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 11, 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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Daily Miami metropolis
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Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
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CONVENED THIS IS TOO HEAVY Decision Of The Board Of Education I '



t MORNINGIn DRAFT ,I, That Performances Of An Elevating Tendency Only Are To Be Per-' OUTONMEN CARNES .

I !I mUted In School Auditoriums-- Curried Out To Letter May :' I

I'I i I Seriously Interfere With Theatrical Performances Here. ,

Regular January TermA I Went Aground, And After I I,, Foundry At Pituburg Num. And He Wirl-: Governor Beckhami 1--

Number Of Nolle Prossals Getting Off Returned Outside From Dully Metropolis. Jan 1U -tt'e{ to the rnltni of the hoard were bet Llled And Many Wounded |,i Asking Protection Of :
i I \\ hat ell! be the result ot the drcluon pri<|p iiudtd in a MftioiioiU reprten'aiive .- Troop*-

Entered Two Pleas Of To Await Arrival Of atd ruling of the Dade County .. this morning; with the ream One Handrid Tons Ui Metal Scat i Beckham Sends Officials To Inrestiate :
'I Board of Public Instruction that that frof IUH, >.iiMTini,<-ndent .

Guilty Made SentencesFrom Her Owner. |J hereafter only pei forma nee* thai of ,public 10.'rll.'I..n.' ,..,.. a".k..d in I tered Over Them. The Hatter. 1
hate an elevating tendency shall be turn In solve th' proliltiu i I

given the public In the school auditorlum Htrop'led l thai, the qi.entlnn wi.
t I -- This 1* a question that nne lor the *hool triiKtivs. and not -

i* agitating the theatre-going pub,tcIn hlit to deternlre the matter II..
Itellt Metropolis Jan 4 !1 From Dully Metropollf Jan 1"* Miami \Inc been pin iii) to the m hr the PittxhtM-K. Jan 10 Aa. result ot l.exingto.1 KT Jjn I 1ft-- \ -pw- "" .

Th January term of tb* county The bit steam yacht Colombia. !I V hat construction it to be put on ''lou.r,1 and that hi did not know bat i night HxpUmlon, <>t molten' metal 'al curs that judlt.. Came. trying

Mrt Judge A E. Heyser. presidg. owned by Mr. Dupree. of New York ]Ithi' word elevating l I. another: qu -.- what. sottld' h<> the r iilemme In the the In charred iona it trunks McLi>>iKhlln of number s foundry of. I! Judge Jill Mirxls .:d Callahaa and ,
tlon that Is asked Practical
which arrived off be bar entraneeMonday I' being premises 1
sad sub Clerk Merrill. Pronetlag all the performance I men are In the moritue wh to t*..l e'biher others rn the charge of atnansiaaiMas i"-
afternoon. cannot com Into I i'y p"nlf'O'llere The rul'nq: of tht hoard Is ronMdre : I'
Attorney R. R. Taylor 8herFTohoek the bay on account of her draft and are comedies sad farce cooiedlet nlhl : bidly burned and crippled are : B D. Ox at Jackson four year :\;

Iff and a Dumber of attor- ,Is still lying oat side, though tendon The auditorium Is the only ..I for the trn.1ee to declsn each 'In the no pttal' and three of Iki I igo late last night wired Covernoti 'ri .
Dumper will .
By present. convened at 10 clock come and to from the cit). j practical and available place for presenting and every theatrcal performannon '' I other die'lSereral I i Beckham asking: for fifty soldier '
lloaday morning The Columbia is drawing about each performances, and It Is \vatlng: and prevent Its production asse missing and an. >
Practically all of the forenoon tins workers are working la the mast I 110 he sent there to guard him
WM 11 Tret of water and mad aa ei contended that If they are to be In the auditorium or It la 1
ta of cinders for their bodies. stalest asuMlaatloa as his life It .
Bounding la docket
ar- raW ot what little the .
pleasure admlssabl for
fort to come Into the. bay, bat to them to rule IB fa t
ralgniag prisoner for pleadings sad i aground Bear the steamer Miami people of Miami are afforded will I I vor of al'1t: threalrical prodnctions | The superintendent, of the ran.aayt .
setting eases for trial with the foltowtag also ashore Just Inside the bar 8h. be seriously hampered I Uaiena thin I, done." said one nt believes the accident<< was la hi* message Judge Came I Ie
realtJ ranted by the. loosening of th* alee, reported to have said that the clvti
; It I also asked how I citizen
remained fast until yesterday after- anyone to 'and the trustees attempt to' ;''
P Morgue Sharp J. 8.Oerock 'band i About the bottom of the err authorities arc powerless to protects
BOOB when she returned outside know whetaer a play I* elevatinuor ;isa7 that one how is elevating whlivanother .
Z. Caveader. Jack Watson I j nace, which weakened that portioa \ a* Jackson I* fllld with armed ";.,
sad took up anchorage, her eaptalk not until It ha been presented, t Is Dot: serious ssallafat
sad J O. White, charted 'writ* ..1odeciding that It would aot be adriaabl and oven then then may be a serious :, tlon la going to occur sad Ml,ml ''of (h. shell of the furnace. mes.

otlag th* aaltary law, cues aolJe *' to come Into the bay difference<<- of opinion on Its merIts will be without this form of amusement j The furnace contained one hundred LASIR.
of oas o( molten steel at the Urn (]U V :
7 request couaty attor- Th* report that the owner t* and elevstlng sad: harmful tendencies. a* ao troupe will come here ,
I : of th* explosion. Fire followed the OKUKKH AK 1 \"F.MTIG.\n '
soy .
aboard seems 'to II... been a mistake unless they know whether they will 1
Jack T rnee. ualawful intercourse H. la ..row,. to this pon These and other %uestlont rela- be permitted to perform exp'osioa and caused a low of fifty 1"
Cat dismissed thousand dollar Fraakfort K,.. Jaa It- Cove .
OB account of the .
to Join the yacht, which lie had 1
death of the principal wltneaa.P p I/ .... nor Becham this moving teat .\4jataMGeneral
teed him here The Columbia wiltremain ;
William, plead pm to the I iOn Tuesday evening January 1 S. Lawrence, lad State ;
outside until her
charge: ef vagrancy and was flaw part arrive and then owner to oa sad aa { NEW BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERSSTILL there will be a ball la the Pair bnlldinf I Inspector of Troops Hlac. to Jack- ,

151 sad costs or sentenced to serve the proceed of the sale of ticket oa, to Investigate and report on 1M
extended era!* IB southern waters. ( .
tour months traprlaoameat. { (o to to Will Salisbury w L.. conditions there before lie order ,
Pearl -- TRANSACTING [ ,bad the mUfn/tuae to lose bl.fO.. out the militiaJtCKNOX .
Branch plead guilty to t1M M.*... Robbins B. A. Samuel IMPORTANT BUSINESS t:
charge of aggravated assault, and and D. S. Garrison, Jr. broke the ) on Christmas night by baring 1 ItI I
was fined $15 t and costs or set pleasure party boat klncflsh record I I manlrl"" 'b, the engine In his boat IS IX .I ij
teased to nerve ten months' Imprloo *- I The let was amputated and the ben.I|
yesterday by decking sixty-six of
meat these tame Bah They went oat From Dally Metropolis. Jan ( I this wa done at the suggestion cut ball Is for the purpose of lInn ,. I .vflk.i.,
Joe Davit charged with 'vagrancy, The Board of 'of )lr. Sallnbury financial aidTh'k..11 [I l.onfrom l Ii
on the yacht WhU. Capt :'\ortoll.IMERCHANTS County Commission Chairman Baker, for the reason I
bond ordered estreated after are fifty cents.STEAMER Jackson says that the town t_ .
era aa all-day session yesterday 'hat the beard has been greatly inImnvenlenced I
The following Juror responded to resumed their duties this morn | In I the :east by app I-i I II !''In' a state of Intense radtenteoR.hor- ;:
summons and Qualified: H. Bloat I 'Arcing onto terror at the result or :I
lag piampty at ten o'clock! lcations, petition. etc. being brought '
J Cereen. W. L Ooodton. 8. ASS'NRAISED The first matter brought before in during sessions thus rotardlngIhe MIAMI i the trial of Judge Hargl: and other* "t:
N Andrews. H W. Bessey and H, the board wan the awarding of the progress of the board for the murder of D B Cox :..
B Murray A rperlal Venire of tea I for t| No jut y ha yet been severe anu oJ
contract printing I'pon motlou. | The application of A. Wllltt. col I t .
Jurors were ordered snmmonedtaeme I FUNDS the nomination of Mr. R. L. Wai'namlag I .. "'. Irnpo**'hie to get test.Fimrs .-' 1.

returnable at I o'.lork thltf the South Florida Record' I de-nied i FLOATED OF | from Breathltt booty who arI .' .:

ler coon to complete the panel for I as' the official newspaper was seconded tiers did not comply with the siat | I I not afraid to serve :'
the weel and upon vote Messrs Wall. I dies l j A .petition has bees mad to the l'j

Court then took a rents until 2 I McPhenoa and Allen voted for the | The jury list .. selected yesteaday I I I court of appeals at .exlngtoa few .f
o'clock Ibis's Record and Messrs Baker and by the board from the several pre- KB Injunction to prevent Jndr* .
Hemim T. Defray Ezpeatea Of Bra. J. W. Carne from hold'ng the trial Theo
Tweedell for the Miami Metropoila. 'clnctt was copied and handed to the The Bank Near Sea Entrance ? "
The most Important matter before Watson Oi Recent Visit Tt Wash A resolution was then offered for board by Deputy Clerk Frederick people ol Jackson are anitont that i.
th. county court thl morning vat consideration by )..Ir. Wall to the ef 1 for revision by the board. I'I'I Bay Yesterday Afternoon Not the trial be removed from there '. M'I

the Boll proa al 1 of the caaa against (net.. Ia The Interest Of Harbor feet that la the future all matter i l The report of C. H Raulersonextreasurer i another pace: f..rtn"! riot anti !'J

W C Orore charred by J. I (o come before the board, such at wa* received dallug Damaged She Proceeded On Her bloodshedrlnal #.

Meredith. constructing engineer C'I, I in praye D en ts.i applications, petitions, bill.. etc. : from the flert of January to the 9th, I -- ..
the PEC Railway extension shall be filed with the clerk by 12 ,'nc'nsiv' I Voyage To Nassau. ; Itreree* Farfered '
Key West with enticing labor '- I| Judge Jones has handed down .,
away I o'clock noon, oa thday preceding The board then adjourned In meet '
from the employ of the Mid com the regular meeting day of the board panyThe of county conmissloners I various bills p,,&.' i I McCormlck: u Fohn \\' grow tad i :
nolle prows) was Ordered b1'i From Dally Metropolis Jan 10 I I wife, and n.h': M Monroe SMI
Judge Herter after he b." becomeatlsfird | Ihe fo.lo.DC memiM-r of the Ml- From Fhtjb Uetrnpoll Jan tll hue Br s. f Kirk Munroe I p ,il 1

'' that a continuation as ark I anti Merchants' Association haven THE BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS OF THE[ CITY 1 The steamer Miam,. Capthlie. c. Rmwm J V Poolc RlchtfraCarne ::

by the prosecuting attorney; 1 contributed towards the expenses of I'which went aground!: inside the b*. \ Kalnh ISfsnnw, tam.'I.. :

rdf'r to secure witnesses from Cap their. delegate. J. W. Watson who I .bl't' outbound to Nassau Monday Brown et a'l 1 and !Ml*'. Hrrx each .
-Sable would be Bitten Mr.Grove w.s sent to Washington some lime vepurute end IndlTldu l suits al.III"I..
.was present In court and after th e since la the interest of Miami bar- DISAPPOINTED[ A URGE L WO OF CITIZENS afternoon floated yesterday afternoon Gastaf F Schne.der; Howard H t

,toile prow( had been entered waidischarged bor i about three o'rloc'k. and pro ,Schneider John Frog and Louisa :

: H* tesTes tomorrowaoornlag Uldor Cohen W. M. Burdlne K.I -- seeded on her eastward trip No Frow. jointly declaring the deed

for Cape Sable. 1I'ben'II.* L. Brady Co.. F. T. Badge, Bur- (other Inconvenience execpt delay executed bv John Fro+ to Louisa
has a contract with the Manetto Co. dine A Quartermaa, J. C. Abe. From Dally Metropolis Jan tAlthough Inability of Mr McKlnnon to attend 'i'was caused by the grounding of th. 'Prow and those executed by Louisa fI

The cue of the Dyke. boyi.charg- ulb,. J. Cheatham. W.H.Chafl- quite a crowd a domes the meting to Mr Leffter and that |steamer It It dated by steamboat I| Frow and hatband to GastafI >

y ed with assault with Intent to .. Ibits. I Ie A So. E. B. Douglas J. R. or nor dtlsena .assembled at the he had replied h* wa mighty gladof I men that the late hurricane greatly Schneider and Howard H. Rchaeldm '1
Ella W del4.. public: schoolteacher Elliott frank GallaX. Jaadoa Bros. it aa he had important business Increased the slue I of the lamp Schneider sad Howard H. Schneider
at Dash was costlad for' Keller Grocery Co. C. D. Lm>. city htll last night to attend the matters needing bit attention. In the lower channel, thus canals g to be Bull and vald.aad eajoialag and 'J

'the term oa account of an Inability O. W. Maynard. Miami Hardware meeting ofth Board of Public Work II About thf. Urn Mr. Front, the vessels of heavy draft greater 1 Incoavenlecc permanently restralalng tile said de- k'

to secure witnesses at this term Co. Miami Furniture Co.. Miami there wad nothing doing la the board third and minority member of the le passing IB and oat of feadaaU from In say maaaer tatetferrlag ,.".

.r- Grocery Co. Romfh A HngVeaJL Ub. sad after sitting about for sometime board. came la and waited with the the channelChoral with complainants land aadbvlldlng i:
The ease of Charles, GrlBa.. thug thony-Romfn Co. R. W. Rhodes, 41..*..... this remarkable spectators for something M thereon The cost of the

.. with vagrancy was then p laoev I Red Cress Pharmacy J... Bevels body Ita peat and Its present, wended : ing, bat t*. too. was dl..pp.> doI. 'I Kodeiy ftoloist salt are taxed against defendants '.
oa trial. Jsdge O. A. Worley. A Bro. Julius Smith John Beybold. their war homeward with the The crowd present appeared willingto I The Choral "nclety met Sunday These suits have been la litigation ;.
pearing for the defetaaat. and P. rile.dorff. H. T. Whaler k. hop that BOOM day It will be able excuse Mr. McKlanon from not j laft..r100a and he d a rehearsal It the past two years and pertained to

CBti'K Atoreey Taylor for the tro.-I, { H. Wharton J. W. Watson Drake to get together sad actually do aome- I attending bet they were spark ai ,Its probable the C'One're win be putIon eertaS!a property rrn! bwiBdarie a.sad

Yesterday AfUaaoi Session Produce Co.. J. W. Graham A Co. thlag.ehortir. I the time of adjournment t.> ferH the latter :arc of this month Th near COC'Oaalt Grove :>

Yesterday after BOOB the jury try j W. D Hnghea, Miami Meat Mark*, before the time for th.. out whir his absence should In any soloists cnnalst of th. following.Mrs :: ;/

tat the case of Will BeuI..,. rllarl-j Miami! 8hoe Co, |4 each. board to aasemble I a citizen cam manner prevent )fro Loftier from being Frederick M. Hudson Miss New Uhesry Honks ;
ed with vagrancy. returned a W A Loftoa. Carroll A Clark, on the seen and announced that he I' presentAs I WI'lI.. llahl. M
rtI guilty The cane of :Van Floyd. :IJ. R Camnbe'l. J. H Haya. T. A. ,, had Just seen Mr McKlnnon. chairman I a closing feature of IP* i>r}- ,, V, R A. !4hlne Mr. R. E. Hal 1 I. presented the library by a friend i

t-hargt-d with a like offense. retail :Wall Palm Phaimacy George Man-1 I of the board who told him that journment of the crowj i ((PM'omen Mss; .Inns K 7elley and Mr Oscar The last Hope M..rrtm.ofar; ur "
el In a mhlt rill' after which the deon gos Miami Harness Co. D. R. I|Ile I would be Impossible for him to remarked that It sae MMI.reho T Cmkl'n! T hi rnntata Is on* of Ite fir Valolr. Dumas: The Chjnan. oJ

-- Knight J B Tompkins, L, K*. be present on account of sic'kne.e !In the Innbllltv: of ono or lh .'.'nor the n.oxi |tett.t'la| in New York and Ba'x. Th. Red rr,,,,. Darn Ba ..
(' )' it Kl oa Page 8 wards PL. Beteson, 12 eaTh hit 'amllv later on this report! of :he two aha."n' nipmlin, ,if ndi will I* ...11!! rendered b (he luell'.In.r. :on Kou 'r .nri.. MorrowF '4
.. '-'hnn' 'k. Flrn and fanunr 4
verified clerk
bv Kellum
was whi m< lnir lnu'l"n"" ti' f. ,indIi .
aid that he had communicated th. .- nth,'r n"'lT't"'r

| Mr. Leffler Has Not Resigned Office; A Big Carnival Of Water Sports :

He Will Not Imperil The Bond Issue City Council'Decides It Can't Pay 'I

Is Being Arranged For Tliis: Se sc n ;;_

v I -- 1 Salaries .
Wanted -
F"ora Dally Metropolis Jan I i vr and asked If he had resigned or By City Officials ,

The resignation of Mr. George A. I mould resign the office of Commissioner Frnln Metrojiol' 't Jan 4 | the kind ixiiirrin.r afterntare .

.i MrKlcaoa. as chairman sad member i of Public Work I I -- | If present plant do not miscarry i Prlies sill he of fred In each .evr A
of the Board of Public W orkswhsch He I Tb.. (foiling contest in now ..
replied that he had not on tnoprize
resigned i! From Dally Metropolis. Jan 4 straight vttltori and the public of Miami _ilf ,
was tendered Mayor Sew |l yester-' and said that h* salary system unless the aggregating/ : 1311 l have alrea '
; wa not ;
prepared I' "There will be no ordinance Introduced amount I It made proportionate to be treated to a series of lanixh and
4av ha b I. a letter to that effect being Slyer. t will do a* tile new tarn In affairs ton In tile City. council changingthe ; their earnings under the fN .jttem i i>acht meet Interesting fishing n>nI |of *Is\ rod .and reel" one of ach ',, I:,
Mr M R 1 < of remuneration of city Council had Intended to grant anIncrease I tests for prlies, tub meet and Vheflaqnntlc .
KeUum. Clerk of tile { has com to sudden that lie .. be :awarded at: the rtes" of the vaftnr
Board of Pabttc Works] lilt alght 'had not had Urn to determine i official and certain employee from to the prevent salaries, events during the prevent'season to the lemon making certain ree?r I v upon the fee to salary IIuIL"TII. acid Mr. Wharton, "bnt determined '' such beforejbeen '
we have
The of as never cnfrheii .
reatgaatlon Mr. McKlaaon his court, bat that lie would The award* this time ; .
has occatjoaed considerable commeat i' not do to Imperil the bead .. was the statement made to ".: ascertaining the amount the 'I seen her*. be on a rtlffer' "' plan thaa "..r..'..
and BO little criticism, many iu beat Interest of the I''a M -opollt representative last alghi'by /men wanted, that It would be Impossible To this end the managers of the fore when the weight of lists s.
: President P. H. Wharton. of for the city to the ROTS Palm Hotel and ) .1 :9
recitlag that there war no apparent I I pay same the given Bert conMdera'lon This rear .
raus. for the act and asking what I city.Mr.. Leffler farther said that lie ;||!the Miami City Council, the same ltd tile..efor the project has beesdropped. dock are now preparing a scheduleof all Itch of a record natnre. will V- '
I being rwasloned by "
an editorial In .
1 effect the reslgnatloa win have oa .had not see* Mr. McKlanoa sal had ,1', sporting event tfl begin at an I recorded bY "length from tip to ,tt.
the bond Issue BOW pending, who'hl. ao knowledge a* Intended to resiga the Metropolis urging council to act I "Tilt decision will com at a turpn early date and continue through the and not bv weight. the |latter made
I]Its the premises, as It had bees stat- <* to the public who had been It
season is .
proposed to give
eressor will M. bow lie Is to his offlo until h* read of his having: proved unsatltfacorvThe :
'- reslg-i that all of the oncer! are now dead to understand that all of the series of ;
"W tamed etc cactus la the Metropolis. (Ied i races la the bay betweenthe rule* to govern: the content' are
Various rumen were la rirculaat. The vacancy caused by th* reslg. Hvlng' both a salary and tee dii i jdty official putt reed a itraaght salary various pleasure crafts. each being now being formulated and will IK '.

this moral a g. one of then to natloa of Mr. McKlaaoa can oaiy'!('! red the changa. la explaining eves though a less amount was amlgeii to their renpectlve. class I pr4eA ,,|thln a diy or two -
above statement Mr Wharton refilled thin by the fee system BO with tlm limit. etc.
the effect that Mr C. D. LefOer. be filled by a special election, and 1) \ according to
admitted t that council had Intended that tile talk and charge of graft site and admitted .. ... .
pd ( ..
one of th. other member of thebeard this Mayor 8ewll will can for/an'I''to HertMilln: Pslarel t
pas sack SB ordinance bat that warranted arreau e'c. that are I The tub race*. swimming matches i .
: would roslga. aUo Mr IAffI early date, though the tarn has ; l The lower sloop l Palace. It Dnnidten
not the official who would be affectedby dally hurled at them, could be and other .
stop'pod. events will\ take off
lee pees by a Metropolis report. yet been determlaed.' place i aa eVenal.e '> nii thorough ierhaailng a
sock legislation object to tile the Boulevard front somethlag of it the M'!.nw Rohr V\or.. :



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The Weekly Miami Metropolis GOOD ESSARY TO PROSPERITYI golden" ones l rule MM'ie'lan! Mi i I. out now of tr> lng the againto New TAKE CARE OF THE ALliGATOR[ ; .

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I I I .'r Hc,'h..m if Orland "' "r"tl'c
8-aobo-Dean, Sec.Treea. ,red' this, ti IMII in a lint. i't| h a ---
B B Tatuln Pre* di ot \\ I Hi-van h.t nn""lIn",1 I that
THE MIAMI PRINTING COMPANY (< 'oN d." <- ",jeer N''ii' will 1"uiH|I''r WE FINIStr.r'
---- bin, wi.iM! nil' r. f"IK. the pit' ilileiiMiil MAY SOON SEE HIS
--- Ih..ll Is tin; ..1'I i.n\ n"'d 1 mi whiitih
till mon', hx- $1 XI One sear . . . . .f 2.00 : itqnttt] rii, "| (bat < lit re nomlirf'innhat; a 11"1'1.1 'i. wai>le.if
worN wh.'n th whole cu"mtralr )
Those pawng in ..h.o"-e wall, rec* te a year* subscrlp'l'n for 1150 ; murksThit.
I tilt \knew. ho hankering
< jut
> was :
.n six nioVnt itiM rip' ion lit 75 cents Th s :la a liberal dltcour to induce u'M.l to 11..1. som. i.IK Vii'
after the jriltThe
Hike it and don I h.'.it,it.. to -a) no ;
alttncr |"' ) DltD"*
ttriciit ---- -- ,| 'A .iKtorh mm: 'rntd, ill\ l is a gin ----- Extinction Of This Native Of Florida Threatened And
Timpa. Tribune twelveetears .
was )
second class matter t ttnqiie J.ilhin and a blue I "n themap \
Entered st tbO' 1'.I..c.' at Miami\ a> | old lint Monde As JL New

__ __ .'_ 0- "'lI pi..*wnt and one of the i Uncle Sam Is Preparing To Preserve Him, Like
Is .d thing Moat
'Prosporlu a r till II IIMtT I sprlKhtliest. and ablest twelve )ear
Iltllill .
Its of
of us want it and us sneer The Buffalo Of
Slaughter Saurians
olds In the Stale' the Tribune Is
''al the possibility of ItApparent .

ARE YOl/ RUNNING I protperln gnlned at thvsacrifice without a peer Already Noticeably Reduced.Follo..IDIt
WHY ARE THE STREETSIN of deceno. h"nor and self --- .
Don't forget the lade county fair
SUCH BAD CONDITION { regulation! Is a de'usiotand a snare '
'in making: your plans fur a Florida
W must
I 'hrospenty to genuine I
I Dim the TUwrd of Public Work INws rite' cia, revised, I. the "I- I Lave Its roots down deep lu cleannI I winter This has been and always ..

.' .wane 10 their duty and provide flee a failure to quite "catch "|'" I nenH.mors 1 Illy and good )government" iwl'l be wor'hy! of attention Times... ']' upon the heels of the Indian In the stream no attempt being made
with that hijr's work! I'nlon And don forget that It and the bison, the alligator one wet sub the It.ah..adanddoIt i A whole lot has been laid In the I to lake their hide .
Ira witnewi. Im thebmte promises this to be better than of America. most valuable native
method of operation for keeping erj day above and the Metropolis heartily rear I klHed t'M ProierttM ,'* I
another failure to flaikli to ever | sons. Is fast disappearing from the I
.. In repair and passable'ocdttlon Later
li street endorses every word of It Good.government however aa Florida becaasw V]
It will be but a very day's dulli--becaiwv of the vnfln- -o | face of the earth and this mesns :
i Is an absolute necessity more closely settled alligators wen
(shed ilallen. tit yesterday* i : What hat become of that bond that slept soon may be taken by
short lime wren It sill be ImpomtitiKi 'Ito not only I a city but to state ind killed for the protection of tile
i tralTc to piu over them .hers every day record In the More, nation ( sale If something: Is not doing the government to preserve him In pie. Ordinarily alligator liv* on __

The fart In they arc Just about a few more raw omers who "coilW. I When officla's by Inrmnpetencv o\ |I'ty soon we shall be (' prt"t'l reservation Unless some care I I. but when there are no nh they com .* >
waif be erred uterbuoytsirki. class It with the Issues that taken of him meanwhile' through -
I III to
condition now. and there not Inland
tn this InE-IIIt.1 fall to do their fu'l! duty sadallow and devoir young chick*** 4-
.* | i could would and should have State laws. such the recently '
towards at one
being done been.l i ,
nothing and ducks
I tile or : their city to fall Into the rut or even voting pip na-
i anilalalng themThe I If any of these thing are tree you 'of bad government; they should b! ''rn tl meantime the public are holding passed by the Florida Legislature. hIs <> was more than the farmers could '
like to have aatement "noil nose ln-lp''- no Hint a. Immediate ; th-lr breath and waiting Such' doomed From sport to cotnmer '
publi boated out and the try tr>'. tr> agttinme'hoj : stand. and with them to see aa alllgator -;
of exp .ndlture from this resort upon your part to the adopted until men rho are i drags; ax this In not at all favorable : clallsm the slaughter: of the alligator wa to kill him If tner warn
t th ..lnVd ads. will enable to stimulating' In the development hat and only vigorous mea *
iMKly no that th") may learn just el.s l you apnbe and ambitious to give good or I grown a rifle b\ndy with which to do IL :
r been expanded for "catch up silt the calendar" and to and upbuilding of a city lire ran slop It. says the Washington
.. ..t amount ha* are found \\hen these i i0 It was not until alligator traak. ]
:, reel maintenance and Imprnvr'tent oho today's (thing today I jgverninent hate been diwinercd and they havepresen -- -- ''Times.To traveling bags, satrhle. pocketbook f T-
might also declare theiriutcnt.ons I This countrya farm products th's' most persons It would seem
. They 1 satisfactory then tmre.houldl and card case became the rage that ..
II fu'un 'mprotemen IS | l h.. no just c"iue for curt making year are valued at nearly $$7,000 that the alligator might as well\ go the real devastation began Then It';
WHAT 000.000mi touldn't that: He Is ugly and attractive
; 'he public have a right to know ., another Ihlln\l: count : posviessot no was taken up systematically sad lit
WHISKEY ? much money In ten year Our gold: t feature save an extremely tough
o bore thing. I Thete are too manIncompetent. a time. the alligator hunter .
To all appraranrmi there is something tnd faithless into holding office\ and production was 18!*.000,000 In U 4<; hide There are people like that of Florida were sending aansaUy '

: very rudira'ly rotten In thisorganisation An absorbing question of the hour public trusts In e\ery city mid every copper 1137000000. pig iron and their extermination would be 20..00* allgttor skins to the aorta* .
t the affair of stitch I themembers In Washington just at this moment ,Late In the union. UU. OO.OOO. and coal 1175000- received with general rejoicing By ern maaufactirera. From one sea. w.tlon .
art pledged to conduct to I I.-*.. Uhit-- Is 1V'hiakefr'Two I 000 All these combined are .orth mankind Therefore the average of Louisiana alone. bowl elglNajkl
,; bl'E'd.leltatlon.' hate I i little Due-seventh of the farm man would It were well to
the best interest of the city and ital I II is| over argue years ago.'' ISf.OvO bidet were thlBo-/I
: ->ple been arguing the matter before Secretary A STORE WHAT ADVERTISING products for this year begin with the alligator Bat beyondhis ad. v.I .

.' D I Wilson for tome time, but do -o tough hide, which make excellent TV* favorite method of baatlaf f
; not seen to have progressed mater MAKES IT I When I It came to> a thow-down the leather, the alligator hat othe them was by OMhllghta. at alfaU e |

ARE YOU SOWING YOUR tally toward tn answer The Tampa j Schiller wrote: Ever)' man stamp I city officials receiving their rom,... good points, nsefil. if not ornamental 1-b. alligator wandering about tn*) '
: '
I Time In trying to solve the solu saton by feet refused to accept .
' stream la search of food would to
"WILD OATS" himself The pricewe
hit va'ne ( .,
: PUBLICITY Lion for them give a few answersas challenge! upon for oursvbes Is given ''stated salary unless it was proportionate Kxtlstctiosi: I. Thresttes located la shallow water bllaa**
or''! Jo lows, that occur' to It aa they j with the remuneration under .1
Until short time
the "bit comparatively .
Do you advertise oa ns. a with strong lights, and shot. So'
: mln' plan! Has the whole! matterf : would be given; by various Interestsand I, This statement contains roost of the present system, Well thE' ago: dwellers la illlgator-lnfetted localities I.close a. the bunter approach aa"

publicity seemed to yon a compll; Industries : 'I'the philosophy of advertising Particularly ;, can hardly be blamed. The most were prone to think of tlo i alligator when he carries a light r
t sated guest*" And have you been I W. C. T C. "A vile concoction does It explain the various degrees of political offices are not life-long 'alligator' what the early settlers lathe that short barreled revolver ofj \ .

! content to guess wrong' a good dual ;I suggested: by the devil with" a directvie' and kinds of store success jobs and as: b:1I them have West thought: of an Indian heavy caliber may be used wits,',
Have figured the : ./ to shattering: homes. I i worked lor they are get- that there was no rood alllutoe ey- deadly I effect.
? you : L'
9 of the time Almost without variation stores -' '- ..,
' A Bum Sot: 'The Paradise of lost (I|I ting now. and will likely do to againthey : dead alligator :
of life's 10U..rIMI apt a
at one eftect of the ,
1 hiag: out I come to be the concrete Inland nepredolkHk" *
la .. hlch If "IO'k' la with you. snvrattocM hope. .. ..t.wltb the stopper the ofForgetfulness advertising: that Is done for them I are not doing more than th*. '!!alligator bidet have oi'11'1: When fish are scarce sllgator: go ,
: and dispensed by
but average man would by getting allthey but that their .
be drawn; too now
< prlae may They come to typify the net publicitythat Inland In search of food and have
i I 11, which, gloat of the time blanks* i i'j {I Guardian Tp'1'p"rln.Angel.. Advocate of Good: Cheer"The vlli ,'-,,' have been carried through: for : can out of It while It lasts i I' the saurlans hat reduced them to 'I been round as far aa fifteen mV
Iso small a number they are becoming
be portion' I
to your from the
are them away water 4.1 long at
sort of I Il' i:I""* fluid .known to mankind produced Convict being leased at I i frightened at the of there :
about I are now : possibility
Do you tn every ot humanity !| In almost every- city In the word they can find water to drink they caa
'rt\.lnK"\ plan or tor the degradation ( 130 per month No better evidence ]I([being nothing hut dead alligators In
I auslble ,the biggest: : and best store Is the one live 'or aa Indefinite period on land
M heme I nted to you_tie. > that has been advertised in the biggest is needed to prove the ever Increase I|! a few yeahBefore Several yean ago the Atchafalaya.
, up your approprlvetlnn to dead wall The CurIo Deafen: The matt pro- and best ways The next atomIin tog demand for labor' In this State 'i, the trade In alligator tklntdeveloped basin. In southern Louisiana waa

t and bill Uo rdi and dodgers end Ufii ook..ln"ul..tur..' known to mooIt'jo..le. i importance has also been second Live Oak Democrat Yes. but while to tn extent where It wit I full Of alligators This It an extreme

i novelties and the various kinds "II In the Intelligence and enterpriseshown private parties are reaping benefit ,, highly: profitable the saurian were Iv I, large) basin at the end of tb.AtC'II.f.laa *
f 1 of lol-dt'.roi' that Io
might: be something IB It*" "IIIt..d. "y an Infernal )genius forthe I comparison will\ hold true down to ties In the Slate are! suffering for alack I was In It-poor sport is best b t"t"r.1 or dyke Tbe alligator hunters die-
I of mE'o' souls"The [
$ Well. there are a great many war the tenth store in Importance of good: roads and other public ,i.a-bul, when their commercial covered It however and set to work
In which to 'advertise There arc | LIquor Magnate: : An article I the last one of all Improvement Dade county |due I developed to the point of makiogl j I The result was that In lea than a
In which "to of commerce. licensed under the .keep her convicts home ana '" r.fflc In hides an Industry. deadlymethods
many ways I Schiller
a great haws So that to pnraphrnee every year they shipped nearly 200.00
, spend an advertising appropriation'without aid straggling for a beggarly'tide :, merchant stamps the character works them on the highways and I were devised for slaughtering I hide and practically nt"rmlaatf'dtbe
that al-
; I under taxes are
That It the wholesale
'advertlirtrg too' Ifou tut hU advertising upon his store thoroughfares why today them' by alligators This aroused Representative
wild outs" as an riot prohibitive. I has more good road than any other i I The result was that where those
.\ have sown your i And the sort of reputation we chaVleftge I< : I Bronssard now a mem
i j advertiser "settle down and confine 0 for our enterprises Is given' county In the State were alligators In abundance I la G<-orila. her of Congress from Louisiana fed

>ounwlt for. time. to "n..a- NEW MEN AT THE I them -- Alabama Mississippi. and Lou he attempted to hare the Louisiana

i !aper, pubticlt --and commence to The possible. \probable. and "spokn ; Islana 15 Tears ago: they are to let i iI leglitamre pas* a law to protect
make some money--to get some re- HELM TODAYFrom - off landldates for governor to I found In great numbers today only them It.was late 1a the smaloajj

) nrrs from your Investment It canHe Dally Metropolis Jan !1 ( LET THE RICH date In .lph.lMttlul| order are: in onlslana i I and Florida Those In.ouislana I when he took It up and he was nn
done In that wsv A very wise : W. J Illoxham Tallahassee. are going very rapidly and xble to do anything: because until
orlda today Inaugurates Into oftice SPEND THEIR MONEY ''
thought he Florida alligators would soon
plan once wrote and the i Jas. K Hroome. Quln(')'. he began talking on 'he subject
lot of a number of new State offlcial, I' have disappeared If the Florida Leg
ought: to b4 worth a money Unthinking people are disposed, to Jeff B Browse Key West every member of the egisiitare except
T while each and every county placesnew tslature had not stepped In a year
to you : {criticise l Henry C. Frlck for pacing Frank R. Carter' Marlanna the man who +in'iodnced, the
""... maa Improperly blame the men at the head of tome of theirdepartments. IS.SOO.OOO for a plrre of New York RobertS' Davis Tampa. ago with, the passage of a law re- i bill looked. on the matter as a hug
Is second lime wrecked" ( i W II Ellis. trictlng the slaughter: of the
eea who a which Qulncy joke.
L City property on to erect palace
I In the ol Instances those
And It would seem. that advertiser I msorily Instead of criticism Frlck Albert W. Olk-hrlst, Punta Gorda :phibia In certain localities I'",rfwl la Many May
leave behind them
Improper anathematise his I retiring-ecords, and were faithful to good the should receive commendation He Fran. Harris. Ocala OovemmesH !. Sympathy am-I As a matter of fact. however' the.

'lurk who continues to 'sow wllont I I1 mats Imposed In them The new can't afford to erect a log cabin on : T. Albert Jennings Penfacola The United States government alligator Is useful In many wsora.

." IB an advertising way'! officials. so far at any one kilo.... property of such value The finer Take your choice or. If not satisfied In hearty sympathy wIth this movement In the Atchafalaya bad there are

D Jre competent and honest men:men the house erected the more money nominate a new man, aye the and ta doing ala It can to encourage many game fish trout particularly.
: be the artisans, Pensacolc. Journal There Is plentyof the of the destruction e
PLAN TO CONSOLIDATE of good character and standing In will diffused among lessening Also there are numberless catfish
TWO COUNTY OFFICES heir respective communities, and the producers of material and the : tine and a big field to pick from. So far, however the Florida perch. and other varieties that are

there Ire no grounds for apprehen- ,[contractors 0-- authorities have proved themselvescompetent marketable Canning factories do a a

An citation of considerable m.C'"Itudf' "ion that they will not do their tall Nobody should criticise or envythe 1 Dr. Halley of Stetson University to deal with the situation profitable. business la them Y
favoring the abolishment ot duties rich man who spends hit money said a very sensible thing when he and unless the unforeseen happens But In tdltloa to the marketable,
and fine If (I I declared that libraries at at present the Florida alligator I I It In ; I
a the office of county treasurer This Is especially true of those as- 'In erecting houtet none ever fish the basin abound In gar a.
consolidating the same with that of I iamlnj office In Dade county. The 'so Invested there would be let bread | selected for schools art a fad rather fair war to hold on for a little 1 shark These devour the smaller

county tax assessor .ta being mast ,j i Metropolis feels that each and ev- in the mouths of art;sans. Everypiece ,, than a help to students. Tbe while The day may come however : fish and cat down the profits of the t. .

b> several papers of the State press. .'ry one of them will g:ve entire satisfaction i! of ground covered by a coolly i!i school library should be composed when. he win be at scarce aa fishermen. Tbe alligator eats aU
The Pensace'a Journal thinks very ; that. they will work untie jbn'ldlng menus Just so much wealth solely of works of reference, useful the bison, only a few of which are kinds of fish. bal it Is easier for him i ,

favorably ot the plan and In com- llngiy and Incessantly for the ben \\.dd-cl to the whole. It the nth kept ,i to the student in research work, now living In America I| to catch the larger varieties. H* )

mentlng on the duties of the two !I lit and interest of the county and their savings In bits of paper In bank :, etc It would. be Just as sensibleto There are many wild stories of the drive them Into shallow water aad I' '

offices In part says: whkh elect- ''vaults Instead of using It In build fill ala.. library with fiction.trtv- great number of alligators that were catches them with ease In the -011:
j-tke office* to they were
"Th" tax rol'ector collects the tai It hopes 'that support lug home, business house, hole'*, 'I iel. adventure. etc. at a school U- found In Florida by early .lettlers ''Atchafalaya' basin. th* alligator* feed i
'Jed every
c> and turns the money over to the and ever assistance no matter what railways etc, the wage earner would I brary.. Such works are entertaining! One explorer wrote that once In ''almost entirely upon
bank and If Is deposited to the credit Us nature. will be given them and ,'suffer I profitable In a way to persona whoneed Florida where the 'I. John river ''and thus protect the smaller fl..hl r: +

of th= treasurer, to: be paid out on'lie ,that In the end If that time ever Sometime ago there was considerable 1 rest and entertainment from ,t hale a mile wide. h* taw alligatorswlmmlng i l But h* had aa even greater use 7'

warrants Issued iby the county comes th< v wll' be able to retire criticism of Visa Moroslnl because ', work of physical kind but utterly'nut up s:ream packed so That was In the protection of the

that, the d..t.. .In of the treasurer
i i the nio-4 extreme cases. very In- land truh said' : \\ell done tbou. hate been worth to the community\ o their backl They did not stay I thousands at do'lars to the ..e anugir
nKhifra'o with the compensationi d and faithful servants"WHAT if Instead ash" hart clothed herself A Chicago teamster demanded a put" however so he stayed on the pl.1nl..ra. Crawfish: ind musk.r''s .
asp bv theyeo'lciuls. In 'the 'argi | KiM> ... I I tin: rags and kept her money: in the nickel of his wife to buy' beer breached b\. river bank and watehed them move ire: great lev.e d"stro> '.."'', for

ur.ntlei o< the Pt.-tf' and those ---- ''I hank taulf Her expenditures. helped the house and could find I along: hi' their constant !lurrownig' In ,the.

< .untie which ale heavily bonded: 1 THE BEAUTIFUL ; ,the dressmakers the milliners the but tour IH nnlen, which: she offered At first the alligator was kll'ed for brk they start leaks hat are very

a i lie ("oo.m".loo&hI" < h constitute '' TOWN WILL DO )...e'E'ra. the shoemakers\." anti him. lit struck the .pennies from amusement A good sportsman can ilflcult to repair As long a* the 7"
the saUrle of these treasurers net I I' through them posslblj' hundreds of her hand and followed her Into a I hardly Imagine any thrilling sensation HllUators are around crawfish and k

them a handsome return' and this The Metropolis has time and again others: ram where she was kneeling on to be gained fr, m wandering '!muskrats form a star feature of his "

annum) could be turned back into I, ,railed: upon the people and urged upcn I Let the millionaires and other the floor peeling potatoes for supper '' voting: s river bank taking pot shotsat menu for be Is very fond of bothof
them the Importance of beauttly- thefr Placing a re"o'ver' at her tem It for the
the county treasury If the duties" of"" wealthy' people spend aione) alligators: unless was them The Louisiana planter
this officer were Imposed upon the 1 1l I Ij Ing their premises and homes, not The more they sperl the betttr It la ple he blew out her brains and then 'purpose of testlns the force with : did not appreciate his value ,la I'la

j collector I I''r'nly because! of the pleasing et'f't' for the country shot himself his pipe dropping from I which his rifle carried but It was considered respect until be became ...arce. but

The bond of the tax collector i but beesnie of the attraction and his mouth as his dead body fell ,: sport nevertheless, ltd the now may of thorn. ssh' hey hail.

roud oe made sufficient In amount toguarsnt I value consideration beauty gives to There were seventy-three lynching I across that of his 1 wife He had been I I I i alligators .were shot and left to rot I I protected the alligator sooner
against 'he same A beautiful home, beau- out of work since the teamsters'strike. .
e the county of .111\\tiful surroundings beautiful streets, ;* in the I'nlted States last year, Had there been no saloonshe I!I
Ion, anl the disbursement the victims \ shot It Isprobable
being hung
funds if* tke county. which the beau'Iful fields, farm. bulldingaetc.. or would net here been drunk I New County Officials Assumed
that this Is
attends would be but littleaddltloaal will do more and go further In attracting a greater: Had there been no strike he woulo
nrer oum-I
ber than executed
work for the collector" people to come In and set. were have been at work If there were t

The suggestion seems to be a goodone I. 'ile than anything man can do or pro-I --r- t no poor. weak miserable, erring I The Reins Of Office This Morning

and the matter should be thor Tide Along this line the Chicago claims to have done amounting a ',i human beings there would be fewer ;;'
mall order business In 1'06
iiathly discussed so that the Legislature -I "Talon very Intelligently says to the tragedies
will be In a position to handle I tieopli ot Florida: to IKSOOOOOJ. while its dry |I I o

he question wisely and for the best Iher Is no state In the union good: trade ireathfd S24D.000.000 '' There has been much complaint I From Dally Metropolis. J.II" ,, Installed E'u..ptlr 0 O Currl.

1 Interests of the people when It meetsIn There beauty of surroundings is as and (Its grocery sales f 120.000.000. 'I recently about forest fires In Dade All of the new county officials\ chosen treasurer-elect. who will not takeover
I tiluable to a town or a community It woo d be tnterest'ag to know just land: other counties of the State I the office or rather assume the. \I-
April. In the general election last :November
--0- "" It Is In Florida Our light I. not how much of this business was fur- These fire away cost great timber duties. until after his commission, (

Sheriff Frobock Is to be congratulated : under It bathe. if it It not teen of Dished by Miami I and property losses There Is a law I and who will\ serve the public which his been delayed In transmit i
a for the stand he ha taken to ,, all men. It Is teen by very many, and I ai against the setting of woods fires. for the next two year. except Ion. arrive .

rid the community of the vagrant and 1 I'Aooie! : who see It In Intel'lgence! andIn I i A doctor who has got into th and for the benefit of those who have I Ilastalied.Z. T. Me-rltt. county clerk, already I l Those taking office today were a* ::

bum They are undesirable. citizens culture ere very far above the av newspapers says the American of and who would offend we quota took chart this' morning follow: 1

in any oflcnmunity and the more so l I rage of Americans ;i line i future will he taller and stronger i from the revised statutes: Burning No ceremonies attended the retlrIng County Commissioners- George B, (

In this where there Is no reason or II I The. beautiful town attracts vision i than the man of the present A tall 1 Woods 1527-Whoev r sets fire to of the old and the Inauguration Baker E. G. Tweedell. A. Lee Ale J

cause for any one who would work and all dames mpke profit out I man is not particularly attractive or burns any wild forests. woods lot the new members. Cordiality and le.. R. L Wail and C" W MrPber- i

being Idle Work seeks them but >f them even while they are merelyvisitors but he Is more so than a fat man lands or marshes except IMtt..oI good: fee'ip prevailed the retiring son

goes begging: The sheriff It on thee i Put many who come as vls- who Is offensive to the eye. We have I February and March :11 of each officials vo nnteerlng and assisting ,I County School Board W W. ,

right: track I "ors remain a' tettlert Often they too many such Obelity Is a disease, I year or between the aid d..... wltu 1'1 their successors In every manner Farls. J R Anthony. Sr aad H S.
o are well enough off to lake life e..,.. and those afflicted with It are moat tout I giving two days previous noticeto possible to begin their dutle Tn* Peaaock '

Mocthan S.C/0 mil. of railroad end are able to gratify a preferencefor tnfortunate" Nor Is the fat man's -11 persons U"lollhln one mile most Interest centered In the organization Tax Col'lorT' J Harden '.

were WU In the rolled Sates last pleasant surroundings, even burden lightened by the knowledgethat -:of he place Intended to be Bred of the Board of County Com I Supervisor of R.&llIr.tlolIJ C.Jurlaabaw".,

xear-which was 10 This Is less ( here the opportunity for moneymaking every idiot he meets feels at ( shall be punished *>y Imprisonmentnot mlssionert. but eves this was quiet !

than the 102 mileage which was ( : It not at In-at.. can be liberty to comment on his misfortune. exceeding: sixty days or by fine and the contest that had been expected I Those re-elected to officeMessrs are

6.1. and a little less tLu that ot found elsewhere But let us hope the future : Lot exceeding one hundred dollars" over the chairmanship did not Butler Bnrtaahaw pennork.

l'OJ bit with thrse excentlont It i| The beautiful town attracts this man will not be over six feet six I We publish this for the benefit of materialize I land Tw- dell Beside these varies*

la the largest la man yean, though t' as-- the cultured class. and the, Can the medicos arrange It so that the Metropolis readers who may Quit a crowd gathered about the I Justices of the peace and constables \

.he average: usual amount since and coming adds to Its desirability as a the well-prnportinaed six-footer will deem It necessary to burn pasture or court hon* as idle spectator and nn-hofi' the round also took office -

Including 100! has bt. n j 11J p'ace: of residence be the rule In the future' other lands by noon all the official had on today





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to -vtend ih liquor limit no a. to '
In. udp lUlrv in Hall tint were nut A HATTER HEALTH \
In favor of emending It to Colored i(
.; ",. n Th," oute ">f the propo..-dm ;..
< nded llmli' was tratcd on 'h. R
map and tits 'hone mho had )>...n :;
In doubt had b... ome stitislinti MrKauiersnn .
made a motion to rwon
elder the ord!na""I"" The motion jQY4
was upcondtd l>%' Mr Cronland. both
iif ,. h.m hid voted "n.>" the first
time On the volts bring riled
\lr--srp 'ro'an,1. R.lllv. ChjilUKaulernnn -j.
and Wharton toted ><...:' 1 -
KilN and Meiersllw>n Cheathim<< and !
Turk r. "m> \. It requited oft
a majorln cote' the ordinance carri. -
.'d and IKJIK will! no" l I.e ....hi In )
llnlc\on IlaP!. and In or1)1,. k on
.\V"UII.. G In Coor: d 1 nm nOiti ,
KUT&RTOOLS .. r Ihln: iht' adoption ofh-
< ode of Mian1 .K '>pa-id hl'I.' bAKING f.
\'l":-r"\ (au'lr| the" meting "a.
unln"' rt-*tirt Thi!< dinance had t
retld two rtadinai B: a jrmos
me.'tlric and sac laaituou-h) adopted -
w << on 'ho 'thlrj POWDERAbsolutely ;1:
Owing to Clerk Krllu suffering
with a note' :hroit the reading of
Do Their WorkThe !the of,the previous<< meeting<< / Pure
vat di.:1:irnwd, ,tth
Mayor S<.Hfll communicated to A Cream of Tartar Powder If

best workman cannot get satisfactory: council his apjxjiDtnunt. of V. J free from alum or phos-
Fl<-nr' at ix> .Ireman on the fnutn
results unless his tools do their work. side ;.t reiciilk: ii nun rf )u. wi. a"pu."JTh "s
Keen Kutter Tools give the user the <-,le hf'ng! : j report from the fl- HAS HO SUBSTITUTE }
natici oninmitt >. the city clerk IDtu ;
greatest: possible amount of assistance by ,
"h",1 l i n,imil hat thenis no* im"
cutting clean and true, and by holding hind a) on I 200. suffhieni 1,1
ill- i ( in ::1"\1" i Out hi- exM" .,is '.
their edges so that little time is lost in ("nll.I.llnl| w t lodgi about ihitr xooc-oc: <<<.()C.C.OC0J( ; ()' >(. v.:. 1() x" 111zk11Ii

> .'t IUhi, 01 Sin .'r..t. '' r
sharpening. Every Keen Kutter Tool is and (:. and the clerk: "as I I.MIIIIIIed !-
to direct ,the In..l.Iln. of l,,.
designed for good service and long service.No .
lUhM lu that block : : :: :
better tools are to be bad. They :Mr I'aiilerooii. > b.llrl1'3n' of 'ih., n-
fair commtttet' r'I'i >rted that h>" -
+ have been standard for 36 )"CIUI. had ordert-d a h rre] of dl I."lntectiul, ; :to
------- :4;
for the use of 1 b' K'nliary department << -
The Keen Kutter Trademark coven: '
Mt the da uplng ground and I IK! ranidly going to the front the uad- }
as !
a complete tiDe of tools and cut wherever necessary Ills action was !

lery. Sold by approved lug\ city in South Florida. Everybody '
Mr \\ilton brought up the quetlon :,
I of remedying the condition of i is! going to Miami. Now is the time to I,:

the streets and the cleaning: np of choice location
I I secure a either for business Ii
the block between the city hall and
the buildings facing on Avenue D. i i or residence. Choice locations in ;Ji.

(council It wa the that unanimous a remedy opinion should be of the applied ,' the city for sale by : : : : : : : ;

and the clerk waa Instructed 1
to communicate with the Board of
Public Work, relative to the same 'I FORTDALLA8LAHDGO.
they<<*. to be urged to act In the premise

Mr Cropland complained of the poor service given by the Avenue! : ,"
D bridge tender and especially that Call on Or 'hi'

F. T. :by the tender employed by the city I :TOUiTB.Apent.: :RE ii5x5Y. ?r. =S.TC RAIZ. .1.4: ;t.
BudgeCorner i He said 'hat boatmen are put to a I Fort Vice-Pre. For Dallas

great onvenlenc In having to Dallas Land Co.. Miami. KU. dCo. St. Augustine rla }
spit the piearnre of 'he bridgemen
I to open the draw for their craft to
puss through!:! and thought that soma
thing: shoe J be done Mr Wilson i ,I-/
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corroborated Mr Cropland state- ;
meut It was the! derision I of tCe *
Twelfth Street and Avenue D. Telephone 77 council that the clerk communicate ,I

with: both the r..ard of Public The Ocklawaha
Works and Board of County Com I
I mluloners relative to the above matter .
and urge them to see that more TANQ['UNII, FLORIDA 1 II
I attention I I. given<< by the bridge! tender .
CITY COUNCIL AMENDED to their dntles Want Orange Grower to know that It li to their Interest to buy tree I
Mr Cropland also complained of from their stock Senate they hays THE BEST GROWN IN FLORIDA.
Tat ci Co.REAL the fishing hat I H done from the Are r.OOD RESULTS can oalv be obial.e H. urn ; LIQUOR LIMIT LAWFrom ine D bridge; Ife recited that varlI I of ROOD ROOTS, item that are STOCKY, top WELL: DEVELOPED :
I on* persons ..... a small platform and leaves and woodlnat I is ENTIRELY FREE Of INJVRIOl INSECT 1I
milt!! from the bridge to catch mnl- LIFE OXR TREES hart all these GOOD POINTS I la tkelr favor aid w.
Daily Metropolis Jan 4Jattf !I't. a three-hooked snag: being' used I corlclallv Invite your inspection SPECIAL! : INIHXEMNETS are otfsr-
ed to those who will plate their order for fall
George A. Worley, represent \ few daft ago he had occasion to delivery OUR NTW
Inc certain and various persons In an >aa under th* bridge In a skiff and EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PERSON BROWN PROLIFIC.,
ESTATE endeavor to have the present city 'amt over lietng en::aged In the neck: AS PINE4PPLE. ASK ADAPT H CATALOGUE, FREE '."

liquor limits changed: to aa to permit 'IT one of these hooks He held It a
317, IK* Street.. "On the Ground Floor Phone lib the sale of Intoxicant In tin I- inloince that should be abated The Address The Ocklawaha Nurseries
con Hull hotel and a dttlKnated Itv attorney stated that he thoughthe
portion of Colored bun lust night; prevent laws were sufficient! to o. W. CONNER Proprietor ',.);
talked the city council Into reconIJerloc top thi' nuliMntr<< but If not that Tangerine' Florida, \ wa
will secure an elegant bay tront build-
$2700 00 their action after<< killing the he would dr-ft' an ordinance cover
tug. lot 100x7 5I ft with riparian right I ordinance prescribing: the iw.nie miJ ng this particular offense Or M. S. BURBANK Apt, Miami" Florida )i

For one f the handsomest houe in Info pas.'1s* the measure<< by a ro'- City S. oltllf>' Inspector R n Nell Our CUEOCIDE preparation for ,he destruction of
On ants lea. aa.
$2800 that the I III In
repnrttd city grad
the north "ide. Very easy term. X Eve to three. This much developed other vermin 11'11do the work.
condition though the trash wagons f t
publicly bat what other convictions .
I nn For choice building loton ave C between he succeeded ID Injecting in- art having: nil they $1500. 10th and 11th St. Same price for one + and keep It.u. The dump {
|dos 10th Street. near avenue C. mistakes ground va* also reported In good:
faco. I condition Collection amounting 1
$500 00 Cash and $560.00 a year for three yeai. The ordinance was the flrst matter : tu $217 were made during!: the month Fred'k. S. Morse '
for splendid 5 room house food location taken up after the meeting had or lot December from Inspection and }
aDd its third turned Into the tm ury by him. ,/,
gashed was placed on
C7CA AA CASH and balance in 1. 2 and 3 year than the above there
Further waa
tad Baal two baying
reading readings I
$1 Jv/.vU for a residence aad food lot on are. D been given It at a previous little business transacted and after iReal Estateotnoes .

A splendid two-story house with aU meeting sad resulted In its defeatby I auditing and approving the current
$3650.00 modern COII..eaieace. located on 9th St a vote of seven '"nayt to one i monthly bill. conncil adjourned op stun Cr. .A.... c and IS U .
"a,.." President Wharton atone votIng ,
t "or an elegant house in choicest part ot In favor of the ordinance I IMlOt'. ('H \M K\K TO
.000 00 Miami Co Florda.
.city, corner lot only 1000 cash required With tie defeat of the ordinance .U'PIt'R lTHIH (ITi ,
Mr Worle)'. who had remained silent t.
C I 1C A A A For an avenge C residence two- tory. up to this time addressed the I ..
\XJw.wU four room, easy paymentFtr council He sold that they' bad taken On W..d lKda, night January IS.I : AGENT OR LANDS or J.

: $500.00 a choice building lot located on him been entirely lead to by believe surprise the as ordinance he had i ling I Prof: under Charles the Lane management humorist of lector-the I Florida hast Coa t Railway Co ,;

20th street would be paMtd lie then proceededto Dixie Lyceum Bureau will\ appear at Florida ( 'oast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co.

1600.00 Fine taker seventh street Jot for a quick the recite discrimination the Injustice council of the was net eierHsing of- I|life the auditorium Methodist Church.under the South auspices Prof of Bo-t m aud Florida Atlantic Coast Land ('A). ''f;, :

in Permitting the tale of liquorat Lane .Is regarded: .. one of th. finest
the Royal Palm Hotel which I* 'religious lecturers now before the
Clef "t home well furnished, immediate Ir
750 00 public. Of lecture In Tampa. the -
$ a
possession. See this quick net In a business but residential portion '
of the city and excluding: : It i Tribune of that city "rs. :;
from another which I I. strictly a bns- The. treat of the evening time In
Some avenue D
exceptionally cheap properties .
the of Prof. Lane of theSouthern Miami .
suitable for business Iota toes portion appearance Bottling Works
He said that the purpose of the !.)'rf'om Rnreaii the talented -
Investigate our new "Home Addition' where lots council was not to do a* they wantedto Georgia humorist who lectured I .
can be bad at $150 each on small monthly payment do. but to do as the people" whom before. the Florida State Teachers WALL & McGOWAN. Props ..
they were serving, wanted them to \so .latlon last night lie was ; f
.,;.. RIVERSIDE i* atiil the bet place in Miami do. Relative to the establishmentof greeted' with loud applause and bet I I 1Kb Street. Near R. R., Miaul FlaManufacturer d .t
for investing tn a lot for a home or speculation Buy a liquor limit la Colored Town | can his remark by an apology foi I t ".
now before prices arc again advanced he said that the majority of the people ;' nil appearance In garment: other of "
In that part wanted a saloon, and I than the regulation attire prescribes ';
: txduslve Prices that a petition signed by all classes i for evening wear I 4I
even the preacher and women bat I "The subject of his lecture was |; All Kinds of
, been prevented council for the same I"Tbt'i Analysis of Laughter" a subject I s f'
We have thi cacluMve agency tor several ot the Continuing Judge Worley recited abonpdlng at once In opportunities !: Soft Drinks "
. beat orange and grapefruit groves in the coaat,. that It wa the duty ot council to for the display of erndltlon.and e
" the residential for the phase In which the .
tAt n* tell you about themRiparian define bndncia and merry
limits of the city by the fact* In the lecturer delight To attempt a rruaa4 Attaattaa to AO Orwara. OM-tf-Twvn Gras Boetrsst
I caae raid fact to be determined entirely summary would be nonsense Nothing ga
by the number ot business lea* than a stenographic report would I t tI
: Rights --- -- ---- -- - -
house and r-nldence In certain part do justice to the subject and this I
lot the dtv. the majority of either In- must needs be accompanied by a vita- 1-
j, *A e. can sell yon some choice river.. bay trout (dlcatln; wb.t It Is. He Informed copl* picture of the man himself : Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
': at low and on tern. Value
properties price easy the ,
la that lend life
council also tll+t If the matter was the lo ,
on "Riparian Rtfhta' will never be a* low &II now :taken ta the clre-ilt court which he "subjects with which he dealt s
Inquire what we have ,would be compelled to do--unless "H* quoted eminent authority on
hi* clients were given Justice that I ith. subject of laughter: from the ]
j We keep our own carriages and automobiles, hare the action of council I caustic pen of several eminent Eng-
a large corp. of salesmen and it i* oar pleasure tc j v ,nwd, and they he'd op dtobf'rlrJ. 1''llsh misanthropes l In lighter velbi
. "Show Yon" Call at our offices at cule i frot the French authors Each
Con'l<)eraVe' discussion followed i Inolm w.s enlivened with joke and Tasteless Chill Tonic
; sad the majority of those who had ''unecdo'es, each of which was n hammer
J. H. Tatum & Co. Oa the ground floor I voted aralntt the adoption of the orilnaace tap that drove the subject home. r
317, Street. expressed: their willlngnew 'n'" th. braID- ..n. of the llu'erer i No-Cnr*>No-Pay. 50 crate. r-:




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______._____EIGHT .\. .

MANY ARE FLEEING[ lot Ifemh t'ommisslon. I and l 2. block State 6.of Vtftt orlda: Palm to Y YACHTING SfASOHATCOCOANUT COVERED TO NECK :|: Mny Persons Have Catarrh of Kidneys 1

Ii 1 "I..rk I to hJuv' :ce of thi

I. I P"lriM0 ::1. from fHtem IN CRUSHED ROCKI' But Do Not It. 0
GROVE Recognize
1 ;.If until first Monde iftirHi ;
: -' &. .;' In Jacuarv. 1SU

V."," r : -' died A. B \\.a".r t t.t t.) I' ..lo,, I I' I I. r'p.'I.. I I.'in JI A War Veteran Sp'a4a Huajdresl

K 110":1 Opened By Biscayne Yacht Club- Si r..1'), ''". I-I.itl I i ron'ht..g" itil of In HU Attempt to Cart
", 'e :;" Huttle 11. n.. knon to
THEIR HUES oar I h. ?rdnlu r I, t''tnp.-d, | last i night Kidney TrcaOJe Me Teak Pe-r.... '
I I'' a C" In'Y Nociirlt* Co
l n .1. II I I. P.tarry. ('omniluionerore Ransom School Boys Amve at'n .. aItl', ,' nUl, n. 'IKnlt'd l I"oile. nl. I I5. tang n 'i->-. In nadlng
10 (;,- I It C. >nith for 1.565.. 40 Ringers Reorganize For The i-i. : Proved t&o Best MKHcto rt*
Sea- r e, n'r In "" "ion 2t. tp.03! aouthr vI tvcftsd.C .
near Oju bnudht to the coopant
n,;> 41all. IOn-Personals. ;Ita\:
I ; b'in| ri fog treatmentIt
\\" deod W W and R. F VTAr.HII the I* a "
Plant Of Standard PowderCo. a rint) apinam that last Saturday the I kldaeys very ,
Hall to George R. Gomph for 1.lInn ', mach neglected dl*****.
HP an were engaged; ; In unloading
And ten acre In section IS. tp 53 outh ('()('08oul Grote. Jan 8Tb. rut k from the cam The cars are I \ : 1 It I I. But until th. dlrs* has a flran ,
Burning 5,000
range 41 eaatXntliifdctlon efenl of the past seek was the open w, male that the contenta are dump- I.:: < hol.1, up''a the kidney that the p.,.... 4 ,

Kegs Of Powder Are Expected of 'mortnas: *. L. T. lag of the yachting season by theUlcane il mechinlcally from the bottom 'd'" '".'Ct !. begin to resltM I'ist then I. aoaa drangvmrnt *- s
Townsend to T W Roberta Bay Yacht Cub The club One of the cars had become s., h flrmI of th*** t rear*. ,

To xle Mortgage deed Tatem Wofford to i ball just! Installed In Its Muutul I ly packed that the ruck refused to i The sllhl" .backache, the fellag of

Expl \ F Sharpley for 11.SCO wet 12 building: acel)1'ne gas plant. They dump and Doy e went to the top of !'!'" 41It lwitudeandother waralag .ympton*) f

I.: feet of lot 2 and east !* feet lot hate a fine billiard table and a de- It to loosen iliad punch the rock

3. block SS north Miami Ightful reading and club room._ ht-re through ,,<.? lot They are Bot srt
A*..rcnmer.' of mort.: KO: E i.. all th>. magazines and papers are toW H* went too far toward the center the ...".., from hU regular work

ituhurp., I.\n 10 The planta Eaton and wife to O S Amadenarrant found of the car and as soon a* he had,
I x>.. .b.. h. dUeoTri that the kid-
i I build:aga of the Standard Pool \\ )' d""ed Mary A Gardnerto ', 1hladles are 't have a separateaieetug stock his pick Into the top crulst !| are sRretcdh. duct mot

It'r l Co four miles from here. was Flliabeth O. Dora for fluU and 1 place this rear. In one of theCmp of the rock the whale ma. cavedn I Bey. rroalMth

oI.'ro'.f'd i bf an explo o& toda :So- other .ronsderatlntis. ; mat !:S feet Biscayne buildings. *o then bur) lng him up to his neck In I difficulty. a* stag canaad by sae -4tilarrh '

yes were lost and ih* damage to 'lot -. block 121 rorth Miami. sill\ be no lairs day at the Yacht It Ida, ixwltlon waa critical and '

pltnt'VlII not steed flOtHHiU Warrant* de..d. I S Martin tofieorKt Club t* In fi rmer times the fact thit he stood upright In I I Ih ; Catarrh I. nmetime *n very gradaaS

I-ir fallowed ant U now ...lIh.. J ('irp' nter for $300 !SIn Admiral and Mrs IXlano. an thor rock prevented the car botngtmned s I. It. ."pr'.b .a.II'11 iII.rl.*r .ymplnma t

way toward ih.> storehouse. .h'f'lI section( 29!I. tp jl. south ought T enjoying their cottage; lite as Is cnxtomary. after the : raoturb. alight that It I*

here flthn ind .kegs n( loaderd raj.K.. 4: e"itIH..J at ('amp li:scaine content hue: fallen out and theether i| sat Butlced. 5
1-' K: C. Line Canal end' number IIowvrr..... II tosses Irmly nested
!. two car oa.In of dynamite are The masters and pup!Is ol the of the gang Pad to
red Tru nil. Co to David G Jon'a furS ran: C Hansom Adirondack Florida set about gKlng him ont This : rI IB the kidneys, U bnoo>*.. a difficult 'I

Ml rafff .>n 'h' Pennatsanta a n\e acres In section 29 li. 5. ::k..o.rrl..d\ on JKnua"I th III i :nnel dlffiult\ and It wan 'wi. hoursor dimueto.alermlaat.. i,

'moth ol th. road hus h ,'n "imrienul south. race <2 tam Purr Knot Camp lorthe winter term more before the Imprisoned man' Indeed ratarrh th. "!.Ia.y. i* mor

'd and for luh li tantu ale no* fUvUK b..ed. C C ChllllnKnorth and The ..unnmr term of thin! ... had U wait extricated wrtiMi tbsa esUrrb .srrtUg *om. of ;' '

10 she hiiiuiMior nlfe 10 M.mwitle Vimroe for SI and> at Rainbow Lake. In the .tdtronduk! Outside of being considerably the other organ of tb* body.

_. .-- -- other ruu.IJt.. >lallon5. lot 12. block iha MI ool 1.... abllnhed. In 1 Irs7: lirulned (lot l I. wa* apparently unlnjured In th. I lo Urmlast ,,

iti'\C'.\\ is 10. Clo. a additione..t Palm the Oral building for the .boot bin ) and 1 he wan carried to Danla In Url lht's It***** ..r diabetes. both of

1'KITH'.till IIIfa Bej< h Inc been built In the fall of that Since then he bra become very sore I IaaN LYl'CM.' spick' are reeogalaed a* vary .rtoa.. >B|
\\ arrant) deed Fort Dalia l.aodCo. 1 year It Is limited to taenty boys and deteltped other inlu11that I ailments, If Dot fatal.

hT.11*. Jan 10- Information to Mm M A. Hill for II..00 Mr. Random haa not tet arrived bal "made It necemary to bring him here I j 11 / Tb thing 'o b* done, when> esUrrh of ,'

has reached here that Bishop Duncan lot T. block 12C north Miami ,la \|>ecicd very soon The teach. for treatment .
the Udo. U dw .rd
*v is le Uk. ,
of the Methodist Church South :Mortgage df'f'd.I.. A. Hill and era consist! of Paul C Ransom. htad .r. aTM 1.. Javroz. Chaplain Cltrladal some J I:

I. crit"'a'l" I III at Spartanbnrg S husband to R. D. Clark. master; George C St John Karl P .t n fly Sin-ak. HljtityIminloTUIn ot O. (J. T and (haplala O. A. R., 1 .a. thai lat.nal.ynWmkcaurrh re....... Ih. very roam rowdy of the ,'

(" following an operation for a arranty deed Sarah K. Beaumont Mtirba, Mr bonier. Karl SomersIllduehold ( '" Cough iiensdy W5 Broad way, Oakland CaL, writes : catarrh and re_... the ea*** ol glen
carbuncle h.. 00' k and husband to Henry R. Peacock I I staffMm: Ethel Clark '
: fir II.(00. part of ae 1-4. aer secretary: ; Miss Kate Ketchum trained Mrs Michael Hart.wife of the ..up.lnt'ld..ot dimcaltyHuh +
i .. "I am u old ,teI'&L I ( a rndy ha. 5eai food I.Penaa. .
war *
l'l'IU'D: ./. \X HOMIM.O: lion 15 and a part of lot 1. section nurse ; Mln W Oumfy uouiekeeper of Curt Strvtce at Kingston : coal

M.N ETFt.tD111oTRK.1Tt 22 Ip 54 south, rang 41 gad. I 1 Jimnlra. Kent Indian Islands, | traded MTtn Uaddtr and kldaty j .. It rach. estsrra, B* auiwrwbr

Mortgage deed, Mr. K C. B k t I II. The 00)'" t' entt la number area says hat she has for home years | troablc."I II may be

Havana Jan 10 The .Icolql and hxal'and 10 heirs of C E Dar flaw lot at flk_s. and It is M used (haml..rllln'! Cough Remedy | .put hundreds of dollars aDd I..ted U tb. n-au A fOIl

g la. dec*.ased. :credit to Cocoanut Grove bate lor cough. croup and whooping eonioJtod body-whether lath KIDbeYDIECA.e: :
of the ex,radition treaty' between ('5- t. ] a holt .f doctor, tat
,..and Sara Satisfaction of mortpace.; Abel D. I IM them. cough and naa found It very beneflc i author did I mar riBosdBsessbraa
UouJngo U
a. food
r <1'Q
gHr spy
keieaa. to E. Rollin Davis et al .1.: She has .* W the BOX* and Uiro t, or
here wl.h great political signlticanieIt | the other bo>' school: at Cocoanti, Implicit confidence In
deed Fort II and "Finally BOOM *f my omrmdea. whether lah.* rmotcst aM of Ib*
Warranty Dallas Land would
Grove la 1 located at the old PeaceskIng without a bottleof
a ia the first International '
try he adir>ini4trafion ol Cuban art Co to J II Tatum for | .100. lo. building It does not open| before It In her home Sold by B'acarnelittag who bad bees curd by Per... ad- kid a.ya.I .
I trod m. to try I&. I Thai Ptmaa I Ie at the and
lllocv! 12 I Miami one safest
and al I
..ffklrs bfjihe lilted. Slate. Indlcaiig January ISlh and Is und"'r the dim: imipan) druggists ,
I : that the I nltt-J huttrs baa do \\'p "ann d-cd. John A Bethel tlon of )lr. and Mrs John Hopkins. "1 at one bonght a b rtl. aad mol reliable rme
,roteptlos, or '.0' compiling with theumie I and wit" to \\ P Briar for ITS. lot both of wDym came here a tea dears Elks MUMnl. Nh* many lesttmoalala -
14 of uMMlnn lo T. section kept it for asarly four mouths written by Itio who. hav *spr1nred -
teacEs-r .. using
In the Rai
l" I., r"'-enta,,1 ,b the CU.MIEU jfdjii vim a h >oI r* George R Oomph. R E
I ,public "1. "I 'r! ""I"h t rar.g 41 eaata I The simmer term of this school la at Hall \\m M Brown and Oscar T Pecans hat proven the bert audicina IU ""' "elll..

\\'. rarity deed I. \\' Hubbar. take ....."101. In thdirundiMk Conklin. the "roiiiniUle appointed by I nr used Ky paina anon I Tb.teutlmontu given hr .. aly a
rd s le to \>' II B 'nil-it for |3oO:; Dectmea of Ibo trailmonial oa
If tloil "' ..:" U.I. "M: '''':\ .--' iVaidts Mr arid Mm Hopkln 'th re tho Elks Ixxlhf to put on a mmatrel' and I b. ion myMlf to be many
"t'n f, -> t In as IIOtl 21 1. It!>. 4C aouth ; sIB be Mr. Charle*. Ion k. and MrV how this winter! met In the Elks! ( oar records. pertain'03 t* the r.It'I sf.

Tu .\ecept the (Mice ut IVenMc-nt of 1 ante 13 eistU \ :win an as teailurs. and M.... Cr.iluas club rooms P lurdaj afternoon and eared I forded by l>run* f la ca" of kid-

' Miami .a>-... I. It1&0'1:- in UnatOt. 1 hous,keeper ...1t 11'4 material for an -to-date I Iinlnmrel "I fed wtll aDd would not be ay trout I*.
iv-ake. right of liar 'n ctlnn ZII'I The Housekeepers Club New tear Rhow The Elks lx>dge has i withoat bottla u time of need for For tree medlral I I advloe. aJdrms Dr.

Ioni p Ii.i nonlh, range 39 eaM reception was a great success and on Its tin.nib-rphl roll some excellent :, 1 tea times ita COlt." ,, H. |t. lUrtman Prr.Mlrnt 01 th. Hartman
U"lIt : Jan !9
VtroK.iN| WarTMnl) peed Mabel K Plero',: the ladles are now planning; a retep' taUnt. and the IM'OJ.le of Minn &um, Uumbj; 0.._
Al the' meeting of the MerchantstuKiLiatlun and tuband to J. H Tat for
r. dm tlon lo Mrs John 8: Frederick and I ateassured of a (nod minstrel
last t night Mayor John 4t';.00
btwill. who van el..rted president tof,>r* sold by grantors In Pierces j itb. to make It withstand the violence of The (..ripBetorv

a, be last meeting filed a letter deilii disiatou' of Lemon City. the game J beln Miss. .dire Ella Is kiting; ( Mrs .V annual la*.,r. storm and water. which heretoforehave .

.in;, 10 adept, the oflhe and hotsI I In ,.....,Ion S. tp !S3 south range : t. UOKKKMr dou It much: damage Mch ere can'Ire' w"hiher
t, :Mann shows.
01 hHating uiiung ether' thing 42 real' .; and Mrs Knits trod fimih Reason a mush i hi\t guff, red ,', ir

''h'\ I 11. would !*' 1011.| o>i.ii.ufor'. himfci 11ar'urt d<-d. J II Tatum.! of linn'nn. are ihe !HIit ;" ilvalal shah Xi.nii hid r,> endimh horn at the ('or'r of ---- :. 'rea ;. on ran ntllrr: 'h' :uf .
air for
it t the
t ,\ the ofw-t the time and H in- nx 'o M\ amt E'e cctilc Kallwa Co '
) ( .
r ..., . aBip Bscxnr.The n..f tw w ks. |' tiled iii] a.1keYSla'utda \\i-e COUHM-I from tV South ,?'rwK Hcdunl UII'; :. .In all,,, k '>ihe
rma 17 It "II t> i > ot-o. t Ir. i I"r $11 too th urn lots and l..tdimid 5-,..t, ate rran- .
S via: wl""I I be held : Ikht and Irft for \\.t g.Ii|>. u: less he baa had he air,
;" nixe ICK jl anr bio UK d' nel'Drd anote *' ng \'al..nl1', tdlr. to Le butt. .
Ink Palm, Beach .
.. !) date la Mane a 6w nrtmV ee' Mort/ .":se deed. Maud C. Chase next month The shows acre sell 1 want to give; some valuable aditce nil ".p'rl4'nt.. There I U 'Ir ,b.b"n. "?

The proHWd| fl.'g-lo-ILg. nio or a 1'.< inland I to hunuel H. I'ol "mile" John :\d,1I-".n nee of the I'air"nlz 'd here to those who suffer with lam .i disease. that catiM-n .*. niiuh i,11.-
lost rice B.. discussed and .1 .. a. lurk odeM .. I lack anti kidney trouble. says J. Riitiken Iral and nunuil atont ur .lIlo-h noi
settlers ba
I bIt opinion of all present that no IVetl Button and Florida Allan' honor at the on th Housekeepers) axe a' ;;flubew n..tfJf filimliiig: I'oal Palm Ifcick ..hli!>. of Beck. Tenn "I haveroed ... esful v d..r)..s nit-ill. Ii l .
' ,' ronble will be experienced In railing! tic C..akt Land Cu. to i line Hahi. 1 N \.ar'lI reception and Mrs J ('onl.a.-fo HradT Muller and .> to an absolute certainty that danger fron ihe cr p. h.iw'rer ma..

the necessary amount for prim lor I la. lot &. bloc). 2. Hallanda'e. 1 T. Peacotk; Aunt Martha ass the Mann, are engaged In adding a farther Electric Bitters will positively. cure )r... ,..old<'4 hr the prompt Iristut
addition to the
commanlcatloB was received Warranty deed. tmanuel Ix Royal Pam: thU distressing condition The Brit rhamhtrlainls ough Remedy
> I acknowledged belle of the occasion ,
from the E C. I dock. which: when completed. willmate idle gave me great relief and after the
F. aRllway Company el us to Anaa M. Maglll for IS innother '' x (a receiving a gnat deal ol .tar' Among tens of thousands who
: the dock gigged .
explaining why It la Demur) considerations, lets 13 and 14 | 1 along' the en' taking a few more boltl... I was have used this remedy not ODe case ,

10 bars all goods checked at the *:;- of block 34 and east half of tot 2.: |!jtloa The Cocoanut Grove Rangers cole- tin| << front of the hotel property and I Completely. cured; so completely" that ; has ever been reported' that has reunited :
glee It a rapacity of thou It
taut before delivery The rommsu block S(. Miami I Ibrated the ending of their club 1. nearly one becomes a pleasure to recommend In pneumonia or that ha. not I

k tk>o was spread iuD the minutes Sheriffs sale. John Frohock t.B'scarne : with a One meeting on the 4th. year)Most I :la ska-4 beta feet built docking: room. The dock seals great remedy Sold nnder guarantee (1 recovered For sale by all druggists
tM-veral committees reported lumber and sufflclertty subsUntlai at all dn< P.J- Sipplw Co. of the members were present and .....
gr' ova and after to* dlaposltlon of a ff''w or 131. IT. lot 1. FI'era subdivision! I j besides the ectlon of officers anjnoancrment #

other minor matters the meeting 'lot 2. section 30 t?. (3 south rang I was made of the name of

adjourned '''u eat; also south half of a* 1-t | the winner of the 4ndubon prize lathe I

|lot ae 1-4 of section IT. and the ael-4 beat essay on b'rda, i M

IK.i PAPERS of nw 1-4 of s'! 1-I of section The fortunate winner was Ranger

tp. S3 south Wage II fast 17'1 George Peacock who received an ova* I

Warranty deed W of ford Keppisty. I I Labor II-n. J. E. \\lllamt! ttoa The Rangers also celebrated I
1 to JertTllsnn for 150 lot J. D. Tnrner Empire Goods
i ha day by passing a vote to admit Dry t
i. block Z. llallandal* \\'.rr"OI' ded Cl errs T Brown I t tet Ihe Deed Boston aid Florida Atlantic
nl to PIa-.trr! Btrd hr I4SS. IS handed In the envelopes containing

( .Mat land Co 10 Jerry \Ml on for ,, acres In sect on t. tp 4t south.rang* I 'be money they had earned during
12. loa 11 and 14 .block 2. Hal :: 43 wst
I j j ha summer toward a town clock I
.ndale. W'arrantv deed F irt Dallas Land
I I Ont of them pro OtIPd that the money
0-4. BU and Florida Atlantic ,, fo to "hllr Hr-ie" or .0. loll. I I into
( $11 55)) should be put In the aav | sprung prominence during the past year is generally
C"'I I-ltd Co
to JerryMlwin lor block t 29 Miami Ings! bank where It would draw font conceded by the \
1:11:: lots i and 4. block 2. HalUn : I I I'O'D public to be the most popular place to purchase
the ,
per cent on dollar which brought
d. "' ('un- rat Long Trouble I tb,' hous The Audubon all dry goods, notions, etc. This is the result of doing things AIt

? ire It"de': I end Co toi' M. 'trite Is to l* I pren"nU-d on J nuanth right and pleasing the people in both fow and of
I IL h ,1\1 lor ;: In price
twenty' sees \It Is row el"\en ) I''r'r."t> I had ,
% b< 11viceprestdebt 1. Kirk Munroe who IK a
"I oII/ :: I. Is 50U h. range 42 s n no e cap fro! l ronsimnltonj"lrtre : of the Audubon bocltr goods. NEW INVOICES JUST RECEIVED at the EMPIRE.

a, C. 0. Fiord I a ,leading biA .

S-lIl.r.'t"'oD! "f mortgage. G I I. ieva man of Keratiw. S. C. "I On that div the Ringers will. give:
H a. 11 to Jehu P. Hoffman. ira.'e.i -id ran do.'n In eight to 1J"5 .
reception to ahlih all who are In-
VS Tant ded C. J. Ko t>. atiri minds and couchl
{ was ron..lllnt'l>tf'l"8.d| are IDlh',1 A rising' vote 37
', i la fact for heirs ol t I0 I-; '".'11 Iv dm and by nlcht: Finally'I '>f hanks sac then glten lo Mrs Cases of Shoes
via tof.. E. C Hark. ;
lor I began taking Dr Kings New Uls- |Henry Belknapsho' has presentS '

1114)' nUt acres In .'ction *. rorrri and conMnnel I this for about The!S i iU Rangers!!: with a set of AuJuuoa '

IB, (< sou. h. range 41 east months. when my cough; and lung ''but'ons i .

D'ed H E Tuttle and wife t isIrma. 'rouble mere entirely gone and I Was I| lbs boys are 'coking forward to : for men, women and children in the latest and most improved styles

M rgnretta for SIOA and othereonaideratlona ,, reotr id to mv no.' gal' wef it. 1TOI
'I providing Cocoanut Grove with a All kinds of styles and prices.. Also beautiful line of the
south 19 leet lot 13 I
i>ou'd' Tnonvnd of w"ona are i very
|Mown i iI dock.: and are working toward
:t'd north it feet lot 14. amended I I latest and nobbiest styles of DUCK Hats for
l heal d e"eiv'' year Gjcranteed all that end Their club motto for Ib"l I ladies and children

tilt of Fort Dallas Park Arnrean.' Sbc:; and II. Trial Solo next three seeks I I" Take ran of ,
_Coramlation. State of Florida
toT le freerilimln 1'
the Birds and the bird chosen fori
C Beck Jr., to be _
notary public I
-- < udy was, the red bird Anotherprise '
.1 I large for a period of fontr ..l Pair au.wod Nwixl PrpoMr bra b. offered for the best
I' I, *n Children White Lawn 35c.
I s. dating frum January IS, 1 0"No H Dule Mil fir baa put rer of a mocking bird and the best Aprons, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDER'.VEAXUnderskirt ,
c of Len .t. W. Ornhani vs >iv. .. Istory i iI .
d a |>tir of thor >tnhlir-'d blood drawing I of a bird ., ,

IA: \\ad4ell and \\ C. Dedar hour ,puppies from the northern I I I ___ __ Infants White Lawn Dresses I. !, 7Sc t. 13.51

""g part of Georgia Thug are not ranch Till': U>\\ .: .tFn':1'1'111: I i cot Coven 2k ta C.M '

Deed C. Bin and wife to RlrbI'd 'Uretr than an ordtn r\ sired bologn ;- 65c 75c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 and $2.50 : Drawers :: WctatfJ: "* t.

'Igd for IJ<* St iota t and lu Kamuige at th a time hut when i i From Daily Metropolis. Jan !J I ,
lock :3. South ManconiaWongf 'I
ful rromn. will I.L' large those* '
:la A formal and most elegant receptlon -
"e deed Lucy Chapman eyes t .tuned br the coop ELEGANT LINE MEN'S PANTS
r j, waa held last night at the benutlfal Infants Iderdown Socks 85c
to (urrle Inves" meat Co.A&aigameut I ,
---- I home of )Ir. and Mrs W M 8.N t> U.51 1:
of mortgage. HorenctI > Fi' an'. disease of the skin ..* can i Bnrdlne on 11th street In honor oft '

: .Warranty I ie) t"t.1 deed to. F.Trustees M. Uoan Stuartn recommend r..I1/'M the Chamlieilaln llrh'ns, asA Salve burnlk I || of Rev h. welcome and Mrs to L.Mr D. l Lowe Ixiwe.who In lieu reurn. Big line of boys pants, 25c to $2.03. .1: Ladles' Dress Skirts $3.00 to $10.00 :

e'> T _. .
I. block; I. Stuart
cemeteryBill -
- -
cure This vlve I 1-4 also Invilnable | here" as pastor of the Methodist ,.
of sate. Ialdor Cohen to E for( ore nlpnlw. Kor sale bv ..1'drUIC Charch South and to Ms bride who

W Undl for ISO shelving In store .'..l* and B'scasrr PrOfit Co.
commences lie aa his helpmate. and
No 11v Avenue D. ('()oworl<"r In MI.mlolhloK:-
Mortgage deed Kd Cbaiarnri et Hew to Cure fhUMalas .spared to make the reception( a deIgbtful \
ux to E. A Ehman Goods
and brilliant affair Empire Dry

Mortgage. Wonderful Wilson et viUade "To enjoy Ireedom from chilblain.*.' I The large donble-parlors were Storer
County Securitt Co.
write John Kemp Eaat OtlsAeldi thrown together and the numerous,
Heed. F E C. line Canal ard
"I apply Backlen Ami'. SalveS members and tr'.nd.- came and I
Trans. Co to David G Jones for .?
and here also used t for aait rheuni | went through the lies I

ramp flee acres 42 east la section {9. tp i! south with excePeat resula" Oaarantewlto lathes S. T Gramllrg. : J M : J. R.: Elliott
rare fever" sore Indolent nlcen T' ek..nn Jr. T \ Mo">r L F Prop. Twelfth St. I
1)0004. Edward 0 BUck and Sarah ,
ply's. burns, wounds frost bite and I Hill and Y. D Price aiwttted Mrs. I
Jefferson execntors to ('bus. B If
' :5 cent! ft all *-0. r j .">b lor !*..vj" north :.w fee. storts 4
frt-shmenl wore sir" id


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New flat form Completed Installedtm Masrfer-----1 ---- --- j'.

IS The new platform or milk from Mr S. B \ultiran. S. M. TATUM ENTERS" When we began bnsUm. a year
and a half .
the north end of the e t<'nuinn dra's 'he Miami Steam laundry. has add ago w were told that
; I we were too far oat of the
along the ItouUvard has l been (' >mleted fd a large ii" n". cling miihlne baslne
'I> the .-quit '. hr I idant which center to get much trade A few
llrlrft Jiolrs J Jbl. .. ,, INSURANCE BUSINESS raUht come bat It mould not Day '
r L jjcrsonnllo \,'lll IiM Ih..> n..loI.I cork h(n Ih". I I""r t"I I"' n ,'h I. Ier I- Has the business tenor ahl'(O'd w4

"II' have me so many friend thaI \\1..y'
s. \t-n iif hr.. lin. h itfr in. mill, out of their
go to trade
r way
\1 Fetcn on "11,' 1 v.1 I
Fran I'i..fftt v orm nl :"m n 10 t
.. I I' '. ,11 I \ \l. i I ,,, with u,
.. 1 : ., '" 1 ., I .1 |" !
II.II".t.,4 th.. 11I01 ''n.: "Ioo i -i-ti d I Io Tht Is
,, ,. II I \\ W H ndn of the n some reams why our
.. firm
II mi" Ii .I pJ;' "II' v Hi i
.h. i
,. 'u" to \ \uI lu'n"I I k \\e-t \is a Mi nn''r w "iii' of I II. mi v : 1 business I I. growing so fast Each
.' ,; '>r" cu r I> 011 ,', .i a.\.I., I ,I' I i'h t rlt KI\ I IH I. : M.rarlane. g'
into hint ml taiuoat
r ':.I, allh' nh not' ce 1'(1(11', I. u.l., 11. ''h. nn teiiHiTflv that / \1'I ..i n .. I...; ., oltnlte' .. "I i I.WI1 i h" ,'-."nt lur the Mate of F'urida for I month It is so much larger thai the ti

place .ir.. snI!I .i; K Ig lh.. ,i't' orlon til a ih. lknt.. Hre In-urante ('0. w..Ibh.sdq"lIrt..ra I preceding one that It It a wonderto
Mi :M X Gr..n. has entered !thrf us where It comet from We
1I."a Mr and Mrs u"h .it. .h. inlj In Tampa who ban
I mahirNB -
$- tine n'|,Uu .. tit.I 'able Piano'ii. I ,an \rriv.U m March Silts been in the city the know It It not because of our personal ti
1-du'-achy night past several days
taa..I 1 on < .1 ih' I.mill it >hip ) aid
toy aged lullt>\ :Mr Dan "K>'lthVli The fo Wring ere late unviln' al has il.ced an agency for the above beauty because that would !

!March Mlla Mr 0 C nurh'n and SI.ash inxiinmf company .. .ltbIr: S M stop a clock It surely can't ke because
Italtl '
Martha Watson. of Philadelphia \- Pa J \\' Dm r r of our winning It
ot CKala U wife. Hurrisliurg Tatuii .hlt'h h. ways
1ChalM' conduct
Mrs J : .\ d ad riltl.'r. 6 f.. Lr1 In length along;
Is In Miami to upend the greater l'.. t because of our winning
ot Ur Jesue D. Patterson bin and site HirrUlviiru "nrhw w ih h's other business Interest. prices
the pest lu In dlam..t'r and bar
of the sra""oc Mr Oinir W and qualities Wh.t.D of
Itth street part F. SuUner city ( 1h 1 Diiie Fire Insurance Co. Is array
a'' ber home on 12 rail es rnd a button van found
winners have
I Unman and wife. S. V. we Alabastlne the
one ol
the old.and most. ,..lIabl"Aa..rl
by Dickinson the livldrrmUt and
Hardle. of St .. In beautiful; Devoe Paints, the durable -
M'an..1 end
"| lI. already ha
The crossing o! the street car 'r..1 j i urlo man on hit )rout steps this a splendid Peninsular
the guest of her brother. Mr Danl I TT .forrc over Ibone of the K. E C. Railway ,morning It la presumed the snake Stale. Plymouth Rope'. the smoothest '
Hardle and family M. M. Ramsey. who nat b. en vir Tatiiir. who takes the
b bad b.n agency
i ackt. al Avenue O If tog I killed by sumsfriend ana Studebaker and Rnjnell Wagoastbestrongest it
night machinist here for the F r: In thin Dickinson here. III one of the moat active and 1
way presented Mr -
: : Hel.hllmao.1 Urad feniUien are Ue best. transferred of McCormick Mowers th.
Mr and ; I. T. ley' C. Railway has been for dre-mlni "' MiamI' young business best That Is the reason we get the '
regular visitors' In !Miami art reg for sale by J. B. Lummas. Mlamt i lo New Smyrna. where he goe as : ten. and will push the bunlnens to asueresfnl trade Fair prices and good gouda ri

i.t.-red<< al the Oralynn I II much general foreman ot the railroad Work on M. LucieThe I end
I aWe >. I
shop there Hendry who It aim
Mrs J H F. Mul ett Is a young
i hull of the r "
'- 1 'dl.tnaltm; : man and a member of of Tam- Was \ornr Movey"The
her ..ditloD. tao Ui
lire D I. Hughet who has been Improved over I Lusti shish has b.Tn tithe '
If you are going to pay out your pa a moM progressive flrma leaves
>,'ry ill the last .e''ral weekssblle"n days ago termini! basin the past three I i
for machine. why not tonlrhl for Pennaro
good a and otherpoints
..1,11+ to the rlty Is well again. money weeks or niou sad I today to I
a Frankie Graves Is resting ; set the best. Other "' ."t.. are good: In the State In the Interest Racket StoreIs
and able to enjo being: out. Miss ,. he south end of 'the terminal dixkmhere
all of his builneviMX .
'' bue w. claim for the STANDARD
romrortalib today and Improvement -
the murk of ,lelnilldln\ ; thehouse i
: : the qualities nf others and many _
: ; I decided good .
more and work of the ,
Lnkena. bead trimmei 1 1C
Mss Lotta additional ones If you really want Till:II> tRI>SS ('IUITMIl :
milliner shop mill be coinnenod\ at once and 1I
11 VU & ) and supplies for be best machine made, can on us -- I The Place
Aetna dynamite ru h< d thiun- h) Io 'III'Io''lhD.1
C. H.
Ihxa.d al Captain >. C. Mrt .1ftrrs4u..
:. Dr.d'i ale' by Lummtu A B.weU. I or let us call on you mat we will: tell 1'nArrtiay '

.- bout them IHalii ill I.ill)I.. KivirMm anti Hrvtrri:I Offlo.rf I l
I I,
Mr sad: Mrs H. H. Harmon of Mr J O rVwan. of the firm ol M. :.a'.u. of I "I I :S' I:Iv.r. '.
Fire Homt In bertlce"' gain om /lnllM..lropoU*. Jan t
('h'rago are late arrivals In Mimi fossil liens. is the proud fattier: of The fire horse whch was bud.vInjured II g the season at theIuu.r mho made his .' saint hour,' Mini.I.! ., The .
id d'" kMated<< for a ten pound vary tpie Its Uweekt n morning '
on OIK o( legs. about DC. met
yesterday afternoon at
We h thank
w i" to the people of Mi
houset'spt rsn(t at his home this morning hotly I ik Ming iirepaiitl. bv Fndertaser I
I | ago: bv a 'ol'laton with r the home of Mrs. 8. T. C.ramllM. still and Dade County for their gnrrout !
--- "King and will! U shipped. uu to
I while
sign board answering an alarm and enjoyed a pleasant seiwlonArrangementt paironace during the past
Seale and daughter Jehul..oIae Mr and Mn James T. Sanders has : recoied, 'lobe night train to I Lady Lake Florid. yearand ,
of fire atiivieient'y were commenced especially during the holiday sea
Soale. are keeping house on : :xn: moving; from the Mehla cottageon !!: where Ih. Interment wilt lake place sonN sold
put bark In service for the observance of General Robert : e good at reasonable as
: h street opposltr the MJnneap' the Ilvulevard to apartments In' The bod) .11be\ accompanied bv a K lees birthday. January Itthe possible and we believe you appreciated
oils I the rinfey building on ith street mm. Archer M> Lain .
('ar nliMMlrT Ilrady for I .r exercises\ to be held under the : it by giving! us si] the pstnostsjie
I i '
The machine for unloading flatcars au<*f4ce* of Tine Anderson Camp you could This coming year we
Or and Mr H. S. Taylor and Monty to Iou o> improrea propeI'tJ.1 loaded with sand and rock hat (*_ \\ lthtlnnta Unn .'U. C. V and the Son. ofeter- I I will endeavor to do even better and a

< hlldrea of gprlogfleld Tenn are : J. S Amsden. Cooouvt Orore been made ready at the terminal Mr A. S Gideon who hat been '' ana. tasted by the Daughters and ,,, hope to hare a continuance of your

tlnlticg Mr and Mrs. J If. Dean i I'I dock for transportation to the keys : one of the foremen of the F. .:. C. 'oth-r. The exercises will take placeat I'! good will wish and patronage We sincerely and
: Prosperity
a i heir home In "Rlrers'de! )(r. C. F. Forsth left Saturday where It will be set to work This Railway extension at ramp No 4. the Auditorium. the children of I'I happiness everyone '

'on hi* regular traveling rounds. and ',''machine will unload a car In a very 'has resigned his position with that the f()boot participating The program (I I
Mrs Emlle D Anthony of West will\ not return to Miami until next i i few second I c ompatl,. and accepted one with the will\ be announced later

Palm Beach Is visiting Mr. and I March \\' J Ollv-r Company rontra..tera. (I The annual election of officers also -

Mrs. VM Pope al their home on : I II llrvke klsis.fl ftrc.ordI ,. of A'lantk. Ga Mr Gideon : took pac: and resulted at follows y'

the south tide I I Miss Daria of Illinois ft trained' Meurs. Charles K. Friedman. .\ f lend In Miami will\ regret to heat ; HANDLERS Or EVERYTHING r;

''nurse. has arrived. In Miami to have :I of his l but glad to know he CI
of L. \\atson and wife. of SandimAV: avng: Mrs. R. C. :McGahey. president EVERYTHING SOLD CHEAPER
W. F. ,
Mr and Mrt :charge of a case and U registeredat 0.. made the record raich of king 1.. going with this well known firm i Mint Renal Fuller. vlco-presli'ent '

Plttaburg regular winter visitorslore the Colonial Terrace I I fib for the !reason fishing from the I ___ Sire 's T. Gram'Ing. recording'

aud returned large for property the season ownershme I j '!' yacht Strange. Captain CD-tries Me (hlld IU. llr IlE''r..larr' l ,i W.\ H Chaille! &<< Son

i 1 yon want fer1111&er. consult t. K. 'Iloy The catch consisted of silt* 1! I I.ltl\\ Strte", Ferris. son of Mr I Mrs Oulld Smith corresponding'

Mrs J H Sir auk. Is entertaining Lummus. agent tor tie oU reliable 'of these great game fish and Mrs Tristram Ferris residing wcretwrrMrs I I i
.. i -- 'Inn \ H. badly burnt last W. H. (Combs
:; an CII"b..1' Ulster Miss Nel' 'le 'iradley good I >line was treasurer #
\uderson of Ocala Miss Anderson I IH"Mng Platform Torn %way night: try upsetting a pitcher of I Mrs R. C May registrar and For a GoodInvestment
I\ Since the register of the tonipUIniwith bolting hot tea which had been hlstoilan
last '
-t"I..d Mr Sirunk season Mr McCormick. of Louisvillei .
sill -eu-ain here several weeksMr i i Ky. it a late arrival the city and council last Thurndav night of I placed on t the table for supper upon I
the i existence of a plat/otn', from theAvenue his face and h..t. Dm Jotkson I Six; extension dr..dltl'1l.a'nmpr Phil I II
u added to the force of talesmen In I
we. DeGtrmo a preparing '. store D bridge and the fishing |I'.h and Hiiddf! i i h" Ideal dry goods
I"tans for a large and elegant tmoior 'herefrom I brldgeivnder l-ev has torn'away ,nioned and the little' victim made a. hOIl..1v1 and Unnche are ble Homeseekers Agency, (.
the same and from nom on omfortable all |ios.lble He I h. now being' : rojialred' the terminal 214 Avenue D between r
-' > residence for Mrs. E. W. Chap- I Mr I. :M Mllam, of Bartow. a I ,
will permit no more flshing fmin the better and the plivs'l ship yard, giving It the
testing today
: I
In o he situated a abort distance this prominent business man of that city. appearanceof 2nd and Third Streets, is I
I : structure '! fans have now no doubts as to his k gigantic: shli.bnlldng and repairIng -
tide ol Buena \ 1st* Ina In Miami on a prospecting tour STRICTLY RELIABLE. 'te.
the '." .lining his sight ..h'ch man at plant Added to fl...e there : .
and I.l visiting about over city '
Mr and Mr Chas _I. Beers and ,md ('ounl!')'. IUal II 1 Ihirr of Bridgeport: Conn. : The. houseboat FverzlaJ.., R I horn U on the cheat but the entire ntjers' pllcdrlvers and a catamaran C. C. Carroll :

'.av r.'lurnetf to Miami for theirgtiMr j: Order a case M soft doffs aeUver !of. Thompson. mh'ch! left here fir tits anal: xtinding 'n the arms Ui .\If of the .."r"11\ being pushed as :
winters stay and are occui : 'tlie lower roast: a few dams\ ,rn ix ma- .if ".. .,I I'.a I IIMers r'I'dl\' '+s 1''fOlble Miami. FloridaWe ..,
.. residenceon IT ..hlpOt'to\ you by tie Miami Boltii now hauled ont In Krt" W"HI undergoing .'
inS: ih Ii pretty stone
': .g Works Mfgh, Miami Fa.g : repairs end having a w'rn'. s>
enth street

.\n Informal reception mill be civrn Laying New "SiiVwalk' I I plegmphlBg Everglade outfit is h.'ul11 installed out \\lll('o) ',-0; 'S II

ai tb Presbyterian Manse under A new' sidewalk Is being laid In I II (I Thompson and pariv have gone to

ih< auspices of the Nathrnte Soiletvot I front of the lendorf: block on Ave- :: Cuba for an outing ot s<.viral duslitigators : .

Young People Tuendnv evenlnn iui Dlrrrtlng I I Wish to Avoid the After
Januan la. fiom I to 10 p.m. All for Palm Beach :
are cordially Iniiied I Modem Home I I Alligator Joe"' left tooa,' for

I Mr J. S. Rodgers It erecting :I West Palm Beach mlth about half ot j

Col JV. Km'us, who made hl r,'mOolnn fire-room house on 5th Stand .. : his collection of crocodiles and .'II-
residence In Miami I for several I when finished<< be and h't! tarn I I I gator from his farm up the rarer {

months past has returned to hU I lly 'will occupy It. leasing their present and will his farm at that The Holiday Dullness :

home at C oanat drove. and It located borne at Hroutvllle place Hit father Randolph Fra-

In one of the Ewtnton waterfront !see will be In charge of the farm

cottages. For Sule 1 Pure Jersey ball calf here while "Joe" will personally

I six months old fZS. was brought look after that at the Beach! (

Mr and Mrt R. R. McCormlck from very good Tennessee herd la1am.

-.a>f three Cocoannt days Grove visit. left to Saturday Jacksonville, for : H. 8 P- DIIOC'k. Neptune Fla. % Weight novel Carrying weight ContestA carrying contest and we have the goods to do it with and our stock I I \yt

and from there Mr McCormick will I Han Keftlgwd His PwUrtoa I will take place In tali city next Saturday *

f.o to Mississippi om a shirt trip.his I I Mr. Frank Smith fvrmely of thin I His C. C. burner. till well will be kept up to its usual high standard t.

lf" retarding to Ocoanut Grove 'I I P. E. C Hallway Extension hat resigned 'known landscape gardener waging
<< his position with tbe company t I any do"Ian with Mr. E. R Lantt.

i Comrpodort and Mrs F D Hughes and accepted one wth the )lane'to that he can carry a five hundred \.- of excellence and completeness ;

r..plarI.ter visitors to !\AlaAlI.1 I Company al Cape Sable pound sanlbag np a flight of stairs '

are iw at Dnrtona| where they will ; twelve feet In height 1n two hours .

riirili:: nn'11' latter tbe lutontobile' kaaaged a. Teamster IViial I Mr Turner Is forty-.>ight years ol !

races and theqcome here for a stay The power t'oop Rosy; has been age and weight 148 pounds

of tev..nil I eFt'r.' bartered by the P O. 8. S. Line I I In Gent's Furnishings
'o carry the workmen back and forth Three Uhlnc Rrranh ""' .....

Mr T C"! d'Brlem. of Jersey Cite from dredge :\0.,4 working In the i: Three fishing records" have Iwf>n \Ve haan tetuck of SfrNon an'1! other standard
m. h m .,s fine property at Buena ;( channel near Cape Florida established by crafts of the (:oval up-to :

\. ,s. I In np--ted to arrive In a I I I('r Palm dock pleasure fleet. during he make I">fllnt<, new and ntlh.v l tb" tti to make ant two dnvs One was air t J
few d 'to spend| miner If you want sure crop.j'
and .n. Miami, He 'will\ Improve hit !i I iw the !Skinner Irrigation: pound klngflsh bv the yachthli: are sole a ,:' 'iits for tetnV' as fine as silk! ) Mini \\fiiKornjutier \\'8 r

proi v mhl e hpreM 'I: Hettcr and ,'b""I"'r than shedding!!: for ,, mother was n catch; of six: t kinx for> strong wear and -enicett '1'lit.. lrtv'' >
--- i I' nemp'es.| H. S. Pennock Nepunr flab by the yacht Stranger and he y

and Mr t John Fuirll 01 Fla.1'aisting ;; third mat a catch nf sir; bon,.n .hhv

J, knon N. C j' have gone; to (t' i i --- I a Mr D'eecker from a row heat I

land. and from! tb..eII shortly ," Cliarrh !Steeple : Thee are season records and nhe '''>'

r-furi to their {home They havelioen I I A italiC of painters are now engaged I:I I broken before It Is over For Ladies and Childrenwe {
vtnlting th lr n.r. Seth In beautifying the steeple ot

J'u'-ell' and his lfe, at their home I I the Presbyterian Church. which wiu.Koncked I

bear Buena List}I. I out of plumb and otherwise : are :sole agents for. sOKOMS:: $3.50 and tOO and Carlisle ,;-

-- n.aged b) th laU stmm.tint for $ !50 : also
I : to 33,5O,11'e carry these indices for misses r'
Dr and Mrs. If. 8. Taylor two i

daughters *nd son. ire via:ting I To C< .ivM Camp For children we tarry Malon?).!*. than which there i IH no :'

thai ,-01 1.sins. Mr and Mrs. J. M I i Four convicts\ three men and on*
Utter or dossier shoe nude. We have the
Dean In Riverside They will makea ', women were delivered<< by the sheriff J etleuratid w

trip te Cuba and spend the re i to the county convict camp last f

nfrinder of the season as guestt of night. and mere taken away by guard

the Deans (!I Bush to login: _heir( servitudes.ISetnnwd Cravenette or rainproof overcoats, light but warm and dry. A good

V' \\' P Onsenb.rv ore of the I I from I scsithiiiCupt assortment of comforts and blankets ranging in price 75 cents up.

.. xteti ii enzineers. Is In he. c.tyaeef \\ C StahHeftetd' one of

: 111: friends and .qllll'nt.n' .st he he d tari,>enters In the employof ,' Among them a pore Eiderdown quilt, beautiful satin cover for $7.50
Mr P soul UI\ U one of the viirvlvirs he. ml'mid eMeimlon has return

.if riiU, fated<< Qiarterboat: 'd from a writ earned vacation and I

4 mh h wont to tea Irora long Ke> visit to retells t and friends In AtI I Ladies) Hannel' waists! ---pure wool waits worth 1 1..0 tll. 2 < >otoil'e '
daring .he storm I I.rnta and resumed his duties here
With the beginning of ut "Scents. Flanellette waists for :i5o.; Li'!'ie-

At I>r J M. Jaeiimn. home : I oat Pointer dog brown spo't skirts and checkoils Panama :
'' the m pretty plaids \ Harn> Ilette I-
new want ,
I woosof Atenne B and ith otreet answering to name Jack": : strap year you

a sew cement sidewalk is being laid ;:' collar with brass knobs and no name kiln nas. Wool sweaters and HOues for cuMriu

on Avenue side to correspond plM' Reward If returned to H. CRude New Blank
tbtll'b.: BooksWe
e' on llth wreet The I I ?

i .hr bber, has been cleared from the i = ----'-=

yard and the pUc pet In garden i srtwwn, I..'d t fT have a nice

buckMr, !i The Miami-Nassan line of srhoonert -
I which" do a splendid assortmentSMITHS
!' : laid ;
and Mrt M. D S.-Ia"l'r."G' Ibetween sr ois, have been I W. BurdineTwelfth ,

Y'bl\.rdf'lrbi. are temper: rily located :(I until after the present schedule of

J .t Ib Boyd Cottage Awaiting their tics r and O 8 lI pe steamer Miami -

f nitnre! to settle In their new home j has been abandoned In the

on F zb k street Mr. Swisher Is a sprtug

musk ,ub! 'lsh He Victors I f'' I Street Miami Florida. ;
oar U In Slam last winter ,I etrlnstvely Wholesale w-

eked be new city well enough to and retail Metropolitan Talking ,

tin1 a home h re and ts'end making M chlre' Co Jacksonville, M*.

U b.ia permanent sinter residence I Afem's wanted. _, :


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Capt. Geo. B. Baker Chosen ChairmanOf

The. Board County Commissioners : The Question of a New Suit

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And R. B. Seymour Selected *.s \ttrrnev FT Tie! Same-Org&niza.- Will soon be coming to you and no matter what you are going to pay you wll i
want a suit that will\ fit and one that will *ear We have put years of hard study

tion Was Harmonious, And i L.) .rJ A. Oacc Get; Dawn: To Buinsss I jfly '{ {} Into the buying of the best clothing and ....e can truthfully say that 'We honestly

-Firearm Permits Refused Until Law Is Complied | 4 think that Snellenberg and Alfred Benjamin and Company suits for men are the

7'i1 t : absolute best for the money In America today. For eight years we have sold t

With-Other Matters Cf Importance Locked After. these suits In Dade County and every sup his heen the means of bringing a new :

t t customer We've got an awfully tig stock to selet rom today at following prices ,

Frun nth; Metropol!: .I I 'nAt ,',In''N'. !' ._i Co had d-iven pt- F $12 $15 $18 $20 $25.00 ;
IW JO o'c'ark\ thin mo:n..iiri h .I, u I I", e feet into the bottom ,
new ford << County Commlsmo ?a. ,Ih.I .i he had itmeeded In driving >
'. net In regular ..."on In th I'll' i>lm .nirrlsslonem rooms in the court !board heir wish In regard to the'
bOIl:IeThe i matte. h-:htr he ihuulil fulfill the ,,
new members consist of Mr iontr"ct as It reads or secure the
E G Tweedrll. Of Cutler Mr A ', bridge more firmly by driving the Shirts Collars Hose !
I ,.e Allen of Miami Mr R. L. pllncK! deeper into the bed. The a
hall of OJu.; Mr George B Bsk: maiter was referred to a commit I I'I "a
er of West aim Beach. and )11. of thie to consult and visit toe Neckwear r:
C W. McPherson of htuirt Ma) 'I work with Mr Skinner and report ,
o John Sewed: of !Miami one of the'ring the advisability of hiring the work :
., r commissioner. was present ftilnhrd as suggested!: by be contract.r t
to asulst the newt Board In their organization -| i We take great pride In keeping our stcck. cf ;
and In the dl'poeil1011, of I Firerm Pmnlt 1'Ialtn ----- '1
rumen 'eft oter. b\ the old board. I plications for permits to carry '' haberdashery up to the mark at all times aqd
\ttorm> W I I. Metcalf of the ra 'flrcirmn were received from several : ..
tiling board ws* also present to as !I.M| The matter of iMUInK; such "a Us common talk If you want what is correct
-IH' In aD n. tier8 that came up ixrrults was given; considerable dlsusxlon !
what wtll wear and where a big assortment
board can ,
where he could enlighten the < and upon reference to the
Sheriff Frohork and Clerk Z T. siatuu Chairman Baker t" -
decided to
for selection
be shown, go to Anthony- CoEdwin
Merrill. were also represented hold the plications over until thela ,
Baker Chowa ('halrtna. .' hid been complied with regarding -
i The first act of the new board was ,I' : the form of the applications. IMoI I .
the election of a chairman t'non : contending that tbe application did I II Clapp fine dress shoes for
j motto of Mr. McPherson Mr. Geo I not .'....-1f' the make of gun number I Our Shoe Department )
'I B. Baker was elected (chairman the '' and calibre. a* provided by the stat I I men at $6.00. $7.00 and $8.00.
motion was seconded ty Mr Wall utes ;
and unanimously carried I' The County Pri.tlac \
Captain Baker In a few we'l chosen I The application of the Booth I Is one of the largest in our store .
remark. thanked the member Florida Record and also the Miami Walk-Over shoes for men.
of board for tbe honor bestowed .
the Printing Company asking that the
t upon him and took the chair statIng publications of their respective com and only the best of shoes will we handle. $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00We
that be would the duties be
discharge psnles designated a* the official
of a commissioner without fearor paper of the board were read. TIle have probably been offered the agency _
favor and a square deal to all South Florida Record! agreed to Insect of no less than 100 shoe lines, but out of .:
i and eked that Ute member of tile the proceedings: etc. of the this number but few come up to our requirements Krippendorf ladies shoes and Oxfords ,
board aaalit him In transacting tbe I I board In the South Florida Recora. A
county barineM to that ead also the Miami Evening Record, free You can count on getting the $2.50 to $5.00
Several application* were receivedfor i of charge The application of the I Ii best there Is in shoe: leather if you buy here ,
tile position of attorney for the I I Miami Printing Company agreed to ,
t Board aad npcnVote Mr. R. H.Seymour I do the same thing In consideration v
a was chosen the attorney and-I:of the compensation provided by the I We seD the best that money can boy Black Cat shoes for children
ti be la a few remarks of thanks j statutes The matter of designating i
umed tbe office. U-I j tbe official paper met with a little' We want the world to know It. $1.25 to $2.50
An application of Carl Lanther for ,I discusrlon and was finally tabled until t
a permit to sell wine aad liquors after dinner --- -
In the third district was 11'". Attorne. The board then adjourned until +'
+ ,. W' I. Metcalf In behalf ot two clock this afternoonthkrd .
number of citizens of Palm Beath J'alrJ'Pl'fllM'! ltloll
pled a protest that the permit be i \t the reconvening of the board at The Romfh
no, glinted to Ml Lanther Throng :: n'< lock Messrs E. \'. Blackman Anthony Company
Mr George Carrie Mr. Lauther and other made addresses In behalf'
,..,."-d prrmlKfliM to withdraw his of HU appropriation of JiOO for tbe I
plication This wa. granted as : Dade County Fair.Considerable '
was Mr M"lcatr' request to with. I dtttnsMon followed "
41, ,w the protest he had algid and It wee the decision of the board' -
'hntlt Fort ndrrdjile HH r I that the matter be held over until
CaM F T Skinner to whom the It can be determined whether the
contract, was given n* the count ran 1'la'ly and financially
board to replace the Ft. Lauderdale make.. such an appropriation ; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS II I-
triage sddie4 the Board la regardto Various road matter were then
the ,condition of I the rarer bed brought' up the better part of the
where" the bridge had formerly been. I afternoon being spent In their discussion INSTALLED OFFICERS A Clean Sweep
stating among other thing that the and action I

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Winter Train Schedules F. E. C. Ry. From Daily Metropo'l. Jan 5I

I About fifty member of Bay Bla'cayne :
Lodge. Knight of Pythias alf C f entire line of
Become Effective Wednesday A. M. 'f tended the first meeting In the new our
year last night and at which officer
I for the ensuing twelve montrt were
I !Installed and tbe permanent paaord I

given Vantines China and
So" banquet was held aa had been Pairpont
Four Fast Trains Wfll Arrive And Depart Dally From Miami-The announced the better part of the

evening; being devoted to business ,
; Schedule Ot Each And Its
Composition-Two Will Be I matter and the Installation the lat i
I ler being deducted by district des :
Through Trains And Two local-Best Of Service. uty grand (chancellor W. 8. Gram :
Plate Silverware
.Una During the evening abort addresses Quadruple
-- 1 were made by Dr. OramHng:, !

From Daily Uetropoll. Jan. Train So SS leave Miami at i:10 ; R. B. O'utler. T. V. Moore Dr.1:
;., On Wednesday Jan. Itb tile via I p. m. and arrive at Jacksonville ai I'Graham and Mr Baker a visiting ,
ter srh-dsle of the F.E.C. Railway 7::40 a. m. { knlgbt; ,
t will become effective. there being The officer Installed were: I
I Train So IS leave Miami at S 1
four arrival and four departure. C. C. -c. J. Roe I
.. from here dally Tbe train, with p.m.. and arrive at Jacksonville at v. C.-J. I. Wilson
; ; IU; a. m. Prlat&J. C. I
boar of and departure sad i{
rompoaiUon will be a* follows: Train So 74 leave Miami at 0:10: Mater of .ork-W.. S. Orarolling to at Half PriceWe
Everything go
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howhbeoad a. m. aDd arrive at Jacksonvilleat $ I'I'I
+ Train No II. leaves Jacksonville 7: 44 p.m.Trains I Matter of Finance J. F. Jan-

at I a. m.. and arrive at Miami at So*. Jl and 74 are all par- Idon I
7 SI p. m. lor car train aDd make only Important I Keeper of Record and Seal -I i
: Train No" II leave Jacksonville IH. F. Bcragg
at S:SI y.m. and arrive at Miami at *top* Muter at Arm R. B. HlntenI have decided to discontinue
,. SO a.m.Train I Train No. SI and 71 carry baggage I Inner Onard W. Moblev I our eP
So" SI leave Jacksonville mall esp.aD4 parlor can. Outer Onard-T. V. Moore.
+ at 4.SI p.m.. ,and Arrive at Miami Make all stops _.- t China and Silverwore department
m 1.10 a. m. Trains SOL SI and 2S. carry baggage j UKATH OF MRS H E. BFMIH'WoMaii I ,
Train No" It leave Jacksonville express. hotel supply car. day i
.t 5:20 a. m. and reaches Miami at 'caches and sleeping cars. Make Nell Known Here KipirrdI and we want to do so immediately in s
10 II p.m. I only Important Ite,.. I la""IN. ngnUne
r NurthboBBdTrain Train So*. II and If carry-bag I
make for
No" 71 ,leave Miami at ( a !!gage. mall irooklng can, day coache The many friends nf Mr*. H. E. i to space our Spring
ra and arrive at Jacksonville at I and sleeping car Make only I iBeml. wife of the assistant general; ,
i 7 SI p.m. ,Important Mop. I jmanar-r of the Florida East Coast goods. The china is all imported and
w :Hotell\.t..m. will be shocked ma
pained to learn l of t >r dek'h bnccnred
; Dr. W. W. Faris Chosen ChairmanOf ; Vednea-lay afternnun :r 31 exclusive in design. The silverwareis i
o clock at the Bircelo-a: Hotel St.

I The Board Public Education ,Augustine. :otter a long and llngerlgIllness guaranteed Quadruple plated. The .

( Mr Bern and his wifs deer,
:hw. wil4 her at e
Miss Minnie wer
the last ant' b..4ide these tv o, she i prices will surprise you. See them!
From Dally Metropolis. Jan I :Ion and after perfecting: their or I! leave one other Mr*. Frank'
Tile new Dude County Board of ganisation, devoted the moat of the Eanist of Shod-3. S. Y., aDd a
: Public InstmeUon. composed of I forenoon session to discussing and I' broO-er Mr Vernon Shaw. o/ New
atn.1r.. W Faris. J. R. Anthony 1 1i going over the situation aa it appeared I Tor<. Mm boml arrived at t't. Allp.t.Me A
Br. and H.8. Pennock, met I to front them In November from Bedford
s: tbe otBce of County Sapertntend j The duties of the superintendentwith Springs. Pa., hoping for recovery
eat R, E. Hall. In the court house | the school and In the office. I from a serious operation performedsome
at II a clock: thin morning and or I were discussed and though no decision ninths ago Mr. aDd Mr*.
pa. Dr. Fari being ckoebrnalrnin I was reached It I* likely tile Bemis were married nearly six yean
<< of the board matter will come up again probablyat ago and their one child. Dorothy
Poe Ion* to the. meeting of the I this afternoon'* seetdoa.Difference died three year ago at the age of Burdine &
sew bfard xt..... W M. Burdlne relative' to Instructor seven months Mr Bemis aad Mis Quarterman
chairman. : of the old board aad Mrnnnrk. I teaching In tbe West Palm Beach Shaw left St. Augustine last night i
I who 1* the OIlY member public school without a license were with the body. accompanying It to
o' tbat body on tile new board. meta also given attention but action held i Bedford Spring Pa.. where the bur
,eI closed mp tbe business of the in abeyance for the present tlal will take place.
; farmer organisation by approving I Matters proceeded aloes tile above I _.
tvmTnure* .f-the last regular meet- line natll 11:30: o'clock when a recess Ii; Ii( U reliably reported that Capt'jobn Corner 12th Street and Avenue C MiamiPGK
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lag and diaponlng; of inch other matter was taken until t oc'ock this H. Welsh has sold a part of .
e U required their attention !afternoon. when the board will get |hi*, extensive oraage and grapefrnlt'grove
The new !board then went In set- 'on ::0 business at Arch Creek ,

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.;<1 [ I Professions I f THE THRIFT, PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY !I .;\.r" 1 << ;I'[ ;


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'torneAtLaw I 1 :

WI' ,, ',, ''n ... 'Uf', ,.." .1Od t.rera' Tell Of Building New People I
Farming What
Metropolis Correspondents Arriving Daily, tr : :
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a,," Krtrt n t..11..1 1. t 1 e- Those Already Here Are Doing, And Of The General Progressive Conditions t

In Their Respective Sections What Farmers Are Doing, Etc., :
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| Stuart Fla Jan 4- This work the new cenutery heir. where tht. Routs conference He I U a highly : .
.S.os ...14.. '
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Oc i.
has wiinmuwd two deaths In the lit. body of his brother was laid to rest educated man and of most pleasing i :
( trace A....* DaM IX* .._. I tk' > community o' Stuart First the In the absence of a clergyman\ the address He Is upending: a few day I

fLOIhJJAU ( n\e.rear-old ton of Mr K Winter pOKtmwster !Mr II Kltchlng read here getting acquainted with the I
MIL'iL' i
died from the dr>.df'd Ipho4d ferer the burial service In a very' ImpresislT. peooplt'I l

4 .irlntrn has the sympathy of'' manner I Mr \\alxemap. representative of I ;

f ATLI 8OR. I the entire community In the loss of |I All places Of bunlnef: were rinsed the New York Pat her Is hire in th,> ""

his wife Rome five month ago, and i In Stuart during the burial hour I !interest of his paper.Fern \ t
ATTORNEY AT LAW. | now sUb the Ion of his on andthe Thn doctor II very grateful to the 'I \ ,
l..m.. ap.._. fiveslMtW r..r.ya.elA. uaa Illness of two other children TheIbttxher people\ of Stuart for the help andympathe i Mt I'herson has returned M I IRUlh..rland : ,
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.. TltWL Col:ege niter a plmsaniholiday
'''Ut 17 PmblM IkUB Mr James Winters has thej have *o freely given; vacttttonI I
.W U s.wau m.iI41.1.IIUIII k-n In and cared for them all\ 1111 I Ihe Ilie; will\ be joined here In a short "'

FLORIDA Mid dIll. lion time by his wife and son for a protracted I Scuool opened| \\.dnetido with a in 1:

\.'m'. nlxht about mldnlcht I .stay !Igood attendance Mr. ('ha* III.k'i l I
Mr George I'rich. died of heart Or FelKet iYntlst and Mr Fcige'lland esiny was secured to IM<'h In the |

GILLES PIE ENLOE, Dentistorncs I disease In the houseboat Denton<< !' their family have bt-.>n at the !primary department: i
h'r he was living with his Danforth lloilne for some time comIng The \\omHDF Mls.jonar\ Club met ,
HOC** I... I chit IVa-tor I'rich ; here from Fort Fierce Dr '..I- will Mm \ I 1I0 Mlh Wednesday I
."HA...M... *... P H. brother here thinking the brOlb"1; gel gets ht. share of practice. and 'in nit''ulx'rs w..r,' present The .
< ililt'i.T..4. a.ld.rA
.u.a-c..IIUI.: .. ikAlWYa' of < llmate would Improve hi The |>eo|'le> of Stuart are greatly Soap ItnliMf. "I1Ih I nut Itl the horn i [ [ ,

MI AML FLORIDA. which had horn Impaired for sometime I pleased with their new pastor Rev of Mr \\ J Dt r on ThumJav \ ,
Or I'rlih purchased a plot I.I la O. Bocgess. transferred from the St night This is a 110"1.01 rltib

Q W XAiZT=RS. K. D. I Surprise Steven. Gordon Caldron and MGo'don >. 1 the representative of Mr Hauler : i,

** Birthday I'I were considered null and void The
Homopaxtbiatt.Muii On New'a night there was a motion carried unanlmoush After

Omes: *r.. .' t"I" A_ C I Party At Homestead dance at Inn Lemon City Library roll call and votes taken of theatockbofdtrrs i
T Years, : Da'lrilng! A large crowd attended ivpres"bted. Mr Flag' I /

1..1. 11ft. area Ytu' I' and all seemed to have an enjoyablp{ ler through hi. representative, "''r. .
'Lu..M. time. as Indeed they always do at Smith made the following proposition
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Homestead Fla. Jan 4.-ae of : the dance la the library room Re 1' .

a. ruoxuci, the mot dellchtfnl locial erent of ,i(Itreahmeate', served. to the happy j i That Mr. rlagler he leased the Sic I I \

dolly the season was given by Mr*. JohaM dancers I tire pInt and be given complete .
CIVIL ENGINEERAND Bauer New Tear day t. her I I Miss Pink Cromarlle and Ills. control; that the present board as a I ;

>URVEOR.MIAMI. huitwLd a* a nrprle birthday party 1 Louise: King of Fort Landerdale representative of the. stockholder t:

_rrr, hWw t.I .... At ..*.... "',_10. Mr Bauer returned from the i spent a week. with friend here comIng obligate themselves to render to the :
d tr..a.a 11-M _. l.wo.a Lane errs.OS. nation In bllMful Ignorance of the on Wednesday ana going home management such assistance as he t;
.. an r-e... happy surprise that awaited him. the next They attended the dance shall require !'a regard to obtaining' .
FLORIDA During the evening, by request, I and reported ;a most enjoyable time fruits and vegetables for canning .. ,,','

Miss Beanie Boat and Mr. C. O. Mr Stockton. the enterprising: l purposes; to advise with the manager I \ :

K. j RICHJCOXU I Boat repeated their Christmas recitation I merchant of Little River stole a when required ro to do that he
s. *. Mra Dean Roberta and Helr march on his friend. by going off operating of the factory may be I' i

REAL ESTATE b te"art also recited and all I'I',doe a little trip and returning with' made a success. :', |
!recitation were very ranch enjoyed ','a wife to fhare his home and life'* Mr Flipler agreed on his part to t (
.Of SIT PtawtNf CftAstT Lawn COMPANXVTABT ;work. Aof\\ Mr Stockton friend ,I I
all Indebtedness 1
Dancing wa Indulged In. about one pay against;; the as- <<
,AT M.BUCJTATK LAa..a hundred being present.The 1I |I Join In wishing; him and his bride WMlatlon. to Ihe amount of about .
bright curroundlng seemed many happy days and a long life ofhappiness. $32.000. and furnish money to operIste 'i
to Influence the merry party and it. pay all wage; buy all mater II : I
-- --- ( make everybody glad they were On New Ypar's eve Mr. VZnmwalt \' J. : cal required pay the growers the

H. P. BRANNING. present DC:Vrlou* refreshment and his daughter Ml us Lillie }0 per cent still due them for fruit : : ; : i iat I

I were erred. the birthday cake bw- ,iIrg were pleasant. visitor here They and for all money Invested In the i

Ansrsri sal CsBswtsrrr lighted"': with thirty-two candles..uggt'stice I made several call and took supper plant he to charge. the corporation I I
: with Mr and Mrs. Frank Zjimwalt per coot for money Invested au I 1
of the thlrty-aecond
..ot ttsrtn I. (.leet ar.. tcfsnactP : year \ !
going: afterward to the exercises at money over and above the actual
**< '-tr $lilt'"\ of the life of the happy man MraBauer I II
th< Baptist rhurch.Pompano operating to be paid to the
I* one of the moat<< charming I i expenses
West Palm Beach S: Florida ; young matron. of this section and I stockholder and should the factoryfall I ; : '

her New Tear reception will long bremembered to meet the expectation and not <<
with pleasure by those I lie able to pay operating I expensesand I| :
& I
t.IUDIU who attended PeopleAre Interest on money Invented. )fr.Flalll..r '
JAMES ,. )\ : I
.. Mr Henry Meier I I.. a"1., ..- ; Is authorized to sell or other I ;.:
.1.|je dispose of the to the
| property .
or In Miami and while th..rII Busy Planting *'f"I, {
beM advantage. the If the
COUNSELOR AT LAW purchase a new wagon for ne In I same .is ,
( tt'ory was his
personal (property.
OS1MRU1 sad BM) Pita* Lew At" !I. hi* extenitve truck farm and orange (' ,
PM.lttr ... 0..+.u O. ..Id.... M4Omrss grove !I The generous offer of assistance" I I ;
l> Wtnoit .&.OC&. Uv kiwis.MIAMI. I Pompano Fla. Jan 4 Fer\ war aciiplrd. without! a dissenting
j Mr Charles \oohe went Wed
FLORIDA.W. i body here I* busy a* usual puttingout vote and all stock reprent.rated bv ,.
neday on a batinec trip to Miami I '
iI their plant The cold wave owner or proxy. signed the minute '
I The Mine Margaret and Motile last week did: not do a* much damage book. of the corpora"111. showing : i

C. MAY N A R D, I Campbell few have .returned home after a* wa at first thought Young the unanimity on the part of the 'l ,
weeks with
a iileauntly
pent plants are looking fine though rain stockholders !I .. : !
friend In Miami __.
I would. help_materially I Ii | The rormer manager Mr W. .h W. : ;, {
Miss Bessie E. Miller the pt pulavteacher i' Messrs Cole Chapman and Me lack me r. then Introduced to the. I
here, returned Monday from Comb who hid all begun shipping stockholders Mr Acton the new {t
her Christmas vacation pent In Miami lost<< their bearing plant but saved manager, who made a brief statement of .. !

and other points School renu 'I their seed bed and have already re> bespeaking friendship for tbs (i,

r JEWELER AND OPTICIAN ed Wednesday ..lth. fall attendance ip'anted Itwo parties represented and requeat I'

/ : I Mr felts ,with five young Jelk the united efforts of the people to [
Perfect pals, vrrmring glstew asses. ''
jYeaeol.fort. Wlihonr elk Strawberries are being shipped 'returned; to Macon Monday morning help him make a success, thereby v>

.!..a apparatus and large [experience from here by Knight Brother tad ao the boy could get back to then aiding him and at the same time i ;

there U BO ness w"lobI. ,",,-. prire* ret. Charles Wllkerson.Many |studies. Mr.. Jelk returns as soon helping themselves Much depends I i
:' .. W. repair" Watches. ClocktJewerlj Inquiries are being received as voeslble\ upon every effort being made to this I ..
and Spectacle A portion uf from parties interested wishingto Dr. Jelka and wife brother ai'.l end and should for any cause the i( '
a h' year trade a.ked for. Located' MI A.. know the extent of the damage this wife .nd .several other are due .factory fall to pay cxpeni-e after (
at* D between inh sad aSIA Sta.t done Ky the recent cold wave It H ,to arrive here Monday morning They 1 two years It means that It wilt then : ; ;

W. C. MAYNARD I pleasing to state the damage was not have built nice' residence on the I be sold to private parties. and tbe (' : : : ;: : :

h....' U Kn4w<* (IstletaJiPATENTS I" great as first anticipated. only ocean aide aid are coming here to i stockholders lose their shale of the | I
J Young tender vegetable and Tine spend the winter' I rta.k "'

being killed .I Mr. and Air*. M N. Smoake I l
Mr Acton the new manager! of : : jr
of the and returned from ;
Many farmer saved theft son Sanford Monday { the factor) brlrgs with him hi.
tomatoes. Van and morning I
egg plant by .
; .11. anj two children Irom Mtl'avllt : '
firing\ while In some places they Mm T. H. Chapman has gottenback i
-i -. \ J. and will\ b<' identifiedairh ( '
were untouched by the frost. It from Orlando and I I. enjoying
\ Delrny for II if next: two vcars. 1 1C
take more .than a frost to dlacourg excellent health again: He well r..ommpnd"d. \ : :
comes as u \ ''
Homesteader and everyone has Miss Stanton reports having; h ot .
rocuwco.wsecnwey man good biiiilniits abiHu and of ] : ;;
Wfr. wwwlIN gone to work with renewed teal tomake very enjoyable time at the Tencher high standing Ills acquaintances;' In '
All COYPTataeti up for the lost 's Convention In St. Augustine last .
hire wish him e ersuness In his I tht I
diver irwY ir1 Y..a.
i apes sees Mr H. Meier I 110 shipping tomaowi week
new undertaking: The two children ,'It :
hint kvriacwssst rVsrBM tstMwIy.GASNOW :", nd peppers for which he I* re- Mr. L. R. Smonke spent. MondayIn have eu'tt red the !public\ w h lol ahdi : : |:::
w..r..r r.r celvlrg fancy lrlN'S.Mra I Miami on businessMr will a:leud the balance of the termThe ''
F E Thomas was a psswnger J... Ne<'omb. .r. wa. sbusiness /
? .araws.ow, a I dinner given b the ladles of ( (
: on t the Thursday morning train j visitor In the Magic Cityon
I of
tor Miami Thursday dbe)1 E. Church on New Year i
[Ida decided In
Mr. F. 8. Dewey spent nearly\ wee a stores dinner :
I being ached from 12 ::0 3 oclixk In of {
two days here; la t week selling more '
land and i{ the afternoon Over one hundred if
Very Sad Death Mr. Franklin Sheen of West PalmBench I'partook of the repast Mr.. R. Mhheroood I : : t
acted ts manager Mrs. D.
came down today to survey :
At Lemon land for a number of people who are 1 o T..nnrook. cashier Mrs I dna .
r City to !Orion Mrs Hicks\ Allen :Mrs Drjj '
going; plant vegetable this winger I
i aid I R. Canon, Mrs L. Tenbrook'were vis: \
pineapple next summer It : .
i ,
bends of
look with' Miss Mln'nle ', I
a* though Pompano will double
1 LYD>.n. Miss Myrtle. Ten Brook. .
Lemon City Jan 4-Last Thurs- Its population :this ,
day ; winter. Ml*. Ethel Sterling and Miss Lroo- 't
z morning at eight o'clock the j I .
onchll 'Uplrli of Mew Cora Freeman took gent Kilby as assistants\ The dlQ- I''.'| .
I '
uer was voted the best ,
|/.1. flight to the world beyond. For i I ever gUenla '
the pat few year, Miss Freeman Mr. Flagler Controls Delray as a public affair .fag. 5 ; :
In :
idefte/ ltivfeairw"T112 had been having serious stomach I Mrs M K I.yman has started

MOST MAUHFU. MAOAZKB trouble( so. mhik her death waa not I Ii 1 Canning I building the ?uh> !'k- lighter for li. +o '
IN THE WOKL0"Ask { in+u el) unexpected. It came a* a Factory canal transportation and It Is hoped' I
newsdealer for this superbBnagaasw I treat shock to her family and friend It mill be In use within the next hie Mr :: : ; : ::: t II
If be don wit hudle it : Maw Freeman had resided here with I we. k or ten days 1
nd u bit same and addiw wttbrerrr' r her pareats for a number of year Delray Fla. Jan 4-Mr A. Y. S. i Mr r S If-.y. of Jacksonvilleland :, I Id.
name aDd address and ice. for sample ,spin; nt a very lovable disposition, 'Smith of Jacksonville representing agent: for the F F C Kail .. t

: copy. Regular prate tje HcnUoa she had many frlead who slBeerely the F. E. C. Railway Co sod Mr way.from Rmnton to Pom pa no.spent dl< .
this paper. i mourn her untimely death All extend i E. O Painter of the E. O PainteriFertlllxer I" day In town this week lp the Inter ) I ,

I"'. Burr PoNUhter CfeaapMjr l their sympathy to the bereav- I Co <,< also of Jacksonvillewere eats of the land departmentMcCrtmmon \ :
4 W- ZM sirs hew Vsrk flip led lamely The funeral took place : prominent represents/lives ol A: Co have started a .. I "
r Friday and w** largely l attended bysorrowing stockholder tt the called tie .
{ meetingof camp west of Delrav to cut ties I Ied :
friendsthe the Planters Packing and Pre- for the railay company This l I.
'''r' Mr*. E: B. Malloo and two daughter I I exercise held at the Baptist 1 nerving Company last Saturday lODe of the best section In the con:1' t : I

., of Way ae. Pa. will arrive a t 'charca on New Tear eve were very when the stockholders were calve: for large free Many of the Ire I :; ::'I : :::

Bseaa Vista OB the Itth to spendta InterevUag The church wa vail together to consider a proposition{ would be suitable for the largest \
winter Mr*. Malloa own a filled, a few people coming up from from )lr. Flagler to finance the call brldf timber .
Rae property at AlUpattaa and propave Miami The subject was Life Assurance 'nlng factory for a term of year and Mr Myron Barney a property I ;

to Improve the same bjr plant and the program showedmuch I to pay all Indebtedness and opratethe owner of {)Plra,. Is again: here with ,

\ lag a trapefmlt and paleappie (roreShe thought and cars la its preparation factory vader his management his friend Mr and ),fr. M E '

and daughters weed former WInfey The ringing was beautiful Ipon motion of Mr I. H Burton Kllb". and will stay a month or to '
residents of Miami{ and will and the audience showed Its appreciation all transaction by the board of directors and during the time. expect to lead \

spend much of the present teaaoa by their attention The up to date that would con i a rportman life .with Mrood. I

here choir consisted of Mesdames Schmidt. flic with turning the plant over to :Mr Barney friend from New Turk { :
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Where Is J. 1 Sullivan, Former I r COUNTY COURT. j a ORDER FOR PI 11LICAT1OX I 1 '


Bookkeeper Miami Steam Laundry ? I Continued from Page 1 In the Ciicult Circuit Dade(Court county Seventh Fla Judicial I II '' 0l

I In Chanc..ryDill for Divorce I I

,Kteorge; H \\'ellaI

j i fendant entered plea of guilty!: I v*.
Ella: We'Is. :
and Wall taxed a Hoc of IS and cools

or ordered to serve tan days in the It appearing: by affidavit of George'
Mr. S. B. Aol:man. Proprietor Chzrf, s rat He! Has Gone To Parts county jail. \I. Wells. complainant Bled III above ,

Joe Foote vagrancy. pk" >*l gul't) stated cause that E1Uel a. the de I i ;
Unknown With Mt0e .Vasuadnc: 7o Nearly $200 J I
Laundry f ,Ito'' the charg and was let off wltu Ifendant I herein named Is a nunrestdent I l

'a fine of $JO and toils or three, of the State of Florida. and that I
Sullivan. Slid TJ Ua\e been Sten On Outgoing I
( month imprisonmentThiinutjiy her present re lden<*- Is unkao n tehe .

'" "teflon! ( arT.ani that ,he Is over the age I "

Train En Roste i To Jickson\Hle. of 21 '''Ar ,a"d than there IK no onea
P'aclicalh all of the white fermatepapu'ation
ib.t al.r i IIK>B w hoiu |"Kai l sera II'.' ,.
of North Miami will' HI| ,
;ill !>.. uud it ID t'b'r.o! > 01 ut'red
-- ---- btft the count .
pr r re court this .ifternuun .
OH. IMIJ ....iiiead, < ii! deie.idiut ur I II
and lomorr"UorD.IIK on I
and ihoiiehlv the of nemdieM. ..... .rid t IH hi reOt rtquiretl t"1,"tar (10 I
F r'in I nil, v M.tlopo'i-, I I. t. a ii J" i :' mount I charge ( .Ilia. finihtir ,, ,

\\ h.. .r.. Is J 8. SullUan and w h... >, ,ler in hm |ertional arfent hating bran issued out .the bill uf c ,imp' ami ft I. d. lu uiaiiif __ I
.. this on or I.'orl' \Inildll..hf> tuurlh
I of that tribunal morning I am.
to a .um ag; rretaung .h".1t S-1 day of hebruar\ t) Ilu: otheiibe -
!I..uh h.. !a alleged to hate appr A t I" h, r investigation revealed I the) nummon-d to..appear. and an*- .. the allegatlous o[ mid b:1I: slit
the f' ha n'llvan! had Men seenon "' ethe same T enl\-on" arresi.In .
I" ", 'u'Tb. : Lie taken. as ioDle,* d b) Mid defend :1
.. I Is the problem that :MrS h -n: en rouli to JOil "11(.,)' all ware made dQt Do You Need ANew :

H Auhnian. proprietor of theMil vilK. anal had told parties ,that he II' to :3 clock this aft<'rnooo I i

.mSteam Laubdrv. Is anxious tocola could re'utn to Miami the next day i I four of the _women Viola Dixon. or-der -
I It 'a alxo wertatned+ that a hack- \I a;' O1IVr :Mabel Lane and ArchieKennth :
In.n lntr\le with
a mil II had driven him to the depot' h. d appeared and recedediheir |eight consecutive weeks In the Miami i iI

Ir.olu'i reporter, this morning Mr. I -nlclne, Each of the women ( Metropolis, a newspaper published in',

Aultman.. stated that Sullivan. was andcashier 'laundry. |i iI I plead 1 1:1!: 1I1)/ was fined fS and cost. I said county and State i
in M* .mplOId bookkeeper
i hit ixxkits bulging a. If containingovcldirabl paid the name and then wended their I Miami. Fla tnls 2'h day of November I

ll'-iu bed last In 8atlirda his possennlon> he san a .Sul-.umac..r..tnlI'nl mone)', | say to (the nearest saloon to quench : A. D 111k.i : Suit? :

I satisfied, their hint and drown their lOr' CtCt Seal) A. K. D'rrborn.
!: about $200 though h> Mr Aultman becomng "
row*. Clerk of the Circuit Court
does sot know the exact amount and that he wm a victim of theft hadSherlft
Jacksonville.Saannah The other will probably come u;. I \\' I. Metcalf. By V\.M. Pope. DC
of Frohock wire :
was ru'ipoced '0 dp'tsit It In the
I I later Solicitor for Con>)'..aiuani.OTKt i
fir safe on Cloning up. and other point giving: a I I

Mnt1d morning Mr Anltman rer description of Snllvan\ and asking his Yesterday seven negro women fen... _- __= IFSO TRY--- _

'i\ed a ire....aje; that Sullivan would ipprehennion but .o, far nothing has the same i.elghborhood and of thekame I I -- '

t.t, be d... n uatil *br>nc 9 clock Inn h..ara of him character sera arraigned It \ MlrDITOKS ;

F..illng!: to ::1'1"1.t that hour Vr | Sullivan It I* luld claimed Savannah -' that county court on h.irfjcs of va- '

Aultman began an investigation end a. he home. and had held Im- : Krancy A'I plead guilt and wereasad "' :

)I.... rned that the bookkeeper had not |>OrlATlt "position of trust In this J ISO each or the alternate P I
In Court of the County Judge.Siate ;
of MTving: four months each In jail
b 'n seen at his Hoarding!: place since lcit) before engaging with Mr.Aultmjn Sewell's1
of Florida, Dade
couuty ,
Other than these the
county I
early Snndat morning In the mean with whom he had been only
court dlrpowd of the following canes In re Estate uf Matilda A. Moffat
lir. he had opened the safe and his loss keenly tad Is still making I II ''To distraun-I
I I II from noon yesterday to noon today all creditor, lega'ee, :
found 'he money gone but supposed an endeavor to loca'e his falthle )
: II tern and all person having claim
Salinas had taken it with him as it employee.
I .1 Charles GriiBn. convicted of vagrancy or demand against said estate: I

fined ISO and COM or sn I You and each of you are hereby" J

month*' lo jail; Will Heeker aura- notified and required to present aay Tailoring Establishment 'a

The New Board Of Education I rated attanlt.. twelve month In jail 'claim and demand which you 01

Joe FO te. vagrancy $50 or three either of you may have against the I

. month Imprisonment; T. William estate of Matilda A. Moffat. deceaa-

Transacted Important Business I and Melvin Palton vagrancy |Su, ed. \late of Dade county Florida, to I II

: and COM or foam mo-ith servicefor the undersigned, administratrix rf I

th. county: Pear1 ranch, a* I aid estate within two year* from II Big line ol r new 1907 Spring woolens

trustees\ grevated assault fined 1194 or teu the date hereof a

From Daily W ropoll.. J... I Prof Bennett, with the month; la (jail; Phil Davis, afgre- Dated Miami, Fla, November SO. I .

The new Board of Public Instruction I of the Miami\ public: school appeared' vat..d .sn uU, twelve month la the A. D. lIIl1li. just arrived. These

1 got down tt before the board regarding the'county chain gang!:; Clifford Burton Jennie A. Broaaler.Admtnlatratrix \ suitings are by

afternoon and disposed-'lete-'I: crowded condition of that institution I and Uizle Barber vagrancy! : | Sand of the estate of I

tatters lea Importance The complaint wa heard and the costs or four mouth. 'n prison. Matilda A Moffat deceased
tier of Of more or
'' John Hanley. vagrancy. ISO acdcot far (the prettiest we have shown
y one of which wa to decide matter referred to the 'a rtaead- I t ever

P bat public school auditoriums shall ent with >wer lo act.providing that or all months In jail; Richard LKC\L NOTICK

not be seed for any performance condition should demand action prior Lewis, elllnc: liquor without a license -- ,

whatsoever that I* not elevating in to the nrtt meetng of the board. fined ItlO or three months Judicial
I In he Circuit Court Seventh
la jail This afterwards I
sentence was
its moral while another was to ,, In connection with Miami rchool .
trusteeh remitted Circuit Dade County, Florida, Schroter of New York has arrived taken
Advise office hoar and certain dut mature the requested that In chancery jI j MR. just and

lea ol the sup.rlhtendtnt I I Miss I'eurl Slncla'r be apponted supervttwar I Fin-1 of the cutting and manufacturing of our tailor
Euphemla Flnlcent! v* Alex
"f Cold and How to \\o4d
The first matter taken .p In th. of reading at a salary of f3U Itangrr a made
|lc..nlI! clothing. He Is a man of
., afternoon and Other (ban how oc per n.onth The board decided to Them many years exper-

tuning In the horning:. mention oft ,ilo| the request on the condition More latalltie have their origin I I It the appearing bill In the by above affidavit stated appendeato ience In the largest shops In New York and can cut you as

shish was matte la he. Metropoll :'It t hat she take special examination In or 'result from a cold than from I that Alex .Finlcent he defendant caps 1 nobby a suit as you could 1sh for. We guarantee a goodfit

was ib adoption of t the report of thenuperiote&deoi : In reading and secure a teacher any other cause This fact alone '
'lit rein named Is of the State of I or oNe keep the clothes
that, he had engagedUe 1M snit careful .
; should make people more a Florida. has been absent for more.
< n Price 4 Rand to assist the The treasurer report for the there ,Is no danger whatever from I
than sixty days. and concealed him- ] ,
county attorney in the prosecution (' month ol,' December, aid the superintendent a cold when It Is proper'y treated In sell, HO that nertire canndt be had -- ----

of the Dykes boy for an aaaanlt up- monthly financial statement the beginning! For many tears Cham- ,lover the of .. J j
age twenty-one
y. ;
on one of the county school teach of the same month were received berlala Cough Remedy has been aon-i I
Is therefore
that said
lit Suits made in k
and approvedOn and ,
ersThe recognized as the most prompt re..ldent defendant be and be Is here-j
i trailer of naming: a newspaper motion It was ordered that the t'rttM'\al! medicine In use for tnls dlaeaae |' \
by required bill nt
to to the
as the offlclaj organ of the board teach ra In all tile public schoolsof I, It act on nature's plan loo- : appear I
sac next taken up and mulled in the county be requested to bold ;pans the cough relieve the Inngs :complaint aa'fore Monday.the In 4th said day cause of on.. or 4 days. Pants

the .election ot the South Florlo appropriate exercise on Friday, Jan open*' the secretion and aid natureIn D. 1907 otherwise the al-I

Record under the condition named lath. commemorative of the life and restoring the system to a healthy lary.\'
of Mid bin' will be taken
i la the bid. and that of the character of General Robert E. I condition and a* i jIconaesaed
a copy ': Sold by all druggist by said defndaht i iI II a made in 1 day
the minutes of the
riper containing Itlscafne Drug Co. p
Lee.The I It is further ordered that this r-I
board meeting be mailed to each duties of the superintendentboth : -- .
.' der tae publlrhed' once a week for
teacher in the conatvTti. In and out of his office, weredlMUHMHi HUtTHIMi THK: STKKHTS: I
I four consecutive weeks I In the Miami ,
fo'lomlrg resolution wa then i and it wa the dense of
Met iKjlls. a neitxpaner published
tn'roiluc'dnd .adopted i he bod> that he find It necessary Editor Metropolis: e
In said .
COllntI'nd !
R<.so' it .l. Tn it this xnird I* of ,i dm ink... ,term time to upend two day I think It the duty of the police I Jrd Jar ol January 1907. tea' Prices our prices will

ih ot.lnton thai the cur aid rerttalI' eiih weak, and some weeks three /
thai be the lowest
to te*ih hackm..n and teaninurs / T HHITT. ( .h pos'lble
,pp -r'" In special school tax uaifc In actual visitation' of the the #
there Is a law agalnut blocking Clerk Circuit Court ad, consistent i'h the
dNtn, t* ., dote hr the truss I vchooS of the county Also that his 'wacl, qua-
.tfeet>>Mopping vehicle on the crossing K I! T...tlor. solicitor fur u>mplalnant I,
,, s i a r of MII h clUtnr, Mnd that as to ,lalficc I"M"r certain designated and oilier re{'klra* disorders I Idaily 'Pf lily and w. .
the Mhnol dltorums. they i-hou d hours three days In each week dur-
committed by them i I '
n> a-'r b used fur an ,>un,>o*<* thiit ing the rest of theear. The board dismount P
This morning!: I was forced to -
will Interfere with the work of the reco.nlxt-d that Ike official and clerical my wheel and wait while a Li.IIYrl'Fl ,

school. nor for an) pefomaace that work of the superintendent U I I
hackaian. apparently a stranger In the Circuit Cnnrt. Seventh Judicial : Salts Chicago New '
l. not of an elevating! tendency: I taxing and exacting and fixed his stopped his team In Avenue D. between or
W M BnrdlneX the retiring board alary at 11.250 for this current year Circuit. Dude County Florida I -a
12th and llth street,
In York made 13.50 to $25 ;
reported on the receipt and expenditares A few other minor matter were chanceryT j
I Ii ty blocking the street while h M. Jones v*. Monellt' D. Jones I e
of that body aad 1I4..rec11 disposed of when the board adjourned If entll'8-l u
ed Into an office to know '
a check of till 10. the balance on to meet oa the second Tuesday : It appearing bv affidavit appended I -- -
hand Tbe. report Will accepted and in February, that date la each month wa any mall there for him to pill filed In the above mated causethai I Fa +

tv check authorised turned over to I having been designated ai meeting fully a mlante for an Investigation he I* attorney for complainantand '
other Suits
the meantime made In
and reply la our own
the trustee. day*. I watt I' that Moaelle D Jones I* the defendant I y
wheelmen and team had to '
therein named, la a nonreeldent -
until It was his pleasure to driveOB i of the State of Florida and la tailor shop with try. .

Mr. A. McKinnon and relieve the small used blockade a resident of Sa"' .'1.11. Georgia at $38.00 to
; George Resigns' that be bad caused I over the age of twenty-one year on $59.00 Ai

Public street and highway a* 1
I It i* therefore ordered that **Jdnonresident a ".
understand It, are for the purpose of ,
defendant be and la y ---
: Chairmanship Board Public WorksFrom travel and convenience to traffic and 'hereby r-quired/ to appear to the '

not for the unwarranted UM of any a
'hill of complaint filed la aald causeon e' Pants made to orderat
j person or conveyance. or before Monday, the 4th day of
:I Citizen February, A. D.. 1107 otherwise the from $5 to $12.00

+ Daily Metroflott{ Jan IIVr I[informed that he was at borne ill\ and allegation of said bill will be takenas

George A. McKinnon todaytendered could not be teen 1 i Mill ("ra.-.. lo Miami |i i'I' confessed by said defendant I I __ _
I It it further ordered that this order
to Slaver John s..1bl.I The resignation of )Ir. McKinnon MeatW'l'Samu..1 Jackson of Sav- :
.tlon tbalrmitn of the board 'I' be published once a week tot I '
lrn nil
re as- come a a surprise to the public
{ brook. L I. and Chan Combs of
; i>f public work ot :he rite: of Miami He h,'. I..n chairman of the board ,Freeimrt 1. I I. arrh 'd at the S'.r.1 (our consecutive weeks In the Min ml I 1--- ;i

lh. saint IxTOm'.nK: effective\ at mn e 'if pnl.lli\ works stuns its organisationH M'trnpolis. a newnpaper published In
ling. Tttunlllo'! the first of ar' week '
jtid ( <>unt\ and 8''a'f'
\\j rrli. @t f th al 'tranah-|i.r *
: s a I at: nio-e a':o ifin successor
fothe of vettiug t \ tRe 4fl ft
7 n' a av'e .II'd! II \t, VMll| n th. ion' d will, .lx> named Ire the .nrio-ie This linnarv' :td !14'17'
HOH \I.r In tadita.'as for
1 I 1t1Irvh.
fan. >11i. tctawer: .Gin. ih' fictc ,H ,,1 l' ion" t II I. p-nbaM\ } ..1 Its next ) / T MFIlRliT' 1000
thecrwiT' Mr Thonii- ( Knl.lit of
c.,. rk t'ire'n' t -mart
i .a' tar hit rt'IIn.n lilt w I :',.: .
Brock ;N; Y. whi '
n. !I' .xptteuhere1 .
; H l iI: 1'.1" olio' (ices for ronVlTICI
tol % Mr NiilKnt .i'J''] iru''!+e ,

MtOM 1-iltTll: : 11X111111l % : .aihn iKlore all\ the growers!: will alodg the ....a' .i* Ur H' Miami and : 1

I he stair '10 tell how much I I' ndamkp \ other plac..n It ,) Hteann--Ti- : : lot! M" '.%TIOXIVpartnuv f'
>\ t iNy are lH>lng In the l land ..fHM nas been done to he orange tUKTlll.d0 .lt

(.... .fruit and I'inr -
| gloat ---
i of that Interlo'l.and : Samples !
Over Tow iihc dame
one million ,aoonis.f fruit
office -t GainenTl'le I Fla.
Th. recent ('old.."" did not dam w>re handled by th Ailanm: I',.,.: I
January i. I
a he ..II'" at Stuart Line Mr August Sherpe the I ,
< for DeLajid pejp; :t duilns' the pop-ilnr 7- =Notice: I I. hereby given that Colonel I

Mnn1a here was Ice a quarter of month of November he 'aigett erseer of the poor at Fort Madlsoula I O. Bus uf Homestead Fla. hat

.n lxh thick at Ocalala I months freight( ever handled there : .. My: "Dr. King New Life nil filed notice of his Intention to make for

Gal'la bad some cold weather J. C. I named they act you
I Brdgea and O r. Wilson are rightly: ; more I final flvyear proof In support of 1
lift week which. did of Coleman say cabbage prmitecta agreeably, do more! gooj and make
ronAld..rabl"l ,i hit claim vli: Homestead Entry.Nn .
damage: to tender pants I In theirtclnlt7 lone feel better than other laxative I
are excellent About any '
: rUt
JPOrtl made Jane 9. ItOO
Bananas Were Injured at G<>HICI 409 have bee .** Guaranteed to bTTloanea I to select 'from
acre plsnted.The care *- + ,
'' the 8 1.2 of 8% 1-4 NE 1-4 of 8W
ana last week. but orange sere tot early planting baa headed out bctutl and constipation IB cent at 1-4 and NW 1-4 of 8 B 1-4 Section I d

hurt to any extent : fully Mr Watson baa ten acres and all drug itorea.
13. Township U. south. Range :1ft
All vec*.tabea la the Roardm.n i i i Mr Bridge thirty.- Fruit and Produce l IE. I
'' and that said proof eec'ion were killed by the recent eaveee -- New. 1! tOi ICE .
before Jno B. Rellly United State -- -- -- -- ----

cold sttistber blueFrank and trucker are I'I'f..UIII i'i> o--; ;; | Take notice that I will present the ComlaHoner, at Miami Fla. on Febra.ry -
: wry Cut this
take It
to the Biscayne application of Mary Moaeak for a 2(. 10

8air oa. the Boardman nr Drag Co. aad get a free sample pardon oe rehearing to the pardon I He name the following witness Sewell
rage grower says that cb-tqt t'1 the of Chamberlain' Stomach and Bros Tailoring Estab't.Biscayne
!ing board ea the first Thursday ofJanuary to prove his continuous residence up
f'ult In bin section h4 b.i Mfped | Liver Tablet These tablet '
are or a* soon thereafter a* I Ion and cultivation of the land via
before the cold 5JM'I1. far superior to pll's, being easier i
I may be heard The applicant wa I Ie W. H";
The IndlaN River sec ti m had ,e'neseverre to lake sad more pieaaant la effect .convicted of murder at tit, fall tern S. Co weather last week s Slcn ih ', They correct disorder of the torn- "jof Hotel Blockv
the circuit court for Dade county Goaaraan of Naraaja. Fla ; D. M.
Jared vegetable and jome orangt i( act. Ii.nd bowel. For sale by'aU Florida It t7. Roberts of Homeatead Fla

that were let shipped I' Brnggtat and the BUcavne Drug i I William C. Hedges. Henry 8. Chubb I -
II will take several dsji of warn Ccsaeany 1 I
Attorney for Petitioner I R..ur.:



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