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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOLUME U, NUMBER 15. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY, FLA., FRIDAY, OCT. II, 1907. ElZG-Err PAGES, t:

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STOPPED DEBATE IS A TO DELIVER SPEAKERS WILL'[ ,




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Vault Containing Many And Malicious Misrepresentation On the Subject of Prohibition Mr.'Chisholm, of Christian '


r Thousands of Dollars O by Parties Responsible to Miami Public Church, Goes to Jupiter!


in Securities for Same This I Evening and Stuart Today i iREV.



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And Finally Chloroformed inJi],Unsuccessful Wu Entered Into By Prohibition )(r. Wray. it a Strong Convincing Accompanied by Mr. BIecbr-.t.n ,

Attempt to Make Him League and Hon. Seaborn Wright Ii'/y:4 e.0lb Prohibition i Advocate, and Figured are Enthusiastic and AbU Orators ..,

y Gin Up Keys tt the Office Door. Rrport Circulated Purely For Conspicuously in Campaigns and Wm Ten People Above

Bobbers Were Foiled Campaign Purpose Staru at 7.30 Pnhibitfca-Dr. kaderd '
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Bew York Oct. 10- An pi (From Thursday's DaPy) Thursdays Dally (From Thursdays OnOr

watchmaa' faithful performanoe of The statenent published and circulated *** .*... .V "** 7 'sSSCvba Following sp the speech of Hon.Seaborn On account ot physical 1aU-Jrtt.

ate duty, eyes .... death threatened that the Hon Seaborn Wright would tour th* Wright last night advoeat- Dr. L. 8. Rader wee usable to gw

him prevented a robbery early county and debate with a speaker eaptoyei tog prohltftou. the Dado County to Stun this morning but tn his I
steed Her A. M.
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i by tht latl-prokiMtlon advocate, fc a wffl- Prohibition. Legue has for Chiahotss. of thChristlaa
arranged
H suoaeasful.would
today which, bad been Church, wett. date as*
'? probably!>> hare caused .a sea lul, aalidou and faa stat .eat, as no another speech' tonight by Her, John will' flU ..'. Rader aaaonnoad *...

f -sattOB almost as fret aa that which sudi an agreement has been Bade A wrll'I', of Plaat City, the speak- gageoeata. )(r. Cilahola is rise i
It ts wag known fact that the Hon
a | of the dtys most talented spekar
followed the tooting cf the Manhattan lag held on the lot adjblnlag
Bank eevera years ago.Blrhard Seaborn Wright was engaged by the Dade the Blau .* Hotel and commeao- sad la gifted with maaaarlnta. lav ,,
"O- Oray. the watchman tn County Prohibition League to rose to Mol Individuality that do not tall to Inspire
Z the big Century building. No. T4Broadway. and lUke one address, that of last night tug promptly at 'ZJt o'clock.Mr his hearehs with his manifest '

near the center of the This fact had been published consequentlyK W rsy come to Miami. not a earueatnes Th* people ef BUart<
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4 A financial. 41Ri kt. U now in the hoel was tapoctfbie for the coauaittee to accept stranger Tor several moth ago In a and Jupiter will hoar hint with nla. .t
>lval fferlag from wound recelv- series cf revival
at tie Baptist urs.R
and to such that
ej tn a desperate fight with two rob- acne any arrangement as Cbsren la this ". L. D. Low.. the ....-pbf ;-
: boon will maklag his round on the to wrongfully reported I dty, he tuned manyfoul minister of the X. Church.: South, s

4 laeueatk floor of the building artermldalgUi The report has Hen circulated for political -Dod burt my button! One of these day I'm going to try and cut the rope to that hammock front the wayward path ,to theme of this city accompanied by aJ. -. y ,
1 thla ax ralag. or canpacn purposes, and the Metropolis and give the old man a bump I narrow la martin bat broad In R. Blocks, of the Lemon dty :,

r Bleeding almost to uneonaclon- takes thfc Method of notifying the public.of I The spirit of Cuban unreel Is very strong anj may break out If -evolt gainst the United State* before reward. Be carries conviction In .hi.. honk left this. mornlnc for ally,., .
nee the old man refused to divulge the county that no such= arrangement basbeen many month. -New* ItemAIrEo .r um.lltaj] and largely through; him Palm and Cutter, to speak around :i
f the hiding plare of the key to more i .... Its for la the Homestead ....t17. BotA of"'
IVE progran speaking as recent vlctorte '
tran one hundred office In the bukl- were won for prohibition the4 young atlnlaten are ardent ".
tog and ball the robbers choloro- already announced will be carried out. Mr. In ijennesee! *. Those l in sym worker* for th* e.... of prontMOosihavlug \.

formed htm and made a search of Wright left tIllS morning for the northern party w.tft: prohibition will be glad demoaitratod their ability,at.
the lIalldlDC.11... the old mill revived part of the state,accordng to his plans when A AUDIENCE HEARD THE PHOHIBITI N DEBATEON they are cMised this after heart g recent mecttD .. ft

he staggered Jowa the nlne- lie tsar here
Mr. Wrsy "d those
opposed will
tees night of stairs, but the rob- OlD m DLERfl rtDDLX>
catch a ..taw' In aa attempt to contradict
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'tlen having fled bavtagt UBcce -
y *.fal la their search of the torn OF A PARTT BISCAYNE HOTEL lAWN-MASTERLY EFFORT ...... laU:, arguments, but with little Fort Worth. Te Oct. It... 8mMof h.:
w't 't dldiag.c OF SEVEN DROWNED effect' the best fiddlers la Tau wltt .

Detective any t\ey were after one rooted for the prise efTered by tn. 't
1 laitlcnlar safe la the balding containing Keyport. N. J.. Oct It- Harry LaterOwing to the rain this of- Fort Worth Fair for the old. n'> '
aecurltle. to untold thousands Piter. Edward Olson. Floyd Olsen OY HON. SEABORN WRIGHT-MCNA- ternoon the speaking will take placeat \ dlen coated, tile prtadpal aUr.. g.

IB vaJce, and Old not dare to Floyd llehoM and Charles Wlcks- the Auditorium, at the bow tlon of today program. The plane
"'v force he door of the room a* It burg members of a party of seven mentioned hoar The public are Invited of the rosiest for "break aowsTm .
would ring the burglar alarm. It who left Perch: Amboy la a surf to attend *.lealhon r.. U bettered a clerk long employed Inth beat last night to stilt K.1POrt..re MEE'S BAD BREAK Tomorrow night at the Mine time ed famous a* the 'opera ho**** hablob
P buldlag and in expert bank ddrowiied The boat caught lire and and place Or W. J. Carpenter, peetor Sarah Derahardt appeared a

thief were the would be robber the occupants overtimed It, being o( the Hyde Park M. E. Charrh when she visited Texas
Score* of dectoctlvn and he polk oihtiwls* unaMe/ to quench the flam- of Tampa, will speak to the people
today e.. The four perished and the other ca the same subject. .Thl gentlemen
Bi.anclal are
la the ydtatrtct
+ but far were rescued In an exhausted (From Thursday'sDally I* rotvldered on. of the beet Program ol Speaking
Marching for the men, so ) Jefferson Davis and u> on down to bad mere recently declared' that war
rooditica after cllnclag to the avertarned ,. tuen In the country a magnificent -
no trace baa been fouadBandreds One of the largest open air aoditnoee I some men of the present day theiropinions j and pestilence arc not each great
boat for several hoars. on prohibition He aim I true as the liquor traffic speaker from every point of
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assembled In Miami I
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view. and freeeat fact la sack; aainlerciUng
mentioned some newspaper thathave Yon can get any little old bobtailed -
that of last night to hear the debate That should
Narrowly ARCTIC STEAMER FITZ pro and con on probloltlon expressed an opposition; to prohibition 'I sheriff la Portland to give miss hearlag way.him His no one recent ad- -
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JEFF VTRECKED Following this the speaker kind of
Escape Death at Sea one It anxious wa* an enthnslaUe and willing to gathering learn all! declared that the Anti-Ptohlbltlon1st you want,any" aaxetted )fr.a statement Wright In yon reply Mm drew*.* for prohibition have made The schedule for speak**; far .btst aszhtarranged
famous throughout the South
t i Copenhagen Oct. 10The Arctic jiosslble shunt the cause of prohlbl wa in a* good company with tho I to the statement that prohibition fur by the Dads County prchMUoa
liquor men and their cause a* were had not prohibited in Maine League was carried sot through tht County.
4 steamer Friti Jeff which accompaa tk>B.and its results on the community i t,
New Y... Oct. 10 The Austria led the Welmaa expedition to Spltxek moraly. socially: and financially, those who were not I and that crime wa' rampant In Port. I Besides Hon Seaborn Wright 11using the ,
steamer Gulla. which arrived here )lr. MeNsmee argument then resolved I III"" "You have heard what my DAIRYMEN FARMERSAND k
burg, was tort off Cape Laagenea, sod the majority them learned peorto' of Mluri, Rev John A. Why poke
K today fiea Trlesto with TCI paseea- Iceland their .hf satisfaction and .he much abused theory friend read from Tom. Dick and Har- '
{ on October S. The captain learned to I to the 'people at Dania, and Rr. W J. :
? men had a.narrow escape from de- moral held by anti-problbltloDhota that iy and published by the Liquor
sod Oft en of the crew were drowned content that prohibition 1s .that Deal-I Carpenter at
mntction by Are IB mid-ocean dar -Prohibition Dots Not Prohibit" and ers' Association You know Ib STOCKMtNFrom Dra-ay d
t The eulldID, to a plank It I* elevating' that It :U a protection I N NI
lag, a violent stana oa. October t.r' and w.* rescued. to home anj home Interests and took a* the base for his contention linee of this kind Of tomyrot"A I Reports COM to Miami. thai omtoghk t'

The crew fought the flame all day ------- that It I Is good alike to the Individual and Illustration the stales ot Maine, to prohibition In Georgia Mr I the effect that Mr. Wray spoke IB one *f twIsrgeft
lffore extinguishing thorn while the and the community Massachusetts Kansas and other \\'right said that almost every county crowds gathered there _, we Hnd .

panic stricken pa enieri prayed for NEW YORK DAY They learned all this, and they H. declared that prohibition had not ; had had It for years, and sUteJ i children and for aa boar and a ..% u
kelp I learned the effect of antl-prohibition prohibited in these ..t.tflll. that crime that the present state prohibition I the people listened to his results tat the
all of
\ The fire .dlaeevered In the earro ,. that kitchen bar room Parts (Ithe Country are
upon the race problem, upon the labor : j-arapant bill was adopted by a four. -fifths majority I cans of trohibMoa After the address was
t, In the bottom .f the hold on the situation the financial con were In opertlon I He called attention of the membership of the leg
Xd of Octobers The wind was btow- AT JAMESTOWNMany : dltlon of a town upon, county and state. to several magazine article sub lulature I "You :have .heard rnfcat my I Il Psrtidpatint! in Big Conventionat finished a bug crowd of the attendants feW sowed

kp tea violently and the Cilia labored and more than that they learnea stantlatlng hit contentions> but did i I friend says from Jim l English of Ceo I Chicago Today Mr Wray to the hotel sad. thenj ea-. 1e.
,'tr bx-avtly tn the; seas. The paaeenger something about the clans and kind not read anv of them He declared ) il&: and he barks the statement of premed their appredatloa and sdariratlas

x teeane pants stricken after the hold of men mho would continue the -open that If the present prohibition wave I this had convict stem against the I Il often cause as he put M to tl ....and ,,_'
t: 11.' beta flooded aad part of the saloons which are annually sending revalled that fifty year from bow' ;| l people of the state aej would have' the dnmKtrstim, Dams wil lie decried

lYG cargo thrown Overboard. Prominent Citizens, Among countless thousand, of men, women !people will STkvltate back to the ) them classed as a lot of simpletons i, "for prohibition by the vote an Tuesday! t;'

and children to early grave and to presont He drew an awful picture j The blindest 10011 Is the fool who will' Chicago t ct 10-Dairymen farmers At DrtriT. Dr. w. I. Carpenter had *..|.

OfSROCHERS \ Them Governor Hughes, Visit the the deepest pit of poverty crime of Florida under a prohibition I tot see" and ttocfcmen from every part of attention, ftnflt ham al parts thereto m
RAYMOND privation and prisons They failedto reign and told of Cuban auRudente; Continuing OP the Georgia; prohibition the country' ire participating In the going;
Big Show Today learn one single raven why the and other liquor being smuggled; law' Mr Wright; Mid that he I :National D\lry Exposition which I hrv tun. tro. Buynlua. DeerMoV! l

saloons are a need or a necessity lathe through our shore helped to ps the law. but did not onfd| tod* at the Lnloa Stork II the Jommc: country, as wet as a trw hen !c
VERY B BtDlY[ INJURED community. I I From this Mr. McNamee got onto recognize It as described by Bob. "'I )ard.. Thf exhibition will remain West Palm Besch The awermg took plan .

The speaker were Hon. Seaborn prohibition In Georgia, and declare.! lad to come ill the way down hereto oven until ctober 1 t. Offlrlal of I Iin the town hal, and WM the wst iUstic ......
Wright, the gnat prohibitionist that Atlan'a Savannah and other have him tell Itco me He getsIt the United' State Department o' i one e< T Irt"IcIIn Defray Hd ebgsece
Norfolk Va., Oct. 10- With a Instrumental In send would not Agriculture and the National Asociatlcn .
that support
largely tit' state
.* San so ** of from the Liquor Dealers' As->ciallon and
1'b,.. trams punts wen Imtruafentsl to
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large attendance of prominent UUx log the State of Georgia Into the dry and enforce the prohibition law. MrMrNamee | 1o4 ble* their sweet scent of Dairy Instructors are aetlvHy | u
Raymond DesRochers of Lemon rank of prohibition and Hon RobtUcNamee. dwelt on this subject at ted in the exposition ,
City wa very painfully If Dot .ertVlcusly day celebrated at the Jamestown I protubmoimts of Delraye/ mat BV
waa vfctory s.
a paid advocate of the length and rldlculej the Georgialaw ; the saloon men and Bob" The Importance of sanitary method -
r Injured: sb not S o'clock this exposition today Governor liquor men The speaking was from He declared that a man Is not |, Relative to the assertion of MrMaVamee la the manufacture and market- tie! :
a V Afternoon by being- thrown from a.notcr Charles E. Hughes delivered the the grounds of Ibe Blscayne Hotel In bad rompany when he stands for : : that the Gevrgla: law lug dairy products from the time the

cycle through one of the glace principal addrees, after which he and a* early a* 6 o'clock In the .ve. the open saloons and from that motel world penult of locker club, MrI milk sigmas from the cow until the | airte.lt.rml college* will deliver left .
windows of Budge hardware store.Tb. van tendered ft public reception at Dill the crowd began to assemble, dovn to Florida. and aserte-i j I I Wright *ald "If we have licensedany tnlsh-d article reame the eonaamr tore daring the nposltloa.
'k' young man wa riling the the auditorium fully; two thousand persons being that tner. had< been seven more : right to any club: In O.ortIa.and will be llustrated at the show I A number of eoaveullou of (nrsstn -
; Via kites north' on Avemue Dw'" he Governor Hnchea: was accompanies present at 7:SO o'clock when Senator murder and six more assault In If h. can prove It. I will send mv by the dally operation of the latest dairymen "dL creamery seem
went to turn Into llth street launme her by a large party. Including the F. M. Hudson introduced M'McNamoe Jackon county a dry county than I check for flO to any charity yon dairy; mchkn of thoroughbred i, will be held la eonnectioB with the
manner he lest control of the members of his military staff, the th"re were when It was wet. He maw name You bet your sweet lira I cows frarlous breeds are snow. Gold, silver aad bronze mod-
machine and It crashed Into the New York State Jamestown Export Mr. MeXame Speaks Illicit stills In Jackson Kbown fed and '. sis *000 win
told of two every one of tie four-fifths of the while being milked and fl In cam prises. t.
curbing. throwing him iito the glass tloa Commission, committee of both The speaker prefaced his remarks county, and w.s Interesting so far Legislatewho!! pined the bill knew cared for :Noted experts of tae be rilstrlbcted among sseoeeeful **- I
window He was badly eel 4bout Inures of the state legislature anda I by stating that h.. appeared with a Ss :1* went aDd from his way -f what they were doing Don bdworried Ctreinnnt and the leading state blbitors,
the face sad bead. aDd after belag and eecort OwIng I
cavalry Infantry ; dbuibllty toe..-
Ihyslcal owlirg : :about tbe law; the governor w
rescue! from the debris wa' carried to previous arrangement Oov uous campaign In Wt Florida. H, I thUiklngMr.. W riftit e AdOreiMMr : will enforce It "

to the offce' of Dr. Oramllag tor Hugh has been compelled" to decline then paid the e.mtinianr compliment I Wright followed )lr. McNam I, "Two of rout rooitle went dry You

treatment '. the Invitation of Governor .. to the audience. Udlc, etc., and bo I and like his opponent was com. .t..rd"y and this one l Is '1 n.ln". : Do Like The Proposition? t
The machire was a sew one sad Bwanaon to go to Richmond tumorrow can by arraying: hlicwlf a* a poor fl.mentarv to the audience, the l II a- The saloons sir, t a going: to open '
? was bring takea to Len 4 the young nan It was reported bot the guest of the Virginia State the Georgia prohibition movement I I to the town and after. relljting .. menoa are inffertng with the I 1 1I

r+ later that one arm was broken. FaIr. Mr McVamee went back Into that a little bare-footed boy *.tnr. complaint as Bob. The ttorn 14
aclent history and dwelt with tie .i Ikhlng that afternoon from the dork I, coming over Tampa way too and I The Hon Robt McNamee'. liquor advocate. declared .la hue speech

-oastitnttonal convention of twenty- {I I.I bad said It was the bullied town In it I"I going to bit bard last night in substance"License : :

five yam ago: and lead from that the country srwratMrea with his Conio'titlng on the rtate constitution i the saloon but make It. crime pwnkahaMe by lauiiileo l1al.'
That First Vote <>a o prohibition aa| the prohibition :Ufrlend{ In 1ooIIIC: the first part of his adopted more then twcntrvcarr or confinement in a lunatic asylum for s man to become drank." 4t:
mtvement. Oerlarirg that the 'aw- 'I read from liter*-
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speech, which ago )fro Wright stated Just think/ ol H. you unfortunate men who sometime become fcitosj
makers of oar state ltd not believe : sure of the Liquor Dealer AsaoctMton the men who paut'cllt were the very I'
need becatM of the influences and Inducement put before you by the barroom -
elate prohibition the right thlngjn-1 He -o offered tf give copies once that are giving: the l>*ople the
coae< neBtly made the law peed to one who the .. He would put yow In )ail or sn asylum, but world nothunc wkk
"q" ] the lltertnre any right today to vote on liquor I
Ton are a yang BMB about to cast pea tint vote. sure tn i i Sic :
to permit of local option election. I wart to pre erve it, quantum There. I I. not one of them the man who) sell you liquor until you are crunkI ..
nnlght
l' tote ea the UfiHir nmeetloa.. Have .. .;nloft. Bout Eodfw. Be Ho then made the frank admission Mr Wright then declared that the i,i i living who will get eat and oppose I this not sa insult to you? He care nothing for yow or your fsmdy. *

are .. cat at: la stacks way that you w D be proud of It year that over In Orlando he had beenrlaaved liatemerj accredited to Lincoln.Da- !I jou" he *ald. Getting down to statistics -, His only thought and interest to In the bar keeper, who s.4.) yow Uqwor until <4

...--. Gather la roar umtad .D the snra who vote for Ucease, and by a Baptist preacher a* aaemissary vii and ethers, who. lived In the past, I be recited hat Florida pail I you are drunk. He i ia the hired. orgmav-the mouthpiece ot lie liquor mea* ,'
wKe vote Xe Llreaae. the two of the devil vnatgned saJ unvouched for. I Iani I I out last rear In the neighborhood of '
all the fps Oomnare toaipeato asa Are you !going to fall in line with him and the people be supoorts, aid
+ Then Mr. MeNamee began to read assorted that the Lincoln state- j| f 1 .20,000 for :'Iqwr tax and that J
? { whale aad decide which yea prefer t* Joia and to ad* wlfb. It Kentuckyjind who he would have sell you liquor until you are drunk and. then .have yew
H* read extracts from the organ of medt was prepared la the government revenue from liquor '
'e Is, a wan let ftmt shot he aa the right *.. the Liquor Dealer Association quotations as ah offset to that credited to Car- ,I thrown into prtoon or asylum? Hi statement ws* too great Ml .... ItlIare. >> ,

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The Weekly Miami Metropolis TO MR. FLAGLERThe I TELL THE TRUTH A GOOD SEASON


I Metropolis believes with all ,1 I The following paragraph taken There ta every lDdJeat"that" Florida L Echoes From Ranks of Prohibition 'I

.. B. Tatam President 8. Bobo De&&. See.-Tra.
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sincerity that la the event the ope from a column paid for and conduct- to to have the greatest tourist

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY saloons are voted out of the county .. station In its history and that. peoI -
.1 l l Inv the saloon moo In tb Prnfa-

Six .months ... . . . $1M One year ... .............11.00 Hut the offlrfrs of the Uw will ei cola Journal!. appeared In the Miami will nock to the state from every
crt their errry effort to nee that the paint and part of the globe SEW TORE TRIBrXB MAKES the South as follows Tke taadity'
,, Thom paying la advance will receive a rear1 subscription for $160 Uw U rigidly enforced against blind !\.quci organ that paper apparently It Is a well known fact that. the STARTLING l COMPARWO mental reason an attempt keep) "

aad six months subacrlptloa for 71 cots Thla la a liberal dlaoourt to Indue { tigers and the liquor traffic In any i wilfully. and mailclou'iy" crediting. Inters In the north are mure reponslble I liquor frcm Alarge :l'
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utrletly advance payments.
form whatnoever.
for the of
success oar louriHt share
| and commenting upon the same as Ii) says: ''. drink bill of tki of t. 'a 1 .
The believe that theauthorities
Metropolis
than f'1_ It :
seasons anything
I the South la don, by aegroca, aarolable -
the Journal!
utterance of United
tie Postofflc at Miami. Florida, second-claa matter. ronscfcwilous _.. an i i State la one IUU0. fourI
Entered at u II are In a barometer that controls theMNithem best with a
It believes that they are la accord I "In the county judge court of winter travrL If the m Inter i I hundred le, m11.. two hundred whiskey a bottle, eml charges the negro

I with law and order, and It believe Jackson county Florida,vMarlanns) to Ute and mild in tie north thlrty-U seven hundred ,Into daagrroa Wo .
OCTOBrR 11. 1WO7r a
FRIDAY that they appreciate the enormous I daring the four )ear proceeding the travel ta leas, but If It to earlier. two dollar All tile corn, what hare no doubt that c.a Urge to
--- bend of pwWie opinion I favor of the lui-fesn of the proiiu'i1 .t im Se- rye oats buckwheat and mJ
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and more severe the travel ta greater ty of the crimes attributed to i iI
with the that I resent there were doing away open bars The winter of the far northern and e. '
PROSPECTS FORCE THEM TO TELL i ItThe. I era Btgrces can b traced!
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Is now sweeping the country. If this CSM-S I wrotem states are becoming so settre to and Th*
BRIGHT IK LAST WEEK I WHERE LIQUOR WAS BOUGHT In the cart during the ', liquor Ilao I
Ix true oar laws will be enforced. name ; that thousands of people are trl costs more .e people reeognlxej -
It U folly mad aa insult to oar I tour years under prohibition. ending | iiuble to stand hem and they year than civil series this a J
The last week of th. fight for Not an arrest for drunkenness 17 the.-. rtMk-l-. ) our and ablate Pr
pro-I citizenship to uy that the saloon \ujuit 1S07. ware iMunt of .. arrar. airy: and the
necessity a preservativetu eoDr. I llon has the .
klblUon and cleaner moral, made In aa entire week. Not a case seemed b .
loake our bnsinrsthat without them I td 864 criminal cat. Thus Ui wscoiiclurlrely health and to river harbof and bll; all
comfort
and even
IB Dado county of kind of disorder la the Manlrlpal controlling the .bo.
perity and happlaesa any that prohibition Increases we pay for local government eo"
town amount ;
to
a or community life, seek climate. al
dawna bright and with chanceajgreater I court Monday morning and j It: a warmer I Dal tonal, I We think I U .Bkelyto 1
I I nothing or will be killed. It is folly | crime instead of reduc.ng Florida to their logical rendesvoas ltt and county *; succeed In tkan It over
than ever for the closing tile town reported; by the police l. &
) that and all schools in the country
t" say ouroaI1.t season will The comment of the liquor organ and they hie themselves" awayto in tke In Boutkerm
of the saloons, and quiet and orderly. : r.le
forever open In fact this government more
be affected. No will believe part
sane person folios! It to tbe e\hlleratUg elthtate -
enjoy
was aa : the dominating have ft
'r Mcoaaarlly soon thereafter of many | Has such a condition existed in i thlfc. 1t.. reflection .nd .. for liquors than for every functionof 11.t race
a : the warm sunshine, the bratIng law.It .
01 the places of vie and evil that I Miami la the pan jwo years or morIn I The Journal Is an ardent probl- every lord of strong lreat to enforce the
Imalt to the thousands of Uw abide CO\fm..L-
I bltioo and Is doing good work the fishing and the many pleas.brew I Is of a Urge e.
floviUh and are maintained only by i which there hive aot been arrests : paper t adYtap .
the Unueneo of the saloon ant th.dbm for drunkenness and other offeritee I lag temperate people who yearly I for its side.but It will tell the truth:' I and recreations" that can be I joy ilty of white men to keep 114w.
come to our state county and city found no where else In America: but JI'GDE UDg1.ET OP frees the
they attract to the city and due directly to the fact that to their vacation I The above paragraph brought away negroee
spend Itseshiler.ting
enjoying IK '
:I the offender under partially I re. COURT BATS: "In the North there to itch
was n-DL D
or
___t .
.
climate, flailing huntIng | forth the following reply from thu Already they are having colder general advantage to the ruling
The Inti-ProhlbltlonlcU are advancing under the Influence of liquor Who I
I I Md natural advantages.It I Journal: which corrects tho malicious weather than Banal at this teams class anJ the liquor
!
many remarkably, silly arguments r can remember a Monday moraine hi folly to that the great "The liquor problem la the MOST latt a
say of the tat the north. The
In behalf of their cause tn the tecentaor distant put whenone hotels of the East Oo at Hotel System misrepresentation of the Miami weather year reports show this and returning I\PRTANT. I have divorced fOr very strong. The situation .the
fore I.. different and
entirely
They are stooping to unfair means cr more unfortunates, that had or any other hotel will not be | liquor organ and knacks out the argument I home people and early capl. and mal more I ,

false nod redJcukms statements. In (alien I bt the *Ti side.did not appearfor opened because proprirtors can of the Pensacola liquor I visitor tell of the cold they have than that mast; b.". fined alt snreena of Southern Prohibition

aa ecdeavor to carry their point ana I trial! :n the police court sxit di.11q...... to thf'Ir.u dealers: rnrounttrd. Forecaster and thosewho thousand; have tlkf to thousandsIn not be featured by Northern =
i+nee with It. We think It
We dOIl'11110.. what sort of an all over and tbu.
It !I. reflection the moral Jai
damnable artumect the liquor element aid a of Mr. VUjrter on and the t.tegrhy other- "But tbe Record: which is not a I mho make a study of climatlcalconditions the eoutr.C.Ub' of prove a excellent thing for tt
in their
i prohibition ardent or otherwise : are pronounced Bouth. and for the negro.
... of thom will bold water or I their ornsJn will put to explainthe oBclalii of the Florida East ConutlUUwsy paper CRIME la t>* LIQUOR .
: did not 'tell the truth' whenIt opinion that the winter 1s to be athere Can there doubt u th*.
who Miami any
hare aa effect on the public condition that bas existed la who considered] Inere are two hundred tkoaaaad b t
are
in sine the I among credited the above statement to one throughout the coonThis boys la jail two million children truth of With a Uw
bare come to really and appreciate the past week. or our bralnteet cltlaesto., that they ; .
t the saloon aa lawleva Institutions saloons close! op at midnight last V4oabl be ao shallow-mlnoed aDd I The Journal. try.. .. reasonaoie la Industrial .I&\'e. I the people lately prohlbttlag the isle of .
duos will finds Tbe Journal never made the as. being tree It to talr knew the I In this county, we can and 'w.Ul premt -
earee to oar dtisensalp and Monday night. Bat they ehoe-dghted aa to attempt or do any I, tw predict that we are to have abeat fat" aV
increase !) solution. The prohibitionists section about the number" of cYlm negiw from obtaining I
that corrupt moiala anJ a of the petty little things that the Ii tourist season-onr state flood I --- *

vila and vice. contend and the Metropolis contends i Antl-ProhlMtkNilsts. rome of them i I I teal lrtC es In the county judge'I { t\. with good ...-.bklbal people HE.\R RENDERING APPEAL u entirely.

0.. week from tomorrow and theUtUe with them that It I Is due directly. to rwployees Mr. Flagler. who owe at Marianne. That assertionwac alto) will come here' for the reasons ROM BOTHER Many claim that I the .t i

will be fought at the polls. f the casing of SAtoons. They were 'I practically their all to him are aas : made by the Saloon Interests and pleasures. above recited.. HEUSRk gnus dry tourists 1I .

t The Metropolis looks fora V gruntprohlbltlon i put out of the way of the drinking .*. rti.g he will do. of Prosscola and tbe deduction And Florida Dade Coanty' and elsewhere. They now ar "
victory. I Have give It a thought Em4oye Miami were never better able to arcommodate > pt
Its manhood of the county riM up with their Imbibing. Taey could yon mud by those same inter to lose sight of t .e m.mb fo exactly the opposite re- .
who and for their vtoltim -
| s. ftgumtively speaking. : care ''
IB Ma might and show that K U for not get It aad consequently remained ..... Is absolutely false"The est mason 'fur n8t IL
t tag their existence to Mr. FUgler, and guests than now. All have
.too. morals a clean oouniy and for sober. knocking and reflecting OB his abilHjr increased number of casesIn had a season of progress and pros' Plbltt partyof wrongs Daring a long visit North. I met
B ptwperlty' to on* and all alike The closing of the saloons win business that the county jndze's court In Jack- 'Iel set Itself to rel. many pple0 had been to MIqy
> as a BUUS. Saying perity. The state ta developing
beto,. prohibit in that It will diminish the ; for tne three four of what I I" ami .. aentlmont WM
that .. ban news enjoyed l.e will do thing that aothlBg bat win county past or town h growing the peopleare ta 1. I tl.
naveate evil. That la the fundamental principle Is accounted for the fact very I the noblest to voiced by bank president U Wea-
It looks to see men wfeo I' fool would consider. Spreading van by nappy and contented. and all In ee m a
,e .pe. In Bin by drink and even of prohibition. trcadcatt reports that mean nothing that this court has been furnished all we are in a far better position I I buttle. To this end w* repodur a ten New York "I hare 'u

some of those who a are sold and Since the above waa written the .... but Intimations that be U weak with a prosecuting attorney by the and condition than ever before to I letter lately written by a sufferingHe M"el winters and the .
Jtopnaed U to their lellow men unUl Metropolis learns that the police county commissioners and U now to a judge in Cleveland. runalng down bill-the asloona at.crowdlsg
atentallv and *n biased<< IB favor of ear for the thousands who "'
( they were drank come to their wade two arrests for drunkenness I n"-o.. that he will deem It ImposMbto i doing practically ALL of the business now. ate beginning to come -1 "For ten 'fears I have suffered and us out. It la ao place t sy

.meet and Tot a dry ticket They during last night Now. the Metropolis to do business without them. ,' which was previously done In us. Let as give them n glad .It ned, stood all the mlr that take ear wires sad daughters

wffl show that they ar* atlll men and the law-abiding citizens Tl. reflections they are canting upon SEVENTEEN justice district scattered ception. drink, briegs to a I.a more than a temporary rteJU" 4,

and can tend a different and better of Miami and Dad county demand a man who made his great wraith throughout the county. In -0 I eland I any lDC. I shall r Hach reports spread rapidly and]
It of the authorities that they other words ONE court la now* doing or 1 I[ which ow than liquor
life. at the sam. time making Mrtsidr of and without the aid of While Taft Is away the mete will "h.l keep away fa more f
force the offender to tell where they what SEVENTEEN cou.ts did before to and take III*. would
I aeihl. for their children sad their ImrrnoBM, and who ban been the ria,. G0 my I tempt Very tl,.
Mothers aad fronds children to bought the liquor sad that they greatest benefactor the East Coanc -.--- "I have tried to live honest and T. W. )lATE ft.

grow BB In tke way that they should"gn. muse a rigorous prosecution of the I II. and Miami has ever hd are nothing That accounts for tbe Increased That reckless pilot who bumpedhis tring op iny children likewise anl ,

moral anJ sell-respecting men perH>n* s 11trg It to them. Thelaw abort of bnee and vile insults to this number of cases in this particular boat Into the royal yacht will so but I can not attfvemysltsn i THE OPKX g.\LOOX WILL

and women. has teen violated and It U I .... (iurt and neither Prohibition nor < my children any longer BE ALt
"-. who, by his ability In surIHAeiaUBg I a rut until New Tear's. I 1 c'8C
ft. If yea ar* IB favor of prohibition their duty to try and apprehend and I'' obstacles ..d. dogged Uhlsfcey has had anything to do //"t o with tea alit bread to pay up saloon

F dent be ashamed of it for It Ia punUh the violators. pemlntrnry to succeed, has reached 1 with the Increase. did the editors of'the liquor oebta and never see a change, only t Mr. Small expressed hi* roafldeat

v derating, I"fADlDe..d above all More than this, the Dade County the hlchent pinnacle of financial sucrr And furthermore, there U not s organ leave Orange county rlak.. abuse Insults, long wearyuUhts belief that the Ual St 8apreme

-> law abiding and Uw reapoctlng.: Get Prohibition Leagu propose to take honor and Integrity. | man of Influence or standing In and come to Miami and Dade of :' .tlllc. sickness mis- Cart ..1 enc days 4

nut and tell It mad tp! ae weaker up the matter and. probe It to the >o, Mr. Flaglrr has not said he I Jackson
broiber and being to realize: the tore. It H one of the purpose. of will do any one of the things the '; attempt to get up a petition' to vote every Interest he I'f'pl'f'RDtecf'bat I thirej no Uw fo me? Can I the saloon I* Itself .m un-

.. aameYoa will stand better and the organIrstlon to not only cause I liquor advocates are stating he will 1 the county wet again are th ej. doing now TB.rtow. hare peace* AU I ask U peace .1.tlo.1 aa institution aa a 1 a

Blgaer' In the community by ao Ao- the closing of the optn saloons but ..... Mr. lager ta not la a habit i CWI1I the Record now tell the ice ard be away Iron my CreDt. or lrty o a gambling den.
to nee that the blind tigers are $ has been raised shall I go1 mad. This The famous decliloa of he "
ta&L of barirg his nnderllngs and hlrrbnr I troth In the matter by publishingthis C lea
cloved welt If the officers of the
aa class night hav* not slept tare Court la th case
his and explanation' from third class to secono. *
< do talking spreadingto : o f
law fail la Joli g their dsty or are My nittle I is dying or (11 U, Ill that
THE cOSTCl the world Ms Intentions. Their I Brother have made'a and the government Is asking forbids ; boy lllnl ) i
found to be affiliating with or protecting you re-
llrraarro are fabrications, pure and for a new np-to-dat: building Do yon know the long legislature ae only authorised t
'ROAD BUILDIKG In any manner the liquor simple and insults to the man who : quest which can not be compiled to be used for that purpose and weary nlghta of J'ptherT Is It not preserve the ,.bl welfare and *

? Mr. XdwtB Nelson baa made ,a traffic and la1lo.1..t'SS l they will be I* and baa fed many of them for ; with. The liquor organ could not bartow U In a prohibition co.lit,. lad to see your 0' helpless a right t pas any enactment that }.

artful study of the coat of road Impeacebd and their removal au.ad. )ears.Bnt. I tell a truth and stick to It If it -- you and near death, then t will bargain the public "U or s
The Uw mast and shall b* I. hare stat-gerlcg fall Into the the public morals will .
a man
press.dent
convictlabor tried. ElM ambla county went wet by only b
3j betiding In Dade County by the public are wi! e to these I
and
protected supported.
and write the Metropolis relative : know their a total rot of IM. Peasacola house and have to sit for hours and lor Federal action denying the
policy ,
l.-op" They aI
-0--- I gave a set majority of 541. bat this listen to [abuse heaped upon you* legality of the salooa 1
to the aama: nf rule or ruin and they know that
.
Ob. God! This atone rs ) '
something for me.judge"
PROHIBITION offset and reduced to 114 by
the WILL was 'D
ru "ervral men mm talking oa WHISKEY AND the greatest difficulty with which ion la the
eau a lottery
v street and one ot them advanced the some of them contend U the truth LESSER LIQUOR TRAFFICIt the splendid dry vote of the rest of white.the Federal o
r able to THE RACE PROBLEM the county The country precincts G"ea'
wfll not be
right Idea w. Rene* their utterance' of wild and I absolutely .

Valid any. more toad sin this county When Hon. Seaborn Wright the I IUy reports" made for the purpose I* a common: DOtI1IIeaIp- did themselves proud.e A NORTHERN more pointedly JL this U-guagw

if It gees dry because there wont great Grortls orator and Prohibition i>l toflnmeinit and creating" a arfltlMewt I went of the AaU-ProhibltloBlsts that '-e- -- want OJI SOCTHERY ARGnn PROHIBITION apply, whea expressed 11'0141 with reference
New York who
women
# W any convtcU to do the work. among the class that are not prohibition does not prohibit. They the
to
t Miami
ItlonUt. who peaks ) a audience of lam business.
Too bad: yes too bad. tomorrow night la joint debate the keepers" of their own mind : place their contention solely In a to rote also went the privilege i 1- la n +

But Vt as flaw a little. During with the Hon. Robert MeName -- I I figurative manner aDd would have entering restaurants aaattentted at Editor Metropolis-la a recent edU and proceeding Intent, I 1.mp"atl I. t
101 had Itbe eight Well there air restaurants tonal the!editor al tet j
w
Ole year 1101 and public believe that prohibition of "The Rural New
the we eta get inch a .,-
of Tampa oa liquor problem case
y 460 arreata. and theaaertfl : THE REWECONOMY I unount In New York where they can enter Yorker" explains .
IB tke county spoke to the public of Pensacola a I I to nothing so far as pre. I the remarkable ton. we bar no need to worry ,
$ collected :$ .IU U fine and I vesting the sale of intoxicant !. any oil time of the night, with or t -mperano> movement throughout the
I tout uo.
short time tine and drew a deadly i II _
1 without .
sir tortelttrrs.. There was paid Into the 9 DC'ftW'd. Rat let as see ( :a man.
picture of the part which the I
couatr for liquor/lic nea the sum loons la the troubles I John D. Rockefeller tbo sunset >I There l, a moral a legal and a -o--

of ".ttO. and Date County ha the race pay la the. Sooth today II-I i of life has not become prsin.Ietlc. I IWTipt.raI"w prohibiting murder. The editor of the Key West Cutr '

tots of convicts to work on the roads told a tiath which eVery man within ,I sad I* apparently not seriously distprbe4 jl'ipltht'l'i prohibits the offense, bat D was attacked by two men i

r, loot look at what. It has cost ns bU hearing. at one recognized by the multiplying trouble 1 Uiey diminish and partially do named Recto last Thursday nifbt. Judge Minor S. JonesIn

"From carefully going over the and admitted. -. I nf the great eorp.Jrauo".b1ch. he I nway with the crime. Without the and struck by one of them. Th*

t books of the county commissioners ha created. He says ."My faith In :, law murder would br rampant on attack however has not c+caused Editor '

.e find that to prosecute and tAke "Put two ufth.-oa. white the fiit jre in boanllees. WA are i every hand. Thompson to change the policy'' Favor of "

car of then crimlnAla. ninety per and ODe colored-Jn the same com ,i l lont in the Infancy of our economic I' There la a Uw prohibiting larceny. of his paper that was ... ''

eftof whock are mad by the sasoona. manit,. Let them hold the same development, which must proceed, .. and crime of every nature yet seta for the trouble. .poD.lbl.j' Prohbiton

It the tax payer7 have to pay kind of ..nleN. sing the same songs I I It has followed during the past a I UHT are prohibited aa the liquor 4

't IU.4SS. Had w* not better hire and preach from the same text anda forty years, the line o* e,'nBolldatlcn element would hare the public con. Monroe county has fallen In tine. I I i'

...4 this work dose I can furnish aaKenJsea the race'world problem that either U th* thinks last thing about In and co-operation. Ton uk mel | sine the word and the meaning of The county commissioner at their Judge Minor M Jone. o the Crl cost which coartne 1

..t.' list of tilt expense to anyone I! I .
Interested." "Bat pill the pulpits oat *f thoethwrrhea I I by the law and held IB check. election for November IIU .
'ter4 of the business corpoiatlon or and dry t 1..1;county was In.the heat a prohibition ejection, Jndge Jones ,
.IS These. are bat a few facts that ( laatall In 'each a bar with I: trust so called I This Is the very purpose and ob re's success to those good law- I' wrotel under dale of 7 0. from his < 'Ni

t" mast remain undisputed relative toy a white aproa 'd bar-tmder behind -I that faith in the Standard | jest of prohibition whew applied to abiding cltlxena of Key West aad O -.t h a TI.Y to the < ,
tra.Ha to cbconnly. ., 1C and let one go to dlslilag rat My my 1 the editor of the M. Latin Oonnty, Tribune follows: (t'
the cost of the llqnvr Oil Comport, lot IDlltaD. open saloons. It will prohibit Monroe county who would do away <

'f The way:the county con-: Itqwor lo white, sod the other to was never gi ater than It is at (be I their operation. No one will deny with the open aaloona. I' "$.h expertrnre and Wrvatl: >n b given me an averUaaj <

A. vide are handled ana worked- 'to* colored patroma, and yom have a race I present hour. It bah a future that I this, and when the open saloon IsI -o-- lbe.1 Mach rtprrlence ha* mt
i o.11 < I
.
jeopU pay dearly for errry mil of pruMras Inside of tardy ....IN. I done away with the evil I Is lemnened. Roosevelt irmoralliafioa C,1
I I.mill far tranrcead Its acbU'vcmenuot President announcusonce that to .i.b eng-rvd the saloon, and that <
., toad built to the county. Do away "It was whit men'a liquor in the I the past. So with nil tbe great 1! Thus to prohibition effective. Uquorwill more that hla contempt for the nch demoralization b

with the saloon aad w* will bit better frenzied brain of drunken negroes I I i indnstrml cxrporilion It U the I probably be nude! and assumed. woman who shirks her duty as wife overpower all Influence and-teaching- r-Ma ,
; ,
able to stand a tax that will enablethe that anted the Atlanta race riots. Undency (f tte: age ut:mtilne I' an long as we hare a .world but the and mother U equalled only by his ..u. and parental. I sways and harden the C e barkeeper

: public to hire competent and That U a fact which: no man This tendency will become even movement and wave of prohibition t.rorn for the mollycoddle who would and patron*. ( 'I I

valuable road building labor. ever thought of denying or willl b"l I' The now sweeping the country la goingto beat lu his Q Kroner ,. .
l more marked as time paws not gladly take a gristly or U n the milk of h._ dried up
-.i tempt to Jenr. It the ..MI'f'aaDd: resolve from one .w h fAl
waa
into
5 open Industrial combination as* becomea naked hands and lick him a In the heart of the who the .
Governor Broward was one of the censed barroom that caused. the i' fixed feature of our economic I preventative to another until It win hamburger salad ni. "o and sooner o later

big men at th* waterway convention bloodshed sad terror in Atlanta, and '' scheme It has come to be revogclxed 1 be so restricted that few will wantor a I the habit of attending I will end In disaster .the seas who spend

f' Ten Is 11 ttl*. doubt he measured It U the open licensed bar-room l I! 1 that bu"'iqes on a successful have a thirst for It. Which U the more prcfltabls sellIng c time In It. r .

.p with uy of '... that U at the bottom of a Urge:: seal. can only be carried on. and One of the charges of the AnUrrohlblUonbiU .- Ieb, retail or wholesaling It 1"all Ives are soctil and ronvtvtal .nature, and aUi' 0 .I t

---w--- part of the trouble between the I 1: are Inlerecti ot every one conserved, Is that prohibition to the bar rooms! The question t all ion are likely .wrpl by <
Ocala Is going to hav that "::om- races everywhere I I by means of combination Only will Increase the number of blind I kneed not b* answered for any fool t I -. < it

; lag oaf convention and It will be "The negro Is not Inherently: a through combination and cooperation tigers throughout the roCIIt,. I'.- I knows It. 'The local Ice factory, even debt hand eves and to rid b nrdertm; the f.t.Bnt andhOKlemt < .

-e a big event. Th* board of trade bad citizen The sober industrious can an even b&lanoe be main Vi certain conditions It might bat sow, cannot nppl> the demand and U that our Omit Creator established To strong anew

hat takes the matter la baud aad hard working negro seldom. It ever I ICuts I I tained." the Prohibition league doe not propose had to send to West Palm Beach the saloon .ever danferoM, to weak men I.taxTitaMy ran***?, <'

whe. the leading ciUsens of Ocala Cato trouble. He Is trusted and I In the opinion of Mr. RockefelIrr to give np the fight aa aoon for a carload to help out. That "I not tm sumptuary and I believe
strongly
d .1. t.
:p )ut their shoulders to the wheel r",pcted by his white neighbors | a.. the county goes dry. Far from looks like the saloon are effectingthe : (.5 .
"there can te turning back the tienry I Bat the _
personal liberty.
I no ; necessities the social
.C they arrer tall to do their town cad they live aide by aid, each In to the I "... The organization te permanent business of the Ice factory.Let o o -
We not return '
postchaueand
\ credit Starke Telegraph. bU respective sphere without make i, can tavern days While' the few and It ta the purpose of the League Mains have made nec>M4ry sad established the power t restrict 'i

r a or friction or trouble of any the ''to work In eonJwnctloB and clone man poor worm take hop. (and fevtraln those natural right, the nrrcwe at which militated
regrettably injured by
.t. Seabora Wright, the 11-Inch prohibition I kind. i were coming of the railroads, the thousands I I affiliation with the oaken I of the He may yet be recognised as human j again the mass; and arHy. a Ihlnkms; men have agreed that ,
r.. gun of Georgia who led the law In seeing that the Jaw ta en- by the other rex. The women"s club ,
"Bat when a shiftless worthlessnegro were benefitted. And so In O the' open ta a nvwt frnHfkl aster want sorrow, antic '
i Bght that knocked out the Uq.ort. furred. will admit 0 't
They hare decided to
pay particular at- of Chicago
I
fills on white men's whiskey all other lines. The level of 1
u: traffic IB that state, has accepted aaInvtteUoB and proceeds op to spread terror I' prosperity which trade fair combination 1 tentlon to the blind tlarn,.aad will n.en as members In truth they f4n, .well all its awfal .... The sale ef tlc

to go dews Into Dade the I have regularly employed regents tathe hare been ad mil tit:g them for sometime be .regulated a* to br ronrvKtent whh the public good, but the < ,
through community, he not only assures U much to be preferred ;Ito
here a wet" or4rr" contest boa Arid to bate and ogre evidence and result the female saloon will always be <
causes trouble, bat the Innocent ;; a abort period of great prosperity u a spew repugnant to good morals and .i
and talk for prohibition HOD.o against each and has In the meantime Increased !
1 law-abiding, lad respectable members followed by a marked period of depression I rvtry. person membership Mfety. < .',
Frank Clark ta ales expected to I who attempts lo operates nnUwfnl 20 But what do
of his race suffer IB COD_ which was the way In the per cnt. "It to to co tr.J the appotHes >rew. sad :
l lead a .acl.-U" Oak Democrat w I gln-min. and each ant" everyone the men do when women have h.r 0 "l "Ac

Cafortuaotely It" very probably quence. old days. of then will. be vigorously p uaeeuled. a t fart makes the only, diffkal'y In the way of prohibtUon. Pat down .;
)Ir. Cart, .will be usable to come "The good negro la the community I II Whatever happens we shall not return fight'e I '
; --- anion and the liable steered whit an
and does not utend far any such a to the old methods. The conditions I th "i 1 t t I
her*. Bat be It ao. his heart I The solicitor of the criminal Court Commenting on the statement of that shocks the ,
J ... ea> vora are la th cause of I condition as this bat what can the of the past will prevail no l< la fall sympathy and Accord'with a commercial man that his business O effrontery n. and I.ha o the acncheetrlrtam.

IuelblUos. pood negro: do when an open grogshop more. New conditions call for new the prohibition mnvrnsenC The baa more than doubled in Fort Rat the .Ia tiller" ta weaker than Ha ronqw er. the :.

--e taada oa every corner ready djastmebts. Legislation that to not I judge of the court the sheriff Pierce and St Lode county since naloon. I ta side the unmitigated ben 0 the Uw, while the an. ,i

t.' Boll MefJamee mad a rtproarlagstwch to entice: and debauch the weaker i(; destructive bat that will meet the i are men who will do-their dm i In they, went dry, the Fort Pierce Tribune ta "lf nn by teebniral rights fearVient ta Ma
n1
t. over ta. PenaaeoU In hubs members of his race? It might be teqalremebU of the new economic' the.prfnUma. With these offi-trr" ."This man talks .. thus endowed with the nf
r.rk decency a legal while '
tIC the whiskey Interest bat the re- different with them If the good nsgroes I will shape Itself after radical experiments supporting prohibltlow, and each do. from rxperience. He knows what I. l .
1 would ban been the without did act have to suffer forj i have fAll... bled tiger" .more O.MlOd to the very rngwery
pall same lag his sworn d"". It will not b; a his business was when the open saloon .o
ft. Th* eloquence of an sage I ,' hue. things, hat they do suffer and "--+-- difficult matter to not only do sac, war la operation la Fort Pierce secrecy which I abide*. In the ".a 01. o i 1'

I j' neW not bar veered those .*t they do get the blame when they Moat newspapers In Florida now wtth the open aaloona, but with the and h, knows what It ta now, sal friend of mine, "a licenced Un with both eyes open I r

near* voters one way or the other are la no wise responsible.' stand out uncompromisingly for prohibition blind tiger b* talks hard down sense that a t deadly than many blind sees" the "Mind tbrtreainly1 '

They wet. for whiskey first. last "Run the saloons eat of ore Sowth tmperanc and good morals Tb. pmhibHkNi win prohibit' In dummy caa appreciate when he says l. .
_
aid an th* time and needed BOMcNaBM and the race pre lem wfU be prate la the counties ta which they I IIIr. the literal sense aDd when Dad that prohibition will hart D business whew the ,-the ,bi l BMlUterenc. I I not nnyha <

o gab confirm their faith. UcaUy eolred. Prohibit the existence published. It U encouraging County gees dry there will be little but that of the ssloona"I: t .hve
Th unit: salvation left for the sa- ot low dives operated by white. commendable respectable, aDd It is liquor, H any sold within Its boottary. *- i -' oA I S her father and mother ire brave and p f.tottnt ta Mkl.g .

loom Inters ta the South lls la men. and negroes alike for the sale right and the very best results are West Virginia millionaire aged public sentiment the In the matotalUw
t that. BohW'Bepahltcaa gift to dvtlttadoa of liquor to the lower class. and the ally coming from the work they ---o-- *s. who never sought cr eared for O wle-kt. o 1
win
the not midst for
t -aegro salrage.-Uv* Oak Uw-abldlag. respectable aegroe will are doing even If a county doan Watch out for the lie and false political ole before. U a candidate O "Mind I. & .your ...

I) moent.on.. majority of tile MItroe no lo.rer bar to hear the stigma oeeaaionalry go wet. The sentiment representations that the salons element Ion Governor at the Instance of his (Inn ,the coot o now P. and "to sncrted. nof

I* Dad eou.ty ar* UBueacod.ctwtrall ot dimes for which they never have continues to grow, and soon the will sprirg oa the voters between new wife, aged It, who' cherishes an 'tbe Uw and w be region In enforcing 1 M a..

etc, acalut prohlbiUoa.thomgh been responsible. Southland will be the most temperate this and election day. They ambition to be the first lady of the p ..I could n>. '.rh Impress my view too Butter
'' there are a number of the "This Is a duty which the white religions and moral of all section have several things up their sleeves state. a a-year-old mesa I I'' .
Well
p If a coins rue two, and done skis an _
t' better daN ot ttttr rate who are race owes to the negro and a"duty *. Before naay years the whla- that they dare not bring up before mar aa $-, -old girl he Illustrates .0 ..

.alac t* bets pat tlak r out a* which th. best clement of negroes' key traffic will b* driven from our the public because they know that truth of the old saying great respect for the Tribwne. Very truly.

', th. -way. They know their .WBaaa owe' to their en rasa Let white touatry and maybe' front oar coan they caa be proven false. TJo not ) there la BO fool Ilk. sa old foot ") OR L JOAN..

f in.i.a.l.a tatereata. an4 via ,rote .ad colored alike todd*'to vote th* try IB Its present license form- b* deeelved by their canalag trraChry. l him beware of his young Lady ( ,

r MDOrC1a&t7-J tram*'oat" Tallahaaae* Trio Democrat. .-fit Lad Coaaty Trlhwae. I tw
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PORCHER CRUTCHHELD 6 WOOlfOLK I

: I GeL Agent K O. B. and in Transit Nice Aft

UncertaintyLaw LACK OF JURYMEN AUTO LINES ARE After Being Floated From


the Reef Late Yesterday Indian River and Lake Worth

BE PUT IN
DELAYED IHECOURT TO +

of Human Affairs Afternoon Pineapple Growers' Association '



OPERATIONBy We are prepared tq Mil your pines F (,. B., in transit '

I market or export We ire your Sale Agents, not speculators
AGROUND NEAR" BEARS GUI on jour fruit or buyer wishing to ret tour fruit aa cheap ,
the suitor were certain of the success of a. possible. i
IF I This Association is the growers organization, forth.growers'
his cause courtship would be a dull affair. .
Only Thirteen Appeared in a New Company Soon to protection and mteret The grower i* safeguarded
result by the standing of its officer and
If it were" always certain that a given agent Shippingstead loc

would follow a given cause human affairs Response to Summons- I Be Incorporated For And Wrecking: Vessel Hare Gone! tamp and shipping book famished by ueseral Am''Vatch f'


would lack zest1! Happily, certainty i i.. only a Special Venire e That PurposeSome to Her Again to Removed Cargo- this space for information as to'+

word-*hile uncertainty is a law-a condition Renewed Exdtment This )(oru. results and market conditions 4

leavening all human effort. That you will ing-DiYen Sent For


reach your appointed destination on your From Tuesdays Dally time ago the Metropolis A

next street car ride is not a certainty. It is The fall term of the circuit court mentioned the fact that certain well '
in and for Dade count,. Judge Minor known citizens contemplated establishing ( From Saturday's! Dally)
it is but the chance is always this fall an automobile bus The 'Ocklawaha Nurseries
probable; likely; S. Jonas. presiding wa* convened' Contrary to expectation of the
will That I hi* mornlrg at 10 o'clock with all line between Miami and Little River mreckei and 'c variance with r..
there that something prevent. a and Miami and Cocoanut Grove. in
ifcelved bare
rourt official and a number of attorney port yesterday morning : Gt
TANGERINE FLORIDA
certain sort of advertisement of a store will *, sifctatorr. witnesses and other i order to accommodate those resl- relative to the condition of the .
prevent. dents who desire to come and go American steamer LaMell, ashore ona Want Orange Growers to know that H I.I to their tatrt to buy tees
produce a logical and expected result is not Owing to bnt thirteen o fthe Jury I dally between the ..l.bo"eOintl and lump off the new ihlp canal the from they tock. Because they tare THE! BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA.r

always certain. It is probable and likely. lianel drain for the term appearing. Intermediate. vessel was floated yesterday after GOOD RE&3LT8 can only be obtained from frees ta*: ban aa ab adaae*'< t.
a venire of seventeen additional ToJay the plan assumes definite Ilion :and :after taking aboard a of GOOD ROOTS stems that ar* STOCKY top WELL DCVELOPBX: 4,
'r But some combination or circumstances may Jurymen, was ordered summoned, form by the publication In the Metropolis email part of the cargo that had and leave, and woodthat la ENTIRELY ran or INJTjajoCS DtSXCT:
result the aame to be returned at S o'clock. of article of Incorpoatlon iH-en removed' to tailing Y..eela.l.rr.ceed1'4 LIFE. ONR TREES have an these GOOD POINTS la their favor.. we d
intervene to prevent the complete hoped I The ivll! docket wa then sounded lor the Dade Transfer Co., with on her voyage to New Or. coridally Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL IXDtJCEJtNBTS: ar* cTr '

; for. The "element of chance which enters and a number ot cases set for Kirk Munroe. T. V. Moor and A. leans. ed to :hos* who will place their orders now for fall delivery. OUR WBvf
A. Boggs. a* Inecrpoators. with aal'lial But all was not well and good on EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE.
| trial rourt then taking a reces' unlit EARLT AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC
into newspaper advertising is a small one it I o'tlo-k. ( : Hrxk of (10.000. board and daring the night the water A3 PINEAPPLE.: ASK ABAUT H. CATALOGUE FXa
) I The company propose to engage in the hold began to gain on
is true but it is there, as it is everywhere elsein I The Grand Jury
Tb. grand Jury '''III completed I it. a !general transportation business the pumps rid the ship wait pat Address. The Ocklawaha Nurseries
life; those who look for certainty will fail I Ibis afternoon a* follows: J. nWoffont. I li\' land and water! operate automobiles ashore on, soft bottom near Bear ...
J, W. Galloway A. E end (ther y.blc1.*. lot operatedon (ut In order to prevent Let sinkIng .
i sometimes to find it. The merchant who advertises Fiore J. D, Durham E.L.E.ton. track and to lease and hire thecame O. W. CONNER.: Proorltr.Tangerine. I'et

in the MIAMI METROPOLIS J. T. Feaster George B. Cellon, construct and operate garage, This sews was vrwqgat to the FIrMa
E. L. Crenshaw. J. J. Hlnson, E. road houses etc. The business of the city this n.ornlng by the master of Or M. BURBANK Apt, Mimi' Florida
c knows that the "Law of Uncertainty" operate A. Thorn. V,'. 8. Voss W. E. ronctn will be in operation at an the schooner Isaac Collln, which

in his favor Ninety and : Nine Times Faber r. H. Lee. C. W. Schmld. early date \tf>rcl remained outild over night Our CRBOCIDB: preparation for ta* deatruetloa of aata. Essay as*
*
R. Coker. A. J. Campbell O. Ptuatlngton and immediately then was a harry ) other vermin will do the work
WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE. and H. F ScruRgs.: nd scurry of boatmen to the dls
4r The jury retired and In a few minute INSURANCE AGENTS treated _l. the rlrrr being emptied -- -- .ro

IE reported to the court the seertlon of craft within 4 abort time. Fred'k.
S.
of J. J" Htnon a* foreman. The Laasell I I. In n much lea perilous MorseIea1tate.
"}* Jury wa then Instructed by position than the war yelerdav *-
Ib* court and retired to begin their HERE TO LOOK and will be saved though It

nveaUgation! may 'be-necessary to remove all of ; ; .

the cargo and assist her Into port .

: AFTER WRECK with wrecking" ba'ge and togs. It Offloet ip Uin Cw. AT*.C and U tk 8*.
Is: reported that direr tar besstelegraphed

1.1 GENERAL DIRECTORY I NOT ONE ARREST end Key West for they from to Jacksonville repair' : the Miami. Dade Co. Florda.

(From Tuetday's Daily) :>*k* In the bottom If possible I
Considerable freight from the AGENT OR LANDS OF" i
v
f7 l'ndu..rltera' insurance agent arrived
MADE SINCEViEDNESDAY tletrerls now stored on the Ben-
} STATE OFFICERS co ;;prrr COVET In the city last night and this net Line dock ttie sen toner* Isaac Florida East Coast Railway Co
1 morning \:ect ont to the tteamm
f Collln and 8. R. Mallory arrMag
i -- I Las.>IJ. ashore off B'ar'l Cut to in-
Governor . Napoleon B. Broward Allen E.: Hyser ... ... Judge "< 8tle. t(' the accident to the vessel this morning with fall load, though Florida Coast Line Canal atd Tran 1 '0.

? Secretary of State.H. Clay Crawford I Miami. aid! to Uke charge of the ctrgo. The the gut bulk of the ca'go 1 I. 'till Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Lend r .

S.. Attorney Oeacral . W. H. Ellis R. R. Taylor Prosecatlnc AU', i 'n:'"Ten T.Ill ", here for :an 'ndcf- aboard the Ls.ufon.I .
Tr*.ssr.r ... .... W. V. KettComptroller. Miami little Period or until all matter --- ------ -'-
... .... A. C. Croom I I I
ertainlng to the wreck salvage and
Terms, first Monday In January I :
Com. of Agriraltur B. E. McLtaBnperinteadent I April. July and October. Not an :arrest of any description I the cargo have keen adjusted. I I Miami Bottling Works
of Public Instruction bas been male by the police since Key West wreckers ere now In CITY SAVED MONEY
.. W. H. HollowavAJjatant
Jut Wednesday when a negro scrap (charge of the wreck and :are still removing -
i General J.C.R.Foster I COUNTY OFFICERS. In which three parties were involyed I cargo. All of the locaiboat ; WALL & McGOWAN. Props. ft I altth
.i Slat Examiner .. Krneet Amos
docket *, or a great majority of them
placed on the police
wee
at State Chemist . .. R. E. Roe. I Probate ledge .. Allen E .Heyer and only one arrest for drunkenness I have been worked out of the salvini BY L lAYING Stress Near R. R., Miami, FlaUtnvfaeUrer fj
$ i Office. Tallahasae .Fla.r Tax Aaeor . Ceo O. Bullet I has been tried in the munlctal I of the cargo and Key West vessels I II i,

Tax Collector ... Tho J. Hard | court this month, and that was I are being tueJ The cargo howeverIs I Ii I of
STATE COMMISSIONS Treasurer 0.. ..O*.). O. Carrie road last Monday the lat day the i being brought Into this port. The
County Clerk .... Z. T. Merritt I ISIa Falcons were open. most ot the cargo taken: out yesterday SEWER

Board of Trustees Internal Im- < Sept of Public Instruction other iron and steel material.
t I, proven>ent Fnnd: The Governor ... . . .. ... R. E.: HaU and orderly and absolutely nothing Steam pumps arc en route and a* Soft Drinks '
line. citizenpnis
9 Comptroller. Treasurer doing In their AI.
Fish and Came Warden .W.N.Hul) soon as they hall have arrived an
Attorney General and Commissioner It: "This Is a strong argument From Tuesday' Dally .
effort will be made to tree the holdof
1 of Agrtcaltnre. 10 favor of prohibition." the ship of water when that car Superintendent J. D. Godm lI. of i''Prompt Atnottasi tie AD Oro r* Cot-d- bwe Order IoUe* .
Board of Education: The Geiera COCXTV COMMISSIOXERSCeo ," f
to now submerged; can be reached I the Board of Public Works today
Der, Secretary of State. Attorney \arlou rumor are afloat of certain completed: laying the sewer on >tbilreet I

4, nera1.Treuurer and 'Supertatenoent B. Baker, chairman FI NhORSES[ mO[ parties stealing; from the cargo at a total coat of $174.J.
of Public tnlU'lJOoUOII. :. : West .iO': Beach O.., report rev that boots and shoe which 'saving: aJded to that on the LITTLE WAS DONE AT

.. R. L. Wall .. . .... Ojus arc being; offered for sale In the Idih street sewer make the city ...
Board of Pardon Tb* OoTeroor C. W. McPheraon .. .. Stuart city chile another has It that articles In the sum of 1518.:19 by doing tne ,
Secretary .)f State. Attorney A. Lee Allen .. MiamiA OF BLOOD POISONING c cAt not It out
i even to piano and sewing work Itself and letting SESSION/ OF COUNCIL
l and CommUalon-
G : : :
ner
T Carter Cocoanut Grove machine, are scattered along the tu contract: the total of the lowest 1 1Tb
f er ot ,rlcl'ltue. Attorney R. H. Seymour Miami entire road from Palm Beach to far Mds: for sewering the two streets '
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRCCtlON I dl-urn In the keys Icing $1.421 SO.I --.. '
a CXITEU STATES HEX\TOIM W. W. Fart, chairman ... .Miami There is probably a great deal of I The work was done with hired labor
. -Ire was little doing of an Im five to ''h* sale of n.uI o( MMT1 .
Herbert A. Pennock Neptnn though ,
t _- Boynton Last Week..Belonged exaggeration In the report and the sam gang of urea are
t Tallaferro .Jacksonville: J.R.Anthony. Sr. West Palm BeachR. It is reasonable' to suppose that there now working: on $h street grading : pc.rt.t and Interesting nature at gooey bonds. was omitted and apt.invd. >

Stephen Jane P.R. Mallory. Pet.acoatjfrTEf1 : E. Hall clerk .. .0. ... Miami Boynton Hotel Co. llri. W. has been much stealing from the It from the Boulevard to Avenue Eat I last Plgtt's Knlon of the tlty .
;, wreck It being ImpoHslbt to proo"f'nt the railroad: crossing. conned l. though considerable tim Mr. Limmn. of the lianeo toad
CITY OFFICERS H. Cox Was Successfully Operated the same In the confusion and L'y doing this work itself the city mttuc, reported th* purchaa a IA a
STATES CO.NCRESSMKX among the hundreds of men, who has caved enough! money on the two was on in St. Louis have had a hand In removing the sewers to pat In- another <&$ foot matter that did com up. Th* Indigent sick men. His actlo: wj
t Mayor . .... ... John Bawd
First District Frisk Clark cargo. ? bower and still have a few dollar meeting)/ was attended by Measr approved!
Clerk: . ... Med R. KelemTnuurer The captain and crew are still left. J. El. Lumrnu. J. J. Wilson. J. Mr. E. L. BraJy addressed soar
Japer .. ... Ben B. HietocAmeror ell .... ..
board the vessel and will remain C Tucker, J. B. RHlly, J. O.Croc- asking to be rltord a* n *
District.. 8 M. Sparkma
Second . .. Jan. F. Jandon
.
'
until the ship and cargo have been land W. H. ChallK I. B. Pad. man of the city treasurer ta tk. euee'cf
TnBipft. Attorney ... Rdsaond B OauUer Boynton, Oct. 5.-Thre of the .. JY'
.
Lamar taken over by the underwriters It Kt 1. E. Chtham. In the f St Fh* reunevt wa grass"*
Third District .W. B. Marshal .... .. Frank B. Hare Otis hone belonging to the Boynx will be several days yet before' all STEAMER MIAMI I.I I. *'liMwc fcnd* of Prwivtent Wharton Mr. tod tn tile adoption .f a ralmtSol.rrdnclng J
MODticeUo Physician. Wm. & GramUng. M.D. >n Hotel Company dld mla wees.Vrl flatters pertaining: to the wreck and l Ilellly wa made chairman pro tem. the bond K the tr** ur.r
Sanitary Inspector .. R. B. Neitooa *'rlnari** say it was one to some I the salvage have named' a definite t.. W. Golden and others residing from St.0'0 U |25...t.I .
STATE SENATOR Municipal Judge .. Jaa. T. Saad rs kind of poison. Th**. were all Oar i nature and before It bas been determined Third; street, west of Anew I Th* police reported IS arrest, ta
Engineer ..... John S. Frederick bones cad It la a Icaa not easily what will be done with the I TO BE REPAIRED'Will II on, petitioned' for two light on that | the' taoBth of September, and ta*

IJt> District. BreY..... Dad and Supt. of Street John D OoOmaa replaced a* all were acclimated sal I part of the cargo removed from the v thorough fere. The matter was referred I SU-B of IJ2S.61 eolferted Im lees
St. Loci. Frd. K.Ha4loa. Miami Chief Fir Dept. . Dan HardieF. la every way fitted for their work. ship and now Intact and uninjured. I Ii to the street and Improvement | red forfelttin U the mnaldnU
H. Wharton .Prerident, Coune Mr. and Mr*. Joseph E. Fivedlund I ---- committee they to report at court during that period
Aldermen J. E.: Lumma W. were la West Palm Beach on boil). I JOHNSON WAS AOQITTTEDOf the next meeting of coqncll. City Sanitary Inspector Htlo
t MFJKBKR RODE OF" H. Challl. J. O. Cixwlald. J. mss Tuesday i' be Laid Off on 15th, and Not 1 1I Mr, H. F. Akmson chairman of reported th* ettyhi a fairly gee.
RKPKESEKTATTVK8 C. Tucker L B. Padgett. John L R. Funk, Frank Funk and Geo. Maada.ghteeCtdml.al COlIn the City Executive Committee certified saritary condlttn

B. Rem, T. E. Cheatham. Hall were baltis visitors In West Adjoeeas to November Terns I Expected to Resume MiamLKey i ,, to the nomination of various The t ty treaiur-r ported tu
John W. Watson ...... Miami Board of E rUe Work*- T. N. 1. aim Beach Wednesday. i I candidates for election. to municipal .'.Ift of 1410, 01 collect and *-
Can tier; cha rmall. C. D Leffler. Thtre Las been a numfer ofdram | (From Saturday's Dally) West-Havans Ran Before About I It : Mie,. Th* comirunlcaUon was or 1'<,"It d by him daring the nvjntlt
W. O. D. Broe.ter. -
W. Proat. -
t' FISH COMMISSIOXtRS clerk. mere In town this week taking orders I i After rp-ndlng practically two November 15th I II I dciedl B'eJ.Ce o( itepten-ber.
for the tall trale. dais in the trial of Ed Johnson l Uln rorre:pondenc* h.tween This ornaght tht meeting up t*) 1
tRe -:- The wet ar.4 dry election In var- charged with mans'aughter, the Jury t I, 'he city| (clerk the First National auditing and approving current bin,
J. Y. Det..rlerNew Smyrna CITY BOARD OF" TRADE ions counties is creating a great li the criminal court yesterday at- I ---- II I-nnk and the citv ire*-urer. r...1.I laThi after which council' adjoint
'I
ti J. C. Rag ApalachlcJla den of Interest all over the Sate. tenon returned a verdict of not i -- -

COMMISSIOXERS W. W. Prout .-. ...... President other counties have fliurtined LII'C.I I Julltaod the prisoner "was reUastd I I' On account of needed and Immediate I
RAILROAD J. C. Keller o. let Vt *-PretldentJ. depend on tL* tourists why cant from cnstody repairs to the steamship: )II-I Hon. Thomas E. Watson Gives .

Bnrr. chairman .. I L Wilson .Sd Vlo-Prei Hndaon ,
ft W. H. Cox returned' from St trial for Eddie Bell convicted of' 'I
Ltttto Hirer Duncan Broier. .... Beeretary Mr. Rt-Havtna run will DOdlmontlnued
Jasper Tudor Cohen .. .. ..... Treasurer Louis Sunday night and reported I robbery. was granted wale Living i| on the 15th of 'his Views on Prohibition
3. L. Morgan Strong 1
clerk Madison Board of Governors S. BoboDean that Mrs.!\ Cox was successfully op- tin K-lly charged!: with carrying con- 1 I month until further notice. The
1, ; R. C.Office Doss: Ta.11thasiee. FlaFEDERAL John W. Watson, laidor coated upon and that the physiciansin sealed weapon changed his plea c( following U the official notification i 1
Cohen. T. V.' Moor charge expect: : her to soon be well ) f.t guilty to that of guilty and rereived I of the discontinuance of the wrvi'v.ironed -
and return home. This Is good a sentence of f 100 and costs C. L. II
: OFFICERS DEMOCRATIO news to their friends here.' ) or six months' Imprisonment i by General Manager I > following endorsement of prohibit If I were la year midst It wouldgiv J'

4 tr.8.eommlalon---;: : COCXTT Mrs H. B. Murray aid children. Leonard Hlgg and Will Harris Meyers: On accountof on come from lion. Thomas me pleasur to :n1lJr.e..* 4
HJUndJr. COMMITTEE: attached "To All Concerned: ..J>o'et'IJ... for row la the flgat The
MiamI.t' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P..neIra, I IJ 'two wltnente who wets bsol-itly necessary repair to our K. W.tlOn.tJOJltldall.ltatf'tllD.1I and .
first public speech which ley.. made
s. nranocTOR IMMIGRATION Wm. A. Filer, chairman Lemon City J. SchablntYT. and children of I ostrrday. were ordered toM ta \ steamship )Miami the Miami-Key anther who ha spent his entire life was a temperance speech. The oaly e
fo Jail until
Miami Delray and Mr. cod Mrs CullerFenc lefts of the ram, or go service will be discontinued
Howard George P. Bull secytreaa.Ojos West-Havana line
W. Vaughn advocating prohibition
and efforts secret order which I vr oUd
.. ... Stuart and children' were shoppingla the cam* was paid. They paid of this month ..I
r. S. CC8TOM OOLLECTOR Henry Styomaan I on the 15th aid temperance. Mr. Watson U s was The Old Sons of T.-
> H. T. Ferrta .. ... Mland F. M Powell. .. .... JupttnOeo West Palm Beach_Thursday. I up promptlv.Martha Register. plead guilty to I on the afternoon of October 15th Inter resident of Dad county owning I am now Btty-oa yeah old cud
Welt Palm :Beach last sailing \
W. Potter until further advUed. The
J. F. Woodwortk =New"' Rlvr drive thesaloons
assault with Intent to pl.-ndld property on I hale never filled to set
: t Iupeetor'I I t R. H/Romswa* .. .. Boynto LAID TO RESTFwral the charm of received from Miami to Havana will tx sound at Ft. Laud rd..Joo. He U wherever' the opportaaltFireset4 .
W. W. Snell ... .. ... Pompano I romirit a felony and a the on* leaving M'aml on October I author and writer of note and lUef t ninth them a' av
an
C. S. UUTD etc I *
abd
John 8. Sundy .. ... .. Delray of Lt R. S. FUaagaa tence of $100 costs or 12 st i30 p.m. and leaving Ha- of Watson Macasln
--1' editor :Nor have I regretted the pest
'I Saxon . ... Deerneld in the county jail. now ever
J. r. 12 noon t
.
14th
: at
; Held This ftft'IIOOIII October
i Henry S. Ch.bb ...RcdvrGalnearlU 'I The CUM of the state against van and Wat'os's Weekly JefferftonlanResd lion wMeh I took upoalal* .utteaieirly
E.: T. King . Fort LaaderdaleJ. "" to have the steamship
hop \
e
what h has to of prohibition ha
with say In life lad there severlses
I ten Martin, assault .
...... Deals
.. November
W. Malllkin before
VT O. Roblaaoa .. . ReglsUrOalaeartll ( From Mondays DallY.) commit w.* then placed. on I Miami bask: on th run and Its result. and advantage :s time when I doubted tta cr
.. .. MiamiW. rape
C. D. Leffler v 15 and will aJvis you or
*. I Grove The terrains of the late R. 8. trial and was unfinished at the noon I II to a eonmualty re.tne.sOccasionally
J. Shone. ... Cocoanut "
C. W. Hlir.. .... Braver Palm Flanagan were interred' this afternoon reresa. the exact date later- I I Thomson Ga.. Sept 21.Mr when th* authorttte
the cemetery the funeral tnt afternoon S Bobo Dean, Miami. Fla. lax In the eaforeemeat of th*
SUPREMX OOl'RTK. E. H. Klrkman ........ Cutlet In city Court will adjourn I I r.sc
being held from the Pretbycriaa vntil th* irlrd Tuelay In Njretnler The saloon element will tell the i I My 0.ar Sir Tour favor received | laws I lane shared the dl rour- t'dry
A ( church at 1:10: o'clock.: Rev. Th* docket has been cleared voters that there are more Gaited: I f'Dctoted: you will flnd copy of a cement which comes to sea dtlsea
F. Taylor .F.Chief B. Carw. Jnstto CTTT EXECUTIVEXMMTTTE: W. W. Fart. ssslsted by Rer. L. 'practically of all es .. except Plates liquor licensee .isrued' In dry II letter whtcn I wrote ta response to i| v bo Ire profoundly ta favor of law

AsMdat Justlc: D. Low, officiating. Th* service those under bAU which: will go ovr counties than there are In wet one. I. similar request mad of me fa and order good morals and good
R- C. Ooekr -
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Z ter. EhMkloford J.B.W1d. H. F. Atkinson .. .. .... Chatrmaa aad federal were both largely attended to the next term Who pay for these licenses! It. I h.'. It state my position about I coidvet. But then has never b*** j
ll .T.... M A. E.: Heywr .... .. 8e>Tr.... and th. floral tribute many I Is a well known fact that the Wholesale \ j* clearly and al forcibly aa I kaow I I say room for doubt that "a temperance >
L John C. Oramllng. J're4'k B. cod beautiful. I XTDFon"E IMPROVFJiEYTS Liquor Dealers Association by I hew to p.t It. I law are enforced just *.
K1CVUTU JTDICIAL UKCTIT: i MOTM. Harry C. B d(*. The following gentlemen officiated FOR GAS PLANT HERE a large .umber of these license In Atswering your questions how lo4her statute are earore d. U* results
L -- a* pallbearer: John Fro hock.: D. the name of residents of dry counties ever. I beg: to say that u a property ar variably setl fneteri.<

ti Minor B. Jew ..Jdg V. .. PO TJI.L'tTD' R. Moran. John CGramllng.. P, At a meeting of the stockholder so u to produce them a* *vt- owner tn jour county and a regular Tee may be ere that mr heart
Tttm rtnx Ullendorf and J. B. Rilly. Ta* Interment of the Miami Gas Company at their deuce In every election eontt lathe winter visitor. I have no heslutlo I* with TM. in the eootert la which

I'V' Jon 0. low .. .. 8Uto Atton Harry C Budge .. .... .. MiamiV. was eider tile direction of Philadelphia office a few day at*. stat. A large number of the** In saying that th* driving out of you are engaged aid I hop that
OrUndo.X. H. M. King. Mra. 'Flaangae vk* at which Vr. W. W. Front and Mr. license* are Issued In BrtrUonsDM whisky and the Tie and crime which veer Iforts will be crested wttJasura

T. Mrrttt ... drkTern B. LIFE BATDTG 8EBTICBrf. missed ccnnectiocs at Jacksouvin J. W. Homer were prevent considerable .. la the narn** of dead Jrunkarda are Its Inseparable eompsak-n :***.
.... T1Ita Saturday eight sad other -,aMraof nttnrtons for the Miami or the imp of th* saloon who Cad county' would certainty not bless e WIn kindest regard'

., tnt Monday IK Mart sad B. Skew .. ::::Ileptetatadtet the bereaved family cam la ga* plant wen decided on and arranged -have no honorabl aam to malatalaSt. attmctlT than It now I* to seek Tour troll
.r tDtd ter.1st J..u.1'IZk.'> last alght. i for. Lad County Trihaa met a* myself visiting your MCtloa.t TH08. W A TICr.f. t '

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ASKS DAMAGES FOR ORANGE w AND ClAY KEY tISTS[ ( NOWPROHIBITION




: HER HUSBANDS JOIN THE DAY Metropolis Readers



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Do not feel that their day is complete if they


t Mr:. George G. Newcomb Former Dry'By a Small Ma- Monster Crowd Turned Out have not perused its columns and gleanedthe

Bring Big Suit AgainstMr. jority and Latter by I and Heard Rev. J. A. '
of the '
news world from it1fT

Thos. W. Troy Big One Wray MondayKey




III Dry Majority in Orange Was Only Wen Oct. 8-(Special correpondon I The Miami Metropolis is a 1fT It has the largest circulation ,
; THE SUM OF $$100,000. .. ..e ) The prohibition campaign
1 Fire, While That in Clay Was row on in this county U occupying nl clean 'II '
\ the ttentlon of the people newsy, independent 'of any daily newspaper pub-
I a Sweeping Victory of Two i
to abe exclusion of all other subjects. -
Hundred I newspaper with a will of its own; lished in the United States in a
,..,.From the Kan Who LI1ed Her Husband By far the greatest meeting of the I ;
cm palm to elate was held! last night towards the advancement
at West Palm Beach, and slat Re-. Jo, n A. Pray Of P. at ev 2r leanirig city the size of Miami, and goes

|l { Who Kay Stand Trial Ben For City.k-aat nddrevjod an audlmc of at and of Miami and
Green Core Springs Oct t-Clay the fifteen hundred people upon good into the home of the farmer, the
The
prtnclpl of prohibition.
the Same. Allegations county voted dry yesterday by I
l about two hundred majority meeting was >a open air the speaker I Dade County. It does not dabble the
'Pi ac.upIn; a platform erected for metchant, banker, the mechanic -
the occatlon. a-d hla audience atandug I
SMALL MAJORITY
IX ORANGE roan < tn the street I in partisan affairs, but upholds and laborer. The Metrop- j
(From Wednesdays Dally) For or* end one-halt hours Rev i
Orlando Fla. Oct .- Orange Wrsy poured forth eloquent logic I and ;
The Troy rase haa taken on new good righteous administraolis
auj acts that held the ran throng respects respectability and
,,. '. latMn.. Agnes Neweomb, widow County went dry by Ere majority
of th. Troy la accused of conceded by the wet _n. la rapt attention and no doubt
mac laired voters to the cause of tion a good word where it
many puts gives
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1.I1Dac. u BOW saing him for damages prohlblt'on.Mr .. II an impartial account ot the
la tile sum of tltO.OOO la the STEAMER LCSITAX1AU
Waited States eoart. Of the suit BREAKING RECORD Wray goes from here tj Mlami belongs and holds a clenched of the
la the Interest of the cause In happenings city county
i Times Union of yesterday says: ,
Oa Board S. 8. Lusltanla, Oct. 0 Dade county and If the "weta" want
,,:.': :' Mary for Apes 1100.001 Neweomb damage has against begin'fli't -Th* steamship Lasltaala baa mad to carry the county. they had better. fist to vice and disorder among state, country and world the day
keep the voters from hearing htm.ic
_>'tv Thomas W. Troy, who will be tried t>0 mile during the past twenty- I
W, t Dta.t la Miami for th* alleged fur hers. an average of 11.I A. C. persons and affairs it happens and gives it

) .atarder_ of ta* aasbaaJ of the p1&1AI1A' knots per hour. 'iHKOCfiH THE HW MILL DOOR correctly

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t :::--Mrs. Newcomb la suing. for dam-I Bob's Choice I plteens
Hark He wall of anguish
agsa+ for her hssband'a death, the Dob MeName championed the
from the struggling human race;
busses being styled OM of action oa liquor can la a ape eh la Pensaco-
hay night It never cease
ta* eaa for wrongful death. The la OM a.ght: last week engaging. ; >" or
Ita U plain to trace As
And route ;
aJataUff la joint debate with Judge CoYlagtoa..f .
represented by MajorAlexander an advertising
Comes this cry of grief and trouble.
at. Oalr-Abraau. Georgia, who represented the pro-
Rising from the Hoods that poor
+ Th haabaad of the complainant alblUca lmrnt. Bob.la a splendid Squalor vice, remorse and hunger. MediumA
4 \ waa killed ,at West Palm Beach a speaker, bat he ralgtt find a more Through the Oln-Mlll Door.
'few moatfes at. and tae **lme of decant cats la which to erpl tbU
Troy' who .was arrested Immediately eloquence and logic.-- Madlaoa :
after tae homiMd. la baaed oath New Enterprise.An Rally>,sicn.ghaatly murder newt, theft appftla and niPa pain; The Metropolis is conceded by merchants at home and
alleged threats mad by New-. o'ercrowded.Broken v
Courts, asvlems. Jails
4 comb against ... life. Example for Others heart and rained brain.Home abroad to be the best medium in this section for
Troy to reputed> to be a weathyBaa. Hon. Thos. Wt, conrty attoraey obtaining
s '' formerly redding at Macon, for Santa\ Rosa' county. has set the '
Georgia. He hat last returned from whole state agog over a recent aetl a Thus* and w* read prospect tie' tin-mill gone forever lore: results from advertising. Metropolis advertising speaksfor
a trip to 8otk America wbea the nf hU. He decided! that his rrievi f shooting that resulted la the death to the county wer apt worth what itself.
Through the aic-Mlll Door.Tlrcut.li Backing the of the
.f Newcomb aad.the charge of mur- the coBBty duds w_ paying him., up opinions merchants who
4 rooe red. h-nce Ik* "kicks'" and the county come .
and
I ', story o* Oa** wins promptly red need him. to lit hiitbaada. sons patronize the Metropolis, is the circulation of the anda
Th. story,of the homicide aa the per month: and BOW his eo science With freth curse and chain to paper
tfacta Urn far have com to light seeps la peso Bal -.0oil..
I 'mad aa reported at the dm, may be well-let other county attorney follow Honor bear work; and health and. wages paid up subscription list:, 95 per cent paid up in rdvance.

krlefly nmmartxed aa follows: nit That's all.Holmes County Charged for shame and sorrow
; lie waa eating a inch and drink- Advertiser them.Countless.
lag Sa a Bar aa4 land room at tbonsands.broken.ylelJJng.. .
West Palm Beach when Newcomb
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.. Weakened BOW, though strong before t
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CLOSING ACT OF
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Tae aaea aad bad words bad some wen dlmcultyftwrlottly pas -dbetweea They had lost their strength and First '

A tli_. courage A -Class Job
It to allege that Newcomb COUNTY SCHOOL I Through the Gln-Mlll- Allan Door.0. Sykea.TW Printing M
threatened Troy and then dared
i, tW totter to shoot kilL ,
the U told by vttiaats. L. K. Passenger Rate
Troy a* story BOARD
walked to his Silt sew, took Phew! Well what do yon think of Plant in Connection
'' test a revolver and fired several this Chris Colrlngton says Id his
soy ... tome of which stick New- D.l and. .News that "1t. State Rail .'
fc comb sad ato death rcaulted. road Commission should cither comp -
Troy was aneated aaJI after a .yrUmiaary bearing was released' oa DANIA SCHOOL HOUSE I resignations to tht goTtrnor." We
!'t ,a lit... bold raised by friend la are rather inclined to nary: with The Metropolis job printing plant is! complete and puts out the ,
County. Chris hut then it does look -
Dad FOR CHURCH PURPOSES : somewh.it
Th tMClNni netted saaaaal interest :' like treason for Chris to be neatest and best wok for the price in the state. Printing of
'aad proceMlagi UU talking this way.-Madison New En- '

*,4 I.week.......are. expected to draw Urge "'rprIMIlIlp1. all kinds done at reasonable prices and with dispatch

ti; Ta widow of the dead man aow Permission Granted People of That of llqaois Into dry stated
king a civil action against the man S
611" e>r a trial for the s'aylac of her beer Place.-Deed to Lot to be Made-
a bin of that nature in the
bud sad asks that lobe. be allowed .
damages la,th* sum of $1M0.. Board Will Meet Again on 17tn next congress. But he doesn't sal Pamphlets By-Laws
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anything about the fight now on to Engraved Visiting Cards ; ,
to Settle Transportation Marten drive txore out of Pensacola, the
OoagrsKsmaa "Bill" Lamar to mak- loading city of hla dJ.trct. And by
'tag good his reputation for bring the way we wider U Mr. Lamar Bill Heads Letterheads i
Invitations
i Wedding
,lksltekesf politician la Florida rare any wport: or encouragement ,
ItTwai aged to declar bID position r to a Introduced by Congressman I
.at the local option aontoat now on (From Wednesdays Dally) Frank Ckrlt 1",1I1nter, a d whlcn I
7* te Kseambla comtly.. Lamar eendsgreetlan The Dad County Board of Public sought to prohibit shipments of liquor Envelopes, Cards, Announcements
and comes oat strongly In tr ctkm which held Its regular Into <*ry states and counties!
for' aattoaal togUlatSoa to prohibit Palatka News i ,
monthly session finiahedp
yesterday
--,- _. in the afternoon ty dUposiBR ot Circulars, Po&e.s at lowest prices

tlA' LARGE AUDIENCE the Upon following. request natters It was: decided to I A ABANQUETTO

, alk'w tte. sew ot the school bulUln ,
at Della for religious purposes pro

HEARD the riding.aup arrangements REV J. A. l
The
r- of the. building 8. M. AUobrook and the school presented property Weekly Metropolis

vouchers for expenses Incurred on
,r the school building at DanU.amount- Girea at Terracea Garden, R. Y. ,
: WRAP Ing to Sf 00. and oa their approval .
tile chairman and secretary of the Today to Rear Admiral tfoghlan I

I I a board deed were to the authorized property. to execute by United Spanish War Veterans. Has a larger circulation among pineapple and vegetable ;

( Oa notion the deed of R. H.F1U- Bob Brans Invited I of Dade than
growers County other publication. It
Speak and Espouse Cause of patrick for one acre of land .t I any
Homet -ad was ordered executed.
raid land baring been donated h* I contains all the news both locally and otherwise which
Prohibition at Cocoanut New York. Oct 10 One :
; FltipnUtrk for a school which was -- ot the
not established. meet notable. banquets ever given tn happens during the week-Subscribe for Weekly Metropolis
; Grove A ccnonjonlcttloc waa received this country la honor of a naval berj I
trcm Mr Anthony. of the board mill t, that at Terrace Garden tbla
stating that on. account. of the ID evening :as a testimonial to Rear Ad.
B'-ns of a daughter he could not be mlral Joseph Bullock Coghlan. re I
I'l'en'IIt.t the meeting.It tired. The United Spanish War'I
(From Wednesdays Dally) Veterans of Oreater New York In I
weep decided lo bold a special aro
l Taer was a very eatasslaatie meeting on the 17th for the purpose charge of the affair, and It ill ex- Advertise l
in the
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Miami
reeling at Coeoanst Grove last algh ('if determining on the transportation I petted that over a thousand guestsmill Metropolis
y cf pupil at the West Palm Beach alt down at the tables spreadin
:3 bald fader the aaspiee ot the Dad
honor of the old The
and Jupiter Kboola. and such other sea fighter.
.tF Ccaaty Prchlbltloc Lea,... mutters aa may com before the leading of a congratulatory message I,
"t'a QaH a party of Miami pooplecat bcarJ at that time.The from President Roosevelt will be a Bring your Printing to Metropolis .
tt ,. tfowa oa the launch SaAi t1"P& """ '. report the super feature of the dinner I ,
'
e;., asaoag ta* member being Ito.. L.I tatendonfs financial report and the Admiral "Fighting Bob" Evan I
D. Low, who spa his arrival monthly Wport of the state andttor baa ueen invited. :and It .ta expected I
Immediately Introduced U* walt-I were approred. Voochers were ties that this will be the doughty admiral's I .J.JJ.
-r t tag aadteac aad for aa boar he I drawn for current bills, after which I Urt public appearance be1 1
<' bold their. rapt atteattoa while 11.1 I lib' board adjourned. r..r.he sails with hla fleet of warships a
; >ilr re4' a logical, elotjaent. aad1'I ground the Horn and Into PaHn ,.rr
s toreatal adl r as- one which ought I I > waters. Invitations hare also I r
.. ,Bar* eoartneed say doubting NEWS EYENTS ON THE been' extended to Admiral Qeorge '
saaa that prohibition la tae only Dewey Admiral Wlnfield S. Srhleyan Address all Communications to
right tklag. Mr. Lome's lecture. wasp <| Admiral Goodrich commandant .
? 'certalaly ass tad way received with PROGRAM FOR TOMORROW of the Brooklyn airy yard. General
y. muck applause sad favor Frederick D. Grant In. command of :rI
At > o'clock Mr. Jobs A. Wrayerrtred. the Department of the East, will
airing Mea drives hsrrtea- represent. the army at the feast Dr.
ly Oows after the arrival of the I New T rk. Oct. 10- Herman BllJek Samuel Clemens. (Mark Twain) has
steamship. MlamL H. way latrodaed -'! the hypnotist who was fconrlctod 'U-a urgently, Invited and .la expected I Miami
mad for aa hour he discussed the of the murder of Mary Vnal and to .""t. Many other prominent I Printing Co.t:
caeatloa ta aa able and eloquent sauced of killing the entire Vnal mt-n, inMudtrg a score or more of I .1
.way pBctaatlng his. remarks with family la under sentence to be distinguished officers of the nary, i
jast aaoaca humor to entertala and banged la Chicago tomorrow. will vie with each other tn doing
hold wan a* drove sails of alert j National convention ot tile Christian honor to Admiral Ccgti)an. I
farts en* after mother into th* church, or Disciples of Christ The admiral was recently elected I .
c .4a lids of the saloors. Ute ad- i, will oiwnat Norfolk. Va. and continue commander of the New York State
; r Areas was great sad accomplUhe. In session for sis days Department of the Cnlted State 432-434 Twelfth Street Miami Florida -j
' c meek good. Uonsler Jay will b* observed to- War Veteran*, the first natal. oOrer ,
Thoe* who w..t down aay that U renew at the Jamestown Exposition to boll that position., and the ban-
t .Idok a* tt Ooooaast Grove would by the stat officials aid many qact will be of the nature of a Jub-
,k* almost soDJly dr r. I Icitiseas of Indiana -:.-_ ilatloa of that event j. Y
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.J KIDNEY
.. TROUBLE _
f'". 'Jiribal: ilardee returned last, ct ctI .
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'>igh from Sill" Too Ytri Riluvt4 In Thru
a vacation spert at Hot .

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rid hail,ier. la ftttendlrg to bus 11I

U4ss affairs In the city todayMr .
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(FROM ftATVRntTO DULY) i Mrs A. J. Kolb leave next w ek ./..<1. .., ... _. F I fKUfftR
r I t'
for a visit to Jamestown Air oll.l. \1.it
Mr acd Mrt Frank Zvmwalt and I York and other northern points. -nl i KIlN

little son of Buena ""lit.. were Dan Connote. of Palm Beach
F ..-tlDeas vlstors In the city t.>d.,. MfaS dle\ Kolb I I. ezpectej to I I- In the city for a few days attending .,.

return this *e-k having spent the to nlnefa> affairs. .
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f A daughter wai bon to Mr. and su nnier visiting various northern re- I )1

i Mrs. Beale at the low Hie can. aot ta. (... l'apes la Park ,- I I

this morning. The force: of men employed by the
I Mr. Karl KfOt ;;. Jr.. of West Miami Oss Co. for laying the 11II.: >1'I'IIDIo.

I Miss Anna Peck .who has been Palm Reach, U In the city today, ,, are laying pipe In Fort Dallas ,"

I spending her vacation at Daytona unending the present term of the Park this week. C I

and In Jacksonville. U eapectej to circuit court
return home tonigtt Get your gr>*frnlt tr->* from TOOLS.
I Mr. Walter Welch 'Jr.. I left this Tons" '1 Nursery. Cocoanut Orov tJJ//// I .

morning lor Jacksonville on bnsirws Big stock oa hand .
Miss Amna Zelley ban been engaged He expects to rUurn to Miami j i,, C.B. faZER.
by the Baptist Church to sing I
In a few days: however. wdergoiajc RepairsThe Do Their Work t
ta Ita cbotx daring the winter Mla mall boat I B. J'lZER, ML Sterling Ey,
Adeline
Is hailed 1V1
teller li on* of tb* beet and sweetcal I writes:
singers U tbe city. Mr. R. Alwbrook.. one of Dad out on the ways of the Miami Boat I "/ hr suffered wttt
toallt,', most prosperous planters Works undergoing minor repairs to kU4dr trvublt for tan kUaty and The best workman cannot get satisfactory
Is In the city today, attending to her hull. Jeers pa.L I ,
'The Messrs' Geiger Broa. of FtLanderdiM. bnnlness affairs. j "La t March I commenced using results unless his tools do duly work.
prominent farmer and Psruns and eon tinned for three months.
This ..
week Is "
., growers of that place. are among A son was born to Prof and the Woman's the Home.t of Missionary Prayer""f : I here not used It slnoe nor have 1 fill Keen Kutter Tools give the user the y ,,

tk. busia M visitors. In Miami today. Mrs W W. Hall at Evergreen Ala. Society ,f the M. E. Church South I a"pain. : greatest possible amount of assistance 5
teoterdiT .Prof Hall was formerlya Prayer set vie* U held every afternoon -. I 1 believe that I am well and I there I by

1 resident of this city, and principal In the church at S o'clock for give my highest commendation latb cutting clean and true. and by holding
State's Attorney John<< C. Jones U of the Miami Public School All are Invited to attend curstlv qualities of Prrnns." I
-; f among the visitors In the city. Mr. Pe-ru-m rr KMncy Trenbl I their edges so that little time is lost in

Jones I. her to prepare for the ronvenlsg Mr IIIId Mra. N. S. Colllns.wbo Money to Iou on improved property Mr*. Geo. H. Slmser Grant, Ontario I ..
Keen
r, of the circuit court next have been living In. Miami for tin! t. 8. AJnsden, Coeoaaut Orov* Can., writes: sharpening. Every Kutter Tool is

Tuesday morning lest y -ar. leave la tke morning for "I had not been well for about four designed for good service and long service. '
their former home In Palatka. Mr. ,para. / had tUatjr treble, and t.II
Dr. and Mn J. C. Abernathy and Collins ha been engaged the ei- Called for Dlllda1Tholl tact fH Moll near!)' *U tIN time. No better tools are to be bad. They
returned borne last night milt UnslcnMr HHtl.k- If hnnner- afande- sail' !! "This summer I got so very bad I
i Chicago where Met Aheraatby and j td yesterday fternoon for Blmlni.B: thought I would try Pvruna, so I wrote ban been ItaDdard for 36 }ad.

aI f torn sprat th* lummir with relative Scheffel Wright one of the .W.- I.., with several passenger* anjWgo. to you sad began at one to take Ptrnna Toe Keen Kutter Trademark covui

tie doctor Joining them a few week, polly knights of the grip traveling and ManaUn.
ao cad Uk'nf a w0 arad and rut of Jacksonville la business visitor I "I took only two bottles of Pernaa a complete lint of aol a4kr7. 5
toMAdal vacation. la the city Mrs. Wright tad Order ease or son OrUKa *aver,4r and oas of Msaalla, and Bow I feel Sold
b7
i Master Kehef will return next week shipped to JOlt by the Miami But 6 better than I have for some Urn*. .

(FROM MONDAY DAILY) from their summer vacation 'a* Works Mtgft, Miami n*. n "I fl U..aP.nnaaa4Maaalla eared iw

-- B* and mad. a different woman of m*
Mr. George Romfh of Romfh A Miss Albert Hlnton. society editor AST UALF-BOLinAr altogether. lblMtbday I picked up t
Hughes tuite m at hU horn of the Metropolis. Is expected: OF THE SOOIFK the llttl book and read of your Peruaa.

tome the latter part of the week It If the bmtlftu ./ <** kUmtyt to
Mtss Carrie Leall tad Miss Della from Touug Harris Ga, where she (From Thursday's Deity re-ore h.w tIN Mao all ritoeomt
Kltchell spent Sunday at Daala the has spent the put several week Ilt.rIb, Thymutba.U.... aU the
.: guests of Mm LaBre. reeling and recuperating. This Is the }sat half holiday: Thursday .me, ...* the system suffers. There an ,
ol the summer and as a result atmes when tlbr need alittl aasistaac*.

X,. sal Mrs. C. N. N.-mll. RBI Move DUK sad daughter of Riviera are la the Thomas a Faxon bare moved smiles and friends are at the beach ..,. It bas saved may people from i'

eft,. I their dancing academy into the enjoying. aa outing ana bath IB thsurf. disaster by rendering the kidney **,- .

Roth building oa Ixth street, where I"'" at a time when they were not abler '.'
f ; Attorney Hebron B. Sauadera. of i I they] will also run a ant class bowlIng I their owa bcnUaa. '
West Palm Btrh. Is la the city attending [ alley \O QUORUM AXD NOMLETLVO *# ;
; to business affair : OF M A. -
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Mr and Mrs 3. H. Cheatksm TAKEN I F. T. "
'r Mr Earnest Laesrh .of Larkln I i red son arrived home last Bight (From Wednesdays Dally) TEN CONVICTS r ; BUDGE
tae well know manafactarr ofAt' j
Owing to the
lack of
from Fort Valley Ga.. where Mn.Cheatham a quorum
> 1k.. t* la the city today attendIng spent the summer with there there was BO meeting of the j ir
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;t' to business affairs. I l bee parents and relatives. Mr.Cbeat- Merchants' Association yesterday afternoon. TO'THE STATES ,

ham going" ap Sunday to accompany Secretary W. J. Rodg-(
Mr. E. A Barkhar.lt, of West
them back from Jackwavl le. TS. of the association authorise*
Palm Boaca. hi 'la the city, awaiting the statement that tomorrow will\
r th* term of the deceit court before be the last Thursday halt holiday PlilSO 0 Hardware
and Furniture.
$1 which b* will have badness.Attorney today Among Is Mr.the Ooorg visitors C.la Floyd the -city assistant losing, aaj last ca and after November Twelfth Street. Miami .

1. the sU o'clock
general freight agent of the closings
R.' H Seymour retaror will be -
abandoned until
next sum
eel tome BatsrCay night from north f E. C. Railway with headquarters mer.

k era points, wben he spent the past In 8C Annstlne. Mr. Floyd By Guard =
This -
bridges
Is here on tnslnes connected with Morning..
fr weral weeks resting and recuperating. his office. IUO D.IMAGE Stir

r IS NOW OX TRIAL Eight Were Colored and f

!d )lr. Tom Roblasoa. who left Lake- A pleasant surprise party was given The attention of Judge Jones In Two White Men .."" .
( land about two rear ago for Miami by Mr. and Mn. A. C. Richards the circuit conrt Is now occupied InIbe

Y ha returned and with his family at their home on Prout AvenueIn trial of the civil suit of )f. V*

.A s ) are oorn'ortably: domiciled ''n one of honor of little Agnes Matthews'flrrt Brown n. Fred E. Briggs et at Orange 6 Grapefruit Trees

Ue O racy oottage -e-Lakelaad News birthday last Saturday. Baby damage SO.QftO.. Nothing" has been '
1 I Agnes received many pretty presents heard yet from the grand Jury al- (From Wednesday Dally)
) .Miss Katy Tcrbert ha taken the Refreshments were served and
though It 1s believed State
they are hUll: Convict Guard T. E. Bridg I
rUce, in Chaille Racket Store. of a very pleasant evening peat
ap on a verdict In the Troy Investigation es arrived in
the
dry last night from :
Hartman who
bar slater Beetle
I Mrs. others
some being for and
t la BOW misting In Douglas' u cash i Judge. Minor--s.-Jm.: arrived lathe tcatnst a true bill. Ocala.: and left this morning for that

y ..,. I city last night and this morning place carrying ten prisoners sen I

I convened the fall term of the circuit PTEOCFR LASSKLL HAS traced to the state prison by Judge
Mrs George. O. Neweomb of West I rourt. Judge Jones baa not been wen BEEN RAISEDA Metcslf st the last term of the criminal Standard Florida and Seedless Grapefruit, which are bringing the
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,,, ralm Beech, *nJ Mrs W. H. Tompklns. I the past several weeks ad got up

of Jensen. daaghter4alawof I I out of a sick bed to go to Fort Pierceand report this morrlng from the court highest prices in the market. Also a loll assortment ol lead
1 I the late R. S. Flanagan arrived I hold the fall term of court In steamer Lacscll state that the hold The men the charges on which

Saturday night to attend the obse- St. Lad county, Ute sam terminating has been relieved of all water, and -on rifted and their sentences were ing OraD es Lemons Limes and
Kmnquats always:
ss followv John on
:-- Cutes: this afternoon. the latter part of last week that the vessel ta now awaiting the Andrews, oreak- ,

arrival of a toe when she w.U )>roeej lug and entering three yean; Ed hand: We bad on Rough Lemon Soar
Peck: breaking and Orange
Mrs J M. Jackson and daughters (From Wednesdays Dally) to Key West for repairs and entering fire :
,1 ears Frank ..
Ethel sad Helen returned the y ; MeCray obtaining money -
for removal of the balance of I
aoai* Saturday night from Jams under false prct rses. one year;
Mr. Rill Pent a well brown barber the cargo in the bold. r
and other points la the north Elmo Sanford. breaking' and enter .t
; down who has been In Key West for -- I
} where they spent the last several some time, returned' home last Blgtt MR. AND MRS DOCflLASrX lag two yean; Henry Allen forgery
r I two John
weeks yean; Jobnsoabreaki
ca the steamer Miami. I ROUTE TO PIRIS
Inn and entering one year; Gnu Oraprrult ad lias Root, We hav* 1.rp Kioa ---.. Ow Nurseries arw ahsulsusfy '
fleet to Ontario, OsMda.Th On Smith breaking and entering two all of which bare
I Sunday next Rer. O. Bernard The following telegram WAS recelvd their advantage !
the Rd
: remain of th* late R. W. Clarke will hold Episcopal services by the Metropolis today from IIr.i : vcan; W Llgbtbrutne:, grand larrrny when planted upon Laada of the free bps White Fly and M

i Wllkte, who ar
rralitf.. were shipped this morale two years; Harry Feaster asvanlt : '
...
I p All are invited to attend. las. Is BOW eg route to Paris: "S. adapted. w. hammock Jut sear hior SC Ld Cooties .
with intent especially ywtak
i to Ontario City. Canada for Inter to kill five yean
rotford
? S. Adriatic via SagaponAcb. N. TOne
ment. Mr and Mrs. Albro of Minneapolis day out on our way to Par-: All are colored but Andrews andFester. commend Sour 0 range Boots and oa high pin land a. rIM bs baying war :
arrived in the last I Weather The prisoners will be taken for producing the best quality ar Miami fend Lmoa cu,.
city night fine. E. B. Dauglia. tree. Tar 1* It
e i Arrived Fens BlmmlTh I ntcorapanled by Mr. Albro's father 10 Ocala and from there' as:Igned to of Oraage and w* tate pleasure Also oa the Indlsa River. sears aaxT tabrlagtag

British schooner Charlotte and Mr*. Albro'i! mother and Mta MR. .%KT> MRS. nOURIHtlf rbe several state convict: camps. la advising our patrons Fort Pierce dad are therefore I tree from other ao.
both from I
Mlrenra and Maude BI-
Blair all of Minnesota, to spend thewinter ENTERTAINED AT CARDS who ar* la doubt u0 the la position Ito furnish tr.Uo..* of 'a* state .wker taht
mint with of fruit *-
and
paengers.
-y' cargoes
nl arrived U port this morn Albro purchased and Improve last property winter. Mr. W. M. Mears .Given a klnJ of roots best adapted to best adapted,, to different !lOt'e,..... pest to CMoraOrdistributed. *

ing. (From Monday's Dally) their PARTICULAR flOIL. and locatlona. .

I fie Dunce Well Attended Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Hourthun en- Sentence I
f 1 Mia* Margaret Brvaa will com Quite a larr crowd attended the tiTtalned a number of trienJj at of Life
from Danla the middle of the month dance at the Fair Building last night their home on 14th street Satni-lay I

for a brief visit enroule to NewYork gives; by the Daughters of the Confederacy eight at cards. The first prise was Griffing'sI W* also grow a fan Ha* ofFruM

city to eoatlaue ,tier studies Mutc was furnished by won by Mr., Haffttetler and the aad Orussieatsl tree e
la art. Miss Rryan I* ?Very gifted the Blsravne orchestra, and refreshments booby by Captain Albert Helnkle. Finite
,
sad her frlee.Is are greatly served xMn Refreshments In abundance were (From Wednesdays Dally best adapted to South t.

:r .. In her ..eeeea.-Tl* -IDWort1lt-1 r senrel.CKIMHtAL. Pomona Nurseries Florida which ar* fully
Z. T. Merrlt and Mia* Sadie The only Important occurrence In :
scribed ta
Major All St. Clair Vbrama. and Kolb who have been spending the COURT Ibe circuit surf: this morning wa I our larg* n

-t wile arrived In the city last night mmmer at Asheville, N. C., will AlWOURMiU FOR TERM tbe denying by Judge Jones of tho I Ii tasted eatalogu, mailed trw
from Jacksonville, and Kill be her arrive home tomorrow night. Mr. i motion for a net trial In the case Wholesale and Retail
Phone
129-E spa appHcatloa, ,
for several days the guts of Mrs. 7 T. Merritt will go up U far as The criminal court: adjourned Saturday o( the State vs W. M. Mean convicted I
$r Abe-ants' mother. Mrs ft. & ".u- Stuart to meet them afternoon After; winding up of murder in the first decree in
.... Major Abrama wfl assist the : he business of tb* present tru at the last term of court but recommended I .:
tat- In the pronecatJoU of Thomas Arrived from Havana The betel was highly successful a *o the mercy of the court !

W Troy la the event Uat h* I* InI I The steamer M'aml. Capt. White Urge number of cunvictlons\ and thus saving his life and the sentencing I -__ -

dieted for the murder .f Oeorg ONeweomb. I ai rived In pert last night from Key plan of guilt wing secured. fromi of the prisoner to the state HARRY MILLBRGER[ Mr. Front Plans to I rW.nary Dlrtrlct of Florida, Mpia of .n
>enIUatlary for life. WAS
; went end Havana, with Mvernl pas dofrndaBts.: Several case in I 11..1111I.i I will\ visit this city oa th. j
trngers and eon tjorabl freight tbn accused Wf'n'ut on bo-d and Immediately following tbe denial I i I 4fh of November. *t .which time a. t:;
v !' (From Tuesday Pall) i she alla on the rtturn trip tonight r-tners not ready for trial were carried o the motion for a new trial at t ttcrneyl Finish Opera House wll cosnrn: s class of eaadldat:' ::.1-
i
." 11 which Is the second to the last sailing over until the November term. for the defendant served no- DROWNED SUNDAY Thin visit. will b* the last for year .
Mr A, c. or!Dalila. la lathe tie of exception, and were granted '
Frost the will make be'ore going to Judge Metcalf and SolKMUtr; Branln a* Bishop Gray win spend some ttav* "
city today.Attorney havana for a? nenl overhauling <. have return,! to their home ilnety days la which to prepare ant { tin i the Urtybnd, visiting* JOIa&a il
: month la Wfest Palm CMtk.STORES << file their bill. Mf'an..aa then ar- :
requiring a or morGEORGB of Interest tier.
George M. Robbins, of I -- ,- signed, and sentence U follows pronounced i\ IN NEW RIVER .
a Tltasrille, Is attending lo legal ...- ItHI'ITK HAS CLOSED upon him: (From Wednesday's Dally) <

toes ta the City today.Mr COLLAR BOB BROKFUT "It is the sentence of the law andthe Word wa received here yesterday
Durlag Funeral of Little Julia Max Judgment of the court that you. that
I Insurance
an In Sew
Cart FmD & of "Wed Palm Mater Oeo-re Mrhltten. while weD This Honing W. M. Mean be confined In the Bad Acted Strangely and Probably W-k;: has voted to :Mr company W. W Prout SCHOOLBOOKS .t
Beexa. ta la th* city attending circuit -I watching the larger boys playing elate penitentiary for the term of I
ti ; a loan 115000: to complete the
; a court. I I ball was rna over by one of them The remains of little Julia, the jour natural IIff'." Ended His Own Life by I Opera Block: "ow being built on '
aid his collar bone broken at school two Tear old daughter of Mr. and Mean was convicted circumstantially Eleventh: street..
Dr. O Enloe sad family are n- He suffered const 'erably "''n. R. D. Maxwellwho died at an of murdering a negro named Suicide The
petted horn Friday night from the re:1i: : ; but will MOB be able to I early hour last Sunday morning Fmlth. and weighting' his body In at stringency In the money market I
present this
mountains of Georgia. attend rchool again were' Interred this morning at 10 he bottom of Clear Lake.near West The body of a whit man believed I prevents moneybeing
I o'clock In a vault In the city eetnerv Palm Brach the crime: being committed i to be one Harry Mlllberger of Scan- realy until January fat k j:
| This means: teat the people of )fl-
,5 t.. early In tbe spring ton. Pa. and about thlrtj-flve year .
All of the stores and mercantile The grand jury Is still out and of age. wss found floating In the amt are assured a modern theatre
and north fork of New River .t Fort fully equipped for staging any pro-
Orange Grapefruit Trees hocres cf the city closed betweenb have not yet reported any findings I '
LauJerdsle lint ductlon which come this.
Sunday may way
hours of 1* and 11 o'clock out io the court In the meantime I :
rf reppcct to the dead and the par Judge J"ofs Is bearing and disposing The body was found by Mr. A. F. The house will -t about 700 pea And
Snow II ho I pie and will oe well ventilated and I II Supplies
; of matters secured: assistance and
la chambers.
; ents. Rev L. D. Lowe officiated' I '
We have for summer planting a pooH supplyof 'he tiMfcxiules being largely! attend II I! carried the corpse to Fort Louder- 1'irovlded with everything to make It I I'
WILL MARK dale here It was Interred after sate and comfortable The stagewill
ed.
Th GRWKNWITH
Interment
under the
clean, well grown one and two year buds direction of Undertaker was W. B. HK\DSTOVES : being viewed by a eoron..r'l Jury.The 1| \ be up to date In every patlieufar. i V
I jury has not yet rendered a YfOr.I -
in all
varieties Combs.
profitable which we full at I JirtMll'berger. This balljjng will\ also contain }

closing out price; We guarantee our tre8NO CARD OF THAXKSW (From Wednesdays Dally) i !: was: practical'! a'tranger several. placet of business which! "
At a well attended me-'Jlrg> of the at Fort Laudordsl and I It la believed I ..11be completed' at once. making
: WHITE FLY. Send for Catalogue Daughters of the Confederacy at the he committed suicide as he Eleventh street, popular a. a boil
desire to r-tom tha the
au to home of !Mn \\ It. Combs" yerterdsy i I lad been well
'Mends wl'o showed their kindness actlnj rtranr'ly I for eni mesa aa sot a residence thoroughfare ,
."""0011. It.wan decided: to ,i enl days previous to jAj
his
$ dlappearn -
The Winterhaven and ryn mark tbe
Nurseries dreth and less of our b wld wife In the grates: cltr of cerocterv ConfPdPfJ.e with soldier <., He U described a. bl Iaif about .

and daughter headstonts Several othrr appropriate I 5. J feet in height\weight about ITS"mods MIsHOP GRIT TO

WUiTERHA Rnb-t B. Wlkln. matters and wore sandy mosUcb: CONFIRM A CLASS
VEN. FLORIDA of minor importance were The people of Fort Laaderdale solicit
t Mrs Oeaar Coker OoOaoa. disposed of. I
f Information about decea.d.. air bop Gray of the Southern Mir


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MRS R. FLANAGAN MR. THOMAS TROY I I I COUNT COMMR'S POPCLAK OOCPLE .

r Marriage of a Poonfar couple at An Tbs Meat Dh: CxkW U This sI

'Early Hour Yesterday Tee Savannah Prea Faskie1 Is Clucks I professions 4c
of Tuesday, h

AGGRIEVED ATSTATEMENT From Mondays Dally) i>s. 'Mrs. Louis A. Falhgant lau The charm of eootina: ea casorrole MIn j

DIED AT EARLY Wedding be'ls! chimed* forth most FIXED 8 BALLOT ABOXESFor .. un ed th_' engagement of her tbe delliKtusI. blending. of flavors I

chetrily \eateraay morning at 4 10I'clrok daughter Gertrude to Mr. Charles that It *C(|-.hrs. And one can

i.s-rrison Thompson, of MMmi Fla. have meat as Well; as TrgFtables, all
when Mr Edward S. >
I "b" carriage will take place on from the dish and with I d
same equal
trick and Miss Birdie Goodson.both ATTORNEYS AT LAW
IEOUR TODAY Wednesday<< evenli g. the ith of Oc-
good flaror tbe
Perhaps moot popular i
this
I cf city, were happily marriedat
'
t.f'r..t t. John'a Church. Mr.
: the Rsptl by Her casserole dub 1., cbkkea To prepare
parsonage I
Put in Circulation That Be Did Not Mi. Stantoc. Tbjn>p on la a native of ".aml anda this tbe ehk-ken vhould be washed and IRWIN AND JOHNSON
well known yachting master. "
While the family on both sHej wiped very carefully and thoroughly ,
Intend to Return to Miami For I xlllgant was the popular 'I ail
knew that the young couple w..reto I of the MlMnl Kindergarten last then buttered over and dipped In tmuirr an cot>JGD.OI AT uw uttucrrot
De marrltrd before long and flour The chk-ktesf Is then laid In the '
Following Operation Yest c- Trial.-He Writes a Commun'ca. very the Election Next Tues- slid It was here that the young I m OANOSTM
bottom of
sized
were highly pleased al the prospect ,: a good casserole and
couple first met and formed an acquaintance
pull they stole a mar.h on them two cups >>>f sotap stock are added. If G Twain StTMl J
tion the
Afternoon For Attack of to Public I that Is to result In mar-
day-Received Assessors line taasnace ....
,isriNN
and gave all their relations and la rrs, tnblen' are desired with It, a dozen .e. .
ringMlsa Falllgant from one
Appendicitis I 1.I..neS. a great surprise when Infornjej Books-Road 'Material of tbe oldest and best families of small: onions .r* put In wb-rie with a

by them Saturday night that Sarcnnah: en iple of large xitatom cut In't aboutt r. ATHKC05

Previous to the return here a the happy evout WAS lo occur at so ..;" dozen ruiaU ball-. o:>ea' "Ot cut ,

i f> w days ago of Mr. Thomas W.Troy I early an hour Sunday norning !lute fanrr shspea. ,twi b :>d'ula' vf

to stand trial It necesaary, for e reason of the marriage at that V SI PPORT FROM FAR string tmn tio Kt'tt: of ,e ery. a ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,
killing Oeo. Newcomb.a* ground hour .WAY rt.rosKMICH.. tow MMtts f1rs a eMTCysawtmf as4
lake the train wulch
WAS WELL MM CITIZEN[// leas rumor was m circulation that carried was them o toe>t Palm BeachI (From Tneaday'a Dally) clove, a of..|>rig its rile of,",uTslvy whine:and salt one tad turnip pepIwr I .stair&*Public*s>laatM la ':c"a..

be would not come here for trial I Iftr I the da). After spending a delightful The board of county commissioner In a letter to Mr. W. James cut Into fancy All then O.s ia av.u hoe

I I l ul would let his bond CO to forfeit day there they returned to with .members\ ... present except Mr. Rodgers, Mr E. F. Boss a large laid around the(*chicken hape and tile casserole are MIAMI FLORIDA

i i I Little or no tl'e'd.nce was li'.ml at ;::1) o'clock reslarday afternoon Carter, met at the court louse\ this property owner In Miami writing Is then.

I. ,And Had SetTeeS the Wen I I placed by any one In the reporl.but Mr. Curtis llarco bringing morning and prepared the ballot from Pelotkey Mich., says In part: soil put ID the oren to stay. '
City and for
sn hour a If the s. ntxoxucx
upon> learning of the circulation of them down In his automobile. Accompanying -. loses for the wet and dry election "1 am with you in your fight ror quarter. yeget.bks Jon ,

Faithful]* in a Public CapadtyFnneral ;be rame Mr. Troy today mad. Ih"f..llo..lnl !, them! will Mr<. Good- to be held throughout:: the county prohibition and bop that yon will are yonag and fresh, then It Is CIVIL ENGINE I';
Iwst to put them la after tbe chicken
'I
.
statement: ntxt win fight by a Urge majority.I
| M>U, the brIJe'h mother, who had I i j Tuesday. your ANDSURVEYORerr
Monday.-Dcath of Mr*. Upon my return to Miami to anaer teen rUtlrg friends In Palm Beach I I|I Yesterday the board spent a good congratulate the Metropolis for Its has cooked for 'twenty minutes But If
... whatever Indictment the grand noble efforts In the good cause aDd they are old then. they can be startedwhen Rsabs tar SUM al LV.*. rw__
for seven! days iI j jI i portion of the day In reviewing, retiring :: Iwsarsa pus.%sDI.4da Larw rwns4
tr It.O. Wilkiex of Dade fit to the other Miami are '' the chicken Is and both will be awes
I jury county may see Although ;.I lrs. Goodnon wes not and accepting the lax roll hope papers sear PsswaaMIAMI.

find. I am more than grtevaj and I at home at her daugbter'a; marring: ,'': books for the tear 1107. I doing likewise. Inclosed: find my come tender and done at the same 'I FLORIDA.PATENTS. rt

mortified to learn that rumors have |; and lId not know thai It to occur'' The boon show a total property check to help along" Mr. BOBS adds timeIierlled.

bfta ccinnt to the effect that I'' \ and' aas f i.menl of $5,8 8.6S6. apportioned tbat the family will' come to Miami chicken to another savory
(Prom to soon, still she was delighted
Saturday's Dally) would fall to return to protect my I them both I' as follows: Iteal estate ".052.- early this fall and that the temper- casserole dish which to better knownat
It
bapn ortr receiving
The community was shocked and I bond and the gentlemen of your I with anna., Aa soon .. thp.I.al'py Z55; personal property $612.436; ': a(ere In Petonkey that day. Sept. restaurants |haa It Is at the family
open
,,; ,*rieed thla morning to>> learn of tuniitr who were so kind as to stand couple arrived at home, Mr.I i<|I railway tl.209.16I. telegraph $2J.- I Il'th, was 45 degrees. table. To make this the chicken la
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,I the death of Mr. R S. Pltnagan RM| nsor fo me; also to find wtdalypu'Whed I I-arco and alias Lila Coo'son went 511 ; and poll taxes 1.U, I.astIvsrs I I Ant broiled Ten minutes before It to

vlfch occurred: at he Fort Dallas suggestions that money '. back I I, total aa essfflent amounted to WO)L\S'1ii CLtTl HAD"INTEIIE.STING time to serve 'the chicken Is removed
across the river and nugnt i I ..era .
,Hotel at 7 o'cock today full-twins>> :i "** being Improperly employed lan I i Goodsjn home. Mr. and I II : SR72.208 making total increased MEETING from the broiler. Iskl In the casserole asses wjW.Me.r. rewewra r.In.
to Mrs.
".an operation yesterday afternoonfor ,) behtlf. accompanied by the ft-j I Mrs. Frederick Mrs. Wlgglnton {I II : assessment on all properties In the I and the following same poured over I I at.w +a.,.m r err AU. coWWraics.mm a ra rw.raa. .
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appendlclUa. from which he sufftied i: ft i of a reward for evidence of such I I the i I Ij wuntyof J171.4SS The increase (From Tuesday's Dally) It. Take a little mustard two or three wj" i.rr sea .' pea wew iii
their and
daughter, younger
since last Sunday ', it 'prop..r cobduct. over the sign.- j I I were on real and personal proper- Tho Womsns' C'ub met yesterday tablespoonfuls. of wurcentenhlr. I *,.W fv wls ? a t
member of the bar of this j I Frederick: children. II I I afternoon and although the attendance pepPwr I. i> tsss-Mi.ni isis awiDilsw s's. I -
Mr. Flanagan was ore of the best I lure of a i served at ties. salt and stir. After the same te .. .
The was j ,
,kLown men In Miami. !!. was on* I gate; who proposes to assist in the | wedding supper I I I A few other matters of m n->r Imports was irrall\ on account of the poured; over the chicken breadrmmbssre : w Ilwaa.a Ptsr. w taaaia a.m y
> .JO and enjoyable occasion
*f Its first settlers coming/ from : proportion of any indictment which p m. a mo I n<.. were taken up and given berearement: in the families of sprtnkl.la) wa.reaN1N1, o. c.
It. ant then tbe
resulted and a splendid fruitlonch I casserole
Lereimrg. to which place he mood I may be found against; me. I consideration, principal among friends of the numbers most Inter- .
with Its 1s la the
served which wan contents pot .
very
: sixteen years ago from South Carolina "1n mv own State where 1 am was I which was a ratification of the order rusting time was enjoyed by those I .
much: enjoyed by all many touching I II I oven to bral./for| a few minutes. I' GASNOWH.
his native staU. Dee ae4 was M-t brown such insinuations would I: placed for certain new machinery present. Mrs Forsythe who has I
land to
I made
beautiful tiasts being
;forty-six yean of age and up to two i I tare no weight and would merit no for road bull tine except thai rot yet returned from the north I

,years ago served the city gt-od ana' atteullcn, nor do I fear their effectin !I the bride and groom for their future I the sprinkling cart and two of the 1 being on the literary program sent I TO RENOVATE BAGS.A .

'faithfully tor six: rear a. city mar- any degree upon tors good people ),I happiness. Mr. and Mrs. Fredericki.re I rock cart, or can sea cut out of an entertaining paper which ....I

\aLaI and tax :'hector. Since then of Drde county in whore hands I deservedly I popular and are therecipients i|the order, the machinery ordered lead by Mrs. W. N. Hull. N ttwuninf Oesif In CM Beads and lAp.usy

,h* lau aasistedws wife In the mass rt my cae My presence here lathe of congratulations I and I being a roller and traction engine meeting the amendments of the Bequ.ns. P. B G. "

a aiement of the Fort Dallas Hotf'!, best answer. to the rumors that well wishes for a long \life o( happl- combined and eight rock cars.the total club's constitution will come up for The shabbiest of sued or silk wrist d C.-.IIr

,I plat defeated in the last city prtTr I might mot return and while It Is ....... cost of which la to be $7.750. final etion. bags ran he nade to look very elegantand
rotVny' at this time to criticise I rr'_ Attsrt .> CssMbsa. lefennte
wary to reaomlaaUoa aa city mar- place The boarj baring fteUhpd Its work I expenslre In the following way: :
who offeas the A GHASTLY FIND awJsCemlSMila t
the rtntleman today.
fcal.DeceaaeJ adjourned at noon DOM ERS--XORTOX Cut away th. .oJd leather to within aa w
the two"1e of s
I
trd. assure
enjoyed a w.de circle of 'en can Hissing Vessel and 'Me Found a* !II I Inch of the franc and make a new West Palm Beach :: Flood
that neither myself nor
ibis county Marriage of 1"n.lar Couple .t'
Meada Ihla a
and death has causedeweral Bottom of River bag or brocade or thin tapestry the
sorrow and r-gr-t. The my friends bar spent or will spenda Board Public Works Lemon City Last Sight name slae. To stitch It to the suede

.affllctfoa: which cauaed death was dollar for. any Improper purposewhatsoever. (From Monday Dally) right up ctocl to the, frame to a very O. W. MAYNARD
Bert noticed ,Jut but under I (From Mondays Dally)
Sunday
easy matter j jaM stuff beiag turned
ha
Thos. iff. Troy'NEWS The schooner Noel, which
areful treatment the patient Imp I Held Short SessionFrom At the home of her brother Mr.
the four
been lost for put
Iprond I nth yesterday morning! be- reported Will Norton. Lemon City. Miss
rconths, was found yesterday by
lag .:p and about the houe. when l*>nl:e U Norton was married at
a rels,.. aet In and his roadltlonalarmlog AND NOTES C<
., :becaa. Late yesterdaya with the skeletons of the two meson > ( TD day', Daily) C. Bowers, of Fort M'adc. Polk i|

: "leraooa Dra. Jackson Burp and board of her. Thor regular meeting of the Boardof es.uute.Tier L. ? Rr ft ofi' a
'OramMag performed an operation The schooner Noel left here more Public Works was' Held last nigh A number of I lnr' u frieLda were JEWELER ADD OPTIClAR.

and the sufferer seemed Improreawntll FROM LEMON CITY than four months ago with .twj and the main matters unJer consideration prevent: i>.t the c",>. -monv aLe! many Perfect BtUag, easy wearing gasses

11 o'clock oUt night when colored men, \\ m. Smith and Jack and discussion were mean were tht wishes extended the! happytoople are a Brest _fora. With our extea>> ;,

C ke began to sink rapidly, the end Panda en beard for Shark River. tb raise funds meet certain obllgallons for future happiness and TO ales apparalos and large experience

} I ccnttng at 7 o'clock this morning to get a cargo of wood. Af er being I and b': completion of thejnew prosperl'r. The bride i* an atlrsc- pOO there is no guess,work Price rwaooable. -.

t The sadness of the death is In- absent several weeks she was I fire department headquarters lire young woman d...'lddly popular I ( W. repair Wakheslocks, t

I reaacd by the fact that Mrs. Flan- at Baptist Church Did an given up for lost lluilding, now uDder erection and the kind of a woman that j OQO Jewsrly and SpectaelM. A portio* efycur '
Meetings
tsan was not present with her au>- \\btl. up the Titer In search of a { In the latter matter It was shown makes iran a good dutiful wife. :i 0 % : trade D between asked for. Located en At-
I ooot ne llth and IMh S&e.O.W.MAYNARD .
a.aj data his illn_ aDd death. Immense Amount of Good Much cargo of wood Captain Scott found thai the board, oy erecting; the The groom is a prosperous young BOO

Che was hnrnang to brat however the Noel lying on the bottom in ; building Itielf has already eipended.a nw-hant of Fort Meade ego pA o /

1 ..ad one expected to arrive tnnUht I Interest in Prohibition ElectionA about five feet of water. The sans sum totaling: .550.59.. \Vlti Mr. and Mrs. Bowers left thl. ,

though advices received today state were all tied up and the cabin was I Ui% all of the It'at..rl.l. except a morning for a visit to Ja 10..0111'1 lie Jessie sad &1'_a
i '. I Surprise Party tightly closvd- After summoninghis I tmall amount of hardware has been and points Ir South Carolina, ater I LoraaaT CJOT in TASLBUCXD oou j S'a

A crew they cpent the cabin and purchased, tearing a balance of two which they will go to Fort :Mride

were EorrlCed to find the skeletonsof I thousand dollar. to be expended OQ :and make their future nomc. (1 :into shape .. you go along Next #_'f'/f J' + 9..a..

the Iwo men tn taetr bunks.It labor In completing the bulldlns comes the decoration. The bag U-

|s evident from the testimony I It was shown that the work ta TIOMPSOM.FALLiGANT11'EDDING Imtrated .In 'semn' with jewels with

., 'Lemon City Oct. tAU of the given ly the men who found the progressing, ; well and that the bulldag WEDXF.IiIH iY the lovers' |ku..t la UmUhed gukl 1 j

s 1e meetings held at the Baptist: Church vessel that the unfortunate men bad : : will soon have been encloeJana! braid. The Jewels: are very close ti>- FDrrftWoSk-1 'L

were well attended ant the spak- closed the Coat up tightly:: to keep leadr for occupancy within a few The Tbompson-Fslllgant wedding Ketber. and I .In a r."J. plan to follow !

trf at their beat On Sunday the out the mosquitoes and had hen weeks will\ take place on Wednesday sven : the pattern +f the brocade nr eli>e nI I ;
started a make before they went to Inr at nine o'dock.t 8t Johns I I a Minple metrical dexlgn When J. onthlvr.'cfeftJ

|I crbwdi were *o treat that the "1- skvp. It la supposed that they' Eplsconnl Ctninh. Savannah Ga. the ernbruhtciry, Is onlrheU. sllintltch In
1
ftttrrerrrould} not accommodate them mothered to death from the smokeIn Rev c. O. Bradlev. officiating Miss a silk llDln:;. whirls will hkle all the #
to remain ouUlde _toll I I }lrfwt;,. '
;. the tightly closed cabin. I MATT RSBEfORE" Ionise. Falllghnt:: will be betats. i tltrbe*. Kereral ban jn dllapklatedto
ISCHOOl
*toe The dlbner and supper "
The Noel was brought Into port leis mild cf honor snd Mr. Jamee i iThrmpfion. cue were vuorated in thin way and MOST 1124t.-nPl..IItAO.\D'I.'

thbt acre served oti the grounds, by the crew of the Victor and an will toe his brothers ;,, realised: a ctmiUlrrabJe/ sum each for a I n TUB WORLD"

t'f wfre. ample alt.Nuch and thoroughly enjoyed Inquest will' be hell by Coroner tent: men. Little Mlts Ella Louise charity J j Ask your --Iealer for thiatuperbmelwue

; u / by Owynn this afternoon. Key 1Veutinea. SCHOOl Travis will be flower girl and Master I ; II ho docs not bjuntl it

{ Rood was accomp.isheJ at Robert Travis, Jr., will' be the king coo lU his name and address with>..,
It these meetings and we hope that the -- Any. name and lICk!..,...sad Ice. for ample
u.b..rs..11\\
tR conrcntloa will meet in Lemon ring bearer The I An amcai g story Is being told run
Rgular 1JCilcoWusi
CAST SUPPLY DEMAND e.py. price
Guslar Robertson Mr. William
Mr
rernlng Certain duchess and HttW:
City again.Laat thj paper.
HOl>t'lIMfD. Mr.' R. F. Reilly and Mr. Prince Henry of Wsles., The duchess:. J.
Saturday afternoon a surrrlae BOARD Barr
; Ice Company Forced to Order Ice Harry Prefse. all of Sarannah Mr. I Pabtlshlag CesnpnwyW
party was glren in honor of From West Palm Beach will return toMiami was staying at Randrtngham.' and tea g .rf lid stewsSaw. Tel tasty "
and Mrs.
Thompson
: 1 i served la the
Little Miss Hazel Des Rocben'elghthbirthday was being big hU
.
I early In the fall to make their I
1"I' at the home of Mra.Franc (From Friday's Dally) I future lesidecee. Prince Henry.'who>> was present was I
ZumwaltThe made of by the ladles. and the
(From Tuesday's Dally.) murhj I I
Although It his been said In --
s little folks rpt-nt the evening : duchess In her sweetest -. said to
K.: & FLANAGAN I
print that the closing of the saloons lie Board of Public Instruction Old
In playing games tn the peanut : Notice of Final Discharge aim: TypeBlue> Stem ;
has and will decrease the businessof Dade County, la in session todaywith
hunt little Pearl Desrtochers fond "Come her and a
dear give DM atla.
Ili that she BMleeed the train at lack the most nuts and was given "apprise tile Ice:' company' from 12 i to t>0 all members present and transacting In the County llld,.'. Court Dade ."

_YUle this morning and will not pretty book. In the called per day facts do not famish. evidence considerable business County :Florida.In .
o a game Prince Henry came, gave a good
the ..11be\ Duke of York
that Hall that
a
company reported Estate of William
Superintendent r. Wagner deceased -
be able to reach Miami before to- teat of memory Fedora Went look at her'and then said In his ..b.rIll.blldl.b ,
sufferer
I *: arrow night. Mrs) W H.Tom- ret mbsrod the most articles and great or that the necessary I he had drawn a warrant for flOO ,
I capacity of the plant will have to : In payment on the Dan la school contract : Public notice Is hereby gives that treble:
Jensen. Alex St. cur
klaa of Mrs.
wads given I a prlre of a beautiful "
be decreased or Its money value re- I ; also a warrant for $10 In on December Cth, HOT the undersigned Thank you. some other day
-Abama of Jacksonville Mrs.George
and bunch cf .
roe'eu.The duced. payment for work at school No. 1? win file his final report with It was quite Irresistible; ne ors could Tomato Seed .<

: Neweomb. of West Palm refrekhn.enU served were Evidence of theee facts la furnished I sod that be bad ordered desks aa the Honorable A. E. Heyaer. county help smiling sad happily the d1lt'.......' <
Beech etep-wa ghter* of deceased site, lemonade, candy and '1It1. Ha-
win Mitre In the city In the fact that the companycan I directed by the board for KboolsNoa. Judge of Dade County, Florida sense of humor was sufficient to permit
tonightOwing lei recited cUll from '
many pretty not even now, furnish sufficient 1 and 6, colored and twenty and ask for his final\ discharge aaidmlaistrstor her to enjoy laugh against her
.; to the delay in Mn. Plana her friends. Those were:
present Ice for local consumption and yealerday I desks fer school No. %Z. His actions of said estate. self.
alas reaching Miami tbs funeral Maggie Bell Pon.... Leonore DM t
was forced! to order a carload were approred.The Frederick 8 .Morse.
will not held until
bo Mondar af- Roches. Fedora Ooode.Merwln .
necal of ice from VVet Palm Beach, I: following appointments were Executor. A Hub. .* TkrM.
tempos at 3:30: o'clock this swrvloes DeaRoch-

t l4nc from the Presbyterian church.oad"rUd 'I..... Gladys Peters. Grace Andrews.lissel arriving last night. made: !Miss Georgia Tucker asulfl-/ Three thing to gorern-temper,

:.: by Rev W. W. Faria Des Rochera Mrs. Morrison Learning of this a Metropolis reprentatlTe ant at school No. 14; :Mrs C. D. NOTICEIn tongue and coodnct

fsllel up the Ice factory I I Hudson, assistant at HomeMeaM anr* Three tIDp to cnltlrate-conrag*.
silted bj :Rev. L. D. Lowe and Mrs Zumwalt.Lemon .
over the 'phone this morning and Mlts Kate Long, principal of the County Court sffectlon and IIPGtleD_.
at-
"JoE' The popalarity of deceased wa
City Is aroused over proM- ...ked'b.l'. the there'Are 'hool at rice Miss Olive Dade County Fla. .
.. matter up < Pompano Three thing to t'fmImeM-tbrlrt. InI
t. .. bv the hundreds of friend
Utlon ar.d many discussions sad ar- R. A S Peacock and Isabella I
tttwnded you shut down or Inc.paclt.t-I '.Vilght I resigned. I I dnntry' and| .
who the promptness.Three
>> obaiqulea tad acC i rnments both public and private, are Peacock Partners
eiennaBjed the body to the grave taking place: ed?" I )(1'. T. V: Moore, one of the true under the and trading '| things to ."..|>ls.-cruelty, ar-
; name
styleof
t. "No the School District !
came<< "runningthe Tax
answer t-es of Special
the coriege being one of tbe largesti Monday night thee was aa 'nterest- I addressed the boardrequesting Charles Peacock A: Son I I mcanc aed InaratfrmleI .
i tbe ttsttt-y of the city. The f.or- laIC and enthusiatlc meeting at Dr same ca ever. No. 2. Miami rs I Three thine to wish for-health..

1 al trlbntee were very nnmerona and PtiPnls* corner and oa ThursdaynlRht Then why are you ordering ice the purchase of twenty Henry Lndlnm !I friends sod contentmentThree
from West Palm Beach' was a.k- Ore desks for the Miami school. He '
beautiful, there was'' another neetlag! at I To Henry LudlnmTou: are hereby thin** In admire- dlnlty.grarefnlneiM .
Asnoeg'' the saddest and most afflicted the Rev. Lowe Miami d."Bet"a'l" ", directed to purchase the desks. notified that writ of attachmenthas and Intellectual I
v same place.. of of theCelled a power. lr
we need It In our bua- also I water cooler a map %
of the attendants at the funeral gave an interesting and ln(4ructlre I been>> Issued against you and Three thing to glre-alms to the .
the
bras, was the prompt reply. Stktes and a map of
t was a young negro man, namedJobL talk. )onr property attached to satisfytbe. needy comfort to the sad and appreciation i
'
whom Mr. Does this look like the business of world, with 150 Rex asstiibly books
Flanagan had ratsu
There WIlD a danc at the library demand of Us above named lot the worthy _
has will understanding that the __
ed from cb1l4.%nel She Ice company and be so with the I '' .
n who
i worshiped plaintiff amounting to Three hundred -
Friday night given by the young downof I will be responsible' for the
greatly effected by the closing board (
him with that ,
I reverence and inspect and sixty-nine dollars aDd nine .
ladles that
Xwe Tather from of place. the saloons T And it will also be : payment for the books with the assurance The Aft_ T_
I. a child. ThUuag
a yt eight cents.
1 4: > Berro entered the church I It I Interesting, when made public toI I that all or a pan of the Now unless yon shall appear before -' Orange straws are among the dainty Id already! Tory scarce, by early fall i:

: e4or behind the bier carrying I a learn just how 'much of aa asset the teachers pay for the same I the County Court at Miami. Fla, tidbits that are frequently served with I we believe there will be ax genuine :
ice plant will' \ be to the funds of Prof. Gammon and' Misuea Sanders aft> ... To make them the
ear
oIIj.
|
bouquet which h the D.
beautiful tenderly :DELRAY FALL INTO on 4th day of November A. :| I seed oa the market and advise Niy .
j. sad effectlonately laid oa the cajeC the Fort Dallas National Bank : Klftgsley and Carpenter were .1907. Judgment will bo rendered|>i lest quickest way remove the white :

"r Tbe cen. sod lesson of fidel1 -I when a settlement Is affected i named a committee to report on the against you and your property sold'to I 1' membrane from the.orange. ped. rut I IDI' your seed now. We refer yo to .1

t. Sty and {love taught br this young preralencea arlflng under semi-an- pay the debt. bite thin, ere strip and soak tm cold ),fl'. J. T. Wo 'ord. HaUand. d

f etro was most affectlag. PROHIBITION STCDEXTS AS8OOATIOf! rual promotions.A Dated this 2!Itla day of August A.1' water for two lieu.... At ,the end of Fla., aa to the tmeneee and auprr- !4

I petition, signed by fifteen patrons D.. 1107. that time wipe dry Ball toe cups of of

t )MRS ROUERT 0. WILKTI Formed by Pupils of The Higher of the Miami colored school Charles I Peacock A: Bon I sugar wth) on* of water until the levity oar stock. Price abject I

Grammar School Grades requested the removal of Ella B. By R. A. 8. Peacock sirup thrt..... dip the straws Into. this to chane- Ox. 2Sc; X Ib. n cats, .0

r l From' Saturdays Daily) (From Tuesday's Dally) I Stephens, principal of the school on Plaintiff then lay 1 ion oiled paper onto the next X pond $1.75;.one pound $150.

Mrs. Robert O. .. aged 29 LINE On last Friday afternoon pupilsof I the around of .improper conduct. day

'f year*, died cIa"II afternoon al H the higher grammar grades were I A counter petition, signed by about NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORFor ,

f6 4 o'clock at the family residence on i called to the auditorium by Fror one hundred persons, requested her When C...".... K"i_ J

t Cth street, after a long and linger- Gammon to organize a retention Mien InrmtlgatUg the Final Discharge Add a flay bit of carbonate et soda to J. BOLGIANO & SON
fig Illne-s.. Oct S Aroc-lation matter the board decided that the In Court of County Judge State of
Delray. Delray la isline and to elect StadC'ot"1 tile bat* brick oa the knlfebuard.

,, ( Deeeaied was a loving wife, a 4"1| for a dry COli at,.. At a called meetIng t bject of this association Is complaint was not well founded and Florida.In Knives Will polish much more easily.- Baltimore Md

l toted mother and a patient sufferer I of citizens held last nlgbt a lh. students some of the thing I refused To entertain the petition fog re Estate of C. B. Crocke<<. Jr.Dade Home Chat ,

r learHr insides her bereaved hns- I I ITohibltlon League was organised they do not learn In the class roon. remOTa). County.

Lead three man children. She wash I and the following officers" elected Hereafter every Friday afternoon I Notice U hereby given to all whomIt xonczAH

( Mrond daughter of the late Oa i and committees appointed: the members of the Association will NOTICE may concern, that oa the SSln Qwa-. Sprats, a" Swellings

f ear Cbher. of Toronto City Can. l Chairman-J. R. Ltathermaa. meet In the auditorium and a pro- day of September A. D.. 1117, I I creditor
legatee dlatrthw-
A 'sad tile will All creditors, legatees, distribu shall apply to the Honorable A. 87Heyser Caved ,
body
be
to that
: shipped I .See'y and Treaa.-.l. II. Lrather- gram consisting of readings, recitations claimsor tees and all persona ha ring claims)
tees and all baring
}- y4ac tpsiliLht for interment | m... music, etc.. will\ be renderedby persons Judge of said Court as Je or demands against the ...... o(
the of
demands against estate
f Tm7wipathy of many Mends Committee on Finances -Frel C.I I some of the students. A committee John Thomas Peacock; deceaaed.ara! of Probate, for my final dlwhsrcsa ",. of ftlDW\, 1111, i taught DrucTU C. MeConalek. ........

0 sal the community U extended to I Fenno and L. W. Habbard. will be appointed to awe after Administratrix of the f 'e cold and had the qulasy. Mr throatwas are required to pnsset the same

_..,. tb* Meted famUy. -. Committee place .. I for the required to present the same within C. B. Crockett. Jr., decease an. swollen. no I could hardly '
..... f on of .u.ac- la gymnasium boys. two from the Jut v..bncation that within two years from the last Mba, years at the trme I will
Pi'l same
Dr. J. R. presentto bres'iei C I applied CllazaI erI&la'.
Caaon. Jr. John J.Bcbablnger. elected follows
: and The officers were aa of this notice to the undersigned Hcatkm of this node* to the MderslgMd. -
t- IIi said court my final aeenonta a*
Ta* Sofia's
4 Orw Arrtrea ; Papa Balm and It gate me relief In whose poatoffleo added

Two>f the erew of tho MaiUUryrawl Committee. Xnato- 3. R.Dav- .I.. Gautier. president. Cotoenut, whose Grove postoOee Florida,address otherwisethis is ask administratrix for of said 'estate, and a ri>ort|time. Tn two darn I wan anrunt. te Coeoanut Oren Florida. other t':

.!:. yacM Rods, Captala Alben is. F. E:. Fenno sad Miss Sara Bettie Qaartermaa, Vice-Free. notice wOl be pleaded In bar cf Dated their March approval. ." says Mrs. L. Conatan. Otter wise this notice will bo pleaded fa
18th. A. D.. 1011.
e; IMakle.. nrrrred last night from WUttama. Floesto Lowe, Secretary. hem. Mich. ChaabsrUJn'a Pain bar of sere elalnia.

New Jerk. sad were at onee net The meeting was largely attended Frank Donglaa. Treasurer' such clalma. Jackson Peacock. Agnes McO. Crockett.Administratrix.. Balm fa) n Unlmemt and >. eapeelallrraluable R. R. McCormick '

! shoat re ar1aK tbe yacht tor early and enthusiastic nnd adjourned Sam Brown red John Dlxon. Sear- Ewan Peacock for nprahs and awemngB.For.saJe Executor of list win an4 taufiment

:_t'IM. ... ... : snLject U Ute can of the chairman. rent at Arms i Easeators.e By Hudson A Bonn by Biaeayne One Co. and of Drueira C. 1IeCoraJ 4o '
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RU PV p41pu THK MIAMI METROPOLIS FRm.tY OCTOBER 11. 1907 PACK gaVBy: 4 4J


1 ; o i r w venues 'rom Rt . .-. .. ;. . . . . -.' .
a it I JnLLnuHIUl- I iHtu'IKIIUlI MUCH VALUABLE CARGO'TAKEN )
J ABLE ANSWER T iy \ : Five One ;;1
ow 'tit oiks o fthe flesh are Questions Answer :
nifev mhl h are these: adultery Id
n .11' n uncleanllne. idolatry ;I COUfilWill T FROM STEAMERLassell .'

DR. GRAHAM BY i. hl'rart. bred. variance "mulaOD I
' .. wrath, strife ftedltlons, here II M right to Itreie mm to sell that which win .-ke. cam .

<.... eruyt ,;11. uurrt, <.rs. drdnkenrevelling drwnk. .adilwtl pnnlikh" the nun fnr bring drwak?

-., !, and each like; o! Now Full of Water on Soft Sand Bottom of Bears Is It right to license a man to make paupers and the tax: sober '.
*hl It h I Ull ion hefcre AS I have | .
REV LOWE/ they j Will ".''.1ell.e In fall Term men to take care of th m?
iso told you in time past, that .
Cut-Wrecking Co. to and Raise Her-More Than
*Li Here morrow-Large Number of .
"
e 'rlt the Kingdom of God. --Ual. for arhools to teach vlrtste
Half Her Cargo Still in Vessel and Under WaterIt .
S.: ls-11. vivil Cases: are Scheduled to l. M right to devise revennr out of a trame which no detest
These are the words of the apos- man defmd?
To Criticism of le who this advocate of liquor traffic (tome Up for Disposition
A ClergymenFor we'tld lead the public to believe 1\I D<-W more evident than ever one, soma silks and linen eta The I : Is It right to balk churches to ace asm, and at the Saaa .

Taking Part in the lands for the open al>Oil. Bathe that the trainer Lajsell which wa meat of he removed ttuff 1s undamaged time lleene shops that destroy them ; f
< fart Is '"t. Paul cnpmorates the ran aground on oft bottom off by water. Less than ooe-U.lrd I am only nor, .

. a CampaignAKDpffllONOFSCIIIPfll tree and crimes Inevitably fosteredby From Mondays Dall,.) Bear's Cut list Friday night, after ,lof the cargo has been taken out thei i,4 Bat I am one. "
the saloons and affirm that those I ceiling off the lump off/ the new balance oelng under' water andcousletlag .
The lolk>"lng U the calendar of I ran not do ererytnnc:
ship channel to prevent her sink- In of
tnillty of such things : ."-11 not Intent : part cement a fOmI I
s the kingdom of God." civil are new on the docket of lug will\ become a total wreck, the 1: plele twentvton Ire plant!: ..railroadi Bat I ran do something aWhat

the clap of people with lh. circuit court. and which will Ude rising and falling In her hall. i i material dry foods groceries. etc. I caa I do, I ought to do, ,
Note also
nely roe called for disposition at
Im nejlately!: ni>on the receipt I The cargo now stored In warehouses I
'T whom the Apostle would associate: And by the grace of ii>d I win do. t
lb. tern of the court convening tomorrow .
here Saturday morning of the vesl here will either be delivered s
the advmates of the saloon. We morning: -'Irs. V. C Knwrr. .. Fart far KrerywM: .
being put ashore the wrecking i the owners or sold here depending .
I' jmuallv Judge men by the company' U. V Brown* Fred E. Briggs fleet got away to her and ever entirely open the decision of the Inrurauce . . . . . . . .
they keep. Self-respecting mea 7
libel; damage $50,000. since they hire been active in taking I companies Interested In theamen .'

:: .1 should their companions look about and them U and they are nee Graham Murray, assumpjlt Hill Hotel damages Co. vs.$2,000.Salem that cff wnlJ and bringing be removed In what, from freight the expected representatives here tonight of In which any event are . . ) . . . .--.

la his. Reference the Sale .. satk-fied with associates whose .
not John E. B.
0. O. T* Douglas
hold. At a retail both of the the wreckers will get one-half of
r; Use of habits sre mentioned la the above liest; damages 12BOO. vartbouse* ou the Benner Line tbIu.: at which It U held or What Beer Does to Our Stomach.:,
:
Liquor-Various Passage reference, they should choose more r.. T. Fort Produce Co vs. J. T dock and the Chat Co.. warehouse for which It la sold This half will ,

From Holy Book Prescribing Ag. congenial society. Fet rs. garnishment: damages are filled with merchandise be equally Divided among the boats ,'.... '
Take another reference from St. ".150. and such other. article of the cargoas and men actually engaged!: !in Its '

t that the Use of Intoxicant Paul"Know; ye not that the unrighteous Douglas T. Spiers vs. O. T. and could be taken oat. t lescne and then portioned out 1IeI .* bartewler C'OftlpI.lM'd heraawe he fwd to rub --,114-,
r shall not inherit the King lorn Howard Schneider d.mllon the William JohBbom. of Key Largo coiding: to th* lotinage of the vessel .*
neltWfornicaton. I drop- of dickey beer o. the bar. "Itat U I w( them .ahy" Its S
..1.1S' cf God Be not deceived; case $2060.Frank ..as wrecking matter aboard but and the nnmoer of men Interest re
nor Idolaters. nor M. Brown vs. J. c.AMor-1 late: yesterday afternoon he surrendered ed. The wreckers will\ get nothing Mid "thry would rot the wond." (

roveton, tor drunkards nor revilers ik hy et al, action n-4"I the vessel to the Jacksonville : cut of the ship Itself "They rot the wood, do they" fiercely repeated. the '-or.... .

Editor Metropolis: nor extortioners shall Inherit 100. Key West Wrecking Company It Is reliably stated that the' LasT her "'Ibcota. what In the name nl fmrmm sew do'they d* SewS' .1
la four letue of the Its aa article the Kingdom of God."-I Cor. f:' U. A. Mailer n. Dade County which will try to raise andante ... Is uninsured and the belief isexpressed vUimarh .
"It K
I National T beyond" me to trtV replied the BsaaJpwUtar of
Co. First :
by Walter S. Qrahaai appeared ind 10.The I Security and the steamer practically all of i that the can not be sired a
1 which attempts to expound the Bible condemns drunkenness Ii4.nk of Miami, anaumpalt damages the cargo that rauU be taken out I lu she Is bllgtd; anJ her bottom badly
Scrpitune aad Lb. subject of saloons In the most unqualified terms and $1'000. l-y the wreckers hiring been salved. tots though It is probable the to mace ,.f east Iro., ElMe how could W Mhstasii t

and to criUcls the dergymeu lot open saloon foster drunkenness I J. A. McDonald Co vs. MiamiContracting A Key W est wrecker by the name of I,| wrecking company will make an efI the amount of beer that be p.t. Into H? Let me show ,.. st.'oIit ur

of Miami for taking a part la the ; therefore the Bible contemn Co.. assnmp lt damages Smart.: Is now aboard the steamer i I fort to free the hold of water and tong" He placed a pier at raw nest en UM cwwMer a.4 deep '. f
list campaign. lbe open saloon II '- end a number of the wrecking vessels rave tome of the cargo -
As fcvldtnc that saloons make J. A. McDonald Co. vs. C. R.S.rfanaoa art still removing such of the I water, among which Is raid wtoM : pod H ..t.oal meaMra of Imported Uqwor : .:

As Ilia.* th the honor clergymen of being of numbered Miami druvkard note that BO arrest for assumpslt damage $(SO. cargo as can te secured.: Captain :' number of fine automobiles. If this IB rove misiwtes the meat bad parted halo little p4soN M. s'
among draakeaaess have bee made since I H. J. Darkhardt T*. Miami Print- still board done U Ic backed ,TIt "
daD
aad as I bar. made nor than Rogers and the crew are tan be It possible save though by a krlfe. : ;: .
the drat of the month when the saloons lag Co.. trospMs. : damage $10.000. the steamer, which Mea about half I the vessel though the expense may to } ,
not surprising thAt beer drinker ,;
a cursory study of the Holy Scriptures seldom I Southern Ernies Co. vs. J. A. I am held by U ..... I,4,
closed. Formerly a day worth. .
mile directly cast of the sea buoyat le more than the ship U
a
and as I bar aougbt to load I awe compute to be rates hazard rtokaArkaaaa ...
6eardiU .
passed without OB* or more ar- Ctemoaa, appeal.J. Bear's Cut 'the chip U liftedto The Lassell lie Inside the reef. .v.
'r n, clergyman my influence to a th*.a esus dtlxea of prObtblll0s. and a- rest for drunkenness or disorderly A. McDonald Co. TS. F. W. port :and settled well In the soft I which acts u a barrier to the sea. . . . . . . . .. F

I deem it say duty to make reply conduct, due to driak. : ... aasaaipslt damage $1.4(0.Transfer rand on which she was beached. The and which will make likely for her ._ : t
Please recall u farther evidence I Emma C. Beck rs. Miami fires in her furnaces went out soon hull to te visible and Intact for along ,
to the afore mentloaed article the leeeat article* ta the Metropoll ('(,., appeal after the was run aground though times 3CCOCOCOCCOCOCOCOOOOOCOCOCOOCO: : : : ) () <

Th gentleman would have th. by teacher 1* oar publllc school Coviagton c... n. Salem Sawaya.ftampli the Jonkeynglne Interest la ttlll :
Sy a steam nan been kept' on The same general
r public belief that the Bible endorses la which-. she tell how some schoolboys .* damages $2.000. < boiler between decks and manifest. among boatmen la the A Strong Plea to the Countryman
e the saloon butlae** a* yeoad acted were mad.drunk. Every year W. C. Fogg plaintiff In error va this was of itervle In hoisting car- i wheat: which U the roost valuable
la Dado etfaaty. aad h* quote St. fill drunkards' C. A. Graves defendant la error of
ISM** men grave i KI: from the hold. : ever occurring right at the door
Paul as evidence. This to a devout and the Mm number- of young mea appeal: foreclosure of lien. The cargo removed I Is of a general )Miami so to speak the cargo of r
nilBd Is little short of sacrtleg. No form Inebriate II&bl'to go In the Mtam.1 Electric Railway Co. vs. nature. There are case: after case which< was brought into this dt,. lulKor Miami Mctmoolto:
intelligent map believe the Bible : same way Still oar critic: says the F. E. C. Railway Co.. replevin. of c nneo rood box upon box of I The cargo saved U worth many -
I t Mash ha been said how
a to the
saloon affect liislsliving
open
business W.
defends la word or spirit a i UibU endorses the traffic and clergymen Edward Gootfried vs. F. dry goods! (boos! and shoes between thousand dollars crnseinently the
which the raited State Supreme i mast be silent! I Malts and H. C. Roome appeal tfty and sixty. high grace pianos a men sal boats Interested will some la rural districts and being a coBBtrma myself, please B*>

Court atrlrm I* "tI. greatest source ;'|'|I I The Bible also condemns prostlI erfercement of lie... hundred or more buggies; and wag- In for good sums each. low me space In your eatlmaM paper to say that th0 spew salons
of elms and misery that there U Ins W. C. Groves vs. E. C. Railway
toilon. Lewd character, ..otorloul'I exist I
I I I IlFih -- m they today are a gecate. cnne to the eosmtrv peeps sail 1grater
.7 ..- j' saloons ha been Co. .damages case $100 ,-
about a
*
hock '
'
hindrance to prosperity and wealth than ett.r'.M; .
E'.. If the Bible web entirely IIi i i shamefully manifest la and about 0. CAME FROM LEE COUNTYTO pry I
leat about the evil of Intempersace I!', MIami; sa that logically advocate i iI I Annie! It. Hill rs. F. E. C. Railway thing. [

-i It would still b* every Christian's j, of the saloon must not be surprised Co.. trespass In the case, dam In the first place the eowntryauui a* easily sthwnlaoa by;

duty to b.lp la a ertisad: against I I at being considered also sponsor for' ages $2.000. grog as (fM city man, and when so stimulated beeasan B* great
r s these places cf rlo apt wlekedaea ,, this vilest form of ImlD ral1t1. Log- E. L. Eaton vs. J. D. Glrtaian ENTER A HOMESTEAD a nnlnance ss oonld well he ImaaUned. We have taw same Uitn (
It to required of a Christian to''j!i Iran, and practically also. A* ev- administrator trespass. ; damages try
I classes In the country that the city has, the U'totaler. tk*> dram
:.Me a positive coamaad from the 'f'tIee. take he following : A gentle- ite0o.E..1 .
r BIble for every good :act! man whose bnelaen call him each sad UK. Reed n. R. G. -- I drinker and the drwakanl-and we regret to say that rest of .... '

A Turk who beller** th. Koran I' day to North Miami, report that on.September I. Stocking oan.tes $1.000. Lone and Aged Woman Tra- CHARTERED LINER citizens belong to the two cl_ Ut _tto..d. *

wouU demsad this bat not a ChrtoUoa 10th the* house were I Board cf County Commissioners TS Every year some of our jnmmf awn are going done ..'TaWhauchery. y

who believe the Bible. I crowded October with 1st dissolute there was characters.On only one. City Bank of Miami of Lexington damages n. $10,000.E. D. Do- veled Distance Withan every year m spite .rf a mother ,...,... to ears t&eam*

;v If the actor K tb!* ankle la for three house, who said Perry, ansnmpslt! damages $1.SOO. or a father's Inrtmrtion to leave off tINt terrible>> "lubttfonaBaTdemon.

'T',' caetUoa should see a burning butU- the v-oman others had left town because the There I* but one and possibly two Ox Team FOR WORLD Handreds of bf.&no denied the support of the fat>te P
tag IB which a persoa was calling
r : for kelp would h. render lamdl- saloons were closed. Any one pass- criminal cases to come before tbero.rt to pay the barkeeper llnndrvtfs of wires are denied the pro***.
at this term.
4+ ate .. or ant stop to Recall a versa lag that way will note a transformation -- lion and sympathy which they might claim were ft set for ttavsa. ,

t+:. ef Kcrtptur cammanding aim to i I We has wilt taken now touch place.on the com- ANOTHER EXJOYAllLK AFFAIR MRS. SARAH E. mmIt TRIP open saloon IB Miami.

teacve a p flames noa whose life 1* endangered I I |*rlson of the Koran with the Bible. I How then, world the Country people do wet to vets i* Mate

by Mr Craham says: Indulged by Ladle Ycterday at the these thm.n that rob thewi i4 their svbatance, sympathy, V v* '.....
W.sld be ealctly staad by while a Elks Club Rooms
i ,n tbt Koran the Bible used by proteetkm. Father, how many b"y have you for the devil a4hi ,
-' Bsman being pert b5 simply be- j Here Name end She Tells of Eeri
vsassj h* was not at'sfied that the I I the followers rf Mahomed, the use (From Friday's Dally) i I For a trip which will take himself wntftMnChPrs., how many girls have yow which ra hope t*

Bible contained a ptautire command ct wine to expressly prohibited< The reception in the Elks Clubrooms i Trip tad Intentlon--AttTcted ;, and a party of fifteen friends around re some day united m wetlVirk to a d..nkard? Tee j low* thaa,
therefore It eetns to me the prohj-
the world. Colonel: Robert M
to give assistance under suck cir V.tlonitU! would find th.t. atmosphereof I yesterday afternoon was an- Iterhapa, a. mnch now a.. yon ever will Can yes sake the. Me
Koch Interest u She Drove Her Thompson of this city has chartered
cumstances. A Christian's duty and clber very enjoyable affair the afternoon :
s Mabomedan church: more to I the Mlneola, of the Hogan line It"' r
a moral I Iran should be a* plain a* being j spent In progreiMveeuchre ;
the. answer to this question.Let .. I' their liking" and ia accord with I games, billiards and pool. Team Through Streets I'I which will be converted into a I The time drawn near when we will have an opportunity, to ces.,

.* tske now the first reference: their belle between twisty .trfthmt'f.ta were served 'foaling palace. Among Colonel serrate the yontlta of onr roanly to the devil and his service,'W.1 Y

quoted from the Bible by this udvoals Koran One chef and the Jlffereart Bible to the Koran the I'I throughout the session, and the Thompson's guests will be\, Lord free them from the ewrne that now rests upon thesa. Whet will yen
saloons "Drink IoDee"wat.Pt' iMtterse Mrs. Combs and Mrs.Danofrth Braseey and Admiral Lord Charles
of : no ,. From Saturday's Dally) Will makm a croaainark I now
I'.mbf.e rule of eonductwhlle the I do. conntrymen r* say. by
Bvresford. the BritishMediterranean
but IIttl.1... for thy proved themselves excellent commanding
BM I
a bits ,
two little of oxen
stomach's sake sad thtae often InN Bible teaches principle of Conduct I entertainers.The Driving squadron. commend these dear, prertovs. Innocent children< children: ] *, c

firmities" Tim iZS. The Bible pre-tnppotes Intelligence: I! card games resulted! In Mrs I Craving a small cart .containing a I Colonel Thompson left for Eng (Cod baa given me, and B y neighbor Smith' children and all tb*,

Th meaning bet U evident St. and C'ODrctt'Df'm.tlllC It nnneccesI ( William S. Gramllng winning the i few article of bedding, a box of land yesterday on the Baltic and ciiiMren tn this Dade county, to the kla... of beD ... Mft* .,,.

: Paul recommends' to this young man I"' vary to give work specific because commands those for I first prize a cut glass boa bon dish; rooking utensils a rifle, and a few I will spend several weeks In making hays a long life spent for the sentre of Satan In dui.g that, 4frrl .
the as. of a "UtU wiasfor met every good | Mrs. Hairy M. McCown the second otter necessities, and behind which I up his list of guests. The party I I
And shovM
of for
who have the of Christ will thai act
spirit reusrienllo.sly approves my
min.
Mrs. about December
England
.kiD""rpoaea. Tb. aspostl baa l>rise, a china pin tray and ,
act th* remotest reference to the seek to plane Him even when there Archie Fitch the third prize, a tar- trailed two hound dog, an aged I. and It Is expected the trip will vote wet my late would he raked and I wowld .... In a irmee, '

modem tstooa. We grant that alcohol !' ir no explicit command. tie tape holder. chile woman clad In a long black 1 I I take at lean nine months. Duringthe dVharred from whit I deem the pvat<.. privilege of an ewe haft
to a meditlB and do mot oppose The principle given by St. Paul The hostesses for the next Ladle frock dress and wearing a black! sunbonnet Journey stop* will be made at

., Its sal sad use for medicinal purIMM : to "Whether therefore ye eat or i Jay reception will be appointed after that pracMcally hid her China. Japan and the Philippines dttaenr.rely bee nemHted by
ha
do do al1 he ever
drink or whatitoever y* no ensinrryman can say
: under proper direction. W* the. meeting of October 10th features passed through town stout !Mrs. Thompson and her daaghter .
fib to the glory of God. -1 Ccr.: 11:31.1: the Elks win Inaugurate the sale of lnlo\lcatmc Ilgmws, and In the name W "fisXnisand
find a eEUment against the use of I when lodge of A o'clock this morning, wendingher and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Stephen or ne
win ta both tbs old and sew Testaments Again the apostle says: U I new rule and regulationsboth way southward The outfit attracted Pell will join the party la Baa bosh and native I...." every fslr-mlnded. wrTMrrformed eosjntryman. -

drlrk good neither.wine to eat anything flesh wherebythy nor to I for ladles' day and club .mem- more than ordinary atten'l. Francisco tn the ipring. who baa no axe to grind wit rote for GeM and tk* yeses
nor
Th. orients wader the atosate Uwr.wall Urs. tion because of its general<< When the Mlneola reaches this ,
performing sacred rite, were I brother stnmblert" or to Oft'1Id-1 Among those present were Mrs. I condition! and appearance tort, on Saturday the work of: coa- of ewe land on October 1 S. 1p
4 ed, or to made weak. -Rom. : 3.Gramllng D. WALTER DOWMAJT.
Harry M. McCown Mrs. William her Into I
tx forbidden to drink wineDo: not "My name u Sarah Elisabeth setting a pleasure craft
w drink win nor strong Jrlak thou Here Is t not her quotation from I Jack W. MacdonaldMrs. she said to Me ropolisreporter. nil! b! begun One of the most 1m-
.
McCIaln. a
"'r nor thy son with the whet ye go the article of the 4th.: !I W*. 'J.nif n : Miss Isabel 1 I i ":&nd I am en route from Voitant change will be the fittingup I: >())() :<< XXXO _()Q(<
r s' Into the tabernacle of the congregation : "Surely there are "u. enough In Garrett Mir Grfcce Oarrett, MrsJ. I Old; Fort Drum. Lee county to the of a ballroom one hundred feet I
i led y* die. It shall b* a statute Dade county for the church: : to com I G. Caxelby. Mrs. Archie: Fllcn. Homestead country to take up a long :and as wide aa the ._1. i I

1 forever through your cell ...- I-at. which are expressly forbidden Mrs. F. M. Doan ..Mrs. Dan Keith. claim. I am a widow! and you can: The \lD'OI. was: built sven years i
b> the Scripture without e..brOII-I Mrs W. J. Brown Mrs. ThomasWlenres. I How Prohibition Works
Lee lOtt. ark anyboJy about me. they knowme. ago. She Is 400 feet long and IS
la pre-apostolte aid apostolic ing itself la a struggle la which Mrs. A. J. Kolb. Mrs. ." feet btam. Her displacement bit,00o r
times the Naxarite took a vow to then Is such a difference of opinion Walter H. Combs. Mrs. C. M.Daa- I Mrs. XrClaln. though borderingonto tons It Is estimated that the

abstain totally from the use of wlae. among many of Its members andgoing I forth and Miss Alice Zanders. the sixties. I.I tall anJ stately I cost of the trip will\ be 500000. I
Perhaps Timothy who occupied a to far as to even, try to In- and the plrture of robnst and hardened New York Herald. I Home of he becatifitl effects rf pn hiNt Ie", nwty be seem bits

sacred cake. held for himself this tlroldat- some! of the best churchgoers that Sokmon wrote a part of the health Sh> said she left Ft. All of the above party ire well' re.n.... sour of which are these '

e strict view and would abstain even "who do cot believe la prohibition. !- Ep'stl to Timothy win doubtless Drum about fire weirs' ago and has knomn In Miami Col.\ Thompson Is Lady Henry Somerset slate tiie fart that .a ore dbtrief
la alckae unless directed otherwise I cause a sensation among the students been travellrg ever since. "Oh. I owner nf lb. palatial. houesboat Everglades 1e'I
A Liverpool. In whirl there are ... saloon, three to but on* peeper
Will this
gentleman do the elwgy
by the Inspired apostle. I of Biblical literature ,:o' along 3Ir'rbt.h.: .. sail: when which he has maintainedIn
e1 i One ,..,*. la th* Bible seems tow cf Miami the kindness to point oat We must rot qaettlori this author's asked shout her trip "When I could there waters. Miami being headquarters In every thonMuid InhahHaMv In another dbxntt SB which there

f teach total abstinence: "Look not I those "evils enough In Dad county" opinion for read what he say about not find a house t* stop at I Just for the put three years are two hundred qlc oiw, there w use pauper t.o"7 twenty ',yt
L tbea upon th* win when-It to red.whea worse than the shove of course the Bible: "Surely ro better rule tamped. See my outfit Te we all' cud on which Colonel Thompson and right Inhiihttant.
gtveth his colour ia the cup which It will be safe and wise for or guide of conduct can be found got along pretty wH together, an.lwe guests. spent several months lastInter
us to Combat while leave the BI- It la likely thai InveMlKntbMi" would disclose. similar. conaiUust* e1
we than contained la the Christian .' .
wben It Btoveth Itself aright. are !going! to the Homestead The Everglades Is now In
$ Pre,.. 2S; SI. Her we are told by saloons alone; aad will he give a* tle. It rank In a class by Itself country to take up a homestead. New York ant Ja the event that la the ward<< and precinct of all cities

"the wisest of _a" not even to i a catalogue of those vices and tol- as the highest of all authorities on I what do you think of nj chance the present plans fall through It I. Ot..... Kansas. with ft Olio people han boat sue day BMnJtaf hi

I lock vpca win, much leas to drtak 1 lies which we may be allowed to natural and moral laws and they are I Here the reporter rot a bit lIe.rer'' announced that she will again: be and night ..trh_.. Pullman nilnnta, a ptehlbHion tows W
It f j combat without intimidating "some the foundation of all law. Certainly to the rear end of the cart and wssj brought to Miami this winter.DEATH ]I
l Th* following ar* com of th. I lof the best dtardtlOetIrnl "a lawyer" who "_k. the j iiulrkly, warned<< "Don't get your legs 1I.OOO, has but two ronrtakle
warnings against Its are: clergy are always ready to receive highest authority he ran find" ts fro clone there, that biggest dot I OF AX ID.I .\%T In tie interinr of the State nf Kanu .. all the rural past

r" ""Win to a mocker strong drink ',. liomlletlr Instruction from eompe- thoroughly l familiar with this "an i don't like strangers- And h* looked ami a few of the larger cities and town*. the prohibitory Uw I*
1* raping and who sorter to deceived tent sources.: aClnt,.." Neither would one of bin It. I JNa. taup'f't'r.. and Mrs R. equally effective.There 1
thereby 1* not ..."_Prov. SO'I.B : I If car author will pardon one learning presume to pose sits teacher I Mrs McCIaln then asked about the n. Maxwell Died Yesterday.From Togas 4
i t k not a pauper in FIO."t,. Remo. -
$ not among wlneblbbers.mong more request w* should like *o much of the Itlble unless be was a master condition of the Homeetead eenntry. -
1 riotous eaters of flesh; for I to know those who "try to lutlmr- of Its contents So the clergymen | If there U any land left wortn ( )fond.,'. Dally) ly spent only ten doll,," In a month for the poor. sg
the drunkard and the glutton hall date some of the best church goer cf Miami will await with Interest bating what. the will, hare to do Julia the two rear olj daughter Knew, with pfWithitton and !t.I-.g51 mono popwI Uon tlanfilrt

come to poverty and drowsiness oho. do not believe la prohlbtlon" farther revelations on the to get a clam; and a dozen other cfMr. aid Mrs K. D. Maxwell.diedat *.. *..a hut one prnHenlUry sad SAM "",*", *. Yeses. witai4loim
shall cloth a man with np.M IDol we too "will join la denouncing: tnbject: of acthorshlp and instructions questions after which she c-.h.w- 5 o'clock yesterday morning at .
.
and lOO.ooo Iras people than Kansas, has two neaJtewUnrte) rJ
'if Prov U. 2* and SI. loch methods. about the correct thing for ed her team ahead aslng a palmetto the family home on 14th street tolomlrg \- .
..'He that loveth pleasure shall be This dillgeat student of Ute Bible them to do during tfcta campaign.One brush as an Insnlratlon to create a an Illness of about a week ...1 X.nntt ....vtrt.. f e

a poor nan; be that loveth win { again. quotes that "highest author- final quotation: ''TurDIII to movement of her "ponleh" and: wa 3f obstruction of the bowtl
sad oil shall not be rich.-Prov.SI I It,." H* says: "Turning to the the Bible again I think it waa Solemn going at the rate of a mile an hour The little sufferer was Stat taken I ;)
17 1 Bible again. I think It was Solomon. the wisest of men who said I sick while en route from Ohio ococococococococccx
"Wo unto them that rise up early I the wine*! of men who said :"111. "The love of money Is the root of WILL l.KWE MMMI TO where, she had spent the summer

la the morning that they may fol- love of money to the root of all evil. During the past few days I ; LIVE ix nsvii.tK! with her mother ,..1.ltllIre'tllTC'tI.: .
-ow strong drink; that continue until i evir and h* makes a point of th. have had proof that what 'he great 1 and lackson'llle.: At Jacksonville Carroll D. Wright U.s. Commissioner }
sight Iii wla* bat.... them. I fact that these words come from temple builder said In his day Is (From Friday's Daily medical treatment was secured sad ;

t Therefore hell hath enlarged herself I "the great Umpl builder Just as true la the twentieth century I Mr.- Carroll C. Smith returned the trip noire continued, bat her

I aid opead her mouth without I I la my Bible those words are u it was la hi* time." I 'last nlcrht: from Louisville. Ky. tradition gradually grew worse and : of labor Writes 1 1I
mea ire; and their glory and their I found In 1 Tim., I: J' la the Quite true. A conspicuous example where he and Mrs Smith have been the end-earn after medical skill\ bad :
f naltitud and their pomp and be fromer quoUUca taken from 1st I of this would be aa attorney employed the pest two months or more visiting l lures exhausted In aa endeavor to I
that rejoterth thai descend Into It.Iaa. ." I Tim. 5. 2S this gentleman affirms : by the liqnot men to advocate relatives sad friends. Many! will alleviate her distressing. condition. I XXCOOCOOOU OCOCOCQ

i .5. 11 and 14. I that he Is quoting "St. Paul" "a I their cause in the press. Does regret to I..ra that Mr Smith returns The funeral will be held Wednesday have looked Into a thowund he- 1 1pie
} .. Woe unto them that are mighty good Christian and snort eloquentpreacher" I tills fceatlemaa mess to hint that he here to prepare to move to I morning at 10 o'clock firm the of the wwkl.g p.e- f! .
; {'X to drink wise and men of strengthto I Many strange theories is paid for doing *o? Anyway saloonkeepers ....1I1'nll4o to make his future .0..1'' ieidonee. Rev Dr Lowe, awtcted byDr. I of,E.mr..: I do nn* know how mae, la this eowntry. I have

11 1"1..1. strong ..triDt.I: have been advanced about the *.- I as a rule confess this. is sad that h* will get away tn Fuller, officiating, sod the tried to dad the best and the wont; said while, a* I any. I ass ".

22 thorshlp of some book la tae Bible. : their reason for engaging In what I tea days for good. Mr. and Mrs trment \being In a vault now 1"1 < .Ware that the worst exM aad as had aa endue any syvtens ec a* $.
The following reiereaess would' b> But this Is aa entirely sew theory i many of them frankly acknowledge I l>. A. Smith parents of Mr. Smith built In the city cemetery, The
the present Ume be applied to the +i sad w* nest admit a most InterestIng I U an odious 1HII11If'_. Greed of gala who also went to Louisville on s lowing! If'I\t\t'It1ell..1II!: \ oflclate as heel a* In any ago, I have never bad to look beyond the testate u* i

salooa keeper th* bar tenders sad one. That Solomon wrote Lb. II. the real root of the evil w* BOW visit early la the summer, have ala I pj'Ibearerf: lame Gilman H. C fwd UM cps: and la every mae fIG fee a* nry otoerraUoui goes. lY

t wet voters for they all eadors ;i rlrth chapter of First Timothy! Bol- rom bat. decided not to return to Miami Budge. F. O. Ralley and F. H. ilrwnkewneM was at the bottom oT the --rr..s not the asdnetilalryrtem If

rlakiagCoe: unto aim that glelk ,- moa lived 7I-'1I B. C. Scholars I We thank Mr. Graham for a" apt tout will remain and make theft Rand. The community sorrows with nr the IndnMrUI conditions snrroB.>tag the saw ... theM ,:
his neighbour drink, that putteth have heretofore held that lbs text Respectfully home la that city they having resided ](r. and Mrs. Mai well la their be- families. :
they bottle to him, and matk -I Eptotlea to Timothy were written L. D. LOS tier pvtoasly to comlsg to reavement.! The latermeBt wU be '*'':1
crt kip drmakea' also-_Hah. Sll about JL D, Mt. This dbcovaysJ Miami. Oct. 7. JUT. Miami several years ago. directed hy Undertaker Combs. 11f
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PAGE Z.. ? Tint MIAMI MmtOTOtl FRintY OCTOBtH 11. 11ot t tfJGttt rAtaLa1t: "


e eO eeceeee ..>....e.... ...+. ere.lion ,1'


: Fortune Teller, Hypnotist and (& Cannot Solicit Liquor Orders I ]by Care.OH .. .\


.
'
will
Necramoncer Pay Penalty :

:. ,& In Prohibition Counties i iral1 I Miss Burley& ( mt' final.In )tbe library of

her residence at a card table oppoait HATSof
'
kfr HanxbnrsL They were both rw

j. Poisoned One Woman and Caused the Death of Four Oth ,, ," representing brewer, liquor house and illleriee can
led do bunlne legally U pieces where the people have voted the born Ulna Burley bad Inherited a

\ er-Persons-End of Sensational Case O ....IUD. ont 0Florida small fortune. the remains of a large

E !. interested In a derision .>f the United Slates; Supreme <) one and bad Und a fatblouable life

---- O Court, In whk-h It l" hold chat pasties rrpremtlag liquor homes, Mr. Uauxhnrnt van rfah.Ulas .
'I
I: l-mteries or dUttllerku can not "s-ilUlt order la a town where It H Burs ey's especial interest la ,
() I )Cr. Ilauxburst was that be Indulged I
Chicago, Oct 10-Herman BUlek d,'ring fortune teller. He came to f, | ohlbited from being sold by the Mate law, whether or ..* they <) her passion fbr' cards. She wa an inveterate Qualityfor

,Bohemian fortYDt'-t lIf'r, hypntalst (hlcao, several >ean ago and eatabli aw reprenentiiix dealers In other .Males who may ship nader the tatmitale <) gambler Mr. Hanxburnt beIng |
ed himself In the profession that
sad necromancer, eorvlcted of pol 1 had been followed by his' motherS () commerce !I.".. <) rich, sue did not scruple to win his j I

f _lng Mrs Alary" Vrsal and cbarg lortly after his arrival here be be I((> The case at i-ue WM that of DIUmlter vs. the Slate of South <) money, and be did not object to her

f c4 with causing. tile death of four cume acquainted with the Vrsala (> Dakota m"The ad the "Suprrnie Court |M.. <) doing so if she exult lie Invariably of 'ti

other memoers of the Vrsal family. Martin ml was the proprietor ot had a I general power ..f the Mate to control sod regulate within <) decide permitted.'lK her>her to tbe ttx the game stake should and be to I men

uuall dairy and by hard work f their borders the basinet 'JealinR In, eliciting orders fore
"
will the penalty of his crimes or or
: pay cumulated a few thousand dollars heavy or light She always derided
j ** the gallows tomorrow. The o yr Via i helped him In th bad I' pnnhase of Intoxicating liquor It beyond qne..ll<>.. 1 ': that It should be heavy She had other -

I "rfil: eye" which Billet was said n"5, us old the seven children, ana '(> "Tbe purpose .>f the Wllvm\ Act 26 Hit ItS as a reftulaU" ,I; men friends who gambled but some tas

t ', to have e Tiei .DIN at liberty and I the fimlly was cocslder the most 'V of Iktervtate. commerce was to allow the !hale' to exert ampler power <) :o: could not afford to lose, others took lit good taste {

which brought him a flood of mon I roti-ercus I and happy In Chicago's t I as to Intoxicating liquor whew" the subject of "...h commerce than <)I II tie Interest b the game, while others
hobo mla. mere extremely cautious. She knew
luxury I -.Id have been eiewrtoe before th enartmeM of that "C.blt.hk-h, < >
Hv a
,)_abUilc> him to la Then ctme the rpentja the form t I that If she woo the whole of Ur.
.
t 'wt bout working ha had no etfeciU of the dark, mysterious, magnetic l I aahled the state to extiiid their' authority a to inch liquor shipped Hanxharsts fortune be would lone It

turalar aside the tU-rB mandate tillek Ula surpoeed that BiUek I> from other Slates before It became commingled with the nose like s man and scorn to blame her. s

.. ot the law tohlto tile to a Pus heard: of the savings of the Trials of other property in tie State by a sale in the original package.iince <) I Perhaps there were" times when she

:tf.i aibility that .: stay may be granted ki.J rc; eyed them for his own. Krt. g the enrtment ..f lhe11aon law,, whlrh e\irewly| pro- <) 1 fancied that possibly abe might
't! ,to ,",".t the! execution tomorrow, 'n.al l loon came under the break tbe hank" of his Ounce and
Tides that Intoxicating liquor romlng 'into a State as though
l 'th* evident :g4int Blllvk to so t Illtk. arf Vlul, for a tin:- looked I 4 ; urns0 be rk-b. TIM-D.IIP would marry Barry SewellsClothing
Ir', dear and convincing that hla err : upon him with favcr He loaned & nt.ctarrd therein the inner of latosk-allnn llquot IN one state can <) I Hunter a young maD whose ambition

twtloa. sooner br later, to considered I1!kk much UlODe,. Then, when he I> init, under the commerce rlam-- of the conMltnllon. gw himself or <) I was to he a spendthrift wu

certain.I I refused longer to comply with tie r send his agent Into another stale and I. orfUnce of lu law carry only prevented by the want of fund.

I .*Tb..'* to not left In my mlnj the fjttun* tellers exactions Martin \ on the ba.uof solicitlag proponalt for the purchase of such 0 For a time her dream of making herself
tflzhtoat resonible doubt of the gull nal di'd. suddenly and Inexpltcablv I( d'lIhnacta 0 I rhh at Mr. Haaxhursts expense

..t this defending The verdict! was Toe 12.000 insurance on his (> bqonr*. seemed of powilble realisation. Slowly .

.amply warranted by the vldenc *. I ff'. It s AlIl'ltfcl.u secured bjllllek i'(> ".\ a State may rot forbid a re ldent therein from or- 0 I his money was pasting from his

'. hever. ia J a C,. or attorney at bar !! from the widow. (> derlng for hi own use intoxkatln;: liquor from another state it 0 I bank to bern (hie evening when she II Store

have I been called upon to bear acae Deaths followed in the Vnal fam- <(> too forbid the carry Ing oa within his booster of the hn.lrr.... of 0 bad won from him a larger amount

so replete in horrible details: llr in quick! cucccmlon Followinghe I'Q tIC '"'lClnc oars for such tlquw. although such order may only 0 I than usual l be looked at her with hlalmiertuliaUe I
Bo deoUre Judge Banes, who pre- father's dea.h on March 17.1IOJ.:
suite and
O from &. in anothet <> asked: "Sup-
roDteanplate contract reuniting acceptance
Bileck Even Ute Tlllle. SO December IS of I
,ide4 aft** trial of liar oa
win all I have Wbat .W
: norney*" for the accused man a<'- I D4 Tillie, 10 on December 22 of (> mate.. Vance vs. U. A. \au-ktcimk. Co. 11O. (' H. Its, di..tlni.nii <) i do pone with you It?" you I .

r .ac.Utnlk1nt ground could noba < I the' safe year Rose the 18 year (> >bed. 0 "M. I
tul appeal to old daughter died August S<, HOC (> <> I ", a poor man I tlgatlBf commission ba4 found It i
succea
or for a "The law of South Dakota lni|.oiJnjt. ait unniol ticense. chargedra To pM It on for your A mm CROWD due
lied November 10. I to liquor That when
Ella IS on they
hlgner court.It > ... ...... soliciting, onVr <> She took floe hand I
ra traveling aaJevnuui .U".. oflerinr for oc up a and wa* too went into the
alleged.I veJuma
th* tieh-potocner and hypnotistabonVd. Daring' all thh time U la negro a4
3 by'cbanc. **eap. the gal so worked oa the superstitions V(> foi Intoxicating Uqnon In quantities of lee than five gallon It not 0 Intent upon It to reply He did not ATTENDED SPEAKING dlvaa they fcnnd pKtarta of white 7'

low*. It will not b* be.cUVof the fears of Mr*. Tat that she gave to HwonatltntioBal because repugnant to he commerce daulOf'| of theOlMltirtlon 0 press her Indeed he scanned his own women displayed o. the wall IB BOittloas. -
it. that could col'ect (> cards, then sat looking up at a painting capable of lasting the Inatf o
,
::: frrH e,.. He has admitted him every cent she of the tatted SUIr.
the rlo- ', on tile wall It represented the re- the "&'rD. -What happened T n.
ot uncanny powersnvn I mm the life Insurance of (> ,
|*1'protension "The highest court of South DakoU, having held that the art of
tarn the prodigal sad be seemedto Screams
of
eharlaN Bilk business and the sale a white woman assaulted
bt cheap *"ham of a lima, the CoatiBBed from Pag 1.
.,*. playtag sordidly Don th. tgItoraBC ..f the family homo living herself lathe Hipoalaji a license on traveling nale, .men anUcltlnn ordern, for IntaxIcatiPX J have forgotten the game la tt. I by a negro was heard. Ta*

a r *, (ear anj cnpf-nlttion ot his direst poverty that the magaciabmlgbtenjoy .i llqnor Is a police regulation and not a Wag art, to UvHMn When tile hand ... played his was a white men weke ap and we know 't
,
fktlm..sd stopping at bint to every luwry. Tb .wheiiHb the purview of and mot In conflict with the UHtou art.fabrt winner and It won a large sun U the tatted States .. 1142,000,010 : what followed. Aasaalt ear women* rflat's
ot to give Yrs From that moment tbe lurk changedLittle i I Die thing .hat Seta loathers ,
his e.os. His trail had lotting left annually, Of which Florida the
ceompllth pan
t' Brewing Co. W erlilt t:. 8. 17, followed 1O9 \. W. <)
death to a* grisly at that of Holmes, Venal dtej nudes n-rstertous andwmplclous 0 o by little Mlaa Olin"" '. wlaninga sum of f..,/...... H* rdlcaled the white=ea on Are, sal the are COle
th muttHnsrterer. and "Bl- elrcnmstancea o* Decem- o Rep. SoW condnned. 0 passed back to their original owner, I statement that two little stills bad dots. doers down Statistics show

boart" H.dL' the mrcllea* layer t>er 4 last* i OGGGGGGOGGGGOOGGGOFacts sod then there wtt a steady tow of been found U Jackson county bat that Dia moat of ovtragcai by ..-

'cf women and neither ot the** pet INil'k, at the trial and "since. ba her own potnesalons toward Mr. Haul' I I 'he doot lay anything abo.t the poet le the Math tome from ... .

,/1 f..... their deeds tn a* grisly a set- steadfastly maintained his Innocence -- - T bunt A woman la gaaMe of chance money golag. out aaanally I. liquor (rue* debaached with white ...'.
tar as dU th* Bohemtaa magtclaa. .despite" the apparently: perfect web invariably becomes a plunger TIM I revenue* declared Ur.Wriiht. ".... ,liquor
BUlek era* born in Bohemia aborts of circumstantial evldf noo that has more Ubw Burley. lost the higher she I! there are 1,14,000 gallons of 11,- : "I.., to the .egrodame your soul

forty{*>nue ago tb. SOB of a waa- been woven, about htm.Klon. j I fined the stakes sad tbe wilder she .or consna +j In the state with only I' for a dollar and bottle of white
Show to The I played Mr. Hanxhurst sat before her. Hoe's two little, still operated IB mane liquor. 1 cant sec how you '
ContraryThe languidly dealing the card. ..ppa..tI' Jackson county" can lineup that ..,. Ton have got e

[ :National Conference ot Sunday I I I ty neither .pleased 1 nor dlopleaard to be i' They will ay Miami cant afford :1-white frknda people bat of the U*better BoIIt''i1Oo due of a

winning such: large sum from a wo to low the revenue from tile saloons, '
would yon to U IB trouble Would
man. Finally there came a time when that It will bankrupt the town, etc.
Church I Marlauia TI_ et-C,mH I
School Workers Episcopal I or to the better class ef whit
pres it comes to .. that vorae anU-prohibUkon people of PenMicola was kwlng one more evening would govarnirent, for liquor where It pays people*

.1' and! KarambU county are claiming Mid a ing la favor ot I put the whole of her estate into the j one to your county and itate Thin "I talk about the C1I....; I dewy

,,, whiskey, that prohibition, hd lijnred Jackson county, and epec- bands of Ur Hsnxburnt. | of It." live In the dead pant Wnen ww
That evening. had arrived It wa l i Here Mr. WrlfSt! took off hla coat, I
ialrthe town of Marianaa, flnam-lally If we had just a little parts the Georgia prohibition law
-, .. the evening mentioned at the beginning i .mu InC the crowd by the remark nanutattu'en tame to and Bald
of the De- More time and spare for,, farU and flZBrv we should bn pleased of tbe na
I Assembled at Richmond Today-Work Primary story The game was', that ae was getting warm all over we were doing, right We pay: our
ls to show and thorough convince all fair minded persona, whore two handed bridge 'II"b lilt. Miss Bun I '
AH of the folks In tile Sooth aJa t be'p 01 Saturday nifhta and dont ,
f": partment Was Taken up-The Program open for conviction very much to the contrary. Hut sWOre It ley's hands ran well at Drat and she i cranks and fool* This great old see M me of them until Wednea- rt

to say, that when Encambia county Is dry a* it will be.:If IVnwMola won handsomely )lr. lUnxhurat South In going to make herself just day This Is how liquor effect the ;

'?i with her natnral advantage", tmprmm in proportion as has Mart- looked at her with one of his usual aa clean a.' abe I. treat and Miami p" ,)Iem. There ate some who any
,, smiles and remarked: I I. coin to help her do It. Bob bas why p5M such laws, yon o.'t enforce t
t anna sine the liquor traffic wa voted oft of Jackson rusty, I "If this keep up yoo'll yet be able llUl stills "
i peen two la Jsckson connty. th -j These are the liquor
Jttlchmon, Va, Oct. u- On of Friday afternoon the confer Mirm be akin to New York In Ute near future, and If all the argument to marry your poor man." I but be had aot Bit .a and seen men They are partially 11&". Ton

::4 the moat Important gatherings duet. Mice will consider: plans to unify an favor of whiskey are n* unfounded a. the above mentmated. Sties Burnley. who waa dealing did i, government, itatlat'c. Wbat are ran not enforce absolutely the law Kagainst

;$... lag th* session of tile general eon- the Sunday fctandards athcol movement, to eatablteb the "wets" may aa well dow and out row. not reply and when she bad Bnltbed. 'I )on gettlag; out of Kqnot Figar : perjury, adultery or any ere
: SenOo the Episcopal ebnreh to for the certifleatl said. "Without a trump. Mr. Hani ''i It cat and see. and ao help my God crime but If yon eaat enforce then ;
of
,\ .n of tearhers and to conduct a "
bunt 'doubled Mine ltarRlf"1n'IIt ; you will Bad TOO get lest than tile now, can yon ever enforce them
,", the national conference of the Sunday carrpatcn through Sunday school back" This chicken or .. Lord how
was kept tin ben It
--- --- -- np half of pr'ce of a yellow-legged grows worse
otneol worker cf the church literature The Kt RfcV Dr. Chanacey what Min Rnnley bad left was at : a frt possum Our women are Dot the some sensible men can be tonic 1

I .%hlra eosamenced thto morning with B. brewst, blab >p of Connecticut stake on that one hand Ur. Hani women <.f Maine They are straightand Icoked en that little freckled faced ,

a *.1,. communion, conducted by the will preiUe. '' burnt "went hack" again are going to stay straight TbUcoonty boy on the dock today and thought ,

'. .Rt ,Rev Dr. Leighton Coleman, bishop I The Sunday school: meeting "m' The Man to Look Out ForOften lie won Ire tricks and the rubber I J. paying, the United Statesgovernment of the femur I may be a for] for ,1
close tomorrow night with great
a
of Pelawar Then Ur nauxhornt instead of ; In revenue aanuallytbe U'Vvlag It. bat I believe not In
+t "Tb BBomtng session was occupied, public weetlnR.for which! the gener- I recommending caution to his sdveraary um of (0,000. How much la piling up money. but In making men
mi tata! conference led by the Right I I, al Etilaronal convention will give proponed that they play a single I each inhabitant. getting Oh. bust: art women of the future There In

try :Rev. Dr. Charles ScadJlng. bkhop way Among the speakers and theirsubjects hand of euchre for the r funds she had urea. butlnens, wbat crimes are eom- not a Batten that has in.lrred. bet
01 Oregoa In which tne work of theprimary abe the following: we hear It snkl; "Wbjt U the ne. of voting to clone 1 "
In tight She accepted the terms milled In fhy Interest lab suffered through Us aina.Tou .
department of the Sunday The Rev Edward L. Parsons, of the saloon* Tbe man who wants liquor will get It lout and Here )lr. Wright touched upon the have got a clean. city Don'tlut ti

> school wa Uken rap A number of Berkeley, Cal, on "Educational This may be trwo. The man who want, liquor badly enoughcan H. was eking! In hla gains when printed I\D4 repeated assertions that my brother any I am .'..ItIJa.' iyon.
Ideals
C, school worker took Applied to the Sunday
Mel U Sunday the dlscusaios. which Included School;"; the Rev.Wllson R.Stearnh go to other places, or can.by previous order secure It* delis MIA Bnrsley moaned that he bad won : prohibit'on! will hart the tourist''! You are capttalliipj tbla evil. 1
pert But that is tie her last dvllar Every travel and. ,lDtf'1 eau of the county I I What forT To help pay your Uiee. 4
th* mbJorts: What truth should I of Cleveland on "Historical ery. not man wham" we have chiefly In mind. The vestige of her I '! featlmenta rule the world Ton ear

ice' taught .by primary teachers' Survey and Present Outloak: of the en who we are thinking of Is the man who doe not want liquor; property had panned to him i Evidently the average liquor man lit' b liberty to take a drink. i iSo
There fur
t used School Movement In the to one thing yen still think that, the state lives oo liquor !
ot should be Pnndsy possess
What klad atone the BUM who ftt'OtrBlliqllOt' his
It deadliest
C; as tempter; the man it la. Bet )brother yon are
of
.. teach these truths How could Church" and the Rt Rev Dr. far more value than all you and tourist 'The whole thing Ib.1 i
J I who la trying to shake hinueit free from tbe ot going against the wfcheai of men andomn
slavery appetiteand have lost" he
,;: tho ,teaching be dose Conference Charles P. Anderson, bishop of Chi sail still smiling. i think hinges OB Mr lacier the aa- to
legalise
.t .*.. missionary. instruction and the ago, on The Sunday School an Op- to be a true man again. 8be looked at kim for aa explana 1 I IHon. a saloon lu a hotel three month In *tonal when Did ron yon ewe? thtok of the .

work of the Junior department were port unity for Religions Imp,. ShaD that man's way to reform be made easier or harder"That the TW Do you think a tourist trot of life* I am appealingto (

I' held this anernoon.TOBXKTOW flona. as the ....Ina. Suppose it ta true thaj, our ciUaena can driak -Tournelf I will pity all I bar won I: wcnld travel from New Tork and I your eonaelenee. T",01I tare
morning Dr. George C. The conference Is under the Joint themselves I from you agaInst that treasure" I IUtes Chicago jut to ret a Jrlak of Miami your but "
; drunk If they choose It that an.on for patting strong I admit that my
'[loot.. ot Philadelphia, will pro auspices of the American Church Banley flnnned and said: I liquor\ 1 nave beard of all .kinds
)f' :Welds at a session to be devoted tot Sunday School Institute the Dloce- saloon IB the way of the m an who wants to avoid tbf'uI11f we There are different ways to whicha ''of animals but If a tourist sin t the brother Is your neighbor lBilstl equally Inputting

.; th* problem of tralnlsg Sunday an Lessons committee the Sunday plant saloons to that It ta Impossible fir a worklagnuui to get from man may possess t woman. I greatest codfish I ever saw* :I strong barroom.Why are on yon your street f 9 t

achool teener Th* Rev William School Federation ot Diocesan Or Ills shop to bta borne without pawing' them, have we don a klwdBrM The only way I would posstss you But that aln't the trouble Mr broth get It
weaker can
where
(- Walter Smith, general secretary of ganisation and the Sandy School to the workbmman? I. tt better that the worfclagmaa'. family Is b- murriage 0 Flakier' U going to lose millions of I!I If It will your make even one woman aurfer
the' Episcopal Sunday School Feder Commission of the Diocese ot Vir VIM! Bnrsiewas very white. indber .lolUn on the tourists they tell yo.. I I
'f should have the he the a
; nosey earn, or saloonkeeper''! It ta or If It will put one atrip on /
ation. will take part In this dlsmsA CIDII.I boNom mas bearing tumultuously.aamber yet TOO Jon't hear this BAA open his ,
to be a peat
better for the corammlty that the man who Is struggling to reform bcv This to going
and
tt ILLe abe caught at a .utraw: I mouth llk" some little II"P" I I but all e
should have a fair chance or that he shoats foil and broom She might jet retrieve her ...... If I! prohibition I. going to ruin nlmI town and I want aot one boy ,,
the Duke of Roxburghe has presented say bon to te clean. 1 am going tat ,
BRITISH lORD: them with a small but elegantly a rates to his family and a charge: upon the public tra...ry? Is 1. not, well the> nbe was too perturbed I Ton don't *.* him get out and work I I come acd visit you seam when the>
; I there bat lotIal to decide whether the I low of herself II i like some little rhurrbmin anj aa :
furnished house la Mayfalr one answer that a eel man can five to such queoUoo 1 tonn If! still as clean as It 1* BOW"Mr
Ito her 'rwrient would h* a curse loon man are doing fo save himself |I I
With no wealth aa an Inducement *. ot I Mr>amee'. Bad t rakMr
: ca either side, it 1* admitted that a he! ...,ln The '
f A NEW YORK GIRL the question on the hallo might will rewl. "Shall pitfall be too nnddenlvfval ,: the lonrt'tn a* women and me- .
o marriage was purely a love I In answer to \I.'Iirtlll1t.
match, Mcb! was fostered by the placed In the way of men who an trying to reform?" Who Is goln,; I the l'.rd4."he ttlj.Mr half of the; other half of the men, | Hd...-l lured that drunkenness: II a a

.J' >- Hucheii of Koxbnrgte. alater-in-law lo vote Tes" to quculion like thai? HtutburV dealt and abe n. and granting: that they drink -Hm' and rather Startled hU hearer "
I ..
F -- II of the groom, who was Miss May tired that: bin hand, trembled flta j! ilon get i very large number -I t>v < taUng, that the drunkard bt
nerve neemed to '0 sill lo Miami to met a
blt.prtf'd come
Goelet )fe.. York. She was re- him'Iii a criminal and that say maw who
I ItonrlM
'Wedded at St. Paul, London, Today ciionslble for bringing the youngpeople ... Pomlev' ncereil four points to her I of MUml booze The only right the drlnki himself drunk should be P tin 5

together and with the arts enei'ly'" two Then be scored one. : wllj\ lone In eonleg- MIi i, )Jail and pncUhed or be sent to }
Lord TuBca-Ker Lead Mist I cf an accomplished: match-maker afforded mal] u; hholnts' [ three It wa "lineBnrnley's ; .If.' I. his fight to yet: a drink" of the myluct. 1\8"'a.s nothing about
them numerous letl. She turned a ami Uqaori Think of It 'III-I for the .r
opportunitiesto
punlufc-nent
::iVt: Annie fireete to Altar.-Wu a meet during the season at SUat- Where Do You Want Them ? mode the trump bean and .kllue'l Mr I Wrljht old that he does *man penalty who or retta liquor to another ,
I chred. She had abuse t'> liquor\ dealer. and bat
ford house.Mtia lost tbe game and e antic he la dark i
Swell Social AffairLondon. Joan Reid the American am. hemelf I lkuor. I, not entrenched beblsd the I : In favor of rearw

l!'. bauaoor's daughter Miss Nell; "1 have been mouths" said MrI I appetite of titan but behind the avar'ices \M an child aigument to know what liquor teMr ;
Pat Lady Evelyn lUnxhumt. "working to this '' of m*n The most of liquor I! ing a
Innes-Ker sls- who marks np point recited the fact that
f Krrry voter a rr'e-s ngalitrt the word en" on thelicense soft McNamee: j
Oct 10 Fashionable lee' of the bridegroom, and' ICIa Out now that 1 have won you without drinker have a great brt'l of seventeen. '
question mean, of colic that in his Judgment It ta beet to with a gimlet Into hi. own sen. a boy
Easton laterest in bore
maaltested.' great : Braada Woodhons were among the your consent 1 give you your choice I but you cal It all his life on hla own '
rs she welding today of Lord AlattalrInnoeKer I bridesmaids at the wedding. Iced Lave the open salofMiK If the matter turnp-1: span his Mingle' role, either to abide by the result as radical the heart of tae liquor teller and the hat sees and consequently ha. no

and MIN Aaae Breeee. a I Robert Inn.a-Ker, the bridegrooms lie would have them. Non let him answer thin other qiieollonMbere ed by the card or tike lit a gift all I Instrument will break, the heart Is thirst txiard for It. His lire of argument

gyro' Tork pr!. which took place in )ocnger brother, was his beat man Where doe he want to have the saloons planted Neal have won frnmou.. Which shall It to hard .. the same Mae aa before. r.
lataturabl St. George chapel, Hanesover The bride wedding her ; This U not a crazy movcme.t"asserted a* along
I gown, whichn.a door to the hose he (live :i. i>r nest to that choice hit of prof'rty Out ot twenty The open. saloon should be permitted
1 Square Jin the presence of a designed by Miss Jean Reid !She ant with averted face romiMer-! the speaker drink Mm-
which he own, Ot just around the from the rltot l mlllloi! pie In .lie south and the man "ro
dtoOngnlshed assemblage of the social daughter cf Ambasaador Reid was corner > I lug. while he remained a. be was -neven pet self drunk at one of them should be .lat -
] elect Among those present of clinging white satin, with sleeves how, where his children go lo school T And If not, why mot' The ratine at her. Intent on bearing bf'rI twenty-one mlllloi are living InIItat.

.r Vvr* Princess Patricia of Commute : c.f; point Alencon lace The train Mloom are going to depreciate *. .....boctr.. property; they are going *e 'Io-.n.l l Perhaps It would bare helped I ... and counties" where there are II\la"'bed. The Oo-tm

Ambassador Reid, the Duchess otKcvbsrgbe war very full and the skirt trimmed to eels somebody's rtilldrm. IKm'i vole that way until yon have matter* bud be spoken a few word !:1 no nloonsij \ Inclosing occupied1e ,
11 Ute Dncteta< ot Skane, : with a band of teed f pearl, fourteen from the besrt but be preferred not i I j' The flare ProMew Mr Wrizht +
.
Ord answered the question, "Where"" tontied upon therace ... than Ire minutes the allotted
' Walter Bern. Mr and Mrs. LewsBarconrt turns d.Llttle'Lady Joan Ca- to Influence her Presently she pot out '' Mr Wright then
1 of th*
that It took advantage
sad the Cavendish-Ben- He declared time but be :
i T'f'n. daugbtet of Lady Essex who her band am. tbe table problem.
t Urka. Tb* bride received numerous :: war Adele Grant, of NiW York acted -I ttaad by the decision of the cards.' U a problem for the people of the bold declaration: : of his opponent that his, '
i handsome sad valnabt gilts iaclud- k* Inlnbf'am. ELINOR T. BOTD South to solve There are eight mil- and declared with emphasis .

{ lair snaay superb piece of eweiry I lion negrct IB tha South.What friend wi carrvlng out his polloso-. '..
--- .
,'" The bride '.. a younger daughter I A Left OvaL are yon going to do with them! be j.hy of entabl'nhlng Moons that w
? '61 the late W. L. Bre.se. of New' The nneet opal of modem time belonged A /vie ef Three.flea I ssk-d.) The whites and blacks are may test. our tame out "f 't. and then (

P, York sad Is by no means wealthy to the Empress.Josephine. It Theodore Roosevelt Says: things to gores-temper, "' III lnfiftNf apart What are'ou 'II hen one had drunk himself drunK ;,0
and would not only
:.. bnt 'poareaae* great beauty and exreptloaal waa called the -Burning of Troy Its teogne conduct ';01". to do sbont It Educate put biro in Jail "He "
: tntelllgence She has been : fate la Three thing to ealtinte-enone. It.f'm. Tea give them a imatherlB I capitaliie this crime but haven
mkaown
; u tt disappeared "The friends of the saloon 1
keeper drnowncr- their ;
P : opponents affection and gentleness. what Is It golago ft tIt arosrd your own nreH -
but "
a,great tarorlte In London society when the allies entered Paris r an education. < ?
her Intimate friends including for not treating the saloon bnlr* s like any other. The best ...- Three things to commend- thrift In sirount to' They are JUfranchlst : that yOU may drench. your boy '. .

fF* Fear Patricia of Conraaght. DM sad CvtUno. wee to this la that the business ta not like any other bwoinee*, aad dnatry and promptness.Three all over the south but In Florida "lth It I leave It with you," were J

r>ouagDnxhe** of Roxburgh Prta-I Diamonds are cat to three different that the action of the aaloaai keeper themselves conclusively thmaa to despise-cruelty, arrogsace ir* It Is heading that way Let me his cloxlag remarka.Immedlafly :,: ;;
other social leaders and Ingratitnde. tr't 1 .. mea solution of the prob- following fatty ono
nsany forme--tbe rose the brffliant and the prove this to be the ca... It tend to produce: dmlnality .. the TO .
l' L Lord Alaataw to a brother table, of which the second Three thing to wish for-hearth. '" will not come from the Mqaor hundred men .some of them who bad
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- ... pret population at large and iHW-beeaUaK among the saloon keeper Meads and the .Issue
Duke ot Roxburgh u.. to heir Beet It hi a double contentmentThree traffic been ot tb* wet ilde of ,
. untptive to the dakedom. H* of which the top Is cut pyramid off to or form con. themnetvea. Whew the Uqamr meat are allowed to do aa they wish things to sdmtre-dignity, 0 As an lllnntraUon of the effect of rathtred around the stand sad show*

also coBparativsJy pcor. and U .1 large plan and at the bottom. dlroctreppaatta. THEY ARK BCRB TO DER.11CH, 5OT OXLT: TUB BODY SOCIAL. gracefulness Intellectual power liquor upon the character and conduct red congrstalatlona ca the eloquent

yonag count wfll be compelled ._ to a arnaO rJaa* RCT THK: BOOT POLITIC ALSO Three things to give-s has t* the of the Begro Mr Wright recited Georgian, who had so appealed to
tire U a ntodeU taaaaer. although needy comfort to the sad sad apple the cane of the Hto not ra At their maahmd A* men they showed .

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