The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00446
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1907
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00446
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Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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ft Many Merchants of Miami to Give EUROPETo SESSION ,

As the Result of Fire in the I

Kane Away Votes on Metropolis Dolls 1.- FAITHfUL FMPLOYIES[ -

County, IlL, I 1.I :

I:.;..:,/ Almshouse on Cash Purchases Made of Them. the Relief of Financial Institution -! Specialty Convened by Governor WERE DULY [ [

j.. ; in America-Tbe Total to I Comer to Consider Railroad Legislation [
Dade Amount to Vut Sum of and Other Matters Deem.i -

t' [ESCAPED'[ WHILE THEA1TENDA1S Prom Thursdays Dally .bo win Isvue vote*. commencing' Thiftj.Kine Million I ed-Deened Expedient at Present'Montgomery 'Board of Public>> *
If there n anything U the worll I this coming' Saturday morning. This .
that make a hiLls girl happy andcontelded. "lll be a mean of getting morerotes Street .
FOUGHT It II I a doU. and when It 1 1I. for every chllJ. Votes will bv
t ; U ae"oninank-d' by every eo1lCeinbl.j given by th_ stores for all cash Bride
Itaeameat in the way payments made t* them. cither for New York. Nov 7- A million US NOT \- The leglslaInre .
payments of account or cash tulsa hundred and twenty-Ove thousand i
and little toilet article the
'\ *, happiness ot Alabama waa noavened la
of the child I Ia manifolded a Votes will be issued by the proprietors Jollies la gold wa vngaited !la London I
linnJred time. of the following stores commencing today for shipment' to America. "P4It'IAlwa today.la .
r.t t ThaFUme, Which Wen Started The two beautiful doll aaj troua- SrUrdsy morning: This malm a total for the movement his message. Governor Comer At the aaal meeting

]'t ( tests which the llttropoll win ctYaChrfltm. James H. Hayes cigar atore. Uth of more than $3.OOO.0Ol. Insisted that the control and fee: of Pabllo Works Jut
i .i 'r. Crazed Woman lamatera -* street. ._- ternoon .
Eve will render two lit tlon of the railroad by the stale as a
; Passes Hinted Them Deva aad tk- gIrls m the county. of Dade. u R. 'A. Rhodes gent furnish CJJiARtNChWILL: IfSVE E la a question of mere Importance i I out of cfflce. the hoard
happy as any child can be. Threeother ings. IZth street. CHECKSCbteico abolished by act of
little girls will be made O. W. than the making rf rates or any other la
all Were Captored Bat Woman happytoe. Maynatd, Jeweler and optician. amending the Miami
,, for the flTe the NOT. 7- The members otthe thing. The that
receiving greatest Avenue D message says the following itol.tk>
''it" \ Who Caused the TronbleCktcago. number of votes la the elfirop- W. H rhallle A Son Racket<< Chicago Clearing HOUMI AapoctUon -. I I r Peal lent Smith of the Louisville I ed to two faithful
(lii contest, win get pulses agtre- Store Avnu D. last night decided: to Issueclearing1 Nsshvllle Railway has -fled the elty:
eating In rain, about U 80. for all I Blacayae Drug Store Avenue D bone checks: of small denominations state by persisting" In lobbying; and "At thla the Seal
I the prixea. I and 12lh street. a. circulating mediums' openly admitting that nil company Hoard of I'IIbllc
The way to get one of these prizes W. M. Burdlne. try goods 12th It I. expected" the- checks will be Issued ha an Influence vlth state lectsla-I ra..mt.*,.. wish to
\\W..\1 NOT. 7-One hundred nol { U to work hard to get vote; get streetRardlce In a few days. lion and genenelty refusing to rrcox- dines and regard for ,
t art, lauu>i.ii ut he Kane county ,; 'hem OF 'X
''ck .huvm. near Batarla. the moat'of I them for subscriptions to the Ktl"OIOlla -- and millinery. 12th street. KtlSKH(.L.\VT) law* applyIng transportation com.lisnle -,I jean filthfal work :
and go to the merchants Miami Steam Laaa.t,. Avenue D. ITS OIhXUnl..oDdoD. *. :Xenc of the board. .
I them taraae were driven In paa- The tnessat says further that the. hoaett faIthful and
*c trooi the mate building by fire 'ov. 7- The rite of die I Alabama laws are not corilermtnry duties at all time
last jlfttU count (ID the Bank of Borland was I law* anj suggests the revelation In "The board ales >> ;
r, ta .*.1..... the Ire was set by THOUSANDWllLINSTAll! THEProm today. rained from ill: tc teren percent the state of tee sale of cocaine. bridge tender W. W. 1.
'aa insane womaa Inmate Many of This It the highest sinceliT3 fill aid untiring .....
:4 I *. patient scape4 while the attendant Avenue D bridge."
were fighting the tlauiet. --- Arctic Brotherhood -. .
.scattering aboat the. country, hiding POUNDS FINE NfW[ STORACfMACKERfL [ I'UUMIFT GIVIN: TIGERS TO HOLD
\ I In fields, cellars bouses and barns.Maay SITWTA.NTIAL! DAMAGES

; ot them ar* regarded as Jaagerous Holding Convention Princeton. N. J.. K.y.
IF and posses have been form- A flosl decree h.is been entered tot will hold Its
% *d to hunt Uiia down. [ SYSTEM by Judge Jones In the suit of J. F"Jau.U Carnegie lake tolD ;
Later All but one 0 fib. Insane >n TI K: H. Haiku et sl.nndln a gels time that "
4 attests have boua captured sad It for plaintiff1 the mm of U.17I.IS.! rmong the INlet e..Um .
It it the womaa suspected of setting with tent 1 lutert In the even* Taooma, W.vh, NOT. 7Tacoma I II. IIs history of Princeton. -
.! the bailing on Ire of non-;>arment within 30 days cer- SiR
today entertaining hundred of>> begin the real "
; lain property of defendant )I. to be delemtet and visitor to the viand o' Princeton The *, I
\ "DID C.tmm n>RNashvaie. mM to satlafy. the aame. 1 *. ........... _
( Thursday Dally) I (From Thursday* Dilly) I amp. of the Arc'le Brother ood.nkn ,r --.n.-, -.-- .. "_" .t. _
XAlCNL WNVTlOS Th. first mackerel catch of the Within a few days sn electrician S .met here fa response to the .i Inns; clame* of th"
N4-TL: eaaoa of any considerable six, was and a force of men will arrive here Army of! TennesseeOn cordial Invitation of the city officials 'I h'ch the Carnegie
? Between four ; mad in the lower bay last night by from Jacksonville for the purpose and chamber of commerce. The I "ffered. and the ..
and flv. I
hiudred: delegate have ar- Coooanat Grove sevsfoo wm have Its Initial ...
boaU. and brought rf Installing th* new storage battery continue through tomorrow
; rlTed here to attend the annual coatystlon -I i tc Togg Cronlaad. fish exporter system la the local Western Union Battle Ground and Saturday Tie regatta will he .
4 of th. Katltr.al: | Woman's I i'! of thIs city I'I'i once Judge W. H. BaM n president or Me club cos cert, aad

'. ..ChrtsUaa, Temperance Ualon wtak-.j'1 i I Th* cat/* consisted of about 1100 The material for the new system the grand camp sad will presideat the ....'or prom sad
," Sal*Vftj f'Itft her* tomorrow. The Iit. 'I rounds. The flrti so far taken are., has been arriving at intervals during T": 4Vickuburg I, all the busiaeau aieetlngs. Th* J'rtllf'lUa fotbaO gare
hoardsmet SoTSpCZ.1tOr7 all of rood slze.and bring a,. fancy the past xeveral months, and KI-.., Nor. T.- On the A ret Brotherhood Is the prominent
> *r to th* general rile on the northern ..-.kot. Th* now all remaining Is the dynamo I I secret order of .lMka sad Inelode
: very spot where .
aseetleg tomorrow. channel fleet of smacks have .Jon which waa shipped from the factory more thai two tn Its membership moat of he Influential NEWS [EVENTS ON
rUUNllFP AWARDED IOOMPROMI8E I I 1 nothing up to the present Urn, but several d.TI.CO As soon aa It crone years ago Its member. won men of the northern territory.
I I the prevailing cool weather to expected has arrive the work of Installing glory: and fame the Society of the The order owns lodge balls
TstRDICT '0 drive the mackerel south the system will be commenced. Army of the Tennessee today be- In nearly every city town and mining PROGRAM FOR
0 (From ward. and cme big catches are *x- ; tan Ita annual reunion. camp In Alafka and has b.eilergely
Thursday's Daily) I pecte-1 wl-'hln the next few day. { Instrumental In khaplng the
,-, The connt.v court* now engaged The Paper Trusts The !lOa of the man who took policies of the country. I
: in irvlag the suit ft E. C. Jones vs. riur G.'m.D ItRIORTEI: ) Vtcksbnrg will deliver one of the Plan will be completed for a i I
I H C. Hood, damage II n. aa a TO HAVE I rlnclpal bandsojie! building add
BEF.S! 8OI.f I and Mr John exhibit of New
NOT. 7-
I I ikM to ftrrv paymmt lyt a horse ) Fall River. Masa NOT. 7- Gray Are Now Under fire A.Logan and other prominent northerners the Brotherhood at the Important York.news event '
This mining the $fury which wss occupied will\ take ron-Faclfle exposition la i
Qabtes, the former summer home part In the rxcrdoes. tomorrow are the .. :
vetterday Iibeario thevase r.f GroTtr Clereland. haa been sold I A* an addlliouaJ ivaciteUtlon *- AI..k.-YD-1 :National convention .
of the '
Progressive Manufacturing erordlng: to report here to George of the era of trOd will and II4TTTE DA1U1NGl man'a Christian
Ro n WI. HnffiteUler.aa D Plynn. a brtwer.Mr. WanhlnKtoa, Nov. 7- Presllentl brotherly feeling that "iow' exists between I \ -; ..!"l la !)!
; action): for the collection' of J 4 SOUatnws >oevelt today Indicated to a member << t>;e north and the fouth.Gen. I open Nahv11l I
to be due for eertaia caalrilratrec o' the committee from the P The Hrltlnh I Inter-titte Inland salary."I<<:
S I and Mn. A M Orlfflna: are therood Stephen Lee of the United C >nfederste whooner HattIe Darllnr. me all begin meeting
brought la a eompromls 1 ,- parents of a fine daughter. American Newspaper Pihlinb.&Assedation Veterans, who varantly arrived In i.rt thH afternoon 1 ix. I i I
S verdict awarding the plaintiff the who strived last nifht to glad Jen, that he will recommend I n< Id the city against the aa 3&nlt.4ot fmm Nassau with a tinge of fruit' New Crglasd Tonng
sum of l2StAndVeryFew. i I and brighten their home. I to congress the abolition of the tarie. berman array will address the and a uamber Df alien piUengera.Krrvk'r tn \oclaUjns meet
fin .. I
--- '- fkrr" nalH In. frvtvn frnfiAItnlp. Union veterans.This .
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He win al o recommend -I that I I Is the first time tba' the Army at RedbuidaHnnd.iy bliss

It debate .on State and County Taxes I the Deptrtmeat of JuLie ascertain of the Tennessee hai met la a next there will\ be a religions
immediately whether the
anti-trust scnthern city since the war. and mef-tlng in the vhool house
j, laws are IHnt; obtred; by the manvfaeturer I render the occasion of exceptlcnImportance. at Redlands at S p.lII. Her O. O. nTPENEO
of pape*. III! .
will preach 'nj officiate.
E is Arousing Practically no Interest I -- -


MR. FUGIER WAS HOT #Ztti,4 -" S- :
: Taxes Have e:

'1 Been Paid to Far This WITH R'Y OFFICIALS[ .Se.J: \ .k/veP 9 AND [

: Month ( I

Who Cam. Down Last Night For -j : s' \ Malrid, NOT. 7A .

t'f 4 'i.44r cnake his occurred at T

The Reasons Why Many People Inspection Trip Over the _ _ \ bera. Province rf Hoac*

; Prefer Extension cpenlnx and leaving a
t* Holding Their Money
The number of live

,>-' aad Walt Until Last Moment Be. :: known. A number of

ilt-, fort Payiac Up.Whit Law Says ( dentrnveJ
'). (From Tharsdrtr D lly :
.-' ".,..... I. R Prro general Dredge Was
manager; R.T. Ooff. superintendent; I
J. P Re-kwtth. traffic manager and "
Derpit the frt that there IsttaviBg a other officials of the F. E. C. Rail- \ to .
of tw may. came down at a late hour laSt IIt
per cent to all whostay \ .
nlrbt oa a special tralnand remalnrd -
.their. italy aaj .
county lanes fill.woat.
over at the depot over night
and one per rent" to those leaving this morning for a tnp over It -I:7: J' ; I : \ 1,
S who pay nei' montb.tbrre has been the Key West extension of the road. 5'5\S ; (From Thursdajr'B "
\ .. little or ao'blcg dolcg ta the tat Contrary to jsrectatlona aid an- \ :
paying line toda(.. th* discount apparently nnDcemenl Mr. Flagler waa not lathe \ \ The tug Edgar F. I
tanntb hkh
arrived '
not meeting with popular rrtv though for w.at reason :
lerdar from Savannah I
.laterett Is not known, and on this account for '
.j' To vmall tax payers the earing U 'he steamer Wanderer which had morning Jacksonville
little, that follow ruth brtcker. or chisel ;, I
they rs'her the been prepared to take the party via
r Ktnforj ROM, at '&
d old rul. or precedent, of waiting water over the extension waa not "
11" matfl the last week or M allowed 1 for wnt away frcm the terminal doe* piace some Kowrpmtat
t .... to bo done In the ISI.
paying before .
doing la prefer- liere. Those omcla!* eomposlag theparty hi
In the
immediate .ldDlt
ace to turning loose their moneyat will make the trip from Long MRVilleI ,
.Ibis time. while th* larger. tax I Key. to Ky West on one of the 'be
pon completion of
pavers eat .n. more by boi'totoslo tteamers now operating: between the __ the drPdJl.'eIII be towed
their mney and urtnr it la ivy* <

'than IB* regular would result reassess ta the.or bDihesil.ai-1|I tract l<, mnme of cnttfng and a complete new ;

discount main unpaid on the lint Monday of I lowed for paying their taxes daring April. ,

'th* present month. "If arv taxpaYer shall pay his ;T; ocean -

The tfce fctlewiitg discounts B the oa taxes law la suderwbkh tudeJlC'lbI. taxes between and the the flnt flrrt day day of D-e.of November _- wucmsnr rro.\

J hrr b'9 >h.n be allowed by the tsieolVtrtor Mllwsuk ,
e.! Nov. 7-
ton 41
: of tile act of n.7 for
a discount ot 2 per centumtherefrom rodsKogiies in lance nur'' .
CoTVctton of revenue: "All taxes:
: anj! If he shall .
pay on *tt ndanc
at the ?
than be Joe and payable' .* the list the first day of January he shall I
rnnventlon' of the State ,
stay of November of each and ever) be allowed a dlanxtnt therefrom of I
I AraoHa'ton.whkh TponeJ I ,
year, or as socn thereafter as the.usp.eui toe percetttom thereof"' .
I unIon of three dsys.
rolls may com Into lbs A* nothing ts ssld about a dlseoTiat inent edocAtors ,
.. will '
ads of the tax
collector of which for say of the fix months except November '
sh an give notice Prerlowlv t*
by pubUcallomI
!and December
.- .. tax eotleetor Is 1 ....b,. wetod"wtth ]' rn b* alkwed. Therefore., no discount It Is to nmtlonsl meeting has .
during the Christmas
& th* pewer and It shsll be hU th* Interest of all to '
duty to aTert) by key sad par'urlsr Ir mo*t other stat,". "n* l '
( tale of]}I th> and next month. TIle dty ta1 j
'_5 ... chattels, land and tenastsit -1]I creases one cent THE TRIUMPH Or THE: CZAR been paired r-v the lea> I
4'IIftte' aO maw feat r-l I(IS. net paid by per December per IT month If THE CZAR There, I know I'd get a Duma that would eat right out of my haad. lug" It ponlMe for .'! "
Th* sew Duma win be tesehers to sttead .
very conservative la every way. -N.ws Item "I the tan without k-su a of I ,

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; The Weekly Miami Metropolis PROHIBITION LAW ? 1 I class lu back and alleys the negro" who shoots crap (MANY PLEAS OF i I

If Hon John S. Beard's construction The Jacksonville Metropolis gives -- The professions IJ:
t. B. Tatum. President 8. Bobo Dean 8c.-Trt**. of constitution
I the state Is this pertinent advice to Its advertisers. GOVERNOR BROW AIWA GUILTY ENTERED ll

.. THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY I I, correct-and It has the appearanceof bleb I I. so timely to coalitions MAN Of THE HOUR I,

ilk month . . .. . . $100 011.,8&1' .. .... ...... .....$.1.00I| being &O--fo'lurlda' legislature M often confronted and contended I I
I i can immediate!; as HOn a* It assembles Mth by ibis paper that we Governor Broward I* making good

Those paying in advance will receive a year's subscription for 11.SOaaj at either a special or regular COlli III 'nd it to our adtertUers. He U known far and wide aa one

six month subscription for 76 cents This Is a liberal dlseouri Indus tension, pans a law prohibiting The remarkable. and enormous .f they bralrest governors In the ATTORNEYS AT LAM ;

strictly advanc payment the sale of Intoxicating liquors Inthe amount cf advertising that The Metropolis eountu, anj baa already been given Defendants la Criminal Cou

state of Florida. says the Penaaeola Is earning pas created a' a plac among the foremost of pre-

N Ent red at th. PostoOc at Miami. Florida, as second-da matter. Journal. condition that has caused a cniulrlc- et daj great men. He I* one of This Momiig.T hlrteea in a Sen. ERWIN AND JOHN

That means that If a special session : lion in the office A greet; many of the \ of hour.

FRIIUV NOV M, 1IW7 Is failed In the near future our valued patrons have got in the met an is either an unpatriotic tented According to Their Offens. .n Q UW &

.s it In all probability will be-the habit cf bringing In their advertising .r politically blued citizen who Which Were SOUCRM Dl CUMCUTCM

-- I present legislature, which Is over- the day of ;)ulilicatlon\ This dies not appreciate moat heartily eel Pet

t DADE COUNTY helmlogly for prohibition can and i has tvo results One I U. It makes I the high petition and rank among Twain Strwl ,
I nlll pain state prohibition law It necessary to luau he copy up in prominent men that baa been attained ride hzRsaa MdJOa.i, ,

AFTERNOON NEWSPAPERIt AT THE FAIROyt'r I which will go into effect on whatever u hurry-no chance for any taste to by our chief executive. From Monday' Daily I S

has big since been admil'ed on tho west coast pad date is named in the statute I be displayed or any care for correctness 1 The Metropolis did not support The criminal court of record eon.Trn H. ?. ATXI5E05,
The construction placed upon the The most Important result I Governor Broward in hi* campaign .J for the psrposecf
is tliborne '! throughout Florida they tbl morning
that are -
the afternoon paper preparing
matter by Mr. Beard looks veryreasonable however !s making the paper 'ate for Governor It did not believe him accepting plea, and In consenuenc -
It U the for the big state fair soon to beheld ATTORNEY AT LAW.
that paperthat :
paper At the time the -
constitution lu Its local delUery An advertlse-. the man for the high and ezsltelotflce thirteen defendanta
reach.. the greatest number of at T.mpEnry county lathe Inform eaaIM. glees .s _w sea ..
read'' was adopted the sale of Mont In the; pnp- that gets aroundto : but we have not yet reached people aaj consequently U state should be represented 'I liquors In nearly all if not all. of people early In the afternoon u'better that point when we are above glv plea 'etory r Mie I* OSlfleU .
closet It is sort of nresldeor Hbst Is Dade county going to do*
the a
the counties of Florida U M isw.li a.lldtse.
was legal than the advertisement that Ing any man his Just 'Clf"Ifrta. Gov- Twelve of the thirteen charged -
going into Rend exhibit do It did before .e
evening companion an or u The liquor question was even then pet: to the people late In the e eulng tenor Broward ha mad good. HI with vagrancy and one with carrying MIMI FLORIDA
homes than the average mont remain conspicuously' I
snore I away however nn Important one, and fo it If aa much to the Int..rI I triumph and match Into fame ha conc"al weapon A 'fine
lag papernd naturally doing better::: Dade county can furnish a* creditable -I
mhJIe the eonvtltoUon-makers did i-st of I the merchant .is It Is to the I been pnenomtnal, and It la fame and of $5 and cost or 30 day In servitude -
ervtce a* an advertising median and varied an exhibit aa not write state prohlblt'on Into the I: newspaper to get the than the nomine in the and the .1 .ra
paper. ccnnty state '
constitution they did not prohibit If not two cr three Jays, before it be questioned. cy CU they letting au CIVIL ENGINEERAND
The afternoon paper is issued at tropolis put itself on record as Me-I he legislature from dealing with, II "
:s to snpoar and costs or sixty day for being SURVEYOR
an hoar ,b(n the people are preparing -' oring the sending of a display Governor
the question. More than that they ,I repeaters" or old offender Non
off from day 01 .. derv hair. 5155. rsreesler.west.s
to lay a citrus and tropical fruit, REPUBLICAN 1 N tars.
,. not only left the matter open for manhood and finally Into the highest of the prisoners had the exactrbange s.u-gvtete Tens +
have time for .w"
labor they the soils article of manufacture, : .
legislation, but they provided 0..r r..e..tw
a ranks of official position his triumphs assessed and took the acre
leading and reflection, and when etc., to the fair. I means by which-in the event that INSTRUCTIONS are all the more appreciated.He itude Inctead i MIAMI FLORIDA.
they can plY more attention to their is state Institution and as
th. legislature did not act-any grad The cue of carrying
Is self made man; rising
than at other time In the a concale
paper any >> tuth should be patronized I'I i Brooklyn Republicans don't Ilk
county could vote Itself dry whenever awarded
small St. John weapon *
I wally from on a
Jay, The afternoon paper >f it U the alliance with Hearst and hlIndependence !
a majority of the people of river tug to deckhand to mat, tomaster $10i or costs or six month and
be contain the lat
what It honld League The Klnge
the county desired This latter a.. a triagency has
so and finally to Governor of present money
at of news. It give* yon the telegraph WM. J. BRYAN County Republican Committee ha
provision (the local option section) Florida Is no small achievement kept hundred dollar bill poorly PATENTSGASiNJOWl
nets of the day on 'hkh It
Iwued the
AND W. R. HURST .is the one under which the various I following to the take
and In all of the several position .tered.
U Issued: tot news cf th. day before It" campaign orator: w
counties have voted liquor out of for six *.
with the and anj offic a he has held he baa .aec lleo r e.
as morning paper. Don't mention Roosevelt's name
While Mr. Bryan was In New their confines. I his -- -
I until M. ability
It the of th. local rded. NSSSnwe stre.rrenrr.
gives yon cram II' dlitrlct.Don't .Loeve
any negro;
York he paid a quiet almost asecret But while various counties have liFCintD MIAMI THE
tents social: and otherwise. which I public spirit hi.* diplomacy and his
mention Roosevelt's
are always fresh on the day of visit to Vim., R. Hearst in taken advantage of the l local option nameIn manhood stand out foremoat with BET OF A PLACES .., rte au eeuNVSecs.
district where the
I.thom.*. Capt William Astor I provision, the legislature has never oar people any there are In the land. lair i.e edaa e.,JYYr ease at n "
tuu For* these aad'be.. Chanler who 1* suing Mr. Hearst I don more than to regulate, to a I have troney i Two vein ago h* came Into national from Monday Dairy) r..q esJ y6.wl.a.aMM
very reasons Don't mention Roosevelt's name Mr and ) L. S. and tetclq..el 7.Ae Isektdrrp: aw
cause the people have the tlmo to for criminal libel says h* called at certain degree the liquor businessas prom In_ while attending Ir r.1
Mr. Heanf. home and found ) anywhere If vou can help It. children who have ., aw ale.waf.Ne1.N .
afternoon it la conducted in the wet counties. convention of Maccabbee'a in Michigan b .a wee- ere err Ter
and do read! the
paJM"rcarel'ly. Ir'l Mention Gov.Hughes chance t
every '. the e.1
when a paving glance I* Bryan there. A news item In His ability wa then and pointy Inter OB the ;

about all the .race morning paper I World I says: "Though It was thought I IlItebruku' Now, ho..enr-If Mr. Beard' rOil get there admitted and leading national west cad for part three month l

1etdta, the afternoon paper has that almost every moment of the construction Is correct-th* legislature Lay stress en the necessity for re- newspaper and magazine toldof have returned and again take ap

movement In this city will without question do some elertlniwemlilv men who will their residence. Mr.: rm left
von Its way Into the popularity and I I the character of the Governor of
patronage of th* advertising;' public. sae chronicled it torn out that h* thing more than merely regulate.U support Hughes. Florida. Mora recently n* wa one here with the ,
I I the fact that the a new location, bat after .tD1
The advertiser want to reach the slipped away from the newspapermen will prohibit. The people of the Lay stress on of twenty-three governors who journeyed -

yeopW. H. want his advertisementread long enough to visit Mr. Hearst .state want state prohibition and I Brooklyn Republican have not fused down tie Mississippi river In practiealy all of the date he

and be knows that he stands and have what the politician now the present legislature. If called In with arvbodv, and have no sym- with President Roosevelt and party. I become convinced Dade CUlt, has :

more chance of having It don in I look upon as a significant ln\egrtw. extra session, ..11I. if It has the l 1"*'lhv with the Parsons-Hearst He was one of many who delivered no superior in the Mate .n earn H. P. BRANNING.Atkvwy / .

he afternoon paper than he Joe In What occurred at the InterrUw Hs asecret I power, most certainly give the people move in Manhattan. addresses at Memphis. and his effort back Miami bin fully future determined home. t .make :1 mt c

'the nor rag paper. I between the two ales, bat what they want.If I. THEY- was claaatd aa a masterpiece fall : wJIaN

The women are the buyers. They there Is but one pep among tile inch a law can be passed by THE WAY of logic and sense. rrssnl AassfIsCatxma*. sVinsc:

are tile ore merchants and busmen !- politician The latter take It for the legislature In special _.Ion- ,TALK IN TEXAS The Impression h* made wa InFtantsnroni 'ORI1OT1 YAWL 'stab.

,; seen cater to. Very few ads granted that the Presidency was discussed. ud It I.I very probable one will be to much so that the CP, West Palm Beach :: Florid

attract the attention of men. He ." I I called-th* Metropolis is In favor Senator Bailey of Texas, Is ftl:' business men of SL Louts selected The new yawl, built by Brow ftHufftUtler ,

win take his morning paper from Apparently Mr. Bryan U stfflseeking tt It taxing up this mutter We 'spntlng with various of his constituents him .. one of two of the twenty- for Mr. Ralph WorthIngton -

I th. hens to the store or office, and to court Mr. Heant' are board to have state prohibition ta language not calculated to three governors who Indulged the 1* now a be at and O. W. MAYNARD ;
probably while enroot or after Except when new f&Yor'l sooner or later and the! sooner the promote pence and harmony. Instead memorable trip down the father of will be the la a +sY

t rvarhlnc there read th. market reports quire It the Hearst papen better. The open saloon must go. of uttering the soft answer waters to deliver SB address In that day or .d..Unn. about o..ae 2S feet IB
a littl attention to the notice of Mr. Bryan, and then and state prohibition to the beat his I
pay only that tnrneth away wrath he t* saving city. H* accepted and again length and by an eight hors
political IIfl1'S.C., bat h* never its a brief manner. This, of coarse', I sad quickest way of boosting it words that provpke fiery retort effort won him renown. lower Regal drt.f engine

rend an ad. la the meantime the distresses Mr. Bryan. Thomas C. ouL'I and speech that ls far from flattery No one can doubt the ability o.Judpu..at 'I 1

women of eke DOOM do not see th. Allen of Lincoln. !''ie_., la the Secretary -: Recently one Crawford a Dallas of these business men and i MR DYKES STfUCK .

morning paper, and If they did they of the Democratic Stat Com: I/ROM AREPUBLICAN lawyer, made ft speech in which he others In determining the worth 1 A KLONDIKE HORSE

wouU b. just Ilk* the man of the mltte and the brother-in-law of Mr. I VIEW sought to review Senator alle,', and ability of a man. They recognized -, JEWELEst AMD OPTICIAN.

bouse-haven't (* the tin tu Bryan. Replying to a question as record declaring It to be !'ndefensl- both In the Governor of FloIda I Mr. o. M. Dykes th black- Pee fitting, easy wearing glass**)

read ItBut aether Mr. Bryan Is a candidate I In Massachusetts the Democraticparty ble and asserting that the Senatornever / and have been pronounced In i Mnlth rweaUy purchased c'_f.. With oar me.

la the evenlig when the days h* Is quoted as saying: "Certalalyh Is divided into two factions: would discuss the fact fairly that recognition, and today N. B. a had .. rive sppsrsto* large expenses I ,

labor Is over when the family Is U. Mr. Bryan has not made I lid each has nominated a candidate or honestly.Then broward stands oat among the moot ItMlf into the city* ponad by.orkf there no pees week PTIOM rae-

gathered around th* ar-Ide. the afternoon much of a secret of his The Bryanlte form one faction and talked of of oar great men. I no Mr. Dykes laic -bl.. W* repair Watches, C
the Senator made a speech Ylatb O"De.
t paper enters as a willing along that lin*. So I a.IDtetlo"l the other stands with Hearst's Independent and declared that Bill Crawfordhas The Metropolis Is proud of Flo bought bo from the city for l.erIJ.8 BP. A p 0

I and expected' y>>ltor. The family vulging on* In making League. In New YorkHearst's to rida's Governor. He .to a credit to the 0i$. cleaned him ap a little. year
suborned more men perjury
s tt. D between Utb and lath
the see
have time to ltato-I
read they want meat"Asked League .Is allied with the than snv ten lawyers that had ever high office! h* hold and an honor ea a "lo and old. him .n NO.W.MAYNAR

to read and they will read, and asa If Hearst wonlj be la the Republicans. Tons In two state practiced IB Texas which thougha to the *tat*. H* is one of the men .. 10.

consequence the whole paper running, Brother-ln-Law. Allen replied where nomination have been made high compliment to Crawford's of the boar, and as such will con

will before be It perused has been adv.TUslng and all. : Hearst? Why. Hearst win' the Hearst force are arrayed against energy and activity h* accepted as tinue. His future we cannot predict .\C' HAVtLO IS JewelMs :O al J } ,{

The put asld.. get the Indorsement of his Independence the Ryan forces. The same conditions reflecting upon his character ss a but believe that it will continue T PE HERE SOON lDee.

afternoon paper 1* the paper League for President and win will develop in other states lawyer lie wrote a card for the bright and be crowned with
.f the
day. It 1 th
reachea'th. and* paper that use his as a mean of trying to This leads the Pnlladelphia }>Tf'II8, newspaper In which be nld-"I: have additional laureM. (From )Ioa4&1. Dally.) : 0- 1 ,

people, on that ac lore lib nomination by the Demo- a Republican paper to make this never suborned any man In my life The great magazines and newspapen The yacht gua. owned by Mr.
count. If for
no other It h the advertising
crats. It I* my confident belief that criticism: of the United States rank Harry went
and I denounce Jnneph Bailey an a Tutl .llrb nor
so muchly sought Mr. Hearst I I. systematically makingthe Prowird in the lime das with earlv summer under command -
\ and patronized! by the ncoee.futtudnaei Were the DemocratIc party on on* liar a bribe-taking tccnndrel and ;
ma and merchant race else why would be hav tide or on the other it might be I cowllr ." In the earlier days of Folk of Missouri and "other of the of Car-t. Dick Carney, I I. now

Tile Metropolis i* now the only afternoon organized the Independence League : wrong ret to have a great opportunity I :Teas this would have meant speedy country's ablest governors; yet herein en route buck home and expected to urrJ sj

la Miami but Hearst will faU to get the for Nttlcna! leadership. But cnnplay. but Mr William Crawford Florida we find little paper and arrive within the next few day*. Sh
paper and It
coat -
s Uaus to offer the advertising nub- Democratic Indorsement or nomination the party Is lot united. It Is divided Is mill In rood health and Senator politician who can't st* a' good was reported at EUabeta City a onthlYTitssml
of that there can be no doubt. act In BrowarJ's administration and few day ago
lie a circulation greater than'all ; as never before Heant Baa Pallry a bands are unstained by
He has don to endear arc continually belittling him and
nothing recently
Mood .
papers published IB Dad County drawn off one vote. Bryan holds }IrJi.drtse
himself to the Democrats Of another A few conservative every wove be F.tes. The peopleare .
combined. U ls read from one end men That Is no reflection on either A
.f the county to the other. It I* this country and certainly nothingthat nin talk of the old principle of the i Hnited States Senator cannot affordto beginning Jto, ace the -nigger -TTIH 1 Bu'I (

a paper for the people and by th, would tend to place the Democrats party. Here*and there some hermitof I kit a mere lawcr. There are in the wood pile. GERMS l n8 WO I IA. -

1; \people cud a* such will It be continued under any obligation to him" 1 a orwspaper office, still talks of perhaps 1P9.000 lawyers In this oJ .your uewsdeiler foe this superb

though other may come and While Mr. Allen was saying this 1 the "IVmiocratlc party" as If It were I country :and only ninety Senators If J PENSACOLA JOURNAL'S nucanne. If he does not handle i J

I others nay go. keeping constantly In Lincoln. Mr. Bryan was In conference tome tangible, definite organizationwith 'Crawford were to ki"!! the Senator GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATESome genii D ha name and addm with,

pan with the Utn by serving the with Mr. Hearst In the l.t.1 a policy and principles Some he woul'V donhtlecs regret It ever Where They Come From 7 name and address and loc. 'o* 1

i News crisp and fresh dally and ter's house In New York. There 1* cld-Umers still boom the old shibboleths after. He would be sure to do so few weeks ago the Petisacola D copy. Re pnc ijc, Yana I.

adding new feature* as the demand really no news In Mr. Allen. statement like bitters in the wllderleM. If he Is s man worthy of notice. Journal ventured the assertion this pp. 1

.. deemed expedient that Mr. Bryan Is a candUste Ills language U not that of a man that It could name a man for I Where do germs com from? ha PWc Cesspswy .

If yon are not a Metropolis ad-I bat his calling on Mr. Hearst Is Bat no one listens. Issues which of the beet mould. He could have Governor who would carry West often baea asked Now that 1* a 4 W.2M .a .SA. ,

Virtlaei and subscriber. why not? significant. H* I* evidently anxiousto once divided men are no longer vital severely criticised the Senator In Florida solidly :and who would. If
long but it shall be
Ton get your mOD.", worth sa make friends with the man who and no longer appeal. One great Ian 1I1t1" that would have reflected I elected make a good chief ex<*cu- story .na"'f'r .

Las snubbed him. ma, the regulation of u.... a* bait we e.. la the first plac
I corporate upon himself. We don't think much
i Mther.VlcroRS -0---- capital has swallowed them all, of a man who uses such language 1 Last Sunday the Journal names : every cum cam from parent germ Old Type Blue Stem i ]

TO BE and stands alone dlvIJtag the heartsof In a newspaper or public speech Its man and he is acne other than of It* kind. And there are many,

men. and the division Is It reveals fibre lack of R. W. Store edltjr of tar DeFunisk -
t' UP.TO-DATE wontof a coarse a many kinds. They are found everywhere :
ALABAMAThe all and deepest In the Democratic that 'aelt-<'Dmmand which characterizes I Breeze!!. Walton County. Here Is
I In the earth In the waterIn Duke York
victory of the Prohibitionist i Th. person who "gets most oat of!I |srty. The Republican party to at 1 the well-ordered gentleman whoIs what the Journal say In pan of i of %
least candidate the air we breathe, on our band. : .
as its
U Jeflerson Ala i iI lit*" nowadays ls the ers.m wbo a body following its leader sure of himself, rather than of prize : ,
eonrty, 1 l
one of knows Its "')fr. Stair I* the 4Itw of In mouth*-literally everywhere&xcept
i; U. greatest la the -south. It adopts for his persons benefit every hour sees Its duty rourvge Anger Is not braver Amen one or our
wa a
victory of the people at the poll. valuable modern utility-who accept IIId move forward.The without courage may slay a the bet weekly papas in the ...tata the (few place that pave

lid can be taken a* evidence %f every real forward step la Invention Democratic party I I. everywhere fellowmortal in the beat of parafon better paper by far than W. D. been sterilized and la hat way rendered Tomato Seed

what Boat follow In every county ; ethics, art economics or divided a* la Masaachusetta, and ever after suffer as a Jelks was publishing at the Urn I germ f Every gust of
between! the Hearst extreme vote, lerult of his foolish weakness. he became lieutenant governor and
.f that state, which undertake to r ieoc? as ore applicable to hlmMlf which want later of Alabamatadtorn ,; wind stirs and whirl them 0. lye, 1-t Ib. fie; i.j

Tot. oat the open Mtoons. -** having a practical hearing revolution vole and the oldronsorvstlve Crawford may nave good cause $ governor himself I better to i I through the air, .they ted toslowly $175; 1 paned $). pv. ,
which *
Even In Birmingham a city ofearly upon hi comfort and progress. desire no to feel Indignant! but he does not qualified settle J..n, but usually the t
change and dreads be than Jelks: I
governor ever
fifty thousand population The person who does not "rid on any advance chow himself a strong man. Senator was current of .1 are sufficient to keep
No platform anj "But If the fact of his. being e
i right la the heart of the mining district the care" might as well have livedin unite DO candidate can Usury IP too ready with his totiKue successful I them from doing It. to ti air la
these opposing halves of theliemoeratic weekly newspaper publisher -
If his statement 3 to Craw- ntlncally saturated them.
and when saloons have !been the days when there were no canto : were'hi.
t ..merotn and floarUhlrg. the Prohibition ride oa. : party. The Republican ftrd is not true he has done him a only qualification.Mr I When It rain, bo..ne. the "t
I I rot wa most faltering I ,party stand today the only NatloaWUDb.tlon. treat Injustice There will be no Storrs would not be more catch them and bear them to .
The pest fifty yean have brought al worthv of consideration than
( a ,
moving towards a
the aaH-prohteltlonUts having tho : killing There ought to be lesslotse so that just after a
to more Important utility development of others In
definite! score the state who
policy determined
+.' mail majority of about three hundred. than In this line of putting 1 and redressing the on reforming I language.ALMOST have been successful In that business heavy rain the air I* c..aff. but I
This majority gnatMils 0 dor not retrain long at a time
was handsomely 'k
hirnes publicity and making rhat 1
upon of unregulated rule qualification Is good bathe
corporate The wind stir then .
offset the noon againA
by vote from the 'I
country It do that part of the work of the m rallrauts and trusts. LICE has others of great Importance.
little Mat glass dish ilk* small
-, r.redaeta.a.d I a
{ prohibition triumph world which Is Impossible to any There Is too much truth in thin "R W. Stern 's today and has .
with tha
Jefferson county his done ItPf'lfrov" THE NOBILITY saucer some gelatin la
ether force. One Cent a Word ad- I been for the
Uepubllcaa criticism In far year greatest
w a* bottom, was three minste.In *
t thin
and can be bat one eriUIng.. alone has a* many aura the Democratic Democratic I force In Walton (.olint,. He may op. 1k
... other result: .Alabama ls going :dry party or rather After a long wait Miss Ids Mabri one of ocr elite Theindividual
as electricity--and U far less expensive factions concerne.1. not be regular church attendant
So let It be. Prohibition are As Dixon has journeyed to Florida towed downinto
ha come and less "cantankerous" tot ,, i We do not know that he belongs ln. Itf a
to the claims even -
set forth in behalf of
to stay It I. a good thins and the I George Main of Alfred. N. Y. the gelatin began grov and
No phase of modern prorrera to the church He
good people' or the sooth are goingto manage. he Republican party they are also to whom she was to have been mar may actually 1 form colonies large enough to beseen eat
PUG it along. la more closely true to some extent, but It u not vied two years ago. Mr. Main came go fishing on Sunday-forthere by the naked eye They were
with the lives of the people than is Is some mighty I
good fishing
harmonious, aDd there i* deep dls- here then to claim his bride and all now sad It found to
One Cent a Word advertising. No atIxfaction In It* ranks to bo had in various part of Walton .eaat This
-ments forth ( mean
j W* learn on what seem to be the other "force", can be so widely utillt y : County on Sunday a* well a* other I 41 ccoDlf. I
I that 481 had settled down
!! ceremony but on the eve of the germ
} best of authority, that Hon. J. W. (d. Nothing else ran save so FIGURES 'd.YI. But ask any circuit courtoTIcor .
12 HOT
SOME Into the and multiplied .
wed'Ing! his physician ordered him at O A
W.111:1 enter the race for State much worry so much time, so who ha served in the put dle 1
to Florida to ave his life. He bade to produce<< a colony On J ,
Senator frotr Dad. County la the much wasted energy.To AND COMPARISONS ton years whit he thinks of Store'sinfluence aDo1e I !
after the ii Baltimore d.Otl.mf1 .
day just a rain wa
his brldevlect! a sad adieu aDd asked
next campaign. Mr. Watson.* alarge One on the morals of the comI -
lava without the
utilizing her exposed In like manner this purchased my Dok
to await the time of the recovery ad
number of frtend In Ofleeola Cent a Word ads Is possible In this The following figures show theioet i of his health The next day Mr. I Inanity the enforcement of the law, time only 3t colonies developed.Mart uf York Tomato Seen front
who wish him la an his of yea-'s supplloe.snbsbtence.for : and for 1h
suers. a the
nnttvttaklng -
day of the ..ort.!. But It 1* not Main> father Dean G. E. Main of suppression of crime. cf he ,. found this way July and t. are
*.-KluimsM* Vaey-Oa-) a single !ihdlvUual. The figure I The answer win be the .r. rp
sensible, necessary or commendable I Alfred "nhersltv, wed Miss Dixon'sleter same from were harmless, but not all. In this I will *;.> > all|| other seed from
Setto. Sc to live Is 10 annul so far a* yon are bated on wholesale prices and I and carried her off to Alfred eiery one of them and It win b* connection a certain sMewalk .. yon because they fire me meet entellent
Report to the above effect have the retailer's profit would have to < xtreoiely complimentary to Storn" .
m concerned the greatest utility examined sal 3(1 masses of sputumwere satisfactionYours
keen In etiolation th toot added to I The dean bas now gone to perform Mr.
past several ascertain the exact torn I III practically an unknown
development of half a century. Ana found. Four of these maces truly
maths! and while Mr. Watson amount but the fluiia'lon In Is lhMated ceremony for hla son I ytr
web cost
quantity on the East Coast
that is not wise-tt Is not Jut to were -ted and In
ev*. bas not committed himself rho_n as accurately without this J and brother-in-law HIs daughter of Florida. but we are willing to eoJ f1m'l W M. MILES :laml. Flv
"ourulf. of the the
I one maws guru consumption
law will thus be bis sluterlnl.iv.
11* sOe*** is indicative of the truth "Ur adrtuffV Include jll grain I in .. accept the opinion of Editor Mayesas Y'.
of the report. Let this kind of advertising mean I' beans aid Fractions I 1 Ms grand children' will be his his I were literally swarming
4 peas. of Jol- to competency and popularity I
-4--- all that It may to you and you will lan are omitted nephews and nieces. Philadelphia 'ty'. If the governorship Is to Do yOU take the blltFortda

More than 20t nurses and doctors have made a giant-step forward In In 1850 breadstuff cot I JO per I i Record. to a West Florid* man or away Health JO'jrnal
es' BlackweH's Island personal comfort freedom from vex I -- 0-- J. BOLGIANO & SON
married individual
were prr year; meat tS la 1"0 Florida there can po- I Floating Dock Carrabelle.
) la one yLr Many nurses find husband lag thing and prosperity.The 1!.(4 the COM wa $45 and flS re- HE CANT SEETHE ') be BO objection to Mr. Stores to

} among their patient Mr*. p ipectiTely. In un the cot wan having It. Baltimore, Md
I OBVIOUS DIFFERENCE I Some time ago we heard rumors ofa
Jones of the Training School following from the Lake City I2S and $14. In
for 1880. $17 and U; -oAs -- floating dry dock for CamhclleSuch .

Nun' thus ..d"tbem: "My ad Index contains a little blstody thatIs \list. $14 and $8; 1>00, $14 and la a sermon on gambling. Rev. I Urn goes on the demand of an Investment here would evidently -
Tic to you all is to and particularly interesting to Florid $& In 190C. $17 ant U. The Reline Flan
marry ; cost J. Boyd Jones, pastor of the Chris- the oecpl becomes stronger that py a good percentage the Da.I. .
.stay married. But don marry *n* Just at this Urn*. The historyof t-f living for one year for one perron. I lion Tabernacle tat :Marion Ind.. I John N C. Stockton make the race amount Invented and gir* work 0 re

'roar patient while they are patient temperance legislation In Florida Including hreadstuffs. meat struck a blow at patrons of the Car J for governor The people from one several men. way at Apilacht the County, Jadge's Dade
*. It seems like taking advantage : claiming Jsds* fpeer .. Its author. and Te e.r
dairy garden products other which end of the Florida
Iltll get-rlch-culck company, state to the over know cola are .a), crowded and have Cot1. >
of the man and he eight: later la the Orlando Democrat .to true to food rk.thlng metals and miscellaneous of I '
recently failed, with hundred where John Stockton for orders three InJ four months ahead In Etata of William W.P.
leproach you fur it Let him getup the letter But Judge Speer had was In 18(0. '1 1.: In 18(4 I Marlon people losing heavily. the past twenty )'u. and.ll they are I ro their boats that com here e.d .
first And then let him come his. hardest fight with a well known $278 ;la 1V0 $148 in HS. I ',
; "The erase of getting somethingfor envious for a man like him to fill from u|> river! polDt and from gulf : Public notice 1* hereby Oat
tack and hew> tile fan of wtnalag temperancs organization to have Ar- $101: In 180. Ut; |la 11I00. $11; nothing I* the curve of the age." I the gubernatorial rhslr The RecordIs : and ..tth. Coating dock. ,des' December 6th. the..
you over ....1.nil would be a tide It adopted. These latter In 110' $10S. 1.lllt. 1f .
pe0ple .
he said "Gambling i* robbery In a thoroughly l satisfied that Mr we would get a good part signed win Eli
more generous policy. It I* nnfal- wanted straight prohibition From tee period from lilt to lathe way If another faker concern I Stockton ls the min of the hour I he that from all along o I tie Honorable ii. lal r
to a man to tak. advantage of his. and no eompromls*. But Judge J. 1175 the cost from worl 10 1. .
ranged unto were operatid here It would and would land a winner In a wilk. this western gn'f -oa t to Pecsa ola ty JaJre of Dad
weakness and. marry him. because h* TRoflord. Tucker sad Judge Speer $114; la IMS It was $107. sad catch an eqanl number of sackers Manatee Record I and Mobile for repair This aid ask for his eaty.

rant get ....y. Th. nurse, ably defended their aide aDd the .with the exception of 102. when it with more cart, than sense. I Now, the Record hid te mld. I something da for the board 1 I dalaiUator 6f tl dbu

l .""'. are not ladlnetf to follow 1Iow-I' coastititloaal provision w* BOW reached $11. It never reached over "I can see no difference! betweenthe cr a little later oa some contemporary trade consider aw_| get behlad.1 : Frederick S M.

t, Janes' adrie have U ;3u* to their efforts. $f} natO 1,11. woman la rich lace and (litter- I mAY ask It to be good. 1 i Can-belle Ad.ew. 1 )_ .

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!H ARE AT DEIRAY Y :i BUILDING BOOM dltloo of Uxiepeudeace.it .Is HumW.Whether the ciliate.which or raw the tr in*. NEWS SUSPENDED AND REPAIRING

,t forty-elxbt hours after lauding the '

best servants In the world or the t' I Uncertainty

# mental training In our schools, certainly IS NOW GOING 0A7 AXtRr > .
Repairing Rock Road Through the The Bank F"Ifiud Does
the American oman does not And Rumor Has it Thai Plant Will .' V\D no"JIoTOXWII.UXU | ,.

$ Town-Social Doings and Person Not Hinder Developments in This think la the same war as the women '
be Consolidated
4 of other raees. So reads the newspaper With That of The HAM KXTIXGOMIF-D F1UE ;j Law of Human AffairsIF

al Hews Items Thriving Town more frequently Mr James Miami
Evening Record Which AT HOME OF MR. BEN
than her prooOD<'latloa. but she IIu-1

ttnuea to discuss e\ery problem of Will Enter Morning Field LARRU LAST THRfRSDAT\\11..1

aiioa *ltb nnfalU&c: volubUltyAa .
Ddray, Fla. Nov.1 The county Saran I. Novl- There H Quite to br outward appearance, i
: Boynton Fls., Nov t- The work the suitor were certain of the of
convht gang has started write Jaioec tlnneker success
to work |i. building boom on at this place. la Everybody's of building and repairing boujecnoes ,

here rocking the row through the I I I Itow and at times when the tanners are Ma';n' me. *e l I"r:...>. that abe will ( From Mond.,', Dally) ( steadily on Je-v Dan shirty his cause courtship would be a dull affair. '
1 The number of
prisoners In Dot busy looking after their crops ap ruxluiaie mute to the Slavic and The Metropolis regrets with the Is remodeling his cottage, making If it
the camp: has decreased since b I were always certain that a given result
ing ,
here from 27 It 'there ls some carpenter work wait- tbe ItalUa In fifty years than to AD.giwK. public the suspension of the Miami j It two stories huh and otherwise

twelve to a woman to and one of the log fir him. Mr. C. ". Hit Is ;..ion t>r Celt. But then .Is tbe Morning' News, E. T. Bvlngton, editor I Improving his property would follow a given cause human affairs '*

F erecting what promises to be the. and publisher. which WM announced The paint brash still keep moving j
The county solid fouuUatkjGi'l 1 of Teutonic would lack !
going wet la the re support z '$t Happily is
election finest residence in this section and bv that paper yesterday too. and the result U that but certainty only a ;
cent has aaJ Juwbbe.ulth.
not closed up the sanity common morning and notch came only af- few buildings now remain unpainted word while
Mr Charles Graham ls now comfortably is law
blind tlpn" b) any means for w_. thrift More rarveloo still U ter a p r lst ;
one .Is reported doing business on domiciled In a new home tbe racial looquvnt of the o' the editor and has well leavening all human
Her J. R. Walker Baa completedhis Semitic. In proprietor to makea owner a kept lawn or Is effort. That you will A
east side
of town well
u u one BO mintr) bare ilebirw. physical peculiarities loeeeaa of a morning newspaper busy perparing It.
new one on the west tide little cottage and la occupying: reach appointed destination
bwa so profoundly modi in Miami Mr. E. Rousseau baa retnraeJ your on your 4,
Miss Carol MeRae gave a blrtbt' fled *. In Anrtcs Just .hat the final outcome will from the West Coast.where h
A quarter of acentury spent next street ride is i
Mr T N. Gutter hat bought an car not a certainty. It is
div part to a best of her be la
young not known but the
ago or a half century the German It U persistently summer with relatives H* made
r I. friends Yesterday and all seemed t. ibev Interest la Mr. Walker's Iud and Uenre were In the majority of rumored that Messrs. J. A. I the trip there oa horseback and probable; it is likely; but the chance is always '
enjoy themselves to the utmostRefreshments are preparing to put out a *
emlgrnnta. Today It Is the Hnsslan McDonald J W Watson and Edwin returned with two splendid horse there
':' ; were served The day large; orange and grapefruit grov Polish Hsirgard. persecuted of Nelson who hold a bill of wile and a bncgv )fr. Rousseau owns afine that something will prevent. That a
was little Miss Carol's fifth birthday In the near future mla on the News' plant and outfit will young orange grove and pinery certain of
f't'IIbifo sort advertisement
pbj-rlque of
t With the recent bank (allare exploited even now effect. a store will
t a consolidation of It with that at Hypoluxo :and has been ancceasfu -
Spooks paraded the streets in In Miami ant otter adverse kappenlngs oa the east side nevertheless. they of the Evening Record, and that ) in truck farming produce a logical and expected result is '
f ; Iowa last the farmer of this teeth *tr rttle toward the light They edu
sight la honor of All the Record will sooo issue u a About n ne o'clock Thursday alghiia
f Saints' Day. Hallo..'... These tame are sawing wood and wring bat a case their children. They develop then morning paper. the midst of the Hallowe'en always certain. It is probable and likely.

looks took part aa eotertala- .ery little They feel that there t* artldtic gifts Who knows They mad Col Bvtngton win remain In Miami dance fire was discovered at the But some combination
L ,, teal pi'ntyf la the andonly be the artistic levea in the or circumstances ;,
give at Methodist paroaage. money country hug loaf probably engaging la other11II.laea home of Mr Ben Wllllard. Everyone may

where the Ladle Guild held th- way to gX some of It, Is of pces eras American phlllstlanlsm pursuits and whatever it rushed from the packing house, intervene to prevent the complete result hoped i
f a very toed program. Lunch was to fet It out of Dad County toll. The cliUdren cf the men who reached/ may be the Metropolis with where the dance wan being held to ,

served. and fruit poach beejde r ear shore pour sad ambltlnu a few -frl---n"---.- _-t.h_.,_,- -hh..-. ._.w. "'...... many In., tb. 1i1"P. alld .111111. ......i. ........ ".A for. The'element of chine which enters .
. i a it
t for the ladles, which win b8 rday theater matinees st piano reel that the field Is not sufficient was recently built by CulleD Penc one,

J applied to pay the Indebtedness on SHIPPING SEASONAT ra la, Wagner operas and picture galleriea. for three dally newspapers In Mi and occupied by Mr. HilllarJ and is true but it is there as it is everywhere else ,

''U'.l' the parsonage.Faire They are drewied like Par! ami. family, who moved here recently in life those who look
I started la the pineapple flelJ steane. bat their ere tai coloringare from Miami The family were all at ; certainty will fail

lj: today, owned by R. P. Crownover FT. LAUDERDALE of the cist Their children will the dance whet the fire wan discovered. sometimes to find it. The merchant who ad. '
which to situated along side ot the not be pnrititnlc merles will A The cause of the fire wu due ,
profit CLASS
l railroad track<< south of town. It has profited by this exotic strain, art OF SIX to an oil lamp the house and furniture vertises in the MIAMI METROPOLIS '

J is thought; the fire started from ha been benefited I a this la one room being quite badly knows that the "Law of
'. sparks emlted from the northbound conftlomvrate damaged. nJ there was no Inane Uncertainty" operates

Irt-lgtt which passed through here Sl\1c we little recomiL. EnElkh: Italian" :or French Semitic.much Celt WERE CONFIRMED .ance. rM Milliard and Mr. Pena.xpre.sed in his favor Ninety and Nine Times
att'SO o'clock. : their sincere
Will Start in About Three Weeks- thanks to
f 1 The Dt>lray public school .Is la- I Scandlnstlan* Uhere l ltO the Amerltype (- n those who so willingly lent their WHERE IT PENALIZES HIM ONCE.

creasing In aumber of pupils and at Two Deaths During Weeks-.Per. Ack a century hem-e. The orla assistance.BRAIVTH.

the prevent time, there are about Ins I Yankee. man and It woman the' de.arendante ,

. 70 pupils enrolled This Is tailor sons Coming and Going of those! eta> fought In the FIXE: DISPLAY ov

'r ) the three teachers to the utmost It R..oIntlon.11I soon he sx eitlnct as By Bishop William Crane Grey at FRrrra AND VEGETABLES F
e l reent cond'tloos continue and I the doilo Even::: the directory .Is toning I

C';" there Is no reason why they should Its familiar American names Episcopal Church Yesterday Probably the finest display of

not the school building will hare ------ I fruits and vegetable
la the
city today
:: to be enlarged next Fort Lauderdale NOT. 1- Mr. Morning-The Ceremony ImpressireBuhop ,
!1 season > THE and every day can: be found at
: Mlna Georgia Tucker one of the GUI Cromartle returned Tuesday IRON GRAY FEELING.A the store of E. L.
Brady Co..
from Atlanta when he baa been Grey Leaves Soon oa ] I
teachers of our fchool. cot.J Miami Uth street and Ave D. Mr. Brady's
( to spend Saturday and Sunday for some Ume attending the. Southern SympUm Which Mist B* Attend1to many years experience la the grocery GENERAL DIRECTORYSTATE
Business CoUeg- U K*. v. .. .
One of the bright spots In Del- p business. at which be has been
ray at rreent is the hotel, which Miss Selma Freedland. Boynton This doe not refer to the hair by'' very aecetful.hai taught him Vat

has been tboronftlv renovated and popular teacher w.. the guest of say means although the expression (From Monday's one of the rocks oa which to build .

; an addition of several coats of paint Mist Louise King Saturday and wren gray hair Is always. dreaded by Dally.) a grocery business Is to have fresh OFFICERS
wakes the house look Ilk. newReports Sunday of last week. The Episcopal church was well fruits and vegetabks on hand at alltimes ooCXTl" COVET
from Drlraylte at school: The infant daughter of Mr. u4Mn. very woman It refer to the mental filed yesterday at the morning service : during the season for such

t- .f at 8t..... tJnlvemitv and from Weslevan .WarreD RmlO. Jled last Monday wear And tear which all of ua feel with the fact that confirmation was I fruits and vegetables are special C.rernor . Napoleon B. Browsed Alton Heyser ... ... JU!-

continue favorable. One of night advancing years, and It .te a symptom held being cause for the tarp congregation irs In this store. Staple aadfancr Secretary of 6UU.H. Clay Crawford Miami.R. .

the Del ray boys received the higheat Rev Cell the evangelist, will which muM he attended to promptly I firh groceries are always OP attorney General . W. B. Ellis R. Taylor .
mark ta bookkeeping and neat.t. hold revival services her next If yon would keep from Bishop William Crane Gray, or the shelves, la many makes and rreaaarwr .... .... W. T. Knot Proeecat1aC.A.trFXlaaS.
contracting: a
: I ness recently Delray eom.to the wet'lt. Beginning SnaJay morning Southern Missionary District of brandsA Comptroller ....... A. C. Croom t
chronic habit of looking. at (life i
i i" front In foreign towns as veil a. the services will continue indefinite throughthe Florida performed the Impressive Com. of Agriculture. B. E. Meta TenIa. first Monday ,ta Jaaaarr.
. ,'s. at home ly. : dull gray of November evening ceremony. aaoisUd by Rev N. B. -- Superintendent of Public I as traction April. July and October.

r ...' Defray lodge I. O. O. P. gave Twenty-eight new desks for the I The Iron gray feeling. It..is not I Fuller, rector of the church. MOST A1.'TD'1.'LCLtMTm .. .. W. H. HoHoway

!!'j' ibe third degree to three members public school arrived Tuesday. exactly old. but It .hi tending that way Those who were confirmed were OF ROSES Adjutant General J.C.R.FosUr COUNTY OFFICERS.Prwbat .

( from Boynton Tuesday night Itwaa There are enrolled about I The bins I* off: the".. About the Miss J. M. Carmen. Mrs. Percy F. Stab Examiner . truest Amos

!"rev" decide-1 to have public Installation I' pupils, the largest best recipe ta. to bunt all the Cavlll.MIs Laura JovnerUlm Br.oo The Metropolis I la ia receipt of a 8tat Chemist ... ... R. E. ROM '
, I up young Mr. 8. O. Pitts most beautiful Judge ... AHa a Jyr '
and Mr. cluster
' of clBeers for the next term. history of the school aUt'-II..1 I people yon know and enter into theft Robert O. of rose Offlees, Tall aMM Jla.
1 Wilkie. gathered from the Tax Assessor ... G.*x 0. satin
rose garden of
D. O. Tesbrook will act u grandmaster Mr. and Mr*. R. S. King joy and pursuits and endeavor to Tax
Mrs. Collector
0. ...
f Public baptism was held L. Chandler on Palm Taos. J. Hard**)
at thi time. ls spent Sunday la Fort Lauderdale I I I make them !'lappy, to play their game* o'clock in the at Bin Avenue The STATE: COMMISSIONS Treasurer Own & CarrieF
at roses are healthy
morning which
. Rev. Henry Hip, of West Palm Mr.
the guests of relatives and slug L: ir our', to knew what B. O. looking County Clerk X.
.: Reach filled the Flits was baptized, aa well specimens and the perfume T. Merrttt ,
pulpit la
. ,. E:!: Chnich last Ballda,. M The community wan sadJened by they are talking about Turn about to a. his Infant son, sad the Infant Is beautiful. M,.. Chandler makes Board of Trustee, Internal Improvement Sheriff .. .Jots FroMek

Mr. J. I. Sehablager has the death of Mrs. T. O. X Uler. fair play, and what you pro to their daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. a specialty of roses lad eaa supply raid: The Over- Sspt. of Pislle lastnoUosj .. .

[ several fetes of land prepared Monday night. Though Mrs MU let youth their jooth must repay to your Stnbbs orders for cut flowers at a moments met Comptroller. Treuarer.Attol'lle ... ... ... .. .. "BaD f

lAb Ida and U fertilising along had been 111 for tome time deathcame declining years As yon reap, so yon The services throughout wean very I notice. Those who are Interested )' General and Ommlasieaer Fish and Game Ward, .. WJUluItOOrXTT

u a shock. TIM bereavedfamily will sow and It wonderful Im reuIY". the la rose culture
to setting It la s bow theN special muxle under should visit of Agriculture.
=- beans sal tomatoes. peplrrs. the have the sincere sympathy of Foams people like to bare aa older per the direction of Miss J. M. Car the gardens of Mrs. Chandler. Beard of Education: Th* O.rrar. OOMMISSIOXZBS \ '

f,- Mr. O. V. ElUaon has hfa Irrigating community. sou enter Into their little game aad I man being especially: fine. These desiring to paste orders Secretary *f State AU r>
; plant now la operation anibus Strannhaa A Co.. bave Jut received sympathize with their small woes, Bishop G-ay win not he :In Miami can do so by either calling at the Spy General.Treasurer and Superintendent 21

f t set oat peppers and esgplant. their first car load of crate which seem very real to their limyexperience. for a long period, he leaving gardena. or by addressing Mrs Chan- of Public Instruction. I Ova B. Baker chaJraaa ..
material. l coon for the diet P. O Box 214, Fla. I .. ; R- L. Wall OJmn
Holy Land Miami
Make I where he
Mr J. R. LeattTina! took \ I them love yon, trust '
tt ti Tomatoes atg( plants and pepper* will spend a and -- -- of Pardons The 'c. W. MePherson SUart
arty of choppers to West Palm you; trust them and love them. Whjr, year later visit tbe Beard : Governor
j A .
are being shipped la small wveral ROCK CRt SHETl ToWED Lee .. MlanU
quantities there countries :En Europe before Secretary of State. Attorney
Keach Tue- I
diy so much do for .
yon ess them
.fj. Mr Robert I la three weeks however, th* and the returning; to America The bishop RACK TO DOCK General and Commissioner A. T Carter .. Coeoaast OrrvAttrsey .
Ronnesn and brotherof ,
I' person never yet tried to help
heavy shipping of the fall . Roynton.. were business visitors another but derived :
frerfn.Ml; j he more help than I to the European countries.. The rock crusher, or chisel dredge I BO IR1 OF PTBLIC IXSTJUCTtOiC
, in town this week.HOMESIAEDS. be from .. .. __ ..__.......__ ___ +
l I -* Margaret Freeman went dew n 1 gave the effort So If yon feel ". P. .!::'-"#'-' .0. .""AIDII ""n- W. W. Farts. ekatrasA ....MianU >
. *A TJttl BtvAW Wt-
her Itst"l'ho received medical f for believe It. before yon bsve gone hay to the new Chip canal severs I J.R. Anthony, are West Palau Beech

treatment MlfS Margaret returned I t aryou win hive forgotten In absorbing Lemon City, Not 2 c'avs ago fur the purpose of taking Janice P. Tsllaferro .Jacksonville R. E.: Hall clerk Jtlaaat .

L [ GOINGFAST Monday morning and resumed Interest of the' paw yon are play.l..uon opened on the 1st- Hunting aboard chisels and other material Stephen R. Mallory. Pensacol
her duties la the public school. tug to think of yourself at ill and i In the and early stored there, has been toed bark CITY '
morning many hinters OFFICERS
theta will with to the terminal
yon begin to be truly I happy. dock.
their dogs and guns set out to CXITED STATES: COXCRESSMEX -
AT MODELO Walk with them talk with them, make their lack try \ ...
them tell stories A hard rain came up RUSHING CLEARING Mayor Joka Be ll
encourage them to In
f CROPCONDIINSFarmers talk to you. You will be surprised to i the the hunters morning and gave some of OF HOTEL GROUNDS first district ..,. frank Clark Clerk .: :: :: ... Med R. Kolaas',
a good wetting The Treasurer .
learn that you soon will feel "just ss birds Jasper .. Ba B. Elites
young as you used to be." hunters are plentiful so most of the I A force of men are BOW workingenergetically Secwad District ... 8. M. Sparkaa Assessor . .... J... F. Jandoa
" This Part of Dad is Dtrdopinf returned home with their In cleaning up around Tampa. Attorney ... Rodmond B OontM

AT BUSY P MPANO bags filled with gameHallowe'en and about the Royal Palm Marshal .. Frank B. H&rCee
:: Very Fast Want the Homestead the Hotel Falrd District .. .W. B. Laaur .0.
, HOUSEKEEPING NOTES.. boy were outplaying which opens for the season of no.'- MonUeftoSEXATOB Pkysidan. Wss. 8. Gramme. ILO. .'.
their pranks among which 'OX' on December 7th sad from now Sanitary InapMtor .. a. B. KUs* !

en art DoiafModelo. Sheets will stay la place on the mattress were soaping windows aDd the piling on then will be much activity about 81ATZ Municipal Jadg .. Jan T. Bandars)

by sewing three large buttons of harrows, etc, !n front of one be premises aDd la the grounds Engla.wr ..... lob S. rr.4Tlflk

.f are Getting the bead end and foot end of the bed of the store doors, so the owner had and parks adjoining.UEITEXAXT Bnpt of Streets lob D Owdansi 'T
Fbu. Nor. 1Mr.. Ready For a tome trouble In retting In the next nit Vistrlet. Brwvard. Dad Chief Tire '
Wm. en the under edg of the mattress If and Dept .. Dan Hardta
1. Nwtoa. of iloetelalr, on. of oar Bit Shipping .Season Personal the Mm als* sheet .la to go on either I morning 8HIJ>)IA St. Lad. Fred. X-Undsoa. Men F. H. Wharton .",,,,411. Connsnl
lat. arrivals The farmers are!! beginning to put KATY LITTLE Aldermetf J. IA ..
: kaa.a large lYe room tide of bed! sew loops of whit the i In their STEAMER W. j.,
hoses Bearing completion *H* U Newt Rotes ante distance apart crops of vegetables MEMBER: H. ChallJ. J. O. Crosland.. !
" clearing two acre, of land preparatory To I Mr. Acv Steadman ls clerking In The Lieutenant Shlpman. a natt) HOrSE Of C. Tucker. L B. Padgett. Job
W setting out a grow.Mr remove paint from glaas wet the Mr Meggs'; grocery store on Avenue and seaworthy little steamer beljng REPRESEXTATTnCSJon !: B. RcUly T. J:. Ckatkaav

8 .A. Mardea. oar postmaster. window with either cold or warm water I C In Miami. Ing to the navy department and Board of Pabll Work*- T. If. F

: Is preparing to build a larg and rub a coin over It A half a The little girls of the Junior Ep- consigned as a tender to the Frtr W. Watson .. ...... Miami antler, chairman C. D Vttt ,.
(I eight room bonse on kls homestead PompanoFla. Nor 1 Mr. J. dollar would be best and will remove worth League are going around soliciting : la Tampa Bay aDd vicinity, arrived ler. W. W. Front. O. a Bros-' i

within tk* next two months. Mr. W. Iv-. of OJua was kr this poet without scratching glas money to buy new lamp In port yesterday afternoon from ales clerk

Harden. cam her from Yon tc1aU week aad exp.cts to start.. in to farm T* remove old putty from window for the Methodist Church New York en rouf-to Tampa. Th FISH COMMISSIONERS ,

: last January. toon.Mr. frame pas a rvdbot poker slowly Mr W. J. Zumwalt and familyare Lieutenant Shlpman remained here

. Mr. MsOtew Quay Simmons of Qua Basil's house Is about over It. and It will come of easily. preparing to move Into Prof only long enough to take oa sup /. T. DetwylCT .. ... New SmyrnaJ. CTTT BOARD OF TRADE

, completed.: '' Rolf. house Monday plies C. .. ... .
. Alabama has taken ap a homestead A M r'\ Imported wood used for and provisions, and sailed at Rag ApalachleolaR.IILROAD

J near the PIa.-.4, expects to Mr. Frank R. Oliver, of FULaaJerdale .. h!:;:& i .... cabinet and piano work: I* Mrs F. Ludwig has been 111. but I o'clock this n-oralng oa a resumptioa W. W. Front . ..... lnddat +

build a contortablnom.. this winter baa a larga fore of mn at ,cat Tasmanian myrtle. It Is of a rich I Is now nearly recovered of her Journey. COMMISSIONERS I J. r.. B.IUr . lit YIee-.1M
tad Is la fall work on his tomato farm four miles J. L Wilson .Id Yloe-Pflddent
pulling a crop pink color moderately bard and '--'- ;
{ Mr Simmons cad littl datllbterf west of Pomrano. j I daw cnlned.I very R. Hudson Burr chairman .. I G. Dunces Brosder ... Secretary '

f., arrived last _1r..4 are very Tb* ladl** have ordered th* lumber TREESFrom .. .. . ... jitUe River Isidor Cohen .. .. ..... Triasni1 aBoard

t. well Jlrwith, their new home. for th* church and expect to I I J. L. Morgan . : ... Jasper of Governors g. Bob i
; It \ nice hare ta under construction start the building the coming w"tI1t. Simple Mthds .f Coining Fur Wrap a. C. Dunn, clerk . &dIaoDI Dean Job W. Watson. Salter
'>' I on KIM Hatd Bauer's homestead This has been .accomplished eatlrelvby |I Buy s pound of bran. Divide It { Ocklawaha Nurseries Office: Tallahassee: Fla. Cohen. T. y. Moor.

the ladle They derv .eh I I Into two portions and place one In the |I II I

Mr and Mrs Harry 8. credit I I vea: beat :rbd the fur on paper Are giving greatest satisfaction to our hundreds of customer in Flori FEDERAL OFFICERS COrXTT DEMOCRATIC

r er and family of New rraaklla Sheen of West Palm oa table It well over withtoe da. They alwava a grow; they always bear fruit true to name of variety coMMrrrEzWm p
t located on the Rush b MotaIIIC-1 beach wss in tow* Sunday. I cold bran. Commissioner.. Fred. HJUndJr.Miami. .

here they are..." Mrs. T. H. Chapman has been I Shake out the bran and brush tile I Some Satisfadion in this I .

Mr Motflater >.xpects to seriously 111 tile part week bat tar with a son hat brush When the I In planting proves now, think of the future. The aacceaa of in T. 8. INSPECTOR! IMMIGRATION A. Filer chairman Lames CK>

trucking this season.Mr BOW recovering.st III'|I I rest of the mil feels hot rub it iaI vestment depends on the trees you plant Make no mistaVe but your to- +I V Vaughn Howard Miami George P. Ball Wy-treaa. ...OJas
t f BsyarC C. Murden has jaCompleted 1 Mr. Blaster sad family of War I evenly la the far la the san manner come U. B. CUSTOM COLLECTOR Henry Styvmaan .Stasis

an addition to his borne.. I cbala. arrived her this 'week and'I' u bef ore. Headquarters for reliable Trees R. T. Ferris .. . ... Miami F. M Powell. . .. Jspttsr

He Is rpendlrg a few Java la Miami say they have com to stay with us.Mr Shake It oat and brush It till tile Trees guaranteed to I J. F. Woodworth .. . .. Inspector I Geo. W. Potter .Wt Paint BaeR.
arrive at destination
'- this week. W. H. McNab has been seriously far ta quite free from bran aDd dust in food order. If then dolt I R. H. Rousseau BoymtM .

tt Mr Alex C. Green Is among the ill the past week with fever They squire. .*.*..er. a different we replace them. No White Fly C. S. LAXD OFFICE w. W. Sn.lt roasnaa

new homesteader and win f'll gate I Mr. R. A.McNab Is holding down tnatmeat from< tb ordinary fan. Address O. W. I John 8. Sandy Defray

a la cropping with Mr. P. C. Martenthis the .etpre during his broths .4.1t and plaster of part should CONNOR, Proprietor I Henry 8. Chubb . .ReceiverGaloesvllls. J. F. Saxoa Drt4E i(
winter. rib T King Fort
illness. j Rested and rubbed raro the skin Tangerine FloridaFred'k. Laaderdnl
Mr Albert Flmraotn, a .brother of J: W Mullikia. .. ..... DulaC.
b I Idnlp Knnt went to West Pa.1 several tin**. T> *. the far should b* W. G. Robinson . . Register
Mr. M-. Q. Simmons reached her I I D. Leftist MlasBf a
j Reark this week sand brought bac'a pat eat of Galneavtll
j' last week I j I I fine doors to air. I W. J. Shoae. .. Coeoaaat Orwrn
mule sad
: N...,.. Alex C. G,... Geo Par- I If ) wagon. L S. MorseBeal i I C. W. Hill Sliest. Paba
j of KoHock. S. C.. .
o>n rod Albert Simmons attended'' Arrived atteU Month's Cr le I E.: H. KJrkmaa Curtiss
arrived few
" the surprise party aad dance given' a days ago. Mr.Fmtth Capt. George H. ..- .,.. of the T
;' at M'. John Baser at Refined firmedtr. fonr vean ago and n.rb launch yacht Cncrwn. accompaniedby I R. F. Taylor .. .. Chief Justice. I CTTT EAECTTIVE
to try his lack Estate : COMMll IXJi ,
if Thursday evening cad report a anJa.Carletna Mr. Meyers rod three sailor Associate Justice: F. B. Carter
<< Marshal and W.A. Hocker. C. Cock.
time wife ar* entinted arrived ,. toll "alm dock this R. '
b.j borne at tic H. r. Atkinson. .. . CkavnMSl
neat week from tbetr Offices rell T. M. Sbaekleford J.B.
t- Mr Matte Powers aid morning after a most pleasant up stair Cor. A ve. C sad II tb St. A. E.: Heyser
summer vacation, spent ap north. Wlafleld.SETXTTH. SeyTrs,
f' Clark Bowers enises Capt.
spent yesterday with fromBrdoklys.; Meyeta
Jobs C.
Oramltng. rrwTk.
t Mrs. Daa Roberta at Redlaads.takIng Mt tkns m the ant of October Miami Dade Co. Florda.
Fruit tree tan soda In fkt JTDICIAL CRCV7TMinor MOT**. Harry C. Bade. iC
;f In the dance tn tk* -InC.Xn. and nojd every minute of the
Wm King baa retimed from eetton are 0 nIol.C themselves, Mae laths; 'the trip. Their course
Htvlag fully cast AGENT 8. Jones .. . .. ..
their OR
Miami when she kas spent *ontlm .. Wlag ear- troy St. A, ignstlnt south Will via LANDS OF' *5, .* ..S- PomtATTERHarry '
Ma 2er
< eibr ..
with her daagkter, Xn.Treu they bin BOW taken U* new aI ai and Ca"t. Meyers h I
Fearter Her health to sngftOy Improved M bright fan seep of Uavcs and look leaf Ia leis l'>ralse of this new wat Florida East Coast Railway Co Jokes C. Jones .. State Attoney C Budge Mlaaalr.
as ad
\ dive. ker return. Mr. Kin* chipper U. Kay ss way. H. ffll engage la tics boat. Orlando
t U also at bom*.altar a trip np Ossat. *; iDomlac. This da*( no 'Voabt. to Inc Party b sinea* during tk* wintr. Florida Coast Line Canal 'and Trans. Co. g. T. Merrttt .. .... Clerk S. LIFE: SATING

MM salt* rtes and kt ofauprQlller lat tile COcoon being on* of the Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. Bean Ttata SERVICEt

Pam rsolar' RtVal Pataa beet Term, first Monday In March aadOctets H. B. Shaw . ...8BrtaalsaIf

s. *. Y Jaabwt>!k rte

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ocIet The reception Saturday evening I,i A reception la honor Mr .
rives In honor of the RL Rev Mr*. WTIl Charles o Miss J. "

: BEATS i IS NOW AT GIVEN GOOD By MISS ALBERT HINTON. William! .hop of Crane South Gray Florida cf, Orlando at then '|1 i iIl I Watson was given at.the homo.0

I +Jnce| of Mi and Mn. W. C Mr. and Mn H. C Stanford, by ,

Gardner on '2tb srv..t, wan one of Mrs StaaforJ. Mn. S, H. BaUoek ate
Till!: PRICE-W1LLI tMqHtLWWE1IN IPEM.XG COTILLION A the most dellcbtfu: social function I
1 HELM HOME and Mrs. D. C. Ls oa F.ida/
&WATCHESTwo SOCIAL "HO Ol'X'l'D 9UCF74S "I r en In Miami In some time It ueDm,. October 14th. The whole
was largely! attended.and refreshing t
I lover floor of the handsome rassaencc. -
(From Friday's Dally) (From Wednesday's Dally) ly Informal throughout; the peen beautifully decorated withpotted

What potent spirit guide the rap The social: reascn Is upon us! wandering at sill through the several and lower and brilliantly

lured eye Ii | Those who !have been seeking rest room on the lower finethrows pants with y"

Maintained With And of Four Offen- Nellie Wright Taken in by i To pierce /the shade of dim fa- j 'and wholesome recreation In the open\ for the oecaiton: and throws open to the.at.. t Th.*
Beats Disposed |I tartly'" !mountain and at the seashore dui formed ever changing group, ca- porches prevented a most Isvttiag
| lug lazy summer months, have r. gaffed In animated coaversatlon. I 1

Three Eight Hour Watches II ders hd In body and mind A pleasant feature of the evening lanterns appearance and lighted decorated with with Japaaea.

I and are ready to eater heartily Into use the piano musk by :Miss Maude: std frns. r
door of the Price-Williams' rot-I ]
on Each I This Morningi Until of Age tlence last evening, tte guests were a whirl of gayety for the next \MlllarJ. and the reading by MlsaUoth Mrs. W. J, Seen ant of Q o0bride
Zellev IttUt'L.
(I Iwo or three months
+ ushered lato the softly lighted re'' reeelvej the guests la
Ske t.
i eptton ba.1 and drawing room., 'I I With the opening cotillion last eve hall while the bride groom received t .,
i ,iilrg at the Fair building:' the attention The reception) was gives by 1st. In the large "e ,r
transformed for the Ion lato
occa a
Gardner and the other ladle prl. .
I of Miami society la turn of the anon tho roms were
Chief of Police Hardee today i ( Tuesday's Dally.) (From Tuesday's Dally) tropical rarden of rare beauty. toward axial amusements, and It Is Irlnlty Guild who received and entertained flowlng. al no-

:. witches C. Gram. Nellie Wright the el -'f'&roi4.1ute Great prima towered above the good-bye to dull care for a season. the insets, and the lajle The bride .
I saad* an entire change In the {I inlrlnal) Judge John IB heads of the tallest guest*, trailing !- of the Altar Gold tensed the dellclou wore .wedding drove
court who tame before the The spacious building was acute of white satin '
The linn: hell his dot sets en of girl made Priaeess aspire
of the pc-llc department. of a-nllaz and bow la cf ,
j fruit
I 1! this morning and dltnored' of four public several days ago through her with liht aM beautifully: deoora"'l I punch sherbet and ea tnla. with real Doeaasalact. 1
cot flowers placed here and there
into two brats cake
city wfll be divided I nffmtder la short apple pie order mother being arrested and be fall- made the 111tuIon pr-l j I far 'he Of'<.SloD. The rage was an.* looked her .
well rich .a -
..* known ss the aorta beat aaavltendteg Two of the number were white men mr on the protection end care of ,arranged aa a reception room, ana Bishop Gray expressed himself a* and prettr self, tt. groom
from the city naCth.nvrtt. I who had: been to the cup that Is red Chief of Pollee Harden was today fct. The Incandescent lights were I I with l.-rg rugs divans, easy chain highly pleased to have this opportunity proud and happy .e '

to Itta stINt and from the foal I several time too often while the adopted by Mr. aid M a. McDonald' coiled and "candle sputtered In ,growing palms and swaying Japanese to tbu mingle with the b.atk. coa.U r Ye.

.bard to the llmlta. west ."bl1e'tb. I other two wn negro merchant of Third atreet.thcy taking the chile their sockets" gave lust the needed )!| lanterns presented t a scene o: people of the eh arch, and their Refreshments were served ..*
10n to tvta 8U. touch of quaintness to the scene. lutur'ous| comfort friend, his time :n Miami being *o h.
othtr win be from I charged with doing bnrlnesVwlthi to rear and rate* as their own until and afforded a large dialog room, t
and from the Boulevard to limluThey i oi>t a lliccse Tb. former two were she I Is twenty-one yean of ag-. One met at every turn a tangled ,, ,delightful I retreat between dance limited It would otherwise be 1m- Wstson. ant of th"lt 4i
wt'l ba patrolrd as tab 1 thread IB the "Web of lfe."the an- ]It was here also that pmslble for him to see bat fewSfRPIUSF ed .P.1
west Sued $3 and costs while the latter The paper for the adoption of the I' the huge at the chocolate table .. *
lone 1 rld Ones of 14 and costs each. ffhlld was prepared before Judge tangling of which required greatskill |[unrb bowl were stationed. Ktols: Moon at the bowl.
I- North beac-W.O. D'Berry tram Heysar. belrg day signed by the ami UBdrlDg patience. Mir j \t nine j'clock the German was P.1RTTTO Many toasts ..r pne to thhealth .

F irt o'cloclt BOOB to S p m. W. B i I WILL ESTABLISH mother and Mr. and Mn. McDonald. Maude Milliard was successful !In danced, Mr. Frederic' H. Rand Jr., MISS QCARTERXAX hipplne and erak pro-pevlty of

'. ( Carry from ) p.m. to 4 ..m. and .%MTlHMKlmERGARTE'f! !' The little girl wa tikea at once this and found at the end of toe j i and Miss Eva A. Yarborofgh leadIng i tl happy couple who bar starts i
) I J. C 'Uf'tft' from 4 a. m. to ItMoa. to her new homo and seemed well lad untangled thread her reward | I In he grand march. Th* favors (From Friday's Dally) C the voyage of life under suck '.

H&J'd"- I pleased and satisfied with the same a prtty little Swastika pin. Mia i were very attractive, being a coronet Miss Bettlt Quarterttac; s as given snsplcloas crml&c

of v Sooth Boat- R. J. from I Mini. Julia Uunroe, daughter or Kathleen Qnarterman.wbo got more i of lose for the ladle and a a surprise HJowe'e&! party last The bot.. Mr,
.IS MOlt i. >>.m. W. J. Whitman Dr and !Mn\ A. height Muaroe. of MR. H. E. BEMIS, ABISiNESS and more deeply tangled reeeiveJ I Ian Ingle red carnation for the gentle hunt by a tar;. body o( h.r schouluiatea I and Mrs. StaDfor.

"r' from 9 p.m. 'e 4 a.m. and this city, who recently joined Dr. ; VISITOR amnalag little 'oy, o e of those i iboi men. and other little fnead : the guests la their a..ntb '

4 .. V. Strvens from 4 a. m. toll Munrne here. U contemplating start : within a box" ..fralrs.III Fully thirty haad omry gowned The youa people met at the hors, style arlt

.f; MOIl tng a private kindergarten should From Thursday* Thilly the bllndf Dlded haul ahaklag I momenjnd faultlessly groomed me of )lr. and lit.... W. )i. Bar dine Mr. and Mrs. chutes left Klsalntme .

nfflck-nt applicants be forthcoming Mr. H E. Bomb assistant general contest Mr. Tom MrGahejr was the | were on the floor at one time making and there robed themselves Myhoata. Saturday morning with a ta

CHIRGED WITH Miss Munroe U a very attractiveand manager of the Florida East CoutH beat guesser and received a tiny' I a brilliant spectacle Indeed. The then proceeded to give MOM I lu wishes of their lr *

', KIKALIXG: TOOLS talented young lady, and U well el System Is a business visitor hone shoe dick pin. For hU very I i music furnished by the Blscayn orchestra settle a genuine surprise which friends for ther zD. Miami.Klsslmmeo d

'* fitted fir the duties of a kindergarten Ic the city today arranging some of bad guessing, Mr. Carton HlntcBmaj was Inspiring, and the floorIn roved laded. a very haply one. Valley-At 1
From Tuesday's DaflyR. teacher, she ""III studied the details la connection with the "hamdej a lemon.:* I I good condition altogether combining All Hallow'... pranks were 'n- ;

; E. K. T, a white man. will for three nan under the guidance opening of the Royal Palm Hotel I The guest were then Invited Into I to make the evening a perfect dulged In. apples were bobbed for MISS K'RY I WORLEY J

) t. cf.OOI trial that dUI -.. II bo f. n and tultlor of a Mia Hill la Loals- one month hence "* xMn. the dining room where each was one. and corn was poped aid n 'uerrler FROM VISIT *rt

., ,County Judge Heyset oa a charge vine Ky and tan likewise had valuable siren a spoon and toll to dip Into 1 About 11 o'clock. : during the intermission crowd of boy and girl than thee I

e t set latvflv of mechanic*! tools. HeIs eipertenc In tracking. F. Martin and son Frank 'I the content of a large platter OB after the sixth; dance, would have been hard t Sod (From Monday's Dally)

'' afco aader arrert on a charge of Mir Monroe I* staying at the cf/Elmira. N. Y.. arrived in the the table. It prov,'d to be mashed delicious salad rears was ,b I" .*.f six months absence, daring

.,! asaault sal bsttery.If Green Tree Inn where the can be cHy last night and will spend the l
' Keen at allY time by those who are winter aa guests of Mn. Nellie hlddec a ring, a Jlme. and athimble. At eleven thirty dancing was resumed popcorn.cakes ad eandie were par 0 tIe Atlaatk Coast was visited 1
1 ':EATH OF A WELL interested in the revival of the kin Corkhatt. at her residence on .th Mr. Earl Smith found the I. and It was not tin two o'clock: .1 bUD cf with hers re Ish 1 by the Mlra Mary K Wcney returned last

'.: KJTOWX VISITOR dergarten. This plan of Min Man street flag. Mr. RnuletoB the dime and that the orchestra track np "Home tbota. their app U ea denoting sight from Ja.YlII. with her

#i. ., roe Is a very g*>od chance for the -- Mr. Brewer Paddy the. thimble. j. Sweet Horn" ] nothing of the father lodge 01. Worley "

"t' (From Thursday. Dally) motben of Miami who were so Intended MEETIKG OP MISERY From the aide of a large pumpkin Especial credit Is doe Mrs. Jobs .present .plrttua Mt Battle The ln May. Miss o r.

fie.. .- Mr. Henry MadJox. of Brooklyn In the kindergarten last UTFIIAKY SOCIETY' dangled slender recta: of every R. Rellly. Mra. Thomas F. M'Al.ffe. *- Jennings. Miss rlre *, Miss icy ffr the .o with Mia 1

... K-T, and a large property owner rear and which: proved to be a hue, yellow for the men, and yaroa. \- Miss Eva A. Yarborough and Heririe Ilrl. .M" Ma-garetWhlU Gertrude .w1 lad been raUt-

t: ,tar Dade enact.. he and family oceaBTlag treat swes and circumstance only (From Wednesday's Dally other colon for the girls, and Miss Elizabeth Hffi, the reception Miss F."t. Itt. ". Christine lag Mr and A. J. Jon Kthis

b, tk* tpHadid bom "Duck' I prevented It* continuance aides Last Friday afternoon November rath one wa* told to come forward committee, aad a
....." West Palm Beach each wit thesupervtrlon of the Tn"of 1st. the Minerva tutarary Society and draw out his fortune. These
'c ter tor the past nfttea ytan. died the Ppflett Tax dUtriet ta Miami. net la the auditorium. Minute of were written on little allp of paper untiring effort to make talk a memorable Whit nail. MI ) RomD. to N- Tok,. XI Ttc*s !
.' aadJcnly of apoplexy last Saturday Tho. loterevted should at one 'I* preceding meet .; sere r-..| by and tie,! la roll. at the end of the The Annie Mary Wlla. Mir Cornelialoftier. borne After ipvadlig soia .
',i at has bone la Brooklyn. MrMaddox see Ml** Manro regarding the the secretary. The program for cords; and among them were come manager were composed oi Ml** Lu then Miss Worry west to Philadelphia
: the Gra."J
.; 'was well knows to many residents plan, etc., and lend her every aid the afternoon was a* follow: happy humorous hits, causing great F following capable men. Mr.Thos. Battle. Xn a \habls I At-
McAallffe, Mr. Frederic H. Rand Q.rt"
: X MUml. In establishing a private kindergar long. God Speed the Right by amusement when read aloud. Jr.. Mr. James H. Oilman sad Mr., dine Itl. Eua Tucker. Mr*. laata Ce4.part Chttp and '
ten. SchooL Bobbing for apple proved eidtliig B-ckla. Mrs tit' ItH !e trip .
I John C:. Gramllac. Th matrons Care Tca. II. tpeot sad St.
Always w. Rick Piano solo- Miss Ulllan McCa- u It alwav doe, and the little Quest. J.diar AagasUa -
J 'I' Appendicitis were n. J. F. JJaglll. Mrs. A.J Day *.
i-tr. boats each carrying a llthted taper Kolb. Mn. C. W. H..b TanlanJlDgtiam. Earl W
Oardaer Mir
and Worley
e Whea a. man say ba alway wa* I Recitation Mid Violet Steven formed a pretty bit of color when John Mrs. ton Vaalaa-flrrham. 1 one of Mlamfn

.J, sack- troubled with a ecn' that I la due in a large measure to abnw Piano solo- Miss Edna IIR..". launched upon the 'Sea of Ltr.It ."- Among Towaley.those R.IJ1 HartweU Lett, JyVnlaa41ar.m oral favorite, _aeeomaNsae4 -
tasted .II.wlaterwhat weald you of the bowels bv employing: drastic Last present were: )!rend mal lady la made and art
Recitation MlSroestlae
huge of
water Imbedded laITeetlft'J
4 nick of b. should say- he never I purrative To avoid all Uancer, Song The Mlnst.tl BovSchool.. Mrs. C. W. Gardner Mr and Pn T.7k.CARTJE and possassas a happy unselfish dlsnoNltloa. -.
.' use only Pr. Klnr New Ufe Pill, Mn. John B, Reilly. Mr. and Mrs Her hundreds of
._ 'bra sick taco aslng Ballard's MoreTMaadSvrup. will rd
The for rent Fiiday
'*" Such a man exists.Mr. the safe gentle chassis and Invlgiratorv 1* program follow: An amaslag feature of the evening W. B. Mr-ore. Judge and Mrs. 00. WTUDPJO will b* (fad to know she rtsrad .
Cob, ( Guaranteed for headache. as was guessing who one's very ewe A. Worley. Dr. and Mrs. William 8. to midst.
C. Clark. Dearer. e
J. Rt'ritatioltSr OwMto Barb
silt wa, after having a tag with Gismllng, Dr. and Mrs Jobs A Ll. llteb. thefullo
: "For I was f roabl dwit Uloasnes. malaria and Jaundice at C. p.
; years Plano Salo-- Mba Violet Prom
the name o( animal Abernathy, Mrs. Tar .fllt -
ill dragdsts S&c. some pinned upon borough, Mn. u 1N\n .11
a severe eough.that would last tattoftllla1 Lauo Rn..ire.PlaDo wedding: CX HZLDMXZT
... --- one1 back. Mr. W. I. Braxle- UcLendoa Mn. F. W. Haha Mrs. Ihe (0
left ta
an *.latr: Thls cough m* solo- Miss Helen llratlgnr.
( eondltloa. I riej BalsarTi MADE SOME GOOD ton won out la this contest and 8cberf i Wright Mrs Jobs Towa -It Is I month* ataee LP
R..dIDMr.. Frank Douglas Deitrloui refreshments consisting Mrs Charles >V. Hill. Mr. and Mrs that .1I11 at the home ofMr.
bad sick 'Jay sine That'swhst or Woman's. Club held I .
sbt Gan- 1.
a Becltatloa Mr. Lawrm
it did for me.:' Sold by Bls- (From Wednesday's Dally of chicken valid on lettuce leave Charles nom,..... Mr. and )ll"! ud eOorg HatchU Cry tl nie-tlnc yesterday ..w
Co Mn McAHlster. Beck has within 1.1H.Aaee4ol sandwiches, saltines and ollveawernerved. Tbomna F. )fcAaltrr.. Mr. and Mrs en Genre I Thursday the Fair kulMlsg. a
'f' earn. Drag *- Mr. Li.R..yTSker William W. slog at I.4S ] the a .
Charles Mr. c"bf.
he last few Accompanying this was a and Mn tohed bnsleeM from
day some
negotiated Sons by the school. lion of the of their t .
Joseph O. ten.Mr.
: %tbmsabulonn Adjor.ed Important real estate tale, among delightful trait punch. Saxelby. Mr. and Mrs. I .apl,1 tug wan brought up .. dispose* K.
It wan not till the nock hadstruck Chloe, Mies Lillian ]ltGAhe,. Mark Mia J". '
: MIN C. sot a
which I. the ask of some property very entertaining literaryprogram
work the BoarJ of Mousy to Ices oa improved property. .
later two dars Mary Alice Martin. Beecher, of Capt Mr*
f. the mystical hoar of mid- Mir Maud .A was Ur r '
to Miss to Dr. ns
: (busty Commlwioaen adjourned lonflBc Keating 0. S. Amad... Coooanut GI'OY' the Wbltt Mir Uaa Beecher, of Chicago. car oa U
night that Suite Dale
K. E. Chafer oa 7th street. She guests departed Mir Lata E. ..el1 of Xn J.
after auditing Ia.
7atcrdav afternoon McLendon. iopal marriage ; -
afro sold for Dr. Kempj of Key acting their no'teaae. Mrs Pries MtaJj McGlrOCiM .n ta charge of that
'' sad payinc moss of the kills coming REV. H1RRI8 ANT WIFE Wtinanta Miss Gwladys Prtc-WUlUais ills Rn Mr. Blaaf'bfort & the bride of the
Went to )fr. C. E:. Grave of than Owlady Prtce-Wll- ) afternoon's
: :Wtore. them.I WILL Rirrnx TO MIIMI liam.M Florence Price ice Price-William fates Joe Claney. was given father n The pp
l place 1!$ acres of :land. A large -WlDI una program for T
attendant to the bridal .
Dumber of cottages have through and Miss Hlckaon. that they had Win May Worley. Mia Eva couple will bo published before ,. ,
I Drogrd DecdS tier agency been rented for the sea Rev. I M. Harris and his wife, bad a perfectly charming spooky larbcrongh. Miss Louise Itkk..Jd. ..little Miss Jane Whit, 4&a.- order that tl.... l. misuaaVeUndlng "

Lain Colebrook,. a colored woatt son. also a minister win return to Miami Miss Albert Hlntoo. )!|lioI Lain ter of Mr. and Mrs Pkloea to time aa tbs ,

,> aa, dropped dead yesterday after- this winter shortly :liter Christmas. time.Those Mr Prtce- Schntt. Miss Lobe Maynard. HIM end niece of the ghocsa. who acted sad as to whom the part t for u
\ axwa while at work oa her farm I-REPARIXG ROYAL The Harriers are well known present were. Lillian Leonhardt of Louisville a* ring bearer. Mn Q. K Bock top are assigned. -
Williams Mr*. Wise. Miss Maude
a ta th* I.DapatuJaf'ehoL The body PALM EXCISE ROOM In Miami having conducted a seriesof IIlasAllce D.nden.Mlss NVIIIc Whit- I aecompanle on the piano by MrsPhlnes. I II
Coachman Miss Lottie
HI: was buried this mcralBg.I I meeting at the First M. E. tomb, Ml**' Elizabeth Hill! .MLu Ircaefcudoa. I I Whit, sang .B. 0 HAND
bliss Ellsaoeth BRnl
Hill Mia RosalIe .
: church winter before lot They : Mia ManJe \\ I Made Thee Mine u bra
Electricians are now busy about itilarth Mr. I pr. t
Qnartermaa Mia Kathleen Qllart..III.lI.a
I-; Mrs j"jLBUaop! win leave for the Royal Palm engine room pre.rlre own a home on tin street aDd have Maude- John C. Gramllng. Mr. Fn-diTW H. ty descended the stairway I Many Memos hero and throughouttie

It* : )*Laad Beat Wedresday. from there I .. the machinery and dynamo bad their beautiful launch stored Joe Claney.MU hand Jr.. Mr. Wlrt CulN-rtw.o )fr. I, parlor, and daring toe ceremony sharp county will
'" Wllllkrd Vies Amy Smith, Min Albert orchestra from Port b .arr. ..
aa MJaasI where ,she will Join her for the opening of the house on December here since thoir rlstt last winter. Miss Louise Hlckaon.Mt .James H Gilmaa. Mr Canon Hlavn glad to learn .I -. H Bf v
Hlntcn concealed behind
I ,--MD4..110 Is hated there for 7th. --. Mr. Sam Schntt, M Ivan Jaatfon. a large slog I Dad covn' '. solicitor
.' < ; Prt -Wmlam. Mr. Hickn. bride gowned In white c.rt. 1.b
j 'ato* to and bee achoolmatea are There ta no Raises Claudge Brown Mr. EMI Smith come a benedict and Is BOW peseasa-
Mr. A. A. Berge. Mr. Ike Bra- batiste and carried
both to fir her up.-Daytona Jour- DEATH OF RET. GALE I Mr. Tom UeGahey. Mr U. fl Jo->-., I a ao" I... of a better half to travel life'sJoaraey ,
tleton' Mr. Wade Burch Mr. Brewer of white
gael ruses.
0'1 AT MAJJGOXL.% TtTSSDAYIntonnstloa Mr Bn Cnarhman.Mr. Hugh Coach- I n.I."u with him.
WhY your baby ihculd be thlnualfretful I
; : Paddy Mr. Ben Co bmeot. Mr. man. Mr. Earnest I Ustefully trimmed i
during tbe sight Worm Albert Coachman' Hr. Charlie It Burch W.I.Bras- leave, and daring the reading of Yesterday Mr. Brasnlrg. was united +
are the causes of thin, sickly babies has been received: Cook Mr. W. W. Ctlbertaon.. Mr. i ilorn ton, Mr. Charles W. Mere!, )lr.I I the marriage the happy I In marriage to V Br
; UII0TIT* here of the death Tuesday evening Charles William. Mr.Athos LsSall .n the happy
It is natural 'hat healthy .
} FIRST I Mr. Join C. Orsm-1 stood of autumn H..J nft t.ktc
MOahev canopy
: Mr Oriffl couple
sod .-. I
babv should be fat and sleep welt st about ( o'clock: of Rrv. Elbridge i ling. Mr Frederic H. Rand, Jr. ,1 I IMr. ---Mr. Mar.HALLOWKRw ." leaves and .IU.1 Fotlowtnf; a.- home of the HenHsgton. -
his home Is --
Uale. at at Mangonla I lad No details the
If baby bee not retain Its I ceremony t
your R. B. Tmemas. Mr. Sachwell, j the ,, which was o
roo.!..don't exoerlmect with colic his elrhty-
r ; SESSION IN cure and othenredlclne. bat trya horticulturist of pronounced and Mr. Earl Smith Mr. Canon Hln- FOR MISS CARPENTER a few intimate frteads of the .e ft lend* ,, the happy eoepl
recognised rblllty and was well and I o. the bountiful of flies *-
bottle of Whites Cream Verml-
>> .
favorably known throughout the (ns. Mr. Farnest Burch Mr. Ewe;'iPooe I trailing prtk..a laHhl. wasserved I I Mr and Mn. I
Braining win
fete, and you will! soon see your and Mr. Vernon Price William The spook were loose on the ridge in room which | resets I
sby have color and laugh a* It ronnty. He was a native of New near Cocoanut Grove Ilnlac \f Pal j| Rb In a few da
:t. Hallowe'en ass decorated In ptak and white A I ,
should Sold by Biscayne Drug Co. Hampshire and bad resided la Florida and many a wfHo'-the. .wUp hid away I reception was he'd! 'ront $ to 10 J at which plat .will make "
}- MIAMI for about thirty ,eafll. The funeral from the stare home. y
brf I
enter clock
J. MAXY TOURISTS COMING from wa the held Congregational yesterday church afternoon at l> FLLKXVILLHBine L Mr./ and MnHarUa Trapp'. beautl- I'||I Mr and Mn larrf'the recipient \ B11X.BERRY WEDDING
cottage was turned into a wdr of a I.r number of beautiful
}t Editor of East & *t Advocate TeD West Palm Beach the. Interment being skies. bright sunshine and !i I dwelling place of haunts aid witches and costly gift TIt will make AXXOCCTUAnnouncement .

," What He has Leaned In Woodlawn cemetery at that beautiful autumn foliage: united to The dim candle light within their boo.. at Fla.. where "r

"- place make a perfect (etob..>r day on IN aoiite and the red sad yellow Mr. Cry holds a reopoatldle D"eltlon !)*s bea .mad*
.Tlmes Union Intimates the, Mr. Charles. H. Walton editor ant are Thursday of last week" ears the Flat; without oa the wile verandas as cashier of the Florida East i of the approaching marriage of Mr t
proprietor of the woll-known East Bradley fennisen u.eel., cast tilt right Coast Railroad ." George P. 8,1 of OJur and Mis _
Fllenrllle l\' Y. ) Ire** of October sh-\dcwa for the company
of Still Further 'or sal. by J. B. Lammas. MIs-J. Louis p Berry fornteriy of Paris
Possibility Coast: Advocate Tltcsvllle arrivedat 24th. "when about eighty:; of the I flitting of tile witches who arrived -- I
the Windsor hotel la Jacksonville rlenJ of Mr. and Mr*. U. E. Ter- I from neighboring homes.Doly 1IIE LLOYD-HARRIS I Ky. but who now, with her mot11-I
Continuance I Tuesday from Boston New York I er, r *i *. at OJrs.) The marriage .
MERRILL TO MANAGE; uilllK'r gathered at Mt. Meenkbgato I the young ladle were la WEDDING PU I .
end -$her northern cities, when be ROYAL POIXCIATfAThe witness the marriage of their only costume; and the men present had I : w1 take place ..OB Wednesday I'

has been on t ::\ilon < f abont daughter, Alice lxjr.lv, to HarollBra.Iford a serous litre: choosing their part- I (From Tuesday's Datly) 17th of this _t. !

three mocth H* met fact that Mr. Henry W. Mere Rayraond.ot thla vllh>ge." nets for the ever-lng from the masked I Oe of the largest social event of The evest Is o( great latereM to I

people throughout the 'a.m.ro.1 till would sot be at the Royal Palm This will be read with Interest bY I face Mra. Trapp assisted by wiht"r will b* the wedding of''I, tot many friends of both .r. Bal .a

(From Thursdays Dally) land states who are Hotel this year as Hi manager has frl nds of the Terwllllger famlhr In Mlw Ulllan Fari and Maw Georgia I Mr. Charles Harrison and '. and Mho Merry who are well *

Of the first station of Ibo Halted Jacksonville and the Fast Coast caused nor or less talk about what Miami, for thf'f.re well known Owlns. had prepared a long program i Elizabeth r Uo, on to- Ihrorot the county Mr Ban.
sorts this winter with their fs had to Mr. Merrill. It of Hallow.-'.> Srw 101d. t. reipornlMe place 1 of se*
h (Rate* Court to be held la Miami. re-I hspoened here and last winter Mica Teiwllli n rimes and the (th of November
Ik* TlBMs-tTaloa of yesterday say: relatives.and f/ienda. Mr. row comes from good authority tha cr spec wTeral months with hei trial of fortune mod the merriment at sass clock In Ocala The rr''I" .r the Das County Dtne i

-Oa November 18, or one week predict a big tourist season for Mr. Merrill will be the manager or parent Her May In Miami was A ... In rr- way ahcn: like I nodding will take place at the I I U.1 Executive Committee and _

N fresa Monday the fall term of the : East Coast this winter but the rush the Royal Polnclana Hotel at Palm \.r, enjoyrlfe one for she watbiwn U eleven o'clock I th* twenty-fire I i Methodist church, will be sots 10 a fruit grower Q promlntae*.

cowrt at Miami ls to be convened 1 oath win not commence until after Heath and that his chief clerk.Mr many pocl.l attentions an* 1 giits were Invited to tile dining; emnlied bv Rev ne. \ Atktsan.Hekre |I His brtJe-eleet I. a charming and '., t

Just what this term of the court the New Year's holldavs. Many people I William Menllffe will go with him .a. very popular In wch.tr<< circlestere : room where a bount'fnl flvecoursqsupper | the 0Ira.. Atklon highly coltjrcd youag womaa 1

y .IB develop eaaaot be stated nndt I said. they had never visited Jack- I 'o that hotel was served. Her? also were i on the orfat. urpnlf'd on th- P.NTPIITAITED; PRIKNDK ::1
roBvtlle or other place along the ffter tasteful decorations
| snay a* that the tern will be a honeymoon rlp to New of pumpkin I tiolln, Mis C rt'ae Richardsi
CMtlswedCerUlu I last Cost bat will surely do so Order a case or son tilts delivered I York and other n-lrhborlnj clllei )j vine! and flower with an Immense i Galnesttlto. play a beaatil I WITH Dr\PIRTY

j I this winter, U bitter cold ....tb..1| .r shipped to you by the Miami BottI Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bill) be at jack-o'-Unteru over the dln'ng! tables l ful mn.I.1 prngrsm. I i
: pronage case, It 1s ua- i I* predlced for the New England homo In Ellenvllle after December : hfr M.... George L. Mcdonald I I Miiis ''.rrt. will be given In mar (Film Wlne&y'. Dally
erstooJ are to be tried eventually I II IMr I ag Works. Mrgh Miami. Fla. t 1 ,
I .ta.... lit J pre.tdatlAfter. 1 tinge bv her and she wilt UtI It'I.: Minnie Flaaev eels-l ,
at II...... thnach It ls believed that f.lh. .
Walton It I brite-l ter eleventh birthday *
would U '
say welt | ---- -- the torte Mrs. Trspp !.- have her mMron bet !
at. silks will be t.\k. la these I I for hotel managers and boardlag COMPLETES FORCF OF I lift HTVART r MKl: vlted all the meets to retun. to mater,I Mr.. William o.IDO.Pew "'.y ->r Inviting almost' a r're of

cases until Aasistant Tailed State house managers to place the house i I W. C. TFUX3RAPH OFFICE ENTH.-'MNS: .' I.i I 'he parlor excepting Miss Louis j ere. and her other sister" Mute lier. little friend to attend a party
Attorney General Russell ls beardfrata. la neat ltd orderly 11 her tain OB Hrh ktrrtt In the
: niak*
condition -- Carpenter and as that young: ladytame I 1.1.Karri win act :a< the maid rafternoon
Th. eases are hi. are aath < them attractive for the visitors and i (From Thursday's l>ailT, > (From Sa"nr
.i disposition cf them It te gonerbettered advertise their houses In time--not Mr L. R Mardis. an ex nert telegraph Mr ftnart Hevser entertained'; ..eted w'th a merry bunt orlattthter i1vi Ether. W.lt.brd.r..1 Miss U'Man '( delightful tm was sprat la j

ally "win go over until he wait for he rucb.WHle operator his arrived in the i tight royally a party of his yr.nnv l and eixorted to two ..arptaM" '1uar: acd Miss Valeta Totter Mr lading I merry game aid partaklnrrt

Ie. heard tn1Sb.s the people" | may be a little HIT to B1I a petition on the day shift 'friend last evening at his home on i-overed with packaps. 11> best man will be Dr. \VltI tb. good things to eat 1tkl had
far nothing has been beard late In coming *south Mr. Walton In the Weztera Union Telegraph office Avenue B. Muilc and tames In With a few words Mn. Trapp explalnej I I"am H Powers and the I provided fo the IU. guests r

raarJIag whether er not Mr. Russell says they win surely be here, and wlkh ban been short the put .treat variety mae '". time guile to the as'onhhed brid--to and tr> .will be M..r.Irm..1. ThO".i I Mls Minnie received an.." ofpretty

'.m corn to Florida sgala ibiswrCator Jacksonville St Augustine Ormond, several month on. account of the bv swiftly IcJeed. and before any be that the HaJlc-we'cn party was I I H Harris. Fank Harris Jr.. Ste- I ,.. among taunt sew

tan for dispatches seat from u.J'I'u, Titnsville. Palm Beach: and telegrapher trtrf'I1If're' floe" was aware of the fact It was In her honor The 'hlrty-flnt ffhn| I. l ard E: J. Crook Of ml) very handsome one r
New York
to ,
Washiagtoa papers Miami will get thousands of the time to bid rood-ment+ to their genial October being her blrtl'da! and this (eaU, Mr. Benjamin K. Thrower.Jr --- '
which Indicate that he will agaia lo.rleta-"mea Union So Use bent and thank him for an ununtallv Kino' cave the hostess opportunity of Calnesvill aid Mr William U.Hf lius role

take .a has la peonage eases this pleasant evening Cream to rive her. It linen she wer ID sen. Finch of Birmingham Ala FRII'tY EVKTItO

Be Charitable Talking yon cant heat Herblne aid cake ewre served. Those presort Tbe ptrkar eon's lied sn nnus- .After the ceremony at the
y for the liver The greatest regulator w-re. Miss Ruth Teller, Miss nally bfciitirul crlJIH\loa of line rhitrrh the bod pret 1 party will be entertained (From Wednesday's Dally)

A BlcalaVaat PrayerMty To your hour as well a* to yearielf ever offered to Bartering. hnmanity Margaret White Miss Kathleen: "Mnn and Miss Carpenter very Informally a the hone o,' At the danr 1.1 ev-olae. th*

You need not suffer from If you suffer from liver O" *tterman, Mis Gla.1y Lasseter. ib"rtnl"aly; received tb Ti. the bndo'i parents Mr and Mn Fair building at the regset of the

th* Lord help you make paine of any sort-your bones need complaint. If you are bilious and Miss Catherine Ol".Mis* Alice Walter Resides the hone guests; MnTnpn's Fn"1 H"rrt" on Softh Third str*** managers: of tile IroonoN Beta

'Backlra'k Arnica Sa've: known to i-ct affer. Try a bottle of Ballards will pnt It la Its proper eoedltlon. *. MIN Elearor Mtl'). Ml. OUdPnck. mother. and b other, Mn aid Mn Uoy4 will leave on 'i..ars Cline and CrllSs. aa ..

't ; sn" writes J. O. Jeaklas of Chap- Snow Liniment. It cures all pains. A posture cure for constipation bll- 'a Miss Eva
ft BTIL N. C. It qukckltook the 1 M. RI\ ..na. Bakersfield Mo, fretful ,Its your liver and HerblneKiasnes Getter, Mr Claude Brown Mr. Earl: were present having trotted but nil ...-ks In the Fat and S.. 'I,a' a dance win to glees at etP

t ..JI&a oat of a felon for me and cared writes: "I bare lined your ttnlmeot *,*dyspepsia' and all II'. doe Pmlth. Mr. WMenun Caldw-11, Mr. 'be night bef'.re As a I ostess Mn nd "er the fl.t of rentber "-ti vriel o F'tHay eeali sad a cot-

. It ta a wdaderfaOy abort time." for ta yean and find it to b* the \n R torpid liver Try a bottle and Orlo Halalln. Mr. OflO''C' Fink. Mr. Trapp has n-i equal sail the pleasant h* *t h'-me to tk-tr friends at the vital Invitation wa \t odM to all ,

Bert O't earth for sore bums and bet I bare ever used for man 01bent. you will never see anything else.Sold i David Ca'dmell. Mr. Hart Taiborrh evening will always be remem evidence of rD ..1 Mn William ''O present to attend the Irtxjwots 1 t

wwaalL Sic at all dnULU. ." Sold by Blscaya Drag Cart by Biscay I Drug Co. .. and Mr. Cecil Watson.s. bered. .\nd rl. on Fort King avenue.'R fa'ta A


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)lr' Charles P. Pbnilps: of Nw 1 Mrs. C. V. Vlhlea std: Mrs. J.ihaUngren. .

1 .L i1! York, U among the 'ate arrivals la of Perrln art sptadlng
/ 'the city aid ls stopping at the San the day In town. doing tome shop-

Car),. ; riD,.
I --- I Burdine &
ljofcs Mr O H P nro Iman: of Newfork. Mr. and Mrs. CJiiries M. Barnes.althv .

; Ik 1, who has seour.'d the Brlclreli *<- people of Pbll "t'lphla.

I i i teRldence on th>- !tenth tide for the ':, hate arrived In the cl'y and will

i: waaOn. has arrived 'n Miami. II. |I I take a cottage for the season.Meun. e i

.I. }Ir. and Mr E. B. Lent of New Huntlng'-tt and Small
f (FROM FRIIA\8 D-UI.Y) I (FROM MOXDAYTS DAILY) ;rork., hive arrived for the whiterand ![ b.Ulu'TI"d chxrg< of the dining

':" -- .- I will oc-'apy their attract-lYe. I( Olfat the Fan Carln. al'borghMrs. '
Mr J. T.Woffcrd. a plonetr cltIsen Friends of Mr. Arthur Keller win home en 12th rtreet Ova Muller will remain la Announce their }

of Hallaodal Is a via 1 tor In regret to learn that he Is quit UI. I I barge of the bouse. '

Miami today.Mr | retained last Mr. Grey Holcomb.; of New al
f Judge G A Worley late arrivals Ir Mrs T. C. Haa-,toe and Mis. M.
York a among
Jacksonville. |
T ,. Price the hurtling rlpht: from a trip to Miami and h. comfortably located I'. Wlllson. who h''t b' f>veiling
morchart of Danla. 1s a busineuvlvllor K-latlve". and Men in In Miami for
Mr. Hugh Coachman returned last | at the mscayne. I, _".. rf't"rn'J' his raornlnc
In Miami today. [ i I rome w
night; from k trip to Atlanta.Mr. their homes In Tno.iMr
Mr. E. L. )Hniir ts a visitor ) i
Annual Fall
Cheatbam has returned !
Mr. Joe I Openingof
C Benton Dean has returned | from Jacksonville to our city aD'
t Mme frrm DeLand. where b* spent i itaking : *. II T. Ferris and childrensho
I ton Ni.shvllle .her.. lie has been ; while here may be found at the
h' horn Fperdlng the Jl
tM few da .. \v* um-
past / a course In a business school J I Biscayne, Hotel. II1..rI'h Mr l.rrt?' parerts aid t

Miss Lena 8b1<-14.. :afters via- :,'i. t"'t'I In Stanford. Conn are es1Nr''Pd
7 tIn Ionize T. Berry of 0,11" to I Mrs Robert C Lewis ana faaib home
returnel IQ arrl\e tomorrowtight.
It of '"-several days In town
of her frlead Mrs. MarIt't ,>-
Hamoctead this the guest united here last night from the .
to her home at
A. Groom on Avenue B. 'I north and are rejlatered at the Bis-'

ft morning. __ |I 'cayne.Ills VT. and Mrs. Ton.*.,.. who rnvalecently I
Mrs. Henry J. Fggcr returnedhome t;, _
Mr*. M. D. Ra_ll and two chtl { Saturday nUht from a pleasant nlseStlnhonser and brotter. rrturoed from a trip "(0.tll Millinery Dry Goods k
the San
dren retnrnel home last night at- < end have been 3nesn at I ,
Halt to friends la Alabama.Mr. : _. E. Stemhon-jer will re
,1 tar having spent the entire summer j jla Mr. i Carlos for a fewlav*. Itt thu ,
turn In a few days from ,a very *ijoyEM corning> for their home at Cocoanut
the corth. | ant Mis. Sherhan have ar- \ trip nortt. Ciote.Mr and Ladies Furnishings
deed In Miami to spend the win- i "

u' Mr J. W. Ives the genial post- ter. Mrs. Sherhan I*. sister of Mr. |I Mr. James M. Thompson, who hasbeen i J M. Bryan )Ir. A A.Stir II- .i
end merchant of OJu, Is la F. Coiner. Io.D.I'
4 masts M. spending several days In
von. Mr. John rliyan and Mr.Pik
Miami today, tranaactlrg bualncwiattain. .
I returned to Central Supply Station
(>I Danlaarre down In Mr. Brynn'*
Mr. James M. TboJupioa came np I.| Ibis morning j ji new Ford car yet',,",,". nx-ndlnn<<
from the Central Supply Station most of the day m 'Xllanii attending
4 1 Mr. George Zapf of West Palm Saturday' night to spend two or I i Mrs. BenJ. A. Deal and son. HubI ti haziness matters.

t.7L affslrv la the city: today. Mr and Mrs. K. D. V. Burr of -vests of friends In town for a brief pending the day In "Miami shaking
Arch Creek, tpent Sunday IB Miami ,ur.-PaUlka:
TimesHerald.I( hands with his large number of
Mr. ReginalJ V. Waters U once the guests of Mr and Mrs. V. A. ;; i friends. The colonel has one ot from 6 to 10 m.
more on duff In the office of Hudson Rutherford Mr. :McCain who has been roomIng the best groves la the southern p.

ft Bogta. attoineys law alter : at the residence of Mr.and Mrs. purl of Dade.
a brief visit to Tampa. Miss Lulu McLeadoa Tent up to R' M. Enrdln. bas cone lo loin I'

Fort Lauderdale ye ter
It \ Mr., Julius Emltk. proprietor of to make a short visit to ber friend stationed. I' t-enger: on this moraID,'. train a

ti the book store. Is again able to be Mrs. R. A. Bryan. bound for Jacksonville: where be
don town after aa Diner of scv- ,. Mrs. Han and mother went dowato win take aa examination before the

: aral daya. Mrs. E. A. Madden on Awn" A Long; Key this morning where i board i cf marine examiners' that
bas as her greet, her friend Miss they will reside la the future. Mr. :I ).

*::1 Mr. Ham, T. Tut.... of Dealt one Alta DC i man -of Lynn K.... who Hall being aa engineer on the F. I'll P:

of the thrifty growers of froth atd will prrbably sped the winter ia E C. Railway extecklon. with headMuarters I I Mr. Harvey Paine, for a numberof

.. vegetable. la that town I* transact I "HS.: at that poiet. i years 'connected with the Green- The public is cordially invited to

ag badness affairs' and chopping i leaf A Crcsby Jewelry Company, of
Mrs Margaret Arnold Groom returned Mr. and Mrs. Olenvir C. Frt-
ta the city today. i Jacksop.vllc, and who recently became
Saturday night from u .x- *.n len New York last Thursday attend and stock
Interested her with Mr. H. inspect our new
Mr A. Kaufman the wen kaowaMhotrgrapher. i tenJed trip north. Wall away, lor a short sta> In Norfolk before T. Whaler has arrived la the city
Mr*. Groom visited her old home la returning to Miami. Mr. and Mn. t
G "t mltb studio oa Atea. end will make 'MIami his tntnn
Kentucky, ..1.0t some tint la Krissell hate be-c pending the
D and 14th street U having home. Mrs. Pain will jola bio
St. Louis and Washington.Mrs. sammr la Sprtngfleld. II....
inmood here la a few da>..

and Wins Cohen, of CXlca> I A pleasant party of winter tin-
-f, placed. N. Y. who rprnt several week ton arrived at the B acryc last Architect. C DeOarmo. Is
here the latter cf last having a commodlons and aubstaatlal Music from 7 to 10
Mine Lets McLc-ndoa entertalaeaa part season I .lbt from Philadelphia. They are launch yacat completed la the
for the benefit ot In. tetter's healthurics Mr. and Mrs. K. Bana... Mrs. A
,. *, a small party of bor tripods verycharmingly yard of the Miami Fish Co. The
that they will arrlv herr D. Rut sell. Mir Edith RueellIJiaiA.
last evening at a Dutch timbers of the boat
again about tile ml.ldle of thla Audition and Ml*. C. Anderson. were securedby
tapper. Utn Mri/e?don proved ber- Mr. DeCarmo the keys and
month to remain aatll late spring. 'el" > I
3 : rely aa rdept. with the rhafing >tall N the frame put up at Cocoanut r

and her Welsh ratbit was proeonaed Grove. A few It
asrt was
James T DeBerrof W>-
Mayor Mr*. W. B. HlItot1"4 Mr. Ben
) lid perfect Trer Were present Palm Bch ia basher Tlsltota Jl'tnl'd' to the city for the finishing
a Hlaton have gone up to Woo on
7 besides tb. bosteu. Mr ltPo'UrRavsa the aty today .Thta ts Mr.DeBer- the Midland road where they win(1 work. 300 and 302 Twelfth Street Miami
*. MlM Agtf Uslna. Mr. Ro1tfey -
TT lint visit to Miami since bid rpcnd some time ecmplag out for ,
Tk Burdlae. Mr.Earnst Barcb and election, : to the offlco of mayor and the benefit of the Ut.e't health. I, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Keith: bad

Mr. Ewll Pop= t ta coaseqnenc> b* Is reelv'ng a I Bm's many friends, both here and farewell to Miami this morning w
----- large amber of coacratalatlobs I I at Miami. hope b* win derive muchLenedt laving on the train "or Jacksonville
I Mr. J. H. Morrow was host atn from his onUng.KIanlmmesValley.Gazette. where they will again make their ,l.r .
enthusiastic bowling contest: las: C. L. Hsddleston. Esq., formerly Lorn. This popular young couple

mlgbt Mr. Morrow's gnesta were: cashier of the Punta Oorda Baaa. have st-qnlred hundreds of friends

i Mir Kff I! Martin. Miss Mary Alice BOW one of the leading and most( Mr. C. L./i Hnddleston, of Miami. daring tehlr stay of abont thre Come and Hear the NOVEMBER

e M.rUa. Mir AUee Sanders Miss prosperous business mea of Kta... Mopped over here a few dan this years la Miami who will miss then LEGAL PAPERS

_ti Virginia Craig. Mas Lillian McGa- cam over last week to attend a* wfek on his wry borne from Arcadia from the sorlil world. Mr. Keith: FILEDr 1 ..

i hey. )lr. Homer Mercer, Mr.Watt witness In tb* circuit -eo.rt la Arcadia. where tie bad been cailed 0111 Is one cf the most nkllled plaalsta '

t Joaeo. Mr Cbarlt McG *. and Mr. WbU .witting to b* eallj bustneaa. While her he was the I. the state and baa been heard with Mortgage. C. W. Eehmld et u
Walter Welch.: Of U* single airing be down here .. I I pleasure occasions. MlTil's
A raa and pent "era. guests of bis fatber-iii-aw, J. R. j! upon many to ROM A. Bower, ll.SOO. Victor
a' Mr. We'ch bade blgbest. !$4. Miss & Ion li Jacksonville's and ,
days durtrg wblcb b* was cordially (..raves Sr. Mr. Ilnuu'.tntC'n Is al( gain Johnson to I .
; Mary Alice Mai tin. bent neor for greeted by many' friend oT former former resident of KlsslwmoM. and their many friends her hop to see Bond of Till, J. W.

't. lad..*. 1(1. Bowling la pain Mr. days. H* brightest this office 4H retain a warm place in bis' them again Inf Miami U not toe H. W..JoeIwt. et al. I$:0. part *eettoa -

Morrow aid Mia Martin mad the with a can on Monday. Panta heart fr oar town and says there. { good tor a visit $1. tp. 47. south range 41

roan of 10ilia Mails was Cords HeraM. L- I* ao place where b* fo4 so mnch I It east.Warranty 'Talking I Machine
.Yet awarded for her ehamptca'bin. s ) home as here.-Kisslmm** Val- FROM THCRSDAYS DAILY) deed John F. Plnder tux

f box of Hnyler's ea. ,.. Mr. Harrow Cp mlsi Decker Arrive* / ley-Gasett to Roy Finder for 11. I-I ACT

45 proved himself a dellfchtfatnj Capt. Herman Decker baa arrtvcela I Mr. E L. Brady vent to-Titusville In sectlca 24. tp. tl tooth rang !

'l the young people were Indebted to port with tU yawl XJnberlack. (FROM WEDnSD.U8: DAILY) on this morning's train. 41 east!

tlm for a most pleasant Tenlnr.Mr thick will be added to.ta* Rotal I Warranty deed. Frederick H.ipl: RecordsSmith's

r '1 I-alm fleet this .easonv, CapUla Mr. and Mr*. C. G. )once. of Mr L. T. Norwood,, a prominent to Jolla M. H mr, "41.'71; fifteen

*. Hattie Dixon was glresi a Decker came cSo"'J1a ,&N 1aa14.I Iiaytoaa. are at the San Carlos. orange grower and trucker of Hcme- acres In Section 24. tp. 4/. M>oth. .
i 'f'11alDf'"flit'" last evening when I route from Jacksohville; bringing 1 l stead U In town today oa business.Mr. singe 41 east, also 10 acres la ,

t the gtrU .iiploTd la Douglas ttor his boat to that port oa a Clyde Mr. N. A. Goodman of Clnc'-jnatl: Section U, tp. 41 south, rang 41 "

a xx-ompenlej' by come>> of her other Line itra'ner.Mrolling I, a guest of die Ul-tr.yu) Hotel. and Mrs. Mathew A.Marshall. earl I

r fHeaifs arnyssl la ra* ghcrtly Jrap- I I of Danla, are chopping in the city Warranty deed. Paul Zegelmeyer :itI

err of rbe ta and plltow rase Hosilh Mr. C S. Fellows n r tltw I Hl at today to John A. ZeJer et nx 1150.lot. I

laocki at her door. They were The arJ varbt owner.Stroller C. with H. Stan her wood captain the Biscayne from MlnneaimlU. I I heln--.t; 5. 1. 11. 14. block t. Union. i a
Thursday !
promptly bidden to eut r. and an Tax deeds. State of Florida to
evening of raN fia and jalllty ..- and. farallr! aboard stopped over )fr. Y. K. Knirfc (ta. of Naranji.It month. Ladies' ray will be observed Robert Uelborn.. i

.t aue1. Around the "iuy-tJ aN" fler'WejJr.br supply'i
they ant while the witch and her -- I to Wilson A: Toomer FertUlier' Co. I
attendants JUpered wonderful is e.. rout from Now York George B: Baker of West Mr..T A. Price the hustling merchant IUO on mulec. farm Implement

h f?rt...* hidden ta peanut obetta. U MMnrl and came from 8t. Augur palm Beach, 1* a ." Uor to Miami 1 of Dcnla. Is In the city thismorning Satisfaction of Mortice- )J:. C.
tine via be canaL The Stroller, ,
Many sad earioas the eh. todayMr. transacting business J. C. Verecn. IJ.OOO I e
were rv"* which I boat I Romfh to
ft nfty-foot with ahoatUStenfnot
that were wroncht and wonderful I Deed: Model Land Co.. to Madi *
f, a were some of the result. Nats. I Mir feet of beam and drawing about M. M. Richards U np from Mr. Frank A. Ross ,a representative C. Ives. ITS.. I acres In See 5. tp Book Store
water was oa of the Hamilton-Brown Shoe
the extension work and U pnjlnj
esrca and SI S. RUE.Hili .
ILtraits. confections were I 1 .
from >K. .
Annstla the
prospect Co. of St. Loris Is In town
la abundant and > a few days at the Fan Carlo todaylu of SaleMamie: Luke toWirrantr .
were njoj a I
| tk canal
being rinsed for ten
the Interest ..
of hU firm.
k keenly. TIle RD..u departed at U-, days *fcr son:* work J. .. Carroll. $ !2.10 _
neccssarr I Mr. Charles C. Ely, of Savanaah.
a ur that rbosts Df'e4-J. H. Tatnm et
ar* wont U withlhe i ife reoB. Capt. aa exTrt I Mr. Joe Cheatbam has CU1KAD SCHMH) WIULAM .%. MOCKAdopted
hwr of ml'airtit .."er ia' .- ( ooed dJtpxa.nwt1or1a bating has arrived In Miami and ls dipping accepted 4 nx to Aura Pritchard MeCrary foi
I at tile BUMyne.: position at the post offlc and willI ( U 51 and 41 OPENS RESTACBATT --
Ing bad the Um. of their Itrta. Um 12.000 part of lee. .
1 Iweiyat'ot* engaged la the
I his
begin duties there within the ,
China tnck. and has also held thekecth Warranty Deed-Ernst Stypmanato Reaoisikse by Well1lwC kledge. ;
Mr. L.R.Nardls ha arrived fl'C'madtaoDYlJle I next few days K IltrmbB tfeatel. $1X1 lot .. (From Tuesdays Daily)
FRO'1TRn.U"R ;
1 ( DAILY) of ante with the dyd 8t anOv I F. A A. M.
to tko a phavi a<
.*). H. erpects to spend tar op- block: 4, Stuart.SatJ.ht'Uoli Conrad Srhaild. the well known
stator la the telegraph offlc here. Mr. C. T. )McCrimmon who for
Mr. J M. Kllng. c< Goal"'.''''.. Inter at Miami and possibly locate of Mortgage-Anna caterer opened new dining room
has arrived la the about ten days has been ia the Interior Pritchard MeCrary to J. H. Titmn.Cl The Metropolis has been ftqs.*ted .
; city and U reghtered tbor. *.-Daytoaa GaettNews.TCESDAYS on Avrap D. oppotlt; the post of
Mr. J. S. Castellow. of Naranja of the state on business Isagaia
t '& t0 publish eke following resort
at the fan Carlo r ) 1X flee la.I 1/11:11/: t. t lng aa elaborate
i was la the city yesterday oa ba.ttoU. at horn E. C. O R tk t t:"R' i DAILY- I f'ed-F. C. Ry. to o. I spread and feas'lig the members
Mr. Joseph Stelwsgon. of PhUadelphla. Franklin $145; 5 acre, tit 11. of the fire department bsnd. who I| Mock formerly of ftwane Bounty

t I *s a late arrival at (b* San Mr. C. H T>*nney Ian reg1sU>r* Mr. Otto Frorlep. of Redland Ula has a o far: recovered from her r-
of Corinth
> Carlo be Pan Carlos, tram'New York : deed. Gsstoa Drnk et the occasion. Mr. Schmld's ability Led** No. tl. t
: the city today proving hUhomett | :illnens a* to b., able '0 sit
vp up F AM. Wellborn
J'1L. Sept
jrentmoett nx to Gen. BUtner for I1.UI. part .s a chef and cook are well known
i Messrs. E. E. Stover aaj E. D. Mr, H. Hunter of New Tort I. td. whkh ls one of the moot i I of the dayI I rectlon 7. tp. Si south nag 42 and h* proposes to on1n t a list Htb, IS67!

Reel. are virltor from Jacksonville at tl. Blscayae.Mn. valuable ia the county. I east clans restaurant In every respect. "Whereas the Great Grand Master
to tie Magic ('U,.. I Mr. and Mrs Joseph F. Chslll i Warranty deed James H Oilman at the rnl".,.., who rale kt all

M T. Masters has aa bet Mr. W. J. Brown the well ;are, the happy parents of a baby Anna Northnp for $5 north hair things bu soon Bt ia his wtsdoaa ts
i A era bora tr Mr. known plumber has mUrDf'd from hoe who arrived at their nom yesIterday. 14 Miami. YCHT 8TROLLFR take from' our lodge Brother VMU t
# tat sad Mrs greet -her cousin Miss Hln oa, of 1'0 110. Woek! north }
ri J W. Warner at ibelr bom taRJvsTsid Orlando a businew trip to New York and I Mortgage Fred Hltgs et ux toE ARRIVED IX PORT Ham 4 Mock, (late of Puwaaae.eonnty ::

Wednesday' of this week. t-tber northern points. W K Stlrmp. for $105 Florida but later of Deer- >
I I Mr. J. Htlbjd Cheatham left i (From Wednesdays Dally) I .
I I field. Dude c<)lIal,. Florida ee
-- Mrs. Florence linden of Cocoa' Mortgage Milachl: Smith to E. W. theatre
.moL Mn Pred Hand aal little dangh- Grcve. has returned from a trip I Mr. and Mrs. GteivllUt C. Frill I this morning lor Jacksonville where F. Stirrup $110. The auxiliary sloop yacht Btrol'er.Capi. IIIf' It

let QiWheu. retjirM Int right Itel north. fell bare re'tirnod homo after a I i, be will, spend wo or three days oai I Mortgmce, Th-so plackshrar: to r.I I I Staewood. which was ono or I "Resolved.' Ry this lodge that tt

Y from aa extended sojonra to Mrs. kgtB7 visit to SprlnKfiflil, ..I..... I i I business.Messrs. I W. F. Stirrup for I'.S.AsiKnnionl the fleet of Royal Palm dock pleasure the d-ata of Brother Mock w. bar

1 Mazda parent la Atlanta Ga.M Mr.uid Mrs. E. A' Graves are I and other cities north I I ', of mnrtjrat-e. Filet I party boats last s...!to.. ..n.1i rtby brother. and t
J S. Cantelow. L. R. Nixon Bro.n''!i In port yesterday afternoon from he widow and
romfnrianly located for the winter National Bank of Miami, Ut 0,11.11. air.* tad
Reel A. Bryan. sapenBteaaat in apartments at the Flaley. Atorney Hatson B Saunders and ,, and C. C. McMlnn of the Home- Mcodv I New York and will oc at once fitted; althful husband! and fatter aad bert

a,. of the State's dredging operaI. I 4)r. H. C. Hood of West Palm a, MoaJ country spent the day In town Assignment' of mortgage, Brown nut and prepared for the season'* further +
., iris at Fort Lauderdale cam t-> Mr. Samuel 8. Tennant. of Philadelphia Heaeh, are hunlnees visitors In tft yesterday. Mo ,IT to Joseph 7spfFtifrMon j I business "Revolved. That a cony of taes. e

arrived last night and t* I city today I -.z.-- of Mortgage Joseph i -- r'"Ol..t..n. be recorded la tb* book .
I 4 guest at the Blscayne Hotel I Mrs. Anna Dearborn will 7.apf to L. R. Nixon. Ful'Xn VERDICT OFi ,>f record of our lo.>r*. and that -
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hatfh-tt. of l leave In a Jay or two on an extended I ..
U burlaes altErs > be left "
Mnrtu::". U R. Nixon to H A. i i 9l'ICll UY MOKPHIXF page blank to the was
\ ton was born to Mr. and Mr. I West Palm Beach are la the city. 1 visit to rtla'lv and friends i listen for $200. "ry of our deceased brother sad :*
the rnefts of thvlr tr.ict..t Urn.McAllister |Iin New York
Mr Oeor 0 Butler : b It f"r1I1-r
f ; e county taxasxewor Warrer. cf. Coeoaat Grove las' state Timber deed 01 l If'Aw. L R Nixon ; *
( and a corps ot ....,.UDt.. Saturday.Mrs. .. Beck on 12th Mreet I ; :; I i tu Drake Lumber. Co. ( Thursdays Dally) "Resolved. That a copy of tM
will leave U'morrow morning for I Ml, iJnUIe :\ of Homestead. -- 1 Late yesterday afternoon the Jury resolutions lie mailed to the wMow fht
Mr. and Mrs. George K"nt. of If for a 4av or twj; he guest of Her !, mv-cUgaUng' the death of W. T.
Taaia. where they will start Mon- O'Brien, of Bn-Tia Vista has } I\TKRNTIOXAL OORRESPOXDEXCE nl Rr>th 'r Mork and t/> the MlaaitMrtropol -
r4 Jay oo a mrveytnar: tour of the FX returned frtm a lengthy vacation I Chicago, are among. tbp late urrtv i frlrnrt. Mrs. S. 3obo Dean on tbonth Kt-ocb, who wrs found lifeless lahe *. and toh Llv Oak
i : EC Railway Company. lands near spent la the north. t sis In the city and are at the SaaCarlos. aideMiss Itauer has recenty I COITONC hold of the -luarantlne sieam- IVmocrat with" request to pM1ab

| i-1 Daaia I! had: built one of the rosiest 'otI I ( "T Ih.A'ant. Toesdat moraine on ib* ssm. ''
ReipRtfslly submitted."Oorre
I A daughter was bora yrst3 __ I\.c.. ..< Ft Hom' ..trad and will cMebrste I (From Wednesdays Dally) hirh N>it he was I'1IrtD..r.bro.rlu E.: fawktas, .

M... J S. Bradford has returned to Mr. and Mis. R. B. Fickle. Busra During the absence of hr slrtr.' Its. completion very &soon by 'I' Th t local I postollc now has on I: in l verdict that d.-cuil had "ulj 'W W. Leggett.

from a rotoarn of two months spent Vista. I IMn. Mrs. Lowe. Mire VlrpInU: Oialg will i giving" a house warming. ale international correspondence j elded: by takl'ig tu overi'owof more "A. C. geipn,

|n KtantoTi. Va.. and other I board at Mrs. Belcher's on Avenue 'I reply coupon a new InoTttlon la l bine. The funeral was held th'i "Commltte .**
fcorth. Mr*. Bradford's trip poIDt.1 Harlan B Poaae. of 7th' B. I I Gen. end Mm VB.. ShaUuc. res- postal stamp .."lell. The coupon li afteraooa at Z' 10 o'cloek from the

/Be benefit ft her health street who ban been quite ID. I* | fr\ winter visitor/ to MIami. will I Intended towork as followsA pr- na eriaklng parlor of W. H.Comts HEATED "R.li.n\ilY. t

deports that tier time has been very now raHdly recoveringMb Capf. and Mrs. J.t.. Key ot arrive very roon, probably be'ore Min wrUlnr' to Naming for In- Co. a delegatlcn from the Eagles,
eajoyably pest; and her health Key Florida, srert the day In town | Thanksgiving:' to spend the entire I stance and desiring to furnish postage ..Iler.dIDC the finest and furnishing PL.%O: t'OR SEASON:

greatly Improved. Blanklnshtp. of Atlanta bas ,..tn.lay aDd left this morning for i fur on. Gen. Shattnc Is aa enthuse for a reply bays ODe of the eou- I the pallbearers.: ,The Interment
I Through: the o' Mrs E. CReek
rrr;>ed la tile city, and Is a pen their home. lHtlc sportsrran and spends most of PODS at his or her nearest postofflc was III the city cenetrry.CHOOSER areas
I I In a letter from Mrs DougU' to at the Blecavne Hotel. I f'I tl* time while her out la his boat and Incloses It la their letter. Th* --- the fro;Searjeaweti< place, o* taoCocosaat '

Mr.Wldeman CaMwell. anaoan ..' Messrs. 11.. Ready and Harry with hook and lln*. party receiving It takes the coupon LAWRY 4UI1.JID for trail naa bees raUed ,

e* Bal the end M,. Douclas would Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Welch: sad I IIlttJ@ C. Budge went up the road as far to their poslojce and U given In exchange FOR SEW ORLE..1XI wealthy th northern imuion to Mr Bare. a '

probably sail on tto. tiPt of Oetob- snclitor... Mary Alteo. are now as DaD). Mr. Brady on hulner and I I Mrs. J.T. Hickson. eon and danrbten. Mamo postage for the return I la the gentleman, who ta ,

tr on the Celtic for New" York Rhea la Scrasota visiting Mrs Welch relatlves. Mr.Badge 10 do some quail boat- Mr Hirold nol Misses Ethel letter. la this way the inclosing: or (From Wednesdays Dally) now city.

y and Mr. Dovgtai bad been very I j IDI. and Lillian Seftoa. who have spent fringe i rtamr la don away 1th. TIle Benaer schooner crA.. OFFICE HOCRA 0)1'CITY

t best while la Paris electing some ih. pact: rlx months In (".DadA. at The coupon costs: six cents Ijwrr cleared and sailed this morning CLERK t

niniaery and novelties tor their Mr. Charles W. McPherson of Dr. and Mr. E. W. Push returned the home of Mrs. HI lraoD'. mother -- I for .01_ OrVsns with a full srgo ADAMICity

winter stock. Ftaart. on. of tile prominent mem-j la>' night from a twq months aoJo on the bank of the St I..W""Deft. Cleaning >p noalerard % of machinery\ and other. material Clerk \ U t
hen of Die boars of testy oomr.lv .r4 la Ashevllle. bere they went i will leave Canada for Miami on the The city street,gang U engaged- removed from the Morgan line ,,- the baa determined
Orion betweea t
sire: Mr. Hear Cha* has retaraed Ftoners. ratp to Miami last ntgM',, far the braefit of' .. Pugh's 1th cf this mon'h. They will r.. Jay :n cloning up '\ad improvingthe I gel, Lass.ll. which was ashor and ADd J IJ oviork daily, as his omen

-j t from a chnrt visit to friends at I to be present. at the meeting oTU., j;i!; I'nlth. which was ry poor for ."*la la Miami throughout the wIa- Boulevard between 12th and Cth lined nth water off Bean Cut fox hours, daring which time a* eai b*
.-1'1".... ,-Wed Palm Buck board today. "crera1 weeks going away. ter. street a vt.ral' days a few weeks ago. fouoJ' st the city haU.gcrsolJalljewft .


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i SUITS FILED IN All England Celebrates Guy Fawkes 1I 1 I 4 : -


Day, The British Fourth of July'


Telegram FromLL

; OFFICE The Enthusiasm is Not so Great and Event is Gradually

Losing its National SignificenceLondon

\ And Other Legal Business I "Santa Glaus"

NOT 6- With the cnalomtr inr of parliament on November 5.
'! and of that ,
Reports ) flrework: booflre and patrlollc which as to end in a tragedy
mould rtartle the world when the
addressee, parades sod dem-
Record brat disagreement came that wa to
onf>tratk>ns. Gay Fawke day the end the great plot with Ignominious

British fourth of July li being celebrated failure The plotten could not .. tr
. '" throughout England; today. agree; upon a plano warn the "
I The occasion of the celebration I* Catholic members of parliament of 1' er
the anniversary of the attempt to the Impending doom In which they New York October
I 17th 1907
MM HOHTU1F OCTOBER ,low up the British' house of Parlia- otherwise:. would! be slaughtered ,
i.'ent, KIDS, Lords and Commons with the rett
t ( Fawke and rla fellow consptr- Finally: an anonymous leter wan I Tothe| Miami Metropolis: Miami Fla. '
r atom In 1605 Although the enthusiasm cent to Lord Monteagle, a Catholic
manifested h not a* great atin |ieer. warclnf him not to be presentat
k Marriage License lasted, Taxes oast yearn and the celebration hgritdnMlv I the opening of Parliament The i I will be too busy this Christmas to attend to a great many .things
losing Its national and author of this letter Is not known, LY.

t Collected, Report of Treasurer nil U historic being, r-ncrallv significance observed the holiday capes to although hare been It one is commonly of the conspirator believed down in Miami so I wish you tc give the doll and trousseau I am sending .

1. Other Items of Interest lal'v bthe chlldrea tamed Graham :
The name of Great Britlau's great- Montearie took the letter to Salisbury .
h wit and rol-v! gaia Jay Is some- who In turn brought It to i you, to the most popular little girl in Miami:
,' ..hat mislead: ng. in that the whole the Klr<<. and this finally resultedIn .
\ credit or onus of the "'gunpowderplot uncovering the gigantic plot. Iccrder '
I will be there Christmas Eve. 'SANTA
, During the month of October the ha< been popularly laid on the that the conspirator might ,
t following legal paper were filed lathe shoulders of Gay Fawket. whereas b* taken redhanded tt>t arrest was
clerk office, suit Inatlta d.BMirtao history records that he was far postponed until the dramatic moment -
llcisa" ".ed. 8UU aat from being tbe most Important of In order to allow Catesby to CLAUS"I
.l tanty"taxes ..received etc- and ota- the plotter and appears to hare escape This he did, although he
, er bmalaeM- been: ch*en by the chief conspirators was shot a few day later while attempting -
because of his coolness and ; to arouse a rebellion
z Paper Flied the In Worcester I
courage against King
There wen 151 paper filed lathe Robert Catcstr, a scholar and a Guy Fawkr. who wa detailed to
clerk's office, ninety of which /gentleman but withal( a' plotter lire the train which would blow up
t I were deed' of eonveyancetwenty- was the originator of the plan.Greatbenen'i parliament house was taken a* bewaa A Handsome Doll and TrousseauTo
f,. were mortgage of real estate and had been expected by the leaving the vault and the real :
,. the balance thirty-five were at- Roman Cathol: from tbe accession of the conspirators were either kill
Uchme ataNtJat&dloD. of mortgage cf James I. to the throne The ed or captured at Dnnchurch where
t bass bOis of sale sad contract laws of Elisabeth! had been unjust they fled Fawke was terribly tortured -
; Bwtts ta CbMMcrf and cruel toward them and they and though he was rendered c
,. Minnie H. March ex parte. peOUon had, been led to expect gretter tolerance t<. weak that he could scarcely
license to become free and amelioration of theirwrongs mount the scaffold be retained his {
for a
the most little in Miami
t dealer Hndsoa a Boggs. attorney from Janx-s munificent fortitude *o the end popular girl
4 ,S, for petitioner. In thin they were dlnappolnted' By c> act of parIla.neut.the member -
, B. F. Utsseter A Co. n. JoMpb The laws respecting Catholicism of which barely escaped: a terrible I
B. Oautlerattorney and CathoMn were rcsJe even more death November 5 wa proclaimed ,
1, Zapf IcJancUon. R. -
rtrlnpeM and inferred with greater a day of thnnkrgivlng for-
; Oertrade for petitioners Joiner Scott n. James brutality and renewed rigor Pop- I ,.er. For two centuries afterwardthe I Nothing in the world is dearer to a little gif 1 than a doll, Ino matter whether a rag w
ular discontent with this state of annual celebration were marked
,: K.Bryan Scoot,and bill Hudson for almony a Boggs.Bryaat at- affairs led to the gunpowder plot. rljtous eicesoes. in which drunken i doll or a rubber ,one. For that reason, the Metropolis has arranged to give to the (

- It was conceived with all the ingennlty men and women paraded the

; lomev Application for complainant.for removal of disability of a master mind and great treti all day carrying efflgle of most popular little girl in the City of Miami a handsome doll and trosseau, consist-
hardships and danger were bravedby Guy Fawkes which at night wero

s" ( Rand attorney of Pant D.for Fisher petitioner Price. a carry tne It cplrator to a successful In attempting end to the Imrned Accorapsnlmert In huge conflagrations of firework to. ing, of a handsome twenty' inch doll, dressed in white lawn; with four extra dresses,

':.. .I fore M dome E. Clark of n.mortgage Oar A.Smlth Price a The to plotters manual, a'l toil gentlemen, ixcavaled inseed drinking fleece dancing religious and hatred mad orgiesThe once coat, two hats, bathing"suit; of blue flannel, rubber cap and bag, kimona, completeset

Ramd. attorney for plaintiff through nine feet of stonewall more engendered in the breast (
\ Chfrk Bilckell rat, L. E. and o of underwear extra socks toilet articles such as tooth brush comb
" in order to get beneath the Protestants and Catholics alike on brush,
of mortgage
Dora Hill foreclosure house of but then found the annual
commons of Guy
.y Seymour t-AtUa.,.. attorneys for that a mash btneatfc the edifice was rawkes day baa now died out and curling iron, hair-pins, sachet, hand mirror, fan and everything you can think of.
I aOaintin to let. Thla.,. engaged by Guy the anniversary has now become
.I, M. J, Rran n. Elisabeth Erwin A Johnson D.Ryan listen and under cover of dart little more than a general holiday These things are all neatly arranged in a handsome trunk, three trays, lock and key
a bin for divorce
re's tblrtb..I.\ of gunpowder with nearly all thought; of its tragic
; 'attorfor plaintIff. were conveyed to the vault significance Tanlshej from the t ,
-;; .' Annie Dorsett T*. Claudius Dorsett All was In readiness for the meet- minds of the present generation 1
Mil for diTOreo. Prune a \
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t RanL attorney for; plaintiff "'..

'1 tatts hi Oomntj: Comet Plans to Secure Permanent PeaceIn Conditions of Contest Basis of Votes
A '. B. F Laaeeter a Co. T* W. N.
1 '. Wood, damage. $140. R. B.Can-
. ,- tier attorney for plaintiff!
' 3..1t Dora T*. R. H. Seymourasump Central America Will be Discussed

lt damage. '15'. R. R, -

.' '.. Taylor National, attorney Cycle for Co plaintiff.. vas W. A. \ 1. Any girl under fifteen years of age, residing Votes will be allowed on all subscriptionspaid

Loftcn. Jest| T. Sa.den. attorney \ in the City of Miami. will be eligible to. to the \Metropolis on the following basis: -
for John plaintiff rrohock n 0. D. Tucker By Delegates Representing the Five Republics at a Meet- enter the doll contest. "

." .. .. ,' 1480 Price a I
aasnnpslt damage
r., > Rand attorneys for plaintiff ing to be Held in Washington 2. Each candidate wishing to enter the

i' Bank of Fort Pierce n. 8. 8Stanley 1 month, ((5'weeks), 50c____ -. ______ 50 votes
for the doll must have 1 her certi-
contest name
cttacbmett. Fred Fee. attorney -
t.t' 3 months, $1.25-----------------___ 175 votes '

;' Sander for plaintiff Fertiliser Co.. n. 8S 1 fied to the Metropolis, by parents or friends. 6 months. $150__._____..'_____ __ 400 votes ]
Washington NOT 5- Plans to cltftlppl Congress was held In Kan-
attachment Hadon ftBogts.
Stanley. attorney for plaintiff secure a permanent peace In Central ass City and wa rendered memorable 3. The child of Bny officer or employee of 1 year $5.00...___ ______ __ __ ____ _1,000 votes .

: ftalt U ClmK Cost I America mil be considered by i| Knot's by first the speech delivery: Incorporating of Secretary the the Miami Printing Company will not be.eligible I.year in advance) $5.10----------- 1,500 votes '

norlJa Paper Cx; .*. J. W. lveastnirpt.lt Jit.tlngqlhed delegates' front the I conclusion deduced troiq his visit :.
damage. $1.0000. Price the republic Interest-id at the conference : to South America in ISO*. This Utterance in this contest. in ad- '.

X. Rind, attorneys for plaintiff to be held tn Washingtonduring did much 10 awaken public 4. No child' whose parents have not resided every yearly subscription, paid 1'1'For
I ,
F E. C. Railway Co.. plaintiff
the net few days. The Invltktkm : Interest In trade rlaUQ1.It h sister vance, for person who have not been subscribers -
1. Error n. W. C. Crore. clef'tat !"- I repuhliAs and be continuation permanently in the city of Miami for at
to hold the convention was !
In error Appeal. George K. and emphasis of tb Impression thai to the Daily Metropolis for period beyond -
Bobbles. attorney fr plaintiff. tended by the governments of the made will be tbe dominant note of least six months previous to Dec. 25th, will any I
r'. County ,Jwlffe'a Office united, Jtate and Mexico and It U ''I| the coming meeting In the Indian three months, the Metropolis will allow j
{ Daring the month there were 11 hoped the result will be to put S {I!I I Territory metropolis. be eligible to participate in the contest ..
I the revolutions and wan I' -- 2,000 votes.
'' llcesaea issued by the rtop to V
r .comty Indge. four to white couple I which for many yean have disrupted A MONSTER MAJCATFE 5. Any child dropping out of the contest .
and eight tc ,colored. The 01 lest the Central America republic, PLAYED IX RIVER For every yearly subscription to the Weekly f
Iran obtaining a license wa 64,the enabling them/to settle by arbitration will not be allowed to pass to any other contestant there wilr"e 300 allowed.
Metropolis votes
4 oldest womaa 02. and th* youngest any dispute wh'ch! may arise. \ monster manatee: or sea cow the votes she has received while in the .i
r raaa IS yeah and the youngest wows The protocol providing for tiemeeting fame down the river with the high For all job work advertising etc. paid for
UThere I was signed hv the WashlngUn tide thta morning and played about Ito
were ft.114.(0 collected ministers of the dye countries, for some time under and near the contest. the Miami Printing ;Company one vote will
"w fcy the county Jadg for eomaty II- including Senor Cotta for Ntcarag- Avenge D bridle It* whole form 6. The Miarr.i Printing Company reserves ;
teases daring the month aad I na; Senor Cairo, for Costa ,Rico; being risible. be allowed for each lOc so paid. '
".!'IS for State lto-a.... making a Senor Mejla for Salvador Senor the right to amend these rules at any time, or 1
total tlf I17.I1T collected daiiag I Toledo for'Guatemala and Senor In each issue of the Daily and Weekly
Lgane representing the provisional make further restrictions.
.ti's The followlnic I* the monthly. r*.1' each government! republic of will Honduras.have several'Although representative 7. The contest will close on the night of Metropolis there will: be a ballot, when proper1T ....

} .:I port- of the(from tonnty verb tmaaumrR.atpta somrc- only one vote will beallownJ December 24th. 1 filled out, will be good for one vote. 1 1I
this plan being the same as PREACHERS[
ee) .a... . U..U
was followed at The Hague. It la
0eMnJ . . . n.841.11 hoped that the outcome of the do- I
liberation will be to refer all disputes ... .
FtoM a Forfedtsn .. .1.00141 ;
Mool . . .. .. Ut.1I to arbitration aad. In this
Road . . . .. '75.11 cue the United States and Mexico' From ill Part pi Texas are Attend.
sill probably be selected u referee e
1ee. Tsx" D141t. ,"0. t 1.2 U.11 .
__. T t Dt51. No. I .. 11.11' lfexlco the United ln{ General Convention ia San
Oa.s Warden .. .. . .SIf Although and
State are repsonslble for bringingabout Antonio ToeS. -....
Reports to
the cart rtfice> *lther of thegreetr
Total disbanement 4.\ M m.04Balance > '
American will Interfere
*epublw 'Be a
on hand . $.5n.1f Made
with the the
con net of conference -

10 IXTKR REMUVM when ,asked and will AeTiitt ofApr advice Secretary only The doll is now on exhibition at t'i,1

Ill( NORTH CAROUX.\ Adee and Senor Godoy the chargeof i

s I the Mexlom embassy, who conducted San Antonio, Tex. Nov. S- THE RACKET STORE -
i (From Mcnday'* Dally) the preliminary diplomatic '!
Mr James DeBernr mayor of maneuvering, believe that their I, deeds of ministers of the HUD-I \
: Chest Palm Beach who Is a business I work Is ended with the bringing of nomination from all over ;
: visitor la the city today. state the delegates together and providing here today for a ministerial ,
that the remain of his brother.MrK4 them with a means of agreeing ,
S : DeBerry. who died several day upon a treaty.Among ace preceding the general carmenthin )
ago In Los Angeles Cal.. are BOW enroute I distinguished delegate* of the church which opens on
\ to North Carolina waere the U the cjnference ls Batre Janregul Thursday. JI
Interment will take place la famIly one of the belt known statesmenof The Rev Jeff .D Ray, of Wacoho .
barytaf ground Mr DeBenyIU Central America who for a per has been chairman for many J
leave Wednesday night to befte.st iod of ten yean represented Oauta- year, will preside over the coaler
at the interment fala. Salvador Honduras and NSearangua enc Th* principal matter to be ,
as minister to Washington brought before the general convention _
IXTCRFSTI 8ERT1CRS Mr. Batres. with Victor San will relate to slate, home ana J
AT FIRST M. E. CHOICH I rhes Ocana a member of congress foreign missions and the educational -
Address all communications -
t postmaster general, will act for Institutions of the Baptist church I
(From Mondays Dally) ''a.1 at the peace congrena. tn Texas Of these there are many,
Interesting service were held Effort will be made to secure the Including Baylor university at Wa-
d yesterday at the Pint M. church. I attendance of the Central American t'1 The ealargeJ choir aader the direction I I delegates at the TransMlwlsalpplI ton Howard Payne College at
of MIN Percy wa appreciated I Commercial *:ongre *,to be held !No- rowawoo ; ty the coatTecatSon Mlm Percy's tember 11 at, Muskegs, I. T. Man Bnrleaon College, Greenville, I
I too at the rrrlng service wa. \ ,, important queefloti bearing on there East Texas Institute at Rusk Can Miami Co.
beantlfal aad fmpree..lve renditionof :stlons of the tnlted State wire adia academy at Canadla and Goodnight Printing
the old soda. One Sweetly 1 the Spanish-American republic will College at Goodnight All of
Solemn Thoa: tt." In response U br tr-jriirh'y discussed at the wee- these Institution< are under the dlitctlon -
the astor' appeal three men lift tern meeting and many etnlnen Lat- of the Baptist eJucatlcnal
,_ ed their hands for prayer On December I la-American diplomat;>> have already commission
Irt a revival meeting will I premised to attend and deliver ** A report win also be made upon
begla The Rrr J. B. Harris win ...-.. The development of trade the Baptist Inemorlal sanitarium at
Insist Bev. Porter la the meeting end commerce between this country Dallas, which will soon be rompleted -
432-434 Twelfth Street Miami Florida
I' sad the republic of Central and at acost of 115000 About ,
:" HM. W. I. Metcalf. Jdg of the South America ha become a vital S.IOO delegate are expected at the ,
crtaatMl posit of recorC. can toMlaal abject and wIB be Ue principal' general convention and It I.I expected .
k Lit night from his BOOM InWeat feature of the comtnt\Traa-MI that the mnofflclal visitor will 1 '.
aPUs Beaen and win spend a I tippl toa WL hell U* '...ber to at least AT* 4
tv day aer* om oOtdaJ ........ I Tae last dada of the Traaa-Mfav thousand. : t
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By a Special Call of Board's President, Citizens, Merchants and all Interested in the

City's Welfare Gathered at the Fair Building Last Night-Cigar Factories : Jt

Was the Principal Topic of Discussion at the Meeting .i


t (From .Frlds>'s Dally) || 'than Miami Mr Piout Indicated brfails ar factories and promoters be interested '

Prtbkbly! ote of the molt Interesting and: figures I in this city. with a view u -. l'

mee.Ings ot the Hoard of TraJ" Cigar factories then became the I II 1 ringing a cumber of cigar factor -

t was h"ld last BUM In the Fair Mihjtxt of his reirarka. urging thatI In to Miami and lo visit the severs

F buildng la pursuance to a special I I .ays and means be provided wherein I small factories In Miami with a :

; nil by Mr W. W. Prout, president I Miami would receive into her view to awertalnlrg their capacity !

of the Board I inldul I. a number of cigar factories, I financial support :and to aid lu New Furniture .

Fully fifty members, merchants shish would bring Into circulation their developmentAt Designs
aDd citizens were In attendance, a among he merchants and others, I this time Mr. Isidor Cohen .

special Invitation telng extended li many thonsands of dollars pet week rpoke al length, polntltg out t.bat.

not only he- board members but and mill:oni per year This subject I I in his opinion It'..ouJd be a better

to clttxens, property owner and all afterward* created much debate '| plan to aid the factories now in the ,
II .. We in stock line of and
Interested 1* the advancement of and comment inwalca several j jrpeakers city incorporate them if possible, carry a complete new up-to-date :

R+ MhrnIIOCbll", commercially and took part. and extend the home Industries be- I
financially Hpn John W. Wkttcn then ad- |I' tore reeking foreign Industrial Im- furniture at all times. It will pay you' to take a look at our -. 1

Vr Prout li opening the meeting dretwd the meeting, stating that < migration He argnej and was

r vat-d Its purpose. exploiting his In arm nob as Governor BrowarJ I I| supported by many, that unless the furniture beforebuying[ elsewhere. ::: Our prices are right. k

Idea regarding what should be w nld probably: call an extra 0esrlon 'I factories In the elSy were making :
done >o farther the prosperity, and of the Ftate Legislature to be a pool: showing The outside Industries I

r lft interwts of the Made City arced to male a part of the *rtr would be skeptical

Pointing nat the fact that public nation necessity an amendment launching their enterprises !In about

eprttedocM could do treat things to the charter of the city of KI.amll' where the home Industries: had not I

lor xilami .Mr Profit referred tot (tiring the council power to l..ne developed with the general commercial FRANKT.BUDGEHardware 1,1

r the noel of sidewalk, more and I bond for IndnsfrisJ Improvements : prosperttv He expressed the I

Letter one, shade tree, and a tndt.he voters, .to decide whether )t thief that U woolj be better to .

greater illumination of the city's or not, such be issued' for the ;...rI aid, If possible, the factories now

.treoe rperlflel Such a power Is not la the city and expsnd their bnslI -

r the streets were e"blaf'd' with letted tn tbe council ander the exIsting |;I n.-ss. and after this was accomplished -

II rtt- vlltors would be more tempted chait'!r. The subject of asking ,I seek other manufacturers and Furniture

to volt the buslnes part of the the Governor for loch exscutlw |j and make propositions to them to"i iI.

6 city at night. i>nd thereby certainly act was conslderrtly argued and fli i the end that they start factories Is [

t*', add tollan to the merchants' tQte nary' Mr Watson's motion prevailed | Miami

Better conditions! a* to labor and nd the secretary ordered to notify I The meeting was harmonious

the proposed harbor Improvement Gov..rno' BrowarJ of the resolution. thronrhont and much mod In boned I. .j

pointing to the benefits to be derived : adopted to com to the city if th* object o

by such better conditions."\ ; nt"d raffled I 1 the meeting Is carried out and all I --
That the cntnrb of Mlamjl were be sptttmled citizens work to that end in har-

r nta<1na- greater stride at this time to thf, end that foreign clgI nrnnv
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6 TreesStandard
Does Good Work Orange Grapefruit

: VERY FINE GARDEN; EAGERLY SOUGHT Lovers of fair play and admirer

: of excellent printing are pleased I

with the snees attending Claude
1/Kngle efforts to secure th slat

I printing Of late, the work has
been of the highest order, and the
j In Rhrerside, kiunL Ovt newer ; 'By Many of Florida' Young.SUte moot rampant antl-admlnlstratlon Florida and Seedless' Grapefruit, which are' bringing the t

win be a Feature of this Ccm- ARE DEYFOPlN( I mea Presentlacannbent is Stand man ka Times-herald has been its superiority compelled to Palat-acknowledge highest prices in the market. Also a full assortment of lead- ''

\ pany'i This Winter Business lot "Pat" and Will Ask For ing Oranges, lemons, Limes and Kumquats always on

: J Re-election On the Trouble political) May Develop horizon some hand: We bud on Rough lemon, Soar Orange ?

The Estate General .amel readily discern the, rising of theBrowrd

Among the new enterprises .for senatorial boom The '"

this section this year: dervinKmention. I Lawrence, on the River Front, is e campaign' of 108 may not be so

Is the Miami Floral Cotn- The Tampa Evening News In discussing quietly and peacefully conducted as

Itany who** extensive new gree- One ef States Host ProminentProbably : the coming Senatorial race first supposed Palatka Times- GI'&pfnII' and u. Roots", a'. have large If ej strife Ow Knrwrte* ar* s iuln
houses are located' on Avenue J and I II among other things says: Herald. all of which hare. their advantage oa.the Red Lands of the free frees Whit My aad a* ,

14th greet Riverside, just across "Hon. Park Trammenof Lakeland when planted spot
t, the Twelfth WeE bridge. wher has formally announced his Mallory Nil Ml Is Homestead Country. alao on there to a* Walt Fly tm Dad ;3
land to which beat
they are starting an p-to-date I candidacy for the United States Well, we don't know .but It seemsto they are \high hammock land near Pn> or St. lAde CovatlM. *w. I t
plant anj flower estabUaament for one of the mat 1Ip to Senate, He will publish his plat n* If Mallory has just got to b* adapted. W. especially recommend
ford and landnear
the propagation and growing ot dale and well kept estates In the I form daring the coming week In teat that acme other timber had Boar Orange Roots on high pine take n*> risk la buying e.r" .

various kind of choice flowers and I South 1 I. that of GcneraUfeamnel C. I his announcement Mr. Trammell Is Meter be forthcoming As It stands for predating the beat e-lky Miami and Lemon City. tree Then( U daa.*r abrlaglac '

plants, and will coon have one oethe La wreltCt.. within a mil or two cftbe very sanguine, declaring: There u bow, Mallory will win In a walk of Oranges we take plan Alao on the Indian River, near

most complete establishments ,city of Miami This place Is little doubt that I will prove to be and a slow walk at that.- Manatee U Fort Pierce and are therefore trees from tner ese> i

: ct the kind In the south. much admired, ) the winter visitor Vie successful candidate.'The Record re advisingand oar patron* In position to furnish trees ions of U* state where title
ThU ..111111\ a long and keenly I to MiamI. u well a* the! year s who are rootsdoubt as the t
Senatorial race la, as yet best different soils
slidof adaptedto to adapted to dreaded peg todlstrlbmUd. gsserill;
ed felt wart In this 'W'Ctlon-a place I roond residents. Mr. R. U Mills Good Melt
a matter of speculation Three t
choice the efficient for the owner aajrupertaUndent their PARTICULAR SOIL. and locations. .
whore tile agent
light at born vowed candidates are the present Is gratifying: to Florldlans to

Cowen and plants maY be l'roc\IfPot. > of the elate. ha Senator S. R. Mallory, of Pintacola know that Florida has a governors

without the Inconvenience and delay worked' hard to make the Lawrence ; John S. Beard, of Pensacola and mansion The governor and ht* -

of having to send away to estate what It I. to-day. There are )lr. Trammell. but there are strong family are occupying this handsome We alao grow a fan JIM .tFnUt
northern market Jn fact, there Indications I that t William I J. Bryan tome pone- Griffing'sPOfilona
U practically no place couth o: Ion:>> There' 1s a 2$ 'horae-poww- the brilliant young attorney-of Jacksonville lieD of It. The governor: should\ sad Omie ai rMPlMfa

Jacksonville where uowers for oe- steam boiler In use aid a Fairbanks \ will enter the race With have a house warming to celebratethis bt adapted t* Sowtk

cwlon can fe procurer, and everyaeacon Morse\ and one Worthington pump these four prominent Floridians In new era In oriJa'a: history.- .
tho'isando of dollars ere sent at work with a capacity Of twenty Apalachicola Times Nurseries Florida whlca an tiny Veribed >
the running, the result will be exceedingly -
from Falm Beach and Miami atone one thousand gallon\ per hoar doubtful ta ov large m-
+ to New York and Philadelphia for The circulating system to fitted
"There Is but little prospect thai Would he Roach on Rob
flower* that might >e crown la all .with 1.1.4 Inch hydrants and there trued catalog. mailed bee
will the Lord don't In
Governor Broward \ enter Thank the we hive
their perfection rltat here at home, lire largo malna )town each side of race Mr. Bryan If he runs, will\ be | France! cording to a reprint storyIn Wholesale and Retail Phone 129-E upon appUcaOom.
elf by with cVoes sections connected 4.d
Demonstrated' tbe
a* w being rly grove the Broward candidate The Governor the Florida Tlroee-t'alon, If von
awlsted Mr Blum each main, giving I goodgeneral I
Mr. Warner by to
during bottle of there'
.aI baa not done anything buy a brandy over
skilled and circulation When Irrlg- I
most '
one of the widely
his of office himself written from
term to assure yon must get a permit
i experienced florists sad landxcan* sting, tats are temporarily cut off I, or his friends that he could be elected the local revenue official before you ', ,

artl-ts In tbe country. who to la thus giving direct pressure I to any office on another appeal can take It home Col\ Bob McNa oral kadlt of'the books and fa..ri..

i (barge nf the green houses On the river place there are In On the only occasion mee, If he knows this Is likely to FOUR OUT OF SEVEN STARTERS of all the nUroe4a... eosaon
IX.000 feet' of pipe la the plant aDd I btPIi
They are row showing come _
administration has Hay awav from France Punta carriers doing business in this Mat ";
r the most beautiful cut rose ever the two tanks of C.I KOO gallons; capacity afforded the people to pass Judgment Gorda Herald. sal have engaged th* service *f auditors J

teen here; among them the famed each are used for waterlog upon It /r Its policies the verdict SWAM ACROSS BAY YESTERDAY to to the work ctnnlnc f'
flowers and other decorative I
American Beauty Brides Bridesmaid has been adverse to the Governor Hardly with the Florida East Coast a.o- .;

Kate Mowton.) Kntnerln. KII- plants Water is drawn from a well Mr. Bryan: should he nike: After all Ihe noise made aboutIt way This work I Ie beta*; done for

larr ev, and others of the best ana 12 feet In diameter and 10 feetde the race for the Senate would be the only vUihle connection cf the general tformatloj of th* eii A

rarest varlKlos. >p. fed by springs and when 1 j 11 I rievously handicapped by his atI Governor Broward with tbe atroclcus LANDING SAFELY ON BEACH' minion and I* order that 1M sseai:;
drawing at the rate of 100
They are planning. In addition to paler I I filiation with tbe Governor and his libel case just aired In the I hers may IntelllRenUy regulate Ok* }

their fine assortment ef roe* forth gallon* per minute, the water toowerd faction He II man of brains courts was that bit recommended a I rate of the carrier of th* (tatIt. .:

coning *' aron. to han Carnations If but continuous three thins; of aa H I I ability and mapE'Unn.atcd.a "good detective to L'F.ngle. That Is hard- l -- such a manner aa to d., Juile la :._
Inch pumping
OI" "Ibtomtlm.. Violets the i mixer" He demonstrated his practi- ly enough to constitute a capital e the roads and to the peopt* doing "
k Sweet Peas, Primulas. Cvclanen kept np, water to not lowered cal political sense by the manner in I'rlme.Tam Times. I btiRlncms la this stat and to Citemine -
than when pumped at the ( From Mondav-a Dally,) number of rowboat provlJec
sat more were 7t
Cineraria, llvdrangean. Spin Au II which he defeated Gen. Robert W. I I if the annul reports mad the
rate of 100 a-allcns per minute Unusual Interest prevailed yesterday and remained rloce to the swim
lea Ind'ca.! Camellia and many other Davis, with such a doubtful candidate .dvice was Timely I I commlnslo. are correct and tecurdance I ...., .
the in the of I !
On the pli.cc occupied' by snprlnfendent niornlLg tempt a were for the same purpose.The
choice Doweling and decorative aa Napoleon B. Bro..ardforIt Fverv one sho !Is witching I thcase with the law." .
."" there are 7 acre under : rumber of boy swimmers of this j jilty | rare soon resolved down to
ph\(0 lit. was. largely Bryan who did it I of Knight I and Stovall iiftlngt .
IM fame Irrigating .y"tE''II as the Law- !> I to swim from the stone dock I an endurance tent, and at 11-0; ;
-to the credit of his personal sanaclty JFnllt"for criminal ilbat will\ I XOTICE TO CREDITORS
The company U also devoting: contlderable cure estate is used with a tank of I I1i.F I agreethat i at the foot of 12th street to thebeach clock nst two hours and ten minute
'he Ivice of Times to -
attention to propagatingjouatj >f)0 gallons; capacity 4n Otto I on the pppoolte tide of the from the stait Herman Hovel- 4,
Mr Board expects to sweep the those poitlenicn! to ,let the matt..rI I In Court of the County Jdg JUto'of -
which will be found
I : plants engine Is used and a Dcrnlcg Triplet hay. A large'numoer of spMtaI'n crud, Alex Cnihertson and Stuart j t tH
State with his llsfranchlsement Florida.In .
negro I drop was friendly and n their Interest -
much northern hoi i
anterior to with' a capacity of (000 I wets on hand to witness the i I "-jrwr scrambled out on the beach: j
: house STOWP plants, for growing pimp issue Mr. Trammell will makethe It seems already to be pretty wMlo theswimmers I Ion I ce Estate of W. J. 8hon.DJCountv <
gallon* per hour There are ate start many accompanied the other ride. none the WOrM *'
curbing of the corporations, afranchise conclusively! zhown that Hr.Knight .
long; the touth east coast belrjadapted thousand feet of pipe on the Mills In launches and row for their "xp-rlene<"" and In very
tax and similar propositions ; WAS: In Tallahassee aa a lobhyl ,
1 to particular soil and
ojr Ia IxNiU There wax also considerablerpecutatlon good physical! cadltlcnI I
climatic conditions tint that baa : result of this Irrlptloyplant his political ttock-In-trade. I t In the Interot of certain corMirations as to the result. many I Bruce Montgoimry; Harry Cheat- To all creditors, legatee: ttatr1 -.- ;-
the All three of the candidates will! and that he fought; everything and all person having claims
demonstrated In
been so clearly there la fruit In abundance, Ulletlng tha none of the boys ham and Frank Douglas had to
asperlnrlty of home grown citrus all free from scale and In excellent 1 dmtbtlees epone State prohibition Senator 'I Introduced to the legislature! 1 would be able to hold out the distance give np when about half way across I or demands against said estaUt t.
i stork in this ectlon although the United States Mb'ch' he or the corporation sma.- :bout four mile Yon and each of yon art isisbynr .
ct.ndlttor The! watering to done by : on ac ount of chilli and were takes I .
ahlp has no coneectlen: with thatgeeetlon. Ined wan inimical to their special The stan made 9:10 o'eJoct : lined and required to present any
at the
With the unequaled' climate anJ Inch and hoee I was : Into boats attending
an a quarter I I
rood oil of hs( section, under the I S I Interests Theattendant circumstance with; Prof Chas R. Anthony Her .'11 of the Swimmers made a Bnfbowlng < lalms :md demands which yen _,:
. / "And., meantime let 11 not be forgotten would seem to Intimate that : 'I -ither of have
J exi>erlenoNl and skillful direction of lien Hovelsrud, Alex Cnlbertson And proved a iurprl to' you may against .Oe
THE WEATHER IX OCTOBERThe tbst Stephen R. Mallory has I Mr. Knight: was a more powerful estate I
.. three tuck of this new enterprisefor t I Stuart Hevser Brace Montgomery many All the boy were around : : of W J. Phone, deceased. Late.
1'tCe: county one cannot but not lest say 'friends to speak of representative than any of the men I Harry Cheatham ant Frank Douglas this morning and 'o not feel any ,'.'c.f o..1e l eonaty. Florida to .tk* ..* ]
following 1* the metorologi viewed' at the outset, the Incumbent elected to represent the JIC'OrI..Th"tae derslgned administratrix' of said ,
I.redM fH'Vdld SDCCCKS, ss a trip cc..n'If'Ur.e. Professor Anthouytwam hatfrN'ta! from tlMr trying ord'alNeit elate -

v to their :;Til hone to convincing cat summary existing of!In the October weather last conditions nest-. ::rae; ambitious have' the yoancer'Inside track men testimony will be In reviewed In. however when and all con the : with the boys In order to givethem : Sunday they piopove to takea I I within. two years from tt.! '

I I I protection If needed, while i run to Lemon City and bark. dat" hereof.Dated -
, proof cf hat can be done In thtllr < 1 1CIItln"
a* compiled and fumUhtd by the U.IS" who a-e after his seat will find the I clnslons can be more fnllv and fairly October 111 "
A. D
I ,,
>e hert If lertakca In the pretwr ...rber Bureau observer at !
ousting process more difficult than I drawlI.T.mPI Times '
Ana H t.A
. way .. i I and begin work the I Rose
they Imarine"rLORJIA on
Thl compaxv Is bony thM week ''I, Atmosoherlc Pressure-Mean" 30.1 I SfHrt and SweetMr. RY. COMMISSION TO (hooks of the F F; C Hallway .lmIDI"t- .trlz, Eat of W J. D80NSdeceased. .

planting out cme 2000. clump of': 03 Highest Iv.18 on the 16th., FISH at PRODI"CK i Beard has otncialy announcedhis When Mr Burr made known his

l' violet\ nlants )ut ,received from v I lowest U. U 0n the 10th, I FLEET REACHED PORT (can'tdacv for state 'en a tor and rr mml filoii. he officials<< of the road \OTICE<< TO CREDnOBSTn
!grower en the Hllol_ river, a section I .1
t.ratare-HlcbMt 90 oa the
: .
pets forth his platform In a short EXAMINE THE BOOKSi rvHvod him and his workers conrtco
.. 'al"l"'CI fcr producing the finestU bth, lowest <0 the 11 lb. Great I -
.. on (From :
... I I II Monday'j Dally) I and sweet manner It only remains ish and Ke them the facllltksthev \ Court of ;
. I County Judg.'
> > nf IIr' locality In America !
, 1* 101L
daily the
let I rang ; The smacks Garv Chase and for him to ret enough v'4t.q to be ImlrfHl. cheerfolly The workI Ftate of Florid '
Among them are torn of the choicer 1 least daily 7 on the Hth Claire. of the the Florid J Y'.
range : fleet of flectf'll.wkp Butler\ Star I >M> lone, bi he Mutual Audit In
itlrcte icd double varieties of i rEstate of Charles! A. >Ban,
Tbe mss ex temperature for the Flub A, Produce Co.. arrived in port ; Irg ("nn.any of Indianapolis todlrh .. .
that exeuh-lte flower. It U needless aU Common Carriers in State- Dade Conntv :
| month In 20 years to IS. 2 degrees yesterday: morning from the West Pe--.Ia rp .
r'.inway H
Hlllman In char:"! To all
I creditor, If'p'cIWrl
lo rav then violets <<11be\ we- -
1pltaUolI-TotaI rainfall for
t corned bv cur bom people and tour the month I.u inches. Greatest Coast and are now being iced up. Ppnlluob gets too Carnegie i Will Start on the F. E. C. Ry'sBooks It will take considerable time .before tan. and, all per.>.. having clataM :
I and prepared for the channel fl-h medals These are but the I.t..tcf I there experts complete Unit or demands .-
lala,. alike. t1l- again said estate.You
during cnmlnc eton *- precipitation In any twenty-four I ing ground Other smacks of the I series I of Inddpnta conclusively work
I Soon
I| and
whenever each of you are hereby i I
a dainty boaqnet Is 'Lours 125 Inches on the 21st antI company are due In port within tie showing that rpnsatnla Is having '
wanted. for who does not love the I I Thin In the name company that notified I tad required to pesestany .
I Stnd The average: ralafall for the: next few days. her Inlnrfl' at Ja..t. to ber. _
t'ROt"GHT i Saecepa j i was necnred and lId the work for -lal-n and demand waicto 7"-
sweet I month of October In 20 years was The BrUloh schooner" Mabel Dsr- -Florida Times-t'nion.
I { 41 Inches. the State authorities In North far I or e'hey of you. may have ante**,:
line sailed Saturday for Naasan A State statue which has Ion"pxa'te4
R.\nr.q FOR I| Wind-The prevailing direction I Una and Kentuekl. end which baa I the male of Charles A. Ball. deceased -;
with a cargo of lumber and: a number A Rare (kewverweHon \ but never heretofore enforced -
THE ROSS COMFWT of the wind was northeast wltn I II been "pngged by Governor Comer late of Dado coaty, Florida
I a of alien purJ'1l. I. W Kehoe Is most favorably was taken advantage of day before I
total of t.StS miles ?! I fcr similar service In \labama. to the undersigned neemto Kr
I movement *n<& -- of yesterday, when the RailroadCommission I.ald
spoken a* a candidate for
(From Tueedav, Dally) I I I average" velocity of II> mile, with FIRE STEAMER HAS I of F orila began the The Objects FvpUiaied estate, within two year} fro** .
M It Is rarely we
I'1 I congr meet anyone the date
Chairman Burr of the Railroad hereof
The tag Leo arr.ved In port yea- a ma>lmnm velocity for flve minute r
BED SHIPPED HERE auditing of the books of the Florid .
but who announces himself "a Commission, was In the last Dated October 2 ter<1av afternoon from Fort Lender of Jt miles from the northeast East Coast Railway at Its generaloflcea city I
Kehoe man.- Holmes County Ad. night and asked about the I II Brntnard T Salt Exacter EMat;
dale towing two large barges 'bat \\eihter: During the month I was aetlon -
The In
new flre ngtbe! steamer has vertiaer << St. Anguktlne, says the -
will be ned by the .R O. Rose'i thrre were T clear days 22 partly been shipped from ElmIra N. T. Jacksonville Metropo Is | of tile commlrMon sad tn reply of Chas. A. Ball fI

i Contracting Co In ferrying rock i j cloudy I : and 2 cloudy days, and Ifn and should be here within three I And Jeff's Busy I The tomml""loDaenpsl days 'I to a onestlnn asked bv a Metropolis I I I ]

emus the bay for betiding the < <' which 01 inch or more or w tl.lIen In working order ago reporter he nldThe : I II ,I 1 The word work t* the RlMyn\ ;
The Hon Jeff
Brown threatens decided to examine all the booksof
t onth Jetty and adding to the sea i I cipitation occurred 'Tha.desoI Mian will have as to date and I I Railroad Commission of the Drag Soo' e. ss well a* th* metal
I up tn tell he is
why a prohibitionist the common carriers of Florida
and of the north Jetty, This work I i I ","', II red oa the lid 10th. llth Pj I efficient Ire I State of Florida In pursuance of the I ceiling r. receiving: a fresh eoet *f,
a department I Don't do It. Title ',
u any l I" precious to i I and delegated R. Hudson Burr to law
will start within a very abort time. i I {2nd. city In the State cnntmliifion In this pal at. Mr. R L Stephen, th* wH
busy lI1an.Apalac1tleola Times. take the auditing fore to St An
J State, has resolved to have a gen : known paliter, to doing the work'

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'I I 1 Vote


I D. Godman Made Superintendent of Streets and F.

I:1 I IN MANY OF STROMST REPUBLICAN( STRONGHOLDS I > SOLONS TODAY I Woodworth Superintendant of Fire Hall Building Con- 'h< c I )1t

I II struction-Various Committees of Ciuncil Chosen and

Munroe County "Wet"By I V Must be cast before November 14,1907"

I And are in For the Official : Resolutions Adopted-Organization Was Harmonious i

a Small Majority Electric] Light Co. Ask Permission ,
Count in State of New

I 't I to String Poles and 1 i I

Jersey Key West. Nov (- The wet! ""-1| I (From Tuesday's Dally) Poll-e Granger Oaatler an t

pled the Frohlbltlon>> election held InMunroo '' Wires Along Road-A Kickon The formMltv of transferring the I Tucker .

county yesterday by a fair I I reins of government from tbe old Street* !and Sewers -Gautler.Relll '

majority The rite of Key West' a Very Bad Road lo' the new regime of city official I>' and I.nrrraui1. R+:

(cure a majority of 77. There were j I last night; was simple and hsrmoD-1 Public Rl1ndin --Tlltkn.Lum.JI"

t MARYLAND GAVE GOOD onlY fifty rotes >n the outside counI ious and of the cut and and lrUy '
I' I I iv which will be wet b) about flfty I der everything passing off Ilk? 1 Parka and Docks-Keilum. Rell- I

injjoritv i iUaders Inrk work and the new engineers ly and Tucker.
DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY I 1 (Prom Tuesday' Daily) taking up vhelr work In a bll.iQ Appointments Made HATSWe're
:ike manner. Mr. John .D CoJrain. wa chosen
1n.ood, Oovte.-nment 'ic-It.1 The Board ot County .1
Mr"et superintendent. Dun. Hordes
ot probably b.>lng rt.Ui: by l kioners met in regular omlLi"-1 Prettos to the transfer of executive chief of the Ore department and
and municipal I the old
majority from top to ixiit.im. i ii puweni
I lion this .coning their I James F. Woodwnrth.! sapertntendnt -
\ i Mayor Tilo 1 *s p'uralliv! is ettl- !: board of council bold a short meet- of

While Republican Sprang a Sur- mated at 'l.ttOO, whllrIMttrl't At-1,1 the court house all member being lUll In which they wound up their rtmert cocttraction building. on the fire de- .

: U-rney lnrdoi: > bas a majority of : I present affairs All of the members except The police department was organ"d r,.

priM and Carried Kentucky ifc.OOO There I i. It'III' uncertainty j jrrgtudlrg The morning session was tak nap conncilircn Chatham and Pad< ; and
the auditor and county. were prevent quickly disposed
std R. J Herd J. C.Tuck-
Jobuoa and Whole Democratic clerk for they a* union labor rani 'I II principally with reading the of the matter befcr them. ,
E. V.
Stephens W. Whll-
? i atidates for these omre*, ran _dl'I) minute of the lat meeting of tbe H. II.King communicated with man, W. O. DePerry, and J.W. B. you all the new shapes ;
Ticket Won Oat ia Clerelaad-The I council relative to an error In the
,I. cf the ticket but thec are Board and of a lumber of communications Curry, patrolmen
; po-ulbllltle making of a deed to a cemetery lot. oft tf ail & witer hats fromfollow'g
Resah'a xeyl-dfort from citizens ot the count The deed was ordered cancelled and Revolution AdoptedThe ,

; 1-; : I ,. Among thee wa a letter f re m a correct deed inned. following resolutions were
;4 I j KKSVLT JFR8KVIS then adoptrj: manufacturers ka
Treasurer HInton communicated
that City
; KXCKKPIMJLY; CLOSE: M Iton Padgett. requesting By Mr. l.nmmns"That the term ?
with council relative to
I one Lewu Mooch a white indigent of all employees of the city not ape
bond reciting that certain enetnienta -
TMterday' lectioB' may W MIdi Trenton K. J., NOT. I- Injomi << be admitted to the county had iwlnted by the mayor aDd elected by '
the bond
person by
1 In a general way to ban >K-te returns Indicate that It may I farm. The request was prevented him having company the bond la the city eouLCU. shall terminate at John B. Stetson & Company . $4.00 to $5.00
nor surprf e than la usual. Both : take an official count to decide theieult poor the discretion of the dty coapcll bya
; would
that It
readiness but stating No Name HatJMfg.! Co .O0 to $3.50
t I..IUN side uBexpeeted gib and of the election for yenor granted. The majority: vote of the whole, '] eoanrtl -
le poaslble.
prepared u soon a*
loans. and local !**lIft entered to although the figure BOW Obt.a1Jl.bl"l l A communication from the. sup Information was accepted *t any regular meeting or special Hawes Hats . . . . . . .$3.00
largely tato many of the elHctlona favor Frank S. meeting: eM'ed for that pnrpoo"
I erintendant of the El Uic Light The reports of the several committee . .$1.00 to $2.50
j that political line were practically' crit. but his margin however By Mr. Rellly "That the reports Caldwell Company; .
a".40114. I only a few hundred. and Water Work Company wa sanitary IMp !etor. clerk of all eomffiitteemen of council to

Katxtabach's strength was a genuine to and chief of police were fed tad council, be made
Th* Democratic party hu prob- received requesting peimi *ion In writng ass' r
J, -aby elected.their eandbUi for guvtrBor -I surprise He made rains in every run and wires along the Hue approve, after which the vote of signed by>> 'he member making tap
pole the late municipal election wa canvassed -
.', la New Jersey .vrertaruinr repnhllcan stronghold carried which ronort and that no report Ue reenrn-
l'I t Ue RepatlicaB plurality of two I the normally republican county of oa VUta-Aliapattah road and certified. Current buts' tod! on the minute except when llea

<:: )ears ago 01 over Sl.uOC. In Mary- : Essex: and rrvcrncd Ute repnhllcan: request wa granted and m truc- were then audited after which the In this manner."
IMm.xrai plurality of l.JnO In Monmouthcounty south rnandl adjoined sirs die. II. P. W Turns Sew-ells
Jaaa ana JUsls ippl the I tan given to place pole on Over

ran up their soul majorttlrtjiad U of two year ,silo when Stoke -I aide of the road, 14 feet from the WDwHi, Preside A eomnlete 'nvmtory of all city I
Rhode Island Ocreraor HI<<&l.... I republican, carried the slats by The formality of swearing la the property In the poss-sMon of lbs

Detnorra. was re-elected by a ".1\011. Another testate fa the de- centre thereofMr. new officlata was simple Mayor Board of Puhl'e' Work, which>>

ality of S.SOO. The Democratic Plar'l lest of Mayor Pagan o.' Jetseyl I I R. L. Mill addressed board Wharton Inking. the. oath of office hoard wax abolished: by the amended -

'k governor has also beea City, who I la knows throughout tile regarding tbe road recently builtat from Mr H. L. Bu_,. notary pnb- cltv charter was* Bled and ae-
-Nut I conntr yfor his antagonism'( to machine '!,', state at large he Nina followed rented. The Inventory was eom-

t TamaBaay wa sucrerafal U New pollUdaas. McKeatie' corner wrath of the by the various other officers.! plet and after the tame had hen

York eonaty where Foley for *>ir1K. Later- More reeenl return ladli city complaining that the road i ie Mr. C. 1>. Hnlrtleston was sworn la accepted bv conmil Mr. Proul cf clothing] Store

defeated Irfcmaa .the IndVpetMsrt ... that J. Franklin Forty republican ID bad shape. lie asked that the u rjtv an4ltr the Board of Public Work, addressed
tongue and Ropuhllcan and ha been elected' Governor of Council then proceeded to "rsa- the council on th* work left auAnlthed -
"&eo but Ia Brooklvn the Democratic :New Je<-
party aide the leadership oft S.900. This will depend altogetheron agreed to do. Tbe board then adjourned president after which the following WorK. ith certain! iiueg.tlons a<

Patrick. XcCarrea.wa 4dPl 4. The ,, the result IB Undtoa cutely till two o'clock various committees were announced to HP eont ounce and niplotlan..

BtualdpsJ electloos l. New York which Include* Jersey City. Last : few other rnatfr cots dlscos .
SUtt' are mixed la their remit, Utter I night's flgcres Indicated that the Wedllf'ttdaJ"sIoa Finance-Tuck>' r.RelIly and LumIUUS ed, lot not etd upon after "WMch! l

1 **eettog a Republlcaa mayor for Democrat: wool have a majority I The County eo..i Ionen are still in, the evniMll %l ourued to meetniatn "Ten SpotIs Now CEMETERY
the trt .iIaa U serentee year I la that county of 1S,..0, but U will finish then 1I1"lIallonKllnnDl and Oantler. In regular eta'oM Thursday jileht. MIAMI
fusion although they
Kewbarg. a Democratic mar for may Dot run over ten or twelve up FIN and water Lummns and An uansuilry I large mmb-r of spectators .

ft ale Area ttm. la seventeen year. I I IhoUMBdMISSISSIPPI. work for the moth late this afternoon.At Relllv.A were present at the meeting.a Running on Key Vacas

t '.OM of the greatest' *urprl* *, owvtr I the session yesterday afternoon a com- ASSOCIATION :
'. wa tk. election of A.gnstu. I' uinkiboa was read from Governor Browanaskk

K.: WBlsoa, republican, at governorl I IAALL DEMOCRATIC the Commts&jnen to look Into a A MONSTER VOTE IS BEING CAST IN 4Thfnating

Kratuckjr.: by a plurality of four- I certain report, submitted to them In copy (From Wednesdays Dally) MEETING
tool.tboun4.. Tho city of Loaisi I Jackton.MIss. NCT. <-The- Den
run three colored women to Miami calUncatlentian Engine No. 10. known a* "Ten
yule ale sleeted a repnbltean mays -' orratk ticket<< headed by B.F.Noel
or. In Otvelaad. O.. Mayor Tom 1 for governor has been elected practically to nristreatsMat berg received by a MET DOLL[ AND TROUSSEAU CONTEST I Spot" and several construction

: .L: Joknso wa re-elected, be hav- without opposition. The rotawa negro woman ta the convict: coop The car were ferried across from Long

t' agressaaaa very light. Board ordered the clerk to answer the Gov- I Key yesterday to Key Vacas, the of the Cemetery Association
'Bntoaa ot n.Ttboaa d.. t emor'l letter and Inform him that the matter -- first key south of Long Key. and at the auditorium Monday -

.'1. Pennsylvania the republican TICK AXDERSOX CAMP from which the F. E C. RailvUf wa largely attended and Interesting ,
would b* Investieated, and If any wronc was
'i rawUdate> for state treaaarer wa extension will progress southward and et foot for
plan oa
UNITED CO'l.'KIERAXIf vote counted
I were again
tremendou being dune, the sane would be adjusted. general fiio. by nearly all the
efeoe4 by the nwl mat at the to Knight's Key additional efforts in beautifying
today noon in Metropolis cont alant.a.
ortty"but ta Baa Fraltl'l' the reform I The Inspector of fe rednct Ho. i. Fort The "Teapot.! ia i the pioneer improving and caring for the cemetery.
contest for five be
: 'force* were ..<<-r.1. Mayor { The United Confederate Veter. Lauderdale, submitted the returns of the wet given Following standing after locomotive on the extension andSas r

...Taylor sad District Attorney Loco an* of Camp Tipe Aadeiaon. No- or dry election of Oct. IS, showing J voted away Christmas Eve to the five the count today at noon done splendid service in i It.wa shown by report that Fti
f.''*.. wtaalns easily Brand Whitt 1203. ot \fi..mi. at their meeting: little girls having the greatest D.am.berohotea. Loutae Coiart . . IS 41t material for building I I t
for elUnf and 22 against s-Uinj' The report : ing much was done during the pastyear
\ Jack was reelected' mayor of Tt'4o.f Cc-ober 26th pasted the following I ankle Fay \\hartoa . 14 1IT and it hUI.I i
and track
__ I was ordered placed on file, without further I 7:;.000.. .. making po and that there i* still a balance
p eamble ana resolution: Considerable rvr _,. vnt._n Marr Ogle . . . 1I.ln be
tar the rtad to
JiErvDL1cAX1 SPRING I- action. hare been cant since Saturday ana -\vea Vlhlen! . . It 50J on hand in tile treasury and
"Wbereu. we be'.ieve it to be incumbent \1 to d. terminal at
&t"1U"JUSE i.v KKXTCCKT Applications fur license to Bed liquors were DV the way vote came in this morning -1 Helen Jackson . .. .. 10.7S8! through present it waa decided among other tlli.pI
to suitable .
jpon n* erect a Gr rudi K; Dorn . Loog Key viaduct I request the city and county or.Bcials
; I monument in thitatate totbe noblewomen received from the Royal Pymdana Hotel and 1 :, it i ill safe to estimate that a 1.110Louise force I
For some time past a large affiliate in the iF
LMbrrill K>, Nov *- Reura and the Palm hundred thousand votes will be Cunova' . . .1.111tmmal."mmfll. to improving
Palm Beach
Breakers at
fro..n.. out of 11* couatlcu la lh* |: ol the South who offered I . . 7.Sit of men hire beep at wo k on the
this for there win be
cast week
.' 80 mock for the cause during the at Miami, and same were ordered advertised.A grad and roadbc'd on all of the .
tt.1 Indicate the majority lot Au- balance Louise Mntlcr ., . ,21J r
.' ........JC.. \\moon.,. republican for war between the states. which bin Iron Geo. Zapf against the county, more of wayof the week.Beginning getting. vote the Hattto Shleppy! . . .100Kltiab key sooth of Long; Key and to back or nearer entrance. The

,, governor vcr A. W. Hager, Detaort. hall nerve both a* a monument for rent of mules was not allowed : .ih Tucker . . S.J01 Knight's Key and now that the association will al-o endeavor to

of 14."" Th* Democrats and also be of practical utility The following pension claims were filled, I with this Saturdar.the Aleene Chafer . . S.6IS locomotive and construction car keep two mea instead of one em

'v<'Vni -probably bate a small majority throughout the country, therefore J. R. Anthony ST., S. C. Uttlenrld W. A. allowing business b\u-oea in Ida )t. Thompson . .1.154 have been gotten across to Key pluf.d in tile cemetery dating the
brth Joint ballot ta the )e and G. W. Hall alof
/traatod<< republican wa elected; Received, that we njnret to !Harden M D. Bush be good in the Metropolis contest j Martha Hudson . . l.'ULoret'a will be much more rapid the object All of the old offlcers were r>

.-'mayor of Loaisvtlle by a plurality our comrade of the United Confederate which were examined and approved. one vote for each cent paid to these I Home 1,171Thelm being to get train in operation toKnight's elected, they being a* fallows: .
rvi' Tbe following fire arm bonds were merchants they to it-sue the vote .
d .tit Veteran in Florida, that approved Tar'orough . 1,417 Key by the first of tie President-A. E. Hey.er
-- we cause to be set aside from our : D. G. Tenbrook S. W. Strickland when the good. are bought: J IL I Lucille ThitTto __ . 1.40J year from which place, it i is slated VICe-Pre1tIrL V. \. Ruther- '
ROVORS' WKRK DfTTDFD I iadiTidcal fund Frank Hobbs. G. B, SneO, Mrs. L. M. Ma- tU'es IC'd stere: R. W. Rhodes t tgtat1emaa'a Joaddie Harper . 1.1SC the P. & O. S. S Co. will operate furd.Secretary.
[ IX KEW rOUK 6TA1E: pension granted furnishing store; O. Jesl Pratt.. ._ . . 1.11(1
r by the state, the sum of Slit a yea chaby, Mr. G. Gate and John B. Hires its Key West and Havana steamers Dr. (1. Enloe.
Ulaynardv jeweler and Lois Roarr. . . 151
to be used i ia esUblishing and The Board to engaged today to auditing until such time a* the road I* completed Treasurer-B. B. Tal.mEuc.bnCO..ttteeA.
,4 Jlew York, Noy. I- The election Racket Store W. H. Cbaille 3t T'I'Alma ChriiitcmKea . _. 59t
.' yesterday la Greater New Yorfc.wa maintaining a manual. school in biBs and dtspmting other'routine business.OYE Drag Store. W. M. r Mertlow Crl Bng 311 through to Key Weat J. Kolb r
of the devoted women of Biscayne ::: : :: John Sewell and B. B. Tatum
largely favorable to the Desnocrata.New memory dine dry goofs; Bnrdine & Rath McClaU litRatBfatl.for .
York .junty (Maaaatton aadBroas the Confederacy, and be it OOMMTTTKMAirIn and Miami Stein I October
man dry goods;
) overwhelmingly *o. Foley "R solved, that we auk all of the tt_ LaUD The amount of rainfall during rh* Quarantine Extended 'TT 4JOMM1&51ON1 R

lot "..-tit bu a plurality of IC.71Iwvr -amp* in the state to take action ed of Hire I BCharga of UM ry.Tbese issues of vote will be month of October 1107 aa tecord- WALL WORK: A HULK

| / ..... Independent Lnacueid ia this matter and to make Ut.h I started from the vinous ed at the Subtropical Laboratory
Republican eeadldat. The Fu- action, public or communicated : Variou Ol j Dvpurtmcm a stores above Saturday mentioned. No other pas Z.as Inches, while for the Until November 30 (From Wednesday Dally)

slot League and Repvalteaa went with the State tame month last year U. 81 Inches. County Commissioner R. L. Wall
u* on object -
I. h taUar except la ta* CAM of a papers (Prom Wdbday Dally) tor.* in the city will handle votes of rain tell. During tae peat month appeared la the dty with a broil. j
I' fey minor offlciil please copy. i which are to be used in this contest limIt yesterday. This could nor ,
; art The Metropolis :wu to error yesterday Ihvre were ten days on which more
"R. C
Rld a>OBd and Clwtll. Dem- May ; Commanding. The next count of votes will betaken be aecouated for fora wall, for Mr.Wall's .
; }a "J. C Keller Adjutant afternoon ta Its report of tile organization of than .01 of an inch of rain fell According to the Key West Citi
of this week
ocrata were generally *.IIf'ftIMIIII..ttc:1JI&'e I Saturday noon and six day: on which there wa State Health Officer Porter duties II gouty rommlssiooer -
ta : eoontyBrokly, ) IBM Uem- the new dty'coundl: rebttv to the naming of and the result published in the paper a trace of rain. lees than .01 oran sea baa been advised Si General hare forced him to let Ue smile

| .at-nta under the leadership of Pat- various _m-. Heretofore there have of that day. inch. The largest amount of by rgeon k.I.>> IB the kackgrouad uatll btu
The of the Marine
Hospital -
Hen R. McCarrea, were defeated Graylnn Hotel. been various committees of council control Today' count show that Louise rainfall for one day was .0 on the Wyman term of offce\ eiplied. TJpou lay_

Clark.democratlc candidate for dl- of certain branches or department of the city I Cozart i* ahead with Frankie Fay If. The total I rainfall for the "11rtWIothtl Service that the quarantine I'aa'lom however, It wa' foxed "ha*

'\114 Alorncy.. apparently being the Opens Tomorrow government, but under the new, or amended I Wharton. second and Mary Ogle cf this, year! amounts to reason against Cuban port 3Ot has a vonng sou had recently arrived
only one oa the UekA eteeted. TIlt charter each department of the CIty will! thir-J. There have been n.-veral :.!f.23! inrhp and for the same oer- been extended to :November > i, at the home of the commissioner

tepuMlcaar were victorious In Bu'- other gains by little girls who have I lod last. ear e.11 Increi of rain Commenting on this the Citizen and )I ra. Wall Therefore th.
have only one executive head, who Is a .
Calov Albany. Rochester, yraeune..Orweco been quite far behind, and there is fell says: '' unite
sod Uttea. la the latter for member of the council be being responsibleto .. "There i ia some disappointment
;<.>. "Art Urn la fourteen year The ever popular Gralynn hotel the camel asa* whole for his department, I -- -- -- at this extension but it i. no doubt'

[k Tw offset this the Deic-w-rau carried Salem Graham proprietor, will and these were chosen as follows: I IFlnan.eJ. I{' force of the 'change and asked warranted by the health reports
for the next MANAGER GREAVESIS with him to the atW'1 Monster Catch of
Kewburga for the lint Urne Invedteen open season Saturday 'I them to CO from Cuba. It is said that there
E. Lummus.
with dinner. Mr. Gra- : Without exception all have :
.. Elmira Rome andKtufbaicploa even ng post
years are still a few case of fever in and i "
abo elected Dentocrmtk aim who need no introduction to Streets and s.wer.-T. N. Gautler. .C'ef'rtl'd and the entire Alcuar" .
around Havana and.* the immigration -I Mackerel
atayor the touri.t and traveling public Public Buildings. C. Tucker. TO BRING I -taff of the past years" will be transferred -I to the United States, when ]I III Spanish
will be in personal charge ot the Sanitation I. Wilson. to :
I unreatrited, includejanyof tbe
7i tRYLAND SWEPT hotel and will be-assisted b* a Fire Department B. ReiBy. 'Rod aid Reel", writing of Mr and unhealthy classes, it i ill '
BT THE DKM'N1VT8: force tbe 1 Greases In the same aays poorer
thoroughly competent paper f
Police Lester eatchraf Spaaten
Department- Gringer.Parks FORCEFrom I II therefore wise to keep the instructions They are mime
Baltimore. Halcyon t, of whom come from the and Wharves-M. R. Kellum. "MKml 1s lucky and St. Augast- in force for inotber month." mackerel 1 ap Fort Pierre way which ,.C.
Nov i-- Incomplete Hall staff of l-st season. I t Ine unfortunate In the gain and loss shows the fish are making this way.

,.., rrtbibty 11rtlve returns ahoy Mr. Frank Schutt will DC bead of Mr. J. P. Greases, who Isto beIn.a.lf Of a big rstrh made there last week'ho
1 Jvdg* Antln L.Crothrr Democrat. clerk: Mr. Rosa. chef; John Armstrong r of the Royal Palm hotelat I A C5otivitlon Fort Pierce Trlbuue. says:

wkgted governor by aboui T.OOO bead porter and Mr. Williams Miami. In addition to being one f the Metropolis ol F'>r sercril days some of theMhermn
la the Issue />
r-turallty. which I* shoat the plur- head Since Mr. Wednesdays Dally) of the best hotel men In this country -
waiter. Gra ( have bees making good
From Dally In article regarding
at tii< DemocratlsUeket. <(< Wedneaday' ) October 10. aa
III the rest ?
.al1t7. Ham'! return. Gralrnn baa been Once month from to-morrow orDecember he U a man who make his mark nderJae the hauls of SpaaUb mackerel but It
the vote In Fort at
Ta* Legtelaturt I* atoo safetyfisaerratk. Mr. E. V. Blackman displayed at the
Jhn ,thoroughly renovated and put in 7th the Royal Palm Ho- sally and quickly open all he Dints mt. election the vote was given MS3 was not soul Wednesday, that aafreat ,
Former Oov.i-nor
War- first class condition for the big season Metropolis office today a splendid specimen It-r will be opened for the season of .bother totel guests hunter fUher for dry end l' for wet Thiswaa amount was capt1l,". whew
| V.V Satl and .Coacre4 defeat*! gov'Talbott rair lathe that i* auticipated. I of what Is know as the Blackman Avacado 1907-8, under the management ofMr ''or "hitman He M blaiselt one of a "tar",," mistake for the vole 14.000 ponds were delivered to the _. pa
democratic primary for the lone This particular member of the avacado pear Joseph! P Greaves, formerly of the host anglers, yacht sailers and ass 22 for dry and only 1 for wet ,. wholesale( nib dealers on the I

United SUti Seuat-jr.: KXGIXKEH W. T. XEOGR001MfTED I family Is rare and the specimen mere to I' the Alcaiar. St Ang-atlne. Of the huntamm 1 ever met and I bespeaka We\ nuke the correction by request Fort Pierre docks Of Ibis' amount ,

>ro as -- 8TJICIDK being plucked from a tree ta Mr. Blackman s. i Lomlni of Mi. Creates to Miami. i plfaant waking up of out door I of the prone of Fort Landerdale. :4.HO l-oead (145 barrels) wererent
and those who win be his assoclatis *T JolijceoN BRAT Rl'UTftf yard. The skin, or rh nd, of the pear Is a I
15 CTTT OF CWsVEUiXD (From Wednesday's Dally.) and vwli'inu. the St. At1flflln. Of Blsctyne Bay: He Fought at Gettysburg uaniportaUoa: charge %loa betas
dark purple while the meat resembles verymum ".100
Record *a>::01.
It Is now believed that Euglaeev:
Cleveland Nor. 6- Incomplete W T. Keotu. of th* quaraatlna that of a we! ripened canteloupe ")tn. E. A. Twonbley. 'or many .\ Hard Debt to Par Ua, id I' I rker of Fayette.N T "More'tan t..f1Ityu were out

[ return give Johtron. tVrnoerat. a steamer McAdam. who. was frond Six years ago Mr. Blackman:: secured the tears housekeeper of the Alcaxar \ iho loot a foot at Gettysbarf.wrlte en the ocean Wednesday and all ha.rood

I HaralXr of '.111 over Cooar>sroan dead In the bold of the boat yeterdav fed from the PhiOiptnes and last year the rrrlv-d the latter part of last wtoe"floon "I owe a debt of rratltn-lr .tran "Electric Bitter have done me luck la patching: that 'ponlv

I Carton ta lbs mayo allty cortem.Ta mornlnx. committed rutdde, asa tree tt bore produced one fruit. This he sent Athcvllle Mrs. Twombley never be paid: off." .n < icre good than any medicine I ever "-b ''h. tartest! N>*>' retch betsy

[ entire. denxxTatle ticket baa poet mortem examination held alit ro' to Miami this winter with Hark of Westfleld. low. f 'r '. took For scvrrsl rear I bad wade by Frank rd teals Depvw,
to the Agricultural department at Washington .
f .... etectrd. to dc ielaid wick. the yesterday afternoon revealed a lance lfr Greaves u will tbe entire hotel r-cue from death by Dr KiN r 'Tmrh t "'hie a 'd ,tail( out much bo catch mofinud :0; l.tl'
Irotwlb)* xcptloa ol uc police.IcliTk. quantity of norphtr la the stcmnrh. and there K was given the name of Haft Mr. 0reaves ha always :: -w Discovery<< The ilnuM dry money formedicine to little por- pounds while Walter PetersoB mad

A coroner's Jury ts tavestlMtlm Blackman Avocado, and Is now dated as been fortunate In surrounding htmMU 'I backing couch qlt before the fl' .r -e. an' I began taking Electric the largest indlrtdaaJ haul having

: the death though up to tae such to the guteinment catalogue of tropical by eampetent assistants aad as bnttlwa* used and two more V.i- Hitters. 1 Would Dot take UM ft'- I.m pounds M *.. Coon and WU1

[OOOD CUVT TfCKKTWI5 present time they bare faith to r*. fruits. This year the tree has a aumber of a result the machinery of tbe great I lies made a complete cure." Moth what they base don for me."Orand Hunter! eaptered 1.800. Mr. aa4

IK HAX FRANCISCO tan a verdict a* then Is a certain large healthy fruit and before many house moved with clock like prevision !'log lass ever equated New Discovery honk for the aced and for female Mrs L. 4 Jonalncs catch __at-
amount of mystery arouad he dents. and ancotb.De. A* soon a* for coughs, cold. and all throa \ weaknee Great al>erailv* and rd to something over 1400. of .'

: s*. Fnnctoo. Nor. The .i.> tkat they dealt to fully tavtlat Blackman Avacado will become prominentM the management of the Royal Palm and lung complaint Guaranteed body bender: beat of aH IT lame which 400 ponad were loaded by

ties ta taa city yesterday wa a .....1.1le' The body w
;i ...- lajUclM for a* u -craf'r oralac. ,. ,.- Immediately-advised_his_former ;1| l-otU aa 4n& Ita. Set oral I* aught with hook aid 11M.II rJ

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