The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00387
 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 21, 1906
Publication Date: 1896-1908
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075058
oclc - 31626392
notis - AKR3413
lccn - sn 96027198
System ID: UF00076100:00387
 Related Items
Related Items: Daily Miami metropolis
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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ceeds :3 cents per mile the company I LEGAL PAPER i

could meet all Its obllgitoos, etc.. What Darlington Press of Last Thursday Has to Say of

(From Dairy Metropolis. Kept. 17) and put sa end to all danger of loss. Filed for Seemed ta the OaVv ef the ( From t.
The demand of railroad Daily Metropolis Sept. 2t)
the -
Same-Mr. W.
and Win.
Ut to reatrala the Fonda Mast James Rogers Judge CesiMy Ork Taday
\; Coast railway from obeylag the order that a resident agent lieNtabUab..s Couaty Census Eaumerator R. H. y

k of the Railroad Coamiaskw of as soutetblng at Cocoaaat which will Grove put !U further cited Stuart Hill in Bridal Party Mortgage; C. Cone et nx to 0. 8. Seymour today forwarded. to tile .

.'\ Iftonda to the erect that the nail Commissioner
Amsdea. |x00.Satisfaction of Agricultsre.the
exptare upon the company sad still eeM *-
aaaai passenger fare shall be tIIl'Meea. I
J|: to per ml e sad eompeJUag tke es- forth- reduce Its earning of mortgage. W. B. of Dad county the same keiag ,
TIle penalty lor violating these twv Johnson Company to Mark Zill et ax.SatltfactloB .
compiled to
Ubllahmeat of an agency at Cocoa- up July 1. not. sad at

jf.' BBt Grove, was instituted yesterday orders, as well ai tke other reducing (From Dally Metropoll. dept ,' I, attired la aa Imported lace of mortgage; M. C. tile same time tied a copy with the "
the maximum I
rate of freight OB lumber
-: IB the Called States e.rcult court h 1 rhlprneata. may be aa high aa Seldom has there occurred la /' watch was charmingly draped Spencer to Job BILL clerk of the circuit court.
f the ColoBial Trust Company of New llagtoa a prettier wedding or one pink chiffon taffeta. Motifs of Warranty deed: W W. Jsrvts etax
".000 fur kc.1oI.tloR.: and n oHerto U will be t4census
York. Urougk Major Axaader St. lace and C. C. lot remembered that the
the from attracted more widespread lat. a h'gh pink girdle to Chiltlngwwth. $100.
.;'" Clalr-Abrams. aa counsel for the complainaat. save company subjecting that that which took place at tH this e aborate costume. 3. block If. of W 8. Clow's addition of Dade county waa DOt takes
Itself of
to series Ones aad te
... of a Nwtest I at the time It should hive bees
says the Tlmea-fakM I Hunt carried beautiful
Ity Methodist church last night a bou- to West Palm Beach.
against the losses from t' profltess C
I last
Saturday cf pink La France with ferns year enumerator falllag to
operation of the department Miss Lena Richardson Rogers of Mortgage; Loretta B. Savage and I,
'.- This act'OB IB chancery U at uruaual passenger with white meleae. perform the duties asslgaed him sad 4
as stated above, the bill for city, and :14 r. Robert Eric husband to C. C. ChlHlngworth" rl
*. Interest, especially to the peopu Injnncuon and relief Is brought. Miami, Via., were happily .. ma d of honor oa this happy 110 I ss a result Mr. Seymour and his deputies .

L. of Fonda, and the somewhat unns- says the Darlington 8. C., t'J'" I. ;)fl was handsomely arrayed In Mortgage; E. Loving et nx to the I I have labored under many dlf-
sal object of the suit has attracted to .-ra.r" Camp tlnant. last Thursday. .. of white blonde the akin of Home Co., 11.09 eultles In compiling the ee..... -,
Tropical Imp.
\ It considerable attention la lega. clr The prayer of the complaining trnst Prompt: at ( o'clock Mlsi I ws teiabonUHr trimmed la | Mortgage; Key Largo Fruit Company j many persons that were her a year t'

we*. compaay may be briefly snmmartaedas Brlstow of this place who no (I saris ribbon. A hand made |ago DOt being here BOW. Then others .
: to E. B. Lent. II.W.
| A* stated above the Colonial Trust follows: fully presided at the organ : b.Ad *oa.*ther with narrow had forgotten data that was fresh I:
t Company of New fork |I. the com That the railroad commissioners be toe Suet note of Lohingrea's of white panne velvet with a Warraatr deed; A. L. Coffee to''OB their salads at that time. These ;

tij plalnant sad tn.! aclioa to brought I enjoined from res-rrsg or e'tfore'r2 march and the bridal party girdle made a ovely effect. She O. A. Worley. We. Iou 2 and I.

r?{ BgalBai ike following as rtspondents. ,the Florida East Coast Railway COB.paay eater the lovely church. The a beaol.tu! bouquet of pink of blck. S north Miami |de-terred' i

>> The Forida East Coast Railway. to obey tae order Sting themaximum sad ferns lied with Warranty deed: 8. Briason et ax .
[ ers, six: IB number came I. la pink rce- sus a* :t existed a year or more ago
|r* Jefferson B. Browne R. Hudson Burr passenger rate at I cents following' order: H' M. Reid I to nv O. Coffee 11 U. .n of block: were encountered. Vi

Faad Joba M., Morgan, a* the railroad per rol.e north of "- .. Fla. Robert A. Rogers, of decorations were tasteful and j l1.. Delrsy. :(I: The report lied today show some '

It' Comm astoarra of the State of for !Sting the half rate at 1 1-1 cents the right and left at.'.. white and pink set off here satisfaction of mortgage; R. O. I I I I nterestlng 8,.,... The first Is that .!

f>'- Ida; W H. Ella, a* attorney general children between. I sad IS years of II A. J. Betkea, of Darllagtoa there with lovely pot plaits ADd I I, P-lnter Fertiliser Co. to W. O.I I'I tile total population of Dad county ..

taad against Aagustn O. Hartridge use to be charged half-rate and those J. Oakea of la tile The Cc-r?. !I Ion "
Marion u. pretty jhurca was light-1 I I I July 1. IMS. was n.... Tke i
Beajamla B. Calkoun sad loan C. under I to be carried free of caarg*. der sad E. C. Dvaala, of plat cand'e which gave a ,I \Varranty deed: Ernest Stypmaaato follow the census by precincts .... ;:.

Joaea, as the SiaXr> Attorney IB That the railroad commissioners be ,>'and Judge William Stuart Hill and charmlag effect to the I I Argil Mania. $71. lot t. block 1.Stuart. her of farms. total acreage of fan**. ,"'
it. fkelr trspecuveidtdsl/ circuit enjoined from requiring the compaa) .
[ I|ami, down the main aisle Next scene. I number of maaufactariag industries. x
It What Cemplalfttant risks o traasport lumber at tile reduced tke pretty little ring bearer, the mart age the bridal party More***; A. W. Sharkleford tu moult of Invested la tanas. 1"

I T The object of the bill are thus freight rate as given IB the order KUa Ellen iHutit. followed by a few Intimate friends were en |, Pint National Bank of St. Augustn) Industries and n.a .. other statistics

I '+ briefly and coed..', set forth by tkeLi which la quoted IB fs'l.Knjeln : matron of honor Mrs. Reid ," at an liformal but deiigat-1! $300. that were required la the compilation :4

camp alns.t's counsel la the caption: the Railway Hunt of 8at"tl arinf', Ga. flea at the home of the pal { Satisfaction of mortgage' : Ft. Dk- of the censa T>e folkrvisg ,"';

-, "A bill to declare Breasoaabie sad That tke Florida East Coaat Bail- pretty bride accompanied: by 'ba4'I of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. ,,Ilu National Bank to John Gillette are some of the more important

_, unjust rrrtsla rates pnctbed '*yi way Company be perpetually enjoined ter. Miss Neva Rotors, the I r., a little way In the country
the railroad commission ot the State I from making Its maximum passenger maid of honor entered the main large number of costly: useful i Warranty deed; A. L. Coffee to i

r.,.., of Florida for paeeeager fares; to declare -! rate 3 cents per mile, as required by sad met the groom with his best ,,, beautiful presents which Mr and Charles Beajamla. I10. part lot 4.-) PF.Uli.w by Prectacts .t'

.: reasonable aid unjust cer- ne order ot the lailioad commlssloa- Mr. W James Rodgers of 1 I Hall received are a practical block: S north Miami. Precinct No. 1. Stuart . 1ST 'i.

::: tall orders of the railroad com.iaI I I('ra, tcTh.t he chancel. The ceremony w.. I( of their wide popular I Mortgage: Cka Beajamla to the Precinct No. I. Jupiter . 144Precinct j
-4 oa of the State of F'ortda to eslabHsh I the Florida East Toast Railway forate by Rev. J. C. Roper the ''Dade County Security Co. 100.j No. 1. \\-. Palm Beach 1ICS

agencies to declare the same Company be perpetually enjoined tor, who used the beautiful ring 1 *. Hall is one of Darlington's/ j Mortgage. W. B Thomas to Dade Precinct No. 4. BoyaloB lit !

taking prop.rty without Just eompen- from ealab Ishlng a resident agent at ice. During the ceremony MIll :, ', most attractive and accom C,)tiny Security Co.. 1510. Precinct No. 1. Delrsy . U, ,t
-j ratios; to enjoin tile enforcing of the : Cocoanut Grove, as required: etc. tow with a deft and delicate I daughters: and she Is uaivers- Precinct No. t. Pompano 71Preclact ,.;
.,\ sale rates sad order; to enjoin the That the Florida East Coast Railway I furnished aofe. sweet music and | popular and highly' esteemd. II ion KnrtKige.Brothers! E F. Hatch to Ol<>u- No. 7.Fort Lauderdale 11 ":"
Co.. IIS .
| arosecutloa. of and lafJctiag of floes : Company be perpetually enjoined ed Mendelssohn's march as the recently she served as private I Batlifactkm of Preclact No. S. OJu J'lPredn't :.:;

f oa the norlda East coast 1ta.Iwar from obeying the order aa to the reduced went out. | ) (o President Sloan of the I iDoaae mortgage. F M. No i. Lemou City 171":

I- lor the protection of eomplalalag rates OB lumber shipments etc. The bride wore .. .. Carol na Vnlverslty. Mr. H.II and et al. to Miami Realty Loss Preclact No. 10. Miami . '.11$ ;:..
1-. trust eompaay; sad for lajuoci-ioa Restrain all Vesecutiona handmade gown of n'f' ,. of education In Guaranty Co. (2'( Precinct Nell Cocoaaat Grove Sll .

L- Bad relief! That tbe attorney general sad the princess lace over to 1ff'la. The county, Florida and I. president Warraaty deed : R. C. Putter et ax Precinct No. 11, Cutler . 174 f
,." of action I that i work skill of to J A. Bethea. for 3Sfl. 1] M acre
K The general ," I State attorney made co-defendaais attested to the the Hall Brokerage Compaay at Precinct No. IS. Naraaja . Ill
-s tile orders, both .. to rate and the a the bill be perpetually enjoined er an4 was beautiful la design I .. Ha ta a cultured high toned 'In airline I>. township 12 onth.raage Precinct No. 14. Deerfleld 71 .i
E .aUhttehsBeM otf.....-.. a.trsry I II from pfaeucutiBa" r*. FVrida Eaat workmanship. The princess < popu'ar xentlemin, whose liter,.* 143 east. ;:
Precinct No. 11 .
Deals 11
;; to the constituttoa of thj CBltd'I Coast Railway Company for refusingto was fitted by tiny tucks which i Is already assured." | -Warranty deed; Julia C. Peters sad .:
Other than black and white II
"' '.. and to that of (tie tftatt 01norlda. obey the orders, etc., aa given "a cascade of lace the draped add Mrs. Hall will leave to husband to Mr*. Matg'e Pollard fo. _. "
la that It I* Uitia property above. 'I front. The long full trala en for aa extensive bridal tour te l It. < icre. la seetkm 1s. luwashlp [ .
4u., tucks of which the sleeves. I) _'.. range 41 east. Total population n....
\ wltkcwt Just sad CMtapenca'tou That the court declare the said aden were 'a&OII. New York sad other
:. I* Laalnf M* ey of the railroad commission to snd la the soft folds were lace after which they will return Satlifsstloa d mortgage: Morn The total census la divided *. follows {

; The bin. which I* complete la everyAeta.l. be contrary to tile conttltatlon of the floss set III tiny sunburst '! home In Miami. They car R. Johns ro Robert A. Led be tier. : White. .17': ; colored. 4. HI; -it

If-: which lades has Called States and of the State of lace bolero nn'shed this Ideal them the we'l w'shes of a --- Iidlais. 21; Chlaaaie. 5. -
aid to aa .
been added to make It possible tow Florida, sad 11I.refo.11 and void. gown. Her flowers were la of friend m Darllagioa. The little daughter of Mr. ass 1 Fan Ma Mlea ,
comI B that they are vtrtcar.y taklrg the effect of brides roses sad \ the out of town guests be- Mrs.' 8her rd Poppell which has been i
; refer" laataauy to say particular Total number of farms. ,n.
with tJI.d property of the railway company Caught with spray of 11\1'" those mentioned above were dangerously 11t 1a week was considerably
pla.Bt or averment occupies Total acreage of farms. 49.til. .
1\ without due and Just compensation. va'tey the ever beautiful bridal 14nt Beajamla Sloaa of South Improved yesterday sa.
arxhrtlta. til typewr'itpn p&1.-L I Total value of
complete history of the deI That Injunction pendente III* "Issue fell over all. Vnlvers'ty, and Mr. and their friend hope for the little suf farms I1.0S1.- "
Agives a together sad for injunction aid relief.ecioBER The matroa of honor was I P. A. Miller of Bennetsvll'e. re"", '. full sad speedy reeonrr.FLORIDA'S 471. .
Tl fendant railway company Total acreage tomatoes, 114.174. ;,
t J', r I with a rose a* tnmmary of the revefc / Total value of tomatoes, "".111. "

LkaJaaced- aue from agataat the passenger the coat of department operating JURORS '; mi Transfer Company Preparing HEALTH trees.Total IS.lumber 410. of bearing orange s

J tke paaaeager ualns.p Total somber Don-bearing orssge :,
It Is averred hat with tke excepL'l For Immense Tourist SeasonFrom trees. ..
tloa of tke year no%. the road baa mi BEEN DRAWN an WAS NEYER BETTER I Total 15.501.l value orange. 111.714. :
the strict-
K<& been losing money as far as
I Total -
number grapefruit tree,
depanment U concerned. I
W 7. ly passenger bearing a ad non-bearing. 141.770.
% The complaining company neicouatesthe I |
..'t !Issuing of the bonds of the rail I Value of products of being tree. (

B wry compaay sad a* trustee: and In ( Dally Metropolis Kept lil 1 The company will a'ao engage extenrtvrlr IJ 4S. '
inorder< to protect tte f from all pos- Are to Serve as Grand and Petit The X-larnl: Transfer Coml'.n! in In automobile hire, the several Says Dr. J. Y. Porter-No Conu. I' Total crates pineapples, lit.ISO.Value .

l+ Bible loss brings this ..uit.H Jurors at Term of Circuit Court, tends to do business the corrffnc ea- can already owned being self. I II {ion* Diseases of Any Lind in 'I of pln.spcWs. 1271.144Mtnnfaclure .:
mented -
4. .1.,, ef the Roadfi by reverit' others I "n I and Capital .
4- elaborate rcale than
son oa a more cars will be operat :. como.'Vntmen
A long history of the road and its For Dade County Convening ever before anal to lb. .nl ,is nnw and l lee not ai reasonable y ra'ra l the Sute-No Dancer of Yellow Total number manufactures In the :
Is sad stress isfc' ",
development given preparing to furrlsh and equip an either b> the hour ->r <*a> Fever. county 26.Capital
the fact tilt it was st < I I '
laid upon Inverted. 1154.525
elegant offlfe In the. basement ot the
The :Mian i Tranrfer ('o Is '>np ol o
1 tnt empowered to Charge a passrnHt 111..1--= Value of product. IliS.lSO. :
Halcyon Hal Hotel the company Miami's! itrongett business Ins'Huttons. I I
!-> sni thatf
rate of five cent t ID \ _
later ger when the revised '... was r* atr" I having leased the sonti east toner being capitalized at '&II./I"O nosnd ). ...-.IU ly. ,
k I II
room. The olll'e11 be one of I the
havlrg men ear.titand
... It was distinctly slated therein I I The total nnnitier of school! chli- h
best In |
should Sept. 10) equ peed the city principal utocdholdcrs! WUhont Dr Joseph T Porter. State Health
From Dally Metropolis
granted ( I
previous r
Jj that rlgh; s of'I dren enrolled. In the county July I I.ItOS. I. :
I here Itaaley general mn'l'r this coni-trn IwnnM be impo Me! '
f Sf act restricted.li" Tbe folioing. persons have been Officer of Florida, spent s part of were 2.7K9. deap and dumb. fiepersons
details reyare- the company.stated this morning that to bandit the win r lour m trade
The bill roes into summoned to sad sene as 'I last week In Pensacola
ap.M-sr 1 and Is now In county. 4 dentht during
divisions of the road I the company will have here this season In III. cUr The company Is preparIng ;rI
Utff.4 lag the dlsTereat 'grand and petit Juror st the next In Jacksonville. the year to July 1. 43 white
Worth more and better stock than everbefore. to hand'e the winter 'ourlst travel The doctor states poll .3
Hi$ sad the spurs at Ormoii'U-ak" ''term of court convening on the flrsl .
It will from S'Ir.Fa'i. The I paid. 2,6(6 colored polls paid. 1.SIS
HOi giving the reasnni for thee com nere company iiow pre- that the health of Florida generally .
{Monday, In October.Jame. Other than the above the
and other point. fare will .snng to acmmmndate more I..e report contain -
$, charges n.le. the rta on of construc- I W. was never better than at present and ',
Hall Jr. S. A. Belcher .
of unus'ial Intire.t !e also be added a number of new omnibuses and baggage than It has ever Tone before the number of various citrus ;
B4Jtloa aad other mat'era with s comparisonffrf eA. Hoggs. E. Edwards.0. H. Ricajturdson. sad other vehicles, all new and when the sessoh arrives that la regard to Pensacola. he was fruit trees. number nf horses cow. ::.
fa losing
j.Bu wish the ffil:\ "Uf' etc. c! nihej tallrises W. W. Kellum J. F. Berger :land oft he latest and most expensive '.will be prepared to meet any emergency Informed by tbe State health officers hogs. doKi. etc.. with Tialn n nreon ..
R. L. Cothran. H. J. Sterling.A. design that arise fruit fhlpment. the holr of
B | opemfry' la and througn tb% sad physicians that there are but l
| t Cutler C. A. Mans W. W. .
A. which melt quit. s volimlnous doc-
4 UBufj few cases of sickness and the
Cute of nor I sanijtsry -
Trout. L. N. Snell. B. F. March L.M. I 'ument ?
ef Fares I I condition Is good says the Jacksonville -
Lewenng! McRse. G. W. Chancey. A. Wllon. Congressman Burton May Visit Metropolis. I I It vlll be no'
R'. Then comes 'he SUIT. o.t< change .' J. W. Uallikin., A. E. Bogus Dr. I was cu"'r>lIpd 11"I.; hence It
Porter found few
U la iBtrs. the Br.t dacO.io being la iii. F. Potter. John A. Zeder. It. f out mosquitoes Is Im\lO"olbl. lo 3--.t >.n the exactrentiM .
of .. .II..n. and ..oHjjt "-I Miami Harbor Work In Pensaeola. which he said
fri be ns ure .in H. And View
the Ladiam E. Schultz: O. Cloptott.IJ ... due to the vigilance of the health of each town The tenth pr'clnct. *- )
eriag the rate to rnfrate I J. Brlce.: J. E. Faber S. E. Potter authorities In .. hi-T ..'""trl I Ij b.cal*..
f?- tee il < f the tnt r ar rf r sweater McCrlrnmon. A. H. Frost. of the city. tr.-l 1 illr-n of *.1H.
C. T. I.b'ws a ; IH.PL'
"I do not believe that fever
t that thereupon rrsniif.: "
> traffic John Sevbo'd. H. McCown. W. H. -- d aa folio> sMtes.. I.OJ. .
BLater the reductloa to three centafollowed. I will visit the South this year. said
E. R. Lang- col rej. .JZ' oihe- thin
W. black
Johns. Fred Miller : sod<
that Dr. Porter "for the that the
though Ita STi-rrel upV'j reason
fS t I lley. J. Wal- 6 'It I N fiirher i
Herbert Young and A. white shown that
4M eaca lacxnce antVe era "m'.y: ,fivft ( From Dally Metropolis Sept. 1' ) Erwla./ who met Mr. Clark. at that' national and State health authorities I i

ft* that H wan la the nature otK .tI There Is a strong possibility that I place yesterday. Col. Krwti!: says he f+are co-operating and are vigilant all the halt tent'.i the: precinct p-ipulatlon-or.tali.f a the more entire thin

vxperiment Men tloa I* aieo made Informed Mr. Clark that the harbor along the coast and It Is ant to impossible ,
i fist cer ala chaige added 10 tte three> The Barge West Ashere Congressman Button chairman of I work here had been ansnended and I I for sr sic of fever to get musty I

: cent rae: and the reason thert-for I A large barge loaded with piling i the House River and Harbor Committee I that It would take an additional f>.- {into nay ports from a foreign roua- We't Palm )Beach or precinct Nu.

fThat j:; the Inriease of faffle when 1 for the extension trestles.went ashore will visit; Miami within the ernment appropriation to complete> try. 3. I I. shown In he neeord In pnnulallon. -

K g; the rate was reduced to 3cots perK |la the Boulevard channel yesterday next hew days for the purpose ot (he work. Mr. Clark expressedhim- "So far as I have learned rondltloni with lImon l City third and Co-
%t i I .,
<' awe waa not safflm at It justify the| {afternoon while. being towed from self si deeply. Interested in the welfare are good all over the South. roanut Grove "rr"
.".'i reduction '. proven I" .h< 11>1\0.\ ":< t the river to the terminal dock. It thoroughly acquainting himself with of Miami and its port and gave the people are heslthy. steps have I It Is regretted 1 fc: > the -> l le of

'! Stares gives; la the kill.K. {remained fast all night but was pulled the condition of the harbor aad the llwMltlve ...anal'" that he will do been taken early to pat their premt- th. I\lN'r..d towns Chit thelifOTtnlIel .

: For the Ducal )ear ceding June SO, off this morning without damage. government work aicompleted in tbe ,lull In his power to have the work 1 'es In condition and to drive out the I..n.u. was not taken; spar.tely or

E ,' 1H4. the cost of oprrat'tg the rat |1- same (! here continued and completedMr mosquito sad I see DO reason why 1 si>rrxt.ly fron. 'hn. pr>o-

fc f. aeager department ws 11112.745.0' ](pal far Fist ("oaaeI Concresstnan Burton I I. making a Clerk also stated that he would I 'we should not con'lnne h-lth) c The reoelpla. la *Q&g those fron.B It |I. now Inv'r-KtIMe, to tH" ..h.f p r- oJ
.t | I Seven' schooners, coal laden for wire (.'ongremmsn Burton to mete through the remainder of the sum-
and sleeping cam were tour of southern rivers and h.'irbor of the 'Kpt'lMion sctiiillT reside
'j'Jl&rIor 'the F E (Railway Compaay. ire ; an spuolntment with him either in i m..r"
**l7 $S2X174.Zl. making a loss ofB The for the purpose of faraillsrlxlng bIn. Jacksonville Kort Heir. I.. ''h'n th"'r c-r'mrst* lltil'I
{ ; | ,now dtschsglng at Jacksonville. or when i Dr Porter, who U alto marine honi -
rMa. stated thitnnles I 110

B| year ea<1ng! June 30. 190V.wss en-1 147.T rfK .' 'hotels of the company along the east ...11be\ posted when applicants for to Ms' attention, and If po..thi*. accompany special In.lr..tln"pr... re1 had b"en party C alfiri to the d.strn .- t

40M and for the n"1nr| ,iriart and the P t O. 8. S. Use appropriations an prevented the noit him here for a review, olTn1 1 cel ed v.>w1s entering; F'orMa por's '-' ion "f Pi. qiiit'-e I"-a nanIf"y'r 1

Jars 10. IX* wes IT5.77iS3. ''in this" city The coal will be broukhti .It alll'oa Isfter the tat of Xorember would bt eeiered. thai in '''......r .o-s
Krax .Pt.-t Against' LarsB.O Congress. He Is now st Appalachl-
''south and ample wlater'a ('01 t.r"ln Is confident .Mr nark free If .vn1l""r.r I .. d "
-. tel sWef hy errs an t given pretloue i a pn i ar .n rat to .,
'I The comp'iinln: corm in "n i cola and will be Invited here Or fonrressmaa -
; the hood ts..>ei hv t!" FloridaB"l i ''unpTily distributed at the various I Till do ill po dbte In. the premises ,i lie Porter also said that duringIthe the In.rx. ',,ire! *:'r: r f' at ,1' me-a-
wblrh{ I' 'places mentioned. There are upward Yark Olsrn ">nd If the dlt ,
? i'att t H 'war nigoB
Slated JC..t PDi of w-b'-n I I' '-. rn**.e itliiaver t lot .*ren tborond bus of fuel onboard This was the Information t>roa lIt ome to Mtsril. port of the State, .*M r'e. '- ,. "nalanal t

r. that If the nuiaium rate ex- the vessel from Fort Pierce by Col. W. M at liens make their stay pleasant land that In sections where the people fever will tee a 'I r.< 'h.' p;&>>t."


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This huu'd lie fall win County' Superintendent of Reg.stra
a great and Although Secretaries Taft and Ua-
S Bobo Dean. See .Treu. 'I' Ion Hurtvkhaw .sports. an entire lack
Tatum President ler for Miami The
B. B summer season con lire n0. ID t..ana revlewlns'he AND LEGISLATORSInvited
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANYtits of interest in be general election (o
I bat been much better than fir tear.,
) war aituitlon; for the purposeof
be held In Nut ember In hat hose of ,

-months . . . . 11 W One year .lr* I inJ, the bverchant and business man the deput registration' officers In tb.\] arriving at unie conclusion whereby :,

Those paying In advance will receive a )'.U', tubtcrtptlca $1 SO will turn Into the big load of better carious precincts of the county report I ,""".* can IM secured. there i* a

all J phI months inscription for ii cent nit U a liberal dltcoun indue I,loingt: this cold spell cheerful ptos one single person registering to I strung w iitimenl throughout the 1.-l I

strictly advance payments.Entered [x'rou* slid with a mote d.''lermlnelronndencp vote In the said election lind that nothing short of annexa By Board of Trade, Fort

---- -- In tht mio'lti"s and I the city This Is regrettable It la very evi I| lion by the I sited States win ever i

Iba. there those b.. Driug about :i satisfactory adjutnieLl -
dent re Quvebecome
second clue bin east tutor- Myers Visit the aid
at the Po iofflce at Miami. Florida a* matter.i t Everglade
There Is nothing In she curt,] the of age 1 In the county, and who of the trouble and m..DI.la'

-. -- matter with Miami and the peuplehereabout have qua.I lued otbeiwia lo vole in 1 permaneQi: peace IB the Queen of the Study Drainage Problem.

....., .:\I"H: ll. 1MM since the Antllct.
'HIII.\\. "' ran make I.. the peer In the next general election I

rotunierclal importance of any city In :aai books were open but why toe)' I I It Is also very evident that the

Stale do not register and qualify tbt'mael"1 majority of the iople of Cuba (court I
the They are doing this vet>
THE PRESENT BOARD OF LOTS AND STREETS OVERGROWN ,i'!thing and doing It successful! but aa electors it more than anyone butthemselves I not only Intervention but aaex I II

PUBLIC WORKS PROBLEMThe WITH WEEDS | |It wll take continued push to reach can explain ll It true lion by the nlted State government Invitation have been tent out ills

I tne greater end and make. ,foal The that a general electlou where therela I It. and there are open .XPrt'lll-j week by the Board Trade to theGovernor

In received at this ,drone or the who oviTlnokt! no oppotlug ticket It merely a slont to that end The o
Metropollt does aot concur A communication man 01"| and hit cablent, C: 8. geatlort
it clearly discussed
form of leaglismg nominees to office. very and pronounced
unit b It always a lower "The
the opinion voiced by tome personsat office reminds the Metropolis that port I remark-1
race belongs to the vlglian aa well one vote .II suffice a* well aa one la this somewhat aid Representatives member

the city council chamber a few I grass Is growing knee high along varloua as the strong" said Patrick Henry, thousand but this is not the ques table editorial In the Havana 1..1 a the PorUa legislator sad editorsof

evening ago that the Board of Public sidewalks of 'the city, and that and he adv.ce he gave Continental t.on Every male of legal age sbou.d graph of the 14th the day Florida aewipapert to become the

but it day I the vacant lots holds good today In businessas hold the matter of voting a duty heowe landing of marines from the cruiser .
Work shun d be abolished the re It no end to patriots (uet t he people of Lee county
Denver I
concur la the opinion of others that waist high In weeds and bushel, be well at It did. then In politics andstatesmanship '!' He *la to a part himself and and parcel to of h.this country rent Sow that President Palma has on a trip o to u*.e ixeecaooee, says

member of the board should get : stole unsightly II t deemed It the Ion Myer Press Editors over
the presenting a very Now right here It where the Me I' State aad national government and length wise to request
b* state are admitting thai they
tansy or get out I not unsanitary condition tropu'Is desires to stick a. pn. Thlt ,i a* such ke should exerclte hit constitutional the landing of Ameilcan sailors ap011 or nothing about the kD.'lttl.

This U the situation In a nutshell.The I i The tourist season It near at hand paper t kJo all wlte business Inttltutlont right by qua'lfylng hlmtelli Cuban toll ostensibly. at "least, of the drainage of the Evergiadea.qu.tl

land some step should be taken to improve i and voting la *ver)' election In which for the purpose of protecting American -
Board of Public Work l II a very : hat tn the pease of summer I I It U to enlighten them ibis que
'' the ,general appearance of the preparing II.I for the commercial; I I hit town-county, state or country Is property, may we not hope that 01
department In the diy goo he will further the wisdom uf I Ion and t give them an opporl..I1
neceaaary town The Metropolis reallin that concerned He It not a good c.tlien see
war of the fall and winter The management of feeing for themtelvet the real a,
ermiDent It I. the working M" of many of the .otarown high wU hat expended a considerable i who will nor do lb.. .sting the United State again to I t
| ,
ua Ion tbat this move been undertaken
I I"l1le'la Tweeds owned by persons outside Many are guilty! of hit offense and take charge of the Island' which It .
the municipality and the one through are turn of money to better the paper : There Is no polttlct 'a th*
of Miami who have no agent or repre- neglect claiming that they are too landed aver to him four years ago
make U worth of I IDlPI"
and and more ] the coafldene !
all public talld ng improvhug plan for the of county are
M-n'adve here, but his should not beaD and of 1 the Miami busy etc ,to register and vote, though |>eacef>il. rapidly recuperatng ppl. I..e
respect peo
must End IU way and be engmeeieJ from the effect of and fall I oklng at the a practical
I fit al he promiseso there are some who wll.ingly: and war
ennne owing
the pieA new aDdnod..D neat and I|I (I I. business standpoint To them
There U no que ton out cabal of hope
develop Into tn unsightly jungle/ job combined bas been Installed ''lbriH.gh an avowed In'ent refuse
press drainage than to the
biembera of the department are cum Ihe c () should see thai these and all advertising type secured and 'I I a hand and part In tbe electionsof "'twenty war vessel might drop I means more people
pe.ent men They have barn successful I .. her iota. where such conditions prevail In various ware the outfit so inert'.. the country tbou for of
great holy water
In private business affairs aDd I and land forces, a* the Denver aid
1 cleaned he ginning of l"uJoy.nl al of It* blessings and pros-
are at rd aa lo supply the demand It saw insight Lake itssurplus
Okeeehobee I.
mould bteo In the U.nrd of Public testerdjy aftenoon, and still Am .*r- pouring
he summer and .k pt ao nut I fa I The paper nil I shortly! be increased I peril They can not be called urea <
rom water toe Fertile
ANorks mere they united for tfc If the owneis will not clean .b..I... twelve I except In relation to tex can property would remain at the ;' o..r 11.0
to seven columns
I ihe CvrotMa. and, unless somethings
mon interest and welfare of Miami of Dade lucre) of rebel Though tile DenT .
IKreached. he city should TII'he young men county
ir can nut or sheen ,parts. and rain at 'ha' |II i irxpecti soon done to relieve the sltna'toa
and the trust and obligation I b' y assumed Con tallow\ arrived here Wt'JDt'lday three or
the and mute a rea.onable the Metropolis sayt Jour
Mean premises
to he over crowded with tdverilsemenu I
I one of I the grandest, mast
when e.ected ,o Iii tae important of the lour great sugar plantations were
charge agaltitt the properiyor as the merchants! ..111.1bu.III" self to be "p acid In either and produolre sections In florida )

positions they oociipt Bui met 110 doing tae! Mini to be collected iixn of Miami and Dudecounty I I above clashes rind time, take time damaged. perhaps destroyed, yester- will be ruined
are not ; discord 1* he prevailing ele II duo lay. and the .le.trucllon of railway i
bin uit are paiu If.here Is no the'r liberal In { o rrgn/ er and vote It )oui
by patronage
I The key of the drainage question
mint One nien>t > r petl.tently opposes rd.DRnr.M'rmltllnj[ this to be done i Ito I'D *o. Ito It ai any cost .iroporty seems to have begun i>.
hate H-n fill
the :onstrjted .
past < a Okeechobee Is the tm ta of
the other iwo u.ml..ra, who Those home I __ 'urne.t lo protect tbe live andiroperty 1
me should pasted of the sheMe
appreciation ecrv ce I the Klsnlmnwe river va-lspv and I I.
hating the advantage in eon tilting: of American through I
the major make It unpleasant. tar ermms who far thi-'r to .keep down can gross; be iro|">!U gives( them and the results. I CARRYING SUNSHINE he Island would tape lull,. halt the 'like a great Cnmeniaugh lam Brest

R. : there I .he troub'eWithout nd weed on premises 'Cruing therefrom Ste a Metroi :i''ning the country on .lh.." site of
h :
m git There It ab : WITH YOU egular army of the United biate i
no ed and punched oils adver leer an I see a proi>eruu I'II i it hiss above the lands ofIxre
union and harmony no tee 'an any tune .person believe thathe bcoua
I >]III'''e t' no ( icuse for <"o many p'ems
man lower Lucie and Dude
sons rr no body, pubic or otherwigcan In their condition I I IA I The cbeerlu' man," II) Dr. HI rebel will lay down their arm* ', .'. oto.1 t
Nlng present I The "-ea""on for this Is 0'", lou* fie: i. ouniie
be nucccaaful In their endnavui nfBie lit, "carries with bliu perpetually In I f'irit are landed to support the I
.j lj< n.ng the Me ropoln are Metropo Is hat more realer thnn anolb..r I have the
Wb le the Board of Public Works remains the All' has pressure and personality, an In government which they art sucking .omu.k..r spied oat
luts owned bt city. ,
veto paper piiblinhrd In Dale' conn rand the Ca oonahstebee.inrl .
In curb a torn up condition and rrolll'fill. I fluuuce that acts upon others as summer 10 desperately to overturn"n where country 0 >
tn them lh weeds are to tv, ant new one are being con ant I' In the face of an annual overflow '
Inactive ,the town IK suffering: 1h'"' and flour- warmth ou the fields and forrJU mr government to land JU.UU men
hue and four feet h'gX i i Iv added to thi 1 I'st There '. moos bate bir'l: preOy and
are do 04 practical aoihlBg ana sh withn; : a few feet of the city It wakes up ana calls out the beat .o usslsi the Palma administration I Ito .m.
to news In the Mer >poHs than sn" rth re-aied l that
dare done nothing during tale time Whose business Is Ito thai U In them U makes them restoring order, w* do not b 'llv, OraDI. groves are 8" a
:lali build ng I' here and It Is
printed renrrally 'Income
er to
the) hate bees IB office Some It I paper stronger braver and lIappl..r.I that the revolution would be enuVu [source aDDl1 tb..l.
see that this property kept two lb' Old of Its com the
a day or Capita Is's have seen opportunityFor
t -If'ftn' Toe b ante cer'an.y fa U upon :, pedtlve contemK>rtrtes <>n mot of and have had plantedtundreds
authorised Th. necessary election authorities spot of this world a :'Ighter. brighterwarmer at the request o( Presidentralma ID..I m.at
the city the news of the world This comesthrough i of In .
was held; bond carried; were advertised pLaife for o her pope lolive to assume charge, promising a'r. orange .
I.i every city tn the country the the fact tb.tI is the only grapefruit grove. I. the short space
for sale bids received and IB To meet him la the mooring justice to all we believe tbal tDer..bt'l. ,
street cleaning department keeps paper la this part of the State' receiving ''of lea years these Investments have
opened at the appointed time, but the and Ir 10 gel Inspiration which makesall would lay down their armscithout
down the weed In the street the Associated Press ditpatcbea crown to a value of million dollar
time friction that hat prevailed ever the day's task and struggles easler firing a toot o
sidewalk '
along i the They are supposed ttlll hammocks
since the formation of the board Hi* hearty hand shake puts a Tbat such an action would Inolv There are rl
to do It la Miami but a* an i Tea the season t* going (o be a big landt untouched by axe are
the award and thrill of Into veins Il. U
agar appeared over exerciseda n w vigor your the bitter confession that the
Instance of the carelessness Tbf'r..11\ here slued dollar .
M a result the bonds are atlll untold 'one. more people Ater: talking with him a few m,antes Cuban republic hat proved a fallire at o. .u.J more
: this work here we call than before tad consequentlythere These wou'J all settled
ever spot
and the (Mablke lujprovemeivu that you feel aa exhilaration of spirit. can not be denied bat this sad fact I.d b
the fact that male thoroughfare -
to on wl'l' be more businessOur if Id be from thetreat
nave bee contemplated and needed a quickening of energy, a .1I..a. of baa been only loo apparent for a rllel olaIe
of the city Twelfth street between visitors are beginning it. arrive even good of .. .
to long, art at a ttaadttlll .very the Miami Conservatory of Music [ seat. aa Interest In living and are long time If the administration Lk.Okl
and If would be successfulbe The lowering of
day waste U that much lost to the Hall now yon ready for ur duty or service .f President Palm the beat admlnlatratton -
and the Halcyon Hotel prop- a Metropolis advertiser and job feet below lit normal
elty "Greet hearts there are among that Cuba could have had. '
ertythe grass grows high on e'tberside i patron In the first you will I be sal's would tfcoapNsn. this and th*
Moat the public and should the pub 1 I men They carry a volume of man hat failed utterly. what room I* thereto .
of the wa k leaving but a narrowpath
Bed with the result, and la the latter lame reclaim thousands
lie stand for tuck M this It.. useless hood; their presence Ia luain.n.. hop that Cuba eaa malatala a lm
which walk It hat been
la to I I pleated with the class of work gig thousands of acre of the richest soil
to talk of abolishing the board. their coming change our climate; stable government T
n tb't condition and unnoticed alllummer the world.
That could only be don by an act It this ,en you they oil the hearings of life; their "If the return of America contra
Dot carelessness'
I gross 'h .
Surely people are
of the Legit atar. fall behind them .t dlr
aaj consequently Who It to blame for It The OOTHE shadows always 115 11I.Y1la.a'4 we know tbat 'ly concerned la this matter .

the prevent organisation practically Board of Public Work might give lb.aD..r they make right living easy Blessed even aa long ago aa last September b"
right to heard It will he baud
hare the citizen In their The I makers, they Liberal b
power are the happiness certain of the leaden pasaionat.ly '
EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE thai t they are not opposed u> the
situation deplorable and at a rem- represent the belt lorcet In civilian I protested that rather than
And this Is but one of the placeswhere drainage tai that Is would be Im-
f'dtile only one we can tee -we I lion" have Thomas ttrada Palma president o
How and -
and have beenleg ettployers
the weeds graft many employee hem to dra'. the water
would suggest that the three members for another four they 1- 0
<< ected It It high time that these entertain M>d express: for one another I II year Why thea should the peo-
of this the could back the American ll.
Important department of bring In-
that feel' of
-narert were being given attention ng appreciation and MR. BRYAN'S p e of the drainage 41.trlr
city make one flaal effort to ret wget l.rYeDtloD.11 it not be Defer
and stain we put It up to the Boardf gratitude (hit they should Some Qv oppose the pita for they are not
: her In an harmonious manner and I"BEST WAY" and wiser to call for It at once. than '
And what aketbiy
labile Works to get toge her and not many a nits railed pay any of the
at for the and benehtof tbeountry UII t pi
pull one good
procrastination to plunge
lo :belt duty bt the city or gel out make bt not 1'0 doing Ihi.. I by tai In fact tne Florida
Miami and If hit ran not be done i William J Rrvan has come lo the into civil war that will coer I II
o Is \>probably nore applicable to em (outside the drainagedistrict 1 are
and they rea lie thai there It no pot man 1 rescue of Pret.dent Roosevelt "The I thousand of :lite and millions upI I D
of THE SCHOOL ROOM ITS ptoyera employee Reciting bent to stand b) ,the Pietldenbe I ca led U\ to pay one cent la tales
ability burying the hatchet to to ; an Instance of the ID.rat'tutie o.employer way uo millions; of treisure
as of the State
even portion
apetk that they lender their resignations said In an aJ tress to IVmocra Thirty thousand Amer.c.-in troops fo
DUTIES to commeaaIng
funds In the hands of 'tie DoarJ of
l to the city council and permit thereon the Tampa Herald saysA ;lof Nebraska a few days aiO.I.1. 'tue irrnyej on the side ol the admin '
Trustees of the Internal
that body to fill In a legal; manner \SltLlo a few weeks, or on the first particular case cam':! to our notice 'ect Democrats to Congress and the .tralloll. will not prevent such ulond I'. hat been derived from Impt"I..tPnd. the sa e

their places with citizens who will In Senate, for the I>mocrait have stood shed and destruction-one American
Monday October the pubic school In relation between
tome! time ago a I if lank the proceeds of .brb: muss
"'or| la harmony and to the end that a Miami will open again for another an cmpiover and in employethe by nl d letter ban th. Republican. 1ig: firing from the palace, we believe l 1'stssed) tnls n and
Miami will! not suffer for of on the rjonu.ipo, 'ant quest on* fo r purpose
want pub- l..rlD. The majority of county schools cmplote had been In the e-m p 0) i "ilia. I I"Americans for other
tC': Improvement aa It it now doing The lauunled Thomas I ,..>...rt. utThrums bowed their good no
have lready opened bat the term u ''of' the employer for several months 'I The people of Lee County ren':le
Thlt would be commendable and icer.!Ing 10 b.s: bl..ltr..VII..1Ir ..lth bv hauling does tbe tan and I
not considered on until the city land I bad performed ht duties faun that If he editors of Florida and the
honorable We contdentlouily believe J.OI.f Parrie. used l 10 argue .-lrlKla Cuba while the Cuban
schools have begun. Commenting > |
uptbe i fully and well In fact, his place of the legislature will come
each of the gentlemen are deeply 11\ opening of school duty aDd I|i cou.4 not hat been filled for the 'hat a buLioi.st could not exert to national emblem was ran up- if the here m..rr and learn the true

Interested la the welfare of the attractiveness la the school room.etc.. That have any .-ntc of numor that I the latter must cum down U will nave altuatl
sonic employesaw they will see that there Is much .
city but are to ('OIDPI....', Influenced he esteemed Tampa Heraid recites an opportunity to better: hlmfelt rapacity to be hunioroiu and -hecapacity !been the taut of Cuba own sons, the drainage fo them to

by personal difference that they are ta follow and hesitated not to accept It. He to appreciate humor were not of the great people which bat and they qo..to will be ab e
unable to agree anything of a two different qualities. and could and consistently alt- C.ld..r. t
upon School will soon open again Thousands merely acted on the principle of barter !o generously write and with a knowledge
public and official This beIng hardy be united In the same Individual a o
nature of children are Ih'nkln about that toe heartless rnelhot of njoderu played its frlendsblpHoa facia

true and they appreciating the i and panning for It. School book |'commercialism baa placed ot air Mr Bryan appeau to be a alvlug D lh

fact that It la Impossible for them to rill be brought out new ones will be vice of men He informed he em witness. to the truth of )lr. Hag J. 8 Beard has a scheme by WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING

come together we suggest: that the, ;urcbi. 4. new Ho1, tie, shoe. and plover that be would leave hit em gar*'t theory He hat repeated! which he Intends to deprive negroes

get down and out Thai would be will shown himself to be ut'er'y devoid of I tt voting When It come to
wraps lie bought and on the open plo on a certain date, and carried lIf''utI I Excellent Literary Program
the proper thing to do but If they can ng day the young army will prevent i out hit In:eatlon Here our story: I all sense of humor but a* an uncontclout I ing free advertising the Octmntaitatesman M..cl .I

unite .he public will be pleated to re- tat f ready for a long term of useful bead D. humorists he has no living Is onto his job Palalka Rsn
lain them at terraa't Dlirucl'on. In most of the greatcenters I 'The employer did C" ."': him that I equal Times Herald
Gentlemen of the Board of PublicWorka -o f t runt Dally Metr"|>oll*, iMpt Mi
of education the schools have o
he was sorry .hat he w to ion t h ,
what are you going to do' been made more attractive and Inter, services. but rather' In-lnuateJ that I POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS When that I.awreuce-Brteteli. board The Woman Club I -yaw'terdar

o sting each ).ear until the pupil are It was thorough! Immaterial t- : I IN THE UNITED STATESThe "f arbitration get through It* wars I afternoon was m".' pn''rt.11 .

reailv anxious for the vacation periodo lie did not Inform 'the empovt. tll.I'' ne ol the olner of the contending, Ing and attended bv a <<
PISTOL TOTING A pass. MI the can get back to their he bad performed his ilutle* weil, anu staid oil Macon Newt in advocating ,'.rtle* will nnibably' have a III' ''' I of Miami club women, and v,.

COWARDLY PRACTICEThere Ilul\\'.... This has been accomp'lshenjv '! that ne had been faithful t t" -Ii 1! tongs; the establishment by the goy -** laud than they used to own I III ltor .

the manner of Infraction. b"tns I The afternoon was given:' up to music
: but rather assumed nn air of super or trnment of |otal savings banks
It a constant preaching b) made more simple. mo'-e direct and Ity that Indicated that the relation makes this atement The King of Greece has conferred and readings .t h a cream aDo

the against: the dangerous andcowardly Jame E Sail' I rake saleat* 'he c ow. the procee
press more loterrsting ihrou/h natural dlslon between him had conic to an "D.I'Dd Nine yesr. ago A warm agl'a I Ion be goiden cross upon i'

piacilce of earning con of suit pets, br'ght leouie: that there was no mote to be Mid In favor of the .I.blbbm..DI of po 1 Ilvan' the American Commlw tn !'d."O. to the l.hr.r fun I This

ceased weapons. and recounts of 'he pllHIC'.1 exercise and a mingling of "It would be a hard th'Do< 10 sat tal savings bank sprang up. aDdI he Olympian game When ibis I I s .. second entertain, n' nt of tte

crimes that occur therefrom Pra ideas 'bat bate the more readi y de that that employer was lacking! In at 1 j|I.... particularly Nrenuout and In' newt reaches William J Bryan ft' i|i' any autumn in) wilt IM followed

tics ly every paper la the State has "'f1opPd he perception and under the finer feelings that make true slstent In and about Ih'cago Un' will say some warm words to thai'. by o' nersat 'h* i iif hays!

condemned the practice The late*.. 'Sliding of th" young people Amt_ man He was ungrateful d' totally |!,i.e ..ar1 b Spain came on soon King I I orter ."al" J Kolb and <

however It the 8t Lact Tilbune, mentt acC entertainment of a varied lacking In appreciation beyond a afterward and the subject was lout \V Gardner presided

which. tarsHhe -hurtcier have alto been Introduced doubt but he did not think so. He from the public mind la the war ex Don forget the ea-on la advancing The program which wit mate mof >

htb't of carrying deadly ''II such a manner at to preclude the believed that he was doing the' proper clteroent Not a tew banker opposed rapidly and that yon are nezl-ctln mol pleasing: and beautiful selc

w.apons which has grown to such poMlbllltf dullness. until ttudy'ng thing when h. treated his employs It. but at a rule. the general' puttllcfavorei < your fall and winter rmr.nlrn lions was 'in full a* follows

arming! proportion hat attiacted s no forger looked upon at a hardship la the manner stated but It was pus the adoption of the ytem Every day yon allow to pans n that I P ano *,10. Simple ('onfeaslon''sites -

the attention of many able writer hut Is rather considered a plea tlbly no mere brute: In him II a tvitem freely utilized: In other cone much valuable time |ot to you I t Rush

and they have com>..n'f'C1 on and ire Tb.re should. be a fraternal fee.. must have been that the employer trie. Krumn up your aJ kt once; the Me'ropolls Vocal .Sale "A Dream"- Mr M,:

condemned It as Cnwar'MTbe 'nr between teacher and pupil that wa so wrapped up la hitnt-lf bit "It praelral'y; : put a savings bankIn will nubl'sh! It and IU ..raoI wellRead

latest object l.non in I the rill bring them to each other In I Iten, ng- Miss a. Ton
; h- could t''v no good 'n his evert locally with\ ... government Ino mulls i I -
evils: ..f the habit comet to ti. this .... I Vocal, solo Hn Itot"Mrs Graham -
work of equlplng the touncer: for He believed and honestly. so t b .hln* \It Here and th".e are "-iv B

week from Brooksvl'le Tue..d.v ti1rrtion ate ba'tle of life The school room tlat be had crou h ro
two respectable( white men en 'ih.ntld' be made bright: and st'raet've Iran In allowing b m to remain In would Inaugurate them in eterv local ( following; in the wake o a wave of Piano olo-.Ml.*
gated In a quarrel about a negro During every session there hou d be tit empl'iv, under ronlltlon\ p ....lbh uy ntitawaaarn erea'.ei (;n ernnr Vocal| olo. "r..1I.:. .* Ferry

HM won't a"d Insult followed and > five minutes reel and 'the iwii'tl Iha, II less faithful man would haverefiied "A vast number of people needthem I I ;llroward at Tamp: I. few ,)Is" arts Vocal. "'0 Mr KrsemerRenlinc

tx ,U 'pu "led th-'r guns and began fir I hould be put| through i cal'benlc 10 remain under and .1 renews'! of 'the effort 01 i I n .d' oalv of !vf'rliad. d"nalI "t il"ie." Mrs King..KK .

'ng: The r"..>n't' I I" both men are ".er'-l_ for 'ha -riol led the .-iitlon \ olo. "A Mar MorningM -
"' drafted
; hjr a'I 11 I I. such ln'at.r a* the shot 1 tail! T I I. springing( np lt. object beingto net and a ir fa'n

d'1l'1 and two families are bereaved .arh"ra 'I 1 h's will relax both mind tba '...11..e min to d. their work 'n secure 'e
r-> h h1 his o't and used them to and body and lncre the ctpec'ty a half !hearted manner Tne emp'ov! will bring In po*'aj savings hank advorate<| b) 'he h' f execnt'v.' and, :- Miss PerrvVoca

<'..idv| effect for work T>'ore shou.d he harmony, era. however, often wand 'r whv It l I' he ."prrt.'r. of /<"'nige. ind p"dged Mrs MaxwellAc
"*H.1 nHiher of them > .. ,I <-om[..ni"ts. \fir. v* Htha and
po"iu e ar'rote.r rpa'hv chn rlnr** In every 1'010'11- thai etch Ks 'he iase Such employ 1 Thlt Un't TV>t'on or New York," I '"ppor1 to the 'ameone

west we-i'd have .Non the then will tab w. be a pleasure! and eta can not appreciate the fact that write a fiery\ number of the Frerch I Score fir th-' rnnorI. Rash

r suit' Thei mt' hi hare fought hut very clll d will\ run to II." the I --
there are m.lIv. )es majority of (namher of IM'UtUs.. ,1I"ruolnl hoSundat
I J' won d h.'n. In the root) old: -tt-- who I A evldrr of t'i- mitnlfile of rit.ibi, Pip
men count apprec at Ion of inclr closing law fh a Inokt liken I. L.yl"l

f'ah toad w si "I h nn'ure s w.atit >' It /It crtifv D'n note that the ."rtle's I alniort a* much as the tat 'I talb..r1 111'.11' comp.lment: to our n-jt IOT'I..* a -" n tn Ho ,da 'or Fd Ritfer hat ron

t>- and ne)' ttr would have rerlved I .d of P-jM \\Vrli Ass tot bmvu arv that Is st'.rh-J D the prfoman .iletv 1..t.lr'h.r I I. itxr" tntdc that mevead th. eneapatira for laitng
.' 'a "un"o A rpffn-r'i *n ('ul'I",. down some of 'their duties o In" f Mlntrt! 1 1M''' H'ast'en.*. 'h. fl> xl'0, water mains arrrws he

"\\'.. to n wl h he. many 'nen wnnire :laf the unnlrhtlv wrests and bushes f iraltude It one kind of apprccl The Florlla School F.tryanent p-cf: .hlrh opens ''..., nit er ; Pint more \l.ml river it We*, Tw.'lf-h a reel

cond.tnr>t"e t... habit Rome sacthra '>..' '>, : rttv However ureadvl Th'' will connect the alredr 1'
: at'tan Thoii McBeth has enacted up<.n f hun ih'eon" ;1"" p tae ma n*
11: :; ; ; r"I
".r" 'be"n f'r protect on but : 'hete I Isi.l I on.1 .
Improvement '1 'o itre.'n'b 'aar The Exponen' I 10 .-.k.t fnr th- date "'b" ho'oM' the "**ti and avenn -

1 I', .s "..I' ,, a wn-d, a-hn fe'r'' omen ""d 'f the ae--v 1 ffp..eice.. that have I'reldrn'! PulTa, fol'ow. the poll' the load nil: diirt'tnnal 1 pn'i'lfa' rro \pr' \ rti' n.lp'" l1'le-d .1'1 n'- ..* nf Rlverslde .u"nirb with, those

w Ill c 's' II..t in 'ne mih'lr' I .fo a1 ''''''nr I l's trie-..he1will bef 1..1'1'. f. vetsc4....1 l : al'l I i is i'WMVKitf I if Fl',, ""a *n 1 am "f 'he nv>*i aMv ''11:' s- i\ flit\\ "f Iho "''11'1 n. '!'- rf h. c tv rr"p 'h," giving ,the
Pr-'d" sr-I b' "....'" T>,....fnre It I ,-e.-- w-a foot r<""(ln the depart"rr' to 'h. time WTin "er ih. gas; 1l'td In the eoiivrv llr.. a tl .h e' r" f-a-at-I-I! "l'1 "I''r. -ekmg: .. d.->'. "f /, part a water erv-

"" ,' "", 'I, "'."1'''" '0. .. i m vet ",, of .->r"e cane antrrr. efnr,' fOT*. ire r.a'aa'.ed: th" '.>r a tong ant I r ir mued life to the rally' .""""r.'a t 'I!1' '' .1 1" mini Ire The fnlh.IP |I.. "r ace
a vii ", to" r a a ins 1'' 1 t .01'M' et 'h. e M nr'-J'oh"l'| *".. .
iM Hid
-1,1-1 asks for "" a'r- .t-e) an1 t;, on.-ot an 1 n-av It irroinl-h j *< I. r 0' tairh Iett"'s r-c sail 0 lxfna "Kin TwrsMnnt

action 'Z31r. a fellow t .. -..-.., .-. soh,., II the, were -h v win a bat'le! :he d< r ate'wit I h 1 n 'h a''io. tai .1.iri" n 'n ...- r..,' f. s'er titan e.- h.-.. hen rr. '. }t-r -he .an>e Tai

mall. chosen bv the people 'w :. b. In few daisP.C.
afreao In he fll i" a* I I' has nth'- PJ' .'t t r t




I Farmers Are Praying For Completionof I II I I Annual Fall Shoe Sale t

Hot Profitable to Cultivate Land I The United States Does Not Monc-P
Hew Rock Road-Cormpond-

That it Hot Imploring In Quality olize it-Business Enormous and ----1-
cut Tells tlf Viait to Two -- -- -
Valuable Farming Information Greater Last Year Than Ever
Farms Apples Are

Extracted From Editorial. Before-Some Fifnres.

Being Cultivttcd. W. M. Burdine

In view of the Insurrection development -
It It not profitable to cultivate land Homestead Sept IS--- Mr. T. H.
In Cuba pe.r (cu.ar Interest -
which Is not improving In quality. O. Sjostrom is on a business tripto
attaches to an official statement
Increasing IB fertility all the Urn. Boston and other northern points. showing the trade relations between

The importance of this fact U clearly airs. M. .\. McKae. ot Jackjonvilleho Cuba and the United skates which

mown In an editorial IB the Epito- I* YI.1tlnlller son. Mr. H. Kirk- baa Just been laaued. I

...... mist says the Florida Agriculturist patrick has been quite 111 for the Statistics compiled by the bureauof I
.. The raplj extension of Internal Itn !past too weeks, but U slowly tecov- commerce and .abor show that the i Starts Sat. Morn. Sept. 15. 8 o'clockTTOur
provement.. such ai railroads ana ra >IU. commerce of the United States with I ,
the the la and was greater the ,
oats are facts placing agncnitnr Miss Annie Klrkpatrick. who baa during
ItU of the whole attics IB a sltua- been visiting In Jacksonville has past fiscal year than ever Dt'fore.I I
Uoa to compete with each other on returned home to till delight of her While Import fell slightly below I
early equai term *o far aa the ex- naiiy friend :lIon of tbe l'0i fiscal year, owingto '
pens at transportation to market in forest tires have been raging for the fall la the price of sugar, the
the sale of all the products of thecountry the past week, doing! considerable export to the Island were n percent i
U concerned. The conse- damage In the northern section. In excess of those of 190S:

ensure must be that every section wilt Mr and Mil K M. spencer en- TS per cent more .than those for 1XM.>> / Fine line of ladies
be compelled to conflne Itself 10 thecultivation :.ertalned at dinner Sunday evening and about 120 per cent greater than wens
of such articles oa.y aa .n their usual charming way, .:0n ,,- those of 1M3.
are beat adapted to IU climate and + were laid for WHO. The Increasing consumption of 11 and
oil There limo apprehension thai Kev )lr. .;4.d.111 bold .-r.I American products by the peop.e ol children's shoes to go at
our agriculturists will ever degenerateand vices in the n:t Kcdiandi schoolhouse Cuba la shown by comparison of the
fall back to the unskillful. Inefficient next Sunday.: September It records' for the past four year la
.abor of the careless cultivator All are cordially InvUed.Mr 1903 Cuba tank American goods of I II a Great Reduction. A line

with his unimproved sppllances A* Anna Meeker, formerly 01 the value of about $22 000.ooo, In 1WM,
far a* the prosperity of this leading this place, writes frl..uJs. that she f2T.000.000; In 105. 138 000 OOO.while;
occupation depends upon the tulllfnl \has arrived at b..: northern bO'.:e In 1XX the total reached the figure i Chance to fit the Children with

and jud'eious. cnltivstioo of the eanbH in Pennsylvania but Ions; for the of 147.763681.
U not only certain not to recede, l-ltes of Homestead. I. l0t we bought of Cuba a total
bat to advance Mrs. C booe and son have arrived of I86.J04-J&I.) but the purchase of school shoes. Watch for our big
The proaperlty of the agriculturalist on their hom *l.&& "'1 beSavajo the last fiscal year fall slightly be ow
U also promoted not only by .". Mrs Booe u aa acqulsItloa this. the total being IS4.<7* *31. Tb
Improvement IB the proceB of Its being a One masldsa. tin balance of trade Is. therefore, still circular and remember besides the
Industry but Improvement la all other are glad to welco'ne them In our strongly with Cuba but If we contian -
.r... The products Of agriculture, circle. to increase our exports la anything
'feeing art'c'" of prime necessity.have Mrs C K Young, of Miami. U like the proportion which the great reduction we are giving free
at nearly all time* the lame latrlaalc visiting her daa"bter.tri.. fjoIrom. *- past few year baa shown It wilt ,
value, though heir exchaagable valve probably not be long before the balance -
varies greatly bat a treat aambei The farmer are preparing their is with as We are now taking I with each pair of shoes purchaseda
of other manufacturer have conui seed beds for their winter erw end a very large percentage of the tote
bated to Increase tile eichangabl hoping the much talked of aud burg output of Cuba but are a 'oag way
value of agricultural: products, and tooled for rock road will be compi.H- from monopolising her market for full 25c bottle of Whitmores shoe
It U obvious that these advantage ed aa promised to Homestead rta- our produce
are a* permanent a* the application tlou; otherwise It will be almost a Sugar I I. the principal Importation

of mechanic power that baa given useless undertaking with the condition from Cuba Of the tS4.000.000 or polish either gilt edge or French
birth to them. It U the growth of various the roads are la at pre**.t. imports, sugar represents more than ,
manufacturer IB our own and The correspondent visited !\Ue fruit sixty Billion Of the rest we peat.
other countIeS and the Improved and vegetable farms of Mr. II. Mti- fit.SCO.000 for tobacco. ",000 000 for Gloss. Remember the date 15
means of transportation, by whichtbeee patrie. and bin son K. H. two of cigar anj cigarette. 12000000 fb Sept.
manufacturer' *.. brought to the many Interesting place IB ibis Iron or*. and $1.000.000 for bananas.
our doors. that have contributed to neighborhood We bought more stager of Cuba during

secure a better reward for agricultural Ibe growth of the 11 aPfl Tire the IttW fiscal year period than
Industry and trait trees are marvsoiis. daring tbe year before but the much
Farmer are beglBntag to disco\ ,.< Among them are fig trees full r>f lower price kept tile total a* measaared -
that the occupation of xbaaated land trait planted tea months ago, bananas In dollars below that ot the
poorly cultivated cannot successfully I set out last October .n bearing previous year.
compete with the judicious cuitltalloo condition One bunch was noticed Toe principal article of export to W. M. Burdine Miami
of improved rich and well with two hundred fruit n.i it. Cuba are Iron and manufactures FloridaPains
tilled land because the latter with \ pawpaw tree over twenty feet tour, ca'tle lard. lumUr boots s st ,
leas expense can snake two bushel II high from which over one baa lr"d shoes, soak cotton goods, cnrs and
of grain to his one and because this pound cf fruit have teen ntherd carriages and corn la toe order given
great d'.spertty must every year Increase to date plum peach cherrr: nd c.t- The exports of cotton gods are only r
In proportion to the grogre ru> fruit, .1000 a variety of grapevines USOOftOO. which show that we do
sire exhaustion of the first and tbeImprovement ,pineapple and odor ttlln s. not get neariy' as large a proportionof from a Burn Promptly Rtlisved
of the latter The coat which space forbids otioniDg.Out the Cuban trade In this directionas I
of production must be reduced and the success of their spar tries win we should The chief Increase in by Chamberlain's Pain PalmA The Ocklawaha Nurseries

the yield Increased The profit caDoub" be of great Interest as tll. v late ,Cnba exports: from AnTr'ca war
be derl"edhe.. the receipt exceed several varieties. w bl"m pcent *- la Iron and stetL-Atlanta Const:
the expense: and a* each Individual Indication .\explode\ : the old tutlon. little child of Michael Stnua. TANOIKINE. FLOIDAWant
i of Venon Conn, was recently In gieai
farmer U compelled te compete theory that apple can not be grownin .
with the other, only the moat liortda."ALLJIiATOR. Chamberlain* Cough Remedy Ae son pain from a burn on the hand and an Orange Grower to know that It I I. to their tatervet to buy tre
Improved Imp'ement and appliances I cold applications only Increase lie ITJSL their .IMII. Because they have TIll: BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA
can be depended apoa to derive the Na UTS' Plan Inflamatloa. Mr. Btrasi came 'o Mr GOOD RESULTS ua only be obtalal'd from "". that kayo to abundance
greatest gain at the lowest cost. JO"R.rt"RXM lass N Nichols. a local merchant of GOOD ROOTS, item that are STOCKY topa WELL DhTV.XOir.nxIN8WTT:
That a total revolution la all method The most successful medicines are or something to stop the pain Mr and leaves, not woodtb.t I. ENTtR.t.Y ran or INJURIOUS "
of farming ..1'1 soon be ef teed (From Dally Metropolis Sept. 17.) those. that aid nature. Chamberlain's Nlcho says: "I advised him to use un ONE TREES have all these OOOD POrN'nII. their favor sad ww
admits of DO reaioBab.e doubt. As Warren France better known a* Cough Remedy acts on thus: pan Take't :Tbamberlaln's: Pats Baa and tb. e.n.. Invite your iaspeetiom. 8PDCIAL IKDCCEaOfam: are efse-
toe farmer constitute a large class "A'llgalor: \ Joe the man who) can wElti you have a cad and It will\ first application: drew out the 1m- ed to those who will\ place their orders sow- for ran .II.f'fT. OUR NTW
among the producer of wealth they probably do more with live\ alligators. allay tb* cough\ relieve the lung. flammatlon and gave Immediate r* EARLY SEEDLESS ORANO: EARLY AS PAJtBOM BROWN PROLIFIC
must keep aberaat of the leader In *ld nature In restoring the system to I""r. I have never known It to des AS PINEAPPLE. A8K ABACT n.
crocxxUes and various other reptile CATALOOUB FRXX
the march of progrtra. They should a healthy: condition hous,ids have appoint For sale by all druggist
be ready for any change that may cccur than any other living man. andwbc 4-.1; to Its M,.r1 r excellence.It and Biscayne Drug Co.
I I. known from one end of be Address. The Ockldwaha:Nurseries
- by acquiring all Information counteracts any tendency of a
country to tIe other on account of his --
which I* necessary to enable them to .wT cold to result in pneumonia Price.
adopt their course to that new exhibition his uncanny pot, returned 25 cents. large see. 50 cents For NOTICE. O. W. CONNER.Tangerine l'8tll'let..
this from four
sots of tb'ng by which they will sale by ail drugylst and Biscayne Flerlda
month visit at Kna* City: during; I
some lime tie sumxtnded. aad to .....cb he gave unTi) exhibitions and Drag In the County Judg:s Court of Dad Or M. t, IURSANK. Agt, Miami. Florida
which they mu' aicomodate themselves "coined" moa y. Co.A County Florida.
If they with to participate In M Inl..r'. Experitnce Our
1 had a good season" said. Joe CKEOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ants fleas, aaf
the general prosperity which await this mnrnlBX and made more money la re the Estate of John Panders. other vermin will do the work
cultivator '
the Intelligent aDd Industrious An Ocala minister met ""b an experience
late of said county, deceased.
1 Dave that
than ever made before In I
of the soil The spirit Of '.- last Saturday night which

r cultural .Improvement 's airousad ninth and time I went exhibitions away under in ElectruPark contract I he does not with to repeat He was Notice I I. hereby given that OB Monday
and is extending itself rapidly' overthe I If is a beer drinking resort called on to rolotrmlze a marriage I the ISth Jay of October A. I)., : Fred'k. S. MorseRealEstate
whole country producing a'ibarp The don and the usual
I hand act congrainlationa I wll to the Honorable
between old and newmethous. on >he day 1 opened up Inertwer I : 11006. I
competition .
which fol ow and the parson
| 11.400 perton Jlinking beer A. E. Heystr. County Judge of said
tb* lotmethounded upono '
home and
cusbms aDd he I and enjoOng themselves, and I male l was ready to return county, my final account, and all
d and obsolete and lust 11.140 out ef them. That's the.way a* It often happen there wa present vouchers of the estate of John Sander
latter. on the latest discoveries 1 a mine who had no escort and the I ,
science 1 anew bow many were bf'1'eI *, late of said county deceased
Improvement la agricultural I true to his Christian nature
I because everybody there come :o take parson and at the came time make full and
proffer feat. yriVres, : which were Offlees ap stair Cot Ave. C snd 11 tb 8%.
In my show I charged ten e'en'. ad- i i final settlement with a full report of
Killed by RattlerNe accepted As they wended
graciously <<
m'tslon and cave then a 'ranale' tu all my action and doings with rotation ,
.* reached the city yesterday the water with a crorodt.e: and otherstunts I their of a way shaded homeward vale, several In the shots darkness to said .esta'e and at tile sam I Miami. Dade Co.. Florda.
that ..ur.tI'kl.4 'em Yes. I time I will ask for final
a discharge as
death at Cross Ba>ou. near I the
of the rang out on the night air and as I
of did well but am glad to get back to I administrator of said estate.Emory .
Whitehurst I
E. L.
Largo- of bull.'. whistled and arouna
pt -
Mlarrl and the 'G ades I feel betterhere. : AGENT OR LANDS OF -..
the 8pradllDI.I .
of >
the but known young mea them It was evident the were m..Dtror I ;;
west (coast a* the result of being bitten I I the parson Fonnnate'y tn alto I: Administrator o' the estate of Jobs Florida East: Coast
Joe stated that be bin several I I Railway Co
bv a rattle tnaWe )fro \\!ute now was bad and the bullet went wild Sander deceased.

burst, who is extensively engaged in { thousand crocoalea and alligator The sensation however, was anything I G. t Worley.Attorney. I Florida Coast Line (Crinal and Trann. ( ''o.
the navai, on business, wa In the I Iud that the whole lot\ of them will but agreeable Ocala Star I for Administrator.
woods .ben bitter b> the 1aII.r. He arrive here In n day or two from 1 I Boston! and Florida Atlantic C. .a-t Land Co
In which he was Kansas Clt> Tbe-111 be taken I.. -
left his buggy
had . . .
driving with a i" girl one if Its Joe'* farm up the river and the number < -

relattie :ioc ,"om.Irl__. when Increased as rapidly as posslb
the stake ,nfllct He hurrie-1 to -he buggy la which most of h's fihlblt at Palm Beach Bottling Works
In and told here and mane one great place of '
the little girl was Jumi-ed 1Y.I.JA.1Y.I.I: : : :
the child to vrive: tot home a* fast. I Attraction the coming winter, though WAIL & McGOWAN. Preps
a. she roal'lr Whitelurst tainted be will keep a mail sited menagerieat

shortly aRei letting in th- buggy that place lllh Street Near R. R., Miami Fla'Manufacturers .
The lltt'e girl I drove rapidly to his Joe looks wwl and feel r
borne but It was too late to save bit !'well, and were It not a"r'ct bat he
life Although every alien-Ion was baa always been next akin to a beer i] I* rapidly going to the front as the '"ad-
shown hlm.be died la a few hoursJacksonville |barrel la sire. one would declare that
),Metropolis i he brought back with him prima ing city in South Florida. Everybodyis All Kinds of

|facie evidence that he had been living \ going to Miami. Now is the time to
A "vbliahlng Ce. MiseienaryA for some time In close proTtmlt c
I 110 a brewery or gin mill H" tip !secure a choice location either for business Soft Drinks l ls
large umber of Ocala peop'e the *ca> within a very few pounds
wish to know what baa become ot ,of three hundred. or residence. Choice locations! in Prasapt An..UAn 0r'0IIN.4T,.*i CWSsea wnt/'sa

tbe Royal Palm Publishing Company i' the city for sale by : : : : : : :
of Gainesville This company Opened employment Bureau
started out hi publish the Royal I

i Palm MagarJne. and the first Issue John Gillette of the lower Eat : Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
looked very promising. A young lady {(Coast has opened up an employment FORT DALLAS LAND CO.
.' solicitor\ came to Ocala rmatud bureau here and I I. trying toget !
seek or so at the Moatciur Hotel laborers for work OB the Key
J and took a great many subscriptions ,Wt extension: Labor I I. very scare CJOCOCO( > .ooxxx: : :<<>> 00. rOOOOGOOO()(<00 g

v sad complaint bar come to this throughout the state, and It is difficult -
office that at least a good portion otaeoi to secure the many hands needed Call OrJOHN

bare sever area ano'h-r copr for Mr t.&< of the ma.-ii.ne though: the paid GI'I.-tt. is offering very reasonable Inducements : Tasteless Chi!! TcrJc
Agent Fort Vice-Pre Fort DallasDallas W
the young lady In advance several and if anybody wants *
rooaihf ago. 1 I. the maculae defunct iob. now 1* the time to speak up H. Land Co.. Miami. f la. < (::0.. M Augustine\: Fla J I

or wire I ihe subscription neveient has headquarter In the Ktgglai f r 'Jo-Care-No-Pay. so ce.ts.EIGHT .
la.-Oca'a: Star. building\ Lakr'.and: New" *.

": "" I 1\

-- ---.......... .l W i J'... y yen .Xt -.J''w

: up io _'I 1

THE advanced stage of the season dictates the necessity of disposing of all goods left on hand

through our summer campaign of Bargain Sales. The extreme low prices at which we have been

selling our merchandise has given us wide spread publicity and in view of the fad: that our Fall Goodsare

now on the road we must make room to receive them. Satisfaction is everything you can ask for

when making your purchases. Our aim is to satisfy you in every transaction you make in our store.

Can you realize the mighty factor of these low prices? ----- - -

, See our DouglasShoesWe

have decided not to use this brand in future and as we have several hund-

red dollars worth on hand the public is offered the benefit of a stupendous re-

dudtion while they last. Our entire stock of all merchandise has been cut in price

lower than they will ever be offered in Miami again. Now is your chance.



Saturday, September 22, and continues

Until Saturday, October the 6th, 1906

4.00 mens Douglas Shoes 2.90 2.50 mens Douglas Shoes 1.90

3.50 mens Douglas Shoes 2.60 2.25 mens Hoyt's Shoes 1.75

3.00 mens Douglas Shoes 2.30 There'll be no more when these are closed out

:,; 1.,1 and I cent: CaBca: ,now ... .......Sc ISc Cambric, now ... ..... ... .....12c I TSc mens overalls, now.. .... ... ..69c LSITible Napkins, now.... .. .. 1.19
(, 7 and I cent Apron Glnfham, now...SC 15,zt and 2Sc Colored Lawn now ... lOc Ik mens Half Hose, now ... .. ... ... 7c 1JS Table Napkins, now .. .. .1.39
(c Bleaching, now... .. .. .. ..... .5c 7Sc Corset Coven,now... ...... .. ... .39c ISc mens Half Hose,now ... .... .....lOc 21 and Z5c ribbon,DOW... .. . .1kc
) Bleaching,now ..... ..... .. .. .6c 7Sc Ladies Drawers, .59c 2Sc Men's Half Hose, now... ... ....18c 1.51 Mosquito Bars,now ... .. .. 1.09
Ik Bleaching now ...... .... ...7c JSc Ladles Drawers,now .. .. .., ...,19cMe IM mens wool hats, now... ... ..9Sc US Mosquito Bars,now. .,.. .. . 1.34
k 12 l-2c Bleaching,Fruit of the Loom.. .. .9c Ladles Skirts,DOW. ... .... ... ... 44c 1.51 mens white duck pants, now ... .89c 12 l-2c Linen Teweliaf. now..... ... lOc
l-2c Homespun,now...... .., ....,..SC 7Sc Ladles Gowns, now .. ... .. 59c ISc linen collars now .. ... .. ... lOc Ik Towtls. new .. .. ...... .. .. Sc
I l-2c Homespun, now ........... ...7c ISc Ideas Handkerchiefs,now ... .. ....lOc JSc Suspenders, now ..... .. ..., .22c Sc Safety Pins now. .... .. .. .. . .. 3c
12 l-2c White Lawn,now ... .... .. .. lOc 7Sc and IM mess neckties,now... .39c7Sc Sk Suspenders, now .. ... . .39c Sc Irtu r-s. nowIk ....... .. .. .. 3c
ISc White Lawn,now .,... ....... .12c to....mens caps,now .. .. ..,.49c IM mens trousers, now ... ... ... 2.98 Pearl now, :::::::'..::::.. .19c 4c
.....,.. ... ... .. .. .... tic Irifhton Garten now.
12 and ISc Percales, now 9c \M to L2S mens dress shirts, now 89c Ul mens trousers, now 2.48 29M Men's Panama Rata now. .. 10.00
25c Brown linen,now... .. .... .. ..20c 1.51 mens dress shirts, now .. .. 98c IM mens trousers, now... .... ...1.29 I ISM Ken's Panama Rats, now ... .. 7.M
3Sc Brown Linen,now..27c 7Sc mess nine work shirts,now. ... 44c 7Sc mens carpet slippers,now. ... .. ... .49cISc i n.....D'I hnama Hats now..'" XOO
ISc Dress Gingham, now,., .,.. .,.. ..12cIk 5k Elastic Seam Drawen, now... ... .39c Ladies Hose, now .., ..., .. .24c \tM\ Men's Panama Bats now... .. 5.00
Chambray, Colors, now .. .... ...8c12c TSc Sateen drawers,now... .... ....64c TSc White Damask, now . . .,49cMe IM Men's Panama Rats.now.... .......... .... 4.00We
. Red Ticking DOW ... ., .. ... .. ..9c SOc Balbriggan Shirts, now ......... ..29c Red Damask,now. .., ., ..,. 49c 7k 1JI Men's Men's Sneaks Sneaks, now now ... .... ...... .. .. '.1.19 sec
. k Bed Ticking now... .... ... .., .7c Sk Balbrian drawers,now ... .. .29c Sk Blue Damask,now.., ..,. ., .34c 1.5'IathiDC Salts. 79c

have Thousands of other articles too numerous to mention

The Empire Dry Goods StoreJ.

R. Elliott, Prop. 327, 12th Street, Miami, Florida
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kitchen utensils of every description

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For the House j our the price goods that popular.make F ran kT. B u d ge our the price goods that popular.make I

I Twelfth Street Miami. rlorUa I

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I Ktmalnt of Mra! Curry I \KW; I'HOFlLJIuMt:1I: IIIrL Mime n.tr -
The remains of the ate Mn ('hu.Cllff SERIOUSLY[ Y INJURm I I It.HAD .

>-. of Key Wes,. mho duel I lam.' Hard of rnkllc Warts Deride .
Saturday morning In Aaaerll e. NCI I
personal IJaItsw 'after' a lingering II nei>a, arrived In IN A PECULIAR WAY : New Uaw on sib N4rrr( Uork

; city last night, aocompan by I
her wine and other bewared rela- At the recess meeting of the Board

Urea and will I.u.l> lIt1r, on the i I of Public \\orks held Wednesday the
steamer Miami for Key neat, 'he interment I iI profile for Improving *>th street between -
I taking place there tomorrow I I Atenne B and the Boulevardaa
afternoon Hand Car Jumped the Track at recommended by the property
Born to Mr and Mra C'eaP. Lyl.last I lire, R. B McLeadon It III at her i II Ii I I owners along the said atreet was v

meek, a bouncing I pousddauibter home. The Oakes. this week ,I Arrant D, This Mormlnj-Line. cepted hr the board. and the clerk
Alligator pear seed wanted at

__- ler Grocery Co. Avenue D.Ca.ette K..I man Known as Louie Was Badly was authorised to notify the city engineer -
Mr 1
I aid Mn H M J'all hart II to correct the prerlont profile aofs'

Mist Ruby Coates hat gone '10 Seater warned home from an outing In the Bruised and taking as a point of surrey half the M '
Palm to open the public nrhonl mounta ni and to notflern reaortsMr Five KlacII.b I Injured distance from the original surface
there for the winter The Ant klogRah of the It''''>\. i iwat II. I(
grade to tbe present proBle In the
Marry T Pomar hat gone toM might; Tuesday by n fllaherman';! I( middle of the block: then establish

Mia Ijllian Norton mho la 11.1 l Aug'ictlne to visit her mother named Brlckell and said to H 0.1"1 I x graiiaal grade; from that point totvenue
Miller This It the earnest In
popular Runt if Mln Betty Mrs Joseph Ism. I From IVilb. Mctropnll Sept JO) C and B ;
leaves the season that these game; tHh hare ever I
Sot t
D-'tt '
> wee U
>r his mr 'ter having been adjusterhetwe
Tarn|I" been taught here and but for the : Quite a serious accident or .irredtbla I .e
Mr He. Milton bat gone to < n the board and the compl -
fact that both )lr. Brlckell and Mr.Miller ,
morning near the railroad.
Jat..a\lll.. alter a tee dan on I rrll<4- 1: truing ,property, owners. the InjuncHi -
Mr J C Anderson, of Jackson tusines in this <:It)" are considered experts on n.bthe |lag al Avenue D. bj a handcar currying n suet out and suspending the
tl.le I. now boo.:;';" :"*r for 'I.t'i Miami reported catch might be doubtedThe '
ash outside a crew of six men jumping sild Hghih: street work. will he dlnlsMd -
was caught on the
Hardware Comapny. and
comeswelt .
recommended Mr and Mn L. H. Uogan. otHlckman regular klngflihlnj jroundi the track and scattering the men inseveral and. the same ('oatlDIIl'dIlPOll

I / Ky. spent| a few days in I different directions: one l'f : the new line
Miami Iat week. and from here went I i The clerk mat authorized to not I-
Mr C Coae the blacksmith Money to lag oa laprorea property. !hem, known as Louiv. '''''DI badly ,
10 Klttsburg fy council that the board desire to
family hare navel Into their ne 0. S. Amed... Coeotant Grore, ''bruised and It la thought Injured Issue: 15000 I'm.ut'Doad.*.
tone residence on 11 tk treet, i Internally I
Arena U Mrs Wilbur Mmlen and Mrs.Lorenzo I' The car was In charge of foremanfOwrna I Further than disposing of the
Itexrt Kaborr Tree. ibore mattera considerable time
Thompson hare arrived lalilt' j
and the It
among men on were
The little daughter of Mr sad Mra. j! city to join their husband. who Mn K L. White hat proven that Policeman Lake Nicholson rrank was spent In an Informal discussion
the beautiful rubber tree which / of th. ondltlcnt of the board and
them .
Cherard Poppell who has been "t'rJ' preceded here tome time aOMr Belrne and the one most seriouslyinjured.
grown to rapidly and it each a line on matlcn that are to lecelr at
dangerously III for several
dart They composed a telegraph
lightly Improved II'' A. L. L8all aDd wife were 1"II.d. tree of this tropical ellnw can I tendon In the futar
I'line ..
after growing to a good ..Iae.I | crew and .ft'fo.yta.\ the depot
passengers on the northbound triJr Mn White had one growing in tht., to go to a point below Miami I,! M UP' All ML
Mr, Ralph Rader leases shortly for Sunday morn ng en route to NewYotkwhere yard. bat desired to chance ta 'location The car wa proceeding at the ntaal Street Car Ealentien

Syracuse N Y. 10 take a complete they will spend a :ew weeks and without trimming It mov' speed and no reason can 'be as-I I A telegram from B. B. T.talB.1Io

deli fnglneertng course Hs pace' OB business l.- It uccefally These shade II't'f'II j j4 !signed for .II I tearing the track an. '* In New York purchasing .n-r..n*.. CONRNED TO m H[ mwimjspjpsuL

B* mall carrier will probably be filled I could easily be on every street o' len It was overbalanced at one end I(cAll t'le. for he Miami Street Rail-
by Mr Fraak Mitchell Benton Dean for long time con I.nwted '
!'the city and being .r-It'I'f'f'D wonld" of the occupant were bruised war Company. sd rises President J
I with the Knight urocerr Ou | theywhite .. I I I H Ta' of he to proceedat
( greatly add to the beauty ot more or le s Louie the. one hurt am coraprny
Mr David Grlffeo' who has speat hat secured a portion and entered | atre.ts.Aetna (,the wont landed on the reel rail i once with the work of extending

the summer al th* reenris In New: spot duties with Roirrh HagBea, 'lo1 the track He wa carried to the he line tt agreed upon Eight mllet

York and New Jersey has r.turnecJ' grocers dynamite Bad tnpptlee tor' PEC, Rall ay hospital on the or more of track w I l-e laid w thla "I 1 Owe My Life to PenMia.11Says
home and I. hack at lilt former po- he next few months tad all the pi IB'
Blt.OB with the Miami Hardware Uo I Rev John Rodgers. will leave Saturday ale by Lttmnut 4 SewetLPlenVe Boulevard and given ireatment clpal stree of he city proper zed Mrs. Huffaker.
The accident I.I one of moat I'
morning for yew Smyrnawhere suburbs. Including an extension to eke
Mr H M McCeJI, who w.th hi* : he will nil aa encasement neat Rankling Improvement peculiar ever occurring<< on the railroad northern city limits will be travertine )I..... Mini Mulish.,. R. R Ka. .,

fife reiaraed<< last FrUJij from Tea. Sunday letting inert Monday morn The brick addition to the poatofflcebuilding In this section, of the biggest systems of the ColBBi bia, Teaa, wri let i

.....'.. t* confined to has room w|.h lag for Dt'laDd.1I.re he will retime I* now Bnlthed and the vii, I I k'ad la the State. -/ wet uNUcti ..** tyy sk Mrewrw

foyer, Baring been ill during his ea. hit theological studies down tad door are being put ms. | H.'nUT.'WR ,,..,* .a* ft Mae was WaW

tire earshot I The old stairway and the rear wall' ear wr *e< aiaMM* M aft aox.W .
I Mn A. C. Kltchell and family are of the office It being torn away. and ,I Key Rest Couple Came te Miami sad Repairing OM Read tried seven) dlffereBt dctea

The men.ben of the W. C 'r. C I| now residing In the Oscar Mcholsoi.eotuge la a short time Uncle 8am t Vl,ml | Were Married The repairs to the county road without relief

both local sod riming. are nf'1I11II1) on 4th. atreet Un Kitche headquarter will be tar more In !ending from Little river to Tmman .., AWfret) .. f/t **MW e/ all ...

Invited to a "Con reflation lea on bar eg purchased the property several keeping with hit ettenalre and constantly J: A marriage ertdentty tinged witha corner have been completed and th. ley sad wee flm ees Net whew mfAt

heat Tuedar fro S:In tp .:10 p. t weeks ago and It improving It Ir Increasing business. Tbe little romance and of the runaway conrtcts and hired labof are BOW .eIIaN Mwghf a Derv/. M pea

to at the home of Miss, Mane Hash various wart force will appreciate this extra apace order. was performed by County working. on the road \leading wen ,.-..

at 108 Ninth atreetMeiwr I and better ventilation us things were Judge Herser on Tuesday afternoon from the latter aimed point a distance Aral 114.01 Botkw any b*..

I Mr J. "!. Pope. of CoMele GaIt ( badly crowded nltlng In wedlock Henry J 1'.)'lor of one mile. when they will edt, bal after Uklng several bottle f

*. Shear. of New > ork. and riding her mother Mm S. Oantadngaam and olin Nathalie Ha>man. both of turn and build north half a mile to was rnrd mad and well."It .

talker of Illlnol. arrived in Miami \' while a home it helot We hare Jut received a large stock Key West Mlchlers I place Owing lo the ex It /VnuM / ewe my Ufa ...

bat week remalBlnf o..r. hew : i built for her In the former city of seed beans. Bermuda onions and ( The couple arrived In the city on i 1|tenslre pineapple planting In this sec .r.

dare and proceeding to th" eitenK I mhck' when completed Mjs Pope other garden teed Hughes & Co. (the steamer Miami Tuesday morn- jtlon, the repairs to the road come aaa "I cheerfully reeoaaaiaBd it .. **

Mrs Shear win rome to Miami trust will return to Join Nr ansl'., n-l tad ..IngTher were accompanied [ luurh needed necessity. Among waif-v.,.."
: an"
the north wit bin a few Singers will be add ,
glad fo to the r
: repertoire >Irs W Howard Ke .!t".1' |I to Judge Herer office" In i \' Moore of this city who boa re- I
Mr \llr Hill and mother Mr Mr and. Mn Johu M. Burdinleaie ,,.lew font "I I aloe to Find My Papa.. I,, the court house. procured the II- ,u "mh set cut a twenty acre tract In I Have lor a Short Time

Frederick .1.1.I leave in a couple 01 1 op ie .6'h bit h. .ein:ar tup )twitch hat jail' been pd".1! <'n 'he 1 f..n.. and then hid that official tie |pine. and who Is now preparing to

weeks for the Homestead country. to Neo York wlt"n they will lay 'Inmrket| Th't pore Is decidedly I II the knot that made item man and' set another tract
5 01! the best bargains
wh<'re Mr Hill haS a bnnekteadTb an burner. and late, lock for bosh I i"another 1
ipVea"lnc and .II I shortly he fol'owed'
..r all:I remain on the property be dry goods in! ml linen depT I I I,! The groom is a son rf British Vtc.Conant .
for several, months and irtbaDake !\ men'a of the Bu'dloe Quattermanttore hv "Oilldhoo. Memnr"..' ,, T'"'Inr. of Kpr "P1. and I Mr ** B Ravens and ..I"t'r1.,1. Ml** in real estate
Mra la l'II'I.lr i '
Keealer a \t.1 \ tt'
.. their home then- ef his roe as I".t'nl"-for raisThp \ la Bak r. leave nett Wt'dn..ttdav'for
I eppps a rare rift of "i 'Ing though ", bride l in one of 'the lilind Ciu'a Thomasrllle fa nhereth" will to Dade County. Prices an print
'n words and music TV>th songs will
Mr H I. Au...,.. of [)nllcl... !R.. Miss A ber'a Hlnton leaves the last no doubt become popular both 'n ""- ,I moat !pop liar \oiuit; women and gave 'spend three mnnl h\. They will visit
has arrived In the city' and S low sot :he month for a nx/atu run In li"r ace as nerenleen. though It Is 'In I St Augustine on the way op
anl where the ?nuyis{ i.nnutad ; : ,
AI I'DI' the posltloB of itenogroD&er I Klsuninwe' her lorniei home. MlsrHlnton wherever they may appear ::Mid she Inked a year or two younger C. C. Carroll
and typewriter in the law office of baa ret del In M ami hul a ( I I One writer has Mid :

Atklnsoa Mr short time. but bat become moM 'I
Seymour : BuyurI pop Carrie lesylwm
Bradley ferttlliert aretrt ,"lI "Many men of many ways;
a toung man possessing many star ana cal are glad to know ih\ther I Dpuly Sherlc Gore left Tandayfor til Avtnnt D. North
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I t I Many wagons of many Jar*
for aale by J. B. Lummna, Miami.
a'erl+ng qualities and rome u Miami fa her ha* )located here In tb* :' Chaltahoochle carrying to thesaylum I
with the best credentlale. practlc* of law and that the sill become two negroes. T. Simmons and And It It c face that It It er4.nce Notary Public and Intal) Agent

a Mtamian, Remains of M.... Curry Fd Hill both adjudged insane ,.- fn this I locality more than any other

Her<< and M,.. N. B Fuller will t I The I'f'rbINt. of the late Mn terdar afternoon Both are badly where men aad wagons are so tM'".

return to Miami shortly from a trip Mist IJlllta MeGahey,who hat been Chariot Curry which arrived In the demented but not rlolent In the nosh a man lot :* his wagon THE RACKET STORE

.t ooDaJd.rabl"foactll\ In the Bait away the last two) months on her r> gi city Monday: night frrra Asherllle I j jN i with what Ills horse win pull Here

They are nom in North Carolinaklla i i nlar trip of recuperation after the C.. \left Toe'dy night via steamer ,1 he should load It with what the wagon I
Resale Fuller\ who precede"*l I I strenuous duties IB the Miami pub Miami fur Keyeat. home of de I j I Order a ease of soft JrVk delivered would carry but he don do It.

them by several months Is still In i I lie scb'K>I. returned<< home Sunday .SuWM reaaed The body was accompanieaby ,or shipped to you by the Miami Bolt t He ban a wagon that It guaranteed ==_ IS THE PUCf=

Texas. and mill not return Bnme BBtil 'I' the guest of Ml'* Florence Mann Dr J. N. Fogarty, wife and :''''IIDI Work., Mfgh. Miami. na.I *V I '0 carry one thousand pounds He

later In the autumn, having oe-Ilse, Henderaonrtlte. Tenn and spent dauicbter )Jr. and Mm S CRoll.< j I putt on fire sacks of fertilizer ((1.000ioun
glued" to lengthen II.1.lt in the1t'nt i some time In Knoxrllle: and Man: Ml.i>e* Myra and Jennie Curry IInl1'' | -Is' 12S-ponnd bale of hay. two
I ( arrlmll>ool Tat Election;
Till. I mo cons 'I I he bandy mas nronght'here nicks of oats ( I1** poua.lsl : about 1M
I from Anherllle In a .Jtf'C'1I1' Hullnan Information *as r..pl..pd from pounds of jiwerle and hit own
\\-I t Palm n..rb.i't'tlal Srbuulttu I
Mr H C Ml ton of l) fo'rtlf-leI.o. of A M' L""u, of IVtrolt. Mich In |" ear weight of 110 pounds! making a toad School Books and
district No I I. that the election
Had count) '. most popular yniag[ In the citan,' 'en renmn Vie tor I of t.MS pounds In six month his I
I' ;or sting bonds in the su n of
men Is scrndlcg a few da\s: in Mimilooking scieral diva writing op and cotioil I yoa want fertilizers. eonaoit J. B.iLnmmua. 'e' wagon l I. In bad shape and he blames
) t for put 1 c Iml'r..vpm..nl. In
after bus nest matt-r Mr lag a business din (dorr of Mum'ni. | alt'Dfor the aid relUbie be maker Stationary
he said di Irk' and heM there
klllton Inform the Metropolis '"'' be which will *... Incorporated In a Stie \\e hare Role on the plan of makIng -
i' Bradley gooda. tI Tu ,. has JI1.I l made arrangements to |planttwenty director which bit companr i. pteparing pod anything bough of n* and
I I ,;hnnrt< ha rote of it for and 4H \c are the oldest and
acres ''n tomatoes ship >HB* to lsue The dlr I 'cr will (here come the question how ranch argeat
I (Ibaite Mlmlrri !Show ,"4+.ilk, The election was held lot dealer in Miami: in this .
and It
looking format department
Ing season : to contain every Item of Importing id I II 'o ask tne maker to "'3Dd on a Jai
a lIIOfoi successful season II' Ayathere I trite to each city and town includtai I Quite -\ pans of Mlamlant me't the ;...""M'' of Increasing and taking of this kind We haw handled a number and we have built up a baa!.

that wl I be a larger acreage rttomatora popnlatlon mun'rtpal oM''enbnaInn. to Cornanat Gmie Tuesday night 'he place jf a rerlous election and of makes hoping. to yet a wagon fleas on

This year In "lee Dn ldauction and commercial: Interests etc: to attend the minstrel shorn and entertainment {- 'bond Issue In the sum of I. OnO for !Mule money because the man *.,.
the bend' are to be used In building:
given at that place I me
than In any prenon yosr I -
he cm bay It for little that win last
I Cieonnt Grove ,and equlplng a large Td b"tteijschool Honest Goods and
minstrels were roun
Our rood friend John C Blount'has 111ft' time. for that: It what be ex
I It It said. IDI"I'f'IIIn I bolldini In the city of V\est Honest prices.If .
men and an \
I gave
been hiring a good lime dur1st |I1et'ts li will do W> are still look
the pan week or ao Mra. Lillie I ; pt'rforn.nct' On. ot the er"-ntH I ;'tl'i l Ik.ch lug for that kind Toe Studehakeit
'Ui Blount sister wa a hosing match between tan ..pilkno..n
nearer that requirement than any you want anrthinu e.pea'ialiv;
married<< daughter. M,.. Tatnm and ami-tears that made the re : Ifoa.re going to pay oat your w* ran flnd I: costs but ills tt' and good at the right prices. ontc aad
Misses Cora and Alice. a I 101 Mlamt.lad tent f'rp..dlnnd-(':elding limit In this ..,iod money for a machine why notget lam longer than any other In this .
city look :like exhibition! ..t n- i the heal Other! makes are good te u.
ben three o'her daughters; "'DOII" an
locality needing fewer repairs and
I I I ai h'>me. and last but not iea.t. I vice*. There was no knockout boasIIMs ,' hut m.. claim for the STANDARD ill tiring better satisfaction.

hit Hul) grandson John Blount In ; tf.. ..IIlu .lrg and excltrmont fur lie good qualltlet of other and many \Ve have all nines. in stork aaJ can HANDLERS OF EVERYTHING

Ia hum al" oee,he' have mad. a h<.ue : I the a e.t
full an i r'lnnln.t"r.', .- Bartow LourIC' i I hest irarhtne ma"le, call OB r..ne ace them Try them Buy
j\ IDfmn an I f**...nd irnnal sale To make "MmII or let as call on yon, and w* wl:1 tell! them
| mill\ fell at low i strict inn pair, I b..... '1- bout them
.. ... 'I'' MIAMI I HARDWARE CO I kv.\ H Ghaille &
'''''''fJI'n.1 tltr EmpireS : Itnc H r-er ple 'n 1" p'lr t : W. Want Your Nose' Son

1 II. nlon i la rall"d to the MM\ old en"n:h lo ,rk w.,4in I \ '''<'""' rr".. rt ot to'inj 1"1\ .

a rid! n vrtun. adiertlwment o! .pas. moiltn hurt I"is '" '1" K : I,1' ...1] rh-. hO"-us' 'Ir 'on" Mr ln l-
,. .sera'' Fire .tor, I ,, 'I I
Ell: WTCooln Store Inutnted iair'h rm i'e Tn.'n.\ i. ITt

n south r i 1'. ,e of thu., l.-ue ..f thM .' ddresn: .las Merumh. .Ir. I'um I n" 't uI, t I.... 1 'I. :It'" r 'I 11 -a t'h'j ,,
t>' i k The Illxra!'ty of thaA H- M".1! a ". >.i i I'.hrlil I "' 'lIt"t SLIPSOe
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:s .1 n adrertt-pr.! as well 1a i -" e r t; m yore 1'1.? e rt and<
: ,|,|... A |I. .. d' ert.rt """ t tf" +t- ,
I I 1E 'II' "'" r i It aich a. to merit r v "'I1 r<-" I 1"-1 'intetr'-.r.'d w.th rf

'h ',.. Ilun ,.f :
iu.. r.'s'ed In the matter ot P 1 1.1 m..r. h T.tr..l'v 1 n'-rh' h"rh <-- .. .. sha f -',,'in" ni( v \ dear! million of the
;" ....IIh.| n'* In the n"1""rll purr "t tht! n."'.&.... frC-M 'h strut. 2,11, yiu-a, : : slips in FIe ( 'Ja.

t' .... ''iit\ "rd r.Ad" the 'vl'n.c: a *1". .n- rn nt.. A. h" lit'"' mire 0" r9
h ,'rl'h'rdld: \ fir..t warred Class soil hthH 1h'fnl; rip 1'1 terry ptrtt ,'t'::. r '..'-.ch' MJ( M ... 1 ",r.t It ,., 1 Original stock imported from Long !Island

ip Th>Tfl .. er<' Hit' *''n n...mi..... 1'1 i ,I. '. "'(< ',-17" r.'I li; l I. I Mrn
i'y. partrUMr| and th- I"n.J" c.... I.-..f \\ T p, iitn'' M .t \' .'hrr! .iI ::hi t '. ", (one of the Bahamas) in 1902. Will
u .s'tt' "s wh. h sill. 0..1.- .
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n "'" <,*! sett,. It-I. hireiln r'ril- f fh ei-r' n':1 I nMT h '- .1.-\. If, .. I. ,. 'p- .., ... .1.i iI .. be taken f from fields in perfect condition
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F. C. Brossier & Son

Sell Real Estate


Office 1200 and one-half Avenue D, Miami, FloridaAnd




I Will be Erected by Mr. N. P. Bryan
F I R. RHODENCharged F
With Four Bed Rooms
: Coats, What They Will Be and Cloths Made Out of, etc., Twenty

And All Modern Convenience x
!i Discussed-Circular Skirts are the Talk-Ribbons

Other Ft. Lauderdale Newt Note I

; in Use For all Sorts of Effect.I With Having Killed

u I One lull Hodge u
II I Fort Lauderdale Sept. IT -Han.

York. September! IS.-During i tailored effects the three-quarter ". N. Bryan has beta conflnM to

,the Pt week, while golnf through lengths coat Is preferred and nothings Mm bed for a week or ten days but

the stores you were Impressed by a I more serviceable than the Scotch lulling plaln'y trimmed with machine COURT HOUS( TODAY
r subdued excitement unjer the face i stitching or rows of braid. The fully recovered' Dr. kennedhas r

!of Indolent summer oo-ocxhlngness. I, shaping Is gained by the aide u.oal'l bees In attendance

the kind of a face a woman puts ou and aide back seams and blesses Thot. Watson and A. NO-

when visitors arrive In the midst of extra fulness Is needed In I in* skirt son. prominent clt.iras at West I'.ilu.
Is found by Baying the Inverted pulls Beach, visited the 'jil loU t of ia- Testimony it ReUtir
bou -leaIlIIlC. outwardly calm Crafllctinf
In Ik* seams which are creased to _. Saturday night ai them mo.lInc.
biding all aorta of news and cnanfes the lower edge a feature of all I the Three candid- were !f.\ta U Reuoi of AtMult at Depot
n II knew taat a great chaag was ImpenJtcg new coats.Gathers adjust the s.eevesInto 'be Muter Mason 'legr- A I Uito n
all that soon everything the armholes, then 'm re long: and number were In attenlauat tile The Prim Cans of Trouble DisCovered -
are finished with a plain stitched cuff meet Ins.
would work up to the Thanksgiving and he co'lar Is of the same materialalso I
The Infant ton ol )1an.1 Mrs
Day c.lmate; having fog Its nothing
'I J. M Law u sue ring t\l present
In the showroom of one or the more than machine stitching This Is i with cholera! Infantuui. witch .I.eass..

,Broadway houses I found three colors one of the most sensible sorts of is prevalent In tilt ....:ttoa: nowCapt I If
I coats that nas been In fashion for i
'that have the appearance of being Skinner U netting, tack!leI
some time and Is the From Metropolis
certainly stylefor ready for the rating o' the "r.lr Dally Sept.! II. )
favorites during the coming season the who I
woman must out In all
go bridge which fell hut th' fiver" rule The preliminary hearing of I. KhodeQ.
acquemlnot. nuniers green and aorta of weaiher months' ago It.. e.ti.mi'-.i (hit the charged by the coroner
I bronce green which is more of a I I work will lake IObut a week or ten I jury with having canted the death

brown than a green Ihese color I A number of Norfolk Jerk,,'. are dad 1 before ho ue,*le l II ; ut "u the I lor one Tull Hodge by sinning hinton
made up very handaome'y for dressy I Ito be seen, especially when made! as banks swatting r. D. raj. the head with an axe helve it
s wear and though the darker shadessill I part of a costume but the new modelsare I The large: nnmber of visitors to toe depot at LXelrav last Ihursday s
be wen on the streets those much shorter than those u.ea Fort Lauderdale! dur.ng the winter I Inlicnt.. was begun th.a morning before
ulit that must see hard wear are ,some years ago Indeed many of them and spring seasons have made It ; Judge H.-)st-r In the circuit court
belug nude from tile grey mixtures have the natures of the Eton to I neccist- for a hotel 10 be erectedMr rouui. and Is still on. lion U. A
htmiesptinft, tweeds and ..-r;:... In the some extent coming only to the ......t i H N Brian. seeing; the m-res. \\orley representing the defendant .4
most conserratlie patterns. The line and the simulated belt wlhrh airy for such an accommodation to land ,1. U. I'rice. the stateA
i note of brown so frequently seen by the way Is rather, broad. having 'he public I hat completed' peas foi number of wltneanes and Cltl.n. ,
h 'during the past summer In hat trimmings a hint of the Emp're mode. Is quite the erection of a three story hotel ,. ol Uelrar. and the brother anal h
has developed to panels two Inches above the belt line. K.: .If-. The plans call for twenty four bedrooms two sisters of the deceased are
braids tests. sad) other trimmings trapping over the shoulders are the I to take up the second and third present at the examination AmoD'1
I upon the drpsa. In telvau. h silks cloth etc.a great liking Is also sleeves being very p'aln: which with used for dining room kitchen, parlor are L. d Lymin. r)r. Cason,

I shown for the brown tints of the flat collarless fronts depends on office, etc The building wall ha constructed I' Hodge. Mr Kennedy Henry :A'I
leather which for motorinc. traveling :- the machine stitching for decoration.The of cement blocks, so ranch I. If. Barton. Thomas :
and sports gives a very chic appearance sed now on the East Coast of FlorIda Philip Baker. Tom Sheppard

e modistes who have returned under the supervision of Mr E:. I Melton and D.O. TenBroox e
from abroad and are ready to tale T. King The hoxel will hare a Several! of the witnesses were ex-1: I
In a group of models showing the. say -thumbs down" on the circular bath and toilet on each floor and will amlned this morning and while the i I
new fashions in coats. there are dlfjferent skirt If skirt Is be be supplied with, water from a well testimony relatlvu to the trouble at
your new 13:
lengths; the Eton Is still sea worn In the house a one. then very It will be lighted!! with acetyllne gas the depot was conflicting several I
well but for The latter arrangements may be Important facta were established.
threeuartert street wear runabout or I
d [ traveling the skirt whose gores cause changed later when an engine w 11 I Ilt was shown that the trouble' originated d
coat of a very stylish build; but about be put In to supply electric lights at Rboden's horn by one ol
perfect ftttlng trie Up and
I which sty'.111 take the lead. It Is whose tucks and plaits give the derlr- and water service. ThU hotel ...11II\ <' the Hodge boys who was In his em- i I''

just now hard to predict A goon -d full finish at the foot are In evidence. t a'er)' popular place for the large plotaccnsl.g him of having negro
many women at present especiallythose And this Is a saving 01 number of traveling men who visit i blood la hit veins A fight ensued i
i In buninesa. show a strong Ilkitng strength and worry, for. no matter I I I this point as well as tourists and n.h and Rhoden discharged the men paying ,
for the rather short coat, talny who Fort Laud them the wage due them.
bow stylish the circular ,klrt. 1Uajarlng Ing parties frequent I
done fitting and having a good deal rdale. I Later In the da\Ir: khnden went
of the air of the military Jacket It It bedraggled sides soon persisted In and!giving inwinter ''to Del ray and purchased :i pocket I II
a appearance
,us out of the wayS leaves the short knife and axe helve at l.yman store
we know how much more comfortable WAs A VERY SICK BOY I
skirt free. I. easy to flt. warm and 'One wltnew testified that Khoden
Is the short skirt
very stylish with braided seams andmannlha .platted !!Ia.td I he had a use for the helve and
collar and cuffs For a But Cured by Chamberlain's Co'w. would use It If he had to, or words
more fancy coat there I* one that Dark chiffon mohair was us d for Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lo that effect.Relative .
bangs loose like the pony Jacket, having one very stylish tucked skirt Fin to the trouble at the depot -
H slot seams that fly about wto (yens were used for the smooth fitting I ( some witnesses testified that lull

inches at the bottom a notched shawl and graduated tucks" thai were I 'Wh-n my boy was two tears old b. | H col ar of contrasting goods and coloris taken upln the upper part and wire had a tersevere stack of howe knife as the latter came upon the R
decorated with embroidery or itched to a becoming yoke" depthhie complain! hut t>\ the use of (lumber ,platform and thft the assault caused
braid applique while the cuffs wilt an Inverted box'plait was arranged Iain's Co ir. cholera' and diarrhoea Hhoden to strike him with the axe
be of the same goods and pattern as at tne back anal the lurks Remedy me bi'-n :ht h", wit alright' helve." Other witnesses said that
the collar If for ur', wear there were allowed to fall free below I the says Magne Mirk,* \l1.land.Mlrh t the Hodge boys mad I
o need toe no lining but on the wholea stitching Band with the ends tnnt- The reni"dy can be !iepended upon i on Ithoden S "..ra'I: neJe
fine silk lining wt.I make the coat lag apwards In points at the centre of In the met severe caves Even eno- |"ot and that the latter del.berate-
.give greater satisfaction and longer' the front and at each side formed a era IlIfan'nm ,Is cured by It. Followthe I ly walked up and struck boh broth ,
usefulness pleating: foot finish This mode u plain printed directions and a en with the hel>e
particularly adapted to the new goods cure Is certain For sale by all drug I All the witnesses were qUf'Sllollf'd I o
A smart blouse-cost was developedfrom the Invlslb'e checks. English morstej gists: salt! the Btscsyne Drag Coa clowly by counsel and st noon a I
., tweeds, and the pan ma*. as
b act broadcloth with contrasting r'-cem was liken until Z O''lork.
well is the !lighter ;gods .u.-h is ,
material gallon and lice A peculiar (ostllllnn effect. pausingunder : w ben the hearing was remim.'d
u Icing Is used for Ihe body and Is voile' chiffon mohair.. si/ .ks etc a belt\ When the revrr sr.pain ''N'ml'lJlh3"lJf'arf'd i to h.. with Khodn -
made with! close lit by m..... of the The Inserted pUI'ed' section a so isliked the waist U otheiwise' extremely : though all of the parties' roncerned
onoulder and under arm seamc A and makes. a stylish skirt that plain In the cows hating shoulder In the affair are glv.>n god names
the neck the falls wlto much Itra'f''f'n goresare
flat collar finishes and
of the material the-
revert same held lor Nas.laughterlater
fronts of the blouse are rolled to-k lint used In its construction anda I
irartmnt s very plain and opens 0\"r
\t 30; uclrwh thl after
plrllid section 'a let In at each of o
In reO'f'r an li>-ned vest of ,
a handsomeet of brocaded jilk or '
the lido sfam The sited scctiouIs norin the hearing was ronrluded th
hrojidej s''k A ctrcuar: skirt portion p clcth I
S. much narrower at the thanat Itl'-f 'no"U1 II<'lnc bound over in I h"l
Is added to the blouse and lilt lop .
mm rf ore thmmnd dollar for -
mining Is hidden under the gallon the bottom laid In two plaits MrIT p
rimmed be t while enough fulness I each o'tur and head In place by The!! tourist U .Imp 1 kite I'....If.A .. |i"-ir.inre h. pure the grand Jim on a'' .

is !given bv means of an Inverted tu ch..{. the seams being s.itched number wen at a Mo'or :Meet I, i hirse of mtnal.nighi'r Hhodenviill I
plait A second coat of this order a each side of the front thus giving the other dam were of plaid. one In give the bond and nermw histemporary
was made from velvet' trimmed w'th the appearance" of another plait The fur.Irular In blue and white p aid: libertyNOTICE l i
while satin and braid but was tu plaits fa.I free from flounce depot: ma long !<-..... comfortable, madeIn ms
e h'p-lrngth: instead of In three-q.ianer at each side rf the front and ears thret pit re*. llnt'il wl h bright TO CREDITORSIn
length succeeding group Is In grower depth s Ik ha I a plaid silk lined bond
An Inserted box plaited arrangement stitched co tar and cuffs One coa>.
The Eton still ho Js much of Us 'Is at the back. In dark gray had a fu I ieng'h slightly ; the Court of the County Judge.S .
prestige and probably will until Ihe I belled .Ieeeea l with Inner sleevesof ate of fror.rta. Dade County
xtiemely: cod weather come upon I A charming design for some soft reI I ilk, ctithered Into a bund In r> E* ate cf S L PattersonTo
its and then Ita predicted that It cllnc'.ng: material witch fal s *o which! kepi them cloe to 'be wrist al! Creditors. Legatees Dutrlbn '

s rill give way to the longer models. "gracefully, cons'sts of a five.gored II\>- AL ilr< sw** even the dre.i'et' If I tee and all Pi eons having claimsOr I
One of these catty little affair .u per part which Is tacked or gs herd. for street wear are trimmed with demands against said estate
-narie from black chiffon broadcloth at the top according to Its bf'<-om'nl!; braid some of which have a threat You and ea h of you are oerebylotlfltd :
with fence vest silk and appllqne en- ness to the figure and Is lengthened whch may be drawn so all rorts of l I and required In present any
:ermg Into decoration. Shoulder and bv a tuck straight: flounce net In wilt rounded pattern may be outlined wilt cla.ms and demands which you or
ender'arm seams and sometimes one out a heading Chiffon taffeta mu I IT Many fleets may thin be effected I -Ither of :vou may have against .be I
a the centre of the bark are need in organdy mevsallne. muslin etc are plplnc. tier al ernatlng rows o.different a,. cf S L. Pal --rvon. deceased.I II
tie shaping of the garment whose very suitable for such skirt sod one varieties and arabesques up I a r of Itode coiintT Fiorlda; I to them'erszred
'-onts ro 1 back In the now faa:liona- made from chiffon'! taffeta would boo on Hitched bsndfI ad ninlitratr of said
>ie revet displaying the high Teets verv snltab'e for wear with differentIbaouses. seems that the shapes" of a quir ulate. within two years from 'he datehero

hlrh latter I.nO.I eiabormelvr'nimed I ter nf a century ago are oPlnit re ?
The sleeves In this Eton i I I tved In mill'nerr thonxh the ill; I rated Sep'ember. SAD 1MM:
vere trade in full :.enrth and were A note that appears to cnnsideraMetent I I. .tli:: here, but more attention Ir 1 s e B PVt"r'onidmx .
'rimmed with braid aid bn'tocsIsl.s '' ir<> cvetve'v hro 1 and ,given to the lnei! of rue face I Et !a I. Paterson

that turn from the centre on sharp and the moat of h'em are elaborately H'! 'bens are used In milliner for
he top sdust them Into the armVl trimmed Win" ace braid embroidery al' sorts of effects such ss Imitation sell fee Divorce
< &. unless gathers are preferred bnt especially with braidA I of flowers, feathers qull s, aigrettet. In divorce Mafia K 11,11' ..
few are carried over the shoo Jtrs I' etc I IfPav'd H Hall has b .-a inmltu, 1 U \

For those who KILt the strictly ,,ard down Ue back where they give I I Catacrln* Mann-PayxanL I I III I I circuit court.Je I Ia



I[The Professions I II .


I MM Tn.HOl M>- -MB DOW* IIIO.TII-8Ol...a-9f4' uPrraTirra
OF $$3,000 .

PVJTKRXIN: & KRWIV I i .. n ... N .. n
... .. r 1 .
'1. II. t .h trHt
Attorney.At Law

". praativ ,. alt ...n.. eta'. a-.1 t'.s.'.1 By Board of Public Works at Last Nights Session After :: : I : tw..*.. .:==:,j..i: :" .:. .-=== t.: a s a 5Vt ..

I .. O. .. _.._ .... ....-..___
:: ;.:,::: i:.."Law 'T':'; l"a: I Rather Interesting Discussion by CommissionerProut I t irom lUih MfttopiilU Sept I :v.l I II ...... II I... ._... ""D .._. ._ ..
"' 1'I If... ..__ .. __ I.. Pastas ._..._... 5ea.
P IIOX 1":: MUM1'1A I At 4 itt i orlirk. t th.a aft.rn.Mjn the 5 sass irQl4.t .__ ..._ 'oJailL. -r:
on One Side and Messrs McKinnon jury tr) nx the suit or Mary J Ham I asps II.... L. ... ... ___. ,__.__..........-..Ar'Tlr.pea s Mtr.$0w_
Hn 's .F T flu.Ue. a>*ufi>alt i. ..._ ._... law. __._. .- 1.. -
V a. .. C. CHASE, and Leffler and OtherEighthStreet I Idamates II 1,KNHI.' for all. ,ted injuries I II s :a.: L. ..._._ ._..../ss >>._ __..._Ar 1rs --

I fui.a ned 1 bt being run defendant N Tsit...._ _.....1....... _._ 1.... .
over liy r
DENTIST. S lap. Ii a,. Po w' s,. 1 $.
Excavation automobile a the corner of pis 411p. Ov..d 5 .pa 5a.
"Avenue C and Sixth street. June a 54 a.1. i Me. .. Dsr55as ___. e r,. a a..
0-.,. .. WttMH a..w..w M M1. lisp. Pwto.-e. _. t 1. Ira.a
year ago found for defendant m the f apis ar_ .-.........._$ew a. ms.,...._...- Isl. I lass.
C.v..r ...._ 0 SMI u.. Mrr I aura of $3.000.Attorneys =

for defendant promptly j .
I made a mot'on for a new trial but argument --
; from Dally Metropoltt Sept 11I1) manner If the bonds could be disposed l A.
I II I on the same wag carried o'er __. _osW ....._ 5 aN 5 ails.
r. ATinrsoa, I At the regulat meeting of lb. Boardof of I In the manner above stated .until the next I.rm.oJ court! 1 be jury I 11 Map. S Map. Ar ._ _..._'___.,,_tllle---__....... f I Mu
Public Works held last night the : Mr Prout favored the award .o he
was out lee tha.lf an hour The
ATTORNEY AT LAW. I sale of he $100000 municipal costar Fort Dallas National Bank icaae has been on""" trial since early a. 1a- u 1..=

t ... ... .... lof[ the CIt) of Miami was awarded to I The other two members did not I ,. ..
...... SY..w. 'a e T*, '-1 u I In the week .... .
El>Bl>*U*-oaf TIllM.rwMtr i'he I Fort Da' Las National Bank the concur In Mr. Front. "' 1I.e.loo; : and It t MN Ys5a. C- 1.. "pea a f3s.

A a.y. 1. asw.U U O..".II.I... i| name being done through a resolution Mr Leffler reduced his motion to a I court At the adjourned conclusion:for of the Ih.term case the e.:: : =:: .:. eta. : .: J = 1r.. I
(!Introduced b) Mr. Lrffler The meet resolution aa follows: 155. a,. 11"_... IJ rtpa I ra.aa. .
IIUIII FLORIDA .. 1 __ .A w II I' _
I'DJ' was attended b) all three cornmtsstoners "Resolved, Thai the bid of lhe., Fcrt I 1 a. a.1. uwa. .
I | New Law Firm : : s:.a.;:... : = =:
aDd an unusual Dumber S
'of cl.liens Dallas Nttlonal I Bank bidding In ser Prof W B. Hinton a prominent __ C sN ..- Tlb.N" I' 11_ U I a I

GiLLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist : The sacs of the hoods, which had I' lea stated Joe by the Mr.various W. M .i..u'oA Brown and presl aa I'member of the Georgia bee and later 1 Yea% : :;: := jww Ida. : :: == :: taepa. .,:

born banc ng fire for some week. In d of Klaslmmee. Fla. and Jade; := Sr1. : :- : : isass. : = I
orncx HOCE dent to be taken sertes at the a games| ..
e is *.11II to.-.. r M. I ..>i the first matter taken up uJuc I credos of the board The Fort Dallas T Sanders. of Miami hireformed i 1 as,. ..'-" _J.pw i Da. M __
OFTICETo..l 1I.l4i.W <'a 1I I National Bank furnish thebonds .
to .
a..u'& c"IL as lit ._ Boulevard i'omn.I..IOIIt'ra l MrKlnnon Leffler of Uw under the firm name of i- 4I1. .. __ Myna 1 Its. .
and I
i iI
MIAMI. FLORIDA fatorcrl the bid of the Fort DalianNtlonnl themwHesMr Hinton *, Sander situ office ,n I the I es5.s5.... t. w. _-.---....rt-,. II&sA.PdS1._. f $no... 1 --I
Bank while Mr. Pn>ut I Prout |promptly seconded th. : Watson building this' city Previous : t 5 .. .n_ .. __ 0... ._.._.__. 1 ,
I resolution and uiir.d!: I I'r aliptlim as to coming to Miami a short time a. : Rsryadaie. :
W. KARTKK8 M. D thoi.ht .hat of me VUanU Rea1'y I apt J ::: ': }, : 54... Q17. : == 1 Ne.es .
II It stood 1 After this bud it- done he
l Loan and Guaranty; company. waa the n Prof HInton was fur a number o: M esp. Ar )I.... I. a t a1..

*5 Hoznopathat. ( .>rt\\ In the dlacuMlon thai followed I.expressed with the result himself a. entirely satisfied [, yean superintendent of public inisruction as.. ..l LL Wr.a_ ..it: ......_. ma I a.0ass. .
of Osceua county and I pre
Mr MrKlrnon Tolced the opln
N... af. A... Csra Ouh one other matter was takeb _
rust OPTICS: Dapo.L Tl ua to his remj| to Florida was .
'h.1; 'he b d of the M ami !tr.lty' .._ .
on _
7" iI a.a P the a.$0l p car. s sad to rift Oeaass. bn .5 astN w sad
the It
up during evening was a member, of the Georgia bar .a-1\ .._
loan A, (.uar.nt\ Company was Illegal \I t kll lr $5sdatii
.t.... t'iTa ... i1&ADIia.ai. bearing! of cotupla nil from ramous leg high 'In the prnfemion In that
... In that Mr Prout was a member
property owners. on Eighth!: street State last as is 1elss asrrlra.
""f the roirpanr to bidding In this I week he mi addle I at fault Gals It/aura ,.
betvecn the liouiecard by Judre ions In the circuit' court a.b, IiaTTeer aaaaell sap 554s
r&XDKRICK he was supported( b\ \\f\ IA filer I Oh" >I it
I ;
S. I
JOHN I Mr Prout Inflated on a legal opln lelatlve' excavation be prarilolaw In all of the Stare court M st.a M ashy : a l4 (.e. M
ENGINEER \Df\ made lu the street l>elwe, 'n the
CIVIL lion and reminded the other (gentlemen ) i'I' of Florida Judge 5ander! I* cm
tmo points Well known to rtqulre comment For e a sap s tiaa''H ew L. .JNaMttlle 1555 5555 Sep e 5 L.
ANDMJRVEOR.alwsrr : thai the awarding I of the bonds |
eM e5t51.'., lap t.aal" ...hsS.Jaeaa.aeilla.1. sail 5555 hasp, 57115ItM
A of the ren'rslntng
r. klie tar mm .' Lane. rar".I. had been carried oter from a preT I I cupy Injunction !: several years past ne has pra.'tired 75.P, 55, I as, a ass, aasse sass 8)0., 5. 0$T, sfo, eMa
All-u.. ,I...1ft "" .-DCn"... Ls... f..". out meeting" for the purpose of JIT- the board from further procedure I.. iv In this ennntr. nerT'nit; as prt>*e- '' 's11 s ssp t ss, leas- t a.b. A..a" I Ills. t es is 1511 isP ta
aiM I etiral 1 a5 e / 4 sus At ..._ b. ...Ia a $t t as is a IFCUNSCUR
00 ..., "........ toe city attorney' time In whichto ', the work was presented eating; attorney an,1 now ho ding the -
MIAMI FLORIDA linK I'f the propert* owners effected I b) ,important! office "f municipal Julf i
look up the matter and render an II AM OCODEXTU( smisair coxmcraxs: AT HAIL
the excavation\ .earinx ant
opinion r-l lal" to the Talldltof the ap| ; rtoqu..t.IIDC Hinton A Sanders should l make a
rut the matter l>e a-ttl<'d ai tem Both and
S. ftlCHMOHlJ, Mi of the Guaranty. Companv and earls as |possible and a suggestion Prong deservedly popular are competent I II a.. CMMCIIO Made at ...< with Sasasaskla .. lilt P. 1 k L C.ataaj' Mir
miKzeMd ''ha a* the city attorneysea .
REAL ESTATE present he would like to h. ar I.. s. made whereby the work c 'u" Havana and WestTwo
pursued m manner sat sfjctor
a )
I from him It. .. apparent bowever "To Cure a F.lon"
'. to the complainants The 'Utgf'I'\oo\
AORT Pistmm. CHANT o50T&BT eoMP. I
that the other gent eroen were Sailing Each Week.
rtBUcITATI waa in the form of a resolution as
AT LAft'il u'laflrd the bid l "'a* Illegal no matter Sam Kendall of Phllllpabnrg.Kan .
what the opinion of the attoi ;,follow I says. "Jnat corer It over with Bucklen' ;. Ti.1.. Dt eb.r.. Pree.gere 11& Shlp's 11M. Fte T..........
MIAMI !ne though the latter was beard I Ii Thai the board follow our
It:1C ; Arnica Salve and the Salve! will
----- of Nth Street aa regard portion I a S T.aW same 55.tar sa wasst 5..5 sat 5.a 1..was a
stated that there
Mr Gautler wererailoua =
i : do the ....t." Quickest cure for burns, .. 0. sand.. ass ... 5.1.51..psn...as taw = .E is ar ==
M. P. BRANNING./ opin ona relat I TC to public that remains nndlsiurbed, using Uw 1 bolls sores. &<,.Id.. wounds. piles ee- a. ..,..,r be.... w.e..rsr..... s.lv..-r a.ee..aa .a.OSe i.__
offlciali deriving pecuniary benefit material that has not been removed
mararf ... (.isaiilarfra.t 'rough their office other than that :Ito I make a uniform grade for the t. aema, salt rheum chapped hand, sort Per C* y *. Uo LOCA1. TIME CARD es Other .........

Utaaasa to UtKdM. lefarasca allowed by salary or fee, but held tire street from Avenue B to Boulerd feet and sore eyes Only It centsat "SEE THE TICKET AQENT..
all druggists.
hie c-e f IIai hat the bid of the Miami Realty ". i
Loan A Guaranty Company waa legal! Meaan Homer Moore Cohen and .. 1. RA11NE9. AMC CW.... PEM. AfU $T. AUOUSTWXSEABOARD' MA,

West Palm Beach :: Flood aid acceptable providing Mr. Provt others addressed the board reiatiTe Many Attractive Rates ,

himself did not rot In the premlae. to the matter and a disposition wa I -

Follow'ng a d acvaalom relative to shown to help the city all they could ATCxtremely
JAVa t..BUTDattS, certain statements mad by Mr W. In remedying> the condition

ATTORNEY AND M Brown ihat the bonds could bold I It was' moved and seconded that : Low Rates

COUNSELOR AT LAW ( and would be accepted at the I the board accept the suggestion and
discretion 6f the city by the Fort Dallas i iI. instruct the city engineer to furnish VIASouthern I

O.aa..-. ..* -..! t- Law. AawwtOmea I.P51.017 National Bank. Mr Prout auggeated a .profile In accordance with the I
... D arl0.... hIU_. II' that In aa much aa Mr. Brown I* same and have the prod: ready for Line
re Wane* BLOCS.. FLORIDA.Uvk ens ( absent from the city that the matterof ,a recess meeting; to be heldedne*. Railwayfrom Railway

MIAMI awarding the sale be carried ores day afternoon. September 11I'h. at 4

until him retim' when inch state clock at which ilm- the matter will

W. C. MAYNARD, I meats could i.e reduced to writingand I be disposed of. The meeting then )Jacksonville

the matter compromised In thai adjourned. I F'OR

W4. 5- Toronto Ont and return I
A Distressing Story of Death Ticket on sale September 12 to IS. Savannah. Columbia, Camden. Southern Fines

limit September 24 extension Ortober I
I 24 Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

And in Wind Storm I Philadelphia. New York
Suffering '
$ 0.35 -At auta. Ca and return
Tickets on .a Sept 12. 13. Ifi. li Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Perfect Biting;, nt) wearing 1'1.a ..- !land l 1* limit September\ :5: mention Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
are great OlIIfor' With our riles j Ito October 10.

elve apparatus and large eipriefKiethere I $10 35 Atlanta. Ga and return
i. BO rueas work Prier rea II I Ticket! on sale September 29 and 3ft. Modern Pullman Equipment.
enable W. repair Watches. Clocks. I < r'rom Dally Y.. tre poifs. 8ept IS) 'the wind bowing about her toe child (limit October j. extension to October\ I

J ewer"IT and 8p.,..,..... A p rU>Mi ..t The story o( a diatrerslng accident | mess In a prpft .m"n' bu havingtbeen 224I .
y<'ur. trade a.ked for Ixx-ated on A. the raised the waiir and lx>lnx O yI T.TTTB
resulting In drowning of a nan I Ia'o I (70.70- Richmond V'a. and l re'uroTicket
D betw. inh and Itch ( .
IM e tt. very of her
'' one >eais .
and the f jniful experience of bis on sale October 1 ; limit Octobrr I
W. .:. MAYNARD, eight Te.r old daughter cornea from : with a boat she dlsibted great pre, I St44 IplI'ltlU d11lt IkrOl) sleepers tni Jicluirflli U In Orlu t.

h..,... ....... 0.55.555secs. Baa Oal1le.La.1 |eec of mind crept forward and looaIrnlrg I 70-- San Francisco and Lo An
Saturday night. It the luhardit 1 let the sail run .isles.
appear a j one war second classTickets -
man named 8'U.er. a nskermaa and town Even though she hail l re'''eve<1'l i on .isle dally to September l lI U

boatman reild ng; at Cocoa, a few part of the danger the almost! Infant 110 October 11 for full infort .t oo sad sleeper reservation, call oa any spot of th

miles from Bun Gallic left home to |girl was still a' the mercy of the wind I $37.00Washington. 1>. C. and return Seaboard, or writ

PATENTS sail to the latter place AccompanyIng I land ran. All night long the bait | Tckets on sac' dally to September
tTif4 anon' the .frt *'ened chi
J ; him was his eight year old daughter : ti 30. limit October 31.

\1(11.< Enrou'e and when near !.rain he only continuingE occupant. with the wind and I I HI 05 -Oh:cago 111. and l return 1.0. MCDONNELL 1ss't. GeL hss. l&L jichomiiie, Fla

r e staffs e. Ear Cahle a sever rain and windstorm Ticket on sal. dally to September
.s 5tw.5r a.r.a.a tr.s..rln.wq.a war .r.. came up. The w'nd b ew with I ..rlv tfnnday morning the craft :50: limit October 11

a+y. r+ la {,L COVRTSIEB.t fearful force and la man Jai.. r'etr wY1 Y.aatr.,. .a. war.fM..I boat the boom gibed sullenly rr k. the place where S'll j : :turn >{ia :Nw Yorkk allowing ten days

s.1 kt/dtit..a PaeIsa Ea51.d..Iy.S.e ng S'HI. r on he heed and knockinghim ler last h'. life. and a short time af "top over 'n ahlnron Baltimore
j orernoard It 1 1s believed be :term ard. me child fast siirrumhinzo PhliMelph' or New Ynrk. Tickets

I..r sr.. w err star tars cuts ..a* rendered '."xinnclou a* the child, : her sufferings and rxix-rmce. wax. on to e .lap l l v '10 September 30 l/ limit
Kays her fatner did not n-e .0 the rescued and returned to h"r home 'rV"ber 31
Atlantic Coast LineTIIROIAII
''surtac, but once when he disappear 8111 er'* hodv was reentered .'elerday I hn' other 'Ir'l'"vfl rate

GA-SNOWt from lcht and was drowned.Thus morning and buried In tht
Fir fur hi' Information
i toT
: ; i apply
'I.-d left alone In the boat and with cemetery at Cocoa I

K. McCALL :\'nr.lll'I.It

\ 1 City Passenger and Ticket Apt.JAMKSFKKEMAN. Florida, Georgia Alabama Virginia:: North Carolinaand
South Carolina
> T. ....... Fnckks ft PtapUsM
Pi"tnct Passenger A K' ot. The great Highway of Travel between

t.. D"'. Nadinolat : los West Bay St Jacksonville F.a.

ssAl..a.....: DISPUTE IS NOW BEING[ ARBITRATED PHONE ;42 t: I iei' ;ja and the East and \West.\ North and South

stir.ar -s ,......

-___ If-. ..-... Low Round Trip Rain 'mvet ...
G\1a ..... '-. ........ Via L. & N. R. R.
-- Route of the PIXIE FLYERCelebrat
sad ..I w.trHa..5 555Ns I From Dally Metropo'la' Sept IS ) Brtckell decided upon Mr But:er. d a FLORID J&D WEST INDIA LIMITED

.. ass.y-. c.d be.a. ,... After .e>eral )ear of disputing I I I They aa arbitrator. selec'ed Mr.Ho..ard. MONTGOMERY: L. AND N.

... W== :is>:t YrTM.Ss..N and wl'hout any definite agreement a a refervehotn Louise ille& Nashville\ R.R. Trams

Ar- having e\er bean reached as to he loation ;I Mr Rodrer and Mr Howard -
**!. WIll k* ...... hnltkra ,- of 'the boundary line between' arrived 1 In the cm thus morning and l The Louisville\ A NashTllle Railroad t'O> \' K.NIKNT METHOD OF TRA'/Fl.INU
>M _OUrai. $0 POB MI tam rank he. Mary J Irr ckell and 8. Ijiwr Vllantf Tna+t I.ir.e sane thousand mile HckrU good! over l4.uttO.. mile Itt rail.I .
tram be... K MM* *M1 M a kT M ". C are spending the d.. at 'h.. orttre of will aril round trip rates from Jack
.ra. _i m+u.MTWMAl <'nee proinrtirs. a hoard of arbitraio Mr flutter going o'er the fish note ornllle to |1',10", .khown on dates In. I road embracing nortlons of the Houth, on sale al all principal agenrie, siate
TaLTT prim.. Peru.. Tw '. eon.t lnt nx of Meeaira n. O. I of engineers who have mirvevi 1 the bested I'r"portlonal'l low rates of 62. ..*<.h. I loilted tn one year from date of purchase For full no**.
Ro I' reliable loformstion regarding rale*. schedules, Pullman serTDre.eWWrite .
H.... j 0 ni ler of )Miami with Alfred How ,
ri/ 7.- acquired all the data: neee.aart w II
M8 OS ( h IIU ( and
I'1\'fI. return
I ,rd. of iw-ljind a* referee. la meting; go ou' and eerie) .he line wnlrh must' Tickets- .,,1.. dally to September i frank T, BojIsKm, (I..'. Pa... Age w. i). Stark Traveling Pa.*. Agent
on ..
t. the oTIce! of Mr Butler today rOo etl the 1.- W. Ray "'t... i. JarkM.nville. Flal .
e property( confine All I
30 and limited to return until Oct.
I he purpose of t1..loIln. upon the dltdlnt 'three of the abltu'ora are civil I en :cut: l VS. J. Craig Pa enjjer Tmffic I.n"lter.'dmlnltton., :10. CEIGHT
: 1 I'nt' between the two proper. pincer. and the line In dispute ex I I
I ea their decl on to be Bnal l ''t'Dd. north and snub Ufi (chtlns or $!I7 $0-Drn'er Cobra Springs or
onthl The line Pueblo Col and return On sale I
in q'tettlon lies west of about one m le and I a quirterE ,
he cat Iml'a about one hundred I dally until Sepl..mhf'r111.:: Final
I cry mrve> or who has run th' I
ard. the contention bv Mrs Hncfc line In the pa*' has given It a d n>rent return limit October 31. II

II being that her Pro's"MY extenn5 location, h"n('" the : .cas.s.l Per 4.Ais'"Tile "nr'her west than the I'ne show*. 'ween ,he two ownet" of the propertjfffected Tlrke s on sate: tally Final

MOST BCAlTTPlT. MAOAZtNEV i I. tile Col Lawrence thinks that e s rotti-n limit SO Isis from date of ; PA'KTtR'S' j- BEST:
THE "HMtLJ)" orr. a further east tna- the line says rale

, Ask soar new.lr.ler for this superSmuaxtae "h. mater hits .been under fire be-- I Mlw Ethel.atherlv. daiicntet: Dally to September 30th roundtrip l : ftPTILIZCRrW1+e.. used .

If be dos not handle it Seen the two parties for the past of Mr and MrsV \\-Mtheriv ot tickets will\ be on :
summer tourist< +f nature lanai 11W 'IiVJ mid besut t Fu
cAt or ten >pa" and It wa not this who a tlyFLCenrnt.e
ena a* bis name and address with your city abort a P'''r "110; went Sale to various resorts: Full Infor
and ..\drae..t loc: for sample n'll a fewlays ago hat they agreed on the atage I t. nw
name pluvu pr.n nation schedules. time table. 'C. i. fit, Agent.
copy. Regular peace tjc. MennuoBorr I i. arbitration the finding of' Mid artrstors .'Ilial part In The Ltltll'I'1tetp\ .1'1 l 1 Se famished protup'ly on appllen (..._..f ..... n..
this to be accented as the dh 11ti |C:>."
pet- now touring tie 't ite. and wi'I I Inrobublv
PdblUUaa Conp" i n( I ne he'wcvn he propen e* |'la\ here during: 'h" c.m- ton to
Genta.; Ijiw-ence i; ".. Herring Florida I'ae.. Agt
I named RatC .
4 Matt IM Blot Pies. Y- Oty ng winter )lIe. Wetth1 1 i 15 nmk.tln .-
< ra .s his r..pr8t'naUn. while Mrs, ( quite a success on the stage No 11$ V SBay Su JackooUll Fla


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Six Day Sale Big 15 Day I.,'F.J.


. Burdine 6 Quarterman I: Cut Price f fI

It will pay you to read over this sale carefully. By comparing I
prices you can readily see your chance to save a few dol- I
lars. Our buyer goes to market October first and this saleis
to make room for new goods. Come in and see bargains

Beginning Monday, I 17 I SALENOW r

and Continuing Through The Week.

White Goods Dress Goods

Madras, 25 and 30c value. ....20c 25 ;
Madras, 35 and 40c value.....25c per ct. reduction I II
Dot Swiss,35c value .........25c Henriettas Serges, Cashmeres, Panamas I I
Embroidered Swiss, We value.40c Eoliens, Ladies' Cloths, in sS.;
Check Nainsook, lOc value..08c all colon and Black and White.
Check Nainsook. 15c value...lOc
Check Nainsook 25c value...ISc
Burkley long cloth, 12 l-2c val.lOc Col. Cambrics s
. .r Sewell Bros Y
4 Full 36 in.wide,twenty five pieces
:', Linens to go at per yard.... ......12 1-2c
';: 10-4 dress linen, 1.35 value....90c 100 pieces calico, this sale......5cEmbroideries I I I .YI
; 36 inch dress linen, 75c val..55c
36 inch dress linen, 60c val. .. 45c I
Glasgow 1-2 linen, 25c val. ..17c
Glasgow 1-2 linen, 20c val. ...14c
i worth of Shoes
. This line as usual the most com- $7000
Table Linens plete in the city,will be sold at one

35c quality.......... .......25c third off the regular price. It will
50 and 60c quality.... .. ... .40c75c pay you,to call and see the display Hats and Clothing being -
d quality........ ..... ...SOc we have whether you buy or not ,
1.25 quality...................90c
1.50quality ..... .......... 1.10
, closed N. Y.
at cost
2 piece, half bleached, 60c val...45cInfant's Laces
In French and German vals, Veni-
Wear cians, Torchons, All-Overs, etc. I ,4
Long and short dresses, long and Line is offered at sacrifice prices I t rI
short skirts, socks, caps, kimonas.

; All of our Hosiery ladies fine hosiery at Towels 15 Per Cent
: 25 per cent reduction. Misses and 25 dozen linen towels with or without I
: boys school Stockings, several odd fringe, full size,35c val. 22 1-2c
: lots to clean 12 1-2c,
up 1 Or*
... ... .
. 15c and 20c ones at. JLV/1-

; Ribbons Shirt Waists I Redudionr

'' $250 worth to be offered in lots at One lot fine lingerie waists to go
:, lOc, 15 cents, 20 cents- and 25 cents half price .

s: Ladies Misses and Chfldrens Hats togo given on other goods. Now is your time to buy tr,
and save money. We can save you from 25 to

;, at this sale for half price ; 50 cents on each dollar you wish to spend. .A.

'J Our entire line of trimmed hats for ladies, misses and children will go on
.. sale at exactly: half price. Our stock of ladies caps and misses
sailors will be included in this sale .

Come and SEE for Yourself.

9' Remember this sale will begin Monday, the 17th
t and continue through the week.

:$; j' Burdine 6 i Quarterman, Miami, Florida I John Sewell &BrolIIP1

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