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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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I I Jail ___ (BRIGHTON BEACH

Yachts a Distance ef $'a
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Mr- 000.00
THROUGH REPLY Hundred. and Fifty_. 'Miles .,-' New York. Greater Brighton $60
;-... I. rt tiTfI Beach opened for the season today
; New York, Hay :S SU hunjrel .. with the greatest line of attract-I -.
and fi iy miles.>;:Q New York to tlooi ever ffer<4 by any one of the .

s Bermuda is the comae laid for four amusement beaches, la, this Yiclnlty. ,i.. __ _
1'#': !' little racing yachts scheduled to start Those, who arc Attracted by the bathing From this -Year's Crop-Data
: ; today for the cup of Sir Thomas Up will' find aj magnificent bathing
TodayRefusals tOIL pavilion with every convenience and!
Made to all I If Tile cup Is valujj at 1504 and (!lot seven hundred feet of excellent bathIng -'I r of the Acreage Yield,Total

event Is open to ooats under fifty feet beach. Tie attraction are so ,
I' Market rice Re- '
is f 'Demands-This, its, _Feared -I la length. The Urges:' entered is' I. manifold that there U something for Crop, ? ';
It how peculiar'bl I
feet
44 feet and the smallest"28 everybody
tastimay' and Cost
Will Cause Trouble- Is required that the yachts shallbe, or her be. On Jon I ceipts Expected
I handled entirely with ,am& lUrI.:. 14. Pawnee Bill's -Wild West Show 1
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Disorders'Reported.'f The race:Is considered one of the Ill I 1 .4 P- will' be added tc the seventy or more I of Production.
: most venturesome aautlcal'yenla ever S r attractions already provided for. Aauniuually :II
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attempted by American :yachtsmen.Thestart interesting Attraction U
will -be mad.at :3 o'clock t. : Ferrari's large iieaagerte., I I'I
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this,aftenl olL. < s i : .J I'
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AGSdNT- ;
V Petersburg, May,26Before the ... a PROTEST KIDNAPPING
INSURRECTION
picking and shipping the
REPORTED C A. D of"B I I o.t greatest
lower; house'anj throngs ota; specta- VIGOROUSLY DENIED 4 t 'IIT n t' May of air Florida
IS J. Brooklyn N. 26- A mas plant productions the )
Premier Gorem'yktn today read _' -v *" t : '
ton d "
.'" 11' W meeting wit NJ held at the Labor j I:pineapple Delray Is. place ,to"go,
'F AHN
P the declaration of the government potFT ...New York. May 26-;,Fablo Tfflalo. i -,,J.. Lyceum this eveptng to protest against to become leqaalDted.At thj j
ley. It was listened to'wirh/breatlf consul general of Santo Domingo, 'de- the recent alleged: kidnapping of President I I I % the packing bo ]of the Plast
)f neld the existence of an Insurrection ( Moyer. Secretary) Haywood and
yesterday
less iBttrest, and wonderful scene andidate-foi Clerk l 'ers' Packing and Preserving Co, aad .
In hts'country'and"said .County Executive Com *itteran Pettibone, o?
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loIlOTed'wheaj.M.Rodltcheitf.rieadetof' : ; Chase A Co. at this place, they are
that, nona Jikdy.. % : } .t" the Western Federation" Miner i .
'' the constitutional 'democrats, rejected 11 from Colorado Jjy the IJaho authori now shipping u high as a thousand

he/igovernment's' replyj>iwith "PROPHET- DOWIE JS ,.-.,,_, .-,,* ties. Addresses will bj delivered by I crates till sad a day tram each hands hove. Skin fas i
experienced
at
are
burning wordsT He .Dung down the I A VERY SICK MAN Henry R. Kearns 1, John T.Vanghnaad bins, between 50 and 75 at each place,
A. Lett and resolution* will be adopted
: gauntlet of defiance to the govern TIe packing on aa &Yer&Pof! a hundred
.meat. and closed with.a'demand ,for I .Chicago, May 26- John'Alexandei to be sent President Roowrelt, :I and twenty crates a da| eachYoungboys

the retirement,of,the r Beanrocratie Dowie hurried Is believed call was-senroat to be seriously for oxygen ilL: I To Democratic! Voters of Dade Co Governor Governor Goodfag! alJ of of Idaho Colorado, protestIng and-I I at the age of fourteen make
the creation of a responsible .
Cabinet, and from 12 to 3.75 per day_ preparins
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the methods toby
today, and It is admitted by his; against resorted
{:. one chosen from the peopleriXT I with to extend to sincere appreciation for most crates for which they .re,allowed.. a
followers that he if a very' ,sick man.WASHOUTS : you my jour the Mine Owners' Association.
liberal support in the election held IS in which I quarter a piece.
'- Or THE,REPLY I : primary May was a Owing to the throughout
GOREMYKIN the:,office"of Clerk of the Circuit Court pastweek
; THROUGH candid&teMornomiaattoa1'to COLOR the county the or tea

CAUSESCHEWEIAYS For this support I am profoundly grateat.'A THE UNE I days,. the pines could not be packed
: $t;: Petersburg,' )May 26= Premier I with as much rapidity as wouldoth
second primary will be held June 12 and in it I stand for nomi .
Goremykis's speech was.uapecte41) ,' I cruise be done. but the minute the
"t tm la. tone la reply to the message' 'S ( ( nation- by k.>majority vote"against one other ..candidate. I feel that I 1' W S DISCUSSED I sun shines, the draY jcommenei tohaud

from the lower', house of "Parliament .: am in ever way qualified to fill): the ,office I seek and believe yon will r I i from field and general aeUrit
to ;ithe' throne. ,It produced a'Th1.l Iia resumed. There are ..veralraJ1.
', ..., I give me,toesame: consideration: in the second, primary that.was accorded a
expression and a conflict is now considered "' road men at ,the different shipping
Inevitable. .. me In the first-, -- points telling the how to

To tar 4eaaaAa t''a44rHI of 'Appreciating fully your kindest. feelings towards me and thank I skip and by the best they which,

the lower,house the replywas: almosta .,' f: i ing yon forthat: already demonstrated, I am yours truly ByPres General As- of course U the road represent
complete refusal It reiterated the On F. E. C. Ry.-All Trains F. W. HAHN !I From the six hundred'acres la bearIng

'statement tdtat'genra.am-.t): hi. ; ;/ U. J *.? __ sembly Moines To- at. Delray. the probable yield will
.4 Impossible present but promised Late Since ,Yesterday- be about 175 cratea'tof( the acre or
releases. as rapidly aa possible of those J!I- Alabama 125.000 crates in all.pine..- sell

arrested by admialltnttOl1!orden., I I Trouble Near jarksoaville.TrilnsPass : f"> at aa average of fl.M r per crate Jar-

The qttUtloa of abolition of the PROGR RAM WAPREPARED$ Was Op ing the season thus.bringing'IntoDelray ,[ !

upper house;.tI'U;deeJareci.Impossible ; Via'Paiatka.Train for this fruit' alone. $117,000In
as t the Institution covered by the the.season.. J
fundamental law and Is beyond the The outlay for crate material, drayage

competency of parliament, .. The : packing. ete4 deducted from this
moat Important of all the Premier declared .1 JOR4THJULYCELEBRATIONAt : general total which !jwlll perhaps "
color tine
Dedfol es, M 26- The ,
ly
the basis for a solution of the were'aiaIA aide- I amount to 135,000 will.be divided. U ;
schedules
agrarian problem as proposed by the was sharply dra.wn' la the general assembly follows:

lower hangs, ',TWs was asserted *a- tracked yesterday: by the P. E. C. R'71 of the Presbyterian Church today Crates 105,000 at lie ..... 114,700' .

drily out of.the question ..,the government Co.,, owing,lo a washout,,on the line I ''I In the proposition to make a separate Drayage 105,000 crates at $c. 110 '

can not be'forced. to'-appropriate > la, several places, between (Jacksonville 'i rf'' I synod h4] Alabama, to which I Packing 105,000, at 14e. .. 1I42S

He' promised,lands however, the' distrlbn- and St. Augustine Terrific 1 Special Meeting of the Board of ,Trade Last Night-All', three negro Presbyteries will be assigned I Packing paper, stamps etc eo 1.000

F -. Uoa'of HIDe'portions of-the State'sdomain rain; storms in \the northern' portion I of the Proposed Features Outlined and' f Total .................. "$34.0'<.
as outlined the program for ofl.the, State and, especially in ,that I Special The purpose >f the committee ree- With this genera expensethere will

.;, popular education.*a'revision of UM vicinity have, prevailed, for the past I '**'I' 'Committees i to bi Appointed.At onrmending the change to ..be left $123.420. to pay! for fertlllsei. a

tax laws and the'Institution pollt- week,'causing the -tides to be"'much I ,N, ." ( ed Russell Tarlor.1'It U estimated that $100 aa acre will
\.wi-' -kai'ilbellJ_ -- j .. .. races was oppo by cover this, making $60,000 forl tile
: !" ff __ blgLer than normal rind pIC4fatn.1ace I ,' t a negro preach r of Levere, Ala. and .. yenta fertilizing This --will leave

REVOLUTIONARY TROUBLES for the time, prevented R' a commission] to the assembly !the neat sum of $63.420to| be divided
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J? INCREASING IN PROVINCES ,'The damage done to the tracks necessitated eci'al .meeting After a sharj argument the matter between eight or were, as clear ,
the .the Ml- Railway regarding the charter of
(! c...J < 10f .1' the assembly next profit for season The same '
Hhe*northbound trains to ,was postponed ito the .
special train often
ail Boardlpf last cars for the
Trade held tight
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Petersburg May 26- Grave news grower have been very sneceuful.too .
has teen received from the provinces govia Palatka: and thence to Jacksonville to hear'ihyepori. of the special! committee That the secretary take up the matt,l year. J with their tomato! crops, their
;ri alaroV over the- Atlantic,Coast Line < ter of securing rates .over the P. & THE "
where It II reportdvhre; on Illans for a Fourth of Julycelebratioa O.4S.-8. HONORING land being on .gronaj Den a wet
ing- increases fay'rewlsUOnagsgltat tracks, aad IheS.southbound, trainsto n this I:city ran J 'to*make various'Cp.'sTllne/! .. }I' CONFEDERATE, DEAD spell will not compel their plants to \
The' features 'of the "
UoaL Sanguinary conflicts continue proposed fswim. I
take the same course, breaking ,
to Ji e reported and there Is informa- aiy changes-necessary, ,the'following celebration 'were discussed liberally ., Delray Is like Miami, every man
ijfi B Uo*'of strikes tad flesh agrariaa dis-: jn! on the',!regular schedulee,.by..being program !as4outilaed: -. and the ;sentiment was; unanimous Louisville xl.; May 25-'The Con you meet has something to accomplish : .

:1; *" onk8t .. ::: ,iicc.... in" hour and a'few'minutes late eachoii14The'neoerury'repalrs jTbat the' ecrelarr write to the WestPalm that the event be made as thor federate I of this city and the during the day and does It:nla '

w" t .' f0"theunadbewhereahe Beau Board of Trade':to*ascertain ough. .and. .. complete as possible. ,;; I other Confederate organizations, the town can justly be pr ud that ,It Is
NELSON-HERRERA))FIGHT.brnrnD washouts occurred It was' also decided, that a, finance Daazhceri of the Confederacy: and the I third In the county (
r.4 ,CLAREOOFF are being' made i with all possible whether or not that organization committee' consisting of three mem. SoDa of'the Confederacy),, are observing -! ; ,

9 : P.' haste,'and within I .a few days:It'> wouldtjo'a; '. Miami In celebrating bers of the Board of Trade and three I today u Confederate MemorialIDay. ,ed to elapse before th/e matter was
\ --t1ri the"regnlar'' rand between "" ".""" l" "' onr'the"Mercbantg"Aasoetntlon" In local
Losfight Alga ea( a1.-ita, & thought the Fonrtl,j be I I A meeting will be held brought to Its attention"
betwea' BatulDl''Nel1011, champ Jacksoavllle and KSt< .>ngustlnf': ;ywlll frhat a bsrbecua j be a feature'of biteday. appointed. Th. personnel of thllcommittee cemeteries at tour o'clock this afternoon This latter remark is-Interpreted asa .:'

".. lightweight pugilist of the 'world, be resumed. 1 r 1 ''"1UThat will .b. announced later: at which all members'of severe rebuke o'the fed tape methods -
;. aa4S Anrerai Heer rasche. Jut algh;,.waideclared.obifbepWs. ,la Miami at, 7;50.yesterday th .r.,be a street parade composing to work and provide In the Interestof will be preaen The invocation will been repeatedly criticised by Mr. New-,
Herrera 'refuMd.;toTetgh lar: *ft morning to be four hour late lhq' tit 97L: ir.-.a') 'TT f> 7 bringfng'Inbere ahontiaooa/n The secret orders, labor unions and .all E B. Thompson, engineer In chargeof and the benediction by the Rev. Win. 1

THL\T SAN FRANCISCO minutes late,,tils morning' ;;caused by {That a',$ >mmlttee: appointed 'tosee here,' and who Jea.-ea'in a day or two Claxton I will recite"The Conquered PRISONERS
'\: i'N fa.Frandeoo (he'delay in'the ma ,to PalatkaJl that Ice water 'Is placed. con (for Jacksonville to >make his future Baaaer', After the principal address I IEICAPEi

May'l- San Fraa- Reports state.that darinjr the storm. v4tientp100ee: lathe dty.for the.usuo home.addressed. ,the meeting relativeto the meeting will scatter and
,win have two theatres under' of Thursday the water In the Uatansaa ( Tisltora;. and that,H.wonlJ be the "the matter of urging continued the graves of the Confederate soldiers,' Sentry Commended for Killing AD Escaping
r1Tey.ached'such ahelgbtthat( committee V: business to see that water I work the harbor flowers. Prisoner's
bysth middle'Of Tune.rOn*tot ; on Improvementsnow will be decorated with
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:; : ltwashedpver die sea wall at,' St. aid lee)hfj plentifully supplied. under way.. He showed the Importance --1. '
teesYdthertmmenasto
7.fit compaaM) the storm 'looked the military andftJ'e WashlD< Bemhardt la her Augustine and was jTbat aaecI.JaJ Sarah theItdaltwavetongpredtCte compiles be held and a his ANOTHER PIECE OF I War Department has received a copy
smaller tent'Has upoa by some as; ; game directed remarks In'a timely and
totr of Texaa; A which will be.iuedbyJhe l br,t>u .east cOUR of ,Fig Ida. of bssebaUL jbe one0.; thf-f. aft\.: 9.of. apreclatiremanner.. 'A resolution of GOVERNMENT RED TAPE ,of the general order, among the rat
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ala* beenftecure occasion.J '" thanks r Issued by General W. P, Derail newly -
the to Thomson'for his Interest
oth.r"cdmpaay-L 3Iu f r"i'\f' .. .t ,,' '-'. .,'..", Po, fThat'a committee on deroratini :fa the'welfare of the city and for the hilly appointed brigadier} marshal and
fi OPENING THE HOUND SHOW Brooklyn. 2fr- The Assistant now In e Departmentof
appointed! "inflation given, was adopted. i
... IMtfcSIDENT"""'t CASSATT""EA1CS' 1TbaLihsBoud of. ta,1aLtrlgw+u........lurtMr..u.eaI1oD .:.-u.....Ie bra; I Secretary 0: the Navy Mr. Newtoerrj : the Cult It is nnuioal, to the
tsOR'f40Mt letter to the ,
addressed commandant
has a extent that official lagiven.to
South Lincoln. Mass. Mar 26 -The Frank Clark to deliver an ajtr q rrang-ements followed, after I commendation

L 'May 2 AI JaCaeeitt' e hound show ande the,aupicu fit the td provide'jomeone Independence.to'teal' %).>. I "''tj neetlng adjourned. f I to Frank of the(Davn navy,yard gunners, to be banded made-j Infantry for an enlisted firing as man nUnel of the on 17th aa

/' prddentof:thePenesylvaala.Rj] Middlesex.Hunt Meadows Club opened Tbetplece'rtested 'today iaMlJdlesex1' aHon JThat'a of :committee be arll M* .-" .luifI: r4IAL' I on duty at th, Brooklyn navy yard :escaping prisoner at F F' McPherson
: road. wasf a" passenger sailing from Bhow'ls'aaiJdealionesnd athletic : OF8LATER8VILLESiatersville ,: commending him for gallantry which i]..Ga.. a few weeks ago. I
t 1:. Cherbourg yesterday for Amerla.Hiepassage for'the' I sports. bfa ,,.c-od to I he displayed oa the afternoon of Aug. : The sentinel killed the soldier who
there Is probably no place: offering {That a Committee ;.p i
it was booked while the steamer be toilets R. I., May 26- This village 1, 1905. 'I was trying to escapes'| from prison -.
.tthta to need ;
bstitr..1 jintHTi. ffr Uili-purpojse._TJjp provide as.
..attt..attH.Jlf. >tatiea ( '
Davis
vaa shown ,
strain > for ladles and'ol forgentlemen.That cclcbratlug tie one InadreJth The heroism; was by and received the department com-
.Cassatt had Intended to stay longer attendance is excep !nally large ana one : the' East River, the date mentioned ef
the.exhibition of unusnil Interest th secretary write the Florida anniversary: of Its founding today and on on !i mander's acknowledgement prompt
/but was. suddenly ;called home Besides i the valuable prizes offered by 4elegatloas II Washington to solicit the celol ration has attracted hundreds I At tHe' risk of his own life performance of duty. I 'General Do-

r the Hunt Club, there are several apes Its support In getting the U. S. A. of visitors from all parts of the 'Davis Jumped \ >verboard and succeeded I'; vall adds. "The prisoner paid with
AGED CORRESPONDENT' Ial-prizes offered anJ.nawl by KI,- band, stationed at Key West, here for State The village Is handsomely decorated .: after a sev< re struggle in rescuing !! his life for his utter disregard. for the .,
: DEAD IN NEW ORLEANS them the celebration, and that ton secretary in honor of the occasion: and Hugh McGove a roofer, who had :j I pentlnel's repeated' cal i to halt Happily
enthusiasts,
Ush bunting among I
... leaped from t le wharf with suicidal the necessity fo such extrem.
.. the Duke of-Buuir.-:, master of the take np.the matter of bands for the there Is not a single house of anykind ,
New Orleans; May %Colonel J. occasion, It would be Impossible In the village which Joes not display intent The case was' brought to the measures is rare, but t is a distinct
Badmineton pack and Mr. Fl'zwIIlism, 3h case '!'
i'4-' E..fMcDsnlel,. correspondent of the master of the famous Fitrvrllllam's to Secure the'U. s. 'A. band. at least a flag. There will be ,I attention of ttte Navy Department at I' ath loC'tlon $>knowh twhensuch
Associated Press In New Orleans for Among the'packx'abibtuare That tri'i 5 Board of Tra/f secure the a public meeting at the village hall the time by LJeuL Commander Craven Isatisfactlon' to know that when such
hounds I I
the last thirty-five years.; died early, boillW for the use of the visitors 'his afternoon, when James S. executive officer of the Granite State.I:summary action Is clearly\ demanded
of the moat famous ones i>fNewYork.MasuchusetU Fair
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: today at the age of 71 years. ,. He some and Virginia. ( Jnrlijf the celebration. I"ne.of the direct descendants Slater'l lof the Naval Militia of New York. Mr.Newbrrry ,there are always trained mea to execute -
was born In Alabama and served dur of Trade Invite all founder of SlateravHle the Reverend:. sail) in concluding! his letter It. It is hoped that this case
Board
club that it That the I
.. The members )f to: hope ;;
business
1 jug the civil war. He. will be possible to make the' show organized;bodies to. take part in the I Albert Donnell and other prominent I'I'I of commendation: "The Department of thoroughly discharge of an extremely
: manager of the Picayune.whtch: position of of annual foxhound celebratlotiS: citizens will deliver addresses, while! takes threat pleasure in ccrar i dlaagreable duty may remain clearly -
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the
be le.1 to become correspondentof Shows! to be held at various That thtj secretary correspond with.'chorus of children. will sing patriotIc -] mending you for' your gallant act and impressed on the troops of this ,.

the relatives.Associated PrelL.He. leaves I.I.t (''I fox hunt centersririui,. .:.j the traffic manager of the F. E. C., songs. regrets that sq,long a time was allow- 1,command.
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OrriCE IN"'METROPOLIS BUILDING Sales
bf The Great May i.7

432 e ad 434 Twelfth 0. ;Street posite Court House Telephone 79 1 I'I'l
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SATURDAY, MAY 2&. 1906 fThe biggest, best, most successful crowd


ANONYMOUS: COMMUNICATION WRITING.One Drawing event ever launched in this city

nuisances with which editors of
.. of the greatest announces nsd
newspapers contend 1* the communication writer who refuse to divulge his I
f Monday; Tuesday and Wed-
Identity. The editor of the Metropolis has been flooded with this kind goes on '
of literature here of late, all touching politics, municipal government, etc."
and some of them worthy of publication were the names 0: the contributor
with better and
,known, but they are not and therefore the articles will not be produced. esday, brighter bargains
One-contributor after signing a noa:: de plume appends this postscript:
Wjn give -my name If necessary but I am a subscriber and think It a
I Ever Offered in This
pressing'matter." Now, why Is It a pressing: matter? The contributor p'l-an t Before City.
should be at honed with the editor as be would have him be with him .
bat he had rather not have It that way He would like to have the editor
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publish,his communication In Ignorance of the identity of the author, but I

fortunately. the'editor hold the upper hand lNowthen get your money ready
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Suppose, for' Instance,;newspapers should publish anonymous com manJcaUons. ,
and a question arose over the same Suppose some fellow took
&' Ot1on'to sue.the paper-for.some statement that had appeared In It, and
'worse 'etin, suppose'come fellow took a notion to give tie editor a lick-
ing7 who would h4i know to call upon for redress or assistance In the premises /
T Newspapers ire held responsible In law for any and all utterance / 'I Queensilk; SpecialsUndermuslins -.

or expressions c appearing, their columns and the very least that contributors J ,

con!J do.would be to furnish the editors- their correct' names. Some_Extraordinary values offered !n this
The'most of newspaper editors possess" some honor; end'ote'"of the
i Department MondayChildren's
first rule impressed upon beginners In journalism to protect*an"in.era-
: ant. Go to reporter. or an,editor and ask him-where and, from whomb .! ., 24 inch .cream i};and white wash Ho1LtII, the
:obtained a certain,piece of newt.that appeared, his paper and see drawers in good muslin,.tucked regular 50c quality this May sale 39c
: price yd.
: what his reply", will be-that is. If ne.Vnp'ln; ,! ; :bu8ine8t4nd he will pith| hemstitched hem, lOc, 15c and 25c a pair L* I .

:, very promptly solicit!yotr reason for fhe_'leanest, Itjyoa are'dissatisfied | Ladies drawers in good quality muslin, some 27.Inch .:wash'Hobutai! : in good quality, the
he will see'you'a long ways from home so to speak before he will tell, regular 75c value; this is very SpedaIat59cyd.
; .bat'If Von are pleased he win be only too glad to give the information. plain with tucks, some with embroidery, some
:'The same'rule applies'to correspondence. The editor wants the name [ill dainty lace trimmings at 14c, 19c, 38c, 59c, Extra heavy wash Hobutai, 27 in.,wide, reg.

of contributors,:not forjpublication! bur as),a matter of, Information; and !Mc, $1.24, $1.48 and $1.98 per.-pair. LOOiuality.to go at this May sale at9c, a,yd.
protection.Re 'will not' publish articles without the -
knowing identity
of the contributor any more than a merchant'wUl favor a'man with credit M Ladies and misses corset covers, in muslin, White Hobutai in beautiful pompodour design -

t. without knowing-ho he'is crediting. :The sooner communication: writers cambric and"nainsook, beautifully made'with : ;. Just the thing for street or..receptiondresses. )?

learn that they.are throwing away that'much-labor and time!by':sending to K dainty lacerandf;f.em foid ry.Pfrices: 14cV.19c;. ,, ... The regular 89c'value at 59c
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L a an unsigned communication-, the will the editor be 38c 49c. 59c*74c 84c; 8c/$ $1.98 "
newspaper sooner ; 1i *.... .1..1,8an 10 ))0 ,yards .carded.wash silks for waists and
: saved a great annoyance.and, his chances of a better hereafter be increased. v
: i andamisses gowns In cambric, muslin, fine dresses to go at this May sale at 39c
r:,. TRUTHFULNESS A VIRTUE. ,?ff! and nainsook.:!,Low neck, short sleeve; Are t. '
black taffeta silks for shirt waist suits
1;; : In tucks and hemstitched, y kei;-em- 1cfrim. ,
l- 'The Tampa'Herald passing a shaft at the disturbed condition existingla IbroiderY arid insertion: busts are'trimmed s---.J': petticoats, reg. 59c value at 39c a yd.,

_. that city between, certain newspaper men anJ politicians makes this din dainty val lace. 38c,59c, 84c,98c, 1.48,1.98,2.18 20, n. guaranteed blk. taffeta, elegant quality
[: statement. which is good enough to pass around the State for there Is not and 'just the weight! for this climate
} and regu
a Ladies. and misses chemise in muslin and
f a town.or hamlet In_which it is not applicable to some one or other person, lar 89c value. This May sale price 69c
it betides being rood advice to all: ,. I nainsook; _trimmed in embroidery and in-
I' Truthfulness. is a virtue that Is Inherent in man. All commercial Isertion and :val lace.. Prices 50c:, 1.50, $2.98 One line taffeta satin and Louisin. ribbons
;" and social affair are based on it. Without it there can be no method of 5 tojeight in. wide in.all colors and ranging in
Ladies short skirts in muslin and cambric.
intercourse commercially, or a plane for social mingling. The basis of all price from 35 to 65c at23c
a yd. Monday .
| a yd.Ladies _
i. things Is trutafulnesa.la ., t Some with plain tucked ruffles,some with lace .....
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a 'political campaign, aj In all other affairs, truthfulness. must be [and insertion, some with emb'y., 38c, 59c, 98c. ,:
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; followed and closely: adhered to. Ues are u despicable in political campaigns .
Ladies and misses skirts in muslin .
a' aa In anything else. It is to be hoped that there wlU be no deviating long cam-
,, from the path .truthfulness in the present campaign, even though I brie and nainsook. These skirts are the most
;:;. 'It:be" unintentional" and ,the,Jumping at a conclusion, when political capital extraordinary values ever, shown in the '-

::s aeema'to be at hand. f try. Some with deep hemstitched ruffles,counShirt' Waists
):: It Is an easy matter to hear something. that seems to be excellent with beautiful embroidery and insertion,

;L.,; political thunder and without investigation to use it Such things should \with dainty val lace and insertion. Prices 59c, ,'. .

be possible closely' watched result."and Investigated in order that as little bad blood U | 84c; 98c, 1.24, 1.48,1.74, 1.98,2.24 and 2.48 On, line ladies linen, lawn and French Batiste

may shirt waist suits, elegantly. made in all the best
You will do yourself not to attend
injustice -
r an
Calvert styles and beautifully, trimmed. These suits
Smith the Times-Union cartoonist la proving himself one of this sale.I
i' the-cleverest in that business and his picture stories are oDe of the sold at$8.50 and $10.50 but for '
really Interesting features of that paper. The best o: it all js that'Smith this!May sale they will go in 4.98One

It a ITorlda boy,-and handles Florida affairs better than anyone else could. 4 one big lot at . .. . .. .

I 'R .to said! the ion never.shines in London. What a joy It would be to g, Special Two Hours Selling line ladies shirtwaists in lawn, batiste and

:' tfcoseHlngiishmen.. yon bow" to come to Miami where we see and feel I If From 8 until 10 a. m. French lingerie cloth. Elegantly ',Made andtrimmed
: the beaming countenance of Old'Sol
three hundred and sixty-five .days in
I in good quality, German Val Lace
each and every. year. -: Yard wide Sea Island Cotton, 16 yds. for $1.00 and, Insertion Prices range '

'Those"warring Tampa editors are aettlng-a pace that if kept ap,bid .Yard wide' Fitchville Sheeting, 12 yds. for $1.00 from'3.75 to 5.00. Are in one) 3' 19
f
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fair.to bring.the Florida,press to the painful task of writing an obituaryorJchronicling .Fruit ,of the*.Loom Bleach 10 yards for $1.00 bigjlot, Monday .. . .: .-. .. -
some other unpleasant occurence. We had thought StovaH Good yard. wide Bleaching, 16 yards for $1.00Staple "
One line ladies shirt waists ,in linen and
and Hnffaker above some things they have said In public print bere of Gingham, best quality, 15 yds. for $1.00 pure +
late. blocks and white Persian lawn nicely made
Lonsdale Cambric, 8 yards. .; ,. . . $1.00 '
and trimmed' in val lace and
,'. The puzzle pictures appearing in'tne'Metropolis'this'afternoon will be I insertion. Price 1.98Monday
continued These prices are for two hours selling only, up to $3.50. ,
.every Saturday hereafter., AH the leading papers of the conn- SO COME EARLY. in.our grand lot .Monday sale. .. .
try are producing these puzzles, as they are of such an entertaining nature I I.
that both old and find It instructive .
young to peruse them. Look for them I *-
every week after this. 4 I

Just received beautiful line white parasols Tuesday 'and Wednesday will be
So far BOIL J.
,W.
County,and Speaker of a former Watson HOUI nominee!, has for no Representative from Dade. that will go in this sale at $1.50,2.00,2.50,2.75. Remnant days, 10 per cent off marked price.All .
announced
opposition for -
reduced for this sale. 900!'lengths to select from.
the honor. If If;. Watson's record stands him In favor a* well when this 13 I
august assemblage meets, as It did In the Dale county primary, there need ; I
be no fear of resultIfthe I
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the

,, Tampa Herald don't educate the merchants and business. men I Visit the Millinery Dept.-EverY hat marked down for this i sale. The time of yourlife in this I deptm't

of that city into a realization of the importance of adverting in making
,'J their business a succees. It will not be for a lack of trying That paper
ass now, putting out some oi the beet
and
: most reasonable
arguments in
favor.of systematic and continuous
'". ; advertising "e...:..cave' ever seen.

:, No.city in,the State of its size can boast 0: better, larger :and more iheldeal LB. Brng1as Pp.n
complete business houses and establishments than Miami. Some of them
rival the best In_Jacksonville Tampa and even those of much larger .
cities than they.. :Miami Js proud of Its business institutions which easily I.
.,cateb'tbe eye and comment of
visitors.
They are 'Hi
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THE OAILY$ MIAMI METROPOLIS SATURDAY MAY 21. 110t
; 'TWELVE PAGES- 'fAOE_ THFEEBISCAYNE

'" MEETING" i ; I.

4 v' t'f 10;".. &- *.,I ANNUAL. 1 < *$*} '
Manon 'fbeCornea. County CoJnmlMlontrs- an4 Goad Road 'T-C/ fuyf J '
The :
: AssMfstien to Meet June 1. While
1 talk Price
The snftlial meeting of the County 1f'tttr.t
DRUG x Commissioners and Good Road. -Association : : '
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'1 ,bf Florida will meet In ,Tal I ..J .talk? f' *
(abuses.;;Tuesday, June,19. we an d'Ol e Price
board
COMPANY The Voluble Citizen was eonspicuon Every of county commission
era,la,the1 j State should! be represented .. t .,.
by, bis absence Ian night and i I : -- v -,,?_,. -- .., I"
and It possible. the entlre.boardshould '"
for a considerable time I was unable, attend. A special Invitation < :1
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i, .- 'to understand or form a r4uoDablelIiOlutton U extended.to all city, county and : .. ; ". .. .. : J
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,I for the conundrum. It finally State officials and to. the press anu : T. 1
came to me that he was probably citizens of the entire State, who are L '
i with Sam. as that Individual Is\ re- tnterested\ln the question of Improved :: :
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highwayt; __ ;
Medicine ported on the shelf again for repairs },
necessitated by a chronic affliction Many interesting papers will be readand y
I jlhot politics), that unfortunatelygive a deeper Interest and a broader j
: him a great deal of trouble. conception of this work for Floridaand
In medicine be careful,

I In what'you', ; buy-and "' let With the Jbis:mat'er'conclusion go at I that determined ant do to a aUendlnThe ber>;'people Bloxham Injected House into thosu will i QusLITvf.jt : :

turn at expostulating myself. be headquarters rates for ten or more I 1 1
: where you buy,It It Is persons,.fl.50 per day, two In a room; .
i 1 not only Important that The wheels were not long getting $2 per day, single person
liD motion and the first bit of grit they j
i you getr the best. royal I-, t struck was the municipal! ,bond Issue :jX.., Mountain of Gold II Mayforgetwhat1lepaidvi
.
: t 1 -, J I It pulverized pretty well until that > !
aces but also that you particle providing for the building of could nott bring as much happiness ISiOURIALTY;Jlj' for his clothes but ne'H ;
that parks and a promenade was tackled. Mrs. Lucia} \Vllke, of Caroline Wla. I ,:,1:
goods give i
get you Here they stalled and we went up I as did due 25c box of Bucklen's: Arnica ho\k
satisfactory results;we against. it good and -proper. '-" Salve; when it completely cured .lsh j t I never forget ; they ,]
The provision of the bond election a running sore on her leg which had ,
looked
have a reputation forfulnishinghsatlfactory '' call Includes the stipulation than fifteen tortnredjher 13 long yean. Greatest JI how they} f fitted \

f thousand dollars Is to be spentIn antlsepti healer of piles, .wounds and S P E I I and
..!! ... "building'rarksandTrom etlade.II cores. ; 5c at all drug stores. : they ] wore.:
...md..Rellable. ,Goods -
That"part -ls very patent but.where. Our
..... ..... ... II lis left open to a guess, or two or ._ The Southern Rall..arolfer., .thechoice I faultless c othing"how
I three If you want them entirely freeo of t two very'attractive routes
# ) cos There..will be no trouble In to Louis Uie: One'via Atlanta andChattanooga saves a man paying made-to-order
; ? I constructing sewers and tbnflJlna ; the other via Columbia, :
FINE CANDIES; streets for we tare the ground' :o AsbevftU Knoxvilleand'Harrtman'I prices, and the unpleasant r eeling"of
: put them an and there will be no difficulty Junctloiand proposes to operate spec-'. '
AND CIGARS. In erecting a city building! ,for al through Pullman drawingroom, wearing the ordinary read made
',. we Inherit no, law that says a fellow sleeping'ticars, leaving Jacksonville
atl I
n h A lIi cannot go'as high in the air as he 7:45 p."jp.! June 10th 11th and % Yes, we will be'ready to convince
wants' to. "We can also equip the via Atlanta and Chattanooga, duel 'l!,
fire department until It will put New Ixjulgvlll 8pm. following.day, on.r rIy yoi| any day. Our $10 to 15.00(
Tel. 3. Cor. 12 St: Ave.. D York or any other'city In the gloom, one night out and at'ordlng a day
: but *'e cant build parks and a prom- light rid from Atlanta to Louisville / suits are up-to-date and wel tailor-- ,
enade because we have got nothingto Througbkday; coaches Jacksonville'to .
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build them, on but. dollars. Danvllle; ;and Cincinnati operated via 4"'==: : inTeveiy' respect. See "theme
S. his routi dally, necessitating only one ?

> I[;reversed those wheels: I greased change of cars between Jacksonville A 4 t' __ ;:;-r; ___ ;'.<:.1 ,..
Wire for Mend them'up and I finally put In new ones, and LottUvin Dining cars serving t! '
but It was all the same the best I meals en. route. Service a la carte. if 4 4'l
could'get out of them being that It .
f Is'dollars to doughnuts, Uncle Henry d

I'll. Wire for You" strip will; be and of requested land donate along for to the come the purpose bay to the front that rescue Money 11 19 Loan 'l I t; Jl.

from,12th street north to 7th street, '
Phone,176 that he had to tackle the Judiciary of 5 1
... > the State and spend thousands of dollars
On =Shirt or Long lime
on. just to settle the, question I R. W.Meks R4de
of' which were' the biggest man he.' { $
fasy
:c.: H.: BROWN or;Judge Worl4!'., et. als.. Payments I .

.ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR But Uncle Henry Is just about u
generous and liberal hearted a fellow i
Dade ()Security (Go '
1113 A..... C 'as you will meet In a coon's age .
:.. sad as he is the daddy of Miami, and
.1. Outfitter
t" still feeding the Infant sumptuously J
G M. would not be surprised If be gives In Burkhart
RYKESn whesj the request Is made, You knowa -
vt father loves his grand children Just '
.334 TenUStreet. I/am" ij
fM khid*<&lKfcMdtyt'Md ffryrirr and slew mightilymistaken Expert Repairing
he will tumble right Into the trap I 3
; fVr ** *!Brit to Order when Charlie 4 Leffler. etc; who will 1113 AVENUE c' MIAMI I .

|X .HORSUfOt:1NG-ASPec1.It. probably called upon,to build that -;:: ": J'" ? ..< .- 'I
promenade and park: break the news .... .
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to him. If he don't the ground circuit 1
on my storage, battery1 buzzes Miami Meat
that thepark. : '.propositionIs In the .


1 broth.never I- am tackled not much but.' 5 on one. propositions.or two In my'I I Market I The Fort Dallas S :National l ;Bank '


.'7' life and they resulted like Leffler's TqA.' Mastery Prop. .
dream that the ballots bad to be re
:,..." '. ,. counted but If I am not very badly "
.
: off the gravel that proposition of Mayor M imi West Palm Beach .
John Sewell to put on a street scavenger 6774 :j,
service In Miami Is.about the
best and most needed thing.that has I b .

MerritM: Kolb.IWAL rolled. this way la many, many moons. Floridaand
..< tbinkl' .
Just of It. 'A city"with"sev

.. .: thousand live breathing structuresof Western.Meats United States Depository..1 ::::: Depository State jf Florida

1# 'n'_ ., ..' clay and a prominence on the map '
w of. the "Immigrants Refuge.aa great
as that.enjoyed by the "Big Stick" P

( : ESTATE. ::- .:, I and hi,,-side partaer.HlIeKIng of ...
'. rtARGAINS .,; ,, Twkeegee" not,having a scavenge I 'J"
IMIAMI service! It makes our cheeks torn {,'+;:
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;,- FLORIDA. k rosy when we think of It, but why 1JL1 orders receive promptg Report nf condition old} April 6th 1906, arreported to
?: '. the agony Miami Is way up In some | attention the
the ;
things Jam op, ballooning but In others Comptroller Currency-Condensed-: : ;'::,
f .. It is like four year trousers on 1317-1319 Avenue D rf
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::k: a tea year boy and her public health Phone 28 Miami Florida f'
f
I and sanitary departments are in the .."
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t, --. -.- .- ., <- -- :;; .- ," -, ,_h ___ -- h_'__ Resources }
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t. y'T -:: ." n 'Yak, we>wantr -clean iwlr EXPtRT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT I .. '.. .' :
grafted to"the municipal sappllas,aad .
t want It right know at once. If not .ANY BUSINESS Loans and discounts .. !. .... . ... .. ..... .. :.:::...$422,07060:
t 'J M t&fjlI lOGIer;us'the felloww:With, the,long I BEST REFERENCES .t
t" l "eac .',1 Is'.hooked'uprigs.u! { .Give usa REa E. RANKIN'BOX Ovedrafta, secured. ;. .. ... . .... .... ....:...::.:.. 18,74778> i[

I!,,' .', so long on eared wheels critter and or a ,biped two a with box or a l>2 JACKSONVILLE- ,:;-,LA.j U. S. Bonds, and premium...... .... .. .... ... ........... 71'0 OOQO f
; j 'w -c'tl '4t : ::
mat*to "Whoa' "Gee. them
to our front promenades"Haw and{:rear Other stocks and Bonds.. . ... .. .......?.':';..... 41,000,00 ;
j .t.. ..., .
.t "We are Now'Ready-to:humlsh exits sight, cleaner and'we and will prettier soon be/a, too.blame. Banking House-'v' . .. .. .1.\.r--' :" ."." q"50,0 ,00 I

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Tribune' Sncll ., Due from banks and U. S /Treasurer".::,.4'.. ... :. ...:..'....'\\', 79Cash ; '. -. t
, If that Fourth of July "blow In",and ...,..... .,............ ..Jt, f
,. ,' -r: and ofberp- "feel Front tired and his a-terwards1'followers"A,planned' under, the by in vault..;...,... .. ...'ij\. .. ......;....." ....'",a--.-'..,'..-.:.:.._ .83

-.. '. ..,..... nom de plume of Board of Trade, and I : 235.13
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.,.,. $725
-- -"'- ''' propped Xap7lyTUie-conjroonT: people l ,

; makes ol 'Bicycles ot.Miamldoa'tbe hilarious,success r rf I will have busted a/eg,>Miami never i
+
aoesthlngs'K1n t" -parti.'and'IheI. t1 ? r LiabilitiesCapital. .h'i' .
? I., not ,grin half dress this! one. .: ". <., ..'' y ;-11 .J 't,,: '" >t+ .. .
'" A:VWe.pnK; :>my:Itttle gI\\ thar. "dad J '' ,., \I

r.-. burn yon cifjwrinoito pinned}to :.... ; .. .}...... .. .. ... .. .... .. ..;......... ...... ....$100,000.00' i
the fore ;s '' '-try to make It r r .
i a go. I 'II] be l1I I .and undivided ..fiL .J :' i
ar'f ilj so. j Surplus pro 8..u.,.: ...6,76 ,67c. ,

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into f i-:
my her
that-"ertcpaj:. =.t",- ? ..' jTToration"day II DEPOSITS. . ...:... .L.,: .. ...... .";; :..::x.566,468;: I", 46 .
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a mk:hty: -I. .'. ,or the tape< In I :1 ..". 'I
f.* n the first h.\ of the court bookkeepercontest /ft,, $725,23! 13 "
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a short time ago and I tookIt ;
. The bicycles' and other all in. Now the same authority

: .. goods are.the best standard comes at me and murmurs that the"cripple"
has gotten back on both
f. goods on the market feet to ana that he has got even money The Fort Dallas National Bat k offers to all customers 'old and
say the next dash will w-every
be a "no.eand I
Hartford and other 'Tires. n< se" finish.I *, favor consistent with sound bank ng ideas, and every accomodation in keepingwith

Coaster Brakes fitted to old have struck another "bunch" of their balances andfinancial standing.
,
If
grit and the best I can grind! out oft
J wheels. All work guaranteed is "ain't ,It the truth." i the Mass"C[,) drop la and Uk A task a'
Man On the Corner. our'floe line of Woolen Pout for
i__ Best new wheels for ,rent ltie
$10 REWARD get place

,. 231 12th! Street.j Blue Front: at Lost- Pearl hanJle Smith t: Wesson "'y JOHN 8EVYELL: a BRO Wm. M. Dro()\,President; Geo. RJ! Gom Cashieri5

Carroll &' Clark revolver; 32 'cal., S 12 Inch bar- Headquarters. for smut TaIlor' ( I
rel. Return to thli offlce and receivereward. "*' [
..':itnD street Blseayn Slosh .

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i i Souvenir* *iK Posrcards= = =tXRG--=Sii". 11N irOr,SOUVENIR SPOONS t. : ',- Watch. ,es"'ah'>dujcwc, >ru,

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Arc prepared to execute i- :

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. I A NATIONAL BANK 1-Suit J'F.recl SW. ,J f { '-I.IA 1 land 10x100 feet In section 1$. tp. 53 I Millinery DepartQi nt. r 1 1Lesigners

t.4 I 'sail In foreclosure,?Dade' County south range 42 east I \
? i FurnUure'4 co:. vs. Martha W. t>ront Deed. F. M. Hudson special matter \
has been Instituted lathe county! courlIROMIIH to Edward O. Black and Sarah A. i
_..tMIAMI" fLORIDA 1: U ,-" 1: t :_, 1J Jefferson executors of estate of Joseph !I of the latest Summer style. hats : :
f t.J7 means ate inwftiMnti I Jefferson deceased, for 1500.:; 15!, '\ u
c ,. acres in section 33 tp. 43 south range
". Will Look for Wrecks! 43 east I I la Tailoring Depar ment1

r-, : : : $50.000 1 I The'Jug Dauntless Capu Lewis, left Warranty deed. Geo. B. Richmond i
! : Capital \ and wife to Jos. A. Day for tSOO. certain
i port. this afternoon tat 4 o'clock for lands described by feet In sections J I For street. carriage and evening coat1l1D s.
v +: Jacksonville and fromthere! will proceed 13 and 23.:tp. 53:sOuth:range'11 east waists. tailor gowns aDd coati t >" I i
50
arid I
; '.:. 'Surplus Profits $13. tp:Philadelphia] for the installing Warranty deed Joseph A. Day et 1 I :
0: anefj; boiler and the making of oth- al to First National Bank of Key Wi.tfor 232 wdftb Street, Miami :,;
t '1 $500,000 ; jer exttbsive repairs.The, Dauntlesswill $5, lot 18. block 24, Frow's Home-I I
aSSCisRovcr) :: caise'leisurely: to Jacksonville, itead. t J
4n.. : .M. !- too jJ for,disabled wrecked; ves- J "
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t v. I self allt Is bettered the storm on
I Ith I I PPr coast has seriously] affected

}, B. M.'BRELSFORD.,"-. EDWIN President A. WADDELU Vice-President I I ship'[inf.-n '. j j AMONG THE CHURCHES I : ecial'OffefS
-Pr.sldentr ,$ !
t ,}ti. t!' W. H. SPITZER. VIC FoulICJ-lIU'I..btC1c1.1n 'front of I j
EDWARD C. Cashier. i
ROMFH.
..;i.. ;..." I I Smith'*';book store., Call at Metropolis ,
,. ,' Jl' ofljce. I Christian Church 1.
i i, -\ Services held in the Fair building.

; ;*. 4 Fire ChletTDan Moms art Handle Dandies'received\ a letter at Sunday 11 a.school m. Communion at 10 a. m.at Preaching 11:45 v For the Week ending May 26. i

J p;r o nW>'ld"on':.avlng'.oompound.d-quartrly.( and we r I today from C. EU Coots, chief of the m. Andrew M. Cblsbolm] mini Iter. .;
"M ,.,' "-)-quirenonottc*of lntntlonTto +raw Indianapolis Fire Department stating '
was i suits, worth White lawn aprons,.worth iJ
Jartor all of your ct.poctt that !*, has Inspected the SI CO atBoys' 35c ... .. .... .,.
..w Ii 1 horses>purchased In that city for the Services at 11 a. m. Subject: "Cod, ; -J
Miami and finds themto was! nit*, worthBoy (sin 1 t: ,
.. I be >jftre plenH department
i -"TT--'T .says that the team is black in color evening meeting at 7 o'clock. 130 .' was suits, worth : k. .\ '
,.. with white; star in the forehead that All services are held in the Reading I .00at.J.. .. ..$1.50 I Muslia gown-worth fcSc, :t& ..
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.1. ? they ijje a> perfect match aged between Room Roth building] opposite 1 worth. It ." .tot ...
*lie and six years and will Ladies shoes, :
: ._ ,._- --y ::: weigh iWOO )IOUI1d...-'"The"Lories ire House. COU"J 175 at.Ladies' .. ..... ... .$1.25 Muslin Gowns, w rth. -- $1.10 '-
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DOW etroute to Miami and should arrive ,
: 7.w Presbyterian"Church sh t.es. worth : ." t .a.x.t H .;
.., '" "w .. tJij 1s*' first part of next week. .2 Presbyterian morning worship ZSOat. . ... .. .. .$2.00 L dies'fa.tbbt liON. Jtrn:. ,
(c.;% .. "vf Anything yon want MW done It4e1l'aJU.le1l'eriie. o'clock.Mis* Zelley win sing Web Ladiu'lhPe."orth ", worth 15c.,. .- -/....;. j

., REO .1.A ,. r, landscape nrdenlaj. roads ber's "Thy Will, My. God Be Done." iOOat iMen' .. .. ..... ... .I$2.50 Chi dreD..fut1> hose '.Jtf

,'" .f t .....1V': '.. l :J. .\ built lands cleaned. Bee Fred. Rutter Sermon .on". Sunday"The Menace school and,of pastor's.:.MoneyGrabbing. cummer suits worth 20c at.. .......... ....I 12. U _.t
.. "" .. 't ,!QI. > :>- 1 f MIam\j-I Bible class at,10,o'clock.] W. W. Faris, wonhllOOat.. .... ..... .$10 .:
: 'r !I\! 1., ;..j.,, 'ii .. j : r Ladres'.wa1Hay-sire. '
'" ) TJ'ff 0. Veteran* will Attend. ;/ ;' I Men'* summer suits, "ortll3.5O ;. $2.50 .
; 1o.1.J : .Jl- !) At tie regular monthly'meeting' atTire .3 M. C.Church South at. . ... .$12. a1t" .I.' ,..
Anderson Camp. U. C. V. held] Sunday school at 10 a.-m.Preaching Men' dr4s shoes, Ladles'Walking tlrirt*.,- :
rCarries this mornlce Commander R. C May. at jll "':.imAIl(! ; the members oar't worth 2,50 at .. ,.......$2.00 worth 4.50 at. .:. ....$3.50 ;
; 'It "f' *i* B presidlft*; and Ma] W. J. Shone, acting church are urged'to be IIrelt'1lt.t this :.
as many pas e>genfclimbs more hills; goes jut as jrs > adjutant a resolution was unanimously "b utt--reaching-at7O.p..m>-Annouccements -1 Men's dres shoe, ') 50 Ladies..walku. irtsr- ;
fast; uses less'f asblmo aad |ire.;{i. wee! atd more easily J. [adopted endorsing the patriotic for other services will be jjortji 3.lJOat. ...... ... .$ worth ""'"50' 4
controlled; jut as'luxnrion and comfortable'and cost custon:of the Knights o: Pythias: made later ,All'are'cordlally* invited ']u soah.t.1. -v '
less for repair than many car that sell for double or treebititl holding] Memorial Day exercises and to attend our meetings. t. 'D. Lowe,
i" price.: < :: ::-* ?eDd for the REO book that tells why.uiiov decorating{ the grartt of heir Jead, .pastor. Coben,8LCo.
., r ir'ffr.'fV' J:-'<- and;Hjy I'unanimously.decided that Isidor : :
the veterans accept the invitation First M.E.'Church v
.. participate in the services and decoration All are Invited to worshlp'with ua.: A ,0 "'
z tMiami .. : "Mar"30th. Tbe meeting' was Sunday. chooL at 945. a._mt{ Morns 303 TKVCLfTM STREET F' ''M AMI: I'LORIDA ,
\ Co.: largelrj attended and outside' of the jrorsUp at 1!. Sermon by the pas I
Automobile above jhstter the business transactedwas tot: "Children's"services at 3'p.m.., '0 .. .. T
''''' = ; -iII' routine._ '-'iIf' led'by the. pastor. E >w ,.League t,.. j4. 1" : .
-"' !II'JL WI--f' :1tfleerPurs aomil' .=-- --"""',, at CiSO: p.'mEvening' worship at 7:30 :brf."e.HNJuo"is how we require !things to be in order
to be healthful Sanitary mea>
f o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. Clam .
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itiAL FILED; Ins Wednesday at'7:30.p. m. Herman homes, offices, and (tort-rooms. Water
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(trf J a. Porter/'pastor.iHOMECOMINQ. ..:.. pipes faucets | tanks In modern
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r If your;carriage htulnen wagon or to Mortgage\X3.. Roe for fl.100. lot IS, block] KENTUCKIANSOver !\ : ... '; ;:-. in all contract Get estimate of us -
t other horie Jrawn rehlcle Is broken 100[ north MlamL | '' ; .0 before giving tlDalllllUrel'when contracting.
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or run down1 haul.iCpush;: It or cut I F.Cem.Scruggs ery for deed f 15.City section of Miami 16, block\aH]] ,' 50. \\lO resl! I '
and watch us work of Kentucky have accepted the lndtatlon low..
:it to our place 19. :Mtoni city cemetery. /1: 4 : are ,
'..t7ronderf"irKh"lt--'TTe-naT -inad. a -"Satlilaction "of-injttsagel; "Troji.r.'il; of the 'LonfsYint Como t'rc1al '1.1' .. s. s tt ,.. ICRUsu.4 co.' M !
'life study of ,.vehicle repairing. ant I: KomeHmprovemnt; Co. toVJ *3.1.MBesJ .;!i dub to be to held Its"In":b4tmI'rming Louisville June cea'l.ratlon 13-17. .ii-: .II It if S1! AtLIIM D -\1\1: J

work Quickly expertjy snd,..ecosom!- ; I C.. ,:Victoria ; 190C.! It will be, the greares; gatherIng -
tt : ', t. J it."l'. DeedjFjE.; < RalhraYiCo. to- held Jnt the state of Kentucky -
t7t: ; : Baker for I22S.; Tot S, >olck,31. ;% ever' RITTY BROTHERS
SSfl.COft b311r.n been
riow'OJditlon of West Palm Beach. and y
1 deed-. S. Ito subscribed for an entertainment fund.
Gerocfc
J. A. DANN Mortgage ,
", Mice :*. Bradley] 'or SSOO. lots 1' and Wednesday; June 13,wHl be Reception .
21. block 53 south Miami.J and Welsome Day; Thuprsday Jane Machine Shop j
; 423 Elsventh Street. Miami. Fls
Warranty deed Ward O. Foster:et 14. "Foster Day" In honor of Stephen
'.;t '-1tI:, .lair! if7tU f : W t 1f': 11,t.cI. ax to 31:;A. Blake and J. Van Bramer, Collins Foster the author of "My
:: \ for, IJOO, twenty acres in section; S. Old Kentucky Home;" Friday. Jane alien is for the New Era Gas Engines { 'Gasolene
.. IP.) 5i<;south range 41 east > 15th. Danlal Boone' Day; Saturday and. erosene engine repairing a .SPECIALTY .1
Quit claim] deed. Z. T Merrltt, et June 16. Greater Kentucky Day. For
ux togolm H. Brand for $1. strip of this.event ,the General. Repair Work |

; \ w, 508 SEVENTH STREET. MIAMI. FLORIDAArmstrong's 4'

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\ ) W {( Mr. P. O.' Gaotler. son of C. H. ;._ ?. e
Ottlee'Pttoni' 88 H.Undertaker., M. KIN G 'Phon.e 1 Gautler. wife and baby arrived In the "POP"to .
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Most Al7 -- M city Thursday and about the middleof
i I next week will move here to remain
Embalmer
and permanently In the cltyJU present .
a tf* & '' they ate at the residence of Mrs. sveryteays MM Mreft
J'I Fil 800 AVENUE D 1fj I A..- D. Smith on 8th street drink. All ethers vwha
DAY : "Pep but they iit all Aekaa"Cascade" .f

U | !RKSIOBNCKai97th8TReEll". 9a Wanted- Clean at this
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1Vj be which' means HEAL .IT ATI.
:!pt to one on
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.* you will have to purchase ( lIerSollat&e i ofes. DMis Mrs. F. C. Brcssier. of Key; West :

.bo has been visiting her son Mr. Ginger Ale
fi. '0. D. Prossler and family in this :
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i.r ".. '\ Inline r city will return to her home in the .
Edelweiss Price left last sight Be critical ; selection of your
t A....r for Micanopy Fla. I extract. Ask flour' grocer for Blue Island City tonight on the steamer We are tiM exclusive bM11/e GOOD 'CISAE.
Ribbon Lemon :and Vanilla. Abso- I Martinique. She will be accompanied of ." In thus ...,....,. make god customers for u. aa4 Cstr 11
REAL ESTATE. HRS. MCALLISTERBECK. lately pure. Goes, twice at far. there.by Mrs. Gary Niles, who will visit Then are a let of, Bluffer* aloa prices increase: the number Id'fl.a
but none to mitt
eempare
WEDDINGGIFT tfonroe ..bo' f Cascade." Be We believe la selling the Wat ...
Mrs. Hector has been ||anrt ye gat s
eA : of Fort Lauderjale at Key West oB,a three weeks' visitis Picture franks:: made.to., or .r. The "CaaeaoV ana no at 1:1.: U we ,can at eacn pries., .I J'IffOIl
Miss Constance Bryan "
L .expected to?fetnrn to Miami on Racket Store.SROUIER. want'a ten cent (SBO..ftshould t
is in the city today.
this I Mall orders rw'l slat apeMleAcmeBoftllngWorks
a.ternoon'l
shoatBOSSIER .
he, the Optimo .1 wtae
Wanted Clean cottoa rags at tile REAL I moana tare Investments one"of,the host Are coat _
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Commodore and Mrs. H. C. Roome
Born to Mr. and.Mrs. Will Gander, and Mrs:3"$F Kemp of Key J left last night :or their summer home I ; MIAMI,F1JOHIDA Tobacco of" an the heat tra4e
a fine,' bouncing boy yesterday.BROMIIR West, are in till city today and will at Greenport L. I..' where they will ,sixth kept here in Just the right bsadllloa
Street,
,Weet at UM Joe
be ready for:you when leave :IOT their home in the Island City spend the balance of the heated term, Paatary and smokers materIaIa.Pot... x
will collect yew 'reata tonight Dr Kemp has been attend returning to Miami early In the falL J __ for any ODe 'and cheap''....'1 U
(&e day; comes with'th: right ing the meeting of the State Dental Their commodious yacht Roamer.was await can. ..t

.Goods at the RIGHT PRICES Mr. W. B. Ilko of Philadelphia.. I* Association in Jacksonville.. i I now sent awaiting up several their weeks pleasure ago at and Greenport. is- US"OUITU .your .l 1 1s
the of his sister, Mrs. J. W KILLS
guest : They will cruise extensively
Dr. Armstrong not being able tolttandle
f .J"" Homer, ODL 8e.ond .street ( t. an patients wishing to see him In northern waters during the summer MOSQUITOES
t, I dance' ietsoniConieeverybody. on Ids recent visit, owing to his short I' and will probably come south ISI.cM Fn. "' '10' : HAYEStie ii ;
The the
swell ,
stay, will make A special visit May 25 in It next fall i I '
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: Friday,. and 30. and car be seen at the Iroquois Patent Applied For
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i I ),(ra.d'sh Wm. E. March.jir Mondayfor Hotel. f| I. Dancing taught; 7 to >, for scholars At all ggtasMUS"QUIT"U The Cigar Man "
I Clnclnati 0., where she goes for only. After t, visitors allowed to 11. I
JEWELERS and OmCUN ': treatment of the ear Mr. Allan Hill! .asslsUnt cashier'at Twenty-five-cents a couple to dance. ,,JMrG co.
; : lJ': '-SUUra. the Fort Dallas National Bank was ,Dancing school open every night OPPOSITE'HOTEL B1SCATWI r
tna.... Iler. q vacation Jacksonville. Fla. .
|Nod to Pstmee I R. B. McLendon announces among the seekers leaving t
unifier- rate at the Oaks.corner,Av;.:-1 town blast night! His destination is f rossier wants to list your eoeftjruott
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'one B and 13th street Ohio.BroMltr : .. To Barents School will 'Soon: be[ }f
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McAllister Deck .VIlU
?Mrs. E. (; '
[ A black Cravenette rataoat ,
beiUHancel J.I
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%Tlw'groe F eve want: Hat your property.. on road somewhere between Mi- y i--t, "
ning. ucl and Arch Creek. The finder will T"e

Real Estate Mr. and 1Ir..A|W. Wells will leave receive a reward.If returned to Jas.

.; Miss, Clarence J. Phillip returned ,.Miami on the first of next month for I H. Gilman,Bank of Bay- Bay Biscayne Miami ;b .oI Iu6 -I
Island tP:make their :
'to her home at Lauderdale Jut Long ; future : Miami F1a4SROSSIER; Conserv'i
Rentals Insurance'Omceittafttleu ) night after a two day,"visit in this home. Mr. Well* is a contr.ctor&ll4 R t .1"1 ." tt1 :>
their departure will be regretted. will eeneet rents.
t ,city. They your Will hold a special Summer liens May tat. t. A 1st. qs ,1
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have resided here about two yean.JWfcnted '
.. ,j Plano Klndorglrten and rnmaMUMC.. Call Se write for"ja tlas.Isis ,
: Btdg:-r-lnmCJmr-v! Ii ..13'C'EIG13flC1CABOUTzEAL.ESTATE i I------ Flit;:; class cook c_ toi Saw Mill at Lemon City and trm..1jA< fine opportunity uie' yeutS .folks; ..'UetD .
and foe :
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Edge and little
i I mwod'dinhjaf ""' Planes supplied free. RE ISTER' LY
room
_gtrL. Chapman son from Fort Pierce Ian .
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came top ;
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tC 0.-ir -31QI Zth -' Mouse Defray: ).. R.LI..N COLE AN BUSH. Olreeter. Twslftfsu ."..
)(r: B 0"Fitts, wbo underwent Saturday, to visit Mrs.' Edge's parents t
I a delicate strrflcal operation Jtureay Mr. and'Mrs. R.. W. Goode. Mr..l ,
n :.: ;)kjeiateA doing, fltoaay, I. Mr; andMrs-.O. Forsyth will Edge returned south.Sunday asCdget -
I and expects to be out again at an give a Illallilp-.t"Q' STOP earJ1.. 4atb'r ,r' to'Cape'Floriday' Mr.,Forsyth is en from Fort Pierce to Lemon City I. itsi) 1
+ JU.- -!lrnrl'uCI Joying a three oaths' vacation to where they will enlarge their business
Summer rates at tit Jtatiertord be spent mostly 3n Miami and he and They are now cutting timbers
Boarding Hones 223. Ninth street his,charming wtfe' are popular in,entertaining. for the V:'|E. C. Railway extension.Mrs. o.
I I 3$ Edge will remain here for tome-

n! .* ,.... ..J-.RerrAndrew-MrOisholin! returned i} I vocate.time. Melbourne! cor. Titusvile Ad JUTw 1

last night from a. ten days visit at I Dr. Armstrong-can be seen May 29 I :
his tome farBrooksvSle*',*He JrQl I and 30 at the feoquoli Hotel., 1hossuffering1 NotIce to MerchantsThe .I

..ice Tea4Tombte" t f r1 nil a* usual the"ptdpltaotibe'Ch11etlah tomorrow. Church'.: f; .,. hrople'complications f with'' any nervous'err; trbubhwor" have close Miami their Merchants places of business Associationwill at I .'C'.,wA. ttW "

never been able
to get satisfactory
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iroq.60c rT..i'11 1 p. m.. on Wednesday afternoon ,
-t in work,
eye should see him. t -
wr1UD1' done at the Metropolis '
z7D May W [ '
once at reasonable rates. He has many patients in this town to Miami! Merchants Association and if you don't find what( r c? '
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a :set: to. At home be has entirely
cured where ,
failed.
Harrell and: two children another*, r Lryou
Mrs J.- ,V. BrosslM wants to list your property
p ,. Carl and Alta leave tomorrowfor Mr. and Mrs. RJ C. McGriff and son want tell us of your re- '''''''I

Birmingham. Ala: They have of Miami arrived last Thursday fora Umbrellas repaired and recoveredLeave |11'- H

:... sT spent the season ;Rlth.Mrs.Barrefl'esisterMlaa short visit with Mrs. McGrlfTs parents at Racket Store. qutrements and we can come '
: : Seals, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dart; In : srlpt ,
ttta straight clear"Ow for a-fewdgs'Mr.' nlMri*MeGrtff will :
There are many people woo can
Wanted at once -Ten aalesiadles; leave for California. which State near supplying them!' ', "
read human nature In the lines of the Y
i table use. Telephone us Jour also two young men. Apply at Empire they will makerjhelr future home- band. They tell to their own atiefaction .
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a person
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the band.Titer, are others who can 1-, .
.. #Dr'F.: r est Vanlandlngham.- i-Ft' *Tsn thousand Collar sock of ladles' tell a i man j by the war he holds his I
..ntl..nta' furnlahlnss to be sacrificed. iead.< There are others who can tell +"'''
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f Pierce. Is 1aI.in.mother Miami OB.ftr 10tt a few, street days.visiting Xverythlnfl at half price -Thte-'sale by-penmanship .what kind of-a No. 152. Three lots on Ave D at $!(W each'terms hilt ..
f ; .. her going on now. Do not miss It. Gen person he Is and In each case there Is l) i (,
I. 't 1 well known
'I-, Dr.and*VaalanJlngham is greeting his*friends'woo; are M."...., comer.Avenue D and 4th at.At much truth.- No. 153. Two lots on Avenue D and South Watee street,1. 1 '
to J jqamtli'V" numerous.IT" .-.r- Did you ever atop to think that yon unimproved! price $800 each, or both for SlSOOi "I
= .Ikk The Sunday school of the :Baptist use tell a (firm by Its advertising! ,1 .
"" Browu' Church will give:f picnic to the beach, Study the ads la this paper and yon No. 154. Lot 75x100. on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 caafc.< ti :
.DavI, Candled Popcorn.Mr tie will be how true to life tiey
N. Ch8i & SOn .r; next' Tuesday. Lady'Lou having surprised balance in one fear. There is a little bona; on this place Which ;
e been chartered for<< the occasion.The are. ,This Js a better test of our theory
W. H. Challle returned' from excursion is free! to an member;ot than any thing else. Ton know paya $180! per annum. Property will make a food buslnesi_ she. J "
Hit? Avow O, Miami, Pla.; Jacksonville on ;.Thursday., having the Sunday school and church. All art- the merchants and yon caa judge how II. .'
I ..11', Coat J0ak.. t ISIS'AT,> A been In that city severai LTHarper.Srno:weeks wlth requested to catty dinner Boat .fat'It'lODIw.are. No. 155. We can recommend this as a good investment!aba .
'-, '" her daughter/Mrs R. leave at a, m2iJlrompt."and. .return I There are the firms who have been to this property there ate six house In food condition, the yearj' i

has bee*'dangerously 11L and Mrs. Bar.per'htt late; In the aftertiooaLomsi business a song time and have. a fair rental amounts! to $720 .and the price is only $4750.with 1200 .
I : fully: recovered. will cometo business at a good profit They are
G. M. VINCENT'Pati : ; Miami within a short' time to visit satisfied to ]et things take their course cash, and balance in annual payment of 500. ,I Ii

;: : f her:_parents.t,' Their a4 tells that they can be foundat i| i, ...-
ncr Surgeon f -' : the same old place and their good JIo. 156. One good two story house facing the bay>> and'3;

.. .e, # ,Mrsu' A. P. Brown and daughter. are the same as usual so there is no valuable Iota for 13200, terms $700 cash and balance to :
"'-Diseases- a Sped&Yac. tty, Miss Gladys, left yesterday for Prince use to change the reading hence their j| J
," .. ton. N. J. Miss, Gladys has been most ,* Wondertullte&er ad stands the same an the year and No. 157.. neat louse and ,loti just outside.{ .it.f iJr

.j>,-e-- oat noM Pf C popular'during her stay here. Among year after :year.' 11500.. $500 do l n. $20.00:: per month. :
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Residence 14th Stce other evidences of her popularity wasa =CURfS> There are .other: Arms who make '"
214. delightful straw ride Thursday t 141 Barns sensational|runs of prices below the No. 158. T ne four room, twPstorycottagei.: price for the'
: room 4, 6, Hatchett Bldg.Just" : light to Lemon City with a dance fol- Inflamation, Cats.- Braises, cost price and when you read it you :
three, $3000. Will sell We 111 wral
separately. caa fire
101t'1q.1U arrival there of the party. Chapped Skin,5Ro-ajfkness. Blackheads look at once for the hook for yon know very .
'f" ; The friend of both Miss Gladys and ,Pimples 4nd Eczema.,Keeps it is a halt; because no man can sill terms on these. Ask tor them. '
Mrs' Brown'will miss them throughthe'long Complexion soft,'smooth and fresh goods halo, cost unless he makes ft
"t summer.L up some other way.. No 159A new two story residence, facing the bar. just
Received Price 25c, ,There Is I the firm wits the catch outside the city on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2500. with terms

a L Two famished cottages. for rent to I Sold by BIsca1.u Drub Company sentence "We want your money. of f 800 down baL' $300 per annum. If yon want something' new
That was alfcol thing to advertise and
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November L J. H. Tatum ,
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and attractive, tibia is the place to buy.II _
nice line of the var Itl(was run showed the firm 1 '
was new ip" the advertising Add ft II :: l'

ClOSING. EXERCISES<< was run until everybody: was tired ,.
1 Eaton: and Hurlbiit: and the papers did not want to print ,
It any longer. Then that firm made I
or ; a change of front and advertised that
StationaryBOOMIORE they would] all any order:made to tie
ACADEMY catalonrne :{home for E cents less than F.C.(

ST.CATHERI/NES/ It Everybody could be said delivered it could from not Chicago.be done Brossier&SOnr< -

: but the firm made good their promiseand
fair Building |I" that I. always the test of value of
advertising! Their ads have been of
the kind at it takes very little effort Real Estate and1200.L RentalfAgents ,
Wednesday ,Evening, May 30J730 p. m for the mI II of the observant, into 11>. _
gent read r and buyer to see tha1 :
I Admisslon'35c. Tickets on sale at the Convent they are p to late and leading 1D AI ,
'. !1 ?<4 their 11118. .*. Miami Florida

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J I IpattusOzt tug Sybil of the Florida EMI .
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I .... Coast Railway extension fleet, sailed i 'I __ II. ""&
this morning: }Jacksonville after I F':
another tow of"bsrg l.lor. "thl* port.i Aa.oasce.tati aa.ler this hradiiff:
da I t will tie Imtcrted anal after the Dmocritic Ir i
I i PrimsriM.tile Duly JUirnpo-:: '
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Completing Reservoir lit for flO.Ou: WMklj-Metropolis. (5.00. '
ATTORNEYS The bottom of tnt new rewtslr: orbs both the Daily an* Weekly M.. Unmatchable
for the watetworks. ; trout,!,*for f 10.00.
VrmBeMMMlB all eouts. at the golf grounds
.MHimmiinrn_ Is now being put !n and it Is i i Positively aoaaso.ac.meat.111be .
.... =-. work wUKhave beep ta...ned.ule. **.accompanied by tbs ; ... .....- -- ,- .. -
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expected : .
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#cuo. ,. -'" ,, completea. within thefneit ten days, a .: ..... ..:. .. ,_ _
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t. when the new water service will b..

-a.. .."TXOUIt .' turned "on.Attention. l
For County Clerk :

.Seymour & K..of'; 4, ;to the Democrat of Dade County J Bargains Jl-t
Attorneys All members?of the local !lodge.Knights : lUke tU method of announcing !. ?

Counselors At I of Pythias, are requested to'' my candidacy: for the office of County :
meet at the lodge room tomorrow Clerk subject to the action of ;the
eta attmtio to ctTtl nio-nhig'at nine o'clock 'for the purpose1 Democratic primary and will appreciate
i SUM .4 F *. of releasing the Memorial Day any support that my friends M : ;
;'Room. 5,6,,7, FrisseU program and exercises :which take tan jive me. Respectfully.; Week egin in Monday a y:2P.r .
.. place n\xt Wednesday afternoon. A i; Z. T. MerrtttFor ,. I

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Error Corrected.The County Clerk -
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J.' ,Attorney: at hours of the reception to be i'1
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Southern Cross Chapter "
tendered by j
yself as a candidate: for the office
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.. t310I'fiwelfthSt_ i.:,. U Miss<1.Daughlerl Bessie..Fuller of the next Confederacy.Tuesday Pt Clerk of Court for Dade Count, ,., h'....:,<_, _""?. LACES-r-10CO yards.val ,and ..torchon laces worth
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subject to the action of the DemoertUeprimary '
aft"rnoonIII'm be from"-four" to sis, F. W. Ham; from 6 1-2 to 12 1-2 cents. Your choice 5 }

Geq.M. clock and notfrom two .to four aprerkHtsljr I at per yard. '|I . . . : : . . t '

TltUIVIll., announced,_: : Scotch -'
1 I c A line of figured lawns colors war- 'r'"

r'Attorney.-ar.r:<.;;r>& ." I-.. ] : )d. Room to 'rent-: To lajy'; moderate]' Tenth DistrictI I ranted. Peril yard . . ,. . t..5': U AtLaw; "* myself aicanaidate : -! "
rA.. ., ... rate. Apply .Metropolis: office. hereby announce a* :
n WIll ftacuce III' an.Comru, : i for the offlee! of Constable In i A line of Alm rta batiste beautiful patterns 71 ..

.. Superintendent' Ely- Here. j :Tenth District of Dade county':'>sub II worth lOc now. . ... . . . I
1 fflvcr.. JB } -: Among ,.the.jpromiD.enl visitor In!)f'ct' to the Democratic primary' and 1
-"Hudson '& the of the P Sanford Ross:| Respectfully -., This
superintendent .s"= 1- everywhere at 10 to 12 1-2 cents. sale

"Attorney at, ContractingCompany tern In Savannah. ,Mr.-wirk Ely neadqaaii makes!f; W. J. Wilson. I 4 for . J. . . ... . 2 5", .

.i -,,) occasional_vtsit here 10 look over the:1 FOR CONSTABLE :
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Building-. $ I'I'T.nth Ladies' vests, better grade, worth
,". -- "- the work"new being'ship Jone canal.br "on the.the company opposite in J 2,' I hereby announce District myself u a caza.j 15 cents, not 3 for. . .: . . 2 5 :

:gip.: 'i.8; "iL .., etde"-ot-the-bay? He wnr probablyretunno didate for the office 'or Calico and 1 wh wrappers, worth one ,
savannah he Tenth Justice District of Dad' dollar9JC
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OOee wttk... "_ tOBltnt.,." 'r county, subject to the Democratic primary and fifty cents, now. . .. . .
lddeee) lett /fr Inspected"Ship" Canal. I' and ask: the support of an my j
coner Ae O A partylcoeUUnf-oTT.'V.' Moore, friend Respectfully; A' l of and soiled good
large va iely remnants
iaaEtr Senator.F.-MUHudson-'and: severalothers John F. DeBerry. j I ....-
on BARGAIN COUNTER at, your own price.:
-\accompanied SuperintendentsEly !
Dr.. James'M. and Tan-.thglen'to-.Ule'ne... shltf New from ArizonaL. I I
.j canal on the opposite'of"the" bay this j B. Gould formerly of this city 1, I ShirtWaistso ;4GW I: it I
Offb.CAner I2IUa morning to Inspect the 'work being but>> now residing in Phoenix. Arizona, j .
done there They went over on then; write to the Metropolis that fruits'I more beauttfill
n.ti..I: "''oI We wish to call your attention to a r
P. Sanford Rose tuj RJ .S. Brasstarj; and vegetables are plentiful in that
3 to 4 7 to and returned about nook "" state and that the stock raising is line of shirt waists with short sleeves J just receIved. I :
sari
:T .'jtan an enorDlOus.I1Jl1Itry.. Money ana The are trtily exquisite. YOU WANT'TO SEE
_. -. .G1I.O\"JCS..cOTI'AGES. 1n'C.- MRS I work 1* plentiful ..ihoujh water 1.1
THEM BEFORE THEY ARE
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IJnB.-, B.. ,MCALLISTER-BECK.. .. ", 7Enjoying I I xcarce and dry on wea'ber.account of continued He directs warm the I, .-

,;;., *..:_,.Jttla; .1Vet1"!tl', a Cru1N.1 Metropolis to be sent to him at thatplace White Silk G PICKED-OJ----
:. ,.. The fine yacht LucHe bas arrive I as he desires to keep abreast o: .
t" :: ,= !'- 1"portfrOmDaitoea.:. : :; -witll her : the news In. his former home city: I I ij called
The much
,' long delayed ... .
er Capt. Harry Thompson and 0..11':1:
consisting of Mr. and Mrs. W'antedWomall., to assist In house gloves'now I received. They are In elbow and fullarm 1

t 3t >ilitrri fevt if l ; : Thompeoq aboarJ. with,, and Capt.Miss Bennett LUDaa'Tbompaon as pilots:I,Iwork. Webb Hotel, Dania. N.I .. length./ Only a small stock and HARDtog'. '' t'" I : 4

They are bound for Key.West and ;tat* Sold Valuable Horse

1l1ce.BooaI- $ rau. Capt. W. H. Mcintyre of thl*.I I Dr. P. T. Skagg has sold his valuable .. .. .. ..
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t, "" '1k city ha* joined the party and wilt buggy horse. Pearl to Mr ant .. = r.- : ,
J" ,_. ;rrilHU cruise with them for a few day1; Mrs. J. Austin HaIL About the mid
t; 1re1O"nt. &oU.m" They anticipate a delightful Ing..n| I dle of next month. Dr. Skaggs will go -
._. .Bemdence 141, 10th to Germany to take the latest course Ii' I .
IRONIER meane.SITS IBV5MO..tIi i Ihl medicine, while Mrs. Skagg >win "
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t -' 'FRED ,visit relatives and friend In Ken Marl's Oyster anil, Chofiffovs
r Freighter Went Aground, 1.1'.,lUCky. They will be absent;; until ,You Will Find It .
fc *!r' Qtmvral Contractor.1"I The pineapple freighter Ruth iffy I early fall and on their return will Sea Food Our Specialty
and Manatee sailed this morning f i'j bring back a blooded animal from a.
,-1' aratdln Elliotts Key after cargoes of fruit j 1 I,celebrated Kentucky stock farm. j I
,,' BUMInc. In going oat of the rivet bo'h crafts i Ojvtert by p1&te'qurt or radon.teal .
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W0* DfHI dr, M atJohosoll
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grounded on.the flat' east of BrlcJt..1elrl Stomach Trouble' served at aU hoar 41012th. Street. Miami 1
!<} H point.- The Ruth A-.loated sooo j I _
.. Wi rC.: M' after; and< proceeded on*her voyage.: I! 9 r I
:: : though the MStnatee' I remained fast' Mrs. Sue Martin an old and highly
.. ; for sometime finally,being relieved Frespected[ resident of Falsonla] Mina, investigate Before. Investin
I: by the launch Hoosier when she too I I I was sick with stomach trouble for & Tompkins :
;: Wtth May arda n proceeded south.W. 1 I IJ I more than sU months. Chamberlain' ,
: AsswD heat a J I Stomach and Liver Tablet cured her. i Wind PowjerHa
I- I C. T. U. Meeting J :1 i She says "lean now eat anything I .
". The W. C. T.:! U- held its re r want and am' the proudest woman In been 'adopted by the best people 'of the1.country u the
GEO ..L'M meetltC"-yesterday at the Methodist medi-cine.: cheapest power for raisin? water. Note the people Woo hare.-
ChD IJ&IUtf. church South; Mrs. Nelson president.In .I I ; 5 and lOc them, they could hare steam ga and hqt air too if they waatar j
the'chairB'!sMith\ appointing Co. and all druggists. Samples free.Sor. ed it. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot this I
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of committees on various works tnete, business and with my pump mechanism that I hare just bees
<; ;; OOOOAKUT were two papers' read by Mrs. NelsQu! Nipple ,I granted patent on. I will guarantee two double the capacity,,
.: and' )Irs...,S.'A. Belcher: on the ten '., I I value and fife of any wind miU outfit,. Any, infriagementewillbe .
I WALT C.;,DtI erance l outlook in San Francl#. 4 cure may be affected by applying Variety Store prosecuted.' i '
The closing of,saloons and conflstyttloa Chamberlain's Salve as soon|I" the : {
ArOJU.:: *t>rhe government of all Intox., child Is done nursing. Wipe it off (
Icatlnr drinks Jnjthe "doomed eit<< $" with a soft cloth before allowing the 1. H PERRY Cocoanut Plo ,
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-- was :dfic _d: by:uhf uuton 1 be child to nurse. Many trained nurse prpvel, :
"" .. 1210 Are C next meeting occurs on the lecQlJct use this salve wlth the best j result (
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Friday in June ate First Y-tJ!. Price 25 cents per box.. Sole by Biscayae N. 1017 Avenue O. MlaiHl. PiaM
: church: at 3:30 p. m. Drug Co. and an druggist ,

i The IF.,Chapman W. CHAPMAN. Contractors AND Property f QwD5umn

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-", I full Last. Coast Carnal,,ao I If you don't want to Sj\ MONEYs
Y 1aWa. vixur Wudlu o< tX ,
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Contractor ,and ??J JSUCCESSORSTTO
and bay jour building mater, ;Lou Leif
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Ono antoed of air kinds.
i Tellof Pine and Cypress
Let,M.....a.yo.r work aju. .
"ey..U cell tetenMw sad M*y fuclthod..... r.O.boa, We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds ,CemeDt, Sash DC

Mouldings,'and whatever else builder, requires I

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; ". ( : T i i account of rain last Monday great. ''many: of' o .


1 c' -r t Merchandise l ; :rece1ved.' : i customers were: unable jo, :attend,:Be48cffsale; ,; ; jbnto M


; n : \ those, woo did attend found it;-the most t tltactiveo';

'sale l of the season. ''We will repeat"Sale Mona '

llJiitq factories 'and mills for this 's ecialsale'I .
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Remember dates of saleBiipirevpftodlQre I ,lot hosiery,worth 60c to MMat 48c: One lot sfflu to go at this sale

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a ---if THE I IIi Belts, worth '6Seatsto 'Good midemstv;'t&penett'"and'' '

!! r I ) atOne . .,. . ..48c; A arms,' for. ...:... .. . 48'- I

; lot collars, an prices, Me to j, Broken l lot(corsets,+laU prices, to

( ) I : l. 5,cents. at. . .;. ....;. i..i.48c ,/? go at this( sale for '.\ .. . 48c ,

One lot gloves, sigh double tipped One ,lot ribbons, 60 cent to $140

; ) I : t' thlssale :, . .: : ;e'. .,4c, values at. .. . *.$.. .; .t-, 48c
j ***- > / ? f. s ,. if ". \... : it **" L $ f A 77?

!--Miami,.forida..a.,Watch.his.paperforim her.pa hcalars. iorWbiteGO
f dS, madras;meccej' d' OOdS' nd'DOV ltfes-,48 -lmi-

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If Baring jal'tiliicei1 I JUT find.-that Ijure .,grabbing social fadvantaijeiVand propensities t Of led conrse.wt fmoney: I home prorlto"'Sn) thai thai i nurry when;'yott Pyon"bringhim'will; provide I (Twelfth- ; : Street t, Cornet' : ,Avenue,.:CjJ' Miami, florid

rthf last six eeU.. i are all getting rich. We can't help some attraction to keep him there. I
mado.ft*ty tt'ta'>doflsrs aadaj;;11t"1f..r..llte4' .' r boeae'smrounded Ple*_oont-all-come at once. I'" U 1 Ld1 'M4.M.wY.gl1YM -___-_- ---Yxw..r--r+-'a..wrr. __._=-.__.;;..__ .__. _
opera glass rent OB -lection with nothing more beautiful Girl wjth the Opera Glasses.
one, 1 LOOk In eleven 'dollars, !that a tomato patch a home without, I I
ut e v.hisses. were ratherlns-*ors7r.w i a Hbraiy. man"without Art**ooai.: OTICI 'rU6liCATIONi f-- _---- '.' ..--t'O......... 7 _
for a father without some extra hoursto j !
that night' ud-two or' three i I I spend with Ms family tare not,i I.a 1 .
:the Candidates, who did not secure I what. we waat'to Bake ..Miami'-an"abldlns ,, \KDepartment of the Interior I Ii .. '- f 11 no. -I
11th'their city?Havt"you ever drea a : r _LLl, ,, f
sir 4** are hlamlng me I ; i' & Lan Offlce at Gainesville Fla.J'fT I ,4
the dinner I'lrtf.WII1eb fork did yon fe & April 23, 106.
defeat? From now o through i nseif OU
n primary; I shall rent my operato 4.o jw < .f,.'; y : Notice II hereby given that the fol o : ornors
lowing-named settler has filed notice
Do into the Library
nobody and shall ,esteem yon ever drop
In ,the-,Fair ,Building on Tuesday or of his intention to make
t,i: jaTpr unae trlends ,win aot<< coo- of his COmD1unta.l
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,! WdayafternoonrrsJt': will pay-you proof ig;support : .
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{10 bob"'lDe about them.. to take the times ',TOIl bow'that'Is that'said proof will be ," ., -' f \
.*. .e, one way to pin a conception of- Jna B. Rettly, United States Com- '
The Met sos ...I..m..1b1t1D&_the j r th.,lnt llectnal..utua,of,a,town-to' mlisloner aft his office at )Miami Fla.; and other :Friends : I
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who has June %S.-.90STIsGeorl.'W'EI. t
itetropolls today is to ask I Ie i spend a few hours in a public library on
of that auditorium at the I I and watch the selection of books: its, of Xaraaja Fla.. Homestead 11,8%%
1,. .ouq,1 et.naJtaow! _who,fit f Th.otherdayLatayed-there_one for,the,8w J-4ao: sectlon JT. ,Jtp. 86, ..l .
.OY. please. because when therebeen j I hour. There were four ch11.Jren,11s south, nng4.,8fPeast,; '""\ We take pleasure In ealllng your attention to the following statement" _
a holocaust there and thee I women and one man come for hooka.: He namet' the following witnessesto' I showing condition of the lank at close of business May ttn, as..reported. to
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*la Miami are weeping for the I made a'list of the boob borrowed : prove hiscontinuous residence npOB the lute Comptroller. ''i i ;- ,
their dear ones. It will take j'bnt.did not hare the heart to keep it and cultivation of said land. Tlx:' You will note continued Increase In strength and .UIt"....' Our 'dt- ..
ra. nen to stand up and say' "We.III' when I taw that man a great big Intelligent I' ,C.\v. HllL,'J. F. Billiard.. S.,Castello' posits are nearly a quarter of a minion dollars. "Our cash tn hand and In
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...' At a time _when there 111+i looking iliaD go away pouring and Charles Coalman an of Na banks It ever one hundred thousand. dollar*, or nearly BO per tent of our f
oU temct, that mall can be empot over "Tempest and Sunshine. ranja. deposits, when till law require only 20 per cent. We have a respectable
.. five hundred people in fire S eI na.W. 0. Robinson Register v surplus, no bllle"" payable or notes .dleceunted. In fact till Ita"mnt.
ante*-on.. rash. But should there & would bt eonsldtrtd an excellent end, and one that we are proud of. _
font-err f tin"-: the effect: .;That Library Us one of-'tbebest 3 I -* ,.,
M g I Wt extend our thanks to our friends for their,liberal and 1
MbswrlsM patronage
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iljibe fearful ''Tt*; stairs that things we hare and should be expand! Fortilnate :
pledge eurtetvtt to merit their eonfldtnee In the future as In the past.fttsptctfully ; i ,
tedly constructed tie fire e- I ed. The selection of books there Is B ,
pee i 'ax*.BCT ,excuses to, malt the i excellent.-.The fm.art. cry _
sacs company liable and mho and the librarian a very courteous I&. Ma." writes T. J. Dwyer now o! I M. K. McCORMICK, Vles-Presldent '
dollars for the byes ofpeople I lady Aa the membership
ept : grows Grsysrllle, Jfo., "three of my customers JAS. H.
r !_ _There should not" oehv .so win the list o: books. As the people .were,,>>-rmaaeat7..C1In4 of,coa- .j | OILMAN. Cashier.
entertainment allowed In crowd la too great numbers around _'
snmptloa by Dr. King's New Discovery f
,room ,until, another stairway those three bookcases in the Fair well ''I
sal and strong today. One
are
rltfc a doublt door way leading to ftproflded Building.there will come a demand Report of the Condition i of theBISCAYNE
was trying ;to, sell bid propertJ and '
buUeit tj It? for sad Miami will fBANK'
Vhose .. ; a library bunding :. : ,.
moTe to Aritoaa;bat alter using New ;
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bare something more to be proud ofM..R.nn I

.&peakIq. want to of.that ask another&aJUor1IuIL question.tauftt makes. ; 4 'W I .--.,- Discovery u.susar*a: to-do-so.short tIm..a''he rgard found Does anyone know where the bait Kings New Discovery as the most
the gentlemen (?> ini grown boys spend their days during wonderful .nedldae la existence. i
to stamp their feet when they vacation? My opera glasses will be Sorest Cotigh-and Cold can aid As rcawtctf Ie State CMtaircflcr, Mew 9tk, 19O6
to applaud real heartily? Some loaned-not rented you notice-to Throat and.Lung lealer.' Guaranteed
they may wander Into a arst- any mother la the city who ever wonders by allruIi1ltL SOe and. .|1. 'Trial RESOURCES f
i tfttatr la a city and -to that :where her,son is, bnt with ell bottle frte.iJ; Leans and Dlteeimtt .. .. .. 00 .' ...........I146M10M
and ret led out by the pollee.At I County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 00 .. 00 .. .. .. I.nl11
a recent concert la the Fair Unltttf States lends. .. U .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... zoo DO f
.._!& I law a dozen well known City of Miami...... .. .. .. .. 00 .. .. .. .. .. .... 00 .. .. 100000 t:
neat men of this town patting I Real' Estate Owned u .. .. .. .. 00 00 .. 00 00 .. .. .. 00.. 17,011 II f-
feet oa the moor as show.If they Furniture and Fixture .. .. .. .. '' .. .. .. .. .. 00 .. .. .. S.11S 25

.r.attending at a pity it a.la Bowery. .anyway that VII ":1 ";For ti i aUas'.l tand {Eornpany i : r .:. )',. "I.xpeftMeuat' '; -p ".. ..,'CASH...... uJ'RESOURCES.. ... ...... .. ... ,. .. ..... ,. .';' 1224 IS

I has not a first class opera beuse.des In Empire Trust Ce... .. .. .. ..1" .. .. .. .. ...StMlUt2ftlt7
the pleasure and tat profit In FlerMa lank and Trust Ce. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11
t would ciTe our cttlxens-the man .t;;... : : ctI r if..t'.J,1. .:...; .'. t.t'1...... '::1 V (. Atlantis'Nations tank.._.',. .; .. n.. .. 00... 1I.IIa1Sf1
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er: We can never hart the best '. t
trial talent come I to this town Has on its List Total Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11011,011.0/
wt hate a place for tnem to i
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think of the "fifty and event'

ye cent pieces' that yon presented Capital Stock .. .. .. U .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SZ7 JOO 00 I
he Gannon-Pollock Company when some particularly attractive sites for Surplus .. .. .. .. .. :. .. .. .. t.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 00' SMOOO
011 hear of them thankfully recelra Earnings .. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,14747
> dime tor the sell-same perform-. both residence and business .. . 1.
pur- Certificates of DepositCashiers' .. .. ., 21,1 0I StJJ01.W
la Jackxmrllle. ? : -0'-3.,t.., S4.-- ft Checks .. ..-.. ... .. .. .. ... .. .. ... ..
.t poses. An investment i in Miami real r Individual Deposits .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .: .. ..111,010 41 1. \'
I "lome one said,the other day thatrtat -a Total Deposits .. u... .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. acz.at'.CII l'
e In. advantages Miami at far ai concerned aoclal and : estate is sae.sul'e;, of quick! returns 12777a.UI : i i\

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It,the.top drops down rome crumbs -. Jis. H. Oilman, cashier of Link of Say Biscayne, do solemnly' swear 4
nd yon and the'other'' toads hop JOHN B. REILLY, J. "" that the above statement It cornet;. ..
ratty for them and then.for a Ions EglNGRAMAM .J JAS. H. OILMAN. Cesnler.
yon lit and wait formore'e Sworn to and subscribed me this 9th day of May. 1106.
rumba.. In.the meantime" your Tens Agent Fort Dallas Land Vlce- iesldent Fort Dallas t George R- ttomph. Notaryi 'bile.

eating; out of.style.. -.: 'Company, Miami Florida.-: Land Co., St. Augustine. I btfOl I .

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This 'Lternomto 'as previously noon of the week following the aplpearan those making correct guess.s or nearly "Puzzle Editor Miami Metropolis; : style of numbering using U many Watch out for the puzzle picture
e Metropolis, '.begins the e of a puzzle. '__ so. wiirbe; published the Saturday My answer to the puzzle picture ap numbers on separate line as there are erery. Saturday and then set to work
atated. the ; All 'auwen' mat.he"4Inete4' 'to after a' puzzle has appeared' for Instance paring In the Miami Metropolis of puzzles Incorporated. In the picture. on their solution. If yoo are confident<<
rJr"weekly publication! of a series {pw "Piozl Editor .Ifla d Metropolis" ; the name of the snoceeafnl Saturday. May, 26., Is as follows* The Metropolis desires to Interest yon hare succeeded forward the aa.
tie picture*, jlrtnr a cub"prke of. $1 In order that they may be filed and not winner of j the puzzle appearing this "No. 1. ........... the yonnc people of Miami, and Dade wer at once L to the Metropolis .addressed ;
'..1 itch week for:the;first, correct answer opened onto the above mentioned date. afternoon:;wlU not be..announced: "N :: %. ........ county and besides the puzzle picture and framed (a..the Bauer
sent-In tils office by the boy la this way the contest win be fair until next(;; Saturday and so on U It will soon commence the publication mentioned above and you may be th*
or Ctrl under the ace of 15 rears and alike to those residing in;Miami and leng M the puzzles are continued. "Etc.-C a' other features that will be winner of the prize, .though remembering -.
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received at.this office.vp..to Thursday The ume' 0(the ,winner _.with._ail like thisor,,! similar: AH competitors must follow the children read+ra. try. try. again? 7FVONM3LE
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\; NewTort Mfi-'I'DD1T1! u1 flowers. "' the shad!*. piame f bolds, having a polling brim la the'back had chiffon and over It a fine- ihhred'maline.L ,the;;bit itself:was'all,black bat-tw'crown brch iotMn .i a of white i
the crowd that W'U' buying hats at sway among feathers., bands of,narrow black velvet about Its '"*Underneath was-a aching ofmallne. I was a j mas*. of paasie.of the plumes u4 alarettes. while the'front
-4!; ld uppaed.Sit Se *. v j brim fnd> wide bow of the same lathe covering'the.bandeau at tks) very darkest halo of purple red and wu. perfectly;plain.briq DOt .Ta
Y Dyt1&w s hive ] ..Torpracticalerery; day use".ons! of fronastened with a gold,buckle; back:rind:-'brought round to, the left occasional yellow under a drab of a crown, .baad.-' :
f.. the. whole city was"supplied/faf no ,the sailor shapes In'a serviceable and through the front of the crown sidel v ? -. black ChlntlUy.Uce: and'at the sides .e I .
'sooner coy the Easter..seek over than.straw is most durable of anything I I were stock two baclt"qam.. having i ._. were three short plume covering the. )floe.ear wlth' hlrt1falata the amarfo
: ;", 'laUQnenvat once advertised "specisl ,know ot% Some of the aaIlort- are gold centers; and large black velvet About the'low crown' was a man ot back and side from'which shot yet- est mOdel I'UT, seen Ia of white
tact.ls.that" i trimmed most elaborately and la sue ta t bows were placed In the back'of the black pansies and a short bfeck plume tow, l -eUIUe not a bit that j.chip baring folds or black velvet
after Easter exhibition' The I -way_as.to.be,quite unrecognizable rolling brim the ends 'which laid fell from the left side over the back; on* could wear oa all occasions and above. and beUth1+ brim; a rout
today the demand"made: 'upon as the plainest of our shapes others against. ,the hair. thli she called .her.fine-weather'hat. all ..eatUraJ,) the'effect .was.;:stylish J I shape something 011 t.l1e round sailor
t woman., regarding tier drew, make the again are very simple and stiffly trimmed Irf .-. or such occasions when she wished in'the extren) and the coloring such order.lt II'raJRd hf the back' with
'. latter more and more lavish In expen{I I with an eye,to vtlllty alone. The Red Is:*o fashionable a color jar oat- to pe smartly dressed but DOt.IIOUc>I that it might[be worn with almost any two immense: bow of black velvet
amount There'popular sailor;of the'present moment .log hats.::dhat one sees many a shapein ably so. On another, day when she costume. 'wltT good taste.- ,'I rlbboG; ,and. around the cnnna II a
dltauei ;; and quality. t|lis made at the left stie while the front I this color. A 'example of wished to attend an outdoor affair ot' i.: e- .wreath -roeee..ad 'their foliage Iaterap..i .
most be a drei'l for aD'oc:a.ioD"'a 1,I and back are about toe'sameSrldth ,the red hat was built In English walkIng some 'IIOte, she substituted for the' ,J'or"the bat, that 'must set Well with bows of velvet rlbbOD.
T"wltlf nearly every dress ,there !must I Ii" and narrow. They are all Ufte4' OD ]i: outline with the left side fastened black pansies some black mallne thou [wear.lt Is'bitter. economy to ]f i Tbeae boWl should have long ends
be a hat to match.. Even,th? woman a bandeau-covered with a mask of,I close,to the crown with two wings placed fairly In front from which shot a fine durable, though not necessarily which fan u they but having .0 ,
soclal/dcmaj-ids* upon het.J tulle niching which is brought round showing;)wo shades of red;- redand out two lone white' plumes,and on heavy straw These fine'straws eaa i many there In no apace to be >,
Il1F1th few ; ., on1 the left side where the bar: Is slight black cherries were laid .in cluster the back instead of the rush she made be so much more easily cleaned of the seen
J 'finds'she has need ofjtd ,: more hats;',ly tilted. The crown may be replaced above the CroWD 'underneath the an ;exchange of green mallne and roses I dust and maie to look fresh again bra : .jL
,la a season,and to.ttiW( :u* IT..bust'( by one-made entirely: of flow. brim and left side. A more suitable lot the shade of the old fashioned ,UtUe-retrl minI that'It pays .U. I'I'c 11 yon tine "t done so. It
.. 'news the putting on',and fit 'hat .ten I or lace or'the' straw crown may hat for the seashore was .of, rough cinnamon rose; this she wore with a spend the extra money ba'tll. beginning now time br you make the ballet. .:
-w :iJs ear ] be simply encircled by wreath o;,a I but lightweight(;; straw In a round sailor checked voile gown: made over old rose ; the roagh straws look very stylish embroidery lat..: large stores >
*. four or five times. a day i flowers or a niching of tulle, or a slm- which bad a broad brim which silk. Another day when the fog rolled ba the IIf.t .earbag. but It a oaiya having fancy Altbe are
V through 'aU,..eatbef* -it.. rat tr: 't ale band. Now the high sailor! is I would be a One shield !for the: eyes over the land she arranged over little whU, before their rough Iur- offering 'set*.'of nt'ed.:1:
> crushes and"the sun >':..'' cry unbecoming' to.some faces ana from the! sun's glare on,the ....ter. th j crown a" tarn shape of lace and a lace has a nmUlated an amount,of Iia their making but a handy girl; oq.of '.
two hats willhardly: aV.x i"': eteu ,in that case It Js'better to choose one I In the beck was a 'niching o' silk 111'stpad the same over the brim, and I i dust that positively! disheartening her owapaUrna old stamp one
), business wear'. 11 of the little round brimmed sailors, o( the more -perishable mallne, :> back was placed a wreath of j to the home" m lluer. t for herself:, First tl the frame aria \
I .. ..' which when effectively trimmed with 1 and a twist\ of silk was about the i rufOf silk leaves, while two wings'' e shape It to sult your own face then
The-.favorite straw are the'crins,' lace, a quill or two and-what is 01 crown ending In a little chic'bow In : the top of the hat at the A hat that will give rood; rvtce for tupoa:I the crown ma k out the exact
t. Milan,'Tuacans, Dunstables, Leghorns more Importance hat. that "look I tout w.hile two broad quills at the Every bit'of these extra trim- the whole Il; eon I. of Milan straw ID size Inside of which our patters must
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t. and the hair-braids, which may be had well on"you. left tJ'gave| the. extra decoration.Its nrrabged on wires or silktats .that peocnUaf mode shade that Is so I i lie; leave enough c tb at the sides
In all the fasionable colors seen in wearer could feel easy about even ; and by the aid of a few jewetiedi fashionable! his Inmmt'f. About the i to ore end tuck In tbe'sld" 01 the
dress goods; and It Is a fad of the A pretty example of the flowered- in the midst of threatening clouds. 'i pits, this woman could have a new .brown out 0 which flared two black 'I crown; now cut a uble portion 01
it'< season to'blelld two or three shades rown sailor, was made over a (wire I i.hat in about ten mlnnu I. 'tul1ls. A ecood bat, a toque. wall I'I'I (I cloth for the upper n4 under portion
: ..of a color In a tostnme: hat, the straw tame ,crown and straw brim. ;The A blafjt hat Is almost indispensable I f't black t' n, trimmed with a few ,,of the brim leaving Ipnt1 of material
,r-usually corresponding: to the thaJeot torn was composed wholly of White to any 4eli arranged wardrobe and j i Hack! crln was used fir a much tnt.i chops ot bl ck mescaline and two,ifor i seams and tore n? In; whip all
the material,ot the gown. It ,would roses and Just below where the crown :t is rejtatnly a stand for all sorts j,fed i shape'and bad a black bow of vt'l.I.I' -! wtnll ''f 'dfp, drat work Y ur patterns and
seem as though every shape was fashionable .olned the green straw brim was a 'of occasions. I know a woman who far front on the lef side frou. II ,j rover the hat. A ban I of ribbon about
those.tilted at the side high tend of dark green velvet. .Under; has a Lint of this description eo constructed II which exten.led a black plume nroijn-i I The bent hat may. of course. be a i the crown with j rest bow at the
In the back while others have flat neath upon a bandeau was a dduble that she can easily and qaick- th back. Around he crownwas ]J, more rlabor te affair/ A turban shape ( 't'.t .side! and one on er the brim will
brims, and even those shelving down. niching of white and green tulle sly change the trimming upon it by I nothing but a twist of black velvetca 'I foimed of rises with two wings rifting ; complete! the hat >r you mar workMannPayzant.
,.'.:. ward. Most of the much, bent atrawe brought round under the tilted, left i i taking tout or the addition of a few ght with a jet.' buckle. I'. rom the l Nft side would be appropriate a brown hand and t !m with rQlettee.
are supported on light wire frames. side above which reared a long white i pins and extra chous. The bat frame e. i for n oat occasions sod weath- I or pompoms, or ev n flowers if you
r and'of course, are an absolute nece aigrette. was a rand sailor bent at the sides nother of these black hats was so sera, A pr tty hat with an Alptne; RO prefer, but the simpler tie hat
lty to those of chiffon, lace or tune. : I and bask to suit the wearer's face7. 'r aimed that It did not at all give !i t I crown and I high dented brim, whfte, he butter the styleCatbetn
i. .-la trimmings the rose Is the Cower 0: > A. .round sailor of Panama straw, The fr 1 e was covered with heavy;. yob the idea, of being black. Trap='I[above and lack beneath, was In the[ < .

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tracts of Dade county Florida I onMay. If.you :want absolutely water-proof residence, business' ; >: ck'or. li'bnildln 1 any kind I
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1;, Key West Fla..May n. June 12, 1906 for the nominationan'Democratic ol } ;
1., The annual commencement' exercise candidate*,-8taU'aad We will -demonstrate to .you that water ian; be} poured oVer'the ,facing of our 'r tone 1

t'(' held*in of the the Stone Rath' Church.5 Hargrove; were Seminary decidedly County, to'be voted the for general by the Democratic.elector'at e.eo- 11 and will stay, there until H evaporated bythe; eon, wi ll h notthejleast**"%; b1f'of*absorbment by the i

;r ;:. music*ttcces teacher ful.of.V the Ml'seminaryplay** ,William.. the.4 and UonMo to be-appointed beheld November by the DemocratIc 6th. 106,I stone. It is not healthy to live in a damp house, '' therefore\protect the',health of yourself\

t. Mendelssohn's wed attendant ding-,march .and GQv rl10r of the State between the and family and build a stone house. Plaster can be 6njthis6tonethus saving the ex )ens&\ :
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; up Then the came aisle.Presiding Ills* Emily Elder Reed S. led.W. election.sat A.the D.holding 1808. of the primary of lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone wil! ; : racK_ or peal!:, We also deal in/ +:

Lawler. of the East Coast District ._. DONT-FOBdET 0 GIVE US A CHANCE TO [BID
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rylnic.bouquet* Lastly walkeJ the 2 Justice of the 'Supreme Court r _
t. graduates gowned In filmy white and
Ii carrying bouquets. They were Misse 2 Railroad CommUaioner
f Loreno Harrison,Celia Comas and 1 Member of the House of Represen Stone Construction Co
TheArt
,I. Cornelia Prayer Bo was bens.0lere41br Rev. W._ A.t' tatives.t ternt for nnez- ? :

Myers anda: chorus entitled the "Lord Aired
':" 1* mr.She berd."-sun* by the senior 1 County AM *or of Taxes_ r j. j._. fc-... j i? -
class. Rv. Lawler waintroduced 1 Tax Collector.
; and gave .an eloquent address on ed 1 County Treasurer.
'nation, to the class. After the ad. 5-County Commissioners., "Look:f& lieWall"
b dress the! graduating class, sang 'a 3 .Member of County Board_ 'of Public Office *and Stone Yard Foot Avenue. D. it the Turn: in

d beautiful sons and then Miss Reed Instruction. ; Hlc
R the principal, presented to -them their 1 Supervisor of Registration.
: ,"diploma, praising them for,their can I 1 Member of the Dads County.Democratic .
Executive Committee for Precinct 'j
est efforts' and access. r. ,
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,i':, Then 1I111r Harr1tto1t11r"a; "Tery"1Iret. : Nos. 14 and"T. respectively: ., I
ty speech,1 presented the seminary 1.Justice of the Peace and 1 Constable | place old engine house 1t t Frost. Clerk: R. C. Stanley. :.Poll-:
with a fountain, as a token, cl esteem In such district a* have va t precinct No. Inspectors: Jesse[lug place school house. ;1.. '
[!:, from the-clas; I cancies.i Dougherty.. J. L.' Garnett and F. W. The voting shall be by ballot on '!
t;. The following prize were awarded i I; 1 Fish and! Game TVaraen Palmer.. Clerk: Cnllen ,Pence. Polling !! tickets furnished by the .State,,and Miiiiil Bilsihess'OlEectory
to the* classes in drawing and con.struetive Tee rules governing said 'primary i place.i Porter' Packing'House. County Executive Committee, and at
work: br Rev. E. A. Harrison i' election -.,hill be the same a* those(" Precinct No., Inspectors: r. )[. [the clote at such election; the icspeci ,I .
v,,, : tiFirst / t'(adopted by the Democratic i ExecutiveCommittee ilRae, T. J. Haygood and I. B. i tor and clem shall proceed ,U can- I 1 .
[\ prize 'Cenwood VTeliacott; J at their meeting held In I Tto-lor.: Clerk: H.' B; Hodges. PoI 1 Ivaji the vote in accordance with the !; t
second! ,Julia Medina; honorable 1 Jacksonville on February' 24. 1806. forgoverning led plkoschool, .house. ; Satela1l';-and shall at once forward Out of Town lIuy.r..nd: those within the Olty will find In the aL
? mention Louis Costar, Alfonso Ding-.i State Primaries i so, fan a* precinct,Jv'a.\ .6 Inspector-- -J* ;l.H .j.he- rtiaras- to the Chairman,,.of.UuIJbuatr j Tt. Us below the addressee of MlamJ.Merc ntUUU' '
tf ,lw- '. JF .', ,]{the same shall be applicable to the rdy! D. Cassel and J. W. Pfrce.: ; Executive Committee. t I '-. .. -. ,JaIslfied heads for ready r.f.reLJ J
,:: Constructive work prize Elsie Lund. County Primary. Those J land only i Clerk: J. :M. UmsteaJ. Polling place!, The ajte :xeuts to'be paid by the I
l' Honorable 'mention. Berdina Waite..j those persons'shall be permitted to become RJuses raw. vaiious candidates shall trot{ as torts !- I I N .
f" Prize awarded for best memory lu candidate before or vote at, orf I f.Frt'clnct: Xo. 7-Inspector*:* W. "W.. a. : I ,_C)_ BRAOV A CO. L ecR .(4
'; :Bible verse to ,Louise Grillonrhon; f[i participate in the management o." sail 1I.ahaU. Ed: T. King ard KepiyBA Kepiestntauve ., .. .1 25.90 J I Fresi Fruits and Vegetables Dealer !n. Oraca. Paunt Mssl-
orable mention, Louis Costar. primary electioa.wno declare their adtherence \ 'an. Clerk: R., A. rru. Polling: Clerk of Circuit Court ..i...;: 150.00 cine",.ToUet_ ArUeie, Stattonrtt
After the distribution of prizes the'I to the principle and organization [ place: Stra abaa"* tore. j jTax .. TS.OO'Tax I I t2ta i treet.\Cbr, ..Ave D. Miami, ITa.' \ J.
I. roll of honor'was reaJ.and then the of the Democratic Partynation- ', !gfreciLCt ':S-ln.pecton: J. B.Wbfforfi. : Collector 78.00 Fancy t *rocera.*. Hay, Grain not; Arena..V.__.i I Miami. IV
I ben edict Ion': by Rev. 8.'W. Lawler. a; State. a d-county. who are by the.| .'J. W. Ive and J." A. harp ( County 'treasurer .t 75.00 I \(.... ,1arse -,
it ended the exercise fJaws of the.State lawful elector of ., I CTArk"J,; H l'' Glisson. Poling place.i Counts Commissioner .. ,. ,.* 10.00 j 'Mipes',r.rtlJ1zer j MRk Et C. BECK.
Andrew Whahon Ic-f; on tteJ Mai- : the,.lectlon districts In which they i hoof,.ho'ine. I II ''Member Board Public Instrac. 10.00Justice I Jatata.:
steamer San, Jacinto. attend to ..ho have their poll ";... 9 the .: J. CJ lUMMU* ..
lory to i offer vote paid t I Sfreclcct Inspector: PfulJlhuntwi. 'cf Peace t 1.001.00 ... f -1 u1t4t'L4. aid I2201t
t- the East Business College la Pough-;i tales legally due not Jesat; than ten L. Forcell and J. I. Peteis. -1 Constable --......1, claIer .
keepsle. XT.-- Whalton has the best !'days before said primary election.and,! Cleik:. J. A.. Daughtry. Polling( '{County Fish and Game Warden 5.00 in groceries( Grain. >> Twefti.trMt.! Miami. Ha.HUODLESTON
wishes of many friends for a'successful -":who shall when challenged by an elector i-. place.' school: ho>1... L! I{Supervisor of Registration; 6.00 Har- .aid Fertilizer -WILaoP1 ,a >
school career. pledge Inwriting upon oath. be-i gPreclnci No.: io-Inspectors: T. ;1.. :! All c ndlate are required to file awnltteniappllatlon J' ReatEctku
[ Dr. Stringer' lEft Tuesday for Tampa -i More I any inspector to abide by and 10'11' aley, H. Dais Miller and S. L. 1 to have his name JIll 1 th Street _.. ...Miami._ _.IT_:4 i and lararaM*
MIII i ii i *f
to.attend the funeral of his uncle support the result of such primaryanJsupport !fitterson; Clerk: R--B: : cLeD4bU1 1 f appear'upon'the official ballot on the 120 13 .u.et KlamL flu'
,- Dr. Lykes. The,Interment will the nominees thereof. Polling, p'ce.Fair building.ifePreclnct .'. I : blanks furnished by, the committee, THi : MAGNOLIA GROCERY:CO. -I
F be In BrookvCle. .Dr' Stnnger will I|i v;Tb e polls shall be opened and closed 1 j i l .No...11-Inspectors: B I'.1. accompanied with the feel above let "">* t A. ji- CAMPBELL .
.,.' return next week at,the several election district at the [potter;;Andrew Hardee and JaelllOJaf'tacocL : :1 forth with OeD P. Bull of OJus, Aim. DfeJera la Gmcirir,;; Hay.ands II Dealer in *. Ootfc-
Captain HooJ. inspector. Seventh I I[hour**'fixed'by*the general election!:' Clerk:.*J. W. Gallawar.. Secretary Treasurer ot the County T Grata. i4rV pry.Good ..
Lighthouse district Major.: C. L. lawyer. 'The,:>following named person ]'Polling' pace..Ehbne'i old itore. Dem.>cratlc' Committee.t oa'or before ; '*" 1 big. O.nts' rurnlaatnnt.
Phi lips, captain Henry )[. Merriam are hereby appointed Inspectors and I |;Precinct Xb. 12-Inspector*: I .T.epheDi. the erh day of April A. D.1J08. I'.. D and tth 8U Miami Ha. I! 111 Avenue rte IDaIIIJ, I'lL
are off on a week' 'shln?. trip. on .cleik for 'the several ,election, dietrict ', W. J.. Dangherty, A. T, The ;emocratc.County Executive
f ttejwestjewsp_ : f_ :; : .I". i iIf ,, ;? ::
"" Precinct No. tJDlpectorl: N. H. iParks" s i plpce.'Tweedeir! Hall. 21. 1906 at the County Court House Dade Co! Title 'I Irisuranice:
'... Death from Appendicitis H. E. Stypmann and B. O. i rPreclttct No.;,13-Inspectors, Henry! In ,Miami. Florida; and 'publicly canvass .
,. Ball. Clerk; Curd Schroeder. Polling i CosimanvWm.1''Anderson''anj .J, 'Cut the returns and i declare 'what
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i? decrease the same ratio that thll't" place. Eall's store. 21a, Clerk: H. A. Proctor. Polling candidates are nominated by a major and Trust
ve of Dr. Kings New Life Pills Increase -' Precinct No. 1 Inspector*: Frank j place school house i, ,-ity vote for each county office and 1> Company
-. *., They save yon from danger Bower. P. Kitcnen and E. C. )(lI1er. t jJPreclnct No. Inspectors: WJL < what cases a second primary will
an4'bml Quick and 'patD1ell release' Clerk: James,Hepburn.Polling place ; !!Fott. R. BT.ackwelJer and J. J'.- Caxf f have to be held. OP MIAMI. FLORIDA .INCORPORATXO_ z,
from constipation and the Ul* growingoat school house. ;': 14. Clerk J. R. Horn. Polling plies. | W.' A. filer Pal :
of It- Strength and vigor always Preclect- S-Inspector*: Frank I ti ton's, store. Chairman. Up Capital S75.0OO. Surplus 12.000? ;

I': foUo1r'their. use. Guaranteed by: all : Sheen Joel A. Dean and Dan Con ?Product No, ll-In.pectorl: M. A.6iarshatl. Attest. : Geo. P. Bull Insure land title, prepares abstract of tales,loan and 3t' '
drngglst 25c.' Try: them. ; grove. Clerk: T. J.< Campbell. Poll. S. M. Alsabrook and A.C. I Secretary. invest money on its own account and for Act aa:

'. .To' i agent, attorney-la-fact trustee aaaipiee, executor receiver d
i- ,.i I 'or''guardian. Addre* all communication* to
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J. B. Hawkins. B.'I. Laaseter J. E..Lummus '1 ocof ur GROVE ANI. : See r.Burnharh ,


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Our stock of groceries is complete and we think we can supply I. r horn any Chronic Disease Ulcers, Tutors, CanKX -
about everything required in the baking line.. Our aim it to keep. I. Disease Catarrhal Diseases of Head. Tlroat ,.
only the best class of groceries and our prices on them will be Many Schools There Give it This Reputation-Personal I Lungs Stomach or 1 Bowels, Dyspepsiajudigest'on,, Rec alI
found to be right. Goods delivered promptly to an r part of the "
city Our fruit.and vegetable. stock always fresh. Give,us a call >- end| General Notes. From This Active. Diseases, Female Diseases I

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Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street, Miami, Florida I Southern Neighborhood.

.. .. ; I and a large stocUstairs.tn of Specially fptcpared remedies for Special >work

I F -- ,. Ladies Maid Aliajs in Attendance

'Cocoanut Grave, May 26- It looks Is lovlnglr'called, to' the church and
' Wrn. CurrysSonst': now as If Cocoanut Grove was going; ,the Housekeepers Club of Cocoanut '
: : \ center Grove.i 1I'U.one>of the sufferers h. Metro olis Building. From 9a.'m. to 4 p. ...S n. excepted
to:>e an educational With
t id. San Fraseiaco,>having reached the
t. "'Key'West Florldafy: \ ',* ':"' 1".: .,.JW1.om'l|*ehool at Pine Knot Palaces;Hotel the.Slight before the I .
.JJtt.A.EOUART .2'Jtit I// / r damp, )fr. Bop dai' school f at the oU: earthquake. ; She and her party lost .
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r.. Peac .k''Inn,j; '"e1rrr"ichool at the eventhlog but were glad to let it all Florid East Coast Railway.Local :
''j igo, and escape with their lives.j .
\ Ship.:Chandlery;Building. Ridge, Kioderiarten: several classes* (private1 at ..the'Housekeperstlub j ls< )lr.- Mataerson and not Mr., ,1i i

f Materials Of All Kfl1ds '. classes; and. tfcfedistrict' {lacool.1I'hIchht \south Deering of, Mr.who'is George having Allen's- land place.cleared Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 1 U, 19M., '

.. to be aljilgh; school"and wouldb I SOUTB-BOUXIHUAO DOWN It0TE. u ..ad w. .
Coal and Ice Steam marine .ann,*;Mac1Itlle 9kopaForti. If "the" fillds"wereT. rlhcomlng, ': I'
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All kinds ot repairing; Boiler ,and Steam ,Fitting can o* done at t: so It Is said H this: end the special l W ''in:' 1T4TI0 Jta1.i :
shortest notice, in,the best possible manner by expert skilled,meha.ai district tax question ig being earnestly j ,
discussed. jf The educational com.mittee' I 'p. Ts. 1... lKbDUDIe r .,. $-.
.Mpm Ilbaa aJ.Cooa.lII"" LC 17pa",. .
f' < of the i ousekeepers' Club DarIng 7p. 104Oam '' u.,. : =
:Southern' Marble & Stone Co. let the 1 bjt.ll rolling for it Is felt RATESVIA $1 P eJ;pm U tlatsm 15. .___JUCtalAI.:Hour.-. _., I. .. laMa

that some $L cia1' effort should b. 7 a 43p: U 12 10as Lv.-AI, Fsistt PWtks.. j4.r 146 16 i f Mss.pm S.
4 S. HOOAN STREET. JACKSONVILLE made to betthe' "Cocoannt Grove _
t H4vdauartre for school which irt-Inr back on the Ridge 5 tMm AI L. ._ .xat.oseat.oa_. ._-4r I" COpm
and ''out of tii1'' way,, has ,been very 1 e2pm it.. B..a.I''. ,..,Ca
,. Building' Stone' .Marble,- e c.MOSAIC' much out of ilnd.rl. 114p I41pm U 113 po Onaond loa poll I 1Maj.i 9
Ftoren f P. Haden and her sis 10021. 111pm .. Darloes ... 1161. Msa101ap.

AND TILE: WORK ter; Miss All
,FOR_ |.FLOORS.; BATH ROOMS 'MANTELS' ETC. herethey' Jive "beautiful home. | taw 4pm 14pa! I All 0"191'1 lak.n.lon__ L..... lI6ga 00pm} S Mpa114s M112Hm
.Mrs. Haden tipects to make a visit J: rn i m ...,_... OraDr.C1.y oieta_N'. ills 0m
)r, MocHfflMts, Gated Cemetery Work etc. to Texas before in the fall. w .. m1"'. "r. N Oman
returning < I "' _._ ..1111_ ..LII a I S '
'( arrMt Work --U F mtie'. home Fsd.g.- Prompt Scrrlc" ""Mrs. JeYs4M6ore-and ')li& Charles i 111Opm bIpm Iltpm;em I Ar__............._._(Tlla..u! :. ..._-.....-...... 340p 706 I
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.Peacock lor
-> Boston. !i Monday' night- j, RailwayJO alga 11 ....III pm.i m. .. knford..OfoTj _..._ .. iL..Ar 0 1$ lea.lpm '

tMr| : ,, and Mri. ; Frank Church have plD 10., 'I1t..t:1e Ar 'pmU 1i
I I tram "Pili Cocoa .... L" 114pm t Lea
.... _, 1 gone on down among;' U Nam 1 6tPIII I R"diM" .". 1 apm 116x.
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< f'I" ''' anbprObablY? : I 1041m IVpm EsuGdL.-: 1117pm tfs*
: } the keys j to the West I I I19um 4luym .. _ltrtbou0. 11 rip. '187.. '
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Coast. /M; :! [New' HaY D", Conn. and re- ., I cram O IOpm hbuII .I 11 b sm II Usa
Miami 77ransfer !' l Jrrknd :MJ .Alfred P'eaco k'h': v -J turn. Ticked on-sale June 2.5'1! 14ssm I.Aim I ron St. LuCIo."Ip ".. 10 kla '110001pm1 U lapmI
:returned afted'a" month's> cruise on S t __Ttb'-1--: iaNsm U 1.pmIkkm
/ iiI '" it ,j ', ;j'' .'f r"' i L,' 'kj i their yacht. TSe Grundy, to Key elt.1,'. T limited Jun !. |Extension June I Loam _Stipa I .:.- Eden.--__.,... .: U1.sa 1$16paI4iam
lp..Ii 10O+ il0.pa61.m
P j The Ladie/ff Aid Society'met atfMrs. f 3(1./1P06./ "StDjKversVasWns- I/16pm ipm "....,...-.Ftuart .. 10 ODam am It Mpm
COffp Kirk IJftnroe's .Wednesday.: I{ ton. Baltimore. Philadelphia and 1 ton. r rpm Robe loud _.". a I1w 10 90paa
i l1Y aijlot 4 4aa 7 4upm W..Uaft.r S 1.'
U! good attendsnce 'held forth ..
aDd i New York. I Lsaa I IJpm West PalID BeK__.. a 4'.a C 1Opa,
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[ of work "'b accomplished. I I 4tam 141p. B"1DIOA 0 e.a .01
;. '229.12th street.: Phone 1a 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 I I) "-i'.lieJ I as eerously'Ltet I!$35 90 Boston,,Mass, .and return. j 0 4s.a Nam I I lope iC'P1II ." Fort Delre Lal1d.,_.l... T 11'.a 1um I a, .Mpa,. ,
andStabl's! llth.street;near Ave. E, Phone>'o. 100mfomobiles i'I ferre.1 with <{tie llou keepeis' ClubtueeUnga Ti kets on sale May 31 to June S7w .r.pca plots ... 1 Isa S IOp.,
.. asd.-ttiUrtaininentv : .. 7 Ctsm S U"m ." BsUs,1s7..S .. t pas ,,lOp.
aiUwusai
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I -9, tailed June 18. .Extension tt sa 30pa .. T.moaQy. I4s Uk "-
i hose' who eJ! leach the c':!* house r: +m 10 pm Ar U.IDI: rr I.m 1Mpas
Horses Carr a jea4d 1%n"the'1asttWp"wet -i',, Jay, 15. WO*. Stop-overs,. Wash- (hm .. )(1..,' .. -_,_.:\1. I CIOpm n
't r e:1J1eslars."f IA''. L, It)
.Joked'Uiemisijee: thoroughlyf< ].i.. In ton,"'Ealrlmore. Philadelphia, 10 Kam Ji IDOIwad : pa

J \Jj ,yJ'L. ill(i lcextJThur;4ay. the 31st. the,>Club New. York. V ',. BuffM l'arIMCat.OIIIra1urzt. : and 7S. Buffet Sleep*.*Cam on traliu r1 and.' .
I win: entemln jne'youDg ladles 0: the I :Itttf except.*a [&$.te. ,The ntntainmEnt..w1Il: take Hi.CS Xthevllle, N. C.. anj return.
for hire bf-theh6r'.J:; daft) week'orfmonUi, Automobile stem' I the 'Tom/ of 4i musical social. tfhls I-r' fTli kets on' sale: June 7. 8. 9. 14, tat1Is.211M.1)N 1Mait a1INCM.'S/ /s1
ape repairs and supplies.Agents for the famous FORD automobiles. trill be the past entertainment the /a0y NAYPOti
._, frejjfht unloaded and delivered. Special facilities' ,Club,will glvej until_the. fall. as.-so: 15, 16. limited- June 27:! 1906. Oi.M' AceDally ftur.O.ny t>,a, WA N ,
'for moving"heavy freight Omnibu.'meeb every train/*Baggage -* many of the member have gone North $:ojo Louisville" 'Ky. 'and return. : tr
transferred.. ALL orders receive_ PROMPT, .Attention.. : o'.small sndjarly; gatherings-will .be t Tickets on sale-June 10 11, U.I 1 IMp a 1161 p IIOp 10 p'106NJ s "",.JouthJacteon.tll..L.1/yL 14 SUUU% 1 /1 /ID,
the rule dnripjt June and July. 101Op 1I4p 16011 ,IOpa _....,....6ab1o&aea12ta Ps12 Ifi 9Ikp
I limited June 23. Extension July ION ?$ .....At.ntteLesch_ 610
p 6Np1746p1014a
t\'Jlr.: Vlocen: jGUpin one of CocoanutCrete's M M.I UOOsAr.Ya ...-..... a0* 76)st2C t 6 1pEta&w
1I'.ntU: |! residents, has a most 23, 1906.
article the Jane D) OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONXECT10XS AT] lUlL$
Interesting in number $:3.:5:: lot Springs. Va, and retnrn. .
P of- Counter Life in America on Tickets on sale June 9,-.10, n, :
$ Brown a'cruise amori* the.key,. It js illustrated linited} 'June 19,4906. deee Cecaectloc M 4 1 at Mla.1 with Strtsualys el the f. 0. S. S. .sq I. ja
with photographs,taken'W Mt. K -, .
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,Gllpin.a! 1> -4J <;f 'i $16.65 I IKnox r111eTenn}and return Havana and Key West r.
11 I )lr and Mr_I. Gilptn and'.their ;lOll pi I" Tit ket on sale June 17,' 18, 19 ,
Mr'.Vincent QJ.1p1n.g0 north this week i\t'\' 23J 24. 30tJulyg7? 14.. 15 limited I Two Sailings Each Week. '
They have one of'the Camp Biscayne' fifteen da '.. Extension
) Sept.
;r Train Discharge Passengers at Shlp'e side. No Transfer r
Sanitary ,cottages andMr. Vincent Gilpin. Is. SO,11906.,;,
owner of"thejacht! Waban. l n-IIe Tsbt s*ev Us .a dOretn&16Md
I i The road to the Cocoanut Grove $14.65 Asheville N. C. and return. a.1YYIsOpt futlont,but i.aM it..ruwhkatmts.owayb...... aeoe..Qssrs.,.....
.station made an4 that part.cf town: Tickets on sale June 26, %7, K. "lie 1Ie14 '""' .law..,/""tror fla.ra
1 hq iPlbmWerJ6bH0T( > "U f: hal'already hid a' real estate!flarrr _I L. ntllJhHed JnlyjlO, 1906..,; ,,' For Copy jof tile LOCAL TIME CARD Of' Other Ufomtte

i The RangerJ will be entertained by i $16.35 Monteagle Tenn. and return .| '
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
,Mrs. Kirks! /anroe!: on, Sunday, the .
-J 5 5Tickets on.sole June 29, 30, July
1b3(4Q1)( 1: 27tH. *John tL {lt'Frederick;'r tUn'! Ii 3.lIJD1te4August; : 31:i6o6. Extension J. a RAI1N Asrt. Oral. Paw. AjU $T. AUOUSTTNB, FIX
i. Mrs .
i pr. presidentof I I ,
October 1906. _
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. 1O19 Ave. D, MiamiContracting the Woman's Club of Miami spent J
jL j:- t41 '4t. .,i. lfl/ Rr 11111 tf jltflA '. severaldays-jt;:; .the trove Jilt ,1I'eek. 132.10, Milwaukee, Wis.,',ud -etum.I '
1.0Ie guest DfSMrs Kirk" Monroe. On Tickets on .sale ''Aug.: 10./11, 12. S EABOARb
Saturday aftetnoon Mrs. Mnnroe gave llmitej Aug. 22 1906.i'i4girA' .
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reception klor Mrs.
a. Frederlckln-
E 1 ott Y1t1l1c-tJ1 wembev,oe' the..i House :j: ..--- I
.O ; : keepers' Club }fr.. Frederick has Air Line RailwaySavannah. .-
j been a member of that club for many Ticket Office
.1 years sad was president of-the club ,
: Electrician waea,they btdlt.their new club house FOR
Mrs.7 Frederick'U.:Tery much gloved 108 W. Bay Street
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f I 1t19 A1e. D Miami Florida here and herlmrads! were delighted to j.,. Columbia, Camden. Souther !Fines,
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.. ; ahevd JSt,11 Richmond Washington Baltimore
Raleigh :
I llrs. E'jL; HlneV* prominent menv .
:: her of the ."Housekeepers' Club and J..C. lUSK Philadelphia New York. t

wiBtet jreeident-ef-Cocasant-Grov..," ,,.__. _, ._ r- __ Two Elegant Trains. Daily. I .
ller home'tn'N.
been-ninf"a. ,, Dlitrict Passenger Agent! Seaboard. Express :.. Ytc' Seaboard MatS!
FEeaitstateB ttrs..Ellzab: I4th P, Sarery" SpringfleIdAIassthej '
: Jacksonville,-FloridaIVottngsrlj : Modern Pullinao Equipment.opertdu .- -
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tl't rt *a? J n 41i1 ; fr f ) Tpharma! y' dulT iiroii sleepers from lieksoBTllle tojei 0 lew;:''

1 ror full information' a..i sleeper r. rvsuoni, call oa any a real of tb
Awe sfer. ie, dtaict praecrtlc for the. .ext 10 dsye:= .11: I J Seaboard, or write ,

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: \ 0 MCDONNELL iat6M.pt3.iiL IaCtSODll1', pit
10 more lots In "Ia, View" addition at f 1SO each, after which the
# ,price, ,will be advanced, te $00.. i A Drug. Store for The PeopleThat's : F. 3. BOYLSTON.: Jr.. Pass. Ast t
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1 Jot ew'10th etreet,1' .iur Atli-: C,' .':''el0 ..baryala rat ....-......./.$1600. .OUf'f1 gmotto, fandfit(has been ti I e means of adding bun.dreds .

i iet.n'Fifth street, .scb...........\.r. '.7.:6..:... $:..'....$460.00Mows I of dew'.customers'to our list' j We sell only the purest Atlantic Coast Line

and lot en Third strut, 6 rooms,, fine plaei easy tarma,,$1600El.ant drugsJ| All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma: I

home M tth street............. ..... ... .... ... .. MOW ;cists. We also carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city THROUGH SCHEDULE
Florida, Georgia, Alabama Virginia, North CaVolina

Riverside lets 'are ..innl'rapidly, but we have a few 'choice once. i. 2 Doors North of J.tofflee ( and South Carolina

left .at the following prices: The great Highway of Travel between


Corner Iota .. Twelfth Street...... ...... .... .......... .$1260 i W.E. Youngs, Pres Florida'; the East and West.\ North a J Sooth

'Inside Iota on Twelfth Street... .... .... .... .... .....$1000 I

r Inside, lots on ether streets$75O. ., t t1vI. Convenient Serri e. Elegant Pullman Eqalpmtnl, Usfniflcco :Dnin! Ca

Corner Iota on other etreeta 1,........ ...... .......... .....:$1000 I Route of the' DIXIE FLYERCelebrated
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I J. Yarborough FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA -IMITED
Remember that water, aewer, lights paving and street railway will Trains MONTGOMERY, L. AND '.

elf' be down there In the utx\ sixty dsye.J. Contractor and Builder

METHOD OF TRAVELING
CONVENIENT
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P Btiider of the Palm Beach'Sote I Atlantic Coast mile tickets rood over UOuO kiles of railroad -
.embracing ill portions of tbe South on sale! as all principal agencies,at
: rate of I2S escb. Limited to one year from date of purchase I or full,cornpleteandrehabl -
J.H. Tatnffl 4 Co. H use Moving Specialty' information regardinc Write rates schedules fullmai service.eto

I Miami, Florida Frank C. Bojlitcin, Ditt. Tats. Aft. W. D, Stark.Trsrflln J Pm.Agent
; IK W. Bay Street Jacksonville FUigv .

W.J. Cr Passenger Traffic: ManagerVilmingtor N. C.I .

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PACE TWELVE THE DAILY MIAMI SATURDAY MAY 28 ISO TWELVI **AQC

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I c4f.-until, our return.,we saw the ni-j I

tif RANGE GLADE SECTION: mUtakable that signs will be of prosperity as lasting, a as propi0ty the*- '
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{ I-granite impressed hills." with In fact wBat we we were saw 4unwch Matti'ngJ Oil tleatJrs:

1 tfl'stt we could] not help asking the price !!
!offhand' In that favored section, and' i
IS $SEEN METROPOliS MAN .could I but wish that we were the '
I ett.pt a small portion of that OWf'j'I
the earth. .' and
Furniture" ;
fjfrom the .time we left Miami! < I
ode return we drove over a paved < "
The Many Magnificent Citrus Fruit Groves Seen and the roild as mooth as a house floor. Ve4 :

General Improvement There-Noted-A ,; o bare{/'tbat been section Informed built these that the roads citizens lar el -j+ Will be Sold at R9tduced Prices for thirty days .i
I. l:!{from their own pockets. Thrpe
y ers ago the citizens of the Orange
of .
all.If
General Description Bade section proper, built nearly six I '
napes. of rock roads with a little help J. W. Watsa: : D
!ffttm the county. A citizenship pfj! Avery.ue
f A few days 'since Mr: E. V. Blackman ..Is Wagner and It U a floe specimen tbs{ character Is .bound to succeedl
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offlest!of citrus fruit trees. Many of tht 'add make :a thrifty settlement, which .
?i called at the Metropolis I[ ''
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be the pride of Dade county.4 .
i and Invited a represents of this! j trees blossomed freely this rear, but 1- I
paper to take a drive with him been taken off; the owner
y. the "Orange Glade" section.. ..throughpreterrtng( growth of wood rather than :
;. Tltttloa vu Badly accepted, Mr.W. R. frulL Lying west of this place Is the I
.coompnrlnc..u..JQOQ after]grove and pineapple plantation of Mrs. '
HaruJ
leaving Miami the rain began to fall:I.Henry Wells;of BurlingtoniS t. This (I"PIAN CLEAi11 :
la copious showers: but we were headed r grove 1 Is in One condition; the trees O + SALE 14
Idripra&ttf Glad and wr,deter making rapid growth many ot the
k 1DIaM ltimate'thi trlp.< ill Ii Jan j bloomed In the.spring Nearly '
of the nit has been picked off glr-! :

bride Aft**;r! we crossing J noticed the many Twelfth'stree permanenlmprvvbments (t,t t >lIng<'a heavy the trees wood an growth opportunity during to the put seat'son. on-I Two weeks only. Greatest bargains 'ever] offered in Miami of"reliable pianos .

of for men sewer..er.pipe buy;under the excavating water.way. main a Urge a havingbeen trench force,I 'packing. Oa house the,place where Is we a large-stone:'found Mr.I j I : j All pianos marked i ip plain figures'. *o *- 1I 1-

j Wagner busy with a foree'of men I I .
laid for tome distance. Several -
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(packing pines for shipment! The ap-1 I -
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k. Street uw''Hall residences.and war the.-were rails In distributed process for the of Miami a construction portlom |-, {!pies noticed are the of uniform stencil marks size and ot large.the crate We'j!I I Rosewood l', Utfghtj|! ?. . . . .,. .$62X10 2 new Mahogany pianos, reg. $425._ sale $368

I which revealed the fact that the ap-l I'
i 'o.' the way.. 'pies were of more than usual size, run. f 1 Oak. Upright! good condition I n.. ---n-"" '-- $465 '
1. The:; Jlrtt orange and.rape traitrrore. ,nlug from 16 to 24 to the crate, 16 to ; . .$165 ; : ;/sale $387
Gen. S. C.
that of .
'". Lawrence we 'saw adjacent was to the rock road[ 18 being the majority I I : I fine condition .,.i .; '(
leading to Orange Glade.> This grove i' Opposite Mr.- t 'of Prof. lathers about 20
; covering
although young Is in a most healthful I t .
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of.the trees are> acres. The trees are In good condi-, 1 .. .. .. I
loaded condition with and green many fruit This grove :lion and a large portion will.. begin to same as n w.reg. $425. sale. $329 I I" $365 sale $318

t is sufficient Dade evidence"county that are. 'the especially rocky 'bold Going fruit north next we season next saw.! the grove f I I! new Mahogany regular$475. sale $360 0 Oak : '
r' adapted soils of to growing citrus trees and; 'of Mr..E. V Blackman AI!'!portion of ', piano, e Upright!: regular $i4S:00l sale. $95OO
Jthls grove has been planted'about four ,

f;:. ,trait'm..nest nekton. and grove formerly U .that owned of Mr.by J.Mr U{'!years and growth the fruit.'r trees) Many have o made'! them a phenomenal are- I t. I"l t '! $475. sale $382 One piano player new. reg. $250, sale $195. .

laded with
Edwin Kelson. The trees are largeof .
Mr. Blackman 'also has :* quantity I t
and In perfectly healthful '
it of their,condition age and covered a with new '''of trees (rough lemon stocks': ) which ito f Most t.o'' these pianos Can be purchased as low as $10 cash; ,S5.00monlhly..Maay of them* returned from
{were' planted about year'ago. These
a t *
11 f'y grow The next grove to the: west Is owned has bulded and the bns'are' making'a f tourist rentals. j Some slightly marred in handling etc. ;
:' ly by good Mr.,growth.Ferris and.Adjoining Is making this a fair to Opposite fine and this uniform grove growth Mr. Lewis: 'Wag'ner I guaranteed 4 no climatic excuses. Can and r car the, grand opera ,artists sing InI

:: the old Belcher place now has another grove about a year

t' :, chow owned appearance the west careful by is Mr.of attention Hlckson.the trees and/In The are this surprisingly general grove.',Into''growth old which bearing and has gives at an made evidence1)of early an age.'astonishing) ,coming I G THE VICTOR. TAL < ING MAI NE/ I k

'' East of this grove Is a flve-acre
of their another .
large for trees age.

.rl. both toil evidence and climate'of the for adaptability growing this o! tract planted of about citrus a trees year..blchibne TAe!!, trees been are I or your old home vorites. The.d.chlne. may be for $5.00 cash$1.00'veekly.. .. 'Largdst stock of

.,. class Opposite of fruit this successfully.grove is the home of j Into i In fine bearing condition at an and early promise age.' to come ,I r sheet music In South Florida. 1 Oc per copy. Call and seejus,-look over our stock and enjoy some ood music

t. Mr..J..A. Robbins a fine young East of this grove Is si'' fire-acre i! OPEN EVENINGS. :: :: :: PIANOS TUNED STORED.. RENTED AND EXCHANGEDfully
tract,of citrus trees been 1
.C. grove of citrus trees that are the pride 'hleh'lb..e] j
of Its owner and a good advertisement planted about a year. The trees argil, i
E-. for this section of the county. I in fine condition and promise to come I j
t.... A little, farther west a Mr. Make into bearing at aa' early.age.. ,11 t BUSH KIND SAl ORD PIANdco. '
i. peace has purchased two small groves, The place adjoining Mrs! Blackman Mr.t; ,
belonging to a ,Mr. King of Georgia| on the north. Isthe property of j
f{i:: and :;Mr. Hegan, formerly chief gardener -': I"Louis,Geiger formerly of New Haven | 'Miami. r F'orida.'Sole' '' Florida Representatives Steinway & Sons.
'f, at.the Hotel Royal Palm. Be-' Conn. Here he has ten acres planted II! '
aide these groves Mr. Makepeace purchased in grove and on a portion of It, pine-I \ : \
: twenty acres of raw pine land apples In full bearing between the !
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which be, Is having cleared and will trees. Last* fall Mr.'Geiger completed,jS I .., ,
L;. plant'in ,cnrus tree His young'| 'eas' roomy andmodem residence \: -
li'. grove' are In' the best ,of condition soon as completed[his shown'j .r t
''Joined him here.' His place \
: And show evidence of the best of eare.t | .
Many ..* these,trees will hold more i'careful attention,and promises to be! .
{'Kit ol the ihw placat lnH'! >" Orange t t
I-or ten fruit next Mason.' iJ ,
t" j, Opposite this'place Is the home of Glade district. Oapos''tij.his' place
i t. the home 'of Mr. Scales. Close
.'Mrs. King where there are several
acres In citrus and tropical fruit.trees i to the house he has a few! thri.ty citrus Our Sccess Sale
an of which are In bearing. trees, Lat Mr. Serlcd is paying '" rjbreat
; i Still west from Mrs. King's are icy i-jore attfjt'on to g.-owmg; pineapples 1 .
.erallle..place...which are being improved and mangoea'' He wii: have. a large
and soon win have.citrus trees; crop.of flat pine this )fir t-
planted on them. ; Mr. L. E. Briggs.president of the 1
'Mr.:7. P." Sawtelle Is the owner of a Fruit Auction ,Compa:-ri New.York*, ';
: -.aaaaa'J'OUI1C'lJ'Oye'and'.the trees are' has. one of the finest,teA acre tract :
i making a.fine.growth._ .He also has In that:;nelgbborhoo L.: Sevc'ral'acre.3' 1'- Will begin next week May 30. It will befor stunner for Keel
a
I. prices.
-a quantity of pineapples planted .between are planted' plneapples.whch will a your eyes
the rows. The plant. are'In i ;;leld a.goodcrop:tbll season The 1 ,,
fnaJbcartnti! and -the apples. are.of.. ; entire tell'aerea is. ,lan.;e.1lD orange :f.
Same of thebudsabouf. '- nand watch big ad that will''
large size and ne quality. -frnd grapefruit. tree. our appear Tuesday afternoon] May 29th. ,
-A little' further"to the '..elt"HrI. a.year old are, thlargest } : / ,
Brown his a fine grove of young cab and most thrifty w. bare ..1'e..8e1l.J' ,, ?t
trees that are' making a splendid Going west from Mr. Geiger. a: Mr.I._ This is the wajj will sell few things at
rus
we
a sale
blgSu week
grog'tb a4 .will soon'be In bearing. ..i'Uunz.. of New Haven. Conn.kbas ln our <<;GeSS. ,. next :
1 Mrs. Fisher also has a. few acres ac r*< planted in citrus trees and pine- I i
:; planted In citrus tree.,-'and. some of t apples. The trees'are)!young:. but
them are now In be r1DC.f* '_* ;* j*2 art making a.most prom slnx growth. 1
The famous John Douglass grapefruit The'pln apple plants are loaded with a a.sx' at' e; v", ,:: ,
., grove U perhaps the best grove.we .fruit of a gool qnallty.ittf .i 'Edwin Glapp's;((5100: and Kripnendorf Ladies Shoes
have ever seen and yielJed,mor{ ..,:The next place to tbe west U also '
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,<-. dollar to the acre than any grove In i-owned by a New Haven, Conn. gen-; 1" l : i rt ;; \
..... the)state of Florida. .There-;a.lit-,tleman..Thls tract Is planted In citrus b t700 mehVfihe'shoes, for. 90 ::50 and, 4 dollafgoot: !, foc 25 r
trees an4'ptnupple.,'the' If C
tie more,.than.two eiea in the place( latter.&ft I ,
-',' :and It.b reported that the frult'WI covered 'with fruit.of large;;ize. I i a . . .\ . . . .
season brought Mr..Douglass A round\\k Opposite,this place gentleman ol :" 'fj1 pair r :; ,, per PaIr . .. . . ''.,.. .
-" $5,000. This grove:la about 40 years Chicago,'baa. a twenty acre tract Ly- ;'t .!.....' j 4'. I r. = z.Railroad .
,. d$being the ::1mp1aJlted'1I'th. Or.jlng'On'th: rock road he has 2 1-1 I
.. sage Glade'section.'. It Is doubtful If acres plantedInTgrapefrnlt treeal- Vf.' n j"' 's 1 ;,'- 'I. .I-. ;: r( f, I. '!

Florida there Is that a single Is as grove well In.known the ,state as this of(;,which growth.are making On 'the a north most side satisfactory of hU : I, Overalls, 'regu$2.50 Royal'Ralm3hirts.:': Scrivsn's.:. Elastic Seam i

!tract he..ba.,%...1-2 acres planted In : ; < :
.. grove. .of a very j *
< Enid tfr die a 75 cents PHiKl11rpntQ l i 'drawer ;+
price
tor quality Douglass' orange trees;,.that are making & very, ; worth
market for nearly all his fruit among. 'good growth. -I I,,_ kI 'Vjc-WiiV '
the wealthy classes of the north.:, J I I Still further welt Pro*. W. F Blacks Success dale t" 80 S Cprice -
F (3.
Going west we reached a newer sect,'man.president' of Rollins CoIlt'ge'In'ter r r .{ I. r ) ( I I .1III IOc
Oon'which'three"'or' four' years ago Park Fla, has a forty acre tract;,! .7. . ,, '- I cess sale pri ce
Six acres are planted la citrus tree{ "
was wilderness: but now has a large I .
A
acreage of citrus fruits-and pineapple land a portion in pIneappleS: Thli: : :
,: bestwe the"best 'plDeapple.t.td.e. have' I''
pU&U.-some cf them;being- the Ala '
have ever seen for their age/ 1 ever,seen.- 'Tbefrult-pins'from 1JL .
The next grove to the west Is that of to; 24 apples to the box and the plantar -, J
".I ,Mft-Baylls..'which"has-been planted are.1.h .JargeJtan.LmOit thrifty. w( -
.,.4 about a year.. The trees are in a mostthrifty hue ever come across{ '" The grove:' atelifiir
: .condition? and give evidence of',s In fine Condition odd: promises 8f'I. our ad in tie( papers May 29thr

::J', being fine young weUcated.for.grove thexproperty"o'Oppolte Is a liberal Income" w'ltbiif4i'j: .Yi .vext'' two'arrears -8'' ,

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lady who resides In New Haven. I On our return bornetf; ;+' j visit)
'r+ This brought us to a rock road run\ ed the American t r.i'! .'* Com .
( ning north and south. Turning south 'pan)'. plantation. The !:; ad';
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we found a most thrifty young grove 'of this company' wan lltl I it'I'I Be sure! and read our circulars ov ) carefully Come the
see.
:- the property of a Mrs Davit anj nearly -, ; opposite is tbe' grove of Sheriff About TO acres hafe 1 In..
; John ,iFrohock., .This i Is among the*planted In grapefruit trees which .
.._ finest places In the Orange Glad s.i calm' a flourishing condition. Thebat t'' prices in our window. We are goinSucceds to loose a lot of money in thisEi
tion. -'Many'of the'trees are In full (ance of the original.; purchase has bed I
bearing and the quality the fruit'Is reserved for building sites and tropl !
excellentFrom here' we turned cal fruits. Only I the best varieties M i i .
northward, crossing the Orange Glade 'troplcel fruits wltl-be 'planted all bft .
rock road toward, the Everglades. The leg budded- trees. The company hi. : Salef -!
first grove la that.of Mr. E. 'Y. Graham -'''spent much money clearing theta ;
;and we are safe In saying that ;ro.l:1d and 'laying on? rock' roafi 4
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never a grove of iu age has roaJe amore 'through the property. From njiJ
-satisfactory, growth In a portlon place we returned home, much in|
of the grove Mr.Graham has pineapples pressed with Horace, Greeley's wl|
Pi':" planted between the rows of the dom, when he said, "Young man jri>
,, .trees, from which he Is now shippingtrees West." as this fruitful! : and promising The Anthony R mfh Com
from which he is now. shippinga section: is west from Miami. y I I
large quantity.0." red Spanish! pines The whole drive was a contlnnonij any
'The apples grow to Immense dzerunnlng surprise to us. In uo. case did irJ'
from It,to %apples: to the crate. .'see the.marks of poverty but on tfci
The.next grove Is that of Mr. Lew- other band, from the time we left tn.t -. .
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The Saturday Metropolis Leads all Oilers-It Alone is Worth a' Whole Wee :'s Subscription=Try it






' REVOLUTION THROUGHOUT L1'k L .. it WHAT 1'PiflPPlE CROP' :





,. RUSSIA, IS: INEVITABU, I .(j..' ,.. :",. WII.L(' 11 TO BUSY D DEIRAYOPENING !




AMERICAN AMATEURS OF GREATER
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r, I j. x I BRIGHTON' BEACH
i: Will Sail Yachts a Distance of I'. r '
? REPLY Hundred and Fift/ Miles New ork.oId! 26-r Greater Brighton PROFIT $$60,000.00

THROUGH -- ..., t1 '", .rt Beach opened for the'season' today .
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New York. May CO- Six hundrei : s- yith the greatest line of attract-
i\ I and fitfy-,miles fray New York to :! i tJo ever offered by any one of the I
ii Bermuda is the coir3-5 laid for four a usement beaches In this vicinity,

little racing yachts scheduled to stArt : w- i.-who are attracted by the bathIng From this Year's CropDataof
I i Of-Premier, Goremy,kin To- today for the cup of'Sir Thomas Lip- M will End a! magnificent bathing .
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! pavilion with every convenience and
the Yield Total .
l i day Refusals' Made to'all ton.The cup Is vilujj at 1500 and. the seven hundred fist of excellent bathing Acreage, 1 \
event. open to' ooa's under fifty feet teachThe attraction are so
; Demands-This.it; is Fearled in ,length. The Urges: entered is manifold that there Is something foreverybody Crop, Market Pjice, Receipts -

44 feet and the'smallest 28 feet It I no fatter how peculiar
and Cost
Will Cause TrdublejDisor4ers'Repbrted. -! Is required that the yachts shall be his or her taatei may be. On June Expected
: handled entirely with amateurs. : 14. Pawnee 'Wild West Showwill

: \ The ,race Is considered one of 'the be added Buts] seventy or more of Production.
: most: venturesome nautical events ever ..M1ar attractions already provided for. An
' attempted by American yachtsmen. I unusually interesting attraction II
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I i'i'I .* The start will be 'made at 3 .o'clocltIbl. Ferrari's large menagerie.j '
i j afternoon.
a I To one unfamiliar with the crowing '
f G, JBt. Petersburg; May 26- Before the PROTEST AGAINST. KIDNAPPING
I: J of
REPORTED INSURRECTION picking and shipping the greatest
'1' *" .krirer'fcouse and throngs of specta- ...
IS VIGOROUSLY DENIED Brooklyn, N.. May 26- A mass of air plant productions the Florida -
1tan j Premier Goremykin today read I meeting wil be] held at the Labor !
F. W. HAHn : pineapple Delray Is the place to go. .
J r' the declaration of the government'policy. New York. May 26- Pablo FUUIo Lyceum this evetlng to protest againstthe : :to become acquainted

.. It,w.. listened.to with breathless consul general of Santo Domingo de- recent alleged kidnapping of President
At the packing houses of the Planten'
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and yesterday the existence: of an insurrection Moyer. Secretary Haywood and
interest, and a wonderful scene
in his country,, and said Candidate for County Clerk Executive Commttteman Pettibone. of I Packing and Preserylng Co. .and
followed' when" M. Rodltcheff. leader Chase A Co. at this place they are
of
that Done Is likely. the Western Federation Mlnervfrom I
of.:the constitutional democrats, rejected Hi i 1 /1 i' Colorado py. the Idaho authori now shipping as high as a thousand

the government with "PROPHET DOWIE IS r ties. Addresse will hj delivered by crates a day from ..ell.one. SHU-

horning words. 'He ,flung down,the A VERY SICK MANCbIe&o 'I ..../ ... I Henry R. Ke T.Vanghnand "ul and experienced hands are'at he
bins between SO
I each ,
resolutions place
. A. Lott, and will be adopted
. gauntlet of defiance to the govern- packing on an a hundred
.. May- 26-John Alexander I \ to be sent to President Ro'). average
.4ment and closed with a demand for i Th\ .
and twenty Tonne
the retirement i.oC the ,BeaurocraUeCabinet i Doyle is believed to be seriously lit.' To Democratic/Voters of Dade Co : Governor McDonald of Colorado 3velt,1 boys at the age of fourteen make
j and ths'creatlon of a A hurried call was sent out for oxygun Governor Goodfng of Idaho from to
$2 $3.75
6 perday. preparing
re.poD-l' today, and'it is admitted by his .r I tug against the! methods resorted to
sible one,eho eD from the I wish to extend to sincere'appreciation for most crates for which they are.allowed a '
followers that he Is a very sick man. boa jour by the Mine Owners'; Association.LINE
I cent and a quarter a piece.
liberal in the lelectio 1 eld 15 in which I
TEXT OF.THE RELY support primary May ,,,. was a Owing to the throughout
t THROUGH GOREMYKINJBt candidate lor nomination to Ithi office >f Clerk. of the Circuit Coatt. i COLOR the county frequents) 1t or tea ;M

WASHOUTS CAUSE For this support I an profoundly gratefn 1 THE :days, the pines could not be packed

.1i. Petersburg ,)01&6-:; PremierGoremFki.'s A s speech unexpectedly I be done but the minute the
: Era in tone in reply to the message DELAYS bjrS, majority vote againat one other candidate. I feel, that I I. WAS DISCUSSEDBy sun shines, the drays !commence to
from the lower house of, Parliament I SCHEDULE am in every way qualified ,to fill the office seek and believe yon will' | haud! from Held and general activityIs

to' the throe It produced a'vlvlJ consideration in second i resumed. There ar. several railroad -
\ girt me tt' same the primary that .was accorded *i I '
expression and a. conflict, Is now considered men at the different shipping
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first j
Inevitable: me i I points telling the ah1 pen how to

To the demands of the. address of' Appreciating:: fall/ ,kindest feeling towards, me and thanking I chip and by the best route, which,

the lower house the reply was almost II yon for that already demonstrated, I am,yours truly, Presbyterian General Assembly of course Is the road tiey! represent
a complete refua L It reiterated the IOn F. E. C. 'Ry-All Trains i F. W. HAHNPROGRAM' From the six hundred,acres ra bearIng -

-"(' statement that general amn sty H'Impossible :.___: .. aT} Moines To- at Delay the probable yield will
at present but promised "late Since YesterdayTrouble : -- be about 175 crates tcj the acre, or
releases as rapidly as possible of those'I i daySynodWas in Alabama 125,000 crates In alL The pines tell

arrested by administration orders., I| Near Jacksonville. f at an average of $1.60 >per> crate The q 3Itloa of abolition of the' IS PREPARED OpposedDes. log the season, thus {bringing; into
upper house was declared impossible i Trains Pass Via Palatka. : I Delray for this fruit alone, fllT.000
as the institution is covered by the i i la the HUoII.I .
fundamental law and is beyond the I The outlay for crate natertal, drayage

competency of parliament The f ,I packing, etc. dedn led from this
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most important of all the Premier declared FOR 41H JULY CElEBRATION DesMolnes. lay. 26- The color line, 'general total which will perhaps .
the basis for a solution of the side amount to 135.000 win be divided as ..
Train schedules again
were
agrarian problem as proposed by the I' was sharply drum in the general assembly follows:

tower house. This was asserted entirely tracked yesterday by the F. E. C. Ry of the Presbyterian. Church today Crates 105.000. at He ..... 114.700

out of the question as the gov: Co-'owing to ,a washout on the line in the proposition to make a separate Drayage 105.000 crates at Se. MM

erament can not. be'forced.to appropriate I, in several places between Jacksonville synod I In Alabama to which Packing 105,000 at 14c .. 13.125

He promised.lands. however the dlstribntlon -: and 8L Augustine Terrific At Special;\ Meeting of the Board of Trade Last Night-All:1' Packing paper stamps, .etc.. 1,000
as-
of some portions of "the State's rain storms in the northern 'portion oFthe Features Outlined, and .',I, Total .. .. ..... 1:14,0'45:
in the for 1 the State and especially In that Proposed Special general
domain as outlined program of I The purpose of the committee tea With this exdense.there will

popular education-a.re vision of UMtax vicinity. have prevailed''' for, the past .. I Committees to be Appointed. ommendlng th< change to divide the be left $123,410 to pay for fertilize .
laws and the Institution 0: pollt It la estimated that willcover :
$100 an acre
t the tides to be' much .
week. causing opposed by Russell Taylor.. '
fat liberty. : races was this making tio.000 for the ..
is ':.. ., higher,than-normal.and rapid_drainage B I. f. a negro preacher of Levere. Ala. and year's fertilizing. This will leave .
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REVOLUTIONARY TROUBLES for the time, prevented ; I 'I a commissioner' to the assembly. the neat sum of $63.420 to be divided '

INCREASING IN .PROVINCES. : > The damage done to the tracks necessitated 1 I After a sharp argument the matter between eight or ten gr >were. as clear
( fit ay' regarding the charter of a .
4 : northbound trains togo I was postponed] to the assembly next profit for the season The same
the train often cars for the 4th.
8t. Petersburg May 26- Grave DeW. via -Palatka and thence to Jacksonville ami, ,,, : the secretary take up the mat :,..elr. I growers have been v< ry successful
has been received from the provinces ,to hear .- too. with their tomatc crops, their
where it is reported there,are.alarm I .over..the Atlantic Coast Line mittee { securing rates over-the P. A HONORING T tE land being on ground where a wet
a Co/s line
tnt Increases Iarevoluttonarybaglta ;racks, and the southbound1 train \ I spell will not compel heir plants toswim"
Sanguinaryeonfllctscontinueto : various :features of the pro ON'EDERATE.DEAD "
io take the' same course, breaking
-f? reported, and there is Information I schedule any chsj 'celebration were discussed lib Delray Is like Mlaqil. every man
': of strikes and fresh agrarian dis In on the regular by being program --and'the sentiment was unani Louisville. Ky. May 26The Confederate I you meet has something' to accomplish
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-- - .l' an hour,and a few minutes late $h that the event be made as thor '
'orders. That ; : veterans of this city and the during the day and does It. This
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K i=: TTTNELSONHERRE'RA ,. run., The necessary, lm.Be | and complete as possible j j..'other Confederate organizations the town can justly be proud' that It !*

,FIGHT- ... where tire repalrastheroadbid. also decided that a finance Daughters nf the Confederacy and the third in the county. Jed

& DECLARED .OFF ed, are'being made. tJBln consisting of three mem Sons of the Confederacy, are observing
-%f=. baste. .and within;'a ,few' days it U i don the Board of Trade and three today as ,JConfeJerate Memorial to elapse before toe: matter was

Xos ..u gl V,.CaUMay 26The' thought the regular' runs' between eFo ; ]tf '"Merchants'" Association be ,Day. A meeting will be held in local, brought to Its attention."
fight.betwei BaUlisg; Belson, champion' : Jacksonville and" SL" 'Augustine, will I That a &; "perioDnelof this : cemeteries at four o'clock this afternoon This latter remark li Interpreted asa
;light weight. pugilist of-the world,: be resumed. .,will be announced later. at which! nearly all members of severe rebuke of the red tape methods ".
tad Anrera Herrera scheduled for I. This accident caused the train that day. :committees will alao'be named the local Coq/edentfe organization In the departme, which have '
last night'' was 'declared off tbecans should :arrive in',Miami ate 7:50'1 That and provide In' the interest will be present The Invocation will ben repeatedly criticised by Mr. New-

HsrreratrefBsedi.to.welghj j"'., ..r I terday,morning to be four posing \ celebration : be delivered by Prof K. C. Dargan berry and other officials.T .
U -- bringing.in hereabout noon The. I secret ; Thompson, engineer In charge and the benediction by the Rev. Wm. ,
THEATRU'utiOfRC. : NV came trafr'was an boor and- thirty civic government work In the bay. : Howard Falkner. Miss Mary Lawrence WARNING ISSUED
SAN FRANCISCO 1 minutes late thls'mornlng.'eaosed! by | Thst' and who leaves In a day or two : Claxton] will recite "The Conquered ESCAPED PRISONERS '.
t{IN
. J:. the -delay Ia..the run.to ,Palatka.: see that to make his future Banner] After the principal address I
. ; Mii.SSax Franwill Reports state that during the stormof venient addressed the meeting relative the meeting will scatter and '
Ji _Ian Frtmclsoo- have two' theatres under j Thursday/the water In the Maim of n.l matter J of urging continued the & Confederate soldiers Sentry Commended for Killing" An Escaplng -.

, .. corer by the middle of June. One ortompanle ems river reached such a height that 'on the; harbor Improvements : will be decorated with Dowers. Pr sonar
'" the: sea.'-wall rat 5 St. and ice under He showed Im
'the Immense It washedover" way. ,the "
the secured 'In her Augustine, and the storm ,was looked That of deep water to Miami, and Washington D. C. )kay 26- The
teat nsed'br.SarahjBernhardt smaller tent has upon,by some as the wave' long fire ..his remarks Ins timely and ANOTHER PIECE OFGOVJRNMENT War Department has received a copyof
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t.of,TNa&\A predicted Aw the-east'coast of Florida. of lathe manner. A resolution.of RED TAPE to.nersl order, ;among the rst
A* beet, ecnre which will be'. Used ,t ...=., Islllit! neneral W. P. Dash; newhrfgadlei -
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-\I"\ *.jftg ... : tlrmOPE4ING the to Mr.Thomson for his Interest

Dy'tDe, other"* eompanyg* I.;:.. '. THE.HOUNDSHOW iPpolnteQ j .I'I welfare of \the'city' and for the Brooklyn, Jolt L; SThe: Assistant !now a:.;a.;> 1 of the marshal Department, and
: given, was adopted.
PRESIDENT CAIIATT f of the Navy Mr. Newberrj | '
That t ; discussion of the celebrs- Secretary of >" Is jnnsual, to the
--t J"u ..YQEtrtgMsyt26 "" has addressed] a letter to the commandant rxtpa". ,U commendation Is
itb"'tl ticoSd'bfasf'gli TTS6 The Frank sjTaBgwwats followed. after .. ,
of the navy yard to be hand- lan of the 17th
A.. 1. CaI t".the I hound show under the auspices of the io the meeting adjourned. ** ,
inter
; I ed to Franks) Davis gunners : >c vt sentinel on an
Middlesex Runt Clnb,, ene :
Railroad
.tldent 'tbl Pe1U1SYl11 nfa' .
'of, at the Brooklyn yard.
TE on duty navy t IV; ; c ,L'i rt. McPherson.
was: a" jaoengfixwlHug from I ,Meadows. ,Tlw' ,.j)1aC.e-; That ; ; N'A' OF, .LATE'RSV commending; Him for gallantry whichbe'dispiayed i !;' ..a agO

Cherbourg ft'lterJayfor America.HIs;. lected /or the show-Is ilCldeal oneIndthe're .thletlc : : I .. LLt on the afternoon of Aug. T?> .;. 1Uael killed tie sol.Her ,who .
off That
fs probablf-ao'place t Ins
age was booked while the steam- better facilities for thU purpose.. The iroride ; R. L, May 26-:This r1k 1. 1905. J I 41.e. trying to escar* 'from prison
.E-train: was waiting at the station.Y"'t7If : 1If'e 4r"eae.aMg.MP lid :! WQGl!Its... .. CreJtJ& Tbe .bErols .was shown by Davis and received the eM >artment commander's
Gae exhibition of unusual Intereit That : : oary of founding today and m the East River on the date men acknowledge neati of. prompt
I but was suddenly called home. I the rat1o has attracted, hni- boned At tree risk of his! .own.JUe cerformance of duty. General [)Q.
I i'g.i.j.. ?. ,pt: fir atthotAHD jleideg Fite :"valuable pt'Le Vtfff! 7 d I .
Hunt Club there are jteveral ft4;)).r f i il Its' of +omtalI parts'of tu. Davis jumpedlorerboard, and succeeded all adds. "Tha pris< ner palt with
CORRESPONDENT Ithe band The village Is handsomely dec'* after a severe struggtein'ieecutngHugh his life for his utter d, regard for the Attlf'I.s
A I''iW..Q81 ktsL! YnHI;! 'rtng.' 'j r_.hesioiii-nl the'oeeasloti and HcGovern, a roofer"whohad E"4 repeated'ca' !d I. to halt Hap-

6c'o J. the I1hh Duke ua oar of ent BetuL -... master of the 1 take Is not a single house of any t leaped from $lice wharf with suicidal i:"Iv, the necessity fo 8VKD VXfCITej a
ew Orleans. May % nel ac1c Mr. Fitlwlll occ&s\clll'\ n the.rillage which..toenot dls latent., The tase! uas,brought to the I measures Is fare. buIt Is a distinctii !
and
I McDsnlel correspondent;. Of the Badmlngton\11 sible ko ip ? at l a-t a flag. alle.111 b4t.!attraction of j i e' wavy [Department at[t'satin action ykuowt t..beDSUch
:u !
ated ''.Pr1 au fort oUef"AYo f st'W' Tha c faeetls' a;<*he vlUaee hall' the time bv Ll, ut. Commander Caren,1{.ll-factlon to'know hat when suck
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last t1l1jtf: ', ttf1 cN.t arl" roods ) ,l'ani* ones vf 1 Fair t"tf'rnoon;Vhco-.James; S. Slater, executive offlerr of the Granite State. .mmary action is ,cl arty demanded
at t'1 411 eArl.i! He art?com* 0( 04 ja iw ,, llW dtrecV-riescesdanU of the of the Naval JBRIta of New York: i there are always tral Ed men to ex-
Itors
WM born I$:Alabami"anJi3erve<< dur-I !\J.wY.uTueagtuaettsand. ; ; Virginia ,bill! IT utjS1atem.nte.Hhe i Reverend sal I In.concluding his letter ecufe It ifs bops that 'hl!' case

lag the 1 .,r.\Ie ba bgtint wflT::1le mambm be poWIVflo rf ];an Siiaka clnfc.hor: Wfr eatbatU shwrthe or : : 1 &.; .anlIOthtr promln...t of coicm: Dilation: "TAC DepartNewberry. ..' of thoroughly dlachar of aa extremely

manager of 1he Picayune, whiccltton 1 of annual foxhound C'elebratJ' 118 will deliver addresses, wails meet takes ;rest pleasure In cotir dtsagrcable! duty ra. y remain Clearly
of '
he let to-become correspondent first a to$re be held at variousigxhua That t| ; i of children will i sing patrlptr mpnrllr.! you or your gallant act, and Ircpressed ,on the troops of Ibis! ;a

of kt u Associated' Press. He"1eae.DO s.. shows centers.rQ the :; H'I regrets! that si long a time was allow.com maD d.'* .

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.. 432. and 434 T..etfth Street Tckphoae 79

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:. 1" SATURDAY MAY 26. 1eot .' I The ,biggest, best, most successful crowdof ,


:." ANONYMOUS COMMUNICATION WRITING. drawing event ever launched in this city

o One of the greatest annoyances knd:: nuisances with which editors of -
L i- newspaper contend It the communication writer, who refutes to divulge bill i '
on for Monday and Wednesday
identity. The editor of the Metropolis has been flooded with this kind I goes Tuesday -
of literature here of late all touching politics, municipal government, etc.
a and some of them worthy of publication were the names o. the contributor
I with better and
p known bat they are not and therefore the,articles will not. be proJu ed. brighter bargains
: One contributor after\ignlng a non de plume appends this postscript: ,
"J\'U1 give my name U necessary, bat I am a subscriber and think it a '
Offered Before
Than in This
f. pre.aing matter." Now, why is it a pressing matter? The contributor Ever City.
;, should be as honest with the editor as he would hare him be with him, ,
s but>> lie had rather not have it that way. lie would like to have the editor
t 'publish his communication In ignorance of the Identity of the author, but

,. (fortunately, the editor holds the upper hand. Now then get your money reidyQueen
5 .Suppose for Instance newspapers should publish anonymous' communication ,
*, and a question arose over the same Suppose some fellow tooka
'a notion to sue the paper for some statement that had appeared In It, and
'worse still suppose some fellow took a notion to give the editor;, a licking ,
.
;' who would he know to call upon for redress or assistance In the premises Silk -":
Specials
?' ? Newspapers are held responsible In law for any and all utterances f I
or expressions appearing In their columns, and the very least that contributors -
conlJ do would be to furnish the editors their correct names. : Some
: Extraordinary values offers in this
t' The. most of newspaper editors possess some honor, and: one of,, the UndermuslinsChildren's
'10 Department Monday
p, first rules Impressed beginners jonrualismai.to ptotect'antln.orm'ant. .
,., upon .. >
.).. Go to a reporter or an editor and ask him where and from whom 24 inch cream and white wash Hqbutai, the
ti be obtained a.certain piece of news that,appeared :in bis gaper, and see drawers in good' muslin, tucked regular 50c quality, this May sale 1 pri :e 39c yd.
,/ 'whit hJa ,reply wQI be-tbat Is, If W is .ugClathlsbuiiaei-! } he will with hemstitched hem, lOc, 15c and 25c apair .
I very solicit for the request If 4. dissatisfied 2 inch wash Hobutai in good quality the
!t prompUy your reason you are ? ,
% Ladies drawers in good quality muslin, some
l he will see yon' 'a long way from home, so to speak, before he will tell regular 75c value, this is very 59c Yd.
p! .but. 'if yon are pleased he will be only too glad to give the Information.The plain,with tucks, some with embroidery, some speclat -
f.' 'same rule applies to correspondence. The editor wants the name in dainty''' lace trimmings at 14c, 19c, 38c, 59c, Extra heavy wash Hobutai, 27 in. vide, reg.

{ .contributors,:not for publication but ''as'a matter of:"Information and Me, $ .24'nI48 and $1.98'per pair. 1.00 quality,. to go at this May sale a 79c a yd..
:, protection. Ke will not publish articles ,without knowing the identity >
f. of the contributor any more than a merchant will favor a man with credit Ladies and misses corset covers, in muslin, \ hite Hobutai in beautiful pom odour de
> 'without knowing ,who he 1s crediting. The sooner communication writers cambric and nainsook, beautifully, made with signs. Just the thing for street or I reception

,- learn'that"they,are throwing away that much labor and time} .sending to I dainty ;flace; ;land embroidery.:Prices 14c, 19c, dresses. The regular 89c value at 59c

," ,a' newspaper,an unsigned communication, the sooner rsm'the editor be 38c, 49c,59c;;74c,,84c, ,98c.41.48 and $1.98. I 1000, yards carded wash silks for waists andfine
saved: a great annoyance andTils chances: of a better: hereafter be Increased.
., Ladies and misses go'YnS in,cambric, !muslin dresses to go at this May sale at.39csad
11 Low neck short sleeve. Are j' .
r TRUTHFULNESS A VIRTUE. nainsook.; ,
20 in. black taffeta silks for shirt aist suits,
trimmed in tucks and v hemstitched yokes; em- !
skits or petticoats, reg. 59c value 39c a yd.
The Tampa Herald passing a shaft at the disturbed condition existing broidery and insertion. The busts are trimmed at

!In that city between, certain newspaper men and politicians makes this in dainty val lace.38c,59c, 84c, 98c, 1.48, 1.98,2.18 20 in. guaranteed blk. taffeta, clegs nt quality
statement which"is good enough to pass around the State for there Is not and just the weight for this climatjand
regu-
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Ladies and misses 'chemise in muslin and
a town or hamlet In which It.Is not applicable to.some one or: other person, lar B9c value. This May sale price 69i:
I besides. being good advice to all: nainsook, trimmed in embroidery and in-
Is'a virtue that Is Inherent In man. AU commercialand j sertion and val lace.' Prices'50c, 1.50, $2.98 One line taffeta satin and Louisine ribbons,

social. affairs are'based on It. Without It there can be no method of 5 to eight in. wide in all colors and ranging in .
Ladies short skirts in muslin and cambric.
: Intercourse commercially or a plane for social mingling. The basis of all '
price from 35 to 65c a yd., Monday at 23c a yd. ?
f"f"TruthfulDes J thing* Is truthfulness. Some with plain tucked ruffles, some with lace

"1A'a political campaign a* in all other affairs, truthfulness must be f and,insertion, some with emb'y. 38c, 59c, 98c. '
followed and closely adhered to. Lies are as despicable In political campaigns -
Ladies and misses skirts in muslin
as In'anything else. It 1s to be hoped that there will be ao deYlatlng long camLadle' S
:. from the path of truthfulness. In the present campaign even though i bric'and nainsook. These skirts are the

U be unintentional and the jumping at a conclusion, when .political cap. ; extraordinary values ever shown in the
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Its. seems to be at hand. : try. Some with deep hemstitched ruffles,counShirt Waists
;. "It I* an easy matter to hear something that seems to be excellent I with beautiful embroidery and insertion,
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-: political thunder and without'investigation to use It Such things should i with dainty val lace and insertion. Prices 59c, I,

:. possible be closely watched result"and Investigated la order that as little bad blood as ; 84c, 98c, 1.24,1.48,1.74,1.98_ 2.24 and 2.48 One line ladies linen, lawn and French I BatisteYou
may
1 shirt waist suits, elegantly made, in all the best
will do
yourself an injustice not to attend -
,. cartoonist and beautifully trimmed. These suits
p Calvert Smith Times-Union Is proving himself one of I this sale. styles
!:- .the cleverest men In that business, and his picture stories are one of the ; sold at $8.50 and $10.50 but for A
.,: really interesting features of that paper. The best o: it all is that Smith this May sale they will go inSpecial LL 9 8

is, a Florida. boy i and handles Florida affairs better than anyone else could. on big lot at f ., .TT.
HHBM.VMH MMW BM H Htlt >
la said the sun never shines In London. 'What joy it would'be to' Two Hours Selling One line ladies shirt waists in lawn, batiste and

those "Hlngllshmeii bow..to come to Miami where we see and feel French lingerie cloth. Elegantly (made and
From 8 until 10 a. m.
,the beaming countenance of Old Sol three hundred and sixty-five. days in '
each and '. trimmed, in good quality, German Val Lace,
every- year.- > i M.. W M I Yard wide Sea Island Cotton,, 16 yds. for $1.00 and Insertion. Prices range /

Those warring Tampa editors are setting apace that If kept up bids j. Yard wide FitchviUe Sheeting, 12 yds. for $1.00 from 3.75 to 500.; Are in one 1,% 19

fair to bring the' Florida' press to the painful task of writing an obituary Fruit of the Loom Bleach, 10 yards for $1.00 big lot, Monday .. . . .. I.
or chronicling some other unpleasant occnrence. We had thought Stovall Good yard wide, Bleaching, 16 yards for $1.00 One purl j
J shirt
line ladies waists in linen and
.and Huffaker above, some thing they have said In public print here oflate. i Staple Gingham, best quality, 15 yds. for $1.00
( blocks and white Persian lawn nicely made
,. Lonsdale Cambric 8 . $1.00 ,
yards
., 'H"
and trimmed in val lace and4
The puzzle pictures appearing In tae Metropolis this afternoon will be J These prices are for two hours selling only, insertion. Price up to $3.50, Iin'our 98
: |yeonUnned every Saturday hereafter. AH the leading papers of the coon- *
'>; SO COME', EARLY. grand lot, Monday sale. .. .
try are producing these puzzles, as they are of such an entertaining nature 1 j I ,
,that both old and young And It instructive to peruse them. Look for them
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every,week after this I 9 I

: Just received beautiful line white parasols fYlonday, Tuesday and Wednesday will be
So far
Bon..3. W.
\. Watson nominee for Representative from Dade ,that will in this' Remnant 10 off marked
County,and Speaker of a former Hou:, has no go sale at SI.50, 2.00,2.50,2.75., days, per cent price.
jIi.. f,the honor;M Mr. Watson's record studs him la announced favor as well opposition when this for All reduced w for this sale.. 900 lengths to select from. I .

aagnst assemblage meet, as It did in the Dade county primary. there seed f
.. M fear. of the .result ,
p
If.the Tampa:Herald dent..educate the pwrefeeats and bustsesa :: Visit the Millinery i I>"!'f--Every hat marked down for this sale. The time of yourlife in this, deptm't
me* *f
of Oat city into a reallxatiot of the iBporiuc* of advcrtiaiac la naUu wyZ 1 RI ,t< .1 "i % i

their bualnese a succs, it wfll not be.for a Uek of trying, That paper :* MB. *. 4. r I j
i. sow putting out ot the '" .1
come best a4 ,most reasonable arguments la
: .favor of systematic and continuous
advertising have ever;seen.

No dq,m the State- 01 Its IIIe can Dart 0-: better, larger and more The Ideal LB.Douijlas Prop.r
; complete business houses.and establishments thaa Miami Some of them
rival the best la JacksoaTde and Tampa and even' those of much: larger ,
cities than.they. .Miami is proud'of its business InstltnUona which' easily
catch the eye and comment of '
visitors They are among the city's chief .
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TWELVE PACES THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS SATURDAY. MAY M. ,lOt I .

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r ANNUAL MEETING I'
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r I[ The JYJanon tbe'jI ,County Commissioners'and Good, Read, r '" I.
BISCAYNE Association to Meet June 19fa i"'WJli-'p'il' otter

,< Dealers talk Price
The ann a1 meeting! of the County !
GornerP
DRUG: ,, Commissioners and 'Good Roads Association ;
of Florida will meet in,Tai: .
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labMwe, Tuesday. June 19. < we : talk Duality and the Price'
COMPANY The Voluble Citizen was conspicuous E\'erjbdard of county commissioner ; 1
-- tn theCState bould be
eight, and (
by his absence last nJlI'l'JeIlt.1
ed, and impossible, the
'for a considerable ttma Tai enable .. .. -, .
should attend A special invitation -. .., < ,' '0.. '"
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to understand or form a reasonable is.extended to all city; county and ,
solution! for the conundrum. It finally State ofTClals and to the press and ; ;, .. r :
came to me that he was probablywith citizens of;the entire State mho are IaiA
,
Sam. u that individual is reported latE'rt'sted:1u the question of Improved ,. .'- . .. : .
Medicine on the shelf again for repairs' highways.f| f> ,; .. .: 1
necessitated by a chronic affliction Many interesting papers will be read oil" #. '. \ < '
*> (not politics), that unfortunately' and a deeper Interest and a broader ;C-" ":
In medicine, be carefulIn gives him a Inat.Jl'aI. of trouble.1 I I conception!* of this work for Florida I '
With this-conclusion determined'' to,I and her f people injected into thosu "
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what you buy and' lE't.tbe. matter'' go at that anJ do a attending;! The Bloxham House will ,' A M :
turn at expostulating myself. I be headquarters, rates for ten or more UALITY
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where you buy it. It Is I I 1 i persons, fi:.BO per day. two in a room; 1t

not only important that I The heels were not loag setting I I'I 12:! per ddtf_single personA .
in motion and the first bit of grit they '
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,you get the best valSiesVb'ut struck 1I'as.the. municipal bond U ue Mountain of Gold 1 : forget what h 5 paid 1 ,
until that J1 I
It pulverized pretty well
r also that you particle: providing for the building of could nofp>ring as much happiness I S clothes but he'll :
goods that give parks and a promenade was tackled. I )lr.. Lucja Wilke, of Caroline, Wls : A ;
get
you Here they stalled :and we went tip i as did ode :25c! box of Bucklen's Aral j t how
\ satisfactory results; we against It rood and proper. : ra Salve$J1 when it completely cured "ttDTYMay: forget they I -:
The provision of the bond election a running;sore on her leg which haJ
have a reputation for call Includes the stipulation[ that fifteen tortured pier S3 long years. Greatest j how the>j fitted

furnishing satisfactory thousand dollars [is to b'! spent antl.epUCi healer of piles, wounds and I S P I how ,
wore.i
they '
.in building parks and a promenade. sores. 2&c at all drug stores. .. :
t and Reliable 'GOods1 :- That part-!s very patent;but where, I H :
faultless
rr f 1r1E'n' open to a guess, or two or I The Southern Railway offers the i clothing u
three :If you want them entirely free choice oKtwo very attractive routesto .*
o' cost There will be no trouble Louisville: One via Atlanta and saves a man paying made-to-order
T .1' constructing sewers and bulUlns Chattanorjja; the other.via (Columbia .
.. FINE CANDIES, streets tor me have the ground to ,Asbevme. KnoxUlle and Harriman prices and the unpleasant feeling \ ;
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put them an"and 1bf'rem be no-dif Junctonand! proposes to operate specIal .
AND CIGARS. ficulty in erecting a city llUldln! .for through Pullman drawingroom 1 wjearing\ the ordinary readymade{ \
we inherit no law that says a fellow sleeplngcjfars! leaving Jacksonville at I -
'I _. can not go as high 'in the air as he ::43 p. ni. June 10th. 11th and 12th Yes we will be-ready to convince *
to. We also equip the via due l!
wants can Atlanta and Chattanooga r
0" -- I I fire department until it mill put New I Louisville' 8pm., following day, only j ,t you! any day. Our $10 to 15.00 ;
Tel.3, Cor. 12 St.,Ave. D York or any other city in the gloom one q&ht! out and af ordlng a daylight
btH we can't build parks and a prom- rI4|from Atlanta to suit- are up-to-date and wel"ed tailor- '"
I LouISVllle./ I
enade because e have got nothingto Througtt Jay roaches /
build. them on.but dollars. Danvlllelnnd;, Cincinnati operated-via U Inevery" respect.' See them.JRe
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: his rout,. daily, necessitating only one
-_ I reversed those wheels; I greased change 'pf cars between Jacksonville : :
f r rWire for Me them up and I finally put in new ones, and LouUsvIHe. Dining cars serving ,
but It was all the same the best I meals ell route. Service a la'carte. (
of them that It
could get out being 1J- i
is dollars to doughnuts Uncle Henry

and/I'll Wire For You will, be and requested donate for to the come purpose to the that rescue Money'JO Loan !

'I strip of land along the bay front '
from I2th street north to 7ih street,
Phone J 176 that be had to tackle the Judiciary of, I
the State and spend thousands of dollars On [ hart or Long limeI
on. just to settle the Question T01' RdsI
of which were the biggest man he,
[Easy Payments
.,.C.- H. BROWN' or Judge Worley.; et. als.. i I

ELECTRICAL CON TRACTOR But Uncle Henry Is Just about as : v
: generous and liberal hearted a fellow Dade i (Co. Security Go
,1113AvMeCG.M. as you wllljneet in a coon's age,
I and as he Is the daddy of Miami, and f
Meh's Outfitter
'fl I still feeding the Infant sumptuously

DYKES I when would the not request'be surprised li made.If he You gives knowa In $urkhart.LOC t :

father loves his grand children justas '
i
t TenUi- 0,Street.0 ._ '. much as he does his own offsprings { AND GUNSMITHExpert 322 Twelfth Street : : : : : Miami FloridaTie
AflUwU W.dtfllrtbi.gae.d.RqW. I and unless I i am;:mlgbtUy, 'm1.stakeD [ : Repairing .
-- he win tumble right Into-the trap I \
'w... Wpotl. B.ttt WOrder '
when Charlie !Leffler etc. who will 1113 AVENUE C MIAMI I

G.' A SpecWtg. probably be called'upon to build that -." 'j ... I .t
break the -- .-1- { _
promenade and park newsto '. -- : '- -r--- t 4 _
: ,- him. If he don't the ground circuit r.!
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on my storage battery buzzes Miami Meat .
that the park proposition Is In the -


.broth.I am not much. ...on propositions. I I Market I Fort "Dallas N National 4 Bank: ,

never tackled but one or two In my J
life and they resulted like Lender's A. Feaster, Prop.
dream that the ballots had to be rv-
counted but If I am not very badlyoff fi i
the gravel that proposition of Mayor Miami West Film Beach f .i
John Sewell to J 6774 t
put on a street scar *-*
eager service In Miami Is about the .
best and most needed thing that hasrolled I .
this way In many many:,moons. Floridabd
:: Merritt &Kolb ...

I . Just think of lu A city,with seven -
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of the "Immigrants Refuge as great
.."that enjoyed by the "Big SUck" Meats
REAL ESTATEf'ARQAINS and his[ side partner .the "King of 1 '
-.. Tnskeegee," not. having a scavengesservice' I .'
Iii .__f. '. It makes Our cheeks turn .
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of "
condition
MIAMI FLORIDA rosy when' we think of it. but why jail orders receive prompt Report on April 6th 1906. as!reported. tj(
the agony. Miami Is way up in som attention
things, Jam up, ballooning, but In oth i I IM the Comptroller the CurrencyCondensedLoans (
f.'J- ,. ,) ers-It Is like four ,year trousers ona 1317-1319 Avenue D < 'N ",
: /if ten year boy. and her public health PlUme 23 Miami Florida -. ..I .
f H"i f and sanitary departments are in the -- .. -. '. .

.... o.- -- >- .. --". '-'- -....- I .latter A limit. >... .' .-. _. '. '" esources -. \'i,. '.

;,'' -...- ....:-.. ---.- ._..-.-,-, ., ,. Te.alr.wawantaclean.up.twlg I. EXPERT PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ..
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: .i grafted to the mnnlclpal'aappltogand

want it right now, at once If"not ANY BUSINESS and discounts. . . . . . ..... ......$422,070.60
111 ,, t sooner, and Jhe fellow with the,long I BEST REFERENCESFRED.
"" "'tf ji: f t 1&i'F reach 'ti.hookednptightj Give us E. RANKIN Overdrafts, secured. . .. .. .. . . . ......; ;t;::... 18,747.78
{111 i o :
; t a 1011<<:eared critter.'on: two a bos or :
so en wheels and a biped with a BOX po- 72 JACKSONVILLE. FLA. U. S. Bonds, and premium. ....... .......... ....... 71,000.00

\\i I. ... > mate our'to "Whoa front promenades" "Gee. "Haw and" 'themto rear Other stocks and Bonds..... .*. . .... 4ibopop ,

J :< We,are Now Ready to hurnlsh, exits sight, cleaner and we and will prettier soon be too.a blameJ' H Banking House. :,. . ... ....2..t; tav.50,00x00: !
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Due from banks and U. '. Treastiier; :::: ..... : ;
:74,652 ,
t : ,Tribune SneU Inland ,
:. If that Fourth of July "blow 0, '-. ," ..*.lL.Vr. Lu ,

... ,41and "feel tired afterwards" planned Hr Cash in vault. ..... .... .. ....... .... ..4...:..:...... < .47,75,8.83'-''
'- other "' Front, and his .followers ;nnder then :.:- .
f m de plume of Board of Trade;and < > (

propped pp.,by..the, common/people $725,235.13
.- .maesof:BicyclesThe of Mlamt.dont a"hllartoni'success '
} I'witt have busted a'cog.; Miami never / .
f: J ........ ___ .. *doea,thIAc..br..t1l'o.. parts..and she Liabilities .. .... \ j :
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'5 Is not going to half dress this one. .
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A,little! pull and a little got than, "daj 1 f. ,' .

burn. ion git thai1motto; 'paDedto; r Capital. .. . .. ... . .. ....... ...... .$100000.00( I
he: fore> is all necessary'to'make It : "
a go. I articulate. .It win be so. Surplus and undivided-: r .:... ..:;:::.1 i !6,7d6.67 ;
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e'S. l: A friend of mine breathed it gently National Bank Notes. f *... .-.... . 52,0 rootDEPOSITS. ;
Into my sound receiver the other '
day :
;, J that a "cripple" gave a "corporation" . .. ...... ..,.....-...,.. .566,468.46. ,
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a mighty close race for the tape In f"'I>I '., ,
the first heat of the court bookkeepercontest 1 v=:;: $725,2: 5.13; ;
i't a short time ago, and I took ::''''1/'''' :
The bicycles and other It t all In. Now the same authority .
.. goods are the best.standard comes at me and murmurs that the"cripple" I
has gotten back on both

-.( goods on. the market feet and the that he baa got even moneyo The Fort Dallas National B nk offers to all customers'old and new-every
say next dash mill be a "nose "
Hartford < :and other Tires. and nose" finish. favor consistent with sound banking ideas, and every accomodatio: i in keeping. ':
I have struck another "bunch" of with their balances and financial .
Coaster Brakes fitted to old uncling. s
grit and the best I can grind out*oft !
h ds. All work guaranteed Is "ain't it the truth." tke-ttms! drop,-to, .u4. tab t lost'vJla .
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'' .' Mas.On Ok 11'11! .
: t' "new ivnecls r'rut ; Cornet- OGJ'';;: line;ot.'WbotwB. Daa't tor ,

110 genie: plao*. _

;.. '' 231, Street. 0.' 'Blue, Front... .atCat ,, 'LostPearl"""handle REWARD Smith' .l'* WHo I JOHN SEWELL A BKOBMhlqiiirttn Wm. M. 6ro'n( President 6eo. R]. 6om r. Cashier

11- Clark son revolver; 11 cat, S 1-llDeh barreL far smut TaDoI" II J Jn I : -I II
Retim to this office and receive
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1 Souvenir Post, Cards LARGEST- LINE 'OF, SOUVENIR SPOONS Watches and Jewelry


(j |k To Select in 'Florida at



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; 'STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY WELLS &. GRAMS t j y yAre


( own Topics J Jaliit prepared. to execute J .


THE: I orders in their i


t FIRST NATIONAL BANK j In Foreclosure i t L 4iA'sult land 10x100/ feet in section 1!. tp. 53 I Millinery Department" .

If' In foreclosure..'DadeFurnitureCo S !south range 42 rast I
vs. Martha. ;W. Deed F. M. Hudson special matter
1 j been Instituted in the to Edward G. Black and Saran A.
(- MIAMI, FLORIDA hf 'Jefferson, executors of estate of Joseph I Designer; of the latest Summer sty ". hat i iI

.(.. BROMIER means Safi liwsstmsntiWUII Jefferson, deceased for $500,, 15
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r .. .. r acres in section 33 tp. 43 south range
: Ladies J
. Look for Wrecks 43 east. I Tailoring Department
I Ir.
" Warranty deed Geo. B. Richmondand
r.i Capital : : : $50.000}j :,. fhe r. tag Dauntless:Capt., Lewis, left wlf \to Jos A. Day for $500, certain
this afternoon 4 'o'clock for 1 .
port lands eacribed by feet in sections For street carriage and evening costumes,
: Jacksonville and from there will proceed 13 and 23. is. 53 south range tl.east i i waists, tailor gowns and coat] ;
Profits $13.500Assets.over '
for the Installing
and to Philadelphia
t l' Surplus Warranty teed.( Joseph A. Day eial I
r I o;:ftnew boiler and the making of othettiextenslve to First Nat nal Bank of Key West i 232 Twelfth Strtet..MiamiSpecial .
: The,Dauntless
$500.000 I repairs for 15. lot IS, blbck 24, Frow's Home-
l'Y : : ';" will) cruise leisurely: to Jacksonville, stead. I
. ;"'- f 'i looking ,for disabled or'wrecked vessels I
. / as It is believed the storm on t ,
tns;upper coast has seriously affected. : I' j I rt
i- M. BRELSFORD. President shipping. I ;
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I EDWIN A. WADDELL. Vice-President [$ I AMONG THE CHURCHESChristian i

;t' W. H. SPITZER.EDWARD Vice-President C. ROMFH. Cashier. Smith's,!JFound-book Man's store.bicycle Call'in at front Metrop-of j ::; OffersFor J i

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, olii office.. Church
r.. Service held In the Fair building
4 Fire Horses are Dandles.Chief Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preachingat '
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. Dan Hardl* received letter 11 a. m. Communion at 11:45 a. the Week ending May 26 j

Per cenO>ald on: avings.compounded quarterly and we re- today from C. E. Coots chief of the m. Andrew M. ChUbolm, minister.
aulre no notice of IntentiofCto withdraw Indianapolis Fire Department, stating worth ]
" Boys' wash snits, White lawn a >tons, worth
J t: part or all of your deposit tIt he.bas..lnspected that''the team of Christian Scfsnce $lCOatBojs' . . .. . .69c. 35c at. .. .. ...... ....:..;. 19 C 3
, the I
horses purchased: in dtfor 11 +
Service at a. m. Subject: "God.
l'.,. )fttmlflr..departmnt. and finds them wash suit; worth Gingham' north
the Only Cause and Creator. Sunday 9& aprons
tobe splendid animals. Chief Coots ,school after this service. Wedoe"j i 1.25t. . 3Sc .. ... ..I9c s J i
" that the team is black in color I day evening m/jeting at 7 o'clock.All DOTS'wash suits, worth cown.t
" wUh a white star in the foreheaj. that I services are held In tbe Reading I 200'atLadies';' .. . . .. ._.$1.50 Muslin worth 6S. j Q '
tb y are a perfect match aged between I Room. Roth biulJlng. opposite Court ..... ... .....
: five and six years and will shoe, worth uatl..G..1. :
.
: I weigh %,!iOO pounds. The horses are i House. 1 ,.5!a. . . . .$1.25 worth $1.10' 1 .,
: i R nqw enroute to Miami and should arrive I .' .LSOatLadies' .. .... ...... '
Presbyterian Church Ladies' shoes, worth .i :
} ,., : the first part of next week. Presbyterian morning worship at 11'. 2.5O.at. . . ... .. .$ 00 fast ck hose : "
; .. Web ,' worth 15:. . . iocLadies'walking 1 -
Anything sidewalks o'clock. Miss Zelley wUl sine Ladies'
; yon want done shoes, worth ,
., ;";1, REQ.y leverage, landscape gardening roads : ber's "Thy Will My God. Be Done." 3.00'at .. . ..... ..$ 50 Children's fan.1'black hose
, 'Io. ... : built, lands cleaned. See FrtJ Hotter. : Sermon on "The Menace of Money- 12c .;
-'. #1 I;;;, Jr,.' of :Grabbing." Sunday school and pas:or's Men's!summer suits, worth 20c .. .. ........ ..
-"F a.
, .'.; ;...Jt -" Miami.Veteran :Bible class at 10 o'clock. W. W. Paris, 12.00 at. . ... .. .$10 .
" : \' ; ;t..' worth : 1 skirts''.
},- :I _>>. 0 f will Attend.i .. I Men &,.ummer suits, worth 3.50 it...... ....$..50
I i t the regular! monthly meeting ot M. E. Church South worth; 14 00 at. . . .$12 1 .
,' Tife Anderson 'Camp U. C. V., held Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preachingat Men'sjdress shoes, Ladies' walki:ig skirts,
thj* morning Commander R. C May,I! 11 a. m. All the member of our I worth 2.50 at . .. .$2.00 worth4.50 St......, .$3.50
,. presiding, and Ma] W. J. Shone acting church are urged to be present at this .- '- ..... '.
Carries as many passengers; climb more hills; goes just yes adjutant, a resolution was unanimous\'hour. Preaching at 7:30 j>. m. An-i Men's dress shoe Ladies' walking ski t.. J
i Jut; uses less gasoline aDd tire.; 'is safer and more easily lj ?adopted endorsing the patrloUe'c1jtom 'counceiceaU for other services will be worih3.00at. .. ... ... .$L.50 worth 5.50at.,.. .....:...;.4.50
; controlled; just a* luxurious and comfortable and costal ;\ cf the Knights o: P-tbias in s for repair thaq many cars that sell for doable or treble holding Memorial Day exercises and to attend our meetings. L. D. Lowe ,

iU price rtf t"=t {Send for the REO book that tells! why 184 decorating it was the unanfmOUlI1'gravel of'declded their Jead.that pastor. i Isidor Cohen &. ,Co.'

tt veterans acceptthe invitation toparticipate First M. E. Church
"" in the services and des All are invited to worship with us. I
of#,:Ion May 30th. Tae meeting was Sunday school at 9:45 a. m| Morning 303; TWCLP1H STREET MIAMI FLORIDA
M Miami Automobile Co. l largely attended and outside of tbet] worship at II Sermon by the pator *-1
: :. above matter the.business transacted i iwk Children's services at 3 L .
"'--' *** ) routine 'I'II ,!led by the pastor Epnorih Leagueat j 4. .' .-: -I NOCUOU'
13lh Street;near Postoffice 6:50: p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 ." ... is how we require things to be In or-
i ,., o'clock. Sermon by the pastor. ClUB ': .p- .tuJt. to be heal hfoL Sanitary mea
r. *, ft F I LEGAL PAPERS FILED Jortgage Ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Herman homes, offices, ind store rooms Water
I; G. Porter, pastor.HOMECOMING. ... ... ..4 pipes :faucets and tanks in modernder
; J if ITS 8ROKE /aRINCI IT TO Ul ; I .0::::: :::-:: buildings spec! y
: FOR ALL -"" HYGIENIC' PLUMBING
deed M. E. Armstrong': .
t business ort I I ;;,i :"" In all: contracts! Get estimates of us
If your carriage wagon tQ.\\; J. Roe for 11,100, lot 18, block KENTUCKIANS ,"
?: other horse;' Jran"vehlcle I U broken 100 north. Miami. I| .0. ', before giving final figures when con
H.t' to'3 '::': tracting. Our hygienic plumbing
: of Miami .
deed. to
cemetery City
or run down haul It, push It or cast Over 50.00/ reslio'.U" of the! State ] ," \ '. stanJs an required tests
1 and our
estimates
:Scrugp $IS. section IC. block : \. .
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It to our place and watch us work 19S Miami of Kentucky have accepted the Invitation 'Z'J'I' are low.
: city cemttery.for .
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I of tan Louisville /
*. wonders with It. We have mad a j$atlsfacton! of aiJitfage, Trop.tAl; : Comnerclalj cexi.ratlonto \1. ,. : .' H.. r. SCRUM' A".CO.S1lAviMM .

's life study of vehicle repairing ana Home Improvemnr. Co.. to W. M. "' rl'ib be to held Its In aji.vi'Ricc Louisville June 1317..: -..:! t' ..... ,41.4h { OR -
Miles.
1;. work,, quickly expertly, and economically. LDeed. F.IE. C. Railway.Co. to Victoria l?OC. It will be the grea:".. gather-t
held In the stats of Kcn-i: i
leg ever
Baker for $2s. lot 3. tolcc :31.C3
i ..'e aJdition of West Palm Btacn. ,i ncky and ISO'POO has :already been 1 j ITTY BR01iHERS-ri
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Mortgage deed. J. S. Gerocfc to subscribed for an entertainment fund.Wednesday
J. DANN
yIi A. Alice A. Bradley 'or ISOO. lots 1 and June 13, will be Receptionand !I
241 block 53 south Miami. ] Welsome Day; Thuprsday June"! Machine Shop
; 423. Eleventh Street. Miami. FlaBesides Warranty deed. Ward G. Foster'et 14. -Foster Day" In honor of StepBen -< ;
into R.A. Blake and J. Van Bramer.fpt .! Collins Foster the author of "My I
$500. twenty acres in section Old Kentucky Home;" Friday June I A rents for the Xew Era Gas Engines. Gasolene

I t$ 54. south range 41 east. 6.\ 15th. Danlal Boone Day; SaturdayJune | d kerosene engine repairing SPECIALTY
t liQult claim deed; .Z. T. Merritt \ I5. Greater Kentucky Day. For) at .
t I ui Brand for f this event the i '
to John H. 1. strip i General Repair WOrk

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-, t""t.to.. .."l.-{" ttt.O'f'......".1.tt....."'tjv'1'- ... ,.II'',,..: ..,',''\''. t IS Tltf GLACE!

!.lJl".Jj"J;.. : ''".,i.' '.f"! .".,.,..\f.:. }. '-:' ''.:l.\,.'nI" .... I Why par enormous prices for fresh mfats when yon
.... .ll..t- : .. :.(1' '._. :,.z,' : can bay choicest cuts of Western and Florida MEATS .
.' < {' '' -: .&. I,.. .. .-, ..i' I II I for much less money at Armstrong's .
q. 2 ::, : reatMarket.
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this patent Gibson tie.we have models of: soft I II telephone your order [and we !

black kid and eammetal., in variety of shapes and designs. II I will deliver
at door.
riley are here in all shapes and leathers at $150 and $3.00: I II' goods your '

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" .THE DAILy MIAMI" MtTROPOU SATURDAY;MAY 2 ;,1 W tA4t flyt
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.: the Price the Quality that:POPu1arr make and Oourgoods ':Everything' ;; : For' -The Hjouse It the our>Is price the foods quality that IV t.popular mak and' )




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!!,op. F' Mr. P. O. Gantier. son of C. H. I j '
Otffoe'Phone86 ii. M. .KINGUndertaker I 'Phone OS Gautler wife and baby, arrived In the "POP
Most city Thursday, and about the middleof
Any next meek will move here to re-
and Embalmed. In .At .I.
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they are at the residence
m I IA.i|[ eon drink. All others Inks
AVENUE D D. Smith on 8th streetWanted
DA } SCO -Po,* tort they RESIDENCE 21 B';7th STREET i I
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, : I *3 Clean cotton raga at this
I office i iL
"Cas e
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fade"Ginger
:' .Is apt to be one on which BROMIKR, meant HEAL ESTATE 1

; '"you will have to purchase [[ jjersonal
"'- f_ !G.wh \DBrostler has been visiting and family her son in .. this Mr. Ale /II ,

; I iBe '"J! city; will return to her home in the I 1-
Visa Edelweiss Price left last night : I critical In, the selection of your
A I Island City tonight on the steamer We tM exoieiv Mttlere oooo
I extract. Askfrour grocer: for Blue are *
for Fla.
Mlcanopy i.Ribbon Lemoitland Vanilla. Absolutely Martinique,. She. will be accompan -Caecade" M ttl* lei,_,. make god Cl3" and fair ,
IfcALUS-f pure. Goes twice aa far. led by Yrl.\arr Niles. who will visit There are a lots f |l.fer* ale prices increase ,tae ofW they
MRS.
WEDDINGGIFT REAL! ESTATE. I'' there. but *.... to temlare. wttIIi I
TER-BECK. \_ believe ia tilling tae beet etpfS
I {Mrs. Hector clot aroe. who has been Mrs yea III
','at Key West bb a three weeks' visit Picture fran \made to otter. The luillatl.ltt we can at each pates
I
Miss Constance Bryan of Fort LanderJale I il expected tolj# return to Miami on Racket StoreDROgsIR. \ If yon want a tea Beat 11IIGb It
is In the city today. -
Mall '
this a terooon boat. CaecaII..1.1 special tttoffUeai should be the Optima dear, whfl

i Wanted- Clean cotton rags at talc, b I I meats ieh Invesvnnnq one of the beat five east, fcmoka* I* .
ROSSIER. REAL ESTATE Works
office cleans I ( the Notma Martinet ,
Commodore and Mrs. ft. C. Roome ,
I an the beet 'ta
Tobacco of
Bora to Mr.: and Mrs. Will Gantier.a Dr. and MrS c. F. Kemp of Key left last night for their summer homeat MIAMI; FLORIDA grade
fine bouncing boy yesterday. beat, are In tie city today and will p Greenport. I*. I., where they will Sixth Street Weat'** the IM kept here In just the rlgatj/ eoadSttc: :i
We'll be ready for when leave :tor their,.Some in the Island: City spend the balance of the heated term Paetary and smoker materials god anOtah
you HOMIER will collect yew rote tonight. Dr Kemp: has been attending returning to Miami early in the falL '- for any one and cheap ems 01 too, i
the.. day comes with ;thenght the meeUbr of the State Dental Their commodious yacht. Roamer.was await can. J
several weeks andXjinow : your
,
sent
ago.
Association Ini Jacksonville up
Good? h at the RIGHT PRICES Mr. W. B. Ilko of Philadelphia, is' I[ awaiting their pleasure at Green-x>>, (
the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. I port. They will cruise extensively} SMA ft .C.
"1 ,* I Dr. Armstrong not being able toj[
Homer, on Second atreet. in northern waters during the sum MOSQUITOESIEl
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handle all patients wishing to see him I ,1
-: ''on his recent fislt, owing to his short mer and will probably come south \ ic F 'n UCIIM (] ;
The swell dance of the season. Come
it next fallDancing
stay, will make:a special visit May tt Iln HAYES.1'i
everybody. Friday evening 8 to 10. I
AUYNARD&SON! and ZOo and cob be seen at the Iroquols 'fateat Applied for i
Hotel. p taught 7 to 9. for scholars
Mrs. Wm. E. March leaves Monday I. \At all Druggists The
for only. After 9, visitors allowed to 11.j I Cigar-1Ian
where she lip
for Cincinnati. 0. goes '
JEWELERS and OPTICIANS treatment of the ear I Mr. Allan Hip.! assistant cashier ot !Twenty-five cents a couple to dance. MUS-QUIT-l ) Mr'G CO. "
the Fort Dallas National Bank, was Dancing school open every night i HOTEL 1
text te Pectoffioe M..... Ptarda Mrs? R. B. McLendon announces among the vacation seekers leaving 1) iI Jac'tsonv Ile. Fla. OPPOSITE ? J1E ''i,,

summer rates at the Oaks.corner Avenue town last night His destination is Broeeler wants to list' yewr property :

B and 13th street. Ohio. To Parents: School will Soon ,be! :Out\i! ,
McAIIbter-Beck r
E. G. -t A black Cravenette rainCoat
Mrs. .
;frostier wants te Hat ... l,5.\ .
The great benefit dance Friday eve t propertyfMr. I II on road somewhere between MJ- !.

ning. 5 I lUll and Arch Creek. The finder will mmm:TI1E mmmmm m 1
--- 'f, and Mrs.., W. Wells will leave 'receive a reward If returned to Jas. I
Estate
Real Miss Clarence J. Phillips returned Miami on the ,flrtt of next month for t H. Oilman Bank of Bay Bay Biscayne Miami t rinservatory".of S c
Island make Miami. FIlLl"OIlIER
to her home at Ft. Lauderdale last Long tq their future .
Rentals Insurance I night after a two days' visit in this home. Mr.V.e1la, Is a contractor.and'I \ . .n-I: : ;
their departure srlll be will collect reirtt
regretted. They your
city. Will hold a special Summer term May let to August let.. la. ,'
I have, resided tfre about two yeart., I'
'.'__ ? Piano, Kindergarten and Prlma' Mualc. Call or write fer aartJcev I

OHkeHlafcheU! Bldg.. : SEE MRS. MCALLISTER-KECK !Wuted First"' class cook Saw Mill at Lemon City I lara and termi A fine eppertunlty for the young felka.'L'PlimUst d '
.,eat '- ABOUT REAL'1CSTATm.- ? dining H>om girl Chapman and tae'good J Mr. and,, Mrs. Claude Edge and little I,i Pianos aupplled free. \ REGISTER EARLY

Suite No:'2.: -m':2. 12th"St" :I house, Delraj-.tFla. con came;, up from Fort Pierce last FRANKLIN' COLEMAN D lrecW. Z2STwetR t Strut :::1
... .. .. ..... I Mr. S. 0., FItts. who underwent Saturday to visit Mrs. Edge's paren's. I BUSH. t
Ii i a, delicate surgical operation Thurs- I F I Mr. knd MraR.V.. Goode. Mr. -
day-ta'reported doing nicely1 today, JMrj and, Mrf4 M. O. Forsyth will''EJge returned south Sunday as Elge I \ I Ii

rtif'ijGKft STOREIS : and expects to be out again at an give, a launch ftartr Sunday afternoon & Co. are! moving their saw mill out.I i ..
early date.Summer. to Cape Flora<\l'*! Mr. Forsyth is enj j lit from Fort Pierce to Lemon City i
\
joying a three! months' vacation toib 'I where: they will enlarge their busi I r..u
\ rates at the Rutherford spent mOlt ljs| in Miami and he and '!ness. They are now cutting timbers ,
Tilt FL&C(= Boarding House, 223. Ninth street his charming *ife are popular in en-;!for the Ft$ E. C. Railway extension. .
tertainlng.e" Mrs. Edg will remain here for zome-
!
t REA'I
11 i- time. -Melbourne cor. TItusvll'.e Advocate JUST )
Rev. Andrew- XT Chlsholm returned I
last night from a',ten days' visit*at [Dr. Armstrong can be teen May :9 I lsdffering ,
1)/12 1 ? l his home 'at.Brooksvtne. He, will i aad SO. at th {IroquoJ Hotel. Those! Notice I I to Merchants ..
lice fill the pulpit of the Christian Church ,wlthrtany nervous trouble 't-
TetuomWers The Miami Merchants Association
as usual ,tomorrow. of chronic complications or havenever Land
will close their'places of business at
VKJ been ab' i to get satisfactory results I '
'p't
1 p. m., on Wednesday afternoon.
in work
,
Typewriting done at the Metropolis eye should tee him. May 30. t 1
if office at reasonable rates.Mrt. He has many patients In this town to Miami' Merchants Association I if don't find whal 1
6Oc; a: et refer to. At!:tome be has entirely you
!cured where ajifs; others failed. ,
J. W. Barren and two child Broeslw wants to Hat your property j .
Alta. leave tomorrowfor want tell us of requirements \1
ren. Carl and '!Mr and Mrefft. C. McGriff and son, I you your
Birmingham Ala. They lave of Miami arrived last Thursday for Umbrellas repaired and recovered.

," I'spent.the Miss season Seale.with Mrs., Harrell'senter. ''eats al|short, Mr.visit and,with}ir.Mrs A. J.McGrlJTs Davis. par In Leave at Racket Store. and we can come )..

.FaD thin, stnl fOit dear glut, for,: I afew| days Mf anJ Mrs McGriff will There are many people woo can
Wanted at once Ten aalesiadles' ; i leave for California, In which State the : pretty near supplying them
read human nature in the lines of
nice table use. Telepbene IB your also two young men. Apply at Empire ,they will make; their future home- hand. They tell to their own satisfaction ,.
Dry Cods Store 327 12th street.Cocoa, and RocJUedge News. \
what kind of carries
a person
j
order :: Everyh1Et b" glass Fla.Earnest.
: Kami
t the hand. There are others who can

't. Vanlandingnam, of Ft. I'T.n thousand( dollar stock of ladies' tell a man by the war he holds his I .
and genti' fgrnahlngt to be sacrificed. head. There are others who can tell t
,
Miami for a few days
Pierce la ala in mother on 10th streetDr. Everything at !:$ialf price. This sale by the penmanship what kind of a No. 152. rhrcc lots on Are, D at $500 each, term "halt caahtreeU
visiting. is well known her going en now. De net mill It. Geo. person he Is, and in each case there la
and VaalanJlngham is greeting his friends, who are Mangoes, corner Avenue D and 4th It.i' much truth. No. 153. Two lots on Avenue D and South Watee '

EVER YTHINR nnmeronaX Did yon ever atop to think that yon unimproved.No. price $ 00 each or both for $1500. ,
'AA14D bEL. lr.: '(The SundayfTkchool of the Baptist can tell a firm by Itt advertising! ,

\ Church will girl! a picnic to the beach Study the ada In this paper and yon 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $HXX gash,
David Brown Candled Popcorn. Tuesdayithe will be surprised how true to life they
Challc&Son1X11 next Lady Lou having
W. H. jsBiMBaeB* balance in od year. There ia a little house on this place Which ,
been chartereatfor the occasion..The are. This ia a better teat of our theory
Mrs. W. H. thallle returned from excursion is rite to all members ot than any thing else. Ton know pays $ltiO per ,mnum. Property will make a good business site '
Aen D. MlamU. Fla' Jacksonville on\Thundar. having the Sunday school and church. All are the merchants and yon cal Judge how
I and II Celt Anna u'1311 Aft. IX been in that city several'weekswith ,requested to carry dinners. ,Boat far wrong w* are. No. 155. tVe can recommend this at a good inveatmen, On

her daughter Mrs. R\L. Harper, who J leaves at 9 a. n. prompt and returns There are the firma who has been In, this propcrtl1he e are six houses} in good condition, the ; 'early
haa been dangerously m Mrs. Harper late in the afternoon business a long time and have a fair I
recovered/vnd will come rental amonn s to $720 and the price ia only $4750 with]$1200
hat fully
business at a good profit. They are
'
G. M. VINCENT: to Miami within a short to visit satisfied to let things take their course (cash and balance in annual payments of 1500.

her parents, '- \e Their ad tells that they can be found
Physician and Surgeon i :1 LeiVlomli at the tame old place and their good No. 156. One good: two story house facing the bay and 3

Mrs. A. P. Brown and daughter, : are the tame at usual to theN It BO valuable Iota rcr 13200 terms$700 cash and balance to suit ;,'
Specialty Miss Gladys left yesterday for Princeton use to change the reading hence their tfoltermt:
Je l Diseases a 'A
D N. J. Miss Gladys has been voet Wonderful l Heater ad stands the tame all the year and No. 157. IA neat house and lot. just outside the

'ltntee.a PkoM M*. olds Peas 137 C popular during her stay here. Among year after year. $1500. $500 $20.00 per month..
214. 14th St other evidences of her popularity was ? T(URES- There are other firms who make down j
Residence a delightful straw ride Thursday sensational runt of prices below tae No. 158. Three four room two story cottages price for the
: 4 6 8. Hatchett Bldg.: Inflamation Bruises Burnt
Office room night to Lemon City, with dance following Cuts, ; cost price and when yon read It yon
the arrival there of the party. Chapped Ski& Roagineaa, Black- look at once for the book for yon knowIt three, $3000. Will sell separately. We can give very liberal

The blends of both Miss Gladys and he ci.. Pimple and Eczema' Keep is a bait because no man can sell terms on these). Ask tor them.
Mrs. Brown will miss them through Complexion toft, smooth and freshPete goods below coat unless he makea ftcep
the long summer. [::1 some other way. No. 159- \. new two story residence facing the bay,I jolt

Received 25c There It the firm with the etch outside the ci y on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2500. with

J ust.; a Two famished cottages for rent to Sold' .byNsifcCfcyae Drag Company sentence '-W. want your money. of $800 down,\>aL $300 per annum. If you want something new :'
November 1. J. H. Tatum ft Co. 4 That was a fool thing to advertise sad 9
attractive this the to
and ia place buy.
nice line of the gay It was run showed the firm
was new in the advertising field. It
CLOSING EXEFfCISES waa ma until everybody was tired
Eaton and Hurlbut and the papers did not want to print <
It any longer. Thea that firm made
or a change,of front and advertised thai
StationarySMITHS they would fin any order made to the
eatalonane aonae for I eats less taaa F.C.J. Brossier & Son
ST.CATHERINES ACADEMYFair It could ;be delivered from Chicago.: <

Everybody laid ft could DOt be dons

but the arm made good their premise I -P I
., :J w. i BuildingWednesdalfEvenifiiMag3a730' \ and that la always ta. teat of rain olaJrertiatac. !, .,
Their ads have been ol
the Mad that It takes very little effort Real Estate and Renta Agent
m I
s \ for the mind of the observant lateffl 5venuelD

i gent reader and buyer to tee the

KOOKSTIM Admission 35c. Tickets on sale'attthe Convent they are up to date and leading b '
'* -rfer ..thetrllne.MIAMI 1200 J Miami
.Plano furnished b.theBuh. &:Safford ;Piano Company HARDWARE r.OMPANT.rw. ride

want your money! .

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\ '-" r I fit DAILY' MIAMI"'METROPOLIS SATURDAY. MAY 26. IMC ':I TWILVI PAQIS

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;. -- ...-; oJ! : Town Topics.Sailed $. I!: Political ) r -: \ \, \ If .

.. F1 ) wW' ;g "a"
i;. ..' 1'1 cprofeS5iol '. t tt. for Jacksonville.The 1 Announcements I '\.f: t10 r 1 nl e.

/ tug Sybil of the Florida East I 0
: rvI Coast Railway extension fleet, sailed I I __
I this morning for Jacksonville site! II -
another tow of barge**,for vU, port f':!a' 'A..na.ce.. ailef this iou41a":-
P..ttar.oa dS >- m.. I r enl be frimarir inserted.ii nul the after Daily the Mcttupo.lu DCBOeratic .- :;
I Completing Reservoir I for tld.e1: weekly Metropolis. J5.00.
ATTORNEYS AT LAmM \\ The bottom of tat: new f re. e-nlr I tor in bold the I>.aty a.4 Meekly Mtiroeolie UntnatefaableWeek
.MlB all count.SUM...r.... at the got grounds for the rate (or J10.W.Positively
.,Mstwtltnd.toe.aaautas.oe pni..*I works Is now being put !nand, It II 'i .ao.ae..at..ilI ,
., ..
the work will have beet [ ; la crt vnleM accompanied' by the

.m-t a.ll's'... ;..... ..-NIas1. f1s. !.' expected completed .within the next ;:,ten dan. i, I.Uh. < ", ,, !!''t.1 .l ( '. xfBargainsj
\ when the new water service will birurced :

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SU1'OV.Jt.B..f
'-.L ''t tj For County ClerkTpf :

} Seymour & Atkinson AttentionK..of'-P. 8. ; the Democrats of Dads County: "
V and J All members of the local: lodge. lit. take this method of announcing 'if -t"
Attorneys I Kn'.glrs of Pythias, are requested tmeet ( mjjj candidacy for the office! of County -
| Counselors At Law.- at the lodge room :'tomorrowrnonlag .' dirk subject to the action of the '
r \.c\aIauMtloa tod.1I pnctlc*Ut all covrt I at,' nine o'clock lo : the pal Democratic! primary and will. appreciate
: \ But act Federal I post* .of reheailng the .Memorial Da:)' any support that my friendscfcn Beginning Monday a'f2' 1
,Jtooms 5,6,7.Friwell Bldff..!Mian program and exercise which' take i give me. Respectfully
place next Wednesday- afternoon A I Z. T. MerrilLI ,
I fall.attendance Is desired.! : I .:

; :: ( WorleyAttorney An i rror Corrected.- -* I i J For County Clerk .... : <

The- hours of the reception to be< I take this method of ,
,' at announcing \
h'' wflorid. tendered by Southern Cross, Chapter, self: as a candidate for the office .LACEs-ljyards' .'' 1. .f
; j1oTwelfthh St.;Miami. L>lted,f-aughiers: of,the;Cpnfederacyid IJIJ J Clerk of Court for Dade County val and torchon. laces, worth ,
; ilia Bessie' Fu'.Ief neit .,.Taesdaj:) .. .
subject to the action of the Democraticpimary. "centsYaurhoice
from 6'1-.2 to' 1
will be fftno" tour to "slj .1
afternoon F, W. Hahn. CC
Ceo. M.\RobfeiniVAttorney o'clock, and not [from two [to four as at per yard . . ; : . '. . f
reylou1.r.annopnced... ,J. I .f-
1 e'Tnuivnl.)1a. FOR CONSTABLE A line of Scotc figured lawns, colors war- i

and"Counseloarr : Room to rent- -'To la:1: moderat I) Tenth District ranted. Per ard . . . .. .T' 5: C J ci J J 'll t tA
K 't(- .At Lar Metropolis brace.Superlntendent : ) hereby announce myself as a can- "1 .
: rate. Apply ..
\ I ate for the office! of Constable la line of Alme a batiste beautiful patterns W 1 '

Ely Hen t nth District of Dade county sub.jet worth lOco .. I 2 G r4 4 j i
to the Democratic primary and I
.
In
I the Among
t superintendent of the P. Sanford Ross, i Respectfully everywhere at I to 12 1=2 cents.Thts I sale' -1
J. WUson.I ?
v Attorney Law \ Contracting Company.' w1h.headqual' I | W. 4 far. . . . ... ..... ....C ,
terr- in Saranfcah. Mr.. 'Elymakes .
1.To Building-; Miami. Florid occasional visits here to look" over the I, FOR Tenth CONSTABLE District II Ladles' gauze vests-. better grade worth 25c .:)

11...,- ,..., ),; work new being ship done canal'by'the on the company opposite lathe I Jl| hereby announce myself u a candidate 15 cents, now for. .,. . : .. .. .

T. BULOQS.>! M. D., 6.1 jf-Jhe.ba.r_ ,Ha..wllL.probabll) { for the office! of constable! In Calico and la wrappers, worth one dollar J

.c-- *_, oas. wltk- 14" Crow Pbarmt4> retWnto\ Savannah..tonight'tH'1 ,-* I county She Tenth, subject Justice to the District Democratic of Dad prl- and fifty cents now. : :: ,. . . ._. !95CA' _

.' Jtaat4*"'M 14th Its *I Inspected Ship Canal. Nary and ask: the support of all myfriends. .
eoraor AT.-i C,. A patty coslttlng of,;Tj; V. Moore, Respectfully. I large vari ty of re'mnaats"and soiled goods
JrlAm. ; rLORD.L Senator Y- M. Hudson.and several Job r. DeBerrr.Jtws on BARGAI' COUNTER at 'gout own price. ,
others' 'ompanled Sap:rtntendenti ---------------- I I II
Dr. James M;Jackson, Jr. Ely and ,'.a i Anglea to_th* new shli from Arizona 'f ; .i
_>wj? I tL tOffkiCcnerl2iht.nJAve.B canal 0...r the ppostte of'*the. bay !hitmornlng I L. B. Gould., formerly of this City}, Shirt Waist. lv ;O lfl A..fY J.
to inspect the work being I JiJlt now residing In Phoenix. Arizona '
done there They went ever on the Writes to the Metropolis that fruits We wish to call your attention to a more beautiful .
or.1V :j'- P. Sanford Rosa tn; R. $. Brusstar,,, find vegetables are plentiful in that celved.i' i :7 -
waists with short sleeves
\ nd'returnej aboutvnoonJV I State, and that the stock raising Is I line of shirt JUt
ton 3 II 4 s di7 i.8 Po m.R j.in enormous Industry. Money ana The are exquisite. YOU WANT' TO SEE S' .' 't .

T''I > : GROVES COTTAGES-'ETC..- .MRS,I:*ork Is plentiful; .though: water; isarce.on THEM RE THEY ARE PICKED.OVER .. ...._
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UcALLISTER-BECK. :!!' account of continued warm tTUi
W. B.RUSH.lith rX t. f !',end dry wea'her. He directs I the! ; ', t J.1I I 1 I "I
? [ "i\ t
; Gloves
fa" Silk
.. / 6 #Orl nr/nlre h.-. EnJoyinp a r l"I)\ Metropolis to be sent to him at that hite:
... lith: sir.se'Pteae 41.JOflHhSt. The fine yacht Luclle! ,nas arrived place aa he desires to keep abreast o! '

,-.. .... In:1'0..1"0 _:Daytonlt with }toero owntr"Captr news In his former home city. The long del yed. much called for long white silk <.. Itglo'ies
-' -I t.
.YIIYITLajfJ : Harry"Thompsoii ari<] party In elbow and hill ? ) ,I !-
receJved. They are
consisting of Me, and )lr.. Lawrenet fe Woman, to assist In house now
: Thompson and Miss LUIlah.'ThonlpconsboarJ. Webb. Hotel. Danla. Fla. arm length. Only a small stork and HARD to gel r t t
)j IdtEMo( ; .. *ith' Capt. Bennett; as'plM n I T-.rii n r 2 J j .
They ere bound for Key Welt and Nas Sold Valuable Horse
stu Cspt. W.'H. McIntyre, of thli 't Dr. P. T. Skaggs has sold his fval.
:, '* Offloe f Booms'S aid 4 city, has joined the party and will! table buggy horse* Pearl to Mr. aniMrs. .-,-. 4. : '. __
' 1-'rrissellBnIldiBf cruise with them for ,,a few days., J. Austin Hal!.- About the mlddle.pf -
I6oii 10 L m. IO lJ m. Sto p.n They anticipate.a delightful outing. vSROMIER I next month Dr. Skaggs will goo j
"Y.J....de.oe 111.'10th street. ermany to take the latest coarsen
f. mane MM."YMUM" medicine, while Mrs. Skaggs'williait '; ', rM.k' and Chop'HOUS&Sea
<\ Relatives and friends In Ken s. Oyster
BUTTER
FRED Freighters Went Aground tucky.. \They will be absent until You Will Find It MMe
4I. GsVtral Coutrmctbr.Qradlnc. The pineapple freighters Ruth A warty fan. and on their return will, ; Food Our.Sner'iaitv ; I
Ii : and Manatee sailed this |morning for bring bacKva blooded animal from a!, ,
I .. Elliotts Key after cargoes of fruit belebrated .Kentucky stock farm. 1 'Oyster bj plte.,quart or.j jU 00.
Sla.Ung la: going,out of the rlvef-bo*h craft, at -
",Welia. .. DrUlecIo-, 8M walk.W.fC. grounded on the flats east of Brick r Stomach\ Troubles 'served at all hour 410 i2thj Street Miami. FloridaInvestigate
I ell's? point. The Ruth A*'floated soon \ I ,
after and proceeded on]her voyage,' I
MaynardoRADUATtOPT&AN fat: Mrs. Sue )%artln an old and highly
though the_ Manatee- remained Before Investin
resident Falsonla Miss., :
relieved respected
tor sometime. finally being ; tobJ ;
when she too was sick with Johnson & Tompkins .
wnit.lunard'Son.J.w.l.rsi by proceeded the launch south.Hoosier more than six monthuChamberlaln'sStomach 1C.L' F'
j Wind PowerHas
and
AVWM D Hot to ton Dma I!
She says: "1 can now eat anything
W. C. T. U. Meeting I want and am the proudest\woman In been adopted bj the best people ,Of the .country the
GEO., L. McDONALD The \V.' yesterday C. T. U'at held the I's Methodist regular.meetlcc' (!the world to find such a good medi lOb cheapest power for raisingwater.. Note le p'le\o: hue
aT111stl and all druggists. handle the best mill made and make specialty ot this
ed it. I a
th* appointing
.. a .,..,..alhooooiIroT In of committees the chair. on Besides various' works, mere ieo. business and with my pump mechanism that I have just been'
t BOVL FLA.Yi were two papers read by Mrs. Xelso'J Sore Nippl samPI\free granted patent on. I will guarantee to ipnble the capacity,
and Mrs. ,S. A. Belcher; on the tern]: I value and life of any wind mm outfit. Any infringements, willH -
1L'C6FC.1DtaAltl10Arobtiteot., } perant'e' outlook In- San FraaclscoSrhi I' Ao cure may.be affected, by applyln StoreNo. be prosecuted. -- .-
cloc'n! of saloons, 'and conflwaf; Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the _ [
I' Hon ,r.by the government; of all latoxjIcattn child Is 'done nursing. Wipe It off \ariety
.1 tltyiwas vi'h a soft cloth before allowing the :
? drinks In 1he "doomed '.Ii PERRY Cocoanut. .Gfove, Flot&a.
., discussed by the Uhon ?hi hilt to Dune.Iany trained nursesIre r '
1210Ave.0- 'MiamLFiaTheChapman rexf'meetirg'occtir5-on the seconil this salve with the best result! Avenue D, Miami. Fla.u .
Friday In June at the First M. ,B.i i Price :5 cents per box.. Sold by Biscayne l 1017 -1 '
i church at 3:SO p. m. t Drug Co...and all druggists.

House Contractors AND PropertyIf OwnetS"
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tt''d don't "SAVE
S Kwt Vouea..lo mamg'tile pi.app1f tk+' you want to MONEYS
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A.W. Graham' The T. A. McDonald, Co.Yellol .


Contractor Satisfaction and Buildei and buy your building material' "Louf Leal


Qnaraateed.f Pine and Cypress 0 1 all iI kind .

**,year...1.-P.O'work..and.Sad..,14 MTt.postal MU.UTi yea and met I. We-: also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds),'' Cement,-Sash Doors-

r1..4 i Mouldings, and whatever a:1 uilder. requires )
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Remember dates of sale ''j'j'i One I lot I hosiery,worth Me to $1JW 48c ae lot' sfflu to go at this sale

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I AT ?HE ODelot Belts, worth 65 cents to nadervesfe, $fldr

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collars, all prices, 60c. to lot corwtVill prices, to "
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-Bating?' Vast-*balanced'tae.Jaat soc\af".d\ i ti xa. .W1lccounsr 'and flees iii f money as+ proviso 'that i w.i;n''" you: Mint him Street,1 Cornef-;: A anus.t Mi DiiOn lij! 1
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si 'weeks I land that iie 'grabbing propendUea Of coarsewe.raalsetttag.ric home In that bul1'1 you will provide I,

[ made! teary* -:en jIOtfiii an a .It if we wanted to, but Ferat a house.help surrounded some Please:-attractlon.dont all come;iQU.ke at! once.P,him'...there. -- rJ" -J............. pq- ......

opera (bis:rent On election with nothing more beautiful Girl with the Opera Glasses .. .
da1, aloae,*i"tooh+dn.alev ,.4olUrv, ihata,.tomato.patcha.bomew1thoat. ..... "' -. t *
bat the glasses were rather the wors* a library a man without a dress coat; NOTICE FOR|UBUCATION : 6 : .
or a father without some extra hours 1 :
for wear that night and. tll'O'or, three' 10 spend with 'Ms family are .not ,
otb4 candidate. who did not secure what :we want to'maklt'p.llamI.&bldlJi& ,' an ;-.,.Department oj.. ,the Interior e i a
thalr vse, are blaming me with'their':? :city."Have you ever given'a !1 Land Office: ate Gainesville, Fla I
'.defeat. .From nowon, through .the dinner PI..rt1t?*} >.fork:djJ you flee? try m April 23. 106. To Our stomers
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second primary. I shall rent my opera : 'G Notice is hereb *. given that the fo
gtuss to aeb041 ud shall esteem Do Ton ever drop Into the Library lowing-uamed.settler! has filed notice 1 .
t to the Fair Building on TuesdajM of his Intention to( make commnntaiioa '
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tt'a 'uoi':(+ ..rat.:irUi jwraot? .w ontliueIto Friday: .afternoon; "It. will Pa'r04to proof In"support of his'claim, and 't It I
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bOUier neibo'them; take the time. 'You know that'Is that {said proof'trill lie made before f
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one way to rain a conception
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:Tke iei io Dr' m-'li'ffi' 1 Oi Intellectual"itarns*of a-town-to at his office at Miami Fla... '. and. other Friends -- ,_ :
Metropolis today is to ask who has spend a few hours In a public library on June 26, 1906.jlz: George W.. Ellis
charge of that auditorium at theached'hatue. and watch the selection of books.e"other'day'I.stayed of Naranja. FUC: Homestead 31,622 i
."'"Ltt"Es'kbew'yrho''1t ''there'OIIehoar. for'the-1-.1-4'q sectiOB"l7Htp.'M., < ......" ..... '. ... ". i
C BOW, please, because when there There were four children,six south range 39 east We take pleasure .In calling your attention to the following statement
, .ftcioen a holocaust there and the I women*and one man come for books. *'He1 names the |iollo..IDC witnessesto < showing condition of the lank at clop of)11I1"... May tth aa reported to
'people in Miami, are weeping-for-the I made a list of the books borrowed prpv his contiguous residence upon the .tate C mptr ller. : I f ;
death:of their dear ones, it wfll,take I I but did not hare,the heart to keep It and'cultivation! said land viz: I You will note eontlnu Increase In atrength and bUll.....J. Our deposits
brave mea to stand up and say, i"Wa' I when I saw that man, a great Mr In- f. a W'HIII. J'I1.J1Ul1ard. J. 8. Can 'I. art nearly a quarter of a minion d .,.. Our cash on hand and In ('
did ItAt a time when there* teHlrent looking iliaD go away pouring teflo;and Charles';Oossman, all of Na- banks la over on* hundred theuaand tfotlara, *r nearly w per cent of our I
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ao excitement that hall can bo 1.1 over "Tempest and Sunshine. ranja. Ha. $ deposits, when the law requires only 1 20 Pier cent. Wa hay a respectable
tied ft five hundred people la .5. W. G. Robinson, Register. surplus, no bills payable or notes rs-dlscbunUd. In fact the atatement t.
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minute*-on a would. be considered an excellent one. and tee that we are prou4 of. .
some'- ODeI sty' of -Ore" the,, eeta That Library, Is one of; th1'beit r Wo extend our thanks to wr friends far their liberal and
would be fearful. The'' stairs that things we hare and should be expand Fortunate|(mlseourI1nsI pledge ourselves tt merit their eonfldenc In the ,futon aa .In patrMage the past Y
badly constructed, Ce bra es- ed. The selection of boob there laexcenentrw .
__ are mere'excuses'to"make'the >Th fees are very moderate *'"'When 'soil a drnggist,'at LIvoa- I I '.... Raapoctfiilly.Wl*. M. BROWN. President :'
Insurance company liable and who and the librarian a very courte :
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la. Mo. writes T J. Dwyer now ofGray'svllle \ ft.JR. McCORMICK, Vlce rtslo-ent.

oar wm people accept?'dollars There for"aboald the lives'not'be ot oualadJ.will the list As or the books.membership BAs the growsso people era :'were',permanently Mo. 'three< 'of cured my custom-of'consumption :I :..... -"\'""- .... '- JA H..OILMAN.. -- Caohlor. .. .' I;'
another entertainment allowed ia I crowd to too treat numbers around by Dr. King's New Discovery f 1 ;
'-Mtfl another, stairway those- three bookcases la the Fair
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and are well and itrong today. One
with a doable'door way(leading to'Its Building there will;come ar demand' ; r. "> Report of the J of / -I :
> provided' "Whose.business la itt' for library building and Miami win move was'trytog'to to all)his after property using :New and J !. ;' ;.....J' |" ... .,J s -. a -" Corjdition _the_ ". _' .' .. ,._' e: r a J

-'L.. '" .e"& '.bare.. something.more-. to" be-proud 01.1'fP" j Arizonabnt .he,found it,
'i pag" oftlu nlltbrtnm'mateses unnecessary to to so. I regard'Dr. --.BANJ< Of BAY BISGAYNEAa :{ ,
want to ask another question Does anyone know where the ,alt.cro"'D Kings New Discovery as the moat i
'WIIo taught the gentlemen (?) SDJ8aIId boys spend their days during wonderful medlcije ia existence. ;
to sump their feet when they vacation My opera glosses win be Barest Cough and Cold cart and repented I* Sutc G.ptroner, Met 9th, 19O6RStOUKCCS
wish to applaud real heartily? Someday loaned-not rented you notice-to Throat and Lung).ea1er. Guaranteed 1
they may wander into a firstclaaa any mother to the city who ever wonders by all Jrngglsta.50c and fl. Trial
theatre ia a city and 1o that where her son 1s, but with the bottle free. If Leans and Discounts .. .. .. u u .. .. ...., .. .. ..1145410 U t
I trick end get led oat by the pollee.man. ,. County Warrant .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. M1II1
I At a recent concert ia the Fair -- United State Sond .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 M ;t'
ding, 1 saw a dozen wen known City of Miami Bond .. .. .. .. .. ... .. ... .. .0000017M1
?.? mea of ,this town patting .. .. .. .. .. .. i.
Meal Estate Owned .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. IIS.11S .
. tbelt' feet oa the'3oor u If they- *. f Purattur and Fixture u .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 29
I I were-* attending, a S.Bowery-.. show.' I- I "roftonan. Slf I a id dbeO 3.pa P bf'' 3 Qr 1', ; 1xpen..AoceUlltt.. < .'._],_.. ..KESbuRCttIn ? ;I.j.: ? ".,. .. ..; .. ... ...: ..;.: .< U241S2M17I1 :'
... a pity it Is anyway that Ml- CASH
imp? baa not a first clap opera heuse.Bfetdea Empire Truat Co.la ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. utsJ..JI
the pleasure and tae profit l : ...' i 6rJtnNf'ft' .- B-; ;' 1 norlda tank... Trust Co.la "! .. .. .. .. .. .
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Ittwould give our citizens-the man 'v.J. t f W t ( '".. \ ,. Atlaotla National Saak.. .. .. ;.. .. .. .. ,.... ..! .ajwn1M4SOI
who owned it wouU make a lot of la Vault .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. .. ;'
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theatrical talent come to this townunless Has. on its !!j Lists Total Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ." $t111.
wa have a place for rum to
pay ia. Boat you feel rood when i ..,....
you think of the ""fifty aad awveaty- LIAIILITJItIndMdMl

ore cent places, that you presented dtIs Capital tock .. .. u .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 127,100 00
Ie the Oa oo-PoDock Company when lome particularlyittractiye] for turpluaSaratoga... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MOO 00
you best of them thankfully roceiv- t ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .4,14747M.
tag a dime for the selfsame perform- both residence. .and business pur c.tffteetee .. DeetIt .. .. .. .. .. .. ? .. .. .. snot ,
pee. fa JaekaoavQl. ? Anuetlneatin' u..tr = C.0h1srF. aaeka It; .:.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. a.m.lot '
'-" poses. ;; Miami-real. DIt". ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...111T.W / J
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at tho top drop down aom-cnmba Iita& ......,aojlilr of atost afiayW IIIJTPIt" i-. -11'-. :; }
eat you aced the other toads hop JOHN B. ROLLY, J.LMNGRAMAM. flat tJIt ..... Ksn9M9tt 10 tempt 1 '.
mtt? for them and then for a toagtoo I Ml H. tlUIAN. CeII_. :
TOO lilt and wait fcr-awr ?Mrs to and Mbosr tbod briers a*tat* ttt day ** .lID1.r .
crmak' Ia GIe meantime roar' Teat Agent ort Dallas Land Ice-Presldent Fort Dallas dNsrjs RNeWy MI1e.

fa. ptt1IIC out 01.stJ1e.. I Company,.Miami. Florida., I Land! Co.. ,, ,SL., Augustine. L." >i

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This afternoon; u previously noon of the week following the appearance those making correct nesses or nearly -1 "Puzzle Editor Miami Metropolis: style of numbering, using as many Watch out for the puzzle pictures!.
Metropofs.begins: the) of a puzzle. ,BO, will be published the Saturday My answer to the puzzle picture appearing -I numbers on separate line as there are every Saturday and then se' to-work ;
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All answer most be'directed to after_ a puzzle-hIa.appeared.. for Instance In the Miami Metropolis of puzzle*-Incorporated..lathe.picture-- oe thipolatkMLU.you an _04.t-.
publication of a series o:' pnz- "Puzzle EdItor; Miami Metropolis" ; the name of the successful i Saturday May 26, is u follow* I The Metropolis Desires to Interestthe yon have succeeded forward I the __

F 1. pictures, c1rtJ1i a cash prize of $1 In order that they mar be filed and not winner of the puzzle appearing this "N o. L ........... I 1 I young people of Miami and Dade wer "at once to the Metropolis, addressed ,
tor the first correct ans opened until the above mentioned date. afternoon 1I'I1U not be announced I "No. 2. ..... ... county,, and besldi s the puzzle pici and framed In the mannermentioned '.;
seattinto"thtj1omce by the boy InUhiiwaythe i contest will be'-fair until next Saturday, and so on as i ture It will soon < eminence the publication above and yon ifcay be the
-under the ** of 11 yean.and alike-to hose residing la:Mlaml-and long >s the puzzles are continued. "Etc. a: other fe itnres that will be winner of the prize, thou h remembering :
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from the number of replies other; parts of the countyvand-State. The replies |U> all pu/zles should belike "Signed I particularly attract ire to women and that If "it first youi don't,sne '

at. this...offlea. up to Thursday Thejiame of ,the winner with, all this or sanllar. : All competitors must follow the i children readers. I IJ teed, try try again." ,

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Neu Yor k;) a12.6frO: hsle!aeeti j:'Qo wen*"'and'the',short".plume* having a rolling brim In the back had I chiffon and over it a fine shirred mal- ;: the;:'hat. Itself,waa; an'bfack; 'bat' the back nothing '.t.f!a maaa: of white
the crowd that was baying hat"at >sway among feathers.. d.l:bands of nar'r'01t' black velvet about Ita j loe. Underneath was a inching of I I crown wa a mas .ol'pe.u1e1' of the plumes sad aigrettes while the front
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I I brim and wide bow of the same In mallne covering the bandeau at tieback ,
.upp0ee4 that I I a j very darkest shade of purple red and was:perfectly plain havlnf not eve
Eaeteryourwould hue I For>practical every day use one of I,the front fastened with a gold buckle; and brought round to the:left occasional yellow>I I)under' a drab'I of a crow, band. J1 .t
thf wholeQty wMaupplied;. but i tae; aallor Chapes"iff',,at serviceable i and through the front .of the crown fide. black ChtnUlly lace; and at the tide 'e' .
sooner was the Laster: !,week over,. th OJ straw is"mo&tdnrablevof. anything 1 .I II were stuck two black quills having were three short plume 'OO1'er1q.the 'For-wear with shirtwaists- the smart-
znininen'af onee-advertl ed pecial know of. Some of the sailors are t; gold centers; stand large black,velvet About the low crown was a may ot back aDd sides from'which shot yellow -'j(itmodel'I, haveseen; la of white i
'exhlbtOols i : .The fact Is !i I trimmed moat elaborately and In ane.il bows played In the back of the black pansies and a short b>ttek plume I aigrettes While. not ,a hat that t+: chip having folda of bl ck velvet d
after Easter I I a way aa to be quite unrecognizable trolling I brim the ends of which laid fell from the left aide over the back; one could wear on all occasions and I II I above and benatb; the brim; a round
that, 'today, ,the; demand made upon I I" the plainest of;our shape other l i against the hair.! this she called her fine'weather hat. I I I all weathers- the( effect: wa 'stylish,1 t I shape something on the round sailor x
woman regarding her dress make the again are.very simple and sURly trimmed -i I Heee or such occasions when she wished In the extreme nil the coloring such order.It la-ralaed; In thejback t with
latter-more aad mare lavish In erpen-I.I with"an eye to mtillty.alone,.Th i(, Red Is so fashionable a color for out- to be smartly dressed but not notle-I that It might be w6rn with almost any. two'Immense bows velvet
There popular sailor of the present moment I ling hats, that 0ne sees many a shape ably so. On another day when she costume wIth'goo1 taste.., I.I ribbon; and around the 4rown la a
and quality.
lure. amount j|Is made at the left side while the front I I in this color. A stylish example of wished to attend an outdoor affair of I I'I t., wreath of roses and their foliage Interspersed
.;. nust be a dress for all occasion and l and back are 'about the same width i iI the red hat wts built In English walkIng some note she substituted for,,the ..For the::hat ;'that'::must 'see' hard I with bow of ve vet ribbon
with_ nearly every"dress ,there must I I I and 'narrow.' f :They'are all lifted on outline with the left side fasten- black: panties some black mallne chotts wear It'I*,better economy to.choose I I These bow should have long end
be a hat to match r 'Even the woman a bandeau, eOTered; with a .mass of I ed close to th#' crown with two wings placed fairly In front from which shot a;fine durable though; not necessarily: :f[which fall aa they? wilt bu : having so
social demands, upon her, I tone inching which I. brought round showing two shades' of red; red and out two long white plumes, and on heavy straw. .Theee fine straw can I many there Is no'vacant. (pace to be f
_ withfew o.:1lhe: left side where the hat 1* slightly black cherrlea.-i were' laid In cluster the back instead of the ruch she madean be so much more easily cleaned of the seen. 1
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'find* the has need of two'or mOre hats 'it 4. The crown may be -re- above the crtfwn and underneath the exchange of green mallne and roses dust and ook fresh again by' ,e. .
:its a season and to the woman: In bud I plliCt.-'f by one made entirely, of (low- brim and left |lde. A more suitable of the shade of the oil fashioned I a little retrimmin'' that" It -'pays u.I If you have no{ already done so, It
nee the putting on and off, of a ha;: ere w lace, or the straw crown may hat for the f Seashore was' of rough cinnamon rose; this she wore with a spend the extra tnoney'In the begin I Is now time tor you to ma e the hand
five time day' with"the wear ',W circled by a wreath o*'but light weight straw In a round sailor checked voile gown made over old rose t ning; the rough raws look very >tyllsh embroidery hat> :!All the arse store
four or a 'floe f a niching of tulle or a simipl. which had a broad brim which silk. Another day when the fog rolled in the first wearing but It Is only i having. fancy work depa :meats are I
through' an weathers' -the rain which ti ", the high sailor Is would be a {the shield for the eyes over the land she arranged ovei a little while before their rough surface offering sets of these p rte needeJ +
crushes and the sun ,which fades Vf -, u> some faces ana from the suifft glare on the water.In the crown a tam shape of lace and a has accmmni ted an amount of Iin their making bat the ha dy girl out y
two hat win hardly] suffice for even in t'', *, ti .4 better to choose one the back eye a ruching o' silk Instead : ruch of the same over the brim and dust that Is post ITe-y disheartening her own patterns could stamp one
business wear. I It It< _.", Itt:.1e round brimmed sailor of the Snore perishable mallne, In the back was placed a wreath of to the home mIlll er.. 'I for herself: First fit the frame and t
S. I which when effectively trimmed.with and a twlsfy" >f 'sUk was about the green silk leaves while two wings I .. shape It to suit your own face, then ,
The favorite straws are the criiut lace a quill or two and-what is ot crown end ng;/:In a little chic bow Inront decorated the top of the hat at the A hat that will Ive good service for upon the crown mark ou the exact
Milan*. Tuscans Dnnstables Leghorns more Importance hat that look while to broad quills at the fide Every bit of these extra trimiingx the 'hoYe season s of Milan straw in size Inside of which your pattern must
and the hair-braids which may be had well on you. left tide ga$; the extra decoration, were arranged on wire or silk: that peculiar shade that Is 10 lie; leave .enough cloth a the aides
In all the faslonable colors seen In Its wearer co&ld feel easy about even tape and by the aid of a .*ew Jeweued fashionable this s mmer. About the I to gore and tuck In at the Ides of the
dl'ftll'coodl; and it Is a fad of the A pretty example. of the flowered- In the midst bf threatening clouds. pins this woman could have a new crown out of whh flared two black j crown; now cut a double portion oC
Reason to blend two or three shades rown sailor, was made over a' wire c hat. In about. ten minntea. 'tums. A ,",con hat a toqUf', was.[cloth far the upper and udder portionof
..... ot a color In a costume hat. the strawusually frame crown and straw brim. The A black hnlhs almost indispensableto I nf black (crin t mm..J with a few the brim leaving plenty of material
I corresponding to the shaJeot rown was composed wholly of white any well arranged' wardrobe, and Black crin was used for a much tilt 'hoDS of black l't1IlIne and two for seams and turning It ; whip all
\ the material of the gown. U would -oses and Just below where the crown ;It Is certain ; a stand for all sortsof led shape and had :a black bow of vel wings.'ii' i[edges first, work your p; tterns and
aeem as though every shape was fashionable ;'olned the green straw brim was a .occasions JJJ I know a woman whu far' front on the left side frou. I I cover the hat. A band: of r 3bon about
those tilted at the side high hand of dark green velvet Underseath .I has a bat oCithl? description so constructed -I which extended a black plume around I The belt hat Y. of course be amore : the crown with a great KJW at the
la the back while others have flat upon a bandeau was a double that!he can easily and quickly I the back. Around the crown was elaborate a alr A turban shape j'i !let side and one under tHe brim, will .
brims ana even those shelving downward inching of white and green tulle change: the trimming upon It by nothing but a twist of black velvet formed of roses 11' th two wings rising I complete the bat. Or yoq may work
Mot of the much bent *traw brought round under the tilted left I taking o.it: 035! the addition of a fewpins caught with a jt buckle. I 'rom the left .1 e would be appropriate I a brown hand and trim w th rosette. "
wire frame side above which reared white chons. The hat frame S. for mOlt culona lor
are upported on lljht a long and extra and weathera. pompoms or even flu ers If yon
and ot course, are an absolute nece aigrette. was a round iallor. bent at the aides Another of these black hats was so A pretty bat with an Alpine BO prefer but the simpler the hat
city to those of, chiffon lace or tulle. .s and back f.or Cult the wearer's face. trimmed that It did not at all give crown and high euted brim, white the better the style.Catherine. ,
la trimming .the. rose 1* the flower o: A round sailor of Panama. 'straw.4 The frame was covered with, heavy you the Idea of being black. True above and black neath. was In the Maafc-Payzaat.
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SEM1BY[ RUtHHIRGROIE OF OffKWL DEMOCRATIC COUNTY- CAU. ILI.o( you Want l aky Hous ek 1 1I




A meeting of the Dade County Dee
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CO..iNCI..ENT .IXERCIE. ID at Warm. Fla, oa the lltk day i ofMarea. I \ *; .
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KEY WEST -EVENT* WAS A :The following can far e.primary ; : -{ ,
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DECIDED# SUCCESSt- OTHER- electloe was-. adopted: so can you, .

ITEMS OF I INTEREST Notion' Is hereby,glvea'tMt GIrt : f >r' r' %. y,.v ,. ,;
i will:U a. Democratic: Primary, Si. ,J "- ,
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Uoa told In Ib'aneraI elecdeM.alfr

trictr' oC Dade connryv; Florida* s. If you want au abfolotely-water-proof residence business.b1oc 1 or.g building!! ,->uf, ring: kin "_ .

Metropolis Bares. May'Uth, 1H6, sad If aecesavy.e we. will be glad to show yon a water proof artificial stone ..tliatJI the belt....9D the market ?
Key WMt. Fla. May :t JOB. U 1MX. for the nomtnatlosi faQ .
The annaal commencement exer- Democratic fiT"1Mfti State aad We will demonstrate to yon that water can be poured 'brer the 'facing 't>f our-stone .

Irises of the Rath Hargrove Seminary County; to be voted for hy theDemocratic :
and will there until evaporated by the IUD.with'DUheJeut bit of.abtorbment by the
held la the Stone Church.1 were ffeddedly elector at the general ate* stay
successful. Miss 'William, the tloa'to be U14.NOYlIDber CO.'IMC, live in house therefore the health of yourselfand
innate teacher of the seminary, played and to appointed by the Democratic -.. stone. It is not healthy to a damp protect .'!J

the KeadelasDha's graduate and wedding attendants'march marches aad Gortnor of the State between the family and build a stone house. Plaster: can be put on this stonethus saying the expense. ,
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vp the aide.. .XI.. -JCmD7'' Reed Ject. t10D-U4 the holding of the primary I of lathing and we GUARANTEE our stone will no\-crack or peat We also d'e.l in ,:,
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Then came I Presiding Elder: ; WJ election! A. D. IMS. -
IA.Jerof the East Coast District Tat following officers are to be ness. Cement. : : DON'T FORGET TO HVE US A CHANCE TO
and Miss Lettop. lady manager of the tasted at Mid primary election! to- .
elaak. carrying.the.. diploma Follow wit: B1l.
rag them came the flower girlajlar- 1 Representative tn Congress See
ion Falk and.)(amI..Sweeting.--car ond Congressional District- -
tying bouquets. Lastly walked the 2 Justices of the Supreme Court .
graduate, gowned tn filmy white, and
2 Railroad CommlssloBers.
carrying bouquets. They were Ml- 1 Member of tie House of Representatives.
e Cornelia.* Loreno Roberta.Harrison Celia_ Comas. and, I : JheArL Stone Cor structionOffice otiI
1 Clerk of Circuit Court for aaea-
,. Prayer was offered by Rev. W. A.
Myers, and a chorus entitled the "Lord plied, term. I
of Taxes.
Assessor
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la my Shepherd lung by the senior
da**. Rev. Lawler .was introduced '1 Tax Collector.
sad gave an eloquent address oa education 1 County Treasurer. I

,the'to the graduating claaa. class After. sang the address k I( Members County'Commiaaioners.of County Board: of Pub and ,Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. "Look for-the Turn in the I,Wall"

beautiful song and then Miss Reed lie Instruction 1' f'
the principal;presented to them their 1 Supervisor of, Rcgiatratfoa. .
1 Member of the Dads County Democratic
;diplomas, praising them for their earl
:I, est effort:: and luocess. I' Executive Committee for Precincts -. -. ..
Then Mir Harrison, in a very pretty Not 14 and 7. respectively. ,. I'
; speech: presented the seminary 1 Justice of tae Peace and 1 Constable lug pla e. old engine boose. Frost Clerk: R. C. Stanley Folk
;, with a fountain a* a token of esteem in such district aa tare vacancies. Pre<:tijct No. t-IJI.ptCtora: Jesse tug place school house.
from the clasa. .- Donghetty. 1..-Garaett and F. W. The voting shan be by ballot oa
!. The following prize were awardedto 1 Flan and Game Waraen. :I Palmertf Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling tickets famished by the State and r Miami Business Dire
the classes in drawing and constructive The rules governing said primary place Porter's Packing House. County Executive Committees, sad at ory
': ,' ;-- -work'by Rev..E." A.. Harrieoa election shall be the same aa,Shoes Trecinet No. Inspectors: T. M. the close of such elections the Inspectors ;
t. : adopted by the Democratic Executive: McRaefljT. J. B.,1OO4..4 I. B. and clerk shall proceed to eaa-
.:r First prize Genwood Wellacott; Committee at their meeting held In TayIoriJ: Clerk: H. B. Hodge Po' ass till vote la accordance with the
second, ;JulIa Medina; honorable Jacksonville on February 24. IMC, for Inc plWe, school house. State Jaw and shall at once forwardthe The Out of Town Buyer and tJ\qM within the city trill. find In the .4.
mention Louis Costar, Alfonso Dang governing State Primaries so tar u Precinct No. laipectors: J. I.HardT. return to the Chairman of the below the bonds of Miami M. nceoe und.rolaaelfled
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the same shall be applicable: to the .D. Camel! and 'J. W. Pl-rte. County Executive Committee.The I f, for ready"' j I IE.JU
letConstructive work prize, Elsie Lund. County Primary. Those 'and only Clerk:fj. M. TJmstead. Polling pUe.. assessments to be paid by the .
? Honorable mention, Berdina Waite. those persons shall be permitted to become JCoaIM tf ewesI'recLct .varlcn 'candidates shall be as for
Prize awarded for best memory In candidates before or rote at. or Ko. 1-1upectora: W. W.; low'. : SRADY'dl CO. % :.> SCREVEN
"; Bible verse to Louise Grit Ion;. hoa- participate In the management of said Marshall Ed. T. King aid Bev.jrBryanfl Representative .............I 21.00 jFrUta aad vegetables Dealer la Drega[ Patent Moa.
i arable mention Louis Costar primary electlon.wbo declare their adicrence > !!Oerk: R. A.iBryai. PoUlnplaeevBtranahan's < Clerk of Circuit Court ........ 110." etaes Toflet ATrr'rStatloaaft
'. After the distribution of prize, the to the principle and organisation store. Tax Assessor .............. 70.00Taz tltl : Cor. Ave.D. Miami. "". I
:,. roD of honor was read and then the I of the Democratic Party. adoa- Precinct No. Inspectors: J. B.Wofforfl. Collector: .... .......... 7C.OO ..... Grocers. Bay. Orals 1M7 Aveaae D. f. wait fk
benediction by,lie. 8. W. Lawler *X State and county who are by the J. W. Ives and J. A. Harp. County 'fre snar .......... 71.00
.ended the exercises. laws of the State lawful. electors ot Clerk.J. H. Gllsson. Poling place County Commissioner ........ 1.... tag ,BfapeV Fertiliser"J. MRS B. f C. SICK.
Andrew Wbalton left on the Mallory the election districts in which they cchoo bou.- Member Board Public Instrue. 10.10 .. Real astate,
steamer San Jsdnto..to attend offer to vote who hare paid their poD Precinct Ko. 9 Inspector: Paul Justice of the Peace .......: 1.00 ." .. LUMMUS Suits Ie "i' aal .
; the East Business College la'Pough- taxes legally.due not leas than tea Fornell and J. I. Pet Constable .................. 1.00 .f. 4, ,
.keepsie. Mr.,:"Whalton has the beet days before said primary eltctJOD.u4 I ix.nll..L.. J. A. Danghtry. Polling j I County Fish and Game Warden '.W Dealer' J ,,1 Groceries. Grata, 12014 Twelfth atreet. ; M3aaSfU,
1 wishes of many friends for a successful ; who shan when challenged by aa elector place.fachool honse.Predact Supervisor of Registration 1.00 Ha/ and FertCUers. WILSON A;,HUDOLESTON ...
school-career. la oath, before I No. lG-ha.pectora T. L. All candiates required to tie
{ pledge writing upon : I are a Rail II .
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'I AI Itth atreetTHE Waif I1L ajH JII I II J
Dr. Stringer left Tuesday for Taa- any inspector to abide by sad I Townlfy, H. Dale Miller sad I. L. i written apptleatloa to have his name ., I
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;: pa to attend the funeral .of.his nn- support the result of such primary.and. ,I Patteraoa.' Clerk: R. B.' Met eados., ;appear upon the official ballot oa the ; -___ 101.4 Twelfth street 401s/t 1'1II'
: de Dr. Lyke The Interment will support.the nominee thereof., Polling! phi Fair banding. blank furnished by the committee,' MAGNOLIA OKOeiKY CO.
f'' be la BrookvUle. Dr Stringer will The polls shan be opened Bad closed Precinct No. 11-Inspectors: B ,.5. accompanied.with,the fees above set ,.---- -/.....- .... .
t return next week at the several election districts at the Potter; ADdr..oBafdee and Jackson forth with Oca P. Bun. of OJas. Fla, 0"'" s Ha7'aa4. Dealer ta Dry '10-. Qc6
.. Captain Hood, Inspector. Seventh hours fixed by the genera election! ,Peacock. Clerk: J.- W. GsJIaway.PoUlnJ' Secretary and Treasurer of the Cons Orate.. ..
.7J1a .. Geetafaraisataga
Llghthoiue dlctriet. Major C. L. .
# Democratic
lawn The.following named persons pace Shone's old slots.Preclact ty Committee oa or before -
Phillip*, captain Henry M. Merriam, are hereby:appointed inspector Pili. No. 12-lllapertorl1 .T. the Mth day of April A. D.ltO. Oar. .. 4th lI IDaII.m Avesuo II 1Dud.Jtt.. .'
'.' are off on a week's flfhlng trip on clerks: for the'several Wetloa' Stephens.. W. J.Dangherty.. A. T. The I emocraae County see eshu .
< the wait:coast tricts: I Duval Clerk:>.Taos. Mitchell PoningplacejTweedeirs Committee shan meet oa Monday.May
t"'... __ Precinct No. Inspectors: N. B. BaIL 21. 1XX at the County Court House Da ae Co. Title Insurance!
: Death from Appendicitis Parka H. E. Stypmana'aad .Bo' 0. Precinct No. Inspectors. Henry in Miami.' Florida, and publicly canvas -
c n BaIL Clerk: Curd Schroeder.,.Polling Goannaa. Wm. Anderson and J; Cas- the returns and declare what
decrease""in the same.ratio that the place. Ban's store. tello. If Clerk: H. A. Proctor.. Polling candidates are nominated by a majority grid Trust Company
". use of Dr. King's New Life Fill in Precinct No. 1 Inspectors: frank plaeetschool' house' vote for each county office lid la
creases. They says you from danger Bowers. P. Kltnea ad E. C. Miller. Precinct ''No. Inspectors: WJL: what cases a second primary wffl I
:;. and bring quick and painless release!Clerk: James Hepburn. Polling Scott!R. BlackwelJer and J. F. Caxa. have to be held. ,I OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATEDPaid ,
'. from constipation and the Us growing school bouae. pI.ee.1 > Cjtrk: J. R. Horn. Polling place. W. A. Filer, .
: oat of It Strength and vigor always! Precinct No. I-JuptCtOr.: Eaioo'l store.Pre"nct Chairman. Up, Capital S75.OOO. Sctrplas.S12.OOO. ,, -
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JWtow'their use. Guaranteed by an J i Sheen Joel A. DuD and Daa No. U-III.pectorar M. A. Attest: Geo. P. Bun. Insure land titles prepares ab.tractaol tiUeajloaaa and ....,;
druggists; 2Sc.. Try DelL i grove. &erk: T. J. Campbell' Poll- Mirsoail.! S. U. Alsabrook sad A.C. Secretary.'V infests money oa its own account and for others: Acts u

r agent attoraev.ia.fact.. trustee assignee executor,'receiver '
or .(Utdiu. Address all communications to

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I|f I Oar tock of;groceries U.complete- and we tbinarwe can supply If you are a sufferer horn any Chronic Disease Ulcers, Tmisorm,c... !

5 abort required in the baking line. Our aim it to keep ccrs or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head Tkros*.. -. '
1 only best u of groceries ud oar prices on them will be Many Sdi There Give it This Repntatioo-Pertonil Lungs, Stomach or Bowels. DTaptpeialndigtsfo} Rtetaf.-' *or'"
found to beTirht Good delivered promptly to any part of the -
Oar fruit and stock fresh. Give 11. a an I Disease, Female DiseaMS J I :.
I city. vegetable always >and General.Notes From This Attire > .

AD Latest Electrical.AWf. edldMi ;
fJdeIIu.e20 33 5 Twelfth Street Miami, florid. Southern Neighborhood., Rude '

J and a large sto k of Sp/dafylptsparad remedies for Bpsjdal ..et ;

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ta
". fj! LidlesDftalrs gtld! : lace.' ,f -'1 .

Coeooaut Qtovt.. Jfajr 26- It looks Is lorlncly called to the church and r' 2 -- .

Wm. Curry's'. Sons now.... If Coconut Grove was going the Grove Housekeepers', was oat of Club the of sufferers Cocoanqt tk >ia. Meta polio Banding 'From 9 a. to 4 p. .......&..4 11"
to be sa eOncaUo&al center With
San Francisco .having reached the : ,
t: florida Mr., Ransom'j|school at Pine Knot )
'Key-West Palace Hotel the night before the I
HEADOUAKTEttsV; FOW carp Mr. Hopkins'"school at the old I earthquake,. She red her party lost R..iJ :
Peacock tnntl& girl'i school at the everything but were glad to let It all Florida East I Coast j1

Ride, K1n4;garter classes at the go. aad escape with their Urea ._ ; .".
4- Skip Chandlery, Building It Is Mr. Matherson and not Mr. i L
Housekepen fciub, several privateclasses Peering, who Is having land cleared
Materials Qf All Kinds. sad jibe district school.whkh south of.Mr. George Allen's place. bed;Tisw CM, K*.
ought to be i high school and would
1'aD1111..r.
1ND IOWJI '
: CM sad Ic* Steam m rias> Railway..Mackitt 9ktp.,FtrKt be if the funds were JorthcomlEj .

AH kinds ot repairing.' Boiler and Steam Fitting caa'ot done at u' so It Is tsidfjto"I: this end the special LOW n d nano,r _
shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert skilled mehaai district tax qi,ettlon is being earnest t.fa .
Ijr dlsciused.j The educational committee : := =:....
.
,
of tbefpouaekeepera' Club hav. p...., r t

Southern Marble' & Stone Co. IDS set the bin 1. rolling for It is felt RATES 1 M II u.JIuI.. -__gut ..

that some special effort should b* II a :.t 1; ;
4 .. HOGAN STREET..ACKSONVIL K made to better the Cocoanut: Grove 1M.... 1'
H.adQuart4 r for school whlca'j> lDg back oa the Rld( lass i t: ...Yew : e
and out of the way has been very VIA I., .....a.. ;
Building Stone, Marble, etc. mach out of &lnd. 10E = ,: er-: :
Mrs. Florence P. linden and her sister 1 It,.1 -
MOSAIC AND TILE WORK. MUs Alms Powers hare cone toBarrenaburgMa I.,. .&-1_ s::=:n-,. -
for the summer SouthernRaliwag :
'. FOR' FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MANfELS. ETC.Gcacnl Mrs.where Haden they aspects laye a to beautiful make a home.visit u Rs ..ktwl I -" r.n OIaare a t qty .._ Y.. r/M i l l

fr M4lasata, CcsMtcm.Wsrk, etc. to Texas before. returning In the fall. ._ .. S rto
.l I s Mill :
.. :
;
Mrs. Jessie Moore and Mrs. Charles uu __
At f1tan1J1.
..."... 'Wlftau.a Ficilitk IJM Tractor. Frmpt S.r.le ; w
Peacock left Monday eight for aern ,
Boston t1h:1 = ._ .
fL P _
s 4 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Church have .. :: Li- Ili Nu. .
II c "
cone on a long cruise down among .... ..,. ap'o ...,,. f.- I
the keys and';!probably to the West L UNa. a It.- .. .._...1..GaWe...,... .... uT 12ST,,..
.....
Coast Ijj .... = .... 11- II..... :
I $33.40 New Haven Conn. and re .
Miami Transfer Mr., and Mii. Alfred Peacock hare __ I eo;. ...I.aeie 10..... IIIOaa ..
turn. Tickets on sale June :-1. 08ea ,. f'ku tIOa' R,.
returned *tit a month's cruise on I 116,. .___TIb'-L 10.,S. U ia. ...
limited June Extension June .. .... .
le II
their yacht Tie Grnndy to KeyWett.: : 30, 1906.> Stopovers, Washing __ 1.... ._.ndw J_.___.. ..... '11I1aa !5
i :The Ladles Aid Society met at ,... 1i..., 10
.
Company Mrs. Kirk Monroe's on Wednesday: ton. Baltimore Philadelphia and tai tRp. =.. f ....I J/-I :.
'fc good attendance held forth and a New Tork. u.. II,. WtltPa1l Siseb ....ar "
.... .... .
lot of work ws accomplished. 41p. .
22912th street, Phone No. 157 and: 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 .... I Delra I Dual '
The waUiei> Jas ser'onsly atferreJ IS J.JO Boston Mass, sad return. ,... = .... LaIl4 .'" 1
Garage and Stable 11th street_ ,: near Ave. E, Phone No. 100 with /tie. Ifousekeepeis', Club Tickets on sale May 31 to June ..,.... .t'7,. .. &ala 1...., 'j..l I d
BalIU4 "
llpa
entertainment. !
meetings sad although I, limited June IS.. Extension .w... .
tai y SR.iN
WIW
those who ci$ reach the tich house IDpII tr :
Horses Carriages and _the last two wet July IS, 1>06. Stop overt Wash t: .
i on Wednesdays ington. rn ".:;:: ATa.fwrsd.icu .. ,.
:toyed: themselves thoroughly Baltimore Philadelphia,
k Automobiles ;7 Next Thur/lay.'the 31st. the Club New Tork. t.WRWA a.Cta1.r.CA..tea.t elulllI
.. win entertain 4be young ladles of the D.ny at l..dq
4 --,' '\ Grove. Theentertalnment! will take $14.65 Asheville, N. C.. red return.
for hire by the hour,,dare week or month. Automobile store the form of 'a, musical social This Tickets on sale June 7, S, t, 14,
age repairs and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD automobiles win be the Hast..entertainment the Wit MiT111f teatcAR -
15, 16. limited.June 27. 1J08. .., salty .Mh "
-
., Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilities Club win glvM until the fan u so.
...,.. for moving heavy freight Omnibus meets eve train. Baggage many of the lII..mberl1lne gone North 120.40 Louisville Ky. and return. INI
,transferred. ALL,orders,receive.PROMPT,Attention small and gatherings will be ub i
so Dearly Tickets on sale June 10 11. It / u 1e el p.
.....
the $ p )
rule during June and July
1111 _
limited June 23. Extension.July $ sw7MtlM
_
-<' Mr. Vlncent'GUpia. one of Coconut R/ $ /11/0. sy
:3'nOI.
Grove's winter residents has a moatinteresting
atiid..In the June number $2J.U Hot Springs. Va. and return. AN1, OCO9EHTAL.STEHSBT CKOKttH&! At uses'
of Country Life In America, oa Tickets sale June $, 10, H,
W. }. Brown a cruise among the keys. It Is illustrated limited June on 1>. 1W. asN..CeaasctSos Mses st Maul wtia Sttasnalss .. 1M.P. a. t, S.t 4Havana ,
with photographs taken by Mr.Gllpln. t '
m ll.e5> Knoxville Tent., and return. 'and, Key' West, "
I Mr and Mr, *. Gllpln. and their son Tickets on sale June 17 18. U, .
Mr.Vincent Oiipin.go north this week. 23. 24, 30. July 7. 14. IS limited |Two.Sailing: Each Week. ?:
They: have one of the Camp Biscayne fifteen dsys. Extension Sept '
Trains DUcIaarp PsUagsrs i at ships SMs. N
Sa 1itaryPlturiber cottages and: ,Mr. Vincent GUpla is SO, 106.
: owner of the The road to the Cocoanut Grove $14.$ Asheville N. C.. and return. =''L m.'IIIIe .. ..oLrsL r.aw..... "atl sei...... .'.
', 1.1 Aetaya.l is
station Is made and that part of town Tickets on-sale June :1, 27 23.. ... .
has already,hid a real estate flurry. limited July! 10, 190 Pee Ce*gad the LOCAL T1MB CARD er Otter IaMtnl Im

A The Rangeti will be entertained by 16.35 Montesgle, Tena, and return "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." (tI.
Mrs. Kirk Monroe on Sunday the ,
Tickets on sole June 2 t, SO, July
27tV' UMrs. :! 3. 5, limited August SI, 1)06. Extension ..D. RAttNER.Aa Omit Pma*. Aft. $T. AUOUSTBOs JIIIA.
John 58. Frederick president October n, 1906. I"
.1; 1019 Ave. D,...Miami of the Woman's; Club of Miami, spent ,
'" 'Ha't ie..ral.4Ir.'..t the grove last week UUO Milwaukee, Wls, and return.
the guest ot.rMrs: Kirk )(UJIlOI. On Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 11, 12. SEABOARD
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Munroe gave limited Aug. 22 1906. .-
a reception ,for }ft 5.' Frederick Inviting ,
E. A. Robinson the members of the House i I
keepers' Club Mrs., Frederick has Air Line RailwayWOR .
been a member, of that club for many Passenger d Ticket Office .
years and wM president of the club
Contracting Electrician built their club house
when
they new
: i Mrs., Frederick Is very much loved 108 W. Bay Street .
.
1019Ave. D Miami .Florida, here and her;WenJs were delighted to Savannah. Columbia, Camden. SouthernRichmond Fines* ..
see ber.Mrs. S _
'
Raleigh WashingtonBaltimore;
B A. JRlne, a prominent member ,
= of the Housekeepers' Club and J. C. LUSK I Philadelphia New ;York.'
winter resident of Cocoanut. Grove Two Elegant Trains Daily. ,
has been vertf ill st her home In New
Jersey w District Passenger AgentJacksonville Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail

-'Mrs. Elizabeth P. Savery.or Spring- ,.FlorldY4Lngs' a Modern Pullman Equipment.
fleld.Maistn4} godmother ss she .

Ra1.EstateBargallski.tier : t O y j I :.J

c operitiix dm liroaji sleepers Iron Jtetsoailllt.lsr 0:}luu.

r pharmacyIKCOKPOXATXD f t
.
A* .
.' *..Jt ? for full infornat'On A..l sleeper r*' nratioai, call sere AnY scent ol thl

s fet cables properties for Ike next....1O,dcvs, SS I Seaboard or write ,
j
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"
,; .. felleWes : I
*. 0 MCDONNELL Iss't.GeL Piss i 10 more lets In.TSay.YItV.addition;ar 1150 each after,which the A "
.. prlc. will be advanced to 1200. Drug'Store'fornThe' People F. p. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. AntAtlantic I


(. 1 let ... 10th street near. Ave. C, a big Bargain at ..........flMOSJota 'That's ou motto. and .it has been the i: means of adding hun

on.firth street, ..c...'....'.'.......}.... .:..?'". .!....f48OMHeuse I dreds of new; customers,[our list :'We sell only the purest Coast UineI .

,.and let-on. Third. iVeil..S roora.. fine place any terms, $11100CI. i drugs p All prescriptions are filled by,registered pharma I THROUGH SCHEDULE "

_. Elegant. hems' en'Ith street'............ ..... ........ ... .. |40CQ4Riverside I cists. We!lso carry the finest sodas and ice cream in the city I'
Alabama Virginia North Carolina
i Florida Georgia, ,
2 Doors North of Postof I I and South Carolina I
I.. lets are IImnIdly., but we have a few choice sues I
The Travel between
r left. '.st the following ,prices:. great Highway

4., I W. E- Youngs; Pres Florida aod' tic East aod \West. North and Sooth "
';'- Comer Iota en Twelfth Street.. ..*.11250.
j
4; Inside lets on Twelfth. street.$1000 f

.l' Inside 'lots on .other streets.....$760Center ., ,. Convenient Service, Elegant Pullman Equipment, MafvIBceac Dining Ca '.

; .lots en other .11000 Route of the DIXIE FLYER t

>. NI. J. Yarborough CelebratedFLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED f.
I "
Remember that water caws lights, paving. and street railway willi Trains MONTGOMERY L. AND N.
** Contractor I
all be'down there In the MX* sixty days. and Builder

CONTEXIKXT METHOD OF TRAVELING 1 1I|
., I
i 1 Builder of the Palm Beach Hotel Atlantic Coast Lite one thousand mile tickets good over 13,000.41.../railroad
,embracing all portions of the South on sale st all principal arvaeiM.at
rate of$=6 each iLfmlted to one year from date of purchase. For f.lI.ewtnplete -
3IITatuth. ft Go.C House Moving a Specialty and r bable nformatlonregarding'Write r'et.schedules Pullman Mrvtte.tt*
I t'
f: I Miami Florida Frank C.BoylstoW Dili. Pass. A.... W.D, Stark.Tnvetfn1X8 (,......A,.., ,_
W. Bay Street,Jacksonville.Fin ::

.J. Cr: g, Pas!enger Traffic Manager, U'ilmingtonl N. C.r _;
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'HE MIAM'.ETROPOLIiIATURDAY-MAV it 190*3 1T tTWKLW'PAOW:
.t3thl.. _. _. ..... ,_" ._ DAILY
--- --- j
I city, until I<. our return, we saw;k unmlsta -,- .
:table signs of prosperity;;"'provperiljf I: J *t,000aaa333, 'f:1 *,l .-.1, Ll .tt .J. X.,8
T1tE1JRNGEl() GLmE. 'S CTION98 >hat will be as lasting;as. tbe'"gran lUHiJ : t t'
1
t much te mpre8SeJ hills." with In fact what wejwfrp we sat au. MattIng (jltbluleate StTtUD

that*'.J'tUd'a"! help asklar Ute y !cet,, ,
o(, UidJiO.fthaf favoredlsectfoftjl and ] I .
AS JSEEMBY3METROPOL1SI: MAN cooJd4>,t .1sl; : a-isMt ffna' t ti
j
portiotladcatJtttyofthe
ee tf c,*rth.Proin Fatoall. ., and Furnittire:: =" :

... .,. '. the time we left Miami until X <
.I"I.! -0' I' our return 1Ie drove rover a pared'road I l' ; ., .. .:
The ManyMagnifiwntCithis: : Fruit Groves Seen(',and. the 'have M stormed mooth as a house ttatjtheT floor.Ve cltiztns 'I "
-' Will be Sofa f''at: Reduced Prices' for' shirt days(
There Noted AGeneraiDescriptionofalli i of that section built theseroads large-... ,. .", .
General Improvement !jly from their own; rpeketi.-j' f .Thr.*i ,.' ,5r.--, : i ,1 "r

j tab! : ; : ; !:,;xwj [ J (.vearsii Glad section; the proper citizens, built the;nearly Orange six 1uillesf 1 "SL yy r tr w T

.. -- pf rock roads with a little help; J: W. W a t S dD'tnit : mE. i1 !
atJT tit)tr this character Is bound to sueceecand .
l A few dais slnce ) r, E,A\ is V..gner and it Is a fine specimen iG\.ke'a thrifty settlement, which
man called at UrtJll'etropoIU t flf\n! :1r Ititteet.i Many of tht win Ire the pride of Dade county. : .. '. .
but
and invited a representative of blossomed freely! this year ,J. .. ,
"" -
; -
fruit has been taken off..the.owner, ...J.'
with hint \
papeet.A.ka A drive .' .. I preferring growth'of wood, rather than : -
dcifS.Q! .
ritaflon th Haroey accomp was flsTfl glad S3lB&.ns.y atlepte-d;)Soon>t: : frnTC oTe! ""and I.yTnresr6nwnlac-e pineapple. of Burl plantation tonjYt.of Is nIt Mr The''IO.\ [ >1AN' CLARINCtSLL11wo

lea 'tdgy'YffiA ).Jae1111111bcgu HwryJKsIl: ; fcieftree : :
condldan
InToplglnh slbpaen': but we ( | r t"e Utis-n. ;
ej far Orange Gladd' and ire* 'trees msklag bloomed npid In growths-many the spring.: Nearly .

mimed;Cfterl tf csosinrrjtfifi make: Ole; trip.;' TSrelfthf ''' of tite.lriis).he rut aiKoppvrtwalty bail been picked xo off pat ghing Oa''|; T weeks.only. Greatest bargains ever offered;in Miami of reiiabl ii 'rios

bridge.jrc, noticed many heavy wood growth.1turrngLhcse: '. w '''
Imprortfcents'tradW war; large, On "the1 place Is a'large stonparkin 'j' 7 i All pianos marked. in lain figures13 .. etn -= e4---a bra Ita
excavating a .'
ofuwafVer busy ; house;'where'we"found'. Mr.Wagner felt /% '
I the water main .' .. .
for fewer jlpT busy with force of' men -
boea":rald.for'some distance. t packing ploatTorshipment.. The a1p1es -. .

Btruciio al ae* Residences an4.tliel; rails In I process for the'jof") :(noticed are the of uniform stet c11 marks size'! and'of large.the crate We!> |..I.Josewool WrightJ r . . . . .$62.002'ne 1.lv._Mahogany-pidiKSrregr$425.i) salew$368-::

trod Street d the Railway' waY', were" distributed and. .. grape: a .hleb were revealed of more the than fact usual that size the, run-apple :Ii''fOaio" Upright.! good condition. . . $165 1'1 ? A!' 'I" 1) ')1 l 'I'b $4651; sal i$381C'I
Tbutrst. :orange from 1C to 24 to.the "crate, 16to ; i* iI >

Lawrence grows wt,,'adjacent aw'was that to the of Gen.rock '' Opposite being the, Mr majority, Wagnet! -If the grova .1 I Mahogany, fine condition reg. $365 at $295 I I" *. $475.., sale! ,395

leading jo orange GladeThls Prof. lathers, covering about 20 "' > M g a.d .t.d I ,

although condtttoft young and many\i in fruit.of a most the This trees .and. The a large trees portion are in will good.begin condi-to I sameas: new.reg. $425 sale $329 I I" : ;' ; t'' '; :;' ;- $365..' sai r 3I I II ,
with L:
loaded green fruit next season '
iufflclent oUi'for Date evidence county that are' the Going Mr. fi.north V" Blackman we next saw A portion the grove.of: al I oewMahogay; ( /piano, regular $475. sale $360 One )Ik Upright,. regular $145.00-sale.$9 :dO


fnlt adapted Hlckson.. Tae; nest..f aDd to'growing." grove'.'_formerly_ .. .I* that citrus owned of'trees Mr.by !! grove and with growth.has the fruit.been trees' }planted have fe.n_y o.made about them a four phe-are :I ,:!.1 l ::._ n ,.'; r l:; ,$475.' sale'$382 One piano 'player' new, reg. $250 (sale j $195-

EdwfouNeUonV The trees are. Mr. Blackman also. has' 'quantity *- t
.of their condition age and and In covered a perfectly with trees (rough lemon stocks)"which Most. 0'th ; pianos can be purchased as low as S 10 cash;\-'5.00'moothyr"Mahg! ,t of thern'rdurhed fro'm"

growth.ful f /. h'-1 planted buided about and the a bus year'ago.are making These ; tourist rentals. Some slightly marred in handling, etc. j All first dass goods in rut: Sha '

The nest grove to the west Is fine and uniform'growth. : ,! guaranteed, no climatic excuses. Call and heaf11'*$'***' OftUli artists*sl ,g'J": ;fully
ed by Mr. Ferris and is making this a Opposite this grove Mr. Lewis Wag ''' I, ... ....._ .....:;:: .,. -.loo..... : ..

ly owned appearance therwest good by Is growth.Mr.;the of Hlckson.the old trees Belcher Adjoining in The place.this(' which-'his bearing, and another has gives at an made grove evidence early an about age.astonishing of coming.a,' year. '', THE VICTOR TAL V AC !I/NE/ '.

show careful attention and are Eas of this grove is 'a five-acre
other ingly-.large evidence;;for'trees of the of adaptability their age of citrus trees which. have been or your old; home favorites. These fachines may be bought Hor $5.00 cash1.00 weekly. Largest t
] about a year. Tae trees are ,
class both toil.of fruit and climate successfully.for growing I I fine condition and promise to come I sheet music In South Florida. 1 lOc per copy.Call and gee U3fTONED look over our stock: and-enjoy some good music
bearing at an early age. \I
Opposite this grove. with is a the fine East of this! grove Isa'Ilie-acre" I OPEN EVENINGS. : :: :: PIANOS 'STORED.RENTEDtAND EXCHANGED
Mr..J.LARobbios. of citrus trees whichhave been '

grove of for its this:owner of citrus section and trees of a good the that county.are\ the : fine, condition about a 'and year.early."promise-The,, trees to- come are BUSH AND SAFPORD P PIA' N O. ICO.

A'JUttle. farther west two' a small')Ir:,) The bearing place adolningMr..Biackman at an age. .1|
peace bs purchased the oiorth Is the property' of Mr, I
and beloajdng-Mr."Hegan O..a.lr..Ktn1, formerly of chief : ..-Geiger Here< he'formerly has ten'otXew acres planted Haven Miami, Florida.: Sole Florida Representatives, Steinway &' So"ps.c
nt.the. Hotel Royal Palm: :
dent
grove and on a portion of It,-plne I "31 -*.

chased sides these twenty gro1'eI1tr.acres of Makepeace raw .pine Last In full fall Mr.bearing'Gelger between, 'completed the it '2-. t ., ---, ..-_ __ __ 4---"" ,.__i._ ,_ ,_,'"
which" Is,hmrtng cleared an<
: moders".reaIJence
very roomy and I -
}flIJ"
planOn'"cftrns" trees 1 ad as soon as completed his:faailiyolned'hm'here. f$ : "" j .
-grovsilsuii fa,the\Wit!ef. '
of the best of ) 'Hlaptaeebhowsareful ;
h evidence
and Muytof w\theseUreel' will hold attention-and,promises .tothe 0 II .l II r.
next ,, 'I I ue'01 the show pIal:.'f In the Or nge' : (:
less fruit
or seaeonT dUtrictrt O i'bette his place'
Opposite this plicej.'r there t e'tome'.. '1 er.184.\the* home* ef 'Mr-? SZ ses. Close .
Mrs. King where are the house he has a few thrl.ty: cltue' ,
In citrus and tropical.fruit' 9 GreatWill SaleID
acres trees: Lnt' Mr: Sofia Is paying 'iOur Sqccess
an of which are In bearing.
Stifljreit.fTom.Mrs' Ktng'i'are'Lew'i:ore atte'it on'to'growing; ;pineapples 1
.which are being nd maniocs He-wiK;: aave-a" arge'r'p
erai,Bw places.
: !! .
prwred ana soon will have citrus ,pf,,nnj'ilnes.'fhlj j far ':; ? ?r a' ,
tba'fult'Anction
plmte4.on+them: .Mr. L E. Briggs president--
'' Company;; .New"Tmk;
Mr. J.'RiSawtelle Is the owner, '

small a making.gnpptZlofipineapples young a fine grove growth! ,and r'the Hei_1 trees>also,.'' re.as,that'one planted,nelf of the hborH'yj ln.."IIneat pineapples; 1;: it'na'seasrtaW'l S v'rt1 rei;;qh tracts aces rwili\, begin next week. May 30. It will be a stunner for prices. Keep [your eyes, .,

The plants : le4! a good crop'iMs

l tween large-size fafl, besr the ng aaU rows.' and.ne 'ther quality.apples",Ware.. ntlre.ten nd grapefruit acres tree Is'planted.v Son In orange Of,the ; J open and watch for our big ad that will appear {Tuesday afternoon. May 29th: }

,* the ) ''b.aboutra year o1 are th! largest
to
farther west

rus Bnowjt growth fA t little-!es.lhat and haw will fine are soon grore making be in of a b young'! ni"Going most, of west.>SewHIVt'n lhrlfty fronfTlfr.: we""liJtve, Conn.Gelger ever, has>,n.3ir.tunz teenl ttn I :. This is the way we will' sell a few things 'at our big Success. sale next week:

Mrs. Fisher also bai!at'e-l_ :: rrea!planted Jn citrus trees and ptneppleL J i "ifIJr.HIOUj'141:3Ji > | :
: 'The trees : but
are young
,
planted In citrus trees and .. .
re making a most promising; growth.heepineapple '
them are now' in bearing. plants are loaded with 1 Ji- ; ; fi1'.h l1> ..tiJ
The famous John Douglass Krippenldorf'L4dte
the best 1 rnlt 'of a goof quaii'r. Edwin.Clapp's6.00: and ;
Is perhaps
fruit. grove Jed The next,place to the west is also] I .
and ylel t
see* ,
'ever
ws dollars"the.have state, 1 of the Florida.acre than There any :!i : caned'"by'. New ,Haven planted''Conn la.c:1trDll;':genemat.Thia.tractIs -, i f 7.00 men's. fine shoes, forpair 90c' 3.Sb and 4 'dollar ShOeS'j''ZJ .5' C

the reed and pineapples the latter areDrered : .
than two acres In ,
tie and more It Is reported,that the>fruit with Irnlt 'of*.large size. {j .. ,..). .*. . . . . . .'pel" .-.._ .:".. .....-. .. ,'I
> this 'place a gentleman ot '
Opposite
Mr.-Douilas.$ a ,
brought
season,
I' \ I.
has tract.Ly
15.000.TUs' grove' Is'about 10 a twenty acre -
In the I tg on the rock road be has 2' 1.2ores ;;
old;being the -Irst planted '
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ange there Florida Glade Is that a single section.Is!as grov well*It.U known I Is the as& 1l"tL are.planned, making On'! the.in a grapefruit north most side satisfactory of trees his \i{1ract I 1 Railroad Overalls,. re u52.50 Royal Palm;j, Shirts \ .f-.Scrivsn'sj, i(Elastic; i Seam;

grove ior onaltrr. The and fruit Mr.is of Douglass.very be trees has, that 2 1.%are acres.making planted a,Ye1'11 torange ,I : price 75.cents, 'I' drawers, worth

;, market the wealthy for nearly classes reached all of his the a north.newer' 1'I Still. growth.president further.west of Rollins Pro:: W. F Black I 'c..ccess' Sale ril'O e''een: t !" 75c to ,$l. Success I lOc

Going west we COllt're.Wln-1 sale
tion which three or four years Park,-Fla., has a price . . price .
was a wilderness r but now has a I : acres are planted In citrus trees,. !f.
h acreage of citrus fruits and [ a portion In pineapples. This
of them being the. the belt pineapple field we have
plantsome
we have ever seen for.their age. i '.,seen. .The,Jrult"runs from 14
24 apples to the box and the plants
The next grove to the west Is
;, )It.. Baylis, which has been pl Ire the largest-and* most thrifty we '

about being thrifty a well condition:year.cared The and for.trees'give Opposite are In'a 'have liberal'ln ever One income'condition come'within acrocsJTTheTgrove and the. promises next two'<. Watch for our ad in the papers, MayBe 29th

fine young' grove .the property years q
lady who resides in New' Haven. 'i On our return homeward, we visited
- This brought us to a rock road the American Nut and Fruit Com.

ning we found north a,and most south.thrifty Turning young of pours this company plantation.was The 110 3rst acres purchase of land!> I l sure and read our circulars over carefully. Game ands. the
Later 40 purchased
was
the property of a Mrs Davis, and acres more

:, ..;. ly John finest:opposite Frobock.places'is In the This Orange'Ise of Glade 'la About a flourishing 70 in acres grapefruit condition.have trees already which The been balanCe are I prices in'our window. We are-going o loose a lot of money in this

tion.! Many of the trees. are In of the original purchase has been ,
: bearing and the'qualit, of the reserved for building sites and tropical
1s excellent From here we fruits. Only the best varieties cf
northward, crossing the Orange tropical fruits will be planted, all be- :1
rock road toward the Everglades. budded trees. The company has : Success SaleI"
first grove 1s that,of Mr. E. T. much money In clearing their t
ham,and we are safe In saying ground and .laying out rock roads
never a grove of Its age has through the property. From thi.
r more satisfactory\ growth In a place we returned home, much Lm
tion of the grove Mr. Graham has pressed with"Horace Greeley's wisdom
apples planted between the rows when he said "Young man go
trees, from which he is now West," as this fruitful and promising The Anthony
trees from which he Is now section is west from Miami. Rqmfh Company
r a large quantity o" red Spanish The whole drive was a continuoussurprise
The apples grow to Immense to us. In no case did we
sing from 14 to 24 apples to the see the marks of poverty,'but on theother
The next grove is that of,Mr. hand from the time we left the .
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