. Warranty. deed. South Florida Citrus ,
Fort Valley to apead the summer Miss Iris Pritehard. will be married
Land Co., H
Mr*. H. M Spelt, who Mrs tc A. Braddock.
with her parents, I the put month with her | tomorrow to Mr Thomas F. Duck i J306 part of section 36 tp. S3 south, Tomato Seedi
rtt. of this I city
E. B. Douglas, at her I range 41 east
Mr Jamea Noble La. been on the Buena Vista left Monday of The bride-to-be la one of the island Quit claim deed: H. E. Tuttle et

sick list the past few days, bat issow home IB Atlanta I of : Clty'a most popular< young lad.-, MX to Henry A. BradJockWarranty .
and the groom t prominently'tnneeted :
much Ifs deed; E. F. Btt't ax
I I, with the F. T. Bud :to Louisa 81 o bin, J.2SO.. lot 11;
I A* soon a* she I* able to \ ; she hardware store and was formerly' located '
block 42 north Miami.
Bra III for several days, will I her the U. 8. Hospital Mr Dnck- I Deed: Boston and Florida A. C. already scarce by>> early fall
For tale by J. B:, Lammas M1&as1.t :, corps :Land Co. to Sarah Framer for S2I i very
Mr. Fortythe north for tile II. j jIn ett I I. now In Key West having: gone lota 1 and 2. block 3. Hallaaelal4o.V ;.j I,we believe there will be no genuine v
the hope that her health I I'there last Sunday
Mies Ella Roan who bas been 111 Improved j Alter short wedding trip they7fung <)rtlt.Ii : Theresa Bethel and huaiband .'ed oa the Market" and advise ba v.
for several days, la itlll finable toleeve I will Miami to to Irene C. Smith f KS need W. refer to
I I couple come to Bill of Sale: S. C. Raulerson Co. I tag your now you
... bur room.- Mr. and Mrs. Herbert j this ; make their future home. i to C. D. Leffler, launch "Eur..ItL"I Mr J. T. Wofford, Hallaadale"la. ;:
Kitty Rogers of Ii | of Mortgage Louisa Rtubba I! .
: ., aa to the trueness and t-
City Treasurer- Ben Hlnton spent i Mr*. Rogero'i sister, Miss lIa41| MOXmJRTHROWXI.formatlon t band to Prudence Chafer 11500 a-1 I superiority !
,', a much more rentfnl right than oail of St August'ne. spent ; In Mortgage: Wllhelmlna' Albury to : of oar stock Price subjectto ;f

i last night and this morning .. I bunday In town, the ; the '! haa been received here i Tropical Home Improvement co., j change Ox toe: t1 Ib 9) cents, :i
feeling atrougerMUM friends. announcing. the marriage a day or t.
.),. and | st.ooo. I $l.ih. pound. $3.5" "
S pound one ,
I ---- two > at Savannah Ga., of Mr. 'Y
.f ; ag I Mortgage: A. k. Bnnnell et ax lot I t,
Bad the misfortune I i Earl Montf<,rt, of this city, to HIm!
Margaret;Wbrle I )Irs R. 8. Flanagan baa Troo'cal Home Improvement Co. for
,' to run a nail lato her foot I from West Palm Beach and Mail, Brown a popular young ladyof fl I.6 ni n I{ If
a few day aj.. causing considerable at her home, Fort Dallas ;: !I the Forest City. The welding Warranty dee: A. P. Curry et f

:, pain but the woand la heal- : Mrs Flanagan was IJ | a came .a a iiri>rit-e to Mr Montfort'. uto \ t. Runnell $1.000, lots I .
Inc cicely ,bore by htr daughter: Mrs. i \ If- mji.y friends who had not dreamed 7. 10 11 and 12: bloc; 20: RnhhtosGnhiri
I Neitcomb. and child.Order (: f' lit i nnulrronlal beg was bulling In A Chirinrworth's aid J. BOLGIANO & SON ;r
I yon want ferUUsera consult J. X.I i I 1 : I; : with: ;ifs bonnet, when he left here a short V'Rrr.'nt> dee: \\m f Robert ( 1
i eti time .go on what was presumed tot.e et rat to I...on Forn l If! one aer '
ot soft JrL-ka
a case
.It >ammua. agent for the old rollabt his vacation Mr and l'f Mrni:- In ."..t.on H. IP S3 sonfh range Baltimore, Md ;
Bradley coo<1L ; \ 1 or shipped you by the ). & I How fort will return to Miami to make 11 east I .

Ung Work, Mfgh-. Miami I II <'n. I their future home.Al'TCIIN'iSib.. .r

Miss L.'..., .who has been con- '. I ---- I
;,r .< ted with the Wells *: Graves millinery Mr. Kirk Monroe I ,tCibt
rtore. DM reuraed to her I thor and protrlnent reel !'ent and !
coanut Grove, returned ho' : real- I Saturday evening at C clock! at HOMESTEAD
i borne In Indiana NURSERIES
(moinlng after an absence of t the parsonage rf the First Methodist! THE

'' fiarffae' has bHaaat {weeks. during which he ". N-I(Church occurred the beautiful ring ;
Mr. John hi.
ceremony. which made Miss Marion
too and other southern and \ "
of bualneasfor
from bid p'ace 'oJ"a Sand and Mr Robert Hutchen/ husband -
Mates I Ii
two or three daya oa account or11I I ; I .... .. and wife. lbe ceremony nei>u !

f --. ,i Mra C H. Bradley Mrs I pronounced by Rev Porter i If )ou want Fancy Citrus Trees call on our
I The bride was attired beautifully.
Mosey to loan OB improved troparty. ,Jacksonrllle Saturday night her drwfc helng an ele --nt chiffon nurseries. Our )
with her daughter Mra W. I trees are as good as can be
I I .
aro. .
O. ft. Amxtoii, Coooaamt % mulle After the ceremony Mr.and
flail: who la coavaleoclng
', !Mrs Hntcbens were driv- to (hi'.r '
'ness hool, n produced tree warranted
:; with trpho'd! fever <: : e/ery exactly as
+ ; home at Lemon City, whetthey wtP
..\-..& Ckrs wg, ''ley will Join Mrs Bradley Flor i
The clnslnaj ewa-TCi..a of St. Cathy IsonrllU about the Brat of In reside and where they have i large I represented. Address
1 ::: ::: .
y ... a Ooovrbt will be held at the make his future home I his I circle of friends who wish them nn I tt
Fair b. Wliajon| Tuesday evening of ( I II Mra ,bounded joy, happiness .tnd iucet: II..is

c Mst week I I Commodore and Mra. H. C. : rela I through life I

_, The pupils lot -the Baptist Sundayschool ''N.lesve T.Friday. their night former for bxtne I here to I 1M \SON & ROBERTS. Homestead Florida ,;
and '
t are t*|erty awaiting preparing they will rep In until early 'n -r.
t for their .Sanest plenie.whichwill : fore returning Commodore I ia
Uk place. at the beach next 1 IK one of Miami's)" largest. i[ ) Miami I ,!
TwMl' owner*. and *ta" an still ;.y
opinion of the future ; state I
Aetaa dynajnltt and aappflas) fOr the Mack Clti I II \ Icome .
Uomrnua ft BweJt I I I Ii I "
salt by
II i Mr and Mee. Everest G. HardwareCo. G. C )IATTIIA\IS, l're... T V MOORK. Sec ,
left this morolsr for
MI moved and Mrs Into their\Mltaro new home Simpson on 111 Mrs "Se.t'll having E. P. PDRCHER CRUTCHfiELD & WOOLFOLK :
have there hi' he illness of her ; Gen. F o Band Transit +
,f** l htb Mreet. end are well pleased. Mr.Vrtti who 'I! well Agent 'tn Swan \j. e
and its location
with their new jtome
:orable kro_n here Mra
n ;.prohtbly he aw av all |

Garrrll daughter of f.fo..dl 11'10 making: an Make special inducement Indian River and Lake Worth
Mis* label of t.natnens aid pleasure. visit ) to cash buyers. Fan line M
Mr and Mrs. M. W Garrett returning j I
; West Palm Beach I. In I III. city for t- "
a couple of dart the g est of her Pineapple Growers' Association

father who t.. here temwrarlly| on HARDWARESash
business ; Irrigation!
\Ne are prepared to nell your pine K 1. H. mtrani.it. .,

in M*. H. P &av g*, calef mg neet! and Doors market or extort We :ire: our Sale Agent n..t prcula I

... of the F. E C. Water Work *. : tors on jour fruit or borers wishing to get your fruit a* cheap :! .
. partmeat with haduartr la WestPalm a. possible i i'
.po. BeaehJia been' In the dry till't' I can BOW give deflatte StudebakerWagons This Anvjciation is the growers orgaaiaatioa., for the ;

pest few 4ay OB:bwlne** eonneeted aa to the rapacity of I (rower*' protection and interest The grower ta aafegvarde :
.. with the plant BreMtp Clne aeceasary for either by the standing of its officers and agents 1I1 DIr.tencil.nr ':

.4 ner" or sprinkler systems See or write The Miami tamp and Chipping buok famished bj General Agent ;
OF DII,K COnn'r Uon I t.. quote a price ; '

Seal C cent fa postage sad we ontnt delivered at freight Hardware Company
will mall you a map of Dad countyfrhowtag !set ap In running crder. Watch this space for information as to :

township, sections villsg- sal* at wholesale prtoa. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL results and market conditions : !

sad cities .railroad and rock road i steels towers, tasks aee<
,. ee
Thos. W. Ma'h s
." from Palm Beach to Homestead 'Ipat'l'Stors.
; traetiBf net.**'. Miami.
- 0 10 Miami Metropolis, Miami, Fla t-

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one of the jury room and then filed at of all present here and for the i

W. Troy Hearing In and announced that the defense I benefit of the correspondent of the

rested It a raae 'Timea-Unlon and the )le \
Attorney H F:, Atklnaon. of counsel 'of shoot, are here that this cue
ft* for the prosecution then arose baa largely been attempted to be

Continued from Page 2 and began summing up In behalf of run by public opinion The TlmeaUnton ,
the State, citing a number of In- stated that the defendant had

tance wherein he compared circumstances I been offered np to amount of two

kind of man he with' the cue cited and the million dollara bond in case he
field) wa* tbM a
tried It was the contention ahould need ball It also fI
haunden) was done with him. I one being : wa publicly .
Considerable dlKusrton arose at of Mr Atkinson that the defendant stated here In argument by counsel i
be not allowed ban. for the defense that ball to
this time betsera counsel as to allowing 1 1I up
the ...llD.... to state what I Court then adjourned to 7:10 In $$50.000 could be siren I take It I t

evaders bad aald to htm. The i I the evening when )lr. Atkinson was for granted that those remark are The I ,

court austainvd Mr Sannder' obI I followed by Attorney M D, Price true or they would not be *o dated
(I I
Ii. loc that the wtln Stunners aald to him Oim the I Court ruling and contended that I Ity of the case the depth of feeling! II
wHnea was placed under redirect 1 the defendant could not be field for which ha run on the outside the I Tools
that he could only be
examination Attorney Price asked murder and tremendous Influence* which hare = _
him what Saunders had said to him'Ibeld, If at all on the charge of manalaachter I been brought to bear by State and ,

at this particular coaversatlon. The Mr. Price severely scored by the defense and the Influence

v State attorney objected bat the tha State' witnesses and elo- I of the public opinion displayed In .

court at this point allowed Barfleld iquenUy I referred to the defendant asa the matter all of the time consumed Quality t

to tell what Saunders had remarkedto man whose farthest thought was "n the caae and that It has been gone

him. ,; that of doing bodily harm to another Into ao thoroughly; I think that In # .1L iH

rlew-of theae things, and Uteme.Utof
Mr it. W. Garrett was then called -
Mr Minter Wlmberley. city at- that kind made and especially Keen KutterToola are in every case
a for the defense but bad not tN-
11 led when court adjourned till omc tome) of \Iuon. Ga opened for the made by counsel that they Dlu.tb.yp male of the but steel I obtainable; and lIF
Jpf.-nRe, stating that he felt his utjter m.deh..m with sincerity
clock. are made by thoroughly tool-maker
I Incomjiereucy In making an arisument -
"The gravity of the case la such
This .ftemooa Penaios I In favor of Mr. Troy. His with the intensity of feeling that Thr ughout:; the wtalo! line if the e tools will 1A'a

R J. Chlllingworth tMUfled that friendship,coTcrlrg twenty-two yearai baa been displayed here It la a case be fuuixl the lame sterling quality-the quality
T hi went to Zapf'a aalooa coon after Inith i the defendant was auch. b. that call for bond If bondable at all.

the traced, and related a center- (,1I.It'd. that It was dlfflcolt for himto that la aubatantlal. If the bond was that has made r.

season had with Joseph Zapf. at that beic'n an argument At this point such that I thought the prisoner.ould Cat
time and In which Zapf told him of Mr \Vlmberler choked back a lOb.I .
It be different
not give it. might -
the tragedy and scat led np to It. :;|Grasping a glaaa of water b. hurjrledlr -
but I hare no or no purpose KUNKUTTI
On this point onanoel for defense'j jwored 'I took a wallow, impatiently to dispute the assertions of !? .t

aa It la believed an opening wiped! his eye with a hankerchief counsel for the defendant and I

for Impeachment of Z.pf was mad j('land then threw the handkerchief: on think under the circumstance, the
State' Saunders the table In determined way, apparently
Acting! Attorney a
bond which I have named will\ not
tried hard to &shake Mr. Chilling-i not to let his feeling get TOOLS
he excessive neither a hardship upon
worth's testimony, bat the witness the better of him again. He thencontinued
I the prisoner nor an Injustice upon
' he clear that bringing out the fact of
mated was very oa the State. If the Grand Jury in
point. I ICharacter the case aa given by Zapf and You '
I I the 8tat.'. witnesses Bad eloquently trlr wisdom should find no indictment the Standard. AH Keen Kirttcr Hatchet.
Teatlmoay or the Jury In their wisdom
I referred to the straightforward and An an wdcd with this Giellner
Here the defense branched out onto should find that manslaughter baa C
testimony of )lr. Chilling worth la Patent Wedge wairh ,repeats the +
character testimony Mr. Mallory been committed or the defendantnot
H Taylor of Macon. Oa.. testified ', rebuttal guilty of anything no harm can I head ever fljrng off or wortang "IOOM,
that le had known the censed tor I Who do you think told the truth come to him by requiring a bond sad. arc sharpened reedy fur kw. The
honor that haired man
twenty years aaj that kit imputation 'from your Palm Beach gray or the Tovng which I take It h. can make I Keen Kuttcr Trademark co: >tn a complete -

was a* good a* that of any I eighteen year old lad Zapf and that "I wish to say that In questioning line of toot and cutirrr.: Sold by

/ man tosld be. man with the neuralgia who asked the sincerity of tb. court such Influence

Mlater Wlmberley city attorney of i for a doctor*" said Mr. Wlmberley. a* hire been brought to
4 Macon. Oa.. AId that be had knownTroy I "It seems your honor" continued bear In this cane I think hare seldom

for Rweaty-two years, and that :the speaker, "that You had to have been brought; to any man taking Into
y his reputation 'was exceptionally consideration the friendship which
I la surgical operation performed toret .
j good far peace order and general the truth out of him. Who U everybody knew I had for the deceased

conduct. I to blame for this terrible tragedy, ; on the other hand the respect 1'.1.
T p. Tlnsley. wholesale grocer Is it Troy U it Neweomb It seems which I mast have for the defendant -

i of Marta, Oa.. ttctlned that he had I to me your honor that Zapf la to and for his friends and for the

t i known accused for twentysevenyears I blame. It would seem that when public opinion, which Is with him

and that they an brothers- Troy asked for that quarter aad for now, I think whether people believeIt

i Inlay. the champaign that Zapt took him or not that one has offset the
r, O. smart of Miami AId h. to be a dead beat and went and told other. I think there Is no need

y had kBOWi( defendant since 1084. Neweomb to com* on oat. there was for the Integrity of the court or Ilaolltf'n
and that his character was exceptionally a dead beat In the aaloon." to be imputed and I resent

rood. Oastoa Drake had Mr Wlmberley dwelt for sometime 'any such Imputation and I think

known his IB Lake and Saltier coun I on the testimony of Zapf and time will bring about that which or :

U... and his character was of they You and then confined himself to knowledge which, will vindicate the F. T. BUDGE

i best the nut Ufa and aurroandlnc -ofMr f action of tbe court In this ea...' I
'I Meaar W. d. Perry C. FBtubbs Troy. Mr ,Minter Wlmberley, who has :

and A. Q. Adam, aU of Mi The argument was proclaimed by assisted In the management ot

amt testified to a lone aeqaalataace many listener to be the moat beautiful defense; at this point addressed<
with Mr. Troy and that,his character tribute and moat eloquent court la the following worda"May -. th.1

t was very food. apeech ever made la I>ad. county : it pleas your honor
Aa affidavit signed by the mayor, and at the when
end Mr.
Wlmberley the few words
court permit me a
a" I city and county offlcUU and prom- took his seat wild applause went A* a friend of Troy and friend of Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth Street Miami
I Inset men of Maoon. Ga.. to the Rood
all the
over court inch
up room a* all his, friends who came with m..
t- ; character of tile prisoner was offered was aver heard there before. Judge
after the court has old what It has
The refased
r la evldenc. eoart. 1 Fleyaer rapped vigorously to bring I said will your honor permit me te
to admit the affidavit *rldence -
the coon room to order but not until say that nothing was so far front ,
i ), bat allowed It read aa Infor-
a minute could this be don*. the hearts of him or his friend by
? maUon. Adjournment was then taken to any unworthy act or deed to do anything ----

\ Arguments nee- Monday morning a'... o'clock., to Influence public opinion or t t
.. 1 At 2:U o'clock this afternoon the 'when attorney W. H. Fries and the opinion of a single man. 11
defense reaped aid Attorney H. F. ,Judge Georrre A. Worley will close
,.;, Atkinson opened argument for the for the defense, followed by Attorney "We rely upon the public honor.Integrlty -

.R .+ gtate. He win probably be followed : Hutaon B. Sanaden for the the juUcV tb* people of I
the State of I I
want to
i \ by Mr W. H. PrIce for the defense.
State.From this much to the learned I
i It" possible for the case ( TaH4.,'* Dally) judge upon Griffing'sGrapefruit rl
the bench that the first day we cam.here .
. to conclude tonight, providing a At about nine o'clock last eight
that the court himself with
night seasloa la held bat U not. the the preliminary examination of
tears almost In h'.a: said that
l i termination' win come Monday Thorn W. Tro*. held for the killing eyes
he could hardly alt with Justice
. { From Monday Dally\ of Oorpe C. Neweomb la West
this case on account of his deep personal -
Tile BOW famous Trey preliminary Palm Beach on the Sth Inat., came
bearing la drawing, to a close and to a close and the defendant wa friendship for poor GeorgeNeweomb.
I conferred with
I by tonight the defendant wlU know admitted to bail In the mm of my
friends I conferred with counsel
whether for not %. WIll be confined tZS.O.O. ; i*
the case I desire to that they .
to jail discharged or admitted to : It being understood that Attorney I say and
said and we agreed that notwithstanding
'it. Hulaon B. Sanndera, Jr.. actingState'
ban.Attorney W. H. Price. of the de- attorney would conclude at your friendship we couta

9 .daat'a eonaMa addressed U. court the erasing session the court room rely upon your honor's Integrity t
Justle.1 and knowledge of the law.
f the better portion of thin moraine' was filled with mea and women of
...... going over la detail the ertdeno. Miami Interested In the ease from May U pleas the court Jar be It a

.. and aaaaUlnc u.. testimony one standpoint and .another but from toe to criticise any court or TreesPlanted

of Joseph Zapf and Otto H. Voaa more especially to bear the rating anybody.. Knowing what w. know, Orange
do not criticise IIlaor'
aay your -
witnesses for Kb. State H. attack-: of the court regarding the disposition
judgment W. bow to It. MayIt
; ad U. operator* of th* Woos aad of the defendant.
pleas the court I hays a God.
laid parttemlaHatreM I upon the fact At
,1 eight o'clock. Mr. Saunders resumed and 1 thank theme
good people If

h that the tMtUaony they wete* brought,liable according;out In this to going Into Ma the argument testimony for of the the State witneaaea there !I. such a thing a* public sentiment at the beginning of the summer RAINY SEASON will put on full sea- '

eau to hare the license to sell la detail and holding that th. hue la la favor the faith of the of defendant God that aaI sons growth, as the trees are perfectly matured after a long period of rest through

.:,. H.Bor revoked. ; Mr. Price alao cited witness... Zapf and Voaa. were not my the and will make
a ember of Supreme. .Court declaWerley Impeached and that their testimony that this public opinion, stranger if It IN In favorof dry season rapid growth during the remainder of the year.
poor man a ra your
" t 10M. was the truth la
every respect ease. that it la an opinion that I*

a. .' Oeorce Judge A, Werley took Speaks ap arcn- era At concluded about nine hla o'clock argument Mr. Saund-and justified by the truth We Recommend Summer Planting ;'

t meet at about 11 :40. starting la byoomparing I then the court room became a* mill "I will thank your honor for hlm

;. \ the ease of the &a&. of .a the grave After making an entry self and hi many friends here and i '
.- \ Florida against Thomas w. Troy aaMM la the docket Judge Heyaer read these good people for what they ban : and Guarantee Satisf acfion
';, of the moat Important ever beard hay order admitting the defendantto done for the defendant, and,for ua." .

;- U the Stated that It baa attracted ball. It".. aa follow Responding to this remark the I'

J. attention. claiaorlnc all [over for the new oountryaewrpaper. about the The Ouiuf Finding I 1 court"1 thank laid: the gentleman for what Our guarantee is worth something to tree planters and our prices are reasonable

,'>., proceeding and people, especially In an eUgatlon of this kindon h. baa AId and have only this to We grow large blocks of the very best varieties of .;j jI
a preliminary hearing It 1* only
!. Macoa and Montgomery watching
' aay further: Tb. judgment of the
aa to probable cause and touches only -
the proeeedlaia1 cloaely, He
court I con only to the effect that
ti parOcalarly *f ,the very on whether or not the defendant' this defendant la allowed to Standard Florida and Seedless which :
:'e position held by the court at apoke.. ah all discharged or whether b.: under its judgment and not givebail to Grapefruit, are bringing the

- s time and on several occaatona shad be held to appear and answer, be confined In jail until the time of in the market. Also full
w aerlpUr. which he deemed appll- and If held to appear sad aaawei. tile-trial. Beyond that It goes only I highest prices a assortment of leadIng ,

. \' sable to the caae now Cider eonsidwaUo to whether fix be or amount not b.It ahall give b... to the effect that b. a* any other Oranges lemons Limes and

e *. and compared the bearing order of the court and 1* therefore the should be lien to answer for whatever Kumquats always on !

r. aa a Batter of Florida hlatory aaU i ordered and adjudged ao that considered 4 jury of this county may say hand: We bud

. tae. eaae of Dk-eyf la French hlatory. be held to appear and answer defendant at-, h. baa done aDd that la fixing the on Rough Lemon Sour Orange

amount of bail I have .
died It at only ,
and the term of
next the
Court adjourned at noon to meet 1
4 ; again at 2 o'clock Noticabl in and for the County of counsel one hilt baa of the amount that his own" GrapfnUt and Ume Root. W. have Large Nurseries Ow ftaneriea' are abaotater
said h. could furnlah.
fade but that h. be allowed to give all of which have their advantage
eovt room today were la large
tb.1 on the Red Lands of U. free
Attorney W. H. Price then froaa White Fly and
bur of Miami 'laJiea. a portion ball In the sum of dollar. and asked when planted aa
whom were Introduced to Troy In fixing ban It oceara to the courtthat for a blank bond which was furnished uponland Homestead Country also oa then la novTalt* Fly la Dade ?

:: .' adjournment ""early'lI the mlnla- it phonld be la a substantial by' the sheriff and the following to which they are best high hammock land Ful- .'k
ten of the Ootpel U the city werepraaeat amount to Insure the presence of the business men of this city went OM adapted. We especially recommend nwar or EC Lade Counties, you "

alao and seemed greatly In- defendant her to answer whatever Mr. Troy's bond: Joseph A. Mo- Soar Orange Boots ford and on high pine land take no risk U buying oar

seeded la the -proceedings that charge may can for when laTeatlgated Donald. Mayor John Sewell, Gaaton for producing the beet quality near Miami and Lemon City.
Mr. Worley win resume argument by the Grand Jury If aa 1 Drake; C. T. McCrtmmon and S. Also on the Indian River near trees TIter la danger to
of Oranges sad we take pleasure I
this afternoon taking ap la detail Indictment be obtained to anawer A. Belcher. Fort Pierce and are therefore bringing tree from other sections ..
t the testimony of the several State to that indictment" After court adjourned a Urge U advising our patron
. Ylta- "'t baa been dated U the presence umber of cltlsena. among them several who are la doubt aa u the In poaltlon to furnish tree of the state where this ;'

! 1 The Ce a d Qoa ac of the court and by the attorneys for women, gathered around Mr kind of roots beat adapted to beat adapted to different soil dreaded peat la general

At .:11 this afternoon Judge Wor. the defendant that a bond of I&0..0. Troy and shook hands with hlm.each their PARTICULAR SOIL. and locations. distributed.

; ley closed for the defense and Aet- could b. glren. I take that Bute- pmtlag a few worda. The court

4; : lag State Attorney Saaadera began meat to be given la good faith and also Went over to where Troy was

:: tile flnal rename for ... aute M>. I think fZS.OOO. one-halt of th. standing and held a short conversation

;:. Baaadera annotnoed that he would amount stated will not be excessive with him. We also grow a full line of i

'ji probably conclude at S:1t .'.clock.Ha aDd therefore' Ax that amountMr. Mr.. T oy with his relatives and GriffingfsPomona Fruit anti OnuunraUl trees I.

argument was largely' In aaa- Price latfTTvptaAt friends from Georgia then retired ,
t was to those of coaaaei for the de this point Attorney W. H. to the Biscayne Hotel where they Plants, best idapted to South '

,J : (efiM.Matairday. Price addressed the court U sub gathered on the porch and talked which are fully de ;i:
'p Afttiamaai'a Session 'Kta ce that h. did not ask the court for aa hour or two aad this mom- NurseriesWholesale

I After the character witnesses wen 'o reduce the ball but that la his lug the principal In ODe of the moat In our large lyus-( -
I' introduced Saturday' afternoon for opinion Iu.OOO"u excessive In
+ famous preliminary bearings la the trated catalogue, mailed free
the defense la the preliminary trial ronalderatlon of the circauatai of 'annals; of Florida history departed

t of Thoaaaa W. Troy tot killing Geo.I the case To this the court anawerwd on ih. <:!( tram with his son. brother Wholesale and Retail. Phone 129-E upon ippllcatloa.T. T
C, H__" th* lawyers tor the aa follow: and friends for their Georgia

1 deface held a ahort consultation InI. "I would Ski to Bay for the bena- homs _. .-.ail i'8

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. The Professions ::1 COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. I



I ATTORNEYS AT LAW son Delray rocker have ever and had the rug down and parlor I STUDENTS Call-ed,

BOYNTON GROWERS HAD pert DN'd.' the harvesting of m4in\ order upon her arrival Other :. ;. r..

II crop has been completed and as n-I||prevent* were given and Ire cream I l 'In Miami aatll Bert November. nil '

WILLIAM WAllIS ERWKMucrm whole It was very successful Bo and cake served In abundance The t I i From Monday's Dally) .ke Information received hen from wrIs
A SUCCESSFUL SEASON of the farmer loot money, ||party left with wishes for many 'Judge Locke, who .to now koldln* of
ITftIJIII &D p10RaCS al UW' An made expense and other realised ,.more inch anniversaries j I The annual commencement sermon court la Key West #l
extra sad ererrlws to the graduating clam The first term of the United sal ,
n OAJKOTM good crops Stuart bas reascns for feeling quitebig
11- ;: i Tk varied experiences are" not attributed thes*. day*. The two thousand of the Miami High School, were heU court for Miami war originally Mt .
e TwsBtk ar.eMe Boynton Mr M, CHard I I .t the auditorium last night aid I'for the fourth Mooch hot
IaM'UIIe ... .... rIIrYIH. to the farmer but to tbe voted to deepen the Inlet of St. Lacle I April
.. attended the
returned from Tallakaa nature of the soil selected to plant river means ocean sieaniers br patrons *f the owing to the Imgth of tk* tern at
this morning where k* has been the on. Delray having almost aa before long and there are good bf'1'.1 school and the congregations of th* i I Tampa, followed by that of Key
put week taJklac couaty dlrUioo I, ma'1 I BsptM. 3ontkera Methodist, First Watt a postponement ordered
T. ATXnSOB kind of soil u It has |i iTkoee son for believing this may be made wa
' ( W. will\ know BOOB pow mock force : planting on sand early made a government anchorage ,for war '! M. E : EpNeopal sad Christian'.churches ''uatli suck rime u tke eourt ..... ,t

ATTORNEY AT LAW. I ke bad with the member of the fair crop Other planting on sod vessels There Is no other locat.cn I Iso I I Ii could convealeaUy. come hers It
LAutM <<1I1.tllre. I late were the one to lose. ai. they I good between Fernandina and i I IjKev The exercise were opened by Invocation | wa* presumed the would be dow t '
__a givra t*.,-.sa n&IM. sad It U reported' that several of the.' planted and harvested what crop West. and If we ever have war by Rev N. B. Fuller. fol- I some time this moth tad the clerk r

aeW, prbne ale.UM tomato grower will finish picking they had practically without one I Irs l la .::. safdlsg. Lhia week Yet there are other during the entire season The lectionI W. E. Stanton and prayer by Rev *, same by securing the sea of tk. a1

MIAMI rLOIUDAGILLESPIE who expect to continue picking and : muck lands made the best I Then our wen are to vote JuDe 'AM. Chlsholm The sermon war circuit court mom, getting a Hit of +

shipping for aome time la every respect crop' ai they lay along the canal 11th, on a special school tax dls-1(\delivered by Rev 1.. D. Lowe tad the. qualified elector In the county 1i.
and the grower ar* lastly I lard the surface of the muck Is never trlct This may be needed he benediction by Rev H. G. etc and the official late of the convening tf

ENLOE, Dentist proud of their lacceaa. Tk* crop over one foot above tbe water I time, but no one can .eom"'l ter The singing waa .. por-I' of the term had. been expected
u hole baa brought fancy price i level of the canal The dry mock bad treatment about schools for the the rholrs of tbe two daily

omcsA.M HOC**. Various grower are receiving let' lands made fair average' roropBo county has each year given na eight I lodist.I Bsptlst and Epl.t.opsl Now It develop that tk* case o.l{
t. .... r. .. ten dally t-ompllmeaMng them on I the season ends Chase A Co. were |months and a full corps of teachera. uniting the calendar for trial are not ready

ml8lil.I.5 5.554.514 the quality and the good pack the prlmlpal packers they" running j Again the district conference' of The sermon of the evening bunhl"l'I'I'for trial hence the order of adjournment e'
thlr fruit two house I the M. E. Church recently held1st pecially framed to unit the to November Thto to regretted .
MIAMI. FLORIDA Eugene Hint one of the Of.. Thin week the pineapples are ..t.rt1 I! Key W *t, voted to hold the nextsesnlon the gralnate to he of the u the public had awaited.
popular buyer that visits this Ing for northern markets. The 1 here. We will then have a High School standing; during one I eagerly the convening of the term

I. ruDUICJ; tloa each year, i* her for will average smill aa will also the ;chance to show off our beautiful part of It. Dr Lowe war at his of tkls tribunal and tins additional
Jon time to com Mr Hunt 1* from crop Very few pine will run u ''new church and every minister wit. best and spoke many word of good prestige that. K would give the city
CIVIL ENGINEERAND Clearwater. Fla., and bay for aNew large aa Its' In the early picking 'say It has not a superior In the con ''advice' and good cheer to those ;and aectlonIt

URVEYOR. Tort flrm I II bat a* rain baa set In the farmers ferencehnher. lane I soon to assume the hardens of t"
to n.. l
I look for larger fruit In the late pickIng \\ we cant entertain the society A snbstantlal collecttoa was geron M Neglect a Void
SassUMl1..a tor But* M Larf* rattealat '
l 3ar.. tsadatnds.' j or more delegate" without too !taken up. the proceed to go to the How ,
Nee_.......... MUCH BUILDING IS The Delray Canning Co la operating much hard labor on the part of our benefit of the Miami Relief Association often do we bear It remarked -
", MIAMI FLORIDA. I I the factory 'several days In each I goi>d housewives Is questionable : "it's only a reid" and a few flit

week putting up tomatoes The Sanitary since It 1* almost Impo:;j1 le to get I'I'I Oa Wednesday evening at o'clock day' back later learn that the man to onkto
brand II the best tomatoes kelp. peaamonla. Tkto I*
that the grandatlng exercises GOING ON AT NARANJANaranja w begin of such common
occurrence that
H. P. BRANNING. eaabe packed anywhere and a sample The six room addition to tbe and continue through Thursday evening 'cold! however slight, should not bedisregarded. 't
Stuart House
wll1'CODrince to
std c.-. can anyone nesting completion ; Th* program for Wednesday .
Aawtel Delray good'excell all othera.Two I and this with other addition.+ will { to Chaberlala's Cough
evening : Salutatory Mr Free
Remedy counteracts., '
rrB t Utarns ..CSBK&SM.. yean ;ego It was impossible make It a goal large kotel tendencyof l
Iris: May 11Kr.. J. 8. Cu- Pine; Class Hlatory. Miss EieaaorScreven : a cold to result In peusmoata,
to furnish the trade It and more like It needed ,
IoM r.sa.... with Delray are ( .
: Reminiscences Mr. John
tello returned with kla family from and laU gained Its
I great popularity
pack after its Introduction to the Rumor has it that Stuart I* lOin.I Shlsler Clue 'y
Georgia Monday. ; Prophecy Mla E4JthShl.If'1' and extensive sale
West Palm Beach i: Florida oa trade, but the year' pack I. to bar a large Increase la population yL prompt
Mewm Kalgktoa Broa. completed : Class Poems. MIa Bessie rare of this most "
eoamoa ailment
lot to that In flavor and style In the not very distant future t
their tomato shipments today .u.r-I I Russell; ) leJld01')'. Mia Selma It always care and la pleasaat to t+
Acton I ably; assisted by Mr are welcomed ana I .
1 hey having chipped five solid ear of Bridgton. K. J. Mr Isaac Taylor we have room for many Frf'f'4II1.4.' Th* Blsrsyite orchestrawill take For sale ky B1an,.. Drug
O. W. MAYNAROJEWELEft load this aeaaon.Tke furnish made for the occasion. Ca,
la engineer this season Mrs Charles UcPbe oa left on
people of Naranja are mack ,I Thursday for Summerlta College
elated over the new railroad ackednle : -
where her ,
daaghter Fern has been
i baring BOW two train from Miami Many New Groves ja special music student the last year.Miss Fred'k. S. MorseBeal j
to Homeatead. la a abort ,, Fern has eiceirfonal music talent ,
time It I. hoped by the people ten and hers f
I .i very Important part 1
hat there will be a telegraph and At HomesteadHometaead. In the commencement exercise.
telephone office It U now neceaaary Busy I I Rev Sauces led the CI fanEndeavor EstateOEoes

AID OPTICIAN. to aend a telegram. I : Society Sunday night* the ) :

Perfect '&de".uJ wearing &t- Mr and Mr. John J. Seymour ... I subject being "Little Faults that :ot

ar* a treat eoBfort. Wth ear xteB-- returaej Monday from their wedding I .May- Mia Llllle Spoil oar Live*." The subject wa ap itajrs Cor. At*. C and 11 th Sib '

F site apparatus :4.tr- experience trip to Key Weat.' Mr Seymour ,Park., who kit been with her sister, I exceedingly practical and It 1* to be 4
there U ** Pneea rev has started anew and comfortable :hoped some word was saU that helped ,
Mrs. Fitch Ute past several months Miami. Dade Co. Florda. :'X
enable. W. repair Watcbea, Clocks dwelling the
I member In the battle against ,
left here for her home In Key
Jrwerly sad Spectacle.r A portion allpc.r l Mine Saraband Viola Leoakardt | W"'I the "little faults-
bide .... fore Located en ..,. I went to Miami lent Tuesday tors .hat miring the boat from 1
..* D between ink ana iMk 8... abort ptoesnre trip Mia Viola has I. BOW with friend at Cutler Mis* AGENT OR LANDS
Lllll made maay friend while here
recovered from her recent Illness

O.W.MAYrtARDPATENTS, and gratlflcatloa to very well of her. to hosts the surprise of friend and and win Bate be missed., especially by barschool Death of Rev. W. S. Faris Florida East Coast Railway Co :'

JewWr' SnMrr o..IM Mr Poland has tb* contract to Mite' Mayve ker parks visit ,of of several Key Westkaaconclnded week Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. ( ,

balld the sew hunts for Mr. Clan. '
Graham Rev J. R. Walker and Mr.J with her sister Mr*. Walter Tweed- Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. '\

A. 0-Berry. Mr. B. L.Marck ell and returned home much to the .
k regret of the beets of friend acquired Many here will .
ins with his force of carpenter la : regret and bepalD" .1: .
while here. Mfr. Parka was to learn of the death of Rev
a very Mvt time completed the j.MIAMI :
kalldlag for X..,.. Doyd and 'one of the most popular young women Wallla 8. Farto. -wi of Or ass Mrs j.A
Proctor Nine new houses have been visiting here for some time and W W. Farto which oc,:nrrM at

erected In the put two montha. 'I ker many friends wish for a return Ichsleng, Chin, on the link IBM, .
'to our midst In the near future. after a short mD n.
which shows
what to done
r.rMue IN t r YNtata.1sis1 public progress in thl being Little town In. Service" were held at ReJlaodschool Mr. Farts wa about fort yearsof
house Sunday by Rev : : : : :
The Uteriry Society of Naraaja : O Bernard age and for Mrerol )yours hi'1
TN.dr Clarke. A fair sized audience
W .
BeladcljLw.aww been
had a vry Important meeting lad a missionary of the Pr! i>>ter r
.t.wed ttr w.. present Respite the Inclement' I Ian church to ,China Two .l:
tr es'w err.w wwsaNsvou Frldav Rev J. R. Walker ad- year ago
a. drecaed the member.and new on- weather Mr, Clarke Is a pleasing he visited his parent. Dr :ind Mis \\.1

errs were elected Mir. halIDe Hill'Irpeaker'' and !each service Increase W. W. Faris In lib oily and had t...

ran elected treasurer Miss Lillian j In InterestThe quite a wide circle o: aequilntaacet Is rapidly!>> going to the 'front as the lading $
GA-SNOW Wood a* committee OB arrangement I!I cop.ous rain of the put week i and friend In MiamiDeceased .
Tk are worth thousands to wa married and ol city in South Florida.
membership fee was raised and I I.barhelora I. oc'ro-: one Everybody 14.
tke farmer and fruit and :
extra vain no quarter.whave to pay !/ cent h ave pat new1) life into basin*** gen China the foremost. H* wa Christian. a man worker of marked In is going to Miami. Now is the time to !,.

d..a 7 s'Pse.: After the business .waa tranaacted erally.The extra train service' to long ability and his death will be a sever secure a choice location either for busi- j
a debate followed' line subject "Tkatthere blow to the cause and work
to more happiness In pvrntt needed' to very greatly appreciated, h* espoused beside heartrending ness or residence. Choice locations in r
not only by Homestead settler but
than In pogaearion" On the afflrmtlve to kto aged: sad reverenced parent '
aide .... Rev J. R, Walker ,by the constantly Increasing numberof Dr. and Mr*. W. W. Faris. now Ir the city for sale by ; : : : : : : 'J:
ucrl visitors, and others,
Columbus Ohio where
std Mr* William F. Aake and on the formeiI
the negative aide were Mr*. C. W. ski ar* becoming Interested U this I I. attending the general assembly

Hill and*Mr for Clarke membership Cox were Six read application bu't'm great section J.of of Brooks th Atlanta.* conatry, a prominent Ga, has lot I Deceased line Presbyterian, besides a Church wife who wa FORT DALLA S LAND C01 1

and accepted. A moat pleasant evening 'with him at the time of death besidea ;
....,}biJAaists'"Till was passed and all df'p.rted\\arrived to be with his brother Dr. |I sister Mlsa Margaret Farto. alarIB OOCIoJOOOCO <:.<X-JoOOt: 000.x.X o"'C-)(>
Brook, who has been III for several ;:
MOST 8LW'nA.Il1WWICIIIN : for home about ten ',o'clock I missionary located at the same sin
Tai WWttA" week jtlon, with him seal a brother .
I at another Call
on t
Mr. R. M. William one of our : Or
Aak newsdealer far this superb (: mlssloasry station In China :ro "
T. '
your Test .ul't'f'tltrfll tomato grower, haa OP" "" -
II be doc oat handle fc I ]He was also a brother of Mrs. H. I'1
magazine. DELHI Y CANNING CO. a-ore to C.bl. oa a prospecting and I)JM Agent Fort Vice-Pre, Fort Dallas ;
end us hi*name and address with>w King !Sirs. William Stuart Hill
tame and address and lot. few saaiplccopy. pleasure Mr. Chaa trip.. 'IT. Plume I'I Milt Sarah Faris and Mr. Phlllf Dallas Land Co., Miami, Fla. vcCo., St. Aovustin Fla r

Regular price 15CKc,!,- I was among Frls. of this city.
tint WORKING ENERGETICALLY l tke last Wednesday outgoing paaseng.rs to Miami II It Is not known now what dlspo (10 >OOQc:< JOC'x..)00> . OOx.: :. : : :r
B;T rP-bllablal
Wmpsaye I Mr. Charles Lindner and baby are action will be nude of the body :
WIA 331 fi..t Mew Tart CNy visiting friend* In Cutler. though; It will probably be brought i
to America for final Interrment
Oeray! May 17-- Mr N. C. Hall Mr Mathews of Eau Gal?. 1 la
II agent of the F. E. C. Railway Co. ;, here for a short visit to his sister. --
Stop OrambUng while alighting from a moving train Mrs Y. Campbell IFIR1LtTlUTit VKTFR\S The Ocklawaha Nurseries

I Monday afternoon broke his right Many new grove art being sot out
For the Information
If suffer from Rkeumatira. orpains 'I leg In the ankle Joint Tk* fracture arid older oe.* enlarged since lh e of CODfe4..rlat. -
< you Veterans who desire
rain have commenced. The to attend I TANQCRINC FLORIDA .t
was set by Dr. Thompeoa. bat Mr. perfect .
for BaJlarJ's Snow Liniment
condition In which all citrus the reunion at Richmond. I will state .
j will bring oatek relief It i* a sure Hall thinking It beet left Delray for I Want Orange Grower to know that It I .
hoes hen through the that I am In receipt of a communication" I to their laUrest to bay tree I
ear for Sprain\ Rheumatism, Contracted St. ABgwttBy.'. where he entered theCOIUI'an drouth leave ao room protracted for from J: D. RahDe!'. assistant from Heir ,tock. Became they have T1t>t::BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. \.
: hospital Mrs. Hall and
Motel and alt pains '""and baby accompanied him doubt, even la tk* mind of the most general passenger; agent of the GOOD RESULTS caa only be obtalaed from tree tkit hr aa abaadaa ( ..'
vital the reefc of ..1Prlee lie A rutting affray la Ira"Stn skeptical a.'! to tk* superiority ot Florida East Coat Railway, stating of GOOD ROOTS item that are STOCKY top WELL: DEVELOPED:' : \ ,.,
tic $1 C. ft. Saith. Tenaka last Sunday brought before the this section for fruit growing that no reduced rate will be given and leave and woodthat I* ENTIRELY: FREE OF INJURIOUS INSECT: r
'1'.... write: I hare used Billard of the Fred Justice .- them from any point on the line of LIFB. ONE TREES bar all these GOOD POINTS their fa":1?
peeN ReynoldArch *
Snow Unlment I. m, family for Watson SaM Justice and Bad' that railroad coridally invite your laspectloa.. SPECIAL INDCCBMKET8: ar offered i.s
year and have fond !it a Bn. rem- Hlaton. Watson being eat In the The railroads north of Jacksonville to those who will place their order now. for fall delivery OCR NEW! .'"
-- e4y for all pales and ache '. I recommend arm, and Reynolds in tbe shoulder THE Busy PROSPEROUS will sell veterans' round trip EARLY SEEDLESS: ORANGE. EARLY: A8 PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC :

It for pain In the |cket.. *' and hand After being fined 8121. tickets to the reunion, beela.IDrM. AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAUT 1'1. CATALOGUE ran '
Sold by BUcayne Drug:Co Stth to list. Inclusive it l
collectively all
were dtackargsU. Tk* m
participant la the fracas were colored 1I.7S and la order to give them Address. The Ocklawaha Nurseries '
t A Xarrow iferape time to visit the Jamestown exposition 'J

Dr JR. Cason Jr.. has yon to for the gaud fee of fifty cent O. W. CONNER. .b

O.W Clord. a merehait of Plush.Ito rlslt.his parent and wife at Lakeland Stuart, May 18- On. characteristic ,their July S ticket The fare wll from be extended Miami to toJatklOD"III' Tangerine, Plaids Proprietor., ,"

had a arrow escape four lyer of the ,Stuart people U that .
ago. when be ran a Jlmnon b.T late Word was received her a few day they are loyal to each other and l rand return will be 112. Or M. BURtANK, Agt. Miami Fiends
.ml* thumb He says:< Th onu. ago' that Rev Charles" Ward pastor never forget their friend Few I making the era of tbe round trip
wanted to amputate rt: bit I would I of o..tra'M C. Otarch. was 0- town celebrate ao many birthday* I$J5 7*. from Miami to Richmond Our CREOCIDE: preoaratloa for the deitrocttoa of .ta. I.... aid

not consent I bought a,. box of Buck- fined to his bed at Daala and ....bl.to and wsddlag anniversaries u doe* not Including<< deeper I other vermin win do the work. .

...'. Arnica Salve ant that cared fill engagements for the present oar little kamiel Gift are left and J. C. Keller Adjutant t '
The whole Camp Ttge AndervonUmxtrrfvl I -- !
1M dangerous wound. It eeati at community sympathisewith refreshment carried In by all and
an druggists Mr.Ward in. his illness H* tat t general good time <. enjoyed b y
woa a warm place I la Ute heats of oil The Krsema Cure
an rang last wa* the observance Miami
IF TO t' DOT the people of Delray Irrespective' ot of PI* wadding anniversary Bottling Works
"Oar little
creed boy had
eoiema for five
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee BevSreills .
succeed' the first Urn'use Herblae Rev. L. Over former pastor of tk* .wa a complete surprise to the fun" write N A. Adams, Henr.
_and you *1'1 get tMUkt relief. Tke M. E. Church Delray. stopped at family Mm. Seville waa oat call etta. Pa. Two of our home doctors Props.
liver this place both going and coming Iq oa a ski woman while other said the case ws* hopeless, hi* lungs
greeted regulator A
tiT. cure for Constipation. Dyspepsia pod, from. the district conference.' Tbedelegation _her of the family were rn the being affected W* then employed Street Near R. R., Mlaail, FlaMtBfaetarr r Y

Malaria. Cbllla and afl liver corn from Delray to the conference village, ao the1 party found thcm- loth..r doctor but no benefit rein I ted.
at Key West were Mr. aadMr ", we read about KleetrteBitter "
plalat )(1'. Cof, Emory Tei_ selves locked out. A messenger waaent of
i *. Allan Mr. R. 1. Bkerwood, for Mr*. Seville sobs was greatly *, bought a bottle and sueimprovement .,
write My wife a ; I
> : a* bees a1rMae [ i
Mrs. Elsa Orton. Mr. Fred '. noticed' .
.ao. wad agreeably surprised when jh* coatlnaed
for herself and
children forrear
Mr. Carl Keltk All report an enjoyable found the crowd In front of the I this medicine until! several! bottles All Kinds of
1ft It I
a sire ear* for
trip house and still more so, when she were used when our boy wa completely
,,wkkk oaMUpatlofi to abataatiatej and naUarla fever I Mr H. L. Robldler representingArmour entered aad found a handsome new eoured" Bt of JI Dlmedfetnea Soft DrinksPrompt i'
by what It
A Co., was ate of the
commercial rug oa her parlor floor and body building health
has doa for my family" Sold byBiacayne : i traveler' la Delray this week' Mr McPberaon bad man I tonic Guaranteed at all druggistsw I l .
Drug Co. After one of the most trying rayaged to C"1 jIo( at an open wiD SO cests I AteeaOe *. All mess. Out-et-Trwa them lotMtea. : :


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Big 7 Day Clothing Sale "



Friday, May, 24,1907 :


$10,000 worth of clothing to be sold regardless of cost: ;:

40 per ct. off on all clothing which arrived before Jan. 1 t.

-: 20 per ct. off on all clothing which arrived since Jan. 1 ,

Stop and think what this means to you ;

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gtotntr a Bur FURNISHING n,4T

.. Mens Pants
.It means that you can buy .
1000 pair to be closed out at 20 per cent discount
12.00 Suits for _ $7.2Q -
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Its a shame to sell these nobby patterns this way, but we
$15.00 Suits for.$9.OO: need the money. If you wear pants don't miss this chance A II

$1.50 Mens pants for-____----_____________________S1.2O
$10.00 Suits for_u; $2.00 Mens pants for-u__ __ S1.6O
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$20. Suits for---------------12.00 $3.50 Mens pants for--_--__--__-- --------.-------$2.8O t

c. Our mens suits have received orders to,move and
r" move they must. We will make every one of them Boys Clothing k
{ move at some price. It's good business on our part,but
We will close out our entire stock of boys clothing and pants at 25%disc.
while its a loss to us, its a big saving for you. We do $2.50 Suits to close at __u______u____ ____ ______S1.87
!- not to carry these goods over until next season $4.00 Suits to close at.____u___u___u u_ _u_ ___ __S3.OO
propose u U
50c boys pants to go for u_________u_h___,_u______-_ __38c
-1 ;), when they will be all out of style and shop worn. 75c boys pants to go for-_u-____u_uu u___ u _55cSHIRTS
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t,. :Mr. Cut price has given them marching orders and
} march they must. Look over these price cuts and, if
+' ever you expect to buy another suit: of clothes-buy it f

..4...:' NOW. It will be the best investment you ever made. 500 mens negligee_shirts to be closed out at cod

.1.' -- STRAW HATS
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. '1 au Ar ;.t .: 20 per cent off on all mens and boys Straw Hats.SHOES .
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:t y To make this sate interesting to all who cannot
l'J' get shoes to suit them on our bargain countersat
half price, we will'give a special discount L
O of 10%except Queen Quality and Royal Blue.
tJ; 1000 pair mens, ladies and children's shoes are -
on our bargain counters at half price s''

f,, A Few Specials for.Seven days Trunks and Suit Cases to go during

' Scriven'drawers for u______u_60c 15c Sox for.______Uu________10c ,
15chandkerchlefsu10c 2kE&WCollars15c this sale at 20 per cent off
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i 10 per.ct cut price on all goods not mentioned except Stetson Hats. We'll expect to see you soon after you read above. Yours lor a new suit

JOhn Sewell & Bro

;" I The Clothier Miami, Fla. The Shoe People

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