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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: June 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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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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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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An Anniversary Celebration is;/the Tiling Do All You Can to Make It a Iftg and Grand Succestf.L .


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CARPENTERS HAVE STRIKE SITUATIONS DASHED CARBoUC PREPARATIONS FOR



|f, BEEN LOCKED OUT ARE NOW QUIETING. I II AC DIN D HIS FACE THE i PIER. BUILDING\ [. .'




Everything Orderly at Cananea i Woman Contem plating, SnJdde, it is I

I By Building Trades Employers Mexico., and Better Conditions I 1 I II Said, Threw brae Onto Young Along Route of F. E. C. Ry.

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., Prevail in Ohio-Non Un- Man When. He Prevented Key West :

York CitySEYERALTIIOIISAND ion Men go to Work. I I Her Rash. Act. Going Rapidly Ahead, <

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EFFECTED Lot Angeles, June 6- Yseabel, of I Joe Conrad. Oil known young man
I Sonora and General Torres commanl7Ing I [LONG DOCK AT KNIGHTS KEY '
+ of ibis city h dangerously If not seriously
I the nothern zone of Mexico, hare !
united In a. signed statement to the I burned about the face and heal

-- Associated: Press In which they de, with carbolic actl dashed In his face f ,

dare that peace has been restored at yesterday afternoon by a woman.
Lock-out Will Continue Until the Cananea since last Monday, and that From what cam1be learned It appears Hearing Completion-Health of the
public tranqulllty Is Increasing, every + :
Striking Brooklyn Carpenters moment in the mining district They the woman whoresides on the northern Laborers Good!, 'Mosquitoes and '
also give a review of the occurrences I outskirts of, the city had threat
Abide By Arbitration and Return from June 2. cued to commit. suicide by hinting Insects Scme-nret Thousand

to Their Former Work. STRIKE 18-QUIETING I carbolic acid. Conrad was near Mea are Employed.
at hand and wai called la to prevent
IN OHIO MINES
-'-..::.. .. I I her from doing|'so. la als effort to

OOlo nlle. O.. June 6 The situation get the bottle y rom her she pulled

New Tort June 6- The Building at all points In the mining district I F. W. HAHN loose from him and with an oath of
At Plum Ran Preparations for beginning the concrete
Is quiet today.
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Trades Employers Association yesterday -' Take that, you] dashed the contents '
additional non-union miners went ui:: vial work of the F. E C. Railway
decided ,a lockout of the Brotherhood work. One company of the Fourth:' Candidate for County Clerk The of Injured the nSan Into was his brought face Into Key West extension .at j Knights and
of ear.nterl. beginning today. from Bi
Ohio here
Regiment arrived
the city and the burns were dressed Long key are rapidly culminating and
This effects twelve] thousand carpenters cyrus this morning and the Seventh I by Dr. SkaggsJ It Is believed his work on the Immense dock at Knight's
In the Metropolitan district Regiment Is expected to reach here 'I r eyesight can be]saved though he win Key In the vicinity of, which tile
thousands this afternoon. l;II| be disfigured otherwise. The woman most of the pier building win take
throw Into Idleness
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needed
Insa While more imps are not was arrested but afterwards released place 1* being rushed rapidly ahead.
other trades. here Is Intended to mobilize the
It 33 as It. was represented that the accident The gathering of material at thesepoints
The lockout'will continue until thestriking soldiers here and order them Intao To The Democratic Voters'of Dade Cog was not Intentional. Is going steadily( ahead. It be-
carpenters In Brooklyn return camp for a ten days outing. I jl tag carried both from here and Key
West, and within the nextfew weeks
to work.In accordance with the arbttraUon -
decision of ,Justices ''Gaynor.The .I wijui to extend to you my sincere appreciation for your most ISLAND CITY the actual construction| of the piers
to MANY WEDDINGS01'PROMINENGE! liberal support in the primary election-held May 15, in which I was a: aDd.brlJge. will be under way.
decision has been submitted
candidate gfor nomination to the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court. On the land track grading Is still being -
the local unions for a.: referendum vote pursued quite vigorously there
of approval which Is required'In ten : For this sdpoort I am profoundly grateful.A NEWS AND Nt( TES being a number of miles yet to be

days. second primary will be held June 12. and in it I stand for nomination graded and prepared fort) the laying of _

by A majority vote against one other candidate.. I feel that I the track. Six camps are> now being

EMPEROR-. WILLIAM" I am in eYe '!way qualified to fill the office I seek and believe yon will I maintained employed aggregating the total fore between of mm two "..

VISITS FANCIS JOSEPH five: me ttte same consideration in the second primary that was accord. MATERIAL ARRIVES j FOR NEW and three thousand. The majority of

WILL OCCUR IN THE_ UNITED f!? ed me in the fint.Apefeciating. them are white though several h.n-
GAMEWELLIFIRE '
henna. June 6= Emperor William STATES THAT OF MISS MAGEE fully your kindest feeling towards me. and thanking ALARM SYSTEM dred are negroes the! company ... :
icrnltlng this latter class of labor
-,,"arrived pre this morning on a visit +JjTO' you fogy that already demonstrated I am your truly, U. a.? RMY CELEBRATED I II 'I' rapidly as possible. as ',

to Emperor Francis Joseph, it'ho greeted BARON VON RIEOENAU THE I F.,T7. HAHN The general health of the men and
DECORATION DAY I'
him"at the- railroad station. His- MOST PROMINENT I sanitation of the camp are excellent
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welcome from the people was enthusiastic. I no among
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J AN IMMENSE RUSH ,AT THE LAUNCH WRECKED the white men the majority of them ,
I Metropolis Bureau baring become acclimated and very i
Plttsbnrg. June 6- Society In this little of any trouble among the negroes

TO, DISCUSS. FLOUR. BUSINESS city" Is greatly' Interested In the wet FlUE EMPIRE STOREHUNDREDS OCCUPANTS DRONEO i The material. and Key fixtures Weft June for 5-the who are not so conditioned..

ding of Miss Margaret Louise )Magee ''I I I Gamewell lire larm system have arrived Very few mosquitoes!; compared to
Annual Convention Operative Millers- .- a prominent society girl of this city''I i and been stored in the city mar what there were last [summer. are 1
-In SesslorTat l Memphis\ ket building. I The .work of erectingthe found at any of the camps, and these .
.... and..Baron> Francis Rledel, von. Rled- i f I plant will soon begin. The wires are only troublesome at night when
Counselor of the Austrian the men are folly supplied with nets
enau, lr: i are to be strudg on Iron rods extending 1 1I
Tenn.. June GThe eleventh OF PEOPLE TAKING NERO ,FOOTMAN. MASTER HOUSE.
ifemphls.. and screens to keep them out.
gallon,at Rome. II above the "boles In the streets so I
annual convention of the FraternIty '
of Operative Millers of America, The wedding which will take plateat ADVANTAGE OF THE MANY BAR BOAT VAGABONDIA EN ROUTE that there be no chance for the I All other conditions ;tare mach Improved I
> over those experienced last
alarm wilt come In contact with 1
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opened here today and more than five the house_of Mrs. Neale the mover GAINS OFFERED -GOOD SPEND- FROM MIAMI TO JACKSONVILLEMET the electric telephone wires. I summer when the work and conveniences :

Jtnndred delegates from all parts of of the bride promises to be one INDICATES Dr. Orpha C. Bruce, of Tampa were such as td be objectionable Y
f United Statea, Canada and Me-: ING I GOOD TIMES WATERY GRAVE AT ST. the :
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of the most brilliant social events :pf > worthy matron of the Eastern Star. to some but on whole the
; are In attendance. The.present I I at wrk there that 1
now the
men
.' ''convention ,the steadily growing the season. The best .man will be i AND PROSPERITY JOHNS BAR after a pleasant,! visit in the city has say
? keys are preferable w the mainland ;
returned to her home. I
orpnlzatto.'promises to be the most the Austrian Ambassador' Baron YoulengelmueUert I year. '
at this time of the A breeze
While here Dr. Bruce with the assistance -
Interesting and Important In Its his : Other attendants i I ot the Masonic frsterul11.IUcceeded blows nearly all the time, and helps ;

to Not : will be Baron. F. 'Haymerle .and MerjItz" la Enlisting the required lo make the atmosphere cooler and
onlyoperattn6 Killers are represented von Szenllvany< of the?Austrian,nlembauy The sal.'oelng conducted at the Em- ,Nero Footman a negro well known number of ladles to have an Eastern more pleasant than" Is i'generally sup {
id the convention, but there
are also jnany prominent representatives Baron Francis Rye'sad' Jno. pire Dry ,Goods ,Store Is::proving one here as captain of the -itMm house Chapter Instituted\ here. Wives and posed. l ;

: of Coordinate' branches of'th Magee, of Plttsbnrg. a brother of the of tbo greatest i events of the kind boat Tacmbondia, owned by W. J. daughters of Masons are eligible. MISSISSIPPI TOWN !i ::
Mellon of which makes Very little i-hanje Is reported In
and
Pittsburg
beldam Miami not only In the
milling I Industry, Including,agents formin bride. Miss Mabel Hume of ever WIPED OUT BY FIRE j
her Miami the condition I of Dr. Plnmmer. who
headquarter at tea--
producli.dcraln'elentor men'and quantity of the goods offered for sale eYet'JIOD. _
'WiOme of the big bakers of the country. Ington and Miss Genevleve Waif: hut In the number of .persons taking was drowned on. the St Johns has been critl tally 111 for the past New Orleans Jne I Ducthln.11. .-i
Pitts burg, will be the the same. bar last Friday night while carryinga week.
Many Important matters will come advantage Of ,I .. thousand
:\ a town of Inhabitants
one
for consideration among them are Miss Magee and Baron Rledel became The store In order to facilitate and large launch belonging to the Vaga- Lieut D. C, Webb civil engineer. J
ap destroyed ,
Improved convenience the public has been divided bondla from here to Jacksonville. Another -: has reported Jar duty at the naval was by lire this
for promoting the trade fA"WaihlDc1on.while
measures acquainted morning. More than [eight hundred
into1 apartments and certain man believed to be Footm.n'I'brother. station from ueague Island. He will
of '
methods of milling means the Baron was connected with the Austrian I ; also drowned. The take the yards and docks persons are homeless. The Ire burned
sale In each, with along was
placed on
of goods
the
reduction of
securing a rates Embassy during the Bpaal h. the Jacksonville Metropolis of yesterday charge so rapidly that the! entire population ;
aisle leading to same
transportation and other matters of centtsl
smOar nature. In connection with American war: ;He Is young good ,ID this manner customers can more I Lays of the accident: Mr. ] George Park and MissFlossle combined in an effort' to savingthe '
the convention'an exhibition of flours looking, comes from an old aristocratic readily find and buy the article or articles 'Nero Footman, who for yean has Alburj returned lastweek food supply. The postofflce was)
and grains Is held.:-- u family and _poweses .great they:leek. It also ails the cloii. been captain of the yacht Vagabondla. from an utenJeDded'llI1t to Manateeand destroyed with most of Its contents.YALe.OBSERVES
wealth. Miss Magee Is a daughter jOt ID their work. belonging toV. U Mellon, of other points} In Florida.
".__ ,_..-n "' .' ,7 the late "Chris".Magee. a,well known In ordeg to accommodate the mat Pittsburg Pa., and a companion;I I Miss Rosaltf( Booker has returned

THE MEMORY: OFSIRJOHN : political leader.of Pennsylvania !lilt| the selling force of establishment thought to be his brother, while bringing home from Jacksonville, where she I
is reported that the dot of Miss Pages has been gore than doubled and still 'a launch from' Miami .to Jacksonvllle was the Col. and Mrs. Sackettfor CORN[:ILLe DAY
I : HONORED reaches the handsome sum of 100,000 the demand; for service had hardly and towing another launch. In a zuestt! Mies Bocker has Just
and was-paid by, Mrs. CLL Mag e, been metA Yesterday afternoon and which was one man Press White, : urse In stenography I

wife of the late Senator Magee I .f on several) 'afternoons previous the an trace of Footman's, arrived off and typewriting at DeLand, and has
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tore wait crowoled with Interested the south Jetty about 8 o'clock Friday accepted a position with the Havana-
!1 Brlggs-Hobart J .hoppers.? Dd all were good,and liberal night: It being too dark to ascertain American CIgir: Co.. at their new.trust New Haven Conn.. June 6- !Yale
4ktngston.. Ont June 6- Today la Auburn Me.: June 6- Miss Caroline the factory th. road.
: spenders, availing themselves of proper entrance, they attempted on county University will today} celebrate the
the fifteenth anniversary of the death Frje Brtggs. daughter of Mr.and Mrs. !tbeman, !articles. offered at bargain to cross the Jetty, when the Mr. Chas Senders, formerly a clerkat three hundredth anniversary of the
of Sir John A. MacDonald. P. C. C.M. Frank H. Briggs and granddaugh :er prices.< f launch with the two men struck I Wta. Curr '. Sons has been promoted birth of Pierre Corncllle. the great
GjCanadaa Grand Old Man and all over ot? United States Senator'William P. 'The'paijonaP this sale Is receiving heavily and began to fill. to assistant bookkeeper succeeding French dramatist. the celebration
the Dominion;his 'memory Is honored Frye.c: will be married at>the home[01 peaks mere than 'words that money 'Seeing' they were sinking and would I I :Mr. has. Curtis. will be held under the aURpltel of the
:;toJsv by everyone without distinction her parent this afternoon Garret aDd prosperity abound In Miami drag the other launch down. Foot.man Decoration fay here was celebrated Yale Modern I.Language Club and the
or party lines. A number A.j Hobart son of the late Vice-Pnal- cut It loose and a huge wave with appropriate ceremonies. At 8 French Ambassador In Washington

of-prominent Conservatives drove to dent, Hobart of Patterson i Many Immediate! families l Immediately swept It away The a; m. the officers and enlisted men at :M. Jusserand has consented to preside -
membersot
-Cataragnl Cewet.ry'thlsmarning. and prominent Washington and New T rk .the launch with Footman: and his companion the naval station formed in line at at the .crlebratloa. One of the
decorated the<ceremony were presentCampbellMa I: ;i went down and both men were the foot of Carollne: street: and marched Interesting -features or.the celebration
statesman. Several addresses were which will be .- drowned. White to the rid' cemetery to decoratethe
performed b1the, was tossed about will be the production of "Le Cld." .
delivered. In which a touching tribute Rev..F. A. Dtllinsham.. of Bridgeport, P I[ for several; hours, trying to find the graves of|heir departed comrades. Cornell.'* ma"f'rpl.ctby the Talu
was paid to the memory' of the great Con a., an uncle of the bride. ', :;4Hcs (/ EHzabeJh. N.'J-. June 6- Miss "Ag men, but could not as the sea was The decorate .a of flowers and flags French Club In hail this eve-
leader.who)! Is considered, one lot|| the > Emma Frye Whlte..ofLeTI. Des Campbell:! of this city and United very rough so he ran around the end I were beautif ning. Woos4y!
greatest men, Canada has ever I pro ton. another granddaughter of Senator States Consul Alfred K. Moe. of Dub- I of the Jetty and came In the end of Cheat Boat ain Hudson called the -.
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duced. Memorial meetings will be Frye, will be maid of honor. The lie, will]!!be married this afternoon the ,river and anchored until daylight, I I roll of abse ees and Captain Bether -

held today. In nearly every city In thw bridesmaids will! be Mlrs Sarah E.b l. .t the house of the brides mo'.her..Ua..1 when I the pilot boat Meta went to his.| delivered] an appropriate address BUSINESS OF U. S. j I ISUPREME
Dominion. Dan. of Schuyler: N. B r Miss J.I, E. mediately:after,the wedding the young assistance and took him to Mayport :!liD' keeping tqlth the occasion Three<< COURT
,," Wheeler of Yonkers; Miss Eleano K. couple wQl start on a wedding trip of I'I So far there Is no trace of tae men or''!!volle>s were red over the graves and II

;- OIL MILL SUPERINTENDENTS' Sowers, of Washington, and' Miss a month|| I'pon the expiration of his any wreckage I I taps sounds At the garrison cemetery -Transacted During Pot I Yew-A New
' IN SESSION Clover Bolt, of New York'' City. The furlough; Mr. Moe and his wife will the otB era and men decorated
--4: best man will be Mr.'Hobart'Tuttlej, of go; to Dtiblln. where he will resume GEORGE E. CHAMBERLAIN ,I'[ the graces *" ih flags At 12 o'clock Record Mad I
"j" Dallas Tex. June 6- Between three Patterson uncle of the his dulled as American Consul. I GOVERNOR OF OREGON a national of 21 runs were fired.
L and {four hundred superintendents of Mr, and )lrs.- Hobart will briderroom'l! sB Tbe hand > a dirge and several W. hnK'on.! Jane 4A| review of

cotton seed oil mills from all parts of honeymoon In Europe and Herrick I C f 1 Portland Ore. June 6- George E. i i national i safte airs thesinees of the Sapreme Court ot
o' the country are In, attendance at the return will reside In Patterson.BrennanWashington iI'i St. iaCkwen- 6- Miss Agnes Chamberlain. Democrat has been reelected I The of P and I. O. 0 F the I'nlted State fop the term Just
annual convention of their natlonat I Black1l"p of Mr. and Mrs. governor of Oregon; by a majority lodges the Inland City Cor- ended shows 43 eases disposed of.
organization which opened here today : A. M. Btackwell, of this city and Par- of not less than one thousand net Band to the city ceme-: slxt;'!' ODe more than In the last pri .
There are In all about 710 cotton seed New York. June 6- On account of malee H rrick! son of ex Governor M. :: votes, though! it will probably b. ,;'terr In the fternoon and held their i I vloijs term. j

oil mills In operation In this country the death, of Mr. Lewis Washing. on, T. Herr k. of| Ohio will be married tuenty-Dve hundred or more over Dr. |i I decoration a rvlees. Four hundred sad filehtyeUht! : : cases
and alarge majority of them are rep. father: of Mr. William Lanier Washing at Roflngfrr Memorial Chapel this evening I James WytTiroombe R"pnblic olla nomInee Reverend Ir. Spencer, dean of the w,'.r.iddJ during the term and 30kif .
resented In' the national organization ton" the wedding of Miss May Dn Corrall Dais to performthe for the office! Jonathan Bowne.Jr. i Cathedral of Orlando arrived In Key .- "a1 on the For the first
of the sueprintendents. An Interesting Brennan and young }Ir. DffiC4 cer fron1. It will be a brilliant Republican, received a popular !! West, Fridoiette. evening on the Oliv- tlorla ,,-dOCkPk the court
program_ has been prepared for was very quietly celebrated ( affair 'rid many society nomination for felted S'ate Senator i! He I a guest of the Hotel rf'.ches cam-s Iar call with

the meetingife. Church of, the Incarnation: today. Only ,people >Iii've arrived, prominent by a majority of five thousand ':' Jefferson. eleven months of fltlng*


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Six Montb.... .. .' .. .. 250 OneWeek..b .10 I
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unfortunate and ignorant nefero' had f hony-Rpmfh .
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sinned. It is to be hoped the frightful I
Justice meted him will I/Jjbe/ the :

means of eliminating or Deducing I Our store\was more than crowded many times during last week 4; and as'
:June 6 In BletorvmXathaa ( crime In this county and section.

ta York Coventry.city Hale.Sept.ec.martyr:B...TTH.: executed of liberty in N born.w POSSIBLE, CANDIDATES a FOR!tf I we stiil have quite a'few of the bargain goods advertised, we \v\\\\\\ .consek. '


UU-JanM wn on tb. "Don't CheeapeaUI Lawrence gin .up naval the hli hip.officer last" word died GUBERNATORIAL BONO,. I tinue to sell them through this entire w In many instances where ...

Lao-Bemarkabl..aval battle In the KtoUatppl The Tallahassee True Democrat has
at Memphis; the action was this to say of possible candidates for lines sold out 'land few have
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opened bywood mm and nnUndbr were badly just a remaining we cut prices
troncUdt oa UM Federal aid. gubernatorial honors: [It|) \ i

1I TbMdor.Bullock THars. JUMrican Ala. poet.born "The following list of names arc', I than to sell all this week while the
la died DaavOta.la Ky. 1S30.1 county O'Hara :fought; being talked of as possible candidates'! deeper ever so as sure. Buy now
ta the Mexican and Ova war. and his
Hons. Frank 1 Harris,
for Governor: j
"Th. Bivouac of J
beat known poem. I
the Dead." was written to oomm ra- of Ocala; ?. E. Broome ofl putney;J
orate the Kentucky. soldiers who f.fl ; Lakeland E.f.
Trammell, of
at' Buena ,VUta. Lint from this I Park M. : ; ..
poem art tnicrlbcd at the entrances ofany S. Crill. of Palatka; R.' Hudson Burr.) theSl1cces Saleison
of UM national eameurtea TIM I
of Little River; N. A. Blltcb.a Of Levy
following arc frequently quoted: l
Oa tan* eternal camping around County; Jefferson Browne, pf Key}
Their silent tents art spread. West; J. N. C. Stockton, .of Jacksonville '
with solemn round '
And dory siiards c
The bivouac of the dead. T. A. Jennings, of Pensacola; r .
O'Hans was burled beside the heroes ;W., J. Tucker of Fort Plercet! '! Frank. .
be had commemorated la word of unparalleled i Men's Suits Men's fine Pants
strength and beauty.mCrawa Adams, of.Jasper. .;'Cromwell JQIbbons I .
Prince Frederick William off' of Jacksonville; A. T.. 1CI1I4anie, of.
Prussia married to the Duchess Ceeflla : I.I
,of Meeklenbarc-achwerla. Fernandina; Robert W. Davis, of Men's fine $15 and $16 suits One
Tampa-and the harvest Is not yet reason for this less than cost price Men's fine Paragon pants, sold everywhere
4.95
ROOSEVELT There win be more to add to the is badly broken at 6.00 and 7,00. We have a big
we are
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Success .
to close
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THE JLUT.' tilt; If signs'do not fall'I I jjOf the in sizes. U we happen
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"bunch" however.tliere are more.than tohaveyoufsue.pnce._ M4.00.4.50andS.OOpantsinour.tore
,From hU tome In,,Ireland Richard one that would make Florida! a Governor A few $12 and $13 suits in black Pants that fit and wear and a guarantee $3.45It

Croker. once the Tammany boss, I* of the Simon-pnre stamp, and I and fancy weaves,somewhat as the back of every one sold. Price .

quoted as saying: "I think Roosevelt who would, as far u he could; correct I above, broken in sizes Q A AIn I.in' ,
3.50 and 4.00 in
U bound, to be renomloated and re +' case we can fit you $ .VII pants
the abuses of the recent severalreara.
elected.. .Hla- action show ha II Price..;-. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. blue serges, crashes,wool, homespun, $2.85
In Instlce to Mr. Jennings,tare will flannels, eta Success price. ........ .. .
In the than he A few suits hi small sizes. Unlimited
more ftcht ,today ever add that be is In noway connected
him oat of coatsworth to One line of odd hi freakish sizes. '
was Kothlnc can get with one W.' 8. J.. who uae'd'to be
It It opposition arises to him In the Governor nor Joel he look[and act I. i.

Republican party ,I lho ld, U I were a single' bit like him.: He Is JU1 right

at home favor hU nomination by the once went to school In Ta11 assee. -
I Ibe i
Democratic ,Rational' convention asj ." II
the situation stands too.,." I
pIt
Mr. Croker evidently puts little now looks as If Senator!f Reed $5. per pair formen's 2.50 and $3 men'sworkingshoe's.box EdwinClappShoes

faith In the solemn 'a'nd emphatic Smoot will have to walk a plank.: He '

declaration' of the President made oa has been In' the balance a long Ume. j Diamond Edwin GDP 6 Nand 7...shoes for mea:
the. ,evening of November 8, 1904 -p It ;I who want quality and styli ,We hare
Brand Shoes calf vici kid 1 etc. '
when he said:"Under no drcnmstane- If that tenth anniversary [MOf the t about 4t pair mostly Barrow: widths

es will I be a candidate for or accept birth. of Miami celebration ijPllaaed 4 AU are made on- scientific principals and Our and goods of IMS design. I In order toclose
success theaeout have put
another nomination." Be repeated that for July 25th. materializes as now are great for wear aa we are "2 35 r.J we 495
than overstocked them oa the bargain counter.. _
declaration In Chicago months after planned. It will be a whopper, I more price

wards. No,President, ,the United -o'l}, 3.M and CoM Walk-Over and SSJfc SSlSSS 1SI'. All 14 styles In Edwin Clapp S4.M and
States could afford! to make such a ODe week from yesterday or more Big line on our bargain conn $1 9 0 7.H shoes being our new and 5 35
statement 'and then repudiate It by: definitely speaking one- week", rom, today ter to close at......... ....,.2.90 latest design. Success price..

word or action.. I the result of the second primary r
It Is beyond recall and binds Mr. will be known and all but the shout 1Kiippendorf

Roosevelt 'as effectively! as If- It were ing wlHJsje over. }{II'II'o Ladies Shoes Our Great Success has fmade this Children shoes and oxfords
a constitutional provision.
Deadwood Dick Is dead.j I was I sale possible. No old stock or
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Will last these Such Black Cat Bostonlon
long at and LinesI
not prices as
o. the of novel hero .
I 1 original alum who back styles in these lots. We'vesimply

THE CONFESSION was a great favorite with'thej l youngsters I 3.5 shoes for .......................2.M too on hand for a LIS and 1J5 shoe for...... -........ .9SM
OF:A MURDERER. of twenty-five or thirty years ago. 3.N shoes for..... ..... ...........2..* many \ and LM shoes for.....,..... ..143L7S
According to the yellow backs"' Dick 2.M shoes for. .. ..0..1.5 summer time and have ust, lOtto and 2.N shoes for.....4.. ..... 1.43

The confession' of Edward Brown on Deadeye ,was a plumb pUn[person, 2.M shoes for ..........................1... put prices low to close them out Infant's 2Sc moccasins for. J.( ....!... ..15I
the.gallows yesterday to the murder
who performed wonderful things withknife I .
of,Mrs.,Suns, removed all doubt aa t --
and gun and mouth and muscle.He .
to his guilt or Innocence, and proves '
!
correct the conclusion of the authorities died In Denver a few day* ago Trunks andSuit We making it If you ,are half way
where he made a living peddling chew- I' are very easy
and Jury he arts the right party. thinking of buying.
'
Ing gum and,candy which hen carried Gases.at
for shirtsA
There were many.In the county disapproving !In a shoe box. t you to buy anything in our line

of executions on .circumstantial ---0-- .. teafM- ta stock U a sWdssiaf few of the circulars will] offer 2.50 Royal buy now while theGreat
evidence and who through the Some of our contemporaries are sot sals wkOs HMevYerk
Palm shirts for 80c. Bros for 90c etc
'. protestations, City, they an SMTS tan cheap at Young ts
continued of Innocence bectinse
negro poking, fun at John D. his
1 the SUCCBS, TOOT a.w sCefH ilt !
.J entertained a strong doubt. personal writings are not grammatical J i

to his guilt.Had he gone to,his deathwith ly correct either la wnstrualon, or fttJI trnks sad salt casts..... Z
$11H Iraki tad nttcasts..fUSlUttrtaks
j
that declaration still on Us lips spelling: We unfortunately enjoy no 4, ; sad salt casts..$UfLM .
this doubt would have been Increasedand correspondence with Mr. Rockefellerand trades ale ttClMS..fIJS f .
to tut rub sad nII cs es..P-. .,.
ever mdntalneJ.i are therefore unfitted be one 11 1
gJHraaki' u4 tuttcuti.Llasms
"Why many murderers have declared of the judges but we know this much.If r r Success

their'Innocence of'crime to the very he will Just transfer a pOe of a'million Daytsa BsHnU;

last moment and then admitted the or two of his 'rocks" to our bank j' iaM.wria IN ...... .45' r
deed has long been an unsolved mysv account we will promise our'I friends ; hi.L Stttssa u6 Ills J 2CLM
.! ts< ill tsit tats at..T.J JYeaif Saleis
tery unless It be that they hung to never to write another personal let '
Bras. ctlebraMUtaadiaaatsiW.
the slender hope that something would ter.so long"ace we.live. We will be ... 2.85 ; '
transpire before the enl ,to save or too busy painting this old world a ruj- Scrtvea's DastkS asi irtw- .6Oc1Wrisd I
prolong their life. Brown's, case was 41 red to have tIme for such ,foollll1.aelL : tn.wna We at.... ..
one of the most perplexing on record.After JOlt let him comet u. If he Owrtnt, wsrtk TJe
at......... .........60c on. Cash:and cash
having declared his peace with dont believe the .correetne : of this I,. ItJal hIlI MdMtaaalWBtJwttcUlkHlli) u LH ia4 US salrtt tataa

God and a few minutes before leaving ItatemenL We will cite hi Came worth lic Cnrot at.Suspenders. ... .....,.40c surts. bIDS far shirts aa< fnr Mss waits,calsrW tOictsjtc. only goes, at the
I Oem < tit atttaa sad raJa Sock as IcDpst.CJuttt.
as war. teytl
,
its Ja3 fyf tie esFowf be ?r rte 3Us
Postmaster ,Robbed Swsepinf reduction la boys clotb- nn II clou rot 1M JrtIla lit 1 4A aa4..)tI1Ic. Our Qfr Above
Innocence of the crimejret direct I i lag(putts and many lines not la *< at. . 195 Success salt.... 1.6 V sncctssprkt. .7Uv rnces
ly afterward ,admitted the murder.I i G. W Fonts postmaster 'It Rivers t

He''I.was an Ignorant negro but knew i I r to.n IL. nearly lost his life-'jaDd was
he" must- lie. because no effort was!I robbed of m*+ comfort according to
l his letter which of Jaundice that
being made to save him. The lie wason sari
even my finger nails tune
yellow; The
his HP and ,heart and It was a'', when my doctor prescribed] Electric
battle with the'Inner man to deter'Bitters; which cured me and have AnthonybRomfhco.228yTwelftlt .

mine,whether to die_that war or tell I kept me well for eleven years.'" Sure
the truth.' cure for biliousness neuralg a. weak
ness and all stomach, live Kidney
The Innocent has been avenged, the I and bladder derangements. ; A each

law:vindicated, lad'- terrible lesson derful tonic. At all drill It reL 5Oe.i -

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I DAMES DAUGHTERS.

: "-. ..J.JI I Miss Grace Barstow of San Joes'I iS [REWARD. i iII '

I CaL is the only woman violin maker While other Dealers talk Pri e'
: In the United States. I
A Studious Mrs. Tlngley. president of the Raja '. .

I Yogi school In California and a ilmllar ,; 1 II Far back brlpnaLl past when Europe Quality
lathe talk
school In Santiago. Cuba will establish we and the Price
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Pitcher I another school at Pluar del Oio. % hmpose1 jbf petty kingdoms Jean i iI
I 'f.etenullt. a country lout, drove bU! J
, La Belle Otero the famous continental -. I
male Into .lhe of his
dancer takes no chances of loci cart capital con
through the twisting of an ankle u try loaded wjth cabbage He daliareely
'
j jHorvoro
each of her feet Is Insured for 10000. tuasc J the wan before be ni>-

&- Star Showing One of the largest ranch owners In ticed flags flying from the houses.
southern Texas Is Mrs. Kennedy. Her Crowds In the.*streets and every appearance -
Great Improvement ranch formerly stretched over several of a -holiday.tjWhat .
counties but It has since been divided. t! U .going oar asked Jean.
This Year With New In the opinion of some stockmen Mrs. 'gaping. ftj ,

Kennedy' U the"best stocked ranch In I j "What la going on. stupid! Why, do
York Americans-May. Tens :, yon not know that the queen comes of
Mrs. Sophia Bennet of Guilford Cen age today jgj 1I 1
Success I A Man
One Day Equal : ter.le.. ls one of the smart old ladles. || queen' tomes' of age? What are 'UALITY ,\ I
I and be- : *
She Is elghtnlne'rears old r--ne: tojuoT
/His Famous Brother. i, sides washing the dishes making the ''I|| receive congratulation aid

j I beds and doing the mending for five i presents and enters upon directing tF.government" 1
Walter Clarkson.. one of the staff of; the winter she bas Sjj
In the family put :
young pitcher that the New York made six large rugs mostly braided. ::jj 8t'utsrq May forgetwhathe paid

'good American work this an season depending and who on graduated to' d*-I.I the The world champion Is lilac woman Minnie pedestrian Letts, an of ;I'li|a|I"I'n present, you for fool berg, present Have yon is I OUR for his clothes, but he'll

Tard.from Is one the of college the most r.1I1 field painstaking at liar!I KuFrUnbwoman, who gives exhibition 'i I "Why. no" ,:Jean replied' musingly. forget how they "
< hunless
of her walking powers on a revolving she gftrould accept my cab
track. She walked from Birmingham I, bages." $j how
to Coventry not long ago and coveredthe "The very thing," replied the Inform. i {t', IALTYnever theyfitted

Wr seventeenth mile of the way In less ant "Her majesty U very fond of P E I S how they wore. 1 1I
than nine minutes. I i them.: I wonltt; advise you to offer them i
One'of'the best known New York by all means," clothingsaves
I
actresses Miss Blanche Bates, has I I Jean whipped up his mule and as
turned farmer a* a relief from the soon as be halt gone there came a burstof I a man paying made-to-order
nervous strain of theatrical work. She laughter ffbui those who bad beard :

r owns seventy-seven acres of land several 'the con.enatpn.! but Jean not heating prices and the unpleasant feeling 'j
cows seven dogs, a number of ;'It drove to the palace bent on laying, / !
horse and quite an army of chicken his present at the queen's feet :Many cf wearing the ordinary ready- ade
She live among them and make them loungers were: there, and be said to ana : j
I her Mend and travel sixty mile a of them: j l Yes ire will be ready to convince "
,
wish See the .
day to and from the theater. "I to ( queen.

,there."Oh" you fdo p Well go. right in you any day. Our $10 to 1 15.00 :

COLLEGE AND SCHOOL. I bages."1 am Wlll'you going to watch offer her them these for cab me suits are up-to-date and well tailored 1


the Professor chair of Frank philosophy Thllly at who Princeton bold while"Certalnlr.g I am tuner Here comrades. This in every respect. : See them '

university will to Cornell as a fan
go fellow baa brought a load of cabbage I )
professor In the Sage School of Philosophy for the quee""
next fall.
:Jean left Ills cabbage with them
Dr. Henry H. Convene of the mathematics and going (o the door. Joined with
department of the Polytechnic magnate who were going In to congratulate ;:
institute Baltimore has resigned from bet? majesty and so dense .
that Institution and accepted a position "was the crowd that be was not noticed
in" Paris and Elklns college In by the attendant One In he was .

W..t1rIinIL suffered to go on with the rest and MOD ;
The public school authorities of Co- found himself\ In a line near the throne. .
j v lumber Ga. ordered all teachers to When It cams his turn to speak to the '!
I J r bold special exercise on the Confederate queen sue drew back In surprise."I R W. R'b"d" ;
Memorial day,June 3,and on the have cokme." said Jean. "to congratulate ;
.. birthday of Lee and Davis and to explain your majesty, and bar

1i their meaning j, brought my!present load of cab 4DMen's : '

The trustee of Columbia university bages." j$ j .
have nominated and the Prussian minIstry The attendants, seeing somethingwas
of education has confirmed Presi. wrong pressed forward to remove -
tI t dent'Arthur T. Hadley of Tale nnlver;, the countryman but the queen Outfitter :
'
slty to be Roosevelt professor of American would not permit She asked Jean ;
history aDd Institutions In the where his gilt was and directed that It '
University of Berlin for the academic be brought into the palace; then giving :
year 100746. lean her bald to kiss.she ordered that 322 Twelfth'StreetMiami I Florida i t
he be conducted to the door. There be
found his guard whose laughter was P ..
SCIENCE SIFTINGS.I' J
> I astonishment
turned to at seeing an
j:! U j r P.JI v t
official of the palace conduct Jean and ,.
,. ;
I:7 'WAI.TCX ct.I.lJtSOJL"" '" 4- The high cirrus clouds'ire beller e :
his cart to the royal kitchen. "" ------ -- ------------ -
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the to be formed of snowflakea. | i ::
and conscientious men In game. Tea years: passed. TIle queen wa .
Of excellent habits, a bard student of It the. atmosphere did not warm the at war. and-the marshal In commandof .
the science of baseball and an earnest earth like a blanket the temperatnri 'I 1ft' t 1} '
lifr forces was driving everything
It would that If anybody everywhere would be 300 degrees I
worker. seem
b 'ore him:j; In his army wa a general -
'could woo success from It* hiding place low sera.A J I who had risen from the ranks.
be should be the fortunate man. little Belgian girl who Is not Having a genius for war he had risen The Fort Dallas-National: ,Bank
It Is the.general opinion of expert I fifteen years old ha patented a turntable rapidly and!;; now commanded one of "
baseball men that be possesses all the that will enable vehicle that are the wings f>t the army. One day be '
qualifications that go to make a successful moved mechanically or by animatorce was mlsslzi; from his command. He I
pitcher. He ha speed, control to reverse their direction withoutactually had gone secretly to the capital and solicited
change: of pace 'and puzzling shoot turning., j lIThe II| an Audience with the queen. 6774
These are the qualities that made hi .
highest kite ascent wa lately which wasjbimedlately; granted.
brother John Clarkson. so famous In made at Undenberg Prussia 21.100 "What general can be the meaning I j
tbe world of baseball"and there appear reached with six attached
feet being of your return from the front at sucha
to be no good reason why Walter kite and 10,000 yard of wire. The timer afted the queen In surprise.
should not chine also with a proportion temperature fell from 41 degree at* "'Cerfalnl1 ithe marshal need your l Flbrida'I
of, the brilliancy of.the man who dido the surface to 13 degree: below zero. srvlcee.' United States Depository. f:::: Depository State of
much to help Chicago win pennant Tb,wind, eighteen mile at the surface "I have come to warn your majesty
It cannot be denied that the younger wa fifty-six miles an hour at of danger.3 : I i
Clarkson has not a* yet riveted his the highest.pointCURRENT -augeri| What danger flaw not I .
ClalmN to; a' premier' position In the
my armlet been successful everywhere
baseball eommaulOaltloqh bo has. COMMENT. r i g ;

-don*some be t*work rounding-this to season the form that Indicate that The Panama canal discussion continue '"Too baa successful turned our, your leader'majesty.bead. Success He- I Report of condition on\ April 6th. 1906. as reported to i

wm entitle him to be considered u m to develop personalities and tocb- proposes uj march back to the capital the of the Gondensed
Comptroller Gurreocy
the first raokt the pltcbing.beiiptde.Se ; selxe the treasury enrich hi* general, I
-* ba *bowB"itaoJxcM that;. be elantlea.Waabington Star j >f |II| his !
." Beaconand'wUckCLAXUOH *..Beating the Greek at their own give to tb =men plentifully depose s I
'lacked mill'first '
sovereign |(nd put himself In her place. <
game seems to be an easy propositionfor
The queen paled; then suddenly recovering .
the Yankee.Albany PressKnickerbocker '
her confidence she said an- i
J Resources .
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'I grily. ""GIft me proof of this or march
TIle trustee of the Metropolitan Mn-, ,
way from the palace to your execu- .
..... seam of Art say that the museum must .:
grow smaller before It can grow larger tion.'The general n produced' a paper signed Loans and discounts. . . . . . . ...........$422,070,60
-that I* to say. the rubbish must by,the marshal which bad been sent }
first be thrown oat Good!-Bocbecter him for his signature. It stipulated Overdrafts, secured.-.18,747.7t* I

Foat-Kxpre:. turbulent jj that for bis support of the Intended U. S. Bonds, and premium.....................:........ 71,000.06
ha through
France passed many movement be was to receive a fortune I

experiences, and the ability,,to Tbe' queen well knew the marshal's Other stocks and Bonds.- . . .. .. .. ... 41,000.00
cope with the force of disorder ha signature |nd sank down overcome. .

been'more-elrect1vel1 displayed by the "Who will save mer she cried."I Banking House ... .. .. . .. :. . . ..:.... .. 50,000.00 _
5f republic than by any other form of will.*said the general "Give me .
{ 1 government that has been. trtaL"-"Bal- the command of your troop and I Due from banks and U. S. 'reasurer ,. ... .. .:... 74,657.92)

i .M tlmoreNewa.Uf. . S. I' will bold them to their duty. Cash in vault .. ..! .. . . ..... ; :.L.: : .. ... .....;.... .....'. 47,758.83 I .
"Can your .
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TRAIN AND TRACK.Germany "I am sere of It" .
"And why have you alone stood by i $725,235.13

:: :'now; ha .S&594 miles'[of Her $$ ,I
broad gauge railway line { t I I "Do yooY remember the day you came I -
liabilities
A,bill baa been Introduced by seven. of ape;: and bow countryman Ignorant J
lof hays brought you a load of ,
British parliament to royal
member of the ,
,I cabbages'for a presentr
.1 .
abollah tickets timeRmlte, on railway passenger |1/| -I do.| Capital.-. .. ::.. .. /. . .. .. .:.,...... .... .. .$100,000.00<> '
'I I "And yQur majesty Instead of turning
i 'The average pay on British railroads.general'manager him over to be flogged accepted Surplus and undivided profits.. . .. .:..;... ...... ... | 6766.67
Including everybody from his and permitted him to kiss I
present '
.... i to switchmen I* only $244 a,j I royal band?** National Bank Notes. ... .. . . .. .... ... ..;. . .52,000OQDEPOSITS '
your
'I
HI while the"average compensation:
e s of year the American'railroad; 'employee] Is],,I I "I 2am do.1iI tjist peasant I will save JOur . . ... . . .. .. ..: .. ... ...... 566468.46 .

9613 a year' In Germany the average,j, thrtSe for you"The I .
Is less than $200.( In France It I* alit, 'I' queen quickly called for pen 11141paper $725,235.13

tie more. and In a moment General Teter- i

;. '. '1 I :.: tit was, appointed commander of all I I 't
II BASE HITS; her force As she banded him tbepaper I

I i std said: '
I Bube Waddell Is apparently In great "If yon,are faithful and succeed your The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers :old and new-

arras. ttxLrrana a1a I I form. : Xrw j II IIIt ) l I reward Tardgn shall me be"-your majesty, I prefer favor consistent with sound bankin ideas, and every accomodation in 1keeping
the
cost fully 10.0UO to equip
resulted In his being relegated to Ik* London (Connj grounds. ,,1 I! to fix mys own reward." with their balances and financial stan ling. .
minor for the latter part of lasts aea-; pitching I I A few months later General Teter-
Man" McGlnnlty I*.
eon. and be has added a slow ban to, "Iron ault rode Into the capital at the head
,;.. bis collection of puzzler that If persisted very good ball this season. ,J I I Of a victorious and loyal army Allzht-
in should make him a very bard Plttsburg secured Clyde Robiniou, lag at UJe palace be was received by I
to btt.Taken the diminutive lufielder.tor $1.000.1 1 i i his sovereign."Tourireward..
Bum I
altogether Walter Clarkson First Baseman! Joe Xealon' beet already peneralT" she asked I II j 1 Wm. M. Growl President Geo. RjGomph.CashierClarkson ;
has excellent prospects of making a made himself mild In after heft conernrulatlons. j I ,
thatrhis
roccess of his profession and be win Patty Donovan Mill Insists ] ThatJlil may once mor kiss y')urmajesty's I I
have the best wishes of an enthuslait. Colts will yet make the Brooklyn root- j j I ; ham" I I
of the game. I pry sit up end take! notlee.e : FLORENCE ETHEL CROSBY.

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DEPOSITORY Town Topics.
STATE DEPOSITORY CITY ''III Ii J WELLS & GRAVESAre i iI

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II I I Icust Abate Nuisance.- ';. A fcOoctlDS scrape in wblcb a woman I prepared to execute j i iI

THE IIF i iFIRST II IIf I Municipal {Judge James T. Sanders. named Gray and a man earned I order in their :
today instruct the"police that the Stafford figured Is reported to have I .,
I iltfgustlnj habit of leaving and) stopping occurred this morning between 5 and I I I J JI
NATIONAL BANK I teams and vehicles across tho 0 o' clock In North Miami the man receiving -
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f street crossings, most be broken up a pistol ball wound in his face. I Millinery Department ;
hen at the cost of arrest and pun's'tiriu'nt The authorities know very little of
t-T law. The Judge admits the tae occurrence, except that it was :

: MIAMI.. FLORIDA ofrense has become a nuisance andssys repined: to them that the man cha '- Designers of the latest Summer sttle, hats ;
the time has coma when! U must' 1 tilled the woman last night and attempted I ot'i '
if4 stopped to repeat the punishment this :
i
t i ,, irornlng She objected and with a Ladies Tailoring Department j
three shots at him.
j I.Brassier want to Hat your property rexoUcr fired one s sFor
Capital : : : $50.000 ; of which. It Is said, made a lieu
f i wound above the eye while another fctreet. carriage and evening coitume.
: $ 500 ne Pineapple Grove. | report has It that he was struck in waists tailor gown and coat 'J.
Prof if J3 lMr. T. V. Moore, who probably owns
i Surplus and s I the neck. No compallnt baa been ,I 0
tlje largest and finest plneapplo grovel made either and no arrest .
by party I II 232 Twelfth Street. Miami :
this part of the'county, has 'already ;
o .
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f assets;:over : : $500.000E. 'I shipped seen car load? of pines I i effected. t

,,' from It and before the week is cut I .-
Matchless Cigar Lighter II III
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*lll hare snipped ten or more cars. J
i You will\ have to see It to appreciate
The pines are of the very fines variety
It. That is the secret in a nutshell '
i M. BRELSFORD. President and are bringing fancy pricesthe ,
EDWIN A. WADDELL. Vice-President l grove Is located at Buena Vista |' of the matchless cigar lighter for
'::. W. H. SPITZER. Vice-President two miles above Miami. which Maynard A: Son. the well bo..n'jewelers
': EDWARD C. ROMFH. C shier. and opticians, are agents.
Iif The little 'rick Is about the size of Offers
SHave you registered for summer Ithe' ordinary match box. but It does Special !
I Rrm.at Miami Conservatory of the I
4 i{ work of many hundred such boxes
f Slavic? 1 At the opening on the top Is a fusewhich
< I -- i i ignites automatically. It does
Another
': Per centPa1d onlsavlnp.com oundedJQuarterly. and we reQuire Lumber Raft.Messera. : not produce a flame but a coal and :
f- ., no notice of Intentlor&o withdraw itThe Brickell Brothers anJ :1 's therefore Immune to extinction by I ,
; Dart or all of your deposit' ,It II i Others Interested In the sailing of the i> wind. The lighter Is an artistic lit)] hf r

1r. targo of lumber from the bark Zion ,''lie Instruments and Is Just the! thing |
Wrecked onl the reef off Fort Lauderdale I[ for street use or boating;;, or any other I I
r .1 I << a year or more ago hare arrived : place! were the wind will blow out the ,i iI For the week ending June 9th-
( with' another raft of the mater- .I best two of every three ordinary: j jc'
1 I i Sport Is Bald that the hull contains' matches you strike before you have I I
aim lighted your cigar or cigarette. Thelighters I ,
1 about j J 150.000 to 0 ZOO 000 feet ol :
,'. "'; lumber, and unless the hull Is washed', with one dozen fuses! are sold |i
'.: 'R''I'I M pieces all of It will be ultimately for the nominal price of 75 centj each. Men's ':
,JveJ- I It has to be seen to be appreciated White Lawn Waists $ I 25 ggShirts, 50

: -. and Maynard &: Son will take a delight j worth 1.75, at . s worth 75c, ;at...:. ',0" G
In showing and telling you aU about 0
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r. --.- i HOMIER, will eofleet ywr rwrtamprovlng lu i t Waists
I White Lawn
RO i $2 fi 0 Men's Negligee f I

:. '-'\ r'i { : Residence worth 2.50, atBrilllantlne . s Shirts, 'worth 1 25, at..


.: WJ .... _' '" f3|The residence of Dr. J. H. F. Mullett I I f .

:. ;. :. -- 0I s l Is Which being will added make to it a by.three large and rooms more LATE NEWS BY WIRE Walking .t.50 .Men's andkWomen'i i], c 5Sklrtsworth6.00at.

.,? amfortable house. Dr. Mulle't bought Blaik. Shoes worth2; 00at. oworth ___ .
.'.<.. I Cheviot Walking Skirts, ,
7 this house and lot on 10th street' near ,

":" venue B. a short while ago and he U I, I 4.so, to go Men's.andlwomen's
: $3 00 $2 00
rJ bw suit hit and
1:" Carrie aa many passenger: : climb more hills: goes just an modeling for a larger to dwelling.taste This pot de- SOUTH DAKOTA WERE REPUBLICAN NOMINATED* )j . .. . Shoes.:worth 2.50.aLI 0f' s

"' fut; uses less gasoline and tire; i* safer and more easily (ton of 10'1: street, between Avenues

K: controlled; last as luxuriouS and comfortable and cost it and B Is now naved and property '
Sioux Falls, 8. D.. June C- The Republican I : r a\. ,
i. leu for repair than many jtars that cell for doable or: treble inraers arc" beginning to Improve and State Convention early this ;i .'
i;, its price. ::'-':! ,Send for the REO book that tell Why clean up the various buildings ana
its work and
morning completed
..!- I, l tots. nominated Coe I.
journed.barlnz ad-1 Isidor Cohen ; & Co.
-! "' i ford for Governor and Robert .

Good paying established business; ble for United States Senator. '

Miami Automobile, Co' |eking money every day. Only $SOO I r I t
\ capital required. Tatnm ft, Co. SENTIMENT FAVORS BRYAN :
J-13. FOR PRESIDENCY I 303 TWeLflH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA

13th Street, near,, Posloffice -
I Kennedy Not Damaged. '"*' I :.e r a -ti i s.
Indlapolls. June 6 There is a
H Captain W. H. McIntyre, master oi
r. sentiment here favoring the
the strong I
extension steamer Kennedy, about ,
nomination of William Jennings Bryan
hlch there had been all kinds' M
j STYLE
I- PLUMBING
IN
i for President In 190S. This sentiment -
L "- ,.... rumors pertaining to wreck loss ol
.If' 't..r--
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iI'- Is notable among the Democrat ,. mean work expertly done pipe properly
etc., the lower coast arrived ems
"SHOE I on ,
,. YOUR HORSESHOE crew
gathered here to attend the State convention
arranged and all puts !
ia port with the steamer safe 'and neatly
y. _HLAC__ YOUR MARE", bound late yesterday afternoon -and convening tomorrow. and artistically finished. }:: Thus U
... H i was quite Incensed that such ,rumors I
any time yon send them'around. do' should have gained currency and pub STUART NOMINATED ;PLUMBING

t the Job right with consideration for' licity. The steamer was driven on a i that even a poet can aIDe of. Beans

*. your animal's feet and your II pocket. hank during a heavy gale of mind, end Plttsburg. Pa. June 6- Edwin S. It mean solid comfort aaaltaUo and
was fact several days but sustained Stuart of Philadelphia was nominate** '
tie long life to |the work. Were; proo4
t Long experience tempt Into sayIng Jw Injury. The,Kennedy 1* now ready on the first ballot today by the Democratic .
l. we know how to and(do aaUsfy jo resume her regular ran at a ferry convention for Governor of to say that w* do that style plumbing

(: ,every horse owner who places his animal :Between Miami and the extension Pennsylvania. In new and repair" work..Give u a
trial
!n our care. tramps..A
Irt NEARY AND GOODMAN FIGHT H. SCRUOQS eV co.
eir SI* AVENUE D
Ludicrous Coincident '
J. A. DANN J A most ludicrous coincidence| occurred Boston June 6-Chariey Neary.who
on the river last night. Three recently showed inch marked abilityIn
ii. 423 eleventh Street, Miami, rta. small yachts with couples aboard start-- his battle with Jimmy Briggf and M t .
d from different point at the mouth'Of KI1 Goodman will fight this evenIng -
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before the Lincoln Club Chelsea. BROTHERSI
; the river to go to the falls for an R1TTY
f4 Goodman and Neary fought at Milwaukee -
.
.. .evenings diversion. When boat number -
: In December"190{, and the Jecla-
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: the 12th
one reached street bridge

; .','... .'Its' machinery refused to perform Its a lon draw.atter'eight It Is rounds said that of milling since then'wa! I Machine Shop
the 4
-. functions? and boat came v>. atanJstill.I t.
,
,- _' r' { 'A few yard behind came Goodman has gone back a great deal _
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while has steadily Improved.An
the second which with thai! tricumph Neary
part -
for the New Era Gas Gasolenend
Engines.
Interesting contest !II expected.A Rents }
; which mark the victory of] one
:: : r ;" ..[ :party over another they shot brand STATEMENT kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY'
REMARKABLE $
0 0I broke down. Number three!prePared
-I for a grand flourish but before
I General Repair Work
reaching the belated craft It* batter Indianapolis June 6 The forty-
annual of the National
jes gave out, and it ,finally did thatseemed third convention .
best under the circumstances Brewers Association is gathered 508 SEVENTH STREET I MIAMI. FLORIDA

,ancboreJ close In shore, and the party here today. Delegate are present
from nearly every State in the
Walked back to their home They
'rafted long enough however to! Bee Union representing an estimated invested

:one of the other unfortunate steam capital of $500 000.000. NOT TODAY BUT EVERY DAY
up and make off while the other remaining Albert Weber of the local bre.ers'association. ;
In welcoming the visitor i
one seemed to be swallowed
I. lip in the shadows, and then fancied said that he believed the brewers were '
I entitled to thanks for the perfected Granulated Safar pound I..5C
I jhey heard the dip of oar a* the disappointed per

party came ashore. ''The I I art of brewing; and that there Is more White Bacon per pound . . . II Me .
wisdom in legislation popularizing
ttory,Is nevertheless does have a a"fishy"true story.A sound. butt beer than In that dictated by unjustt 7 ban Oct. Soap S . . J . 25c; 5

:j lied preJnJHs of over-temperance Fresh IUs per dozen. . . 1. . .zvc *.. ik

O TurtleYam! advocates. Choice Lemons, per dozen . . .. 2c I
.' \ Mr. J. W. Stranahan of Fort Land- /. .
,rdale, who i* in the city today tells Torture. Cot prices on an other foods at
of a novel sport which Is being Indulged I ,
and enjoyed there by Cape Hancock For more than twenty year. Ml.J. .

f' and and "fcaptned Indian.and a Several Tommie very lance Jays;Tiger; loggerhead ago a Seminole the men tnrle. -- sciatica.Minneapolis.. B. !Master The)Minn of pain 2322 was and Clinton tortured suffering street by A mstrong Grocer y (Gum) P Y y.*


) About It they fastened a harness.)\ which he endured during this time
$3.00 $3.00t To the harness they tie the painter i I la beyond comprehension Nothing 1

..Jta canoe. To each of the front gave him any permanent relief until

j' flippers rope, rein fashion, are rig- he used Chamberlain's Pain Balm.! One See Dr.
:;;-red and the monitor put In the watper. 'application of that liniment relievedthe Bur1nhamThe
It swims rapidly and tows the pain and made sleep' and rest poslhle. *-
Bcanoe: about with ease. By pull III" an.l 'Ion than one bottle has
\ "Besides this patent Gibson tie we have model jpf soft ''on the ropes attached to the flipper* affected a permanent cure. If troubled Miami and Specialist

Slack kid and gum metal, in variety of shape and designs. the tune is steered about muct the with sciatica or rheumatism why not i Surgeon

:" They are here in all shapes and leather at S2.50 and S3.00 -ame as'a bores Yrsterdarl r. try a :5-cent bottle of Pain Balm and j I / It I *
(' !Turtle took a notion be wonli giveride see for yourself how quickly It reliesPs ,
If on are a sufferer tiom an/ Chronic Diseas4, Ulcer. Tumors Can'cer .
; he occupants of (he canoe a sea he pain For sale by Biscayne
I
f 11:1 headed out fw :nlet nnmlalful Drug .Co and all druggists. I Iron or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head Throat -- .'-"

t aJI a'tp''J"lt" to guide It nod a-eord- I Ir Lung Stomach Bowel, DvpepsiaTsi digestion, Rectal! ,

t'ng; to the informant an anchor bas r n art wire >o par ont your Diaea"es. Female Disca a
; a be put out to bring It to a ciisck. 11'f'O" ""n"'n a machine, why not :
': \ftrr untutercns a'temp It w. a in I I j lot the heat Other makes are rood Ail Latest ElectrkaLAids. Homeop whir Medicines

i need for go back 13t.1t. the Inlpt to Mw w.. claim for the STANDARD ill
tore calm waters and the pleas re.oihe th. rood qualities of others and many iUl a large stock. of Specially! prepared rcm din for Special, ", 1 dar was! brought to a close Mr
additional on" If yon really want
:S'ranahai.. dcclaresthat_ quite a sum the best machine made, call on us Ladies Maid Always in Att ndsncetairt !
already been offered for hi; tur- ,I-.T '.t ... call on you, and we win tell
,- : 'uhf:>, $ut he is not for sale. .about them. CI in Metropolis Building1.! From 9a. m. to 4 p. m. Sun. excepted
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< t is the Quality and is the quality and .ft*

the Price that make Every' ttiinhr.i.ForThe House price that mak* ':


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our goods popular' : our goods! popular-

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Furniture,. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensilsof I




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"" '_'Ph_.35 H. M ;KING Phone 88T B The scayn.steamer Arrives Bisca>ne came up ..1 I I

: Mosf Any i the extension last night bringing a I
: Undertaker Embalmer number of Miami boys engaged there ,
and for a few days vacation in tie city.
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DAY' -.. 1300 AVENUE D Broader I want to list y.ur property ,.

RESIDENCE 219 7th 8TRE 1 1
II Dolls and a half book containing
t ,j 1"$ cription San Francisco earthquake ,
Is apt to be one on which / and fire. Katie Soule., Cocoanut .d'.
. I .

t.: you will have to purchaseWEDDING (I l1ersollal Jlew j otes J\ Will Grove Build I FIB.I New Horn Thre Peaches

\ Mr. Marry McCown will In a few Giri,' each,and
f po | days begin the erection of a modern
A Mr: C. A. Faudel left this morning* Have you'kried Blue Ribbon Lemon -I'and attractive residence on the south Peac Mellow
I
t, for a weeks' stay at Fort Pierce. and Vanilla? Absolutely pure. tide which he will occupy as lOOn as Did y ever drink it?
,
I Goes twice at far as other kinds. and completed. Goes .igbt to that tbirdr .
r REAL ESTATE. MRS. McALUS- the Flavor t| perfection. I I II spot and makes you u cool DO YOU KNOWThat ..
TE -BECK 11 I .RO $IER, means rtEAL. CtTATC.I y as sad peumber. You
I t' > I Council Meeting. I II can't get enough. sad yousu'I I"&tl
much.oatxa there are a ] many sea
Mrs. W D, Hughes and child The city Council meets tomorrow Wanted- Clean cotton red at this dria too
leave I who judge others by the brand of dears
G"Girl! thehlrst cast raow
: I next .week (or Ohio where they will night In of the semi monthly :offlce
II I spend the summer with friend sessions. Several matters of importance I they smoke
"
" : f- ,i are to,;come up for disposition. I Medico to Meet

s; 4r I BROSSIER will 1 collect your rents j The P-de County Medical AMCCillon :!*. ITS A flOur AT
; I I I I Skaggs collage on Avenue C. for I will meet tomorrow afternoon at
" '. I Mr. Carl Larien.. of D nla, Is is rent to November let finely furnished the offlce of Dr. Gramlinz. The meeting AcmeBott. Works KartIIIe.1
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for month. J. H. Tatnm at I
a \ Norma Brand
We'll be- ready for when1th& the city today.arranging business t be called at 2 o'clock and all Sixth Street. wise tf & te* retorr
you 125.90|
: I' ter*. i.Typewriting, mats II | Wilt a are requested to be present cents Is equal la frqran u4 aromato

; day comes with the right I BROSSIER meant Safe Investments I I the regular IS cent Havana Clear.

-it *Goods, at the RIGHT PRICESMAYNARD&SON done at the Metropolis I UI I+ BROSSIER, insane REAL-ESTATE Our customers an elate th.m' the

offlce at reasonable rate I I Will Sail Tomorrow. ( best yet I.
SEE MRS. McALLiSTER-BECK :;
Miss Della Kltchell entertained a few I The well'jtnown British schooner ABOU-r REAL ESTATE. t '
. f Hattie Dar Ling, ha* flnlgned loading I
Mends at cards last night In honor
her will sail from the Ben.
i cargo and! HAYESThe
most Sold
: of her brother Dean Kltchell's the Callow
f Important of all birthdays-the 21st I i I ner Line JQcks' tomorrow mom ing;; The 'lumber'and material composingthe
The evening was a delightful one, and with a good passenger list for Nassau I gallows ,from which Ed. Brownwas
, especially to Mr. KItchell. I and Baham points hanged yesterday has been sold Cigar Man
JEWELER and OPTICIAN I by Sheriff Frohock to Adam Correli. .
"Wanted-Foreman for-orange grove.' ..Wanted"CIeaa cotton rags at thl I and the structure will be torn .down AT ALL pRUGOUTS OPPOSITE HOTEL B1SCAYNB
Next to Peetoffist .........'Pler.t. di Apply In person at the grove. M. 8.,. one*: It. and removed at once.
a
..... Burbank Orange Glade Section. ,I" 'r .r! t
I Mallory 'line 8.: s. Co. New York. Summer rates at the Rutherford L J. E. tummus jI
J. B. Hawkln B. Lateeter
Mrs: L G MdUlhter-Beck Mrs. Chas X FullwooJ Is visiting ':Boston Philadelphia E. A. Perry Boarding House. 223. Ninth street It r
this week at the home of Mr. and Mr.'. ticket agentrsil 12th street Miami. I
1'I 9- Philip Lang on the Miami river..Mrs.Fullwood Fla.. | Picture rrau." made lo order. The Th 4 Miami Grocery Co. ;
baa spent the spring with old \ Racket Store. .. ,,
Real Estate t
Lunatic
friends here and her stay has beena Another I
source of much pleasure to all J Deputy Sheriff$ Lon Gore left for th. Dredge Nearing Completion Staple and Fancy Groceries i i irRUITSandVCGCTABLCS "
.Insane ayslUm last night with a '
negro
Rentals Insurance ;. adjudged Insane a few day I Information from Fort Lauderdale 1 :
Ten cents a copy win be paid f man. ago.This states that the big dredge nuder construction
I make tour or five men that have
copies of the Miami DaD Metropolisof '' been carrledfto the asylum from Dade at that place for Jigging a Our stock of groceries is complete and we think we can supply
ApriJ 3. when,delivered to the Metropolis + canal under Governor Broward's drain, about everything required in the baking line. Our aim if to keep %
Office Hal chett Bldg. once ; county in the last few weeks.Bretslif
t ? f J age plans, was moved higher up New only the best, class of groceries and our prices on them will be '
K i River yesterday to have her "A" frame found to be tight. Goods delivered to any part of the ;;
Suite No., 2. 320 1:2. 12th St. J. A.' Brooks, formerly of thl* *X I, wants t* list yew property erected and dippers Installed. The city. Oar fruit and vegetable stock a'ways\ iresh. Give a call _
and connected for a longtime with the I dredge! which Is the largest machine jus
Metropolis a* linotype operator came t'mbrenaerepelred and recovered. of its !{kind In the State. I* nearing ;
up from the extension last night for 'Leave at Racket Store. completion and It 1* expected to have I Telephone2O 335 Twelfth Street Miami Florida,;
THE ,RACKET STORE'S a few day visit with friends Mrj tf at, work not later than July 4. s
Brooks went to the extension last Ass! Building Fine' Home ..
'gust as one.'..the bead timekeepers Mr. H. Fjg Scruggs, the well known BROSSIER meant gate ln.......... ;:
TILL i'LIGEGalvanized i and 'this'is his first visit to Miami, plumber hal commenced the erectionof

i IInN.-: || a new and modern eight room residence Barbecue on Fourteenth.Mr. .
11 11I" on 9th street between Avenues I
n J. W. Stranaban. of Fort Lau
I" Furnished rooms at summer prices.'! C and D, *Bd will have It ready for I derdale li in the vi y today and state.
SIS 11th_street. I j..! occnpancy a| noon as possible. that the picnic and barbecna ache RTR..l
Wash II I uled to take place at New river Inleton !
Mr.. and Mrs. J, W. Grimes gav| Boats Wanted If yon have an anx- the 22d of last month but post' -
a pleasant straw ride last night to lallary schooner or launch for sale, poned indefinitely on account of the
Tubs 50c: to 80c Lemon City, using one of the large send detailed description and price, inclement weather will take place on
transfer-wagons. The guest were; to the Metropolis office, Miami Pia.GROVESADODTAOES the 14th. one week from tomorrow, .
mainly from: the'Rutherford Housed and that a big time is pronused allthose
where Kr,8IIeI Mrs. Grimes Ire loeat-' : ETC. MRS. who attend. I I 1
ed for the season. The party was a McALLISTR-B19c8.. .
Jolly one and the perfect night greatly : S- if don't
110 REWARDLost and find what
"Turtle Tur Ing". I you
added to-their enjoymentBROSSIER
Our galvanized and kitchen II Turtle turning Is now the order of Pearl handle Smith Wet- i 1
son revolver; SI eaL. S 1-J Inch bar
*"*. wares are the best and we mama are Isesstarnes" the this moonlight week jiartle:(port*tothe, and beach every night have I rel.reward.Return to thin offlce and receive you want tell us of your ref # '?

been numerous. Several turtle have I. '
"sell the best for the For sale- Seven room plastered been "turned" and quantities of eIC'found. ,. qlremen.ts and we can: come
house with bath on Blscayne Drive H There are many peopre wno can 'J. Vi
least'money" Wired' for light Lot sox 100: Fifty read human nature In the line of the
". per cent, balance four year "Invest Another big dance Is aet for tonight. hand. They UU to their own au.I pijetty: near supplying them. .
ment," box CS7. II to,take place; at the Fair bonding. The I I faction what kind of a person carriesthe I .
hand. There are others who t
caa
young society men are rlvinrlt and
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: A select party of young society folk arranging'it to be a most enjoyable I tell a ;man by the war he holds his '.1.
N .nb. CHEAPLR' decided on a diversion from the ret" affair. %' head. There are other who can tell '.
lar dance at the Fair building last g by the penmanship what kind of a .i
night and chartered boat -to carry: person belle and In each case there la
W. H. Chaile& S n them to the beach where they took AnythlagVou; want done, sidewalks; much' j truth. No. 152. Three lots on Ave D at $500 each terms alt cash ,

possession of the pavilion and enjoyejthe sewerage landscape gardening roads 'DId you ever stop to think that you
built, 1eane4. See Fred Ratter No. 15. Two Iota on Avenue D and South Wat e street
111 AvtnM D. Miami .... evening In the sea breeze with l.htnds e&Jt,tell a Arm by Ita advertising
dancing until a seasonable hour. The n. Stndy"the ads In this paper and you nnimprovccNo. price $800 each or both for $1500. 1
I and It Cat Annex at ISIS Ave IX ,
monllght was glorious, the air cool, will be surprised bow true to life they
and all declared the time an unusually Mrs. ItU. Bradwell are. Thl* It a better test of oar theory 14 Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $20CO. $1000 cash, '!

pleasant one. Among those composing than any thing else. Ton know balance in ne year. There is a little..hops on this place which

: G. M., VINCENT' Phelps the. Irene party Jandon.were: _Misses Lulu McLen--Grace [f 13 Avenue D I far the wrong merchants we are.and yon caa Judge how pays $180 | er annum. Property will",make a good business site 1

don. Eva Yarborough.WIlle Hahn.Cora I There are the firm who have been labusiness
Upet .Date Millinery No. 15- We can recommend thia as a good investment. On ,
Physician and Surgeon Blount, Misses Whltten and Brlnsoi:: i a long time and have a fair
business at a good profit They this property there are six houses in good condition the yearly .
Messrs. Jay Osborn Pennock. T. MoAnllfle. > i are
Female Diseases a Spedaltg Chas. HUT Elliott. Will Via Dry Goods, Fancy Notions I satisfied to let thing take their coarse rental am< ants to $720 and the price is only $4750 with $1200

l.de..w laws.... pets..-JJf C cent. Homer Mercer George Xlmao-' Fashionable Dressmaking Their ad tell that they can be found cash and t lance in annual payments of$500. I
lee, Byron Lasseter YoU Yarborough' can and Inspect at the tame old place and their gooo
'Residence 214 14th St. Ivan Dr. I are the acme aa mal *n there !. ao ,
Jsndon Lends.
and |Ii i M: -- No.l5valuable < One good two story home facing the bay and 3.
}ace: room 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bldjr.Delineator ., .. I 1-- to change the reading hence their i I lo}s for$3200, terms $700 cash and balance to suit.t
stands the same an the year, and I ,i

I year after year.'There No. IS Three four two for the :
room story cottages. <
I are other firm who make
sensational runs of prices below the I three. $301 0. Will sell separately. We can give prit liberal :j

cost price and when you reaj It you terms on these. Ask tor them. i
took: at once for the hook for you knowIt L
Grocery BargainsButter i
} I* a,! bait because no man can sell No. 15S A new two story residence, facing y, jut

goods some below other cost way.unless he makes hasp outside th< city on the Biscayne Drive. Price $2500. with terma .i.ied

There Is the Arm with the earth of $800 do,n, baL $300 per annum. It you.want somet ling new
sentence -W. want your money" attract ", this is the place to buy.
3 months the best creamery at 27c That was a fool thing to advert!** and
[ the It
vy was run showed the arm j
was new In the advertising flell It I I' I
Soap, Octagon for 25c was ran until everybody was tired
and the papers.did not want to print,!
peck It any longer. Then that Arm mad
New patatoes;per : : 45c a change of front and aJvertlaed that
25
For cts II they would fill any order made to the Brossier & i 1

Old potatoes, goodqual'ylpL 35c .Iit I catalougne could be house delivered for S cents from leas Cblcaco.l'than f. Son

I, Everybody said It could not )
but the firm made good their promise
and that is always the test of value of !
r.s Their have been
advertising. ads
{ = I the kind that it takes very little effort oll j Re I Estate and Rental Age ts .
Magnolia Grocery .Company. i for the mind of the observant intelligent -j
| reader and buyer to see that I '
: they are up to Jate and leading In1 i,

aI [ Phone 84. Corner Avenue D |nd 4th Street ,I their line.MIAMI HARDWARE COMPANY j i j 1200 Avenue D Miami Florida

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-_ _-...,, ---------..; It was a'rlad- relief 1* bin when be MAN is DRIVEN
\ I heard her voice calling him soon after '
'. rA MAD BY WATER '
daylightThe f
SENSIBLELOVER \ sky, bad lightened up. but the
Llprda.d SIdiH .
blizzard was still booming away Jim Floe

made coffee and fried |I bacon and .. Tmd Worker Sea Sk141L

'" warmed up the frozen bread and Ijrlted Elslat lock ky lock to

"I' Miss Stacy to breakfast She hud .f. Draw illy.t .
By C B. LEWIS !>ued the wont night of .her life anJ tt
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lout her petlte.. What 'she wanted ,
Copri0M, ,.... by m-gynsee. was to reach hpruut aDe'. In the .,t Imprisoned IDa compartment of the
constructed river tunnel at Milwaukee
quickest time i>o>xlblf". Jim listened to .partly ) I i i-"
through a break In which water
ber request and thou 8liou&:: LU bead. ,
KIM Minnie Stacy twenty Tears old was pouring John Slater stood for ,
awhile for this
"We're got to wait
bad come oat from the city to star "We .two hours, watching the water rise
blizzard to let up. be i vplled. Grand Skirt Sale
with her Aunt Jane In the county fur couldn't go ten rods with ut being lout lowly until It threatened to engulf at
:
)lIm. When at last be was rescued be
a month while her parent made a hurried and being lout would mea 1 bring dead. oj iI

trip to England. It was the last of Lemme tell you bow a'Jjull tlirowed mv

t., February and there was snow on the over the fence two years ijo and chirk! .

ground. you up a bit" ": J| f :
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The next farm to Aunt Jane's wu The girl refued to be chirked. She I (5' -
tat swathed In hone bl mkets like a I Icmmw1 1 1I
the Boulter place, and Mrs. Boaalter
t'an. Iclrlfsoa
and her formed .
was also a widow. A hired man named W.M.Burdil1e
her cheeks. Noon came, and th .
Jim Williams plowed planted and i
blizzard wan still with them. Jim tried; .
for her. When Jim beard that I e ,
reaped
to make her take a hopeful 1'leor, .
a city girl was stopping with Auut things ibl asserting thatjjbe) was terra,; I -

Jane br went over to see her for him- and reared In that locality and bad

self. Be didn't stop to pot on a' clean never known a bllzzardjlto/ lust over .

shirt or to grease and lampblack his four days, but she weitt Instead of; One lot white and polka dot duqlc
clock the I.I 98 Don't Miss this Sale of
shoes. He entered the boose In that afternoon smiled finally she made at an 4 announcement t In skirts, worth 2.50 now. 41t
familiar farmers hare i
way among .
"I I won't['l stay here another ,
themselves, and when Introduced to am going. I
One lot white circular flounc
minute. If yon don't want to--] I 1.98

the visitor be held out a band as big asa come along yon need't" she" said" 2.50 value now. . . . .1I \
,: washboard and tJiook her small one I

rigorously. firmly"There's only one way I you can go."; One lot brown and linen skirts, tuck ]

How are ye?" Nice winter weather i replied Jim after stepping aside l to IT'IOSIF)1One
and panel effects f nine gore j I )
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we're bar lug. be sold. measure the depth of ttf snow. "rlt I.9S( .

The'young lady o* wealth and social hare to take you on my back. Toqjj C 250 value, now . . .

.. standing tried to squelch him, but Jim never can make It otherwise.I I'm stoul ".;
lot circular flounce '
enough to carry you am I, a bag of 'tai pleated
drew up his chair and spoke of spring 2.48
besides, and If I don't hurry text made $3.00. .
ten t
calres and kicking, cows In a way beautifully nov One lot plain black { stainless 'i
much I can keep a straight course 25
meant to be highly entertaining. He The girl demurred and protested; butt: One lot plain crown linen skirt: worth 12 l l-2c 3 for G
refused to be snubbed and he wouldn'ttake I'5
hint. I finding no'other way; she at last con* THX wan Rosa STZABttT. 1.75, now . . . . {
a seated. lie stooped dojwn, lifted berj, was a maniac his mind having given One I lot plain I value.

When the subject of music' was referred i, up and set off with her. (It jit was a des way from Mght Peering through a One lot misses' white linen finish and P. less 15c \ I 0 Jc
to be volunteered to sing a ballad [ perate undertaking and; they were 4full his
the companions
or two and when 10 o'clock came hour making them e they bad toCO. bnllseye saw In him compartment In his plight\ and for K. skirts, 1 175 and 2.50, no| I.I 98 I

ie took his bat held out his hand again but be finally deposli ed ber on tht: a long time were unable to help him. $1.25 and.. . . . One lot plain black hose, staIn18G

and departed after saying: doorstep rapped- for A nt Jane'and! Leads from the Ore boat were letdown less, 25c value .

... "Well. Minnie. I don't know whenTre then said good night ,K plunged lute,! Into the tunnel, and the engine Our entire line of f all woo I, I Including I volls, b'uk.[

spent a more Interesting evening the storm airalo.'e: tln later.ani' were worked at a furious pace to pump mohairs. English serge and novelty One lot lace hose In white
the blizzard bad vanished 20
when ;
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and It's aU owing to you rm not one the-highways bad beet 4uz 'out lit, out the water while the rescue work that suitings at a discount of 25j per cent. and tan, 35c value now . Gf
of stock chaps. rm Jest plain went era In spite of everything f
the** up knocked at Aunt Jan door, Ttlij:
Jim Williams, and you'll find me a time be bad on a Dolled shirt with ." could be done the water rose steadily One lot fine lisle double heel ard toe In
yard wide and aQ wool every time. IH tnder his coat? above Slater's waist to his breast to Sale of Fine La
cuffs
pair of-.celluloid < white and 50'cent
run In quite frequently and cheer you sleeves and as Mlnnte r tee up and bex:! his armpits and finally to' his neckIslfteen black tart I I.00

.w minutes later h. would bar valae 3 ., ,
HP. fore she could utter a: ord of thank Jale for.t.[ -
Miss Minnie bad many criticisms to I''be laid: [, '- | been drowned Just In time to prevent W eave added to our I lace I of I last r .

make after the caller had left and asserted "Miss Stacy 1 love yo i. I love yoiv this, however the .firemen succeeded week a goodly line of black "" One lot black and white lace
It be came again be would get a In opening the door and took 'Soto 48c{i.A i.
setback to last him all his life. heap. I never loved > gal ask as I do/' Slater. Insane and benumbed with cold. 6 1-2 to 12 l-2c, now. . lisle, value 75c, noV . : .
you I Intended all alo ig to yott
Jane tried to soothe her. "Oh.' to a hospital.
Aunt to marry me and I ha e'l>eeu flgnrS 5c One lot bdlllantMsletlace
yon mustn't mind our ways out here In lIne of val laces worth per hose 68G'' ;
; lug where 'we would live after maRriage. *
!.I the country. As Jim bas fallen In lore But It's all off n<4w.4 I've went 'CREW ALL DEAD yard, now 15c and 25c per '
with at first sight be will""What -
you and CODe and made a hero. of i
s !.': ,exclaimed. \ .the ,horrified and won your eternal m.lIei INCASED IN ICE

.;1frI. be willing to marry muse ,f fed
"Why couldn't you tell that he bad '
but I feller!
;fallen hi lore With your as your to take:life advantage of a thing llk denim Blockade baser, Mlsslaf Maty
not! Row dare be do suchathlngP 1 W. M Burdin 316 and 318. 12th St.&e
"Of course that. Take back your ti oth and marc !e innate Food .. Trade '

( any feller yon like an I at the samt, Pllrfct. ,
''l don't' see why yon make such a time 111 look around nd see wh \
.
|fuss over 1L It you don't want toIDUI'7 red beaded'pals they ar > In the nelgb of Ice e.
Incased In a shining armor
him you can say so when be ..
borbood who'd be wllUi g to have j
: with the members of ber crew In
i and I
[asks --- -.
you Farewell. Miss Stacyffi} rewelir I :
various positions frozen stiff after lying
that he
retired
When Jim had night
In Jim Wllllac

l :'got Wmiams.to thinking,be things soliloquized.orer. "I'm""m.u Jim eye There as he was. turned but a tear he,a had ca the and consclou plojdejbomewnrtl. : ,i Russian for months blockade In the running arctic steamship cold the I Mark's Oyster and&hopHouse.Sea .

I stoat as a'trail and bare an appetite Boas that be bad dons rl bt. and It 111 $ Soedabaya. which disappeared last autumn I Ito
In \
orders regard Our
while awaiting Food Specialty
,like a horse. I'm twenty-seven years I e.,mentioned here the be made 2C4 of at
the landing of a cargo arms
Old and hare $UOO In the bank. Thereain't
of nd twent-tW'i
no flies on me. and rm a goodnnff pounds gallons of maple uolossesj sugar: tlat i sprlnsfound audl. l I Vladivostok, was recently discovered Oyster bj plate quart.or gallon
the Amur river. '
near
match for any gal that Urea. I'm his red headed girl before to* Xlkoleyevsk. the 4v' t I calk served at all hour 410 12th Street. Miami. Florida '
It Is supposed that the captain of ,
In lore with .Minnie Stacy. I don't
drat crop of young robins; was off thelteat t .
II last his bearings while waiting for
know what sort of a farmer's wife ship

she'd make but I'm willing to take my 1 I order and hiding from the Japanese I '

chance wedding WeH trip take and In Niagara'It! she want falls RAW !.'Car* A.1 I ..;".. I There melH>f-wu la every and evidence was caught that hi herculean the Ice. investigate Before Investing .
on our
_nd most corn-
One of "greatest .
candy at 60 cent a box she shall bateIt efforts were made to get the ship away. : f
mon deformities of the day, observes The postures of the dead seamen tell i Wind Power
week sort o'
her get
I'll give a with care <-
that
a medical writer Is ona j
of the struggle with a ter-
acquainted, .and then HI pop. the question. It & graphically
be emedled.
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attention 'ti
and can i
-- bodies
." babjt rlbJe death. Some of the were Haa been adopted bj the beat people the country aa the

It was all settled hi his mind when the round shouldered ot stooping found on the Ice about the bow of the cheapest power for tatting water. Note the people who have
of the most natu figures slKjW
he turned over and went to sleep, and this Many tendency to stoo{ while In the ship.as If they had been sent ahead them they could have steam gas and hot air too if they want-

be saw no>> clouds on the horizon a* be cheated It is m rked to apatg- with explosives to blast a clear way. j_cd it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this
awoke In the moruln:; Thereafter for narrow Everything aboard the vessel above business and with my pump mechanism that I have just been
ful ?::ree. And yet bj raising, : oneself Incased In Ice.
below decks,
or was I will to double the
nine or ten nights be was a regular granted patent on. guarantee capacity
perpendicioIsr .
leisurely the toes a a ,
caller atunt Jane's bouse. >If be saw cpoa this The anna, which were Intended rorladl'108tot. value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringements. will -f -
reral time* a day
poaitloa.f -
Minnie be tried to* Interest her in be easily, rectified were. Intact but It la be prosecuted. '
could fo
deformity
thought are ruined from rust The vessel
snakes, mud turtles,' frog and other
> mat be In
loins properly one a pffectly r
novelties of farm life and her Interesting was placed under waiting order

statistics of bow gave much hay a at,upright the sides position 1 th<; the heels arms well dropping |6- pending once at the Portsmouth result of the and peace the confer-sailors b H PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Florida.iontractors .

would consume In the winter. i
aw
and the toes ft fining an angle
gether
who knew that the war
perished never
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'When'Minnie.stuck to her room and should lie
of 43 degrees.
,refused to eome down he had GreenIng made.nf7. 11011'11.= the bails bad ended. tin: drop to sal tab a took ai

apples and other messages for her hi I of both feef"and t should e ___..4 ee. u Island All Writ*. our In UM of WoolaM. Domt lor Owners
and continued to grow more deeply Property
accomplished In the sap way without
When the steamer Bradshaw made get Qe plaoa. AND
the
March
loves About the 1st of ma-
swaying the body ont of Its perpendicular the first rounds of Isle Boyaleln Lake
.
pie sugar season opened. The making line. The exeelse Is not :ifcn Superior two men were found who JOHN KVYILL A SRO ,;r ,t '. ,

of the sugar was a part of Jim's spring easy one but may be ceomplilbed.fry had been marooned on the Island alldeter. If you don't want to SAVE'MO EY| l "
work and from the first run of sap he HeaJquartara for mart TaflornSII
perseverance and pad >nce. It can e D. E. and
sent the city girl some maple wax on modified. too by stam ling first on oneICK. C. B. HaUneck They were New York Bailey student. Twetttt sue t. Disown Btoei I we can't help you. If you ((do, come toThe

a clean, white maple chip. ; then on the other. inflating sad who Intended only to spend a short -
The snow disappeared, the spring the chest at th B same time jet j
raising holiday bunting and fishing but some- McDonald
birds began to appear and the groundwas BurkhartLOCK J. A. Go.
when Minnie part of the exerdss, and If pefae- bow' they were forgotten when the last
underfoot
getting dry
rered In will nltlmat 'ly show an i inn boat of the Mason made Its call and '" '
started out one afternoon for a V
creased chest mean meat, dereltip- were forced to spend all the long winter AND GUNSMITH material.
walk. She wandered over a field and perfectly and buy building Loug Leaf
and jour
meat of lung powe on the lonely ale: while anxious .
., Into a piece of woods hoping to find i straight and erect 1 gure.-PeartoQ's Expert Repairing -
and
friends made diligent Inquiries
', the first spring flower and of a sudden Weekly. ] Yellow Pine and Cypress |of'all kinds
all Lake
Superior
searched practically,
she felt chills sweep over her and the U13 AVENUE C MI AM .

atmo.*,.bore grew dark. A blizzard had _. without avail The young men subsisted ;We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds)) Cement, Sash Doors
.. Tw. :- stolen upon the country as softly as a 1' Among the curious i ago In life 11 I to pat In a good winter. When I Mouldings, and whatever else aj builder requiresat
/ thief In the night In her sudden alarm You Will find It
-' the girl became turned around. She are more amazing than the COIlS rescued they bad hair banging on their 1 lowest possible figure.
tlonal peculiarities\ < caslonally ttet shoulders and beard falling to their i

..:. 1' was the wind hurrying rose through the air filled the wood with snow when .. with. The professor rbo delivered\ .' recta. You. Know .where we are Uth!(Street. Miami Florida P
address to the students :!
.1.I (,v*, and she clutched the branch of a bush at Introductory one of the London jospltals thought Twelve Mar4rrra Die........... ',. at I. :
t ; and shrieked her alarm. i io i I
It well to put his a dlence on tlir, Twelve native sentenced to death
her shrieks for half an ,
She kept up ,
a tx the murder of Snblnspector Hunt

lour and then sank down In a collapsa. lid lie instanced two v ry singular ca.,". and Trooper George Armstrong of the '
She did 'not realize what was happening I JO & Ch' 11ar114

,way when through Jim Williams the storm came, took feelinghis her In any One was form that was of a poll nla! fa.t.to Some whom friends rlcj In Natal and police met were their executed death with at Richmond wonderful -: DSOn Toils miaM' &y CO. se&

the wished to test this person's susceptibility stoicism. They were taken out t
his arms and carried her to sugar I
and at dinner sjirreptltlonslyjjjot In two group to a place where grave
bosh shanty forty rods away.It be. him to partake of biscuits In eac1t1 of bad been dug. Uere a minister prayed 5 and lOc SUCCESSORS TO
was a blizzard long to remem- .
which was a grain of'rlce. lIe ate ;two | with them and their eyes were band Fire
bered. The thermometer went down to CHASE &: BARNEY Inc.FRUIT.
zero and a foot or more of snow fell. 4 I or throe biscuits and fann after had toleave aged. When the word of command was .
that be % uttered thirty-six rifle shots were fired
the dec a I
table ring ;
and for two three days' the farmer AND
or ,
beta: poisoned byl rl< e, though be H-a.1 at the same time. The bodies of the Store AccidentTornado
were Imprisoned In their bouses. The ,, I! Variety VEGETABLEPACKERS a
recovered her senses soon' after absolutely certain he bad not partikcn executed men were literally riddled. -
girl i, '' 1
reaching the sugar camp but there was !lof any. 8 .
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going farther. Jim happened{I' The other case wai one In whlC yiie lea Skirt a 10.' 1017 .vsnus D, Miami FIK'
no,
have plenty to eat and plenty of Il Juice of a gooseberry cted as a pojlterful I' An Italian employed by the Big Four Cash Dealers In
shanty b1&1I-1 excitant and !pn need at one' IiI }'railroad saved a fast train hound for --
kets. He gave up the A heavy rainfall !Sore Nipple Insurance. '
the night and dug out a place for I virulent skin eruptlo u This mantas f fso'very Indianapolis recently. Crate -

self before the fire. She might have susceptible hat be soul;,ee- caused a creek to rise rapidly and A cure may be affected by applying i

slept, but be bad to keep the fire going i|I tect nxwetierry duce even when It|;' .n wash away a part of the trestle near Chamberlain's Salve as soon aa the,,

to prevent his freezing to death. I I masqueraded ?>s clue<< ipane.: At a i ; 'r 1 the city of Marion, Ind. The Italian. child is done nursing. Wipe It off Material FIDELITY BONDS

He bad plenty of time to think. Tt>e lie dinner be wbUixt l to his nels''' :J'lrI knowing that the passenger train was I s-ltb a soft cloth before allowing the, 1

wind howled the snow flew, and tIe that It wa $roo"etr' y wine they :"';' :I due took off his red flannel shirt and I child to nurse. Many trained nurses Packing nil Wmhoos? 1I I

cold made the trees pop like musketry, I drinking and as', pr x>f be turueji used It a. a danger signal to flag the use this salve with the best result. OLDEST AGFhCY) IN
which stopped In time toan. "I East End ILmi River Dock MIAMI'I
train was
and Jim's great fear was that the rut his shirt sleeve and showed hl she Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Bl-

would freeze to death before morn'T"; rash develmlnr.-I/) | 010"& BI 1 a disastrous wreck. I came Drag Co. and all druggist

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Tthe t merit or being easily made and '
61 mm! mm more generally mine than the THEY HELD UP

1 more usual fonn. I It the front lOre THE
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; Outing ''of the ront>I.... Tb rest III formed ofa .
Gowns Are Now of Interest
N't\r.'ih separate hip cor... t. Into which the Love Sick HfenwayBMi Mad Captive >


) \ Full ,, Blast FTEN HERE THE to Womankind.-PRINCESS REIGN I Isklrt' loft portion BECOMING fOIe. straw Ia coos tro.ND aDd,CHIC.raspberry Preacher k'aal.Tie Nip


Since the days of Dick Tmrpln and
1 shades of linen will mach worn. but
i I ....... Vrtvvt i. \.... Popslar F.rTrl..I. white. string tolo aDd biscuit damns Claude Dnval have the method ofjthe hlgbwayman -.
shown but little variety.An
4 I .. Sumster Dr.....-Tb.C..I. trimmed with bpU1"" see aDd band embroidery exception to this general rule of

1 .. Skirt Still !. Favor and I are tbe fa\ rltf'S.I the road must be noted In the case of
u..a,. !. C..tlD... I A model in string foloreil linen baa a the pastor of a rural New Took chant
little ba The' Big; Fatoryallhi : Tile athletic girl has bm-otne a lieI'I meet In front Stra! and buttons of lonely highway near the Tillage of

manent factor In tie wor'J of sport, Hopewell. In that a tat*. j
and fanlilon tradesmen bate learned to It was evening and was unusually
cater to all her requirements In the dark for the hour. The pastor, bis
way of correct dress and some stuunlnjf J I mind engrossed by his errand,
"sportlns. to'.." are to be seen !,, r was
quietly trudging along.wbe4 without
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MillSale at the. tile aboi-".' wanmg two unpleasant looking strangers
There .a new golfing shirt that will sprang front the wayside buabe
be'appreciated by the expert on the -
: and halted him
: They were-powerful
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lines of man's \ : -
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America's Greatest Bargain I i iI IIDPn bold this JaanJy Jacket together. j

J : .J'mvers I A'deep collar of lHnc!! colored chlD7Sa .. J
r bordered b1 narrow qullllnp of useen {' J. J.
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1i \ similar Is Ht upon the ,
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-r j ( skirt above the following a point54 .
_. tunic: liDe. Tb fine plaltlDp are
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[ new ft'tltu-ea upon ch lIIOdela. Of 1 I
course they don laaoder. bat the i, i.i
Goods Store 1 French do not <00111< t't' such a detail "AJiZ rout 1'.UOJlr '!i
Empire Dry r
conaldentiou ,,'ht>re chic Ia cone :. armed. He felt that discretion was J JI.
The very sbt"P t of thin whit
Il the better J part or valor and; prep-ired :
ti l frocks Iii made all In cue piece a Iaprlnceaae. '
/to hand ova his modest valuables."Are
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fitted.cl to the figure
,r @ /1 \ I. yon a par.onr one of the highwaymen
with lace ertloDlt JDd fIDe' demaudet iTie pastor ale
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I ","x .I' That these.gowns ivul I hang topth mined the fact and no doubt hoped It .J
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I ',' for many WtarlDp r survive a single would secure him .; ,of some "
visit to the tub la praying for : sort. "Ton are tbe very man we 1 I
Among the novel I the bolero. 1prIn. want." said the other highwayman.Re .
\ / : ; r Ing ap are some 'ade of alternate whittled softly, and two young women 1

; H. ; I rows or valencieno. aDd beavy lace suddenly emerged from] too lhad'J
t I Mt ri'l:t', lngLi. .l ''- and others of vel" 'and Jet. ow*. "We want you to marry us and

j t Heatys, Elbow .Ift"ea ca be worn without do It.* speedily* possible. said the
1 A sxAarr rLlaWr OOWB.on .
committing feartu glove I extrava- first highwayman. j 1.1
over tbe bead and fasten In front Sauces DOW that a rTlceable dark taa Whereat the relieved pastor havingno
with blind baud and buttons illtted street glove comes I flu elbow length. desire" to argue the matter; hastily 1
grid Fttiithte but halfway down and an absurd There' Ia a pet Ie f red. white and performed the double marriage ceremony c1
patch pocket upon the left side. The blue bat that Is p lei than It sounds.a for the eloper and was rewarded -
sleeves reach to the elbow only and aallarof flue wblt chip, with a ruche with substantial fee. | Then the
J;;. ..A .- -' bar no tucked folds but are cut abort of shaded blue tull around the crowD wedding party bad him good night .4

Will be Sold I I Reduced Prices < thirty 'days and smartly finished with a wide and red cherries hug under the brim. and disappeared la the gloom leaving
: pr turned over cuff Tbe collar Is lowand The bat seen 10 nt Ia a French the pastor to resume his lonely journey
fta t. meeting when confined]
only
along the dusky highway.
affair carried out floe black ship
by a loosely knotted Windsor tie.
Inset about the brl Is cream colored

J. Woo Watson c : Avenue! D I entered The all the prevalent field of aporta princess and gown will disport has c:1U117 crown lace.fails over DI'l'cIdf'p t!e ribbon brim and trims makes the TONGUE CUT OFF-

Itself on tbe tennis court and the
the little tie nd bow under the
quaint TO SAVE HIM
1: r J. u -* H ;,jfl \... ..' J._ ''t-.1'U ,;.' Soiling green. It will of course be ehIn. Reel roans a banked lip III the l lBe
made of firm. crisp linens, gingham. '
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teavy linen crashes and band woven I. t.eL Placed It Aptest a Fred PlsBecuse j
cotton
goods heavy enough to bang
I MADIMOIIE LI AGAIN. Me Wu Daredto :
IJI'OlterI1lnto abort skirted salts.
.1 Tbe frock sketched Is of black and 10 perfectly bee fl1fu1 are the newparasol. De Se. .j.I I
that the Oman who works .II
Miami MeatMarket white checked flannel combined with
aU day anldlt be rdoued for carry )
Miami Busfe'DirectoryThe plain wblte flannel. The lower part Albert Travis while playing at the
In the light One dainty
lug one an
1 of the plaited skirt la of plaid. This stab Is aU little fluffy fetus of vales. MUlvllle (N. J.) Ice plant was dared ..
Dlatt'rlalanab. the entire "waist which by a boy companion to touch one of 7;
,\i. Is trimmed with bands of the plain the frost pipe with his tongue. ,
) Out of Town Buyer, and trioso within the city will find In the flannel! A small collar of black velvet "I never take a dare" bq said, and j
list below the addresses of Miami Merchant under T. A. ?'Ester. Prop. la a pretty' finish about the cut oat touched me white pipe with his tongue. 4

classified"0 ., bade. ,for>ready_ _. ._reference-_ I neck. In a moment he was writhing In palu. .!
Miami West Palm ILLS eomp.nlousiangb.dtblnking be
Beach
Ai FAVORITE SKIRT. was playing a Joke. On of the engineers -
.;..'.. $CAEVEN. Black velvet la playing a rather Important hearing the cry found the boy 1
Dealer" te Drop, Patent- 11.-42-. ..ftrida part upon the spring and summer on his knee almost unconscious. '
frocks, and a touch of It seems Touns Trarla' tongue was terribly J
I Oar Art XX Miami fla. dais ToOot ArUetea; Cutto** likely to be used aloost
Jigi. Meet upon any material swollen and froren fast toj the pipe. .'
Fancy Qrooers. Bay. Grate 1107 Avrn. D. .. ..NMlaml: : P'MR'E. or any model Black velvet coat 1 All efforts to release" him were futile '
and Western collars and cuffs, which were Introduced and his father was summoned. (
and Uapes Tsrtmieri.; C. SICK. upon the tailored costumes of white "Learnlur: there was only one way to
B sJ Estate.: Panama serge mohair cloth and linen save his. son he spoke to the engineer t

J. .. LUMMUSCoaler ,$ultaItSsadIUS Meats last summer, are once more ID evi and turned away while the[man opened 9
r dence. In some models they are supplemented a sharp blade of his pocketknife .
te Oroosrtos. Orate, 1-. Twelfth strort. 'Maml.fUWIIPSONVHUDDLESTON
by bands on the skirt. rut off the lads tonzue. Before Dr.Charles t

Bar and, rrtHlsTS.Utk ; ,, .R Uaude Adams In her character of B. Seal could arrive y the boy '

III Street. Klaml. Ha. a.l1IIt&&e and sntsasl- .Mall ord<(s receive prompt Peter Pan wean a bat that ha be- bad almost bled to death. (It I* now l
_- : ... 'i :L;'.l > .. ... ...?.,..1'n. Attention thought his dare will cost his. life. .":
M Twelftk sti+.sf\to Y1smI,visa. c' .. ,
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:THE MAONOUA OROCEKV CO. 1317.1319 Avenue D .... n._ I. ........
A. J. CAMPBELL Phone 28 M Miami. FloridaMod One of the strangest stories of the }
Dealers. te OrocerU. Bay aaJ DsatartaDrr Good. ''CMktec. > ; s. San Francisco earthquake was revealed ..
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slQor. Oran' '. Ornta mnilsategs.CU I ;ql by the Oakland coroner. Antonio

Ave'D and 4ta / KiaBd. Via." Anne I. '.kOaal. fte. l .I Compania, a fisherman was caught to "'
a market home on Clay street when i
the shock cam la his fright he robed )

E.: A. Robinson I TO Loan Into a refrigerator sad slammed the t
I door behind him. There !'WU found :
I eight dan later. '!log fails I the refrigerator

I IDars bad mad bearable tile heat
Contracting Electrician when the building was burned but
o. aL'aa ratAttaelses
t. t Ile Ih when his living tomb wa* opened Com

el. 216. 1019 Av >D Miami Florida : On ,Short or Long lime lies with a wIde white siltborder pania was only a paid skeleton of k
N, painted ID white and purple man. He attempted to speak, bat
.. Wsc gasped and fell dead. '
t'=? Easy Paments Borders of cra" a mats a smartoi.trut

i round the Colored silk paranoia I Awe ......... AttMfc'.sllss....
/ A green pongee plrasol with a tiers Policeman George Thempooa bad aa
f y yA inch border or emt.llrIeD acaJJoped and exciting experience( while patrollng his
Miami Transfer embroidered around the edge Is chJc. .
ddeCJSecurrty beat Seventh and Chestnut street. ,
!> Go.'Wirf OOBSXLZT asm. Slipper this sum er mat match tbe Camden. N. J- when a Bock of spar.rows .
gown worn with them. One call tbe attacked him. At first;;there were
1 come very popular and la called the ton expect to ee4 pretty IIIppen of
bout ,fifty birds,, but their number
Ji Company : "Peter Pan" In Ole shops. It baa a blue In the latest .h de of a dull toss were conntjntly Increased until the policeman
high and brim abort in
sloping crown
batter colored and
tappe
y was almost' Wedded By the
frent. but high In the back. In the .flow
rosettes to
with
green ones vigorous of his club be
4'; 22912th street, Phone No.:157 and 1121 Arenne D, Phone 110 .1 for Mend dented upturned brim at the left sidea match .n these hit In use besting them offj finally His face succeeded

Garage and St&bl11th street, near Are. E. Phone No. 100 I quill Is jauntily placed. This shape III color barmool black with wbIttt and neck were badly scarred, however.
makes a charming-outing bat In tbe aDd pale blue Is till anocllaL Then 1 I Ic.

and way of summer Jackets the prettiest are too particular pleasing effects In ....>.. t> Wad .t c......
Horses, Carriages .I I'll k Wire For You" thing is an embroidered Eton with brown aDd wblte. A most ivrrarVaMi case has Just de-

i abort puffy sleeves. Elbow It"nnh II ".. aDd lone gloves veIopnl l near Folk Statkwi. p. Charles
Automobilesfor Jaunty shoulder straps are Introduced seem especially apted to the old Laport. who Is about thirty: ; years of i
Rhone 176 with the princess skirt to cross the fashioned wide 111I bracelet which Ia age and who bus hen a coostant *uf- -

hire by the hour. dar. week'or month. Automobile storage thin blouses of silk or lingerie 1\"hl..b again In 1'Ol1le fever from stomach troublejtbrew up a
repairs and supplies. Agents'for tbe famous FORD au- c | BROWN Invariably accompany them. Thee The little dress the cut Is of pale wad of cotton.Vben a baby, his mother
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delivered. Special facilitiesfor ; HI straps are often of embroidery whir1 blue cllalllt' The plaited IkIrt and say,be stcffed a lot of cotton la his

moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets even train. Baggage Is repeated on the skirt bloused bodice are lananed with rows month while the was working at a
transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention. LCCTRICAL CONTRACTOR The sketch which Is given bet of DreadeD ribbon The ebemlaette Is quilt and she think lie ;must have
11J3 shows an attractive development o: of English embrol err. awaDo..eclaom.. Laport says h* feel
Ararae C. the corselet: skirt and one which ba IC clIOLLLT. Uk an entirety new being.I .


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f!!!!| Miami. Today Chnne fife, .'1
'' After der hanging.

i 1 MI t r Herr Wllbelm Baunigeuen, r
I 1 I i Pea-Rhine Dead county.
i I Wednes
jay Oear Fodder Yet: Thursday ,
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glnct I seen you In my ledJer of
recents dating I hat been very bus ,
i lneii making arrangement to rltnes
defs election return next reek, und
also der hanging vltch looked place ]
disSJ Teek today. Friday areSaturdy
t. i I,hat been making a bunch of acquaintance
\ here slnct I und Lena "
cattle last veek und now I know for
vh$Isa It dot high board fence around I
f'l des chap yet ... .
Ml you know dot feller Pop-on TitchisaS'to

l.., .. courts?be Veil der be clown 1st been in der toldlng circus me of this week we will sell anything in this line at hall price

do| rot he toldlt you In Pea Rhlnt
doM night mil his bum hind leg. und
bj 'chlmmlnnle. I dink he In not a
lla .yet He .III rannlng against a .j.jInfant's
; i hole bunch of peoples vet rlih to be

At Sewell'siare Sera In':Jot Merits.Merlti offices. but eggspeclally: dot fel. Infant's dresses, long 50c to $6.00 ,

must hart der fever In der
I brine for he toldlt me Then I melted jfresses, short 35c to $6.00Infant's
him In der Helluk's Clop drinking vot
Tasn't Taaser, "Hlney I am der clown
f In;Jer circus court" I toldlt him right ondersldrts,long 50c to $150 1
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straight l backness. dot so
.;::> ::7j : ... i Milts. I Jlden heard yet dot der electldjjis .
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'), (1/', .Jh'jIiI"I :' Infant's underskirts sbL 35c to $150
') f'i": '" t'/V' ; ." I A.i.i. has been decided vedder" It t :
t should be ndder Pop on. tInfant's
: '< >JL' ; ,' : : \: :' .pben he you salded. "Dot ....10. Hlney.1 j Infant's ffimon&s 75c to $1.50 -)
btti don't you know dot I am shoat as .
rell electloned rhen 1 haft such fine
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.:'''' I" .l'i.1 chentlemcns! rorklng for me as Chay SacqnesInfants 35c to $2.00 ,: -,
.,i A" MlckDlnnels. Cheorge A.MackSkln-
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I PeeRlley und Peers TUnses Caps, go prices E
..:: I SCbess.' I salded "dot's a fine elm.
: blbatlons That you gotted und Iff dheyare Above line this week only at half price j .
I. all rorklng for yon to be electlonedI .
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fjrlll hellup you hoe tomatoes next I .. ,,
springs. Dhen 1 salted to him '"Say i -4
Meester Merits, alnted dot der same I I
ciinblnatlona Titch rorked' last sum-1
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tntr for a Republican mayor in decay
of die place. against Chonnle
S.>''eJl. rich raa a demlcrlts."
Qverflowing ;t>hen he salted mlt a laughing Titch .
shuck him all ofer but. mostly In der
itdmmlck.. "Chess, mine boy, dots der
sane clmblnatlons but dings haft : QUAITERbN
dinged slnct1'' dhen, and we should e
cboln bends und play 'ring around der BURDINE
rosle und haff me in Jer middle of der

,game." ..,.. '
tphen I salted "Ii dis a trueness rot I

1 with good dpi sammie. der reasons O'Flts tolded be via In supporting der papers Twelfth Street Corner Avenne C Miami' Florida

Ppp-on vas Jot der corporations representing -," -, ,
Titch re gust spoked'offsite
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:. "dot is a trueness, und Sammie saidei .' .
--" : he Via a proudness to said dot he,_ j
d den get a single corporations vote. j
IjtaaJe decisions to go und see Samntte -
things g in the bargain Iii e und found out der trueness of dill
1' rtloDl. I salted to Chorgle MuffU. -
"Us It Mister Fits In r "No, by
gtflly "he said, "he is out-two thou T oOtl Customet
aid und me und Bill each a chob." sand
iss it a possibilities to make speech -
tilt him today sometimes If I am
', lucky r InquvlreJ- "Chess.- folded
"chest hat salted If
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site lucky." Dhen Bill he luckedlt up
: utad remarked nutting. ther Friends ;
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J: > ; -, : Dhen I rent ofer to der chall to TitBess '
:. _.Jt"i" ', .:., "...... ,"' .. -" .. '.. ., :' der hanging. Dhey hatted a Wck i. >
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"" "..'1/1'1"'. fences up und r dlJen decide to chump .
'... .'r 4" : (IfL so I valked around it- Der feller W. take pleasure In calling your attention to the Mlewlitg. UUmeat. :
f") : '. 1"f "\ j that vas to do der hanging business hewing condiUon of the Bank n close l of bueI..... May'tth, .. reported :to i ;
time up to der retirements off der the State Comptroller I .;
1 low und hung. He Iss now deat nnj You will nets oontln led Increase In strength and buaI".... Our J epoalta : .:
Shoes half pee reryrnn feels dot It las off der minds. are nearly. a quarter a million dollars. Our cull on hand and'In+' l i.4
f- at If vss der bestest ting that efer happpned -
banks Is ever one hundred thousand dollars or Marl, 10 per cent of our
In der town Then Merchants: deposits, when the law require only,20 per cent We have a respectable
Associations maJe Insisting dot der surplus, no bills payable! notes re-lstounted. In fact the ttatement
f \ '. fence should go up. I Till now clothes would be considered an excellent one, and one that we are proud of. | a
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We extend thanks
our to our friends for their liberal patronage, and f jj.
# | to go to asociety dances TitchUs pledge ouroolvea to marl their confidence In the future aa In the pact. I IRespectfully

Mlt entitled Inff from'ring Lena around und me der rosle. '. '. WM. I J 1' ;j

''I Shirts at halt; price I i. P. 8.-Mlt Der inspections Board: off,Public your Hlney.son Fakes, 1 S.ot JAR. R.H.at McCORMICK.OILMAN BROWN. PresidentR. Cashier.VkCvFrecldcnt -

Its going to bust up. Will wrote you rr f'n't:
about it later. i
Rep xl of the Condition of the "t
1 Fortunate Missourians


f Hats at half pr ce Ii% "iota When," writes I was T.a druggist J. Dwyer, at BOW Ltroo-'0: BANK OAt F BAY BISCAY > E : I j

CrayiTille, Mo. "three of my custom- i
-' ors were permanently cured of consumption reported o State Compirofler, Maw g 19O6 ,
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and are well and strong today. One RESOURCES A

,ws trying to sell his property and Loans and Discount .. .. .. ? .. .. .. ? .. .. .. .. .. .. ..|1454tQ IS ;
more to Arizona'but after using New County Warrants ,'. .. .. ....... .. 3,11161United
at Discovery a short time he found It Statea Bond .. .. .. .... ....y:..... ..,u .. ...: 20000 ,
Clothing halfprice unnecessary to do so. I regard Dr. City of Miami Bond .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -;:. ;. ".. .... .. '.4 .. LOOOM .i
.King's New Discovery aa the 'moat Real Estate Owned .. .. .. ....... ,7,011" ,
i ., wonderful medicine in existence. Furniture and Fixture .. .... .. '.. ... .,. .. ,.. ",".. .. .. S.11!$ 25SJM1S, (
.,". Surest'Throat and Cough Lung and healer.Cold Guaranteedby cure and Expenee Account. .. .; U .: ...... '".;..; ..i...; .. .. ...::.. ..4 1 ,

;. all Jrnggista. 60c and II. Trial CA H RESOURCES' ;
bottle,free.i la Empire.Trust Co... ..'.. .. .. .. ,.. .. ..mlIt.22
In Florida Bank and T Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 26,117 51
i NOTICE FOR BIDS In Atlantic National Ban'k .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 25M3 IS ;
In Vault ..... .. .. J, ;.%.v. ..'.. ... .'. .i ..--:. 18J4S. Of .- '" ,
Do not buy until you inspect these Sealedbids win be received for the .f
.; paving of. "th. street from the.east, -Total Cash .. .. :' .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. '.. .os.ot5.05.
\' : r side of Avenue D. to the Boulevard by .. ; ,
:: / goods (Ind'prires' the Board of Public Works at their LIABILITIESCapital I 1277 : ,
: next regular meeting to be held In .
the City Council rooms June llth Stock. .. .. $2740000 '
1906 8 p. m. Surplus .. .. .. .. .. SJOOOO
( ,:. We, can save, you big money, Work to be done according to plans Earnings. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 4,14747 .
and specifications prepared by the Certificates of Deposit :. .. .. 11.103 S3. .
: City Engineer and under his supervis Call1l. Ch.cks .. .. ... S.701.S1 I 'a
; Individual DepoeKa .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..21SJ10 42
ion.Each bid to be accompanied by a Total Deposits .. .._ .. 242411.08 ,.
certified: check for $100.00 and enclosed t
t"_ In a sealed envelope, marked "Bids 1277.ns,55I
_. 1 for paving 7th street" I
Successful bidder to give satisfactory
I, Jas. H. Oilman, jashltr, of Bank of Bay Biscayne do. solemnly ewear
bOtd.lD the sum of 1250.00: for
that the above etatemeSworn it Is correct.
} the faithful performance ofhis work 1

John Sewell <&< B ro. '' within sixty" Board days reserves from awarding the rlghl ofcontract I Ii to and.subee (bed before me this' Itll JAS.day R.H.of OILMAN May. 1(08.George .Cashier,

f to reject any pr all bids. 6omph Notary
i O. A. McKlnnon.M. I Publr
R. Kellum, President of Board.]j
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*****(***********************************.******: Real Esiate Bargains
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lGITATlNG THE HOUSE i ..

__ I HE GAME OF LIFE i I
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,, j! By J. C. Saxa We offer few caoke. properties for the HAt '10 .s., .

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HERE8 a game much In fashion think It', called\ ejchraThough : 41a follows3 'I'
l BILL MAY BE SIDETRACKED -
THE AGRICULTURAL ( I never have played it for plenmre or lucre), 10 more lots 1"4 -By Vto.r> Edition at SIM each, aftar-whl the
In which when the cards are In certain conditions. j price will be advancad to 1200.
, '" The player appear to hare changed their positions

'! t And one of them cries In a confident tone f 1 le: on 10th t rest near A vs. C, a big .bargain/ at ...........11800trttt

f.111ti1 This Matter Has Been Disposed of-Packers Desire J1 _, "I think I may venture to go It alone.1"fe ... 3 tote on Fifth each..:............ .......... ......$45040 j

1 j While watching the game 'tis a whim of the bard'a : House and lot n Third street 6 rooms, tine place, aasy term I1KM

P ,to Have,Certain Amendment: Made-Sorrow Over A moral to draw from the skirmish of cards Elegant home Ith atrwt ............ ..... ... .... ... $40c3Riverside
Andvto fancy he sees In the trivial) strife
R it' Adams' Death Tabacco.Business to Be Bonit excellent hints for the battle of life '
r, Where, whether the prize be a rlbbou'or throne lots ttn aalllno rapidly but we have a few ahote. sale 1
t Investigated-Rate Bill Lost. Thiwinner Is be who can "go It alone!" ( :
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-- When great Galileo proclaimed that the worldIn t

I I regular orbit was ceaselessly whirled Corner lots on Twelfth ttraat ..... ...... .... .......... ..$1 110

-.Washington.-June 6-jPopul.r Inter- trol of the Cuban tobacco crop by the ii 4! And:got not a convert for all of bill pains Inaida Iota on? Twelfth Street ... .... .... ... .... ......$1 000
: eat la atlll centered oni,the efforts of trust and the relations of the Trust Iti ButjpnlT{ derisidb and prison and chains,
, the House, to let aside provision In with the British American Tobacco "It aoves, for all that! was his answering tone; InsIde Iota onlothar atr ata.... ... ...... -...... ...... ......1710 ','

'. the Senate Amendment to the Agrl- Company, which is an international FoC.be knew like the earth, he could "go It alone Corner Iota on' othar itrtats........ ..... ... -5..... ....{.91000 "
cultural Appropriation Bill for an ade- off shoot both of the American Tobacco L T
quate meat inspection service in all Company of the United States When Kepler with Intellect piercing afar.
the packing houses of the country big and the Imperial Tobacco Company of Discovered the laws of earn planet and star. Remember that water sewer, lights paving and street railway will
"to do Interstate ..business.It .', Great Brit Ian. The Bureau has beenat An4 have lauded his
enough. an doctors who ought to : name.
be down there In the .. .. ..
> sixty ,
- will of course be tanembered that work on the investigation for Deluded his learning and blackened his fame 'Tall i iJ ;
the socalled Beverldge amendment uonths>and if it Joel anything like a "I an wait." he replied "till the truth you shall own," .
providing for this Inspection was put. thorough Job it will be at workfor For;be felt in his heart be could "go It alone!
f-' the;appropriation In the last several months more. But llr.,Garfield .

"hours In the Senate and went through gays cheerfully that he will get AIM for the player who Idly depends
It a through In a few weeks, and then for J. Tatmn & 'Go.SeejDr.Burnqclm
without a question. means very In
light packing tax houses per head though! of cattle It amounts on the big to I', some more revelations S. W1i Tb r never can never the value atone of for blessings inglorious! like ease these; J .

a total of about two million dollars to. During all the recent excltemenUhe
comfort the coward who finds, with a groan
'pay"the Tull force of inspectors" Of: rate bill has been almost but not quite
I That his crutches have left him to "go it alone
course the disclosures of the disgust lost sight of. It is well to recall, ,
ing methods In the Chicago packing: however, that it Is 'still in conferenceand
I There's something no doubt in the band bold-
and to you may
houses-tod the unspeakable'filth : Is-likely come out some time
.... horror of the whole business raised I i next week." There are several Important Health, family, culture, wit: beauty and gold.
such a storm of popular Indignation. features yet to be settled by Tba fortunate owner may fairly regard -
The packing Interests up to date have the conferees, among them the pro- A) ach in its way a most excellent card.
not dared to firM he bill In the open. I'I vision declaring pipe lines common Yet the game nay be lost with all these for your own

But, they, know that popular storms .I C'arrlera.ThIs I* supposed to be a Unless you've the courage to "go it aloner I The Miami i and Specialisi
are usually abort lived'In proportionto blow to the Standard Oil Company. I? Surgeon
their violence and It la almost a certainty -I Also express companies are to be, Jnl'battle of bosmeaa whatever the game,
that If the packers: can hold brought within the scope of the bill lit law or In love It la ever the same; If anffej-er
you are a tiom any Chronic Disease, Ulcers, Tumors, Caners -
off action on the bill and get a "calm If the House conferees will agree to 1d;the: struggle for power or the scramble for pelf
and dispassionate view of the situa it and some relief Is promised' to shippers Let this be your motto, "Rely on yourself or any blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head, Throat
tion" that they will be able to carry of various sorts by the provision For, whether the prix be a ribbon or throne Lungs. Stomach or Bowels, iaIndifrest'on, Rectal
their point. What they are fighting for aUe tracks and for rail connect The victor la be-who can "go It alone r! :f I Diseases, Female Diseases j
tiona with factories and switches. .
for now la delay. ..
The meat Inspection provision has These three provisions, all seemingly .; AAAAA '." '.R.,',.,',..,..,.'." '. All Latest Electrical Aids Homeopathic Medicines
thus been held up In the House and Important are still unagreed upon .
an the energies of the packers are devoted but as soon as they are, the bill wilr:' --- and a large stork of Specially ptepared remedies for Special work:
to getting the reading of the be ready to report. |! I THE BRIGHT SIDE.
amendment altered so that the cost ladles Maid Ali.js In Attendaace f i '
+ fi the Inspection shall be borne by the The LovlavlDe Nashville Railroad -
government'and apt by the packing will sell round trip tickets from I Upstairs in Metropolis Building- From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Sun. exceptcdLofton :.
houses._ This Is.a strategic more. Jacksonville to points shown on dates
The coat of the Inspection amounting Indicated; proportionately.. low rates
? about five cents a head would DOt) fro mother points. I
be a hardship on the Meat Trust and $30.45-Paris. Texas and return. f'
they know It.But. they do n/rt want I Tickets sold May Jrd. 4th and 6th ;
the large force of Inspectors In the with final limit May 15th. & Einig
first place. It would close up moat of I $20.40-Louisville, Ky., and return.
the avenues to law breaking that they I Tickets sold June 10th. llth. and IX
hare complacently followed for year. I with final limit June 23rd. By par'ment 1ALk
and farther It would enable the Independents ,. 'of fee of SO cents, tickets can ij
outside Inspection the which trust to they get government can- be extended until July 23rd. ( Machine Shop

$16.25-Nashville. Tenn. and re-
do only- In a few cases and with .
now
turn. Tickets sold June 10th llth.12th Across The River.
great difficulty. Export meat has to .
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In 18th. 1Jt.Ji and 20th and July 6th. '
bear government inspector's stamp r yI
6th and 7th. with final limit IS days .
be sold abroad. All of this .
to
order
trade la In the bands of the Trust from date of sale. By payment of I 9 (I ;* Willf repair your engine on short notice.Expert .
..and they do not want to be In- fee of SO cents and depositing ticket I'
". wrefered with. Now they know and same can be extended by paymentof Gas Engine lfen.Ve
everyone.else who baa bad a good fee 0: SO cents and depositing with carry
:deal easier to get an> appropriationcut special agent until September SO. dynam; coils plugs batteries \wire
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down than It is to get It Increased. $77.50-San Francisco and Lot Angeles ,

_ Contras might appropriate two million and return. Tickets sold Jane screws switchesLofton .
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of Inspectors, but aext year there limit September Ifth. Liberal stopover 1
would be;a1 multiplicity of good reasons privileges. Passengers can go
why the appropriation waa" entirely one route'and return another.) ,
too large and aa the extent of Dally May 15 to September 30th I Im & Einig
- > meat business Is growing steadily Inclusive round trip'summer tourist
H would not be long before the force tickets will be on sole to _various .
- of Inspectors would be untterly Inadequate recorts. Fun Information schedules, f f1
and conditions would be Just time tables ate. will be furnished oa It} t ----i-- --

the same as they are today. application to -W.I.uh.se aystara art vary small, and they are not fresh, either. ,
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a E. HERRING
Than HTa a toM thing thayVs mall, aint It. airrf .
'Fla.. Faaa. Agent LAN ft. R. ... .
There la a great deal of real sorrow r-r r w -S --.
over the. death this week of Representative 11$ W. Bay It. Jacksonville, Fie CornpJny

Robert'Adams of Pennsylvania ;:,,;; - __ __ __ _h ,_ __ Fort Dallas Land
. who committed suicide In his Death from Appendicitis
apartments at the Metropolitan Club. decrease In the same ratio that the f r SIRES AND SONS. nected wim the unnea BUMS anotreasury ,
"Bertie" Adams aa he was generally use of Dr. King's New Life Pins In tt at Boston more than forty f
known was a prominent figure In society. creases. They Are yon from danger Mayor UcCfeUaa of Vew Tort baa years and nearly that length of time fI
He wu a club man and while and bring quick and painless release takento oJdj fashioned quill pena la In the Important position of specie I .
not what la popularly known as a high from constipation and the His growing signing pobliq documents. clerk la the moat remarkable and accomplished I
, roller. was supposed to be wealth,.' out of It Strength and vigor always Secretary Thaw has a number of cola expert In America and Has on its Lists
, The last work of his life was to steer! 'ollow their nse. Guaranteed.by aU posh bvttons oa his desk. Including ODe has few tf any equals In the world.
through the Diplomatic and Consular! druggists. 2S& Try them. which rings Jirben be finds his visitorto Accurate tab'baa been kept on Baron
, Appropriation Bill which he did on I ba a-crank Rosen the Russian ambassador. Hue
"iffhursday. It seems that he had made The Southern Railway otters the Dillon Wallace the explorer the ba arrived In Washington, and nobody
np.hto mind some time before to till] choice of two very attractive routesto Labrador wed. baa arrived In New ever saw him without a cigar in his some particularly attractive dUes for
himself and bad only waited to get the Louisville: One via Atlanta and Teak from Quebec He is the first maa month or in his band Just ready to be
bin from his committee out of the Chattanooga; the other via Columbia that ever carried the man from Fort put Into his month except when be bo h residence and business plrposes. -
It thought that It woulJ be Asheville Knoxvllle and Harriman
way. was Chlmo to thatemer at Eskimo point was at a state function or dining and
aide tracked on Thursday In favor of Jnncttoajuid proposes to operate specsal Repraacntctiro Brownlow. who Introduced than be always smokes between An investment in Miami real '
the Pure Food Bill and Mr. Adams through Pullman drawingroom t
.t to the Speaker ant made a sleeping cart leaving Jacksonville at the bill to provide for federal worse estate is of
prong personal appeal not to have the 7:45 p. m. June 10th. llth and 12tk. car of Andrew Jobaaoo'a grave, la a safe; sure quick returns 'I'
bill pc>>tpoaed. He said that be bad via Atlanta and Chattanooga due nephew of bParson" Brownlow. who I
a I Important engagement to keep Louisville 8 p. m., following day, only described Johnson u Mtao dead doc la ARMY AND NAY Mn to..,.
the next day. And so apparently, he one night out and affording a daylight the White B ue.-
bad. for he was found in his room at rid from Atlanta to Louisville. Profeaaor $(Uae the famous seismologist The latest French cruiser has been
the club ia the early morning shot Through day coaches Jacksonville to was tn e first man to drive a golf named the Ernest Renan. a fact that JOHN B. RflLL Y. J. f. INGRAtt M.
Danville and Cincinnati operated via! would amuse the famous man If be t
through the mouth and died a few ball across pie Victoria falls on the .
hours afterwards at the hospital. this route dally necessitating only one I Zambezi river, this being done duringthe were alive to know It. Agent FO* Dallas Land Vice-President For( Dallas
A* change of can between Jacksonville recent visit of the British association Germany's army on a peace footing
The announcement of the Bureau of and Louisville. Dining cars serving to SoutoJAMca. laixa.OOO bones with the cavalry andie.000 Company MIami Florida. Land Co., St. Aft ustine. ,
that it baa meals en route. Service la carte.It with the horse .
Corporations under way a Higher Walton of the Darwen division artillery. Every
searching investigation of the tobacjp of Lancashire England can boastof In the German empire la registered and .
business appeals to a good many la Dangerous to Neglect Cold available for service
a anlquebcord.: Out of a possible ---
< feople u a thing that has been need. How often do we near It remarked: 425: sues 420 were recorded for him. The. Japanese army la recruited by Southern Marble & Stone Co.
"Ifa only a cold/and few days later '
- ed for a long time. But the subject a
and of the lie missing voters one was j conscription, but only twenty-five of
learn that the man In on his back with
, lance and varied that It Is doubt-
Is so the strongest and healthiest are picked k
in in the
America.Ane Canada one on j S. HOGAN STREET jACNSONVIi..EHeadquarters ]
pneumonia. This lg of such common ;
Garfield with all the
: ful If "Jimmy"
sea and twdjlck In ted. out of every hundred men called tin for
best Intentions In the world will be occurrence that a cold however slight;! sen'tInto
I for service. The remainder are
Joseph Chamberlain, the Englishistatesman.
able-to make much of It The Bureau should not be disregarded. cbamber.I'lain's the Budding Stone Marble
has undertaken to go Into all Cough Remedy i Jill have two notable .cele- j reserve. etc
tendency of a cola to result in pneumonia bratlons the coming summer. On June i The question Is being discussed In
. the ramifications of the tobacco business '
MOSAIC
the buying of the various sorts anj has gained its great pope 17 he will hive completed thirty years j London whether the war departmentor AND/ TILE WORK
of pipe, chewing and cigar leaf, the laritr and extensive sale by Its prompt of continuous representation of Birmingham t the navy department has the legal
:"relation of the independent compan- cures of this most common ailment It 1 n:the house of commons! and I' right' to buy and operate airships for FOR fLOORs. BATH ROOMS. MAN FELS. ETC] "

.,ies controlling the licorice industry, always cures and is pleasant to take. on July 8 1)4 will reach his seventieth i fighting purl l:**. Some suggest new Monuments General Cemetery Work, eta ,
. which Is of course an essential factorIn For sale by Biscayne Drag Co. and all; birthday; I department of national .defense--the
the plug.tobacco business the con; druggists. James fl. 'asar. wbo-has. been con "aeraJtr. Largest Works' Ua.zc.llcd Faculties I:o. Fu i..,. Pro.pt len-ice. ,x




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Hardy, D. Caisel anJ J. W. PI't.e.1
iCTilr In leghorn. About the crown b OFFICIAL COUNTY Clerk: J. M. UmsteaJ. Polling place, t

OUR FASHION IEITER.I 1 twist of pink silk which finishes It \'f Rouae ..... I M. J. YarboroughContractor
a rosette at one side. One once) pink
rose and Its foliage ornament the DEMOCRATIC (All Precinct ro. 1-1n.pecton: W. W.
Ed. T. and Kw.j
Marshall.- King
crown, and a pale pink paradise plume
i Clerk: R. A. Bryai. PoUliu and Builder
; The Bolero Jacket Is Once YON tope tile whole confection. Bryan.
.. place: Stranahan'i store. I
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Rectore Precinct No. Inspectors: J. B.
IN SUNSHINE AND a ADL A meeting of the Dade Count; Dem Wofford. J. W. Ives aDd J. A. Harp.. Btiider of the Palm Beach dotel. toM
The of this season II)
,.. array parasols octane Executive Committee w a bI, Clerk: J. H. Ollsson, Poling place
WITH PRINCESS GOBI simply IrresUtlble. The fluty, fllrta
WORK tious sort seems to be In the majority .atjltlami Fla. on the 14th lay o school! houxa. House Moving a'Specialty

for there are few plain sunshades It March 1908. pursuant to adjonr unent Precinct ";0. I Inspector: Paul i .

..a.-- ..._... D.t.aI..1 ..... evidence In the shops. On | ean'pa [((1IIe following call for a sjrlmarj Matthews, U Funnel and J. I. Pet Miami. Florida i i iDade j

...._-.......... That a... was adopted towlt: era. Clerk: J. A. Daughtry. Poring
election
i ,/ school house.
..ab sal lgt..i.. t. Flail [IKotlce la hereby given thai then place
Ar. a' .... I.I.N. Precinct No. Inspectors: T. L.
will. be a Democratic Prlmar: Deo Townley. H. Dale Miller and 8. L.

A useful fan for the theater hu i a III ton held In the several elections dls Patterson. Clerk: R.. B. MeLendoa Co.' Titlein

tiny electric lamp let in the bandU. tracts of Dade county ftOC'lWM. on Polling place Fair building. urance

making easy to read tile programnx. 15th. 1908. and If necesi iry 01 Precinct No. Inspectors: B A ,
though tile light In the BOOM an 41m.I Hardee Jackson
'gyp'a Jose IX 190C for the nomination 01( Potter Andrew and and Trust'-Company
Large biindkerrhiefs are being uei Peacock. Clerk: J. W. OaDa.,.,. :
aU 8ti te and
f fTBITz Democratic candidates
t- In Paris and have found their wa1; Polling pace Shone old store.
County, to be voted for by th DemoCratic
her wardrobe of I'OF'
erer Into the amar elector at the ago Precinct No. Inspectors: I .T.
; gene
Stephens, W. J. Dangherty, A. T. MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED .
Utra to be held November 60 IMC r!
\ and to be appointed by the De nocrat DuvaL Clerk: Thoa. MltchlL Polling *

lc:Governor of the State betwuen the place Tweedell'a HaiL I Paid Up Capital S 7 5.000. S4irpius:12,000.,1'
date of holding such primarjr oleo Precinct No. IS-Inspector*, Henry
Don and the holding of the nary Gossmau Wm. Anderson and J. Catella >
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Proctor. Polling Insure land title., prepare a1atractlof title, loan and tJ
election, A. D. 108. Clerk: H. A. -s V
:, 4I invest money on its own account and for other. Act aa
|The following officer are to 1 nom place school house
; agent attornej-in-fact, trustee assignee executor, receiver -
said ele ou twit WJL
mated at ptlmary Precinct No. Inspectors:
or (UUdiaD. Address all communications to
: caxrro2 a L : Scott R. BlackweUer and J. F. Cax-
f It '1 Representative In Congress, See on. Clerk: J. R. Horn. Polling place
anywhere, moderately speaking, froma oDd Congressional District Saxon' atone.Precinct S. Pattrsoo; Sec and Treas. I Miami Florid

hundred dollars to a modest ram teown |2 Justices of the Suprem Conrt ,
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No. IS-Inspector*: M. A.
one of these novelties, 12 Railroad Commissioners. t
t. Linen parasols are Just ai i modish ai fa Member ot the House of R presen- Marshall. 8. M. Alsabrook and A.C.
Frost Clerk: R. C. Stanley. Polling 1
they were last year and.as one fashion tttlves. I Wm. Curry's Sons
school house.The
place !
t paper expresses It. "the girl with nothing pi Clerk of Circuit Court r tmea
a year can have pretty and practical plied term. I voting shall be by ballot on
,., I covers of this kind (<<'the cost i:' l County Asseasor of Taxes. ticket furnished by the State and Key West RoridaHKADOUARTBRa
of the stamped linen and aj few boors' !l Tax Collector. County Executive Committees, and at
the close of inch election, the Inspectors FOR
work on an embroidered design.! Il County Treasurer.
[ Some of tile daintiest parasols shown 15 County Commissioners.IS and clerk shall proceed to canvass I II

are of white "all over": embroidery on Member of County Board of Pnbrtmary- the Tote ta accordance with the Ship Chandlery Building
1I cotton, the sort that Is, used for lie Instruction. State law and shaH at once forward I ,
U built 1 of ReglatraU n. i'the returns to the Chairman of the
gnlmpe A delightful example Supervisor Materials Of All Kinds.
I of wide flouncing of embroidered batiste. 1 Member of the Dade County Demjcratlc County Executive Committee.
'' Executive Committee or Pre- The assessment to be paid by the
; tne edge ruffled with rale !
\ Coal and Ice, Steam marine Railways, Nachla. Skop,F.rc* >
dennes lace. Talenclenneil motif arc cinch* NOL 14 and 7. rupee Irely. i various candidates shall be u follows

I Introduced through tile H embroidery.' 11 Justice of the Peace anil 1 Con- : 1. }:

The stick 1* a' light bamboo color liable in such districts aa liar* vaiancies. Representative ... ....I Sf.M h'
,>' 5'' mounted In carved Ivory!, with gold Clerk of Circuit Court........ 1(0.00 All .. nds ot repairingBoiler and Steam Fitting; out oe dons at t

bands {I' 3 1 Fish and Game Waroen. I Tax Assessor .............. 71.00 shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert skilled mechanics

In plain parasols polka dt effect are, The rule governing said / Tax Collector .............. 71.00 t
IUD popular a favorite design being a ulecton shall be the lame M thou County '!Treasurer .......... 71.00 I

colored ground sprinkled j with black, kdoptej by the Democratic Executive County Commissioner ........ 10.00
tI I and white dots. A charming sunshade Committee at their meeting held la I Member Board Public Instruc. 10.00 oungs' Pharmacy.

I* of black chiffon mounted over whit. on February Si, i 06( fortovernlng I. Justice of the Peace ........ 1.00

Ilk. Over tile chiffon tola' Tandyked State Primaries, > far aalacksonvllle Constable .................. 1.00 j
design In cream lace: j,} the same shall be spplicabl to the County Fish and Game Warden 1.00 INCORPOXATXD ,
Another attractive parasol is a friny bounty Primary. Those ai d only. Supervisor of Registration .. |.00

IfJ -, affair In lilac chlffoft cloth over white those persons candidate shall be ,hi.tome or-I All eandlate are required to Us a A Drug Store for The PeopleThat's
written application to hare his name
'nixctan uneven silk:, with the little pt fled! rubes
>articlpate In the liltS: the official ballot on,the
adorned with violets In a darker ton perml1to appear upon
I primary electlon.who ad-I motto and it has been the means of adding bun.dreds
women. These bandkercbleti ban and finished with cascaded frill of the : blanks furnished by the committee, our *
r elaborately' embroidered corners dam : material I lerence to the < *. accompanied with the tees above'set of new customers to our list.V, sell only the pur-
In delicate shades of cotton. : talon of the -:I. forth with Geo. P. Bull of OJu, FUu, '
The Illustrated U of
There U a new hatpin with a bead pretty parasol motifs, I' at. State aid county who arp by the Secretary aaj Treasurer o: the County est drugs. All prescriptions are filled by registered pharma
wblte chiffon inset with of Irish
exactly resembling a rupberry formed lace and lined with Boie du Barry laws of the State lawful eluctora ot Democratic Committee, on or before cists. We also carry the finest sodas and fee cream in tbe city
I''1 the election district In when they
of a clatter of mock ruble the 26tb day of April. A. D.1IOC.
!I i( chiffon. brier to who hare poll I
rot
t- Hand bags to match summer gowns I II IIA taxes legally due not paid tea The'Itemocratie County- Executive: 2 Doors North of Postoffice,
f;: are now shown In the'ihop made of GOODLY VARIETY.. I electtoiund Committo" ,hall meet on Mondav.May !
days before said primary
\! over embroidery with pink. blue oc' It would not take a Sherlock Holmes : who shall when challenged bj aa 21. 1906 ..f :!he County Court Rouse, < W. E. Youngs Pres
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green tint benettb. There are too : eieo-I In Miami. Florida, and publicly can
to predict that nine out jof every ten tor pledge In writing upon oath. ,
Iian;. dainty bag embroidered. white !!D- girl will have their feet Shod In white] fore any Inspector to abldi by nod I vass' the, returns and declare what
a with belts to match. i ii ud I candidates are nominated by a majority *
: shoes this summer. Eveij If the edict support the result of such prijmary" I -*
When a sleeve U made with a long vote for each county office and la
Ii : nominee thereof.
i shoes to match" bad not gone forth. support the
cull of lace It !> pretty to line tile lace shall be opened and close what cases a second primary will Brown
I the white kid buckskin ajul tnbroldereJ The poll I W )J.
t with chl! on.'u It makes the arm look I linen pomp are so pretty' and look; at the several election districts at the I have-to be held. ::
much'whiter cn.ll."o.." eILth. The same W. A. Filer;
so dainty with white Crocks that none: hours fixed by v the general election I
.t rule applle to a lan yoke. con resist them.. | 1 la.... The following nam personaare Chairman.Attest I
Women with large waists aboold hereby appointed Inspectors and : Geo. P. Bull ,
In the
There are many gray ; amps :,
girdle that II itralgbt at the .
dlrlct
wear a and clerks for the several Secretary.HOMECOMINO
to match the ,
(bop* gowns
..bottom In Ole back and shaped at the sp.r'.r ; *: elution I Sanitary

top. I I. Precinct No. 1- Inspector: N. H. : FOR ALL

Bern linen makes this charming prince Parka H. E. Stypmann and B. O. KENTUCKIANS 1
a ** corselet costume. TIle bolero Jack. Ball. Clerk: Curd BchroeJer. Polling i

et Is formed almost=entirely of Insertions I place Ball' 'store. Over '50.000 re.ll.u of the State PIumberi
of heavy ecru lace. The chemi Precinct No. Inspectors: Frank' '
aette and sleeve puffs are of white allover a ts w ,' Bowers. P. Kitchen and E. :C. Miller. of Kentucky have accepted th* Invitation i
of th-i Louisville Comn.ercla1Club
embroldl'r'ed1I"IaI... t Clerk: James Hepburn. PoIUci place
school house to its bar-.s-.mhg ceivliratlon _, !._;; _._!=
to be held In Louisville June 1317.
No 8-In pectok: Frank
Precinct
," SOME MINOR CONSIDERATIONS.New Joel Dean and Dan Con 190C.! It will be the greaser: gathering 1019 Ave. D, Miami
A.
Sheen, -
stockings show Jeslgns of floral
ever held In the stata of Kentucky
In the natural trove. Cierk: T. J. be1L Poling
,; colon.embroidery'worked place, old engine house and SGO.OOA has already been ,I 1 :
subscribed for aa entertainment fund.
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Jesse
Precinct No. Inspectors :
:.. Long black silk knitted glove are tougherty; J. L." Garnett and F. W. Wednesday June 13. will be Receptionand '
;: and smarter than, the silk t
newer Welcome Day Thuprsday June egg asT Horse
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t 0] Palmer. Clerk: Cullen Pence. Polling ; -Shoeing
weave we bare known. Them gloves place. Porter's Packing House 14, "Foster Day" In bonor'of Stephen .
kr come In nil the different lengths requIred Collln Foster the author of "My ;
Precinct .N. S Inspectors: T. M.
[ ,AND HOOFS SEE
by the modish short sleeves. Ontbe'.back DISEASED : ,,
Home Friday June J
II McRae, T.' J. Baygood aad I. B. Old Kentucky: ; )
.. of the band,ls an openwork dYA Taylor. Clerk: H, B. HoJgee.rPo 15th. Denial Boooe Day; Saturday F. LaFoutisee 708 7th St
design. ,Tbe twelve.button" length cost lug place school home. I June K Greater Kentucky Day. For ;
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.. $L50i this event the _
? \ 1i Precinct No. fr-Inipecfort; J. t.
Everybody knows bow It wears out ,
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r to wear with them a r new stocking, ,
i of shaded silk changing from black Jo

wblte and from white tp black at every want an absolutely water-proof residence, business block! or a building of any kind
turn of the ankle ,$ il !! you the
I A new Idea In hatpins to to twists we wi be glad to show you a water proof ar ificial stone that is the best on market

bit of pink ribbon on a common hatpin '
over the heed like a rosebud and fasten ""e w 11 demonstrate to you that water ca i be poured over the facing of fur stone

around exactly It like a green a pink lea i ?bud This.Uppe.Un will look and W 11 stay there until evaporated by the su with not the least bit of ab orbment by the tstone.

...I. > among the trimming O the bat ;t It is not healthy to live in a damp house, therefore protect the health of yourself
Evening shirt' wale i are mad t f
flowered ifflc" -trtmm d" wltn- ralenolDrngs -II and f mily and build a stone house. Plaster cal be put on this stonethus paving the expense

clcnnes lace_and tiny and nitre t
1 flea of the silk. The dainty and of lat in; and we GUARANTEE our ston will not crack or peal.Ve also( deal in3T

effective.!Eyelet work holds)J> ts own in" life& ],! Ceme t. : : DON'T FORG ; TO GIVE US A CHANCE ITO RID t

-GBL'S'UGBQWllUr. parasol world and rtlons of l ce|I II \ I

are even more popula than ever;Iith!!
and untying It- ,Now,there Is a new
cluny and It-tub" bean: used in prof u-
tie for the low shoe which does not I '
sloo, I
tied In order to fasten It
need to be
I The prettiest linen parasol 1 II pUia
Ton slip it through tile eyelet and It 1 except for a rather large motif !m-

fastens with a little catch. I broidered In each pa f'1. or perhaps In The ArtStone Construction Co
The polonaise has conquered. It bas
followed closely upon the princess I only one, with the tints cunning'!jy
Interwoven so as Dot be too con4Jk!! .
grown and bids fair to equal In pope I I
nourty plain. They re rather on :: II
larity.Tenches. I l I
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of cab '. tstl("
order a gn. ,
used -- ,
of gold and black to- I, S .
The child's i>:w icreation. cture.l: Is I
cetbcr are a new note on costumes. cuj

'. "tbeavy There surah Is an silk effort! for to street rush wear.soft I lIquares. an1'Uttot The deep collar oled. Is In 1fJl.I is' Office and Stone Yard Foot Avenue D. "Look for the Turn!{ ,in the Wallr. "

Foulard has again been brought Into. square Is embrold? a tiny apraJ:' '

r fashionable favor. flowers. The yoke I tucked... ,.. ud Jl< I ..
. : Tbe bat Li the cut Is a pretty glrli.7 s o.JC" J. M.. ... .. ,
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. tb t'the lady was forced to'd1acoe 1 -.: I .,


't > SubstitutionAnd herself Then In Billy the fair played unknown.finer than evor< I: Story of a String I I"I.m The Car ous Figure fI oThe 1= ._... "

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professions tie would not speak the worship-: --- --- -- BISCAYNE: 1
Weddings name; she ttu t guess It. But he won T i )

with, her pernihwkra send her a lette! only a piece of string but I figure 9 fa carious properties I

unsigned from the worshiper, one I have my feelings, and rm very grattfnj Some reader may be able to ezplab DRUG

Dy Marti. some tale sway{ setting forth all tha to Tommy for urine me from the them. For Instance, multiply by all1] .
McCvlkckWUlSamaCOMH0M. was In bla;neart. And she bound her other number from 2 to 9 and the sun
; self to reply to It-reply aa her hen Bre. of the two figures which make the total' COMPANY :

atr.xw071 da Yi wmJS. IX*. I* It"'. B. Caidntt I directed. Billy bad hard work to ke The piece of string lay coiled up In will also make IB. Thus 3 times 8, Of'1' .
Tommy's pocket and be was speakln 27. Is made {of the two numeral J
from shouting when he beard that bu up 21 f :
I ATTORNEYS AT LA'S Elizabeth crossed the turf so Ioathlb '1. by holding himself hard In hand 1 to a pencil, with whom be was 011 and 7. which. jded together make 9. ;:

WWpsoU..i.aie0.rta.I..asared.eMMalt..nttNM.aI.la&M : ..-a face and hurried off t friendly terms Another thing: Take any figure from I t
kept a
of proper
., trail
l p.AaMI laggardly left a waving consult I.jest chum, slra a very a "I never was aa nearly loft aa yesterday 2 to 9 and add 9 eoosectwlvely until ai I ::1
I ...... deep footprints athwart the de1r .
green dent "complete letter writer." be went on, "though I've art i enD number appears. The sum of th
O.BOXMT.: MU.!. !tat grayed grass. The line was blotcbed Miss Weir did reply from a fi feed a great deal In my time. Once I I two numerals comprising each total fa MedicineIn

BB MMSB B BlM HB BaBSS BiaBI here and there where she bad .toppeMr look at ml the started .
L heart Indeed, the heart slopped over WM fifty! yard long and the same u figure originally

L SEYMOUR H. r. ..TltJl SOC and bait turned about but from the.. bit-ahe called names-Billy's nan now!" I with. j .

:Seymour & Atkinson last and lightest of the blotches It ran with endearing variations. )More Ib "Tell me bow It happened" bees Take the figure 7. The first total ofT be #
straight to the wicket Rate In t e'' whistled down the wind his pleas the pencil plus 9 Is Id. !;the| second ::s. third Si medicine. ;careful

t:, Attorneys and'l hedge. The path to the gate lisl urouu I un worthiness-be was a demigod i "Once upon a time, though yool fourth &:J. fifth S3, sixth 61. seventh 70 In what you buy and j
believe me." said the string Now add 1 and 6 or 2 and 8 or any el
Counselors At Law.cLlat..o.loclrii almost under the library ,,'IndowThererore least amoQg men-she rejoiced" to hi I hardly
' she bad avoiCetl It. She u and own him, king of her affection waa a beautiful green waving plan the other two 4gnres which make act where you buy.it It Is 1
practic*I.all cowFidcnl. called I Ured In the coantr total and the result la always 7.
bemp. ; ,
I I Marry hlnft She would be happier i u
State sad not want to be spied upon. and. tboUJ.'b not only Important that
for there faa Look at the following
his wife than crowned queen. then and exrept one cottage One more : J
any
Rooms 5,6,7, Frisscll Bld '.,Miami the library commonly was empty untu "modest fortune" did not count at were no houses near. In this cottar, table where 9 .Is consecutively added ix you get the best values -

long after sunrise, she had come to b i Her tastef were even more 'IIfl there lived a mother and a father aDd rows to the figures 2,1.1. 5. e. 7. 8, IJ i

lieve there was no counting on "'bete and so oO.nd.1O: on. a dear little baby.; How I loved tha and 10 for starting points. Take colnmn but also that, you 1

G. A. Worley Miss Prudence Weir would be at aJ1 To do the lady Justice she knew Bill., baby and bow I should like to ace bin six: for lUu tratiou. Read downward get goods that give
you
1 the first jBgnres In each line and J
6r j- special hour. bad really; a handsome competenc ; again
Attorney at Law The wicket gave upon a lane weir also that|;be was no alnggard. Anal 'Well, one day I was cut down. That they run thus! 1. 2. 3. 4, B. 6. Read satisfactory results;we i

from envl''' war bad enough but there war won downward the,last figures In each UM ;
far
310}, Twelfth St.. Miami, Florid awl secluded yet a public passwi her own position war have a reputation for' ;
notwithstanding both sides of It be- ble. Moreover, she war dreadful to follow was went to a factory, and they run thus: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. 0.uiiuuitn .

t longed to Elizabeth's uncle. Dan. IIe' rrabbed over Prudence's tardy seal where I endured all aorta of torture. 1 d 1 / P11 furnishing ,satisfactoryand .4

, Geo. M. Bobbin bad been trying to close It ever slni e. meet. "Iler* you are a nagging 0111 and when at length I left It I waa no< u Ii Reliable I Goods.
n 1
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be bought the old Mears place. but lila maid when you ought to be a grant< longer a plant, but a fine large ball ot 1n zs 11 It a X t7 Sa '

TltusvlIie.FUuAttorney rustic neighbors bad held stoutly j i o mother-almost," she said now aud string."I 11 II II 1e a M IlD :i i
and Counselor their next visited place called a shot a a a ei *
their right of way. .So the young mf.n then brutally. Really the stars In a | /
: At Law walking slowly along the laM was Itrespasser course fought for BUly-BUly the w: and to this shop: Tommy's uncle came to n 0 u a a u siit u si N i 1

I twin pracuc.I.an Covru State sad 1.d... albeit be walked warn: regenerate who as soon aa be got the and bought: a toy ship and a Jomplni 711211 CANDIES t C '
keeping close to the hedge. Elisabeth I letter put]It In his pocket and box' rope for Tommy and his sister. ""h< S 11 aIII FINE r

smiled shamelessly to see him. ciw I down ou ijncle Dandy. !storekeeper cut off this piece of me to 11IGI '

t. Hudson & Boggs thai she bad really brought herself j ja i Just what, happened between themto j tie up the parcel Then I would has< AND CIG\R{ I 'ij

clandestine meeting she Was all ln| this day a dark secret Folks ou been thrown Into the fire If Tommy The same peculiarity win be noticed I

at Law happy flutter and amazed at her side beard first a lot of growling from bad not saved me." la each other column. 11
Attorney hesitancy.Yet 01fD Uncle: Dandy followed later on b7 At that moment Tommy's little hand Now. why cia the numerals of each: e i .t.,

Miami FljriO da t.U but nothing andlb! was thrust Into his pockets, and he total always make the sum we start I 111
Townley adding, she said imlllng up at her shouted laughter, Tel 3 Cor.
t sweetheart: "You'lnurt go right bac!k. until the'pair came out together with drew out a string. He and his slates with and Wh1i.aDd down units aid 12SLAve.D: j
n the fire In rather tens. Is there regular sequence of i j
Billy must Do you heart Mis Pet Uncle Dandy slapping Billy on the were sitting before I'the
'". BKAOOB.- : M. D., dence Weir sleeps with both ears aDd back at 'every. other step. And thla! disconsolate mood for It war a wet t' ngurea? j

a. UOse wltt 14 orf' .......* one eye open. Besides he gets l' war what;-he war saying: "We... cot afternoon. L.i. 'l'alkl.. .
r- / and I -Ufa ears cradle aald Dolly. !
d substitute Billy play
early\ more than half the to hire you a G. M. KES :
tHsaes Uth Itnttl and girls fan tube
8 know she can make Dandy belief know Jnstitbe man. It's Amos Flack- "All right." answered Tommy and i. good meat boys 1\y'

l *dYe.' C you anything In the world, except that be he needs wife if ever a man dUl+a be knotted the string and slipped It the bad habit ft talking In a loud tons I
YIAvT. VLORWLDr..James '. of TOlce Now the next time they 334 Tenth Street
f" ought to marry her." jHm preecher.wlth; fire of the worst chl over bis chubby hands. I ,
r themselres that let them
: Thafa pity! Skeptldsi dren colng. Any endowed proposltlo Now. It Is wonderful what an esdtng catch doing
a
and think of this, the ordinary \au*$ aM Repslr '
I M. Jackson Jr. on any other point would be less jiconvenient. will-be tempting to him. Besides. rre game "oafs cradle" can be when stop I .
." Billy Medwln sntild.* already detected him casting Ibeep's81ea played by two good little people and a human voice, ,speaklng to the open air. W... Wage.* B.t t. OrderiORSWIOtIN4Asa '
So trot alon friendly piece of string, and when the when It la calm may be beard at a
OfflcaConerl2diSt.8oJAreBMoors hurrying Elizabeth along the lane jti c up this way. yon
ward the woods beyond the main trailed and find Elizabeth while I look him n] door opened presently and mother I distance of 400 feet, and a powerful ,. !' .
o'lIaIctoI Half and voice, speaking with the wind when
burn that letter. came in she found them happy
road. It was not at all the wa1, And be sure yon
lIt It U blowing::.*ntly.; may be beard at
lost contented.
3 to 4 and 7 to 8 'm. be should go to go borne but some must betthongbt to have got
p. of 13,000 feet If ordinary
tell whoever lei "Well." uld she "I wonder U yon a distance j t.
r. bow Elizabeth made na: protest j;{ transit TOU may yon heard ,400 feet ieMmi
be aW&7.whaf.
tones can
Soon they were walking through dew there's going to be a would leave off> now, darlings and help
'
R. W. B RUSH.I sweet shade with blrus singing til up this way soon." doJbl'j me-to put up a parcel of toys to send the nab of straining your focal
chords and I deafening the people
D obedient little sick child In the country T
and sweet above their heada. A.n -res. sir; I wilt" to a -
I; Office m-Iith street, 'Phone. 4S. presently Billy hAd bis arms abpc ly. "But! ahan't tell 'em I had a baa Then she told them that their old I I around yon by,scouting talk at If the top were of Wooderfalnflamation. : ;14ekr I,
as
lungs pont yon
who bad married and gone to : your
Elizabeth and vrtut saying; with hi II In bringlBg on both matches. nurse, .:
Beridenjs.JOStthStMIAMI 1I1111n her hairHoney >.irl. I've bee Sure enough there was a double wedding lire In the country bad a little son who la a marl butg In a gentle tone always.It === CU '
,J'Lt / rainrodfat UL Bo willingly the children Is a mark of good breeding.Tberse.et i.y
thinking hard. Mi s.. Weir U the 1100 with Uncle: Dandy playing ras very
of their old and Cuts, Bruises Burns !
thereto both brides. made a parcel toys ii
there's
In and Just one Wa;
our path.
r produced his string to fasten ... Wl 4, Chapped Skin; 'Ronjpbnesa, Black. i
Tommy
)
{ Jill F. Mullett;M D. to"get'\\ round ElliabcO bcr""hatr Interrupted, UfIng Tfc. Tamltr .f .... Many persons.. If asked about It, leads, Pimplea and Eoema::::. Keep

bead little. Billy! looked!jo- Every :woman In the car saw him do itAnd now cornea the strangest part of would say that the thermometer' .to af omplexion. soft smooth and fresh j
her a
Office: Booms S and 4 among the leaves and colored taJjt11u ; It, and they told the men of their f mUltI the story. When the parcel reached'I fected by tl>4 wind but It la DOC It 'Price' 25c j
home &I child the string found, to its yon stand O the wind can blow
,Trle.tllBuIMing he answered: "Oil. we must shb\ abojttt It when they got I the lick you I
? weaker has no inc)o that It bad come back to the freely over yon feel the cold much Sold
the sex
proof thai rreat joy bj Biftca/ne DragCompany
Boon 10 L'm. to It m." S to I p. B Dandy bow deceitful sbe la.
when sheltered-
do
She'b I more than yon say.
Dopoly o| vanity. He bad on gle ci tame little child It had known long o.I ,
would :
him believe It
; Residence 111, lOtb street. made the of a building-bnt It Is -. -, -
thin It that fitted rliwely. As soon as be ot I am so glad to say the boy soon by corner ,
Don't p
r let me bare you I
t| FRED BUTTER would shake you.his faith In her Ifjb I ...edled:1n: between the fat man l d crew well again and was able to playa luterent with a thermometer. Try"It We are Now Ready to>urnlsh i'
by banging two thermometers one
take bet the tliin-jvoman he took them off. i'the the fields with the other children. up
she to me
knew was willing
j pcrgco' I::t 1 s: irtxd there 0 o I, iLj as for the piece of string. It lies In the wind shad the other In a sheltered -
i I: Qtoeral Contractor. self r Elizabeth shaklni body wowkl: have given him a sec 11.1 featly coiled up In the cottage window.A place near by. and you .win'findthat TrtbuneSnell\
exploded.
"
"Billy.
i temperature
,. mark the same ,
they
Grading propose *ouFhtj| r.t tt.rr jr-.l of t!:" IIJ 'ciaosa'
--:;..' with laughter "yon wouldn't dare I everything else being equal. Wind to
Blasting. ? x "'nr r'c,* I': reale ul Ter Telepb....
Wells Drilled Sidewalk to her. Can yon lire through i a merely air In motion. and the motion and other
:r .breach of promise suit? It only dot iltlon. p; :be miunte his hunts re. First, get two tin csns-the small I does not mate It colder: You feel the ,
the bared be>t3-: ,k t'"rt rni tam bs la.BIdP. faking powder cans are beet-take a
It! But In
do never
could ;
fi yon J pored mil slip'ml: them on-t!' < I ong piece of stout cord free from I cold more sensibly when exposed to it makes of Bicycles
world
W. C. Maynard can. I ret because the current of air takes heat
be! llffprwi; fin'-r* Tt r'.cyiht : dome! : knot for the wire; take two burnt
"Sure won't "Jealous UIr
yon ...... I sway from your body,.
:. -Ji.-
ORADUATEOPTlCIAN asked pinching her ear. g : natches arid after punching a bole In s
; face at him she lbo'a! 'R. "!1:1: tty! Tint tAc el he center of each can bottom put the
i.: With"Maynard Son. Jw.l I.re She made a M an ; fg 4 Pat Get a-t.
: Iwered: "Just yon try I:. -r:::;. erei :oU '. >"'...- .;.'--. -'.. ui1. :Ctn'o :- I card through the holes and tie a match
ar..e D K it to Port Ofllc If the worst happened yon got: angled : Iii' "'' 1 ?J *TT Jf!: hI'! I tick to each end. The cord (wire) a I
-
past getting ou;"':1 staid bar &t uouo.v. llt. KJjwi-J it loo. Ibe |I' lHr I. Ibould.be rubbed with resin to carry

t GEO. L. MCDONALD least the heavenly atl :jlctIa:: 0:U: w. ><' I' 1 1fp """* fJIJed d. he sauna If one person will stand atone 1
-
big she had showed herself to IuiJ 7 *rolf.f'tP"'n-\\ mliiutrs. and ittvery end of the line when It la drawn

QtU b&Jr.eer the cat abe la." j n&renirnt of hs: binds a sbo eiif 'I ight the one at the other can bear a OYpi '

Ii, lar..yt.g a.d s.b41..141q Lasds a'cpwialt "Trust me not to art tangled." nl1 man eoloreil stan glinted from the : 'rblnper spoken Into the can at the .

COCOANUT.GEOV1U I'U.t protested Wbat true lie a'.J: Arne larpe stone At Fifty-elghtl I 'arther' end of the line. ,
astral entleJ. l' f .
strictly material to tliis 1II1.t itreet the UbpUiy! re- i :

C. Dci.AKMOAyolilteot though It sent Elizabeth home I sly the rings were removed and de .... Jtm... .*... Mlk*. I ';'
f. WALTER with happy erN and the color Iatld Malted feln his walstcast pocket I j thloves IB an empty room w. three The bicycles land{ other !
'," were drawn on again and the always like .
roM. 1f Play the games we goods are the best stan
,1. can left the car looWng the satlsfac And count to see who "If shall be- f t
'
Jon he\evidently felt at having nada Aaa man&. mona. roll. dard goods onfhe market
Ofttlmes fortune favors the daring I .'
k 1210 Are. C Miami. FitTheChdpmanhous The execution began'' with his rHcue an Impression.-New York Press. Round and round the rhyme will go "
.. lartford and other Tires.
trlk ,
ErVth final word hall
ot the pudgy Miss Weir from a raa Tk. AB.ek** Are ,.. rrklMT*. Counting fart or counting slow i I II
sway that iras not In the least dan- The Apaches like many other N>rth Barcelona bona .trlk*. I Coaster: Brakes; fitted to old
rerons but which raTe her a mortalicare. vLItU. :
Of course he went back imericah tribes are sun worshl] n What It all means no one knows. wheels, All,work guaranteedlest
F. W. CHAPMAN. Prep. ; pith Pat PnghB
tell them that the sen Iathe pack
Their nifths Mixed Ilk a peddler's
GwY.w..nd atM (TOO pr da tk**.OMB SfMclal fora of by a tk koat.* wi Lccaud !plaID bet to elaborately the gate stopping that be there bad to some!; ei j all ([:powerful deity and to II all A* from UP door, to door trackNow b* co**- I And* lost didn't his knew shoe where new wheels, for. rent i .
Han war trow.
17 vilM oU 01 Pal. Buck tkSTMt addressed. On >lni .
gut Coat Caaal.. io..tile piiupvl low Incurred the applications are gt ToBndlt.K i231 12th Street [Blue Front atCarrot
I ldi aad wtaur rardrat of Soat...... rioridifioad Daniel Goodwood and been forbidden Into battle planting w* guess, and now w* doubt. cot bl pa's boot i
haatlaa.atktmc"OCML batkla cattle stealing expeditionart Words enough or words w* lack. To put on his. toot.
D.lray. FIorMiA. the premises. That,| of course dare Ing on asked a look with favor. Thai Till the rbjnntn brings about. But be lOt tat, I Clilerritt .
ilm'excuse to ask If he might Inquire sun 1s to Welcomed with a farewell stoat BahlndltlWaaUacto & /
beHeve future world la orovi *Post
b7 t letter after Mis' Weirs Malta: ther In a Hamco balllco. w-wt-wo-wack. set I
by Jhelr custom of, killing b reel -- -- i 1
W.: Graham Due letter quickly' and easily bred, an- -- :
and burying them, u well as heir -
other. and from writing It was bat a : ; i
r Contractor and Builder lisp to meeting, either In the lane tr in I lothlaand: Implements of the chase, lr I

Satisfaction lie wood beyond'and talking of any i for Ilfein the future world. Not [only VANu f

Gnarantoed.' hinge the medicine men but the people lalm -WILLIAM B I ,
I
hold'communion with the Cblndl. or .
to
Miss Weir was rising thirty Just fire i
Let-.ageso.ya Kl*>rac rworkudtinyaaeei'l ... !I ears BU..,.'. elder but M> light colored i 'pints yt their ancestors. The are ,
eaU..d*M rude.a. .LI and plump she nattered herself It ook-! allO gr at believers In omens, ilslana I IN fOREIGN LANDS .' "

td the other way. She loved ease and and amulets but are very con- .t'i I .
nnsequence-witness that for fire rTvatltje. and It Is with difficulty that I' got weot 10 reed M.r. Brg.s's ktten 0( r0rd9. Tr.vesow/ L't. T4y I ?" t ,I .

Expert Typewriter earspast she bad 'been trying dell- one geti them to discuss things s iperatmatf is the time lo'.bsaibc 'or tile '.auao.er I II ,

ately to marry Cnde: Dandy. SheE bad I, They will not talk about God I !
Repairing inly! succeeded In becoming after a: among; Jt'1r own people with fan Illary William J. Bryan editor of The Co money. wiled from I .,

ort his social watchdog. j : andfscarcely at all with the f hiteman.Et San Francisco September 27 for a year' fist abroad. In the I,

,(v. c PRESTON. He had a great opinion of Ellzajbeth.is 8. Curtis In Scribner's.. course of his tra"cl"Ir: Bryan will visit he following Darned ,

304 9th St. P. O. Box 311 heiress, and wanted to match her :!t countries; i iI iI '

t't l weD If she war to be matched at alL : Tli. Crater of Ik. G..... r & Kolb
lisa Weir had about lost hope o< Un-: i it The city of London Is said to fc t the HAWAII JAPAS RR TISU ISLES iI

Emil A. Ehmann cle Dandy when Billy\ nine 01cene. the nterjof t the land hemisphere o'' our CUINA. lNllA I'll i.ll'PINEi9LANIr .
,
'!. I Billy knew pretty well all iheretime lobe. tn other words. It Is cUumed AUSTRALIA EGYPT. I'A ESTIS.. I

Architect .rat to know of loveinaklng. This that a radlas of 6.000 miles on tbeirved NEW ZEAI.\ II. TURKEY I
I Ibe .
I GRtFCE. .
Sl'AIN ITALY '
cbose to tuake It In hypothetical ;kurface of the earth wouU de- I f
FRANCE. NORWAY
L west Palm Beach Florida ishion. He bean;; Impersonally, de-'. rrlbe \ circumference Inclosing (more DENMARK, Rt. sl.SWJWES.. IIOLLANUFrom REAL ESTATEBARGAINS t .,
cubing a youn; fellow who had net land. from London as a center, than

h1a. eyes and heart. nl.on one i far I from any other city on the planetl Seval each 0' the countr.tI named Mr Jr"au will write letter I I f y'

Merritt & Kolb bore his deswrt be bad become lulteopelecs other places have been cl lined describing hie ohat'rntl..n" and dealing parti ularly with tie political MIAMI FLORIDA ,>11'

of wlnntnjr her and had depended &i th | 'U Ie of the globe."l la aul life of the countries vitllt..d. I'
'
Red Estate Rentals, etc to trli:lag with mere ordinary Smlth.5tbe famous "pyramid aatrouoler. I These Irttrre will hr published in The en Rlont'r, and Lb..e who ;,
that the desire to read every; one 01 there I..ttero .hol d l..ee no time in subscribing -
Estates Managed elrl. by way of Cl'.lnj; : aa IIcblnF1'01:1. I gfmleavorlng to prove
!r- Then he plcturt'tl the lady. Her eye i rrkPt pyramid Is situated on the Center for Ir. rJ'ah.tI paper.The .
** IAye. C. rear 12th St.. Miami. Flu.I I
rere beateii Mae her kin all 111, and : xit
use her hair like spun flunshln her nips ;It was claimed that the mple I ) a l..ar. 81 .1...aal arrangements wit the pubiteher we are .
I DR. E. M. LAW once a Cute. But that was as ncfthlng of r Delphi! stood on the "navel of theahverpe. enabled to otf..r for II short Lime (.nlv. the Commoner and the Miami. .
beside her loftier charms-her son I, her I : ." Several of the petty 01 lentnl I Weekly Mrtropoli.one ).n, bulb for ftOO when paid in adran e I

| DENTIST Blrlt, her anjelic! nature-which made: klnt\J.1ips have lot different time'! lalJ< or WI will C"nd The Commoner slid the Mea I lisily! It"rrf'rolil forcue
I addris' for fllOO, the rt' ular prier orJJt' Daily '
In
a mere ordinary sinner grovel la dust : atmgo being "the universal ctnter.: year any .

; Finley BII.t:;, ng rhenever he let himself feel whkt te- id atone! time the Chinese ilmed : Metropddisdone.AdtIrre i
Q. icrtty It was to love her. Thus far that the celebrated "porcelainas p ,oda" I aiI orders to ''IrI'r lI., c... M1dIl. f .
Work Thoroughly
k i Artistic Executed Illly got by the end of the .second ... the center around which th .u. I ..I iI I
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week. Naturally\ It was but TftQe later moolld stan revolved.
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THE DAILY, lIi.II' METROrOLIS WEDNESDAY JUNE 6, 1MM TWELVE FAQtli
PAGE TWELVE

%,.. growl, la the open then betas ax '
i : QPESTION/ S ANSWERED necessity protection from cold anj. -- t' '

Florida East Coast Rate) ., ; / there Is thus a saving of*' about DMhlch Political 1I 1

I t I an acre i 1* the cost of sheddlnj

further rth. There are ten to twelve
n
._ Local .Tune- Card No. 66 In Effect April 16, 906., I ifbrmation ol Interest to the Prospective Settler, thousand''plants, to.the acre and the I Announcements .1

| Miami and the Southern fruit brings In the neighborhood ol
SOLIU-BOUND-READ DOWN NoRTd.60UND-READ I 1F.o.u i Concerning .
I", from 60 dents a dozen for Red Spanish

NaD.U7' .... I I I Portion of Dade County. to 25 cents a piece for Porto Rleos AaaoancvnifOI mi<)rr thi*......t l"
a ITATIO S. .. will lw lawnnt i ulit after th !>w
Der j D. : >The percentage of plants fruiting Jc-- crane Pnmsne..iM the Daily Mvimtnv.ly .
I I Its for flO.OO: IV nor Mrtrupoll*. .*...,
/OOpm Iloam L. J.doo..t1Io: r 1lSpm 47u f1&a I i penJs up >n the care and judgment exUrcised in both 'bo If and WMklj M*.
.I OPpm .2IIam" a nthJackson'U1 L. 717pm ""...Ii.lur fl
7 ) pm II 4( J ". r., .. ...6t Aneottoe._ / lipsSons : I I: their culture, some growers \ .
1111ia.1 .. ...... .. iiullu.....__" INpm (0aa I I Positively ....... will
sum Atpm 11 ..m "_ __-E.a I'Alatka_........._...._." I m Ilona3pm Set many Inquiries are directed to' iences of civilisation! as electric llzhu, I having lucceeded, In securing fruit twiaieruu, ua lcanh. Iii atcump-uwU: <-mrat bj tb.

/ a ... .palao..a L.LY 416pm her J tetropollg by prospective lettler.I water works sewerage telephone eye. !from 90 I der cent. of the plants In theiri d
7 49pm 11 IO.a _._..._____ P.latk....._.....-...-Ar 145 m I esaapm
Ar_ _6aD X.1eG L.LY : IT hdme seekers concerning condltlonii toIJllr marl delivery.three newspi- I pineries

/ 11am ___....._BaD-laleG- ....._..._.__ ....Ar / >a _- ; !+Iug in this part of the country. ;pers, two national banks, one State I Lands i nay be purchased from IS or ..
.:..._ -.L. a '
Ospm 12e2ps L... wr" lip. e 10ua i 1 iodine burden of correspondence en I bank, etc. It baa }mile of beauuta I f 10 an a re up depending on proximity For County.Clerk
l4po$ lll1po .. Mud I aao.m
10 O2pa 124pa Dartena-__" l upon 4am I ailed thereby hat become to heavy.j' streets of naUv whit stone It sa, to rods and shipping point Good To the Democrat! ot Dad Coraty:

1011 lo Up.m f 1 Ispa a Ar.- .___.....___.N.ran... Orwe IlJ1yrna.! ._..____._. -- a' $L'pm P'" k t/ ran liar ;' bad!.e have attempted In the fO&o.i practically the terminus of the >'loriJjE :lands 01 p rock fOIlS within S miles of I take this method of announcing

I *Oam 44pa Ar La t.lleleaLi I aopm fps 1 mg-jjirUcle to summarize inch Infor East Coast Hallway, for though an ezuuaion Miami may be had for ISO an acre and my candidacy for the office of County
.. __ .__ ._..t" 12Mrpm1140aa I Clerk subjectDemocratic 14 the action of the k
Or.nceYty.
t 119t+am 45bpm
1 m ,.._'__OraDr'('II,Jua..u". ....,.__.!i" 1715 m41pm j :aiai-lou *f Is most important, and tcBaiter of the road has recently been sometlm s less than that sum for land prim}ry and will appr

_. 1o IOpm L. ):iPW 'mym.-__.........Ar 105pm 4 Osam ttte questions most frequently built penetrating the farming lands not Immediately on a road. The same cut any that my frieodsRespectfully.
-_____(.s Illll_... L. I4Opm .
U 11lupm.upm 11pm I l.pm Ar.._....... .._.....Tlln..I11..:_.__....__...._. 2 &pm I OD.m10aa ,ask 8d. It Is hoped by this means that forty-flv* miles south this I* merely qua.ity pf !and farther away from can glue apT .

as.m lops ffi.___ "enford fmni4........___._--ib...;Ar Ie 1 bSaa m i t 1Oam mII /a sample copy of the paper, of which J a feeder to the commerce of this city. tran.porJ& facilities can of course r T. Jltn1tt.I .

fps fpm L. 'JUu..lUe .....\f lo.'l'm m12$1&a auadreda h are sent out. will. In mOl, Her are located the steamship dock: I be purchased for less The land Is unpromising I t.V
t Iipm _Coeo. ...Ly 1 'pm 'I VmU$4.a cases Intended bet, !of the Pit O. Steamship Company. in to those aecustomed For County Clerk
21am the appearance
I pm lind:''''............._ 190pm serve purpose
104.. 4pm 4lrpa .. _XiPlbnurno Eau: GaUIe.________ _." 12 124lpm rpm 'l-J'Iam 147am1lMm ivr, han a personal letter. Specific Information hose. lines are operated to Key West to the deep, rich sons ot take this m< ,thod of announcing ,

1 Ism f 1Opa 41.ba.U.u 11 5"-am 26.'Ia..,. may obtained by writing to Havana and to Nassau immense other Sates, being rocky and sand myself as a caajldat for the offlc )
,4faa f OOpa 6&.L""I. ._.- 1011I 2001I' af: Clerk of Court for Dad County }
Otaa / lspa : sort Plea. .. __: 101twm t bpS m o |&y of the real estate or other firms wharves, etc* are being proJect., to yet resets! can be obtained from II subject to the action ot the DemoenUa !
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__.rTlblal' == to Iam 1PpmtsMa
.. $Done /I41pa$7pn ._ Eden -__ ". 10 slam I Upm chose aJverUsemenU appear in taijkiaplr keep pac with the vastly! Increased far In ecesa of the returns realized ;primary. | F. w. Haha

I4oaa.cps Il&a / sips Jensen aWar4..r....._.. 10 10 OHam akin 0 1OPpme Mtpm ; and the best way to become fa'inilLr ";'f I maritime business that most follow on from the more fertile sections of the I

4 4 loam. 7 74opm!!pa --- WeotJupller Babe Sound -- II IL4m 74am OWpm11am 0 2opm44s with local conditions, progress ''I the deepening of the harbor work on couniryj Fertilizer uust be used but! FOR CONSTABLE

115pm .. Well PAlm Beaeb h e 4hm 010pm4s .n ltrle. and current happenings which Is now actuary procreating An the return* .more than justify the expenditure Tenth District
..B.gntou _" I2.km IO1pm
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llI&a I41pm I lops _De1mr.----n- M 1 \2&ta I Wpn ..bile contemplating removing to this I appropriation of 1300.000 has been secured InvolvedPoop' I hereby announce myself aa a aa-
..... .. ._ L&uderdal___ T 2IIam IIIpm didate for the
I.- / 4opm ron from the for liarI offlc of Constable la
.. througn the Dally government > of and industry are
.17.. .47pm __lima__- 71\oam 760pm section, Is reading : energy Tenth District of Dad
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1 O'Iam .lIIpa Oallandal.__ T oroam. 1 t9pm the former bor Improvements and the Florida heartily welcomed and the country's county. IUJeet -
Metropolis I
Urea 10 Sl'P" -_ 1 mon Cl17. 4 4.m 714pmt ur4he Weekly to the Democratic: primary and
t\ I Was II Lpa Ar )fl.ml L. 41.sin T 0spmI 'hCh will be sent to any address East Coast Railroad 1s also pledged to \ nt being practically just begun ask the support of an friends.Respectfully: ,
jf my
L :. .. _) uml..--_ :AT OOpa ?: j
I r IOltam Ame.te.d.........__:Le 17IOpmt ache! rate of $5.00 a year. $L25 foi j expend a like amount. Thus 1600.004 there is room for a-1 to reap the I .

I tare months; the Weekly a large ;1* now being used for this purpose and benefits which: must ensue as the r*. I W. J. wuI -.
ItnfM F rlotC n on Darns 9 sad 7S-;; Buffet SUrfof Ctr on tnlai n and
t Duly.1o,$bundq. 2 !IPige paper-being mailed for "..60f :It 1* a moral certainty that further appropriations sn't of i uch cevelopment Capital finds

'; llN Nat/Na111N..20Ne.2 I Nlr a ar. I I will be secured until the here m< it profitable investment, wall FOR CONSTABLE

: r v1aL D.Y, a..l7 1 .AYPOn BI1NCM.JackwotlIl D' .' a.dNon. fat.ay I: THE. Cm OF MIAMI harbor Is In a condition commensuratewith labor Is in demand indwell. paid People T- >;h District

+1 MIr 1w.sl 1 eI fc. OHIfI40t Dan! +n0K : out of tie wilderness BIB Its importance from a commercial ; of moderate means who come here I hereby announce myself as a candidate .-c.

!prang !, geographical: : and strategical and bof, a small tract of land make a for the offlc* of nstsM* IIi
t0f 146 stop !DOp 1000&. Lv ._ _____Ar TOO | lOOpOnallJOp OOp 1701 .mfrs ago, the railroad having reached the Tenth Justice
Slap 1/ {lop !ap'le.' -__betJaek.oD.tlh.LT I55 111211 d2plip: standpoint-an Importance recognized modest home. set out fruit trees, sad District of Dad
_" nil April 15, 1811 Prior to uu county subject to the
SMasiia JOp I40p point Democratic
IS(Op 7M I4op'cep10astB.bloBeaeb prt-
by public: men at the national capital, while for these to com IDtoarD&t I
acting
SSISSI
aessp f hasp l45p w44a ntk Aeaca TbfelllSp7uaUOOo Up ,
.- one store whose trade was priA- nary and ask the support of an sir
y* I1 I UIO.u.May ort L SOQa OOp
} and by all who will study the iucauon I ; engage in trucking are au Wends.
tPtJlr with the Indians, and a few j Respectfully
FBQKSDLAI,ACT OCCIDENTAL STEAMSfflf CONNECTIONS AT BUU.ON : thu. port and Its relation to insular i ways without exception, successful. John F. Denary
.LWred faiie, eking out a precaro -land
South American commerce to I And this surces costs less effort than -

'" Uaaectloa Mat at Waal with Sttssuklps ef th* ...t 0. S. S. C. sssry .s livelihood by wrecking and th* say nothing of the vast trans that Iu other parts of the country while A Mountain of Gold
:,iiuf of cooatie starch wereoi'
&ci
must spring into existence upon the the climatic: conditions render out-door
t Havana and Key West only jvidences of civilisation. Onrely
.j completion of the Panama canax work possible every day in Ute year. could not bring fas! much happiness to
Each Week. Za, mtt Miami was incorporated the wM show the tie Mrs Lucia Wllke. of Caroline Wlal
f Two Sailing A I'anon at map with health benefits of such aa
j? city furnishing perhaps the only is did ODe 25c box of
Bucklea's Aralra -
i most casual observer the possibilities open-air life thrown la At the
Pssf same
Ttdae DUctwrg* sgers at Ship's Sid. N* Traswtsr. '" on record la which a mil Salve when it completely. cured
oltance the future holds for the Magic City time, people who are enjoying health
IPii ............waJ a.me_,..___toarme. l4ged city cam iato existence wlth- a running sore on her leg which had
........ r--.bt that, MS._1'- tai Three SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES and m'erate success la their present tortured her 23, long years. Greatest
t111/bta eruaa1Wlna"a a town.
first having ueta
._. .. M UI4 .
M atU
pag Jill abodeiJkad better stay where they ar*. antiseptic healer of piles, wound and

Pw C4)f7 W th* LOCAL TIME CARD or Other .......u.i .a1Jred registered cetera are required Miami has one of th* Del public There should be weighty reasons to Influence ores. 25c at an drug ltorea.LOW .
b'entitle anj cuuirnonliy to b* ca embracing .
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT." j jJ. anyon* to make a move of such r
i i t tlty. i lta tu-a last number cotstl- the common and high school courses. Importance [PeopI..1Io have made

D. RAHNER. Auto Orat Pas*. AU 5T. AUQUSTtTfc PLA.r. sting a iv-a At a meeting held for The buildings are large ana wjl ven- urei .
J ui *lwh.* arm mot like .>
.qi pnry.MM uf incorporation three Ulated and there 1s tompeteat corps
; __ very successful hers. InUlllgeac and I
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If .tj one h- I &.IUI1L after the first of teachers A Catholic convent, second i
Industry> are as essential t* good fortune i
raia .cuiril .uiauu. 144 vote wenset the State tail
In is
to none in
her .* In any other part of the
.
Th gasaoa.era. n"M" i operation giving Instructions to toth
f : globe j I RATES
SABOARD: fitly per.ud has been sustained IUd There are also private schools .
U lijis desired to ngag* la peens
of the cltTaJaty.
jtoofhoui ihreUhi years la musical conservatory and art school
farming In the raising. of wheat, eon. I'
.
--. so that every educational need may VIA
or oak peaches apples, grape or
POPULATION KTXXliaml be supplied There are about thirty
Air Line RailwaySavannah I other products of the temperate sons.
J bona at present a resident pop 1f nourlsh.ng schools in the count
t one mast cast his lot some hundreds or
tlon of between 6,000 and 7,000. 1A Every religions denomination is represented -
';" mile jo the north and accept the told SouthernRailway
j.. winter month this population sa and the following have
'
t that U part of the *gmcy of land
FOR.- lamented by the addition of dams-
handsome
churcn buildings: Presbj I
where these be '
i- things can growiNelthi .
.
aids of visitors, mostly of the wealth tartan Episcopalian. CatnjJlc. M. 1:
r is this a stock raising country
.kit classes who come to enjoy the Church M. E. Church. South anBaptist "
Camden Southern Pints
,,_ Columbia ,, There Is a "no fence law" which is i a
Seri climate and the finest fishing ii
Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltim great boon to the settler of limited
lie.i world. To accommodate thaw
Philadelphia. New York. :, /Jsitor there are numerous hountaV I SOILS AND PRODUCT mean and there Is very little livestock I

Two Elegant Trains Daily. .f boarding houses principal amoniihich I.i The principal industry in this *M> In the country On the other

Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail u the stately Hotel Royal Fain;''uon is the growing of fruits Aiid waster hand. If It Is desired to engage In the. 131.40'N... I Maven Conn, and re

vegetables for the Northern rat I culture of citrus fruits, pineapples n turn. Tickets
rnd HalLboUinonumenta oa sale June J-8.
the grand new Halcyon
Modem I I
Pullman
Equipment.OaTXilT f lions trop.cal or semi-tropical traits. June '
In size, grandeur and ao'mmodatlng I kets Tomatoes form the sup. crop. limited !. Extension Jan. r
II
: T iTfrTB facllitl I I but there are large Quantities of other the growing f vegetaoles at the set 30. 190d. Stopovers Washington

;.. The population U cosmopolitan *TIf vegetable grown, sun as tomatoes son of the year when all other part Baltimore Philadelphia and

t operiUiK dill liroajh sleepers from Juksoiiilli to lei,Or MB*. state in the Union famishing egg p.an(, pppersoean etc. The of tha country are la the grip of win New York.
cry
I t
ur this section offers decided advantages
planting season extends from about
i. An aad-
ota of representatives
'over any other portion of Ute $35.80 Boston Mass. and return.
Arable element U unknown. October 1 to January IS and the Lull
For full itfx:watt I 41.! *lo.:,jr r. rvatlOth, earl tea ..nv. eat ol thJaclsomille .foreign of the shipments are sent North from Unite, States. Ticket on sal* Mar 21 to Jon
write CLIMATE >. limited .June IS. Extension
Seaboard
or .
November until May although, therebeing
';" Writing from personal experience. July 1s.luos.| stop WasaIngton.
oven -
;v! practically no difference in the LU1SVILLC NASHVILLC R. R. _
ifter visiting California and other sclons Baltimore, Philadelphia "
L MCDONNELL isz seg.l Pass. arc FU. where c'.lmatic conditions are seasons, seeds may be planted or Teg. will ell round trip tickets from si New York. : T

stables gathered day la the points to Louisville and return at
any year
r F. C.. BOY TON. Jr.. Pass. Acrt. I p>nsldered at their beat, we can unheJtatlngiy *-
ONE FARE
( 2S tickets b
plus cents,
*
; Vegetables are grown usually on the IU.es Asheville, N. c... &D.l retura.
} ; say that Miami has the most Ing on sale June 10. 11 and 12, limited '
prairie lands which are free from Tickets oa sale Jane 7. 1. f, 14.
perfect winter c.lnoat* la the UnlUdjitatea returning June 23, with privilege
Cold la almost unknown, *vnhe Umber and are composed of a hind Omar of extension; of limit until July U, bj 15. 1C. limited June 27. IMC.

Atlantic Coastine : depositing ticket and
upon payment
slightest frost being; very rare. $20.40 Louisville, Ky. and retara.
of 54 cents. Stopovers will be permltted
|h. warmth of summer is umpiredJy Fruits are grown on pin lands at Olascow Junction for parties Tickets ,jon sale Jon 10 11. 12.
the bree from the Atintlc which are slightly higher than the '
cooling limited
desiring to visit Mammoth Can lone II. Extension July
", TBBOtGU SCHEDULE and the highest umperktmrerecorded prairies, and In this section very rocky and fide trip tickets will be sold at 23.190-c;

ky the government thermom- This rock la a peculiar coral formation LoaltY1l1t to aU points la the sots ,

k. Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia North Carolina :Her duiinc the summer months la ItHCAL.TH containing a great deal of plant food at ONE" FARE: pins 2S cents: for the $23.3 Hot Springs, v*. and retara.

and South Carolina as evidenced by the fact that.In many trip, such tickets being on sail Tickets)on sill June I, 10, 11.
16-18. Indications are that se'seni
The great Highway of Travel between ) Th city ranks among the first in places/trangM ana outer fruit tree are [(special trains will be ma for limited [June If, UO&

;- l U of health to be seen bearing thriftily though this I occasion, lull
A* United States point particulars ol U'." Knoxvllle. Team,. and retara. .

Florida alld the East and West. Nosh a d Sooth :there ls entire freedom from malaria", apparently standlag on a solid plate .sixteen win be announced later. A Tickets. )oa sale June 17. It, 1$

find then are "prevailing .........." of this roch Being of a porousaoneycombed or page can be booklet secured giving from full particulars 23. 24. '0, July 7. It. II limitedfifteen

Ca :fho** ailments which are common to structure the roots of QCO. K. HERRING days. Extension
Coevenlemi S.lfloe, Eleraa' Pullman JtquIPID..a&. IlqaUlo.nll Mining Sept.
ill parts of the country seem to ate the trees ar enabled to penetrate it Florida Passenger Agent SO, IKtt. .

Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER iere robbed. part of their power, as and draw ample sustenance from what US XV. Bar Street Jacksonville Fla. i

: Celebrated V FLORIDA. D WEST INDIA |LIMITEI ;:hey usually appear la a mild fonD word appear to be a very unpromising IH.es AlbfYWe. N. C. aDd retara.Tickets' .

,"" MONTGOMERY L. AND N.Ii' 'lad rarely leave the bad effect which source. This rock by the way, Itemach Trouble oa sale Jun. 26 J7. JJ.limited,1 .

Trains j l follow in the wake of Ilk diseases makes a beautiful and durable building Mrs. Sue Martin an old and highly. ,!July 10. 1KX. -r* I
-
reel ted resident of Prison!;. Miss.
Scarlet fever and dlphiherla material, and the new coon house $ie.SS Monteagle.. Tenn,. and
CONVENIENT METHOD OF TRAVELING: t1H.here was sick with stomach trouble for, return
are unknown wk$. typhoid and jail as well as several residence mor > than six months. Chamberlain's. Tickets oa sole Jon 29. 30, July

Atlsatie Coast Use one thousand mill tickets food over 1S.OUU miles. of railroad }lever la the city built of this stone, are SiOi inch and Liver Tablets cured 3. S, limited August .
,embracing all portions of the South,on sale at all principal ....ael..,u Is rarely heard of. U Is a dealt ker'l 31. 1IO& Extension -
;,. rate of f2ft each Limited to one year from date of purchase for foil, complete ibis place for thoM suffering from much admired by all visitors It also She says: -1 can now eat aD !!. October 31. 906. -

and reliable information regarding rates, schedules, Pullman pervhe.ete long troubles..thma. catarrh and makes the finest road material the van and am the proudest woman In
Writ jj jjrraak world and Dad the world to find such a good medicine -I B3.10 MHwankee. iVTs and return.
county leads a I oth-
C. Bojlstoa, Dm. Pas*.Art. W. D.Stark Traveling Pas*.AceniISS similar diseases which are prevalent In the State in }" For sale by Biscayne Drug Tickets'oa sale Aug. 10. li. U.
W. Bay Street. Jack.onville. Fla. i ncolder climates! Many persona afcied ITS mileage and condition I Co. rand all druggists. Samples free. I Aug. u not

W.J. Craig, Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmingtort, N. C. '* with these ills have com her of her highways.The 1ImI"1.

1 ,/ !I tad have been cured or greatly bne- fruits cultivated are chiefly j Not as Rich as Rockefeller ;I
you had all th* wealth o: Rocke-
'. this the ape-fruit, oranges, and pineapples
Of not
-- Itto course is ;case
fell r, the Standard 011 magnate you *
i i &
[.n every Instance People: die her, as EUIVSS. mangoes, avocado pears and could cot buy a better medicine for Passenger Ticket Office

Has Stood The Test 25Grove's Years i-hey do everywhere else No country limes are largely! produced but being bo fit complaints than Ch
Uu yet been discovered where people ndigenons! to the country they thrive Co Jc. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.Th I lv.

ire Immune from death and disease. nth little or no cultivation. Citrus < most, eminent physician can not 108 Bay Streeti
pre crlbe a better preparation for colic
I it *he same time. It Clay be truth- 'rees wli: require from three to fir* both i i
anc dlarrhopa. for children and I
!ul'y: said that the conJltlODs! leading I;rears after planting to produce fruit ad ts. The uniform success of this

o general healthfulness are as favor- 'Intapp'ee.: which grow on a plant ren edy has shown! It to be superb I C. LUSK

able as in any section of the country, somewhat: resembling: the cactus, and to II others. It never falls: and when
Tasteless I Chff TQnic red with ,
; inj. far more so than in most I which are propagated by setting slip red water and sweetened. 1>
f i I I pie sant to take Every family should ,, Districjt Passenger Agent
THE CITY'S TrrURE or suckers bear fruit In IS month '
I I..
(PI'"f'h Sold by Blscaynfo
,-' No-Curc-No-Pcv :a. cents.. Miami! P"..t'..... &n! modern cntim- I <; !i' th', IE'rfon( tley' anl l a1:! drnssis's.: }Jacksonville, Florida

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