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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 13, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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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 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 21. MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLA. t"-
FRIDAY SEPT. 13, 1907.
FIGHT PA.GES j,


B V i A MONSTER/ I OVA liON! I -- MOST ;

GRATIFYING



I 1;, AWAITS THE, LUSITANIA COMMITTEES SUCCESS WAS /



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: SCENE OF RECENT I .f e
'A
j' Which is Due to Reach Th COMMANDARY OF i a


Port of New York tot eRACE RIOTS IS KNIGHTTEMPLARSWAS la Conference With' Mr.,. ;,


Record Time I Ridgley, Comptroller of \.

QUIET \ U. S.
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FORMEDHere
;
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: ON TRIP MISS OCEAN .t

/'" Though By Outrage of Two China. mm 10 UIMEIIT '
Yesterday Afternoon and Last ;

men Yesterday Again Inflamedthe

a Night..Twenty Members Were -

Bit vesl-/ Should Reach Destination People-ibrew a Baby Into'
Given the Degree-An Impressive ,
ct 7 Oclock. Tomorrow Morn. Air Nearly Causing its Death I' Of Adam sf Fort Dallas ffatioul '

Ceremosy.-Officen u be Elected

r'' ; Trip in Almost Exactly Five c Bank-M Depositors Win fetau.lastJtntioa .

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V Days For the Leriathan of the tg f e the Corerameit K -

\ tcoover. Sept 1J.-The sceneof
j. Sea the recent race riots is reported\ r f (From Thnrailiy's Dotl') ) ceirersbJp Will be RemeTedvlrtSanguine

as bring coirparaUvely quiet but h n s Ore of the largest Comma darYI of Socces

'he outrage by two Chinamen vsteMs | of Knight' Ten-pars. A
ever :
--r ) bas again Inflame the Pe.> : organised
pie -j| V t 1F\Lr: n the state was Instituted la masonic ,: ..
!
\-w .York. Sept U.ludrtDIf two moncollant.: chile pasta Judge of 'the Crlmldal Court of Recurd HaJe County : hall here yrvteroay and las t From

1 t ,in Lh- latest vlrelet-s messagefrom along one of the main streets, saw <* | I eight by Mevrs. Silas B. WHcatf I II Thursdays Da'H! _
the st aner Lasitunia receded chile costars. J. A
baby siting on a djorstrp of De La ad. Eminent MeDoa&l4..4"V
1
la,' ctctt'reroning tbe ship 150 nd vwihed :it op, throwing It Into I Knight Cons R. Uouilat, who went t* WaaaUf .

y ",II -* east of Sable Island the big I.the mUl
t C uiarUier will not rack Sandy Hook fell crone horses feet aid narrowiv j i Da) tot a. i i I wttb rouip'roller of the Ttaiiaucf

tc 1111.1 1 ..bout 7 otlock Friday ntorE escaped brief cnshtsl to des fhrre wets twenty odd rangy I Rldnely.: relative K having th rt
sot
>.
n: Hevon 111.I. METCIILF[ IS da:, I for Init.a'lca and ernmvnt receivership .
being considerably brut APPOINTED JUDGE allot the of the Tort' / .
1;"on then, she will beat the roc ed about the held and bo<1Y. it ,,anot >; OF THE CRIMINAl I afternoon and to a late bout last Dall. Xational Bank relieved as4 -..
.
rrd of the Ln"unla and Deatub- much worse from the assault | ,Light were consumed la givisg! 'A. ib* accounts of the tune transferred,

r 'land <-i.uulj] the Lusitnla arrlroa Aaprv crowds stated In pursuit of j degrees the services ear 'h. most to ibe TL-Kbyne Bank True O>*.. ..
< 'j > .oik Friday morning tho the Chinamen who ecapej. The mm OF mm IN solemn sad Impressive ever occur for adju.iment, retarmed homo last /
FOR
trip will have been irate in almost fact that no arrest* hare been mad AND DADE cn. COUNTY I iL. la wcrt: order. ezrc:1n-: lIerll.' DIItht, ralrla "'Ia.-eeI 0'"- h.- r_ ,' .

s *x act live dar.. Oae notable feature has not tended to allay the temper - Those taking the degrees ard teas ef iheir rntsdoa. To a Metrs
of the trio M the extraord'narrf of the mnnle.KIILFD forming the i-.ll. representative this r
", commandary were:: saornilg air
imoaniiy:: from eavcKnesa: rnjojeu BY C.ptalnV.. H. Melctjre Dr. James McOnrald hid

t by th' pas e.ers. >UATTLin GOVERNOR n. B. eeoiRD TODAY M. Jack con. Jr., 11. R. Kellau "We met with the gm<.s* see

# Arrangements bare been made to lames Gtrtman. f. A. BarreU. r e rs. Comptroller KJdgelj granted'

give one of the great"*t marine ora- Mr P. M. Pearce a prominent ; McOare. John Omweg. W. w. I cs two conferences and we eo 14

floes Beer glen any ttettmshlp.FRFKCH cltlreo of Pompano probabl hea the : Charles 8. 0 Kits, Chirlts W> b. hare bad a third. He entrtatee4 s:

14i dlaUnctlon of being the alter of stet Dr. T. 8. Kennedy Chart nor plan which was exp'ala In f

SPA"WH FORCES:! the largest rattle saak In Dale Is a Well Known Lawyer and Citizen of West Palm I Filer Joseph Farrow. R. E. Hal!. fall, and gave us the sssmrsne that lj
i BOOTED THE. MOORS County a reptile I feet nod < lnbei Beach-Appointment Was a '!, H. Porter Savage John Curry Dr i i the :sr',lrs of the Fort Dana bank 1

i' belac the Ttetlra of Mr. Pearef11 Surprise Since Mr. F. B. Stoneman Was W 3. Gnmlu(. Martin. Oabe would be tgned OTST t* U. sew rte
Cato Blanca. Pept. 12 The al- good aim 'lth a gbn. Nominee of Primary-The Latter Held Clopton. anj BracksellIhe eoreern jwrt ss soon as aQ the
.
.r4 Jilted Freoen-gpaalth army male a While working 11..IIC a narrow to be Ineligible is the oncers of the eommandarr so I I rvnrltor hare released tie said :

r jt sudden and snccewifdl more on Tad* trail on the ncwan beach at Pom- Presumption, Which Caused the Governor to Decline far appointed are r. B. Suiaeoiaii. nHvtlon from obligation. Omr eo,. F y

dirt to.labft'll the Moors wereR pa no. one day last weeK with friends His Appointment E. C ; Z. T. Merrm generaliMl- ferences weremost cordial and alt jjt

maaeed In force ?h cams of the among whom waa a boy the snake too sad Erickaon. that remains for the plans, whirl *

:" latter was drfrftvt-d by bombard- lay by the trail and ss the boy who I general. InV offices :t-I: t are already kaown.* enhninat ?< ,

menu and the enemy pat to night, wa sin the rear paved. the mete appointed at a later date, ,Is for the depositorto coma n 3\

'i i lout leaving many degwl The French ttniek at him and the fangs lodged I -- anJ 1 release th Vort bay::;a ?t10*ft>

edi one man killed and six wound In his trouser leg and not until the Tallahassee, Sept 1J-W. 1. rears and for the FOB FCRK' : TOBACCO I, Bask from obllgs'lna te t vsa* \

make draw back for another strike )(l'CCaJr. of Welt Palm Beach his year P : Wr MtDonald stated Oat l
was nomination aateajif
I
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did << was based
i TO FIX OOTTOX PRICES the young man notice him. today appointed by Governor Scowart. section No. IStt of the f Lonhrrfll. icy Sept. II- Al'he'! Tani.if.rro met with Ue um
I And. about the same. time. things statutes nen session of the legislators of'Kentnckv I rod Mr. RJdfely, and a"v
of the gin tke !
became judge of the criminal state relative to
of
\tlanta. On.. Sept IS.-A meet at the interesting door of the, for death was record of Dade County. court lUcatlon of Jidgea of and Ohio, Tennessee, West VtrgiaLl) mu raluable aid spvreeUtr rapport -. ?
young man. bills will be In their mission
tog of the Sea IsUaJ courts sad Introduced 1 and efforts. r
Cotton reading as follows
Associalton nearer, :
probably than It to ,
had compel all tobacco Mr McDonald
erer
mann'actsren to
be "The snngnts of the +
will held judge shall
today as Wblt* been before. not be
; Sprints. Fla.. for the purpose of fix Mr. Pearee went 1m- than twenty-five years of to label their product, ihowtsfcthe ssccen as1 the plan t. retlerei tVi ?
lag the .znlnltnua nedlately to his home nearby and The above information will come khall have been age I percentage: of tobacco aid other reerlTerantp of the ron belles malt V
price In the an In '
tea seceriag his attorney "
slaad district gun returned to the as a great surprtue to lar I "dcpe The American Society of and for the Biacayn Bank A Trap
Hsrrle Jordan scene and killed toe many personsIn practice at the bar of this ; Equity. t'}
snake After la! organisation of tobacco Company, to effect
jnvsident of the Sowthern Miami for not less than n settlement ef V
Cotton and one
Asrorlatlon it had throughout the at
been IlrIan" county year planter,
the I Is back its
and head
Is also time of his I of the movemea:. lfabllM L Oat of a total
tae appointment UabOf.f.
execstire {
o-
removed the skin since Mr. F. .1
Hv measured Jtst S B. Stoneman. of at'I rowers bellere that the Ity to depositors
titer of the Sea Island passs of of abort |SI....*:'
body.1VXTX8 fist I It Is l
In length This .this evident from the fact I such laws to
release
'i will be kept city was nominated' In primarynj would 'esuH in aa Increased bu. already beesj etgned
by Mr. Pearce as a momen'o. recommended Mr Stonemin nomination demand for pare tobreo on boat 1401.sd* asd *
t. PICK TIm JOTTVL HOP to Governor turned down It not one.
and
Mr. Metcalf and a de< re urowaro I nab.ptioa to get the .......
for appointment to pointed that .;
r j inn Governor Broward of licorice. ", s'
,
df'pna'co"
Seattle With In !l1 ._. a. _
Sept. II -H..tt iodgethip of the said court.The Hdero.1 'h former ineligible on .. thl, baa been- --
done
reds of Indians tram MUNSON the
British Colura-
TERM EOIs question of Mr. Stonemaneellglbllty rronnds recited abore. It is I rhlo will he renewed fed
that he governor; ha-1 '
Alalea sereral
t earns Bank
ft
waa raised before and : Trust ..
bne 2
from SETS
leading 'U
en aoJ children since his ELFCTIBN ready to begin b mines*.
r:1f'f
who nomination la ;
am now bus]- primary Un state declaring I In their ",, .. bare ant
; li engaged: In picking Washington* contention of Mr. i decided !--I)
torer
STill UADDASUORE O. some persona being :an Is Inellsiblp and marts tm of..tta
hop
crop They will win b*
probably contlnoe '
that rulrg the law
to the end of the month, and he was not eligible on account be to mean that ala" said Mr McPnnald. "but It

} the ickers win reap a rich harre t. of having not practiced the p3' wr lodge:to of eligible the: criminal to appointment: court ') INSPECTORS FOR I bable they will t+tvt as .
I ml! rible and
.b nar\ earring' u. high as $4 and $* fessoln of lair In the past several hi "ttx..>n a ,tit I .. whenever a
{; di prao x attorney 1 .nf ym"Dt .wM l ,
.t a The total crop of the e'r'a : n tear?. rail be .
Ir.- 1h>seiir '. estimated at SO.OtM i Mr J. K. )(rOnnld,. I bask exaaf!I F
-. t. v f ..1I'.h! halt nil be MIAMI 11 'liter and 'he "'r.-nl receiver for the, t''

T 't14. rl"h Yakima the rnlleyE prod THE EFFECT SALOONS@ AND THEIR!! ? INFLUENGHWI1 R HAVE fnrt, 11.11 s Natknal. Bask did not

e. i be irttlre <"I'01l of lh* [ ON r.'rn r f to Miami hart sight, and fJ.
r aee"'-a1 dpI
:ran 1j four .tntt's- ret ss he has
E r '> Oreg Is a Big Vessel and <::' v' 'o .\1' I lama .. visit tit
< n. Calilmiia; ail1 # Enrouteto family:


a; ,. New Or cans With I m SMBT ? IfSr! ; GfS i.siC7; !! W.reppoi:(]* .j by ('./arty: t VliIIFi'r.iiti \ l' e, :or. u e

,
.
His L. jcfv '. -
.
: ... ... ..' of 'ha { i'y, a't <.....POn ..t Merchandise i C :';: .ji1ssinr'rs and \\ illLide ,--a 1'')'' aunt I F."I.rel. W.:.:

\ Sp n'a? one of 'be i,I A WEIL/ [ KM : tprh> in. ->l"4 ro'.r" earth.. r
!V l '
EDUCATOR[ p t f) "r"< K
4 -'mr'r.tor'M.' where! ; Rtgistratioai Ii '..... rvbo n ited May a
"p.r
eat I ritualistic, '
\ 'I I mn'r'
r" fever wteka be- B7e 'luns .
f c' -ilng I.MI to Gtorgla. .''q..i i I' ..i ..whir of man ,K."I; kU 4<"trc 4\
e< u,,i f of
-- 1 fo."r
I No deflnl'e Information relative -- ... '.T aetrrtt'( p. a r.I ,
T t i I. bt. the Ml,J mS l.adJe B. P. I to the actual condition or tile tarjacte One side of the wet, or lrt .1.! ', K. r(' In' -t the I I.Itbe-r, ,In iii.ert.it't, 'ooa.4 v Ii .1tc1r gi Jmr/ ar i
of a''I I II T'.
Ek..m! hold, a re/fti'ar' meet- irer of the lion thaI have a ri !rotting! dive h 'inlr-1 I 1 ,.1 i lurur ly fje! MM raht| $I dRi ., ..
/ Mnnson line, ashore be::rfl m<'ntlori I I.'z.' d > ,1> ">u ant he ..i"t'I', : r < ,:t aa: '.t h'- :
,,'' in their,,lodge. >i,oms ta the 'WIll',' near Carey's Fort IJgh'house hat only incidental! Is the efftct. tV: l"nllt\ thai I found ham furnish! t.1I'1'x TH" s Yo.r,Kten f ih If n bw. I".., "-d -... o > tve bo full 1 II.t of lspec'osa dastard trcomtetent "ware.dr..1&brorght
1dtg hat
.. NfiUtg Kikj been received here result will here t 1"a t nm1 I of rice little la true, art I .,d cVrk: Appointed by the tr his daughter: M' .
.. -. receive though an nn on the ptibliwhools. KirUat ; 'I -<-'nit Insulting to was 'y tvrn after h*
o. 48 a Warm w icome At 1 authorized rumor waa lu circulation During the nermar, .. .'< i"t the oirga en in the burr M.III : l Uade county to adiilt many :fine t. th min "n "rr.lltiulo'1f'u to preside In thus. ba,1 l mtrr.4 l.1fnc I'e.enr veal fmerathu
Fs Ft FtU i tblll mornltig that the venal is In 'is rhh. rare and rar. Y. to say the .. the are and had altos '
10'
n' d .. h to her
--r- I bad that I hate been tonnet'ted with I. r.tt. ttarrrty ie ,places for il" |prcctttt .t the lI't.t ar.d i I- LI
very r "
shape, and ; !xir' "ns of
with real
Mr (' P the strong ihlldr know frdtrtion .rate. )fl..
lo about to te held October
Koitvthe only Mi'' on
as '
nile of XI.m"1 east the Miami Public } > .i I. .
'' profilnent feclcty wind blowing her condition be- School I hi iP I act winter I ties of a haIr dizn .it. !"Ilrotl..d 1 1 l b> their fath-ra au'l fth : rMii "- ertn) ( U>a' her labor'a
nations. Itl
y..r'doa. Con tomes more perilous. 4 bad a chance to learn a tad man) "' "dr'uk'rate' 'i.rni; boys h.I "r"'h"1' Two ants of ln" prtors enf .-hM, w"r., being dlsre'garda4 a'
4. wbors she has and clerk; '..
1 j The vessel I la enroate from :blfir_ l ire sots of our best bv Xcw of i Itln
d', many them of a cnditlon: ns. boys were ert-ttreS
ri..jr: the f" H>.."' months, York to New ahr Florida: I If rolnc; to tarnish' anavlum aipol'lt.d.; he Jl'po1ntmea' 1ln<<,.! ace in )
Orleans khould t he
,1" for hort vKKs to .-ther 1'Om" I general merrbandlse loaded with i t that are simply htart skkeumg i .!......I't >e ero 'ng into nu u. r"r.r' many of t' a.'nr' rwng' is follow c conr's pi-eel to the
'h tome **t the pnouzb It' anT.alll the arse.ern'n ... tlon 1 i1
r"rrh' She(wilt r-Hiira about fleet Children nmv tome from bora., HIT h. hue been :>n' out of !oat, -J F' Hoffrrai. C. X 'f'"i1', (
IK- wreckers from here and joints I !' I or 1antl! III 11: eon >cara'veto .. Tl', Jr eitlenre was rag ray to I
Arse. :' 0\1. aid
i | In the keM. that wont to the nh>re f'v..rylh"g, la |pare and o m ram 'a U i. ii ;.rla! and Pile r r-ui: II. O. Watson, mi show tni \' nd 'rl.I:1 i: bid <
i au..1a "' t ir Te4
i FV
j 1 tiftil' and In tiir "e" ks .tl ="t an .qra shire" If..he'fie' "r < Hilli i "It ,
.. I tnce of the e < tune :kr. ii a '- ''k">''on. r
I "
.
teainer. bare which
1 n, "ir } R.rtuai. i; person to port and returned. c-f .vilen.as un..I..kabl.1 i;''Y i "fIhun lib, ini so 'f.eroth'y t : in favor/ t* |I."t .r"T i l ).. I' t If' III -"-<-fonJ-J. W. Ho l5r; <, W. I D .4 's .... from, the he suppuw- ii
'1. i. MquvnUy litt of rU not I'rtht '
< .
F i I"
It"'rllm'nt I.t' MI ip
> 1.
had 51 la D'in .
a ra tvr / a reliable I to throncb:! 1' unhurt on a i t r.h'r. ae bat" In'l pec or>>' '"'r f". ..
natore can be le&rncj. :J o'r'e" r,1'. .,. ., .. no 'd! sd!
.
r.1 j an tuis:ng pain-:New T6eree.el (<)lInt ur the counter lr".nli,,g'in tr-. ''h.t h ,- i 1o.'lo.ra' II r,, t: th.. ..Ifl..r.. .. f It K"llnm.Is! kThe I"'II..h aootnrr ,
Is riilf-l r
\al., ashore about forty mitlor I-t '. al'aa s e i .. H- < Ir "F ft
> me l to 11'1 >r
< r"'r" "
10 1t'I !b.Iii. o tx II'
b'K l > <
r miles south of room ;itoe'f and at Lome.but for 1'0 h.* I..n .1. > 11'1'1| | b" Miami
"o
"orb .
.
: I tbf'rf' :Off' ront'_ 'bat_ lion'. n .t.I a'it: il trip'! :'c>r h'ni fur "i t'-: rl I hta "lar''d o.. I .< t'i': I .I I
I know of lire lute and: low If 'rare aete lot doom of r rn r' rttr that tar ih.. 'a of oil, "r is .tedium, fo**
Is
boys .1 1 ,
oj
1 the hlld 'i! :Miami n-t a hit'I l In Pal, f n'. n I I"orl.! ,' i )1': -i to .'j'r 1 a I I'h 'u r'at,.
and !.1. lees tbsn nnntt's
i tle\en. The'own'
r long who l fllaH.j o'Cc.
If Bloody Range War Between hook> >* for thrvy .''a< II. "" 'b"D"'" 10. nit it "voild", "m ;o (I... almo' .... 'lit, I. I growing!: II.l\nt'lo"...' .
\II' ,
\ to let .
the *loon buMi, .
r + iisht with! I.I I I i reraw a Irink'r Indian
up them what do nun in
you
;n".b i on toe dnr'tm In Terrilcry Would Give
tl" .
of lli '"n e---k. President
suppose they had been doing' Plrk- *c n-or near thereIt
Cattlemen and Sheep Herders trig: np whisker bot.'es around town1 1 I "iirviral of the B'-t It w ..u.: l I. Tn a bard ma'tr '.> tt'I "I'i i
Revived that .
'if-ii' in few spars 'ho habit fi. I'
und wiling: them to a certain sinnerman' > cal nor mi the drug! "tors and 'h
In Miami' One of the little ihe week drunkards would be dead and i ion'1-.hlrer, ''hrre are going into, Roosevelt a Wolf Hunt Next

s ch3ps--.nd by the way" his fat! <" minded wculi O" troriin nionnrof r.,M. intsineas.ftelne IonthI
f4pt T < orrlifton
; Rune Mont. .. to le put Into *af> on ,irtlmite ..
12. Montati | 's one of our beet cltlipn\ *- had 1 I V terms with '<'- I
.PT c.i.l.i .
; of Flu
< king: find biddy range war I F't.rd one their nimber to drained se many! of the, nearly! einpn t w? have the ctJlldrA' -'u trv: h indr"d rMldiet In Miami' I -
the <
a.
l tvtwm the cttieni I hcrler. the marauders bottles 'hat he hole no mare rlriht'o I 1"" I-, ss ,if I i knew a l
ass *r tatheal jhout \l"Lnt.e. I.
and ebi dead drunk T .
"p ooened the Sept I : Fr-: .
t li. '*''n. hat I Io fire Into toe huddled h... J fir H whole' gay The ssVoid In their lztt than ac th-lr fathers ftnl mothers 1 dor.nf. .. fort hen of wolv. ,, kav th Ir !alric. .
again: Dem revivi-d and of other 1'0I I A-ml] core i ore b'im\ : i a':to b% "-..,,.::1..1rll'llT' > .'
sheep I ,
:, trifling over 109 to .fT. 1h m r\t'I.: r-4 ''n rail.. r 'red r-"or
Of the hid him names, -nert
.
treptTK' l ''t> virlous se! among some tnanRrovtre or in sty WT : r { h in id'JQ T'rrirtnre toar'd
iinlnislsTills n nP5 err '.1'\thlf1''S orv rra 1 I'' OH ttla-k., ,
tl* or tli ) I i <" In the hat and ,, .tola'r tho < o 'ifld. nre Hint (t. .. a Bret tan '!.
< stite I..J 1 tp the ftirit told the t be..v'i rt, ti het Ptf'rj'Ct lloo*. '. It ." ., ( at iek
6 I wu the third .. 0'11' sr-rre''' b. gaol .1... o 't 5-i i' f _
: ; n' i "d > h"in
time ni ) 'h p
">'n warfare war) r..uh.I'll" IB the fatb r he hill opeot the day! ate o e 1H" i ii ht I wmt. :. or. r : 'r a.. t 'm1. s an.'t '-opie j *he
t I
I *t two *-- urr. that ... riv.< bA d ua.-ii the got' 1 I. .r' r t 1 "w I" ',..rbo .
this came ranch f flr homes .t' t 'f' th- '' ,d < d t lt f .
d mn u fi"t ..
.
it-oni
"
Of have -" I r tn4 a-
'hx-ep hero ruth : ; t. ., .
t.snett
t tad tarn t ) l f'.\ dt-d b>' masked men r n .IhT' little "i\ I'i ,.o "Irv t.oadh ., i ,.. /I. ,. .
o fc
hors he
clt r.d I nrt.mhl I :le I 1 T hlld a 1 t" 'r: IC otr. .' I 4, II l
01 snrh' a s! uich .i I .. .. I I.d '..? .h4Y, .
r v "s d ;rlnp tie, laifow, umilhs I eying expeatti >n I i Ii r ,"r" I,! rM ".t f),,,, h" 'rd a It
f1 5 o r10 fatal'tt4 ba'" "'su'd!' Th herders are .. artng renceance: MP.s. GROOM <.OKs ONIMIOItT.tf ." I i I' "h.. 'a r1 J. ., '" t. ..

from this most rerJBt outbreak of cud bloodshed__may result. yit..Siux ,I I.... l. 1: o r.J! 11'101'' h--I ". n.:r"-u.1' | ) f t't-I.t'll'Itt .. .- ..'. ,:. ir, r.r ,. .. f :'0. 1. ,,, t

t the range warfare butt several sheep nRSnnRE I ('.In nmlsslm, .IT 'ra'h I. f il" l.i b- ,'b t 'h.' 0'I n'3' ".- I t' ,. iril: For itsyears r.I' I rI' o key.
I 'no of K: .
FIGHTERS Front "n' -blJ'hunl.c1r'Y""f
Thursday ,
IDea have Daly l I 1I""v .
ben threatened
with the .yrscated
Mrs. Margaret tnrky located "' \\ ..-hmr'on.!: h.s Prom Tn-sday'. lhiiy'lThe on'e famaaopct.t' J "...,tll.
death. Near Helena recently a WlUwood. N. Arnold Groo-n notified the family 'hat it .. 11be\ *f tree 1II..r.l who t i new <-<>n.luctnc *- C
J.. $ept. IS.-Tbe leaves for the north this l marriage' of Fox boinds wl'l!! h-
week I MIA 'I" -1
sheep herder la response Kaihnri a 'in ta.
wu awakened troll the Put uportsman
the resort
New on d\r. I Mont
Jersey to at
,leqp U find himself sarronnaedr State Ftrstnea's aaaociatlon ,I to telegram> going to !t. | before the congressional come up I 1 la i "r \t no I Little Bru.b lunoln Ne, Ark bunt. and ant i gray honn-li. ..IO"t re>
of claims
a a band of masted wbothreatewed one the oldest rganlsatloos Uoots. Kentucky and Washington thin committee to Dr. Reuben Hubert Marye- :: The hunt will ,ed ,n 'he KT"*' .hate 'IB the "'Ma. t
men. of fir winter for decision take place la visa
fighters in a-
the I
<< tmlr7. be I on business Tarred 'e pastuer >
terd of
>>
,I connect at West autt.eeiera
*! with y Palm famous Ok
a war
that Ills brains wonld be that Its recomendatlon: 'lost city" district,
ran Its annnal session his by the Courtof Reach sear
mornlxi'
claim of Both of lahoma two
her the
family which << teas ago when
two contracting John t
blown par Tulsa
oat If years Claims In
he did sot keep silent at the ocean: Insures a favorable de a section that was once
pier.
i; ago passed the Court of Claims and clsion. 1 lies enjoy a wide circle of friends the headquarters of tbe Abernathr 'he- famous wolf beater
i,I and are well known In Miami. other bandit gangs. Daltona an I who ra'cbea ',. aJ'-." made lie) f
Large nam- I Jt with thsi pre cleat. 4


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I I LET THEM SIT SANITY FROM 1 dv>Kf TALK .. .

Weekly Miami Metropolis AND TAKE. NOTICE A. NEW SOURCEThe I ON ADVavRIlalNG PUttLIC .


I i Miami and Pensacola are bo'h I" Labor Day speech of Wm. R I You mould gladly mortgage TOO I The Professions

B. B. Tatum. President. 8 Bobo Dean 8ee-Tre\a hive wet gad dry elections In the Hearst st Jamestown i i. still a sut liu.lr*'
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY nepr future end In each case .the pet of general remark It was ul. ill Insurance wouldn't you? OPINION -
i'Milt is doubtful In both cases tern tip'lkt! his usual utterance.
till month .. . . . $100 On--ie-r :: : . . . $100 the." elections have been brought: I 11 III II loo couli take out a policy uInvirnnr.

Those paries In advance will receive a rear* subscription for $1 50 in bthe saloon men or t 'ppii? MK private business. and naturallybas It .. shah guaranteed you eer '

;. aaj .U month subscription for ?' cenu This i* a liberal dlscouri to Uiducetrielly I [he bounds of decency nod fiauniih .!; created some astooUhment ud tam dviliiitla. from jour store, 1)1 e.e Tat."t <.... ..1 to u._ .,., the ATTORNEYS AT LAW

advance payments i InfueiKe In tbe face of tlii mol'r less. rpecu atnm Muh 01 aim w .nierprio wur.ng agalni.CAMS ...o"nbn. I. ..ad... u.pe..t. .lleMo"p .edrr
;, p i co ili' Leta set of Haloon men his speech reaJs as If It mUht have" .a. uf b. daf. b.. I ..atl.r0
--
-- -- "ur"td In plrt'nl th'r friends t.- shut i >.i| wou d be glad to ERWIN AND JOHNSON
Entered at the Poatofflce at Mil ml. Florida, aa aecondclau matter. "a, f.-
i e Ire and It will be but a N10rl have appeared In newspaper col urn-,e < sl i p in XHtirlrg a form of In. .",a'l: ;, '

----- tine before! they will lilug about from time to time. Mr. Heart ..ur'wc.-, '" ouldn )ou* Amurr Asscocmtoi uwjtwwucrrot el
A
rnn>.%Y. "sKrrtCMiti.r.' : 1.1.1007 i. condition that will cause an v!. 58). .: And \>.t, In any business naif-; n CIAMUT .
Ion to root out the busmets.! In th's country labor la unlv.'i rnT
Ih.re are many men In Miami awl sal ard Is unicorns Iv honored soil the sun Yo na' amounts to such s \T"\cRY. SERVIC 122 W Twelfth st

WHY WE WILLADVOCATE I: A GOOD TIME TO I Ten!
; PROHIBITION BEGIN ADVERTISING |I a dry tarn but because of th.. "i a I ihi-i<; nas>5 I. it every ntai' in Intelligent advertising campaign Editor Metropolis: I II'H5 -

I .hu!'. u of the law by the snlo>< worthy I nf the name Is a working No advertising campaign that wan P.rml me through the Metropo:I I Ito '

The Metropolis Is absolutely anaal'enblv I: Haven iou notice how" our !! moo they are compelled to vote 'I' n ju In tills Country the mecb n cork well.devised and carried ont with cnll to the attention of Mr 1.--I r. An.

onpoxej! to the whisk' y better a thing Is done wbei the against the tale of liquor. The oJ the farmers stunk, the clerks roll the u'llq'acory esrvlce I '
traffic It Is an advocate of ten I Ipenn : dose\ puts enthusiasm and fervor lot loon wen bore and elsewhere shou cork. i ho business men work thI .' unflinching persistence, ever fallto ) I F. F C. Railway la handing onto I ATTORNEY AT LAW.

more than prohibition.an : I> Fit up aid take notice.-Key Wl'St';' l.r"r.>t>slonal men work_ard e\en the furnish actual "Profit insurance"for the citizens of Miami and pacts atwvtMa Ii 5C5555 fJ'H 4IiamlitUo
g It'e Citizen. i work We have n.nl ) YI-1 of
millionaires
believes" that the erie of whiskey another I a business Ity .wary KvbtMla 1151.T.
'I Intoxicants will never be ..uI I ptrton who bubbles: over wi h "gllt- IN-
ee-wfulh controlled cr done away (:o' '" and bf'1It'r-ID-hlln willvt vi- AN JAIL Industry, and the proudest title of ,,.-he different states and I thin I MIAMI FLORIDA I
lor a store or other enterprise i* not
.
e with until their manufacture 1 II > carry off the prlies. And lathe A PROHIBITION CITY our moet successful millionaire i we have the poorest anke. both
mopped That Is tbe rout of the game of business this I*' onuNy Captain of Industry' betond your means"- ualt'U01I freight and palnler. of my eJprl-1

.>v11; there Is where the beglanln lure The adrerti|"er who predicts The Meridian )Mlna. Star recentI I This is all true enough, but it wa are one of the folks who ought not ence RI seven days for ff'rtl-I JOB S.CIVIL. 'UE c ,

should be made, acd where it wilt and expects failure who "doub Iv contained the following remarkable never utfertd by Mr ll.arst before to be in business at all, which yo' I lzr Jackaonvllle to Miami ENGINEER
be before a great many year I I whether" people really read. the ads." assertion: Mr. Hearst says: "10. country I a Inexcusable Imposition on our cli I I ,
I I are Dot! This cost 1* partially payable
ado! hU where all men are working mithere .. !lens that calla for i'l AND SURVEYORM .
But VetropolU 1* golLg to 'r rocate prohlbltoa In so far aa It I I. The merchant who sees 1:, advftislnt. I 1 more than 40,000 people and a <'It) hhoul.l be greater community in cub, of course but only edy On tbs 3d ad 4h P blM !.8tet aiInrDUosrlTci rye.. r.1 I

reasonable and consistent It IKliere ENDLESS POSSiSlLiliE. of 25,000 Inhabitants Is an anon ,i ,>f interl'st bettor mutual uDdt'r-1 partially. A large part of K Is payable T chirped me consignments n! I sues set rM ae-I.I. L .1 i
when some who advertise AGGRESmELM standing nrd sTtnp-ilhy. It Is roods at Jacksonville Pia. Here !it S
the time ba come I i air in American experience thai : la inte IllcoDce.: in the capactt FLORIDA.HtlNTS.
curb the h boundless f.l.b In >his ids half: of thus hotter understanding U the th and no In slght.an IUX!
I should be done to ': g.i: < and !
tIIlal'; I i speaks In elo aloon, and dive of Dade count] bb store-.ho sees and tlilnWa only lor f'. nf the K>"lal conditions that that I speak today I have no pa- ont bill of lading .. marked
I II known matter
which are veritable hell-holes. The sr X.ESS--tb.t merchant Otils ..d-I produce It. The Star yeaierda; hence with the prejudices which V' a gray rnihAgain we have a passenger
operate retardle** of last or mai 1 I ,....,'.11111: a tangible FOKC 2 TO noted the fact that Jailor Wagner tat between alleg-d clause when the This doe not mean thai you mutt train leaving Jarvkaonvllle shorti I

la some cf them hnmtn life Is at .1''I PROMOTION reported to the sheriff that he bad I .lames themselves! do not really "Z'I..t. ".orr)." !It mean that you must after breakfast and reaching Mlao\. :
I I The COST Is always to be const '' ." He addr: "Ther* Is no reason at midnight with not
I>rem!.m. and U.fJ can cot be paid no irupfits lo .entertain and openin ihlnk--that you must plan and CM ; a dicing .u I
without hearing rowdy; bolsteiou !'I ered as a relative thing!: In advertl up the house for a the.rough vec for hortnitv. between employer' .and cute lion alorg the route. i I

*. Indecent or profane language fog Same as In eating and drink- Illation went to the picnic at I'M I ..mtilove'e ae..n c pl.allst and asge i The only eb.ar for aa ordinary tl oevwe.atus.trttuoo.s..a
prevailing ('II tbe Inside. The Ing--and In baying clothes The sum Creek. earner Capital Is but the accnmu You ran make your aJvertlsin, I ,passenger to get anything to eat I Iin I. rlrrawe.ar"n.....rx e.e..

Uon U frlgbUul .It"-I F.NTHlSIASTIC advertiser is not "It is a demonstration of who Litton of : enllh which employer campaign!! jour 'Policy of Profit In-I bin one of tbe box lunches the rmea IN all 00VN1ei[..

And not IIU.fteodh.h the latitude I afraid to plunge" In tried and is claimed far the spirit and chancier .. and em love T-ate; tontntr Wags'ire i surance." lortents of which )onl terrpt only I .d-le.. .4.'s ta..rl lru.tai S ee.siYW.ewe Art

allowed tbeui by the officer of i itbe I tented advertising space even fJullost ) I of our people that cone caD I hi.t the dlrteten of profits Both rIf I a hob or i person i I .y reo set Iuchih

Uw the propri rots, with Iff C dat of tbe dnllesi. year I n" lull!I M) and proves the north of employer and employe are entitle I Claude= wc're governor how mv 1f'1 rallioad people tarsi cWWitsrerelr m }

gambling .element hav enters.2 has ever known He knows that; those policies\ that have conduced re their share "f the profits :md as. much or the map would M.utae.I why In U rerevwry ror nu to holdfertilizer se. r sw.a .w ewe n.. sir sass

politics and with the rot.thil ran good advertising purs Its own bills. to It. and whl' h have rncde the insplratlon long as the division! Is just and I county occupy? Deala tanner I from six flays and npyarI t I raNttuareN. aa.

be bought for a drink or a IOPJ -and the other store-bills, too of the conduct of the coUrt eiuable' th. re Is no occasion for con Well I.n't be gOYt'rnvrud do a' I mm the .blllpr In jarkonviie: tithe

are actualh In control of the polrl-! I Of course the fact that a merchant and the Administration: of justice 11'0 Diet If th* division Is not just, I It Manatee roun'y "cut any Il;","r" (" Mntnl Do tell I

coal sltuatloa of the city: and ronnI I is an enthusiast about advertising this cour'y. The Jail U empjltro can always be made so by arbilralIMi II \ .. Record. -I I1..1. Reflpecifnlly

ty electing certain officers\ who does not mean that he Is I In r! >ly beconte' those prone to h w- and there Is still no occasion J. B. Fox. I
could acd probably would favor the -market for publicity gold bricks' for conflict."
breaking, have been might to r* That report of Sate Auditor I!
lh<,m and their nefarious< truffle the Before Bl. pubUdty-)'e-teeth were ppect the law and founj it mor" Her ts another truth from a new I I10uret. Amos on the condition of the var

moat In the event tan iela of law I cut he did now and then invest i iD adrantagpoua to pursue tbe better "A condition of class hatred 'oat county offices. U both gratifyIng I I
draw too I! the doubtful sorts of aJvertlsini such has In Colorado H. P. BRANNING
and order threatened to war of living as developed and deserving The office of:' Vote Them Out .
tightly .about them. i! But now he leaves it to Ole merchant: Tbe Star doe not believe that is a curse! to this countrv" The Dade County *i\> as well kept aa any; ail
yt Any one who participated In the who baa few convictions of his owon tie mlllenlnm has arrived or Isiihywtert truth and roman sense of the following In the Stat*. t 4n cwrllt.

'* municipal primary aad the primary; the subject to be "talked Into near due. But ll does shoild nrpeal to all I ..(," -Ir

to nominate officer of the crimlineort I advertising In a spurious medium ., b 'lie\c tot the moral sense of the "The working man Is worthy 'it The Tampa City Council ha tar.-I I of! Dixie Land !c.sr.. '

of record, know the part that It's a good time JOlt now for you bole people is punished by the' bill hire, the bnslnM man of hi1'roflt ed an additional |2&0: to the saloon I West Palm

i Mloet. men and gambler took Isat. to enter anon A CAMPAIGN O'; ': exaltation: of right llvlns: the dtRunclatlon The man who dip* the pro license. of that city-, making the ne-v';' Bach Florida

**m*. They know they were att I AGGRESSIVE PUBLICITY more of vice' and! the brln;mof ; Ions metal from the earth Is worth I license $i 51/. That good, but eta I
the poll and active woikers; they; I aggreMlve than even YOU have ever evil-doers to a strict account his' wsge; Tb. man who tells him not enouah. The license amount (Tone "Dixie"

t,, knew they pulled rid polled every; j I: before undertaken Let na help) I Mllly" here to find the gold deserve* hit ithonlj be no high bone can pay it I New. we're vorking bard. In th- O. W. MAVNARD

vote they earoldate* They were more coat p&lpad work with you in making *, organlxer. executive 01 cotton
Pensa ola Journal
I the sa>i
I And wee to have a chief of Whiskey here will soon forgotten.
plcou than :any other persons .t this the BANNER TEAR OF I "As Mertdan and Lauderdalecounty America are worthy of recognition b
poll f and a police detartmeat in-
and they and their'tilatee" YOUR BUSINESS LIFE. I and reward, Soe. away
the poll,
of which! Meridian Is the' nf
I stead marshal I what would ,
an away
a <
remained bait or betU; I 0I county wt, have for years bath "They.work a* hard as any of n*. you nail It new? This Is another Voted on

baa half drunk all day. It wa i a I I AMERICA i '>Pen under prohibition :t la quit and theif work li absolutely neo> distinction without a dlCereDce. exept Of Dixie t Land
to ae* a crowd of ranto the full prod net Ion of the
thing
frequent evident that prohibition ham not bur that little JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
AND ENGLAND hlf'f"I\ a morn
them pile Into a hack an.t a-or for that community no far at least a. riches ont of which are paid her In "
citified than "martfal. A "coy"Is In Dixie land where all Is love
a drink. They got it, for each UB.I I I I America the highest wage In theI Perfect flttfbg. tat; wearlag .1. f
a
crime conditions concerned
4 I The Boston Herald ever critics! are a "copper" no matter what be U Flcwf'r breath blue skies above ire a grrtt _rive
back Uitle bit drunker vorl Through manv an anxlouiday e.ro Wle' .SM.
they cant a
II a* becomes a Boston pnblicaUolMy : "And with It all. Meridian Is probably I'',I tailed Saloons away apparatus .. experwsee
than when when they left It the most pl'Otperou.Iy! ; In' and many a wakeful night these ,
falls Put
Even Ambassador Bryee I away. here Is no gvesa .. Prices rues
All of tbrs and various other I men ban planned and prosecutedthe .
Mississippi, with better business.more
Into tbe traditional bat Incorrect Voted wnable. W .
repair Watches dock*
.
The Bartow Record declare that oat f'cur
to condition, which every law-bldin| great enterprises which have developsd -
rablt of calling the United 8UU'America' public Improvements, and lewerlj and Spectacle. A portio *f
t+ dtlxen. mast have noticed chow the i and Great Britlan 'Enj I more per capita than the nveran the wealth of the Nttlot souse publication: have a way o: O ld. trade ached foe. se ,

mptnea of the barroom element i land' In view of what Mexico has I I city of Us site anywhere In the and ban !given employment to million avoiding some very vital question. Cborw_ D between Itth 'tf w.O.W.MAVNARD .,y
I
a tbe rut have U fond that It is free and antramled li.
They and their dive are ; Mouth" ; of mn. Let them a t tTUB
done what the Latin American eoui I Thea we're all glad In Dlae,
tloa and ere cf hundred of! I I : 0I l'erwl ehsr of that wealth a* long I and Its trine are coming to be and what Hooray
poises ta our Immediate midst, ba I i as that I* the incentive which *tlmulate eJltor desire The Record I* operatIng Hoor.
Canada BOW la, the ate of the word I A CHEERFUL LIAR I la Dxl land we'll take our stand '
along the line that -
they car not: they know not what them to useful actlvltle I Lei mans success Jeweler sad Pesetas, OsMsise
To and die la Dixie
H ta to tell a man be ha. had I America for this country will nOl all I! WHO SLANDERS FLORIDA them! have wealth as long a* It iii I but we know of semi e liter*.I i Away .
stand and on the other hand -Away,
borne They Invite you enterprises who If they bav a mind and a con
r wgh go honestly acquired through
the force at work against dotnlni : I Irnunlty. Away with la Dixie.We .
u they! entice you and they will keep : I Pmnably the moat Irresponsible that benefit the whole com /Irtlon of their own fall f> spunk .101 _. ,- .-
I II
lion of It forever by England an ,
yon anti your last cent of money] rcrlbbler hat ha been given space The riches they amas anil'' it out. TI* a pity ,oo1
),;nell hD'ec. Scholars should act : are too In our
ba* bees peat ana then kick you ,I in a magazine in recent years I I. one' call: their own are seldom pent in -_ I dear pr.rta. 0"1 4
the,, public eorrtxspeech
an example o Soathla4
t'f ." Rutledge Rutherford. who viciouslyattack. ; extravagance: and luxury upon themselves To the council we say; Advance Rom must go on every hand. I
And the law w* have lad the Ever Florida In "What to Eat," i a but arc pat back Into new that 01 dln'Drlr.rff' IDIC the saloon Put .
This Is hypercrltlcism. ) away
errs we have permit these dirty pure food magazine published ID Industries to produce more weal. license from 1250 to $600. annualIT I
body understands that "America' away
al-oPE'i I i the United States ls meant by acd that Chicago ''I and give employment to more men" 1 I, through Its thlrJ and final rf'ld-I I ,Son. oat I onihl IJo.-
Rutherford I* either the blgges
Fngland" Great Britain D Ing. It 1s the best ordinance thai Of Dixie '
means .
Tbe" only way It can be done U b;, I I When pre"ril'ator'lllIee the days of Aunla TAFT'S THIRD has been introduced In som- time, I i
the of England I
local option. Vo'e \ dry ticket, we say King or be, has "brain storm say, and will do the geralest good to Oh father, husband, sweethearts
everybody knows w* mean the "Kin;I I a
TOUR ABROAD
.i aad let give prohibition a triaL It cf England! and Ireland and Em. the Jackaonvllle Metropolis. That the community While yon are at' brother, Tdw
works in other place and It can te lepntahle Journals will give space to'' It why not give them the I'mitrentlemen I -
For yourselves; and other TOST BTUnflX
.
|>eror of India' Ambassador Bryc Today Secretary: Taft will sail fn many M'
.. made to work her*. such men a* Rutberfor.l Is difficult, Fake the license $700 Put TUB v
\r well versed la the language oJl the Philippines This 1* his third I 'W'Y.Salooa. r OL"
to nnderaUnd. This cheerful lia
o_ I 'lplomnci, and he knows that among other thing says: trip to that archipelago From the I and be done with -It. I 'away, Ask your newlciler for this U +

SHAME 05 throughout Europe our represent -na. tropical beat of Florida and lime he left the Federal bench up'' o Vote them cut maga sine f b.. iuo not ha

lives are referred to u "the Amer. the woeful Indolence of the InhablUnU to tilt, first year he bad travel*! I There is a good deal of sound Of Dixie land. .eod us his Mine and.ddf with_r '
I TOO, TRIBUNE .- ihl'osophv'! In the old Idea that theM and and loc toe )
I Iran Minister. "the American COB make this state 11*. 1 miles ai a Government officer [ I name ae .npte
I especially
I sal.' and so on. Tbeee terms o.' OOH traveled S.600 mile In l >st of 'he neople should govern : AI mother*, sister, wires and price ajc. V '
TIle Tampa Tribune make aa ana ble to disease Infection. While In r. ieg
I titles. have appeared In the column I the Philippine, and on his seconj the: other :pnrt of the people. Prirpllv *-- I sweethearts. I I I e
.t Itself by attempting to reply to do'ence Is a characteristic: o fall the
of the Boston Herald times it would come near making Ve can't vote, but do oar part Barr PaMUhlng CompeyWa
many trip over he went by way of Rom we'l
ii editorials U the Live Oak Democratand Eontb It I* nowhere so general
In rifeiing to the King of Grea: I he l.ieal l government But when I To put sway lit Kraft Maw Y
I He has made trips to Cuba anJ Panama < Oty
relative to th. re- prevalent u ta Florida which liamtcted .
MetroTfll i Saloon
I
cult of IrohlblUon, In Suwanneeeouaty lirttla and Ireland and Emperor of with the hottest climate 01 and has visited Japan.On he doctrine I I. contorted to make'the aw.y.Voe I p
India It Is customary! to speak of him i the prevent tour returning he richest people govern the Tees I them out
and the phenomenal growth ite Sontb. In none of the Florid
I as the King of England altboagi I >f the people It goes sadly wrong!: Of Dixie land .
will travel from the eastern ternilnn -
K Uv Oak. What there was istlther citlea' excepting the winter resorts
I his representative !In Waahlngtoi of the Trsns-Slborlan Railroad That I I' whit Is the matter with a.T.mpa .- Old Type Blue Stem
paper to tang the Tribune we a" there any md-ra sanitary provision I And we will work with all oar ,
a la known as the British Ambaaaadoi Time I Io
} foil to see aalca It wu the state- *. The building are old and'! to St PetThnrg. a distance ut : might I
that Live Oak U growing' or the British Minister I Jecadent. the an more than S,000 mile, and will I "
net systems I
sewerage Ind win la this bard
3 ; When England la referred to as i I )I vNIl I Berlin In Nevember H* expects Now that Gene Mathew. of Stark hrlp you ft.
faster than any other Florida town: deplorable, the street and alley To put away, Duke of York 1
Nation It Is understood, of coursethat "
k Tampa cant wad to be aecond. : are dirty and redolent ot foul amet'lI'ng to be In Washington by the JM built a "platform. why couldntlie Saloon* away I
Bat It was hart and after declaring Scotland and Wales are InclndeJ Oder The one effort of evervbody I second week In December. Tester get on It and ran for Governor Vote them oat

? that the Metropolis U so ardent ,, Ireland should be Included on seem to be to live without day concluded hi speech making -Lak*f'trn: Index. A *iigg:*tlo 1 11 Of Dixie land
the Unit Some time Uu
a&me ago tour across the continent No man with U. Mathews Is *
la Its support of prohibition that It i o ort. From a casual view It would '
} State Department was said to be con In high public office has ever traveled the' coming men of Florida-In fact Tomato Seed
has bee led Into ayug some extremely I IM my prediction that the next, -ArraagM Wm. Lloyd
ilderlng the question of official' byr I
foolish things-foolish beema u ; great disease! plague to Infect the aa extensively .* Secretary Tin he ba already arrived and he could Hahn Pensaeola. Fla

** It .. ImJCM bl. to establish I designating our representative! I United State wm far its entry Ills travel should have the effect ol Hand with ease ana grace and firm-
abroad aa American Minister. Amer. bas view and adding to ies upon that elent platform h* .
... truth of the* statement It through Florida miles very much enlarging PLANT SISAL
j preface* a long tirade against prohibition Iran Ambassador etc. Ambassador greater precaution are taken than tie knowledge of men and Nation. recently built for campaign PllrloOM'Un e

by declaring that It U by I Brae uses the terms advtiedly any now to be noted." If here were a weight limit on Ok Democrat And It s a Crop and" Will
When the United Stales 1s referred Pftal D
1 t vo means aa organ of tb. liquor o iwisengers a* there 1* on baggage Itbewi Is a newspaper editor and
y Interest, and then proceed to flay, to as America nobody will compare. be would have to nay a large sum II good: one at that A'n-wspep"rI I Wf'1 Hr ,
Prohibition 1
It with Canada Sontt radlply getting on
or Mexico or ran as That sounds tea '
and !in charges for excessImprove governor
prohibition and the Democrat :
America Moreover the UniteJStale. ) top and we want It to remain so. During a recent vest to the Ba-
I --i>-- rood to be true but If tb* patu"would
for its of It.I
Metropolis advocacy .
That It may we think a crusadgainst <> rama Island we were surprised '<>
is
not they" but"It. In mor
the ssnl'arv ('On.litlons'nr vote as the "fraternity" hs ,
It utters: I than the blind tiger should be I find *o much attention given tll'
t
ways one. I cltThe 111 could cinch the Job
the
Intelligence Improvement
rith due regard for the
--0 waged at all: tlmec Keep up the ultlv.iUon of sisal and to learn thatt
of the Democrat' able editor : needed! and unless It Is made com I
t I sentiment against the tiger and prohibition I t Is fast growing to be the chief laustry -
we cannot but say that the Urn I WHAT< HAS BRYANDONE will come nearer prohibiting or us may live to regret It. f If It's I Reputation of the islands. says the Key

t Oak merchant cannot possibly ) FOR THE SOUTH Lakeland San. Sent C'Uzt'n.MLY .
know anything of th. kind; and sal, u The editor of the Brookul1-!' yon are after. White Cream Verm- of our -Itiiea. will be surIwd r rr

advocate for the cause of liquor I What has Mr. Bryan ever Jone > -UK sitvs h'' favors state proMbll'on' furs has a world wide reputatlorIhe to know that the first plants

; eight reasonably add to Ole above for the South that be should be sot The September Homev. krr if. but> thai) advocate local 1 ot.on until I) as best of all worm de..lro7er-.1 were rained to the colony from the

that "there woald be handred of upon a po> ...'al above Cal raon. sow out and a most ered:Uolv number the state takes hold of the s.t ration: : and for lit tonic Influence on .c.k'I 'lorIJa Keys more than a *corf I
the 'ver"1 Int.rest ns lIo
mm owning their own borne Among .- I and nntrlfty children It Improve .i
BOW I Daniel \Ulllams, Carmaek and others ears ago Ve'sls were Mill }
articles Is of Daila.
ta Sawanne county who are not I whose every heartbeat 1s Southern a wrlfenp on. All Florida Is brushing up for : their dice tlon and 1 amlnillatlon of out' from Nassau and found f&4lanU ,

her now had they pot been kepway asks the Nasbvllle American tf Dad county's largest and tcortprogressive he tourist !season. It protnsle It.1 I Ihs heir food, strengthens their nerv-'' .> practkavy growing wild ->nk I
edition
by the very condition dwbkh As a matter of fact la It not towns The the greatest en recotdKey i iiVeet nUt system and restores them Ir '!' 1\\ >ra Cblca and some of the other ;:
the Metropolis and Democrat I fact[: that Mr. Bryan I* filled \\ throughout Is exceedingly Interest CItlren I eat-h tn>t vigor natural to a child Islands. -.

are ao proud." the same anU-&>athen Idea held Ing aid well arranged } I Iter I If f yon want healthy. happy chill W* were told by some of the '

\ I* not this a eminent a thought I by all Northwestern men? So fart o Tbe s loon men will\ not open af- I get a bottle of Whites Cream Verilfuge large planters that there was 51wars II already, serf scarce, by early fan '

t and an effort against prohibition ant t our observation goes and It goes We've got com pretty tough people > October 1. until the prohibitionUestlon I Sold by Biscayne Drug CoCofindtng a ready market In 11f United

la favor of the liquor Interests* Had i about a* far .. that of ojier South In this age of the world andre : has been settled Wooded(I S.t.for all the sisal that could we believe there will b D fraai.

the Tribune's editor not thought It I era men Mr Bryan ha* never In ha+.- a habit of pointing bark If they tee the ban Iwrfung on the | Themselves< : e nthel and CDtiIUe rl. of red on tbe '.1rke and advise bj,- '.,

1 and been aa opponent to good lar.ad I his long public career shown theleast in the days of our revolutionary anil' .. Indlrat** tht ti. demand !. ing your seed now. We refer
f good moral b* world not bav sympathy with or understand- sires as the golden age of the re- I The orange grower; who are eon- 'I rowing!: On the plantation 'Gt '
Mr J. T WofTord
advanced each aa argument Corrupt : Inc of tile Southern people or of p..blleb..a everybody was good A Tampa young man went to i soling themselves with tbe thought!!: the fibre i la washed from the Ira IUIUn
alad say and write corrupt t"np.I I the great problem which confront and honest and virtuous But tf* picnic with a girl the other day {I that a short crop means better prices by hand, but the more proHu rtius Fa. at to the trueness and ..per* -

Bat wbea we come to think aboutIt. I hem Nor could he be expected to what Chief Jpstlce Marshall of Virginia lie rotes a dr'lca'e seam In her ..< reckoning!: w.thont. consulting &ro..e are now instilling mach D. >nty of our stock Price 1

what more could we expect from have much interest Born In 1K1lols ; .avs in a letter to a friendIn locking Just about the top ot the'hoe I' the transportation companies. com' hub will! I greatly facilitate th- I.b
Tampa-without doubt the most'I and for years a resident of 1791: "Seriously" he wrolthere -. lie drew the conclusion that I! ilBlcn men and thousand and en" w ark I to change Ox >e y Ib Ccat.. '

j corrupt ant immoral city tn th Nebraska. he has been the victim of appears to me every day 'o he girl: had taken two pairs! of old I middle' men. Don't you forn-t it If the residents of the Bahama L, pound $1.75 one i tuund, H50.

state It wreak In vice .and licrime. I environment and from Its Influence be t more folly envy, malice and stockings and sklllful'y sewn them hey know bow to charge "all the f ilands rin hid this Industry profit

Hardly an Issue of .be e*. he will never escape. damned rascality tn the world than together to make a pair aa coo.1nr'A' 01 raffle will bear" and they are riznt: .hl. why would It not pay the rca-

+ teemed TJ-"ome:. come to this office I Far better win it be for the South here wan the day t>before and I' do It.... not much of a clrcnra after that extra half' dollar you arc leuts o f'he Florida keys tf devote

that doe rot contain a story of : to tarn t* back upon Bryan and.I rarity begin to think that p alnlownrlsbt stance but wiile th>'y drove home counting on' Arcadia Cl.amplonal .me of their time to h" iijltiir J. BOLGIANO & SON

eriin Crlianehery. Bering and .In''' name one of its own ions for tbo honesty sod ur.trltul-i( he told rim. she would, and be U -- -- (.f the plant A* a mat'er of fa-"

a ... .imied la Tampa. How much j treat honor Culbereon. In our Intf'rrlt.m be kicked out ofdoora.Ltn low inquiring the cost of brildlnt, from a bees Promptly Relievedby It wi grow in any kind of toil and Baltimore Md

g of this crime can be traced to *aJooaa judgment. coulj carry New York Oak Democrat. a four-room cottage with modern'' CTvamb rlala's Palm Balm Yo Ih Hale or no attention! except I ,

'"'I Are they and the gambling I State something Bryan will never! c mprovenents.-Tairpa Time I I I that weeds must b kept from rhok

bell not responsible for ninetenthsof '.o. Cuibernon; would get more The Nashville American put it I It i I. ttrante.: ; but come bow on I .*. little child of Michael! Straus, Inl It to death while the plant .1' WAS % VERY BOY ;

tile legal and moral transgre- I rotes than Bryan In other Eastern this' way end It Is frer,.- near rUht: other girl of this kind are more IIn i of Vernon Conn. was reeent'y In oner. Drought doer not affect I' --8.C

a sinus committed there' I Utes. and for two reasons: Pint ,, Tpon the action of Mr. Bryan demand with men who are men i! great pain from a bun j" 'h" hand: and the leaves from which the fiber Hat Cared h/ ('hetu.t.eeld'1. Colie.Cbckra .

I Aad U the Tribune doing or say- ,, because be Is a conservative Democrat more than th.tf arj other Indl ban the finlrkv fickle sort who can I and a* cold application only In- la i taken nM only t. r-a when stud IMarriMie Remedy, I i I .

lag one word In opposition to the I and secondly, because Bryan's rt.lua' depjni4<< lergcly tbe fate of do nothing and know less Th. pased the Inflxmmtlon. Mr Strauss 'l"r-Is nOlblDI ..to do There V

liquor tramc. tae gambling evil and'' ads and fancies have forever alienated the party in the coming contest If domesticated girl tbe girl who first tame to Mr James N Nichols, alocal are .of.idle landon "Wtlen mr toy was two .eers.ld' ,

the Immoral corruptions of It* city I' thousands of Democrat who Wr Brr-n 1 I. nominated he will be respects her piretts and can go in I| merchant: tor something t<> the keys which might be earning b- had a Y"M* "uk of bows .

and the state igo. It to' not But .lll never vote for him under any i Defeated If the nominee I I. a l>mcrat he kl'chert and rook a meal '.f''P.1| stop the pain. Mr Nichols lay: "I money fur Its owner., t I mI.llt. but by the ft'hamberlatn's J

i' o* the other hand It 1* fighting for. :liroic stances. > to whom the 3r>an element len and keep hon** and make and advised him to us* Chamberlain'. Colic, Cholera.sad ;'

and apportlag them. It want The South will do the Democracy I of the I'Urtr I* opposed he will belefeated >atch her own clothing at the same:' Pain Balm and the first app'Ication Thats a pretty good salary Hafrhoea we brought plan .

then to continue, a menace and a and the country a service If It will I The only hope He* In time being!: able to entertain and drew ont the Inflammation and gave tP the ely 1.1 prop "bUI-j. out all Rem7 says Maggie Hick**. :

ataano to mankind, landing ready drop Mr. Bryan and take ap one I mutual concessions and candidate make herself attrac'lve. U the girl immediate Belief. I have used this shoulder on people Dut'two of "rtl., This remedy caw

at tb* *an. time U aaaall lb<<*e of It* own _.. I and platform which all Democrats ,I bat I* mighty apt to win a good liniment myself and recomend It years. but taking it all In 11 b)depended 1"' la the moat ,%

Hnp&pen and : people who hare la this spirit. ran accept Mr 1, hoDIt! When men ge wife banting very often for cat, burns, strains I the amounts ar 1.ID.bl enough a. Ev.ap ...

I the moral ...ne. to fight for a This paper persistently aJrUe you Bryan with bit Urge following and I Igreat they are usually looking for a woman aDd lame back and have never)i i ne Metropolis Iln* paying cured by It FoU.cOW*1 .'

....... blgbr| and asore moral to read the ad*. And BO more val- laflueoce ba a golden of this kind. Some few Jont- known It to disappoint." For sale| 10 men what ) are worth I f'd direction a ear pla J

I plan crt ktaaaltr. Dame n )'0.. '' labU advice was ever printed Uur Sanity to do the party a oppor.t petty little worthless dollies for b.r Biscayne Drug Co. and a druggLts -| p are expensive men, atany For *ale by Biscayne Drug e.I

TrtttM.. .eolnnin. I vies H* may decide to do It. I them. Bat they are mot aw*. I e I I all e
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r SALOON WILL CLOSE .

Amounts Suggested as Remuneration for Those Who CLERK Of Extension of F. E. C. '


r Serve The Next Two Years-Seveial ordinances' I Ry. Through to Cityof ON THE FIRST of Human Affairs .1-:

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Introduced and Advanced to Second Reading I Of the Criminal Court-Received Key West; )


F Various Other Matters Considered Notice Today of I OCTOBER I ".. {I I

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His AppointmentFrom I I.. the suitor wrrr certain of the success of .(

I MATERIAL FOR BAHIA HONDA! his cause, courtship would be a dull affair 6'

(Fr< m Fridays Dally) >' fund to the One and forfeiture fund.I ( Friday's: Dally i It, ii Said and Remain Closed Until! 1 it Bert" always certain that a given result

Several matters of Importance Both the resolution\ and motion 'Icl..rk .
a tame before the city council at Its I were. adopted Mr. H. Date MIler; nominated After Result of Prohibition Elec. 'a' I fi .)How a given cause human affairs ;

', session last ht.principally among I It Iwhich Mr B. B. Tatnm appeared before of criminal court In and for .
Dad county, received notice this tion Hu Been DeclaredLicenseYear i nlit. lack zest''! Happilv certainty i.i only a .
t were the Introduction of fourordlnanch the board In bchulf of the Gulf Viaduct, Which Cannot be Secured

one providing for the I fining Co. asking if It would Re-I morning; from Tallahassee of his auliointment October 1 r w' rd- while uncertainty is a law' -a condition t
; to gasoline oils by tbe governor to the For Time Main Causeof
abolishment of the office of city partible store a Long the
t phiKiclau. the second aboltshlag the I I I on the right of way of the railroad office. I I II 1..it\ < ''Iip all human efforV. That you will ,J
', block 134 which is Mr. Miller will at one make his' Work Lower
office of city marshal and organizing track In north '' Suspending on
railroad bond of $1.SCO and after Its approval re.u hnur aptointed destination on 'urntxt ,
i> police\ department to consisi of I on the river front and y _
a chief and such policemen as couull j track by the county commissioners willforward I End-Bridge is Now in Yard Here 1 Street car ride i U not a certainty. It is
the to Tallahassee, to the "wet"
fame I Owing and "dry"
; < and the mayor may deem proper, The matter was referred to the
the third Increasing the saloon ltr i I water and fire committee, they to when his eommUalon will be tuned: i I' electicn being called for October 15. ', ph bitit; is likely; but the chance is always i cjl
Messrs 8ton man and Branning and the license year beginning on i i
ordinance
rene Oak from flSO to $500 yearly amend the gasoline so aa
nominees for judge and IOheilor I the first of October It la there that something will That i
and providing a penalty of U U fine : to grant the request of Mr. Tatum. .r&- I reliably : prevent. a ]

i or Imprisonment,, for ninety days County Clerk Z. T. Merritt appeared pnctlvelv, of the same court, do not From a most reliable source It Is stated that all the local saloon men ten.iin. sort of advertisement of a store will
I have to give a bond Mr Stoneman | und those throughout the county, : :
violation the council and -
T for a of said ordinance before requested learned that Mr. Flagler baa no Intention '
and tile fourth an ordinance adopting that the city depoelt with stated at one o'clock ibis afternoon I of abondtng his attempt to i ito 'eont..r Into a mutual agreement' ,>r<.duce a logical and expected result is not j jal
that he had not received informslion to clove ihelr laces of business
i the amended city darter pro-i each suit In tax lleo filed by the I np on ;
tiding the duties, power, quallnattona I rlty. the sm of $3. said amountto <-f his appointment and that carry the FE.C. Railway exten- October 1 and remain closed suUlafter vests certain. It is probable and likely.
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t < and terms of office of the cover the cost of recording the It Is net necessary that he should sloe through to Key West and atop the sal,) election result hare I fiu combination circumstances
) s
1 until the commission is lsuedslnc I been me or may ,
determined
officers of said City and fixing the same The request wa grantedH. t It at Knights Key, at ha been generally I i'
j be does not give a bond. If the election l I is In favor, of the intervene
ompenntlon to be paid them. I E. Tuttle] and other petitioned reported. to prevent the completer ult hoped
t All tort of the ordinances were for two street lights in F..rt "wets" they ldl immediately reopen i! '
advanced throat their second read- Dallas Park one In front of the residence The suspension of operations couth I t for business tan e ont licenses ', 'or. The I "element of chance: which enters

Inc In the later matter the follow-I of O. W. Maynard. and the Receiver McDonaldIs j of Knights' Key 1* said to be due 1 but If the county goes!: dry they wilt j into adv is small his '
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rtising a
I newspaper one
remain closed and
dispose uf their
; I In*: salaries were practically decided other at Tuttle' corner. The matter almost entirely to a determination '
upon though it Is possible and prob-I was referred to the Street and of the officials to concentrate all I, tok and fixtures i t ue. but it is there, as it is everywhere else
.ble will be changes In Committee, they to In- I It la reported alto that the saloon j
there some Imrrovemept
4 e; the amount .before the ordinance Isl vetlgate and report at the next Summoned to work. on the north end of the line men win! organise in opposition toI I in life: those who look for certainty will fail t

and complete !It through to Knlght'a (he prohibition movement ad will ,!'
y dopted meeting
sometimes find it. The merchant who
to ad'J
t Mayor-$109 tier year.t4"IDbel'tO The finance committee reportedthe Key, making It a base of ope .tlonL I make an active campaign of the'county ;,'

) of council $2 for each sale of ".000 emergency revenue After that work on the south endor In advocacy of the open saloons I vertises in the MIAMI METROPOLIS .
WashingtonFrom .
attended bond to the First National I,
meeting that part of it below Knight'
f Mnslclpal Judge-IJOO annually Bank of MIAmI. Key ....11be\ resumed I ---- I knows that the "Law of Uncertainty"-

Chief of Police-$1,$00Police motion the ordinance IncreasIng -
t'pon
By carrying the road complete ton I at in his favor Ninety and Nine Times
officers, If'than six the license tax upon dealer given It la estimated that :i lifl
,t r months' service- "0 per month handling second hand clothing furniture ( Friday' Daily) i I time ard point labor will pe saved and I! SOUVENIR POSTCARDS I WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE ,

c-t Police officers! after eta months' etc. was Indefinitely postponed Mr. J. K. McDcnald. receiver of much of the water

A nervlee $*5 per month. I This ordinance bad been the Fort Dallas National' Bank, left which has been very transportatou'l

tJ Clerk and Collector- $125 per advanced through Us second read- hit morning for Washington In re |tend with" owing to

t month he to 1 be in, his office daily liftCity sponc to a telegram from Comptroller | be covered and the general rondlitoc: COPYRIGHTEDI

except: on Sundays s id holidays from Auditor HnJdkston reported of the currency Kldgcley, to and class of the boats In use. done
e to 12 a. m. and from 1 to 1: p. j: a o.$5,02.11 on hand report there nt once away. 1I'lth.Erldpnce. I i

m Ansu; 31st. The exact, nature and cause of the' of tbe fact that Mr.Flag u
Treasurer-$00 per year. I City Clerk and Collector Kellum summon I* not known. but It 1* ]ler has no intention of abandoningthe I
t Aidltor! -$ reported the sum of Sf 11.U collected presumed to 'hat he Is to appear t to I
mesa plan carry the railroad to. echo
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Dement$780 Mr. c. B Pennock,
.atpur..r
Chief Fire during the month of AtUCUII \. before the comptroller on Monday ]Key Seat la furnished In the arrival GENERAL
j the ill-fated St.
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pe' year I I City Marshal Hard reported ISO text at which time a conference steamer I
( In the yard here of the drawbridge Lode which went. down on the night DIRECTORY jl'j i |
a -' Sanitary Inspector' SlOO per arrests made $466.20 collected In Is to be held between<< the com- \ .w high Is to connect the Bahia of the Uth of last October off Met.

.4 .tt J"r. fines and forfeiture and 54 streetlights troller and Messrs J. A. McDonald ]Honda viaduct. This bridge has Mcumblo Key during the hurricane :

Cemetery Supi- $JOO per year I out daring the month of August and K. B. Douglas, the committee ]been arriving in sections for the pail which, swept. the lower east coast ''
City Engineer $100 per year. representing the depositors of the .. I ..
|two ('('lIs.the last part arriving Sat has
rEtnrn.'J to Miami from tour
City AttorneUOO per year I I' Sanitary tripe.1tor Neilson report Port Dallas; National Bank whc ,urdav' and making a total of fourteen of the state Introducing and puttingon a I STATE OFFICERS COl-nr ODCBTf \ f

Among tae other more Important the cltv In a fairly good sanitary went there for the purpose of securing i cars to be brought here. The sale his scries of Key West I ,
extension -
matters coming up receiving consideration condition AH of the reports were a release of the government i bridge is being unloaded at the I post cards, which are only : \Governor . Napoleon B. Browsrd Allen E. Heyser ... '10.. '..;. :

;, and action was a reeolottoa i! accepted an J ordered filed. receivership and a transfer of Um i i terminal yard where It will be held copy righted and protected. | Secretary of State.H Clay Crawford ; Miami t I ::1.
bv Mr. l.emmu providing for \ few other matters were eonaldi account of the suspended Institu I I I i R. R. .&
until such Proeenttnc
time aa It !I. to be erected The series consist of thlrty-twa Attorney General . W. H. Elll T.'Io1'M' \
the transfer of $2.';)00 from the i ered, among them auditing of current lion to the Blsra>ue Bank t Trust ?
(
I. which be !
may two )ears or more 1 cards, each representing on the reo Treasurer .. ... W. V. Knett ,
a lightning the city fund to general I monthly bill, after which the Co. for liquidation from now, as It I I. reported the company verge aide a view along the route i:i Comptroller' .. .. A. C. Groom Term, first Monday In J...." f;
toad said amount to be used for 1 meeting adjourned. Private advice from the committee I I I April sad 'r
f Jsly October.
have received
I notice that they '
of the extension them being I Com. of Agriculture B. E.: MeU.Snperlntend..nt *
sack a* the fund was created" Tboe"present were J. B. Relfly. I Ito among j ..
pnrpose are gratifying and Indicate that ,
deliver J'
not I '
can the steel and Iron
St. Lade 1 of Public Instruetlen -
IK the steamer before and
I also moved by and Members {VIII I I
for. ; was [ acting president the ,
gentlemen expect to be aucceMfnl -
I be used In the viaduct until that .. ..
Mr.Lummusthat the sum of n.IOI.- ion. Cropland, Challle Lummu In their enJeavor. f, after her destruction several viewsof ,, . W. H. HoHoway coujrrr OFFICXB&
AI be transferee from tbe general I Tnrker and Padgett.I time.This 'I Ute construction of the concrete i I Adjutant General J.C.R.Foster -
I fact aloe Is considered viaduct at Long Key dredge and State Examiner . Ernest Ana .1
Japanese Village In Hade County one of the prime reason why work excavators at .work scene In the State Chemist . .. R. E.: ROM Probate Judge ... Area I Jfeyssr
on the south end of the extension 1 Tallahassee Fls. Tax Assessor . Gee. 0. Butler
camps track building ana ach other Office. ,
Firemans Carnival and Vaudeville ""'ia 1* perhaps the most unique! was impended a* It would be useless view of this unique and Tax Collector ... Thoa. J. Rardee.G

town in America There are now' to !go ahead with the building gantic engineering feat as are et-I' Treasurer . ... Gee O. CurateCounty
t about forty of the Oriental gather until men time as It can be earned teresting. STAn COMMISSIONSBoard i Clerk ... Z. T. MerrlttSheriff.

ed there most of them being fruit' . .. y
through without delay I Mr. Pennock I* now putting b'I'| I John FroMcK.Sttpt. : r ,
grower and truck farmer They' The Key West Citizen commenting of Paktte Instruction ..
card on sale In Miami They ark of Trustee Internal Improvement I Ran"Flah
raise pineapple and light gaid n' I t"
on the suspension refers to the Interesting souvenirs and will retail Fund: The Govern .0.R
Show Proved I Decided Success Rain Utf. Their house are built like' uselessness of continuing the work I at two for five cent He has had K Comptroller Treasurer, and Game Ward** .. "'JfJS.zt'
a Interrupted
Open those of their native country, with
on the south end until tbe viaduct one hundred thousand of the card i iI Attorney General and Cemmls-
fence about them, the ofwhich t I
gates at Bahla Honda can be built. H
printed and they are already takingIn of .
Air Pertonnsnce Which Was Finished at The Fair are fifteen feet high. Thev aye: I popular favor.SEARCHING : lener of Education Agriculture.Bard : The Oerer- COCTTY OOMMIS8IOXXB4 t

. cultivate eighty or more acre\and I "The paper of the state are t.lll' .
Secretary of State. Attorney ..
l Banding--Hundreds Were Present are as prosperous a* can be. The, making!: some long guesses at the nor General.Treasnrer and Sup Gee. B. Baker, chairmanWest .. ... '>.

people of the surrounding country cause of the suspension of the railroad . . ... Palm Bfc r,
erintendent of Public Instruction.

think well of the Japanese for the work at this end. We feel : R. L. Wall .. .
FOR BRUTE .. ....... OM
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latter are a sociable, well- mannerej confident that none of the reason i Board of Pardons: The Governor C. W. McPhenoa .... ... Stuart
set. and would not for con-
any given are alone responsible though: A. Lee MlaaU

*Frou Friday's Dally) when every seat In the avenue ...uQCt'Dpled Mention pass you on the .road I each no doubt has ome bearing on BROTHERS WERE SHOT ney Secretary General and of State COmlll Attor-aio.er .- A. T Carter. . Coeoaaut Grove
without their .mulattos.
e I I waving arms in It. The
air'' and many were standingon stringency; of the money Attorney R. H. Seymour .. Miami "tBktRD
The Ft e Department open I The colony was establisheda I market and the consequent hlg of Agriculture. OFrVBUC )
either side.
. concert at d vaudeville show, ending little less than two year ago LXgTRCCTlOjr f
rate of Interest Is probably one great W. W. .
The which Fans
chalmtaa
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program was a long .MlaaU
i' np with grand ball In the Fair I one was very Interesting from beginning Moat" the Jape talk their own language factor. The fact that the plans for UNITED STATES SENATORS Herbert A. Peanoek <. Kept*** t
though a T*. of them educated
are
i? building lat night was financially to end and wa only marred the Icng bridge *t Bahla Honda: J.R.Anthony. 8r. West Palm Besett

aa4 socially a success which seems 'I by the rain which commenced to In Zngll: h. Mon of then have been chanced and order mutt I The outrage of a wblte woman by James P. Tallaferro Jacksonville R. E. Hall clerk .. .._... JIJ&Id
too. are bringing over their famines I
fall about 8.19 the audience : e place for thousands/ tons of t a negro brute near Eau Oalllo. : .
: .
scattering R. Peoaaeola
Stephen Mallory
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to be the to all effort of I 'Tomato, I
rronj m | to shelter until It had subsided a* the settlement *1 steel Is worth of contldofatlon, for I about a week ago has resulted In

that department of the city's at I I The balance of the program was called i* about 21 mile south of It I fe well known that the steel mill one accidental death and now come* I I CITY OFFICERS
".
fairs. I executed In the Fair building, ...here.nt'r..uds. Palm Beach. -St. Lode Tribune. are now many month behind In the new of an accidental Injury to'' UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN

, Mr. Charles G. Pratt b.slnH"maeapr i the ball was held. NOTICE OF their order Then too. at the rat* two parties. while.participating In a Mayor .... .... John ....,.

and director of the I I Of the numbers on the program, ADMINISTRATORFor the work was going on at this endIt t I search for the fiend The Tlm_ First Ustrirt .. . Frank Clark Clerk . ... lied a. Ketasa
stage
Miss Mamie 8yke. Miss Mania would have been finished long before 1'nlon of yesterday *ay.: I Jasper Treasurer . .. Sea B. Hlato

) affair deserve commendation forthe Miss Perry M....,... Von Moser and Court of Final Dischargein the connecting links could l>e "James King a citizen of !:Aft Second District .. 8. M. Sparknun Assessor . .... Jaa. r. Javdo aI
County State ol made.
Judge
: artistic %r4 up of the stage and I Yarborough Mr Laaeeter. Miss Ruthteller. Florida Gall).. who was a member of the Tampa Attorney . ReJaaovd B 0..... '

management of the rvenltg1 entertainment I', Mr. Keeler, Mis Anna DTeller In re Estate of C. B. Crockett Jr.. |ltoese searching for the negro brute, Third District B. Lamar Marshal . . frank B. Harars ,*
and Chief Hardle aa wellS the Zouave and the Confederate Dade who "assaulted Mr iVatl-ra. lie laSt Monticello PbyMclia. Wm. a. Gnmn... MJX
as Leader Henn 'Chase. of the'' Veteran were the leading CountyNotice Lake's hospital suffering from a'' t'
I Sanitary Inspector a. B. NeUaosj 'T
L band, !should feel highly pleased at feature I. hereby given to all whomIt Politics and
and were all much enjoyed bullet wound In his leg and one In Municipal Judge J... T. Seders
I the result of their Mtorts. I I especially the four veterans led In may .:concern that on the 2Sih his arm. accidentally Indicted by STATE SENATOR I Engineer ... John & Frederick

At the time appointed 7:10:: drill by Capt. P. B. Jaudon Sr. Jay of September A. D. 1(07. 1 I parties la the mob ibbotltg. Supt. of Streets John t> w
o'dock. the onrtatn was raised for one of Miami' most patriotic citizen shall apply to the Honorable A. E. 13th District Brevard. Dade .*J Oedvaja
With James Is hi brother. Chief Fire . .
King Dept Daa
' t the first number of the program *. Heycer.Judge of aid Court as Judge St. Luele. Fred. M Hudson Miami i Hard
of Probate for my final dischargea Politiciansi Frank who visits the hospital each F. H. Wharton .President. Couefl n
-
I I day watching over his brother and Aldermen J. E. Luaissu. W.

HAS LAW REQUIRING SIGNED to but one Interpretation The C.* Administratrix B. Crockett Jr.of deceased.the estate; andthat ot It I Is rumored that former Governor I i granting every wish. that Is pottible '' MEMRFR; HOf>E OF H. Chaitl. J. Q. Croalaad. z. e
mean Just exactly what It .'
; la"l | RRPRESENTATIVESJohn : C Tucker. I. B. Padgett. Job
at the I I .K
; and we will seek the court to same trine will presentto Richard Yates of Illinois may'
". B. R-I1U T. B.:
saidcourt \ report from the b".1 leer Cheathsnt.
Join the county commissioners rav final account atadministratrix 1 become a candidate for the seat of M i> night to the effect that Mr ; Board of Public Works T. N.
i ; licenses to all dealer who of said estate and was W. Watson . Miami
have Issuing ." I ask for their approval. 1 nlted State Senator A. J. Hop. King Is dolrg nlcelv though he Is Caul r. ehalrmaa. C D Left.lr. I
not conformed to the law |
Dated March 28th. A. D. 1>07. king whose tetra will explr In 1901 suffering much pain from hts! W. W. Proat. O. D. 1.ter
The commission delegated to revise FISH COMMISSIONERS 8"1/
BEENREPEALED wound clerk.
I
? i I Agnes McO. Crockett. 1909. I |i I
the statues of the State were Administratrix. Frank Klrg. .. also] shot bu

B. 8. Llddon. of Marianna; T. F. By Hudson A: Bona.AttorneJL has Governor WarBeld, of Maryland, I Icandld.te ten slightly! wounded The brotherswere J. Y. rXwyler . New Smyrna
announced that he will CITY BOARD
be OF TRAD
West, of Miltoa, and J. C. B. a doing picket duty. cud In the'! J C. Ruge . .. Apalachteola
Koonce-, of Sumtervllle. Last year In the democratic prlmar-I dark were mistaken for an enemy

these lawyer completed their work NOTICE ', lee 1 for United State na r. and were fired upon. R.tILROD COMMISSIONERS W. W. Prout . .. _.. rreatdesil

Ha the lw requiring application and in the new general statute, opponent probably will he Congressman "Oaynor Taylor, the negro arrested I J. C. Keller . Tlee-PreeMesA

t \ for saloon licensee to nave a which were completed by them appears In County Court Smith Brown Fred and Talbot Jackson, ex-Governor and Josh I Wednesday on suspicion of being R. Hudson Burr. chairman I J. I. Wilson 2d Vlc.PreaUeat

majority of the voters In the respective the following' under 'Permit Dade County. Fla. us Mile the negro wanted for committing the . . . . Little River G. Duncan Broader ... Beeretarr
!
to sell liquor: R. A. S. Peacock and Isabella assault. Is fUll held at police headquarters i J. L. Morgan . . Jasper Isldnr Cohen . .... Trveewrer
precinct request the same i "Application to the Board of Peacock, Partner trading Under the new primary law tn awaiting the arrival Df' R. C. Dunn clerk . Madison Board of Governors S. Bobs ;

to be granted been revealed! County CommlIonen-Any person under the name and style Missouri no one tray sign the pet- someone to either Identify him or Offices: Tallahassee, Fla. Dean John W. Wataoo. laldor g

i This is a qn..<*tlon that has beenronsiderablv firm or corporation wishing to sell of Charles Peacock *: Son lion of more than one candidate forIoy..rror. to say that he i* not the negro I Cohen T. V. Moore. rCOUNTY

p dlcused since the liquors, wines and beer In any election vs wanted FEDERAL OFFICERSt'.SCommlaaioner. ;
district wherein a majority of Ludlum i I To offset the Influence of the recent I Tnrlor was arrested shortly after I v
Henry
1 :
Board of County Commissioners held I DEMOCR. TIO
the registered voters have, since October To Henry Ludlum: You are hereby TAft visit the State Democratic 1' reaching the cite, and the police "believe ( Fred. H.Randlr.Miami. COMMITTEE:
heir meeting yesterday afternoon 1. lft 7. petitioned for a per- rotlfled that writ of attachmenthas committee of Oklahoma has arrange! h* Is the man wanted for com- .
a
It la'a question on which several nut to sell :liquors, wine and been issued *d for Wm. J. Bryan to cake part mining the usau II." .. I' 1
against and T. WF.CTOR : Wm. A. Filer
you t'blrma. Lassos City
1 iawyr-s disagree, says {lbe Jacksonville shall make application to the your property, attached to satisfy In the State Cimp..cn. According i'\ W. Vaughn 1)IIGR.T104'I'I' George: P. Bull s oc'y-ireaa. ,Ou
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to I
announcement the =Nebraska teal-
Metropolispreacl of County Commissioners of the (-1 tbe demand of the above namedplaintiff The Pawlag of the Sweets r. H. Ct'STOM Henry tynmaan Stuart

d If l he law Is valid and has nr ty at a regular meeting asking amounting to Three bund er will\ speak this week at Lawtonand I I H. T Ferris . . . Miami I F. M Powell . .. JupKer
been -epealed then every saloon, of I] board to grant to the applicant red and sixty-nine dollars and nine- Oklahoma City. !i There wa a time In Flortoa ..next J. F. Woodworth . InspectorC. Gees W. Potter Went Palo BeauR. S
roar* I* operating Illegally. i j I right to sell liquor, wine and beer I yt eight! cents Major H. D. Knight register of ye editor could live on hog atd.w..t 1 H
Ronseeau . .
the Government Lard office Lawton Boyute
Rev J. A. the In such election district and praying at potatoes and tubscrivion,
The Irwin Now unless shall
before
YOu appear W W. Snell . . .
t "er-lawyer who la leading the i' for a permit to make such sale" the County Court rt who has; been nominated by were often paid In this way But I S. L*:' D OFFICE ponpaao
Miami Fla John S. Sundy . .. '
the Reuoilcan for Congress In the bacon has taken flight toward thinoon I DelrajtDeerteM *
prohl Itlon fight along this line, and on the 4th day ol A. D.' a
November Fifth dU'rict of Oklahoma . J. F. Sixon . t
who i this sensation yesterday fTJUXlXO IP THKEXTEXSIOX 1907 la a and what could once be put Henry S Chubb Receiver "
prang 'Judgment will be rendered '
I
native of Ohio and a civil war ve'fran 10twenty. Galnefvllle E T King . Fort UaderdsJ y
chased cents ha
> for tea gone
la.p aklng to a Metropolis SHIPYARDA
reporter and
yesterday afternoon, said: to against the you debt your property sold He went to Oklahoma n 1SSS A* for sweet potato -- I W. G. Robinson . Register J W MulllklnC ? . uSa
pay and has since been D. LefHer . . MlasrfCoeoaaut
ever prominentin
For law mollou cant b' hem Wher'are Calneivllle
I fore ,
many years practiced I of laborer are engagedIn Dated this 2!th day of August A. ly
W. J Shone .. Grows
Hies. :
territory PO the choice tethers that form..rtw''
end I have searched carefully sad cleaning up the extension ship- D., 1907 ;
Several cadldate C. w. uni . Fain
;in' Silver
find are already was the anchor to which w* clunt "
cannot where the law lard north
has ever of the way, by bringing Charles Peacock 4: Son tol'PRDlE COt"RTK.
'I the field to succeed Governor Glennot E. H. Kirkman Cutlet
been repealed all serviceable material etc.. to the I By R. A. S. Peacock |in time of ,Jdvereltv Ask the '
The session of the Legislatureof tooth aide and either stacking or I Plaintiff I North Carolina worse term w 11 breeze that plays checker through a
I
expire within another y"sr. Up to F. Taylor . Chief Justice
trailed CRT
the where
MIS appointed a commission to i Uniting It away for future u**. Very ri empty row once EIECTTITE: coMMrmni ,
I > late the leading aspirant ap.an '10 the tires of and story Amioelate Justice: F. B. Car-
revise State little
the statutes and lastyear I operation of any kind Is now i Xotlc of Final Dlrbargen green song I
'
!>. William \\ Kitchln r..p..n-a. t"r. W.* II \ k the the vegeUbi
this commission Its Ir 'h n min
completed | going on shipyard and therewill !
*
the County Judge's Court Dade : .. ;: i H. F. Atkinson Chair**..
work It was their duty to leave be a gradual) reduction from Uv In Congress from the Fifth D.; man or bogie man Ask Mr | rell T M Shackleford J. B.
County. Florida. A. E:.
I frrt Heyser 3-e'y-Treas.
out all repealed laws, bat the general [I now on, occasioned mostly by a large!: Kepreeatatlve Kitchln hasi1 Fr" >,,'''r who probably knows" an-1 I \Mnfl -ld.
In re Estate of William Joha C Frdk ft.
Wagner Gramllng.
I served! consecutive I
six Congress
t' statute prepared by them contain I number of steamers and other crafts L : terms ia protably: dee not We have Delup
j this section, which I* 1221 of being put out of commission.Imprnr ree< ; notice Is hereby that'on i iPublic !I' and If known as an opponent the osium dog and the uwnrn SEVENTH JtniCllL aRCTITr )Morse Harry C. Budge

article ii.'Anotber. I given of the rallroaJs and big corpora1tlons I nnge now at will and the ra*" ,, .
I. December 5th. 1907 the under- ; ". Minor S. Jones . . :
section:! provide for the IIC Premise i back Is not "mie' for there are Judge! : C. '* J"'nllERJIa"7 '
signed win file his final report with In the entire '' I II e
hltory of the country '- lltnsville
publication of the name of all no .weet pertster to flank the
signers Maav\ residents are now improvttxtb the Honorable 4
Q of these petition In a local newspaper pemlses by laying; new sl'le- ty ledge: of Dade A. E.County Hevser. eoan- |t is a surprising fact that orgytwo 'I. roriom or the hog I John C. Jones . State Attorney C Bodze' . .. Xlasslf
ai' '
Florida,1 or thre" "T-vrators baTe b,
In fart the Vo n-ore do the potatoes sweet, I Orlando
following e- wnllt and building street curbing --
trop tell how these name shall be The trout of tbe sidewalks are cement [and administrator ask forMs of said flral estate.discharge u 'lected Pt"" pnt. although some tthe I Or the raior hack rarer hack. Z. T Merrttt . . Clerk !H. LlrT :5.%TING BCRT1CC i '-,

published It.. a very plats proposition [ and add much to the general Frederick moat dlstlnnlshed m mb-r* of | Xn more do we crave the possum Buena Vista

of law and .. susceptible a pears nee of the premises. 3 .Morse.Executor. the n*>p<>r bonsai have been disappointed L mte and he waist band t* mightytlack. \ Term. first Monday in. March and I ,, H B ?haw .flupertntkdeC' *

aspirants for the once .- Orlando Reporter-Star. October. J aekJoa TIne. j 4

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t. STAND THEIR TRIAL PROHIBITION I I ELECTI0iAN. .) LGLY WOUNDS :

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Will Clwme L. / H.H i y Board of I I' S .".... '. ,'Ih: loOp: ''c t. :tiv :.0.. .:, --: fit\
mil as .
: >locer : >,. .. ,
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Commissioners ..f oil' d.l.1 a'd ; r h.d >
robot. Tiidl lomurtbwiFr
Laid Down General Statute.. .
in I .+m.-., I is 1.e al'I"| ,,i> ,' I :". t. I e'C.
i \lrs Ul bard .\. i-tilt.1 ...udt 1"3' I!
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; I Tht afternoon a. dent in pla) I i '
Inc pogrresiie euchre' a* l U the \\iJnnKlavB Daly) -
- Hereafter prisoners confined In MANY GOOD O MEN CHOSEN > I
aid
three
UKtoni at receptions ,
ot misJ Harry Evans bartender al the i : --
charges
the c.M.Bty Jail on i from (he Inie the bell was rung ; I : -
- demeanors are U be gl'en the ben.- Budwelser sa oon on 12th sireel Ca. ,
fir the atart until the last gong S
"1# !
.i St of a law that many did not knov Interrkt In the outcome of the ganieaa very pilnfully and seriously InjnrPll\\ _____
if hcnt, 11 o'clock thin _
,, existed and which haa had little I mRnlf..tNl by everyone playlig.DaInty .
. say application la any part of tne Icing struck In the face with a 4y
carhwere C
band
painted core '
Event in
To Conduct Important weighing nearly two pounds by on* S
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tota. UM : the Heed ald to be an nten..l.m f ,
; The law is embodied In geu Joseph : t 'I
bMtf'll_. and I'ttle golden stars 'o ,
Several Precinct of the County.- :: ,
'.ral ata'utes of the state IleCl1uu' Indira, the' number of games woutie 1"IH.rl'r. I -S ,
whlen provide I The trouble .Mirted: It Is said br
No. U45 and 24I ..
Who and Where Electors ea h lair Refrenhmeats" stir
They are I
la aaL.Lnct that any prisoner cot erved to the guetsta throughout th* I Ut-ed soliciting a free dm k. Evans -
for misde refuse I to give It to him ana or In a coaaty Jal a : iS.ffG .
of ot'lkio'llI
I = Will go to Cast Their Votes afternoon composed .
: and nnable te give ball shall I Neapolitan ice cream from the Roya h'm 'int of the place throwing: apl'JS _

..- 1 .pen application to the sheriff) or II Pharmacy and macaroons and other I I of s try on Heed A snon ,1,1I I 1

Jailor be per-nlied to go to ihOsnty datniy < ): .C chain gang ana work In road I lunch saloon, ard thout 'arnln" hurUd I

proremtts Rt'f credited withtraces I (Prom \\edneada Dally) The' prite winners were Mrs W. a brick Into Evan s face the mUH 1
at the thirty cents pe- striking him on the nose and mon It
the C Maynard. who captured Br>>t
The following are Inspect-
2 *.y antt such time as the next seaartoa prize a handtome haul painted badly lacerating he fl '* and causIng '
,
Y, of the court at which said pnsMM -II ton clerks the and polliac commUaloner places designated -, "'cave Mrs W. M. White winning /: a co!
S is to be tried. shall be held by county ; econd rrtze a beautiful water color Reed hen men out of he place
theIr _loll afternoonfor
S It convicted tts aaiosnt of at yesterday plftur the work of Mn. Richard and as pursued by sheriff FrohocX
earn-I election to t*
the prohibition
.v Ings at the rate of thirty I Shine and Mrs WIt Combs who hippr-el: to be near at hail
M hfrld throughout tne eoubty on Octolier -j and number of citizens be being
tar for each Jays service shall was awarded third prise a dainty a <<
S credited and d-docted from the Ida: overhauled and taken In custody
little hand painted china pin tray
t S amoaat of nne and coats so imposed. Precinct No.1. Stuart*. HKrager. Those present were Mrs WilliamS near the corner of llth street and
,
5.' l..t If acquitted the amonnt shall i W. A. Ball and Thomas. Oramllng. Mrs )of. Dan forth.Mrs.Harrr %-noe C. When captured Rwdbnd
14 Mid over In cash bv the county 'i a* lor. liiipectors. Curd Bclircxed, !d. McCown Mra Oscar T on. rock: In his hand and anoih

;, S This matter ran* vefora the boaid 1 cli'rk Polling pl.c
+. '( county commirtoners yesterday Precinct No.2. Jup-J.: T. I: John BRellly. Mrs John W Wat than the' on" with which Evans wan --

..; afternoon In the shape of insolation I I :"igler. H S. Peunitk. U. C. Muter ran Mrs VS M White Mrs. OcarD : struck He will\ be given a prel millar -

:* prepared by acting attorney H F: Inspectors.; F. C Alcher. clerk Tucker Vrs Joseph: G. Saxclbv i examination tomorrow probtbh '

I Atkinson cal adopted as prepared Polling plate. Pub aon,,,>. I'j Mrs Richard W. Rhodes Mrs i il on a rhirge of assault with lu Japan-111 bet three yea that I can ga.ts. what the aayvat Sam Is figuring oat : -
: .It was ss follows"Resolved I 'r-i let No. '. V'.' r'':la IJ a,'hJ >K. >la Tatnm Mrs Harriet Riviere tent to kill. _

;S that sty: person confli I II. Dick J. J. Hinter and R. C. I Mrs W J. Brown Mn \ViengeX'M --
1 4 la he county Jail for fall r<- U' : Cr
fsrJvsj bill charged with aa rr4tdn.eaV Polling plac. old fire jti.I. I Comb Mr*. John I), Gn.UJln.Ir: ,. OK KNK.IIT TIIlItlN: .. Sli-h! This is all About Lingerieand

/}... who desires! to have the ben'' B: J'l'f''lntt-o:: 4. Boyntoo-J L'1 W. C. Majnard ana Mrs Henrj I | -
... aeetons un and S>4$. of.h* Garrett' \V. H. Cox and I. U. f Eerr. From V.'"I" 'I"1'y. nil, I I ExpressionsOn

T, jrtiera] !;till 11 I". 'ball make spKll' 1-'rink. tnspt'Cton; Cullen Pence The ho-tefwes pointed for 'h.' A conn" atidiry of K' Isht/: r"D I.-' is to be Real by Ladies Only

-r .cation to the sheriff or county J .H. I I clerk Polling place, Backing house r."lhn ten set W8 h n< .' a rMr. .' lame Is te nforgauU: .d bv .. his "I( |'

S c for Irevi to be empfoyed on the TiedncH No: 5. Delray-T. t.. W J. Brown an 1 Mrs V*,i noon and : le tv' nt n add *'Ofnemorible : Prohibition
.f, peWs roads of said: county; and .i Franc H. J. Sterling: and John )Keith: : in masonr> ,K c>'mma .
.. ,tharccpon the sheriff aha I del'ver: I I Zlll Inapecton; J. S. Sundy clerk. lary Is a higher lr, :
;: the applicant! to the convict. guard Polling "M'e. public hall. COlKTM-i GLENN I of ma* .nrj There are lloout'l '
*. la 'charge nf the! nearest convict I i Precinct No 6. Pompano-O V,'. I tweni .Ip.rt.I, n.ct,btrs 10 the sat'i (atherine Mann-Payzant Discusses Underwear For the rtUt TR\ TIIK1R M VND

.I- caap to be employed on the public Rouse. M. W. Smoak and J. U. ', 8-'veral d.l'blirtishtd masons "r..1 : AT MMTHING F.J ".:
'1 :Marrlae of I >pnl>r Couple' at theiMiTh
work la like manner of county eon- H "loe. Inrppcton; J. R. MU-H I I".nl. anll'nJ .them Mr hlial l: n. Refined Woman-Materials That !
3rtheillat < Lat' vcnlng: are PjpuarN ;
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-A Ttets: provldej the snpertntendMit Uerk Polling place Rouses iitor.. I I Wright of DelanJ A banquet wil1fo Edtor Metropolis' see by your

' :: +t roads shall deliver such altr1i'lI&at ; Precinct No. Seven Ton LallderI (From Frldiy- Pali ) I !low\ the "r?a'"z.tl"n of the con. ,ip'r 'lot the aclot' keepers are

(, to he sheriff. pon demanl' dale-R. A Bryan. F W Stranatan ;n-ndan ind It will be !ell In'.o colng to shut up mop oo the Ant
.. tin first d-,. of lbs term of court I and D M. Bloodkwonh' 'I Inspectors; A pretty love affair dating back nlgH I b"f"r le orfianl7ation and I of O< tooer. Thai a good th.ng for '

;:* .ta which said applicant Is held aid Blotham Cro-nartle clerk PolII15pl thlldhood was culmln"t,'d at 'icFirst features a.lib.!tact have ",-.,,.D con I they had het er try to pet isod to
tlie' It rsrther' j I '?">'. strnrahan tort M. E. Churtb at >> o'ch.'Kant .litdpd 1 I York ie'pt 12-- To every i wider variety. A second corset 1'O."r loirtg" sorn"hint .-M| > twtv en that

'r5 Tlnroved that copies of this nolst Precinct' No Ojns -E. D Tckr : e\enlng 'II hplfr Siortino.irttev .,- ------ I II suntan of refined taatelrl'lty: "in i( was mail of handt'e-chleU. fasteued lire .>nd tie nf\ 'een'h for a <, ITO (%
i 5- k8. : ,il t. .' i .... .. II fs not to. ej-er w.th beading and bltinhols '
; I I ( and Miss F! \.n" r. ar ts a n e i iiy .
ori.n e
? !F.T1NOmif.im )lEl't1'ti: : O''' nlnlt: tn put hem cut of buglnea
';: St|( and Ut.. o nhe general statI i''tw-rt'rn| :. .4 P fluson clerkPol'in titers |'ltghi> d their tru II la u.., :its OKiVr COniFElhIRSCY: : r.ni\ h'r gosta and rpr itU !hats were mi i iu the top auJ I If It I I. left' t/ 'hll llHtrl"

.'". t-a printed In large type anj i 1lal't", Ive'l store.l'ririnrt pr"Ii"IICf' of a I l..rg' limiter, ofiTl. tI it 'Jatt..n'l"o.. bu! a* moOt bottom far the ribbon ties They bad "b."t"r not come .o 55! .
in Ix CIt-\. .'nds. He I, S It:." I I rl'n, In e .u td thought a 11I bo given ;0' \ 'Ih.boJ: that ass ,partkularlnt .-
prwted tn three concpieions pl&ccs No mon ',m \\ ",If;,,' JIfhlly ) ber ",her 'rrmto Irfli "t' r ffeon ,
( il... I.' to he 01 ": n:sFl rMriivi:. ;unit: p-rraiM of many d-
Ian V GnfTn. A. B. ruler and J.sr. tng he beautiful and sacred ccre- ii't .i" i ;gartn '
tOW cnniy d afeMr
f they >. "icy wl! I w '
nice. ,>i.'i." ( etc or *"tlrn ('r.st'r ,. .1.I .. s lot jn e. n 11.1 ,h.. C ill V""I'! i ,'ni'.. ..as a I',irt of Pry '
Mr. S'hmd'
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?J AtkHwon:' hald that many i"'r onsvmflaed d'r" I.. lung pace. Filers! packIng The cbnr 1 I' DC ... hid a t' < ;.1' itili.: _.. ii.. .n I th" note Ii! and mu. tro i't'Ifl, The 151i"iI.g I.'I" "r. he tr
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.t. ire be* fire tnei j a..I daa rInet No 11 C<(''>ar'ut Gro* !lorOlh'r '1 the IIIO'U. vt ned I r. < 1"" *" : ai' e "JA. |tin >
-o; evpeuato thel feountr. wh 'n t'i \ Ui!(".'. Fl..tl't"r1bnr)' and! J. S ." : the' Iorl.l.Id I'r >on 'o IIi' I t. I N' '' r. c ,,' vltJl'ro"ll I and Ul" S .1.11 \i' t .tu' 'nc. C.ilna vl''t. I. f". ''a t .1'1 r h, ti\! I I" '. of I ir :. n' oa JI: tor :..M"M',nr r ..,..ly

..\, _tdot h. ..ft' na,4nn.. .....". IIIonf"t \\'S. Ciioiri Inc..orR; ..1.V. Crclerk -, dl.m.I.1 i tail: ...hirt the t' e",0. v ot..i i.f.iriio'EFr. .it',; 'III( .I..b I. an i few tli it t thIiy' noT The neck II cut MI'tan. at l,,' 11./1. ..r)''tllf131 t h<,*t,"" la '
and' tlie "' ;ntv-'4rr1trg' ;: -a- ben itt <,' Potting! place. Shone tPrec'nct wia perfirm 'fie, w' .idin I'' itt., "1 -' .--- ,' .i i'ty: "i.... 1 la lrLul i IUK. vat-; "din .mil roi if luce<<: .'ruirnI l .. h. h Mr ..ra e< pr v-
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frwa tV'lr Isror Ttie. c..mmls-lone: ..lor" and mu ie were plaved b) :Sliw- I enc I" S .''''S -d.IIII I 'tn I (III'rl'C'rll, &
r,. Intend to enforce ''The law No. 12. Cu !ler-J. D. ola: Biker of \\est bat," I I."'." h. 10 HII': tilt V. i C.\ U' ,,'UI d., lets "olln..ln;. i hce twaii I : ribl(\ /m how111410"\ It in tb i .'Si..t., ,1 >...t "Xf't'II"Dt ui ra

'L Severs I ros'ters ota"r :han the 70\. I'r. D C. Brown and Q. VSi \'. I Mr. Courtney is the e1K:,'lent fOI."-. I Ins haul emtrolJ.ry :.il r ,.btns 'Lo.t .t".I1'- minner. ("In'1 t r i. i rt -
if ,above and the appointing of InpreeUrs lllvan. Inspector"; A. T. Davalclork nan of the Metro jolif r ross TJO!u I I Front \Vi'dt.'ei: I 'st 5 D'' ;fit' I ire 1 I..t Ii.ed: Fir "il* MM nay A flnA mo lei for a con*'t corer". a# I The saltK,ns. In MlamL *o tllr a* .

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oa Vtobsr t $'.. widi.! .- Mood .s store ;>',n.>it of the paner for non row .'.route here fo; m Rev bonier. or 11'tl.. fi1t'1 of blon are" fitted bi sho' ld.r and under'a''u upon *nd <;1"r<'jardd law an4I..'.-

S posed of by the fowiMtoors.A Preclnit No. 11 Silver Palm pan! ten rears coming h< re \\"I'.t. *'th rarjo. has been engaged d lntKor cornet to:.'n and Jet- ', f"'rlma. the fulrten at 'be upperde c.-ncy for onlu I he 01 her .1abU..

S moMoa to rlnct S pm Roundtre C. W. Hill! Theodore Brewer' AndC. \\'ret Palm Beach where b* a"rhls Ih"1! bv the Western UnIon Telegraph C.. tlrxats bead ng Is a* lima i-fl asevr and at the waist lIne being; refnlaU In tour tin. Iful ctty to -peal! II I

:awpertotendnt 4 f k<'Adetor a period O. Boas :nspertors.; O. W. Ko- apprenticeship! lie 11a (or earning: materIal an' m.'n lor aid one reason is apparent that ly atbers Trrarmerfl was ellt few hours I happened to I b fI UiklBK

.f oaa year was feftitfU by a vote sel. clerk Polling place old scnot man of exemplary h.bITa and repairing a derangement to u.nsoflpanv's one th'nks sPat chjirixHig Beets raatx out tn roi'ad ootllne. at the neck rite to a friend In front of the post
-r ef threa to two. 'The poatettt oard bouse a wide circle of friends and acqnaintantes Cuban cabie a bent five made with riblon Tie .oisetcoverr Klrt part wan fl tej elosely anj rare wkea. of a sudden. I heardsurne

: of eosamlssloners MM say with the Precinct No. 14. DerBeld-R. P miles off the cable hut on the oi)-' may. be decent at 'I,,, top smoothly over the hips, the slla; itfulnns of the vilest. God lor:'l I* S) ''

; Oca of sanertntendont\ of road at nxon. W. F. Bistrunk and E. A Ills bride Is one of Miami moit pofclte side of the bay Owing lo. ard bottom wkb beil'ni and run ai the bacK being .atbe-e.| Lingusge: I have ever' heard la :l1eIII. 41,
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attractive end Manager!: McDonald of the local >f dl of la 'Inverted loon Jurt 1 1'OIIIl the sr w: trum
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the herlnalag: of, their. term since Thomas, Inspectors: Robert Geiger young with dainty white rolorxl r'bbona in or !!posd an -
\ whJch t'IIIe'DO ,rt'rwi has been clerk Polling place Greens packInrhonsv wom< n. Ehe U (he daughter of Mr. flee being usable to tire the n pairs aid further ornam utHl w1f tiny jleat The drawers are attached to the !post offlee The oaths were used i

'f tads wntll aow to re-eevate It. ; and !Mrs W. R. Glenn snd has re his attention' a crew will! be brought;: I il.tie' bows p.1'f'dt Inierviil The the lower part of the eont covwhe In a land tone and eo.M have tees)

It EtV convicts' ;wee assigned taConmtotoaer Precinct No.1', Danli-P. I!. aided here several years.winning the Irora Key West to Jo the work I sheerest kinds of handkerchief linen ( joining being concerted by a r>w .heard by ladles or anyone el.... w n- '
II the love and admiration t'f. boat "f The tne Hus'ler. of this port. will bits of beading A deep ruffle trim In Iwo hundred feet of tike 11&1_
.. rV. 1 to .Repair Roper N. C. Pike and A. f. Jone. should be sand for vh... Ualnty
'. saala rock: road between tort. Laa Inspectors; J. W. Mnlllkln clerk. Menda by her true womariy quaiIties set as tender ta the Mt. v"l"IIon'I' of underwear the lower part and Is edged with Right: then' I 'made ep my snla4

'iSerdale and Bu..tia Vlrta I Polling place packing house while the repairs are being Cambric. linen and nairw-ik. of lace which also finishes the <-kind hat problbiMon meat eome to Pa-to .

4 It was decided that sJl road roll Mr and Mrs. Courtney will reslJe the sheerest va'H-tv. -hon'd; l be used arm holes. This typo ,. one of county at an f'O'Ot sod I will aa. ,

tug done )hereafter ,r: the county MR. AND MRS. ROOMR: on 8th street' between Avenues Band Lost and Found for petth-oats for' ilrns wear and the beat garments for women wb my even effort( to bring It about I

..,' ..a ri.a.ta l-allt by private expenaehsD ARE EN ROITE IIOMK C The beat wlrhes of a host o* for trimming lace .>f fie Inest! pos must decrease' the appearance of do not fee how a Rlat. wtlh a .- '
friends for a long life of happlnest site arleree<< can Into a"'".> '. be done without expense th Lost between (30: p. m.. yearn'- alhle' quality A \ .. p luunce Is go
,r panes so b.ll<'tag: said roads. i i| Commodore and Mrs H. C.Room. Cult prosperity go out to them day and noon today, a bl'lous attack placed shout the ae..th of the knee Negligee are also part of the fo- whisker. when then Is no catch
!.t : It was ordered It-at'lhl eonvtc .. who have been absent several Quit a number of out of ben" and &t Ibe head e I lace botdlllC! ; .owau'l lingerie and any pretty at fltks 5,'
*nab the road nortt-' oat of the old months at their summer home residents were present among!; then with nanseaa ant sick headache' th'a Is run with ribbois. nil to Smith novelty Is gladly seized upon A OJ,.. Dry 1Il&"
I mother and brother th.' This loss was occasioned by finding .- .
t. arftlf Ht'ks: fsterwhich they are to In the north are now on their way the : of I the enfls of the ribbon are drawn !.reltygsmurttt\ la In one piece and -
f S the McKensle Miami and will arrive sroom. who came down from thi.!t at Blacayne Drug Store a box of rid of the. neck opening la made square 4
? t>. moved to eornorr I i to probably I Dr New lIfe the throncb. the beadlu< na each: COTY PRORmnlO"1ilT.TE
'. V .nd vnna from there ro Barbank I this week They were In Jacksan-; home at Daytona. The 11 eddinrnreoenta ; Kings blllousru"s Pills .mala-u guaranteed he front of the petticoat: and Vaoit I and Urge enough; (o permit of the (>ft.'II nl1 rI'>'
.St.sees..?; then to go to Coeanat (:roreILsJ vIle Satnrda}'. and of them the I were numerous and aplprUte cure for ed In ronetes garment blag slipped over the hen ,
and Jaundice. 2 >e at al. dmuggiatiDEEll'lFI.Ii'EM .
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< .,M) road sad sfUr flrlshlnii Times I'nlon says : I For the woman of mot U..II1' corpequently ro buttons or b' ttoc Editor Metrnpnlts-I afJl wi( k ten

5*;' .*%at h rar* to be earrie\ to Hone4Md ,I Arriving In Jacksonville this -- -- I pie size the comblnst' suit Is tb' boles 01 other methods of fasten for r .un', Irnblhlfl.; n Dow aad!

i?, Tfi* rolling mschie Is tafeJrow I mornlns on the Clvde! line' steamei lHnnrn"F SHOWER I S NOTES I Pert model. of under stat" prohibItion 'I. 110' Th ri. SC
the convicts te their work .Arapahoe from New lork will\ b* --- I tho 1. Commodor 11. C. Ronnie and wteIio From Thnr..d'y D"llvterdsy !Mason .lltcnl-d Biz: Veiling; M the bands outlining the edges' hi-sir .
_Th board then ,dJoa rnf'd.. < co'tomay te found In Ihe shop t ots'tn .. I''I-'V' ..".. It
,... --- -- I i i ,. arc well. and favorably km* !' Y afternoon between 3 U'lra- Pirwnjl Note \ of suu'h" K nnallt). and so trlmrnel uflrlent! decnatlon and a means ".Cforl.'I'I b... h. :.o.f 'fo..t ., r..n. bin'' t 'r

!I In Ja 'k""on\irie!!) and along the Ea .tt ., and fi; o'clock. V'I| s Louie \> Mrt "- th..t the by no means' lack ben,itir ': !' the tii-ment Th" one '" I h"a h.' :"" I ':n. Jr" "w .. \.d.
2 RmmO.UHn t I t'.Mir of Florida 'I nard entcmlned\ a number <.f Per P,", rneld f.*"". th, Mrs S, .\ .1 1 ,j'lIlnH" Of ,onrse. for 'h<";- questiona. made of a fi e '1'1.1" ith. 'n'r'. In !lOft'
----- '' ..Fir tire ('nnlml'.re Itoometnd friends nt h.r horn on 1 lilt sire> I. ihir," TS ..:., nt (-"':i 1 1111 ". "-' ki LT 1"n'3 r"u' inri't pay an eyt'l T nt fo, lard In rlmiipssne: do .'ii ':' '., 1. kt.i: ,.,

1f M1-a Aims Mc4itld Enterta II.-d D'i' : h'* wtfhave be<'n lnt-r va& (the ptin\'Inal feat i-" of he aft"r- .n :YI.-,-i '": MI'' s 1 hll !" 'J x !to, H., "ri I lit'i tl.f 11 "'-\ring; 1"a't!' es! wIll!!\ rh hrjwr s"o'd .aont a ha'f ni iS i h. iiyn r.' ",.'j'I

._ of .. Itirth.tay.r. c rtt > 110" 11 roo mi" t-r, r ev, r)' "inn .ben"' the htn.!kerrbu-f ,b )w..r ii',. p "" Hill if tht. i'.' Iii n of it-, v" ) f', r II",' n'onrv pom( Then .' b In di'ri'et', r. and 'he 1 I' mIt.I .it"t, aid ..

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bin. of a tr>'ptlng to tri'ik auli fire tie-- hA.o\1"\I'r ef \,tt- "t ,iv' S ,. :- ,. ,, '.. flf 1 'S
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at apee.g. to the d\ln"t'y aid ID i .n'M'. he raving: f.*. n 't'C"d a".1 1 rant ard '.!ls Enr ?lUt,,< 1..r.1 f '.1 1". of \r I j ." I I.. S 5 '1 'i.'Pi-eii, "':"'11 '-'re 'h' <1 I''-. r, I ." I S ( ,
; arreBtd lilt light by deputy sher'3Mnrrls 1 iv frt, the I'b/lnd.l\l'r\ 11r1 -. ,1 .. '' ,,' .' '., ii'S 1 IT.'
; .lIw1I tI, pitiew .art' ."r.kd '0LlInes m ."i:ims eVt'r "IJ'ou'1dd| No mat I" O' h". f '"i the IHIt I"rt' mar iii' 't .
) Ulilac Grab.m and Ida Kpl- In 'h.. act of forcing an :'u' 'iTVrneMh! the 111 MUs \\ li'i ."r I "* ill ht ''I'r' ii. ,'r 1 5 ".4 d""ti hn. more rnln.S a'.l ,',.. ,"',''n.: Th.. .' ".. .VI. ''h"' d 'I--! it w I'' r. -t. i. -

lam DanelllC ,.aa Indulged on the, tranr into the crags department with a blindfold ocr her eieibowrnd .. s-i Title t 1 s he viill "Irp ,it Frr lour, *.,nll' ., In front any little 'm"venPPM 'te 1'(01'1'1',1' h. !h.. Iv: ". I UKa ii .r',' l' JI.t j 'ii. Ol'd.."
J wTaada and so-ned .11, I of Girtn:an's 'al on i U' :North Miami& v-lth hndke'eh' l1IIn'!1! "ella s-lily. no in 's or 1"11.; I Itin I" d ,o .o 'he' "lirlng Is quite' hi' .hl' ...1 I.1Ir aid Mr,. I rlo I 1.-ft I t..I fI

abundance. $ 1I'Inl... of beastiS I i from ribon hJng from the bell to anvlu c ire. Guaranteed 1} rVnn.! I.. f"re that there are ic'f'r Savit,nab to sp nd (hrbc.retmnen I .\ lts."vuioe 'po.'aIci

; fan)' drri.ed eI Ua "'t'r.! given". the : Health In the CanvJ ZomeI : I the door way Into the parlor di all dr'insists: tAr* | Sb.t'is *"rt..r. to YOur rors- ts' ."' ', The groom: is a !-\o>'i t, I hiii''i .H'.r' of 1Ir"mM':
i *tZler septa.].bilt YUlk baaklou In* which time Mrs SVataon plate else 'lip 1 long 'd"s now In vogue will : <- Flillwar condu"tor 5yjflfl43Ness. vu'S '%(r t' SS'uiih W. -'

.. '...." pl"f'M'1tf'd he older once.lire. I The high!; wages taid make It s I j eei strslns l of mi sic I on the part rI MRMIrXRF (.rt\TJF\'L: V ni'llpft; up :n a mo* a"rolor': Mrs Trl...e Is well known h1,1 1nIi s'c.u' :: I- \\r'I ;- 'I',, ., I IT" I

)I'Don, d w4s aasi.tcd ID' i mIghty temptation to our young ar 1 The Talr, mss a mot fnjombu- r'bun l : apd hon fpnlt the' set ..rl \(, I h 'n? yl&'ted here. a< h. ..i., h wr i..PCS iDr :; .

.5 entertaIning by Ueadame* Helium. I I tluns to Join the force of skilled one ,"d Indica'ed the popuHrUy or To the' mnv generous and polIte 'h" best fit'ed princes- !!crisis of the family of hr broth,' I Krev '..... ftc.v-mv '" .5 y

.i 'White. SaielbyTnckei' and BurJlne workmen needed to construct the M'.II V. .tprn it! one tit M.ami's dear plrl.d ladies! and :ientb'tn.fl. situ A v-rv nret v'.nrnes-nr"r may t* !S.' I I.. Patterson. .1!eeiaMlShxle : .-Jr .Itit irs h"i'I l m.- 11.1 I fly

c Among the KB rts |-t>ur tn 11'I11'Itb a square or a rojnd back I| ---- I."m, < 'u '"> 'h** prnnr'*4nn' r-*."r..,

: Mlwes Annie andXgTHw FggerWinifred however' by the fear of fevers Amnn, thane rret-nt were M s* t..rta'l.rnf'Dt of last seek s dpcld'd and short or puff 1".TI1. For t't 'I| TS "un Tobacco i-i. 01. Ir n It ccv'. mum" hiu'.a I

'' )Ian II. Kathleen and IVl I and malaria It U the knowing CoacQtnsn Sties Gladys PrtM"--\\,11. "'r< -s. 11 e. the! members of the hi t" noman a pen'um "nav l>e 51dm' i irnt The tibirco misery Is at i I'a bt han 'it':;1 o,h"r hrnet op<1 lung '.',.. r .1

\ I lie Qaanerman Msrgiret White oner- those who have used Electric:: :urns. MUi Mcl, ndon !.lIes PbelpsMl MI I( ml Tire Hot mum .",d b n.; for tiT "Inmp, l'ter no n'lch a Ifl tnri v,n," mlghtr big desln are J<-. "
Christine WorieT. Claire AdainsCor- Bitters she go; there without tear : "* Hill( Mis Clide !' 'ymr jrMlKe deere to extend our s.nc.'re thank: *. Ion ho"lrl br made. The top h.iss cirln, dilr' Mr J. J. RriekroaiTt -.., S ..I f-1 f,, -.. ii P w' r'4 oY'" f" i-. .

ftetia l+TT\T\ 1-lll'an rr:>bam. Mil! well knewttt they are safe from msr1ons IJIPZ Mi' MrGabey Mi"s Tar and w.. bill* .u'w lv... ready to !hu. > r.tlon if tao rosa of ra'milo n borne W-lne lay with a ch .-<-k ,'.v 1 rr 'in w' I c
S dyed Ronafh. Dorothy Dean. !Margaret -i ( \ Inriienre" wlb Flectrlc Bitter lor and Miss Sllgh i. stronc 'lt"r'a n at any trr ". <>rt |01,.. rtlon he rotor otto top!>'-!! |I 'He S" ''i'. 'he rrweeds I (front Ijarr 5".1, : .. .".u..l-h": : r. 1[

,r \Vveth F.11u......'h Tucker' Mariraret on hand. Cores blood poloh In are w;\y to rath of the above with! a row of t*
HoKta .C4itkene| Budge' Catbrrt too. Hl1oune't! wrakne and mI I Mr W M: Browa. who has b....n c llietn IlIf" Th. .. ..111Is drawn In'o a i i led a 1 little un tobacco and he of,lrof .n I I"i! I v ''TJ> ,in 0'ia'i'. .-i'd .55't

:. e Bsrett lertrvoe Dcrn Ida anj I stomach liver' and kl 't'.." tronb'e ; \Vaahinesne and o'ber po!n'* fa Miaa:: .I Fire D'twnment, "rr--,,' h,,-.,\'rg: stud Jl-o\ run with al [ a check f. HOOD QUID;1 C.'t'- .i.ir-. 5')e and $1. Trial

4 Bedford KelluanIt' i I Guaranteed by all Jrucclsts. (Oe past several days will return home Dan Hardle chief ribbon cf 'he ame color but of a I I Times. bottle free .
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(FROM \II\|) \VSILV) \\1.1\ La'; In.iRhK'i- Mr. 'n I"repand.--l'irnl.IJ all!
'r. 1 II. \d.i-rm. c I..hr.4 M. billing water nil let .....I.n 1. ..
11' t"R"p'r.fl1ab.h n I \1. l :rl .1n> ; ,"ft'r.'a> aft- nu.i'i ,. Fin."" Lemon nnnf'Ua.1l: i l lStr .. rn', '1
u-,tor la the city u>da> I I' : i I i. i < li-" "wb : it r.<:. t. S ;.t 1I 1 1i II lib- PO' &tL..D''S..LJ 1.' Lr
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:>: y hoard of Public Inunic > in.ii.onl'iic, him ;o the bedslds i of j r
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j the Jupiter district s broiher.
u In Ity tuda) (FROM THVItSim-s! DAILY) I '
Mr. George L. Brannlng, one ofhe ..
A letter from municipal judge- ( truf>tef of the rpclal tax Khooi Mls! Ethel DeVore. of LI'tle
elect John C. Gramling. says that district. Went Palm Beach, is In thit ( River I* shopping In the ':.1> today
he I" now on his way home from <- > today for the purpose of attend!
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Baltimore and that be baa haJ a ing the special semlon of the boar J Col. E. T. Bjlngton, has returned .
splendid trip. of County CoramlMloners at which ': borne from a business trip to FOR
l.ldk for the (10,000 of special dUtrirt t Key West.Get .
Mr. Frohock, one of HaTana'i tthool: bond nlll b'! opened. I -

largest merchants, who pent serrral your graefrnlt tre's from
1 days lot week In the city retornJ Mr. Charles D. Smith. of Albany ,j TOlls \'. !*lura"rr. Cocoanut Grom t
y yet erday morning en lie .,.. member of the firm of Smith Ri I Big stock on hand .
f : steamer Miami.' ';rlt'r. contractor who had the contract .1

to build the tee school bone). 'I! Mr. Casper Hefty, chief linotype Saturday Monday and Tuesday'Sept.
tr Mr and Mrs. E. R. Kolle, spent HI West Palm B."ah. is In the tit, operator of the Metropolis, U conflnid .
(: the day at fort Laaderdal ymterdav t.wla)11' Smith appeared before u his home by Illness. ,
.: going np in their fare e the count; commissioners as a bijler '
launch recently launched Theyretarwd on Ih'e Issue of 140000 school I The smack

.. 'I t. o'clock tact night. bond. Southall'a Cmaland way fleet Rosa undergoing Is Otto hauled of the r out<'Par Fogg on:. 14th 16th and

.. Dr. E Lou left this morning FROM WEDNESDAYS DAILY) 17th 907 1
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to visit puentW&)' ao4 Bradley fertilizers are the Deal I
!i> to Join Mrs. Lott, who I Ia now with Mlse Era Yarborough ta at W"'st For sale by J. B. Lummna. MUU.J.Meesrs. ,
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J'f'lat''d la Atlanta. He will be Palm Beach visiting her friend. Miss .1

;. ; COB about two week*. Mary Lou Hatchett.
""j A. B. Cutler anj C. W I

; Mr J. Hubbard Chea-.bam lef.yesterday Mr. R. A. Cosrhman returned Burn, prominent planter of Lemon
home lout night: from a basin euI'! City, spent the morning 'n town, attending I
r morning for Fort Valley We
viklt to Jacksonville. Ui business affair IHI want
1 Oa. In retpoBke to a telegram from I i every man, woman and
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Urn. CValthun. sf.tlng that tbel- I
infant ton was quite wick. Mr. S. A. CotgroTe. a prominent Senator F. M. Hudson. who has
planter of Danla. la in Miami been In Washington on business, tiexpeeted child come

S Mr sod tire J. H. Strunk ard I j: today. i night. to( reach home tomorrow LAwrtas s to out to this big sale, as we V
of1 '
child
1 !- n l@IOn the latter part
Mr. Fred 8. Morse has t..' _
the w. t h fc i s !'nnio town. Baltimore gone
M"sh'ionr.d' New York ....het.:! Of. Angu-lne for a few days on buI"esl. .-- ),Yh'fIlarnrpt Bryan, of l>irla, are going to make this of the
will to Jacksonville: one
f th'\! throe or four w eka will b 'r to ty mw 'er-lt.rra wedding next Sat.Ja ..,-
__ j Pr T. !a. Kennedy, the prop I- )' afternoon.
Mr Julian Godbold who has r A 1 dent ph'-s cKn of Ft. "Leotard! i ispenJmg money savers of the
i t + al'. <' ,r Vi.i -h* past three. year.. today In Miami on b sine I Ie Order a mascot soft JrKks deliver-d season. :4r

a leaves the latter part of the wt-ek e n shipped to you by the Miami Bo't
for Anr vtnn A1o.beore be will I \mr>nj the recoct notary pubrroniml
i oAg Works, Mfjrn., l1am. 1St 'ta
join Vi- God hold and children and I Ia a on8 limned by GO"f'rllo."I'f' _
make bill future home. ''' rd U one to Mr. F. S. Morse
I iI I i of this city. 'I I >!Ir.V.. I. Huffvtettler. of the r
,, i firm of Brown Huffstettler. boat
Mr Rol'tVsi.on arrived la town
Rnnds) rlrht! fid s'opped UT T here Rom to Mr rind Mrs. Dun Robertx -| builders, hnd repairers returnea Unequaled Bargains15c
a few daei'route to his horse at lf+t evening .t their home en, home last nlzht from an extended
Miani' from an outing In the mount :1 nth atm-t, a s.x and one-half pouudiI | I Oat to OrUndo; sod points ic the

..ns of north Carolina.-KiiBlmmce !Io)'. I i I western atat *._
_f ValleGatotie..
I :Mr. F. W. Miller enterUIue.1 t anurnbrr The new twenty-Ms foot launch of 4-4 -
ur Mir John ---r Srwrll returned homo of friends with a bar trln J'ldcbpr' Free min. "-hi-b wit .ii.lit bleached cambric, coming i out 75c bleach jeans drawers coming out
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s 8at'i-. l .> nlfht form hU vacation rod out nc: veterdsy aboard bi"i ii* buuthall's ship yard was lannch- sale -------------------I. sale 48c15c
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our |Inlnto in GvorRla and In th< was eprl ?n<-.Ml.Mr for fishing puriKtsen/ and will 4 4 bleached muslin o I 52.CO
dress
mens shoes ,
I ., 'w' of the ----------I 12' U2 1 coming i
DO'.ii/ Hr Is mIlt h improved In "- one most able of she klol coining out sale-----I $1.69
b> ,i'''I I and l>pn"ntted from hi. out \ H. S. P>npock. member f h"a. ( out sale - _ _ _
li .' < tlie wr>oil board from IaolGr.wh 0
H'. .rt thi' part 'wo days In the rut> I you want fertilizer, consult J. tt. I 15c 4-4 bleached cambric coming out 12c $2.50 mers knock about shoes

'" II 'illr asd .In. W. T. Can.p-l ii i o*>>fl ""'lnt'M, returned to his I.nmmul.tAn.. fur Ins ou rlUL'. sale J2I8
coming sale
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home th's' I IMr _ _
IK' 4 b.i\t math Mia.nl lh'rrb. t morning. I irsCley uo.l. - -
t++ .. .' ell'<' "att t"o yearnCapuhiC. 1 25c figured white linen coming out
; i 1- t.; U'S..T, of thei- f: J Perk of the Mini ---- I 19"I $2".50' mrns fine vici kid shoes
Mr J H Harris and d.Miirtrcr I sale _ I, $2.98
t < />r.- PO' TIM*. left thltc to.wnris.. ha?. returned bannfrom {b''hp. former reitltn'a! u. coining; OUT sale _ _ _
of M'imi,
Cr .r hir I rmer home 11 a nmrl"r ii.| In 'h,- north aii.l + 1
+ M J..bpl'f' the.wii; r 'r "ivl> and daughter will t err t'p from 'V-h h-i ""e I Ho (>- ,I.; 40c white i mercerized malrJs.comi ; >Mts.ile | $1.25 boss knee

', I a.. .r i.p tneir rrtdenue.ht .'i< r "i n! for :: v 2.,1 ""-..els' \-t. s-tad>'n J..>nd B.lor!. P< r""orn.tie pi.'i-nt' rl-'''r Kit-of- MnBnrius. II oft {:I l . . : 29GI i j I out sale pants coming 'l- 89c.I9c

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a .(,1 I MIT P.>r y C.vll r"turnMho T,r out of town tn mbvwi'l psatrlly| t! 25c french plaid I
,t nlpht frrm a iumii, iii: i'u ot i-oiir"> arena Ission"rs wit of 1 a_ain taKe\ IIP their pcrrraiit-nt rtl-: l la ginghams coming; out I "Jr 25c mess half hose fancy and solid

peat nt K.io-aa ('!I)'. Mo. whereWr ..'T" here ye !"rdaatttndirg fence In 11 Inn I. sale - I lj colors coming outsale- 'tx
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CaT'll rumagd: the catno! at lIn< ;
Electiic! Park an anus..meGt resort >.<1 to their rerpectlTe homes this It will be several dvs v< t biftmComipodore .- $1.50'oil s colors blue and black $1.00
AP'! Vr ind Mrs CuvlU Ire at pies ,ni morning! ; aril !oil'.. '{rxmie who coming out sale $1 I I 19 mens felt hats all kinds styles aid ( ; 89
the guests of the 1-Jter's alst-r.MI&a I are now vIslii.Dr: In Jak - Carmat oc Sth street. )II'. (,a- Or and Mm. J. N MacGonigl reach Miami. They will make stout
\ll will manage the Royal Falm' ,. hn are pnjoylng their" scstlon 1 s' lot St. Augustine, Dajior.a. and other $1.25 linen damask 60 inches wide i coming COout $4.00 mens milan i straw hats fro

Casino agate next season. the north and who bad expected 01| points t'nr"ute.114 will sae-------! _ OJO OQ
Thq - -- coming out sale75c .0
home before about Oc'ofv 1. /
I r.furr. home on the 16'h. hare do-{| r
Mr Graham W. King of Fa'tord : tided! to remain ten data longer, anj have their new aa'i.mcblle( nlonj; white figured swiss coming out 75c
I was a visitor la the city yesterdar will not be here until the 15th. I and will ne !t at each place where sale------------------------------ 39G mens four-in-hand ties coming 48c 1s

baking hands with bis1 I I crops are made. out sale_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
'""dl. Mr. and Mr*. King have Mr. M Long, returned home l>st
teem la Atlanta sad otber Georgia1'1 nlfbt frcm a three months stay atI Money to lots on nnproTM property. $1.25 pure linen napkins 20 x20 coming QCr 50c mens four-in-hand i ties i coming

' points for the past two month I Hot Sprinp and o-her polats, at the a. 8. Amaden. Conoanct GroTe, outside------------------------------ jQ\J I : 29c(
where Mr. King ha been aa4er'aiwttea '' former place taking a thorough I I out sale - _- -_ _ ,
(I treattmeat. The trip &'14' course of b,ths and returning much HP3H MASOXS OCT $2.50 white i linen shirt i waists coming i
$1.50
treatment d' beef very beneflclalto i Improved In health OX A FISHING TRIP I l $1.48 mens umbarellas l coming i -
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,: him. he BOW enjoys very gox>d out sale _ _ $1.18
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the prominent business men of Ft.LaadoM'dalf' lames 20c pillow cases good quality 36 x 45coming 75c
I Carnell. visiting mason, who boys hair line stripe shirts +.
(FROM TTKSDAT8 DAILY Ii la the attending I 14c coming $
.rra )) city today, Instituted the Commandary of out sale.. __ __ 44t
; to badness affair and with Kuigfai Templar here last nls it, outsale uh _ h _ _ h Uh
IC- Mr. C. N UcGee. head saletmanfor Mr*. Bryan visiting her sister, Mr*. are oat on the reef Ashing. They 85c double sheets 81 90
.t SewHl Bro*. left this mOI'1lIIfor F. A. Ban-ett at her home on AveDU will return in the morning for x coming 59c 75c mens solid blue shirts without colors '

his old home In Macon Ga. totpend I A.Rev. their homes, Deland and Daytona.reapceIvely. out sale------------------------------ coming out sale------------------ 44G
( a well earned racatlon.Flrrt I
f H. H. Sturgis missionaryrolnortenr 40c bleached turkish both towels
$2.00
f mens silk umbarellas t
AMlntant Engineer W. J.Kromo of the Baptist tbarCh.1 24c
coming out
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? of the extension has gone v Ith hea.'qitarters In San ford. I coming i out sale. $1.69
to Rdwardriie: 111.. on a throe the city today. Mr. Sturgt au been'In 50c
weeks visit. the the SCHOOLBOOKS ladies bleached J lace bottom pants 75c
t county rant week doingmit.lonarr 29G mens golf caps coming
1 work and U> coming out sale I A Q
preaching .
: | _ out sale
;(, Mrs E Williamson and daughter the people. I I - - tUG

Ml.i Recife lift this mornlns -" lOc bleached
for JarksoiiTlile; to tp<'nd vv.ralw ; Mr. George L. Brannlng. cafhUr toweling: coming out 7c I 50c boys skull caps coming nnLJJ

rk. ftcnos's of their daughter of the r>'de Bounty b'IIte Bank. at'' sale--------------------------- out sale l
ai I rater Mr. J H. Pntys.Mr WPot Palm Peach retnrned to t.isbotie I ;
his morning. Mr. Branning; $2.25 bed spreads special honey comb, i 1 $2.50 boys Douglas I
T p. \, ,,11..,. Florida Pa $1 I 79 shoes coming '
w- M.or.t Tt-nordnr In the ol'y on bust- 1 can intioutsale---g _ sale .1 I 98
era:, \--Ti of she l-ouUvfle fcIn P.w before the !)earl of County Com I out .., a
!C I''I,tier a'th, !::4\adq.la.\ ml-slonrre and vlsit-ng friends.Mr $1.00 mechanic e
overalls
y P J. \ w \ ," i ir I but"i rr. i' I ,i 69c; $1 00 mens'e.isy street vici oxfords

ti pi .? or ( _:he cIty tolay. ; IT Almlra..!W left H. McDonald'his morni-.u and f"i da''-Nor C'- And Supplies coming out sale. coming: out sale .p 3. '. 9

!I''t n"'r.I I C'f"' ed"'h. ,,r r.'KHlns i ; .tllpd 'liere>y a t- ."- -- -
tl Irft fl-a rr.T i snrr ""Hng! the ..serious lime,
". i"'Z'r .. ATROLLINS
of tti ir ""II!?;" I T and sifti I.., Vjho\[ un-
1' Itr "nP't cost I'" i'i ,t.n.-'11 0-rr !lon for :', t. It!fl-
i r nil alt!!! ue gxue a"vc'! a. t'. ,t rnes-age; this n-ornlng: stiitJ Remember time and +
I tide waits for
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At 'h>- ff-ier' red A eomfcirti.t *!*'-' I no one and these )
) f '1 Jind! 1 III .uuch ImproTod toil.tr
.r 11, and Mr John ,J* Ba bargains
V. IPo :. I"K for ail vacation I I'a, N' IT H"! 't'i Tm
d 'r therr'rps ou of tb" '. rd of W F. Job 1111(1). th. prrp.iiw .
s S ti I '. 1': a '- H''d latorb"ncflt .10 .., itrr'ipled by Vr. Jobnson e( previous distributions
m htn to Ja testown aLdr <-M'tlctirl a-enue. He will p- r
9 r 1 Kew nine hl- family to Mine la a fewiinv f at tw drr'
r-- I ,,f .1_ .....m ew Mr. Johnson canirja y t
tr ad Mr. F.. W. I itch lift I"I Ie ....> h.. Hammond p7V onFV
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\\r< w \ -, 'f'II for '" Tin'-
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of ,'10\" n.-orfla frr I lli .. if ... .
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N' ,'.1.i h-w'-h., wh h has hocbed
n t n e ie d the proprietors of t 4 d ,
',. "me tlu;,.. "d' 'roK''s.t : '' WINTER PARK. FLORIDA SAY + I, t +cw


This i ill Florida's oldest t..lkf': and +

!Orange and Grapefruit Trees she crTer the ailvantai! 01

1 string. substantial faculty thorough rndo.wment: iqniprnrnt. -


We hare for ummer planting a good supply ;; uudcnominationil influence fine organizationand pvmnaMum.eacetent .
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{ (If Chan, well grown one and two year buds ; boarding fa. ilities. very
moderate eipenses, ali: find and
1 in all profitable varieties, which we sill atrlointr water portn. The location and

\ out pric f; We guarantee our trees surroundingvaie: most attractive:
healthtnl: and reBning. Classical,
't, : NO WHITK f I.\ Send for Catalogue. lICIentll c:. mU"IC. art. cxpreMiiiin.modrrn .


The stenographic Unjrnafrec courses bnointt-i-and are main 327 12th Street Miami

Winterhayen Nurseries tained. i For, addrees deta'U and roomreaervatiune Florida


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die fall. Had you turned to be lei I *...eeee.eeeeas.eeeeseeeee \ '

TOO HIGH I S instead of tbe right you would have e e SEVERAL TEACHERS'APPOINTED MAYOR OFSUNBU1
WERE
1DS come to a rem: simitar ''ntnp of p''re* : HOW I CAME TO : I Says Pe 1m a
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Following! Rigger'sExample. where no douht your hrot\>
: He*. Yon cent blame BICPT.i can ,.nur C e :
FOR PAVING SEWERAGE I eeee.eeees.eee..e.eeeeeeeeWh.n Brook of SaarrrJ
"He U a dear old faithful fhe declared. .Mayer
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I with foreglvene ".\n.l. pt'r.1 [l' ..---.1 ) Ohio, ae Attorney, tot armors'Bkaad

-- -- ----- fect gentlemen" she added -He would I I wu, a J..UU. m... having TODAY Roabury BeJUlaj sad Loss 0

not bite He Just hold me until )on read a great deal about the failure of I

DEPREDATIONS BY By JAMES RCIU.Y.1WI came to explain: the mistake. I should iI | offlcUU to tind_ ni"I bnug to jUHlice I 1'lla" the BtaaaeteoBfldeBo U the)

the McKeon. like to know him ,letter" II | 'llMlt diHtillen' in Teimeee I wasseized I TtrtMof Perua. Itto a .a *dlrtB..
And Were Rejected by C'.pyrighted. by Mar I ,
I II "With l..rml..I..1I| | we will call. I I have wed II ud I hv sassy
: your |
.. I with a desire to trt j na I atthe ;, Ii
AMERICANVISITORS be sugsented. "Your brother and I belong of 97 rB who kave besve-
Board of Public | lulls 'armed': i oa
businei *
I Ten'pie .1i1.1..1| off his runt and O'rewIt I to the ..1 ime ainera club In town, I co-mly > And Transfers SupetTisors Petal result iU awe. .
I with luoou-hmer "I< I. 1'011.ouuJ XadeNe \ "
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j his IllsI ) *vOMVrwa* .
ic.ithe camera raw. a ith I did not trot that you were .

Works I 'Wath it" to the white ImH-loK that ter I can take you a '!mrt cut to th"l I went Ueacbini tile hx-n' .t that: I and Trustee Appoint. Mr. ;

London Mirror Recites Same of The Ut gravely at tlx- foot ..f the tree I other clurip,, of pine*, and cell "la ht. I !is';: .i i o.eni'T! j< b) |iiui.p- !
leg the inhabitant i'amg. farm- Pennock and Snpt. Hall at School
the plate to bint :
| Bigger effclbited hi* teeth In a Kinlle !
Crimes CommItted and Calls For I Ptomi wan" kneeling o\er bill case aa i j house I sir i ,;noil looking 10'UI.0/ I
Intended to i IK* peasant sod ,1.t'I.. they came upI luau on the p r< h tnklng care of a
ABOVE AMOUNT mum A Halt. Some of the Things blmwlf out IM.-j>V the < *..* on the oU' I 'l caase anc> gut the plate." be ex- I couple little ('bi"ll'<'n. 1 (Unmounted,

| tact of pine iiiHillFH The walk lo tl.. !I plain*! when th.'lr own explanation I wont lu and ked for a drink of water

J That Were TakenIt fall bad Dot tirotl I him. but be etcwell had been ..iT,'I'(' I and proper introduc i II The annum puinted to a goii'l S

.I i content to He on the fragrant our tion act-on'pllnbed. "I knew you hanging In a well IIIMIW. and I biped. < From Tneidny's Dally

pet and doze and dream of cut ou I couldn't get ery; fur away and I did I m.vielf Then 'fiM-e asking any quen'lour -

Far This Work Will Now Do the fences tbat were ala). low etiou;:ti want that picture with" the light on I played with the children with At th monthly meeting of the

l i" h.gh time st-ps were taken to bring the frliuo prey within his | the wet rotk ('omiorer this even j I.. \iew to opeain a way to the nioth1 board of public instruction today,

Work with lity Laborers-Sereral to "nut *n end to the damge caused reach and of a "u
and the depredation committed by I i ati-*. I go bark to town In the morn I Tour husbsind l'n't at home A. Pt'nnOk. of Stuart, and Secren
battles In wbk-fa be wan always the victor
Other Matters Were Given Their tlas-t American visitor Ing" I a nd 'I'm looking: out for t.inlierliid : I .
a certain At heart Hiifitvr a hll l otJ'f'I'f' I"IIJ 1. 'being
was < >
to call that I la. be might know of
continent Temple took Bigger over Perhii>* llh.a
Consideration I 10 this countrand tbe It nan ouly In hi- dream that thereafter i sell.I ." a quorum praent. only such J
e\enlns
evening and many : 'oue to
Ii i I imd.-r the guise of souvenir bunting tile vision were tinged with hlU \J. I Mildred l.eearoe his awl..Hnt In his I '- hitcn't got a husband." she reI I uuslntss a needed Immediate atteuMou -

nu the London Mirror. boy Here and there through the wood a photographic tr'p' *". but now Biggeronly I : I 1'.1; "I'm a wilier"he | was taker up and dispensed
and
wick two women a
Lat
from the I'tilted, States Mole a notice" -I locust thrilled and tbe air was tibraut Mulled nmiaMy wb -n she came | went on to tell me that It ..... i with, subject to ratification of the .

with tbe ut bird and the soft while they I Iw since her him1 .1] neat of the board.
From Tuesday's Dally ,: board from the famous "country song I after the | late*. It wa tiard for hem to get on meeting .

('hurch>ar: .!" 01 Stokes Poges. where hum of insert life Dick Temple bad ere eating lunch the lat day of Tarn- ; .and's 0.'ath. The country wa rulueo.h The resignation of W. J. Dyer, (

A special meeUnc of tho Board Grays Elegy was written. The boy picked out a clump of plum lu which pie's -Htay that site patted the dog's tlu- Illicit. dlHtllllog that was going trus of special school t district ,J

cf Psbllc Works .as held last night! had tried to neal a similar nottc. to make hid ramp and through tile white head and looked np 'I 1. Ir.Rtead of farming everybody wa waa received and accepted /

for the psrpoe of oenlnc bids for Mch )be SAld he wanted at a souvenir leafy aisles Kig
r"vlnt ''th and 10th street froci from tie Inside of the church view of the deeper wood beyond and that dogs take after their mOltl>n." I people away bv the patrons. appointed to All thevacancy.

the Boalevard; 1Kbtrtet but h" had been detected. the little ricer that wound Its way I "As you f'.r'e Bigger a certlfliiate "\\ ould' "011." I a ked, "be willing to
Aftlla. E to Mr. J. K. Howell
The second time he wan more tuc- through the fureM. marking u" Ith a tint of goo.1 character I feel flattered."I do o-netbing to) get rid of the moon- wan .pIDtf
from A venae D to Brickeil Supervisor of District No.21
reesful. The caretaker chased of more vivid the undergrowth pU
green herald. with a laugh. I 'bluf'rsrI
Aveaac; A venae A from IOU. to :ii-n. but tbe part reached theiror along IU hauLs "But I do think no." she 11II"ted.l "Well. I Iion'tlice to git my nelgh- of Mr.Mr.C. C.E. L. Lyons, resigned in, Nn

11th street and for sewering ,th : '"( car before they could be stop- Down tbe Wind came the faint roar "Sometime their masters take after I I bore tlown on me" 21 Ingall apoplnted
I In place of Mr. J. B. Wotfori. woao.neoogs.THEBI .
and 10th street fro mAvenu E to lied and hastily drove off. of falling waters where the stream the dogV he Inmited. "Now when I "But *npi"o,,lng yon could make a removed to I
clear of theft and I I -
Avenoe D. aDd xh* following blJ It was a case plunged forty feet 0\pr tne Wink fliM auw )OU Rigger bad fast bold of nice thins of It" Anca L. .lamt was appointed are a host. 'ta.
i should be such if the
trere received: I irimnal can treated be traced.as This kind stone to dance to very Joy at tbe foot you." I "Whit d'y' call a nice thing*" I principal at Mallar'ale. N4 11.col I A wbkl a the direct r' 0 t ,.
tastreet. !
I McDonald *c Fictl*. paving has become something of tbe fails: Iiefure taking up IM courseto "I dou't nee what you mean," the I named a nm I was willing to pay end school at a salary of 1(0 .
of thing
|J 7S$; *wer. $n.; .I ; nuisance The the river liejoud.TemS sail with a pnzxled knitting of the i for, the lufomatlon I desired Month. This I* more trveof the.*.v*boot
than '
l.th treet. juvlnir. $:i.51J.XJ ; *e. corer a m.nl.1 bnd erhannted the said. Unatrellwaa of and the intones wlater ,,
t for tonvenir must be severely | long e<) : brow*. "I.ook a-here. atrancer. she I The resignation of Miss rammer 1 jf
A pavltc.:
_. 1774 37.; A venae with. photographic j>o lt.llltkof. the fails "Like B.--eer. I want to hold on to i You hain't after lumber: you're received D principal at Italian bat U pertly tee. of a**-
P&YlDe.I,112,2S. I
$i. 100; Brickeil Avcaae. In their own country! American nod departed In the direction of dowu- you." h,' said a s he poe*- himSelf I i 1-umin' rtliH. :Now.; If you double that late and )1.Irene Bennett ..appointed tbe year.

$ Rutter.. .paving 'th *tre Ull ,)'- are ju.t as bad Lincoln's cabin was otnoJlm. hilt the footfall tint ninx-1 1 1Bhl"r of her band only I waiU to keep you whit y'"f -..101. It'll. 11 :/\." place) at a salary of Wh.t.r" be a sold o ft coach,. a,

Fred ._ $ 5J.60'10ih: street being rapid'v removed by souvenir : from a dream of conquest -ime former Miy I. 'eirr complied; with tV terms aol she I I S10 per monthMis \i of the head or bowel eoaaplalat,
5I pr. .
; $710.80; hunter when Mrs Russell Sa- from tl!'.- 'ber ...a,.. and Mlscer looked The an.wer must hare teen "Ye." I rave me minute Information as to Fannie Besaent was appointed whether the Irver b.ffwted or the kfcy *-

i paring, I.4:8j; sewer bought It and surrounded it witnl i4t th' sUnlight cllnleil: 1 the In the form of dozen secret principal at Ojna at a salary of a.. the cease very liable be
A. 0\. pavtrg. $1.13'; Brtckell np } "i upon for na "'nniineitt: rlntt wh< re I could n.id a half \ e U
I venae 4& month, and Miss Ada Mtr
Avenue U. U. V. B. Brlckel.. l>lte, glar na a protection'' gold-:i balr inxl the urarlet coat of a a dog collir ai'-ini! .. the proper flnger. whlky m inifa .tor'e*. with the name per ..m

If Uth atreet. 11.500. | Garibaldi's wood ft. hut on Staten ilender !girl who lI"d.'r otlier rlniinjitance I -.- I if itersonn win knew all about them I nit was transferred from Miami to Th weather slightly domic too

pe-vlng Owtcf to tha board havinf bItt UUnd. close to New York. has .Just "''''IM bate exclt'-d RlSKer'n: I Lincoln's Reason. ml: could testify; to their existenceml I is'ht.rPaal.I: of the of $7 Lemon$ month City mocmu nvmbraji of th organs u4 .
per
be treated In much the manner
same
tve thousand available for pain: ; n entire appro"1I1f'rom On. afternoon when Lincoln ownership in court.Ilavlni while MIss Lena and the result I* some flUota dlee.Ptnnt .
I I.I.
has been
>\ Greek temple nnd.n
,1 the** streets, and a* the total sum the crow of the golden bead k'.,-e raised It to It from be- president won! can-e to the war Alma were appointed
ovr-r prevent Ota
of the lowest Mdder waa aometbir.R to the tip of the dainty russet. shoe I tbe marshal at "tr"l to kit "ie widow, too; she wacrv .I. at I ( of Senses tor mlmor *Rmtmi -
InK carried! piecemeal awa ment from l.roT..t
>
I eYe ".OOC tile board! decided to I she wa a rmtncl.m. one of BlgKrr'a. teu.i 14-1 mountel my hor.. MI.mlahoo1 ot Ihl '.. !
| Jameson
go'ahead' with On a Mediterranean rounj trip land. Me that Henry ,
reject all bid. and of very own %""t. If there were lin.ht.bow.i i ,ouCrtiieil tb,' information given ITPiy xoncKAH
the tr etMperintenJent MetiuT not long ago a number Cot&fnernie secret service apent. was '
be paving of Ith tret. bnwU value discovered for luruan "'IN'I.hI' moat l>epooew : to stumble on tbe stUeelite (OC
submitting a ..ta.IDKt .*- I Ciiaer! of some were on hi!* wnj to New' York where be ; 1 trrt'o'c
work' to be mlatng on tbe last the paAAall"
the city can do
that not orerThs I lay of the crut. Aa many aa lIlf'reTPI? In bm own particular cabinet war department wa at once all astir. to the c-Miutv seat and swore out warrants tee, and all persona having claimsor All creditor. legatees, crtb
for nm aggreomg I
a I ",tight had l-n stolen oy American at home Charles A. Dana then assistant secretary for the |*rw>n. whose name ] demands against the estate of tee sad all persona lY cia"

tun.secretary was Instructed to I .* souvenir of the- voyage. They! This wing. tl>e ".Mf'. It Deemed stranze! of war received the message bad been rITl'11Uf' a* the owners and j DmcTla C. McCormick, deceased.are or demands against lh **taU ?

Itemized statement were all given up when the captain to Bigger tbat she should share In subpoenaed the .ltllt'll- required to present the a John Thon>as Peacock, aed, ,
a complete I ami hastened at once to consult withSecretary I
ret *
p boards Indebtedness ID threatened to have tbe luggage; common with the trampUh characier a Some t.ine was' required| to serve the within two years from the tact publication required to present the sam within
of the the
dssUeat form. the sam to be to I' of every passenger arched.rn desire for his masters |>ro|>erty. and I of War Stanton. says I I paper and It wa ncvenl week* be- I| of this notice to the au- two years from the 1 p bllcatlon t
Jnurn.l."IIow
crmmon hs It become Inc Ladle Home I whoa postom.address of this notice to undersigned -
he emitted low growl of polite warnlug. for trial:
a fare we were ready delc.
.
_ ea American to Dllfer article with do you advise me to act In I l Grove. otherwise whoa adJrea ta f
i ..y..1. Coaut noda. .tol
R B. Fkkle was paid tJSO OBeeoBftt while I called frequently r the:
the names of hotels on them that it this matter? queried Dana. notice will pleaded In Cocoanut Grove, nod.otherwisethis ,
Second tretU The steadily forward until ," her boue. tb.
for paving girl came I at home
becoming quite
I la now the custom Ir many places : "Arrest the man at once" was 8taatoo' bar claims.R. notice will be pleaded la bar of 1 '*
work hivIng oeeb more than she was almost within reach of thorn taking the children out to walk" wltb JJaeksoB
In the United State to have everything replv; "but you bad better seethe R. Mccormick such claims
bait completed.X. powerful jaws: then she J>I ulM'd. me while their mother was busy withher
I clerk of !: plain. Article without any president before yon proceed fur I I Executor of last will and tettament P-t I
Keltam.'former "
R "You are a very bad dog. lObe scolded household duties. I feared that
Jlsttnrnlihlng mark stolen Drudra Iwsa
\ $1 salary are not th r. of McCormick d*> ,
the hoard was paid } as la dear of to her home would! C (
and They have no souvenir value.In gently.It very you Dana went Immediately to the Whit my being so much at ceased. Execators.

; for the lat mouths <>t February this country we are familiarceouph keep guard: over those thlnga. but don't House. Aa be wa a frequent visitorhe i iI lead those whom I was prosecuting to .

March with the reptile who fear you know they are not your to I admitted Lincoln'sprivate suspect that she had given me the
to
A few other jnlaor matters weredtpoead Will readily\
a trail N-Mnd In the thane of their guard*" i necessary Information but they didn'tseem I
of wV-n tII..unc : room.
name scratched or written uponmonument Bigger: tuuile Ttjiroun; dissent to this to trouble her I began to feel I
)o rBed. SJ-1 "What I* It. DaDa! asked the president G. MATTHXMS, Pres. T V. MOORE. See.LP.PORCHER .
: and In public place We tratlmeot. but tie! C'rl cent "0. the In. that I would not mind settling In Ten- i C
as It'I"I'f't.ry'Ime
have also bad some experience of "Yon a", .lie ex|'l. i'ie1. "Keggywant and ne-jcee with a view to ministering to WOOLFOLK
Dana told about tbe Incident CRDTCHFIHD 6
: : LCKETT.CLANCY I Dative aouverlr hunter capable of those extra |1I1It. before the the widow and the fatherle 1
chlnptag piece off building and asked the president what ought to be Gen. Agent F and in Transit feale* Aft
lor' af'a11 for trial itbecame
are
light! gilt awaj : you When the case came up I
I valuable lieea There II done."Weil". 'I
stripping
I not coins; to M me hn\p them" apparent that the stills I bad .
reason too. to fear that tills Insane was the quiet reply, "you
$lar age at PopaiUr Miami Girl atc She moved ajilljr; t >'f n'be\ 'lIP' seen were small one, the main stlUa
desire to po *era souvenirs I* on the say Jaroeeon will soon leave the country -
% I1Ic1oCM, OhioThe 'I increase In England. When motor talking; In ilf same Kteadyoice. and : r"Yea where the bulk of tbe whisky was Indian River and Lake

omnibus two years awn ran down bar br.od0"' ..11'1'11.1.UllOO the holders air; bk will escape within a made remaining: undiscovered. Th i Wor
mhen 1'11tt..r'. terth s.t flrnily In her fee tbe wltnew*_whose testimony
Handeroi.shitl on the road to Brigh ; paid
Chffllcothe. O.. N"A4Tet'-1 few hours If nothing Is done to atop I
the following ton. It struck against; a tree and -kl'1. him. My pnnxme Is to arrest him." was worthier*-cot the state a Pineapple Growers'
stoef lives England!: rang with the news of the Had It I>een a trrmp Blrjaer would round penny and the amount paw
of Miss Ethel Clancy. I Well" waa the president's reply, I
the marriage i disaster this caused. That tree watUted have cpniQs; at hill throat but be knew libe widow wa a dead loss to me. I
thin to Hi. Arthar Sackett. I "when have a white elephant on
cif city ChllHcoth a little time afterward to that there was some mistake and be you wan riding away from the courthouse We are to sell jour pines F. 0. B., ia transit
which was solemalsed! In hands and he's doing his level beat ppre
; have ben entirely destroyed and to hold the girl until hi. your when one of mywitnesses Sale
ought only much dltO<"l'm\1tf'd' Duket or are roar Agents,
last Monday afternoon: ] to get away, why not leave him alone, Bo.pula
but wedding was taken awn In little souvenirs. mauler should have come up to accept I overtook me torn on your fruit or borer* 1I'1.bin to get your (
t\ quiet pretty Dana rADd
Very likely It may have been thetouveclr regarded 'I "whafd ana
that cf Arthar J. Ssckeit of New I her explanation The girl Jameoon was let alone. "Stranger. he said yOU as possible. S.

York and Miss Ethel Lee Clancy of madness which Impelledtome him hor..te.I I give for some more Information r This Association is the f rower* opniati. fo the

klUml. norida. which was solemn-1| person or persona of Winnipeg "You're a bad. wicked dog" she "Nothing." growers* protection and IDternt The grower t .fetaar
to off Mr. Ketr Hardle'ihat. "
teed Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock earn cokled. "to make, so much trouble I The "Si. Hundred Ruffians. I "Well.;* III give It to you anyway. by the standing of its agents. Shipping ltDI.o
wabrtcoat and tobacco aD
poach '
at St. Pasl's Episcopal church byHer. while he was speaking there on a I i When Beg comes I ..halb.n him On Feb 23. 1S33, Lord Maldstooe The widder that put y* on to 'em owned stamp! and shipping bucks fuaibe by \lrl Agent.

C. E. Byrer of Colambna. I Saturday evening I whip yon, and be will come. lIe la too called tbe attention of the booM to aspeech the bull kit. Her husband owned all

.,Only the Immediate relatives of the It ought to be made plain that anxious to watt long for me. delivered by O'Connell at apolItical the big stills about hyar. and when be Watch this for information to
bride and the bridegroom's dinner In London In which be officer space a
let l'Ie",1 shot a ago by a revenue
theft It theft whatever the motive me go. was year I
." Col. J. W. Sackett/ may b!. A few prosecutions for She made a movement to aerted that the Tory election committee his widder tub the property and results and market conditions

witnessed I the ceremony."Miss fathU'1 petty larceny would soon put a stop herself but Digger growled: again, and of the d.tb.. commltta has been rnncln' It ever' since. Hyar'a

Honors Hard to this detestable habit. thin time there was a deeper note that I appointed by the boune to try election a paper she writ you un*." I

the.::r-td church as the the bridal majestic i iStrains No Intelligent I wsnt* to warned her that resistance would be I petition, a practice which baa alnc He handed me a missive from tbewllow .
eraJ -- -
of Wedding I ranr away I place heI met with greater force. She sank helplessly i been abollsbed-had stooped to "foul Inviting me to take supper with -----1

I March were Mendelssohn'sounded forth. I I"Miss ,I has ben to In the shape. of fingers back upon the springy odaroua( 'perjury" In order that their friends her that evening I thanked tbe man I "

Mabel Corwlne, of Waverly.!: of statute door malt, spoons with carpet of nature and settled herself I i: might retain their seats A vote of I for his Information and turning, rode The Ocklawaha Nurseries :
;
I '* coaain of the bride. was the brides' name on them or printed notice, I II I more comfortably. I I censure on OTonnell. which wa to the ,,Uow home:

scald and Was I 'becomingly gowned la I asking people not to spit. He storej -I shall have to wait for 1tf'n1..1 Loved by Lord Maldntone, wa I tranlf'r." she said. "I hain't ao'
I I I
S brown silk salt relieved with ecru: |I np souvenirs In bU mind. she Mid "and hell be really I I ned by a majority of nine cal"1 great: lover fee still hunter, ......In. m: TANOlRINt, FLORIDA

( She wore a modish hat and ,, It Is only the stupid American his chance of getting A few, days later a curious scene husband shot by -revenue..' bu':
sep If spoil I I was
|I who commit these silly robberies.i you yon Want OnCe Growers to know That tt I I. to their Interest t buy trs**) 1
cloves en suite I and carried a hou-j i they must have souvenirs of England that view. 1If"'. going hack to town I i I witnessed in the bouse O'Connell I bain got over your takln' a shineto from Became' they bays THE BEST GROWN IN P'LQRIDA.S

,aet of GoMed Gate rote*. | let the Northwestern Railway tomorrow and be will Dot have another : to stand op In his place In the crowded Tommy and Maudle Here's the RESfLTS can only be obtained from trees that hays abundance)
"Vaane Foster was the best man ;1 chamber while the speaker. JamesAbercronihy. uns paid me fer puttln' you GOD .
Company which want to get rid of opportunity I | money you stems that are STOKY. WELL ,
GOD RO. lOp DEP
o
with
en : estered from the chapel the Enfton station archway announce Bigger preserved a discreet silence solemnly I reproved him !| un* ou to tbe suits I ow n cut and and wob.t It & .
the bridegroom. *>ho awaited huVrirfe to a point for "the false and scandalous Imputa the witnesses I give y* sir all In my QS
i i that George Washington tie wa too gallant argue LIFE. ONE 'TRE h e all these GOD POINTS IB their favor

-IV at Charles the chakcr-1 Uese an uncle of I onoe drove order It. Its demolition with a woman. As long a* she remained tion" be bad cast upon "the honor and:i emplov Reckon It wouldn't be rightto corldaHy. IDlte your Inspection. INDtX'BMNKTS ar* offer* I'

\ the bride rave her away, yieldinglr would be a*
fair chrrge to; the maD of her'I half an hour she sat there IB silence now only remain" said tne speaker afford to pay the wltne feesWe EARLY SEI ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLTFIOA3

choice: the chancel. Tile bride l.1f.\XG F. 0V KtLKS broken only by the chatter of the sq9lrrela I cool'lu.lon.that In obedience to la\\ "'f're01\ rested at a table on ASK ABAUT n. CATALOOCB n .:1 I

FOR LADIES DAY and the bum of the summer noises; I commands of this house I should reprimand -' which was a delicious of h.1 I
Is a meet attractive young woman .uMr
.f .o.th rn bite fad was charming i iU then there was a crashing sound In the II IIU4erbnt.h. you aa I now" accordingly do." end cats biscuit corn "d coffee Address. The Nurseries

; her traveling I gjown of blue broad I Posted conspicuously IB the clubrooms and Bigger pricked up bl.I The reprimand however, made no Impreiwlon The widow did everything shecould Olwah

match1S I of the Elk Lodge, U the I herself to O'ConnelL "I have repeated forget failure to
cloth with hat aQd gloves to ears while the: girl routed upon to m.k me my O. W. tr
e carried: white prayer book.The following order of the Board of Governor listen. | of nothing I have retracted break up m.hlula,. In Polk county, ..pew.

bridal party left the dI ucla I of tbs Elk Club of Miami: "Here I am. Reggter! she nothing," said he In the cotme of a and by the lime I had finished my sup Y.nge. l.ra

; t,, txtheagrla' Wedding March. AI cives.Ladies sister card will be Issued to the "Under the pines by your 't'811e4.1 speech be delivered when the speaker I was In a very contented frame Or M. ..UR.ANK Agt, Miami, Florida
mother daughter p
WPddlnadinner waa earned at the I or There' a horrid dog here and be won't resumed his scat and be concluded by While I smoked she pt her

bom of Dr. and )Irs. Charles Mleaef II of all from Elks the which Board card of may Governor beobtained let me go." I moving a committee betere which to Children mind to ted and during te Urn Oar CREOCTDE the preparation work. for he d"trct of asia r..I
Caldwell street to whk> only | other vermin
; Into
I went
|
but He dishes 4
bridal *. Each card mast be signed A load clear whistle sounded prove hi. charge subsequently 'he use "doing" tb w

the Immediate Invited.family Coven and were bv a member of an Klk's family and' Bigger only growled a protest sgatnatobedience described the house of common*-In .1 the room where tb little tot Ay andplayed - _.-ot \ \

party were nailing ladles' names must appearon and clung to his captive A I speech delivered outalde-aa tlx boa- ; with them till she had, finished

aid for handsomely twelve."TV appointed table 1 .same and said card to, be surrendered moment later Temple burst through erect muffiana.Shskaspu.re's." I II I When they ..f''atleep the widow sat I Fred'k. S. Morse :

renpleaJent with cat glass and silver 1 at the door. the alder that fringed the atream. I -- -- down cable me tnldd I 1

mv farther beaatlfled with CTfII'Df'r'l> Other than this, the board rule The girTs face turned crimson. Work "I want to this moon

and whit* aster, Dalay place that none bat the member, of anElk's "If this Is your dog" she said with I The itrltlxh nuiiuMiin. library hi* shlnln. I'm. kme woman, and. tb..or I IeaEtateOmme.psla.racorAv.CauidlshsL

rerds were at cover. The family shall entertain at the dignity "witio'i kindly call him off? complete edition of shakewpeare'awork rm no tint l at turnln' ol 'r f'o_ I Ib.ln't j jt
tl'b ln.1 social functions of the Inasmuch I II
club
per was r coarseThev *. He has kept me a prisoner here for almost In fourf.-ou f,,ri-lrn language got the head tnrnln' my
departed OB the I.u traction M this was practically the primary an hour and my brother U waiting property Into tt'ney' !
'
Colsmbn tlaf'Dt'II.to New, Intention of the Elks to give I rough < I said, .
for
"You're
I, tbe a 11.mO.L"
their families the privilege of entertaining for e plate The:' Tall.** Human.
Tork from where they set sail Wedp the dog appreciate the fact .. drswmg: her t'> ro". "111 help "0:
"Possibly call tbem-
of The Tebuetebea they;
: friends and other! ladles Miami. Dade Co. M
1 for Jackson vl'lead I I Florda.
in afternonn
'; I Hkdom. These rates will probably that I should need them myself. h. aelies-of southern and eastern Patagonia wit o one .condition :,
1 Florida. : I
Miami. _
... tile eldest daughterof !to Into effect after the next meeting said, with a lawn and a sign to Big are the tallest human being In "What Is If"
"The bride la of the lodge. who released his prisoner and but '':110 me" AGENT OR LANDS OF"i-
bt'k O- ncy of Moatgomery Ala I I ger. the world. tlie men averaging UI.r time :
with dlimity across to Tem She consented, a In a short
pal has made her home for some stalked Ilg'itlv !e*. than six feet while Individual Dt
.t.fi, litre with tier aunt. Mrs. F. J. )(0lilt I MR. DRSING KECKTVKS:: pie. "Yon ..-." he went "tbf'yll.p' of four to nix inches above I had turned her stilts Into cash. with Florida East Coast Railway Co :

I NoTICE OF APrOIXTJIFST tie ..- Ihtl"- which I ked the farm Meanwhile
GJI.t! Miami. Florida. She has Pf'IIlo that mark are not uncummrn. .t.
: .rnt the summer with her aunt I ; He knelt on tbe ground to shift tbe we were m.n. and I make a touch Florida Coast Line Canal acd Trans. Co.

Sir*. Mlewe in this city. She is a From Saturday's Dally) I need holder to a compartment of the Accident to Seamen.Deatba better r.r than df'tfl..p. Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. 1

: BNU* charmlrg young woman and I, The following telegram from Mr. case and change the new one to a from accident among seamen ROGER PERKINS.i

by her pleasant raaaner and happy : H Pierre Braanlag nominated solicitor '' .Bar carrier across his aboolden. The number flfty-three per lO.fno.' fee -

dr pne1tio has endeared herself to ;I of the criminal court dated i Color E
1 this city : West Palm Beach received fW'\ stare at him \In astootanment sad time* higher that lu "dacgeroua occupation .n th y.
E B aWe circle cf friend la t wa ." "I Green Is the color most beneficial to

:. all cf whom wish her much bappiev I by the Metropolis thin afternoon be guessing ber thought, looked up." I the eye In diffused light: and and Miami Bottling WorksWALL

-i IB bee wedded Hte."The "Have received official notice of "Permit me to Introduce myself. beMM r
1 I the most harmful In a Wrong
Love Letter.Perbap pinks
e brldefrroom ofrmer home my appointment from the Secretaryof holding up tbe case.. She read the TK Longest '
: I the h>uff...'t lose letter U i" direct light, however blue and neutral &
i was In J8l't. n"Uft. Florida but Isi' Stst!'. name "Rlciranl Temple" ou the silver Props.
located in NewT the world Is fliwritten by a N'rlatnrourt"'r tluta are the tent for the eye and Mc0WA.
;. n.w preep-ceusly plate and bltuhed in confusion
JI wk. being a civil engineer Thee WELL KNOWN CRAfTS "My bcot1'r. Mr. Htorron. has tbe- In the tine of Qjeen Elizabeth pure white tbe most harmful ,: as 1* U'I Street Fla- CI

9 i will reUe IB New York and will WII.L MeT COME SOCTUi same sort of caae" she explained. "He to his ladylove on the return i I proved by the pbenomeawn of j i 1. .

.i-L board for the present.Demnls I tent me toe more plate, and I thought from the armada campaign It occupied I bUfldne Manufacturers of J
/
.- McConneU of Chtcagoan i Private letter staU that two ofi that these were his and that the dog 400 sbeeta of crabbed writing, thenumber : I I I

an lacJe of the "Hilde wan la attendance i V(ami's well known winter e'ILna.- bad strayed." of words being something like> Lost Through Ignore._ .

I at the wedding' I; Gverrlad and Eleanor IV. the former "Storma he said musingly. "You 40,000. I A Roman urn was nneartbed 'faring All Kinds of -

Mr. and Mrs. Sackett are now OB being the palatial houseboat ct I nT.Uon. at Scalby near Pgartcreugh. ,

: their ....dll\\& trip 1st the south and Col. R M Thotnreon. and the Utter must be Mile Mildred Storms. *>> Is I Scissors and Lightning. 1 A workman, the

lfi" ;: win a* ./the! cwets *t the bride's] the splendid cruising yacht of staying' ofer at the Beechman farm r Small articles of steel such aa sdson. .i aloe that there might aD loose \P It Soft Drinks 'r1- S

rte Bad aIat.Mr. and Mrs r. J. I ex-PoUc Inspector wnilama. of New Tbegtr Bedded and Temple smiled. cannot attract Ughtmtof oat .1![,| cave K a tap with his rak the 1 I

.... 'Magtn. WedSttsdoy. as.d Thursdays oltkia '1 York. will not com south .at la. 1 think [ eta lOIn the mystery. heo2kth'roezXo,4ftom ttt aa commonly tuppoaed. wUt that WM pl. rrssBBt Attsadss* ks AS Or0rs'fH1I > 'd4'm 4s I.i.ss

'... week. !! tcrt boU being berthed IB New ToiL pI4., "'J CMTM. I + ,

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11STHT111RIV1ARDOI4OJOFWES1A1MIRCIP[ { ] ? 'tews and Motes I ( .


From Lemon CityLemon


' ? SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX DISTRICT BONDS--ZAPf I rrt; I


Cltv. Sept. 9-The ladle .\

of thf (Baptist church tent ol an

orphan U>x last Wednesday.There .
AND RICU800RGIIVEN LICfNSfS will l-e ;an entertainment;' \

-orslFilne of Illustrated conga el,-., KIlN
I."trl1ar night at the Baptist t
t _- < hun b. Fver had: Is Invited and .

I yin Interesting" time! .* assured.: A
K'ol'efllon will be taken for tbe ben-
From Tuesday's Dally ) Tr<>vloiis to the taking up of thi floor of the ourt house as an office. t nt of the church.

At loon today the board of county hatter at noon the board spent chit MrsW I. Zumwalt wan the KUfftR i
f for noon In the transacion of other Ceo fj. (Ciirrle on behalf of a ru,-nt of Mrnd Mrs. Frank Zuui |
romm IBS loners In 1i>loIo for the l.unncrs the principal mattre of client.\ ached permHscn to lay a wall' lat Saturday, Surday and MOTla '
pnrpose of opening bid. for the saleof vhirh w.i. the grnntlng\ of liquor pipe line across lake Worth for thpurpcse -> afi

the $40,000 five per cent iniermt IVfp' 'e? to George Zapf and J. W. | of *urlng:: n supply i>! Mrs.: P. H Rolf and children; ex-j'

tearing' bond Issue" of Special Tax Rlclbourg, it West hIm Beach. | fresh water, raid line' to be ro pert to I Ifjiveelnenday to Join 1 1I h
miles nonh of Wett Palm Benrn
TOOLS
Scboo District No. 1, West Palm These petflions were held up at j j rot. llolli in Oa: i.esMlle. {
The request was rrantfd In so fat "'' ,
Tie "kltM". tid the CocoanntCnve
thec.nil r meeting of the board '
fr Beech and the transaction of othere
.
the board has authority In the pn 1.lI.f'tI ,
bats n-vl bats las' Mon4yin f
last week on account of a protest < ro < ]
important buslnevs proceeded tc i.ualn granting! the petitioner licenses an irt1 renting, game of base baIl. i .
btd.sr I Shackleton' 4 Co. paid into the has Do Their Work
tenon
Oran Mid protest reciting that the The City drug store ]
board tbe of dollar for 2>l
sum one
Hut ole bid was on Ale, that of were not law-abiding citizens!' All ) r of rock The ordered
yards: same yas -
Smith Crier of Neat Palm Beach. parties concerted were inftrnctej .o tent the treasurer to be credited fresh candy l I II ;
befcre the board today andpresent I The best workman
appear cannot satisfactoryresults
and get !
tb.blddnlt upon the bond to the road fund. MKS. HFI.EX WILMAXS POST
their sides of the cue.Whl'n
accrued InUretl. The bid was co:.- A commcnlcatlon was recrivlfrom unless his tools do their work. ;
JtiionU jq that the bidder be per- ,, the matter was taken II,' the Ostrich Farm ;at Jacksonville Mews Noted Mental Scientist I* Dead ,

mitten: to take up 11 0.,00 of the ,' there were none of the petitiontrsaealnht \ offering to rent the county :a At Seabreeze i Keen Kuttet Tools give the user the 1:.
U.ndK tod X or a" soon thereafter i I' the licersea or their repre- booth for exhibition purposes. The I
balance nod ready for deltverytne '' senTatlves.! present: and after hea.int .-- communication was died for future Helen Wtlmsna Post the most greatest possible amount of assistance by \
be delivered\ and paid f'ruh ; ; t'itemfnts from Messrs. Zarf refl'rence.Grace .
noted rental Scientist In this country -
.. ) demand provided that and Kichbourg. the toad had no Sawyer and Carl Jefferson died at h"r home In 8hrt''le., cutting clean and true and by holding jOt-
all of the bonds must betaken up oth-'r alternate but to grant: the licen.tes Holland wire granted permits enti,; Fia' ,
e funer1al
on Thursday rmht.: The their edges so that little time is lost in i
y d sad paid for oa or before the regular prayed: which was done. lint(; them to free admission to 'tt- l took 1 place) Saturday aft.-rnoan. '
nieeli-ig of the board of county com The hlll1'' of H. Dale! Miller a* FiMlda School tor Blind. Deaf In'" Mrs. Post ant known all over the' sharpening. Every Keen Kutter Tool is
mlsaioneri :in May, 1)08. I clerk of the criminal mart: of rcir. Dumb.At States and had patients in
Thi being the only bid reoelvKl .' with J. M. J ('klOn. Jr. J. H. 12- 10 o'clock the board took a every state who had the utmost confidence I I designed for good service and long service.
aid ..I'hln< the requirements of the Illman: 8. Bcbo Dean George ". recess until 2 o'clock! this afternoon In her. ?he...* making a .
taw a cit-tiled check<< In the sum o; Butler aid C. F. Cone, as Burette! at which hour they began namlue'':, big:: for'vne In her treatment when I No better tools are to be bad. They'

$J 000 accompanying the bid ib,' ..as approved. Oc motion the cicr'i ; the Inspectors\ and clerks and polling the l'nttPCalt'l government ,'re- '
l have been standard 36
sale of bonds "was ..aided to Stultflf : "-.- clven the tine of the roan in l-lacen for the prohibition election vrt" me 1))-* rf the mails for her1' for years g
Crier i -he nantherst comor of the second' to be held! In the county. Oct. 15. b-i.ln ss and arrest d her for fraud The Keen Kutter Trademark covers a

-rif was tried In the 1'nl'ed StateConn < i
tine of tools and cut r
a complete
lyre and convicted and aenti -

An Able Argument Advanced in Favor of a Cleaner, More ; for>i-. ed on"In sear the but"'11t i' (.wa States afterwards prlion rstt sneer lery. Sold by ra


ruspended. > .i I Is
!She WHS a Ic-illiant writer *ndwa
Moral and Better is Given
City--Prohibition < alHui'' 71 I tsars of ae..: lierj j i
hiKtinn.i.' C. C Post, died at Sealiretie. ,,

; Fla. on June 30th.j .

a Very Strong Endorsements !!j MRS.VHITKKU: DEAD I

I I a
I
-""\, '!' After weeks of suffering Mro.I I
leflnlte contlnnsnce: of och ancheck there is too much unsuppresMhl
' Editor MPI'Of'OIIe- I II Jane Whltnki-r succumbed to the :
wish to tender yon an appreciation ed Indecency of life a* seen so nn-I' crime against person and property. grim destroyer yesterday morning I
: at your militant attitude toward ditty in ev.dence amongst the very Too much Increasing cost for ab-
soul 1 rewardin
't" and her pnssed to its .
the prevalent In morality vice few thousands who compose our ,'.,ol'fll.n" Incrjsslng criminal trtalt. the great be>ond. Mrs. Whtt-1 1 ,
"j y and crime In our community and to youthful community. One baa however :| Jail.spare and policing. aker was H native ot Georgia but,' }
I jwnre you that from my own to admit that to the looke'-Ion I Under the present conditions one Weet:
lIa! been K resident of Key
..i knowloVf-e, your effort are a..kf" we appear to be. like Philadelphia can witness the operations of the ,
'
large
for and reared
a
t-nlng the public conscience to arevolt politicly\ "corrupt and contented Influences that, like a stream of ants many years Tbo I
and
highly respected family. :
against a continuance of con- rare carrying from every tax payer' Mra. F.
children who survive her are T. BUDGE
Jitlor- that are gaining for Miamia It must be believed that this dplornMe *- I ' Clara Sanders of Tampa; Mr. A.
\; reputation, both abroad and at condition 1s mainly if notalmost I means to the pocket of the L. Whltnker o fthls city:: ; Mr. Wm. I

t- i home as fairly earning a place beside I,,, entirely due to the monst.'rof saloon-keeper, altnorl directly to increase Whltakei' of Philadelphia; Miss Ma- .
Tampa in the category: naatineas the liquor trade that now lads his sung smile of content I 1 me Whltaker and Mr. Clarence
,. and depravitv. j] Its festering boJy across a community with an economic. system that robs WMtaker. of Miami.
'\I: The writer torn fifteen' yean that could be and may yet be- willy-Lilly. the. virtuous citizen for
i Telegrams Carrying the sad news ,
tr"'. a ago was called bv bnstnet Interests one of th" fairest. In our fair South the mslntainsnce of the vicious |'
to pass through the Utter city, land. Itstbteen open-Jawed maD but-the dawn of a newer have been sect to the children out Miami 41;
; of the city and those who can will\ Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth
1 almost dally, for twelve montta and heads not alone! hungrily waiting and belter civil life is. breaking. '' come to Key West for the funeralaleeniete. Street

war Improved by the excessivey I! for. but ever gluttonously nnsatexl and there be those In plenty amongst i Until replies. are received ,
amount of the vileness of a large ;! drawing Into It. maws, our means, us who when the way Is made i I
no definite date' for the funeral services -
< portion of the population, that weal| our virtue our children, our social plain wilt gladly. through the uplift Weal
| will be made.-Key
1 manifested on nearly every aide i I i life o.ir civic pride, our honor ana of our |i w-born hopes, come forward Citizen.
apparently conscience. In return to the help of the right''' ----- --- -- -
with Ift liapoftttion. tojvnpprew. I| our spiritual --- tai
or even sabmerge their ,, spewing out Into the body politic against. the mighty, to bear the burden I
t shame from the common view. This a depraved generation to be the of the ronflM that preludes a l: General Robert E. Lee 1

abborent condition bad as It wa.1|| projinitor of tlll greater moral conquest' which, though falling to'I
bad a oerln amount: of palliative|I deterioration! and today making our attain to prate morality, makes, at wa the' greatest general the world :
excuse to their Instance In the fact town to bu shunned by desirable social decency. will I has even known. Ballard's Snow l
that it war a typical expression of decent people with families looking ? fllrl the amYOo our Liniment I Is the greatest Liniment. 6 TreesStandard -
Orange
the obtuse moralities of tile mongrel for a permanent' home location as reawakened hope for better things {l Quickly cures all pain It is wlil Grapefruit ,
Laila race constituting a great part,. i* known to have oceared In several -hope that had been made sink I I in the reach of all. T. H Pointer. '
e y of the bulk of our people has be- Instances. nigh unto death It seemed-standing Hf'tnl\ltf'ld. Tex write: "This I. i r
many English tpesking: degenerates: je | There are some places-and tine: beside the power of a clean to certify that BallarJ's Snow Liniment -

and each tate of things hoe coi- of day. e>en-In oar midst, that press, x* the forceful, director of has been used In my household
s tinned there and Increased with t ere joth obscene end unsafe. and public opinion, helping you to ,'"- for yearn and has been found to bean .i
the d.,.', growth and appears to bot ;there art many more ruch, that nn- I hold your hands, ai the forces you excelent liniment for rheumatic
fostered by an equally degenerate den the ohrde of night are positively direct go forward to vanquish the pains. I am never without it."

nbllrvton. i dangerous to life and treasar; Frankenstein monster our own people Sold by Blvcavne Drug Co. Florida and Seedless which are bringing the
n In this laMl.lftyf oar, however, and they are not, by any means, have made and set In our mldnt''' Grapefruit
there carnet be found such an ex- berond our city gate. Unless comIielled to devour us, our substance and onr "\u.lH\1'mC'' ,1(1." HAD ; full
in the market. Also
highest prices i a assortment of leading
plantation for the badness that tt by a fore-known danger l children.; I j P1KHI MTK WITH KIIOWji

!;'- time, become actually rampant. ,, could not sham myself by the As my grand old ancestor, whoso ;!
i tar on tbe other hand can one i-owardK of carrying deadly weap- name I bear said to St. Patrick ]I i Warren Fraiee, better known as | Oranges, Lemons, Limes ani Kumquats always on

hardly belhve that the moral knee 4 I I, ons. but here there Is no wuranee busy extracting the snakes from ,, "Alllgatcr Joe" who has had a crocodile -
of the bulk c tour people baa t- that one can walk abroad at night, out the Irish bog and whiskey, and alligator: exhibit at Kansas hand.: We bud on Rough Lemon, Soar OrangeI

ven voluntarily acquiesce In an in- unalarmed and unharmedly Finn MrTavlih. tented to return to Miami tbe first

-- ---- --- -- -----, i of net week with big manageries.
I
by the comonwealth which h< Joe Is reported to have Jone well In

THE iiAi MOl nd for more than twenty yean, THOSE 10 PASSED[ 1 Boston where he performed with F
I the result of whoa work war thf his "pets," but to have lost In Kansas -
aad Urn Roots We have Kartrrlea. Xaneriea _
Large Ow ateotacalyfree
realization of the State of U.OSJ !, City owing to not being presenti !
ISS.CC. the amount representing the '! !i form a part of the attraction. He all of which have their advantage oa the Red Lands of taeHomestead r... White, Fry aa4 M Ni
CLAIMS OF STATE printlal and interest of the sum dn< THE I ftlo lost a doze n or more of his croc- when planted spas
Country also oa there Is a. Whit Fly ta Dad
the state by: the government and oat EXAMLNAIIONt I II odlU In Kansas City by death. On land to which they are beat ry
of which wHl come the amounts to I II I return he will begin at once to 1m : adapted. W* especially.. high hammock land user hIor St. Lad Coaatl, TWSJ
; .ter b.- paid for service and supplies furnished I prove his alligator:: farm and menagi ford and oa high pine laud '
commend Sour take risk ta .
Orange Roots, no oayrac e. r
during the period referred to i I !i erltn for the winter tourist business.hamberialn's Miami
near and Lemon City.
i the payment of which war aothorls I I. for producing the beet quality I I tre. Then la danger tabrtnglag
WIU Come np Before Commission I One First Grade, One Second and on the Indian River near
ed by the last session (' Cough Remedy Acts of Oranges and we take pleasAlso I
;l-t at Tallahassee 17th-Wailes I <'ot. Wa leu' Calm $I 3..17S Coil I' Two Third Grade Certificate Ob. on 1'atorr'i Ilaji j are la advising our patron Fort Pierce and are therefore I tree from other Motion 1
i iI
The compensation claimed by who are la doubt a* to the In position to furnish tree I of 'h* state when thai ,

Claim and Other State Gossip of Walles is U6I.J7J. While th tained-Two Applicants Failedto i iI The moat successful medicine ar>j kind of root best adapted to best adapted to different soils I dreaded pest I. r-eraU7.
I matter Is now grown ancient I three that aid nature. Chamberlain' their PARTICULAR SOIL. and location
through and much recital It wlli.tr" < Pass ExaminationThe this dlJtrtbuted.W .
Interest age : Cough Remedy acts en plan. i zw
I settled la full. Colon Waflea \I I will allay the cough; relieve tie a

now ofd and well nigh impoverishedand lungs aid expectoration, open the also grow a hn Ha* *fFruJt
It 1*. not a probable thing that i Keretlons and aid nature In restoring Griffing'sPomona n
cc Affording to a .dispatch: from Tallahassee he will lire 'to reap th reward of j iI I grading committee consisting ; the "v tera to healthy con..l-: aad Oru.e.WPlant. seep

j -the Klcrida war clalc.s his labor But eta children may I of Miss Lillian McGahey. MI. Alice I tlon. Thousands have testified to ., best adapted to South .
ommiulon Is to meet here on September The spectacle If presented of a mat: Sander and Mr. Laura C. Beldler I II its superior excellence. It counteracts I
t nth.Rrtrewn'atlve. who was successful after many years I I who passed upon the examination any tendency of a ccld to re- Nurseries Florida, which ar* fmHy described \,

Joseph Knight of of constant sad Jtsonaraginf laborIn paper of those person taking examination Cult In pneumonia.: Price 25 centa. I In oar large Due
Citrus county Is at the capital and forcing the government to reeog- :, last: week for certificate as Large tire. !SO oents For sale by
la an Interview aid It was doubtful nlre the righteousness the stai*'s I teachers In Dade county schools reported J1I|gc.iyne: Drug: Co. and all druggists. trated eatalogu. malted free 4

If any progress could be made In claim of proving the claim sad the results to Superintendent -- i Wholesale and Retail. Phone 129-E I upon application. 1 1I
I I
t *. approval of claims at that time lecting the money for the *tat.. COI-I Hall Saturday afternoon. s'iioO\Elt; CITY 0. ,I
because of the fact that the original who has been vnabl to collect I There were seven applicants examined KEY; \n'TJU VI'
records are now at Waaalnttoa. own pro rata of the amount five white and two colored. 3..
1" will be for thfeotnml'S the aid of a snoclnc contract and Ot the white applicants Miss Selma ,
and It necessary The auxiliary schooner City o' :,, i
7 to first piss a formalrewluUou the unfettered and heary Indorse I I Freedlnnd obtained a first grade:: certificate '
on Kf'W t. belonging/: to the ertep: I I Islon 1:
setting forth the anihort- ment of the State's highest offida'a ; Mini Virginia Craig a "e-- fleet crafts, went up the MI:1II'' William B. Sheppard Appointed Judgeof 'Engineer Van Dever $:
the when the work ond grade certificate and Miss LonUe.
tv of *" comrnis ton as ena-ted oy during period river this morning to be laid up.( ,,, i.-:
the< last Legislature tor snbmlssloa was being accomilshed. King and Mia Marlon Olmsted.third long with other cmfn of the company ; 'I
.tbt f 10 the Wa h'ngton anthortUe bo- grade certificate One white applicant put out of commission temper-I i Resigned His PositIOI :
I tore the record would be tort : A heady for Buns failed to pass the examination. crtly on account of a reduction In I tbe Northern District of FloridaBy f
a _till. M. R. Mahaffy. a colored male the operations.: "

Refer' to 8emta te TrovMe I Dr. IVrgln. Paua, 111., writes: "I 1 obtained a third grade cetlncate and I i I (from Friday's Daily) r
Th. eommlasioa .f which Mr. have eyed Ballard's Snow Liniment the other colored applicant failedto
1 finish the examination.All MR. J. E. I\GRAHAM I Mr J. L. VanDev* r, tile *fl -
t Knight Is a member win ears to always recommended It to my of the A Vixinm IX THE CITY. 'lent engineer of the r. X. C. Xe*>'
applicants certificate n
do only with the approval of claims Irtend". a* f am confident there Is obtaining President Roosevelt f
Succeeding Deceased- Company for a number of
Swayne barn ireMxnJ
will probably be I given appointments years
for vnbulsttnc and service la the no better made 'It I* a dandy for all ( From Monday's Daily. ) I ; his position with that eoaapany. -'J. '
the
at next of
Semlnole Indian trouble from 1141 bums Those who live on farms an the board ot public instruction.meeting Mr J. E. Ingrahara third vice- I Sheppard is Native Floridian and Was District and with Mrs Vaa DTr, /
especially liable to aceldf'llu'rutl .
to 18(7. Inclusive and the act 1 P tC- many president' and general manager of' left yesterday for Maeoa. Da. .
,
Ullv provide that the Wanes burr bruise, which heal rapidly the land of where
department the F. E. | For they will spend tile wtntst..
: when BaJlar..!'. Snow Liniment Cooper Reported Poor Health Attorney the Court *
1 lain la not to be cqnalderei a C. Railway reached here yesterday Mr and Mrs. VanDeveet were.
The Wall., Claim In applltd. It should always be A prominent silken of Manate-- fro.n'' t
morning coming via tie canal .- well! known In the city and highly ..
P Col. S. I. Walles is| tin worklnf kept In the house for eases of emer- county who was la the city several I Ft. Pierce In his prlvatacht Katb- 'i repec'ed bv many frieada aa4 aaj
I
for r> ""tlenient of U:jI( claim axalnitu gencv.: 25c. 50c and 91. day ago. stated to a Tunes man i leen. Mr Ingraham.: will be here [: Jn Oyster Bay dispatch to the !la Jacksonville. +e'tatee, Mr VanDeveer being vent .,.

eut. tIt -- that Cooper the convicted murder several das md then go:: on a trip Times-Colon under date of the 5th. lie was: admitted to the bar at Annular" with his men and Mrs.Yaa
I* a matter of record that every To Overhaul Boats ot Marshal Bowman who baa been i down the cnalli.M."nOoSER says: Tlri'tr,| in 1 *91. and removed ,10 J.veer f'qu..0' \! In church uC .}
Governor' from 1877 to the Jennings 'non A: Huddleston, ttholesaieftrh confined In the DeSoto county jali I The preeiderttadsy:: appointed W \1'a l M hiroU: where h<* began his sen-Hi rlnle. TI'ey win tear a i'.
administration reaffirmed the eon exporters: are building a lo.all,1 it Arcadia for nearly five years-- t JIMSIIF. VP B. !Shepparl. United State. dl lrll"' pr.tire! .before the supreme court link In Mnu I Circles which WUJ ha {:\
leper mad with Cornel Wail. f<* .as lor the purpose of during which time he his bees sentenced FROM CAPE SABLE jade: for the northern district of r.f th.- state and the various federal hard; ;o nil. and Macon'' gain to VI' 1
s fee of 15 per" cent Of tile amounts and mklrg ready their seine boat to death three times- Is Florida. court*. ami's" l"<. J,

collected from th. government ail and other smaller crafts for the. Ii'b-I now (B a very baj physical condition (From Monday's D'tll'I) | AnnonneemeBt; aim was mads of II* !Is .-e'ful. lawyer ant Tn- litnatlon" of Mr. J. L Taa., .';
that U" claim were not paid until !.ng renwn, whkh open:' en account of his long confinement The schooner Jlmmle, owned by the appointment of Charles F. Haskln. prominent. In political I life .. well. 'IVeor ban hroutht forth th* apl ,
lttIJ during tile Jeanlngi adnUut- few weeks.' In clove Quarters. It U said 1 the Manetto' Co. operating at Cap an postmaster. st Sanford. Fla Pre.alden- Harrisor appointed Llai l lntnrnt of Mr Charm DeHaff .a
.s. bra tiara and that the State has practically -- that the man can not sand alone Sable., arrived in port yesterday af- Mr. Sheppard U\ a native Flori collator of euitcms of the port of chit enelne Eugene Haast**. "
", I depodlated the original contract ', She Fooitd Relief I and when It Is necessary to DOve! terDoontfter delivering a cargo of dian. lie wa born In Brl tol. LIberty Arll'Il( I'r'a..n' October 31. U.t. Hzht enilBeer. Bert McGIrt ant
) whit<> ailttjlttlnt[ the. obll,,aUoa. ; him from one cell to another he lumber at that ph< IH- l> rt lea: voting If von are troubled with liver,, ren"lres the support of a man. This I a similar cargo fo rote return trip end fcr a long time practiced law in adn'iris.ration! !n I 137: he way nmI i l I. ant These ronng me* taa.*' ..
aa n5. OG for We complaint and have not received case U ODe ot the most remark- south. ,{ A pal t"hl'Ob. lie received his education stain appointed to the Important worked their way up from the showw
settlement half Of the help read this. Mr*. Mary E.Ham ahl U the criminal history of the. i at Mountain Home Ala. .. on po"ltlon BV. President McKinley el In the b"il>T room sad are rejoto" ,
) r amount to r.'ION Walk and mond.: Moo.ry. Tex., "I was la poor'healthwith !j state the maa'a guilt seems to CHIEF H.\RDEE' GOES I the Tennessee river; at Emory college Col. ,hepparl I is a member of the lug ov-r their' promotion, although "'
the other. *< of W. K liver troublefor over hfv been very clearly established 'TO HOT SPRINGS Oxford: Oa. and In the University Kxlghts! of Pythias and grand dicintor erettlng the il'i.-rter* of CliMe
Beard aled with the a year Doctor did me no food after aa unusually thorough lave I of North Carolina, at Chapel of the state of the Knights of Engineer; VnDev t.

t prUdal la and I tried Herbln. and three hot-, tlgatlon several Investigation, la (From Monday's Dally H\11. where h* wa graduated with Honor. I ...
t This amount has never been collected ties cured me. I can't say too mad tact- gad WBV the Governor holds! Chief of Police F. B. Hardee left distinction. He was district attorney for the

by Ute beneficiaries, and the for ......bllM''. a* It I* a wonderful. I np the aeration of the death aentenc I yesterday morning for Hot Spring, j Whilst a student at Chapel Hill lie tort hern' district at th. time of flatbed Atlaata! Probiblton want to ntertila the .sear
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sveanea of Colonel Wall** at ta. liver medkln I always 1I..tt lath la "Beyond Ole understanding' where he win spend the next three ', read law also, and lie later farther. Judge 8wl ne'l death, which position
II But hovse presented th* figur olJM hous Publish where your II or the general public Tampa weeks taking a course of baths, panned his professional studies he was still filling when I ) when candidate of th. party .J'.J'1I'1U
r who had baa dealt with mnaat-i IrF j wish Sold by Blteaya\ Drag Co I I Times. i cnperatlng and resting. is-I I with the firm of Flaming' ft Daniel to the Judgesblp. appointed be nominated. for president salyttrpratdat. +

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