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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 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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: VOLUME 3, NUMBER 157 IUII, FLORIDA* THURSDAY( JUNE 7, IOOG I T.l.JN'; PAGtnS-



The City Needs Scavenger Carts. the City Council Should Take Action On Tfais At Tonight's Session -





THE WORTH OF MAN ]I STEAMER LUSITANIA sI THEY "TURNED", BIGLOGGERHEAD :I SOME IDEA GIVEN OF



IN .MONEY VALUE LAUNCHED TODAYIS I TURTLE PINEAPPLE INDUSTRY


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.REMARKABLE DEDUCTION, LARGEST! VESSEL AFLOAT .1 I ON N THE BEACH I) LAST NIGHT MEANS MUCH TO EAST COAST IC


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Made by Dr. Holte of Portland Me:, Built on The Clyde At Glasgow and Mr. John Bnrdine and Party Had And Harvesting and Shipping I is &.


Boy of Tea Yean Is Worth $2,601 Will Carry 2,350 Passengers and r Splendid Luck r Finding and Now at its Height-Wha St. Augustine

tad Man of Eighty is a :Public I a Crew Numbering Eight Hundred Capturing Fine Specimen Weighing Record Says of'Railroad


Drawback Men.Glasgow. ;. 400 Pounds, I Facilities. :



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Baton June 7- The opthalmalogtleal June 7- The new Cunard Mr. and Mrs John M. Burdine entertained Throughout the county and the ..-
world'slargest :
line steamer Lusitanla the .
Department of the American Med liner, was safely launched at a party yesterday afternoonand Jacent section, north the pineapple

leal,Association yesterday considered Clyde Bank today A sister ship, evening at fishing and tnrtllng. Is holding sway, and while the output

the value of 'a man- in dollars, and Mnritanla. will follow a month later. with splendid sncce s at both. may be smaller numerically than la

.cents. The Lusitanla Is 790 feet long, 68 4 The party enjoyeJ an excellent fish previous seasons.whole It will be more profitable -
then
a
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feet beam sixty feet deep and has a
. Dr. ,Holte. of Portland. Me. Insisted; displacement\ of 40.000 tons. She li I fry on the beach for supper and latter la great activity, and every person

Want such rain be expressed' in fig fitted with turbine engines which are In the evening succeeded In "turn available has been pressed Into servIce

urea with the dollar mark before expected to drive her 21 knots pet F. W. HAH ing" a 600 pound Joggerhead turtle, gathering, packing and! shippingthe
fruit ,
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them. He declared the economic value hour. which -
was towed toth. city and todayIs
Of this
Industry and the :Way It Is
vessel will accommodate
of tie laboring man decreases from The great being divided up by Mr. Bnrdine
being bandied by the railroad tie St.
.350 passengers and carry a crew of Candidate for Coun Clerk with his neighbors]and friends Dr.
the twenty fifth year and the' profeestansl 800 persons .It will be the finest and y Augustine Record of yesterday says:
Skaggs the "turtle
man after he has reached forty.The most thorough vessel afloat. was fortunate Oranges, tomatoes, string beans andpot.toea
turner. assisted bj| Mr. Burdlne and have had their day] and now
boy often years age Dr. Holte he Is naturally elated over the successof the
pineapples are going through la
cash of-U,601 STRIKE SETTLEMENT his first hunt '
placed at a valuation j enormous volume. Those engaged
the boy of fifteen years at.$1.633.'and REACHES A DEADLOCK J Those In the party were: Mr. and in pineapple growing [that the
MrsJohn brand record
the'man of,twenty-five worth $5.488. jjK Burdlne. MnSkaggs. crop this year Is a ; breaker.
After this time the value dee..eu8Sutfl Columbus 0., June 7The miners To The Democratic Voters of Dade Co Misses Rosalie Kathleen and Betty Be that as It may. the freight trains
Quarterman. Miss Sue Smith
I and operators of Ohio have practically ( and are severely taxed to moves)the cropThe
at 'seventy a man is worth but I come to''a deadlock In the attemptto f Messrs. B. B. Tatom. Tom McGahey. regular freights pass : through

f 17. and at eighty a drawback to the reach. satisfactory settlement of I wish t extend to you mj sincere appreciation for your most Joe and Earnest Qttarterman. dally hauling from fifteen to twenty

community.THE the wage question. The committee Ii ral support in ,the primary election held!May 15, in which I was acandidate -Lan car loads of pines, and the rock trains
Is meeting today, but negotiationswill Mr. Frank the have
: popular also been pressed Into service.
fornomination to the office of Clerk of the Circuit Court.
probably be declared oilThis merchant of Fort tiuderdale.ls
spending The latter pick up shipments from
SPANISH CABINET statement was made from an authoritative }1r, this support I am profoundly grateful. the day In attending to ; points In the pineapple belt ant

RESIGNED TODAY source.CAPTAIN. A sewn primary will be held June 12 and in it I stand for nomi- business matters.PINEAPPLES. Miami| :sometimes have a dozen cars of pine

r : --- ni .tion In addition to a load of rock. The ,
bj a majority vote against one other; candidate. I feel that I :

Madrid Jane 7- Premier Moret today am in every Way qualified to fill the office I seek and believe you will shipments began about a reek ago
preiented.to: King Alpbonso the REFUSEDTO dye swine BEAT and nave been steadily increasing la ,
me toe consideration in the second, primary that was accorded volume until at the present {time they
resignation of the entire Spanish cab-
in the first '
me i are employing every spare ear.

bet, PAY THE PRICE Appreciating fully your kindest feeling-* towards.me. and thanking OUT THE T E TOMATO (, "In addition to the pineries on the

yon for that already demonstrated, I am yours truly, mainland the keys along ,the east
coast
IRE IS SWEEPING are shipping large quantities of
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HOPKIN3VIULE( KY. t I pines this year anj the acreage la
much larger than In any former year,
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j The growers expect to make a handsome
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Louisville, Ky. JUDe 7- A special BENNER LINE SCHOONER ALICE AMERICAN TREES"-" ''N POINT OF BUS NESS 'INDUSTRY I profit as the quality of the fruit

from Hopklnsrflle, Ky.. says that fire FOREST NEXTSATURDAY'S Is first-class and the yield exceptionally -
originating In 'Wheelers warehouse LORD, WENT: ASHORE AT KEY AT BOYNTON T EIGHT CARS I heavy. While the crop of pines

bas delt.roJeel11I4I. Ice plant anj several WEST OTHER ISLAND CITY, HANDLED IN OrE DAY- MANY Is streaming northward a stream of
gold Is flowing to the lower {yeast coastIn
residences and Is apparently beyond -
PUZZLE PICTUREInterest exchange for the delicious fruit"
NEWS CITY COUNCIL MET BUYERS IN TH FIELD
control. ''A high wind Is blow
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-, The, fire caused a' loss of$1ooo00s
I Baseball
Wheeler's warehouse with fans here will be/ glad to
cl loam that Robert Hill kbe crack
two I hundred hogsheads of tobacofand Metropolis Bureau Do'DtOD, JUDe fast week was young pitcher who Is attending the ,

three hundred thousan.l'POUDd'S Key West, June,6. Interest reciting In last Satur accompanied the replies and these ODe of the buslestlweeka' ID Boynton Columbus Business Colle,." Columbus :
of loose. tobacco. was destroyed together J J
we will produce o.. few
picture Saturday omitting a days
y's puzzle "Flowers From a twelve
The Benner Line schooner Alice i for Ume. ;
with the ice plant. some pineapple sealou.. college
GaVden" names, that the puzzle army may see Inning game for his ) by sulking
Iss has eclipsed the Thf '
Mary's
and stables adjoining. Lord bound from New York to '
office reSldeDcea.j t some of.the reasons why the prize oft 18 requiring eD to baDdle'.the out fifteen men and allowing but
with: a of general T.m.j' nangutnei
of the
"'THANKS pa cargo : expectations j $ is desired and the interest corn pet- crop than durIng ato sawn eight four hits by LJnwood. the opposing;
NOTICE dise, went ashore early Sunday oprietors an$:eJltori of the Motrops hors in the team. Hill Is
are taking contest car loads of pines leaving here Saturday considered {o have a
I Ing on the banks near Northwest chan- ,. and ever .since answers have( This week's puzzle picture will be bright future as a twirier.
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Im behalf of the'relatives of my beloved nel at about* nine o'clock. b-en pouring lo by every mall from allpirts i entitled "American Forest Trees" andi Dlgbt. OD hat day AileD H. -- _

wife. and v myself. wish to< Sunday morning the tug Chflds went of the county and a number otoutside the puzzles Incorporated therein are Pence a Son Cn t'11 Pence picked Mrs S. Bobo Dean and little children -
thank an those who rendered many to the assistance of the vessel but thacaptain places the total' number ofanswers 1, nine In number. If anything the packed and load 590 crates from I left this morning for Vjnlon City.
deeds of,kindness.during.the, Illness on learning the price to take up to noon today will be Mich., where
i assistance. received +answers more difficult to solve their plneries west ot Bo1ltOIl. they will spend the summer "
and at the death of my wife and we i her off, refused He decided Ing more than double those recelv i than were, those to "Flowers from )1181Mary' I months with Mrs. Dean's parental
to wait for the rising tide But A Dumber of bu ers have been IDI :.
always remember-the .. last week. j| I En
will .me.I I I Garden" and the puzzle army route they will spend .1 few days
MADISON,BURDINECAUSED :Monday morning the Alice was still (11|The name o 'tiie winner was drawn.! will undergo some brain wracking be- I Boynton the past eek among whom at West Palm Beach visiting :Mr. and
and the wreckers
I aground although today.at noon bnt according to the 'fore they, are ferreted. It can bo were H. B. Butle 11r. Marltle7. :Mr. Mrs E. E. Geer. j
; again offered to give aid. Jiie captain roles governing contest It will not done however '
; and a little persever- Peters and King PeDdletoD' reprr
i At DEATH refused to pay the price. '* announced t ntll. Saturday after. ence Is all. necessary to accomplish -
hentath'ea from York Chas,
The Alice is still ashore at thiswriting
week's will
the
D..hen puzzle task.
n thud app THEIR TESTIMONY I
and the wreckers are lying ar. There Were a number of corn Watch |for the puzzles and go to :Mast and )I. C. I f.rdee baTe bought
AND PROSTRATIONS around her waiting to be called. ct answers found to the puzzle and work on them. That old dollar some locally
A special meeting of the board of manjr who mayroll )lr. BeD lIcCor who has been
e tually as more were nearly I I your way. You have the same WASPhiladelphia. SENSATIONAL
aldermen was held to discuss the ways so. Somep-eal Interesting letters chance of, Inning it any one else has with ,Jesse Daugbl\f1Y and famtJy.tb<: .
and means for they purchase of a pairof past six months ett for his home I
t mules for the street department. ID Deland S.turd4y. Mr. lIcCoreleI.
t W .. The chairman of that department stated delighted with "ynton and expects
Chicago, ,JuDe 7- Yesterday was that he was greatly In need of more POLICE DEPARTMENT SELF SUSTAININGDuring to move here perm neatly ID the Dear
the hottest day of the present year carts fulure. Everyone will extend to hIm, June 7-Tes Ifylng be-

befe: the temperature rising to 91 Mr. ;J. D. Kennel, who was present aDd his family a rID .elcome. fore the Interstate Comme Commisdon

.and.canstng'the., death of- six offered the board a fine pair of mules Miss Mary Rowley: of Manlonia.I In the Investigation of railroad
degrees recently here by him for $450. The II the house guest pf lIrL 1. R. Funk conditions Joseph K. AlkeV. former
persons,.besides a number of prostration matter was referred to a committee ot J. E. Chase of{tbe firm of Chase hief clerk In tbe office of the super ,

!. :The normal temperature for three:composed of Aldermen Knight, the first five months of they police! In ;,the first five months of the 01: Co.. of Jacksonville. was ID town ntendent of tbe Mopsngahjella dlvlsr
thedateis; sixty degrees. Joshua Curry and W. B. Curry. 1 tar the Miami police' department year. ;, Monday on business. on of the Pennsylvania Railroad, reealed -
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During the meeting the major informed lips, proven Itself far above self sustaining Deducting the amount of f2.372.70 Mra W. H. Cox was home a few evidence almost at .tartllnl. :
MANY the board that he had request and a jxevenne to the city. In from 4190.80 loaves the city to the, dan last week b 4t has returned to >s that of J. P. Boyer y \terday
PROSTRATIONS ti ed the members of the police force to this time a total of $4.190.80.. In fines, good a total of tl.81S.10 of the amount Palm Beach wbf' she Is taking Alken said that on a salary of $30
H OCCUR.IN NEW YORK: use,their efforts to stop women from firefeltures and costs have been imlibsed deposited: so far this year through,I treatment 01 Dr 11 Itrrlll. o $126 pr month be pnrcfaasej $75,.
"" ... 0.:. 'I hanging around barrooms The mayor and collected from January 1 fines Imposed in the municipal court We have reeeiv a copy of the Port too north of stock In diff rent coalreceiving

New-/ York.- JUDe 7- One death and requested the board to express their June 1. g i j from arrests' made by the police department -I Huron Dally Timtls. containing the companies He admitted
several prostrations occurred here yes ; view of the matter. Every memberof Against thisrlhe' city has had a total following letter front Goy Dro1l'ard: ash gifts from the coal op razors on ,

.rday .whichalOmugh" BoOthe'.bot- the board stated that they were outlay of $265 per month or a toIda This Is a record and condition very "Tallabu+e. Fla.. May ZS :he Pennsylvania Railroad and $50
jtdayt:of the Tear,. brought far more perfectly in accord with,the action of of $1,325 In salaries for the depart- few cltleipartmentj. can boast of the police Je- "3fal. N.S.Boynto Port HuroD.tI'h. from the company's store.
\uUtress/ he mayor. \. n ent The police'portion of the cosUsld of most places not being Dear Slr- In re Iy to your esteemed Boyer, who testified yt'at rday that
The case of the two womenarrested I which is figured In the above total self sustaining, but a continual ex- favor of May 1 tho will say that I he had received large sums of money
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SENSATIONAL RUMOR '-) last Friday for frequenting barromswas of deposits I 12 too complicated to bei pense will notify you b1 wire of the h01i1 from the coal companies ws a dlsmissd
DENIED dismissed The charge made i | elltgentlj discussed, but basing It The expense of maintaining prl on- of the arrival of m train at Port HUl- from the service of Ih ? railroad ':
J BY OPERATORS
against them was vagrancy. Judge a : the blghest verage of one-quarter: ers unable to pay their fines, or given on. I am lure 1 Ill enjoy the trip olay by order of Presldrni Caa att r'

Brooks after hearing the evidence in o! the sum 0{|U.190.80 collected by: day s and serving out tbe I anti I will be delighted: [ to meet you ..
DUlonTille, O, June 7- The coadl he' case ruled that there Is no lawn t he department which would ben.04..70. same In prison. Is not charged to the anj other good cit ens of Michigan hm about his Everglad< drainage .
floes at Bradley and Plum Run coalmines the city ordinances that: will prevent .Dd; dded to the salary!, police de but to the Board of I "I have many t1! nes. In passing up scheme :

are quiet today and the sensational a woman from going into a bal mount! of $ljj525. makes a total of,i Public Works, hence this creditable and down the roes on my steamboat Quite a party were thopp, K In West
rumors that many strikers are room' provided she does not createa It.3t i,: !. 70 tbe g, ntlre amount paid the ,, anti interesting record. looked at your h use below Palm Palm Beach Tuesday At on* them
destitute and likely to desert the unions nuisance. Beach several tl when Mesilames "
: ties storms mere McKay.Daufshartv Ka P. Tedder, .
are:denied by the mine officials I Earl Baker, while at work last Saturday t city last Unday on the steamer W. J. BRAN ENDORSED I I were raging I ban wished I was there I MineBessie I rper and

4iia Duties I at the government machine :and on one occa on. after a ;great: |: Mr. H. B Murray
Resume His shop was severely burned on both 1e steametgMaseotte will taKe up BY INDIANA DEMOCRATS 'storm 1 went dow i on the train and {' Born to )Ir. and Mrs G. l'. Collins.
City Clerk M. R. Kellnm has snfflclently lands by boiling pitch. run of thspllaml between Tampa I walked over to j' ur house and had,'a M>n.
recovered from a recent injuryto Mr. George Shaw steward In tho Key \Vesfcand Havana while the I your watchman pr pare nw breakfast. | Culen! Pence was presrrntintt 1.1 the
resume his duties and will take up employ of the El C. extension returned Is being repaired. Indians polls June 7 The State "I an'ure you It will be a pleasure rommlajiinonets m ling It

the same tomorrow. During, Mr. Kel- from Miami last Sunday. flaml Democra ic contention here today to meet >ouVlth i Miami Tue-.dar and secured] the promroad .

Inm's vacation of two months and Miss Frankie Lofton returned to LOUDBURS ;TODAY CAUSED adopted s platform strongly tndors I "\ sincere r< ;arils, |' IK? of rock to repair the west .'
his duties bave been the city last Sunday on the Martinique "TouTn" Fresh Water
since his injury VRY' HEAVY DAMAGE S very truly j, to Lake
efficiently performed by Deputy City from a three weeks visit to Miami. ... Ing W| r. Bryan for President: and N, B. BrowarJ, I This will he a great bti eit to ev-
Marshal John O'Neal who is proving Johnstown. PJa June. 7- A cluod nominate 1 a State ticket for all offl I "Goveroor" I cry one especially the own n of pine

himself a valuable man to the city Mr. and Mrs_ G. W. Reynolds have urst Jit Hooff-raviHe.. eight mile toe tea exce >t Governor and Reporter foi above Is IIvitatlon answer to an lu. fpMs lie bail a petltlo- to change
and should-be In line for a well earned returned home from a visit to Jacksonville i{ north of hire, this morning caused the Cou L Former Congressman to mnke :in adlress at the the polling place to theirriol Boynton 0
vacation he having worked tbe I and Savannah. irony Creek gto rise suddenly and ,I illea'lon of the Modern Macca*>*e house, which was gr: nted. ThiItlzens
better part of night,and day for the, Manager C. L. Myers of the P, A i take a loss a
past three months 'O. Steamship Company, arrived In,; ;o lives are reported lost :i I'Just wonder If th governor will tell Bo>nton. .-


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I 1 are apt to be over-cautlo'us in thl lore'than crowded times during last week 'and ,
marjy as
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1- ;a _gunc,7 .In Rlstory... way, preferring:not to "i a > ,r r. : }
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:,. ,BcotUnd,. (lied; ,.born- ,-. amount i should be,applied vaults to we still ha e quite,, ;*f few of the bargain goods, advertised, wef will continue .

Wi.Vint' Antrtcma.coot : : 'obtain the best, possible cat t % f\t < rfr t '
, '.stir eaJW >7 voto e(' calculated on hrd this entire eek. In where
"" :;1a.neaarW y ass111FlUchard -' -. .,never be to sell th t gh >j many instances,
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'tbe Conttawntal E.arr Lei eos:In. > i decided by the .ixp @et'ralprln.iclplfS.1t.II. an.d. judgment 'j lines were badly sold! out and just a f 3w remaining iwe, have, cut prices :-
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; 1 CTM."OttWCd* '"r l of those ho.have opportunitlea :j : : "". ,

a DGI. dKUTtaf ladep.od.s UW" COJ-Ewta Booth.' 1 for gaining a practical ino 'ledfi"i thane yer so as to sell all this week sure. Buy nowwhile the ;

UM:-JqpA : bmjIrlb actor ant. 1 I of.the subject \ t tt deeper. f* .. | .c?
Dublin
anther.dMrbora ta inoBr
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aJvertUemeu : Is oft: .. ILw .' =s .v '
small
>chaavaa lone aa JUa rtcui fa-I t "The i ii -
.rortU oa tM board.. Hi adopt** tot connecting betweeclng
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useful
as .a
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oa UK Mac W rearm. la 1M2 be larger advertisements, enab| an advertiser .
.. 'tat-VMtcd America aad afunrard be1 1 8ate'ison.
;. I .to insert big big announcemeats theucrp ;
. aYts;a member of promlarat. .coca4rompanla. "
" Ia A.w IsAUri.E4wu \ .1 less !frequently withoirlficV : it;'any;sac ,
Boots,.th. tracrtlaa.:AM toNew '.1 -.t
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J: .Tort dly; bora ISO. : of cumulative.: .. "power 1 9b5 lo. Z19Jt JII61)Om9 3d o ':::' ,"q aoD :; "", '- j .' "
,ISM-Answaa Daly.: Americas ttu.triealt.aaag means of directly appealing :o the pub "
.'. .r and..plajrwrUht..- '-.. dlod la. Lon- lie and doing a'salesman'sopen ]>work. it ii i
... 2M dos Bortah: born WUUn dltor and proprtota to question whether I I| is ever ewise Paints I '

: .of tho....:Washington h.u..- lY. .' Port.. 414. .ta Washtutan policy to trust: to TheJ'amall" ad' TeifsSuits I :Men's' fine : .

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". .' .. .' : vectisemenf,alone The! ei'ectlvenesi 3;< 92 lit. treason
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: IS""LUNACY'INCREASING of a press announcement mist alwayi Me 'i'fine $15 and $16 suits-One .. ;
Men fine Paragon sold'
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be goverened to some extent by its attrIetoen2as""and1Rgumen4ttVC for this less than cost price
FLORIDA? : ere--tt6.toma1ot We 'have bIZ -
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U Insanity on*the Inmate In FlorUa it is vlftP.-JrJ I ]t 1] inl Ues.:If we'hapPeD.90 s' > t tmaseH '" : '

c. If Dade county'be taken aa aiillustration. I pan these gitTY ttJ 1P11f3Jt1;; .1, '= to have your sizeprice..,, Au 4. Ji. J 5. th our store I

. It li; and we believe that, two inch advertisement : A few $12 and $13 suits in blackandfancy Pants tbatlit and a guarantee $3.45

s lb. accords of other countlea will'anon I P s" It '" llfldlfflcnllIlia weaves, somewhat the J! 'w.:, i'J' mJt Price ........ .
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"evldent'here.. I In case we can you blueaergescrasheswoolhomapuu tZ 85
preferred positions unlesi a much I .ft.! .. >s*
'. t'itbla'the.paat few- weeks bait a larger apace is occupied and if the I Price r } etc. Success price.. .. .. .. .. .t. -
dozen 'or more patienta have b en taken .' let suits jo., small sizes. Unlim- dine .
iOcant
its rAnew "
with inslr
from here to the asylum for treatment !tiny terpresstV design sarround'ed bold and!, TV. ;] wrtrtti up td 1d[ : 1 of odd pant in'freakish sizes.'
$. Some worth up three dollars and fifty $2.35
for'different 'forma of insanity. obtrnalve advertisements;what chance I 1 nce..t.a.lf.y.} ,.:1. r 1ents."Price.r'.r..r..tw.. :.;.". ",

,, But"one' of these patients suffered with does It,,stand of .being fa-oted with' ; : :

violent type of lunacy all the others even a' casual -glance! The' 'law-ol i'U4 .I. t \ MM ',I' V it ; It. ; JI 'j ,.. ., ': I
the ,
being quiet their(disease taking I contras; whkhiinch: a Valuable H I

sanity form""of both of'which: 'ird or'temporary curable.'.tVhy In consideration cbunt for much in some under cases Thfse i does circumstances. : not $5.oo-'p ; pair v 4 for.N14 2.50 and S3.' men'sworkingshoesbox Edwin Clap] : Shoes


soy:manj'persona in this-county arc.I men's Diamond Edwin Capp i w and 1.:* ahoeafar menwoo .
U 'unknown
suffering mental derangement J I
"It is sometimes contended (when want quality and a ylV.tare
unless it be due to one of those .
- ; epldemlca'"that 'qalcklj the price of the article la fling) that ; Brand Shoes calf, vici kud, ,etc., about 4. pair ,mostly In narrow width
come
peculiar : margin not allow of a and foods of IMS design. la order tow '
the can
and::after ninnlas their coarse, disappear profit scientific principals and ;
larger advertisement being employed All are made on Our success price close tkeseout we h.roo.ateraeipus95IOfethanOrlraOtkld,4xRZ j "

In the same way.By but It is'then 'questionable whether grettforwear..w1e are ij then on the bargain ,'
/ ,
the laws amended by the last '
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: under modern .such an AU..f7Je.1a Edwin OappS M and
Legislature 1111.beritr' are required 3.5aid .. Walk-Over r and Packard's '
article tan be ,.u : :.exploited "' 0 7.N-thos being oar new,5:35 I
to deliver. at the expense of the county Big line on our bargaincountertocloseat .2:90 $1. latest _Ip. SD" .. .
from;...which! committed sad thetame st alt., coD41tlJI ; .:........ [..... .

:lee and mileage I allowed as In "Of course thekno..leJge ..
.Instances t !
transporting criminals. Previous to of all
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thla 0.act. '"guards. were" lent, from. the, where a campaign!base on small : 'Krippendorf Ladies Shoes Our Great Success Isis made this ,Children shoes and oxfords _.
has secured vertiaers.aesylt "--"'
asylum for Insane persona and the ex- paces T
.1 sale possible... No did stock or I
would ; .
rational .
that no Judgment Such Black Cat and oalosrUaea
peaa !karged-t --6tater-The new Will not last long a these prices : j

law U good for thejrtaff, 1,t paM ave forecasted; ,but ex:ept,Is under 3.M shoes for .'........ 1'I ............2.M simply back styles too I in theselots.on. hand We've for a US and US shoes for..J f r!''
Exceptional circumstances it un- many
on the counties 1 t Im tw [ J.M shoes for.... ; .......,....14 ,I.Maadl.Msboe. fort.US R. ...
by the fee and mileage, while the : rise to build high hope n>on the XM shoei.for. .. .. ', 'j j........'.. ,.!..5 summer.timeand. ya just tto tod 2.N..t' sfoVi.V :tlw'U.J,t

miU.T.&UttojaiM;; SaUV Proceaa. : osslbnities,of'a small ad'rertlsement :, 2.N' shoes for ........ ......... ...!..1.". put.prices_ low to close themout Itthnt'aJScmoccaitnifor'.. ...... .. .ISSuit
BntJ nV oe'ttw&btu the seveA lunatics save: when It. la ,discreet y used in l

sent from here in the recent past have injunction with larger on. L- Adverislng ., .1.I __ ,. I I
been residents of fie" runny and haG (London). '

no ,claim upon ItThen' why should. -o--- w 'J dt I'J t' P t'W oi it very easy ,If/ypu ,ae half,way

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the cotintybifitaxed Individually I I thinkinganythiog I buying;
President Roosevelt has made good in
ending them ta,the.asylum! It la ila threat, and has sent 'ia Congresshe Case._ for you to B y shirtsA ;' ,our line

hardly fair and Just because they are of 'commissioners: who Wlll'offer buy no:;' while the,
charge.' report; Aswt bw(>t tat stackdadafNtuU at&Mj few of the circulars 2.50 Royal '
more of a State than a county: !'nvestlgated the packinghouses hilCirr In }
vkfla
ana
: : + ; for9Oc etc
On:thls"at connt.the ,law ,la strongly J', heir"methods. The exposure should /I they an tku CIMB at Palm shirts for 80c.Young pros.hats

'. opposed" in all'quarters- There la iccompllsh good. If It'does not cauae I: : .ask SUCCESS men .w t o rwSitH ,_ I Iaa r I

no serious' objection to the fee and storm It ought to 'eaus;j' a. ,decidedlecrease f t tusks a4 nil cam f..UI I It f \
mileage allowed sheriffs' for handling I IlL tnoks aa<'rait cam ,' pJI'
in the consumption of GreatSuccess
but xPen e'.houl..! ; { manyf : ...trub..I1tIICUIlUI
luch eager;, the the.products of the,Chicago packng :r1! $SJI treats'W nit CUll!..SLfStlMtraaki
ba born by tie State and we voice. ; houses. M4 ad cues .$* I .;. r+ I,
thesentiment pf many suggesting $U trmaks gal nit CUII .$IM t .'

that Ibo next Legislature 'amend the '
ts'to'makthe ; The papers of Miami'and Apalachcola r..... MylM gaar.s45 '.' h' 4&
.lunacy law.so expense ......wd : f
,1
of "Greater JMlamr ,
speak a and
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such ,unfortunate,persons ,
of handling
t < biz
L SMssa
Js aa
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resolve,back upon the State of Flor i a "Greater Apalachicola' and ,so ,do Ul sat...hit hits it.Tsu ..4.2S Sale

Ida'and not upon the counties; whose tome papers In other cit es of the '" -. < ...... e l._to 2.85 sr-*
inroaded account > State. Down here in St Petersburgre ,', :
funds are seriously ._on_. IMUUJU-IIr.r.h'i 1'-
1 of It.TBESIZE. don't talk about making an effort alas r>aticiiua.iw.60c.

tor a "Greater St Peter burg" -we;1 srs, I
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OF THEADVERTISEMENT 1 are Just making the effo and the reby Ia.IlndOTmDs.Wmll2Sc60c. .. .. .. .........! sat us skirts la is on. Cash; and cash
suits may easily be seen the vial- loyaJ Palm < MsaM.i- 1U MawoAkspt'tC. ) L5I (a4 IM All gal
: Csauiao bald s cm.140c"' taa skirts saws lit tkirts-ta4 s hw ...- while coIGnC djedl.ltc. only. goes at they
tor. It's only a qnestio of short .
i a : Clueft.Hatt .
r I __ : : t Stir fit an< wear. Il< kittaa sat Koyil him Sock u Icltesa, t
Advertising, a London publication tlmd before .e.,11I hav Greater St.Petersburg S"recptartdnrtlonj'to tori clotb- doss out 195 uesklrtslaM {i1 >)fl\ tat Majestic.Our..90c Above PrIcesbfoJllltluCIDU'baaa '
Jevoted to advertising! In drawing a 1 i !'without .ta,[king about. la i< It------------. saccessnJ..r. suutuprlc.y. t
comparison between the results of starting In.- St. Peters rl Times.

large and small newspaper ads" and I I You may In time have Creater St.

commenting on the purpose of eachsays ,. Petersburg, but you ca'belp"alo01'

: the project immensely I by talliJng'about TheAnthonRomfhlco.

"It Is.a well;,known fact'that the returns it; telling the pc >ple of the .

= from al) tingle large advertisement country about your tow:I what it Istc. .' "
will often exceed those from a;;its advantages, climate ,I.. If jounumber I Ii II I

number'of small advertisements andthereforeito t don't we hare in mind of, i 228 Twelfth'Street J Miami, Florida
employ small spaces witha Florida cities that weyou I'!' J

view ,to' spreading a limited. appro-: a duplicate of. I II .. -' = -- .

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HE DAft MIAMI-MTOIOtHTHIJ $ .. ..
"TEN r>AOt DAYr JUHE ir410F- ----- -PAGZITHA&=

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CHILDREN'S HATS)1foAltmrtlv 4lesMp IN HONOR OF JI'TiNe" lae l toNre<*rvkmen/ jbek>6gid to .
'1T1LG _MAN citjrof M8-he anaU'in&ke'ROb a \-r -.I I e..,J a V>..J ..._, < .i .A
a.d Shape* ... botjd as the city'Council may.deem.nee- t
'....... ... s..dar 'a .l Annapolis, June 7- In the presence essary. Dealers I
'J'h erf U indeed a Fe iatCbJMii n I,... of several hundred representatives of .3.'Y': The ty attorney aall not YJtiiIe; other t 4ic J4 ewe
: straw Lat whether It Is for the various State societies of til &Ie' senrfrola fie eftlor mora'thaV ,( !
wear Son and Daughters of the Revert. ooi>month' at. any Ou. tJIUe; .ultheut
drew school bat. For the .
former..th r'or..?.ace..tuacana.a &nd..Pjyn- of-the-D Lion member nKht of raoethe"American the National Board frobVThe pr< \iously-coucci obtaining Tprovtded. leave that of absence.herald talkQuah and the Price

work fancy crinoline straws that shine Revolution members* ot.,&.JIe Til i- cit attorney may arrange with, the ; ; !
$Hie" hirer"gauxe-or" take on flower man family and of Col. Winter and Us cit council,to supply his place'(4: inch. w T at''k e Jt..., .

Colon In an delicate.tsbades. These Minute Men Washington, the bronze at >rney while fe absent .. .
fcats are bent Into":'lovely/'line*;tad tablet.otXUut; Teach Tllghmaawhich t' tc., The'' Ity attorney shall act .1. I't" if. ; ; ; { \ "j '1 1J #> I
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trimmed either with &e most fasdaatrSXTTT hal been placed in the old Senate joih.,jcty, | la BO natter\oC ,businessIn _, ._ ___ r
Chamber to commemorate the ride flit' In j.t j.
connection w reference
Of wan
from Yorktown to Philadelphia which .. .i
corporvlonj-i( partnership or bustoss
Rent TUghman then an alde-de-camp organizaUofa. for which or wherein .1' 1 pv "

of General Washington undertook; he Is an agent, attorney or solicitor
Inform the Continental Congress !lot 'J iJ C t : ) r; I. f
or Is pecuniarily: Interested but in T
the surrender- Cornwall, will l .. JhtIUiidi ,
> >e 1"/ !
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unvcle't.h iftervoo. ILltile soh event the city council shall select j 1 1 j 1
so ne attorney to act for or to advise
tench' seventh,
Tilghman. the
th ; city and lie fee of such attoi-
who Is three old will draw
years ate nejjr shall be charged to the city attor
curtain which, will reveal the UUALITY.AMan r'
Mr*. Hester Dorsey tabu ne). j t| I
j historian of Baltimore apter, paughters ec:. 5. It shill be the duty of the
r C I *t &biB.aerlen evobitlgn. will cl y attorney {fo attend all regular
I l ef'S )fII fife a bllt rlta1'.ket tfJt boss Tilgh meetings of tbti l city council, .and to Mayforgety/liathepaid\ !
I man and his famous ride. Mr*. :VL at end all spedal meetings ef saidcouncil II (I" ,

:-:'" Leo Knott, the regent of the Chapter, when Notified of such IS (OUR for his clotnes. but he'll (
will present the tablet to Governor ing. | : ; .
((: :: meet-j 1' "
.:N;'.... WarflelJ. who will respond on behalf Sec. 6. It shall be the duty never f'geflfh6w !they t I
.. '!t1: SrA of;,the., .State, A cl y attorney ((4 attend all _
\4 Mrs. Knott will also present to Governor meetings of th0 Board of t tt .if: looked,. hovMheyfitted I t

.,. ., WrtJeld an engrossed ,.copvjbfa"rcsoTntlonaaopfed er,* of Public [-JVorks, eommllllllon-I j
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the IALt';JF and how 'we
1J&BOKS HAT.lig by Baltimore all special meetings o< they re. |
bons-and-suaixi. twists and koti w.on..Fehtu..al'J'-Ur.thaaktzg She mhen notified of tbe same. 1 '
or with flower garlands of white flow- Governor for his patriotic effort In See. 7. It pjiall also be the duty I Our faultless_ clothing
Baring vines, pompons fplle,clusters securing the restoration of thc old 01 the city attdtney to advise any offl-
itC forgetmenots ani.fcantawj wreaths Senate Chaiaber.q c r of the city! of Miami relatlre: saves k man paying made-to'or er

Sir ti..iano.> lately;.era'the tranches I 1 h s duties, rigtyts, and obligations as
*f moat roM W.i '\.or>ud4 ofjthojwiidfoselrlth etNO RSFOR: BIC f/l' such omcer: to draw- all papers connfected i prices, and the unpleasant feeling .
8ea> bide '
< wilt:be-rtcejved the
a tlnt'ot ptbk and po* andhevfr with the business of the city I
patinf of ;fth street IInJIn alae east of Miami requiring legal skill to a of ingtheofdinaryready-mide
> ; wea
bait H< wn oot fj ( f
si d> d .
Jlvenliettt*
< ,U e Bt olewdj>y of .
written to the Board
4tFoTupOiosiJiat tra4s'OOm give opinions
% deeper the Board"of P bllc-WorJiaiat: their Public Works or the city council Yes will i ready to .convince I'
color tones, besides the burnt and.aws..ea.p.w.iNdbiw next regular meeting to behelill to j spot> V* e lpbe
so toMlo' questiono .
and request upon any
green are the color farorltes with 1906 the City 8 p. m.C un rooms June llth law regarding which there la doubt you any day: Our $10 to lS.OO |
and browns match the pretty 1$ either of said boards; to attend the ;
grays WOrk to be
done
walking suits so much In rogne. Quills and spedflcaUpns according prepared to by plans the municipal contests ooiirt In all cases when suits a..up-t there to draw all ordinances
are ;
and ire .thabee
choice ribboglrmm for a/glfpatdf4.lb>< tlTflfkelongest i ; 10aJl'CUt, eecFfd; : maplhls supersEach or resolutions of the city council .d..ed
T ( M. !t;;:!
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wear aU things considered. bid and all resolutions of the Commissioners -
to be accompanied by a .
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ofy Public Works when 1
woven bats look best on children certified check lor $100.00 and enclosed iq-F- rm
[ ,- requested so tip do; to use all diligence
from ten old upward. Altogether -
.. cMtdren'r year hats-a e'Aimmed'wl In_a_sealedjenvelope,.marjced."Bidsor Ip pressing soils of the city of Miami
: O
paving 7th street" _
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ijn collecting 'tfrerdue taxes, or other
flowers or-ribbons,',often,'with1 both. ? (tin esstul: bidder to give aaUsfae
rjfff Italian straws .In whit and.colon toiy. Ico)' In the sam ot $25000 for claims of anyxnature whatsoever; ana .. .
o do and perform all things required
areMn 'faahlon for children1 to' the
wear faithful performance of
his work
if him by th* charter ot the city,of
more especially white one trimmed frKMf> jxty..days;from awardlng.'otmtriclf laml "
rttlth *'"hits satin ribbon*Broad,brimydfIaf Board 're e"u'.the. ,rbcht I
| are la contract-to the folded to' 1ct'any or an bids. :See. 8. Thathe dry attorney shall '
lIP marqnit*style, with Its feathery G. A. McKlnnon ce |-m white pompon, aay Yogoe.I :)r. kcelJmu.,. president of Board.AW wenty dollars per year payable, Innonthly
I |\ lied .. BWtaiBed with I&cb'rod lI. t'{ erks ., installments of f CO each. : R.
>bO*te led-veh et ribbon are mMt 14 Sec: II: That all ordinances or pans dtis
.
becoming to little brunette For every _ORDIKAXCE. : I.ordinances In conflict'with the pro- .
: atone 'hereof be and the
little, bead may ie found the rery same are
fktt tMtt/Bboald-iden It'aI the great t r ? hereby repeat .t. .
..Itaosr.tooperplerlng. n9JSnance regulating the dutiesof Sec. 10. That this ordinance'shall
lgbaat ytoduaoserock. ) white .the City Attorney' of the City otMiami ake effect ilpon Its passage and ads .
Duck bats In graycad '
"" '" ; and fixing his ....1..1'.- ,v .. v Outfitter '
shades well
Ian are very shaped Be It ordained by the City Council assedthi23d day of May, A" .. 'A-" e ," -
this season and hint of beach pall '
of the '
City of Miami: )
and socks and bare and t "
shovels legs
SefUon 1. The city attorney at the I 19o6J3JAaronf'
the romperSnlta aiOor city of mlaml, shalljl" before entering :.. \l Flo&da
Tbgr at aela 1m flft gIn dl itI.a du Attest: II. R.. Kellnm. 322! Twelfth StrfeetMeh's : : : : : Miami

wl and 1saU l I dLcih/I OAth ::' Clerk.of the, .City of Miami. I I.r
of office In like manner a* other executive tseall'

soft fold A large bow of pom-. officers of said city and In mar Approved. tljls. 6th day of June A D., .a 1 f i t ?f
ptQQprsJbkEru I1 trimming.T "
/ fif/PfU'! 15:3WTfernt1fcJd<*bM &0& 1906.. .
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I city charter. John 'Sewell', .
Or"1 PartF. I Sec. 8. In cases where:he Is jnloor- Mar..of the City ot Miami.
fit you g original a ttf r .
way of entertainment try a ""some I '.* !t. .fl* _' -
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thing fiew;,party. Each peR at this
festivity"'mnsf"bring something new The Fort
rtt nutwn not what depending wholly t F

gapes originality and.fertile brain
sots,the guest to secure.something unknown Jedf I( eBdrgainsf 'I r .t I51T
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to the,rest.of,the party. : : '
At) a functton-of-thts sort recently r'' :' '

.-l1ftJa"'C bright ftrl from Booth II \ 6' 74 61 i r ,
a,the programme wag extremely dlrenlfled. F -: it : .- k'" .\.. :."l't'
..Tl*.gnats bad brought entirely 1 : l .
gew songs,which were..song for the"company '< t o\ w.:t.t.fler a('Iea'tbstu iroptrties lor tbi;neat 10'depia ,:-7 ... -,,'-'I. ...!.. 1,4" :,.
; new' waltxe and tworteps, 1- -i.!;!)'" : felloMa } I 41\"r k y
*wtdctt' 'were danced; new books which ... :r '

"were discussed; new Joke, new games .10'!mgrtj; ta In "gayer add tlon .at.>.1160eehtltar which the United Stales Depository. : ::: Depository fat&o t "

new styles*of 3ialrdr **mgvor gowns pries. !tNtl.. be...allYl. to } }F/;/ tf 1. + :
and serenlShnjdHit Halting friends i. "' .' -: .'. t. r 7. I
"new to the rest of the company.as 1 lot on 10th street near Ave. G," .a, big bargain at i..........H500S . .. .. .

"new" as possible, and In It were Iota on.Fifth street each'' 'l. '';'' '' .|......... ......yn .un ."' .,.., '" r.. : .K .:: --
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eI TWouseVfS I loTonlEIeaanti tCa ptr3 r ioom'Ane'Ijaco, easy twins, 11100 ; ., : : Report of condition on 'April.6th,- 1906, as reported to -

:C Ue homo! on tit aett.J..l.t"-'.,...n.- .. '..1..f. ..... ...'.;'."... .. |40CO, the Co helGmr '-fu1denseiJ--

mato once and a molcttll prick of tar- I

key and eIl7'8A rff '''rs' I DJ111111J Y rapidly"but; :ws prlosilw&Z fcav a:few 'ehele*. OHM ''::H ; ,," I

Pee K..rytklag.bgwo 9sft at theirrjn'j following' ,' ,,'

r* COD sja i,w.: btgeaps. .. "1111 1t 1fJ9'fJ/) If. Resources _

eleveaTarnjojrea ,aeTen'cnlffonlers'aiidflftytfarae' r lost t,onTw.1fUtJ iW9*.:..;:.. .:....1':.. 't........;.. ..$i0. i '
ttUadsnaaeras-:drawers;f BO* ;: f : J ; < l1
many of 'em Is the husband entitled to Inside Iota en Twelfth' StreetJDtattfflltQ .., ..1: ..: .... .... ......$1000I .", Loans and disco nts.. .. . .tvJ(] : ]! .$422,070.60

and bow many ,Is th nJfiT/askfd, gje J en other atrsia..! ... ...... ....... ...... ......pge S..L:
clubman. Overdrafts d. . ..... .
MTM young Neondflbalan;: laughed harshly. Corner. .lets.... i onothsr. 'I : oj tttreate.., "'.,.I tea{..'....'.,... 1Vt .......... ..........000 ; secur : 18.747.781
"Too are young and have much to .c I I' j U. S. Bonds, an< premium.I..,.. 71'000.99t t'

Team, e sea on t Remember that water, sewer, 8htsj>svlnd\and street railway Willi Other stocks and Bonds..... . .... ..... ... 41, i

R enf YA A. al u 'Banking H ouse. . ..... .. .... .\. .. .., '-9\1 .
; I. s-! :' tr
woc _. ., Due from banks $nd U. S. iTfeaJi .. .\" .
veils niching, hatpin, ribbon, silk
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stockings, ytlcgts] powder! pfeffjand; ,iju2| bsjli I ,s1a (! ; :> :Ca hjn vault.,, .. ... ...... ......... .. .. .. . n 'k--4' 3 '8I
safety pln .*nd to pursue w.oihj'be: 16 wrap"your*Own ) q noDfrlridWtf Ta.Jrt ,. 0. '
ip,235.1i
thmgs-yod
*-.o. on In ajjew( paper.and.keen them.! { .> ajTdzjrt I :: ,fk-V-J .;, ,,;; :, 'w' t ,. : )
under tbed.Xew Haven Paltar i
dlum.Jui"; "3 o . oUcHtI I" 0 .sa

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Z3Jhq
a.lM Orafge.
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A A new 11 way War to .e an ltt orange when I ,; n .[ "' .. Capital .. .. .. .|-. ..... ..... .I .. -.. ....... 1:? ",i.<1$ .. 3ooo.0(

- m" all t ray Tb f ?rft 1\ ; m..' ''' {y J.' 'BrownSanitary, .. ,.. .Surplu and undivided ilo s. .... .. ::4V.. ..: '6,766.G' 16 d

.... DJ tbe nRr r. f) '.. '.. .' :. National Bank JJotes.visDEPOSITS. ... . . .. .,U-.t', : .u. . 52,000.0<
rage a'caai separated from It up toCfttw ,. ".:: ., t"r.I I .- "
; vua.. TUTO Uie tau b.I... .cI7IL 'i j O1 '\J1a .-1. !. .r'N,- 1.. .c::. "v.sp: .. . 66.46 i 0.
... 'If"n.l & J .
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ii lrii m' : : ,C''' -, $725,235.1
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cinnamon cloves and mare. Just before -l.I.i,.: ..... "' 3.r'-.3&(} I.. Plumber
serving a UMup(>P flll.iotl.randJ'.Ja : ". j" '"' ," _' I .
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roared oyrrie! !ekbilud: Ite& AJ .
delicious slrnp forms In tbe 'ull whichIs r-rI The Fort Dallas National Bank offers to all customers :old and new every

then removed no that the orange! i favor consistent with sound bankin ideas, and every accomodation in seeping

.J.'v may dipped be Into parted the Into Rlrnp fwetlon as they.are These eaten.are' I 1019 Ave. D, Miami with their balances and financial stan ing. ; :

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A Weeded A.......*. : I
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"My husband has.a great. advantage FOR FIRST
over most men." .. Horse-Shoeing
CLASS

"He"Indeedr walks! In his sleep." I AND DISEASED HOofs SEE Ii Wm. M. Bro',n. .President Geo. RJ! Gomph. lashierYlt4)

"'Weur .
1 d "He can carry the baby,an. nightlong L L. F. LaFont ee 708 7th St J1 1 1L
and still set his natural rest. .
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20 cents a dozen WHALER'S JEWELRY STORE REPfIRING.


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II Town Topics. I II'll GRAVE
" STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY TRADE,I WELLS &


Council Meeting Tonight Are prepared to execute
THE I '"' The ciiy council meets tonight inEse orders in their

first of iis semi-monthly meetings.Brossier I


fiRST NATIONAL BANK : 0 want &\at'row property ; Washington, June 7Consul Ox- Millinery Department
; mun of Stuttgart Germany has sent I
forfeited Their Bond I an able presentation of the German
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trade situation and the Introduction stile
m1Taere but two arrests made by
MIAMI fLORIDA ,I ifjie police were In the past twenty-four t of American manufactures In that. Designer; of the latest Summer hats

.. iiirs, and both of these forefeltedHonda I country. Our boots and shoes find i iI I
I of $S each, rather than appear favor owing to their superior style: Ladies
I'I' t r trial in the Municipal court thIs I and finish which the Germans have I Tailoring Department
not been successful In Imitating as,
Capital : : : $50.000 I orning.i I they have with American stoves and' I (
manufacturershave I For street carriage and evening co ttnmt,
machinery. German
i Have you registered; for summer II
waists, tailor and coax
Surplus and Profits, $13.500 ': Prm at Miami Conservatory of American not only shoe supplied machinery themselveswith and I gown fl 4
jnsic?
I i Imported American foremen to supervise I 232 Twelfth Streets Miami ..

Assets over : : $500,000i IEo I "I',' .waiting Repair- I Iti putting the together shape and of the see shoes to the so proper that I, L- .1 -

i I j The steamer Kennedy, which was; the form and workmanship will appear,I i I. I
tuck on a bank at Torch Key for like that of the American article, but: -,
1 ;veral days Is now lying at the ter- they are now actually Importing In Ign'at r
M. BRELSFORD President I docks awaiting some minor re- ,
quantities of the American dressed
EDWIN A. WADDELL. VicePresidenta hairs before again taking up her run
W. H. SPITZER. VicePresidentEDWARD leather. I
C. ROMFH. Cashier. id the extension camps. But. somehow while the best German I
fO shoes have improved they still $ !
I [ BROSSIKR will collect your rent* do not have the "chic" appearance of''' pecial OijerS,1I

4Per 1 the American article. The German i I I
III Take Miami's Run manufacturers will not incur the great
and I!|3 The steamer Mascotte. which wasp outlay necessary to nave a large number -I ,
cent:paid onlsavlnn.compoundedlquarterly we reo a this port a few day ago 11'11II Believe of lasts and employ experts to
Quire no notice of Intentlon"towlthdraw j the steamer Miami. Captain j j"Sfchlte i I study new and catching designs. The I
part or all of your depositr I
I I : on the Port Tampa-Key West-: American manufacturer spends large
I Havana run. while-the latter goes off.for sums in that direction willingly, for
II I I. extensive repair i ii be knows tbat success there means
the week Ji 9thW
--= = ending ne
Ji great sales. There are really no com
I I Pt-Iltora. so far as design Is concerned I
i{i Rooms and board at reasonable prlc i wl.h she American shoes. Tne totalexports
I ; at 321 Tenih! street. I of shoes from the United I
t I Stairs to all countries shows the T

R I i jlf; For sale- Seven room plastere< enormous Increase from 14.702.000:! In te Lawn Waists, Men's; Ne@See Shirts,
,- :.-- ".. Drive I months of to $S, $1 25 50c
-- jionse::i with bath on Biscayne the first eight 1901. -
1 faired for lights.; Lot 60s 100. FlftjJer 1)70.000 In the same period last year. worth 1.75, at . worth 75cat|! . .

'r cent, batance .four years. "Invest American leather exports to Germany
abent," box 637. wee also greatly Increased. Wh te Lawn Waists, $2 UMen's Negligee

REO'T: Consul Ozmun also states that European 2.50, $ (I 00
'istoffice Extension manufacturers anticipate an. worth at..I Shirts, worth 1 25, at. .

:::5 The walls of the postofflce cxtensloiddition I .nvasion cf their :tiarkeis by the "' Sri lantlne Walking !
lomobile manufacturers of the United $4,50 Men's and Women's r
< 0 are now being' erected amwlthin Skirts, worth 6.00,at. '.] 5
:j the next month or six weeks I States. In which be fort costs great Shoes, worth 2 OO,at..*P -' .
/ :;*1U have bn, completed and the success if the Americans do not ship Slack Cheviot Walking Skirts, i
J Enlarged office In use This improvement flimsily built machines, as was doflfc
has been contemplated for s vjiral .I during the bicycle era. to our permanent worth 4.50. to go t3 fib Men'sjandj Women's t2' 00

/ hill just j month, but It Is just now gettioi I detriment. at. ,t. . .. . Shoeswolth2w0at..
climbs
Carrie a* many passengers; more ; goes all Under way.BROSSIEit. i ;
fait; ne less gasoline and tire: i* safer and moreta'cHr I
controlled: just a* luxurious aad comfortable and cot
ai.lavserntee4
mean I ,
lea for repair than many car that-seil for doable or'treble [ I LEGAL PAPERS FILED I| -
its price. :.: :: Send for the REO book: that tell why )
Will End TomorrowS
S June examination of applicants sidor Cohen & Co.
t 1 for positions as teachers In the public I I Satisfaction of mortgage Tropical
I schools of the county, began Tuesday' Home improvement Co.. to Amos L.
:Aborning) wi'l be finished tomorrow : Coffee et ux.Warranty .
(Miami Automobile Co. \Tternoon. tnnnjth, It will probably be j deed Cullen Pence and 3O3 TWeLflH STRCCT 'MAMI.
[[he middle o' next week before the wife to Birdie 8. Dewey for II and FLORIDA
t 13th Street near Postofficc i! -ading committee will have t finished : other consideration, lots 1 to 7, In. t .. art ). .'
the papers anj the results made pub clusive. In block t%. Boynton.
j Warranty deed E. J. Davis and wife
to J. S. Gregg f6V ISO, five acres IBecfion
I J Skagg cottage on Avenue C. fortent' 34, tp. 41. south, range 43 t i PLUMIINQ
'! to November lit finely furnish east. co. mean ITVLhlN done pipes properly
"SHOE YOUR HORSE: 1. for IIS.OO a month. J. H. Tatum Warranty deed. E. J. Davis and wifeto 114 an parts sea b'
SHOE YOUR MARE" Company. T. J. Britt for $100 aye acre lu and artistically flnUhed. :: This ULUMBINQ
||I i section tp. 44 south range 43 east r>r
Councilman and Mrs. J. C. Tuckerv Warranty deed E. B. Lent et ux to
any time you send themnad- do '
Issued Invitations to the mar Mrs. J. E. Hinson for 13.400 lot 13. that enD a poet eaa slag of Becaoa
the Job right, with coral eration for fage of their daughter Lillian Ursula. block 1:5 north. Miami It means tolld comfort sanitation sad
your animals feet and yonr pocket. t9 Mr. Wesley Marvin Allen, the Mortgage Jane E. Htnson to Dade
lone life to the work. We're proof
Long experience tempta ui Into sap pent to ,take place on the evening County Security Co., for 13,000. lot
Ing we know how to and, do satisfy i bf June 14th. at 8 o'clock at the M 13. block 125:! north Miami to say that we do that style plumbing.
b E.: Church South. Rev. Lowe, olllcla.itncl Warranty deed W. O. Perclval et i In new and repair work. Give u t
horse owner who places his anImal
every Miss Tucker 1* one of Miami's ux to Fannie M. Perclval for $I and trial
in our care. {slrest young women and loved by all other considerations forty acres In section He F. SCRUQO A CO.
I,rho'' share her acquaintance and aofMety 29 tp. 54 south range 41 east. e AVENUE:
a ._ J. A. DANN l while the groom i* a young Warranty deed. W. O. Perclval et "L5 +
s I than with a prosperous and promising ux to Cornelia Perclval for $I and

.:., .r 423 Cltvtnth Street. lallli. Fit present! and future. other considerations forty acre ID
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j section 19, tp. 54. south, range 41

.. Mallory Line 8. Co. New York east. BITTY BROTHERS[
III ton. Philadelphia. E. A. Perry, I Warranty deed B. B. Tatum to E.
Jcket agent 311 12th strt-et Miami. Rockhill for 11,500. lots 15 and 16. bk
9 south Miami
Warranty deed. Brown Holden et ux'I' Machine Shop
Z Court Bill Passed House to C. B. Holden for 1350. lot 10.

4 Press dispatches announce that the 31. Clows' addition to West Palm ...._ ..
{ sill: providing for sitCngs of the Beach. gents for the New Era Gas En nes. Gasolene .
: frnlted States circuit and district Warranty deed. J. F. Bndd Shoe, SPECIALTY
nd kerosene engine repairing
courts.. In Miami, has passed the Co. to Morris R. Keen and Henry O. '
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bowie and will now be sent to theSenate Fisher for 13.600 lots C and 7, blocks
for similar action. The 6111 100. Miami I General Repair Work
Is amended somewhat from that vets Warranty deed W. J. Roe and wife
; pad a few months ago by the President "Morris R. Keen and H. G. Fisher W8 SEVENTH STREET I MIAML FLORIDA
and It Is confidentially expected for I3.COO, lots 9 and to, block 100
that It will become a law this Miami
|ime without opposition. Warranty deed. Mary and W.' R
t Brickell to A. W. Shackleford for $%10 N BUT EVERY
V )T TODAY DAY
,|Office.lecoverlng Wanted-. Clean cotton ran at this 42 lot east 40. section 9 tp. 50 south, range ;

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from Illness I' CLIMATOLOGICAL SUMMARY GrumUted Swat, per pound . . .5c

Captain W. J. Driscoll. prominent. White Bacon per pound . . .11 Me
t ty J The week as a whole was generally
connected with the construction . . .2SC
fair except over the southeast portion 7 ban Oct.: Soap .S .
I' ii F. E. C. Railway extension with
I, :teadquarters at Key West, who has of East Florida, where Scattered a heavy show rain 1 i'I Fresh Etfs,per dozen . . . ..2tCCompany

$2.50. <>>een' under treatment !In the company's occurred ers prevailed Wednesday.Irregularly Thursday and*' choice Lessons, per oOXCfl. . . .. .ZIc
$2.50 ,
hospital here the past week! : .or .
the southern districted
more, for a threatened attack of ma- Friday over Cot prices on an other foods at
over the lower portion of the cenl,1district.
I ;;lard Is out and about, and will re-I
Low lands were too wet
to hit position In a few days
morn 'during the of the week. The''
forepart
and and ; Urs. Driscoll. who was visiting In I. '
1 condition of the soil Improved how Grocery
< acksonville came down to be present At mstrong ..
I ever, as the week advanced. Ponds ,
ivtth her husband during his Illness.i and small lakewhere stock have
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1 recourse for water, are In their normal ,
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$3.00. Brotalft! wants to Hat your property :,condition as a result of the rains of I I
530,00II I'the preceding week. i
[it'mbrel1U repaired and recovered. : The temperature averaged about'the See Dr.BurnhamTbe
aTe at Racket Stop '' nnriral. The warmest weather
t occurred during the last few days of

Beside this patent Gibson tie we have model j ttf soft I TO THE PUBLIC the week. The maximum temperature
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Weather Bureau stations wag 9 Miami Snrgeon and Specialist
Mack kid and gum metal, in variety of shape and de&ijnfc. J Thli is to Inform the puUJJe that we d!-e'e's T Tamnii. hut this record was ,
They are here in all.shapes and leathers at S2.50 and ?|-00 J J"t' net/ni'rd the business' recently exceeded at come cooperative stationsIn
-onJucJed by Mr. R. J. !Mathers deal- the Interior. Th. rt- was moro than If ou are a sufferer from any Chroniccpi cl Ulcer.. Tumors, Canters -
ns' 'n a'! hli!; :i pi'.'e blcvclrg and M- the average; amount of sunsMje.! exH or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head, Throat ..JJ:'
"yc'e sundries' and Anlas a pneralijcycle -. h' ".'uh: portion where .
Stomach Bowels Dvspepsia.ln figest'on. Rectal
repair business! Wp have had the skies were partly overcast .luring Lungs
ij I -iiaiixr of years rtjierlpnr.: H this s -"..j '-flsinos I/ : and cnarantec mir woi'h 'o ..e tee rainy seasnn. the monthly preclpttatton
Ail Latest Electrical Aid? Homeop tiiic ,Medicines
ie entirely satisfactory. When in'need twin:: more than twice as .
of a coo.j wheel or repair workSof treat as that of May. The greatest '
stock of Specially prepared rem die for Special ork;
an a large "
any kind! gi119 a cnll and! we monthly amount of precipitation at
11? gl"Oil satisfaction. any station during June was :3.: Inch
I I Respectfully. u .tit'4 airs ls!> Tht'hbe Ladies Maid 'Alia)s in Attendazie

Harper & Harper !;!: 1 temperature ev, r rccor-le,1
II lOi: Avenue D. in\ I .;; n: ; I' taint in Metropolis Building From 9 a. m. o 4 p. m. San. exceptedt
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TEN PACE I THE DAILY.f MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY JUNE 7, 1M f JFAQI Flva


It is the Quality and It Is the quality and

the Price that makeour Everything' For The House the price that mak


goods. popular our goods pcpubr
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; / Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utensils' ,

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,Frai:1.k'T.-I31..1dge: : I 19th. Street Mim.i t F10rida I

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Mr. and Mrs J. A. Wright )tlsses '
Offlce: 'Phone 35 Fl. MJ KING! 'Phons88Undertaker Nina and Clara Lanewho left a month''

Most Any | ago expecting to spend the summerat S ,
and Embalmer Mayport, Fla, have returned to I f
their home here, Mr. Wright having; ; + rs
been transferred from Jacksonville to!| :
DAI. 1300 AVENUE D .R one of the rock trains at this end of .

RESIDENCE XIB 7th STREE1jjcrzonal the! road. While away they visited ,_-
# at Jacksonville and Pablo Beach, and i .i
report a most enjoyable time. .
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Is apt to be one on which Brassier wants to list your property Vi

you will have to purchase j j ( Peaches
... Dollar and a half book containing ,
t' .. -- -_. .. full description San Francisco earth- GIt Peach,sad
I I I quake and fire. Katie Soules. Cocoanut -I>
Mellow
A Mrs. Ingraham and children of ttlter :' There's daily one way to give dessert Grove, Fla. ii Peacli
Palm are In the city today. the flue Ribbon Flavor." Ask I Dd y.u ever driak k?
for Blue Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla .and j,: of Ft. LanderI Goes to that
i Mr. and Mrs. Kelly id4t ucool NOW
)orl. R. L. Wall. of OJus la spending I dale, returned to their home last uu ti yea Yea ioo: you[: :
WEDDtNGGIFT' mbw
the day in Miami. I plain i I i I night after attending the funeral of is cuc aid
I Saxelby went up to Jen their daughter Mrs. Madison Bur' can't e.otgh, you That there are a great racy' adtl
Woodmill for sale good!; profits an sen tats mdrnlng on business connect. i, dine Tuesday. They have sufferedi caatdraktoocMCh.CAUFSJOM who Judge others by U 4 brand of dg-'
small investment. J. H. TatumCo. ''ed with th< pineapple crops and will i,i the loss of a son and a daughter within qdl A
| return Sattt day. He will be up and i{i the past six weeks, both of whom i: ire they smoke
lo1\'n I the fpad until the end .of the| were In their twenties anJ the gym I Ir i
The W. C. T. U. meets tomorro pine aealOl ,* ir-athy r of the entire community Is with ITS A F AGE
at the First M E. Church. Specia!' I them. I u >
business. I Those desiring carriage hire will ;I AcmcBottlwgWofks
receive prompt and firstclass service j! BROSSIER. means:HEAL ESTATE. Our Norma Martin* .Brad__at Scents
Well be ready for, you when Comfortable cottage very beit location by applyingjto] Mrs. Arnold 303 llth Sixth' ttree, wWt sr & ts* Fastery is equal la fragraaee and aroma

the day comes with the ,right for rent at low price. Furnlah I(! Street Thine! 150. I! Wanted- Clean cotton rags at thin to the regular 11 cent &arana. Cfear'
or unfurnished. Call at 233 11th.St ,offlce. Our customers all claim them die
..Goods at the RIGHT I PRICESMAYNARD&SON I|I Mrs.. C. tIt; Johnson leaves today+i j! I best yet f
WanteJ To borrow $600 on Ian for Wllsonf N.' C.. to remain until the i Senator and Mrs. Frederick M. Hud: t
worth 2000. Land, care Metropolis 'Bret of August Her three children. son, and two children leave tonightfor 1 .
Jenny. Thejma and Lewis accompanied Pine 'Bluff. Ark. where Mrs. Hud-i

Ralph LaBfee who was reportec her.Ten H j j son and the children will remain. HAYES ,I
as very low yesterday is slightly bets: 'through the hot months, and Mrs.Hudj'j e e sAT '
ter today. ( cent* a copy will be paid fo I son undergo an operation on the I FOR I? t
J i copies of the' Miami Dally Metropolis throat by a specialist who has treat, The Cigar Man
;of April 3.i iwhen delivered The '
to the Me- ed her. Senator will spend his
REAL ESTATE. MRS. lIcALU
OPTICIANS .
,JEWELERS an*] '
TER-BECK. ,tropolls office.ft. I vacation there also, Arkansas AttlDRUOOirrt OPPOSITE HOTEL: BISCAYNX
Next te Poetofftee ......... Pier tfa J his native State. being I II .
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Commodore Munroe M Cocoanu < Mr. andjMrs. Ralph Worthington
Grove Is in the city today, havinj,I closed theitbeautlful winter residence HOMIER, means REAL ESTATE I '
J. B.Hawkl .. Laaseter J.IThe LwsnsiiM,
B.I.
in Ft. Dallas nark
come up in hit new auxiliary yesterday >and I
Mrs. L G. McAllhter.&ed yacht f left last night for their home In Cleve- !
SEE MRS. MCALLISTER-BECK
I land. Ohio,d They are among the last i Miami Co
s* BROMICR will eetlect year rents ,|of )ollaml" ;;rinter residents to leave ABOUT REAL ESTATE Grocery .

I and ...111.return In November. I
Real. : Estate Mils Willie Colyer II expected t'j I If, __ Summer rates at the Rutherford
!< - reach Miami tonight from Thomas Boardlac Hon... JU. Ninth street ;. Staple and Fancy Groceries
Rentals Insurance rille Ga.. where she hat been attend[I,"313 Furnished rooms', at"summer- .prices. J rRUITSand VEGETABLES 1
llt.h.
,- ing Youngs! Female College. I i\4. Miss. Louise Scott who has been attending -:
friends the Washington seminary In1 I Our stock |f groceries is comolete and we think we c IB aatplj
Typewriting done at the Metrbpott Many here will regret the Atlanta. Ca., will arrive Saturday the aim to
nome about everything required in baking line. Our |a keep
Office HalchettBldg; resignation,?of Captain
office at reasonable rate Copeland as afternoon. She has been cTak. will be
them
t i I spet.ding only the bent nf groceries and our prices on ,
conductor Pf the F. E. C. Railway.Mr. .
this week at Macon with her found to b..right. Goods 'delivrred, prompt) to any part of the
Suite No. 2. 320 1-2. 12th St. Mr. A. Baur returned this morning I: engineer Copeltnd oft the has main been line running as.friend Miss Myra Blrdsey. Miss Scott city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always 'fesh. Give n a call t
after spending, a fewidays in Jackson between will be accompanied home by Miss
rllle on business connected with this<, Augustine( and Miami anJ return Mary Lou Hachett. of West Palm
+ F. E. C. Water Work Construct to his honii at Quay. Beach,,'who will be her guest for several 1 I' Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street. Micah?,rlorida
i THE RACKET( STORE at this point and at Palm Beach!L weeks.-Ocaia! Banner.
BROMIKM mean Mr Immunsiils
Wanted-Foreman for orange gro,, Picture tranies made to order. The j
Apply.: person at the grove.' M.Barbank'oraoge manage Racket Store.Mr. -
IS JH[rutE: Glade Section.Mr. ) The of Mr. Gaston Drake
and Mist May Robinson was solemnis
ed at Lake;City yesterday afternoonat and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler arrived I
A. M. Terwllliger. of St Aui'lltJne. four o'clock at the Second Advent In Ashevllle Thursday from the
who hat been looking over hi Church. & r. and Mrs. Drake will Sapphire country.wbere they had been
Galvanized Wash grove Interests In this section,. ha make Miami 'their home and will be for the past week. The Florida railroad ) !
returned' to his home In the Anclen welcomed [by their host of friend. magnate and his wife have been JSTRA
City. here. |j spending a month In the mountains
Tubs Sot to 80c of Western North Carolina. They I f- '
GROVES. COTTAGES. ETC. MR!. Another! 1 big dance Is set for tonight will go to New York after leaving
UeALUSTER.BECX. to take plaot at the Fair building. The North Carolina and return to Florida .
young society men are giving it and next winter." -Jacksonville Metropolis. t J
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Wetzel of arranging H 'to be a most.enjoyable
Cocoanut Grove will leave next week: affair. | $10 REWARD and if you don't find what !
Our galvanized and kitchen for the mountains of Virginia to spent Lost- Pearl handle Smith A Wesson
I the summer. The doctor will return Mr. H. 5. Bemis, manager of the revolver; SI Sal. S 1.1 Inch bar
wares are the best and we I in the fall but Mrs. Wetzel may I Colonial teI.t Nassau and the rel. Return to this offlce and receive you want tell .us of your requirements .:
main all winter.
away I Continental Hotel at Atlantic Beach. reward.
"sell the best for the j Is In town tjodaT on business connect. and
Boat Wanted- If you hare an a r we can
I ed with tht F. E. C. Hotel Company. There are many people wno can comb
taliary schooner or\ launch for he being fcseistant general managerof read human nature In the lines of the
least money. send detailed description and the Hotel Company as well as hand. They tell to their own satisfaction
to. the Metropolis office,. )[JamJ. PrlJ manager o| the two-- ., above named what kind of a carries pretty near supplying them .
hotels. gAnything I I the hand. There are others who can .
The many friends of tell a man by the war he holds his
-w.D LL EVER'iTHINo- Nellson. the efficient sanitary Inspec- you want done sidewalks, i head. There are others who CIA teD
.+ BELL IT,CHEAPER tor v will be glad to learn that he.1,1 sewerage landscape gardening roads by the penmanship what kind of a '
recovering from his recent IUnesand i he Is, and In each there Is
built land ='cleased. See Fred person ease
Butter.Miami
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'W.ri.Chaile&Sontxll will be out anJ about In a fev | much truth. No. 152. Three lots on Ave D at $500 each: terms halt cash

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days. Did you ever stop to think that yon
Avenue D, Miami. ,.Pla.I ,ROMIEJt mean Safe tii...int. .... can ten a firm by its advertising? No. 153. Two Iota on Avenue D aDd South Wai ee street ':
For Sale Well established me bl Study the ads In this paper and yon unimproved, price $800 each, or both for$1500. .
sad 10 cent Anaa at lilt AT*. IXG. cantlle business paying 1290:() a mont WI win" be surprised how true to life they
grossi profits for about $1.800- OB ell; H-H. are. Thla U a better test of our theory $. 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for I20CO. $ 000 ash
terms.. J. H. Tatnm It Co.. j I Mrs. Bradwell than else. know
thing You
any balance in tone jear. There is a little hone oa this pi ice which :

'., M.' VINCENT'' .Mrs. P. T. -Skaggs leaves MonJa; 23 Avenue DUp the r..nm."eare.merchants and you can judge bow pays $lbO per annum. Property will make a roof bin inns!site ;

for Lexington, Ky.. and she will hat There are the firms who have been la I
To.Date I No. 15|. We can recommend this as a food invest neat. On
Millinery )
Pbysldan and Surgeon the'pleasure of meeting with the oil business a long time and have a fair
acquaintances and friends who wll business at a good profit They are I this property there are six houses in fgf ffcfdittan, 1 he ,earl,
Female Diseases a Specialty congregate at the great Kentnck; DryGoooX Fancy Notions, tlsfled to let things take their course I rental amounts to $720 and the prjf, only] $4, trite $1200
home coming held In July. Un.Skagg' Fashionable Dressmaking Their aj tells that they can be found cash, and balance in annual
a..w-ca PbOB*M*. O Ve.Pho..131C will also visit at other Kentucky csti': Call and at the same old place and their good PJJ5VTof $500. j

Residence: 214, 14th St. lea and at Hot SprlD .. Ark. f Inspect I are the.same aa usual so there 1s souse I- No. 14-[ One goodet facing the bay ua 3" '
to,change the reading hence their or1 house ,
flice: room 4,6,8 Hatchett Bldjf. I" ad aU valuable Iqta for$320D and balance to an t.
I stand the tame the year, and ., terms $700 ash '
year after year.
No. IS roc the
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There other firms who cottage'd
are make f ocr room two story ,
sensational runs of prices below the three, $30terms lee We can Cue n H liberal
cost price and when you rent It yon on Will sell .eparately.
OeIioeator3monihs Grocery Bargains look at once for the hook for you know *. A.k for them. t
It Is a bait because no man CIA ..0 Ko/l residence, facing the by. i-'
goods below cost unless he makes h outa.O'1. Anew two story Price S'25OO. w.th terms
other Drhe.
up some way. the Biscayne
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J. There is the firm with the eaten of ftc the' l'bY 01.D..300 a Dam. Ii Toa.ant aomethl.c new
per
sentence "We want your moaey.That ." and dow a

Butter, the best cteam4 at 27c the Tar was It a fool was thing run showed to advertise the firm and 'd attract! e, this I' the place to buy I

was new In the advertising Hell It i
Soap Octagon 7 cakes for 25c was run until everybody was tired
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I and the papers did not want to print'I .
It any longer. Then that firm madea
New patatoes, per peck: : 45c change of front and advertised that
For 25 cts they would OH any order made to the
quaTylpk. catalongue house for S cents less tha; O. & on
Old 35c
4 I potatoes, good It could be delivered from Chicago f. ros Bier
+ I Everybody said It could ''not be don
bst the firm made good their promii '
and that Is always the test of value
I advertising. Their ads have

I Magnolia GroceryPhone ; w'C ompany.i for the the kind mind that of It takes the oberTB very Uul effort of of t Estate and Rental Agents

I gut reader and buyer t fntelli
I they are up to Jate and Utltj' 12001

n i 84. Comer A enue D and 4th Stree.J! j'' their MIAMI line. HARD'We leading see In I Avenue D Miami florida


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J._ "' "':' "- la"a yard of tape might lead to the oareiktthIagot
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-' a mystery. \f /"

fi;;. .. .; \- : Qfa.twho """4rsj Boarombwas grejt! located uiktTtotbi .i

poatofflce. "@Ye could keep her eye_ .
"pieATTORNEYS prfcssjo? J4n *on.the postmaster. There was a black-. "
Arrived tmlth shop oppositeShe could have j jth

. .. uxrT, ] $ smith and all his customers under s
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t I c I constant tqilonage. Aa oft. was lull
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8F cLtO t.'AN s .
t. --t "1:1 n It $et ht:tlpeimlgiaeryptulnw.'It took .. .. j .
) a full hour's talking to make lira. Baseotob -
P.tt.r.oz. COP.""" t. tSut, Iiy Homer Sanfpu } part with $30 In cash In exchange

AT LAW.WWptaotleeta.U S O | for a detective's" mmfMtoa.. btlt. T; rr- If'
finally parted and was i advised to"Ipot" r
.osrnSassI reSsial As BrlggsvIIle was a tiwji of 2, all crosseyed men mailing letter
bs I1tavin..ter.s. latasu/ p/rtsMM Inhabitants and (wasted a fair hotel l
at night after ttte..poetomfeehad
I rl Tats there,bad been aiytvalniberk bf tram tI IIIecL J ..:S>. 1 Grand Skirt: Salet r.I
j.Jfr.tr.: Cl1.8..I: rwa. for>e rt.J utlth 'r.:,Iri e.wL4t.might I r Jt>m1ng the next week the man :wwI ; "

JXLjenned.ererxiUyanlTal!> Dram-- ejtived was oa the saunter most of the -
is urltotrs'lm'rlctxtolc:; mers paid the tpwu'&,rlIt; uen when tUne., The two dry goods merchants
I
Seymour: & AtkinsonAttorneys looking for a a"opportunity to go Into sod one of the grocers refused to buy r.
business would"comeftat v ay; strangers commissions on account of religious or 'Gol\J1
andY' who dUlnt al waTBVnbn% themselves some other scruples, but everybody
Counselors At Law.nfdalattntkut.CIVUorct1C1 to the Inquisitive lan ord would else\ approached bad only to be talked 'JBurfs
: : ; tO'for a few minute to pay a price. If w'
.an_It., come anA;BO. Bach and every guest received they'wouldn't pay :f$30. the price wasgradually : tJ
atw..a7M.ca1rt11] '
: public
f >E. more or less lotlce. but reduced) $:i. The arrest ota

Rooma1\ 6,7,..Frissell, BIdE.9tiamiA *. '. .-' dropped out of mind whets e dropped ;!single murderer. they were told I
out of sight would make them' good a thousand

L The man who finally aryl ed slipped times over. j _. .IS.- '
:;Worley In so qtdKI that be had be n a guestfor'thrae'tr {cot!" less than twenty women were
'.1 : ;'" ; bjctaded tn* 'Mr. Jones list and when One lot white-and polka.dot.duck, OiDon1'' '
four days ber >re It wu ri I Miss f thi Sale of
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N, Attorney at Law goceniliy:, known chat he.was yresent I[be could secure'no more clients In! the t1S,ro/t/ 12.5Q. \x ....-,. .. \; ..
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town be worked the surrounding county -
310jrweiftbsf4 Miami Floridadeo. the'J ,
U.. 'walked' trom -jot'twtead
up ,, -. Not a farmer or a tarm.blre4 ne.10t.Whltt..circulac fl0untar.. I ,
i" --' I' ff,M riding }n.the'. bus Hlnr'and] pam '{a"'tgsh i man turned him down. It happened la 2.50 value now. . . .. I
E'ictrJ. He < :
lptpke.
/M. Robbins several cases tbat both the farmer and

for the par as soon as ,he"arrived.. >, ie his man took'rommtsslou: and were One lot brown and linen skirt 1:98---n
didn't-cos the train, .tor jbelng kite Instructed to watch'each other. 11fl'fl
AtW{JA;rJ J:46s: lor 'w t'UM.Jhetowa'; on -:account of I:,0, >e fi.tVben Mr. .Jones departed be left and panel! effects, nine gored -i OSI (

AtLaw: tudhoteJe! the. streets. : e? tookt tte more than a hundred detectives behind 250 value, n".r

S IllsnaUcs raZ1CoWi, SUM aad r..s.I .-.' tjbdlord Into Ills confidence .t'.OD'11nd l him to watch for the coming of the
::"':-I ', e' iainet...tbatateaa'sit b; ) aalthaalght crime 'w."". They were"& to make One lot pleated circular flounce, 2 48' FiL I
spend month It re peratlag. ports to the home office whenever they beautifully made. $3.00. now. .
& .. track a clew. Not on their life or lives One lot plain black stainless
Hudson Boggs KJif ate supper and the isit downIn
the% rpow and amolMp 1nd dozed Were they to give away the fact thatCer'were One lot plain crown linen skirts worth 12 l-2c.now3p'r.' for .25G(j
for the or 1.25 I
l 4e .al and an wer fcb CJaw'inestlons\ and keeping their working eyes peeled. Craft'cun agency 1.75 now . . . . r-:
asked none at a1 and tttwas the generatfitdtctrpefotd be order of One I lot plain I black hose, staln-
Tow leT"Building, Miami Florida wiit'iitfea ping and .lIeD wuat the. 0
{ 1* t.oiiA a'ai', ., i- ? __ be didn't< anMant to ae dsiaTlMeempared that $ Qledl1 x3. 1.a+ 3 One lot misses' white linen finis and P. less 15c value L. ... ..I G_, t,

e::v.-.t t'CF "tarrsar' : 11 "-etlxr arrivats> I' During the next-twn-mouths Brtggs- K. skirts 175 and 250 nON .1 1. hose! -. -

p, t "J > George K Jones, as'-the' who nile had an uncomfortable time,of It $125 and. . . H' 1.g 98 One lot pWlb c ,, stff -,-
tit n di OIIM'Wtu P.4Onrlaar.a% ..._......tVtMnt Every one bad a feeling that be was less 25c value now. .t. n18 '.
odder esplonager-and-.bla feeling was
rttheot.it- Our entire line of all wool I I
Includi
HsMiess ell street tightThere was prowling about,by I ; volts 1 L
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contra'- *-C- Ij : day and by night Men and women sitting mohal .. English serge and novelty One lot lace hose In black, white
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I TAlt7.: FLORIDA +nt,!+IMt e r .2 Oc
f In their church pews of a Bandar suitings at a discount .of.25 per, cent.. : and tan. 35c value now. . .
1q,1b'tf gland around hi a suspicious manner
Dr. Jam M.4aosonf Jr.nn i forgot all about the sermon.. Boys eWlbQJ
u&' j d One lot fine 5@ : 'UtI.,

t&e c1 uii S uaBT3NYAOe t. #. t : Sale I ',of Fine LacesWe .- black white ann 50.cent i..OO

ftbersand mothers who were shadow -I f ',valae 3 for. 't"fo 1. x t:\
inked J -
of the left when be was for a ,
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lag some one else.git have added to'our I lace sale of I'last r
X31 n'ai 'am private telerrlewiS H.tasmirtly matIe1ItDIt1batJr..at ,
u &we tit 11II7118 .ILD1f."W..13 gp to mmlat tiritmd' was at a occurred.church' aortal Mrs. BaseombpoogbtJtjUioat that the week a 'goodly line of black late 56 One Tot blacY'anif'wfiite} Tace'" tlf,,
grand
1IIf.1nrt Ike fI"IOJt1d"t1lP Ucn. ( expose br.cbargfcg the cross .6 ,.1-2to 12 l-2cnow..L Ustep-value. now . . .
i In minutes was
; RUSH. transformation.-.t'III"o Jones there ct1the 1 a' sleep Jnldnlght eyed cooper,This with'.was.mailing In revenge a letter,for bis at :A'line of val laces worth 3c tp 5c per-- One lot brll1l rtt&ts i A!hIOse eJ .4 Sb1'W. '

Oloe m;)st.. '9 () eyes uI and 1p'lagflnJi; c feet kn6t beeaXe as that alert be hogging the Ice creIm.d 1\1Lr.Jn 1ore five,tha minutes i.1I1a .share' It cam of .yard now 15c and 25c per-ddr.-ya.rds a r btact; whlte.. value-1. now. .1

IWl4e.3 It"a; bail regt(eret; under a false name; be jut that there.:werVabont forty detee I f
confessed that he was not what be ad
iVb- tlvis"pr senVandthat'each one>
791 1} see&tt< ; be'owned np that; be was at -
beets th 'othera. and then a
spylns on '
p jd< ffj I J1 effective agency ..Ddrea'di free-for-all scrip occurred, and the,police 61 6
J U C Muirett.M.D. to dobuslness 1I"lth1bllb08t, on made several l arrests.'This brought M. Burdine 316 and 3 r Zt t l.SI
the ..liberalterms.. There
.;> post hadn'tbeen I,but the'whole plot and laid bare,the : .
of aroundBriggsrllle
crime
q tt'LO te t lbocm/t i lad any fort several any account but this Character of the man who arrived and offs i aft
e f lit N trltRlf yean there -was weeping and walling and
B6ndlcRtQo state of affairs could.Dot last mudJ "
'"',', b am'I'' : I:. .l'I'}" .h-.! '. .0 -,"-Po.Ia. ,longer. there,would.be.a.(crime wavesweeping' i That aahincotteetIL"11"11'ten years ago;-but, the defectives ___ -- -
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'latedesce iii 10thtreat. along'pretty'aop4 and hit tl
never for
of Brtggsvine;.have

bb'1tthnHbTTDR( dIllJID'DJ :-most agency M'the wanted arrests,to be aM'iWtMUs In ii and -make fcaost. {given tot, arrived.each other.'but.they The'glare"crime and wave shake has rk's Oysiera9dT f 9RJHo
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of the rewards. !| _
i their Gets at each other. And In some ,"K-annr: use r" 3 er -j"
'""' --He-wasttiereinadvanrerof thrwareto
IItnt '' t!locality.,the.manwho arrived.Is arriving Sea Food Our Specialty
lay his wires lie"wanted: to make I ,
Oradln repeating'bla I Jjerfonnance. '
!! again ,
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WL old Jll1 t
ttemn #
I1I&o. M of the landlord > foo.Me
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plate
Welle Drilled. Sidewalk sleuth of the Brut, order-a id he Dadaprinted [ t I .Oyster by quart or ga
commission duly dated and :t" Opera [fader Dlfll'rmlH. I served at all hoar 410 12th[Street Miami Florida
II t jsauUtwentyj l be ciclanjed fofja ,] A contemporary account says"At' I

W4I0.1Mf dJ dollar)fl 1 Jdlord was .'jjie first performance of 1* Travlata' I '
[ F CI' to spot robbersaas mJd< I ?n as fast '=the tenor. Grazlanl, took cold and sang .4.its Investigate Be fW\1MV\
DArne th j| tutfled al and ei M In his reports ;'tis part throughout In a hoarse and aJ- ,i

t"A ,f.'n6 & rlkb Lr4j( wards.. Itnost Inaudible voice. M,. Pares the .J

D Nut to Port Oat* It did not take the proprietor of foe Baritone, having what we would can a .- Wind B v@i JO ,zduT-
lde du .secondary role took no trouble to bring '
GEO. L. MCDONALD handing over. Ills Income from tile :out the dramatic Importance of this (Has been' adopted 'b/ the best people of [the country a* the
detective business would( not be lass abort but capital part so that the effect cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who hare
arp' b& Tersu v than $2.000 a fear and might ran 0 ,; of the celebrated duet between them they could have steam gas and hot air too if they wanted -

"T..J E.i .'N..Ju1kJ a o'h41 ;for tfuoi tot. 4Wf ppportnnldis y YJoletta,.andJ rmond tn.the. second it 'I handle the best mill made and make a specialty ot this ..
COCOANUT GROVE. FLA. tt1nJ(' were AIT $ set was entirely, mimed.' MmeDonatelH ; business and with my pump mechanism that 1 have just been, -
ttOr.course be was told that looking. ,"who impersonated ,delicate granted patent on I will guarantee to doable the capacity, r'"
J b J b J <. iJ't .reJaWUil 16ttU4 1 fit.. the fonn4atloa r sickly heroine, wis one of the stoutest value and life of any wind nuL outfit. AajtID1riDCC"'NbW\lt|
lrA of detective work and given many5erbp be '
;ladles on the stage or off It and whenat prosecuted. ...
,Ip Q4 Alf aD bairI the beginning of the third act the 1 :-:;; !
rW'ALTE ;/b// I iJrIt e4 ,.ltwekrd.kral'jrl.b Ii and .. r doctoPdedares "consumption has '

Cllsfii gl: fj1 1 Ing known up'three fo flftefcaiear or tour old.'*topers WODderIWcb' he h d- 'wasted cannot away live,the more young-than lady a fewboorsthe'sodlence and thatIhe" 'CT f'f'I H. PERRY. ,Cocoanut drove;-Florida.

: W
ot.tzleilt" end
Ing' mpro : was thrown Into\ state
-der-'I' tIt ..wIIlL" II d f of perfectly 'ullroa oal' glee;'a'; stats j
The HouseF. less than seven men to keep an eye *n. I :dlfferenf from'.that necessary: to time. &op-in-tnt take a teak at :
Chapman very ]
In future and It was generally rema-. apreciateth. tragic action. of the last ..,...,' lin* flI1nI a'_, ."< -Do.. *! hrget'tAiiptiaa J Contractors 'Pfffnetftv.j j AW
r W. CHAPMAN. Prop. ed that be seemed more alert thin rF AND
act SO ,woD4er.that "La'.Trarlata": :
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tts w..bGI .
Special I
BAMS S2.W per "y. y i
us b'rl6ri : ff 1r
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..._ tketoptoru.1&bo..la made"a'fiasco under these .trying ctr
.. _111 of Palm.td 0& tilt i "Xext day file man who[arrived satered *D 1' Vet adequate.ly JOHN 1W1U. e\ 1ROlltTwettt. SAVE
attlsat()out Casal,.__. .pI-ppio Into the, Urery' .staW lie bid cnmstancesl when more 1 1 Ilyou. don't want to MONEYI
t 4001:;::Su MTu. prd..t...r..d OCMI soabN: batkt.g Fiends.. i sauntered In there before; talked horI Immense performed favorite the opera with soon audiences became of aa allnatUs,0aad.Terdl .,.#INtquartrti 'I1I ctI"IswBtltIlttYr -* :i we can't help you. If y'ou 'a :coirfi'to' rsr
I then'uante 4 .. atteet, .Blseayaej >Tloel ,, .
Delrayi FloridaGraham for a few mlnatet and bad.BO reason to si* tl&J zs:- : t- s l aThad

oat again much,to the disgust of tt. ber tile-4\aUten\ .attending Us
Nm -
4l4) '" Gt ? tirair owner.' This time he'dldnt talk boriafTb Ant appearance In pabUc.-; ,tt-, 'T: .A. Mcjdg.
'
rja Uyeryonnwaa aU aJooe.butlawaa ,
ttdr"fiiird'Builder taken to the rear md-of.tbe bart ): 'Attacks'..,Ra751t7.Th. ,. ..'
C6titrt to'be communicated 'with. Mr. JoaM king often and most serf- LOCK N GUNSMITH.LlIJIi7tl'
1 tldbaj'oac.bnldIog3gja ItP.pJ
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n0 a RBttt+ SCttOn: AS .- n.tittltr bad noticed that be bad 4 bead on btp. veal abot at was. Louis Philippe, who I C.fJtJpert j riq
1 > ll1t00/4 Jones,bad also noticed that he bad Ha. _epatrt JC _
r'ia4 ray n j $omebtrw! was never hurt by his would Yellow Pine' and l
Ls% Rsf.rss".foi' ork a.d id ielIsU ere, llke- ,n eagle and;a persplcacjythat | : .b* assassin The-most desperate attempt f.\\.esuEc-: _'. _MI AM kinds itd'44IK 191Frf19'
.Idb.d( oral enabled tom td teUJa-borse: frtfit .,..
c.Ua.d 'made by.FVschl the Corsican f"- also sell 1 Lime, Brick ((4 ). Cement,. Sash,Door
r.o.N.tbrl.rt '
ro.
i eownoa eight.I.ne Uwrytnaa4t ;:who operated with aa Infernal : f. Mouldings and whatever else. builder
ttered. He couldn't. help put be. / jnarhJnfc: He.'waa. once fired=nposr at V J a requires.
& dl ergdl : ha J ifefl1 aHed'a fool f. often enoifttt tench-close(I quarters that the Bash of the OU= ,lII=lllIuJol -=It- _+-JJJLJ1 =weai-possible figure. aI! ,
OJT : foW'fr11 M1durt 1 very bust j!I pistol set fire'to tbetoonet'of Queea -
If In a conntV here there were 261 'J'' Marie Amelle. who eat beside him lacarrtefe. pu Know where we arel 14th Street, :Miami Flonda
'f)'; Repairing nJ, irate. diatli 'i nd steer hills sndfindthat ." .' Bat"on*"serious-attempt .
1"1N.e.rPRI5TON- t6 alt the'pto>*t> been. .'1["was msdetoasitaslnate"Napoleon L'It at "
about Itali: .the Uia>' w>allke-ponrft- 'J 'w..' wttH an !Infernal taaehhie. 'Na--
304 9th St. P. O. Box 311 sweet oU on .'burn. \. oleon "lit.*. had two narrow escapes. ii ias aiiuA :
.After SP boi r"s coaveir i anon the man?One'was'when the.Orslnl'bombs ex- .

:'Ems ti NAB Ehmann Of horses' and. bugles g vl.'JP' f25 ad< /<:'ptaded'around his carriage; and the
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received a commission'to aCt as dete [other was at the-nols ;d8' ftoulagne,
w!o-ai r ttlfsmfM OBW .- 'J.J J tlve' !" lie wa j not to be' onfliW to a.,j j f I r wfien'a ball! meant for bls'gaesti; Alex i

Architect one!! sort of'crime- but and do business with -Imlnals of aK)1! hts ald'-dfriamp's. horse' .-London Xews. 5 and toJfJ1.1 9 C"m gdnom L
\ West Palm Beach Florida 1\et** J H
sorts regardless of age i ir sex. j E Inc.
Hr.Jones had kft the.*:aWes the nft [: kclmtlv* Brlchtan. of tk* Stan.The" ?S ; ; ; : i
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;a ly made detective bad made up' b>4 'dream .or, Joseph II the oldestdocnmeat'knowu ) 11)! JJ' FRU TJ AND
Merritt & Kolb )
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mind to keep an eye on the landlord'the ra In which' the brightness Variety Store VEGETABLEPACKERS Accident tllfQ
j bad suspected tM.t the..tara. Is referred to. In It (
hotel U. long of '* '-
Real! ,Esuteo Rentals etc. counterfeit,money wa;,being madeftj: lire t mentioned the sun, moon and '
;I m A Cslate*.AUnafedJ. I"A ;' tae garret of,the Clajioiv U 1 F=1 twelve stars which exceed all the other "0. 1017 Avenue D, Miami, Fla. Iwnaclo f

\ Ar4' pf:fne arf12d St.. Miami tFla the; man who arrived took ano_.'I heavenly bodies In splendor. A French - Cash.. Dealers.
&" r"that'-day.* H.' anntercd in to''''astronomer baa pointed out that If we --t.
see' Mrs. Bascomb. wh > kept a *m45imllllnerr 'count the ttars of the first magnitude Sore Nlpplts Crate Insurance
{ DR. E. M. LAW and notion tore. He Uli, :een In Egypt today we shall find Jut A cure may be affected! by applying

*+ I not come- for a fall hat or,a paper;'ja tttelve. for a thirteenth Is of somewhat Chamberlain's Sake as soon as the I Material
V DENTIST, hairpins. \'fbIt)1e'bad\rome for he tfc' douXfnl brilliancy. These twelve starsi I child ,ls done nursing. Wipe.It off FID LITY BONDSOLDES1JAGFHCY
: = rt fated In 'wbtcl'f'. e'ml' nlro! byiconfdentiel area ,menUaned In an evangel i with a soft cloth before allowing the I
1I i I Finley Bu.':.inj demeanor Ills a:;enCT John; bC5<' the astronomer concludes I child to nurse. Many trained nurses and Wmtioosi,

:. rt1stc! Work ThoroughlyE7Pd.aed needed women detectives. A woEd that the rtl'tlve! brlghtuens of the stars j use this salve with the best'results. | Eut fod XUnl Rlitr Dock. IN MIAMIt
.11- )",' \" ., eancbt cp now jand th &:> aa Rom/J has not apprXa'r' altered since the I Price :25! cents per bor. Sold by Biscayae -/ ;
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With jthe Most Mod.rn Appliances ewtomer was trying op a hat or bttT- times of the pha, Dreg Co. and an dMln1sU '

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THE DA LY MIAMI METROPOLIS THURSDAY JUNE 7. 1906
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HIS LIFE I Ii f ty DV,. N M. SMInI q

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J Keeper In Bronx Zoo Hogged For I know tbatAoa ljr J.: eoe I rfl.
Of troupe N nd. pdI tb..1i I
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-- -" -- Twenty Minutes by TtreeHondredPoBnlBeasL I .ma $hlti ASy I1&thrl.t

: I.bor..om._11'lt>.JU0ftJ Wj-t.t1; It DOtUjknow : a i.J i iIn \

I also know w.Should nW prte tt. '
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: -:: : : lit till I canno brlnx mrtftt
Somehow or otter to dnpU It. I
BRUIN CLAWED AND BIT; HIM Medicine !
: i If mr know as well m* anything
i> Wt would be bitter off without It.bat' .
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what th iulks who bar It say.
And others w hd know all about It,
TWO Comrades Rushing to Rescue Pound ut till I nolle*>th t tb. guys medicine,be careful 1

Schlo.,erfs Foe With Pole and Chain f Who COOM bar on. It trleajto ralM! an awful holler In what yxJuJbuy andrafycu

.L'otaHeUtiGoHif. Hold lAd From tb m a* S n b\Ml\ ( It Ispafpwfajtthat
tNm aIDoot. Mii'i .t8
I I Mao Falls UacMsciou. uit having It al ouy takeiIt. ,: ;

{ Ij nd They work kteplnc say mo.t'I.I It nall frufc$ lei s le/kijfce4tXval-1 ,'

: A Syrian bar Ui the Bren zoo, NewjVort t :you're Ithouf a single. tent
t : ; city. mine near finishing; the life In gold or In th* metal Paler, ues but also thit you
} make the landlord
ou scratch bis bead
.I of Fred SchloMser. a I keeper, the other '
+ And bYe a .<>4 Joke on UM taller. get goods that give you
Jlay and for. twenty minutes battled
[ o with two other keeper to keep bus hu- m clad I haven any waalth; satisfactory results:weN ,1
Still I'd be clavier If I had
ore ;;man ,prey. Schlotfier ","u' taken to though I knowj, It make a MIIM.maa have a reputation for' I IInflamation 1
t' Empire ( ,Funlham boxpltar with hU hand andleas The'very oppooft.| of cladaoma.ut
I d be pleuoilfe tsefrthat way. furrthWng satisfactory
; ripped open and bruised all ores; Dance by mytr\t\ Jle- lost a grant deal of blood but wllrecover. 1 I could Ju t -: and eli ods.
And at im
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ao.a o327 TielftIt Str'eet11n6! I Cur Is the! bear's name. a brownMellow t 6. I 4 .r MCTC7 \ i

of 300 pounds, who bas been the \\fl1
\ $leiibt of "children for months. lie I notice f 1 r II f 1
00.o 2 ot Jet tIodz, tZ5Zl91b' t'In; lnlD tttt.1 the reputation: of being of goodlUpoftltlon. b! wing himself.| lie bought some two FINE CANDIES
1 tdf a quarter cigars though be usually a
.
O?.Sl 01} JOl &nl| aittt t}' t19 ll lhn61nI r ge. SeW'a broom uer and entered hauling Czar'scarrying Inter okes Tea, five be experts nttn.-"to meet the critic AND CIGARS.I '.;

friends of f ( him a Hoe of hose with which to om he threatened to lick wlthla .* t
on t f fail oliUt61lUrtAl.lbIe, ( 'v youii;l wash the place out. Czar greeted theeeper It Ji of his life." .I ,{
with what
sounded like a grant -rTheBig-
>f good fellowship and Bcblomer lout Four. Tel. 3, Cor. 12 StJ Ave. D t
Ameflcli'sl creates ffiM'6'6iverss'1 ho, 'time'In going about his work 011. the nuck rake .
Schlosser had almost finished clennInz'tbe And ths;pitchforkmilling' I
OO.Sl 01. ZJUpJ6? Z 1ns'niz9 I : cage 'when.' bis attention wasliatracted And thai a
\ lot a moment by the roar of M.
Digal.t LAYS
i lion la another part of the zoo. J1.orot .r :
h is o tt ) nws1 'nsinl, the, bear which In.an Instant 334 Tenth I IAu
Itvgi upon him. ,With a powerful blow. Street

b Ith .one o/ Its paws, followed In. aproath. I'r"...... kids BUcksaakhia .H| Repair ;
Em Store with a awing from the other It '

p1 re rr e .i 1ut4..1d.Bung SchloMer..up the Ills knowing keeper arms wide flat the ways apart of as bears Cur r\, \ HORSESHOEING We.k. W.9..s Bafji; A, to Specialty.I Order '1 c

burled bit 3<>0 pounds on him and got ;1
the:tightest :grip be could around Usbody. -
As be did so be burled his heed
j !'\I In:the fnr..hi the bear's throat. All the tiil1i-
I hUe be bad been yelling for help, but I :
[:be minute or,two that elapsed before
all* erlee were answered seemed a year a

lJDil I rev I Isbi1ortian !to When him. Keepers Knmlnsky. and Noo- Who AnOf the would grafts CURES'=== ;
'
ban reached Czar's cage the bear was Cut. B ices. Burns .

rlek.al.tl Chapped Skin, Ron*) neks.. Black- ;
.. .?- heaa Pimples and Ec tva Keep :
If thsr. jofektbOD Cx rndl d liWurn"I'?' : t2 rlHlswTJ.b Ws More wllE assistance offer | ) (11JI fffrice 2Sc -.a

{ : UMB S Sold by BiMajne Drag I Company .
; .
Ji '
:SRedU Prices, or= r :Yf Y IIpI1sT v | feflW. ;:
Readylto '
We Now
are humlshand
spoor woman; she feel bad. Bar

: : Watson--- Av 'liecrl: cause dlaner'l7Lat there Ud.npt. I'la(Jree.DC r.. ':t4.W.. L', !tP *nt'1'IJfMI I i

bark to It"f
If P A ; P' I other

..J -j J'1 1.._ ETMS Vf Color. I
r- i - *1.bear" she la going to marry t Cblnamin. makes of Bicycles
| .
!.1 uaifTbei dON sUe see In the Chink I

[IT Miami i BllSillSSt1litCtWs i i ) Miami MeatMarket .t t l I I chink Han of his KifflfDo _money.Co Ic.I .-.- L .


eDrtroumentar yon thin man U molded by his

0 I Ye, when t e environments are a
The Out of Town lSuyer..... tIIOM within the ball will find ln"th it: ', :
Ju
< faster r of female
T. ?
Hat below thar.e*.aof Miami UereManoimteler"' +"eota.sUl.d Prop. ,
heads for ready reference.c. .. ,.*: .." t"t I .: t s
: all uca wocu nt BCDOX
.. .... F uiafa. ; SfetttPalm Beach T t: :) L t. r
'
a es: Vcllmbtag" 8rhloser. It was trying to r
.'u BRADY *v Cal e.E -.L8CUYRah .. "i t. i if
: "- t L".tf break the bold of Us arms by digging aics Corr : -dtJJlcy1es jJJ erJ I
I ..Dealer trDnts.ttt.ntMRS. : 1IGt' I .lato his leg' with Its,bind ..II.... and 1 yS I at
rmltf tad YfeftMaMe 'l'
.. :..11adito: ft" I- ,. ::.iida. ''forcing Itself forward. tint{ voter goods are the best standardgoodsonthtmarket .
asltaltrllt .
lift [treat. Cor. An araaey .r :? i "'' r \ For God's sake all
.. : 1201wsatt 'Der ...,,' IIJuIL -ft iOf ; hurry up. was Calder.
Oafs rt
, ,' rr Q.it that Scftlomier bad the strength to U1.E ) > :
Grocers.Bay >
: ... ..
.
, :& : and =Western bear bad paid no attention to the taus Hartford and Tires.
aad ICapea fwtfllstfJ. a..c..UCK. : Bother
men who were. getting Into the \j.
II if 1'1! ju li JCIt&te, When be floored Schlosser he
L LUM"-"r 4'- :4' : 1dt ,;..'u4. I De&1ar ta Orooertee. Gram "* m i IfTSrattta'atrMtWILWN K1amI. B4 *a taste of the:blood that came from .. 4IwW.
Ibe wound bad made him crazy for', t Best new wheel for rent
Bar aad FartOlsen. eV HUDDUWTON T ouch .ro
I 'Lore.
Utk StreeC: Miami. IU. 0::1 P fYfr1S20 !/r'(! J' '. 'I i Mail orders attention receive; prompt f j With chains and poles Knmlnsky and" rata. DOt outdoors .ofe .t. 231 12th Street. Blue Front at
toooan laid bear, but not'an
on the
11 MAONOUADal 'lTwelfU- '. atftIt' \ 1 -}tj9venne DPhfc38 inch would be budge from Schlosser'a tho troIt .. f }
'.l.a I A ) n<3ami, Florida tody. He turned bis bead.from side -u rfgl f-1 i itb
| n IB o Sa Dry 000 I. Oot b 1:10: side and snarled at them. Ilia eye

Qmt1. ,........ ,, jjrere bloodshot
"
.
IiI" 2 >>
00 t ..te > o. 5 j For twenty minutes the bear stood
Are D tad Stk Wt. Fla' cn tv.e II 1lltmt the beating without a whimper. AllBchlo..er and tidl walt f mu, but I
tu'collect Sa so particular.
could do aad
'- was to groan

I !I E. i" Robinson j'' Mony.! .:=fO LoanHlgtli. nch tls rescuer by' Inch from saw the his grip bands they slipping bad la Viir ;-la one\t4t a mall

the: fur of the beast Finally with one F
Qnio"olJ
temp t
I t ho3. rid ..: 1w1Da across the snout with a piece of LcrtPinnmighty I I
[Contracting- Electrician ;Chain. Noonan forced CAr to break '
fit few petwtIo everto
-w ground.' 8cblossers arms fen at his .
.....
tides, and his eyes closed In uncootcionsnesa S a i chance look a gin M
1 1. 21o.Ifffl9 j Ave. D Miami FJthida On Short or long lime ttu mouth.A .
,
.
; oJ .
.. ., -
.. 11 One the bear was started hi retreat
-. '. f :I'. ,FErU. Paments the rescuers knew they had won the 800 pound man who gets tat acobtrorersy
:f'
"ght While! "Noonan'kept: : the basteking' with, a 90 pound wonua I I
.. 3
"
.
ti. ..tt. : away: Knmlnsky eaBchlosser 'tailing her t* take
'
f' by the heels and :ti 00f': Merritt & Kolb

Mtamt-'T1'ansJer him to; safety. Then with eat lat I
Dado..Security Co. wing of his chala. Noonan leape. |''t la mighty{I for tit man who .
through the door and slammed It sljfot ha* to take ucblnc\\gas.to am* the
- ___ ja"fc. In the face of czar.I / pint of the joke. .
loin .- '
) cbemL-
an All Day Prl m.. us Chlauieyi' l+f the : keep GIotJ will REAL ISTATKAROAIN : :
i} While bis fellow workmen made oo.Unaons dgabtlw be a : to 'atnet t>dwhls- if !
2.912th street. Pkone'1 o. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 for Mean'dn but fruitless efforts to/..,.. u.. 'parlor tunsltuft oat etecfI
Garage and Stable. 11th streeW-near. Ave. E, Phone' No. 100 him; John Burnett remained oL top dockaJ' MIAMI .FLOR DA
II: 9 r. bf t a ISO foot chimney at the /Amer.
lean Nickel works. In Philadelphia, b. D to bell... that lamej.tbe !
'
Hors s1.-t.Carrlages: andAutomobiles Wire For You"jhone from 7 o'clock In the morning until g fresh Jgp of commerce\wen
: p'dock at nlcht. Thousand 'of per.Ions the betas once upon a 11m.
: - ,. lined the afreets for bIG/, round .
!
: and when Burnett was Cnat I rewt'Ut"db aDIrOa.t'i t of those teat learning
: for hire by tbe hot' day, week or month. Automobile" .tor-f- : t>y Joseph! Corliptt an *yert! rlpeer.l :;e would say that the r
( the crowd ;yelled! Itwlf bo-J Bnrne't maD behind uf bat of iuatlce I4 sot ,
age repairs and supplies., Agenta for the famous FORD aui CH. BROWNELECTRICAL ,8" } 7 7a
facilities and several otb .. pnparln_ a arteuder' l 1 \ j
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and lelivered. Special ; 1 ere called fi1an \, t ? 'l'k' 1
: for moving heavy freight ,Onuiibu.aieeU cvcry.-train. Baggage CONTRACTOR ,to tear down .ur cbiron" -. The fran< ;. I j I \ .I' .> 4 r ( \, I II '
caffold had wouid papetashTDeot. ,
transferred. ALL order receive PROMPT Attention. I([ oJjjjwed and Burnett fu' itbe' I '
\ etcthlme "ooocl1'to p TIFp tbe top of bad to pay for aU of the i4dc.tht I
J C
H13 Avenue
.. ........ .,, ,f![, hla wtfe blur.
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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIft THURSDAY JUNE'7. 1904 TEN PAGES
PAGE EIGHT

1 I DI OVER A NEW PARADISE. I



II I I,, i Summa I and Winter Tourists Flock Infan 's Wear II I V! '


to Western North CarofnaSouthern


I The Bargain I I I -


I of Railway the Sky"Reveals and "The"TheLaved It I


I Sapphire Country." t

Wednesday Thursda

,
The: ay has passed when the tide ottravel' .
;for pleasure or health or to es

I Counters : flows the northward.heat of the Imagination summermoats Friday and Saturday

for a long time lured tourists In ...
: that Direction In the belief that to
.
wrrdjthat point of the compass and
that done could comfort be found in
sutncger or rest attained by those
wearied by prolonged application to
business cares. the of this week we will sell anything in this line at t bed! priceInfant's
1:xj ertence. made possible by
development of the South by the
Southern Railway has shown that in
the picturesque portions of Norta and
South! Carolina. Virginia Georgia.Ten- ,
Sewell'sare nesset, and other States of the Southern
At kvantry. nature has provided dresses, long 50c to $6.00Infant's : ,
Ideal:conditions that tend to make a' t
summer vacation healthful restful and
thoroughly satisfying. dresses, short 3Sc to $6.00
Qnjj naturally think of the Southas
;. awlnter:: resort but the Southern Infant's underskirts long 50c to $150
Rail fly has made it possible for .
I thousands of persons to know that in
i Western North Carolina the climate Infant's nndersldrts sht 3Sc to $2.50Infant's -"
: ,
:< Is perfect the yeat round and that in
-,. .' that region it Ideal. I ;
mid bmmer
,!... .. "' Woether it be the hunter the angler ffimon&s e 75c to $1.50 i
or the idler the broad plateau .
;
the foot hills and the mountain side .
Infant's Sa 3Sc to $2.00
.j"1 and tops of the picturesque Blue Ridge goes .
:;"[ open'44 after day new Held for sport

;: : and Ever}hew desirable scenes of spot rest of or this recreation.,broad Infan'ts lawn Caps, go at all prices ',l

plateau, 2.000 feet above the sea. is .J'
t accessible by the Southern Railway Above line this week only at hall price
whort summer schedule has been arranged
to meet the particular requirement
of summer travel and especially
otlthose who are limited to week.

1 end Th trips.* grandeur: of the scenery along
the line of this road is seen at Its .
: Overflowing bettjln{ "The Land of the Sky" and I

bBeautitul themselves Sapphire giving Country"theveryLnames some I I

hint bf the remarkable beauties tantofd
I 4} to the visitor. : i
AsAevIlle Is the center of "The Landof ,
1
I thll Sky" and radiating from It may BURDINEf&QUARTERMAN
I be found Hot Springs Waynesvllle,
t ;Hay-oo.!. White Sulphur Sprlngi.Hen-
dersonvllle, Brevard Biltmore Lake

with good Toxaway to the and southwest a short" Distance"the Beautiful fartheron ,: Twelfth Street,: Corner Avenue 'C, Miami, Florida

F Sapphire Country. ,
It it to the enterprise of the South- ,
tf ern Railway that these now famous I
I section of the South owe their popa j, .
'IlarltThey are easily reached by
:palatial through trains from t
barjain express t tI
the lint I Sew York City affording every com ,
things..in I fort fand luxury during the Southern I '
:Journey. Connections carefully arranged J

I I'front all likewise points In make the South them and accessible West I To Our Customers I
I It lst: Salisbury. N.C.. that the tour
1st from! the North gains his first
I glimpse of the beautiful country. From
that,polnt until the train reaches thee I
I sum lIt of the Blue RlJge, the router .
__ I'is through a district of constantly I and other Friends -
''' I ,
", .r( I' Y. I'i changing and exquisite scenery. I
t., Th Sapphire country has been compared -
.
J '\. 'V 1' 1 I It' and not Inaptly, to the far famed
't. j
'- ,.. I i. English lake district, but this lake
t, ", :;;J'? region\ of the South is On. much W* take pleasure In calng, your attention to th* following, statement, f
I grander scale. Its mountain peaks' showing condition of the Bank at plea. of business May fth, a* reported to
: I .
tower well into the ciouds and Us cliffs the State Comptroller.
are iwlce the height of those In Bag You will nets continued(Increase In strength and bull....*. Our d.
Shoes at half i,lan.Itl cataracts and mountain posits are nearly a quarter of a million dollar Our cash on hand and In
price i streams come plunging down their bank I I. over one hundred thousand dollar, or nearly 10 per cent of our '
((rocky beds from far greater distances deposit, when the law requires only 20 per cent We have a respectable
taarl-jlhe English\ streams. In the re- surplus. no bill* payablo or] note re-discounted. In fact the alatelllOlI\
:SlortSof!; the "Land of the Sky" morethatTelghty would be considered an excellent one. and one that we are proud of.
mountain peaks tower over We extend our thank to our friend for their liberal patronage and
t K)0 feet and twenty-three of pledge. ourselve. .to merit th slr confidence ,In the future a* In the-past.
them are higher than Mount Washing- RMpoctfully. .
half ingtbn., the giant of the White Mountain WM. M. BROWN. PresidentR. .
Shirts at price ,*;, No longer do the mountainsof I R. MCCORMiCK Vice-President. :
; New Hampshire New York and JAL H. OILMAN Caahl.r. ..
f Vermont hold sway, for since the erec I
tioa!of the splendid hotels and innumerable
i'
hostelries of more modesty Report of the Condition of the .
pretentious In this section those 1 ..
seeking health., rest recreation,

Hats' at y half priceClothing chahgc mountain( have and found lake In region this glorious climate,j BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE:. ,

scenery.t!one and wantThere comfort-and what morecaq ,

i was Issued from the pres*. As reported t. 4 Stale Comptroller, M 9U, 19O6
.
onlyJyesterday an artistic brochure by'!
Southern: Railway, telling all about' I RESOURCES '
ihis"country. It contains time tables.* Loan and Discounts .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .."14M10 U -
004310 get there. It Is a complete;,', County Warrant '.. .. .. .... .. .. -.!,. '.' .."... >. .n'11 "7
at half pricey descriptive matter, the names ot.resort United State* Bond .. .. .. .. .. .. 200 00 r v
the prices charged and tells City of Miami Bond .. .. '" .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. zoooooCASH ,
Index to a perfect vacation country.1 Real Estate Owned .. .. .. .'.. .. .. .. '.. .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. 17O11" ; "
an4-.after reading it no one need be Furniture and Fixture .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;. .. .. .. .. .. 1111 IS i .. ',.i'
I Li In doubt l as to where to spend his vacation ;I Expen Account .... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1,224 t.
\ how much It will\ coat anJ ,

,} I.bo*,to May reach 25, I90C.t it-.Post. Washington;I 'In Empire Trust Co... .. J.RESOURCES.. .. .. $.. .. .. .. ..S33IeIZ2 -
I \ I In Florida Bank and Trust Co. 11.117.t ,...'-"" c"'
In Atlantic National' Bank .....25,98323
JI8VILLE A NASHVILLE R. R. I Iwilt. In Vault .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1U450t
; Do: not buy until. you inspect these <
.. sell round trip tickets from all Total Cash .. .. .. .: .. ..' .. .. .. .. ," .. .. .. .. .10SA/s.0s :, : "
LonliTllle and return at .t"
goods and prices GNi\FARE Pin 2S cent, ticket be- I 277JSU8.
I June 10, 11 and 12. llmlv LIABILITIES .
ed Ffejornlnj June 23. with privilege Capital Stock .. .. .. .. .. .. .....12730000 t
of limit until .. .. .. .. .. .. ... i
of extension July 23 by Surplus .. ... 00:
We Gan'save, you big money. deposikc* ticket and upon payment Earning .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..
'. I of ;SO dfnts. Stop-orer will be per- Certificate of Deposit .. .. .... .. ..... .. 21,103 aCalhl.
I miffed *>t Glascow Junction for part- .,..' Cheeks .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .
I les deilWng to visit Mammoth Cave Individual Deposit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. ..218410 gl..5OO '
and. Ilde\trlp tickets will be sold at Total Deposit .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
I Lo dnl11e' to all points in the state .
at ONE: rRE pins 25 cents for the 8277,7a.55
I round trip. Vach ticket being oa sale
,I Jane 16-18. Vndlcatlons are that *ererit t
!j special Drains will be run for I. Jis. H. Oilman cashier of Bank of Bay Biscayne, do solemnly' wi .'
that the above statement I li correct. .
this occasions, full particulars of
rhjth will be reTW ed later. A JAS. H. OILMAN. Cashier ,
John Sewell & Bro. T fun Sworn to and ubcrlbe before me this 9th day of May, 1906.Qoorg .
sixteen tlcplars page can be booklet secure glviX) fr?111 parti I' R. omph.,. Notary Public.II .

GEO. E.
HERRING
-1 I I Florida Passenger AjebtUfcW.
Ba:' Street JacksonrllleN FIa|

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FROM THE FLORIDA ij.HJ] poem for today i i I M. J. Yarborough I :


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: ANNIVERSARY :**...+..***++*..*******+*********.*.*.* .. .*' ***.**. I II i Contractor and Builder 1



r, STATE PRESS 1 ; TIE; SONG OF THE SHIRT I Hinder of tbe Palm Beach Iota .1

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,, COMMEMORATING' THE MEMORY Len Lt-n.iron. manager of the WH N By Thomas Hood. Ho se Moving Specia ty ;

l' Union Telegraph office In Pen
OF DR.WILLIAM H.PERKINS.THE ern ---,
!' cola has resigned his position afte .
:; CHEMIST. WILL RESULT IN ESTABLISHMENT thirty )ears continuous service then' ., THOMAS HOOD born In London 1794. was a humnrint! Miami Florida I ?

and p r OF A LIBRARY d but In 1830 he started the Comic Annual i
\V. U Pjiker, of Tampa a few day don Magazine r :
ago sold to market! an 18 months ol *4 and later Hood's Magazine: ] A few of ha! wrlilnuti arc ------ ------ -

hog, weighing too( pounds, dressed. It \Vhlms and (I<1dltJ...." 1C8J and the -|>ri>uni of KUK- r.a,
t 4
I'', .f brought I 8 cents IKT piiuad and netted Aram." 1829. The "Son* of,the Shf:-t." part of wlik-h Is Dade Co. Title Insuranceand

" ?i New York. June 7 The committee tint: $5:::. | given boob Is one of th, best known of his poem !

Hnod died In lea In London
of this
formed by the Chemist Club
"city'to frame plans to commemorate Josie Armour an Inmate of a dos{ Trust Company
orderly house In Ocala was burned I
the Ileml-<-eDtennW anniversary of the flames Which W CnRPTS and That] i-hatKlrd roof and this naked
to death early Sunday in weary I OF MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
discovery by Dr.. William Henry Per destroyed the building. She.... worn. .aonr. !

kin of the chemical uses of coal tar,. atupel Ced from drink and could not WITH red' eyelids heavy and And A tat',u wall>: a so broken blank chair my shadow I i Paid Up Capital' S7 ,OOO. Surplus. $12.000

has decided In favor of the establishment in time to
tic aroused escape. A woman sat. In unwornttatt.k xInvest
of a library of works chemls .,.q anly rac*. For sometimes falling there. Insure land titkapreparesatstractaoftitlesloan&aed
try. probably to be known as the Per, Tribu 1'1)'lnJl1l'r! needle and thread. money on iU own account and for other Act aa
the Tampa
The printers on
kin Library and to cost 150,000 the last F.. Stitch 4Utch{ Hitch! '"Oh but for one abort hour- agent,attoru-=l-in-fact. trustee assignee execntor, re-
were called out on a strike In potty. hunger and dirt. A -tplti., however brief! i
appropriation of $5,000 for a Perkla technical ceiver. or guardian. Address all commnnicatiuns to
, day night on account of a And aU!1:>"lth a voice of dolorous No It ".pd l medal and a token to Dr. Perkin and difference. The Tribune took step' plLo l Ei : only time for rrlrf.le ': I
a dinner on October C, at which the at once to secure other men. and inow 4 She sang the "Sons' of the Shirt." A wetting! wotlJ ease my heart. S. L. Pett rson. Sec and T teas. Miami. Florida.

distinguished chemist Is expected ube I issuing in the same old way. j' !I '. i In their briny tmlMy : .
present. I "0 nlPni -lth sisters dear must atop for every dropHinders i -r- -
that the Chemists' O men.ivith mothers and wives! needle and thread!"
It 1s planned
Club be made a national Institution.I A gang of surveyors are now el-,: It Is not Jlnon you're wearing out. I Wm. Curry's SonsKey
who will camped at Conway a lIWe'town foU Hut hvttn.m creatures' lives! \[VltljVltlj fingers weary and worn.
with non-resident members, southeast of Orlando, whet Stitch. lUJtch.\ eUlcb'I| h cj-flicls heavy und red.
have the use of the books In the new' miles p In poV!lty, hunger and dirt; A wpmun _to In unwomanly rags
library for *5 a year. There are to they are running :Tine -X) an immen* Sewing ft} once, with m double thread.A M.1/lug her needle and thread.etllcjh. West FloridaHEADOUARTIRS 'f

be two sets 'of books, one for local tract of timber lJr.d Viloislng to tlarge' shrodd as well as a. shirt. stitch. Mitch
-
turpvntlne corporation which g In poverty, hunger and dirt.
FOR
y- clrcula
reference the for
other
and And['Mill with a voice of dolorous I
is located about 70 miles from thife Work\ .ork. work
Ten .
lion throughout the' country. [pll.And !\-
lurve'or. My later never flags.
.
thousand 'dollars hu already been city. They are Seaboard whit are Its wages! A bed of Would t..at its tone'could reach tile ShP Chandlery Building
promised toward .the establishment of and it Is understood that this great sirA **-. Irlch- ; ,
system Intends opening -ip this vasterritory crus% of bread and rags. She sang this "goni of the Shirt. +
the library. which is surrounded by thfe I + Materials Of All K.nds.YCoal .
T1Ie'Perltln' medal Is to be awarJed best timber and farming land In Flof- .....*Ii+.*..*.t..t..t.*.*.>-.404444 t *++++4++*+*++++++ew

annually to an American chomlsi Ida. It is also the best orange growing and It*. Stem marine Railways, Machli Sky.j4rp.

for distinguished, The dinner work In fixed technical: tentatlvely section la the South some of the BILLrS MILK. I aa
was .
chemistry; pATH."Ooodrjisal" oet jdo.
for October C. bat if necessary. largest groves now being cultivate All kiniUol ropairinjf. limit and Steam Fitting caa | at t.
"'1Ii will be along the route which the road will shortest tioticf. in the brat I..ibl. manner br expert skilled Iaeekaut sYotngs'
-r- the date of the banquet 1
Orlando Cor. Tlme.UDion
extend.
changed to suit the convenience ol

'Dr. Perldn. who Is In England. A .
Statistics have been compiled showing
feature of the dinner will be a symposium
that Hastings snipped 100 barrels fir Pharzucy:
on the development of the coal .
of Irish potatoes this year. An artrape
tar Industry.Dr. price of $1.50 was secured and I J_
Pei-kln's Jlscovery fifty year I INCOKPOKATBD E i
the farmersmade'a
wits very few exceptions
ago when he produced his first color
mauve from coal tar. has become an handsome! profit. The above II A Store for The People
and does Dj-ug
refers to Hastings proper
Important. factor In chemistry not ou-

duced ly because but also of thee on-.account aniline 'colors'pro of the val not other Include sections Elkton.In the'Armstrong county devotedto or the ) jrLna. Fhat's our ipotto and it has been the means of adding' huadnMs j"

ne'of the discovery synthetic chem Irish potato growing. This Is an .-f r nt-w customers to our list.Vc sell lythe pur
last
1st! The anniversary will be 'ceJe improvement over last year and All filled .
) year was tbe biggest of Hastings' hl* est drugs prescriptions are by : : M! pharousii 1
the
brated In experiments Germany,.were where first made sne'CMsfnl tory. although tbe crop brought low cists. W tf a carry the finest sodas and ice cr in the city

;.fcalf a century ago and- also committee In France prices see the then.acreage. Next greatly year will Increased no doubt In 2 Doors North of Postoffice k t
and'EnglanJ. The "I"I)1
""':" Italy 9U4j t
.--a'- Mlntedto arrange11 for the celebr' nrlo s'partl'of the-county..8tAygustine : L

tlon In this country Includes Joseph Record. t W. E. Young

H. Cboate. General Horace Porter.
Northern Railway Company
Nicholas Murray Bullcr.WooJrow WI1 The Tampa '
has Just let to an Atlanta bridge 1 r
son. Andrew Carnegie, Junes Speyer.
Herman A. M'eur-JIOril K. Jessup and building concern the contract for the
." erection over the Hlllsboroufth rive Lofton
;
Arthur VanBrtlse., bQ. v
at a point five miles north of the city, & Eipig
ilJ a3- --- -:: f Cl
driJee.In the
MASONIC CENTENNIAL the finest steel railway said Billy Blobbs, who had been. at the cream.Here's _
State of Florida. The bridge.which
... ene 111 hid In this can."
...
will be a modern structure in every coming

AtWilmington.... QtL .Today."Will' be particular will be erected., a coat
Machine
-
av,I ; ,."/,"aranC, Aftalr,.wA7lmangton }y :J 1: of about 40000. Work upon the, &. Shop

bridge wil begin without delay and at
Del. June 7- Prominent the time of its completion tbe road EfJ Across The River.

men In Masonry from all parts will be practically completed-that It, .
of the country are assembled here to i ir
take part in the celebration which will as pa far are as concerned running operations The contract Into Taw calls Will repair your engine- on short otice.

be held here today In honor of the
Tor the completion of the bridge within
,_one hundredth anniversary of the establishment four months. Tampa -Time.A ., | Expert Gas Engine Men. We carry
of the Grand Lodge of

'Deleware, Ancient Free and Accepted Florida farmer down In Bradford! dynarr os, .coils. plugs, batteries, wire,
MasonThe
county who has discovered that there
centennial exercises will be EAMnc switches .
Is more money to be made out of other screw -
held this afternoon at tbe OperaHoue.h Florida. products than cotton IS
h forms part of the Masonic T
C. M. McKinney; who has recently
all Master Masons
Temple. Nearly
harvested too: bushels of fine sweetpotatoes
in the district will be present. from a twelve acre tract..
Past Master Howell 8. England 'of tor from G3to Lofton&ELiige
lie sold them in Atlanta ;.
will read tbe Centennial
Wilmington
"
75 rent per bughel. Even at GJ
'f '1 .sBfllr.written by'himselt for the occa- (:.cms. that's $1.495: from twelve acres 1
Tsion and addresses will be deliveredby
That
and his work finished. same s
United States Senator Dolllver i ,
3\\
acreage ,in cotton would bring very;
Solicitor John L. Kinsey.
Iowa City
; much less than half that money :sod
and Grand Master
of Philadelphia
thel- hard work of making tbe crop
Handy. than begun. The farm d
.
iardly more
Among the prominent visitors who who diversities Is the one who gets
are here to take part In the celebration er Fort Dallas Laud Cot
rich; the one crop man and that.cropcotton. 44 aso
are be Grand Iodge'officers ofPesnsylvinia. Mays poor from generation togeneration. But Simple Simon had com to the dairy to pour some milk Into that veype. nY'has
New Jersey
New ,York. Uve Oak Democrat. .
'and the District of Columbia. In the |

evening the,"Naaons will .be escorted I .
j. H. Allen formerly commodore of
the St. Johns Coramandery.Knights
by
the Halifax River Yacht Club has
Templar from Masonic Temple to swreral large pieces of property
purchased
Tamer Hall where a dinner will be on its Lists
and
long the Hanlover Canal I
served to the members of the Grand
expects to establish a large game pre-
Lodge and Invited guests. The principal train
!verve. Mr. Allen has owned a
speakers at the banquet will be t
if land in that: neighborhood for sevej---
Speaker Joseph G. Cannon of the Na- '
,
and only la"t week purchased
:slyf'ars t
I1 < .llonal House of Representatives.
.jf Iwo additional tracts which runs Tile lme pRrticilinrlpatirnt'tipe "ites for

holdings np Into tbe hundreds of acre .
Postmaster Robbed Te( will Interest a" number of eastern lot th rPMillt'nee and bnginesg pursett. -

sportumrn! in the enterprise, and when JIltt /
G.: W. Fonts postmaster at Rlyer-
to An illvp.stment in Miami
his plans are matured expects have JI() rea
ton la, nearly lost his life and was preserve
the largest and finest game i
robbed of all comfort according to
of that in Florida. The property abntts tie state i. tutfr; sure of quick return
which
jaundice
hla letter says
banks of the Hanlover Canal aad is
even my finger"nails tamed yellow; about' thirty miles from Daytona and
''when doctor prescribed Electric
my ten: miles from Tltusville. so that .M
which cured me' and hare
Bitten
;
eitherdirec
Is easily accessible from .

cure kept, me for well biliousness for eleven neuralgia yean."weakness Sure tion. -Daytona Gazette News. |. .S JOHN': B. RE'LL' J. G INGRA AM.

and an stomach liver. Kidney Will Prevail, brother
Mr. a younger;
aad bladder derangements. A wow of the late J. T. Prevail while riding Agent 4r. Dallas Land Vice-President DalJaS 1

derful tonic. 'At an. drug stores Me. through the woods near Mlms. in D.
horseback a few days ago. started to Company. Miami Flortcb. Land Co.,St ApgusUne: '!

Fortunate Missourians cross a steam of water but be had l'nd : ,
when poor Billy sprang uo S"no. tfctught it was a ghost. i
ia. not gone far when he saw a large M I I rl
alligator coming for him and only 1

,Urtr vine.'Mo.; "three of my.custom- about ten feet awty. He at once I Southern Marble & Stone Ie
were 'permanently"-cured' of msnmptloa reached In his saddle bags for Us re g I.. 'I Knsrene .( a.vq.Pr@ur O. j

by Dr. King's New Discovery volver but "Mr. Gator was too quick The "nhttt l:'lene of Savoy... colonel 3. HOGAN STREET t II

attic are well aad strong today., Oae for him for before he could think the to the largest : at t- t !!y otic! lieutenant field marshal HadQuartr. 'or'j'
was trying to .sell his(property 7 and monster came at the horse and fastened sel Is really Iat I ttrcitv-four: and shortly after JtPtt- i

move to Arizona but after using New, his massive Jaws upon its shoulder called Iwfttune I -i-l '.1 msrsluil.! He gained the bat- B ilding Stone Marble etc.

Discovery a abort time he found It and as the horse made a Jump which mince tI.:0':1 at thirty-four and eo-oper- ,

..accessary-io do so. I regard Dr.'. backwards for his protection the Ml- case of eau 1.nt> a''' 11 witt Marlloroueh at Blenheim at MOSAIC AND TILE j

i ',Jl Wag's NewJDUcovery as the moat gator. took the flesh with him. The i! f'II111o\I': l K.

wonderful medicine In existence." bone was pretty badly hurt but Is gM 2"1Z'I! 1 FOI I' FLOORS BATH ROOMS. MANTELS. .
Sorest Cough and Cold cure sad Usg ,along very well Mr. Prevatt f\'pt I I..t. Wntrhfm.ever
Throat and Long healer.', ,Guaranteedby succeeded. In killing hit 'gatorshlp he- plltl'n'f' :: I I made by roft- ...-..,.. Gcs ral Cesncter' Wrk. ctr I, L d dLa.

an JrozjUts.' Me and $1. 'Trial lore he "left' ,.the''''*spot."_East' l Coast* rlgh: t. 11 "lr ''at''Tlt&l..tV"t'h. 'In l States 1850. WM,made ,I ...... Works Ida..ceIW Fanhl.ee Iwa ..i.,. r ..... t.rvlp,

bottl*.tret. 1 -l- fled 11urir. i1t':

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JUNE 7. 1906
THE DAILY MIAMI METROFOLUTHURSDAY.

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Florida East Coast Rail%. FASHION IAIVfF1I hat hlu.The fur Illiutnitlon a muull flrl buws It a U pretty of tun little colorwl [The i Man In the Cellar.1.1by \ Political

I
I ) alra,,. Tbrou--i tlie liulentw .

i4 Trappings of Woe May Be brim IH run a niirf of ...ft brown silk Anrioii (.cements
1916. ,
Time Card fastened at till wide( In a knot 1I'ItbtrloJ ICui"rkht. IS: *, K. It WblUhMd. I

Local DOWN'I I Made 'Becoming. i i : fOlltI". My [uncle, Joneiu Warner was a I

SOmUOUND-KEAD' m.STATIONS \ farmef living five mike from the vll

CRAPE IS IN FATOIMCh POPULAR FABRICS.Brloll'llmol.I" i la >f Mvuttiivllle. and be and mjkUrtha A.so..ae.ta..d.r b. .....* Mill atwtM this b4I.trat !...... .
iJ' 1HTE I ba(.., n Ith Hiring. Bcarfi Aunt were without children critic rrtMriM. the Daily a.tny t
i In I was sent up It.(or rto.iw Wwkly. "' ..... nlle. *5J .
liauJx. "Ithbow. One day September
of lace or tuna niiil tiny [ M I* hark Hut l>mily ... Weekly. .-
,fiat Lv JmckvnrllleBontliJaekKOTUU. A r 7P I lea.i4' a.1 ro.. l..b.r !. ....... .......' at the sides: nn |ili! 'turon.ue tv&. to t: an errand and told .

//Mgr rep. S..r< ._. LY. 0 I17prOla Ups 1e... G.wu. ,.... x.t BAM 0........g.:1.r. turn of the tuMmm.Vollm that Ijmlght.tuy, all night ''I waa then Positively ..tuammtrmrmt wilt '
Aneu.t11
1110.10IO.r'. .. \.H..tlnn. .. 14P r a I..rpr ....ttta. ........ an |i.a'ausi4l| favorite and an close jto fourteen years old. I helped ..I.."... ...... CM>P..... I ky tbS
Yps .. .T '
___Ea.Pal. a. --- out In some uutlfiil m-w colors andcomblnutloo.lItrll..1. my aunt attend to the live stock. Al es b.
/ 1D..d .. ._ I II
l6pr .
I.Ir T.
aPikTi.! the last row In the
A' .w AI 116 s I tees rliei-Leil.. plaUetl we are milking\
9 Y 1l 10ar Le__._ Pal.tka.--.. Lvst manufae- and embroidered. Sjuie' very attractive barnyard after sundown ,,e saw a i .
1a. __ an) AII the pretty tricks of the
LY .__.1IaD Mateo -- ".........._.....AY h6 atran 4e man toss along the highway to I -
I liar tvrpn are rvHortnl' to In mourning malrlIL Fr County Ctark :
van* I... 1I".u-. .(;. .. I figs These fabrics are ddlfone4 .. .. the bonne, but gave LIm nu |>artkulaiattention. wh
DUI "" ro the Democrata of Dad. Coaaty
I MP U Oopr ... _.. .Ormo.d.._ 0" / Mpr I a. aM M>fteD< Mp. '1 up. U 7IOII ", _.._.: 146ps /1s It turned colder and began lu rain I tak thhi I method of !
11 naps 19tpa 1171 adapted Homber faahiona
: IISps to
the oBea of
MU Bi Ifeps PortOnnre. ..._. lSpb 1 UasMps lOOn after{ dark and our sups 1I'Ualao candidacy roe o.atJ
_.____.wYew S..Jrn.---- {8 Black voiles and Tellings for dressier
,
a.1 M t Ar. 100pmIt pr hour Ute. It wall I..twcu gaud ([1 o1r-. iubjcl| to the adios oC Uivaioeratle e
toUefes! an
Ai I sups Wear and the new Bergm for bard serveke wUl
aa
.. \\1. 60pm primary appn
_-Oranlf"lIJ---- I ball holitej Anal
and
tr. 1 Mpr .. .. H 4Spm Iri the materiate owed In fanhloo- P o'clock.
U 4.a1 I ..__ OraD!!.CUy JuiMIM.-- are t fl G the UUJK, when elate any support that .y frtoatdReapeetfmny.
/ / Otar Ua.to. wash up
A'ltopa OSpm lag moornlfiK frocks. For little dieaaei .
Kw flmjioa- .
at glv mJirlmary
*
t ttaaU
.. .-OIItlllll----I.r /opt i she stnt me down cellar to bring up a ,
4 Il l t/pa 1 Ups Ar._. ;.?. ... Tltn.Tll....._-.-......_" 106 1OOIO meat wanted for breakfast I Z..T. Marrttt*,

l'hm -"'--' .karo.-t IlaDru.d......_. ..--.\\Lr e dbasl U 10.. I plectjof, candle to light my way and Ifu reFer -

}. Ii fr ilt'u.rtlh _Ar epr11.r had cross the cellar to here four Cleft
i X N pr eo..... __Lr 1 SipmlISOpra II2aaII' -- She bad said jCawrty I j:
stood In a row.
S elpr 1166 barrel*
:
"
take ihlsi method or aaaoaaem
i ". Mpr .a""t.I""n_ 1147pm, 1 ass I ill the i wood barrel from the right As I ieaaJMat
... :.11 Gallle -- 117ua rv m'Mf u a for the offle
.,. i usaae tltpla ... ,...Mt'lboorne___".. Utlpm U 62& 11666 pan* d the first bawl I beard a move- : of Clerk of Court for Dad Coat
11Opps
M'. el.ba.tlaa SL 1..1. -.. 10 61Wgi U OQQ" men Inside It. wonder why I did not I bteet to tWactloa, alibi Da oeraU

... t/CIOpIa Upr .. _govt Plena. y 10 10 f.ay Kim 11 UIOpm I5IIpca 1r turn and flee, .. the Hound brought r. I I r. W. Baaa. yj\
__ TlbloaILa-----..
10._ ,17pa lOUamMOW "I mouth but I pawed
Into
eart my
1 : 0006 J my
.
1sn.den "
.. __ ? 1 Mppss. .. ,. ...Sluart.-_-. .... loouun.* 10IQpmt the Barrel\ got the meat and even nun- FOR CON ITA.'" ?
1117p.. ?-- leas 101ppsour. whistle war upstairs.
i j to on mj
<
SoundWenJnplwt ige
7 Bob
; -
.
... t 9l ata 10 IIDpa the |*ntH District
Slops 1 tVb 4/lIMa ,,116" ... W..t Palm Buk4lpm _-.. ear 015.6 I Olpsn lift of my white face made them woe I hereby aaaoaae myself aa a enildat
IM_ .. BnJDtoa Delnr-- ft V IOpra for tk* orate of Coaatabla ti

4 .U..... I I 40pm40pm ......- .... Wort '..aad"'b'a .. 719&ls.r* 7IOpas r "For exclaim the lands: sake, but the boy baa reach District of Dade county aalFCI
IlaDla-
.1 1 ape to the pemoorailc
l7s. .. BaUudale--" Iowa ItpIaJ' primary axak

ad. _"aMpa. 11 lops ,"..___LtmonMiami. QCJ....,. .. .. Lr" 1.a./l+as id6pat, 14paIOaa i iI it see- a gbo.tr.10.I haven't" I answered but I tb* support of an my f iasti. e,

JlIOpa ..1&.1---1'rA. Oops to In one I RMp ett 11y. a.
'w% !! ,... Le Ifomemad.1L. 12Lpaj twt V can{tell you that there a man
1/166 1st of the barrels down there. W. L wu.... '

t nonsense! You beard rata." I
8lsp'.zCanontaintl.UdN.I "What
....hrIef can 011&ralDl1I aM 7L Buffet H and reminded
I aoe"1u4aJ. I 1.p-t1t my anertkm FOfl CONSTASLB 1Tmtk
I i 1 er of the strange man we had *eeuwh
District -
IHc.lt..." ..." Oillj a..t d 1.12ON < u milking. She muse a minute
I..YPOIT pasta BAT OF MORDOBB BTBAW. aanoaac* myself a* ft *ai
Ex. ,.
a rl antl(then said: dldahereby
l! E 1
.' bar lab OYI/ O.Ntm ; white voile are plaided In moderate ou may be right 1 am fo\ay down ta* once of Ooaataala ta
l linen but the design U obtained by the down there tile Tenth Jaatlo OUtriet of Da*
/16p there Is a WilD
Ton I t 4COptup to oe. If I
11J 1OU LT_..JsekrrortU.-sr.L! 06. / uU wearing DOt the coloring. alternating '11 him. but be shag suspect county subject to UM OamoeraUa |rt
Isp110ee.i )
'
t s 1/ "--Bablonr.eb.-.. I 141..11; ) uop 140 1141AM ; I lines of every sheer and heavier wean jaixoover mary the support of a&
p 766UU 1 hi -reo" .
1/M I .IM $t16p10 UOAr". ACanues4 M.rport_. Iw 400 51Sa T40 ''ll40*| toopl 1 producing the effect. The same Idea to B le took the candle from my hand U.1k Raapaetfany.John .
p N
and mode colon. F. Daalls .
In ;
developed sq -
grays
bumming the air of a
went down
'
); f UI OCCUIEKTAI STEXHSPF CONKEOIOKS IT' _BAIL ; and aometlmea over the one ton plaid and song to'herself and as she cam back t.
: '
r surface will run a two or three Inch she was talking about the A Uawitaln *f Gold ty
upa'talr
e.fdiw gtas/tfon .ads at Rid witk Stu....* *f tk* '.10. S.1. :..,..71w f check marked off In the finest hair line melt and saying that Code Joe must

Havana and Key West I I of Pongee HOle delicate of all kinds paatel In color.thetr natural gets| a rat trap. When the door the table hadbeen could not jug u much happiness to ."
to
closed she sat down Mr*. Lucia |I\\'Uke. of Caroline win.. .
I
shade modish this season. An exclusive -
j...-. 'Two 'Sailings Each Week. IIDGa wuv1aRa0l10aiuiijust are and said: aa did one 1$0 box of Baeklea'a.Arai
I to showing Imported
shop
; removed from ablrt wild mitta ",Jlmn.iy, you were right about the ra Salve, when It completely eared-

.3" ... ft \I.,.._ DIICII8rP P.pwgeefl at SIal'' pdt Ne Traaaiara. "' black pongee la a favorite fabric)u !rsoft frocks of natural hued and pongee trimmed brightened map. He bt bUMcn In that nrst barreL a running sore on her leg which hats
satin silk velvet
In black ,
mini In.......si sal dull allk."Beat" i Kow. then we want to think what w* tortured be 23 long yeara Qraataal
t1skDala.mrbi ill at the collar
: = lace
Main 11 : only by creamy
1. It/mOltiMS.bI.rwt MWQ M-r. ; are made of ship do"I healer
*at tb.UBM moorainc foirn antiseptic of pile, wound aMore
1 .-.._.....o.u w.0a.t.ret..rbstUMsrttralord.,.."' ''''''' .........'....,._IUI1.U crepe de chine trimmed either}| with and render In the sleeves.aUk tie, In a variety of ; wan ralulu -at< and dogs and a lie j at all drug store .t

IdaealatIsS and pUlOBfB or It war half a mil to th*
Other MIl tucks ahlrringa dark nluht.
II tk LOCAL TIME CARD or and
P. Cer7 abailes are shown for JD n' wear
i L < t with a llttl doll Jet or dUffon. ( nearest Dot.h'tor! **. and w* felt that
"SEE THE TICKET AGENT. i White crape to cooaldered rrj chle: vie In popularity with those of green.Children's th4 man must Iw !rjtutlUua won than
hi
AUQUST1NB. !!.A.I .f for CTeiiina waar. coat of white urge to have hidden himself away.
Oral. Pau. AU ST. and amart moornlnc a ramp
RAIiNER. Aut. with cuffs
!J. OL; Russian style are finished window, but
with never a touch of black. f fBleerea There were three collar
belts of scarlet and bright
collars and
10 on moaning coatm&es art :, ovfr them had Uwu tacked strong win LORATE

generally>> of three-quarter length' rather blue. ne ting. The man must have entered
straw
The bat sketched to of mordor
DH than the popular elbow and long UM'booM and gone down cellar.
color with a shimmer -
-that golden
lovely
E.BO.A.l aleevea appear upon many of the bandaomeat {Ill tell you what the miserable
of brown in It. A soft loose roll aunt after
.5 CODfectS DL aknnk to afar said my
of bright green velvet la arranged about will bring home
I Mourning hat are coqoetOah and awhile. "Uncle Joe
S display the aU'preralent tflti and the M-own. nod the feather are of the lift when be cornea and this fellow to f VIA
"-4. I same etuernM hue. This combination.
t..r .r. 4 sharp bee are oftened with qoantttfc: after It Hell keep hi hiding until

.,.:: :"..: AirLine RaUwayf ; ot tuDe. Some of the Ilghtert and pret- though rather extreme. to one of the your, uncle come and get to bed, and

I dent of the rammer mctarnlng hats an new millinery conceits.MULTUM I asleep, and then ba'U rob the boua*-

t .. made entirely of maUnea. Crape makea IN PARVO. th+tt la, be think be will but HI show SouthernRailway j

.. "' .. attractive little toqoea laid la salt folds hat aim wbafa what ha the next fifteenminuta
; F :R The prevalence of gray gown
( with rosettes of theaame *."
adorned
when
.0 r f ? : ; material. brought Into vogue gray snakeskin But what can w* dot I asked a* I
Souther'if rim to
Camden. p belts which are just the things west
CSavannah.Columbia, Buttons and braids in Downing an my knee knocked together.

; Raleigh, Richmond, Washington,. Baltimore. I an of doll ftnlab and the ribbon naedaboold with Stm-klufTi these' costumes.In all the giddy hue of [Well, your Uncle Jue would crowd hat himself to- /
glrdlea black to
'York. 1 groagraln. For abut up like a jackknife
New buff shown
: 'Philadelphia: yellow red. green' and are would
( i and white belting to much Dked. Into a pork barrel Ills leg
TwoElegant Trains Daily UlaBtrated to of doubled and Iw wouldn't
7 1 The mourning gown lit all up. J ..1
Seaboard Mail, black acrge. The skin bas a triple hip bare'much use of his anna. '
Express '
Seaboard yoke from which the material gracefully it There's a cover for that barrel right 13X40 clan, aad,

:Modern Pulluiao Equipment. fall at sides and back hi soft Bnea. : .behind the stairs as we go down. If It tnrn.Ticketa on sale J...

its :' I The front width to hi panel effect. Kar- was clapped on to the barrel don't you ExtenaloaSO. J

e om i y T.dIN | row braid trim tb* skIrt and btooaod ..1 think we could bold It there In spite of a 1V06L. Stopover

Jacket The smart neck trimming and ail the man could dot"Bat <

drib roiih sleepers t from Jiclsonrille to It'.Orlurjnr> collar are of crap !I ., be may Jump out of the"barrel ton Baltimore, Philadelphia.NewJTort
optfttltt yO' th rover on.
;1, before we can put t l1

FOR THE WEE FOLKS. "ont be a coward Jimmy. You ar*
with me.. WS.M fasten JI..., and .,
of right downstairs
rat t charming' hat for a little |I gtrt coming ;
i "For full J i if>rmatio-i 411 deeper nMer/atioi cill .1'1'1} Ai eight or ten to leghorn, hi a floppy We'll talk about rats a* we move Tickets oa aal. May II to

,' Seaboard, or write round, ahape. Tb crown' to of pink around. You'll carry the candle andI f, limited Jan If. Ezl

0 aeapontan straw arranged la[t. soft 'U get the cover and clap It OIL If I'm July!IS, 1XM. Stop orera ..

Pty Jactson i1Ie Fla Zaahloo. Tightly endreUac the clown rot strong enough to keep It theN you FalUd
L.0.1CDONNBLLtiLsstGen.: Irt.J loft IB, Baltimore
: Ia a bend of Uabt bin IowerL i iiiiit help lue. !
a.5 caught New! York
but she
BOYLSTON. Jr. Pas- Ant Large bats of JCDcIlab embroidery t"l-l--- I began
)
F. C. form of chfldreifiheadgear the by tb hair and sternly said:
wffl be the favorite .Lbuw. n'TleE'eta
I don't help me ru su." N. C. and
this 1n1I11ID '. There jar; dellghtfnl f "Jimmy. If you
.. the awfnleat licking a boy oa aal Joe 7. t, t,;
eoabinaQ
r r.L:_.. .-". -' -- rl i modes farmed of a give you
got and then tell everybody that limited JUDe J7. 1"" ..

0 LineTHROUGH Sun haven't got as much spunk as achkkea" :.

Coast .J0.40 ulavllle. Ky. and
Alantic spring
Iii i I was mightily afraid of the man biti Tlc: eta on sale June II 11;'
-8 '
j P : e cellar, but I was more afraid of my limited June 11 Rrtenaloa: J
.j. or coax
.1' tried argument
Had she
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but most women cling to tb useful ng I should bar funked. 8b put the the ...

II and becoming black hose mad. hi elegant india into my band and opened Wot Springs Va. aid

Florida Georgia Alabama, Virginia! North il;: Carolina_ and varied design talr door and began to could talk about do about rate 'I1c eta on sale Jon* .. leV

., and South Carolina II I $ One of the advantage of the popular Ad bouse.what I damage believe the they man had got out j limbed June 1!, ItOC. .

'Highway of Travel) betweenFlorida corselet aklrt to that when the Jacket t stretch himself but.'I
The barrel to
f the
great to removed It to far more complete > bad Bought his ...- I1C.6S CaoxrUl*. Teno. aid
coming
and West. North\ and South than the usual blouse and skirtIf treat fearing again.aa Without letting up on her j Tie eta oa tale Jane 11. "*'
and the East ; yon are thinking about purchasinga the
foulard silk be sure to get oo* withyel'f talk at all Aunt Mary picked up whit 13, JZ4. 30. July 7. 14. ISflfti

6a rover, and I saw bar fc grow a daya. Extension30.3XK.
f Bquipm.nt. MucolBont Oioin* small figure barrel. Whoa
tielvioe Klejftnt Pullman k started for a. .
Oo8"olen' 4- we .
'I I is Sapphire blue masquerade this season .
n u Bearing It ah* mad a sodden Jump r. "
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; Route; .()fthc") DIXIE FLYER |I j LIt4ITEtTrains : -. -Mediterranean under the bine.euphonious name of and dapped on the cover and seatedherself 114.65 Jsh.vUle. N. C. and

'. Celebrated' V FLORID AND WEST INDIA ,1 coats of cheviot and covert upon It Then was a aerie of T'Ic eta on sale lone M. J7.!
ty Separate and
U. j MONTGOMERY, L. AND II N. | I. cloth are to be worn for morning. ,muffled for the first yells ten from minute the man a*laatd mad such limited July 10. 1>0. "

<" __ and overplalda are among the ; '
Checks struggle that I had to help against lll.SS Vonteajle. Tenn, and ..
t2 1 1.lI ; Smartest of the new material tot"anto" :a bad
\ and theM are usually slm. Then be grew gum and w* Tickets oa sol* Jan a. M, J
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\\j coats
r METHOD OF
with him. J
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CONVENIENT. TBA'I'ELINr. sack of more trouble 3. limited August 31. IMC 1
i- naowi staaw built hi the lone.oOIIe type liDO guard
mile ticket jro.id 15 000 miles of riilWDbnJmJISi For two long bow w* kept
thousand
.& one prln4tpal t cat Very frequently a bid sum appears -j for the tension October 31. INC
sgencies. fortunate
portioB. of the South on sale as all flan of straw and embroidery simply with ore him. and It was
from date ..f porrha For full,cfmSete the crown with up the back strapped I i that Uncle Jo was no later.
;. r eacb. Limited to one year trimmed around of the materiaL fellow 13110 pdlwaake*. Wla, and .
( aadwhabie Information regarding ratea.bednles.. Puljman serrlce."i : | wide stitched strap uncle arrived and w* called him
wild flowers.Amocg When
i.l
of
: .. wreaths White lisle hose delicately embroidered I Tickets oa sate Aug. 10 11..
; ? Write stairs and
| of the cellar
'f
.' th*newest bate for Bttl*glrtoto from the foot
a Boylstoa. DM. to... Air'W.. I). Stark,Tn.. lInc "". Aito' the "cantaloope meloo. It; Is aom- over the Instep with pal lllact be came down and upset the barrel limited Aug. 33 INC j--
> "' US W. Street Jlcktlonnl Fla. \ are to be worn with white buckskin prisoner
Say out our
t t= what Uk the old melon| or dome and poured the man

W.*Ji Craip, Paaaenger-Traffic Manager, Wilm ton, N. c:: ft gaped hat of the winter bat th* hard shoe with the an front openwork through strapped which the design -I: was so near dead of suffocation that ...

II line around the face to aoftened by up be did not come to for an boar.Next .
lilac blossoms peep alluringly. him & Ticket Of i
constable took Passenger
trifle of toe. morning a
row' of chiffon niching or
sail
stunning white \linen
-. -- Iif One
,: ::; -" which constitute the moat becoming I very off to Jail and we learned that be was
} the little
g Unen on -
of mauve
has touches with a

*Ha'$ Stood- The Test 25] Years setting of fair curia.for a email face with jtta. fringe : skirt Jacket Is embroidered while on; a the design front In mauve.of the not reward only of a $500 desperate:; on his criminal bead week but had be 108 I W. Bay Street 'ry

Ith atate'a prison
A pretty llttl model of! males The linen collar Illustrated to one of escaped from .,

deacrtpdon to carried oat to pale: bits the smart I'kot.-of': neckwear to be fore. Aunt Martha <\
border ornamented The reward was paid to
th*
t Grove's4Ms J CrtnoUn atraw
shirt

t tilted With three ralenciennea anperpoaed toe trmalof*.> Two! whit tiny worn waist.with The the cravat strictly is of tailored white mull good, and woman I got never a share told of a soul It and how the I J. C LU! ,

\ trimmed on the rods with fine embroidery and would bar
mortal tenor
TonICN boncbe of orgetmenot are the!half hat to concealed aro.eue and buertton. The collar U held shown was hi the white feather If she hadn't
elessthil! on either aid of burrow Dt trict Passenger Agent
i Tas of toe, who a bow of bin' together with two white pearl grabbed me by the hah and bang**
buttonholed loop.
faltered on a Jacksonville FIcDI.GE
satin ribbon a shade deeper; aU that' JCDIC CUOLLET. aayheadagataatlUwaa.K.QUUI ,
5Q cents. d.caeatr tbe crws d the :
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