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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 30, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 19. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY, FLA., FRIDAY, AUG. 30, 1907. EIGHT PAGESI.l -

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: FISH AND/ HARRAHAN IN ONE WHOLE STREET IS I II STONMANNONATDFOR JUDGE;




PERSONAL ENCOUNTERS / I SINKING INTO A FISSURE H. PIERRE BRAN/NIING/ FOR SOLICITOR (




-+- IA I BIG VOTE BEING I II I '- !I CUTLER POSTMASTER Both Were* Successful in Yester Jay's- Primary, Former Having a Majority of:

p ; At a Directors Meeting of I Made By Railroad CompanyFor

I HAS RESIGNED HIS JOB One Hundred and Twenty-Seven, and Latter Fifty-Six Votes-Some Election
Illinois Central Railway POLLED IN THE the Laying of

Incidents-Nominees Will be Certified to Governor for Election-The Return
r' Yesterday More Tracks
PRIMARYNOMINATING .in Tabular From all Precinsts of the County *
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No Successor Appointed-Mr. Snell
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Fort .Five Acres of Land I
Buys
nor a Judge and solicitor of the new In the election Mr.
'YOUR A LIAR" HARRAHAN OCCUPANTS STAND IDLY BY Btosessaa ear-
and Will Plant Jteani and Tc. Judge Soltcita "inlnal court of record la and for rind eight precincts sad Mr. Banna.ers .

TWO s- Dde county 1 all. with one tied. 1fI'. Braakiag -
1 matoes ..'I i The rlecton throughout the eoaatv cam" Late Mr. Worl.,'. hoes
NEW COUNCILMEN was lnterstng. a good ..ie being precinct-Lemon City sad nary. ;
i 3 polled In each of the preclat A I tweay-two vote, while )lr. Wertey '
Said With Which Fish Pushed While Their Homes Disap I n h'rd. fight wa. trade In both eoot I: went Into Mr Branntar n* clnct
>st*. each of the
Stuart .. Z" a IS laJuptta candidates and atiberal West Palm Beech, sad carried a Hko
; : Him Back in His Chair- pear-Three Hundred Men The Cutler corrmpondent of theTimesUnion --.-u--.u. .17 5 20 4 1 number of apporters wort I number of .Dare. Another Incident
under date of the UUI.lI.ye InJ: from the opening to the eloengof ls
All the Candidates are Working I: w. Pabe Beach. 40 Ii') 22Boytthn that Mr. Worley carried. Miami
Men Separated and Rushed Work Vainly to Check the : : _.....: Ii: 9 19Deksy. the poll. Early last venng ,: precinct by U' vrUs to\Jfr\ Brut
Hard and Running a Good Race.- The pout master. )fro A. T. TJuval. ....____. 18 10 17 4 I after the losing of the polls her. 1 aing;" 1-1. % difference of KtwhlM s
has resisted and no taccessor hu I and when the returns had been ntHved *- ,, Mr
Routes- Landslide Which Will Totally Pompano.10 6 Il 5H. Braaalng earned the Went Pats
Separate
., Away By Three Hundred and .Thiity.Eight yet been appointed Lauderd.tle_. 5 14 11 1Oyu I, from West Palm Beach and Beach precinct by lit totes to Mr. ):
Mr J *. T. R. Tinder and her son ..__ ._.u_ 11 10 21Leman 1 croon City It became very apparentthat Hcrley 22. a difference of IN.
Cause of Trouble Votes Polled at 3 Oclock I Destroy a Street i Paul Nave gon to Key West for Oty. .-- .N 11 41 Mr. Stoneman had been nomla- I This mad them a tie In the tw*> .
II I the w'lter where the young man Miami ____ ._.__..Ii JlJ 171 1110 U-d for Judge over Mr leading precinct of the : .' q.
8&a.4e"1 I county.
will attend school Mr. T. R.Pin. Cocoanut < rovf'_ 17 lJ IS and Mr. Branolng for
der will remain fr the present IPrharte Cutler ____.__. I 7 t 'I Judge George A. Uorley The election wa Inlet and. orderly
I of Mr. Ehrehan place at Silver PaIa.. .. : 14 U 4 t.ater akd full return bear out throughout Th* aoeol yaa/tas '
I New York Aug J/- gtuyveaant (From Thursday Daly) rtttsbar Aug 21With their I Franz Deer eU n_____ 4 7 ODania the preJlcOoa. Mr Stoneman ,.. table skew tile vote' received by eachranJldate v
Flfhfonner president ant at present The city primary election being houses cracking window breaklug I Prcf J.K. Small Ph.D-, of New _n_____.11..0 It 6 16Toed. ce 1'tl'e a total of (27 vote against tn the several preelnU, ef
a member of the boar of director held today to nominal two aldermen Into Tork City, author of Flora of the 400 by Mr. Saander*. and Mr. Braa- the county. with the latch tad majority .
/ of the Illinois Central Railway. declined completing th. mnaklptl and chimney linking Jeep thai, Southeastern United State. has Just: ....__.. -5Z7' 4Qq r 44J lilac 411 vote to 441 for Mr. W<>r- of th* two tsjecanafnldate eaadi-
r today to comment on the personal ticket. ls proving quit lively with ground several hundred foreigner returned to his! hvme after a week Maturity .. p u__ |lilT I 151> I u_ ley, )lr. Stoneman being nominated *. i;
encounter between himself u exceptionally good rot being have fled from their home In Port pent In the lower Biscayne country bv a majority of liT votes and MrBrsnnlng Th* county executive enMite l
knd James T. Harrahan. tile present polled Pee, a aonthslde suburb fearing, He I* In love with this section by (I. These gentlemen will meet at th* court hoaa Tea ."'
1 head of the system, at a meeting The four' candidate. Measr J. below Cutler. For Jailr F. B. Stoneman.For with Mr H. Dale Miller nominated and canvas tIN return vhtoli ..
death In landslide which threaten after .
;1 of tb* board of director yesterday A. Dan, S. C. Tucker Lester a Prof H. M. Russell entomoll- Solicitor-H. P. BraaDla, clerk In th. ant primary will be the nomination will he ewe.... *a> .
afternoon J. workIng to bury Seat street on which This I* the result of the second certified to Governor tot
and V. Broward
Granger Ryan are I gist also spent a day st Cutler with Governor Hroward. Th ernUnal
+ The trouble between nab and hlnccerpor harj and polling out a much are about twenty ...eI1IDp.O1Ie Richmond. looking over the conn- primary held yesterday for aomln appointment to the respse,.. office" court to schednl to -9Ue its
f arose when nab attempted larger rot than had been expected hundred yard below theyPlttbarg try In a general way H a hend ting for appointment by the gover to which nominated. first term oa September II"Citizen"
to get before tte board a resolution From the men are at Orlando bat 1-
appearances Lake Erie: Railroad recently "I quarters are now,
1" which In effect demandedcomplete : running a close roes At S o'clock later be will be here during the .
a Investigation of the ad this afternoon: a total of SIS totesbad started to male a cut for ad-I and Union
ndnlstrftlon! of ,tbs company sino beta east.and the prediction wa dltlonal track. The earth between J- I Carpenters Have a Say About eJ

j the elevation o< Harrah to the made That at east ISO vote will the cut and the hillside on which r JnShr\ vegetable crops.

r. prealJencr no! resting. ot the reeolut'on! wa for hare poll at been 6 o'\ook.cast at the close of the the oft house sheep atone.stand I* The underlaid whole with hill!I Model Dr. Richmond land Co. ham forty-sold flve for area the ot, Mr. J. F. Woodworth and Statement of Mr. P. L RyaaFdltor :1

Interrupted by motion calling The Inspector and clerk erring land near Naranja. to )fro L. N.
t} an Immediate adjournment of Uw are M. E. Jones Capt. J. F. J..- 1* now slowly dropping toward the, 8nel He will pant: bans. and I I
meeting. and the motion was Cle- don Cant Erich Holmes" and Dr cut tomatoes
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e 'dared carried Flab protected I George T. Leml The counting of I During the part twenty-four hours I School open today for the regular C -t-! ti
f hit the action wee Illegal "You ballot will take bit a short Ume about one thousand yards of the' term. Metropolis" : IM and other articles would l Ise. the public that the rtatMtesjf (.
bunsea and the result will 'bto known soon street with Its houses, ha dropped In the Evening Record of the ltd rnblisotd: Mr Kysn stated that the Evening Record: of yesterday.
ho uld.wIt contrary after the elo.\ of the poll.DOI1.E.NORWOOD. Joe feet below ITS original level I Inrt was printed aa article Selling should such an act on be taken, the credited to P. L. Ryan
E* to all parliamentary proceedings It bunting lens and water mains and Major Shone isDangerously I with the apoolnttrent: of J. F.\\'0041"or .iTalr would be! referred to the national Carnet1 'ra' L'rlon. ,Nelit.aa proal.&oacnr ..,im f
It a breach of courtesy to interpow leailrg the village without light orj I :h and In part the article rejd headquarter of the union I which he I I. stated to have
ft notion to adjourn la the middleof o lire protection I that "Mr. F. L. Ryan; president of) *lth a request that the member or : the sentiment of the ualon.wer ipokm us. '
director remarks I Insist The JarksonTllle Metropolis gives Three hundred men are at work 111' I he CTprters Union. sated that' members making tuts atement bel authorised so far aa wa are oummr*-
that the meeting I* cot adjourned the following account of the weddiai vainly trying to check the landslide. the appointment was tatlti. ory to' expelled ed
and I trail proe-ed with tag resoJu- of Mr Arthur J. Doyle and MUs while C'roor hy'!:orlcal women the holy over which he This matter to aired to the craze I
# ton." )lr. rifb eoneluded Mary Norwood' who are spending, and chUJren watch the widening or as he thought Mr. / preal1-.J'1 d.l to show this the oplslon of W*. at cttlrena of Miami and ...
'The meeting siasds aljournedretorted ." their honeymoon la Miami: I the "...".*. (From Thursdays Dally) fair man: one who always one or twenty-tve of his friend Ion carpenters, are vetting somewhat
4 Hirrlhan But it U not t ratrrlage of much Interest News was received this morning union labor" tines not constitute the oploola "oi': wan of this sort of thing Whenever
1sf adjourned," Fish replied hotly Vat that of Miss Mary Norwood' Over one million persons visit the that Dr. and Mrs Skaggs have been If P. L. Ryan mad inch a statement the union a* whole Mr Ryan wishes to apwak n*> fJ. .
Ton arc all oola! of HarrUxan andparpoot. youngest daughter of Mr. and Vr*.I Ilrt.h! Museum each yeurSTATE called by telegram 10 the bed ld" he did so without in'horUr In all ftlrue: would the statement thorttlvelT for the ulna tt would -, .
*---" "And your a liar" W H' Norwood, to Arthur J. | 'of Major W. J Shone who Is lit of tha jin'.on a* at the time the above If made DT Ryan or twenty. I be la order for hint U notify themembers
aid Harrahan. springing to his tart Doyle, of Jacksonville.r'F1 ., which Trron. N. C.. dangerously 11. Ma- '''I' article appeared" In the Record the fire of his frUnds. that his brother and take a vote before par I
t wtia the Inset expression of Fish took place oa the nth of this month Jor and Mrs. Shone went to the matter had never been Drought b'- '":is the choice of: the njlon: for taming to state for pukHratto Jest t'
Fish" was up In an instant and grab- at 10 oc'oek! a* the residence at COMA FAIR mountains tome weeks ago hoping < fore the union bat on the nigh not the oTIco 3l alderman prove that ian < what our opinion aad mtantlotM- .
,P,,_ ting his euceeesor by the arm shoved the hrlle parent at Perry. On. change wO'llI benefit the formers the 2Id: 1n""t., al a regular meeting, opinion of two hundred oUicr are -
bin back In his chair Then the Rn. J. W Arnold officiating health but It U feared that he may of the union the assembly was toll men who ad not expressed themaet- W* ar eitlaens of Miami' oestrtnionlv
other member of the board rushed i Miss Annie Woodard. of Perrr; not recover although his many I that a few men objected to tlis v'"s on the subject what to beat for th* general)
In aaj separating" the two Mr Fred Doyle of Jack ontlle: HARD HIT BY friends at Cocoanut Grove andthroughout t i, naten>cnt made by Mr. Ryan *H A larre. sober and Icflnentla1; welfare of oar ctCr: When aay meat. ?
led them out and away by .epanel Mica Elizabeth Riley of Perry and the county will hope for n mo'lon to endorse his action wk non Is inquired to safely carry the meet It set oa foot which does not
ro te*. )lr. W. D. Sapp ot jAcknonTUto / more favorable news unstained when carried! to a 1'o'el vote or opinions of such a large "rFiliation conduce to that end pie*** d. m
were the attendants with little -- The members present on that nigh In his vest pocket Vi'lrd the justice to consider n not la tt i
; PRKPARIXG TO PAINT I Muses Aarelia Cooper and Martha STORM GET IT HEFOKE 1HT did not number over twenty-five aid has a perfect right to feather Signed: B. Suttow. A. ?:r 8olWser
r AVENGE;; D 1IKIUCR Riley both of Perry a* flaw*'r glrh A.XD PKFP .*T COMEt: the s'-ength of the carpenUra uf<- his, own aNt If h. uses no other J. n. Oonva: r, Mslso
R "Ml** Louise Riley saag TJ UT ion Is over two hundred" One ein bird. feathers. 8. J. Rover. W. M. -Aflew;
A force of tees are engaged la or I Would Die for Ton" Miss Have you seen the comet If readily see that the twnfTIIpmf'mbf.n atUeo L. Coker. C. 1. WRsu,1. B.
crsplng the Iron aaj 'steel work Bessie Hovser played tho Wedding you have not. and want to tuflklent- were a poor representation Whitney. W. H..at..... O. IICtopton .
X the Avenue D Bridge and preparing march and during the ceremony she ly to stay QI an night or arise Just of over two hnjidrej men Further C. B. Forma P, C. '
tt for ,,",alaU.1I'lb.* floorIng played soft (train* of music Knabenshue's Airship and before t s.IlL. you must make haute more three of the 18 or 20 mn MR. KYAV8VKRK.\ H'laUa.l.. Bailey B. H*'
of the bridge will also be repaired "The attendant entered from the For. while It t* now only forty mil I who voted In the affirmative on the VXAVTHORIZEn Peterson. J. J. Wright. A.
rear of' the reception call. followedby con mile away from the earth, It I* question) are emnloyee of Mr.Wood- Trapp J. R. Bwaison A. Leo
the flower girl, scattering pink and Captive Baloon Set traveling swiftly ovyond the range worth and have been for several To the Public: AOen W. It, !taint..' A. 5.
.j A BIO CROWD AT THE and white rose petal, preceding the of the naked eye, end In two week months( We. the nndercgned union ear- Jeyner A. M. Hart O. sV,
BEACH RESORT TODAY !ibrlJe and groom and forming a on .Fire and Burned will not be visible even to the man I Hearing that inch an article as renters of Mia til. desire to Inform CollWT' .
j teml-etrcl before :a bank of palms with a telcsvopo -
An necessity large crowd west and rose*. C Only for the Isrt ten days ha It Woman Dead From NEW JEREMY HA3GECG Good Florid Beef sr
1 over to the beach podgy. many on "The bride was gowned U a stylish been visible to the nacked eye. I 1.\1 r1
the morning boU. and a tm greater traveling tart of tag. and YON The eomi, which has not been I Trenton N. 3. Ass St- John (
lace blouse of shad PeiMotne. 1., Ang SI A chrlUneJ.I about 30 degree north Th* largest Florida beef Te t
number at one nd two o'clock, a clnny ease Injuries By Lion I B. Schayler. convicted: of the murder -
an bent on hiving goad time and carted a shower bouu.net of windstorm track the Coma state!I of Oriol and about SO deere a of Manning Riley to under sentence brought to Orlando to the on* U, "'hWUmolt's
.. white aste-- and fern. bbove the eastern horizon II101'tO.nortll..t. to b hanged tomorrow alFlemlngton.
dancing or bathing In the Ther' fair ground early today causing I market today It tips
"The deimaldf: won whit uJt now the moon w The
Blscayae Orchestra to on hand dispensing damage amounting to one hundred execution wa the beam at I4S pound) and to tM
Ia Jane mustc Mngerle gown elaborate/ trimmed dimming its brllllinrt greatly" I I on finally et for Jane 2M. tint was 1
In lace. and carried bcuquet of thousand dollars. A live wire wk* postponed pending application tor n prim condition being graan M.
PKtsbnrg. II Mrs! Anna i
pink alter blown against Knabmisbue airship -I Aug. new trial which was refused Orange county can raise good beet ,
Schooner Collins After an Informal reception Mr. and captive balloon setting fire DR. W. B. RUSlrtOMOVE o A Luna. Hnrke Park' who was attack 'd at I I. a I I. demeetatedby tsklag a tarn
an amusement resort
and Mr*. Doyle left for Dn>Jc.otul *. Btreeg Man the different market ot'" *
to them totally destroyed both The| Tuesday by nnmldtaa Orlando
a large lion
yon
Beach Fla. and other place of In
and beef
Follcwrug close upon the announce I selag the prim
5 bill tent of the Harvester Co. wa* which escaped front one of the aide
; Sails Next MondayA terest" FROM' MIAMI I ment of Mr Jenntpgs that he would the hooks at all Uma-OrUnd*
3 blown down and the exhibits ruined thows died yesterday Mr*. Hucke slung Reporter-Star
not enter the primaries next
DERTH OP ACnVTTT by the heavy rain and firs.KENTVCKY was ppnetated _r a tooth of the year '
x I lion is candidate: for governor came themouncement -
AT TKRH1AM DOCK .1 and several ribs b.rokeD. i I, of the Hon JefferTnR
A able was reeevJ this morn- COLONY"TO On next! Saturday night Dr. Vv. Browne of Key Testbat be Permanent Stable r
t lag from Capt G40.F. Cook who Is There Is a general Jerth of actin BE FORMED TOMGHT.All R. Rush: will close his office and Maceneo the rumors war hor. would be a candidate for the place |

at Aqaan ,(Honduras, with the ty about the terminal dock. Little K.l1tU'-;; lectures I here and the first of next: I of Napoleon. is said to hare been! Thus It 1 Is that is one npponed to;
schooner Collins that the in Miami and he rreato war horse known n, Board Public WorksAlthough
ftt IM stating Is doing In yard and still less 'I week move to Lake City wher h" ba candidate falls by the *sysdianothrr
e th* vessel wig ale ror Miami next I] In the boat repairing line owing Dade county are requested and InV1ted -' will take charge or a drug sion.1 modem history The emperor rod stir to be easd6lste' arises I
Monday largely to several of the stamen < to be present at the Fair having an ofDce practice In conne..1 Marecgo!: for the las time In th |
Captain Cecil has been at being laid up for the summer while Building tonight at which a "Kea-I I Uoa with the same I h"ttle of Mount ?t. Jean mhere the to fill the vacancy: Mr Brown. wash i
ran ports th< pat several Hondu-I the other are at work la the key cocky Colony win be organisedand Dr. Rush moved to Miami five' hone received his seventh wound at. one period of his' political lit* i It will be used a* a Vx4 "
officer elected The steed I fined up with that part of the democratic work hour the of k
airraaglng for >fees agents year ago and entered actively Into died at the age of 31. I during erection ,
the line ot *booa.,.. Although tli* CarM!* Memorialat the practice of medicine to lowing party In Florida popularly denominated the Or* department headqaarter.
proposes to run from Edinburgh was projected a* long the same to about two month ago,! as the people ss dtslrnulh the woodeei building now sale**
Honduras lal) the Cooper I ago as 1814 only lOt poa.4an had when be was forced to *;o t> the .-d from th? corporationsIt coarse of erection to tended a. n
f>aas Bg.r bas nee- the Isaac b* received from ninety-two su. BOLD ATTEMPT( TO mountains of North Carolina for hit RY. OFFICIALS ON :1, l Is now said that: the gentleman'spolitical barn for the stock: of the Board *C
affiliations for the few
put
now being oJi oa the first criber*. health He i* somewhat Improved Public Work +
but believes a change andten I I ears have been with the last named The building I.I 4* by S4 feat p
permanent
activity will prove ... j I; sing of the rail' Pe this ss it and belsg pt up In a ...w.aaUalmann.r.
Why Merchants tionReq est df S ROB SCRVN( ( Mrs Rosh and daughter .lIelle'.1 INSPECTIONS I tnav-. Mr. Browne Is a strong man i ii After the fire balldlic and ,
from both mental and stand -
ri*. who are still! In i political city hall building ave been latohed -
i tins, will Join Dr. Rush iioln's gad It Is rate to say that h* It will be partitlosed oft Isle
f, ; An Extension of Daily Train Service City late In the fall I, will be a factor In the coming racMadlton stalls and otherwti prepares toe tjI f

NOME( :MR. BRAXMXG---18- Lak"l TOURFrom I New Enterprise |1 the scromodatlon of the city sleek-

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(From Wednesdays- Dully J II Michael Coogan, Injured By Train ,

L nit meeting of the Merchant ilea would b* relieved To the People of Dade County: '

Association yesterday afternoon was The matter was given thorough the result of yesterdays primary Died Here in Extension 11
held for the purpose of taking action discussion and the opinion was nnaalmou From Thursday's Daily tn derrmlne mho the nominee ar.a'' ( Thursday Dally) HospitalL}
> relative |to Inducing the officials that the rsjlroaj companywill Bat for the breaking of two 'to h* recommended to Governor I .\ special train bearing Mr. J. R
o !tthe F. E. C. Railway to change grant the request, and In order plate In the kitchen the residence Broward for appolntri to the rurrott R. T. Golf and other of
-*' the schedule of the Homestead I to bring the matter prominently ot Dr. J. B. Screven on 7th rtreci. jadKeshli and eMlcltorahlp of the I firlals of the F. f. C Railway trnvcd -- -
to train, so that U will run through before them a committee>> consistingof would probably have been burglar criminal court of .record. for m'l here at 4 clock this morning I t
f* {from Won Palm Beach, leaving I John: W. Watson. hider Cohen! iced last night: but as it Is nothing par. ts IndPel very rratlfyinz: al1.11 mid at i 1\ clock proceeded down tin From Thursdays Dally I, one heel. He never galnj eonscionsievs -
L there In the morning aid returning I and C M. Brown !!'f.. were appoint, to missing : can not form wctrdj adequate toexpres estnr.ftlnn| on a tonr of Inspection \ .hl'- man haltered to b., one after being struck
| V *- tn the evening making all Intermediate td to take the mater np with them i Between two and three 0'clock my rpprxclallon of the loyal The party will fo at far as Ism*.I Micharl ('oo an. of Sew York w,isss An ntflcvion! card and tetter J
\ ;\ 1 r It was recitej that sine the one Eanrdav he will probably he consulted awakened by a noben the kitchen.1' countv and mill pay p vlal attention to the |I, % run over by an eglne and thr*" l that bis name was Michael
train echedil from Miami that person I here, otherwise Mr. Watson, An Investigation revealed two plops I will f'nd..v"r. throughout my progress of the work and that con ,1 >''ff about 8 clock last night near Coosasj it plumber wenty-alae '-.
reading at poiat Intermediate win likely go to 1"C. Augustine to' Broken on the kitchen floor ant: I term to do m\ whole duty to the: timpljtel Then will return here 'IV" Intrrv ctlon of Ninth street year of are. ot New Tort City # e
to Miami and West Palm Beach are present the matter. the window open' where a person I lst of my ability trod give to everyone tomorrow right or Saturday mornIng ,n.| 'nJurtod to such aniteni tn..i About II1) In money" was found c fIII.
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forced to spend two night and on* Monday brine Labor Day. and a hid entered and where be had an hcnc--t deal and honorable : aid after spending the day In hn died In he railroad hospital at per oo. No rnqoest was .01 .
day la Miami U order to do shopping rational holiday the matter ot cloving Jumped out and beat a retreatIt I STvlce This 1s my first ate the city return north :: clock this morning I II The body Is BOW in the passer 6f
or transit bust*** that inn store* and 'place c-t hnalnea*, In prerumed that the Intruder tempt at office holding and I foci I Just how th- accident occqred 'Is, lou of undertaker. Klag, ssd win '> 'I
I' receive atuntfon tn a few hour thai wa discussed but no petition ecUmtally caused the breaking of corfl'ent\ that I ,,ra lect.d by the It has. been said that If the who! I not mat Coogaa was be held a reasonable length of tins; .
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Consequently there to a perceptible or eomm..k'aUoa'.uaa the platen and fearing that people and not by any faction: or of the power from Niagara were on 1 : and apparently awaltlsg 1.rma'l from the safe Y
Tallin off' In outslJe -business pat I the nine having been received from' lOIN hid awakened the _. th.1 I factional influent utilized. It would only give three,, did not see or hear the ai)- of uer"n..ed In New York Coega a,;
tonag. With.th* Homestead train .. the labor organisation of the ctt,.. of the house, decided to lave Very spctf'illy time th* horsepower that 1* throwt I I i pmschlag, tain. His injury ronslsMl :- was nro'sblr an extension laborer
., running throne from West Palm I. It was decided that the store wig for detection aaft neon he could I' H. Pierre Branntns away by the blast furnaces of the ,, of a crish In the skull bark ofi r who II/d either, qtil' or been di.J
Veeda tad return aily. this condt- not close compile his pUTerwg.. West Palm Beach A.,. 21. United State alone i i i i the right ear. and a slight mash ,:rf I, charg' d frr n the workv .
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( Weekly Miami Metropolis NO FOR CAUSE ALARM 1


-- The recent Interview with John D
Bi B. Term President 8. Bobo :Dean, S e.-Trw.
Rockefeller, published in the New o
THE MIAMI' PRINTING COMPANY
York World In which he declared Metropolis
I' tx aaoaihs . 7. . $1.00 On year ....................too that the country Is approaching a''' ReadersDo

Those paying la advance wm receive a year subscription for $1.50 panic: and that President RooseveltIs
\ aid *tx months subecrlpttoa for 7( cent Thla la a liberal dlacoori w Iadac to blame I. attracting more or
strictly advance payments I less attention at the hands of the
financial Journals of the country i

Katered at the Postofflee at Miami. Florida, second-class The Wall Street Journal for Instance ,
aa matter.
says that> the trouble of not feel that their day is
which Mr Rockefeller speaks Is not complete if they
UD.Y, AlGfHT 80. t901 confined to this country; that it is
world wide end ..o on. But the have not perused its
columnsandgleanedthe
-- Wall Street Journal admiu that
YESTERDAY'S THE CALAMITY Fresid-nt Roosevelt's crusade again

PRIMARY ELECTION HOWLER RAILED c along corporation in the has United helped States.tf e trouble After news of the world from itlIT

Fran( Friday1 Daily) The calamity howler has been declaring that the financial critls l laa hII

Yesterday's primary elect Ion, while nailed There are no dull times la I International crisis, the Journal
says: I
generally aacceasfal both at the largeamber Miami and Dade county. ThU to I
"It is not confined to the United
.. of votes polled and the thor- proven by the statement ot leading The Miami
States and M a matter of fact Is I Metropolis is a It has
.ah order and |.od teellac that merchants who not only admit their more acute abroad than here. The lIT the largest circulation *

prevailed, wa not'' without the eustonary -I business as good but better than It policy of the administration toward I nl clean il

cvrprlsea aad .attendant ,.> WM this Urns a year ago. the corporations In the quite States newsy, independent of any daily newspaper pub-
'' has haj nothing to to>> with the .
aenlta. Of course, there to a certain
ing of Interest abroad with the r..1 newspaper with a will of its lished
[\ ** One ot the** way the phenomenalnoa amount of baslnesa laxity, bat that pression in consoL and other own; in the United States in a

aaad hy F. B. Hard*, for U expected at this season of the I lip government bonds and with

;: city marshal, he aecarmg a plurality year and the comparison drawn by markets.the collapse The of the foreign fundamental stock II ever leaning towards the advance city the size of Miami, and goes
great
vote over three axronc competitor the Merchants of the town to against

.: *, and eaptarlag ices nomination the condition they expect aad know and situation universal at thto fact time tt II the-the Inmnclal lack of ment and good of Miami and into the home of the farmer the

la the Ant primary. Another was mast come daring the late months capital with which to conduct the ,

'the alcaal defeat of James T. Baa- of summer.bas held Other than thto' buslaesa I' enterprise of the world. )leaf II' Dade County. It does not dabblein merchant the banker the '
pdsrn, tor ItaBlcipal Judge by John well up to and even things have contributed to bring me-
C. Gramliag. while a third wa tile above the July and August standard about this Inicrnational situation partisan affairs but
upholds chanic
jfcaaral mixed vote lor & dorm .. with prospect exceedingly bright Th. waste of war and Neuter, the and laborer. The Metropolis
tsar increase
from
a
steady
now
v' on. watte of extravagance, thwastes
ex candidate receiving fiattertag
support and making aa excellent Bit the howler. Little attention of the speculation In real estate and good and righteous administration -
should be respects and
him.
to He
paid to aa respectability
la securities, with
ahowiag. Three of the present board together the tremendous ,
,Ot aldermea terra. J. E, Lammas, Individual with a knocking propensity rapidity with which work
willed by a diseased aatar H IItorr.pt puts a good word where it
*
4. I. wu.oa..4 J. B. ReUly tt developing the resource of the gives an impartial account of the
in body and soul sad maybe ..
1. some ta for re-aomlaatioa. while well! that ha been going n for
;feaan M. R. Kellam and T. N. Oan- thinks and the he town to doing himself jastiee the tost ten years have, coupled belongs and holds a clenchedfist happenings of the
a duty whea he host U city
with the aimalus of county
;" tier lead th* new aaptraat t y the gold production ,
I* ....... .: detvd brought about thU situation. -
margin sad nominat'f
,were to vice and disorder
he doe little harm and oataide of
: 'eE The clerkship WM sans. Mr. AH. being a nuisance and a pest eaa be among state, country and world the day X41
Adam defeating htr. Arthar Keller "71e remedy for this Is not tobe
endared-
To those who aad
l hy aevea *. those who do not w* dedicate boost Kually found at Washington\ or st Lon" persons and affairs it happens and gives it
l'f'? Th. reoaK II aattofactary sad the the following line by Dr. Homer doa or at Berlin or at P rU. Govemment correctlyAsanadvertisingMediurn
,MetropoU* exteed* ooegratalatloaa Clark Bennett: I may aM or may check IB* .
,1\ to th* fortanate candidates, while'tothoe work of readjustment, but that work i
1. who aMaeceaatal Do you know there's lot o' peopleBetUa' must
were It to performed by the markets
.,t 1 .., 'remember round la every town.Orowlla' which
*: poUtloa la a game themsehea. are now la a fairway
;I ,.f _Del at which some OlIO map every good thing down of doing so"
wU aced loeeJ Doat yon be that fled o' cattle,
othan { Tha Utter "Cause Tbat !**em* to be a very clear exposltloa 3
they alat no raw oa earth
: vat their lack. Let Ibm abide It Yoa Just be a booster rooster. of th* situation here and

-:; aasarfany.BUSXKSS. Crow aaj boost for all yoa're worth. a abroad and there 1* plenty of evidence
'
aI to sustain the Wall Street
TIDE Journal's &Me1Uoa that the markets
If your town needs boosUn' boot *r
J INSTILL( RISING Doa't hold back ..' watt to ae* themselves ar* gradually working The'- Metropolis is conceded
oat the problem by merchants
r If home other feller's wlUla'. which confront all at home and
VT". year ago timid buI_. mea Ball right la-thto country" tree financial ceners. Furthermore
; an nor the world felt that the Udaof No one's got a mortgage oa It. there to nothing in roe atmosphere abroad to be the best medium in this section for obtaining
to much alarm.
,r :fcaslaea* prosperity ms.tIaratkat.tb. 100II It'* Just your, u mach M hto. cause
peadalaai meet abort If your towa to shy oa bootee results from ,
ty awiaa: .backward'to' the oar of Yoa get la the boostia'; bis. |INTERCHANGEOF advertising. Metropolis advertising speaks
.
; Ida--fiat risinr 'Ia"" exteaslv ,
< RAILWAY
laveatateaU of aamf sands thaaauiaaaa If thing don't Just seem to salt you TRAFFIC for itself. Backing up the opinions of the merchants who
> tacrcaaa In volam.'of bad .' ,
J. the worlJ seems kinder wrong The announcement of the Interstate .
., Maa fa aTHT Uaa maul bring thdraaJed < What's the matter with a boosUa. commerce commission that in patronize the \
u, M raactloa matt bring "bar l Jest to help the think along; future It will compel interchange ot Metropolis, is the circulation of the paper and

1 -u-. 'Cans If thing should stop a-ffota' traffic between railroad will be rereived -
.< YY71 rw ar* aot. ao many ot the** Wed be ta a sorry plight with general interest by the a paid up subscription list, 95 per cent paid in rdvance. '
;t ttmld people aow-bat there ar* lUll You just keep that born a-blowln', public, who have often suffer*! at up
.;t .... wae are afraid ,of their'' owahadew Boost '... ap with all year might the bands of some big road which
-
,. ta a but... way; sad whs had adopted a system of boycotting .
# .*.* evfl port et'' ta overy speck oa If yoa see some tenet tryla' a mailer u... aay the Macon y
s the bastae* horUon. For to make aome project go. New\ The purpose ot the commto -
"A treat taaa oaoe defined a,peeaiaatet Yoa caa boost It ap a trifle. since to to have traffic go oa free
\ .aa "oa who aee* two .vl U flat a your nit to let him know aid uninterrupted la normal channels
/,waer* bat oe exists AND ACCEPTS. That yoa're not a-goln to knock it, sad over direct route Com A Firtft-Class Job
.J' THEM BOTH." Occasionally ..r" Just beeaase It alat your "8II0a,," mlsdoner Lane ta explaining the recent Printing
.chant Jaatlflea this detaltlon. Bat you're gola' to boost a lliU. order of the commission on the
_Th* real BUSINESS OPTIMIST Uhe Caoce he's got "the beat thing oaf rabject said:
't who ref... to *** vea Ont evil "Tb. commissloa now bas the
,where two exist-or 'to accept ett..r.1 It you know com feller's faDla'a, power to make Joint rates and
t ( Io.a.M matter' of fact. the ,wiaeatvtataeaa i Just forget '_. .e.... you know through routes ao that it to not possible Plant in Connection
men (lICIt the most oDnLRfoDrat That I same feller' got some good for a railroad to refuse aa alliance
th* BMt farieelg) be- Pointy with another and amaller
'H Te. at the presort moment, that Thf m'* the one you want to snow; road where there ha* never bees
BUSINESS FLOOD-TIDE IS A LIFK "Cast your loan oat on the water.They'll a thiough rocte.

,TIME AWAY i come back" '. a sayta' true "We have power also to require The"Metropolis job printing plant is
With usual sad Harmless filets l/eLM' they will come back, "bnU a railroad to permit a branch roadto complete and puts out the .

,BE atioos.BETTER'Bl'SINtSS AND: BETTER 18 GOING EVERY TO When tered.some" feller boost for yea make-th* connection two :road with being the owned mainline neatest and best work for the price in the state. Printing of

TEAR FOR THE REST or OUR
# a and operated by separate bands of
.NATURAL LIVES ao that weahoald e.plt.a1tsta-ao that he road all kinds done .
THX RED { larger at reasonable prices and with dispatch '
not spend mach Urn worry-
to not able to kin or eves cripple ..a
r gird CMIt what we will do whoa DETTL ROUTE the smaller road. In other words, I
l time*" com axmia. And, M our function in that respect makes
r always. food sad poor time Ianl MeCormlck. a young millionaire -
it Impossible for a powerfal road tr"
'Tit who of New York, bore aa honors
pwnhaat advcrttoea asoetJridkioanlf
to crab ruin small
cripple or
a
.t M RoUc to be the McceM Me name aad had advantage inlift Pamphlets By-Laws I
Engraved
road whose business life and existence ; Visiting Cards
that few have. ,
men From
yt aaerchaat fc* hia line ad the oarho p young are only possible by connection -
to "awn beet"! ta arfvrrtlsUjarffl the earliest day of auto racing thtogrbcelesa with the i
The
larger roads.
be*. rt ace*"!.ta *ta dteg aad sclera of OlIO of the Tick the powerof Bill Heads '
commlision thus the
.Fit'r. I lit sad oldest families la ,Poagh- death-knell to such a form gives ot mono ; Letterheads : Wedding Invitations -
J k.lpaJe became a speed Bead, aad poly."
.U7 were the accidents he met
i iB The effect of this order will be
wtJi and many were the Area hepatd. Envelopes Cards
,. ', J.uasTOWlI1! HI reckless driving Won the to correct a very grave abuse and. i Announcements E EI
a _I' adtnlratioa of lira. Carrie Coo verse,l, carried to its logical vial the new ,
Wow that the Jamestown exportUOB policy will require the larger railroad
the wife o fa wealthy merchant: and
i : fa practically completed, the atJteadaae leader la society and for year to prorate with the smaller Circulars Pones i at lowest
to IncreaalBC and advene au she eloped with young MeCorm" and weaker companies and prevent prices
-1' eriUdsm to dlmin in4 Every one felt la hto -Red Devil" and they shippers located along the line of .
i ''who vatt th* sboPtlsadndd th* arch Wired the country at breakneck the email road from being confined .
tectare more attractivethaa to restricted market. The change
speed,
baring many hair-breadth escape
,.,"" that of other greet world' sad being many times arrested I will prove' most welcome one to k
,fain: aid u exhibits, they for reckless speeding.The many shipper who have suffered
lorJth.
.<. are highly although not hasbaad. after the manner of through the greed of the big line I The
'p. extensive aa three round at St. husbands la the East need McCor-j'I' and their desire to cruch oat the Weekly Metropolis

lioal* or Chicago jTh mick for 100,004 damages and his smaller one*.
h Jameatowa} exposition, u aa w+fe for a divorce MeCormlck finally I I
expostlloa, presents many aalqa* paid IS.OOO for the release of I I :SHALL WE I
featara sad to oa the whole by far
Mrs. Converse I
from her
marriage i ]KISS THE BRIDE ? I
the greatest thlai of the klad .v a vows and married her himself. Altlouga. I Has a larger circulation A
heU la the SoatlL What eapeclatrytaUrata socially oelraet... theo yl I Authorities on etiquette have long among pineapple and vegetable

visitors at $utelllg a, so Maintained a ton house *ad a sum disagreed as to whether It II proper I of Dade
Umeat and patriotic ardor to tile hUtortcal met home and spent much of their'i i lor all the male guests at a wedding I growers County, than any other publication. It
department. The history time la the "Red Devil."I : to kiss. the*ride. The question hu
t ,baildiag and th4 Smltheoalaa exhftit A few day ago taey started from I been treated lightly up to his limo I contains all the news both locally and otherwise which'

are well wprta while, evea ifaothlag New Haven to New York )a a aL- but a recent wedding. &benall.uaki..7r -
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else tUgot be sees And cylinder racer and whea aa eighty ther was miscel I happens during week-Subscribe for
1 moat fatere to the lover horse power ute appeared oa then = so disastrously Weekly Metropolis
;l\\of Amerlcaa history ar* th* old colalal .
: a race ensued MeCormlck that It would seem that The
: fovea ot ib j Willlamsharg and ran Into a buggy tore It to piece,I Hague conference aught better COB ,
!
Torktow close >. vmilamsbargta crippled the two women la It aad elder this question than waste Its
s \ easily the aapoat historically laflaralag nil hto machine against a Urge tree time talking shoat msarmant at
't towa in the United State.. chick stood Its ground. The "om-I I time when nation are striving .1
that to to soy. la!thto cadent capital sa WM horribly mangled and instantly see who CaD build the moat Dreadnought Advertise
k '.t Ttrglnta are "re.CJ'I&1er killed and McCormick was *. in the Miami Metropolis
"aamber of laadmark thaa can be '
thrown fifteen feet Into a field toe I All the trouble came about says
bead ta any otber city-North or killed The other ear did not stn plthe I Macon New o through the appearance
....... Tree frUliamabarg to al- to see whether they dead :
were or at the wedding of a rivslof
:: ,way oa exhibition tad tourists .N not and they were round by the bridegroom who fell In with Bring Printing to
all th* while Ttattlng the place. Batvtowaj tanner. .1 the other guest who were on the I your MetropolisAddress
la coaaedUoa with the Jameetowa Thus the ..
ended career of thto kissing n. A* to the custom with ,
rb zpoattioahrhlch celebrates the pair who deliberately threw away I Slavs each of the _en who kissed. I
L ter-eenteaalaJ of the ant English honor and respectability and who la j the bride placed a dollar oa a plate i
settlement oa:Jrons., the qaalat a double sense traveled at th* *peed I to create a house-furnishing tan for j
',, old town rich la htoteric that lead to testrocUoa The'' the young couple Rut when the ,
store and historic color. wealth "'hleh shorts hare made hated rival came to the bat. Jealousy I
,:I la till early ''ao'.ma the country them asefal enabled hem to gratify; I msde the bridegroom forget v

i".,, between Norfolk sea Rtehmoad to their Illegitimate desire, and theirdesire I hto party manner and he started a
-I. f pkt1Il'N't..4; charming sad chow were of a coal that destroy rough house which Involved. the entire all Communications
<. 1 who eaa take latVptember to
persons % vacatloa manhood any womanhood. The company and resetted la the
.br.aid hy all mesas "McCormick scandal" to thus ended serious Injury. of twelve persona.
': apeat a Jpart ot It at amestowa terceatewalal. and their death WM a fitting j I One woman who tried to save her 4,
Those Iwho can appreciate dote of their ear.netr"eaItJa ,! husbanj from a ftrnbblng had her
f" the tree eel the beJaatiral win did not Mve them from becoming, finger bitten off and among the men
be richly repaid. Dan and anImaglaatlT octal pariahs, and oa the road they: j taken to the hospital were William
;? ) folk win car meetly were a menace to Innocent traveler !Maeonto. Peter Xatakn. Andrew Miami
; tar th* War Path amasemeat*. and *. Their ending to a tragedy that Dersawtes, tad Stteey Constanty.Jit Printing Co.
f th. traveled yoaag ova of the bla cow Joe not surprise or shock aced : entire house war wrecked aad

.. habit will lad aothiag to enjoy while they went to their [rave.early in. la the excitement tae bride lost her
,An sack had better remain at home casket few were the mourners wedding ring. All of which shows
sad son" their money rat. thoaiands at their faneraltae toetoa toobvioua. that hereafter bo! wedding should be
there win be who will.... la Jame* palled off without having the ruler

r--... 'y ,towa sad wm Jean aomethlag worth -e -- of the game thoroughly outlined by
knowing every hoar of their Uy ta Comptroller Croon say that prohibition a soda arbiter la advance. 432-434 Twelfth
6 '. historic *4d ,Vlrgtala.e win eaas. a deficit instate the Street Miami FloridaThe

h e treasury. There to little doubt' September SlUt ha bee* named ,
Oa. week from today or Monday. I- the comptroller to right bat what** by Mayor Sebriag. Jacksonville Day ,

September S. to.Labor Day. the dlflereaos. aaywayt I at th* Jamestowa ,expoHUoa. E f

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I GENERAL DIRECTORY Ii 1 I

: Remarkable and Steady DevelopmentThis I




STATE OFFICERS i COUNTY COURT I


Allen e. Heyiwr .. Judge 1
Cewrnor . Napoleon B. BrowardSecretary Miami.I: is Particularly True of Slaven's Island-Many wii1
of State.H Clav Cra ford
R. R. Taylor Prosecuting AtfyMiami.
Attorney General . W. H. Ellis Settlers are Proving Up Homesteads
Treasurer .. . w. V. Knoll I
first In January
Terms, Monday
C o>,troller .. A. C. Croom
and October.
April July
Com. of Agriculture. B. E. McUn
Superintendent of Public Instructi i I '

. . W. H. Holloway couvrr OFFICERS. I Homestead Au*. :!!6- There It asteady Mr. Clara Vlhelene, an old resident' ''! /UTTIRJ.
J.C.R.Foster
Adjutant General development of Homeftead whose husband Industrious Swede .
State Examiner . Ernest Amos Probate Judge .. Allen E .Heyser I died some three years since and the
This U true
country particularly
State Chemist R. E. Roe Tax AaseMor . Geo O. Butler ldow with fire children has continued r
Offices. Tallahassee .Fla. Tax Collector . Thos. J. Hardee of that lection known a. 91aven's to lire on the HomesteaJ. Mrs .

Treasurer . .. Gee G. Currle Island." sometimes! called 'Eru
STATE: COMMISSIONS County Clerk .... Z. T. Merritt Island" by reason or III abundanceof : and a very genial. Industrious wn-

Sheriff . . John Frobock'I red clay toll, remarkably free I and She has three handsome lady !

Im- Supt. of Public Instruction i from rock, and lt. adaptlblllty to ''I'' as her constant companions, they
Beard of Trustees, Internal . . . . R. B. Hall almost all varieties of vegetable lending a substantial band. at bread, Do Their
Fund The Governor Work S
revenient :
Comptroller, Treasurer.Attorney Fish and Game Warden W.N.Bull crop and citrus tree*. | winning The two older children,
General and Cemmla- Within the PUt year no less tb..ntWt'ntlIn a son and daughter have sought situations I I
parties, mostly with tarn- ] away from home. The moth.
"..er of Acricaltare.Beafd oocvry COMMISSIONER The best workman
er of this lnte estinafamily cannot get satisfactory
of Education: The Oerer- tiles, have taken up homesteads here, expressed
building homes and opening; roads, herself as being happy In her situation results
; unless
Secretary ef State. \tte his tools do tlieir work.
air |
Ceo. B. Baker, chairman . many miles of which are now In a and thankful that her dear
afT General.Trefcurer and Superintendent ... . ... West Palm Beach I : '
fairly food(' condition and connect' ones were not subjected to the many Keen Kutter Tools give the the .
of Public Instruction R. L. Wall .. . ... . Gina with Perrlne and Goulds Sid Inf. I evil Influence of town life. user i.

.. C. W. McPherson .. . .Stuart This latter station U locate on the ] The writer Is the fortunate owner I greatest possible amount of assistance by
Pardons The Giver
Bard ef : A. Lee Allen .. . ... Miami Island affording and quick access I of one of these homesteads with ,
easy
.nor Secretary General and jf Stat.Commlseieaer Atterey -- A. T Carter .. Coconut Grove to the station without crossing'' valuable Improvements consisting of i cutting clean and true and by holding 1

Attorney. R. H. Seymour Miami the middy prairies i i good house and barn and their
of Afrieultare.STATES. BOIRD OF PCBUC IX8TRCCTIO5 Here a Mr. Cox has Just completeda able land groubbea eoDlIJe"'l edges so that little time is lost in

W. W. Farts, chairman ... .Miami substantial building hi which to setting out a citrus grove. As eel i sharpening. Every Keen Kutter Tool is '
J UNITED SENATORS' Herbert A. Peaaoek . Neptune operate a .tore and has within the i i dence of the value of the red Clay

J.R.Anthony 8r. West Palm Beach put week put In a large stock of1 I Irne't soil peculiar to this section for vegetable designed for good service and long service.No .

Jmea P. Tallaferra .Jacksonrflle R. E. Hall clerk .. ... Miami and general tuppllcs.draw- ; crops the writer last season
'
t Stephen R. Mallory.Pensacoia 'd from the fifty: or so sold ifs worth of Bermuda onions better tools are to be bad. They i

CITY OFFICERS families now living on this fertile from a piece of ground 15 feet have hem standard for 36 years.
CONGRESSMEN island Among the earlier settlers square and received the first priseat
TOTTED STATES may be mentloneJ P. L. Jl'nktna.1 i the Dale County Fair for best The Keen Katter Trtdenark> covers
.I Mayor . .... ... John Sewell of Bermuda onions. Other '
display
Mr. Crochet, Frank Taylor Mr
First District .. . Frank Clark Clerk . ... Med R. Kelum:: Lane Mr Ranlerson, J. Austin Hall i t experiments with tomatoes and Irish a complete l En of tools sad olio
Treasurer .. .. Ben B. Hinton
Jasper. demonstrated that the
.4 Mr. Lyle. Mr. Louts M. i potatoes productive kry. Sold byKUTTZR
Assessor . .... J... F. Jaudon Doagll.ll
Serena. M. Sparkma and others. Mr. C. R. value of this soil can hardly
Disttictp4 .. Redmond B Gander Mr'l
Attorney John Robson, Mr. Poppel and a | be computed under a system of Irrigation
3 Third District .. ..W. B. Lama Marshal ... . Frank B. Hardee, bet of others are new settlers from except on rare occaaloaa. I
hloaticeUo Physician. Wm. 8. Gramllng.. M.D. the. north. I All the old settler .without a single -
Sanitary Inspector .. R. B. Netlaoa their unbounded -
Lumber !s now on the ground to exception express
Municipal Judge .. J... T. Sanders
confidence In the value of
band a comfortable school house to \
p. STATE SENATOR Engineer ..... John a Frederick their desiring I
holdings Any
accommodate the thirty odd childrenof person
of Street Jolla D teaman 0r
f lilt District. Brerar Dade and Snpt .. Daa Hurdle school age. I' to Inaugurate a "Get Rich
Chief Fire Dept I
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8L Laele. Fred. Hudson.. Miami Quite a number of older settlers, Quick" scheme may without doubt
Council
F. H. Wharton .President.
realise their moat sanguine hopes by
have made Baal proor or their home-1 I
J. E. IA_... 'W.
Aldermen-
stead claims. P. L. Jenkins maO ; patting aa Irrigation plant on this Ii I II
MEMBER: ROUSE OFt H. ChaUle. J. O. Croeland.. final proof last week. Ee has |' red pine land.
RWRESEXTATIVKSJoha C. Tocker. L B. Padgett. Join I
almost completed a two story 11011'\\ One year ago the county built an .
B. Retlly T. J: Cheatham.
road from Cutler to
deuce of six or more rooms to accommodate | excellent rock
t of Public Works T. N.antler. .
W. Watson ...... Miami Board his quite large family. ) Perrlne. and on to point about
chairman C. D Left Mr. Jenkins Is Jmttee of the peace: three miles from tats so-called Is
ler. W. W. Front Q. D. Brae- also notary and Is often called upon land. A movement la now oa foot I

FISH COMMISSIONERSJ. tier, clerk. : to officiate IB his logal capacity.Mention to have this road completed to connect F. T. BUDGEHardware : '

should be made of Mr. A. the homesteads with a continuous -

Y. Detwyler ... New Smyrna CITY BOARD OP TRADE A. LJngreen who made final proof: smooth road leading to Miami

i tl J. C. Rap .. . .. Apelachleola three years ago and who has been and for this purpose several hundred

COMMISSIONERS W. W. Front .. .. ...... President very successful In regetable crops dollars have been subscribed by the
RAILROAD and now has a very fine grove of : settler !
J. C. Keller . lit VJce-Preeldent:
Mention Is also Jne J. Austin Hall.
citrus trees.
R. Hudson Burr chairman .. J. L Wilson .J4 Vlce-PteaWeat F

r . .. . .. .. Little River G. Duncan Broader .. Secretary --
r J. L. Morgan . . .. Jasper Isldor Cohen. ... ..... Treasurer and Furniture. Twelfth Street Hiaii
Board of GovernorsS.. Bobo A Caused Trouble :
t ,]i. C. Dunn clerk . .. Madison Saucy Message
Offices: Tallahassee. Fla Dean. Joha W. Watson Isidor
Cohen. T. V. Moore.

P't FEDERAL OFFICERSU.S.Commiasloner. COC5TY DEMOCRATIC Between Operators and Tel. Co's



''C' r. S. INSPECTORYOR. Fred.IMMIGRATION. H-RandJr. A. Filer COMMITTEEWm. chairman Lemon City COUNTY TREASURER SHOUlD i [ ADVERTISE I Ii DEERFI LD'S 'P PiUffl!, t


W. Vaagba Howard . Miami George P. Bull. sec'y-treas. (. .OJos I
Iv lr. ft. CUSTOM COLLECTOR Henry Styomana .... .| Stuart Nine Little Words in Answer to a Woman Alleged to AT HIS OlD[ HOME BElT mm.,nm\\

frv H. T. Ferris .. . . Miami F. M Powell .. .. ....,, Jupiter MIAMI'S CLIMATE .

( J. F. Woodwork .. ... Inspector Ceo W. Potter .West Palm Beach Have Brought on Present Trouble What was Said i ,
d} R. H. Rousseau . BoyntonW. -

U. .. LAXD' OFFICE W. Enell .. .. ... Pompano Ad Several Grtvtrs La
John 8. Sundy . ... .. DelrayJ TINCOtTER, B. C, WOLRO TELLSOF I Larp .....
. . Deerfield ,
F. Saxon .
4 Henry S. Chubbs .. .. Receiver % ,' Mr. J. C. Ferris Formerly of Miami Already At*** Krr. h
QalDerrille. E. T. King .. ... Fort Lauderdale A special dispatch from Loa Angeles J. E. Ryan was employed. in the MR. GEORGE G CU'RRIE'SVISIT .
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.e W. O. Robinson .. . Register I. W. Mnlllkln. .. ...... Dams CaL to the New York American central office of the Western Dnioft t I i Write Interesting en This Sab.Ject hlJ4 Stoat Stort. t rwm
t Gainesville.i C. D. Leffler . .. MiamiW. rays that nine little words- office at' Los Angeles. He ta a THERE AXl OF HIS FOR.

J. Shone.. ... Coooaaat Grove DIne fatal words, though none too union man and has been an operator MER RESIDENCE -Hot one la Fifty how ef PersonalsDeerfield.
i C. W. Hill. .... SUrer PalmE. seriously meantteleCl'lpbed byJ. for twenty-seven. year
SUPREME COURT . .... Cutler 4.
H. Klrkmaa E. Ryan of Los Angeles to Mrs. Mrs. Sadie Nicholson It aWl the Magic City -
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Sadie Nicholson at Oakland were .employed by H. J. Jeff. chief oper-

R. F. Taylor .. .. Chief Justice CITY EMXTJTIVK COMMITTEE directly responsible for the treat ator at Oakland himself a nonunion Aug. U. -.Mr.Nlblack 11. ....
Associate Justices: F. B. Cartft' telegraphers'. strike now spreadingover man and actlvn In his 'opposition TIle Vancouver, B. C.. World of has coaapWtad tie
W.A. Hocker. R C Cock-
1'.._ rell T. )(. Shackleford, J.B. H. F. Atkinson. .. ... Chairman the country I' to unionism. the J 17th contains the following rl, of his new home and with hi* I Ila
'l "I guess my reputation will stack The operators at Los Angeles la a letter to the Metropolis from
Wlnfleld.SEYK3TTH. A. E. Hcyaer .... Bec'yTreaa.John say alive to County Treasurer G.Curti. occupying It. The bm.1a.
j C. Oramllnc. Fred'k S. up against yours." I that Era Nicholson Is Incompetent George Knowlevville N. Y., Mr John CFerris comfortable and add* "'1 muck

JUDICIAL Morse, Harry C. Bdp.U. There are the words seven of as an operator, a contlnusl mlMblef ., who la. now rislUag In that I who conducted a real estate, Dverfleld'a residential .i iMr. .u .. x&
CIRCCIT one syllable each one of two syllable maker and that she was simply city hIs former home: business' here I last .-.aGa. among H. Pierre BraaaJac.. aa4Ida

and one of four. used by Jeff in his campaign against the other things says: I I for solicitor of the crtaUaal
Minor 8. Jones .. .1 ..Judge 9. POSTM.UnaHa" I "Amorg amvale In the city "But there part <
Because of these simple words, unionism. la another resource record was a visitor here
la
TUasvine. yesterday George G. Currle. atone
the result of a business tiff between They say that whenever It was that should hot be overlooked and week, talking ta the votera about 1
John C. Jones .. .State AttorneyOrlando. ,. C Budge.. . .. Miami a man and a woman twelve tnous- desired to secure the discharge of time a member of The World that Is Miami's mild and beautiful candidacy.Mr f.

: and telegraphers throughout the any particular man. Mrs. Nichols i staff, and who old timers In the city winter weather To a person who H. C. Mlltoa. who waJeaDeerfield'a .<
Z. T. Merrltt .. .... Clerk C. 8. Lire BATING SERVICE: .
t Busts VtataTerms I Untied States have already cone on ton was used .for that purpose. will remember u the man who paddled spends the entire year In Miami or moat prominent, and i iceasfal awe
J strike and within a few days. It ls Now j the South It Is hard to res Hie thatIt
last
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.. growers ssesea'l
a first Monday In March and I H. B. Shaw .. Superintendent a canoe from Janeaa. Alaska
October. I certain that f.SOO other: men and Ryan declares that Mrs. Nicholsson can be cold even ap aortn. again after a threat saoaOtat-rts:
: Jacksonville. all telegraphers will lie en- to the Skeena rlvei. B. C.. taking "I can not make toads here
women, apparently sought direct trouble I my Georgia where lie wag U took .R
.1. galled la the great commercial with him over the wire, so as to effect about three months to come a distance believe that I do hot lave to wear ter the peach bastaeee tor his

storm by which the nation la BOW the discharge of bin1- a union :i << of over five hundred miles aa overcoat In Miami dnrisg the I them house. He win probably'

enclouded. maa- sad that, la the course of I by himself. winter Don't fail tn advertise VI'-! la another crop hare thlaMeeers. sea so.. N
Millions of men who use the telegraph her conversation she deftly ticked ami's b..Uful. winter weather la Oliver sit Ootapaay Sam. l
dally are being Inconvenienced off that "short, ugly word:" I "It Is thirteen years since MrCurrle earl issueof the Metropolis. I venture 1 i making artificial peen brick>> wick

: la business and damaged In pocket "Liar." left here and the wonderful that not oae person In fifty ever a view to building a ,Moue stor.building ..
Commerce from .ea to sea has Diplomatically Ryan ticked back stride made by Vancouver Jurlun heard of Miami north of the Mason la the wlner .

beta hampered and the ordinary to her: his absence Is a marvel to him. At A Dixon line, and that no one realizes The pl'lI1e1& ts grawtac rtpy'J

I' eondact'of life, up hill and down "I guess my reputation will stackup I that time he purchased some lots In what a winter Miami or Da4 Idly at Deertteld. a treat asaay std

; UncertaintyLaw dale by ocean mountain and lakeside against yours." Hastings towrsite u a oort ol frivolity county really la eteept those who the growers having already,Ironag ....
baa been Interfered with "JIB Then many case mace almost Into-! i The officials of the company Je-ii I left to dispose of them for wh he one there AJvertlM Miami" others are 'toatomplating: eaJucSa

arable.Newspapers. clare that Mrs. Nichols la the poafsessor gave he was furled to hold them I their acreage. ; ,.
: of Human Affairs have gone without I! of an angelic disposition audi To his amazement t>e was today offered Several members of the MaaosJaiOFFICE

*; newt; men and women have died that Ryan grossly insulted her In just fire timeS the original cost order took a trip to the misting .aJ
without their friends being Informed -, daring to place hla reputation In the o fthe lots and the end la not yet. j: QODlNE IS A Ai the lodge .t Fort Laaderdal sot-

.1: ; busy offices In which the ticker same class with hers. | Mr. Cnrrle Is now locat.J In far night this week. They yituine4

usually resounds an Clay long art Superintendent Lamb who was of Florida H.a practicing law home about mUnlght, after, ....,.
'-DenalJn their silence; merchant I named u arbiter In the case, declared -| at Palm Beach, the grant winter re- I i SNAKE pW>sant evening. rc
have fretted and fumed at delay that he would take the word ofa
IF the suitor were certain of the success of la rede'h and shipments. !J non-union employee. In preference \ on the Florida East Coast He' from her summer. tip and Ie ....

t his cause courtship would be a dull affair.If nation. In fact has !, to that of a union operator any old ; railroad Is an attorney for which; o fthe road Hast>It eoa"1 the guest' of her 8IOt1.... Mrv.. .a ]
paused la Its proud march of progress I time. | M. Nlblack
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itfwere always certain that a given result -has been compelled to pause I Whereupon Ryan was anchsrgedIncontinently remembered. the great f'tIJ Raleigh tile young son ef V,.. fend <
-aDd millions of dollars, a* yet uncounted His fellow operators!', feat of bridKiug the Florida k" .. Phelps Declare it to be Aboo- Mrs R. F. Sauna was takes ntefej
would follow]]
a given cause human affairs have been lost. demanded his reinstatement.It now progre-aing. this week: with a fever and hr i mow.

would lack cost! Happily, certainty is only a And all for what wsa denied. II wife Mr. Currie Is accompanied by his lately Effective and Recites Several st West Palm Beach under medical r
and to
expects retrain In thtcity
Because a man an woman had a Eastern operators refused to take treatment. ;
Th word-while uncertainty is a iaw-a condition little personal tiff over a telegraph messages from Los Angeles nonunion some w .ka, wnere hy. t :U Instances of its Remarkable $..
wire! j I operators The Eastern pleaded to find many of his friend '
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'leavening all]] human effort. That will of thirteen B.IVTRCXK
you Story of the larldent i tors were discharged. Then opera-I years ago Cube WILL RXsrX DCTTjl
t' reach your appointed destination on It all came about hi this way: I trouble was on. It U a long distance from the land ..1'
your cf pa'ms and a hundred In the.shade .
Police' Officer\ I:.
A. Slstrank. and.wife .
next street car ride is not a certainty. It is and Mr. Carrie' full of interesting '
log on tbe floor In front of a long Information hart returned koaa frees
of
probable; it is likely; but the chance is always MARION STORY A mirror, by which he had evidently! realm where his lot ;:1s now>he flowery caaufECTRFJ i The Rural World prints aa article White the Springs where they have kawaV t
directed the shot that ended his life. past several weeca for the teens;
c there that something will prevent. That a I A physician was sent for but before by Dr. J. H Phelps prescribing fit of the formers neank. b laving -
) CONTRACT FOR )loJine for snake bltea Dr. Phelp't
certain of he arrived Mr. Story was dead. been prostrated will typaoU leer -.
sort advertisement of a store will FVR.MSHI\O cure is simple and he declares It to
Jim STONE .
Previously to coming to Miami early' la the .._. Mr.- ---=
produce a logical and expected result Is not WELL KNOWN !I l last winter Mr Story bad been confined -I be absolutely effective It Is nothing trash la greatly proved and arttt
for three months la Blooming- )fr. W. B. Moore and associate more than tincture of Iodine Injected take. ap hb duties again MItt Uaa-

always certain. It is probable and likely. dale Asylum. Enrty this spring h* were today awarded the contract for Into the veins near the wound. I day They. were accompanied ha../
his had furnishing 3C.OOO cable yards of This Is an absolute by Mr St.traak'a mon.....
But some combination circumstances went abroad for health and cure. saysI : Mra '
or may VISITORFrom recently returned to America. He tone for the jetty to be built by Dr. Phelps "1 have tried Iodine onl Vary L. Slutraak

intervene to prevent the complete result hopedfor. was a ho\\ speculator in Wall I the R. p. Ross Co.. of Jacksonville man and animals, and It never has 0the

street aDd :U is reported his fortune to the sooth of the new ship chann failed me Even without Ikypo theuse
The hors sllghUat. .
"element of chance which They will sever felt the
enters had been considerably depleted commence to get the slon of iodine l Is simple If the skin
I into is small ( Monday's Dally) through losses tbere This Is b- out a' one. The contract: calls for U sbrsls a short Distance shore {i eftVcts.. although the bite wee a as:..
newspaper advertising a one. it I It to be loaded aboard barges la the the. .re mThis has bee. ta. caa ,
'I' liewd to rave been one of the attributes bite scratched say. with ;3knife -
is true but it is there it is Marion Story a well known winter Miami river. In many bites I \have treated .
as everywhere else to his general breakdown or any sharp instrument -<> 'nth..r
visitor to Miami and yachtsman.owning I I cas WM that of a ekfld'
in life;' those who look for certainty will fail the 111 fated yawl yacht: Rita. In heath.A rUTH OF MR*. GKADFELTFR: that the blood comes, and Indln I M 'hat bad ben blttvai by a watermorrasia -
poured on freely l no +it sill g:" Into .
Capt John Jacobson which sailed the bite of whlek at eaawldered .
sometimes to find it. The merchant rh.t..tllafton no 'r' n'I.\ wt1. everbe
who ad- from Here oa tile JOtb. of last March raft consisting of six thousand From Tuesday's Dally I etp.rt.nreQ mra the bit*. almost fatal.! Bat the, todla

vertises in the MIAMI METROPOLIS for New York, since which the spruce lop, 120 feet long tony feet :..11'1I1: P. OlalMtfr, lied at h." V. bn+ber has several Sue blooded |I injected into the velae arosaatiy put
or crew have not since bees wide amidships, andlS at the ends, home on :Nor'h C a stop to the soreaj of the potaoaw'
Avenue extensiiun horwe. A rattlesnake bit .
I once
eraft'j
knows that the "Law'of from committed suicide last i and tbs beb,'. life
Uncertainty"- drawing thirteen feet of water, has at iI:30: o'clock this morning "teoBxestion. one of the finest of them on the was saved attar
ate in his favor Ninety and Nine Times day night at Brook Farm his been successfully towed from Nova I Deceased leaves a hurl i I nose and My brother promptly I the parents had gives sop l.pas. "t
try place near Port Cheater. X. T.., Scotia to New York. band sod one son the latter being started to 111 the animal wl'hwhld.er I' The same rule aps aea to th e
WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE. by thooUng himself in the head with employed on the extennlo. The son I thinking that might up it bites of tarantulas .eerp..... aa>4'

v. a pistol ballet. I Really Sharp; .* majority has bee notified and the fanerai I was visiting him and asked: cure him I their klad. lodlaeit is a ...........
)lr. Story was alone la his libraryat was not snfltcleat to make apedestal will be held tomoiMiw after his remedy for thew erne suety mesa
ar to let as try my r<-mly He scoffed ,
S o'clock In the evening when i upon which to stand and riyal Deceased wag well and favorably at the llni I stuck the small who spends s day III the. -&rJ'
servants heard a ptttol abet Break- make months at the minority known. The .here reptiles shosad should'ssci
Interment win blade of knife la the flesh. above
\ lag IB the door they found him lye PlUaburg Dispatch. he la charge of Undertaker Coma the wooed a lajectlag the todlae. and a make bottle him of a It life with".w.-,... It,met'


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ram MIAMI METROPOLIS FRm.iT. ACGVBT 10. i0or ..
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: : I performance of duty, It shall be the\.

Official Proceedings Last Sessionof duty of the atotrney for the bo rJ j-4
to draw contract be wren the boar e4
I and the iUccBssf.il bidder which said \
the Dade County Commissioners : clerk ""hlleald advertisem III I Great Sacrifice of Summer Goods

running, for Incpec'Ion of all pet- I
.; \ sons bidding for said moth. I
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.7 Resolved Further, That upon any
bid being accepted by the board theUdder 1

Mimi \of c. HOT 10 .. m. Richard Madaon for the remainder or bidden receiving said contract
of aid MadsoiTs term at the rate of shall enter bond In the sum )
:;. Board met tbla day with Cental- of Five Hundred Dollar, conditioned I i

-i atoner R. H. Seymour Allen Wall, attorney and Carter Z. T.Mar and 76 On cents motion per of day.Com. Carte-, seconded said upon duties the, said faithful bond perfomance to be sj proved or
Com McPherson the said convict Saturday '
by :: Saturdayand
via clerk and John Frohock. shorUt '
and accepted by the board.
was so hired to Mr Brown for
E. B.
present which Com Carter ottered the following DOUGLAS
the fun of $146.25 cash
la the abrence o( (airman Bakei resolution" and moved IU udop.lon ,,
the Board and tarn1
It Aaa received! by
Com. Wall waa, on motion of Com seconded by Com. Wall and car andMonday
Carter seconded by Com. Alleuelected ed over to the county treasurer toe rled
plicrd :n the Klne and Forfeit
ihalrman. ,
temporary Whereas, the county J tit. OI.ouDlvt"Oavlct
Chairman Wall sated tbat at the ate Fund runty ocor hous.- I
last regular neetltg of the Boar!: Communication from the Secretary and other camps en...rice upon which .ho 310-312 l Twelfth Street Miami
adjourned to meet oa the 7th day of of State in nbA h be mention county Is being called upon and> win. Monday
August a* the regular meetirg Jay baring rent a crtl\ej( copy of the I In future be call d upon to provide
Florida Store Close every Thursday at 12 o'ekck--Cierk'o Half
General Laws of of \ Holiday
of the board was aa elect.oa day and furnish medicine manual alLe -
but that Inasmuch .* a number c-t to be published In a 11\7'1 tlou by a physician, and other
Vapor permit nolicc Had been pub' I l her Chapter; till, Acts of 1 vices br a physician In case of.e"l
lished returnable oa the
the month Ihe board bad to meet o turn said Laws o( 1 >07 over to the I Whereas, heretofore there has been

hear any prates a 'o the graatln oftirlal paper of the county for pub I no regular phyaictaa. or any regular $7.00 $8.50 $10.00 $12.00 and '$13.50 '
of sack perati that Bay bare been llratk I II place for purchasing medicineby ,
filed Report of Geo. L. MacDonald and i the authorities ot said count Jail I ..
L The chairman then asked the clerk I R. L. Mil's!'! of the committee appointed convict camps and county poor farm I
If any protests had been filed and to view| and mirk oat a and : I
\ was informed that there had beenone. I road In section J4-H-41. mentioneJ Whereas. It being the sense of the .
Ic the petition of N Bouchard and board that the question of furnish I

Com. Allen"iheu moved seconded I'' others li hkh, the committee reeoTinwrd -I loft drugs and me-Jlcine and medical -I'
ky Com. Carter that the clerk be In- that the I location of the atlhfndanr and attention to ail
trolled to bold any protest that I rrrpnted read made to ran from of the above charge of :.he county i Hats
$4.98
..7 be filed today over until tomorrow the center of the Section In a sor.h- should be let br contract to come ,
I for ectfc-n. I' ectrrly' direction to a point west reputable pbystcaln of the county*
Ko farther b ulcess co-nlrg before of the west line of the auction and aid contract to be for one year '
the board. Com. Allen moved I thence in a northeasterly direction from date. Therefore be It r'r'I '
seconded by Com. Carter that boardadjourn to the northwest corner of the section Resolved That the clerk of the
to August Tth nOT at 10 as rhown on plat filed with re board Insert in the official organof 1
port. Instead of aa locat-d by the the county for a period of thirty
Carried.
a. B.

I Mlaicl.Boar met Fla.parsaatt ABC. T.:; 1107 to adjournment a. m- l petition Com, was Ncl road hereea and. seconded on moUorof by bids'ays for an a aJverilement phy*.clsa residing! asking: in and tot to We will place on sale Saturday and Monday a fine line of t

committed la active practice la said county
Com Carter:: of
with Chairman Baker Coma report take charge of the said county JaU. ? Summer Hats the above We will
;
f at
... AOem, War, Carter land McPhersoa.Bi wits accepted county convict camps and county price. not charge on or
On motion of Com. Carter seconded
>4 an officer pr*.ent.aflnates and attend all of said r /
of last meeting were read by Com. Wall the superintendent placers poor farm and snob other places as maybe send these hats an approval and it will pay you to come and
of the Poor Farm was authorised to

and O.approved.motion of Com Carter, tconJ- receive the blind colored man. Albert go necemary or attend for or old furnish physician medicineor to investigate. The price for Saturday and Monday :is only $4.98DOWN

.d by Co... Allen tie following reslaboB Copeland a* aa Inmate of the medical attendance, including all
Poor Farm until farther order of
was paaaed: surgical operation aa may be. required
Whereas the b::4 of Smith Crier the board. to the lowest bidder or bid-
.* the Special Scfeiml Tax District Communication from Mr. John ders. The board referring the t

)(0. 1. School Bon**. a* accepted at Carney :OfP':: Beach, -laLf: : right to reject say or all bids Bet
I the mat meeting of'this board was permit oyster further DOWN! DOWN !
Worth, read and oa motion of
eondldofted coos the favorable legal was Resolved That upon tile'''acceptance
piaJoa and approval of J. Hi Caldwell Com. Allen seconded, by Com. Carter of any bid or bids la accordance -

bond attorney, of 166 Broadwar. same was referred back to Mr with the above resolution that Is rapidly going our stock of fine
New York, and I Carney for a better destrlpUoa ot said bidder or bidden alga a coo-
Wkenes, said CalCwln hoIJa that the land. tract to be drawn by the attorneyof
the hoods start be PolJ at not lean Following notary public boad the board which said contract
than PUt to have ha favorable opin: were read and approved: shall be one Bled with the clerk ot
loa BBdWhen W. A. Filer with Wm. M. Mettair the board daring the time of the Summer

> *!. the bid for! the sale of and Otto O. Malthaua.. as sureties running of said advertisement providing Waists
.aid'bond* fearing been conditioned J. R. B. demon n B W. D. Avery for a distinct understanding
; .if the approval ol,aald J. H. Caldwett. and J. M. Graham as sureties between the board and said successful -
a of !.. BroaJwkf. New York. Communication from Paint Beach MJder or bidden relative to
expert bead attorney, .aa shown by News requesting the board In orov his or their duties regarding the
the bid.and the clerk to furnish that paper witha proper care, medical treatment etc. Your choice of any remaining can now be had Saturdayand
Whereat, the aald J. H. Cald wen carbon copy of the mlnatea of eau of said county jail. county convict
ut Mcfc expert b.. d 'attorney,, referred meeting and the clerk was requested camps and county poor farm. Monday at HALF PRICE---See them in our window .
to .. rid bid. having by hlaptofcw. to do so If he could conveniently. On motion of Com. McPherson
which said opinion bas been Petition of J. SakaL. manager ot seconded by Com. Wall board adjourned -
the Yamato colony .Wymaa for to August !th, at 10 ajxMiami.
duly .led with the voard. refused toapprove _. _
said bonds the croud rock road oa Section line between ABg. 0, iv ,.III.Bo.t4 .
on'
met' pursuant to adjournment $12.50 Long Linen Coats $7.98 $9.00 Skirts $4.98In
Chat the name wen sold below par; Sections S sad 3. of tp. 47 south,

lens nags 4S east, to run west one knit present with., all members and officers If you ever say a bargain in lone linen coats. this is this collection of women's highly tailored skirts you
e mile from railway to section line
M tt. part kylr of***the* of bidder such* to thence south one-eight nil, as On motion of Com Carter racoed- one They are handsomely tailored, stitched and will find all the best styles to be had; they are of '

apt the sane at the price and shown oa plat, was read and OB mo- od man br was Com.requested McPherson to hive thechair the coav- trimmed with large pearl buttons, full length and Panama brilliantine and cream sergq with pin stripe 1

i the.term sadWbereaL and condition agrr d Pot D.Investigation referred to and Chairman reportFollowing Baker mla loa.ra' room cleared of all box sold regular for 12. So just for two 91. QO effect. Sold regular for 8.50 and 9.00 QO \

..t. w: br reason of sack ; firearm bonds were read es with and the other buslree material of the not board.connected days, only . . . . ? lyO for Saturday and Monday . oj. . $ io70 ;

e1sa'It b eoeeaary to rodvertla and approved. Moved br Com. Carter seconded:
,"'e'saJe of salt bonds; Nor" tII A. E. Heyser with W. IT Met br Com MePhenon that the action k
.10f'III. be It calf and C. C. ChlUlngworth as of the board IB directing the clerkto : $6.50 White Linen Coats $3.68We A Wash Suit Bargain '
'JI ,)IftCI. That the board snretles; C. O. Story with John furnish the P kn Beach News r
V to< Smith ft Orter the certified check, J. Hlncon and W. T. Raalersonnuretlcs with a earboa copy of the mlnatea I only have about six of these left-They are madeof They won't last long at this price. We have about ,

,lor one thousand dollars ; John A. Harp wl'h! J. O. of each meeting br resclnde. extra good linen threefourth length and tailored one dozen*pretty lawn suits that were selling for 6 So i\
the MAt Truitt and T. J. Pryor. sureties! Noe.
bid and that '
lag their Ayes Carter and McPherson .
ft Orter be Botlftka- by the paa'.1 T. J. Orler with J. T. D'Berry an': Allan Wall not voting. stitched in white only. These coats sold for 6. fa and 7.50, but we wUn to close these out qjickly.

em account of the action of the J. W. Rlchbonrg. curettes; Chris Moved bv Com. Allen secondedby To close I them out, yours so will sell them for two daysonly .
Cald well, bond Pedernon. with P. Pedersoa and T Com. Wall that the clerk be authorised $$3.68 $$3.98
J. B. expert for . .: . . . .
a.v Sa refnalBC to approve the same,"i H. Burton sureties; Peter Pedenon to purchase a typewriting. . . at---_-- -----_ --- -- ____-_ __4 __ _

that the.actlon of Itlie board hereto with D. O. TenBrook and H. J machine for the nee of the board 1 1SO"M ) ,
I* tore ta accepting.their bid hat Sterling sureties; Jacob Pederso" Allen Wall and Carter.
rescta-led. Be It bee'l with Peter Pedenon and T. H. DOT. Carried I a..

'. Fmrtber Resolved That the (OD, sureties! F. )(. Canon withG. Attorney F. M Hudson appeared: r
be tartracted to rdTcrtlr for the W. .Hal and H. H. Ron*"'.. before the board and made a protest A Great Undermuslin Sale
hale Of these hood*. all bid to tJUled I enretls T J. Pryor Jr., with P on behalf of his client Dr. Holmes.
with the clerk: of the board tot W. Merrit and J. O. Truitt sure Tinrchrser of the property near the -.
later than II o'clock oa Tuesday tie.. Richardson place In Section. S4-EI !
.pt tuber leth. -117; old notitef. On motion of Com. Allen seconded II. nralnrt the building of the read V
We will continue our undermuslin sale for two days longer-Sat. and Mon.
.. specify thai no bid will be accepted by Com Wall board adjourned through h's prope y as contemplatedis

1 at lees than par and accrne1interest to Angnn 8th. at 10 a.m. !other the petition of N. Bouchard. and The prices at which these goods are offered will compel you to buy them. 1,
to be five per Miami: August 8, 10 a m
.*ch of paid bids snaU be aa'ompas-I Board met pursuant Jo adjournment Mr. Reed A. Bryan appeared bee -- ----

led by a ctrtlted check of 01* with all memben and officer fore the board and requested that lilt; to 2V Drawer lOc 25c to Uc GannenU ISc .ISc to hoe CameMe XSe i
thousaad 4o .,.. for the faithfulperfonnane present Ma name be restored to the regtstration Children Drawer made of foot quality This lot of rarment consist* of Corset Coy
of the aid bid and al_ Following wets pension claims book of Precinct No T, ands cambric tucked and hemstitched worth This tot eonalrta of three garments; Child ors, Down, Skirt and Drawers. la taleaseorttoeut
that th. board rrarrve the tight t-> were examined and approved: he name of John N. Bryan Jr.. be from 15 cents to fie: special tbla salt drawer and Ladle Drawer and Cornet they told regular for 15 Cftt
A restored to the book of Precinct . . . 1<* Covert: all regular 15 rent anj IS cent .
reject any and all bids John F. Barteshaw each . .L. and 50Ca go la this sale one prse.Larh.
Larklna. t'o. IK, and on motion of Com. Allen valnea. Pot In for thU sale each. .1+ I.I. .I t.
Tho application at C. H. Watvn 0--- lA> . . . . .ao<|
t James B. Screen Mliml. seconded by Com. MePherron.
Oo. for permit ""to sell liquor. Mary A. Brooks widows Little 'h_ snperrlsor of rect.trUon was 11211 to IJW Garments 91.OO '1
'wine anj beer In Klectton District River. requested to so restore said' name 1 This assortment contain Corset Coreri, 6.V to TSe Osmosis ale 9I..M> Onrmeirt for only 75e .
)Co. 19 kartrg been advertised aaeordrsg W. R. Sanders Miami. Tax Aewroor George O. Butler drawer, (own*, tklrt: and rbemlae. ela In this assortment yon will find Skirts Special good values la Ibis assortment tie :-
to law ard no objection Luther M. Howard Miami produced the assessment rolls for I elmo'"n with lace and embroidery Drawer. Corset Coven and Gowns neafy Gown. Skirts Drawer. Covet Cover
filed. Ban Wa* granteo.I 1>07 and the board proceeded toequalize : nalnaook mnaUna and and ('belli I... ma le excellent quality1material
J. C. Keller Miami. trimmed and well made many of the I
I -n. application of Max Zspt for the tamo. cambric, styles very latest and up-to-date and elaborately trimmed; sold rresnlar
permit to **n Uquon.wioea and beer 0. W. Perry, Cocoanut Grove A very careful and exhaustive no' old regular for $115 to $1.15; for this garment In lib lot told for 75 cent*. for $1.09; daafng this ale an Mon :

baringbeen Thoa. J. Hardee. Cocoanut Grove . .. . '.00 small . . . . TSc ,
In Election D'strkt No. 10. R. C. May Miami. aratastton of the roll convinced the ale. each . .. Will pot all at the price, each 300Sweeping price each ,,
advertised according to law and Paul B. JauJon.'Miami. Goard that the.or bad made an
.. objections filed same waa grant val-
txreeillnglr Jut and equitable
W. T. Heslington. Miami
... nation of the greater portion of the
.Th* application of L. K. Potter H. E. Kennedy Miami. "roJM' 1 of \'ia COOJDt,. The vlnatfcra -
for permit to fell liquors, ..... mud P. N. Bryan Fort Lauderdale set br hiss' oa a few pieces'. of Price Reduction

1' beer U Election district N. 10, har- W.. J.Rauleraon Douthit, Little, Cocoanut River GrjveE. property were, however dr< dig been advertised according U* the board too low and thee were
H H. Canes. Miami.
,Jaw and objections filed. Same woe raised In the aggregate In the rum 1 I \
era..... i John Oa motion Waters of Miami Com. McPherson of 110.555, as sbowa la th, adv-.rtlsement -\ on every article advertised below for Saturday and Monday '
The tpplarattoo of Carl Zapf for ot the s'm* now being published -
permit to sen liquors wine* sad seconded by Com Wall board adjourned la the official paper of the" ,.;
beer la ItIwtl district No. 11. bav- to S p.m.Miami board and a o&rresponiUn; re(action 91 SO Spreads 1..18Eztra 33e TwrfcUh Towels 20e Clover Bleaching IS ,..., 91 Ilk Chert Xatemk' IS IaXS
tag been advertised according to Aug. I. S p.m. was mad la other valuations large .ll'fI.' hardaomeUaranlllea One lot Bleach Turkish Tow- One ran extra fine grad plere rood quality cheek .
law and ro objections: Led aaaigranted. <. Board met punuart to adjournment and an sccurat TLt of e.cwaa design fine grade, e<*, extra: heavy quality, Sic MoKlin.soft finish aa a lead- Nalastok Just the thing for -
was with an members and officers filed with the assessor.On. regular $1.50 nllle. .11.n grade a* a leader. Sale er. Sal price U yarJ for children' dresses aD lU* ..,.
Paalsct present.Separate' .notion of Com. Wall seconded price . . . 20o 91.0M checka. Our regular lie .
The apnttaMea of lime '
sell wises and: : repents of W. H. Sis- bf Own. Carter, Mr. C-rtwrtM; 24 yd* limited to a customer grade. Sale price IS las
for to
permit
beer la Election dlarkL No. 11kavtmg .' trunk and of Coo. L. Maedoaald. of I was authorized to take the that 90e Sheets 7.ett 90 loch UBFB Sheettl.g I...*

been advertised according to the committee appointed to view the roller to Lemon City and roll dos. lIdO! Mohawk: sheets Ten piece 10 In. Unen Sheer I5e: Colored Glghma lieU 40 ... White Law IS 14 "4'
filed same different! roads roaring south from lirivate road as per application otMn good firm Mde.; seamless, tae, all pure Irish llnen u'.l: piece Fancy Glaghama U lawn .
law and BO objections One ray 40 inch white
Defray and mentioned In the former Steadman. she to pay the < oar tOe celler. Sale prlr width, sold regularly r.tr tripe and figure Standard
old I for 15 costa
r was graated.On petition of John McLeod. U which! sting expense of the same. per.\\ . . . 1ee $1.71. Sale Price .. 91.19 mak 15 cent seller. Sale regular
avi'lon of Com. Alien seconded : the Moved bv Com. Carter, ..ee>) Jiiit for a lealer. Sale Pr's1a
by CoIR. Wall board adjourned reason committee why thed state that should they see 10 b by Com. McPherson that the r lOe Cotton Towella He He .. . . 1-3 1 .4

'W.f o.m.Klrml.. chanced from its present locatlo of Messrs. : tJIa'a. MUU on 1 $i.75 8creema one One cue Cotton Toweling last Extra ..
Aug. T. 1M7, SmH ,... to that suggested by Mr.McLeod fit the m la Ser II- 59 8cr't'fDI. well made, atlkolene. receive a good value at 10 Special S.-VC: L dW Uole Heee S5eLxdlr
One lot Hack towel.
'... Sdard pur*..ant to adjoera that they deem It advisable that h.. 51-41. be.. laid over for future action.Carried. filled oak frame* alto centa Sale4 Price . 81SO lust received.ample Hock and *' Thin Lisle H *.dout- t
meet with all member fad officer paid road should remain where It U unite enameled $1.76 val yard to a euitomer.8V Damask fringed and hem- le heel and toe. fast blank: .
present were read and acepled.On Petition of Otto Strpmann an 1 I ve. Sale price . 9tm our regular 1 for $1 bled: '
for rood tw established atltrbeJ, lie valu Sate leader Sal 23 .<
mot of Com. nineteen other to a a price *
on Carter second
)fro C. O. Richardson appeared: : Browm Une 23e Price 2.V H
from West Palm Beach to ,
before t>e Board to priest ac tnt ej by Co-n. Wall the following order A good quality Brown Drew
the handing of the road a* called. of business wa adopted to be Stuart by war cf Jupiter and petition ; ISc: Women1! Geese Vests lOc Linen, a extra: good qualityall nw IMtkiw Caw Ie I-Be
Pennoek and
for In the petition of N. Boucharl I obeerv-d at 'I regular and special of Herrert A. askIng 25 Joa Women'. Gauze Pests pure linen Sic value 2JM White Unra Skirts 1.10 2S dot good standard mohawk

*.d other In ease A* road wa i meetings of the board, and duly ear twenty-one others road for be same tm It, wl and'h the email and large sixes, tap Sale price . . .2Fxtra White linen Skirts made ut Pillow Cae. 4iiJ4. S lees
that said
In this teaton'i new I plaited -
holrVon tile tine as tately anrveyed.! ried.1st.. % neck and fIrm hole, 15 cent bem." a nod value for lie 1
Moved by Com. Wall seconded toy Roll can p-cll mlUage that Is' cnl'ectod: In ,' .."('t'. Sal. price . lOe ttyle. a good value kt aa a leader Sale lInN !. l-tte .,
the of thin years aawrfimintwast 8pt'da10ra8
Cost AIle1 that the. chair appoint %4. "ReMdlac. of minute of the, county WhiteLawn $2.50. Sale price 11.19 Six to a eu/U>mer.I .
I : reed sod M s n. John Grant I' mae ttne 40 Inch
to v1lt examine the last meeting.
oRinirUe ad will
of that
I of Hobo Sound E. C. Mltl r. the kind
the reed mow In process of conctrwe-' SI Communtea'km West upUter and N. H Parka: ot Extra SpecialS stun] the laundry. 8IJ. 93 Colored Peck Plrt 91.10 gems Klnowu roc
tips J'l.Ofird.. Ejuidtrte between 4th. R..aoror Committee. Stuart were appointed at a commli-' .,, down fringed Hunk: towel regular for ISc Sale Pr Hertltfi* i?.an.114. aJitSl.tweeta1 5th. Reports of officer tee to view and mark out tad same rood, firm grade, sold Tf9 .. .. . mack and polka do't, made ltv lawn neatly bound a*
ttoM IT aid 21. Crriel. and chair;' Ith. New bus'ness.TK and report at tile next meeting ot larly for 11 leta.. 8U 20 yard limited to a cua- very full, oer regular $Jvalue .,1) and well tiade. sold regularat
4 .pw >r VcPhemon.FtollowInK Rtn Accounts, salaries and ox Pet tlon. of Frank T. Budge and
s portions for perm'ts to peadltures.h. 11C others asking that the toal In I I
.en "q.MS.1....* and beer received : I Adjournment. Section II-6X-U at the'inCed lathe
.*d ordered advertised: Can Carter offered the following petition of N. Bouchard and others -'
WITam N. Weeds Ma"h-rs & resolution and moved its adoption be constructed, was reed and'' E. B. DOUGLAS I
f....-Jtla"*. A. W. Davte. R. C. Me-, seconded by Com. MePhenon amid' placed on file
ruDer, Thomas B. Ora,. B. FL earned On application of W. R. Palmer I I
I .reUr Co. George J. Griffin.Atford Reno'v"J. That the board Instruct for admittance to tile poor farm
ft Walker in tXrtriet No. If the clerk: to advertise for bids for moved by Com. McPk non, seconded All standard patterns reduced to 10 and 15 cents none higher

;, The Beech Ouh sad the Bot Coast a suitable servos to take charge of bv Cora. Allen that Mr. Palmer
narintac Co. to District No. S.Mr. I sad luaBiig U>>* Poor Farm at Ojm be admitted to tao county poor farmtor )
R. W. Brown, of larktr6. appeared for OM peer frw the data of the three moatma. Canted | t
before the bearer a"d roqn>.- ootptaBf of Vd by the board. Bidder -

oJ the board to (MM U Urn convict to alp contract tor CIao tankful (Contiaaod MX* Week)

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\ '- Load The of fifhlrg Bout Timber tnirek Hope returned LACXCH YACHf PRINCF8SISSEX.*,, IS HERE: THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY WOMEN

( to port this morning from a trip to
The large launch yacht Prince.
the keys after a load of timbers
1 410/es to be used In constructing a fleet I l-oena, which recently plied In th.. '

Jew of Mine boats for Holmes *; Heated: passenger business t>etwe n Key.West .
) I and the central supply stationof Demonstrate Beyond AH Cavil That Pe-ru-na Is a

I Death of Infant j Metarumble Key, ha arrived In''
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I The Infant child or F. H. Brown I port and I* b rthei at the terminal'dock. I .i i' Safe and Useful Household Remedy.Read .
The Prince Issona hall* I
died last nlgbt The funeral was I
: from Wet Palm B ach. and I* one I
TMLT % Decree I. Moore held Ibis: afternoon at S clock.. the
MOMtWS
(PROM )
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of the largest boat of the kind la I What the Women
Judge Jones haa rendered t fins service being conducted by Rev L. 1SWIWMIVtl
these water. 1
t )Irs Harry E. Tuttle U confined decree Divorcing Heleanor Cooper I D. Lowe and the Interment in the ,, Say.

>y to her home by Illness from Peter Cooper Brutal and In- i( city cemetery by Undertaker Combo )HST .;RT :
,
human treatment was set np in petitioner r.. '.1"O
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UF.ACH RESORT ,,
)Ir. Charles L. McIntosh bas I 'i complaint I Order of Knight Templar y

c rented and will occnpy the John I In order of Knight Templar ..' The Mlnil Ferry Co are s.llJorklp O 3wo
r Itnce In Riverside sub Arrested for Smuggling with F. PJ
O'I l rei organized here yesterday
?s t 11 and scheming to make their
Constantino Roglnl seaman on : E. C MRS ROXA ox
e Bra. a n. Stonemsn being chosen ; pivllllon .nd bench mean a ;opo YLfR
the steamship Miami wa arrested Z. T. Merritt, Otn and C. J r
both t old
ar place for
HuJdieston returned Saturday night by Deputy U. 8. Mrffhal ; boar; 'lnS 'fit
Miss Marie |''I Erlcksoc': C. Q. Other oflcers wll'l I Is-t ek it WPS % spring an I 'rayI
home last night from a visit! to rf'Iathft Gore on a charge of smucgllng: l he chosen! after the dispensation h'. trapP'l'tsnd thl* week the have ,' rmi
\ In enty-slx: packages ol ,'eft s
n at Mlam1.K1u1mwee alley hrlnglrg been receivedMr pone still further by en pi gleg lb, ry
t Cuban cigarettes without paying '
e
GasetteMr '
.
I rills Jf M competent bathing an.t'
duty thereon I II. T. Hao>
Et, D. V. Burr, of Arch 'oIaDlwHfOft I known grocer of North Avenue C attend irre each day and give; tLe
Creek hs4 :returned! from a visit tot simmer ( has reopened hit place of buslne.tat more timid that feeling of safety
i1
Waahlngtor. ,New York and other The extension: steamer Columbiacame 100 Avenue, formerly occupleby I xo necevarv for the perfect enjoyment 'I'I1i
points In (b* north np from the key Saturday Waters A Moody. Mr Hamilton of their dip in th- oceaa More e
night and tied up at the termini II will conduct an np tc date cash grocery Improvements are also under rontemplatlon ur
Captain K. If Ross and daughter Jock It Is probable the Columbia business and furnish fresh grr i / 6 'ify 'pr :t-t ,, i
r Mir Julie. v.ho are now at Cape mill be added to the fleet of extension eerie to his customers on the cash iI I c 0

May, N. J. will !leave there in a craft berthed up the Miami bail. ULUD1M.: AX OI:\CEMF\T J! V''
few day for btm. river until there 1* a general ttrumptlon -- s : '
of work. FROM WEDNKSD AY'i 1 .UL\ ) '! .
( Mr find Mrs W. E. Glenn have tat f .,r qJ
Mr W. L. Wid DotTf't, formerly ot t issued Invitations to the tnarriagjreremonv \.
Jupiter and well ku01lu throughout I Bradley* fertilizers are tile best ,,, A con wa born yesterday to Mr : of their daughter Flor J ;

the county I* a business and pleasure For sale by J. B. Lnmmaa. MI&'II.I I. and Mr*. Allen Wlcgmton. cncy Amy'. to Mr. Mortimer Courtney -

visitor In the city today I on ThuiBday evening. Stpteui "

I,, Ocala Is plessed to know that Miss A. C. Frot. of Danla I la a but her 5th, at S oclock I sit the First
H. \\'ftt tt and pleasure Tlaltor In the city I t
Mr Pierre Brannlng, of Mabel Godson the former popular e** Methodist church Miss Glenn Is
Palm Beach 1. la th* city today today. I
and efPclrnt stenographer and typewriter I one of Mlamt's most attractive youn
putting on the aUhrog touches tobas at the county clerk office I II ladle, and Mr. Courtney a valued i t
candidacy for solicitor of the but now a resident of Klaml. wa th.,1 I i Herbert Vanlandingham. who hai attache of the Metropolis offlre i[ :
'r been Yi.IUllclita brother Dr. W. EVanlandlngham. 4.
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b criminal court of recoroDr I fortunate winner of the free trip to I d} "
the Jamcsto Exposition ottered 'I in fort Pierce, the MISS 7.F.I..F:1'-rnRX8: '! d.C.GMERON.rt
Mr P. T. wen '' vast several monthswill return bornethe
tad Skaggs. ,
through the voting content Just do- FROM JtMLfeTOUX It'' 7 R Yak
latter of the week I
part
ban been visiting relative la LoulsvIlU. -
ed by the Miami Metropoila.Congratulatlona i I I
i Ky have left but city and are In order and the Surexunds (II' Mirknna D. Zelley, one of thesuccessful /J/-
to Marvel. West Va., where Fire Practice Well AttendedA f hesllli/ Catarrk.Mr .
goa them-Ocala Star > : cardldatwi In. the recent chrome Mesrtstmas. t ej J1
,,r they will visll Dr. Skagg relative I II large crowd turned oat last Metropolis Jamestown Expositioncontest Mrs. Wsa. Hohaaas.'JS 5. r.IIM
et *. night and linefeed the fire depart. *. Della C. Cameron, Healdsbnrg.
I' you want fertiliser consult J. KUimmaa returDed'flaturGa1' night t / 8t.Ckletgtt. IlL,write*iI
i met exercise and drill at ,the cor II IIi I 01. member DaaghUr ot America, '
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agent for the old reliable I C. from her trip to Jamestown I Rtwa suffered with *tnh .* *%.
and Avenue &
)ar. John W. Graham, the efficient i nee of 11th street *i"Hsvlag
MNseller expresses her-f) u and had.
t kroaeklal tabM s torrthM
Bradley good remedies for
manager for Chase Co. In th'scity tried many
+ highly delighted with her trip and eMSS( EH11.Y KOCN ..elms. OIL WkesisehlM
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cough
has returned from a business I Bock for Fire Hall ehronla catarrh of the bronchial lobes,
and pleasure trip to Jamestown Mr, K. L. Torbert.: a UU resident The city cart began hauling the that exposition the in general stating and and not reoclrlag any beaeflt, I began It wa supposed to to whs.ylg .*.(. a
government building
Philadelphia and other northern citMr I of Gainesville. Florida, ha 1 rock today for laying the foundationof exhibit alone 1* well worth the trip to think there wa no kelp for n* aatU Catarm .f MM St*..... .*to-.,bet .* I |w* **or It get-

.... I moved with her family consisting ot tile new Ore department headquarter to Jamestown I began In use Peruna. MUelmlly: Koell,tit Mkalgaa A**, -M .
two attractive I daughter, to Miamiand on the city tot adjoining After taking In the exposition "In a short time the bronchial tube tAeboygaWI.wtlt.et.. "AfMrawhOettg tod I kadis :

?' Reed 4. Brraa, MpertnteaOent leased the Hall Collage on I the Metropolis office. Miss Zelley went to Phlladelphla.At- begaa to clear,I did not ban that frog .I ell heartily reeomnMad Peruaa sough both winter led mmmutr Wnally
of the State dredging opera- :u Eleventh street, occupied for I buII.bio c.i T *s l la my G....
v Untie Beach and other northern resorts la/my throa"eo.u.aaJJr.lftr-ioe.wa for catarrh of U>.tomarb. 1 kd. Irtodmany
tlon at Fort Lauderdale.. left this aumber of year by Mi.. J. M Mr. Ration B Sainden. who had t where she enjoyed her not nearly so husky,and the wheeslagBoise welch did sad from the strata ef MghlBf.. seat s f
things me no good
morning for the aorh, where he will Jennings and by her recently vacul *'.1 II I tea IB the city the put several dais tion every minute of tbs Urn'fIc.1. I disappeared. last I bottle bleed .-1.> Bry stoiMca, se I kept
a a resort of Pcraaa.
1 speed several week, taking a well Mr*. T- rbert I* a widow, having conducting his campaign fcr Judgj I .I WM coos able to ...1.... thai I wa "I than got a did sot It getttag worse sad "'-laC..III aid eve"

t earned nteatkm only recently lot her huaand of the criminal ono will return MR. AM MRS. IH'SH I entirely fn* from eatarth,, aad aa ibM for sly I forced regret much bad stuff try Into thou-. get_"1SeI. {
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She and her dangntera are well kta >h.onM IB Wet Palm Beach tomorrow ARE AT HOME AGAIN' j WM several month ago,1 do aol bUv. so say "I west to a dlpe.*ary for treacsMOiV
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Mr. C. L. Beatoa and wife of pleased with the Magic City ant morning I that twill re tura." II has e.Urel.red BM aid bet it all dean see en t.... At algal I ,

'p '' Jackoavill. here arrived la the are hopeful o their future prcspects Mr and Mrs. J'rauknllOJeman : The above group of western could b* a* prevealattr 1 always keep a bottle -W sever..n my baelta lww.ld1t.. ,

dt,. Mr. Renton coma here U> She will carry on the business of i (FROM THCKSDAVB DAILY) Bush and daughter returned Bat.1 I asmlUpltod by tea thoaad without IB the booM. lip uatU tw* w tare .'..lack IB the tmorsieg
I *>Ut Proprietor Holler In the management arromaklnc. a* did Mrs. Jennings :, urday night from their summer vaca-1 _bIn I the somber thai hv ..*.. "1 gladly recommend U to an wlo) are before I eoeJM dose .y eyea,' s

of the popular Sal Carlo : and let furnished room Mr A. T. Jones. of Danla. I* lion In the north and report a most Th- *f ..,.., I tkowgai, aad vrry
t H t1 the comlnc *e *oa. i i pending the day In Miami attending enjoyable time. Mr Bath who has I A Wasting Disease. body rice thai I had. oaaaarpltoa.RrsdUg -

I Money to ban. OB 3nproT >ru.."V.j i to business matter I been a sufferer with typhoid fever I .. ) the papers shoal P.rnq fd r

McycUlsU Willie Glenn that arrived wa on*In of Palm four 1 8, Amd. Courant Oiwex HOB. George M.Bobbin of Tlta.' just preCloui to his departure for I Mr.IUxa Tylerea Madison Avaa, Chicago, Ill. Tie PrMldatefIk ekUdtolryltwtta...1M keel ....
d the north till summer, gained t.e..1 thai would..SB* good Bat aftartaklag
Illlnol Womsa Alliance W'tttell"l any .
of
Beach Saaday moralng out of a (IDIOM TCKSD\yTJ DAILY) Tllle one of the lading attorneys
y, a crowd ef eleven that left Miami forwent the ante 1* a business visitor lathe ly pounds In weight while away, and I >1Irlo, the pl year gradually,. kwt flash and itreagth until I wa three tottK I axlleed a.kaBg*>
Is la excellent health (o undertakehis enable to.rtuna. work I tried different remedies and My appetlto got bettor, ae I .
properly.
Palm Beach the night before Mr. Emit A. D...... formerlyof city today. finally
The rt all fell by the wayside. Wen Palm Beach a well known winter business In the Conservatory Pmuaa was suggested to .. never g4 dlMonragsd.
aaostly before reaching Pompano architect la now la Omaha. Neb. Salt la DivorceA of Music Mrs. Bush and "It gave me sew Ilf* and rtord my treagta. I _DOt pk too .5" J .*.ito en my beck ad antsy .

Willie want home Sunday night by nit In divorce Horatio Sweet- little Miss Bush are both enjoyingthe highly of It.1 all night sail yea aaay well think .... r
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4 train-Palm Beach New*. Mr. and Mr*. Walter C. Fogg ar* log ... Anale Swetlng. baa been InUt best of health taaaklal I aa*let PMWM.
now adjourning la Los Angelea. Cal *'.d la the circuit court As ttatej previously In tile Me -,.. -
tropolla. Mr. Bash has contractedwith -
Mrs. C. J. Holly, of Wet Palta if oral*.
Mrs. Collins F. Huntington and
Atktatte Club )
to reel
Beach arrived ta h. city Saturday
A of the Miami Athletic Miss Pearl Sinclair for next season
meeting
4 might to vtalt her pareata Mr and HIM Kleanor Mill delightfully
Mm. W. B:. 01..... and to b* p.a entertained a number of friends at dub ha been called to be held at Mrs.Huntlngton to again take charge
at tie marriage of her sister MU her home last night the annary OB the evening of September of the department of vote and Miss

Florence Glenn, to Mr Mortimer I-neit Tuesday Sinclair elocution and expression 6 TreesStandard
The patrons of tthe Miami Conservatory Orange Grapefruit
tree from 5
Get
Coartney on the evening of 881 LeDl-. your grtefrult
bet K.J Ton**"'* NuTwery Cocoanut GroveBig Intoning Bnffalo EagteeTh of Music and the peoplewill
stock OB hand new fourteen horse power receive this news with plessureas
Buffalo engine 1* being Installed In Mrs. Huntington and Miss Sinrtalr .
,
D. Dill of Miami was the guest
of Mr and Mrs T. O. Melton from :. Mr. I. J. Hard..Ica..n.red the yacht Ariel at the yard of the I << aecompllshel great results in
Wednesday until Thursday of this I Iwwk. morning for Lit his Springs. AtlanU Miami boat Work their first year s work in Mlany! an-1

Mr Dill who was en routeto and other Georgia points on a threeor proved beyond criticism that they
F .enl of Mr*. Gladfelter I were of art, 1fte.1
masters their and &
Charleston, 8 C.. .br(! cht a four week vacation. .
of wolves for Ani1 Th* funeral ol the late Mr*. with the facnly for teaching Florida and Seedless which the
pair young the Gladtelter took place this after- Grapefruit are bringing
,
,
1 full Den here, which wt-r secured' Mr. A. J. Doyle, of Jacksonvillean' .

Jee I.II.ad a wrote takn to state Miami' by Daytona Alligator tri thIty bride, are and among guests at the the visitors Fort non funeral residence at 4 on o'clock North from Avenue attended the C.family The I CLARK A DISSOLVE GFRROCK: PARTNERBIDP'The : 'I highest prices in the market. Also a Ion assortment of leading

Case tie-News Oallia ),fro Doyle l. well knowa was largely
Limes and
Oran Lemons
Kumquats always on
I I I here and I I. being roundly congratulated fish exporting firm of Clark I es, ,
k Suit Is Foreclosure I rt Gerrock. baa been dissolved Mr '
j
Vr WIU Hone and wife, of by many fr eada. A nit la foreclosure James Rlt. Clark tnceeedlnf to the budneM. tc. I hand. We bod on Rough Lemon, Sour Orange .

HoBMtad.. are visiting in Miami ty vs. W. M. Burdtne .ttult_ ul nf the firm Capt. Oerrock will, enter
for a few day. the guests of Mr ,: Mr B. F. Blnvnt. of Bartow. the M K. Church, doubt ha been the fHhlng badness for himself-I .
s' and Mr Arch Campbell oa A venue I father of Mr*. Weaver, has arrivedla Instituted In the circuit I I court. I I the coming season I.
D Mr Home I* t postmaster >t the city to pay a short visit to II I --

Homestead and bead of the arm uf hi* daughter and family and ae- Affidavit ta AttaehmMM i HL\KR 80C11L WAil
I company hi* wife, who has been An affidavit In attachment to atUfy
Horn A: Campbell of that place A DKLIGHTFTL AFFAIR
; H* report the outlook for Home- paving them an extended visit back a claim of siu.u. R. A. S. I Grapfrnlt aid Lime Boot, We bar Large. Nurseries : Oov Nurseries' are .fcorat.ry

Meal very bright ..d' encouragingad home. Peacock and wife T*. Henry Lnd- I From Tuesdays Dally all of which bar their advantages oa tile Red Lands of ta* free from Whit Fly and M
that the res'dent have a bnsl- I ,- lam, Waa flied la the clerk' office I I y
few bustle about them which will Order eaa of eon drb.ka .envr
4 give good results in the near fator I chipped to you by tilt Miami BouI"I Club given yesterday afternoon by land to which they are best high hammock land sr Pal- I or St. Lad Counties. yen
Mr*. J. 8. Frederick Mr R. F. I We
X *. c Works. Mfrt Miami. Fbv *f Tnrk Rail for Extension adapted. especially recommend
deaabvc Park Sues s Hoyle and Mir Maude Coachman, Sour Orange Boot, ford and on high pin laud take no risk ta buylkg war
-- -- -" The streets and Avenue la Fort proved a most delightful affair. I near Miami and Lemon City. v4
for producing the bet quality tree There la daagy I*
Dallas Park are being generally The stage of the Fair building I Also on the Indian River, near
of Orange and w* take plea- bringing tree from other see-
cleaned up and Improved. had been tastily arranged for the I Fort Pierce and ar* therefor
occasion while the principal featureof ur* la advising our patron
In position to furnish tree Lions of 'he state when tkhi
Steamer Miami Arrived th. evening waa progressive a*- I who ar* la doubt0 the
Tt* steamer )(Miami which sailed ibor Five table were used lu kind of roots beat adapted to best adapted to different soil dreaded pert U gMaraOfdistributed.

for Katy West and Havana at lie the game and at each place dainty, their PARTICULAR SOIL. and locations. .

9 o'clock lat night earned a number dishes of candy were placed. Tbe I
LABOR DAYEXCURSION ,.f passenger and a considerable! store card were prettily decorated -

amount of freight. The lint prize a bag of silk and
I We also grow a fun Ha .(
raffia, was captured: by Mr*. Jack Griffing'sPODlona *
'T* Erect a Residence Graham while the second prize a''' Fruit sad Orwunesrtal...*
wlssor bolder of ring and ribbon I d
Ground t* being broken la Fort PUnts, bMt adapted to South
{ 6 6r 6tr Dallas Park lor the erection of areslrene In club colors went to Mist Coachman
'
for Mr. and Mr*. Vivian The ennvolation prise was cap NurseriesWholesale Florida which are tally described

L. .toed Contractor Olnutead will lured by Mrs.Rerere It was a pretty -' ta oar large ll1-
have charge of Use work. raffia h Ine holder
At the conclusion refreshmentswere tasted eat*logo*. mailed free
!
Information ha* been received served and a delightful social
a and Retail 1 Phone 129-E upon appllcatlo ;
her that Mr M. A, Marshall nfl time Indulged; On account of next
o.nl., wa married yutterday at Monday being labor day there will

River John N. C.. to Miss, Louise I be no meeting of the club, the neat I ai'
/
Henry, a popular young lady of that to be on September Kth I 1---
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1-' There will be, a big time at the beach on Monday next place. Mr. and Mr*, Marshall will '1I I HI:8105-10 WE. '
return to Danla to make their home. The oldest living mt-mber: of
as Labor Day will be observed and the mechanics andWtheir congress I b Gen Ephralm Rt| Eck ,ROLLINS COLLEGE t

families will spend the day at the Win amp at Reach ley of Carrollton 0.. who wa* elected I, The marriage or )lr. William E. SCHOOLBOOKS
)Ir. and Mr*. W. J. crown went while 'serving In the civil war Huston and Miss Myrtle Lowe was
ov. to the beset this morning. He Is Ie lean of age but still II' solemnized at the residence of the i WINTER PAXX. FLORIDA

where they will camp and spend tBi I vigorous health. rn-ntally alet and I I rlole'a parents Mr and Mrs Alfred '
next <*Teral d,1' Mr Brown wll. a* much Interested! In politic aa ever Lowe, on Windsor Lane Key West ,This i* Florida s oldest college and
come over to his business each H.. has voted In every presldentlnl Thursday the Rev E. A. Harrison .be offer the advantage of

t t morning and return In the evening election since that which sealed I j officiating strong faculty thorough: equipment .
Andrew Jackson In the White :
I well subtinti4l endowment
The bride and groom are
,,4 BeachAmple Gang of laborers OoasiaA *- House I known society people of that city undenominational orgamtatioq

: crowd of *.,..t1'-lln or one I bat the affair was a valet one only and influence. fine gvmnaiuum
hundred new laboers for the ex NOTICEIn I the Immediate relative of the excellent boarding. ilitic_erv

tendon are expected to arrive here Court contracting parties eelng present moderate expenses all fled and And SuppliesAT
torlght from the north They will County water The location and
: Did 'na"ty. Fla Mr. and Mr*.Hasten left the same aports
t be sent down the line and tot
put lIurrouDdia ,ale most attractive.hcaltital .
R. A. 8. Peacock and Isabella evening for a stay at Pf'D..coIa.Dd
work. I j Peacock Pariaen trading other point A hot of good wishes and refiniD ;. Classical.i

arrangements will be made to take care of the Another Dredge Berthed under the Dame and styleof attend them. I scientific ma.ic. an expression

crowds and plenty of boats will be in service, making Another dNJp... towed up I I Charles Peacock A Son I modern language: business and I

-4. : continuous trips from 8:30 a.m.to 2:30 p.m.and return I flrn the keys this morning audi', Ludlum vaWerfirr !c I HOTIdl OP stcnojjraphic. For courses details and arc maintained room \\

; ing when wanted. The fare will be SOcts for grown carried np the Miami river and To Henry Ludlum:. Ton are hereby FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS reservation, addressW. '
;; berthed an til such time a* It shall i, notified that a writ of attachment R. O'Ncax.. SMITHSB001STOIJL
and 2Scts for children.
books
people Coupon good be needed tgala. Other dredM<4"bsd r bees issued
and
I ufalast you OKLAXDO, f"1..ol1l0A
f for 20 trips can be had at the office of J. H Tatum & will be bright up end barthed>> with. your property attached to satisfy In State the District. for the Court Southern of the District United I' I
In the : few
Co. for Five Dollars.' These tickets will be good next dtya. i the demand of toe above named o' Florida. O I I ,
F i plaintiff amounting to Three hundred held In the offle of the Clerk of
>- until used and it will be economy for every family AT WOK r-P.P.HO j II and sixty-nine dollar and nlne-I, In Bankruptcy raid court In the Government bu'ld
In the matter ot
ROYAL PALM GROCXDVEven yt eight cents. Ing In the city of Jacksonville. 1>1I-
l to have one. There will be music, dancing, bathing, Peter PeJeron, ,
!Now unless you shall appear before val county, on the f 4th day of September .
;,, lunches, cool drinks, cigars and a general good time. *t this early date the gardeners I the County Court rt Miami. Fla I Bankript A. D.. HOT. at tea clock .

have vet about cleaning op and on the 4th day of lI November A. D. To the Creditors of Peter Ped_.. In the forenoon at which Urns the -f.
prparpg the Royal Palm gar Jen l 1 t07. Judgment will bo rendered of Delray. In the county of Dade. 'said creditor may attend prove General John Peter Shladel Gebla .

I end troinds for next araeou'l la- agalntt you and your property sold and District aforesaid, a Baak- their claim appoint a trustee ez- has rmlgnej the eomoiand ef tk*
EVERYBODY GO Ant of tourist. TV grounds have'I to pay the debt rapt: amine the bankrupt and transact Pennsylvania National Guard wltkvMrh i
WILL beret e.mesbatneglreted *o far a* lurii other business he bee served since f* organ
: Dated this 2Mb diy of August A. Notice I* hereby given that on the a* l'
t weird* and gun ar core<"t'1ed. bu : D.. 1197. : Slab day of August. A. D. HOT, come before said .._ mayproperl1'i UatJon. He won dlcUactlna: la. theelril ...
\ war sad la the state ..,,...
Itfaef'4
a few necks work sill make a worrterfnl Charles Peacock A: Son. : the said 'P ter Pederson was duly Wm. A. i ...
.
sad Mrto
settled
t' Improvement. Th* hotel opine By R. A. 8. Peacock adjudicated bankrupt; aDd that the Referee la Bankruptcy aMenfaHy *
I problem U the great railroad f.
December 7tk. PUlntiU first meeting of his creditor will .be la ;1

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FLOWERS IN SICKROOMS. THE BABY'S RASH. tied stability of awpoa* A water
'
tag place, a spa or a mountain resort '
"I
FUll TICKET OTHER THAN TWO COUNCilMEN Novor Send WhiU Flowers to u Hints te Anxious Mothers Who Discover The Pulse of Is popular and fashionable) ODe

'jr Invalid. Rod Spots. nesKoa and 1* ag1< ,'
/ Nothing strike more terror to a A change I II a matter of seatlneat -,
In semllng: flower* to an InvalidBreat young mother's soul than an appearance betterment, bat once abroad we wtDInrly -

: di vriuiiD.iliou uiu>l I e of rash on her' baby. mie-ui the a Great Nation I submit to different eooditteoa.become .
WAS NOMINATfIJ IN THE PRIMARY YESTERDAY If "'
}:."I' In the first pl.u-e notpractlvawcause eruption t la prickly heat which even strangely amenable to n dlclpllne I
any extra work to the already we would not bear elsewhere.
vf- the moat lnex|>erlenced 'person is 1 likely "
overburdened family : tl This I II "cure*
bold
to know, Imlk-ateH illness I and a : I the foreign
.. Ootmra for
Governor
For thin re-i-uiu i.rowiuft pliviM or whim rather than a reality of
nmlf-irnt] iu' i I., de. n'lle! the.1 physician should be calked I Oat In anus they are baring *. have on us We look upon the for tHan
But while waiting for him her tiilnilmay "
"ItJ ":" that tll'! I'ar.p"I: '! sic' 1 rlous controversy ever the nomination doctor who direct the spa with "
A Good Vote Was Polled and Result Not Known Until Late Last Night-Pheno- 'I' )
V be much relieved by knowing of
,, s candidate for governor
'OUP by .,'nlt, ,.: In tll" r I. \t. 1 rtdlru'ous: awe He exact all wets

menal Run Made By F. B. Hardee, City Marshal-All Candidates Polled Large I j J nhlbtil.:; ... ;7".: : ,1i 'I" III H'l'rot" .I 110 till",it i U then tniI I;1 takes something and of precisely the\ different what they forms mean rah, Some Kancan one polities, however In always, baa proposed strenaou aomprom's of letter things lie and time we us flOe)by' aim clock to nailmeaaurea the 1.

For Instance, scarlet fever that most ,' on Fetter Dwight Co- 1
I- '"': I'' '..n. h h.l. :!>Milo I a* In the balance of hJuncompromising
Votes-Messrs. Dann, Tucker, Granger and Ryan to Run Over in Second Pri'r'Iu II... 1.1, :,' ,'.' m>' Hem. dreaded of all illuewea, ta not to be nurn. secretary cf the state boardof .Iremellta. Th*
I mlntsken for measles agriculture.' Thla 1 a food sag
by a person ; water be drunk In Just each
mary on 29th to Complete Aldermanic Ticket-Returns Canvassed I by Execu,1, slekenittg: :.!',;. Till;,;, er, 'i'....iton.I; .n'. !',u": versed In tbe Indications of both. In KesUon. Then U nothing about quantities must and at just such time

Cowers scarlet fever the eruption ta bright colored the office of governor la Kansas We must eat only such things as *O ,
I"rr.II'\ other I II
; E tive Com ittee-The Primary Call I Idlttlmtty are and the allots are so clove' together that prevent the incumbent from commands. We mwst' fast and .s..- -
their
I of .inane| i I that they seem to run U one mass, being chief booster of Ute Sunflowerstate. tiM, U he direct, and It U a machine t '
TLirll.i.! aid vhf 'ut e.t.r euotrattsom
I That baa been Farmer Co- '
each little ta beglaalac
clear.Iy work from
though: speck really method is.
The ucrums sj+ti-m" I I. nl"al1jbtl"! burn's function for and of
Trlt"a H.d' I I defined It tiegins on the chest or yean to end. trio
t' Commltteemen. F. ballot thrown II deran;:eil tbM"| >erithms undulysharprunl course he would Dot accept an office are
( DaOy) | Executive Tmenty-elgtit were about the neck and spread qnkkly. I Because we obey the letter we
t WIth the exception of two: coun- .'tl..lY'.n II. C. Budge John U.Hiir out on account of Irregularities A In a ,er'atc' 'Ithesv. nod the Measles show first to tbe Ineipe1rieoced. I that would deprive him of that distinction. beo dtte4.. It we atop to think wa>
notmunied :>. .... A. K. and F. S: large gathered the entrant of vlrlJ rviU al1.1 1 p'nkn! and I Ijrlluwi \ The author of "First In of Ma
f rumen. candldtt were : Hejser poll on the face, but a physicianwill I can see that the accessories
:7hd :n''U\:; : I mar t>e really harmful and corn Drat In wheat and first In the than
for city offices! In the primary elmtloa '- Morse I usually see small spots In the I treatment are more Important i
t yesterday.' ',. d these will \tit\e Individual ResultsThe until the ballots had been connted ;: '11'11.ur'l\ 1-e mrrremlil! to the patlent. '' mouth before elsewhere. I hearts at its cltliens." can not hop the Imaginary essential one*. Th.

to be named In!a -cunJ primary to Individual votes received by and the results announced. ("hoh<'P !n.t.,1. delicate |.luk., This they appear. to win any higher esteem In Kansasbr waters get the credit which regwbated *.
( I' soft light ..III..... On the I Iotbrr particular eruption that develop the acquisition of official hoaora.PltUbmrc .
creams or :
and
i be held on the t ih-aixt Thursday ( the several candidate were at fol- Returns Canva The elec'lon mu s 'irit d but orderly bre b: I hind do imt. clove all. send j Dlapat b.I proper rest really deserve. DiewIork
Pursuant to the primary election t accompanied by swelling and ta
In every respect, an<* It was For Mayor white roses IIna"'O'I\"olo-.l by any other Herald. I
sot until near d.iUht before the F. H. \\T>arton . . . Uit call the city executive eummittcj met I flower nor au ali-mlsnoe of onre-1 blotchy. Abroad for Water
this morning at the o"Ace of JnJgeHeyatr Rash that. of chicken.
part
rouatiag of the ballots had been finished "'00' Aldermen lleved white flowers of any klml.I Yon | pox appears I The foreign spa treatment of dUetkaea Devil sad Pee* Ela Se.
secretary and proceeded too. on the face first a* a rule.
the results known. J. R. B Cl-moni 60 toy might Jut as will order a floral ptlI I '
I and rarkma hu IB fact become a well developed The mayor of Plttsburg ka "*- %.
: :. : : : : : : : 147 canva the return ax repci-ii-d by th" Hest" fr the effect bat its formation ta quit different -
r s There were several fnUreslUg feature L. A. Cool.- low marked "At business of Its own to managed ouocej that all city
clerk No
and "rrnWf'l'
to the contest One was the Joe Cballle : . . . 1411 Inspector It will have upon the recipient of your | from that seen In measles. In tbe on business principle and m must sever their -. -lIM-1'
entitledby
found and
the
'.' phenomenal rot polled by Frank B.I J. A. Dane . .. . S'6 'their rote to nomination person were'I mistaken kluilne i former It Is In tittle lamps that quickly I very prosperous accordingly. In such I poltlcs or toM their job. (.

Hardee marshal. for r.iolectwa. J. R. Dorothy . . 71 The are often Inclined to be I: develop into bllnterllk looking things. rerpecU America can take some of them will probaHy less their Job1if
declared the nominee of tbe pri
thre 1 R. B. : . .. .161 d.'I It does not break out all at once but *
y securing a majority vote over Elnig I-1 m and nothinglut cheerful suggestions profitable lesson la the developmentof I they quit polities the mavor *e- t
opponents. Another wu the dlsUnc T S. Oautier . . ZU mary.In the matter of toy addrJennen '. cal 1 KliouUl be |>rew>ute
tee victory of John C. Gramllog rorlD.alclp&l L Granger . . . .. 112 to complete' (ho iMftrit ,If ter.en lmafrlnatkm Flnnlly. prefer the unusual of tbe body so that at first one portton resort In this country there han either way- New Orleans TUaeaDt .

F JoJg over James T.Sanders J. J. Jones . . . 1SSVJ .: by h.. clv charter flowers Yon may lie pretty sure may be quite clear of any eruption embarraimeat ot ncne U both moc rat.
a required :
r' i tae present ldge. and another R. Kr.J1am . 178 the committee declared Mi-sr* J. that many beside yo ",elf will send ] while another ta covered. It disappears respects. J

wa the usually close race between J E. Lammu . . ISt \. Dinu J. C. Ttcker. 1.. Grat.Ferand 1 roue and carnation and violets The by diving Into crust that Not only here can be found every Fond du Lae.. Wisconsin has a '

( A H. Adam* and Arthur Keller I I. B. PadgeU. . . . 105 M. J Ryan ?nti|' :> l to liter little bunch of mcire.1 robins the I drop off after a time. variety of climate, but every varietyof "Jag" ordinance repairing. taatrth is

e r for city clerk the former securing: J B. Relily\ .. . . 28* a second primary aol: .>*ued a call cluster of old fashioned pink |11f"OI1I..1 German measles" less serious than water. With_ exceptions, bow-' portrait of habitual draakard*jkall s
the njnlnation by the narrow margin M. J. Ryan . . .. . 181 will lIP tbI1..otl l time more the other form and frequently first i ever, no great care or pain I* taken be posted In an the saloon ot the ,
for the same to be it->'d on the :.Sih. a appreciated
l of seven vote J. C. Tucker . . 241 The 1 this call 1 U iied for mistaken for It may show by a rash to develop the resource so ready city, with notices to saloonkeepers t.

r Three of the preient council out J. Wilson .. . . InManlri.I the same following: Anil liext of all "'11be\ the bnttermps before there are any fever symptom I at hand. There I la some reason for not to can there person liquor. mn-..I y
r of the four .hbo stood for nomination Judge 1 hint eyed Susan Th eruption .. uisally much paler this In the'want of encouragementla del penalty of losing their Me*****. ,

and election. Messrs .J. E. Lumnas. John C. Gramltng . . 124 I 8ecod PrImary Call I which or tell the!! .homely..rbr"s of n f"roff bnppy than lot real measles and may be either such direction On. cittoen voluntarily petitioned r:

J. I. Wilson and J. B. Rem,. J. T. .Sander . . . 155 Hit appearing that five out of even dear| : kneil aol tiny or fairly Ia rl". It sometimes' American .a a rule are not responsive that hto photograph be so esklMtad
y s wen raccewxf while M_.... MM It. City Marshal I aldermen were nominated! at the home or a one gone. run la together but a* a rule remain to home efforts for their on the ground that-thto offend his

Keltum and T. N. Oaatler were R S. Flanagan . . .. 91 I said primarj, and that no other can
5 i named a* near members. The ticket J .D Oodman . . . VIA I ild.t.1..f'CI a malorlty\ for that HAT POISE.Hew last a shorter time than In measles wandering set, a* a rule. get New Or- ,

as nominated I* u follow: P. Gora . . . 71 : office. It I. therefore ordered that a and may fade after two days. tired of one place and have no *et- lean State.

t The Ttcke F. B. Hardee . . 2iiXTerk second primary be held for the ths Smartly Qownsd Weman Put

; 'b For Mayor F. H. Wbarton. and Collector purpose of nominating two members en liar Hat. .

For AldonDea-J. E ..Lummnt.J 1 A. H. Adams . . . :*&1 of tile city round In accordance with The smartly I gowned woman know LAVENDER DUMBBELLS..

4 I. WWO.. J. B. ReIlly M. RKellum Arthur Keller . . . Zit the call mad July 11th. 1907 anJ full well the value of hat Ol.... Doe G. C. MATTHAMS, Prca. T. V. UOORE. Sec.CRDTCBTHLD6WOOLFOLK. T
; and TN. issuer.r Treasurer aad Asnennor that such second primary election she plant ber hat ou her bead and They Make Charming Trifles Fee

For Manfclpal Judge John C. Ben Hinton . .. . .!*{ be held on the lath day of ? Not sbe. Bazaar {tall..
tick a pin In It cnn-lennly L Po poacHER .
6 Oraaollng. Execatlve Commltte 110'7. Take aboat dozen .rGet.
] Augu.t'l for the best of l'eft1ODllotbat a talks of lavender
.. For City Mafanal F. B. Harden. H. F. Atkinson . . . SSO "It I. further ordered that eke knows<< the hat In a miner: that and tie them together at the base Agent F. O. & aad ia Transit Sake Aft I F.

t For Clerk tend Collector A.H. H. C Budge . .. . 540 second primary election adjusting and that must be dune of the Bowers with one end of a yardof
w 4ama. ]! J. M. Birdln . . . JJ5 1 candidate receiving tile highest ilenerves study mauve baby ribbon shape the flower .

For Treainror and Assessor -B. A.. E. Heyser . . . Ill number of vote cast shall be declared I with rare. Into ball extra ef t
9' That bat Is capable of a poise. a using piece Indian River and lake Worth
B, Hlat a. 1 F.tS Morse . . 134 the nomlntteLIt That every unleM It I Is poised rightly Its effect flower to fill up where necessary, and

It In graceful and becoming wind cotton round to keep all secure.
Is spoiled

If It Is poUed well and most Pineapple Growers' Association

1'; A VISITrO' THE LADDA1NGF OPERATIONS anicracefnl The.ra: If badly woman poised.doe not knowbow

It lo adjust ber hat She does not W* are prepared to sell your pine F. O. B., ia transit

term to renllse that the graceful ap e market or export We are your Sale* Agents not speculad

l WITH GOVERNOR WAND INVESTIGATING COM.Drocfgeo pearanee of a bat depends entirely oil ton on your trait or buyers wishing jet your fruit a. cheap

: IH polie.; that unless. It Is poised rightIt i y as possible.
U dowdy.Tbnt I This Association i ia the grower organisation), for the

It must be ret carefully on the growers protection and interest The grower i i. safeguardedby
land tn the sate of Florida with cite ten Jay, and thai the report would '
coiffure and tbe hair must be pulled the standing of Ita officers and agents. Shipping? stencil or
I canal bordering on the south and undoubtedly be turned over to the .
and shipping book famished bv ueixrat Agent.
down\ In front to show some of Us big stamp
lt Now one on the north. This land will b* Secretary of State not later t allSeptbPI'
&A Working oft
absolutely reclaimed a* the land u IFth.' H* said that the wnveaTbnt
only about two mile wide and the work had been very confining and the side rbould be fluffed out a 'Watch this space for information as to ,.

) About Two Miles, Apart canals will prevent any possible aroaoa and that every member of little and- the h.bair receive atten results and market conditions .

overflow from the vast Everglade tile committee "ai glad that work tionAs J.
and Making Progress surrounding. Hoe I'd aad ia about was rearing ice end. for the hat. that It requires pinning .
and that the pine moat never be I
twenty-fir feet high and there can Another Interesting feature wa
be no overflow' from the western placed In care'e.ely.That ----- -- :
the life and activity noted alonx '
boundary. the bank of New Rher from Fort each Ida l ..i.ouldo... and Set pCMaaaix wan sTAmzx. '

For the put few month the Laadrdale back to where the eome a part of the color scheme be'I'I Then bend each stalk down over the '

i. SUM TOEttdllfE dredge have been catting through dredg are at work Many new : That the bat when pinned on ball and thread the ribbon ta and out Orange and Grapefruit T rees : t

t'' solU rock and D"arallraJd not home have been eneted there with \look light amt careless. though It'; of the stalks natll the flowers are completely .

make the headway that they will I.lIe past year by trucker anl honId be that studied carelessness : covered. Now take a doses .r

'k +ta when they eat through th* rock rln orange aad grapefruit! grower which Is real art.-Woman's World. more stalks of lavender and make ..-

a There la now: about three mile ot ...acnes., now boat, aid, otter craft li i other ban In tile same way. When the We hare for summer planting a good supplyof

rock to t<* dredged on both canals were Pitting her and there from NEEDLEWORK NOTES.When I I two baD are finished Intermingle their clean well one and two budsin
grown year
of Rocks-
Will Soon be out
alter which It wilt t* only muck one end ot the river to the other I' 1 stalks and bind firmly with the two

until Pise Island I* reached. all engaged ta various ,..nulta.A I ends of ribbon which should have been all profitable varieties, which we sell at
Will Put Other The dipper being used oath I lace curtains begin to giveway ,
Likely on now
notlcabie tatar of the trip left loose and fasten off by tying la a
; t dredge' are fur taking oat rock heat* a lam piece of tb'. white closing out pricesVo; guarantee our trees l
the. canals the richnessof bow. Three lavender dumbbell
along can smart
of Them in and have capacity of only two and I cloth ever weak parts before washing I
a '
Dredges one NO WHITE FLY. Send for
the rcll, which t la a creamy black, thin sack.Wbeai will be found to sell splendidly at basaars Catalogue. .
Boil la
slip or
one-half cable yarJ. As aooa a* the a pillow
and ranging anywhere from three to I I I and look pretty made la various
dredge through the rock ready tn sew oa a row of
the Miami River pas
see feet thick. Along the bankswnre color
.1 : ttretch pew dipper will he Install 1 hook and eye place the two edge
die mi.k anJ rock have been The Winterhaven NurseriesWINTERHA
ed whUh will have a capacity ot thrown oat gi at varieties ofved : of lining to which they are to be The Perfymse ef Araby.
from four to ala table yard, thusmakiag the'II i sewed evenly together one on top of
CL" ar growing, some reaching
Sometime a combination of two or
from two to three time meb"d..a
the other then take the tracing wheel
height of fifteen feet wfa a
7; time tie Metropolisha )' that I* being mad at the dlalne-I. more odor give a much more delightful FLORIDAFred'k. '
,, For coin put ter at th. baa of from three to.Rlxlaches. aad mark places on both edge at
'.
than either need !
perfume dDc )
time.
inqalrlee regarding present
hew receiving many Thl growth I* most remarkable. oore.Ia.
the progress of draining and In dlsrascUg the drainage proposition especia'Jy wfeea. It la aka ripping long seams pf machine For example combine an ounce aadhalf a
4:' reclaiming ".lo.erao..e4; land I.f J with Governor Broward be Into eoaalderctlca that much ot turning the work can he quickly and of some really good violet extract
thin county, and also having noted talked and fall of nlhaslasm with half an ounce each of rose, tuberose S. MorseBeaIEstate '
earnestly was It t* lea than a all month old. easily. done It yon will simply $pat the .
and cuala extract, and the result
f ... favorabl and anrarorabl com what bee done
i over had garment under the pressure foot and --- --- ---- --- --- ---
_teat of Governor Broward and the and the plan for the fatare. H* I* i* a decidedly novel yet delicate and
lower the needle to hold It firmly thru
I..4 drainage trustee who have thaI anxious to pat on more dredge and lasting perfume. If to this are added J
bold It fa the left hand a abort distance
)I work in hand, the editor ot this believe that before another year It. era C R. G. ROSS and with a sharp knife IDwrtf'dj half an ounce of the tincture of orrisroot :!

..; paper decided to visit the scene ot will have at least *iz dredge la In the earn rip ItIf five drops of oil of bitter almond
.,' operation and mate a personal ...- different part of the drainage district and two and a quarter drama of triple

: pectioa ot the work and be In a a* busily engaged a* the two last year's white linen skirt ta \'We..Iet', the odor I* Intensified yet Offloe up awn Cor. AYe C ..Cll.. 8s.

position to give the Infonastion ta the New River aectioa. H* feel GETS THE JETTY frayed at the bottom rut off and sewon not too strongly.If r

i. asked for. at the same time. when that the sooner the work Ia I completed a bias fold with tbe seam oa the two anu one-half ounce each of Miami. Dade Co. Florda.

.4 i ocraslofi aroee. be able to'. discuss the better It will be for the people ootnlde. Turn over sod stitch down extract of rose and tuberose. with a ,

the work with acme degree of Ut_lllgence l- of the ante and that with a certain oa the ouulde of the skirt This will gfll of extract of cassia and two and

and not from hereaay teeth amount of work to be done, ifIt CONTRACTFrom give the effect of a LW foothold. If I one-half ounce of tincture of orris
1 -
; soar. take ten year to complete the" preferred add one or two more folds root with a single grain of bitter almond AGENT OR LANDS OF ......j "M

l' With UU object In new and at Job with two dredge. then with six above this. I oil are well blended a most excellent
'PI.. tile lariUlioa ot Mr. Reed A. It should be don In one-third the Imitation of a fragrant violet Florida East Coast Railway Co
a Bryaa. the general superintendent of time. and the people enjoy th-- A Now Idoa. i
I perfume results. Florida Coast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co. :
:(1 the drainage ,work. we left Miami traits of the labor that much quicker A new version of the crab: bag that These delicate extncts. It must be remembered !

tart Saturday morning for Port Lau- In reply to a question as to whether ( Tuesday's Dally) will furnUb eten greater fun became I call for care and exactness Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co e

.. derdal Vpnn reaching this pol. he Intended to place a dredge lathe It i I. reliably reported that Capt of tbe greater difflcultv In getting out In blending and most eiqulnlte cleanliness -

;'if.C we were agreeably surprised to find Miami River the governor replied R. G. Ros*. Jetty contract of Jacksonville the presents In a box filled with sand. In utensils and bottles, a* the
... thai Governor'Broward and Hon. A. that it I la Hkely that one will wa awarded the contract This it of course particularly: suitedto becomespoked
oils are so absorbent that they
,,. C Croora. ot the drainage trustees be placed here at no distant date yesterday for building the new J..t:, summer parties. Whether In a city i
ones
&: and time and
;) had arrived the night before in Company but that It depended a great dealon to the south of the sea entrance of I back yard or a country lawn It will work are. all for naughtOres money The Ocklawaha Nurseries
with several aaenit' >ers or the the people whether or not they the ship channel. furnish no end of amusement for the

.J Internal Improvemm investlgaUcjeotuoU'toe. would offer any 1'f'l1.e- such Captain Ross built the present .email guests ,
cla4l.. rion. 3rd. L. the of the trustees I Ho.Hood..." H_
5 move on part Jetty to the north of the cut two Tors of various aorta should be burled TANGERINE FLORIDA r4.s
Carter R. Pope Reese Oeo. O.Liggett Replying to in Inquiry as to the year or more ago and will at once In the naixl Over e-.ich toy stick along There are charm In great variety that

t and M. 8. Knight who i progrew of the work of the Investigating bring hi* fleet of barges and tugs I stemmed flower ou which ta a : superstitions women carry with them Want Orange Grower to know that It I II to their Interest to bar trie .
t. wr down |or the purpose of making committee. Hon. 8yd. L. here and begin on the south jetty number In the firm belief they are Indispensable from their stock Because they have THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA sg
t: a general Inspection ot Ulet Carter the chairman Informed as which is intended to obe'ruet the i iHave i to their success at card or In other GOOD RESULTS can only be obtained from trees that have aa abaadaaevr

dredge and drainage operation We that the committee eipetced to complete wash of sand and refuse Into The cut a 'f''f'f"ponJlnc; number of I I ventures. Now a fashionable mediate of GOOD ROOTS ,t.m.bat are STOCKY top WELL DEVELOPED.:

.. were invited to Join the part and | their work within he next flowers In s large bowl) and on each I In town says many of her customers and leave, and woodrhat I II ENTIRELY FREE OP INJURIOUS INSECT:

at about tcven-thlrty all were bloMom a number that will correspond j I: are equally superstitious about colon. LITE. ONR. TREES have an theM GOOD POINTS la tfceir favor and tee .
t 'I... with one on tbe flowers In the sand,
aboard Mr. Bryatr commodious I Bite made a green dress for a woman coridally Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCE &NIT are .....
.r- peach enrwate to the headwater of Local Fisherman but have the numbers so placed that i' who liked It greatly But withinfortnight t ed to those who win place their order now. for fall delivery. OCX KaTwf +
MCKElUP & EON they w31: not nhow
New Rivet.I abe was back to the. shop EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC
It would t>* folly to attempt to Each child draws a flower from the ASK
f with a tale of woe. She said thatwhenever A3 PINEAPPLE.!: ABAUT II. CATALOGUE na
give a detailed account of what *,jII Preparing For Season awl) after which be proceeds to dig ', I
Ul had
she had worn It rack
saw oa tai trip at It would take out of tbe sand tbe flower with the
come to borer tea friend Tbe "hoodoo" Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries
sore space than we can at this time LEASE[ mm[ same number on It and also the toy i .1.
wa so pronounced Indeed that
pare; however we will endeavor to that la burled underneath It. I I
i ._ cover some el the more essential she gave the gown away. taM told the O. W. CONNER Preprleter.Tangerine. ;)-

features of this drainage project. The local fishermen are slowly If You Would' 0..... Woll. dressmaker never to mske her another I Florida, ffTSW rl J ): nm II

The people a fth* state.and of Dade HOTEL preparing their fleet for the opening! Wear plain clothes tor plain occasions. frock of that couldn't color. Tbe unlmagtaatlvedressmaker bow the color Or M. S. BUR BANK. Ajrt. Miami Florida ?

\ ... county, lor that matter, hare not ot the Spanish mackerel season I I see
tae faintest conception of the mag- boat the first of November and soon Short lightweight skirt for _Itiq. made any difference; but. u she wanted Oar CREOCIDE!: preoaratioa for the destruction of aat*. Seen, and '
ot Ute draiaag work which to keep the customer abe wa wise I the worlt.I .
.t'Falta4. there will be a general activity along Comfortable shoes and low heel eo other vermla! will do
/_ II betas carried oa right her in that line. street boots. enough to Bed .la sympathy.A .

.. a few Bile ot Miami by the trustee There are Indications of a good I
dT -. and t* properly grasp the real The ever popular. Elacayoe Howl l
*, season. U ia also likely the bual- I PISTOX ROD BROKE
: sltustio one ahoald make the trip has been leased for tt>t coming season nns will rot be overdone this season ; I Miami Bottling Works 4
what U beta KNC.INE RI)LT DAMAGED
I. and see for themselves ", by Mr. J. A. McDonald, owner, a* In those pest a number having I I whit glove sboald'; never be won

*The doM.two large dredge of the to Venn. MeKllltp a Son' of Siaro- announced the coming that reason.ThU they .will not operate From Thursday's Dally I more than once without cleaning.. It WALL A McGOWAN. Props. .

State were first "visited and there ford. N. Y.. who wit open np for applle mnlnlv to those fle>tii I Metwrn. George A. Worley and C. It hi cleaned. property after each wearIng

Engineer Newman explained la detail business November 1. that have come' here from Norti I M Brown. Jr who started out lee- It can be worn Indefinitely a* the I llth dtree$. Near R. R., Miami, Fla, t5 a

: .r the work In, hand and the plans The Uesrr McKilllp are among Carolina and the west roast lerday morning in an automobile>> to annta .. DOt become net t

e I tbe. trustees,, for the Immediate the most successful Hotel men la the visits points up the road returned Minufarturers of I -tAll
6i future] It was shown that the dreJ- country and will conduct the Biscayne In accordance with its profit-shar home by train last night leaving the In TrsuBl

::1: gee wr4 working to the westwardtn In the ap to date manner that lug scheme: a.!opted last rear the machine behind with the engine in -Did you go to the doctors to be examined #

parallel Dang end about taumiles bill ebar ctrtied It la the pan and Boston Consolidated Gas Companyhas a practically demolhthej" condition this morning Kinds of '

kpart with. PIne Island tie ob- riven it a foremost place among Miami credited to the most elTeleat of The auto was speeding along at a Te And I was terribly disappointed. -

JectlW polet! When. taee dredge hoatleriea. its employee the earn of 21,029 pretty lively\ rate nee the piston Soft Drinks

1:. reach PtD. Iiland the tnatewa will or even percent of the earning of rod broke and before tbe machine "Wbat wa the trouble dear ., -

..ff have reclaimed a boor of aboat Bin Now doth the guileful peek-a-boo each for the nine months ended could be stopped the wreck had oc "I found him tn.-MHwaate Seaflnet. J'
thousand acre ot ta* rtcheat mack regret each chilling hole.--Ohio Sua. Je 10, HOT. C1I r.-.d.. Prompt Atiaalloaj |n AH Order Oat-of-Towa Or *r* so".ad,
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AND MESSAGE MULGOBA IMANGOShipped JellOTHE 41. A V t



DAINTY DESSERT j

FOUND WILL KNOW FINANCIER ANTI (** -*kf rm fW*Oa aria.a- .) ATTORNEYS AT LAW
nioK (oorvmn IS SEW YORK WHITTFN BY LATE DR. 0 DREW

\ACHTSM, AS FOLD DY THE Easily arV-8imply add ,
WRITES AWOVT THOSE WK OF \OOMLI.K, AND IS PEDI- boiling water and lt riot -

I NEW YORK WOULD 8OMK OF fla9ri; Lenea.OraairaKapbeiry>, IRWIN AND JOHNSON
z
.,I VACATION I COOPER'j HIS LI>E TltorBLKH per package, enough for largefamily Anwm AND covxsaof AT uw insoucrroi I
ARK WINO NOW RKSIUING IN
Picked up in Bay And Says From Here By Mr. at all graesn. m OAKCHY
D1sstr.tN

Vessel is Far W. E. March to Northern >Raef.e Bo.btfree. I tit H "ifili strut
Sinking mi bUartSCS f4(. >......
k I 'PH.
The Ne wYork World give the .\ .
at Sea A' veil known resident of Dade MarketsAs Julius Drew, writing 'o the editor -
following account of the lulclJe of I Highest award si .
County, who I I. sojourning In New of the Jarknoutllle Metropolis, >t. ATXQCZOll,
York, writes the Metropolis nude Marlon Story well known In this all ZipoaitioBa. I .

date of the 2ind, u followsFlorida : relathe to a poem dedicated by the city: its CCMSSS hrs r4 C*.U.*,...i. ATTORNEY AT LAW.

seems a long way off to i late Dr. Columbus Drew to Milo Marlon Story, one of the best VMI.avail rJatett.tw.g ipjllta. 1 _. 1.e m ad ,

e Another message from the llea'i tbe Floridians sojourning in New evidence of the profit demand'' Cooper body sen ant of the late known clurmen In New York and I aa-Iao.ut TI&JM.eyaeree

o probably a fake as the most of them York but that It U still where ... and market value of the molgoba Jefferson Davis and now a retldeut for many learn a prominent exhibitor JMary I"eltr Is I *':.u OSae.Una BelMlBa.. :f.f."I

+: I left It to return to. I* much comfort. mango, Mr. W. E. }March of tbn I at horse shows, committed sulcld -
are. was picked up Saturday after- of Miami In destitute circumstance MIAMI .
Tweny )ears ago atyone coming city, today received the splendid sum I last night ty shooting himselfIn FLORIDA I.
soot by Qranvllle Rockmer, a boy from Florida especially Southern of ill net from one crate of the has the folio ing to say, giving the the head In hie h-agmnrent couc- PoliticalAnnouncements 1

i floating in the bay between Miller's Florida was regarded a* a cariosi fruit[ shipped to the northern mar poem for publication for the first try place, Brook Farm, near Fort JOB 8. rUDXUCI, ..

dock and Conroad's dock. The "'CII- ty u though he were an alligator time Chester I "; f
ket.The CIVIL ENGINEERAND
sage waa !a a tightly corked beer or some strange tropical plant. Now crate waa of the regulation Edrtor of the Metropolis: II* was committed to Bloomtng- 11
most people have been there I foal! box site which shows SURVEYOR.
bottle and rude orange moot There recently appeared in your dale Asylum a year ago by County _'
to Jacksonville or Tampa and very eonclurlvely that there ts more money ( of which' I have mi.- Judge Platt of Westchester county I saver hNa tae ... as 4eew PrwsH .
paper copy
I ; "8. 8. Mormnt, at sea. August otfen I hare heard the last few and more demand tor this most I'ISO' (EIIII'IT"' a*lrtkU haVir aeht.......se weep. dis issue raa s 1
placed) an appeal lor aid for Milo but was released after ttiremonths' > .. fr*
will W .. d.e.wp.rmdee.
sad
Whoever ui aim
12 1t0T. Dear friend "Oh. they tk* j
this
weeks expression:
luscious and delicious
( of all
tropicalfruits Cooper.lhe body servant of Jefferson confinement. He tried to cHjrpnaiariM. i ia tka Ds.ly inmeib I MIAMI FLORIDA I'
7 i..ftads this please addrea F. OU- wintered In Florida"It t"cF'A :
.
than for any other grown in ; 'e.aly i.treoltap5.m.eb.iiDell
his health
Fiords /
by to
recover
Davis. I remember well the Incident a trip
," aaaa, U .8. 8. Dabuque, care of was ray pleasure to meet at Florida and that its popularity has ... Wirtlj ttftnfuUu for sum. I'POSm"ELI'ewtU 1 :
of to his and later be went abroad. Fourmonths
Cooper's journey dyIng (
.,....tn. New York and tell nun luncheon the other day Mrs Minnie to ,
*P. 8. % Is gone forever" Moore WllUoa, one of Florida's well come stay master and friend. At the time ago he returned to Brook MIa_.... ..__*..M ky CM* ". P. BRA/WING. ,Il
t my father the late Columbus Drew Farm where he lived alone, except I
9 'I The message was written on the known authors who Is spending the Card from Mr Oedsaaa Sr.. wrote a poem upon the incident for the M'naDtLMr. Yeast aW Cssassfsr % :

i reverse side cf a Southern Pacific summer In and near New York. She and I think It wa publishedIn Story was alone In hi* library For dry Aldernaa. i I rreatlAatsaia to Csftxtkea, rMurumt ,sal
Co. Atlantic S. S. Line letter head. and Mr. Wlllson thoroughly enJoying 1/
are Editor Metropolis:
....r.. .. lilt '
( the Charleston News and Courier. at S clock when the servants heard ,S.
aad wa addressed on board 8. 8. the summer and while her I desire to express my thanks to T. Ik.flit_.at MIa.l: I n
Mormus. Mrs Wlllson 1* making arrangements the alnetv-one friends, who kindly The collection of my father's poetrywas a revolver shot. Breaking In the I ivrakr *._.<. miirll a ca.4t4a. tercilj \ Went Palm Beach :: 11'lo5tdad
of destroyed in the fire of 101. door they found Mr. Story lying or. .w...... Mk$nct to tk*act to*.( tto cttr
Farther evidence that the message to have a larger edition thought of me at the ballot box yesterday ..1.'rr. aM jf.-lM. If ttmut. .
while w m**
but yesterday going over s the floor In front of a tone mirror mi
1 to fake Is shown by the fact that I her book "The Seminoles of FIorJd. and willingly submit to the .....,..*.>..... I. advise. 1M Ctt7.id |U Ik* I IAc
a desk of my own I came crass the by which he had evidently dlr cUl *cradltakij. ..* ao.araNy. I
k he U, 8. marine book doe not con- brought out. voice of the majority. original manuscript of the poem the shot that ended his lite. Ivy .... etfallT.' I O. W. MAYNARD
ata the register of a steamer Morj The day before I happened U atone Very respectfully, J. L DAK*.
"The Prayer ot Milo Cooper It
j of the large publishing houses Jno. D. Godmia. Mrs Story ie SN Europe I '
t tj sans I' may at this time be of interest to :
on Fifth avenue and la talking A physician was fcurridly sent for r
the people of the South and at the For Qty Alderaaa
.ALBERT DICKEBSOX to a member of the frm. found that Card from Mr. Adam from Port Chester two miles distant : .

it'd : I' his .assistant a young woman was same Ume'Iu.e some generous but before he arrived Mr.' I hereby announce myself a candidate I
hearted Southerners to
to send help
-, Ifestfk W aa Aged sad. Highly Retavcted planning to take her vacation the Editor Metropolis will appreciate Story was dead. His wife I* tiatcling for alderman subject to the
the faithful Mllo Oooper. action of the city primary to be held
Odara last week 4a August and first Ie the privilege of the use of your la Europe. After he was eom- In August. I
Kariy Today JEWELE AND
!I September la Florida. MJet to test column to express my hearty thanks JULIUS DREW. HIlled to BloomingJaJe she what M. J. RYAN OPTIQAZ.sPeMsef

(From Friday's Dally) what the Stat. was like." to those friends and voter who so away, and hat aoj since been al Ittiaff. eeey veerlast git****} Ail

It has been a very cool summerso loyally supported me la the race for TIle Prayer of Mllo Cooper Brook Farm. For Qty Alderman I are a treat eosaterf. With *.* arts*.

.d The maay friend and acqaalataaees ofthis far and promise aa early fall, clerk la the city primary election There wa whispering in the clam.bel' Mr. Story wa rated M a millionaire rte. apparataw sad large expert****). -.
of Mr. Albert Dlckersoa. will send Floridians tying there was soundless tread ot I beby aaaMac HTMlf a caaMk torAl4Mwa shire* ae gum wert. Pniree s.o.sable. ,:
which us of yesterday and shall use my very bat It It believed that his fortune
t dty. will be chocked to buoy 1 1er I fakjKt M tfc. sctlm *f tie City W a repair w...... Citpfct.Jewerly .
bo*'emard. It will Interest Cocoanut best effort to show further feet.
my appreciation hat been coBftlderably depleted pctary LEaTC&GaAX( U.
his death this morning at basi sad .,..cae.... A psrtlssi fit,
I Drovers to hear that Mrs. Oakley, At though the whimpers and the
by atteadag strictly to bv unfortunate speculation la Wall :
i i fame on Avenue J. I year trad anhed fee L seated eej Av- 'f
For several month*. Mr. Dtekerson 'I of Newburgh. N. Y.. will again bo the duties of the ollk:.. Very truly tread of soundless step were meet street Up to the time of hit confinement .a. D between lit* and tit( B**.

had been sufferer from the almon manager of Camp Biscayne: ; that A. H. Adams. The couch the loving watch bert IB the asylum he wan For Qty ildenua J
't a Commodore Ralph M. Monroe and o'er with tearful hopeful eye. J
{ --- known to be planting heavily and O. W. MAVNARD -
always fatal disease of cancer e-i I I (..." ..*.._ .ywlf 5 eaaalaaM. tar ;
Mass Was still there,.
la Concord u one who resting
now
family are Card from Marshal Hardee hi* breakdown was attributed chieflyto '
his neck and this mo,. n.l.ctl.e I* tie Wflc*l Alaaraiaa askiKlrtaurr mm :
veloped oa I at the old Concord Home, aa guest breath a last breath an dies; the excitement attendant upon his *aciM: al the A.*.*. Jew.ss..*...... 0..... ;
t lag the life shred were nipped by I of Miss Mary Man roe, an aunt of I desire to thank tne voter of Miami For death had filled tu mission aDd speculations Too much IndulgenceIn i.u trctk .
the demo. and he entered life eter1at
the commodore. for the expression or confidence the sleeper heard tile call Intoxicant wa* also given as one -- -- l;

I I Mrs. C. B. Crockett. Is visiting given me la yesterday's large rote. That cometh to the lofty and the of the causes for his mental trouble
Hi life ha been and usefal ,
I a long
.j I la Washington and will go to Lake I take it to be aa Indorsement of the lowly ooh and ere. Mr. Story Inherited from his! gift JUDGE RENDERS I 't 11
In his seventy-firth
year.one, H being* wan born In New York >I Mlnnawaaka la the Catskills, the administration of the affair of my It same to him a whisper death ed father tome of hit remarkable PATENTS :'

tint of September office and u such I certainly aptiie- entering the doorOnly talent, but he became beet known
Mate, bat when a young man wed I Mr. and Mrs. Joha Gilford are I elate U.The i a peaceful whisper of the aim at a miniature painter a yachtsman ;:
to Chicago and there lived for over,1ty DECISION ON BUGS
., years a prosperoea and honorable | back at their Prleeston home, at I large vote I received lay an pie words "No more and owner of show hone. HI w t. srsu o. wM.rW

'| ter a most Interesting trip thragaMexico. obligates. upon me to be more dill Brook Farm place include about teataa'i a---u-M ,
.t business man. I gent la the discharge of my duties, There hurried to the bedside one one hundred acre, and Is ODe of the a n altevuwnten "
About four year ae ." with Mrs Jlti.r /' S nih W.YYas es a '
I Miss Margaret Scott U all( laj and I earnestly promise to fulfill who traveled far to seeThe best appointed of the home of mil +
Dtekerson moved Miami and have:
to j Philadelphia under treatment forher that obligation. To those who voted sick one-fanhtul visitor u llonalre la Westch eater County. He THE IUXD THAT FREQCEXTBEDS : y' 1sA.sts.ledr.llt
I :
thin home. Mr.
since made city their i iDlckerson .. den
eye. against me I share only the kindliest faithfulness can be. U a brother of JmlUa Story who
wM be remembered 'bvsaaay AND ORDER THE MONEY err sr. me w..w.oar >
being asorttad IB the office I Mrs Florence P. Hadea It havinga thoughts, recognizing thai they In the old times thy called him wa recently divorced from Emma waewra ee, w ourr
u
I delightful summer at Warren- discharged their duties a* they saw slave; his heart wa* as before Eame. I PAID BY A VICTIMIZED

Ourarty, treat'nest I burg Mo. and will be home at Co- them, honestly and fearlessly. Agala Bound to his master freedmaa BOW, A Member of Many Club
Co. his eourteou
of all war who* had Justness deal-I count Grove early la the talk I extend my thanks to alL and called a slave to more. Besides hit love for horses he wa I LODGER REFTXDED TO HIM GA SNOW

tag there, woa him many friends. bringing friends who will be with JI'. B. Hardee. His hair was white and time hadseemed an enthusiastic yachtsman owningthe I
her daring the winter. to trace his brow moredeep steam yacht Klia. He belonged
Deceased Is survived by a widow I
Bad Mr B. A. Dlckerson. I Mrs. Kirk Mnaroe baa bad a delightful Card from Mr. Dui to all o fibs horse-snow association According to a dispatch tram

c who one wan son.at one Urn. In business visit with her mother Mrs. r Than when he served. He heard the at New York and West Chester, and Denver Colorado Justice Carla, of ,

A. E. Barr at CorawaU-oa-the-Had- Editor Metropolis: To the voter woe, and came to serve and weep.A In this city he we a member of that city has decided that money:
la this city but la New York
now .
:y. The funeral will take place tomorrow I son where she has met mar late.eeting of Miami who by their votes.eipron- broken tie had wade him fie ol The Union the Knickerbocker the paid by a guest to a boarding house [ a

at tea o'clock from the I people, among whom were ed confidence la me by voting for mo limb to come and go; Racquet the Brook, the Country, keeper for a room ia which bed bugs
honing I members of the E. P. Roe family In the election for city officers yesterday The tie of love he kept unbroke; the New York: Yacht.the Indian Harbor exist must be refunded. '
rIon of H. M. King.
r y undertaking Rev.. L. D. Low, of the M. E. and Mr. Elwood Corning Those I am sincerely thankfuL It appears his heart had willed It so. Yacht and the Larchmont Yacht Sleertnaa Goodwin of Denver er
book a biographical study of Will- the Executive Even the whispering of the room well to several golf
Canrcb South officiating with in- by report ot Ole City clubs u as who paid n.1O for a room at the
termeat la the city cemetery. lam McKinley has made such a stir Committee and by the vote grew nlll when the dark face clubs and the Westchester Hanc boarding house of Mrs lUnrv, H.. ., nth(

amount young people. that I am to be a < adidat la the Looked in permitted gladly near the wett. sued her for U5. OooJwIa

Mr. Kirk Monroe has been on a second primary ordered to qualify dead to have a place. Club.Following Mr. Story's release alleged that he paid II.SO for a''' .
Kadoned be
;y:= by OMuif cruise with friends for two weeks two members of council Out of He entered, soon upon his knee from Bloomlugdile.: there was a room for himself and fajrilv and ortiaf 2Itsdiua ;

o "The most popular remedy in Od .- past and Is now a guest of Captain the four to run In the second prt beside the bed he Frayed brief reconciliation between him and that daring the night an army ot TUB man KAtrnra. AOAZKC

+ ego county, and the best friend of I Stewart of West Point. Later. Mr. mary my vote Is the largest and 1 A praYer of blessing for the dead- his wife While he was cruising in bed bug attacked them. Mrs He- M TUB ......" 4

aty family" write Wm. M. Diets I sad Mrs Munree win go to LakeMinnawaika. earnestly hope my friend will main the grandest ever madeA West Indian waters, between his wett ladll'llDllUrt. that. Ask your newsdealer for

editor and publisher vf the OtsegaJourntL for part of September tats the lead for me ax next Thurs- prayer that gathered in a look the trip to Florida and to Europe Mr. Coodwla carried the bed bags into agaane- If b* doss this

.I ODbertTllIe. N. Y.. -is Dr. i All Parts, so they any la New day'a election.I deeds of good for years Story returned to America but again the house. I ,sod se his same aDd addftae withy.evt

Klsgs New Discovery.: It ha proved -I York are wearing stripe, and New repeat aUf elected to the office The slave end master did for each went aborad without seeing her hot- The precedent that a room frequented name aad a
to be an Infallible cure for coughs York women are beginning to. of alderman:, I will give the people now jeweled in his tears. band. by bed bugs need not be cc,?,. R-j-ftW pnce jc. MoMosj

and eolda, making snort work of I Black and whit or blue and whit of Miami my beat efforts towards *. Oh.! mightiest prayer of him who He returned" to America: Ir March: paid tor by an ocCOpaat: Is established. : this paper. \

the wont of them. We always that looks like the old fashioned economical administration so far u spokes the slave who humbly and not long thereafter was taken Bear PuMUUajs CMrpswy +

keep a bottle ra the house I believe ticking, skirt and jacket. and girls It Is within my power. knelt 111 and went te the Nw York Hoe C Was 2M Stfaat New Tar*Qty .

It to be the meet valuable pro you must use white ribbon oa an Very truly Beside the master, when the honda liltal. Mrs. Story returned about NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR

i acriptloB known for lung and throat your undergarments Instead of colored I. A. Danaraaeceasary of slavery were not felt, the same time and her counsel John

disease.** Oaarantoed to sever dlaappotat ribbons If :you wish to be i. But only bonds of loyalty to every O. Agar was instrumental la bringIng Fee FisuU Discharge -

the taker, by an druggists strictly In fashion and all dresses Expense trait of good hnsbano. and wife together. la Court ot County Judge State of Old Type Blue Stem. '

1 Prle It c and $L Trial bottle are short this season very short A noble being cherished and as Wife Agate Leaves Him Florida.

free. even for older women. Acute attacks of cello and diar nobly understoodThe TV hen Mr. Story somewhat recovered la re Estate of C. B. Crockett. Jr., <

I aw la the New York time the rhoea com oa without warning and black and white were types of his health however Mr. Story Dade County. York:

other day, a good suggestion for tae prompt relief most be obtained. things well written for the guide again went abroad. Up to a year Duke of

RIDES EAST COAST W. C. T. U,. which Is ..Id. has There I* BO necessity of Incurring Of lives by golden rule decreed until ago Brook Farm was notable for It. Notice Is hereby given to all whoa i,'

been most successful IB good effect the expense of a physician's service the master died entertainment About three year it may concern that oa the 2Sth '1 '\ i'eo

la Wisconsin It is u follows: : la rah canes It Chamberlain's Colin ago Mr. Story was the hero of a Jay of September, A. D.. 1PO7sll I 1 '

Fond du Lsc. Aug 14.-A* a result Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy There were whisperings la the chamber burglar hunt after he had been hall apply to the Honorable A. E. Tomato Seed

TRAIN FOR THE of Fond due Lac's unique ordinance I I* at hand. A dose of this remedy there were whispering in robbed of property worth flOO.tO Heyserjadge: ; of said Court as Jadge

requiring that the portrait ol,; will relieve the patient before a the breastOf The burglar turned out to be a former ''of Probate for my final discharge'as

' habitual drunkard shall be posted doctor could arrive. It has never the prayer that Mllo Cooper pray- butler and Mr. Story pleaded Administratrix of the estate of
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FIRST TIME In all The saloons or the city Wita', been known to tail even la the ed beside the dead at rest. for a light sentence for the inns upon iC. B. Crockett. Jr. detested, aad .

notices to saloon keepers to sell most severe and dangerous eases. : He came self-bonded freeman the' his promise t<> reform.DIVERSIFIED that at the same time I will presentto w

them no liquor under penalty of abd no family should be without It. closing eye: to ee.He said court ray dual accounts u ...

losing their licenses, the galaxy of I For sale by Biscayne Drug Co. fourd a glory on the face-his I administratrix of said estate, and ''r

' celebrities, is growing large. The m..ter. too was free. ask for their approval.
R (From Monday's Dally.) i
Dated March 11th. A. D. HOT.
common council ordered F. Aslmonl CROPS .
; For the ant time In his life, although posted while Mat Den gel made the AN AGED WOMANNEEDING Perhaps in the "large room, *.of'nod Agnes McO Crockett.Administratrix..

i a resident of Miami for the anosnal request that his own phot \ .'\( song the Singer tell his .

i past "'ft1l.y.,11111 Hayes.the well I graph Included m the list on the I feet By Hudson A: Bogs,

t known tobacconist who left yesterday ground that this was the only way' I Were! set ..when song Inspired ho WILL BE MORE Attorney
morning oa his fist vacation in CE
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be mild get sobered up and return' struck hU harp so sweet.
I that time, rude over the East Coast Notice of Finch Discharge si
The The
to a dent life only photo I glory on the faces two to walk ty
Railway and took la the picturesque -
grab to a lorn the saloon gallerypreviously there side by side EVIDENTThere Y
: of tbe Florida East Cast
sights In the County Judge's
Court Dad
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was that of Mat Faigo. ; May as white ss was the face
, ,! Tear ago Jim. a* b. la familiarly a substantial property owner and (From Saturdays Dally) that quivered then snd died.C. County Florida

known, lived at Rockl ce. go- tax payer. Police: Officer OrtQng is authority DREW. In r* Estate of William. Wagner de

1 tag there by steamer and from for the statement Ibat there I* residing December J. 1 IS'. ceased..
\ there to Key West la th* same manl at the corner of Second street Public notice Is hereby given that
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:; and thence to Miami. During IMPr.ltKC'1 DIGESTICtM ::: .1 on December tth. ItOT the
nor uader-
and Arena D, Mrs C. A. Baron.an "Thou has set my feet In Is every indication at present '
} the eleven Vears that Mr. Hayes ban. white who Is badly In that the fall ot tomatoes signed win file his fins] report with
aged woman acreage
less nutrition large room Fsalms xxxxl. !4CHILDREX '
and la
S1. resided. la Miami he has taken Mots eoasequrme the Honorable A. E. I
never Heyser
lees vitality. When the need of assistance and other trace will oe very coua- already very scarce by early tilt :

a ncatioa'or been but a few miles I liver falls tom bl'e. the blood Mr*. Bncon. the officer say. Is totally IX PAIN great, also that the crops will be ty Judge: of Dade County Florida we believe there will be so rt..ille\\ ,.
has and **k for his final
away from the city. H. been discharge astdmlalatrator (
loaded with bilious blind and practically helpless. largely diversified between tomatoes, I
at work I oemihft pryp.rr-'i j of said estate. ecd oa the t.iarkct aad advice bwy ,51
steadily attending patently
tips. the digestion become tmpilr-I She lives with her danghter.but does Never err ss do ehl'dren who are beans. pepper, eggplants etc Tomato .
to his business until Frederick 8 .Mom. seed Wt refer
diligently jug
and ed and the bowel constipated. Her- not get the care and attention she suffering from _aDI.r. Such ls the teed beds for the fall crops are your DOW. yoj 1.0; 1lr. 1\

BOW, when he is quite well off 11 blue will rectify tan; U give tae I need and that neighbors have to assist cause of all babies who cry aDd are I now being set and within a few Exec*tor.WOTICK ) J. T Wofford. HaUaa.. ,

t worldly goods, be I* taking his first I to the stomach, liver and kidneys, In her maintenance and care treated for sickness, when they really weeks the plants will be pu* In the Pit, as to the trueness and *.per ,e.

\ rest and recreation The officer also that Mrs. Bacon are suffering from hanger. This ground
; strengthen the appetite clears and says j
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Mr. will be absent six i city of our stock. Price .
Hayes
or All creditors abject
legates. d1< improves the complezioajafusee new wan recently an innate of tnt Is caused from their food not being A cumber of planters will put In
/ eight weeks and will .take ia the tees and all persons having claims to change 0.. 2bc.: v Ib. 9J ash. .
life and vigor to the whole system. county poor farm, and that her case assimilated bat devoured by ..ormLIi Irish potatoes, a crop that has been
r' Jamestown Exposition. Washington It attention of few dose of White' Cream little encouraged heretofore la this or demands against the estate rf $1.75.
cent a bottle. Sold by Blscaya,. is one deserving the Per S pound : one ponad. K50.S
''i'. ; Richmond New York Niagara Fall Drug Co.POUCE. some charitable Institution or per mifuge will cause them to cease cryIng serHon. though those: who have John. Thomas Pc-stock, deceased.are \
;e. and ether points of Interest Daring and required to present the same within ;, w
..or.. begin to thrive at once. plaajltd had exceptional good results -
;i,1. his absence CapL P. B. Flaney WILL ADOrTHEROPOLITAY Give It a trial. Sold by Biscayne Celery will be another crop two years from the last publication -',

will be la charge of his bnsiess and CXIPORMS DOTT BE BLtY Drug Co. this fall that has received little' attention of this notice to the undersigned I J. BOLGIANO & SON
friends wish for him a pleasant I.I I
many In Dade county, though on- hosev4>oatonee address i

sad profitable outing. From Paper making by hand in the of the Mate Cocoanut Grove. Florida otb"wl..1 Baltimore Md
( Saturday's Dally And loss a! Interest when help I* the most profitable In ,
+ti City Marshal Hardee stated this within reach. Herblo will make United States Is believed to have Several planters at and about Dun I thin oof.Ire will be pleaded la bar o!

taaamer Diarrhoea la Children moral*g that when. tie police department that liver perform t.. du'les properly passed late history with the closing la are preparing to pat in a goodly: such claims. I -

; change their uniforms la the I J. B. Vaagha. Elba Ala. down In the town of Adams X...., celery acreage, while farmers It. Jackson Peacock, I The LImIt of Life t +

If Daring the hot weather of the I fall that the menu will come oat U write: "Belag a constant sufferer of that department of the L. L. other sections of the county will\ giveIt Ewan Peacock e

$If:.t'; nmsner months the Bret .JIOOSSBSSS regulation metropolitan police uniform from constipation and a disordered Brown Company which had carriedthe a liberal experiment Executors I The kjost eminent vaedkal *de>.:

of a child's bowels should *-helmets, coots, belts etc. He liver J have found Herbloe to be Industry through twentyfiveyears All producer lyre busy preparing lists are IUal_.. IB the cvaelatr

,l' \ have Immediate attention, so U tot will begin at once Improving the department the beet medicine for ..-.* troubleson with little profit. ground for planting, sad from now NOTICE Ion that the generally aeeepted LB > r

) ; E eek,u.e disease before It become and Intend to have It one the market I have used it const'Btly. on activities for large fall crops of All creditors legatees dlstrfbu itatloa of bamia life Is siasy year ?

serious. AM that I* accessary 1s of the most proficient sad up to date I believe. It to be the bow DOXT CRUMBLE vegetables will prevail with every tee. and all persons having claimsor below the attainment. possible with:

! a few dose of Chamberlain's Colic, If not the largest la the state medicine of tu kind and I wish an Indication for satisfactory renults demands acalnst the estate of the advanced knowledge walck'be

Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed --- sufferer from the** troubles to When your Joints ache and you suffer Druclla! C, McCormick deceased race I Ie BOW posse***]. The erft' e

by a dose of cantor oil to Every body BbxMld Know know t'* good Herbtne has tone from rheumatism. But a bot- Regular a* the Sun are required to present the same \ leal period, that determines Its duostloa. 4

<; cleans* the ...teat Rev M. o.Stocklandd me." Sold by Biscaya Drag Co. of BaDard's Snow Liniment. and get within two year from the last publication seem to be between S* and

r& pastor of the First)*. E. Say O. O. Hays, a prominent bus Invtaat relief. A positive for of this notice to the SBderslgned. i i 1 ts; the proper care of the body dr,
y cure Is sa expression as old ss the race.
1 Church. Little. Fails Mlaa write: mess man of Bluff Mo, that Buck A boat to skim over the water rheumatism. barns, cut contracted whose poetofllce address '| rag thug decade eaa sot b* (a* is
No doubt the and of
-We hare used ChamberlalB Colt rising setting I II Cocoanut Grove. Florida otherwise -
lea's Arnica Salve I* the Quickestand Instead of ploughing Through luand Muscle, sore chest etc.. Mr. I. I. strongly urged: carelessness thoM t
*. Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy tor surest healing salve ever applied mile an hour U reported to havebeen Bogy a prominent merchant at performance this notice will be pleaded' in'I being fatal to loacnrlty Natare't

eversl year and Bad IfC vary va> to a sore, barn or wound or Invented by Peter Cooper Hewitt Willow Point Tex., say that he bar ot such claims, i 1 bent helper after ISG to Electrte Bit
the action of the liver and bowels
.t t nab(. remedy., especially for summerttteorder to a ease. of pile FT used It and who claim to have atalned a fii<** Ba'lard's Snow Llnlmrat the when rerouted with Dr. King's New R. R. McCormick ten the nrlentifle tonic medicine, ,
la children. Bold byBtacaya know what FIB talking about"Guaranteed of : Executor of last will and testamentof that revfallse ot the-
speed thtny-eght mile an hour best an round Hn'ment he ever nse-l Life Pills. Guaranteed by all drug every organ
Drug Co. by an draggiaU. 100.- with a rough model. Sold by Biscayne Drag Co. I gists. XSc. ceased.Drucilla C. McCormick de bo4v O..rantbT aS druggists

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3., i goods and-gents furnishings. A few of the many values for ;I Sewell Bros 4


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Sold at Reduced to Your Gain

.M .._.LadlesPercale! SIIIt, black and white deck _.u------uu $1.49 Our Loss...1 _--__ $1.26 and
w --t, I''a$3.51L.Ladles madras suItu__u __ __u_______u___u UUU $2.39 Our Loss____ _____ $1.11 I Monday Sept. 2 :
;.., isM u__ Ladies white India linen suit trimmed In lace 6 embroIdery -_..._; $2.49 Our Loss_.__ ____. $1.51 ,
_: ST.00ladies white linen salt trimmed In embroider, .u _____uu_ $".49 Our Loss____ __u $3.51
: $Ut ____ ladies fine white India linen salt trimmed In embroidery -----..--- $3.98 Our Loss__ __u -1.01 '. It is positively the last two days
1 IUO _ula.dJes' extra fine white India linen suIt trim.In lace and emb.____ $4.98 Our Loss____ _. $5.02 I
; $7M ____ladies,white linen Jumper snit trimmed In embrodery -u-- ----'- $3.49 Our Loss____ u u_$".51 that we wilt give each customer
1 WI __ ladies black cloth top skirt ____.__ __._... ..__..__,___n_ 52.47 Our Loss__ __u $1.03 I buying $2.50 worth; of merchandise -
$1M ____ladles tn,dotb plaid top skirt $5.98 Our Loss____ $1.OJ in
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$UII&dlesblackpaaama top skirt--- _____--_____--__--_______;;_ $5.48' Our Loss____ ___ --p2.52 II
.t ISM ____ladles black panama top skfrt h- _--_ ___________u_u..___ 59.,98 our Loss___. ____.$5.02i a Hat or. a pair of Shoes, FREE ;
i: $15.01 ___.ladles blade silk top skirt. ... ... .. ..,.....-.... .. ...__u $11.98 Our Loss____ u $3.01 ,
:. $11.01 ___ladles black panama top skirt trimmed black silt-------. --___ $7.98 Our Loss_u_ _u__$1.02 To the ladies buying 2.50 worth of merchandise we'll give
them their choice of 100 ladies canvas shoes .

c r ,: A Big Lot of Remnants of all Kinds Cheap ,

$2.54 -l.teDts romeo slipper with rubber In side:...................... $1.98 Our loss u__ ....$ 52 To the give gentleman them their buying choice 2.50 of 100 worth straw of and merchandise cloth hats we'll
, Zic ....teats fancy border handerthlefs ... ... .... ........ -... ... 11 Our loss.___ . 09
:' we ... .tents black derbts aD sites ... ... ........................ $2.89 Our Loss__- .. 61
1Sc ...feats bathing trunks ........ .... ....... ... .... ....... ... 27 Our loss---- 08 To try and make this will close sale the largest of these giveawaysales
days/we out a great fine goods at
1Sc ....(eats ball hose fancy solid colors albshe ... .... .... .... ...... 19 Our 1055. __ .. 06 New York cost. The last two Saturday many sales were most
; SUO ....gents duck oxfords In sUes 6 to 11. ....... .. ....... ..: $1.64 Our loss_.u 36 successful, as the people of Miami know a good thing
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_r ..$L51..eatstwopiece swimminf suit .. .. ..... ..__ ... .... S 1.09 Our 41 when they see There were times when we could not
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;, $UI gents gro grain silk mnbareDa with to'Fr 52.89 Our --__,- ____ 1.11 ... for extra help to give all who come,the best of atten-
-; I- sue ...(eats tell h&ts colon,tn.purl and black. ....... ...... ... .. $2.89 Our loss--------i 1.11 tion. Remember this sale is for cash and cash alone as
:. .' $1.10...(ea\\!fancy negligee and cream pongee dress shirts............. 69 Our loss _____ 31 that is what we need most. And this accounts for our
I....gents work shirts color, blue and tan ........ .... .... .. ..... 44 Our loss __ _I I60C I ____ 16 giving goods away. Only one prize to each customer. .v'tN
sue ',1" .teats patent leather low quarter shoes J.. .. ....... .:. ... ... $4.89 Our loss. _. 1 _u_ 1.11 ,
! $t.OI ...Gentspuam hats . .. .... ... ... .... .... ....... $9.99 Our loss .__ _.h 10.01 I I i iI
-- -- Two Days--Sat. and Monday
.,_. $148:65: $96.14 I I $52.51

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