The Daily Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00395
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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.Eg t.;About, His Qualifications-to Clerkship the Main Contest to be ; J rc For Heavy Damages in New York By Noticeable Inc ass inMEN

-,4t Serve the Board of Decided Constableship Here lie
;, on City-Alleges Wu Abandoned the Moscow Revolutionary -

and at West Palm t '.
}K, Public Works. Beach- on a B ize By Tug
Movement Ur
-f Unofficial Ballot.
.' :; fir Dauntless. f


Iff!F HE IS NOT QUAUFIED dud On primary next. Tuesday.to nominate June'12.county the ceo offl, New York June I John )Murad aNorwegian ARMED AND D DlllLING

1': sailor {filed suit In the I
.'" cers win be held throughout the Sta.t8and
Federal Court
yes erday for $2.500
there are ver Stew If any counties I I
damages against the Florida East
that will not have such contests.In i I
K>Wm Resifn-Whole Board Ordered Dade county the only general. Coast Railroad. .1 I
Murad '
alleges that he
r' contest to be voted will be the nomination ,,' was captainof And Waiting For Favorable Opportunity
6 f larestigated By Council-Much for clerk of the circuit court three barges towed by the tug
Dauntless last Janbary to the extension to Launch General Up-
( and in which F.W. Hahn and Z. T.
;"i Business Transacted the work near Key West and was
[ ; By City Merritt are the contestants.In .
this the 10th precinct, the electors abandoned on the )barges by the tug rWng-Peaaanti Agitated Bj the
wt.. Fathers Last Right.KTg fourteen miles from Key West because t
will also be required to rote for the water was too shallow for Revolutionary Emlsaariei

a constable J. F .DeBerry and W. J. the tug. I
Wilson being the opposing parties for
Murad alleges f
rther that be had
the office. I I only scant provisu>ns and remained

I- session of the city council last At West Palm Beach precinct No. F W. HAHN eleven days on the barges until rescued
3, a constable Is to be nominated In ,
by Capt. Batfeoff, of the fishing Moscow June 8- There Is a noticeable -
was long and Interesting a
addition to the clerk of the circuit
schooner White Sands. Increase In rerotnUonai activity
I I Lumber. of important matters recelv- court. In the constable contest Chas. jr x
Candidate t ---- -- here It
for Coun'ty Clerk and is evident the 1 adera are
Purdom and DJiM. McCuen. to
[:!i' ing consideration and action among were END OF FAMOUS
c' run the race over for the nomination V3> I preparing to take advantace of the
,them being a lengthy communication
I but McCuen failed to put up his additional I first opportunity to start Ii armed
t;presented by Mayor Bewell from Mr. assessment of 5necesury to Granger Place School 1 at Canandatgua,
o I uprising.
N. Y. Closes Career .
George A. McKlnnon. of the Board of enter the second primary and therefore
: Canandalgna N. Y.. June 8.- The The factory workmen
ire being
Works, relative to his eleglbnity his name will not appear on bal

: as a freeholder ,to hold the of- lot. This gives Purdom no opposition To The; Democratic Voters of Dade CoI of Granger the best Place known Befool Institutions for Girls, one of systematically armed with Manser

and the formality of nominationin rifle and are being drilled under army -
; flcf and another was the adoption of learning of that character in the
conformity to the primary laws hall ,';i I reserve men. Rei
an ordinance extending the fire limits : country will be cosed forever after ,oiutionarymeetings
so as to include 10th street on necessary to give him the office. wisho extend to you mjsincere appreciation for your most the closing exerclies which are held are being held nightly in

[ M the north.. The same rules relative to voting beta! suppojrt in the primary election held May 15, in which I was a today. the Industrial sections. I IEmtsarles
marking ballots etc.. that prevailed
M The communication from Mr. MejKInhon In the first primary will be followed Candidate fog nomination to the office of ,;Clerk of the Circuit Court. The school was organised by Miss hare been send out to all
was in reply to the question ''tor this Caroline Comstocki Miss Harriet Has- parts of the country to Incite the land
unofficial ballotto supjiprt am .
Jj.. next Tuesday. The profoundly gratefntJ
< that brouck. Mrs. Cha lotte Crocker hungry to
raised he was not a property own. and peasants appropriate land
be voted In the 10th precinct. Miami 'II I tJ A primary will be held June 12.!and in it I stand for nomi- Miss Jane
,, er and therefore,not eleglble to bold is follows second SlocunJ In 1876 and has and strike on the big estaJtes The
as :
the office he now fills. Mr. :McKInlunrstated For Clerk of Circuit Court i I alien by a majority vote against one other, candidate. I feel that I had a prosperous existence ever since leaders evidently hope for k complete
: that he was buying mid that time. The Misses Granger who rupture between Jthe and
Vote for one J every way qualified to fill the office'I, : seek and believe yon willfive government
Ion 18th street, under contract, gained control of the school about parliament, which will furnish UM
F. W. HAHN. me the time consideration in the that ,
and that he was advised by his at- I send primary was accord- ten years ago, hai e decided to retire necessary opportunity for an uprising. '

f', torney. 'H- F.. Atkinson previous to Z. T. MERRITT.For Constable. d me in the first.. I from school work. They have decided The situation is greatly alarming

; 7 the primary that a purchaser of prop- Vote for one. Appreciating fully your kindest fee ings towards me. and thanks to go to Europe f*r the summer and business men and the land irds of the
: undervcontract was considered a when they return ere In September. country.
..JJFt7 for ,
J. F .DeBERRY. yon ,already demonstrated, I s.tn truly I
fehoMer.Mr.. McKlnnon courted that they expect tor model the school
[-Jan opinion on the. matter and said W. J. WILSON.In F. TV. HAHN building into a mo era dwelling housein I KILLED IN
all of the other precincts of the .
I 'if such decision the which they to live..
was against him n pn pose The A RUSSIAN
county except: West Palm Beach, FIGHT
[ letter could considered his resig- (building war erect d In 1S14. by their
l nation from the Board of Public Works thenames pf Hahn and Merritt HE AGR1CULTURAL ? grandfather Gldeo Granger who ,
was Tsartlien. Russia, June 8- -In fight
will appear on the ballot, while at L SJA ISrICS. a
j He expressed a wish for the success the latter place the name of Chu I poe:master generU unJer Jefferson !! here yesterday between Im; rued Persians

'and progress of the\ city and said be Purdom will for constable. I and Madison and was later occupied as laborers In the p aCe of the
1 J would not retard it by attempting to appear as a residence by their parents, until striking longshoremen a mob of

:% remain one of Its officials' If not legal. ROCK ISLAND TRAIN OF DADE COUNTY YEAR 1904 I the school wlIJI es ablUhed. strikers twenty ,of the andj litter were t
The excellent faculty
ly qualified to do so. headed by Killed.
'tf' Mr. Atkinson representing Mr. McKlnnon WRECKED IN KANSAS !t Samuel Cole FaI eY. the principal.

..;, ,, was present and besides Miss Parmelee anp others In the different STATIONARY ENGINES S MEET
"":m iHnj a statement, submitted a written Newton. Kan, June 8The Rock Island classical d ppartemnts. will be

S:- ,, opinion quoting Supreme Court Railroad east bound train was dispersed. Mr. Falrley. who baa
expressions on what constitutes a wrecked today near Jennings. The ompiled Jy Tax Assessor George O. Butler and Sent to been head master} for thirteen years Evansrille.state Ind. June 8- The .annual -
convention of t Indiana
freeholder and contending that Mr. engine and all but one coach were has become closely Identified with branch of the
j McKlnnon was' such. derailed and eighteen or twenty passengers ,I Commissioner of Agricu1tur -Report is Complete- educational and ennrch Interests here Stationary Engineers whi Association h of

,,The matter was productive of,eon Injured. I I and will probably emaln here in some openeJTWENTY
-alderable discussion and resulted Inkjnotlon I Some of the Interesting Facts and Figures. capacity. j here today promises to be of unusualInterest
: : It will last three days and
that the eleglbillty of sal .
members of the Board of Publl.tWbrka -I. will be presided over by State President
e: lTRACK BUILDING HAS r-- Emil O. Heeger of this city.
be referred to the city attorney -\ I
i GOVERNOR BLANCHARD The attendance Is large a 4d the pro-
: for Investigation he to report his .1
r opinion at the next regular meeting. : REACHED 12TH STREET County Us Assessor George O. Enter of eggplants; 13,054 crates beans; cram arranged for the meeting if
unusually elaborate
K:'-- The question of extending the has Just mpleted and forwardedo 10.389 boxes of oranges; 18,361 cratesof and interesting.It
BRAVE includes
[/Ire limits so as to Include 10th street I' the Comnussloner of Agriculture, grapefruit and 157,457 crates of A FIRE FIGHTER Kentucky State a Joint(' meeting) n with of Sta-the r

[{and restrict' the erection of wooden'buU4lnp' ; + pineapples.There
lallahassee of the tionary Engineers.-" which meets
fe ajfull report num- tat
therein was brought up by were at that 9,826 bearingand Henderson. .
ber Ky.
me highly
P-Mr. of fruit-trees boxes of -
; P.' CUendortf. which was foUow- grown %.Z15
s' ed by the introduction of an ordinancesjBtering STREET: CAR COMPANY IS NOW fruit raised And shipped from this 86,933 grapefruit non-bearing trees and orange 6,853 mango Important matters will ccjme up for
consideration. Including
the Aid petition. The rulesEwer HASTENING WORK AND EX--pounty durlnl-the year 1904. together trees under cultivation. ASSISTED BY LEGISLATORS ANDCITIZENS for certain regulations I tnd positions laws'
rlth the number of cattle horse. ,
waived and the ordinance given The '
report shows 196 cows 370 which
engineers will
try to hare Incorporated
IFlfce necessary readings and action to PECTS TO HAVE CARS RUNNING :hlckens and\every other article ofigricultnral horses 124 mules; 17,533 chickens and IN NIGHT CLOTHESHE in the statute boks of -
Ptnake it a law after the required pub produce grown mannfao- 200 turkeys in and the
lication.K WITHIN THE. NEXT SIXTY DAYS :ured, or ustfd! In the county In that The' use raising. SAVED LO ISIANA CAPITOL State. Many papers of a ] urely technical
number of
dole, hogs and all character will be read Y
Walter C. DeGarm the well known 't, ear jff other animals of value and domestica BUILDING FR .M DESTRUCTIONBaton -

p architect submitted plans for a genr This report!should have been com- tion. I ana articles of agriculture and FOR DIAMOND IK(lLLH

| ral building law. which he showed I lied and sent In last fall, but owingo manufacture are covered In the report BOB w

try absolutely necessary for the safeEtjr the complication of the books andthe (which consumes several
The work of laying the track of the pages. Philadelphia. June 8-
'' William
and protection of the city front Miami, Street Railway Co., is progressing : work necessary In compiling the The report for the year 1905. Mr. West, of the Undine I a

K CIORfIa 'ationa. Mr. DeGarmo offeredto rapidly on Avenue Q. north to tax list it Could not be reached atthat Butler states,. will be made up this Rouge. 1 i., June 8- Saving this city sailed for England Barge Clubs of
draft a building law which would time. The report Is most thorough fall and filed at the time. That today to
will proper
12th street and bare reached the capital bull :ng from complete take part In the
rmeet all emergencies and permission and noMan Item of an industrial them will be a very large Increase compeUt on for the -
that thoroughfare by night After
': destruction by fir last night was accomplished :- Diamond Skulls at the Eng Ish Henley
fe granted him to affiliate with the ontted.
vis nature is I shown In all of the Industries and
that the work will be pursued down Regatta. He Is '
bttfty- attorney In preparing such Imeuare. During the; -ear there were 678.000 commodities, he Is certain but cannot In a spectacular manntr by Eta accompan ed by Car-
12th O
Street, east to Avenue and !son. trainer who will assist him
F thence north towards the depot. I I crates of tomatoes grown and shipped;; +ven estimate the percentage at Governor manchlfd. assisted by many with his advke i

K 'A communication was received from Quite a force of \ O.311cratet f peppers; 7.479 crates presentPREUOHNflllTCHEll legislators, dresse only In their Mr.
Ltte 'Gamewell Fire Alarm Co.. proto men are engagedIq I nightclothes I West Is a well to d< > merchant
the ..work and the company'expects and and
posing Install afire alarm system I I by a housand citizens of consequently anjafenr rule

tare-' Several plans with the cot to,have cars In operation within the THE PRESIDENT SENDS Baton Rouge, su; ptementlng the fire He baa taken with him new shell
Hf'each next thirty to sixty days. Somedlffl- which he had built for I its special '
for efficpent
were presented an department and ubdulng the flames I
cult and much delay has been caused occasion. Until .
] last yes r. be
[:'dreasedthe service.council Fire in Chief support Hardie of the ad- and experienced by the slow arrivalof PACKiNG HOUSE The fire started] from defective wlr- the West Phllad Iphia Boat represented +

r system 'and gave much valuable la, ties and trolley wire poles bat E REPORT( : ;SETILES' COAL STRIKEIN Ing near the roo of the Senate and Club. West won his Junior skulls
these coming In rapidly and in 190 In
are now the
Information relative to it and its need destroying the e st wing above the Schuylkin N vy Regatta
unless something unforeseen occurs and In the
J liere. It waa decided however thattheCity first floor. The lamage will amount following year was gradv-
the line will be In operation at an I I atey from the Intermediary class
is not able at the present TO HOUSEfAGRICULTURAL COM :o between $50,00: 1100.000.
early date. MINES- '.KZ: has been handicapped his
I n effort
LdoM to take up the matter. and the t,
f I :
AU'of the machinery, both steam Governor BIan hard to win senior
R TODAY < personally dl a event throu.'rouble .h stomach
propositions were carried over.until MITTEE "THE HASTE SCALE ADOPTED 30,000 MEN
t-iundi shall be available for this ser- and electric has been installed and Is reeled the saving] of valuable papers. from which now 'com-' .
In readiness to supply the power for WOULD BE AMUSING IF NOT SOW pletely recovered.
[.yioa. : WILL RETURN TO THEIR PLACES The Legislature s In session today Wes4 has been
operating the cars. When the service doing gymnasium
KEd in the winter and
Youngs made application for tht.fosw Elks' The tree
of the line and equipment through, NEAR TRAGIC. IN1 MINES AT ONCE !Is now In the pink of ltlOD.
of the band Instruments owned I I The capital wa first bum in 1SI7
libr: the City and now in the custody of out will be among the best and most I I 1 but was burned J ring the Civil War.
complete in the State. THI SOUTHERN
|'>, the marshal The application warRanted !. I The present bull lug was erected In CONFERENCE
[ : prorlJlng Mr. Youngs gives i U -- "" June 8 Responding Kansas City June 8- John Mitchell 1880. OF V. W. C. A. .

K I auffldent bond for the safe and good 'amount will be on hand to meet all to a !. f the House agricultural president of the United Mine Workers, aAsheville
committee the President today forwarded I N. C. June 8- -.Hundredsof
'care of the same. present obligations. has fin eeded In WOMEN AND CHILDRENCREMATED
r'. 'The matter of erecting a fire deoartaaent The city tax collector reported that to Representative Wadsworth peacebet..ee ,.,.- IN TENEMENT members and delegates of the various -
headquarters received muchHsenssion. taxes amounting to 1247.05. erroneously chairman of the committee, the reportof I the operators and miners IJp Young Women's Christ an AIIOcla-

and the urgent need of assessed had been stricken from the committee of the department thetb..estern j mining district I j dons of the South are a. < moled here

M same ,was plainly. shown. The the tax books. and his actions were of agriculture regarding the Chicago whereby the 1905 wage scale was re Syracuse. N.'i June 8The explosion I to attend the twelfth sesilon of the +

|- committee on fire and water, with approved. packing coiiie conditions. new fo two years from'the first of an oil Hove-In an apartment Southern Conference of Young Wbmen'a '

k. the; addition of ){r., J. C. Tucker, City Marshal Hardie submitted his The President accompanied the report of .La jor house here last njrtt.; resulted In the I Christian which

Kvai Instructed to'confer with the report for the month of May. showIng with a ?!litter In which he points This that the thirty thousand death of two womb n and children. opened here of
m Idle since April 1, in Mis these summer AuoctaU1",
K Board of Public Works and prepare that 137 arrests and 1730 In fines out that there is no conflict In the substance I Is to
|. plans with an estimated cost of and forfeiture/ had been collected betw&n it and the NelU-Rey- souri. Kansas.. Indian Territory and PENNSYLVANIA MINERS deepen the the delegates

trerectlng a building, for that purpose. during .that month. nolds reportd: He says In the latest Arkansas, will return to work Imme ILLED IN FIGHT I the to train In

K 'one finance committee reported that After the transaction of a few oth- report the picking house.proprietors dlately.| I Christian service. There will be "

Pit will present a full statement of the er minor maters council adjourned to are manifesting' almost humorous bate r ,I- Indiana Pa.. J ne 8In a fight at I i I classes.mission study city dusts Bible\ study

fjaaandal condition' or.the city at the meet again on the nljht of die flat to clean up. ? pave and-plan for future velopedj to call for an immediate enlargement Earnest, five miles from here today.,'I meetings conferences student's

[: meeting June 21. On account of a The meeting was attended by President changes. M of the powers of government between striking coal miners and and etc. Many d Istlngnlshed

f ikortage of funk all current .bills Wharton and Members Wilson The repo ]says: "The baste wouldbe In the Inspectlon: of all meats State constabulary .two.miners were workers of the speakers frtra all parts m

I Iw r.carried over until Ae next meet- Tucker Cheatham,;,Raalerson,; Chime' amusing If not so near tragic" The which, enter Into interstate and.for.d killed: and eight wounded, three fa I I['address South the delegates are In attend ce and will

[ tag:when -it. Unexpected a sufficient and Lummna [President, sirs J enough ,has been de- commerce. tally., ference.dur og. the con
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U fence being built until

.MIAMIMETROPOL1 I Inl up.The :Metropolis s t i

DAILY AND WEEKLY In a spirit of fairness ; One More Week
tended since the beg I f :
t'arr.Jslgu for
fubHshed ben Afternoon Except
end asserted that It wo !
BY THE and all candidates fro' :

The Miami Printing Company es and malicious auau : -

-A bas said here for 1r. I I ]
say for \Ir. \Ierrltt or : of the Great .

:' .. .. TATIW Pre*. S. MM BEAN,Sec.-TnU honorable didate conducting campaign au b I! ,

Member of The Assodated Press. tomly and wrongly attar 1

r. small t'allbred polltJcI I \ -1. II

Eiierc at Ibc P..t-Ofti.- Umi, Florida, abuse and slander as I
t a.tern.4CIa.s.auer trade. ,


One Tear.......4........;.....$5.00 IS DISTINCTLY BAD Success S1eF
Sis ..50
Three Months................... 1.5 The editor, of the LI
One Month..................... 45 Brat supporting the Me I,
One Week........;.n.......... .10 pc the we 1
Weekly, per month............:. 2.00 !
that sex Instead of the
word "says! : of1heAnthonyoinfhGb.

e OFFICE I IN METROPOLIS BLDQ. "The most obdurate I !: '

,Ii' 432434 Opposite 12th Street.Court House Phone 7g this world is provincial;I, I
it is absolutely Impervk I

ic of mere verbal reaso
FRIDAY, JUNE S, 1906 1
how strong and Just

that reasoning may :,
studiously refer to fOU I sOur

I This Date-In History I occasions aa their"young sensll ge ;
you offend ,
not be more absurd tharj store. was more than crowded m my times during last w6ek and as
lunc 8 Jin ntsiort.r young ladles can never j
"-. -.-WjrtlM.. 'tiien c- sad tor cumstances be spoken' l few of the bar ain goods advertised we will con- }
7 ses rhanedler of VlntaJa" died I at I we still hare quite a ,
bJoIM'I4: born mi.: women without queaUo :1
as-The city of Natehos; HIM; ..'1IMIt7'-tU1' to the quality' of ladies this entire week. In insta ces where
6..a.d'bby'ataea.ao' : general ;1 tinue to sell them through many
and ; way they :
]eS-.......... d.ekpou. pTMfcteat IBdfed JD.If. : (
via.;mt bora Th.m.HtnaltiJ BMT Nub-I in be the referred polite Ito circles as,youni ot; ) ;' lines were badly sold out and just a few remaining wee have cut prices

1a-I'I'a Mal JUMTteaa actor.

?, Mt-UlMloBi1M to Mbruk&; ben la China ma cabled FIM I sire world fixed where that;the is the n' |, deeper tha n ever so as to sell all t lis week sure. Buy now while the
tax MoLki.7 to Mud protection fro I I1M I
a.aaatenIp .i.mrot I "No lady peed feel h< ;
y .--Prtoo* Leopold of IIoh.n.on.>iwhoM .
y nmnliutVm eau.4lie to rraaea die tbto.sfrp.la .Funds ell I ret by being there referred ire many to as tl(j | r

Tat warm im did In BOTtta; ton USL \
relations when It woul
tot !! theSuccespSale onMen's
-- breeding
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WHY THAT GALLOWS .. a lady. : The instlni II r
'p FENCE WAS ERECTED the educated gJatlemai;

tell him when to make t !
after the f
On Tuesday Immediately '
*} execution Edward Brown the ma n the use of words; au
of 1
derer.&rumor wu started that Mr, J. idles who ':are mtklng || Suits Men's fine Pants

W. ,Hahn wu the instigator of tbe be Miami editor will : 1

,f bleb board fence being erected arena itandard English and A: : Men's fine $15 and $16 suits-one ; .
the 'gallows, at the last moment to literature and any or reason for this less than cost price ; Men finep pantsold everr \ 95
social where at 6.00 and 7,00. We have a b
of ;1
obstruct public flew. roman is we are badly broken | A Ain stock and to close Success price.... ... .
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The object of the rumor la only untry or sizes. If we happen 111.
too obvious. Mr. Hahn la a sand hat young omen 1 to have your size.pricev v All 400,450, and 5,00rais in our sto

date for 'nomination nest'Tuesday U without being Incell&J1 ; A few $12 and $13 suits in black Pants that fit and wear and a guaranti* $3 45 ::

e clerk of the circuit court. Oa the.. al such. To Insist 01 and fancy weaves,somewhat as the back of every one sold. Price. .... ... '

day of the hanging there were seven erm In every In.tan. above, broken in sizes Business men's" 3.50 and 4.00 pants n '
hundred persons from nearby placu'' tad form and long,sln< In case we can fit you $8.9 0 blue serges crashes wool 1 homespun, t 2 85
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la1'the city, the majority of them he cultured rank' wh j'I PAnfce.. =.suits..in. .mall' flannels, eta Sucdess price.. .. .. t....p ..
coming expressly to witness the eecuUon. : irds of taste in such sizes. Unlim "
It bad been announced. that txed.: J ited coats,worth up to One line of odd pants in freakish sizes. ,'
45 Some worth three dollars and $2 3' 5
and wbe o 8.00 and 10.000, Close- up '
the banging would be public me itt i I ing price.. .. .. .! .. .. .. .. cents. Price. .... .. .. ...... ....... ..r.. '
a high fence was found enclosing .would: be \
considerable dli. of the a :
gallows, there was he feelings 1 I I'
satisfaction because all of those pe: Tampa Tribune and the, I
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sons gathered around the Peace an4 In the recent munld i 1 \
grounds outside bad gone there 1 1t to bat city there were ; $5.00 per: pair for E2.50 and3 men's Edwin Glapp Shoes :,

see the hanging. can.J1datel in the field J men's Diamond s mea
: Here Is wnere the dory meal;,. 'igoronsly' :supported o' \, I : ? who want quality aad style. i.o;

,'. "contemptible: politician comes in. the Haaw times wuequally' all Brand Shoes calf, vici kid, etc., about 49 pair mostly la WeZ
The third
t. an opportunity to Injure pother
and goods of IMS design la order to ;
6 Haha candidacy by declaring the both paper Many bai All are made on scientific principal( and Our success price dose tbeseout we bar> put
board fence bad been erecteJ throng: aid> and personalities, are great for wear a*we.e *5 "2 C) them on the bergala CPUDteI'I ..4 95IDOf'e
than overstocked price .J..7. ;
his Influence. The. Metropolis ha when the election
1 AU im styles la Edwta dapp fd.N.ndt
Investigated this report ..t.borouP11ud tanned, I Ithe two ) 3.5and 4.M Walk-Over and Packard's > 7."shoes being our wand
assert positively Into the and the[ Big line on our bargain counter $1 0 5.35 At
4 la la a position to soup Z.90 latest design. Success price..
to clo.eat..F.{ ..... ..... ,
and Irrevocably that the rumor cal cured the nomination.| :

'ries with It not a semblance of truth far position'''I for the tw l I IKrippendott

i and la a falsity, manufactured wit In i, but they have taken
t the object of accomplishing a polltlca racefully. Now let 1 i Ladies Shoes Our Great Succes has made this Children shoes I and oxfords '

purpose. The I facts relative to the< each other 'and[ .realize : I sale possible. N old stock or r

,erection of the fence however an people of Tampa win win Dot laat ,song at these prices back styles in the e lots. We've snub u Black Cat 19ostonbn tlnh

these:. I pinions moulded In 1 I 1.5t.boea for ..F....................2.6 simply too man on hand for a 1.15andl.25.b ea'or. .............. .tS 1
Sheriff Frobock bad Intended to impted. f t was ; shoes for.:. ..... :....."...::1.4. 1.5t and I."&hoes for. .......... ..1.:15:
conduct, the banging la the manner -4- shoes.for.. t f', ..,............1.5 summer tint e an d lave J just gottossN 1.75and 2."shoes f or. ....... ......I.u ,
Y''. provided and specified bytlaw-in the The announcement, 2."aboes'or..r..u.' put prices low to ose them out Want'.25c tor.: ......... .1S a

i Jail yard'enclosure. tJnfortnnatelj anee companies will noli

the Jail,enclosure- here la nothing but el on buildings, or : I I
} aa open Iron fence, such as are used bleb were shaken :
t{ : around rSJdencei'lawnpu'u..etc.,, quake at San i! >c Trunks and We are making it very easy I iif you {I lore half way
yet'U'answers,the.letter of the law of
Such Fran3 j
prIae. shirts anything lineLaws
a .' which does not state the nature of JaU pectecl from Suit Cases.. for you to buy in our "

i' yard enclosures, though It In no manner declaring buy now while the
the companies toot}! w stock lUUfcloslnf A few of the circulars vill offer 2.50 Royal '
would have obstructed public their legal I sut sal who la .w Tort
woold meet : Palm shits for 80c.Youn r Bros.hats for 90c etc
view of the execution. A number of that was alt In regard| Ctty, they ar SMT*. c.sp 1ft.atth I t
= a prominent business men-mercbal1t:1: tailed by the b1o I SUCCnS rtlCU new *

i and others, of Miami at once realized the American fan traaks udntt casts...fUltlLM
traaks tad cans..fUS ,,
that execution conducted In this
t aa lbat claims for da tut franks end nit cu...:.1UISUI Great
manner,would tend to have a demoralizing I ..
aeter shall not be paid tnaks Lad nit CUII $US '. !
effect on the community. The : tia traaks Lad suit casts..tut ;.
bave been definitely '
suit casts..fL* r .
-z matter of the was above discussed class of among citizens, and II Uon.more which liberal was than that :;:; r..i

one of them" had a conversation with wOldol not pay US : .
thesberiff "relative to enclosing the imollsbed.. We Ja*... Stettoa sad gnu 4.35 '
'* gallows. He recited that. boys, and Icon News If they I LH sad Ut Ittt hats at.. ale
others out of Idle curiosity would tJJ Tttnt STM. celebrated 2.85 .
10 i when It Is proved ; 311 lead ail nil lat... ..,..
assemble .to witness the execution ,
r ': ..
were destroyed by Sotvta's flu lc sus drew ,60c ': ..... ,
that women of a nervous nature'soddelicate ltary authorities in an '' *rsw rtk JJc ..t..... .. :{" '
condition might be effected ,.
? -'
lanrtsd Ovmni, weAk 2Sc
the spread of the 6Qc
.- by probably seeing while passing the ] *i......... ..t.i ...... IlIrtIIa is on. dash and cash
or not such >* .UltM III tie aN US
thin < Msjuttc
t streets, the horrifying sight of th efforts 1 6.8uta* Covtt! Supadn, Atrwrti5c \ tai shills u famous for shirts sad a Jew Mia- wkttaceIor lfrcbMtc.jrtl only eoes at the '.
..... *
+ effect It would bare on strangers arriving tt..4 tttlrnt sa< w ar. kt1iji ui K ftha Sock u leaps
in, the city, and not knowing A, Nsw J SwMplJtf noacttaes I ta keys dotkSaetecbs eat f 9 g u. llajsstk) .ear..OJr Above Priceslaam
'; a banging was to take place etc. The I Lad many gnu art la U at....., .....1. SIIcctuw.1.1l0; ,

sheriff desiring to satisfy the will of Capt J. F. Bennett .
the people and being convinced that i kennel for the I iI.The
the gentleman bad represented the hii' of pedigreed and
H. selection of
sentiments: of the majority of them for breeding is -. Anthonv-RomfhCo. ,
promptly:decided to.endOie the galtors 11(' baa not only been
paying' for .the._material out of are opportunity to '
-t his' own' pocketTbat bd has displayed: ; .
1IIDt. He baa his Miami Florida
la aQ there II to it. Mr. L 228Twelfth Street ,
Lnler'a. Just out of
,s ,Dab bad nothing to do with the tc js are in fine

vorerif&t and kaew'' nothing of the rough Press "
i' ti-----' :

4, 1 qr s, r :, a yrsr S? ate" t ':pi

., .
ts .
i '
,.a f '
h AN ORDINANCE. era of PubUc3"Wcrk and to attend
aU special meeting* at said board.
lost, An ordinance regulating! dutiesof when | the same.
tt The Jewel \ the City Attorney of the City 01 See.notUledtt| also be the duty While other Dealers talk Price

"-.. eOrKln&L Miami; and fixing his salary. of the e, to advise any officer
...,. -* Be It ordained by the City Council of the city|of :Miami, relative to .
:';; [ ] of the City of Miami: Ills duties rights and obligation ai
Ml On a voyage frost South Africa to Section 1. The city attorney of the such officer: fo' draw all papers connected talk
-Jf..w York: we had ;aboard a heathen city of Miami, shall before entering / with tile bnslnesi the city we Quality and the Price
Hindoo who was bringing some fancy upon the discharge of his omclal duties 1 of Miami, requiring legal kill; to
.cttckens over to exhibit at the coming take and subscribe to the oath give written opinions to the Board of i
'.... Ctdcton: show. He had them In coops of office In like manner as other executive public Worksor the city council upos.requelt .
:/g 'ea deck where they attracted a great I officers of said city and In man BO tqjdo{ upon any question
deal of attention. In one coop were ner and form as prescribed by the of law regarding which there Is doubtIn
: ''two cocks and four hens and very I city charter. either of sajd boards; to'attend the
t cockney Entlahman aboard who to receive money belonging to there are contest; to draw an ordinances -
.ported a splendid diamond stud In his the city of Miami, he shall {make such I or relations of the city council .
sort bosom which the of bond. the city council may deem necessary. and all resolutions of the Commissioners H
:'J-. was envy every
; ec Public weirD.
: one, especially the women. One when
3n. fine morning after breakfast, when we Sec. 3. The city attorney snail not I Requested so W do; to use an diligence
be absent from the city for more than In pressing sal to of the city of Miami,
all to Into
were beginning get ourtaamer
p: chairs on deck for the day we one month at any one time without In collecting ((overdue taxes, or other OUAL1TY AMa
previously obtaining leave jot absence Claims of whatsoever; ana
heard a loud talking between the Hlo perm :
from the council provided hat herald to do and all things required
don and the
cockney." I city attorney, may arrange with the of him by thjt\: ''charter of the city of
TH cut him howled the cock-
"'t.;, city council to supply his place as such Miami | ,
'. .J.TouTI attorney while so absent Sec. 8. Tha the city attorney shall MaYfOrgetwhathe : aid
cut up nothing retorted the Sec. t. The city attorney Ehall act receive a salary of seven hundred and
D&doo."Do, for the city In no matter pf business twenty dollar[ per year, payable In IS 1 OUR for his clothes, but he'll
C you keep the cock for that pur- In connection with or in reference to nonthly Instalments of $60 each.
posr cried the cockney. any corporation or partnership or business :1 Sec. 9. Thst all ordinances or parts never forget how t ey
l" Too can me thief r shrieked tbe if ordinances-in
organization for which or wherein conflict with the pro- "
,''r.' !D4oo. he Is an agent attorney solicitor rislons hereof be and the same are 1 looked, how they f i ted
By this time a dozen or more of us .
> or -pecuniarily interested, but In hereby repealed.Sec.
had gathered around the coop where such event the city council ''shall select ''j; 10. That this ordinance shall S P'E IALTY 1 I and how they w re.

ti lbe two men were disputing, many ofPi some attorney to act for or to advise Jake effect upon its passage and advertisement I
w hopeful that the monotony of tbe the city and the fee of ':such attoc as; required by law. Our faultless clothing !
/''voyage was to be broken by a fight ney shall be charged. to the city attor II ,Passed thi423d day of May, A. D.,
"'.*ir a bloodp'lndlc!" shouted t&s.cockney. ;906. iff' t saves a man paying made-to-order 1i
!. leather faced 'eathen ney.Sec.. .
This & It shall be the duty of the F. H. Wharton
i.t'..u these cocks and 'ens trained: to pick city attorney to attend all regular I II R-esldent of City Council. !i prices and me unpleasant feelingof '
for ralyblea. One on 'em 'as nipped meetings of the city council and to Attest: Jl* 'R. Kellum.
stay diamond and swallowed It. I was attend all special meetings of said I. Clerk,of the City of Miami. I wearing the ordinary
1 leanln over the coop when 'e flung council when notified of such meeting (Seal) n ready-mr.de fl

la MB atJt and pulled tin 'e got It ', I Approved this 6tt day of June A. D. Yes we will be ready to convince .
.eat d the settlnV Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the 1906. l\\ I ,

f'ltatemellt. was greeted by a city attorney to attend all regular $ John Sewell ajny day. Our $10 to 15.00
,1t-;-lamb. meetings the Board of Commission Mayor. of the City of Miami you
rt ."Top mart if like. It's a --.--- ------- -
may yon ; --T'----I'i'! --r------- suits are up-to-date and well tailored r
., tdoae;' I got myself at.the Elmberleyjntoe -
and worth 1,300.: The nasty in See them.
Settle mock or 'en as got It ain't worthahUJID' (i NI every respect.

s-I w rake w LIO for any of "em." tile Rand
Fort Dallas
.' ICDdoo retorted. company
{;The gambling propensities of people
yea shipboard are well known. Her
.war an opportunity for tome fun. Itwan J ...
proposed to form a pool with 1..BOOaanees .
t. at a guinea a chance, 750 to I
;'CO to tile cockney for his diamond 250 Has on ts Listslsoae !
e' l to the Hindoo for his chickens and 300
to the winner. The cockney having
a lost Us diamond agreed, but the fin R. W. EthOdsY
5 doo declared that his six chickens were ,
't: the- delight of his heart and declined. particularly ttractiye sites for
L i He finally agreed provided one little I
l i'ben' that was his second self be ex- both residence aI id business pur- .
.eepted; The cockney: declared that he '
'y'eaw that ben when the diamond was poses. An invesrm mt in Miami real Men's Outfitter
:i) taken from him to a comer of the coop
with ber bead", under her wing. Soy estate is safe; surd of qui returns .
eager were we for the sport that we
't' excepted her from the lottery Tbe II II

,$'por cockney a ben was bad not stolen sure hit whether Jewel a but cock bens 322 Twelfth Street : I : : : : Miami Flo da J.t

!r{. < to sure do that with particular the theft. ben bad' nothing JOHN B. REILL I, J. E. I 14GRAi1AM.

::> :A plan committee for the was drawing.appointed The to cockney make i Agent For Dallas Land Vlce-Pr dent Fort Dallas I -- -- i t f ,

_,wu appeased, for'be seemed to bare I ,Company Miami Florida. Land t Co., St. Augustine.7iTauth.J&C THEY OBJECT TOFEDERAL
1 an to gain; The Hindoo bad his dla- ;; COURT HERE M.
jr mood and possession was nine points J. Yarborough I

A*.et the law ,The possessor was surly, Officials of This District Say Business. ,
:'t. declaring that he had counted on these Don't Warrant Expense Contractor
' ';;particular chickens to give him a start : I and Builder'I
'% tn the land presided over by the king I I.
.lot birds. He made It a condition that According to the Times-Union the i
be J officials of the United States Court Builder of the Palm Beach dote l
tbe- chickens were not to slaugbrered ]
; o. for this district disapprove of the
tffl the eve of our arrival In New
Miami Federal Court bill on thegrounds House
7twtiiwenthat: that business will not war Moving a Special y
: war the next evening but rant ,
the expense ec. The Tlmes-Un.-
.,eoe, so we curbed our Impatience and Ion says: I Miami Florida *
agreed ',to the terms. Besides. It ref 'I"The records- in the office of the I 3H
,:-o rind some time to place aH the clerk show that but few civil ellesbU"e
}chance. 'JVnen the hour arrived fort I been brought In either of the H I. "

..;..,fcfflteg the first btrd I thought the Htn- courts which would be tried at Miami, _
'doo'would have a. fit He made as Real Estate daring tbe Miami term. And even In Dade Co. Title
fuse as if be was to lose a child. loose cases, where demurrers, etc., Insurance
e .i.cock was slaughtered his InsJdee ex- have been filed arguments would undoubtedly ,
E tUphMMt but ,no diamond. Then the be heard here as the de-
'rt other cock was tacrinced. with no bet- ninrrers and motions to be argued an d Trust Comp ry
,tar ncena.. The four bens followed Would. In the great majority of cases, 1
"' the Hindoo's lamentations Increasing n be ready for argument when the 'loP MIAMI FLORIDA INCORPORATED I.

t-*JB arithmetical progression sa each of. Special/ bargain inC Y roth Street lot near Ave Miami term was being held. Paid 575.00O.
Up Capital
[}.Us pet fell under the ax. When the j "The general rule In such matters Surplus, S 12.0OOland

;4ltmad test ben's found bead was we chopped an looked off at and each no worth $2000 sell or $1400 if taken quick 1 certainty.so unvarying The as to admiralty make this business almosta Insurej titles, prepares abstracts titles,loan( and
: invests money on its own account and for others. A '- ,In wonder. $ "I''ill undoubtedly follow the-present
attorney-in-fact, trustee executor
ckannel and be carried to Key Wteet.This agent assignee re ycetver
1?be"'jh.most cockney nave been changed mistaken front In and the said ben Fine lot on 20th Street for 1$500 would leave only the criminal : or guardian. Address all communications to

';.feat bad been left oat This started business at .the that Miami might arise term."Tbe' to be transacted S. L* Pattrsoo, Sec and Treas. Miami, Florida
i tile Hindoo a.-ila and It looked as If i
court records of the criminal 4
.t mere would be a flsht after sib Some Lot on 5th Street for $450 Business show that of the caseswhlch I
'iOf our number demanded that the ben
ould be tried at Miami practically
:: be acrtnced. while others declared that

'Y*bad fcargala not consented was a bargain.to the killing TIle Hindoo of the Ten more lots onlyRiverside }ii Bay View at $150 all Ifuor are importance, smuggling Even of and cases these illegal of two little selling classes general of Lofton & EifrngMachine

f chicken;before be bad been paid tile the number la small and few. If any
':gripe,-and the cockney bad been trMt.'ell -
la"the same businesslike fashion."Wen lots $75( to $120: easy terms c ecor rlmlnal t"Wlth. cases outside of them are on

.*:; the evening before our arrival such be Shop .
few cases to tried.
was pleasant enough as to the skies .I (jourt officials and attorneys do not ,

e-,toot stormy aboard ship. Some blamed One furnished house for $25; a month ,bjelleve this heavy expense Is Justified.( Across The River; tWill
tbe cockney' for giving'two opinion Still,' said' one official yesterday. Iftjhe
F, about the little ben but most of us | government wants us to go down
- eyed the Hindoo a sharper who there, open court and then adjourn repair engine on short notice.
Vacant house 9th your
1 on Street for $20 month.
trained the ben to pluck valuables : I II rell go. As long as our expenses ,
y and purposely kept ber out of the lot- 1 ; re paid by the government It don't Expert Gas Engine Men We carry
:,t. ,. At one time I thought be would :natter much to ns where they send

,:.haTe been mobbed One man proposed t .." dyna os, coils, plugs, batteries, wire,
lo have him up before the courts on
arrival for.swindling but,the morepeepsctabte LUISVILLE *. NASHVILLE R. R. screw switches '
element preferred to keep Wi J. Brown. 1
i"\4arLabOat\ the-'affair. 80 we.landed
t nothliig was done.i rill sell round trip tickets from all

One day soon after I was walking In I mints to Louisville and return at .
., central park and who should 1 meet I )XB FARE plus 25 cents tickets be- Loton&Eiiiig
bet the Asia tic'and than Briton dewUni '
ng on sale June 10. 11 ind 12. UmlII-
} along toptther. (There was not Sanitary returning June 23, with privilege IWrL J
flgtt.ln; either of them. Indeed they f extension of limit until July 23. by .
'l'were as friendly as two brothers.
eposltlng ticket and upon payment
"'Haw did yon get en at the chicken Plumber >f 60 cents. Stopover will be permitted 'Curry's
:Ibow-r I asked the Hindoo. ,. at Glascow Junction for partea Sons
=.( Be looked at me with affected! gar desiring to visit Mammoth Caveind
<;pdse and turned away. His companion I tide trip tickets will be sold at KQY West FloridaHEADQUARTERS ,tI
7 Cd. the same. e + Louisville to all points In the statet I
mtHA you find the diamond 1 asked ONE FARE plus 25 cents for the I FOR
.Wbat diamond asked tile Brttoa."Tne 1O19 Ave. D, Miami round triP. such tickets being on sale .
:r, one that was wallowed" Tune 15-18. IndIcation.are that several S
Ip Chandlery
;-Be 'ear. young feller rve 'eard or I special trains will be ma for Building
;'aII beaks ataertn' ftafs practiced Ubtoomm fOIt g'RST this occasion fall particulars of
.;;.tb9t town and It TOO dont I Hofehoeing which win be announced later. A Materials Of All Kinds.Coal .
i. p about your' b wtaea I'D can a pllte- l sixteen page booklet giving full partlculkrs
";men uI 'aft you banwCI4 J AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE can be secured from and Ide, Steam marine Railways. Machine Si iopaF.rvMI >

:::;:** avoid possible trouble .I went j QEO. L HERRING
"fA7. bastesL 1 l L,. P. LaFontisee 708 7th StJI I Florida Passenger Agent All kind of repairingBoiler and Steam Fitting can oc done at he
.ft. BUXTn SALCZT. i US W. Bay Street Jacksonville 11*. shortest notice, in the best possible manner by expert ski ed me.tU1QLIGHT i..
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PACE ruuitSouvenir 6f SPObNS Watches and JewelryREPAIRING. ;


To Select' in Florida at .

1- 20 cents a dozen HALER'S Wi ESTORE -.

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STATE DEPOSITORY CITY Troubles of Major Fremont Bring This

Decision About '
t prepared to execute

THE hu evidence that there in m ney 1uiide i i Plattsburg N. Y., June 8- There orders/In their
county farming Walter Waldli is trouble brewing for Major Francis
) vlje well known Orange Glad > truck !l P. Fremont of the 5th Infantry on I
.l sports on of the neatest a d moat i duty at Plattsburg Barracks but now
FIRST NATIONAL ,mm.dlua automobiles in tbl BCCtlO! on leave of absence. That omcer Is Millinery Department y'J'
d is learning to maaipulatgiccefiofulljr e it as I the son of General John C. Fremont
at he raises frill angetable& the "Pathfinder. and la well knownin I stile
MIAMI. FLORIDA '1} the army. He recently filed a petition Designers' of the latest Summer hats
in bankruptcy in New York t.
[j For sale- Seven room p asterei It'klowedglng liabilities of nearly $1%.-
house with bath on Blacayn Drive 000 to meet which he bad only $2S in .adies Tailoring Department
JVlred for lights. Lot 60sV : 100 Fift; cash as assets. The fact that an
! ( cent, balance four year Invest army officer should ask to be declared I
Capital : : : $5.000
ent" box 637.BROSSIER a bankrupt and obtain relief from his For street carriage and evening coi ''
financial obligations in that manner I waists, tailor gowns and
a Surplus and Profits $1 .500 l' msans We inwtm.fitjtiem Is altogether without precendent.
I The War Department authorities 232 Twelfth Street, Miami{ wI
much surprised that an officer
: Assets over : : $500,000 I ii Unloading Three rock Pier vessels Rock were at tnight'i. should so proceed and instructionshave
forth, to have the case
gone I ,
G Hey at one time last week clschargeg I 16" .
thoroughly Investigate.. with the
rock for use in the bull ding ul
I chance that :Major Fremont will be
e concrete pier for the F. E. C. R'y ,
E. M. BRELSFORD. President Extension.! This rock comes fron tried by court martial. His debts
EDWIN A. WADDELL. Vice-President and Is crushed In o small I cover many transactions with banks
, W. H. SPITZEB. Vlce-Pr ld0nt In all parts of the country as well
C. ROMFH. I ashier.I (articles Other vessels are now eiJpute
r I there with like cargoes; among;] as personal indebtedness for medical' Offers!
household supplies, law era
services > Special
being several large ate imshtpa services uniforms etc.

4' J. Army officers do not sympathize
kagga cottage on Menu C. fotent with any such appeal to the law asa
to November let finely furnishTatnn protection to an Individual of the
nO 'klon| avlinr..coinpound_u. .rly. and month. J. U r
P r o ?d, for 25.00 a service who owes money. The practice
Quire no notice of .withdraw 41 j Company. it by no means held with favor, andIt
part or all of your deposit j '
M J Is not understood In Washington, .
; Summer rates at the It tberfonpaMing I just how an army officer may. with

j 1 House. 2X3. Nl&tt street. I his assurance bankruptcy.of Income The case be possesses admittedinto For the week ending Ji ne 9ih 4.

Inth Artillery BandG. elements nblcjt It Is said call for
I D. Brassier, secretary) of ito I some drastic proceedings. Whatever
'I J JM board of: Trade, has received a lettei: action Is necessary' will be taken by
"SHOE YOUR HORSESHOE from the leader of the Ninth Ullery'anJ. General Grant at Governor's Island. I
White Lawn Waists. Men's Negligee I Shirts '
YOUR MAR stationed at Key West I arracks $1 25 5n
$ mating that he will attend the anal SERIES OF EXPERIMENTSOn I vorlh 1.75, at . worth 75c. at. .. ..
z any time you send them !around do -fersary celebration here July 25th .
l i t .with twenty-eight men for $125. and rVK te Lawn Waists, ';"
; f tp ,' I the Job right, with consideration I for Expenses. This band is regarded acne Human Body Will Be Made at! $2 00 Men's Negligee fl 00" '
4rW [: I your ani marl feet and your/ pocks $ of the best In the governmentiervice. Chicago wo h2.50at. . Shirts, worth I 125.aL.4rl -,.

a + -- Long experience tempts u Into I&Y- art Uantine Walking Kft t
Ing we know how to a I aatIIt1; ::1 8 Dr. Alexis Carrel $ V Men's and '* .
f 1 prace. .1 i Picture iranie made to oraor 14 Chicago June Skirts, worth6.00.at. 2.00at.&I I i( ..
3' .4 t r every horse owner who hi* an" jacket Store. and Dr. C. C. Guthrie who have for I I. Shoes worth .v$2.00 JSlaFk
1 '. $ imal in our care. I more than one year conducted a seriesof Cheviot Walking Skirts .
: ; Important experiments at the Hull
I omce.WantedClean. couoa rap i at this Physiolofrical Laboratory connected I worth 4.50 to go t3 00 Men's and Women's, ;

J. A. OANN with the University of Chicago believe at.t . .. . Shoes.Jvdrth2.50.at: 'l:
I that these experiments have demonstrated f "I"
..:..:+ 423 Eleventh Street. Miami PIa.I :)( A merry house party Is bet ig given the possibility of substituting I T
by t Misses Florence and Gladys pricellllams I veins for arteries and changing the t tI 1
home on
their handsome
\\ at whole circulation of the buman body.
loth street near the Bouleva d. Four Disease that have hitherto been Incurable -
bf their city friends. Mlssei LottieHaynard I and others that have In gen.'eral '
r I Alice Ellis Joe Clincy'and' been fatal In a large majority of Isidor Cohen & 'Co. 1
for the
their '
I jl Miss Lang lire guests cases: it Is believed may be cured'
reek) and besides all the' ou side en- by the reversal of the circulation of
loyments( possible each da other the blood. The experiments have so
friends Join them at their b me. One tar' been conducted on dogs but they IO3 TWELFIH STREET (AMI. FLORIDA'
,if the eventl'of the week I la which. lave now rached a stage where It II t
25c SaeMiami hey are to participate Is "a delight.futly safe- ,
Sale ) thought that the same tests may ,
for toby
: bay se
arranged party
Iy! be tried on human beings. The '
eight, and hlch is given llscoverers of this new method are I
r young men in their circle honorary to I ttnfident of success and believe thatt STYLIE IN PLUMBING "

rxw I charming sextette.: will revolutionize surgery. ,, means work expertly done, pipes WBX.perly :
the repaired ana recorsred." I WILL SEE INDIAN PLAY t arran ed and all parts nsaftf, ....j j|
at Racket Store : .,It and artistically finished. :: Thta ?>

nerclal Travellers of Michigan who that even a t oet can aIDe ot BeeuIIe'
Shoe Co I i Bellefonte Pa., June 8- T i I een selected as the day for the un- ere, will today attend a special performance -
veiling and dedication of th: monulDeDt. 1 of the play of "Hiawatha"rhlch 1' :L long life to the work. Were proa.I.,
; ,!I' which has been erected here I the Ojibwa Tribe of Indianss r to say that iIn e do that style pJamMaj;
'It 1
t }o the memory of the, soldiers and performing at W'a.va: ga-mug. near new and repair work. Cite u .'
t allors of Center County, and .he Cur.I his city. The Indians played that Ls trial S ,
I Un memorial statute. The atter Is, >play In the same place' last summer H. F ecnuoas k caS1I i
Which also sells other thing, his the most b Imposing monument, with She; aDd thousands of people were attracted -
tatute of Curtin In the centei and fig- to their camp by that Interesting AVENUE D _
;Urea representing war and peace on 'eatore. The play is not the only ',
each side. The dedication i eremon- ittraction of the camp. There Is al-
k Attractive 25 ct Counters you lea will take place this afternoon. 10 an Interesting collection of wild I I. I i. ,
CoL Thomas J. Stewart, of H risburg.at inlmals. an Eskimo family living In a BROTHERS:
I will deliver the dedication a hut of Imitation ice and snow, a Japinese RITTY
the soldiers' monument whit< 001.-A. tea house Inhabited by a Japmese -
ever saw for Sat. and :Mon'y {. McClure of Philadelphia 'rbo wu family, and an Indian Museum .
Uways a close, warm friend of the which contains many rare and Interesting Machine shop ,
I ate Governor Andrew G. CmjUn. will curios gathered from the varous -
t i I be the principal orator at th< UDyelt.Ine Indian tribes which at one time ;

This, 25c price wffl-not last longer than Monday, Jane 11, and of the Curtin monument nhabltej Michigan.REO Agents for the New Era Gas Engines. Oasolenf ,

cash only. Below are fisted some of the on 25c Counters ;4 L I If and kerosene engine, repairing a SPECIALTY ;"
f f

r den's' Dnu.SuutS.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. 1'( .. .. 'I.. ZSc: General) Repair Work!

t Men' Work Shirts. \. .. .. .. .1.. .. 25c:" 'R i4 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI FLORIDA

Thirty-six pain men's, overalls regular price (5c, for ZSc: .
Men's Foar-Ia-hftnd Neckties Hi lot Just received for occuion 2Sc

first QtnBty oeo's Baftrifca undershirts lon|'or short DAY
First Quality men's Drawers to match.. .. .. .1.. .. .. .. xleeresZSc' : (oiTODAY; BUT EVERY :

A beatrdfol lot of Windsor,Ties. .. .. .. .. .. .. .j. .. .. .. .. .. ZSc:

: A big lot ct men's caps.. .. .. .... ..'. .. .:.. .tis'Tb"! ; : ..; 2Sc: ro Granulated! Sugar, per pound. ... .5c1IJ4C

Hen's) and boys' Canvas, Duck Fibre and Straw White Bacon per pound. . . .

,offered in other stores u treat bargains at 'SOc, reduced| from 7 bars OCt. Soap . . . . .25c
$1.0,. Nevertteless they an on our twenty-five cent counter '
and yea can tray u many as you lib for eachleys' .! .. . .. ZSc: Fresh Efjper dozen: . . . .2fC

-.. : .. .... 25c Carries. many pasingers: climbs more hills: goes just u Choice lemons, per dozen. . . .. ..ZlcArmstrong
-, Fants ;.bS'f; ;' : ::::::::'I.:: :: fast; uses less gasoli .c and tire.; is safer ar d more easily I "
for ZSe
Four pain of our 25c men's hose controlled; just a* la carious and comfortable and costs Cot prices on aH other goto at
Four pain ot our regular 3 lor ZSc: ladle's hose fOr.. .. .: .. .. ZSc c: lest for repair than nany car that cell for double or tre-
1 Three pain of our regular 2 for 2Sc: men's sox for' ....,!I' .. ., ZSc: ble its price. :: :: nd for the REO book that tell\ why 1

Three pain of our regular 2 for ZSc: ladle's hose for.. .. .. .. .. KG: Grocery ()Gompan]

Suspenders-Three pain lor..o.... .1.. ,. .. .. .. .. .. KGKG:

Felts reduced from Sec to.. .. .... .. .. .:.. .. .. .. .. .. .. : :'
; Miami utomobile Co. I
QeansunT for white shoes sold in other stores for SOc-.I. .. KcKG: ,
.. .. .. .. .I.. .. nharn
Our entire fine of infant's soft soles per pair : 13th Street* near Postoffice Bee Dr. Bu

; Many other infants shoes and sQppers with leather soles.at.. .: KcBoys'overshirts : J

x 'undershirts at.. .. .. .. .. .. .,. .. U. .. 2Sc: _

Men's and Women's carpet slippers. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .1.j I .. .. 25c: ,I .The Miami Surgeon and Specialist :.

lot Southern Marble & Stone Co. If you are a sufferer horn any Chronic Disease! Ulcers, Tumors i icers
Really these counters hold the greatest of actual bargains '
we have ever seen offered in Miami. We aarantee,YOP will find 4 3. HOOA STREET J+fCKSONVIgEsadquartersfor or any Blood Disease, Catarrhal Diseases of Head Throat .
here just what we advertise U you come early eno Besides t Lungs Stomach or Bowels, Dnpepfoia.trdigetooD. Rectal ""
we have a great many other things at very attractive prices and we Diseases, Female Difteai ts i
1 win tie_ glad to show yon everything ::1 Building i tone, Marble, etc. Ali Latest Electrical Aids, Homeo Hiic Medicines ;

{ MOSAIC A/ND TILE WORKFOR d a large stock of Specially prepared remedies for Special work,

Miami Shoe Co. )l Siice FLOORS. B TH ROOMS. MAN FELS. ETC a
Oppo. Express
;a Mommeats Gencrcl! Cemetery Work eta Ladies Maid Alwajs ia At{\\e endance '

From 9.. to 4 San. ezceptcd'
in Building. m m.
fR Strrlcs. stairs Metropolis p. :
litre** Works DMScclk f uilitwi Loa Fcociir. Prompt ;
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; t:the Quality and -j': It Is the quality and ,

r t Price that make Everything; For The House the priceour hat make

our goods popular t. I good t popular ,


Yy+, Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Kitchen Utedsils

I of every description

FTa.D.k T. Budge ::1" I 1: 9"tp.:: Street Miami' F:1.: orida';


Y'' Office'Phono 36 H.| M ;KING 'Phone.8 BirrinI. small Schooner schooner HereA from Bimlni. D. ,

r Most Any \V. I., arrived in port this morning
, Undertaker and Embalmer13OO wltl. a large cargo of shell and other "
I? troiical curios. She also brought a '
li'A nun ber of aliens. rn
DAY AVENUE' | ;.:J ; h'(
x19 7th STREcrxonnl B -ossler want to list your property
: I!I L ti.<

Sailed for LargoThe ,.,..
large sloop Sprlngwell, which
Is apt to be one on which t cane into port a few days ago with

f $ J o'e } a umber of loggerhead turtles for
you will have to.\purchaseA t ewe marketing;:, gelled fold morning for Three i PeachesCirf

Ke) Largo, having disposed of all but
two or'three of the "critters." Peach ,
Miss Margaret Peale left last-nig* I| Get Bluerfelbbon Lemon or Vanilla PeacH Mellow '
for Atlanta, Ga ; and yoU111(know why they have soI Dollar and a half book containing J. drink ill "r
I Did ant
full description San Francisco earthquake y
many frlen,
I Gocsf&tto that thrtrtpot
Mr. W. Emily Walton returned lasi and fire. Katie Soules, Cocoanut aaJ makes yps a*cool DO YOU KNOW 4

I WEDDING'GlfT night from a day up the road on bus The friends of )Mrs. Cella R. Phelps i Grove FlLBut' aauiiccdicitcambcz. You

mesa matters. I will regret'to know that she Is again'' One Drunk ant Mtjtaoagh' ,aM yOII That there are a great many mei f
Very ill. Mjs. Phelps was taken ill i too macs.iS I
r.- j But one prisoner, a common drunk caa't0RDd" who Judge other by th bunt of dart >
Mr. ant Mrs Arthur Saunders an< suddenly soineithree I weeks ago, but i CAI& noel ,!
I appeared for trial in the municipal
Grove I improving! until yesterday when they amour
little Gertrude, of Cocoanut was
I I court this morning. A negro, chargedwit !
leave soon for a visit to old scenes it she took a 'elapse. I
]> stealing a hat from another negro t
North Carolina. I .' -- I{ was ordered turned over to the ITS A FACT
Those desiring carriage hire will cou ity authorities >BB
1 Woodmlll for sale good profits an I receive prompt and firstclass serviceby Works
::1 t small Investment. J. H. Tatum applyingto, Mrs Arnold 303 lltaStreet. Blooms AcmcBc.ttl ng. Oar Norm Marlines} Brand ''a1 I
and board at reasonable prices
"-; Well .be ready for you when. Co. 'Phone, 150.Among' it 321 Tenth street. Sixth Strsst. Wst .f th* IM FMtsry cents it equal IB tragraae! and aroma ,

ij to the regular 15 cent Haras* Ctfax
the day comes with, the right M. children .
Mt E. Roe. and nurse tie i
parties leaving for a I Our customers an claim them thubestysC
leave for three months pleasure BROMlER, means REAL ESTATE: a
tonight a
::: .Goods at the RIGHT PRICESYNARD&SON summers outing, 3r visit 1* one com-I
In various Florida and Georgia s
trip posed of Mr*. John Seybold and I
cities. __. I A. LaSallejIjwho go to Michigan, and Dr. Stanton Improving r / 6 -
Rev. W. E. of the
Mrs. Ed. Thompson who will spend Stanton 'pastor
Comfortable cottage, very best loa some time !Jin Cincinnati O. I'Fir t Baptist church, is having a very MOSQUITOES HAYES
tlon for rent at low price.. Furnisher | pal ful illness with a carbuncle on
try >' or unfurnished. Call 'at 233 11th St his neck. This Is the thlrJ week ..,
; \ Ten cent*, a copy win be paid fo j
since It appeared but Improvement
: an
copies of the Miami'Dally Metropolisof The Ciga Mana
1# Mrs. Anna K. Howard left last nlgbJ April 3. ;.ben delivered to the Metropolis is ow noticeable and he expects:: to AT ALL DRUGGISTS "
B ;' 'VELERS ai* OPTICIANS to visit her daughter Mrs. Newport office. be >ut again at an'early-date.
at Lady Lake. Fla. She will also I OPPOSITE. HOTEL BJSCAYNEJ.
.;: -
,. 4.> sstefflc HlsmLPIsrsla to other points before returning.TOanteJ : 1 I Mr. ByroII i Lasseter who has found I T ranted- Clean.cotton rags at this ,

Danla to be' one of the most alluring omr .
To borrow. $600 on lam spots on the"map, will Mr. B. Hawkl e. B.1. LaeMir J. BVlJ ummus
% :, I. C. McAlII ster-Deck worth $2,000. Land care Metropolis Burke Hawkins who goes to Georgia BROSSIER I will collect yew rents. i

tonight as'iar as that city. He will Th Miami Grocery Cp.
""' Miss Willie Collier returned horn return on die 10:SO.Fnrnisheji Needing Repair
.3 last night from Thomasville. .Ga. i The; large chisel dredge of -the P.
RK I Estate Sanford Ross Co.. which has been *
where she has been attending colt room at summer price a Groceries
i lege. 313 11th street work in the channel on the opposite Staple and racy ,
1' lid<> of the bay. was towed to the terminal RUITSand VEGETABLES:
R*f1t afV:, 'Insurance REAL! ESTATE. MRS. McALUS- dock this morning by the tug k
The Sunday School ,
of the First M.
TER-BECK. j E. church Swill hold Its "Children's Bnis tar, undergo. some needed re Our stock of groceries is complete and we think we a n supply

J Day" exercise on next Sunday night pairs about everything required in the baking line. Our aim is to keep
i 'Ofr Haldiett BUg. Capt. ,M. T. Reybold. formerly at the churth. The committee have only the bast class of groceries and our prices on them will be t
this dty. but now of West'Palm Beach) worked forJeveral:, week on the program BROSSIER, means REAL ESTATE. found to be rifht. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the

Suite No. 2. 320 1-2. 12th St. I* In the city today greeting friend) and it t will be a fine leleetion. cit,. Our fruit and vegetable stock always iresh. Give!ns a call
and transacting businessIROIIER care, registered for summer
carried out|by the publls.BROMlER you
a ti term :at :Miami Conservatory of Telephone20 335 Twelfth Street Miami.londaI.
will collect your route mean sees rnvsea' Music?

Miss. Lennie Seale wjll be vlslte< Miss Anile Davis who has been' Bought Sloop SmackMr. fI
next week by two cousins Miss Bessi I
H. Dale Miller has returned
head milliner for the Burdine te. Qnarterman =---'-- ------- --
JH[(MAGI Russell Ala. and Miss
IS May millinery establishment the home from Key West bringing here a
lens Seale. of St Augustine.- .The; last year leave tomorrow for a rest splendid'' sloop fishing smack whichhe r- f

d will arrive onMonday.Typewriting, and'visit itt the Carolina, anj laterIn urehased at that' place. The vessel
Baltimore e. Md., ),flu' Davis U a Is one of the largest and best of
done at the UetropoU charming young and her the kind in these waters and will be
woman return
t Galvanized Wash office at reasonable rates will b4 looked forward to by all .used by him In his fishing business>V JUST READ! 'r

1 .who knowJt! >er. ch is rapidly increasing anj makwb -
Mrs. B. F. Lasseter. and her tw In more boat necessary.

\ Tubs Sac to 80c daughters Miss 'Ruby Lasseter, ani. Anythlng; on want done sidewalk.
Miss Gladys, leave the first of next SEE MRS. MCALLISTER-BECK '
sewerage. Jindscape road
r.; week for number of weeks'visit in : ABOUT REAL ESTATE: I
"t" built lanc1i'deaned. See Fred Ratter, I
0: Tampa and other points Miami a I ti
.roaster wants to list ystv srspsrty
S Our galvanized and kitchen 'W'.anted-Foremu. 'for orange grov< Cards arji out announcing the approaching I and if you don't find what
Apply In person at the grove. M. 8. Line S. S. Co. New York.Boston .
taarriage of Mr. Hugh Har- Mallory
wares are the best and we Burbank Orange Glade Section. Philadelphia E. A. Perry ybu
alson Gordon to Mill Nanette Hodgson > want tell us of your requirements
ticket 311 12th street
at the bride-elect's home at Athens agent. Miami
fff" "sell the best for the Mrs. Jack Douglas and her moth Ga., on the list inst Mr. Gordon Fls. r.

Mrs Jennings art among those to Is son of Major Hugh Gordon, of Biscayne and we can come
: least money. vacate the city for pleasure trips grandson; of the late Gen. There, are many peopr. wno can
this season and will leave soon fojr John B. Gordon, and Is well known In teal human nature In the lines of the

'" Atlanta GLGROVES. Dade county. His Miami .friends bai d. They tell to their own satisfaction pretty near supplying then

_W8 SELL 'EVERt"THINo- Join In the;general hearty wishes! for what kind of a person carries.
1)"(:_ D SELL IT CHE.AP COTTAGES' ETC. MR! their happiness, and bounteous prosperity th hand. There are others who can
McALLISTERBECK.Judge :: throughout the life-long jonI'nel. tel a man by the wr be holds his '
-W. H. ,Chaile & Son 1. head. There are others who can ten I
., and Mrs. W.Stuart Hill leav > by the penmanship what kind of a
on Tuesday for South Carolina tb 1 he I.. and In each there
: < Is
'1211 AvsmM O. Miami, Fla. Boat W&iltecSIf YOU have an our person cast No. 15! '. Three lot on Are, D at $500 each term halt cashlNo.1 *
judge to return shortly.and Mrs much truth.
i S sad 10,Cent Annex at.U1S L... XX to visit in the north through the ho : tallary schooner or launch for sale Did yon ever atop to think that you
send detailed description and price, w Two lots on Avenue D and Sooth 'Waiunimproved ce street<
'"'I- months can tell a firm by Its advertising?
to the Metropolis once Miami, Fl*. price $800 each or both for$1500.
Study the ads In this paper and yon
t'G' For Bale Wen established me -- -- --- 11'11';'I be surprised how true to life they I
M. VINCENT cantils business paying $%00 a mont i Mrs.rf.H. Bradwell are This Is a better test of our the No. 151. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $ 000 cash,

gross profits for about $1300 on east orb than thing else. You know .balance in lone rear. There i*a little house on this place which

Jl Physician and Surgeon terms. J. H. Tatum Co. .it 923 Avenue DUp. tbmerchants and. Ton can judge how pays $180 per annum. Property will make a good business site
f female Diseases a Specialtyt Mrs., F. w. Hahn and danghtei ,I firms who have been ba No. 155. We can recommend this as a food investment On .1,
: i To.Date Millinery
t ._ Miss \Wlle. will be among tonight p. business a long time and hare a fair
this there six houses in condition, the
: *PhOM IM Omc.1'ao.e 137 C out-going Mlamlans. They will visit I business at a good profit They are property are food yearly
='. Residence214, 14th SL at Greenville and Hendersonvflle,. Dry Gods, Fancy Notions satisfied to let thing take their COOTS rental amounts to $720and the price is only $4750, with $1200

?'_Office: room 4, 6, 8, Hatchett Bid*. S. C. I IBrossisr i Fashionable Dressmaking Their a.! tells that they can be found cash and Balance in annual payment of$500. ,
Gill and at the same old place and their good
MM* t. PS yew prepe4 Inspect I are the same as usual so there Is BOose No. 156. One good two story house facing the bay and 3

---., to change the reading hence their valuable lots I for $3200, terms $700 cash and balance to puit.
be San Francisco I I ad stands the same all the year, and

; year' after'rear. No.three 158. Three four room, two story cottages. prce for the, ,
{hen are other firms who make
'-"i''. I $3obo. Will cell We liberal
sensational runs of price below the separately. can give Wry

)" Earthquake cost price and when yon read It you terms on these. Ask tor them.

d'4; Baains look at ones for the hook for yon knowIt
Grocery 1* a halt because no man can leD No. 15 )- A new two story residence facing the"bar, ju"t

5 and l Fire Horror 95c goods below other cost unless he makes ft outside the city on the Biscayne Drive. Price$2500 i ith terms
up some
way. sand
of $600 dojvn, bal. $300 per annum. It von.want some Jiing new
\' There; Is the firm with the catch
{ attractive, this is the place to buy. r
:; E6ad, lenience "We want your money
;... .Iii aw. L ltanbIndOPII. Bott.er tlte b creamery at t 27c That was a fool thing to advertise and

4 The biggest, best .most completes"book the vay it was ran showed the firm

',," on the subject published. 64 Octagon 7 cakes$ for 25c waii was new run In until the everybody advertising was field.tired It
? full page Ills from photographs. Vlrf Soap, ; !
r I
14 and authentic account of fee tern f an4 papers did not want to print

j-,,Ible the calamity Golden that Gate.befell Includes the city report or New patatoes,'per pec :!: : 45c change ray longer.of front Then and that advertised firm made that t ,Si
they would fill any order made to the
eye-wltnesse F.G.BrossierdSonRe
and description by
t-;' .those who worked to relieve thessffering Old 1 cat tlongne house for 5 cents less than i
"and .
i Also contain account of potatoes( g odqual'ypL35ceery It could be delivered from Chicago.Ev .:
rybody said it could not be done
eruption of Mi. Vesuvius as I
recent 1m'' but the firm made good their promise
well of other notable disasters. A
as and that 1 always the test of value of
;x1; -great book of 464 pp.. 9 1.% by 6 3.4 ; .
aJi ertflln Their ads have been of
:"fcetvy cloth'binding', decorated cover the|kind that It takes very little effort I al Estate and Rental Agents
,fin, cOtore.tDb. Gro ,
Magnolia Company.Phone for the mind of the observant Intelll-
geit reader and buyer to see that
3 they are up to date and leading In
Avenue their lln-. 1200} Avenue D Miami Florida

; SMITHS. I 84. Corner ,1 D]and 4th Street I {MIAMI HARDWARE want : COMPANY."We .

your money.
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IDixey ,on I :; \ WAS ARAPAHOE:I }


flieprofessiogsr. Skirskiis
.y. EnglisAciors?
.4 i I [on.maL1'vjDn

morning a tall slender boy apparently
about sixteen and la uniform

walked Into our newspaper \office(|lit I f r
' Puttaiaox Er-w 1 1 1 ,ip. Lbarenworth, KaiL, and Inserted the

AT L4Wt ; I following advertisement: I'
/i ATTORNEYS Information Wanted-Concerningparentage mr i ift j

'M8lalJaoWU..for WIItpraoY..taweoara.eiaNaalFSdSf,".'.'"r'teeIbII! Says Americans, I Praise being in a; big bar DOOM faint on remembrance a hill with a.. Skirt Jt

.... 7uw, tended view, and a lady who I nppoM Grand Sale
O.BOXW. Miami. FU. Them Without Qxercis- I was my mother; next I remember nr Ue e
with the Arapaho Indian; a equal
"A took care of m.; bar husband was a whltmkn.
1L" BEYKoua |H. F. ATCINSOM ing Judgment C I though he war seldom with her. |Atone
time when he bad bm long abent
Seymour & Atkinson Butler Can Makl a Hiton ..he gav me a locket attached to a sold ,Iel
I all1. On one side U the picture of : Y
Attorneys and the Stage He if He tan. on th* other that of a woman both" ', t r
evidently refined persona Letter "N.f. ,
Counselors At Law.ciartiu..to.tocivil She also some bit | W..M4Burd-ihe
o pr.ctk.laallco.na, Is English I ota child' clothing cautioning. not' to ; d !
tall liar husband when be returned. 'He j
r Federal
j aM came back luddenly. and there wa (Teat! {
TMs Room; 6,7. Fri* ell Bid;.,Miami By HENRY E. DUUY.Etar commotion. Tb* soldiers followed very
"The Van Box. '
In on Uwj
soon after; there was a fight; the Indiana
"Wly U it that Americansjdon't pub ware, routed; the squaw man was takea*
rR Worley'Attorney their,own acton to the tore ja* the pens and hanged to a trwe. The officer In command
G. A. of the troop .win* I waa a whit* '
pie of other countries dot ,The 13"I1dlI I bay, took me to Fort Leavenworth. where One lot white and polka dot duck .
cate manager bring over a ot of these I I'became a drummer. I must have been 1 I.98' Don't Miss this Sale of 4 *
at Law British butlers and barmall and the taken from ny parent twelve yean ago.When skirts, worth 2.50, now. .

310J, TwelfthJSt, Miami, Florida people flock to lee them. objectto OBe who I wa can about at theee four facta year to an old.ociurreace Any- lot white circular flounce
an actor or a company IiOl1.t to us will oblige lOne I 1.98 I
from Ch1Da or Zanzibar are .uuP HOE JOUNNT. 2.50 value now. . . .
Geo. M. Robbins good but to bring them Mere I when :f.!The boy furnished an order drawn bltie '
TttusvlII.Fla. they are not good and to set them cp colonel commanding at Fort L aven One lot brown and linen skirts tuck' ITIOSIjF'i

jf Attorney: and CounselorAt upon pedestals In our theater Is simply worth to insert any advertisement and panel effects, nine gored f I '
becauae they are foreign an injustice to the colonel 98
be desired to be charged !
'Law to actors and i i public 4llke that I the boy was no handsome, so manlylad 250 value, now. . . .

-+ Win practice iQ ComrU, stets sad Fedal cannot nnderstandJ"Why I Intelligent that I became later-
M Is It why U It tha the pubUc ted so In hill cue at once. I woo I hisconfidence One lot pleated circular flounce 2 48 I.
tolerate It? bit because we were an and be confided to me (hat \\beautlfully\ made, $3.00. now. "
Hudson & Boggs orlftnally peasants and ate born to be had conceived a boy's love One lot plain black s talnless' .25c '

took up to people that we don't, know little daughter of one of the cap the One lot plain crown linen skirts l. 1.25 1 worth 12 l-2c.now3'c r. for :.

Attorney at Law or understand or what 1s managers It? at the fort; hence his desire to learn of 1.75. now . . . '
,a These syndicate are The girl be told me.fifteen. iris One I lot bl
bis> Identity.; plain, ac
1e- Townley Building, Miami; Florida enough to make the god4 weep. A I wrote an article about the One\\ lot misses' white linen finis and P. less 15c value now.L..1 19 G
British butler watts Into j|their presence birth ud
tells them how his tatter's mend tnystery attending far and the wlda boys. K\\ skirts, 1 75 and 2.50, nON.f. hose I ,.
1 98
It WH copied I.
.p. T. &GGL X. D., Sir Charles Somebody, has often spoken 'g'Letters came dram all over the conn- $125:. and. . . ? One lot plain black staln18G 1

Otto Wtti...On**nmwr. of their wonderful exploit!! with great try giving an sorts of disappearances less 25c value now. .1' .
***ueae.uu Mnt admiration: assures them that they are and suggestions for clews but none of Our entire line of all wool. Including :yoils .

oorntA" 0 the mot marvelous manager- the them fitted Into the circumstances! attending mohairs. English serge ands) novelty One lot lace hose In black. white '
1(1 A rumnu. world ha eyes known begs-their pardon the boy's life and memory 9flr
half a clOUD times; and Is hired on finally one morning a man suitings. at a discount of 25 per cent. and tan, 35c value now. . .

Dr. James M. Jackson..Jr. the"The spot English actor alway II| corner ,to the my father office of and the said boy @1:1n. One lot fine lisle double heel and toe in '

wed stocked with dothII.1) Be can fit ,if/ertlsed. I suspected him : Sale of Fine LacesWe blackv white and tan 50 cent it4
Office Corner, 12tfc Stand Aw.B himself out for f 100 in London with a first He did not reeembto the picture I I 00
wardrobe that would coat a New Tort I valae,3for. .
Opposite HakyuRalHoQr ipf the man In the locket and be cold have'added sate '
actor $500. 80 be atwaysiloks| ercek, proof whatever of his claim. to our I lace of I last a-
generally knprenire maaa.to our.shal.. advised him to go back to Baltimore 6 1-2 \ nowA i i. lisle value 75c now i .,100 .
low. egotistical syndicate .}Wbere be said be cam from. J 1"
W. 3, RUSH. "The foreigners 'are different They .I Instead of doing so be remained tahe line of "al laces worth 3c to 5c per One lot brilliant lisle lace, hose.
la their for fi8G
art something new
Offlo.'OT-ltth stases,'Phoos is. Anglomania I think- ,:|came town Into several the office days with and a gentleman on {;day yard now 15c and 25c per doz. yards black, white, value TOO. now. .

BsUraM.M tth S" "They are different beaTen ,Who produced evidence that be represented -
.. riIA1II,1rL The riffraff we are getting here from one of the most respectable! law
England 1* u different from the high John-
firms In I'b11Idelpbla.n.paboe

J. ". f. Mullett M. D. claw wooden"We American hare cigar the store acton best Indian theatrical and*!actresses would talent be.as fay attorney doted met other him looked In picture our at office the of locket and the man wben be''pro-and the W. M.' Burdine! 316 and 318 12th SI.I .

In the world: rt Mhere| ta America and woman whose likenesses were Id the ,
8 and 4 '
Office: Boom
sae. i 1 1to
FriMcll Building I .l. I "My boy" be said "yon are Norman
Bonn 10 a. m. to IS m. I to I p.a.Kestdeooa 'Tanning, son Norman Fanning and

Ul, 10th itreet. NEouallnd Bernard, his wife. Ton come I
'?of an old and wealthy family of ITilla- I /
FRED RUTTER delphla. There was a 'black sheep' In Martfs Oyster Chop House,
/ your father's family-Maurice Fanning,

General Contractor 'hi* younger brother-who wu (disinherited Sea Food Our Specialty .4
Grading. /h ,fa by his father. I have no C oubt
Blasting,. that yon being the only person except J Oyster by plate quart or j gallon. s
Was Drilled. Sidewalk :your father. who wa In bad health.
T / ['between Maurice and the estate, he M 1* served at all hour 41012th'Street' Miami Florid t

F .kidnaped yon, brought yon to the west M lr,
W. C. Maynard, Y [and put yon In charge of his sqna r. A Investigate
ORADUATEJ3PTIC1AN [man answering his description was Before f.irtvestbig/
\r banged when yon were taken by the
With.May nard Son,J.w.l.r.syn. .
;soldiers. lie bad committed *o many
..D :Nut lo Poet OOca f[crimes that It U a wander be didn't Wind Power )
kill you. This! man who claimed to: be
GEO. MCDONALD JOUr father was In some way ta I Ague Ha been adopted by the beat people of j the country a* the
with Maurice Fanning or cognizant of cheapest power for raisin[ water. Note the people Who have -
C11D I.D&I1let i | his doings we don't know which) ] and.here. them, they could have steam, gas and hot air too if they wanted -, 3'
T'TT f 4 mill made and make'a this
advertisement came it I handle the beat specialty ot
.Ia'1 l' ad BibdlrldlafLaad* a epecUltrOROVX. seeing four t
business and with mechanism that I hare been
just .
under his control my pump .
ClO.1; ;T FLA., to get you Flfidtag
that Impossible be wrote me that head granted a patent on. I will guarantee to double the capacity,

irALTEfc' .:. D EbAl)1OAroJ1.1teo't. found you and L as executor of value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any]i infringement will
your estate bare agreed to pa* him prosecuted.

r i $10,000 for his Information, If correct j f ;
Y 1 1PIDtIT You are heir to a fine estate left you by '
L DJDL t. 'OU1ha1l claim It H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florida :
)roar father provided) c;, ,
1210 ATC. C Miami. Fla w* 'don't seem to know, It We bui before you come of age If you bad not I t "

-. .-.....- every Britisher that coma to America;', appeared by that. time It was to 10 to ', -; ,.
but the British dont return the compliment
-S; The Chapman houseS I attended Gillette's first per;. charity."You; had better apply for dir time. drop ta and tate a tok it I '

fonnance of 'Sherlock Holmes In London : charge at once for It will require sometime our flu. Mae ot Woolaov Domt target Contractors Property Ownei
.W. CHAPMAN Prop. and be was booted!off the stage;' i ;
Rats H.M per 4.,. BpBC1a1" UM way to get one and I need your] prw- ta* pi....
Ceeet are award Ik*comlonm of a hoeu. Located They booted Nat Goodwin when bf ace In Philadelphia. Besides, It la ;.\
of Pal. Buck o*tkt that their'' JOHN SIWIU. IKOHeaJquartera
17 Uee oath first appeared there. Sot beginning
', tile piaeapaUBelde high time yon were JOVeducatlOD. If don't want to SAVE MONEYf
-* pat Cut Cout Cual.amoof below the mark-?, you
tad ...of Smtkera Plonda. performances were ." tor smart Taflor'icSM I 1
Good bmetUc.a.blag a>d Oceaa balhlaf.Delray. on the contrary.!they were excellent-**, I attended dress parade that afternoon we can't help you. If you do, come to
Florida but the English are loyal to their owe at the fort and saw Arapahoe T'.tlthattest. Btacaym Bloat _' _
... actors, and they are prejudiced agatnsjj', Johnny' marching about beating his ---- ----. -- -- --"
a foreigner on general j principles. A drum as usual. Bis case bad attracted : The T. A. McDonald' Goand #
A. W. Graham BurkhartLOCK <:
foreigner must always 'make good before a t good deal of attention from the first _
Builder be Is taken up. g and that It was known that the
Contractor and ( now materiel ,
Satisfaction "That spirit should prevail in Amerjl young drummer was belr to several,' AND GUNSMITH bay your building Loug Leaf }
ca. Demand the,best no matter whets* millions the whole garrison was'[out to
Guaranteed. er It Is American or English or French took at him. The colonel had ; 'Let.4 trre.o. rwork ..4 UT yoa momey. or Hawaiian! but don't turn the cold to detail him for his orderly be I Ml AM
lams C
son. c.II..4 Kefereecee MC yo P..d.O.box Seed"..pc MlmmLIT>IIt.1u4 I shoulder on th*' American actor until could be put through the forma tJ of 1113 AVENUE also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, Sash Doon -.,

::0' you know you're got something bet a discharge, but the boy'preferred to I Mouldings, and whatever else a builder requires '

Expert Typewriter ter." j;I H remain interested with the to band.discover I was his prtnctsweet-- You Will findhat at lowest possible figure. ,

.ill.... At. ..... H pally
the tTnirerstty ot heart especially as an omeerup.- Know where I4th treet. Miami. Florida |
Repairing The bright star of ter she had no business to have anything ou we are .
track team to be Burroughs
Illinois promise with drummer.I ,
to do a -
{ V. c. PRESTON the big sophomore football soon picked out a girl who seemed 10.
t player, who Is showing wonderfullywell keslde herself with escltement. and
3049th St P. O. Box 311

* -- events.In the.Burroughs hammer, ,was discus practically and shot* as while Arapahoe the command Johnny stood marched at )-eat.by I & Chase & gars

Emil A. Ehmann when green Gill ntan took at all him these In"hand.performance Now C he* I caught She was the a telltale little beauty blush, on u ber lithe cheek.u a Johnson Tompkins Chase & Co1 y .

II throwing the hammer 145 to 147 feet '
Architect young willow, and It was .1 sa .
occasionally, by far the best that any that the only being for ber onto doran lOc SUCCESSORS TO !
Palm' Florida Illinois varsity hammer thrower hMs the boy who beat one of the snaredrama. 5 and
West Beaoh Fire
been able to accomplish. With tie |I'Young CHASE & BARNEY Inc.
disen !If' Is somewhat ancertaln. bet Norma-Tanning u soon aa I
Merritt&KolbReal has thrown It 128 feet' discharged went t"Pnnadetphla;where I FRUIT AND Accident .
May. the freshman j sprinter, grres attended school; and by the time he Variety StoreNo. VEGETABLEPACKERS arna

Estate: Rentals eta more promise than any man tilings ran eighteen was ready for WestPoint 'i
has had for the dashes sine the d " Estates Maaagrf of iUe" BelL {May Is rvnntilgA.rlea by an the Influence of the colonel 1017 Avenue O, ........ Fla.Sort Tornado
k Are. C,'near 12th St. Miami. Fla ytggs who bad helped him to advertise for Cash Dealers la

I his Identity. He came Into bliI estate Insurance
DR. E. M. LAW who the Merchants' I when be wu twenty-one and a ya NlppleaA Crate ; .
American Lad won .
I later after being graduated married cure may be affected by applying I
plate at Johannesburg. SoUth bis tore who bad been woo wileD hen Chamberlain's Salve aa soon aa the Material
4R DENTIST Africa la by Americas the great I .J flourishing drumsticks at rata child Is done nursing. Wipe It off FIDELITY BONDSOLDEST r
printer that Richard Croker of New cloth before allowing the I
ftll1l'Orth. Tbe only mytttry left1ID&Oh'ed with a soft
vc, Finley Bu.'ding Tork took to England: American lied; Is bow a captain's dangttr1n child to nurse. Many trained nnnei o
-Artistic- Work ThorouchlyExecuted waa brad la Berkshire England, and Hto I a drummer boy managed ts mob use this salve with the beat reralta. ?End JLmlWBlierr, : Dock. AGHCIIN MIAMItJ'
the ..... In South
of '
tfeos 2S cents box. Bold by Bla-
:: ave. But life Is fall of ajelse. *- Price per
With the Melt ........ ApPi1IaSSSwr Abies this rDMOND OOKPTOK.: CIne Drug Co. and an druggist, ,

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in Full | Blast BUT HEROIC EFFORTS -a probably becoming of movement.that coat twr flit COMPANY. 4


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'The Big Factory and Metropolis Key West. MedicineIn .

Desp te the fact nttt I
been Known to swim in the medicine, be carefulIn

occurr off the d South from the Beach flsh until no II what you .btfy and

party at young ladles were where you buy I I. It Is
Mill Sale at the
dip, wpc-n two sharks about:
10( feet long respectively, not only important that

rapidly approaching the r 1 1 } the best
Fortunately Mr. James 1 t you get values -

bathing' at the time and he i but also that I you :
to the ladles to swim for I
T the did all In his power to get goods that give you
: ; -I aharkal' at bay. By results
Goods splashing the water he satisfactory ;we
Store frighten; them until the have a reputation for -

; Empire Dry zed safe.[ from I They tear, however and were I 1 1I furnishing satisfactory; '4

when tjhey reached tbe steps and Reliable Goods.
to be [carried bodily onto the 1I
The"shark were probably t
.1 by the refuse from the v
32717veIflhSireeDon't which jls situated about a mile .
1 I on the beach. The "
>_ 11' bathing at this beach are TINE CANDIES
for the bathers against these I
ots flsh. When some one AND CIGARS.

; fail to attend and tell tour Mends i ofAmerica's too,maimed late.Thal! entertainment.for life or killed.given at It >d a.CWKATXa.waist"Why called all that the I t

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by :oe physical culture a shirt waist Ob
In every particular a grand a shirt Just like a Tel. 3, Cor. 12 Std Ave. D
: Givers in the! afternoon the and quite 4G.
Greatest Bargain : class gave a Mother Goose It goes oa r
I member representing a I ] It fasten In float t
Hotter Goose, and each did his and buttons, slltted DYKES
I part filth an unconscious grace I an absurd patch. M.
captivated: the audience. | left aide. Thar a* .
Refreshments were served mannish affair for 334 Tenth Street
lawn and. candy and fancy to the eloow I, I
booth*, we're placed under the onry An Uada Rladtia.tasi9 end Repair
; folda. bat are cut
Empire Goods Store During' the evening number a Joll finished with a wide I Wara. Wagoaa B2l to Order
Dry led I1) guessing the The collar I I. low I
In a pin cushion. .Mrs. only when confined HORSESHOEING* A Sped**
won :the ;doll ilr. A M. Windsor tie. I
I tool cbeaLWhUe
won be boys --
lingerie towns that
p c sj. the wreck
,' < tai, Bocher, of the tug Child, prtuceM gown I* ac
6., ,
bat for the tennis LciMomliWonderfufHeafer
:?I Into n open hatchway and
!: well. made aa they
\ verelyj I bruised. He was
I crisp linen, of ging
hom and a physician .
njurMr es are j not serious.LEMON crashes. and hand

Hearers I -\I CITY ITEMS heavy fashioned enough Into to -=CURSh;

Oil suit.
f :" Matting Th rteen car of natrated Is a new af- Inflamation. Cat. Braises, Burnt
beenthis shipped from this place &' I* very Chapped Skin, Rour1 peas. Blackheads -
season. # effect. It 1* knitted Pimples and Eczema. Keeps-
small needle and Complexion soft smooth and fresh
.:anj Mrs. J. Irving ; on
gran daughter Katherine I with yoke, belt and Price 25c
i and Furn.itlireJ hue gone to New York State nc color. I
It r atlves during the Sold by Biscayne Drug'Companj-
all.'] .. !. hatteaerF.
l! tF The I ladies of the Lemon- is to pat within the
'\ Will be Sold at Reduced -Prices, ] for irty days bran will hold a tea and colored one. We are Now Ready to hurnlsh"
cream and cake, Tuesday I'r] of red or a soft
June 12th. from 2 to 6 o'clock blue or of violet
library building. ft pa the paper Just Tribune, Snell

J. W. Watson : : Avenue D I ntomoblle them cool I I refreshment parties and will others the,usually color u strong Inside do. colors with- and other!

I about the paper It- ,
.. LEAGUE AMERICAN the envelope which makes of
m --- -
a 1 I opaque and theM
I I pUab the purpose t
'. Buffalo. N. Y. June 8- The
Mi1-t annual convention of the thine about some of
Miami Business Directory *, Line lean Sportmen opened the Inner envelope a
day at the Iroquois Hotel place, while others
last fro days. About fifty de up with the out-
representing sportsmen's showing like a
I In various parts of the edge lap. A little r.,
.:Th-Out of Town Buyr.and thou. wlthrn the city will find 'In the T. A Feaster 'Prop. In attendance. Mr. G. 0. ; corner: -an exten
r!, list-below- the addrs** of Miami Merchant underclassified of low York Is president color u the 11nJDa-
heads for ready ref.r.nce.
League and will preside at .
of tearing the en
Miami: West Palm .Beach f
Ing*} .
1: )
ti B. &.. BRADY, A.CO.' .. B. CRBVBN: vide The: protection' object of the for league game. Is are smaller the The bicycles arid other

r ,IYutt aad Peg tnbleo Dealer la Drug. Patent Itofi- j jrJ'N : Floridaan'Western the Questions to be discussed 111 bigger of all' round being than a goods are the best stan-

Btn t..: Oor. AT IX 'Miami Jla.iTaacy etas*. _ToOet Artlclss.. BudoaU07 .> the the prohibition>matter of of having spring 5 Is-with the initials dard goods on thq market f
Aaa O.MRS..' IDud. snort broad letters,:
sale of
,- Groosra. lay ant also to prohibit the there are only two Hartford end oilier Tires .
the An
throughout year.
;h .and Mapea" 'rertflUerX L C. KICK will leo be made to Induce the ( both of them Coaster Brakes fitted.to old
Baal Batata: shorten their touch the circle on I
eats ern States to
'(- B..LUMUUS .' hlte S. 4. 8 aad IWO sons. for game, and to have a f I wheels All work guaranteed

:tt',D .rer ta Groosrtea., Grata 1-1 Twelfth street. 1OaaI. Jtg law The which local will members protect of game.the at.a.. .. Best new wheels for rent .

v Hay ,aad ItrtfflMra. WILSON 4 HUDDLBSTON !, have made elaborate glasses In cold water 231 12th Street. Slue! Front at
Mail orders receive prompt ; them In warm pre
-' the entertainment of the
StrMC Miami. IU. Baal .Xatat*.tad lannaaat .1 smeared.
.1m attention
|| entertain
... spormen and will
4 >0 M Twelfth target Miami. rIt at not fruit Into a glass I
1317.1319 Avenue D this evening at a banquet cloth. Carroll & Clark
on a wet
all local
Hotel which
$ Miami Florida
\. A J. CAMPBELL | Phone 28 I men!have been Invited.Postmaster 7 chance of the dish I
1- ',Dealer ta GroceriM, Bay sat Dealer b Dry Qooda 'data1 I | k
., flngef In a door or
Grata.: I
; tac.,; Gentr 1urtfAlzge.ooh. i Robbed
i not
t once in water u
ova D sad'CtIt St. Miami. Ha. 111 Avcaac I>- aOamL IUE. G. W. Font, postmaster at Change the water u
I ton la, nearly lost his life the finger In for Gl-
'' TO Loans robbed of all comfort I
: Monty I letter which of
A., 'Robinson his tan and butter fresh and
,, eve my finger nail turned ; a cool place with a <
H whe I! my doctor prescribed wrung oat of cold .,
BlttTs; which cured me will be .
Electricianel. I boors after It !
lContracting kep me well for eleven ) cut i
for biliousness, neuralgia -,
Short lime of the celery plant
; or Long
216. 1019.Ave. D, Miami Florida and neu bladder aDd all derangement stomach, liver and mix tbe powder
much salt Keep In
derful tonic. At all drug
Easy Pa>ments This Is delicious

r : NOTICE FOR BIDS bashes etc. Merritt & Kolb
: Sealed bid win be received .. B.eaa iw \
Miami Transfer paving of 7th street from } from which
Dade Co. Security Go."Wire side of Avenue D. to the suffer' will be PMt
the Board of Public Work many case entirely I
next regular meeting to be the waist of the
the City Council room
Company J1 hair high op on the RIAL BSTATBBAROAINS
1904,8p.m. ]! and while leaning
"WJork to be done according soaked
22912th street. Phone No.;157 and 1121 Arcane D. P>boaa 110 for Me and specification prepared It a can: sponge be bone oa FLORIDA t
Garage and Stables 11th street, near Are. E, Phone No. 100 City Engineer and under his neck. Bepeat this MIAMI

Ion. applying the sponge ,

Horses,,- ,Carriages and and I'll Wire For You1Phone ed certified Each In a sealed bid check to envelope for be $100.00 and that the haft strained caused me.so

be felt to relax and
Automobiles I g'I for javlng 7th street. out deildeosiy and
Successful bidder to give '
I 176 torj bond In the cum' of $: ] pain promptly raa- ."
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for hire br the hoar day week or month. Automobile .torrtereparn the faithful performance of hi r. .
and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD au within sixty day from ., ,
tomobiles. Freight unloaded and delirered. Special facilitiesfor i C. BROWN contract Board reserve O..sI......
moving heavy freight Omnibna meets ererr train. Bag- Bt to reject. any or aQ bidsG. china UW'" psssi I r5ii *

gate transferred. ALL'orders receive PROMPT Attention. I CLCamCAL 113 Avetr.e CONTRACTOR C 1C. R. Kallasv President. A. Mewl I I. .J'tUL.' they any srr-

,Cert. !
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I I I I j Thursday

I IL Washington, D. C.-June 8It has ;
been decided that the army signal
corps Is' to develop Its own wireless

CountersAt I i creasing1 munlcadon telegraph+ call system.at for the this coast There method artillery Is of an fo co g Friday and Saturday .

t and It Is found that the lnetalla
of such a complete system as tlat
In? Southern/ New York district
would represent a great cost for which yr
th&' signal corps, charged with the
!i the work unlfa.of .equipment" does not poaes of this week we will sell anything in (this line at half price

The experts of the corps In WashIngton .
: have decided to experimQt
wlijh the new system, buying the tiaterlal -
In the open market and asa m. ,
Sewell'sare bllng! the parts. to the end that they )
j miy munlcatlon! have a which means shall of wireless answer c< m he Infant's dresses, long 50c to $6.00 -

I purpose: of the coast artillery wh >re I
I i It 1| used In sending messages between Infant's dresses, short 35c to $6.00Infant's .
:: ; the? target boats and the shore dur ug I
: they: firing of heavy (Una. The system
lslounj; to be of great value In ttiatrespectl underskirts,long 50c to $2.S0Infant's
and the signal corps people
.....: ,' ., believe' they can get up a system .
sht. 35c to $2.50
.. which i.-w be as efficient as the best ,
of,the commercial system which cost! ,

: so if'much die corps money.electricians are sncees-| : Infant's ffimonas 75c to $1.50 ,'."
fut]' this will mean a substantial loss .
ofLprospective business to the wireless Infant's SJacqnes 35c to $2.00Infan'ts
telegraph companies which realized

j5 4: used munication.that along wireless' the was coast to In be artillery extensively com' lawn I Caps, go at an prices

Above line Ms( week hall
I :W. R. BnUer and wife, and Vn. only at price '
I Kiggasonjeave. Sunday for Crallhope,
W I hew their old home, to be gone all .
BUtnmer on a visit to relatives redfriends I
I i it
!: rI
?a. C.j Farls of Medina, N. T. recelr-
Overflowing e4J:a telegram today that his mo bet .
U>ery! 111 at that place, and he leaves.
to"B night. to, be present with her. I I I.

I L. ....., ,
Lumbago Is a most distressing ind BURDINE &
l painful malady. Intense pain wit! ID- QUARTERMAN 1 1To
witty to stoop or bend the back, M
'experienced and severe pain In the) region I I
of what Is known as the "small i
with good I. of the back." A strong Unlmen4 of Twelfth Street Corner Avenue C Miami Florida
belladonna, chloroform and alcohol ,lausefulto ,
I relieve pain. '
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Tesaa. .
[; Texas has been aptly denominated -
the Lone Star State from the -
of a single star In the army of .... I
t things'in the bargain I line that commonwealth. I 1 1S '

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w. B* GUN For. I
[ Ian ng to a rafter In a shop 'rat Our Customersand
Bourne. Lincolnshire, England, Is 11 lea:
t f of mutton fifty years old. It was a
i .! bought from the present occupier'spfedeecssor
by a gentleman who said
: be would call for It later on. He nerC -
:."., ,,' I { did so. and there It bangs toaaj. It other Friends
,, '
.' : ," bas so withered that It resembes a
., ..... shlllalah.gVoyage.
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,!i '.;"'..1;.' ; r.7se.
1' Iw was formerly any journey We take pleasure In calling your attention to the following! atatems..
I whether by tea or land It did not mat showing condition of ths Bank at close of business May tth, as reports fa:
ter. ___ the Stats Comptroller. (
You will note continued Increase' In strength and business. Our os-
Shoes'at' half rice g Great Military E"*l._r.f posits are naarly a quarter of a million dollars. Our cash on hand and i tin
Vauban the great engineer, hat. conDucted banks la over one hundred thousand dollars, or nearly BO per cant ef ourc1epoeltlo
I w several sieges at twenty-Ore, when the law requires: only 20 per cent. We have a respectable ,
-* i t;Vns marecnal-de-camp at forty>three surplus, no bills payable or notes rs-dlscountsd. In fact the atatoIMn\
!.And commlssalre general of foctlflca- would be considered an excellent one, and one that we are proud of. j
lions, of France at forty-five. We extend our thanka to our friends for their liberal patronage,and
pledge ourselves. to merit their: confidence In the future aa In the put.
i Queer TlBtaa ea..._ Respectfully. I
Shirts at half I Every Tibetan family Is compelled toI:4evote WM. M. BROWN PresidentR.
ricexVats : Its first born mate child to a R. McCORMICK Vlco resldent.JAS. .
:"monastic: life. Soon after birth ;the H. OILMAN. Cashier.
l;cblld Is taken to a Buddhist monastery
i '.;to be thenceforth brought up aDd'trained

: In priestly mysteries. Report of the Condition of the ,

at half :I Tennessee is the Volunteer State. BANK OF BAY BISCAYNE
the name being acquired during the
price Seminole war, when a large number of .1 I --
'I I :'Tolunteera'went forward from Tennessee At reported-i State Comptroller, Meg 9tk, 19O6
3; ,to take-part In the struggle.

= i A CIF FLOne of Loans and Discounts. .. .. .RESOURCES... .. .. .. ....... .. .. ..S14M1Q I 15
? of the most extravagant that( of woman's County Warrants .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. :. .. .. .. S.TUM
Fs Clothing at half priceDo fads on record was I de la a United States Bonds .. .. .... .. .. ... .. .. .. 200 00
,_ ; Frenchwoman, the Marquise It Is said bad her City of Miami Bonds .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .00000 ,
|ibed.Eoche-Fonteille who.with orchids j These Real Estate Owned .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17.081 tl
decorated times week at aweekly Furniture and Fixtures .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,. .. .. .. S.119 25
I -" were changed three 1000. Expense Account .. .. t. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.
,.._ cost of nearly
WkH. .( *m e... In Empire Trust Ce... r.{ .. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. ... ,11l77
A package or envelope sealed :w1t2a In Florida Bank and Trust Ceo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 21.117.1
white of egg.cannot be steamed open. In Atlantic! 'National Bank .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. I5.HIIS
In .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11445 M
not buy until you inspect these Cat ..* Water. J Vsult..i.I o

The reason that cats dislike water Is Total Cash ..- .. .! .. .. .. .. .' .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. sinjos&osZ77.nJJa ,
because there la nothing oil] abouteasily
goods and prices their fur. Consequently it M $
wetted and does not dry quickly LIABILITIES I

Lr Capital Stock .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 127,300 00
We'can 'bigI oneyl L.Mtra' Letter. Surplus .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1300 00Earnings
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The Chinese detective force Is' a p.- that the above statement la correct. I
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