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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 28, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 10. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY, FLA., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1907. EIGHT PAC'ElF.l ; ;


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ElCTRIC[ STORM I DR JACKSON DESIRES I The Bridging of Bahia Honda Is MONSTER ORDRS( BOARD OF PUBLIC Y>\




.-- TO INVESTIGATE[ GCONDIBONSAnd [ I Soon to be Commenced By GIVEN FOR[ CARS WORKS MAY 1!:



Swept Over The City pf New *

York Late Yesterday The Railroad Company Harrlmaa, ComM aad Other Railroad R RESIGN

r Place Order Aggregating f
t .. y
; Retire Drrolrtat TDOB TbeMmyor t:- --- : 513,000000Other TUg Ordenare ,

THREE PEBSO'OTEKlllEO Before Deciding ti Yield la S&cba.New locomotives
: The Only Difficulty in the Way of Successful Cnlmination IF EFFORTS ARE TO !

to \fM>e* of FnrmO aad Become:

,* MayoraUty ea.u..... of the Gigantic Project of Building a Railroad to Key BE INTERRUPTED

A4 Great AmowM ef Damage DOM
;. I s West-Trains now Run to Lower End of Lower Meta- New York Jane 17- The Harriman -
to Property Seven Pereosu IB. Gould and other large railroad t!

cumbie-AU Work is Progressing SatisfactorilyOn systems have placed contract la the 1M
JIII''I'w.' Cbllftb fMftpIM Tees list few dar eklllaf for an -
(From Tknraday1 Dally) eapesdltun '
of upward of $15.000,000. AND PROGRESS RETARDED 'r
.. ka
rn.c--a. Dr. James M Jackson wk r
and order are oenJInc for car to
been *o cltrfl by a large number of the valve of 110,001,000 more I

friend and) citizens through peUUon Heavy contract are also about to -
Jut Monday the ant train of nred The engineer and I pro- i 1.
be given! for locomotives: oa the cub
to become a candidate formayor motor are sanguine of the remit,
New York Jan 17A ,deathdeallag the F. E. C. Railway extension line
U tke primary to beheld era Attorney Asked to Render t
soot
Opteio
electric Mora swept over erased over the trestle connecting and the attempt I* now to be made.This
4 stated this morning that k* I taken the
to mean that
.New York sad rlclaity Ut teateriday ha not determined yet whether ke i Upper and Lower Metaenmble'Key*, oa Power sad Legal ExMeace .1 r, t
klDlng Ores person. treetllBg of the channel at Knigbte'Key
atteraooa. I
. lajurtng eereral sad caaatag1 Buy I will yield to tile pressure Bad become and proceeded to the lower end of U to be delayed until the Bakla Valdosta Voted "Dry" the Board Cader the imeaded

area sad doing mach: damage. 'Two a candidate tile latter thus marklac another Honda problem ba been ealreJ. .
.
\ ckarek steeple were attack IB this "I realise the office" of mayor Uan stride In the building of the ezten- Tbs water at Knlghfa Key I* deep, City Charter.

city. both Doing ton' to fragment Important ooe. said Dr. Jacfr eta to Key Weet. with a fairly good harbor, avid It Lownde county, Georgia, which:
son. and I want time to consider Tor some time put train bar wlUbe maintained a* a ort of; port held a wet and dry election Monday -

and Investigate before I reach a been ran to the central apply nation I for Uadlag ships and cargoes while went dry by .. orerwhelmnlgmajoritr.
DAT18 IS
, 'W1DES8 conclusion 1..11 not accept the at the the other work I In
STILL ON STAJTb lower end of Upper Metacwnble progrera. I The followtag account (From
office or at last will not become Key carrying supplies and All of the work at the various ..fb.. same which win be Interesting Tbaraday Dally)

-t7Iii the HaywooJ a candidate for It, naleaa I Sad Ian material to that point bat now that point along the hoe M progressing to many In MUml and Dad. Shall or hall we not reetgaT ;

Bole June Davis was recalled HT It the attention required It foe several mile further or to entirety satisfactory At JewfUk county la view of the fact that a This I* a question that la now being
trial today wltnee and be In a poclUon to do my very the lower Creek are now fader +
amtaaUoa. end of Lower Metaenmbla preparation similar election I* contemplated considered by Mean W. W.Proat. r,
tk stand for cross "
to *
Tb defense continued their beet for Ibo latereita of Miami Key the building operation will be way lor building an immense tree- here, appeared In the Jacksonville T. N. Canter and C. D. Lefner. ;
of I Many personal lollclUUon are further facilitated and expedited tie. TIt trestle will be mostly Metropolis yesterday afternoon.
efforts to Impeach the. testimony being made to DrJackwa to become Another atgnlflcant step In the culmination of piling *n Idea of Its length being Valdosta, Ga" June IS- Lownde composing that orgaalxatlon. ,

Harry Orchard. a candidate for the office of mayor, of this gigantic! and htiardoo had by the fact that the I company county went overwhelming for In dlscnsslig the sltaatloa with

ELKS: LADIES D.AT positive assurance that k* will do on the trestle which 1* to pan the piling betide* considerable concrete wet and dry election held here. morning. Mr. Prout said that the ; 15+,
-Dally) ao. The petition that Ike tan for deep and treacheroa waterk of Ba- pier In the building of It. "The woman were responsible amended city charter places the ,
( Friday wen theacre. office were circulated entirely without kla Honda channel are to be command The health of the mea maintains for the victory board In inch i position that It la

The Elks club rooms card pnrtTyesterday his knowledge and to those whoso : at one*.,* camp being eatab- excellent and the mosquitoes are "The total vote la the county was apparently powerlesa to go ahead 4>t

of another afternoon.pretty Mr*. K. M.i.ars. Interested themselves and those fished there within. the next few bad enly at a few point While l'U for Prohibition and 417 for with aay public .erk aalee. It 1*
Chatham who signed the same be feel moat daya. men are tearing every day for vacations sntl-Prohibition. strictly la conformity with sad under
E.
T. t
and Mr*
I grateful and appreclatlr Tk* doctor Ever dna the project of balldlnf or to return to their homesin "Valdoata gave the Prohlbttloa1st the direct dietanoa of the coat. y

enterUlalng.Tfc. hostesee greeted. the guests will probably determine within the extension wu Ant launch ed.tke the north, other are arrlrlngregnlirly a majority of 141 dl. sad appreeiatiag their position

cordially and areeeated. each oft* the next few days whether or not to' problem of treetUag.aad apannlngBakla to take tkelr place sad "Fully lOt women of Valdosta kara Instructed re* boards tttorney -
artlatte Uttl leON lard of became a candidate for tk* office. Honda preeented the moet difficult the Indications are mat there will took *a Interest In the election. to render aa oplaloa oa their R.

watt wtU cart bard th* edge dad let Mayor Sewell ,win not be & caadt problem. If this caa be done be >4 ip la the progress, from "They formed a line oa etch aide legal .existence powers, etc ,
dose la pyrography. and Ud date for re-election, sad U BO other the aaceea of the enterprise I* aa- now let. of the walk extending from the If this oplnoa hatl be sock a* to {
tertng likely to oat. It loses Central tile board '
ribbon Tk* *' eaadldatea are come -- court to the middle of prevent from proceeding a
with Barrow greet
sal four hand; mehr wa' played .. very probably Dr. Jackie win avenue, leaving a passage of with public work that Its right ( wt
the of games bare thugs his own way should ke four feet for the voter to pant are Questionable and tbat It can not
aid dartuc progress
I adted almmds! sad peach won solicit the office.Heaviest SJIMEOLDISTORYJOTHINPEWINTHE through act without the possibility of lajuneUon 1

served. Afterward th* tables went "Besides the ladle served teed *. etc.. then all three of the +
sheared of cards sad with lovely roses '' tea. lemonade hot coffee and sandwich member will resign but otherwise
for decoratkOM dainty plate of: Rain 01! Season. MCTROPOUS JAMESTOWN CONTESTFor e* to the voters they will contlaae la office: until the '{

cream IB pink and green block, vita "Not a single difficulty was reported same become) YON .. November 4.at -

delicious horn *id cakes., were during the day which time the law abolishes Its >
placed before each ;*uet. From Tuesday, Dally "Tb. ladle of Valdosta sang and existence. \ *:
Th prtie wr-?Bsaaay well Th. heaviest down pour *f rats prayed from 10110 to sundown. Mr. Frost stated that k* ta confident i
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selected. the Brrt. a* xaulalto band and electrical storm Bat bas prevailed the board i* still effeetire by
tainted puff bog w.* eat for by la this city sea section this. : the Past Several Days, The Vote Has Been Nothing CAPT. I.U"OO OX RESIGX8 law, but If It I* not either of the

Jira, Oaear Tarter and Mr*. War- year occurred during the late boar. member desire to serve longer and e
1 r.r. sad was woa by Mrs Warner. yesterday afternoon, flooding tk* Startling and The Contestants Have Moved Up Gradually COMMAND OP MIAMI RIFLES will get out a* soon a* possible.

> lira. Richard W. Rhodes, pits Henry sewers sad street aad 'even coming
J. Eg *r and Mitt Loul* Browneat up Into the first floor of some of -Premiums by E. B. Douglas and Steam Laundty Co Captain J. Frank Jaudoa. since RKFVBED EVIDENCE TODr8I"ROfJ

for the second )111M. am Mra.Kgzer the building along Arena D Bad December I. 1>OJ. commander of : WITNESS r

wa the winner of a Swaahtt1 IZtk street Company "F," Miami Rifle. F. 8.
,: 1 Oeea T. Coaklla.- The rain began a few minute before T. ha* tendered his rMlcuatioa to Houston Vs.. JIM 17- !. the re-
'eeslved aa third prtee. a Balou* little I o'clock sad eoatlaaed saW Governor Bioward. sad will doff the Loving trial today Judge Baksdale 1

tame Up ajeaaar after dark all travel and business The rote counted yesterday at ( the Miami Steam Laundry Co. for tripe and! bar aa soon a* tk. same rendered aa oplaloa refusing the ad ( ...

-.. The seat regular day for tke Ud- being upended for the Urn*. At o'clock la the Metropolis Jamestown sundry or cleaning and pressing shall have been accepted sad his. mission ef evidence ky the State to
f See. to have the prtvllecM: the the corner of Avenue D aad Ittk Exposition OBh-si revealed .work minimum amount SI ,cent successor appointed. disprove the story told oa the standby t -1
dolt room, MOBM oe the Foartk of street the water wa nor than afoot the fact that the ladle la the race Followtag la the standing tile Tkl new will be regretted by the defendant'. daughter of the.

1\ ,lily sad u there till doabUeei be deep, Hooding tk* floor of Las- bad sot abeeu Idle during the db contestant after the count yesterday Captala Jaudon'i many friend, la alleged assault oa her ky Theodore i:
,1 either aaaaeiiieBU for tad day.tkey. seter's bar and other place adjoining agreeable weather and a mach larger afternoon at ( o'clock: that ke I* one of the most popular E.t... which recital Inflamed her rt
;i -will not meet to play cards M *. it also reached over the sidewalk rote wa cast baa at say ether District Ke. 1 and efficient officer In the Florida father to kill Estes. Other witnesses ..

)r .-!. almost the entire length of time during the present week. Miami and Suburb) State Troops, and brought anJ followed to the stand testifying t .

\ Throe preaeat yesterday were: the block between lit II and lltk The standing of the several contestant MU Anna D. Zelley . 1I 02,137 maintained the Miami Rifle, a* to Judge Loving' condition at the < ..

f-Mra. W. M. Bardl... Mrs W. I.I street. la unchanged however, a* Ml** Grace Pkelp I . ..I 83,14: one of tke crack companies of that time of the shooting. 1'
I March Mra. C. M* DaBfortk Mrs At the corner of lOtk street and far a* relative position are con Miss Mabel L. Godson .. 77.OM organization
W C. lIaraa.... Mr*. Ole rUl* C. Arena B, pedestrian waded knee cerned. 'Mia* Bailey still leading la MU Java A Rose . 7S.WW Captain Jaudon talked freely. this I NEW JERSEY GRAm ARMY

I ) TrtMetl. Mra. Phelps Mra. Dear D deep to get through. Various other District No. 1 and Miss King of Mlle Hattie Hodge . 57.393 morning about the cause wklck led r
T.k.... Mra. Erie HaU. Mra WUUamH I pleas about the city were flooded Fort Lauderdale la District No. S. Miss Bessie Fuller .. 9O87NMU up to his resignation stating that Ocean City N J Jane IT- TIM
; 1I.latJn.lln.U. W. Homer :' and several small washout occurr: Today being Friday, there will be Elesaor Mill . . 1M.HO3 It was die solely to the fact that I city Is a man of flag today ta honor lk
''Jre F M, :Doan. Mra. Rhode*. he had not been treated of the old soldier assembled y
bat tomorrow at soon the Miss Maidle Tucker .., 15.1KIMisr porperlyby i "
r, t lira. K:' Melts r Law. Mra. William ed.Report* from the immediate country ao ballot coast boxes will be opened and undoubtedly Maude Brickell . IS 'M the governor sad other head of hen for the department encampment
'. Browm. Mrs ,Richard W. Rkodaa.lira. section show that the earn condition material District ... SAD the state malltla Recently a vacancy of the Grand Army of the Republic
Henry J. Eaw. Mra. 1:. A. prevailed." Many of th* road ,, there will be a ( of Dd County outalj of Miami existed In the majorahlp of According to Commander
Waddell Mrs Battle Rerere Mrs were flooded sad washed out. all lacrea* la the Tote sad standing and suburb) the battalion to which the Miami Alfred Atkins, of Elizabeth the New

,, Jolla D. OoJmaa. "Mr*. Harry Me- low place filled with water and of the candidate Ms Lane attire time Rifle belong, sad by virtue of seniority Jersey brasch< BOW bas 4.S09 members
T. Comklln. Mrs Just a little over a month remain divided among lit posts. Tk.
Cows Mr* Oscar considerable damage done to crop Miss Louise lOa,. Ft. Lauderdale and precedent Captala .I..- ,
K.U.Lar. Mrs Thomas B.Ckeat- oa low land. lot the contest, and there will vote undoubtedly . . . n..snI don was entitled to the promotion reunion will last natll Saturday
11.... Mlaa Lottie : Mayaard. MlnIo Along the river and bay front be same strenuous KIN Grace V:. Miller West . bat Instead another and Junior night and the citizens sad busineea.
tM BrowBjtlM Eva Tafhoro Kk. boat AUed acquiring done by those In the race I eommanJer la the mea of the city are determined to i
all open were or swamped Palm Beech . . 21.227 battalion was
I' HIM Lola MeL ndOs sad Mlia AcBe and this morning there wa general Letter are coning from far and Miss Bessie Boat Homestead 15,271Miss made major."I make it the most enjoyable ta re-
Bear each day with. suDecriptlon. I feel." said rest yen.
Errsr.MOHOBIIEUKE activity la balling and pumpIng Mollie Jones. Dsnla .. 14.S33 Captain Jaadon-
out. with effort to-dry aaUaaadawning votes, etc, for the Metropolis con- I Mis. Hattie Talker Delray 4. "..201'I "that there Is no use trying any -
the letter are some
between the shower led and among longer All military officer aspireto
f The rata P'P at the SubTropical from person who seek Information elevation, and usually get It JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER
of the con MOXOfEXT TO TEXAS RANGERS
Laboratory oa the South Sid regarding the conditions I I when their time comes accordinglyto
registered during the progress of ; test people who want to assist the rank and seniority They pride

HAS BEEN fORMED the rain, which wa accompanied bya young ladle to get to the famous Austin. Tex.. June S7- With imposing i their position and try to do honorto HAS BEEN SUMMONED .

driving wind, one men sad two- exposition. ceremonies, the monument them. I have faithfully discharged
teatfe of precipitation through there The Jamestown Exposition, where erected, to commemorate the services my duties at commander of the
I wa considerably..... water fen the Metropolo guest will visit Is of the famous Terry' Texas Miami Rifle, but aow that the '?
T* Operate PasscBfer: Carl From I than the register Indicated Increasing Intereet every dayand : Ranger, or 8th Texas Cavalry .was only elevation possible to me hasbeen Before Judge Laadl to Ten of the !

All local barometer show a slight those who have been there.proclalra unveiled today The memorial 1* a Ignored I feel that I *m warranted '{
Little River ta JtUmi and Miami fall today, and some of the more It to be the most woaJertul historical ,, magnificent equestrian statue on In resigning my office I Financial Condition of Standard .
cautious boatmen entertain the Idea and adentlfle exposition everheld high pedestal of gray granite and have been Identified wIth the Florida "
to Cocouvt Olive Will Start that we will get considerable more aot only la America but Is one of the most beautiful of It* State Troos for the psst fifteen Oil Company Other Officers Alto ,t

rein and possibly a blow before the abroad. kind net erected In honor {of Tease year, and will leave the company '\
la Fall weather break again.POCTH The following Information regard beroea.OtlrbraU. bestowing my beat wishes for Summoned r'

ing rote premium may be of Information Its continued success and high I -
DMJ standing in the Second Regiment! F.
to the reader of the Metropolis
During the present summer four DAKOTASHEEP BREEDERS who are interested ia some contestant Pouter announcing a grind 4t"h 8. T." I Chicago Ill Jane 17-ftabpoeaa*

prominent gentlemen Miami and : of July celebration at Delray. have Captala Jaudon stated that the were Issued today la the United
two company Is now In excellent condition State District Court for the '
Huroa. 8. D. Jan 17A to Dally been received la the city The program otDcera
Cocoanut Grove, will Incorporate acompany Fir week subscription
day' eaton of the South Dakota 10 rote 1* Interesting, Including a'' numerically and In equipment of the Standard Ol Company of New .I ,.
to Metropolis. SOc, secure!
under come name yet The organization recentlymoved r
Breeder and Wool Growers'Awoclatfm Jersey
Sheep to DallyMetropolis. match game of Baseball bicycle
fee determined for the purpose ofetakUktag was commenced here That month subscription secure Iii votes horse, boat foot tab and three legged Into Its new and up to date Subpoena were lo Issued for .

k sad malatalalag aa automobile this morning and wa marked by 11.11 to Dally race Th* contest are open armory In the Watson building and the officers of the Standard OH Co.. r.
Lithe an unusually large assemblage of 81s month subscription to all with cub price to 'Ithe winners bas a full complement of arm, of Indiana. All subpoena were ,
..ncer.1tDe between 400 rote
secure
stockmen of the BUM The aaaual Metropolis n.1t Another feature. will be an equlppage. uniforms, etc Who will made returnable July *. Among the I :
River sad Miami aad ;Coeoaaut One year subscription to Dally be the successor to Captala Jaudon.
address of the president. O. B. Percy athletic exhibition t> Japanese A officials of the New Jersey company .
rote: y ;. .
drove and Miami making double of Conde. was the feature of the Metropolis. ft. secure 1,000 to Weekly cordial Invitation is extended the diction.the latter would not venture a pre summoned are Joba D. Rockefeller ..-.

dally Kkedule between theee poiata opening session. All phase of the One year subscription 100 rotes public to attend the celebrationMr pr..lde.t1111.111 Rockefeller.: Jao. J.
It I* the intention of these gentlemen cheep Industry will be discussed by Metropolls.il.SO. secure! D. Archibald Henry Rogers, W. 3e-
to pat oa at the start two alx- wen know aathorlUe during the One rot for every tea cent paid HINGED FOR MIXING Tllford. treasurer and Charles' M. d
Miami Printing Company onaccount McN'amara. general agent of HIS SWEETHEART
the
to
tee to twenty passenger capacity i convention. Pratt secretary. re-
of printing and sdverileInL the Equitable Life Insurance Company -
oa* operating between Little The Issuance or the subpoena
era 1. a business visitor In the St. Louis. June 27 John (r
River and Miami and tk* other between Mis Ethel Wynne Weatkerty. tee King wa the direct result of the refusalof '
One rote for every tea cent paid city, working in connection with the negro convicted of murderin
Coeoaaut Grove sad Miami Mrs. Hal Mordauat. will positively the company's attorney yesterday i
Tke service win be Inaugurated appear with her husband la a de- to E.: B. Douglas proprietor of the Wilson A: Hnddleston. local agent Halite Douglass, his sweetheart I. to furnish Judge Laadla Information -,
Ideal Dry OooJa Store Miami. Fla.OB of the company, and assisting In November, 1101 was hanged hen
the early fall A charter win be Ugktful sketck oa next Thursdayevening. be requested regarding the .
cent paid to the writing of poUd .. today.
for
TOte every many ,
Balled for at aavry data. financial condition of the company. r

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The Weekly Miami Metropolis :I CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR MERCHANTS Political II F ,


I The Miami Merchants' Associationdid .

B. B. Tatam. President 8. Bobo Dean. See-Trea. I the proper thing In deciding yesterday Announcements Three Dade County Ladies

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY I afternoon to give; their

i clerks and helpers half holiday
a
Six months . . . . $100 One jeer . . .. .... ...11.00 : one afternoon a meek until October i

Those paying In advance will! receive a year'l subscription for 11 SO I 15. The employer mho Is consld- :

sad sir months subscription for 75 cent ThJi Is a liberal dlaconrt to Induce I errte of those upon whom he depends I tNOI'CEYCYTq.nd.rthuheadA"I' all be I..erted: .tt alter th.ctc .. Get Free Trip to JamestownExpositionatexPense-

strictly advance payment / as much as himself for the pe5mareti'U the Daitr" Mctrouolu
success of his undertaking Is not rllo.: Arrklr :Metnwuli*. .5. "or htrtliilj
and M.tropoll. for 110 OU.
we.sIy
Entered at the Podtofflce at Miami. Florida U aecond-claM matter. only milling\ but planing all the time
I to make life as pleasant as agreeable PO"fTIVELY.o ...............t.iII
relations himself be i..erted a.km ac _,...... by crab
]l and the between
tr.iim. Jt"\>: 2* IMIT. and them as close and united

as poihlble." I
FOR CITY MARSHAL I
In union there Is strength and !

NO ORATORSIN DR. JACKSONFOR when employer and employee pull I HEREBY mnoinc.irU a caadidmK
THE RACE MAYOR together aa one, when one feels the for fix offc of City Mr.balo th* City of
uar-sblect to the aclMH oltketilr rrlr- oi The Miami
Interert of the other as Important i try, and I earsetl..wciit the upport of ry Metropolis
: John LaKontlaer, of the F rnan I K petitions'and a more than generous as be does his own. and where each 'ne.". asd '1"'."' .'. :
diva RecorJ. who la exceptional!!' signing *f the same with do all they can to promote good fel- JOHN GODMaX

veil potted regarding public men S/oJ J.'MJackson: for anything lomsLIp, there can be but one result I
of Florida. says Jr., will success. For Judge of the Criminal Court r!
Of all the announcement so far In all probability be the next mayor The Metropolis Is glad the merchants of Iteeord. Three ladies of Dade County selected by pop-

made for Governor Senator Rail- of Miami. of Miami hate shown this ''To the Voters of Dade county: ular vote of the people will be sent on a ten day
road Cottnilssloner. etc. there t* For two days past petitions have high appreciation and due consideration J
The fact that Criminal Court ofRecord tour to the greatest historical
not one man In the crowd exceptiu beer in circulation asking Dr. Jackson to their clerks. In the end a exposition ever

Frank Ad.ml11.* ran be clawed as to become a candidate for the they will not lone, but gain. Thu for Dade has county been established Is evidence la of and Its held in the United States. The lady getting the p.....
Albert Jennings la a office Over two hundred names clerks mill\ be Inspired to new energy I
n orator. highest number of votes in the
districts
need and the primary for the choice two :!
(ilaln fellow a good reaaoner but' were subscribed, the signers representing f new efforts and a closer relationship I
of Ita officers has been called for combined
; not a good speaker Hudson Burr I every class, profession and to their employers It Is August e, 1(07. will be allowed to select a traveling

might! pull off something committedto trade Irrespective of party politicsor needless to say what this mill meau I announce myself a candidate for companion, whose expenses the Metropolis will I}

memory in fairly good ahape Albert affiliation. They signed willing. Judge of said (court believing my I also pay to and from Jamestown from point \ I,'
l Gllchrirt has always been able IT and each pledged his support In II education and In any ;
experience
to please himself more than his audience the event of his becoming a candi- THD PRICEOF the legal practice of law since: )S7t, qualifies in Dade County.: ConteSt doses August 3rd ;

with hi*, attempt at oratory date. me for the position. :
and we can tee bat little In this line The Metropolis believes Dr. Jackson HUMAN LEGSIs I am a member of the Florida and I ;
from any of the others who have would make Miami a most excellent United States Courts. (

been mentlcned During the last and efficient mayor. He is a woman's leg worth more thana A* a citizen and a man I refer to I What the Metropolis DoesThe \
campaign, there waa Davls.Msys ana thoroughly conscientious a law- man's! Doubtless It is to the woman all persons who have bad business ,
Ellis. three of the beat orators In I abiding man and is energetic and ; but this Is not to be considered and social relations with me.

nil State and they lent to the cam- I ucceimfnl In business. He has the an answer to the question. I am a Democrat and nave never j Metropolis will trad the S successful candidate to the ;tJamestown

talcn a Jegr* of entertainment tf lo\.- and Interest of Miami at heart I In a suit for damages against the ere this sought office in Florida. I Exposition for a tn Jay's trip without ODe cut of expense -Y

not genuine: Interest If this aggregation and no doubt mould lend his New York Central A Hudson River I solicit the support and influence I II j to the successful eaDdld.t".t
referred to In connection energies to the welfare and Railroad a train of which struck I if This will
est de-I of the people of Dade county and I include railroad far, from Miami or any other t
t with the beat campaign Is to be all velopment of the city. an automobile causing Miss Noakes nominated pledge yon honest aDd i I point In Dad County to Jamestown and return and will Includeall
then the State executive' committee he mould make Miami I a good and the chauffeur each to lose a leg, Impartial administration of the .,
wght to hire it bran band or minstrel executive and the Metropolis hopeshe I, the jury returned a verdict awarding of said court. expenses for the traveling companion. f.f

; to accompany the speakers on mill become a candidate for the the latter $10,000 damages and I A. R. Simmons 1a"1 Also .the best of service wfcU, going to and from the axpositl :]

their tool of the State In the internet I office. Miss Noakes 135000 damagesVh>' I Cocoanut Grove Fla. I "wm5. Jae* Car Service. 4:'Iac- ar service hotel hill .
of aaiusementa." the distinction! Was Miss Noakes' at the I ..at". ... <%e largest and pert hiv. at the exposition. \:

If this Is true may be our F'rnau.1!! leg worth three and a half tim i For Judge of Criminal Court of RecordTotheD.rnocratk I w" *. -* street ear fie ...*..., t jts* exposition J
before
dlna frk'Ddm learn INFLUENCE OF more to her than the chauffeur'sleg
and concessions ...._.nbe aide
I gronncj ce attraction therein.
campaign I* orer that the general was to him Did the jury con- Cozenof Pad CoaatyIhrrabr :

public prefers hearing a plain heart 'I' THE ADMINISTRATIONThe sider beauty a* well as utility! Perhaps ..""..n mflf a ca ad id a I*for ,10.1 It will Include everything for the comfort pleasure Instruction '

to heart talk to a flow of political Pensacola Journal replying the Jury reasoned that a one- odic.. of J04" of tb. Criminalloa'l of 11 ant' Interest of the guests of the Metropolla who are selectedby
tlo.11..1 be
1 abict to the proplo evproanrdat
oratory that carried with It nothing to the Metropolis' assertion that "it legged woman Is to be regarded as th. Democratic: primary lob* .bold AacaMI I the popular vote of the people. Notblnc..m be cheap everything .

bat false promts1 and deception Is stated also that Governor Brow- more of a marked down article than I two Save prarticrd. la thHtatof Florida will be flrst-elaa.
Ion
fellow with \
Common everyday a ard favors T. A. Jennings of E- a one-legged man. One-legged men for a nambrr of thor (
of sense and not too ranch tongue his and will l are common. A oo -I'gj.d worn:." iNKhlv qnaliftrd l.> :fi'a. ::: : '
cambia aa successor, ... .. .. .
tile most reliable : .f'i. the honor ( xti a by th pol. ,
experience are throw the administration Influenceto Is a much rarer and a more Pitiful Th* "..*.....".... to b* biom. a candidata
D him brings the question as sight The chauffeur haa to earn ...1...* thr pnvplr wa rote b my""*lf oft*. therrprateil. Those Who Will Be Sent 7
up ... .......
his living. Miss Noakes does not j .... MilKilMina I .5 a of
influ
'administration
what
to just the Iredea mrmbrn of of ether i iprumurni The candidate t
STRUCKA receiving the largest number
SOUTH of votes In District
she does not have to hr"tnd I II
ence" means. It then says: That Is to nay .itiK. **.of l lead, '
i SERIOUS BLOW "The Journal has said on other earn her living. We add this so bliT that the nw con .nonn d b* *n coa No. 1. wajct! Includes voting precinct No. 19. Miami and ':
.
'
dnctd aa to the muavj of the tae psye'
occasions, and repeats now that It that the reader may not think we and the tim >>f Ik. jnrun. I IIwh. suburbs) .,
The PVnsocola Journal, always does not believe It means anything meant to say that she does not have *.. In rqaal and riact iotKr to all | The candidate the I
.... receiving largest number of votes In District
against the r'sa.d it the-non.m.etof
i tIt
for the right I
,
the chaufieur's living.
fighting to earn
mistake in the except the personal Influence of the auminalrd and apvoiatrJ I promise UP cost No. i. (which includes all am "he territory la Dade County .j
see a great Sometime when we are looking oftk-c ,
wrong governor. He Is the only state official not dncl lkalalra of that nirk In the bet
Roosevelt In pardoning t of .., ahiniY and iB nd .I.clt.1te .np-1 outside of Predect No. 10.) I
act of President who la always certain to not the English language: slips\ up. and to >t .*> ,
recently I port of all l)*mocrata of the c ** 'r.
one Oscar Sandor. have opposition because he la the throws us down. We notice that It F. H.bTO\EMAN: To the eaadldau rerelvtas. the highest number of vote In tell

convicted in Penaacola. of peonage i I only one Ineligible for r lectton. doea that with a whole lot of writ I the above two districts will be given the privilege of selecting a

It says: ,1 We believe on the other hand.that ers. For Solicitor the Criminal Court traveling companion.
Oscar Sandor. one But let return from th o :
"In pardoning tf the other state officials did not us e .t t tt
of the men recently convicted here I have their own political fences to cursive observation to the dl&-I I I ol Record. I t ,
of President Roosevelt bas inating verdict of a perhaps alt t :
peonage look after, and were free to support
serious blow at the bnttInterests susceptible jury which makes a distinction I HEREBY annrnvr* nit- If candidate for Basis of Votes 'j
struck a-
and openly advocate any of the gubernatorial the oatav of rromntia* Altocnn, fur the I
and the truest requirements candidates the governor and a difference of $15.000 Criminal Court of Herod e.b..ct to the ..ctM.M .
of the South. That this Is I could not "round them up" for the between a woman's limb anJ a :*lk Ik, I'M.* Democratic Pn ma KUF1T rr. to K.b*TAYLOK kM Asset I! Vote will be allowed oa all subscriptions paid to the Metropolla q f.

so need no better proof than tomerely 1| support of 4y one man. Nor does man's k-K. We fail to comprehend on the following bull:

lice the fact that 'a great ilhe Journal believe that the reasoning or philosophy of the I I '..
I every
For Clerk of Criminal of Record I
steamship system refuses to do anything I member of the cabinet would agree Jury Plutarch relates that I traveler Court 1 month ((5 weeks) 50c 50 votes "
white immigration I I ______ ______ A
to build np i, on any one man where there *ere at fcparta. standing long upon To Ikntrr of Dade Con..,. .
'New Orleans because of Held. one leg:, said to a Lacedaemonian. krrrbT. ..."" ..* that I. th. apprnarhlncprimary
through three or four good men In the

peonage :conditions In the South. I I "After It la sifted down and analyzed "I do"not believe" you can" do as ::-.r?poor. _ol_rcoaa to b*radlnr held AafnM lfmn*, eon tor. the for 3 months 1.25 __ _ ___ ____ __ 175 votes r ,
-AI a 'i matter of fact. peonage Is the term "administration, support much. "True raid he. but every Mtabliakwd Criminal o.rt of Bc rd. I
the l be ....lIw a caadidat fr ('>r* of ..... Court '
Miss Noakes wl
nothing like a* widespread as I means but 'very little. Aa a goose can. and niilicCovatj it ,10. support of the 'tern .1 Dada
3 public: Imagine nor U grievous in citizen of the rtate, the governor baa forced to Imitate the goose In this Rmpectfutly: 6 months $25.0-------------------- 400 votes

Instance*; a* would, appear on on the the right to support. the candidateof respect but so will the chauffeur. a. B fdcLC.(DON'

urtaee! but It does exist like a I his choice for his successor, bathe But he Is not In society. That make 12 months i

leprous growth en oar body politic has no right or power U governor a difference The goose Is not a For Clerk Criminal Court of Record $5.00-------------------JOOO..votes .

and It ought to be stamped out by' to compel the official membersof stranger In society. Come to Stink HEREBY .._nee writ aa a candidar For i
the severest means known to thelaw. his cabinet to support any particular of It the jury's verdict Is not inequitable. I for Clerk of the Criminal Court .f Hcord.aab every yearly subscription: to the WEEKLY METROPOLIS

Until It ... the south can not j candidate and we do not believe ,I The cnauf'i:' era till : racy)..ct and lo ailicit tt. action,lie of support the Drmocratk of very veer Prt- I the price of which la Il.tO. the Metropolis will allow SOt vote ,

expect: to recur that, elaaa of Intelligent one holding this high position chasE but Miss Noakes ,'an no lonj- 1 who will be .....".. to paxtdpsta. > sad prtarT. For all Job ...ort. advertising etc., paid to the Miami Printing ..(
.
white foreign labor on'' would attempt any such perform er dance DAL> -triLLCR. Co.. during the contest, we will allow one vote for each It
which depends, to a* great extentas ance. It U absurd to say that be- When a man lows a leg It la a I cent so paid. .
to tar one factor the full realisation cause one particular candidate for misfortune; when a woman loses a f
tit the ..ath.. material governor will receive the supportof leg It la a tragedy A one-lefged For Qty Qerk In every Issue of the Dally and Weekly Metropolis there

glory"Sander's. the chief executive that he willIIfCeSh&I'tI woman suggests a wounded dove. If I will b i found a coupon blank which when properly and plainly
t HEREBY ........* mjtlt ana candidate. 4
pardon whatever the receive also the supportof the lawyer let him keep any ef It I for tkr office of Clt:10.: ." >.b filled oat and delivered to this office will eatitle the candidate
President' motive aad whateverthe every other state official." the chauffeur Is probably satisfied comlnr city primary t. b* arid In acepte.Mr named thereon to one 1'0te.Roles ;
sad ..' Mly aulicit tr*aepport of my rtJi
with the amount named In the verdict
Justification for allifying the decree The argument of toe Journal 1s sad f.1bw eLless. ctfllv.AKTHt'a
of the mutt of Justice will logical" but we believe "administra He can regard It aa a leg-ecy KELLER

operate On the public mind to the tion Influence" means more than D
01! the Contest
prejudice of the south and on the our esteemed contemporary would St. Petersburg over on the west For Solicitor of the Criminal Courtof

minds ot those who practice peonage have It Governor Broward will not coast la to have a gas plant. Record 1. Candidate must be properly nominated by two reliable. 1
aa an encouragement to continue support a man for his successor
I HEutaT a.r o..c..yeelf a sesddal. citizens of the district wherein the candidate resides, who will
There who Is favorable and Inclined
their dlaoblte practices. not fur the oe..f ttolkttor for CrlrsalCourt vouch
If this kind of weather' keepa up the for the candidate. Any lady over fifteen of la
may be personal reasons why Ban- to perpetuate and follow, aa near aa of Record fee Dad. ": subject to yean ag*
mach longer w* will hear the bet eligible when
soon ao nomlated. provided the rules of
the tte.acratk Pnrary lo be A.s.t elk. the contest are "
-4or ahotld be treated with execctlve possible In his foot-step In the administration
wall "Oh Lord wl have bad rate !an. Tb .nppurt of mr I.**... .nd fellow complied with
lewJeney. bat It were better of the omce of Gover enough." .tlle..1II be .pp..c'studRIDMoD ,

for him, a part of the Infamous nor. He would be a poor Cover- n B. GAUTIER I S. Candidates most reside la the district fa which they are :R

peonage system to suffer unduly and leader were his cabinet and nominated and la event of removal or withdrawal., vote
than for the Soath's Interests to be those officials holding office through There' are only about fifty automobiles For Judge of The Criminal Court already 1
jeopardised because of a system of appointment by him not Inclined to In Miami at the preeenttime of Record I polled for her will be forfeited. No transfer of vote will be allowed "

which Sandor was a part" his policy of government and willIng but that Is enough to give a T* Ike oUra ol Dad ConnlT after they have been once counted. .

t lieutenants In aiding him to get man all the dodging exercise be can 1. The right I* reserved by the Metropolis to amend these '
assimilate. fmimlnr that there well lie .i............ .
the of his choice into a
ADd now Putnam county proposes man or men condition or to withdraw the offer In district
the of the voter* to ., any where only' one :1
to have s wet or dry election. One office a to ,en. -. nt pan .t'c ... tk.1 candidate la nominated or voted for.
by one of the smaller counties of the We do not mean to Intimidate the Uncle Sam's anbtreasury In Wail etoctmi of officera of th. Crlm.nal t..rt

t" state art declaring la favor of prohibition I Governor or that he would attempt street contains 2.000 tons of silver pnrpone Record at I the kends prinurlee raaprctfallj to b* held.nbmit for 4. Each coupon printed In the Daily or Weekly Metropolis _j

I intimidation to that end. but it follows dollar and 2SO toes of gold Thl.I. nan a* candidate for Jedreof the I* good for one vote tar any regularly nominated candidate.

I that Governor Broward la a a tonnage ratio of 8 to 1, which Court of of acmt Record practice brlwrmr in the that Courts my Special boUota will be furnlahjd on an subscription received at t t

A Mkttgaa man fell dead a few popular man with his co-workers beats 1( to 1. The total amount Sean a rear* mete( la this Jadicial en.IU'1 thla office. I .
and It I natural to that la should emalifr mi for the poalUoe.
t days age while engaged la a poker presume nu.uuu.U.o record u a citiaeBj sad a. a i. Ballot sent to the Metrn* is for a persoa not regularly :
and when the coroner examined he will be a leader among them lathe Conru *f D d* Ooantj, cat speak for lumif. I nominated will be held a
Kane he found tightly clutched next campaign. Thy know his Bluejackets from the Italian warship I eareeetlT solicit the aapport a ail ....... for one week, giving the person ao sending '"
him 1.
citime and If ekKted pMr you a fair ."" the ballot a chance to either nominate.
wishes and It Is reasonable to the he
U the lead ma.'. hand four ace suppose Etruria went ashore In full Impartial ad.la Id ratio* of the law psetasL. person or ate voted
and the kiag of diamonds. That enJ- the majority of them will do force at Camden N. J., and helped l>that Coan. .1 for. or to give to some regularly nominated candidate '
W. L METVALP:
ed the taqneet.Th aa he does. extinguish a fire aad the mayor of Weat Poise Beach, '- C. No employee of the Miami Printing CA. or member ofemployee's .1
That we believe a great deal U Involved -
1 0 Camden made them a hearty speech family will be eligible la the contest
la "administration Influence of thanks If he had been Swetten- Any aucceaafal ...
state has not spared the For City Clerk candidate shall have
press the right to
attention Ueh' of the subordinate ham he would have brayed. name a substitute subject to e..r-
late legislature la calling State officials must have Influence a To The Voter and Fabllc ef Miami: approval la the event such successful candidate la aaabl
bit It had Ita merit, to Bake
to It* faalU. and be a sort of leader la their respective the for
too. It cat out those Infernal little St. Johns county proposes holding I rwpactfallj .._sea .;..l> a candidate trip any reason '.

gambling hell that have been rob- communities.ARE a county fair in November. The Metropolis ability for the sod poaitloa.periotIco of city la aandlinf chirk. Fllar book that act 7. Questions or controversies will be settled by the Miami 1

Woe and ravaging the whole south 1: hope sincerely that tile record are mintial *aaliilcatioaa Wcoaaidf Printing Co. alone aDd la acceptlag: the nomination
: each _
:d a* ta a candidate f IOCM Ikia ca dldato
DOalttoa. -
known bucket time la not far distant when annual
for many years part aa YOU USING EVERY aad with aftora yearaof eaprrirac latkl agrees to accept and abide .by the condition and roles. s"
t shop, where the sucker and his fairs will be held In every county wmrk. 1 fl conndcal that 1 caa aalkfr ,
money were soon parted and where ADVERTISING MEANS ? of the State. They are great advertiser the rotn aad ,.._11e aa to tkln .Wht,. I b... If
b... a stet of Miami tkr** sod oackaltrear """
many a good man haa been lurej to i and will do their Immediate .. maearvr of the wkolraalo ah bow-
ruin by the delusive hope they held A bnalness man can not use all I sections and the state st large Baa of th* Florida Ftnh A ......... Oo. If I 50,000 Votes j
advertising mediums and scheme .Iac'" I proem to bar rea'araMd _*..
out that he could make money without il a good that can be accomplished In
f earning It end cut across Iota When be tries It he la la the position no other way. Here's success to detim awl of*d c.*rol hoar.ia.,npim aad m to..attend etrtctly lo th* 1 Mr. E. B. roughs proprietor' the Ideal Dry

to fortune. Live Oak Democrat of the tippler, who tried to consume I St Johns county's first county fair. Very Rop.ctfutl7' Goods Store ol Fla.
I
Miami has '
Did It really Suppose we ..alt. the entire risible supply of A A. H. ADAMS. purchased from the

t month er two and see what effect liquor In the Interests of temperance. The resignation of Capt. J.Frank I pub Ushers of the Miami Metropolis, fifty thousand

e the HtUe bill bas oa the aforesaid Jandon. aa commander of the Miami For Judge of Criminal Court Record: ((50,000)) votes for the contest now being conducted 'j'o
rambling hells The Journal predict If a marksman tries to use a dOl.D !- Rifle, Company "F", F. S. T., la by
they win continue to run Just guns at once he will stand lean generally regretted. Capt. Jaadon I JneXoftharrimiail BE&EBT ..._ace .Oon,wlf of a candidate Krcord. eab-for the Miami Metropolis to send three Dade Couuty ladles I'to

.a they, have been doing. Penaacola chance of reaching the target than Is one of the best military officers test to the actioa of the Democratic: primary tobe I the Jamestown Exposition. Mr. Douglas will ::
Journal If he used but one, and aimed It I In the state and the Rifles among hM Aa.... "10. Wt.HUTMOa votes for dollar's give ten .
a. SACMDIRS. jr every worth of
The ;journal'* prediction will carefully. : the moat efficient organizations jn Went Palm leach, fla. goods purchased at his ;

come pretty near being correct So me There I* a wide difference between the aerric. winning high honor store and such votes will be received and credited to the '

how or other records: being evidence spending aa advertising appropriation whenever appearing In encampmentor name of the candidate written thereon '
the offeer of the state to and investing It public It la to be hoped Capt. Colic and Dterrboea.Pilnt the same as he ,

whom 1* left the enforcement of the The wise advertiser concentrates Jandon's successor will be tally aa la the stomach colic and regular coupon votes and premiums In the Metropolis.

laws hove a way of doing things to his campaign oa the heat medium In competent and popular In the command diarrhoea are quickly relieved by provided the votes are cast within the the time limit
cult themselves, and that way i* j bin field. He uses other mediumson aa he. and that he will be the use of Chamberlala'a Colic Cholera specified thereon. '
entirely In opposition to the way It. occasion hut he uses them U able to maintain the organization in and Diarrhoea Remedy. For MIAMI PRINTING CO. .

should .... supplementary one It* present high Blinding. sale by Blscayne Drug Co.


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K1UHT wAQUS THE: MIAMI MCTROPUS. FRTDAT.: JTXS 2* 100T. -
PAOB VWffvm .1't
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Condition of Finances of The City CITY COUNCIL of years 1140980.104. 105 and 1908 the sum selling real estate mortgaging sad personal or property otherwise; of NOTICE OF ADMTXI9TRATOR t

The auditor then
goes On aDd explains pledging; or disposing of any of tbe For Flaal -
fully the condition .f each company's real estate or personal Discharge;

The Auditor of the several funds with remarks property as security for any debts IB Court of County Jadg. State of
As Reported by City -r thereto, with various suggestion of tbe corporation; borrowing money Florida.

for future compilation etc. and securing the payment of thesame )a re Estate. of C. B. Crockett Jr.. '

(From Friday' Daily) The finance committee reportedalso In any manner permitted by | Dad County.Notice .
In connection with tbe audi law to private persons; loaning money
Prominent the matter
To Council At Thursday Nights Session. The Amounts i coming before among the city council Ut I tors' report showing that the general on chattel mortgage or real estate I* hereby given; to all whomt
i fund I* overdrawn and reciting security; buying and that
night from the selling and may concern on th* llth
proposition
was a
Still Outstanding and in Hands of Collector and Attor- county; commissioners through that the coat of maintaining the city otherwise dealing In real estate ay of September. A. D. 107. 1

A.Lee Allen commissioner of for the month of June, July. Aunitt. mortgages and secured promissory hall apply to the Honorable A. E: .

of The Finance Committee of Council district to take city Mr'l September and October will notes, stock, bond, debenture orother Keyser.Judge of said Court a* Jade
over a*
ney. Report be about U .000. which be'' securities and other negotiable r>f Probate, for my final discharge
ertl the Avenue D. Bridge a
added to the present Obll .tlon..1 papers.: busing, selling, renting and a* Administratrix of the estate of
ion of the council to pay no moneyto I ,.
The suggestion; ; was nl.dey the Improving real estate for others: B. Crockett, Jr. deceased; and(
The following Is the report of j jclt I I I Less Treat Balance . 82* 94DtfHlt the school fund. and tbe tp-1 i committee that the embarrassment I either on contract or for a commission that at tbe same trine I will presentto
I potntm<"nt of Mr I. B. Padgett, to ;II
ight!; be met by the .laming of emergency to execute and deliver deeds, said court my final accounts aaadministratrix
\ auditor JHuddlettoa on the condition . . . $81 6S fill I the anexplred term of C H.Raoterson I, bonds but that they tan not mortgages, contracts, bonds for title!, of said estate, and
oftbe
of citfc- finance to date with Fine and For Fund deficit 1.194.17 removed asa member rely on funds from that source for agreement!: of sale, releases, _ria- ask for their approval.

all neceftar explanation* certain city council. Matters other j the next tiny: or ninety day*. factions and *n paper necessary to Dated March 28th. A. D. 1(07. i
than these and inter
auggettton, {letc., which the Metropolis Total deficit .v . 11.276.85 I I esting. were numerous MetR Matter carry out the powers of the corporation Agnes McG. Crockett.
I The streets ard Improvement committee ; to plant Improve and cultivate Administratrix.
was prevented! from publishing Treaturtr' balance rr WJUstfm The Bridge Matter' .directed at a previous meetIng any and all kind of citrus and trop- By Hudson *: Bogga

Testeruay afternoon OIl account of : "nt . . .:.liI.(. .* The bridge matter tame up In ft to examine the question of tbe val trees Including pineapple pudm. Attorney .

I1:* length; I I The 1IIIIIntb city account hat communication from Mr. Allen wh I necessity of lowering that sectionof to make, execute and deliver thecompany's 1#!

MiamI Fla., Jon 20. 1107. been charred with all light!: to Jan also appeared In person requesting tbe city north of Sixth street reported promissory note or to BILL FOR DIVORCE
council take over the bridge Inasmuch ranafer or endorse
to. that any promissory
they have examined the
To the Hon Board of Aldermen 1. 1907 You11I note that both '
a* the city bat been unableto j note of the company for the
-
territory In question and find that purpose
Miami. Florida. the general and One and forftttnre
In the Circuit. Court of the Seventh
meet Itt part about ",000 of there have already been erected the of borrowing money or paying o-
OflItJ me.-I beg to submit thefollowing funds are overdrawn and that there the coot of erecting the Mid brldIt ,,,. following house: On Sixth street 11, tbe debts of the corporation; for Judicial Circuit of Florida, la and
statement of the condition :: It no mf'lnf'Y11:3 t Ie for appropriation loaning and Investing for the county of Dade. .
t
until these balance are made was recited that there I* no taw on Fifth street 17: on Foutrh street say money upon -
of the different fund and i securities In Chancery.
accounts requiring the county to build or 43 ; on Third street S3: on Second : upon the corporation
of th* City todite: good maintain this bridge, and In orderto street, 4*. and on First street 14 account and as agent; or trustee for Thomas Williamsvs.
Jlo-
I bee to state that owing to a
Asset settle the matter of Indebtedness house Action on the report wit other persons; for acting I' agent \1

Real Estate). . 'i"{ .$8I(2.: I regard the: amount of the deposited proper distribution with the of etc.. It .was proposed that whatever deferred until tbe next regular trustee assignee or receiver or guar Anna William.

Furniture and Fixtures. 182.41 treasurer by both the collector and proportion of the road tax collected: meeting.Mr. dian for other persons. Bin for Dlvorc

Attorney . 840.07 attorney, and the additional work hereafter by: the county and due 'the J. B. Reilly of the streets Article m. To Anna William, defendant la the

Collector . . . 183.n required to make the necessary correction city shall be appropriated toward and improvement.commltte*, reported The amount of the capital stock above entitled cause: 1 t
Treasurer . . . .-2,584.4) and distribution In order the discharge: of the stated Indebtedness that the committee bad met with shall be Twenty-five Thousand Dol It appearing from the affidavit! of
Bill receivable (L B. Pad- to five the correct balance la the i until the urn tball be fully the board of public works in regardto lars ((125.000.00), divided Into two the said Thomas Williams plain

ett) . . . 'n..00 different fund In the hand of the and completely paid Off the city to the claim of Fred Rutter for a hundred and fifty share of the par : tiff In the foregoing cause that you ;t
Tax sale certificate I have been In take the bridge over a* Its own property balance due him on tbe paving of value of one hundred dollars (1100) are at present In the State of nor'f'

Boars of Public Works 51/11.1::: making treasurer a complete check delayed on tbe At- and operate and maintain the Seventh street, and stated that the each, which shall be payable at the ida but that you are concealing 'jo

Water and fire eqalpaiect 1,055.62 tom Y'* account In connection with same at r'e own expense. Board of Public Work declined: to option of the corporation In cash or yourself and your Identity so that

Saaitary dept equipment 411." the court cot and Interest, la time stated that the taxable pay Mr. Ratter any further money: service or property real or personal service of process can DOt be served {

Fine and for. fund (def.) 1.14.17. to report by thus itatement. property In Miami amounts to also that the committee had looked at a lust valuation to be fixed upon you la this matter sad that '

Owing partly to the delay In getting one million dollar oa which Its proportion over all the work ordered by council by the board of director of this there It BO one la the Stage of Florida ""$' ,
of road tax amount to aev- company at a meeting called for that
1(8,425.70 oar book at the beginning; and found that the board has finished of legal age apoa whom service :
Y fJabOIUesSurplus the work oa the record book la the ea thousand dollar annually and all of the same except llth purpose. could be made that would b* binding -
that the city has never called upon street aad Second and that Article IT.
Gala .. . no....... collector'* office and the Municipal the county for any of this amount street This corporation shall la said caase. t'
they are now working on Third St. routines and
Court Docket and record I* incomplete Therefore under tad pursuant to
General Fund . . U.UO.4CuPUnl
to which Mr. Allen replied the county bare fall to .
The power exercise and
report was accepted.
recommend that. operate the laws of
the dty fund . 4244.24 and I would th* State of Florida, It
willing to this amount Its
wa pass A resolution prevailed making corporate franchise privi
I at least from the prevent Urn 0.; assessments Is hereby ordered that you axe .
Accounts payable H.M. Flag-; over to the city on account of' the against the lege and powers sad Immunities for Me't{
let) . . .. 2,000.00Suspeae rou require these book written up bridge. property owners the term of ninety-nine by required to appear to the bill E
la fall and the record book balanced on 7th and 8th streets between (11) 1ean'rom filed '
. 11.00IIS.42S.7f against you IB the above eaas ,
account .
: Th* question of whether the Jurisdiction Avenue D and Biscayne: Drive for and after the commencementof ;
promptly at the end of each the
OB Monday first day of July A.
of the county commissioner Its
the paving of the said street The corporate exlftenc: '
month. Aad farther, It U absolutely D. 107. the sum being the rule R
to the maintenance of roads, .
aa resolution are lengthy and the Article V.
collection ; assessment
that the of '
There Is aa amount due by th.Boe.r4 necessary ended at the city limit, was raised day said month to answer unto
are made lots
by ranging Th
be deposited with the treasurer each ; business of this
company shall said bill and do sad and
of Public Worfcj, for feed of I and discussed Mr. 3. A. McDonald perform .
from no.tIS to 50.82. Th. be y
resolution
month a* shown by these reooad conducted by a board of three directors
prisoner from No 1. l0 to date, I contending that tt did not. Others provide also that a certificate i abide by the order of our said courtr I IIf'
books to a cent, and not otherwise a president, and
beef credited to the thought the Mm and after secretary Judgment will be readered againstyou '
which bas aot way, '
I of Indebtedness be Issued and treasurer .i:
a* ha been the custom la the past and aay other such by default
Pine aid Forfeiture' Fund above. considerable discussion council! against each of the lots set forth officers if
of ,
agents
order to out the system or employee
rn carry as
Tb sum of $1324.50 due by themto bookkeeping required by the charter decided not to accept the propotl- for the amount of the .assessment from Urn to Urn b* appointed may It Is farther ordered that this '.'\
October 81. 1108. fc4 bees credited and If tbe present ordinance tk>.. and that all of said certificates be elected. : or order be published la the Miami Metropolis j

to Fin a Forfeiters Fa id aDdis governing; the attorney and collector It was expressed after the meeting delivered the Board of Public Work The offices of secretary sad treasurer a newspaper published lathe If

Included IB their balance as shown in this connection do not provide that a satisfactory agreement Mr. J. A. Dana was granted; per In the discretion of th* boardof city of MlamUDe.de county Florida -

hereon. The amount should be for thus. taltablo ordinance eau probably be reached with the mission to make a ten per cent ad- director, may be filled by one and once a week for DOt less than I.t

Touenered to the city from them should be prepared requiring that It county commissioner whereby the dition to his building on llth street. the same person Th. secretary and thirty (II) day*.

and credited General Fund by the be done. Respectfully city will take possession of the A few other matters were disposed directors of this company may be It is farther ordered that a copy of "
treasurer wbea paid, The deficit bridge and the matter U likely to of when the meeting adjonraed. person other than stockholders tkla order be posted at the Courthoar
C. L. Hndaleatoa.
la Fine and Forfeiture Fund October Auditor. com up again at aa early date Those present were F. Wharton, The names of the officers and directors door at the county of Dad "j'

Z1. Uti amounting to tile turn of I Xo School Tax Mosey J. B. Rellly J. C. Tucker T. B. who are to eoadaet the baslaess sad State of Florida and that a copy '
$11.121.. wa charted to general The following the report of the The achoni matter came up by the Cheatham. J. E. Lammas, J. I. of the corporaUoa until those b* seat by man to the said d.fod-F

Faad. city finance committee bowing the finance committee, to whom had Wilson and J. C. Tucker I elected at the first election shall be a+t. Anna Winiaaa. at her last ',\-

I beg t* advise that J have checked condition of Ute general fund to been referred the talk of ascertaining I qualified are. Gaston d* PeufsUhoax. known address IB Palatka Florida

.p and verified the different accounts date: just what amount If any 1* Notice of Final Discharge II president: JB d* HeJoavlIl. secretary Dose and ordered pursuant to law
of the collector sal find annoaen'accounted Miami Fla.. Jan 20.107. due the school fund refuting to I and treasurer and Gastoa d* at Miami Florida Cousty of Dad, \'"

for as shown by Honorable City Council make a report OB the same. this action In the County Judge's; Court Dad I Peufellhoax. Jeaa d* Hedouvlll this first day of Jus. A. D. 107.Gt .

the record books. He baa It hand City of Miami. being Influenced by the announcement County, Florida.In and Alexander Vlgand. shall consti ( Ct Seal) Z. T. Merrltt. ;
BcoUeeted taxes. follows: Gentlemen: You will note .frora that the Trustees of r* Estate of Elizabeth J. Moore, : tute the board Of directors Clerk. ,

Personal 106 Ron .. .. |40 9Personal. the auditor'. report, our general Special Tax*School District No. I. Deceased: The organization and first annual By W. .. Norton D.F. 'I.

10 Ron . 1$50.71Total fund I* pow overdrawn.The .. Miami Intend to bring friendly salt Public notice I* hereby given; thaton meeting. of the stockholders shall b* O. A. WorVey, /
following bllla were prevent for the recovery of the same. Supporting I the 20th day of July A. D. 107. held on the third Monday la July Attorn? for Plaintiff
ed at our last regular meeting that I the undersigned will file his final re- A. D. 107. la i
the action of the finance ] tile city of Miami
. . c 11.57.10 i'J
we can not par committee the following resolution port with the Honorable A. K. Hey- Florida, the principal place of business -
Which corresponds: with; the btlBace Salaries polio dept. OI..1I wa Introduced and passed: er. County Judge of Dade county of said company; and OB same ORDER FOR PUBLICATION ..

standlag against him oa the Aadltor't . . . 17.i "Resolved That the resolution Florida, and ask for his final discharge day each annual meeting of the -
boob U follow: Clerk' bill other items 1'11. It passed Jan 6. 107. providing' that at administrator of said es stockholders thereafter. i. la the Circuit. Court, Seventh Judie-

City . . . ;. .. MM. J Sanitary Department . 111.00 It there was any sum of money do* tate. The officer! and board of director lal Circuit. Dade County, Florida ".,

'., Board of Public Works Hill Councilmen . . .j. 21.00 the school fund that the laid sum be John Sewell. of said corporation shall be electedat IB Chancery

'J' Mayor . . . . I.IS turned over to the trustee of the Administrator the first annual meeting of the City of Miami ..
Total .. ..... p. l.$n.CO Treasurer . . .. . 1.. .. Special School District, when the stockholders and at each annual vs.

June 20 107.HOB. Attorney . . . . 0.00 same wa available be reconsidered ORDER FOR PTBUCATIOXla meeting of Ibo stockholders: thereafter I). N. Small.

Board of Aldermen:r! Physician . . . . IE.00 and that BO um of money will be or If IB any year so regular Foreclosure of Lie*. I .
I find the City Attorney 'has IB Cemetery superintendent .. 25.00 turned over to the trustee from annual meeting for any cause aboald It appearing by affidavit appended ,
%aad the following 'uncoBected U- the laid fund." the Circuit. Court. Seventh Judicial be held they shall be elected at the t* the bill filed la the above stated

ctase. taxes and court costs: Total . .. $1,222.64 This I* practically a den to the Circuit, .Dad County Florida.In next meeting of stockholders: thereafter : cause that D. N. Small the defendant :

104 licenses . .. .. .,i. 121.60 Bill from various firm and trustees, who claim the city Indebted Chancery.City called for that purpose. therein named Is a Boa-rea-

n'.Tu.. ... .1 .. oj.{ II. persons . . .. 'SII.'. to the school fund a turn aggregating of Miami Article Vt. Idedt of the state of Florida aad hla /y
.
f 106 Taxes . . L S75.57 stoat IJ.OOO and which according v* The highest amount of indebted residence I* aakaowa sad that thereIs t

106 Roll court e<* '.l.) 107.17 Total . . . 12.071.11 to atatementa made before Lflll Jackson. ness which the company may at any BO person IB the State of Florida ''jf k
101 Taxes h.. .. i84.4RTotal W* will have practically BO available the Dad County Board of Public Foreclosure of Lien. time subject itself Is one-half or the service of a subpoena upon ". 1
I feuds until our October: licensee Instruction at their last session It appearing by affidavit appendedto the amoant of its then fully paid la whom would bind such defendant;

l . j. .".40'.10 come In. they the trustees, latend to sue for. the bill filed In the above stated capital stock or any surplus thereto. that he Is over the ag* of twenty-
Which correspond with, th* balance The cot of maintaining the city L II. Padgett. O .KIl_ cause that LJllle Jackson, the defendant one yean; it Is therefore ordered t.:

standing against: him OB the for the month of Jane July Aug-; The appointment of Mr. I. B. therein named ta a nonresident Article VTf. that said non-resident defendant be 1
boob sa fellows: set September and October will be Padgett to fill the vacancy ta the of the state of FloriJa..nd her The names and residence of the and is hereby required to appear to

City . . .a.1880,0TBoard ; about 110.000, that 1* to be addedto membership of council caused by residence I* unknown and that there Incorporators of this company and bill of complaint filed IB said r
Public Work . JU. 11 obligations beforewe I* BO person In the State of Florida the amount of capital stock subscribed -
of our prevent the removal of Mr. C. H. Ruler cause OB or before Monday, th* 5th :
the We the service of a subpoena upon for are a* follow: i'i'the ,
have funds In treasury. SOB from the city came np through day of August A. D. 107 otherwise
t Total . . .0. 81.40 !>4 may be able to overcome this cmbarranmtent motion of Mr. J. B. Lnmmn that whom would bind each defendant; 248 Gaston shares.Jean de Peufellhonx. Mlaml.FIa., the allegation of said bill will i
that she It the of twentyone .
According to treasurer' reporth to some extent by issuing Mr. Padgett be named. The motion over age be takes as confessed by said de-
Baa la hand the following aaountt- emergency bond but we.ea. notrely received a second and Mr. Padgett years; it 1* therefore ordered de Hoadevtlle Miami Fla., fendaat.
1 share.
Lighting the city fuel I4JSS.04 on fends from this source forth was unanimously chosen. that said non-resident defendant be It 1* further ordered that this or- m
Alexander
Let unpaid warrants . U'. 'It next sixty or ninety 4.n. The new councilman Is one of Mlanti's aid I I. hereby required to appear to 1 share. Vlgand. Miami Fla., der be published once a week for
the bill of complaint filed la said
Respectfully submitted.J. public spirited citizens, and I* Gaston de eight consecutive week IB the Mtsmi -
Balance . .. 4t. .| 3.1(2.34 E. Lammna expected to fill well and faithfullyhis cause on or before Monday the 5th Peu'e bouJt. (Pest) Metropolis a newspaper ,ab- "
J. de
Leea the following flpflclU: J. I. Wilson.Finance duties. day of August A. D. 107 otherwise Hedouvlll (Seal) In ,
fished said county sad Stat.
the allegation of said bill wI'l A. Vlgaad (Seal) r
$1,111.62DECLAREoiui Committee.
0.. Fund avpaid war.
EBlandBR CemeteryA. State of Florida This Ivth day of May. 1(07. tr
be taken as confessed by said de- :
J. Kolb. superintendent of #
County of Dad. Z. T. Merrltt.Ct >..
:exodus la membership;that It had th* cemetery, reported that practically fendant.It Oa this day personally appeared ( Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
that this order ;
ta further ordered
.1 failed to preserve the Sabbath and all the cleared Iota In the!, cemetery for before me Gaston de Peafellbonx. Bedmond B. Oautler. p;
be published one a week
and that It have been sold and recommended Jean Solicitor for
other holy' obligation; eight consecutive week la the MIami de Hoadeville and Alexander ComplainantORDER ;;:
had materially, failed to meet opposing that council authorise* Vlgand. to me well known as the

TO BE 8 1 A FAILURE I force with any degree of clearing of block M. 24. It. 10. Metropolis In said county a newspaper and State.This published persons described la and who subscribed FOB PUBLICATION 'i-:
victory.To 27, 21 aad 51 In all about on* acre. their names to and executed ;>It.1JI

--l overcome this -Uaatloa h* The superintendent was authorised 30th day of May.. T. Merrltt 107.Z. the foregoing Articles of Incorporation the Circuit. Court. Seventh Judicial .;}

of minister to have the lots a* recommended as and for Articles of Incorporation Circuit Dad County Florida.In "
suggested a new type Court ,
Cot..blll (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit
The Rev. Dr. Polk salaried cleared and put On the market of the Florida Securitiesand "
better educated and higher Chancery.
> Goodson startled hl$ fashionable a Perry'petlUoned'for Redmond B. Gantter, .i
; Mr. C. H. a Land Co.. and did
man and that the service and severally City of Miamivs.
Solicitor for Complainant.
oBgregatioa la Klg Highway to build Iron shed lot
permit an on acknowledge that they executed the
custom of the church be changed; .
Presbyterian Church. Bt Louis, tact 14 14th for the of "
atreet.
to meet the people of the hour. purpose same freely and voluntarily for the 3. T. MUdletoa.
NOTICETo
Sunday when ha declared religion storing gasoline engine The clerk uses and purposes therein expressed.It : ,
to be a failure and denounced society "Th church U a failure," h* de wa Instructed to notify Mr. Perry All Whom it May Concern: witness .whereof I have hereunto Foreclosure of Lies. '
and commercial practice In t'lal"Pd.'batner may be said la that council hat not the to set It appearing by affidavit appendedto : '
power Notice 1* hereby given; that the my hand and official seal this
the the bill filed la the stated
the work of above
regard to
treachaat epigram great grant his request It being I* violation undersigned Intend to apply to His Sib day of Jane. A. D, 107.
"Minister are expected to meet church which has been mighty lathe of the fire limit law. Excellency Napoleon B. Broward (Seal Mabl L. Godsoc. cause that 8. T. MlddVetoa. the defendant 1. t

IS condition with 111 pay" he laid making of our splendid civilisation Mr. M. D. Russell communicatedwith Governor of the State of Florida for Notary Public.W. therein named 1* a aoa-rea-
and without which there Ident of the state of Florida, and hla
"More ministers ate netJ'ear council asking that a committee Letter Patent on the proposed Charter W. Erwin.
than eater the minis la twnty- would be no social foundation and of three be appointed to affiliate hereto annexed. Attorney for Incorporators. residence la unknown and that there .
there will vacant pal- life would be cheap It most be admitted I I. no person la the Stats of Florida ;
'i Ve yean with a general committee In pre This 5th day of June A. D..1I07. ..
plta.- ; that the church of today paring a program for a Fourth of Gaston de Prnfeilhouz. NOTICE TO CREDITORS the service of a subpoena apoa I.
"Tbe chorch ha to preserve and of the past U a failure. July celebration the next meeting J. de Hedoarille. I whom would blad such defendant: 1 I

its InltltnUo and Impress "Present day gambling-anlveraally of which U be held at Ullendorffa A. Vlgand. i la Court of the County Judge.State that he is over tile age of twenty- .

the ___*." prevalent-la one Of the greatest Hall tomorrow Bight at 7:10. The Charter. I of Florida Dade county one yean; it Is therefore ordered

"Old method win |not ,do for the peril to our social Integrity. communication.. accepted and The undersigned; person, Gaston ''In re Estate of Matilda A. )(off.t.To that said non-resident defendant be i

condition of to-day, College students bet ff their aporta, the chair appointed as neb committee de Peufellhoux. Jean de Hedouvlll all creditor, legatee, distribu and I* hereby required to appear to '

"Too maay chsrcq member engage clerk play the races business toes to represent the council Messrs.. and Alexander Vlgand hereby associate tee and all persona having claim the bill of complaint filed la said

la tperta. Tb* theatre 1* an of all class buy stock OB the martin J. I. Wilson J. Q. Crotland andJ. themselves together for the or demand against said estate: cause on or before Monday tile 5th ;

,1' appeal to animalism fad commercial husband play poker and wives C. Tucker. purpose of becoming Incorporatedunder Tou and each of you are hereby day of August A. D. 107 otherwise '4
cambllag Imperils hoar aodal In- play bridge. The nerve-racking anxiety City Auditor C. L. Raddleston the laws of the 9U of Flor notified and required to the allegations of said bin will .

Ucrlt,.." : make tile enure moral aUdegeaerat reported at length; on the condition claim and demand which present any be t.hnZeaee4 by said de- ''.",

; "Savatr IB ."kl and satins *. of th* city fund to date, showingthe ida.The following the proposed charter either of have you or Zendaat. '"
sometimes alt la church aeaU oa the "Christ I* better kaowa to some assets and liabilities to be for the Intended corporation: of you may against the It I I. further ordered that this order II
Sabbath.at .- la tile dusty' din of the dirty factory 1(8.425.70. Arttrl I. estate Matilda A. Moffat. deceased be published one a week for .

..... t* BO woe to $tarva orphans : than to some other, savages la silk The report Is full and completeand The name of the corporation shall late of Dad. meaty Florida to eight consecutive week la th* Miami k;

to endow educational Inatltmtloaa. I and satin who sometimes sanctimoniously shows among other thing that be Florida Securities and Land Co., the undersigned administratrix. of Metropolis, a ....,ape!' pabllthed ..j
Dr. Goodioa who to hoe of the beat tit la the cushioned seats the collector has la band uncollected with principal office at Miami Dade aid estate within two years from In said county and State. ;

knows Preabytertaal ministers lath of the synagogue oa the Sabbath.It personal taxes for the years 105 county, Florida. the date hereof This 4th day of J.... 107. .,
U.Ite41 State, palatal Ht that U useless to legislate; against and 1100 the sum of ".51'1.CO. Article IL Dated Miami FUu. November 20. Z. T. Merrltt.

th* church had aot bees Ibis to great growing evil paler you create which correspond with the balance The general nature of the business A. D. 1100. (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court t'

fore Ita pflartpt upon tile -*-- new desire and holler Impulses, landing against him on the book to be transacted shall be the Jennie A. Broiler By W. E. Norton, D. C.
aid that It Old not eatorce Its rules; Danger for the things that are The city attorney ha In hand uncollected buying aelllng. renting leasing and administratrix of the estate of W. E. Norton

that It was expert ndas a grave righteous." license and taxes for the otherwise acquiring and disposing of Matilda A. Moffat. deceased. Solicitor for Complaisant
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HUTSON B. SAUNDERS Caught Suspected



, IS OUT FOR JUDGE Escaped Convict t''


Great Inducements Saturday and Men.Btf

Police Picked rp Elijah Field Belayed .

; Of Crlmls*! Owrt e/ Rf'f'f1I'dWpl to Have Escaped from the

KBOWB Attorney ofle t Palm State Prison Camp While Scrrlag Reduction in White Store closes Thurs., July 4-National HolidayE.B.Douglas A BIt Reduction In Fine

Beach Make Public His Political Skirts.
Term for Mam>U ghter. 2.50 skirts $1.48 Hand Made Waists

Anpiratioa
. A lot of white linen* skirts
(From Wednesday's Dally.) Now U your time to bay a
. Just received; these skirts are
. A young negro man, giving big In various styles and are well hand made ahirt wrist at Jut
I Ella Fields, was arrestedthis exactly half the original ambling
name III worth $2 SO; to clean them
Mr Hntson B Saunders of West morning by Policeman Williamson price; we only have a few .
I np at once we throw them out
Palm Beach, one of the ablest lawyers on a charge of embezzling f 1 SO at. . . .. .11.4S 310-312 Twelfth Street. Telephone No. 53 left to select from, so be .s f'
In the Count*, toJay makes In money from aonther negro, ant hand earl, Saturday and Mon. ..
public his announcement or candidacy in the municipal court be was order- (
for recommendation In the the authorities -
ed turned overto county
forth com In 8 primary to appointment to be tried. Prices here }
s as Judge of the .criminal court of Later, however, It developed that Saturday and Monday will
j record In and for Dade county. Field ls very lively. one Frank
With Mr, Sfaunders In the race Jackson, who .was sent up for two .
there become four candidate for year fmm Columbia county on a make big business---Come and V
the judicial plum, all of whom will I charge of manslaughter, but who see bargains
t conduct a vlgorou and thorough escaped from the State prison campat
: campaign among the elector of the Carrabelle, May list and for
on
'I county I whose capture a reward of 1100 Is Goods of highest grades, of newest styles, are marked at prices so greatly -
i Mr Suander It not only a man offered

of ability and well outlined to fin. Field tallies In every particulareven below those prevailing elsewhere, that it will pay you to buy them now '
and creditably.but
: the office> honorably I to the scan about the leg and j
1..' one In whom the public can arms, with the description of Jackson and lay them for future needs Best of
away offerings Sat. &
, place Implicit confidence of presiding sent out by the State prison authorities season, Mon.
.. fairly and honestly and giving: He denies positively that IV
; every man and every issue the Justice he Is the man wanted sad says he
't he conscientiouslybelieves U I, has never been to Carrabelle Marshal '
a due them. He will at one begin Hardee will hold him for a Millinery in Exquisite Taste
hIs caoTU. I further Investigation as be believe .
.
," -- Field Is the party wanted by the ,
, MAT BRI5G BRIDE TO I I'i prison authorities.

-THE MAGIC CITY I I DEPUTY MTKRV180R We believe our display of millinery is more representative here than


:t( Jefferson Cloudy B.Club Arnold leader member of the of 25th the OF REGISTRATION elsewhere. We are showing the latest in traveling and street hats and theyare

# Ward Good Government Club and The county registration books for
';J I attorney for the United Railway the purpose of registering electorsto moderately priced for Saturday and Monday. We never ask an extra

't' Company. bus surrendered to Dn vote In the primary for nominating -
Cupid. On June It he will marry officers of the new criminal courtof figure for a hat that is exceptionally stylish or beautiful; our millinery is as
Mia Cora Connect, slrter of Wm. record In Dade county, will be ,

.y p;, C.secretary.Mr.' Connett.. Mayor Well'a private the opened county in next all of Tuesday the precincts June ZStb of, good as millinery can be and is priced as low as can be. : >;

... Arnold has Imparted the secret aDd closed on Monday. July 22. A visit to this department these two will
only to a few dolt friend The The following\ deputy registration during days convince you
wedding win take place In St. Joseph officer have been appointed by Supervisor .
t .where ,the bride's parent re- J. C. BI rte1I1 a.. .n the ,jjt

j-, side.While delving Into the myteriesof several Precinct precincts No. 1 of Btnart the county, George: At98c Special prices in Womens Ready-to :1 98c

Parks. j
I Blaekrtone at the SL Louis Law 25
. Con- Precinct No. t -West Jupiter F. 72 inch doable face satin ex. folding screens I
Mr

f," aett.and School)lr.They Mr.Arnold became Arnold west met rood to lire friend at the, Kilrblng Precinct No 3-. West Palm Beach daa.aak.Napkins value to match 1.25 Wear Dept.t Sat t and Monday ilkaline frame, vaL filled 1.50 firm F

-- Frank Sheen.Precinct
Coenett borne No. 4015 DelmarBoulevard t
; where Elsa Connett was No. 4- Boynton Jesse At39cSnesine At

keeping White the house attachment for her between brother theyoung Dougherty.Precinct No. 5- Delra,. II. J. ladies $4.50 t to $5.00 Wash Suits !Tit

pp lawyers has not waned, a Sterling. Silk, in all colors, All standard article; :
; .....rat..aa distinct attachment Precinct No. I- Pompano J.W. actual value SOc Waists $2.98 KM sad g sort waist HsJta, .t.4ft value 25 .eatsLott
Umstesd.
yy; sprung up between. :3Cr.: Arnold andMip Precinct No. 1- Fort LauderdaleWaiter The biggest salt vain ever offered.They .
Coanett. Hence the erect ort Marshal.Precinct At25cLadies are made of pare linen andseveral
Jude 24.The I Sheer eWhtte Law and Lingerie AtlOcRibbons 1 '
No. 8- OJns. J. W. pretty styles to select from ,
Rev.., Dr Arnold of Frank I re black Lisle II OM. waists ban lsomely trimmed in S days sale price . .. .$.....* I],
fort Ky.. fatter of\jMi. AriwH.wtlgive : I German val lace and Insertion. '
Preclnt No. t- Lemon City E. doable heel and toe -foh line of colors {
the couple hi* pare"*tri bleul=g : Long and abort sleeves; oar revalue all
F. MoffatPrecinct 3 for $1.00 valne 15c
aid ular $4.SO and $S.00seller*; silk to
and also pronounce'ta n- man
\\.i. No. 10 Miami. R. O. : cents
Misses
Wash Sailor
Suits
wife.St.. Louis Globe-Democrat. Watson. i two days sale price.$2.05 "a.
,; Mr. Arnold! I* a brother of Mr At 12c .
Precinct No. 11-Coooanut
. Margaret Arnold Groom of this Alf Peacock. Gro"1. a ...1I5n._ it** /

s city, and will probably bring his Precinct No. IS- Cutler. A. T. One case extra fine; Dress Ladies $5.50 Waists 3.98 lllsses White and Colored Sailor At98cWhite 'it
}: bride to Miami OB their wedding Duval. Ginghams, worth. 15c Sulla, neatly piped aad trimmed
trip. It sill be Mr. Arnold Ant Precinct No. 11-Naranja. George I' li| solid colors; sold for 1C.75. a* Swiss and Kaotinr- i
JYkt visit here. Moo47 Lot 2 a leader for Saturday aid Jfonday ham lace curtains, ;.

Precinct No. 14- Deerfleld J. At I IOc Waist beautifully trimmed In open .. .. . . .".11 vain LSO '
!' ROGKRO-BROW* F. Saxon. panels of embroidery and cluster: J.
, : Precinct No. 15- DaD I., A. C. 25 dozen rood heavy fnnjed of pin tucks, long sleeves open ;
; P'toaer:::;;'
Icily Frost. buck towels, value Bath '
down front, sold regular for Robes4.OO At t 1 Ilk
l:: This morning at the Church of All transfers from one precinct to 12 1-2 cents $1.SO; Sat. and Monday. .93.M j'.
the Holy Name, tn the presence of a another must be made direct to J. value $2.10
. few relatives sad friends. Reverend C. Bartl! ... supervisor of regis Ladies French ribbed vests t.
I lather Kennedy officiating Mia tration. Larklas. i'lLP.UUUSH8PARIOUN At 12 yards for $1 I We will offer one lot .f ladles with tape l In arm and f
Amhrosina Eogero. youngest daughter 75c Wars 48c Bath Robes that sold regular for neck value 15c ::
of Mr. and Mnu r. B. Rogera.of One case of rood heavy $4.00.. Just as a leader for this .i
1" Hallandafc. and alr.Edgar Thomas : soft Smith bleaching Lot 8 two day sale, special..t'lpA:
-a" Brown. Of 8L Augustine .....re'f. The leading social event' next value lOc a yd Ladies black and white check At 14c
married week will bo the wedding of Mr. .
,
waists neatly made and worth
.t The bride, .wearing a dainty gown. Wm. Allen Parriah. and Miss Erie double the price, but will sell as White Serge Skirts :i
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will At 14c inch extra quality white : "
of whit chiffon laoa trimmed andUrge Bparkman. which occur at the long as they last for two. days file .
Ii. a plctire hat of white enteredthe First Methodist Church Tuesday a. White Whorl Serge Kkirte N.rt linen, value l4c .
): church .leaaisgon,, the arm oft evening at 7 o'clock. No Invitation Solid colored Pique rood .
You cant afford to let tM Bar-
:! her father Preceding them was the have been lend but all the quality value 2Sc Other attractive models at 18 cents
.. maid of honor Miss Kittle Rogero, Tampa friends of this popular young $1.U; $1..ts and $1.40.Traveling they gala are pass of without white wool Investigating serge with; At 12 | ..2cCrach i
the bride, who wore a lace couple will be cordially welcomed to
::mel black pin stripes. You dan select
". frock of white. dotted Swiss the ceremonies at the church. The
At 2Jc ,I r
from the lot for two days, soeclalat Suitinr, all colon, ;
white hat blue trimming bridal will be formed .
and with of Miss
party
a the chancel Luto Hawklas Coats .. . . ... .$4.11 value 25 cents ;'
J .jI They were net at -. maid of hoaorJilBses 36 inch Linen Suiting all to>.
by the rootn with his best man. CUrtosle Carrathers.Loatse Spark- few
.r s colors, value 40c Only a traveling coats leftNow
'r Mr B. Plakham. of,St. Augustine; man. Eva Glddea and Cuthbert If you are going away ; 1
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dad standing. before Father Kennedy Spsrkman. bridesmaids, little Misses want a nice traveling coat for earLadies Bathing SuitsFor At 48c a dozen <
': were united for life. Catherine Parker and Elisabeth
I At 1 IOc ly fall wear you could not have a
f t" Leaving the church, the bridals Spark man, flower girls, Messrs. Jss. better chance than now to get ODe Saturday and Monday .we are 25 dozen hemmed napkins J
party entered carriages and weredriven Clark Steve Sparkman, )I. J. Miller -
We have marked them almost at going to offer entire line rood quality vaL <5c ,
home bride att and Frank White India Linon, good you our "
to the ,of the Dorsey, groomsmen,
i half price; they from 18.48 of
range bathing suits
In and Mr. Lalnhart, quality value 15c at extra special
Aaltandaie.'wher ai! reception of West Palm
up. These prices are only good prices for these two day at II.>8. .1
t 1. their honor was held, Mr. and Mrs. I Beach, best< man. The bride will be
Brown wilt leave OS the evening I given away by ber brother Mr.Byrd for Saturday aqd Monday I U.ta, aad $2.11. Worth double. At t i I9c ,

L\ train for 81 Augustine where the Sparkmaa. The church will be beautifully At 49c \ room has a eoey home fitted np for decorated la pale blue and White figured madras, a I
occupancy. Their friend at this white the flowers used being blue 36 inch white wash habntai food quality, actual Ib
Sal d Ii
I for Sat t and Mon
place and elsewhere (wish tar them hydrangea After the wedding the silk firm quality. eon ermos n value 35c
t" a lone life 6t happiness. young couple win leave for 'West Value 75c ;
Palm Beach, the home of the groomwhere Extra special efforts for two days to present values ..4.

'r" YOORHEES-SlnTU News. they will reside. Tampa 12 of matchless spedals at 69c, 89c, 98c, $1.19 and $1.49 At UcBeautiful .s

Z Last night the presence of onlya At I l-2c

few friends and relatives, at the SEWS NOTES FROM printed lawn* .
.t home of th* bride's brother, Mr. W. BVBT DEERF1ELDDeerfleld. Ten pieces FigureS White Remnants to go at ball Childrens and Misses and batist. ,,&llIeSc '
L. Miller on Bay street Miss Best! Pique value 19cFREE
:, F. Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fla. Juno 14 Mr.
'r 1..., 6.E.Smith, of Tarpon Springs, was William Ashley and a company of price during this sale Summer Dresses -.
united In marriage to Mr. Charles hunters have returned from a sue At I8c
; C. Voorheea. of Homestead cental hunting trip in the Ever- We will sell all remnants at half Just received a full line of children -

i'l; Mr. Voorhees Is a native of New gades. where they have been for j; t price for Sat. and Mon. W* have and misses. summer dresses 27 inch brown linen aDd extra -
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> Jersey, and about n Tear ago came several days. la white and colors' and we are quality value 2Sc ,
:;. to Homestead where be met the Mr. George L.. Macdonald of Miami gone through our entire stock: are going to offer them at exceptional __ ___ __ "I
yoaag school teacher. Mine Smith. was la town last week endeavoring .
and cleaned out all small lengths Jew prices) for Sat and
'w' and their aoqualstasce ripened Into to strsnghten out the land Mou. These values are cheaper ,.,
romance, resulting in their marriage question and PUt the people where and we are going to offer them to :
; than It would cost to have them
.a last _laC. Mt. and Mrs Voor- they justly belong. We win five! doublethe you at just halt price for this sale msde. They come la all .1.... SpecialOffer
hees will make their home at Home- Last Friday night a party went!
l. stead. to the beach for a turtle hunt and amount of votes

,: i Lti.twoer. PHewis. : succeeded Mrs. F. la H.turning McCoUou one monster.. with her for Miami Metropolis Chfldrens MasMDrawers; Extra Special I .
son and sister Miss Ethel Mock
: There are many people who have
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sad Chamberlain's Colic Cholera spat Saturday In Miami.Mr. Jamestown voting conWe will sell children 1ft...... Ladle* cns Mt covers neatly made
', dad Diarrhoea Remedy]: with E. A. Thomas, one of the test for Saturday and drawers Saturday sad MosMUy a.d trimmed with lace sad es.- ti .
t results, but who are unknown be-I prominent badness men of Deer- cheaper than you cast afford to broMrry; Me ".....1.r 3 day -Mr
I cause they have hesitated about Held made a business trip to Miami Monday that Is we make them. LlrnH six to a csuitomen f
lag a testimonial of their on Friday of last week. ,
e, for publication. These people, how- Mr. E. E. Grimes, of Cocoa, representative will five 20 votes For Two dip we wffl
*,' over are nerve the toss friends of of Vaa Deman A Co., of you offer: months subscription
this remedy. They have done much Jacksonville was one of the business with each $1 CORSETS '
purchase
to the
1 toward making It a household word visitors to Deerfleld this week.. de- ;
".. v hy their personal recommendation Armour A Co., hy their representative or 200 votes with each We are going to clean out our corset department of all rifjner for only ZSc. M
to friends and neighbors.l Its U a Mr. Moore, was la town
,.. good medicine to hay tn the tome Saturday soliciting orders.Mr. five dollar odd lots, so in to do so we will sell that Be' sore aad tike ad- ,

:PI t sad ts widely known for Its euros Gibson, who has bees putting purchase. sold as high as $band $1.50 for this two days sale at 50c fUtlte of tlds offer.T. --:
of diarrheas and all forms of bowel ap a new motor for 3. F. Baxon A "'.
trouble. For sale hy 'laU druggists Co.. of this place ban completed the
I and Biscay Drug Cov| work and returned to Miami. 'J


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Vs ; KETTLEH-BCRKHARDT PARHIFH-PARKMJ T -- A RECEPTION. ::r

The wedding of Mr. Carl Kettler, I The Tampa Tribune, of yesterday

Jr. to MI.. Maud Stewart Bark- morning contains the following account (From

I* C Ilcrpollalllcwft JJlofcsA Hardt Palm Beachwns a popular consummated couple of Tuesday Weft of the marriage Tuesday evening .. tA
ening condition
night In Holy Trinity Church.in I In that city or Mr. Allan Par- evening about
that city the marriage ceremony rI.Jof West Palm Beach to 'Miss gathered at
being conducted by tbe Rev N. B. Erie Sparkman, one of Tampa's Mrs. Herman
Fuller, of Miami. 'I most popular young/ women: I II the return of r
C Frost, of >-nla. was a Business Miss Aubrey Bostlck baa accepted The church, which tae beautifully I "As an evidence of their friendship ber from school.Thus
visitor In the city today.Mr a position at the Racket store. I decorated with flowers and eversreens. and esteem, a large number of social ; 1
was Oiled with friends of I people braved the rain and weather League uDder I
AN. Ma vlck left Monday Miss Mattle Osborne left Saturday the young people at an early hour. lad evening to attend the weddingof W. F. )Miller ,
morning for Ja ..aoavUle StAng night: for her home In Nashville every seat being taken and many I Miss Brie 8parkman and Mr. Allan I I. all the while \
uattae and Palatl Tenn. people standing la the rear. Parrlih, which took place at 7 and lad night
At five minutes to eight, the or- o'clock last evening. Blue h>dran- ng program
Mrs James Gorla and children Miss Cynthia Heth and her brother gan pealed forth and a few minutes gas: and smllax canted: out the the musical
will leave the fir: ot next week toIn Mr Leon Heth will leave about later the relatives of the contract- I pretty color scheme of blue and tram were two
spend the summe Kentucky.vM July 1. for their home la Michigan. lag parties took their seats before ; green Music was furnished by Mra tal due!. by
the chanceL At the appointed I Ed. Hart. Miss Kreher and Miss Marion Mr. David
,* Mr and MrsTTI emu Hearst will Mrs John D. Godman* contemplating hour. Rev. N. B. Fuller took place McKay, which entertained the vocal solo by )
leave In a lev* d TS to spend the a visit soon to the Carolina, before the altar and the bride leanIng I wedding truest prior to the arrivalof Eva Shlsler. I''
summer In Tennessee to be gone all summer. on the arm of her father came I the bridal party. The brld_ During tbe .
down the main aisle to the chancel, maids and groomsmen entered down mirth
+ Mr John Grab left Sunday Mrs. Arthur Dargan. who baa advancing before the rector, they I j the tide allsles and after crowing before ed. one of '
Light for Ja iCksoiMlle, to b* away rooms at Mrs Qodmaa'a will leave were met by Mr Kettler and the the chancel, they: took their po- calling forth
three of four wee s.r about the Brat of July for Alabama. full Episcopal marriage service was iltloni within the chancel rail. First the forfeits ,1
performed.Tbe came Miss Cuthbert Sparkman and dining room
Mrs W I. Hnfrstetler ef Palm Mine Prichard of Key West arrived bride was beautifully dressed Mr. Steve Sparkman. Miss Louise were at the
Beach la In the d y pending a few on the last steamer to make a la white silk princess gown, trimmed Sparkman and Mr. Frank Doreey, throughout the
days with her ha bud at the Mc- visit to her sister, Mrs. Tom Duck- with lace and wore a lovely picture Miss Eva Olddeni and Mr. James oughly ,
Lendoa'a oa the ierard. ett. on Biscayne Avenue. hat she carried In her handsa Clarke. Miss Christie Carutbert and ;
large bouquet of bride roses. Mr. M. J. Miller. There came the A PRETTY ) "
Dr P T Shag! who was cone Mrs. E .B. Leatherman leaves on After the service was over in the two little pillow bearers James \ :
fined to hi* bed vrral days laat Saturday for Washington D. C.. to church, the Immediate family and Sparkman and Harold Porterfleld,
week, Is sufficient improved to beep visit her daughter residing In that friends of the contracting parties retired carrying white latin cushions on The marriage "
sad about agjM a. dt,.. to the home of the bride's par- which were the large gilt letters 8. FIeld. Jr.. of .
k ents. Mr. and Mrs. L.W.Burllbar4t.. P. The maid of honor. Miss Lute Benjamin P. \
Dr Gileaple En >e, after seeing Mr. John A. Gardner baa accepted where a wedding supper awe served. Hawklni. entered down the renter a poetJnrentor'
his family amt tabty settled at a position connected with the The host of friends of the young lilac and was followed by the little citizen, and ) 4
Blue Ridge Oa.. ha returned to engineering dpartment of the F.E.C. people were profuse la their wishes flower girls Elisabeth Sparkmaa Conklla. of
resume his dental work. Railway at Bahia Honda.Dr. for their future happiness.CALLETCONKLIN. and Kathleen Parker. They scattered nlxed Thursday
flower petals in the path of Around the
Mra. S. V R.dangthers Carpenter and Halos left last night to rejoin the brIJe. who entered with her Coreeron .,
have a to the moan- hla family at Blue Ridge, Oa, where brother. Mr. Byrd Spartraan At the The only I jr
tains of North C irollna to spend he was called on account or the serious A quiet wedding took place Tuesday altar they were met by Dr. Walker the bride lad Citr.'i'
s the summer. Illness of his youngest child. afternoon when Mr. Clarence the officiating clergyman, Mr Par- Rogers, Mr.
CaJley was united In marriage to rtsh and hi. best man. Mr. Spencer Marlon Roger
Mrs. Wm. )(. B wn Mir* Louise W. A. Filer chairman of the Miss Ada Conklln by the lW".HeDry Lalnhart, of West Palm Beach The will take up : ,
Brown and Mr. ark Brown left Dade County Democratic Executive Hie*. The Immediate family of Miss bride is of a pretty brunette type 161 Clifton ''
t Saturday for New Hartford Coon, Committee was a business visitor In Conklln and Rev. Henry Hie and and the snowy wedding dress of Around tbe .I
to spend the su jf.retimed. the.city Monday. wife assembled at the home of the chiffon over taffeta, the long veil en the usual -'j
young couple on Fern street whereat and the wreath of white forget-me- grandfather :,
Miss Joe Clancy Satur- Visa Myrtle Wllllard returned to are o'clock la the afternoon, the nots In her hair were most becoming were "
day oa the dame Miami from Ha- her home at Rockdale On Hondas' marriage ceremony was performed. to her. The bridesmaids wore dainty panlona relation for \. ,
vana where she s been.for. see- after a visit of several days with The parlor where the marriage dresses of white mousellne and ,
death of Mr.
eel weeks. friends In town.Prof took place was handsomely decor- lace with white wreaths in the hair
i. ated with meet and ferns. After the and carried white carnations. Miss ago.Mrs. Field Is I' +.
k' Mr and Mrs J W. Warner, ot Ambrose Leo Subtle, of ceremony had been per formed.a supper Hawkins was beautiful In an embroidered \ J'\
lady of the
Riverside, left & irony night for De S the suburbs of A ante Ga. where day in the Interest of Stetson Uni the bride gowned In her handsome blue forget-me-nots as a finishing
retaining
+ they will upend 1or e coming month Yer.JI1111.. here Prof. Suhrle wedding dress of white, being given I touch. )fro sod Mrs. Parrish lefton now holding a otI
L six weeks. Is the guest of March Villa. the teat of honor. the f o'clock train for West with the Long
tiii+ )lr. Galley is the cashier of the Palm Beach, where they will reside In this city at I
Mr. and Mrs. yatl. and their I The prevailing bad weather has freight department of the Florida this being the home ot the groom. Flatbnsh ,CI
t dasg ters, Misses Ethel. Irma and I caused a suspension of practically East Coast Railway of this city and I The briJe'a traveling suit was a Dally Times I !\
o, Ulllsn. will leave a a few days for all\ building operations about the hiss Conklla Is a young lady who stylish green Toll..wit h all the pretty Miss Coaklln
A, their home In then north, stopping city and suburbs, and put a general Is esteemed by all her many friends accessories to harmonlie." of Mr. Sidney :
f route at James wh. damper on all lines of business. Tropical Sun.BRO11WlLKI. Conklln ot 1'.l

Cameron, who
CELEBRATED
FIFTH BIRTHDAYIt
Grace, the titan daughter *f DrElloe. Mrs. Joseph G. Saielby Is Improving SO riag "

j and Mrs. GIHeap died at rapidly from her recent Illness (From Thursday's Dally) nected with th tl
Blue Ridge. Oa.. leaday night af- Last Sunday me was able to Jit an early hour yesterday mornIng being his. fifth birthday, Tuesday the Episcopal Q
tee a short Illnei The child's re- sit up several hours, and la a few at Hypolaxo. In the northern afternoon.Master George Phelps trict and but
mains will b* t nome for laCoun. days her friends hope to see her part of the county Mr. James M. entertained some of his little playmates York to the 11
tenneat. out. and friend at his parents' .-
Brown and Miss Harriet I. Wilkinson figuration ;
---=- home on ISth street. Assisting. .
daughter ot Mr. H. H. Wilkinson Little Church s
Mr. Harry M. M the aaslst- Mir Anna Kathlya Braley.daugb-. a well knows eitixen of that Master George entertain were his the coal of '
act cashier of th First National ter of Mrs. Marlon Bratt,. la ex- place were Joined la marriage, and mother and Ii.ter. and two of their :'.
Bank, la under than < weather, suffer- ported to arrive aext Tuesday from left on the morning train for Denver friends. Mra. Wm. H. Mclntyr aad .\ I vl
,,' lag with attack of 'ever. H* wine Key West where she has been attending Cot. where they will spend the Mrs. Scheffel Wright I n
b* at his post at bank however school at tbe Convent of summer. Miss Wilkinson Is the sister Game with Iota of fan and life Mr. William \
f* la a Jay or two. Mary, the Immaculate. of Mrs Eugene Dimick jof West In them were played. The little Laura Johnson ( '
popular +
folks plentifully served with young
Palm Beach and baa many friendsIn were I
{I Mr. W. J. Bibom -n ltas returned Col. C. M. Blngham. F. 8. T..and Miami who wish for her all the delicious sandwiches lemonade. were united la ls
after aa i eno of several Mr. H. O. Thompson both of Daytona success of married life The groom cake a>d Ice cream; and their little day night at 1/
week la the nortv and west, Tlalt. were passengers tearing for la one of Hypolaxo' prosperousplanters. hearts made happy by receiving church that .;
tag relative aid I ends. Mr.Browa Havana this morning on the steamer pretty little favor filled with Clad,.. Only the 1
is one of Miami'. well konwn and Miami. Cot Biagham goes for rest Th* following little guest wr contracting J .,;.
,' successful plumb* cad recreation Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. K.: W. J. Parrtsb. of West present to wish Master George many known In : : : a. ,
happy returns of the day: Helen ,
\ Dr. and Mrs J. N. MaeOoalgl. Mr. W. J'Killer, Mrs Carrie Palm Beach, was a guest of Mr. and Jackson Annie Lester Patterson. in the Island ,;,
} who left her s day ago for Schaefer Mrs. Marlon Braley. Miss Mrs. W. J. Cattier on Avenue C Helen Whltten. Elisabeth Lammus.

*t the north to spend h* ummer.atoB- Herberta Perry and Mr. Byron Laa- Sunday. Marion Braanlng Catherine Budge, I {
ped off at St Au itla* for a abort ester spent several hours very Orla Rhodes. Edith Walton Francis
visit to Meads, b t: rruned their pleasantly Sunday on the bay notwithstanding Money to loan on aaprwr' nupertj. Walton George Whltten, Irwin Boats For Sale I r
f Journey from thei yesterday morn the fact that It rained Q. 8. Amadesj. Coeoaaut Grove, Rhodes Scheffel Wright Jack Sew-

tag. and was quit blustery.On .U and Crosier 8ewen.I Y.
1 The many friends of Joeab Wine-
} Mr. and Mrs. i D. Gtrtman Sunday morning at ,tie First low of Coeoannt Grove, who broke I
arrived her Sat day night On M. B. Church Rev. Ellis Rader his shoulder ,last week will be glad Auxiliary Schooner "Roy" 25 h. p, engine, length 38 k
\'the fifth ot JD a at Americas, presiding elder.< will preach It being to learn that he Is doing nicely. For SaleThe ft., breadth 13 feet depth 4 feet. 8 tons net
Oeorgia. Mr. Glrtm a and Mia Kate quarterly conference In the The accident: occured by Dr. Winslow -
Horn were married and have been evening the members of the W. C. colliding with a post white finest and most desirable (0 Auxiliary Schooner "Nellie" 20 h. p. erglne, length '
? ,alnce then spendl lose weeks laot T. U. will attend la a body and ring hi* blcycl acre* south of Miami. Both prairie 50 feet breadth 13 feet depth 3 feet. 10 tons net'+
various sumner north Rev. Porter will preach a temperance lid pine land; first class for fruit
Georgia and North Carolina.U sermon. KOTICK aid vegetables. Railroad aiding and! Schooner "Roamer" Length 62 feet breadth 18 feet i,

The annual meeting of the stockholders school house on premises. Call on depth 5 feet 22 tons net
v )(r. W.. F Mil prepartag to Governor Broward yesterday appointed of the firm of Stranahan A. L .Chandler Cutler, Fla
get away next wee on a cruise toNes J. 8. Maxwell, of Jack Co.. (Inc.) will be held at their office. Schooner "Vigilant" Length 47 feet breadth 12 feet y;
... This week he I* testing his eoa ,IIe. Judge of the Criminal Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Monday, depth 4 feet. 8 tons
net
boat and getting kings la shipshape Court ot Record Duval County, July r. un.W. Old Type Blue Stem
for tills plea at owtlag. The sncci 4tDg S. T. Shaylor. removed O. Berry nil!. Schooner "D. C. Smith," about 4 1-2 tons net
followiag party will accompany Mr. for cause. Judge Maxwell la one Secretary.Mr. .
Miller: Mr. an Mrs. CharlesSchaeffer. of tie leading young lawyers of the 5 Purse Seine Boats. 2 Purse Seines and Fixtures. f

Brows .Mrs. Cam MM.HerberU .. state, and prominent In military Dale Miller, who Is a candidate 5 '
Duke of York Stop Net Boats (old). 2 Sets Stop Neat Gear. (
"E. A c Perry. Mis Perry mattrt. being Colonel of the First for the office of Clerk of the \ s !
sad Mr. Bryan Laateter. Regraent Criminal Court of Record is la town Above property can be seen at Punta Gorda, Fla. '
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calling oa his friends and doing a
Mrs. Alfred St alrAbrams and Mill Nllpptac TPVesbteu little missionary work for his candi
Punta
Gorda
Mis* St CUlr-Abrama aN at '1- Mr Steve RauJersou. of Fort LaudenLite. dacy. )lr. Miller. a man weU Tomato Seed'I Ice & Power Company ;;
i from Miami where they attended la la the city today, and fitted for this office and owing to .
.th. quiet wedding of Miss Slixh. state that quantities of eggplants his great popularity In the county r.rJ.
staler of Mr*. Abrama, to Mr) Tomp- pep,>u-a and other 'vegetables are his friends feel confident of his success .
'klna. Mrs. Abram* was accompanied still being shipped north from that IB securing the appointment be }
upon her return home by her sect... BothwtUhtandlng o.e'ut seeks. In another column will be I I
sister .Mrs. Agnes |511gh Newcomb. i that the season Is over at ,most all found his public announcement aa I
''and her baby girl. Mr*. Newcombwill other places. The product now being candI4ale.-Tropl Sun. Full Cclteft CeUTMi i t FerCataUfaeAfunlaftnaaMes.
remala for some time u the taarketed Is brtaglng better with Husla, Palatial ) AMrm
guest of Mr. and iii,. Abrama. price than at any time during the MAP OF DUE OOCNTY .* DmttM. uaoisn. :t
[ ; Jacksonville Metropolis. seasos.New sMe htee 6.r1.11'N !tra .. CN", ... "
? Send C cents la pomp anj we I ,.y
will mall yon a map of Dade county
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''Expecting City CtwrtevSeveral Beds Co. PmtomVes showing townships sections, villages --------- ----- t
days aajo cay clerk M. mat official postal guide for June sad cities .rallroaJ and rock road 't"
It Kellam. wired the tate aathori- give the names ot four new postof- from Palm Beach to Homestead. .:f
tie at Tallahassee for a copy ot laces recently created la Dade coun Miami Metropolis. Misml..dTa.Delineator. G. c. MATTHAMS Pre. T V MOORE. Sec. "!
the amended Miami day; charter so ty.rta...... of the number Key. Mo- .
that its exact text sad provisions dello and Redlaada. are south of Miami E. P. PORCHER CRUTCHFIELD 6 WOOLFOLK r,;
could be known lid 1 In
receipt while the fourth, Boca Raton,
;of a reply statlag that th* charter la between Miami and West Palm Gen. Agent F. O. B. and in Transit Saks Aft

;;.us now betas typewritten, and a Bead Mall from the local postofflce
.Pijtoopy forwarded him within tile next Is BOW being handled to these plac \1 1I

I! week or tea days.- I es. I Indian River and lake Worth \M

.TetlBf CM Mate Monday afternoon while pushinga already scarce by early fall
Th machinery of the new tar lighter Into the dock at the central 3 monthssubscription very I Growers'
pleat was fired up yesterday and tupplw station at the lower end we believe there will be no genuine Pineapple AssociationWe

th* Mg bolder filled with gaa. Today of O)>per Metacnmble Key, one of seed on the Market and advise buying I

the gas was turned la the mains the tension steamers collided with for your seed now. We refer yon to are prepared to sell your pines F. O. B.. in transit ,
for the of testing the same
purpose the UtUDch Lueile. well known here. Mr. J. T. Wofford Hallandale market or export We are Tour Sale Agents, not specula
for etc. and within the next
leaks ,
jamming It against the dock and
few day th* plant will be ready crushing It to piece Nothing but 25 cents Fla., as to the trueness and auper- a tors. possible.on your fruit or buyers wishing get your fruit aa cheap x

1 t* supply gas for commercial light- the engine can be ""14. The accident iority of our stock. Price subject This Association the
la for the
growers organization
las and heating purpose was unavoidable. to change. Oz. 2bc: V lb. 90 cent., growers' protection and interest The grower ta safeguarded

Brailey-a fertrbxers: are De.best Aetna dynamite sad suppflea for SMITHSBOOKSTORE K pound $1.75; one pound, $150. DT the standing of its officers and agents. Shipping stencils or
stamps and shipping books famished
prar, sal. by S. B. Luamua. Miami. sal ty LumsBn ft ....... by ueneral Agent

Order a ease of soft Jrtika 1eD'nr" I Watch this space for Information as to
you want fertfflaera, coann J. K.Lumoua. .
es shipped to you by Ole MUml Botv- agent for the oU retlabl* J. BOLGIANO & SON results and market conditions1lBt3T t

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Sports-Ball at Fair Building$; at Night-The Programin ,\ .......d.,.....
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t' osa .... oar Wsuaeratd
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Details and Committee. I Y; --:.- boot .,u eve\:
soled a ran
-- I fIttCCMhw -r-rt.d c.....a.,...Y..I .
\tontmrTHE b..ta.t. _&.pe.ln.a.
The lodge and otntr organisationli two members from each of the
tbe city met Saturday night at lodge participating First prlte IS VNiVtftY. 1I
rHendorfTf Hall perfected' the program Second prise It.S STEAMER ST. IUCIE :
and outlined, the arrangements Tug of war. Picked team from
to be made far the Fourth of all the lodges. Price treat at Sey-
July celebration.All bold'*. "
plant were tally discussed, 4. High Jump, open to all. PrUe IS NOW NEARING

., and the program carefully arranged $1 (0.
The celebration will begin with 6. Three-legged race. Price IS. COFFEE PERCOIATORl
i a street parade at I:SO ottock.par- This will conclude the morning COMPLETION t 1
tldpated in by the Haymakers Red e.enta. except that there may be a 1i

Yen Elks, Knights of Pythlaa, Eagle game of baseball.In t Maba the BEST coffee became
the afternoon the boy sports _
': *. Degree of Pocahontas, In carriages i
Carpenter Union Brick will be held as follows: tdhere tt DO boding to bring out the hater taste No! ,
layers' and Plasterers' Union and Sack rare- First prtie U. 60; steam to dsBpeto the aroma
Painter Union the line of marchto second prize, 11.10; third prise Within the next week tbe steamer The'Wveraa? is the 'j
be from the court house on 12th |1'.00. Bt. Lucle. which It will be remembered o.ae...l.k.rs.. eel.QUIQCE way, because tU aoto- ,
r p.o.tre.-
street to Avenue C; north on C to One hundred yards handicap was wrecked during the *eTere t6. tool.. wttds h h Pd"fy the w..ar
is
11th street; east on llth street to First prize II.50; second price. hurricane 'Jsst October off Key I II i..s.q
Arcane B.north on B to 10th street 11 SO.; third prize 11.00. Largo and In which: twenty or more II II The Maws V.i.s.sl' 'r ssVasthq t1em .. psepati..l Sn..d..b... t
east on 10th street to Avenue A; 1 p.m. Baseball Eagles T* Haymakers persons lost their Urea, will hare VII was. ..rD:.. eve peg q clef .i
south on Avenge A to ISth street; and Red Men. been recommlaaioned by the F. E. S
west OB 12th street to Avenue C; 8IOp.m.Ball at Fair building C. Railway Co.. owners and placed 4 S.h h-"- .I'.La Sr soot..d. J..deco. J i..eiq ...uM.i

f south on Arena C to 14th street; participated la by all of the lodge I on a run la the keys
east oa 14th street to Royal Palm and laboring organisation. Admission le/ remains of the old steam d aw.I-ane e.d'Uu'a.-l il..l tsrland tit. MH as.r .
ponds, where Bell sports will beheld to others. SO een ta. bat the hall and part of the machinery !
The commute on arrangements The storm carried away all
CapCJ.F.Jaadofi will be maraahl
of the day the parade to.be held by Jones and W. A. Mitchell. CaP removed by the builder after the
.' II police escort followed by the Fire J. F. Jaadon to chairman of the hall had been raised and brought
men's Baad and behind that themayor general committee and M. D. Russell here.While .
and city official tn carriage.and secretary. the new steamer will resemble 'i
secret mad laboring organiza All members of the lodge are la many ways the old St. Lu-
to In the parade cle. she Is more tions. The following Is the program requested appear
arranged the same to begin at the In uniform at much a* possible compact about her noose and upper
defraying structures and 1* practically a new ,
i. base ball ground Immediately after Personal contributions towards -
the parade: the expenses of the celebration boat out and out.
1. Slippery Dobbins $( pry I can be made to W.A.IIltcbell. The work of rebuilding ha been f.1,)
nader way the past several months,
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and now nothing remains to com- .i
Cocoanut Grove "Rangers" Met And plete it. but a few minor details.
1, The first trial will probably be given

Elected Officers of Their Organization soon during thereafter the present ahe will week take, up and a F. T. BUDGE 1

; regular fleet. run U one of the extension '

.. It 1* likely Capt. Bun B-no.who
Which U New U A Most Flourishing and SttcceMftl eo.4itJo..ot4ce was her master at the time of the
wreck and tragedy will be in command (
: If Ltbnrlam Created. nOM Chosen tad Plan of Orttalxttloa of her.ADOPTED. .
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}t"I From Tuesday's Daily HALF HOLIDAY Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth Street, Miami ;a

Miami Merrhaats Will Clove OBJ

i: The Rangers held a very Interesting which has been given to the rangers Thursdays to Oct. 15 !

', session at Cocoanut Grove on to keep club property on such u
,
not oily officers the presidents mallet which was (From Tuesday's Dally) -- .
i Sunday at which -- --
made by one of the members the
rt t for the Ammer were ejected, but voting box bird cards and so OB. At the' meeting of the Miami Merchant -
Association this afternoon,
oj. plans for future won: mapped oat.l' The summer's work will be .*.
it was unanimously agreed to adopt
The officers those were: voted to the study of all the bird '
the half holiday closings, the same
President-Floyd* CoatsVicePres.George and members hare note books In
beginning OB the first Thursday In
l' Handle which to writ down what they
July and continue every ThursdayOf
Treasurer-Wade Harris learn concerning any bird but especially .1
each week until October ISth.
Librarian Walter Peacock the red bird which to the Griffing'sGrapefruit
Very little opposition wu offered
Committee- Richard club bird.A j
Reception .
1 the plan. The stores will close at i
Roberta prise has been offered by Mr. 12 o'clock noon, and remain closed
House Committee J. Peacock. Kirk Munroe for the best kept book the rest of the day.SCHOOL .
Marcher Coleman and Clements Alaobrooks. and the boys were allowed to name

{.: the pris Th* Ranger's dab color TRUSTEES
4f., The office of librarian has become Is red. la the Fall they will give -
t' necessary as the Rangers hare been bird tableaU and also have a bird
At a meeting of the trustees of
Lt presented'with a set of bird books fair to rats lands to build a dab>>
Special Tax School District No. 2.
tl by Mrs C. B. Crockett. Jr.. for room. The club to limited to membership : and :j
Miami this afternoon o'clockat
their special 11... of twenty-five, but when at 2
Ranger;Walter peacock to to hare they have their club room they hop the office of Judge Heyser and .
aside from the
charge of:these books and memberswill to have a hundred membersMrs. discussing plans of .
apply to hint at his home for Kirk Monroe to secretary of proposed addition to the Miami
t' them daring the summer. IB the the CoeoaBiit Grove Rangers and to school building It wa the sense of

winter, they win be kept OB a shelf mach interested la the developmentof the trustees that they proceed at Orange Trees:1\
In the Cocoaaat Grove library the Rangers. once against the city of Miami to \:1

-. ------ compel It to pay over to them a certain I :
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: amount due the school fnsd,
Mr. Arthur Keller and which the council positively refuses -

Mad Dog Created To that to do.end it wa decided to employ I Planted at the beginning of the summer RAINY SEASON will put on full sea :

sons growth as the trees are perfectly matured after a long of '
Out For City Attorney M. D. Price to represent period rest through

Great Excitement the school interest, and take. the.dry season and will make rapid growth during the remainder of the year. ?
such action as he may deem adflsable .
Clerk In order to secure a collection J
--- of the amount due.
The action of te trustees In employing We Recommend Summer Planting -
( Monday's Daily.)
From )lr. Price I* due to the tart
There was suite a mad dog scar Mr. Arthur Keller one of Miami's tat Judge Heyser and Senator Hudson I
OB Second street yesterday after- well known young men makes his members of that body, and both I and Guarantee Satisfa tion.
noon. and aa a resift there to ODe announcement this afternoon for lawyer, consider that they were not I
canine lea la Miami today. the office of city clerk subject to elected to legally represent the Interests I y

The animal. a common cur the Deomcrstic city primary.Mr of the school district and Our guarantee is worth something$ to tree planters and our prices are reasonable. ;, b
raced about the street barking and .Keller to a member of the that it would not be right for them
snapping at everything la sight IDa grocery firm of J. C. Keller Sons to attemp to do so. Entertainingthis We grow large blocks of the very best varieties of ;

treacled manner. People harriedto and has resided la Miami several belief and feeling It was decided : t
place of safety<< while the more years. He to sober sad reliable and to engage outside counsel. Mr. ;
bolder of several men secured ahotguaa. fully competent of rendering the Price will endeavor to secure a settlement Standard Florida and Seedless Grapefruit, which are brie Ing tbe
I ptttola, H&. and took potshots city good and faithful service If from the city, but In the
at the animal. Some missed elected to the office. event of failure suit will be brought highest prices in .tbe market. Also a fall assortment ol leadIng '" ,
Mr. Keller will be .
their aim entirely, bat finally one opposed b1lr.A.
hot went true, and the animal H. Adam, previously announcedfor The Very Bet Remedy for Dowel Oranges, Lemons, limes and Kumquats always on
paid that ,reward which mast come the office and probably by to all of Its kind sooner or later. several prospective aspirants being band: We bud on Rough Lemon Sour Orange .
The excitement over people emerged mentioned for th. same. .)lr. M. F. Borronghs, an old and ,
once again and t on the most narrow escape DR. JACKSON FOR MAYOR Ind.. says: "I regard Chamberlain'sColic. ,
Gnpfratt and Lias Root. We hare Nurseries
.
Large 0
they baA had.JAM Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedy Kanerie are abaotater
Friends ClraUtlBr a Petition rw.: ss the very best remedy for all of which hare their ad- OB the Red Land of the free frosa White Fly aad a.
.t FACTORY AT CCTLER lag that He Become Candidate bowel trouble I make this statement vantages when planted upon Homestead
after baring used the remedy land to which they are best Country also OB there to ae White Fly la Dade .

e Darned this Morning Wa Owned From IB my family for several yeara I amnf'r "' adapted. We especially recommend high hammock land near h1or St. Lade Counties. ye n
Tuesdays Dally without It." This remedy I* ford and oa high land :
pin
py W. J. Dsagherty Friends of Dr. J. M. Jackson almost sore to be needed before the I" So urthers.::* Roots, take BO risk U buying ear
I near Miami and Lemon City
Jr. are circulating a petition argting : summer Is orcr Why not buy It for adD quality tree. Then to danger la ;
From Sat&rdaya Dally) that he become candidate and % i' of Also on the Indian River near I
a lathe now e prepared for such sn Orange and we take pleasure
The Jelly sad'Jam factory at Cutler forthcoming municipal primary emergency! For sale by BlacayUb la advising our patrons Fort Pierce and are therefore bringing trees from other section
owned and operated by Mr. W. for the office of mayor of Miami. Drug Co. and all drnggtata. who la In position to furnish trees of -he state where ttto
doubt
J. Daugherty, was burned to the and are U.0 the
are
meeting with the most gratifying -
kind of root best adapted to best adapted to different soils dreaded peat to
daylight.The ground this. morning shortly after success.la the ZIT past signatures twenty-four belD'r.eet.ed How to Creak 11} a Cold their PARTICULAR SOIL. and location I distributed. general .

cause of'the!' fir to aWl unknown hours. j
sad the building was sot taaured. The signer are general among It may be a surprise to many To
; There to no cause assignedfor all classes from the most successful : learn that a severe cold can be
the Ire. Work was carried ua and prominent huMan men to two days' time. The Brat symptomsof Griff ing's W* also grow a fin Une of

la the factory yesterday afternoon. the common laborers each and every a cold are a dry loud cough a Fruit aad Or ss r.lal tree ,
profuse watery discharge from the
Bushing 1Kbfto: should one he promising become to a candidate vote for him for nose<< and a thin, white coating on runts, best adapted to South I

Work, to balag rallied rapidly tile office. the tongue. When Chamberlaln'a Pomona NurseriesWholesale Florida which are hllJ" .
oa the .new concrete mixer la the Dr.. Jackson. Miami's cough remedy Is taken every hour '
teralaai yard here, and It to expected foremost and most among substantial on. the first appearance of these scribed la oar large illustrated :
men
S that Ua big machine will He has bees successful la business symptom. It counteracts the effect catalog, mailed free
have been of the cold and restores the systemto
completed and put In and the optnloa to general that he
I, service ;.at Knighfa or Long Key would be equally a healthy condition within a day and Retail Phone 129-E upon application.r .
so u major of laami. -
w 1o
within the next tew weeks or two. For sale by all druggist <
and Btscayn Drug Co.

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.. Must be cast before 5 O'clock July 13 : '1:




ATTORNEYS AT LAW 'Committee at Mr. and Mr*. T. 11. Crawford and going to make a most attractive corner 4 r
Defray Mr \\lggln of It. 1 VOTE 1

Mrs M. A. Finch left Thursdayfor Mr Coats has old his grocery

ERWIN AND JOHNSON Working for Celebration Buffalo N. Y.. to spend the summer i: business to Mr. PeucockMr .

among relatives She will Baruett and family have JAMESTOWN 4
ATTOUttTinCOUKUUH at uw tin meet her husband and daughter I moved to II"Ildl'l!. Fla Mrs Barnett: EXPOSITION BALLOT"Metropolis

WUCTTOt n OAJKZKTetUTwtflk who are enroute from California to will be remembered as Hael! Roberta

:Sinetno Delray. Jane 21- )Jr. Reed A. spend several months In Europe I daughter of Mr aid Mrs - Mr. Henry Heir and family sail Roberts. and at lime,the belle Contest :
msanacs iu{. Klan Builds Bryan. of Fort Lauderdale. spent :t our
Sunday via the Clyde Line from of Cocoanut Grove.Mr. .
part of last week visiting friend In Jacksonville for Brooklyn N. Y.. Ellis of Cocoanut Grove has I r

Del ray. to spend the heated term. gone north for the sutum.'r. "'-

H.ATTORNEY I Mrm. Smith .of Brunswick Mr. George Kosel. left Wednesday MrrasJen Is building not onlya i CONTEST IDITOI-Plnse cast one rote for....________ 1 t

AT LAW. Oa., spent Thursday visiting with for Hemptsead L. I., on a work ptilp but a Iwelllng i"r himself !,
saey business and pleasure trip. on the mater front at his ship I
-V1ua/aale.ot TkL.ca H. J. Sterling Mr. F. Brown several
and other
yard. hU..n..Un....._. _,____ .___ 'j
y Bourr r bl/c.U ouiti.os..1 )lr. R. P. Crownover and twochildren traveling men were recent visitors Mrs George Roberts .peroneJ h.' nm.

.elt 1.1141.6.MIAMI left for their Miami horn here in the Interest ef the houses a very jolly party of young people Who Bu been retu1u1J nominite4 J::

FLORIDA after ten day visiting In Delray. which they represent at a plrulc to Cocoa<< Plum beach
Mn W. V. O'Brlen, of Buena Mrs Henry Brooker left last last Thursdav

GILLESPIE ENLOB, Dentist \"I.ta. was here two day the put Monday for a visit of several weeksIn There is a great deal of work being Date June 28th. 1907
week While here she had two I Jupiter | done at the Florida Vdlrondack 3i

ornczHocuIMA. ; houses placed upon th property recently The copious rains are having floe school by Mr. Charles J. Peacock.
' )!.*.IM P. M.OFTlCe purchased of O. W. Keith effect on the growing crop ana who Is in charge ot the building i

-Tow.SU to M' B.iMUrKJUtPUCa. BMI KouleTu They will set out some pineapple fruit tree and grounds I...
this fall Mr. Otto Froriepe has some very
Miss Hatty Perkins has returned
i
FLORIDA.I
.. MIAMI. Mr. Wesley ThorntoB has built anew fine peaches of the Jewel and Waldo from St. Augustine. were she went :

house and moved Into It this varietiesThe famous Maryland and last January to attend school .

a. FUDWCZ, past week This. la the second house Georgia peach are no better. i The Ladles Aid Society held a I :
Jon Mr. Thornton baa built since shipping The good: roads meeting held at business meeting at the church on
CIVIL ENGINEERAND his< tomato Redlands school house, last Saturday -
crop. Wednesday last There will not be !
SURVEYOR. Mr. J. 8. Sandy baa bought of night: was well attended much another meeting until July 10thMrs. Orange and GraefruitTrecs {

Mary FvfclM far HUM .t L&rp. ParOemlataiMti W. B. Thornton one of the house interest being manifested Mr. J. DeGnlwlle\ Is acting as secretary I
.a1v.at "*-I>tvtdlBC Lards Incn.MIAMI and baa rented It to Mr. T. Igglngton was .te 0-.._r--.... of Fort Basulager. who hat W.lk"'j chairman and Mr. George Kosel
Florence P. Haden.
FLORIDA. there to make preparations treasurer with Messrs Home and Rev Jacoblnslow. and wife I We have for summer planting a good supply .f

to }fr. Walker make Bane a* assistants, ao all subscriptions -
Delray will I of clean well
will Mr. and
occupy Richarl Carney* grown one two year buds ....
be left at either Homesor
a valuable citizen for Delray aa he can j.

H.'P. BRA/WING, will be instrumental In bringing several Buner's store cottage Winslow during is now the In sanmier ch ige of Rev the in all profitable varieties, which we sell at
i
mt t miclrrr other families also to Delray Mr. Frank Wlggln returned Wednesday "
Attatwey .
Congregational church work .trangements closing out prices We
Mr. Walker will plat several acres' from a few days visit at ; guarantee our trees '.1.
** t Attertsa. Mtcthwi. IeGreea: In plneappea this season Lemon City.Personal. not having teen perfected NO WHITE FLY. Send for .
for the return of Mr and Mr*. Catalogue. ..
We Camp State Bern A petition calling for a wet dr dry I
Harris who are greatly loved by
West Palm Beach :: Florida election In Dade county la being the Cocoanut Grove peoi'1 '
circulated and number of signers News Notes
a
Mr. and Mrs 'Jim' Brown had a The Winterhaven Nurseries !
are being obtained The voter of
fine baby boy born to them last
the Delray precinct want the registration -
wee*. Mrs. Brown was Miss Dolly
O. W. MAYNARD From Deerfield I
books open before the election Busy "
Richardson of Cocoanut Grove '
la called This will five a WINTERHAVEN, FLORIDA :
where' she has many friend who
number of the people here a chanceto
congratulate her Mr. and Mrs.
vote who will otherwise be dla- I
barred Deerfleld. June 20- Mr*. A. F. Brown lost their first baby a beautiful <<1

Faber was down from West Palm boy who died last August
Mr. John Marshall wife and ehll-. :
Beach for a visit to her parent Mr. He was named for the Rev Dwight
dren visited Wet Palm Beach this Fred'k. S. Morse
Cameron who was at that time in
JEWELER AND' OPTICIAN. pant week sight-seeing" and 111'S. Saxon thla week and returned I' j
The celebration of Fourth of JnJv to her home on Friday evening I charge of the Episcopal Mission
Perfect Bttlac. easy" wearing < promise to be the bet ever The
a treat oemfurt With our ezten- several committees have all details Mr. Brown, who has been the traveling at The Little Church. Around /Etate I
Ivc apparatus and urge experience now arranged A barbecue dinner salesman for Baker A Holme the Corner," In New York.
there (. mo rueea work. Price reasonable. since Mr. Davis resigned was. hereon ,I Miss Rhoda Kemp I* assisting Mrs.
la one of the feature of the day
W. MTatcbe. Clocks
repair Coats In the .
this week postoiUceStopping
his weekly trip
...w..84 bpectaclea.$ A portion of There will be preaching service, In Offices up stairs Cor. Ave. C and IIta St.
to old friend
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Saxon and see an
and
both morning evening next
for Located Avue t
trade asked on
,
yewr their In with Mrs. J. I the other day the writer found her
,
E. Church son company
D betwwa Win and Uta 8U. Sunday at the Delray M.
hr Pastor Rev C. M. Olailer A F. Baton left for Jacksonville on busy making little baskets out of Miami Dade Co., Florda. i

o. w. MAYNARD'JeWlr large; attendance I* promised for Sunday night and In tend spendinga pine straw. "< both services.Delr.y ( vacation during the summer I Christmas," so she said So, between -

.*..__ Owlet** baa the promise of a resident months In the northern part of the ,i palmetto fibre, cocoanut cloth AGENT OR LANDS OF.
; I dentist In the near future andIf State and pine straws to make attractive Y1

the one come that la expectedwe Mr W. \. Mack made a Hying ,, articles out of. we do not I lack for Florida East Coast .
will have one of he best In the trip to West Palm Beach this weekon i something to do In the long quiet Railwaj.Co

State business :: afternoons In the war of making Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans.!! Co.
PATENTS Mr. W. A. Scott was In West I i I original! and dainty gifts fpr northern <
I I Palm Beach yesterday attending tobusiness friend Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. ;t
I ;
Good Roads matters I Every one, of course. has the best
c.ecvtwe e. + +a.ne'es Meeting I
Mr. Fred 8. Dewsy. land agentof nungos and housekeepers are all -
the F. E. C. Land Department I I
bo IT canning, and prervng this $
r r 1. au COUwratae. Held at Homestead with headquarters In Jacksonville. I delirious fruit which doe not taste

wa ,in town Wednesday morning at al a* It ought to when It la cooked :>jZ1IzAL1II

:. Lh krrasrt os/ss EasLsFd} or as one expects: It to.but. It la

wr w sow sire.srr eo.awaencwsv.w I still good and attractive enough to : : If:
::
:
e. Homestead June 21.-Mis* Rage Many Improvements use even the stringy turpentine variety -
gig Campbell has returned home for prH<<'nlnlt. :P.
from a.1x week visit In Miami I Next Sunday is children day at {

GASNOWtun among relative and friend at Cocoanut Grove tie church "

Mr B. Fitzpatrick la preparing Nearly a hundred colored people ; ;;

ground to put In a large acreage of returned on Satnrday. morning Is rapidly! going to the front _as the tad- .

_ri-': eggplant The Ice cream nodal for th* benefit Cocoanut Grove Jane 2 t. -If I train from the week Miami. celebrating where they They havetalent ing city in South Florida. Everybody ,1.

of the new rock toad fund at every one would do a* much or even aD reported a fine time and are load is going to Miami. Now is the time to
Horn I Campbell store Fridayafternoon half a* much aa Mr Alfred Peacock J I* their praise of Miami mayor. \\j
and evening was a decided and Mr Fuller toward beautifying I Miss LIzzie Hardle Is In full secure a choice location either for busi

.success over $19 00 being raised. their front yard. Cocoanut charge of Mr Cramer's store while
The following families are new Grove would be a flower gardea I I Mr. Cramer Is away for the summer ness or residence. Choice locations in

arrival la Homestead Mr. and Mr*. Other very attractive place are The Housekeepers Club will meet the city for sale by : : : : :* : :
nJthlwed.r James Thomas of Maypor.t. Fla.; Madam Peacock's. Mr. Carney. and 10. Thursday the 27th Mrs. Shone :'

Mr M. L. Bishop wife and three Mr.Will McConnlck' Major Shone J will preside at the tea table. The I
children of South ,Jacksonville: I* at work on his place which UA I meeting I* to be a social one.
+.J ltie4edi..w FORTDALySLANDCO.xexxxocoooc

man MAunru. HAOAZW*
I about requiring him to have been :;
B* THE WtKLD- -
newdeafc for tab DR. WALTER GRAHAM WRITES ABOUT "In regular practice at the bar ot 000:<(XX)() CXXli: (,(.:>:..)(.:<_:_:00 {
Ask your rpernaue. > this state for not let than one yea
M be doe not haadk pit at the time of his pppclntment
1 r hi*sage and address wtthjoor Call on Or i
a. >.cad ddrcs and loc. for aaiipl* It doe lot require that he shall 70HN :S. 1 1 TT-TY. E. : ,TClfI: A se. ..... "-I

copy.this J.epIu. price 130. ][tact'- THE CRIMINAL L COURT OF ever all have It been he Is In admitted regular practiceat to thepractice Agent Fort Vice-Pre, Fort Dallas :f

Dallas Land Co.. Miami Fla.
wCo., St. Fla
B r PIIIIIIaIaIq C.mpa.g of law. that la all the framers Augustine \ ..

4 4 W.t XM MN.. .. taw Ywfc! OtyXoUoe RECORD OFFICERS legislature of institution has no better required knowledgeat The I () :0 .:. ('
to what qualification should be 1,
required or not required than a constitutional I --
of Pisa Discharge

turn an exceptionally convention\ able especially one ai
la the County Jadge' Coirt. Dade Dr Walter S. Graham of this to the qualifications of the that which framed the constitutionnow The Ocklawaha Nurseries

County Florida. : city, la the following commuatca- judge revised statutes Section 884 In force.
IB re Eatate of WIDlam Wagner de- tim to the Metropolis sheds Inter provide that "be shall have beenan t
It la not the of the .
ceased. duty attorney TANGERINE FLORIDA v '
eating light on the qualification of attorney la regular practice at
PubO notice U hereby five that officer of the criminal court of record the bar of this state for not less general to give an opinion on these \
Want
Decembers th. HOT Ue coder.signed points but Article 1\. Section It, of Orange Grower to know that It I* to their Interest to buy trees
their term of office etc..which than one year at the time of his ap
from their atock.
the constitution,provides that "the Because they have THE BEST GROWN
win fit* btEII.al: report with IN FLORIDA.
1* of Importance In view of the various pointment. The law doe' not say GOOD RESULTS 1
the Honorable A. E. Heyter. county opinions held relative to the for one rear at and Immediately preceding governor may at any time requirethe caa only be obtained from tree that have aa abundance ,
of GOOD
JJge of Dad Couty. Florida. Mme the time of his appointment, written opinion of the Justice ROOTS. stems that are STOCKY top WELL DEVELOPED: ,1,
and ask for his final discharge a* hence I with the Honorable of the Supreme Court upon any and leave, and wood that I* ENTIRELY FREE or INJURIOUS INSECT: .,
agree
tdnlnutrator of said. eUt Editor Metropolis: Minor that question affecting his executive: LIFE ONR TREES have all these GOOD POINTS la their favor and we "1
8. Jones candidatewho
Having no personal. of a any or duties The coridally Invite yenr latpeetlon. SPECIAL
Merest powers governor can INDUCEMNETS are offered "
pecuniary or material the I ha ever practiced: for one yearI set the matter at rest tr asking the to those who will place their orders now for fall delivery OUR NEW' ,
tills tate la eligible The
above qaeedoa. I feel that I et people
-- I opinion of the Supreme Court aa to EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC
a are not likely to nominate aa Incompetent
give my humble opinion la aa
NOTICE Ubi-I the qualifications necessary for a A3 PINEAPPLE. ASK ABACT IT. CATALOGUE FRIG
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ased manner man One who has ever It
--- Judge of a Criminal Court of Record -
I thiak Ole constitution practiced for a number of years,
Land OlIN at OalBeavtlle Fla"Jise and be should do at once.
to Address. The Ocklawaha
tO,1107L question a* to the term of office *o .ales* he U la his dotage or has avery If there In any doubt as to A. RSimmon Nurseries f

Lemuel. T. Norwood, M Naraa- plainly that the bar win agree that poor memory.who has not practiced *. Eq, and F. B. Stone-
t"ntJellMla who are appointedaa for five or even ten year, la O. W. CONNER Prop tstorTany.rin. .
Ja. Fla, who made Homestead Application man. Eaq., being eligible the people
judge and prosecuting attorney fully a* competent to fill the position ., Florida,
No. M.tlO. for tli* N W. and the bar have a right to .tor
of Judge a* ODe who ha onlypra'Ue.cS
will for four
bold their term
1-4. eectloa It. township SC voath years know the truth before It la too )law Or M. S. BURBANK Agt, Miami. Florida
one or two Immediately -
from the date of their eommlslon: yean
range 1) east do hereby give notice for other' candidate to enter tho .
> ot say Intention; to make dial proof Article V., Section >4. of the Con preceding his appointment race I If the gentlemen named are Oar CREOCIDE!: preparation for he destruction of ants. bas a>4 {
.. to establish n>r claim to the land atltatIoD.pl'OTt la regard to CrIm- Bat. to my mind. Section SSttof disqualified other verala will do the work
,
above described and that I expectto inal Court which mar be established the revised statutes, la unconstitutional The constitution provide that 1

prove my residence ant cultivation : by the legislature, there because It adds to the qualifications the judge and also the I
shall be appointed by*, the Governor required by the constitution prosecutingattorney
before Z. T. Merritt clerk of
shall be
,Circuit court at Miami. Fla. o. and confirmed by the Seaate. who Can any statute add or take I Governor and confirmed appointed by the by Senate the- 14

July 20. HOT by two of Ue follow. shall bold his office for four years" from the qualification prescribed Here Is another subject fo Miami Bottling Works
lag witnesses: Article I.. Sectloa K. of the Constitution by the constitution that great fundamental -
dlscn!slnn Can the Governor Issuea
Henry o-maa.ICtlu.| A. Oo**> to be sure provide that law, doe not provide that commission

.... OaL W,.Hill,and E.: OaUatttebeek. i the term of office for an appotate the judge of the criminal court shall and can they rnter to these npdn gentlemen their duties WALL & McGOWAN. Props. '

all of Naraaja Fla. to fill vacancies In any of the have such qualifications and duties of their office before! the
........1 T. Norwood. elective office under: the a* the legislature shall provide The Is confirmed by 'the appointment Senate! Itth Street Near R. R., Miami, Fla- tton shall extend only to only limit on the power of the Governor -
That body doe' not meet I* rgularsession
If your stomach trouble you do tics and qualification 'of a .eonaUta-1 to appoint a judge of a criminal until April, 1101. On this Manufacturer of
not conclude that there I* no care at the ensuing general court of record aa far aa the I will
point not at
give an opinion
for a greet many have bee pertaaeatly The office of judge or of qualifications of auch judge are concerned -
What would do
oared by ChaaaberUla' tug attorney of the criminal court U contained tn Article 1. present people All Kinds of
If
they were left without
Stomach and Uver Tablet Get a of record are not elective, bat with section >: which provide that no any question 4
to of
free sample at Biscayne ,Drug Co. the clerk, of such court It U different penoa shall ever be appointed a* dispose Soft Drinks t
or any Jraggtet and give the* a hi. being .. elective office he Justice ,of a criminal court "that Is Tours very respectfully

trial. Thy also cure mUpatlon can only be appointed, until the next not twenty-five year of age and an Walter S. Graham

and bUlou nes general election attorney at law" Not one word Miami, June :2!S, 1)07 Prompt AttootJon to AH Order Oat-of-Trra Greed So3ett4.

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'r. This grand privilege is only given the people of Miami once a "
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;, SHOES: year. ItwifllasT: until July 4th. This gives you a chance to buy Clothing I
y' I the best goods made at-New York cost.: Do you want to make
'. money? If so, you will take advantage of this grand opportunity .
: and lay in a supply to last you for the next six months 40 per cent }

Just: stop and think what this means to you; you will make a oft on an dothin{ which bu
; 20 per ct. disc.dollar on every five dollars you buy on general lines, and in been In the home over f months.
our clothing department you can save two dollars on every 20 cent '
;" five. Remember that cash and cash alone will per b,
; I benefit MONEY" oft an dathlnf which arrlTcdIn 1''
of this big discount sale. We "NEED THE :one bouse since Jan.1,1M7.
i f on every shoe In the home
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Royal Hoe) on which we Do yon ever expect to bnyanoth-
are not mowed to cot on. er suit of clothes?II so bur It
Jojt stop and fl nre what tow
.---- Read this and make $10.00 in Gold means to you


+ Mens' Ladies' and We will give to the man, woman or child reading this advertisement all the 40 per cent. off r

;, Childrens shoes' way through aloud to the largest number of people before July 3rd, and getting $10 Suits going attil ............... #
their signature on a long piece of pa er. Solti color at..$ ..
Paper must have the folio whig announcement- at the top: US SolU gang at..90.0O
"This is to certify that (put your name here) has read the page advertisement 120 Salta tolas at.91X00 ,
of Sewell Bros. aloud to me. '
y' k AH 11." Ao i sin go at...SOeUl Or you can get these forms by applying at our store 20 per cent t off ;

.' AlIII.tO|2.00 akoa ahoe win win to fo at.at..9X40.9140 $$11!' Salt Slata gang robe at& .......AXOO...... #
AU ft.00 ahoy will co at..94.00Haaaa : $lt Bmlta golf at.itt0.. ,
*Bon $1 Sbowat.. 94. 0Hanaa $ 1 0 00.in Gold $20 Salts colac at..i1.00This
elot&lac Ia mad fcr the larfMt V'E
H Son IT Shoes at..95 and belt olodilac factor*
' $1.EO aho t to co at..11.81 la tt* Ualtod State. HUrRothKhlV .
) and Lang: and Bart.Bchafacr J
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$2(0 aboM to co at./ and Kars-Thlr.
$160 thtxs to to at.$2. la a.wit la all taat la acarr C
to that It U mad ta
$4 00 aho to co .t.-
th b war.sad propratrl i

t Mens Furnishings *. :

i Boys Clothing .

, When you cm buy such world 20 per cent off on all mens Furnishings M per ct off on aD boys dotUnf ...3
renown 'oods u BuUl&Son, 21 per cent oft on an boys pants
Hamilton Brown Shoe Co.,Selby Scriven drawers to go at 60c. Mens Overalls to go t
Shoe.Ah Bndd baby shoes, 20 per cent off. 75 cent goods to go ;at 60 cts. Mens Pants r
vand
Ulrd! Shober ladles fine
shoes, Howard 6 Foster Mens Underwear, Hosiery, Suspenders, Neckwear, Belts 21 per cent off on an men pants

,, Shoes,at such discounts as we We have tossed profits to the winds; they are yours if you do business with "1Mut THE cd>f"> '
here It win certainly pay you us for the next ten days. You would be foolish to give this profit to some one UI JI
a to take idrantafe of the same. else, when you can put it back in your own pocket. We wish to cut our stock
1, down five thousand dollars and need the money. That is the reason why we TROUSJRC. ;
are willing to give you our profits. Our goods are marked in plain figures; you 1 X 1\\\\
figure your own discount. '\ 1\I Ir It \

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;"' :::: 200 straw hats to to at half price 4

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{.. Stores will close July 4th) JOHN SEWELL & BRO.


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