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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: November 1, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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], VOLUME 12, NUMBER 28. MIAMI DADE COUNTY, FLA., FRIDAY NOV.: 1, 1907. :F ZCBT PAQ.m& a, '!.;

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Tt; TO MAKE TROUBLE'IVERY SMAll VOTE]I ,PUSHING T THfWORK I CUPID UNITES TWO" .,. J.k'i'





FOR ALL CORPORATIONS WAS. ELECTIONHeld POLLED IN BELOW LONG YOUNG HEARTS :


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',j cotssw tta KEY AS ONE ;


t
d Yesterday to Qualify .,


|*$" tow Operating in the State Municipal Officers For In an Effort to Get Railroad ]Mr. Byron I. Lasseter rust

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of Louisiana by Passageof Next Two Years Throught to Knight's Miss Herberta Perry e


a Law Key Stole a March

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(From Tuesdays Dally ; 4

Little more than paaatag Interest,


:. ; lUSTING THEM FROM STATE was very manifested election small vote with la was yesterdays the polled result,, thata municipal the- / jam"y j WH/: % i HUSTLE( AND TRACK WORK I DX H THEIR MANY FfHEWS'

total vote being only 1(1. with several ,
of that number' thrown ont for -
Irregnlarltlea IB marklag. etc \. 4 / C/Jtfaa c
Ia the Brent They Appeal to Federal The following Are the ofleers nom
A coo01y The Operations How Being Parra. J By Mat to Jensen When
with the rot received by ______ They,
'2r.. Court From State Court-Pro- each: ed-Eacta. and Can Fart Week- Wen Mauled at U Ocleck Ttw.
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For Mayor : l
claoudoa to the Le&tlatvn to r H. Whartoa .117For Shortage af Cement Deten the diy-IatcatiMH a Secrtt-.Thej

f' Meet U a Called SeuioaNw Members of CoameO Viaduct Coast action. at Long : Will .
T. N. Gantler U* Eer Retort Borne Tonight

Lester Granger .Hi
M. R. .' lit -

J. E. Lnmmus 4 115 : WT,7,
I. B. ReHly .IKJ ,
Orleans. Oct. It Tb* paas- *
The F, E. C.
Railway aompiay (From n.ra4a1'IDar1.
)
C. Tucker Ill -
laws similar to J
IB lofctsiana of -
t ace those recently enacted or proposed J. J. WlI.... 110 e, ---... _::: I II now (tlrectmgThe greatest of en- A welling Raged with toasid.rBhl.
For Mmirfpal Jad{e ever on the completion of the short. of the romaatM and having ae U*
for Ut
ta other southern stator reg-
.. Ill L : trestles and roaJbed'aeroea the keys principal IB .
latioB tt corporations was today John C. Oramltog 7'7H artvr the dnuaa 3tr
/ I"T connecting Long and KrJgbt's keys Byraa L Laawter aad aOfO Herbert
Nice
aUeod before the coming extra se- FoeCUef of at which latter place another cow- .
.l; 1)9For Perry was scJemnis at th* Frees, t.
torn of the leglsattir IB B proclamaUoa F. B. Hardee Crete trestle and immense docks
Hotel. Jense*. al 11 a dock thin j
a by Ueutoaaat Oorwraor J.Y. Clerk and CrJlector are to be bnOt
Bauaders.Tb A. H. Adams IKFe TrAb Several hundred men are workingon lag morning. Kv Brekarldg et3elatI
flteasur Includes the ousting Treaowrer. and Aasnsor {
this portion of the extension: sad
Th wedding of thto .. ..
aopajar .
from IB. Btat of corporatlona that B. B. Hlnton.4.. Ill within the nest week an en gin* andconstruction wiD .v
tome aa a surprte to tttr
appeal to the United States court :>b cars will be ferried
.. .. 4 oeer
..' : may friends all claa sssorlstesy
en state wits and for th* Investigation ERWIN A iomrsowDU8OLVK .7 ,;: by barge from Long key to the who while knwiac that Cupid had ..

kt" BBJ regulation of telephone sad PARTXER8HIP tftI Ji connecting key to aid la the work already. gotten la hi* work aa4moulded .
telegraph line Bad rBOroad .and ez- At prevent the steamer Kennedy to
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their
-, hart a* oa*. did a**'
businesses. in service sad
press carrying Iron, ties
Dally) know that the climax or
(From Wednesdays aaaayniarrlagw.
1 i The fart that the proclamation other material from tile central:

'a wu tanned IB the abases of Gay, By mutual content, the law firm. we only bad some sort of money that would stretch ont we might corral these fleeting hou. supply station to these key.*. And It. was was ao for sloe th.* at purpose' haad' -*C i
dissolved.Mr.
ernor Plaacbard Bad only far d yufttr of Erwin Johnson baa At Loan Key work Is progressing
hold continuing them
supplies. In th
dark sail
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at the sun -,
6 th* latter' unexpected call Erwin continuing satisfactorily and rapidly though th* nuptial knot had bees dUhat 1Mraaauter
'
>o ,; for la extra Morton of th. Leclsia- place, and Attorney associating ------ handicapped for th. past several i '..eI Ida Prn and

a4 ,. 'nomination tar OoYernor. creates" Pauidera unusual M governor.to Interne a candidate Lieu himself Worley.ft with the: Johnson.Uoled latter. to be Oeorg known A.asWoriey THE WEATHER WE Will TRY TO SWIM I THE GAME SEASON dare time advances by the a viaduct shortage It becomes will of cement.have more beetcompleted evident As i oa friend. or, two boarded of the closest this moral of their*ga

trait
sad watt to Jne preesn.: ;}
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i FIFTY MILLION IS TOt ( States Troops HAVE HAD INNOijMBER ACROSS THE WILL OPEN UPTOMORROW It lit and next.to-Knights'. "" Key by January did ably plans they for that guard a days aot their VM ouUag.movemeata the parento So closely Mol af

the
youag people were 'wiveto

and Indians Battle : BAY Harry Thaw Wfll 1 whit was ap. sad their real........
,l BE PAID OUT'r' w's not known uaOl th* foUowlacteicgram
.. was reoctved her at !:!.
Try Insanity DodgeNew o'clock' this afternooni _
tJenwn.
Washington Oct. 11- la a battle -- Fla, Oct 31. i
: BY BANKS between United State troop and 'Kid.' happily' married by R.ve

Indians IB Southern Utah several What Conditions in the Past Several Boys to Undertakethe And Many Hunters Will i, Brerkerldg at 11 o'clock. Cer- '
1'I days ago three were killed and another I Tork. Oct. It- It war aLoosced ninny> witnessed b> Mr and Mrs

l'. wovndd. AD of th* killed Nineteen Years Make Task Next Sunday Take to the WoodsGameTo today that insanity will be W. H Tqmklns.' H. H. Match aid
and wounded are believed to be tn- the plea! In the defense .t tarry I I. PltcbforJ. Marriage at Frwe
.{ million elalls. The filet sews of the fight I K. Thaw, who*. 1<<-)a1 trial for Hole). India River.-
New Tort Oct II- Fifty Possible Next Mnth MorningA Be KilledFrom
a was received her today. staying' ; Stanford White. Mr and Mrs Laetrr win tftutu
dollars will bv paid out by NewYork '
h cm December> 1SFVfcV home on tonight's train sad a> Y
1.: < banks tomorrow la taking up NEW MOYI>Q PICItr.K: -eomlllt'neC.1'I cordial reception waits .

r, ;' she I ISSB* of 4 1-2 per cent tiotea snow FOR MIAMI : F1RFMKXOVKKCUWK

#'I: Issued by the Pennsylvania Company Stamford.K The following data covering a period party of M'tni bon, headed by. ( Thursday's. Dally) SNOKPI ot
Mr. L. R. Stanton of I I II
f and which fan due at midnight Y., will open a moving picture of nineteen years have been Hnrke Montgomery; and Eric Cullertson The Florida !same law goes In ef Chl<>an>, Oct 31- seven firemen ; DR. JACOPINOSWITZ
; '' : la order 'to lighten the strain which theatre within the net ten days In compiled from the Weather Buivnu I will endeatrr to swim feet tomorrow. November 1 and as a I were overcome by smoke anJ a low

tad payment of so large an amount the large room adjoining the Arm records at Jupiter. They are sewed' srrohs the bay next Sunday niomlBx revolt a number of hunting enthns- I of flOApOe was sustained ta a fire

t a* fifty million JoCars would imposer Billiard Parlor, on 12th. stree t. 10 sho.' the conJltlon t":t have II under the Kuldanco it Mr. Charles laMa\ are on preparing the: quail tcday and other for an Held Inuslon early today ta the the story bundJ HAS CEASED[ TO
( The picture are to be of a high order on Qutncy street
InK by
,
the month in occupied
: .a the money markets, the banking to the prevailed duilag questk.a R. Anthony bird Quail promise to be very,,J
to, assist
with a ringer th. Holden fhoe Co.
': Loeb' Co.baa taken for the above period of years plentlfnl this Reason In that thererus
joie of "aba Illustrated song feature I The start will be made accordi.gto ,
'J..p' at pat and accrued ten but mut not be construed' as a (ore- : the tide from the stow dock, the I I been no bunting whatever the EXIST ::
alllloB dolars' of the ant teen.. cast of the weather condition for I ywtmniers to follow the channel to l Lest summer, and all ,...ath.r conditions
BOW the coming month of November. hare been declledly favorable VETS OF KENTUCKY
The Pennsylvania company the new cut there they will make le-
,has "in deposit with beaks la New SENT MAIL UNCLE TemperatureMean or normal their landing To make It interesting to their breeding .
\"t work and Philadelphia funds with 71.6. 'Ihe warmest month was that Mr. Anthony desires that a num- Deer can be killed between November :New York Oct 11- -Dr. }aco*>
which to I take up the fifty mllttoa of UI1 with a ten,pera'ute of 66.6 I ot Fwtmmern enter the race 1 and February 1.; quail nacoswltt Is no me,*. TIM yesat
dollars of note having ...recently obtained The highest temperature was 87 on also all that U will be partridges and wild turkey. Norem/H ARE HOLDING physician who formerly lion that
warn
tile greater. part of the man SAM DIDN'T lb. llth. lilt, and< the lowest temperature II..r. safe to attcmtit the swim tier to March 1, and dock October name and chose sblagl: was diet
1 f,ey from tb* Union Pacttc la pay- waa 41 on the 17th, 1S01 ) rowboats 1 to April 1. .:.'" from the building at 2* Cast
b* will have a couple of '
sent' for the Pennsylvania holdings Precipitation. -Tho average 'or the It ta unlawful to kill gatnv with'. 117 street meat to exist today.
of Baltimore and Ohio stock The month was 1.11 .inches with an II" follow the boy in their match In one mile of West Palm Bench R H* Is still very sawn: aliv.Jaowvr.
pronilrnt to be InterestingA REUNION
'i tanks bar the. deposits oat la LIKE average of ten day on which .01 swimmers and St. Anguvtlne De'rIwr hide, hut will hereafter bear the aaatv of v
I number of the )best boy
"t loans and hav had to. call theM Inch or more of precipitation occurred. have tbe quail partrl.'ge or wild turkey cannot Dr. Jacob Kramer, permlsalo of
1111 the already entered
city
,"( loans U order! to turn the proceeds The greatest monthly precipitation be exported from the ronnty the New York supreme easel to
t' .t over to PnnaytvaBla tomorrow war *.O laches In 1S7, contest The sale of any of the above la prohibited chance had. same having beet ...... '
I; These transactions It in feared.wtll, and the toast ralafaU was .13 Inches I fb1 the youthful. prartlekjwer
1 t lead to a temporary dlaturbaac ot In 100. The greatest amount of Last 01! Saloonsin Non-citizens of the But mast Peweealley, Ky. (Oct 31-Keatucklaas the court order became effectlv to- ,
t le _n.. market. hd the .u..tJOII. precipitation: recorded In any u 24 have a banting; Ucell...)t.tlIDrd from who with the day aDd the unproaouwesabl (otHga .
fought South
'. tt bt'I Ibe materially I Indianapolis Oct. 11 Charged hour*. 4 Inches on the ZOo 18 7. the clerk of the circuit court la I same on the door has give
Ixrtped by the Kuan. Loch traasae- with sending drfaa&tory and Ukelns Relative hnmtJity Average b a. Bristol Tenn. each cojety of the state In which I la the civil war we assembled in war to a sign bearing the doctor
''r h_ 'lion Thin firm 1* also the Penn ., matter' through the mafla. In m.. HI ; average, t pm., '71 they hunt. the license costing 110 large numbers at the Kentucky Coa- new cocnonen. Jacob Kramer,

.,lft11ia'l banker and a* payments that be addrf Med a otter to 'Teddy Clouds and weather. The average!' std expiring with the CIMot! the frderat: Horn, where the annual M. D."
.will andocbUJly be, mad. through Bombast r rt co. EPc:1IUMu- number of clear. days were 10; part f"U..m. reunion of the state division. talked Plncneowtts recently graduated
s... K the rttnra. of the mon.. to ordlsry sloa. Washington" Charlea M. Dyer ly cloudy Jays It.and cloudy das 1 Drirtol. Tenn, Oct 31The last No one M allowed to kill in the Conff'llf'rate.eraDI. from the Lone Isljad Collect Hospital
} banking channels will b* ex dltor of the Mirror. win appear 'WilliT1Ie prevailing" wind of the camera of Bristol go out of tame year mere than five deer and was calledto and becaa practice '4t a neighborhood "
pedited.OIKAHOMA. before a United States grand Jury were. from the east wl-h an hourly f'1"t"l''E' tonight All trains yesterday I Rve wild turkeys The bag limit for order today by Commander Beouett whore h* was unknowa.Me .
early next month velocity of 14.8 ml.... The highest and today Ui East Term0- une day's heat must not exceed I H Young, Loultvllle\ I noon food that there wa* soB
BAPTISTS The Journal published by Dyer bIn velocity attained tae 41 mres from and the southwest vicinity, were twenty quail and two will tur"P'7I1.1 One of the most noteworthy feature ibtnr In 4 nan*, add his petlltonfirr
ndTocitcy of "sclentlfle eugenics" the northwest on be IMh lv 91.! crowded with passengers aaJ hnnareds I l>v an Individual, or forty quail and i of tie encampment will be the : the privlle. to hereafter hear
+ J? Aramore, I.T, Oct 11 -Th* Bap- or Improvement of the race by methods I of people have carried awaypackages tour turkevs by any number forming I dedication of the L. Z Duke as- the name: of Kr m r fo<1ow"'4. Flat -
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tlst general convention of Oklahoma similar to. those advocated by of liquor, while dally shipments : a '>Art)'. Forty dove -II also teinblv hall. recently complete.). I < eowttr be pointed oat la his *w
\ composing one of the largest ana adherents of the free love cult Dyer GOVERNMENT TO COIN bate crowded the cspresa the limit for one day's noting Mm L. Z. Duke. of: New York. who limit Is a bard name to peosoetee '
t.. i most reorenUUve religious bodies is ales a racialist Th letter has i i cnntrlbited) the mc-ney. for the erection ; aid a harder oa. to remember.

-of'the new state convene today In not been opened the. offMwIr being ,I" of the beautiful irtractnre *IUI lie declare that cosuiMom Sae 4
., the Broadway Baptist Church" Del- being In the addrees Itself. Dyer VI"%MTTY OF ('trrTONltl'6NKI RAYMOND HITCHCOCK I be the CD: **! of hoeor at the ,letca-I of the same would result IB a *..
\ ;, e..atea. both lay and clergy, from all declares h. will "rot In Jail" rather $$15,000,000 IN ) AT GIISKMILLF : hey :"er..monl-s. Addri wes will b" rtnlary loss and would be a great
'"? tray Oklahoma and Indian Terrli than recant .hit opinion) of the President -' delivered- br many well known Cool hin-Iranee" to advaaeemeBt la his

,. tory wtirtak' part IB the011&. A na'nmirllle! dispatch under into: l 1 federate: veteran I proffvsfea.: i .4 tr 4.S
AN ACTOR SKIPPED[
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DOUBIEEAGLESPhiladelphia [ of the I9th, Bats .
"The Iramepsp rlnnerlrs of W. W 1

mm IN NEW YORK MONEY MARKET lore Gordon this* (afternoon'.0. ot Savannah with nearly burled a HIS BOND Miami Soldier Boys Covered Themselves : 1

Oct. Jl- Orders hnrdifd bells ct cx/tton The fire' ,

IJ. IS REGARDED[ [ AS A THING Of THE ?PAST ware been received from Washington gained< con iderabe' headway before With Glory at
; for the Immediate' coining' of It wan discovered The loss : New York, Oct 31- RnmnndHitchcock Encampmenti

interdonhle eagles to the amount of Mtes about $15.000 to ICII:1't'-1 actor, who was under a i i I II
ft'l_ million dollars. This coln- Nearly a hundred bales or $3.000 bout to appear In tbe 11lC.| : i _
ire will consume about thr -IHtIIl 1 l-elonslng; to consumers' court today rbarg! : with crminil .
e i bullion The I separate apartmect were saved' be- .ult b" Just Closed at Fort DeSota Near Tampa-Learned
RE of the now at tile mint. a on a vonat girl "s dlrspH -
New York Oct SI- Th* first thlpment of a million dollars from action was taken to help relieve the II fnre the lire reached them The machine .red.. and all nigit cad today the Much That Was of Benefit-Were Material in
showed Loads has been reported. money stringency. shops of Ad.rm r>n *: Bid: p-ilice have rearched fcr him bat t,:
a' price of starts today some I use also) <*etroTed. with s: I low of mtthont finding; a trace j Taking Fort in Sham Battle

: reaction :from yesterdays buoyant TREABVHT OFFICIALS lirEKRFT) TEMPORARILY }*OAO). Gordon's Inruranre Is nnt The theory of foul play and astride --

:rtcatng. but opening decline HIGHLY GRATIFIED I\ LOS ANGELES known \ representative ls *:- have beea advance-1 HlUheock Company. "LT. Miami Rlflec second Toodern warfare The mad
company
f erect la half aa hoar. The 1.erte d here tomorrow." ray not been seen since! yesterday,t Regiment F. S. T.. e ery '; a most creditable stowing and wow l
of'trading was email. at the 1'eCO"-J I Washington, Oct '1- Treasury Mr. Ed '>t> forry. formerly. a resident afternoon, when h* told his wiK member hale and hearty and well ,,I much favorable comment from superior
'' financial eondltloa .to officials are agreeably"" surprised atth of this city. and county, who ALFRED \F\\"I. \''nFR I Flora Seaoelle. that he war going 1 satisfied arrived home last Bight officers, both regular army j .11(
t >* number of backs U th* country: died Los October GOES TO IND1.NA .
*t Angeles Cal. on to the Ttirklih bath from the annual encampment heldu :, and state for their eirel attxaal. and there ar* a. report of ban already indicated their J7ih, la
was born Rockingham
Fort DeBoto and Fort DaJe. near ,!I tary discipline sad effirleacy
ruB. The flurry to appraUy ovr.Th I l. to. comply with the sugges N. C. in UTe and lived for a time )fro A'fred' NewUuiJer. left this Windy City Mr Ncwlander has Tampa. | The deportment of the company j.
$ Co. of the comptroller that SB ad la West Palm Beach and Miami for Laf ,.ette. tad. where
aatpmsioa. of Keaalor 1 mortilng been located In Florida for a little! Th4 mn' are loud and pronaanemt was perefct' : and the health pbewnsa
circulation b* taken out where b* was known sa a prominent he win locate permaaenty. H* win fin been civil 1
over "&
ja. an oca *4 today tw th* hock rears saving In their praise of tile encampment outstaad1t I I A large number of telegrams wr dnmtxt The body has been tem- i top over for a few days at Cincinnati englner for the land dpartment of which: they declare was oa* of the entire tea d.,.' stay The eossi ?
:\ eehaaf Th firm had BO rrciv from beaks to-lay. asking rorarfly Interred at Lo Angles, *"1-- and Chicago and at the latter tht Florida East Coast Railway.He meat imecessful In the history or pan (figure roaopleuowsly) la th "I
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",- coatneta, with BMaban of the that am additional. drenlation o' a Itt amarementa are made by his. place win visit Mr. C. Stanley Sale, war well known to the people the state troop They were well battle between Forts Dad sad !>.- "
+.wxchaac!rile tm had no outst ad4 few thoucssd doDan. b* mad tvomfQom family for re-ncval to ....rcI. N. w.... h now s-ortaU editor of the all alc&g tile east ClOUt -<<..AaruII. treated and leaned< a great deal I\oto and were Isfraly bBstruaMatal ..

'- aw taporta' .eosti .sa..Aa addtUoaal. .I doDara. I Iif7 I C.. th* horn of his pamta. Railway 'W'' It.. ubtland- ta th. .* Record I about drilling aid nereistag la In the captor t, Fart Pad*. I

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PACT TWO THB MIAMI KTTROPOLIS FRITUY.OV 1. 19O7 B


The Weekly Miami Metropolis" t<1 h' lat.AbKL.SI: : OF FOLLY I OUCH WHITE THE ONES TOO i .ARE WHY COMING THE PEOPLE SOUTH PUBll- I 1 w. j. urn FOR


-- The Ntw York Word very ably It is just Important t put the The Tampa Times. thus reviews ,
B, B. Tatum. President 8 Hobo I*** toe .Tre** nd >e y Justly defend President I 'blind Users'a operated by white lie and from facia and I

THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY .>.os %ell In the present financial ineti cut of basinets a. It to to (up' ugures atuton., piedit te a grist season fur OPlfw \ I IITI. Jill: U. S. SENATE

--- .it is. .hlth is shaking Wall street those the
press run
by negroes, says recounting the
aa moathi . . . . 1100 One rear . '*-" wonted New York 1 l Oak "orlda. causes responsible
nd the centers ot IJve Democrat In 1m. res- for the steady growth of .'
I Those paying In alvince will receive a years* subscMp I-a for f 1 to bd of America. Il ;ay* the bUma.lure ': petts they are even a greater curse. the state: !

aaj au month subscription for 7( ents This is a liberal dlcoor- t* Induce I .. It shou.d be laid-al the Jour and beyond all question there I far "People are coming south In greater .( 0'. .cul.._._ .,, .. .1. Young J.caM>ar1lliai i P.m .

BtrieUy advance payments ,I the dishonest banker financier I less fxcuae for a white man engaging i syimbers than vcr before at thl al.ln'p.u I.n.......n...n."p. .. w I neaUy May

ird trended business man who ha in such a degrading form of -.WD of the year, A Tampa man ."*at h* 4i.). aI.e.. ? cu"apk J

Catered at Ut PtMtoOc at Miami. Florid. a* second-claa mailerFRIDtt. al one g al. lo win at ihe expanse ,I crime than a negro No respectableman In New York who desired to coma Hal"tarp.n.t.. .Inns. .n. r Eater .V.DU UU

mid luflerence of the common peole who has a home and wife and I; home by steamer went to the officeof I : .';..L.; -

Th- World sass: children or mother or sisters who the Clyde Line In thai city and I rJ 'ftLadina

NOV. 1. 1 07IN "A vice.president of that great mar some day bo the victims tt a aiked for a bh. only to find that I. 1-=. Dwra IB various parts

-, litst company with more than 0.0110.000 .- drunken beast. can sffrrd t lad t'f'1' was a T.c.nt berth in the I[to1 MK Sl'Nt PORT ohe btt ..e lately bwa arming

JUSTICE I'HOW ARE I of deposits watch baa been any f'CU' for or show any mercy lut six !.mf scheduled to leavetor ECo' THOCGHTS W. Hryin. of Jack.ulll c
mined by Its own offlclaU blame lo any man white or black' caught the south. He came by rail, u t>> enter the race for U.i lna"lal"r.

TO MR. FLAGLER. |? YOU TRAVELING ? I for Its downfall "one m.." The 1 romotlng the cause of crime in neon do who do not wish to wait i iI I Fdlorelro : end Mr. !rl 1W wll- e

follow I I I Franklin the "road ,tan he mesas I I. the President not his community by engaging In the Thf'r are already, visible a good Dade county has wet It in short time, cTO a dd *-
the : gone
For some weeks past Acccrdlrt o cf the wrecked and mishandled Illegal sale of Inttxlzat'ng! llqucrs I I many tourist In and Inquiries i S wet t ttteae "ellt .La
tag pan nph from the Btarke Telegraph to market was plain' even more The Constitution handles T.mp .glees public and
loom
trust companw. but of the nation t Atnl. ''I Indicate that body will "DCU. Ilf'D. fouih Firi4 la daeu lag
has been in general use bv ban. a century ago. this of w'thout! l '
101 r. Roosevelt fOT 1..I..n. arrive earlier usual I to a few of Its citizens t d.batc. "lth a Jan,
the with the result that U The rears bare brought a sue and all endorsetbe IPn
good men '
press "It 1* time for itch folly to cease "loYI .1 The Immigration i to our educate In crime, Increase poverty <'r Ntr Bryan's probable ha, 1'
I his awed considerable Interest cesMon of Improved method of following from that paper: I'I I"qulr I t t j
i In mood to 1 Ili.en >*
>r s
Tbe people are no lo al 'ommereial tc nuke women and chlMren T. i and brought forth a number of in- rnveflrg on this same old road "But a few weeks ago a negro larl' .
to It with patience; and let as, i I than and the ', >o Mr .t ma for
t <;lrtes relative to the came. several t I..f'vor and now the former weary. ct>ce more, remind these gentr) of I ..convicted of the Illegal .al* of ,I for a ever stronger bfor.current of settlementthan weep and suffer for the want or titled states Senate la. nc greet

being received, by the Metropo- time and distance: have been aluNyt I II hlFh finance that upon the patience whl.k"y In a dry county close to for The brad and the bare necessities of tint 1 am .onfident that he will ea-
peopleof
many years.
Hf: I I obliteratedTnst rf the jwople, tfpon their thrift up-I Atlanta The court fined him f 1 000 the north are up against the life, to make loafers, Ta.raltJ. la ln the ont at .art shee pp" v

l "Down at MlasM a few weeks ago I Ixhortemd is steam and electricity have on their confidence, rest the true-: I' the limit al".e by law or sentenced problem of high land and tact to demoralize and her '' hear blue v d b"omfiml Ir "

they bad a bank failure and a lot rye distance: between lure cf bnslneas credit The** are him t: verve twelve monthson those who to pr the overcrowded .g. hip principle. h4 will nU y UHruiiport
want i liixcna. the all
Paris and! and for pr ce of I
: London and Llrerpool. the chain To the
crash. gang
of people got hurt In the Its base: th. apex is relatively unimportant -I Cat cities and take up freer 'I, ."t.1."tl: Imrat. bs
ilarseille. Now York and Chicago rurprire of the court the tills what? Nothing mor. .
The aft.ln of the bank were .1. < \ .
J es/e- I "v and wholesome life In the country rte rryx>" t&t. I.
( tally rent over and It win found I mt has lewriiaix'r publicity shorten4 What Is the situation The coon I, promptly paid his fine and secured I discover that It ta. difficult and than aa InCla pol
that lb, depositors Would gel back : the (ilsunce: between your mar- soy to prosperous The West overflows I Ms fr -dom. Commenting upon I expensive change They ire learning larger criminal record anj a few : In Florida to 4ef at the glftel young
shall percentage: of their | Ve. and >'ou. The railroad: this C'M the Judge before whom Jacksoavllle. -
only a with optimism that
at the time land In
this of the matter You can rtlll travel from one business For'IIiD It ... tried Slid there was no doubt same j drops or pieces of money Other CMH U S I
money At stage: cannot handle their I I. <
: : Florida la cheap, and that U with tho hearts blood of iu I' Dmorar
Henry M. Ftegler resented to take city to another by ox-team andbare ( exchange Is turning heavily' In whatever that tbe negro .. the easier to live and a living ... and A < ata1 aaaouncedlta dldat.+ I.. I

things 1- band and fljance: the lallballt. a fair chance of reaching you our favor: And. few men havekeen : tool of white mf'1 who put him for here than farther male. "mel C'I.rll. think? I ire 3 Beard and i R. .. .
e, "
ed : ao 't could 'pay off 'I* depositor I Uxotloitlon rometlme But yon caught gambling with other .Ir. to bAr the punishment of the 'Another factor Dorh.I which count In you lory. both of Pen+acrla, the latter .:
thick rot.Cltuf
la full This Is the wake scald :'ot willingly choose the ox- ,..r>oles money and properly disciplined I ( d ('rlmt. Had the court .uspocted I the increased migration present and voter, have king; the present Senator front !

Henry M. Flag'er 1 t who** heeU team for a thousand mile trip If a therefor, the Innocent a* f,.r a moment ths( the negro prospective for the approaching sea : you tb'Ci Florida. Mr to not m" ;;: t. .
I chit did Mall
when
a gang o* d.' nagogws sad hungry | fart express train were available! usual suffering; with the guilty"To \ ws prepared to pay the fine the son Is the greater amount of ad- ycu you ,' of a cmpaIC. he has hen1 Ij ;t 3

e&e seekers In this State have lost<< I 8c It I. la traveling on tblaroad trip the policeman and let culprit would hive foubd himselfon i vertlMlns; :hat has been done this aO"our. If I'I dada wM and purl I
market!" Ton might find yourI the way the chain without stop :8ld
III' rang ;
mo opportunities to slap and snarl the thief escape to not the prudentpart. t summer and fall of artlon and If friends, who believe bin Ut" '.
Driptoal see a
I I I market. sometime by using the ox- the shaken structure : that alternative prfTI"ge. remain of his ro
on
The Metrorolls baa a high regard To re-erect: South Florida, telling of resources and. neighborly thing In voting saloons vcoul u
I .-artort cf publicity-th* poster ahrlefIIng 'But e-fn that .o"ld have
confidence less lot -ho work diligently for hto
for Mrj; Ftagler and the great work of public I and and advantages have 11 ,
i 1\ and lr>-bord sort, but why not to needed and more' gone to the root of the ..1. The atr\'Uon. again upon U.aml and Dad el
.. has d4ne and to lUll doing on at executives been distributed more
with .
time end dUtance andannoyance 1 high f white man..hI) would inrad terror from county
the East Coast of Florida. It sppredatcs i eliminate obedience to law. There j jI thin ever before, and the Mr. Peards campaign w also
I rUlt
and dUappolntment byI for the statementlhat ,''In a community, and evn murd..rInd On'( lore sight of the fact that vigorous, and ,
beena authority
prove
railroad
the fact that be has I that mere people are coming hereto Imewht ,
I the lot exp.to your rapine end arson. merits no con- I morally responsible for the
friend to of our people luklrg rate regulation, that the fining I It to begin- yon ire Ucnlar. as ho aa o:
good many for I
I which to typified by I sidration H rhoul b> I see tbem..ITe. !t exists un- $
I .rkltt-- thai the cutting!: off or mercy ronJitlon cf roclety a end his extcBkivoly la
and has for years given employ of rebater ling to be widely understood that athousanj 1r
r1 modern *?gie*!ilve and adequate and private car graft I|! hunted out and pnt Into stripes, saloons. You are morally reKponslble itics in p '
always c"r
who of free-paa will far to
meat to thousands are I such a* I* The I dollars go a all the drunkenness, Frida
newspaper ndvertlslng comnetltlv.conditions .' .where beloiss only regretI for
..... It the restoration of b Crged
h'def.
ready lo speak in that i romfortiiblv locate and equip a family .
i the MIAMI METROP- I I Is that the d..b crime sad deal :
+ I ofter-d yon In not alone Justice to "1 canes penalty agony There political leader
In are
regard him as a valuable man are In Florida Iwo lhou.ard dollars lrlf'ry. many
..._ _____,. ..A that (pod ..hia, I JOLIS* the consumer but favorable to sound ''II not n loren times more severethan Texas and. five thousand !nCalifornia. l lair .om... with drunken hi. throughout the slate who better .
tmv CUB1M11 M *] n
1 I
of : It I.. l>su<4s ard was the cry of the cM '
the above 1*-a re-n4'-i I IMr finance The same win D* true ) that Congressman S. M Sparkmaatwl

Flarier aa lajustic THE TRUTHOF energetic; reforms within the stato. We are not getting so many of I I drIll for brad of which they hare be ...d"tto- enter th.S u.t' '

We iddmlt It win rumored from THE 'KArTER1'rll6ideDt "Let there be no dodging of the I NOHING AS GOOD AS I the rich as Is California, but w* I, been robbed by the drunken father rare The a ate many of .

certain source and for obvious purposes issue. Frenzied finance Is the culprit NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING are getting our share of the active who 'pods his earning la the sa- fhO."Ter.' shin art .. -1lal .

that Mr. Flagter would taker I Flnley limply stated a at the bar H* to no patriot and Industrious and frugal and farsighted Iron. the c of the orphan made 1 that Co'lm.m Eparkmaa's

ever. Ue affairs of the Fort Dallas fact n* bad long known when h* and but lltle ot a financier, who rail I I A merchant with a talent for and those kinds of people through pale cf R.m permitted sillon on the river and Harbor Pea4

I Rational Bark; and we bare every mid that the South was not hostileto i at borert metsure to cure admittedIlls I I I "dreaming once remarked that be make the safest and .ale foundation 1)v jour vote and sanctioned by niitle Is too important & Florida,

reason to believe a movement wa I the railroads. .--H* did not ay, Instead of maafclly: upholding wkUhed that he could' organize a"personal for a long term of prpl\ your Inflneree,; the poverty. misery, I for him (o leave Cc.as all & .

',' made in that direction, but it fail and floes not **7. nor does anyone them whether hey be the salutary i I propaganda" of this sort: If It In the way of : sew. sorrow Mid remorse of the prorUon orlna. U. Ho_

ed The obligation and task wa else any or think that certain: newspapers acts of Cle.rlDc-Hou. committee I He would quote a half dozen bargain to help come along the good .work don I wreck and ruined life. made 1'' !.ska. very tanuentlaL -

too much for even Henry M Flatter are not hostile to the railroad 1 or the efforts of public officials: to prices to one ..
to sesame and we believe we *. Thee same newspapers having enTor the law" would tell three of her frlt'Dc. Each --- bave, honed t avert a.c so to rsl, Tiirtoa oa the oonattlee. .-

vote his desire U making the been curtailed IB their tree W* lire rot a supporter of President of there in turn to b* t maa. and *s the latter gentleman ;,

statement that the erroneous In* pastes and over paid advertising I Roosevelt politically but we tell three of her friend The chain A ART YET : his decided t leave Cc to run

yreaston that he would be repontlble turn and abuse the railroads and must believe he Is right In the war to thuD grow until .circulation TO BE DISCOVERED him further on Irto sin and crime u.I.s Tom Jtlrt of

for tie liquidation of the Fort charge all aorta of crimes bat I h* has ben waging agalnit the corn had been obtained for his ad equal by Toll, far and working for the ('Ienlart 0.. Congressman Sparkv. ,

BUI* National Bank affair, bee wholly because: lack of special favorto binatlors and trusts, and which the to that o the best newspaper In Advertising seem to b a a sale o 1'.or. I h* retalntd .. e

themselves They clamor against I -financiers" now bold responsible town yet to be iiscovertd by Im ppt You say It i* nobody's buslress nalult be the leading

It M tree. we believe that Mr. elimination agalntt certain MC- for the present financial: panic. If II 'When one woman tells another ,avs the DeFuulak Br_ bow you rote; no It I. but nevertheless I r cMmite

yiagler' agreed to become a member tk.ns la favor of certain other oe-- honesty, or aa endeavor to make I of a bargain to b* obtained at a tbe practical part of it A constantstream others can not _.p from T R lacHeut e

of a trust company, having a* Clot.." as totdly as It it was. trne. lien honest and honorable in their (certain store, the other woman will, of water from me or more the results and the effects your ffd. Cc

-t I It* object the liquidation of the In order that there may apparea.lybr dealings with their felow men. is son two case tout of three, manage fire engine _will soon extingntoh or rote no matter how yon may try to rrkm.1 bln. lb hL

Fort Dalian National Bank but otbrwlse some reason for favor to themselves the cans of the disturbance which to get to the store to see about It." get under control a very large fire,, I'UI yoarnl. the fact remain t< who defeat Br

be baa taken BO hand or BOInterest by the put'II*. They kiow Is shaking Wall street to its axis. he anrned "Ad that why such while a. few bucket of water daih- ever bore yon; yon voted for and should the latter .run aid ('

la tbe institution or Ita of- that without making. fair Issues then a portion of the trouble can a plan would keep the store fall of ed 0 her and there have little .. those conditions which instating o him making th* y

Jker Nothing ha been beard 1 whirl they nay specially ,uiamplOB. be laid to the President (u.tomen or no effect The modern fire department make for the mla of roar felljwmen test for the Beanie There wa anaonounoat'ent

:&...1, of the progress of the pro- there to BO excuse for the publication Bat Is It sot Honesty and dishonesty There are a few defects in the : Is praell 'al and .outgrown Ton are morally respoaaiblo mad oy T. J. Laud

poeM trust company, and what It i of en h paper I are not akin.and the present plan One of them II the time It the bucket system, and 1 for the conduct of the eltl-ns' o Brown, of Tampa, a r.. month

to Aolac. V anything, to not known A railroad to an entirety aDd each trouble Is due directly to the dishonesty would take t "circulate" thisepoken with modern advertising-plenty of Hade co-inty la so far as your vote ego for the Bat. but D pus tl

We believe the statement of best city: or town along Its Un* .. a part of the monled mf'D of the' ad. An occasional link in It used In a practical, common sense and roar Influence causes the to it seriously press of t.

I fart' .1st consideration doe MrFlagler I cf It, upon which It to dependentf country. They acquired their wealth the chain would b broken by a and Judlcou. manner pays.If do good or enl You voted for rum State for awhile had mach to say '

nine the lepon. erroneously patronage To favor one town by dishonesty It could have been woman being away from home- You t eatcl- a certain and as a conscience: you mate p criticism of Mr Blows, Mr. Brow '

i circulated. to capable of doing sciilDst another, and thns break ua mad la n6 other manner and at the ic-rhap aopPDf at another store, kind o fish you use a certain Kind sible the conditions It brings killed at the time that b* would

bun mnre harm than good and the committal: Importaoc of tbe expense of the common people The when tb advertisement of ., ; not all fish bite at all kind upon tour fellow eUu ad their withdraw If Mr Sparkona should

giving to him credit and notoriety I one won d meaa a lesnoMrg of patronage bask failures of New York and called of bait Not all people rwpond to whatever they may be. 1 run Since that time nothing ..

he doe not dealre 'or the railroad upon whose : ether places have been caused by Another defect to the fallibility every advertlsro The newspaper matter bow revolting and loatr- been heard from Mr .B. .

I line inch town K located Railroad dishonest use and speculations with rf human merOI and testimony 1 Is a medium tnoetpeujable rome. Ton can not deny this with Is not a poIUictoB. but h* .dosv'

.rte-a. managers are not such fools. Their i money entrusted to them The By the urns h traveled to to' the majority ot sdfrtlsers. because toy Ulr.n for your Inner self nit eh for Talp. aid .. many

1IT SHOWS shoe effort and Interest to to build 1 greed for gain for riches for anything Hit tenth person in progression it of Its wIde and repeating eircjilallon I mill rot let yon.i Yon may try to friends f ( I.to b-

np every place they can reach with that could com within. their would not remotely resemble the As a promoter of trade '|>prs the inner consciousness of lamed by ..4r that Mr.BY
NOTHING OF THE KIND thlr alb or with their traffic. grasp has led them stray original. -and:visitor* to the tore. and profit lIe1p."r sdvertlslnjf I.I Isnu the misdelnts of heart was sot Mr. b* .o.
I must would be demanding to buy bar thai I.rnc. Jar I I.ta eaabldac. in dwsi only eaJearoring -
questtoa
"' Tribune The Itinerant writer or editor: who President! Roosevelt's policy longer in open gnawlno of 'Or eon citnce ,
The, Tampa showed, a newspaper Itself toW 1 never had, a dollar that someone work. out !nccessfnl in the end We gains which the merchant never is when done In a practical sail )n- but you can not escape from a to bold the South Florida Said / l f
that bas
i repeatedly not make him notunderetand suffer temporary embarrassment heard of Alter any statement.riory I dk-lons manner aol pays b can MIca of Ton : c|>en for Congrnsunaa 8prk. ,
lined ip with the "Wet side of i I Itb else does can may : I > rorr tpon.'blty.
s the monled or bit of gossip baa Been told and I The general .
bane and which : why rsu* are by the power of effectiveness Ch..pD. ran cot fo,0urf.etthfTan hlp. I
then prohibition now la the e&Dlpapbel1lC Uj 1' !Ir unfair romettaies, nor &I'pareDt-1 mitt and their dishonest methods, ou to the tenth progression, I. orlcI -0---- yon .p consequences tiers will b* a p. w

I know enouph to appreciate the "un but all will come out right In the inal author will repudiate i your acts. i I nll y candidates for o-
waged in Hillaborongh county;, comBteatitg NO ALARM .
I the fices Th coming campaign proas-
This phase of *
lutely
and the time will berrhenome ,,
tad mate
o like. coniHilons" Or If He any nnI The Is a deeply '
local
fTDC"I-
recent
OB the result of be would not only wreck the ucr', ire to be the most exciting la ,
I will alone FLORIDA
btJ of those princes: of finance r
this
.lerstand all be can easily trust. bought dearly by our -
i I
option election, in ?lorida. My plan It would wrrk the store that Ida's history and all But. .I
at the feel oi the com -- .
told to and rrtend I It the other way traveling and shoal be prised as our lifer
"Thee* past election tell one very I who bar long been tiled It. Banks may come and banks may tt county effictols must b cb I
I as his boss want to b* Governor 1 mOD people so I for In It resides oar liberties, our a
significant tale.: It I* that IB future their victims and them The Metropolis carries the merchants .I goIn New York, but the Floridian the Demoerrtlc primary j
end since there i* to personal charm .IaL and that of the State and
| '
r elections of like character every I! rip. story and in a f.. goes on forever. We may be hlpll The Race for (sovlTSa i
i lo boat of he must needs preach of litt .
tack io( ground IB the campaign hours to than couldbe slow down here-w* may be crack : The Gubernatorial contest .. .
the mote In his neighbors' a Is It possible
most !be vigorously COB:eeted and eye I reached by the human chain" en and caricatured as the man wIt 10. a aollllde thus far excited n-ueh I.t.Jefferson :

i that orator on a par with McNameeand -0---- I THE CENSORS plain In a month wide sombrero and languid!: irawlw .- I rltlren to nbnse I and ald > power B. Brown-, of Key Weat. JU- .

"Wright moat be employed to SOUTHERN DEMO :RAT I OF NEWSPAPERS No other advertising Is "b.ter1 -> may not know that the world I revolting"T'him and for. sa Institutionso and de- beet Gltchrtst. of Pants Or.a. 'j'

way the public mind How eriat FOR OUR PRESIDENT / No other Is just as good" outside of Florida to moving-but I repnlslve ty mi R. Hudson c.al. I
told of all that Is good and elevatIng
*> thl* I* when one thinks that Every uutslder knows better howto U I when It comes to the pinch and of the Railroad Commission.hav* d* ,

but two vote changed In the wholeof I I The movement which wa bf'pD' run a newspaper than does the In Manchuria, If man dun you, i squeeze In Will street and other a* the saloon I better upon it aa to unwilling I dated their candidacy for chief *aerntlve ,I l" "I I

Orange county would bare re- a let days ago by a number of hltol hlraitelf-that seem to be .c he becomes liable for $2,000 awalloping financial circles, little old Orange Pple' ba.1 the of the State Thee cJ'.

**ned the ......t of the contest at'' prominent Democrats of BeLford aa a f.c by would.be crltuf and a pig send county laD w.the the storm without 500 thoigbt of what 1f'1 ire ash acknowledged ,* ,
1 D..e t to
that >point"> I I County Tenn.. at a mass meetingat Such b Inc the case, tie editor ml.lonarle to tint 'f *'>, I losing the rudder or .prlDcll lrnch. means the( you-self and IB I I strong men aDd well equipped f .

The'rasnlt have shown nothing of f hell J Til,., to reported as a large of 0. SUDe prop being why I a leak According to ('Popl. of exerc'se roml..lt that right., I the responsible duties it to > '

the kind They hate mown that the and enthusiastic gathering ot Just a r tb tho wiseacres 1 consenios of opinion the citrus: fruit .Citizen voter, .-ommuae with eline letter will withdraw If John -

prohibition sentiment au'ung whitepeopl orrats, representing all the D.tr.1 by endeavoring to cut out General W L. Wlttlch. of Pensa. crop in this county will mean one ; rievlcw action and yonrtrif make i N C Stockton should annouseebr j
a lor the pity, develop crltMsia bondering dollars And while this to yopr i candidacy Hundreds 9f "
f of the state 1* stronger than I may (carping or a.thln cola, h3 been elected Major-General million nt your mind that will m .
that of Ue Anti-ProhlblUonltU. and something very Important and maygive on It commanding the Florida division U. ,,10 Insignificant um w* still have vole for yon beaf: enthisla>tlcalry supported Mr. B.r,
t i Pew phase toha mach A L like an hotel. Itt In the of purity, sobriety. cl.I..n.lp for his present poultice wait '
I a D other way
that with the negro vote ellmlna ed C. V. succeeding W. H. I tUI e- I I
w'rarr and all that will
make 1
GDfr. W. Icb to serve out bis time aid are ln ist> ;
mooted question as to what atktadei : dish up something torult cry and ..rlf"table. J.
--It gotc oUdlr "wet"-prohibition The honor bestowed lon.
would bats prevailed in everycounts i he Democratic put will take next all tastes Because a guest at Jfwel.on the gallant and Wf'1 dashing soldltr I Bryan said he would b right 1 Itow-ible tends, sad to vote degrade down.that anythingthat temptsto l Ing tbat he sall for re-electloa as'I'I! Jt\ilW \

Y i where It has been defeated yurj I II a hotel doesn't happen to enjoy { than b* president We can ao him railroad f'Ot.It.r. I
evil, that cultivatescrime
and
j The rerolnions were ably plpa..i mushrooms be would pot make a |I one better and say that we would create j I Mr. S. Force i ?
aoind and creditable
by a food, majority -o-- and wickedness, that ,, atnady \
', }. The the hsa ed and take a broad view of exlst'nr : holy show of himself by raising a Taft tells the rather be a resident of Orange!: .da Something unique -
way negro mentionedon Secretary FlplDO In Wallstreet I rem tbe life and hrpplnem of lourfellowmen I developed la th> j jlal 1
conditions. fuss were than
They assume a they county a a.bat
bees manipulated and controlled bythe bu. that he hopes to visit mUlonlr sod makes possible the /I
the
cr-d Same with a We of a tgttallon from sew-
nrong noelticn italnst centrallzititn menu are r
: -
attHrohlbltk-eUt IB these "leebOil" : in 1$09. but that he will 'probably Do this and berronj I II
lad
,will do wore U caist his dlsfrancblsement of government .t Waiblngton.\ t'wlpapt'r. 1f you find Im..thlngIt come as a private cltixen" This living and our poor brothers In the I .111 of action you .0. enl l very prominent Democrats ,;
thai anything that <-clarlnn that "we havoc the adrnin- i !n that yOU don like, just act would !'ndlcrte that the cloakeo: north cannot say as mucn.-Orlando your feMowmaa happy seeing / several newspapers that heretofore 3rave
"ration of the the and next your removed from onnoeed Mr. Stokt.. <'
Federal Government gentleman your It.
i
has occurred In cereal y<*ars. I alo. hits driven Presidential hope Hf'prtf'r-tar.
dagger temptation i In A
I I order the Constitution and the exet.tl door neighbor to enjoy this jour true of Orange county and rejoice the cltirensh'p curly urging him
We |look to see thorough county I from the breast of the Ohio tandtdate. .ba : ;
of county r .. '
: In your f Governor, promtoUr j
e only ef the powrs being reseed nallstlc mushroom in peace to true of other county tare
; go "wet" through the negro vote 'I chef i I I If'1 dishonest Rff'mb that that to b yon him ..pport Mr Stockton ) }*.
Escan.bla tv the Sate; that w.i adhere The editor and the are on --0- Florida Serb tblll&& Mthua.tw
the same aa did Dade. : 1 i
the know better '' cut little n'Ut help your neighbor doing : I* uageestlcaahll'stronger wit |
and other C'OnDU" In the recent to doctrine that the C-nstltu- ,, the same plane They : A Law and League nas hankers and b'DI, ,I
t.on is an it struroent of fixed andneSnite bow to cater to the masses than trganlzed Ordr the Score with Florida 1. If the Orlando pur
elections but yea eoa.t.p bug n I ar"i
gather the
bl.lll. of roar labor If the writer of Ills
does the lonesoaie. inexperienced He think about ll a
itegro vote and d..ran R from the meaning expressly prJVicln poe of which la to see that the may I r .
I "wf't" majority the Tribune will by Its terms the manner and means kicker So long as the DfWlfllpr |>r<.hibltlon law to enforced. That' little while, but be soon tarnsaround :I D. E. WhetstoneI tunic Is capable of .dldl.C* *

And tint there will be a food majority i I cy hichf It may be changed or man ecnfinei himself wf'1 within I You have got out the ..- and o to making another Itfilitlcal 100\fTutlol. Sk.' .
of the white Tot,-law-abld I amended and w* pokU.vely disapprove tbe bounJs of decency, u.ter rllb.> ; keep them out and chase pile There Is still morO In Florida I w.tb..r_ prophf't. a. predicting will seen b* a candidate fo
I I cf he Is fulfilling his mission soil ban been gotten out a lard Th-r always do. nor and make a decidedly Inlarsst
too declaration ever
comlnt 'the blind out of their laIn. 1.
t tilL tu parltg, he me loving; moral .nt. tg.n do not to'' '
s appeal| Inc campaign That ho will
,, fn ra high Republican: authority that and should be rath..rthan don. of itIf 1.\ .mid .C:
cltisens. who have d th ra fuouage can .
iprw hat: J
I Mlrht
the CoFitl'iitlon\ la Its nicanicg expands ond FloridaSentinel j b II IIj they t foretell cult to defeat Ii admitted n y yhM /
e selves: la favor of prohlb'tton Tbe Sut I I Ire and snow and and snfferirg : opponents Mr.
:i or changes to meet adhering : Tourl.ts'Homeseeken' wa .a danvroiis a* I bilard. pltlal .k.
The '
day of the negro: In F orlda 1 Actions totbr.1 I Thick corn rhneK '
fir umet-JlI'fos and erudition" I II But Brother there who .. molmfxlll'. It would I Itll'k' "n prollOta .
win WX>B be i thing of the 'I | are some edition of the St Petersburg Indeliendent Icok I fur on animals activity tf small end hat many year .. ,
part tad well m!ght h OfO.L I,I I They Insist upon lie reduction t>' wont do It. Just a day or two agoa I U a moet creditable num- be nec svary to have .comhautt* j I cnlmals In laying up wintry stores Mr Rr9.a* has. fo lately expressed
the ti-I! declaring that "we favor fellow with a hatband that might ttr and should do St. Petersburg '< r each tngagemepiOf I ,
Ir-knoMi of on the few M. movement ;
ntHf favorable; to the ,
s i'i. limitation of taxation br the Fed make a good fitting garter for aJar and that section an Immense amountof I I
trunks. the building rat'ons of while General Glkhrtat declare th*'
# Gen Corbln oat with this p,.- 'Jovernmrnt to Its requirementscconnmlcaUr I, bird topped his subcrlptlon to gcod It t* (Issued in three i rvernot
If i air 1 .
; diction: "If the Democratic partywins I I I w coun. .oa. d.lr. l'fITef. the flight of .IJ Artie andniher has nothlrg to with the
administered and a re the Metropolis because It bid bone< of twely-four Editor .
sid pages. bo much shorter hli winter. otheruraneements fool
there will be the went panic dart ion or the tariff la such a way a* !I, ume thlnRS distasteful to the contents Powell It to cangratnlatcd on hi.encceua. mast made for water lulb.ld. II. State. pfhlbho.. as h* cal Lot .
b b I 'iMrknMw of rult thins or rinds, sad imendment It
civil would have any fj
since the war It not
to dpriv* American labor of of hla storv That I
,, apP I sweeping the .Idf'walk. I stave the color of lh- lear (hit prohlblUcn will b* 3,
t to be considerable ofya punle w ret the tbHtty to compete with foreign fellow! thou down in the .1. COb. \'n Bj i.,
f math them lefornntlon M to cnnsnleuons feature of fh* next Ons) j
W >
y it ( to worse than rome of thor l late r. sad a continuance of ouchIeducllon shallownoaa of his shallow mind that The fight over the Goinud mll- i i I whaI |
that the Is 'o te As matter with dl-lH
bloom Mi* Staytesanl Fish finds w..alh. A ernatoriil ea
which were In full during '
D
i until the the out I .mp.IC.
proper basis chVlb would put Metropolis o lions den a dime novel
's lop IWr.my If 'l 1. to be rich 'f they know no'blnz sbout It. ,I.r. It Ott-f
that periodGen. Cort'ln probably f'xn.lf' O.lnt f.c. ; arallt
rcsched, and a trustcreatingtariff business HU subscription wou'd Jo .\ about' 1700 .- prDO.le .
recall several of them- ....... Inb"rlt cntlrelr to whether yon worked for al"d signs glvv lo Infor- child e .t la Pasta 0
thereby clevtroytd"There II and ho dealt the Metropolis .000 from a "
for Instance ; Ipr fatlf'r marrlf it or Inherited It. Iatta. The r irsl westh propl..t Ha voted dry. he will not /
r are vend Democratic blow from which It could not re California 11' '
wealthy borman a kno..llce i n the sutrsect a derided nand the ban la the -
ed win compirtid the movement ttiver: divorced married a millionaire, who I, \hot 0 '
U thinks
weather If '
Most ltmpapers In Florida BOW ihonchtfnl mm la the party. .11'.1 But the same day six other per had a brother who mauled his wir.'s I the The.. llei' are threatening to take |I he know be deceives hlmlw-lf* The campulm n:usl be b..by. th. prpd ,

land ..ut ncoB>promlatiicly for -- rons, subscribed to the Kepoll daughter by her first husband .aratb. They ire but a remnant rooeeoone fiction U the absurdof I selves. .1 ppl ,
mot
prohibition temperance and good as-stable paying a year each in ThU Therefore the mother and daughter a once fairly strong tnb. All| tars There will
t moral IB the eointl in which end the notice ought to to .1.-E&Ch..p. may b probably h other caadldite <
) Oll early next we to out of business One subscriber t.f.me slster -ln-liw. The daughter I.. b true. iToiJs us aa immense to announce vbenuelv dir*
them
I
1' they .re published It U oacaur- I month. and one of the specified subjects stopped hU paper What acalamity' Is now ''I\or. the husband had : cnount of time cons..mmc fut.I I \lag the nest few seeks. and by the

t ""I'C'i commendable, respectable' and with which< It to to deal to the Can yon comprehend It* getting the d'TOr' ad a half'million | r nnd nomehow or other we sometime middle )f the battl win

It to ritbt. and the Tery best re ,reform of the criminal law In the The poor fellow to to be flltU" dollar settlement from his wife i I< \ Plttsourg man had no faith In Pit It right I .n la II'"I .

u seRa fcre dairy con-.lng from thee matter of granting new trials. A Some day h* may wonder bak and s'ep-nioce. The mother. who ,1 c.nU.nd tried to shoot but anirhing I. The .rl.L Indleatlors now a that

work Obey are doing even If a county ttstut. will be proposed that win refit the fold and when he does b* will IDlrle last In Put. I* living In '1 tooth Incidentally he shot I". S. BUOY TFVPFR I KTenensn Frank Clerk win, e

'doe* oceaatooally: : gu wet The a new trial la any ease upon receive the same treatment aa before York and da t. I.. I ihe bullet Into his brain and i* now t" otnsK opposition for reolentlos. la.yet.

entlMeat contlnu to grow and purely technical grounda. and only In the meantime the Metropoliswill pone to ..h..r It to said 'ermaftntly dead Cn I U
P.r. | are being made by siVI
son*
MM the Southland win be the most for tenons going directly to the be pbUlbt at the same old ..I mar. She i* now only -0- I The C S. and b aces tender til'or* ladwt eTtaiaM*

e ten>perite. religion sad moral of 1 question. of guilt or tanocenr will .ll .1. old way serving and her mother I still' young I Just when everything ..I" .out Mancr.Te. ho. Ho. which came I 1 .m"I.lol Oppb"t. t.* to enter thfl H|

--I al! aecttoa Before many years the ask trial. be granted. Her to a .. news as I Ac It. following end handsome, I c lack, or ot .cb Teddy .gone and start Into port lay "rI.tT ..rao. with I ont-et against Mr Clark, U th* r
....,., tame win be driven fromnor great reform at last IB sight. Other4states the ram h led hd lark does Do d them thy ad bm In possum m.al. Thai her mater. Capt 10.: 111. soiled j I Third Coacreraloaal nnetr*.'

country, sad maybe from our tt to tee.* hoped win follow to Its success and catering the bid fair to ecure four or five hnsciads blasts; very chance ie hal of rr- this morning .dv wa coast. be rename to atreedy OB Dn Lm agr" I Ii

cwBtrv U Its prea *t,, Uetaaa .fora.TaHaaaaM ., th* example ot Altbaau.-Uv. Oak I mawe* "Pe( than to any one In-j, ip'ece before settling down I, CMIDC th* darkle WI\Ult.P 4 having recovered sslBdeatly tlf' t If I i with cba. &the :

',. I- Tnw- Dntocnt.- -:DasaOUat.- U r rp' \ and tranquil e._ 1 t, pointing them to oTlre. i 1 sums hto ,post of dntr r.1 trot fa.1, t ..!: I

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I : MuUI MONEY IN LOCAL I NO MORE BOND MONEY




11 7 -he professions I II CHANNELS OF BUSINESSWill WILL BE AVAILABLE: METROPOLIS DOLL CONTEST



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ATTORNEYS AT LAN TOOK IMPROMPTU HORSES AND BIKES S 1 Vote '

Be Turned Loose By Seymour &: Co. Refuse to I

PLEASE CAST ONE VOTE FOR .
ERWIN AND JOHNSON Ross Company in Building .

I DIVE INTO IN GENERAL f.'c

motxtT MUC1TM All toURSILDI IN OAXCUTiiiTwina AT uw Am j South Jetty Municipal

I
fail I _

fltta lacunae M|. JIIaaI. lima. I RIVER MIX-UP I Must
r be cast before I ovembel'S, 1907

J H. F. ATUKMS. VOLUMNIOUS UNDERTAKING I CITY WILL NOT A ATTEMPT 1 I ;


\TTORNEYATLAW. j I I (From Mondays Dally From Monday's Dally) I

_
"* "" MSSiiE2. < ." A yonnt; man by the name of About ten o'clock this morning a I II
._tf TSKMMrtM i iot.fj team of horse owned by Liveryman
Muller took .dd
< a n and Impromptu I
Kwklkr I B II
<5
fcor Is *.*.!] BilldlKf I And Will Require From Six to head-'org! plunge Into the Miami [ letter Granger, became entangled To Force Them to Agreement at the I
I In two wheels which were leaning' TREES
MIAMI FLORIDA I / Eight MonthA Tram Railroad liter about 7 o'clock SatufJav I agiilntt the curb in front of the I II j jI I Present Time, and Fire flail 1* .

Digit by riding his blcvcle oft the rayne Drug Store. The owner*BIl-l

JaaN a. rUOKRICK, I Outfit For Hauling Rock Brought i north approach ot the Avenue D I I the Llcyiles I two young ladles, only Building That Can be Worked From Ocklawaha Nurseries : o

JVIL I ENGINEER Here--Some Details bridge, while the :draw to the same j In the drag store. For some Are "
i known reason the horse backed aD-I I on at This Time givinggreatest satisfaction to our hundred of customer ia FTofi-
AND::' SURVEYOR. I.as open, but beyond giving a number da. They
always
to the wheels, end the driver vow; they always bear fruit tm to anmeo' tenet/
I of people who witnessed hlv I
I Ie er.Utew "'IM. I' &.arreo Peeeau unable to coo them until they- hayDorome
> An .te+e a..at" nsa DI.NSM LaetT *. flight through space and Into the Some Satisfadion in this :
: G. .rs.Iom.,., I I entangled with and brokenthem
A 0' II I water a good; frlgnt and getting a I b.y on d repair. The horse I I In planting grove<< now think of the future. The .accrseof vrgr. iae.tmcDt -,
XUMI FLORIDA. (From Saturday Dally) through vetting, be unin ,
i escaped were rut about the hind leg In several (From Tneadav Dally) depends on the tree you plant Wake BO mistake but come to'
...
.\ traction and aeteral I jllr.
engine ear places, but not seriously la An In'ormal meeting of the Board I
1! belonging to the R. O Koea Contracting Mr. Lee the bridge tended on duty I either., I I 101 Public Worka was held ....1... HeadQuarten for rellable TreeA a''
.' ,lie tine state that: be !lied been! -- -- -- '"
V Co.. of Jacksonville, the I day afternoon, at which several I Tree joaraateed to arrive at destination
ia
order.
If
detained' in the food the? dust
opening draw: t>> allow m'.tt"n dIS\lled.' ,
KEVXEDY were
IF'1 PATENTS successful bidden for buLdlng the the mall ..at Adeline to pass I eTEAMER AGAIN 1> OJMMISSION ial action taken. but no offic we replace them. No Whets Fly

.-tiy to the south of the aee entrance through by several teams, end that Ore of these
wa tbe
new fire Address
O. W.
of the pi opu ed khip canal. af soon a* they were off opened the (From Saturday's Dally) department headquarters CONNOR, Proprietor
hare arrived here. Th* engU sad draw without the guard building, i
putting
>r an which I I. Tangerine Florida
y.eevecsalLeagnot The extension steamer Kenned now about 79 per *
t M can will be need Ia haalluf rockfrom bala. bnt set hIs red light lantern cent
Min.L .r w.eeM which' was berthed up the Miami completed and which the board
IM ALL CO Nlaeaa. a point la the wood. up la tbe ral.tdle of the draw so 't liver along with other crafts of the recta to have reedy fcr ei- .
e.i..r fit ws.w M'Ylgeo. er..aoy -, the river to tie mater where It will ronM be seen!' from each approach, occcpancy
within' the
1, r.q.alwyaMJeart"y fleet several weeks ago, waa recommissioned next three weeks 8uffl1nt >
be loaded onto barges for traaaport- Mailer came upon the approach l I Fred'k. MorseEea1
hu.t o1 Wkq.My 7ee1r Fw yesterday going oat money la oa hand to eacloe .
I Uon across the bay. from the north or the eltnd of under the command of Capt. W. H. I the building and complete the downttalrr t:
w c..a ee. wer cre. tr.a wwa Capt. A. b. Potter of the firm the bridge and was riding very fart i
Uclntyre The Kennedy will take pert and also
Nlal TOU. O.3. to make th'
Mated this morning that the band Several persons waiting for lbbridge rn between the Central SupK'.f>nd floor I
up a r< tenable ,thonb to. Estate
liit of the j eW la u> he a more vaJ- to rloM, seeing that he dlJ | ply station end the various campin ,I' complete It. A* soon as posbl9 not ; ; (

GA-SNOW ominous tank thai many aapP N.fl."OlIo not know tbe draw was open and I the keys. I fire> department will be
six to ejfht months steady mn> ctlled to him ,''it81TFERED moved th'l Office *p stain Cor. Av.. U aAV. If M. "'.

work bung ne
the Jetty. The Jtty win be about Mandlng them he rode 1'0. partiallylooking ( OF HEART FAILURE tog all Imiirovetnents completion no of IK.at'Ms band-that Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.
I
t-Khteea hnadrtrd fret In length and : back or aroand.and the nor t under I
} sill lead from the shore seaward Instant he and hh wheel had plunged moo.reeeheel from the "
H. P. BRIWHNG (From Tuesday Daily) bond lame I 18 concern above high water mark. It I* a tI- Into the river. OF"j
Mr. Fred well known visItcr
Brlggs.a; an en], a* Seymour Co., purrlufrrs
Atlanry sal car.lwt mated that 18.000 enble yard of The young man wa* a good
IL wlm-1 ) owner, suffered
and property an of11.. bonds, refuse
Miami rock and 1C...0 ruble )'uellor mer and was suun assist, out of attack of heart failure OB Avenue the to accept Florida East: Coast Railway Co
remalnlag
mlgl: AIIs.I. M c..IecIIIIIL. tdetmnOd. $70,000 of :
: munic.pal
granite will be necessary In the the water. He took bill mishapg D. near Watson' hardware store Improvement bonJs.It Florida (Coast Line Canal
c-tr 5t111'mc and Trans. <
I contraction of the Jetty. The III- /odnaturedlr.. HI wheel was afterward this morning Friends rendered aaRl'tanco J will be remembered nPoitou
that
I I amt) rock will be ecBre4 here and "fished" from the bottomof the and Florida
c West Palm Beach :: Flonda I and later medical treatments above firm bought atM Jepoaited 'tl"nticl1..t I..n.l '
| he Kranlte ahlped la from NorthCarotna. th Iver.Rre .
:
I gUen: hv Dr. Gramllng after 'the mOD.for- 10.000 worth: of the
% wltnefe, while contendingthat mblch Mr. Briggs was able to sit londs, the same being that portion
O. W. All of the labor will be employed the f'hliin should have been upstate and be taken to his home.
MAYNARD up of the bond designated for the liT.d"I.rtIM'Dt .
bore 'rether with all of buying that U sop firturtte for Mil- ----- The law Prevents Selling or Giving
building
I and Improvements
fjc-, that I* powlbie: thai tnralrgkioee It r that It was down .. he wouldundonMeJly THE STREET CAR and for street ai'd(
wreral thousand dollars Into have ridden Into It andprobcMy aowera.
SERVICE RE8CMED
This I I. th e money that Is now
bos nee channels been Inlnred. besides te- being

B.u<1..* the work of bnlldlng the Inc thrown into the river. From Saturday's Daily ed.With! the failure of tllF?tt Del- Of Liquor to Habitual Drunkards

r s outh Jetty two hundred feet more After having been discontinued for National Rank,
are to be added to th* length of the CHISEL DRKTM1K TOWKO: several weeks, daring mhicl tithe (Ila. agents for Sey-'
.. ft Co.. and the notice
"d
wrv "
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN. rorth jetty, which was built abouttmo OVER TO NEW CARAt!
overhauled
can were thoroughly I I them that the bank WM .....ilvent.they .
ferfxri jmrt agu cy rte same eoutrae- the service the Miami
feting easy wearing jrlaMesre and impaired of refused to farther dal with
I grab comfort *'Ifrh our e1tasdw the granite (hipped la from North (From Tuesday' Dally.) Street Railway Co was resumed the bonds, any consequently nj more There are not many people ia this poeltton or any article whataoerer

apparatus. and large expericDo* JHty I.tOe feet IB leagth. The large! chisel dredge, or rock this morning and from now I money l I. avaVable.! InclqJlig tho state who know that the last sea- under ny name, label or kraadt

? there i e -B* rues* ...,.11. Prwe reaeoKable :apt Potter expects to begin breaker, of P. Sanford Rose, which on the company expects:: to run a yet: 1:0.000 for the city building. slop of the Florida legislature pars which produce" I latoxicatlo to any ;

;; W* repair Watcbea Clocks, ork just a* noon as preparations baa been t..rthlcs In the Miami river velar service without further Inter The opinion I.I held bat Seymour ed an act which later became a law peraosi habitually addicted to th*

dewed I a i tr.A..kd f. .
aa the
located jetty work ban hewn
on Aone
completed

to the channel this ----- which: prohibit liquor dealer
over ship morning the term of their agreement any liquors, tfter having bee gives
T> betty ee Uth and lack MY.O.W.MAVNARD P. 3 nford fleas contractor for l ...h.reb.. will take on her chisels WORK OX MIAMI IS considering the litigation that; (-r hi* employe from selling to any trines notice, by wife .......*.
RIt' the
/ cutting of the cacal, OB the oppositeeejde and sonic other material thathave PROGRESSING RAPIDLYA | Ie lecesaary' to do so ail: the bd'i person who 1* *u habitual drunkard father, mother sister, hrother kfldl

of bay a considerable been stored there. It Is reported pense Involved, It i* doul'tfnl if after written notice bad been eervr aenrett relative that said peraom

If .....,...< UTMUI* Ovmui amount tie tint appropriation for ; that the dredge and a barge report from Jacksonville rays tlty will take cry action la that ed upon them by any person who PO addkted la a hahKaal truaftardt
ihe work. remaining, will reaamtJreddng. will be sent to Jacksonvllle.wnere that the work of repairing and ren- direction at pi'nent. though something :a nearest: rwla'ive to the drinker and that the use W lat teatta:.

In the meantime the eon the company has a government eon oration to the steamer Miami is m,, be dome later. A flee sad imprisonment are the drink or drinks U rorkta* aa ..-'

s Ira for rt under the new appropriation tract. progressing rapidly and that the vea.ml All of the bond were vote penalties attached for a violation. jnry to the person Vkfg mid Of. ij

r le a continuance of the work will will be b tk oa br run on or and duly recerdel :and reglktvred The law applies to druggist or oth- coca or to the person giving rack

awarded and the cutting of the II.WE LEASED before the 1Mb. of November This c-inxeqnetitly' are negotiable at anytime en holding a license whbh permit written notice than. upon eoavtetbra $

I chancel to on uninterrupted raW KOWI45G' ALLEY 1 1Mewra. will be good news to the public hay even though It b* neeeacary' to sell liquor la lofty form. Ion thereof be aeateveed to a tersa
completed some time hence.MUCHACTIlflTYl. lag bn-lnems between Miami anlKey I 11. find a nw purchaser' Below I I. the text of the law. of Imprisonment for not more teas

L 'L'.OOJ J. Homer Mercer and T. West "Re It f'fIacby: the legislature three months or a fine ef not Mar ,

N. Gautler. Jr.. have leased the of. the State of Florida: than ISO for each and every luck.
'nl lV bowling alley In the Roth building 'Section 1. That any persons who offense

I ca: 12th street and rill conduct annp SCHOOL STATISTICSOF NUMEROUS IMPORTANT I shall sen. give away, dispose of. n"Pfetfc.! '. That all law. ta sos.-

to date and well regulated bowl change or b.rtr, any malt spiritfilet win tab act ire hereby tee

"TicteJt&rcttcjr! E lug alley In charge of a competent I'll' or vinous Ilqn4rs.lneladlng beer pled. v

"THE MOST BEACTTrCL MAOAZINEM REAL.[ ESTATE[ [ manager. The bowling al ey will GENERAL REAL ESTATE ale and wine, or any ardent or othSec.. :3. This act shall tare **-
| THE WORLD" probably be very w41 patronized | er Ictoxlciting liquor of any kind feet upon Its passage sad 'apprrral /
ibis wlrter s* tLe exercise! Unllent n. I vbataoever or any ensures extract, by the governor.

Ask: rour/ Deww lr" be ie.ler doc for not thb handle superbmagazine it and the sport good. Ladledoe. ) I DEALS[ I'I' )Voters, preparanou. com poa d. c/>m- ".'pnroyed June I, IIITI ," v

wilt. be Monday and Tbursda ) INTEREST
cod u. ht pane.mi add me with jw rr LINE I
name aoJ Jrdll red IK. for sampie afternoon and evenings

COT V. Regular price sjc. ).(myna I Graves Was Secured to Natlonaiiie--
thj paper.Purr !MRS. BUM TAKFHrYFORTVXATE


4 W_ lad Publishing StMt Company sow. Yea city 1 (From Friday Dally) CHILD I'The Enrollment and Average Daily Hade in the Recent Past By J. W. R. "
Hearst New York American
In keeping with the fa'l! reasontunfness (From Saturday's Dally) Attendance of the Gi amour and /

3 of all kinds Is llr nlnf up Mrs. Wright, the white woman: K. Dora in and About

and there I* every Indication aad arrested Thursday on a charge of High School For the First Month

.Old) Type Blue Stem prediction that the coming will benne attempting to commit an assault U Miami

of the best aeeon in the history .. Hill In the county: tall being nosh(s ,,, of Ternu-Other Data

of the east coast and especially In give.the bond of $75 (or Muimi and Dade 'he held' for in the II
MIInt, was appoannce I .
I I S
< nthrrn orator and editorwho far- wss IP It to much opportaBItv
Duke of York Ecpwlaly true U this of the reali criminal court. This morning Chief
to dc great good for his ....
} i J. K Dim the well I merly resided In Jacksonville and "
.. estate business, which has taken oa i-f Police ttn"... mho has had Prof. Gammon of the Miami Pnb- known reale reel t ton. that he felt
a genuine lnp<-t...., all deal.n aaaI charge of her "lttl_ girl since the I I!' 1 1lararceralton He School furnishes the Metropolis" '1.,* dealer report the following: who edited' In the "eighties" the destine II. His edJtorlaKwhlch Be/could not
wttt
I agents being flooded with Kqnlrles of Mn" right. d.II"1' .lth the following IDtl'rest.DI data recent realty transactions coajum- f Evening Herald has severed his deal. I lately with gMet) aatiuaaltopics.

Tomato Seed about properti hn the first month In the gramma mkted through his agency: connection with the Atlanta Gcor- .&II! be puotiaaed" almaltaaj.,
; proves and pineapple land while Plum of West llth .street who will I I Md high schoolEnrollmeot : Twenty acr* C1'O'efor T. Peacock
Y Klan to become editor In ofHearst's lonely In Mr moralag *
chief paa
( rsrlona others seek winder r.l4I'Do.tIlIDilb J'jIoer a temporary Oa lie. 1-1 Ib. 00e 1-2 pound es and unfurnished. Maui hone The child is well' Enrollment High School St. ..f North Carolina for 7000. New York American at Jfalary im In R
$175; 1 pored, $S.tOOH new fa" are a'on sea the itreetadully p114a54 with her new surroundings Average attendance Grammar Thirty acre of land west of Ml- :! of U 5.000 a year Mr San Fraaihvro and Los Aage.a.
Orates will remain with the Georg In asking !Mry, Grave to come to
amt to T. Peacock for $1.ZOO. | ,
the majority of the strancersIte'ag Scbol 374Average I
,
I roomed Five y up K
bore to locate LATCCH RVImGLAnF.HRCK : house and to on (th
: for the wilt rand attendance High School.El | .
h>. duties In New York November to nationalise the American
street to Arch Robinson for 100. ,
nunbera of them 111.tr. FROM KEY WEST .
seeking -
'
,.... ...II. I Lot on Avenue J to F. St anger I Hh. I IOfftred act I wavy to help th_ Sotlt- .
P-re.1 realty deals are pendingnd (From Monday's Dally) The greatest nnmbor present la for' S75. i Plane a Tear Ago J'j \IJ Deiilra for Odes
In the school
one
dv grammar were Forty acres of pineapple land near Mr Crave was offered practically Tnfat' position.) Mr. Grave* 1:1":
pntffrallv culminated. Among The large launch varht Everglades
391 the l th. In the high school
tt>- sake made "y I. H.'Tlltam Co. Cape lemon Prl -Wmlama. ar- on ; Ojns to Fred Llmpus for $..600. I tbe same position by Mr. H..nta liherstf. him from all dude. for
51.'On Two Iota to V J. Brown for year ago: bat at that time declined fuhllo"lce.. for "I feel that It toKr
are a t'onae' and lot ou 4h street rived la port at J o'clock this morn- October Uth only five boys
't he had confer- ..
for W. E.: Carothor to J. HBercereiy. lug from Kew We twnere she went I were absent from the grammarschool $2,000.MIdCHEViO'S. 'l! Subsequently a ater thin a Senatorial or e'
< nee with Mr Hear-t. Then camethe
of Cleveland, ODd the several day with Mr. Wbeldon. ( Governorship could beThe oajf
ago
and la the 5th grade, sec- .
second ffer which te '
< srcepted
noYM i' yLen regret I feel fa that of leaving
hmt e and let romer of 7th street insurance nnd'-rwrlters' agmt, who I
on e na h girl enrolled
f : was
presen He Is to have full editorial ,
AND A "BATTLE" SMIRK the people among whom I tae afc,
and Botilevarl for Mn Fannie Pot- bas business there In connection
day daring the month.
every lortrol of )fr. Hearsts New
e t r tot Mr. UeAIllstcr Beck.! : with the Halving of the steamer Las One hundred and fifty of YorX-" sac'" lived and whom I always lasek'vef
re copies (From Monday's Daily) morning paper, which he says I. .red ilwava ..11&11.In ." 7
h4 sell and esrgi'. Mr. Wne'don returned 'Ihe Asvemtly Sing Rouk b yFrank
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the fret and: moot serious of XtrHfsst's
Reveal l mischievous the contract Mr. Crave Rae
boys
e 'h'I on the Everglades tad will behere R Rlx.: director of the publicto and a .
toy: snake of the n"wspaner Arthur flri. reserTed the right to
rattler kind ba.1 appear oai Uol
$ NEW SPINDLE BUOY until all mutters pertaining ::
i-chools of New York C1yhsve been .
great sport with churchgoers and' Irons l 1s 1 the editor In rhlf /if the tir- platform for four week 4ur-
the of the vewel I hav e
stranding received and several( minute of the
"''tbm on Avenue C last night, and New York Jour ai. )Ir. Jlrarst'salternoon I I-IT the veer The contract Uk'"<*
been ih'pl sense each morning devoted -
.cJUllti __ _. ; are so "ntl8 et the nrrr" and even temper paper rt: between November Iff* **4i

ERECTED ON"LUMP" HE.TH OP En PFBFRRTIX contains tc ringing unnectarlaa The devotional collection of a number of tire wornhtpper. Mr Gr." '.. In cpeaktag of the i I..ih, H" will not move his. fajafjyinnn e

(hat they Jldn't enjoy the sermon matter "XprM-Ked crest re rpt OT.rlnc '. "dlafly to New York hut they
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II, 1187 C4LIPORMA hymns patriotic songs. classic and one hit. One gentleman, who declares l<-. the South, hot said the ,tier will wn about J.BB.f- 1.tble "
J BOLT.UNO. / :A SON urt songs all written for one. two : he always, has been afraid '
(From Monday's Dally) three four voice :
@Imar. M<. or .
nf snakes, was frightened when ,, .
titletBeii'-I purchased my Duke' Information was received' In the Mot" of the selections are songs he M trouble with ... la the r.reitpaid 'j.
of t Seed from you In city today announcing the death ofMr all children ought to krow and the riJ-ws'k creepy thing was drawn arrowrho A LODGING HOUSE! thoifth yesterday I* the Am .
ender bH feet that Msvrll
I,0 ::4T my crop* are looking fine |i iI Ed D-Bcrry fornurlv of this ringing adds an Interesting and essential could have been heard a block time she has .bee placed uader at-

will ft all of my other eeed from i i After having been down for De gr. dt,. In California y..t*rAar. Mr.. feature to the school: work. or more The DOTS were the only rest.Her e
f you because they rlr. me moet excellent I 1y two ran and being th* mall D.'Berry left Miami more than a ones enjoying; the rt. but they case Is deplorable Is that *. A
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satisfactionYour I cause for several vessels going I year Ae<'. H. wa well 1 and favor POWLIXQ PARTIES RID should be nrefsl ss there are wo- '' MISTRESS WAS S I bas one child. a little girl about 9 -;:

., very rul". I ashore with disastrou and expensive. skl'T known, red had many friend* F.1tRTO POPt'LUUTY The:, 1111,1 l other who could' not stand ,I 'ear* than of age. and ou this aceowitmore '

{ W M MiLD Miami. Pla. I oeulta. the spindle buoy, marking who regret his detnlra No detail the fright their 'snake" is capable aajrthlag else, the potto
the 'lamp' designating the H lib tIckner' and lath were stv- (.f giving. bare been Pnleat with her TM ,
I dlne wreck at a point arrelee.: Under the management of Messrs ,II child Is being,raised tu a meat wayward ,
I JAILED
tan of the new ship canal wa replaced Mercer and Oautler, bowling partiesMd NEW )H AfiEB OV ': minner.: It Is allowed to raga

Thursday by the buoy anbeacon ,d NOTICE TO CREDITORS niWAYXE HOTFL the street and freqaeat place a. f
fair to be very popular. Thursdays ARRIVES /
J. BOLGIANO & SON I tender Mangrove, now Ulag I child should N* allowed to go Kf
reserved the ladlesunit .
the are for \ alto a nuisance betag aa habitual
: l In Court of County JadgeSlat Mr. McKll'np the new lex_ lad -
The of Florida. lad evening there were two pars .. U-ggar ou the street.
BaltimoreMd new buoy la a spar, painted manager of the Bla ayne Hotel arrlred I t'
r .I .hit*. and I* Jlscernable ,at qalu In r* Estate of W. J. ShoneDadCounty. tie of bowler from the North; Saturday night ( From Frld.y'i Dally I M prevent the child b la the

J dlatamce. being plainly visible The first of these was composed of bringing: with him seven,1) of bin Mrs ;ere "t occupants or the larding <<
middle whit.roman ..
from ..... The To all creditors legatee, dlatrbut Wright a aged lio ash Chief Hardle 1w! Metn
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Notice of Fled Discharge fa the following vourg i"' >pl9' Mow help now busily' eitgarpd In ,
proprietress of. lodging (bat It has food attention. Nesoul
directly ru the line of toss stud lilt persons having claims the house and
paaaage Alice tiaaden.Niss Lillian McGahey,. "lir Louie
vewiela south bound, and demand against said estate over the Tarpon saloon on lute the n ater .p with udgo
since the or Mir* Virginia Craig Mine Effle Mar- 1 spd will conduct It
; I. the County /udg*'* Court. DadeCout former spindle was destroyed aboutto TOil and each of you. are herebynctlfled 1 tin, Mlsa Mary Alice Martin Mr. In tbe usual high and efficient'\ manPer. I lath street, was a -fendatt la the lley'er :and endvor to have the
t n uil< >pM court this morning the
}'. Florida. tars ago seven vessels have and rcealred to present any I W. C. Ftll tt. Mr C. W. McGee., : on child taken from the mother and! 1
Estate of William large: o< attempting to a*.ai.t! oar test to some ronvevt homo tat
la deeuted.
re Wagner rr
e- ; cone ashore ou the lump the last lalma and demands which you, or Mr. Morrow Mr W I. Braxleton '
i beiag the tramp steamer La.ell. either of Yon may have against the and air Walter Welch Of the 1 laJles. ROHR SOmD POfLTRY FARMe0et cleaver Ger>rre P. Knowlea with a meat I children at unfortunate .* sk

Public notice It hereby given thata I I estate of W. J. nODe deceased late Mao Lillian McGahey made the and using profane lasguagaand j' Other thin the above there were

December Ia'th. HIT the underigved I I rtEAVTIFTIXa OIUtTTf of Dade county Florida to the undersigned highest score. 11$. and Mr. N For ....:- Thoroughbred miles l after hranng evldence defendant JudgeSanders I "evem eases IB the mvElcfpal court ',4

win hi* final report with HOTEL CROTJXDS administratrix of sail estate stored the highest for the men.mak 'or breeding pea*. Whit Leghorn id ordered the torn : this morning Fear of the ..111'" !

the HoB rable A. E. Heyaer. eo"-I within two yean from IDa US. f 1.SO each; Rhode Island Red.. 'iII for ova to the county aathoriUe sure fined $3 and c.ntr; CM was .

tr JaJ** of Dad Couaty. The groinds aroBn4 th. Oral yo date Yiereof. The second partywa* composed ol f .SO to. tJ.M Mao 7S he J half trial. | lined $1. and '**tJo. owe had seut-.-

t'sad ark for his final diseharg u Hotel are being cleared up andtoautlfled Dated October SI. A. D. th'l I Mr*. VanCourt. Mis Lnla MrLea- grow W. Leghorn Pullets hatched the The"_arrest. WM' mad y *t rdar. sm.pe' 4>d and one 7vm Ovr"% '1
dalattrator of 1&14.tat.*. for the water wean t. Anna H. fibOfle.op' don. Mr. VanCourt and Mr.Charles Luis ffx-nd'ng tbe night IB wa* eat to the county thoilttM
3. May and nr 'e SO to 7S e. I"".
Frederick 9 ....... I Mr. :; jail. Chef of Poke Hard. state {Ito,! l>. tried ou ehirf of habitual
Salem Graham .
owe win Administratrix EsC of W. J. Shea Wintama. Yeas. Mrt.- sera made th s ?. Ifewtoa But.... that tbw..m.n la habitual druaklard '' .1".1.
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Executor. scale this hotel again thin deceased. 111 William I a tfrunkennwiw All answered to CaO ot
ate ,, i core of and Mr. lit r- Hob hosed_Fle.S | and that be has bad consider. charge if druakrarea .'

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THE MET; DOLLCONTEST uz Warranty to ins H Gilman de d-A, $5.B n Wright 100 feet et, I RETURNS OLIVEELECTION 19c Cheviots 15cII _. N s 35c New Plaids 25c t

lots 1 and 2 of blk M, n Inch wide in stripes and ;?i
: Mortj-a?-Edwin M snow et ox r IT fact New stmvlar silk hw
to Wil on & Toomer. $Bi plain colors a bargain at l.eSpecial fit.'e'y r tra finish plaid; soaMrfhlag '

Quit claim d<< et ex to the Lamber & Supply Com t'
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1 ",.' .. panv.$25Warranty Deed-L R Nixon to Towels 19c 'a'' ,' T, 12 l-2c Towels 9c

Earnest Mull $100. 5 acres in sec Mr. A. W. Cromartie. of Fort ;
1l.ipSo.ar,39e Lauderdale came down this morn- tl 1 t
Thirty-Five Thousand Votes Mortl( 're-A N Jenkins. to Em- lad bringing with him the retonui Heavy scow white Turkish 1 \\ Heavy fringed hock towel

Cut Since the Count ma Morninjrstune. $400 from that precinct In the recent Towels, extra site and fringed good for hotel and laundry;

Satisfaction vf Murtpage-John prohibition election the same having beat SSe: val; spec..llk 13 t'lenla.; spec . ....
J Haley to Minna J Barkbol er been properly made oat and
Last Saturday M.ttgage-W E: Canoga to lobo tlgnej by the Inspectors and clerks.

t Frohock Warranty$100 deed-Cbas F Archer tarn One were copy each delivered of the the certified county re- lOc and 12c Laces 5c The Muslin Underw'r Unb. Homespun

clerk the supervisor or .
registry
\ et wife t.. Irving r.. B..,tkr $175; tlon and Ca t. George B. Baker Juct received a fine line of II Jaea uablkached homespuagodd

;: CORIEST OPENED TO COURIY kt 7 ot and Pent 8 Homestead block 10, UicDonaJd'aplot chairman CommlMlouers.of the Board of County new val laces and insertion to Event of the firm grade; a bargain for i

\ Warranty De..d-K Chas Dronet It will be remembered that at the mathch; these are worth up to seasonDouglas' lOe a yard: special: for tare

': to W W Ptout $1 lot 4, blk 1.9 n 11clal canvas the re-turns from the 10; and 13 l-3e .t.&o! day. 13 yard for.L0.
Deed-Moiitl Land Company to election In the Fort Lauderdale precinct
Wm Wohlbold, $15. lot 1, block 27, were thrown oat on account of Safe
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{ AmA FIn Don Prizes lastemd of oat Modelo sot being properly signed. The1.w 15c Cambric 12 l-2c on. 8c Toweling 5cHeavy
Satisfaction of Mortgage Andrew however, give twenty days for I
it' Wm tt Gha-What They tie5taadlic Burgess to Nanny H Potter the filing of local otloa retornsand
One tie people of Fort Lauderdale took
$2000 I
of tht Coatesttats at Warranty Deed A J Crntber advantage: of the came, and cauaej Just the weight for One underwear Sale begins tomorrow, Saturday mor- value for .every day use; ear
and hatband to J Bercegeav,$5 .new retard to be made oat. they ; oar best seller at J k. 3e seller; your for tare day
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TolijJFrorn lot 5, bit 42. N Miami not wishing to have the election 30 ycrda. limit to customer. ning at 8 o'clock. This announcement oak at.. . .. .... &e
Release of Mortgage Wm' D declared void In their precinct For >3< days only . 19 loSe I ,

Yerger R H Pntman et ex. $36iM which incorporated la the event, would of the permit town the being never fails to create a widespread interest -
tiafactioa of steal'IT .
Mortgage
opening of a saloon. 19c Linens 16c
Wednesday's Dally) Mortgage Co to L W Man all The 15c 121-2c because the
I retnms are the same as before Ginghams public knows full
r la Uemeaae vote bas Mea made et Clt In so far as the votes are eonerrne. SI Inch wide whit Uaea pure 4
? 'la the Metropolis TUB sad Trouseaa Warranty Deed: Eleanor Oath .!. t3 for dry and II for wetQUARTERLY New dress ginghams; a variety well when advertises
coatMl slag Saturday' BOOB; Simmons to O. S. Amides $5.00; Douglas a muslin Irish bars fialsh: a II a valo*
abort 35,000 being deposited la the pt See Zl; tp 14 9; R 41 East. l of patterns to select from your last chance for I day on

K talk box. tor the large number. of hood for TitleB.. F. Hamptonet Standard 15e value; 3 days underwear sale or any other sort of 11. . . . .1I9c ..
contestant al to B. F. Duwkina. 1400.. pt CON- sale price . . .12 1-Se
'Although the lead to still mala Sec 18, tp 64 S. R 41 Bast. I sale it means opportunities for high

,tamed by .Mary Ogle, several of the Mortgage- Charles W. Pierce et Pillow. Cases 14c
.eXber contestants are close behind. ax to E. 0. Painter Fertiliser Co. I f merchandise
,.1 NbsTipUna being reeelvedn. "..00.I FERENCEOFM.E.From E. 25c Towels 19c grade at below value '

pillaf tIP the vote la largo Warranty dW.. R. Hardee Limited quantity pillow cash ,
tom-...ata. I t. M. C. Hardee. $500.. half Interest Extra heavy' pure linen beck prices. Now in this sale of muslin underwear sire I5x3I; made of sot flatoa

+ The Metropolis has decided to In 10 or more a'J'N" Sec 31 toweti, a good site; our !best bleaching-1 cent seller, spec-

throw the contest open t. allf\ tp 45 S.. R4S East.Letters CHURCH sellers at 35 cents; special we are offering our full line of for three days. . . ..*. ,..
Dad _at,. tnrteaa of having two ;', of Guardianship-Oflorge for three days . .l.c
districts, and any little girl aaJer 'de Muro to11'& E. Gerock, geardian corset drawers chemises
I of Annie L. Oerock. covers un-
ill yean to eligible to eater the ;
= oBtert. j| L.o to sell real estate of Annie ( Wednesday's Dally) 19c India Lawn 15c
k 75c Tab. Damask 59c
Oerock. a minor 1-4 undivided dershirts. and at reduced prices
There Srfll be five prise Instead | The quarterly conference of the gowns
Iota Z ind 2. block 12. Robbie.
'k cf but oae. the second prIM to be :i MethoJlrt Church: South. In this 40 inch wide white India +
{ Graham and Chllllngworth ubdiviI -
18 lurk wide, aD linentable
.a exact {duplicate of the first prlr.a I: doa of Miami. |I city was hell last night Rev. 8. pure lawn; a great bargain at lie
don aad trousseau outfit, valued I W. Lawier. presiding elJer offlclt- damask: choice design
I Guardian Deed-Alva E. Oerock.1 j ji a yard special for three day
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.t $50. The third fourth and fifthrrtee i I flr1111.. L. Gerock. a minor to I tag with a large membership laattendance. 75 neat Millers, special for seniag' at. . .. ISe

i red *..wU coos| be a.worth these working prise havebea for. ''Ukf Balph 12 E.. Smith.R. 0.$100 ft: C.; lots addition Z and toMlaml. I. I' Among other. matters disposed of three days.. . .. .:Sic And here is exactly whatthis a

aek te0. they win bo announe-1. "was the appointment of a board ot
ed and pat oa exhibition la some of'' stewards composed of J. F. Cnallle, 15c School Hose lOc
a the store la the rttr. Warranty deed-Alva E: Gerock A. H. Adams, Dr. E. A. Bessey J. 75c Linen Lawn 59c sale means.
: i I to Ralph B. Smith. U1f4; 1.4 acre Children fan black ribbed
There win therefore be five prlt- A. Dann. R. E. Hall and T. N.
in lot 2 aad Z. blk. 12. R. O. ft: 31 Inch wide sheer linen I."a.
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*, two M1 outfits to KO to the two school hoe. doable heel aid
J BO girl receiving the greatest Ie.Warranty addition to deed Mlanrt. E. Smith Mr.7ri.J F. Cttllle designed from every thread pure linen; The Douglas 20c Undermuslin, at this sale 10c toe, lft..eller at. 10* .
Ralph I
\" amber of vote, aid three other I he board of trustee and W. H.Challle .
to Sarah C. Cora $1 e.. Jot 1. blk. seller, Ale price. . ....S lc: "
haaA>onie prise*, to to those receiving
go was appointed to the vaesncy. -
the next P'"teaaam of I tit. R. G. *: C. subdivision to This makes the two boards, Douglas 25c Undermuslin. at this sale 15c

I vote. Any little girt la Dade coin- !I Miami. steward and trustees separate and 75c Sheets 64c
.f I* not over fifteen, to Satisfaction of Mortgage-Mr*. i distinct members heretofore serv- 161 l-2c Percales 15c Douglas 35c Undermuslin, at this sale 19c
:ter meted :Mary Hone to Manic Wiggins $IJ.Satisfaction .
la the contest. Inc on both boards.Various -- --
I I of Mortgage-LeonLaSalto 35 dx. good heavy grade sheet .....1'
A from the reports were submittedand Si lack floe cambric finish
Two llte girls country
to Eliza Ganldla. $3SO. perDouglas 40e Undermuslin at this sale 25c also 3 ,
SliJO ice
'{ 'ban already entered their names. SatUfictloa: of Mortgage Annie approved and Jt was the sense ales in stripe, dots, ; deep hem; i '1"
of Home- cf the conference (that an Inyltatloa I Tie seller; apedal..6M ;
1I't: they being Loretta HOn E Hall to Wm. Flndley f 150. 11 l-2c value, special ..10c ;
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t.: stead and Mathilda Kile, of Buena Patent-United States of Amerv be extended to the general conference Douglas 50c Undermuslin, at this sale 35c _
t .. J"JItL which/ meets In Tampa oa December
ra to Flora E. Shield., ICO
-',. I Tb.. don And trousseau outfit ts',,1n see. 88. tp (S, 5. r. St .. Iftth. to meet la Miami oa Douglas 65c Undermuslin at this sale 39c 1.50 $1.10 .
the date
[;F, taw oa exhibttlon IB the Racket, Satisfaction of Mortgage"ae..1 I same 36 inch Bleaching Spreads
'. 'Store, on Avenue D. where It iscaaslng Westlnchouse to Frederick'.
la great deal of attentiou tot !ls. $3000. Same to same, $1800. I: One case tine soft finish It Douglas 85c Undermuslin, at this sale 59c Extra special-a good heavy ';
..ieertbv, especially the little girls I Mortmg*--F. Egetton and R. J. I A SPLENDID STfAMIRRIGATING crochet spread full tits Mar-
.f* the dry.I H.Kent to Uhlmana *: Co..$1.000. I Inch wide bleaching; our standard Douglas I $1.00 undermuslin this sale I 75c sallle design' ; ear best It It
f Following II the standing of the : Warranty ileed-Wm. M. Lanehart I J!!>c.de'; special for 3 value; yours :for 3 days el'.. ;
contestants up to non today: j to John Johnson, $100 lot 5, section days, 20 yds. limit to ens. lOc
;t Mary ogle . . . .. U.407 I 21, tp 46, s. r. 43 e. Douglas I $1.50] undermuslin, this sale I SI. 00
y 1>.1M .. .. 13.83 I Morts Jamct Brown et al to )
C ,rraakl T 7rtWharton . Int William Deerlng, "(00 'I undermuslin this sale $2 Blankets $1.19
e Helen Jackson .. . S.188 Warranty deed-I ldor Cohen et 75c Sheets 59c Douglas $2.00 $1.25

i Louse Canoes . .. .,.4HOrtra4e nx: to Tavenler. Peacock $5.00. 40 PLAN T
'.'i o:. Dora. .... ,37I acre sec. 4, tp 54, a. r. 41 e. "..:iVY unbleached sheets, also Douglas $2.50 undermuslin, this sale $1.50 11-4 cotton blanket nicely .1
i Sven Vlhlen . . ..UO j I 81x90: deep hem and a bargain bound la dainty colored 110(1
a:, 1attf. Bhl-ppy . . SJ84 SEVEN OFFENDERS; IHO'CIPAL! : at 75 cents special for der: ,two dollar value special ,.
; $3.00 undermuslin this sale
. .... Douglas $1.75
KisabHh Tucker 3JI7: COlRT I for 2 days.$....
I (From Wednesday's Dally) three days . . .SOc
.,. Emma ;larle Lammas . 3.881 I ---- I II
Atoeme Chafer . . 3.S1S I (From Thursdav'a Dally) I II Sheriff Frohock has Just completed I Douglas $3.50 undermuslin this sale $2.00 .. 1 :
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"Vlrf5* Mathers 3.341 Tb-re were seven cases on the docket Installation of a steam Irrigating I'
Ixttls ,.Mailer . .. ass I In the municipal court this plant on his grove at Ful-I Embroideries $$4.50 Comforts $3.69
Thelma Yarborough: . tst rJoaJdle II morning for disposition by acting ford. which is one of the most Douglas $4.00 undermuslin, this sale $2.25 \
x Harper .. . MM ( Judge George C. Bolles. One of: ragh nod probably the only thor'l
..... . . Fine line of cambric and Swiss Full six* cotton Oiled comfort f
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3 le pratt tl IIJI.rtlla the number forfeited aa $8 bond; irrigating outfit In this section of I undermuslin this
Hod on . .. 1.10 three $5 bond each. and three were the stateThe embroidery Insertion to match Douglas $4.50_ sale I $2.50 II I sllkallne lined an4. good : '

? EHxabeth Sharper .. .. l.n asuoBoed $3 and costa real for power consists of a fifteen values up M high as lie: I rilse at $3 00; special for 3

A Ida M. Thompson . . Til drunkenness. Fred Briakerhoff and horse power roller and a pump capable pK-lal for i days . .lOc Douglas $5.00 undermuslin, this sale $2.75 Ii days .. . . $'..T.I .
t. Ladle Thmra .. . .. C8IChrtstntsen Cns Newbeck" fighting and assault of supplying seven thousand I II
alma . .. SOOTJImbeth with intent to kill were sent to the I gallons: of water per hour Six ncres I, .
i Lek RM.n .. .. . lit county authorities for disposition. of Ihe grove brave: already been piped -- $
Lamnios .. .. .. 30C and the. balance will be piped at an t
Rath McClalt .. iSfMathilda NOTICE TO CREnnons early date. The ryrtem Is perfectA i .
I .. .... $10 Skirts New Hosiery
Lorfotta Hove .. 11 -- -- large pipe Is laid down the middle at $6.98
Nile . . .. .. 5 In Court of the County Judge of the grove with laterals on either
State of Florida. ride forty feet apart. Oa these I At 59c ...'
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pure stockings, plain open ?
CHEATHAJT8: LIXV: OPLATEST --U re Estate of Charles A. Ball. laterals and every forty feet distance. i $10 beautiful French Novelty Panfat
a Dade County.To Is a three-qusrter inch hv- dye double heel and toe. regular price 4

: 8TETSOX: HITS all creditors legate, dlstrib- strict to which Is attached. a fish ,I ama Skirts hand tailored pleats 75 cents At . . ? ? ? ? ? . 59 'i
tees,, aad all persona having claimsor tail spray. : ,

i.Firm Hsbbard Wednesday'Cheatham.. Daily the )wellfcnowa You demands and each against of Bald rot estate are hereby: The pipes are so arranged with I Choice Colors and Trimmed with At 19c-Ladles lisle finish sto: ktngs' very thin double ;
valve that all or part of thetrove .
haberdasher and gents furnisher notified and any heel and toe. guaranteed fast dyeThe
required to present *iQn .
be
', to today getting la his fan any rlslms and denands which 1011. The water can Is secured watered from as an desired.artesian i fO I.; sale to go at $6.98 original price was 25c . . . . . IC/C
Uae or Stetson hits which Ia.DOt or efber of you may have againstthe ...1'. ,
'.aly .*e of the largest, bnt by all elate of Charles A. Ball de- Sher''
As lesalt of thee
a Irrigation: :
t Odds Me of the Oust aDd most com erased, late of Dade county Florida '
iff! Frohock now has well developed ,
4ete nine of men's headwear everkrovght to the undersigned executor o* .
to )(Ia.d.. They comprise I tald. stale. mlihin two years from eggplant vegetables bnthe aaj with beans in i :ODd few weeks other, ;! 36 inch black taffeta value ,,
$1.75
guaranteed $1.39
.' { .the latest style and colors aidmust th- date hereof.Dfted .
will begin shipping his products.The ,
be seen t9 be appreciated. Mr.At October 38th. A. D.. 1107.
i iI l Cheatham win put then oa sale at Billiard T. Ball Executor Estate' plant la operated :about three
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\.1 Mr. Tlmms, a wholeeale fish dealer (FROM WEDXKSDAVB: DAILY) I I IAN OLD TIMK EHMAX X-CH APMAX MA TTtfv LLOYD RVMELL'B .
I.
of Baltimore, has returned to "OOtTTTRY DAJfCIT I I TENTH BIRTHDAY PARTY y

Miami on business and Is at the Mr. N A M&rtey of Fnlfora Is Mr Emil A. Ehmann a'ldf1H

San Carlos In town shopping and snaking (From Friday' Dally t'li!I I, Chapman acre married Ink 'From Thursday's Dally) t

( /ersotiiactU.S.xoties i hands with friends today. I A large two-borje wagon partly .trmaf CIt>. Mo.. '811t t'lu,1"y. the Dainty Inritttlos caies. bearing

Mr T T Welch, general route I Itilf'dlh; straw.fl teed more thar tit and ar. now at home In O.'Uhj the nonogrsm of the young host '

Kent of the Southern Express Co.. |, Capt. George B. Baker Of Wevt *, filled with ycnag people left town Nebraska Mr. Khmi nn w a for' Mad i done In gold were seat eat by' e e

fa naying! an official' nit to the Palm Brach '.II A business visitor 1. st night about I o'clock headed number of years associated with the Master Lloyd Russell reqantrag fa*

tfttee In Miami this week.Repainting In the for the McCrlmmon place aboi.t a
dty today. II firm of Mrlltllre.l'C1: all. l 1.:>asure of the company ef aboutlihtevn e

I mile aDd a half o-it builders' for F. E. C H, tel C. at of his little Irieada at his w
Sea Carlos Hotel Mr. C. Green :and Mr. Roper of i As the horses baited In front o:
(IHOM FKIDAiH DAILY) i t coming wedding for November I aim Bea h. He is well i ad favorably I home on the corner of I th street
The Can Carlos Hotel Is being re- Danla. were visitors in town yea the brightly lighted house. Mr.Mc-
the and Avenue C. 1
I 1Mb. U that of Mira Louise Carpenter human throughout county at Sf o'clock year
r-alntej and otherwise fresbeced up lerday.Miss. : Ciimnion, the 'al host with his I
gen ter>1y. to celebrate his
be tenth lrtJ *
Ella Claire, of Key West Uviilcleg to Mr. A S. Gideon. 1t..1II "
::; Mn.. Will Filer. tolemnlzed at Ban van Bluff Mn for the winters business. |I'I sister Mrs Harilet Rrriere and Mrs. Ehman 1s tha U.mghter: of day. Invited to assist Mrs. RaeesjH

I: Oatpenters beautiful country home Lena Shields, of Homestead. Mba Liicile! Rtritre, warmly wel- Vlr. and Mrs. F. W. C'.apman of In ent rtalnrj: : were Mrs. J.f.L.mb

'Mr. J. B. Hoekaday. superintendent 'U a vliiltor in Iran, returning tomorrow > coined the vests as thty alighted plus :and Mrs. Allen +
Mr tas'on Drake has returned wi'b no guests! but the Immediate I cIr50ntII, former l IT of 1I b.y. WlfglaU sad
of the !Southern' Jlvlsion of thsutithorn to Homestead.Mr |I and uahered them Into the house the time sped tiwnily for tW-httl
hoin ftom a bnsltesa trip to Maine. family.
i Express Company U in :|' One large room had been c.>m- 1 I.LCIYD-HARRIS WKODING folks: in playing games of 1'arto.CIIIDd"

The elks held a regular mee'lng MnV\ H. McDonald and MlasAlirtra the city to-<1ar, attending to affair and Mrs. NSnipe came up pielv unfurnished! and the floor .

of the company. |rom CcHtMnnt GTI''ft'"t..rda7: ann put; In excellent condition for a reg-! The ..
la the -lodro rooms last night.Dr. MrDonxld returned from a From I f turjar' Dallr- dining room was prettily decorated
I tlkit to relative In Norfolk hut ale shopping In Miami todav.Mr i afar old fashioned; "country dance Oar of the largest social' eventsof for the oecastos). and la tat'

and Mrs J. H. Mortgimerr. ; nUhl. Mica FannV* McDonald.who I Trip to ('..,.. Florida and Dr. Lira's, laving >side D.' art the wirier In cala I will\ .)f- the renter of the table stood the hear
lanr-h Sallle esrrle-1 qnite s J A tlaw'eltinc! formerly of
cf: H<'usa Vista, are in town today la just convalescing from a serlou The aii a vlol'nist. Instead p ayed "fid- adding of Mr. Chariot Harrison tlful birthday rake bet ring ten Meat-

shom.lng and attending to butilnesa.Mrs illnens, did not accompany them 'arrc pry of x"II"Innbl' and I his City ronnte i with the Dr-'ke die mml-"-the genuine art'ele UoIInd! Mls I Sara Elizabeth! liarri e,1 l tapers, one f">r each year of Maa

IB \It wan decided '-t for her to l pl.ssurs wVer to Cape Florld.ileslerdny ''rxlin-c Co. Is now at Lancaster.S sultatls for he occasion, and partner >, on the evening cf the Ctb of Nc- ,. ter R iseell's 1'f" The little aeati

OHCS of Danla, Is among main, longer in a higher cllma'e. afternon.J C ,, wie churn for the "break- Vfinfcrr .t 9 o'cloolt. The .t'Mlnglll were then served with deltcloaa Ice

tbe out of town shoppers In town I II ; oo m." Dr. WDi. W. S. Gramllnc: ',It? olaco at tb' Methodist I rrvani. take. hen bona. and fruits
general superintendent I who has town
B. Hockuday. MI'.ottie Miirriarl
will. I Mrs F A. Barrett returned last i iI ..Ifd the dance and ca led oat the church at Ocala! and will be soktnnIrcd : t end "ach one *xpreseed himself M
Sonth-m 'bt' of ("oll'1o''orl' Mrs. !
of the Eiprt gent and
night from a visit to Rutland. Vt.. I fig by the Rev R V. tlklssonHtfore having had a perfectly lovely tt...
'
I Co.. v lth headquarters at Savannah .1 ( H".me at Daytona for severallavs !I 11 o'clock Mrs.Rerlere and The little
Mr. W 'W. Blackmer. a proml- .and was Joined at Fort Lauderdale About the ceremony, Mrs. Atklsso I best was the fortuaat

feet burtncss man And cttlien of ,bher IliUe daughter' Kathertne. '| 410 a ba.'n.1"lIor' of a few dare I'. has returned_home :; V'irs I uclle Revlere assisted by at the organ accompanied oa tao -lplents of lots of little hrrttday

Dtlray. Is In the city today.Mr. who during ber mother' trip north In the city. "- \[ Mrs. W. S. Oramling, served chlck- violin by Miss Christine; Richards. j I gifts which he prise very highly ,
Mr Fwcll Pope, employed in the
I' Fjwnt the time with her grandpar >'n salad pickles end nltlnes, ac- ''of' Gain..4 tlle will render u beautiful -- -

and Mrs. H F. Downing, of : CHIC Mr. and Mri. Phil Bryaa of'' Dr. Jolhn Glford. who hay been l.uromiiK commissary on the exten ': otmpanled by lemcnadeafter; which musical program. OPEyf1NO COT1LUOT tt
PrincetonN. arrived In town last night to
the at sion.
summer
North AndoveT.Mass.are now in the I Lauderdale.The rpendlng! :| one more set was <"ance1, th a eaclrue ON O\'XVJ1I.R 5TH' '
for the winter. I J.. and other point In the north, H>eLd a few dau' stay. sought his place In the strs MARRIED I* :XASH.U'A !

n city I Fort Meade Observer says: I returned last right' and wl'l be at waJ"nll.ud bade goodnight to th CaMs of InvaUtlon have Meta Issued .
the Mrs S. M. Tatum. Mlsi-es Cora
Grove home for
t + J. E. Dclra, representing the "Mr. E. B. Norton announces then his Cocoanut n-i All'e Blount will arrive tonightfrom hoot and hostesses. quiet home<< marriage occurred ta the npenUg totlHIon of,,th.

s Babcock Printing Press Manufacturing >arrlag of his daughter Louise winter. where hate been All the yorng people were la the In Nasnn last Thursday which will season to b* :gives at the Fair boildlifg. -

(:"'''DllIaV of New London..Conn.to Martha to Mr. Lemuel Clayton Bowen I Bartow. trey Highest of spirits throughout the ent're l>e of Interest to a number ot oa the evenlag of Tuesday 'No-
t t I Mrs. S.M. :Tatnra and son. and TUItlng: for some time,
a ;:buBtnas visitor la the city on Sunday evening the 6th of evening;, and the occasion will : friends! which the bride made while member the &lh. at S:3t: v-cleckJosi ;

ys iL October, IS07 at the home of her I the Mlsces Allis and Cora Blount. tong be remembered as 6 most thoroughly I| here on a visit last winter. The the reception to arrive home Thursday Mr. John R. O'Neal. ..t Fnlford.as ,
are expected
Mr aad Mrs. Brown hare recently brother Mi. William Norto. Uttle I rnjoyable one. Those present 1-rlde!! was Miss Myrtle! Brown, a the following ladles: Mrs. Joaa B.

e s come to M"cl frog the north and River. Florida. Mr. L. C. Bowers night frtm Barrow where. theybuy lu town yesterday attending toI'lislners wereMs.. William S. Onm- sister' of Mrs. Will \lbnry of this Reilry. Mrs Thomas )1'. McAultfTe.
'. veral to him home this
the well known member of the been upending the past returning Mrs.H. Pilni j the Is Mr. D. S.
are BOW Cum ortsbly located with U ling Porter Savage of pl.iceani groom Miss Eva: Ysrboroaga. aid Jflsr !

Mrs. Fox oa Sth rtreeu general merchandlre Arm of Bowers weeks with relatives and friends. morning.: _- Peach :Mrs Harriet Revere. Mba D. Moneley. of Canada. Mr. and r.liisOeth Hill. The floor Btaaacera d

fc Roberts of thU city who left hU Hlckson: Miss Florence Price-Wil\ Mrs Moiiele-y will remsla la Nassaufor will N Mr Thmaa. MeAaliffaJCr.Frelerick .
Lofton. Home I
Miss Franklc of
Miss LoWe May Maynard of Mlsmi I I friends under the Impression when Rev. Lawler Presided mead ho has been pending few hams. Bias LHIaa MrC.ahey, Miss the winter, !going earlv In the H. Rand, Jr.. Mr. Tssasr
Church "
U visiting Commodore and Mrs. he left her a week or more ago.that south At the Rer.MethoJlrt Lawler Episcopal presiding elder days In Miami will return to a her I Alice Sanders, Miss Effle Martin, spring to their home In Canada H. Gilman and Mr. Jobs OraatDag,, ,
be w.u going to enjoy Mba tiles Martin Mlse ClydeSeymour -- .
II. C. Rome oa the bP&ch.Da away borne tomorrow.Mn. Mary Matrons. Mrs. F. J. McGlD Mrs (
lag Halifax Journal a much needed vacation. The Ob- prevchcd both morning and evening Mina Aft\e Using of St. G1YEX EXJOYIBLF. A. J. Kolb. Mrs C. W GardaeT

trfers congratulations wishIn administering the Lord's Sapper K Coachman mT1ID\Y S PRJIJF -
---4 server .Auruatine Miss' Maude sad Mrs Joha To..a.,.
,, M. D. Wilson and baby arrived -
,
the "Iee.
the Y) people a pleasant morning '\\ Miss Lulu Mc-
{ i' t Mr. O. T. McCrtmmoB left thismorning i urf here :Miss Maude l1taro1.
Journey through life." from Timpa TuesJay on tlbert Miss (From Fridays Dally)
Orlando end other U.ndon. Mine Hlntca.
for WILL GIVE KECTTTIOw:!
r ti Mrs. A. Lelsht Monroe Miss Julia a visit to Mrs. Wilson's mothtr.Mrs.
Katie McLeadon.Mlst. Luclie RevlreM Yesterdsy being the birthday otMlfs
polnla in the Interior of the state Monroe and Miss Pattle Monroe, C. E. Hamilton en First street. TO BISHOP W.C. GUt #
MOSDAfS DULY
en business. (FROM ) <- Dr. William 8. Gremlins Mr. : Grace Miller formerly of Coin

I arrlvej here Saturday night from C. T. MeCrlmmaa, Mr. W. Lens m bus, Ga., but now rasktngUll- The
-+ ladles
--- of Trinity Guild will
McCormlck and Mr. Mr. J. W. Johnson, of OJ.*. U Louisville. Dr. Morroe Is delight Announcements have been received 1f'tou. Mr. Charles McGee Mr. W. anti her home a very pleasant nUle
I Mrs. F. F : In the of the marriage of give a reception Saturday sight ta
his with and city
him
ban
to family
visitor In Miami transacting
a today i Clifton Mr. John at the Mew Hotel. Dainty -
C. Elliott Mr. honey Bay
R. R. MrCoralck; arrived here OB honor of Bishop Craae
bnilne they will make Miami their permanent Miss Jane eBrnlce Beech to Mr.Mark Gray e( .I
last night's trala from aa extend: ._ 1 home.Mis Carey, la Lapeer. Mich., onbe Gramllcg.; Mr. Tom McGahey. Mr. refreshments were served Dad a the Episcopal: Diocese of the Soataem -

e4 visit to meads la the aorfi.Mrs. ( 25th. Hayes. Dr. O. T. lAmia Mr. RoyL. I i ddll lgatful evening was spent by Mtestcaary Dfcitrtet of Florida.
r Mr. E. L-Brady has returned from i McKenzie of Jacksonville. Mr those!) pretest. Tee
reception will be
given at the
a business vUlt of a few day to TItanUl. Cynthia H th, who has been Roddle Brrdlne Mr. wade Burch. I The party was oompoeed of Miss
Bnrwen. .lua.a ,
j A. T. visiting relatives in Michigan thepeat Mrs. F. M. Dupont has returned resldeace ,>f Mr. aad Mrs. C. W, '
.. Mr. Homer eWlch and Mr. Morrow.C.IRIJ4' Birdie Hoetter. Miss Corolla Browa.Mr. .
Mrs. J. Gardner
Un vWtlBg her daughter. I summer will return to Miami home from Atlanta and several oa llth street.,,Setsrda7evesiag
% B. for several months, has Herman Hevelsrad Mr. George from a oclock tffl It. Allan
Clemoas November and other points In Georgia where she
L Mr. Graham W. about the first of ,
King, of Fnlford aadMr.
CLCB WAS (Ptrahan Mr. Charles Anthony
returned to her home la Wlastonfalera. requested to atteaXCITY
client two months vierting relativesand
take her usual duties In the
up
Is a business and pleasnie visitor la ORUAKIZCD YESTERDAYFrom Leon Jenkiaa.CEXEBRATCnHlS.
> N. C. Miami to-day. rtnre of E. B. Douglas. Mrs C. B friends.Mr. '

Spltser will return with Miss Heta.Capt TREASCRER _
Mlsa Mabel L. Godson has opened. ( Friday's Dally) IQTH J t
William M. Brown who has DT CAXF
L* thelDade County Title Mr. Iran Jardon arrived hone The Girls' Club was organised 7'r'II' -- BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY ,
and office la
and Mra. Steve Bravo been In the north for a week or ten -
Llsht from Columbus arenpol'l'tPd c
Saturday afternoon at the school ....eIIto
-
lac and TTmst Company'sDuildng OL'I
.* 'I'Uce home within days, attending to affairs la connection Mr. flutes and naetaer
do nd Charleston. 8. C.Mr. a few dan and arrangements for the Matter Harold 8. Graham delightfully B D ,.
where she will paViestenographic am.
from J'Je.'ork where the formerwent with the bank business la 'his Mn. who ha beet
.entertained number of his Htt .
basketball a
eason's work A
perfected.
sad
work troewrttlaa
early la the summer to havea city, returned to Miami last night pending ya la )JUsatsa*
besides wc-rk that nay ccme before Roger Williams, of New York I team was organised' also, with friends at his parents home oa BIata.ael .
ia in the city, a guest of the Biscayne surgical operation perfnrmed.the little Miss Avenue Saturday afternoon ta. .with relative sad frieada>.,
i Quarteraitn: as eaptala.
} IWr In the capacity or rotary pub- Hotel. came having been inccensfnl. En A Salt la DivorceA gone out the Florida vRailway
honor of his tenth birthday.Thr1 O J'
lit Claire Adams was elected presidentof ;,
route they will step off In 8t Aug- suit In divorce Annie Dorset to Waco, Q
tastefullydecorated wie
the dab aad Miss Lucille eRverelecretary. dining room was .
saUna short visit to relatives vs. Clatdins Dorsttt, was lIed la pitched their teat as beaks
I otfmltMtowa Mr. and Mr a. Thoe. L. Townleyand on a with palms and eat n01'l'and u. e(1 o -
Mr. |aad Mrs. Coe D. Smith
the clerk's office this
county more Lake Butler.
children returned Saturday and friends. la They -writ* that It taaa s
after sev-
Bran .LoIII Island.hare -- era participating
Kft for Florida tad will atop at night mom an extended trip through lady MANY ''ITF. DED 9OCI\Iy Hal tames the children were admitted Ideal place fe eaaplac. high '
Miss Kara Elisabeth Harrla.dangh- and dry. ud the .
the north and we t. to It where they were served .hC as goody
Crescent City a few wicks before ter of Frank Harris of tbe Ocala Mrs. J. W. Boyd, Miss Billle Boyd party of friends from JUsstniBM I a
wtater.Mr. (From Tiesdays Dally) In abundance with ice ereameake .
to Mlaal for the
ct romlag Mr. Julias Smith proprietor ofSmltla' nannr, *nrt one of the most graceful and Mrs. Richard A. Shine arrived camping rear them, .x
and traits One of the featureswas a .
and sirs..Smith are ..l'I1ao"l1 A good sited crowd of young people ready
L Book Store tea teen aheeat wnten on the press of the state borne last night from a several the darkening of the room ant f.r ad.'s ,.much to Otetr ea>>i>,
la Miami and are guests at the baa attended the social given by the
w""lta'IaU to the mountains of .
will be married November (th to
from his business They win remain la
place of dayor
for 'tL eaaapl
a
tea
the with
II cake
Carlo winter. H Y. P. U. last night at the parsonage :bll", birthday .
every North Carolina, much beaefltted by
two OB account of 1llDMr. -". Mr. Charles Harrison Lloyd. 8hU randies. long a* Mr. Hlatoa seems t taapr*** '
the First Church.
cf Baptist
: I their sojoura.Mr. .
being unanimously congratulated and grow strosg '.
k 'i Mrs, A Letgat Hone, aeoompna- Dclkloas rrrtm nd rake was served Muter Harold was the recipient '
Chambers of Butler lad., bIn by her psaodat.e of the press, and j
and useful birthday
Hisses in abonndance and the evening's entertain l. numerous
led by her two daughters. .
Mrs. who
and Alley, own
Miami for the winter, and Is If rood wishes ca'n rrapass human RECEIVING MCCH .
'y Jails land Pattie May Morn willsirrtva "Casa Blanca" on Avenue C. are ea men t was a decided success. jivsents
pleasantly situated for the season at7f0 happiness her future tot In life willeertalaly ATIIIwwIOY
Den tonight from LoalsnTle.Ky. route to Miami from their home ia 1'1.
A tenor ..... be a fortunate one.
rr .. to Jola-Dr Monroe and mike "V. Detroit. They stopped! off at Ft. Vlr. and Mrs E. A. Waddell MISS ,BECKS: ENTERTAINED!; ;&Tr. t

; Miami their future home. They last turned home last night from a ...re-\\ AT BIRTHDAY PARTY horn SiatnMav's Dairy
Pierce night to spend few
i Mrs. Roberta MeDonough. of St. ( FROM TUESDAYS DA FLY. a and Mrs Wmurn
will be located for some time at the days before coming oa to Miami. to New York sad ocher W. 0
A Aagutttne la the
la city, the guest woo have been
spending
I From Saturday's Daily)
Green: Tree IBB. hosts where some time was spent. .
a of Mn. Georgia L. Davis, on 5U.Btret. A daughter Sra" born this mornleg Miss I Esther Betks In celebratingher fm at A"ae Qs.. are B wtaKsslmmee |
to *!r. and Mrs. J. C. O'Nee.1 Miss Mabel WooJworth who returned : .
MrsP M. D. Russell ls expected to birthday, entertained the Happy I (lIar home
Miss Anita Caaova of Falatka.laa st their home at Buena Vlata, last week from a nsrt of severs and are being .ssolslattentions
Mts.Iteeiei
HUHtlcrs last
a vVU, to her aunt, Mrs. Lola Mr. and Mrs John x..... of 81amforJ. months to Keller's laland 0., strive home tonight from Iowa.where : evening. I .hO "
Mordt ofr several weeks. Kin Can has resumed her former she has been spending the > was 'h. recipient of a number i tb. O nan J& 9
s,, N. Y., are In the city for thawinter There will be a meeting of the position they were guests
little remembraa-
,
recently graduated from the Miami in the Millinery at E. summer' with relatives and friend of pretty birthday th
ova Hustlers tonight at th Baptist department
and are staying at the Hala- Happy r.s tiiom her guests and the evening '-rU. by Mrs. W. Bears
Coascrvatory] of Music baring B. Douglas'.
Ito House. church.
Born la Vancouver B. C. oa I proved to be a very happy ooco : Mrs. J. W. Watson.
Prof.
stalled under the director. I
to lonl Friday night I Mrs. D.: C. Lew. a-\< ;
? rankila Coleman Bulb aid 1s Commodore and Mrs. H. C. the 17th inst.. to County Treasurernd !
z has leased the
E.Johnson
s : Mrs. M. H. C.
Oa account of the indispositionof These : Misses Stanford sad Mrs.tsnlrr +, '
a trait. accomplished!' IK uasle.-Jacksonville Rer. N. B. Fuller, there was no La Bre house on 11th street and Room., who have been spending :Mrs. George G. Carrie a son. I allf. I Kathleen present and were Bettle noe-I .,lk. also eatertalaed ta I. ,
Currie.
Francis A.
T 1 )! Metropolis. evening prayer service at Trinity will open It by the first of Nor em- some weeks on the Daytona beach I lean Hattie Jennings Lillian Stelahnir Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mill
have arrived In Miami to
church last night. lMIr. occupytheir Eleanor Screvea. Millie Col- return her Hlortly and will orenrnytheir
-r
'1 Mr. C. A. Willard has returned
Mr. Mrs. Kirk Monroe arrivalla handsome b ay shore home I
rod I lierKatie McL-odc'n. :Xlco Bravo attractive new home oa
the city this morning: on the Mr. B. O.Vanlandingham 1s suffering for the wlnUr. to Delind for a few days TO visit : a
.
south side
t Mr. and II... T. F. Bettoa. of 'I his family and look.after business affairs N i'llr- :Malden Lnla GcodsoD.M&I'J'1 j i ;:
+ Clyde Steamship Line sad are on Injuries received tgMbelug '
{, from
't New Ycrk. have arrived la the city : before starting his winter Human; Messrs. DennU Messier, ,
UI"'r'T to their handsome winter from his wheel a lew Conductor Rldenour and 4
thrown family
t end are for the present at the Barn I planting in South Dade. CiihtM Davis Willie Glenn Alex WILL LIVE l: MLIMI
at Cocongnt Grove la Mr. Mrs O. I
home A.
tA tvenlngs ago.Mr. ant Douglass ana Harold !
house on 14th street Thompson, Emmet Cooley FOR HIS HXAITB
t South Florida.-Jacksonville: Me- __ children. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Weaver '

: tropen" Mr. and Mrs Muaroe.... I C. L. Haddlenton formerly of and two sofa Mrs. Cardy ana I Order ease or eon drb.ka eHver.4ir James\V'so| ,Roes Fred hen Hoffman Knight 8. Ho..r4.1 j! From Deihl"
HIM Clara Bate baa recovered (
bees endlBg" the summer la Europe Punta Corda but now of Miami. Is children are enjoying camp lire shipped to you by the Miami Bott recks and Mrs and Miss Esther Frias

and are expected: to reach. Miami from her recent maUl and can be a visitor la town tod.Ft.. My- this week at Long Key on the .'. E .. I Rev. and H. M. MlddMM.' s
r tonight again fund at her place at Doug- ers Press. C. Extension.: jag Works Mtgh, Miami,. FltMr. Becks. of Linden lad., have arrived la Ik*

las' Ideal Store. city and .e the Sawyer hoax

N. M. Barney end Miss Laura MISS! MA1T! wn.t.,no for a year* or
HAITRnAx-S DAILY :Mr. Mn. Lloyd Challle willreturn FROM THURSDAYS DAILY) pri JaS.
FROM ) anj
( Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Benedict, of Barney who have been speeding A DELIGHTFUL' HOSTESS during .1kh t. they win
their borne In Jacksonville
1w Anderson Ind have arrived la-'kt- I.. to the summer !II northern New York their he Mld4Mo .
Mr. Raymond Butt 'Who has been tomorrow morning after a pleasant Mr. R. E. O'Kelley, of Orange K
suit to spend the winter, and are have' returned to Beuna Vista to from TbarBday* 'allyMir I cane to Miami rpeat wreV
spending the summer la Baltimore tint toMr. and Mrs. W. H. Challle.here. N. J., Is a visitor In the city. Maude J ,
located on 7th atr< returapd Bight before lut.III' I. 1
a pleasant little gathering In the
O. C. Jones Is his payslciaaa
Mr. registered at t.t c
Tonight at the residence Mrs. pailon of the Gamble House last t !
pf ed him to sad
Mr. L I. Slanton. and daughter. spend
i. KJ Dora left on this monlaa' the Green Tree Inn from Dsnla. 1
of P.tenbuI"W.VL. ,
Mr. Oeorgel Guy, Music
f'VflIIIC. the fs.tur
Maude M. Stantoa and Mr. Stantouf.th..r. Price-Williams oa 10th street, and was rpedal than, two years la warm .
I ** train for a abort business trip who has been in tie city for a: the .
i of evening's entertainment
Avenue A. number of
T. H Stantoa of Stamford.N. H is a large young hileratlag and health-giTtag eUmia,
a to New York San Cor- Mr. .S. GoI!!". of Daytona
'hi
day or two stopping at win be and Miss Wlllard served her) guests
eople entertained at
Y.. ,.are located at the Hatnlln a late arrival In Miami and Ia A l : aIlallcwe'en
los, left on the morning's train for with dainty refreshments.
Mr. J. A. Dsorhtry. a snecewful House for the winter.Mr. points north. guest at the San Ctrlos.Mr. party_ Those present were. Miss Anna ARR.x(nn> FOR CNiOMTH.NKSGiVING

tracker of Lltle River Is la town I S.u.;; D. Teller. Mime Anna Peck Miss *)KRYICE9 ,
Mr. M. J. who!
and Mrs. Hoefer. who for ownsone I
H. H. Walters, of Jacksonrife -
business. .
today OB the Conservatory
Miss Eleanor Percy, of Nellie Whttcomb. Mrs. Leola Tatnra
of the handsome 12th
street residences -
Mime Uire have been running the
Lt of Music who nan been Is registered at- the San Car- has arrived from Mir Maude Wlllard Mr. Claude mien ThanksglTtag services -tf
I Held have returned totheir GrandRapids. -
x Mr :and Mrs. B. C. Dnpont, of 11.1'Ifw former home In the part engaged to sing at the Presbyterian los. Mich. to spend the winter. Hit Brown. Mr. Earl Smith Mr. MOr !'- ben arranged by the ..o ;

''if-' Little River are spending the day la upper church at the morning services for family will come down later. w. )fro Charles McGee )II'. W. the several churches hi town t

town shopping. of the county1.Mr. ." the winter will assume charge of Mr, James. Cox: Is a recent ar- James, Rotgers Mr. W. C. Elliott 11'1 this vesr b J.1 at ta.Pisa

the choir of the First M. E. Church rink at tte Green Tree Inn from County Tax Assessor George O. and Mr. Tom McGahey.MEMBER byterian ..1.lTh.R..8..to. preaciv
R. B. Truemaa. a travelingrepresentative
Senator F. M. Hudson returned Jacksonville.
of a fertilizer house and will slag there on Sunday: evenings Butler who has been confined the tog the ThaskscivUg; sermoa. Malic '
from bnslsess visit of
"1 several last sight days tc a Tallahassee.Mr. ia In the rtty In the Interest of his This afternoon at the residence of ,art few days th.D attack of ORCHESTRA* OF BI-CAYXE choirsttILL will b* f".I.ht b the .IS

Frm and 1* stopping at the Ban The Miami Rifles are scheduled Mrs. Oramllng. 8r the Unite rheumatism was able to be driven .\ E'TERTAIXED

and Mrs. Kirk Monroe returned Carlos tc return to Miami tonight; from the Daughters of the Confederacy will down town today__ I (From Thnrwiay's Dally) HOLD CAKFl.r

night before last from a summer Mr. R. E. Hall returned last encampment it Egmont Key near hold a rpecial business meetlnng.Mr Seed Being. D. R. Knight ft Bro. The members of the Blscayne orchestra NEST SATVRDAY
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cuting t.Mra. the north. Chase will accompany I .
Mr.
Tampa. Henry [ were entertained last night -
short to -
night: from a business trip ,
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Cnlbertson
and
lnf'mo1'NI
Tackler Jacksonville. Mr. Hall had the mbv the other members of the family Mrs C. C. Aston will leave tomorrow i! by Mr. A. S. Joyner at his resl- M4 A
of ta
t from the south side to their T. Ldle' *
Miss Tucker of hPh
and Beach
Palm !
far deuce
aa 7th
Rifles only as en street After a thor-
Jacksonville
for
fortune to have his blcvcV stolen morning Chareh
s IXray. are spending the day latewa where. he stops off for a few days' home place at Cocoannt Grove. ouch practice, they l'r.byltI"1 wl 101 a \
from his front porch last tight I where she will make her future !| were served cake nab Stlrd. aad '

libop ll'I... visit. __ Mrs. R. C. McGahey Is in t01l'nInday home Joining: Mr. Aston there whonow I wltlsvfrua punch and cake. Mr JoyI evening on th veranda -of tke R -

Mr. J E. Pradleton. the Lemon I baa a responsible position.Mr. I sets guests were Dr. O T INn carne Hotel The sale wIB be rosy.
tV. the well known Porter who has charge of to attend the meeting of the I M. Mr Coombs
,
Mr | Brown City merchant left this morning for Miss Mr. Roddy Bnrdlue ,t"t. Vtwea ta hours of S .
plumber apd gas fitter left thU I New York City where he will rt the millinery department of E. B. Daughters of the Confederacy this i and Kn.U. Silxner who 1ID,1 I Mr. Ed. Robinson. o'lock.See r

f morning ca a business trip to New ; the stork of holiday goods for hh Douglas' is today in receipt of a afternoon. went north early in the spring In -- ---- -

lork. norHe will be !gone about three Utter from Mrs. Douglas who Is Mr. Mrs. H. T. Tubbs. of I their yacht I.Ida are now en ront
an.
t -- abroad. The letter wax written : Our
New Stock
) D. S. Jones returned last Ii IiII' weeka. __ October 1Itb, Just as them were Penis were among the out of town as home Savannah.and have They gotten will as arrive far :south here of

coast of France and the inrtter i shoppers! here verterday and were
nesting the
might trom-a enjoyable trip to ; t
very Mr. George Fcalmaa and familyof registered at the San Carlos. I within' the neat few days.
was. telling cf the very mooch: j '
l Washington and other
New York. New York have leased the new
.
? points. i I "'Id.-11 villa on the South Sid.. voyage: ""Pr.orNrl, every one on I i Mr and Mrs. L. E. Edwards will I Mrs. S. M. Tat'im: and son and '
k. including A I t
t sod will arrive to occupy It on November -tqord number was |set of the 3 crew. She sod i vrrlve nex: week; from Michigan and the Misses Allie .oj Cora Blount

A". ilk street sad 1. they the winter treat I returned home last right from
a Mrs 1'\ of spending will\ to their book an
prepare opet.
Douglas however were' feeling j j
Mr.
;a her three diiMren. will leave shortly I season here. eat" and had proved lore for the season. II extended visit with their parents

tor Nassau; wherether will spend xceptlonalty j end friends at. Bartew and ether PosCard"
board ii
btw themselves the best sailors on
the ulster with Mrs. Atbury's mother Miss Irene Jandoa. who has been | Mr. Morrow a recent addition t.' j i in the state.

I Th-ltlng relatives and friends la 8. I : ,
Bradley" ferUlners are, the best Miami society from Washington 1
C.. Is visiting her sister Miss Moaey to lag OB :
now state:: will he h<> t at a trawling coa- proved sroperty.
tt )(1'. and Mrs. Arthur Dempsey of I Msrkaie l.aclOlID St. Augustine For sale by J. K. Lammus. III&.aL test tonight I 0. 8. Amedea. Oocoaaat. Grove;

d BaRlmere. who spent last winter ia i I for a ,lay or so. and will probablyarrive

Miami have returned for the benefit home tomorrow night. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Carey .rrt Mr and Mrs. Dan Ke'th expee: ,I Returned from Jacksonville i i

i ., )1.... Dempsey bealth and i iwfll home Tuesday night from La- ''
; ej to leave within tbe net: fan tan Deputy ','. S Marshal Gore rev
c_ remain here until late Mr. anj MrOVftUm Charlce.who Michigan where they were for Jackson tllle
peer where they will reside ''!nt'CI last night fronr Jacksonville\

sprtar'l) have been spending tome weeks In married on Thursday .[.last week. 11 11II i in the future. where be went as a witness againsta :
< Mrs M. Ivins of Aurtel. Atlanta and other points la r. and Mrs. Carey will make their -
man named Brirron, of Lake City,
'Paa rO'ir' ulster visitor has Oeorirta. and have been visiting In home here la the future. Mrs.Carcy 'i, Little Miss Sarah Wright! of I charged with '

,.'t,. returned to occupy her pretty bone j')! Klssimmee for the past few days, who was Mist Jane Beecher, I. one I i! Oreenport. L. I arrived here with peonage.Meters. '

.r Si la Fort Dallas Park for the seaoa : returned to Miami Saturday night pf the most accomplished young' ,: Commndorre and Mrs. Rome to ; Jamot Brown and W

and h> acrompsnied by her uatroas la the state If not the spend! tte winter. Smith'sBook
I P.
Dertnir, of Chicago, both of
: 'daughter. Mrs. Engene IVIBS.Dr. ,I Mr. Cunningham and family, cfClnHnnatl. south, her oil paintings at the age i I I whom own valuable properties at 1}

have taken the William of IS being treat works of art; Vr tad Mrs. B. C Tousey, ofCocoannt Cocoanut Grove and In o her

'? Harry Law ton. of Brickell villa oa the South Side for her voice exceptionally well placed Grove, were passengers arriving the count,. are expected to arrive partsof : ;
regular winter ... ClpnlUl4.\ the wia'.fT, and are expected to arrive
0.. a \ and of sweet tone aad her genera here last night from a I 1 with their families between now an,1

esitharlastlc fUhermaa I here on Noren>ber 1. The Cunninghams i knowledge of art as well as household I lengthy stay In the north. They November 15th. to reside until late ,1

'.. last aigkfs train Dr. Lawtoa have bee* coming to Miami economics makes Mrs Careya peat tile night In Miami and went next spring.: Roth of these gentlemen
eontenrlaUnc bulldlrg a handsome I and taking apartments at theKoyal
tt very accomplished young woman. down to their grove home and nursery ha'e been coming to Dad
wiater home U Miami Palm for several seasons past Store
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(From rTtday'Daily) i without result. The conductor ortitred to<< Mian-1 I to visit a family by name I I

the train to prueeed south of Newbold living at Cocoanut "Santa Claus"New
Th* four' and a half year old ton atsin, and when about two miles Grove, and will probably go thtro

CIt Attorney Newsom* Calnona of n>nth of 8hss:Ian, the yonngter today, or as soon as the boy Upuvslcally
*
aiarlauna, Fla,. pnbably bow ldgrateat the was found right: close up to the able.
distinction ot any >v......,- ,irsck and pertly under a small The trip of the yours man has
I inirh The lad waa appareutlyaleep mile him famous, to that h* IH
tcr Ia tile Calt-d Mates I' but "hcn picked up, commenced probably the only living eMld.whc
About mix oVlotk last night Just toiv. and was hi-stlly ever fell from a train going at the
afar leaving $et>v.t.SB.OB 'he train. 'taken a"OI'rd the train and examined rate of forty or inert m le per
that arrives in Miami at It '10. Master as bat u Isy doctors could hour and survived death cr nertoui
Calhoun became thirsty and At W b-sKa, the conductor telecrsnhed Injury. i| York, October 17th 1907 r
went to the I earl of the ear to get to Fort Pierce to physician (From Saturdays DsilrlThe I' .
a drink of 'water. His aa t. MlsMM tb re. and *hen the twin arrived little Calhoun child who went ,
To the Miami : Miami Fla.
*!* Calhoun orb. with the boy. two doctors were on hand to look through the shocking eiperieoco: of Metropolis, ,
was **rout to Mim. noticed; that "f'f'r tbe CS--V A thorough examination fslllng from sn East Coast passenger

the*child took a. lone time to c't if the child was trade thenb train near' Sebastian Thursday night ,, 1 will be too busy this Christmas to attend to
the wafer: and rusfced bark to Bad t no Injury except probably ronruslon vhlle It was ibnalng at a speed of a great many things
klm. B t h* WM not to b* found of the both by the lad's: forty miles or' more per hour. i* I

and the train became' at once! thefft'M herd omlpg! 'n contact with a rallrs.d much Improved today. It being! able down in Miami, so I wish you to give the doll and trousseau I am sendingyou
hort
-. 'for nothing considered
Of there u. At Miami, the train was to tit up AH danger is I
et BdTtbWd} sth V.BS expected met by Dr James M. Jackson and pt and other than the bruises
fat the little fellow ancthor *ra.ninatlca made with which ire painful, the youngster 1.1 to the most popular little girl in Miami.
Tb cor-dsctor was notified aid similar re riltn. Tae youngster.wlth bright and lively ( b,
tea train storpedArter searching his aunt are st Green Tree Inn (From Monday's Dally) I 're
aver pe !wilder th.. can and tn berc the foiner to receiving the Mrs Calhoun, mother: of the four I will be there Christmas Eve. "SANTA GLAUS"A '

,very conceivable( place, the condue- bent of car and seems unhurt ex rear old child who had such a I
tor ordered the ,tram backed a..pk cent for a pain In his head If frightful fall from a moving passenger I
lowty. This WM at "WahasIKuit \ a there ars any Internal Injuries they train near SebsTtk-n last I
MB* tern tnlles South of 8e bare failed to become noticeable Thursday nlcht, arrived here last I k
1iastJc. w.er- the boy had last been sod It will probably be a day or Light: from her turn st Msrtanna
noticed glowly the train moodpackwrdl two before the outcome of MasterCalhcrn's and Is with the child at the Green I .
,,111,4n4." ot eysswv.re.nnt : fall will b* knows He Tree Inn The little victim' Is
U>to tiI. larkness for a t spparewtiy suffers hut little U rtlonal .> ported not so well today as be :

: attBiB** .( tk* Vqr. AH the war and has practjcully no fever )erterday, though then Is 1'8-1 3

r; to flrtsstlaa the train reUrned.bul Miss >lhoun aDd f1l. child tame dangerous. In his condition Handsome Doll and! Trousseau ,

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RUN TO BEACH[ to be Made I of the Whole State To the most popular little girl in Miami}



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of A the Gainesville 2Sth. says dispatch: under date No thing ,in the world: s dearer to a little girl than a doll, no matter whether a rag /

Cat Kelirro SalUe-Htmervu Im-

.- Tsreaents Bare Been Made from"Hon the Frank Second Clark district eongressraaa largely OFFERED IN dolljor: afrubber[ one. For that reason, the Metropolis has arranged to give to the

> For Benefit of Public order through wa the pawed lana_for of a geological whom ma most: popular little girl in the City of Miami, a handsome doll and trosseau, consiSting
COUNTYProviding

j i. From Saturdays- Daily) survey fallowing of Utter Florida from has H.received C. Riser the of a handsome twenty inch doll, dressed in white lawn, with four extra dresses,

Katie ,,\1la future director of the United tatea
Uunch
Th
acting
1'1 'vak the Iran to the bench In place reolojrki: nrver. a. Washington., coat, two]hats, bathing suit of jblue flannel, rubber cap and bag, kimona, completeset
.t th* SUlie. All of Sallies coupons loiativ to U. matter. which la wn "
y I,win b* good only oa the Katie. deuce that the work win be taken: a Sufficient Num- of underwear, extra socks, toilet articles, such as tooth brush, comb, brush,
Tomorrow Katie wtn go to the up Immediately sad pushed ustnterru.pti'dly -

teach at :tt a. m. and l-It p.m through to completion: ber of Children Enterin curling ironhair-pins, sachet,hand mirror, fan and everything you can think of.
f c *a4 dairy hereafter at /:SO a. m. Washington. Oct II.

i and AKUag tee the/Her|\p. m.and The la..n'l1l.re order to glwbathers "Hon. Frank Clerk. GainesvilIe.Fla the ContestFrom These things are all neatly (arranged in a handsome trunk, three trays, lock and key
-Sir'-I nn pleased to Inform you
min Urn at tbs beach the
that a representative of the geological -
I boat win go a half hoar earlier, 'survey has Just left Washington ...... .
both snorting and aftet-wuon. for Gainesville. Fla. for the porpoae ( Koa4.,'. Dally)
U order to give tourists and rialtos of beginning an UTectlsatlon of the The vote as published Saturday lathe
la the city opportunity to goV'r ground waten of that state. H. Metropolis,Doll and Trons eaa Conditions of Contest Basis of Votes
the boat will teaks two trip
anotheri
will shnrtly be Joined by Contest was A great surprise to
daily hereaner. Boss recent Improvements i I member of the aDl'ft.an4 these two 1n&D1. u It eclipsed by far.the first a.
have been mad at theUaeh.
together with the state geologist of'nc.rt week's vote In the Metropolis Jamestown
Aboard[ walk hi>* been laid C
11 ladles' the a. expect to flaUtt. the entireI Exposition Contest, held In ,
tile bath house to
.E from I I '' during the nest fire or six May last {

VwsUr..a f ad debris Th. beech and smoothed has ben down cleared la i I on.nth*. Fifty thousand; votes were cast 1. Any girl under fifteen years of age, residing Votes will be allowed on subscriptions Jj
i "Oalnenille'wlll be the headquarters
last week for the 2* contestants
Curing
d Use have",shap all been. Tb.fitted drmtag with locks rooms and .... for will all this receive' work Immediate and Alwhnonty at-* now In e. race and It Is probable in the City of Miami. will be eligible to paid to the Metropolis on the following basis:

an equal umber will be deposited -
bathers win Had
keys and aoeomnodatioas enter the doll contest.
} much better than be- this week
# : ever tention."Very
Iftr I respectfully.H. The doll and trousseau oust Is 2. Each candidate wishing to enter tta ,
C. Riser, acting director" ehlbltion la the window of
-, 111&4Co, now on 1 month ((5 weeks 50c-------: 50
Arrsaretnewto are being / ), ____ votes
-} t >*rT* "ft!h drovers' over there darIsg -'I The above will be gratifying In- the Racket store and will be there contest for the doll 1 I. most have her name certified -
th* winter Pad many extensive fonnattcn to the "piof Florida : during the present week The out 3 months, $1.25-------------------- 15 votes

Improvements will be made. In order I > p TiaUy Ihl section as the layeaI fit Is attracting a great deal of at- to the Metropolis, by parents or friends. 6 months. 40b _
$230-------------------- votes
1 e ta attract and entertain an who Motion will moan a great deal la trnlon and at ,almost any hour a ;

visit this ;popular neon II the. matter Thl section of enlightening of the'state the..public .peo1.11 can lumber be teen of men looklcg, women at and It. children 3. Tne child of any officer or employee of 1 year $5.00__-- __ __ ____ ___ --__ _1,000 votes k

I Alachna county Witch, a most I The Metropolis has offered a the Miami Printing Company will not bo eligible lyear: fin advance) $5.00----------- 1,500 votes ;
ESPERANTO.The peculiar: formation has batf1 I I' Ilex doll and trousseau to children
$ I *<1 the public for eentanea. The In in this contest.
onlslde of the city ot Miami '
of numbers of alibi In the For yearly subscription paid in advance '
Japanese Rnpmnto association presence Dad county, and if a sufficient nnm. I every ,
Kiilty of GalDenvllle. promlotnt 4. No child, whole! parents have nut resided -
her of cMldren! barn entered thttoII..t
contains 800 i Japanese members. In for r80ho have not been subscribers -
smote which .rtu.t roown u the pe
Kyoto the y sae for a meeting place of during; the present week another permanently in the city of Miami for at
Dante Alachna
their groqp eon of the old Buddhist MUlhopper a4 outfit will be ordered for District 'I to the Daily' Metropolis for any period be 4
Sink Is due to tile erect formationof
r o. 2. which Includes all ot
1 temple least six months.revI us to Dec. 25th willbe
the earth and ,
t audergrouIt Dad county outside of the city of yond three months the Metropolis will allow
ta CUmfow recently at tit Gilbert"& rtratns. It".. with' 1 ,
'chats the Rev David Graham Instead tag these cans Invertteatt-d that Miami I' eligible. to participate in the contest ,4
t 2,000 votes. j
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t of a pennon gave his conxreca- Corgressmsa Clark alvocated this
child of the
5. out contest
tics a lecture no the beauties of Esperanto. snrvev.Prof. I CHURCH AND CLERGY.A Any dropping For every yearly 1 subscription to the Weekly -

$"' obndy went to sleep.) F. O. Clapp.: of the director's will not be allowed to pass to any othrr contestant t
=tf Dr. CasHabof the Inventor .f Est office arrived In the City Thursday pastors' union composed of all the Metropolis( there will be 300 votes allowed.

t peraato II,! puUtohlog In La Revue an us a rt>m 9taMTe of the nr- i I Protestant clergymen of LscroraeWU the votes she has received while in the
,Xspersatoj translation of BcbniersTbe -ev. 'tt'.m hem this Important Is sfflllated with tbe American For all job work, advertising.1 etc., paid for
work at one. As stated In the !-*- I I I contest,
Bobbers. This makes his fourth Federation of labor
\ he will have an asv'stant, both to the Miimi( Printing CJmpany one vote will f
I
Important treb&laUoa. The otherswere I
7. If
the annual
revenues of the Church
whom wtE work in coo peratton 6. The Miami Printing Company reserves
.f Bhakein'esre's "nsmlet" Go- a th the state ctvlrorlrt.OslnefvUle of England were divided equallyamong I be allowed for each lOc so paid.In '
101"n+ Reflsef slid the book of will be the headqnsr- I the clergy of that drnomlna,- the right to amend these rules at any time, or =

Eeck+lsr,.. tern of the partv and It to eiixsrted fro there. would be hardly $1.no. ...t"b. I make further restrictions. I each issue of the Daily and Weekly
The Esperanto mo ememt m Finland Hint :about "h months will be iqnlrc Starting long ago that be declines "
J* not ,, : pnoad. tent what there Is of to complete the survey.INDUSTRffT to tell just when It was, RCT U Bad"*,- 7. The contest will close on the night of Metropolis there will be a ballot, when properly !

** to HnM''tAt! UeMugfors prey! bare ley of tbe Pearl Street Methodist .t
will be for
December 24th. 1 filled out good one vote. _
y started ft* FIa. E j>r<,'lsh., s four church of Cleveland preached
; ...... ..I....... wlllqlt M tT.T1ttpQ aDd ITEMS. 1 his six thousandth sermon.Bev. recently. ., .

1 the snluifojrrar.bea. The editor cheerfsHy Dr. Curtis Lee Laws of Bsltl-
: snn< o-v-eK that c hen the on.ubere Almost half of an the steel producedIs II of the
mare recently completed a tour
/ his ""tJt..t111f'r! !' .:)iaKr It r.ui tb a bile used up by nllw.,.. United States coveting about n.momllN. .
rr b* will ha>* his 1"11 er jwljtrd The ranks of tbe miners and charcoal At one time or another be baa ,I e

& ,.-- boners sre less affected by consumption visited. almost every country on the
FLC'.VERJA'D TREL than any other occupation. > i globe

Germany produces more tissue paper There are 8.000 Chinese In New York.

By keeplrg: the needs picked from than any other country It has seventeen city and for them tbe flirt t Mum*

the perennials they will (doom muchlonger mills engaged exclusively In this. church Is now to be built being an out

c manufacture. growth of the Presbyterian mliuton.

The Calt'ornU redwood tree meter A regulation has gone Into effect I*. sod Rev. Hole Kin will be the first The doll is now on exhibition at
,'b, decays fallen trunks which bsve Canada which prohibits the emplo) pastor i f

been overgrown by new forests are as Befit of children under fourteen fears, Bt Thomas' Eplacopel church In New 1

't t soOd as on the day they felL of age la factories under any coodf York Is about equally dMded whether' THE RACKET STORE
dons. Tb* age previously Axed was ,
> When using fertilisers beware of using to expend llOOUimo on s new churchor
4, enough t* Induce a rapid growth. thirteen years. 1 split the amount and pre one half i: IlI
Y RapId growth among pot plants la, Paper bricks Ira used In Berlin for of It to mission work, using tbe other I I

kin eases,oat of tea, weak, unhealthy j paving. Many telegraph poles are now bait for a church. I I
A grswth, sad flower growers should always made of rolled sheets of paper. Paper I
t; coffins Ira used In some places. Some
aim ke avoid ItTie THE ROYAL BOX.
I I straw bat Into which enters not anatfm
century plant to a myth. 4boagave I
of straw costsist of narrow -
paper
+> *f n* rder of amaryllldaceaetakes .: I The clrll list of the king: of Greece
strips dyed yellow Artificial spongescan tI 'b
troai a tea to seventy flan to be made of paper pulp. .to the smallest In Earope. It does not I
c n>* to maturity, them blooms one exceed fauOOOO a year.
and ... There. no plant that ftow-
BRUSH I' la the last theatrical season King
PEN CHISEL AND
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ers ace every hundred yarn __ -.1 Edward witnessed the performance of I

The widow of Samuel Epson, herself thtrty-oo plays. There Is so better or
CLEANINGS.Ivory a sculptor of distinction, has more considerate playgoer than his : Address all communications to
majesty, and be Is always promptnever i ,
pened a studio m New fork add$ wiflcontinue
delaying the raising of the curtain -
J doubles la price every few her husband's work In ecciesiastical I ti

.b- r--. I I an from models. left by
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Emperor: Will extraordinarily
Forma*: telling Is mar strongly bettered him. J I .
la la. LspUad than anywhere Han Calne tried several vocations satlle knowledge of all technical matters i

fa*, i "before be found his true sphere jo Lf.. was Illustrated again during thevrit 1
his majesty recently" paid Or Miami Co.
\. .'" Claw weights for weighing goods. When very young he was an sue of manys* great central wireless, station Printing
ar mew extenslrely. used ta BwltserlaaO schoolmaster: then be entered an ;
when the kaiser evidence
at Nanen gave -
I architect office and finally becfuae aJournalist ,
that be was thoroughly comver'smut
Then win be aearly 300 vacancies lath and author $ r
with tbe Morse
alphabet
Kava! academy st aasspgll next Frank D. VlUefa spirited! pei4tng of i I
}*.... : the historical seen st Newark N. J," Grand Duke Nicholaskholarltch, I .
of the Russian
general cav
I Inspector
Doctor caa now detect various nervdlsscasrs -! m 177*. when the foremaa <4f th*
.. grand jury rebuked Chief ulatlceBmyth airy to de.crlbedas a magnificent son '
from tile of
apadeatTh handwriting : hrnw attracting much atteerdoe ef stars perhaps the last of tbe Ro 432-434 Twelfth Street Miami Florida
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manoRs to retain the herculean stature ,
..... of uaabl In a New" York art gallery Every
Spain toread
?h po are wak* was one their birthright H*
lad ,writ, a* a rule sad It to a Kew Tork schoolboy has ben avttodto stand six feet sine inches In hto thin
s** this pictured rebuke tV judgewhe
rsaiaisB saying that wh treats th* soled cavalry boots aDd to active alert
last us best gett the sost Mart-. I had spoken. of BrUsh tyniay a* and wU proportioned. I

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IN TINE CONDITION AT BUSY B POMPANOAnd ; PREPARING CROPS :: S $ J,



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Master Chas Pierce Celelebrated PROTECT 1J
YOUR BOOKS !
Growers Hare
Many Already
la the Raranja Section.-A Very And it is Predicted
Hi* Eleventh Birthday.Mr. Jesse Tomato Crop ,

Large Acreage Being Planted t in I' Set Eggplants, Pepper and Other Dangbertj Closet Store to Attend Will be the Largest in History.- They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or house exposed "


Vegetables-Drake New Mill is Vegetables.-Pineapple Plant are to Other Business Public School Has Large Enroll- to dust and damage I Of course you can't help it, if your

Completed I Looking Fine I II menu-Personals book-case is full and of the old style solid construction. Better to

get rid of such a case or start a new one that will always accom-
I Boynton Fis. Oct 25- Mr.
I I and Mrs C. C. Mist spent Wednesday modate your books without being either too large or too small-
Pompano Oct 26-Ererybody la'''
In Went Palm Beach
bus
} Naranja Oct UMr.. J H bard at work at Pompano pulling in... and piearure on Uaula, Kit. Octt- For the I one that grows with your library and always fits it. The

Hill and family have m t NfL.luU.. a few have egg-1 '
moved into | Min Willie Funk was in Went lunt "f'eIh.\ ( <' pnip'e <.f this plus I'
th -lr t plants tappers and some tomatoes Palm Beach Monday
< new o-stoiy dwelling It
( ,
out. There will be the largest acre- j hue been i-njoyln,, thi cool weather:
. i | Mr. Jesse Daugberty is remodelIng .
; Is a splendid building In every detal' -
kit: out this season Pcsnpano baa : his cottage on the Avenue and which oniiia it. r. lief attar the aIoe\rnkI1e ., '
and shows that Mr. Hill has
!I tvrr known. I' will make it a two story bul.ding. warm ""rlud. Th. grow>>rs ar .
great faith In the neighborhood and Mrs. 1'. J. Hardy and daughter j I I Contractor H. B Murray, U oow taking\ advantage of tae weather and I

will ma.e his permanent home ID Mitt Betty, arrived last Saturday building a house for Cullen Pence ure Sitting. their cropt rl< say for th

our midrt- frt m their summer outing spent In which will be occupied by Mr. C. C. sinter' svnfton It l I. predict ha' I Elastic Book gas

Orange and grapefruit grove area i Charleston and LcGrange S. C. i I Mast when completed. 'the torn to (top at Dai'la th f year '

floe condition and *tenors a.e: they Also lilted the Jamestown *x- Harry Benson and B. L. Kapp are .. lll/ be one of th i beet In its hi'tor) I o.

more than amazed at the growth tbe position while. away. painting their residence this week rhe Danlt: Veritable Grower $ d
is the
\ trees have made on our red soil and I I Election pasoed off vary quietly Mr. D..A Stewart Is In Miami this I'nion. "L>rh coniprt-e'' practically original and only up-to-date sectional book-case and Is h

the trees are loaded with bright here and we are glad to say Pom- week business. ,' :lar made
on very grower on a ;* vale will by the largest manufacturers of
I such
J fruit i>Utne finest quality This i 1"00tot. dtyi Muter Charlr Pierce Jr., celebrated I hay.> aT>' large crop of tomatoes goods in the world.

rectloa fof\Dad. County will soon be i Her Caaon of Lakeland drily.grid his eleventh birthdaY on I the maj.trlty of hkh sill\ be handled It's furnished in a variety of y

& famous ftr Its aD fast "'*. Settlers i, a Inure here one day last | Tuesday evening Master Charles 1 by Crutcl.fl.ld & vVo..lfolk. com

;w b are eomjtg In and buying: week He was accompanied by his 1 j ji I has the distinction of b lug the i iI ml.lon iin-rih.nt" of Pitpburg! Pa'' grades siz+s and prices.
small:! tracts of land on which to i ton, Dr. Cacon. of Dairay I I .
The
1 only chid 1 aboard the steamr St, pnb:Ic irbonl of Dania rm: pe
\ start a smtll grove G. Weaver, of \\acbnla and' I V adapted to any and all re-
111't. Lucle last year when she was wreck- ; id- for the term last Monday with: r j
7 c Mr. James A. O'Berry is building[ I .o sons, arrlrod here Sundayright i,if'cl. I II :i lurge enrolment. of pupils. tiles quirements. h's'a system of

a nice house on Ms place and It Is I1 I lor the winter Mr. Boe. I Messrs! M. C. Hardee and F. N. i I''Webber Miller U pnuiliwil this )year and
predicted that in the near future father of Mr W C. Cartel arrived> 'I II returned Monday night from | Mire: Johnson asixtnt, I I units each unit fitted with the

3'. t. ,' some one will lone a daughter and I I on the same train. HU wit will 1 [ their raotlrns spent In The Ladles .Aid Soclfely gave a5l I perfection dust-proof roller-
I'
there will be a Mr*. O'Berry in the I be here next seek I II 'I' N. C. and Norwalk CoDD.I A.henlle'l l 11'8 cream social 1 mat Friday night, 1

town I Mr. James McComb. lr.. formerly j jcf I Mr. Jesse. Daucherty will close I I Ii for I the "jeiie'lf of the new school. I _______ r bearing door. But well be

M. and Mr*. E..A.. Fcnsell bare Pompaco. but now of Miami. ,i his store the first of November In Miss I. :Miller of Illinois, arrived
1 moved into oar locality and will spent Monday end Tuesday In PomI I|I order that he may attend to his last Wednesday nltht and will spenoh glad to show them if you can

make their permanent home here | ]>ino shipping pine and tending toother I l other buslnesa affilra. He Is now winter h"re. Miss Miller waai or will send beautifully illustrated

( They are now lltlng la a temporary basinea M-l'lng: out the stock of the store ">r>otnt building uctal Mr. Fonaell gets i'!' Mr. Flmincra sad wits bar just I This will leave but the one store t. catalogue on request t

a f his stone dwelling complete Thepeople arrived' from Bartow. tn Boynton but It la understood Mr Mrs Curios ('. .Aver has gone to

, of Naranja welcome Mr. N. D. Cole one bt Pompano's pioneer JI ,j M B. Lrman will Immediately put Jatk".n lIIe. to rift her sister Mrs

and Mrs. Forsnell aad commend I farmers' arrived last night la a stork ft general merchandiseIn Tox fo- sec! 'r,l diyiMn

them to the good people. of the from Boston, when no spent the hla building and ..1'1 be ready for >. Hun-v T Tubbi returned last j _

1 community 'rummeri' trade by the flf-t of next month ..week from a mon'h visit with rel- t
A large arreag of vegetables Is Mill Brantlnc of Tampawho bas Mr-: M. C. Hard"* sent Wednesday Htlve mind friend. r

being planted oa the pine land In been rlfltlng her sister. .Mr*. Joe in Dan la. looking after his l nstness }Ir. Clark Leonardy, woo left here ) 4:
t this locality 1 Mr. Jas O'Berry has Kstes. returned to her home Saturday. ther any In the sumnier his returned ,

{ a fine prospnt: for tomatoes beans j I -. und will at once st..rt a crop of tomato J
I
peppers and egg-plants. Mr. C. Pompano IItlll baa till b.'ldlatrhc **.

t K Graham his tomatoes and beans >om.lr O B. Snell U building The many friends of ReT Ward I j
MUCH I
that are loking fine and Prof. R. a large corn'orta. house H. In- BUILDING AT w.U regret to know that bis condlton I S

I E Hall I* planting S acres In regetablea. cornhted
The Irrigating plant on his -am- to Hf-rlda from Kentucky I" 0

r'.:* la about re.,dy for work from Prim Beach tM weir. I FORT [LAUDERDAIEl ,.r'hf he- 1th. s-r ral months ago

1 Mr. W. F. Miller will pUnt ten M. )of. Smcak to bedding another Mr. 8 M. Altobrock has moved Into .

: acre In vegetables on pin land I cottage to rert ard Meaar Wll-i his new and -oinodIoiia dwelling Q ..rtl

Rev J. It. Walker bas several I 1:ams and French are expecting Lumber -"' I'ev J. R. Rocker tiled ".. retail

c .ere* planted la vegetable also every day for their bouse Vivian Craig Erecting a (Neat -r appo'ntmert here Sunday and ..
o 1/1 Mr. T. N. Gautler U planting egg Mr. Robert Baker bus com downto preached to a large eorgr'gat'on

l>Unt sad tomato He b also Pompano for the winter from Fire Room Cottage.-SeTeral New

preparing to p_t oat a grove and u Vest Palm Beach

now occupying his now "on. Mr*. MeClough and Miss Cite1 Arrivals to Locate-.ReriTal Sei. I F BUDGE

? k It t, generally understood that Howell are ape dins today in Daer- THE EVERGLADESIS

t Mr Donk of Bnena Vista has purchased Held with friends. rices at Methodist Church ;

some land her near Rediand I Harry B. SUnges. of Deerteld.waa

..r PMLorrk-e and will start at to t_ e----- Awa .... (1.1. wr.k. Mr.l ..
once -
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pat oat a (Tore. Hinges owns one of i"h.n argtplnvrle Fort Lauderdale Oct. 2t ]lr. A HAVEN FOR Hardware and Furniture. Twelfth Street. Miami

Mr E. R. Dmv'.d's daughter. from I In Pompano H* baa Jaw Vivian Craig has enter construction ,:(
Jscksonrllla Is vUltlng Mr Darld rtnrned from Mew Tork when h
a neat flr* loom cottag on the
The Silver Palm Literary Society went for the summer.
t& south side of New Riot.Re FARMERWriting --- .
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will give a song service at the schoolhouse Mr. J. W. Ire, of OJua. was In -- -- - -- -
are glad to report that Mrs.
tomorrow evening. town Monday He expects to com
Warren Smith U Improving after a ,
The recent rains bare eaurid the here on the first of November to 111 '
revere ness.
farmers to ret busy setting planta. begin urmlng.
S Mr. and fcrs. C. V. Day and t..o1'l1e
, The Drake Lumber Co. has completed Born to Mr and Mrw. A M.Ham

their large aafmin andre ilton a aon. I dacghters. of New Bmyrnaar- to Mr Mason 8. Moreao.st .

now waiting for some belting before Pine are liking fine. her*. Mr. Tired Inter a. few Mr.days Day ago will to spend tae in Key West. John Dunn a w*:I Orange 6 Grapefruit Trees
engage
It; ; they can commence running their Pample of North" Carolina baa just truck fanning. know engineer employed on tht

sww mill The company will build "DI.beelttlllC out twenty-eri j Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Cherry and plate dredges at Fort Lauderdale ,

another mile of track at one to enable acres Mr. bamr-le ep- eta to buHdand I Mr. Barwlck and baby moved ays of the progress and Micceta 01
them to lire In '"0 h* can suprr i cMcnday
I, -to get plenty of toga Pompano .lIe drainage operations'
u keep the mill running its full vapacIty 'ntetid the wo'k himself. up the smith fork cf N wHirer. Dear dir-1 sot tern on the ant
They go there so ss to benesrer'heir
St has
Mr Turner of Augustine r>f October tad was presented to

Rev J. F. Ludwig of Lemon City lumber on the ground for his newhome i crops. uoveruor Browarda superintendent,. em Florida and Seedless which "
Rev. 8. W. Lazier, presiding reder Grapefruit are bringing the
win preach at the schoof house on Xr Bryan whom I found to be a Standard ,

Sunday next at 11 o'clock and In Onr genial postmaster Mr. Pea- holding: of the revlral Methodist smces Conference here now, Is laa tJ"r. Then I was taken to the prices in the market. Also a full assortment of lead :
rock been ill the fwdays
J the evening at 7 o'clock. bas very past ,redces: and to my surprise 1 ft and
Mr. O.
his
J. Farrow
f Rev S. W. Lawler. presiding elder near com thi-t Brjward had the anent dredges
Oran
lemons
Mlon hardaom launch ing es Limes and
t of the M E. Church Booth will I a new Mr that money can build. Kumquats always on
Farrcw
t5 hold quarterly conference at Silver erpeefs to have his boat The Everglades. a sees dredge Isbe hand
:
for We bud
ready use Lemon
Palm school house the first Saturday Miss early mrt week fnest I ever i-aw. The hall U: on Rough Sour Orange
i Selma
Freedtnrd. of Buyn-
and Sunday I I. Norenoer. MUCH ACTIVITY
n
feet long by 21 feet bam and
Mr. and Mra J'. H. Young bare I too U expected tonight to spend I
the week b fret depth of ho d; tOO horse
f'1f end with frf nds.
moved from Cutler to Drake's mill I Ihd
)fro Frank" Stranahap er engine and < yard dipper. PO"-I
exne-ts to
Mr Wlllam left Ian Monday -
Murray >ller Is a Scotch type. 10
AT HOMESTEAD l 111 Ve
for a TBcatto H. win rtslt lathe where Sunday be for North Carolina orrugated furnace. Ormofruit sad Urn Roots, tie ban Large !fiJH ..... I U w \.""'" ....,....., +b;
to
f' rotten part of the state and ,b* rrt baring been Join Mrs away StriP'rhan. since "There If a comp eTs small hoteln I all of which bar their ad- < the Red Land of U* i tree. from While Fly aa* a. ,

Mum In about three weeks. Peptemter Mr. '- top it each dredge, with plenty vantages when planted up u
and Mrs Strana- cf food for the .. The Homestead Country also .* there la a. Wth Fly In D.4.
Every Train Carries U Few han Intend ti ,,1.lt11.* JametowirxpAsltlcn cr. crew digs landtowhichthearelest I I
!:< before returning to their <>n e bonus of ODe cent and a half adapted W* especially recommend high hammock land our hIor I St. Lade Couatl. r-
borne. ter yard for all o>et 15,000 yards. ford and
high laadnear
Prospectors and Settlers-SmralHew on plu
Sour ta k.
AT THE STATE This month the dredges will dig Prtsi Roots I a* risk In kuythg' nor
Cant. "1
Busby aid family, aboard for tics Miami sad Lemon City
ts.OOO rards each producing beat quality trees .
Homes Going np-Grores In his h-iaitsom* yacht Drugon Tber la dote BbrUtflac
came Also the Indian Rlvr.
on sear
into New RHer Both uredtea sill pass each aide of OrmBgea and w* tat pleaaur I -

REFORM SCHOOL Fine ShapeHomestead. leaving the Mm Thnrs4ar day for Miami.CCTLER morning. if an Hand (called Pug Islavd) la advising oar Fort Pteroa and an tlerefor tree from ether -

I When the dredge roaches there that whore in doubt U.0 patroD'I the a position to f u r I lab trs I dons, of b.* state .,.... thY

COMMETTSWhat will make 28.000 acres of mar..h' klnJ of roots beat adapted to beat adapted to different soil dreaded pat I* gnralbdistributed +:

', I I and the dredges hays drained in their PARTICULAR SOIL. and loeatlona.
Oct J* Hon Herder Inetylays worth $10 ai
t' la Point at This Busy South per acre.
the all around popular hustling CM TowmCutler Thee islands bar! the richest soul I II
!
Health of Occupants GoocIKuyt butlnefts was of, Mode.lo and Oct. ever saw Th* soil Is b ark with i
Z4-Mr J. H. /
his guect. Senator I. N. Withers, of har Young fine shell and Is our feet d.ep.
moved his tautly to Princeton 'I W* also fall
gro.a Use *fKmM
Improvements Being Hade to in It Is worth tot
take county were II.ht.ac the town ar f per acre. Griffing'sPomona
new at Drake mills where I II
this neighborhood WeclQQd&)'. R the Drake It teems !lice l a mistake for the : sad OraMw.taJ reed sJ'PIsfs
: I Premises The Boys an Becoming was the Senators first nut aid hsas In the Lumber Company bus put I elate to sell this land; at $10' pHrre -. I best
t largest plant in Houin: Florida adapted te nest.
/ Skilled ro fvroraoly" Impressed with tn Mr. John The state should drain the
Workmen A.
Addison after
aunty that h* will return again. undeA stay at Cocoanut Grove an ex-U land "nd then rent It for a term of Nurseries Florida' which are fully described

Mr. John Donk and son. of Buena again at Us old home )ears In sam 11 lota so as to give the In our large n'*.

-t '-kt.. are ipUa In cur midst We Tree for the jocr or stall farmer a change.'Brovard 9
'&.; J hop to enroll them oa our llslO. new grapefruitgrove I I. surely doing great I tinted catalogue malted free

Jt Items from the State Juvenile Re.1 l pernnent residents" ( are now of being W. B.set CUne.Tney at came rtockdale from. 'things' r-ere and the s ttl rs are Wholesale and Retail. Phone 129-E poo appltcatloa s;

form tvjiou at MarUana. are Deputy Sheriff Gore) was In th* the 'orklnc: In here with the hoe and
nursery of George L. Taber a(
homestead. country Wednesday oa the MIke va 'on, every farmer I
(. likhed In the Times-Courier, of Mariaana Gigs St. Mary and are a tine oL. .
olficlal business and incidentally aa ee bill money In his pocket. That ,
..' aud from them are extmcteathe I There are 200 Marsh seedless SO
side laiu when chows that farming nays
lollovingTbe : a was Inquiring Duncan and 20 Triumph The I
health cf la the best bunting grounds were. No "'D slant a month the dredge I J'M'4I rn tile history of K. West
oar boys fairly
-'f! gaud now are all able tot one will tell till November 1. melt on the Spades' grove at Perrln sill) be where they can die CO 000 HARD FIGHT BEING They made splendid elf'>rtSertrsl ,.
tw Tla9 Is
of fln color and the trees AGED
: ktudy U reboot half the day and Mr M. E. Spencer, of Palm Beach fall I that)many branches have are U b so aids a 1\11"nIb. .eb. I'd If Oorerror others have spoken In NEGRO DIEDDFF10RE

I a vrk the other half thu develo.,- I !left for his horn Monday after avery propped up to prevent them from* Broward. can keep them at Ib.sllfe"Dt enureJies.th.i Methodistand

[. lag mind and body at the same ttmOur *. pleasant \ldt to his brother breAking. work fry mine year more he will Baptist pa-tin and ennirrMOtlons -

r. ,, Mr M. F. Spencer, of Sliver Palm The. t-stnffie. at t nt1.. t... train 400' 000 acres of the finest MADE IN MUN-- m.'k JIB'things lively and hiterestlag. -

r trustees ate baring some | .'..:...._-. ben d nitbutM;. Duval- n.t-Is land that can be found In Florida" a W.h.vo good prmpeelat .i

rake and sea-needed plumllng Mr. U. M. GrenncH returned on at the Homestead UU. n where be present" of carrying Monroe e >. ,!
abort visit with TAIXFIUV iNJEREDMr. 'ty ,)ry.
Wednesday from a
done with
cote now an appropriation -
is building a new store there
granted by. the Legislature for I his friend. Mr. T. A. Feaster of and i
he .1:1: more his family later. ROE CO.By I
aegis Improvements They will soon the Magic ClljfMr I Dr. S. H. Richmond who baa a \\'ilUam Fnirarrl OolliskmFrrm Hurt tai a Bicycle I PLK.ISURE T.\CIITSWyamome OF HEART

.1, t erect a steel tank and provide frt J CTiarles rlnmmer was a paaI real estate office In Miami has been I II
protection. They bar also made a hearer on Monday's train for a few I .
I
spending' most of the time during ( Frldur Dally) I and Stroller, Are Now e.
contract with Mr. Moor to erect days recreation" In MUml.
I
tee past week at Cutler He 1s expecting Early this I Rowte te Meal ----
afternoon. Mr Wll'lam
i ; kom otaer buildings Were it Mr Prick: Wiggin returned from several families for
N not for the lack of apnea I would Lemon City Monday where n* has lrmanerit residents new I FKtsnrd. bookkeper In the Rank of the Prohibitionists Who I ,
; like to write a sketch on every boy teen to look after his orange grove I Bay.., Biarayn r -elved a -Inful In- ( From Mondrys Dally: ) FeU in the Road Hear Boat at Hal., 1I

In this school but I will mention I Mr B. Fitzpatrick has reeelrd a LEMON! CITY NEWS ITEMS rv by rolll4ing with his Red the Gaining Ground aDd:. Confident of i The Wynn Om". a handsome Utlicl
bicycle while lendale
t" cnly a few just DOW. Of course.Orady I: fine mile fnm MUml and la very I man on way UIVe I While Returning Treat -
a.wer boat Is lied at Corbetl'w.UK
Golden foremsn.of the brick Iu.r with his crop. He U shipping The scat I I : bsnk Success in the Approaching Elec. up t.I t.*
for
II the Methodist k for
church a short stay before
I it seems that! )fro Funard waiTl'Mng maamI I Work-Autlioridts Investigated :;
tard, who to now OB probation draw- eggplants and pepperThe \b
arrived
Monday and at I her
were once lelnoMr when Mr. Reed ILl vojage to Miami. This craftis
lag a nice salary, U one of the moatroPQI.r !! sympathy of the community tion-.Rousing Meetings
a set up. co all who fco to church Sunday cam along on his wheel at a gd 'I : from New York but started on But Inquest Dnnecessary
young men ID the state today Is extended to Mr and Mrs WHeat will .
t He d lke be comlortsble On Tuesday rut*, end h' Ing Table to avert a ihU trip from AKiander Bay, corn- I
justly <
aerres praise by the death of en* of their twin the
new eats for tee Baptist
I ('()11J')'loD. the two wheels cam tore lot the entire distance> under heri
the papers are airing him But baby girls -
church arrived They hare been 'her fore I ... n Mr. 1
with treat knocking power Joseph Wynn *
there are ethers her that wm in a Mr. W. F. Miller and Mrs.Shaffer la their I
arranged
places and greatly' totem men off end tra'tulag Then Is thus owner, and Capt. Vann is ta
: one
every Indication that th'trohiblUon i
too
little time be popular! Among of Miami, wen pleasant callers I
Improve tie looks as well aa tie From Tuesdays
of Mr. Fuisard knees command The boat 1e57 feet In Dally
the bt scholars in the school aye la oar rielnlty Thursday. Mr.Mll- comfort of the chnrA.Mr Dr..la..lrI I! Campaign In Monro-? I I
r I! eon and Oraml-Tig >t oratenmmo.d 1 length beslP S feet draft 4 feet. 4
Harry Sturtea, Herman Hall ana :>r owns a saleable plate near Naracja J. E. Pendleton expects to were county will be one of' .he llerlleit I An aged a'Cr" eamej Wilsoa, ,.- #.
Mr. the U driven
end Furxard taken 41
by
Paul Bethel. The** boys, thoughyovag aid Is having an Irrigating leave for New York tomorrow where In the ttate. Th* prohibitionists a horsepowerengine Idlng at HalUndJle dropped deed
to be able In a to Us h"me. where the injury No ; The \\.DJ\Mme will make
ought oompar-I j plant put In he will purchase a fine lot of newraids I realize that late venter Jay afternoon by tile rJJiO
aUvety abort time to uses Mtr-d etientlnn I : their pruposltlon wenbe the trip to Miami from her rra 1:
Mr. Williams tn
private secretary for ft la store I(I Mr 1"t_ difficult to solve the -. ";itle to .
rertlftcatea. Among the boys that Ftirurd 'nffers ly and and on that ac canal route.The to route his boa j
I!I Mr. W. J. Krom, was here togs Mr James Zumwalt will work In I
will be laid for several weeks. ii'unt they slit tearno stone antuned Stroller. horn his
are besoming knifal workers w. I' few days looking after th. litter's Pendleton's store during his ab- up a natty looking aus- work. f
would mention tile one above business Mr. Krom. boa a fine trace.IH or effort undone, and they Illary is also In tort. baring dropled in r"' pone to telegrams saying "
tad tadui John 1.0w. Barbo Can I| homestead and orange grove near FTH OF MP". Stwt'0.A'f are meeting with most grattMngsuccess I 1 author In mid stream. A little to come op ago held aa Inquest r:

Bill Jobnam. George Tharp PeterFemaidet. l/oTSrstead. 3fOW MAXAGFTlMIAMI *CFP ATOM.IX I and the probability of rie- I later In the ae..ou the bay U I 4 i berlfr Frohock and warty Judgwlleycer .

Jim Kent Carl MareumEreret II'I i Every train brings In prospectors SHOE COMr I I Urv A letter from Key West I believed. will be crowded by yachts I : chartered an automobile
Prom Satire's" THllv) I says:
Laugh and onerFrom i attracted her by the knowledge
I for hnmesteda. which are reltligss .. ihnornlug sad went up ta HaVI
yr" !S:.,,"<. IIn eMerlr woman W* are baring a lively time over that the '
tt a moral standpoint, then scare aa the proverbial bees V. A Rutherford U now raan- Inland water way In now : I m<1ale.but arriving there aad learning :
t'f'tI'd nt of 1a "Imi. rt'e+l last nlct-t.t I II her In t'SDp.lp. Hons W I
our
are s* bon her that stand higher teeth aging the bustaess of the M'aml! open to Key West from St. AaCUIl the farts snrrnundlag the death ..
tier hnn>. at that nine. A racket I H Malone aad JS Browne have
than George Tharp and Jim Ksstb I Mra. Wlrginton. gr. has ordered Shoe Co In hH dtfr.. Rutherford :'I : B l tine ,.f .tb- term. aa Inquest was et....
was -t this mnrnlns Iwr Uni 1 er. 'hoth spokes to crowds
: large
ff "t very ,
of Jackar county,ty Herman Hall J I lumber net win ros bogie th* U thoroughly experienced taicompetent : .1 l nnnecedkary aa It WM elevtyulent ;
.taker Rung and the Iatermcatwillbe I'th* Urges that have been
t of JaeksonvinS IcrscUa of, a comfortable bom. U this line of business I'I ever :I I Mr Hsrrr A Steele bas return)* d-MHCI had died frwss. 3
at Dents this afternoon galbcred at time
.v I p 11 I any for any par- I I from a visit to Ohio heart fall ore.'PR1I .j

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;HATS i.i WAS PAINFULLY of Politicians to Reform in Currency




: Uncertainty


,. INJURED A Thing That Has Been Needed For a Long Time-Late


1 Gossip From Washington Law of Human Affairs


We're p.epajed to show (From Wednesday's Dally)

Frr-i Brinkerhtff a -aroenter.as .

you all the new shapes very pal'ifully but not seriously j I I

ut by ore Gus Newbock: during an | Washington, Oct. SO-The iwrious t ttay where It 1* rent Of |

r of fall & witer hats fromfollow'g altercation about 1 o'clock this ar- money panic In W all street has called I bringing it home mould' nut coun.1 I the suitor were certain of the success of ,

trmoun near Uller.dorff's market on I much a* building one new battleship IF
the attention of politicians to .I.II
Avenue D.Witnesses. but then there would be a I his cause, courtship would be a dull affair.It .
manufacturers that should have been settled .
thing
to the affair and pre 1 great temptation to fix up a freak it certain that
I were always result 1
a given
r r- reeding cunentes state that at the last session of Congress. That I Atlantic squadron once the old one

Brtnkerboff was drinking and had ia the reform of the currency. This mss out of the way and the heel would follow)] a given cause human affairs

vised In the presence of a lady or Is a subject that has been brought of It wan felt. "
John B. Stetson & $4.00 $5.00 would lack zt-st1!
Company to i L-
Happily
U.iles. Newbeck remonstrating with tap at almost every session for a Heron the squadron starts on M certainty only a

No Name Hat Mfg. Co . . $..00 to $3.50 him for his conduct. Brinkerhoft i umber of ysars put aDd that last long journey the crews of the shipswill word-while uncertainty is a la*-a condition
t went off but returned soon afterward |I jear came within a measureablelUntance have to be largely recruited

Hawes Hats . . . . $3.00 and rushed at Newbeck. As of being enacted Into law It will take about two thousand men leavening all)) human effort. That you will

the men met Newbeck cut BrtDk.r110ft I Since the serious panic of the past 'o bring the squadron up to Us full
Caldwell & Company . . . $1.00 to $2.50Sewelis reach appointed destination
your on ,'
with a knife. inflicting a gar few days the need of action has strength and at the rate that naval your

under the rirht arm and another in has been accentuated and perhap recruiting Is going on now there Icu next street car ride is not a certainty. It i is t
the left bread over the heart this session something definite will question whether this em be

Policeman Stephens, who was be done. done In time. It seems rather a probable; it is likely; but the chance is always X ,f

rear at hand at the time of the Senator Elklns just after a long pity that the young men of the there that will That -
trouble placed both men under ar- j talk with the President raid that country do not know what a career something prevent. a t

rest. Brirkerhoff was taken to tht'o'llce '1 there would be a cvrrency bill Introduced the navy offers to them if they want certain sort of advertisement of a store will -

of Dr. Gramltng. where hH i I early In the next tension to enlist and work up to the full

wound were sewed up. while Newbeck and while he did not say specifically possibilities" of the service. The pay produce a logical and expected result is not

was' carried to Jail but afterwards I that It would have the backing 01( of the enlisted! man la small at the always certain. It is probable and likely. -,

itleartd on ban. Later on the Presided, that Is tolerably start to be care bat It Includes

lirinkerhott was also taken to 'Jail. j I well understood. The Senator said hard and lodging and at the 'end But some combination or circumstances may =

I what is quite true, and that is that of the month the enlisted man lathe
FIR V. B. McII.LVtlVE I the panic was due more to business navy usually has more money intervene to prevent the complete ult hoped ,

Clothing Store HERE FOR WINTER' I prosperity than to business depression. than the man who baa been working for. The element of chance which enters t

This sound paradoxical but for day wage. on shore Then there
Mr. V.B. Mclllvalne. a well known It I II true. The business of the are various road to extra money ae inti newspaper advertising is a small)) one it a

fish >exporter operating here la the I country has been Increasing during signalmen gun pointer and the
is but it is there it is
true else
west coast as everywhere
later time and on the the past few year* at about the like, all of which work pay a bonus

In the summer Is again In the city I rate of J9 per cent per annum. The over the regular salary. When a in life; those who look for certainty will fail j
to spend the winter. His fleet. Increase In the real money ha. been toy ho been

which sailed from Tampa several (I only about S per cent and tnl leaves .. of three vears through, he can one work enlistment up rapIdly sometimes to find it. The merchant who ad-

: day ago. Is now In the channel an not come to port until a catch be bridged In with credit. When
I education
ary and application Ul
.. of Spanish mackerel has been made. the credit of the community wblchI knows that the "Law of
.
.. 'Capture" j l Is quite possible for him to beIng ..a... Uncertainty" operates -
..
then
i
confidence) shaken
only : from $50 to ITS a month beside '
in his favor and Nine
FIRE DEP"ARTMF.\T I there U trouble. his board aaj lodging at the end Ninety Times

1. / RE-ELECT. OFFICERSThe The proposal' for a more elasticcurrency of ten year*' service, and there Ualways WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE. ,
a* framed at the last see-
the certainty of
a life Job If
I
lire department'bu reelected the
of CoDVallowf'4
Men
be wants It and
a pension at the retirement
.
o'fieers) for the coming year Dan hanks that needed It to Issue additional -
t Hardle being named for chief; C.' to large age.
note circulation up a With the Increase la the
ofelectricity
One, of the Incidents 01 Recent State Encampm't in Which J. Wilson. asMntant Charles chief: ; Fergj FrankO'Belrne I' percentage of their capital stock. aid the necessity use for
secretary: circulation was to be tax-
This note
high prartlca' mechanical ability la .. .
-- -- -- -
t' captain. hook and ladder; Wm. when the -- ----- -
eon that -
ej rather heavily ro
the Local many branches of
the
Company Figured Conspicuously service thebrighter
will\
:k Lucas, marshal. These officer banks And no actual need of it they
>' i be certified to the rlty council l at iti I would be glad to retire It and thusencape yocnger men are often
picked cat of the
by the
navy big
first meeting In next month for ap- the tax. But rhea real money -
corporations at
good
A pointment. I was wanted aa It war la New I not a* large of court salartes.lhoagh aa some of I GENERAL DIRECTORY I t1
--
I r i JUk tor tk* boy of DeSoto! Soto had landed. There war nothing ONLY ONE LEGAL I York early ir: the week the basks their officer* get oa quitting the .

For the ones who fought so f'1sto do but to hUe, and Captain PAPER FILED TESTERDAx would have been only too thankrai'to ': service for civil life. Then there 1* .f

:They= .. tk* raid and cap- Jlbb ordrrrd them to take refuge pry any reasonable tax on U tf the chance for a commission if aa

-- tared Fort Dad. In a paint house on the dock.Here (From Thursday's DailY they could have gotten It. The principal enlisted man wants to work for Ita STATE OFFICERSJevemor COnrTTCOCBT

I1t&Ia for tk* boys of DeSoto. the boy were held prisoner There was but one legal paper reason that no action baa been there are a regilar cumber open
In the put has
l for more than an hour but their filed In the clerk's office yesterday. taken been that on currency It was so easy to pat off. to Akng competition with this each year. . Napoleon B. Broward Allen B. H.-.er. ... ... Jade '
captors didn't know It. though there question of a naval
,* I 1 U being a warranty deed maJe %y of state.a Clay Crawford
"- Tb folowlag ia aa account of the ass only a half Inch between them. But the recent sharp lesson Is apt career it Is Interesting to notea Secretary IIlamI.
C. K. MeLendon Is favor of Mrs
f ;capture of Fort Dad by on* potUoa.of I tit make the legislators get busy. care that happened lathe attorney General ... W. H. Ellis R. R. Taylor Prosecuting .
the First and Second Regl- An excursion: from Braldentown i St. B. Harden, the consideration being I There Is talk now about ending recently Treasurer .... ..... W. V. KaU .at&"FMIaaL ,
There
,.' '- nwsiU. F. S. T.. ta aaaaal eacamp- happened tons at this time and u fSOO. for Iota 13. la. 17 ana 'the battleship squadron to the Pacific army. was a young felIcw Comptroller ........ A. C. crones
there mere ladles aboard them 1C of section :SS. SI ac enlisted man In the Signal Terns, first Monday U January
sncaC.ad fa which Company L, many township : and leaving it there la Definite Com. of Agrtcnltar. B. C:. MeUa '
Service
n flocked\ to the end of the dock oath, 41 east who was detailed on workIn AprtL July and October
rang Superintendent Public laatrnotloa -
/: MmlallUfle*, figured moat coup I ly. Whither It is brought back will connection with the
wireless tel-
giving the'ankeoao to them pri*- i ... .... W. H. HoflowayAdjutant
S and ,r
T depend largely oa Cong/esa ecraph. He lid
f a natural mechanical
-
untie their opportunity to escapeand URIGHT PROSPECTS FOR General .. J.C.R.FoaUrfeat OOVXTT
'I 'Companies L. K and D werei partly on tho President It I* inspected and electrical OFFICERS.
bent and did
they made good the opportunity. BIO VEGETABLE CROP ex- Examiaer .. Ernest Amos
atsttoaed would not
at Fort DeSoto. Mallet that the President
rellent
While the two oOeeni and six into work. He was sent ap to state Chemist .. . .. R. E.: Rose
Key about thirty-twc miles down I be displeased If the squadron were Alaska something over a Probate Judge ... Anew B JleyserTax
acre ponnM up In the paint shop Reports from an parts of the year ago Office, Tallahassee .J'\\., ,
:t'r Tampa Bay' Compatles D and K the ten aboard the boat sncc ?de4 county In.l'cate that there will\ bean I left !in the Pacific sod a new fleet fn connection with the wireless installation Assessor . Go*. O. Butler

froca Ft Myers and Daytona respect In getting ashore and soon came to- unusually large acreage planted 11'\I lit to take Its place In the Atlan and while he wa there Tax Collector ... Tkoa. 3. Battles r!

':If sty OB Egmoct Key. about one gether.rapt. I I In tomatoes and other vegetable n.m cost bout a million te wa picked rp by one of the big STATE: COMMISSIONS Treasurer . .".. Gen O. Carrie '

;:, asd aaIf 'mile* southeast from IJbJb with his eight this season. All planters are now I ana half to send It to the Pacific commercial electric concern and I* County Clerk ...... Z. T. Murrttt ;

'/\. pallet Key 1s Fort Dade. and Lieut. Bromler with lab( set men.out I busily engaged la setting out seedbeds : find there will be no money now drawing a wary of ".000 a Board of Tnntss.. Internal Improvement Sher-if. Joka frekcek8apC t.+
'
1" to accomplish what they had been and putting out plants and Bales available to bring It horn till Con- year. Not very bad as a rUe from rand: Th* Ooverner. of Public lastraotkw ..

.. corn'panfss ordered to do. or b! captured. I i unforeseen conditions arise I grin appropriates some. It It an enlisted man at 112 a month Comptroller. Treasurer. ... ... .. ... .R14HaB i iFish

kf SeeooJ Regiment It was the Plan>> The tramp to the enemy's he season win be a highly profitable falls to do this the squadron win ui board .Attorney General and Commisstoner and Came Ward** .. WJfJimO
camp
('th. war department to have these one. of .A tcaltare. .
was without event they succeeding i{
.. forts attack each other either by Beard of Education The Oeveraer. -
In running the lines anj Eniope. are merry clergymen : COCTTT COMMISSIONERS*
t ,day alght U..t.-<:oI. Parklng- unchallengedWhfn ; IiR FULLER TAKEN NATIONAL .
or
the Browler command reached PURITY and soclolloglcal .worker who ape Secretary of State. Attorney I a
J' eon of Dayto-a.wa placed ia corns SUDDENLY ILL known General.TrasareT and Superintendent -
the lyre\ romD1&n4t'rs"ltatlon.. throughout the civilized Geo.
B. Baker chairman .
.
Col. Sbu-
tnaad of Fort DeSoto. and of Public Instruction. ry
Y '-.." Orlando wa la command of heavy firing was beard to the left ( From Mondays Dan,. I worlj. Father Heary, who appears .. R, L. Wall .. . ... .. OjaaC. }
and this Is when upon tonight's U foremost
the enemy wa I CONGRESS SESSION program W. McPherson.Staatt
V, Fort Dade. Rev. N. B. Fnll', rector of Trinity Board ef Pardons: TIle Governor
the Catholic
caught I na sack. Instead of tearing among priests of the A. Lee Allen------------ Miami
VI :"From the first day preparations Episcopal Chnreh.... taken sid- Secretary of State. Attorn.y -
county :n the moral
reform
their
lD
camp protected emcee nun yemf'nt. A. T Carter .. Coeoaaat GroveAttorney.
J? was made for tie! attacks and the 11.. ordered ta the front as a boat ,I deny ill yesterday morning during I Mr*. Florence Kelley of New General and Commissioner R. H. Seymour Miami
'climax J'O"IIcbe.l when part oft the service and wa compelled to of Agriculture.CXITED .
was : York will
|' hirh war supposed to be the ne- i Battle Creek. Ukh..Ot't.U-WItIt speak on "Wkges. Totes BOARD Of PVBUC IMSTRCCTIOJC "
I and F of Tort Dade close the service '*
companies u.y'r transport was sighted (ant I. meeting of the executive com- and Morals. In which she will eon- W. W. Farts chairman .. Miami :
Fort Dot -
*A tried to effect a landing on 25th. In reality U 1Ias) but on that transmrt '' Y4.CHTSSCEX PREPARINGFOR '1 1j mitten and preparatory and Jevotional rider the economic and political asf.rcla : STATES SENATORS Herbert A. Peaaoek . Neptaa f'l'
Sota oa the sight of the | I
'- ; | wan. only one lone soldier la rxtrtlse* the National Purity of the movement. Evangelic J.R.Aatkoay. ar. West Palm Bach ;
A BIO
The enemy iron Dade) was dls-t I the shape of Adjutant Thompson ot j I SEASON John R. Roberts of London will '
} Congress opened Its sessions in Iiat fame P. Tallaferro ..JacksonvilleStephen R. E. Han clerk .. . Miami
'- turned steaming down the bay at Fort eDSoto Brorsicr's command I I Ij ; tell of the treat: work accomplishedby
As the fall advance the tie Creek today.: Distinguished rellglous. R. Mallory. PensaooiaCXITED
about 11 o'clock, but were lost sight i iV j nucreiftifd In (fxtalni entrance to activity the Alliance of Honor, the larg-
charitable
.C *ntO the men were seen runningt !i{ the tire commander* station and a* among yachtsmen increase and now educational &1'4t'OC'lalo.l'al i I rot purity society In the world for CITY OFFICERS

} ,oowa the 4.'Cof the quarartlnetuttoa all th officers In command of the i they are all busy preparing theirtafta authorities from all young men. Anthony ComsUKk the STATES CONGRESSMEN' ?
i ( for early use. They, like all I parts of the country sre preaent
about S.St o'clock in the I Fort were there they were plaCf'CJuDd..r other, anticipate a big season. A and will address the congress Jur- famous anti-vice crusader will also Mayor . .... ... John Sewed c

t BtomJag I arrest and ordered to surrender I targe number of yachts are now en, Ing the seven days of Its session. I tell of his work. flnt District .... Frank Clark Clerk .. Med R. Kl"aa ( ,
Lieut Dark in which they did."Wben I With such aggressive reform andrfiixioua Treasurer. .
'Immediately tc this port a ny other Amorg those who speak this evening Jasper .. .. Bea B. Hinton
xwwrmsBd of the outpost In that dl- I the major In command of"will:' test little late are Mr*. Anna Sloan Walker national leaders In conference for Assessor ? .... Jan F. JaadM '
a arrhlng; Second District ... S. M. Sparkma
;''"' ractioafl sent In s warning that theft I the battery surrendered Musician I early In Jfcnuary. ,[ chairman of the Woman's I an entire week, :U U expected\ that Tampa. I Attorney . Redmond B Canter

enemy was In P2.:4a'd send mreUfoetoments Chase who 11 i* *Ith Brosslcr, fired I Prohibition Club of America and the congress will accomplish much third District .. .W. B. LanarMontlceJlo Marshal . . Frank B Hard** '
was I the signal and the reel of the de WILL CONFIRM II the Rev Father J. M. Cleary. of of value toward the solution of Physician Wm. 8. Gramliag. If D. '

V'at, out with Company L, andtesobed I tall fired upon the fort. At this IX CLASH f\DMpoU.: who will discuss! 'Chris- man of the social economic and Sanitary Inspector R. B. N.Uom

the Bring lice just as. the time Capt Jlbb had Juvt mad for I' EPISCOPAL CHVRCTIBishop [ tlon Purity In tbe Christian Home." IKTsonal problems which lead to Municipal Judge ? J... T. Sander

'owtpon war about to retreat with the Colonel's tent loklng for thecolor I f'I I' The vice and result ia the. so-called STATE: SENATOR Engineer ..... Job 8. Frederick
under
<*V "lao re-enforcetnent' Ueat Clark I but the Bring from Broadens 1 William Crane Gray, of the anrplce congressls: of the being National held Purity "crime waves" by printing full and Supt. of Street John D Ooomaai

.* % 'ass able to hold his position ana detail attracted the attentionof I L the Episcopal Diocese of the Southern i Federation an association having inflaming details of outrage will be llt District Brrvard. Dad asa Chief Fire Dpi . Du HareM

V kept the enemy In check. Ueot. an officer who secured the col- : mill Missionary District ot Florida for Its object the affiliation of all con ldert.-d at length. St. Loci. Fred. M.Hndaoa, Miami F. H. Wharton .President. Co.a.U

.' Broser' was seat sat with a aqasJ I am and hid them The boys of Fort i arrive in the city tomorrownlfht organitatlons in America that Among the organizations represented AlderpoenJ. E. Lammas. W.
D support but Dade and: Sunday will confirm a j i are pt the congress are the Woman's
H. Challl
r'.1 Compnay as a appeared he stampeded by : J. O. Croslaad. J.
class of candidates | promoting purity u the life of the
at the MEMBER HOUSE OF
Into action aa the the that Foal morning Christian Temperance talon Society C.
tern got enemy new DPSoto had Isndd :i individual and In social relations. Tucker L B. Padgett. Joka
''** *%as bejten' before he could react -. a purtT and from then on no service In Trinity Episcopal Cbnrtt.Epedal [ : The federation 's and I for Suppression of Vice, American REPRESEXTATTVESI : B. Row; T. E. Oea ....
non-eectartan j jI
.: the Urine lint. The enemy by mak- one seemed salons<< to recapture the I preparation have been it* members include Catholic. Protestant I Woman Suffrage Assoclatton.Natlon. Board of Pahlle Works T. N. r 1Oantler
'* nark movement eiponed kin fort from Oo>30l made for the oceaalon and special I .*! Filen.ls Society, Christian Endearor
lag a
and ajcnostlc Its growth !' W. Watson ...... Miami ehalrmaa. C. D Leftler. -
|. left Hank to the defender cf Fort "A boat was seat to Dade and music: *IU be sung during the *erTice. 1 Society, Epworth Leagne.Na- W. W. Proat. O. D. Brosler *-
the Jut
during has been
; DtSoto ned reaMilrg! that they were.whipped Capt Jibb and Browser's command I The Bishop will be preaent year ftf7npld j' tional Child Labor Society International clerk. 14
and Its minion I
at the now being: FISH COMXIS6IO.TERBf. 4-
morning service
ordered halt boarded only. Helping Hand Society, Ro.alI
without
> CantJandoa a being halted and I .
fully recognized by all religious and'
for decl lon. The en- aloved ta team Templar Sunshine Society. Alliance t
uaad asked a bare to their quarters I reform bodies.B. I
J* cuy war ordered to remain in the though<< there were only sixteen GREAVES 8 Stead well of L.Cro.sewis.Rla .. ,i' of Honor and National Council of Y. twyler ... New Smyrna CITY BOARD OP TRADE: t

y position they bad halted and when men from DeSoto.whlle on the dock SUCCEEDS president of the federation and Is Jewish Womf'n.V. .. I. C. Rug .. .... Apalachleola

he umpire| arrived they decided: from which they railed, there wa W. W. Front . .. .. President
; IbM with two ratrfd Ore guns .aaJ elgbty-cix of Fort Dade's soldier*. officials presiding at the congress Other \ ., PRFSFVIED: RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSR. J. C. Keller . 1st Vtc-Preideat ?r
:are Dr. Howard Kelley of
aa equal number on th- firing line officers end men. HENRY W. MERRill Baltimore first vire,president the j WITH nfurriFtij FLAG I J. I. WUaoa Vlcc-PreaUeaC:

Ik. enemy would have been com- -This clcsed the war aM as DeSoto Itev. Dr. Sylvanus Stall of PhilsIrlphia ; I : Hudson Burr chairman .. G. Dunena Broader . Secretary '

jc ret-ly wired out therefore the ilerkUoa hat won two of the three battles The Walton correspondent of the . .. . . Little RiverJ. I si dor Cohen . .. .. Treacar1
second vice-president Mrs.
? was glen to Fort DeSoto that wan wheduled they returned Rre Wood-Allen ; Et Lurle Tribune thus to-is I of aa L. Morgan . . .. Jasper I Board of Governors 8. Bob I

J* -" "Tker were many enrirratnlat'on! 1ftm.tlh fbe victory! that rightly :: A* Manager of the Royal Palm Prooklyn, recording swretury.Chapman: Miss or iut.. Ideal heretofore unknown hereKrHiy a. C. Dunn, clerk . Madlsoa Dean John W. Watson, Isldor \l

.'. 'glees t to Ueut Clark and Capt.Jao- belongs: to them. Hattie Dirkson. Mllflballto.n. la. I wa a tae of much excitement Office*: TaUah.FlL Cohen T. V. Moor
Hotel.-Mrs.
4'floe. eapxctally as he reached theYI I Greaves Comes (From arrnponding; secretary; Carolyn as the 'Miami Rifles" were to I .

art'g line within three minutes aft WORK {rMK\CFT> OX AJcazar at St. Augustine Oelsel Battle Creek, treasurer The lase through en root to Mullet I.- FEDERAL OFFICERS COUNTY, DEMOCRATIC

tft reefcrcenjents were asked for MAXWELL RKSIDEXCEFrcm advisory board Includes Anthony land near the nest eoastwhcre they COMMITTEE '

As one of the U. S. Army Instruc- Corasto, the Right Rev Dr. .m- would go 'into camp two w *luJ.)1f Commissioner. Fred. H-RandJr. :

'4 foes ..IJ..1t was done beautifully ( Wednesday's Daily eel Fallows, Evangelist J. Wilbur
".aU during the engagement the Work has bean commence on The report that Mr Henry W. Chapman Rabbi H Plerira Mendes, the qnl rly .boplnc to get a glimpse 8. INSPECTOR IMMIGR.\TI05 Wm. A. Filer, chairman Lemon City !

S Wg aearch light from Tort DeSoto the new R D. Maxwell\ renldence In Merrill wily l not manage the Royal Juge Ben.Lindsay ud others of Walton's favorite son, Reginald W. Vaughn Howard . MiamiC. George P. Bull see'y-treaa.. OJns)
equally -
oa the enemy thereby eipos- Ft. Dallas Park and one of Palm Hotel: this season la confirms I 1'.1kn01l\ V. T. Waters, who has enrolled I"J 8. CV8TOM COLLECTOR I, Henry Stynviana . .. Rtuart '

relayed position to the outponrbVjp. he KM.cmniodlous la-attractive I I oy the following from the St. Augustine 411 of the n.delegates; will be entertained the Interest of Uncle Sam. They H. T. Ferris . . Miami F. M Powell . ... .Jupltor t4

'elf Fort DP% to." home In the city when completed I I Rectrd; free of expense ?t the Battle were not disappointed although I. F. Woodworth . . InspectorC. Geo. W. Potter .Went Palm B *ck i
Th.. time was very brief R. H Rousseau .. Boyato
? -- many friends of Mr. Joseph Creek Sanitarium the barely enough -
't' The following bt.Satnrda.CoI. P. as gnestr.of for tte flag I w. W. Snell .. . .. .
'Parkinson derldt he would try andcapture SEINICT8 AT BfKXA I I Greaves will learn with regret of J H. Kellogg. presentation which tookplace 8 LAND OFFICE Pompano
'T VISTA AND LITTLE RIVER that he will not be located: In St.Augustine One of the most Important snbe | Immediately. No set form John S. Sandy . .. .. Delray
: Fort Dade and for that par- could be J. F. Saxon . . ,.
observed but DeerteM
this the
'. |M..* he 4al'ed Capt Jlbb of Com- I I winter be having ) -? On Sunday next the octave of been transferred' to tile management congress I* that of conservative and performed by little Miss Madge GaJo vUle.W. E. T. King . Fort Lauderdale
Ueat Bros- *
and
K
&, Vr away" of Company(Daytona U
onVor told to pick out I rbnrrh Buena Vista, will be heldat has so long been Identifiedwith traction In sexual physiology an I Indeed proud of their first capture GalaecvUle. C. D. Leffler . . Miami
were
4 o'clock\ Service* will be held I the Alcazar in the capacity ot hygiene aid moral education In the The reecnd' l Important event was tbe i W. W. fart Coeoaaat Orov*
.e. ,daisof the best men of their rIIi' It St. Andrew's Church Little, River manager that the patrons of this home the school and by physicians Invarlon by the forage squad when SUPREME OOCRTH I C. l .. ... Silver Palm

L: ** rpectlv capture Fort romnanle Dade*Ga and the proceed way over to I, at 10'JO o'clock Holy communion popular hostelry will miss him keenly I and ministers. boxes and bundles pasted Into their i E. H. Klrkmaa . .. Cutler

and sermon. All are invited. Mr. Creates has a large circle The white slave traffic will\ prwsession content unknown. Thminu" P1 wtlJcott..4 to be made by boat.Cai- oeeupvsa r Taylor .. .. Chief Justice
of friends In this city who will be '* wer3 all to short the irate CTTT EAFXTTTTE:
% tarn Jibk detailed Ueot, Brossl.rwith entire session and every proof A.....-,.te Justices: F. B. Carter. OOMMTTTE
I WILL cimvI M.ACIIINERT sorry to learn that he will D10Dc' I will be of"r" that there U a thorough was !soon on It* way and the littleepisode I
.
> kH eight men to captude the W A. Hocker. R C. Cock-
t Battle Commandtrs fire station I TO NEW ORLEIN er be located here As yet, the !ly organized and systematic was like: a passing dream rell T. at Skaekleford J.B. : H. F. Atkinson .. .. . Ckatrmaa ,

wish controlled the fort, whithe I rtfcevaor to Mr. Greaves has not trace In girls thereby they are at- ----.- Wlnfield.SETEXTH. A. E. Heyser .. . Sec'y-Troaav
I NY',1"_. :.ncniance under I I urea announced.:. I WILL OPEN A FIRST $
wo.id endeavor to capture' the col I ', sally sold Into vice, sad that this John C. Gramling. Frwrk I.Morse. .
*t Ue enemy. writers' agent !has ecgaged the With the retirement of Mr. Merrill traffic extends throughout the conn- CLASS REST \l'R.'-\T JTDICUL CIRCUTTlnor I Harry C. Badges "..tV.
tOct,, Benner schooner George' A. It likely there will
Larry w very be aronslJerable tty and foreign Ian4 Conrad Senmld. the well\! kaowa
; f1* -The two details left Fort DeSoto now ta port to load the machinery change also la the
r Other seniors will be devoted tnlejrlolatlve caterer. Is
busily engaged preparingto <* S. Jm< .Judge
at .:*! o'clock and arrived at theesemy's and certain ether article salved staff of the Royal Palm.Mr.Oreavesselecting mattersjaw enforcement, ea I I. rxtTLAeIRBarry
a first
open class restaurant" on Tltnsvtne.
K > dock at 1:11. Capt. Jibb from the dl ti eased
steamer IA.eD.nel
anj bringing here kin
social disease, rescue work and Avenn D, opposite the postofflc. loan C. Jones .. State
,' aad Ue.t Broader *>4 six tad carry It to New Orleans the ow*> assistants. The retirement of kladr-d topics. sad lane AttorneyOrlando. C Budge .". .. MlaantC. '
to
.wteeeeded la landing baton A P aroetaO. & original of JeatUaOoa. expect th* ram la operation .
peat Tke Mn Merrtn will be
... regreted genieally Amorg 'la a few days. The reetaa- (. T. Merrttt ... .... ... Clerk .
+. or th* out post of tk* I loading wil be.comnMaced at oac aa he war popular with the speakers anraac"o"otJI.7r::= rut win be I S. UFB HATDTO SEXTTCZ
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conducted: la a thorough B e a Tatta
t,y. toes cap tkelr position oa tk* and tM vessel snot away. ,Ii a.few people of Miami who had come to radvdtag the leading e"eial reform.n ly first clam
S\. dock .wker* the booys of Jvrt'Dtr :dart. look him aa OM of tkenv. >aanr. Mr. 8ekanidstOtty Teresa tat Monday ta Mare and B. B. Bkaw. .... ..tasrtartj4a
apoa ;ot ts* UalUd state a,_Qiaada _a* a caterer to,Yell known.lR tkttbt. JaaksoaTgl.


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