The Miami metropolis

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The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title:
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
East Coast Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 4, 1907
Publication Date:
Weekly (published on Friday)
Physical Description:
12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
25.787676 x -80.224145


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note:
Editor: Walter S. Graham

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Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
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Texas Jan 3 A I I :
[ Of The Number
Forty-Four I woman exp< rlmvnt In farming I I. j jbeing I II
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Were Mexican Laborers tCORONER'S leadership attempted In MM! Ihta Mary state IIa underhe >'don. Eight "Gents Of I 1. '

.,.. 'a novelist of Chicago! She has .
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purxhaaed SOOO acres of land'for the
1 purposx of founding l a woman* rol-1 I Leisure" Taken I
pay Ml** Hxdon and her auoclMe I
[ INQUEST HELOt : ... all of hom are unmarried | : \
i ladle are going in for light farming \ | \
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and (Invite vomen with small I :

I capital or ueful women withoutapital On Raid Made In North |
t to join them Women mar I

1 ihaV r their husbands eorompatytiem Miami And Colored Town
Tsdy At Alma Where The Boy Hf, it Is absolute! unavoidable but : ,1: .f : : :: I: :

Telegraph Operator Blamed For 1|:no man will have any rake In tbejmanagement { Last Night Information I II !

of the colon j jIIFsTHOlKO

The Acadent Will Testify-Official I Filed Against All Of Them. > l \ I
too' SETS

i .H!' ; i on Continue I ; |i
St John. Sit. Jan J.Tllf' British 1I I
'I cruiser Brilliant has arrived here I' :

F ID<* 'reports that over 100 herring I l ): ;
From Dillx MeirouoiU h" 1: | I >
nets are tones In the Ice In the Bay I Sheriff Frohotk ha gotten tired I t
Tontka Kim Jan J- It Is im- of (Inland and will become totai 'lot ) .: '
the large number of
)osnibl ti, sav Jot hoe many per ,tow The idle negro tad mhlte men who I
Ions perished tn the Rock Island has succcreded In cutting. a portion of qsentorlh Miami and fr..1 : ; : : I
Railroad: wreck at Alma Kansas.yeslrrdav 'the. fleet. i
herring out of the Ice but I Town some otthem having been .
morning as a umber of it I* feared there i i. no chance for
arouni '
hanging these parts for ,
Mexican bodies have herd found still ,the aets Uost of the flsblns smacks
'month aid even without work :
years I f
II | <
burning In the smoking car have arrived here and have gone | ,
Inc or During say visible meansolwpport
Th conductor says there wereevewtyix i lnu stales ,,(rter E'
and last night I accompanied : :
Mexicans on the train and ,q uIet In the banks The captain '
'by two or that of his depntievnadcIt I
i* leared that forty-four of these I I I of the steamer Active has been fined |
raid on the.*) gents of leisureXorth I !
sets .killed with four other passenger ,i400 an alternative of tits '' | :
Miami and Colored Town
all men and the train months Imprisonment fr' eonvelng I i. I
were given a 'thorough scouring and '
porter making a total' tf fifty-nine colonists beyond the mailne boun-I j I .:"
dead, i Jary to join American vessel i.MOT jwhen: the jolt had been finished see : : ;; : II 1 .:
The .coroner s inquesi It being held Jen, negroes and one white man were j I .
Inner John ... 'Ian the toll and escorted to Jail.where j jthey j I Ii
at Alma today "' 1 .\>A'8 GKK.IT .{
the boy operator. who la blamed for were locked op on the charger i i i
:T.U. OtTPITButte I
'of vagrancy % amber of olh..n11t.tt1al : ': '
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tb* sec'-em will testify The official |
Investigation Is being COB tined Mon .-Jan -nf' t'altedState. :| wind of the presence of .the j i i : I : : rl !:
i officers proceeded to make them : (i I l '
at Topeka.THIRTY Away Officer{ In Montana. R ,,rives scarce tot In that way evaded :I l \ |
-- H Tatem has Just publUhT-d his '' I
report arrest though Sheriff Frohock States : ] :
It.:%l) Slf t tRUCK on the output of gold silver 'that they will lie taken Into cj.tody

| SU\M iiI1iCI.tLB copper. and lead for 105 'hl.hi lea I I leOn a. located !1 ||!
show an Increase of over $1000lt- 'j| This County PTosecutln
morning I
Topeka Kan Jan J-* The Rock 10* a* compared with the preview j Attorney R R, Taylor lied( ; Inform : i | \ '

Island Railroad official* i here. Insist our The clue of gold rained I. .|om direct again*! the eight !'rl..j : I 1 ;
that on!' Ihlr v persons !Vvre killedand ,4fi.t.:34. silver "i.ltS.tU' ; copper 'joners. rharglng,, them with vagrancy ] '
thlrn ..rlouly Infixed In yes I $4X.US.2T7 and lead 'Ui.IU r and they will 1.* taken Into the I I
terdax'a wreck Of twelfe seriously making a tool of I a.'j7'.5!It. the ity: court. which convene next Mot, :

Ininred) In .thi hospital here It U cited 'arrest In the history of the tale. ,day for trial. It I I. probable the \ "

t that several will Mr Totem predlcti that the 1 '011 I,majority. or ;all of them will plead : !II. | "
irodnctlon when computed will (guilty to the charge ; ( \
amount to nearlyS rent more .
per ;
Miami Translw CaV Is preparina ] :: j
than for 1k05PAlnters I I.
to' build quite a tarps and com :,, ;
modli u* building on their 11th 8L Fine Ketcli-Rigged: ;:

lothf' same to be nsed\a* sleepingqHartiT are engaged In repainting :
for cUabiemen drivers and and retraining the front and woodwork I I ;
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others In the emptily of the companylwirha of the Anthony-Romfh store ,j Has Arrived ; :!
on East Twelfth street I

.ed Vine PUtwMr .

*. F ,'r- ,1 George ,Sew.ell has 1!
jut -on I'. t.d 'the fnratahlng of her TELEPHONE COMPANY \
.1f'pw home on Fourt...nth street Is Property Of Dr. R. V. r.i1''I

by th |Ilarrhnse of c ftiagnlftcent I D i' : : r''; ; :::; i I :

(Bah Omni' Chlckerlog Piano from RUSHED WITH ORDERS i -Will Be Used For
Hint I'i !IdwtH Thlujlt' perhaps : .1:: : : 1::: : :
handsomest pane Instleti Captain J. A. Beanett
on 01 th : I I
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e' metalled in this part of

be atal. It Is one of their swell Yachts En Route I,
a. at' h
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Concern Is Now' One Of The Most I I |! : :
Sold MoMallne Mere lied Flourishing Business Institmtiansla i r.I

One of I the extension fofemen, who I I
From Dilly lletrouo'!'.. Jan :3 ] I i : j !
came to the city te.terdag and spent The Citj-Gires A Service See.I The palatial kelrh' rigged yacht I Ii I
the nigh at of Miami hoUerles
one *- I
I Hantreas. the property of l>r. R V. [ j I
had the nerve t. complaint end To None. I ,
I Pie r., the wed known medklnemaaiifaclurer ; l
thw" landlord this m rnlag that .
who spends every winter i
the mMqIlIt. were frisatfully bad I
la thewj slid adjacent waters, ( I
t* his room and that They kept himiJrom I
and who for several bated
sleeping Why said he "I I I"y I
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felt more movqnltoes In tn> room notable among the radical Improveroenta : and nsed the hobseboat Whim Wham I I'I t l I .
afternoon t :
arrived In
teal night than I have felt altogether I In the rlty Is the present i iservice port yesterday i' '
iln command of Captain 1. A Ren'nett ;
nib. lest month In the keys.: Oik- .
i being received at the t.ods !i
'arbtlomaal"r well I IIn
) hunts
mho have "txteB to the keys In -
of the Miami Telephone Company. there waters. ''': : :
I be past se' rx' roorth* corroborated -
the statement This appear T.ura ago the Company... al-I I I The Hnntress: one of the One'stand I

fiery noKitlve evidence against thv I I moat' gasping for existence for morer..allOa. | largest yachts of her elans end ; '
kind this She : ,
1 to ever enter port :
ppovltlon' that mosquitoes and oth- than oneLast i : :
If. '
I Its feet over all on deck. 2: feet .
; *r annovlng rarments In untold ..
.r there were one hundred ;
beam draws J. 3 feet of water and
quantities along. the lice of the
and fortt-t..o tele).boner being used Independent, of a large sail spread, : l :
KevWtcn iqn of th. F. E. C ,
RallwsvI I by resident and business honsowners Is driven bv two 35 horwpower :I | I ,I : "

Tod-v. there are three engines She registers Tl ton ano \ ,i :

I Tailor In Large hundred and twent-eight. phones Inconstant I I.. brand new having been built dur i, '' : l | !
use and orders for many tug the pat summer I I : ,| /;
Mi, I. Srhnn, 'u>r of Yep ork. ar I mine to he lntal'e are on the hook 1 'apl. Bennett who for t s o wapon ) I
rt.-d at,. hari-e of the Tailoring I
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of out two girls the
as ass
jlnoteud )
past was master of the yacht ,
d am ,, S.W.M Bro Tailoring; I I schedule tart vesr there are fire ..1n'Il'hboArd Gransata now tn- Rita.rrforts a very | 1' ;
Eat stub Mr <5chit>t.'r ha* a ,
the during the day atlert I 1 "
pleasant trip' sotih Or Pierce and I I I '
... .
Ffu'ntloi b nr: one Of the beat l .
two t operator attending all the family arrived here a week or more l l l ,
a. t' >'..rk e b and the
v '
lime i ago and Joined (the yacht this mornIng | i I I ; :
., i vt! .' n h".. *t"t th. lx'.t In speaking of the service Mr which after taking on fuel and | : | \ t I l ,

hr lnUi. I bars C Frtf, ,'II stand Yf'DI"Idtr upplle and having a little nee I I :
If mould call I I : f
that patron by number garv work done Mill get sway on .i
not .d of In name their connection Instep a, tar is Fort' flyers on tine |
T. mmm R CHIEE[ OF Idonld be made ranch more rapid \\ ,t Coast t i, | | t : C :
|lu onlnls' mcmorr I i. too much '
l :
1' y.d to remember the number of |. ;

POLICE, WAS KillED1SPRNOON k [ :'I! |> of ill patron SAFE BLOWERS MADE Y l .
Taking: the s' t>"ni In all It Is one "
i he brut on the East ('Obt. if let r I
) I..r (the Mete 1 { |
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....... OflJcrm t:IrondRf't' I

I .. 1,1. W E. Canton has fs1y f.- i l ,
+a from a few days I illness and FLORIDAi l I
St P-t. -'.t.,-g J.n.Iajar: ..ided at the Baptist Prayer meetIng I l I

[ General Vendor Lainnltt : prefect of Ytedneiuiax, Al the monthly ron I i | 1..1. t tI
police of St P teninnrg, was nhoti f.rerie: HI the clone o. a short *erI I i I ,

i and killed by a vopng man at (Ulta' vice the fol'onlng. officers were I, | I i ,

." ,"i Ex".rtmf'nl"tI..dlf'ln": ,Jected fir the ensuing )ear )fr. |i iI 'i I ,
-dal. aft.-" ,,,,,, "lohn !' exxelleel'rte<1 church clerk : I I Oa Jan '- The sales ; > ( I 1 |

Main. (jinnltt wk *h
% In +h ',a* of the brain 1 lieforwa'd .of the Sunday school: :\V I. Perkins at Jennings Fla ; ,' I

fell and died 1 two mlnTh Ml's M Rush reflected church or- were blown onea: early this mornln I :

"i*,", tnrnjed to flee'bet zanlot with Ml.' 1 Ma Hull a III III a lit. i About fZOO were! take from Barn I I > "

as ..(Be r pr-tent drew hi. rand bet- Tt w*< aarouaced that the prexentrholr ...' safe hot little wa taken from the | i I

killed: hlti luntaatlT tThe idea(- loft Is to h. rhxnged to a more Perkii s estsbllsbmest. It I III believedth l ,
of tb- 'ass, Min bat not been .-.. -i. _. the cork .
It1 yet .rncngement on pulpit was (hat ot profession 1 1, I I

I 4eu' >rialn 'd I :!IL plfctform cracksmen. i I

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PACK TWO nne: MIAMI umo oui. ........ JAXTAAT" t. I OT now PAGd

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The, Weekly Miami Metropolis ': FAIRNESS PREVAILThe OF THE IRONCLAD

Metropolis I* a friend to Miami The Metropolis bas been asked

B. B. Tatum. Preaident, I. Bobo Daa B*...1'rM8. This baa been demonstrated to tell something about Col. John .'
-- - -- --- thousand of time and It I Is scarcely Mercer Brook the confederatenavalfiaan. I phosphate
ilK aaoaib' . . . . 1100 On yar ..1." I necewar to m.'ke the ..lalement who died a fw dar ago '

Those pacing 1 I. advance will receive a &r'* Mbaeriptloa for $1M i I at his home la Lexington. Va. the I baking powders.The

aa! its ...-...'1Ia .'ib,,'r+o'lfe for a enu The U a Ilbral dlMOWi tu Indue Just al ibis time bo.e\er. there ('correspondent adding that

ttrtetly slimes payaieaitE I Iis a subject which need to bv discussed had a rather remarkable df'C"1 label law requires that all

and It la because. of the deep eating htitory &
t.reJ at the rVxtomc at Miami. florid M acoaclsa ,
Intereit that this paper tests In the Metropolis has at hand a brief
-- -- ---- graphy of Brook and his IM"I the
be named
and future welfare of this ingredients :
V. JIM tin 4. ISM T i achievement la the civil war .
good city and her people that it ceased was the maker of the

'( bring up the subject.It confederate Ironclad ", .. the labels. Look
OLD YEAR HAS I I* the little thing that make 1 I ty-two years ago, and with f.mO.1

BEER' GOOD TO US DUTIES OF FIREMEN' friend or enemies on the part of h* revoluUonlied naval .. .

i 1 the wealthy tourist Miami I* "At the outbreak of tile : for the alum compounds.
I Prom Dally Metropolis. Jan 1 Meddling or laterferrtng with the I i largely a tourist city, and must toa Brook was a young officer In th

Today the year 1 to, Miter into .Are department while at a are and great degree depend upon the investments United State Navy and noted for

history and ooo Into the distant [in the discharge of Its duties la mane made by tourists to keep his efficiency and Ingenuity. Fol 1 I

memory of the psstTomorrow la serious offense In most cllle*- an business In all lines going 1'.lal1rltDI.., his native State NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only
.e will hate end write and live and out of the Union, he immedlatei)
Men of wealth do not like to be
'offenae that often lead to arrests i
do buslntks IB 1007 If the Incoming { wrongfully treated or overcharged devoted himself to devising a aw Royal Baking Powder, which is a
it II food to the people and punishment. to soy nothing of i of Ironclad (warship for the
year type
and aa small a thing as an extra .-*
a> hat been hat now fading Into 1h* many personal encounter re- Collar on a pair of shoes or five Confederacy Franc and Englandhad pure, cream of tartar baking powder, *

a shadow there will be no room to salting from the same "cent too much for a shave or a already produced Ironclad,. but :
for this has been a bouatifml old fashioned and the best that be made.
complain Th meddling and Interfering eon- shine might cost Miami a citizen who they were limply can ;

year a progressive year anda eitixen 1 would Invest ten thousand dollar team frigate sheathed over withiron ,
>ear that will stand but prominent slats mainly In bystander i* a house ad lot -aad -spend hundred Qiook*Jn hj* deajga cut away "
archive of time, but we mutt Uggeatlag to and directing theBremen free board and mast ann
'atb.a: of dollars every season with the high .
see; no man can foretell I how to proceed with their I local grocer, butchers bakers and Introduced the novel Ironclad ateam ..
what th future will bring
,work criticising what they are du'Ing. j I furnishers. ram.

The year laws and has other seen calastrophlea. misfortune -- : etc' It may follow that the ad- A few days ago a gentleman who "It was a wonderfct success a* ;
disaster 1'bad already decided to make hiswinter the Merrlmac'i easy destruction of
; greater In magnitude and ;vice suggested I la sane and good and ,j home here and had In..NI..ct'' the wooden squadron of the Federal

number than were ever experiencedbefore ;fall that sort of thing but the time to largely asked a hack driver what al* Hampton Road fully demon

great old In world so abort kept a on time moving Jet and the 'offer It 1* not during the progress I, he .would charge: to drive hint four !itrated Only the sudden appearance 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOOC O . . . )) I,

I of a are when the coolest and mostcollected block. add back and when the an '| of the unique ironclad monitor 1
i the time progressed and developed
same aver wa one dollar the gentlemanvery I designed and built by Ericsson at :
than In m.nII have their nerve
aa much or more
j justly became angry at the the same time that 8rookl..* 1
: other corresponding period I keyed M a bleb tension and are not I.,
any I' .. spirit of extortion and walked That checked the Merrimae'sconquering :
:! Leaving all else and coming down 'in a condition or position to listen rwklng. 1LA.14ZIht : : : :
: criticism.. act on the part of the driver not only 1 course.: Col. Brooks
to our own Immediate city and section (either to suggestion or I it
The chief of the Miami flre depart- coat him a reasonable' compensh'llol has never received perhaps enough
have evidence manifold of I
.. ,(I I but the whole city by In .0\-\
Injured 11
I I II credit for his performance producing
thrift energy and Proc,.... At no meat complain of the Interference'of .
making the man of means feel that | Ironclad. considering
1: time In the history of the county :' citizens at flre. though he very I II I that erode
'; have the people been more -i R It more to ashonest I II where such a spirit of unwarranted t it merely In its relation to the .
than during the past >ear proaperoua On (I bNI.: to assist than to In 'exaction p.III1I. not a good place development. of naval warfare. I going to the front as the i_ad- ;

tt I terfere. This be true, yet the to fast his pearl 1 "Brook. constructed the Ironclad \
every hand there has been a build may ing city in South Florida. Everybody
Another gentleman who has been of the old United
ing bo 'ra in every quarter and sectloa wrong la not.removed The present upon the hull
\ there hive been farming develovmenta. -;thief bas demonstrated fe'.mself! fully coming here several seasons andhas State frigate Merrima which had is going; to Miami. Now is the time to
at visit
la every town and village capable of combatting any are and Invested largely every been sunk In the Norfolk Navy Yard. I
and has had nothing but good words secure a choice location either for busi-
; aood cheer and happiness have prevailed i under all condition The prepert, I It was named the Vlrgltla. bat moat I

'I The health of the entire UM since he department has been for us everywhere, was made to writer persist In calling It the i iWurllnu. ness or residence. Choice locations in
his displeasure by an
vent to
county could not have been better; In his control has been very small I give The Virginia In a single I
'. disease ha removed but few of our and he and the men under him have exhorbltant price made on some' day added the wooden na/les of the I the city for sale by : : : : : : :
lumber and while we miss those received due and generous praise for standard preparation by one worM to the Junkihott Th* Confederates

a bat have gone w" preciate the the aam!*, druggist The gentleman had paid also first used the submarine -

hundred who have come to live When the head of the department,tlesS than twenty rentn'an ounce afI boat"
t I I he asked sixty FORT DALLAS
hone for what was LAND CO.oooooooxrooooooooocx
1 and prosper .In this moat favored of makes s. rtoui mistakes when the ( a
all aectioDt. 'organization become generally Ineffrlert I here. .
I Owner of houses which -would bewell HEW IK
And just-a word about the Me !/ when there la an unnecessary I SOMETHING : OOC .):( :oo:(.X : )
:. tropolis.! Today it i* a atroD<
:, bitter and more able paper than general In th. fl.v department have ar" held at one to two hundred.

:, ever before The year or It would b* ;gone to the bad then It la time tor I' Hotel and boarding houses which I Let all re "booiers" take solace rotors.Ayent.Call 32 on "% or
dollar a day fare exact :%:..%. E. :NOPI
mere appropriate to say the people Interference, though not even then give two and revel .with yourself for enD
have been good and considerate ot Iby the private ritlten It wllf be three to four Landladies who have should Dade county go dry In te Fort Vice-Pre. Fort Dallas!
: It authorities furnished rooms which would be I thirst need not Dallas wad Co.. Miami. Fla. wdCo.. St. Auvustia FOCO .
It hat been the aim and endeavor up to the proper city coming election your ?
; of itt editors to make it the leadIng to And a remedy but until such dear at five a week want ten. Automobile suffer. nay. It can always be kept '

paper of the county and one of .condition art* and action become which would be far more wet. If report from Kansas, that I .: X <> . -x ) #

1? the beat la the 8tat How wil necessary, the Metropolis suggests generally used .t fifteen dollar a good old state. that produced: Jerry -

J' these effort have toceeeded and that It la best for the Are departmentand day stand Idle waiting for twentyFave. Simpson. Mr, *. Leash Carrie Na-

been appreciated U aliened by the the good of the town that the Launches which could be ',,tlon. and sundry other freak, are ;!

iI'. remarkable at rid.*. There are but firemen be let alone when workingat at ten lay at anchor waiting to be credited and believed Uateo. 1|

,\ tew in the' county not subscribers a fir*. I for twenty while the visitor who while you whet your appetite to Ibis: ;
I, and reader, and a search U Deces- would remain and go fluhlng many I( "An enterprising TOpeka man I I. The Ocklawaha Nurseries *

;, nary for the merchant and businessman !'THE GIVING OF- I times, goes back ask to far other too much renorts.: for the originator of 'Jag plugs.' hlcu

who 14 .X a patron of the Me Merchant 'are guaranteed se produce the extract TANGERINE FLORIDA
t CHRISTMAS PRISEHTSNow souvenir goods and keep too ,
tropolis' adv,rtlalag columns The their
I that the world has been looking
.. job department has been and la now. I that Christmas has past and many of them on the helve reasonable. while I for' with I neatness and dispatch Want Orange Grower to know that It I I. to their l latereet to bar trees

: flooded with order and the general 'countless thousands of dollar have those' who would buy at :'and without interfering la the least from their stock. Because they hav. THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA.

;;. force had to be increased to keep I!!bn- spent In foolish way and fool- price go away In disgust them and not keep togo with state prohibition or federal revenue GOOD RESULTS can only be obtat.*d from tree that have aa I......

; .. pce with iU forward march. In the j I! Use things for children certain p.' other away by telling robbedThe laws One plug' I* guaran- I j of GOOD ROOTS stems that Ire STOCKY cop WELL: DEVELOPED:
t" new year we Trill try and do a* wen and certain: find Urn to Miami to be teed to make four to six gallons of j and leave, and woodtaat I I. ENTIRBLT: FREE OF INJURIOUS INMCTLIFE.
". or better than we have la the put il to per condemn the practice of such **- delay thing else should our fair be rergediedwithout city will the amber liquid: which h.. all lb.r.llIl.tloa { :. ONE TREES have an th*** GOOD POINTS n their favor and wcorldally

!* and hope, ,ere another year ha article, made from bops lavlt your Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCBMNVTS are stewed
wanton extravagance, especially the men of
t' rolled around, to be a larger, better i rafter. We all want and In bottle and kegs."The to t'OM0 will place their orders sow fop fall delivery OUR NVW
rich this pat up
the Along
aa practiced by north to and join
paper than now. if .Mca la the come
: posible. time honored 'growler' will l lnow EARLY 8BEDLE98: ORANGE.: EARLY AS PARSON BROWN. PROLIFIC
i. line on* exchange says: this the greatest resort city
It will t making }
"Look Into of our wealth for themselves become obsolete and the featl""j
"t building
With Just these few statement of any Id the South by '
I hone at Carfstmaa time where there homer and remaining with.M. ;jtomai can of the Ancient and

,; are fact likely and condition to be, the and Metropolis tnoa that will I'II'are several children: and see the very season through. If they do I,orable Order of Hoboes,reduced: Hoa-I Addre s. The Ocklanahfr Nurseries 1

wish that the dawn tomorrow bring I' wicked extravagance la the bestowalof this they mnt be treated liberally condition of Inocuow desuetude I a

JJ a Happy New Year to all IU reader i toy*. It I I. a regular toy obanch. .> .ad'Juatl,. They must be made to Their place will be ailed by a che. O. W. CONN E R. Proprietor.Tatf .

*, friend and patron Th* children become aated feel that they are one with and of of 'Jag plug' or upon special occa-'' "nn., Fiends. ,

-- and loa their Interest before half u* aad that they will not be "held sloes a couple of plug can be soaked r
with la a wash t.b full of aqua pnraaad Or M. ( BURBANK Aft. Miami rT "411.
;? A GRACIOUS the presents ar distributed. la. up" limply because they are {.
sufficient quantity of the .
few day most of them are discarded only a portion of the year a foem-I Our CREOCTDC preparation for the destruction of tats leas a*.
; COKSIDEkATS ACT ; the boy ci.Menu himself wlta Let the spirit of fairness and }n- Ing beverage prepared to | other verml win do the work 'i.

) That was a very gracious and some simple thlrg like a wagon or lic prevail In all our dealing with demand :
eon- fellowmen whether' they be our Another feature of this truly modern I .
and the with something our
/ aid.rate act of the Florida Eaat a cart girl 1
tbs Invention that should not be ov
all-th-year- neighbor or only I
Coat Railway equally Ample and commonplace.Let
Company la giving I casual visitor or resident Honesty erlooked. U the ee with which the
this wicked corruptingof I
the several hundred laborer ua atop
engaged I* the best business policy, aside beverage may be strengthened to I ;
t in building the Wet the Innocents. :
lion of the road a holiday Key with eiten-full There I* much truth In the above from the fact that It la right (suit all tastes, for instance: If a i Fred'k. S. Morse
Miami people are not wore latr..tmeat quick Jag la desired extra plugs maybe
pay Christmas day.Viewed yet to preach against the practiceof
their of *ourlt than others give the concoction double
; }a light the deed giving presents and maklag I
\ wasi' and all her people are not extortioner or triple! strength or on the otherhand
nothing more than right and just. children happy on Christmas, I* useless I Real Es1a1e: :
but the Metropolis' has deem- It can be made weak enoughfor
but when It U considered that upward for It can never accomplish a
I ed these word of advice appHcaole use by Infanta. I
I' of reform. Every parent delight In
two thousand men receiving and timely and hopes that they maybe "Great la the fame of Kansas but Offleet *p stairs Cor. A.... C and 11 th Si.
y wage'Of not lea than U.n per making his children happy by giving In which
accepted In the spirit greater atlll will be the fame of the
. day. are affected one mast readily I presents on Chrlamaa time, and the !(they are offered and that much good enterprising Inventor who has thus :
J realize thit this one day alone coat more of the wordly goods he reiult.The Miami Dade Co., Florda.
may I put a Jan within the reach of all If
the company several thousand dollars I I the more will he give, even he keep out of jail long enough I Io

.' and lor which It gets nothing 'though It be foolhardy and corrupt- recent cold snap and the'

) but appreciation and gratification j I Ing This U on of the customs that ,coming of January 1 .is now driving The State press seem to have taken 1 AGENT OR LANDS OF 5 ,

;. But the. railroad company believe It la well to let rock along in the the Yankee southward by the thous for granted the statement of flon Florida East Coast Co

I In being generous and considerate of ||same old way ands. Miami will soon have her J. W Watson that he will: not be a Railway

"j; its employee All of theme men j I nn. candidate for speaker of the Houseof | Florida Coast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co.

t had been had with worked the bard road and several faith-1;I SOCALLEDi -- ---- Representatives, as his name In Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
i, month The home of a man In Georgia wa connection with the ogee has been 1
fully for the Interest of their employer i i!RACE RIOTSI burned recently and with It fivethousand |(dropped entirely )lr. Watson I I.

t.: *, and It was deemed nothing dollar In stored I
I I Commenting on the cause of race money i j jIn evidently sincere In his declaration '
i but right.that they should celebrate a trunk. This was another caseof :
trouble. Being the responsibilities, ,not to want the office, but the legislatsre -
t VhrUtma without being financial the fool and his money soon la not yet in session and there {
etc .the Nashville American gets very
i: looser. parted. I I I. no telling what happen )
near to the mark when It says: may i
"- This ante day cot the railroad company "Moat of the co-called race riot o It Is. One thing H certain: Mr.I Bottling Works
, several thousand dollar, but The cold hit Ilttlo I{
: a* a rap: we Watson would make a fine speaker .
In the South are attributable to meanwhiskey ..
< la the end It win be the gainer. Ma couldn't 4uck It, but Ain't "lot anyone He la not like the hrDow who has
and both black '
" like to know their service and efforts mean mea tarn fool and relieve *e have not been tried WALL A McGOWAN. Props "
and white. Peaceably disposed at-
are appreciated and those of been knocked out for It h not ro. I

'k. the F E. C Railway extension whoa trouble.gross and Bat white when rarely there hiv I.:1.any.... though we must admit we are not The Live Oak Democrat arises and Ifta Street Near R. R.. Miami Fla- r

Indulged a holiday at the expense of exag.eralei.l! quite ready for another but with! at the top rung of its editorial column -
the often
new, grimly
4.:: the company, will more than makeup Jack Frot. I proclaim that the coming year Maaafaetorer of
effort file to the four corner of thr f.rthwith ;
the time lost In a U be
}: going to a record-breaker for
the result that the 11'1" imagine
and more faithful work Twelve thousand pounds of tea Live Oak and that the good town li t
t this section U Inhno't-rl by All Kinds of
o "grown on a commercial icale" are going to do some progressive stunt
Commenting on the result of therecent savage. he result of an experiment by the that will make even its rival a*

f; cold snap and advocatingfrost I. 'The** outbreak, government near Charleston H.: C. mire It. Any rival that la worthy Soft Drinks

," proof crop thf Tampa TimesAT 'y Injure the South; but, after alt.lh '' Next thing the American tea grower !I the name and consideration already

suggest and Insist that every farmer -{dominant race In the South It responsible. will be demanding tariff protec i admire Uv* Oak for its enterprise
AT la Florida take note teat hog, The control of the lawmaking tion. j land progress and Miami li one of httalt AY.11w M AJI Optima Osi' 'Tlwra Ohif.e irsllaNatl

t rattle and sheep have not been frostbitten .bodies I* In its hand. ad If '
R j those that jest glories In the get up
or otherwise In the least it made wise law and then rigorously of i land
t Rome sort a professor has discovered gt spirit and determination of
harmed tIt the cold It follows enforced them, there would that man la made largely the people that are forcing that city

clearly the sooner we generallyd4 tacos be a cessation of :hce trouble nf soap His body la !full of globule t* the front hy leap and bound.

live, clock to our list of moneymaking If law were enacted and entrined: called "mysJina" which are Mar It do all and more than the Has. Stood The Test 25 YeGrove's

.,'; crops the better To stand lagalnst vagrancy and low saloons believed to be a prirrttlve form or Democrat assures u* it will do daring

f i hew occasional shocks oj loss with ,here would be a ching IP conditions pare soap. It It tae only ?ire type I the next year.

. courage and patience I* a good at no distant day. I|nf soap In existence, and jcientitt I

1; thing and to repair them la better I "The low aalooo tad the freedom air that It may be that man was Ma TO 'froatfroop' line to our with which mean whiskey ran be *eared '- {
. ag- I originally constructed on a relfjrleanatng Mining from the auxiliary Mbonneryeht : -
rtrslinr la the supreme wisdom '" by both blacks and whites ar* principle. If so, no ill. o. I <<: Jupiter. Capt Enoch Roaa.Merara .

taught hy the cold Beef pork responsible for many>? these *xsited | Frank Cvshny and A. DMasviKer Chill Tonic

'" wool and mutton are frostproof.and race riot, wh-n. at r uiM'er dis-covery of England, last Sattrdav Tasteless

at the same time fully a* profitable of fact the 4netl of e eUl aatln ; hy jM.aa of the p.H.ri.- .ee.rte4ed hi ftt'pt1lf'Mc; 14 bsrracoot -

.: a* fruit and vegetable culture ,.thv doe riot enter Into the mat. |r-u. e. Af'er ril. mass* 7 aroaoer. 1 beeHrki, 1 king

without>thMr risk at ah. reputation may bn but a Dunce lab and one nAittoa .*.. I No-Carv-No-Pa 50 cents.r .
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/ MANY IMPORTANT T QUESTIONS I' Their Ftradalbe..tdot.tedFrom Last__Meeting Monday- ,:

i Dally Metropolis. Jan 1


'laud of I I being held at the court boa_ today I

with member Win ld. Sesell. I

Tweedell and DuBol prf'leQt. Owing

Among The Moot Absorbing Being That Proposing An Increase to a recent Injury to the hand t
of Chairman \\ Sewellwas =
In Salaries Of Senators Aud Representa- made chairman of the meeting ,/
After disposing of the preliminarywork "
's-Successor To Senator Platt Now of reading and approving the
minutes. of 'the last previous meet-

Minds Of Politicians. I tng. etc, the board took up and approved

Agitating, the bond of Charles 8. WIt- Blankets andComforts J

I I Uaas notary public: rfiate at large

with J. C. Meredith ant W : I II I IKrome I

I as suretle '
Washington. Jan 1-A good many U It to attempt on the part of the I I The report of Adam Corell! .rela 'I

Important question away I he reconvening House to Increase their ova ularI. the to certain work done In the ':

of Congress. bat nqne of themIs .. by Indirection while they lacked 'court house yard, was received and

of tath absorbing Interest to tae tbe
national lawmakers at the proposed There it no special" objection Ithreel and the work ordered paid I

Increase rn salaries of Senators and to giving the clerks an extra j for. I I :

Representatives It I II believedkopefally $10 a 'ear. bat Senator are County Treasurer C. H Raolencn
believed In the House that termined It shall not go Into (I Sled hit report of the
(Hal. Senate will\ restore tie extra pocketr of thrifty balances: la hand to the credit of the ,.

12,5// year wklck the House cat The selection of various eat of the legislative, executive Bad Senator Thomas C'Melitall'.j I : 1
General Fond . . ar. it
Judicial appropriation bill. the minds of I
Fine and Forfeiture ..13i
Th matter Is of more moment ofcourse That Senator Platt
to House members than to ly resignation has been repeatedlyreported Road Fund . a goods, consisting of
'Senators. because as a rein Senatorsare and u often denied bat
Interest and .iDkII 2.I4 73Spec.
men of Independent means whilea low It M declared: with nosltlven'sa I School So. I 1,515 21 :;.
great majority of R>presejime* and a large shoeing of authority
Special school Ch. UU 627.t1Game
have little aside from bear salaries.After that hit tetignatlon will be tendered W.rel.1I fund . _till "'
years of eioak-roll a gift!(.. Governor Hughes early In the new I i

It was believed the Howie" this year year I Total . . I'.U2. I{ Overcoatsheavy cheviot
had go:'?n hs The tax collector Bled kU report j,
point of voting Its niemteis the Je- belief that President Roosevelt will I
aired Increase, but lot t1e last moment dictate the selection of a successorto for the period ending December 31skewing ,

It ws found ImptwriVf to rally Senator Platt though ke may I"t' the amount of tlSt 93 collected ,;

a majority to the standard Aa I have to nghl It oat with opposing '
I The bond of George 0. Carrie asjconaty :I I suits ladies
attempt wat mad to gM s Democratic elements Tk* President' flrtt I I jackets
caucus action favjf-S i 10 Jh. choice. It It understood mould beSecretary < treasurer la the turn of: capes, ;.t
with the following sureties
Increase, and when the' plan fell of Slate Ellku Root but 7I.W. ;
through a large number of Republicans Mr. Root positively refuted to be a !I and the amount of sack. was approved \(,

who were rnppxed to b* M l- wearer. of a toga. Other meaprominently I and accepted: E. M Br.\a-

idly for the proJ< Romfh. W. II. SplUer, John 6eybold. -
covered that |l.**4 a year wta ado Woodruff Bad J. Bloat FssssU.
8r Cdwla Nel
It Is not believed however, that to Great Brltlaa. Mao Baa aconsiderable son. J. D. Gtrtmaa L. Granger B. I

... bat It It declared F. Usseter. H. T. Whaler B. B. I "
say ef these .ewrt. a* theyare following '
called by their bolder cofraga. kit candidacy lacks tk* r- i Tatsm. E B. Romffc and P. A.
Waddell |S..e. each: H. MrCowa. underwear :
< of Roosevelt i
would raise aay sertos. on *ettoa ,altlt approval Mr )
E. B. Douglas and Julius Smith
should the Senate resuve the Items Slate Mr. Ckoate returned from'
..* &DelTV.. E
n. each March
**. Certainly. It U aot believed tk. Court of 81 James k* has been .
many of them would go to the pointof prmlaeatly Identified la a legal
Tile bond of George O. Butler
refusing to accept 'lie utra way with Standard Oil and other
county tax assessor In the turn of A..
I2.1**. large corporate lateresta, end the 1,
one thousand ,dollars, with George ;
It Is understood Senators tenci airy Pre tden; It anions for a' Senator I
W Potter Bad Dwight A. Allen aa I
favor a IT IM salary; for member from kit aatlT state who will be ,
.sureties. war approved and
accepted I
of Congress, blot hoe atrnagyopposed free from eves a suspicion of sympathy I 1sidnrCohen
The bond of J.C. Beck as notary
to aa indirect Inreaii .'Idl' with the trntttPayers .
public slat at large with & B.
the House voted Itself la the Mil I
Leatbermaa and E. C. Beck. at sureties i
as It passed the HOUM the a 'owance Filed ; a
sat approved and accepted
for clerk hire for IteoreseatoUses hundred and
Two thirty-two papers -
After disposing of a few other
was Increased: from .:08 t* I were Bled In the o ee of theclerk
I mfaor matter the board ordered a
11.'"* a year and Instead of providing of the recces until I o'clock this afternoonwhen 303 Twelfth Street.
that the money tkoull b* month of November of this Bomber Miami Florida i
they proceeded to wind Utile
paid actually to clerks It war given lit were deeds of conveyance, 41 ,
business of their administration
omtXght. M SB allowance to memKir were mortgages aad the balance satisfactions -

It Is to this proposition that of mortgage, agreements SlANT RKtLTi lXIhH.tlE

Senators object They declare that affidavit etc I BEETt.tUE

Governor-General And Officials I I From Dally Metropolis, Jan. 1. !,UTOMORILK- : PLlGKIt -- -- ,6

I Messrs. J. H. Tat urn A Co.. report II INTO THE: DITCH

Flan To Aid Motor Boat Races .made. several daring good the last real few estate days deals and I I From Dally Metropolis Dec 2* J. H. Tatum { Co. I

-- .. {at start follow out the: hew year by reporting a A considerably badly wrecked bruised automobile and Injured and ;

i Two lots In Riverside for
Sir Sir O D. Malcolm, clef ja.tkeof
Word has been received from < driver with a thoroughly frightened
Ullllam Grty-Wllson, governor of I I the Bahamas, spoke la favor of I(on which It I I. the Intention of the commercial man Is the result of t
to build home
the Bahamas.tkat arrangements base tile regatta tad Commaader F. J. 'owner a an accident on the rock road about 'i

been completed at Nassau for the inceptive I I Lbb. of the Royal Navy, war made To )lr. C. 'A Gntchen. three lots olla mile and a half this side of Ft. REAL ESTATE
In their "Home Subdivision "
of the International MotorBoat chairman of the regatta committee ; new Lauderdale) yesterday afternoon

Race. know at the Hag to I I'of which committee the HOB C. A. i I north of the city The machine. driven by s young

nag' Miami Florida to Nassau Fraser RS Sawyer R. H. Curry j I Two IoU In the same subdivisionto man named Charles. Mclntrye. andender i,117, nth street.chi the Ground Floor none IIS

N P Frank Holmes, E. P. Solomon Mrs Wm. Man, of Ocean GroveN charter to Messrs J" B. Rursell I I !
I : J. and two lots .
to Mrs Elenore
A meeting was held bn December I aDd A. P. Crawford are the other representing the Foley Honey
tlltb at tile Government House at I members A large subscription to Alba I of Daytona These lots are all and Tar Co. of Chicago and )lr. Jao I

Nassau. over which Sir William Gray the regatta fund wit made, same !sold st flSO to $200 each and aregoing McRae. salesman for Coilngton A: (Z7W.UU will lcure *. elegant' bay front build-

t Wilson presided to arrange some of 1 being!: headed by Ills Excellency, the I like hot cakes because of the I Co.. of Jacksonville left Miami at I tag, ,lot 100,70 (t with riparian ntht. '1

tbe letalls for the reception of the Governor and the Chief Ja.tJt"e. I!remarkably low prices 1 clock yesterday. .morning for' For
I Tbls flrm has also fold one of e handsomest DOOMS
ten acres Fort Lauderdale. All went well $2800 09 .n
until -
big race and the motor boll and It It proponed to start the big race the north ide.
sailing regatta which will be givenat ,,from this port February S. on the with house sad Improvements just several! miles had been
Nasssu on the llth sal )2tk) of completion of the Palm Beach Motor j('Porter north ,of father the city of Rev to Mr H O Levi Porter O. when it la said the machine began S I SOO 00 rr choice building lotoa ave C between .:
to steer badly At Dsnla Mr. Mc .
FebruaryTke Boat tournament and It Is expected 10th and 11th St. Same for
This place will be price
Improvedand Rae left the chile )lr. Russell ,
the grove and plneapp'e: field continued on to Fort Lauderdale. a.eaaCC'C
reported that tkef had received of the high powered boat at Palm

a cablegram from New York that Beach will be available for the later- enlarged About a mil and a half this aid ( O 00 ash aDd S00'00 year for three 7 ea.I i

the raited State Navy Departmenthad national race Another sale just consummated U of the destination, and when running for splendid 5 roompionB* food location!
agreed to furnish war vessel I a tea acre tract oa the road west of about twenty miles aa hour a deep .
Buena Vista for W. W. Hall and Ill In the road was encountered CASH lid balance IB 1. 2 and 3 }
for the purpose of escort to the raN The P. A O. ticket agent' once $1 00 years
and that tile Navy Department weald It being moved from th* middle still another on* U tea acre la the The ear suddenly swerved to toe JVa for a residence aDd food lot on ae, D '

of front to the south of the same neighborhood to W. C. Stub- side, but was brought back into the
make a critical study of the work end terminal A '
tile motor boati In the 151 mile raw (I.I dock where It will be located lath blefteld road by the driver when It took a $3650.00 modern.pleudid two-storr house with all }
from Miami to Nassau* future They have also jest sold the fine dart to the other and plunged Into convenience, located on *th St t

lot ------- -- --- --- ----- -" *
-----7"--- 00 or *' elegant house ia choicest 01
liOOO part
street to JV. ertcksoB. a lot OBSlztk Mr. Russell who was riding oa "
Second Fire: At Ransom School street near Avenue C to a the back seat, bad saOcleat time to city, corner lot only 1000 cash required \

party whose .name r* withheld an* collect his thought sad aa th* machine lls'OftAFr' ** avenue C residence two-story

r they have ....rallarC. deals pending went into the ditch k* took b

Causes Belief Of Incendiarism la Riverside properties. flying leap and landed about twealy :

I This Ana I* doing what they claim feet away "right side up with $500 00 For a choice building; :Jot located Os20th

It the largest barf neat they have earf'" The driver was less fortunate street ,!

lever j enjoyed daring a holiday! season tad although be jumped, sustained
Prom Dell) Metropolis Dec. SI attractively built. It... sauced I FiDe !te..ea.tb strict 'lot for a quick I'
which Is usually a dull one sad quit a sprain to his left $1600 00 i
for U..... is:
For the second time wltka! tk* taker
from tk* inquiries they have they knee and several alight bruises
ten days a disastrous Ire occurred Mr. Ransom proprietor of tk* I
look for
a great record breaking After ascertaining that the driver -
st the Paul C. Ransom school school an Institution for boy, which month during January was not seriously Injured Mr J750 00 Elegant!: home, well famished imme.' :I':'

"Pin* (sot Camp" Cocoanut Grove, U to be opened on Hit Monday, Russell hoofed" It to Fort l-aud- 1, diate possession. See this quick
lest sight this time resulting In the i* rick at John Hopkins Hospital
|MIDNiGHT WHISTLES erdaie aDd wired Isformitlou of the i I II
destruction of the Urge barn cremation Baltimore, and while It Is not known I ANSOikD Pl:BUu accident to Miami A relief car Was I Some exceptionally; cheap avenue D properties ,
of a valuable hone and barn lust what his peas are It I* very sent from here at once and the Injured I suitable for basinets lots '

leg 0: an expensive carriage together probable the burned balding will I From Dully Metropolis Jan I. man brought to the city\ for i
with a quantity of arming Implements be restored at once I 1 Investigate our new "Home Addition where lots
trestmeat H will be and .bout.
If there U la Miaul ho up
a s
person *
tan be had *! *>
and other articles.The The authorities will look farther at each on small monthly payment :
did not know when the old year In a day or two.
of the Is unknown late the burning of these structures
origin Bre oat and the In at The car was found overturnedagainst "KIVERSIDE i.
passed new came still the best place in MiM mi
sad endeavor to apprehend the I'
but there It strong suspicion of itcetedlahism. party 12 o'clock last night, k* or *hj Is a stump and On the1 night of Dec21st. or parties tpplylag tie torches, sp uv ;
wrecked It.u towed back to
deaf or a Bt subject for exhibition now before prices are again advanced
the large school building of providlag they become< thoroughlysatlsSed IBS a record .If'to per. Miami and It now in tile hands of

this Isstltstloa on tile bay front was they originated la this man I Never before la the history of the the repairers.Heesrbset '

consumed by flames there being no ,I sec, which I I. BOW strongly .utpecl.Iteecb ,town has a similar event been marked ---- Exclusive Prices

apparent cause for the' coaflsgrstion. '' with sack a general noise and dt..- Beckey ..) (OnsnmMe

This, fat owed so closely by tie destruction ; ef Miss MrltnsMkM 1 1 urbane*. The noise was started The Urge and commodious hoase- We have the exclusive for
agency !several of the I
of tile bars oa tile
same j'I The remains of Miss Ella MeDoa- 'by the blowing of B whittle just at boat f Backer, owned by Cap Root finest orange and grapefruit :roves in tbe
night suspicion -
premise county
,ld, who died at the km of bar 'the hour of "12 This war followed and which has been hauled out at his Lei as tell you about themRiparian
this Sheriff Fro-
moralsg ,
sister on Tklrd street Saturday |ky the blowing of every other wkls iklpjsrd rv the south side of the
bock visited the wend sad thematter
gave i'llrbt. have been embalmed and will tie and the rlaglsg of every bell IB river has been launched and is now

careful Investigation bat beyond I :* held awattlag the departure of +the city, to say nothing of the discharging open for charter

arriving at the conclusion that a steamer for' *asaB, the horn ot I of ire arm.. Bre works Rights .

t the are* were of IneradUry origin I I deceased wLen! It will b* sent then (and eves dynamite. It".. fully a Will Mart a I.Mw4ry

1 no clue as to the guilty, party or parties for laterrneat. Miss McDonald was half boor afterwards before ill the J. H. Bacon A: Co.. have ,leased We can !sell .ou some choice: river and bay front 'e

was obtained. 24 year. of age a native of Nassau din and noise baA satwddM.Maay the building formerly occupied by properties at low price, and on easy term. Value ..

Last nlghti Ire wa discoveredabout bat had resided. her several nervous person and others the Miami Sponge Mattress Co. on onRipan n Right will, g. wa be a. low a. now t

,. J'It o'clock thin morning bat months Her father I* connected IU .uttered considerably as a result. ISth street and will shortly open InquTe what we he j
too late to extlngnlth or even rescue wjth the custom house at NaaaanFitension .
and there
I today are many expression op a first-class tteam laundry. the
the horse from the burning structure of
The horse was the property pile driver 4n a m some of the whistle were A few dart ago )lr. Bacon was quite ] large corp ..f salesmen &Do1t, is cur pleasure tr ,
of Mr W C. Deerlag. and, the been towed down to the channel .
blown and how You .al'at
,Ire arms discharged painfully burned while working wl4, 'i "ur offices at
carriage that of Mr. Jantot Bowa, I Cape FTorlds. where It will be ned while there it a general voicing of a steam pipe but refused medlral" !
bolt being there only temporarilyTk la driving piling to beacon and
< mark
..upressloa sod nope that suck will
treatment until I today when! ne was "
stable was one story In height I I nut the channel to and from the not occur again That of last night forced to call a phtlclan the buroi ''T H Tilflim & COD the V'oIDId 100f :

12 by S* feet la site had strong and was excessive and unca'fcd (or. i falling to heal.1T ; IJth Str -e1. l



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: for the above period of ,..., but i 1 -

THE PEOPLE OF PLAIN CLOTHES niunt the not weather be construed condition a.. a forecastof for :the Pass-Word ForKnights I.r THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME *.

present month I
01! Pythias
T""IIH'rat'\ or normlll l

AND HOtfTHEY WEAR THEMMetropolis' .st teniieratiire|njonth wa ii".>' of 1'0:The wl warm, .1 ann.iAfct I Are Never Without Pe-ru-na in the Home J

of TJ 1 \.-. '. .h. coltlt I I
I" t r lorn \Huh 1"'IOIH.It.' | Ian I .'
intmh was that of 1 I.93. wi'h anittriKt for Catarrhal Diseases.
I I' .1 V -1', t 1.1..\ niKtktd, II new t ra 'nPlh.IOI1II
of fit d.-cre.-s The high .
- throughout the tnilnwurll :
,. ,,'ral ; h.. ,'S lt thixtj
Leaves Off Fashionable HI 'fiii| u ro"n
New 'Yo k Correspondent whiitwr a 1"ulg:. or I
iud the lowest ttnperitur; '
nit tnli.'rs of that /great .r.Io-r. and 1 II
was 24 on tb. 'hfTi I'''''. Th" .r ?fart n d
Clothes And Wear And Discusses That Within The Ih,'y .ii tr -H .uterc d to its four 101ith ,
,.arll i.t date on whkh I'M fir- killing -
front storied in autumn
Have Less Of The Worldly"Goods" : \\ the1.Itglnr'ng! of the A\
Means Of T hose Who \ l..>r H ''cu"t' I
the olitlon of the st ml-in
Pmlnltatlnnver.p,. for the
nual pash 'tod of the order throughemlMrs /
Some Inexpensive Costumes. nionth 3 62 inches at. axe number .. ih the n. have heretoforeXalnel
of days on which 111 Inch o,
: ii.tnil8lt, to their lodge*
-- occurred 1 111 The
mote Title a'n'I-Htmiial .pass word halO Ix...n

\. w 1 tit k den \\ .. do I ha. k and front I I. stitched to a shortdm'anc amount of ptwipit.ulou i| Inan a onl which' sea ..baDJI'd at meeglnring
ln .. from t tbc. lower edge: allowing \ > month was 9 xmi h"-s In l iltI.! of each .eml-annual perIntl. \\ ,,, y'
ant op{ I'M h. if and and the least imoiint of month: a
predpltatlon .
fall '
the remaining fulneiut to aud everv member was compelle
little ..olnll affair will I was U 1C: uuhcs In 1 1x9*
f r"h' plain \ th.
tree this Idea accentuates to hen.It before he could gain: ;
,u not tell!l its about the 'ermm .1..tloJ'rn. 8" of I the waist The alervesare Th. greatest ..nlOnnt of |lore< ipitatioti: admission Into the lodge room aui '
r.r.or I It-vt tloihek .n' h a request' cam el'her plaited or gathered at the wherelth the meeting of the I
ImheVon llth and l.'th HSUKelttlte
writunon top the lower part being finlsned the first lodges held from flow on will' \
i I" me last ...-..1. .ifier I 'had hiinndl 1 a -
with plain cuff which can be omitted t tfirage: commence the dit emlnaton} ot a newperaninent F11
cloak and N .w 64 T 79C S D
OH'ra gown outline I m. ; av'rage I pm. t
if fang pointed pre paia word lor the order
'the reason tha1 1 Ml ou of the-... fefted \ colMrlet effect I Is frequent't : :Olid. and eather \ttragenumber and the rule. under whli,h the mem FOJS. ;

Hue affair clftihtIn? that th. .
results\ of' th<. Pest though and has a simple finish of braid or pataemerterle ', nionth. !12 partly I cloudy da) .. 13 Into the lodge' room the same worn

design. of the FuroiN-anr{ aDd AmerI. which .permits the wearingof cloudy daj *. 6. being used everywhere and by all ,

an maker. !.alld \knowing. Uu a flnlM ti.n-t.-plwce| of ihlpfon ma- Wind Tbe..pievaillng; winds hatelieen .pe.>plt wherever they attend a P\'Ih-

line In (color irtxle) and notion wei ''tne or f> fur cra\at If the collarI from tht northwest with anaverfge Ian lodge meeting .
.in often tale a cheaper gr l'of I i .lined It mat lw faced with velvet hourly velocity of 10 This abolition of the eml-anniml

nottd and ..lib.a few moJIfloatluiinn Thc, skirt Is a simple design highest telocltt of the win I was and the evtabluhment of the' pennam alri

such a ptetu dr.,,* leer simple; hut most serviceable in Its Urn of 36 miles from the southeast on the I't' paw word was accomplished at ? Ma-dalena a ,

.hairs detail and for its simplicity Made 10th, 1895. the l tact evlon of the supreme lodgt. 'Wcrtcter( r 7"

with nln" gorei whlih are concealedwith I held In .\ew Orleans In October to I -
t For hit litter I will take (Tw> 'plain plait, ditched to knee depth It IH.dnwTnt: CF'tit'IwH: take effect on the first day of the t MR 8 D. FOSI\, IIG S K alb find that In my ea.e P rona U a r

: < lathes" foi Our subject plan led on is one of the Owe t comfortable models \f.nt.I.: : tear. I I&OT This new permanent Minaeapoli. M can.. writes I I h ballder. I am now at work every '

.. tre lktet.t and most correct adv.-..* of I the season aid permits of perfect pa'. word will| never C' I wish to congratulate you on day.and have gaiae4 '
. from the dressmakers and milliner freedom!' In walking and giving: I From Daily :\1..IrOJlollIP.\ 29 ,less fir certain causes and new I anedlcin, Pcrnna. 1 have bern a I CAMtO tra puund I bosh

: bo tboronfhh understand t b.m..rk'.11 .. 'the aklr. a width of about five anda ev-er I rules. h.n.ot'toD established for the frrwlth catarrh of the .tomacb 10 IBS n year Parana accord-

't \ women and heir mania To half lards at the lower edge An ue of the word with all of which over two year bat since 1 have VVUCrlT Ing todcrectwnaaad

be correct I here should I* one dre..sMUltable ''Inverted box.plait I* arranged at the time and by any one Individual fth-. the members of the order court now 1 minced to take tberwoJt wa more ;f'1

w for tl>e street one for houwmcaslon back t sail of this order would be lag fleet. srrlted this morning; consigned becon acquainted: In order that A GOOD remedy 1 have 1 expected. .

*. such a. little parties I.'u. particularly attractive In mOM greeu to George T. Brown at Co.. rher may gain admission to the I WORD TOR stead II y I I eaa Bow breathe with ..*.. tad \ t

hurrh reception etc a preity, corers cloth 'rimmed with enameled and Ii now being prepared for shipment lodge I P-RU NA. until BOW I can my cough U slopped I had It fur ;.

;, house drenw shirt waist suit a buttons and collar and cuff of to the northern market Since tbe establishment of the say I feel no months btfore I look down vita la*

k.niona and ta gown Perhaps our brown csracul Aa an accompaniment i Tb. e.tC'bII\ total about xi.000 manent pass word by law there pC'r'j! any old trouble, and aa a ...& .

Ctrl mar not hive to bu) all of these to this suit to worn a hat of I nouada and was brought In by the b"'n great: curiosity on the part of course, i wUl always hare a good look no other BMdlrlne but "reran

just now a* ahe mar. have an olddrew velvet to match ornamented with smacks Roy Wallace Roamer and the members to know what the word for Pemaa. It accomplished all. You told me ,

"I or two which mar again be brown fur and wine. Tailor, the Roy.'c' ''' and Taylor will t: ? The word has been chosen "I recommend It to all first letter that Prrvaa wkt

4 utilized to good!: advantage or be having 0,000 pound each and bth eupreme chancellor and my me and b...

made o,er bv. th- aid of some of tht For. house dress silk and wool I'be Roamer 2S.000 The' largest b\ him disseminated to- the proper Mr Magdalena Winkler, am ...,..' .Urey* rqKraad' eaa

descriptions \ ahail here give her ; henrletta >o.a warm shade of light prerlou I catch brought: m by anylone officer and through: them to the deputy Westminster, Md.. writes."I : to my work tad *"uaa| ae

j I brown was used and decorated with fleet was 62.000 pound by the grand chanctlor. and with !yesterday th.DllyoQ very uiach for your .w

\ We will suppose that our girl!; bands of lace dyed a deeper ahade Florida Flrh Produce ("0. 6twaso. I these officer began the distribution Tic*. 1 can safely say heat Prraoa. [ *. ThepBe MIII_* eae. Brlfhant

mewl, be dressed well even though The eight piece foundation of rose .' % 1.1 I, of the pass word to knlgrit.1 Manalin bav4 saved my life. 'tala. write:

'.> base to eronrjmlte Her ,4tm atherbloom may be nbstl- Tk. smacks Hearteaa Sad ,, Th' first PMhlar meeting; of "\\'b" I wfoU to you the Ural
wish to thank for all tI..
). firt thought must be 4>ven t o her II tu'd w i h good .effect I given. the i Davis. of the Atlantic t Oaf Coasts lo....| odge will be' held Friday askligyovr advice mr ena.titlos baa done me.yoa I am goat free.

.' reet cxptumr for of ill h-r goats netei>Kart |I">d|> and the length la that Flab ('0.. arrived' In port this after- wtun Ray niscntne Lodge: will convene .o poor thai 1 did aotesp.ettolivetbroagh entirely
none need .I more correct tin and known an <,".,'.,lenirth tL, tralt\ nook with catches of 40.uIIII and' In regular ......Inll. and after fBAISEres th.cougli which acid lo bulher mo

finish and ft i M>'*ibl to not stint b. Ii" a |copular| I. It t.r'for dressy i 4uO pound each, of Spanls.i the Installation of officer for he ensuing the winter bat now I every wtater
ti>re hot take It to a repuubi 0 hoi. 010" tn Thc. re
or woman tailor srfl do Tour ....00- 10* '"i owiitloii* shoes various delo 'dat'a catch so far brought to port lui.uttu will i I be given out and all mem- I cannot praise healthy Pf RV- and I feel I

milling!: with the Cither 'gown iftrlllii '-i.. |'menu It I t. gathered: aroundhe .' pounds. I Ii be,.- ..f the lodge a* well H' visiting; medicine your and I .- and"I and better CAfS
and ruffle. bijt. when It conies .'. the FlorIda member will be the word rnvagb ,.?. For all there ft-M) M
top to fit into a o.'ndo"e and i Beside, the above eal. give other*." I .
to an Imitation{ tailor rut" a worn I band of the width finish and Fi..h and Produce ('o nt-s rived It |I. luvtd that at the meeting; I ,. the credit to CREDIT,
y '. heart fall her 'and not one "fu otrr-olouse of mackerel "'rldanlehl there be I T T. Markland. a well-known excellent medic
nn I'arm hole. a teen It l In I a tcttal of 32.000 pounds will 1 a largeattendance
c want to treat It. w. would rath.r ,style' Gather' adjunct the fulne. thIN morning on the amai ks Gary of member and vUlllniknghi .-.. man of Cincinnati.. .<>.. write I ...Pernna.,. I am pleased.. iu r_

.. make a.n mid hit: correct one do lat the wai.U The full length sieere I land Claire In order that the may .e- 'ft .....yhed1.

another winterWhile hire lone rnffs of lace and a band t Huented also received nut the nc''' permanent p....* word

abote the elbow while the shorter I la .I I lar/ce catch this mornlnn It comIng and thus ailUft" their cnrloit) I I just gone to the ground .la

t m..y new goods are on theuunters ,!I... tee are finished with a narrow : : In on the' smack \Ve Sri' Here, "eni.w. instance In the nual have A FIS1G G SLOOPWRECKED I I ...manner or other He lout control
lend .. aroused much interest In '_ smack sad It wa thrown ap
Hullable for street gown. hand The collar ia In plain or totaling 25.000) poi 4 < 1' and I. nofntcd outlineand when an opennet of th- ..harpk.m8f'ka of Wills tilKKlii : orders as this change In the form of ]I II= jagged rock barrier An hour
all In good St' quite correi
moderate k is d*- ired the llp I Is 1 'et for the wbm.n of mean I I l to pl.<... sod betnai.. lot,,il
who can afford but ore In a aeawinnch hat It ma) ,Im clipped out. The ; I .1)10) poundsB.nMes less t tht me for discussion In the .
broadcoth klrt which me*urrf about five and : these cxtches a total) of members nlnrt the passage of the i: .k
rlotb0! a tana I ,
,emett. wool mixture In a o"..-hilf' yards around the bottom Is oelwe-j 4.4111t( and i UOo pound of new 1 1.1. at the last mprenie session ;' nll. eecaped l.v lire hIDe .>nt,
H or
"\ dot ma h or medium shade of a stand'.rd .,itt: Id '0 the valet In. pretty up- ompaoc .. "r" hroii ;ht in l It) .heta and the m'ml..n are 'agerlvnwaltlng I' Fram Dalit :M"tropoll*. Jan 2 jt-ttv and then talking: .mhor., .
back and .. the dissemination" of tbe' : ton rock belog above the waterMow
o"Ir" art In bettor taste and neither Sud'1 ; iu\-d effect at the ious.mac k The first wreck. to ocur on i .
she nor hef friend will tire of it i he oinlng Ii conceited br a soft silk I The' total ".11c h< now In port word. jell. ) reeled about two years -- -

'n qutrkl Chiffon parB" cloth: girdle For a mo-e elaborate co.- I I. :1 ; .11\10 pounds of Spanish -- --- the north of the new ship (' I I to ('ore ('hillcialss l

l would bt. mart dettloi>ed t,) a ur. ':tume one could uv! some of the pret- m.u-kor> I, miTlclent( to Imd about I The Illglil: Nan from Blec'alne lta> to the tea tlir. i .

: plaited skirt In which the <. one In Dresden silk and Clunt race withan :-five solidcars which at.u ""lb- Mr .\ugiidt Sht rpe th- pop'ilrr f*- ,) opposite the city took place enjo) ireedom from chillilaln* .

smooth she ln; over the hips are the nndtrrblouAe of ticked\: chlffoo. 'l.,ed'a new record for one day'I .prefer of I the. |>oor. at Fort .. terday morning wnto one of '* John Kemp Feast OIl.I\"d.

} I"time tlal to its good ..1 lia Another dainty gown C'ouldco constructed shipping! All of the fish were taken ass,' l Or King New Life Pill large!!; *loo p smacks. owned bv "I apply But k I..n' Vrnli i Salve

The model constructed from dark from some of the lighter in 'the vicinity of tong Key ire rtllh'!) named they act more south Florida Fish ('o and have also 'l,,'d It for tar rheum

.' blue rhiffoi broad. loll for the skirt chide of foulard with trimmings of A later report says that several nsr...ehlv. do more gooj and make i b) a negro named Alex:' Evan. : excellent results Guaranteed 9

and velvet 'or the )jacks;. lace and panne velvet other large catches are now tn the Imo feel- better I than IDT other lax (, dashed upon and noon beaten fever cores. indolent" ulcers, r

.. i w'ii) to port and should arrive late Hire Guaranteed to cure tiTTIo'ia. piece by the heavy sea burn, wound. frost bite and

A charming little gown for house this afternoon and tonight In which news and conitlpation' :S cents at : Evans was one of a large!!; .disease. 25 tent at all\ 4U(
.A double box-plait of the invertedvarlet or evening wear was made from bluevoile event the rf'cord.\I\ receive a ill drug store of men engaged In klngflshlna!:
(the front and the bats
at fufiher chattering
; over a green lining. The skirt
stitched the edge nearly hair I II
l Ie On
: was fitted to the figure by many thcks s
i he length from the top and belo falling free boat the feet with much I -NKW iwtl'KI\" m 1.-4: : I .
.OJ th v are p"*" i,.-d to the foot Each i i
1 fulness. The bodice Is mounted ona I t
cite'-ion !: lining and bar a pointed yoke of ( Heretofore all boat occupying

fine lace. of icvrtlon. and ruffle to bertha at the Royal Pa'm dock have
d..;ptb which la laid -In three' pUtt I which the tacked bodir- Is attached paid ao much rental per week Irrespective

bided by !ca narrow potted strap The' popul three-qoar: length I of site. but this year things Goods j

,.. "I'h tint buttons An Important ,*lee..e*. ire finished" With bands orIn..rllon art (o be different and owners and Empire Dry Store'All
Hisldemtlrm in walking skirt I I.
i a a-d narrow ruff n. The matter will pay according!: 10 heamount .
tb>' length. this one being In
t procer 'ashlpnabl vide girdle laid In up- I of space occupied b) theircraft
< 'earlnc Irqfth 'and the lower edge turning foil, and th* fa*'enlng at I The charge are to be a* toleI .,
i i handsome I low*: ,
onemeth the back ii made with a.
t l I l>earl buckle floats over twenty feet In length
i J lh" Jacket I* .of latermeiute length I ___ ,ode cen' per foot for euch fool of
1 id the d-vlirn! calls 'or the as..1..1-1 "WEATHER: : dock iiaedPo Christmas Goods left over from the

.. u. o of aide front and aide,back ---4.. S. I(I er dinkeys, twenty feet long
I, ,r'n. In ,eh.Inc and tends to ac-I I linrmher 111.50 week Holidays are now offered at a sacrifice.
What It >V" U cod Poalbllititni I I pr I
nlnu r .'..""..rn...* of fixnre A'' I Ro..bollla.1 week .

: roihed collar hating Insets of Tt.1-1 I { In Janilary i :Minimum rate per. over twenty feet ti.We .

i \-t 11i. civ!: a a nest nnlsh to 1 the"I" monthly I .
: The foi:owing I III the me- I It per weekThet .'
TH.' k 10111'* flit col'ar.frc:ng could eorologlcal summary of the weather : rates became effective with,

II b. u...rt If prtferrml anti indeed l I' '.'iretslHng' I>i>crrrt><'r. last past the opening: of the .lock all rental ___ have also just received a large invoice of underwear for ladiesof

S a onrenietit mode hpn fur are to a* it-ported. by the weather observer Ito be paid ..."k') In advance
I I. worn with the oat Coat .hip all kinds, in seasonable goods. Then again we have many lots of '
at luplterAtinovnherle .
itifhar,< (eri/ec the .lerve and the 'ptmat Mean 1 I 17/IK 1/01 MtDUOTK various goods in broken sizes, together with odds and ends in every de-
rl. U bade with a fl< with ui .-
In 20 highest Ifl 41 OB the lOih.lowet .
'\ i t'.I I button and u'lon ho e... or with 3" on the %Otb.', Whereas. It has pleased our Iieavpoly partment which will meet the wants of all who appreciate the true meritof

cord loo"*V This extra design'ro.I U for also w.tarIxxveen a degree; : Father \o remove from this GENUINE BARGAINS. always make it a study to please the public '
e good one fur highest '! on tbe Tth and U>>>we.t, world our friend and sister Mr.
I seaaon or In mild either 30 on the : fIb The greatest dally i
which could be del cloned In biw lilt beau-tiful
range wes 29 degree on the
; 01 t..n covert or otter, suitable cloth ''and the least 5 degrees Christian womanhood and her
dally range was lovely
} "C A hat of velvet and cloth withnrkfeathers on the Rth The mean temperature ;(character has left a sweet.Influence.over Even at a Loss to Ourselves"
he acompanlment
: < would a for the month In 19 year all with whom the was aaso- t..:
: { While the gore* are of
a hea\v lI'ulffl1lh| \ broad stitching. | I'r..II'II..onTbt'. total precipitation Resolved FJrst That the Home
tkfk The waist would better I
on toe : or rilnfafl recorded during Mlwlon. Society of the M 1C Church

a bright be!!; of tie white. the belt li .en ma\finished be of whitet with '11 he amount month of wac precipitation o. S inches In: greatest any 24 and feoufh beloted has "lost member one of. Its most loyal All goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge.

idea I I. .. r
though the newest
linen bout .0 5 on the % hI. The aver- : Second That we shall miss her t
the hade as .
leather belt In same
c ;ge precipitation for the month li'n > tweet sunny nature by never '..IUDItIlnl..r..1
tht cowo "..n inc'onspk lous In makeend sears Is 2 9' Inche | and tmpeth .

: nnlull. The sell|| I..\ be whl'e I Wind Ihe prevailing direction of Third. the heartfelt, ) impothyOf Refunded if Not
1 01 bias k or net dyed to match thetoHtnme Money
the from the northwetwl
hut fashion 6=creca that thefor wind wa I I this society l>e extended to the ;
a otal movement of !9 I.OI } milesaverage bereaved family of our sister
\.l' Fl..h a gown and hat
!: hourly velocity U.I mile. I Fourth That this tribute b.t
publlshed -
and fanetf
of dotted net *
bver plain '
with maximum for fivemlnuteo
a .eloclty
In the city and
<,- rloaeh to the hat no. flowing!!; paper IIpr..dDpoO
of it mile from the northeast -
of being .'ou. the minute of the ocletyMr .
nd. III case one
warmth then long chiffon veil on the lltheatber i T. V. Moore.
tot a
\\ Tb.nmboor of clear
i tp rd gathered bhlnd and again I Mr A. H Adam
dais during: the month were 10. Goods StoreJ.
e ." she an he of the neAt and Irouchii .rt" 'j i Afro C. D. l...ffler. Empire Dry
cloudy IP; (c'oudv I on
,,,,lid In front *ho>' must It. o'l lhe which 0 1 Inrb or more of prclpltxtlon I Committee.1.FHAI. c..

) regular walking *ttle and hfim occurred one Fog; occurredon ,
I h'ts I I. ajnod ate satisfied \PHtH
1 l' days and killing! frosts. on the -
: itb : r>th and : \ ecokr) coHtume Ii .rhar" i Uarriinty d/-d. J. M Holding
a It.II.. HI if re dose In cut Ih""oh i I for l" "'...n Ho C E Ingnlls and Homer R. Elliott Prop. 327 Twelfth St.

to !1..* p'ish: in ff (Ou.'., :I v linking data. covering a per. for tlOrt and other con-id- ,

..' .. l.olero pac "t.t and 'ur.I..I skirt ii nd of nineteen years have been com ""ration, lots 1 and 2. block IK.Haltandale -

t '. attct-5 of the coat t t' \its tanrsid pi\I Id from the weather bureau records '

buttons four of whui b fasten at Jiipltir Thet are issued T< deed City of :Miami tot Miami Florida.

\ ,t down on the I n <,,1 Ar j o .hoo" I h.. condition that have me R Brown for '2lot 17. block ,

"dIM" ', 1 t. h ..: h. no th In qu < o. -1 1 :\\01101; i cemetery, LL :
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F.tGRT P.'GF.A THE M1.un KJPTROPOUI. F'Rlfati&Yranl. c. seer +

--- - -- -01: FlT8 '

.t ( / .ftsetue D Water Mains '|'l lloyMht .< P"lham--hauled (liiiThe -- 1 I..

J The new water mains on Atenu D j j'All Damaged Roads :
have been laid as far as Ninth street hiuHeboat Pelham: which arnvtd / j New Year Dance At :
in port a ha days ago from

I ersontl l JJfirs doles I IT 'i as end north Seti at 'and nth Sixth the street street trench The dUI Urn an- sill far 'I "Key,efra \\M and,. "art far.11. ,I'. ,'I' fie+";mule ne K"minor!IBH nut I:i'o re ottS.ntlhad'a I Must Be Repaired "I Halcyon Hall Hotel

lUilcling \ea' Qu.rt..rt..tA tI'hlIIIIMn f?,, ti -e-. ion The I', : t.

r1M I him 01"| 111 I h'*t 1O'.t lu 'tbt*.- mat. I Ilon i hell Mtirupoli
fear fan
1 of worknitn net en :J From Dallv
t r. I Mc-tropolls. Jan ii
gag"d In hulldlnt. ont ot the larm 1 b. Hoard of Count) Commismon
The New Tear
MiltII has r..tllrD' tWi..urtnlt Orange. IV..I IMp lighter' of the .'(xtenmc' fiat t Into err toncluiletl their buslneoa bal' given bvfr 't
1lalgaret )jsr MUniluxnu !Schedule venterli tad
Mr Salem
conimodion lout lh.1 woikis I Graham at the flul I
,r '10 K1uKrlend.I.a. Machinists are tngaged; ; in repair quartet \ ifttrnoon. the i'.
i t-I most of the i
I Itni. th' large orange {peel dipper .being done on ih Kiitli -lit' of Err e'h.I .uxl.u and,I until January timebrMIR I yon Hall Hotel last night was thep'ning
Path ih v.. ain,>.r \11".111 I will leave font| In aullting: bills! ,
.. 'the terminal dot k t tSamby and
'xtenttor The work
\\ T MoriIt on his ro.- u* d nn dr dg > MM lal event of the seasone
here in Ihnrnl,\s ,ud Mon,latu I getting things In I
at chip for
I doi. the terminal dock their *uc'
"Ib is ting at I
aek visith .ta '
,1. -
"? 11 I "; .. 3 o click! In the afternoon rllt'Sa... I I..r. renponne to 'lie invitation Issued
L _____ klrrrlagr iIrcll tr 1..u.1 con next Tuesday' .
worn all *
,IMI KM'utlb
.f) sin Mi.. I M mh.Mlnled to arrheIh..r. >) the ,genial I hosts. fullv iwo him !
lie'pairing launch 'Miami IV achTh During the " moolh of D- ,of the flesh'
c"mlM'r. I 7 11..11".... HI i; :til o 1'1 UN k In the morning county omc..ntakp Fred ptrsona gathered ..lIb.. beau i
Mt" ..rn.' I milt. haM .uC.d..d"I. 1-rge 1 |I'lea.uft.' launch Miami m"rrla" errsssued. (t ihargfA .' Iful hotel
TIp,,, h. owmd bv Mr F T Field 14 or shkh srrr 10 ..',>r..dCOUI.I. on .rrllnt and TunUKeturu ,the .
:\1ilvf-r as bd/k8.rper In he liming act the following Prom
l ; ttly at nine orlxk r
( .
Ing Nassau the first
rate J
,, and throe I tj shine The Jt !i m Satur
\,wnyn. Diug store for. 1 haug; : ,l nr'rhnu'dd slon and prepared. old..t male saw :,: an dih'. .ld"1 da and I \\"i.f ie...d.IM and reai'h ,,rcmdutiunw. wen offered. and adeited lance saw announced and through
1'1 comn ""
female 3t.: Ih11e lhe'od'llKesl'' wale Miami at h 3'i o'clo.k! In the morn "\\' .. ut the venlng the ball mom was
MUk Florence Glenn Is "|.nilinR! *. For the past two yearsIhv sell Oiled with
,'aa 31 and the )OIlng'III f. niub li: IDK on smda end Thnrnlt)* dancer :Mann
3d I h. w ... I- wi"' h hei friend Mil (,r,,c-e ..I"'lIa'llnltn<-l Car Truck ,' t following road hat been' u"lIall"'IIM..d i handsome gowns were In evldemind e

Palm Reach he track of .the street nilwav. and worked a* a public' .
ti 1111"1 atesl high j "lib' 'the conventional
I' I you watt r.rt11l1l'r._ lo.wt J. It.IAmmu. The Times 1 nlon of p..tpIla' ha. war. towit evening
'I"an\ north on Arrmre. D. from A road beginning/ a'the | irena o' the gentlelten. the wI
acpal for ID. old tht flowing Item lithe to Mlnws wenei
nI1.DU i
i iI northeast
V Brown has returned Sixth Is ballasted wltli corner of section
w M I street being 1 I a M''>*t pleasing one The Hal
nos., th tension and will remain yakMr Bradley I &oodL a t I Illiau( and IU'>!)?'li slikh two well of lowmihlp S3 south range 41 east I von; Hall orchestra furnUhed
r. ( known and popular! hung iH.lten. of I In Dade thefor
W. n '''b' < ilv until tpringMr I count) Florida thence run j music, the occasion and added
:Miami :Misses Clara st Cl."Ir.
; and Mr,* COP D Smith\ of Sctxml IHTIceniThe nlng west In the township line to a nnch to the evening pleaaureAt r
Abram and I I.1l11all11ih will
Aleck Robinson and three n\llh'o" Bran h Inns Nland S. First Methodist Sundat hool re- :point about one-quarter of a mt.we ._ 11 o'clock. the large
turn to st Jeart'hs l academv' at siAugustine .. gathering:
h Idrt'n ol Smlthdrld K) are rent \ hate arrived In the dl>' for the has eletied for the ensuing Near the | t of 'he northwest corner of the imienihltd In the dining '
morning but thuamong ;
,' atmali In the citv. inter Mr and Mr !Smith are I following officers. Mr .:dl..u.1: i said<: section And thence north one salad. cake, cream atdoffee '
sotletv I pet will b. glad to> half mile and wer c,
reenter .lsiton< here even tear and son superintendent Mr J \ Hob .nPd after which
learn 'that :Miss Beanie 'iuhwill dancing resumeduntil
:Mr and Mrs John Sevlndd are1"t. hrfvgr: ('ai fal'h In the East Coasi bins I Ii assistant Mr Paul I Kader ne<" remain WhereasHhln the tat thirty the small hours of the
fo, the winter the orh..r morning
ovt' the ferrlvfl! of a tine IIn a* tfU'st ,, dan certain persons have run andopera
uing r ale rtarMr; Veal Halnlln treasurer ...loll'r.Irs; Aexindcr Clair Mr and Mrs Graham..,.,. the rIplenti .
"' un saturdav i Mln Maggie; \\ilwn organist ', Std tirl log wagon: and timber '1 of '
.VlrarosKiMMWo expression of
-I Order a oae of soft drt.ka *llTer...Str wagons on and over said road. and most pleasant a i
M and JoIn.:\\M Bhrdine Miss i Now have habitually hauled heavy load evening
a IHpprr UewlgeThe .
ihlpnl Bott "MCM, 'kTlf Tho present were Ir' D
Drsel. Burdlne, and Miss Kate ColI Siring of 'og and timber on the said wag 1
er "I"I rt r .llh| Mr and MrsT line Works Mtja. Miami. FVm. *u ixtenKlon dredgt Rough Kid forc of 'I..rkll| In 'the s'ore of r on* a-d over thin sild l road. and have MeM "'g r. I ondon. Kng Mlsa M,
er which wan brought up from the Mr h \\ Hh"rb"\ 1 Nl< hols R..lon.\Ir: I I. t: :MarIn
Merrill. al Beans MstaMr TaeflstrPt t i greatly; damaged the laid :
1 I'rt-Mirina; to .:"'" n..1dr1H'f' extension a few weeks ago. has t>eenlonverted c9oth-r., are hutch)' engaged It, t I i ida ro..d. andhereaa. Boston .In lift" and Mrs Stuart

Flnlev and family of ,Savanb Mr G Dun an Hrongter. thf realcftate from a suction tn dipper| | \ llnli-hlng the unpicking of the "\\' Runt persons have fall 1111] Mr \\lllam Chirle Mist Ja-
dredge and within few at-via west ,p"'a'lIOn.
a :Mr.
are located oaIb str M and man Is preparing his lot large new spring stock for Mr ed neglected and refused to repair aatn. R 4
Avinne B for the reason \ln: h street for the foundations of be lowed to Keyest to login opt | Rhode stunAmong the new fir said road and keep the same Flanagan Mr W %V CulbertsonUr ;

o __ a htndeome new residence to take erat Ions goods: received In this cargo: are theMiring In as good condition and repairs as Thomas McGahe) Mr K: A

4 Miss Ella Rolf has returned from he place of the one he recently had styles, In g ntletnen strawhatl public: road In the vicinity not used orsell Miss Terwlligfr :lira! >. A
For Sale Pure bull calf ''f
Jersey McDonaldMrs
.. )ateni>O'I. la to her position at .. r.-.ktd b)' the storm fleck wear. suit. Nr. and a fine I by them are kept ; nowTherefore ,
lead trimmer In the Ideal mllllnerMr ) six month old. ifsL was brought i line of silk underwear and hosiery It It ordered by Ihe William :M Brown :Miss!

t shop ScrHml Ojtens Monday I from very good Tennessee herd' In Mr Rhodes has the knack of selectIng I board of county commissioners ot x>u I so Brown Mr and Mrs sr
dam H 8, Pen nock. Fla '' 1 B Hawkins Mine
Neptune. Eva McKenzie {
'Dade .
On In* to the recent death of' Mm. a stock that always take. not county Florida. that unless the
and' )Ira. Oscar Texton of ', |Bennett. wife of Prof George E. only for to-ciatenesa andoobbynet persons so using aDd damaging the Emmett Shanahin Mr Byron +

.Cleveland 0.. see among the regn |Bennett principal of the Miami Pith :, ('_h.1I Troupe leaven Saturday I ;;-pbl. goods, but for the said roads shall repair the same. u Launelcr Mr and Mr Hr Waalr ;

.ir whiter visitor.expected to rtvi ': ]Itc Hchool. and bTqne; of the tatter :'' The: carnival troupe. which hat> durability and guarantee wbkh al provided by law. within thirty day Mr and Mr J O Saxelby

In Miami shortly I the school will\ not *>e opened I been exhibiting here for the past |, raa aiompaoy .Kit. good from this date then In that event 'Mr J Homl'rI..l't'f'r.: Miss Flavin

+I until,. next Monday morning week' wHI pull up ttnkvt Saturday' I I the road superintendent of Dade )< o"amp.MIII Grace BI"O"D.of Cham t .

Mr M Shanahan aid family of I night and leave: for \\'esl Palm> Soutluill, '' taut Craft ccmnty shall make complaint against algae. 111 Mr lark Cary Miss

Grand Rapid. are extxx-ttd: to arrive Bradley fertilizer are the urea to j to begin n. similar arid And''I I 1 I Mr Bert bouthall. the well known such persons and proceed to the en lane Beecher and DrV 3 Gram,

morrow to spend the winter here exhibition The carnival baa enjoyed' who I'I forcemeat of the law" IngMr
Por sale by J. B. Lummua, Miami boatbullder has a hobby for I I
East 12th a very liberal The following resolution and In. J B Rl'I'y. '
n their home on agree patronage 4 i fan bo l' *. stated Ibis morning that was lao : (
I I and adopted, Ur and Mrt J. W Horner Dr a'
I I I Hot Stuff lwhich I I. now build ied"
Miss Alberta HiT on has returned I j I 'Bull(ting New Dock Landing/ Will Work by Whist I j ling i at his ship yard. will have beeromplNed a 1 "Rreol.ed.I That the retiring board and Mrs K }t. llo.Ule.too )Irs

otn a length visit In KlHSimmee I Ih C intracturs Brad}'. Muller Mann From now on the workmen Ic the In time to to Lake of rounlyorrml<..linrrs at I T. :M! \\alkln; :Mr. and :Mrs FU

Ime to loin In the social whirl of i in are engaged In rebuilding: the landing ,terminal yard will] work b>' a whittle ,, Worth and In go the motorboat last meeting. hereby take occasion Doan, Him Ethel) Clancy. 1
<> holldav season here I slip on the south side of the i wcich hat just been erected OD'> rice tu begin thereon the Z7th i, to express their appreciation of Ihe : arhoroixh Mr W F arbor

stoat dock at the fool of 12th .Ir take' new machine shop This aye' of this month With her will efficient service rendered by M W I >ugh; :Mr C \\' Hid Mr \ T

Mr Flllott Is In the city In the '.. bi i< h was destroyed by the late I tern Will !Inaugurated ibis morning go Goxie :Ihtcounty road superintend 'UII. Mr D S June Mr and ''y
Hot Muff .
merest. of the Florence Crittendon i nor n Tt la landing place is (argey 'tHeretoforelDe,' men employed I In rail I ch III alread) completed'e .. ,' .ent In the duties of his office; thai l I UrC t ForsyiheMr
entering for their
rlome. mainly to take subscriptions ( atronlied b>' ) htsmen during I'road extension operation have worked races renpec notwithstanding; the reduction b y and Mr* J F Olive, Mr and "
live tlasse The latter do
If"r the C-lttendon Home Magatine. i the winter months by a belt erected' In front ot the about can I board of 1 IT per cent per diem for MrJ C :Meredith Mr and Mr H 1-
25 mile hour. and the boat
died by Mr Crittendon lime k office jier convict "board there seems to be the A. D-al Mr and Mrs Oscar T
-- (wld Killed CYnctMliktMligator pel. I: now building la expected to 150 her, || best of lufactlon bv the convictstheir onklln Mr*. E B bent Mr and r

Tic foundation and bottom frame Joe was one of the If you want to make sure crop Ayr mile better of thirty mile per |lof care and keeping and the Mrs Louis Sfhnapp. of PeekkillN '

a new pile driver "large have been loo'rin the recent cold snap that wee'i the Skinner Irrigation Astern hour Hoi Stutf l\ Is U"in< butt || provisions male by the superintend. Y :Mr and Mr A HfOM.: .
aid In 'he terminal yard, the craft spread! over the State. the cold killIng I Better and cheaper (ban shedding for on the hydro-curve plan which Is a ..ent' for their proper comfort .Ir R A shine. Miss Kntwbndlovd

be alOPcIn extension 'operations lao of his Immense crocodile. pineapples. H. S. p..nnock.p- I marked Improvement in the shape The following was ordered spread Miss Hue F\a"l'O. of Ocala r')land I -

hen completed a few weeks hence.
IYr. | aptrr o' the saurian family ("an'I 'To the Honorable Board of ('ountyCommlnsionfrs Mr andbra If. K \rmstrongMrind ; i

Andrew Sl.dri. president of thenivrtlty stuni far 'yak cold than the ordl '' ttcrord Ira l>e vmber : C'<>mml..l >n I Dade CountvPermit : Mrs J K Dorn Mr ;>rfd Mrs ;1

of the State of Florida Is nary gator Those at Joe's farmer : During the month of \)rcrmber( the I Capt U C. May commander of I me at this our last meeting llenn C Frl_ll. Dr and Mr JVberu t'

n the city Mr. Slodd recently par .. not In their natural elnientand police department made a total ot[ TU. Anderson Camp I' C \' hall together a* attotnev of the of 'hv Mr and Mr F I ; .

hared the McDonald.Relllr grove surroundings and couequentlr 1; 1J4: arrest, and collected In fines ant I i i Jus received his commliwlon from ,. flrlal board to express my satUfact !1.GI1I! Mr A. J Kolb Mr sad j

.,nd hit come to Miami to see .. 'could not starul the cod: I forfeitures the sum of IS:'4'd; ; 1 he Gmernor Browsed appointing him Ion at the courteous treatment I tics \\' M Burdlne. Mr and Mrs

t management, condition. etc i : total amount of salaries and !<.<.* honorary; Chltamauga Park Monument have received at the land of the 'nhn M Burdlne Mr and Mrs '

j Aetna dynamite and supplies.r for due th- department during': th- same'iperod I commlsxloner f,>r Dadc county hoard and the pleasant relation that \\' Gardner and Ur: .Ithnt.irder ;'

The mall friend' of Miss Ftankl ale by Lummua A 8welL ;i :>> t. $551.82: loving a balanceof All of the slates that had troops In I I' r-afef e d!'tad between ns from the < to

.vet who h&ln critical ill I : | (100.TC In the treasury Irom thisnouro the battle of Chlcamauga. except first Jtf the last meeting a* board and :Mr and Mr: C. M Brown '

th, past several daft, will U glad .laslrtrttsl tn HiKei : : Florida have tablets erected on the ittornev and trusting that these relations rr. Mr Genre R Gomph Mr .I.I ..

know that she Is much Improved I ,, PciKOuian James" Harder. one o fl' battlefield. and these commissioners II mar ever rc-itlnue a* pleas H Oilman i :Mr John Gramltng "ti

end that great hope are now en the oldest members In service on 1 M.4le Good ('..chi are being appointed to arouse and | ant In our.. private 1'fe' I am Mrs S T Ora01Il..oC.11"0'! : "* :Maude fr

r. tai'ted for her ultimate! revuvcrvMr the on r, has spec i i ilal FIsMng from the pleasure yacht stimulate Interest In the rum Rrapertfully submitted and Mrrtle Willard Mr and Urn ,
; e
|pricemsn at nlh'I" Palm Cocoon, Captain Myera the following, to erect a monument commemorating I W. I. Metcalf \V EIdr..h.. Miss I 1'Inlfredlar,'hUr .

Hale and daugnter, Miss i Hotel for the next three month. dur I party of home folks and visitors hadale the of the FlorIda A few other minor onatt..ra..monlt Roe Bitrge,. Mrs U H Mr ,

AnMt of'West Chester P,.. will\ ar log"; mhtch time he will receive hi i I large and varied catch of fish : : d"I: Cap! Mar will i I ((them the receiving of the report of 'Inure. and :Mlot Lula Mi !>>ndon :Mr l'

Ire shortIv and together'with MiHalej salary from the hotel company I 1'Mr.' and Mrs A. E. Horn Mr*. J. begin work at once and has great the county road superintendent were 'nd Mr R. T Daniels Dr 0 Fn:: r

who preceded tb..m.m oe- t..I.tomary for the hotel to ha,elA.i Johnson Mlaa Maud \'. Johnson hope that Dade county will makoa transacted. when the board declared rue

"lIi'ty the Hudson cottage on Ave- a policeman on dun In the ..eMlae I|) Cora Hicks Miss ElisabethEnloe splendid showing In the funds that Its duties finished and adjourned Mr and :Mrs. Fvereft G Soil. *..- t,

'!'Iu.B. I lanu grounds each season Mrs. R. C Ueavltt Mr*. E. are to be raised for the above purpose MlM Ella Rolfs. :Mr and Mr :,
J. \\'. nr.\('Kilt R> .'IRHKSTr: I If F Tuttle
A. Rnasell Miss Edith Carter and :Mr and Mrs O A
Mis Grace Cato of Fort Pierce. It Irtrwl tine Appearance Mr. and Mrs Guild Smith 0> KMftlsTI)% l'(1'F:tt8 'IullPr.I1.a: Mailer\ : Judge Georgeorlev

the guest of Mr S. O. Vtnlsndlng The Ide.1Jrr Goods Store now The Royal Palm Dock FleetThe 1. \\' Usa Marv K1'orMy '
ham at her home on 10th street presents an In From Dally Metropolis. Dec. :,
a"waraDee lacht Strabcrr In Coramhotoa Dr and Vrt P. T.
following are the pleasure fishIng kaClli.. :Mr
Miss Cato accompanied Mrt Earnest t I
every respect In that )Jr.
Douglasi The J. W Black mer. a middle agedwhite Irfonard' Illtt
Hillary of .
anlandlngham front that place la haa added cruising yacht Stranger and crulsltg ya( hIp and lannehrsInow Loalivllle Mr and ,
three new large displaycabinets. (".pt. Mrloy, which came Into : man residing In Miami 10 rfn Frtnklln Coleman Buh Mr
: port occupying berths and oMI"lne'from
week 19 spend tti It" 'da1L ; |
tn which he has
j Infthe placed some a few weeks ago from the north the Royal Palm dock Edith\ 'the put several month and epee p U C Elliott. Mr and Mr M
palterna created In the mil where she l led In various occupations. the last D Price. Mr .
Mr was built under .|KtUldesign ROM and Mr Z TI..r.:
James K lIalD has reeelvedword I !llnerr I department by ) Captain 1..o..JIII.II..r. Captain .
that his jfe'er la very 111 hi i Us The Urge JadA1)Qu1'of fnr-trwe-ifl theoe water, motad 'Cocoon' Capt Mf't'II; Klondike Captain I'fat a collector. was placed under ar i| rtll. Mr Charles Thompson Master

i Hartford, Conn )lr. Kellnm Brat I trimmers cons. assistants I down from &!UlbaU's says ,,_ Ball Tarpon. Captain Qulnn rest I tW morning by Deputy Sheriff \\lrt shanahan and ..ra."rtark: rand

tended going to her. but owing the o thirgs preparer to the limit etc to fill are order rushIng terday afternoon and took up her Kee S. Captain Gerlac; Ariel. Cap Gore on a requisition from the gnu- I Ilernor lirown many other

treat distance decided to wait (or hats amt the outlook for berth at the Roial, Palm dock TheStranger lain Hrott ; Spt'f' an ex' la one of the assault with Intent to commit inur' I ( .....1 ..fLreRTnahlepnI
rot the Urgent and
next MHTt. hoping she would I cellent It !I.DIlt'r. Captain Mtloy V\hl I
Improved | very encouraging mint comfortable boats -now bJ re Cai' !'Ot'lon. John tte I gett': Capt ,' der the offense having been e '1 .' '

-+- | Money 1.010OD Improved property' ind engaged In' the pVanuie part Warren J'1.k..r. Cipt Dennv ;J..deline milled at ('alb ..rt. that .t't. ayear ; "It Ie l now eleven years since I hid

Mr W H' Johnston. tot mrrl' J. I buslnew ; X'apt l.a> tnn tilln"If't. or more ago t lA narrow ewapc from ronsumj mn r ,
8 Amade. C OO&lnlOro" { The prisoner was placed In jail i' write* (' f) Fkivd '
nnnetted with the a .Itading bis
l McDonald .lenkins. Red Keatirer 'dP''lilt -
i et C.. I I. expec'ed to return to :Mlmi | __ i iThiee j Victors exclusively Wholp""lp *>..rta. Tarpon II. Captain B.. L I nil win' be bald awaiting the arrlsl r-lrorss nan. of Kerohaw S C I t

"II' dm He ha* been In G.-ori ; Reconh lt.uIbl..twd | and retail Metropolitan Talklnxi stroller. Narsld ('act I luia kaO > of SheriffV C Hynam from : rid run down In aright to I II".

i aria sine'last summer in quint of I AI'hniiKh the oeaann haa hardly i ijhefrun Machine Co., JackHonvPe: f.,a htr Irate will .b.. added 10 the fw) f'othben who has been notified othla '''>uni|* and coughing wa* .nn.-"I. r

.*., and heath ts ht* bad had no three duping terbrd have Vgena wasted.few : ,1uHn{ { the next few da k making it,. a"\IO'h' ntinnBlackmer I '.o.1) hv )
sat ion In many yrrs |' air< adv I..n established from hosts --...... i-hp larrent admitted after arrest t 0(1 II | |( li..can l king Dr King :Sew Us

operating from ttw RojTU;PJm dock '. I'ulng ship tlmnm I ItxkIHIhchlf". ever o|'t rating from this I I IV I"nt% 'herilf Gore that he it want t I ''>v. rv .'rid, 1 continued thl for il..",i

A lirge and fnrtnil l reception will That ar' a< fellnas Senator J. N All af the pleasure Uniting trait., d it, ithbert. Oa for the alleged -tii months when mv rough ant I t'' ','''

\x rlv-n' R v U>we I Camdn' : fishing from the tender of I. patronising: the kingfish g.roinl; ai offen***. and Mated that the spe;'ne rn"il le were entirely gone and I w ..
: tr'mMrJOLI/lD. lanma: 7'h evening i !;,cvk -one using Hew ship channel directly I ; I stored' { t? n" normal, weigh 1 I'9 r

tit *e ,denc of Mr and Nllrsl lath-tarpon. weighing' one 'f>ound across the bav front the cliv' In going One 01' the m..rrl.'nd must enoiatle at that pi,we several months ago miund Tnousands imrmns ..

i ( .A Bel!, liar on the corner of 7th ( Senator J N Camden' fluhlng from and coming from oii'nitte Pivioi .,. : affairs of the) iAltldaya was, |Iltp said ,that the trouble' r..u".d' h"il d ver) year Gil rante tl .'. AIriixxis'K "

.tt et and Avenue C. The meiibei taiht Barrarouia nineteen amberjack 10 thin the ware fore' a Kalllng part with Mr GUI Geiger ;-: over an rid inference and that b"l ;Oc and ftI TriAl 1 b,"

n) the Mr ''hnctlM Chirch. Sou'h. and I In one day, A D. Maaaengerflohlng ed to go t.c: via Beart Cut; as ho.t. on board the launch Sal l was a.N.ulled In- the street bv the I I" fr ,

ill friend are cordially Invited to from yacht Jupiter; one amberjark I Channel The new channel shorten lie. ('ait Hurrh :Mond.. i night' to the elder of the iwo men Shots w"r* I

Attend' weighing :19 pounds. The the distance fully tlx polra. Aunt beach and on the bav The young ;I exchanged and his assailant fell '

latter catch was made >.e.terdayVh'n I i five feet of water prevails on the people went sell loaded with good| 'woundtd About :hat time a *ou The Racket Store

'bar o' the new .channel shish I I. thing. to eat and If the\ came home ,, of the wounded man appeared, and I

\ we togas b'I ln.... a yearend t sufficient to allow the passage: of the empty handed all hearts were hap hot him R'ukml'r down two ,

: Florida in A a half ago w(1 were ,old that .l I majority of the boats except! when iv with pleasure an dtrad: o greet tullets piercing his body .As helav '

i se sere too far out of the bualnen I the rater U very rough I IIt he mysterious :New Year of 1907iThome In the streets he fired at the son!
center to get much trade A few I I In the part) were Mr and I I Hi* arrest followed and he was Place

night come butI would not pa' : .militate (hsllrie.Mr 1 Mrs \\'. S. Hill, ("baf"'rrn.II.: ."...., nlacrd under bond for his appear

Nutshell : 'I... the business renter shifted seat Oscar W. Mavnard who last Kaiberyn 4g1e Kalhlo4 Quarter i i ince at the term of cwirt last \prll I

: >r ha,'e "1' so man) friends that they ,: Saturday purchased the Interest of '' roan. Mildredhlte. \niia i'.tnovaMine I I". came to :Miami hut In April all -f .'

silt go out of their way to trade and una.,1- In attend and
I I Ibis father 1C Mavnard In the Ctonl a. E:anor :Screven Alter court <:
a"h us'There jewelry and optical business, on Avenue ,'Rills I Gladys Price-\\ IIl1an... MistGeiger stand trial sending a phviilc'an! Penlflcate '
Is some reason why our : to that effect to the court \\ e wish to thank the people o' Miami .
D adjoining the Meiwrs" ,
{poniofMce. III'' : Gus Gtlx, "r. PhilIp
for 15 cents containing i uMness Is ,growing so fast Each :I an optician of the highest; rank being FarU. Htiiart' lle>ser. (1a1l'1o I tic hid Intended 'o go to trial athe I and iHde (ounty for then gen. ;
-IK nth It Is so much larger than I crows parronaee during the pro
the of year
a graduate of the. Brown : next term court and Is ""rl'Irl."d
Philadelphia FUN Frank Trite
I I' and .
especially during the holidjv.
';>recdlng.. one that It Is a wondero ,f Optical 1 College\ claim of 1497. and Williams. Colliox Earnest( H,ir,-hIs i at mattertaking; this turn I son We scald goods a. reasonart'e srj
uc .bt"rf'I comes from We doing a great part of the I Is a gentlemanly appear e'
leal .
I 5.4 Views I \know It Is not because of our per. :J bushes 'since he became associatedi op I ling man and for some time sss' emnloved povsihle ted ir'by and giving we believe us all the trw parr ppirt" I-. ..
tonal beauty. because that Nrs Ib IK
would i with hit father here Mr Mavnard rr lastly ; is" 'h Miami Furniture CoHe vou could. ibis
1' coming year we
ttop a clock It surely' c n t be beausr ','will pay particular attention to 'hl.j Bert Southall had out' hi, 110'w la' has one dvirhfer here with him will endeavor: to do even bettr 10 '

of qur. winning ways It must branch: of bis business boat Hot S I uff III. foi,. -- hope to hear
J of! Florida M t tr tt I j : and namina InK a t" a continuant r t>( sour
Oe beranst of our winning prices ], all patrons the frost and most ejfie rain this morning; The new Ion bmh at 1nrklnsNtlson food will and pitron {r V\ .- .mrrel .

tad Qualities What an array of lent service. driven l\ a 2.. hornepower "nJ/; nand : Klchardu aged 21 tear .. i. h cvrrytmr Prmpenranti I

Ii Innt-r. wi have Alabastlne the ever. In the 1t"II..v, | water ..>f 'h 'i shut hall b 'n A tfpr..r since April 'ijppinrss; :
SMITHSBOOKSTORE i Peninsular Drvoe Stove Paints. the the durable If yon are going to par our your hay rue off about twentv 1,110 i j" IA"I.I..d at the home of his par- w.

Plym nth perfect good money tor n nacalne. why not hour which is sufficient. spt-'-,1 to tlve ieni" on the S"anOOn! place (.arktns i iIIEI ,
Rope. the I
4tud k" smoothest ; fet the bett; Other maktt are good her a E:,.od chancre against .,nt rat n < r and Russell |
1\'agonalb I
,trotige McCormick bus we claim for the STANDARD all U best that comes h"rr 11', nth. ruhlv I urlal ",ola I- aloe I \I"j. afl..rn'.'" I HANDLERS OF EVERYTHING t

best I Till I I.* he .. Momeni tbs the good qualities of other and many ,. w rked a i' .'a f\ 1,1"' .s I I'he 11 t L.i I Kins .,in,,1.I r 'ha dlrc.l/.n' '" EVERYTHING
r a on we get thetrade SOLD CHEAPER
Fair additional ones If yon really want ...11' do clos morn, 'menu nder''k'r. H M KInr, Daven ..

I price and rood soodt.MI1MI I he best anAcklne made. call on ..I I I ikUoU; per hour .a r-rlch "*<, l 1 I ;i.. ,'1 ,g <1 'n- ,111", I 'I, ,,

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ith* home bas been established ,

MAYNARD & SON M SPORTING DOINGS The plan I la to establish a
park of 2 000 arrrs on which would
b* as many I'OUall. The land Mr

HAVE DISSOLVEDFrom : FRAMED UP TO DATE and Bell 1 H mould thinks himself do.could a bin man bf share of t-aslh some In s ihln'rurrdHP means re-. i Sale of Everything to

tprrt, The money for be homes or t
1 rot t IPS. Mr Bell sais rould beraised i
Dally Wetmpolla. Dt-c :t i t- f F"1apr.ld.; of the Brighton bi popular aubkcrlption L

A bnslneM change of consld.r.h'e H-a h H-rlnr Association bus just | The plan contemplates the admlslalon -
r. u 0.d I f....:. Canada, where he of none bat a food rinse of IBmile -
Importance ma* culminated 'h. *. who could fljht their battlesover
morning mhen the well known + I to. ,' 'd.1 a + Mr Fitzgerald In peace and food vlll during i
elry and optical Arm or \V C airy I n I I.r..D T '|H>lnttd president a* well their declining years amid tha pleasant I You Warm
n.. "M-orrttl: manager of the ..MOCII surrounding* which would .befurnished Keep i
nard A Sot wan dissolved Mr O >Ion them
W .Maynard purchasing the Inter
Durnvll mho mill train John W.Garen' I His plan It to make the home largely I
Mt of bin lather. who retire fro n ... this ha bwnl
hor I season self-supporting by Hiring each of
the baslneea. and after r ma b
4 l 11>\> *lu In!;!: psrllng In Callfornla the veteran able to attend to It a
needed rest will apply .11 h'+ timeto I In on.dxv hf purchased several small patch of ground to cultivateWhen I .
the manufacture and sale of hirecently h.uhh.: tr:.t ln...I youngsters. fort (! the last of the veterans had
Invented safety hat pin ;.OVO G. I..K bone will run inDurne'I's ;paaaed away Mr Bell mould like to : Blankets Quilts Bed Spreads Heavy 1 1I
The firm of Mayaard A con man nawe .od colors this aea- bar the place converted Into a national ,
one of the oldest and moat reda0lejewelry ou park. He would also like to

hoae In the amity and bid. *< Heavy
alvay enjoyed a 'most liberal patronage DIII-b .sportsman recently paid meat, a tentative design of which Hosiery, Heavy ,
Both father and son are he has already had made to perpetlaate -
a t: .i 11\1 for the mare Adda by Gal
killed la their trade and expert I the names of the greatest men
sale. Newmarket
At the
topln same
eseei In bantam. and by hosostmork I" I Cloth for Dresses
Eng M. Edaiond Blanc paid ['of the country character of the etc. etc.
a no fair dealings have won Mull war and others.Mr. ,
ISO.000 for Rondeau. a six year oldmare 1
the esteem and confidence the by Ronald.During I Dell says he has traveled recently
pnblir I In of the northern I
.1 twenty
the Ore days of the New
Mr. O. \\". Mayaard will C'O.flD-1 '(states and find the sentiment very -
market sale the total realised thelarge
ue to conduct the badness at the (favorable to bus piJ He II.. alao -
amount of K2S.000. Moat of
Present place. Avenue D. adjoining 'traveled extensively In the South and i
the lots yearling and brood
the po office, and nannies the public !i mae Soda the name response hereKKATH .
sad former patron of the same (
courteous ant liberal treatment thatrhararteriaed I i| Joe Jones. the Jockey. baa signed
contract to ride for Bel OF W. D' HILL
a August
the dealing of the old I,, 5
moot in England next year Mr. MillineryHats
Crm Belmont will campaign a stable of (Was Well h.>,.'" ad C1j.''. lusted !

n"'HJR\lI: H.U TAIK I fifty horse IB Englan. la addition !. Th* (iljr .
I to a formidable tiring on the local Si .
__ If I 1 race coone a* aaual Word has been received" IB the city i!
Jockey Davis la now In California
Outside/ ot a catch of 12.0"1(I .. ,,of the death of Hon Wm. D. Hill a 'i
exercising borax H..I\I do .m.lI..a..lllIt
pounds of Spanish mackerel to ,brother .f Jt>. W. G, Hill of Ibis '
wick Bros,.Saturday afternoon there II'make less than rldthg ItS pounds.The aa h. eaaaot I;city. Deceased was well crown In f made in our own workrooms but with the true YJ
has arrived here no catches otherthan Miami I having pent the vinuhere
those reported batardav and Coney the Island cloning Jockey; Club ID-I Jut year the guest of his! nlec Sn. Parisian note. You will recognize the French influ- )
nounce oa
mUch nail broke all records for I I anaary 'M. E. March, danch'er of Mr W

a ratche.Tb quantity.. and Indlvldoa. _1IIp&D'1 other of the stakes Suburban with aa handicap aggregate and valueof :SI of O December Hill Mr. oa Hill a train died on wharf the on:(nil th I,': ence at the first glance-not only in the graceful, unusual I,f

arrival here at one time oftwo 1''4.510 to be run la the iprtaf the
way to Lo A.ptM.1. where hewas curves shape takes and the smart
hundred thc-aaand pounds or !and fall meeting at Sbeepahead Bay going to spend thj winter' Mr. trimmings ;
won of fith practically stampeded ;The Futurity valued at f 10,COO closes Hill had B notable public career but in the poise the tilt-and it is just this \t
the mane la packing and getting OB the aame date having been mayor of Sprlncfl'ld exactly -

then away la t'. first place Yachting IB 1111 In which city he was a pr>m- how to the right which
get angle at hat should
haflt Canada a
or to do the packing could not tab-I Four yachts are bring la Incnt lawyer He seMled la Defiance I

ratche had and arrived although daring the most the of I the to compete Jamestown for th.Eipoaltloa Roosevelt They capat I I to, la the un State and In leffitU.n-e 116'" wad elected la1I7S be worn that the secret of so much of the chick of thisseason's

hoar of the morning It was late laib. ere all 17 footer
afternoon before some of tile I Inporten So highly pleased have the mem- I h* was appointed Stile millinery lies.Burdine .
could get down to the actual :hers of the New York Yacht Hub missioner of Insurance br Oo.CoID'1
tile lob for I Allen, and was elected to
vork of preparing been with tile fall rigged model of
transit north and a* a result bat I Shamrock II.. which tile la 1171 and gala In 1SSO i-vl '
two oat ot Mi car were gotten out i Watson made for the //is' tall political life deceased \1
Saturday Bight The Ice factory they. have commissioned t" eI"1,widely quoted. a strong J>nHtrr
wa. also kept on the move all day I model of the i aa eloquent orator. At the
and night to furnish Ice for the pack prepare hit: death he wa serving his second I
vlala. which was the Am.rlea'acup :
Ing and local railroad offlciala had Royal'term aa City Solicitor of Iedance.U I I
challenger In 1S71 and
to hustle to get proper cars IB position '' -rbi Cab: Syndicate' Thistle, whitswas !I He leave four daughter. .u. lng &
to receive I the fish and IreMany the challenger In 1117.The 'la Kallspell. Mont Quartennan
the worked" all I
of packer : I I
I motor boat race from Miami
ftatarday algUt the fishing crewadoing I Mill Beamed Work
I Fla.. to Nassau. B. W. I, will take ,
the aa forthe
the most of packing After having been closed down
r It was 'mnowlble to employ helpabout place on February 8th Sir William past two month, the McCrlm-
+ I .Vllaon. Governor of foe Ba-
the dock. bough i (; one exporter Gray mon saw mill at Benson has resumed -
declared there were many Idle negroe ... la taking a great interest I.I lathe work Daring the shutdown the Corner 12th Street and Avenue C Miami
standing around :I race The course la 1M statute mill was thoroughly overhauled and ,
mile The Nav- department U now better capable of more and
AVn-HALOO! LRAGVKORGANIZED: ban provided a suitable escort for ,better work than before

r M'SIAY the tiny fVet --- ..
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y At the meeting'of' the temperance 1 I Young Corbett BoalBg and Tommy Mar-1 f P. 7 -

exponent and advocate of a wet phy have signed article for a alxroaad
and dry election IB Dade county.held contest at the National A. C.
at th. auditorium yesterday afternoon i Club of Philadelphia on January t.I Thinking
the same or" the organltatloa I I They Ira to divide 70 per cent of tie Are You
was changed from Law aad Order gate receipt Both are la excellent
League. to The Aatt-Satooa Leagueof condition and the contest should be
Dade Covaty and permanent ot- 'a good oneBattling :
flcen elected at follow: :
Nelson. I I. going to Europe
F M. Hudson Nelson.. President.Edwin vice-president. (I. where h. will join his trainer Billy I I t of where to boy that next pair 01! shoes. Let
Nolan H.\II be accompanied by I'1 i >' i {
W James Rodger recording sec y 1 1J
mart I This i father whom h. intends to start ll us put in a word about the ) ladies
W G Coate corresponding arc IB business la Copenhagen, bra native I I'I'I J Krippendor
I:place It la not Improbable that ,
( shoes. Made comfortable
retaryJ : over fitting
A. Dann treasurer I i\elaon will do some exhibition workIn I easy
The meeting was quite well\ attended the big English title lasts in the
Gibson and
buslae :: Another fighter ha been '-buat". new Potay Alice longs-
tad after the st-s- I I )
loa Mia Ticker' the Bible reader Joe Grm told a magistrate la Pitta- t worth Made to if soles
delivered aa Inten-atlng I talk along I I"burg the other day that he was S. styles. wear as the

the line. etc of temperance. antisalooncrusade i!,cooped was clean of broke$150 la a poker game and ,, _. { were iron. These shoes were made to retail for r i

Thin was followed by the dlscus- I A testimonial will be given to Terry 1 ti-
: McGovera. who has insane
loa of a proposition to secure some I
noted lecturer to come hen and tour I'In Madison Square Grd..New York '
the county speaking la behalf oftemperance op January IS All the leading boxer $2.50 to $5.00 a pair r.
: Several name were I( will appear at tics benefit la ad

suggested, but ao defitlt. aches profession-al ,

takeaT\ matter of financing the f'l1II.1!f Manager.or prlre fighter are mak-

palgn against the aalooaa and whiskey .ag It their business to be very. careful Walk-Over Shoes for Men No Gentleman
trade was discussed also and la their selection of referee It
a* most flattering amount wa a.b-I j'I* not a bad Idea. The mea moat la i
ncribed. a aumb-r of visitor present I demand are Jim Jeffrie Oeo Slier $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 who cares to dress well, can be

being among the most liberal Eddie Graney and Jack McGnlgan I without an Edwin Clapp shoe.
f fOBtribator Sporting mea who make It their
One visitor addressed the meeting I I business to keep la dOle teach with These shoes have taken off first honors In their They cert high money but you get.

and said he thought it la a reflectloai the boxing game can not see what class shown In the ten
at every exposition past the latest in fashion and the best '
oa their manhood to nay thattoferls's ,chance Herman bas la his boat win
and visitors would not come Joe Gaar OB Sew Tear. Day Herman years Their success has been wonderful They American Oxfords. Price a pair
<- Mlrml and Dade county sales can well afford to look cheap
make ten thousand each day and are nowmonths
they could get whlakey Thl* I* .. U.H' la the kxwera prl*.. pair
an WNtlt: h* said th. majorityof Asked If Jeffrie. really Intendedto behind 1th their orders. We have a
visitors come hen for rest re- !go into the ring again Billy D 0-1 i $6 $7 and $8
rrwatloa and pleasure, and woald beonly !lany said: "I don't know about that / a BIG STOCK for you to select from today ,
to glad to see tile liquor bnsInxs If he i* h. better get a move oa
and talk ellmlaated" mltlty qalck A fighter cant star
The meeting of the Aatl-Saloon away from the game M toflg M Jeff
l .sgse ..11be held every Snadayafternooe Iud expect to be af (oo7 u-.y r.* -
We have received
Black CatShoes just the for
at the .aadltoriam and all ''If he doecnt harry ap and mak. ap agency Barvy
Interested are Invited to attend wen his mind there I II little use of hit

though they do not become members I tryingHOMF. -. E. Gupta line of Ladies fancy slippers

t .wnty lair U Mwrh 0 I : Foil FEDERALs AND COEDKRT8 for Little Folks in They make only fine sliopers and cater principally totheatrical l '.

It I* BBBounoed that the Dade I dainty effects, light
County Fair, at annual! event for the )(r. Phare. Bell, of Cleveland O., I people.1 Some of these slippers. retail for 150
past several yean.. will be held la t I a I'nloa soldier. of the Eighth Michigan 4 turn flexible soles, .
Their creations class I themselves I and
are in
a by
March, and though the date have regiment of infantry who lathe soft kid stock. A
not vet bees decided upon they will la city today oa his way to hit such snapp, beautiful I I featherweights we orxer saw,
be during the Brat part of the month winter home |a FlorIda. has conceived shot that Hill never
:\f r. E. V. Blackman. geral man I the Idea of establishing la
sger of the fair will BOW ban himself Florida a horn for both Union and hurt a

preparing- for the exhibition of Confederate veterans, sara the Sa- sYS2SO: 3.50 4.00 4.50 and
I Dade county products that will be vanaah Press of last Friday Mr. $ up.
shown there The aaual valuable Bell think he has a feasible plan ,
pritea will. be offered and It la the for the establishment of a larger lattltatloa .
InteaU.B of the pmmotor to make than has yet been plaaad -
the fair equal If not superior to any for tile comfort of the veteraaa .f

vet heldMr the .late would lIaploaaaD'H. hare the-home. on the Remember we sell the best that t money can buy, we want the world to know it

beautiful" coast ot Florida. H. ftetllla ExpectedCapt.
has reason to believe that Mr. Henry
W. H. McIntyre la expect M. Flagler. owner of the great East
rd to arrive la port any day now Coast Railway. would lend kin assistance
from Savannah where he went sev to the carrying oat of the The Anthony Romfh
era] day age after the aternwbeeledsteamer plaa Mr Bell also propose to }
Sattla. recently purchased take the matter ap with President
there fey the F EC Railway and Roosevelt and th. Federal authorities ,
!Intended for use on a run between with a view to having the raited*"
t h.r* *ttJ Ibv otM-r&tkxit la the kevs Sates gurerament agree to maintain Coffipallyy


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N t. ; THE NEWS AND DOINGS IN DADE(COUNTY ---l Christmas Festivities I grade to lad a teacher fee the prtaaarr .l'.

r Professions At Busy Homestead kill.Mr ST.and Mr are*. again Schaapp: here,for Peeks the y

winter occupying the NkhoUa

TERSElY TOlD By METROPOliS CORRESPONDENTS'! house Mr L B Tucker I I. hariag built .;':

Homevtead Fla.. Dee U TkChiUtmaa > one of the flnest house la Staait '

PATTERSON & ERWIN tree aid entertainment Mr Klop of Fort Pierce la the iIrdllt"t

given: Chriatraaa night by the Sunday of the building Slowlybut .

AttorDey..AtLaw.wm.n.t.e -- -- -- -- I school children at Redlaada surely sad haadaomely Stuart '.

school house was a great aucceaa cro. 1
.. all en".,..Saw. aad r..ra1.i Recent Cold Did Some Damage To Trucking Crops, But No One Is Discouraged, And :Each and every participial deserves Mr Seville has had his cottage '
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special mention.' mused back and a two-story pert of ,
aa4 ...-.... Land T. r l e.
P o. boT r. .IUIL nJ I All Are Going To Work With A Will To Replant-All Seed Beds Were Sand The Urge and enthusiastic audience four rooms added. to the froai
I showed their appreciation' and When completed, the hove win .;

a. L CJU.tu.DENTIST.. And Citrus Trees Suffered Very Slightly-The Story Of Progress And delight by frequent applaaae The' .grrtitly add to the appearaaee ofIveaue .
table***. The Christ Child and Rock:.
: Prosperity, Zeal And Energy, On Every Hand Continues. of Age were very effective' I and la -I Rev O. Bo ga. from Keateck Pha. t
I "been rut to Stuart a* pastor ofhe '
preaalve under the ray of the ca.
church He I* expected. to be
clam HghU 1
04s ". .._ marinas. here by sat Sunday.Mr. .
At the conclusion of the program I
",. c..... A'... D..4 UlS 1M..*. I Delray. Dec 21- A meeting of Ing ao well provided for 'iy th<- conference aad fraita suffered' considerably! but Santa Claaa arrived and the hearts Gosling from Mississippi. I II

afU.hI. rLOIHDA.u the Planters' Packing and Preserving While the pastor la a 'I the farmer expect the prices to advance of the little ones were made happyby here loklag after his property laeresta -

Co. stockholders was held' at the traager to the people. he la noj In consequence and this sir the distribution of the presents+ sad eajoylag Hotel 0..- r

r. ATznrsojr I canning factory at i o'clock Thur i j I I stranger to the people of Dade coun'ty. mean la the end less vo-k tom the \ from the haaddomety decorated forth +\

ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'called' to order' b>' Mr W W Black- West Palm Beach twelve year ago crop uninjured All pineapple, I the program: art ,now. DttrI II betas the ..% a

% 'I' mer bat In the absence o( advice ,; Mr*. Walker' and son and Miss not matured and left on plat tb Pra'IPr-A4dr of welcome '.1st
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w v If doubt exists that S..
Ier..Yawiia* s4 TaJea.etair ra. from Mr. J R. Parrott. the mee\ ; I'nderhllL of Fort Baa.lager. are tbe fields are damaged '.> *"'k an \ Henry Wetr.Rf'dIlUolI. any ore l.

raMtc<< I. Oatm. tog had to be postponed, to await visiting Mr and Mr, F. C. Milton extent as to make them unmarket Hlldar aderson.. sages sad grape fruit grow la Sta
U-.* Is ....u BalUlM advice from the railroad official this week 'art let the doubtful one ee the .
I able.Tho Recitation Ohio Boat grove of Mr Robert "' n_.. laalae.
MIAMI FLORIDA Mr W. D. X IUber.. who .rrl" ,| Mlaa Charlotte Milton a teach Chrietmaa entertalnaoeat of .KeciUUoa. BoUln Soper color and fla\or they are hard f

j I ed here a tbort time ago In a very ,la one of the Fort Baaalnger I(he M. E Sunday school was held: Recitation Marguerite Anderson ,to beat ".

run down condition physically l* |11* visiting her father and on Christmas In that church Recitation Bessie Boat
. ENLOB Dentist lomcl I IICllonl'l. night Mr Homer Wltham" I* clrcalatiaga ,.
JILLESPIE gradually talllag sad will be aem 'i daring the holiday and I A large! congregation assembled t., Recitation Otto frorick petition for the wet and dry eler- .

I to the hospital in St Augustine In I II stay will visit Miami and enjoy the holiday enterulument Recitation Irving Metr. lon Moat of the good men of S...
ElyCaa: I I a day or twa I Beach with her friend MM! Under The ...
Recitation Russell Boai | nianagement assigned toMian art have slca-d and all the wosaea

ti CIT1CE-T..ltr .a1W... ,i Ur and Mr*. Verrell' and Mr. i I i hill Imogene Kllby and Mia Ethel Recitation LJlllaa Park would like to.MILM .

a./iDLUCa as L. 5..l vsdYILKI. and Mr CD Spark and son lav* i Christmas festivities at Del- Sterling' and a movt plO>UIDIC program Recitation NoUbeJIe Boa I,

FLORIDA.U. i arrived' In Delray and are now located Tray I passed among the bur -b.-. In was the result of their nntlr- Recl'atlon. Walter Anderton '

i In their new home on Swlntonvenne | the happiest possible manner and tag effort to make the entertainment Recitation Benjamin Fltipatrtek Liss: E:. B.XXKTTT '1IlK.D

i I \ for the winter (the sentiment of the seaaon *e!ra..d a brilliant one after only ten Recitation )I r. C. O. BoaaI .
.% RU.'! fI"l
". JIllTUI, L D. 1 Mr R. M Sherwood and tai I Ito be "Peace on earth good will\ day*' practice and rehearsal I II II Recitation' Alice Fltipatrick ;1

George G. Stacy are la Went Palm I to men" and altogether It wa lb. I -
Much credit I I. due to Recitation Madeline Bon.Recit.tloll.
each participant ; :
8omepsthtwt. '
I best Christmas ihLtown. I II i I lore .
Beach today hopping and looking ever spent In Marl Koael From Dally Metropolis, 1The /
I aiuai Orrics: Mrs. !>._<.*>' A....CB after bnsinei maU n.IrS'n.: for the excellent manner in ;
..**. <..4 *. SLMBit I which each aefrctlon wa rendered Hymn. many friends here of Prof !
soot aa the to bay furniture The stores In general did. yet,
goes agent
George E. Bennett prinrlpal the
TUT* an 111.1 I I Thone who gave recitatatiooere: Tableaus "The Christ Child"Song. s
for a home on Swlnton avenue satisfactory holiday business Midmost Miami Public School will to -
FbcaiKA. lanes Doris Crega: Ida Snaw HaselWackerman. Benjamin Klrkpatrick regret ;
I I for parties who will arrive In Del- of them found It necessary \.. I lean and sorrow with him la the I
I net Harvel, and Mnv Tableaux, "Rock of Agea"gong.
ray at an early date remain open' Christmas morning lees Ivan Green and Roy Harvel Jaa. Fltipatrlck death of his wife, which occurred aRoanoke. .
The choir of tile ME. Church !On notable feature worthy of favorable .
a. ruDl&1CK. Va.. laat Monday afternoon '
Jon A selected sob was' ireadered'Mra b" Santa Claaa eaten and childrenaing \
South held social Wednesday : commeat was the fact that i ,
i a meeting :
at a.S* clock' In oaklagof
CIVIL ENGINEER Hick Allen and Miss Elm Silent NIghL"From
evening at the home of Mr* Ino drunken men were seen on the I i
the death of Mr*. Beaaetl the
who bad the
Kllb,. Scripture reading by Miss the many pleaaare -
ASp SURVEYOR.Uaary Hick Allen I'streets and BO place where drink ;
Roanoke Evening World
Imogene Kllb,. Mia E. E. Sterling of attending the eaterulnment. "'I'f'
r.MM tar Mas a* ira.. ParaealataaMtWa I, Lumber baa arrived to be used could be bought or had was up n presided at the Intermingled only pulse la board for Mr Henry While It wa' knows that was .
a1.*a a* ..*-Dlre4ad &<.r iu Trun.tttwow In the building of the new public to lure boys and men away from the organ
ri..... throughout the program were song Metra and teachera for their tI :.- la a serious coadltloa her death wasa .
"Mgbter for the canal crossing at the family Bmlde. For this, the' clti- I
MIAMI FLORIDA.. i i ,I befitting the day by the school and (I I tiring efforts la making the erasing great shock to her fimlly aad
foot of Atlantic avenue' !t la expected ten are very thankful and are determined congregation a success and one long to be remembered frlead She was takes 111 with appendicitis

I the new ferry boat will be In that no saloon shall creep about a week ago and laat 0'Saturday ;
H. UCEKOKIT commission In two or three week. In to mar Ibe happiness and *'!!lfai,. I I After the rendition of the p.... taken to the 1 .
I I I Mr and Mrs Thomas Brewer was hospitalDr "
S. I I: a* Mr K. K. Lyman baa chargeof of the community I. gram a large assortment of suitable entertained Christmas day at their Ben Jolla_. of Richmond, wassett

REAL EST A T i the' building of the lighter and Since bat Friday TXray has et':. presents' were presented to the hospitable home Plnecroft Cover for and operated oa her butIt ';
I work will be rushed perienced' a part of the cold snap scholar from teacher and .
om.r..1 for twelve and at each waa too late, peritonitis havingset
WC.T Pa55,51 Caa.arrMIAMf t.tNOCos Aln I I Rev C D. Ward the newly appointed prevailing through tbe State Hof the Sunday school and were placed la "
IOTA.T .ue pastor of the M. E. Church This la the longest continued coM I but not the least was the prereau.lion plate was a dainty aouvenir The
STATS .t LAaul I teenier I the table was basket "Mrs. Bennett was one of R. a
piece on a
has Just been transferred to tile pell la the history of Delray oldest by the superintendent of the :
of terns and cat flowera ok. moat estimable youag women
FLORIDA Florida conference from the Indian Inhabitant one night only In the school to the scholars and officer. exquisitely :
I and Mra possessing many lovable trots of
i, Territory, and the member of the five had frost visited the town, but : an elegant lot of tangerine oranges arranged Mr ,
Mr and Mra character She was one of tM moM
: Brewer'' guests were ;t
i church' are highly elated' over the three other nights Ic* was fmudla which were' distributed la a very ,
H. P. BRA/M/NING./ F. K.Cooper Miss Francis Loots active worker In the Hrst Baptist ,.
I Iu..r |! fact that they have succeeded In be- Some place. The vegetable fields liberal manner
Mr*. Finch Mra Merck' .Mra. Boee, Church
aN c.-. rPreispl Mr. Virgil Orinaell and K_.... N "Mr* Bennett wa. a daughter! of :

An.tIIa.. Cascn IcfcrwK: I 01! farming: here lost their crop In thecold credit to themselves. and tnitructor B. Han and Thomas Merck ofEaaU. the late DtJ. L. Stone for may \
h .fussy$I IW I Pompano spell bat like the other sufferer The tree wa loaded with Christmas .. FlaMr year a practicing physician In Roa '4:

are imlllng and trying ngaln presents, trimming, etc. and something V. M. Grlnnell leave Saturday noke. She leave her husband and

West Palm Beach :: Florida i I Ih Are Not DiscouragedPompano The freight station and tide track for all the school The tree night for Palm Beach fur the I lafaat (child mother. seven broth I.

present' a busy scene all hour 01 was a beautiful sight winter era and one alater" '.'

i the day Fertilizer U being hauledto The Baptist Sunday school had Prof Rennet who came to Miami "
Mr and )I,.. Junlu T. Wigging-
.j i-trs T.siiroKxs I the different farm and severalcar heir tree on Christmas night It ton are entertaining a house part I at the beginning of the present r:
1 I load of lumber have been nu Vri one of the pretMert*tree* nerD school term and assumed the princlpalkhlp "
ATTORNEY AND i Fla.. Dec 11 Las In Lemon City The children daring the holidays Including Rt.
( loaded the put meek The various of the Miami PllbU.chno' s..
8. M. Vtlgglnton and Mr* J. 8
COUNSELOR AT LAW. week the Metropolis gave the Pompano m,, h.Dtl are receiving large quantities who took part la the exercise did Frederick of Miami learned of the serious illness of his 'fo''

o..w and 4.1 R MM ..... .55.5 Iw new note a headline'the' of good on every train. it l I. excellently All did well bat especially Mr H. 8. Scott and )I,. Frank wife last week and left at once for "!
rM.Utj a** P.l sal kI... M4. Shipping On at Pompano Please hustle, hustle, hustle hate and will fine wa the solo of little Miami Roanoke being with her at the timeof r
Ont.o w.Ho; BKIAML -0-: LackBcalFLORIDA. I change It this week to 'Shipping be ao until the farmer. get to taipplng Ruth Caldron and one by Marion Wiggins went and to Monday ona death '1
business pleasure trip
Off at Pompano," but aa Flnnegan Swain and a recitation by little
Mr. T. Brewer la the only ladyIn
said, "We'll soon be on agin." tot, Misses Peat I DeaRocher. Hazel Filer the Homestead who has ORDER FOR nBUCflO\: ;
I after the extreme cold ..."e. every and Hazel DeiRochep. .- .
the honor of kilting a deer so far
W. C. MA YNARD. grower la this locality la busily engaged The minister of the Methodist' tbla seaaon In the Circuit Court .....t. Juitc

,I In replanting and resetting Arch Creek Had A Church Rev Mr Patterson and wife The frnit and orange t".. are unhurt lab Circuit Dade county, Flala :

Some mall crop were caved by being left Wednesday morning for their' by the recent, cold wave, but Chaacery-Bill for Diverse
covered' DOW field of work His many ac- George B. Well k
the tender vegetable are aomewhatdamaged rva.
Small Freeze
Bat It sorely was cold the thetMtBeter : LossArch .ualataacea and friend here wish S
I kim much
varying from 1-- to It degree aucces Ella: ""e'la. ;
nef''Jf'.p .1 New Tearservice '
the coldeat morning Two It appearing by afldarit of CeorgeB .

> JEWELER AID OPTIOAW.Parfeet mornings there was Ice In all vessels at the Baptist church: on Wells complainant, lied. ta show 7

containing .water Everyone ha.forgotten I New Tear's eve All are cordiallylatited Gossip and DoingsAt stated caaae that Ella Wells the d.- :
.. tttinf, wearier daaaea II to attend.
7 ( however Creek Dec ZI-During the .
., ... that It baa been fondant herein named la a aoa-reel- I.
ooafort. u.
are t great recent cold spell the toermomeUishowed The frost bas done much damage
cold. Not a penon li looking bu+ dent of the State of Florida, end that :
sire aiparaM* and tarp expenenoethwra 1 around Lemon City Stuart ,
U low a* 14 degree for a killing aearly Thriving
because their winter '
U so guess wort. Pros reae crop* are iron, all the toamt.... bean potatoes Her present residence la uakaowa lethe '
bat Ice
period BO was' formedeacept
.aM W. repair Watehea, Clock, although very few had started to ecgplanta eucumb. sad affiant; that she I I. over the age
IB .. pepper
a single Inattdrtu
Jevertv and 8pectax-Ua. A portla ofyc ahlp Pompano residents are made other vegetable and Injuring of SI yearaaad that there' la .. eaeIB ,
. tl sr trade a.ked for. mooted. As.Mee of the right kind of staff and a.'hUo. of a portion of the pljrle manyorange 4
are )I this Mate whom
\ D betsr_ Itth and Itth 8U. this morning .11.,.. an estimated grove, a* well a* grapefruit Stuart, na, Dec If- la spite of i upon legal service
going to have some of the Baeatl damage of SI per sent to tomatoes, lime, lemons, Ira.".. pears and the cold weather Christmas was a caa be made It la therefore orderedthat y.
W. e:. MAYNARD, vegetable railed in thl eo..t,. 'I ete. mangoes Some of the planter are great day here Every family II... said aoa-reldent. defendant be ':

Jewataraad Aradaaat. OwrtrtaJB watch ..d.'aee If they dOIl"I I|I IMr Vegetable on high land adjoin preparing' to pat In other crops and Its own obaervance by way of a big and I* hereby required to appear to ':

J. W, Umstead baa bought !i lug the prairie are deitroyed, demonstrating we sincerely hope they will have no I dlana -. gift, etc, and for the bill of ,complaint filed In sail

a fine horse making in all thirty-'' the advantage of wet ; more bad luck of the children, a tree mall'j cause on or before Monday.the fourth .

two hore1n this town Mr Htn- I damp lands over high dry In'tds. )lr. Charles Smith la busily engaged I The three atore here ( day of February A. D., 107 otherwise ;:

son has also invested IB a hone, ICb la contrary to the general be this week ferillltlng' his fine a fine llae of goods so there was little 1 the allegation of said bill wine

PATENTSGASNOW wagon and harness 1". Not the tendered growth on grove' need of sending away for Christmas I I taken aa confessed by said defendant .

i Mr R W.Gardner'* wheelwright orange or grape fruit tree Nearly everyone In Lemon City t* gooda An unusually large j .

'land blacksmith shop I* doing a good has beea damaged Banana*.howevt. vnfferlng with severe colds I causedby number of package passed through I'I It la further ordered that this order 1

.a rL..rrr ..e' areaa bualnena Dick !his order for two lose their leave, aa do very small the radical. change In the weatb the postofflce and also express office be pub'labed once a week for

p... ass .err tr rsrww s..rsaL ingle' wagon! a two-wheeled can I eocoaaut tree. ;era eight consecutive; wees a la the Miami ;

# oe.5vaas.Lrl..e .. and a buggy He has his hand A frost here I* not considered a Dr. aad Mr*. Retard Mr and Metropolis' a newspaper published la
Lea wls I
sM e. ,
"i a-.rM./.a.a yr. I full all the time and wanta a flratI great calamity aa it Insures to this Mra Schnapp and Mr and Mr*. said county and State

LvM Ydttyr..y hsA.fa.taalvdy. I claaa helper If business keep up section a monopoly of the vegetable Christmas Passed Beaaey took dinner at the Dan forth Miami!. Fla. this JTlh day of November '

-I ..s sew..rr star nr e.. aa It baa lately he will ned' two market, and subsequent high \.'Ic-I House, which I I. noted for its But A D. 1/". I II

.1 wast.ovo., e. C.'la helper |ea .I't.. has ben the txperieBce dinners Mr and Mr Robert I Ct.Ct. Seal) A. K. Drerbora
Cold weather' doesn't hurt the ; of oar truckera. Two I Quietly At Boynton McPherson, Mrs C 8 Haney and Clerk of the Circuit CourtW

Mush bnalneaa )(r. Jams' Mc- (| year ago for Instance, bean Mlsa Evelyn pent' the day with Mr I. 1IIf't' alf. By W M Pope'. DC

Comb's pigeon broke the lee la''j jrkelr jmaaded lit per crate for a com'l and Mra. Wltham Solicitor for Comp.alaaat:

bath tubs two morning to get'!time, and although th* crop were Mia McPherson who Is home

Her regular dally bath It I.was i limited owlag to damage by frost' i. from Sutherland College' : for the holiday NOTICE: TO CRKItlTORM

enough to make a person shiver to ''it was till banner year for profit I Boynton Dec' : St Christmas *. had a* guests for Christmas i.

I +. 7 .8..: watch them, ten or a doses IB la lower Dade paaaed off very quietly here everyone Miss Edna Wltham and Miss Ethel la Court of the County Judge.Stateof

.. tub at once all enjoying the tII"'l county aIr probably realize IS per celebrating at home on a imall Baker Florida Dade county
with the thermometer .scale. Santa Clans came alive to Mr and Mr*. George McPherson
at 1*
crate thirty day after shipments I i In re Estate of Matilda A Mortal ;
Mr tllt. ma"a bas aa apple begla Fortaaatelv. few of {]the children of Hypoluxo and Boynton -I entertained the Kruger family on To all\ creditor, lega'ees. dlatribu. .

I tree bloomed time age the seed bed were damaged. because I oa Saturday before Christmas Christmas day tee and all persons having claimsor
l Intosl and now has apple It of and He proved to be Uncle CharlieCharUra The Misses Fanny and AmaadoI
y ut i on a* large a* protection replanting : demaada against said estate
from Dimlck Island with I Baker of Jupiter' are here for the .
j walnut It la feared the cold weeta'er ,will go merrily oat Yon and each of you are hereby .e
'I a pocket kalfe for boy and nolMara
I win prevent them from Maturing: every girl notified and required to
prevent any
although they doe"t show alga -- IB both towns and treated black and Mr James Tucker spent' Christmas ,
any 'Ulms and demanda which' yon or .

-elms it ltijI.w... of being damaged.Pineapple Excellent Exercises forgets white alike.the children Uncle, especially Charlie never 011Cllrlatm. la Mrs Miami A I Hayarth bad her Sunday either of you may have mlstt the .
i plaits were nipped bat I estate of Matilda A Moffat. dfIr.d. ... -
{ the ... school claaa of nine' girls at her
MANgas cold, but no damag has rinUed late of Dade county. Florida I Iethe
home Game and
Frank Canon tr.pp.'Dd hunt on

Ask yew awvvlealcr far this aupervnanaac. Injured Some some young loosing nrange new trees grownowhile were. Enjoyed At lemon City er In the Everglades, came In Christmas inch refreshment, ai delight children )laid anderaped estate within admlnlatratrli two from.f
H be dot uet hadW it other were aalajured. night missing his usual timea made the afternoon a long uses
and aa tm aaa a'4 adder wiUywvr Mra T. H. few day to celebrateMr to be remembered Mabel Dyer got he date 'f'rl'Of. \
Chapman, who U I.i. la '
_an* sal adder and lac. far **aat>1.e l 1. a private sanitarium at Oriaado.con- M. C. Hardee. went to lenses {the prize la tile rake which wa I Dated MUml Fla November' :'. .

copy KcfMlaff pcb tje. Messes tlnue to Friday morning on a business trip. | a haadsome silver pin \ D UOIi
Improve and her Chrintmasl
W. ,.,.. I maay Lemon City Dec SI- The Merry Capt and Mr C W Pierce Instead of the usnsl Jeanie \. BmMlordmlnlstraTl
Ca. .. I friend here will be very glad to tee Chriatmaa1 foryouag Wednesday tree, the Sunday school each \ nf the eotate uf t
.an PaMUka**; her heme with Its Jon and ion spent Tuesday and I gave I
a Nat XM aanat .tow Yw.. Yep I aoon sad and gone In town with friend Captain member a beautiful booklet containing Matilda 4 Moffal, dx-ea.edvrmic
Mr "
M M Smoke went' to Sanford OdET'Z. I
once more. observed Prim Is on the' boat Fortuna and a photo of the pastor

1 i to spend Christmaa with Mn.Smoke's the day by making other happy aadeetewlag I this II his first time In port *lne of the aleers and a Chri ".
pareata Mr*. Smoke aaa He which a.m..1 Take notice that I will the
little gift of friendshipand September SI U glad to tw poem greatly pleased prn'
: A Vwmtm VlahenMai
been HI at her parent home hat I*
love. back In Boynton once more. members. ippllcatioa of Mary Nosh for a :
One of the meet eathustaatlc a. now reported" aa being entirely recov The Christmas tree given by the Mr. Allen Pence spent' Friday In The C E. Society' held a I pardon. oa rehearing to 'he pardonIng t

veil a* aucceaafal women fishermen :, eredPompano Methodist Sunday school oa Christma Palm Beach' oa business. 1 Christmas service under the leadership 1 board on the flnrt Thursday of '.

ever visiting ibis port U Mrs Ie..- has BO one oa the kk eve was well attended In spiteof Miss Row Pierce, of Key Wet, of Mrs C 8 Haney and January. or as soon thereafter a* I ;

mona BlaJne. of Chicago who withbee I list everyone too busy to get alckMlaa the cold weather The program ta the guest of Rise Lulu. Harper rplte of the cold weather. there nat be heard The appliraat was ,

son bas keen (,pending the past SUatoa left for St. Augvatlne was excellently planned and exeruted oa Palmetto street a good attendance Mrs Ora 1.1 oaticted of murder' ai the fall terns

week at the Royal Palm In three |I Wednesday. night to attend tni .. The little folk did full Jnatice The frost 1M' ao -f damage Pomeroy leads next Sunday >f th* circuit court for Dade county. '.

days ashing Mr*. Blaiae laceeededta I teacher convention to-tbe training they had received here. yet various plaata are badly In a missionary meetingThe Florida. 11)7 I .

laadlag SS klagtah. S hlrraceuta. I I Mr Plafler sad Mr BeUamy.tweIgeatleaea from their teachers, all of then aeorched. No ODe loot their tomato public school haa a two wreka I Wl'llaai! C Ho4a.... .s.
1 amackerel as1 tarp grouper. I from Orlaado who vacation So far they have fal'ed
anti j: performing their pane with great plaata & Attorney for PetlUoa,


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On OPltda': 1.n"MM lliuthe South I _

will u' l-brtte it! .' .'ii hiindi , .. ) ( ( ) )
of ill- huh of G lira'l :
"i II Ii', :M.r1a' '" Tan e ..1'I 'n a h.'I'I"' i i i and i p'' ,H..M, out I I I I
., l Rob 1: leer. and 111.- Punta Kai-w Hotel' "urt1" a
I >t" I.- I ,- n i I. "d. .1' I h tii I. fnlluwing p 'r_ons, |I rt prnrlim Iii I ins
> .lonnil ...1 lo I II era. with all iiuitentit war d."trm..dhy
.. | iallm< for a general oiseranc ui
.' ,.. ,, ,. :
i" I I I.' I I" \ > .. 1 fin tut
I 'I'| n' i ot 'h< d.h .- sinidn morning
.' ,. .. ,ih. day art no* Inline IUII..I i 1 l 10, h. ; i
1\1 '""I \1" v 1.; i m. \ I. ., .: ..IL i. -I \ 'ai .
,- .,,,, '.. ..',,1 I la ., 1 x .ctl." ',,d..1 1 \\ \I N ,,a i, 10.' tot ar .I E: I Ko>.eruor of hi \n t 1\ Souuhi: r i Ih.- n.'" $ ?>" mm Mrth"xiui (t> inh/ I II

TI|fi, )"i. ,. ,,i that nr ;.I"I"mt I I i' h in,, a-h tin It J Peck. Stale.. the folio* ii-; in 114 I h. I.... al Ii.u turn .ias <1..illi ,it,'d 1 1 last i SUII-

t i '.. .h U', II M KM, ', ash da} nioinirg' I
i- -n n in 'I"r.\"o..r i S.i u' nuilKaled bv don rn": N; II itl, ,, 1 rH
I M i.! li\ 'h.. il. .u'n,,,, I' \\ I .' h t', t'harlie:; anili I I
l'L 'h. i'r |,"" .p" I t I "i iti i t'ii- > : :S: onklin each $JM ard. ol FiOridelu If i"r......nplans/ d.n'if t1ii"i err : l'
,. in ate"! .nt .. 'h i 'thi 'h.t'l. i .h SIII..J W \HW| of ih. on hundtid in Tat.a' l K 'Oil '0 h..\t an 'Ii'| to.J.ifiirnitiire '"
I ." '.1 T II. I ItmtiKik tr \\ -""i i ...h r'" i 1)1 (iiairlinx, : j1 nlrn.) #f the hir'n of iv,..1.l \ r. 5'1i1.uutal' I 1t
I of the cal" in'll .-1 h: f. l ..1 U. lilt, t..>rh t. .Indict I-: lee. It <-..IIIM ,HO,, "i i,, i "i. t6|, .' 'u'e

l Ii tidislm, .nd "tuted IhaikI.'. ., lit Mi, I "r.. Nind'n. ia.h l : a p"lt'lallHIfion fiuni. 'h < ,,'l 1'< !i'.k. \ ., are committing: d< i>n'da- J
i .1"nor. fo! thi niakUiti: 1 n c F' P; F. t t. r < ash ilO I' Tone. Inn to a Hill It abli. .Ifliratlni, ol ihiert ion!s on ih. or,1111:i !gr \..- In ho -- -- -- .
'rl', -fin l t 1..1 I It K.-lllv !)> J \ Maiiiiue <' moilil 1 U approprlnti. and Tat arm sett ion of ,iln' btal. !
II Ih I b nln<- nl...'tin;.: of I tae dI ,. ; and E \".II. for MM" n. timely Gtn !IA''' na one of ih' :
I' OI.tli pr.c...dng'th, .. .'r. .t drill Tnr I I. 'Itik. hithis and f',i,,','ra. 1\ lost rounded characters r the I The \ C I I. H"ih".y \\s punning' : i
> .1 t>'"gin I Mi 0.>nr sd s. hmld S H \ ilnnan. laundry ,, J n Rrllx .orld. hlai,>i>' He win an tcronipllvhetl I sonic exfntlve ImproM'ment* to ts, '' Do You Need A
w made u m..mrn.of the '!+-I".r'- |h. ash fl"1 S \ lit-I. h..l. box ..cho'sra' Chrivtiin, n.<-ntilnun :Ibouth Florida lines \11 mill be i -
D.. nt and thi. foll... lni;; resolution: ilKaro diillv !irvftpaiMr for liberal I ait Immortal mllltar 1t..I.< I[ male ux eirlv ax poaslhleMr .
I I' -..-dliuist' ruiiM>r' Miami Kf llIxwn and u* No alIDP. |fwrhapa. In a1;I DIP I I1 ,

I u. h M. Min I has a class Cnaranu Co rash $Z5. Mm t'ate. realm* of crating off,'r* a flue r *-t- : leo O Rutler bade tountri '
.II. .11 i tens who at all time are Ini rash 110: Mr.E I* Qnarternian amii'e for th < imuUtlon of our effi lent .r
< tax a *e "or arrlted In the
"i I i'rogrer .lIr ...11aDd realizing |laud 1 M Rimlm rash 125 7apfrtro youth ti...n ih. name of this IIIt..Ic| city sierdat mornlnK
t 10 spend
\ a
,h"l no O'her' department of the banquet ; Mr J. H. Scott knlchlK. nnnherefrili
few data Mr Btitlir who IB one New Suit? .si
i. to\'rnment Ia more neLn' \\' II Chaillp i. Son, and A Kauf \\' It Ift rp<]u..t''..1 l lTKIrut ''nr the bent known eml nutncfr; on .sI
h .IT .' fir d""aTIl1\f'nl." and conjld mann nl'turcs' for hall Mine I>n. -Thpt all the whois nf the east I
coast came ::0 \\est Palm
e "'f 'h' hind work en..rl>.ni-ed bvh pont. fln" banjo; Charles !Lone, ra iInirw the state rah brace January liih Itia'h for the of

hi..t .and l 'hi entire mmhrr- for pool table: Kirk (I190i I in uh mat ae may: be "UKCepd : the rare course purpose In Lakeortb.sarveylng to
shin, ae feel doiiblj grateful In the rUar. : Max 7apf box cigars N
; ; ( bthe n:anoRein.'nt of K n h 'b.i aced the latter
"part of nf'tt month
t ?.wing' : imlillr pirlted
i nark, of our '|'pni'tutlon we Avitoriatlon. '.Kt.tpd h>' citizens. one ,, 8erond--lt U further *in.t,. ,.t 'd and of Annual 1
riRitta the
: rare Palm I.n
h, ,-"., I. t,?'.r ,iote nf th.'nks and ha teair nf horxam' that of \ .> ,
every camp:| ttrji>' undTery I'.,,. boat Auac'i.itiou \r| llui
l ramp of Sons of th" SI..I' :arc lei ,nd (apl Oeorfti: .\nlrpIII'1\
i hen brottgh up by train to the range for k recognition .if the onhi -
Will Ballast Track From laout thi roars and act takik:
,llan s ot operations Ut working I i aDd i garrlfke of (hit heroic cool In arler which wont the boii\ I Sewell'sTailoring
ft'.II'lldll11' during the winter thelong '
this tnoretnent the camps we knowtwill '''I 1 ly made for the pnrpone. will "be
Miami To Jacksonville !: haul and interruption of pasiiket hate the cordial '
gjmpaitn' and pined, Ir. their .proper positions and
and '
freight tialn traffic I>* .
amltifnce of (hi Daughter
I then practlcrlljr\ everything al I thin
prevented, but a* KOOI. a* the win I I I .
-- ',' Other Southern. States whichhave ,nd of the line will "be ready for
uhedule has
ter < been abandoned the
Dot shade Isev K birth da* .. hul-| the "\"nl". which will dOllol\\ ,
<: all bring
Far 'hi. poet y.-tr or more tkc wmk on the other end of the line .
: Ida, it i hoped will follow a like ,great crowds of \people to Palm
IF C Hat.a: Onmpanv ha been will be d. 1| rour*. and In future. three. lout'ill. Benrh and \\'....1 Talm Beicli -_ I EstablishmentBig \:
enlaced In balUitlag the track of Thousands of car of crushed rock '' er with hone State which hate already Tropical Sun I Ij

tb road he ultimate object being hate already been minted. hauled and J: declared II a legal) hnlido ; .

in I*I last It all ha war from Jack, plm-ed on the track though It I I. will a* near at they can agree osa j I Mr F O Worth of the \'nitedSutea I
said thai the tack I* jet In its Infancy I I similar plan for lit ..
Bunvill. to Miami. but up lo the I general .1..1 i ibratloa ) Flub Commission. who ha I
and ttit .1.11I still lake In the South '' been on the Fish hawk for '
preteDt time the wdrk has been confined several
a almost entirely on the north countless thousands of car of the I' "In tfstltnonr whereof I have unto I week exH-rlmontln)5| ) In mullet hatch line of f new 1907 Spring woolens
end of the line. starting at South material lo complete the ballastingof : set BIT hand and railed the great, Inn left Sunday for his honie In
Jxi kvontilk-. and hating been completed I the three hundred and silty-Ux' I heal' of the State to be stilted at the Beaufort N C Mr Worth did not

some little) ill me ago us far miles of track from Jacksontille to '' capitol' 'In the c' T of T.'lahsswe> ; nivrt with any rucce In IlI t'blolnlllll..l arrived.
south a* SI 4uffudne Miami A year or more will be'tonminid hit the $lith! day of December; : ( aa the mullet spawn wa* not just These suitings are by
In the
work but
::otTurn l Ij his teen spread at oth when ''IS"t at the right: stage for hatching, as
t e'- points but It was not until teslerdat completed the F E C Railway will B Bro.ard. Oo ', nn,- long: a* they remained In the river
that ant wofk has "been done not only Iw the only rock ballasted ", "BT: the governor: any they ware not prepared to catch far the prettiest we have ever shown
railroad In Florida but of the '
I on this -nd of the line A section one U. Clay CrawfordSecretarr them after they went out of the rlT
nest In the South
gang ,Is now at "work Just north of of State er Into the ocean It was quite a
th eta" Unit* spreading: the rock. The Dade County rock I I. said to In his city< Tle Anderson (':oml'. disappointment, InIr: Worth that ---- ---- -- -- ----- ------------ --
and 'h. arnoiior-nlfnt is made that U e*|>.., lall) adapted to l ballasting: I C. ,'., l'ollf'ft Daugh'e1! > of (hefonfedernrv he did riot niuceed. as he Corked

., lar<<. fore will ko engaged, from ay it soon 8..lIhIIrnly about the 11"1' and Son of \etirm. hard to accomplish the devln'd re M R. G Schroter of Njew York has just arrived ana taken
n.iw 'ni working kiorih fiotn this and rails and makes them the ...mtol lire prep-yinc to make ,ihr neni .. Milt of i the artlflrlal hatching of mill charge of the and
cutting of
|ir, ntI as if !bedded In solid rock The ...ill..Uf'r dar In (the hlntnn nf ih..Ir lit Mr Worth sac < there Is an manufacturing our tailor
I lb. ensp. for '1\(e hiftlng of 01 e\p 'nse (tinned to this work will I organization and to (hit
e 'it.i l is igned to the tai, I that also: he something enormous a* aiari. 1 are now at work on a |program of Morlda. and that with the proper In the largest shops In Ne'* York and can cull
'h haulm of.I h.w', roc'* trains .,. ton-' f thai ... .... .. you as
> labor rs are kept ( mill\ t>e a brfli Inv, r 'nmemoratlcn oh-'n". ot the sat: law, ;>rote
it,,' iug' : h.. winter, _son w-riouslt/ "lantlx' el.i the quartx the I.d. of the mme .mil fine IIIK; th..m there alwai aitl'e! plenty ncbby a suit as you could 1sh for. We guarantee a good

h niiw| ri-d b.. |Prl.H4Higi-r and freigh: .. If' lix <.M>cial 1 train. and 'on-I'of the 84n'h'a (greatest soldier and of them He-iihlnks oar lass are fit of we keep the clothes.

ti ,i* Thi rock: .t,. mined and aI"l i lading nd pat king bj a hero Tlir program In full ill b.. coo.l and "'''tJd bo at rldtlynfnrt .
n-h d at Ri.idite onih ..1 Miami crew of non published later id :New, bmtrna UrtezeMUM -
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: kt:\ \t.l. (III so\\ I 'I

Suits made in .
Portland !Maine Jan X The I
Pine Tree Henm"I Club. which hanrereited

\ We Wish to Avoid the After can Imo Kennel dn a beni charter Association h show'Iron IOtIoThprf'the opened Amerl a : I 4 days. Pants

ire exhibits from all part of New (1 '
Kn,(land and the attendance .of fin made in 1 day

; ller ill eery large There are ; / / ,

The Dullness come; taluilile p' Uf. including, $Z"" ._ _. ,
Holiday ron'rthut..d' I' .
IIrm. by on land bntilu.sOTI i --- -- -

---- I I Prices our prices wd: ,
Uc.\/: \ ( !>: c.xJ: ,.
r be the lowest possible '

ID th-. tint lilt ('onrt. :seteath Fu 'el consistent with the f
and we have the goods to do it with and our stock ditl.I In rhtmertKnphtmia I'in'nit. I>ade ('nuntv Florida / cy s :; llty and workmanship .

will be kept up to its usual high standard f Irent Hnlieni VH bias fin I A)

It b\' affidavit Pndeo I
appearing: apt| I .
of excellence and completenessIn to the hill In the abote stated cause / Suits Chicago or New
'that Alex Klnlocm the defendant
herein named U of the Slate of A York made 13.50 to $25

Florida hat been ab..enl for more

than sissy dll"<. and onceard! him
I'self va that service rannni IM- had.O.r - { :
Furnishings Ih,' age of tmenttoneear*, ,
It i I. therefore ordered that .Mid non- : Suits made In our own 'r

.; AW have an uptodatetook of tt'tson anti other ,standard I t..I.If'OI defendant he and he {In here. (| .-J tailor with .:,
'br required to appear, to tr-. bill of I| I shop try-
make of Hats
new' nobby styles. I In Shoes for men '
t |coniplninl n'e on at $30.00 to $50.00
I SIre sole agents for Stetson'; \', as fine as silk: and Keith's nfori. Mondn th' 4th dn of February I. ; i.
\ Otm\ oth.'rmlw the allegation ,
Ivonqueier for !strong wear and service, jet quit dressy. of said hl'l 1 will be taken a.ronieufKl - -

ht raid defendant .
1 f 1 It: I is further ordered that this or, '
Pants made to order
d. r hi published once a week for I
I four ,,>ne< ntive 1 weeks In the Miami
I at from $5 to $12.00
For Ladies and Childrenwe !of"U'Jl'oll.I/ newipaper pliblinhed. ,
In sail cn'l"lHnd Mate
an- sole a t'ntifor! :M( )HOSI) I IJ.50: and :$4.00 and Carlisle rhU :"rd daT of .I nllar' | <4if -- -- -

for $2.50) to $:-i.50.) \\t al No carry these! makes for muses Clerk Circuit <'ourt -- I

I For children R R Tavlor solicitor for MOT'
we cum Maloneys than which there is no "lilil ,nt

bt-tter or dressier !shoe: made. We hate the celebiattd I

IM.M >OTH: 1000

Cravenette or rainproof overcoats, light but warm and dry. A good In thO'I'lr"II.I.1'1f'ult.'d'o.trl,' ('''inS."*'."\'ealhn tl"rld" 1.I'd1 1- r.

assortment of comforts and blankets in i 1:1: .hanen.
ranging price 75 cents I
up. ,
T1 '011"1' Mow II It I 1"11-

Among them a Eiderdown quilt beautiful It airti ..11 nil: bio % nm.I.1t *i"pendedatiote <
; '. pure satin cover for $7.50 bill ni.d in th-- ar.'led' .mt .. Samples t a
IFS h', i s crimp." b'r tottplilnan' I

;nd that \1..11. II Jonx In I ih.' d.,.
l.alit' HanrM'l waists i --- wool waists worth
pure 1.50 to 2,00to I tend.'h'- n..rOt..1, l Is a nu'it'll '

clo-e at 75; cents. Flanellette waists for 35c. Ladies d<.m 'f ''h State '>f Florida and I Ia I.
reAilert of Saraiinjh (1""tl..1|
i !lirts in pretty plaid and checks, roils, Panamas, HannelJette 1'h.i .. age: nf Imenttoneeirn, for you

: ) kinvmas. Wool sweaters and for children It ,". I h,'refore ordered .thai Mild
non r 'ldent defrrdant In" and l
rl j to select from
herein: i "quired lo "ippear t tae th I y
==-==-- =-= hill of complaint filed In said I tauoeon
or b..fore Mondat the fib dat oflHbrnar I

A I) l 19117 mhermiw' theUleg : ...
1 ;tlnn* of said hill .11I", tak-n I -- .
; W. M. Burdine ..m cnnfeofted ht said defendant ,I IIt I

t t N further. ordered ,'lit,. n r-

d.'r le 1..1 hl.h""d nice. a we. k t rnI,I Sewell Bros. Tailoring Establ't t tI :
toni, lomefutlTe week In the Miami :

M'ttopoll*. a newspaper| puhlt"he<1 1 IDiid ;i
-; I''>untt' and s'tatt
Twelfth Street Miami Thilannart, id r+07 '
-- Florida. I
7 \IFH".T: Biscayne Block!

t Clerk Circuit 'nnrt. I IH ---1 J

It Tax for soil itor' for ,'om I
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