The Miami metropolis

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The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title:
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
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Place of Publication:
Miami Fla
East Coast Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 25, 1907
Publication Date:
Weekly (published on Friday)
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12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.


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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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RACE I Deed Committed Early Last Evening At Cocoanut Grove-Fired Pistol OF MUSIC j

i I BaD Into Breast-h Dangerously Wounded With Little Chance I ---

II I Manager Merrill Opened Hall Ot Recovery-Was Alive At Noon And Suffering Gre&tly. Many Are Looking Over The ---- .

FRONT WEDNESDAY To Town Folks Last Night Various Properties And A I
And A Delightful Evening Number Cf falcs Reported .

From Dally HttropolU Jan 24 !found Smith >In a v,'r, critical I con H

I' Was Spent-Those Present Isaiah Smith, a colored man r..lddllon!' a..U.-rinc from a pistol I ball -Marcus Milan Buys Lots. - ..1'Jr

Hint Of The Fact Little grafts !'ng at Cocoanut Grow. and ald to wound iu tV lett rnt. the bullet" I .

i have been temporarily crazed ovtr ,, entering ]u't below the heart and II I This Evening "Six: Cop Of t.
, Started Bat Only Four Finished-
lellglon. attempted suicide about ( ranging do. n_ard lice sound wa OiocoUte" Cnruii Raiser a'
I From Daily Metropolis Jan 24 Followed -
. "I 1u" Proved The Winner. clock\ *last night by shooting him dre *ed. but their Is little hope for | Mrstra J If TaHim A Co
I The doors of the Royal Palm Ho- elf In the Wt breaat at hit home. : rerorprrat an active burin, in real e.- By "Boa And Col*'-For
"F Jax" Second t'tel were opened last night by Manager ijIi.
that place late circles. there bring, an unusual .
MerriM to a dance by a nam- M noon today Smith| eras retorted! Benefit Of Public Library. ./
bar of the 'nqulr, fir rc"!d''n city and
people one I
young A messenger ,v*> Immediately sent rcwina; comt ,' tably though thereto
I 101 the most delightful affair of these.son Iota bry ipl!,' .. ho are coming la .
-r- the city for meCical asaista0a'Is mil! amall chants for his niov. ---
was enjoyed. They are having
quite a suburban I ,
and Dr.
Skagg retponded. lie
C Sot of a derive of dory race i The grand march Degas at nine cry Mradc, too In Er'ckK *
a Mo
> ul-
er a mile course, three times !i o'clock and was led by Mr. John a. This r\ra\nt\ al the hub ft school .
Oramling and KI_'A.DIe & en.... let. '10:1"r: View and Rlver- til..r.1I11' II.. .
arotnd was wiled off the Boulevard .1)' sill be given V
frost on Wednesday afternoon while This waa followed by a coUlloa James McCarthy Given Six Months laid.aid"Iona' all of whl-h they own :fly the Miami Cnnvrvatnry OamatIc '*.
with Mr W. C. Elliott and and Club uo. ,,r IM) dtrertlOB
,.aaettacular waa ftlae latereatlag In Miss control rxclndvvly there la quite of Mkw J.I J.
arrer*! ways Myrtle Wllliard leaders Thorn cam. I'a little dealing and a* a blld ',Sinclair for the btaeflt of the public }
1 Th started wnh alai *.- A Virginia reel fur th* eiderry guests Work On The County Chain Gang lag baa been commenced la several.llbray fund % *\
trie, bat before It wi half over After supper which waa ere of the i I Ip area !j The play will be of one act sub i
a.. of the craft bad dropped out. pleasant featncev the evniag.tke Their salsa, yesterday were two lots [elk specUltte. between the act ;:
two by .sai,*i lBg sad three by formal dance at IS:10. Proulty' I o. Fifteenth street; for Iou oa ; danciag by Mr Domes and music by sic
breakdown, the tour others ftnUkUg s orchestra played for the entire : Sixth street, and one la Ertckaov'i ::the Victor talking .1('''"' Aa. ':
IB Rood Urn* tad close order .umbers Fat Itttnptlai T, AM PriMam T, Erupt Tram The City Jtfl-Rept :addition aggregating: four tboaaaad curtain raiser Six Cap at Chora- h
The E: Jan nailed by Captor U- The tin fled by on swift wing (or 1 dollar.. )lr. M. A .Milan wtt''| law" will\ be presented, the fib.i J
,. Qviaa waa declare the wlaaer. ft.4Jax. the dancer and It ... well taU Wraua Sat Up Far Larceay-Other Matters Coming Before the purchaser of the four Iou on I lag well kaowa youag ladles coat-
r captained b 9 rarer Ca- tke mall bourn of th* morning Sixth street and It la understood Pining the cast:
vUl. waft given second pines, though '". the company dispersed flosspn.ent I TM "ttaty Chart Terteiday Afterneaa And This Morniaf. that he will shortly erect a large Adeline von u..... a German .<';
H w* a nooe Bnish with tke H from the city were aa follow bn!1nea bout QB oat! of thee The I Gui' . . Mie Beecher !
Jax. Baited by Cap Pk lip Bylaakaa. *: I 1 I r lots" ftbntt OB the railroad track and Marlon Lee. .a Southern Girl 1
Assistant Dock master Jeaaen offleUtrd Mr. and Mr!. John B. Reltly. I .,. ...I.' adapted for bntlneea alltL 1 . . . Miss Seftea Vii
aa atarter aid Docknaater Kel- Mr. and Mr*. John M. Bu41... Mr. I J i i Dorothy Green a NewKngiaader: !: ;.
lam and Capt Albert Hankie, aa and Mr*. H. T. 'Whaler Mr sad Prom Dally Metropoll, Jan 24James I. licewere arrued and dett'el! yi-IG _MILLH I:I I . . . Miss Laneter ...
jsdgew. Another race will be Balled Mr*. H. C. Budge Mr. and MraJ McCarthy the white man DCI except Ion* noted the case oi Hester Beawon a BoMoaiaa ."
between tile *.... boat 'a* BOOB aa G Saxelby Mr and M,.. E.G aught In tile act of passing aa Iron (I EstellaMlliams.. charged with larceny I Quirt Ridding of a Popular Couple i I I .,. . . Miss Boyar ':
the three thae suffered breakdowns s Bewell. Mr and Mr*. Harry MeCowa Instrument to pr.soners In the city I was continued for the term b, Last Night B-*fr1x von Korusadt a New
yesterday can:: b. pat back IB corn Mr and _n. G C. ...rilI.Mr. Jail a few day ago plead guilty In ,11 he state '' Yorker X . Miss Jelly *
Bl'iBlOB. sad Mrs. C. B. he county court this morning to the | Yesterday afternoon the attention From Dal'y! Mctropolli. Ian .4 I'I Jeaaetle Duraad. a French Girl ; '
Quite a eco.d .ttnr*.*d the race and Mr. W M W..IetMr'j charge attempting to release prisoner |101 the court was. occupied In the The marriage of Mr. Frank Gilbert : : Mia' PenTFollowing
and .port from the Bo..b>vrd front Mn. W. P, Grantting.; and waa sentenced to serve six | trial of the damage suit of A. Hat- Quill"I and Mlrs: Marlon Hills occurred this will com the *pelaltle /- f
sad hotel dork KrK>tlm u. Myrtle W months on the county chain gang I field vs. L. R. Minor and resulted lart tight at the home of :Mr.. and tb-a the lanrhlnc fair. fI
Wll'tard Eva McKenxle. Jane Anderson, a negro woman, I 1111 the Jury returning a verdict for I,': R. B. ElnlK the wedding being a 1 1I I Box A- Cox' a romance IB real life *
HOARD OF TRADE RAtQlKT Perry Jeanette Watson H..rbf'rt'l. I plead guilty to the charge of petit :, the defendant Attorneys Price A ;I quiet one Twlng to the recent death with three characters: H
Watson Terwllllger._ May WotW,. j larceny, and was Sere fie or four Rand appeared for the plaintiff and I' of thn bridegroom: i father I i,"John not. a printer Mr Dill*
Louisville Ky Jaa It- At theaaaaal I Louise. Lancon Louise Drown Lo- (j months Imprisonment In the county R H. Gantler for defendant The parlor was daintily decorated :'games I Cox. a halter Dr Lain 't I.lYra.
banquet of the Lonlsvllle' ...&f''. Sue Barco Ethel Classy: }I Jail i| There are but a few more races. In tern and white ro e.. The bride .| DoIID.'h... Forsytkj o-
Board of Trade tonight the prlacU! Mersrs John Gramling, W e. ElIIorL j Motion to gash the information I now on the calendar and the court !,I." attired In a white silk (,MI 11 me. ,
pet speaker ...11be the 1k.: .. Sberfcura Tom McGahey. Chaa Hill Byj j I against Andy Harmon and Will Cash will probably ronclfide the wsnioaI and cart ted bride row The maid I j i THE TALKING TtHHIVMKXTMr 'j
M Debar mayor of Mlwauke... eon Lasseter Wm Char'e*. C. HTbompaoa (charged with selling llqnor without I this week of honor. Miss Hilda. Qalgg (laterof .
Jsme* P H.IDl..d Joka>: '.Yerke*. A. T. HID W. W the bridegroom waa gowned la a Novel n.t.c cad .:....... ;
bertaon. Roy Barge, C H. white mull and carried t....... tftaJr :
Hr Becker eajov ike distinction of i a bouquet I|
being the youngest mayor la the W F. Yarborough. D. 8. .e.1 Executive For I,of lJ Trance r rove. The Rev W. ;i 5'd
failed State and his campaign for P. H Rand. Committee Appointed W. Farl performed the ceremony i, From Dally: Metropoll, Jsa 2J JiIbe
The favor .
giver 111
were |l.aJ The talking
office wa one of the moet noted orecord tome twenty-five near relatives\ tournament one of
for a similar poatUon. He hi risen. of 8t Louts and Mr. Burke { end Intimate friend of the couple i. novel feature of the season. xisI .. '.
clf'Wr'becIk.. ., at mutual of Pbllade'pha.Presented I The: Proposed Motor Boat Carnival :and family were present. I I;a pleasant diversion lart sight .1It .
ability HI topic win he "Young --- Mr QufVl b I an industrious and :I the Fair balldl... the Ladle! AM
Men In Politic, Mr Terke. will Driven with Hat. ''enterprising young man, and ha* 'D'i Inc the Presbyterian Church conceu- .e ot
With their usual liberality the firm j admirable Ing the .
peak on "Municipal Ownership ofrablic helpmate la the om.D' entertilamtnt The atteni'
rtllltles' of John Seed|! A Bro. have presented horn he has chosen to share hl. !! -nte wan good and Inaarlal rn,1! n
driver of tbe Miami Transfer I Ien. ; : .
every life's mork And pleitesrehim.. andMrs. i.Pieaaing .
with a'we hat of the latest pat I Vrom Dal'y Metropolis.. Jaa .'4 en. for funds The situation wasIhoronghlr honrekceplni'at !I The Victor ('
pit!issrrrt OOTTOXHKED Quiet; will I I WAX n.l.ttu tern for the _00011. The hat ... At the Joint meeting of the com discussed and It was the once Ir a cottage. on the corner'!':nicked by (he Conservatory of Monlr .
beraralnc to the driver and .1 mltt r. from the Board of Trade unanimous opinion that the carnivalwill of Third Street and Avenue C and made a sp.eiM'd: program. of Danri'vocal ,
Jackson Ml**.. Jfta 1 4- Cotton 1 much to the ..t.Uahqalp..<<.* 0"" Merchants Association, and the Mlami be a auroras and attract man)' have a UMfnl and fine array of wed I'. and nr'nted' instrument mn- f
peed la storage IB the Mississippi mhh-h they handle the rf'tDa. Motor Boat: Aseorlatlon. pith visitors to Miami during the period d'ng gift with which to adorn It !''sic. The remainder of the program FI;
la I Mr Merrill I of the Royal Palm lieIN. the same I* In progress .'ompooed of anmberi by loco raheat ;
Valley Merle* considerably 0.C -I ,
to the prevalence of remarkably which was he'd aboard the yacht I i It was also decided that the ;01Ilo..IDII -' San .a follows: "
hi!lld weather and milT manager, report ': Wires I Tarpon at 2 o'clock thla afternoon. : gentlemen be authorised to Bowler Frazier I lRedtalna . fIn Lea 9hle'd.IRedtatbn I
: that need s4lpment."are of la J Telegraph, an executive committee consisting of solicit funds for defraying; the expenses . Miss LP :!I. Pets ", .
terror quality ow!ng to tk beatiac I I Mr. H. ""-. Merrill Mayor Sewell. of the carnival by giving I Recitation . . Mrs W. Offer
la Mr M. R. KeUam and M. 8awrrot prl..... etc.Merchants'. | Reciatlnn '
aad which
, rotting becoming gwaml '
[ Although deterioration la jnaaltt I Still Incapacitated N...... were appointed to have Association Mrsurs iBardlne Broke The Record Recitation : Mrs. C. ; .=
U ahowB wagon need la atlll hold-.I fall charge of the arrangements for and Watson | Recitation . )I,.. Guild Smith .:
tag steady. at fat per toe. taws the Miami Motof Boat Carnival aid Board of Trade Messrs Prose i I Recitation! . MIN LoalN BroeaA
..ay offerings are rejected oa IeI I the fUg-to-flag face. Miami to Naaaan. Broiler and Moore: J' jI --- :
roust of the quality. Tke balk of Miami Motor Boat Association j tail for Dvsuiar ;
the seed crop baa been marketedBBd WIRE TO JACKHOX11LLK HAD nil commltt' was gives full power Messr Sewell and Kallnm V THE 4MR OX MAGIC CITY A suit, HartfeMer-Garbatt C* vE ,
manager state that '''there ha.babe to make all arraagomeaU necessary !I I These gentlemen win at once beel I T. King:: and the Florida East tt
a very derided decrease la the O5LT FOR SHORT TpOE TOo 1 for the carnival aad to draw ,, gin their canvas for funds to ALLFTM I 'HT :'fIGHTMum Coast Railway, BMnmpelt damages
s lame of offering duce January 1. I upon th* treasurer. }lr. laidor Cok- the success of the carnival ID..r'l.1 $4J. war entered in the county .Ii'
wen are BOW making; laqalrte HAY- GIST OF TKRTKRmY'S IP A SCORE OF 24* -CHILIKXf.rll court yesterday }

I wariettea_ need. for are planting la wrong aa4 demand standard at 'EWS RIX"D\&J I BUSINESS GOOD WITH COUNTY OFfiCERS TO! I Ii \\\ (TCHM4XCap I *. Dnam Renting-lisp

good, price bat very hard to obtain I Mr*. F. M Dan who was t*).r- f.
: i --- led Wednesday afternoon by bola C
HEW CHIXEHE TRE.Tf: PORT MERCHANTS J I I' over by a wagon Is reeling

; -- I I The telegraph wire are atlll laIcaparlta'Ad -I Of ATTEND U. S. (. 1. N Krai'.er a team won I jcasy though quite painfully brnle..t !,
WaaNatfon, J... 24-' NaaKlng. I I aad only lota brief : the hut two out! of three. games In sad rut She i* not Injured Inter t
| oa the Weal River has bean opened time i I I early thl* morning were cornmanlcatlon 'the howling contest lent night at the IDa'l ly and th" a'tendlng phyilrlaniexpect (;
1 aa a treaty port today The Catomir had above Wet Palm MIAMI COURT I Marfc tin Rowing. \Heya the two her nl'loiate! recovery
("ostn....'_- at Wnfhau U making I I: ,
[Beach. to which point a wire I* now 'b'lth..1 Indlv dna urores being made
, tie ...-..arT aintaicnnenta Thepoi I work'ng.!' The trouble, which began b\ Cs;,l Frailer, .h.. rote the rec. i I I The F E C Hotel Company ". .:
I. one of the moat TbporUBtIB yesterday morning. I* above thatpoint io!| 'd for (he alU{ >a with a more of i|jtniklnt i another Improvement .ilo"
Chi M a, :II ran be d errlbrd a* but lost what caused It Uaot I Z1S. 'the Ruuic. -rd from lie Fair hui'I! .,
I the k.y to ih country.rHE \ ,> known ...... I Hugh ('na'hmAn challenged ('apt Ins. south to the eatranc" ot : li'Ro ;,-'
..... Tart of the Metropolis yeater- I The advent of' the eater visitors From Dotty Metropolis Jan I Ij i Fraz'er and th.. match will com off 'I 'al' Palm .roun<.-'"

out t'\RD n\u. ldav'e I| press service came this momllarT I!In Miami I II beccmlug more apparent j Pepntr Sheriff Harry Morris and on nxt Tu.-Kl.tnight. with the ,, .'"f' Ming set dlofk the nuts ert. t
.5 -' I tic.> ubunce of which brieflyt'e4 each day. not altogether by the number ex po'tieman! Luke :Nicholson leavetonlcht | same prize as that given {last nlchtla of tht BcMlevard. nv,vl I""I"e; t'i' ,.
New York Jan 24fif'f"f' will j. is: boa of fifty l"n- "DI cigars The Dar and will be fa.fen. of strangers een on the streetsbut for Jacksonville. where theywill
two thouvitd six hundred persons II. trial of Harry Thaw for the t (I match !'s far the benefit of the Ml Cither b> chain or Ivanliril 1.11-! '
at the reception gad dance! by the bit*** teere throughout appear" tomorrow before the ..
j present m.rder of Stanford White began ami Illfles The doors will opn at thus l lending: IIn sttractlve v< at to
I ef tie Old Guard la Madison Square 'n New York yesterday morning: ,the store The millinery departmentof grand Jury of the I'nlted 7:10: and the game begins at tight I art las safety to that thoroiiKhfvrhad
Garfl'ol tonight The grind militaryre and a scene approaching almost absolute the Ideal In ,charge of Madame Court In the case of the Sta'1 A large crowd attended last night I
"' *, at mlc"Ichl.111 every man d'sordei marked the opening Douglas, Is rushed with order for against one Frank Curtis and Mr Julius Smith phonograph : \1 i; Coat*. had hrr.., ;:
[ U aaiforw, will take place to tke ,Two hundred talesmen were on band i hat and tbe large number of pre- here on the charge of furnished band music through the ground tor the erection of a mo>l lern I-
1II..hof the O'd! O..rcI.baa.\ of Prow which to select the Jary parses' trimmers nnd designer are They will probably ne gone several I evening Mr F. A. two hundred petce Many all Ten thousand bale of cotton were 'kept I busy from early morning till da". i manager make the hall attractive on r.lmy..n...... work on the "came
[ knows "Ortety people front this city removed from Vicksburg In aatletpatioa I late at night >Mr Donglaa. who I I'I i with decorations and lookers-on are to commence It once h
Ao..... New Hans, Plnsbarg rhll- of a flood of water la the Mir la now In New York baa sent down WESTERN: LMK TtK-'K .%!He;'N I....1 entertainedll.LITRR.tTk.
| adelphla and ", ..hlacto. will bep.nest Indppt river The water had falle 'some 1 of the latest Parish models 'I 1 IrItIsTItIRI'TI'iG yi tn
at what la considered to be one loot la the Ohio river at Louisville lI. French millinery. which are now Denver. Col. Jan {4 -The Western I IMMH.K\NTS td
[ use of the aortal event ot the year the Ideal. Other store through- Live Stock Association opened Tr rt< n N J Jan 24 rice
The guests Include a kindred Waat I! The condition of former Governor ,I I.t the city *r*> In a Nk* predica pl' annual show In the "n'on Star \\aahlngton. Jan. 24 AccordIng B mrd ol Fish and Game Commit '_
Point cadet and Aanapoill mldshlp- Hlggtm. critically in at Glean. N I, .., If It may :*o be called busy I Yards here today The entries of to return SI per cent! of Southern tonrrn! of tM "(.'. are ahnnt, .In ro
mess T .. remained uachaagedI I throughout the day !cattle and hog are much larger thanat Italians. 46 per cent of Pole purchase one thon..*nd dote quajihlrh : :
W-: I I Heavy snows throughout Spain i -- --+----- any previous show he'd br the assoc'atlon :S per cent of the Slavocks and !1'' will .t... ittstrlbntetl al'. 0...' R
Hear Clef Arrrvrd I were! driving ferofeus wolves Into I 1rD1 Reopen Oriental More bat beep show a small decrease per cent of the Hebrew immigrants the state to r.plt-DI..h| the fast 4l..appearlig
The sew *|t thousand pound safe 'the plains where they wart' causing i Mean KaoyaeOAjeaa aad ChuUen. The attendance. of breeder are Illiterate Si per cent of th. Germans Cnrks: If has bees d'Me!
! ordered some time .ce or the city havoc In the northern province, attacking who conducted an Asiaatlc\ bataarI stockmen and the general public I.I la are able to read and white to nrchaM is many nf the bird- '
| for the purpose of storing book. I Irwonta flock and devouring two I la one of the kto-eroom of Hal- very large Judging for the va>- when thev enter the countrv >T liAr from Indian TerrUort heih."
! etc. IB the clerk office!, theprrsest I I II persons Th. Peasants have organ ''ejon Hall Hotel: hate returned to I nable pities will begin this afternoon cent of the Irish and 11 per cent nf .err sil': iiienfifil *%', gnat ba' .I
I safe having outgrows Its lid for their destruction the city and are Preparing to reopenbusiness and tomorrow will be agricultural English base year there were I IHnncary itMH-n the rteKtrnctlon of lIb aad
at capacity bas arrived and I i Tbe cold prevailing ,la Eastern I at the same place They college day Sales of ord'nary' 175.00 Immigrants from Al1wln. ea".I >e 'n in' floltvr taws tkit' ;s;
be placed la the ety hall by tie Europe bad extended westward Into will have a larger ayid more! complete I call'c will .commence on Monday III.000 from Inh end th- itch .,nit "U'" comml'fee" of both ;
lasts Tranafer Co The site now In- France and the temperature raag4 line of Oriental good than before and on Tuesday the pure bred cattle 114000 from kneels or ll..-v'''th.. lionend Senate. n( the !1"'lIt.! ;.
Sea will .. ov-d to the oftce of from tea to seventeen degree* below aad will be; ready for bu !'nes will fo under the auctioneer haro- 11*.000 were unable to read or '...nre ar ihoii' I"1.....H.. bi'ls!! -.t!.tany. .
lefty auditor Haddleetoa. 1 aero, causing mock ..ffert." Saturday nwnlnf. !i _r. write to '1.nla tlriliH 10



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DORIES SAILED i AT ROYAL PALM Colored, Attempted To Kill Himself T DEMAND '



IN RACE Deed Committed Last At Cocoanut I
Early Evening Grove-Fired Pistol 'I OF MUSIC
BaD Into Breast-U Dangerously Wounded With Little Chance I ---

'. Manager Merrill Opened Hall i Of Recovery-Was Alive At Noon And Suffering Gre&tly. Many Are Looking Over The

" OFF BAY FRONT WEDNESDAY I'' To Town Folks Last Night! Various Properties And A A AT T SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

And A Delightful Evening I Number Cf Sale) Reported

From Dally Metropolis, Jan. 24 hound Smith in I v<'r> critical con
I Was Spent-Those Present. : Isaiah Smith a.', colored man reiid dttlon suffering from K pmtol ball -Marcus Milan Buys Lots. -- 1'4

lone Of The Fast Little Crafts I "I !lug .t Coconut Orov.. and said to wound in tvleft nr.-I. the bullet I
have* beta temporarily crazed ovir entering inert below the heart and This ETeninj"Six: Caps Of '

' Started But Only Four Finished I I II religion! attempted suicide about C'' running downward The wound en, Chocolate" Caruia Raiser
From I Fol
Daily Metropolis. Ian 24 : rr
"I Jax" Proved The Winner. .oclork'last\ night bv hooting himdrewed. bin there li little hope for Mewr* .1 1 \II Tarum & To rtporte
I The doors of the Royal Palm HoI I j I n".> an active bu lowed By "Bojt And Cox '
:'lei self In the Ml breast at hit home recorervM ln s In real' e.- -For
"F Jax" Second. were opened last night by Manlager itate
Merri'l' to a dance b, a number that place. I I't noon today mh| ,? reimrled! circles. there being an unusual Benefit Of Public Library. ,
of the !nqulry fur, re!'id>.nee* and residence r
city and
young people one I A messenger was Immediately sent noting though thereto I( ,
lof the most delightful affair of the for'medleal iota by Triple who are coming In ,
the city aaslatance li ntlll small chance fur his "'<'0\-1
jaeaaoa was enjoyed 'I'II 1hy are
having quite !I
a suburban
and Dr. Skagg responded. He
first of a serif of dory race I I The grand march began at nine : .cry I(trade, too In Er'cktons.
t er a mile course, throe time ''o'clock and was led by Mr John Molle I This e\enlng al the pub' school
Oramllag and Miss "ADIIM ,- MonBay View and RI"er1.140 aud.ior' .MIH *,. i
around, was sailed off the Boulevard Spellmaa. pelt sill fc, given
front on Wednesday afternoon, while I This was followed by a coUUoawith James McCarthy Given Six Months ; aid"lons, all of wbl-h they own''by I the Miami Cnn,ervatnry DamatIc -
spectacular was also Interesting In Mr. W. C, Elliott and Miss and control exclusively! there la quite Club. uca..r tlw direction of Mow
tvwral way. : i' Myrtle Wllltard leader The cam I a little dealing and as a result b.lld-1, Sinclair for the btneOt of the public ,
Work On The
t The race started wttk %... n- A Virginia reel Car UM elderly guests County Chain GangF lag has been commenced In several I.Ubray fund .
tiles but before U was bait over After supper, which was ea* of the pare*. I| The plays will be of oae act each
fen of the craft had dropped out pleasant featvee-e* the -'111..110formal Their sale yesterday were two total! .'111 specialties between the act* ; ;
two by lapatsiaf and three by dance began at IS:II. Prost II on Fifteenth! street; foar Iota ea 'dancing by Mr' Gome and Basic by
breakdowns the tour otters latohUc ty's orchestra played for UM entire Sixth street and one la Erltll_'. 'the Victor talklag machine. Asa '
In good tin. and etos ordwrTh numbers.The Atte pdq T. AM Priswers T* Escape Froa The City JaD-Keen i.d.IUoD. aggregating four' thousand !'. rtsln raiser "Sli Cap ., 0I. '
E: Jas. sailed by Cabin!, UM time fled by on swift wing for I dollars. Mr M. A .Milan was'' I..." will be presented, the foDowlag '7
;Quinn, wa declared the wlaner. and the dancer and H was weft tot Womma Seat, Up Fr Larceny-Other Xatten Coming Before the purchaser of la* tour lou on I well kaowa young ladle coot- ,
F. Jan captained bv Frcr Ca- the small hours of the mortise I Sixth street and It la understood pnslsg the cast:
till was gives second plao. though when the company dispersed Those TM Cturnty Cut Yesterday Afteraps Lad This Mond c. !that be will shortly erect a large Adeline von U.d... a German
U wi a now finish with th* H present from the city were a* fol I business hons ga one of '-. The I >" . . Mlse Beecher t
Jax. salted by Cant. Ph:ByUskaa. lows: IIIIr. 'loss: abott on the railroad track and Marlon Lee .a Southern Girl }
Assistant Dock master Jensen officiated and hit'sJoin B. Reilly wvl.. adapted for business DM*. 'I\ . . . Mite Sefto t
aa starter and Dockmaater Kel- Mr. and Mr*. John M. Bnrdlne. Mr. rre: i Dorothy Green a MewBngbaderMlse-
!.. and Capt. Albert Holnkic. M IIId Mrs H. T. Whaler Mr. sod Prom Dally Metropolis\ Jan 24 I I. lieeino. were argued cad denied VI'I&O':' 1IILLH I . . . Laseeter r
Judge Another race will be sailed Mrs H. C. Budge Mr. and Mr. James McCarthy the white moss D4 eicnnk noted The case oEsUlla > !Hester Season, a BOlIo..... .
between the same boat M soon a* J, G Saselby Mr and Mr. E.O caught In the net: of passing a. Iron' :I Williams, charged with larceny Quiet, "'f'ddhaC--- ." Couple . . MtoJoyner
Ike three thae suffered breakdown Sewell. Mr' and Mrs Harry MeCown Instrument IB to ftr.toners in the city I I was continued for the term by Last Sight ,|Belrla0.. Kortwadt, a New
yesterday caa be put back In corn )lr. and lr*. G. C. Friasell.Mr Jail a few day ago plead guilty In I I i the state Yorker 1. Miss lePy I i
ml.loL and Mrs C B.1 ..k>t-, )fr. the county court thin morning to the I,[ Yesterday afternoon the attention from dally! Metropolis. iso.:4 ''Jsaaette Durand. a French Girl
Quite a crowd wItiwaed the race and Mrs Will. Brown Mr and charge attempting to release prisoners I I of the court was occupied In the The marriage of Mr Frank Gilbert . . Mis Perrr
and sport from the Boulevard. front )Ira W. S. Gramllng. Missed Aside and was sentenced to serve six I|i trial of the damage suit of A. Hat- Qnlgg and V.:es Marion Mills occurred Following this will mot the spa
aid hotel dock tr-Jlmtin. M.rtl@'tlllar'. Maude months on the county rhain gang I I'field vs. L H. Minor and resultedIn (last night at the home of Mrs laities and then the langhlna' farce'
Wlinard En MrKetisle. HerbertaPerrr Jane Anderson) a negro woman j : the! Jury returning a verdict for R. A. ElnlK the wedding being a I 1 Box a Cox." a romance In real life ;
HOARD OF TRADE BASQtKTLouisville. J"'Defle.11011.. Gertrude plead guilty to the charge of petit ,' the defendant Attornevt Price A I quiet one Watson Terwllllger May worlf" larceny and way anti $JO or four Rand appeared\ for the plaintiff and of the bridegrooms father! I Do,. a printer Mr. elles
Ky Jan 14AAt the Louise Lanron, Louise. Brown, Lo- months Imprisonment In the county R, R. Gentler! for defendant ( The parlor was daintily decorated i i'I James Cox, a hatter Dr. Kao! e
.....1 banquet of the ,Louisville ,renae Site Barco Ethel Clancy; !Jail. There are but a few more canes in ferns and white row The bridelwu i ii Mrs Bouncer Mrs Forsyth i,
Board of Trade toatxht the principal Messrs John Crawling W. C. Elliott Motion\ to quash the Information I now on the calendar and the court i attired In a white silk costume ,
speakers will be the Iton. 8b rbnrn Tom McCahey. Cbas Hill I Byron I against Andy Harmon and Will Cash will\ probably ronclfide the session l;and carried bride' roses The maid I: THE T4.LHIV TOlllllMKNTProvVd
M. Beker. mayor of Mlwauke.. Laaneter, V> ta. Charges; C: H. charted with eltag liquor without I I this wwk $of honor Miss Hilda. Quits, sister = :
Jane* P Helm and John V.Terkem.r'.r Thompson.. A. T. Hill. W, wc.t-I I Iof the bridegroom was gowned In I! a Novel, rV: .lIe and t- 4er.rtatr ,
Becker eajora the dUUnctlon of bertaon. ROT Bargesa. C. H. McOee, while mall\ and carried a bouquet) isialag. .%
W F Yarborough D. 8. Jones, Appointed of La Franc roves. The Rev w. i -
beiag Ole youngest mayor, 1n the Executive For (
I'alted State and his campaign for F. H. Rand Committee W. Farls performed the ceremony j:| From Dally Metropolis, Jas' 2J
once waa one of the .oat'aoted on The favor givers were Mrs. .Garrison sal some twenty.Ore near relatives!, The talking tournament, one of
record for a similar postlioa. He of 8t Louis and Mrs. Burke end Intimate friends of the couple the novel feature of the season say b.
*bed aa a speaker of .usual of Philadelphia I. The ;Proposed Motor Boat Carnival and fa mill were present. I is pleawnt diversion last night lit
ability His topic win t* Young I Mr Qufcg Is an Industrious andenterprising ; the Fair building, the Ladle All :
Presented Driven e
with Hal
Men U Politics" Mr Terke will young man. and has an i of the Presbyterian Church' conceiving It
peak OB 'Municipal Ownership of With their usual liberality the arm admirable helpmate In the .olll.a' the entertalnm: The attem'nce -
Public Utilities: ; of John 8oo..1! A Bro. hare presented i iI whom he has chosen to share hls<:> was nod and financial rein! C
every driver of the Miami Transfer i I llfes work and pleasures Mr and p.easing: .
I From DaJ'y! Metropolis Jaa .'4 for funds. The situation a
Co with a new hat of the latest en. wan The
pattern will\
)ItY+'AAlrM COTTONSLED I Qnlgg: WAH |\JI11KIJackson. > for the sea The hat are At the Joint meeting of the com thoroughly; discussed and It was the fat) once In a cottage on the corner by (he! Conservatory wf Manlinade finished .
becncnlnc to the driver and add I mltftes from the Board of Trade, unanimous opinion that the carnival of Third Street and Avenue C and I a sp.erd'd: program: of sued
Mis*., Jan 244Cotton much to the styl'sh! equipages over Merchants. Asso atlon. and the MIamt will be a success and attract ninny ![have a nwfnl, and fine array' of wed ,, vocal and siriaced la.tram-nt' murk ;?
reed In "storage In the lill-.llDlppC which they handle the rein*. Motor Boat Association.! IthMr visitor to Miami during the period !d'ng gifts with which to adorn It The remainder of the program
Valley Is suffering considerably ow- I Merrill r of lie Royal Palm Hole the tame U In progressIt j I I,lompokeU of nnmberi by kr-al tuft '+f
sg to the prevalance of, remarkablyne |. which mss hrfd aboard the! yacht i was also decided that the following 'rut waa u foliose: ,,
Id weather aad mill managers report Wires Tarpon at 2 o'clock this afternoon i gentlemen be authorlxed! to ,Bowler Frazier i'Recitation . Miss Lena Shle'd
: that need shipment ire of la. Telegraph an executive committee consisting of solicit funds for defraying the expenses I 'Recitation{ . Mis Lr"l Pros 4.
tarter quality owing to the beating Mr.' H, W. Merrill. Mayor S..well.Mr of the carnival by giving Recitation . Mrs W Off..rRIIl'iI.UC1n ;r"
.nd rotting which Is becoming g..- M. R. Kellam and M. 8awj/r prise, etc.Merchants'. . Mr*. DllknRecitation
[ erg.. Although deterloratkHl In quality Still Incapacitated of Nassau were' appointed to have Association Messrs Broke The Record . Mrs. C. E: Ph.lp* rt
u shows wagon need I* still hold- fall charge of the arrangement for Burdlne and Walton Recltatlo.------ )(". Guild Smith e
Inc steady at IIS per t ton thoughessay the Miami Motor; Boat Carnival and Board of Trade Messrs Pront. Recitation . Mia Louise Brow
offerings are rejected on ae the flaf-to-flag race Miami to Nor Brassier and Moore ----
moat of the ...'1t1. TIlt bulk of sera. Miami Motor Boat AssociationMessrs. A SRI for Duwsga ai
tie need crop ha been (Marketed WIRE TO JACEMOXYILLK HAD This commltte .was given fall power Sewell and Ksllum I V THE ntMR Of MAGIC TTY A salt HartfeMer-Garbutt Ce. n.
sad managers state that there ha* to make all arrangementa necevaarr I These gentlemen will at once begin E. T. King *nd the rorida East ;
beam a very dqc'ded! decrease la the OM.Y FOR SHORT TptX TOHAI for the carnival, and to draw their canvas for funds to Insure' ALLEYS LAST SIGHT -P1LKDIP ,Coast Railway assumpslt damages l
...... of offering since January 1. epos the tretturpr, Mr. laldor Cob- the success of the carnival. 141. was entered !. the J.
grower* are now maklnc'' Inquiries GIST OF TK8TKRIAr8XFW8 A MO KE OF 24* -CH. L- .,court yesterdayMr .

I__wariettee need for are planting la strong and.demand staadar at RBCKH13I BUSINESS iCDDD WITH COUNTY OFFICERS TO IKX.FIl: 111 (n(1II.\ I *. nn.a Re..tto( Easy k

.good prices but very lI.rd"o obtain I 111 Mrs F, M. Doss who wan rajur- t

NEW CHINESE TREATf PORT 'I. 1:Uednevday over by ,a afternoon wagon Is by restlageasy bringrin : .

:- Ii i I le".r.p.I'H are still 1.I .* I MERCHANTS OF ATTEND U. S. Tape L \ 'er's team won !! though quite painfully brnlne4
..."...1(10114NuaKJa. { : t
I('apaC'I a''tCI. and only for a brief the lost tao out three games la and rnt She I* not Injured Inter
on the West River has been opened ! a. a treaty port today The Customs munlcatlon had above West Palm MIAMI COURT Magic UtRo"' lnc APeya the two 'expect her' oltmae! recovery '
f Coa.snles'on'T at WoChau Is making Beach. to which point a wire Is now j ( II'ah"'I: Intilv.d'ta' Mcurt-s being made I, ;
rtb* "er* sar'> amaBgemenMa. The working. The trouble which .... I I 'IIIzl"r. who lirok the '....- The F. E C Hotel Companvjniiklng ;-
port I. one of the! most Important gin yrfterdmorning.. Is above that I(10 'd for the all)s with a More of i I! : another improvement alo.
In Chi .a a. It ran be dparrlbedI a point but Just what caused! it Is I -!-- '. 24S. !,the I II t Boulevard from tie Fair hnlMIng ,
I the k.y to ''h countrvrxK not known neePart I I I[ Hugh Coachman challenged Cap ''I' "nth In the entrancof ill.Roial .
of the Metropolis'' yesterjdav The advent oft the v.pter visitorsIn From Dill' Metropolis. Jan : I II j! F'raz'.r and cur match will" rom off 11' Palm ground. Concrete :s'".
: out ortnn fULl 1 1t.w < : '* press service tame this morn- | Miami U becofnlug more apparent j rvpntv Sheriff Harry' tined and on next Tuesday night. with the I'a' -r PIne M"t aloni. the outer ey1.
fhere I lap th. substance of which briefly lash day not altogether by the aum ex'|>ollnian LuktNhbolson. leave ( name prig, a* that given. lam nil:!!I. .of the Rrfiilevard overlooking thbar '
York Jan 24 will !*ta'ed Is la box of fifty Ipn-<<-.III cigars The I and will he f3 t"n""d to.HhTlthcr
ber of strangers seea on the streets! tonlcht for Jacksonville. where
two thousand ala huadred persona : lee trial of Harry Thaw for themrder match '. fur the neneCt of the Mlami .. h> rhain or c..IIIZt'd y'-
p.. ekt at thmrptlou and dance of Stanford White began bat by the b*-* tens throughout ..11"\ | tomorrow before the Rlflwi The doors will open at : ihuii' landing: an attractive v'ew sr j'
et the Old Oucrd In Madison Square toeu York yesterday morning: ,the stores The ttllltaery department! grand Jury of the (fnlt d States j,20 and the game begins at eight I''...I I Ins safety to that thoroiiKhfirMr > t
| Garden tonight The grand military and a scene approaching almost absolute lot the Ideal. la charge of Madame Court In the case of the government A large crowd attended taut night'
mare*'. at mtdVcht. with leery man d'sordei marked the opening Douglas, I* rushed with orders for I against one Frank Curti., arrested and Mr Julius' Smith phonograph : W f. Coat>' has brokenground s,
U uniform, will take place to the .Two hundred talesmen were on head .hat* and the Urge number of preIparer I here on the charge of smuggling furnished band music through the I tor the erm-tiou of a modern i
aartr of the O'd! Guard band of froze which to select the Jury I *. tr'mmer: !! zed designers are They will probably ne gone several f'nOIDIMr.. F. A. Csnnon the Ate ro<'m cottage: on his proper
two hundred peter Many wellhnews Tea thousand bales of cotton were '''kept busy from early morning till da>a. I II manager makes the hall attractive ,',v on Palmv.. mork! os th,*
nnriety people>> front this city removed from Vlcksbnrg In aatlcl- ;{( late nt night Mr' Douglas who I I '' with decorations and lookrrs-on are ame to rnmm.nse st once t
Boston. New H,re*. Pltttburg Philadelphia potion of a flood of water In the MIsIseippl 1* now In New York has sent down I II' tYL4TERS: UI-:: STUCK .\SP 'S we'l entertainedIIUTF.RATh.
zed Waahlagtosk wtl bepeeent river The water had fallen tame of the latest Parish 'I''I'I I IU"TllIrn'TI'if. VI Ml r
at what U considered to be one foot In the Ohio river at Louise In French millinery which .,mod.I'1 I Denver Col. Jan 24 -The West IMMK.K\\TS
one of the social event of the rear vtlleI I'at the Ida Other store throughout ;,,:ern Live Stock Asunclatlon opened! Trenton V. J Jan 24 fh.
I the guests Include a bin*red West I I The condition of former Governor the city are;; la a like pre4Ir..ut. .-jit* annual show In the I'a'on Washington, Jan. 24 AI"'nt'dI, I Board! of Fish and Gam 'rrmmis,
[ Foist cadets and A..poill1DId.b1.- ,Hlcgln. critically in at Olsen N .. If It mays! so be (called busy ',I Yards here today The 81nrt.j Ing to returns S< per cent of Southern .'lomrn of thlm{ !>ta'e are about topnrrhaw
esew, ; Y.. remained uachaaged throughout the Hay I([rattle and hog are much larger Italian., 40 per cent! of Poles. one thon.asd doien guar: s'
----1 J I Heavy mow throughout Spain +-- st ant previous show he'd by I" IS per rent of the Slavocks and 21''I.>hih will N- distributed .1'! OT.- "
hew, they We Han Arrived I I were driving feror'ons wolves into Win Reopen OrlriMal More 'soc'atlon! but sheep show n small decrease per rent of the Hebrew Immigrants th.. State to replenish the fast 4l.aprwnrlng '
TIle nw six thousand pound safe the plains where they were causing Memrs Kaoraejnjoan and Chutjen. I The attendance. of breedenstockmen are Illiterate;; tt per cent of th. rv..r : ro.-k.: It has hers derided
I ordered some time are 07 the day havoc la the northern province at- who conducted Autistic bazaar and the general public I II livery mans are able to read! and white :to pun-haw ik. many of the hlrii
t for the purpose of storing books 1 I I tacking Hocks and devouring two :I". one of the sto-vrooms of I Urge Judging for the val when thcv enter the conntrv t 7 ,,'-r from Indian' Trrrltorr. *' heIbr'
records, etc. In the clerk 4 office, thepresent I I[persons, The Peasant have organ cjon Hall Hotrlj have H.I-I(I able prizes will begin this I afternoon cent of the Irish and ,> per cent of. .re sil'! plrntlfil S,, goal kahn -
safe having outgrown haLce teed for their destruction th- city and are preparing to re nod tomorrow will be agricultural English I-a.' year there! were' I the rt...destruction fl.h aaria
nt cparly baa arrlred and I i I The! cold prevailing ,la Eastern I buvlneM at the, M me place college day Sales of ordinary ITS.AO Immlrraata from AII IraI >n* using" to In'ffi'rtlV" lows ik*'
D be placed In the, rot, hall by the Europe had extended westward Into will have a larger aad more ('Pf"1 C'&tl.III commynre on Monday Hungary JII: .000 from 1nH i-sd red ft,,h , ___J Tender Co. The safe now laI France and the temperature ranged plete lln* of Oriental goods than and on Tuesday the pure bred cattle 114000 from Rn'fla Of thwII Iht' Honw .71.1 l its-nat. of 'h. l"' tl.- "
I we.. will be morel" to th* office of from ten to seventeen degree below fore and will b4 reedy for will co under the auctioneer h.mIller. *.004 were unable to read or 'c'ore' ar ->hon' to 4Ir: '.i.' bi'ls r.l- ,
city auditor H add test... aero causing much suffering. Saturday morning; write ante' to 'h<. matter' ,


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Miami Metropolis CIRCULATING I tv comm.siluners. for road superlnt It 1

The Weekly >fALSE REPORTS i iI t"ndeiit That Goode

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I 1\\ I r rho" l: ?I .FI"ridi Frliltt :
S Bobo DeaD Sec TT***. Iff h., ...fir' \ ui' di" i what, wilI
Ii It 1siar. Pre. .1' ,. I I. 1. "', .1 ., ',d ..I I ,Inh .
THE MIAMI' PRINTING COMPANY '' , ', I ,1.,1 1 ,, If ,n I gmw
I' I I''Id ,
1'81' r I"
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d" Bit I Iulind ,
ib. h
.. S I I' na i
'.. q" ,!, L Royal
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:: b non b. $ "" Oiear, . I' -- 0 --

Tb.-4 ,a' il tar u' '" > H a *rar'a ."'.- 'i f.- 'I! Oi I II, ,I : I ii- I 'i, I' Mis, M 1.I I I. i h\c'n! advises won
I I.. ?.I I i i 'J'" -, r. i baa r. .x?i .,
ar pit QIWI' b. -i.',i i r (i i>n hr 7:. cent This, ,a a liberal UIM.UUI u ibduc n 10 stroke to lonnltract lea dint I ,
}. wrrtrtiy: sil'at'r 15)meu':> 4 fin. 'e .,IOd,)'. wmd, as I., inreported ne \\"n.ll'r.I,. It 'll'oul"l1 t do
fri./ oi the
--- Horlda oranuft ,list aa will to quit he tea"The *
4 --- + The inforrn.ot is Mrs M 1. A. Powder
Entered III the PtwiulGie at :Miami FV>n la. a. second claw matter -- w ----- I aiding
Il1Ial..nI8n.| who IK '.nding the ,
new board of county comnttslonei -
llawthorni Fla
ate going to go slow It Is said I'
HUU.J.. H, IM7 I. "Mrs. Hlakeman. writes that all the I..t'
lie careful C'I1I'.men. I lest you
.... fruit l left on the trees lees .been froi |r '
i< den I taut and tan t get; out AbsolutelyPure
around Hawthorne The morning

r GOOD SENSE MKINNON'S SUCCESSOR; of December 24, the temperature ---0--
Tallsbasae Is waking up. She has
., WILL SOLVE IT I I WHO SHALL IT BE? tell to 23 degrees killing the orange; just organised a Board of Trade, an x
growth and all tender foliage!
j i A special city election has been Irecte followed organization 110 the" town can gel
In disouulrg the race probl< m the u long dry spell rh.I! withoutSamuel .
a WashiUKt Post reviews briefy l thevarioua i <'alle
'1 scam ) existing now In the Boardof was frozen and fish were killed by o
suggestions a> to bum It IIIHV I Gompers baa Initiated a DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF !

t I* solved, none of a bit h i* I'rI" healr i ii i HiiUKoiks. The date of the |he intense cold:' for world He

concludes thus '| >.'letnon to determine who hall am : How Is this for movement peace. TARTAR BAKINC
r >r elPnactous! It I an exaggeration would hive to lubor for a living If it POWDERRoyal
SU'l' I.iIob'r remedy hi h i is b... cad Mr MrKi non has been set for .lay .be the Informant was misinformed

I lag trW Is the education of the nexroes ,,, February 26th. the last Tuesday In and as that Individual happens happened .

and not one will deny that I Iit Frb-nary. ( to be a woman It Is well enough After the --or--Ormond-Daytona auto does not contain an atom of

>; no comm oit} weighed down b) amass A few names have been mentionedas "lo let the statement pass a* races. then the rush to Miami phosphatic acid (which is the
feasible and potential potwlbllllles Ing from that source, yet the utter-,
of ignorant population can exiect These events each year deta'n<< hundreds
to kep up. Intellectuall. morally some good, some bad and some once of six.h a report and broadcastsing who otherwise wonld come direct product of bones digested in sulphuric ,

Indifferent Tbe $100000 bond Issue It to the world" Is a falsity capable -
with othtrs I acid alum which is
or economically, through; to the l lower east coast ) or (
.; Is to be manipulated by the of doing Florida an Irreparable

f..". from Ilia. which hovevei Ignorance already U apparent baniHhed In Hoard of PublicSorks.. and surely damage much earlier In the' one-third sulphuric acid) substances -

harmony above all else must prevailsithlo We have admitted that inyertaln
It will be ol but 1 IlIle oranges adopted for other baking -
It The North that s scheme to take all\ the Idle powders 1
Its 'laid wctlons of the State Buffer-
if any advantage. to the neyro.a.'Their the Southern cities and of
The gretable fact la well known I led some damage by the I late cold, butIitothint I I negroes: from because their cheapness.
i coadklon' there today U less.leirable the canal Is
t-: that In the !part. the Board membership like that Indicated In Ib..1| put them to digging' on

t;: :baa at the South They has not enjoyed the least tinged [:abote" telegram, but It ha. never i n bright and beautiful theory but I

.. have Just, aa little social 1 recognition I It will not work fet the reasou that
harmony and It Is equally well been admitted nor ever beard of before oral a *ma rowots COL. ate VOJHC
car loaa opportunlt In ether was 1t
I the will not
that Biscayne Day had frozen ntgroe
known that a house divided against
While Imbibe south due to the faN ) -
tell can not stand' Just who i ii over and fish were killed by the i.t ini 1 o
thlt there has been no emigration ,, cold. Editor Willis B. Powell\ .. aasoilated -
i' ': to blame for the existence; of inch a use 'I
r they And emplovment and occupation predicament. the public can judgefor Biuh never occurred and probablyneter with him In equal ownershipand

In frany direction In ttre ,,' Itself will occur At no part or / publication of the St. Petersburg \

North. they are pretty mush excluded! Independent, Mr. 3. II Mom ford, i
i' What now' the public most and nndoubtfdlv point did the water of the bay rreeicnd
j' from all:ot menial calllntsU \ I I I will do. I Is to see to It when bul for this portion of the er- and that paper will hereafter be pub- ()QOx. <.:.x.> . . . . 1J.
South fill up with bit"li the day arrive that a man 1 I. placed roLeo'is statement the whole Information 'lIah.Hi under the firm game of Pow11
population' from nstnral increase and > 1 Mum ford.
could IM looked 0 A
i on the board who will conduct the ar- upon as an
from Immigration" and the negro: no unintentional .but It --------- I
error seems patent -
fairs of the be would I
matter ht.. ",educatedand\ all city exactly ai Senator Clark Ol Montana, has '
b'lI' own private business It 1* therefore that a blow baa been aimed at MIAMI: : :

1/\ the mor' beciuw he is educated : necessary that this man be one this particular sect'on' which Unllfornl I lust paid 110.000 for a picture which I '

jt;) comes Into rivalry with tb.- whites ? 't'a greeted rival he fought; st auction It U by Jules ;
bas been successful his
ho In own yt
N'; he Is boond to go to the al'' I thereas .I. California md Florida are rivals I Breton and I I. called Harvesting
private business affair, or It 1* aalamlty
he allMchll.. nt the :or.h In climate. soil advantages etc. but the Popples" Senn'or Clark ha
; to have at the helm of the I
Path I..hpr>>Sf'nl situation' and they are or should 1 be, friend rlvals many paintings for which he has

,: such the outlook1'e bate determined city ,governments m.nho I I. a lg.lure and we feel that no fair-minded i'i paid many hundreds tot thousands Is rapidly going to the front as the leads
I head, a factional stick-up or a I'
11, n
f the xe'\\(1'1 rmf What shall we do would wilfully and maliciously circulate | harvesalag copper at a profit of a

1: : .ith' the"h III I here, and :None of thplif' apply the however to or cause to he printed a report illllou a month be can afford It. is going to Miami Now is the time to
Mr. MrKlnnon. and Metropolis
between whirls and ns the barrier that would do the other an Injury \ I
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:.would bar' him know that It refvts !secure a choice location either for busi-
.rt- l< muck rrpKler* .sk Mr Tlllman No. Florida did not freexe up

i..."' sacs:tW question! can not be longer hm! to the fee!condition that he could"_'lch no ('longer'auMt?a Her orange -the beat that ever I Board of Public Works i iI ness or residence. Choice locations in

I I'of" are now on the market the
Ignored"it. g-w-
; j serer the city i>s a member of the, the for sale
city by : : : : : : :
It I I. a vexing problem If we con-1 placid waters of blue Biscayne Bay I
P.ord of Public Works
alder the future But as for the'present'we flow and ripple as they always hare. I "
11 Kn m Iteilj M-lrOpnllt: Iso 22
Th Metropolis will t.: 'ie a stand I HI
arm to he petting on' the fUh *4>ort as lively and numer
in the coming election a stank insofar The Board of Public Works-or 1
'. pretty ....n. In any Meat. e shall oim'y us ever, and people' from every |
Hi the candidates are concerted.If ; that part of It regaining Intact FORT DALLAS LAND CO.
.1 I keep the races separate There will point of our great country even '
; be peai'' them unless the negroes two or more men run for the oft from California ire here to enjoy a Messrs Prout and ...Leffler met last :
i I among; flee. and in the ludcment of thMelrnrolls. "! night; at the city council clumber I I :
,Lr wth) growing ambition vcekdemand <" climate and advantages( to be had OCX 000000000000Call : : ( :
all are PQ'h: fitted fall And for the first time In a ver) long :
rights and prl\ lieges no where else In the whole world at ,
is Important olLce: sought; then lhd] this of the I time I there was not the least bit of j I
Spasmodic outbreaks" and c'ashe> season year. I onTOZIiT (tT
4 ,,
Metropolis will\ remain neutral\ > friction or difference exhibited orIe'spressed :
) occur. as they have occurred I --e---- : S. 23EIZS.Y. E.:2TCiFiAXJ! 1..cA"ent.
But If an unfit nniiiccessftil, flg< | during quite a long lea-
wt bat there need not Inio'te! a races lire bead of some self-named fact (1 And there 1 Is S cents' In the gamewarden lon 'hat followed Tort V ice-Pres.. Fort Dallas wwC

t cxafllct. Th. races In the South lion or a man who has n.,t lic.etotf I II : fund. Treasurer Carriewhen i| Mr I 1 effler very graciously; nominated Dallas Land Co., Miami. Fla St Augustine Fla
have lived together and at the sautes told of thb enormous bond he Mr Prom chairman and Mr I
't >>re manifested an Interest In th : |
.. for and t I would be required. to rive' asked
time forn
separate years ''affairs I of the IIo one who he Pri'iit. alive to the fact lint the
J', they will probably continue to do HOI no other possible means of llvell I What's the fit.n... "' Answer The |11.-.1 interests of the .people. were at :,

: -= --- h-virt. even dares to announce himself : Same Warden Fund | site. t"onrrouoh'] ne.oidd the motion ,

Oft EFFECTS OF |I" candidate. or allows some one ..lilt'' -tp.-- I, Then both Menura Proul, and i iI ,

1 to do so. the Metropolis will a* It \\'011'<1 l It be out of order to .ug- I effler toted a silent aye" and th-' The Ocklawaha Nurseries *

.<. ADVERTISINGThe 'has' : -l"'as tried to do In tb> past; gent that the nest (.egislatur' puns i honor ,ibi! but mesh abused orx. .' nl- ;

> of the Aulobiographt .o-k for the best Interest of Miami a bill ,'re-Ming an appropriation| fm'. ,ittlon was In islon' note mOl ;

author sprinkling the Everglades In orderto I!! \Ahiit followed was tike a In.e I i TANGERINE, FLORIDA
and resix-ctabl todefeat
use every mean
Nan In the February
of Bm&lneas
!: a ; lay the fine white dust that: feast l#>lh ,mmtntsaione-s thought ,
Everybody's aava..: I inch a man.Meanwhilewho Want Oraage Grower to know that It I* to their Interest to boy tree
proved so annoying; to Major St.C'alr exarth the same way on all
i For a number of rears I advertised shall IMllnl.1' from their stock. Decease they have THE BEST GROWN IN' FLORIDA.
\ railed They w
and other drainage expert and questions
:'>.: ofclv In my windows and in I Mr. McKlanon'I ; Lakeland New* strict accord and harmony once lu''' GOOD RESULTS can only he obtained from tree that have aa abvalaaee

u Borne of the street cars. because I their olPclal I've! of GOOD ROOTS .tern* that are STOCKY tope WELL DEVELOPED' :
11 I did not feel that I con Id afford to i I With Hant Harris making the race One of the first matters to come aad leave, and woodfhat la ENTIRELY FREE OF INJURIOUS INSECTLIFB. :

1.I' advertise la tbe dally paper Two !for the presidency of the Senate aaI Ha'l Cane! the English novelist,. up was the condition of the street ore. TREES have an these GOOD POINTS la their favor and we

t. yean ago last September I was having -I the candidate of the aatl-admlnl- wa one of the visitors In Kingston,i scraper which had been loaned to the eoridalry Invite year Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCEMNCTS are oaTef
Jamaica when the earthquake and ed to those who win place their order BOW, for tall delivery OUR NaTW
,,, I a ctaveaette coat sale, and I succeeded tratloa forces, and W. M. Olrardean street ear company some time ago.
: '. :Jn selling for. couple of (''running a* the champIon of theI fire destroyed tbe city Tuesday.bul I The superintendent reported that It EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE. EARLY AS PARSON BROWN PROIITfOt i-

p( weeks about fifty coats a day 1 I Broward element the result of the happily escaped If Hall went theafter re: I was In need of repairs, having received AS rtNBAPPLS. ASK ABATTT I'!. CATALOGUE IHEX .
"local warmth and color" tot
%.r though I would try a column ad InC contest will be awaited with general certain damages and a reso-

f one of the evening paper The next 1 Interest throughout the State. -*.- his next novel-something tbe story-,. Intldn that the attest car company i Address, The Odlawaha Nurseries LI

day this co'amn ad appeared la ODIf'J !jPalatka Times-Herald. winters are arwiy* hunting for have the machine out la good condition -

of the. evening papers and by the I --- n he doubtless got It-Live Oak Dim prevailed unanimously I I a w. CONNER Prepvt.lee.

the that has thelarkeat ocrat. Another matter of considerable: Importance TaegeHne. Fleeld.
: bye It ;was not one I .
While and winter
summer Mem ()
la Chicago I selected a aid which will be heard
circulation ;

?j b the paper that ibis ad appeared I the have Northwest formed a merger I* C'Onredlia la :bj\ south i lee, congratn'ated The county for authorities the war are they to are bet!! from hater was the hearty decisionof I I Or ... S. BUMtANK. Agt, Mien. FlerWaOwr If i

that the city
t' : la because they gave roe a low and snow James J. Hill says h?- h'Unever waging against the gambler, j the commissioners CKJBOCTDB: prepe-rmtlo fee the destrncthm of aata. has. sad '
negro t. the board all of
ad auditor I I
.s" rate. httt they agreed to give my known such weather. conditions but they have evidently not yet ,...1-1 the eipediturea report made by the board ether<< vessels will do the work. ,
la the The ret -
a good position paper exist the I'ne of
1 a* along Ms
I tult was that the next day the sale, Great Northern road where mow led how they could Increase their t In paving lath and 20th streets and I - -- -

popularity by sandwiching In a few the laying of sewers on several other
been about fifty 1
which formerly Is three to four feet deep on the .level
( white offenders, who are Just aa street of the city This Informalion -
} and In I
,J ,' c-oeta.a day. jumped to 14 and ten to twenty-fire feet In thedrifts I Fred'k. S. Morse :
fifty days I old over 1,600 rain- numerous and Just as galtty a* the the board desires It poooaIbl..1at ,
black rain, though they probably J Its next mef-tlag
costs n
1' do It In a little more fashionable Following this the Seventh street I
that sale
.o For the sear fo'lo-lng The Mrhison Globe does "nbtkDuwhow lR.eal
I i'I
'his I manner paving. which has suffered consider'ably : Es1a"te;
y I rontlrine-1 In IIdv"" "" In one it la In \big cities but 'fnsaTaTltowns ---- by being hauled before the
Ul fall I felt that I could I ,
r. paper society women can A totter from an observant forDl.rFlorIdian. hoard In ODe manner or another fora
; .. ford-to Invest U" ahonf '.noo be atlnguished from the women Oflloea stair Cor. Ave C and II th 8$.
f I I II who yielded' to the temptation ('(ld"-nble' time came up aCoLlnnfl..r I I ap 4I
la advertising la some-of the other who are not In society by the fact
6 to !go! to live In California, and a thorough dissection It
papers I used three morning pip1rs 'that society women do not wear union show a mighty' : bad rail of homesjcknsa was resolved" that the street Miami Dade Co. Florda. .
J three evening the the other d.J." ,
sad papers suits and
( women to the
She the proceed put
'' | longs for bright intendent .upt'r-I
beat l It Chicago The result have There are many others who do out I
warm. Inspiring sunshine of the old on the Mid street a
:... ) ten phenomenal 1 did not haveto ;: know and probably never will\ tl home. and Intimates that It will\ lie ceptable to the property owners'thereon AGENT OR LANDS OP" ? '.;
The profits camel In Mlasourl la ln >
5 O" though saying
1- invest | | enjoyed before very long \\hen It :: he to keep a detailed cost

tJ. back tram the newspaper advertising 'I union there U strength." comes to sunshine and cheerfulness I II I thereof; said cost to be deducted Florida East Coast Railway Co '

".. before their bill came In, and I -. I the climate of South F'orlda beat from the contractor's allowance for a

r. E do not figure today hat I have a The chief '(' of the Census 'the entire 'orldT.Dlpa Time paving the said atreet Florida Coast Line Canal aLd Trans. Co.

dollar la.... >4-la advertising In Bureau says: "It Is safe to assume ._- I Several obe matter of minor Importance Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co

f my opinlou the only way to advertise',; that the wealth of the roiled States A p'an Intended to relieve tbe car were given consldoratlon. t

aiI Is to five them plain common sensel!'differ but little from that of Great shortage 1* thai slated by the Philadelphia a aortal chat Induced and the meet -- r

: 'i t talk Tell them the truth Do not l':, Brltlsn and Russia combin"-d, aa-d Record : "Railroad com I ing went on record adjourned.

gK a e.stomer to come to your store'(II. slightly' In excess la like manner I panles owning more than half a million Miami Bottling Works :

have faked him the of the United States: at
and tad that you property freight car, or nearly a third' RESOLVT10\9

'S for tits la poor adverting: besides the present time I I. doubtless slightlyIn I of all In the United States, are arranging

being dishonesty" excess o( the combined wealthof an heroic remedy for car Adopted by Cfcrvewter I'mtom tee WALL & McGOWAN. Props r
richest nations of continental
D lb. 0V.1 Heath of R. M Q\llq
shortage It to pool all\ their cars; on

d t A Ban In Granvllle. O. was sentenced Europe-France, with an estimatedvaluation every car will be regarded. 'at lUh 8&rw'.lh.., R. R.. Miami, FlaManefactvrer 6

i i to life Imprisonment for stealing in 1Ite of l?.15(35.Uoo. .- home so 'ong; as It Is on the rails I Whereas, the Messenger of Death ,
t beef Pun' and Germany with US.H5.-
I tve cans of corned of one of the companies In tbe pool has again entered our circle and of
1 .. not miWvlent. he should i''SOHOOO. a total of a&C.3H.H3.! midst la the bloom
t hment was Certainly the public\ 11'11bn"\ no i called from our

.5 : rave been compelled to eat the stuff ,,000" This knowledge may serve, toIraake excuse for complaining of railway. I of life. Brother R. M. Qulgg. who
I "' esch Individual feet richer 1 All Kinds of
o pooling of this varlf-tv It Is a bold will\ no more meet with as or give

)_ Too have always heard how the and then it may not. and public-spirited measure, bit it Is I counsel I or aid In our work there
p biggest fish got ... .11III the fart morient I, 0 as good for one member as It Is foranother ( tore be ItResolved Soft Drinks .
line. or Th doctor and dragglat. also tbe'undertaker
breaking a
v't by the ; o and it may be quite as That our loss I I. his gala
\ 1 he Mending of. hook or something ': *, rre having a hart..ti therefore bow to the will of I
\ \ I much 10 the advantage of and w*
comipanv IaIWMt.I
sort The ftsh"rmen of la1131' i Chicago There are 600 000 per- every Pre.Iit AttMthM %e AH Orwera. DaOwn Orwen
cf that
as to that of the public. lnIder the Great Master Builder who make '. .
have Just eapia'd the record 'eons s'ck Ir that cite, according: to
t : mistake, and be It further
the present system car are no
'r'' and hnt out all' future competition !the Tribune, which nays: "The death awayi
i from home a great deal and It" that while bowing to
j III lab stories by having lost a 'rste has Increased (correspondingly)', i{ company Is a little more one ills majestic\ will we extend to the Test 25 Years r.Grove's
y whale In the traditional manner at snd, altogethei. while coat 'bill. ,are about prompt bereaved family of odr d..partbrolh..r Has Stood The r.
returning car than another Is
down this I offset
the traditional moment Narrator I> and enforced contributions loathe] It Is a loser by the present arrangement our deepest sympathy .
of fish stories will take notice !! by \
(' dark hour of sadness Also
t' herU over Tampa Times. Beg physicians druggists and nadertak- Dot If these car hall not t
the delivered to companies that do that a copy of these resolution be
pardon But Just one lore fl.herman |era Not since the January of UU
'+ report the exper'ence; the I' has Providence so grievously arnlet.I ( not join In the pool there would be spread on our minute. a copy furnished -

s of unseasonable a good; deal I of transshipment Repeatedly his .window also each of the
Time refers to and other fishernen I led us in the matter -

j state. he has econ.e.. satisfiediinh end "nfavor able weather Exp,srt I companies have threatenedthat city paper for Insertion Tasteless Chill Tonic

1, a .. has already been said about 'ned'csl opinion assures a* that the they would not allow their car W. E. Glenn

i it If. however It Ik fish you area ..u... of these Ills I* the lack of precipitation 'Ito leave their own tracks but the f W A. M tchell. .

absence of the restriction has seldom! A. B. Weaver.Committee.
hadtttE for. Just come o.t'r.e nil and the been enforce
.' No-Ccr-No-P. 50 fit=.
r r ar'of"n I'ft '+fqr TV a'I I quantity of sunshine: led 1i 1

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LEADER[ [ CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS. ....!" Mill t v "'1. "tiie<1 In he SI I .I" ,

,I II UVWT daliblid in IIKMMX 1 i-ni in v '

I was "<,n " < .uiymu,,: r i"' ..1di1

REPLY TO THE MCCLURE ARTICLE; 'he superstitious .mti'rfolk.. ...J'
; frequently seek; my artvlr.\ 1 {

never ...nt Into t trance to derv'rlbescene t

I far away a* McClarelaga: -
line (a: ,i

Mv oldest sinter dearly loved me \

F She Corrects The Erroneous Reports but I wounded her pride when I PROTECT YOUR BOOKS }

FConcord. adopted Christian Science. and to a 3 3They're

Childhood Days And Past con-I Baker that was a sorry offence '
Early McCIurr' Magazine calls Or too valuable to be strewn about the room or house ex- 4

Many Statements Relative To Her Dis- band.Daniel'an Patterson Itinerant mwrond deiitlrt It hu says<- posed to dust and damage Of course you can't help it, if your :i:

And OtherDeclarations Of McClure's .1 that after my marriage wp Ih.'" foi book-case is full and of the old style solid construction.. Better 1

short time Tll'on then moves
K nt
get rid of such a case, or start a new one that will always accom- ,
Her Present And Past Life :to :ranklinIurtng the fo'lownjr

nine years the I'a'tcr'ons led modate your books without being either too large or too small- J
i I H roving exla'eme The doctor
iI I pra< tl'ed In vrral towns" from Tll one that grows with your library and always fits it. The

.1..1 ton to North Groton and RunmoWh \ "

N 1L. Jan 4 Health was pnhllsKed. Dr. Ladd n I was tiia-rled to him DrDante 1-

". Th .laniKM issue of McClure'* 10 Vltxand Dltou : Head It. for It I ) Pattersr was Ini ated In '

Magazln" .bl< h und", takl'tl to publish wilt do rou ptooj It does not aurprloe Franklin N H He h,d te degree ; lobd'v1iete: ;

tli bt lon of the .earl life of lilt, \I10 resembles the author -j DOS was a popular man. ;and I

the R. m>r.'nd Mar Baker EJdi.lead: I II considered a rarely skilful dentist. .t.e
er of th.. Chrlailan scientists, andber mill relit the following lt.Mdenl. He bought a place In Rtimne

fame' ) has been brofegbt to the w hi h ''''("''rp *! later In life, ,! w-h'ch he fancied for a sumtre-- Elastic Book-Case :

; attention 01 Mr. Eddy.She ha ..* lllutrathe of n.y dlnposltlon "x>rt. At that time he owned a .
taken th pans 'o correct th" matter \\hlle I was living wiu Dr. Patteron i home In Franklin. N. 11. t

and baa sent out tke following at his I country home In Rumnev Although. "a M Clv-e'. Ylgailnr .
statement over ber own algnature v H a girl, totally blind, I Ikn'ockf'd claims, the (court record may stat. is the original and only up-to-date sectional bookcase and is ...

It it nluniny on-ChrUtlan Science at the door and waa admitted : that my divorce from Dr Pattersonwas made by the largest manufacturers of such goods in the world )w

to sav that man Is area_+8Q to thought She: begged to be allowed' to I granted on the rround of u<'-

or action only by ease.-pleasure or remain with me. and my tender- ; .section the cttune neverthe'e wan It's furnished in a variety of \E
recompense Something! Signer: nobler opus and sympathy were such that I II adulterv Individual are her today
grades, sizes and prices. 't
mon imperative, impels the impulse I could not refuse her Shortly after I who wereiprestnt! In court .-hAn

of Soulbecowes honetrr. mj good housekeeper! j the decision was given by the judge: c adapted to any and all re- .J
my dun to be just to aid to me: I land who know the following fact ,
th depart'd and to not ruth If thin blind girl *tt;-:* with you Aftethe evidence had beenbtnlt- quirements. It's a system ofunitseach

fps.l} on The attack I shall have to leave, abe trouble I ted that a hbrhand was nhoiil.. in unit fitted with the :
fOB and I..t.. father( and his ,I ,
m. nn me *o ha\e Dr. Patterson arr >ste famllj In McCluieiMagai'ne.: : Jan- It was not In my heart to turn i:eloping with |111.1 wife the court instructrd perfection dust proof roller- .

\ .M.i t JII"' :. < .inxl; ls'mtt as a dutiful the blind girl out and *o I lout my I( the c-le-k: to record th'dl- : bearing door. But we'll be i.
rhl'd and th. leader eO( Christian hou..ekep+>i' vorce In my favor I i is

kkto speakMcClure' i j i Mv reply to the atatementhat I What prevented Fh Patterson s glad to show them if you call. :i.or
r1 :Magazine: refer to my the '1ebonk shows that I j
( Jointed arrest was a letter from me to this illustrated
father a tall gaunt frame.' and plri 1 the ilton Congregational Churchat I(selfsame husband. Imploring him not'to will send beautifully

turf* 'th* old man tramping doggedly I the age of seventeen la that my do It. When this husband recovered : catalogue on request :
along: the! highway: regularly seemed to culminate j d,4e
I re'lglod experience his wife, he kept her a prisoner I
/ beating the ground' with a huge I I at twelve year of age. Hence la her horn, and I. .. also the
.u. t. ,1
walking a mistake may have ocrnred a* to mean of reconciling the couple A I
My fatbrr'r person waa erect and ,I the exact date of my ant church I II Christian Scientist has told me that

tobtiat He never used a walking- I, membership. : with tear of gratitude tl > wife of

stick. To Illustrate One Urn ]I The fact regarding the McNeil th'a husband related these fart to I
when father was visiting Governor I
President FranklinPierre's coat-of-arm are as follow: I' her post aa I have stated them I
Pierce I Fannie! N Nt'n. President Pierre'sniece
lived with Dr. Patterson peaceably,
Governor handed I
father, the
walking afterward Mrs. Judge Potter, and he was ,kind to me up to the
him a gold-headed :
presented to me my coat-of-arn., time of the divorce.
they were about to start for elllll'(' ,
but saying that It was taken In connection The fo'towing affidavit by R D.
thanked' the Governor
My i with her own family coat-of- .
uaevel of Littleton. N H proprietor "*S
tbd stick vying
declined' to accept
arma, I never doubted' the veracity of the White Mountain House )
1 Although never use McClure'i a cane Magazine at- [ of her gift I have another costs 'abysm, N. H. the original of :f.

tribute to ny father language anneemly. s of-artca, 'which I* of my mother' aa- which la In my poaaeaalon.1 of Inter- ) '

hla household law. constantly ceatry When I was last In Washington. eat In this connection:

enforced. was no profanity and no D. C. Mr*. Judge Potter and About the year 1ST4 Dr. Patter- I ;)/
I| myself knelt tu silent Ute I
slang phrases VcClIre Magazine prayer on son a deatlst. boarded with me In
!: :
also derlana that file' Bible was the I mound of her late father General Littleton. New Hampshire During I II \ .
t John )11:><011. the hero oC Lundy different times I had I In his houw. On the contrary I ibis stay at!

my father was t great reader I 1| Lane conversation,; with him about his Frank T. BudgeCorner
The man whom McClure Magazine Notwithstanding that McClurei wife from it horn he was separated i

characterize* a* "Ignoraat.domInatlng. I magazine ....y.. 'Mary Baker contpleted !1He spoke of her being a pure and

passionate, ff'&rl...: was uniformly | her education when she flnIthed ( Christian woman and the cauvt of

dignified' a :wellInformed.lnto'tec.ual Smith' grammar and reached I the separation being: wholly on his

: man cultivated' In mind i.long!: division In arithmetic" I was i part that he had done as he ought Twelfth Street and Avenue D. 77
and manners He wag called' ,uponto i trailed' by the t'be R. 8. Rust D be might hfcvc had a< pleasant and' Telephone
do much bnslnesi In bin town ID. Principal I of Methodist Con- happy bond as one could wish for :

making oat deeds sUUlag!: quarrel, I fen nee Seminary at Saaborton At that time I had no knowledge I ;

and teen acting as counsel In a lawsuit t Bridge, to supply tbe place of his of who his'!, wife wan, later on 1 : :.'..;1
Involving a questlor of pauperism pleading' ; teacher during her temper learned that :Mary Baker G. Eddy, : ,

between the towns of London : sty abaence' the Discoverer and Founder of Chlrstlan -

and Dow, N H. Ftanklla Pierce!, : Regarding my first marriage and Science, was the :above mentioned I ONE-CENT STAMP BOOKS

afterwards President I j United the tragic death of my husband woman. I l

State, wv the codWl t't'e London McClnru't Magaxlne aaya.He (Signed) R. D Rounaevel J. H. Tatum G Co. it

and Mark Baker for How. Both et.txred I (George Washington Glover) took Grafton $.S. January IS 102Then '
their pleas, and my father won his bride to Wilmington. South persoaally appeared R. D. The government I I. making preparations -

the salt After It was derided Mr Carolina and la Jane 1544, ill Roanaevet' and made oath that for filling a long-felt want j

Pierre bowed' to my father and congratulated month after his marriage he died the wlihla statement by him by acpply: him For several' years f of yellow fever He left his young' signed la true. .
la book form and the InformationIn
father was chaplain of the New I bride In a miserable plight She Before me, I '
Hampshire State Militia and aa I I wa far from home and entlrley H M. Wood. regard to this matter baa been received REAL ESTATE ': 1t .

reco'lert It be was, Justice of the without money or friend Glover I Justice of the Peace.I by the local postal authorities I 'II

peace at one time Mate JMr father w sstrong however was a free-maaon, and thusreceived was obliged. to be parted from I The system will go Into effect oa 317, 12th StrtJtOn the Grocni FloorWe Phone US ''ft.
a believer In rights, bat a decent burial. The masons -
my son, because after my father' March 1. only one size being Issued :
slavery be regarded; .a* a great aln. also paid Mra.GIo1'er' fare toNew
Mark Baker was the. youngest ofbin York City where she was met second. mst Mage my lltt'e! boy Wall I The pubic) has been! clamoring for ,

father's family, and Inherited' his and taken to her father' hone by not ..Ieonte'll my father' hon e. one-cent stamp books for some time, '

fatb...'. real estate an extensive I her brother George.*..Her potttlonwa Who" or what I* the McClure "his I and this Inr rm.tlonII prove of. have a Great Big
tor so-oaljjd arewntlag! I* It
) {
i farm situated' In Bow and ConcordAt aa embarrassing one. She was Interest! The stamp clerks say that ,
.. H It ,. on record that Mark flak a grown woman, with a child, bat myself, the veritable Mrs. Eddy, b'* inquiries have been I -.\

..... father paid th* largest tax In entirely without mean of aapport.Mr whom the New York World declared mad for them, and In some case, j I ,
.. dying of cancer, or la It her alleged
the colony ; Glover mad oa17'fott the inquiries were so emphatic that
McClure'. MagatlM states: '(Alone at eir-npport For a brief season double or dummy, heretofore described It was thought the book bad been :

: of tile Bakers he Albert) receiveda he taught chool. T published and Miami was behind
If Indeed It be I allow ma to
liberal! education *' e Mary Bakrr My first husband Major George W. : thank the enterprising historian for time. Sacrifice Sale'J Yof
I passed' her first Bfteen years at Glover resided In Charleston South have This style of handling stamp nasproven
the teUmoy they thereby givea -
the ancestral home at Bow It was Carolina While on t butinea trip very convenient both to the
of tile divine of ChristianScience
a lonely and unstlmalatlng ed.ta_. to Nona ,
Wilmington, Carolina, h* which they admit baa authorities and the pablThe\
The church supplied the only social was suddenly seized \
with fever
yellow snatched We from the cradle and the books are small and can be placed :
diversion the district school practSially and died In about nine days. I either In the pocket or the pocketbook -
aad made me the beloved I \
all the InfirUactual lif!. wa with him on this trip. Ha too. Lot ma ace what: were the fruit with him the usual amount of an elegant home. is forced $
moneyhe (.&11I""* are Interleaved between par-,I Party
of this 'kii"ly ...... unstlmulatlng ex would need sack excursion.At aad women la our aad I In other countries (

istence All my academic father' education daughter hla d__on. I was aa airroanded have-and promulgated all this because has separated!'.. truthI anne The books paper contain preventing enough sticking stampsfor to sell and it can be bought t for for ?
given an i
were by friends and their
provlalona Ik the tar** from the wheat uniting In tie ordinary aw. and there la ,
sufficiently advanced so that they all 1 less
than Its fora
my behalf were most Wader The valaejand small f
cent dtferenc In the price :
taught school acceptably at various I one body those who love Truth; because only one I
Governor of the State and his staff
Truth divide between sect' and The notice follows: "Postmaster
lime and place I with a long proreaaion., followed the cash
notified that preawratlons are ; payment.A .
Science sad renew the heavenward are i
Albert : ;
{ My brother 'was a distinguished remain of beloved one to the .
lawyer 111 addition to my ,cemetery impulse; because I atlll\ hear t)e harvest i being made to issue one- ..nt postagei j
I song :of the Redeemer' stamp In book form beginning :
academic training I was pn..t.1yI The Freemasons i
I my escort ing the nations, causlarr; man.wat..II'j about March I. 1S07 There will be j I
He member
I tittered by him was a '
who took me to fatb ,
my *
of lh New Hampshire Legislature 'Thorns la Triton N. H. My alary bin enemies; because 1"""" only one size containing 24 one- : full si/e lot near A\enu'B I ; and the i.a a I y*. when men shall revile you, and cent tamp, In four sh,.ets. of six : '
end was nominated for Congress bat I for writing gave m* ample aapportI -., depot for only |Soo. |EASY Tl RMS.v i 1-
and shall all interleaved with -
o died be'ore the elt.tion.Meeeluri'n persecute ton say manner I tamps each ptirafflne
did an Infant school but It 1
Magallne call. my I of evil against you falsely, for paper and hound like ,ihe linnks '':'
wa for the of starting that
t/urMMe| .
my sake. of stamps The .lIIul'prl
ifxinpest brother peorge Sullivan educational system In New Hampshire 1 two-cent :
J .ker. "'a ,,' a Tllton 1'001,11..1' 1 The rvme attributed to me I MARY BAKER G EDDY I will be 25 cent per book" >me except onally\ cheap avenue !II p.-Jloer1Ie.. ,I

.. n A* a miner of fart be 'wa b>' )(('('1.,..'. :Magazine: I* not mine I -tntalile ( }iotnt partner with l Ak-zander Tlltou XF.lIEWI H OOLOM1 1 :UWf)l K'M mOnT:: :
but I I.. I understand .
a paraphrase
I _
I INassap ,
and together they s wneo a large of Correctly TO TMtK\: \I..otI\R' Inccstigate .ur new "H.-mc Addition"where lots lan
nriaafartaring ektahllshment la Tilt a silly song .years.. ago N Y. Jan Jl-The JewIsh .- '' ,- be had at flu: ) ea:h nn email monthly pirmtnt* >:;
quoted' la > follow, so I have
a. N H H. jiiUtar title of Colic i Colony 01 Sollkof Town was Ineocporated New York. Jan 13 VII arr niementa :
....1'1 came teem appointment ou the been told today The particular are complete for the holding KIVEKSIDK: still,, the br-t plate in ;Miami, Ii'

staff of the Governor of New Hamp Go to Jar. Glover. I objects of: the corporation were stated I of the benefit to Terry UcGovprn. :In |I fur, investing- in a lot. for a h"me <>i sltecuLh'tn.| I u.; a
t Tel he* 1 love' her: I to be "to engender good feeling | Madison Square Garden tonight I n-" before prices are again ad\ance i

shireMy .'d.-st Samuel D. Di the llgMt of the moon among the people owning lots to Of'I I The leading fighters In the East hate ': ;

11. fcer canted on ;a large businessn I will go to her canine and associate themselves aDd offered' their services gratatonsljr Exclusive Prices
Boston Mean.Regarding TIM various stories told by Me- i form a Jewish colony and to settle and as nearly at' seats In the moms- 'I

the allegation by Mc- Clure'i Magazine about my father i iI. ) upon, use: and occupy: certain land ter space are booked the promoter '

n.r.'* Magazine that all the family reading the road In front of his I II I known a* Vaa Noatrand farm." Over are sanguine that'' their effort will i' \Ve have the exclu"i\e al'lc11..r nrxrral ol the ;\

'excepting Albert died of cancer.: 1 I bony vlth tan-bark and straw, and alx hundred Jew Hare alreadysettled be crowned with ueces McGov- finest oranjrc! and j'j[>cfruit grove in the icnntr. .

will say that there was never a death about persons being hired rock oa the colony Workshops i I ern Is confined In a sanitarium In.1 Let as tell rou about themRiparian r,
la.., lather's family reported' by t me. 1 an ignorant of. : do I I I for aU kinds of trade are being ,) Stanford. Conn., and but little hope ."

.' I rthrsiciaa or poet mortem examination remember any aura staff a* Dr. built and store aDd a synagogue I.I entertained that he will ever recover -1

as caused by luincer I Patterson driving Into Praaklln N. have bees" opened. I his reason At present the f I Rights

McClure' Magaail says that 'the i1. with a couch or cradle for me I I -- plucky little fighter 1 I. absolutelypenniless I
quarrel between &1')'. a child tenjears Iia his wagon I only know that and his wife I In dependingon
I .*T PALM I1K.ICH I vVe can sell you some choice rner and- bar front f
the bounty of some friends who ,
old and her father,
1r a grayhaired BIT father and mother did everythink '
I sfwrsi. !% 4t low and oo t .rm*. Value -'II
forward her la the hourof
earn to help
of f.ncc.
man fifty frequentlr they could think of to help
Palm FU Jan it- The I need i < jJsp aiin }( will Dc."r hr a- lo. an{>_ '
the house In aa : and adds when Ill.
Uproar. I
me was
m'dwlnte championship tournamentof ___ I Its |I'ssj* w f' that tM111.* were dlajraoaed by I Will never ""' 1'11 to long a.d'
the National\ Traffic Golf
DT.add a* "''''" la mlng'ed' with ,lonely, wandt1nga especially at t
.. Association commenced here today I ; keep our own .:.arria;(c'' jnd aiitomot.tle. have
had temper night a* Mated' by McClure'a Mag- r
Conteotunta will qualify In fret and Washington Jan 23 --The Wash a arm ->r->* of *ae! -meo and it i" our pleasure t.iwVf.i .
M) m-Hher onto presented my axlne I...* always accompaniedby I' .. f
.Htlpffit'''- 4tJW
some responsible! Individual whet h
M ho'a medal' I play handicap on Michigan .11nl..rt.D\ President
children to Iml.teIDC.! When
I took an evening walk, but I seldom -
Jh* last day to which\ the finalists In
-' Jas. B Angell of the nnlversty at
do you ever Miry When "
angry took one I have always the tint t'dltlon.r Science and the match otay' events will not be a banquet at the Y M C A to- T1.tom & CO.the IrooBd flw :
that I
wa not a eligible. The entries are very large n'sht: iJth Street. <


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'i" '!'A-Splendid Program Is Prepared '! PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY .,,

HEIf For Miami's Motor Boat Carnivals rP :JWaNA DOES WONDERS .

JLt 'hh. dates lot be i tiding of ,b. 1 1.11 Irr exint It Is |'ropifrrt to '- sasasasasEsaSHsasasasasaszsasaszsesssasasasasasasHsasassas sasaasasaszsa

forced to M .inn water carnival of yaibt in..kt- the emit of the carnival and'
don nuuorboit and other races lure- a large number of ertrie are expected '

i. limit the !amount of your !innu r> 10 1 the flag to-flag race. I It I II proposed. to g \v cash !

Miami to Nititau. draw near Interest prices Jf such slie that

purchases Come to The in the same Increase and everyeffort I I men ho come here for r '

Empire Dry Goods Store l I' being made Ly be promotr caa make out of tourist Ib.arbl"1 r taw
t to make) the contest memorableIn I will not feel that they Y
+ r's.1
i the history of this cl(> and port. I 4iithing In trjlngor them and x 4t

It U proposed tu have a three the. winners 11'11IH'\ well\ paid for I .,

iCCC, < :o < ir-ihal. bog:nnlog on the *tb trouble i

M of rrbruar> and ending on the afernoon 1 I The amount 01 the prize In th"arvtral '

of he nth.on uhlch date the I'I contents have not been .

r fla;;-to-flag rare will be darted The tided upon though: the) will\ d..1 ><

;;:' following It a general outline of the i." IIrd..t a* follows:

crests .i prepared by Mr II. W i I IHrr rice: -Fral: and second!

f; Best goods and most Merrill and other member of the prima I I II

("jmmliue. hating the must In I Ijinuih race- Urtt and second' ;I
reasonable always -
: prices are
harire. though wane of the minor

r to be found at the details mabe Ightlv changed: I I Motor boat race of 20 mile classI I j

First day --& I'rig race for dories drat and .... ond prize I 1WA
Empire Dry Goods StoreDon't and iitboit over a three mile trtang Canoe r.arF'tr.ot and second prize ] _

ib r course Thane race* will I The lancer motor boats will\ race ]j

continue on the 'second and third for a prize consisting ( fa shield'

i dais and the bent two out of threeull1 land: coats of arm of the city of Ml!. .i ii .
in hi prize ami
,J P K ic'i of motor boat of the i the r\mm'lH' on arrangement!

'k fi.t\ mile chtxt. Mont of the boat have wwltite. assurance that several +

" : hut s'll' compote 1 In thin, cUs hire vern t racing: hoots will! be hereto

f >>.. I., t hunt h,t. and all are terjrf start In the flag-to-flag .tare '

ft ni h'' h will st:rt under the convoy ofa

allow yourself Canoe races with about ten ea. Ko\ernment "ur v"-,.vl I a* soon a*

to be influenced by oth- II ." the races h. re have been finished oras

rend day Sailing rate coo m><>n thereafivr at the weather

ers. If your money is .>d. will permitAll

Rare for launches under yachtsmen are urged to take an
, limited come to the Em- i I alsTalta ov T14g cooo sMamIgo, kaowTngAs.
forn JoetC active Interest In the races and to I II

pire'Dry Goods Store. ,'no= or rowing race I decorate. their bout with flags andstreemem taoxrmu AIXOTEBTHC coTmisr nxo rz-BC. i Third day-Silling race 'oatlD- The judges timers and
tied o'her oCc! als will De announced I CATARRH of the respiratory organs; Motfre.t Hor T. 1fIU. I ..l1rf..... the treatment 1 eoald trod .r

Sailing rue for working boat ailment In Canada for w. ioesl l1hrr.a a relief ,. several walk far a quarter of aa hoar without :

at lout two third of the year u.**LIV experiencing mack faUga, Vow 1 eaav t
1: caw.? Ml* i gooj ...k and we
I This eoadttioa I I. BO doubt h..... bythe walk a mil wily
,. G. A. McKinnon Reasons For aw rery t.hl / r
#.1 long, severs winter experienced la Shun W tIN Ooorf Stpk.r1WWa Throagh thee three bees w* dearr'
14. this part. of the to make known to the pablta the etc
elarrh ace fastens Itself

i Resignation From laterey Public Worksfrom Therefore, when Pernna wa 41eorered *- the *,.*..*.,i_< beoa aa obUaaU poa dt- BeleaeT of your remedy"
BpU&l8t.loIiD. of MC John.
f If other people charge by Canadian people lo be ft reliable ease to rdicaleA I

tt remedy' for these eaUrrhal disease *'.*...Ie itmmAf-.. that r**e...* r-r-:: t.\
A later Uttor
i' J you exorbitant prices, *, It at one became a popelar meritrln every tnlf'nalWW" of th* body-U aaab .
I Dally Metropolis Jan. XI other parties whose Interests *, not only 1 among Individuals and >lsta ainnily. lactitaVoa, rMd a* foUowct"T
remember we do not at be Is In d-ity bound to conserve.Continuing r*. weeks ago I wow to eel,
Although the public are aware of la families bat In tbs great pt&ala.wh..r. Pemna .. Jtvt sack a romody. It
I Mr McKinnon recttes yen lees ..1Ia/.,.". we ,MWVrvaa.
t the ,Empire Dry Goods he rgpation of )lr. George A. I U.was used M a preventative and earebe oat tN ease of the disease, / Wt rrco.a eW IT highly tor
that in the the rlty loItrests -
past ) s .
relief la hundred of ea*** and
healing treagtbealah mucousmembrane
i Store. i I McKtcnon from th.1 chairmanatitp and his own have sufferedIn coUtcomgln, catarrh tmm momrtlgtm.
The** Institution do not bita to *, and tba glnBg !f*tar aa "1 have need It myself a* a male with
mid rev, a rumba of the Board ofPublic proportion a* could not giveelt''er
t: \ give their endorsement of the remedy opportunity to perform kr part of the the bet remilu, takes a* directed' halts
: for
\\orKS he exact causes the attention It deserved and .
which. ha been 10 helpful the treatment restorative proee**. teupooarui half how\ ."
I'h.| -ne have. ov r Nn aanorno 'hat In the future. when the 1m
of their and Irk.Aaamig One of the many hospitals which Peraaa not
poor ( only promptly reltere
R <1 1 hevdev ,fed 110 a rommunti |irv"m.1\'a contemplated by the use '
tf. "I r on to UM It. K,Hum clerk of the bond money are started the thee Institution I* that of bar fDel..nuta of .Talo la trtlag coughs sad cold la their lest ctage.

I. f ,boo IDs rd 04 Pubic: Works, the citj Interests ojld have to sufferIn the'raof land Shepherd, who gar old sad otietlnat ea*** of catarrh. I* the but U equally prompt sad effleleat for

f.t.. '" ,e .i-liK read at: the meeting of a fTCJttr proportion were he to the-following en<]or *mnt iTbf Hospital at Jwba, who .rlta. a* catarrh diseases la the chronic *tag*.

I''h it body Monday e gbt und o'dered con'I nue a member of the Board of Prawns c-"." ,., I follow! Of course, U I. only reaacaanie to

j -:i read upon be minutes of the. Public Wo-ks. Columtmt, Ohio. "W'. are happy a. tell you that your nppoM that a great deal lees mdlci_

We guarantee greater ame I For hi* associate ) Prout Hawing .*Pena lor tIN pal few P.rnn> ha given m*aaU.f", >o. Three will be a en ary v> ear a slight attack

bargains than it is possi- la the cofniranicat Mr McKIn- and Leffler. Clerk Xcllunt. City At'Ilorney .._till, for ewe tick *W poor, wo are 1 patient. bT trtl It._ M year old of catarrh than would be required i.relieve
r ton, recite that his resignation wa* I Onutlt-r and when with happy to uy Dad H has gtvtm mi pMt Renonl DnpnU, allUded with catarrh I* the ailment after' II had been allowed

>\ ble to obtain elsewhere i sell ,-onfldet-ed to the Interests of 1 whom hrs official duties brought him tJat.ctlo& much rrll Td HMT thaa be ha ba to become ehroale.

the city and the Board of Public ''In (contact he speak In the highest Tao Stoten of Ute Good S". IW for number of year Directions toe taking. the remedy will
Goods I
at Empire Dry
I11'orks' ; that the same had been de- i term and thanks them for all assist AugmttnMJL MoatromLAfter I "A yoogglNt-Uyeen eM. hd.d be found oa each bottle, also la Dr.Hartmaa .

.. Store. sin d by hit family for several arn'e ere.. rendered Mm as chairman aeos'4naedn.eof' the remedy' obMlnun cough. wmiem haifa monk eIPww. ** book, sailed "The 111 of

nonth nan. but resulted mainly of the board He recite cer thl Institution hu found no reason V) .. u.DftI to Ja.ppwr. Llf*," which eta a obtained free )ou
from the tact that his bualnew uInt lain vork and done druggist for the asking.Forepsetallsatnetloa. k
I Improvement by .
I Its f the "A myself two bottle hT
I hup* good oplaion < rnmlyand ooaTlnrrd .
.1\1rscI" that he 111 he hoard if works and rle I' wnw lo itHsrlma.
h publ'c ,
.u i can < -
I I expresses It* tofelion ia fie fol l m* that Pcruaa U aiagaillcelitaa .. President of the Hwlataa
t: nf(.-d the time taken from It, eixHtal *. by exprei'ng the hope that the .
lowing term'i a tonle.ancwer Baaltarlam, Col am boa, Obkj.
E :t In view! of the fact that In communication !serve! the pur-

a ,hit: h i* .I I to the roll call. moat I NUTIO: Or HHrRllf, !SILK
tlncly to *a article In a T

:I number of Harper Weekly onomen In the Count) Court for Dade. Couatyj -

Instead of you sending I LONG DROUGHT HAS I II TOWN TOPICS I I '\\ In Politic by Mill and Florida
I !ttrongly advised thaw who had not 1 R PadgettFrederick

your money away for I '.cad It to do *o. I! "...

goods should pat DAMAGED THE ROAD Mrs Fal", of Boston and Mr*. Matthau
you I .
Craig of Phlladelph a. were timoag '' Notice I la b'r..hKI that under

} ronize the store which the club gnet Tn.wa* served I aad by virtue of an execntloa (rued

.1 AU Cottages At Camp Biscajae by Misses ellis. Lang and OlnerMr out of tbe County Court for Dade
is helping to make Miami Rev A L Fraier with his wife Frederlck'waa greeted moat I County Florida. In a caa** whereinI f

and aon Hume are visiting Mr .and Taken And Tents Spoke For- royally and her paper on What! the B. Padgett. I I. plaintiff and Frederick '
famous Buena Jan, J.
It Mr r
the most Vista -
Z Mrs. F. A Hume for the winter. I I club ha don for Womea" lltteaed'! Matthan. la defendant and

town on the East Coast. Nobel the welt known commlaaloB Mi Frailer I* a well known clergyman Rancen' Aulft xsaiy Celebration to wl'h great attention I wherein plaintiff recovered a Judgment -

merchant of Cincinnati who from Youngstown OKreritlade I la the sum of Three Handred
Mrs. J. 8. Frederick, president of
com"l Next So4.,. Fifty Dollars and the sum of $7 14
lo pend the winters every I the Woman Club of Miami, waif!
In Port cost herein ccred I have levied
the last six yean will arrive to- the guest of Mr. Kirk Maaroe over .
and will sell| for rash at the .
The npa I
palatial houseboat FtergladeCol Thursday and paid the Coroanat
night and take .p his *eadquartera I I court house door la the city of Mtsml .
R. M. Thompson, ha returned 'Grove Library a call on Frida and ,.
with his local agent. Ur I Dude county. Florida. oa Monday -
EmpireDRY from the lower coat and I I. again was greatly iBtereated )Irs. Frederick I
Cocoanut Grove, Jaa It-All the
the 4th day of Manh.D.. "I
ts ; Courley. at Buena \ Nta. Cbarl-l moored off the foot of 12th street I* working hard for the MiamiLibrary
i cottage at Camp Blacaya ant taken I I ile7. between e'even i-lock a. m.
rompaaled by hi* where *he will remain for several and hope la the near future
and two clock In. the following !
Mine Lillian Elmkk'ng t days before going off on another and tent spokes to secure a building for both tbe to wlt '.
dewnbed -
Mr. B. FutreU and family of Orlando crn'a! *. I.lnderborg and her ttrttrMr club and the Library I, property
north ml 2) one-half of the
Th* -
have rented the P /t.. *. French are at Camp Mr Dr Simmon paper' on San' I north inl -It on*.half of .the wet ."

k GOODS tim 'Ottaie and tbf'111 try LaO-I Yacht CIHIMH Here Mr Mnde-berg will Join OI..aY1l\\ Union In the Household read hf. -- :, iwl -_ > on-hlf of the southwest c

luck' farmingThe The yacht Como. owned by )lr. In a few .eek ),Ir. .,re the cub: on the 10th .a perfectly 1 I l .wl-41' quarter of seriion' 7 townh ,
starch bnlnea mutt be In a of Cat Bahamas. arMv Interesting and greatly: enjoy'M1. of 42 \
Halgh Kay also > r .3. south range east |Mss ..
hare arrived
nourishing condition For the lut' I family Ji Camp She wasted no time :to fancy'' .
ed In port several day ago The tb- north 171 feet if said aoclkml
two weeks a carload of compile root J : Btacayn. Mr. Gardner rlltb.r,1 I r-r'ting. but oiled thing by their ,
Como I I. a new yacht and take tne 20 ">re-half of the north nl 1 :1
has ben hipped from heie dully to piace of the Carlb formerly owned Mr. Taylor. and her friend. Miss' name. and the good that her paper; one, half of the west I w 1.2' '>ne-half I

STORE. Lake Htlen Fla. by )Ir. lUIgh. and a well known )Marsh are wtth: h*, i d,d will be lasting of he soilhwest. quarter of !.
The long and c )nt!njod dronghlnlsyed winter visitor to this poitTracks I Mr*. John OUtord entertained In I II Mm Frank ('Oiimh rr."ld"nl of fiono 7. all In the iiinti of Had

havoc with our roads and honor of her friend Mr Cra'i' :: on the Ijidlm XII Society of CCM'011"1 and -<'I\I.. of Flor da s'tnLJoing, IS ,
rropa. The road I* now pulverized; I Grove. of the club moat less
for F\1en lc n friday thl1 I wan one sores more or v
'I 327 Twelfth Street dust and almost Impassible. to bit Two car knds of small trucks for : "its t"orence I'. Haden ha room' I honored guest and Mr*. :MurxarrttaScott I John Frohnrk ;

ycle Thin road hat Just been repaired 'hauling; material In the constructionof at Madame Peacock this year her was the pr..ldf'al' ipnUltznp i She-iff of l It.,de counts "F", IdaViTKr e,
and its
with a heavy : .
v .
the F. E. C. Railway extensions beautiful home being for rent or t

condition The I la repairing much worse of the than road before at !'n keys kve arrived at the ter *ale. I I| Everyone.. drllxh'ed to see, M** :

: Mr. and Mr* FUnch. of SAW York Merrlrk and her mother )Ira Fink
mlnal dock and will be transported
J.nnh TS' SMM1TIO! \ |I 1 th time of the year when the dry ''In the County Judge Court Dirt\
there and set to .ork These trucks ,Ighohave been cruising on )Mr Mill- the meeting
mistake from I I Morda
% '. '' a..noa Is on wit a .rllOCl' yacht Linnet returned north I I.l I Mr*. Cant,,",'* response to the MIami county
ELE(1'$ W. r 1. and will\ .. .
3 he oM board of commissioner while ania are very strong Iin I re Estate of Elsar! >eth I M< reIV. .
the tilt Mr Flinch sue "i. lad e* was cone ..e. and vry '
board .'i:; do remain carry great toad*. on easedNotice
I It I What the new i a ack nun aDd foe back perfectly much to the .point One of the best tat .
to be .- n. Suimthtrg must ( Final D. bargePnbllc
to roll call given by I
well was
From Dally Metropolis. Jan l' tie done. one way or another W I A nnx..11IC I>cpt I II responses notice l I. hereby given rhat
I I Mr. and Mr. Pool and daDlbt..r"ht' Mrs Traslow of the Ilous.'keepriIChd .
F at the Miami know th.l the road are greatly The E. T. 11 011 lie Co.. milliners ant Ion the IIIh dire of July. A D l""1.
\ special meeting reminded that "th-
> ropy. n* eeare
av I I damaged by the heavy traff! !' of himIlwr I Dealer In dry good and notion arc expected. < : I the under*'gned will file his final' r' )
Merchants Association held yete.dai Mr, Chi--h li ur--'I'II: two classes of people one who
Fi will add to their establishment a' with the Honorable \ r It
of port \
mill Orange
art..rDooD I from the saw visit from her '.,II'r sun mot.. I' 1o something and the other .. ho i{ dset.
In the office of Mr 1sUare ,
b Miami The through rock \dreatnaking department, to open up conntv Judge of e'nn' i iI
Kid to
*: of N YCommodore 'In"lr. 1nol done
and Mrs. Cnhet: Troy why was someother
'' Cohen. )lr. W. F. Miller wa I l-ndlng to Miami ha* been used Ion the Aral of next month end to ,. Dr 'I Florida and ask for his. fins dltichsrge )
road [
.ti and she addedr ell
Mo a
( j war
e gave
} its lead Mr*. R. E. Turner .
other at all admlnbitrator it uld. *
e1: acted president of the As.a'iatton.or bv +h? teama one after the sailing party on the ihth to finis < r belonc-I .m her to be In the first t

the easalat year i and the) did their share In ru'nlag! 'I sonvlile.Entelialned for five .year with Cohena. In Jack I Key In his )'arMlflo.h class" 'ate John 9.w.ltAdministrator 1

+ It will t>e remembered some ten the same i )lr. Vincent Klip n"' father "H ro -- -

f days ago itt a called meeting: of the It .aa only three months ago that Her < I 111 that the TamPv "I'I l not d hi.. 1 1.\ Triangle W magic
.\ tloa Major John hemell wa lit* section han been vlMted by a March. South this ion I A doc fiiHl, In front of he MennBakery \ 1
1 Mrs. W. E. proprietrewi
e.ectedXto the office. but declined top destructive hurricane The damage. entertained her I, The Cocoanut O-oro nanll-r. wail SttBrday night frightened: Mr and Mr* Harry M MrfowB
March Villa,
; c-ept.\. for the reason. stated by done has been quickly repaired Oa', i I guest* on Tuesday with a mad de- 'hold' an anniveraarv m....I non tan- the baker, horw. which was MandIng lave moved Into their new home ooxth .

t him taatwaa too deeply Interested the tank of tbe grave >ard U atlll 'Hghtial card party. There were :' day. the :"lh at the Un .A"t to wn rn nearbr .rod It dashed off up .Ave street oti'k side Th. honmblrh 1
'. to take on the ground In a wrecked { ai'mlttwt m m. Is of stone Is one of the moot
s In private burl ness now lying nlae table and the evening hour ,: the girls will b@ sot I nue D at a rapid call collidlni with
upon himself. more duties publicly condrtlon What a beaut ful sightIt I paseed off swiftly for tbe player '(t ben and their fri...i.U are Invltid a bicycle and rtreet hack neat .IctureMiu In the city and another
and naked that the association spa Is for ourInt..r vIMtora. | Cocoanut Grove. Jan. Zt There cq'ililtion to the already large colmy -
I i! Rickety Ana' created no end of the fire department
Half a day'* work for a good man i thtb meeting on of One residence In that see-
t point or elect some one else This fan and Heart was the game The mill be no r"lIu'ar: : h-Mh trehlc'e. but with
will do the Job and lake- same out 24th. and an the toemhero IonlacM.
was done by the association yesterday prli winner were: First gentleman I I Thursday the ont injure to either animal I. Ixxh 1
afternoon and an excellent se of the way To the one who hascherge "i prise Mr H W. Smith of are requited to be present on i, of which were caught end contrived
Iectlo4 made the members tueletUng of the site of our beloveddelarled I National I.nll /by Day. the 3 ht. Mr
**s by
: 4n ora. Ind; Laile Mr H..rb..rtCole. by b-fltaud"ra. White: one of the "taramar" Rmke RaxUerTh
Mr Miller can take notice and see Grace Manloie lo rharge '
of Laplerre. MIch..a'tond prlxe.Mr .
: luxtriarv schooner yacht Sar-
+ The new president of the aocla i for hi III*<>111 .' Milton H. Foot of Pltufleld '\ The aeW cake ...'('11 was served i- I soar abmit th feet "long. and uwae<|

Ion l It a man of high Ideal In bnaness TltasTllle 1 Man ; ladle. Mae' Canler of New at the Club last Monday and ..blcbattrartf'd the reanlt\ a hair diinken man ron by Mr Ixxxnls. of Yew York Captain
clnh..11 as social. and a Ret anted from The consolation winnerswere no much attention was slayer "'
York 'tradlcted the fireman and !got a heeler ,Ia charge, 'bound from "
man who has step by a ep reachedup M' and Mn. F. T. Budge return )lr. Glen C. Frlssell of )II- cake filled with fresh tam I. punch In bin neck for the trouble.whteh 'Jacksonville\ to this port. has pat

nay beyond the foot of the ladder d hone Sunday from Tltnsvllle aDd amt, and Dr. Dney of Washing quat Jelly\ Iced and d. ratf'dlh ( floored Ito \fter arising the Into lltnirlUe with a broken r'idd' r 1 I

t..+ la the l...tloen orld Mi Miller .,h"r-point on the Indian river,, to-. la. )Irs March I II a royal ho*- candid knmqnits It was made bvMr I intruder began: following\ up the fireman the aceldeat occurring vhlle he
Is a Bins .-h_. word I I. as. good 'ti\.re th-v' went about Christmastime ,ten and her patron are often *. Ramon \reher and presented
the police varht InRepair.
hot was advised by v a< "Tiering Moql "
$ a. /I lovorament bold and one who to v'a't relatives tad friends. trrMed' to slml'ar! pleasant occasion by Mrs. R. S. Trolow I ,
and .
will be mad T
to to rhoul his. business at t J" 'IHlh a tI.
1' 4..1'\! -alk>aa. "II 'he made the trip each way li, en"cllty dnrtng the winter season )trs Furrard many frlendt were ,
x .. .. aDd eloire\ her again II b' '_Ie the drV No arrest we'eu I I. ? e .Ia. pro eeda o. her 1
e'lIk tF' t nri an *". '1.1' 'e Tit Dorothy. ben TWtor are here away from 1<> 'c h' d to r .
+ _.I "L..j4' had ,.k ;ict-IUnt time 'their own flre.*:& ... ltd club Dr Sltuiuu..a referred, IP ...dr 1'fI. .a stag' h t
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To Give More Draught( Guaranty (',0.. to Florence Scott Lib-
rt \.1 In order to Increase the boiler ; al. EARLY Y
r I draught of dredge No L a smokestack Release of mortgage F. M '

QcrsonnlMr J1rlV lJolc.t I r: erected thirty thirty-five Inches In feet diameter In length Is; being by atlsfartlon ol inn-ijjagc. First I, Guaranty trustee. to Co.Warranty .Miami Realty Loan .1|I IN COLORED TOWNFrom

L rI -- I :Natal I Rink to Miami: Realty! LoaD deed Frank Crego to !
Ida IIIk.'knier I
. < I 1 and 2. In block tl. Delray
City Attorney Gautler has tied ftjIlKfuitimi inoitKHKO: Dade |
n'xteen! tax liens against, that man) I Counts S"i liri i t'ii in L I.. DodK Commission: State of Florida tot I IGeorge Dally Metropolis Jan SS
I' et uxMnittngp O. Currle. commlnn'on! to the The one-story frame bulldng at
of ChUairo. Is a' )1 TragerV H Moore. of the F owners. agents etc. who have been, | '
Lutxk.i the made defendants In action la Ibocircuit ; .I..d] I I. I I. odtse sod I irrasiirtrthlp of Dade county 'corner of Avenue G tad (th 81.
ih. Oal.for th _*>n t: C In Fa-lo" has been on I'
JU'1 1 wile! was totally destroyed by fire at S S* J
I tu K II I L. tttMortgage : Satisfaction of Dade
sick 'hill the paat several! daa I court : : mortgag*; I I,
: d.ed.ttlamt H..lly loan this morning.; The origin)
.I B RobertKtt Key: >;POll U a''I prom-I I and Uuaraiitjr Co to S A Vanwagner.t County Sec'-lty Co to Frank BHardee 'u( the Are Is unknown and the building .
ht-mesa vI'r, In the etc) Vlr and Mr*. F .S Hulber :Musical Coiitrdy Co. Coming: I ( ,i' was practically consumed beforethe
len and sell I.n"'II'n poop' of Orand The John BMllt Musical Co I Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land i Bremen got the alarm an-l '
Murtc: 1;('. W G Coates PI ui: to were
:Ulks. Inca Adorns Is DO* cashter of R'I.teU.| Ml< h. are late arrivals In I will begin a week emjement beginning Dade County Security CoWortKSKp I Co to A. W Goodwin for 1200, able to reach It. .

the Ideal atorrMlsn the tit) to apt'nd the winter January 2H This company Jew Perry et ui to lot 15. block S2 south :Miami This was caused through a failureof
_____ I ,'omes h'ghly recommended aced carries 1 Dade County Security" Co. I Warranty deed J. W. Erlcksoa the telephone la headquarters

Kitty Roitero. of Hallandalepent I Bradley1* fertllliers are the beat I all first class artist Quit claim dwd F. E C Rjllmajr et ui to H H. Smith for 1109 I to ring In response to the alarm "
; Sundae and Monday In the clt) I Co to Florida Coast Line Canal lot 2. block IS In Erlckson's addition -j I and although the Bremen were aware
on a visit to frl nds i iMr For sale by J. E. Lummua, Miami f.oslPolnlf'r dog brown and Transportation C. I to Miami.Warranty I a Are was la progress by the blowingof

'answering to name 'Jack, 1'01'\\ Commluilon State of Florida 10'' deed Lawrence Tucker : various mh.stle thjy d.4 not

andlra. S; C Pike, of Vinnrapolis I Mrs Vandetetr. wife of the chief I,collar with brass knobs and no nameplate I II Elujrn S. Mora. to tx' notary pubic et ux: to Richard J. Tucker for 1200 know bee to go until some time
are stoppinj al )lr. OU engineer of the Ice 'ectory, who bas (I I Reward If returned to H. C Stuff at '.r,:> for four years from lot 5. of the snb-dlvlston of section: j liter. u was then too late for them s'
Sawlns teen very ill for some time, la now Hudge March 3.'arrsnty 21, tp 4i south range 43 east to reader any service other then protecting
I tnu,'h better and considered\ out of !I, I Jed Frank and Nets License, temporary Keens to practice adjacent property.which they

Mrs 0 .\ DouaUs. mho banUn InHiedliUe dacger I Haw.* tn Mark Hare Cosine McDuff to W J Raker! for $425. ,. tnedUlne from the State Board did successfully 4
.rlon,1\ III tor the past thr.... I A number of wooden buoys to be I south sixty feet of east half block of medical examiners to O. )Metes Eugene Porter. bicycle dealer aadrepilrrr s
seeks. Is able to nit up 10(11) I : hit Frank Mule. of Brooks used in marking the course over! t'I 9 t. IVlntjr DelAaaer. occupied th> birned building ,
count*. Georgia, hale arrived In the whl-h yacht will race In the approachlng I Warranty deed J W. Freaeh and Warranty deed Robert Harris et and suffered a considerable KM
Mr T G Honser left yesterday city with his wife, having disposedof water carnival to be held wife to Almod- Kitchen for $100, nx to Tropical Home IroproementCo to stork. etc The bmld'ag was valued -
o. a business trip 4o San Mateo. and lUll prol..rt In Georgia with the herr February Cth to *th. Inclusive I Iota 1. 2. :I. 4. 16. IT and 18.block for $S. lots 1 and J. block IS. at about U. Oft and was partially
il return tom..mnight I vice\ of Dade county his fu- have arrl.E'd.t the terminal! 101 Dc-k'1) Erlckson's addition to Miam I i iCornmlsolon tnsurd.The:
; heat from the ore !'
t.l was
tun' home. dock Mortgage; dd John 8 Study and Plate of Florida
Tb. home of Mrv and Mrs Hat \ )I sire to IHdo County' State Rank. A. Lee Mien, as commissioner of and In driving through the street ;
to to the other de of the burning
W. CHrk get -
.. Mortmcc 01..1. John
Ooi>.i,'an ot Homestead "U kli 1 and wife to O d" County State Bank one
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Monday bt the arttaial of tViiiK A sWwelL ase the Skinner Irrigation System! Coir.tnUnion. State of Florid to 4
I by Lummus I horses drawing the chemical engine.
Mor H 11. .:DIHV.IHind
Better and cheaper than shedding for gage: : deed.
send 1r1.! ) : : R.I. Will as commissioner of Dad
buy I was bU..I"r..1 al l>nut he left side. "of
ail_ to Hide County StateHank.
plneappes.: H. S. Pennock. Neptune. ronntrTruln'ng.
1 Yrs: J. 11 K Mullett has recot 1 in>' head snd driveMor .. W and Mr A. B Gardner ot ',' ,t. 'ed from a seriotis! lllne and Fla.Change I: MortsT 4-ed..ti 1 in (lodges(; and ..I ;() <. >rrhd a bl about the fare
)11..b''an. have arrived for tht eranor 1 1I to Ixmrr ItmmlHarold and I k
Is ground at a fern of her regular: In Hailing Dates husuand to D-dc Count State Bankarranty
sad aie'st their winter rtt I flat p-'o.ta to the err vil of the Bremen c
the e
l I IduIII'M. Mrs Mullet's mother! Is I Attention I* called to the changed I \\ deed Matilda 4. Mof Oorvr champion
den< I floor and three mile bicycle" record th- negro firemen did good
I set I visiting! ; her having come from the schedule of the P. & O. 8. ,,10110 X.G Ma'one for $1. 10 acresItn : ,s
--- six 27. SZ south, range holder of New York Slate who Is work In nrotertlng property adjacent -
Anti Harbor Michigan, some IS. Line steamer Miami plying between s : Mrv jennr: Ul4dleton and lltt'e I U u"t. |110. Miami. U training to lower the to he burning bu'ldtng!
seeka here and Nassau the ,
I ago same I I
.ho have been on
daughter Eulalie Satisfaction of mortKace. F. M record I from Palm Beach to Miami I
1 I becoming effective with the sailingon I .
I ., vil to Jacksonville. have land will his record de after
Don Miami Realty Loan attempt r
Vrt S. Gramllng Is having a next Monday. Jan. 2S. I to
rd 'IJ this city for the seasonMr r..rn-I : the automobile
Guaranty Co regatta paced by an
fine new pavement put down In frontof The Racket StoreIs
her residence on 11th street Shn 4lnnrtlmdes .Attract Attention Quit rl"l-i deed V J Yarborouth furnished by Prof Cavil of
and Mm H F. Tf'Tr.-l1and and wife to F. H Rand Jr. I the Hoy a I Pa'm Casino The wheel l4
cleaned of Inhabitants of the Ev-
of' Is ilso having; the yards A grdup
C 0 Terrell prominent people I Warranty deed M. O. L. Tlfft et ridden by Dorsey will be furnisherthrough
Atl,.ma, are visitors in the city forma put la shape for the spring* growthof I.f'.d.* consisting of two buckmfour Cal II to J. W. Erlckson for $1.ISO : the courtesy of Lotion a:
the lawn and flowera.1 and seven prpoose. all dress The Place
Indefinite 'ay. I! couth fifty feet lob 1t and 20 block I Richardson"
regulation: style of the Semtnolea _
I ".8 north, Miami I
x Mi and Mrs Charles Frisbee Honey to Iou raproTM property I were parading about the city I I Warranty deed Claude M. Rohlerta Death of Mrs. Burgess
W In the city again for the winter 0. 9 Amide, Ca+aasst Grove today and attracting much attention i -
arc and wife to John C. Ferns forIt50 Mr*. M. E. March last Monday received _
and will) occupy their home on Avense I from the tourists.If and other conalderatloi! lot 7. a letter from Dr. Dan'el )I. I

1 A and Twelfth street. The Royal I Palm dock BOW present block 10. Robbins, Graham I Chilllncworth Burgess, of New York containing ,:
are gnu to cut We wish to think the people of Mi- }
you pay goat
sine "* new ar-
a I retry scene ob-dlTlalon I the sad Intelligence, of the death of
the v cht and the good money for a machine. why aot I I anti sod Dade County for their generous S
Capt. John Roberts, of > rarcement of the entrance Warranty deed L. L. Gautler! and his wife on the 16th of December at
Red Feather, wed has been vu'te 'I Pit."nsbn of the dark have be-11 I ret the best. Other makes are rood husband to lens Frl'derlrhoa. part i their home In that city. Dr. and patronage during the past year
and especially during the holiday sea
rick for Ue |.aat Week or more U nfa.te. lying about which U some I hue w* claim for the STANDARD all I Iof lot 11. block F!. Miami Mrs Burgess were KIW.I..t the son.V e sold good aa reasonable a* !
abe to be up and bout again. !twenty or more pretty launches, all the food Qualities of others and many (Commission State of Florida to Royal Palm for several seasons and possible and we believe you pffrect-- ,
nee and neat In appearance. I additional ones If you really want I George, B. Baker! at Commissioner I many friends here extend theirsympathy rated it by giving .. all the pstronage
Mr Oscar T nklln has been the best machine mad, cat oa B* of D.d. "ollnly.C'omml".lon. to the stricken husband you could. This coming year we
engaged to sing ft the Sunday night i Something new' and original In the ur let a* call oa Joe and w* will tell State of Florida to will endeavor to do even better and

concert In H i Icy on. Hall next Sunday w...i of a souvenir U the practical about them. I Chat W. McPherson ai commissioner I It Is doubtful If any professionalman hope to have continuance of your

I --rlntton of Miami, composed bi : of Dad county. has made a more enviable record good will and pstronage. We sincerely E
Mix J/le Hinton a popular young ,I ttramer fiat \ trrlve Commission. Slate of Florida to for himself than has Dr. E. H. wish everyone Prosperity and *
Mr D McAllister, of Chicago.whospent and printed In artistic The stern hl'elf'd steamer Satllla.pairhosed commissioner ..adn..y. happiness. e iI
school<< min I IE. O. Tweedell ai i .\rrnr rang. the em'nent eye
last lesion in Miami baa returned t by> Ihe F. E. C. Railway i a
obtained at of
which Jacktontljlle _
I .tile. may of Dade county. {, sptrlallst
here for a May and I. reglstered Co from lhe'governmeat, arrived In
: disorders are
bookstores. MorlaaaA; M. Wlggntoo et II Chronic and nervous
at Halcyon Hall.Mr I port yesterday afternoon from Sa to John Frohork 1500 I overcome without drugs. Crow-eyes i HANDLERS' Of EVERYTHING fI
vannah la command of W. H.lltlDlry..after .
I you want fertilisers, commit J. K'Lummni. Warranty deed John A Wright; et are straightened without pain or I
Lee de Camp of Mason Mich, !' agent for tie old reliable : having been ea route ax to M D. Swlaher $1.COU. loll '''operation, The doctor will be here t
arrived here Monday and la BOW one the pact three weeks or more The
0, of Bobbins. Graham on his next professional visit Febjruary [
and 6. block %
..f the force of saleamea In Edward Bn SI.-y gooda.; s I Satllla was formerly a snag-boat and 15 Cbllllncworth Addition C and 7. and may be seen at <<
,j Hook Store i '-r used by the government In Savannah I Mortgage&: Miami; Realty Loan the Blsrayne Hotel :
j Tie following late arrivals are rer river and harbor She: came via .
Col J W Boyd, who went to ''tste-ed at the Minneapolis Hotel: the Inside route! and win take up a i '

Jacksonville the -Afst part of \last Mr. and Mrs F O. Hodall. Cleveland -(run along with the several other I) ,
week to attend the meeting of the ; Mr. and Mrs W D. Blackburn ''ktearners of the company between 'I

Grand lodge of Masons, 'lias returned .' Chicago: )lr. and Mrs. Taton I here and the extension operation t

home | ''Cleveland : J. E Eggen Rt Louis;; Iln| the keys.When I ; r
'! air. Harold Randall. Canada i
Mrs George Stonebousp. of Springfield "- I I I w* begs business a year I We Wish to Avoid the After |
0.. is expected: by )lr. aid 1! ""''b an eye for the artistic and and a half ago. tr* were told that
Mrs Glen C FrlSaeU with whom heaiiKfitl the popular clothier J. I we were too far out of the business
Mrs Stonebouse will spend a part Hut bar J Cheatham. has had a neat center to get much trade. A few
of the season I picket fence erected In the rear of might com but It would not pay
him Fourteenth street residence. Be- Ha* tilt business center shifted we* The Dullness
Dr E Armstrong the Eye Spec (ling painted white It m-([es a pnett or have wt so many friend that they Holiday j
ialist. pas his next professional risen I back ground for the handsome atom "'1110 oat of their way to trade Iand
to Miami oa February ( and 7. residence the gray oaks aDd the with us?
and may W* seen at the BlscsyneLi I green lawn decorated with rosea. There It some reason why oar
Hotel business 1* growing so fast Each v

Drier a c a. of aoO Jruka *eU..-, month It la so much larger than the

r : Connecticut Dr. and Mrs.mad Mr.A. L.and Smith lira ,W.. of I er shipped to you .y 1M kflaml Bott preceding a* where on It that come It I*from.a wonderto W* we have the goods to do it with and our stock I

W Barton. Fargo. N. D.. are lo- I Dot Wake Mft%, Utami, n*. ... know It I* not because of our personal
Bated at Mr. J. P. BawUIIe. ,for beauty because that would i will be kept up to its usual high standard

the aeaaoa. Racer EchI iu Oomwrimloned top a clock. It surely 1'111"be
The fist raring boat Edwina. owaed .- cause of oar winning way It be-I
M i Assistant "It. H. \\\aU. by Commodore McGraw of Pitta- be because of our winning price I of excellence and completeness

of the P O. Lie baa returned burg who brought her here last and qualities. What an array of
I from Jacksonville Where he went ,;spring has been reeommlaalonfd for winner we '19.. Alabaitlne. \
I the first of the week as a witness :'the season, and may take part In beaaUf; Devoe's Palat. the th'i I
[ before the United State grand Jury. ;I, the motor boat races the first of next able; Peninsular Stoves. the }
{ month though she will not go to Plymouth Rope the am e-et.1 In Gent's Furnishings t
[ Mr W. \. Howard. Immlgrat'onUk I I Palm Bench to enter the races there Studebaker aad Russet) Wagohl.ths
other\ this port. has gone to Jackr :- I !strongest; McCormick Mower tom ,
The We have an -to'dte stock of Stetson and other standard p
txtnvllle on business connected with result of Santa CI...' visits beat That I I. the reason we get the up

j the present session of the United .1 sometimes cornea a little late cw- 'trad*. Fair prices tad good codsMIIMI make of Hats, new and nobby styles. In Shies for mt'n v e .
I Stales Court being held there log to the delay In transportation HARDWARE CO.
I are sole agents for Sfet-w.n'n as fine as silk: and Keith's
Today Mrs Minnie Wrenn receiveda We Want Tear MOB<," ,
I Mr O. A Fawcett. Bret ass'stant handsome piano mahogany case,, fur and service '
P' Konqueler strong wear yet quit dressy.! .
I at the sub-tropical laboratory I* direct from the factory In Chicago I'

I now iesant'y located at the reslI ( sent *.s a present for Chlrstmas from 1 1I "
dente of Mr and Mrs. A. B. WesvI her .ephew and niece. Rev. and Mrs. .
I on Avenue C. J. F. Jacobs, of Clinton S. C. lira I SpecialI t

"IWremn Is a fine musician and Is happy -
I For Ladies and '
Dr P T Shed received this over the beautiful (gift.; I Children
I morning from Louisville a thoroughbred I For t Short Time

I bar Kentucky mare The anlI : For Rale I -- Pure Jersey bull Calf we are sole' agents for SOROSfS $3.50 and $4.00 add Carlisle -
mal' Is a beauty and stood the long (

I trip exceedingly well. leis from months very good old. I2S Tennessee was herd brought la Souvenir Post Cards for $2.50 to $3.50. We also carry these makes for mi-+ws

& T Katayaga of Tot 10. Japes I. I, dam. H. 8 Pen nock. Neptune Fla. For. children we carry Maloney than which there H no

Wf w business visitor In the city Mr.K.tAa I I better or drtssier shoe made. We have the celebrated
I j Is connected with the promotion Tina. n.n11" ComUg
I of the Japanese colony stI Hon. Russell A. Alsjer. former See'retary I 15'forZ5c'

Tarn MaI i of the of Alger-Sulllvan War. and senior lumber partner tyndl- Cravenette or rainproof overcoats, light but warm and dry. A good !>

Mr Dtn Hard e aid family bare rate. operating large saw mills at
I snored from the Frisbee house onI ('..ntary. Fla. with a party of friendsIs I assortment of comforts and blankets ranging in price 75 cents up.

1:11, street to their new borne on eiperted to arrive here within SMITHB.BOOKSTORE
I 5",ih street Mr H rd'e's sister I."fW'ldlDI Is the next few data aboard the Rasa Among them a pure Eiderdown quilt, beautiful satin cover for $7.50

I the winter at him home.I llin" pi- sure Tacht Glenda They ;
,,11II1'. .rtrm JarkM>nv1lle Sunday aid I "

The FEe. Railway Co. !'sI well probably stop here but a few I Ladies flannel wai+ts---pure wool ,,"i-t: .*. worth 1 110 to 2.00<) )

task building along a new the "'0 track gallon between water coast days before proceeding tf the west I \. to clone at 75 cents Flxnellette wists for :35c Ladie- ;

Sib end Tth streets. The frameworkfor -- 1 i skirts" in pretty plaid and ch- cks, oils Panama, Hiniifl- f
supporting! the tank Is of ste..t I Victors exclusively Wholesaleand
and Is Bearing conptotlon.m retail Metropolitan Talking I For GoodInvestment I Ictte kimonas. Wtx l sweaters and cacques for childr 'n.
(I I Machine Co. Jacksonville Fla. a

m J B Thompson and da.h-I'': Agenda; wanted >. Mrs Dr Thompson proaI
best people of Louisville Ky ., are HN Hook SrllmK Well I

expected to arrive h$re lomorow to Captain A P. (' moya. the veteran Or a home, the old reliable -
I speed the balance of fhe season wU. ,rnnrnsllst of St Petersburg and author Homeeeken W.M.BurdIne
Dr and Ira P. T. Skagg. .. of "Ue and Adventure IB 11 Agency, I 1
214 Avenue
I D between
South Florida Is a visitor In the ,
W_f, 1.11I". mak'aR y regm'ar professtonsl I(city Cant Canovat book treats I 2n1 and Third Streets, is

trip down the East Cosset mainly with life la the Everglade STRICTLY RELIABLE.
and will be la Miami February < and and the wars with the Indiana, behaving I
7 and will be at the Biscayne Hotel tak n a n active part IB the
Will also be la Daala Febra- early vtrngttes aga'nst the red mea. C. C. Carroll Twelfth Street -- Miami FI or: da.

err 0 Fort Landerdale Febmsrra1 > He reports good ale for Bin boot ,
D-lrsT February }a Dr E H coa the went roast and Is here to arrange

AnafOGl.. e I for Us sale IB this city Miami,Florida 1 4 ,4 :roc'ol.


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The Tfyundup VOGUE POINT. ,-

A n.. .... Par !ttdrr.t.tag .. Oldmnd "

r; 'B)' U'illic Vest A very clever rarlman....'.. confeitlon In 1 Now Honestly Young Man Would'nt You Wear a Better Suit of Clothes ',::1

late aivl chiffon .which la ltt mach "Z' .,
j i
Ilk. a bolero that It seems alniiwt Incorrect
Reformed football Looks to lie
to de* as Rough a Game as Lier \I shown. In the cat The foundation la If You ?

"Grand Stand" Placers, I of .- ru chiffon laid. In three folds andbni _
irne to blow the bust tenure ,
m.>t '* a From aIl induat"MI. I:.e I I'!' It. .rof ...1 1a ,
refnruml and I lad. I '
? fl..1" foitlnll. i 0 .i'< ilanep .a tlgixid ,. \ Had The :n
t n, old hu.a..11..111111 KHMH fie I bid
Duped to lie Tlie list. of ileuli. clue
\.-..r la br ua uieauii in..(,"i I ,"art ,"'" I I1a"rent 1gF'tFtp a
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of u.ih.v I. IwJI.i 11'

-.u i ( :" ., 'i ia Money

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Iremeiidou .lIn, of 0"1.i | "

We must confess Alfred Benjamin & Co clothing cost high money A little more than

} t you have been paying. but think of results. Perfect fitting, absolutely no end to the wear

r rIt 411 ing quality and will hold their shape Prte . . . . $20.00 and $25.00
1 1r u.i

It Lap I I I I al \ Alfred Benjamin & Co. white flannel trousers made especially; -to order for us Price $8.00 1 j'

a IIIf .

r, Its Time To Be Wearing ;..

i1VMe that new Straw bat i.

J } / In your buying think of such hats ..

{ as Knox & Townsend.Grace &Co I
y ? j. i. It

r, 1J.
ll L&'r HOLKJKtBEKTHArblffou cdiL."oJ. \
whir a Ur:Kht n>br..H> rrra I ratA yfj fs P 1
la 'r oTfT tintup of the armhole ,i
and from tie thrmotlfa over tbIKIM .
I Knox Bats . MJO to $5JO
lu front \ full shirring of the ...lOTa..LL. aann- lair IH -t on a strap under the '
Townund Grtce 6 Co. $1 Jl to $3JO
j comment Nt the angelic 1..III..r the anu that nNloetta the front and bark I Edwin Clapp's Fine Shoes r-- I-
Jl : mew paie, and I he |wil>li<" 'condemn of the dertba anti ct..... tile bolero. '
Genuine Puumu .311.01 to $2SJI
tory woke..ttiled., Tben be playF Ilke eft rt.-_ For dsess and evening wear. No
era procewled lu IIUI the uem rub** Into I ---- ,, iso
.r effect tad aun learned that there .were t _. r.. -.. shoe Is b tier made none wear i.\
T about plxttea different .ways l>) w hl. .h Wash halrbmidm In strung tepid well and the snap style and The largest line of white

I ."f maw pity* could lie formed end eiecated ,soda.., .water. lIMon Hoe well In clear Irish f are thtir strongest points. The Flag to t Flag Race"Miami canvas outing, tennis and e-
If ooudlttoon made them necesary water and plaor In the air out of
= golfing shoes for children
p. & aunllrnt to dry. ,
e Football'will never hr devoid or mass Add a *|>fric of soda wheat oooklnclirano Price $6.00, $7.00, $8.00 to Nassau will be one of the big events ladies and men in Miami.
,I plays co lofcg a. the plarera ran lumber or any rrm-tablc vblcb i seems
of the How about ---
season. a new yachting
.. dodo a coniart group the moment tb ton rt. and the nxtklng procma U quick
( 1 t tau I. put Cato pUrThere Plod Remember we sell the best that money cap yachting shoes, white duck trouserrs. etc Big line of men's fishing
Jt'} It little' more to I* MM JIl.t A little. Mid will counteract toe arid. can !bay; we want the world to know It. We have an.awfully big stock to select from. gloves just received at 25c
a. now (boat I.... new. ruin.. ..a R that tbe acare rotM'eniliig a "",,", mh""' anal .kM Miar: .'111 tie rpuulrvd to
fee the 111 after an on side kirk blllt .itMl<..i Zeta
abated 1;.rrrl...lkim...* that a .L>.Ied For <..lmnlne taint l. forr repainting
football n uallImtiiHU! toward tinoptMMliig amt..o IMIIXK of wida tome quart of
team or .b..-k from It. niHl the c(.M l l mater \ftrrmard nose off with
Iwcd-oli rolllnt." mi tia (MrticnUrplay ck-ar.o1.1. naliTIn The Anthony Romih
bmi Yet let UI.tM'l.11..1. II IIIXT owing nay" with cram of tartar Company
r happen, Hit, the oM are ammitt It rf allow. one tt.>H teaxtionnful of Mudat
f' ts eaareiue.banta fur anything two rotnidiiiK tranpnoufula of cream
of Inrinr for encti quart of flour
: : .1
t There Uiu-t b. n flaw in th. ltrartf bate .xhould, lie ptdTPtiaed and carefully
...f tbc bra.yaright' .flall..I,1',| ink' nH-anumf whenever It la used In
; for whkk" cam rW.rger and Iidtad.i l I cookini:. a* It U powerful. alkali
phi Jat'k O'Krlen meant to contend %'bi'li must I* used with discretion
Isk Tbe beira ..f (>ni> .:......1 I.i.niw-lli ,Ivner awl HO uracjA INTERESTING LECTUREAT
\ K.l ftialtb and lIall'...... ,.... "<\iaugrrons ..M a little ...,. when stewing a ,
l4'riMnlth," hair grounds for fowl to make the nVnb more tender
a prof..... BAPTIST CHURCH NMr.
New Dress Linens
r Karaoke and tin (*.r.. Pretty
"The Harlem. TnrWer ami Tin "I aui afraid I bare greatly'Interfered,
lorry Hill Rmwtrr rwrnllv I fought with my own practice said a celebrated : ,
UT' a six round boot In a :New "' areItaliate. <-e to man; of my' frleoda: At the lint
\ Jt .> What.. a name. BUJWST'Oner rniptomii of earache let the patient Dou Cuddy Interested Large Confre- /'
Lawns Swisses and batists
the lied m Ith the painful ear uppers fation In Sermon On PropheciesIn .;
In .. kyle we turn football moot .'old. thick towel and tuck Uaround ,
pla,.... fihx are ton |1.1| to follow the teat; lien with a teaapoon Old Testament As Carried Out I'
: drb-r. luring ftmi-th-r. trey .,.. tract fill the. ear with warm water Continua
Ij able nxfcllL cwt unto they tit out ont doing. ibU. .for flnera or twenty min Today..splendid Singing. first shipment of all the new 1907 Spring patit
the fo4ttb.y drop all thought of pre I tit... The water will fill the ear ortfloe THE
rJ vtooa l.lnvtrwtliHM and j.r<..-l In any and now. Oh er oa the teweL Afterwardturn have been received. Lawns. Swisses and
s entirely: arcunllim In tn>- ilktatni of over the the water mn oat c' jndcmvnt. aid HU the ear with warm lycerte Batists with the popular Coiodots and Flowers dainty I-
They thlak bat an iDdhhlual' playa and cotton Thl.1 be don ereryhour The evangelist, )fro Cuddy delivered ,
1, that pqto tb J.
the wit day !. far worv dmlrabl' I alnxwt Invariable car and baa saved Church and treated on the
tbai part trip*line la a Ivan pUj. I many catea of acute Inflammatton. Tb prophecies I. the Old Testament ai Goods, with the New Cross Bar mercerized effects. .;"
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.pt that flr ann onr lid\ apftarmtftorj water bouM he quite warm but not
.'" too hot' they are being carried out today In a
;li; Tb- M rvlkdfT.. .d and" lola; --- ---- the ruL-UC of the nations the growth .
.r* ar A Me bandtrap. to a ....... ** a l* fml ...*...... Peke. of socialism the rlalnf up of ftuw
h rate, aid they seldom Unt ronrr lhaat la these day .when the daeaamakanaternly doctrine teacher, etc. and what itmeant
two or three fainmTW refuse to allow tbe luxury of to the Christian to remain
l; *Bn>d ...ud" itlayrr naiull dress MM-ketn.. women '1'1I1' too often ,- Inn and the non-Christian to heed Some New White Something New in
wlada ttp hla rarwr br making *nmeV driven to carrying all their cabal the entreaties and warning contained
;..t l abJen ,In a .,...11 wrist or hand M fTheae In Chrlat'a teachings. t
r llfjle. bag may easily be snatched Caddy held hla conjugation spellbound -
from then at any moment, or they throughout the lone but dud Waists MadrasThey

....-., i ma} lie lust or dropped! In a crowd. revelations as they are proven by
..,. A. a HuliMltnte for one of these ban
the Bible H- had with him severalmaps
1 -t.1 a fair alaed packet which can be made of Fine in
'. wonunder and .i rap bearing the mark They are patterns ma-
the dreca akin l I. a moat neceaaary (which has been prjphecled mill |
fsti ,
and valuable Sheer Batists and lawns dras with
article Polka
'I' I upon the forehead during the I i islrns a dainty
Math a pocket upeclally useful at !'
I of the attend coming of Christ
hollila)' tlinem. rhea It may be adrla- all of which he explained In a niia-; and elaborately trimmed dot shading to a Spider

J"f It.rly.The brief church manner wat filled .with mem i I Ibera in Embroidery and Val Web effect for Waists.

-. not fortnnite and rlBltorvand. In baring thov heard who were this ;| Lace elbow or full length Shirtwaist Suits childrens

I Win re can obfkln a written cnprfrom (I
'i sleeve. The needle work dresses and
Kev (Cuddt I I mens shirts,

, Mr. Knrene n Romfh rendered is careful and neat tucks Soft Finish. New ,
''oa. of his 4|lndld nolo last night extra

t.t, Itable j alpn Is one..The of the Day: .bent Is Ended singer" Mr whith. Rnmfh hat and plaits add much to corded madras and silk T,

ever been heard In Miami H. Is bam
the beauty of these fine ginghams ir. handsome
).' In the Pre btterlan choir and a bna

i', soloist alvrri >. waists. Prices are from plaids and stripes. The

t : .\ al.. of March \IIU

The following late arrlrals at

t".. A Marchllla\ Roth and Miss Mr are and Eugenia Mrs George Roth.Boonrllle I $1.25 to $20.00 Best You Ever Saw j

.:..t ; rwrat. rtes. .ate 'e.'I1 eraan Inrt ; W M Goodlett and
.;I;:; ....UL ...lfe.. Mrs W hi. Moore Mina Ellae
spectacular error that more than off Moore. Nashtllle; Capt and Mrs.
' \. seta his" former leuenn Then helearaa (,JatUfS Pellett Kelley Inland 0 ; I 4
l that one hits the ground ....... t* carry. jewelry aid money' from Mr E. C Fox :and wife Isle of M
11" |' place te p.... without calling attentionto
f harder when falling from a lofty George Oi .
.\ height than from a lower notch ; the fact by displaying band bag or I
:, Fal" De Witt, the former Princeton I small dressing cases. i i Mrs Emma n Mallon and the ,,
t: raptaru. .... the onlygrand stand" UlMtratad to. one of inwe underskirt Mlsae Dorothy and Alberta are regllstered' I Burdine 6 QuartermanCorner
. player that I ever knew to get away pockets arranged to button securely I at the Halcyon Hall hotel fora
i with, the good Very few. people couldfotkow and mounted on strops of sfruog' wevhlnc. few. days. preparatory to takingup aI
&: his' eismpie and achieve, a like with a narrow waistband to be their abode on Mr*. Ma'lon extenslte .
s- _It. WILLIE WFT fastened. with n buckle round the plantation In the Allapat-
I w..... The pocket might be nude Inchanml tab Prairie This Is the liMit Ttslt
Jack aaw.rtbr,. leather or In strong lining of of the Mallon family In two years
..: : list, McIhwaU ts driving Jack Ax any kind, with or two Interior dlTMona and they are gladly back 12th Street ant Avenue C, Miami"ACT.
worthy, :1A4.: and Tracer, 2.1TVfnf tl to bold nets or sffTer, pone ortea. *>r helr many fi'-ndi In the social
.* tbr rttrsMUf drive. realm

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rf I.f"i iI 1 Professions 11 COUNTY 'IMomUCCfSSFUL'' i II It! kt-PIRLIC1IOTour' Seventh \Judleuniv -- q

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I-' t HISTORY I George U vs.Hells I i for O ,ore -..r'

Ell Weis

\TTEHo\: : V \: IK\\1N: ang,'me,,ts fo, .he pa I k iVr ,.." l* I t.. ,,," \ ....
Attu rnrr-At-Law' MANY TAKING T UP Tonne! repr.s..'" "'.. I II, nm-[ 1hr, I ... ""t i hit, nlil 1 :< ae -. 'Ir h'r Says Mr. George C. Floyd, Cent al U VV '. coi.tpwanaut tiled. in ae.vs

,I.j I Mcd'clne' | Ci, 01 Phi .ikiihtl.| ..II'I I I I... /0 ,Ii'i t. it In a .horl lime \ .talt.<1. .. "..- that Ella Weis. Be diftndjn "- t

a '' ,11.. "" u.d\ F aeiP tlsited! IVIrax for th' firM tun' this' and will' I 10 .i gnat b,'n. tit to Din Passenger Agent Of F. E. C. R 'y tberem named a n' a

",... '.. .. ..'. .or week and It-ft ,
.r. for the ,
a ei .tie*i iMr. I.i and h'l 1L. of dent fir
....j ... ,- ''''t w'MJ T'' I I... LIMIT HOMESTEADS S [ i stile| UM' thesi In An i the Mate of Florida and that ,
Ix>n*'He Interview On Ajsd
proniistil ti m irn 'si nods In the county.11'illia Progress her present residence Is unknown
etx MI4tLFLAf ; ta
I i again next season! l & Mnlllkln I hate built an I' Conditions Of East Coast. the aK'ant! : that she Is over the age a

+ H. J Sterling district stiwa'dfrom addition to their store which !Kites I I II of Ii i Yl'an.aod that there Is no oa*
L r.cHAfiR II
Homstead' Jan IS the Delray charge of tte: MF hem more room and they are doing I in this state upon whom legal service

y Jnnlu t Church.South. attended the meeting a large businessDEATH can bot made, It 1* therefore ordered
Mr T.
Igglnton Client
DENTIST. I of district stewards at Fort r thai said uon-resident deleudam I band tI <
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Sunday wjth his mother In Miami
,. lII'a.oo. InWuptC.e I Pierce oa the llth lu.t. returning I The east coast of Florida Is expi r- Is hereby required to appear to
J A Klmbrough conductor on hone Ante date He reports an adancem fencing the most successful season the bill I of comp,aiat filed In said ""I

1" i A....* (J.*.. Ifc* Stiret t Ihe r' F C Railway from Miamil < -nt on the cutlre east coast CLAIMS .OLD in its Matory All down' the line t el i I cause on or before Monday.the fourth i {

MIAMI.OAtr. FLOIRDAy Homestead has been changed district. A total Increase amount farmers and fruit growers are busy day of February. A D is.>> ;. otherwise t

,,' Mayport. much to the regret of hi.I I tag to 19 per cent over last fear. aDd evry newspaper' published frt < m Ih. allegations of said bill will (

F ATKI5SOR' many friends. Conductor Scale I All the churches will pay the presiding SETTLER OF STUART >t. Augustine to Key West tails 1111 I be taken as confessed by said defendant ..

has taken his IAC'e. elder 13 per cent of pastor'sealary I eat h Issue at vast Improvements III i I

ATTORNEY AT LAWI Judge; James T. Sander of the and general conference claims I un industrial way. I It Is further ordered that this order 1

.:.. _.CIO. pves w ......'...1.. sd Magic! City. wa down for a few day[ There of 2S! per cent of pastors salary In the winter the east coast of I U published once a week for ;".

*>' O eI TitM. I this week on business and pleasure < 14 an Increase of three pastor I Stuart Jan IK.Again death has Florida: I III the most bellghtfat spot eight lon\lO'\.ut'Ye\ weeks, la the Miami ,.1\

:t ..ton rWblK Is Mw.1 1II.:1I41.1. I I IO&M He ponltlvelv denies being the cause| on the district this year and a total \ lulled us. this lime taking one of in the nl'ed States and the truth I Metropolis. a newspaper published I la rl

Iof I the of quail s!nee his last of twenty-three chnrches for the pre- oldo said county and State ,
scarcity our settlers! Cait McNeil; : KIj.XI. FLORIDA I Ivlsit We retract the accusation and aiding; elder to' vUlt every three who came to Florida from NewFoundland tourists who come annually to | Miami. Fla.. this 2th day of No't'
( take the Judges word for It. mont about tw<'nty lean ase, enjoy the climate and the comfortsof vember, A. D. 1905. J1-

4: ENLOE Dentist | Mr Kenneth Cassldy of Lexington ; _anuary :2th! the prevld and spent mont of the time here :- the big hotels \ iCtCt t beal A. K. prrrbor, f-

; JILLESPIK ', Kv Is visiting hi* friend 1Ir.,1.II:1DI0l1 ''I lug elder will\ preach at.t Palm living alone In his last sickness |the Mr. Geo C. Clerk of the Circuit Court. : iS
Floyd. general fr.ICbt'
t orncz docaR: I \\ : He I I. very much please Beach and on the "evening of the was cared for by M* 1V. J Oy'r'1 L : of the Fionas .....t Coast R.II-1 W. I. Metcalf, By WI. Pope DC. it

..' A. al. twa... r M.OTTICF ed with this country and salubrious same day will preach at Jelr.r. who came from the same :NewFound' I Iwas Solicitor for romp:alaaal
t : whose office Is In St Angnstlpe. .
way ,
Te..i.) Rutli.f climate aid expects to locate per- holding quarterly meeting Monday and: town Tie cans of di-sth saa '
aas4Ug'axbelsrat\ swkvudYIAMI I ImanentlyMr morning bfore returning!: to \\ est Incurable throat disease of longstanding In Jirksonvlle: this week says '

;:' FLORIDA. I W T Hires and three son. I Palm Beach I f.the Jacksonville Metropolis. and he NOTICE TO CKEIHTORS ; #

: Mr. B.C Lents. tao sons and nephew Mrs Hicks Allen! has started 't" Mr. H. W. 8<>."" ,'s brother from ', ]is more enthusiastic. over the condl I ..

have all secured homesteads of I choral (club hail.? for Its object,dls. Lincoln. N'f-b.' Is here on a vUlt lions prevailing! along the east coast In Court of the County Jadg*.Stat* );

i H'". MAKTCM.1LO. ISO acres t'al'blbln\ the past Veek. CfSalon on merit of fferent' author Mr. and Mrs OallasVr and: young ''Mr Floyd Is one of the most efflc of Florida. Dade eouafy .

\\l .th and the peculiar trait and lent' transportation men In the South : In re Estat of Matilda ,1-
KOJnOpatA1a Many prospector are coming rn lady friend from Cal' >, HI are here ( A. Moffat :
majority are so well p'E>awd that thaarteristics of composers They fir the winter ''n their river front and In his official capacity. he maIn- i To all\ creditor. legatees. dlstrlba- :

;< sluwl Orrics: Yea Mesta Dspxt.414 ar 4 p. ..An. CHit they have deemed to remain 'I" also propose voice culture. one o' cottage; ,|.tains a deep Interest la the agricul-I; I tees and all persons paving claim

Mr Charley oorhees ha decidedto the features of the "lab The club I Mr. Andrew baa come back to his hurt' and Industrial conditions along or demand against saId estate: yr4

t *4 TUT.::: MIAMI I cast h's' lot here ha taken a I proposes to meet" a jekh at the beautiful winter home on the north t the ronte of the road II II I You and each of yon ,are hereby ,

t I homestead and settled down to. business homes of the several members side of the St. Lucle River I Those not ftmlllar with the notified and required to present a \1v;

------ I I He Is a welcome addition Mr and Mrs Jesse Green I-I MriThos Hogarth and her mother ':'atlon," said he cannot realize .ltll-1 claims and demands which you w"r

J Jogs a. TELDWCL, I Mr. Charles T. P'nmmer has made daughter formerly residents' of [)(, Mrs Wilson, toturt. tonight from I i 'marvelous prosperity of the either of you may have against the "J

CIVIL ENGINEER I arrangements to begin the erection ray are J'ett\ert\ : >d at the Chapman ]. Bowling Green 0 where they. spent and the opportunities offered estate of Matilda A. Moffat deca- } :

,,.J "of a nice two story cottage on his House. while )lr. Green goes; house the summer reitment The farmers and fruit ed. late of Dade county. Florida, to ; s

SURVEYOR. homestead Many other Improve- hunting Mr Green will plant eight Misses Fs te and Pauline Hull of I gro..em are progressive and the j the undersigned administratrix of : .

*1_n rwblw tot tM. ... ........ Putmlw4n I mPf.t* are going on and all are busy, acre In tomatoes oa the mucK land Jensen spent last Saturday and dun crops show the fertility of the soil said estate within two year from [1'
... TrarM.OCe I
Urt I
l .DJ.kWoc *
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_arlTtst r fnttnU, prosperous and happy north of f>lr.)'. which he secured I day as guest of Mrs Maney They i,and the Industry of the people In l j j'I 'the date hereof .

MIAMI. FLORIDA I Sunday afternoon Rev J. E. Walker frcm Boynton A: Parker lat year came to visa Evelyn kyle, t'i old I I Dade county the value of real estate I! Dated Miami Fla. :November It. .1'

er. of :Naranja will held services friend 1 has Incr \wed t. a most satisfactory A D. l&Ok

at the Redlands school house The Sunday school has 'e-elected I ;[
0 H. EICEMOIUj I Mr W J Kromo assistant construct 'Protracted I all the old oQcers and t<*vner The ,,, east coast The people of Florida are Administratrix of the estate of

!ng engineer of the F. E. CRallwav MeetingsHeld fol\'owing: officers are elected to ...n.1| < onientej. and are seemingly workIng Matilda A. Moffat, deceased J

REAL ESTATE. was up Tuesday from thelextensioa tlx: months In the C. F Society : i I | In onr accord for the upbuilding' '

'OINT PI.R'N' CRANT'.AND CoII.A'" j In the Interest of his extenfl At lemon CityLemon President Mr 11. W Richards. I!'of, the State:' I II j j'l U:
!faoTART M.BLICSTATK I tv. mange grote Vice President. Mrs A. T. Hoarth !'
Floyd his
AT a iN! I- Mr expressed pleasure --
Mr Fred Kosel of Hempstead. .
I Fat publication of the fact that the I f
MIAMI FLORID UI. I. has arrived to spend the winter Secretary. )lr. Walter KlUhlng |'I 'i the Circuit Court. Seventh Ju '. .
'East : cOD..lder"'l
Coast Ralway was (
His wife and children had preceded City. Jan 21Beginningwith Trt'I"ur..rfr.: Stanley Kitrblng;. dicial Circuit, Dade County, Florida, :l
--- -- Ian I exception to the rule In the
( m.t'l I
I him a few week r tonight there will be protracted The various commlttees hive been (In chancery '
I | I I I (ter of shorts,:* of cars and freight: I 'l!
H. P. BRANNING. Mr F M Spencer I* one of the meetings; fur ac Indefinite time, Appointed. The president recommended ; Etiphemla Flnlrent va Ales Fla- ..
most IO'I.ntill! gardener In the State I at the Methodist church All arecordially : aggressive work In the comlnc local I| congestion He was proud of th*| ,. (cent '1'4It

Attanq aj tsuitlarfrsaw. and baa of the prettiest ."'rdE'n. invited attend. Rev. emarxs mide by leading citizens of
one to option campiIgn i ; appearing by affidavit appended i"
.! AtHafln I* c..J.. Mom : In this section. \he ha* kohl rabl, radIshe I ),Ir. Cecil\ will\ lead the meeting, I The society still <'al'1 out large' lacksonvllle at a recent (board of : ,to the bill In the above stated cans a.

Dade Csat Stale Bak *' lettuce. cabbage tomatoes sisted by he home pastor as-I II audiences every Sunday nlgM j trade t meeting concerning Mr Psr-I:, that Alex Flnlcent the defendant .

Ut. egg plant mustard, turnips. Blocker rot and his able management of af ': ]herein named Is of the State of

Wet Palm Beach :: Florida (,cuiDtnoers and corn ....d., which-his I Mr*. W I. Peters mother aster' I fairs 1 11i Florida has been absent for more

family and neighbor: are feasting and brother are visiting' her this NORTHERN VISITORS i, )lr. Floyd has served the Eastl ,than sixty l days and concealed himself I

on. I ,ack They come from Jacksonville Coast( Railway for m..ny years and I HO hat service cannot be had '
SAKDIb I Mr H !s\ "Scott and H. Me er* and expect to slay a month or :: 'be s loral to the company His ,over the age of twenty-one years
JAMU are bulginess visitors In Miami this mure i 'I: t pOllu1"rlty has often caused his |It i U I therefore ordered that said nonlesijent : .

ATTORNEY AND week The U4le Missionary Society. of I I ENJOYED mmI friends to solicit him to run for po- : defendant be and he Is here- J;J..

COUNSELOR AT LAW Mr. Thom Bre.ei has returned I the Baptist Church held their monthly )itl<'al office bill he prefer to hold I I Ii M required to appear to the hill nt )

'j I from Fort Pierce and other points meeting wt FrIday afternoon ', ;i his present position. which he fills ,complaint ft'>>d In said cause on or
I .
.......- u4 BM rare Lew Asset loOmrss 1 11'
P\4e1ttf add DelIt c....Mkdeon. 114 with a fine lot of hogs which h<. la i All ladle are invited to come and : I""o Hfactorlly. I to the company and I ..-for.' :Monday the 4th day of r brn'art i-

n wvso. s i.oti. Lurk *..II having butchered and furnish:ng; the become member I I; Vincent Rosemon Eeq of ;New !""bl' t"op'e. !' ; \ D. 1907 otherwise the allegations '

MIAMI. FI-ORIDA. I pubic hE'rf'lh\ fresh pork once a I The Lone Star Club will give a i York and Prof. L. T. Townsend t' of said bill will be taken a* p W.t

week I dance at Filer packing house Friday of Boston>> who have been In Miami I \ JamacUn Lady Speaks Highly otCtuininerUiB's 'contested by aid defendant ,1-.;:

Attorney S J Murden and a large night. I II I I for a week or two, made a trip to I II Cowgh flrmrdy '! It is further ordered that this order ....,.

W. C. MAYNARD; I party from Lake county have arrived Little Pearl DesRocher wa a vl.- Soldle JCey one day that week re-J i be published once a week for ./>
Michael Hart.wife of the
to reside on their homesteads. I Itor at the home of her slsteiMrs.. Imalning'two day* They are Mrs aspslerlnteodent four consecutive weeks la the Miami .

The work done on the public road Frank Zamwalt from Tuesday till 1 ,: laalle ta their account of tDtbU"1 of Cart Service at Kingston Metropolis, a newspaper published ;ij(:
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by the resident have greatly Improved I Friday saw and enjoyed They were informed I Jamaica West Indian Island, In said county and state ,.1[

them. Thursday of each I On next Saturday, both evening[ 1 1|I before they started for Soldier I( says that she baa for some years This 3rd day of January 117

week ha been decided on for all to and night there will be a 1'11. of t Key that the club house, owing' ned Chamberlains Cough Remedy Z. T. MBRRITT j'f

help la the good cans apron cakes. pie. candle. crack-I I to the havoc of the tempest In Oar I I lor cough, croup ADd whooping Clerk Circuit Court

JEWELER AKOl OPTICIAN. A very enjoyable .abfrootlpU..a ,.era and Ice cream, The sale 11'1111I. ( toter wa* hardly I In condition for cough. and has has found It confidence very beneficial In-i R. R. Taylor solicitor for otxnplalnanL 4e C

dance wa given last rhnrsday night; b* given by the Ladle Aid Societyof the I reception of guests out nevertheless She Implicit

Perfect fitting, east wearlaf rlaaa at the home of )lr. and Mrs D. I. the Baptist Caircn The pro- they found a hearty welcome i It and would not be without a bottle INOTItr :
are a great eomfort., With our *ite of It In her home. Sold by Biscayne
Roberts all bad a delightful Urn. coeds to (o for new seat All are and excellent accommodations, the ;
sire avparatas and 'large eipeneoosbru II cordially Invited to attend service being exceptionally\ good Drug Company and all dncgt.ta."OlArM IJCGAL: vanes: kw
up wo eves wort. Prier not
Mr* Mamie Russell aad two children On the morning ->f the second day i
wooabl. W. repair;Wateb-, Clock I \\ CLI'BDecides I
Jewerly and tUpeetaal**. A portion oI are here on a visit to her mother I they went to the reef with Captain In the Circuit Court Seventh Ju :f.

*>'W trade asked foci Located es Asa DELRAY ENJOYINGITS Mrs. JM. Robert*. W. H. Waite who know thoroughly I ; : ;; dicial Circuit Dade County. Florida,
r. doe D betwsen lit It... 1Mb St*. Mrs. Ji. B. Peadletoa took her every fathom of those water to lmnxporatelrenwiag In chancery \ 1(,

W. C. MAYNARD, little Infant daughter to Miami last William Dletsch the manager of the Meellag HeM Yesterday T. )I. Jones vs. Mosell D. Jones i-,

4 Wednesday to hat*;:IU picture taken I club who has wrought marvel 'n It appearing by affidavit '
Jes.Mraad *ad.w o.cietUtnm USUAL THRIFTDelray I From Dally Metropolis. Jan. 22 appendedto 1(
Mrs. Rolf baa gone to Gainesville renovating the wrecked building bill died la the above stated cause .;<.:
The Wom.n' Clnb held an Interesting -
where she will remain with her hatband .went, with the* gentlemen but his that he I I. attorney for complainant \

t Prof Role, whose work; keep. I|I dntle* at the club necesltated only a meeting ysterday afternoon at aid that Mos ll* D Jones la the defendant -h-
I the Manse. and among other Import
j him there. I brief stay at the fishing grounds' I therein named I I. a
Jan It-A lecture entitled i'I ant matters to come up was a plan aoll"I'Z;,
E. has la one
Mr J. Pendltton a la about two hour they landed l i dent of the State of Florida
aad I Ie
1* Life Worth Living by B. to Incorporate the club In order that i:'I
PATENTS new stock of dry coo<<.. about one hundred and fifty pounds a res) lett of Savautuh.
: Georgia
F l F Wood.u given In the new ball I iof ( its affairs may have a more ."blltanI ",1',
fish consisting of blic. over the of
age twenty-one years,
Tuesday evening; Th attendance Ul I I basis
[ French margate. red lira"..., and I i It is therefore ordered that said ;1
| A wa not what wa anticipated aad :asa i It was announced that on Thanday
fMso.tww t esxw s nutton fish Some of the fish hookedwere nnD.r..ld..III defendant be sad I la '' !l
e..k.1. money maker was a disappointment Canal to Dania Is | of this week a ..p.lIlnc't' will .
r M why Parr. east. raw. I so large that lines were partedand hereby r -quired to appear u> the ,J.
a'.>Arr lw All COUN1RIFR, Many of the people are now be given for the benefit of the IIbr.-1 i -
i dri..r iner.a M', rikv, busy clearing and planting anti tusking hooks broken In the roll call bill of complaint died In said cause
: i' n response to quatatioas |'
I ;
aP.r..d.A,.rYser, Nearing ] Capt. Walte s son. Charles, one .f 'on or before Monday the fib day of +
available moment of eminent givenThe
every count Completion iI men were '
heal MMgrard/+se4 s l+dddy the crew. hooked L good: sired! snapper rebruao' A I) l 1'0. otherwise the
/ wew.wwr Dr J R. Cason J;., ha curedall I meeting of the HousekeepersClob '
alai sera a av.. erase era pave se.wseuruevo and drawing him near be sur :allegations of said bill will be takes J.
the fever victim at Tamale. the of Cocoanul Grove and whicha
e. 0. l I 11'11'' las confessed by said defendant
face. It wa seen that the fish "I .J.
few lemalnlng case at Delray are I party of seventeen of the MiamiClub .
Dante, Jan. Everyone In l.ln of It U further ordered that ..
the Jaws a large Jewflsh, who dis- this order -
by the danger point and airs prom- attended last week. was ,
around Dania will about finish plant dropped his prey when be saw he andthat | be published once a week' lor .
GA-SNOW toe of rapid recovery cured In most flattering terms
Ing tomatoes this week was himself In danger: of being .I four consecutive weeks In the Mb-ral\ t
) The aw lighter wIU b* readyto club praised highly: "
launch In a* few days. Tla.1lI There ate a few beans. tomatoes'. I drawn from his natUj element. Announcement of the spelling bee ,! Metropolis. a newspaper published la ,::J.
plants being i sh n- Charlie landed the bO"'E. I said County and State
egg snapper "
be the best lighter Dalra,. has over ;.nDpeo'r I 11'11appear\ later
pod from and raging I i This Incident naturally occasioned I' This January Id. 1)0 "".
I had and will fill a long felt want. '
ae.aa 7..JaN. H.... A large dredge Is on a sand bar at good price I 'tome excitement among the! guest Tae Grip Z. T MERRITT, '
The canal to Dania will be coin and whole
crew The trip wa a
the foot "f Atlantic Arena and may Clerk Circuit Court '
I pleted la about two weeks: ana several thoroughly enjoyable one 1 la every Betoro we can sympathize with I ',t.
have to do some digging to enableIt R R Taylor solicitor for cornJ
suffered !
others must have ourselves -
of odr cltlsen will have their we
It proceed south Th*; dredge launche ready so they can go to the I way ;No one can realize the suffering -( plainant .f
Is evidently to the extension
urrWo* work We would like to have It i Beach without driving DEATH OP A STRINGER : attendant upon an attack 01 ....

i )lr. Ed King U itlll working!: on the grip unless he has had the act : FOR PrilLICITlOXpepartmei" 'j

sidetracked np the Hlllsboroogb. river the artesian well bat hasn .truck From Dally Metropolis Jan. 22 nal experience There I Is probably i| 't
and finish the the railroad!
set' a flow yet. bat we all are la hope About 4 o'clock yesterday. afternoon no disease that causes so much phys, 'i
started two ,..1'1I ago, so of tae Interiorl.und .
company :
e be will In the next few day Officer D. 11. Griffin found a 'cal and mental agony or which sot' ;
: : that the land that wa then sold on I defies medical ..Id.1.llanei offket Galnesvl Fla. 1
Mr. C. R. Coleman foreman of maa on the corner 01( Sixth street .IIM..ful'y *
of the could January 190/ .
MOST MAOAZMI the strength drainage r'
# the crew blasting the right of way and Avenue D Ir t precarious phrsl-I: : i from the grip however may '
:\ I. '
| <>tie hereby
t IN TIt wOlt\ be used This matter In the near given ( nlon'lU
for the canal will finish work this i cal condition Making: the sufferersa 'e avoided by the prompt nt. of I Koaz of C'
for[ this future may be brought directly be- Homestead Fla h**
C Ask your new* <&ler superb week comfortable as possible. the offl (ChamUrlaint Cough Remedy
t haodle fore Mr Flagler for action The 1 filed not re of his Intentlim to make
nmgaane. If b< does not it Mr. Lewi, representing th" firm I cer telephoned to DrGramlmg, stating Among; the tens of thousand alto r.IIn..1
h ad address with .. fsrmeis that have bought and paid f fivA-ycar proof ,n support fhli
k end n* name wf |
r I nd this remed ,
: have not
of A commission one case
Smith Coyne, merchant the condition of the man, and "
,. name and addm an4, loc. for sample tor the land In question feel an injustice ( rial MI. Fir Homestead ;ntr' ..
I thl has
*. Is getting dally shlpmetn after medicine! was received has ever reported reultrd '
copy Regular mo* ac. Mentwa 1 ha been done them which soon : So 3i'.""11 made .tune t 19no r..,
and return < In pneumonia or that has notwavered
making good Is ,
shoot -
; The unknown
man, name vet "
this paper. I i would not be allowed If the same I(the S 1 of SW 1 1.1 \F I 1"f SVI
who has been In bed For sale hy all druggists
"s+' BUT P bllabl t CBBMJTNrw .am* direct In the right light beforeMr Mr Morrt. I was apparenslv suffering : }I 1-4 'I'dW:' 1 4 of S E I 1- :yertn's" !f
sick for the past five week was from heart disease. and at 5:5: ind Biscayne Drug Co ,
e W.A zat esa.t Tart O'F Flagler i.I 1 I 13: T"'Rhlp ;c; ion. h. Rang .t! *
I i. able to spend the day In Miami. We clock died ,(
There will be a meeting of the ; 'I F: and 1 thai said proof y lll heman.. :
all are glad to see him up again: '1 The body was laken to the undertaking NOTICETake 1 before ..InoI Helllr, Toped it
H '
1 O. O. F. Saturday evening at: "s
The railroad company has about parlors of H. M Klngwh.r notice tb.11 will present the I .,
:I':' odor It, to make final arraage- (rom I. over rf' Miami t'la mi Fehruary -
RI.ran 200 men here rock ballasting!: the It still remains In an endeavor tn application! of farT Moxeak for a I, :5 UO
: menU for appl)Inc for a charter A :kv
road which make Dania quite lively ascertain the of deceased. and I
the pardon-'
name pardon on rehearing to He names 'the aruwsng,
t'b pie of Chamber tiri Stomach and good aftndance la expected witnesses .
: the address of hi. lug board on the first Thursday of ..
I his ,, ;
|to continuous r"'d.
I Uver Tablet Tk'Re tablet are Mr. P. C. Milton ta moving his ) prove -i 'eon -
; I Capt. O W. Bush has arrived York Deceased b.d'pn an employee thereafter I I'may
January or as soon as ,
( and ultlva'ion of the I I.nd _
far superior tt' plUs bdng easier family this week to Seminole City rte'
from Georgia where he pert a few i of the railroad hut fce heard The : I
eitensloji applicant
to take and mor pltsnakt In for the crop season )lr. Geo Thorn- C W Hill. of Narnn,: Fl. J. x
day and wa recently married H'was on account of ill health, has been convicted of murder at the fall term
efff't't'I' j S iiwello of :Narinja' Fla r \ +
They t'OrrfICJ dl larders of the ton also Mr Wesley Thornton have .
accompanied by his wife and forced to leave the .orlMtJnrtR" of the clrcnlt court for Dade :
l lFlorida Goasman of rU D )
ark liver and | web For byBiscayne taken their families to the same ranja t.
i; both are bow stopping at the NewWebb llevser. who was present at the timeof 18n.
Uoher 1 uf Homfa'esd Fl.
all druggist: amCompany aka! Drag I place There I. promise of severalothers 1 ;
HotelThe ,
f I. death deemed an Inquest unnoressary William C Holgx. | Hcor o rhubh

1I also moving sad making art. rock road that 1s being built ,, I Alto, n> } fjr |'e+jtiou, ,'r I P"cg'ster. J

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tt ..r the owner. to return all prop
re*' and personal on blank Interest In The Trial Extending From One End Of The f

I ti" 4 !t. h.+t purpose b> the as-I .
Receiving Assessments Cf h.... ,..a ks will be sent b)' ; Country To The Other-Brief Life History Of Foremost I --- ,
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n I ",p:'''' rfitts. s h', fall to I II r
Realty And Persoaalt, '",, lb a....-s!oi on receipt of p' stt Actors In This Interesting Tragedy. I I

-t 'n pi I h twten the first day <>f ,
,* th. first of -- I
J.1I1.1.i \ an fiat April| i

a a I \II MI' h |la'IIMII or i
rt Sea Yo k. Jan 13-: Tin trial of niiinK the |pistol shots rang!: oat Ihe ;
'I.I .t, ,,' fall to return Ihelr 2000 Pairs Ladies New 1907
\Ham K n .
,' "' :!!>. s 'alert an r lined' .
FOR Tit E mm m \\'blt.h. n.>!. arihuti .b.h a. ,lor* upon the stage were terror
'.I I "> +' >' Is miu andedv I
;to .:_ .. ::i 'I tukneunlegal I organ Lr' today ii !liMik. .ken men and women In 'the audienc 1 .
of the moat tauioi In the I I ** dropped their glaaiwj .
,. of the one eases | | upon
I" 1 duly
11"1 criminal hietoty, of Sea Turk MuThe 'h.. tables before them In tbeitlllneiu ,
the record
"o vain ne >
,10 t fur tb' purpose of ,.....rt"ID.1 pronilnvn* of I th.. Than family a man was beard to say ,
lsocially. he wealth if hU l"r.'ntll.1 "You ruined ni life. d and
Starts At West Palm Beach Febru. i 1'1 i. tl ow uer hlpof real estate In I > you OxfordsSlippers :
orl i hat he ma aaaess the pro|>- I:Ilhe rlmmaUnc st.rroundirg ib. I' now I'\t got )011" I

ary 2 And Ends Tour At Miami erta I.' legal; owner; bui It Is held fount man'. mrrrlHpe to Evelyn, Stanfordhlte lay dead at the

the dun of evw) property o.nE'r. ifIxKsIb I S..ihlt. the artists model I and rho- : table l w here he bad been sittingHarry ;
March 1-Law RtUtire To Making 'e to meet the assessor at the II i rua girl and the spectacular srrntID Thaw. In evening dress, stood i

Tax Asseumentt.e appointed place and time. or at his the midst of b'h! h,' fired the ,!with a smoking pl-tol In his 4

offl e In the court house in Miami (i I, bullet Into the breast of the man His wife who had teen him'I'
..ho h.- chimed had betrayed hit i
and return his property I fatal shot was led screaming
wife. al: trod to attract an Interest i the spot and Thaw was arrwt .
\\'() UX'4 CL11I I to the trial extending from one end I I led I' He made no attempt to ee-|

On February 2{: County Tax A I lot, the country to the other I cape.White I

a slur George ,,0. Ltutkr will begin mldee to Inoirporaff .'or. long time an effort baa been was vlce-pre, dent of the ;

his canvas of the county for the pur 1..1..1( made to hare :young Thaw rely upon Madison Square Garden Company i
Held \
pure of receiVing assessments of Meeting a defense' of emotional InsanttV" ;and was the architect of that famous

c runts taxes. tnt, and Mrsonal rf'1 I I {'but tie steadfast 1 bar d'CIID..d' to ,structure In whose tower he has alwata '
from !>oil Metropolis Jan. 22:
the year ISO". and bn set his ap I > II I give his assent to any such plan maintained a studio It was .
polntmenia as follows I The Woman Club held an Inter and In hla determination not to :In this tower thai Thaw had charged "

Fb :2 to 4-tt...t Palm Beach eating: Keeling; terday afternoon at I II agree to hide behind a cloak of In j 1 I time and time again, since his arrest I
t'OuDr'l rMmber |the Manse, and imong e.I Important I sanity the canoe .hkh be Impatiently I that \\hlte entertained young womIen |
'I matters to come up a plan kiwerU to be just he has at onetime I' at the gayest of partle; Thaw |
f' b. 6-Stuurt; Parks store I Ito I,' Incorporate the club In order that I and another since hla Imprla ,aid he bad frequently complained
y..bHob..- Bound S'OQJM".IFf'b. '
; Ita affair may have a more oament dismissed several of tbe lawyers !'of these stnd'o parties to the Socic- Sandals.

Store I I, lIa I b..ll. IUbIltaD'I'I engaged to help ''n hla defense j qty for the Prevention of Vice and Its I
'7- =kptnae Mllb-r I I i
store It was announced that on among them a former' Governor of Chas: bone stated oa authority hat'I i.
F..b.LaDlall'. Lyroan store.Feb. day of this week a spelling 'the State of New York ,this society had made several Invee-1
t Boynton be given for the benefit of the library legation prior to the Roof Garden
o.uch..rty'.1 I The player la this f'JltraordID.n11r.Ilf'd |
t, 1I0re. I In response to the roll call quo- I Of real lit. are each of them tragedy I
Feb 11- Delraf; Hotel tatlon of eminent men were given
tJac. Harry Thaw, the ever I I It has been brought out since the ,
'" Feb. U-o..rr..ld.
I The meeting of the Housekeeper et rich and indulgent I '. :
Feb 1 -Pompano; Hotel I wayward son shooting that White befriended f e-
Club of Cocoanut Grove, and whicha 1
fb 14- Fort "'adf1'd.wi Stran- I:parent; bad become widely I known lya Neeblt and her mother when the
of seventeen of the Miami
party tbe country prior to the ant
ahan. store. I throughout young woman wt brought to
Club attended last week waa discussed -
Feb It-DanlaJ Hotel kllllnc of Stanford White by reason I till city to enter the studios M a j I'
In term, and
Feb 1 -Hallahdale!; Wofford A: I club most lof I' the publicity given to many of model Letter which passed between
that highly
K,*tperly's More. praised I escapades by the newspaper White and the mother of the girl
Feb. II-OJns; tve store Announcement of the ipelUnf bee Hit father tM late YX lliam flaw have been published and may posy;

Feb. II Fnltord; McDonald will appear later.Caftala I I wa one of Pltubnrs richest men I'' an Important part In the trial There I White Shoes Galore

; !tore He had early wen that Harry was have been report that White sought I ,

Feb. 20 -Uttie River; Hub I tunCaptain Rcudgwed not to be entrusted "w tb a large Is- the girl. society after her marriage l .
'tore. : Charley Ball who has come lest be give himself over to a : to Thaw but this has been admitted

Feb :I-Lrmoa City; Dr. ''been tint alatnt Royal Palm dock- !'!life of tui r/oa. idleness! and liberity -I by neither side and to far a* they j Prices $1.25 to $5.00

t office DuPaI.'I'(I master since the opening of tile same i,l I So when the elder Tbaw diedJhe I II could do so, counsel for both sides I

,; Feb it-Cocoanut Grove; December nth today tendered his.., prodded that Harry should have have closed the mouth of the moat I
Y nore. I l I resignation to the hotel management I o-ly fI.UO a year The balk of the Important _ltD"_. I

Feb U-Larklrs. Larkla.' store 1 f i iF &DeI..11I resume his place)state went to lira William flaw Thaw baa sought his JuatUkUo.1

.' ..b. u-P..rtDf. Brown Moody I(aboard tbe yacht Klondike la whichhe whose Indulgent love for her children In the word he uttered to hI. ne- I I '

tore I I. an equal owner with his brother I' was BOOB made apparent ID themanner tim on the night of the tragedy He I

Feb. ZCSar.tjaIN; >dy'* tore I Captain B. Ball having sufficiently I' In which she lavished money I ha* claimed that under tb* "11.

Feb Zi-Homf'StE'.d. Railway .tatt recovered hU health to permit upon them. Harry Thaw had but written law" no Jury could convict I

-} .n Iof I more strenuous activity It la to ask whatever sum he chow and (him of having taken the life of the ,
Feb JR\ Cutler said that the vacancy caused by the ,,the mother care It to him He abam man who had traduced his wife In I I

Match 1 to J fay J-laD1. courthouse resignation! of Captain Ball will not ',doped his 12.S&0 a year Income from her Innocent girlhood'' To these ac-

,n < lie filled for the present at "least the estate to his n't't. It U said I|cautions by Thaw the friend* of 1800 Pairs Men's
In connection with the above app d,* kmaster Kellnm and second assistant that the young mans expenditure '.Stanford White many of them Influlent'al -I New 1907 Spring

'" ntments the 1... require every Jensen filling the duties the often averaged .. blah a* he..O | men of the community have ,

property owner. er) legal r.p.DI. re.t of the _.oL j I land 1100909 a year |(declared that the architect Intv I

Four or five years. ago fbe Thaw teat In tbe girl wa purely of a ,

family came into unusual prom I. jly character They said he h Shoes and Oxfords
r Florida East Coast Railway nence through the announcement of i tinted many young women to ,
he engagement of Harry Tbaw sister 'place for themselves In the world" !

LK<'st Ctrl 1 IU.( ... Ii Effect Juiirj >, IH7.SOCTHSXMJNftJteAO to the Earl of Yarmouth This I I and that be was no more deeply {
young English nobleman had been terested In Miss NeaMt that he
I ** Noemsotso-enan ID'I
A DOWN UP. !is America for two year or more been In a number of other I
4' ftw wsaiw.: .illI'-l A;; nx.l!.II" ..1r.-.1 at that Urn. H. was entertainedat whom BO breath of scandal ha. '

f. awl w y salt w y'De.I: I nay sTtarrox. nw rl!ay /Ilh.U Newport and at the end of a eue- littered

'.' s sun *M S MMM Lr. .. Jsek..ale u eo.t use s j reMfal season there. daring which It baa been constantly stated that I
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a --. :ause .. JJJJ_a-. JJWW .. :. mesa. "a J.ekossUt.....--. ..l'T'' :. .,.. ;tar es_.i_stta. be bad lead the gay act lu mamateur -T I tbe Thaw case would never come 11 In all the Newest

-- s H TM_ .._. .. Ns.unae, .. .1.--' ,, .e.._._... theatrical production, he !trial and that the mysfrkii of luj I
I I' ease u aj KM u ,_.Jet Maths .,_ i row .0. t mgr t IMI decided to go upon the professionalstage Intricate pathos would never "
r 7 sow U ***1.....1N I 1--Ai__---;,-:..i'.latLa- ---. .L.j': MM 4lWTMm ((MO t **e to earn a livelihood In this many of the 'ib
I 5.5 1 11."! STiMlT .... rttatkt ___.. .
LiuIZ ice. w Ilae. Art, -musea .. country. His effort along this line lie. gate this conjecture being baalsd and
s 1 ere 7 KM* 7 e.a Yst.. Iba..,_ ? were Indttwently successful and On the report that a plea of Insanity Shapes Styles
: 7 see-If 7 4YS It me.. .._bupont.jOram ... IM_.._ .. to StlM Thaw Since that time .
t lie .t. I1 H l j __ I cepted
ii a.. a XM U are II tor .._.._......OnwMMlIMTM ---...._ .. 1v* 4 IOU a ear- a ass the Earl and Countess of Yarmouthhave I This probability.however. It i It 'C-I ,.
11 I sew II SUM, taw 47 I aua 4 Mar ,
i MW I MW I I :: :: :: Pert trsaa.:_-::...:: : _. ... ,: t te.r lived abroad. said I* pist Harry Thaw haa hI"
12 a toe i MM ii ::..'.. few ..,....... ..... ."' 2 Les Sit.-. 1 cos trui'N Following the wedding of .1. nla- :elf stood In the way of any .'
II -..- 4 fire : 1] ._ Lak. eln.L.-: ..1, If 4veC: -- =--= Harry flaw also went abroad. olan It I I. asserted that In his
N .-...., / aee.-.J.I....,--/lee i. Uy -- It tow.-.. .:..... ter = 1t'l t'l
:" N .. .. ..(asap CNy Jsa.t. -.......: ''' When be returned to this countrytwo fatal to give sssent to the White Shoes I IIn
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aa u E: t.w y.yrti.--fir Loss Brl year ago he remained in tlea he has been steadfastly
l .. .. S are t '--.. .J ...-0.' HIlL--. L. f font-_._ I 7Lr___ York Instead of going to hi. mother'. ported by his wife, who It I* .. ,
., 1 N see I bare U_At__Tltswi7M...... ._L. 1 I attry f i7atN
Loss toe'LOruLr =Lee : _._._ home In Plttsburg. It WM not long E generally reported bu.OOD..II' I ,
'f me It Mtr_ lle_ s.Sa. .::= s roe I.r.:=-M tar before he. was teen always In company urged-ft.c,.husoana to take some ac- \

oft G. == ': TseTa+R'i with a beautiful young girl tion against W bite. air*. Thaw haa all .
= $ .50
H" $7.00
: : =--t. : : :! grades to
toe t tee .._ O.eea _._... 1 e r Evelyn: SWl .who had gradual been a dally! visitor to the Tomb ,

.' :;c : tee me :::.:=t:'fin. c.1111" == t su U=_.I. .Br..._ from the studio to the ttace. Young prison and Mrs William Thaw, who

.... l.s "_ _M"- 11"- ... 1211m_.._ central when the
Miss Neablt were recalled from Europe
,, and
a .._ It aa.e .18ooL. _.__e.baata _.._ u., tI 77.a..__ Thaw was
:. -- t _. tat l.seN... 11 ._. _, figure. of many theatre and upper tragedy occurred baa also been a
f= : ::ul. : ..:=ystt rise.,:::= N-a C=: N r tltm rtie- along Broadwv. and there treeacpt caller There have bee (
_._Ttbbalb left "
= 1 = : = : :: tidea__. .__: It ::5-- appeared In one of the local papers many family conference and many .t
._ t ors t_ ....-J_.. ...:. N I ] a story to the effect that Thaw and stormy Intervleiw In 'h* young
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t .... : : :: == ::=:::''I: _::... :. N e.5..... : t7rU.bra== Miss NebU had been secretly married maa' cell his r. *ntmeat being I
.. t mss 1 Oe JspI Yt_ f Lr... t bui .-..H. while ab-oed The fact of the shown every time the suggestion of
i t me t eete t ease ArWsa Pal.a.sek__... Su. N t (tea N en.1srm .
tats I'ae L\...__....hI.....,.. _._.._ err IIt. ,Mwle frs wedding had not been disclosed It I Insanity ha been offered I
err tee tar N N few declared. because of the fear "I prefer death In the electric
Cflea : sn. ..__ =:.._. tterat.e_... T.as_..._.. J =... was :' 1000 pairs of childrens Shoes ::
cut asylum
L. Ise f _...__ __.."_D.lny-,. ..". 7 _...._ 7 rue .. ....... that a:: displeased mother might )..ha'rto a life In aa insane +
eaxe N Is_._ ._...1'Dn"aIe..-_ t _. _. __....,. off the support of her favorite son j the prisoner I. credited with eiclalm
Ina lee_._ .... _. .... .... .
; Mrs :the .. :: ...... .::= : :: : =- _.. .i.= The story of the! wedding was taken I Ilap ing.Lewis
le.l SPU.:=:._ -_ _.,, -..::___ :::::.. : everywhere and the young people' !I II Dalafleld. Of counsel to the :
a 7 ass N LIrU 1 .... ..__._..._.._1...... ..IA. .* t a etwN I with denials Their was first called\ Into Just Arrived
'" kept busy :Thaw family
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---t-: ...=:/larj_'"_._. N.artesd..L.. .._._$..:, ... ... affair attracted so much attention i the ca.e. He engaged; Judge W. I
,that they were requested to move It |of. K. Olcott of the firm of which

CMleud Sckeiilei Betvea JacksnriDf ul St. Ap=ostle. t. I rom |the fashionable hotel where I former Governor Frank 8 Black I* : .

'hey respectively had bn occupyIng a member They had hardly been I
>.. lees soul xw I' xw .ax Aal ;. = y.' saxes seassrwl suites This called a month when young and
el>f ns ve n the case i we baye a mammoth stock which we are :
; .& Is I rs 1 I Harr r> iiT s I :a I r:" forth mire notoriety The affairs Thaw after an Interview In the
'lbsliy Fatly [ally Tlly h Tag IlL IxllyMMi fI iy I ttslly ZL ... them He called
': 1., 7.rau.ltfef tor a -r MM T tw I eve-4 JWIi i b etT-feir.A.V 'of I the* young; people were kept until con it-:Tomb aid dismissed Cl'fford W. HartrlJ a j sure is the largest stock in the south
A.-Mrs. br !sea n io I.'r r 4 4. s R x sass f ntas N.N. 'ataAlly beiorthe public to his I
announced that Mrs % alto hud been bin friend for
: sat nnaM law er,
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gE .tJl; : I I"; l rlafy I ; t Thaw had consented lo her' son'* I!year*. Now that the trial I I. approaching

ill, rwltr I Mtea .llf Xs. ..... Psily1st.ay. osuy I rally PsltyS marriage t.> MNsosblt Thereupon ; he has railed Into the e"'l
r. Ma. ........... 4 SMI J ass-7 .M, S *.. I* torn-u sn..-11 40_ I'mi' o je6dAr they were rolled Plttsburg and (,r>phln Michael () irk_>" nll*. !2".+ ass-*_er }.r 11_lO.r tt ate 12 7 ice 7_are 7Mae_ In the mother house a marriage I I I moat noted criminal lawyer of the

sorT A-IU-P l rirltntrdy of FallMaa OT tailor Cen.\IS MM tor*a III loa 'ceremony was performed West who has come on from San'Francisco I n __ _
eb.mud.ctT... [ .. .... For a long time following the 1' to New York to tabs dlIrectlon .'
: n--flay eaaeb* .ewst.a 1" Imin e wb4 b Sir Ii .. .
,..1....Co_ tn.p at' at w bl. ..b U1o as" J... wedding tb- Thaw affair were I Ipract of the trial Mr Oelma* haa
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earept .r. 'callr I lost sight of They pent I i[been quoted a* admitting I that the 1 ,
11' I IT I II 1:18: .most sof their time In New York, !!I unwritten law" may be the defense I

?. 1''a' y I a M ,:. ;' 11'' MATrHtKT KKAMCM !Jail, t>av; uyS 2t :were. often seen together at the theaters 'finally' decided upon II I II We cordially invite to call and look '
I and jerome will have you
ind cafe apparently they Attorney
i ii District
m' 5 tam t _-a. we LJ..t.tu... _.,_.... I 7 Bl.. 11 eat t are I.I I I II
.me a Bey) m r UMMLt\ .J*... Jaea..avtlla..Ar .. I I' Ttm ii a w t. tie lived happily together nerwonal charge of the prosecution .
...' Mar t tOT M MMIL> ..' .._ PaSte H.*rk_._... ... .. : C kM. II SU-V.1 4 use I It was late In the evening of Jane j I He declared he will Introduce only I over the new 1907 spring goods now on sale. ;
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.ere a tar I 555 *)WwL AltaCIt' .sebA ._ 4 II WiMf 4 4Mrooxsiui to
.Ow f,UM I X NrAr/ .y n. .. .... __ a ism 11 ate 1 are !125, lart that the city and soon tile ,|I such wlfnesee aa are ncaary
.: ,entire country was ringing with the prove. that Thaw had made threat .
JLKI ocaiEXTii STEiisnr COXXECTIOKS( AT BAIL 'tragic new that Harry Thaw had '!against Wh'te and the eye witnesses .
While The shooting It will be for the
-- -- --- -- slain Stanford wttlng |of the
a- Cs.sscl.. Sale II t1..l web ttswsbipt II 1M P. t. .. .. c..y. for the fatal attack had been the !(defense.he declareto Introduce any -- )

Havana Key West and Nass&u Bahamas. Madison Square Roof Garden, where evidence bearing upon the pat lives. 11
the Aral night performance of a sumner .lof the principle If this Is Bose Into
Train DUcterse Pnaeexnrer at Ships Side. N* Trnaafera.TWwTtaTik musical how known' a* Mile however the district attorney

----* the_II wbteb. 1t'aJ.-.-. oar a. .Ird Is-.rot. .Champagne was being given Tb 'will otter ev dence In rebuttaLWhlle ;
at asd
Atb.. munst ..,... ....11..10.1"' ."".sspo u__... .. set e..naoeS e.prt place wa. guy In flower. and mnhlco :the presentation of the prowcutlonratw John Sewell 6 Bro.
rtb MN _..1>1..1 'ored electric light and wa will require only two or three
Copt ---- -------- thronged with a fashionably dressedandlenre. dayalt I I. expected there will be gr.etdiffculty

For of the lOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information On the stage a maa ass. ; In obtaining a Jury sad

: "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." '.'lacing .. I could love a thousand that the trial may continue! over a :JI

-A, d D. Rtlt"E*. AM. O..1 Pn .. A.c.t. $T. ALOUATINE. TLA. z'alt'' *h".n f ridenly above the ;period ol four or ace weeks. .



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