The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 23, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
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System ID: UF00076100:00435
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Fl t The Telegrapher Strike Recalls Thatof Relative to the Release of Business is as Good Now-

And Put Them in Full Flights Stockholders of Fort I- the Municipal Election Today as Erer Before in I 1//

1883 When the Strikers Lost Out Dallas Bank

Towards the Eastwards August 4

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-- -- I The Candidates are Working PRICES ON STOCK I -\ ,..

A New York writer, In tbe Baltimore strike the telegraph business of the THBR .1

Sun, recalls the telegraph op country was badly crippled. The FROM 1UBIUTIES Energetically and Poll- OUTSIDE BUSINESS IS HEAVY

erators' strike of 1881. He says: Western Union closed every branch MARKET

SITUATION IS UNCHANGED -While the conditions la the telegraph office' In the city except: those in the ing Big Vote WENTUPWARD

; business hare greatly -
ttre the last great strike of Fifth Avenue Hotel and one In Harlem t" ,

I operators, the causes leading to the and tbe money-order business As Stockholders in Same- "
troubles htch now exist are. In was suspended Calamity Howlers! Gina

the main the same. si those which Much Trouble Encountered 11

Report That Sultan's Brother Has I precipitated<< the walcout which toot ''Other cities bad similar: troubles Declares Comptroller Makes BEST OF FEELING PREVAILS Quietus by the Local Mar.' 4]

I place Just after noon July U, ItSJ, while smaller. places where the operators .. ,
Been Proclaimed Sultan Unconfirmed orders of John and all Liable, and Tells What
I on Campbell, master managers were nonunion t chants-Mr. Maxwell! Talks
workman o fthe Brotherhood Telecraobers and refused to quit were closed r ,
.-Germany Will Look to affiliated with the Knights because the men were sent Into New Mt. Brown Will Do in the ]DURING FIRST HOUR of Business of F. T. Budge .f 1'

of Labor. The next day the linemen York snd other Important centers
France Out Her Polls are at the City Hall-The Per. -..
to Carry Promise struck. to work wires Commercial Interestsfor Premises-Will Pay Assessment OF TRADING TODAY &Co.-Others Concur With IP;

ef Restoring Peace -Campbell's order to strike followed a while suffered severely I The sons Serving u Inspectors and
weeks of treating with the commercial exchanges, to a large extent Like '

companies. There were several sympathized with tbe men. need Clerk and the Total Vote Polled Expressions

small companies beads the Western every effort to secure the arbitra-

Union then doing business In New tion of the troubles Throughoutthe at 3 Oc1ock Though Some Stocks Had a Decline
Parts. Aag II Vies Admiral York and the East. In which recognition Western Union company refused
of the ".1011, extra,'compensation to arbitrate. From Thursday's Dally Later-.One Faflnre Reported
PhUllbert. tie French .(From na"naDrJ -
commASfing .J
for Sunday wock, eight hours "For several days after-Jny llth Relative to an Impression that
naval forces off Casa Blanea, has tel Bank of England Did Not Reduce In every community ther Is .11
work for day men and seven hours the company bad difficulty In ... he stockbolderl of the Fort Dallas
egraphed that while the Moors were for night workers and li per cent ling business, but It gradually recruited Prom Thursday's Daily Discount Rats calamity howler. Mlaaa mss ft near ,f
National Bank will be relieved of Tbe Ant : her of them and ever staee the faJK
municipal for
advancing on the Prencn camp near Increase in wages were demanded. a force of operators until the priuary
heir liabilities In We event of the.lI'alra are of the Fort '
laminating city officers U befog Dana National
Nine Thousand Operators Struck .niC'e..u rapldry assuming its
: r Cga Bflsnca yesterUay eider cover of that Institution being taan > held l Bask and the suspeasUa as4.tsdae..,
today with the
"For these demands f.OOO operators normal state, when the brotherhood city ball M the ...
rt't tcjt. the lifted and over by the Blscara Bank Uoa of railroad
of a fog permitted seoerdlng to th* agues givento leaders saw the futility of further polling place actlvtttaa and epee
tt* French batteries ashore and a Senate. Investigating committeeby efforts and sent theer followers back Trot Company., )lr. J. A. McDonald The polls cpened .t 1 O'clock: and New York uTII. atioBs there has .*.. a cry eC harertimes. t
trustee, for the depositors of movement As usual #
after.* to shell tbe Moors with deadly Campbell struck and. a. great majority to work. Of tboee who went on Immediately therewith the balloting these howlers ass
remained out until August strike many were refused reemployment the Fort Dallas Bank, issued the commenced 'All of the candidates of prices on the stock exchangewas of U* class ..would b* th* .... J

c .Affectjln I Tth, when the leaden of tile brotherhood and those who were taken oHowtag statement this afternoon: end their workers were active eat I generally upward la the first effected did such a _au.. exMCT ..
tile afternoon General Drudi I The public Is wrongfully inform- during the first few bouts hour cf Bet It does not :.
advised the operators thatIt back were compelled to sign a promise the TotIn trading today CoaaUerlsg th*>
S dad moved forward btu Held guns was useless to continue the strike, not to engage n any. further .4 when told that tbe liquidation f was spirited and quit heavy. Rending Colon Pacific and Amalgamated season of the yew when U as ..... ',

to a tide about four muse from the end that sU who waned should apply strikes. Most of the leaders were ot the affairs of the Fort Dallas National -' Teams were In demand and thaw I al to expect a laxity In bustasssy J -

camp from which! .e snetled the for their old positions st. one*. among those who were not taken 1 Bank, as proposed* :r:14tr:: who did not to to o>* poll were : Copper, advanced about II'' amt 1* .butler today tnaa tt was M
I eaie the stockholders :
This derision was precipitated: by back and they were forced to seek ought and carried mere, e point after an Irregular opening the same period last year, and the.
Moors, who were then in lull night I II I j heavy. desertions from tile ranks In employment with private enterprises: payment of an assessment of one T1I6 rivalry between the eandl- I Brooklyn Rapid Transit was np i live energetic merchaaC and hear*

eastward. I{ the preceding days, when It became 1 "Master workman Campbell. Iterplalnlsg I hundred per cent on their atoC'k.I' I dates to keenly bat friendly. ant (1. bat other local: traction stocks neee man H finding ......... ts d

,{ ,General Phlllibert reported the apparent that the Western Union the defeat o fthe opera "The Comptroller baa already no- wail each candidate. I* sanguine. of I were weak. *. complain
used each stockholder that said. : Interwrough and Me
-. altaattoMi elsewhere practically un had won and that nose who tors and linemen, said. H was not I : success It Impossible to predict A Metropolis rvprseeetstlr talks*'

:'!: changed The report that Mallet get their places bacs must through lack of money, but because assessments. will be due and most bo the fortunate ones. No disorders of I ropolltau. comman. declined with several of the leading saercbaats. -
apply I aid In four installments of II point and the preferred 1 1-1 0..1 t
.11. Hafig brother of the Sultan... baa while there were say positions the Western Union had greater anT kind occurred: though there I the yesterday aaj each tad *r-
each In the months of August Inc first hour Third Avenue
been proclaimed Sultan, still lacks -For many days daring staying power were several eomplalrts from perlies err one of then were prenoansseiIn
ill .. September, October sad Novemberot who claimed they had registered declined4 of a point before 11 their declaration
official confirmation = that business
-- --- --- at
his ear-II0T Mr. Brown owns o'clock. Trading was not sctlve.Later k
I and paid their poll bat WHOM
good-better than U has bees
t.' 14.500 of the stock of the Fort The failure of Mills Bra ever
GKRMAJCV WILL LOOK ARE WELL SATISFIED SENSATIONAL CUMAGAIHII name were not on the qualified Hit at this season et th* year. As *rt* -
a Co,
Dallas Bank, leaving IS5.500 owned of electors. : members of the stock exchange -
q TO FKAXCK FOR PEACR deuce of this Mr. R. D. Maxwell sC
II other parties. From Information -' was announces the floor
y on
The officers of the election M. the '
are F. T.
that seems to be reliable, no: I of the exchange this afternoon. The Budge hardware story. t'
Berlin Aug. 22The attention i WITH THE SITUATl S OFFICIAL E. Jones Dr* Kmmett: Eric Holmes I .
f1 of the German government Is flied more than $10,000 can be realized i and W. 8. HIO. firm Is not a prominent one saidWe ar* doing a SBWa41d heels'
()n the IIS.SOO above mentioned -
stow upon events at Casa Blanca I At I:10 o'clock this afternoon s B.\1fX .-. There may b* ft alight faU-
pay total of 41 vote had been
snore than upon any otherssubjectIn polled lag off la local trade Owing in asaF
In fall bestaes. will turnover r
t- Germany's external relations- WITH LITTLE CHAHCE OF 07 PE1THSYLVAHIA MADE A heavy 1'0Ia expected after 4 REDUCTION people beiag away .eI.-dIot..u..
t: though the presumption U that > to the proposed trust company, o'clock! when the laboring dais but our out ot town bedew U be cV,
:; tbe French Government will observe ARBITRTIOIT'BE1BG HELDAs BY JOCES $. SCHUKAKER other properties 'amounting to. quit work. Aug. II Contrary to expoctatlons ter than It has ever been at thin 'j
muck mere than that of the assessment the Bunk of England discount ,
f' Its declaration to restore order in -- season We are orJer
on his stork. There Is nth rate, was not changed at UJvy's > I reeemsf
r Morocco the; German leg In the proposed plan to liquidate GOVernorThftJks th- -I meeting of the directors: ofthat from every part of tae eovaty ted
Dispatches from embassies are kept rushed to ftD them Theru
Telegraph Officials WD1 Refuse "Should be la Penitentiary" He through tbe agency of a] trust company Institution. lI
at Madrid and tuna report that could or would Interfere- ___ i I IJ 11IIa. been no let up to our basis...'

that negotlatlona nave been begun to Treat With Stokers or Commissioner Says and Will Go Out After with the order of the comptroller to t Danger line in Sight ---- -- I I and there la nothing to the. cry eC
between France: and BpaW looking hard times and a scarcity Om.s>- n ney
assess the stockholders of the Fort
to a hastening of the organisation Vcfl-.Clali& of HlmGraftWas to Corer Dallas National Bank." ...... J TAKING SOUNDINGS ." '
of the International Morrooco, Pole Other avTthanta' conaldeftBg the
ley.ii. the Strikers' an a Treasury Shortage TWO NEGRO: PATIENTS Lincoln Neb., Aug. II-Governor season aad. drawing a eomsariaosi f -
I Sheldon declined the with the business done tn '&'aPIt" S
DEAD AT today request
.; SWEET PET CARNIVALS A8VLCX of President Stebold, of the West FOR THE NEW p"'M...., declares that times are) k.

'1&0-1'. 11. New York Aug. II- The representatives Philadelphia. Aug. II '-A special Sheriff Frobock received a letter End Business Men's Association, of as good, If not better than ever before _
Boseman. --Botetaan f ,
his momipg from the superintendent St. Louis to appoint delegates to >t
of the telegraph from Johnstown. Pa. that Jaa.
(companies says
la transformed todaj Into abower And each snj every ene ec those
of the Hospital for Insane. at the national convention called to
jr.. of flowers all the streets and and the telegraphers' anion asserted M. Pchumaker, former ..apernten".t Chattaboochee. stating that Gus recommend state and national con JETTYFrom who so expressed thvmatiTeai ere

; buildings of the city being covered .. of public buildings and grouadkat liberal newspaper advertisers and
again today that they are lames, sent there rom Dad county stitutional amendments la the hopeof
with fragrant blossoms' of the kind satisfied with the situation In the. Harrisburg who is Implicated by as a patient December 24. IsOS harmonizing state and federal frankly and willingly admitted. that ,li
have tbe annual sweet their and b...... :
that made ruceees to due
..d ,
strike. reports ot the Capitol Investigation and Ed Hill, also of Dad county, Jurisdiction authority.The F
pea carnival tie greatest event of resolution of tile club very largely to adveroatag.
I '' confined September It. ltO, bavsd callingthe
its kind In the .... Tbe carnival General Superintendent Brooks of Commission hss decided be will
convention of cities of North
:*l. the former at 8:19 o'clock on
colors are. purple and ..... In honorof the Western Union Co.. wan ute< make. a tall confession of all he he evening ot the 18th, and the Carolina Is regarded u evidence ( Thursday's Daily) DEATH OP H. H. KTA5S: 4Trots

tile Elks who have bees holding as to .possibility of arbitrationif knows tn connection with the capital latter st 1:11 o'clock on the that the danger line Is being approached. Capt. R. G. R-, Jetty contra

their st&teIlOIIy..uo.illen for the Labor Commissioner NeD should scandal :ng of the Itfh: Tee oodles m:1: I Governor Sheldon believes tor arrived last night from Jacksonville ( Tbaraday'a Dally)

ot peat two days.hive An bus*mpl*available supply come to New York, and he replied Schumaker's. statement given out buried In the asylum cemetery an* I the convention Is being called lathe and. with Opt .A. B. Pot- Mr. R. M. leas, who for a year
sweet peas he sheriff is requested to notify he interest of the corporations. ter, his chief aid and superintendent pant, ban with his family made hU-
in carrying oft the floral scheme, a. that. he did not see what/Nell coulddo. by one of his closest personal and "
relatives of deceased It he knows went over to the new ship channel semi his some died yesterday -
'' hundreds of yards of tosenvan-s f vortte The company he said, would political friends. Is as follows: of any, of their dente this morning to take soundings, log about 7 e'clock after a linger* ;'

'1 Bower have. yielded a bountiful have no dealings with the union ot "I sn going on the witness standto S I A Sioux Warrior etc., preparatory to putting la 4 Ml rag illness of several weeks :

'? S crop of Tart-colored blossoms. Its officers as such leaders of strikers tell everything. I will not keep GERMAN FLEC CAL on the Jetty which Is "to be erected Mr Evens came U .Miami. month
Thousands. < visitors are U the city
5r < declare their reports from allover beck a single secret and. when I get COMMISSION IN .K38ION to the south of sea entrance t4 the of health, having been an Invalid

from all states ever Koat.ha..d- surrounding the country were encouragingthem through I wffl show that a man high Committed Suicide canal previous to the resumption of I several yea.rs.hwt his weakened so*_,

'' t to remain on strike. In till official life at Harrisburg New York Aug. II.-Th commission deep water operations for which dltloa was overcome by ale Jut severe

-- Secretary Russell declared the ought to go to the penitentiary. I of German electrical experts I there Is available a very sobstaa- II I sickness and he crosssd th* P;
Probers and railroad officials here fur i |I teal brink Into the land there Is
business of both compulee south uf have committed no wrong. now Sioux Falls, S. D., Aug. It- Because government appropriation. where )
Baltimore to be practically dead andthat mar be aft* me. bat I will go after. the purpose of studying America : Bids must be In the bands of the ', no pain nor suffering. ;tis
trie. Peon. ('Dc.. 1>-One of the they are using mails to trana- the man they are protecting. I will city aDd interurban. transportation his mother-in-law would not I engineers st Jacksonville not later I I The funeral ceremony Was held atthe

V propositions" discussed! by the delegates port their atersageeDIRELIGT not spare hili1.11I tell everytfctng facilities will leave shortly for a share her home with himself and than the ! ; ofpostmasters.
to the nationalconvention
) I know. tour of the felted States Canada his bride and chop all the wood, a for the Jetty will be awarded. afternoon st I o'clock. Rev ,
wh cb Ii Its I'I'I
mat session. here> today.holding Is a plan I "I do not propose to surfer for and Mexico. The trip will last Blonx warrior named Red Shlrt.whn I I L. D. Lowe jot the M. E. Cherub :j"'

/ ; for a reply postal card tsarina a slnsiot scoundrels, who Knew three months. The commissionerswill 1 resided on the Rosebud reservation, TOM WATSOX ADDRKSSfXTHE South conducting the same A suar- 'I

2 flue to be paid by ;the BARGE of.th collosaal graft, but refused to also examine the high voltages committed suicide today by shooting GEORGIA FtRMIRS tette composed of Miss Mays** ,Maston. ,
stop It. sad I was convicted. I know which are carried ong distances. I himself. TBIs I Is one of the few I I Miss Grace Phelps Mr? Karl
sender" when the is returnee.
1 card would what the graft was sot; that It was The commissioners will also examIne cases on record of a. Sioux Indian t W"rrenton. Ga. Ang 71.-Thomss Smith sad Mr Oscar T.CoaUU mug i
The If into effect'
plan pat ]! to rover up treasury shortages and closely Into the electrical! transwrUllon taking his own life E. Watson will be tbe principal two hymns two favorite hymns etf.
to using
effect a gating GOES ADRIFTIN tile Same of a former United facilities of New Tork. rpesker at the tile rally and man I Mr. Evans, they belsg ""Rock st wAxe.
reply cards since (her wand be required save
te postage; tn such States Senator from Pennsylvania Chicago Philadelphia. St. Louis PRAIRIE GROVE REUNIONFayetteville | meeting of tbe Fsnners salon at I ." and "Ob, Happy Day," f.I

pay jonly "* dead I.... now anxious to I Boston Baltimore and Washington 'I Bea'l Springs today His address The remains were shipped by
arJs By
the ss are actually of : jnetA-xl.jreUrned.hey go ban the stand anj tae sooner the Ark. Aug. 11- | Is expected to be.. notable ODe I Undertaker' H. M. King this mars' '-

would operation double this pottage; ; on cards RIVER better for me. I went to get myself i Hundreds of soldier wnw wore the ,! dealing with political Issues and na- to the former home ef Kr.I:...*. 1 j

returned pay, while thoej fwalch' .. not right before the people, for ROUGH RIDER HAD gray are congregated today on *be I'I' llonal legislation affecting the far II.e.,. they will be Interred la the ,.(
.l mere of the United 8>ate. plot
cost* back would eoet the govrraSMS my God lam an Innocent man.h.IP.. Prairie Grove battlefield for thj snnaai > A
reunion, which will extend -
'to only the prtc 4< printing and _

stock. DEDICATE A GREATWATER PLANT through Veterans the from balance Oklahoma.of "the Texas w..--k. 'i com[ TO ORGANIZE[ A ANOTHER[ ARMY '

For tbe PUt .severs years a large -- I SEVEN INCHESTO Missouri Louisiana and other states:

barge, abandoned as worthless, lau Greeley, Colo.. Aag. It-Fnrms ss well u Arkansas are taking part ] JI

TROUBLE I? HAD lain submerged against the north dedication of the new city waterworks In the program amngtd In tbHr

bank of the MIamI 'river, west ot plant built st a. cost of $J50so SPARE honor. Several speaker* of pronl-. AND 60 ON MARCH ACROSS COUNTRY.eminent {{
t and representing one of the nerve will address the oil COIIf J. I

.Avenue O. The.deck: was above greatest feats of Its kind ever attempted Prate veterans.

IN DIGGING water. at law tide and It wan *.. favorite In the West was the pun "'

place for owners ef small ripsl feature of the annual harvest MEXICAN WAR VETS 1

boats to haul out ,their crafts endgive day festival here today The water I Sault St Marie, Mich Aag. II- or the government ewmthe j'!
the distributing Norfolk, Va. Aug. U.Vtlj&JII-
Is brought to big: railroads and eorporailesa'Cozey's
them repairs. a According to reports In circulationhrre
DITCH adrift' reservoir by means of a pipe line (From Thursday's Dally.) of the Mex'esn war are' srrlT pa In first march to WaiUnften 1
Bat thetarge ban gone the After trying all day yesterday but Norfolk to ... in ubalwill !, General Jacob 8. Coney who
loosened anC.broken from Ha mad jthheor-ngbt "lles thong from today i:< part started u a. evssonstratlosi sCdlnrontent ";
mountains shove Fort Collies without success the steamers. K'nne-! t probably I... Ito I.'ct great national led the famous march of :be anwashed the
cradle by the heavy seas kicked up among aaenifloy4after
dy and Nettle J succeeded at t conr"! n'ton. which will <\mtomorrow ,
to Washington In the spring the asocial peak ef lift.
by the extension steamers tn passtug
o'clock this In tile I
getting mo-llsc.' T murr.iw I1 as of 18,.. I. planning another nooo At that time Coxey wan ClIo '
up sad down the nver the pan prwprietor
A Big ReceptionTo big dredge Rough Rider, through been set aside as M i1oi. W,' Veterans I of
few days, and now lies piled np the draw of the llth street bridge .. ., crusade with Wall street u the oI *- a flourishing sjuarrr at
day by the -xpopii.f; n tgement -
x Considerable. difficulty H being experienced against, the Avenue D bridge partially I Mav'.km. O. ForosJ U close dowse
aDd to a mooring the Miami river J tlve
up and elaborate srranavntebtshave << I Irma
In the ditch for' his slant and throw his eat off
digging blocking the north opening of I men
i conveying the fifteen Inch pip from the draw; It drifting down with tit Be Given TaftCXxtngton been eomplM for their reei While Corey refuses to ext>lali employment b. brooder. over hi* fIroeblees
The of the
tbe Miami liver to the water workspumping tide anft VoJglaj there 'this saornIsg. clfflrutty can tloo and entertalissent. Tb4 Damesof the purpoe o The expedition. It Is. until tke Idea of totdlaca
station o* aeeouat of the appreciated In the fact that bat seven 1S4I. composed ot the danthurs believed that .. intends to present anuy o fth. unemployed to WsaIsgtoo ..

below th low water. inches of play existed between of the Mexican war v terans. willmeet another "petltos with Its boots on- occured! to him. B tsteftded .
xSe Ban* being The derelict unless n U taken II A '
Ky.. Aug. pub the width of the dredge sad. the fa
vnark In the Miami. river. la band and again anchored against on Saturday.There demanding the government' owner- *> demand that the gevsrnssee*. r
lie Taft
reception given Secretary .t
width of the draw
'e This seesttat4s Us use of apowerful the bank of the river emi endanger hundreds opening The ship of railroads and an _opob4IIL furnhtb empl,+vm.' tOIl""" Improvebrsrs .- ,
which of democrats satrepublleana .
Rough Rider Is one of the largest ... A..
are UI. women In It Is known that government
ownership until the "har4 tlmea"
eentrlfefM "a to keep : shipping and become a...e_: will be will
.t the excavation free ot water.. The It Is probable the rsnroaa present and heaviest dredges la southern trails qualified to vote, but only 714 has been Coxey's fad for had pase d. By be tia b* ha4
compary this afternoon.
take MrTasaid .
place water and on account of which the of them went to the polls. The othertll.IBC rose tine aad he has often ?
declared however his
pip to Intended t. supply water to will take the matter tn hand ae the his address will be reared Washington )
i. a fresh water' rooting' tank for the barge was loosened and set aJrlft the Southland sad will a deal messageto greatest. of care bad to be exercise* must have been too busy that tbe great Issue of the d>y ragged army bad dwindled te> "

... engine reeevCy Installed. by Its steamers. with the pnaclpally la pushing and paljlng It through attending some grab sale daring the )"whether!' the raHn/ds sad corporations thorns s'. sad the pmj-et became e

race question the bridge hours of election: -St. Paul Dispatch are going to own the gov-'1 the Sabot of ridicule.t .

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: Weekly Miami Metropolis' ;A.DOSE HUDSON DEALT BURR OURR. AND STANDARD ITS BIG OIL FINE CALAMITY THE HOWLER ;. Boynton FarmersAre I Odds and Ends of! )

Kon. R. Hudson Burr Uttle Klv- They aren't yet determined how i In paring Ms respects to the ca.j Busy PlantingOur
Tatam. Pi deat 8. Bobo Dean. See.-TTeu. er, Fla. member of the state railroad many trains It "111 take to carry lamlt howler and knocker of the : DevelopmentAn

1 THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY eomml aloe and Incidentally the $I .240.000 from the Standard State and Individual communities, -

i c.berDatorIAII'.Ddld:.te. must not ba OH s Wa street taints to the Government the editor of the Lakeland Sua has I I

.w . .. .. i. . $1.00 On* year . .. . .. .....lx.00 In the rood grace: of Editor Harris, s Treasury unless paid In tbe following to say which we hope New Pineapple 'ielcb-On'1 electrically operated clothes)

I IDON'T paying IB advance will receive a year subscription for f 1M I of the prala, Banner. Listen to what silver I says the Memphis hewn will be read and digested by certain: I : wringer Is one of the latest Isveatloos -

months subscription for 71 c oU This U a liberal dtocour Ui lAd ace the referable one says: rclmlter. In such event there would Individuals In this part of the state: | Twenty Acre Field-Delightfully !I for domestic. .lauadry.

advance 1I&11IIeata. "Mr. R. HuJson Burr. Is not u be required 177 flat cars with ft Capacity "Since early days of our memory

big a fool as some people thought of 13.000 pounds ws. can recall that almost<< every com- Eaterulaed Ladle Thursday There are 12$ mils o electri

ten14 M the Postoffice at Miami. Florida aa aecond-claM matter. he was He has not resigned his I It would build fire first-clan battleships muait,. Tillage or city within oar Afteraooa-.Pers Notes street railways In Rt Janeiro, the
Job on the railroad commission because or a new subway for New observation has been annoyed with current to obtained from water power

he announced his candidacy York CIt,. that common pet.usually called the .
SIUDAV. \rCVST S3, 190? for KOTernor. He has no intentionof it would yield a perpetual incomeof 'community calamity howler.' This

"turning co.'" His sneouncementfor $4.027 a day.It distinguished gentleman la noted for Boynton Aag 1C-Mr. Stephens TIle ealue of the wall

-- -- -- governor did not fall upon the would make *14 tons of crossing the bridge before he gets ot Miami representing<< Miller I Ii I switch la electric Ipta to uaaur- _

HESITATE LEARNING people with the consuming rage of dollars, requiring 204 to It, he to known far and near for i Son paint dealers, ot that city, was ''pa-by aaytklng hevas-

BUT SIGH RELEASE I BETTER HOW TO LIVE a prairie fire bat fell altogether: transport It. .uyer'l his continuous prophecy: of great la town today bold ..of electricity.It .

tame and flat, and tht administration It would build 1.914 \ calamity that to sure to befall the '. Mr. and Mrs C. T. Harper will .

Tk Metropolis again urges mar The English hare always been Is looking in toe direction or 110.000 each community or city on account of certain leave the latter part of neat month has been recommended Lat Z

ftk* depositors in the Fort DaUaa noted ai heavy eaters tad drinkers.. Mr. John N. C. Stockton or young It to; the Income for one year doings of his neighbors or the on their vacation. new course for the study of .

National Bank immediately sign a I England U UU one of the largest Bryan tor a candidate. 80 far a* 4 per cent on $7I1.0uO.OOO. public offtclsl of his city or county. I I The residence of Mr. B. L. Kapp. tricity be..staBllahed at the ,. t

Xlsass relieving that Institution of and we haTe observed only two papers I, It to' about 2 per cent of the national I: He Just knows In bis owa fertilebrain In fut nearing completion. Whea Academy at Aanapolis.U ins
consumers liquor capita,
any and all obligation to them per In Florida are friendly to Mr.Burr'aandldacy debt of ItOt. that ruin and destruction are the II
; finished !It will be one of pret- II
.sad turning the account over to Mr. the drink problem is a serious one and if Bryan or Stockton : It to IS cents for every man, I Inevitable This class of citizens are t h eel homes la Boynton. has been found that eiectrleal

for In the little Island. Bat then I can be Induced to enter the race the whole undesirable .snd it can not
J. A. McDonald. trustee. adjust- tight woman and child in really |( A meeting of the cemetery association currents will soften T
'Mat and settlement through taBtoeayas I these two papers in all probability be denied that la some instances I conr
hare been great changes In the last country. will be held aext Tuesday to of Importance la te wrecking 4.
Bask and Trait Co. will change front Mr. Burr has s I It would take 48.710 street laborers they do create alarm and fright that
there I the school house at 7 old
few years, and Is a steady around him I evening .t fa.c.U
It I* the only practical solution "wet blanket" wrapped one year to work ont the amount Injures the community or city. ItI. o'clock. It to very Important that .

f ,U a distressUg problem. A* mat- tendency toward greater temperance I about as completely u we have ever aadspectacle. U to the annual revenue of Mexico usually the bad effects of the all dtisens be present. At the bottom of the sea there sr*

t 'ten mow stand, and If the account In llTlng. The Pall-Mall Oasetle. lau witnessed." He really presents a It to nearly one-half the numberof work of the "calamity howler" himself Mrs. Willis peak and attractive la all 110.000 miles of cable, repre-

are eoatlaaed aaginst the Fort Dallas article on the decline of old- silver dollar th circulation. that work. in results, nd not Miss Tera,, entertained the acntlsg mo.000.000. The averse

National Bank.the sltlmate fin fashioned chop houses la London.saya It to tWe tJ-alll' times the capital the action and doings of others. In ..Cht. Afternoon Club at life of the cable to f0 years

aI payment win mot be tatletactory stock of the Standard Oil Companyof fact he is the chap that to usually the Avenue. .

besUes requiring many month, Ifaot : MORE TROUBLEFOR Indians. the corporation fined. the moving cause la th. calamity I Those present O were : Mrs. B. L.KP. The Texas Midland Railroad frees
"Thirty years ago k was ao uncommon STANDARD OILSta.d.rd the snnnal salary If there be and for this reason
yew to detovop. By releasing 1 It to S.7SS times sty Mrs. C. T. Mrs. F. Paris to Ennto a distaste IS4
th* Fort Dallas National Bank of thing to see ten or dress I of Judge Lsndls, who imposed he to usually despised by neighbors Mrs. Ell Har. Mrs. miles will be adopting 0
men ont ot a company of seventy or Oil has struck a disturber elttoens. Ha. electl
the aDd surrounding
i all obligation and placing ac- the duo.POLICY H. Mrs. Joseph Freed- third rail
Hlgglns. the
who went to these In Judge L&uJis. tam.
eighty big dinnersof ot Its
peace unobserved
swat ta the haada of a trustee thegovernment o- | "w. can pass by Tedder. Mrs .
: receivership wW be whom It would be said that, although of Chicago It Is said floes aggregating I little fellow who to the "busy body" land Mrs. Ltt '

t .etas war' with: likewise the expense they were Dot. perhaps ,in- 8S.440.000 may be Imposed I OF la attempting to create: distress aad James lIeK. W.Miss H. Smith Luis I A new process fo hardening steel \ ,
tozlcated. they had had quite on the remaining counts In the rebate INSURANCE and Miss Florence Murray. has been The temper :
; wktch 1* always heavy latallurea I PROFIT uneasiness ss to the prosperity Miss dlnf
I of naUooal bank enough. What a wonderful change cases: of which the flt.OOO.- future of the small territory over Harper Mire Bessie Harper to increased by electricity ..the r

The gentlenMB backlog snpporv today! Ton go to similar dinners, 000 tin* to only th* drat la his denunciation I Ton would gladly mortgage your I which he attempts to exercise sa influence Bible Teddl. Xr W. Porter sad new process I said to b* n. ,

and find than of the Standard Oil Com- tor s policy o "pro. Mrs. _. of HJlaso.\ to other.A .
tar and patronlxtsg the BlacayB men drinking no more business to pay I bet'.... If he has any Influence say .
But Tract Company which lau. one glass ot champagne, liberally i pan as a trust. Judge Landla declared I fit Insurance" wouldn't yon* If't whatever It to Dot wldo, were the ont of town pN .

diluted with aerated water and not Rockefeller and his assoctotesi could take ont a policy of insurance when I Ulsse* Mable Tedder sad Vera new deveopment la switching
; romteed and I* endeavoring to bring: I t you i spread and far reaching, but : and
the slightest trace of Intoxication." contamlnators ot society, expressed which guaranteed you certain Funk served dellov. cream apparatus has been brought b
F about a settlement of the account' i It comes to the man who to playingthe I 0 ,
vat the Fort Dallaaj National Bank lanek 'I The change in this country Is [ regret that the punishment, dividends from your store or I role of the 'state calamity howler : cake during the the General Clectnc Co. 4ep
and childrensI'e
.a a Mrs. H. B. Murray 100.000
ana every even more marked. Th* Philadelphia wan inadequate ana inaicaieacourse business enterprise securing against ," depleting as he does, dire ca sad tested for
"" t for cob Record says: "Tere is a wonderful I of procedure that may land I lane. yon would be glad to lose I lamlty and misfortune to public and expected home from a moatll'"blt tion. '.
'tar the change la the direction of temperate some of the trust magnates In Jail. I a little sleep In securing such s form commercial enterprises, w. can aot I tn Mkhlgaa. t

s oa community.Th among IMng-both la food and drink John D. Rockefeller's private i of insnrsnce-wouldn't you t 'refrain from noticinghto onslaught Mr. Cullen Peace r.n home The output of the Ru. .a '

'' oat aualea4 among the within the memory of old-timers In fortune may be seised to pay fine And yet In say business under the and bin willingness by hto false prophecy I n.r1.trom a pleas, la the Bake d'stilct .. b
.. eastern points
The Installation
*..- Philadelphia. This ls especially notable aggregating $117,10.000. sun what amounts to such s policy 1 and bin biased Judgment to nre I ly Increased ty recent
largeat |
Governments attorneys assert that intelligent I sad a short rtolt with his parents turbines to drive the lee-
awn NaUooal In the habits of business men, of Isfcursnoe to embraced: la sn crest aDd bring swat sn. ..uNttlI4eo.dlUoa. of steam
If he falls or refuses to satisfy thefudgmeet campaign. ati South Whitely ladtona.Vise trio and for the pumping.
Bake the sitaat who find they cannot keep the pace i sdverttolng in the business sffelrs of dv.mo
already rendered k* to liable Selma Freedlaad. *t Miami, .
that was installation
anleas hold themselves la campaign
tics and eho they rigorous to No advertising our State. H. too. to aa undesirable school her Monday.It .
for conspiracy will
form by tempering *ppetlt* -oaa to indictment I wefl-deTlsed aDd carried ont with open
Uae Bask dtlien. He too. by hto ever holdingout
srtb* plan of Blseayn small
,. several
to: Insure easy digestion. They do aa Illegal act and with other unflinching persistence" ever failed to dark future to rumored that I The figures on Jn. np }Q13of
and a
;( g Trust Company as the most '1'01II4 ot the company's officers to liable on actual "Profit Insurance"for predicting house will be bath la different par. electric rail war systems ttte give
and possible method of keep up steam by judicious Bring.Th furnish does do harm while he complainsaad
lung only
eoavtctloa to imprisonment for two 1 of the town to rant during the t.II $s,1e8,414.eee or mor"
th. tall worth ot Ilk. change In the habits of the a business.The makes suck 'calamity howling'alarm ss G
:'over receiving Indictment ,
tied th. Imsy reset who curry the world onthurehoalden years on etch count of the cost of this sort of Insurancefor of Itself would never have la season. half of the amount InvestM
their 'money, >w .p" indicator
a busi
Jade; LanJl hal C. W. Pierce was a roads la this
Fort Dallas N* JosaU Bank std lath Is noted la all other a store or other enterprise Is not"beyond i anywise created any distress la finance C.palf steam c..t.\
? collect all Uses, Palm Beach
determination to West
a D and
unless trie light power
emitted you D
: countries. your means la branch of the business 'lt e.p
or any
lands ot ajfeceiver.I either from the parent company or Friday. .0..,. ..
estimated at
We are learning better how to live are one ot the folks who ought not i world. nan ad .

:. Tkosa deposttor*. who ban eoa- II. the matter ot eating and drink- the subsidiary corporation wblcn to be in business at all, which you "Some newspapers are 'calamity I Mrs. R. H. Rowan are .
ciliated themihrea. Into a deposi b* say ta a mere fiction for the the parents of a flv* pond girl! bon low grad>
lag we ar.'wbIn' la our day and are not! This cost to partially payable bowl rs.' Noticing more or lees, I.a .I A system treating
tors' committee, to explain sad Index eplI.etarwa thra our ancestors were.Temperance purpose of escaping liability and. In c sh, of course, but onlypartially. i, they work ss does this Tuesday Iron .la aa electric smelter with
other depositor late doing as falling in this to proceed againstthe ot it to .D"'abl'l All the farmers are busy set tins medium, instead
In business and protessioaql I A large part payable gentleman. Just let & I graphite .a ru.
they hav* 40.-11I.> the Fort I' lit* has ocm to be a matterof i private fortunes of the Individuals. by experience. In what Is generally ,1 proposed that doe* not suit certain plneaple. plut The Boynton acreage of coal, I.. Iavewted by '
Bank of all obligation 1 1I
1 TJaUas National i matter." will be (oa.tdeaDc I Norway Th* Irost !
neresetty. The world has no use known U "grty corporation Interests and straightway a Mr Hlorth.
*-are working 'without pay or for the Intemperate man. 1} does The Standard 011 Company has I II This does not mean that yon must I I these papers begin to depict I II this year. Mr. Ireland, of J.aeD. and Steel Institute has awarded bias
..u.s. reek aad on* of them fallen apon'evll days. Never agaJe: I I which '
vtry wilt twenty
I not trasft him. The mat whoa mind "worr,." It means that yon must that public works will be closed plant Kr wn a prtte
saoeessful business aad arecapable will it make the profit or declanth .e.
men any
aN Is befuddled by drink Is not waated I I think-that you must plan and execute. I down capital will be driven from I i be the largest planted Y 1
v of working oat this. situation I dividend It has for years enJoyed. I; .
la place of trust responsibility be person here Ibis ,er. The size ud'veltage of
sty << or have tII.'State. and development will I II tnDc
Ot ..err' Some of its methods I
i to th* best Interest I
whether it be bankor I make advenlstng for Is long
\ managing a beea legitimate under the. laws of You can your blocked Never was 'community e dl.t:
l' depositor. I feeding a railroad switch. 1 trade and competition but It bas campaign your "Policy of Profit Insurance howler' one half the Injury la his mtosioa work eoatlMuea t,
: tt yom are a depositor la th* Fort Tie intemperate maR isjares his !" I The General Electric Co. !
: reported to schemes that gave It a ;I sphere, that the** 1Ie1rsp&fers.re
Lr-t" ''Dallas NatloaaLBaak std If yon a"'l mind std body his character his vast and undue advantage that de- o In theirs. He has never been guilty ,MR. E. A. ctsdy.. N. T sr* sow buildlag OB

>. tot thoroughly" tamlliar with tie; value as a worker In any Held of servts condemnation regardless of POOR MIS.ERABLE of working his trade for the protection WADELL ore a a..1 of transformers e
proposition ot eke Btoeayn Bank A worthy .endeavor ash lowers k.w. for operatlo
himself whether they' affect the price of o 1 of any latorett. He has never npt1.
Trust Company It.. a duty yoa. socially.: Mea are learning how or not. MAN! had any ulterior motive IA his low RETURNS FROM .t 140,000 ,,01U ,

owe yoarseK' sad your financial Intents to lire more rationally. What Is I calling but it to rather the outcome e e e

that yea can: at the Baa- called a drinking man has no place _-o-- It has come at last! We expected of the lack of sense on the poor A special dispatch from L.." + '

cays! Hotel whr the mattes will in society. The sentiment against It would The newspaper paragrapher be I
p ONE WAY OF man's part, sad he to to pitied states that we.re. .
aDd makes NORTH
laughs at
tie ,tally explained to yea by some who misery
: Intemperance Is based oa common I rather tnair abused. now (
member of the depositors' committee sense. It lisa had more Influence, BUILDING STREETS Jolcea about death, has often yelled I With the "State howler" they :or their nerves so ss to '

..r Mr. i. A. McDonald the trust** more effect: than all the prohibition Waaehala. in "Help1"! when referring to the newwoman I would run the risk of creating distress the manifold duties ot the social sea
The cil/'of taken
;it th. present' plan Is patronised laws that hate been enacted, and but the reader. and aneaslnees in sa effortto son. aa electric battery KS
{ larg amount DeSota Connty.eis going to ImproveIts It to be inertly the boy's cry of MrE. A. Waddell, who retsrnelSaturday Spl. .
'and supported a very | ; overto **. streets and) roads within I "WoU!" But hers comes s serious andpleasure
win be paid sight from s
t mossy mu who drinks places a lau become fad
young limits and Its city)I dads and equitable laws that would never treatment a e
corporate the British Associationfor
voice from ate
positors wlthla a very short Urns- himself and hlmeelf trip to New ,, .
handicap on puts .\ have worked say harm to capital or
have set about culminating the project the Advancement of Science calling
as BOOB as th. govorament receivership In the Th hsbl! other northern ertiea. state thatwhile ,
danger son* ot rather remarkable I in anywise retarded development.We la Germany, four ot the
| relieved--aad 1 pat ta circula by adoption a for protection of weak managainst In New Y,rk. b* LI.
s t.
may Dot master him bat then is ordinance, the first section Prof. Armstrong I know of ao distress in our State, pU big engine drive
strong woman fir .
business and financial store of links, on
tion. It Is to th fruit
i always more or less danger that it do know of any cessation The ladder
of which reads as follow.: I for nor we by engine
Interests ot the city sad coeaMalty in an earnest plea mercy sad Brmdwsy, and there saw a beautiful eetrlty. .
will. It has don la millions of account of
a so .
enterprise on f ,
Connell are
"Be It ordained by the City advanced I any *
from women, nays: "The wde .pb e
"* .thst this matter be adjusted I cases. It Is not a necesrhy. It Is of the City of Waachula.: Srtlon. I woman apparently is agreskirely bent any statute law books. Bat we will display of Malgoba. muC with electricity storage .u.,

|./ 'as soon aa possible. Will yo. leud not s benefit. It Is a false pleas- l. That the City ot Wanchula displacing man ererywhe-re. sy now that It to sot the fault of Surprised and les Each maculae to ..t with,,

Jeer assistsa 4 te bringing about are. The safest way la to avoid it shall be. aad to hereby established upon At the same time It to obvious she II the Times-Union and one or two j to outdo motors of T to 14 Th.
I tw
i jthto condltionT Th. Metropolis a.3 I that w. the er-JICo this r tm1': '
; altogether.IS la the State of St
win do sa independent roaJ district tn conformity Is becoming more neglectful' of her papers I the lII.cb'can cover a tt

t litrrea 7" fOe, with the Charter of said own domain and In consequence the have not been frightened. into a real made himself known to Mr. ., miles wlthO recharging.

A GOODPROPOSITION I City. foundations of the home are being panic, because their coin ens navebeen after few .
"That all male persons over the crowded with article after article sad discovered a Can' to enjoytag a
y II IIulI.dennSlI.ecL" asked, that the maa goes Etrllt w.
ANOTHER I age of twenty-one and ander forty Prof. Armstrong, who to a distinguished that would if given any credence lions being from In Spain 1.

,, SLAXDERER: After carefully Investigating and flv* years of age who are or have chemist holds that the traditions lead one to believe that our la the show window were I ties exist where the eler tl

been residents of the City of Wsuch which bare guided women I country would soon be r Ined. TIle amt I I. used and everywhere 1au

a F Every CMC ta a wall some fool considering the latest propositionfor ola for thirty days, and who are In the put are being abandoned, newspaper that tries to protect tII.eorponUon. In conversation with Mr. Hicks.Mr trials.o are adopting the m
ultimate'' settlement of the to readyto
or fakir rash** into print with a as not from road work .' Interest to largely to Waddell states that a* construction
legally exempt I and if disruption la to be ., Th*
t obligation* ot the Fort Dallas Nat of that particular .t
all be
take can get
that does Florida In the
story ststeawnt under the laws of the State of Flo some selenitic conception blame for any uneasiness cal apparatus la the Empire) a
local Bank to its depositor the has seat 4
-1 irretstrabl damage. Recently rids, shall be subject to work make mutual duties and nO""j *y market." tri sad .mlI. kept pac with the demand sal t
Metropolis betterea It to doing what Miami to
who dealt oat a those from
,w. had. Row.lL and repair th* public: streets and of the sexes must bo o and motors are imported
." oaf bat to right In advising the depositors of his customers, sorters, D.IO
and SOIL
to reads 1W'e
dos* bridge la said city under the direction He says: "My present ( According to reports. The Roof America Germany ant 5wll4
to concur with the promoters of the I the wealthiest
was promptly thowa ap as a liar sad of the marshal for not I In behalf of and ,
city file a petition for help Garden Tragedy wasn't either good dUle. --
Biscayne Bank A Trust Co.. la bringing
f Ignoramus of th* very first order.Now about this result. more than atx days la each calendar the weaker sex the men those trail I' bad or anything else. I dry. THIS IS TRVK DEMOCRACY
w* have toe .Dr. John B. With year; provided however that 1 cnfatures who are absolutely ''dependent &. Tbe Hicks fruit store lau the reputation
The Biscsyn Bank A Company
Trust -
too. who says that the temperatureat upon payment to the city marshalof women. It is ourpride of being the bess trait Articles Faith LaU Down
to backed b ysoch men H. upon Commissioners of Escambla tile ,
140 as The County catering to .
reaches degrees la the United
Dry Tortaras fifty rents per day for the number and privilege to fight for women I Jefferso
M. Flagl J. .B. parrott W. H. have called a wet I T
r. County alone finan
West CUtoenf class who are
J" to th. shads. Th Key: ,
| ,, ot days required to work, an/ ss well ss to provide food and wealbf
Beardsley. J. T. Dtomukea. J. A.MeDoa.14 election which Is to corns oft
1 or dry the higher
\ :very quickly takes th* learned man person subject to road duty a* provided ralnroent for them. Before they : to Consume The Trtbaa belto
t ',p and by tact and figure makes and others, whose word for. tn this ordinance shall I on October 1st. Dade will no doubt grade fruits from the Hicks ator Fo P
secured a.. before they: marry ne, lac there .acl a te'
and ability be sufficient to
1 htm.everything bat a person with s should be exempt for the period of one : we are called upon to show that wean tall in line next I Beside the mangoes there were to forget,the article of 1
Inspire confidence la It. The ,
tor tbe truth. Th* civlsa proposition ---o-- la the window,
regard avocado
high the
,ear. provide the means to keep the I pears DetnoiTatic Party a* laid down by
to for the new concern to widowers who stay \
: These summer and Mr. Hicks told Mr.
a aye b* from Miami th.
I house going. Shall we not seen Thomas Jeaeraoa. produce
h It Dr. Job B. Watson protes'atr take over the obligation ot the : out till 4 a.m. to see the new comet Waddell he received (0 sad 1
justified to asking women to prodaew I tat same They are:
of psychology la the University Fort Dallas National, Bank, prongIng LET THEREBE II would I give a star performance If them and the same ef1.rI.UY
certificates of competency" and give I cents a pie ro The people, the only source.
.t Chicago was correctly quoted is the depositors will relieve the urged to spend an hour at prayer-
NO SURRENDER proof they are skilled In all matters for the maal W.a IPa"'Dc.Mr'l power
latter Institution of all obligations to
recent tosa* of the Chicago Davy to household management meeting. I 1" sad everlasting severance il
them and In the end them dollar relating .. Rik to. abl.t
-.News, b is duly eligible for the I pay With the troubles of the tl le.1 : Is not the time at sand I m.aob.. la thin sent of charb sad state.The ?
for dollar their claim
on the
highest honors la the Anaaatosdab. Two propositions confront the tie.s.poalton. graph operators Ind the Western' when the pendulum should awing With Governor Broward la to tlt h* would take them all freedom sovereignty and Ia

t ., I Onion the Metropolis has no concern ; back and women cease their unreasonable North' Claude L'Engle In the mountains dependence of tile respective states t

/Th* doctor:i has bees spending of the. One to to refuse the Trust offer ao 1I\0re.1 at least than any I competition with meat The and Peter O. Knight at Hot Hammer Diarrhoea ta The union s confederacy, a eons y 4-

tome time at Dry Turtsgms, study- I Btscayn Bank A I II other citizen would have who ouIlke place of women in society Is defineJ Springs the Florida political stage pad; neli her a ro.114.ta aorcentralUattoa a
language ta which Co. and continue claims against te devoid of its greatest attrac i of the
tag th gull the Fort National to see differences between eapl by nature. She to superman." now During the hot weather .
,k* claims to have attained great I which Dallas BaJak.j' tel and labor. Prof. Armstrong appeals to women I tions.- Palatka Times-Herald. v summer months the first uauituml The constitution of the reins a

proficiency, and to which M one hMaay In full probably can the never pa of But the )Ietropolis, a* a part use to adapt themselves to their own 1 ----0-- i looseness of a child's bowels should special writ of granted power limited
objection bat who k* states the Biseayc or accept Bank A proposition Trust Company II parcel of the Associated: Press m nature, and not simply to follow The Los Angles limes thinks that hive Immediate .Uent. 1 u to I and defined.

1 _that th* temperature there reaches concerned when employees of that men They should glory la meeting "the brown mn are certainly: check the JlsessA MoN become* The civil power to
which full
141 ta the shad h* to paving the settlement, promise to effect a organisation without grievances either the requirements of their own natural : den when It to taken Into .woa.1 I serious All ( nccemary Is I.a military power pr..at

way' for hto admlvioa toss' even of alt obligation of the I against the newspapers or tile dat.-., which ihlefly relate to ation that half of them are not big few doses o Chsmberlaln Colts I Ii The representative to obey U tastrnctlors -
Fort Dallas National Bank Th
hotter eKm whea k. shaffles off this word of the gentlemen mentioned* organisation and without au'horl- borne life. W* fear the appeal come j, enough: to take a good kick at." Tae :i Cholera and Darrl Remedy full of hU OftllU f

ti ,' BtorteJ'eoO."We above to given! that this can and will ty from the National officers: leave too I late. Certainly It will have no I Lilliputians took Gulliver snawares : lowed by a dO t 01 to Elections free ac ..t...*,

soay be jeharttable enough to be don with the of the their keys la an effort to enforce effect on those of the temlnene gender and made him prisoner before he cleanse the .,.e ". M O. I vernal t..

..,pope that th* doctor didst support unreasonable demands, and. by to who are dissatisfied with their knew what had Happened. The I Stock land, pastor of the Frt M. E. No hereditary oOc. order o Iota

mess what h* said literally, for Hell positors.The ". de-I doing refuse to await the consideration own natural sphere tn life, and who. United States to no Sleeping giant :1 Church Little Fills, ., writes-: I :,o taxatloa beyond the public

f t a statement is!I absurd *a Its fae*. fair aa proposition can be mta*seems. It to of their demsnds by the directors while professing to scorn man seek 'We have used Chsmberlaia's ColIc I want.No .

bat B v rthleM nQ reckless assertions sad and the i of the Associated Press. to imitate him and to enter the The Houston Pont observe that ; Cholera sad Dlarrnoea r110 : naManal debt if poswrbl
are' harmful to oar lUte aid can be culminated with the There to neither ethics nor honor In domain of his actlvltlea. Prof I IAnulrcnlt' "Governor Ham Patterson's call to ; several years snd find It ye No co tli soUndor of .-r

ar* ta line with the many other sack action and so far ss the Metropolis appeal !:0 behalf< of ex-Tenneseans enumerates every ;"nable mdy. especially for summer ; No of oplll.l
O o
greatest the depositor
success providing :
.slanders that ban faced their way Is concerned: It respectfully the weaker sex. the men, those waiting Joy except: the glorious oil Jlsorder In children." Sold by public prrlp
ot the Fort Dallas National 411
Into print to th* detriment of Flo- I Bank will leaj their assistance and I but earnestly urges the officers ot frail creatures who are absolutely jug with the corncob stopper that Is I Biscayne Drug Co. 1 No unnecessary b rf'TTOC* t

ride during tile past few months. give tile new concern sufficient: Urn the As ocUuited Press to decline toyield dependent" on women." will barfly eagerly waiting to be pulled out." I ---- Individual c'd1r property or

Any person who has ever spent a to these men. le any way. be heeded Man must Hunt for tit There will be no stopper by the time ERECTING A COHMOrMOTB speech.
to ont the obligations it to '
mama oa tile Florida keys knows willing to Incur. shape or form. sronni h. -lands .n. an.! If heat- they get here sad the governor tookIt f FRAME D\LUXO : No favored classes and so moaonolle 1

that the temperature rarely re cues I Think the I II The newspapers of this country: not hold It IUD ltlo". women will oarupy for granted that all old Tennes- .

tt degrees, and that ,taken the year I, proposition orer. you cannot be strangled by a handful tt. Let man defend himself. !want would understand that I Mr J T. Knight has just comnenred No pubic moneys expended "seeplly s
determine welch
tJ:>t T*end w* IIa,.. the most equable the beat for final settlement appear of men who bare DO consideration lip but he C'.n. If woman overcomes the er.to' of a IZ1 fr.mo %arr:.nt "f .iw
;: and delightful climate ta the wont. I' of claims a against the Fort: for Ibelr contracts They may bper&aaded him all he can do Is to yield Ex'United States Senato James re-M. nee on Wait 12'h .:re/t. at rmrl s > f covrrnment la*** s

The only reason oar people have for I Dallas year National Bank. The situation but they will never b* -c>-- -- Smith. of :New Jersey, has been sued the. corner of Avenue H. and will ce*.iM.. going roit ta summer Is that it I time E. II. Weight because rush the same through '" cnTapl"- for
which would confront in forced..nd this is ss good a Hon. Joseph G C*''M''H. sleaksr for $100000 by P"the cnm'wntMtlon public
1 you
'is coasHered' tile fissionable thing another demonstrate the fact Governor receptionhe noon ss potwlhle he and his *
the as to itiu quoted Insn at the ton 8 : I Biscsyne Bank A Trust Cornpa of the last houala : .nk.
T to.: do. i! .. st the could be I Sink or swim the Metropolis'voice I, ujted this language: ''It kept family occupying It when IJDIJe. economy. t :
Klaety-OB df'C'eea"' th* max- i nj very worst cot I I It
Is for war to the bitter end. Charlie Bell the wan( agent, busy h.
..... .OmentaN recorded by th* more distressing than that which: I "What doon think of Mr. Tsffschances t '
the American with wine I ;
It knows peo- keeping Wright" supplied DX F RLc ( Iz
exist at present._ ., ,
nptl1."rJ..o. I
w' rutted States Weather B.reA..t for th-
pl.. always just when the true fact and women" Mr Smith might plead ,
v Key' West this summer-sad! that are laU before them, win I aeyvr "Don't know al) damned thing that he was tlmp'y! raying tributeto I And all when help : attacks of enllo sad diar
If th reports John Sharp WUltoms says: I These are dog days, 'o I.t.p Ant
only *a tent dav. about them. '
sanction this outrage upon the As Mr. \\ right s capscltyA Is within reach Herblnr will make rhoea come on w'thout wamlag sad
'.... -Dr.Wsttos noprJ\tll Thank God. I fought a clan fight and one should Ihlnk of politics I Ir I
by mutated Press newspapers, and indirectly co .. Its duties prompt relt".f must b* '*
.pJIa'ar. no.ssor* reliable uiaa su and kept the faith the old Democratic upon them. I I don't : I r New Jersey town Impose* s tax I that'r. liver J. perform B Vas-ths. Elba proper A's.. I Iwr. I There Is no neeessMy of tacnr. .,
his faith, midway between plutocracy "
i sta'...ta about th* weather, What about the ,tariff :
thinks *
of ttOA on bachelors and constant suffererfrom I the nf s
tssssrches' kT. beet. a _ute of and mobocracy. Thank God, --o-- "t>e. belt Nothing' doing I tellyon" I. "Belrg a 'I P"rD' pIJ' .
such If .
they should not kick over al constlpa'loa and s dlad.I'Inr. In >lb Omblal,) yIr.
nch atrwk agala that I was fcaoagh to .,
oH strong I
tlmo. It. la tact the tin Tfcas: far this yammer health con I' when the : Cholera and Remedy
paltry sum they: escape I have found Heroine Dar
drY preach doctrine
h s s sty' vales aides say ot.aws.taat helpfulness dttlons have beea excellent. No Wonder If Uncle''' Joe ever gets care and expenses of matrimony. i medicine for these I. at bang A this retnd/
and not mutual hat tbl.
eimMa"ceL e' earth." And Mr. Williams won.oa heat prostrations,, either. cnssln': mad When the right; womsn happens! Into I tle b m.rkf. I have .. C I I win relieve the patWat befor a

'I _. 01 the old I believe K to ben doctor could arrlIt has never
J his life most cynical rsntly.
Is oaly on. doe not svecd. to ba I. I
Local experts say tkerf metal to would forfeit if necessary : merlcine: ef Its kind! and I .') ben known to fall, VB in
bachelor aa eye t.
father sum
Mnltoba Benfta that way'( catering desnagogao ordV to wlasuccess. Only things to eat and Jrtak an* John D jdcesat I

to.L W mxago.>. henry of tt aced jr ad The poopl hsv* more taboJlUelaaa- wear are high IB price Happiness glv* a COllaw..... his wandering ta order to annex her And sufferrr from these trouble to.I most severe and Jaagerovs cases

of it. but *wonder a >4 kas ss ,'tla- tetUgest* thaaAsvm* Is at the same old figure remansla.'excang boy' U" so lose s she| gets three. a aatn she does com along he to ev. kn."w the good .eW dealme. 'I and For no sal family by Biscay should Drag b It. our,is

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HT.%TK OFFICERS COtJXTT COCRT Jbst For I Proposition and Proceed !I F )
I Jefferson to 1 Gamewell Ire alarm symesa. Ousjiderabl ti

I .. discussion war given OM ),..
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Mien Iteyeev.
,f flevernor Sa(>C.I on B. BrowardSfwearv I' MlamLR. the Year From June 30, 1906., to June 30, I Jackson, of ChicagoAnd Erect City Fire Hall By matter of purchasing the** article i'! I
of State H Clay CrawfordAttorney "
and It was expressly understood that
R. Taylor Prosecuting
oVneral . W. H. EllisTreasurer I 1907-The Millage Fixed for Ensuing Year-Special Itself they tha'l be of the very beet M t
. Knott'Comptroller If
W V.
: and workmanship throughout.
I Terms, first Monday ta January. i Will Be Brought Here inFill
: . A C. Croomoss Early Finishing with tLvs matter the .. yboard
April July and October. Emergency Bonds Voted-Other Mattersfrom I I
< of Agriculture B. E. McLls via the Mississippi and opened bids for paving lamed' .1'11
y its, tendent of Public ln true- -- II I street from Avenue C: to O' sal "p
4%. flea . W. H. Holloway OOUJTTT OFF1CKRS. I ..
Gull Coasts--A Splen. awarded the contract to R. B. Hwkl ;
AJltatant General J .C. R.Foster A COMPETENT FOREMAN TO I in the turn of 1771 n.'f" .

8ts.e Exs nlner . Ernest Amos Probate Judge .. U"D. ..HeyserTax ] Tuud\y' Dally I did Craft I Tae clerk) was authorised U idvertis r.1 I

.... Che .tat . . R. E. Ro! 4ss.-.*or . Geo. O. Butler I I for bids for paving Mh sad '"
Offis Tallahassee .FIs Tax Collector\ .. Thos. J. H.r4"l At the meeting of the city council i board of equalization of the tax 10ta streets and Avenue A. aad spas ';

rr f I Treasurer . .. Ge*. O. last night: several matters of Importance roll. Both commonle.toDa.: were The new cabin launch Florida laying an eight; Inch sewer as Ntatk- ;1)
ST ITK: COMMISSIONS County Clerk .. Z. T. Merritt came op among which was received anl filed. i' built by tile Oshkosh Boat works Be Employed and Work Under the and Tenth streets r
i iI
k. ; Sheriff . . John Frohock I the fixing of the menage tax for the City Treasurer HInton reportedto for Jffferson Jtekson of Chicago I A few other matter of rotta*>, 1
-- I Supt of Public InstrsUoi ensuing year and the Issuance of I council that 'he JJO.OOO of bond I was launched Saturday theDolly Supervision of the Board-Fire : nature were 111'811.I4 u.*,, ;;

...r4 of Trustees, Internal Im- . . . R. 11. Hafl 16,000 emergency bonds Another : money, which was on deposit in the Northwestern of says O hkoeb.I when the meeting ajjoaraed. ,
s..venint Fund The Go1'.rComptrollf.r. Fish and Game Wardra W.N.Hull matter was the receiving of a reportof \ Fort Dallas National Bank. Is anl1.I .I Wit, and U being trl..a out Apparatus Was Pnrcha ed-The --- ,tsi
+ w, Trespurer. the receipts and expenditure: of able It was the sense of council I preparatory NEGRO MAN CHAROKD "A
J'' the city council and board of public I that Mr Hinton furnish council :I to being taken to that city Streets to be Paved and Other WITH LARCENY Of HOKSXFtaaklla ..
for the
CO1OIISIONIR1 Bumm r. tn the fall ibc
curvnrGe works for the rear June 30.,1906.to with another bond In the sum or 19t.
r will be taken to Miami Fla by )Ir. Work Done
Beard of Education Tha Oover- Jnne 30. '
; : > lt07. 130.004 for the safe handlln and McBat. charged vttk 't!'

set, Secretary of State, Attor- *. B. Baker halrmaa . The mlllage tax matter came up manipulation of the bond money It i to Jackson.Chicago will The be trip made from water Oshkosh byway larceny of a hors belosglas t.. Gee

say Ge1I al.TreMuw and Sap- . . .. Weal Palm Draik In a resolution offered by Mr ReilI will be remembered that Mr. Hln I I of Appleton, Green Dy Bay, and H. H. Go**, was glvea preliminary ) t
rtntendent of Pabll Intfu R. L. Wall .. . .. . OJu I ly and was adopted as follow: ton held a personal bond secured by Sturgeon Bay and then down Lake hearing before Justice HiD this alternoou. -
taui. C. W. McPhersoa ... . Stuart A pptu. Millagft officers of the Fort Dallas\ National and held for trial U o. oj
Bend of PsrdousTh* Ootvrsr A. Le Alien ... . .. Miami General Fund .. Ilz.tle 19 Bank but Elate that InstlntlUon has Michigan From Chicago she will Having tired with making attemptsto I criminal court. ROM Wyaajeharw-

e Secretary of State Acton A. T Carter .. Cooanw GroveAttorney. Lights . . 1.21* 1 nothing further to do with the lI.ad-1 I be riven* taken hare before frozen the through canal and the let out the erection of the city ed with using proraa aid ab ew* 11Ialpap.

.., General and Commlsstanr R. H. Seymour Miami -- Mississippi river to Miami. buildings Or* hall and city 11&11-1 was given trial bets,* ".
of AgrtovHnr*. BOARD OF PUBLIC IH8TBTJCTIO BOARD OF ALDERMEN hv contract. the Board of Public' the sam eoan this. moraln t4 ';.

tr. W. W. Farts, chairman .. .Miami Receipt The new boat la completely Work yesterday afternoon decided: geed ft and geode or thirty dan,art, ,
mrncn' STATES BKSATOR equipped for cruising and U remarkably to take the matter farter In then paid
A. Pennoek NeptuneJ.R.Antbony .
Herbert Sh the tn I
sr. W**. Palm Bash Uncollected taxes 6-3&Q6 . . . 1 776 13 pretty la water. She measure own hands aDd go anead with the I f' .
Taxes 1906 Roll general fund. . . 12 010 20 fifty feet over all with erection I'
1E.. Hall. aleck .. . .. Miami .. of the tame, starting first I NOTICE'
JasMB P. Taltaferr .Jacksonville lighting . . . 3 609 06 17 415 39 foot beam. Equipped with a tw.I.I on the lire hall.
1 SUgAea R. Mallory. Peasaonla Leas, error in assessment. . . 532 00 horsepower Lamb engine, To do this the board will employa I All creditor*. legate. dJjCrfsw- I
CTTT OFFICBRS .. uncollected be able to "go some"although built' tees. and all penon hating elataM I nor
63007. attornev. 860 07 competent foreman, who will do
demands what th *C
WMTWD STATES CONGRESSMEN .. collector 877 49 2 269 56 15 145 83 for comfort more than ipeed. I the work under the direct supervision Drud'la C. MeConniek.* estate..*..*.. ,'"

Mayor . .... ... Jibe ewn Occupation Licenses . . .' 6 82ft 00 The boat U finished entirely In of the bard It waa also the are reqalr*! to presses ta* aaaM

First District k .. . Frank Clark Clerk .A ... Med R. Kelum Dog .. . . . 107 00 6 935 00 natural oak with the Interior tn sense of the board that this work within two yer from.th* lilt rah* '
t Jasper Treasurer *0.. ... Ben B.. HlatonAaeesBor fines and Forfeitures. . . . . 720160 white enamel. She It provided with be commenced at once and unless Ikation of this aotic* .to the .** a t

.p S.Msid District .. S. M. Sparknun . .... Ju. F. Jaadoa Miami Can Co. Franchise . . 100 00 four Mat rooms each with two flans miscarry" another week or ten deralgned. whose potoffleaddrea
; Tampa Attorney '.. ReJmond B Gutter bunks and baa a small lounging will tee! ground broken std the Is Coeoaaat Grov*. Flar1daelher.

%,, Thin District .. W. B. lAmar M.nhalt ... Frank B. .Harde Total 29 382 43Difbarwm.ata room with sliding doors opening bulldiag under way win thl notice win be pleaded: matt' .:.
v MonticeJlo Physician. Wm. a Gramllng. M.D. from the paaaage way which may Further thaa this the beard concurred bar of such claims.R: I
r. Sanitary Inspector .. R. B, N Municipal Judge .. Jaa. T. SaDd.nJaalneer Treasurer overdraft 6-30-06 . . 334 35 If desired la addition to tfcee council and agreed to purcaas* two Executor of lad 'win and ttamt
STATE: SENATOR, : .. .... John & Frederick Real Estate. . . . . 25000Furniture the engine room y provided with thousand feet of sew hose a stein I of Dndlla C. McCormick. SnpL of Streets John D Oodmaa and fixtures . . . .. 257 61 \ maUreseed seats which may be used I fire eogla and to Install a complete ceased. '.

lisa District. Brevard. Dad. ana Cued Fir Dept. . Dan Hardl Administration, city ., . . . .516198 a* beds In ease: of emergency, and -- - -- .
,f 8t. Lacl. Fred Hndson.. Miami F. H. Wharton .Prealdent. Council Interest . .. . . . . . 22S 69 a fair sized after deck U .lso pro

i Aldermen J. E. Lummus W. Lighting the city . .. . . 263026 vided.The.
r', IOK UB HOCPB OP' H. Chain*. J. O. Crosland. J. Maint. Cemetery . . ... . . 58 75 forward cabin to a combination G. C. MATTHAMS
RITRESENTATIVESJha : C. Tucker. I. B. Padgett. Jonn .. Fire Dept . .. . .. . 4 740 88 dlalng room library, pilothouse Prea. T. V. 11OOKE. Sec,

B. Reilly T. II:. Cheatham. Police ... . . . . 9292 18 and living room. A folding L P. PORCHER' WOOLFOU I tt
I* \ Board of Public Works T. N. Sanitary . . . . . 201151 table and win cabinet: are provided CRDTCHFELD 6
W. Watson ...... Mhml1F Gutter, chairman. C. D tatt Water and fire equipment . .. . 333 58 and a neat little galley U alao a Gen. Agent F a B. and in Transit Sates.Aft '

ler. W. W. Promt.. O. D. Broasier. Sanitary Dept .,, . . . . 493 00 part of the equipment. Mr. and Mrs. /#
I FISH COMMI8SIOXKR8 clerk.crrr Dole by B. P.W feed prisoners. .. . 324 50 26 114 28 Jackson: have engaged Oshkosh men

on for the engineer boat for and ihe chef greater and will part stay'Or l Indian River and Lake Worth y

J. T. Detwyler" .... New Smyrna BOARD or TRADB To bal per treasurer 3 268 j4 the summer. They win cruise about :

J. C. Rug .. . ... Apalachlcola Board of Public Works
Chicago for several weeks, after

1 RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS W. W. Prout . ...... President Cash on hand. May 31. 06 .'. . . 607628 leaving Oshkosh. Pineapple Growers' Association 4 :
J. O. Keller . lit TM-Preldent Unccllected tare May 31, Ofc) . . 1 817 33Tax. The upper deck Is equipped with

,,. R. Hudson Burr. chairman .. J. I. WHam .Zd ,VlcPr *Unt %. -06) Roll (8 mills) . . . 9 624 16 a high ratline and will be co..edwltb 4

.. .. . .. Uttl River G. Duncan Brosder . Secretary .. .. (Road interest). .. 2 40b 04 13 847 53 a canopy. A separate steer- We are prepared to sell your pines P. () tt, Ice transit,,. '
J. L. Morgan . :. ._.. Jasper rsldor Cohen .. .. ..... Treasurer Less error in assessment . . . 494 00 lag gear II also provided on the market or export. We are roar Sale Agents, not specula
ft R. C. Dunn, clerk . .. *adlaoa Board of Governor S. Bobo uncollected taxes, Attomey. d. S.f973 upjxw deck for Mr. Jackson and ton on)your fruit or buyer wishing to get your fruit u cheap '
Dean. John W. Watson. laldor i4 when the boat Is taken to FlorlJa as poaatble.Tbil ''
tt Offices: Tallahassee. Fla. Collector 713 t 1 1 757 34 12 09019
;$ I Cohen T. V. Moore. Rec'd for feed sold for . . 1 25 the upper deck win tie used for al Association is the grower orgaaiaatio. lot the'
poyd. '
t FEDERAL OFFICERSC.SCommissioner. -- Special Revenue Bond . .. . 1 000 00 purpose, except eating and sleep growers' protection and interest The grower ia safeguarded
) I COUNTY DEMOCRATIC Du: Aldermen for feed of prisoners. .' 324 50 ing. The equipment of the boat I by the standing of its officen and agents. Shipping stencil*or .
COMMITTEE Include electric light plant
lYed. an tampa and shipping book famished by ueawral Agent.Watch ,t -
R.Rand.Jr.l. which has been tested out and
'a Miami.C Wm. A. Filer chairman Lemon City 19 482 22 which works aatikfaetortly. In all
:. 8. INSPECTOR IMMIGRATION I George P. Bull eec'y-treu..01a brements: particulars It Is well equipped and this space for information as to -. '
Howard . Miami
1 Vaughn:. R. CUSTOM OOLLiXTTOR" I I IH I I Henry Styomann ...i. Stuart Construction, Buildings. . . . 97 28 convenient std Mr. Jackson Is proud results and market conditions l '
F. M Powell .. .. .... Jupiter of his boat particularly as It wu ,
Sewerage . 753
T Ferris . . .Miami |I System 37Sidewalks .
J Geo. W. Potter .Wst Palm Beach .. built after plans of his own mak-
J. F. Woodworth .. . Inspector and Streets : 3 756 46
R. H. Roumeaa . Boynton Rqnipffent team.. . 2S 00 roK. as to the Interior arrangement I 4,.
as .. .. ... .
+ W. W. Snell Pompano Furniture and Fixt IU, CH . . 57 71 I -
... ... DalrayJ. .
*# John 8. Sundy 'i
Mater and fire
F. Saxon .. _. .:. DeerfleM c-quiporent 2S3 48 EXTENSION CRAFTS
f Henry 6. Ch.bb..Reeetyer" Administratijn, B. P. W. fall 34 I c
t E. T. King: . Fort Lauderdale Orange and Trees
6rapefruit ,
I Interest . .
Gainesville.W J. W. Mnlllkln. .. ..... Danla 77 71 :
y, O. Robinson _. . Register C. D. Leffler . . 'Miami Maintenance, bridges . . . 745 05
Oalaesvlll. buildings 341 24 ARE BEING '
a ) I W. J. Sbone.. ... Cocoanut Grove
e r I C. W. Hill ...... Silver Palm equipment and team 1 209 96 We have for summer planting a good supply

KCFREXE COURT l E. H. Klrkmaa. . ... Cutler sewenpe system 203 15 of clean well !' f
sidewalks grown one and two buds '
and streets 5 171 22 LAID UPAt year 1.

R. F Taylor .. .. Chief Justice CITY KXECUTTVK' COMMITTEE Street sprinkling cleaning and garbage \ in all profitable Varieties which we sell at, II.
Associate J.. ('ft: .. B. Car- disposal . . . . 15 159 22 I .
4 ', ter. :W.A. Hocker. R. C. Coek- I Att.lnaoD-:: closing out pricesV; 0 guarantee our trees '
H. F. .. Chairman I -
f 'Wlate11.veil T. M. Shacklvford J.B. A. E. Heyser .... .t.. See'-T ***/ To balance per treasurer 4 333 00 NO WHITE FLY. Send for Catalogue

John C. Oramllng, Fred's 8. Berths in Miami River

?' SETKJfTH JfPICIAL CIRC'tlT Mora Harry C. Bud,*. Street bnlldlngs.ere .7.74 C ling of the bond funds council deems
Sinking Fund . 2.68 :x It necessary for the treasurer to Until They Shall be Needed The Winterhaven Nurseries

f: Minor S. Jones . ...JudgeTitnnule U. !S. POST) '4TEB Interest on bonds' . (,!>< 4 supply another bond '

A resolution was passed providingfor Again-Biscayne and the
Jots C. Jones .. Stat Attorney Harry C Budge .. .. .. MiamiC. Total ....... . .aU.877 SI certificates of Indebtedness WINTERHAVSN, FLORIDA e
Orlaado.Z. The matter of provi'ling emergency against all tots piece or parcels of Kennedy in the FleetThe ;4:; 9
T. Merrttt .. . .. . Clerk S. U *E SATING SERVICE bonda to meet current expense land abutting on 7th and 8th streets -- -- a
Buena Vista until taxes and licenses b gla to between Avenue D and Btscayne

Terms first Monday la March and j R. B. Shaw .. -.-Superintendent rome In, was taken up next bonds Drive In accordance with the assessments i Fred'k. S. Morse
f October. I I! Jacksonville.F : In the sum of ".000 bearing inter made by council June I'. ;

est of I per cent being voted lt07. result of a suspension of a
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.. 'IJ City Tax Assessor J. F. Jandon Mr. Ilnddleston's report of the good portion/ of the extension work
i submitted his tax rolls for the present receipts and disbursements of thecity i* beginning to be seen and felt
year, showing th. assessment council and the Board of Public here. Yesterday aflaraooa the BeaIEsEaEey
to be fl.m.OOO A communication .Works from June 10. 1101. to steamer Biscayne and a big barge

from the Board of Public Works June 10, 1>07. Is embodied In the were taken up the Miami rtver.above Offloe mp stajraCor. Av*. C aad IS th S*. ....
stated that that body has At as a accompanying table. the 12th street bridge. aDd laid up

and this morning they were followed -
Miami. Dade
Co. Florda
ly Injunction proceedings which by the steamer Kennedy and the
Uncertainty CITY COUNCIL was decided against councll.amount- dredge Hough RIder.
ed to SSI.7S. payment of.the same! It Is stated that quite a number
being requested.> The mailer wi| of steamers barges, excava,ors. AGENT OR LANDS OF *
referred to the e.ty; attorney for Investigation .' dredges, etc that are bring !forced
From Friday's Dally) aDd report at the Den, oat.of commissionby a partial susI l Florida East Coast Railway Co

Lajv of Human Affairs The most Important matter com- meeting .,I I pension of extension operations, Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. at
will be berthed the Miami river
leg before the city council last Upon request of {th* Board of up i
F *>* Public Works I within the next few weeks until such Boston and Florida Atlantic
mor.1 I l was InUrnwi Coast Land Co.
t night was a decision to provide time they shall be neeJed again ,
ted to proceed with the paving of i!
equipment for the lire dt' I 19th street! from Avenue D to Brick- ----- --- -- -- -- -
One was the purchasing &rtment.1 ell Avenue Also to pave 1th add I.

.; the suitor were certain of the success of feet of hose another the i i 10th streets from Areon B to B>scsyne :The Roof Garden Tragedy

IF steam fire and third the drive, aDd to sewer the ..
a engine a I The Ocklawaha
& his cause, courtship would be a dull affair. nstallatlon of a Gamewell Fire I from Avenues E to Dfl with eight I'| Nurseries

If it"were always certain that a given result Alarm system.Several irch pipe. It was also the sense o ;, ( From Saturdays Dally)I'I ":
,J bids were submitted foe coundl that Avenue A b* paved from !j TANQIRIN.. FLORIDA 'i:
would follow human affairs I I 10th to 12th street 'I Mordaunfae-Roof Garden Trag- .
a given cause hope W. A. Lofton had two DI Council in a good bill payingmood : edr, written by Mr. Hal Mordannt Want Orange Growers! to know that I'J.
one In the sum of SI cents and was ] H Is to their interest t* buy toss
'hi.; I would lack zrst'!' Happily certainty is only a other! I* cents per foot. F. O. th.1 and authorized that the but I of Ibis rttr, and presented by the from their stock. Because they have THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA. "

r word-while uncertainty is a law-a condition la MlamL The Aetna Rubber of $15 for typewriting the new city I author and a strong cast of localstage GOOD RESULTS can only be obtafted from tree that have aa aboadaae P.,
\ I talent at the auditorium last
Co. bid 80 and to cent respectivey cbarter In the um of $25 be paid. I of GOOD ROOTS stems that are STOCKY top WELL DCYXLOPKX :
# ,, I leavening all human effort. That you>| will oa two grades of hose. The It. I The ordinance providing againstthe Diehl.bro'Jlht out a full house part- I and leaves aDd woodthat Is ENTIRELY FREE OF INJURIOUS INSECT: !'
I opening of barber ships on Bun-! I' Iy because: of the popularity of the LIFE. ONR TREES
all then
E. Ploof Machinery Co. offered bur I I GOOD POINTS la theIr favor aad ww.corldally
;t 1 reach your' appointed destination on your day waa laM on the table Indefin play wherever presented and partly invite
< ply hose at f 1.10 per foot and threeply : your Inspection. SPECIAL LSDCCKMNBTS i .** a
I next street car ride is not a certainty. It is at *0 cents The Eureka Hose I itely.The I l because of the cast and the pains It I ed to those wbb win place their orders now for fall delivery. OCX. NaTW 11
that had been tagen In staying!
l Co. had In three bids aa follows: ordinance providing for a II- EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN PROUTIO .
probable; it is likely; but the chance is always Eureka hose $1.10; Paragon $1; I reise of $500 for selling secondhand |, The play, portraying the killing of A3 PINEAPPLE ASK ABAUT I". CATALOGUE* FAH ;"'S.
I clothing etc. .Introduced at a Stanford Wlhte by Harry Thaw and
1 ; there that something will prevent. That a I' Red After Cress considerable'0 cents.discussion council i previous: meeting was advanced events Incident thereto proved all I Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries )

certain sort of advertisement of a store will decided to recommend that one through Its second reading and tiles that had been expected or anticipated j
1 of it. and from to end
thousand feet hose at carried over for future action. beginning
produce a logical and expected ,result is not tl per foot. and of one Paragon thousand fee It was the Intention of the boardto i he audience was Interested and excited O. W. CONNIft Proprietor.Tangerln gills. c/'
fix the city tax levy, but as the ss the sensational features of *, Fiends. I
of Red Cross at to cents foot. t
certain. It is and likely. per
always probable Board of Public Works still have the tragedy came out. The staging I
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be -
purchased.The Or M. S. BURBANK. Apt, Miami, rirlda 't
: But some combination or circumstances may I. matter of purchasing a Me the atsetsment rolls, this matter I could not have been better or mow .
e- tropoltan flre engine from the La- I along with that of Issuing specialemergency suited when the llm'ted space Is Our CREOCIDE: preoaratlon for the destruction of aata Haa. u. "::1
intervene to prevent the complete result hoped Franc: Cola the sam of ISHO was bonds to tide over 'the considered, end this was taken In- I other vermin will do the work.

for. The "element of chance which enters referred to the Beard of Public cite until license and taxes beginto { to connlder.tlon bv the audience.il f.y.If'
Works, with a reotmmenauon that come In was carried offer !< The cant was the best to be had -
I- f into newspaper advertising is a small one. it the same be purchased: on the lowed next: Monday, night when a meetingwill In the city and, besides Mr Mordant \ :
Jf and best terms possible. b-. ,held to dispoe of- thed. I had tech well known performers asMr i Miami Bottling Works
is true but it is there, as it is everywhere else Th question of a fire alarm system Owing to President Wharton being -l I F J. O'Belrne. Mr Stuart Heyher. -,

mayor pro tern In the absence Mr. Molt Yarborough Mr. O. r
in life; those who look for certainty rill fait system was taken up mxt. The (
Gamewetl Fire Alarm Co submitted lof Mayor Seoell. Mr. J. E.: Lammesa von Mwer Mra. AlphorN! B*nanI : WALL & Mc60WAN. Props. \
sometimes find it. The merchant who advertises nv' iM as chairman withMessrs.
to *n otter to Install a system forth I I tart Miss Gretchen Hand Miss Ethel .
camtOt 12.(00, the Fame to be J. B. Rpl11,, J. I. Wilson W..llhf.r'y Yrs Wm. Offer Mrs mh Street, Near R. R., Miami. FlaMsaufaetarers '
in the
j MIAMI METROPOLIS,- I I. p. Padgett: : and J. C. Tult.r. Hand ;
thorough In every detail and have \\ 1. Hrtf!
knows that the "Law of Uncertainty" operates four alarm boxes with all necessaryswitchbosrds. \ member pret ent. and Miss Jells "al"-'rtson all of 1 of t,
s'ailon gong, waterworks hnm were excellent\ in their Patti, \ !i
in his favor Ninety and Nine T.imes gong etc This was alao referred I Mr. Hot son B. Saunaers. of WeetPalm t, individually and collectively.\ .
Public Works Beach. fpnt yesterday In tin e I rendereil by tile All Kinds of
t m WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE. to the Board 01 1 Ppeclaltlea were ::1
with the recommendation that the city and will rem!!", Here today and 1 '< Kanfman liters Harry MeN'lll.MIsi\
r "C tarn b* Installed. I tomorrow clewing up his political Annie Eager; aDd Miss Edna Wea'h' Soft Drinks '

O. D. Broiler clerk of t&* Board I campaign Mr. Saunders la a can. erly In dancing numbers The Bis-: \ .; J i 3; j
.r.- of Public Works advised council I 1 d I date for judge of the criminalcourt I cavne orchestra also famished InterI .
tha the cot of bringing the friend. I of record. l I mission music. Proaapt' Arusidoa t* AH Orflsra Oat-o-Towv Or4 r* st Wd. I

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Pay Sums of Mcney Into START WORK

the Treasury of Dade

County Invitation Issued to all Kentuckian OUT OF TOWN ASPECIAL OFFER

In Miami and Dade County

rail DID OF oio suit Attend and Become Members of CUSTOMERS E. B. DOUGLAS FOR THIS SALE

the Sodety-Its Object Stated
'. Tike ad-tatage of th M vaF W* will take nbcertpUoa 1

]latched Today By Final Decree Board Public Works 1 ties by fl0rlnc through the to the Designer for six QBtaa

Bring FOed U Ctmity Clerk Of. Have Faith in Plan: For Home time past there ha m.ll. W. will flll >ll order 3 1 0-312 Twelfth ,Street, Miami for only 21 cents Be sure

!la -Detm is U mitt With I beea a movement on foot. Influence promptly .t the price More lore rrrry Thursday M 12 o'rl< I by lira. Margaret Arnold Groom aDd ,
Men tt tb Supreme Court-- others, to form a Kentucky ooloayla l .r
Miami. Plans for such aa organization Vl
a Xuter'a. Report Proposed For Construction of Build. were advanced a short I ,

i InC-Will Employ Foreman I aid,; time August ago 2,tad th, It on la Thursday proposed evening to perfect Tremendous Price
in all
Pros Weaneedayi Dally Rare Him Direct Work_Will ; at'u.-:Auditorium.at a meeting to beheld I Cutting Depts.
'la old cue dating1 back several
yean sad tm which R. Hudson Barr Spend Money Equally With all I Committees to bring about and
I' W. A. Larkl.. WIlllamxl we aad adranee the organization hare already I
fC;:"COM. emplalBana< i sought and been named and through Dr.
I enjoined: VBceojxCrfmlck= George W. A. Lelght Ifunroe of the invitation All remaining summer goods must be closed out at .
| Laiaaart. F. CT AJchor R. K.: MoI committee the following self once
I f Donald. Jon ...u. 8. A.. Belcfc4 (From Wednesdays Dally) explanatory Invitation Is being lea:
Hennr Brooker T. N GtnUer If the present plans of the membe out to all Kentucklans redding In Come
|.' sued Wf: J. Shoo* coanty comrnHaio ra of the Board of Public Works Miami or Dade county that they tomorrow and every day next week and get some
may become Interested la the organisation -
tf/ and other .from ape.cUarIDOIM1 who propose to erect the new fireball z

I,.eon the fine of trade among for thenuelve article aad In of contractors and city bullomgs do not miscarry Independent.work "YonrMlf; cad family, together of the greatest values ever offered in the Douglas store.
[ .vpnueato BO aeej. by the eosl tT.lIP on the fire hall will be commenceJ: with an Kentuckians residing In Illami a
t-eejnJB again |n the clerk' lofflee sot later than next Monday Bora- and Dade county are Invited to .
l;II C t e etrcntt Nan this moraine ..fhe> torn of u final decree rendered lag.Mr.. C. D. Leffler, of the board oa Thursday evening August XI,
Jones IB can- 1107, at ''I 10 o'clock. This meet I
t>y Jnde Minor S. of eomml" Den. rtated this morning : I
ben at'TItmrrtU Uat Mo.dsylTb. that K Is nseleas rot the Boardof ing to called for t>e purpose of organizing -
decree recite ta abeUnoe Public Works to eoetesd: with a Kentucky colony. 4t I It wi Last One Week '
,hat tfc. final decree entered la the contractors la the fteC'UoD"the these colonies ta other dUn have: .
can** March 17 1M4.. havtaeen'' city buildings as the funds available prove most successful la fostering,
"f.'and Ue.eaaee remaaded: are too limited and betides the proper State pride, la encouragingacquaJatane
leek vta tnatneUon to refer to board has every reason to believe and frlentfahip p e>- '
[?a peelal BMatac to take farther teef that It can do the work nt a saving iween Kentucklans. and la proraot-
f thou .rich.teate aa account UP sad with better aaUafaettoa to the lag'the tort of social gathering that
efomlty with tte rtewi of tk/ city and public in general} Kentucklass love, it m earnestly desired Early Largest Muslin
i-.nae eoart Miremed it u. eptelonfrendered -i The building will be erected oa that alt Keetoekiaaa will unite Come
J, Hay 1$.,IMS. and for' the city Iota directly: west: of the la making. the organisation a soc-
,Mh farther proeeedlaga u My tie Metropolis bulidmg -a apace of flve cs.aKR.
v e fomaM*, .. e..ttJ. sad the feet separating It from the Metropolis -
'.cats'havUg Won thereafter referrd office. The are han will set 11 KROMK CUSiNO Underwear Sale
.d tb ... Wee tpeelal matter, feet back from the ottside lino, thus CP KXTEK8IOX WORK i '
L .ta Uk testimony"aa4 the said mugsq.t giving lounging ana other room
having aabmlUed bin report without obstructing the sidewalk. A Mr. Wm. J. Krone principal aa- Sale
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welch waa approved / SI. HOT. ''i competent foreman will be employed slstaat engineer of the Florida East I .. '
nli..... adjaeced sad d..' and he win work under directions Coast Railway, earn .... In hit In tie history of Miami
ewe that the ..,....... George W. from the board. I launch last Bight and Is stoppingat i a
'latahart.. pay latqf the trt Mnr 4 The city prisonersand city teams the Jefferson bang slightly In I \ .
Dad eooaty Ut taw of IUU1iBat will bo utilised as much aa possible disposed. I Now Going on i ,
K. K.: McDonald Py lato the la doing the labor aid hauling to From his secretary. received i It opnt to ererjbodj Saturday
treaavr of Dad eovaty the mugs of the 1I111l4bJcJ.. this there U expected -I the Information. that Mr. Krone'svisit e eight oclock ngsass' i
mountains of
lob BeweU < ,
J 1 tlti.14. sad that pay to be i considerable saving. has DO particular significance e snowy
.lato the treasury of Dado touty0 Relative to-the purchase of mater It being merely 1 to jtalak closing ap t ;, derwear will be presented at positmly rtdiculous -
-. seal .. nn.... tetacJtka r la). eta. for the buildings. Mr. Leff.1 the work along the line between
I! opMara. 'atMUts found to*** du.tq.q ler stated that It.to the IDteD oD i Kalgbt'i Key and Key Weat. prices. Think of ladies gowns gt 25c
: *,A* 1 P eial raaUr.r the 'board.to divide ut the buying. The work above.Kalgafs Key II' made heaTj.njaslin finished ,with ruffles ,
/ 4ftr.e4Dd6. oaf aa nearly. a. possible. ,Jverj: dealer' ,topea Da. although .the. recenr oj .
......___ ..... ". bepsid .
Uac to $! In material or other articles.necessary policy ot.economy adopted by the think of childrens.muslin.'hemmed draw :
.... bl Oo paid RR. X.: McDoaald. '
In the.reonatritcMoa of the company Is'beiflR eaforead to tome --'
: George Wr-jUtakan sad Jobs lee- bn ldlip. will be patronised If event all tfte '*./' dowa. -- Key era at lOc think "f Womencorset corers & : .

.} anj, jotoflhaBt'Oxat.tko' ; onjw doffta4a they desk lately aid honestly In such West.CJtlssa, t, a,.. 'ed : .1(.. drawers at 156.etc.. See other circular
..1&"U\ '.eMW ko Dena'krltboit traasactloaa.We propose to keep '
day. what will bs'tsows"+a.asyurakaaadistribution ,. p. kd': IDF1WM; ; .+2
AJUtmlTi book. taUJCf. Leffler. nuaoar rpDAT'Wednesday's : : ; :
; "This book ..Il.",po te* wftfc the This Sale: :is for CashnriIy.: i .
4.FOB ram r ASM rHARXACTo p.rd..4...ep..e each _k.uJ (bro. ;DaJly) ,
will be open to the -public at, my"'The J.. P..W who baa Dew held a
j' l.:nr, 4""Trft .nI foP ....... !.... I prisoner,U the county Jail the put .
I' *MB rtlfBaicP vblek ka", t plan to a new one,;':,xatla- several weeks as a result of charges andwill 8t for Week
-Meth aWt4 ta traaa'" fH awn teed Mr. Loftier "but 11a pearf tdus preferred against. him and havingto : one
.. ,Ua*...... ""'TOt'&a4 are sow b. the only one practicable' underthe I do with a shortage 'of' certain: r ,
Jsg mulMJ Thom ast.... are conditions, ana we would like funds of tko town of Dulls of which h
.' axmr Do "XMt attraeUT uj rep for the public to give M the opportunity be"was eustodiaawu released from
'ta d \U-ttlf city aad-iaakw the .of making good with It before prison today J(...,.. Oeorgo OBiter -
;paana y ...>*f Ua. boIt..pp04, Jumping on.... I believe It to and J. M.:Bryaa becoming''''- t'I 4
;,U D.Jat.- .' .Fe k:;" going tq worl. tau for 'his appearance for trial. All Smrt"Waists '
'to go at

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t 4t I half price during sale l\\

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In our line of shirt waists you will find the very best styles to be had. v;e g

t KIlN also bare about 50 fine hand made and all over I lace waists, made by the well i l

known Kei 'er WHIST Company and we will guarantee every one of tnem to '
9 ; KUTT1RJ1 fit perfect. N' w just bear this in mind if you want a waist at halt and less

than half price tomorrow and next week is the time.to buy one of these waists 1a

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.,. All tailor made Suits and Raincoats at less

L Do Their Work- .. than half] their. regular price

The best workman cannot get satisfactory

results unless his tools do their work. uSkJne sac sad floe u- Towels at Remnants ..
Keen w. have decided te make a dean Our entire line or sample towels W. have accumulated ,ake a lot We're marked all millinery f.r a
Tools give the user the sweep of ourwbite H.... skirts all pun linen. values I' to lOcI of remnants of ...... table Itaread eteeruee la order Ie pre
great xjssible amount of assistance by e n. skirts that w. are to Mil Zltber fringed or ltematltdae4. III" silt drees goods ete.. and pars f. the fall ...... ne a-
during this sale. are ear regular playa or NIore4 bord. lat to .. an rotlC to let you has prompt to secure .ome If m... ;
? cutting clean and true and by holding 11choke... .d TRIO kla4. Tar close out entire lot. only SSe them .t halt prfo. for one week 1.1 MILLINERY BAROADISr .
\ at.. .. .'1.11 .
f their edges so that little time is lost im Good Hank Towels lire.ch .... I-
5.nr Drew Goode vF1
..sharpening. Every Keen Kutter Tool is 4 IIIdIi Indlaa Medium sine bleached buck &ow- lingerie.t o Inch Meek lawns: tee or the ,
Fine u beer Iaality India Lawa. pa tot or fine Plaid .
Mat lass valt ......
.1.. UY colored border' s rest
for service and service. lull 41 lack .1... Y.'I be some cheek French ginghams, plaid .. -
designed good long ..a4"are all Ittte- and flub Very steer and flee. sold .
I asked to par lie a yard for aalUup figured s'It '
wut tie for aU .t n ests a yard. 4.ton
No better tools to be bad. thin quality outside or this t-t 11 t.le values lug; Some an worth u klgk ae
are They .. .
?. Wa sale. ODI,, .. ..IS 140 This
Just for a leader fM : Uc t yard. I. one big lot. .9e !
r bare been stem ird.for.' 36 years t'lIaa1o.. .. ... .IS l.ar \ "R

IP 10- The KecitKntttxTfadtgotftco.at .. Haa mareblefs G- w_.... !
J\Mk v- Hera a fine lot of elUdreaa u4 n inch colored plaid and atrlpe rut and prta..4
: Ene of toousad; cat crt ant styles I.
a complete: A nice variety ladlea an n... .4keleblef.. .
.. sal bract dram gingbams. good dart .er keel and
knr.: Sold by fancy csell, "strong tomb ail .Ite umlUtdJe4. It cent Y1eMble colon, Jut right for IIla4. A
:2abeat; cool nil'" To so .lrlaC Wa sale dresses, etc., our regular Ik Uti. sate.
e and tent chum; . . .
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at only .elks sale pr1ee. .lie L.
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WhIte llaeae Kew .tU.C IUbbo i roe this sate. w. .m It.Y. skeet
Fan It lack wide. pare Irish J..t received tea p'- of'" ODe lot of all silt nbboa. trOlll 50 more noel PMeea .1 sunup-
LI.... fini.h osly a limited plaid suiting. one of the newthree. to I Inches wide all the .lIoa.IIJ chat.-. d....... Strong .
amber of yards left Jest for Nt .UIUDp for tllll'fall ..... leading talon: our regular 11 Selection for Ibis sale: value
a leader during this sale. 15 they wm sell for SOt; Jut as and U cent .1Dd. Special der- up to l' cents Sale pro
rest value .t. 1..u 1 2Ic: a leader during ..1e..2 e lug this ...... .. .. .11e oaIJ. . .. .12 1411



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F. BUDGE Douglas

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310 & 312 Twelfth Street, Miami Fla .

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All standard patterns reduced to 10 and 15 cents nolle higherT1IIC

Hardware and Furniture., Twelfth Street Miami! l

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)Cr. George: P. Bull of Oju. U (From Tuesday' Dally) Ii i (From Friday Dally) I A MOONLIGHT RIDE (GOOD DIGESTION

a business visitor in the city today Three winter and summers hare I I A large number gathered it the
t tc IltrSOllallJtlV s JoIes teen: Baptist parsonage last night, the oe- I j I From Wednesday' Dsllv) wile CeeS A vshe.a M.s a. teen t
1 Mr Hal
) Miss Katherine Pratt entertaineda Part clouded with sickness and rasloa being an entertainment given Mordaunt entertained Hit awe wry Ohheh CdypEwy /
i tut the Sunbeams. An Inerect- members of his theatrical company 6
: anmber of her Incurs at the home part all serene; such a launch ride | Di fcsly.
ing TO Cape Florida
of her today I will burn my candlestick program was renderedanj earn
parent, of 8th
corner street
I and three. I number was a good one.. I aboard the launch :yacht EvergladeCaK L '
Avenue O. last night Game,
etc. I 1 Please come to my party, and be I The recitations by Misses Eleanor [ Vernon Price-William The
:: (FROM MOMUVH I'*JL\ ) Ura H A. Braddock and sons. I lr.uf'il\lf'J'aI'CI> with refreshments; happy with me.Yesterday Sereven, Bessie Williamson and Edna party left the Royal Palm doc rJ
I .... and Roscoe sere Indulged: during the evening | early In the evening and proceeded Y 1
left this mointng I I afternoon .at the home I Rowe were excellent A Home :
, Mr L. T. Allen of Sanfbrd. wa : for Fort Lauderdale where they I of her parent. at 10'iS Avenue A, Mtstlon" acrostic by eleven little : direct to their Jestlnatlon. They *
tt a Visitor In Miami yesterday mil! spend a few day. with relatives Bradley fertlluer are the beat little Elizabeth Tucker was the I Sunbeam was much enjoyed Recl- ,I were amply provided with refreshment tI

fi I and friend. i For sale by J. B. Lemmas. Mla.il. guest of honor at a birthday part).. atlons were cine by Miles aDd Hay- and had a most aellthtful J I ; e titti
i Mn E. W Path who ha been I I given by Mrs Tucker, to the little ward Weaver. Lacy and LeRoy riling;. returning home about 11. Jtt
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aertouily] 11] for several dart, li Improving In. letter to a frlenJ )lr. L.For- A Unit In IHvtTre .. I friend of Elisabeth living In the Rome, Stanton Hou*..r.Nsomt Smith i illlce 'o'dock. -__ _

slowly i iIIr. r net of Buena Vista who Is now at A salt In <1lvore .:Addle Wilson t Boulevard neighborhood I CaldwelL Katie Dean, Ida I t f. ,.l &
Bourbon Lane>', France states that I v*. Gilbert W Jaefc. Ju bran filed I About twenty little ones gathered I Thompson Lois. Rogers Mamie Syk- | IS BL1LDISG AlfATTRACTIVE '
J. Pendletoo. the merchant he I. enjoying his visit there to the I In the clerk's Tfflcr of the circuit there at appointed time and started ;I es. Marguerite Houser and Mary RESIDENCE f
_Ia of Lemon City to visiting In Miami I fullest exert: Mr. Fornel's brother i court.i In with childish merriment to Ogle. all of whom did credit to ig ,

today and transacting business. will probably return to America I Stake the day a happy one for their I themselves" Among the little folk. Mr J. P. SawteHe has jut begun .

with him and try hi. hand at Dad i I want little hoatevs and thtmnelve Mr*. i J, M. Dn and Leonard Rowe, together the erection of a commodious r +
Mr Joseph Zapt. of West FalmBeach county farming. you fertilisers, consult J. E Tucker assisted by Mlsa KathleenQuartermanreeeired with the primary claw of and attractive residence building on

1 li atUndlfg to bualnece In Uimmna, agent for the old rellab1. : the little ones I I five, bore off the palm ,I 7th street between Avenue B and 1 to

Miami today Mlsa Anna D. Zelley of his( city, Bradley goods s t and entertained them throughout I Solos by Mis Markale Jandon and C. The building will be frame.be
I the afternoon Miss Kathleen Quartermaa were very modern In btSys
one of the sucecsful candidates in I every way ,
t Mr A. T. Jones of Darts la In the recent Metropolis Jamestown exposition Electric Street Lights The time was spent In playing pleasing. Closing with the national 1 j I i4r rx iI
the city (tor taw beIIDC air "The Red White and "
J a days, attending contest to now la Philadelphia Linemen of the East games. the meet Interesting one Blue
Coast Electric LEGAL
to baalatsa affairs. pinnlnc the tall on the sad a history of the Sunbeams' work .
and will leave .1 I
there .
s today for Light; Co. are engaged la erect dOnhoJ'1 by Miss Ida who t.qfIkW
Leigh WorVy the Hall stated that i
Norfolk and then for bom. Sh.reporta wan
lag a large
number of
street LanJ
lights i Co. to Bard
Copt E H. ROM there are 1.50 band la the
writes to friends a very enjoyable time at la Riverside. and pinning the tall nearest Its proper of I
Colored Town. Instruction
.Is the eltr beO at he la now at Wildwood the exposition and at Philadelphia. I. place, and Cornelia Leffler was ern States, and that they are Soatla'i for 11 and other Dad county / roe : ,1
by Sea, N. J.. enjoying awarded the booby prize tor rtlck honored this year by bavli'g coDlider.\ I C
i himself immensely. Badwelsrr Reaper Order a oas. of soft drb.ka denver. I !11\1. the tall far from the place pro-, schools named for them prettJea lain stead 1. 1. t and. 10, block 0. Home- ,

tr shipped to tided by nature they en raise the necessary fnads I
you by the Miami Bou
Mr B.A;.Cromartte, of Fort Landerdale. The Bndwelser Cafe ISth ctreet, j After the were finished vu: Ten thousand dollars One Patent State of Florid to Ed C.

game refreshment toMil.
t r pent the day la Miami yesterday near Arena D. has reopened for dog Work Mrgh. Mlaa Fla. nf *.conalulng of cakecreani win be located at El Paso Tex., and .i Miller lot 1 sad S, satin land }> x tv

a inert at the Fort Dallas business eider the management of f I nut*. popcorn and tnfM date were the other at Ylngtak. China. Iota 4 sal 7 section Ii tp, 40 _
Hotel Mr J, A. Calmer who Is using Lts i SIX DKt'ETDAKTO fP j Refreshments consisting of team I I. range 41 east
passed around tn the little O.eII.aa"
_____ best efforts to tire the public good 11 I BEFORE JU8TICK HILI a Urge cake holding three burning and cake were served and a neat Quit claim deed, Thomas A. J th'l
'i service and likewise good ...bet&DI I little am realized by the Sunbeams oa to Clitfotd C. Berry for | .
11 R. K Dickey A. B.Pottcr candles was the center ot attraction A. r. hicsia,
I tint food Justice bf the PAce Hill held lot 10. block 111 Delray.Warranty r
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t aid George >W. Thomas>> of Jack Kumerou pretty little "present*
1 Kea
long session Mee
yesterday afternoon deed Clifford ,
and ) Berryet
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ar* pending the day InMiami. were brought to Utile Elizabeth by l'1 brae
win Plant TecrUbtee disposed of the following e.ases, each her guests, and. Incidents of the day : CO\FET>F.RTB DAUGHTERS ax to T. A. JohaoB for M*. lot :
I Mr. W. defendant being fined 1, block -I wni M toll yen*f Ue beae '
F. Miller who has retired fS and eons will remain Indelible ta the mmorle EHTERTAIXED VETERA\S 107. Delray geNt
rat Mr Allan T. Hill ie,0aerly of thUeKy. temporarily from actlr: business, toderating Phil Johnson John Johnson, John of the happf) little party One Warranty deed I Alice B. Smith brat It. Uat Feiaaa as* eeapltoaA I.e 7

t ,. BOW In Jacksonville, where mach Urn to the cultivation McMabtr Henry Nelson and Jaow regrettable feature of the day wa (From Friday's Dally an acre la section I. tp. 44 sate t luo. It ass eared M ef eslarvk, aad ,

he has a position with the Atlantic of his fifteen sere citrus grove Smith assault and battery and the time when good bye had to be The Daughters of the Confederacy I Loa Raaey MeCarley for |10. I-t | m1njly all Ue ether alt U4 1 We. ;

National Bank. at Hom.t.4Later on Mr Miller Florence HU1. using obscene Ian told to the UtUe hostess and reluctantly and the Veterans, with their fame range 41 ..sat.Sathtaetioo |LI nbh.t. 4..

will plant It ts> garden track hopIng p.e. they left hoping for a lllet and friend were entertained ot mortgage B. C. .f W eN 7vh 4 WfeuealaM iaM sad .

Mr H C. Berry of Berry Brad to hare oaV of the beat farms quick fleet 5( time,.ta: bring them to '' :1-.tI at the residence ofMr I' Romfh to L. W aid E.: P. Map. ,I digest sap tag 1 eC Thyn* Jly I uWlla

French of Baltimore to U the la that section the coning talL | Mossy to Iou OB _proud nouerti.Q. ; .. another each partJt, James D. Gauss oath shall a Nw aas. w

dty today taking OMen for gleware B. Amsdea. Coooaaat Orova, The guest* of MlV Elizabeth were* > .tr..., Wtere a pleaslag program Mortgage deed. B. F. Lsneter et weak er dec tiiged *1g+*Be u la*, .
and china.Mr Mr and Mrs Carroll C. Smith of \lmtra .Jt>D$ ala Margaret White of mile both vocal and I.- al to B:. C. Rom,.. seats *f strength sad vluiity *e Ue-

Miami spent Sunday and Monday WILL DTDTAl51TJI Mildred R**OCt Oornetu l tner. trameatal. and recitations and Deed. Franklin P. Harper, eommiMtoner. wrsdthes veeare weah, iheIMad, r

B. A. WaJdell. *h* .veil la the f'11h gaest of their tintMrs. Settle. Qaacrslu .Gl&4y. Worley.Katriaa.WQrt readings was rendered. Among to M. 1C. Hard, toe pssbly, q
tuwaau. oprtor. arrived H. A. B.ky. Mr. and Mrs A fILTER TE.lI.dam" .\ .'jMtteria* Barrett. those staking part la ha program IISS. lot S nbdhrtoloa Metau.. t ice maa Y eapebl el Otahbg.s

IB home Saturday night from a beal- Smith were recently married at Miami J.S.Frederick: Gertrude Klttbeta-.Dora. Ida Kel- wer Ura. Guild Smith Mlm Violet township 41 *o.taj> aag 41 east. carsMyee doing anything Igefeaatr'Kwhile

a_ this la the south.f and after a visit at Holder,will er. R. P. Hoyle lad Miss, R.Manse Chaf lam Vlrglala,Romfk, Gaston Drake Stephen Mla Id.H.Il. Muse Aleen Warranty ..... Fred Moody to effertag with ladlgeMieav I.* s
to oa aa' extended visit to Mr. .Edward Romth. Med KellaaUr.. McDonald Miss Rosebud Glrtmaa. Eugene Porter Jar 11 and other eon Te rM the eseeMea *l earth win

Mr. C. T MeCrtmmoa was a pasaeager Smith's old. horn la Kentucky. Mrs. Coachmss..'. Club, will of Miami entertain with the a Wom-silver WarnerRisg; Leigh Worl.,.. beside* A skillfully bleaded trait punch tMeraUoae. lot 4. block 1 std lot _see eleaa, healthy mane** aem- '

on the aoethfeoaad train UU Smith was formerly Miss Eunice tea at the FairBuilding.. Monday, Mr and )(re. J.W. Jobaoa.grand- accompanied: by a variety of delicious 11, block 3. ot government lot t.ectloa brs ee sad ur mreet the dig*****). .

morning. en route to the Central* McCallogh. a popular Putnam coaa Aug. U th. from I to a o'clock lathe parenUpof-+)(..the little h... Mr*. home made cake, was erveU.Th 14. tp. II south rang U Palas he the aHHa.e. IL. veil 4

apply, Station I -ty girl whose; *::-. wan stlelrceaPalatka afteraooa. There will be a G. A,..yew.TVertey aa4-Mto.> Kathleen Glrtmaa. larva was handsome the scene homo of hospitality of the east.Warranty deed A. C. Frost lad .ever for.*.., Ui very,.,... A eearM.: x j
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short nmCTitn mil a ram. Of Drogreesiv I Itself; and the entire first floor wife *o J. C. Green for f J". iota prum tfr Mil pam ijr V!
Mr T M. L.U'.. returned from 4athor I era a. Xr aiAe
: at
aquiesi iaar
Light refreehoents rai
tows I and 4. block 12. Deals. Jj j
Wet Palm Beach, eomtag by water Mrs B. L. Patterson. *f Miami ac-: ;. will be served. All members CIA'BFrom I occasion was will open bag to be th* guests The fe.ctlra .. .
U the tonne LPtt.'Go. towing a compaated by .her Stile daughter.who are Invited to attend remembered by L> wllr
aaaBboat. which U now at the Roy bar been rial tlag the former's ( Friday Dally I each one present NOTICE -:

nJ Palm dock parents Mr sad MS): J. M. Bareo. Get year gracfrult trots from At thct Elks': Clah yesterday afternoon .

,# aid her sister. Mlsa Sue B.rco. at Touser's 1<......" Cocoanat Grove Mr. W. B, March sad """. CAPTAIN ROM TO LOOK All creditors, legatees, distribu r

The achooeer Pneahontas, .f Ker Sunny Slop Farmwere la Ocala Big stocK: oa bud W. 8. Gtamltnj. ntadsfseecharmisgl OVER THE SITUATION tees and an persona having. claim SCHOOLBOOKS- -

'west' arrport Saturday .... yesterday and took the Seaboard AirLine { entrance, each Wednesday- or demand agalast U* estate oJl

tog and la 1 I tied up to the Denier Railway for. PennsylTsala, CHOONKR JIMM1E LOADING! P'w"I i:presented;,WIth, a tall) (From Dally) John Thon as peacock deeeaaed. re
t Vim eoek. Cape Lows (brought a where they will spend the remainder LOOtER FOR 8HAJUC' RIVER card of .laU4i|ardb0tar4earuc the Captain R. O. Roe, the well required to preeeat th* earn withIn -

.arty of pleasure osiers of the enamor Whea Mrs.Patter* ...':;1.. .rte Elk',.lodgtUaf ..1Wt. ta purple' anrt known jetty contractor of Jacksonville two year truss the last pubUeatloa -
BOB return .h. win b*.' jelse/, The large'achooaer JI will arrive la the city toalgh of thto aoUca to U* underdgned. -
her. sister, who win biped th .win : ski owned d'ctletottiprogrmtn? joining hi* superintendent. Captain poateVfic i
J1dg.1BBe. K Heyaer. woe wapeJafaUy by thMAnno CojHilRedlas' : J : *a- who** asJris I.

Injured a fortnight. ago. ter with her at'her beautiful. Mhomer.p & lumber *...0..r. 1 c:: C; ,Rflwa7 car4m; *-la,;deder, aU4thoglaytae A.B.Potter and together they will Coronet Grove. Florida, otheme* ;{- "
la rile to b at his Vfflc dally Bow.' gl Ia ,eaa... freight.dock: for Shark rleauV wtsaa < e *iSaal41Plrlled. At gt the route of the propose1new thto aotle: win b* pleaded la .bat *t

wilt the s.*... ef pair let 1 Miss,Alb-Wi .;;;. the material win blued U connection fW.wriaptM( Dell. M/* A. t. or aoata Jetty oil rh* sea eattaaee sash elalBU. 1i
: ratehea and the street tit. left this mora- 'with the extensive K.oIlt.ea. alghMU wtaalac '+'U.q.lalte of the skip channel, prepar- Jaekaoa Peacock.:
lag for ate week sojourn la her. operation tory to submitting bid for s.t :
a ot the company theta The ijmmie bandmaJ) aadkarehiat of a Jolag J-: .. Peaeaek.Exeoator. And $
aatlve tte.. Oeor toTtolttac mead the work The building of this Supplies
Jetty .
I JTr. Richard "H. WhKaaH left yesterday was recently acts with a foaVteea.bone filmy lace. MHecured J'tle K .
BBornlu tor JaekwavfU and relative la erat'poI.r.* of power gasoline engine and OB the eco UP 14 eompalsory before The govern I .Ie ,
S the flits For several majith past hhe Hk i Ir4 meat attempts to continue lu project koncar; >AinnriaTRATO beet k.4 T.
ft... hl., Joi JThltaall awl retara/trip froa Shark River p .
: MItHintoa has aoctotf sit mi. of dJreptBK the water la b* AT
efcUJrw era. .. vtoltlag L..t\ Srtll have ft whpUatt nJ1a..utaI1 pack of tell ..Jpt K .
editor of the her bferbor and channeL Capala ROM
Metropolis, ass
r. U. JfagULDalatf for Tlael Tltirinriaa
M'ftftlfta.JwtlJ :d. thos..iMMas<. ;
then retara ; er beets 1terlw.A '
t0 hwee *' talent ftiiteea Yea la the ihort Ices with served baitt th* present aorta'Jetty of tics [ Court of Coaaty Judge. able ef
tr OW time of her connection with this and th* crowd d meet cot and Is la a posltlo to bid a* Florida.
T\ paper. Her friend la ta.clty will. agate .three week ,_; If w as ay'-eovraetor oa rid work. la re Eatato of C. B. Crockett.: Jr.
Mrs. Ifr >ardt; vbo ha ARIEL HA0 ARRIVED ,
b* god to know.. w tauag a wllearned } Dad Cou. '
Vet ft. (ra. RlchJrdwA. 8fa and ,
beef sutferiag with fever for th* 4ti-
past month wfll leave this week vacatloa. nod the Metropolis Th new fourteen itoraepower? Bsf-- MlxT ftllll Bc/f wm b* fa* bonae DR, RVSH RKTtRXS MTCHBBKKFrTTEDnr Miriv'H
4 a* well u Its reader* wm b* gla Notice to hereby gives to an whom
for Attoatk Beach. N. t.. where abe talc engine for the anxlUary yawlyacht f HEALTH
when she to take her It
returns ap Tboa present yesterday were? may concern that oa the filth
Artel owned OI\()
win.: recuperate for week by IIr.llcQraw.
8h will be aecompaaled event,,"',Mis duties la the social dlvlatoa of th* has arrived and will be installed a< r Mr*. Henry t. Egger. Mr*. Harry From Tharaday'a Daily Jay of September A. D.. Ill?. I
.- newa, a* given by the M I IItCo".. MrvW. C. Mayaardjtra.Joha ban apply to the Honorable A. B.:
ones With other Dr.W.B.Raih
Mattte Aldrtch. ef Hallaadale. ImprovementsD0p0U returned home last
: H.J..p of said Court
W. Wi bon. Mrs Joha B. ae J4g :
the Ariel will.b MI \
on* of IB* .ltI.\ night from a visit ef several week
Mr and J ofLarkin. '
T. )tts* ? Ki Vnrteahaw. ReDlyj'Mr Rtebard A. ru... Mrs. of Probate for my Baal diaeharg
Mr*. J. M. Jackson and taree were lathe city yesterday and moat commodious small pleasure Joseph G. Suet",.. Mrs Harriet among the mountain resort of ** Administratrix of the estate *t

little children of Miami were .. afternoon, attending to ,..ID.. affair trans IB these waters. Riviera Mr* JolLa D. Godmaa. Mrs North Carolina, where 'lie wet forth C. B. Crockett. Jr.. deceased: andthat '

Ocala yesterday, an nom for Sunny bad shopping Is (peeking Oscar D. Tucker. Mr*. F. J. Ma- benefit of bla health and a muchneeded at the same time I will preeeatto

Rope Farm where they win ....1 of hi" eon. Mi, J. C. Barteahaw.reglstfttloa ., WILL HAVE BIG SKAHOT gill Mra. A. J. Roth. Miss BI1U rest The doctor to grestrImproved said court my final accoaata as ROLLINS COLLEGE

while. with Mn:; Jaekaoa': Bother officer of Dade county,!. SAYS RAILROAD MAN : Boyd Miss Alice Sanders Mia Bo**. and will at once resume administratrix of said estate std
R Mr and Mrs J. M. Bareo. and her Mr Burteshsw said that la m recent man. Mr* W. E. March and Mrs hi* practice Mrs. nasa std Miss aik for their approval.
,. sit.r. Ml**'Sue Bareo.-Ocala Baa- letter) hto son untie that his 1&.m.1 I A well knows railroad man to authority -'! W. S. OramllagADD1SON -. Marie, are still la North Carolina Dated March.Ctth. A. D.. 1107.AgaefMcG. .
..... to ..)ilIIlC bat what b* for the statement that the' and may make their stay indefinite. Crockett.: rax. FIMUI ,

It to be. and that hto condition an* tourist leUOa.lOCa to set tab going They are having aa enjoyable Urn Admialstratrtz. Tb1s ia Florida' oldest sad
to be a good one. "Even BOW" said HOWELL and both kale derived great tonsil Hudson A college
Clarence By Boggs.
Mr* Phillip and little Bet materially Improved sine hto I she offer the sad
he. "we are bringing south quite a.amber from their vtaH there. Attorney shape oltroiig '-4
daughter Irma ;XUsabeta.: of Fal- absence which bas been of several ,
of prospective settlers, who Pretty Wedding Occurred Fort ( faculty thoroarh *q.lpvmeat ,
:1, L. Taylor Mrs Phillips has bee i months' duration. He will return aabstaatlal k
ar visiting friend la'Valdosta GJU. sad Mr Burtshaw states, tn a few week* are making their plans to get away Lauderdale lAd Sunday LETTERS PATEn I8SCEDTO Notice of Final Discharge eadowmeat.undenominational .
from the north and west Just a< orr>*iutioi
.* wa la quite a aerioa wreck oa the and try to regain hto health .t LEWIA MERCANTILE: CO '
t Georgia Southern oa her way to home. soon or before the cold weather sets (From Thursday Dally) .la the County Jidge'i Court Dad mod iaflaeace. fia* frmaa i.m.

Ocala No one badly burt, though In. which will t* within the next A very pretty wedding occurredat 11 Letter patent have Just bees toned County. Florida excellent boardiaj facilitiea vary e

the engine std several ear were a (FROM WE1>!(KSDiT' DULY) few week I dont think the financial Fort Lander J Ue at :U o'clock by th* State of Florida to the la r* Estate: of William Wagner deeeaMML moderate expeaccs, an field sad ,

complete wreak: Ocala Banner. iKuatlcn, which has been dlstarbed last Sunday morning whoa Mr. Abel Lewis Mercantile: Co. Little River water sports Tb locatioa aadarroundiaffwai -

-ii-b: : Hooka hmaa retarneJ here of late I* going to nave Addles and Miss Llxxle Howell with a capital stock: of tSM... R. Public notice to hereby given that ( moet attractive .

rTae ..ftla.r the city were home from a visit to North Carolina material effect OB southern tour were united la marriage, JasUc of B4 McDonald to president and dlree- oa December ( 1107 the uader- healthful and reCaia;. CUaakal. ,

pi-''P' I well attended yesterday at morning and other point lit sad tanalgratloa travel even It the Peace*V. P. Yo0ng. efflrtatlng I tot; A. E. Conrad vtce-preeideBt signed win file rats final report with scientific, mask art. expressloej.;'

x b aad evening wrgrhlp. The day betagry It continue and I look for a very Mr Addison to formerly DeSo-I rid director, Lewi secretary the Honorable A. B.: Heyaer. oo*.- modrra Uapurea business aad( .

delightfully cool) BO discomfort wa Married at Cocoanut Grove oa big reason throughout the vtate.CUtKK .- to county. He to at present employed -1 j and treasurer H..J.directly, and P. ty Judge of Dade Catty Florida, stenographic coarse. are mala *

felt ta either off the churches, eon- August 11th by Her J. Winslow", oa one of the 'state dredges J. DeVaae and E.: D V. Burr director and ak for hi* final) discharge Mtdmlaistrator tained For dcUlla tad room
Mr Alphonse Cherry and Mis Grace MERRITT GIVENderJtte. but later on. will Join the rank ot of said estate. reservatioti t..
'S B4ewUy large\ eoBgrergatlon aaaembled *. The company will do a gn address 1.
\ Stephen, both of Fort lax A 8CRPRI8B: PARTYFrom Dade co..t,'*. were sfi\ getable Frederick 8 ..Morse.Executor.. W r
<< at all 1: I smites The ISapt_. Ep..- cro..... The "brtJe1 to sibs of 'FortLaactmal. : FLORIDA .
I patina Had PreibyferUa charcheahav Mr '''H. Porter Savage, of West ( Thursday's Dally) .'. most popular young

*oK enJ d robes for a tow Palm Beach,,ta la th* city today County Clerk!: Z. T. Merritt was ladles and enjoys a wide circle of

week, the mlalster betng oa neat .- attending to business affair connected I gives surprise party jut algbt at frteads and acquaintance Mr. and 3t
" *".. bat tile M. B.: Charch and with (b. F. B.: C. Water his horn at Bueoa vista aid aa a MM. Addison will make their future

t Us U. E:. Church. 8o.Ut.1} a* 'well Works Co.Licensed I I, result a moat pjeasant evening wa tftme at Fort LsnderdaleWOMAT8 I
IsJalred. ABDredattn the fact
I regular aa the Catholic services.church are holding to Wed e ; that Mr. Merritt wDarning" Rt14 I CLCB HELD I Orange Grapefruit ,

\ A marriage license was lured thl I summer and believing that bej. I A PLEASANT SEhSIOt Trees t

Ctty Oomrt By morning to Mr.. Jam. i. Rob.- wa longing for home comfort and 1 .

u There were fifteen eases before lOll and Mir Leoaara Papy, a well Ufa. Dr and Mr*. Montgomery Mr From Tuesday DallyA I'

th* city Judge ills ........ thlrtoea. -- knows and popular young coup*. and Mr. Cutler tad Mr. and Mrs. I very pleasant cession of the ,

charged< with. bHag drunk and Chandler made ap a party and proceeded Woman' Club was held

-, asleep On* ds.orferly4.d std A Salt for Damages to. pay Mr. Merrttt a call I afternoon, at which Mra. J y.t.r4a,1.

| i .** tor keepUg a. disorderly house. A prseelp la ...mlldt damages He wet about to retire, bat took presided In the absence of Mra C. W.f
II.,. Consolidated ,Portrait and the situation la at once and bade Gardner who to out of the i
i' estreated city
Oae fit aad IT bead was Standard Florida
a Frame Co. va nOL CaaaUr wss Oem enter. The visitors carried Mra Fox read and Seedless Granefmit which r
JP eaCaad a fla of ft.H aid bats Or tea very Interestingpaper I are brin toe
filed la the clerk's offle of the sir slag a basket of lunch and refresa- also
Mra W. N. HaH
rid Mrs
V the balance. Deli.c
! liar gin
fc Holme were, a aegress' pleaded; guilty to unit court today. phone meats, the and latter Incidentally a grapha- W. H. Combs, each of which were highest prices in the market Also a M assortment olR(
taklag a prominent
Interesting and much
.6. the Chars* et disorderly' conduct and Caps Whit, of the steamer Mi 1 part IB th* pleasure that followed. Other enjoyed. jng Oranges Lemons Umes
, I lltessry and musical and
wa. .......,... to pay a tine of |tt contributions Kumquats always on
ail la expectej to return la I were much dare
and sow *r aerva It day ta the .giq THE CARD PARTY enjoyed hand: We
day from his vacation and ing the afternoon bud on Rough lemon
city )aU. hot "iaavtog the exact Sour Orange
take command: of loss hip which 1* ,
/ dugs Brtl* wli be laattrea ot BOW la command of Brit officer .1.- (Prom Thursday. Dally) GIVE A TROLLEY RIDE T.
the city tor a fortnight or ao.Wmiam a
Beat pea a white man charged E. Sharpley [I IXr. The card party given by the Wo- ,
man's Club yesterday' afternooa, at (From Thursday. Dally)
ii with keeping a disorderly hne waaarralgvej R. H. Whltnali. asstataatgent the home of Mrs Henry J. Egaer on Min' Fasnl Clemens emtertalnedher
and pleaded not guilty.aad ot the P. 8. Line
ft O .
14th street! ,vas a decided: saceeas.
after a eoupl ot the city's wit Sunday school claa yesterday'I, Grapfmtt aid Lime Reds .. have
ha .
gone to Jacksonville, Join Mr* Mrs. W. H. Comb won the Brat afternoon to Lsrg Jr--w Our Jr........ .
an"* were exnaUned. the case was \\Tiltn and children who are vis a trolley ride which all of which have their advantage I .........,
prise, which was a hand painted oa the Red
was greatly enjoyed by the little Land of th
coatlnaed uattl tomorrow mornlag lung there and after fa few free from Waa
Stay o plate and Miss Jeaaett Watson the when planted upon Fry aad M
nod who
noee. took forward l
to another
the defendant time to leek Homestead
to give days will return with them lo MI Country also
second prixe a hand land to which oa there
council" altn aea.rnoM painted bonbon such outing Those la the ; they are best to a* Walt Fly ta Dad
: amL dish both the work of Mrs J. .. Mle Clemons were adapted. We especially recommend nigh hammock toad Bear Fat- or St. Lad I
B. Fox. of this city :::.ren. ; 'I ford I CovaUe JM
|Fari King and and
oa high
( tt"ES"\Y"M DAILY) Mr George C. Floyd, assistant I Douglas Sear Orange Root, pine laid
The affair neted ,.lte. sum. Whltnalf I take a* risk
and little Roelna buying
general freight agent of tile F. E. which will be ased to the library WkngesHelen for producing the beet qualityof Dear Miami and Lemon City. ow
Mr. Jaiaea Peat of Lemon city C. \\fhUten. Louise McClae Ada Also oa the Indian tree There ,* (
with River
Railway, headquarters la in aII.po'anel get more books I May I Oranges and W* take near daagar ta :
was a visitor to Miami yesterday. 81 to ........ Ad4msPiorence King and Hannah .
aad Fort
Aagaatlne a .. bringing
.,.la preparation far; en* coming: sea { la advising our tree treat ether **e- J t

Dora to Mr asd (ra. P. J. Wes Mr pleasure Ftoytf visitor la OB la a the tout'city'-Mpeetfn today. son.Thoee Clf'ra. I who are la doubt u p.troD'I I Uoaa of *.. Mate where thai w
taklag part la the can e of I I 4OBiN5ON-PAPT kind of root beet different ,
ter oa Brtckell arena yesterday, a soils
the vartows freight offieea of U>. progress've! euchre were: In. W their PARTICULAR SOIL. : dreaded pest to geaeraOr w
... baby bey.N 1- and locations.Griff .
eompuy. \ C. Maynard. Mrs. Daa Keith, Mr*. I (Fr m 'n.r by'* D lly I I bs'1

?. 0. N. Page, who has bean Mr L. ,T. HlgMcyman Mr. O* vtstttag hta daughter Mrs. ltdwtareturned: McDonald Ooodsoo.Mis .I lira Stedom. on 5th etreet. MrJ -
and wife and Mrs.RIr1 George
'j''i Meteoai tar aereral weeks, I of St. Lolls, who came owes Mrs* R.Wat W.ca. Rhode Mra. ,W Mrs.. WI"H ":X.McCowa. .. I, Itynblneoa\ aid Mtss LeonoraPipy I ing'sPomona I W* lo grew fan Us* ef '

%* kla base IK O.*rglaaa last weekMr. last Satarday to spend a few Jay Mrs W. J. Brown. Mrs. were united in marnage last i i lit ... metal roes ,:.i
night Mr Rcblnna to
her Mr. Hlghleynaa being a large J. W. Watsoa.,Mra. J. 8. PtederIrk. saleimaafor I

a van. Oeorg*t the.day BnlLot U the dty Otis .speat.....- property owner their oa the aoatfe sideretaned Mrs. A. J. Kolb. Mrs. W. It.IIrDoa.l.I Miss the Pxpr White I* a sewlnf very i bwt adapted to Bout ;
to horn IB R. LoaN
madtlaeWlaUe/ S
.MraAL. L. which
day. an. Bwralac. paid spot yea-
R. F .HoyU Mn Erie Hota Miss
L$with th* approaching second touw4t' ha male ta nitrated
terday oa the bay 1D'8AJaC'anderatotng Coachman. II,.. R. Sister many daring the I ear large **-
and Mrt
primer Mr. Ban la secretary and |set three _the that she has been
and retara highly; delight. H. Th. eaulo, milled tree '
Jsrrett. lookers (
tra.arr .C rty EMcattr *a were the of ;
4 County guest her sister hero. Mr
4 with
th '
climate Wholesale
aa4 balU'of and '
Mrs. N. B.' Fuller. Mrsv A. t.Beysec and Retail Phone 129-E ..

'" :Oaannam I) KlaaISa the.,. .middle cf-ghnae8'i .: !). sad Met Wm., Drier. titan Mrs horn Robinson* la _Miami.win nuke their loon applkattoavmORT

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w $r. W. H. Brown to Stand By His THE EXCAVATORS :

"f"f,' Promise of Hypothecating Property ON EXTENSION h


; to the Fort Dallas Bank Depositors I FINISHi Metropolis .


i j jTo the Depositors of the Fort Dl who In the present plan think they': Work on Lower End of not feel that tl eir day is complete if they

las National Bank : bare discovered a weak point In Route and are Being
My attentlun n.s been called to i hat the stockholders might be rellv -
.a misjppieherslon ezUflng among d of doable liability, I beg to I Laid up have not perused its columns and gleaned
.r a few depositors that la caxe thepresent FV: that I own myself over (0 percent I
plan for the adjustment of of the stork-that, at least,
,the affairs of tb"'< Fort Dallas N* .;:-aln"lt 15 per cent, the double liability I the news of the world from it
tonal succeeded that I might not could hot be forced to advantage | While work I Is being pushed asenergetically
ti .live ap to the statement nude In my leaving 25 per cent or I aa possible on the fo'E. rs
t ant address to the public namely, $11,000 that might be collected.: C. Railway extension between
.. that I was willing to hypothecate This 25 per ('('lit. Is made Op oC ': Knights and Long Key, the force
,. an the property I possessed In the honorable stockholders who will la gradually< diminishing some by r
world as a guarantee to the poei'tors respond to their llnbilty. If neeev-! discharges and others by rmixna- The Miami Metropolis is It has the
lIT ail lIT largest circulation
: ; lion though the la tonedent
that they would not lose lone Fan u readily: a* If forced by government -; company
r., it will be able, to maintain a
sat receivership, and I am nowIn '
I have never had anything else in rorreapondeiK with them to do good working force until such Jmeas I clean newsy, independent il of any daily newspaper pub-
B>l.d from the start, and to those so the general activities are reaumeJ. -
who do not know w well enoughto The fact that 1 agree to turn over I I without\ recruiting.Practically .
with will of
1 a its own lished in the United States
beUeva. I maid not attempt to all my pronrty! rrtag to the depositors all of the work aouth newspaper ; in a
I tilde cut from aader the honorable vastly more than aa enforcement i lof Knights Key which was ordered! i
Boston' I assent and have tried co: Id effect- were I disposed suspended some time, ago, but mblch I ever leaning towards the advancement city the size of Miami; and
to saatatala since this anfortanateaffair. to resatin'conclaaton It was decided to continue to a point goes
I make reply that It ta my to those, whose monty where It could be left
Intention to stud by Bay first state Is their God and whose sympathy destruction, has now been completed << I! and good of Miami and into the home of the farmer, the

meat and I furthermore- now prom- .. as Ice ."d hearts as ..4aaaUae..tlel and the dredges and excavatorsare :
'ts* to 4o so. I hardly thought It whose own lives have beea ao being laid up some In Nine Dade County. It does not dabble merchant the banker the a
Mile creek, and others at various mechanic -
'---'''' to enumerate to a jacn- perfect as not to nndestaad the >> I ,
ksife what my possession were bat slightest blemish la the life of their poiata Of vantage and safety between 1
It there be any, who atlll doubt ny 'fellowmen and who believe me to Knights Key and Key West in partisan affairs, but upholds and laborer. The Metrop--
food faith. I shall be. had to give he a rascal, I offer this consolation With the suspension of this wore
then a list. Anyway, U I do not that the present plan to bring them several of the steamers will also>> I I good and righteous administraolis
,llv. .B to my agreement there will .-:aot me- relief will not la the be laid up. among them U'e Phil respects respectability, and
a* atni an opportunity for the slightest thwart the punishment Ebetklea: and Kennedy, while other
doubting ones to withdraw from the that may be mine!, the will occasion be pat out events.of eooimUsloa. ai ''I tion, puts a good word where it gives an impartial account of the
proposed plan and to reoocapy their i I shall have to answer Jan the pi
'present position.To I I .me--tllo arm a* they be The most of the work 1* confined
t and holds
those who propose to asull railed upon to Ito, If not In this at Long Key, where the Immens belongs a clenched happenings of the city county, .
and who'hsve had In mind from the .world hen la the nest when the I viaduct ia under course of construc
'time of the failure to assail any and cardinal vlrture. Charity, will nor lion Chough there to a tonal terable fist to vice and disorder among state country and world the day
an propositions that Bigot be pat I altogether be dlsregar3ed. force working at Knights Key and '
forth to relieve the situation and 1 Wm. M. Brown. vicinity At Long Key the piling l
work for the viaduct has been completed persons and affairs it happens and gives it correctly ,
to the west channel hlle
6I the liabilities were only one-ball "
"EXAMINU'McDONALDt the arehea are well advanced ana
what they are. The same clerical far out Into the water expanse that r lr
force necessary to wind ap a bank ..
t to be crossed. It. originally
-I IJ.
with ISSO.tOO I liabilities will In
my Intended to erect ISO arches to
ReUthre to the opinion, be sufficient to windup this ,
>/ I the viaduct but owing to sl'gbt
I bank with 577,000 liabilities and changes la reliably reportd in. AsanadvertiingMediumThe
/ 'f:,;Payment* of Ktttona.r. ltinkt the salary of the receiver will not I company has deciled to erect for

'J be materially greater. ty-four more arches, or a total of
With respect to the estimates of I9{.
: (From rrw.,.'. Dal y) the value of the insets of the Fort Upward of one thousand men are

_.Mr. J:. K. McDonald eeelver of In Dallas"the National first official Back statement, aa contained of the BOW employed. Their health Is is conceded ;
and the work progressing Metropolis by merchants at 'home and
Dallaa National
\the.Fort Bank receiver," I wtU say that those estimates : '
aa rapidly as possible under the elrClIDISt.alleea.
anbmlttoJ the Metropolis the were made by three of
y following eosamuakatioa far publlatloa the most prominent gentlemen of abroad to be the beSt medium! in this section for obtaining :
It MUml, all friends of Mr. Brown,
"Editor, which la oeU-xpUnatory: and selected because they were sup THE ATHLETIC EVENTS results from advertising. .
t Metropolis- : posed to be familiar with conditionsand Metropolis advertising speaks ;
Earnestly: disclaiming aay wish or credits here and tact their estimates
I tetoattos to obstruct or hinder tJa.'tl would be as accurate aa It for itself.. Backing up the opinions of the merchants who
*?efforts of the Creditors' Committee was povible to v taI.. I will stale WERE J A) DECIDED D
'n BOW BoUeRlac the depositors of the further, that the estimates made up
R t" Fort Balsa: National Beak for a IlintaUhmeat *- I bv the first "Creditors' Committee" patronize the Metropolis, is the circulation of the paper anda
of their claims agalast all friends of Mr. Brown did not
;the bank I desire to correct some IBaccarata i vary In any material particularfrom SUCCESS paid subscription list 95 cent paid in rdvance.I I ,I
,' t atateaaMU contained la the those made up by the three gee up per up t ty
last eomnanleaUoa of Mr. Wnt. tlemen above rffetred' to, aid they '
U.l 1
t 'Brewn.to the credit ots.k did not vary materially from the .
Mr. Brewa states that "Statistics I estimates contained In "the first official (From Frtda,'. Dally)
show that the receiverships \ crowd, of between >wi and -
*[; average statement of the condlt on of
do not pay over>> 4S cents oa too dot the Fort Dallas National Bank as three hundred people rather on
t Ur." aad that "It .wo nil cost: from ,I tarnished by the present receiver. 12th street Riverside, yesterday afternoon -j.
....... to |....... to wind ap the i With respect to )fr. Brown's statement to witness the bicycle rates .
:t ,l attain of the Fort Dallas Nao.ioUlj| that "if the present receivership j and athletic contests ai ranged by Fir fc-Class Job Printing 1 1t
8aIIk,- I continues I am funk to contes j c the Miami street Railway Co. All of I
Onto leaped to the tint atatement the ihposltors will not receive fifty i the afternoon was devoted to theplesure I '
t'H I; tea to nay that the oOetal .UtU-'' cents on the dollar" I wish to say: j|' ard sport, the events and ,
; Ups dhow that the average dividends that while I do not deny or affirm i prizes being won u follow: I ,
-"f paid to credlton: of failed uaUoaalWnka that bis estimate Is COt ree.. I am Boys bicycle race from 11 to 11 Plant in Connection t {l
i 1 hate bee a fraction lees thin perfectly willing to leave to Ntbe yeah won by O. T. Bradford. Prize .
r EIOHtT PER ENT. and It would judgment of all thinking men the No. 4 bicycle tire. donated by J I ,
I ''has bee %ztramely easy for Mr. question as to whether such a result W. Harper Frank Douglas waaaecond.
v' Brows to Mr. obtained the correct f would be properly chat gable to "the winning $1 la car tlcketa.Boya I }
.tt fltarea" ,1C ha'delrej to be accurate I preeeat receivership" or to the management bicycle race S' to 11 yean,
te alt statement( i i'J \: of the affairs of the bank won by Marion Ogle. Frtie, a pocket The Metropolis job printing plant is complete and puts out the
*lth respect to the second ttatelr. which rendered the "(resent receiv knife, given by F. T. Badge. ..
'neut of ) s",,, I will any that I ,,""111- nerecsary. The'eecond prize, $S la ear tare, neateSt: and beSt: work for the price in the state. Printing of
ta sky oplaloa It to tocorreet; I bee In this communication I desire to was won by Willie McAlllaterOlrla .
Urro that his oaUaaU of the cost a..1I,.. the creditors and the committee -\I bicycle race. Pint prize
t otthe. pretent reeelTerahlp" IS, having the matter la cbarge.that{ ga. lamP. donated' by W. A. Lof all kinds done at reasonable prices and with dispatch s ,
abort doablej the a ty to ... It is trte that the & the Comptroller of tho Currency second prise, a tire for KlrU' wheel, .
', at* coat of ImHrenhlpa l of 1'1 that he has approved any plan for donated by Carroll ft Clark was
atioBal baiM h about six the liquidation of the affairs of the won by Lonlae Strtckler. while the
., ft the llabnitle: bat la this case I bank I will do everything la my third priae. a fancy piece of chino,
4o aot belief* |hat the coat will power: to aid them very manner donated by the Dade County Pare Pamphlets, By-Laws .Engraved Visiting Cards
reack: by a good possible, consistent with my duty altars Co., sin. captured by Emma t
. 6eea... BO more la and Instructions. La mmaa. .
e lara oeiE| wind .J 4ea1'l Very respectfully Sack race. Flat prize forty car Bill Heads Letterheads Wedding Invitations r
stain than It J. K. McDonald. tickets yon by Willie Moore; aooonJ ,
I prise Spaaldtng baseball donated -
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fi. :The: Molgqba; Mango Brings Fancy' ChlrntenaeB.Wheelbarrow by Racket Store race. won Earnest by John Laa- Envelope Cards, Announcements.

ester ,.111"er. Prize, a Brownie 'Circu\ars\
Prices on the Market; Big Demand camera donated by Jullni Smith. Po 1es at lowest '
t" Second prIM, pocket kalte donatedby ,
'J" 1 1t. Miami Hardware Co., won by I
-, -t. I Frank Donglaa.
Foot race Gilbert Coachman 1
;;, Attracts ''With First Use-Some Interesting Correspondence'on winner. Prize forty car tickets. !
Mr. J.c W. Harper officiated a*
.:r'. !f, Price Offered and Deliciousness of Fruit I IrP r referee of the events and aided I The .n .
t(d I much In their success.REPORT I Weekly Metropolis

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V_ Pt .lIr, W. I E. March, who la one of will nay that they are the finest fruit Editor Metropolis: From letters
'4t ,the most thoroughly informed men I we have ever seen tasted They: and inquiries recently received I
,ow the walgcba mango ta Dade are Jrst the kind cr&"C wo want Judge some one la circulating a report Has a larger circulation among pineapple and vegetable
b 'count, glees the lltropoIU some in. to handle. and If you have any more; to the effect that I nave sold
1 trrtUg\ Information on this fart I of the same kind we hope you will I all my nursery tree. This la not growers of Dade County, than any other publication. It
[J walcta. ta ttestlned. to not only be- end us a few crates more," I ao I have several thousand grapefruit -
|| ", eon' famous, but one of the most Mr. U. E. Terwllllger. a winter' trees on band which are equal contains all the news both locally and otherwise which
if all II not superior to any tree ever tnrne -
prontabie ft. tropical and nation resident and property owner In Miami ,
i al trade writing to Mr March from Mt.demons. <\out of my nurterle,,
--1 I -* Ia the first place, says Mr.March.j Mlcb, says: 'j B. C. Toiuey happens during the week-Subscribed or Weekly Metropolis

j I there la bat one caaigoba mango ana The mulgoba came to try handsIn NOTICE OF AIIMrx.R.'TOR;;
'I S that ta the nalgoba Itself, all talk perfect condition. Its rosy
f\ \ about then being different varieties' cheeks had already. begun) to shade'J For Flmal Discharge e
IJ 'rmulgoos being idle .01,. stuff I off Into a pink and from that IntoI ''Ia Court of County Judge.State ol
I The mulgoba Is just BOW coming I I. yellowish coloring, and the fruit Florida.In .
} Mato prominence as a fruit IU :, eves then, gave forth a delightful re Estate of C. B. Crockett. Jr.. '
; ''rtchavua ..mellowners can not be aroma. The coloring gradually Dade County. Advertise in the Miami Metropolis r
described, and Immediately upon i I changed to a rich yellow, and the I ,.
"+ eating oa* forms a thirsty hungerfor odor of pineapples strawberries Notice Is hereby given to all whom e
asor*. A| a rontable fruit It has I and peaches, a mat delightful blend- !lit may concern, that on the 2Sih.
it.[* already established a market value ,I lug increased: until on the 15th inst. Jay of September, A. D. 1907. 1 Bring Printing to I' {
that ha BO equal,*ad It promisee It seemed to me the time had come I shall apply to the Honorable A, E, your Metropolis
to aooa have a demand that can not to sample the fraiL ,Heyaerjadge of said Court, aa Judge
t I I' tie supplied only by Immense grove' "1 had already exhibited. the mango ,of Probate, for my final discharge
?t sad eottttaat labor. to a number of Interested acquaintance as Admlnlatratrtx of the estate of
i '.. Aq evidence of Ue market value of *, so thai It gave me C. B, Crockett. Jr. defeated; aad
[ \. the malgoba. Mr George B. Cellor. pleasure to distribute a spuontal that at the same trine I will presentto
J! W well known nurseryman a few day of the nectar to each of them and said court my final accounts asadministratrix
r,. ago received a check from New 1 do wish you .i.J j'1 'York for ti, payment for one crate,: several exclamations of surprise aid task for their approval.
\'l eoaw.IIIC..so.ea: nfalgoba. I pleasure la their sampling so rare ,1 Dated March 28th. A. D.. 107. Address all Communications to
s 5 *; 11 casket value of twenty-five cents and delicious a specimen of this, to Agnes McO Crockett, I IAdministratrix. 7

1.;. t.. ecbi the average northerner, unknown ,I
** Bu' this price I slnslgmlflcant. Mrs I fruit Surely" the man who perfected By Hudson Boggs.
#,4: 'S, I:. B. Mallon. a wlatef resident off the mnlgoba blend, or variety of Attorneys ,,
;. Miami and owner of a mnlgobag mango, has rnaJe a Tamable contribution 1
.' > ",,- reectvod a q1l aUa from to the list of the world" Notice of Final Discharge
.4. :.V-'U.. Blank aV Co.. Philadelphia'comj most delicious eatables Surely Miami
(n the County Judge's Court, Dade
Bilasloa merrhsrts. quoting her a < mulgoba mangoea are a fruit 'fit for Printing
.at rice ot fifty reals verb for mole the god: County Florida
la Estate of William Wan. deceased.
f Mra. Malkw U now at her I I Mr March ls aa eathaslasUc advocate re
"! G1 .Aisne. Wayne Pa. and seat this* : of the mnlgoba mango ana
Public notice ia hereby given that
lptarmatba to Mr March. predicts that it will soon have a de- '
on December Cth. 1)07 the undersigned
ril'h j Further evidence of the popularley maid that can not be supplied from
win file his final with
> ,o( the mulgoba U contained In the small report
supply now available. He
t( taolfcrrrag letter from H. Hicksr. baa made a study of the mnlgobb the Judge Honorable of Dade A. E County. Htyaer.Florida county -, 432-434 Twelfth Street Miami Florida

11' ;' Soas.'contmlssJe* dealen. of New and la largely Instrumental la Its and ask for his flea discharge. as''j ,
: ; ,' York, to Mr. Maktai development her and Introduction administrator of said. estate.
**We could WT it* several pages of to the world which at yet tn Its most I(, Frederick B Morse, I
;} praise for mlgoU mango hat Infantile atari 7" "**T_ Executor. .

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I KHiHI rlfrFh a THE MIAMI METROPOLIS min.". .*VGfST 23. IBOT PAGC rra t...:

A Short Review of the Gubernatorial MIAMI '

SILVER Political 4t i.'le'i.I ,.ri.i.char.,, :
eltrpn urieti I. I.. 0.11. wana.4ery11 '
: '-1.. ,...................""' I Prof
The '
ALUMINUM i 0.1, ... W.17 Me....,..... oar tie I essions.JT I"
Contest as now Presented the Public OF MUSIC IS Announcements I "

JELL-O MOULDSA .. i.rnd ..U.'C:

-- PREPARINGFor leaflet explaining bow to get them ,
ff will be found in steel package of For Judge ol Criminal Court of KecoHT I II For CIty Marshal AT LAW 't i
(T Gilchrist is the Favorite, Burr Choice of Administration lie Doajocratlc Yo *f..( Daa IOBIIT: I I T.tk* Mn of Miaail:
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JellOTHE I kerrkT *** ) caadidacy

Forces and Browne the Shrewdest Politician Another Successful: hereby SlMlo aaaoaBcBualfaaJC a raaaiaawfnr o 111 Rom lkBBVaef I I offvW'M' Ity (It'_.,_*_ark sd.l aakct d .Seth M Ik I*_ac ERWIN AND JOHNSON
rbpu tNtlewlU.4thep .p.t.b.eap.d ,
... .
pelww the La
DAINTY DESSERT .t. D..calk pear, N bud Ay.apI i :!p.U.
: 1
tenor Franklii Coleman i iI
I nUn an coaRSIUI al taw ..
App* 'ploy Par lid"-.- n.) kav BractK4 la. .la the Face, Tknd.
Writes Metropolis The Sam.Faculty fora ....k.r ., year, aad ...Jwft I.. true I wucrrn' mMTwmh causal y,
I lOe. packags oacklT. aMli1 to ill tk.* pno-nns, II I*koaMTriT Fat Qty Marshal I f!
makes the koaor of ..'... -a .. tk* frtmtr Brest '
tack son vllle is busy along has Improved very much of Ute.and : ReengagedA desert to Tk*lnBiatioa. ta.k* kiiaail a caoaioate. t ...... .._ ... bwsriMs .
I & oca aiToalf aa a ca. Mf.ATTORNEY )fib Thpi.. -
1 know no reason why 1 should not, .revere aM ffl was BIBB*kt aiT ol< of .r..sre.t tk*
progressive !line to gtt worked up .olAI family. Ik**>Sr*of r Y., Mankalof the Cltef l lnktKHMkoacuooof
aullcltaiioB of aaojkrrof
do oawatoa a ..
st the proper time Be ready to to
over State politics, yet the politic-: \ of governl1. del.adwg aiBiWra of Ik* u.4 of otkr A..BM ZM. ortoiarr
mv best agatnat all comers in the ...... .... pr..t..t cuw..4 Dad. I r. AnIm>3. vo
I : .n-aS CAir I
letter from Franklin .. .. ...
lana are dlMutsing the coming campaign approaching contest" I I Mr. Colnan .. ..... 1 H. t .he." son 'd b..m.- I .
BBCWO: aa la aar* Ika BMBFT of lk* toW >
which: they promise will prove I John S. Beard of Penaacola, 1# Both who I* upending ."- lill Pm Feed c..l.*'>.U.T.TMUBtaooia IM UM of Ik* tarara. p7r "
.t the most -etcHlng in the history of also an announced candidate for the summer In the North ataUs MJsrNwalapaeltMa I ..I.... la ..aaal aa4 .iact )a.k* l.>all FOR CITY MARSHALI AT LAW. '
with Mr Butt and Misa ash. h --oiIIII _..W I. t.._1.1 .... .... wawyssea.g .i
the State sVys the Jacksonville Metropolis United States Seuate and the prob- H wwIatd adsppd..N .r N cw.d.ct HLitsT aaomtac BIT.If a -I=-:' .. i:
+' ability U that Park Tr mmell. of will return to Miami about the it ____ .slat. .f lb., bgh r tabc bet for tk* oAc*of CUT Marakal Ik* I Ijf Bletary rwoUe is OSta*.
of the present month to get 0 0 .< ., ..1.1I..y.4. to that. **d ....irit Ika MB-- taaii,MB ton u tk* BC.|OB of tk*CI T o la sewed BeJMtec.
Oeneral Albert Gf chrlst, R. Hudson Lakeland Mil declare his candidacyin ...._ '
Ban o< all Dau>cnta of tk*....... arr aid I Iy oicllt tk* a*.on
_,[ burr and Jefferson B. Browne a few data pared for the winter's work in AND ANTHONY F. .. STOXMSA1IF 155.4..... -aalataBc** MIAMI n.oJUD,

1 an at present the only announced T. J. Land Brown of Tampa, Miami Conservatory of Music.: OHM D C DI. ,

candidates for Governor, yet those stated com Urn ago that he was It will be known wire I I a. nxozucz

r who claim to know declare that there also In the rac*. that Mrs. Collins r. OF DEPOSITORS COM. T Jnd o o! Criminal Court of Retard For aty Marshal .+t ,
will be at least six .aspirants for Other CNBee win return to Miami to resume I I, CIVIL ENGINEERAND

4 r this one> *. Regarding the other contents, the duties at tbe head of te vocal eaten aaaoaan Cn.,sal ITI'hen .4 sa..dal.fwJws..4I ....... wb- To tk BrkT*Town aaonaaoa aad TaiBBTtra BIT caadidacy of wlaailI lor:I |I SURVEYOR.f

At present It reams that General Fort Pierce New say: tare department, a. well a* II ': N .-- o< Ik*iw.eratti prt.a"N to Ik* ..* of ...../ of Ik* .*rvklM lee .... .
M r
t CUl-l .. Pw7.HDTSOP tarp Pinwale:
S'e OOchrlK i* the favorite, although "In tbe First Congressional Dts- Sinclair who ably conducted the dAsg.tt'nh .. S.UlIIIU& it Mlaail..waM PBTtoo BIT actioa-i*.t tk oral* CTIT of i itoclloa I' tw..wS*-"***-* i-w tss*.

Burr la tile choice lot the State administration 4 riot. Colonel Sptrk-nan la likely to partment of elocution. New i wee Pal. pacb. n. ka***ail.a iir *r to..BIT tmj kninr l,
forces. Jefferson B. have cinch If he doe not decide to tracts hare been signed by a Statement to Fort bafla eooorloBtloBBty B>k. r'*r laaoutt ,! MIAMI FLORIDAs '\1
Ud.. and they will be U ..tg.em lof saxkar ...
Brown I* the shrewdest politician enter the race for die Senate chair. Ki*a.clrallT \
early lu the FalL Bank Depositor Residing at "HYr .
!el. of the bunch, bat be will be the "Tht Second District will retain .a. <
Mr. Bash state that the H. P. BRA/WING/ JAnri.y :
L candidate that will b* placed on Prank Clark under drenmstane- -
West Palm Beach and Vidnlty-: ".wlttor.r the Criminal Court of .
BBS been spent by he sad Mra.Bu i c
, J. the defensive. The charges made .*. and it U likely no one win ban md e-.Iw I
ut Chicago MnwMkee 4nd 6eolal.T. Qtj Alderman I II 1
against bin by Hunt Harris in the the course to |dace certain defeat at The Statement :
titles lu that section during : II CdretY. ....
Legislature of 1IOS are already being his heads, although there are several '. ..Bnracrail Twn*t DM Ccaat: srNy .._ .nelf a t "J

reiterated and will bats their young politicians In Jacksonville time mate they theatre hare, enjoyed sad other some amu I -1-- 1 kcnk? ..__*.)"ra'f a caa4U. .t* lor Ik* rleaey Aiwas. wbj.t N the A. a.sell..4&IX.0 sWCatfMls-. 'Q:

t effect In the campaign.Other with Congreesloaal ambitions. I ... .. Solicitor toe the C-nt.al. Can of I i Palm Bcsxb. n Tioridj, + .
meats sad are new at K.aNI.D.d.Om.tywbj.et .tk. wilt of
attacks..* being made "The Third District Is already tn I the Moota to k> iBwa4 at Ik* vrtatari to k* tt
Wla splendid resort.
a summer ;
against Browne because of his record the throes of a hard fight where ),fr. George Potter and Mr. J.R. i kM .=1401 For Qty Alderman i iI
state that many Southern peopl.are I hat. ... ....
Went I kDrr I. .aa'l l to IU tki* \
aa a railroad corm_1s.loner. H* General Lamar want to be retained ", of Palm ..chhue it 1 I .I'* 0. W. MAyNARD !
that ao4 ckoo
there and be has been a. kjr tk* pupla. ** mfI Wrrk* aaaoBBca BiTcalf a caiI .... ;
... however, a good campaigner, and sad two others are after his scalp lug some missionary work for *n appointed the comities for this i oacr4 fawn tau the oavoi* otlk* Slats ofrtor AI...... aakct I en the acti... .f ...
when It 1s announced W. N.: to assist In for >tfa *l.l ka.o a* {loioanlal m4 tarHoolc I.Lsraioaencru.Cendidste '
will make a deep impression that arranging a pt.ary
ami which bids fair to bear fruit.Mr. c. ao4 that a* I m It. dos.y will k* I.
be gets on the stump. Sheets will again be a candidate Bush wishes the M settlement o' the affairs of the Mckarvoa to Ik* Wot .4., aotlllT ao4 I
It ls said that ft. Hudson Barr against Superintendent Holtoway. about Dallas National Bank of Miami ',i, Is tk* kn "'i-u of tko park. show For CouociloMS I1
to state September
1 1 okall Mm.
contemplating withdrawal before for State Superintendent of Public. the Palm Beach News. ruoicata.nor par-, I II ,
was the new catalogue of the wIt to k* araoratoa. BO was, thresh *" T,
J Brownie announcement, but his Instruction. When these two rn en or any depositors! of said bank I kau** or Bial .
Conservatory of Music the work ,_. i /1.
.. allow win aaprooicBlo*. ..< M.be r.4 'M Clty .oJ"Jed is f"l
enmity towarda this Key West can ran before the State was treated to the Miami Printing Co.will be .. therefore requested to call upon .._r avaiaot tk. U>. tk'ourk tear, (aior tin.4.be ...... prt...,. L" JEWELER AND OPTIcaaat :
dldat has esused'him to remain in4't one of tile manliest campaigns In the for distribution. gentlemen.who" will gladly glee trtoaoaklB, =kop* Ih.acrubc /. I ;, {:L .
and Brown will history of the Stale, and that for ,. Information advice that j I that lb. .4 OBO UMatraaowBM : ", during wvarlas d
the Burr or
race. may a4 kBow air IIBOOB lor ti. .. kir_.....,IBMMoaily : For Member City Council easy
task the fur fly. and frienda of Gil an office which should be free from 1>IPK11KK"1 DIGLKTK'.X desired to Ibis end. Those gentle aoltcit tk*_.port of all OBMcrauW s great osafort.. With *jr *x **.. ,> -
T I' christ say that this apt will prove the least suspicion of taint ColonelS are also duly authorised to take /he c....,. I korakv aaBoaaos siToitf aa a('_.. .,para... sad large xperVsjoSi *'

beneficial to the "Statesman from M. Law has been mentioned la Means less nutrition and la from any and all deposit n C. A. WOKLXT. .aoBiWrof IOB of. tk*,Ik.*.CUT.:"*Cooac MkrkoW: oaktorl IB Aarvob to I I ..".'I.. no guess work rne* Ina. 7

a Puuta Corda. this connection, aad U the old time rfinrnee leas Yltallt)'. When the Fort Dallas National Bank of j MID KILLim. We repair Watches. Clucks *
I sad .else. ( !1
Liked Mate BewAtorahlpThe feud with mad slinging Colonel Law liver falls to-secret M's. the claims against said bank. Such I I Bp.e "JIll"II J- .
.r Grade asked for. Located. AfW
United States Senatorial contest could enter the re and win with bemnie loaded with bilious prp. to be turned over to the Bls- For Solicitor criminal Court of Record For Alderman i .* D betw es) ISta snd ink Sts.; i. ;t,n
will also be Interesting. Senator ease. Furthermore a better .. tied. the digestion become Bank and Trust Company of ,

k Mallory will be la the race and .1 I ,; 1 a ca iaaM olftea of. aaiicltor ol th* aktamaa of tk* Oily ef ...at, Bak. >oct ,r
propose to make an aggressive cam- It Is Mkely that two or three of bin. will rectify this; n gives signed by J. A. McDonald ss t Cents Cn ell Hocora. aakjoct I.M ac

-; palrn In a recent letter to Dr present officeholders win retain to the stomach, leer and kldo., i lb..4 tko D.wantk.r1 yn. I atr tk* pn.arl.a.eel..i..fLn.CLE! Oia.For I ,..aIt,... ttweaw o.iMiJ { t'

DeWItt Webb. Of St. Augustine Senator seats, bat none of them wil be,, strengthens' the appetite clears : 01a News reporter calling upon rac nrtctIT OB BIT awnta.. aa4 II BQBilaimkT "'
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tk* OB> of (d. C- ",pr..l..Ibpeph : \tJ;
l Mallory said( : I without opposition. It doe not I| Improte the complexionJnfuses I Potter and Anthony for an that I will perform tk* ..... of tkocoBacHBtUmalT I
"I am s cedllate for reelection take any keen Insight into affaire life and vigor; to the whole .,. on theft matters, the fol- | .Hr aa4 fcannulT. dry Alderman ",,,,,

C the Senate and friends will brilliant knowledge of affairsto SO cent bottle. Sold Bls "' communication under their H. PICII & IIJUNNtNG ,
to my : or any a by hereby a..c..tf a a I
do me a favor by stating that fact foresee that the campaign next Drug Co.New signatures was handed to him |I .:..'. wbted N the scm. d : :: PATENTS ,If.
I DR.I. I. belts.For .
on my authority (whenever there la II spring will b* on. of considerablewnrmthand i publication: prt.ary.

occasion to do w) that there will b* eome-I "At the request of parole' inter For Mayor

"An announcement to that effect thing; doing all along the Jetty Will .tt'CS In getting the beat insults pos CIty Alderman '

.p' with my authorisation was made by member also there la a full list ol for the depositors out of Ft. '1 Mayor t kfkr of tk aaaoBB. Lltr of aiTBrtf....ml.jooct.* a CaadiBaw w tk* >. I .. sow N ... .w warw..a a, .

; the Leesburg Commercial lut spring county officers to b* counted 1*> the i .. Bank situation we have in rut prtaiafT .. aak tk*nrpoort all all- AUarmaa I hereby vabjoct asser..pall to tk* aAtno a caaoII.a .. wwet w.4.a aAL Oe-J $$($ '
al ,. ; leis 4 idl i ,
a before, tits adjournment of Congresn fighting and naturally there will be Soon Be >4 the proposal to band ov eteewn P. M. :c. prt.MY. 4 a COOLEY. i's.sys me t1 ,

bet many people must have failed two or three candidates for each I proxies to Jos. A. McDonald |!

i" to see tt or the references to It by berth. Then again. Just before .., and are aatlt-fled that me I For qty Alderman wrNrr.wM '
iblrfawn dreg IINa err
LC other papers, because I have reeelvI the big national canvention. w* will I On the 21th lust. bids for wll secure at no risk For City QerkT. .eel 'a

I ji' many letters from gentlemen indifferent all be Interested In candidates for the present prospects quicker I I .*l.by aoB 'ikX. oiTMlf a c_..
log the new jetty mill be opened .Tk Veers aa4 r...IIe., Mal .*-*.01:,....to tk*ftttcm ol ahtonaaa. *ak
ot the Slate Inquiring nomination by both parties for th* larger dividend claims
part I on their the..... et tae A.gso .
Jacksonville and to tnat end : : prlmarri
p whether or not I will be a can Presidency and Vtet Presidency and I this method than la aay other I fMoocttallr u-- .BiToair a ca.didsslet m G/VSNOW
R. O. Ross of that city la In tk* BoaltioB of city clrk. rliav tkalakllhr
didate. ; I I will be kept busy predicting the ami today familiarizing ,.. We will be glad to explain the I sad uotrloBc. la ......... kaoka sad
f "I am nappy to say that my health 11 chances of each I to any of the depositors who focoro*an ooaoatlal oaolaBcatkiB to k*coou -
.. with the' (pcatloa etc.. to assist W. d to a eaadidaMa wtooM let IkloaM p. For Qty Alderman
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Is- tn putting la his bid for the work.Tllia on .L"J.. R. Anthony Jr. >oB...aa4B-Uk.t. I fool Cftww.. .'deat pan.4.spflwc.sthis Ikat I caa sanely I hereby aaaBc* ...lf B
Is really the start of the UM eta aa4 vaklic aa M Ibis akUity. 1 ban Fe.Iee_ to tk*offlc of AUvnua ..
Very Prominent Orange Grower project which will mean a George W. Potter. bees a roaMMI of Muse. tkojo sad oo.kalfTan I Ik*actM of Ik* Aaa.ol ortaurr
aa aiua*T mi tk wb. ale fek bee WILSON.
deal to this city and section and BMa *< tk* riurtaa Flab A Proaac Uo. If
the 1 *I aroBua* fra at auo c..avat tzut.'f
BO lengthy period work
dace ......, .duel attoao atnctlf tola.
;; : Now Predicts a Two-Third Crop bar commenced. How many Sancbez .allc. ****olTiar POB BM. For CIty Alderman
: den for the work there will be h'I' \'.". he_tl.n..
4. B. AMS, ..__ ....
\ not known ''bat beside Mr I torrkT aiT *lf a c.a.c.1oII1o jjI
r.-. Ik*attic*of 4Ide,... _
It Is said that a Miami man Was Seriously Cut i! Ik.acttoa of Ik* A.... priaunr
bid for the work. 1.4'f UCI[
James A. Baird Says Florida Fruit Will Be Larger Than I .
This work Is tile result of the 7rs4Ia.1lMJLdf..w
pro rlatloD mad by the last na !i I Fer Qty auk I
Ever-Cause of the Shortage' For aty Alderman Tim stog?
r from HIAIT4ltaAGArlol
will j I
# al congreea and let loose a Monday's Daily) BJRJBY: ..-- .. a cadldaNr fe me woiL, r..
Fi -- ...1 amount of money In Miami Fred Sauches, employed aa fore- I te .... .4'n of City Club e.bpal N t- I krrabr u_... Bjj...f a rao.... L
I _I.. ... loarBjaa to attics ot the .Citiarr. Ask aewsde lei for tbia
Is bound to work good for the dly penarl N held Asest :u.4. nkjoct Jea1
by the F. E. C. Railway ex ... ..___Iy wlsU I'". wppwi.4.,. ,_. T U b* docs not hawdU ttend t
James A. Bated of Alexander 4k drought w* experienced this {
; year ". at Key Vice Camp No. 11), sad4.15.eiia.. .. ..f.I! and addn-a .
Baird snap growers and shippers did not seem to effect the trees CHILDREN IX PART miles south ot Miami, lies. at auTUli JjLURI : I a awl*ha address Dams and aoe.*tat arfta.saapl} ; 4 .

of Bereetord Fla was In Cincinnati which showed tbe. finest bloom w* who Company's hospital la this city For Qty Alderman I Refiibr price je. ticsjtaa :
rev had and there was certainly s Never cry ss do chl'drea I
from knife wounds Inflict- -
.< last Saturday and accord- pretty set bat those few sharp days ruffertnc from hunger. Such Is th j I boy aBoBc mush a .a paper. ;

s lag to the New fork Packer sail: did the damage. I' cause of aD babies who cry and The by a negro laborer. : For Municipal Ja Ue.I .la.*.BCVOB. .of tolkolficof lie.1sgsAp.1.Atormaa, .:; Burt PuMUbiax Cwaspswy, V

r The outlook lor the orange crop Mary grapefruit groves' were I treated for sickness, when they brother story of Sanchez of the fight who; has ss told charge: by I{, w..battosl.the.is..4 heresy aaaoBBC*.'-,Ms.clpl a*a casd'aal Jd..for..1Is. Joan a.'liILLT: I II WS 2M Mraat Now fed CM}*

this season la not very BOMMTUK. bun won than the oranges. However ly are suffering from hunger. .CItyatMia.l. wbje itotheattic..4lb., I

His partner N. W. Alexander advises the tangerine crop is likely Is caused from their food not one of the commissaries on the >t.isg 017 PrItea". 14.J:5R.sanDeis. : .' For Qty Alderman t ,l
is told in a very few -,
that the yield for th* whole to be good. I assimilated but devoured by '
v' State will hardly total more than "Last season there wan nearly a I A few doses of White's Cream and Is. somewhat ss follows: I heavy-. aaaoBBc .,.If a. c...... Type Blue Sim !: .
tr f ft ,
u Mkjact action
Lost.Friday, about It.10, Sanchez e ,
two-thirds of last yes shipments, million boxes of grapefruit shipped. i mifuge will cans them to cease I war JOHCPB .: .

He recently' mad. a trip thiougb This fruit Is becomingnor* popular las and begin to thrive at a negro to pick up a ten For Jndo of MraridpaJ Court.
,r= several of Ole Important sections It which had fallen to the ground
every year. Give a trial Sold by Duke of Yor
and found that then Is a CSeeUe4aUr "". Indications ar* tk* oranges Drug Co.STOLE was being walked over by the I I hereby -c;,-:the" a.raddaw Ior For Qty AldermajL. | ri|
Addressing the Sans the oHce.4 Jdn M.sap.l C..A .4lb.
ge st nearly an the points this season will be afar steed not negro I .Gi.y.4 M ia.1, -"Ject In 1...actl..4lhe Ta Ik*rviiar*.of Mlaail: ,
.... of which are greater than oth ss small sa last year, and Show S A BICYCLE said,' Here flunky, pick up ...prhsar,. I hereby a._.<. .Tel( a u.... '
en. It Is possible tae movementVhtek good color. Earlier than usual. AND CUAXGED ITS fly" The negro replied that 1.- J4H3C.CRAMLUCG city **...*. sakct to Ik*anise of .

,;' begins about October lit will "We Ire booking orders now at wasn't a flunky, and went Inside kr priBiary.>l rWanr.I.aad proms adTaac*. if* she*l cwd.city aod I* Tomato Seed

fcot total three ssOUon boxes for Increased price over that made (From Saturday's Dally) tent without obeying orders j .....cradhakli aad kooorakly.V .

.the whole season. taut yr la the customers at this time last year Clifford Benton a nege s. followed him and Jut ss For City Treasurer rj BMpoctfailT 1. A.,DA".' IF

neighborhood of four miniom boxes I.D am of the opinion price will be given preliminary examination ,, reached the tent door the negro I tr

were marketed. all season." terday afternoon on a charge out and as he did so. Inflicted j, I hrrrby make title ray ---

Mr. Bard ssM: "I attribute the Alexander A BaIrd operate la the stealing a bicycle from Miss deep and serious. wound in Saes mead M a caadklate for r-tlr eUo. For CIty Alderman

'curtailment to the sharp cold wilds Charlotte Harbor district having Brae and hU to answer to abdomen with a pocket: knife to the office of City Trr *mrrr. I hereby announce
i j that we bad Ue Bret flv days In packing houses *t four points,--Beresford chsrg of larceny In Ole men then came together' and Bespeetrany dUlatf for alderman subject

JL i April which stopped the sap fromDowng j DeLaad.Waucaula and Gln- eoart. The wheel was stolen ; the scuffle, another wound In action of the)city primary to be

A la ae...... The Ions wood ." two weeks ago. At that time it .. received by Batches In the Bern Htatcm. August M. J.
_ _
-0 enameled blue, but when <<. and arm. 8. S. Sale, --- -

the enameling had been of the walking bosses on tHe

; That Twenty-Nine Million Fine and It painted yellow.' TIle rushed to Sanches'a assistance The Mosquito Family Very Large

was returned to Its owner by In the light, received a knife

authorities.Kadoraed. under the chin although not

't Will Be Collected By Uncle Sam serious one. 125 Different Species Now I
by be Omuty The negro then broke and '::11 i I

hooting at him a* he ran, I '

e -. "The most popular remedy In O shot taking effect' nbc -
'W'7't l"J7' sego county, sad the best friend : .. was kept up but up to the
-.; Now that Ue sea SOB of the mosquito ter There are many different 1.
.. my family" writes) Wm. M Dierneditor Caches left the Key for Mi
:1 So Says Attorney General Bonaparte-There are Many sad publisher ef the Ot.aeItJOGnal. (Saturday night) be had nm Is on ns ones more those who i of dlstfrsalshlng on* variety
GllbertvUle. Y.. "is captured.As :(, hare not yet become familiar wltn mosquito from another But In

'}v More Ways Than one of Carrying out the King's New D*soovery. It baa soon after the fight sa possi '''the peculiarities aDd life habits of the particular bite cause all mosquitoes more ..are. already very scarce by early faD "
ed to be an Infallible cure for or *
was removed to Lone '
the pest be Interested to know believe there will be
may ing Irritation the DO *
Orders and colds, making snort work dgree of fcstaia
of the U. S. Court where he was attended by the '
F I t>e worst of them. We alwa, "ldf' t physician and later brought that they soon will have an opportunity depends upon, the d on the Market and advise '*7. .
to Jo so. The result of a
keep bflttlo t> the house I \ seed W. refer
I the Central Supply Station on the jour now yotj to
Itev. It to be Ole most valuable close study of the mosquito by government The mosquito best known In
eamer St. Lode, and these by '
J T. Wofford.
scientists, extending overa HaUajuisJei;
criptlon known for Inns and : northern and eastern states la rt
to Miami where he
.1 dlsessea." Guaranteed to was plac great many years and embracing Atlantic coast salt mar h b ., as to the trueness sad i
c The New York Time has been la ly remarked that ..tII.... are ...... | never ,la the company's hospital. the products of North America, Cen1 snpcr -: !
artnotnt the taker by all mosquito known scientifically of
4erviewlBg Attorney General Bonaparte of persuasion which can sometime \ Metropolis reporter called I i 1' oar .loc Price subject
Price 10 C and 11. Trial butU.frM. teal America and the West Indies, tuba aollrHaaE.! It Is not )
iT In sn effort to extract from I be used" But he declined to tae ;| this morning:, to learr the rays \\aaMfigton correspondent : Oats In any way and Joe not change Ox :25c.:: % Ib. 9 cents- .j

oounce the mean of persuasion be of the flrbt. which: tn the of the Brooklyn will be $1.75.
Eagle given diwa pound ; one "
I him the methods be proposes to employ I Rerma!: The mist poa. U4.'f,
I will employ He did however ex-! 'I I COCOANUT GROVE '''' substance wa given by the In to the public shortly. ITIIf' i, mosquito is the yellow fever Ir> '
t( la extracting a 12..00..80. press" the belief that "say Indlvtanat WON man's brother Mr. 8anrftr Irqnlry hat been under wayfor I ,1f
BA8FBAIX I I hkh Is found In the gulf ,
J; fine from a on* million dollar ewporatktn. I corporation convicted: and unable to | has not d retop"d any ser- a long period under the direction through Cnlr\l \-n. 'Tlra and
It must be remembered ray Its fine might be out of buslne fofm as yet. and mI .. J. BOLGIANO lie SONS
Pat arcortimg
I. i, (From Fridays D llv) of Prof L O. Jfoward ehl f We.t Indie and al-o In the $ ,
that the Standard Oil Compary of ,:s to the extent o([ having a re- ': Owing to wet grounds' the I'I I statement of the physician InI entomologist of the department or Vlanilr' Stitpn. ()t.f'.,lnnally. -

j iBJtara. which has been fined let 'I inter appointed to take charge of of base ball which was I L r .-. Is as comfortsbU-" could sericulture, He frel that the s'U'l\. ? rn <'ns err f. urd In the Baltimore Md''

one of the auxiliary corporations of the sells until such time as the to boo played yesterday. aft"rnoon expected under the circumstances, \tee have: !b Pen pursued' long enough "f th. M'MtxmppI I rho. and trite
the Standard
Oil Company proper; fine worked And the wound In the abdomen belsg
was oat
j goveminent Coresnnt Grove between the j 10 warrant pi"!selTing the facts >o tarried northsr1 on tral .
r that is. to say. the great original octopua ," he added "woutj be and Cocnanut Grove teams I only cense for adverse develop. the country for a ,ir-rerat'on: or two .s t Limit of Lrts ,' ..
The et this '
i stock ancillary i pretty llkrlT to have to .. "
something played here Instead and resulted The inosqaito family Is a large" points nrTe'lmes. pretty wH| -
companyI* .of course! controlledby ray about the apnolnticent of such a victory for the Grove boys by | After the affair at Key Vaca.! out one. as might: be suspected The department I north: Arptb.r dan;'runs : ; Tr* trout -nilnent mdleal selsej-

the Stan lard 011 Co. of New Jersey j' a rectlver." It solely would, be a core of 10 to S. The game the 1(0 Nassau a.lIroetI'lforklD: experts hay* cajuredIderrtl9d cirrle tilt m&Urla! fever are inaalmoas In the conciseI. I 1.
t ; but aa the two are separate cost spectacle for the edification of the well pltlyf'd throughout and st the time, 135 quit the works and lasslfied no ln al.ontrrhap, \ that the g'a rally accepted I Sa
porations. It la assumed that the assets country to have a tentacle of the ed a large crowd. came to the city Saturday night than 12S different species. In addition :: the most Trally : :a of bonnn 11e 1s wavy ,= A

of the New Jersey corporation artnpns conducted t>y United States life, there being too strenuous to the sltnon pure mosquito noting mosquito Is the common the Uliiwat possible I

raa not be seized to pay the fine marshals and district attorneys. DOVT GRt'MBLEwtkK them. there are any number of counterfelts water, barrel variety which a .. advanced kaowhMg. .. or which l'
.of the Indiana It..
eom UJ. not rice Is now sesnel. The ertt- '
your joints ache and yon .. -- Scores of them are so closely I around dwelling boaI' po
Tt definitely settled-and will not Every' body gbo ld Jtnow fee *rom r..mllUBat a"\ Regular M the flu allied to the real thing Is look. one that thrive In New Jerry period. that d 'termli Us dire ;

be. perhaps until the Supreme court .f Bsn.rds Snow Liniment sad bun and other characteristics as to :'I Its scientific la telex seems to be between SO end .. ...
shall have passed upon It- that Bays C. O. Hays a prominent business lu.snt rdl-L A posltlr Cure aa expression. as old sa the race. | be mistaken by the amateur as a Some mosquitoes are plpl'.. ; the proper rare of the body ...- I' f:

.anybody will biv to pay th* bill man of Bluff. Mow that Buck rheumatism burnv cuts d"bt.tll.* rising and setting of member of the orisrlnal fa 10 fty. household pests sad are : this dee-de ea* sot bo ta*
anew '
I. e.reb. taal
Arnica Salve Is the rrl
lIOn chest etc.. Mr. I. inn Is the most regular per' The !goats hare been separated i where except about the
Bat assuming that die upper fetal 'r, loasrvttv Nab,.*. .M
sad surest healing RIft I'IC
ear p.piled T. Posy. a wromlnent merchant In the universe unless It Is from the beep as It were on the sleeplag rooms. Another ) .
courts will affirm ledge Laa", the'Attorney to bun helper after 50 I EleetrlBit.-
n tor, or wound orto WIDOW Point Ter. that *
says action of the liver and bowels buts of the bit Aa Insect may
exclusively la the
: : General was urged to disclose .. |hives woods the Brt aCOe tonic ;
a cape of pllos. J'ft used It and fl *,. BaTard's Snow L'nda'nt r'"?nUted with Dr. King's New bate all tbe earmarks of a moos thrivees upon animal life of the ;

his the purpose with regard to know what raaJtaC oat.-I I Ii best an round Hn'ment b* ever Pills. Guaranteed by all| .Ira,- uHo.. Including the Irritating$ song I provided by nature To this' .. revl'allse every organ of the, .1 tt
oDectlBf Bsoaef. Be eraeuur- Guaranteed sQ irsnte4 sQ
by dn tata. Sold by Biscayne: Drug Co. ISc. but unless It bttts, It 14 U Impoa. human blood eoues U a great e..... by drugglsta,


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L25 Aftermath Cream Panama sale doth 98cISc *- >+ Once More !
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_fold 4-4 aftermath Bleached mulls sale ,_good" _as____ ___ 12 1 =2lOc 0 C OS t

12 aftermath 1-2 4-4 bleached sale ,mnslin thistledown I ,.... tj s:= .
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4f'.bleached table linen inch 27c ;J
wideaftermathule------------------------- N*
15 Jamestown bed sheets 81 Ix 90 torn 59G eg (
and Hemmed aftermath sale
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; <& Hto (C
2c soft finish Nainsook for dresses or under 19G =
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15 sflk> 19G o rj t t" .
tftermtthsale- .. Liif.N fII
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'. ladles an linen dress skirts ---------------3 a
-.aftermath-sale-- ._u___uu________u__u__ .98 gp rn 0...... -'
LOO ladles cashmer check drat skirts
: \ aftermath sale.-- ___uu__ 548 8. Q aq' :,

; 'L2S ladles white lawn, shirt waist fan tucked 79c CT 's t L........
fir In front and back aftermath e-----------u--
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.J"'l&dles aftermathsale.----------French gore corset ___________69G"I J.' s

IS aftermath children I Ue black__hose____size____7_to__'__I-Z______________ lOc I 8('D t) Co.=' t-\\ -''''... 0 A PRIZE ,

55 ladles'Wldte drop stitch hose sizes 8 1-2 to L2G'" cW

w 44 91-2.aftermath::- -I; mh- ; = .
aftermath---------9 ab: -t! To Each Customer at.

;: .CJI-ladles mssSn underskirt fan embroiderytrimmed ; 3.0JJ6 Q. V
aftermath ule--------------------- tj
I A dresses trimmed!in embroidery and e: i-
insertion baby aftermath sale_____ _____-_____-_-_-69c b Sewell Bros e
Bit. lot tfreaststs to lawns,silk:muslin goods 8- (

:- asaaere and drapery ,=... (' V .

; '.15 aftermath lace totals sale net __,-____________22cIM O.n
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v. .
lUIlaea napkins 20 x 21Ittermath I 139 > r '
:e4 sale------ ----------------u.-
..;_25-aJtetmata 111 Uses Bocn sale.towels;x 44 I8c7JO m p e: = Ij Sat August 24 .
Ii' aU fines suit a dream -----4 9- "
Jumper .QC 0'c' aq .
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and worth twice the money aftermath sale -- I .
75c infants soft sole shoes, colon white, 49G ; t-1 <; rr
f.1II4. pink cfttnsaUi sale Qlewcta (
ts--------------------------k I > To every LadyBuying

aftermath sale.,-. 'fjum
25c mess half nose C') i1 .
v? ..--------: --- -I9cIk I 0 I"\ $3 worth of merchandise fromus V

mess white fancy hankerchlefs 5c S we will give a pair of champaign linen -
ltiftetmathula.----------------------------- 8' 1.'alI
/ oxfords or canvaspumpsworth 1.50to

,,aftermath DI.laD1I sate> se _________ I3c2J 'Q =,t-1 2.00. To any lady not wanting the
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;k;r |mess pongee;;.; .;;,and without 1.69 S. tBl- "" shoes we'll give $1 worth of fine hose.
r Bus aftermath sate---------------------- 0 \. I.' ,

.LM boys knee ale pasts to U ye&naReraadi 79cLSI o o '
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+ nees two piece setts I 1.19, C Dr ( .
aftermath ale Every
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71 nUck "
: ifiermath mesa, ale__yacht_____caps_________:_----___-____48c2JN (JQ. 'Q. S

; Beis dock sale shoes..,.highland.. ..low...qnutenARernuth ... .........1.64 I ,ti ... ., purchasing 3.00 worth of Merchandisewe
t-3. will give a nice straw hat or Linen

y LSI mess cottonade.pantaloonesMtermatksale .. ....... .. .....98c 6. ; = tj Hat, worth from. one to two dollars.

.4 ,an sflk
,4JO Aftermath mess oabrtBas sale..: ......:...... .. .......2.89 OCI aq

.75 Aftermath cent mess sale negngee.....shirts... .... .. .-.-: _. ...... ....49cIM ;r) 0 0 r" Big cut price on all fine goodsDon't

; Aftermath tens negligee SAW .and potgee.shirts J..:. .'.. ......69ck 6. c CL \I -

. "t Woe work shirts, and wttbout. '=
> coBan:ness;;aftermath sale. with. .. ..v- .;. ..... ... .44c g ;) "
"" miss this chance
to .
1. '< c: get
UO shoes,rid and velour l II'
Aftermath mess Ugh sale top.... .. .... ... ..I ... .2.98 0
Q. r r" a Hat or a pair of Shoes Free
IN leather and rid oxfords
t Aftermath men*patent sale .. .... .. .... .... .... ....3.29 Ei go \I..J.I
Ul men's fid and leather oxfords
: Aftermath sale patent.. .... .. .... ........,...3.49 8 crJ "
Remember only one prize to
1 (JO ness patent leather oxfords fIIi
i Aftermath sale ......4894JO 0 ( ,
i Felt Eats,colon,black,tan and ra + I each customer and only one : ,
Aftermath mess sate ... ... .. ...... ..pearl. ..... .2.89 C" '
f 0 day---Saturday August 24th. i
i IOJO mess Panama Bats;aftermath 4 99 0 (C
ate CT .
( 0
f 4JO mesl fifian straw saflor hats
\ AHermatt sate 2.89
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2UO Panama Bats O .
:.'. Aftermath!sale___________________________-9.99 ,=.yb\t-1 .V SEWELLBROTHERS
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