The Daily Miami metropolis

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The Daily Miami metropolis
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The Miami Print. Co.
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October 22, 1904
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Began in 1903.
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-v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
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Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
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Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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t cept by drawing from the box, .realizing hare In good condition without making.: t .. ,- .- -;. .. .

hoLLOWAY CASH that the end of the term Would CHISElS WEIGH CITY 'f.jTH fl5[ S SMiKE extensive public Improvements. JAP nrrnEAT f:i .. -\.1

be long delayed, and because of the It Is not UM purpose of this committee : .

trouble In obtaining a jury the court to advocate or advise the voters la .... ..... ,jI j\\. .

;''i.:7: WAS CONTINUED will upon grant by counsel.the continuance" aa agreed ELEVEN TONS ;SHOWING Information for this their matter consideration we but think simply they before give should them casting have the I ,: FROM

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In Williams Case to TUusvlllVJand i; ; J. S. FREDERICK. Chm.J. i" ,

/ .A Jury Could Not Well Be Ob Render Decision- There. 'i i Tremendous Instrumentson, Rock Of the Condition of. the Finances F.. W.HAHN.E. LiTh MUS. Leaving, Gins, Instruments. 'inn. ("'". .,y!

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; tinedThere. \ The evidence and argument Ii? the Crushing Dredge L Properties. Members of Council constituting authorized :{Supplies Behind. '#y: ,

committee to call ,,1-
bond elec :
rule nisi proceedings of George Zapfrs .
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r f \ G. W. Williams, was concluded : ."" ,

.1 last night before Judge Jones, jitter CHURCHES TOMORROW.First r"
I Are ForO-fKe Feet I too by 12X 12 Inches They Want to V.lers" Be fully informed fassiai Generals J : .
+J Gosd 01 Bolt SId s and the Presidtog i i which court was adjourned nnfjf the 'I-'!' Male Reports f_CaptoreStFr .. .. .
second Monday In January, w4>en a ..Machine wl Start C. ti ; oti Methodist Episcopal Church I -'j-
' Jute Tkbarfrt KBtst to Postpone 'I the Square- tltog As to ,Slit s Affairs BeforedteF ..B die Japawse-AneBDl to ? iA,r.
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1V special term will be heldfor purpose ;:s corner Avenue C and Eleventh street -I'' :{!
tile llearm I of taking up the civil docket, Rock Tuesday OetUol Takes Place. Herman O. Porter, pastor. 9C5.. m., Assassinate Eaperor Nttob ;<'if;

t Court Stenographer Robinson la bow I: Sunday School Edwin Nelson supt !

ii it busy typewriting and putting in shape --i... 11:00 a. m.. morning worship. Sermonby '" .

",". :N, n. the testimony in the case and it will I -.t! I the pastor. Subject: "A Sensible ..J' ..,.i /,
-: --. Th Gainesville Sun gives the follow- j be taken to TUnsrUle tonight by Judge Some conception of the power and Editor Metropolis: At the lime we Question" 6:45 p. BL, Epworth 8t Petersburg October 22.-Ceneral "" 1 f

lag,.account|of and the reasons for' Jones, who will review It there and ability of the P. Sanford Ross chisel called the}*pedal election of bonds to League W. F. Miller president; M. V. Knropatkln In a dispatch to the Emperor :.

;;. i: ttye SheaU-Holloway case: tend back hU order. i dredge or rock crusher which arrived be held In-Tha city of Miami. Florida Brown leader. ::::10 p. m., evening under date of ye.tardny"aay that ;"S ;:,

; postponing.-,When the i court convened Thursday In reference to this case Judge Jonea' In port a few days ago from Savannah on the 24thday of October. A. D. 1904, worship sermon by the pastor. Subject the Japanese retired from the vfllafa' ,k f

d :uomlnf at ';'I o'clock the rOom was said this morntngthat a misapprehension to cut out the rock In the new ship we stated ia open letter in your paper : "A Lion In the Way." A cordial on the j jShakhe river at nlghtfatt.tom{: .;:, ,

? comfortably ;Oed with lawyer. Jury exists relative to the issue, Many chanel In the bay. can be gotten from that priorr to: the election 'we'would Invitation Is extended to all. Thursday. Thursday night was pasted :Ri1

; men, witness and spectators attract- believing that the salt means i disbarment the fact that the chisel or crushers cause to be, published a statement Of M. E. Church South. Hereafter Sunday unletly along the entire front. .. f J .

:: ed by the famous Holloway r'east A from practice of Mr. WUjKama, weigh eleven tons each and get a drop the city's assets and liabilities for the school will open at 15 minutes bel General BakharoT. In 'a:.despatch.tls- T, 7 ,

special venlr* of twenty-five was summoned If the legal Issue 1* against hlm| of from thirty to forty feet Informatics!.of the voters. This ctato- fore 10 o'clock a. m. Rev. Dr. Stanton tIle general 1 star.say*; -"Th .retmt.,." '. ,

from >hlch to selects Jury of This Judge Jones say. U a miftak*, There are three of these chisels meat we herewith submit wit! request of the Baptist Church will preach by of the enemy from Shakhe was
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': atx men says the Gainesville Sun of as the real Issue is to determine .ether aboard of the dredge and their great that you Ut It appear In lour paper especial invitation at 11 a. m. Bon- Rata W* found In the vfllaga psedPk:

: yesterday. | or not the defendant In his capacity weight come from the fact that they I this date.".* 'I t school Missionary Rally will be bald ammunition and provisloa vkkk. had' \ f;

i:'' "" For some dm* the court was at e**., a* a lawyer, has withheld a* atto! ey<* are forty-five feet In length by twelveby i. 4': ASSETS. la the evening beginning at 15 minutes been abandoned byth*-..Janaa, ***who ....1; .

.. .BO attempt having been made to begin feet too much of the money competed twelve inches square and are mad .... .f. .... ..| Itt.UTreasurerifi after 7 o'clock. All cordially: invited. also left1 behind one eanaea, lour llm- f :

''''''- ;th* ease.. About 10 o'clock State by him for Mr. Zapf.; and that B disbarment of solid steel. Each tapers to a point ; ', .... }" ... IW.M Chsa A. Fnlwood. pastor. ben and a wagon fun of Inatmmiata,,.

fi Attorney Calhoun read a message to proceedings are at Issue except though each point la different One IlalDte Cemetery. 77.01 I they had previously captared from wI'/ '

.. Y,f the'court from Major Alex Bt Clair- that should his decision be against I ta shaped like the ordinary' chisel City butldtBd and rial estate S1MFnmlturffaad PEACE TREATY SIGNED. 'Since':October llta .w* hav* esptsr.d ,;?,

Abrams that he could not reach hen 'Mr. William In the matter of: ti fee though rounded like a.spade; another 'flxtana.... 51.. from! the Japanese fourteen ga.l;!

, ''1'> .... naUI 1:6,' pad asked htat further proceedings that he will by law have to anipendhim to shaped like a pick, while the third Water an l.r. squI>>meat. M59.O Santiago Chile, October 21-A definite and retaken ODe of our lout I\III.L There 1 *-.

.. In the cue be deferred until temporarily from practice until the I. aquare chisel shape though the edges Sewerage stem | .. ..... 1407.44 treaty of peace between Chile and WH no fighting yesterday.bathe host ax r

his arrival hereupon the request was amount adjudged against him Is paid. somewhat blunt Bills roMtrable.l.Douglass Bolivia was signed yesterday by the of the )fau.churfaa'&nQ'.oo. ". 'kt" .

4 ; The derrick to very similar to the $95.24 Padgett. .00.. ... 174.24 German Emperor being appointed to j :1'10Jl'. 1 Jf
aadathd .
escue4'the f
"' t.t 2VJmft'nd|;witnesses* court until '2 o'clock. EXPRESS MULE RAN AWY; ordinary pile driving rig the chisels Tax sale o':!;rtlncatesj, t .. .... .. 11.13 arMfrate the.difficulty. ATEMPTKD I ASSASSINATION I OT--fl. : ::, .. &.....

;".. V.VA11, attorney. In the caw! were pres- Ii. being raised by' an ordinary hoisting Mule cart tad stables.... ... 181.77 Bolivia renounce the right to a part ;'. NTED. iJ;

|. ti( at'rh,_ Morning *esglonwiUPth| Capsizing the Wagon and Contents and engine of great power and allowed to Streets any* parks fund. (overdrawn of the territory on the Pacific and Chile St Petel'llburc.'October n-The ADelated *-;,,ftt a.,.:.
fail upon the rock or object to bo &fl ... .. ... .. 35M.M guarantee the construction of a railroad authorised :
ot Injuring the Drirer. Pr' n I* to; deny; .:;:
exceptions Major Abrams for the .
;tom crashed?* The craft and machinery ____ ____ '
between Lapse Bolivia and the
if: State and..f!on. Robert W.'?) YU for : i \ the report printed by the Splr. of Parta, ;rteyesterda'afteraoon'to ::i
throughout Is as strong as material can iLR: '*'
: 31972.40 Chilean }ort of Africa. .
', -"th. pro ecuq a. They arrived JII.J the The mule attached to the Ujjfit delivery the ef make It 'which Is necessary to handle ILITIES. '
,;:::1i :afternoon. when the proceedings be- wagon of the Southern ExpressCo. an attempt on .the' life of Kutpeiw iqt
these great weights.Superintendent School ft.4i..t. ...... 2015.i9 THE COTTON MARKET.New : had 'i> '.
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been made
p,.:: 'Ii ., ran away this morning about 8 Nicholas yesterday:_ ., ,o"t;:;
f w'tO: p Uon&necJ at 3 o'clock in the o'clock turning the vehicle over In1' the Van Anglen sa"1 Water ant IwtnndL. . 4081.57 in. whlcn! there.were eleven victim! ::i "r'

afternoon, baring waited Until that street opposite Zaprs saloon ok Eleventh this morning that the crusher will Building knd ..4..... . 2290.83 York. OctoFutur.c I .r.. .: :" 0i .

I'-keur for th*;Arrival of Hon. Robert .... street dumping the probably get to work next Tuesda/ General tea".. ....I?.. . S047.80 ed barely steady. October and November Mnkdln October 22.-Field"MarshalOyama't s%. ''' J ,
.' morning as it Is now practically I. Donation:|fiinii i 2. account sewer 947; December 962; January >70: counter offensive wa* definite*;.; f' '.
Davis and 1!jll.: Alex St. Cla r-Abrams. neath a pile of crates
convening: of the end doing considerable drlVerJllIier.;; condition to start operations. The and rentetate, iy H. M. February 975; March. 978; April 981; ly checked with a'great, loss of mel4. \y

'",-, ,r.court"States'Immediatelykupon_ ,.Attorney Calhoun, Major wagon. work will begin on the other.aide ,Ill. Flagteij/n H.1..... .....16863.41 Mar' 988; June 988; July 992. gun and munlllons.ot, war.Kuropatkia's .. ;.},+).J-l .,

r :Abrams Attorney Thrasher'and other The runaway was caused it IS$ said the bay and in the channel alrea! Suspense account 4., . . 41.K Scot''cotton closed quiet with ten I irmy extends'along: the ;r;

>>it partly opened by the suction dreflr i Accounts payable 1 . . 3632.00" points decline; middling upland 995: line for!!more than twelve miles south; '.,:
.. *,,together with Prof. W. JN. Sbeats. by.a boy riding a bicycle agalnt theanimal
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'" which it will follow through the la1 1 i and middling gulg 1020. from ),'Mukden and Is supported by-;
[prosecuting #t!ltness went Into one of and frightening It WOT* en '
north of Norris Cut to the tea. fortifications .
: the Hun river.
.2tr: :the:jurr: 1'09m., where they were in route to the office from the depo t.War- 131972.401 I I strong on
The suction dredge has removed tl stop TO POLL DOUBTFUL STATES. The present calm is enforced by the w
:oeounltaUOII for more than' 'an hour. ren, the colored driver, received.ever- I The above statement Is better explained -
soil to the rock substance whl- exhaustion of the armies on both side
4ay States* Attorney Calhoun emerged al bruises and scratches and an Injury In the following maiinir: ':
Is found from eight to lWf 1 lie free New York October 22. -DelancyNlioll. which '!lost In kilted; and' wounded '
r : ;bearing s. piece of legal; craP paper. to his knee hy the overturning the CITY BUILDINGS'! AND REAL ES-
: down. This will make it necessaryfor of the Democratic National thousand In the tn daysof
eighty men
"' :which he submitted to the counsel for wagon, which had but a few days; ago TATE. ;
the crusher to cut through fro' t Committee Is preparing for publication fighting./
the defensejind which was' signed by 'been overhauled and made apparently Lots 13, 14, . .. .$ 2500.001 I
six to ten feet of rock In order to 6 t 15..1., ;Vnmlay of a poll of the number of so-. Every Indication points to the battle g5
'$ 'attorneys for.the! defendant and States new for the tearon's work. I the channel to the prescribed depth: Lots 10, 11, 12 (dona-ted). 4200.001 i called doubtful States. resumed and that a x
being soon
A :,attorney. This proved to be the agreement Considerable excitement was'Cause* of eighteen feet. Recording deed .. .$ 2.15 !' decisive
result will be achieved.
:ii" for continuance! of the case by the runaway and It is fortunate After the crusher has pulverized that 16 cocoanut trees..L . .70.33 'r .1-'TEr.S ,
t-l :: ;which was. as follows: that no one was hurt as the/treet I Sidewalk 12th street. 79.50 151.98' -
rock the suction dredge will removethe on STORM WILL EFFECT RESCUE.St ; ;
').1; "Realizing 'the excitement that exists was crowded with vehicle and people I I
same as she Is now doing the ti.? .1
't In the county over the of the during the flight of the animal : .
Ease I soil but In the event that she canrt t $ 6851.98 i Petersburg, October 22.-A telegram
State of Florida vs. W..M.|! Holloway. Baltimore Oct. 22.-Fifteen earthquakes -
I do it a shovel or scoop dredge will be FURNITURE AND FIXTURES received from naval architect
s and being fijllyadrtsed\ of ''the condition : have been recorded on the :
for that ", Kouteingkoff. ? *
I brought down purpo. Corporate seal and express. 6.30 now at Port Arthur and
: of public sentiment at1! this time seismograph at Johns Hopkins Unlver,
though; It la believed the suction Bred: ewill Safe . . . . . 187.00 dated October 14. and sent by way of
and being ot the opinion that it will Though city since last April. The Instrument"
Judge Jones Will Susntiul, >n-1 be able to perform the work with Document Ill- . . . 4J.00 : Cbefoo. says:
exceedingly difficult, if nbt ImP 68l- \eclcd tha number and longest !
..'t '\ tence If Girl Behave R I out dlftlcul y. 24 chairs ant stool . 17.50 !I i "AI) Is well. Do not be disheartened.
;ble to obtain a fair and impartial juryto <'- -" over .rown on a seismograph
Copying press . . . 6.5d:; |: We are working on a Sebastopol:* ,
/ try the fine at this term of the J. T. Osban and May Richardson, the longest shock registered being on
J The Associated Press learn
Suffering from acute nervous disorders that the
m" ,court, the undersigned attorneys for convicted of living In adultery, nd the August27; anJ lasting three and one-
defendant | Dr. George H. Purviance, assl>>,.- t 259.30 Baltic fleet will proceed to the Far
the and the State half hours.
attorney. former
sentenced to two :years tn the ant surgeon of the marine hospital sir- WATER AND FIRE< EQUIPMENT East at a low economical speed. There ,
it representlng> :ihe State submit to Your State's
prison are still Inmates of the
Honor thatihU\ case be continued for ; vice, jumped from a four-story lndo* ( bireet--sprinkler . . 344.80 I Is no I Intention to bare the fleet arrive
county jail having failed to give the I Rer. J. C. Edgecomb, the missionary II there until .
kilkd February.The
the term."i In Philadelphia Thursday and 2 hose carriages .'.. . U2.02 I
Eupercedeas bond of $1,000 each for to Africa who was wrecked and lost
himself.A admiralty the garrison at
.;,. Hon.. Robert W. Darts for the defense their release 2 jumpers and sundries . 3.80 expecs Farrives.
'A pending appeal proceedings his all In coming back to this country I Port Arthur to hold out until the fleet
presented the agreement.Benj. 2000 feet linen hose and sundries -
"t l- and who was assisted by the Acrordlnr
: P. .Calhoun:, States attorney. Jones deal was consummated at Ilirming-; . . . . 462.45 people to calculations if -
: I Judge stated this afternoon of Miami and other points along the I the garrison holds out another fix ,yam
.rJ-.d: I ham Thursday whereby the Alabaa 3000 feet rubber hose. . 2393.21 .
.... t I that he would Instruct the sheriff to line has written to Rer. Dr. Fullwoodof weeks the northeast gales win theft _
fT' ."'May It >! a Your Honor.. I, for Steel and wire Company acquired the Furniture fire quarters and ,
deliver the girl to the h fath.
care t. his safe anvil at Jacksonrllle and
. one, appreciate this situation to the properties of the Underwood Coal Co. sundries . .. . . 104.50 begin to blow and sweeping the yellow
:t. er. provided be comes for her and is I expressing his thanks to him and his seas, compel the Japanese warship
fullest louueQ at Aitooua, Ala. sundries . '
to say that I believe take Hydrants and 591.77
willing to and care for mendthat people for their kind and timely as.IRunre. under Admiral Togo to relax the block jx
'under:UfWllh of Wagon for liose 48.89 I I
\ feelings >; the people tAhavlor carrying
-< I pending good and moral He has gone on to Philadelphia. ade and the garrison will then be able
if": ..of this he will Thetrlkl of ex-mayor Sam'l )tcC.J!. Hook and ladder truck. . 1324.72: p
suspend sentence hert
on secure
?l_ "1 have been here now ''for several of CharlottedvlIIe, Va.. for murder, Bell and tower. .. . . 477.45 i j I to fresh supplies war munitionsand :
food, r"6 ?weeks In attendance at this':court hard LEGAL PAPERS. I Ihe promises to be one of the hardc ,1 1
| Chief Engineer J. C. Meredith o'' The mobilization of reserves In cer-
< at work in j fae discharge of m>' duty fought criminal cases ever tried in the $ 5859.61 '
'if.4.n4 I the survey workbooltl: conducted on I lain districts of :Moscow: and other I
J am obliged to say that the Ian' following! d forr'ord ::;la e. Up to Thursday night but SEWERAGE SYSTEM. .
x papers were I ; the Florida 1 leB by the F. E. C Ry.. rnvincfs Is largely for the purpose.
,. gnage used Sn that consent agreementroareyitha the out the twelve jurors had been Recur. .\. !
r In the
clerk's! office of Circuit System donated by H. M. Tth: a \ lew of extending the road to of filling the Rap In the ranks at the ..

'. ;for : meaning of the' counsel Court today: A veniie. of nearly one hundred was Klasler . .'. . . 1266:1.41Sewer :! KevVft.. Irft this morning aboard'he front. It Is definitely stated the Central ;

,4 -_' ;;' the Statg aid des:, !that, under I Articles of agreement( Tatem Wof exhausted when a recess was taken pine and tu.utrl? 171 IS large and commodious launch Bar- GrlpJ>Pnberlr'R second army corps sa

4. the existing conditions they,' believe ford and wire to !Mrs.\ :M. E. Johnson until this morning. rt-it 8th street sewer 47'.001 rr"-n'Ia. Cipt (,h88. Thompson. for an will otal approximately nearly two >rr
It to be impossible .
{. to bring this case to I Ifor purchase of lot 4, 'block 78, city of 1-J cost 9th street fewer 354.i:) inspection of the work now well iirdTwav hundred thourand men of all arms. t
:;; thin
trial In ;
'i' county at this time, and Miami in th" sum of r-,::5.". Secretary Taft will sail for Pans:. a 1-3 re l ICth street sewer 4'1'' un The Barracuda alFo carried down -.'

, the result bits been the making of this Warranty deed Margaret M. Bulzner via Tampa leaving there on the di i- i quantity of supplier and provisionsfor 10ldqn. October 22: -A dispatch from

4.. consent, agreement. for the continuance. to Richard O Snlzner for fl$0, lots ;patch boat Dolphin. He goes to Pa \- H4067.44Wf th- crews and will be away severaldarns Tokio to the Japanese legation hen

'..*1of the ease tor the term." 4, Ii. 7, II, and 9. block 14. Miami ma to confer with the president of t.iM Marshal*
N I --u pr IPB .rent for ii; resent going tn far as Knight's; Ky before lated today. Fays that Oyami 4

".i.>. ,IL"DG ,, WILLS ON ([CASE. republic with a view of settling ex cit JnlII' and jail Ya.8< per returning.Dr :. i I -..i? rt8no; change In the situation at Y

'i:. i*.' Judge J. jf. Wills said la sub ance: CARD OF THANKS.,"' ing differences with this goremmc t-I year and re-H for flrenien's quarters | *t front yesterday and adds tha the

.' ;''The court tireaUes that this Is a case I fc 1:00.00:: per j ar. i fr->d Mrs. Farts bare woid that fai/anrte left army has captured a total '

;:.., .which- has cpated I a great deal' ot comment I We desire to extend to our t. g'lbol'll Mr. and Mr W. A. Hulln and tam .f. Our present city! (lax in 20 mills. This their eldest eon the Rer. Wallace S. ii? 43: Russian guns. Japanese scouts.

-'t, and especially In this, county in tndfriends our sincere thanks fcr the of West Palm Beach came down t.ll: has been the mlllice as'''snment In the ;i Farts, and hie wife, sail) today for New discovered two hundred dead Russian.

x \which both!parties reside; and the I' many kindly acts and wortiig during: morning from that place and will m_ .e city from the beginning of Its history; I! York from Shanghai China, via Hong: near Shang Llan Leo Thursday. e

Jtt'... court feels the' gravity of the, situation the hours of our sorrow over e Iou this city their future home. Mr. Hu .1. and t*"* progress of the city 1.-s been | Kong. Singapore Suez Naples and

both on the'jptrt of the State anJ upon of our husband and father. !To the It will be remembered was one of Ie such a i to cause the revenue from London tft.. eight yean of missionary DAVIS DENIES TROUBLE. '

;! th. part of ;:pee defendant.}, The court nail-bearers. Messrs, Chaa. eacock. occupant of the Johnson house at \ to taxatloi to Increase. at the rate of f life In China, on a year's furlough. I _

eft :'realize thai the circumstances out of J. F. Bnrteshaw. W. A. H. Ii bhe. A. corner of Avenue D and Ninth sti et about fl.OOO.OO Per year as the first They are to spend a week In Manila. Panama. October 22.--Genersl Dart. :

.which. aidC'Charge! resulted are still F. Lang. James Bolton and J. Ij Wilsonfor which was burned a few days ago ld years --venna wee about 1i.: "'* 00 and I P. I.. en route visiting: the Docto-'s Governor of the Panama Canal Zone, i

;'10"'p'' 'rr-k" the mind of th* people, and their last service we are specially tn which Oliver Johnson,. a lad l.ttt this year It Is a little more than $10.- I niece and her husband )lr. and .In authorze( the Associated Press to +

:tk* eoart"re.u-the dlfflcaltr there Indebted. .p''y, his life. Mr. Hillin .wu also v to 000.00. but with oar miles of streets ; Rhodes, who are on the U S. Government | deny the reported disturbances at CUl.I i

'.\iT'. 'Yo.d4 be' Injcbtalnlng a Jury in t case Mrs. Wm. ].each.' badly burned In escaping from t 'e to keep In repair and other current ex- I staff o ftee hen In the Philip- ebra or at any other place In the ZOM

'c(,,4'of thtort' : at this time)) 'The court Katy Lmieb{ louse, bat his Injuries have alnnllrelr 1t 7 rues the present revenue In little pines. They expect to reach Miami I lor! vicinity. President Amadot COlI-

t 4wouldOotfree to take Jur ex- Ernest healed. 1 1 r "
: rrore than enough to keep what we atrti: Christmas. firms the statement

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I I: beard from ''th I thousand fM.OOOi) for balL I --
confidence doDari city
There Is no better-tim to Investin one except ,
j D.ILY I' property than the present and no i, man who la ahead on the operation. ALSO titter & CrskssvPnm. a
.. 1 Dade Count: Abstract
iM( METROPOLIS. better place than right herein Miami Tampa Tribune. I For scads la the ana of tea thousand Cot
and Dade county. $10,000) dollars for paring
? In the Circuit Court cnambere yesterday '
a t I streets
:it I7tiI..O| ever day **cs pt fs..4a7.. Just bow much influence baners morning the argument on the Z..OOR..O..or.D: j
I Against bonds In the sum of tea
1 bill filed Frank T.
1Jt. TAM ,streamers buttons and transparencies demurrer to by JsesKJsdtss ....
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) l S UIIn.I 1 thousand ($10,000) dollars for paring !
Cullens in the suit of Cullens vs Mac-
N I. STIED TII. have in deciding a political'campalguU : I
..... .... ---- I Donald were commenced. This suit tr Jetl. Vke-P-. SEWELL BUILDING MIAMI FLA.
...-...arrwtnaMrw.c I a question says Leslie's Weekly, but I I --
,. > was instituted: lobo"iy after the probating ALSO
be conalokruble because
this Influence must -
'" .MiW7a' ??.... ) M ;i.n---rti..1 I I of the will of the late Mrs. thousand Furnishes accurate and complete Abstracts -
,' sas.oos.dol.asa.cutStl'a. a vast sutra of man* M spent For bonda the sum of three '
I Dodge which. bequeathed her interesUin ($3,000) dollars for Ore apparatus. or Searches of Title to any
-i" woof tloata.r$ .".?.'mMliad 01Me In this direction In every land in County. We own complete
;, s ilalt.' ol&M DatMd SUM .*uaet campaign. In New York Clf r alone it the Windsor Hotel to Rev. MacDon- Against bonds In the sum of three I Abstract Books of all the land Records
; rail ** tarmlaal.OB : ald. In this suit Mr. Cullen claimed thousand (13,000) dollars for tin apparatus.
>B otb r la estimated thai <*nrin,{ llff fii-soui 'I S. L ',tIfnIa,. of Dade County : : : : : : : : :

'>,"T-' Tear.;by. Mall... ..............Si.00 arty conflict more than lir s ur. I in bill bill filed months ago that there I Sec.and Trea.

t5- aa Mont s........ ...,'........... 1M lion dollara 'will be mv. I : was a contract existing between himself I Notice is hereby given that on September

(faraa{ Months.....:;........ ..... L2SOM men who paint the signs. Inthe entire and Mrs. Dodge for the operation 15th. 1904. the City Council ofMiami.
', Week by Carrier.,:........... .10 I country the sum spent" in this M |lof the hotel and that the contract Florida at the regular session .
'I". I' quarter would amount to sejreral millions I t should give him the privilege of ope- thereof, authorised the special election Tr
The liioiPristtij Conpuj.i. -a lavish expenditure? It would |I ruing the hotel without the interference I of bonds aa stated In this notice and HAHN
:::: .......s AArcrtiaUc raise made known on of Mr. MacDonald until after the F. W. =
.. seem; a migaly fortune In Ba<,s, L..UI- I by resolution authorized the undersign
t jI'; |; application..TELEPHONE ners uniform., torches buttotii, i-n- contest to break the win ass Deei. I ed committee to act In regard to the

.. ', ) :, Cl-XR. vas and mut>lin and palnta in crude I' terminated. The bill contends that I calling of said election and that the Architect and Builder ." 1

-'l i V '":Iaj: METROPOLIS: BUILDING. creations that are ruined by the raln 'this right ls his In saw and submits I object of said election Is to determine

> 4JJ and 414 Twelfth Street.OpJKvttst ripped by the winds and utterly useless I that it is to the best interests of the ":; whether or not the said city if Miami. I of
now bare the
'tJ *\ Court B.... after election day.HOWFISH. J i property that his prayer to the Court I Florida shall Issue bonds in the sum I draftsman in in the my South employ, land one am better beat f

-': ... should be granted. In their demurrer and for the purposes herein named.J. prepared than ever for furnishing plaas

SATURDAY. OCTOBER!' 22. 19M.q FEED; I Messrs. Axtell and Rinehart set forth I S. Frederick Chm and details for good buildings fine cabinet

that_ their client, Rev Mr., MacDonald.
---,,-- -- -" T -- ;J. E. Lnmmns work, etc. 1 am now headquarters 4
*< JTHAiaHT DEMOCRATIC TICKET :I Although fishes of any i t.treD&tb- has equal rights In the premises as the F. W. Hahn. for turned work scroll I/sawing and all

: such as the hake turbot o$conger- executor of the estate of the late Mrs. Members of council constituting authorized work usually done in ra FIRST CLASS

:f'rw President. .. have set before them a !liijienn that Dodge, and the arguments on this demurrer I COUImlttee.I planing mill

r hTON! B. PARKER would fill .a dozen pages tSelr tastes are Interesting and are being
Send me order for doors and win-
|'For Vlee-Prwldaat. are strictly limited. | made with references to a great many I SAVED HIS UFK. :

s I t HENRY a DAVIS. Take the turbot for insta ceo Tnls legal II/IIthorltlea.-Tlmea-Unlon. i J. W. Davenport, Wingo Ky., writes, j dow frames ballusters, brackets, etc.

Fof United Stats Senator fish covers himself with sang, and assumes I June 14, 1902: "I want to tell you I believe and be convinced MIAMI, FLA

=s4 .JAMES: P. TALIAFERRO. the same color. the round, on f.dL13141 ..' e I Bollard's Snow Liniment saved

t i I which he leisurely waits untl a titbit life. I under the treatment of
:.l For Conpsaamaa HOTEL ARRIVALS. I II my was .
'; ; THANK CLARK. comes along. Then he suddenly rises II I two doctor's, and they told me one of 1Clyatt's

., For Oorernor.NAPOLEON seizes it, ant returns to !II. hiding I my lungs was entirely gi ne, and the

f s. I B.:BROWARD. place. His food la principally sprats I I EVERGLADE other badly affected. I also bad a lumpIn

4 I.. For Secretary of State and sand eels. But he sometimes' varies J. C. Devereux,' New Orleans; R. SIeilO my side. I don't think that I could .Stable' "

,1" $I. CLAT' CRAWFORD.For his dinner with a dab' jor a sole, Jacksonville; J. W. Watson, have Ived over, two months longer. I

1 1\t | Attorney General a bream, whiting or pilchard. In the city; Geo. Stuart Atlanta; J. H. I I was Induced by a trend to try Ballard' 500 ..41503 Twelfth Street. :: '."

*L _d ..'!. .. 1! Tfjt H., ELlA stomach of a turbot which'' measured Cheatham. city. Snow Liniment The first application ..,10....
;+ seventeen Inches in length. no fe..etthu ,
c For Comptroller BAY VIEW-- gave me great relief; two fifty cent ALi. KINDS CARRIAGES AND TURNOUTS.
sixty: sprats and sane|eels have sound and well. It : <
x A. G CR5OM. BAY VIEW- bottle. cured me
'" i;,!For State TreasurerWM. been found. cannibal f Alex T. Anderson, Cleveland. O.; la a wonderful: medicine and I recom- SINGLE RIGS A SPECIALTY. :r

-.,:-..":am,, '- : j T. KNOTT. The wblUn? Is a Strong Gto. G. Carrie. R. T. Boatright, West mend it to suffering hum.nlty.5e..
;;. ....: >or BBpartntandeat r j of Pablo tBatne- whlUng eat the weaker oils without Palm Beach. 50c, f 1. For sale by Rex Cross pharmacy. CARED
c oi .! the least of conscience. When I '
.3., tiI'i. '
not so engaged they feed On shrimps, i 1
a IL HOLLOWAT.i Beamer, Chicago; M. W. Al- ,
: .. '. I <.1 ..
; e' herrings and many other.fishes. NOTICE CITY '
trf 4r,.;; gb .i. ier of Ajriealtare mand Philadelphia; ,Chaa. Lejnne Cocoanut E, T. CLYATT, Proprietor:
The pollocks' food is mostly sprata;, virtue of the rested U
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t .:;; a,e..Tttrj N. Grove; Ed Bottfried. Mrs. S. E. .
._ 'I& ?I.' sand eels and guarnarda.j|Both hake the undersigned by the law of the ...... ,
;.,. J F,r.iunroad: Conualsaioaer Hollington. Mrs. G. P. Burns and son.
:-t't anS ling go la for long [prey. The State of Florida and the ordinances of ,
: ; ?'.JOHM U MOROAW. Ann Arbor. Mich. '
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?' ; ',..... --'z.. ,. t hake will dine with equal'Satisfaction the City of )Miami notice la hereby given
; { .::1. .f. 's.. For State,! Oitmiatat on herrings ma kerel. pilchards, sprats to the qualified electors of said dty GEO. H. M EYERS
: X.BOSS. B. Medlin Jacksonville; F. Kidder -
,... m "'f j or anchovies; while the long devours North Carolina.BROKE that the annual general city election '

,'j\t. ...:: !''oi mackerel, dab, gurnard haddock, mad will be held In the city council chamber .

"f( $ :;1Tt .m C011Kft."nCD1'. scuttle-fishes and the octopus.{ on the upper floor of the jaw building Electrician" '
:r. INTO HIS HOUSE. Contracting
:".:: .r, -.J The mackerel, in his turn, feeds on on the south tide of Fourteenth :
.. .- ;.' I. For" State Senator S Le Quinn of Caven ; 1T'' and pllcharJSt. He U avery of
small sprats street west Avenue D. In the City c Cf:
;: .I',111.'puD8u1C. robbed of his customary health by Invasion Launch Supplies
: quick active Sib no pursues of Miami the
Tuxtux: .: .i l For RajaaasuUtlia of chronic constipation. When on Batteries. Spark Coils. Etc. *
f./ his prey by sight and nen he gets FOURTH+ MONDAY IN OCTOBER. "
; WU1fJw.JaJfQ.:: Dr. King's New LIfe Pills broke Intc "$:
.c. 11.1" rl. .j on the trail of a sprat ae sprat Is ,.A. D. IftM. 1113 Avnue Florjda. '
C Miami. Write for prices:
';:. t y-; z:. I Oomaty, >*d a his house, his trouble was arrested and .
"+- j; II.Q. doomed. a the same being on the 14th day of said <
', '"' The herring and alto pe sprat and month: that the polls will be open ';
JI "Jt.I.' Glua Attoraey guaranteed to cure at all drugstorea.
-? !..i 'I.f" ibaute creatures o'doeJt ", '
pilchard depend on very( from eight a, m.. standard time .
< : '' ROBERT B. .T1TLOR. food. While the mackerel -- . .. . . . . .
for their TRACK-LAYING MACHINE.A until sundown on said day. M. C. -

:\.t:"'Ii-" ..:\'it '> For.TaxConeetor| hu sharp tweezerlfke Jaws, the Jones, M. W, Froscher. R. C. MeOrtff 4 Corner &renne B aai nth Street. :
,.j,'; :; .. ,T..'N. GAirnER. ? straining .
; herring possesses a have been appointed Inspectors, and
new railway tracklayer
", 'ru' with acrew .F -
'J'or Ai..or
; : Gulping .o1of water In i M. Smith Clerk
-1" apparatus | of R. as to conduct said '
forty will
,.)i .:. am.'o.mLD.; Immense quantities It to de- men lay two miles I election. G. A.MULLCR,1 PrstrJetec.
k" "j,.;. : ..Couaty Treaaarar of track a day. The track layer has a
.1 For part through his strain4s. and swallows huge feet I The officers to be voted for are aa
''''' \ crane..sixty long which project
: C H. RAtJLERSON.Fqr all the small animate! left behind. : follows:

; J. Svpetlntandent of Schools To give a few more examples of the forward over the road and hauls A Mayor to serve one year.
It ;
train of
a sixteen
: Hat-cars
::. f i "n._ B. 10.1|HALL. best known fishes' dietary: The plaice loaded with ties and rails. A continuous Three Aldermen or members of the I ;

.::-t., aR ... For Clerk Circuit Court ranges among til kinds |bf lower ani double line of cars moves constantly : Cty: Council each to serve two years.
J't E. C. DEARBORN. malsHe will .sklfuUyBlze the leg t A C'ty Clerk and Assessor to "n'e''
over rollers and carries the ties
f :. I' For Sheriff of razorflsh and dra out of the one I I
a qlt# with it. Both rails and ties are seizedet year.A : rontm ppeoalftheyearatL5Operdayaodhp a=
; .; A JOHN FROHOCK.I shell. He will feast oil a cockle or Marshal and Tax Collector to serve Die I
the time i Spmlal Reek to Commercialmrn.
proper by cite machineryand art r
\ 'CommissionersK. '
;:' "J' I For'County wallop or any other ktnd of bivalve. for one year I Large SAMPLE ROOMS
[ placed on the road In front of the PRIM noni I
-,;;'. mll R. JOHNS And If none of these arf available he train, where they shot tly form part of A City Treswer to serve for one I t I, rat file (Box.C68. Mbnl. FlcrtU.
,.r;; B. H. IMICK.T. will be happy on a Sinner of lugworms year.
j f" 1 3 s A. WINFIELD. rag norms or s.irulee.. device:h<> track over \ hI!-h It p'q.. This Said election will be conducted as far i ........... .. t A _.-, . . .
I U said to Le the nuwt expeditious -
: ,, ,. I JOHN JBEWELL, The sole also prefers! shrimps and as well ac erocomlral track! layerIn an practicable In the same manner as I ,

,,' i .' EQ.. TWEEDELL.For worms, for which It bufks by tapping the world.-Exchange. Is provided by law for conducting general I II -- ,

"" }: :,.-.' j.-.. School) Board I the ground with the sldeiof Its head. State and Connty elections.In ; It ."" ..."""" _. -: ...J -
ELJ SIMS The spring dogfish Iii the terror of I BOND ELECTION NOTICE. I witness whereof. I have hereunto V

j.L J:. W. jJPARRlSH, herring sprats, maeke1and whiting Notice is hereby given that a speeia: affixed my name and caused the City Many kinds of Stuff !

.,.i;' -;,>" .. I W. M. BURDINE. which he animals election by the regular voter lOt the I Clerk to attach the Seal of the City of I

..i...... T g; 0 live in such large a owls that they city of Miami Florida who reside U I Miami hereto this 20th day of September are called,;

,i Dent.. :.&lie outl'sort ;tn.tovesy seriously Interfere .-1" the fisher said city, and who own rent estate I A. D. 1904.

-. :. ']! YltJiada.h'ul"; hum.O& man's work-not otdy !.devouring his therein and who have paid their tom JOHN 8EWELL. Stable ManuresDade

u'. ..: =. I 0 lawful prizes, but hampering him bothIn for the past year, due thereon to authorize Attest: Mayor.M. .

j. '; 'Boreas rromisea to conquer Oya- net and drift fishing the city council of the City ol R. KELLUM. County Farmers

-11': a' va ir.d Kni-oratk'ln' befom ..n/ wirks.SK The angler gets his'food in a remarkable Miami Florid[. Issue bonds Larln ;City dsrk.NOTII.R.. and Truckers

_J ;4 r dId, and easy m+Concealed interest not exceeding the legal rat .
lIMn sat- I
Jttdce Parker have shawest eyed fish of the State of Florida for the following .
t ,. .. ofstceeptance. so well that the Notice Is hereby given that after the I
his case after hit r
Mad to
cannot distinguish hlnJvTrom the rockor purposes and the following amount Sure Need the Best;

r.q I bowldet beside whKn he Is lying to' ,wit: I. I adoption by a three-fonrtbs vote of its I ;.
a this monster be is sometimes fix feet 1st. Twenty thousand ($%0.000) do I stockholders after statutory nolle,
The beta In New Tork are It to 7 lu lars In. bonds payable twenty and four weeks' the Miami .
long-waves a sort ofjflagllke mem- yean I pub'lcttlon. Composted and Well Potted .
'- t-tavorof Herrlckjthe/ Democratic brane which attracts 8$ kind of prey. from date of Issuance of said bonds tt 1 Mortgage and Guarantee Company. of I t

R 'Oorernor As they swim up to
Ii them off with She rapidity of and fire department building.2nd. I i E. w. G-El-AV.a1J&
} (Jen. Apathy bas| retreated from Indisci snaps lightning atfi swallows them, bones Ten thousand ($10,000) dollar !I ''Florida to amend articles 1, 3, and 7

-: but he sef ms to be maintaining and all. S In cit ybonds. to be due twenty yean ': I of Its charter to read as follows: !

M hrfposltion In most other States. Eels will eat anything!,f they can swallow from the date of issuance of said bonds Article 1. The name of thla corporation CALL ON HUGHES (&< CO.:,

: $ a 'dead or alive; Und among the i the proceeds of which are to be Wet I shall be the Jacksonville Mort- : Who handle the Miami ttade.
There I. only tme living exPresidentof Being In the making and paving: of street 'i gage and Guaranty Company with
females arf'canniti&ls. -
-- !he United States Let us hope thataftr congers the much largerth"y can easily not heretofore paved within the well Jacksonville. Fla., aa Its place of busi : L'- _.. -" "' ..uIoL

the fourth; of next March there deal very with their spouse and they never settled portions of the said city of Mlanil. ness.

irlU be twoiv | Florida. I Article 3. The amount of Its capital
thjjm when feeling
__ ___ hesitate to swallow ,
t u :::4. Three thousand ($3.000) dollar | shall be t&O.OOO.OO divided: Into shares

,A* white man''; charged with assault hungry. 1/e-, In bonds, payable in twenty years the I of $100. Each to twa paid for in cash, : America's Most Perfect Wheel s sj

oaa negro girl *TM tried before a jury f proceeds of which shall be used In the provided, however that shares of stock
'i. A number of Tamp* cerks. barten
ofwhlte men l.t Friar's Porn MUa.. purchase of a chemical engine and other may be engaged by its members for :

and sentenced the penitentiary for I tiers cashiers and others! are reported I necessary fire apparatus for said purchase and future Irsue and delivery, j The Raaeye 1 '
canghtmn the net of a
IK*. Our Northern friends might make to have been dty. by 'regular deposit thereon. ,

a tote of the f ak smooth rides who artist offered in onejbf than a the"dead northert Bure"lhlng And that said election will be heldin Article 7. The extent of liability shall ; Differs from the bicycle. Pushes one-fourth

the dty of Miami Florida on the not exceed the amount of capital paidn.

e feel sort] for the man who dot for $b. *' nth day of October. A. D. 1904. at theregular : or money received or collected by easier and is propelled the same way.
Lilt He la better The artist's scheme$was to secure a I .
a read hla home paper. no hours of holding elections. ILthe the company. f
list of person employed In saloons and I The )less the friction, the easier the push. '
| man than u man without a couna office of the Miami Transfer Com Witues my hand and seal this 15th

4 .try, He Is' llks! a homeless crw that stores the former of Eferred'a and"confi toHend puny at No. 229 Twelfth street and day of September 1 to each one
'A h1141 no regular pasture but gratespj than[ the Inspectors for said election Seal) FRKD: F. BRIGGS "'"I
: m on weeds and thistles. dential circular" laK offered are named u follows: H. C. Budge. President Miami Mortgage and Guarantee I :. than any other bicycle.

} No matter what other papen be may to Impart a "sure Iy of beating a C D. Lefner. W. L. Keller and the Company.

"2'- rtad. the straightforward citizen al- cash register upon Receipt of $1. A" clerk of aa'd' election U named J. C Portland. Maine, Sept. IS. 1904. !IPlumbng.: :
I victims "bltI
number of the Tarawa '
icy. Insists baring his home paper.
on Gramllng. Before :me personally appeared FredE.

...Jl. t VJUdosta (Ga.) Times. I and them they small are cards now oii carrying-which about the artist with The ballot of said election shall read: Briggs to me well known u the: I I have an up-to-date plumbing establishment j

>> a f Ballot for special election for the issuance President of the M'aral )Mortgage and ,
-.*- ;Jprogreas and Improrement are found suavely Informs the |tertiitel'that the U to surest use of bonds held In the City of Guarantee Company wha aclDowle..lltItht / :I connection with my Bicycle Emporium, and ar"
land to beat a cash
?- l| Vrery dty hamlet In norlda.Peocle way Miami Florida October J4th. A D he signed the above notice amt return prepared tu du the best work. Call and -
h f '
Into the State by'uue. ; : sw m e.'
: .. ar* for the said company for the
Informed that one
; \ The Tribune is
'b: ... =,jtiehundreds to invest their capita'. received $50 for scadYr tt'K.For bonds ta the suns of Twenty sad purposes therein expressed. nstiM.
'; : auks hontea. la a few yea.-. Fk-r- man ta the city I I j.
., dsisely populated at 'tjawI1Ue ..
I I I i If. PaMic. ,
? will k. ItreaUy .....--4 ta ,aa..'Mcteatlers lathe eta(.. He Is the only ApIa beds ta the MB of twesrtj
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r The Real Estate |md Rental Agents

12tli Street. ::::;: Opposite First National Bank. M
$0 :, Addition Lot Bargains!
i r..r.ra. I ------

: attaraoaATTORNEYS'le 1 Th ix>.,e ,

W AT W.t 1

Will pt.otte.Ii *Uoait .BUU aad,'l DOANE & &A.ULERSON
t >.i1 l.nHlt1t ..,. *u..lalDcaa. pertecdDlI
TttlM. DEALERS IN A FEW weeks'ago we advertised this property and the result was:"that many of our
r oitoz sr. M".I:PIa. customers grasped the opportunity of securing such: bargains. ''We have decidedto

.. place Seventeen more of these lots on the market and below will be* found
I SKATOS; M. D.. Live BeM Me t.. Choicest Poultry. .
". PT. .IOffloe Choice meats, Polite Attention a list of a few particularly fine ones in this addition. r

.;< wtth*..< Cross Phtmwty.BsUea4 and dressed.poultr1 PAIR TREATMENT.
Mth atn
ceraer...S C j ,

MIAMI | FLORIDA. 1 s.! ;*..... to C. H.' RAl'LEHSO ft --
l.. CO. .kocMMtehcdth. meat fell. *!' Special
IR. J. M.. JAOpOH, JK, Corner 13th St. and Av. f. .CM h.r.!. IBM Seventeen
r .
: HOTEL BISCAY'**'BLOCK,Av D. k_ i Lot ,

MIAMI. f FLORIDA. I.' Sale. '

-' orld's ]Fair Rates
W. t$ RUSH,
DR. '
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Offlee tO-mb'street, 'Phone 84. ,. W 0 "", ;
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Jaesideuoe mi 9th tit. x 'r tJ+r Doa l'2E
I MIAMI. FLA. 4 ;t :
'" ii : I.l

The L. & NIRUR. e : ..
:r.,1J'. JSACG8, :;c a .. o .. tIS II.
DoOCOC 1- tai 11QCD "u!
;glans 8peetfa4toss\ aad Details'Made Sii' t

j"to7XtMlni$of All Kinds Fine I ?:' .-. '" !I! I If .-

M ""Residences. Speeialt71Ofclt. Excursion Tickets now on sale daily II II.:' I II: w a S. Do K :.. e
? 1315. Avtirot: D. 1:1:1'- y
,< j i from Jacksonville to; St. DoDo a hs :- : ..

:c : ,:Eog xe. Louis 4nd return i : 8 = I i :
:. :. 1i a .: :'
:r '_ Ae15vOZLf1 $40.65 . . .. . Return Limit December 15th. ;. "DoDo-g 6 = p. :.

C3- I _I 33.90. . . . .J . Return Limit 60 days CAN OFFER AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE PLOT. 100x150 (t LOTS). :. i I Er 5 : : ? =j'st

Xwa { . . .1 . Return Limit 15 days IIC. i .
ofne ]Ie. Ian tak se, 4 J'Ia. 17.00 THESE GO.TOGETHER. BUT FOR SINGLE LOTS WE HAVE THE FOL- : S Ii e :'

r ..J'l&.....,wr..tM : ; .f i"' ':

,,'JlT,..._ ga.a.I...c '" .... I' The L. & N. is! .the best line to St. Louis LOWING. ;. I. I. !I" 'Q i :.' I

l 1 lot. 48x140. $150.00 10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. ; I: ,
|,'. DBOARMO, I IoU, (0x140 '".00 each. $10.00 down and ".00 monthly. : : 4 w :, '
WALTER i For, rates schedules. aid. sleeping. car reservationsJ. 4 lots, Mxl40 70.00 each. 110.00 down. and (".00 monthly. =a S ?Ii' :-J
ir > .
.a.roJ12teO"t.. i J Iota, 0xl40. 75.00 each. 10.00 down and ".00 monthly. : : r M 'I[ :
j 4 lot, (0x140. $80.00 each. 10.00 down and $4.00 monthly. : .: = : :
{. ", ---- ,' H. FLEMING, C. L STONE 1 lot. (0x140 $85.00. $10.00 down, sad 0o monthly. : .: I i : Y, :' '

Room 4, Metropolis! building. Ha Put, Aft tOe W.Bay 8t iuOfto will. 0. P. Aft. Losln11'Do p : : I :. .1 :

;flours 8 to | Miami Fla.R.H t-' J'*
: 5fIt will be Impossible to hold any of these lots off the market-w ; w -
J.. .+ SEYMOUR, r-JTjru"UTnrrrurLrLruun i "- g"i! i I want to give equal opportunity to all and every order accompanied by first .' .. IV ; ;

Attorney at. Law You Intend I To Build and 'pa.ym at'41t!. be'promptly filled as recelred. rm.t t lul iegd II u' "

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:_ inn.hectic Puttnlar* U m all_till tlo State. to CorporatIa...* F liCouu. SAVMONY? I O SrJ'EH.-SEdK': : : '

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INFORM THE "in whir alUbranchcB of the Build- I a : : ': +'+--lOT 4 a. :

Bite EagleBaiter; ShoD" 1 lug T des are represented. ''The

f : members of this association cbeer- '.
:FnTauirs.feKs No Waiiinl Contractors --.---" t'-a .
I fully wil1.tnrn b plans, pecifica -- ----- ----rot -

4 BestSA ; ice ill'the Cit). I tions and estimates.s Address NOTICE. | the name practical import u said For Congress. Second District: -;&\
notice proposed.
; .T COLBY.T..lttk, < .. Prdprieiot. ASSciation 1( Contractors Association J Notice Is hereby given that Flora G. ARTICLE VII. J. M.-a CHBNST.: t"" sr'

.; 3O }fJAMI.FLO IDA. j ilmpsoD, W. A. Filer, George B. Wal- j The highest Indebtedness, to which ---- t' '

z c,v :El.eliR"t 1e L_ Iron. Jranette L. Brown, and Mary C. .this corporation may at any time subject REPUBLICAN STATE TlCKJT: ,;; 3

1<< J..;AA.-.....-':* .. 'j', TICiubb1 Wainwright associate themselres toj i itself shall not exceed the amount For Goreracr: *j M:
\ orm a Library Association, and after of fin thousand dollars (15,000.00). M. a
ii- w.cJ':MAYNARD. I our weeks publication of this ARTICLE VIII. / jj

,t' A... IId&"' rill apply to the Honorable notio..l. j jlones. I The vnount of real estate which the I I For Secretary of State: :I I

.% Ctma Icm1I J FItUdt: j ( $ Rates. Judge of the Seventh Judicial 'I corporation may hold shall not exceed \ JOHN F. HORR. ajr

Y f iteko; Clacks, ]Jmltrj, fte : g Circuit, presiding In and for Dade ten thousand dollars 10000.00. For Attorney-general: $ 2
i 1 xranty. Florida, for the following charer ARTICLE IX. FRED & CUBBERLT. f'
CdICARROIL : The ramea of the officers to conduct I For Comptroller: r u
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: C. .; ARTICLE I. the business and the trustees In whom J. L. SKIPPER.For 1'" .
; 'Tu' Homeseikers'Agent J[7 list of The name of the corporation thai: be I' title' to property shall vest until the State Treasurer: .t <
< c .he Lesion City Library Association. first election! : under the E. M. BREL3FORD =
tr7.I'r0pert7 cannot I* charter shall m
a4 will all the
: .,'Otr The people of Dade County want news
.t ocated at Lemon City Dade be For State 1
Come county : Superintendent of Pubes =
td" prleee.
,;-"' ;"':f.and Imtm...u. T;;Duality- m7..and sse OM7. u4jf. this year as it is,to be an interesting one be- "Iorldl\= Flora O. Simpson-President. Instruction:

atlafaetlon.I j cause of the elections, ARTICLE II. Cornelia! H. Keys-Vlce-Pnwident W. R. O"N\l4.: ;,
; i I The general nature of the business Lyra G. Waldron-Secretary. For Commissioner of Agricnlton:.
: C. C. CARROLL. I o be transacted shall be to establish Jeanette L. Brown-Treasurer. J. ROWliT.. ;:*j

r ; | Notary pablic National State( and Count md maintain a public library and readI I iiary C. Walnwrlcht-LibrartIlD. I For Railroad Commissioner: ++ -
h- 214' II L L" SI41t IDr'iNm Si"ETS. ng room and to do such other things rTFKmv: : CO'.1M1TTEE: H. T. RITCHIE.For .
: .' M rlt is may be productive of the education Flora G. Simpson. Justice of Supreme Court for Term a
unusement or Improvement of Its Lyra Q. Waldron. of Six Years: y
L. 1dcD ,
;f' GEO. nembei or the community which It Jeane'te L. Brown. W. R SHEPPARD.For 5

:/ 51 0.01,ClfII.. &I1aer I I'1 1F ': The f(Metropolis .hall be located and to buy sell, lease Marr C. Wainwright. Justices of Snprrrae Court: =+.
"arswlat...c..BeWlYI41.. Leads's ..penaltypocoxtltGROVE. nortga. or hold such real estate or Charlotte j. Albury. O. 8. FAPJL

; : rLA.I .Has perfected arrangements whereby it can offer ther property U may be required for TRUSTEES: C. S. ADAMS. > ;
rt such attractive fates for various .he purposes herein'mentioned. Flon G. Simpson.W. Eo P. AXTEIL. I
,,;a i I IARE1YOU newspapersthat ARTICLE III.
A. Filer. ---
GOING there shorlp: be no excuse for people{ remaining I "-
The tnalificaUon for membership
( Geore B. Waldron. REPUBLICAN
::; in the of TICXTT.For :
ignofance happenings thai) consist in the acceptance of the ARTICLE X. I the Lfglzlatnn }
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Nortkor:1W: st ? the year. |. troposed member by the Association. I The rames and lesidences of the MibBcrlb DR. H. C HOOD. I 4a
4 I. i and the acceptance of the obligations
t rx are as : For Clerk of the Circuit Court:
I THE i r if membership u laid down In the Flora G. Simpson Lemon City Fla. i MORGAN E. JCNES. .p
, : barter by-laws and rules of the Asloclation. Jeineti! L. Brown. Lemon City Fla. I For Sheriff: X

: d: I rl1 ISY1lI8 :& :H hville RATES. by the person proposed. George B. Waldron Little River Fla. H. T. FERRIS. n 5 I
: : I A I f ARTICLE IV. Mary C. Wainwrlght. Lemon City I For County Treasurer: ,- '
The term of corporation of this Assolatlon Fla. JUNE M. ROXVLET. .
j Railroad, 1A I ,!
i. The Itropolis shall be ninety-nine (W) years j W. Lemon FU
. O.n siRxoeil.d paueD':IflrulCf'. Daily A. Filer City i il For Tax Cot!-ctor: Y
."t f trains PallID'. d,11, One Year ARTICLE V. >for me personally appeared Flora J. I. WII OX.
< Modem |, cnrrjing; '
. t. n The Business of this corporation shall i iw C !? .r.. on. W. A. Filer. George B I j For County Assessor of Tees: x

re-chuff' : : : Daily 'J J imes' .Union' $10.00 conducted by a president, Yiceprei1 1 War: .anctte L. Brown and Mary i1 j D. L. HU MES. i
i dent secretary treasurer librarian a : (". Wrv.wrisnt, to tae well known to. for County Superintendent cf Publl
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-X. M' MnID/ u.c fy )().1r' or trustees pot to exceed tiln- L.. the ei sol s described In, and 'Abo Instructfon! : '
;; s The Anew dininRlear i-Weeid Times-Union
\ Soap. I 5.50 lid au executive committee of live |.ei- 'ib "r i 'I) their names to the forego I If I REV. S. G. JtFHRICK. ;,
AgeaU 8n Throcgh I ono to two elected at the anaurmeet- j :.'J' lument. and did sever Illy: ac-I For County Surveyor. '
j.-.d.:, : J r. Weekly Metropolis with Semi-Weekly Times ng at in of be| : m the; r O-T'T' P, -ch for himself that thejwit" i|i iu J. IRVING GORTON.For t

: L. & N. : Union d .- $2.00 Irst Tuf sday In February. ; \ : tie: same for the uses and County Oxnmimioaers: r' _
At th I first annual meetln!' three- -. rtherein expresned.V lit DI.trlct-HARRY i
I'or+ ... .... Car With Atlanta Journal l twice a week '2.25 raster .:y be electee: Tor o. ai i j \ tp.. s11 v hand aid offtrlal seal at 2nd DI.u1ct-c. 'C. RiCHARDS HAIGHT. .

I B..setradCLJi. AppW to With Weekly Palm Beach News 12.00 hree ice two years sad three for lurtt I! .err.oMv.. Florida. this 11th day offie 4th District-R. .'. PECK. t i if

rJ'': M.'Fleming.' / ears and thereafter, excepting for :ober .\ U. 19'H. 6th District-WALTER WALDEN. I I
t .-. .e kicot. j he purpose of Clllrg vacancies, net S'-ai) Homer E. Wooiall.Jintlce For Members of School Board:
... I lteetdaM..I..._BMTft a note than three trustees shall be el:ct I of tbe f eace.EPfBI.ICAX lit DI.U'et-J. T. ZIGLER. .'
) 4 Old subscribers all back dues before theycan d annually who shall hold office fur 2nd District ,H. S ? LLER. I

I take ad mutpay th'offers and cash hree years. 3rd DI.trietc.'O. Gs.
ildUViTiiUffltn : I. : : NATIONAL AND COGKESSlONAb >
clOrtiflU[. in advance | all orders for ARTICLE VI. For Justice of the Peace: '
.f!! I \ 1- these combinations. The by-laws of this Assocjj'lon! TICKET. 2nd District-E. W HIDDEN. -
., w," t sp.ctistly noaaat, that .. w made! b/ the Association at Its Jiv.gnlar 3rd District-Frark JD "ER.

mpoiL cmtartax any ;trtore' to meeting called subsequent too v For President Electors: ) 4th D.triet-C.! W. PIERCR5th
>i 'a.parchUe vawa kindlyekiha 4DDRtSS of Its corporation; and ,
bee corcplcUon
anoij his C F. BI:FFrM. District-W J. GREEN. f
; clerk to ; you hey mar be made, altered or ame: de I It For Constable
i' i ..1 CEO K. P.OBINSON,
Thdda Qgji ; any meeting of the Association afar 3rd District-DAVID McCCNK.
*, .. t roc r. rr>i.r i. i GEO. W. HOLVES. .
IMiaiQi/Metropolis. two weeks notice to be sent o< .fat'd 4th 1atriet-J.. R. FUNK. j
;Retail a < -
to tie members containing a eop* O.: A. WKVPELU, 5th District-L H Banoo.
i'adr. tr
2asod&Uod.Miami: :
Projaetl. >
:. of the proposed amendment If voted A M. CUSHJUN. 4i'i.
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: mot ITO)1 VOTERS I I'f' IN I "atr.: 'Carne; Geri: !;;; Newman; T. D, Newcomb, :\ Tedde1' : ... I Campbell, George'"? Clark. J.-W. T.a-+ t!'
r ) I ,: :r.'f :,J t : !i4 ?
I j : I DADE COUNTjjst 1,!...nS I"+ 'ui': "Tt'tia! :'ittor. t j Jkorelf 'W:O.Q .. v'oe"I.1iWllkluoD\ Carlson.. N. A.; Coates James. 'I.Tmma; J.'0. "'1lraltt, o. :

i 'i.J. : q.# Burtashaw.Supervisor of Crump B. a -Cooper.".' .;O.Conors ; H. H.DISTRICT. DoDIIIct... W. L.Erieson 'Taylor;'A: %. Taylor J. A::
Jtegistrsilon In and for Dade county Cork P. c. A. 1.Chllllngworth. Otwell. Alex. B. O'Neal. G. No. S. > Charles XFnlf W.

'_ ;. 40 cerUQr that the foregoing 1s a true ClArke. J. P. Cries. K. W. Outland. a M O'Bierne. F. Armstrong J. P, -Armstrong Moses. ord. Wm. H. Falls R. C.Frohoek. Wainwright C. a Wlnfleld. T X
Mist of the qualified electors of each Coleman, J. F. Colley C. A.l! Owens J. M. O'Neal. Burton, L H. Blackmer. W. W. O. W. Falls I. A. Weathershee. U C. Wet J. D.WoodaJJ. r

I. "iil1ICI OII:Uatrtet in-skid county. I Carey A. H. ,'C. C Otwell W. W. Brown, C. T. Blackman Wm. A. Geiger H.Gllsson. Glt oa. Jan B. H. JJ. Webb. B. N.Woriey. "ice

.Witness my' hand this JOth day of c.ild. Lewis.Coastantlne. Crockett a C. P. Bland, John. Bright Cornell.j. R. A. Cause, H. O .G.A. Waldron. O,'. B. (1* wWltaon
October A. U. 1904 J} : L. Cover A A. : Potter. B. M. Patter Richards B. Bell. L. aClambers Gllsson, A. fc. Uoodmaa. J. B. Samuel.
J. C. WJBTASHAW. 'CottreU. M. A. Collins.. K.' Parker. J... N. Potter. Oeo. W. J. E.. Chamber Ed. Galloway, G. E. all!. C. 1C I Z. .. -
' S. Buperrlsor of ReglstratiCD Catle. G. F. Clarke M. C. Porter R. W. Porter a Cohen. A. Cowyer. Perry. Geigas.X F. Gallow. a Zumwalt. W. LDISTRICT '

t I Crockett Lee. 1 Poland. W. E.Peeler Peters J. J. Cole, Jesse.Chapman. Campbell T. B. Harp John A. Harp Thomas.Hammock. No. 10. .

"&&T. '}.UCIE-DISTRIc1< No. L D. J J. A. Pall W. L. F. M. canon.. R. P.Cohran. Harris H. U. W. W. A .

"r .....,. B. W. Berille.'a' L. Dewey, Fred. 8. Dye. H. P. i Purdone Walter. Pierce F. Ie.ParrtI1. Cromer, J. F. 8. C. Hutto. J. A. Hlgglnbotham. J J). Amason, Fred. Allen. A. L.
11III1. BJO. Barber H A. J.Ban. Dimick. E. N.Dimlck Dick. J. H. iJ' a W. J. Piston W. H.. Cook. J. W. Collier Wm. J. I Hardee. K. J. Howell L. J.Jenkins :. Arnold Jaa Anderson.

Wf. A. I E. H Douglas. W. I.DeBerrr. Pope. W. F. Pylps. B. B. Dye w. C. Detto E. I. Holding. J. M. J. T. Anders. L.

Craig.. JT I.Vyer. I Dean Bobo. W. Ot Jr. Porter, R. B. Purdoux C. C. Davis J. W.Ellenwood. Ins J. WJohnson Abrama. J. K. Andrew. B.
I A. t Peterson B. H. Perry X T. 8. G. Ellis Perry. J: H.
.'WJ-. Dyer De Harry. Davis, Zack. Dean Joel Wash. Atkinson H. F. Aberneth i. C.Alkln. .
" s Darts E\\ J.Bnnls. DeBerry.J. T. Darling Fran''; Phillips, J. G. Pearson. W. B. Fenno. J. Grant; Fnlee Joseph. Johnson J. W. i Avery W. D. B. C. ;

"t J, M. I Donaldson Henry. Doster B. H. a Palmer WR. Purdy W. D. r-ulee. G. W. Froscher E. A. KnrUe. M. R. King a. W. Aston D. F. Alford. J. L. xAnghenbaug4
M. J. Dow. W. D. FDeyorman. Page John. wails, C. W. Freeman James. Kepperiy. H. R.
Frorier.;B a Frier. 'W. a I Donoron. : O. J.Anderson. O. W. ;
Culler. (' ... K. Griffin X C, Sr. H. H. Dole Frank. | a Green. J. L. Green J. C. Long M. r. Leslie John W. Anderson S. It. Alkens. 8. W.
Griffin. A. C. Jr. Griffin W. D. Da Camara. W. H. Donnelly, J. 8. Redlck. Charles. Ron'ley. J. M. J. H. Green. Geo. H. Moffett J. W. Anderson O. A. ;
1 GUlilon.o. A a ) Rose A. T. Reese T. T. Hubbard. L. W. Haygood. T. J. McDonald a E. McDonald J. E. I B.

aooci; J. C. (1903). I Ernest C. E. Earman. J. S. Rameti. Robert Redifer H. P.Redifer. Hodges. H. P. Henry, Thorns McLendon. U. M. McDonald. Harry. I A. E. Burdlae.) M M #

r :: t Hooks. C. H. Hazalth; Thar.S Ellis.John. Eutwistle GJO. R. Roth. M. R. C. H. HInton. N. 1'. Hicks Richard. McEachran. John Mi Rae, W. A. Budge F. T. Boyd W. C. '

S Johns., M. R. Johnson, G. H. bnrln. ;)'. C. Rlchburg.: J. W. Roundtree W. J. Junls. Fred. Jordan. W. A. O'Neal. John R. Brown O. V. Brown. L H. "" .

Xn r.I' Walter. Kitchlng, Stanley Fremd F. W. Field R. 8. } Ryan, P. L. Ryan P. W. Lyman, M. K. Leatherman. Jesse.Leatherman Peterson. J. A. Pa-itrett R. E. Burdlne W. U. Bachns F. H.

Lawrence, Wm. A. Jr.Ledbetter. I Fenton. E. D. Fox. J. J. 't! Rumley, J. H. Ruffln John. J. R. Padgett. Noble. Kslmoplst C. V. Bush C. W. Byrne Arthur, 4!
R. A. I Krarjer. T. Fenton D. W4 Rlnes Geo. H. Rond. T. E. Muller. Charles. Marshall John L. Ratt Samuel. Riley T. R. Britt J. a Bayless George.

Mitchell;; Z. M. (1903). I IKePJaeniDA. Fisher I. H. Feaster, T. X| Rsulerson, 8 W. Ryan N J. Myers W. W. Muller Adolph. Rogers F E. Rogers. ,"'. H. Bell. C. J. Blackburn J. H.

+. K. ''McPherson. U. Field. B. R. Flagler. H. M | Roth. William. Rowley A. 8. Miller Charles H. Monroe, Ijee. Sloan. A. Strickland. Z. X Sardine, J. M. Brown. 8. W.

r 4 cPberson. Chas: W. I IItcNuUyj Frazee Warren. Fulllngton. Henry Randolph. C. P. a Melton, Isaac. Monroe James. Sanchez Z. A. Sanchez Frank. Bolt A. E. BrickeO. C. C. B. F-a {

m > W H. McNutt. James. i Faber. W. E. Fanning W. H.Freenson & Manning Harold.M Studs ill, J. B. Sheppard Chas. Barrett J. H. Jr. BrickeU.WlB.Jr.Bogue r
?4' Olsen. Hans C. Parks, aParies Faber. :A. F. T. E.Fabef Spencer M. E. Sanders, W. H. Rae, T. )I. McFarlin, T. H. Toms L. Tucker. Ed.Treman Boatwright .. W. BrickeD. W. B. *&,

k H. Plate FJ' M. FlKb) .r., Alfred C. W. -. Sheen Franklin. Strawdemao, J. A.Sehrebnlck. McRae John. MtLeod E. A. W. L Tucker J. C.Wolrord Budd. L M. Ball B. T.

"f" ;s' Platt J1 C. Platt 8J D. Flndlejr. Wm. Carl. Smith. M. McStephenson R. McStepheneon, P. I I J. B Wofford, J. '1'. Brndow. Oeo H. Ball. C.XBraddock ? '

'fi:.' '% '. Parks,'George A. ,
.t. !rs. C. (1903). j J. D. Gardner Frark C. Stomers, J. C. Strohm G. G. Poppell H. C. Wilson Jerry Walker. W. R. J Brano. 8. A. Burns E. L.Burnett ,

.; -( ''' w2akVgtstef Richards, Henry W : Gerber. John. Grier J. 8. j Spencer. Wm. H. Sirkln Max. Roberts J. A. Rowan K. Wilson. I DISTRICT NO. t.i ] Baldwin. Wm. A. X W. 5
r; ; Frank. Rhoden;! I. aKlchllghter. Gale. Geo. A. Gale. Elbrldgt- Singleton. Lerry. Saunters, H. B. Rousseau Gordon. Roberts J. !U: Andrews S. N. .\lbury. John F Bravo, J. C. Brown Lv P. =
ftJ.U.ode.j 1\;W. S. L. C.W' Grant. H. T. Grier. T. J. 0* Sanders, H. .Schmeldt C. W. Rice J. D. Robinson W m. /i Atkinson, R W. Atkinson C. C. i i Budge. H. C. Bouchard N.

Btypmak, Otto.< Stypman Ernest Gruber; M. E. Grit tn. H. c. i Seeley John. Seagle. F. V. Sunday J. 8.Scbafcenger. Sherman W. D. B. 1 Blackman K. V.. Bradford. J. A.

ft3 p: ...en.:H. K.: Stypman. H. E. .' Glover.W. H. (190JV gGlddens. : Snell D. R. Sanderson, D. W. J. J.SUusell. Sterling H. J. I Burr R. H.. Jr. Burr. E. D. V. Brae),.. c.. W 1Sl n.. J.:B.
... r : 9chroed.r. Curd. Stanley j 8. 8. Z. P. Goode. M. H. i SIrkln. Harry. Singleton C. P. W. e. Sims Eli. Brown S. K. Brown A. J. Bradley C. I?. Brown. Frank H.: "

',,;.) "' 3. Sellers bavid. i Gunter H. C. Gray. W. H. f Simmons, W. M. Sanderson, O. W. Sparks E. M. !:hherwood R. M. Burr 11 G Brooks. W J Brosster. Geo. O. Belcher, 8. A.

amithVttilay.; Simmons, a Garret. M. H. Glddens. J. D. Sullivan E. W. Spitzer W. $J. Scommell, Geo. J.balls. Shuford W. H. Bryant H. f. Becker Loi't.Uraaaii Broadfoot John.: Brinkerhoff. Fred. {

.. ;it I .. :I I .-=- Gardner. F. C. Gerber. John. t Spitzer Arthur W. Summers, J. C. Oeo. 8. Smith Edw. (1903) Buffer, C. ". tI:. ra -. Braswell. F. J. .. .. i a

4 tfr 1Tay'Ipr.:: .1'?' Taylor, Thomas. H. 1L Sanders. J. W. Snider, S. & Taylor I. B., 8r.; Taylor L. M. C ,- t' .*,

:vi,": Thompson. H X Tucker, L.D. Halght Chas. C. HendrleUoD.tV. D Shannon Darid. Seward H. W. Taylor. J. B.. Jr Tucker Mock. Curry B. Carey, J. T. Cosgrove D. J. MLCaffee. : VI .
"': f' jVllliamson. J.X Woodward, Charles Haley John J. Hansman. Hirim F Stevenson J. A. Singleton L. H; Ten brook. F. L. Ten brook. DeWitt Chard. W. A. Cook, W. A. aopton
Combs C. A.'L.
,-. WUUnson. U. W. Wood. 6.'a Hood. H. C Helm. Willis Bchlble Herman. Spratt. R. a; 't,., i Tireman C. K. Taylor. Samuel. Cromartie. A. W. Cook Clarence. UCarrdTCnnrles. (1101)Cochraa1l r '
eL J, -/ H DISTRICT No. Holmes U C. Hays. Of o. (1903). Spears, E. L. Scruggs, C. H. Woriey, Jas. X Weyener August Comer, need. X -fair Couttet"J; >/.1t a

T f" -*xnaonrt* J James A. Archer,f.,r. c. Hangh: A. L. Horsford. E. LfHurl' Smith B. M. SIrkln. C B.Strahan. Williams, Charlie. Wilson Arthur W. (,'0 T. Gook.H.L.: Combs. W. H.
...' J. C Heard O. H. | Geo. 8. Sharp W. H. Watson Arch. l' Chandler, O. L.Courier. Conrad J. P. M ,;
..r erg H. j. A. ? wer. 1.. Cash, J. T. Jr.
', ; t "':.t:; 7.'. II.; If. H. Holdeq Brown. Hendrickson W. W Scruggs; F..M. Strahan, W. J. j Young blood, A.ffllL er. John A. Cobb. M. Cbancey 8. W. eard Charles. Church a H. :
ij : : ,H. J HaJsjes. E. F. Hannong, H. Southall John. Strahan/B. XStnbblefleld. John a./Zlll John. Cook R. N. Chestey. H. H. Cress.,. J. W.- ayatt E. T., td: 'J aw
I H 8. Curry X P. *
:4 :CartI 0. W. B. Harter a H. HIscock. I. D. W. C. !Strteklan 201, Mara. Conrad J. T. i
Chafer R. Camer D: F.
wT' .1cn.ii: S. s. Crone. Reuben..Doder Hobson Thomas Holler G.i'" 8nellcrOYe. O. W-SUsfSTmic, F. W. DISTRICT No. C. D. > e. ;
'Il'''a iDt.8olgi Harry JB. J. Holly. T. J. HOller. H. L. f, libults. E. Slngleton, c. B. Ashley J. N. Ashley, J. E.Carender :. Douthlt J. W. Douthlt a J. Currier. P. P. Colby. XCleveland.
eu ft. J. F. A. 8.Cellon. -
C' I.D. Harper. L. O. Rnffstetter. '<;F, _I. I Spe ..t. Strickland. C. Ug Ashley W.& f.iL De Vane, F. J.Oemerttt. Dupulr J. O.Daughtry. .
: N. D. George B.Carruthers .
... 1B4Jrarq.L Edwardk I J. D. Holly. !U.' K. Hatchett W. P. W. a Schlappe,'John Butler Geo. 0. J. H. J. A.
W. E. Cook. J. c. <*
i l1cIer; tl.:1I. Fountain; a D. Hoffman J. F. Hewett iingtetan, C. P. Snmmerall. W. J. Carroll. Chas.Creekmore. Z. DeVann, John L. Donthit J. II:.
Conn A. '
,1-._ ;"-'---.-_ W. P ForsythJ I W. i Hewlett W. C._ J arwT M I r Smith. Andrew (1903). v, 1. Crouch. I. T. T. Chute. Angnat.CheaUuun. .

':- ?Groat. JF H.. _. Ca .. Holydan, L. D.sHenderson. Stevens L. P. 'Smith Robert Chalker. W. H. Collins A. J. Flier W. A. )'Ier, Henry : "
T. K.
Coates, B. JIL
-:}iinrii."u' iiii fff DJen i i n, A. B. Jas. Hayes. George.! Speed. J. A. Snider;84UP. Cole N. D. Camels. W. U. Parnell L. K. Freeman Chas.Qeiger '
J. H
,, .. Cheatham. Coates, w. 0. V.
rlart, : Bat P. Henderson E. B. Harper. J. 3. i Bte .;":. Drawdy Duncan Dillon. W. a Freeman John ) :
Carroll. C. C. Clark. P. O..
:#'> ) f
Evans tern t.
Harrod E. E. Harper. L. NHarrelt T. A. J. O.
.r r ... It. D. i i T Carroll. A. s. CI..I.1L4i-i ""'::t
,C t+.- ft a.l .Ja> ; J. D. Hamilton s. Thomas Darld.Tncker\ John.Thome Yokes J. a C. E. Green J. L.
a... Joie,N;; c.- J 1 W. A. Hod M.C.A. .Hoppe>}.lCt,W'I!: ,.. ; W;K"*" t tniter"liL1Z. 1 Or Cb; .:I" r :W.liGear. o ueU. John. GoocU... W. aGrifflng. I Challis. LtwU J. JT.Coker. tarry Conch J.A.X UCaldwell. ..; ,t ;

_f 1 Soa" .c.:-, I oJ" Harrlsi J. J. Harper: C. I[ Thompson A. C. Thome, ... B. Gardner R. W. J. F. Gresham J. M. A. M.Owynn Campbell. A. J.CoaeluDaa D. X '
I' Bnc. IiZ: E. \ Humphrey. R. HIbamltll..T.1! Taylor. Geo. M. Talhert, W. L. Hardy L I. HIl e. H. B. Gordon; W. W. a .L.Gordon. .
KaI&ht.lG. A. Cook Clarenos
1, XSffolllllc; PaaIqtoa.. Harrod. ..F. A. Hefty C. I Thomas B.'B. Thomas John B. Harden W. X Harper. L. G. J. O. Ma). F. ChalDe. W H. Coachman f
'' iamb, Wni. Lee. C. 8. 1 HudL, -w. A. Hays, Sam.I< I Tucker It. J. Thomas J. K. Hyde W. C. Hosford. C. W. Gorton. J. Irrlng. Frank. ,
Cobb LCowan.
p: ? 1&",. ef.,A. L. Lester i }.'aimier. i| i' '8Idner. t L I' i, Thigpen. Calvin. Tyler Charles.V. Lane R. J. Lampp. a R. H. Cf o ptos. G. IL J D.'A

; ];: C. : Monroe M. B. I O. W. Idner. Frank. Moore W. W. Mason J. A. Hubel. J... J. Hlgga a T. Campbell. M. G. (1MB. ,

u. fd ,:....; Morris Thos. a Jackson XW.Johnson. : Jones Pan cJ : Voss, W. T. Vellerman, J. W. Maddox J. 1'. I Howell. Dock. Hnskey A. J. :Caldough A. O. (1903). ;a
v-YatthMoh.,3 &. R..g. Jordan R. -; V&olD_. W. J. Voss.XH. McNab W. H. McCorab James. I Huskey J. P.Holtxclaw. Helling. G. C. Cannon. ;
I W. A. (1103). ftHllon i }
; .MahaffeyM.R.l: )03). .1 Jenkins M. C. (1903). 'f W. Pierce. Jas. W. Pagan W. A. J. C. Haxelton G. (1903)
Campbell. W. W. (UOS).
'- 'itltchell.SW': R'(1105). ." ''J 1 Jackson, L. ((1903). Jones G. J. Wilder A. )). Weybrecht O. W. Pike R. S. Pesrc" P. M. I Hill. E. F. .' 8 j

Proctor, &;W. Powell,1f. if. .Jackson E. Jones, W. R. ,'" "Wslker A. W. (1903). Haines W. H: Ross F. W. L D.

'q 'Penaock4IL:& Psnnoek.' B..XKn Jenson, Peter. C' W imba. W. Will IOn. L. A.Whidden Rodgers, E. Rltter H. E. I ih"': C. G. Ingalls c. ai DeBerry, w. D. Dennis, J. W. q ,

) ,. **&|* T V.: fI I K. ''t Wm. Walsteln, H. H. Rousseau W. E. '. h;aila. H. T. Dyke J. J. Duane. H. BDorothy.

Smith. Alfred.' Swoops'W. & Ktniel Franz. King. W. C. Woodruff C. A. Woodruff, C. A. Saxon J. A. (1903), L. a I j.lordu. C L. Dortoir. W. B.Douthlt. r "

Smith. Joshua. Simms, ElU I Kelly George. Kennedy C. 14Kincaid. Warren J. A. W'annaaa'ter Jes& Snell. W. W. Smith. W. W. I: Char f'JI. Johnson Henry. DeBerry. K O. A. B.
a "IiIUTIIIJ.l. ..' James. Kunce, G. XKelsmitter. tr Williams, Geo. (100:)). Smith G. W. Smith. G. W. Jacob R. J. I Douglas 8. W. Dickinson, T. H. k

t'TyndaU. 0.:W. ,Tyndalt.I A. I It Kelly George. ChsX. Weight C. A. Wallace, E. U Spinks. J. C. ((1903) Spier. F. H. I K. Davis O. L.Douglas. Daughtry. W. L.

'.'Ye1J. Joe A. Widmey r, W. L. Ken<
7 ,.,Wade. 1.1', Wings JohnF.Aathony. I Kirk Charles. Kenrtn. D. F. : i Williams, R. B. Wilson Andrew W Smith. A. C. KE .. '.r. A'Lang' :1:cktr-onn. Fred. Downs C. F q .
-;.Tonnga; Hwrbert. Kennedy P. J. :j. Williams L. i. (1903). Umstead. J. W. L'mstead. C. D.Whllby L. tto-n. J. K. Drake Gaston.

:'tiLllst ': i T. L. Williamson E. U Windham N. W. M. T. !' I... fMods't. Dann. J. A.Dickinson. Day. E.Darls. .)

LAKE ORTH-DISTR1 r No. 3.fe Lainhart G. W. Lruther J. Wilson Oeo. W. Wicks J. D DISTRICT No 7. W. 8. Charles E.Donglasa. I .,.
"'t Adams! ;Frank.ABen Adams ;. D. Lee R. f]. Lane. L. P. C.i'). Whitney. John. Winner E. J. tllsbrooks. 8. M Alton. C. C. M. I Dodge L. L John. T
'. A. J. J. N. mend, Merritt Z. T. Doarift, A. a Douglass. Frank W
i:;. ; D.A Anderson, C. & Lewis Peter. Lewis Williams, J. M. WeJhe W. A.Welhe. Brantley. Braddock. J. W.
fl ;'Akrey. Rg Armstrong.. W. F. Lopes C. A. lanen. H. P. fjLhel'lllOAo J. F. Whitney, J. H. Braddock. N. JL" Bracknell. W. L. Mettalr. \M II 11m. Matbaus. Frey O. W. l>Iekerao Albert.

..".,. .',.,.Archer ChU. s., AnWon J. H. Sr.. H. M. Lewis A.. H. (1 03) Ward. A. C. Warner. J. W. Bryan. T. M. Barrett F. A. Merritt P W. Moody, John. E.Erlet.o.a. .
< -: Aitaot '.H-aiO). Lockwood. L, D. Langford. C. W< Widell. C. O. Westherly. W. H. Berryhlll W. O. Myers. H. B. Morse D. W. EJ Iue. U. 'Eaton. B. 1. a'

,'Aa AUeL: Argyle, 1 D. Lnne,::A.: L. Lawrence. W.) H.Leon4rdy. Walker E. A. Weir J. a Chambers Charles. Murphy. B. l... Morse E. L. I Infect, F. G. Eldridge. P. R.

:.Aadersoa: L H.; Allen. JI C. Louis. Laffers. J. B. Wilson. J. C. Whlpple. H: Cromartie.; B A., ((1903). Mathews. A. Mitchell Warren. Evans L. H. EInlg.. R. B. x,

;."4 4:;Jlnthonyf D.; Allen,A.- E. Lush%Pete. Lewla. T. F. \ Williams W F. Waters F. J( Drill J. B.Farrow Murphy. A. UMettalr Mistier M. L. Kinlg A. J. Erickson. J.
m" .A4Mu.. J2'A. i ApeleVrC.Bell A. LanE, ff r.: P. (1903). Lett. T. M. !;; Weston. Samuel C. White W. (1903). J. G. I' Fromberger J. H. Wm. A. 71Ie. i Egger, Henry J. DchelNYger D. O. ,:

lexasdeiHarris.. r' Lagers, W. E. Lowndes C. D Wilder J. A. ViKsr. M. J. I Fisher F. T. Frost A. C. ) I F U. .
: I i II! U. '\ Wangh. B. H. Goodwin. K. C. Gaunt Jos.Henneberg.. DMcDonald. .
i4; 8.Brelsftx ; McDonald. J. McMillan. W. 8. I Kriar, George C. Fltisimmons. J.I BFrohoek. f z: K. Brown. B. J. D. Metcalf. W. '."'1 Y. Green W. B. D. W. Jutn Flowers, A. H.

,'!: a :'Bnrkhar L. 'Y: Barrington. C. B. >>&baa.. W. H. Miller. H. 8. (1903). Yarborough. H. B. Yarborousb. M. J. non pB. J. H. F' T. N. I Flurry, V. J. Frierson, Henry. "
:1\\ Baker. I1 J. Brannlnc. C. I. Merchant C. E. Moses W. R. Yacborough. W. F.Z. Hopson. H. G. Hyden. J. H. j Norton' W. E. Norton E. B. :I Flan pn. R. 8. Franklin George. r

;. ;;Baker, ..... Beach i. B. 'Milton Willie. Msjewske. A. I I Howell. D. F. i{ Newbold. J. J. Froeaher, M W.Foraell. Fuller. N. B.
:;- :'H. : Zapf George Zapf. Hare. Jones, Geo. C. Johnson W. R. I I I
KBrowa.T. A.
'" Flack; J. Brtggs. Moore. W. L.Mearsrw. Martin. E.: A. FIckell. R, a
Zapf. \ .x. King, R. 8. King E. T. j
D_ I5eIUIOD.Ilohn. >>. Milton. H. C. ;a Fritx. Joachim. Fltts.8. O.
:- DISTRICT NO 4.Aneerine. King J. H. KinK D. A.Llppincott. I Pert. Wm. T. Pierce L. W.
W. J. N.
1' J.
.eergia;_, Boatwright Merry, J. Marrln. f; Filer Charles F. Follett W. H.
j 'W' G. A. Anston Will. Kennedy, T. S. : Pet Harahan,, S. BrrutIHonee. Metcalf. U Maltby. G H. j ; Frederick. J. !. Flowers. A J. F
Blanton. R. H. Hurnett A. JBaismore Lon III. Jos.Marshall. B P. | Punon! J. S. Pent. A. I
;'Biusdwe ll. W..Dr. J 1 Metcalf, C. P/ Miller. Geo. XManghlln. R. W. Ferris H. T.
.Brannan" H. P. Barfield. S. A. Marvin; A. B. W W. W. L. Balnter. M. H.Coi W. H. Marshall J. W. i j 1 Pollard A. .'. Pander J. F. Frozfer.Frigsell. G. C. Frees S. W. (1903)-
Wm. H. Collins. G. T. Marshall Wm. Marshall, M. X Ped.'n' J. H. Pynter. ascPendleton. I -
X. R. R. Marsh. J. L.
Blase William;. Brannlag.-R. i Marrln,J. K..Miller. f I Kreas. O. A.. Jr., (190:). -
x J.BUtch. :'JC.'", ,".Brown.J.! H.Brannlng. Chas H. Meador. H. 8.:, Campbell Alex.Daugherty. .Marshall Carlton Marshall. A. D. | Pent C. T. J. E. I G

4 .'M. F.'Baker W. C. C. I Miller. James Molby. W. H.;: Jesse. Dardls. Tbos. Marshall .U W. Mnlllkan. J. W. I a I Gander T. 1Gause.. H. IL
r- : dea aFw1 BrownJo. W. l.tltcbef I' W. A. Moore. E. T. & Frank I. R. (1902) Freedlund, Adolph. Nix J. P. ) Hot:rts, Jas W. Roberts. Chai. E Graham, 8 Gore. C. A.

t f3yl.ii..;.- ;Btnunga c. A. i Baldwtn H. t. Maefr: William. MaxOeld. B. Koirey, Elmer. Freedlund. Andrew O'Neal.' Dennis. Oliver. Frank. | RuBsell William. Russell George.: I Graham. J. M. Gonga. JosGautler .

H. J. BensonJake.! Mon
't; Battle 8.: B. Boatwrlght K. T. Mlzeld A. T. Miller C. F.t r'ri edlund. J. E. Priest. J. L. Peterson. EmanueL i| Reed, Paul. Reed Henry L. I Graham, W. 8 W. 8.
t w Brannlni.W.,F. Bowman I E. 'J.BurkhoJder. MUelC-J.; a Mary. R. H. --nett :A. W. Grlmth, F. Pike N. C. Peterson. A. .... 1 Heed. Geo bj Reed. F. B I Girtman. W. K. Gramltng. J. C.

(1'1 Belden.r.a. c. K. W. Moses, E. N. Merson. Wlll&n.Monroe. Griffith J. F. Griffith. WeI40y.Uh':1en. \ Ross G. W, Reams B. K. I Kolfs P. H. Roberts, H. Leon 'Gentler. W. J. Grant J. W. ; 's

k .JIea i :: E4 Bareo. ((0. C (110%). Miller. Fred W. Frarf : .. A. U. Gould. Jas. S. Roper P. H. Raulernon J. E Reed E. J. (1901)). Girtman, J. D. Cordle. H. B.

tf ** y Boatwrlght G, A. Bums. !I'. aBurkhart. Merrill. C. M. Merchant XMathls rfper.. F. P. Harper. C. T. Raulenon. B B. Rsulonon. K. D. I i 8. :''carthside.C.H. Goodson. 11 L.Cantier. .

\ t', Birch, ". A., (1903 Brown; John M. Masters. O. U. i King. Dellanl.Ly Roberts. J. B. Roper H R. I Sturilerant.V.' (). Spradllng, Emory. !Goethe Rnbo H. P.Oirtman ,
*- nan. M. B. Lyman. Q. a Strvrahnn. frank Stanley. R. C
Ba ;J. 'W. Bobo. Joseph. Me. ff 3. V. D. Gerock. J. T.
', e.C.Ccmator i McKeana John. McFarland. Jmes. Lewis. H. T. Lugford. Sam. Smith W. & tft John C. H. j 3Scott )I. j
I j Goodwin A. Rr.Creares Gowin J. LGoodwin. ;
-. J. W. ChllllngworUi.. R. J McCuln. Dsrld. McKlnsee, WLMcDanlels. : .s i en. Nelson C. Tyler. W. M. o Stanton Wm. E. Smith. Charles. C. .\. X Jr.
--a aarterot.A.., Clark i. N. (1903). Philip. McCain, Gnyi ',!s :belT)'. C. B. Murray. H. a Wallace. H.. A. Wells A. W. i Sand rm. Jas H. Sawyer Robert H. : Grlmn. Joseph. Graves W. F. ,

i' 'Cobb: 8U902J.Cmrney.3ohn Collins,' W. K. I McCariey.; W. a McGlnley. Ja| B. Msberry. R. D. Mayberry, W. O.Ms Wlliams. J. K (1902). I Sawyer Robert. Sands John W. Griffin. J. UI Graham. A. W.'Gaiti. *
;; CartfLI]B. F.t McDonald. W. I. McCarty. a ?. :ill. C. A. Mayberry. T. E. Woods. T. J. Williams H. C. ( Sayer-. W. C Shrork. Michael.Saunders. 1. I A
J. Oomph. Gel fl. '
; ,,, .Qea ...... J. O. Cook. BenJ. ,I MrOlnley. H. P. McLary. W. W. lihm. Roy. Morrow: James. Wipers C. W. 1 Stephens! G. BfSchlpens. C. A. Gallat Frank Griffin. J. UGoodson.
\ :;Qothraa;W. )(. Carl_ E. .... i MeGirt X'X 0 McDonald J.i.iMcKlnley. McCariey Dan. l lPortet' Young V. F. A. Sherman..John T.
A P.
Gore. W. H.
:t;,;. :QlS4w40D.'C.j 1 Campbell.ll.-Thos. J. !I R. C. C. McKenna TtI L P. J. W. C. DISTRICT. No. S.fir. Scott. E. H. Sands Harry. Graham. E. A. Grlgsby..A. C. i
9-''''': :;tkatda.'Doha M. Chase; h. ILo McLaren;.W. J. McKenny. J.%. Pit IT*. Chas. W. tjWsvww. JJwM! an. N. C. Brlce. J. J. Stockton a O. Bkeiner. F. b. _
: ,Osed flak truk. CartlsW.J.F.' Iiai I >. N. .1, Palmer, F. W. Parker. A. JIL Hull. Geo. P. Best J. H. "Stiners. C H. Sheets A. L. Gardner F U Gulbrtfadsem. John.. ; r

',;('4,,, 'QratehAsld.J.C.Orraril Crow,, X a I, NeUon, Andretr. NlcoD. i oeoeo- I Rcr" 'sat, a H. Roberts; Ebby. Berry. Ware. Bryan F. XColhran. Sligh. H. G. Svwyer. C. M. r a

'<'I Co'I'' OBflfe. ,J.; X. I'I;feel. 'Ttt =u. Jfeel, H. Rousseau..W. (X R. Combs, J. B. j Smith John C. Stickle James. 1 (Continued on ."sUI ......) .

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k i. Undertaken! and Embalmer Monday, THE I IDEAL .* Monday, ;\

t' 13001! Avenue 0I October 24 October 24 i'

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TMC Yesterday afternoon a Mr. Clark one 12th Street Miami w
I If II :
I DAILY Ml AUIJ METROPOLIS.I of the workmen on the f, E. C. dredge, ,
I liD the bay had thumb and two aaI -

SATURDAY. OCTOBER t2. 1904.! I I sets crashed while working with the J Merchants wonder what to advertise and what to push at this time of the year I t
engine The injured member was

I ft--""', MAIL 4IEDVLE- I i I I dressed by Dr. Rush. The merchant: who knows what to sacrifice and how best to push an article, even"

Amve fro i tho 1ocJ.North jum.- I Laugh and cry with us in Ten Nights though he is losing money on the transaction, will have least cause to regret that he

.j I In a Bar Room next Friday night at the

I %:.dose for the North:55p. auditorium.Mrs. decided to cut the price to make the loss instead of carrying the ,stock over and perh ;'

*. tU S:15ja.:a. aa.wrararaw mi a M. TatDlD, who has been ps losing still more on in before it was possible to turn it into cash.

spending several week with relatives

-,. ar arar3rJ e at Bartow, Tampa, Punt Qorda Lakeland This is the secret of our low price sales.

F Kisslmmee and Orlando, will
TOWN 1OPICS. 1 2ea reach home tonight t

]' I Switchell and Mehitabl Jane :SOT ICE. XOTICtMr. k p
,J.. .Mr*., W. A.. Kth, of Homestead (la Sample Several pieces of striped mercerised 20 yards unbleached cotton 36 Inches
Ann Cartright will show yon how it is All hotels boarding bouses, chambray; several patterns SO Inches wide has been C
:?a Tlsitor In the city today. ; good quality; regular value 7e Douglas in the (,
done in Ten Nights In a Bar Room. and lhi why intend to reiurnlsb inches wide, absolutely fast colors market for tbe Jut two mourns F
i their beds or their tables ; regular I per yard. Monday for $1.00 only 20
s: 'Coming-Ten Nights, In a Bar Room, wltb linenor !intend to buy new price lie a yard. : yards to a customer strictly purclissinjr the largest merchandise line of r -

: 'Text t Friday night.?.. October 28.s Chief Engineer A. Baur. of the East curtains rrdraperies.Sri. notifirtl MONDAY'S SELLING PRICE.15c yd. ( ever brought up-to-date Miami. ro
13 Coast Hotel and Water Works System, that we will have the largest line I HATS.'I'b"f' foods will be 1..1.IDIrof
t.:| T.' A.. Wlnhld.|of Little River ..Ista came down this morning from Palm Blanket, Comfort, BedSpreads WHITE LAWN. I SAILOR now from day to dsy. Our prices i
Tabs Linen Lace Curtains -
; business. Brach to look over the Improvements 20 pieces white India; lawn, 29 Inches i Ladies' wLlte sailor hats, black silk will be right. Our ctyles will tx a s
>: the city today on 8wiu CurtainsshowsadacUrship
i ..,,: Tt < being made here by the company. He pry, ever boforr l wide; regular 8c quality; a real bar- bend lpathei 1 sweat band; regular: Price newest. YO" will gladly sbnwtliwe -
I goods to you rod invite ,
|'oJ: ;:FOUR 0i IcE BOOMS FOR az rr. will return..toDlcht to spend Sunday We will-guarantee a sav- 'gain. j:5c- yi.i-r inspection. st

.*apply, Room, ,. Hatcchett Bulldtn. with his family. log above-mentioned to you on any articles.or all of the )io m.ty'S BELLING PRICE..Be yd.I I MONDAY'S SELLING PRICE. .. .%7c. t '

: 1 Frank Kidder has returned to Miami WANTED-Lady or gentleman of I DRESS HATS.
-sad will extensively in grape- fair education to travel for a firm of striped chambray petticoats
engage One lot of ladles'
lit culture bear this dty. i j 1250,000 capital. Salary ,1.0;% per year made with circular flounce, fast colors; I trimmed hat worth m
;m $2.50, $::.00 and $3.60. handsome and
f t regular price U 50
,.ft .. :1-- and expenses: ; paid weekly. Address j stylish in their nurice-up. r

;';.See Simon Blade sling the bot staff M. PerdvaL Miami. Fla. I'' MONDAY'S SELLING PRICE....95c.1 I'
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hi Ten Nights In It Bar Room. 1 -
+. .."... ; i '' Mrs W. H. McIntyre who baa been I LINEN HAND TOWELS. I

111' and Mrs. WH.J! Pent and family spending the summer with relaUYeI'' An all linen Mod and back towel, IS EMBROIDERY. i

fat Lemoa Oty. are visiting la the etty and friends at Lake George .. I x36, hemmed-stitched or turkey red A new line of embroideries worth :
If roily: 11; New York yesterday on the steamer border worth 20c. each. from 7r to It 1-fc a yard at least 500 .

; ': : Apache and should arrive la Jackson* SPECIAL MONDAY AT $1.50 dozen. yards- Monday at 5c per yard. ,
4L'wi !rd'ea ass&' wu.aa :i& Bile Monday moraine, reaching Miami MV ?

..-,- .....i; ,- I I Children's school hose Hermadorf Bon' Mothers' Friend Waists, white ash

')(n.' A.fR JHM. W Little River are remarks ia Ten Nights in a Bar and toe; a regular-lye hose; for lOc. Sell ail over the world for T5& .

; the nation. la the city todayJ Room. I Monday; alljilies. MONDAY'S BELLING PRICE....4Sc. ,?
T i r

., ? S.s'Vancy Fr'a4: mix the drinks hi Architect Walter DeGarmo has been -

', :Ten Nlgbta la'a Bar Boom. 1' engaged to draw plans for a flne residence We guarantee to all customers on Monday a saving of 20 per cent ;on all table ,, -c

ir- t" ,"'-= MMBw' awems- I to be built between Buena Vista linen towels blankets comforts and curtai '
s "
*'1> Mr.jj' N. Lnaunn and family areov'MmkforUblyiaonlcllea and Lemon dty for Jerome T. Gratl- 't Y

; : IB their guy. proprietor of Hotel Star. Columbus '" .

.,MV home on west;Twelfth a, who will make his winter horn ,

gfe, ",' ,k:*. :_41':_ m.Ll i ilt here. ;'1.'
;" wnzplata th, .

""pIaao. 'to yott.-Bteliiway and Emerson.I .1 hare a fey Baal Bargains for the E R DOUGLAS

2' "...;.'C,"Bosk... *''..BaBord. Piano Co. Hn.TCMeker U both city and country.C. "' ,, ."
.'., :- U. urdU the Homeseeker Agent t t
oIua OJ-. registering I> from farftoekholm office 214 Avenue D, between Second Tai e11tiZ13Btreet,:F aTn1.

the and TbJrd atreeta.
f. Sweden, b among
arrtvsb her'jo make.his future'I .
,. Contractor Hahn commenced work
loge: i Ii
thl* morning Jon the new bed spring

.Joe':Morgan to the "real thine" |nNlghta and matrass factory building of Edwin : W. F. MILLER & CO, I

in a Bar Boom j Nelson oaj> : Seventh street between ,
."': Avenues E'and D. The building will {! (Suetttten M MMcawu.)
; ; I be one story :land 20x60 feet in sUe.ftwlll .
.{ .Mr;,and )i 4W1R| Canner were I '' ;;
be used;: by Mr. Nelson for the THE UNDERTAKERS I
[passengers going out last night having ,
making of bed springs ana matresses.
checked ,
; baggage through to Pa-
i i 413- 12th Street Phone 25
f II Fancy Frank fixes fresh Aces for ,

I Ic foolish friends,, Ten Nights In a Bar \-- _. t
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Room ;
rUOHTER. t by 11 FEET.Just | $)r. T. Ekagga has contracted with +

.ueU-b-s for fcse on river. App As evidence! that the winter travel F ylw. Hahn to build for him two- The ; 71LII0A., Wer.fli, c t nY
4 try automobile stable on the rear of ,
It: I a
has set In tbs P. O. S. S. Urto H I I
,., i residence lot The building willb
:. ,' receiving Urge! quantities of supplies ] ..
Work. on the foundation of the Hayes and stops in readiness for the Incre i- residence lot. The second story tit
I irUl, I be finished up for living rooms. Manufacturer
street hear the cor- -
... .on Twelfth lug demands. These supplles.onstst I ;
of Avenue D, waa commenced this mainly of provisions canned goods, '
I l 9OOC ....;wO.JJ; .M>:)OU'"
Inhe. *, I etc., and wi'l> be distributed between 4b. B. Y. P. U. will give a masquer-

". I this port and Key West. j t *4\ party next Tuesday night at theresidence Counts Not '

;;. sUck Sampl/ Switchell In Ten ---'- of Mrs. W. H. Johnston onF&irtecnth The Hudson :
hta Inm Bar Room. I FOR RF.NTj-My cottage at "Coral street to which a cordial Bicycle.
'- e Crap" on the bay in the Brlckell ham- I !Injitation b extended to all the'mem- F
The cost om machinery If it lessens sIs
";'L'tyegtai\ meeting of rile Aftarnoon mock. Furnished or unfurnished. Ai-i: I M>s of tile Union and those of the the expense of production. 1

': dub win be held at the Manse dross | yAng( people belonging to the Baptist
noon 1m Mrs Jiargaret Arnold Groom.J. congregation.ille argument apply to Built to Ride. .
dday aRe i at So'clock.! All
I housekeepers the
; buy "mschlnery" -
..nbers to attend. vl The choice of professionals because it is ]
are requested ) c to ran kitchen the
H. Hunter an old attache of the j your on
at I I I Metropolis, arrived this afternoon by ,! l I Mr. Frederick was here this least amount of time and labor; the Rest wheel made?

17OR'SALE.-L; B. P. Marine Uaaoi steamer from,:, Mexico where he has f (ek he ran a line for the drainage It'a economy. We make a specialty 1905 model,' $45.Doo't r b .

i Engine. sw.ot..delivered.; Address bees engaged;; In railroad work for I Isome shat t" which will take It north of the of kitchen furnishings, and will
-J. B. Grange, 1109 Eau Duvet island la the prairies, through a be
pleated to
time. He U going up to Jen-n supply your wants
Jacksonville Fla. iI j j0Mr. irtural channel that will drain both
to visit his mother whom be his In" along this Una. Our prices are the
), __._._ 'i1'i i 4lries completely. The big ditch laiAr lowest Throw, t Away, Your Old. Tires.
seen for seven years
:; :and Mrs: 8. Patterson are *- I a mile beyond the town limits
-aertalaUg.Mr. Patterson's'. sister. Mrs.
aafl to progressing finely.-Fort Pierce
VirginiaCarolinaChcmteal Go's
We vulcarize them and make them
Dd llttli eon, of Savaaaaa.i .,Nrw THE can
complete fertilizers are best for an good a" ncw.V C are the only It
.. ..will.. remaia here. some growing crops.' Endorsed by the best 1 1 i i RACKET STORE. I in Miami who vulcanite Tires. peon
.' to seethe betweenr farmers cverr'here. and Mrs. A. G. Deltenre, 'of Mian ;I
.JDoD't H+tf Drake Produce Co. )!, who hare been spending several Arnw D. iM-ar W. H. Cli AILLE SOX,'
Harvey:Green an| Willie Hammond Eipm Offlc*. froprldnn. '
drys with the brother of the former
it Ten Nights In a/iBar. Room. I The Hudson Co.
*, I Judge Minot 8. Jones, who has been Mr. O. J. Deltenre and family, in Ti- --- j Cycle .
I I ,
here the past three weeks disposing'of llle, left on Wednesday for St. '

./'/Yonag man married, wants"Youngi"steady the criminal docket of the Circuit'' Augustine, en route to Hot Springs, I 1005 Avenue D, Opp. VII ndorff Block Miami, Fla. fi s'1

Ithla nploymentat pau. onc|| Address. Court will leave tonight for his home Ak. They were accompanied as far Take the Big Boat. !! joocooooooooooooooboooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooYoungs

,' j In Tttusville, where on Monday mornIng .a Titnrvllle by Miss Edith Deltenre, .
_' .V..c.T1pWiI" t.1 iaer-\he beat aWNrth I he will convent the r-sslar fall wjio has spent the past six.weeks withIn I o

.. I term of the Circuit Court In Brevard them Miami.-East Coast Advo- :
I The CLYDE will make
regular trip:
'-t -s tf. Dttdke Produce Co.) county. { daily to the Beach, leaving the Stone *
._ ---- '"
Dock at 2.00 p. m., landing! at the new i iferl'1
rly ;
solid car l0e4: of kerosene on faoi Captain Stephen Bravo superintending PharmacyA
the terminal dock consigned to the the work of getting out the houseboats il' BUSINESS lOCALS. I I dock Juct north of the Jetties,:
where ia
; facility frrnlshed for
'"Standard Ofl Co. at,Key West, and win of the F. E. c. Ry. for surveyorsIn
I good bathing, and the Beach being entirely -
be taken Oft tomorrow on the steamf the keys, stated this morning that
;.Maitlnlqin. f' the Boneflsh.''the third and last of the baadqnartera fancy groccnea, traits cut off by the training wall from complete and carefully nclected utock. We buy our :hugs in

t _. present Beet to cat away, U now being ..O, at Wilson Flya-a. 7 I the treacherous current from Norris mall quantien and often su we can always have them fre b and !
and II! Cut Inlet there ia none of that undertow .- Our cu"tomer..get the benefit of this au _Vlrglnla-CaoUnal, Chemical Cot stocked with provisions preparcl I I la your sewing marhrne cat ot order!
I I which makes sea baUlJJ.c *o dsagerooa -
I braals for Special sops to leave Monday with her surveyors. A W. L. Danghtry repair It He te 'ateat Jrinka ans. '
l brats Produce Ca I It' and crews. This. of course. If the 1zi a 'ow. lOOSATeaaeaf
No channels to follow
going over; sol
:. 1 weather la favorable. While not definitely
;:;'IfrJT.Msher'of; ; the; local freight stated it 1s said that this boat MIAMI CON8ZSTATOBT OT XT long walk after yon et there and : : : jrotn.g4intit : : : ,
force, left last Bight tor St. A- ud crew will engage U taking sound I
DIRECTOR: 228 TWELFTH: 8TBXET 'ONLY 25 CENTS FOR THE at the soda fountain. Special creams and sherbets
ti i where _e win be Initiated $Otugs I and making plat work of the various i
Order of Railroad Trainmen at''a, channels! between the numerous afternoon and evenidg We .want your patronage and will t'
ilONKT .'.. '
TO LOAN-Appty t* Dad I always endeavor to nee that TCI 1'ie, best in our lice,,
: t-.i ke-s and across which bridge nat be
: County Beemrtty Co, M. T. mown ot
,& I order '
.=.r "' built la to extend the road to
.L ij B. Shaw, 4D Twelfth atrosCrfeedlai PcnouI AttCMsM AI;'K 0. T.. Den]IWO f post '
to roar. Btijthbor who.has. used Key Watt The report with map win I KJk t

.".Tip. Top, bafow'.baytag your.f be submitted .both to the r. K. C. Ry.offidala for all Wada of aWing ma- twa.. 6t1 preaaiptiaea W. .E. YOUNGS :: .
-,', *R"- -|' at St Angnatine sad the'gorertmeat Av.-4D; TAKE THE BIG BOAT j I

: Drake Proftoee. Co.:!i anthorittea Washlngtoa.f .

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THElCOLORElTPEOPU 1 Was Cut to Keilly.. B. Koberds, A f 1flr1ijWorld's :

I LEU AND Bobbins J. A. Ros. A. H .
e Suited
i from fourth page.) Ruffing, Robert Ross, E. H

4e': Hoaday Don't forget arumoon.g the .mothers'I m as a result we i H H Hoehr. Cn Raulerson.Radabaugh,<.1.>.H.J. Riles.Robertson D. T. Fair Route ;

s ____ i iRtv. ,
I now working I .. S. Rooney, C. Ross, John
W. Hill \ ::
+ $. B. Williams buslneutr wail up i HEN TAILORS I A. Holuito, J!:. F. Kountree, Sam. Rellly, Wm. Line to St. Louis 1 .
Wednesday on
: ray on Root F. A. Rhodes R. "
W L. t:
D. Higgins
I to keep ahead : R. H. Romfh, E. B.Rlcker. Raulerson, Superb dining car service '
J. Hull w
Rer. ft.} J. Taylor is ex I ,
from the road ; orders. All this W. F. Hawkins, J. U J. J. Russell Lee.Rutherford _
night uo!
I Hall, G. W. V. A. kitty, E. JRomfh going and
E. returning:
\: brought about ,
I Rabb, E. V.Rodgen E. <: t
r N.zt Monday Is election P. C. Hlndon. G. W.
t ready an.l tote i, satisfaction which. Hookt. J. C. J, tRiles. S. tRutter. Atlanta Knonille Louisville Asheiille vat =
I I' Rhodes H K. Fred I .
: our work. !, L. Hinton. Ben Burke :
Monday night will be i I I, R. Hamilton, H. T. Rupe, \\ H. Robinson ;J and North !*"
I principal Carolina Mountain
I Resorts
; : ing of I.'O. G. and D. of S.I + George. Howard E. K. Ray burn, S B. Russell, M. _

A, a at Jackion's, Hall ta 7 o'c ock.Nessra. I) I, A. E. Harney, W. W Rodgers, W. J. Roberts I High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the world,) Famoa_ tr.;,
V i I, I >Ir. R. Howard: L. M. Ramea, M. M. Romfh. Geo Region Lexington and LouUulle. _'
O. Jenkins and 'B make Pants to AH.lnlao, W. B. Kush. \\ B. Richards, A. I
I' J. BSteaven.x relining chair car. and high class day co:: :!then. Througka
both'of D. Roster L. F. Rogers ,
as, [ from sleeping cars Jacksonville to St.
later measure :: Loui-
'y.'e city on}-esterdlt). The T. J. Hatfield, L. 1<:. S
*, rate, etc., funtUhed
5 Mrs. Laura Stephens on AHinkson, Ernest S. ri. Steinhauser Cheerfully upon applKa'.i i
t _____ : I Hell W. V-:. bingletuu.ash. Stidley, R. J. C. Lusk, District Passenger Agl"n.t. ':t.'

The nbjert for discussion In W. D Hetherington M. F Sen ell. E. G. Smith, J. A. ioS W. Bay St. )Jacksonville.. Flaff
eracy fpr next Friday night wll D. K. Hoyle R. F. I I Sevell, John Stanton, W. ---
zY. Influence of the Press upou Suitas R. H. HeasUnan, Wm. Sanders: W. H. Smith Jul::
> 'x led by.Rer Pickens i a Catchy William. Hicks,.Patln.Huntington Smith. J. B. Sv.t't'lloC. J. ooooooo

I low as I F. B. U. P. Swan C. S. Sf') I,ol.1.
;: Presiding elderV.. C. }yester I K Hunt H. SHaven Smith, R. M. Safford, L. AND PROPERTY, OWNERS
r petted to!' preach at Harris J. T. F. B. Savage, O. E Saunders, \
qn M. E. Zion tomorrow all''day. I E. Hahn C. 11. 11903. Splen, W. fi Stewart, J. help If you rou.don't If want you du to, come::SAVE to MONEY.: "'C can't 4 -

hold his quarter also. All: are J. W. Herring. Richard. Singleton J. W. Saw tell J.
to attend these services. i ii XV. Howell, W. L. Schneidman, S. Sulzner: R. '
J. O Hoffman, H. I- Scott John ASl'ch, W. E.Sharpley The j. A. MCDONALD co.

All ire cordially Invited to S. C. (1903). Smith, Charles t A.
Admission !5 tra. C F. Collins, manager the money you paid for Savage T. E. Schmerl. W.
; I Long Leaf Yellow ;;
f that you are Uadly treated J Simmons, D. F. beholder, E.
also that yon get a romf & I A. J. Johnston. H. Sikes, W. W.Shackelford Sturgis. J. Pine Training ui
.X 1t I' AJohnson, A1'. W. SUlley. O. H.Swtndal. at S16 per M. *\
to First National
e Mr..:So J. Hurd is making .' Johnson. W. B. Siliner C. C. J.
y" eC repairs 'IB the house 1. M. Jr. Johnson, C. i). L. Stroble, R. Sabate. S.
; )fear( Coffer and Mclntoah AJohnaDn, L. I H. Savage R. B. Sapp. O. L. $ same price. We also sell Lime, Brick [4 kinds!: M

c taaraJit, whlc. will make it Magic City L. K. Jones; E. H. Sutton B. Shackelford. Sash Doors Mouldings! and, whatever else a'
eonvthiktd i i Jackson. A. i3. Smith Guild Shackelton. requires at lowest possible figure.
: I ...
J. .. Jones J. J. Spang. J. F. Smith. & ,
.i- t ,.Mrt Sophie OTJell. at g' E. Johnson \V. H. i. Stromen J. & Shackelford. .
ry Beaeh; aad little daughter & W. N. Jackson. T. W. Smith, John. Shall H. 1C tnoi Where We Are 44th Street Miami "Fit.

e* Thursday Bight She A.- BUTLER-, Mt U.p'ropJetor. Wm. Jones, B. D. Skaggs P. T. Sands, Bu ,
bostoea some where OB ET Jennings J. : Sander, J. T, Stroebele, _
a Terr abort time. r! i I : Clarence. Johnson, '3. H. I Smith W. J.. Jr. Smith, R. B. itK
*L ,. B. Smith J. W. Bnell O. aSnellgrove. Grossman
P. c. A. Groeamaa.
.ItKGeter Walker who run Patent Mdidfles.,/ K Seymour, R H. Kemp A. A. Goodman, J. D. Gra,.. B,'HlIaJ'i.'t W. r ff;
pit mtanrant ta the! crty a Snlries.1;:Ptrf E. C. Kitchell W. C. Sebley, A. B., Stowers, B. D. Kosel. Fred.L. Gould.UB.Hardin. oJt
: tea rnaoiaf-pool table > til Stationers> f K. Keller Artl nr. fetoneman, F.::1:. Stanton. A. ran, aw.Hataoa. ; t .

t+ p eti wu. ha dtoeootlnued: the Store)'Colored: M. K. Kline, Frank Singleton, I. 8. Suber. John Lang. A. F. Harrison H. H. J. J. .:.
61 L .-bleu' crwlag'to' !' 'I'nccnse !'going a., ATX a AID PXDll,-. <$ I Kemper. W. u. Sutton. Gaston P. Seales, J. B. W. ALudlum, H. Harley D. E.Jaudon. Hughes,D I. CUOS
r ,Ill: maybe :t U far the) T L. Kopp r. A. Shaw H. a Sawin, O. D. '. Laesch Ernest. P. B.Kntehton. Jenkins. P. U7 "
: .
+ *?\ i i hUb S..pl8e'N.. was #introduced, and: J Knoch, Th't Smith, Chaa. V. Walter. Y. K. Kc.eOeorl'! 'WrKrome "<
r -' m Rooserelt Fairbanks' ..I I .. lnherv1ial| *ii j Kelly, J. T. T =.!. Key J. M.Kennedy. V.J. .. ..
the ticket oa { el L, t
toprkctlot : and was accort Tuttle H. E. Taylor J. H.i M. Martin Y. K. A. J.Llndjren. ; crt
,. .' Er ert Veglst rd TOterjl[ Literary. paaaei I nother .. A. C. Leslie W. L. I Taylor R. R; Tompkins. Morley C. ..... I John.- Lojrdea c..* I t:
," = ..but %t '1:30 o'clock. [You I I. ". I ff' B. LaSalle, A- L. i Totters, Gilbert Thagard. Z. E. C. Morrow B. &. UcMInn. C. C. Marsh B..Lk ; ;
.k ; "abooj, two ( eeb to prepare Layton C. R. Tompkins J. B. Tatum, S. > U. Mather. T. W. Mann E.UNorwood MlH r.H.D.. :.
V Da&'i let thi* Dportunltiy pas wenty-thfe girl* J. !: Larsoij.: William. U T. &
,' -.I'r | are !;.j l. Thompson, J. M. Thompson Me. I ? Nixon. R.1, "
i !i< \ ._1. In Jf| C. R-. Sr. Olmstead, J.Hummer. ; 11
eien boy : Layton
{ j G. L.
.! \ Turnage, J. I L Townsend McComb, D. W. ,
... :i *'* Master !.':recce Olr..r, | I room bus week:' Lummus, T. KLultrell. Tucker O. D, Tucker. J. H."t' P. I Chas T. Proctor. H. JLPoland. '7 '11

r ',''::1 ;,A,.H Glover who U ,) fifty. They.a4- | fl1"i E. B f. A, 8. Tatum J. H : Arthur. ParlJn B. A..
Perry, C. H.
J &_if. ''factory of 'the'Miami Bottling: "I ', she reportiC it, the. ". A. C. Lapbam, D, Tatum, B. B,; Tucker T. J. Peacock Jackson P Pierce, R F. Padgett, E ;,K
,1..'. ')) II$Tery"1ln5n8trlonsjtoy. i. to be ahead & the D. LilY Henry (]903) Thompson, H. T. Taylor R. C. J. Pent John. Pope W. M. ? s
.. .';-r t", gJT* ntir .salsfaction. r The following Oxide B. I. Lyon Wm. U903). J. W. Tucker E. ) Roberts, D. U.
's"= R. A. S. Peacock. Charles
''':, r-i<- \;'ilrR ;Sattisdiy f| lnts j 0otorde hte best mark* 'wfr reek' : A. Lassiter, E. J. Thurbers, R] P.Ullendorff. Tracy, W. A.U Potter. H. S. Smith. A. J. it Sjostrom. ]t >3. ;
.. '- HQUIe.. 't I William; :Ab&; )\ A. ... Lassiter, H I''. Snell L. N. 1Tim. F.y;
J r .. '..'1&11'1". .I Eddie Herem| fclmore 1. ALopez, P. U. Ewan. pent John S. .. J. H. __ '
I Peacock. Harry.
i e:.Sant ;Coast tb>met i Alexander Wateel; J. J. Loder, Robert P. Umstead. L. Vinson. U J. H. a
", : .. night for the Basic V Tave. Perry. G. W. J. R.
; ; Ieatomorrpw Holmefijjmade 1 j; W. Walker Woodbury, J. f.;; of at-JacksbnvUle "which begins \| rery good +.,-kl In M Vereen, J. C M. Perry. A. J. .W1u.t U r .
.'Ji' I L. Perry Walker J. I'
'.'-"iT 4Tbes.;:. boy ai Udpate Gus QrlfflnJ jktei Elijah. Mattox. G. W.Manning. Vand Ire, C. C. DISTRICT No. It ;
YY ... ttn*i Mr. Archie Roblnnon. Engllsh;<|riyl M. 'r. L. C. W Beverly. Potter A. Arnold C. C. (190:). ott-
E. "
, '\- leader:, deserves mnci, credit are,Ous Grlffli.EAlx; Dr i Warren. Moore W. M. Wlllbourn, :H. Wilson, W. W. B. Balsmore. J.. M.... .t.:
,.c .'!" "; able. work: ,.' and biaillda I E. Mathews W. S. A'llson. C. .*. Wilkerson, R. Coley J. J. : : ,
-' >; -'I! ; LJ r is better !uroughcut .I C. Moody Fr !d. Walberton. Wm. Wilson A. Geo. HKamsey, J. A. Ely L. J. ':{ ,

; \f sparring contestj!!! 'will I( 'III'A' ; ,' Mulcohy. M. J. Wlltse, James T. Woods, W. H. Richardson C. O. Gelger. Robert Grlffln. L. \\". ) .' -,
K. .. t JIk! OD'I; Hall Monday night It R. Maynard. W. C. Willis. AWhite, E. B. F. Ross, F. Home, J. R. Hampton.'Bill. J JHardee r.HoIleT.
...t'1; 24j; >elween ri o. A. asden,, I i I I LOVE LETTfcR. R. J. Murdoch. N. M. I, Weaver A B. W<on1'. J. L. Raulerson, Jake G. J. C. ,.A. W.-"

,.l *j 'wetgh't( boxer of Qiitman, I t I -I I'tI B. (1902).Moore, W. b. I I Wallace, G, JValtera.. J. : Wm. T. Howard W. H. ; 4
. r f ,Jai Frazier. of Brunswick. I I I not Interest yon II >I If D. Miller R. A. Wharton. F. H. Worley E. \ S. Jenkins, B. F. Johnson J.; I*;}
'l.;," ? ,fortoerweighs '1M and the for a guaranteed salve I S. Moody. M. \\'. I Wilson R. 8 wan T. A. J. Simmons, A. R. Qulmby Frank. > : "-
# Jdr| x.. M'ht'0 and James or piles] Otto : A Morgan, A. '1'. White J. n.Wrtght Williams K. Sanders A. W. Hanson J. J. Rlckards,' J.' C. }!jIUckaniB.

/f;'. -.. ; 'enter the rinit at 8 o'clock. Mo. writes: fl; rnilered Jo*. Mooney, John. I J. A. Watson, W. J. M. Spiers, I. D. T. M. Richard,T. '=., C
;" ;. test conies off at 8&K sore for a year,,but a I Marks, J. P. White H.Woodworth. I Wilkinson. D. Schneider, G. F. Sullivan G. W. Smook, C. O. fS ..: '1
---:- Arnica Sahve ired\ me. C E. Marsh, J. D. I I I J. F. Wester< imp H. H. Saxon. J. F. trot hers' T.:T: .!..
; + :t 8.The mothers' meeting I salve on ..rt ".-) t5c at all -., Mercler, G. J. I I Worley, J. I*. Wilson J. T. I Scott. C. B. ((1903). Smook. Sylre -
.. Monday afternoon at-O o'clocl A.Ioncb., : L. I II Watson, C-tas. lJ.. Wheeler G. A. Thompson, G. W. I Stacy. A. J. !=caves. H. B.'a r
., _" .' residence of Mrs Francis J. i I f i1 i'I I John, Mills E. C. I I Wilson J. 1. Wetzel. C. I R. H. Thompson. J. S. Smoke C. G. Slatrunk. W. H.' 3

., g .Third,, street Every woman i. Little, of KetIJone* 3 i: Mllam. M A. I I Watts M. P. Wiggins S. T. A. Toms, John P. Thomas E. A. Tlndall.T.411lams "*
,for the saving of homes and I Itt County Ta| to'llector' | B. F. Montgomery, E. S. Walker. Geda.Villiams, R. H. b \\ W P. I{ i

'should be cut In pe !' one of the httm | C. J. MUIs. R. L. I Whitnall. R. H. Wayt A. B. W. I *CURES CHILL3 AND +
.Don't. fall to be out.) Sacrifice in D. Murfitt G. W. Whitney, JohnWetherford. I ,a
1| will be entereA the I t 1 I J. W. Ward Wilks.
'one'l hour to do goo/ Any a Fair. This'I{ i piece of t V. Wilson. DISTRICT No. It ;1
w* can give, will taj given : the famous '! Me Wagner G. )D. (1903)).. I John. G. W. Wnrt. Xacogodo':hes, T'

\, E. )MeTimac ;Snfcfc went J. AJoIcCro y, J. A. WlKRington. A. M ((1903). C. Benson, Swan, I says: "His: daughter hiJ chllla' and
a Mrs. Eugene E. )herndon at before the ,jlonitor R. M. McMuller, E. C. X W. F. Crafts, W. F. fever for three yean; he could not,'
,liner and her lIuleldaugbter' tight: at Hampton i| <>n. f T. MrCMellan, F. B. Ximanles, C. L. Xlmanies, A. Clyatt. R. A.DuTal I i anythng that would help tier tlU".
vPa tka this rooming to be '" relic+of ,the : L., J. McK..non. G. A. I Xlmanles. J. C. M T. used Herbine. His wife wlli not
--s :lejf days where they will : Important, Bra fight f MiCowan. 1... T. I y W. J. A- T.Fuzzard. house without It, and cannot
'selves with relatel" and i:j will be entfred/; as an I T \\'. McLondon. C. E. Youngs (i F'. Youngs, W. M. M. mush for t" We Sold by Red
hive been down smith for .. ', South Florida' Fair.- ) 1. !. \irCourtney, M. F. I DISTRICT No. 11. George. Erwin. H. M. I Pharmacy !.ss '

v years. ,Mr. J. A. bell, a J | : 'I : / \\ H. Mc.MulVn, A. K. I Albury., W. F. Alhury, W. Bert William t I t-<::
'. trjous young man ,jaCNIDVotnl } j \'. H. \t"Cr.mmoo D. F. Albury.) W. L.. Archer W. I A. .'Itch, H. AJr.. State of Florida County of Dadej I:
'to the train( u a we; (-wisher ii:I } !. OFJA"! R l.lltKtnzie, J. B. I' Adams H.i| I D. I Chancery. : }iCI
that nothing will prevent f:. B. B. I' C. U Jeffords, S. L. To H. L. Cook:

enjoying themselves. I Jno. S. Coxltbf l Wake. I N I Brooks, A. E. Burtaxhaw. I I E. H. i You are hereby notified that a
t i' -+- "For twelve Itpears I Ed'Xol.le.. J.nIMl, I Bogg: +. A. A. Burtanhaw, H. Loyde. C. C. i of garnishment has been Issued a l

fY- (, |At .Nrw ML Ziooj Baptist I Jsundie I !I I j I I Pef r.hhf1T8OII. I. )1. Bailey. B. M. BurtaHhaw, i G. H. Mann, John H. t you and your property. attached. to'iIsfy 'I
tomorrow of band T. i' :--PPI.: W. P. I Franklin C .' .
there wm be a phyaIel4s Bush. Brown : e W. Maull. Homer, the demand of L. P.
Tvhe; pastor and are medicinesjlnii' /;got no ) A t'O HrHford.; Archie J. B. )laulJ, J. C. amounting to $13740. Now nnles*')
tp remodel th? church edifice. began the ass. i of 'j I! C : .. R. Finder A. shall appear before the Hon.. A f'. wi
plete It will, cost about! 12.000. feel that I''am 0- now, Unborn L. 4 ; I'arney. R. farter. A, i G. H Peters T. J. I Heyser Judge of said court, 'ath, ",
1:- ;f come out and help a good cam. Some i .llsease that had me'In I jits : "'L.. I. fnc ti I. J. C. I Carey. J, W. Coleruan I John F. Richmond. S. H. I court house la Miami on the 5th day|'>

- :radii the, ablest ministers will be d4w' j twelve )"ear ." If $tOn want : E. Uaro"? .. :V. i I Comn, Lonnif L. Coats. i John W. Roberts William. i December A. D. 1904. judgment .
- :with' us. There irlll be preaching at ;, able medicine for jtjvef and P I, fondey. A. W'D. --: M. M. Hcrjlenon. W. E, I be rendered against! you. j: ?
;ilo'clork, 3 o'clocl:} and S o'clortij The trouble stomach seeder, ot K N. Peerre,.G. M. i I G. G Sl vln. John. I Dated the 15th day of August 1;
{iiolr will furnish excellent music for debility, get If'* .Jobn. Pa'lt"O. f'red. I i Uean D. C. Dearborn btephenr J. T 1D04.
? ,the occasion The pastor desires all inteed by all dmrt'!t.Ivl! > 5iac.n. : ':amf'8. 1-ctt.s. J. H. horse) P. H. Dearborn I A. Smith H. W. L.P.I Setrant
ly1i.) 4 nembcn and trieAds to assist la this annual m *{|nsjof I the 21 1. Pope, W. \1. E. I D. I Robt. R. Taylor. I

..fitI !ally for Col's church. I Cemetery AsfociatldH;, will' be H. Porter. C. 8. I Kuan. J. W. Ellis J. M. I E. G. Tweedell. W J. Attorney for Plaintiff.
if | the school anditofi{ In i on W Pollard, R. \\'. F. i Turner, C. J. I 11 f fI

-T--: ,: .| The literary met last night ta the (:October %OUt, at 713: p.| All a. M. f tel1lOD. Wm. P. Frow, J. T. Frow. I W. C. CURES CHILLS ANT )" \ .{:
jf School a* cas announced.. It maf> wei' : ben of the association mud all S. H. Porter, Engcne I F row, Joseph B. Fay, P. L. i H. ,.. R
fattended and penona seemed ;'mach :: Interest an most earnestly I W Pratt, Chili. U. G. DISTRICT !fo. IX I G. W. Wrlrt. Nacogodoches. T
interested IB the jwork. The following I Ito i attend, a* thewj ;Win; be an f'. IJ. Price, T. A. I Green. Charles A. Gaunt E. I H. D. Albert Anderson My: "His daughter bad
:#eid treading: Mra. J. M, Wlthr of offlrtn and othtrt Important .J. Padgett at 1. 1 Galloway, J. W. Greenwood H. Boaz. C. o. I fever for three yean; t* eonld;:
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r. '+rspoon- Recitation Prof. Bothune.i ines*. Even body comi Dont !! Paul G. Palmer, W. U. H. M. Brown F. M. flnd anything that would help" her"lhe
+ time and'plaa6tburday;! j f Milton.: Phelaa. W. J. Hardee T. J.HlnaooilJohn. Hinton. J. I :
4 e i general discussion was led by Mr. the J. S. Chandler W A. 1 used Herbtne. HU wife wit!
rJ tat' 7:30 o'clock-alfhe.School; D. ''oppell.! S. I.Johnsoii. Hardle. A. ,
F W. Witherspoon. who led it very i i H. F. l' mi keep house without It. apt! cannot 1
"?ably.foltowei by Mra. Lottie Ht tortum A. E. Heraerf q J. i W. too rench.for It Me. &old.I. ,'
: Stephen*"and tteWPkkena.- KU'Ea1oe.-.ereWJ _.., f.t. 1 I R. M., -- J. T. Johns W. Otto. J[Cross Phanaaey. ..' ., .

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::i 3 29, 1904. -iir a I ; .WatfHes.Eit: for;f f.Ki g. '. ., '

I I ON---ryMILLION .--... -.'. V" _. _-_- .-).. *>a ....''- .'. t "" ............ .. .

,,Mr-; DaIl1IOt.Eut.*x. I pd.* l'0"1a&A4\\,'. I I! I -a t I r I '

7. L. Jack.rue-J1&: so8rf ; If wear watches will ''AJ
low JaeaauovU1. **** kj | -4" you you always
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10 4p LTjuDp.Ua. Icy
tjlvin Je..p
.uall ".!..... ...--- -KB.. .. ... lor w-u..I.iL ." _. .. ... ky I 7Ar be on time.
('o a >la. 4- 11"- Kj I 11.| eon ArMt uU, :. Ar Ckartocu ... Ho.& _WHo. a Ar Home, U.. .. ". bu ky 7 fir j
Jf i Ar Gr..m-born i., .. .. K 11( 1;!Op! Ar Dalton oa4r 80 Ky 7 sixt
11 AT l.."....... As p" So. Kt I II ChMltaiKM Y *.Trub tv Itf I 9 iFtl Dollars are being spent in privateand One of the best
,j, MLulu .... Kr as/Ip/ time-pieces made and
'1, Ar CfadauanOblo Q&CI_I_1 4f t .
s72p in
Ar Richmond ; Bj public enterprises ; 'i r, our price for st is
s- 1 f.v'l.| 0 .. 811 Four ew i $'t
t ., : ... w.K ArfnlTtt": ill .. ... Blif Foor I. '
.r& 'OKJabUrr ) .p ,
w 'Archarl.ttr.rllltl -11- 80. hv I I slop Lv (Yn.', o Pie. a : '
.r "....IUI<"'" Jwu Hy': wSi* .%rlitka,n.Itt h.Lir. I Miami ; $1.50. Y
..n Ar JIaIttaor. 4 ...... P H" I. Ii* p L, On muni*.tl ._ 1.: II i 1) UpI Vigorous 3. .
Ar r-toltal'liibU J K Kl I 34U .r II I C 11 i 1. I
Ky Ar Nyw Yoi t ;_ KK "MM I 'i
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": Dally 2( 711 ru.1..-\\11, i>.._'A.Io,1II 1 .vlor..ta 1..1.1 Li.w.I.: ('.r. Ar pNr./t M ,'.......... W )e')...... t. ....I......U. 1..esF" 1
_. .=:' -.p' = \r P1 nclltna"t.bura!,!roArOlfr. RiR Four: I men working on Miami Harbor. The gigantic i ii i
";,1. 1'U'OII6b TheL4lid i.t" !kr." "0" O K.R. F or HI '
.(- I.- 'I.r7I..tOtl I.I..I.',Ii) Mu:RT i : dredge can be heard day and night as it works its Ladie 18-..ize nickle. open-ace $.5.t. ;

.'.r''. ...>Jacluaurlllc......v..Dh. lia.E,.(M !"""-o.. KJHo K> I I t.4.'p r.. Ar I L'u lrv.llr.. Ii' !t3n ViR.R.rAAbeYil..N.C I 77 way out of the famous Biscayne Bay to the great \ Ladies .silver open case 5.00
Ju" .......blaa i C. f.. .. .. Nyt 1't'V."n: !..1 nlh-. Ml* ..:_- Ladie'size gold\ filled hunting case 10.00 }
..iI .- .. .. So. K I ''\--**Ib". F")r"I..I.lmlt.o1" D-Hy "o54 Atlantic. ; Ib-oize gold filled I5.n '1+ '
I.. Ar Hut Kprlao.' M.' C ._ .. !I<. Ky Alp ...tih..I.-cI/ ) '...In. thr"i lIb .<.u-hr.and Hullnain f.
,'Ar"_UIe. Tenn... ...'. ,.... Rf I (u M ".......,.11111 t....... trw 1'nrt. 0-Mze: gold filled 15.11(1 >
_,.''.Ar Ar L.W1.HUC L1.oo""ii. 4"... !ben'\ft. Rr!1:) ; f.Vfa ryv ---f- THERE IS NO CITY IN THE SOUTH 'THAT HAS HALF SO BRIGHT The greatest bargain ever offered. One 1 1-16 ct. blue white diamond IfJ' t_
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AI, Ij* cl L IL xJ1btJ for only 165.00..
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10. 311-1..1) P .11..n .
feaflet BlMFplair k Car bc'..r.n"Dari"'jni Ilia a nd J.i-k invil .
; ** Umt _. :. _, __ : I v Jr.uii. OHr 11 o Ky ,
r I .
',. ) ....... :" !10 R" i 3r CITY! -
""LO",i s- ; I, Al A'i Al'anta.i Au...-..'.,Ala H. ."..o.. Icy H1 9b 6c"fff' I
t'f'.. World's Fair Motets To A l HlrmlncHam. Ala tin Ky. UY THE TIME HAS COME FOR YOU TO INVEST YOUR !
; : Hinson House
.:. i ArlerWphlrrrnn Frlv.. aeM x
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si,. Louts How on Sale V M.I. : ;: I irjtLI ""':'k IJ!! I

"K M r :Nu liTii... Florida Limit d." Newly Furnlched. In new location. Rates .I .&0 per day
,-'. .' Look at These 1 1Lots SPECIAL BY WEEK. 331 14th St.. Miami. Florld r
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Sc,'. r< FrewSrs 1 kMkYlrr.blaatwMr41....I 1'Y.n.W., ':"'"i mi From; m....CII.UAIW ijn.f I -'. I-rinriJa' Unlit"" ." 9:1.: A m. CsY
1i.;. i. from K.n..-.Olty. M-tn ihu B r ".II"I' n.-I' -"FI..rlda Lnmlt-l." a r... ..... tfroa i lie< in what will be In a few years the fashionable quarter of Miami, +
." Ir. eirSt }.. 'tl'., i.a-l. I TI '. lJ ",.I' 'i.JS'*.I"
'i! : 010..1.10"1"/ iioj-uu J J.!<.
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.; ,. Bound Tnp summer.TOUlut Tickets now on:!ale. j: | f I 5 5tF
iii.j A three-room house near the center of the city for 12,000.00( This prop- I Come and See Us n
!fl. C- LU3K Uutriet P.tsjiafdr; Ajaat, 103 W. -Biy St .Jacks ville.
....' erty consists of 2% lots and has a number of bearing fruit trees. I Ii
r'Ii I C. H. ACKE6T. 0- It |, W.H.TAYLOK.G.P.A. ft i

s H.HrVaDWfiig. P. T. K. ;I BBOJKS( MOR AN.: A, 0P-. ATE i One C-nram house and lot, 4180000. ;i I Opposite the Postoffice.
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One fi-room bouse and lot t2.SOO.00.
Dj, 'I'I One large residence (new) which rented last year for $700.00, for four Full Line of Hardware '

,month ''I for sale at $7,600.00. -
Air Litis ft I I SASHDOORS NEW AND ; t
Railway and

.:>i'{ ( ." FOR., I it I I One :20! acre orange and grapefruit grove (hearing) for $3,500.00. COMPLMEPrices : FarmingImplemen l A ,.

t Pin Sixty acres, one-half planted la citrus fruits! all bel 'lng. PAINTS
:flSavanaahi, ,CoIumbia Camden Southern >s. Low I S ;' r
,, S0-arr orange and grapefruit grore. are
Riihrmaa! Wa Winston ]Baltiniorcf 1 : ,
J f- 50-aem of good ridge land $20.00 per acre. . ..

; Philadelphia. New York. jj One ct the greatest Inyestments ever offered which consists of a bearing

.\:'" $Two Elegant 1 Trains Daily. j it|I orange and grape fruit grore pineapples, and tropical frnlta. This would J. W. WATSONHOEFER'S :

I 1 make an Ideal country home. Investigate .
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mal\ J 1 ;',:
I A 42-aere pinery for $1.500.00! +

I Modern p/timu/ } l>|iiinm*"it.orriY On Plliotft' Key and Key Largo we hare property which .Is low In price l

t btt will greatly Increase la value la the very near future.
f. Let as tell you about ItSPIERS .; _

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.,."Tpr: full inform ten ..>J .le4ixr r''"'v ,.ion... call on 411) agent! of tbc & Ask yourneighbors HOEFER'S- ,
't'', : |" Seaboard, u, .t'* ;: | about ;

)ro. .:Mi j .rflrJL i Ani _i. "Tr4F: JioiujfillVFlifiJr. ; Real Estate 'and Insurance Agents.Box.177 EREADHOEFER'S '

.;_. .. :&.-.l:-i, IoCOVlT J .. Pare spit f Jt| {, or UOOH Avenae D. BREAD Never sours
dries =
K1.ufr. FLORIDA IS outs xo

.- n elimsts.. or the East Gout of Florida. .. Cents
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r.; '0 H STILLEY MEATS POl1.TRVIASD EGGS. O And Cakes are the Best4.We ArVtV

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::1' Ornouitf PLAIN HER METHODS. VOICES TESTED FREE.FRANKLIN Derau ;e It U superior all others. ",'t; f,

'1". We aro selling them, too, because i' ;:'
: COLEMAN ,BUSH. & our price and terms are easy. If you t t "'.'

t Ii 's f t = want a good machine! M us tell you ",i!} -
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r. r' i "Our little daughter hpJ an almost] To whom It may concern: k ? ** "

:'ft.;:? .f/ fatal attack of whooping cough and To comply with the Rules and Regulations Tvj..of. ;.

f tl I bronehlUa." writes Mn. W. K. Hartland of the State 'Board of Health iA f.f.- .ji.

., u. of Armonk, N. Y., but when another regarding transportation of the human '"": {, ..

Il: ; 3. A remedies failed we saved her lift dead, which rules were adopted by the ii7./.: ;:

l," '" with Dr. King's New Discovery. Our said Board In annual session February machine shop his been added to 1
;$; OMUP i.y Pla.. ls fl-t-'
.i 9. 1904 an examination of applicantsfor our large establishment to satisfy the 4-
-" Cbna.. ar..N tali TgdaII lass, of Oe aotry W advanced
'trti license r"
i I to practice the art of embalming demand for a first class repair shop
:' r<; KTEB, Lift WOKTH tW BKaIsileaiBs $lZ7se jaedidne and today she Is perfect the human dead for transportation for AUTOMOBILES and GAS ENGINES '

-.t.... suatiirf bs .la Ills well. Desperate throat and lung diseases In and without the State ol and that department Is In d ,:,

;<"0,.." 4 ioxn ;BAST COAST;sinwiT.nay a yield to Dr. King's New Discovery Florida will be hold at the office of the chance of skilled machinists. We are 4 b a

'.-t" F, U to no other medicine on earth. State Board of Health, Jacksonville.Fla. at your service.LOFTON. +s

,, r.'t Infallible for coughs anil colds. We Wednesday. October 26th. A. D.,

j and $1.00 bottles guaranteed by all 1904.. at 10 o'clock I A. M. The Stair --
"Jtljr druggists. Trial bottles ,""-. i Health Officer the bacteHoloBlst of the
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State Board of Health and the pres .

S"tt':..:' JAPANESE POLITENESS. i I dent of the State Embaimers' Assocla Successors to Lofton A Johnson. Opposite Post O3re. Miami Fla

,j tlon have been appointed a board to '

.;:41 '19e ef amttta w.*'.. Oust ef FtarUt"". ern' The proverbial politeness of the Jap- conduct this examination. There Is no -.
I has resulted In the development !ee attached to the [examination.JOSEPty Get Your
l+tadalltst Fhrtti ...jiUtc laftnsaUta Otoa r anese | .. .a
". ., I.L, .a.aurr, 71,P.ucrtrI1W: J lL ltii of a number of neat little customs j Y. PORTER ,
,-....a........ '"-...... .. $j One of the beat in the manner In which 1 State Health Officer ,

ft. .rot:8'l'lDo n..a. J t one hostess gets rid of an unwelcome ;
&3 m .rya1t. ,.1est. She does not hint that the timeIs NOTICE FUR PUBLICATION. I
Lt.-- TEsSchooI
about up lor his stay or that she U I

PttantIC Coast Li l t going vlsltlni soon but sets to work ,|Department of the Interior Land Office / Pb2 2

preparing a dainty luncheon which she ,, at Gainesville Fla.. September 1),
.rY, i 11 packs In a little box ties up with rib- I 1904. '
-!' tr Qnlckert time mon excellent service North. East and tsa bon and paper and hands to the guest Notice to hereby given that the folA I .x k

,A ;, : ATLANTA COAST LINE. The Famo'ts 'New York and FloridaMpedal.olM fome morning. It Isn't an Insul(. lowing-named'settler hu filed notice : Rn.; t
Fl fi :
1t tollman train: of Compartment Sleeping. Dining and Observw nXm Can !!Jth r. Its just a hint, and one that Is J:1 I'of bis Intention make final proof In
,.'! lighted 11 always taken.-New York Tribune. support of hi* claim and that said k
: r lwtrte throughout, leaves 8t Augustine dally except Sanw at
I i proof will be made EJ I uuO S
A/kfi. arrive New t before John B.ReUb'
'ri York 4:IS P. 1L following day. & I United States Commissioner
srlortda, and West Indian Limited rarrytnic Drawing-Rolm. SleijWrs and THE BEST DOCTOR.
at his once In Miami. Fla.. on October
f i ., Dtnlng Cars, leave JackaonvllW at *::0a A. II. dally arrive New Tfrk S:00I I :. xFat
k.t 29. 1904. viz. Otto Stellrecht, of Key PIERCE &HARDIE
PJCIoIIowtAI: 4&1. Rev. B. C. Horton Sulphur Springs Largo Fla.. H. E.i 1 No. 27709 for the ,
-: 'QJra aU I Florida UmKed. solid Pallmaa train of &..pera..D g aid "I bay. I I _
Texas writes. July 19th. IC19> : .I V4 of .w A. ass 5S, t 69 t, r. 40 e. He
,y:; ;Obaervaaon Can.. leave Jacksonville dally a. *:10 A. ftt. arrive Cb .:00 used in my family Ballard'f Snow Lint 1 names the following witnesses prove i.

.; ... '.P.:_K._fbliowW. I' d.' ,. This train rwrtes Bti Loals Keeper arrivingDiztotFtre ; Losl meat sad Horehound Syrup and the his continuous residence: upon and cultivation Smith's

V .1:_ r. J 3!I have proved certainly satisfactory. Th of said land vis.: Joseph A: brti N ,
1 ,4 }' leave Jacksonville 8 0P.. M. daily, earrie liniment Is th. beat we have ever wer .Finder of Key: Largo Fla.; Arthur :. rrw Ila.ttt

iiesr" ra | *, tirlvlni Chicago ':U P. M. Lost..o for headaches and pains The coogt Finder of Key: Largo Fla.; J. P. Colton i I' ,

? L:tiltq.htsasaratag1 fj syrap baa been. oar doctor for tne tar of Key Urn Redlth Plnder. .

;&:" %. titeaest Bae by roar: and esr half boars to Chleax ..,.:.... to eight yeartt Me U.W. Sold I of ].! heal..Fifci; }t'rla.i BOOK STO$[ (

&- PRCMPTLlhS" Red Croat Fsamacr. 1P.1 W..-O. ROBIXSON. Register. I i

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f"!;' .jr', 7>rasi1uacan l the murderer, eaca> \anthem "Coin* Cato Me," a>4'the pastor 1J. H f;'I'"ii'l'I! a \1.'J.i.7:' J.t; A.j-'F. .t'Jtj'>_ ...
>' .. '''' .fr'oaAJa! ma. and recaptured In.friorlda will preach on "God1 Preparation ..
.-;, .?> ;ji: few weeks'ao. ha been *." No evening serviced' Bandar < \)

.;";': .... r rttencei! to hang at Birmingham, Nvember 4,school at 9:45 a m. lUd-weck service : : A Sniffc1 1 : 1
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A A special called meeting oTthe city NOTICE. .f TO BUILDI
car n be held this afternoon at j I
A 4:30 o'clock lor the purpose of readlag s ?
and{; approving of the minutes of! Having been appointed nardlan of
2t;' the meeting beld Thursday night This the estate of Jennie at. 01 bKn: wife of I fi of Autumnis
,, j become peee ssry from the fact that I- T O ban. notice It hereby 1yen that It 10, we would like to IL-
j the city,election will be held JoIoudaY'1'I'any deed or legal instrument whatever terest you In using the QJ ..
and that it mould have executed alter this date. jt8 Dull and r
f for the'rouncil to approve the minutes I Iof i I void unless signed by me.||
: Miami Lime StoneThe
of the meeting; on the same night the S. Hi_ .. | in the
5GF meeting was held, and It U nec- j Airi
'' -fc wary Jhey shall be approved before .i EXCURSION TO JACKSONVILLE walls of a building '
z" the election. _milThe constructed of hi* stone 3' lI
OJ second annual: Traifca Carnivalwill areFire

be held la Jacks-n\ilj'{ a during the An ounce of prevention, you know, is worth a
week October K 1904, and \
beginning Proof
the Florida East C.u- $tutl'vsy had pound of cure, and if (you are a man of prudent-

authrolzed a rate of oii fare 1".11' 4; judgment, you will provide yourself with clothing!
twenty-five cents (3* UMjfemnil and practically everlastingAfter
once up, there is no of heavier weight and take no chance of catching
Tickets will be sold for alt Nui.s O tuber 1 ;
I 24 to 26 inclusive. Mt) for trains expense of repairing or ."s a Fall cold trying to get a little longer wear.out of<<. !
scheduled to arrive at JactyArtilie lc- I painting. The first cost Is
I r your thin and seedy Summer suit.
fore noon October 29, wltttffinal "lint I but little more than wood
s October 30, 1904. t% while thePermanent
The rate trom Miami wn be $11.25 I The picture represent a We are now displaying some particularly snappy'

for the round trip. j Cost popular fall winner, and has Fall styles for Men selected from the best '
J. D. ftahner.Asst to be seen to be appreciated. productions '
Oell.lfi' -. Act Lao k at tl'em suits before of Schloss Bros. & Co., the Fine Clothes' :
considering repairing repairing theliate been: picked: o\er.
,,. Makers whose
-- f. I celebrated ready-to-wear
is much less than
': :. a Awo u.1ioem8: =1t. tJ raised the 1
.. wood. The appearance is standard in Men's
I much superior to other
,,, ..*r lENT pF fiRS. UT.'A B. CART, O+r nRTROTT!: MICH.. AS )tECTOR -
,,': i" OF THE SCHOOL O"1 EXPRESSION ANt PHYSICAL, : HER material a* the You :will fifit and grace in cut, quatity i in fabric and honest workmanship in the

.".._"f'C I J.\* -WORKS LONG EXPERIENCE: AS A TEACHER EMINENTLY cm.JJ R THE Architectural Possibilities are making. Add to these the fact that you have seen nothing like these clothesandfyou !

"> ;';-MRS.GARY WILL BE PLEASED TO'MEET THOSE INTER- Unlimited.We have exclusiveness. Take these points altogether and you have a foundation?
for the fame superiority enjoyed by
: \" $ALTO? OR ADDRESS if taw the stone to any .
-.;; 122n.Sn.t. FRANKLIN' COLCMAN B hl t! tcttr.ThttStorc all*. We have turned .. ..
column and mould
N t ,"., --. ings planed Schloss Hand-Tailored rlo tI bing.
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..%.111'if" Ja11' y'8,, Who is Ypurt Walls Sidewalk crashed, and A JOCk: No.for 1 The Price Range $ l 12: 0 0
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old home at Paducan. Ky..,a few weeks been Sesle4y'f Ifs'alsy, ic- ,....&.. ".:i
on a visit oftwo months has
( Ieei es tit May fn.tcrtte :e
called home by argent business that I -t
In> ten fife!. .
needs his attention. Mr. LaSalle reports ; '
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[ visit M long as It
a pleasant
ShoJil.1N YM My tin crap ry' I
lasted and sa>a that the weather was .J'l
rtlmn 11 ear preurb tisr (
gfiYg unusually cool:sand bracing. .. SI' ..' .. f" J',., ,
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a. letter from Waveland. on the Indian

{v, Yes Madam knoll t. river stating that the storm in that Try our RED CROSS.sPE 4. .,
,. we how you feel Immediate section and R all points on GRAPEPUNcH .
a out cheap Shoes. that part of the coast was the severest PHARMACY THIS WEEK.,
that has been I experienced since 1893 The New Drlak. -
'II 't The wind blew with great violence, + +
; <: :. ;That is the; rdinary sh Ii e that is heap and the water sent so high that It was You B.idi, e. p.neapple'Fr3s, ,'

t"feet. deep in many houses ac Wave- wt7f titrea, C.Pr .u__ Claret Punch
.' '*, 'in price as well as In construction. We land and Jensen The letter i% o stated -

3 I-{ f jdo not handle that kind! Ours are cheap !Immediate that two waft vessels and are that ashore It Is on feared the

:everal members of their crews harebeen We carry:.. eI
; ,in priceypnly, quality bf material and .;- F
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3 make arC* our usual high standard. ----- 'J

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f. Handsome designsJocquards
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)5 You will add SELZ Shoes that are ": ;;;

j far! dollars+1j ''to" yourbankaccount ;. Stv'lish and durable' I I We are stlrCcss having wonderful With- C, x''.t

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and at the same our ""all patterns.Tlu'se .
.{ g.sxls are .,
5 if buy a p.'l' time 1 I"n; price. direct from the mill I -
what if' .
and lire
h l Selz Royal Blue Royal Blue' That' \\ hat the. termed Factory I Seybold's Bread.J;

Shoe. ShO 1 Selz Ual Blue, have' them made up
in one pound packages ,
n : $3.5o) Sh e is. and they will I
lei II and
f average Is made under heaifhy conditions.We ,
12 yards to each .
s.. do all by .t
mixing thlatest
pound. Price. 2.Batistes. machinery -
1 patented. .

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1'1 We han in dainty
/ Of our Homemade Drear for your 4
rlc..iL'1I1, for Shirtwaists }
.. health. That's why you should try It. J.
; f' onl I I.I which run The kind thatls pn-ferre-l
rthrough from',3 tn "L: wards by people ,!
tu the packa e: the I for miles troundWE

_ ':'r..., prices' range {rom ta
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a .'. r ''; /r.e.t opportunity JOHN SEYBOLD J?
: !' I d i you ever had if
t TOO 'don'' secure
: one' of these: bargain4. Miami. : : : ': : Florida. e.;

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{ y itl. : Miami s, Leading Furtuishers._ _4 Men.a : : BARGAIN., !JENNIE, StenoKraph M. PARRISH.and 1'ypewrlter( ,I FRED RUTTER. -

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