The Daily Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076097/00225
 Material Information
Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: December 8, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00225
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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T he, Only Paper in Southeast Florida Carrying Associated Press Dispatches. '

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V; )L. "..NO. 1 ItCnrtt WMi.SUSfultttMM.. J11AMI FLORIDA THURSDAY. DUC EMBER. 1904. ':J-::: Pricej5" Cents

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Being Cut: from Bis1 cayne Bay to the Atlantic Ocean By Three The Me- Ulster-Beck Real Estate Agency Comes !I Within One Pzge Thousands of Pounds of Choice Fish t' Exported From This Pert' :

l / I owerful Dredges. I of Smashing All, Previous Publicity Efforts-The Metropolis Daily During the Season. .

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HOW Tnt CORK I The Metropolis Is proud of Its Advertising Cent: is their fixed belkf In the valueof ,

C"IEF1 tronage which Is wit ho'W 'publicity, and their knowledge of AtSO
rR06RSSIN6 question he most liberal ever accorded when, how and where to place their AffORDEDTOUR ,

an r paper In proportion to the advertisements In Jrder to get l&e t beat

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I I II try.Today This four-page advertisement Is not
TO a 1 Florida records are brokenby only the largest aDd best ever placed AND
\ the McAllister-Beck Real Estate la Florida, but so tier as information is
Agency, who have four full pages on obtainable only one advertisement inn I
which ( be found much Interestingand regular daily has ever exceeded
BEEN CURED TO SEA. valuable IntornuiUon U to UM U and that wu five pages In the ,

C wonderful [growth and development ot Atlanta Journal aj few weeks ago by I : <<

this city! and coan"aIao some ot the chamberlain Johnson Company. H
I :: the reasons why more money r cia ta which'the Journal called editorial attention i I rI '' ,

From uaI observation and with-. As the result the continued differences made here In real estate than.ta any to the tact that It was the largest Mr. B. H. Sands, a competent and .One:jof the greatest, yet possibly th* ..
f t one would not existing In the fire departmentand other line!' They end attenOo advertisement ever placed. experienced telephone man and manager least '
out an Investigation and
)the the Inabllltjpf the city council to numerous ('properties which,they .. When a Miami real estate firm and a has accepted the management of red seriously considered

*_ know, realise, ,. or 'appreciate {I great adjust matters after a careful Investigation die and portion, of It on a ch ..tol Miami dally paper come this Dear the Miami Telephone. and with ta Miami Is the fish Industry. Ho*

,}: work nowetag, ;doe.In,this I port by satisfactory to both factions, terms aad':| at such low price aa eclipsing the worlds record It Is worthy his wife and family arrived ta the city many persona ban given this batness ,

* .both the Government and the f'. E. C. all organizations existing for the par- make It poialble I for the loaf a'W'OIDU of special notice and cause for a Tuesday morning and win make their a,serious thought or careful conslderntlon '.
RJ...wttb the IiJ ulunnte end of securing pose of controlling the aperntus and of small aoeana to reap th*' benefits Bit of praise for all parties concerned. future residence.Mr. t !

felt of from' the city Ughting are In Miami were declared Increasing values. The eon for this! advertisement was Bands has had a number of I '
eighteen Herd we have the
tbefbay rater water the vacant by that body last flight and the This firm I U among UM most avocessful arranged by Mr. oi' D. Drossier, adver years experience ta the telephone business greatest variety

aide ,of to deep ta paraphernalia of the department delivered and enterprising la Miami and Using manager forth.' Metropolis, and and was at one time manager of and greatest Quantity' of food Ask ot

Atlantic Ocean. f II j i to the custody of the city marshal are commended to those U search of la but one of Instances la the Ocala company bat more recently any place ta the State and with but ;

This worti however, U of rreat magnitude until such time as the department has investment* in Miami or elsewhere. ,which he it tending valuable assist. he has been engaged la the businessat one oS two exceptions more crI rockfish

and].-being pursued night and been reorganized satisfactorily to the They.keep:jthemnel vet thoroughly pdst-- knee to the paper's j patrons.. Jacksonville.In are distributed to various parts ot .
' as'faatfka three large and powerful council and all concerned ed as to values aad have at alt time 1 The Metropolis la much gratified to conversation with a Metropolis the country any other point ta
day Florida..
f 11 This action was the Jesuit of the a list of >properties from which the; pve special mention to this magnlfemit reporter this morning Mr. Sands said
dredging; crafts and crew of competent airing of the given existfjfc conditions can please those In search of justness adverusemenlj and to express the that he Is now preparing a map of Of ties fish [the Spanish mackerel '' \

uses can other I In the deparment TneVfday and I last residence, arm or' grove lot, houses hope and belief that It mill result in tbe Improvements to be made in the has the greatest demand, and ta the *

T side of the lay .labor'1Fe surely i night by the council was arrivedat of all klnUvestments for use as homes or for In- bringing much business to tbe firm Miami system and will\ start erecting most profltablej fish exported. They

cutting through I north i as the only & 11t1t 1 conclusion f in goal rent paying dlvliis therein represented and many new pole this afternoon' the work of begin Mriking about November 1 and
t to that could be reached tbe present :lends. citizens and investors to this goodly stringing the new wires, putting in bite freely I though I nets and selnrf are

,' of :Norris Cut i- 'I'' i time 1, !lf One of the secrets of success of tbtstMetropol land. i i iISUND 'phones and other.work to follow as used to capture them for marketing(
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the two dretfges a purpose.
the ocean. are. The council will no* proceed to'pa,san rapidly as possible and when completed The|season ta short lastIng -
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Sanford Ras. Governmentg i onlractor. ordinance and rulesind regulations I. a tQt weeks hence be is confident but, about sixty days though ta

c These craftj. the first and eader laone governing the, departrtjent. after which; CITY'S EXPENSE BUDGET ADE OUTOne that Miami sill have as efficient and this time countless" thousands so Noah-

at JuJ..beat; auctiou.i r"Jges on It w il elect a chief.. a taking{ [that thorough: a telephone service &* there East acid West fo tickle the poiatea o*.
"Atlantlf cutout the power..., from there organization! Is In the State. Ihe m Isles
.coast. a htUifermM l I Next to the mackerelIn point of
t i II which in the past 'Itself .
sand or digging her way through the I numbs comes :tho klngfish. king
from citizens, elected;bt ccrs. etc LEGAL PAPERS. tr 't'irarl.erc1
t Hundred Thousand Dollars in Round Numbers
rock the Estimate For .
to the
woods to the ocean down I It Is lik..ly.tbe DE'W'Iel, whoever as they are known by many.

tt 1 bottom.. It ijhas already cu | :out mon j, he. Is, will be put on I, :ff,r.small! salary j I j Next Year's Needs. The following! papers were Tiled for. I These pith are of the mackerel specie

y than half the distance to be t1re" ;e<. I and will he riven'Iheupvivllegc of organizing record In the clerk's omce today: :,, but much! large I They too. are caught

and Is now|within 300 feet of hlJI'\' I j a department]%e sauie io Ue - Warranty Dec
water on the other, or ocean I\ volunteer and to (rbodj its own1' officers W. B Ilko: to J.' M. Townley and T. L. market; though 'at smaller prices than

the land, bQt this does volt end the other than that ot!.fhlef, the council >, Bureau, Key West. na.. 597134. The amount aaked for the Townley for 'fLSOQ., south CO feet lots the mackerel

A work, as'it r lll have to cut fpm then- to approve of suctrganiz&Uon.lThe I )ec. 7.-The finance committee of the i streets and lghtlni 13.000. Is a mat. 9 and 10, block 911, Miami. These fish are among the gamiest

a distance of 1,800 feet out to sea before matter will betaken up at' the city council I has made the following' ter of urgent necessity, as he chiefof Wananty Deed-Frank H. Whartonand caughtiwlth rod and reel or line, and

the refluired! depth of, t-lghtee:' next session of the council and rushed report: | the fire department advises that wife to Arty Willis, for ISO., lot afford ft jthe principal amusement and

feet of watefj has been seen: cL ahead as rapidly as tf&olble as a fire Key West. Dec. 1. 1901.-To the unless extensive t:,rra arc made 4. block 25, Miami. sport for tourists and fishing parties

After reading the beacl4};, however department is Imperative and the t safety Mayor of Aldermen: The within a short tlm the fire apparatus Warranty Deed-J, W and LuvenlaErrickson during I the season. They are strictly

t the work will. become lighter end pro- and protection ol/ h'e city Jeopardized finance[ .n1Board Legs to submit herewith will be unable to re.;laud t > Cre alarms to Tropical Home Improvement a deep j water fish, .and are: caught at

cress wore fold as the further' to sea until such organization has been I ; recommendations with any decree! 01 pro:! ptnces. The I Co., for $75, lot .::1, block 14. Er- tea between the reefs and.land. One
she cuts thS-more deep will become effected. tL I for appropriations for the various departments receipts of the pol!ce department for rickson'a subdivision. characteristic of the king fish Is th*.

the water and the amount substance' of the city for the year end- the year closed were IC.451.03. In recommending I fact that they make their apoparanc

be remo'cdamaller. t%j lag Oct. %21J1905.. $.000 for this department, I Iin the*i waters during December and

to rkhind th ;.suction' dredg s;I I and now MRS. CHADWICK Fire depar meat .. .... ...;i CC.OO;)( It la altl;; iii-t rakjiUilon ;hat a iliU'tl; LOSS Of SHIPS I dL4: ;rc r cut :lart9 1 aj ecu AAa...a

at work. Isfthe big rock, rusher or, O v hlch amount $3. 43.82 Is for the will be repaid In the collection of fines I lag from whence they come or whither

4 chllel.dredge of the II&mel company, paste of paring for fire hones purchased and forfO'Uul'f'tl. The interest amount they gel coming by millions ta one day

a and which: crushing_ or,#
a the rock exposed by the -first dredgeto tied to datey eat on outstanding 1 bonds judgments, are Jutj( now beginning to strike well

to a depth of elghteenfeet\ i Although --1-; I Water works ., .,. ". 3000.00 and bills payable. 'The amount of and trots this time through the winter

' It has beenfct.t: work but a 'ew"weeks ,.(,> Streets and electric; lights: .*. 5t.jO.OOI 032: Is required to hover .13"j I will be kbe king ,of flab aa their name ,

' Bias moved Inland more IJ Sanitary .. ,... . -1.000.00 i the U. 8. Court and In'to lie implies.)
r feetanS the work !'s proceeding ASSISTING Police ,.. . .., .. .. 7,00000 paying a like amount of city ball and. I Other than the two above mentioned
than 400 THE
.. satisfactoril n I'every "" Public healih: ., J,500OOI r.'arketonrls,! \\ h n-atnred April!' : fish caught for marketing purposes are
li ? Salaries of elective oMcel'l2! .OOI 1. 1902, and for th pi1 .nt of Tihf.fl I'] grouper'' and snapper but they constitute
4 Mr. Van "glen, the sup rlntendenf Market cle k and janitor CO.O.00 t i no provision ha JAPES
of the work,is skilled and coTipeten'I I Odorless: excavator (self sup I The sinking "fro'amounting tot' port fish, though they afford muck'

in thla-worl4j'and It is large v through -- i porting ... . ,.. %,OII.00! 5.000 we.bel'e-.e!! ; wil7ii! reason spurt for the angler.

" "' efforts and directions 'hat It If t i Cemetery .1.-. '. .. .., 800.00 acd tbe least anioiiiri.'..- ne act' t'.cloIcIfa Ihfse the waters of BIscayn

: progress. & ,0 rapltl1y. Alt ongh Mr :New York December 8.-Mrs.Cassie Printing .1 f ',,". .. 75000 should be appropri iie-l' 1 to this fast t. "I l io. te v 'h! run n -tid l 1. r nfth Bay ami tributaries abourd In many

Van AnglenbnaT! ?* 0 sun placement'' M. Chadwic who was arrested Public bulk lags .. 50000 and for the protection of the tx>'''l 1- Jape.... I.M..I 1-n' I lap r'rs! n other game fish unions 'hem being;
last night cm kept In her hotel ,. ,.., hoHera. Of the total .
the InterestMandamus '. ".35,000.OJ amount a> I the imbj of die probajile! time ofcSinplCllcs I' 'rl \r'h'lr r ;' rTpn; \:sa- pom
work It Is evident that If t e p at apartments during the nlgbtlwa.taken '! : I U. S. Court pay-, for, $98fiSO. Ih..n'11 SfSr.Ii: :!, Diri, "i lions : llDo. t>|met' >h an.l Bailor choice, to

capacity of Work Is maintained tha! It to the Fec&ral building In ment of city hall and mar-,.' 1 I Ik..t will be used to pay a like amount .r iillls M.I\X nay nothing of tbe larger habitues of
charge of officers" at ft:20 o'clock I this bond' matured April matured bonds and which sot O'lHtrvaii"r '.i! <'n Loi.t 'h,' "":'1:1'
will be but ii few months at the outside I are the deep that are, caught freely.
before pork Las been completed morning. 1 1902 .. ... .. ".".M 13,032.00i. a part of the current year's etper;, ". of Yir1:! M I"'lf H.ll today i-houii that Engaged I In the nah! catching and exporting -

i and Mlami's new deep watt channelto I I She was taken st knee to the U. 8. Sinking fund . ... .."- 6.000.00 "Respectfully submitted, the luiiei ship! ljuta\a! lies sunken 'business here are a doses or -
Marshal's office and leemed much ex T E. Roberts "b'.a' houses .
the sea ready for the uie of ship 88 reported :\1 nni.Jy. The tr.tiiiesihipRettlzan more Each house owns numerous
f cited. Later she was. taken before the Totar'. .... .. ..U8.G8000these J. W. Johnson. smacks while. they tlso employ
ping | alt.i mvn.s mink, h 'r stern
In conectlon with this wor k,.the F. E. U. 9. Commissioner arraignment' 17n making recommendations A. U Whltuker. other bats front all sections of the
C. Ry. dredg I. under command of Captain on.the charge of alojng and abetting to'.the boar your committee bees to Finance Commit i..... being und"ral..r, Slate td j fish for them paying; profit
channelIn bank official In th| misapplying of call attention to the following Items :Mr. Harry U Bethel, son of JudgU: "The Io lMiiul.ar.hix i<>,ld> !navilyilarraiet able and Inviting ronali'eratlon for '
L. 1... Dodge, l' cutting br<< I I
held bond for which their face W. Bethel of this mho has I- the )halllt..hlp P"dt..t.hkb
the bay t<;ta: same depth at least funds and was n trill I upon may seem exces- city! <-n their catches All ia a:: ;ne fishing
I 'I sive The fire In Jacksonville several months Is liming lit starboard and : homing
removing th| surface substance to the before the United 8 :es : department appropriation pa.r feet of{this port I" an Imposing on*
United States shat Hlnel Is i $10,000 from the fact returned to the city Friday night and her port beam which In heavily ilaniased. -'
i- rock after wklch It will be moved by Bays. and one has but 10I: lt the various
the chisel dredge.s j\ I I that If Mrs. Chad :k fails to give that there fade. a1nK bills against I mill remain .'lIb01 while In the city shipping houses In the late aflemoo

The channel was started on, this side bond this afternoon ie will be locked the clto hose amounting to I visiting relatives and soliciting trade i to get aj conception of the Importance

of the bay afid' the dredge t in working I I up ln'the tombs r arrest has created 384382. This amount Is In the handsI for the firms he represents. DODGE WILL RETURNTO <>f this | Industry to lIam and thee

r .towards the|Other; side wberf\ the two a sensation hete and,It f is probable I of attorneys;; for collection and we I| The following itaasengcrs airbedFriday NEW YOK--*. "imnlloM thmtsande of pound of fink "
deem It wise that night the Olivette' LJi....
channels will merge Into W.. The that other ar I will. follow.THE some provlBlon on l that have here daily for distribution
: About should be n ade to settle these claims.! 8t./'Job nil, Wm. Dctl us. R. T. Purnell, Order From Federal Judge to That the
already out two- I throughout country.
craft his cut i '
the distance" a'r08l1l1Wi" Lay and COTTON ARKET i The balan remaining being very lIt Miss M. Pierce' Miss Estell Rlllcott. Effect Expected Today I The shipping season I* confined entirely -
thirds 11 tie In of the total of! the base ball
It -- excess expenses team, and twelve secooj
I the
day. to winter months but la
from CO to SO fee |er
is moving New York Dec. 8-Futures opened: this depart lent for 1903-04. which was class Illl. Houston. Texas. Dec. S.-A special !i that time the dealers ofthi
rate |t should have t)lie cnnnectlon put by enough
At this December, 7' C Jannnry, "fa declares
quiet. ; ; from Galveston that Charles hprewlth"
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within the or I to He Idle atr! rnjoythe
made Dext1 : February, 778; Mar.ch. 781; May, '':'91; Yo r. A. Biur, engineer of tho water Mr. Wlllard U. rp?? of th.- advertls'ng E. IVxlpe'n attorney asserts thai tfixlge I hea j''ed term like lords without a

two The dlprint I'I of this new d!I 11 water': July, 801; August, 7! 0 bid. :' work systei i here. and at Palm Beach, department of the Daily Record will be taken back to New York as I'''I'Up or, a Ih'meh': The IndtiMry InKroklng

k channel means trnch( to Mia: r*.future'' PLAGUE'IS I.accompaniedofnrpher by Miss Owens his sten- of St. Augustine, ina-le an appreclateil nou.n. Peileral! Judge Bums makes : too and every lesson area
frelatlors the out-, BUBONIC aright d bookkeeper, left last call at the Metropolis' ogles this mornIng the order which Is i-xperteil today. I I! new people I entering the business for
commercial wItbl BRAZIL
p- world a4d mhen'('ompl'iteJ I It will' AT PARA, I fur W st Palm Beach where they chile waiting for the slang hourof This Is talon to Indicate that IVxItje the gala there Is to It. and In a few

r side freque r 1 and, daily occ ;irrence I to i'I 'New York. ices 8.-A Herald| di! will be en aged with the improvemeats the Martinique. Mr.{ Bragg has gone i baa given up the fight! he ban made tol I' years from now It proml!'e' to be a

be a bashing here for -oign and patch from Rio Janeiro, Bra/.ll, 'cays the i for 'a few weeks The to Havana where he will place a number ,' prevent extradition. He wan taken to' leader, and one of the chief bmlne _

see ships ; I. ureic Indeed that there ere four cases vot-bubon work at Miami will go on uninterruptedly of advertising contracts for his Galveston last night by the officers of Miami.I There' h money, sport aad
ta. Miami's .
domestic [ ,
I II ender he various contractors. having him In custody.
bright I'Ih this respect. plague at Para.. paper. I .satisfaction' in ILl

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DAILY nr -I| looking- for and are couSf-ct T to,nettle II r 14 Indeed the prettiest little city and I ble primarily Is with the, ality We idle the
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; 'condition of the stock. The I
and cast their lots In (We healthiest

METROPOilSM. j i I and most pro lurtive Sfcpte In the I I i fruit Is coming In wretched condition: Oliver Typewriter.

L'niun 7 ,main I all sorts of stock is shored into thus|'
-, _.. tday.' : i boxes: grading and packing I are miserable -;:
da, 5a
"w.c4 even saw
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L..L f. 1ATIA II TIIlINiT"(! ,"-'- j i any Sfusc fJf h'jmor IK 4eh debated withdrawal of the right of appeal in I II dreadful and the trade!' ; re sicK of it." .'' l

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i. .',mml- *|<--%..............,' J In the luimrious an l roi;Jlcalfd atudythey I Ica'liim jurists n case Has arisen m and the sooner the prod cere and deal.; S : 4 Because It it superior! to an Otters

N;:r111 i rue PoMb nc* at Xlanl.florldiecoutola : I./ are Ki\\iz\ to itunu ter of simplelife England In whi "'. **Bailer.Va -an4 the! olulmratthey yin which I teal -swnis to tare been, lhuroughiyt of their fruit the 8C.unf' will\ the FlorIda i 3 rr, ; our price and terms ar say.; It 1M,

pabW6rd 01 enjoy the rightful distinction l want a good machltft' \\ tf:!,
Ole BoUtcern Uwipaper are making u l Urv| tt-m of Him- indicated| and 'alls for a revision of i orange i s dot ya w roe
tae Dln land of the United Stale at tile of the finest article of the about the
BouthMifiraHw-! ..""Ia'''J. 1.Irjl!: Ito English: syst m. The case is that of r
tact I tae Adolf Beck, convicted by a Loudon I kind grown In America jut as 1 bug': lu-"I, ..
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..M iastiby | The healthy exhilaratfe and balmy court for criuU s committed by no- I they continue to put it out In such
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Ita atmosphere of the lowo east coast other IK'rson. ajnJ which places the manner as quoted above just aoi,
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nm Monthi. | .I section must be fnjoyetfvo b ........ tI. J I i
W-. by Carrier. ciated. After that one ] never satif on the trial judge because of hs strong rival and at tin es a superior

I I laded until he has IK<, a fixture!! excluding relevant testimony In favor competitor lu the mark Ling: Mid consumption .

The Mitmi Pintln! { Compuy. upon the shores of one nj -he lrettiesl'' of Deck which Mould' have Justified hlsi! of fruit that nowhere!' '' A machine shop baa been added to

I bodies of water in the i lest portion acquittal. It wks ii question o( mistaken -; can be grown M> ly amt advan- our large establishment to satisfy the
d Vtvertutar ntM made known I onTELEPHONE. of, the prettiest SU America. Identity, janj the error of they] tll'':<011I1I1 as in Florida| demand for a first
app ea oL t rn judge! ,...ould'e been l'Orrt.'ctell IfI for AUTOMOBILES and GAS ENGINES -

.. M-SR. r- "Ticket for sale:" thlsTU tb! notice I there had been .. criminal court of ap' THE BALTIC FLEET. and that department I U In

IfXTROFOLIS BUILDING. now appearing in varloi* s'orewin.I peal In England or If the home office I charge of skilled machinists. W' are
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J down and in the column& of the daily which virtually exercises the funl' I at your service.LOFTON
fit! u4 494 w lfUi8tr | A contemporary reniarka that It now
I papers of Miami. It h a signlfi- boas of a pardon board had ghet' .
Oppoatt0o t BooaeuThursday seems likely that the Japanese? will\ I I
Lance too and that Is t another proper consider tlun to tile Clse. Aa
i have the Baltic fleet op their backs "
-- soul has been made hap because be, It was Beck se ved five years for s I & ElJG,
December t, before they can take Port; Arthur.
.' has found the garden s of America, crime ot which ho wu .Innocent. as Successors to Lofton ft: Johnson. OppaHU Post Owes Miami Fla
The distance from LJbau to Port Arthur
it 1.1". and has decided to cut M lot here. has been clear rstabl1shed.. and the I '
of both I however, U 12,7o4<<> milts and,
Since com* to think Its ; -
) and not return north as *e Lad pro- net result II tha British papers !
poUUcal parties teem to have been in Tided for in case conditions had not I are demanding court many or review with:I granting that the most favorable eon- . . . . . .,. . . . . . . .
M the ? I attend the voyage, lie I'
it the North a I II dltlons Jape '
t,tnwt-one been found as represent* to him., I criminal : :
ether at the SotJthL still have a good deal of jtlme.IP which
.. [ to reduce the fortress with reckoningwith
; With the Japanese hurl shot and I I II Keller & Miller
FLORIDA VS. CALIFORNIA. Russia's Baltic naval reinforce
Id a announcCM that- Plerponjtj, : destruction at their ships >m the top I I
U trying to uy a suburb of or'l of 203 meter Hill, their fl< in the out- The decline I in prices and demand I I ments. A good British Authority says r r
p : that It thinks that, after making due I
Tort Wanta to'! tend the side ready to pounce U] them If! and the almost utter rout from Dealers In i

Bmiu ufo;the Mtybbe| owns, perh Ire.a I they atempt to run aw : and the i northern and western.markets of nOf'oI 1.llow8n81tor\ unfavorable' weather, ,
P 1 accidents to machinery :and time lost
I Baltic relief fleet serethousand< I ida oranges and grapefruit by the Fish. !
The song of the saw and Hammer miles away the Russians Port Arthur -', California article is proving a costly In coaling the fleet will be making' ,)

baa been adopted; as'the(; sons [of Ml- Harbor are in a /lOr wore and I, lessnn to the Krowers and shippers and good progress If It arrive. at !I'ort Arthur '': 11POvssterE1

amt It ring alxMlaya In the week and pitiable plight and can a and suf-'! should be a lead!I well learned and In one hundred days. The route'

Cfty4wo weeks ti't1..tbelrear I and.strange" fer but one of two result], 'fitter defeat heeded to the leer| In the future. to_ which this authority] refers Is by and: G-atD..e.:
of the Mediterranean and the
to say It has Dih.r| once grown mon or surrender. I All of the fnilt trade Jouiuals attribute way I I II

aot Doua. even, thivj;.;h it crow jloudei the decline of the Florida fruit Suez canal. It U estimated that the,' I
coal consumption will lie 2.:;.-2! tons ., _
b day."Thu I demand fr the California product .
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and louder day | Almost every mall front be northeast a 1'- -
I per day and l coaling will" hay: to be i!
and west brings to thifetropolls'antI to the fact hat the Florida fruit frequent. ': [ : Fish are kept in traps-Killed after Order Is.
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i Is a prc y big couni The!! citizens of Miami Inq yt about \Is improperly packed.-assorted and put 'I
President hap tlit 'ivi-lfd I, l.Oihl In '!egHsk l our town climate, soil ,various I' on the market In such A xenerallrbad \ If the voyage lasts Ion<)hundrt' ;
going th vwh a lJen "ci other conditions, such as desiring'to j' condition thaf' offers no atract- coal I consumption Hill ,i>e 222:: tons I f

Btat"-aye I1 Wal'hlnrro Un ., change locations see hea1th.''|; ivenKs either la
True. Butte c h travel talc tl ltd recreation and pleasure' want. )I I Discussing; the condition cud primary IM, ttupplieil from sixty:: ] or seventy Orders taken daily-Prompt to

distance and nut'tbJ'O ::h.& e ub.i This Is one of the many inices and j cause of. the slump In prices and steamers stationed at lieu State indications in proof that M Irs fame i! demand of Fiord a oranges n prominent along the n>tip. In the open sea the I I Phone Orders -- -- -+= -. -- ---

I I' Is national, and that It., plea .a receiver writing In the New York fleet cau be coaled at! the rate tiff| I L I
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J! I' I and Produce Record lwenty-five or thirty ton* an hour, the:
.When a fello with little lbQ-! prominent place in the mini of those Fruit Trade: Journal and'
grease, penevert;ce and the :. tto "11 Seeklnx such conditions a*}jiu-ntloned, ; says: cost of coaling apparatus IH estimated'at j Oorner of Second Street Boulevard. ]

will can't make| living from the sol)' abore. "Thf hulk of these oranges whichare about $25OiiO per shli. rntoreseen, I l!
bought' . . . . . . .
delays not embraced In the above - -- " "
o( Dade county jpa should be jirat onerhibitlon now being gl,ren away were cal-j i ; '""
as a ffeak and labe ft the To those wbo-bave never- ted ouri; In Florida, and this means that the receivers 1 culatlon may occur: and furthermore,;I -- -- -- -- ._ t
laziest and DOlt rifling' man fbora fair state and .;B luweri| are losing heavily. The mar It 4s not Impossible Thai] the Japanese j --f 1'- --

of woman. ; East Coast and oIClauyl' t of the I! ket may he best'described as .n utter I IrouL navy may do some business that will TUCKER & GREEN
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r.- many glowing ) We have the anomalous condl Interfere plainisailin.t( on

Railroad official report that' I,m. law of our climate soil push an reheard'i I i Lion DOW or tby trade holding back : part of the Russian ships. iI j Meat

01'the bomeseekers'." who hare gimp t I to we extend an invitation fe em ii't and waiting California orangee. I The Japs ale keeping their; naval j Retailers,

the East Coast and Dade county ilirla come and see for Ibemsel ,after'' to the f3 neglect of Florida, movements suspiciously'! quiet but no., I
month II In fo the early one will be-surprised If their fleet n FLORIDA AND WESTERN MEATS POULTRY EGGS. AND
( the past have returnee to which we are confident th< : admit whereas er season I.VEOETABLrS.
theft.northern home*. Is not thin n-rl. and proclaim to the war t the Callfornias hard been disregarded al-j i i heard from before the enemy gets to ; Corner Avenue D and Third atrMta. I Miami FkxidatIThT

dines! that they fond what tmjr were half has not been told, and t this together for Florida fruit. The troy the tall end of t heroine. I I

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) balance In 1,2,3,4)ears} relit for the Season reasonable prices{'

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BRUSHES, In ''magnif LMOND DISHES, in OCKETS, 'In Solid Silver PINS and Watch iNC We' like
HI K BROOMSIIwIth solid to talk
the designs a special I I re tiful floral pattern., and Gold.Christmas. .A n appropriate for all secret or' about our assortment of
Handle ire

w V 8 ry vcr latest' fad rr f -We have "AIR for Holiday Pret A out sortment' doubt ever the. ex.Dre hl"'t: beauL i chit\ Present and EMBLEM In'p twin' scud gold.-' R, Rings know why Would Com you.and like IWe .to.

a large assortImen:, from' ranging in price,from Miami, $3.00 UGh, or $ one only coats a tri- with diamonds.( ]! have them from $1.04.

i .50_1-to $5.00. t. $1 0.00. 'a set. fie. .F om $1.Gut') $500.00. up !to, $75040.

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)Ir. C. \\. Cook! will receive this I I 1--'

lit! Palrii. ; B ach Department from work r the traction Mchols(automobile& Sheppard) engine Co.., J '

I I : -- 11,, for!,! Mr. 11. !:. Burley one of c.ur most
West PaliS .Beach Fla.i 4 IJoe. c.Work .- voluntary suomersions which a(Tor.; led prosperous ; :nd progressive farmers.
on ..thekouih new cemetery ot.e milt mucn merriment to the. large Vow J of This: engine: will he the large of its al Est tei
Kind: in ("<.<>-RIU or Florida, and Is of
of the!|city just out corporate linl is. on which Mr. FlagltrOoo larger boat was kissed by the WaJern liltvery I latest build. Mr. Birley

is expendingFat least $100 and In a son of Ham sans out : "\Vhcrj-'ilj Mr will have tie best equipped farm in

which. It is {Itid, he has directed that bottle o' wine"? Florida( uhoi the engine arrives. He i

be be'buried Us progressinj;I rapidly Jolr. George 7.apf and fami y.' liith 1 has already iccelved his oat separator I f :I

as the elaborateness and exienalvenessttt Mr. O. S. Voss left this morning: '\"ta I> and corn h isker and shredder.: He

the design 'ill allow. A grat many the canal at 3 o'clock. and doubtlessere intends to ,ork up the Crops of other II Is a Money Making
I : farmers as ( ellS his own with this j
laborers arf employed numerous4'amK this reaches you will have afrtved
: luprored'farm machinery.. The farmers 1
are o hstantly pasting to and In the "Celestial City. '
ran naw plant 'more extensive,
fro over the beautiful g IIns. and The Palm Beach. News' free watch
oat an" pee with the assurance Investment ProfitWe
altogether: thfe scene Is on of. hating amie way of getting heir
and I grain thrashed out so that It can beI
of tile vast expenditure of to. rote ('arlYand: often fur their' I
placed on tile home market This IN
time labor nod. money Is I borne In favorites. I
worth a good deal to the Columbia _
mind. The entire area --seventeen( Deputy Sheriff Martin and Judg II. i I
county rDlerl. We learn that some
acres. as tb writer Is In brmerf U B. Saunders have returned from their I I -
of our.farm >rs will plant u much .as '
inclosed wltKJa snbstantla 1 elaboratetcept Okeechobw tramp. They enjoyed ; !
one hundre acres of oats, II 3 a re .
Iron fence. < perhaps one hundred their rustication and bagged nnmerous /
suit of the of
I importation improvedmachinery.
feet inclusive of the! front entrance birds !
This will mean j.1IPmoney I
: and now with ai immense Letters' received from Dr. Munyonby f-rmt'rs.-Lak. .
trg for our
& derrick the' several part*' Of Ii the massive persons in this city, speak of]his City Repbrtt r. ..-- !
double i ached Iron entrance are probable arrival here on or abou Dec J I \\i\\ / .

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under the direction of sklleJ. engineer Street paving, which has been temporarily \ MARk E J: G UTTEDWITH I i have some bargains that will: *

*. The North half of I Iota enUre suspended on account of a I POOR STOCK ,
area has bee 'laid off Into of ap lack of material will be resumed |'as I! Houses and ai
I please you rooms ,1' ; ,
propriate size with alleyuj or walk soon a* the contractor for Its supply I

at proper Interval. *o that" all are shall t have signed certain contracts Grapefruit ad Oranges All to the Bad j apartments, furnished or .unfurn) i
easily accessible and marki with substantial with the county commissioners. The In New York.

painted corner post*, that board Is in session today at Miami, and ishedt will Jot !
we save
liaro been or prill be correctly number will, no doubt arrange the matter -- J. money
ed. It Is on :the south half that the Mr, T. M. Rlckards and wife of Boca A market glutted with poor stock: you we willmakemoneyforyouSpecial .'
large force ofiaborer* la nose encaged Ratbae. spent yesterday In this city. ud 'consnm rs diARusted to such u ;

and wheifthf whole I* finished, and Mr. Rlckards report the Japanese colony extent with flavorless, poor keeping Commissions

when the'en |re work of grading, laying I In excellent spirit They are and acid fm t that.!demand has waned Specialty

off and ornamentation shall hare clearing: land on. the east side ofitfie to a mlnlmu I. tie story of the nor- i Entire charge taken of ESTATESMb .

.been completed It will be!difficult to canal for a vegetable crop. They work, Ida orange .barkei today. At auction 1.6 ,_

conceive of wspot In connection withwhich like Trojan during the day and speed prices nngel I from ..1.60 to 11.65 with I .
thought of the last sleep will be the evening hour In studying the lan 1.05 top figure, and one shipment of '

lea repalalrel ;: guage of their adopted country. Ttfey Indian Rlve fruit which looked very I .
Policeman fearfleld ahowW the writer are hopeful and happy. i fancy stock aDd showed little decay -

a letter a nay or two ago'from his The city council will meet tonight $1.So, says he Frultman'l Guide of I : :

daughter Ma! Lain. fifteens years old 1 in regular session, and stay take'' $1.80 aye the Jo'ruitpan's Guide of !! I' .
who Sa a pupil In the Stale Institutefor up the matter of sidewalk Today New York For really floe stock there

the blind.[. eat and dumb.I'' Its purpose the last extension to owners expires Is a fair m vement from the store j I
was to ifqnalnt her parents with and if they tio not-the delinquents good Bright and HUl8Ctta being worth
the pleasure |he enjoyed ion'occasion begin the work at once, the city !wit! $2.50 and extra fancy as high liS $.15 i! I

r of the Than giving dinner providedfor do so. assessing the cost against their with a few aslonal sales at 13, but ,

the office;! and. pupils; |of the Institute property. ExMayorVhIlden has lately there Is no oubt but that the Florida {, I, .
through the benlflcenco of )fro made a generous donation of booksto market has received" a tremendous

Flagler. Mis 1'1!i Barflcld Is tot I entirely the public library. This Is but one' black eye 0 Ing to consumers having

blind but no : early so that!$ system of many of Mr. Whllden's acts of ben I been dlll8P lnted with purchase after Allister-Beck; ;

of training frie I II undergota? is, that eficence. I i of fruit that had neither Lrehing; nor

y prepared for he,totally blind. Sriklngfeature Invitations are out for the marriage I eating quallll'lI.I ,

*- of tie letter were the, excellence of Miss Scybold. of this-city, and Mr As for Flfrlda grapefruit, hat isso
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of tt f penmanship",andthe accuracy Ha fly of Fort Lauderdale. The dateis 1 i deep lu dupps that It III hard 10 r Suite 2. No 320 One-Halr 12th i Street +((31)11: Florida :
of it diction. Besides! it December 14. !, : see how on It will ever get out

breathed a spirit: of gratltudo to Mr Mr. L. P. Lane prominent in Fraternal I.\t auction tIe eh sizes as ::68, 15a and ,

Flagler for Kg gddnerons Bb rality. and Society circles was in the city ;b sold 5Oc/ to It.Y.llh!;/ $!.SO '

toNhe 'officers and teachers for their yesterday. and was warmly welcomed' I II: top price III. too for tine, BOund The Magic City{ it,io* real tropic cI mttt, where you will Had summer 'M; in winter time

unfailing papence and ears I tor' thl by numerous friends here. He goes to fancy fruit. For one lot of good fruit r T

afflicted. Ofpp'hef teacher. Miss Willie. Fort Lauderdale to prepare for another. the auction r had to fairly tease out -
she spoke Inf terms of slncere affec vegetable crop. bids for 62 .2e. It I. true that some -

1 tion. $ ', j 1\! Mr. James Olmstead, of Miami, spent' of the very anCY trade are prying II I i I
i' The electric pleasure yachts for Mr. Sunday here, shaking hands with a high aa 15 f t' gilt edged fruit, but the I II
small lots and solve the problem fo r the absolute lack house holders. The better class restaurants hibitive.) and one would think that la*
Joseph Jefferson', spoken ofj a day or large circle of warmly attached sales are Inj preciously
'" : criterion iraafevera : of demand. hold the price of grapefruit restaurants would strive to sell their
two ago we* unluade4frorn the an friends this price forms no
this under direction of Mr. Engineer Sheen has just Informedthe to the real state of the market Not The grocers have tried to stimulate at the same exorbitant figure as 7"r e> grapefruit at prices' more la proportion
t morning small but consumption by cut ing down the priceto merly. which would seem to be bad with the ;cat they-have to pay
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Paul C. and now ride Jwlfi grace writer that the grading of a receiver In town, large or
Jones; his full of five cents apiece{! for fib, but even business tactic, for a portion .)f grapefruit themselves
what has store grapefruitthat ,
and' the they are street will begin tomorrow morning :
beauty.jlpon! watefs lal unable at this big cut does not seem to have with the prices ranging from 3Sc Altogether this is a woeful year for
casualties the He I he I to move any
the launching no. preliminary to paving. .
to ply.I* khe braced up the demand amonc th to 60c I., In the majority of canes pro A h.t.. nfIvieetitigPlace \ "rt lo ...-.t,
and trade Is at a loss to
occurred. 'T ere were two1PLr'hree In- making the level this afternoon. price, .
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.We have '" up a comfortable room especially for customers'; use; .

a cosy place where\ they can meet friends for buslne sxenultatlon\ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1904.

I ".:r. Condensed from Report to the r, #t +'c. 'i rl d

t 4"" Comptroller of the Currency. twh xt'3Y' : is a i ij + +
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t jfJ t Loans and discount . .$173,181.45, U It _
Overdrafts . .. . 640..29 /,1i 1 : f i "' ",'=k 1.
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U. S. Bonds to secure cir j I
a t culatlon . ,. 25,000.00 r .t4'
aI {Jade) County bonds . 5OOO.IiPI.ogressive 1 1 t r ry
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k B BSankUig bouse .ned.,5. ,712.96 i iU.SBonds .
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.g Due from Banks 77231.73 +
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"Must adapt I itself, to the need of the Public. .Many peogJ have Cash In \ 16.926.69 !

l money on whlchNjiey would ftk* to receive interest and ftt ihave a !{ 139.823.42

their funds Instantly available In case a better Invest_ J offer. t \ -+ I _fl

'' Our Saving Department. meet this want by paying( Five ;er cent. 5393,358,1 .

Interest, compounded mi-annually, and by permitting wii fto rawals,
: fe LIABILITIES' Hone of the Fort Oall:. National\ DinkS
be mad without! notice. ,
e are able to offer the last mentioned Inducement by re 1n ,:cf a Capital stork . .. .$WOflOO.OO S :
s large reserve'kept on all deposits j Surplus and undivided( prof. N. i

general Banking Business transacted. Capital, Surplus: Share- Its . . 3 -f? J i

holders' J 'Irculatlon . . . "5.000.00 \ M. Or.OV/N::: P..ESI: NTA !
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+y : Due other ImiiUs : 10,000.0&s,, i;. F.r.1C..J IV.'C ;. VICE P3E3IDBNTV.
't Deposits W. CURRY VICE;: PSESIoiNTOEO. ; ; i iQS
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S CLAUS I I: AL day goods that day and hate since sold quantities. ()"P stock is j jI '

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T >ys Dolls Fire Works for all The

.I. i J/1 "Handlers; Everything.." W. H. (Chaille/ & Son. Prop.

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I Habn's building Y.-llloe* used as an TOURIST TRAVEL WILL I Oyster Stew M Klnson House Sunday.

1 If b"jhrJstmas I office and shops for his extensive BREAK PREVIOUS, RECORDS Pirtierresbeautify

building operations while Mr. Tatum --j I I We have'secured the anency tor the

( :Gif is of Quality Is I building .is.an investment and will Nw York Sun Predicts Great ThingsIn Columbia Bar-Lock typewriter-the '

i a lease the room desirable tel1&nt.l.I This Stat. most complete and up to date machine the I room| and make them
manufactured 1 have
II an one on exhibition arm and
more jcbecrfnl in the
8eaaUfuilemembraaces.II such as Good Taste Dictates .: I Three detendanu apeparel before It Is certain that the tide of "Northern" In our office. *.inter. An Ideal Christmas present t

f &fajor Se..ellj. this afternoon to be tourist travel southward this winter Hill a Gander.If I

,Rare inceptions otlit} of common designs from art adjudged guilty or not guilty and to will break all records The prosperity Ranlersoo building
ppy the penal :y lor'violating certain of the north meant jthat many thousands
kilter the
workeri'iiigold' and who hare left impressof
ofdlnaSes. V. Cumble bad not of our brethren In the colder OLDEST BICYCLE HOUSE IN MIAMI

a still that stands for real meiit. Gifts of sufficiently eoberml np to answer ,to states will flock heri and some of Coaster Brake put In ........ $5.00

exguutje cut glass, tilrenrare in the latest design. two charges, < ne for being drunk and them will remain while 1 other will I New rims .... .. ... .. ...." 1.25

disorderly ant the other for assault Invest liberally. They will see the i I lOne set new wheels ..... .. ... &75f

Gifts to be put to practical use. and battery i nd as a result he was south at her best ana In prosperity.f! ,Hartford No. 77 Tires ..... ... 125

Gifts for the Home Beautiful granted a i'"*> into until tomoriuw In The New York Press snys tnnt the I Hartford No. 80 Tires ... ..... 175

which to fclwii it off and get his underpinning Southern Railway, ne working the ..n.I I Hartford No. 77H- Tires .. .... 3.75

MAY ARD AND SON / firm aid steady again. W. E. tire south with a n>'sten of many' thousand -i Flfty
I Burke, was tu nd rmlty of assault and miles of track, as built np an'raffle. I $!.OO Pump. .. .. .. .. .... 1.75i

doorXorth of Post Office battery, for w rich uiien-e he \11I pay enormous passenger i It woiild;i Brown H. Saddles .....!..... L75

Jewelers, I .HOne' I a, fine of $3b; and <-o"t. or impend 15 astonish you to know haw SOUlh.1 I And everything In our line Is fresh

:II days. inipnmwhile t? the bireets of Miami, ilcru applying! 'to A examler : from the factory. .We solicit the home

...- I I : Jas Xc ilham, another "D andD ern Thweatt for Iran uortati.tn Insist ,i ;people to trade with people who live
1(1( j1 i [ ixrthed 01 the side, ,
escaped lib a nominal fine of i upon belpg sunny here the year round.
13.00 and cost or ten days In Jail. The of the "Palm Limiter and the other LOFTON EINIQ.

< | latter two i''< :endants are rx ml>ers \ValJorf on wheels tb'J"\\'a: hlnon Opposite PustoITlce. .
Y opngs'I'Pharrnaty I(kuf ihi- crow If the' steamerGeneral and Southwestern mU."L" 9bey -= 1 bi
leave New York as i rule It!.
t French who lIb others er
a (Ishi! aboard tbe boat last night .uathur, with a cull '1 of bll'llb.1:

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t ilectcd stock. We our lot in r The trim 1 ttle yawl rigged yacht hence the deiuanJ fu the sunny xi-itjf GroceriesThat ?
A complefb and carefully, > buy ;? I i ttThis +
mall qualities: and lIftll1.0; we can always have them frufc and I Ataimt.. owne) by McKHrs. fl. Decker tho train. The time Is tree ri'
tsrs. Our ti-tomerseettUc benebtoflblsandarealwaJII"dti..fie-d I and WillieV Ich, arrived In this port lathcly of the CUllS Line thu SLM

this momlnswill from Jacksonville! and board Air Line and the l.ouslll.anr.

le aQl t I j .nc! grin's 4nb i i join the loyal Palm fishing feet Na8h\m... Dig Four aid| all great ayitems are not pure and fresh ale dearat a
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: ': : atnte* : : : smaller tau the averts 1'l'a..ure! to hear that the demand for hotel and prices as to enable us to move them a.rtittk purticrre $6 60

.. craft already here, but is on" of the boarding house patronage Is be>uuJ before they have a chance to get old. per paIr, .

3-- at the soda iecial cream and sherbets Saturday most staunch and seaworthy buts In the supply, and that the acconiuiw rnty i

Y, afternoon* and evenings..! 1! We. want your patronage and wit ': the port. Sit wag brought: down from elation will have tote I. doubled! and Hence we always have 1 1I

always to see that you get the best in our line; i iI New York o Jacksonville on a Clyde trebled. !

i *I 1jjroien jJ I Line steamer but came from there Pure and Fresh
Peraogll AttertiMgive I A.aw 0. !.1 .Osra. ;NIIfIII tI rMtWffctPROP. I II I here under own power and sail, Wm. Stubbs, chargi>d with robbery,

to 'dt prescriptiom I W. E. YOUNGS. :: I, her owners 1r" five weeks In proved hIm. lt Inuoctnt yesterday afternoon

I I(l the trip, hut many flips for before Judge Heyser and was Groceries : : :
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i i I pleasure and Acco.1J any.II

,,C t Ing the A vaunt was Mr. F. Clark also Let Us Prove This Statement I

'Notice of Intention to Apply r1. Let a';,aU be conducted cy a Presldentj a''' of New York and who accompanied
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Notice Is hereby given that tae undersigned -' and a board of fire direcUrs. open launch the two comlns in one .
will apply to the.Governor The offices of Secretary and Treasurer behind the ot er and tying up at the I -

cf the State orjFlorida; at Tallahassee. may be held by ore and tho game Ir divlduol. Royal Palm; nc\ ;\'r.'I'i! !I'J an '3c.Thisali .

Florida on, th< 1 fifth day: of.January. The officers! of this corpora. .. .11 JacUmtl I le 1"-, lut fir the rait!; uy-Tail Soup at Hut'on lionsTue.! f

A. D. 19)ii.1 for )jemrs patent: lucorpor Uon shall be members of the board oldirectors. ne ycn's. II; <;! tap| to a fw months I ta>'. MagnoliaGrocery .1 i fi 1:iik v-,!tIji: !i: (wrii; rre.onlv

and VegetableGrowers' I The directors snail jbe tlO11. a hiff.electrlc.au; in the'
Fulf rd Fruit
Uis I
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sting ouJ Headquarters fai .>< > r. xnee. Irmoi j1O I" >..ir.; "'lier! from $3 n p.i .
Association, under the following I elected annually by the stockholder! I'nitcd States Navy. He iaTnst ..
I i i *ce, At VMlxra A > l> 7I i
proposal charter: hCharwr I at a meeting held the first Saturday hli ihe bnttlcsh'r! Oregon and, landed In 'I I Ii '
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of the JFuirord Fruit and; Vtgtobl -i October of each jear. The officers San Francisco) aboard her from Ch.no: i I I Flue office moms or ren; In the -P' : =5r

G ,were' Association. ho-are to conduct the business of the Ills term of rlistment belnq; out he Metropolis building. i COIINEH FOURTH ST I b-Jlh ,

The underlined hereby associate I corporation until those looted at ,the derided to try the land for a while: and Co BET AND
h I will spend the winter here In the Light fishing launc for rent by day U
themselves together for the purpose of first annual meeting are Qualified. FLA. I
of McDonald's BI- MIAMI "The (lode that -
fcffpomt"a' Incorporated fader he.laws shall be: I pleasure boat justness. ur wi-ek .Inquire I II Ircjlsij t&(

at the,State 11'1ort4a. for thj trans George P. Bun, President -tvjcurwa cycle Shop. Ct hu __

Bftftn of basin Me under th. foUowlnf: i R. E. McDonald, Vice President furnished
Two nicely rooms for rent I
I I F. A. Bryan. Secretary and Treas'' j
charter:, M .I \ HOTEL ARRIVALS. Excellent location jlddresa W. 8..
Irtictel. ; I It i urer. 4 I II I faBjeaeae j '
The aaat* o j i this eorporatlonj shall II I G. P..Bull. G. W. King. r. A. Bryan.> I car Metropolis
Vegetable : R. E. -McDonMd, J. R. OTfeeJ. direotonC EVERGLJLD&p! ,
be the ruMori' Felt and bf' W.
!, P.J.. Crogfaam, Savannah: W. L. A limited number select guests M. BurdineIS
Grows** .Association.a. Its principal j jpUe will be entertained at Cafe Elite :306:
of bosiaotsaft be at Fulford.i 'Artists. .. i Brags, 8L Augustine; L. P. Ashley Sixth street 2t
I Miss j
""I, East Orange N. J.; I & Ihayre
Florida and business than be eon-! The highest amount of llabtnty or
lUll Passarc. N. J. 1'. Meng Philadelphia; f.
dotted la.,the ,State of Florida and Indebtedness to which the corporation i Furnished house and rooms for light
; C. D. Smith and York
wife fir
elsewhere. HcoBve&lenL mad, be necessary' or I I can at any time subject Itself shall not ; housekeeping CSS Twelfth
G. R. Pltzer. J icksonvllle. Miss Estelle .
> .I *, jf.! : exceed the amount of capital Jtock<< : Harris Brookjyn, N. y. \ street apply 1- NOW DISPLAYING A NICE.LINE OF'I HOLIDAY GOODS
i '- ArtfetoZ | paid In. I
|II \
: The general t nature of the businessto Article 7. I lira. If you desire to seal or rent your' PLUSH t ALBUMS.! TOILET
I Mr. and L. C. Gsnavant, Nassau
be transacUjd'Jby this corpuratlon The names and residences 4 the Boiler NewX property list It "with Hill a Gautler. ANOMANICURE SETS CUFF COLLAR AND WORK
; John Louis Coleman
shag be to buy. cell and deal' In aO subscribing incorporate of coy York. i estate and rental j I I agents. Hauler 1 1to BOXES. STATUARY. PICTURES. BOOK IN GREAT VARIETY -

traits, produce! fertnUers crabs and potation together with the r 01 L buDding Mian 1 I
other packing!material. on commission shares of the capital stock.su! bed SOUTHERN -L- : -ALL THE LATE POPULAR NOVELS, SOMA OF THE
A. E. H. A. Thompson, :New: I I j
or'otherwise pack fruits,.and' breach: are as follows: York;' FriSki rte-. Mrs. P. M. Carter.Mrs. For int.- For ee'a4n our retell fish STANDARD AUTHOR FOR TSc, ; HERETOFORESPLD

e vegetables' for profit, to employ, such G. P. Bull OJus. Fla.. K !; house. t utveni e D. ready for I WHICH
agents and est, ibllsh such agencies at common stock : Pompano.BAY Imlllne. pj l> ..I once, Miami Fish
such points-In iha State of Florida or O. W. King. Fnlford. Fla.. 60 s ci,. I BOYS AND GIRLS. "GEMS OF POETRY" AND "BRIGHT
K elsewhere as to the directors'shallseem ,i common stock E. F. McVel ;h. St Augustine; : G. T. THOUGHTS" IN WHITE MOROCCO AND GILT. SUITABLE
proper. JTo bUT: own. hold, operate R. E. McDonald. Falford. t 64 For Sr'e.! -OueS ...0'1. horse and wagon I'
Smith, Jacksonville; Mrs. L. O. Harris.V. .
lease and realestate shares common stock a< S 1:0.00 attri'a J Shlfippy s, near YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. PRICE ONLY
s U. mortgage I !
I :\ Orleans \V. W. Clbb, J. M. I '
for Its business offices farms'I J. R. O'Neal. Fulford. na. 104 hare* 1"eW' cud of A,e in'- L SOc A COPY. MANY OTHER AND USEFUL
Deal, York; James A. Horton ATTRACTIVE
aid fruit To common stock .... dt U\B. Blanton
orchard: i I''
Providence; Ed LaSalle. Monroe. ARTICLES. WE PLACE THESE ARTICLES .
buy.-bold, snd)YOte stock and lecnri i. F. A. Bryan Fulford. FUv. 60 :arev. BISCAYNE- I 1 I
ties of any character with sub corporaUo I common stock I : Some rare largo ins-- Hill a Gantler.agents. XMAS TRADE. BUT DON'T FORGET T *AT OUR TAILOR- J
: Dr. S. 0 11o-1cy> St. Augustine: 1.
.. Before me personnally eal estatr and recta Hauler MADE (
1 | npre-red IL O. Martin. W O James, Elberton.tker SUITS NICE LAWN AND SILK SHIRTWAISTS OR
# {Articles. 1 Geo. P Bull. O.Y.. King R. JC. Me- cm bull."II''; l ti
: The authoried capital stock if sate!! Donald.: J. R. O'Neal and F. A.3lryan.to AS
I.oUI A. \ltinson
.Dover Coleman Salk
corporation<< shall hbe five hundred:| me will !known to be the I For --A'Hiliar; ; hlm>p "Suan;" PRESENT : : ': : ,. : : : : .. .. .*
Sew York; El 1 O Neal and wife. r lor- e *# *
hares of common stock of tho liar value described in, and who subscrj heir ante Ala.: I! o. E. Herring. JacJ son- flue m..l..i.1'.11 npniinteil.. :Ui: feel / .
I names to the foregoing In1 cot : > long! llnht: uraft; Inijjiiire! Miami I Pith
of ten dollars ($t0)) each. A|( least !
ilk-; W. Uij. iemcnts, Satann&hV.; A
: tfty per cent W the said capita stock' < ,! and did severally aexnowtet! each renter. SI. Ancstlne: Robert F. t'n. New Home Sewing;: Ma=
r shah be subscribed ana paid In before for himself that they execu tll" I
I Kyle, Fort LHan. tiden'slu; J. It. Fhana latl. ,
.4 this corporate n begins to do 'n slnesa, same for the purposes to ''n es' K. K. Ilhah.1n.. (:nod Rapids: For C.le.Z I 2ei.sjip" b I .rnp gl' chine would beat
and otbfir thereon o- 1lrth pressed.WITNESS. ,h. ;: <: complete w'llh i prol"II : shaft, all
I )
'. i : hand and !! JiI.JtlJ't took Aiuoielo, etc 'eter t><-.'n uses
yo- Isaoea f, be made at ordered I my o i
I I I I at Fulford Pad\ norl.\. iltaiU Fl.sh ('0. l I
by tie dlrortom Aiy. cmaty. ccocooocxxxxooocxxxxxocoooKKfl ,I .
lion of - 1'1/0/ 'I'' 'ff.s I t ot'u FYs
paid fo' In If t apitat (. ock of I ":ota'-y Public State' of Fl JrUn jjjt lug tt. 'I. ATIENTIIIK : For" Sle., -f'ru'slr: 1 linndi "J1an'a. : ===- -----.--- .= .: .:=: -=T It = rrr
/Mr n*'titli'ncc! fort < fee :.
r Wu
Ton .
other t'. or 'in I.'f'o"" f f1 th Iy :mission einlres' June 1JOi! i 10 V 'ID : W iSX'1: IIr I -
1-iic. :;; li p i n;me sjwvl 11 I 12 mlli!
value of wh!-,I ,nhall be UxeJ ai.. /I meeting County Judge Heyser wen up t cine (' I'NJME S ru U .: ItsKK !
? per 2i >ur Inquire Mi. aif Fith l o tJi)' !
of tae "d of directors ca led tot Palm Beach last night to lot'hlsgrove 0' Tilt: IKA1UKKSAMI I

that 4! and other property litter-I.., IH uiu 5L'SISESIhefirsllNalional; "lil.H V Avenue D.- -- --1 I I .. I

Article 4. I : For Sal*.-A lIne : sallboar racer;
The foundation tor--; D "
This corponUon han exist for a brick store buildings'' new nth. i I Bank will be sold under guarantee to be In W. M. Burdinethem

teem of thlrt1y.as.; I j s' perfect condition. AI bargain for any
I for
street F. .
one W. Hah other
M ,ArtJelee. i: o, ...1. ... "{. one wishing. to Apply to P. C. '
K for B. B. Tatum have bttRI 'ldlaDd'' I J
The, buslieit ot.,this corporatlasi 'I Clark at fish house i i 2tiid I
the walls are rapidly, golng'-ftj. Mr. ,


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I I that t you i are in the midst of the Holiday Season? A isU to our store will ofJer t

r u ? many su gestio for Ghnstmas Goods. IGame now while our stock is. sample e.I .


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I. M. Kl NG "" : C OLEY & HORNER

I iSucctiten to FdwiadVebolt.l, !

Undert ker and i Embalmere THE UNDERTAKERS.The! Real Estate and .Rental Agents.

I3OO- Avenue D i 12th Street. ::";: Opposite First National Bank,
413- 12th Street Phone 25. .
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( IIlillEJPOL; I i4. E. V.- -Blackman- returned this Mrs. G. U Schneider, of peacock: Inn,, 1- I

lY morning from a business trip to Fort Cocoanut, Grove was a guest at the
Hotel Windle In Jacksonville Monday
.' NAIL 1ICBIDm.: Pier* and Tuesday I '

M ; and Mrs. E. L. White an'1 daugb 1 lA/NEWS/ IFROM TOYLA | D .
i from the North-
7:00 a. .' I ler Miss Mildred returned home las> Mr*. G. F. Schneider' hoWai of the ar
night, from their summer vacation Peacock Inn. at Cocoanut! Grove, hal I
'1:" P. >B.i -
whic h was spent In Elizabeth City.; returned from liD extended trip I.
tar toe North N. I through the dew England, Slaves. Mr*
IU a. .. I Schneider'' visited many hotels In tha I .
$:u p. : This week Santa Claus is showing 250 t
M a. M. J. Jones and niece, Mis* kection. booking guests to'itb1i winter

(Thursday December Si;+;1904. Agn.this. Reece of Rome. Ca, arrived, at the Inn. 'Mr. Beaumont, s prom *

itUlCOI'd "'- ...- morning for tile winter. They atgue ; bent business man of A antic City; j Dolls in great profusion at our II ..toII

f, ; of Canaatotaf N. Y, haat is I ot 1>Ir. Robert Joues, at MraGown's N. J., and his wife, accum muled Mrs.Sfchrielder .

I Arch Creek for the.., winter. on Tenth street until' their Mr. Beauuion la looking store; did you see the I, :,
house I* ready'on Avenue H. Up a location for r. home in I intend II ra

rt F. Kyle, of Fort Canderdale: i should I conditions, appear favorable I to'.! Doll Opening :( ..

the visitors in the city to M s, C. Fred Blackburn, baby Paul establish a business house] In Mia a.I. M .'

and Master Henry Blackburn arrived I ,o .
In drives or jaunts about the IraN +
your '
here at
on tie belated train reaching i I I cu
IA. Saxon, of Pomp Do is visitlmrI I 3:40|hlS morning to, ptnd a Jew. days iou ). ,II!:. l :- ": T he little!boys and girls will be. happy to know that good old Santa .1.t Ya

.transacting business itt,,the,cltji ; as he guests of )Ir. B. B. Tatiim. bards Lemon City )'ou.11 flu I at the:!I Claus ha* made, his home with u* from now until. Xmas eve, and 'h* hat n : r.', .

.while Mr. Blackburn is at conference toroer of 'Lemon avenue and the cum| brought hundreds of dolls with him.for cut little children.. He has dress ,, I t. '

at d lando. jy( road a1: ono-etorv concrete building Ii 2S ed dolls andN ndressed doll; big and little doll; white and black dolls. #
: tralnmster of they occupied: by J. E. PeaJle'o;i & Co, and caVthe I 'I r
i F. McVeigh, I You should cute little: baby dell he has and the big 9-foot doll In'
Co t .. Is In the city < k bustnee' if you <mil walk irside you ",oulJ Ii : "; ;
I..Tie dance to be given at the Fair her fancy party dr I" Old Santa: has some nice things for >.thtfboo; too. ) !
fediwlth his office.lltch Q Buffing I tonight by the JOIIL; ladies be surprised to see the mount and Tool chest and drum*, and nice little furniture for doll house > ti
quality of'stocu': : carrion bj1 this! Paterising I"-
t ) I",
com ilimentary to their gOllllt>men Come to our store and bring your parent, and parents bring your chiliten. -< '
,'of this city has gone Iriei ds promises to be a most enjoyable ) f:|r-H. You w 11: :n<: there t ; .We haveja scene tha \will delight the hearts of the little folks.. W* -
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nock of dry g-wls and othtrg! tit: *I .
.''Angustine'for treat eat in tbd flab and one of the strict socletj; want them all to see the Veritable fury land with Its wonderful shay of' '
equals in e're! and quail'r that of 8rillage '
[ hospital there. I|! functions of the early seasou ThfBlsciyne > .: Christmas miffs and Important the grown folk are the price*. '' I I.
times the slz of Lento
orchestra will furnish the fifty ,(1 Watch ouj weft show wlndow Sunday: and Monday: f'I 'I' ,
arc and btJ'. When asked if th. Ir buslnes* ... ,' 1 1i
In "
ness I. music and light refreshment will be i It will help you get onto the holiday spirit beter than any justified such an outlay of money, the] (
|way, or Emerson plan sen ad. : j I I \ O} '
Bosh ft: Bafford flato Co. proprietors answered it and saldj : '
,_V' that the (I people in that section demanded -]i .
( ; .to the lateness In the arriv first class goods 01 none at aJtj; l
i. & G. Worley, of St. AJgutlne, Ii Or.IDC. i
al f the train from the north thlimoritng ( (The stock carried by thli firm today.
i city the guest of, brothei I i
A.Wortey the well known 1't. &. !i the steamer Martinique die amounts to 18,645.oo.co Ing to an BUR I INE & QUAI.T RMAN
not tet away on her trip to Key Westand inventory' Just taken and this In t

I Havana until 11:30 o'clock .she town of about 350 people.)! .,

", H. MeaJ and dAnghter.14 of walling far passengers and' mall m D I I 300 and 302 Twelfth Street. "semi...Florida

W.Va, regular[winter ria' tklsrain. She haj out an unusuallylarge 1 Among the Improvements now being I 1.I .

'and guests of .Marcf l: Villa. ., at !I'freight and about thirty,passen' made In Miami by the F. E. C. Hotel I 1 :'I '

this morning! for th e$eason.Fred'k. j gers. System Is the laying of a new stone' I '

J:/( I curbjngs/ and, sidewalks around, allot .......................... ... ......... ..... ..
S;: Morse let$, last nigh I r J. R. and R. E. Shanahan, sons of I the property of the hotel and adjacent I \ I 'I

cksonrllle and St. AngusUne or. Mr. ind Mrs. M. Shanahan who own i i grounds :jvhich embrace; i the hotel

:i and will probably I r v.nrn Sat bea tiful winter home on East Twelfth grounds the golf links ai d park and I I 4' NT I tI

morning j : sire* st' besides other valuable propertyin residence both on Thirteen h stud Fourteenth -I "

': t ils city came down this morning streets, and whlcl wi'J lend I
.,"E. Herring. Florid] Jll'S8E'Dre'. fron : their home in Gran-J Rapids, greatly td the attractiveness und apoIlCaranee I ;

i for the popular L. A j :. ir In lb'I I j;: Micl u, and will prepare thc'r home bf such parks "

y for his Cr! t ti st and It; for i he early reception of their pareiAs work' rropejanJ /
I i I The la being the supervision I
11 surprised- at the f-ize ant ,and! other members of the fau'ily.M of ,. who :: ; : '
r of Miami '| ; } :: : ; ;
.t i [ when I has been with the construi:tlon department Ttjysand. I
... -s. Waters jot Au telle, Ga, of the F. E. C. Rail ray for several : ; I
nk Gallatt, the well known bar- she conducts: one of the moat fashionable year and who was Instrumental i

received a newt' fourhorsento j I and.most popular summer bard. In the I building of all of the j I 1.I I i
\ which he will I ,
IU'eIIIiD. arrived in Miami Mat nigh -
Inc looses, streets and hotel Improvements of Mi t
I his shop. Mr. Gnat will also for $ha winter. She will probably be I ami. He! Is, a valuable man to the I .<.

'a dynamo and' wlllshorly beble able to announce that she has tecnnrd I company, for whatever he jdoes Is done t t '

,, own electriaUchts.t a house here In a day or two whlibwlllj jl property and carefully. '

.be used as a ,winter boarding j i J
large launch LocUefone of the hoarse to for many of her Georgia ;
As a result of the derailing of train .
i to tbe""' K.: C. Ry] surveyors friends.Captain. I I ;
., HI' No. It Tuesday afternoon'above TUn:' )r' U1ida6Ood .
c IB the BTS.cam*'up yrtterdayuned I .
morning vllle train No. tt due here at 7 o'clock
again thus with Bob Denny in the pleasure ,
morning did In until
yesterday: notj get :
I tons of supplies ? larlous launch Pocahontas returned this morning .
tort o'clock last night-twelve hours late ', '
Beach1 where be w&t !
{from Palm while No. %9. due here at ':65 o'clock .
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. Wd% '' ui.w r ; .
jWonlans last nlPto'dI.1 not arrive <4< o'clock t
..-ment party,_ of bridal f "
Cross a couple No. due at 7 !
this morning Again r
long Mrs. P. report J99 ( J j
of MrA. H. Carter aboard. Captain Denny i iMr.1and <
o'clock this behind time .l' } I : .
arter and'Mrs. R. vJcarter. arai morning was ) \. \ \
Mrs. Crom enjoyed .
did rrrlve until 12 today. tt
they and not noon I', ,
[ the,Southern tastt] night and bad "
and good
; Immensely i No. 99 artvlns at 7 o'clock last night) "
nd some time ana probably fishing and bunting: while en I t I. tAT
brought In the mall and passengers t ,
i here They returned North from I IJrI. '
of the derat'ed train. A portion of the

'" Bea paper mall from the wrecked ', R Clements traveling pasaen-

nt for the Ocean SUamshlp thet' Mt*. .KeUutn I In receipt was Into water-soaked the ater.but I from few Wing o4 'the dumped letters SMITHS.I.I

j. Is In this city today to a telegram from Mr. Kellum ho w<
suffered a wetting. Returning from
than '
of this popular Hlne.[ to Punta Rasp! several day ago ont this .
In here train No. 78 got morning
there Is no better equipped I
the Hushes Boatlns ho '
at 6 olclock, and No. 98 will leave f
*"T, I IV : view at towing It here tB .
rJ e
; thor tonight oral! schedule time | o'clock.: All '

auUne. hotel charter purposes the comii 4 trains: toJ I and, from Jacksonville atpresent B STO E. '
| Foster of 8L Au rep season, saying that he has Sanford ( :
gO around by and Orange }
Guide of Washand fOK
"': the better Standard known 'to tourists I, the ( project* he find that .bandonl' CitylJunctlon.I A force of trainmen ;.1' ,: t t .
condition to '
!.ot a .. are at work clearlnlf tho wreck

.of" I*the In' the East cit Coast, oday as In .the! .t and urn rough home In trip.a day He or Is twa expected to ] and repairing that. : the tomorrow trestle the and' schedule It Is believed ,f Next{ Door to Ey. B. 'Douglas. '.
I:of his, publ aUo which b I .: ; ;
II .ft .
mainly to hotel ai id I tr&cspor-: schooner will have I been: restored to and fromthenorth.i r'. I ii r'
The auxiliary : r
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i dverUlng.. _.I. ownd by Mr. Wyeth. of New YorKand ;I : t tI

in command of Capt Brayne Balt I
_.L. A. Harris. mothejjW Hon. W. ; aflernoo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 3COOOO
from Mon Into port yesterday | I, I, I "J
[Harris- State Senator 1 cat' ill spend the winter in these ana; Thousand Dollars 'I II .. -- --- -. -.. -
to Fifty r-----
a passenger going t I
IT..a. steamer nt waters. Mr. and Mrs Wyet 1 .As the result_of a free for ell CKht; :,rfrom the venue cutter Forwirfl. also NOTICE. .i.!

ilqne id City 17 Tlslt today her on od jibe end family:' '.hoi! 'are aboard are well known they:j I. THE !v\ORKlXG OF'CAPITAL' among'.the crew of the U. S. quartermaster 'Ijihs cluse by at the same dock: were I A special meeting if the stockholders II IIi

Hatfis came isruing 1 fP 'Is5; pp nt last winter here cnd cot$; department steamer General :'summoned and the scrap quelled one of 'the Tropical-} )Home IL-JXOW
Mrs. .
pe winter.from New Organs. ing north In their yacht late in thc|r The First National 1 Bank ; I French lying at the terminal dock.awa:6ng 'of the men \Vm. Burke, put 1n irons ment Company, .of Miami. Fl'-rida' Is i

--- spriig. The party has been oa the-! Of Moan l repa'lrs to hW boiler i last and taken. aboard the cutter until this hereby called for Wednesday I December 3
bet t several weeks and spent some? of them have beads when he delivered
-nouBu, the carpenter" nwchlnlstkglneer night several sore niornlng was to 14. 1901. at the oFlre of the .com
of the Royal Balm Hotel time at Dungeness. Ca. bunting. l>ut, AND ITS ASSrTjSoATixft 1\\eau 11.0.1\\0 of'the number languish I: the ,City Marshal Flanagan and locked up
p&D11n Miami. Florida, for the purpose .
here several da is. the other cams direct here from Fernandlna the]; THOUSANDDOLLAKS 'l'I.IHI-F: city: Jail one of them on a charge of :in the city jail ou the charge ot usjuanU of voting on the proposition,I( to '

Tof the help which|rlll prcrE i down being pleasant and unetentCaptaln -] I SIJKdTODK1'OSITOKS being drunk and<< disorderly!' and the and battery, while Jas. Ncedham Increase the capital stock to woo,ooo.

eondltlon by reno aUng. etc. fuLChatles.I Ball with his brother.trip -ABSOLUTE other on a cbarge.of assault andlbattery. another of the crew, was taken from and other business tojcome' before the

be down before fhe 15th or : own the crack little I'lea.ure1acit PROTKCTION. vLtlJERAL The fight Ita ed'about midnightand Xhe French and locked up on a charge meeting. '

f.This, lIo..e1'er.n11 glvo ample Klondike, of this port. and may 'ACCO nll 'DATIOXS AND was of such a nature ,that the ; at being drank and disorderly. Too M. V. Brows.I'Sec." ..

0Jr preparing'the b\\*[ totel for earn the lidrt to go back la her thiseaaoiL TJI3. BEST. FACILITIES. captain of the steamer was powerlessto much "red eyee" 1* Is said precipitated t t ,

of.guests on le opening.Fl. J .The Edrls Is lying at the BernInoU oeoeoeoeo i iI eoec.a. ,.!,annul the'\.el. erentL' osteen 'Abe fight. -" .Horse for sale; f 11 Second ,tree(. t tI tr

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e HE COLORED PEOPLE I I LJ Was Cut to suit- Miami Conservatory, of Music, > > (

Dade Title Insurance
1 AND f liC .Suited Him FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH. Director TI"
I }dr. J. Harry iu the tiij "ues ternoon an.I nit waji hi. I and as t-tat we areorkinjj Complete course In Piano, Voice Violin/ and Expression. I and Trust C of Miami F1HICORPOIAT0.

i Classes in, Languages, Harmony, History of Music t Sight Singing, Etc. .
Some of the {'iconnut Grove people''I, Reasonable rates. Modern.Method.. Send for dialogue. (. .
ere In the city eMeray on IxiRineK FACULTY : I I
order to kcejt$ ahead of PIANO. Franklin Coleman Bush-Stern Conservatory of Music Berlin. Ce'r : Paid Up Cuttil $ o.oo.oo 1- : Snrplns S12.000.0f

Mr. 'liavid fib n. luipea to "n.p..r.. ordt4s. All' this has many.VOICEMiss. i i t ; i
I our I t Insures land title, prepare ahstratcs of title. loaaa 'tad far.-.
le beautiful dw.UmK! on tomorrow Hanna Phoebe Shlppee-Bostdn.
,. been bro lght bout by i] ; money on Its own account and jf or othw*. Acts M acmt. '
VIOLlN.-M. Franklin Coleman Bush, Stern Conservatory of Music. Berlli
to. eaeeutor -
fact; trustee assignee, receiver, or gaardlaa.Address .
1'Irasa s'"t $QU re wllh the no. bo) : the satisfaction hch: follow EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE,-,JMI.s Lllla B. Carey. Detroit .. communications
f all to
,u that ii.thin can start' off anew 's our l'work. j LANGUAGES.-MUt Hattie Carpenter. Columbus' Ohio.
; 3. L. PATTERSON. Sec. and Treas.< ""

Mr. J. M. DmT le left this morning I Io I i ..ar..s4. a.MA1aMfe.+. y .fI. .t.....
i1if! I
e Jacksonville bEt. "-ne inlflniti. .
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y. I ; f0 C4 C C Cks

makes l Pants to your I.Ny : : :.

They slth'ore f :Mr Jam.ld! t'D
measure from i '
\ Is now iiuttlfaranc s on a splendid ap- .I I I It's Pine

Ii \ **. I The j. A. MCDONALD co.AND Mighty
Vr-and, Mr'. 1c: ;'. O'I\ll'I! a Tt'sl, $4:PO PUP ,
.knee: lan.-arlng... mpletlon on Avenue BUY Y?UR nt ) OF OURS

J-J.and Sl'vr.l.th! treet, and a r-i'Catchy' Suit ... Long Leaf Yellow I I11"

r : .\ if t..j "jultt dote" t'll and delicious
A'a dainty fancy
Mr. Geter er II now "uparlng: Pine Framing
as; low as, I cakec are sure you will be interested to learn that
cell bls place ter business through at $16 per I M.Boards : .ur new baker \is "making something new" in this line
through.. i ( for Ut<. \\e! think they eJ/ccl/ any cake we hate yet Reea.
-I '. $2j2.00iVe I I Tho-e w bo hare tried them ccme back. Wont JOB try them
'The dwelling it sea of Me:: IOnd Mratt.lbnrD same price. We also sell .ime. Brick Lot kinds],

II belpg beautlfuHy alnted. Cement Sash Doors, Moulding, and whatever else a Orders taken Now For Christmas Cakes
;. y Mr. George Niller. When rom pletL '
F \ I builder requires at lowest possibl figure.
rd It will make iulte a nice rhowlng.I :
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Guarantee:! our pork or gire I > -1 .
'.. this writln ..... B'atriee Bart ttack the money, yoq paid for It Too Know Where We Are--14th; street. Miami, Fin < >
Uylac 011 Fourth r.reet II 00 the lick < >
Ut .Dr. Butler I the attendlllg! phy.Ylelan WORLEY, OI>>CI CI CI CI CI CI CI CI CI OOCI CI CI CI 00 CI iI: 000Q0 ; CI ooo.c 0 CIOCI. 01:10OO:: 0 0 0 MI I 4t > JOHN SEYBOLDMiami

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I.; Next to{Firat t'National. 1 BankMagtbvCity 000000000000000000000000000000600000000000000000000Many < > r
Florida. Twelfth '
iXr. W. J. Montgomery aDd Missaria < >
''Buc.haDaa last .kinds of Stiff ,
> ame In eight I
;ltiba Florence. C. to locale for Ute I

bier. are called, I d ,_ _
I ;. Iliterary I Drug J Store. <
Stable Manures: : I . . . .-. .
1 tomorrow nlghL1itt.'J. ''
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1 U. Dlagie is preparing to liD Dade, County ,Farmes : r. : = a -- '
ii.hls place of business with firstclasmertes J. A. RULER;:M. L.I. 0 0. H.STILUEY IE TS. AND'r ,
of aU kinds. < Proprietor. |\ and Truckers e a......It,.... at..

J.--. Co I s..e, o.ur.na ...:
,Tonight there will be preaching at !lgs. Patent),I Mdkines. ToiletArtfcles.SBiiriesPfrfiBery \ Sure need the BestN e- e. : . . . .

I" Primitive Baptist.Chorea by Dr i
$iwaan. We'' Know that there wll :
Composted tad Well 60rted _
be t crowds to flock. to hear him. and Stationery. Wm.curry's Sort
'r 8tors I It can only(,be had in one way. Address Box 135. Miami. ;
may Only: Drug! In Colored Town
The friends of Mrs. T. W.Gall RavvffiaDeutered = .
EJ. W. c -:
cox.ATX nrra atagrT.PssuuIuusHsssIsessssP
? lard will be glti to learn that he hast Key West. Florida
to any station north of Miami fit IUS a ton. AaItaUon
'fturned to work after an absence 01 HEADQUARTERS FOR
south of Miami. f<.W* ton j
t few days on account of Illness. '

-I ORANGETREES CALL ON HUGHES & CO., Ship Chandlery, Building
Ih'1| W. W. VNIell has opened s
(try nice. shop ji ist south of the Magic Who hancN the Miami ttade. Materials Of ;All Kinds.

City dug'.tore nd solicits patronagi G. B. Stephens agent for Little Rlrer. I ISoooxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiocxooobQooQooooaxxxrcooooooaxx1 ,
n whatever.she I i may hare (that yotMr. : :: :: Coal and Ice, Steam marino Railways, Machine SaopsFor

Want I -- All kinds ol repairing. lk.iler"Ud Steam Fitting can be done at t
/ fine toUP.. { !Orange UortiHt/ notice in the best possible manner by expert skilled medial
Joseph Johnson, better know Fruit (
and Grape!1 Treeson I IGEO.
__ la off the key!
"Jumper., clime SourOran e and Roug-i: --
.''oesday night i here he has been fu Lemon totojkS in prime I

ever*I,! weeks with the surveyinf: I condition for planting now H. $ih93iiContracting ;

[ \' F. EL U. R,. working. ,
I Write for our 1905( catalogue -
which ;jjrneH' de- 1 ?*% J t *> wnrav -( "
11.Le; H. N wman will In a In t scriptionH and I prices on iil 4i Electrlcie

..,., tote Magic City to jolt Oranges anti Grape Fruit. I

,her husband.', ... R qv. Newman.. He title I also on other 'Fruit trccx. Launch Supplies,
ti I graphed her on Tuesday night; i.nd sent Shade Trees, Roses and & Etc. .
-the money for transportation. II13 Avnue C 3Iiaml.JFlorida.\ Write for pricesPIEE .

Those mho arrested In becom Glen St. Mary .Nurseries.. 1 tarnished hou"'" of 4 to 10 room at $&1.
Sons and FOR RENT. for the Tourist !' :20! furnished
lui members of he Order of J: to $125 each -ealot.n.

Iwnghters of J COb will be glad toe G.1. label.. Propfktor.Bat rooms at ,five dollars ti> sin!< per week.FO' : & HARD I

|kao!] that Initl tion' of members will A"i&rI\h of city residences at from $fM to
fbI4a. .
"IK condnetel I next Tuesday. Night 7. 6k.St, MarJ' R.SALE $4000.'Oacant lots $ICI; to $5<<0. One utile

at .Barn, *ell's H ,1'_ .f the city limits on the Orange Glade rock road we have a very desirable i I
.MMMMiMMMMMMMtNashville suberban Ohio settlement forming, don't; you want to join UK? We,i
Rev P. E. Si earingen;;; the able P. haveoranpe and grape fruit jroves( all kinds of improved and unimproved HOUSE PAINTERS
,r IK..ol| the Jacksonville district of tht L ni5Y1l1e ,& I land.suitable for fruitft.truckin and: farming. All of these at the
LOWEST TERMS. General; condition govern pricw..1 i iI
|M...E.J; Church 'ame In last night enj X
j note''to KeyV St where he will hold Raiifoad( I I 1
C. Carroll & F.I' W. Amason North of
; Mtuart'erly confe-eon*, after nhlch h
return" to tog f f"w Magic City on Tueday's Fastest Time Toy:JFinestServc Successor to C. C. Carroll. '(/tlicelt f; ve. D. North near 3rd Street First National Bank Miami, r '

boat and hold quarterly onfersued .
at Rev B. rtley's rhnrch All Points, North, Wes CI -

A L ;- and Northwest. RuTTY F.W.: H\
Today,. aIS p. 'm.. little dIn Eveline BROS.Machine I
Taylor celebrated her fifth birthday at .
if I Tlironsrh 1'tillman 1)rawtnJ.:' Ro> '
1 the residence a her parents. Quite alUtle sleeping cars I from Architec, and .BUII
: er
number' of bei I friends joined Birmingham I -
jat I this 'tv and several! llttlr Jacksonville to. ShopGasolene
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1 Nashville Evan,villeChicagb now have in 1 ty employ one;of the best
presents were! ; ten her as a toke draftsman in t ic SouIhJ and;;am better
..T their Joy U u-ir little friend's fifth St. Louis, Pensacola. Mobile prepared than ver for furnishing: ..* '
',1rthIaJ; little plays were In- and New Orleans. : and details tor :ZIMX.1 buildingi.: fine cabs
+ I Kerosine
t and
dulged In by tie little folks and al! ; net work etc. I am now' headquarter

r ..u-anjr..departed year full t i r enjoy glee hoping anther to such live j I I liSt Dining) Car : Sen ice in toe I i [ Repairing a Specialty EngineJl for work turned usually wo k.done scroll in, a sawing fiusr and CLSSlaniny all
I SOl tho Decant .free reJinin chairs I ....... l' mill.

party.1J 1 k .' I 1 I,, GENERAL, REPAIR WORK.SHOPS Send mo your order for doors !and win-
The,: memuer of the Literary" of thin; Route of the famous "Cliicajjo; and 1
=t cnyl j,mill\ pun'haw" a \ ry nice swtnc 'I' Florida Limited." '. He sure jonr J I 501 SEVENTH STRECT. MIAMI.: FLORIDAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO dow frames ballusters |brack( t. etc.

lag lamp to bj I used for Its purposes i ticket roacl.j'a L, information it X. Pot rateficliednlet call-, I i and be convinced I MIADu, FLAAmerica's '
school faculty and full l I t
lit the school houKe. The ,
on or write. j I i
having purabai.ei a splendid plane '
leer the use .if i be tll'hool.anrl It is pus -G. ( I .
E.JHerringi Most J Perfect Whee
I I I Hudson Co.AVENUE ;!
table the payment that !the
way be part their and be used also I D. MIAMI, FI.A. i iI ''The H.a =
by them at their meetings. So, having en. The rent o| the house given {by Y9Ie.

rood light combined with goo ..e nee no reason, why the better mlnd"l|l think.. i i! ,..I-i I I I Anything and Everything for the Bicycle Differs from the ieycle. Pushes! one-fourth
{ 4.f the city fhould not come I
: easier, and i ig propelled the same j
tt, these meet ng .' Come out on Friday A more-thrifts Industrious way.
,for ;We need every thought-'! is not found anywhere' in th; Star I AT THE RIGHT I PRICES I Ij The less the fri :tion the easier the push. J

r 11' 1- "IDCk.1}1 he_ells.s' \1r I I or than woman In the tba1s Magic'city.( any good Etcry in all'nun': IK j RsUer (!vets tile first Th. .... .Sir til I Usa*. MtM sheen it SL l sMfeirttt \. I II I The Racyde hay! I less friction on its Crank Bearing

The following are the presents given putting forth every effort to buy build I Tta.Ike IIIr tss-kmtvAIr Tires.|6o4 ten *s4 vtoxMurt Nocks .:. than any other bicycle.
i.>> ;Mr. Joseph Thomas Jackwm and and beautify his or her ho.ite, and t I 1
Miss Janle ){'Marguerite Hart Cheap
i No Shoddy or Cheap Goods. Shoddy or
wedding nigh\ Nov. :3. by the groom' them putting up a little for P1LZmbingi :
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mother, Mrs.. manda Jackson, of Jack! rue No people tan ever. Jtanmtrto f '
Nuns ; 1! AN work lIOtiIve: Honville. and )Irn. L. Jackson. anything who falls to be thrifty ami In repair
Pita sister( t ils, city.\ His mother gave lnstrlou. Rut Mill there are some, > |right bring it'back andWe'll ;' I hate an up-'o-_date plumbing establishment( s

a beautiful band-made croquet,.quilt of us who are not economizing as,we Makd :I Connection: with ,my Bicycle i I Emporium, and
a '. a floe rug a check bearing a com- .hould l fortable an1. a house and'UH and a Cut when we remember that It takes prepared to do the h'stfork.. Call and see"me. ;

handsome right piano. Mr Jack. much time to ,accomplistf all thlnRH, .1 i :
MU of this city gave a croquet bed and that shadows. are not nut;stance* n..n't throw your braw plugged; ri'r-'t; tins nu.I,'. Kitlur _I
j ingle tube or"<1 &J tire.. \\Vll re',.t .l.'+<, them ;"I\I'n.k: tl'em: n. w M. j. MCDONALD
stead, a 1a p, a" trar and f:O.Ou IPcasbc or that feathers; ;do not maheV.rds.jwe i ; ,,
There)here many presents civ 1 1i halt then (infra thanst OOOOOS& vCOSOCOOOOOQOOOCOOOOOO**! I I''

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HOUEADVOCATED a greater part of the'season if they '

ARE ; YOU FOR,* TOURISTSTampa could only be supplied with what they Hinson House
'I" want in the way of lodgings and[surroundings.
pr Fesstntmrd Times Discusses i Matter of In a system of suitably.
I I I Much Import He''re. located cofuvei they could take I Fare Newly Furnlsned. new location. Rate SI.&OJ per'dai i
GOING.1oBUILD I SPECIAL BY WE K. 331 14th* St. ;
i : Discussing of themselves and make their expenses:
the plan ot erecting tenement .
Jhouses for the use I of tourists aa great or as small as they desired.! :|! Located on the bank.of Indian River. Finest Hunting and FUhlnaln Fiji'
;I {IIrl?' Once a thing of this kind'Is begun it'
I In win time the Tampa Times di.casseafa'matter !
) (I would grow as It has grown in ba11- The ijtoteiA.
ttessost des'EratiaqRNEYS' : that Is of much Import Fort Pierce .
fornia. We need not go further away
I i tall places in the State end none
A LAW. ,, than Miami. The Timesin than the East Coast of Florid to; see I
I I ji more BO!{ practically the same thing In successful I, .L RkMUlIN.laxt mt Mw cr
la an eoartt.BUI and Federal par! says:
iaeUtUc for cusxtalaiaM pert.ethd'I'i If so, we would like to fLI At bd! time In history has Tampa operation i: I, bit )21 U SitftU$ttlnj: (*tn.t t) tt itcti. H OUT I'U ]CE, FI.ORIUA
terest you in using theM From St Augustine to Miauil ,
1 I I iiiany from th'rel -
had .J visitors the north (
I7. Miami. Places I 1, at this; ,date an now. These (tmpleare : are ,a score of little cities and towns]i The

.SZAOOS, L D. rOIDes r : ami Lime Stone iiitifbrnily'" pll'uti.-I with l what they whose main support Is derived from I '
: nee, t iiiany of them maniU-m sur: the money spent| by their winter! \1, WaverlyHouse.j SI nfai
was tied Crrk rbar.w y. | prisei at KO few people (make a spa\ itors. Across the bay at St. Peer--I i
$.ddeaes istb aU4eoraer The will ot a building i'''clalt ] burg there are hundreds of people, '
i ; preparing and caring for I
av. C constructed of his atone whose Incomes are greatly augmtlnted 108 WIIkSL : '
R1DA. andM'Ople who wish to MRS. ISABELLA WELLS. i| lest fk.
h are by their receipts: from the same
the winter _
season, .
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[J. M.JACKSOH, n .. j It does. Keen as if it would\ be a good source Here In Tarawa It makes no!! -O M t+- tb' ; _
small item even in Incomplete ;
lI1jrre Proof paying {proposition to invent a few our very il CornerAlene 8 aoi I .
I 1 '' and awkward way of providing
ornci: thou' nd'dollar. In tile kind of buildIng THE
L BISCATKK 1b.OCK,Apt D.FLORIDA. anil'' other accommodations our for visitors who wish to spend sometime Go A. MULlfR.I.1 I._ I
j.1 away from the cold of ; .
TkMI and practically trerlactlac I wlntej- tYlsitors/ wish to have ,at their
.. I After once up then la BCezpenM :i comntaBd.d.I the northern winter. With rll thesu
k of repairing or indisputable facts so plainly before + h
I- W. B. RQSH.i painting, The Bnt coat .. I It would seem that there. ought; not ns It is strange that no enterprising
to bejliir difficulty in effecting an organization SAN .
tat HtUe more than wood citizens nave banded together the CARLQS i
with sufficient for
monk greet;rPbiw. m.IAMI. I' : capital to
while thePermanent ] purpose Indicated. Besides the immediate 1
a .under
,-9th S- I put way at least an experimental :
profits-which1 ,
could be worth
( Ig .FLA. I jScneme In this direction Twenty f
: Cost ''he thousand dollars would be sufficient of c.on'arderatlon-we these people here would long hold p1anr1!j!, roncmIk Opea ttjtx> .U.50Jtt < i... .j{ .
;beDS | i for a beginning.j; The bulk ;, 8l.ar veti to CoamtrcUt
\ them to become acquainted and| feel HAMrLE KOOMS
C'r. of the .money might be |employed in pu 10181
conHdertnf repairing repatrinc. at borne. At least of them .t I hit tike L
building and some would .((L KkJ Details simply furnishing
a number ,
r:Balldlngs SpedBoatioas of All sad[lade Fine Made. la much less thaa | -of cottages In a suitable location. be won to make this city their permanent I .-. ._I_.' ._. . . . .1. . 4'0MSNNOMNe
wood: The appearance la home enlarging the
iRMtdenees, a Specialty. j' while I a competent manager man population --- --- ....._ ;
11 much superior to other and capital and bringing to mps .'.'.'
ni aj
# considerable
Omct,1315.'tTtXUE D. specially! qualified for the business Accommodation first I t
I materials aa the reinforcement of energy arise Yfev of tM Bar
could bo the rest. The task before hIm I;
LTER DEOAHMO.,. the buildings being ready for occnpancf uun\bers and enterprise. The public !
n I' Ar electoral Possiblities art I Just prior to the beginning otI benefit would be no small Item. I\ THE BAY !

roloJLteot 'j Unlimited. I the season. would be to attract ten, VIEW 'I:
| ants.I' 'hick might be begun br a little

mul of, Metropolis building. We,,taw the stone to any -judiciplis1' advertising such as Is put Take the Big Boat. I : .
tStolZ 1I 1> 'Miami. Fla. size. We hare tamed '! out for hotels andre ort.. This would -

cohunas and planed mooJd.I i be serf t to the northern homo Add"1 I 'I P.M. CONNOLLY. Proprietor 1

::R. n. sEVnmjR. I, tugs : of alt people who are habitual or occasloial '.'
jt. Broken atone for Itsbbl. (; r winter visitors'' to 'the city. j t "
Wrv t'j :
Attorney' j Walla, crushed: rock to? Maqyi of j I those who make their homes The CLYDE will make regular trips
> ; j1 81. ', Sidewalks ant A No. 1 herd) {luring the season Would be glad daily to the Beach leaving the Stont Next to Terminal Pier. Opoalte Railroad Depo
... Hed.raranic.lsr t
I practice la all..tte.t'Curpor.uia.the | *. I Lime always on band. 'fo spread and second It with their Dock at 2.00 p. m., landing at the new I MIAMI PL.A.

: ;Rut E uu a.4|)Proba.a Lawsiren friendly advice and commendation. ferry dock Juct north of the )Jetties, ..........a->,..iMe4.e>a*. ...........t.tt..
B.il4l..,. UJU. ELL I I The! ,rents should be reasonable, andS where every facility is tarnished for -- ,f,
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the acommodations\ in proportion. The ., good bathing and the Beach being entirely > > I
i surroundings should bej agr ablp. cut off by the training wal( from I l'
iT& c. M. ROGERS '\ With the right kind of manager the the treacherous current bom Norrii

211cr : e tjrprlse ought to pay a good dlriI Cut Inlet, there Is none ot that under f The ndiill cnlaiScd '
CIVIL ENGINEERS'> ], : I 1 1 I dett ti.I on'' the capital Invested, and as tow which makes sea bag so dan- e Southern : modern
l aoobj as! this is once [ilho..D lobe procLl, 1 e
Jis BiiUiu. 1''.. 4Ji 1-2 tvrelfllStrrtUliui. white i practical one of two results would follow No channels to follow going over; M, rot lasrelled.

i. Floriii.i ,:] Cither the capital would be long walk after yon get there and !
largely I increased and the project f* [

|EO. L. MCDONALDiftwirl ,i 'j: t!. need tended' or to private the full capital requirements would of take the ONLY 25 CENTS FOR {[fHE A. FOKSSELL Proprietor

:, Qn iiOrry Co.1AMI j upitbe" [ work and the lame desirable ROUND TRIP. ': RATES FROM tlMJ UP
...tad ..WlyWlq iMd a .pcwtl !I end would ,b arrived at. There are
>OUT QEOVU FLA.ContractordBuild. four 1 or '...thoosand people, who go TAKE THE BIG BOAT Corner Eleventh Street tad A*eaue,B I : ;

'j I I thnfagh Tampa without a long stop. MIAMI FLORIDA. '
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A. W. OR-AH a An r ,Ifi fi f MASTER 'SALE. I Ij I N, + 1 HOTEL BISCAYNE

". I raptor aJa.'ecka.la, t- I '
ate..atNtactMad Let aw apse !Under and by virtue or a decree of :Com& and See Us
r_aY saw'yo -" "fe I +
..iaal.FIuri4a t'reclosure and sale Issues out of the

,FRED RUTTEH Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ,. Opposite, the Postoffice. MIAMI FLORIDA I .t':'

C roust of Florida.. In and for Dade I

rt11 Contractor oradl K' IIBlastlnK. Cranty. in a cause therein pending 000\TOCK IS Now Open-Season p o>l toiay\ } 1905.THEJEFFERBON.

.f .' 'II w tierela the Bank of Bay Blsoayne, acorporation. l FaH L.II I Hardware f "
Well. Drilled. Sidewalk* complainant end Stu- { '
and Road Construction a t H. Hale Ji defendant the undersigned S'IA I S H and j t Salem Graham I : 5I

tUnE M. PARRJSH, Special Matter in Chancery DOORSPAINTS FarmingsImplements I '
I$8tanoaraph an< Typewriter will sell at public auction in front of I I ; IS
ft Hfortl;Dcj>u lti<*.,..ulI..'d1L.ekr Lie court house door, at Miami. nor I
of Shorthftd Office Prices Low
4 TweUtil Btrs.t.' | l w* .. U4S amd.iH. u> ':CIII. first Monday in January. A. D. ; 7
esieru P"-<<1j I! 1 1O5, the same being the second: day" i ", 7t

.,- o[ said month to the highest cad beat j. WATSON I I
.1, .C!' Maynard, b cider for cash, the following described -,. I. y. ,I FORMERLY THE HOTEL KEY W ,,ST t
real estate of Stuart IL Hale the .
JOSHUA CURRY. -- Preavkr s
defendant and being'
i GRADUATE OP'flClAN'Ii' situate lying .
I .
',Maynard 80;). Jewelers In Florida,the ,county or so much of Dade thereof ana aa State may beuOcient of. I, Toe climate of tde Ztst Cmst of Flor1* OPEN AIL TilE YEAR. RATES $3.001 I j A 1MA) \D II,

,Awaw D XHI la ftm Ofiotlite to satisfy said decree andcosts t 15- nearer perfection than\that ofj auC. / 1.i

p I i of sale towlt:. other place on earth. 44 On. Half Block from Terminal Key WestJHori a .
JI01f Y Lou forty-nine (49) and seventy I.

$Wire s.. is....... TO)business of McDonald's center of plat Cocoanut or map Grove oftie lWA.E: =l.Oa: : VILLA ;

hlch plat 1s recorded In Book "A" oflats t

Ea,le,Enter Shor.. of the Dade County Land ReoIda. -' 0 tr1 Opposite :Royal Foiaao.Corner : : Pars: :

at page 16. being part of Lot one :
Chairs., 1 NoWiitio.i\\ i I
'I (Hi. townhlp -
1)), of section twenty-one ThlrUcath Street and Avenue B.ftc .
];Best Sen-ice in the City. !I IOLBY. I fifty-four ((64) Sooth;'rene fort,.-
\ '" fPl' ''' >ne (41) east. l ? N NIJ Miami IFlorld.a .
prietoll''I : :
20 Twelfth if* t. i,,, R. H. Seymour
.- Special Master in Chancery. +1A i I
VfilBNEYCUREKUte i 1 I Patterson Erwin \ i

> .jv smd Bla44w RlgM i I r Solicitors for Complainant t i'1' oa Afphcalica. Write lor PES ,PVATICNS.

; MIAMI!Iii '.;,BARGAIN, I" STORE' Ornipnil 4; \ tJ\ETFOPOL ;:: I .

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P.-gee .r., .tWorsteds, \\1 Dress Va''e ">> t \ ; :
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kBifSWS.L Wj GAUTIER. Prop., .I I 1010 llendorf Blak. AvfOueD. CHAS YES

I Ip tad ta* ftaww crap Gram Plmppl FUiUtltu, Proprietor
c.er.d ar..r sad TtUM Ftnu of ta nutrj trlktUr; t*


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Eh0ice': mats' ,I' Live Berl 1 Hrate. Choicest Poultry. r'

[ .e; Polite Attention Steak. Chops and Fish. Oysters in any Style '

'" By tbequarl.'plaie or gallon. Gam: In Season.

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Just received at the [7 The handsomest line of Indies' ready to wear skirts, suits, outsi'Je coats, both in

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:Wtary I Rider Plod Along Leaden C Nunally'sCAhDY' The WHO ISYOUDruggist : ; !

f rr| Have Ridden 1.394 Mile.
= '! ? == When ,in DoubtPIagB4wSerges
New York,II 8_-=The end of the I = ,
t1;;,J w"_ bicycle race, arms In sight Thistmdruingl /, Pure Biscayne
t ..Jas aaounced that Cald .. =-_ _._ = I
;.elr I and lloojer were out of the( con- -- I -.-.
l tart fur eoo<
fe I och dlstrcBs,hat..he.might be obliged i Drug All of our Drugs.Chemicals ...
quit at anl1tim. E : andpreparations == That's. f..r choice of c1o h. About the making of the
r I' At eight o>lock this morning Can. h ...
: sLvdt and Stol and Root and DorIan == This Stor CO' tresh. are :_ Miit; --that' another utory. We'.e a suit at $JU.O that
s had ridden 1,;94 miles. The next sixteaias :=:: 'ha6t 10 u r methods == f 111'111 Make our reputation. The serge i i..a tightly knitted. -
ae were ''one' lap behind while E SOLE are commended === a ; staunch reliable textile guaranteed all wool to the

I Krebs and Folgar and Downing and = AGEfiCY --ZE.J physician&.3WwWwwwwwwwJWWWWWWWWWWW ; selvage: warranted netjr* to shrink, crock, fade or lose
behind theta E .
timbers were one lap : III its .prightlylulltre. | intelligently lined and
I'Salkla.{ an' ,Rockowlu had covered .
fit with a character brainy workmanibip.
.388 miles. JThe record for the time
's { s All styles that and sizes to asssure
:t>t riding-eighty-four .bou.-ts lb6iand j I i
p nine laps. .- i I'ROI'ER FITTING any build of man.
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iktte family near,there has been mur- N.ri iMt f..._...trr.... 3
/ ;!&red. Further parUculari,are,lack- I I .IrpNus w lilt.VMRED ...........ss ..... i Wt1sK Moel t Our Shirt
l Ci The affair terns to resemble the : .. aaa.a .
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[\- E CONFERENCE aead'yIIBtrawd. : CROSS We rarcI ... .... ; Sale Is Still On !!
j IssMBtstsdksf .... d lswrj.PuIRMAGY .
..uiw.ctoai''Dec. ;. ,
I.-.lap. has ( M1.k'Ies '
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cited the Inrtutlon of this Gofera t on I'H'
1 1Mrjr J you tried one of our high-class shirts at a
the u J" We dOr
; at to participate IB second eNry ;
|Hacoe eoofereaoe, U the action of the Mlpt M iIi w ,!.'L Btlydrle. tstbae tI8 fttl/IM ; cheap shirt price? }We have about ten dozen
jtoBference! does not effect the present t rsd is ., : PreiidealY --I-II : more to go in our celebrated madras

h #! troggle with aulL I 11.oo shirts at : +{ H.:? .. .. ..75 C

"'\ 1 ELEVEN MINERS KILLED -_n And only a few dozn in the finer
I' BY MINE EXPLOSION N.ra labels.. -lit.) afM $1.25 shirts to goat. .:. 89'f C
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I These goods are cloths and of the
lornet,V ash.:,says that eleven miners ,. l PJ
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I were killed by,a coal mine explosion| We aMafs --'_lied : newest light,.dark patterns: ,in figures and stripes
Just? night, and!,that at least.four more d muleif r s I1 a ail
*,re In the sht ft, but It la too danger.I: fnlt Srsps fresh ,
,' {tus for their pscue to be attempted '
t }r's' believed 'that fire damp C'aU8t-f I II
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i':-lj,).as taken'severely sick with: kid
_ 'hey trouble, I'tried an sorts of medi-
lines, none of which relieved ne. One iiEi R.W.RIodesMIAMI
day I saw an ad. of your Elertrlc BIt.
tff* aod determined to try that. Aftertaking s
a few doses; I felt relieved, and 1 .

sy non th..noattet.u' ;( entirely curd andSave I .
: not teen i sick day since. Neigh- I
1 hortirwhat'of mine Mire been cured o' RhPU- FLORIDA

JiaUsm.' Neuralgia. Liver and Kidney en,ll at. IY flu
tremble sod General Debility." Tblni. .
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writes. Only Oe., at all druggists I
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:. Our buycrj&pent five weeks in New York and picked ',up some great bargains.Vc propose;, to give

't p our customers' the (benefit of these bargains so long as they las'; \\'c can save you money; special bargains' in

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: X>rop In. and loom through; our stools.: I

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1904 or your money refvnd-
a ed with six per cent ,inter. .

., I. _//1 + est. The most startling '

Th. B d. i offer ever made l y any firm
e greatest an grandest :,; -r
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opportunity.ever presented a -:
to realize?jlarge profits froma
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comparatively small in McAllisterBecksafety. '
', fvestment|and with absolute (j i I (j

'An opport I.nity to j Suite 4., Hatcijett DIda., .
make. o tey. by I le jitimate, The. Dade Comity Court House ,
increase in real I estate
'robably one pf the handsot est Miildinijs of its character in Miami. Jt located on 12th ,I.
et: between atenues I) and Rand is built of Miami lime stone which quarriedithinto
t r. 1iia of the building. It, >->t was forty nine thousand dollars \\itjiout the lurni-liin ..
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winters. Tie grounds

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Miami as it will wheifjtisFinished l I MARVELOUS PRIVATE AND PUBLIC ENTERPRISE

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wi11 Artist and Artisan combine their Skill to Make City Beautiful.
Five from the time .
years present see more remarkable I I J t

Improvements than njlve tyeen?' mare Hundreds of Thousands pouring forth to Wage Earner i and ..Manufacturer

in si' ce it became cijty eight i for Residence: Business Houses and General improvements
Ijliami a years aga. I I
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The full. M amt will be ,the Uxiking forward not as an Inspirer vels are to come that oolaT the mind -
[ grown So It Ii"not difficult;, to foretell t at .
a most picturesque' aid most magnlnc&t I' within next three )tars or he I -i propl| h t. for the mind Is guMed Into only faintly grasps, bo ausc of the bewildering -
c *.B well as the [cleanest, healthiest years, \"tbe-funhofiI'" our city ,ill the f tore by material things planned promtseWithin j '
; most comfortable city in the hate tattn on an aspect as .iltferent b>' till. hand of man. we are astounded the pasty ey over!, half a
South The compl ?,tiorj' of Idlamrsdeep from thit of today as today's diCers by the magic development! of Magic million of dollars t''f been:PpPllt la
I homes ,
rater in 11,111,1// blocks alone
harbor rill mark the be- from > of twenty years aci>
Klnnlr g of the era i if Miami's perfec- The thiilfi Jifami (win strike the yeas tit}'.J and, each year more dnd mop of tho
tion, the work is bo be completed a (" ,giant,. Xolhins has e\er cxotilfi, !, or even nun who hate made thousands In rhWest ,
wit-hit! ;' eleven zoo ths from today. OnlyF: i half ,,8 dozen 'earc a a oI.0I appr ached! among pcuplex, the Imx| '(' and "ortb come here to built
1 I.I 8 their homes and lite! (where :life Is at '
t Tbat Weans that tie digging" blasting 1 strange :kalUng up Bay Rtseayn to us rt 'i'niv given >o public and private .
I Its fullest ... which
ai U laying of th i Immense granite the MIdilil\{ RITfr had his Ors: vi lon "nlt' prise in the onetime Indian tillage Rocky upon
a caps ibn: ,the tralnli g wall will have of the t.'t3: I1S rl big forest trotliealfoiiage 8 8e only a few years were ijwallcredih '
the cha nnel and will 'm_ nrkkell's jf /iand that has ro'.n: so ama/lnclv shanties of the\O..jt. are now '
cea>>e| and bay 'Itb 11 store i
E be OIJPU to tavlgailr n. the old i 9rt Dallas standing 0\11 That I To Is unr.r"<"I'IJ.-al.,1,I awakening of made Into gardens Edrn4and. :1 cox,
It Happens. by a curious coincidencethat view Is today as much of late as the ighect civic spirit, embracing thonerrial n"l with ''I> men familiar \
*e are at thh I time also In the the plc lies or tie little lt?+'" IIts com teeth II>'. is aTrlbeil the to the world< for th" ir wealthand, their "
perlofi! pf the great >st building activity of the etnlnol- that Inhabit Bert inty that :Miami will eventually works 1
tong I
t Miami_ has < ver I known. More t city ago. par. an,1 l soon be more pleasing' to (the t.),,, For proof of this fe:'ture of the city's ...
big otels and business blocks for To"a Linda Miami the Iha any habitat of the many seek t physical adtancemenone his only to
a' stored and offices, iiore' luxurious resIdenos necessithi,( or Cite I to the p:) where .jon may and that w>> ,!krflilas consult the facts Coll.- terf from official .,
are in course of construction -a radlda of thirty miles ail where she' now is l surpassing lnjramleiir sources brought tog ether to 1 demonstrate -
v at this! moment tha ever before in the hundreds of thousand, of dollars are anti lj! the prodigality! of her achievemegts one element of Miami's astounding -
history of our city. paid to Its truck; rowers. completed and In prospect, marl greatness.V ,

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4 orements I pipe is being! laid on Fourteenth street ... r5
hiding and Imp now .
: I anti about the Ro'ql Pah hotel\- I \ .
going 4pn all parts 0 the city a pee .
grounds and it is expected tn nave Ihi I o 1 '

msd c the facts and trip c.f ohsrr.C'on"lne part of the work lIoibb..J by TI last [ Z/ 2.2.=' ... -9 ?'iQ, J
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Cation 9wou1'l them of the part of the.week. "f"1
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rapid ut gri'at stride Miami I Is talt- Mr. J. F. Olive. president f lit ;
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login has {Wt at I.rese t in th.' L1I11,1. I Sennnolc Club, who line: l I.--n 1fow I Iro a 1
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Weeks looking over the r\i rosins 27 ;: s-J' r
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work being done for the clu' e. ,!""('tlo .' I ... 1 j ;ir 1
1 parts of the c tJ' th.' fOIJ: of I I ; ,. I
ka'emi ht for Xl"'r '-\ ff -i
returning '" :
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and t t buildings 'In.l" rOllr of eostzuct -. i,, Mr. Olive says that while It Kptcted.thst .s. e\ . /,.. 32 I I JJ i 'L-'rII.-.v : '-t',{ ', 'JI 'i t r I .

n an th1l!ce c'o empated are ih" work Which I'''.- |Na'jout- I
dune' this would, coat I ."
of !f first; ordH and eretit to any I i
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city Its the land.In .bled .bi fire it is all finis'lii' d.IIIII". 1...-ergsthing -- i ; ". \ : ) ..'.. .WttC..r, 0t ,n'
fbuildings: + +
to -f- -
{ t city proper ne : and about the club I Irtn lias been I 1 ____ .' MP
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imy;-o ;enleas are gOD .UP on every >a'lo new Drnctlcally! <.& ilej tip '_ I I I f'r" I \1"

'Land.,:t ut space will n t permIt a deJan In elegant style. Mi. Olin I'e' alreadylet ,I : I ." I

de cription of h. Among I the contract for tit J'0J rest I I I'
the followinTh dences, across the rlverk waleprob I i W '
them '
tre! 81 ably build more. jfl' i : I
ew Halcyon Ha I on Avenue fi4 u
6 I Contractor Hahn Is puling the new : 4
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets 1 I.. '
cottage of Dr. and Mrs.PT. Skaggs.Y,': "
will be one of he mostW1 modern, up todate'iad on Avenue C between Thirteenth and rlf 1 1 1 o" ... ; /0.-!(
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attraetliehotiiis! In the State Fourteenth streets, rapidly! ahead to I.t' ", 'If t r '

the South. ortunately the completion. This home;*when1': Tel sass
or in| completed -
will be of t I i tTi"rr,r,-X.utct I
completed thejbost
Louse jwill not be this tea conven' r: : i Au"r"i
expected lent and attractive In theilty and will 1 1
80. at had been but will hare .M'A '
j have cost In, the neigh f 2,. I' ..., 1_ \'LLISn.. :'Bi.I\\
bee [thoroughly finished and ready expect '
f 600. Dr. and Kn. : to .

for ue for the season r of 1905 and '06. occupy It Inside two 3. '. -
This tmctnre Is of atone and la owned The Interior and .
kMr.. Salem Graham and others. 8L Catherines Convents BOW well !... M'Tni"a' I

advanced "and it U I .
Th*>aditkms. and Improvements reeeatlr expecd that the

made to the San J Carlos-and house will have been completed and ." I -

ready for occupancy bytiV be first of .lo it' .

Pioneer (now Southern) hotels. In the January. T his building besides serring I -. \1 ..

In Ute city proper new buildings and a laudable and charitable. purpose r ,

}... same"Yldnlt1.' are snitch f as to lendgreasy ls one of the largest and host' ,imposing j I Map of Miami showing the Location of Johnson's Addition and a Diagram of the work of Deepening'the Harbor.

II< not only to the I appearance of i 1 _In the.city. ,it, I II I I :

the looses but also to their accom-, Mr. E. F. Boss, who but recently arrived I i

for the winter front ,
modaUou Petoskey, I
and eapacl Much, is losing no tlme'ln|( getting I
The residence cf Jr, and Jrtt., (I. D.Brosiler ,
down to developing .tllll"VrUJer" his t
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on Ninth I reet betweeenAvetllaes i portion of the city. He purchased the Y

C and B. hall Just been corn- other day lot IS, block C2it>n &eventh.tteet
iipleted t '.
b1 the contractors Messrs.Munfo .! paying $800.00 f Jf'/game-he 1
could have bought It twi t t"e'l .
A Harris and) Is ago I
: occupied by Yj
for $300. Owing to the "
e, pro -
the t wners.04t j, erty along Avenue B this Ibt nables

:Twelfth. street ...jt of Avenue B him to make his residence Tats longer
J 1 I ; 25 Per Ct.
the frlck work has been rompleted and more desirable. He dO just begun Guaranteedi x

dn, the neJi'_ JUr business block the erection of a fine J 41g rd house
adjoining two others whsh' he hasthere
ThIS II two high. the -
bUl1d.ing glories
In the block and !-hrss has i i i ij ..
raid floor for store purposes end theoecond
i "f"o room for two more front the A\'e-
for once aecomodatlons. It j ;i
nue and one more on Sere th street. :

will add' greatly to bile I imposing and and judging form his pr t ,otn ener within one --year from December 1904 of(

sub tantJal blocks this popular getlc work It Is safe to rotlict he

a .tboi. 01'",,.ugbfare.the. same 01//ad In the same has will built sonb four e at since work he 1I1'1'1ff on 1 en.!giin, baying He your ,Money\ Refunded with 6 Per Cent Interest t

f I sold two of them, and ,Bf one now
locality the addition Ita the Cook under way will make hlst! )11.i'l I r :

Ing Is progresslnj 'and when completed ami needs a few more of this -
Guarantee Means
will add greatl] that already kind. J :

Eubftantlal Jj ,structure. t One of the largest real < stfii trans ,
On Avenue D near 'enlh street the actions occurring in this I ljr{ in some I

time has just been efedl 1 by the i 7
b dorf three story block is about McAllister-Beck Real Estate! Agency, THE GUARANTEE OF f5' PER THAT WE WILL TAKE THEM OFF PER CENT. ADVANCE,.ANO' THAT i

-It completed and' has as med, handsome and by which Mr. John F.fIat*, a wellknown : CENT INCREASE IN ONE YEAR; IN THEIR HANDS:-THIS OBVIOUSLY NO ONE CAN BUY OF US AT LESS. 1

The floor has been preilcfeiil
capitalist and
ons.l.-; maiM lof the FREE DEED. IN CASE OP DEATH
prcpared'for'store: pI'I I'I-poses, the sec Seminole Club becomes t ieb-rner*: of PURCHASER
valuable fnolTji
tt ondfor offices and he third Into a,, property .as the ANY TIME BEFORE
,11 I and Carter Avenue '
I I same street":The consideration ,
Pitll'.JUrg.;: 1:1: supenr: .:ing Ihr bull i was $GSSOwnd:; /thtf. ropertyInvolved :; THEY WERE ORIGINALLY [OFFER NOT THAT PRICES ARE TO BE IN A DEED TO THE LOT WITHOUT

consists of .
log otbevFral coi .s cn Eighth two'ojf. the most ,
for Dr. IL (: utk. 1Ir. SteeleIs I I desirable lots In the city tttdit l; ] wo well '
arranged and modern residues.!
Olive will further Irnprov ,1) e prop-I .
I j erty probably put jiton ;

tomorrov ratq 1 the wer4menerpgaged .; the market. for rentlni 7 flkii..
In aYlng the I Pew water mnlnr I IOD The :Metropolis has 'rr rred tOI I .

tourt th str will probalil'j! the remarkably rapid onT' >.j.i t :Miami! }

bang d their J there and tb.. and produced facts g res to I Iulatlon.
f1nh.hf '
1k proie that the Increase j. Prices $75 to 200
I $
CJc'at: )l 1lleil! an. IOIl;' .g that I
I If business and devvlopme I J s been j ,
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I ibeoughfte open to : unprecedented. I' .

.. Iepa."f; 1oti fe:, .g the rOIl'lfl.1 As one of the lsolute II.JII: able In-

I &n of the dew I 'ai, rn 10 Lt' t'r.-ct.j dications oi this { I dol'n.$4 10 Jiscooiit

, .4 tI y. Mre-,! ..).i liita UPOllj 01 IherfoEbetweea ,i clearly demonstrates growt ill hlng gnltude so Termsonly $10 to $8 a m nth. Per Ct. for cash in

i.J on by ;toutrador i.\n'DIJ'1C.; IIInih was R. C.1 a'ulrner.n Tenth Ihs; mar stre.oish ,+!'lgi. 1 as through.the of business the Postmaster courtesy of the H.an4itpughtfulDes. poU C' )bidge>jhce and we. 30 days. No X te. No Mortgage.\ No Taxes till January)1906

the f' attractive new'I home being I'U\I'! are able to give some additional testimony -

J ,'.J by Vapt. Jpo1I-t Lowe nn Ills 1.:1 today. He is Just.fti'r.-ceipt of I
oetot I .tv tame C Ninth strest. isae I
; a copy of the annual regpr: of the I

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f rocupaacr tn a rk t'r two Captal covering the fiscal year ihding June I'
and lrtI. I..c Wf'J lIre 1f'Cf'Dt lie; Itlieu tMtMlami i
-I: -the W .!, 30. This report. shows : In ..........................1..0 WM4
'p to Key st contingent= ixBoVed the volume of business .i
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%, o Mlacy. I I city In the State, the nveiarger| ones' I I f

, The foundation o( the new Watson being Jacksonville PensaopUj{ Tampa! the list by turning down Tallahassee, ity to come and see for themselveswhat was the Information given a Mtttop-I being consumed* The present pump

u- \blotk: at the corner j of Avenue D and St. Augustine and Tallahassee. I and then she will be after the record we have In this good land. oils representative this morning by will be retained an'd will alternate with

.ijjVhlrteenth I now practically The total..reeeipt. of ttjjjt'' Miami' office over the next one of her competitors. This liberal rate, together with the Chief Engineer Balur In chart of theimprovements the big pump In supplying water during
: down and :, of building the for the Jut year we';'" $13,950.118.: I waiter -
I ,A Metropolis representative was In vast amount of advertising pnd per being made in the the summer or at times when not
walls and .tJftt.1 e structure will To show the wonderful Increawe! a comparison I I '
Jacksonville yesterday and in sonal work being done by representatives system In reply to a queryabout
con'ersahon much
water Is being consumed
boon I though
be + The work Is be- of the receipts for the last I II l
I I with Mr. J. P. Beckwith, traffic of the, F. E. C. Co. will certainly the 1 I
11I done by r F. W. Hahn. '. four years is given, and we challenge same. I both will always be kept heated and
manager, learned that two home- do much toward bringing in a class
The third and last! story ot the Stur-I f the, entire country to make such a seekers more The new pump Is from the Plate I In readiness for combined service In'
A Ili excursions will be run during of people [who will\ till the roil and
tevant building on venue D. between showing as this: Machine! Works of Dayton. Ohio and ,
I the month of December, the rate make homes, plant groiro.p Ineapples. case of a fire or other emergencieswhen
Tbirtenth' and Fomteenth streets Is(I Total receipts for 1899...L. 35.354.S6:
being only $!O.OO for the round farm, gardens and dulld Is known as a compouna duplex with volume of
; trip vegetable up a great water or high
no ? being erected. J This bulldog is Total receipts for 1900..j 6.833.01 I
r. I I I' fnjim Chicago SL Louie Cincinnatiand the places, making them to jet condenser. It Is considered: one pressure is demanded.
constructed oi stone, and .. I waste
being native i 'Total receipts for 1901. 8.0S6.30i I
other Western points, tickets bloom In perpetual beauty, immarredj: of the best pumps now on the market] The installation of this Is
whencompleted w U be one of the i Total receipts for l902..41.: lele2.1sTotal pump
goal for twenty days.Mr. by the chilling blasts of winter, a here and Is guaranteed to Its full capacity made by the
moit Imposing strnlures In the citr..,I receipts! for 1903... 13,950.58Thus :: necessary Improved; 1f&
4nc Beckwlth said that many tour- life has lawn uncomfortable and unhappy --' of 2.500,000 gallons every twenty-fouc j ter main system "bft'hIll incapi
The upper floors a so arranged as'':: in four years the ease has "
.to be suitable for eli her office or apastmeator -;: been nearly :300: per cent and thisIncrease Ms mould take advantage-of these forthe! many. i| hours. ', tate the present pump for heavy df'OoI
hotel : ra es to come down, as the round trip A new j 2.500,000 gallon pump has This pump rill be Installed In ronjn i mands. It Is said to t-* a very ,*,,01i -
I i about the game proportion om
work: of excavating purposes.The for the new j,. population and business I all other dal/ less than a straight onp-f re. but been ordered for the Miami pumptag! eel Ion with the present pump of a !i some piece of rtiachliieran.t whenIn

- :water, worka"systen Its now beln n':r 'tree.tt'itbin' that the roads were willing to take the station and the same should arrive, capacity of 1,000,000 gallons and wilt! i service will give Miami o- t* th

'I'' 1 lots on this class of business In order here and the installation be rommeae-l be used during the seasons and periods ; beat waterworks '
cujld on Avenue C -r.orlh. a.J ', another year hi ami will 1 I systems at- s
UIi workmen are algging- between I I have taken another ste; upward on t ; give the poorer people an opportun ed Inside ![the next thirty dayj., This, when the greatest amount of water hj in the State. .

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The Bunilne residence at the corner adjoining the new bridge now being

i s :fe i. .. ..._.. .. of Eleventh street and Avenue A, has built bjj Meiurs., 'J. H: Talnm co.. -

r, been completed. It In by far the moat one of most comfortable homes
capital and Brai w combine to make the ..ilagi4'itj the Metropolis of the; South-Progress of tIle ll'ork imposing residence In that locality In the ell J jibe). '

:Ii I I <) and will be occupied I by Mr. and Mrs. J. x.1 Lummuitba s built four good
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: vvvvvrvvvvvvyvv "" I I Burdine during the early part of next houses on Twelfth street and Avenue

..With the florida East C d Rail. bor will soon be provided.It ,; I hauled to the bank and there loadedon Is found from eight to we've fee month. Gone of which he. U occupying himself
way Company officials and th' Engineer is entirely within the ] to light rs and towed outside via down. This will make It necessaryfor I
Col. \V. W. Erwin has just had the
I com and others have all been
.' .Department .of .the {j..United probability! that the line of Bears Cut and. then dumped overboardon the cru..her10 cut through from

States Government at work ert' the important -, coast in the year 1925 will ranltlf the by hand. six to ten feet of lolid rock In orderto pleted on Twelfth fronting the river leased at good prices.'
project of securing a depth of' taxable values .equal to half The jetty r finishing work will be get the channel to the pn'K'rlbetldeplh I 4

not UM than'18\ feet of water prom the fflrnlnhed by the whole state. Hftls I laid rock and will reachup of eighteen feet. ,

wharves ( Mlaml to theta, there be adjudged a sanguine propnec'je;' above Extreme high water marK. After the crusher,has pulverized the 9

can be no doubt of its being !obtained ask what would have been thougfe&ln This rock Jill be secured In South Carolina rock the suction dredge will remove

as speedily [,,i "the greatnets I of theundertaking 1876 of, a true picture of thefjnt; st and Jill! be brought herd by rail the same as she is l now doing 'the top I, Our Last Large

jrWill warrant. '-What the Coast as it Is today?-New Yor&er/ It will come In Immense blocks manyof soil, but In the event that she cannotdo .

final coat may be cannot at ,|presentbe aid. ; them weighing several tons each. it a shovel or scoop dredge will be

.. estimated .The result which the DIGGING COMMENCED. .. |K$ To handle (them will require a derrick brought down for that purpose,

,Railway Company end the GoliernmentSeek The P. Sanford Ross Comfy, barge with j a powerful steam hoisting I though It Is bell I'ed the suction

to obtain will more than convptnsate which has the contract for the d & q I apparatus. This barge Is now In dredge will be able to perform the i
!thbs of Jacksonville and will be brought down work without .
for. stupendous outlay, of the channel for the Gorernman at difficulty.i Miami TractJohnsonsAdditioti
money. .In fact, deep water at Miami o this place commenced their Pi of within fear days and be ready for the MIAMI TO THE SEA.

Will. prove to be worth a hundred* timesas the contract on August S wt'' Its first consignment of rock which Is now l a

much as ii'lt may coat. the following"requirements: being mined at ParkhilL S. C. and The F. E. C. Ry. dredge at work on 1 .

\....,.. ,*ay ia the Southernmost The basin and that part of tbjj,1 i which should arrive within the next the new deep water chanel In the

harbor In the United stated! on the reel adjacent thereto will first b*, e& month. |i bay baa cat her way at least half the
x mainland with railway connections toall The Jetty: It Is said win be one of the I
I'' rated to a depth of twelve t ee, ow distance across and Is steadily by
parts efgths United,.ta.... .It ia best on the Atlantic Coast when com I j
the mean low water wark.The 'Ii night and moving towards the
I day
The native rock Is specially
the logical mall route to the Southern eet pleted.
breakwater ls be t
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countries, and now that t 'isthmian' I high and fire feet above the R ,,of,, adapted for such construction and other side where I.she will connect:

Canal: Is an/asoured.,: fact. Its"|value to mean low water. The chanel '. be!i when welghteddown with the heavytranjte with the channel being cut by the P.

the Government must reach!, beyond" I blocks will pack Into almost Sanford Ross dredge.
excavated the
through PC! ula J
might a solid-wall and will be Indestructible I ,
any estlmatt that figures' sup north of Norris Cut, The chal: I I. Captain John Myers, the veteran
..... Wonderful developments at by tide and the wind. Its purpose Is to I
to begin at a point 4,000 feet U ot coast pllat/who brought down the '
the East Coast will turn the Udexand a greater wash ;
Miami and along give I
Norris Cutand 500 feet west the )
naturally follow the completion of thisigantic In the canal. and also to keep the same W. C. Brnsstar thin morning from Savannah 1 ,
eastern shore of the bay. Th otal t
enterprise. j i :q. from filling with sandbanks... says that the R. Q: Ross Contracting e
| length Is to be 3,000 feet anJ, be "
This wortf Is to bo completed within lowaterto Co., of Jacksonville which
i eighteen feet deep at mean CHISEL DREDGE, ARRIVES..
the Mxtxsltvtn months and;Miami 1'1 "' has the contract for building the
of the la Jetty
the eastern shore pe Some conception of the power and WHILE WE ARE THE LARGEST REAL ESTATE DEALERS INMIAMI
f already feeling the effects'j]!that Is thence deepening to twenty 'I the chisel outside-and to thp north of the new I
of the P. Sanford Ross
Improvements. ability THE FACT REMAINS THAT
brought aboinby.these wonderful outer end which will be at the ural ship channel la preparing to return THE MARKETING' LARGE
dredge or'rock: crusher, which arived
I twenty-foot contour. The exci, !"isting here and complete the Jetty, and that TRACTS RAPIDLY NARROWING DOWN-SOON WILL:' BECOME .
A IJ i; In port a few days ago from Savannah
J of the basin adjoining the abo' |*han- to cut out the rock In the new ship he" goes' to Jacksonville tonight to A THING OF THE PAST WITHJ MIAMI INCREASING AT
The argument based on tbexiieeds of nel on the north side of the i6tstern bring bere, the tug Martha Helen and
channel In the bay,can be gotten from HER PRESENT RATE IN POPULATION.
of come fora Is be hundred fetride, barges fore wgrk.It .
'national defense rnd end to two the fact that the chisels, or crushers, "
deep wilier harbor at Miami were five hundred feet long andtwelve I be weigh eleven tons each and get a dropof will be remembered that this work THEREFORE, OUR BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE MUST BE
duly considered by the engineers and feet deep at low wate The was pursued during the early summer ,
from thirty to forty feeLI
committee and found so convincing breakwater will begin at a l At on under Superintendent A.B. Poorer and
There mare three of these chisels
that the appropriation was inade'I and the eastern shore of the pc lIula I I aboard of[ the dredge and their great that all of the foundation! rock rag laid BLOCKS IN VARIOUS SECTIONS OFSIBLY /MIAMI., WE CANNOT FOS- S

the succew ts of the project ssured.- about five undred feet north- f the 1 I weight comes from the fact that they to a heighabovejhljjh water,,1 l-itt.that OFFER ANOTHER LARGE rROPERT( IN MIAMI AT
Jacksonville the than ; ei, it was ; using lo .!the approach
Times-Union. of
roposed suspended
I across : .
I are forte-five feet In length by twelveby THESE PRICES AND UPON THESE /TERMJOttIllSCN'S AD-
I tending one thousand, five l dred twelve In'hes'square of the hurricane season This
feet and are made I r period having passed the contractors DITION CONTAIN ABOUT. 600 LOTS BUT XT THE RATE THEY"
I of solid steel. Each tapers to a point : et
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rtrnandlna U
to West
From Key bar.bor Dredging to the depth f f Te'footlowed r' though each point Is different. One are preparing to return and finish the G ARE NOW SELLNG IT IS ONLY A I. -JF MOUTHS-
stretch miles affordlpg no
ofgaOO in of the depth will be: [ Jetty by the plaTing upon it several '
for yachts of the flrst.d lls. It Is excess is shaped like an ordinary chisel f YES, EVEN WEEKS -WHEN ALL SOLD WILL BE THE SLOGAN
and will be paid for but dred: hgbe- thousand tons of granite rock to I
y true the mouth of the St. Johns and though rounded like a spade; another OF OUR SELLING DEPARTMENT. _. ,j
*> low that depth or outside limit weight it down and make the work"" I
the tf Jacksonville will noon beavailablel sis like a pick while a third Is
I but there Is still a! long and prescribed will not be paid fork k 1 shape isel shaped though the edgeIs substantial. NOY( IS THE TIME TO BUY WHILE THE PRICE IS LOW. THE
The completion of this com t will MORE DEPTH NTED. I
r stretch of 400 miles between sohiewhat blunt. PLACE-JOHNSON'S ADDITION. iI i
1, dangerou mark the beginning of the e4,of MI. I A very largelj attended and enthu
Jackaonv le and Key | by the ami as a seaport town. The Wntract 1 The derrick X I* very nlmlla- to the slastlc meeting\ of the Miami l; wril of I

coast tin wet'' calls for the. work to be On Mied In ordinary;! pit! riving rig. the chisels Trade was heldlast! night and many

In war and Peace. ? lure and twenty-four months, to the satisfaction being raised\ byvan, ordinary hoisting Important matters were discussed and .

for safe this omission Iof nature of the engineers In charge. engine of great now r and aloweil 1 to acted upon.Secretary. \\\\j .

should' b amended by manj'ecpecl'allywhere ( I fall upon the rock 0)\object to be E. ij". Blackman first called .
thl beach JETTIES .
breaks In the ridge
-' cruKhed.i The craft atuKmnchlnerythroughout attention to two matters 11 vital
beeh provided Is With the placing of five mo lighter
and only
have Is as strong as\ lalerlall Importance: firs the matter of deeper
necessarflto dredge loose s or com loads of native rock. the foundation for '
r't 1 can make it which is necessary ra-ban- and cud the ,
water sei n-o'iprocity
than two-thirds of- the || 'beIng 1
paratlvelf sofKcoral. tlty
these .
I die great weights.Superintendent
treaty with Cut; for a need tar higher
Can : supposed for 0 moment built by the R. G. HOBS Co||tracllpg I 'I
tariff tin fnuu of Flllrlla.n'gar.llm .
iiel Van Angl n &ald! ,
that would have ffn no careless Co.. as a protection to the chi now I H ,
R' under the same circ ;imstances being dredged through the Snlnsula this morning that the crusher will : thi} aCt considerable! iliKoushion the f<.!-
work next Tuesday
to (
And It Jgargely because England: has north of Norris Cut for ad i) wafer probably! get
fn motion (fy Col. \V.V.. Erwin
morning is In low ?
not been, &O careless that she is the passage to and from the bay. ';al havebeen as now practically I IMe
I.at completed and the Jetty fcady, for condition to start operation The was adopted. That a permanent committee
| the
f seas.
mistress work will be gin on the other side of on the .subject/ of deep wafc
that Uncle Sam will amend the finishing work. j
We know
bis .',11D this case, and' that-the. The Jetty is about l. OOfeet-fa length the bay;; and In the chapel already for Miami be created a8. follows: The BECK(

yachts way will!,;I iron, be with 1,ns as the and will graduate up from about 15 feet partly opened by the suction dredge president of the! Board of Trade who ALLISTE'' = .
shall be chairman of the standing com-
autos ;'' at the bottom to about five aljtbe/ top. which It will follow through the land I ,
what; an aUltion these will It Is now up above low waiter {mark north ofj I Norris Cut.to the sen. mitteee, which (hall be composed of

prove to .he gayety and a< rctlvenl'lll and so far has been constructed entirely \ The suction dredge has removed the the president add the cha'rmen of all Suite 4 UatGhett Miami f brldaI

-a- _of Florida's& winter season' 'I of native rock secured up Si pie* 'river. top soil I to the rock substance which, of the. _standing jcommlttees. Budding, ,

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deem it not out of place-and by the great bulk of the people of It U not often that the average newspaper

we trust our readers will snare cur South Dade. Not that the Metropolis' I of metropolitan Journals among whit published In the average town,

: point of view-that{ the conductors :I makes extravagant claim f for is a ( xrI are the Jacksonville :Metropolis and U cnibarraasdj for: room to rtore Us

,u enterprise should pause briefly Uff I matter of fact it dews not ..refer to the Savannah Morning News. on hot white paper, ,but if such a shipmentas ,

.a'milestone in it*.career and indu I circulation tery frequently; but Itll// of which. Influential papers ho hel! the Metropolis received this week "

.": a trifle In retrospect; noting the PfjPS-: .1 people have a way of fimHng! out I i3:2- t responsible positions were dump.il-! Into 95 per' cent of the

'ress that has made and pointingto relative value of newspaper clrcula '! newspaper offices In the State It would
Mr. G. D. BrossUr! Is advertising an< '
the work beet pllllhcc., as the blest' Ions, just as they have i faculty ot : tr. circulation manager, and Is j-ecullarl)] be. necessary !'to move everything out
earnest of what fit promises .hrt fixing the financial and soqiat, status of > ([ ,..\r work. He ""i to accommodate It. On'' last Saturday
for that Important I -
future, I forJ 1 1I any individual who lives among' << TSeni e -.I 1r ;;.:;car vti extremely valuable man tc the there arrive.i|in Miami a solid carload:

I t I If a man has money it is n'necessary 1 1. an of book paper, the grade on which this
Today, the Daily "J- Metropolis, and he Is also of great ss
for him to proclaim the Irom the I t ,. '\ '1 Issue of the Metropolis Is printed, consigned -,
pletes the first year of, its ce ; Distance to the advertisers, Kivinf I
housetops. It soon beco a matter, the Miami Com-
"" : to Printing
the initial nnmbef: having appeared! on f. them the benefit ot his experience and '
of common report; and thme pany. It wijl give some Idea of the -
,' December S of fait year! Its publication I cipal holds good as regard bv lIln'l' ,.l:; ( study In the art of effective advertislni; spaciousness of the paper's quarters '

was begun dntrarr; to the advice\ and taking pleasure in assisting then
ing and circulation of aT ewrspaper I when it is ated that this shipment
*of of the aper'.lbeBt[ friends, business-bringing adver
paPer hos f readers In preparing with
The having a together about ten thousand

who were doubtful as to whether the]I does not have to toot th iu I HOME OF tisements. Mr. Drossier returned: frona pounds of news I'aperi' which had arrived
time had arrived! when Miami couldaapport horn continuously. And Muse It is j THE trip to Key West In the la'-.est ol a few (lays previous, to be used

a dally newspaper of the character -| I the other day sn<*
1 the Metropolis
j an established fact that olfJ.tnu eutrfew
In printing I Jthe Weekly! Metropolis
# contemplated-one entalllnj s homes in Miami in w *&h he wli it while over there he practically tran<
: was stored in one end of the building
such heavy expense not find that the Metropol >Js a regular I ferret the lists of all other papers rn without any! Inconvenience or crowding .

But the proprietor had such confl ( there to that of the Metropolis.
and appreciated daily Jjltor; ant ing whatever. But it must not be

dente in the enterprising spirit of I Mlmi's I' because there is not a tow. Village. 01 I When they ka>newspaper" In Ke)' 'supposed that because'it.was *o read-
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citizens, such abounding I II '
& hamlet in the county whet [Ute majorIty West now they mean the M'!,mpolli
faith la the clty'/i/ future, that dennlK I :. ily taken care or, that It was a small
of the population are jot tegulai SOMETHING, OF THE MEN WHO ARE AIDING IN THE !CEASELESS' only. parcel. Few; people realize what a
these warnings|they deternatgedl : '
subscribers; and because line out ol The Linotype is an Important facts of meads hot much
WHlbH lewd
that would giv< THEJ/ BRIGHTL L car paper
furnish a dally paper winter ifsitors, 01 GRIND RESULTS IN TURNING OUT DAILY
of the regular '
ten WHIICH the and. the Linotype
the best possible r- I In getting out paper of such a commodity can be stored la
Its constituents
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to the outside wuri>> < those who have made ( EST AND BEST PAPER EVER PUBLISHED IN AMERICA, operator is equally so.lr.. J. A a car. There Were 500 bundle. ia the
Tie*, presen
Intetel In the I
here or are otherwise ; I f fI of DeLan-l. Is In
community's Brooks formerly shipment each weighing: 100 pounds,
of pro
a fair reflex conditions the trusting town or county, have the, Sfcer follow POPULATION OF TH E CITY CONSIDERED. charge of the Metropolis machine, the whole containing over 300,000

; gressiv forth reasons -
Intelligent Judgment them wherever they go-4 jWhese : I ; and he can tickle the key board quit sheets of paper each of which cat
public's I advertisers are not &w to recognize I '
apreclatlon' and(patronage necessan I I i some. Moreover, Its Intricate mech and folded would mike a complete
the fact that mon tf event In I I
r its.uceeuful"publication. : I anlsm Is to him as but a Mother Coos t"hht-palte i paper. If these sheet
to their announce 1 I before I In numberless other appliances whose ua 1 (
I' I placing There are very rew newspapers melody and as a consequence annoy were laid end to end they would. makea
That this confidence l nan rot been Metropolis readers is not expense they having a handsomer homeor would puzzle the casual! observer, bUll
I State
) InK accidents or delays are almost nn strip of 11Il'l't'r the width of two pagesof
misplaced, and that the:efforts of j the but a sure and profit-panient. tunes more complete equipment than tht which are time eater and moneymakers I
known. the Metropolis| which would reachto
publishers have .been such as to merit certainly none outside thtj In the hands of the c"'lIpet..nllmt'n
I Metropolis- I Mr A. I). KolK-rdu, who. ball occupied Jacksonville and nearly back again
the Ut
appreciation paper itself of hew
the public's The advertising patron A'cut of the Metron lII'hlllJllt'rate them 11to1l1lt
nclu.lve'"I j I I principal cltles.1 during, his long service with the :Metropolls. -027 milrs.j., to be exact; If the sheets
[ self-evident POSWot :
famishes (cost paper being a | oils building appears on this pane things: there are himdrtI ils of flints oltvliH.

dence. Not today's issuej alone,I butevery'number. and Its circulation a co* rr, pet I land while it nlay give some generaMdea : >e. of all 'Kimls and lined It alnuwl every place In the mechanical were laid one on. top of the other in
a single stack'; they would make a
department, now (Ills the psition <>
with tubstantial to touch I '
overflows be permlttf : whirlappear
haps we may 1 of the of the structure displaying the advert! ements "
cb9acter pile almost Jan high as tile city stand +
which heat
of "make-Ui. amusing Inc
baleenreductive | ;
tokens of the in the cause which and lu Hit
Inipresslon in the Metroix: is
upon an
It falls far short of conveying wools
)| the articles to IM printedIn pipe. Of'. In other a column ofpaper
is held by! :the cireula Ings placing
the Dally Metropolis of this effectN comfort production of the land quantities ol
convenience, i
of Its W
: :3O It inches, over I*) feet in w
He is also first
Interests of MiamL There. drumming position, etc. a
business !; lions are secured by pent Ii and adaptability to the purposes in job printing which. daily turner
heleht.! And I It must be rememberedthat
class and d- extn
hardly an enterprise of any consequence a kind of buslne Isegging,, i tended.' The building is of solid brick out of the office; )' of fancy borquantities I Id..rlO linotype operator dl1l11t ...
irf .
this quantity paper
the city which Is not atnplY; ai duty on ,the machine at night. Mr.Roberds .
in t of
some by gift or lottery ; '43x120, the ground floor being of con ornaments, | : tae of
in tia 'coInmnL. The Metropolls appeali more : formErly.11 employed In the | represents only shipments
represented by demagogic -tjcnd crete. This entire lower floor is devoted brass rules, leads, *, and "furni : the and that II
magnificent( I printing office at Wash received during year
Is prottd of Its combinatiM: these : government
by a
frequently these thousand and one '
to the business of the Metropo ture: all Is used furl the Dally :Metropolis only,
advertising patronage for several!| ;rea of ature.1 I Ington.. and is an all round man.
and other methods a ; lis.1'while the Upper 'fluor Is occupied things so arranged {in the modern
used for other
the vast amount purpuwtt
sons. In the first place It. furnjshe* That of the Metropolis office stands, rack, cases Mr. 8. Q. Zimniermann sets practically 1 ,
offices high class tenants. East printing I
as by and for the Weekly :Metropolisbeing
for this, as for any other publication of to that I I all the advertisements which -
close adherence available appear
by a .IDJTII. | of the main building, and communi <*te., s. to be Instan y tc I of different Rrad
the kind,"the chief source of levenue; ratios In the Metropolis and bill taste aj
has been pursued since I'eating with the business offic), is thE the trained hands wh hare MI skillful '
.... la that It is of sufficient of the inaugural pollcr and skill In this line Is far above the This shipment ol paper came direct
In their
editorial handsomely iiraishec UMJ.
room, a
to render the publication not onlyj pos- that may be summed up ordinary. In fact speaking as somewhat from the mills In Maine, though ordered
buslnest I
apartment 18x20 feet. The And this last suggests tc
Bible but profitable, the publishers are "Superior Service." It p't more reference of an expert ourselves we have through"' the Graham Paper Co.,
i the entire front of thE mention of Metropolis I
beyond office occupies us a
But 1he
grateful. even star of St. lxuls. It coat approximately
profoundly local news every day In th than never seen his superior In this line
gratification 1.the/ I main structure. It and the composing "force;" of the .people) who. work day I while
this feeling Is found even In the belt 4 lass of Mr. Zimmermann originally from $1.500. the freight/ : bill alone waIS03 .
teaching back 65 feet when after day with such patience and precision i
vital fact underlying room
keen appreciation the weeklies published elsewhei& gives Wisconsin claims as his home the .00. and it Is doubtful, If the finger*
I" that th.! representative tt sliding doors I separate it from the that errors of a ly consequence i oj
this '
patronage this news In detail, and no << thriving little town of Uanla. T here he on one hand do not exceed In amber
Miami out the noise ol Infrequent, and the immense
citizens! of recognize prey room shutting are
of any Importance ever efllpes It has valuable property. We expect to the cities or towns In Florida to whicha
paper'sJworth to the t'O at mnn the mschlneryiThe'press and stockroom amount of labor Involuted In the publication
the Especially Is this true as rtfcrds the see him proprietor of the Itanla tally solid car of paper wa ever consigned -
that theyI Appreciate the efforts Is 25x55 [feet, and the whole is of a dally ant weekly. newspaper
tty really Important matters volvlng De-light when. his town grown a little certainly no paper In the
,,' forth to furfclsh a first clans ewe I well lighted and ventilated Is performed wand ith punctuality
put the progress and develop K of the larger State anj received mica a hlpnunly
that:they recognize Us.valve fs with effectiveness. The Metroxlls| hat .
and IThe in keeping
equipment ..
paper & In for .
city and country. Items of] .1., char ; Messrs. Howard and,, Curds y newspaper .rl.
medium of commniilcatlon only first-class worl men, and thl..
as a the building, being up-to-date in evert AYI"'I
In the
acter almost invariably app loUt, the former of whom
with the public| Further than t Is, it I respect, and In both quantity end qual wages paid are more Iberal than the I ,
Jtla Metropolis first, and whe 1.rinted I the Weekly edition, and assists with THE
flattering to pur.chic pride to have constituting a modern average. Its employes are mate METf'OPOLISWORK
there the public has learne t know Ity the Daily, the latter helm a Jon IIn-1
the paper go out! as it does, to every abstfl&frly- and Job printing plant. Here the visitor with consideration anil, they in turn I AS A DEVELOPER
Union and foreign Panda,, that the Information is au I man, are highly valued l cmploe of I
State In the with tK': local' is surprised by seeing In doll tire loyal and intereste I In their work
thentic. Combined
the Metropolis Tbeoe two brothers
bearing this unmistakable evidence No' of service it publishes dally tHJfjeportof operation the Linotype, a machine First of all the pro] rietors, Messrs I have iH-en connected with the office Its Reward 'h- lncras4 P.- .p.rltyWhich

the cltys commercial vitality. paper I B. B Tatum and M I'. HetheringtonKive I
which well I be termed perfection -
columnsteem with local Advertisements ( the Associated Press, th.tt Walest may I for nearly three years, and are useful! It Helps to Produce .
whose of human Ingenuity, and which their undivided Ime and atten i I 1
deadWwn'and'thefery news-gathering. agency in t&-.HvorldJ. In man capacities There are no hetler _
from ,
Issues aj 1. I Lion to the IIUller'lsl n of the Countless
evecj la seldom seen:outside the precincts of
While this report is in a cp aensed I worthier .
that Me- or young men anywherethan WIth.sitl ;
fart tee newi/fat large city 1his'machine make am details Incident lo the business any dispimllhm. towe bias,
line form, it covers all the is Howard l and Gully AytidnUE-
l.i_ tropolls carries !sucn a magnificent of real It is '{JftfS that set the type j every day from which )Ir. Tatum's wide cqualntincevhii hvlievif It ran be truthfully said
of advertising! bears more forceful .Metropolis throughout the State coupled will Roht. Sawyer who leame-l the, hat the Metropolis has been a more
the is printed. A two
one- columns
testimony to the, progressive character may. by reading through 1'te! long years of experience In newspapeiwork : bithiness In the Deaf and Dumb Instl i effective agency In developing :Miami
horse powerMielzVeiss leroslnt ,
daiiiei ead ofa
of the large city ;
} of Miami's citizens, and the favorable qualify him for journalistic wori'I lute at SL Augustine, U also employed and the siirmundlBR roantry.than any
die engine, a two-horse power Otto gaso
of few more murders a few accidents i
'business conditions than columns the as a pressman. He Is a pleasant well other I local Institution Not
polItUiit lone engine, and a three-horse power in nil its details; w Mr I let her a day
} gossip
assertion. And such testimony or a little more disposed man, who attends to "
editorial -but the things that real* happen electric motor furnish power to drivt ', Inglon. being an exper printer, as wel I voting ores by hut! that it receives letter
is potentfln attracting the attention ; his business Lied gels alone with Itluite I I of Inquiry1 from homewrker
the and other Th as a trained newspaper man ran anadoes or investor
be presses machinery
of actual
Td business and are y
of Intelligent capitalists p I as as weal as do others' whu can I I *. af-klns for Information and
occasion uires fill
as re<
Mt&opoli t newspaper is | printed on a Cranstoi: every
hat U read of day in the
abroad, who Know every talk politics and base hall. In
men j, response to such Inquiries hundred
4 an exr|Ient piece of m.u.hlner' position from editor lo pressman It
go from 24 to :26 hours[ earlier press
they would_ Business: they 1t'pst' than the Information t-:;;4 be while the two larger job presses arc I, would be difficult to nd two men Ir ', Miss Bertha Graham Is mai'lns/ (
where buelnest exists. t ;i inddevotes of each afternoon Ihp resultinduce that: number of
the State who t through with a portion people are
can >
of I g
prxurtd: from any other sons Time the Gordon type, the standard the j: )
One other lJse for-.elf-congratula 1 work, of Hnd that to wrapping and addressing! the - more ma
any :
world over. There U a Pea'l '
and again and again during press (
lion in this connection is fotlad//| n the year it has demonstrated the rJendld I, for small .work; a BascoM-EclipsE I arise around a newsjaper office-anc Daily Ietnlpolls-Ihe latter operation city; and .the majority of these vis.locate .

fact that advertising In the Metropalisfcpays I H the being pcrform-Hl by a machine for Itors eilhsled r or becom.j Inter-
and of work that
1 j quantity variety
service folder which folds the wltbneatness
character of its by pin papers up I .
the advert 5er. That the shrewdest I ihat purpos" Sot a! "o.xala. the in hot .country through Invest-
does arise would be i marvel to the ,
; swift precision they | ,
successful some item of national or jRrhapdworldwide I' IIn.11[ as i
conservative and most .
most uninitiatedMr. entire day on Fridays getting the lent For all this work
fliTdk importance almostrwithlE: are taken from the press; 9 wire
of the city\
business men whidh : H. O Houston tolls the t.oaltiouj; mammoth edition of the Weekly Me- ihe ) Ivea not one teal.
No'bthet .
; the hour of the occurrence stitcher, makes, drives anr.I
this to be the case, is .demonstrated thje ropolls: ready for 'the mall. In. which anil nrf..alse. acknowleds,-
of City Editor, and word "fills" JE
week after week and afternoon paper published herpjlLhougl clinches wind staples and which Is
by the fact that I I / I' duties she Is thorough and exact. I ment.; and ambiUjo Is tua"l
used advisedly Xo of
have used for fastening looks and news es
'i month after |month the; par good pretending to a telegraph service pamphlets in of the
; town and
Its able fonrs/d the together; perforate- which apes his argus eye he has the fact' Besides those mentioned as regular
tell of their wares In col- has been to put I
to count T all In
by means its sail
money '
r n ,.ama. and regard the outlay as/a nee- feeblest competition In this respect,I I punches a line of boles through paper ulty of recognizing news Item at (mployes, there are numerous carriers it.. In content to do this work power without

expense! as much so as 'rent orjllgkta and we venture the asentioa, that that checks, receipts, blanks etc., maybe sight and when he sejes one ho knowswhat and others who are pressed into ser-
rsarsy and without
They know that the Metropolis there U not a town ia the .f.ltnUed readily detached from the Hub; aId to do with It and how to serveIt vices In various capacities u need money price, trusting to

into thelbomea of Miami and States doable the six of Mtanl as I il, -Iaeb Paperi4rotter; that cuts through up ia the most readable style. He irises, so that all In all, the Mefrop- reap its reward IB the Increased general $
goo prosperity It seeks to .
thai Us coiumai are carefully penned, well served la the......."... k>*4. I I hundreds of ferrets Uke cheese i ; sad I hall .had long experience on a aumbet ills family by ao means a small on.., I P-

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Oi stand it as lung': a. he th'1 nlOn !)', i !
Chil-tmas Joys11I.
% i I II "llif r.'IIII'lIwn I who I... tp,"Irufit. t
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J : b>' a ship subsidy. bill evltIt I 10'
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j cc Tariff rm-iiin is in: .'IoIH)" nlits I i i

f lnen'Isthat in: in itJfSh.iii'\" of Hi.' doubled by the gi'ingand! receiving of gifts, so we arc i going to
c : frt.[ ':u.b of tin tariff: '
.. =- ,' make this season of good cheer a happy one for our customers.
; : ,1 I Mr I M.oriiri has "llIr1 II h "'liltI
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I > t-i--I i rljr; 1 lt: 11 keeping ty fur Ih. I I

j I I-- I-=:: ; r"ur., '. 11'E We will do
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c--t':) __I I;I If' 11.e I.J-MJII c.l iymiltiI s is to he II :
- ...:":1 --I- I'' >lHaTe of the Resin) j!,: 159,1!, uil4Ihr 1
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natiiCiil h..rr'a 1o
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t I I, I'r ,'I'I I I, ffliint'iu _politiciat "t''' I Ike. 10

{, \' I'I ,,. I I takin>f general, something 1Ilalhy"else fo 1.1(, I, I Saturday

f fe I i ;; burl dtmbiof !
The I'oiuiaila suprernij i

{f - -:- - . I less l hooks upon the eleoBu, I Adam the date of our Grand Holiday Opening,and lasting to the 31st
I as a great; disrespect f J?: he I court I .
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r : What would Presldenfcjinoscvelt dif ;
;:1I I lbecede: and
lie canal strip shoul :
I .... I net up a8 a republic 4a! j j o.Wn ace I

count', OJ'1 't I I :' We wilf give free to every I I a

"Tariff revision Is In t Lt-I f-ays the
) Philadelphia Ledger \frl I the Ledger Purchaser the Choice of

: please pass its tel' II' micro ,

t j. 'cope'I; I anything we mention below: ;

By defeating Governor Qarvln for reelection i
the people of Jfhodj Islanilost
a great deal more :ian Governor
: Ganrln. iM t i
Governor Peabody hUtlhe:poor satisfaction '
? ilil t With over 8,10 and 12.50 suits we .
of knowing ( he issued ;
;> : his Thanksgiving proclamation before.

stI ,' Z' I 1; It happened. iW i jl};, Will give Free :

*{' I IU l! A large number of cf'Peare willing I

to bold expositions pftAldlng Uncle

f*: ;N ; Sam will guaranteefinancial ', 1 against 1 suit of the best underwear ;

loss. ?it..
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6 N ,,ar'.';: YM I't gr WILL ALSO'SINK'wiLLi I N t and a pair of sox, or one good I A r ;

.". ; .; Chief Engineer A. a* ri; of the East madras' shirt and a pair of y

'.- J"O' f j Coast Hotel Water Wotfcl Department,

.:: came up from; Ulamt'f; this! j[morning. I I I cuffs and a collar or 1 good felt I

Mr. Baur la busy put. M lei, the new
\ ) water works system la,|he Magic Citj \ IJ
but he will spend thffj-ne*' two or T hat or a pair of good shoes. i

=C' 1 three weeks here. He' pacts Hat the
necessary machineryye} sinking: I the t I

; artesian wells will arme Monday or Ir J .
l l't Tuesday and if It does pe will at once

proceed to put down Utf wetls of 8- t II .

Inch diameter in the!; water works I
oHiiuch wells in Men's Ladies' and Children's Shoes
park. The sinking t I 4; : ,
Miami has proved verj|.Uccessful and
satisfactory and Mr. Bapr thinks there 'I

will be no difficulty in vecurin,{ a good _
Bow of excellent water here;! In West I J

.j Palm Beach. i I 1
About twentyAven iilll be employed .

|Tn the operattofis' and as soon I #'s

as the well are doS and a steady
Bow of water assured? special pump
>1rTl rill be Installed to'J""pump t supplyfor I -

the cltv._-Tropical_-11-;$un.

Quaint 01d!' .ds I
An old collection ofc;advert isementi i ir
rind announcements bal! been, gathered! '
by t an old printer andriwWspaocr ID&D.I 'I

entering a .iierlod of More thai -J ; /

i quarters of a century";; In the: three-j I f I L r

lion almost every plod i of I I te I
be found, and mar of them make
I : interesting reading: ( $ I5O to $3.00 $ .50 to $2.50
k, t : I" Here comes an ext j'I 'from the advertisement $1.50 to ,
of a net maker of .
\ j j"i Cazenovla N. Y.: r.i I I I I I .
"Coftln -A full asttmeat of sixes' of Shoes A pair of handsome side comb Hair One lot of double faced Keystone
t ,. each purchaser of a pair
: 01 coffins already on ;tJid.. j'articular I i during this grand Christmas opening : Retainers, or . Ruga i/, which sold for ,$2.25 will 110
attention paid to le ring [old work. whist th.y last for $1.25 each. These
II we will give : A Chiffon Stock collar Frarn .
I PrIces for all to suit te times." .. simply beautiful., and lMa.I .
A fine Linen Handkerchief or
1 ? oj Instead of the Am! tcan rzprewion"castoff : RUtt. Inches. Loos at them and
: : A pair of Men'a Ladles orChildren's LADIES WALKING AND '
: "' clothing." tfte English use I Hose, or I TRIMMED HATS FROM .
I : left off (rlotbtng.gin" an English I ( Wo are making a special ,offering of
A pair of link Cuff Buttons cr I
\ adveft I 14 ,of bleached domestic:, one
: I newspaper an ) ement atates yards
I A pair of Ladles' or gentlaman'a 53: eta. to SS.OQ '
: that-: fa'J With each purchaser of a Trimmed yatdtwid., for $1.00.
hose auportera.
\J : "Mr. and Mrs. Bro't.; having left off will Hat we will give SEE OUR COMPLETE
..With pair of Men's 8ho / wo
I, Nothing of every de&rlptlon. and invite .- One pair of nice Difeased Kid Cloves, LINE OPBlankata.
present free to each purchaserA
your careful att&Uon.'r And to purchasers of a Walking Hat. Comforts, Bed spreads
'" The proprietor afii.; kewl! York bather pair of fine quality Socks or Ranging in price from 53: cts to',3.00. Sh eteng. Pillow Cases and Towels. .
of Suapenders. or
A pair good '
shop employtngdfemale barbers we wil give W, art overstocked In this deparV
I of Hose Supporters
A pair Brighton
II'I had this adrertlsemenl lion the I wall: Ono Chatelaine Bag, or men and must NIL You can save
"In order to avoj& misunderstanding orA A Belt or money if'1"'make a Mtcctloi tier*.
II i Ii I -- ;. I note to all customers? that the box of Shoe Polish. of Ladiaa' A Ladles' Purse. lad 1 addition to these present we

'' lady in this barber p|op! la' my wife." Shots FREE., which to each come purchaser In Oxfords and For this opening wo have espec have j offered you with each '..ta...*

fc n. : 'I North Star Ntt! Changes High tops ranging In price ,tram sally Napped Oxfords. Fancy Dress worth of good you' buy wo will give
II The pole star Is r4lly the moat important Madras special bargains In Black you ja chance on a S4nch DOLL.
will make present I
$ .50 to wo
. Taffeta Silk, and beautiful Shirt Waist which la dressed t In a nandaama gown
- - : : of the Itat4Jto the sky. It of 'a pair of handsome Lisle Thread
1 I narks the north at;'tli,times. It alone Dropped Stitch: Hose, or !! patterns of the latest designs and I U sold evorywhero for $'& .
la fixed In the heart*! All the other,
I1 stan seem to swim[ round It once 1
In twenty-four Kburtt. j : a
i But the pole Vuf r'ol Polaris Is not> Pass the Good (News '
a very bright onn It would belard
I to Identify bntrbij in* help of the;

r J .J : Kxalled pointers 1 the |Big Dipperor fiat ai
.:: is
,, -- I ,' Crest Bear. Inter, rim of the on the place to buy ,
-=: nears to Polarla.at'! i
dipper points ; .
4 .: I cc: : --== 'I '
distance equal tck jhree| times the ; '

:c: : cz: ::. spur the dippers that separat outer "{* lttt'IL.34A
=:) :. all the pole start home slar' and

c:::::) ....... : '"the star that neves a _g ." pnd the I 'J.E. Pendleton & Company

=-- dipper they call the,,token bck." ,
; Q. : The Great Bear!.;la'' also remem-j
=-- Cur bored as the polntersj:tor.another retie'j i

ion. It goes once|around the north
.; 'm L..I-I itar In about tweEt ,-four, hours, the II III '
I Lemon
reverse way of the |>u.*s of a uatch City .
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that I.. Is goes the! dime] way as thesun i
and for the mlnie'reason' -that \It i e

II the earth that It t la: Jtolng ant tearing. ,_-m' u ,
them bvhlnd. t 1. .
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Fort E these world famous shoes than ever

; t II: Industry Pierce News and, one I Progress.of the soundest the ant ::' I and more will arrive this week :::I

MAre I most patriotic!I papers of th.i State :== when we will show: the prettiest

Whexe People : gives utterance to the following ap == line of tans and pats.Jin town, hun- '3
of that and everother )
the people
d rateM.'ea : s peal city In ,Jthe State to stand b, fc dreds of people in Dade'County ::

() their town, build-It up and work foi E wear NO ,OTHER SHOE BUT :J
|Its Interest: :::II
; $flkingC.otj- "It has been customary for peopU ,C. :ri
section to order much of theli
In this E

F female Income merchandise big mall order and I houses wearables or large from mer the DOUGLAS

FBrkh r ok: candle establishments In the big cit I I
II. ,. tr lea. This was done because the aril ___ :
I clew wanted could not be secured hen __ ;
Choice Properties :: and la the days gone by there was 5A
little competition and not much demand .
'Hkve for a high class of goods, AI. I Lenox {
for Sale
We, this Is changing very rapidly.The
stores hare taken on a new activity
r\ Ir-, i and In the past year hare bought'and I ,
fcastaa .bJoe.c:?on Amu It'. iU > ..............................:.lttOO.a sold maayltifes of goods that wen I GOOD SHOES
lots OB Serenth, street ....-j'.>........-'............... ...... ...... BOO oo I heretoforetbodght' too good to sera IEI .'I E istheldealchilds ,
1 hoas* and lot, bay front.rlptrlaa rIItt.... ...... ...... ........ .. boo.oo I I this locality. shoe and we are .
........... i "That fallacy has been shattered E That's'' an ordinary subject
1 BOON and lot foot of Twelfth street.......:........... .oo I
........ t60.OOS as It has heed continually demunstrat E the acknowledged -but few melt realize the'
rIM Iaoae u4 lot,Thlrtenth'street,Bern Impraremeats I I I II
booty isad ob coo Twe1ftJatl1neC.' fiG *1,100.001. .............. t!00.00 I ed that the people of the great pineapple E )leaders in force of its meaning. :::IE
watt best that Is to bE ::
...... I belt the
Fovrth atr- tHouse J OOtOO foot-
S room house n lots vita bearing trees children's m vi
t! and lore.J jwtth Fourth street Bear. Arenas D .......:............:,}e/SO.Ot. I had and the [merchant who buys accordingly meet aseort.diff
the uf T'
.. JI';.; (-room housemaid; lot cm Third ttnet..... ...... .n.............. I' .OC.a will get their trade.' Examl Ee wear. ,Bring tnt coral
:: BOOM tad i Jots on Pint swat. fie all .......... ....... ... ......( bona nation of the stock of the leading c children in, we IDo1kCA ahat.es are c0nE -
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'. Gror ........t rfS00000 stores of Fort Pierce chows that m :E
ZO-aere oranu sad grape trait lJ'O".ear Cocoaaat n their
,.; .10. acres,.tare* ud xis-htlf ""iea.nd.-1Ie&r1111 fruit trees,, rev. Cocoaftt j cheap goodes ire I being handled to any can fit them. variety t
: Grim ....ft ...... ......H ........... ....... .............. .oo extent. The I best brands of cannec E -
<0 toe Rae Jarmlff land atjCntlergrapefruit : : .. ..... ....... ............... ..00Iaert sad bottled goods hare a ready sale E I Foot form
ors gs,and Won at Orange JUdp........ .......f.OO here. The best' clothing shoes, dry fce last, '[perfect)I .
Two'be young orange and j grapefruit groves oa Miami rim, goods and furnishings are demanded E mateials' I
l'ar riparlaa H hta. U.000 sod,.g,ooo.00 wltII&l la all lines there has been a great = Largest tl]! Line of men's dollar style. com.
Boost and S Blob OB SeTeath'atreet.' earner Arena H.riae'tarmlBt ., ....... 00 stride forward and the ImproYemen == fort and
and e'tras lands from 120.00 an acre,np. Is balled with delight u *n evidence I 1 Fervice.
Bereral faralthed buries to rapt far the ..... Call tad see aa ot progress sad prosperity."If shirts ever shown.also neckties
i-aert tnpttnlt and ptesappto gnrra' ... .... .... ........ ..... .f. 00 the merchant thoroughly allTt "" These are ;l _
4} 10 sets %ad:7[: room bows, bane Stable, toot boon.aad work he will keep I np with the demands of E : the inducements in the)
beartac...* a4 crap trait pare, oa Miami rirar withrlShta rI : his trade and If he does so-ha la d. E collars, pants and Hats.......... I. FLORSHEIM" which

a jjoaal hoa ....|........... ... ......' ............ : ;. .00 seTTing of the entire patronage of the make choc baying Itnore
wbld Is' lr S acre asap sad / t community 'Where the people can thanalnaemattaofferm.
MaerM Sea piss brad oa a
croft; 100 wring twss. aad other Tariettaa of fruit tree:'44oa .boos tall what they want are given prompt Towns fish Brand Oil I, Suits, coats. and TboK points of excellence *o 13 13E
good 'wUta.. Bigger banala n Dad coati: 414 Callas trip Wag and eoarteoos treatment and are sat ; noticeable in cattom made

MfoekIkMid..Prle ,|I' Oooo..! r. {ii .. laW with.their purchases, they wfl E pants.',per suit $3.00. Yellow kind. footwear",FtORSHEIM distlagaish"among ihon.theE ,
sea stop sending for
away things
: S IOta Dereath Strsst. far an StOOO.00. t '' > .
t U saw- plm4aad pins land.is aaN Unprored ball colds soot fill Older The people are loyal: and liberal, but E 3
t.tnea StaoaEfaafihid they could not be expected to take an> Come in whether want to buy ::
Hot: 100 test.fratac* oa jbar;..40 .twarun ; you
lieu and out tatiUlnca, r."$4OOp. old thing aDd be satisfied.
;bens and wacoa ,71 larlag .
front, fat3UOO.oo The same Is true la manufactur not always 1 glad to show you.
or th*10 acre with an ImproretDeBti. about 400 feet hay E or ;
r't: Ing. It was ant thought pdosibte a year
e..Ja. L.I j_ ago to mate'!a success of any kind m E J ::
; ; manufacturing here. Today there an
fire factories;: In full swing employing I STANFORD & COMPANY IE
[lH SP' RS f & MERCI RRe over twenty men I and they are. rnahei I
t' to their full ,. .
I rapaclt They!! are being OPPOSITE EXPRESS OPflCCMIAMI,. FLORIDAI 3E.
patronised by the people In this sec
l Estate and Insurance Agents* : I
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lion as wellj; as from a distance and 3IIIWWWWUl
Box 1T7. or UOOH Arrane D. ? are Increasing their capacity and force I
t ... ;rnli I 'J as rapidly I af possible. ltllJJ
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4 i-- rega'p.d.i The; name given the E. Coast f.f Florida arid many with health gone, spi pits rI.

---a LroK and' hope| lo*th.t\"e regained them all in its favored climelf eaUIi\Vealtlt and Ambition_ :-::- 4- r"

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is Miami, The Magic City he wonderful. In(the center of Miami, the I

: a 1 solid commercial:point of i its trading stands the largest-firm in its city
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1 Alfred,' ] Benjamin CI thing: i' ( Knox and Young Brothers Hats.

I KMWI. M the Best. The Best K JS I I .
;I Knox Felt Hats in Derbies
I i i Black clay 3ijorteds, in I r and ail sha|>es.;j. . .$5.00 :
chemical dra.coat
I vest '
I ; and pants. land-made. I 'I I
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r rl ) I ment. Sic i p33 tQ" 44. I : 1 111 f 1 Iht C Flat Iron Hat
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i t ; Pricl5Fane I i 'I. : i in black, brown

and ecru price
Kldwiel IlomeSpuns 1 f I

12' effects./ and C
Strictly oijptlg design.I5I8 I '

1 IJ! Honesty I '

$ I j; Young standard shape hat f O f\f\\ .
!I rt in the sel :ng. All goods marked in plain and derbies . .j. . .tyXUUWe

Black finisld worsteds, .. : :, figures. One price to all .. : '
I \ high; class'; iloring, ;in !i absolutely I 1 guarantee the colors I of a
every res &.L Broad i I Knox and Brothers hat for
1. I shoulders jjghand felled Honesty i i! Young : one.year;
3 I collar. Sort* breakable i! back if hats are not,!satisfactory
I your money
s4 I front ABfiikthatwillnever Your. money back if the goods]i are not as. .t:
! : j l,!_ : 1' _. hare a fade stirs W lone of goods.Pric$20 a.you. I : :::;:: represented an d.re not satisfactory ::: Knox Hats 5 dollars. '

-(i I' : Young Brothers Hats; 3.00.: 3.50
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t Manhattan, Majestic Shirts Edwin i Clapp Shoes' .

Manhattans i in pure white neat toned effects in .
I 'I Are the swell dressers Nothing .L t.
I :r colorlfattached: and detached cuffs. Shirts that worn by everywhere. :

j r will loot fade and seem to wear ever lasting. that compares with a Clapp shoe in snap, style

-1. II and finisbjsome; beauties in new lasts! 00. 00

Ii I K : P, ;ICe, : $21 to 2.50 WalUt'reet,Arrow and Tixedo ........V/a' = 7.5ss r,.
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1 i MajeiiSc shirts "that are fit for a king with all j .
It Diamond Brand Shoes
f r': : a r, the fie points of the better I grades and patterns ,

1< h : I that are beautiful in design. We have them in 3 L
t I white. and colors.. Price and oxfords. A little less in price, but a shoe for the
l' t r rit price, |ve put against: the world. In patent corona colt.
: black vice kid, vellum 1 calf and box calf J

it I $ 125,1.50,2,2.50 Price. 1- : . . .: . .: .. . $.OO t
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I I II PaGkar3.Stioes't' Santa s.Claus Is (Coming Iadd If every Ledy in Miami only knew I .

I A < i .C4 0 fay now liar+ we had t<> w'rk'to
111' I men's houv "lirperjiII[ 1 work to*ecurg the a encrofi
.1 $
txl wanted. Price. .. l.50.j$2.00.$2.50Necktie (
-*and JCcckAtcnr .\. man never yetit, ) wf: h.1tl< largest: line in ourlii-torj. The i'riceffl CA
s I start at 25c and work up in \ . .r. t J) .JU
Ne.-d no introductli59.Ve. have Mud v
": I Knothe Ilros, men & U.;.i.' Iklt-at. prices olMen's .=JI.: to$::.MI ,
them in Miami for '* yeqrli. They are
that wonKaml writing cannot ell. The reads I,
backed 3J'f feature 4 it hosiery t-je
by honesty every it all. AH liouglit; from t'United ., large-t.: imlMrtt-r > line :good 1* in the shoe i ii wj.rth, tniiifor and a KriKrlppendorfShoeTlie : J
will take good 4 i convince ut but i'C p
prop I I MatesArm>U Constable! & C"e think .M-U will re15c G '
what a Packard is llie beSot on earth for I get it if jou fail to sec our lies. I'rice. pair to *.;;'> t pendort can jlie .\ours or the a..1iinOllr ;:-.
its selling price inc 1111 leathers! and Knotlic lro.* Supenl.-r". Several linn> in {jMiaini tried tu buy l new full I line will be in our More ;in
.ng and every ,.i it;.t 44 to laic, gl ods of tlllH hOI..e.Ye. have the exr1l1..iv. .asreno.: They were I a few dart and such (tyke. yon hare 4
*.., r, sr h ne.t to us. They make honest g:-0.I .. Their line is the best uc\er Mecn beiorc. Court ties Gibson ." .
.- .. I I America: 1'rices. pair i j .=?<>c tojfj: .tfi tic. Sailor tie\.. 3 Kyelet Oxford. Walking -
: I 1 ,en'r 1'ajainas and :Night' shirts, in ide liy steiner V Sons. : khovK ..tc In all spur order tor thewinter
Not shirts hi white and fancy color witl and without collar
; Price : . =5"c toPajamas 111.1 iI ,w'iI1l\lK J!KI(). Price .
I $3.5tii h.t i in ull the new modes laid I I & $4 ., : 2J50
Hen's J'ncc. '" :?o1.II.-.f 1 : Oiithe $2.00, 3.00, $3.50,
I and lx rV light weight; wool sweaters ir' new. pineapplein I 4 dollars I and 5 dollars
"hite. lilue other colorI'rt. ;
"ca"c. navy nnd ) e.!IHI I to.lwl. I I .
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Our sttjk is too large and the assortment too 5re.it to thing in a |age:: ad. WK can only' s.ty, \\c I

_, will lit. j just rig h'if: you "i i II 1 call and see fjr lour elf. Expresk Jurors prepaid on. all mail I orders over $5 'i 1 1i '

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