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:
March 1, 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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VOLUME 11, NUMBER 45. MIAMI, DADE COUNTY, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH I, 1907. maT pA.a-ms i,,\.

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Eh Removal From Fifth District ADd Proriif Bnsioeu Matters '

21 Wai PUling Will D* Give by Happy Hustlers oo. Very Pretty Home Wrg Soltmurd }.
[ Engine No. Evening of 7th Cured Bin To Relinquish Office-Mr. Kirk Monroe likely To I Las MTe..SMiMly tight By Officials In Conference .. .

There About Noon The Happy Huatlera of the Baptist ie Appointed To FID The ViciBcy On The Bowl I From D.llnI"ropoll... Frb. 21 At Council Chamber. r'

Sunday School will pee a "Happy II A very pretty wedding occurred i iat
Hustler Fannygraph FaurtJ_" om I 11b o'clock Wednesday evening j
the 7th of March _. week from last, at the reloence of Mr. Eugene i
Thursday night at the horn of Mia I Porter No. 121 North Avenue C. the *
10 ORE LOST THEIR UFE Mart Rush. I. From Dally Metropolis, Feb. 2* / contracting parties" Being: Mini Lola mm mmi Mm
Uttle Mantle Sike will recite: he Mr. E. G. Twee Jell, county I-OU'H Porter al... r of the host and
"Hallabaloo" piece oa watch she won missioner fom the Sth district, \ Mr. R. Kennilh St.i.l.tlll. 01 '-aI408-1 sAnd
such praise some week ago at aa entertainment. tendered to Governor Broward la. Cc. | 0;
other I II The ceremony ass performed by i' \
and popular resignation u a member of :
eutionlau and singer will assist In body, the some to berate : R-v. I.. D. Lone, of the M. E. ;
n..clk Distresslaf ReportmtWerela I the program which will be composed at once. Ch'irrh. South The bride waa handom Chosen With A Few SlitfitCluBet :
iiiiof I lltely. laterenttma ael tioDL 1 1I I In conversation with a ) "" -', ailirt-d la a gown of white'''
Circtlati a.- l.BiBeer Jones, The IW talking machine of the 'repreniaUve this morning | ; 'Ik mull and carried large bouquetof I'' -.A Comdeaied Detcnn- rt

I Bash *: Bafford Piano Co., will also Tweexie I state that since he I m.while the bridesmaids I ;.M
Flre- :
Davis And
idmctor I don Of The BuildJif Will Be Of
were attired In gowns of white.t -
I'i furnish a program of band music and j moved to Miami to make his '
wedding march read.rI I
wit softly
max The Mast Seriously lajured the latest production aa sang by neat nome, a fact that takea him : Miami Rack.'f
< Si ...
ed b> Mine Ethel u", :
Caruso, Mtlba. Barnes etc. The ad- of the district in which be was I / d
I \ Many nice were receivedfrom ,
I mhvton tea will be 15 cents for old ed to rei>rent. h* feel that to friends! both In attendant and 1 I .
and )young and tile "function" la main a member of the board
unable to attend. After the wedding ,
open to alL March ?lh. at 28. th 'county Omml.'oafOR would not From
rpremonr the guests were invited Into I I.
From Dally Metropolis, Feb. 2*. street. ly be Impropef, but that he the dining room where delldoaairefrtvhmrnt .

I About Boon today am explosion ofdynamite be placed in a position that were served such aa leeIcreMm. I I. TIlt plans for Miami' sew city I +

I along the railroad track atto IKTIXG SIMPSON KILLED 1 prevent h'm from rendering the 1 sberbert. rake and fruits. Mr. Ball bulldog! have .been rb_.. Til tl :
AT KIMMIMMKK! MTfRDAYlaformaUon I Itr'et and the people the service t and Mra. Studstlll will make Miamitheir
rock pit at Rorkdate fifteen or ; wa* at a meeting and conlrr- '
[ done
demand and need la their
{ > future home, and will be at
[ tlxtee mile south or Miami OB. Ute I ha been received hereof home to their many friend at IIS I.| .... yesterday afternoon betty.r.I iiI f i

UM of the Homestead elt..llo"l the shooting and killing of Irrlag Ue.Mr.. Twr d(4l said that he 'North A".a.. C.Those present were: I Mayor I Sewe'.I.! Precedent Wharton

ally wrecked- engine No. 11. and Isjnr.d Simpson of Danla. at KiaaJmmee on I the matter careful consideration i I Mr. and Mra. J. W. Keen Mr. and .the City Council and Messrs. Pr 'n s,
.1 i Saturday afternoon. Simpson wa that other than the above ] .Mr*. Konndtree. Mr. and Mra. But
| several persons more or lees a newcomer at Danla and little about his bualnes interest In Miami ,Viler. Mr. I"dIn.. North wood. Mr. land Leffler. of the Board rf Pa >lie

I though fortunately none were killed. 'I him I* known here.' The TlmeI'nton's *- I ,and )I".. "..n..let. Mr. and Via..Matlura. Work Sy,

Immediately following the accident Klssimmee correspondent Mr. end Mrs. Stud.tlU. Mr. I The plan ...r.. drawn by the dlknown
says of the killing: and Mr Campbell Mr. and Mr*.
to -
| a messenger wa dispatched SPECIAL bwal architect. W. C. tv'Carmo. it
I I "Irrlag Simpson son of Capt J. jJndd. !Mr. and Mra. Wearer. Rev. '
I Ute city for aid. He kfrtved about I I A. Simpson, formerly I of tau place :and Mra. lx>we. Mr Btwkway Kn.I I. and were .dop.11 s
[ I.!* o'clock ana In a few minute bat now n resident of Da I.. Fla, M'Klnnon. Mr. Moody Mra. Waters fw alight rhangra. Th building I.I li ,
a relief train with Dr. J. x. Jacki :t I wa shot by Jobs Hughes. a fisher POSTPONED MlIJUIv; ; Stelnhanser. Susie Pow |Ito be located on the city the

i on Tardmaster S T. McVaJgh. and ';man late this afternoon and Instantly tell, Leola Campbell Lotlle Stelnhaas- 'corner of Arouse E and 12th Ht.ad1olal.1 .
I other railroad onciata and employe killed the entire load of the shotgun er Ollie McKlnaon. Mae CampbaU the office 42 t 3
\ was ./n lu way to lye seen of the tearing away part of his head. I and Me* ra Dave Brockway, Olin \[feet on IZth street Metropolis sad extending j Ii
I dlaaater. The train carried cot and i surrenderedto McKlnaon. Charles Parker. Albert
-Hughe Immediately feet along A...... I:. It will be kilt '.J
I other Mceaaitiea for the carrying 1 await the coroner's Imvratlgatlon. Carroll. Lonnl Campbell Jack Evlns: ,
of Miami stone and roofed with dark ;:,
I and comfort of the Injured.IB I claiming aeU-defense and saying that From Dally Metropolis, Feb. IS : and Paul Kennedy.Attempted ;
red tile with wide projecting caves ice'{
The moat Important matter (!
the meantime an sorts of rmI Simpson cam upon him and tome
I morn became current mom hating mn at work on the public dock and before and reeeiTinc action by to Shoot EngineerQuits supported by bracket ef "eyta. ,N
The entrance, a* m flight
city council lest might was a
I It Oat the ** lne had Mows *. began mrtag. shooting at him twice a little excitement was caneed '
torn U the special U between two maaaav columaaj ea-
I killed til or seven roes h solas*U'I with a Wtmcheaxcr rifle, and hitting at the Avenue C entrance to the Interior porch A center it!
to qualify m member of th* closing an
srtse a Urg numbered -- Hughes hand with one shot before railroad passenger depot yard aboutI 1
; of Public Work t. All the hall lend from the entrance door
1 retied train mad reaaark-- arM U aetMelenae th"t Stan-' white ;
The h* ; caused by the)resignation of oA. o'clock yesterday by am aged to the stair hall.from which n double
f *t>le Cut rm. and ret.r.*d to the son bad been,d tr tn lea thai am h'r. It'was' at some aagrea. near the dock before February ilL lo Tmeaday April I Bob Hay*. It appear the man, accocBp f'eer. On elder Me ..< the> '
emrmW at.ut..K of tt. err the tronble with Hushes" Th* postponement' was deemed' I .nld by his son walked down entrance hall are tile ntVre t>t the ''f.
[ aster. ao far u the MM or Ut*. etc.. QCAYAT10hAT Ttaable and expedient om .--. the' railroad track from Avenue B city attorney and municipal radge 'der
I wa concerned centered In Ire or six BIO the two candidate for the offlee I[ and tried to go through the gate sad of the tax collector and asunor ,,
roes none of them bust any manner CVLKBRA CCIVTashlagton. lag to lie their petition for leading to the passenger depot yard. Toilets. for men sad women arel provided
fatally Injured, only three of the nition on the! official ballot t. The watchman Hopped him and a ; for under the two landlnr of W'-
number being ntticlently hart toueee.stute Feb. IS- A cablegram day previous 1o the date of scuffle eaned. Eagneer Have wentto the stairway T
bringing them to the city from Chief Engineer Saevemaaya I the election: with the city I the altanee of the The front par of the bal'dlig I* :,,:;
j for treatment. The train was stopped that the excavation of Culebn sad because, so very few I tbe act farther exciting the stranger separated from the Jail la thejrear! ,f
I at the Boulevard c ro *Iac..,"re Cut daring February wI:; be nearl, have pal they were taken off add carried to nl.tot yard Stevens say that lh.I are therefore not eleg'ble to tried to shoot him Tie was dlaann- to the roof. The Jail Is eaere I the railway hoaoltal. present organization working OM I the said t-lortlon. ed. but no omcr being preeat be from Avenue E and Is providedwith) :"
Mr. E. r. McVeigh yardmaater of abaft will cut ODe million yards lithe I The situation was thoroughly I walked off and ha not been _. vestibule manual's office! a separate rt.
[ the F B. C Railway Co. here, near fat a,.. cussed with Mayor Sewell and nine. stairway to the court room above l
when tneattoaed about the accident attorney Oautl-r. after which ample toilet facilities Including \;

....., I dinance postponing the election: shower baths. and I. to be tI" .
-About noon today when engine!' Introduced and "..... '! with cages; for the pneo..,. T1oto ,
No. 21 wa passing the pit at Amber matter causing Jail and everything II'"rt&lal.C to It ..
r-fral* there was a premature or ble dl..sloo was he signing I. entirely separated from Ib city i;
\ dental explosion of dynamite Rect-I dellrerini to the. Colombia Tract ![ I lIal1 propoor.I ,!hOn

] the railroad track. The .. WAS BADLY BURNEDCkfld'i of meat the bonds 1100.009, run-hilled municipal by the I BIRTHDAY PROGRAM 6I 6IWill I the second floor over III jail 1

eelwd the full force of the 41or DalU National Dank :I. the council ellaDlller and +oun ,V
i Engineer Wm Jones wa badly ; room 31t(0 fed; and la the frost
Clerk Kellfro expressed a r tI
f lacerated.. otherwiae injured J part of the building are oics for
sore to affix the seal of the rtf -
while the colored fireman had his the bonds and pans lie same I the mayor. Bard of Public orll. rand !
right" wrist broken. Conductor' F. I While otb.n. One featare of the .!
Fire Trust Com Public
Clothing Caught the hnds'oflhe: Be RenderedBy PupUiOl t
Davis Buffered a concwtioa of the I Council! 'was also unwilling to \ (building I. that every oftlee ta p ovided ;

foot and had his hearing shocked.Two I Playing IB The Yard-One Whole the bond pass oat of tbe School Tomorrow.-Piefrtm ImterestjB with a lire prOof vault b 1t.ft. t...eIthe
or three negro workmen in the toe city without the money masonry.
JIlt nearby were slightly Injured. None Side Blistered Mother Extinguished sight Another matter that I | And Appropriate Te The The design of the bnlHI'IC I par'ticutarly .
I' attractive. and lr. Gar
was killed. I wasted- light On was the fact ,
Am nnomdal report says that the Flames.Ada :bonds bear the date of last C Event.t mo Is having constructed a aster '' :
cldent was caused by the foboardr I ,though the tale has been b.l< I model for the better lI1uatratib. n. )
r the engine striking box of dyfamlis I for one cause. and another :the design and which 'II be IIlles-
attttag alongside the 'dare and whether or not the I trued at the Dade county
I sad canning It to explode. Wat"1 I 'would be allowed to coUp the I, Tomorrow. Thursday February 21, far' I
the three Injured men were May. the five year old daughter poaa from date, or must pay the rlaa*.* of the high school will Nr. 8. J. Doyle 01 Ciarered4.. \
engine and consequently of Mr. and Mra. A. H. Adanu.wa .! eat from last July. celebrate the one hundredth annlver : D.. left Sunday for bin \;

"the fun force of the explosion which very painfully but not fatally Mr. Terrell t. representing tile |ary of Henry. W. Longfellow by rendering I spending the treat-: pert bomei.h.r" \4

; It to aald. did the engine math dam- I burned late yesterday afternoon at lumbia Trust. Company, staled the following program In the lei here with In. Its. .- s. ,
I It was a thoroughly reliable school auditorium conunenclag at Inf Me". a.4I"! UIf"- L. mesa ife.
ageThe malt force of a d/natatte ...1 the parents home on Avenue B, between cern, and that the bond would !12:20 o'clock. The public la cordially Mr>< Doyle will/ nll: 4
i goes downward and to tbl.fat't 7th and 8th streeta. I ly pan through; their hands to Invited to alien April. ,
and the protertlon' afforded b,. The child with a companion or'' the genuineness certified to Life of Longfellow Miss Mills'Lisp '.
the engine Is due their. escape from two was playing in the yard, and they were. delivered the pun-b. ; of Rounhau Beg !Jlas! Phelps Laying ('near-te lUdPwa" ....
Immediately upon th arrivalof Considerable discussion : ''King Robert of Sicily Mr. MoeSong A new concrete' sidewalk I. heist i e
death the train here the Injured men ,attempted to build a fire in a miniature and It was Anally derided to I "The Rainy Day" Mis Zeltey laid III front of the McDonald 11110- (.'

were taken to the honpltal. TIlt col(4d stove. In some way her dress i '''Story, of Evangellne MlM Freedlaad till at the corner of Avenue. and :.:
fireman being able lo walk. Mr. caught fire on th. left aide the [ Death of Gabriel Mla Ogle 14tb street The building I now ,;
_a acts was sent down In a carriage. 'flame quickly spreading ap the aide SKILLED MONEY THIEVES OPERATE !Tribute to the Pot Mr Rader about complete and ready for occnW f

tllo.II)1r: Jenea. the most seriou- Ito| the shoulder. Fortunately Mra. |Song. "The Bridge Ml** Zelley nc'y .

be ry Injured cnrritd on of a the cot.three There men.they had were to Adam was near. at hand and attracted SUCCESSFULLY AT PALM BEACH

-given;bk treatment and made comfort- I' by. rushed the screams Into the of yard the little and with sufferer. DR. EVANS DECLARED[ THAT HARRY.THAW I (:

I I her woolen skirt smothered out the I -- ,

OF C. M. CASTRO I'fire' though not before the skin from ,
:the thigh to the shoulder had been I I West Palm Beach Feb 27- Ex- ,securing: all of Mrs. Swift's jewelry l: WAS INSANE WHEN HE WROTE LETTERS l'

; Prom Dally MrfropolU. Feb. SI j.11.t.m. Mrs. Adams was also Mayor Oeorge B. Swift, of Chicago but overlooking Mr. Swiff watch i
qalte badly burned on the hand In and money in the clothing I iI
saddest deaths to occur near by.I 1
One of the and Loot S. Clarke, of Philadelphia,
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'in lately u that of Mr. O. I l extinguishing the na ,I Strenuous effort have been made I Ito '
the Casts city of PleesanUowm. N. J.. ',I Dr. Skaggs was summoned and the tmllllonaIres: wen robbed here bit keep the matter out of print Mr.I' 'I I 'j

who M with h* mother. came to Miami ,injuries dressed He anticipate no |I week of thousands of dollars worth Swift was philosophic when seen But Hot Inuae la A Seaic That He Weold Always Remain Inn, ne-.. .',
'about the Scat of December. 1m i{ remits and hope tc nave the Ut- ,of, Jewelry. last night by the Metropois representative ..
Death occurred yesterday at the I ilk sufferer up sad about tn a shoe. ] Eighteen pieces Including diamonds and Mr. Clarke la ditto. Defense Will Hot Close This Week. }
home of Mr. T '' Jack_ on West time. It Is oontdered extremely pearls opals and turquoise Other small thefts are reported on 'I
Itth stroll from an attack of tyBhotd fortunate that the face was not burned. I I were taken from the second story of the lake front. Mr .Oewge B. Cluett.

fever. which terrible malady though the hair on the back of "Primnvvra," Mr. CUrke'a villa of Troy, N. r. bat put on a private -- I "
has also stricken tbe young mans the bend was slightly aigned. while the tartly! and servant* were watchman at his place and the cotI I
Mother, who now He* at Mr. Jark- out watching aa Illumination last lagers will organize a pe'rol at night | New York. Feb 2*- IHtrirt Attorney time before. he jot; ancwer* nnlr. ':,
posy home, too III to accompany II Year More Tarpon Thursday night.At Jerome today contlnnfd the Tory to himself. rinally Dr '|EvaaMid {
.,II. reoMilns of her lOa to Pleaaant- Four more tarpon were brought first ,ber"_ >bbery seemed like Shy rltf Fro1-: : who wa* In Palm I IBoach examination\ of Dr. Kian. one : the .toilets convinced blip rb lThaw ,
own for Interment. Mr. Co was In from the upper bay last night. rn Inside" Job. bOlt the next night ,, Jre erday. stated today that'crow _.11 Innanthn. he wromthem '-1
hlrty years old moat dented to his One was caught by General Sbattac. there wa a big haul at the Swift cottage Ilb..r.. at. several alight clew* In tbe I|of the alienist for 'be defense In ,in* bm' not inure !In a nrn.*I trut ,.
her, and aatil trlekea with the and one each br parses on the presumably by the same pro,.*- diamond robberies that may develop. ,Thaw trial and otrnpied all the would alwav remain insane '
fever, worked la tile once of the P. launches Tarpon II. Herald and ..utonal. to wbnm there Is no clue. In though they are so weak that anything i morning with questions concerning The long drawn nut eiam nab'xi J
A O. 8, S. Co. on the Terminal yacht Tommie Traddle. That taken this robbery the thieves waited until from them la hardly expected detail of certain matter writtenby of the witness ererlud.o the} DOMIblllty .?
eVickvw by the Utter boat was the largestof I/ and Mra. Swift had returned The sheriff' probed the theft a* aura Thaw. of th.- defense rioting' by lbs .
.* rtaaalna were embalmed. by the tar and I* believed to be then I pppMr. the ttoyal Pdnc ana Waehlnc- a* possible and will give. al the ,: *- -1>1'. Evans occasionally closely examlned i I end of the wee*. jr Jerome derlar'
1.e.rtahn W. H. C..bCo. aa4tn afnermoon tended but lost the might before' tom'a blrthdaj .ball and then entered ,Iaidante ,he can ferrvtlag out themysteries letters and Mr.Jerone obliged Ing that Evan's: crnw eiaofaattoa .I:

.-. a* ,shipped north tomorrow by Ojoeral Shattnc. their chamber between 2 and 0 a. m. to repeat his question many 1..11I require all of tnmorrow ifc


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THAT "KEEP CLEAN" hrt f n( the niirnln of convicts shjill
Miami Metropolis Ic. iiwd m li. ,h.. C'>inrul...lon.'r( Florida East Coast
The Weekly STREET ORDINANCE Railwayr"
; 'n the 1II.\1I"U'D', and support of

,' Ib,' cum I "I. ,)t ,n.; ;h.. t o.ld> I Ucil Time cud N1. **. U FIred
--- The M<'lr"|>i glad: to H? lb.the .
Ta P; .'d-at S Bobo Dean, Sec .Treu i fit roiim. I has awakin n. Th.I.. 'i ';,"In ,_ tienrUI'I in 111'111 OtTHBOfND-ftEAD DOWN. '
SB :urn 8of tlsrt'ND-eeAD t7
of Mi Mi \\illi. nis p1,11 10 'build
PRINTING COMPANY | lbneed of an "iiiinini. preMiltiiiKuta l :
THE MIAMI __ __ h ghadra ihi 't the thinning, ".I trash Ii. "I ? a' i .
n i> | l> llj"UT5i D.17 Dull
ill month . . . . U <00 One year . . . . .". aid other relim. .. in and"I"'U! tin I ;it I::: lt t>.M>* he iciuld imir:: <>\> his I II t1R17 A 5TTlo.5).11 I .r. 1..11 A D.117 a D.117.

In advance will receh a year* subscription for f 160an :mrtt if th'. .pruvlllog 111<'1t1l. tt-' II r\11! 'prod Ih. cork by prewilli I 1)- i i far- tar tr -- J"'koljj. .I'i- 7 a..i.r. I..

Those sly BJoo'hs ratine ub cripMon for 75 cent. Th,a i* a liberal dlscourt to Indue I etc: for taking rare of it. aud nx' me (bit the c..nvlrt. bopi"."&,l all| t' : = a ::. t ..-.I : : ""': Asgvane Jsau4 .._L' ,. 1 tIe 1 1e. ease ur "...* \

: I I II Ing pensliita for a violation thereofDirty mork un the road until they shall Ira 11w,.__ 1" .-. HUU........ -I I I'h a t. __ ? \
strictly aivanee payment tense 1 1\ as.s a for .: .. r.., ai
I street have been one of tb.curses hate Ix-en tompletx] P.Lka .t.O'If": s s _.. a me
and afflictions of Miami Teelhave I In this bis plan If they 11 t... t2 ear w s'...:.:::.. r.l.i_ .: ::"- .....-.......... -....
Entered at tie PoAtuflice at Miami Florida, at second claaa matter |I' say C'ul'l| e sea. 11 air 1Tra t.. ruaaaj' Ark_lean. 1_SIM* U't s_ HIM
been an t"ye'II" to not only mlnate. could b. twilled to a moriupeetlv Cwt : .. .. SL,..- 1., _
: the eltliens. many of them tlxmselves 'ntl.1 Aft,'r the roads have .i: :- l Mw-!-E-r sir Lv, : : =.a a.,.. ; Ar: r= 1 Mal i :
KKIIMi." MIIOI H*>7. ---I guilty of helping to litter the been completed It might be will to : ::_ .. Lo... ... faaa.lll. Lr' i
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thoroughfare, but to the tourUt and lease on""-hilf of the convicts, bile 00 ..._. tM. _. ._ II -_. -"'- .rl.LJ aa.. ._ -_ _
I visitor If the provision o' the the others are kept constantly at II 1 1e. u sew 11 .. _...._ I'yrI seep 1 ;}barn I

EDUCATE ( CHANGED I new ordinance. hirh U now, being: sort maintaining the roads thoughthe : 111-' a a.w.. 1 I Ise_ .II..! _00'_" ._.._Parr uL.I. >tiff otr1. ""U|._I air_ ;.

CHILDREN COKDITIORSM published In the Metropolis. art car Metropolis. stands now. aa It al tl t Art 1 w U Ar___ 1'.. ....* IBM: | IM> ... ,i
I red out much of this dlstrensing ways has against: tbe leasing of any -II II / ....-. AI=_. Like H.!M : =. .Lv II WOlf iril i -=:: l

Every third hal a right to such I : Eleanor Gates a widely traveled condition can be relieved county |.rlsoner*. II I' .2-.j 4 UMi loc.-_ .-, I : --:1i' o,.. Jssai_._.. ._. :: I I II' errs. .. I I. Ise '

.D education as mil qualify It for and observant young writer The enforcement of the ordinance Had Dade comfy leased her prisoners _:-tars=-li-'ri..oo-=;: if ....._n : Z.7N. +

1 hits, duties Th i Is recognfeed as s not> thai In this country deferenceto .j la dependent upon the police. and she mould today be like many ..... t st's tUPW-Z. j.) ...I_......l..k. HIUw ..._.... "irl'h-- 1 vea._..,. '_
patriotic dun bj the State Th. per her sea decreaaea, ta proportion \\i la hoped and be'ieved they 'millrto other counties without a mile of 1 aeq i tea-n-tWif..,_,__ Tno"'rni.. ._. t /art I r- 1.H
th-lr full duty by It The public -18 N lard{MM)! 1 H Jir_=::: Jftnr4=-:1:: Tines
laoence Of oar political 1 Institutions t* the density of population and | good road when as a matter of factshe 1 cam 1\ *K. |Lv.. -.__*.njH -...._ ... At !<*. I SIMTwea 10 N Isr1
depend on the intelligence of our there la therefore less of It In New I, will await with Interest the lesult has more !good roads than any l aia Ie -!soy. It seal 'YIMe04.. -* Mt r.-n;..

< iHxenthtp. nvs the Galoeollle Sun. York than elsewhere in1 mor <.I It j other county In the St u! anJ thtymere II are IIM__...._ ."a.- OMM JLI ._....L... I M. --.J' .. _
I 1 U MI | *MI ll J ...... _Koel. .d(._..___ IareI "'"""In17..
The bayonets! Of foreign: so diers in 'k- West. where momen are not [ built by her convicts. mho are .. 1i SOM 4 MM ._ .. | .._. KM (Mill* .'. I u _. u L'?s.
I feared than the bal !o numerous and there is plenty of I EQUATE are lets to .. :; : iH
12 ssr : p.b.ata.. _. .._, I U r..
1 I.ti Of Ignorant Yr>t..n." The srI time nod room This is a eorrobo- ADVERTISINGAs ---- 0- -- .._.. 1 4*.4 4M* ._. .j :_Kt-LorM _.. ._. I ., w -,. : r
tire of the Slate makes no provisionfor iston of shut we have before aaterttvl 1 1 40M *M J _. ....Fort rtorea.. .m_ I* hSM 11 UM II VM> 11.m.SMS
.._. set 4rW--1: ] .. .. _ttbb.lls.- wr-n..._
this moral trainee In some In sparse" !) settled regions a store gross hi Import -, m DECIDE THE CITY .....-. 1 "*.. I t1rr1.-' .* .-_._?_-.-_ *M>...__ '" __. I* 1SW I f.-, _
...... It oaks It difficult or even Impossible woman has the right of way, and advertising must gros. Rut the ..-. I16y IM._. .__..JMM_..._.__ I* ....... I .. _
CHARTER QUESTIONThe .__ 1 44' 1 4ML.._ __ _. UrI14M .___.._ 1* fM_
the mural and religious rod tins to her U apt to be severely Mjverllinz. must In toluioein _
to "rare ; gron -- ......_.. ? **. ....) Hk- 5iY.-, .,
training of the mind at all rebuked Prof Scott of Northweat- liberailt: In qualityraster Uinn city charter Investigation com- ..._. 1 My 1 p.n., : _:..:::. -w =i === : : -.J.: : ::: I KM*._ .._?

There must l. a training of the mor ,'rn niverslty. 'Y5 that a woman, the store grows mitts bate at last gotten! things in a 4qyOva I A.PoI..M. ( IJ.-le q ;1
: 1 i M.I a fie tfosLo.,. ,. _.. .PaI. a-... t BWMIt KM ... Ie..
nl seanlbllltlc particularly the w 11 uffrane movement would have been -TT>ils Is true because the store oust such. 1 olld.UOD<< that they are prepared / a Mrs a ass'.we Palla a-..... ..1 1 q is M I OIH* .* *.. r
\ot a'l this U the dote of the church out of place In the days of chlvaliy j .k ;p pare nlth the .d"t'rlIKln.or to bring the result of their labors -- I IShd HM *MM OHi ..._.._ M _.._.._.._l.7. L.. t _. 1 flee

l hul the largst part la the functionof or voman was then under the. pro- I within ha ling distance of It. 1n.< ret before" the puhlk. and to thai -.. : not :emlm ==:._ : = Delnf-L.adetdss..: : : 5' : = ,
home lotion! ol men, and It war *a protection doe quite "c.&Uh up"any more pod hm tiled of ::::: a ismMM ,. ..._._i.sla,._.. : : ::
a max muting ... .: ..... ... -
a Ie tUU .- ._.._ .....'- pia... Ira _
Every chill deprived by whatoveimeana \ that protected not the make : than the cars of a train o\eila' the Iliztu !at the auditorium next Tnuri 00 7 1*. M IM.- ,Laset'by ._ /w.. I' .
of lists education and trainIng beliete protection of the modern | eng'ne And exac'ly as the engine day nlfcht i.... Tax* teams T Av.,=_, _na.l.-_.... -L t easy: i Ia..! : vro ,...
aeora... ... _
la defrauded out of an alienablei ri>|>miilons sill be submltteajt tqy.. ,-- "'-IL'J' '--.. tl.aa.1.M fA 000.+ 1!I.10..assIt "..)14
i 'iht and when he come Into the at giving: a lady the protecting cour : pulls the store aloig': this nutting: One a synopsis oft #

i ithorltance of h a tfitliemh'p he may 'fur of i 'seat In a street car To pursue the compirlnon' It rtpulres hI' G.ilre ti>n city charter whichpnivn'is CaAosel Sckehles letna Jadjwflk ui Agtltse, .

I t.., depended upon to avenge hlmsell The Ch CSRO Rs'brd-Herald says a bigger engine to pull a thlr fir rnun'cipal government
?n the society that perpetrated the it Is not necessary In making an ef-j|| t-<.r train than It does to pull a upon an economical plan and the awl e. 'Jr.. 51 aw ,i .7w, sew fc.-u {

fraud upon him Ih deference' to the teethe historical contrast to go back I ten-car tralu Ard it lakes more :ad other recommending certain change l I I I L.. : ball', t l"'e. D I D D. ,.

'It". of Infidel atheist and other, to the days of knights errant and vertlslng to "pull" a hundred d.l rK In t ih. present (charter without a total t>* nJP.Hy I Ufly 1 Ly 111. gar It gal D.n t D.HT ,''p.. ryW_ k
tile B ble U cast out of the public add*: Thirty year ago: there wasa tore" than it does to r s. m.. 1s. MM li KM 't soli IH II 1Me) 4 i.
pull a ten disirucllon of the meaaur If A.t a. 1.. C I* *_ n KM t tn** 4 l.W 4 we. 11 MK e yp.e bW.IAso
fhools. and all school books are rivalry among men to offer ladle clerk one the r.alvnton form of governmentIn .
I Isgws-W
a'rtpprd bare of everything that ihe protecting coarteiv The changehas The train will 7w .r" ws.n.sewton
not mike much progress adopted Ihe present charter most fa 11 Do D.A/lj
tend to balld up and strengthen about la and ry / I ll A y
might come a generation, on the days that the enginela he abolished but if the "U\"lmt.ti, Duly Twit Ii.. Dash. ha. Sm.4 D.IIy P.11 Dslly v
characterIt !mi
the child. moral It Is on some : Dtamk:1'1: reratable I not running: but It will make" Jiidta as rtHutumended by the committeeare CO'1.1.._ -. 1 WAUy 1.-... .f ki 1 n aAr
b cruelty to wit hold from children ( change It men good progress on those days all decided upon It will t>e only ncoesaary Jekwt1N.iwes1. Mr It Io.e II tt_. t iou 1 __ Ira

th's h:gher and greater tralD more "01141'7 selfish aDd Its ef'l will a swore on the days shoo th,v to eliminate! those certain obecttonable toT : *-TllM .;; ""* *a sstvly eI rsllaaa at Paris Cans4 sacs tan-sn sum be
inc Children hare right: which feet oa boys In deplorable ", r ....a.\
the State It board to respect It disregards advertising la not running ; parts and insert the oT'a a-ba, __ ......... a. th.M lnrr es .....dI se sacs past ... Y ........ ,..,
these male cub their
way cling to I Your advertising Is "adequate"when amendments. Tb Committee will "roes.'.set step s5 e"NU 55 wakk etas b car _...
them at Ita own peril. I ... ....
D delicate and elderly $ ,
1 :'a"r It Is strong: enough: to pull the co no further at the lUau meeting
n standing, raise the most I store along after It; and _hen It I* ., than to submit its report lettingthe u L* Ja."

I painful doubts as to the chivalry of the i I running on .everv day that you de public: decide what shall be done I &D.ny ll S. JQmy: | OuifinJ Mq MATPOBT KAXCB : ; t7/
THE METROPOLIS' POSITION future Few men retain their {ire to seek business and to increase Tbe Metropolis Is unfamiliar with
seats now without some sense of / sow a tM ir MDmlly U .... Js.l.s.uls .. ..1 b.;
ON COUNTY DIVISION trade. the Galv"'ston charter It 1* saidto 1 1 TIM 1 asm N MM L...,. js J.c5..aIH.. _.. .A tar.
.Ud.ction with tb fms ve* dil-l -- ----- work very satisfactorily in that / 1 Mj /oarle Lv.PaH. A. : 1 = :I : sea
The )letr po'la ia naturally opposed the cabs.having no kno* ledge 1 MM; t 4am 1* MM LtAIletlIIo a-a... ._..A ... ...
city having aa its main purpose the _7___usul UM! 1 asm 11 Urn A' ..._... ...r.... .. ..... 1 me
to the movement. seeking a divistoo ever of the protecting courtesy, will THE PROBLEM .concentration of government In as''
of Dade court). It would be unnatural pnobab bo as indifferent to It aa '
07 IMMIGRATION few men and bodies a* possible By roaxsajLi in occnorrii srujQiir t amncnwis IT IUIL
acre It disposed otherwisethough the animal that resides It a pea doing thin the operating expenses are .

It b le,e* In treating the. 1.1 and eMs in a trough"Are Apropos to the assembling of tike reduced to a .'tIalllllare. Clew C* M.oa ...* at Blaarf. wkh ......... tf BM P. & f. L S. Caapaay.

sue and those supporting It these younger animals degenerates Immigration convention In Nation. This Is what la needed In Miami Havana
and boiH-"(ly. Ihla I* Us policy 10'' or are they merely the natural Oa.. last Tuesday the News of mat Its expenses are too heavy and its Key West and Nassau, Bahamas.

. all public matters ana to all men product of conditions* When city advance the following argument i offices and office holders too numerous. TraU DiJchMT. f aas>tra at 5hi 't Std, r4* Tra nlir..

1 and so .b.1l1t continue rneu were<< so anxious that women on the labor problem la the There la no reason but what
The Metropol: believe the gentlemen TMmTI..T.blrshe. ..***> .*'*.**, ... **>*iTT<** ***.4
composing the committee englseering should not stand there were perhaps South: Ita wanta. opposition, et.c.o: aa 't the government can be maintained n._ ... ...... -.. MI-._ .......- u t5e ass s'sau..
IWO women on a ear and two food for reflection: { cheaper and more satisfactory ana .. II ratoeaa_'.......... .....-...'
the division movement are
score men If often happens BOW "The beat and leading thought of ; It I* to this end the commute have
conscientious and sincere In their conduct ef la the bay hour that the women the South at this! time la for the Importation been working It would be well to Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAM w Other ........

their tuna,campaign and thai with they fairness will and justice outnumber the ma two to on*, and of a good grade of people give the Galveston form of govern- "SEE THE TICKET AGEN1I. \"

to aU concerned They more It la not a question of oc- from Karope Into the Southern Held meat careful consideration but at D. RAPINE Aawt. Osj1 rags Agent ST. AUOU3TINE., FLA. .,

1 believe a division o( Dade 8\14enl'l caslonslly doiag the polU thing aa aad factories. The mea who have tile same lime If the present Ulaml ,

and} the creation of a new county out It used to be. Strict obedience to had to straggle with the problem i charter can b* amended so a* to

.f the northern portiaa of It would a rigid rule of chivalry would mean II I are almost unanimous oa this plana 'bring t about the desired ruttawoald (IOOiXC<'OOl( = = = = <<<.)(..)0 (.'0. . . .:.. . -
asbaernbests their* I la the case of many' mea that the I !solution of the ....UOL Thereare It Dot be better to do It la this way? I

asking to bring 'about that result could never have a seat la a tM"1 those la the South who oppose W* world certainly feel more Uh w.

If !so no OM can. blame them I i This- '5 because such a Taut such methods of securing the nece were leading and not following and

But the Metropolis belle,.* It to be of women hat been added to the parjr Ub r and are willing to put were capable of engineering aad look. I :aI.I.A.1YJJ: :
for the beat Interests of the county my of worker, and the worker of up' the old cry of "know,nothing log out for ourselves I / :: :

thai it be not divided. and, that there I both sexes must take their ob'DeI I day*""America for Americans" It i! Let everyone who can", attend the! I 1

are means by which nil the differences I ...i. I. generally pretty safe to state that t meeting Thursday night and let them

upon wh:eh the division movement j I Stare woman haa demanded andreceived he fellow who are preaching these (decide the question there cod thea

! U altered to be based can be ..u.'j I concession. and alnee new sentiments have nothing to be ruinedby : and let It remain decided It would I

facority adjusted: and It believes ,I burden and obligations haTe fallen ,,a scarcity of labor anywhere In ;, be better to let things rock along I In rapidly! going to the front as the -ad-

that this r**.U will b. atcompllahed upon her she .ban lost some of. the the wide wide world Those who with a poor form of govnr im>at thun I "
and Dade county remain ft It W-on* advantage that one* were her*. And bate property and ambitions want I to be forever bringing 'u up for repairs ing city in South Florida. Ererybbdy :

of Us large*!. best and most pro r*.- it Is a pity help and are going to have It. The is going$ to Miami. Now is the time to '
i alv eoaatte lathe State. -- o---- fellows with the "know-no'htng"' \

: If. however, tin campaign. for dlv A USEFUL tendencies would noon curve to OowaMNi Cold, are the Cs un of secure a choice location either fir business .J\

slon Is to b* carrie) to I conclusion death If the men of substance were Many Herloa* DtaesuieaPhyaietaaa residence.
of division or a- 'irlstocj. let It bn CITIZEN ruined by a lack of labor to carry or Choice locations in

.{ clean and Maui "" To stir mi ..( their plan and ambition Even who have gained a na- the city for sale by : : : : j r : : '
strife and blt'"re win he detruet'vt Th Uv Oak Democrat thlaki at \this. the reactionary element 1* (bail reputation a* aaalytfa of the ,

to the host InUreaU of all par- that Daa Prescott of Orange County, so small oa the mrject of Immlgratloa cause: of various diseases, claim thatIf r\

"i t ee em.een.d. is a greater man and a more useful that It will amount to nothing catching cold could lie avoided a
We wish to firoteat sgainst'the use citlsen to Florida than a whole lot against the general and powerful long list of dangerous allmenta: FORTDALySLAflDCO

iI. of the term. *-dlcrdlted' politician*" of others, who get their name Lathe movement* that i* ta progress.It would never he heard of. Every: oa* | .. ,
*hen us. 4 M he Ittle such honorable more frequently, for DUB la trae that the South
pepen wanta
Marion BOraber. :. knows that pneumonia and O(1( 00000.: < lid upright rwtl0a M I aa* broken th* sweet potato recordby ,nothing hat the beat Immigrant that tloa originate from a co'd..cou"mp-I !
J. C, Stowtra A. T Anta '
making two potato grow when can be ,secured and that U tile kind :e catarrh, bronchitis, tad all throat '
***. L. W, BarkhataX W I.alee oair one grew -torv Th* D *aav that promoter of the movement :are and lung trouble Ira aapa..t.ef U"
q R. T CnrTflBgworth. Max Sir- and 7O d
.calf 2I_ RL'nS
: :
enl reproduce from the Orlaado I going after. Th independent movement qp.-I
tendered more serious each
by frees
kin' Dr. H. C. Hood and many other I 7t
*, of Went Palm Beteh, who compos Reporter-Star aa Item to the effect la the South was organised for attack Do not risk your life or take Afcut. Fort Viee-Pre.l Fort Dalla

Ih. county dtvUioa commute that Mr. Prescott mad this season t'at'lert purpose This section did eh oc all of Florida sand ferHHied aot want to hire Its labor through -
oa* acre berlaln's
and who arc m"klcg a clean camp Cough Remedy will care It
.lga for what thy ea*>ioer ta their I only with stable' manure pa drones or other labor agents v' .o before these disease develop This . 0( )I) (. . r

r'ght and )net due W. differ with (threw thouoaa bushel of yams, and thrive la the great cities and send to remedy contain no opium morphine

these. gentlemen and from Urn tot then eontlaue* to expatiate: Ibis section the offal of Europe or other harmful drug and bad

'. 'me by MM argument will ......- : Think of It. yon ODe crop farmer I population, the kind that they ,eaa thirty year of rvputaUoa back of It '

or to prove oar atar.d the .correct one. wearing yourselves out la your not pat off on their customer la, the gained by It* cures under every con The Ocklawaha Nurseries ;
tut will not enter Into ;be ....d.UII&1I1 north and east.
;. we ''cotton field to raise the staple to dltlon For sale by all druggists
*1 nlll..lp. aa already begun get money to buy your grub with'At I II I South Carolina has blazed the way aDd Biscayne: Drug Co.
J In e-rtaln quarters U Ml.m'; neither I a very moderate estimate to produce snoressfnlly along this new path of TANQKHINt FLORIDA

-! ,. M1 the better element. of .I.11'1'se.tlter.sh1p from those six acre I* worth .Soathern enterprise and has seered I I Howabrat Alton trrlve .
: tplendld set of Immigrants In the Want Orange Growers to know that It I I. to their Merest
*rtdo;*? aneh a pollcvV 11 .sno ADd yet men go to Alaska to buy tree !
.. l". that have The houseboat Alcora. owned by from their stock Because they have THE BEST
-. of South Dude. will make a hard to hunt go'd mine and they : o shllod already ar- GROWN IN FLORIDA.
t 'ht to keep old Dade Intact and I can't get: ahead In Florida. Just say sup ,, rived at Charleston The new addl I Mr J. O Wynn. of Atlanta arrivedin GOOD RESULTS: can only b* obialad from treea iaa< have aa abundance 1

v nether we sea or !owe will have <\oW"e had a state full of men -lions to the population of the Palmetto port yesterday afternoon and tied i of GOOD ROOTS stems that. are STOCKY 'ops WELL DCVCLOPEIX: : I

connolalton of knowing that w. like Dan Pr .eott! You reply that State have been pronounced by up at the Seminole Club The Al and leave, aad woodthat Is CNTIRRLY FREE OF ItJmiOl INSECT:
trade an honoriDl fight and did would have ton Commissioner Ssrgent to be the best eon came down from New York ana LIFE.: ONR TREES have all these GOOD POINTS N their favor aad sew i

;I n,thing: darlrg the campaign to In we th't event No at many all: potatoes for men set of Immigrants ever brought: to has been stopping: at the various coridally Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL IVDLCfcMNBTS are offered '

r crows nnr hroth--r' tn the north end like. Dan line their head piece to .this country The general opinion: nolnts and resorts en route here 'I to those who will place their orders now. for fall delvery OFR NaTW

In feel bitter toward na. nor give think and the v know the from fouth Carolina sources appears She! Is driven by a :10 horsepower engine EARLY SEEDLESS ORANGE EARLY AS PARSON BROWN PROLIFIC

them reason to think revs of us mr .meaning: of d'versifl crops. They to be that they are Intelligent, Ind'llTInu !I: and draws :3 t.Z feet of waterThe AS PINEAPPLE. ASK ABAVT 11 CAT:>LOOLK, FREE
the stand wh'ch we b.ft'IIk..a. i and fairly well educated In craft la well arranged and thoroughly
mould no more make themselvesslaves
to potat.tltu they would the'r own 1rntnage, and can be eastly t comfortable She mill remain Address. The Ockldwaha Nurseries
awrallated bv the American i here a few days ana then sail for
1'0 cotton .nd "b..11 some other crop pops
HAVE HOPES OF I latlon of that title I 110.f't coast: I
I they cnit'd grow to advantage paid I O W. CONNIK. PreprletsrTanrln ." .
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BETTER SEASON hotter ihin potatoes she;, wo..ildn o Lame Back Florida, 1
I I stick to the latter jut because they !
The mackerel fishing season. now sere used to that kind! of e,up. hut USE ALL THE I Or M. I tURSANK Ag. Miami, Florida. !!
prsctlca'ly at an udb been the This aJmem li usua'ly caused by I
v orrt
: Ith's port. It... said at the beflnnlrg In hlrh there was more money"But I cu-ed by applying Chamberlain sTain I other vermin win do th* work j
just think of It once<< more'Three McVMll sm*. of 8t
; of the neaaot that there were Balm two or three time a day
thousand bushels of Johns heiwlll .
announce that
yam po- .
: I. i many houses In the business tot and rubbing ihe parts vigorously at
I I'h're iiatoes from six acres of 71rlila und Introduce a bill In the next LP gsla- --
eke tt profitable nthppllcatton.. If this doe not
I' Aa a potato specislist. Dan Prescott tare providing for the election Of aboard
Is little doubt this true.
was afford relief bind a piece of flannel Miami nj-i- t
ism the catches have b-n so few, 'I Is at the head of the procesloa.and or road commissioner. who slightly dampened with Pain

snll and far between. that the pre1t I we are almost Inclined to nominate shall cause to be surveyed and built Balm and quick refer la almost
tlon was sot given an opportual him for Governor Men of far less three great highwav of common sure
t. to prove correct The eatreme- I[,anility to the commonwealth are be- travel one of them a rock road from to fo'low For sal by Biscayne Drug WALL 4 McGOWAN. Props. "
Co and
b' mild weather la he'd responsible1 log mentioned In that connert'on." Pensacola. to Jacksonville another all druggist .

f'.- the poor eMrh**. It allowing the ADd.... believe the belief. of the from Jacksonville to Miami and! the Iris Street Xear R. R.. Miaail, Fla- rR

f "i to stay antlered and range too Democrat Is correct There la more third from Jacksonville to Tamp.. Itching PilesIf

fout to m to be taken Many Iia Florida land than Ms e-r bran 'ont'nolDI! )fr. McWIlHams' bill von are acquainted with anyone afartrer of "'

c. the enpoM-r on account of thee rotten out and If the Slat had will recite that the Board of Commissioner who I I. troubled with thus ::I'ttresleg .

onnt of anonev lnvr.if'<1. and 'h" more m"n like Prescott It would be of State Institutions. at the ailment you can do him no
I .t of m.l.t,III'1f their boIoI and far better off.I.keland expiration of the present leawo( the g-eater favor thai to tell him to try All Kinds of i(

c w, have lout hravl'v: I' --- convicts<< shall: \ lease one-half of! the Chamberlain Salve ti give IMatant -

1", tv v Ir" rot! dtrnnr'.ted; < Is having trouble alsowtih onvirt*. but the remaining one halt relief This ta've mi c.:"tsore Soft Drinks .:

I .. >.. .**>r "evil: P. 'h", Tl"-t" I tt-r c'tv rhartrr and there Ul .hall b.. e'enio'ed ender the three n1pnl'. totter and alt rhen'nPrice

i, r I"' 'f>,HP, will. 1 tx' made up and 'I n' rrtnt It 'n the t.ost.'areh t ro4 *<.,r., teen' otv A *"ri tn .ft .h< :2t cent For .,t. n' tdriuxiaU .
i PoniiLO'r"'O .
a r e '" l u u.) or made anew out., .' de..4 from the Hire of pne.r..Ler1.a.a and UIC4: na prod to


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P' GEq THE. MLULI Mxrnorus. FRiftTMIISCiI1,1007. .



Forest Fires spent In hooking over .his nada aJ I Ivertlstd {
Are Still
Rev. W. T. Bundick
rapped Many of the narrower p..1, commun:n Smral bun)

aces tx.Iween will be ness mere were talk. d t 11 1."ardn. ,
: keys I.TWEIIIYFiVE these And dredx are DOW at work Troubling Homesteaders profited 'or the season aid all seel| Talked At lemon city
YEARS AGO HE FIRST I SAW THIS SECTION OB them I i hop ftil IIf a great: season This' I

The loners te arches<<, are now being: has prey d to be good: plof'.ppleIndl l I r
construing IK ween l.ont and Conch: or.n e 't nd r. well as for rnl"D1'' '.

tlon of the country-la shortening Keys, where boat one hundred and I homestead Fla.. Feb. 22-Mr. I tegftaril: the 1I:*t occupation<< of ttesettki 1: Leuion City Feb. 22 -Rev. 'Ili'I

and Improving: them between important 1C ghty will be required I Most of Gilbert Pary returned to ul* home *. I.aot T. Hiindtck the noted tvmlernr -

H ReaJixiBC Its Great Possibilities Be points. this bringing' cities and !'these are fifty feet, others sixty; 18'are I liD Key \Vest on Wednesday after a I - i .. I Ic urer cave a vary Inttrvsfiaic ,1.

town Into
B Begun; Its Development-Bow Be other and up nlrg up new land fore vail of about 2S more ar<' up Great Walter T... eedell 'Crops At Pompano In'h Baptist Church lam Sunday :
"' ,.lem'I .t giving transportation fa- dlfPen't' has been experienced In Mr. W. J Krome w is In Home' night' "<' inunh ... a.I I fillvl'
1 Has Proceeded From St. Augustine etb'k l 's to farmers and manuracturr : reaching: : the keys vest of RIll: Pine Mead on llnndav ("omlnlh./ r.. Hum with .It ntlve lute tier-tab.> sboel

Ke) The water between them In a Kf> I..TKO to look after his titenIW ; I Coming Along Nicely their iprrtlMtlon 0' his remarks.! b' .

B -HU Extension Project Via Keys In a aim I hr manner Mr Henry M (series' of rocky lagoons: that had to orange grove ,hp clot at eotion lacy gate '10 ha I

1 F plr/ whi has built nearly' four be blasted to permit boats or died* Mr Httiry M Hagtr and party ubj.f-t
Tip Key West hundred mil I s of railroad almost enur I'* to get near the ke>'.. acre In I,r 'n R few' hour un Monday \'rn! Ml u" b.s rc,'ntlpn< \W*! >-dh" t",:

L through; a barren coun:' The excavators In use are doing ext of thin seek' viewing the work of I II 1'01011'11110 H I I'' P.'i li 2" --Crop* poll o..n.d by Mrs. Meyerwt 1 .'
I g: up 'In land W sit tier* for cultl '<< 11-nt work There are seven each the extension operation are comiue, along\ v.-y 1I1'l'ly.t Mr*. Me)era and daughter, Urah

tai 01.. now extending this road 'capable<< of llftlar a cnMc yard of I Mr. Parlin and tun father and Pompano_ Th'ngs are Just bumming : :tr C-'. expect to (rare soon. fur C.sau..:...
t'J the most. !!southern point of landn dirt at each dump a lift a minute I Home brother of the }late H A. Harlln who and III' first ui the mouth .111 re they will Join .W r' M..)t.-r-
It U now nearly t."lItJ-II\'e year | the Coped States .n order to short of these are mounted on wheel : lost his life In the October storm see two dozen grooer >ni|'ping: and remain for in IndeOnlte period. ry
sane Mr Henry M' Flagler ftrst saw B the distance between this country I that they may be more readily moved are expected to arrive In a few day their crops 'I.'d. I There was a very enjoyabi pilule" ,

the East Coast of Florida realized (rid Cuba and Jamaica. and going along Many of the keys overwhich I to look after the property owned by Mr II. Campbell and Mryse! over to the Beach today. and many "

Its gust poMlbllliles and Aeiermlaed ,far her ode d with a line of steamers the road will pass and other their decenaed son and brother pent Saturday lu Mimi on bust ,of the young people. of Lemon pit)
to transform at least a part of It Into |f om Key West to Colon. bringingthe "adjacent to them are capable of cultuition I. i Mr Roberts baa
a great winter play ground nvlng 1 South American republic borderIng Cocoanut groves: pineapple work in Mr V" M. OrennOln /grove nessMr L. R. moak spent Monday and pent a most peasant day :a

some of his vast wealth for the par on the Pacific Ocean nearer to'' fields and citrus: fruits are easily which 's Bow looking very flm- The la Miami. and w'. n. to Jacksonville !! *.no' h..- picnic will be arraag'd; for -..;

pos. says the St. Augustine Tattler. this countr)". Improving; mall and val grown on them. Some of the larger' bean In )lr. Grennell farm are Tuesday on business very MM.n as these :affairs are pro\

He knew that men and woman of u b. express. fcllt! e* with them I'('' keys have resident owner who are ,, ready to pkkMr Mr held of the firm or W. J. .1 l ling, very entertaining ones beside :,
large means. accustomed to luxurious ''b.s Increasing; trade relations between offering land for yle. Key Went ,, SIllier ('. Wentworth a prowl) S. H. Davenport ot New York spent i I IJtoaday being a recreation. ,
living:. could only be Induced to come them and this country Is a quaint city with a perfect: ell: nent business man of bmunhtonMSHH. In town and Tuesday droveto I: There w II be a dance<< In Filer't ti:j

here Instead of going abroad If their! I "> mate. Aa entire )ear has passed .. is the pleaM.nt gqe..i of Mr Boynton with Mr Dick Gardner packing hoar tonight. celebrating
: b project to construct railroad (
daily luxuries were provided. He across I the Florida' Keys a from the there without rMn and the water and :Mrs. J. A. Uoper Mr \\ent )lr. Reid came her via Havanafrom Washington. birthday. brought: :

then determined that here in St AngTirtloe I ma nland to Key West distance of I I problem ws atone time serious. but worth Is delighted with this connlr I New York He thinks we nave !about by some young: geut:emen from
he would rear a superb hotel a I Irs the d'fflcultv: has been overcome and ': >. th"
r1va'Ing the palaces of Europe Its 121 miles ol careful was et dec'drd upon and after .th. city has undoubtedly a great: future two feet of coos on the !ground ,, have In Cuba I II I j Tomorrow afternoon Saturdat' J
mate study
furnlshines' and appointment makIng -' Man serious engineering problem before It. when he 'left his elate The bright; I I I )Ir. Pancnast of A. CancoXiio. of I the JJrd. these wll bet mother sale ('

It the peer of the moat elegant wee) sots: d and others have been I Mr. J. C. Meredith constructing<< fumhlnt. and balm air! lire a rev 'Philadelphia' spear Tnseday here :Iof home made cakes. plea, dough ;.1

northern home The Ponce de LOBwa met and conquered since the workbe I' engineer I* In charge: of the construction '' latioo to him and'bl' contemplattaloeating iwltr! Mr I. II. Burton of DelravMr note, briad end aprons. This SUM

the result and struck a keynote th short road stretchIng work Mr Krome I* his her.'. Ralph H ...>. of Jacksoavtjlz 'la I given by th ladles Aid rincletvand : i
that has tprevd aroead the world an from plac key ng: to a key over miles of I' aat.t.nt. and they hate had houses A f.'w frcndi' offr. and Mrs ,,pi.,.t TUi'"ay .t New River and '' the money derived from the'sale.will '' t

The Ponce de Leon node" way. the re among the prinrln engineering I built on Upper Metacumble Key and Charles Undner nee .ntertained In rune up here In the evening, leaving: toe used for the purchase<< of (.newt
have brought their families tbHp.I I formally nrenl'y ai their pretty } "''fs for the church 'I
two separate narrow gauge railroad fats of the century \\ hea completed for \\ --t Palm Beach Wednesday << tThere
Camps have been extabllthod tor laborer and hoapllable| home Mr. and Mr. j IsV of be s
emu nln sort competltioa<<
between Jacksonville<< and St Angustine I' will! u-do btelly fill a unique place I < .
and here and Palatka were par the gre-t ial'roads of the oa ken con.'olt'nt to ,he 1.Induer' lire enthnsl iMIc: musicians | The old bligh packing:: house I.ra' sweep the ladles and grnt.rmea of I .
among ,
ch..d practically reconstructedand land -o e nf wor''wl'I.t..reat andb work houses erected sad commissarystores and rendered et-ell'lit music on the i dir nearing completion, but the he B ,ptlst lIl1r('''. The! forme \ are .

,-qu pled with modern rolling efit that will alcce 't among the ( estab'Iabed. I I piano and violin which.. was greatlynj : U. 'nnsolldmed Fruit Company house trying to raise enough money to! tllI.:0:
Beyond or outride of the line of "v" d UT th' RH ate. Mrs. Und ..
b new seats for the whllfl the
stock The apology for a road *- g eM fampirtation projects of the' Is mil' In a drlapldated condition i..
tweea Pabtka and Ormond was rebuilt '. I keys! on which the road I. being constructed nor I I. an exceptionally<< itemed: IM'r ''We hair the Consolldited! has quit lat'e'r 1 are Irving to raise moo r toe

.. and equipped the hotel at Or- ag: les a reef or natural break former on the \101,1. t.I glut refrtsh ''I' mitt met the fate It deserved. It II the edifice Each<<' are trying to.ger I
4 Keyet the southern terminal wsuer that will ai4 materially In : meats were ser\ed and the partywas !.
the requisite sum first
moad was enlarged and improvedand wa got i 'n up In deceit. mlsieprenlatlon j
.* th ono t southern city: la the Unit making the operation of train on i a most pleasant one I pmane
All the doing well and
crops are
opened the same year the Ponced.L'na II' and with a man to rua It
'ed "tat.It. has a fine harbor _and tibia road safe and pnctlal. I There .rill ImA a i..ft. .i..t.hlittp... service thelrweg|
"' i have begin shipping It
w > January, ItfiS I who knew nothing about the bud
;"Po.1I0kft" St. Augur I I* an important naval station ion j -B tntbiort on the East Coast : by.R'j': K: kdwards. of Lemon I nes You night' as well hire a I eta b IK*.
h Increase In value since the |I Ral'road ha not been confined to the'City. Sunday afterniion Services will Ira
-- -
In ISIS word have hoc maker and
tire x* It was : to run roust paper ex
panl-h-Ame-Ic a War It Is just tIIa the entire I be Id hereafter eaei.Sunday
hi rl"l1II'.rly
lextena'on. During sum :
It On the day the great It dl"I I".I.. Its all
reeogrlsed fret to pay < over
.. f om Hsv na the most Import IlK'and autumn gangs of workmen ,. a different minister at each
hotel opened There had been acre j I I however It wa* only another "bura"lor
,sat eoom're el e ty of the West In were camped along the road practlelly service SOMETHING ABOUT
and scrs of lard reclaimed. a stattoa the fel\ ow who ws foolish ] f
(dies, and Is lh' nearest point to Co- reconstructing I .It, the roadbed I Forest ft.bue caused: a great'deal I ;
beautiful tropical gardens. enough to listen to the oilytongueof
ton. the eastern terminus of the Pan :Improved, new ties laid and new.1.1I of trouble and anxiety the pastweek .
paved streets, walks4he i, I : a great hand khsr: "r1h .
Irma Railroad! la the country Key much heavier rails down A* The and parties who
put party
apteadld bath, called! into ,' I I Sample B.oa.. and Mr McEl' : BOYNTON HOTEL :
W at is tit mlls nearer Coon taaaiTrmpa
this work prtfereseea ballast rock i are doing the mischievous work are
existence as though: touched<< by I roy. of Charlotte \. C spent Thursday
trains I 214 nearer ban Mobile and was put on This' wa brought from laid to be known and are being
magic wand, and soon long here These gentlemen ownplnerles
awe I|'N-W Orteca. and 471 miles Miami where in Immense crusher Is', watched and If apprehended at their I 1
of splendidly equipped cars Just north ..{. town and expert
without l than .. III constant use This work will be work\ will be severely dealt with
through: from Sew any to make Pompano their home
and modern inter resort It I* Impossible to eateu'ate the resumed when the heavy winter (traf I IBe Mr. George and Fred KoscI will Boynton Feb 2S-One of the moat i
change a I .ta the near future."Crncker"
had been Uunched advantage this road will be to the stops and wMI extend the entire I be the hostesses at a burn dance I I I Mien of the National popular resorts along the east const :
la comparatively short time the ( government In case of war. Key I length of the road making it one of Saturday evening February 22rd |I ,Is the Boynton Colony on the ocean
a Biscuit Company Wednesday
Florida East Coast Railroad was extended 'West as aa inlaid base of supplies the finest la the country : and a most enjovable time I* looked :I I here. Speut I{, beach twelve mile south of PahnI .

to Daytona aaa tater to Titus- I If bat 40 boar distance from Wash )lr. J. R. Parrott vice-president ;, forward to by those who are to attend Messrs Turner A Miller have located I I Beach Under the efficient: maaage-: Iti

vllle and a line of steamboats oper I I Ingten sad Itr Importance while the and general manager of the Florida (I : their tie camp west of here i 1.meat i of the Boynton Hotel 1 Co. b* .' .
atf'Ci on the Indian river in connection Pa ama Canal Is la progress of oua tat Coast Railway.. Is practically n 1 Mr FrankVlggins I* exported out toward Ices Centre! I Mr. \.E. Parker res'dent maaageri .

with It; Mr. FUgicr then went ta |I struct Ion and when la operation ecutlve officer of the extension. his home Saturday from a week visit Cool nights !alf'I'arm days. i:i the hotel has grown: from a were t'
[ acknowledged-executive- ability enab I Iring la Lemon Clt I : to large to data and ".
Palm Beach: and saw immense poml must be potent to every oae. ) Pew all Vera Good w No., dwelling a up .
f Nevertheless this work him to overcome the almost unsurmountable I hotel .beside. there are set
blllfe there. that Is about fo rt* B f fjears I Important k"'h. All happy. No drnut So popular
I will be the achievement of ditOcu'tes; that con i I In connection with the
IB a vr* abort time another one maa all I era cottages e"
ago we arc content Keep Jack Frost
winter resort destined to become H.I'> Mr FUgVr who has spent stantlv arise In this Important .work !M Stuart Is Unsurpassed away l,hotel situated along the rldg. South ;?

the most fashionable on the ]!rears in considering tile problem the Mr. H. M. Flagler:' IS 'n constant jot the hotel and occupied each year r
idl'ferent routes presented and now t ti touch: with the work. familiar with --- I
continent ma HUbl.becI. With every (from the beginning: of the season o
pleasure and amusement provld |i that route and place have been det the deta'ls and solving many important As A Fishing Resort the end. ."

ed large. perfectly equipped ap to- I J tf'rm'a-d on Is with his own personal question t Jottings and Jolts The hotel situated a* It I I. faclag ;!
dale hotels were reared Instead ofpalaces !l fortune and at gigantic; expense coa ---- I the ocean to the east oa be ridge .

and they were ralarg.rd to .lra llI& It. Giving his constant attentlon \IHITKD c.\n nOIUJI.\ i iI I Is Used. by mariner a great: 01..1 I a.
to the study of method to I Stuart. Feb. 22 Stuart I I.. From
meet the demand for more room. : Busy Boynton 'a land mark and the sight! from the 'I'
With this last resort established combat the difficulties met with aad !Miami loang People IndulgedB i i 10 "WI'I I t:. Work for he fine ad hotel veranda out over the ocean ,f ..

th East Coast Rsi'roafl still practl ,thi at an age when most men ofwalta Out Ing There HusxUy vertlHe-ment he gave our little villa:** I (one never to be forgotten as even ..

ally the property of One man. wa are pawing; their days tn lax in his note on county: division W .- n.---:: ; boor In the day IIrnl: aomefbin' ,oj
nrious ease enjoying the fruits of 'hope read It and to all we Boynton W. won (
more than three hundred miles long .A party of Mian I young ladles, many bay ''to :hi vision to the gazers: from lh., I
sptendldlj equipped. and during:: the their previous hard work. and gentlemen indulged Monday lu 'rainy besides Grover Cleveland know der bat George Washington would veranda. Surf balling I I. oe of ,lh 1
winter months. four trains operatedsaeh Actual work on the extension! be a trio to Cape Florida. leaving: tae I btnart la unsun\> fced in the South asa I think of the County Division and the'|'moat pleasant features

...; dally. I j jgaa> about the first of January 1105.I Royal Palm dork' In the specious( resort for those who seek pleasure! 'Vet or Uiy election: If he should 1 ') with the hotel. and large ronneeten nurnt>ers "}
And most Important of all along I'and bu been pushed as vigorously alI from hook and line If we had the come l o Ilse.Messrs. .
launch: Lofle W.. about *' SO and I '
lake the
dip In breakers I
a th :
th. line of the road where all hVd |11 pos'Ible A great deal of time wa | large hotel we tto ninth need. ro.IIYm..r. Martin and Parker who Chet ..
been banva wastetowas and villagesprang I A basket lunch '
.. Into *xls.enue. vegetable !gar liogeth] r fof performing the work wa eat. party of fishermen ca lie from sptnt Monday and Tuesday In !Miami i t i the weather Is too COOT td pre .
ried and most pleasant day nt [
*D edge barges towing laancbea I a | Pierce taking in the slights. but rent bathing
dens pineapple Be d*. orange grotetwrre < J Furl last wetk and each f1 they were
Mdlng their f'ults for the support I !pile drivers and tugs were required at this picturesque: point. The bill caught( a barrel full of .heej .hesd. |i 'read lo return to Boynton after a I 1 I The cuisine' of lie hotel I. i.el .S

of srttlers. When freeze and Iia I| great numbers. The amount 01 of'fare included nary everything: A large party I Is at the Riverside,1 two days nip They, expre** them ''lent' in fact for .u-mtantlitl l. 'fresh ":,

frott rome and all I I. destroyed It ha material required for the five sad imaginable from pickle to olives 1 i: fur a month of fth'ng And are taking I I""selves a* highly pleased with Miami I I,' food the Boynton bas no equal I Th.'vegetables .. .:

been Mr FlagVrho; helped a brother seventy-eight hundredth miles! of to broiled chicken: ending up with advantage of every' minute Among and surrounding country. |' used on the table. o' he I Me

man to start again (
Rill the end l 14 not yrl soon the 100 cubic yards of sand, 28C.800 bar- Those In be party were: Miss Nesork torn. Jones. Washing; Anthony of West Palm u.-ull.1|from 'the Urge; vrgetabk' farm >TMT
advantages of a town-/ a railroad refs of hydraulic cement. 1'C..00 Falria DeCaJnp. )Ilea Rand Miss' ton, ; )lr. and )HIXHlmmons and were tn town on Important brsliem'sled b) the hotel company Auuthiilutreig

terminal f'\nut't't'tllt with Key West cubic yards of stone and 4.810 tons ladle \\heeler. Miss Moray. MIllS'Irhildrtn, of New Jerse*'. The party ''one daY. last week !'' feature for holding gneits lathe

by steamer induced Mr Flagler to lof steel >. N'aa WHIard. Mine. Eva Yarborough have two boat. one romnmnd.-d by I )lr.\ R. Rogue. of Miami. want! excellence of the water pro mires a

build <& tolls more road. reaching<< : I A base of vnp'lea has now ,been Mist Java Ross Miss Site Marco. Capt. hitch. of Atlantic<< Cit) and In I town Tu. &II.,. looking after from well not fifty free distant ,from t

Miami a city now eleven year mud I lestablihed on Kalght a Key for the Miss Katherine Cnllom and Messr I It lone by Mr. 1. linings. of Fort I buda*'ss afHlr of Chase Co.. wh 1"1:<< the bOld This water h... prov''n i.. ;
with broad.paved strcwts fine water 'storage of material. A dock (00 feet t J. H. Mercer. Frederick II Hand Pierce ; >firm hi resent*, be a most ..11..1....' tonic and > o'lute '

system eortric light plant street t I bv one 178 feet has bees constructed Jr. C. W. McGee. J.- Oilman RoyH. I Just ask an) of these |esgdr'.bat, t Mt I"i'B. Murray and uncle :\Ir.1' cure' for kidney trouble is i

can betmtlfcl I drives, banks shop there are nineteen feet of water at I Dar,,_. ,John A Gardneril: 'they think of fishing it :Stuart. This i n.'I .v. land Ohio spent shown by 'the analysis of he Stale
and h.iiels aame given the landing! and wad. rock. cement: t ter Welch fred Gatil:us. and \\' : has been the best week for blue fb :Monda* ant -In. ml'y lgbt. seeing la
It, Th Magic'Cn) ." and steel ate stored there A large L. Braselton I land a dozen boat can lie setn dally! flttti. Mr A. h Parker. (he manage :e

A line of steamers Is now operated I lank holding thonsaada of gallon Mr. cad Mrs Everest G. Sewell I I moving about while with a teed '\MIIIMori," forgot in h's artl. I la a gentleman. .lIolt..llie exr< llen .

to Key West -aBnlbef to Nassau. lof!I water has been erected oa BigPine were the Invited guests of the daysnd srlass. one can me Ib fishermen rapIdly 'ile In the Mttropn recently that ]habit of making and holding n1 ends If

where a perfect modern uptodatehotel Key and water stored there for gallantly acted as chaperone: drawing: In the fl.h These fell, 'there.. are other. H-onk in the would and hi* guess usually rtemoti'Irate i
make the quaint eapltol of the I distribution This was formerly carried entertalslng the party or young people for five cent !per I p tand and !'t doe i ,IM> Flakier < .>. who have an axe to their opinion of the hotel and Inral ay:

Bahamas an Ideal winter resort. And In tank boats from Miami to the for an hoar at their home otter not iu thi least detract from the' grind besides those living at Westt I |Itv bv turning to It end yet 4r a-

now after more than twenty years of j different camps. the day's trip. l.lejimire to relve a ihielc ol from Palm Bench \Pi not forget that I nun aa Us doors are ."........ U ,10. .,.
constant effort to develop sad improve -I Of the 121 miles of roadbed be -- ten to Sty dollars tot a few da)'' ,,, Ilornton and 1h ray are worthy of''public \

the mat Important undertaklag lt ween Homestead and Key West the Will CowdsH-t Another. Sale "..ort. Von who are *|M>rtMii<'n stopever i some consideration lie surely knew '
following: are a few '(t tb late .
I. under way But that Is *a-: greater part of It. about <( mites. 1s Mr. A. Frank representing the ,. here and try our fishing,:; and the that Bobble Rousseau ;at Boynton '',arrivals' at the Bovnton Mr (Gen .'
otter story Ion the 1 ae of keys. consequently on Southern Factory and Mills Syudl fine table of the rcn'orlb Hou e and Johnny Sandy. at Delray. ire In >
I H.| Furry. Cleveland : Mr. K.I I J
In addition to these Important pub- natural groued Here embank : rate of Boston MaM. Is In the city I That Stuart In still a hunting ground I good mining for oSlce<< both holding Wbaley aDd wife Flint Mesh I Mr .
t, lie works. Mr Flagler has spent many meats have been thrown ap and rock arranging for another sale to take a* well as fishing resort is shown b) the resp>>n>uble nositlon of 1'011I11111"lum..n ; ,
(0 Brlen Atkinson Mr N M Ho'aronand
thousands( dollars n the State thatiBdlrwtlr rd and more tUB SO per cent, of I place at the Empire Dry Goods !Ia purl) of two bringing in two fine from their respective districts ,
.as been", a great benefit toIt Ilb'j1 grading Is completed About IS I(igtore. This will commence on detr I|1 They would really like a trifle larger wlf. Port Huron Mich JMnJ -
C ('bllttm10 Mr ;
la 8t Augustine:Be built two miles I* oa Key Laufo the. first reach I March S tlot ; for several I hmlth Th.. Pie Man" from :Nash plum but would'be content with be- I Douglas l 1 t
htedmme churches rooting tbousand. after lesrlag the mainland Here i vllle Iron left for points, north on i InK "judge" or something "m.tI" .\ Oonglas and wife Miss Marl"iDouzlaiw >
led: day earler. It will be rcmemhered .
of dollars. that all1 be perpet track has been laid moat of the !', at flrM That all right, Bill we Mr A B Jenkins ng'N .
nal monuments to m'Bi When the 101'stance and work train are passing : Mr. Frank conducted a similarsale I Mr. 8el er and family have gone to know ]'ournllmenl.. are with ust' J ()r. R Cull'r. Boston) M (.

.Id Cathedral wa partially dentrov over rt. I at the same place about a yearago. their home near PMIidelhlj, where hen If you d.> have to play In )'I\ur.T. S Howe and wife. Chl ag.Mr >.

.-.1 by Ore la H<*. a magntnc giftof The road oa the mala land south ofHomestead Mr. H lxer ha a tery :srge ap ;.trytbat own yard. I IMr Horace<< Hill Orange. N J I M'A ;
17&.OOe helped' to rebuild It. .'' la almost completed and I --- demands hU attention. Glenn of )Miami was In town D Fore and wlf'. Trvntoij. \ ,
Church stands within few day It became possible NOTICE TO CREDITORS I ; Mr O \ 7lainiers sad wil d
The Baptist on a Mr and Mrs Daugberty. of s) raCUM Wednesday on hu lnes. .
ground he gave \ little church at .I to cross the bridge over Jewfish Iin I Court of the County Judge.State .. S. Y. and )Ir. and Mrs Dar ', Born to Mr and Mrs Kit!: ('an pbvllednesdi Mr Chits H Ca'judy and wife. M'' ".

Palm Bench Is Is bus rrt Al Wedcalm creek which separate Florida from 'I! of Florida, Dade county er of New York City. are our Uil., \\' ) a sonMr J \ Elder and wile. Altoona. Pa '
H-aoh he constructed a hand i Kev largo Mr. Flagler. Mr. Parrott'i la re Estate of Matilda A Moffat arrivals and Mrs Junes \ McKay! Mr and Sirs Sh.IIDklr IV. ""

oaie earn lery' at great expense. A and a party of friend crossed iTo i) all creditors, legatee. dlstrlbu Th' )!lMII. Foster IH'nl[ Tmsdayand ..Arv en'ojable' dance Ir their Mrn f1,><>th. Mr J I'n ,-

rtisrca: at Miami was built largely :onto the key on Thursday. aa event I! tees and all persona baring claim. \\ednrsdav seeing 'he eights at I n.'w barn Friday night 't'Ity Mrs Hla.'k Kill: River' MuMr t

..I his expense .Ml done quietly I :that must have been very satufac-j i j I or demands against said estate; Palm that h. Th,'y ire here from i lloyiiton is enjoying: a very t>ujreii < Xlntdav Knntitle Mr .11.i

and without onIJltl"a.! lory to both gentlemen You and each of you are hereby L't'ca. S. Y for th. winter ''m this jear. even better than, Mr hnelrt and wife Rnff11 ." '.
It vms he tat,'DtKW oHdnallT\ tot i Grading Is completed on Key West !I,I notified and required to present any Several! cruising parties have returned r
|t lu, Ihls' arttcl. something about Snmmerland Key State Key and s ;,iclalms I<< and demands which you orlefther from the Indian river toe Hotel always attract and when .v sited rime. Fall Khr Maia Mr .IIi <;
r Mr nagWn:. prrsonaluy but In s | number of smaller ones. Of the! reI I' of ton may have against theelate !' our beiutlfiil. I St "m le Kl\rr once. I lh management; are always i lirull..rl (HuKilo ('r,1 Merthan

hort speech he.. made on I the Ont ofrh 'I ma nina *0 miles of road to be eon' of Mtillda A. Moffat deceed *.- Mr Corbel has bull a pretlt < ol Pure that another lesson will *.... N..t Palm' n'lI' 1. M nr'"nMa .

veer ti" Mid: "I lo"rn-d ear's'n ,structd nearer six of It will be over I late of hade r.nnty Florida. to Cage a..nwn the river the people return r..' I 11..) tuna1Rl '
life that I was tot a ......alt..r and 'o n'--cie arches than span the deepwater M- Walter Kltrhlng and family --- ---
the undersigned admlnlsiratrlx ofsaid ,
t rm" ''''-'' to be a dner" s1 l It I| between Long Key aad Coach<< ..II bin '' are nirdln a month at Soabreeie : Will IUM (..nV n Ihpe.'.I N C'. 1'jtwltl...
estate tao from
thought best to penult J>l* dada' to ,' Key HU..08 feet: Kn'ltbt..It..,. chan heronftk years i \- Mr Hitching Is a planter a- wel. 1! the large; spare<< of ;ground: .in th" ad'm'rt.. \ Marks I I.ft "'. i'J
the date .
fnrh fur bin twwKtorkte I eel. ,:308 feet; Moser Key channel ,, as merchait h., can leave l>est In Carl tide of Avenue D sontfa ..f ( heailroad IIenA ., tut 'orl 1'bnr ah'frr I. ;t
i (Swat .\, **.... .7 toe bet. and lUhla Honda chan >ted Miami .'a.ov..mbt'r: :::11.' ihe winter
Fetal I i track ,trading to the Rural! :no s It' ". ""r.1 1V I' r.-tD...." "
The great Mllrofd companies of nel V F.O feel Rome of thane dis- A. D 10. Mr R. McPherson took a part ot Pilm' Hotil ?tar b.-<.n hnmed off. > hn w ,,11 .... 'rr.1: at 'the p"_ tern
Ih'4 notiw'rT! are assutiltr eipendlm 'lances will be covered bv embank u I'I Jennie \. BriwsierdinlnlstratrlT went) np the north fork. a* fr as and l I. l>. loa; rl'ared t.. Mr I uf ?..r ,he ,"r. i'it ent'rt : Chit 0\\'pla, :

.-1 lions .f moner la xteBdlns their meat Where the! water IK shallow : ,\ n.tlyd of e' T \[<'rrlhtr."T .
I'u.f Into new undeveloped ser the.e arc 'brown nn (tad th !a rip- Matilda <. Voffat. droraned bountiful dinner some time gas product I:-w w'..,1. ago. :



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I Ii The Washington Birthday Germanl I CAUGHT BY THE GRIP-- :

, l L!he professions i I II ,I At Royal Palm A Decided Success !I I'I RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA *:I


." #. ''I' Affair Was Conducted In AD Original And Unique Manner-Mr. And Mrs. ':

, WILLIAM WALUS ERWIN ', E. G. Sewell Given Prizes For Being First Couple On The Floor. I Ii La Grippe Is Epidemic Catarrh.THK !

now as 'grip'
; SOUCtTM IS CHAfcClltr I I! | to be called 'influents.'

v 43 1-2 TwtlfU Street I F" om I>.m ..lrOl"I\\.. F..b 2.1TM : Admiral Tryon (Tommy Tradddle ,: 11 very closely resemble a cold but In I d '
Title Issunscd Std(. rata(, Fieri* I much anticipated annual \\'aiihinsion 011 lamps I nothing doing, ) In :, more tenacious tn Its hold upon the 1

I a birthday ball al the Royal charge: of C. F. Snyder system and produce more profound din

JR.. R. E. CHATii, I Palm, Hotel .tart l night was' the crown.vent Ordinary! lanterns In charge of It I turbances. | I sv
. tna of the wanon ftstlvlnes C. Vaughn!: trip I* In reality epidemic catarrh.I
und fully in hundred .....,p.llpllt'd I
DENTIST. Investigating!: committee: D. FGarrison When It one begins It spreads over the
J I t 10 the mellom stritin< of the 'vihestrauntil 0. H. Wf ae, A. J. Stone country: very rapidly. I I

(I"6.r .. \\ &1". 1",101, .C one otlock. this morningManag.r A. T.. Simpson: J. S Newbury, E : I People do not catch the grip from each ':
I lift
W. Merrill
'1 I....... A..imr Dtiul Itch MrtrtMIAMI. effort undone Henry $cn-tary and treasurer W. F. atmutphere.Mest ,
(ear one lone: to be remembered. by I
FLOLRDA.u I his guest, and to further the un'qne- Nut. effective Medicine Ever Tried tjf T

n...s of tae event dime novels of the On the outride of the dance program far La GrtMRobt. *.- I'
r. ATxnrson 'Old Sleuth's 01l"n" variety were : the following unique InscriptIon I L. MadUon A. M., Principal of -I
uvd tr dance programs, for the gentlemen : made the affair as Informal a.I I ('wlo.b..lI\ah School, Painter S. ('.. 5t
ATTORNEY AT LAW. and "Nursery Rhvme" books Manager!!: Merrill wished It to be: "In- U chairman of the Jackson County / 5- G.Ar_,

j 1 SS.i osanyaaetag and mere given to the ladies formal Ball February 12. 107. at Board of Education.:: r
::::& =.: Till... ranted Inside of ttiese were the the Hotel Royal Palm Miami Florida J.NMwov
H. Is a writer of occasional and
*eun P Mir is Terse +
rfl t>4ee U \\r.Uti... namea of the committee on different Don't wait fur the grand march. has contributed a aamh of Usdlng
functions, also the order of the They ain't goln' to be none. Whenthe
MIAMI FLORIDA paper. and magastaes,-rellgkxu, educational
dances band starts the first couple on .
Following mat tile order of the the floor gUs a prlie We ain't her and secular.In {
committee: fee atyle. It's up to you to havo a speaking of Peraaa, Mr. Madison
GILLESPIE ENLOE, Dentist On management for the owners: good time. Get bOf)." aays A q
I Henry W. Merri'l. IB accordance muh Inatruction, "1 am hardly ever without Penua la
on'lca ROCU: bom. 111 th. mol .ff.cUv. medicine
,.... ... ..s. rill. Starters-: Cecil Prouty. Bin bl r. the first couple on the floor afte. my n'I
I Knorken-: Everybody not having the muse started received prise: I that I have evsr tried for la grlpp ,
h idniui ca.w.itirin.; :.ei.vardMIAMI a good: time. These went to Mr. and Mr. Ever-1 I "It also eared my wife of Basal ca -

FLORIDA. { Judge: A, U Robblns. Alfred et G. Sewetl. who unconsciously' I tarrh. Her condition at one time was

Elliott. B.. ShlDkle were the first couple to start dancing I neb thai she could not at night breath The Medkd I
On relief: Gen B. D. Spllman. A. after the music started Mrs. Sew- rough her nostrils."Inconsequence .

MAtTTHS, M. D, P. M'scy, John G'amllng. Wm. C. ell, mat awarded a hanlsonve gold | an Inflamed condition Prolusion ;.
fl.W. Elliot. Char'es A. Smith Henry W. bracelet Inlaid with amethyst, while ,I of the throat was brought about, Recognizes 0 ,
Xoznopath1.n.: Merrill Capl. J. 0. Morgan. ( Mi Sewell received a fine pair of ,, getting wone and worse and yl.ldlag '
Miss. Orrra: .... D.$14 .... C Senator Camden will bar chargeof .11:014: cuff buttops, wltb the horse to no remedy until Ptruaa wa trUd. The Grip as '
...... ....4.. .. the Virginia's Reel. head design. I Epidemic t ,
ha. "t.'r. alra run On Decorations: Capiain J. C. 1 The dance continued to a late hour rlealtky MKMS Mcmbraws.Tbove .
a y r...uaa.. Rhode. John Kllgour. E. 8. HArt. I and was one of the most enjoyable who are fortunate enough to CmtMtrlt. I / f+
Chief ElectriciansGen. 8.C La... sad largely patronized ever given bv I have perfectly: healthy mucous membrane ap.j

rence, GOT W. L. Douglas. the Royal Palm management and on I ordinarily do not estch the Up. I I . II H
y Jon a. F&ZDWCIi, White lights In charge of Capt. D. thin ansplcons occasion. I The mucous membrane the ,
During an eptdmic o( grip ""'. ""Tuj yean ago I began Wag Peruna.i 1\ ,
:" CIVIL ENGINEER W. lawrence.Blue The Halcyon Hall and the various nose, throat and lungs, when In a should b* .- The do*** reeoaanvMKtw .1 sad it ball up my *'r wgt a tfc llaa Meoupleef
AND SURVEYOR. lights In charge of U Wells.. other hotels and boarding houses of normal state, are an effectual barrier oa the bottle are ........ months I WM\ ads t. g* k. ,j i
Chinese lights In cahrge of O. the c'ly commemorated Washington I against; th. Invasion of grip. After ha once been work
C'I tq* grip acquired, again. J i
Puktoe few nut rameul
i tary Lur Crocker. birthday by dances elaborateness of
i tmS .... pn.Ma.S.Dtvili.g Lsrge I Bat, If there happens to be th* slightest Pr. Hsrtmsn recommends the .se oil "?hl. winter I had another attack ** :
1 Nautical lights In charge of Rear men as. etc. :
0... .. helMa. eatarrhal
derangement of the Pemna In teavpooaful doeee every la grippe bet Pemna*o+m nfwve It ear
? MIAMI, FLORID : mucous membranes, then the victim becomes during the acute *tags, after which the of .1.7...... My wife and I eouider 4
r GROWERS an easier prey to the grip. direction en the bottle should be fol Peruna a honeehold rmaedy. .....&>t
This In explains
part why some people lowed.Experience. relwed U Ge' e.

S.tlcsllolII, I : get the grip, while other do not.Th ha show that the people Mr. T Bw-.... W.* Ay.IBM*,Ouvtari
yi REAL ESTATE. rational thing to do U to keep the wbo use Peruaa a* n remedy for grip *,Can, ..rtIHz *

system free from catarrh. In attempting generally recover sooner and ar* 1eM'' Lst winter I .w. III with pejeuBMmU
IIOINT Pa..a CANT I...D COMPANAWMTAET I From Dally Metropolis Feb. nAt i+'lof the Inequalities of rates now In i to do Uii* most people have found the dUtreeetng and longeon1ttnned alter h.vlac In grtpp 1 took

a STATS l LAU:i a meeting of representative force and stated that California Peruaa to be Invaluable.Systewk ater-9ecu of the grip. Pnna for ...._.u..,when, I h rsmse
frail and vegetable held at i orange and grapefruit can CiUrrft. UM IIMIt.f U been
grower grocers When Perms ha not use darlag nlt* well and 1 can aay that any _
MIAMI FLORIDA the Library Btlldtnc in Lemon City : pat their products Into any easfrnI _,. the and the
CrtDfM.; PV-TMHM Rsulan crtAt the .01 trip patient .anbeemred by Itln a ,.*...I\ie Mme
last night n preliminary; orplI.110. ...- I I city at 10 centa a box. It costs the I fee Preswrt c.M IIeaItJL find klmelf suffering front Ui. afiereffeet at IMUe "pe..."

wa effected for a strong local { Florida grower from 75 cent to $1I Mr. J nnl* W. Gllmore, Box 44, e( UU......,a eons of Pemna Ps-rnA Te.fcs Altar LA Crip**.
P.'BRANNING. association. The meeting Wall or for the same service, over about half
j I ; should be reeorted to.
White Oak, lad. Tee, formerly Honse- .,rw.CII_ IV W'an.. Hr! ata.....
ganised with George B. Waldron the distance. The Florida East CoaatRaU..a
AThTssy anl Cnsaiiw keeper for Indiana Reform School for Suffered Twehw Yrs run Altar- OhiowritM "After n swvere. attack e*
Little River, chairman, and W. A. ) and the Clyde Line will carry
\efnncs Bo,., wrl tea t Rests .t La Crtpw In grippe. took Paw nn4 fond It amy
: Filer, of Lemon City secretary.The 'a crate of pine from Hanna.Sa..K..Weat .
"8U year ago Iliad U grippe which Mr. Victor ratneand, US MsdiMM pod hole"Dir.
chairman In hla opening remarks or the keys through
called attention to the vigor Miami and Jacksonvlle to New York was followed by system catarrh."Th 8t.,Topeka, K.., member of Knight I .. Jane Gift, Athena,Ohto,writes

West Palm Beach :; Florida can efforts that are being! made ID for (0 cents a crate Bat, over the only thing 1 used w a. ...,... and Ladle of Security,write .a yew age I bad Ia grippe very W.
Manalln and I hav been tn better "Twelve 1 had attack .. testlmonUl W ., .
other sections: oftheStafe to get lower same route from Miami to New York I and year age a severe II. a WMisn wa
rate for fruit and vegetables to the cost of C8 cents, IS cents morel,I II health the last tare year than for of la grippe and I never really recovered bad heeD ienrd< rip byPsea.a. My

o W. MAYNARD northern markets and stated that the ,I for1' the shorter haul. dears before I my health and strength-..butgrew husband. bought nvs a botfl .< .......*.
SAY Pena all the credit for weaker nntU I I .. able tAlI..k. 1
i Gainesville'melon growers have not Mr. T. A. Wlnfleld spoke from "III. my every year, was eonttnned -
.i only organized but recently secureda Ibl.experlence of several years In the good healtk." unable to work.OKUKH using It RAW t wad. .... _

substantial redaction In rate. UP"".. business. He showed bow I I I -
Continuing on this Hue Mr. Wald- 'I'express rates have been recently advanced IIKATH OK C. U NIIILKY hK. & ftXIK PUBLICATIONIn ORDER IX)U PCBLJCATIOXIn
ron old that a State organization to some of the Southern cities I I I

I has .....effected, and about the ![ with the reiult that vegetable of From Dally UUropoll. Feb. Zi.I the Circuit Court. Seventh JudicI the Circuit Court. Sefenth Jndle-

first of this motto, there met m 1 i second grade must often be left to !I Mr. C. L Sible,.. 8r.. a residentof lal Circuit Dad County Florida. lab Circuit. Dade County Florida
JEWELER AND OPT ICI AlII. I Jacksonville one of the largest and :trot,la the Held unless practically all Ocllla, Its. died at his boarding i I I In I. Chancery

Perfect tiding, my wearing/ glasse 1 most representative assemblages of !their' veiling value went to the express house No. 132 Tenth street about :
ar* a greet" 001II'''. With' our extenMfe : grower sad shippers of Florida products company. He called attention :: 10 o'clock last night, following an !
appsrsUH aad large experience ever brought together .n thatcity. to effort that are being made to Induce I attack of apoplexy a snort time txtI I j'I I City Challtf'f1'I I City of Miami
Itt there is no guess work. Prtoe* n-a-1 I At that time. the Florida Fruit refrigerator companies to send ,' fote. I IDeceased I vs.

i soaahl Wu repair Wstches, Clocks.t | and Vegetable Shippers' Protective their car down IM>re. Several shippers I was In nla ality-fonrth William Waller.It .

Jewerly and Spectacle A porUoa of i Association wan organised. Its ob have already agreed to ship In I II : year of age an dcame here about two I It appearing by affidavit appended I appearing by affidavit appendedto
J..r trade a ked for. Located on Av-1 lest as declared in It* constitution refrigerator!: CAn. This cost I. but !! mouths with his '
I ago brother Alex-i'to the bill filed la the r
r ..* D betwwn lick and Ifth 81*. | | the bill Bled In the above stated above stated
II I. to secure equitable rates of transportation n few cent above freight rate aad ander B. Sibley He had been promInent '
O. W. MAYNARDleweisrsad to all markets on all FlorIda I much Iras than the charge; of the I, In politics: la the southern cause that William Waller the defendant cause that William Wal"""" the defendant 1

trait and vegetable and material express. companies.: The refrigerator part of Georgia, *n
++ Orsd..M OMkitea I', and supplies pertaining thereto service was In operation here a fw I I Cleveland admlnlstrAilon h< ld the of the State of Florida and hla (dent of the Slate of Florida and hid

: and to otherwise protect the Interest years ago but the express rompanii-. [ Ofjce of deputy re>tr.M.' collector: I residence and age are unknown and ( residence and age are nqknown, and
of the fruit tad vegetable growlers then met this compellt'on by reducing Jl'1A\I. veteran of the civil war and ,
Iws.I. that there 1* no pe.I.. the State that there I I. no person jn the !Slat
I: and shippers In the Stale of rate. Now that the refrigerator prominent la the order of Con ,
Florida car have Mopped running down'''r.a... jot Florid, the service of a subpoena of Florida the service of a subpoena t

PATENTSUraSMINOTOH. Following thbv meeting. the pineapple 1 here. the higher express mien have, |i Early last night\ : Mr Sibley was In I I' upon mhiim would bind inch defendant upon whom would hind iuch defendant

1 shippers In St. Lucle county ,beep restored. Them. Is ample margin his accustomed health and be sad ; It Is therefore ordered that said : It I.I therefore orders! that said
,< are setting together. A meeting i'' of profit op the express business /I his brother retired to tuelr room 'non-resident defendant be and Uhereby atl renldetit defeadan' lie and I I.

tj N. olre o. me called at PUll Pierce largely at- las 1* >ho. by the fact that the extra I[I about eight o'clock. Mr. SI'.bey; going .....qln-dlo appear to tile bit: hereby required to appear to the bill

swoeu.t e..e r rr err rs.'rp ten-te.1 and snotaer meets there on cost of expressing a crate of vegetables 10 bed and his brother slums ny of complaint' filed in IIIIld cause on' of complaint filed*In said guar on
q .erry.rre.4N ALL COYNTNIIL Thursday of this wek. Rome slatyfire to Jacksonville Is IS cents to read Soon afterwards ne wan or before Monday, the Sib day nt or before! Monday, the I 4th dot nfi .'
$asMwr.a.en.. gromerx of (That section have paid more than frt'lcbt.11 of this difference hoard to make a noise as If In pain. Mar A D.. 107. cwa-rwt the sl-I i '''y. .\. D ""7. usher tar the al-
f hIM Ned hklng..t hard.Itd.d.dy.. their $5 each for membership In the ; Dractlcaliy goes; to the express ''An Investigation showed him to !h. 1 o' said bll! will "be. taken. legatlima; <.f said bill will be taken I..
.. State Association. They are also mhrwe cnlv Is louvulkionH I Inv
s .trrwerr.ra..1 company expense 10 and unconrrma MeJ- an cuiifessexi bv said defendantIt ronfmsfd 1 by said defendant ,
.a acne, y.. errsIse.. Pan. IS... : proposing to lax themselves twocents thai of handling the crate teal l aid I' f ,
1- O C. ; I II II| was summoned! but he Htd U fur'tKT ordered that this order It IW further ordered t'ial th. urder
a care to Improve the St..Ln- l I )Ir. W A. Filer offered the sug- without reR, "lning' c-onwtoufness llil he published once a ..e.-k. tori I[ be published orce a wek I li. r ,.1
rte River get. .on thai some sort of fail (rt-Icht' l odk will l .
> l.rt' ..
e | shlpp-4 tnOrllla eight co.isecutlvweeks. in the Ml-1,: eight co.*' ntlve m -r n the Mlxml X.
4rM I
SDWt Mr.- F S McMullen. of Kd,.. one service on vegetables! should lie cc'tablished for lottinient Deceased leaves
GA linn -'roiioMs, a newnnapvi puts- Mrtroiiolis. a new ap< r pab-|
of the few lawyer of the Ktate, according Atlanta
to From that 11IlOna and one dtu..hler. .. .
+ 1 I Ilihed in said county and State. M.h d In told -onnt mil Ht t ti I.
to Mr Waldron mho ace. point, one of the 'n01 tbE'rn express.companies ___ '
j I Ihls February 27th. Ito- i I Ij i I This February 27'h: iH7
not ride on a railroad pass. has beenespeclhlly ;. Mands ready to distributethe ', '
Oltl Kll: Putt IILK'ATIOVIn T
--'-- ,' j Z T )r.ilf. / M.rrltt
active In preparing and products at a reduced rate.
t ",. .;.- B- ]I: punning the cla'ros! ->f th>> tit. l.uc'ee I Another feature brought out In the I, the Circuit Court 'Seventh Jitdlcal I' ( Seal Clerk Circuit loui, I',[I (Seal Clerk Clrcilt C..rr \
county shippers Mr. McMulHn write discussion Is the Increasing difflcul- I '
{ ,: < Circuit. Dade Florida.Sn .
L County, I, Kedmnd B GauMer. I Ii Redmond II .antler..
under date of February t', a. fol- ty of getting the companies to take ;
Chancery : Comhlxlnanl
I i Solicitor for Comptalnsat: I I|I Solicitor for
low.: |lap Claims for damages or over charges. !:- ..
j "We hare met the enemy: and they : Here n local association mould < I --- I l I i
.. j I'I'I City of Mlsml TRUER: rftll, I'lllUC.\T10V 0|(|.ri: ( FOR PtnLKJlTlOX
'are running. W hnv every 1.&JOOa I Ibe of particular value I vs I tIn t
-I I
to think our fight mil' Urn> merwsful. The practical outcome of the meetIng -
nth) I lB. A. Parlln In the Circuit the Circuit Court. Se en'n Jndle
a i C Coon Seventh JuJlcIs
: The mil 'F. r. I was the unanimous decision to asied h'l3" aud mill JI-.....111 I take steps to form a local organization I!I' It appearing by affidavit aptiended I Circuit. Dade County Florida Isl Cinnlt Dade Connjv Florida
I to the bill filed in the above stated In i I In Chancery
'fiedsseJ } ., .....I I Ik .I1111 |, the same to Fro South "' tr..hl | mhlch should tale up these local cause that B P rlin. the defendAnt I Chancery. I -
Assentation at New Orleans March questions and also co-operate with ''
MAOAZUXBIN therein named was. resident of I of flam-- City of Miami
i3th V. ire pre|>'.i'.d ir ni'lmi- other sections of the State In the gen ,
:THE WORLD I: the fight and go to the laterStateCommerce I era) movement. i I hide county: Florida but that saledefendant I n_ v... I II
Sl Ask ttrwuleiler\ for this Commission If do not has been absent from said William F Waller William F Wales
TOOT I they Upon motion of Dr J G Diipnl. : ( .
S U he docs not handle! ;it grant the reduction satisfactory:! We a committee of fire mere .Iuiuinta fountv for more than sixty das n.'ttprlc.rding I I' appearing bv: affidavit append! I I' apt>erpg| hv afltilavlt ar, 4,1

.rod.s his name ami.adJrr*.with poor I ho;* w.- can 'cm Si Lucn>l li.'Jen to draft a rOI1.Ihll.n"' and to| ii'an' : apiillcatlon. for this ord..r.Ih.t i 110 the bill m..d :In the above stated to the hill l1..1! 'In th> 4- .1 ..
name and address and loc for u'nple! nnlttd ftc \I work for consideration\ at anotner l the present rfs'.demt: of d<.fend- (|cause \\tlliim F \\ .lter. the ..sf'I ram that \Vllllam FV..|ler 'h. < .

cf' copy. Regular price JJC. Mciitmo I Mr Ws.ldon ..,,110"1 RI.'t !" the& public meeting. Thcommittee con ''and I la unknown mat there Is no t..n"anl th' retn named Is a nna-re.- f-ndant th-rrln named It i a nnnlilert .

} this paper. \, Liu, mhile pineapple m'n may. slats of the following; JM'rsons: Geo "IK-r.-on In th- ,tar.- service of i nuh'r. \ I lldent of the State of Florida nild h''iredidptirp of the <4tai', of F at1A h .

{ Barr PuNUhlnj Cempany m-1 proliablv will get rate r -dncliu Waldron.. .chairman \.' A. Filer : na fist m hum weld hind defendant and 'Rare unkn... .. ind r..n'p and "g"- are ""t'l '"t., n, .1 "
4 4 W.u 22A .....t New Tart CIty j mill ihai ...1.. d'fendant I Is th- there I.l 'h" '.. .. ,!
&. ibe vegetable men m.y get no secretary S: J. Broun.T. V \\"Inn..ld.ud that Ih.'" l I. nofu>n in the 3t'ite no newer
F r'I\"r\ unk-ts. they stand for their C K Golger.; I heK| vifl In IKoer the 1111:" of twen- of Florida. the rvlce of a Mihtiornanpon ot f"Iolrhl i the re 't'rof nII ', .n n 1 .

t1 "wn cla''ins. Kren now rate on The next pnbl. 01l'ting Is calledto 'vue enrs it I.! therefore ordered shim mi-iM hind inch defeniant | -i|>on whom mrolilil him! *icn '. nd
A Habit le. be t-ralE"C I I Ivrgetablea are relatively higher tot nieet at the library liuilding Ijetu "ihfi Mil" nondent defendant bemd 'I U Ih fore ordered that said ant is t the..1.-" ..'o1. ,.t" h "tJ

he same darn of service than on on City, on Tuendav night. Marth S. I is heiehv required 'o appear| to n..n.r..ld..ftt f.-nrtant Iw and I. ': non reidv"t .1 ''f'nrl.nt Ip. a-d 's

'I The mother mho has acquired the fruits .t 7.:10.: one seek from the lint he bill ol mplalnt filed In said her by reat'Tnl: 10 :.pi'ear In the bit'" hereto reqnlreH to to the btl' :

t habit of keepiag on viatva a bottle of According to the anean of 190J meeting At that time the committee i slice on o-- before Monday the 6lh of rompUIrt Tied In said cause on I I..t complalrt filed "I.r. ..t"*.. '>nI
ttS Chamberlain Cough Remedy, saves 1It'.rlUO.illIlI crates of vegetable mill be ready to report sod the Oar of Ms' X D. 1.407.t Pthtrmlse or bfi.r Monday the lilh day of I Inc before Mf>n"c Y I 1.v of
and fruit raited to the growers at orgnnlxatlon of the local associationis the a'lecations of raid bill .111 be MHV \ I> ton "th.rwlv''be a|. \I'y t 11 1..n- ",'hp,.+I.. 'rN, .. '
) herself a great amount of nneasmesaand about S'.II75.GOO The railroad! and 'fo be comnleted Every person i I 'ultn IIa cotrlexiied 1>). !s.ild defend legations of *.id bill mill I be taken I legations o.' .Said hilt wilt| he taken

anxiety ; Coughs;) colds and express companies that carried these present was urged to spread abroad I um aa .u..r..e..1 l Vi -aid dnfcndant rnnr",1M' h. said d..etdant
c-oup. to which children are mimtptihle products to market received for news of this coming meeting that It I I: l IS further ordered that Ih's order II U further ordered that this order |,I's It l I. fnr'h'r O'(|>TH
i are quickly cured- by Its use. 1 them ,probably not pees than $510- mat be a* representative .. pons.lile. II .be I published oncta wek Inc be published once a week fo'. d'r le. niihll.hed once t reek for

I counteract any tndtr.c > -">t a OliO The county from Arch Creek Among those uniting!: In this pro eight convcuihe meeks In the Mianil eight: ron..e<.ullve weeks ,in the Ml I lelght consecutive' we..k' n hIII' .

t.ld to result In pneumonia rod If south to Buena Vista represented at nosed orfr.nllat'on. In addition to I MeiropolN. a newspaper I'll- ami Metropolis, a newspaper pirollnhed -, aml Mftropolls. a a -i.-
g Ken as sou* a* the first <} m >tom the me' lng. h<- said, raised probably .- already mentioned are the following ''Uhed In Mid count anJ Staie: In w.'d countv and Stme Ii.hed 1 tn ;''' I\ntJr: Stat.I ,

rf croup appear It mil' prevett the !AO QAA crates of vegetable and :. F.. D\" Burr Arch Creek This Fcbtuaty ::;Ib. nOT This Februarv !7th. 107 I This February JT'h: 1 1117. _
s : ack TV'* remedy coniains nothi fnilt each tear and pays probably | "aj.) Hngh Gordon C E. McljlnH. / T. Merrlit. / T M-rrltt, I T M"""'

i : Injurious and mOl b"n give Itt SI :SO.000 a year In freight, and express ,0. McUln. Uttte River Sena'or 'I Clerk Clitult Court I Clerk Cirm't Court I Clerk ClrrJlt ('""" "
little ones with a feeling: o' per- These facts represent the FrMetlck Hudson. J F.. Inapr' l Seat n ( !Seal genii! I
,l ; c. wccrttv; Sold' bv BimivneD magnitude of the Interest Involved IIOTV CT. Slmt: .-n .l..r.o, Stickle I Redmcnd B flautler. Redmond n Gamier dmond R Gantler [

.,i" C-i -.4 al' d'UHlttt Mr \\aljrou brought; out some .aad A. Riutll. of Lemon C.ty I Solicitor for ConipU''' Solicitor fut < impuiiii. n. I Solicitor 'at f'i niUiinantrnm.r..m

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No 1, has arrived at \'

r dock and will be .

4- c lltrstillaljJtllJft 4frIesL j jA (I,I Addressed date.At the school\.11..100._ : !I NiLANDSAYSr rn n,

afternoon. .Mr T. T. II ;
Roanoke. \ .., adjrt
loon league and lit.,.. .i C
iton has tern bum to Mr and Owing to th., resignation of Mr. log talk on Temiwian NO ALUM ret ) FIn 1
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)IrJ..rry Hou ihanMr J B Gordon a* teacher of the Lemon -
CIt> public school. Mr. A. T. ..4r
KetvriMtl from Cr.I...
I. M 1Vt1.v\ of JacKRogrilk-. Browning has bon appointed lo. fill I .
,s a K .<.al' at 1 iht' Roy oit Pam ilu el theacanc> The yacht Stranger: #n
I have returned to port 7

F A Br\an 01 t FKlford "a B H i| Or Streven..ho suffered a sec along the roast both fOOD
barter to toiirlxt
bill'i -< Vll\.ltnr In th.. <'il) Monday "n HK". ii r"p< rted much Improved to ft 1ft
L Mr:". Rene Ramsey. of the bleu dll. he \being; able to sit up thounn: that; "Shnpjea' to
hrx, has beau quite ill at b/r low u will prolmbh be some time yet before The remain of the i
e In the northern part of the city. he U I able to get out and about ; who died suddenly ] England and France the Sale 4' C

I I appoplexy wire ..' of Alum Baking Powder is pro :
Monday to 01'11Oa.\ :
Rauieron returnedfr .
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Mr / ?Ir. C 0 Boar one of the .ucrestful
< ndi morning: from a buslneu I c.tIpn. of the Homestead *e>Oo.I Interment will\ be ; hibited by law because of the injurious n 1

,trip :urougt' the state I lion spent Tuesday) In the city attending I ; \
Woodmen ol World effects that follow its use.
/!: to bpsines matter connectedwith I t...
of 8t uguline. The Woodmen of the
W J Hampton his hometead Mr. Bone la accompanled '
sepndlng the day In the cloy on by Mr*. Boat and threechildren 1 a very pleasant smoker :I The law in the District ofColumbia k

bu.ln_ and pleasureMr ..: I Mr*. Boas having come up on attended Monday: and The the event /: i also prohibits Alumin e r.
to have some dental work done \ !
H. G. Rldabock and daughter 110 a late hour food.

of Stanford, Con*., are guests i I J
Mr. A Parrish left on Mondayfor for '
at the Halcyon Hall Hotel: 1 1I DeLaad. where he will read proof I Preparing The Nathaniel Society : You may live where as yet you have no protection against Alum
and direct the publishing of his new
JOG want fertilisers the, COMOII J. K.Lammna .1 Miami directory. which be hopes to I octal byterian to Church be held Is at I The only sure protection against Alum in your Baking Powder is to ..
for oU rellaMe f
be able to d'Mrlbute and have for day evening March 8.
Bradley good. s t I as'. within the next week. or two yonng people of the r f j'

Mr. Parrish will remain at DeL wd I I looking: forward to with ,

Mr W. T. Moor.- of Jackaoorille sates the book has been finished I of pleasure r plain -
is a buainea visitor la the I 1 1r
.- a guest of the Halcyon Halt A little girl who la trying to wina MsmlrlMil Court '

.I. prise by getting the largest list of i Thirteen> defendants.

HO-I name of person using Back range 1 appeared In municipal

Attorney H Pierre Draining, IB Dude county will thank. you If I morning Alt were & ; I BAKING

of the fading legal ,adviser* and yon are sung a Buck range. to send lug drunk and ROUA \
practitioner of the Lake Worth dlatrtct your name Address Little Girl 121 and recklessly riding '!
looking Avenue CMrred forfeited bonds rather POWDER
was In Miami Monday I :
for trial while. the -1
aft 'r legal bualner.
-, I Co rn at Halcyon Hall I the customary fines for ROYAL is made from ''i
which they were Absolutely Cream of Tartar
Mr William Thomas an extent The sacred concert at the Halcyon pure ,-a pure Grape

pineapple grower of DOerfleld. spent I Ig.Dd.y Hall Sunday night: wa one of the Military Euchre .- product Aids digestion-adds to the healthfulness of food
In the city. the guest of best of the Beaton. Mrs. Collins F. euchre 11
The military
M* friend Mr. Godwin. section fore- I HnntlagtoB. wnoe singing 1* of avery Hall Hotel Saturday I _
'Wn of the F. E C. .Ra1 Bear high order was engaged for the on function
occasion<< and rendered several be*atlful most enjoyable -- sa:

rsp.. For Bradley ale by fertllner J.,B.'Lamaoa.are D.Miami.Mr best. selection by the listeners which were. heartilyreceived en success was prize entered,the and winner A the Mrs.large game.of 1IQ! .,. I ACTIVITY IN I When You Want Tomato Paper Say a

R. W Pa rio ne* second rlee- )lr. John F. Olive returnel Sat the second prize both I C

president of the IV. E. C. Railway. urday from a week'* visit to Mrs. very handsome Mr. MERCHANDISEOne 11:.
hi headquarter la winter Olives mother Mr*. Abram wail is Hill won the first I
who make *
time at the Royal Palm Hotel.. 'wintering at Glen Cove Sprtogi.' r:.LMr and )lr. Thomas the &
haaaanMr *. Olive accompanied )lr. Oliver conso'atlon prlae were
I* now visiting in : I to Glen Cove Springs and will vlsil less successful ptajers J J'f'

of the there a few day with her mother D
Farrla. aeeretary
W. J of our largest and most enterprising United
firm of L. E. Waterman A Co.. the : Mr*. Abram will return to MUml Installed A d.* Plant Vegetable
nanBfaetarer of the :tam na tonn- with Mr*. Olive and spend the re- W H. Challl A dry goods merchant really

tala peB*.left oa Monday mornlag for mainer of the winter here tk* 110'*' of the Racket Store slug:I the necessity of turning their

BortherB polnta after: TiltlBf Mr of )lr. Olin and her dr.Uier. a gas plant installed enormous stock In the quickest po*.

and Mrs. H. T. taros .at their and Saturday night slble pace of time eyed at a tremen
home OB Avenue B. Aged White Injured rooms were lighted by
dons ION to themselves, come before
During the atreet preaching Sat"arday Gas Lighting System
Mr Leon Heth. brother of Miss night an aged geatlemaa wai Is a most brilliant one the people of this community Say it PLAIN i

Heth of tWa dty, Tlea at hi* na late and knocked down by a the most I I with 91 large and demonstrative advertisement .
biome eritteaUy 01 with ferer. Mr aegrfe bicyclist at the corner of Ave It Is, there la never I In this Issue of the Me- .

Heth came to Miami list tall and entered BBC D aad 12th street The negro flnctBatlon oINlight I under the Bundle Genuine
tropoll* auspice and cooperation Every is Labeled ;
the employ lot tb F. B. C. quickly mounted his wheel net rod It la turned on until 1

Hotel Electric Light Department and away whllthe Injured man was I plant was Installed by I of the Southern Factoryand .

wince then ha bee coaaec.... with placed la a carriage and carried to Boss who H the local Mosey"l Mill Syndicate of Baton Mas

the company hIs boarding house for medical treatment Uve for the Vincent Tills firm I* known at the Empire I Take no Other \1]

Other than several brnlseibe lystem Good I
Dry located at S27 12th .
and nlJldlor .u not injure .
Aetaa dyaamtt I. street Miami. and I* recognized a* "
sale by 1AJaInI BL Senator Tlllwaa to one of the mot progressive Init'tutlon 1
Mailed for Pasta Cords OB the evening of
-' of iti kind la the Stale of Florida
Practically all of the fishing\ fleet Ben limas, of South : )
Mr. W H. Adaaa.. president and I The special! sale held by thla
.of the Florida Flab L Produce Co.. deliver a lecture at the
general: manager of,tM Florida Fish and consisting of the amacka Claire. probably taking u his firm during the closing day of lastseason ;
It is the Best and
.A Produce Company with .headquar proved to be an outburst of Most Economical. 1
Race Problem
tore in Jacksonville, to la the city I Chase, Gary, Viola, and other got as I I enthusiasm never seen or heard of :
away on Tuesday for Pasta Gorda, Southern Standpoint"
the guest of kit brotftw Mr A. H. I In Miami before It I la a well knowu
where they will be operated this lummer ha been ecnred i
Adam.. manager Of .the eomfany'ainteresta I fact that they carry a very extensiveline Consumers Know
states Aid ,
He will The smack of the Mellvalne of the the
here ant family I of strictly up todale good, and
Chadwlch Broa., Geo. T. Brows companies Methodist Church and I
be la the city severalaya, the price at which they will be disposed ,I
be the
here will
will alao All for the veal nee

Mr W. J. Roe, Of Oshkoall. WIs.1 coast in a day or two The part ladles of the Of State the If I doubtful of I If* mtnelou good could Indeed be obtalneo It I* Our agents recognize it :

who I* a Urge property owner IB In any of the large Northern elite
Vend Returned from Yawn also making .
Miami. ad a regular,winter visitor l at an>thing near the price at which
The large auxiliary yacht Merlel ,noted speakers appear
bare arrived yesterday and wl i I they are offered during this Our
Competitors admit it.
at the ban which wa the first of the proposed Qaent I Internals and I II
make his headquarter* lou sale, The public should not ovlerlook -
I Carlo Hotel for 'the remainder of I Miami-Nassau racer to get away, batdlequallftt'4 they hart secured Dr. I the fact that
price quoted for
I which on account of not era, who will deliver \ ,
the eon Mr W C Kriplua..1so I thl*! sale will only hold good for the
following out the race rules and I tare "If I Were the 1 roc
at the I
of Oshkosh, la i. guest II..rlod I a* advertlned Saturday March .
1 f. r mailing after the other boat of I
trine' house :i.:, to Friday March 15th 1 07Th w
I ihe fleet had turned back oa account ,Broke mack IUM \
R. C anddaughter : Inclement weather returned to In no previous I :* opptrtnnlty U np O'n to every I
:_rpeDter I
Mr* S ''tiodv and will\ no .doubt prove aIrt'.t I
who kavt occupied the port on Tuesday from Naaaa and Vack baas fishing For Sale by
saving to coniervatlte >")
the Bott>vard i took up anchorage in he Miami rlver land; successfully '
Hunter cottage on I u well a. those of limited l'r"1 f
for 'the part sevTal-months: will ', The Merlel has an uneventful 'and as a retail some j jI ""'t

move back to the* home at Cocoanut 11'1\1OIIa.e: across.Trrtlmon esjore being made a* I, Judon Bros., Miami W. D. Home
i I Snake Creek up the Homestead
satef; Mr Hurter
i Grove for the
and tsmily arriving Btrt Monday to al llcneflt ConcertI other bat tributaries Rhode Island Reds A. J. Husky, Little River }. D. Y. Barr, Arch Creek '

occupy their home for the balaiue I I hat promise 1 to be one of the are not only large but I R. McDonald 6 Co. Fnlford B. *. Slastrom lIalJudaJ i
most enjoyable *ffa!r* of the season Sub exceptionally! StranabaD 6 Co ft. Lauderdale
of the ea onMoney .-
!I will be held at tbe Fair building on A few day. ago: a party : Eggs for Hatching i OiDia Supply Co" Oania Boynton 6 Parker, IoptoD 1 ,
March 7th. The occasion Is a testimonial the launch tarpon 11.. .
to loss OB trnprorM property ,(I Saxon 6 Co. Deerfiel4 M. .. Lrrnaa lantana '.

0. 8. AJD4M. CoecaaBt Grove, I by the well benefit known concert Halcyon and Hall dane Or- apmred Was the record a' 1-2 fish pound of 311 Eleventh St., Miami; W.Brown W. 6 Blackmer Mood,. Perrtne fJa. W. A. Larkins. larkins. fJa. o

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cheitra Mr. Herman .&. Schultz that time. Records In 11.
Barwlg, who I I I
Mr and )Ira Byron the director promise some attractive ever. do not stand r I st
bare oxen touring the west coast I t novelties In the dance which win soon at one I la made ... For Good i I
: the pat I a i iI
Cuba and apeat I II
aad !I I be preceded by a short mixed concert ,*et* about to break 1t.
three week in Miami (left on Sunday tnvtrumentat and vocaL There should the bass record
I lot I InvestmentOr
Where they will : : ; ,
for Film Beach be a large attendance Smith I of New York C Homestead NurseriesWe
stay one week before returning to I barton. ot I I
home la MayTllle, V.U MrBarwig a home the old reliable
their i Win Open Dry CSt It yesterday by go ng to I
U a prominent business man I Mr E. G Tweedell. formerly of IB the launch\ joker, : Homeseekers Agency, i l

and mayor of his town' for the lat ,I Cutler Fla. but now with his family ny and bringing back 214 Avenue D, between hare a full fine of citrus trees from 4 to 7 feet la height DIY 1

four year permanent residents of Miami will beauty Besides this' .fI : I 2nd and Third Streets, is ready for planting AH free from Insects and in belt of conditlen.

Mr repreen.1 open a first class dry good and notion I brought bark twenty I II' STRICTLY RELIABLE. I Genuine Harts late Orange I ipedalty. Every tree warranted !t
store on Monday. In the new unusually large size
iPw who ha exactly as represented. :: n
tatlre of the Hans ( n u : Addnu
Hamilton building on Avenue C, near I'
the state In the iateret C. C. Carroll
been doing '
First Street and will have a complete When we began
tourist ed1tlo"of that panera "
of the line of the above named\ com- and a half ago we I
a who pent the put few days la' modltle }lr. Tweedell! I* well ; we were too far oat of : i Mason &
left OB Monday for Havana Miami. Florid Roberts
"known' to the people of Miami and center to get much
tM ateamer Shin I II
going: toted that sail! undoubtedly enjoy a very gener might com*.but It .
necnck Mr bus patronage I Has the business center
thon'and of tourist are fli-cklng. f i or hate we *o many Homestead FloridaFred'k.
Cuban point i iI
to Hvana: and Imcntrd t Reach Coupling I will go out of their SMITHSOOKSTORE ,
and char the .ea on Is I tine best In ,
Mr J A Dann the we'I I known with us'There
the h atom of the iiland I
I, wagon; manufacturer of this city. Is some
: 1 teas ln+t secured a patent for a vehrlt ,business Is growing; so
Order ease of haft 4rUX* Cellver'dor reach coupling of his own de- 'month It I* so much I I I II S. MorseIea1tate

ihlpoej! to you by the Miami Boa icn and Invention The patent preceding one that It .

Bag Worka Mfg*.. Miami. na.I tM > olll\n.i : : will prove a great rating ''to n* where it come "
._ I'In money 10 ".,,"ra of hrm wagons know it Is not because MIAMI.FIA. '

0'8r1n. president o. and be source of convenience* onal beauty. because
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the fort.he' n Fpn. ?', "ctt>mpan- writ\ The reach coupling 1* morehrab'e ''stop a clock It inrely. STATIONERY ;

led 'I, h"- nephew. Mark J D'Brl,'n ,I( than anything heretofore on cause of oar winning .

who if ten.'ral l manager of the ci-- ,the mirket more convenient inhprging be because of our TOYS Office up stair Cor. Ave t and It tb S,. r
,'f'' Sund"IB Mr O'Brienprivi '.. ,, ; ; me reach aid ave the lal.or :'sod qualities What I .:;.
pan Palta heath wherethei ;, of removing the box. The coup- winner w* have
for Miami
: :ir Dade Co. Florda. ;
wll rnd a few dv before re-I I line I la dlfltcu! to break or get; out beautiful; Devoe liOLIDAYGOODSSOHTNIR I .

tollmfnc 'h."Ir trir OB through: thedon "t order but In the event any part able; Peninsular Store I ----

1' "..iem States Mr O'Brienwa t.I I broken"' It can be renewed by the I Plymouth Rope the GOODS AGENT OR LANDS ;
Studebaker and
a'Om""n1<"d b> uPf''Dd..ntJ moat Inexperienced blacksmith belpr I > .
whose fcea< B Ho 'k day I East Coast Co
the orncr s Railway
'Ursnaaa Together the party Dann will be very glad to show tb.rO"IIII'1 beet. That Is st ppur
i are 11
are n-aklng a tour ef lK.rrtlon of << and Invites the attention I trade.. Fair price sad Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans Co

the''-"11 division of the Soatberu of nr...'.. calve bU"f'r. to call at hi.establishment I MIAMl ,I 206 l2tSTRCET Boston and
Co. on 11th street We West rev Florida Atlantic Coast Land Po ,
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Y FEBRUARY 28 AND MARCH 1 Store win be dosed these two days preparing for this treat Event, receiving and opening new goods FEBRUARY 28 MARCH 1

Mitchless Factory tad MR A FRANK tile IWI from the Mina, will hue charge of the store'during this Grate Sale Matchless Factory and t

Mina Syndicate Prices. illll. /!. which is a guarantee of foods at prices never before offered la Dade Conor/ IUDs Syndicate Prices .

I Lawns, Dimities, Silks., Ginghams, Madras, Linens, Embroideries, Laces, Shirting, Etc.

1-4 Bleached M o.l In*. jndleate price . . . . .Be JOe Batiste all colon syndicate price . . . . lie I'n.LOWMEM
%f ... Bleached Uaallm, lyndlcate price. . . . . Bradford Beige Waktlat..yadkate: price . . . .16c Hemitltrhed Pillow Ca_. AM) TOWFJHISc . .
. . .. nyndlcatc price . 19*.
i fruit of tile boom Moiltn syndicate price. k 4.&C Arnold 8 l a Appllqoet. all f'Olorl. ayndicate price. . *let 20c Serviceable Pillow
. . . .. Caws lyadlcate price . . . 14c '
12 t.:. Lon.4ale ,Cambric syndicate price .9e I8c Orcandle. all colony syndicate price . . .. . 13c 12 l-2e Good Valne Ptlicw '('.( . .
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7 l2e Unbleached Muslin syndicate price . . . 0 ..ScSc 2Sc White Dotted Swlna. syndicate price. . . . . IHC Bleached Hock Towel. lyndleate pricelOe ." 0CKr i
%f .-. bleached Muslin syndicate price. . . . . .:e tOc Mercerlaed Plaid BatUte. tyndlcate price . .. . Inc 20c Bleached Hack Towel. 14x24 17xl .syndicate price. I
lOc ,.4 UnU.-achrd Moulin syndicate price. .. . . . SOc 49 Inch White Lawn syndicate price . . . .. . Me 2Sc Bleached Hack Towels I\IU.( syndicate price...... .. 13 .
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ISc White Lawn ayndlcate price . JSclie 40e Bleached Bath Towel. . . .
<1icate .
(aX<;'H.01"-. l'It 'WUlU U, I'KHCALKS AMI (CALICO lie" Whit Lawn syndicate: prloe.J5c . . .. . 0" pya price 2lcISc
- I Rc .Fancy Dreva OID 'baml. ndleate price . . . 12e 4C Inch White Persian IJWD. r)nd'mtprice, . . tie 1.4iNF i' .,'(u ( FIIiJRF\'" HInI:
12 .;-:t' Fancy Drew Gingham, .)ndleate price .. . . 9* Jlc White\ Organdie; vindicate price I . . . . . Ilk Ladl -'' Black Hose, aeamlen.. ryndlcate pike" . ttc
7c Check (Gingham. syndicate price. . . . . . .VCc 1 Se I.cno (w hire) waiatln*. urndlcate price . . . lOc 2+r c Ladle! Black and Fancy Fl...... j w..arrr price. Ik
Check' Obi r;b.m.. syndicate price . . . . . 4t 25c Fancy Walatlnss! ;rood values) syndicate price . . I.e ISc Ladle' Black and Fancy llo.... can't t... bo':t. ..n. price 27c
, tOe Chambray, all colon, ayndVat, price. . . 0. HeJ4 2Sc Children and buy horn, double knee, al! laes.. ay D. prier I0c
Percales. eradicate price. . . ', . .. 0.. . 3* nL'\IU rrs, COMFORTS: !q'lii1tis H AND KflKKTMIS : SOc Children' and boy bow, donhk: knee, all slic. yn. price/ axe:
lie 4-4 Pertakayndicate price. . . . .'. . . IfeIte -- 00 All Wool Blanket, syndicate price.>$.1.07 ISc Children' Supporter!*, syndicate price. . . . lOe50c
.4-4 Fancy Percale*. .)ndlcate price . . . . 7ee 12.50 Serviceable Blanket, ayndicate p.1': : : Ladle*' Supporters. lyndUate price . . MeU'hlte
America blue aod light:: Sblrtlnc Calicoes price. .. . ic ""::; Heavy Cotton Blanket, tyndlcate prlc..I... '
U.00 Eiderdown Comfort, !syndicate price.13.411 KNWAInTs. !'4Klln. FT: ('. .
11.:5 la.1s.w' White I.. Shirt .
....5 All Cotton Padded Comfort syndicate prier..t1.29 awa alar. iyn. priceWhite 11 acoItU.AA r
Gnul.s ".$1 Durable Comfort, syndicate price.Lift 1.0 La4fes. Lawn Shirt wal.t*. .yn price . 01:19 i'
II U 42 tack Fancy Plaid price.-- N9c $3 00 I.d-| -. lawn Shlrt il_ .. .
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$1.50 MaraaJlle Spread vyndlcate price . . .>r-ItT )D. price ;IJ HVI.
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= |l.'. Fancy Plaid Brilllantlne. ail colon jrn. price (IBr $: so ladle. IJncn lolor ShlrtwaNt.
$2.00 Newport Spread. yndlca e price . : . . . .9IJVI syndicate pricePlaid .l .'\
11.2$ Xavjr. Black....and Gray Brfniantlne.. ayn. pike-. . ....... .M eI $1.S0 Vo. 21 Spread (yadicate price. . . . . .91.17 $100. loIt.II......'. Shi rtwal.t.. vindicateBlack . 01.... .
&OU. all color eradicate price .39c
11.00 Silk $: .oo.d I ShlrtwaNls. .
. .. . ".00 Good qnalltv Spreadx, nyndlcate price75c . . . .7.c syndicate priceWhite \ 11.2..roe .'\
Fancy Salting* all colon ayndlcate: pricet. :oAr 1..11 ludic. Linen Shirt waist .
. Bloached Sh>et Rood quality syndicate piieeRSc : srnd'iBUck '' te pnc ...."
. . .
| .'C rd. wide Peas de Sole Black Silk yn. price -TO prieP.4k U. 0 Ladt I.. Silk I'Dderxklrt.
. . Bleached Sheet. SlxSO. a hnmm.r..ndieat. .. IY" price" KLIA11t
IS yd tde Taffela Black Silk ayndicate price .Mr.fttc $3 '. lwdi.. Wool.-n Ih-eK. Skirt
1115 Bleached Sheet.
  • T6 3d wide\ Jap Blk-k t311k..t.dlcate price4c . . . : $ .' I"alonown l .
    Xlerc..rUed Plaidn. .fndiole price . . . . . 2Ar l.u.n'RT.\I\ ijdie HI..rk iind re tiolcn' Skirt. rn prly' .. "1i :,
    way dr'.k ....
    :-.. r.."cT Mmn itood quality. yndk..te priceB . . . lilt $%.ii Beaotlfiil Ijire rurtainn. cyndlcate price 'I.M 7T.C La-li.-.' lawn Klnmna. viidicnte rt 'R I.r. ...:1. r'
    *. F.nclji...n. syndicate price . . . . . lie $2.00 Washable Lace Cnrtrln. nyndicatc' price. Sic ladlenr..'"> .\n li< ,t.. price -lac* '



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    This That U the Gave Syndicate Yon and Mills This b the Syndicate

    Such Values last Jane Factory Syndicate Sale Such That Valnei Gave last Yon Jane 't

    Tickets Mean Low Prices! Look For The Tickets! t.

    There is a Factory and Mills ticket on every article in this store: during sale. This means that in \

    addition to the'large amount of merchandise sent out by this syndicate that every article in the

    store will be sold at factory and mill
    prices. No competition can equal the matchless values .

    ==offered during this sale at the ";

    r Empire Dry Goods Store i, .

    Saturday March 2, to Friday March 15, promptly at 9 o'clock ,t

    Goods delivered to any part of city Free of charge. Phone 159 ('



    Sale Saturday Begins Greatest Sacrifice of lasts Tbis Sale Only r;'

    March High Grade Dry Goods nI2 r

    2ndStore % :

    Ever Known to ;.

    (Closes on !

    .February 28 Be Offered l = ':

    and March 1st F s,

    Dry Good, .

    To Mark Down MQUaeryNotion "

    Goods The of Qoikx, Skirts* ;,,

    : People Miami Shoes, Bats

    r This Sale Etc.Hindoos .

    .t In Price ,

    Everything Will Be Sold Strictly for Gash. Nothing Charged, Whatever :s:

    2afiCELLAlor$ ...\DIE8< MI-HUN AND KX1T tnu"-z.tK
    lOc Bleached ud nableaehed Scrim a aaerUe. .,.L pri a..4te le Ladle' Veata. fall quality, lyndlcat price. XE. '8 DERWK.iR .\i

    ISc bleached aid BBbleac*** Scrim a aaertflc. tym. ".......1.. lOc Ladle' Vents food qaallty, iyndtc.U price. 0cISc Be JSc Durable Dra Wft'a. lyndicat* prte.. . . . . . .ale xr
    Sc bleached and unbleached Toweling .. 7Sc Underahlrta syodle.tst. . ... .
    syndicate price. ?. ,8e Ladle \... Up top value tyndlcat* pr c .lie price . .. . .s e ;:
    lit Bleached and unbleached Toweling syndicate price. . ..Oe lie Ladle Vert. A No. 1, lyndleate .Ste7Sc ISe Cnderthlrt. lynd'cate! price. . . .. . . . . .n> 1s.
    7c per down AU Linen Napkin. ayudlcaU price.. .... Ladles' MuiUa Gown*. yndlcte price.AM 7Se Fleeced Vnderahlrt and drawer, syndicate price . .de i
    . {.11 pee doses AU Line Napklna. .yndlcat price . ...ft... 11.21 Ladle Mutlln Gown, fall kite and length. yn.. pno*_Me7S 12.00 All Flannel e.d.r.hlrt and Drawer, *,.. pnee. . .01.1a ,
    /1 IZ.SO per dooea All UB*. Napkin, beauties. yndteate price. .$..,* (L4te Mailla Drawer, embroidery and Inaertloo. ".eo Cray Flannel Underthirt and Drawer. yn. prce..e.c: :.
    price 0V
    fOe Ladle*' and Child.a'* Wait Apron, y*. ,rke. . .... Me {1.O.'Ladles ....U. Drawer, embroidery ft Inaenloa. yn.. :7
    .. |.... Ladle--Jacket, to rtoae e.t .t'.r.. price..fl.M i. |..It Ladles' All Wool Sweater, to close out ym. price. ..11l... 7Sc Ladle. Matlla Coraet U." Men' Felt Hat, all siie. '\
    Corer better lace trimmed tyn. price Uc syndicate price... . : ....4:5:
    .. fee Boys' Bloa e Icate price. a." ladles Mailla Skirt embVoldered trimmed, .,.. .We I.SO Men'a Felt Hata. all alie. lyndicau price . .. . .. f.
    ) lie Blouae. . . . . .. price. IJ1AM ,
    Boy tyndicaU price |1.SO Ladle' Mntlla Skin, rood ralne, trimmed .,.. price. .91..1 11 SO M..'. Dress Felt lIat., all alien, syndlcaU prIce. . :: t
    .'i/ ISc Soft FlnUh.' 'Mess White and Fancy Hdkf.. 'ra. ".15 Ladle Moalla Skirt double floanee trimmed, tyn. price **... 'Z.Oz"oOoGfoG .ul.m'D.* Panama Hal, lyndlcate price", ....t1U
    - ,I. 7e Soft M. ,\\ It. Handkerchiefs, .,.. :
    price.2k M&Mea" .
    D.u Drawera. pUla I tyn. p rI Panama Hat, syndicate price. . i
    4Sc Wait AH Line . .. . . .. .s&00
    " Damisk. aya. price *<. lie C)lldret'* Mnttln Dr."...., plain 110.00 Gentlemen'. Panama Hat. syndicate .. 'l
    '* <6c Half Bleached Linen Da na.k. *yn. price. . ... .. .Me 11.21 Black Mercerized Petticoat, syndicate tyn. price. ..tee tae TSc and 85c )leo'.od Bo,..' Golf and Yacht prke..0 Cap. .c:" t

    ; |1..* Bleached Mercerlied Damaak. lyndlcate pnce.,0.. 11.21 Cortett. with or without tuppirtort attached .)'11. price Dec It.1.00 Men's Yucht. Silk and Leather Capa. syn. price. . . Tie %
    11 U Bleached Pure . . . .
    Unen Daraaik. .
    *ya price R9e 7Se Corsets lyndlcate rice.. SOc Mess and Boy. Cap, worth twice the (
    1 k Ladle P. . .. S0c money syn price 3>e ,
    re Uses Itandkerrhirf. tyn. price .?e lOc Val Lace and losertlon..yodicate .
    i Sic Rag. ISitS. must be cold "1'.. price. . . . . 3&e lOc Torchon Lace and prl be II a
    insertion syndicate '. )IK\
    12.00. Rag .h54. must be void cyn price. . . ... ... ' |2 00 . . . . IDcISc 14.00 M.-n's DTPS Shop "
    Ran. 2St72.maat be sold yn. price $I.4 V Plain and Fancy Ribbon ill! color, tyn. price . . .snc high and low quarter, urn price 0..911 .
    + 12 00 Ladle Black and Tancy Rand Ball. tyn. price. . .Vfte tic 13.10 Neti'a (Ores Shoe, high and low quarters, .
    PUIn and Fancy Ribbon, all color. .YII. price. . . I7cMKV8 syn pnce "J.IIC'
    $::0 S9 Idiem': Black Hand Bax .>ndlcate price. . . .*I.4. 13 0 $J 00 ladies Black Hand Bans. trndlcaU Drke.$1.0/1 HIT HONK 12 :; Men's Dress Shoes, high and low quartern. vt| priert.09

    t 11 TS fmbrellaa. vyndteate price. . . . . . . .1.28 lOc Gray Half Hose, syndicate pric.- 3c 11"la; : 011 Grain roJana. syndicate prlie . . . ISU ":
    $2 7 5 Cmbrell.l..ysdlcate prlc", . . . . . . .f 1JW 15c Black Half Nose, syndicate price BeI&e n so Ronuo Oxfords. tndlcHt! pilce . . . . ".M '.
    HOI rmbrrllas, ."'.Ihl. price' . . . . . . .".110 Black and Fancy Half Hoae ynd1rate price.IRc40c 'I I50 Romeo Oxford syndicate, price . . . '1.2D I
    IIS 00 Drew Suit Caw Inn color cynd'catr, rlce. . . .....'13 Black and Fancy Half Hase tyndlcate 12.00 White/ Canra* Oxfords, rftncllotc price: . . 11I1... i

    , ft 00 Drew Suit Cac. vindicate price. . . . . .t3..$ MR\'M DRIXH: SHIRTS, ACSPKSiKRq"' : .*\" TIKHII. 1200hite Canvas HId lop . . . . . _..8.
    . 12 SO Dreo Salt Cate. tjndlcate price . .. . . .9I.4H IS and |1.50 Negligee Shirts lyndica'e: price '.
    ' f 2 to Dr_ Suit Gay. syndicate price. . . . .. . ....23 7k Necllgee Shlrtt lyndlcate price. . .. .fSMe Me 1.\"":.' .,\.. ('ttlLlmt: '!4 SHOES ::
    200 )arch Spool Cotton: ijnd:cate price. . . .... . 9e SOc Negligee Shirt, syndicate price. ;
    . . . . .tOcSc II 00 Boys' Vlcl Preix Shoe, stndtcale' price . KM '
    Sc Brat Pin. ayndlcate price . .. .Se ( and SOc Work and Knock-about "" \
    ; 10c Safety 'Plss..Jadkate price. . .. . . . . . 4c 12.00 flannel Drew Shirt, all color Shirts syndicate ayn price. .... 44c |2 SO Boys School Shnr.. ttAdicate. price . VI.AO9IJM {
    2 Buncbe. Hair Pt... ."Dd'at. price . . ... . .. .le Suapendera. syndicate price 9IJS0TSc |2.00 Boys' SerTlceabie Shoes ndlrutr, price . .
    prlcf..4" II 2S Boys' Knock aronnd Shiwi. .
    10 dozen Pur Pearl Button, lyndlcate price. . . . .Sc40c. 2Sc = "Yntllutf' pr'ceII talk .
    Suspenders syndicate
    price .:;Ie 25: Children Kbot-s, syndicate prliv . . .....
    I\ SOc and 7k Ladle Fancy Collar ijndlcat* price. . ..28re 75c Foar-la-hand Tie, lyndlcate price. 11.00 Children. Shoe. .vndrte! price . . ;k .!

    HOI'S' KJfEK PAVW T5e Children's Sho<-.. syndicate pile t
    )n: 'M TROn4tR. I \k
    2Sc Boy Knee Pint. *yndlc te price . . . . .IteSftc '$."/ ....'* Troaaer*. lyndlcate price. IS! 00 Ladle High Top Sh *... mndirnte price. . .... .
    Boy' School Knee Pasts. with belt stops' ate, price.$1 12.00 ilen'a Troueara, yndleate H la:: no ladles High Top Shop*. syndicate prire . .!....
    . pricy.,1 $1 SO ladles' Hlch Top !>ho-.. syud tatprk-. . s
    Sc Boyt' School Knee' Pant with belt stops, trn. price..SIc IS." Mess Troa...., syndicate price. .. stall
    ; flail 13 00 l..dlf'CI'"leI Oinrds..yndlratr! . .
    price :
    tt SO Boy Dm Knee rants with byk.trapseyn. {.n Mess Cottonade Troupers. ndicte .|rwt
    I . . . . prlce..0 a I: SO' Vlci Oxford, svndlcale price -
    Sit Apron Orerall 'ndeate price . .)4e- Ik ....'. Mechanic: Overalls and Jumper. t)n. price. . .99c II SO l..dlf'I''Irl 01for.Ja.ndlt'alco prir.- '. ". SI.III.|. ')


    Empire Dry Goods Store", 327 Twelfth Street, Miami Florida


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    and [)ou "*, todthf'm! to rna
    to the dock with their fishing fads (
    11 PUBLIC Answering the summons, the gentlemen '
    1oooo 1 (h.ettly arose from their beds, I
    crabbed their flhlng lines and ran
    $ Worth OPINION to the dock In less than ten minutes "Dead
    they had landed ten large amberjack '

    i ,i ii floats. w hi h were plated in tbe flsh

    I (TaU eels.. will b* deeMed i. the After the excitement was over,
    .. .
    M* at MWrtbm 4 multn *t tb.Netrrp.,1. Broke"t
    I. tfiar. Messrs. SrhuVer and Douglas went to
    MM ff lofMca mm4
    ...... ...
    rte t oftb 47 bet tk* 4Mbjx their room and more completely
    u appean.a tlKrrn l mat
    donned their wearing apparel.LFX.4L .
    w op awes of "pra
    New 1907Spring I slou* tfc* paper.14Ml PAPERS

    I *ml. FU F-b li Warranty deed Homer A. Nicholson '
    Editor Metropolis: and wife to Amanda C. Kltchell'
    .'t I I notke in your issue of the Sid I I for $*. lot 21, block 37. north Ml
    ,ln.t., a city ordinance by wbkn gar amI. ;
    Summer 1 bane can or barrel are to b' p'ace: Warranty deed Oscar R. Nicholson )
    and |on the sidewalks of the city. at suitable and wife to Amanda C. Kltchell iF
    distance apart, for storing rub- I for |{i, lot It. block 37. north We have a customer who Is "dead
    bl.h.-J'This ami broke" so far as cash is concerned

    will call for scores and perhaps -I Warranty deed Joseph T. )11'1" and is anxious to sacrifice t .
    {I hundreds of such receptacle. and wife to W. A. Butler for | one or
    "land possibly cause Jealousy among; 'lot t. block: 40. Frow two of his real estate holdings in

    ; I the occupants of business premise Warranty deed W. A. Butter and order to "raise then 1 wind" quickly
    Goods Just Arrived lor residence, some being favored wile to John C. Gifford for f 45, lot He has a choice selection
    ,Iwith'' a neighborhood garbage barrel I, block 40. Frew's homestead. dry
    j(landing la front of their permlse Mortgage deed. Carrie Investment lots and offers any of the following
    I ,seven days In the week, while other Co. to Henrietta Brlttlngbam I ;
    are lets favored and furthermore,
    Mortgage. 8 J. Boyd to Dade
    some of the Jealous people residing ,
    County Security Co;
    , la the north end of Dade county may Let oa Hlb Street nor A,.... C .
    I Memorandum of Agreement between I worft CH .. . .Jj(||
    Ignore the name Magic City and call :
    I J. H. T.tam and J. C. BailePower
    lit the garbage barrel city ot attorney, Horatio UWtbster Let ent! ith Street, nor Pus. Dep worth SUMbr. . JTil
    The disposal of garbage Is a problem tI
    to Luther T. Townsend I
    j that h.. puzzled the city officials Satliifectlon of mort It.!!:.. E. L. / let n tth Street near Anaoe 1C worth (1SN for. . .SUM

    J r jibe, small al! over cities the of country New England! Most re-of I R.W, Sardtrs Devondorf aqd husband to Elva I Lot ea :Sth Street. Bear Annie D, worth HMIor. . .$
    quire each family to place such rubbish
    R '' In barrels' and deposit the same Satisfaction Townsend to of Miami mortgage Realty IutnerT Lon Lot on 13th Street near Fest:Office, worth $20M br . .HIM

    in front of their premises at Mated and Gnarabty Co Lot on 10th Street. River front Is worth J2SN for . J15H :
    t twti t, periods each week, and knowing the Deed Boston and Florida A. C. I >;

    } ;hour ,tbat tbe garbage cart I* due the Land Co.. to J J. Cooley for }15e.S Let 011'ZttJa Street. west of:A YI. D, worth I7SI for..I SN .
    i streets are not unsightly but a short acre In aec SI, tp. 47, south, ;
    " time each week range 41 eustWarranty I Let en ;,7th Street west etlafimd. worth 1351 tor . . .$ ZSI "
    I I hire no financial Interests in this deed, J. H. Talnm and
    " I Maglti City, but being an annual visitor wife to John C. Bole for $2500. lota Lot en I Sth Street tad Aram .. U worth 1351 tar..I 2SI J.
    i and having been greatly > to 10 Inclusive block 10, south 'I
    i fitted by,hasklng In the : ben"l Miami
    ,. breathing the balmy air of Mortgage deed J F. Olmstead toE \
    ! perb! to tee (what the L. W. Devendorf I l
    p city officials are striving for) a clean I I Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land ,
    !attractive city, but no permanent garbage Co. to J. A. McDonald Co., for $400 !
    tans or barrels on the street 'lot U, block 64. north. Miami i k
    ," I A NorthernerCOMMtMW Warranty derd E. A. Hebard and
    I wife to' Lemuel B. Smith for $12S I Let us show you these today -.;
    VTM TAKEN lot 4, block 10, Potsdam

    I ItT n...: MKTUOI-OLIS I'
    Will lie KUaJtr's Guest ,
    i ----
    ; I West Palm Beach Feb 23. I The governor of NASSAU will! visits
    i next month aa the guest of MrI :
    Editor Metropolis:
    I H. Fagler They win remain
    I wish to commend the land you
    here several da).. His excellency I*
    .: have taken In your able rd tonal of I
    deeply Interested In the railroad work
    ,the SSd Inst, in reference to oar
    now In prozre; s and comes here for

    .1.I county It would division Indeed be. as you say, liDI the purpose of looking over It. -

    t I I natural for yon to differ with your Key We"t Cltlxen j jCrw I J. H. Tatum 6 Co.

    +people, even though you might personally '
    . I i not view the matter In he aed on Yacht Mrancer I
    . The auxiliary yacht Stranger Captain
    \ I same light a* they do A mss shouldat
    i Meloy. with Mr afld Mr*. Hart
    all time stand or fall by or with
    " I IJ and Miss Hart of
    Chicago retimedyesterday
    his people; to change familiargsotUos REAL ESTATE
    from a cruise on the lower
    a bit-"Tour people may
    ( coast Mr. Hart has the
    Stranger under -
    ; hey always be right. But. yor people
    I charter for several week, and Onlthe Ground Floor'
    ;j right or wrong That 1* the 317 12th Street
    stand'that even your enemies expect will Indulge frequent tripe during
    'that I II
    you to take and though they may I
    lot love you, while in opposition, -
    they will at least admire and respect

    . you
    \ I also wish to thank yon for your ,
    manly expression of protest against
    1t I unfair and wordy personal abuse of I

    the men who are honestly, openly
    At Sewell Bros. and sincerely seeking to advance<< the"
    best Interest of their immediatecommunity
    , I
    ( with no thought of per'i.
    sonal gain other than the good of -It'l Furniturer
    woold.I I
    Perhaps It is Inevitable that roen-s''
    : We 'arc now showing all tee new 'bin** In Summer Clothing.O .
    motives should generally be more ,
    " line of Keel and oyster grey worsteds are beautiful. Our less Impugned and discredited 1)"I' :

    imported White Flannel and English Cricket Cloth Outing aJIUta some one or other One fact stand

    r are the essence of ADC tailored Clothing. Oar stock of this dais* oat clear; that even Intelligent mea (

    :: .t CLOTHI. G IS THE LARGEST South of NEW YORK CITY, apparently are guided by the rule
    ry that If they cannot advance a sane
    i argument against a project, discredit

    :y Prtee $10 to $30 roundly U elller..l.l belittle those It.whom and you abuse can not most reface For Porch and Lawn i

    i Tour truly a
    L. W. BurkhardtKXCITKMKVT t

    ':: Shoes. Shoes Shoes AT SOLIllr KEY /r ,

    ;, lUg Flub Cased float to Tan Over ,i
    large \mbtrjack Ought
    i BLACK SHOES Soldier Key. "fla Feb 21 -Mr. .
    .it ; WHITE: SHOES I E. O. Wells Mr. O W. Irving and i -.

    . BLfK SHOES Mrs. Condon pf New Tork City.who
    , j RK SHOES are guest of the Soldier Key Club
    PINK SHOES with their frL nds. Mr and Mr*.
    I.. GREEN SHOE van ler Bosch, and II r. and Mr*.. i Nothing nicer and more comfortable than
    t dt.u..UGX SHOES Barrett, while trolling off the K. "
    '.. Washington birthday, hooked avery
    ". large fish directly opposite the 'r''
    wicker chairs
    our and cool
    ;t ...... reef y vther kind>> 01 shoes which are At to wear, wit be bead club boose As soon as tbe flih I benches for
    r started for deep water it "
    In OUR SHOE STORE. $500 pair of the new 107 Spring and ( ,

    t' Summer Goods, ready for your Inspection Price are the lowest to Irving unhook feeling Itself that If the posalble monster Mr.l. the veranda porch and lawn. Our line of '

    possible consistent with the quallyt . . ..... to S7.00 would attempt to carry the party to I .
    "1' sea Jumped overboard and swam
    .,.j They are "made by the best manufacturers on Earth HANAN ft for shore but Mr Welts (who Is an this style furniture is complete and sold
    BON, NORMAN t, BEXNETT.UIrd *, Shober SELBY SHOE CO. able oratorhe.g gallantly to the
    LJ i line, and by some unknown means I

    ,! -- --------- the boat was "a pal led.
    ,Ii Lntkllv a launch, vbkh had started I at prices that are reasonable and within '
    for the party when the excitemeat

    i Hats I Hats Hats I Well brought.and.11IJI'ft"1tat safely the to upturned. shore hand and boat and taken were Mr I reach of all : : Come and see them .

    of the ladle of the party.
    J To suit every fancy; to at every head Straw hat. 1.07 good care by
    1 1I
    It la supposed the lab on the end of
    >. sow ,readyjTIotb; bat of every color Prices..33e .. 93.OO: the tine waa a large hammerhead I
    / < shark a< one had been seen around
    Psnaaa Hats la every grade Price$3.0O t. S3O the Island water several day previous

    .' I Ii
    'I )(1'. O. R. Barrett landed a ten.I,
    . I pound bone Ash yesterday and by ,

    I ___ __ ____ being the captor of the largest bone 1
    . i Ash during tb.k., was compilesto I
    entertain his friends to dinner lash:
    night ,
    Mr G. W. Senator and Mr John :

    .' John Sewell G Bro. Douglas. who retired hare business been at men the of club Cincinnati :

    I el for experience several days yesterday enjoyed' a mot morning nov i, F. T. BUDGEHardware

    ;) ,Mr. Wm Dletsch the popular steward '
    of the club while taking his I II
    T.AIIARIN6 ESTABLISHMENT: I morning plunge!!: about daylight hadi i *1 1r.'GE
    430 12th street his attention attracted to. great I
    ,splashing of mater right near shore ,

    . SHOE STORE ) : I Upon looking to see what caused the and Furniture. Twelfth Street Miami
    SIN I3rh afreet 8M I2tkSTORK noise, he discovered a large school ,
    of atnberjark 'i
    J Running!: quickly to the club house
    )Ir. Dietsch called Me* rs. 8chal

    srs- i _. .... .. _'_ i. -. ,-_ ,_ _. '.. '