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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 15, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLUME 3, NUMBER 164 I )II.UV. FLORIDA, FIUDAYJ JUXE 1;;, 190/1 I'.I' ElGJrr: : : P.A.d.E fg 1

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Dade County Wants a Correct Gensus|--Give the Enumerators All the ,Assis ance You Possibly Can.'i::1


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PEASANTS ARE RISING IN SCHOONER SINKS ID THE TUG SYBIL CAME rAPPOINtMENTS WERE MADE i I


I SIX MEN ARE DROWNED. :f SAFELY INTO PORT r


THE RUSSIAN PROVINCES : j I IN i mm SCHOOlS ]



Terrible fate of Emma LCottingham After :A Tempestous Voyage .

and Crew From Jacksonville I "


AND KILLING AND DRIYPeasants ING OFF THE LAND OWNERS I '''I'II'I'I'I!I BY THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONS TODAY .


Vessel Went Down Off Egmont Key With One Barge In Tow-Another --- 1

on lOth-Was Loaded With Rock Foundered North of Cape Canav- !i if f
Tired of Waiting on Parliament to Act-
are Kindergarten School to Be Established in
For be FrE. C. R,.. ExtensionOperation erel-Captain Dan Ross Tells i Miami-West ::i

Fierce Riot Occurred at Bialystok Yesterday-Many H Palm Beac
*! of the Trip. i Principalship Issue Satisfactorily Adjust-

'Killed and Wounded-Strike.is on in Moscow. ed-Where Various Teachers Were Assigned. .J

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A Tampa dispatch under date of the The tug Sybil, Capt Dan Ross, seven -
13th to the iTlmes-Unlon, gives the days! out from Jacksonville with a I : 1
Bialystok Ru.ala. June 15- So far prietor of an estate near here, who following detaili of the wreck of the '
tow or barges, and for the safety of The Dade County Board of Public
killed Inyesterday's refused to distribute lands to the pea schooner Emma L. Coltlngham 125 I :
as learned thirty Jews were which much uneasiness was felt here, Instruction, whlc i met yesterday In
ants, has been killed by them miles southwest of Egmont Key, while
outbreak here. bound from JMobtle to Knights Key arrived )ftii port last night at 7 o'clock, regular monthly sesslgt. will conclude
The hospital are filled with wounded with rock fo the F. 13. 0. Railway Us business this
LAND OWNERS BEATEN bringing one of the two barges started tftetnoon, after bar.In -
aDd It Is Impossible to learn the extension: | with the made appointments of 'j
., AND DRIVEN AWAY; other being left waterlogged ; teachers In
"correct number of casualties aa many I "The schooner Thomas S. DcnnlsonCapt :and anchored about flLen miles north all of the county schools for the next ;
were butchered in private houses. AH Ii i Wade.iarrived at Port Tamp I "
Novgorod Russia, June 15- Several i late this afternoon, having on boardA. of Cape jCanavareL term. I
Jewish shops on the four principal land proprietors In this province have Phlnney. toaster, and sole cnnrivoi I' Capt. Ross states that he left St Yesterday afte the, refusal of the I !

streets were sacked. been beaten aDd driven off by the' of the crejr of the three-masted John's par last Friday afternoon at board to concur In the recommendation :

MBltla and police are now guarding peasants. The situation! Is grave i j schooner Emma L. Cottingham.. of 4 o'clock. All went well until Saturday of the trait >s of the West Palm f
civilians New Bedford! }Mass. which tank last
the street and no are permit.
night when Beach school and appoint to the
prlnInstltntlon
a strong gale came -
PRESS CONDEMNS j! Sunday morn ng. 135 miles west south
ed to leave their homes. A sort of ACTS OF PARLIAMENT!; west of Egmdint Key Fla., while bound out of I the northeast Sunday one clpalshlp of that Prof. )(. ,

i armed trace has been established ,I from Mobile to Knights Key Fbx, of the barges, an old one brought from 8.. Harper, the trustees: submitted the

[ 1--pna1tirJhe' restoration of order. St Petersburg, June 15The pressIs : with a cargo;of gravel for use in construction Charleston by the tug Dauntless sometime names of Prof. John H. Bowers, as
When*the Association. Press correspondent unanimous today In condemnation;: of !She Key West extension ago and left at Jacksonville forrepaln. their second choice for the position.
reached here this morning of yesterday's events In the lower of the Florida Eau Coast Railway. Six .) filled with water. It... This recommendation met with the .
men, composing the crew of the Cot I cut out of the tow an J anchored fifteen approval of the board and Prof Bowers
the city was In the possession of the house of parliament The situation;, [
tingham. were l.'*t miles above CanavareL Shortly afterwards was accepted. j Professor Bowers
Is strained the
to
troops, who occupied the streets and breaking point I Ii j "A heavy :*ale struck the Cottln the heavy seas forced the la highly recommended u an educa-

railroad stations. There was no riot- i ham Saturday, night .ud a leak was I anchoring of the second barge, after toHe i>> a West Virginian, but at
Ins;'gay to noon today. About twenty FLOUR MILLS BURNING sprung, the lIOwer pump refused to which the tug beaded southeast and present teaching jln Wankon. Ia. This
were killed and eighty wound AT LULLA, RUSSIA* work and the vessel Oiled rapidly, 'went forty miles below Canarvarel and selection evidently does away with
ed persons In yesterday's rloThe bodies !going down early Sunday morning. twenty-five miles to sea. the friction that "had existed between }
lay for hours In the streets. "Capt. Phlcney clung to the chattered I Fuel was running short and the tug' the trustees and certain other patrons :
Luna, Russia, June 15The flop
and memher authored of the school.
until
lifeboat saw only one was Monday morning.when ,
STRIKE IS ON IN MOSCOW : mills and grain houses here are burn of his !blew still afloat This',' Capt Ross returned to the last I Several patron of the public school
ing. I man swam |o the lifeboat but was barge abandoned and refilled the at Biscayne appe red before the boardIn :

Moscow. June 15- The agitation washed by a&'t'avy sea. From 6:15 a. I tugs bunkers with coal stored on It,I reference to a more central location
among the worklngmen here Is geu ONE THOUSAND )1 1m. until 11 i m. Capt. Pblnney clung I took the barge in tow and headed for for the school it that place. Upon ,J
eral and a strike Is In full progress MINERS IDLE the wreckage, when the schooner Miami, |the balance of the trip being I lotion the boar I decided to furnish
''Ihe resolution adopted by the workmen (I I I I Dennison picked him up. I I"The II uneventful the: material for < reeling a ne t school I
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pledges support to parliament only I log Nod all records were lost 'II The old barge left anchored above building providli the patrons woulddo ;
Plttsbnrg June 15 A thousani 1
so long as It persists In a fight-I miners are Idle by the closing of th I and Capt. P lrney can remember the Canavarel. Capt. Ross Is of tne opinion the work.Le..IJ!This was agreed to, '
against beanroeracy. names of only three of his crew-Mate is not worth salving though It will and S. H. offered to purchase
mines by four companies Tare I I. I
near ''Hlley, of Mobile; Brown, negro cook be Insepcted on return trip to Jacksonville the lumber ID1he present building 1
turn. iPa today by the operators refusing I I II
PEASANTS IMPATIENT Mobile, end Nelson, a seamon from after another tow. Both for $20. The offer was accepted
to pay the Plttsburg scale owages. (
WITH PARLIAMENT I(Jamaica. The rescue of the captain Captain Roes and Engineer De lay are M. S. Meshler was appointed supervisor -
I[(I was attended with great danger, and I pronounced in their praise of the noble of the BI :aYDe school and J. :
Tyer Russia' June 15 Cossack :Capt. Wade -and the men of the Den-1 I little tug which they claim Is far better L. DeVann and J. T. S. Shoemaker I !
and dragoons have been dispatched to TOMORROWS PUZZLE : nlson rlskedJthelr lives In saving his* 'h and more able sea boat than appearances I were made a co mlUee to supervise
the districts near here where the peasants WILL BE A DAND I (The Em in i a L. Cottingham was of I and build would indicate.At the erection of the new school build.
are taking possession of the lands 522 grow- tons; 475 net tons: 139.41: I no time during the blow were Ing there. j II ]

The peasants are losing patience with Look out for tomorrow's puzzle pic ; feet long; 34 feet beam; 10.2 feet they alarmed or In danger. The tea It was resolved that the Board of, :
the inaction of parliament ture. It will be a dandy and entitle* Jeplh and will built at Somers Point, was well provisioned and outside of Public Instruction respectfully request
"Birds found In North America.' I N. J., in ,75. She registered at I fuel, was prepared to stand a long the state board of education to
PEASANTS KILLED There are ten puzzles incorporated it Mobile.) |. siege of bad w ather.'TWO'pRY adopt the new course of study recently a
Formulated by the committee of the
LAND PROPRIETOR the picture and the boy or girl wh I' -- -- State Educational Association. .

Xoh n, Russia June 15The pro- be guesses way up them In the without puzzle difficulty solution lines wll}, I PRETTY WEDDINGS It was also unanimously decided that

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LEGAL PAPERS SCHOONER "ARGUS" OCCURRED EARLY LAST NIGHTj I mmmm TO \


Warranty deed, Elizabeth P Hunterto '
Harvey Jarretft. for 13,600, west REMOVE THE HEDGE I'J: :
thirty feet of lots 1 and 2. block 119 BLEW UP AT SE : .

north.Amendment Miami to charter of rfalcyon j Allen-Tucker Nuptials at Methodist. Episcopal Church; L

Han Hotel Co., Increasing Umlt of' { and Mehl-Blackman at'13th St Home- ] y
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Indebtedness to 1250,000. and:provld- Sough GRIFFING BROS. DON'T LIKE ACT
ng for the issuance of.,bonds in the AND ENTIRE CREW DESTROYED-' : poth Couples Popular and Well Known. I
1raa,of 8200,000Wlsetaty OF COMMISSIONERSIN
VESSEL CAUGHT FIRE AND IS I COUNT
deed. John A. Addison to {
I a ''i REFUSING TO PAY FOR IMPROVING .
Henry M. Brogdan for $10. north half BURNING OFF DE8TRUCTIOI --I
Iota 21 and 22, block 76, Cutler. I I COURT YARD

Warranty deed.' L.'A. King and wife I ISLAND, WASHINGTON The marriage of Miss Lillian Tucker ents an Informal social hour was enJoyed. -
to Oeo. Jane -for IW lot S north 1 I +
; and Mr. [Wesley M. Allen was solemnized ; !
__toIL i Mr. and Mrs. Allen will be at home
iI Ia4 night at the MethodistChurch !
Deed. Model Land Co. to Arthni near the Golf grounds. The bridegroomhss ]
I Soil h, before a Urge assembly Because the commissionersat
nay
been for
A.eL for $257.22 2$ 1-2 acres In Seattle June 15The schooner Argus ku e time preparing the
,Ssetisn 112, 4$ south, range 42 east Is burning thirty-five miles off of gue1s. Miss Tucker Is the I cottage which Is now thoroughly. finished their last mating refused to pay

LM e. Yaq and W. B. Brlckell to Destruction, Island aDd according tQ daughter of|Councilman and Mm J. and nicely furnished the bill of Grifflng Bros. nurserymen : :

....G., w.eler.certaIli land I for a I Capt. Brldgett of the steamer Ascet C. Tucker, |nd sister of Mrs. Emmett The happy couple have the warmest alleging that It]was exorbitant It la
.J wishes of all who know them for now announced py the Utter that they J 1
ftttof of eight .. sion. It is not a
years.Assignment mortgage.:, 'Mercantile. he heard from.likely. the crew win .ever Howard, whose marriage occurred last prosperous and happy life will remove all),of the: hedge, plants. ;1
of year. Mr. pUlen, who has long resided MEHLBLACKMANThe etc. recently set;about the court house

Trust Co. to Realty Sarah Mortgage E. Richards Co. Captain Brldcett thinks thatcrew thl In this ciy| Is a brother of Mr. Lee ,! home of Rev and Mrs. E. \, grounds by them and which greatly
Mortgage deed. were blown up In the exploalo* 1 I Blackman 13th enhances the appearance of the same. .
on street
to A:W. Rlehardi for 11.400 tea acres vessel Allen. I I I was the
which set the on fire. He says wee of The total bill for planting the hedge '
II a quiet wedding last
U lot 2. tp. 38. south 41 east eveningat ;
range he went alongside the Areas, and The church: was beautifully decorated six1 o'clock when their bushes and ptanisjtmonnted to flCO.93
1 Warranty deed. W. L. Brackwell found the vessels bow burned awn} with tall, potted palms, arranged daughter Eva Belle, was united youngest la and was approved by Deputy Sheriff I J
other
to T. T. Fisher for $1 sad eomideratlons.
and' the lashings on, the'smallntoeched. ; boats, marriage to Mr. A, p, Gore, who Is also in charge of '
lots 1. I. and I blk ttFllJjtaderdale. -- la tiers to fora three ot1.pICU01l1 H. Edward Mehl. Jr., ; J
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archways" 'tl"and aronndZthe'altar.were before f.the near. relatives and k few the court house I grounds, and through !
friends.The..bouu. !whom the done
planting was by Grlfefusal -
Bond for title Bartola Genovar tsE.'W. I
and white cut
of
It.L at- Bicycle Rambler 1902 mod placed masses pink Bros. :
The of
i Pngh. for purchase of lot;21, was artistically decorated ling the commisabonen j i
128 north. Consideration No..S0.057sprtng seat? clincher:rlmj, roses, minted 'with a profusion of fens and cut roses being used to pay he bill for the above I
I Hartford 77 Urn' ; coaster brake. Rt I white star Jessamine. On the organ in profusion. The archway under which stated reason Drought an immediate

Warranty deed. Fort Dallas Land tUI'1t.to Frank Cobb Palm Street, an4 were also white and pink_ roses. I I Rev. Blackman stood to perform the response from he firm that they j
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Co. to Georgle B. Lummns for $L200 receive- reward. I 1Capt As the b'ridal party ,entered the ceremony wss aglow with lights and would remove the hedges and plantsat
I 't I :before| this the bride and an early date,
lots 1,7, and 8, block 114, north MIrsatlsfaction brldegrooC 1
amL_ : and Mrs. A. R. Simmons Of church.. firs|preceded by the officiating stood. | In the dining room roses This act will be regretted by the !'1
.of mortgage baa I Cocoanut Grove, leave next Tuesday I minister; Rf v. L. D. Lowe, all eyes were placed! about in great quantities public who are uch pleased with the :
Ewan Peacock to C. L. WetxeL I for Waynesvllle, N. C., where therbare : were fastened upon the bride, who as well as ferns and palms present appearance of the grounds, j
leased a cottage for the summJrseason. i was costunted In a simple but handsome Thej j bride was gowned in a going. end the iniprovna.le that have been i
I J gown"of French organdie, and toilette of tan invisible plaid and It is suggested that the
Mallory Everglade: I lace, worn with long white gloves. She riohalr, handsomely' tailored, worn 1..11' be rom pro iced I In some 1.1 !
A Pineapple Statement ( Is a brunede of medium height andvas v.iti lingerie waist A hat of straw, hereby the Im rovements can '
One of our old subscribers Dr. !? iharmlng she took the trimmed
most as In brown and green to correspond unmolested and! the grounds (continue
Survey Bill Went P. Tyler of New Rochelle, N. T, caD'1 sacred vow.There |. with the trimmings of the beautiful and a tractive.roents I j ;
ed on us Friday and together with t2{e ace no attendants, the bride Pelt ajomed with a large buckle was
.f.- Item man went down to Delrsy add and briaogfbom coming In together worn, i i all blending in a becomingMrs college and ;
Calender po asses a charming -
peras
+e .To Boca Ratone The doctor Is InteK preceded b>C two ushers, Messrs.. N D. ,t'Ie. I IOOnallt), as we accomplishments.nected .
e ted in pinenpples in Porto Rico and Coates aDd W. J. Gautier. Miss Marie ,| F. T. Bjlngton presided at the I I
Mr Mini Is
the
with
rooffice
while at IVlray purchased half Organist laro. postopul.tr ,
a million Lush was for toe ten lering l-ohengrlns Brlda.
and Is Ias among all his ,
I
plants for shipment via New After Ih' marriage Mr. occaslon.// lucb. on ihe entrance of the bridal oclate I
York to Porto Rico. The doctor sat: Allen werpglriven to the arty | i
Washington, Jure 15- When Senator I]J 1 I with labor 35 cents per day YR, $1 25'o on Fifth st(J'et.where some fifty guests !' Mr |and Mrs Mfhl have: arransed a Only nds rtlativrfri and a few Invited, I Ir j
Mallory of Florida today tried to i I I U.50 In Florida, and freight. ra e'of attended tide delightful reception and 'Isho..t'rE'd eUabtful tour to New York HaitiJore.f An- Informs were! pr,' sent.- at the reremonvpMoi : :
c followed the
gel ac'ion on the Mil to survey the 15 cents per crate to New Tort i&on them all the Imlgfnary'': ; Philadelphia Niagara Kailsnrl marriage after which Mr and Mrs. < }
Everglades, Senators GalHnger, Tin ; ve. about S5 cents from Florida am !good wishes for their future happy Efle. Pa. After July :Otb. they will lthl: were drl to Lemon ,,
t'n Cit ,
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man and others, strongly opposed Jl- |with no duty- to pay Porto Rico should ness. The ISmse was simply decoratedwith at tome at No 1:0: Avenue B.here I Nli-re the to. k the tra'n for their> :
verting the irrigating funds to such I be able to put Florida out of the roseaSand; ferns. A 'delicious Ir. }Iebl has famished an .
attractive! I I tin ,
we thus
purposes. The resolution eventually ,t apple bnsinese one of these days. Plnr-j I fresbmenls was served, *ome I ? urn< v disappointing |
Yle..lt t number of frl
|a nds who had gathered i
to the calendar. j Mateo Item. '
went after the many beautiful pres The, bride Is a graduate of Rollins at '!"le depot to hjwer congratulations! I : .


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la not here but because-there arc i s "Wire for Me
MIAMI METROPOLIS many men who had rather rental; I

habitually Idle. We want iznmlgra ht Oil Heat rs -
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DAILY AND WEEKLY Matting
of the right kind. but right nowllfwwant I

_- some kind of a law that rw and I'll VY reforYouePhone .

hjWhiW tTtry WUmet Ixctpt laICal force those and others alread fcei' 1 i i.
to earn a living by the sweat of tleh) I
BY THE
brow. When this Is done the lAbor 1 : andjFurniture .

The Miami Printing. Compaq r problem will .tie more than half sole d' ; ]: 176 1


L L tAmI,rra. S.BOMMAKSfc-Trs THE PENALTIES o I I "dill! be Sold at Reduced Prices for thirty, days

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Member of The 4f-H.tfd, Press. A London scientist gives, It aSi his'' I I I H. BROWN

opinion that life In a big city mikell. Ji W. Watson : : Avenue DC.
Inle111 .L .CTRICALCONlRACTO
Enured: at the tatOfic at Vital,.Florida young children quick but not
seam.-'Qua- ,Hitter' Sent t I I I 1113 AVCMC C

.' ".-- .--. He holds that city life destroy '
RATES fJiIt -r -
SUBSCRIPTION' -. heir: chances of being clever '1i -
One ,7 Year< : ;..,;.;;.........i.....'5.00 hastens the development of the >oral

Stx.epunthi.'....." .. 2..50 unnaturally; makes them super tlal"alE'rt. I i I t

Three.Moirhi.:!.*... 1.25 but no observant; excitable but DlrectorylFoI

One Month...... 45 without catbusiaEm. They are at|> t. I Miami! Business t Dallas Land Company

One Week..................... .10 ;row blase fickle discontented. Tael I ._
Weeklyr month............. %.00 lee more things than the countryebild '
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; .- --- but they do not. properly see I ThJb ut of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In the) .
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BLDG. nything.. for they have neither the I Itime list below the address. of Miami Merchant under j
OFFICE IN METROPOLIS nor capacity to get at toe rot of classified heads for ready reference.
Opposite Court House I Has on its Lists l
all the bewildering objects that cowibemselvea :
432-434. 12th Street Phone 71FRIDAY
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into their young I> i C. L. BRADY CO. j i. B. CREVEN:

5 '' ;; j : kmbtlesg there Is much truth in f ves'1 I I I Dealer la Drugs Patent M.O1 :
JUNE 15, 1906 Fresh FruIt. and Vegetables2th .
this London scientific observer r iys.Ity I 1 cine. Toilet Article. Buttom
-. .-- -r--.. r-- i istudents. Street. Cor. Are D. Miami IT* I some particularly attractive sites for
; life is not caluculated to product h HOT Avenue D. N1am1. r "
There Is too much ia 4I. Tools Grocer Hay, Grala both residence and business par"
( This Date' In History I tract the attention to divert the nilnduperficiallty I led Wipes' Fertilizer I f r r MRI. L Co BECK. r I
,I I Real Estate Miami real I
; takes the place of I:real I poses. An investment in
substantial acqutren Fnt I .I. .. LUMMU8 I Suite I, t, 6 and > :
bought or
Dever Twelfth street 1111am1,11a is safe of quick returns
The young learn too many thing I In Groceries Grain 1201.2 estate ; sure .
June ;Id in rnetor tl at itt ( FertUliera. I 1 WILSON HUDDLESTON
hat are not worth learning or Har and .
m-ltaioa4charta signed
1 bjr King loha.I2UFraakUD injurious to know, and too -' few I In lit Street Miami. IT* j\ Real Estate and 111ltU'U-
to.
drew elM- things that they ought to know. lu N 120 1-1 Twelfth street Ulami.
cloud I Ie"ery '
tb
trtdtj from
173-Q*orsa Was dngtoa city there are hosts of boys I Igrowing THEMAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. A. 2. CAMPBELL JOtN B..REILL V, J. INGRAHAM.

"took command.army.n.Jam. of ttMABMrieu up in idleness or with rhlcn L desire Dealers In Grocer- Hay sad I Heater In Dry Goods. Clota For* Dallas Land Vlce-Presldent.Fort' Dallas ,
** KM Polk. for luxuries or advantages 9 tug elTnta prwtdmt. dial they unwilling to acquire by 'hon'I'st | Grab n. Land Co. St. Augustine.
are MUOJL Florida. ,
at_NaAYtll: born Joalah I7IL L A. ButUr.TattnaU. endes\or. False or. At* D and 4th St Miami. Fla .,l ACIK 1 Compnv; Miami ;
1S3 Commodore ; effort or patient .
prominent Cond.rat. naval
Barannah bona 17SE.UK pride leases no room for honest ,rlde. "
officer;died at ; J
Butter. discoverer or: world through \J'
-John Anfiwtiu They see an Imaginary
fold ta California. died la wuaam.toe .- C. r'Sons
: bore la Baden ISM.IBS cheap theatres and trashy literature V m. Dade Co. Title :Jnsiiranc ,
-Frederick HI, emperor of Germanyand and they rebel:: at 'the Hue an the
king of Pnuata. died; bona 1KB.nBrtmlrn I
troop forbidden to enter h- reat !I ;1
yot-Tbe Idq by Mew Imperial Tort edict.excursion .teanerOeeeral It 1s pathetic to see a boy gr wing Key West; FloridaHEADQUARTERS nd Trust CompanyOF
FOR
Btoctua boroed In Lone IiUnjovnd up without energy or amibitlon o that
; til pereonj OB a church acv11IoII discipline which study and labor ,
ovttac loet their hon I Chandlery: Building OF MIAMI.FLORIDA INCORPORATED
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Materials Of E All Kinds. Paid U( Capital $75OOO. Surplus, S12.OOO
THEENqJERATORS
ASSIST This Is spring like weather, somethIng I In area land titles prepares abstracts of titles,loans andsta
the lower east coast can boat a ita account and for others. Acta aant
Machine Shopt.Po-tt on own
,
marine Railways to money
Coat and Ice, Steam
The enumerators taking the census of the year round. age attorneyin-fafact, trustee assignee, executor, re
I communications to
all
of Dade county will be around In afew o f slier, or guardian. Address :

Jajr, and it Is urgently requestedthat A special or reading advertisement AU kinds ot repairing. Boiler and Steam Fitting can Oc: done mechanic*' t. S. L. Pattrson. Sec and ,T reas. .Miami. Flori. *

all assistance possible be given ...il bring results when all other > have .bortttt notice in the best possible manner! by expert skilled --. ----
them. You will be required to tell Ued. They come a little ligher! t -1 .-- -- ------- ---- --' --- ....-...

.' your' age, place of nativity, national. than space or display! ads but lf re 10>
IIaultl (
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allty, when you came to the county are desired quickly the el:pence I .

amount tonal and of real property and several owned other both matters per. la lnalgndiant E

-necessary In the compilation ofa -o- Wor der Why It Is

complete census. phone The exchange manager of has a ordered New" Yor that.' tele the Some People

refresh your mind on
Suppose you 200 girl operators In kit exebingt
such data and be ready to answer all
shall hereafter wear no open-w rlt hosiery '
such questions that will be propound .
I
no short sleeves and no peek a

ed.by 1U Dade census county not has being suffered compiled already at boo waists. The girls!are !hopping That we continually\ sell goods so mu :h cheaper than other stores, in
mad and vow they win not obey the + "
time. Do not delay It We today have; the
the proper have to.
:order. They say nobody see them town. Our answer is: "Because we
but assist the enumerator
further while they are at work and If the and
the street
all yon can and It wlT.-be but a few manager doesn't want to see them, poorest business; location in Miami. We J L are too far up
weeks before We will know our num remedied
he can look the other way, th her But this cannot be
_, ben and valuation In worldly' goods. contemptible thing. The man Is we made a big mistake in moving up p.
The enumerators win begin work at t'mean. I arid trade come to us we have to
a young man of gloomy cast Justwhy today and in order to make customers
for them. '
be ready
,
once so
he objects to a liberal die ar of This in nutshell is
Miami. a
than other merchant n
o pink and white flesh is not explained. sell goods less any

IMMIGRATION Perhaps he Is a crank. ,

AND LABORThe -o-

Nashville American discussingthe The Dean of Westminster rectly ; Selling
Why are
we
scarcity of labor In the South and denies- that Balaam's ass ever talked.

methods that must be adopted to bring How does he know. Hto..n t pres-

desirable immigration here, says: eat on.the occasion when Balia n's ass !

"1f the South wants Immigration level she' II the said Lord to have and to shied haVe at prate the angel tad In of 'Regular known and stamped $2.50 shoe for. . . . . . . .$1.90
will have to raise wages: to the I
words of speech against the
plain I
prevailing This.Is. a warning In the from North Commissioner and Vfcst" lows which it received from f Iaaa., Regular known and stamped 3.50 shoe for. . . . . . . .$2.90

who teemed to be something of an
\VlatchDorn. He further said: 'That
all himself on that occasion! Wfe I
399 out of 400 of the Immigrants, know .'
hue heard asses with far 11.1 Judgment
pretty 'veil where they want to go

all when goes they to show reach If the our Southern shores.' States which speak or with Intelligence endless tongue.than Balaam's By thewhich Stock Shoes 10 percent 'disc

mean to Induce a desirable class of way. were the two servants I All regular
Balaam bad with him blind. as Bal-
Immigrants ,to come among them, and
am seems to have been or speechNEW ,
this'Is the only class that it does I
less Balsam's ass was
as
want, or has any need for that It must notl

make a.sustained effort to bring then i I
LAW EFFECTIVE I :

here"Host of the immigrants who leavi Relate5 to the Assignment' of Labor I $6.00 and $7.00 Paragon Pants for $4.95, '

Europe for this country are bound for: and Wages j,

the never Welt heard orNorthwest of the South and, or probably If the; Boston Mass. June IS-, The I \ nealaw I! 1.25;: and $1.50 known shirts for 90 cents:' -.f

did. It was to its disparagement. If relative to the assignment of wages ,

the Southern States would judiciously; Ion. which of the was State passed Legislature In the, last went set into Railroad Overalls sell for 60 cents : .
of 75 cent
In advertising and
spend money effect today It alms to present thi Ii; .
course. there Is no use In spending practices of numerous dealers wh
money unless It Is done judiciously,, sell goods on Installments, and who 1
the?opportunities and ad1'aDtacet.of are not very particular In eiplalnlni .
the conditions to their customers at
the South and Its resources would be he' time of making the sale*:: Naturally disbount all Trunks and Suit Cases and in fact most
off
set before_a class. .of Immigrant* wh it effects all Jealears {oho sell 20 per cent on
would eventually come among ue, ant !goods by this plan and 1t is considered little the street and somewhatout
We a ways up
whom we are In need of. Hardly an quite a burden by them a1 though.ti t everything in our line. are
IndustrY does not Interfere with their businesi will to come and see us if you
of any magnitude In the South district but it pay you
as it does with that of the "c 4t throat"concerns. of the business
that is not handicapped by a scarcity '
I earned do lars. You will find many bargains
of labor and one difficult-> always, lathe Under the new law nlI I lnmonl wish to save any of your hard
way of bringing manufacturing I'of future wages! shall be T Id for a
enterprises South Is-theJack of Intel. 'period exceeding' two years ,from the j
I Jate thereof nQr unless; ma e to seed
llgent labor. cure a debt actually contra prior I CoI
"But If the South can not get tht> I to or simultaneously with t e execuTe !1 THE ANTIIONYROMFII
right; kind of Immigrants it wants tion of said assignment, law 1l

none.." "surrounds The aUlnlmenl wag i s l
!
with numerous safeguards t protectthe : i
The Metropolis has already called
working; classes woo, n ore tear
attention to the scarcity of labor In
II others purchase goods on t 41usttll:
Florida, not that a great amount of It ment plan.


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t THE !DALY MIAMI METROPOLIS FRIDAY.'JUNE 15. 1906
PACES PACK THRU
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NEW YORK FASHIONS ,
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BISCAYNE P
Pattern For a Simple Mon iiig Gown Designedby Vacation Time

DRUGCOMPANY I I Mart a Dean-No. 6417 I i

I Every woman need a .Imple i lornlnR .
gown to slip on for breakfast v |tb Wlordship }
I r
I or when she enjoy he '"fortywink. "
." In the afternoon and t every ; I The who ha had
I man not his will be''
nature of tt unrretentltnji. Many women thl >k that
II they cannot afford a gown of V t la kind Summer Suits knd Summer Trousers
because it mull need be cxpen 'e. On are usu-
I the contrary, .. little may be e pended I ti I

MedicineIn i I chain u_one, lawn wishes or and dimity a ilmplo may dei al lop>atron a.pretty ., i&& ally the most prominent apparel item in d man's

a gown a. one could a" eh for. .
medicine, be carefulIn I The model Known i. of pale 14, e lawn mind when it c mes TIME TO "PACK UP."
I wl'h scallops of English embrol cry utrimming. -
what you ,buy and The round yoke Is a l.. r
lug feature, and the neck may. be llnlnhi-d / 1 Whether GOWe' OR WHETHER
YOU
where you buy It. It is with or without the collar. Ont or twodeep t 1 f I /i you ,STAY
flounce on the bottom ma be an 1 t
not only important that addition to a tub gown or stitch d foldsfor I :

you get the best vale a warmer one. The saucy ribbon l''
lows In the fketch are very pleasi g. The
ues, but also that you] gown 1< well adapted to home c n tru...- : 1 Dress You Well
tlon. In the mc get goods that give you half yards of thlrtp-afz Inch mat rial are J r
nee<1ttd. No. 0417. sizes 32 to 4 Inchesbust
gr satisfactory results;we
measure. F 2J4 I Ir
for I
have aIreputation
DIRECTION FOR ORDER NC y "

_ furnishing satisfactoryand Send 10 cents to this office.! glvJ number I H you say sfo. suit of soft Homespun: not a superfluous ounce
of this pattern No. 611:, and tat<|size de- l
Reliable Goods. .Ired. It will then be sent to you!by mall
anywhere. This season's special favorite. If
or'
blue
postpaid. Pe 'ire to writ plainly and you say
always give full .dd...... ..".isl days ,
must be allowed for delivery of pattern.OF I ,; gray Serge we're ready; single or double breasted"'suits; every"


o season's favorite; You know qualities our"t I
FINE CANDIES ARMY SUPPLIESExperiments'In our lorlng and

j AND CIGARS. ANNIVERSARY : Transportation Causes our styles. J You will find them hard to equal at our prices.!''

0
MIlCh'Joy Among Officials
SLOCUM DISASTERBEING
Wkihlngton. June 15The arm)
Tel '3, CorM2: St Ave. D quartermasters on duty here are elatej
over the results of the experiment 6.5' $8.00IO"'an $12 :
I': which bas been going on in transporting ,,
tiipplles without the aid of contractors .
BEING OBSERVED IN NEW YORK
i ,
jji There has been considerable rt.

>- 6. M. DYKES TODAY TWO YEARS A9( MORE expense In transportation by contract t t e ,
This1!work has been done after the
; '334 Tenth Street THAN ONE THOUSAND RSON8 publi* opening of bids, and It was 1 .
found that the service was not entirely -

AH kkd BtecksmidA Md Repair LOST LIVES ABOARD VEfSEk satisfactory. In addition, the .- 't 'f :""n':3'! I)
local] teamsters entered into a combination 1 tr' : ;
War*. Wao Bust to Order
by which they materially Increased : ,
their prices for hauling of
HORSESHOEING A SpecUtg. New York, June 15The innlTeri- which the government does considerable .
between the railroad and thequartermasters' -
of the Gen. Slocum disaster which
ary depot at Fort Myer, R. W.
I occurred two yean ago today, was ob Virginia} and other places of storage.
LeMomliWonderful served in this city today In at Impressive As the quartermaster's depot was well :

,manner. Memorial services were supplied with wagons and horses and
employed a large number of men, it ,
held at St. Mark's church In 6th
rfuf I
11ea'erCURES was Decided to do away with contract
Street and were attended by 1 transportation. The result has been! '
= =- of people who had lost relatlr' f.f.st the eminently satisfactory. The work! Men's Outfitter i "-
I
:
catastrophe. has -been done more promptly, at a| i
Inflamatkm, Cuts, Bruises, Burns IB,the afternoon there will[ sa-viljz of money hitherto paid to the] ,l
Chapped Skin, Roijrbness, Black cises at the monument, ''whl h wu contractors and at no additional cost* '
heads;Pimples and Eczema. Keeps erected last year over the graves of for Be1l' wagons or hones or additional! .

Complexion Price soft, smooth 256 and fresh the Cemetery unknown at Middle dead Village In the .L Lutheran I. The men The( system will be permanently jj 322 Twelfth Street / :,, : : : : Miami 'Florida .

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monument stands on St. Mane's Hall, adopted, and the War Department, in;
Sold by Biscayne Drug,Company one of the most commanding elevations its local transportation, will hereafter,
In the cemetery (round!. It Is be dependent of contractors. t I 1 '. t 1 _
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: expected that several thousand people '
I will be present at the e erelsCi. I A Mountain of Gold I I' \ ,
{ Several memorial dresses Will be de- LOW
: I W. j. Bnrojn.Sanitary
livered. J could not bring as much happiness tJ i ,
.L. The excursion steamer eral Slo MrSi| Lucia tVllke, of Caroline, Wia] i t
.."".. .... _. cum having an excursion par;.jr of the as did one 25c box of Bucklen's Arnica .6 -
Sunday school of St. Mark's Church [Salve! when It completely cureda i '
mostly women and children onboard, running sore on her leg which ha4 RATES
caught fire while steaming up Fast tortured her 23 long yean. Greatesjt
River on June 15, 1904 and 1'urned to ant eeptlc healer of plies, wounds and ,
the water's edge after belngf run Into sores I 125c at all drug stores.INALSF.ORTHEDAVIS VIA i it
shallow water at North Brother Island

One thousand and thirty-cm persons CUP J Plumber 'i
were burned and drowned, frhlle 266 ,
.
persons were more or less HverelyInjured. ijtmdbn. .
June 15The finals in th SouthernRailway
great International lawn tennis coste4 a J
Merritt & Kolb Capt. William H. Van Schick' the | for the Darts International Lawi
.
master of the Gen. Slocum, the pilot, I
Te"nJII Cup began thismorning latn 1019 D Miami
Ave.
Frank Barnaby, the president and ,
;
(!j courts of the AU-England ClutitWlmbleJon. L4--------
several of the directors of tj)e Knick .' The Doherty brotherp .
erbocker Steamboat Company Henry wil| de end the cup against the pairs J ;
Lundberg assistant local Inspector of of Abe contesting teams. Today the
REAL ESTATE steamboats and several other, in some doubles will be played, tomorrow an j '
BARGAINS way connected with the disaster were Moaday the singles. $32.40 New Haven COWL, and re- Sfc Ho se.. Sh'oein!
tried, but only Capt.-Vaa 8c ialck was turn. Tickets on sale June 2-5,

w -MIAMI "FLORIDA tense punished by being deprived of, hit II. I Sort Nipple. limited JuneS. Extension Jane I AND! DISEASED HdOFS SEE 4

1906. Washington
> 20, Stopover
.1: .. ,.. Not ..- Rich as Rocket*liter e cure may be affected by applying Baltimore.' Philadelphia and L. F. LaFontisee 708 7th S
Chimberlaln's Salve as soon U the New York.
child la done nursing. Wipe Ito!
,... ; If you lad all the wealth[of Rockefeller with a:! soft cloth before"allowing the $25.80 Boston Uaaa. and return. -
the Standard Oil magnate :
you
child to lIuneXany trained nurses 21 June i
Tickets oa sale May to f fI.
could not buy a better medicine for
use this salve with the best results.Prlfe .
Jane It Bxtenaioa
>. limited
bowels complaints than CU I1berJa.la'.
.
Colic Cholera and;'DUrrhoei Remedy. 25 cents per box. Sold by Bl- July 15,' lioe. Stop oven&. Washinjton l -
Drug Co. and an .
The most eminent physician ears act cars druggists Baltimore. Philadelpala,
prescribe a better preparation for colic CONGREGATIONALISTS MEET I New York. I.
and diarrhoea both for children and | H. Tatm & Co

adults. The uniform sooty of tali Dubuque, la., Jane 15TJi"e slxt! ] $klls' Asheville, N. C, and return.
has shown it.to b
remedy supine seventh annual session of the Associ.-- Ticket on sale JOB 7. 1.1.14.
to all others. It -never fafls> ,(and when
dolt of Congregational Churches tt 16. 1C. limited June 97. U0. ,
We are Now Ready, to Furnish. reduced with water tad sweetened, to Iowa opened here today with a celebration
-' n pleasant to take:;:Every famfly shod of the twentieth anniversary 120.40 Louisville, Ky. and return.

Tribune, Snell be supplied with tt Bold bf Biscay of ihe Woman's Horn Missionary Cnloal Tickets on sale Jane 10 11. 12 t< '
Drug Co. and anSOUTHWESTERN I of the State.,
The attendance ts limited June Extension: July
Urge and all parts of the State aferepresented.
22, 1106.
and,;,other. r ,ROADS. 1 .
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NEED CARS $23.I5 Hot Springs Va, and return. Real Estate

'.makesof: : : t Death frsm Appetidteltla, Tickets oa Ale June t. 10, fl.
t' BicyclesThe St Louis, Mo. 'June'lS'H Probably limited June 1*, 1XX. j
decrease ta the same ratio that tie
the best evidence that general
prosperity
$18.65 Knoxville Tuna, and retora.
!
use of Dr. King's New Life Pills
will prevail to a 111 rising decree Increase
Tickets on sale June 17. 18, II,

are the during arrangements the'autnmD whlcajthe and winter Soata from and bring constipation* They quick aaye and yon painless rrom release danger 23.fifteen 24. 30 days., July 7.Extension 14. 15 limited Sept. Special bargain (in Tenth Street lot near AY)e

westernraflrads-are making., to take and the Ills growing SO, 1906. -

care indications of their now immense are that trapc.the/ regular The out follow of It their Strength'use. Guaranteed and rigor always b7 all fl4.es Asheville N. C., and return. (C worth $2000. sell for $1400-if J taken qulI

d i I equipment of these roads wiI be insufficient druggists. 25c. Try them. TIckets on sale June 28, 27, 22, I -i.t: t*
to handle the business and asa limited July 10; 1>OS.

result many>of the Southwestern J NOTICE TO CREDITORS $18.25 lion teagle, Tenn., and return Fine lot on 20th Street for $500(>

railroads have placed for Tickets on sole June 29. 39. July
freight cars of description, Court of the County Judge. Stale
every to
3. 6, limited August 31. 1106. Extension !:
bicycles[ and other early be delivered part of the during failPostmaster the summer[ and lore Florida.Estate of October 31, 1906. Lot on 5th Street tor $450

goods are the best stan- I Hansen. Dade County] 32.10 Milwaukee WIs.. and return. ,
dard goods on the market Robbed Tijf all Creditors, Legatees, Distrittu- Tickets on sale An*. 10, 11. 12,
tees and all Persons having Clalmi limited Am. 22 1906. Ten more lots only in Day View at $150
1 $< r Demands against said Estate. I
Hartford and other Tires. O. W. Fonts,
postmastt> at River- "
Vou and each of you are hereby
Coaster Brakes fitted to old ton, la-, nearly lost his life. and was notified and required to present afry Passenger & Ticket Office
_& robted of all comfort, according to clplma and demands which yon for Riverside lots $750 to $1250;:easy terms
wheels. All work guaranteedBest his letter, which says of Japndlce that ether of you may have against tie
for even my finger nails turn J yellow) estate of Jacob Hansen, deceased, l te 108 W. Bay Street I
new wheels rent when my doctor prescribi d I Electrte ofJ'Dade county Florida to the un4r One furnished house for $25 a j month
Bitters which .
; cured me ud harekept .
ilned executors of said estate, wli bif
231 12th Street. Blue Front at well J.C.LUSK ;
me for eleven y lars. Stf i two years from the date hereof.
cure for biliousness, neuralgia, we}k- ?pated June 8, A. D. 19flfl.
Carroll & Clark ness and all stomach liiier. Klteey Carl Larsen DI trtct Passenger Afcr t i Vacant house on 9th Street for $20 montICWT j
and bladder derangements! A wonderful Hans Anderson.
tonic. At all drug-stores. Wo. Executors Jacksonville, Florida! lei:



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Souvenir Post Cards LAftGESJT LINE OPlSOUVENIR' SP00NS watches and JewelREPAIRING I y


i I To Select from in Florida atWflALER'S ]


20 cents a dozen i JEWELRY STORE. nn -_ -
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I STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSIT RY I n.1"----------1 Q..OJJlr.'J. .. \'I WELLS & GRAVES

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J ,-",,!_&: ._&,__.,._;; ._Ma--8-s'J_:_: : :_ !, I THE iI orders in their
Barbecue Was Successful
rS'en Steamer. Loading
1 I'hi lIarl,',1I" and picnic\ held at ,
; ri rat: ''noon steamer.aro $
: FIRST NATIONAL BANK ":,, 'p" '..initial dork to,1a* takin Ni a RiViT InK'l Fort l.aUiterdaoxeBii"ila !
.' .- "' anj supplies fur 'ii Key >, was a .Ii'tiil"I "iiccand aiiMi.itd Millinery Department
by a ;larso eblad" l from many .
joints! in ilii': {'UUllt!. The uumbei I
\fan:led-- Clean cotton rtga at till
MIAMI FLORIDA I II Vth oho wtnl from here biiih by I bolt and resijjners! of the latest Summer styli, hat
II I rai!. rtpurt having! ; hid| a most enjoy I
:abe! time. I ,
I A Suit For Damage Department
I j -- Ladies
I .| still in assunipsit damages $5: ds' : Tailoring
chocolate and bon bons.
$50,000 ha|j b fu Died In the county court b Huylers
Capital : : : I SO rents per pound at Biscayne Drug
Kiijfnie i H. Gordon et al vs. H. TrieVtfiianis. I
i for and costume
Store. ktreet. carriage evening 1
!\ Hudson, Ac Boggs are a Ii waists tailor and coats JI
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'
gown
4 Surplus and Profls i: $13,500 I torit-.vs' for plaintiff. To Arrange Ball Game I .

I Umbrellas repaired and recovers< |I A meeting of the Miami Base Ball : 2.S' Twelfth Street. Miami ;f
Assets 'over : : $500,000 +! at Racket Store. J Club '11'11bo\ held at the Metropolis
I"1..t'I''e j office at 7:30: oclock tonight for the I
ot making arrangements fora II
They Grew Horns I purpose I ,
I game on July 4. and to decide what
fjwo more Mlamlans grew horns laf t i
team to Invite for the same. The club
E. M. BRELSFORD. President night, or in other words became me.' iI
EDWIN A. WADDELL. VIce-Presldent be> of the local lodge of B. P. 0, E will also decide upon the new suits te i I
W. H. SPITZER. VIcePresldentEDWARD i : be adopted by the team and transact
They weret E. Walton}and J. G
C. ROMFH. Cashier. other business. All members are requested
OsSorne, who today are among tits
proudest Elks In the to be present. Special Offer
, CUt :
Hatchett CornerA
Bought
4 iI. PIcture frames Lade to bra er. 'nie
Rtitket Store. : I realty transaction that will Interest
Palm Beacbltes. both here and :
Per centpald, onlaavlnp..compoundedJquarterly. and we re' at that place, has just been consummated .
wlhd. Effect Traffic 7 I
nonotic.oflntentlon.'towtthdraw I
quire whereby Messrs. Strobm and
the high wind of toe past wee,! I Anthony purchase the valuable Hatch June
depositThe Forlthelweek ending( Saturday 16
I II hale been the means of delaying aqd( I ett lot, corner of Olive street and I
hafeiperlng water tramc In the bay at d
Clematis avenue West Palm Beach ,,
along the coast very materially, on yth -
for the sum of 5000. This corner Is
In die heart of the business portlouof
I being able to brave and stand the La lies umbrellas, worth Linen To..ell. worth 2Se
,
I I weather which has been usual for th s be West Palm Beach and will at once: 75 cents, at............ 59c at....-.. .j... ....... I!
extensively Improved by the
sold Goods ListSaur4iyTfor : new '
Way we I season of We year. '
owners who are Investing and Improving Bo .' Wash Suits, worth Table Damask, worth

i i I IROMIKR. man HEAL SVTATI on a large scale in that city. 125 at................ 98cMen's at ........t ........IOcJ

I Going on Vacation I IJ Night ShIrts, worth I Ladled? Shoe*J. Rort1't.60f' p ,,'
25c was a Caution$ I Wiather Prevented Trip J i Rev, L. D. Lowe will leave next I is cents at............ 59c at ........1.j ..... "..J.J 8
Qwlng to the Inclement weath rand i week for Ocala, where he will attend I :
f I: strong wind the yacht Klondlk :; the Epworth League convention and i Sign's Trouser, wortk )If D'. shoe*,j worth ]
which; was scheduled to leave yesterday I j from there go on his vacation i iI 12-M.at. ................ 1.75I9c at ........'.. .... 12.1'. 0
morning on a three weeks cruise al weeks to other points. ohenr'l I 1 t rMq
to.the keys with Mr. F. 8. Horse, his '. Negligee Shirts, are PV.lorrh Boys' Shoes worth __
t' cJoos ,, I absence the pulpit of ......... Jvv ........ .. ..... _
75c at. at
t'.A" !though It;;ralned all day "We delivered the aboard, did not get away and will n- Church. South of which he Is regular; I ; :;
m%ln here until the conditions!, : pastor, will be filled by different mID J j
La lies'1 l !Lace Hose, worth Infant' shoe*., to
,just like we advertised we would and that's thet' mote favorable. ar liters of the city and Her. Lawler I 'USI't I
I :3s cents at........:... out M..4........ 1
-- presiding elder. Rev. Fred Pasco
I people came In the rain to.this. store. When bargains ummer rate at Ole JUtaerfordBoardlnf will preach; on the second Sunday In l I Wklte lawn t apron, worth ;I Q,. Ladles' Dressing '

I are to be had weather doesn't count. Here WfJ. II .Hoate. 221. Matt July, and this will be pleasing new + is cent at............ l ;/vLadles' worth 5e (at......
to his friend and'especially to the JI ; .
A Peeullar Accident .treet.l church he having been pastor for Ribbed Hose isOc Ladle* Walklna St1rt.I.3 CA
'illlam Nichols, a negro, d several years previous to Rev.Lowe'r rorth 15 cent at.. worth $4.54 at... '

Actual very painful and t appointment. I wfllte: Counterpane, are I Ladles- Walking BkirtaA A
arIall im. tae QOr
/loijeg{ yesterday the little finger afternoon on his whereby right hadd ie EXhibition rorth $1.25 at......... iJOv worth 15.50, at.....-..,i..?sOU ,

Nichols was gathering some roots n :Wonderful oliHypnotisms,
_, I!th| woods In the rear of his home,
1'II'fen! he stumbled and fell, ttrlkli g
!aii hand on the sharp edge of a brok-1 I Isidor Cohen & COI
SatilrdayMolldo lei*beer bottle. The little finger Pf panyt'
yJune |hl| right; hand was almost'completely !

I te(wards Bred close amputated to the hand Nlcholith and..* *f-s 3 312th Street Miami, Florida .

I piece of glass and says he is do I ,
IA,| to keep It as a souvenir of the ac4ROMIER Do not fail to see J
16th and 18th J d!enL I I

jlly..etMetlta Professor 0. B. Sawyer PIPE,, DREAMS THAT COME TRUE|
.. means, oaf. I He can afford to smile If an his
I pipe, trap and drain are li good j
In hi* demonstrations of II '
I repair. H2s); his

+ Moses. Child's. iMensShoes For Sale Cheap Life Death and the FINE PLUMBING
When; we offer barLa4Ies J. dream would turn to a'' nll tmare.
; Strings her 7be careful that DO'dew.dropa
Resurrection from your ceding and BO''
gains we make it INESS-Rental property descr sudden crop of boiler leaks avail yen'
eel as follows: Lot 75x100. S. W. C r.. p Send for a* when you (want expertplumbing
4 Aenue H and 6th street. Impro amRnt. in and the .
Song EnglUb. at low rate Fin *t aan.lItary
12 pair of ladies white tanra* .. Two 3 rental cottag s, Soldiers
room
interesting Cuban Dance. CakeWalks old
work
on,new and Job i quickly -;: ,
... oxfords, are reduced
75c one 2 story bulld1D1b30. 2 itoreJdawn ..
and other demonstration, -r Jon '
from f 1.25 to;....... stairs. Dance hall on second .
of Men', all in the Hypnotic state. : : : H. F. SCRUGGS A
Big t Boy C 6dor. Insurance carried ".000. 11 __ CO
12 pair of ladies' Cam as Ox. a-
andchildren'shatsat..k "
; : ford. reduced fro $1.75 01 or addressI j'I Auditorium Tues.June 19 AVENUE D
Four pair*_of Men'**6x 2Sc and$LS5 to per pr. 1.00 I: G. W. O'NEAL ,.
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35c. Admission 25c
Sixth Street Miami Fla Reserved seat
Four pair of ladies hose 25r Slightly soiled, tha :. all. T BITTY BRO'T'HEFSMachine |

""for-.il..j'; ;....,..... One lot of child' three. strap j I

Bier lot of necktie...... to...25c reduced Patent from Leather$I.25 Slipper tda NOT EVERY DAY
Jo at..rr.. YpUT; ShopRents
-- pair.... ........ f'f
Big lot of Men'a and Boy' i-j

'-rCanrea'cut.'Leather Shoe high sole and. low One Patent lot of Leather the Sit per-s strap: in'F" I Granulated Sugar, per pound .,. . .5c for the New Era Gas Engines. Gasol nt"ahd

# ....- 40c size of 12 to tau educed White Bacon per poond . . ... .10 Me kerosene, engine' repairing, a; SPECIAL

n l : ,from tovVe ....$1.75a.. ......pair....... r 1QJ5c 7 bars Oct. Soap .j. . . . .i.:2Sc: I > General Repair Works

I Fresh Efts,per dozen. .'. . .r.;> .20c '
.' t u t' have one lot of Me '.wbtindlow' EVENTH STREET S.- MIAMI. FL0R1DA
1 Choice Lemons, per dozen. .. . .',". .20c
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t It an' and see.,ear SOc Shirts.Shirts Canvas Shoe high

', $1.50 cut. Reduced to......from..... $$1.00 Cot prices on another foods at i! Southern Marble, &' Stone; Co., :

_, .* S.HOGAN STREET./ACKSONVIuVK.
Grocery
Armstrong Company HMMIauarter.for

We this counter,lot red of ed'Ji ahirt. i on Da-"nt Building Stone Marbfe( etc:,
:
j from$1 and*C' 75e rf i to.f* ffi./SOC-. Lot reduced of''''Men'from" 1"pant$3,, to. $225 MOSAIC/ AND ,TILE\ WORK '

Our entire line of Kenr.$1.25 I II
FOR FLOORS. BATH ROOMS MANTELS ETC.
I and$1.00Lion brand shirt Men' pants reduced '
tot 75c Rare bargain are from SZSOto. .. $.. 1.75'!; OMMMKi* rf OtaCTM.t,? f MUn ff. n.J.> etc., 7
the**. Exactly what we 'r -
D..zcsUsdP.ctuti.s .
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ttmdt.Lofton
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paid for them aid in ISc )tspantsred need $1.50 r.ur1I'.e ,
big lot...:.._;.. :.... ,!.,._ -
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The Miami hoeo. .. ,. ,: Across The Shop River.
Carries! as many pa.srngr >: d lI1b. itn.rc hillgtr.: ju t aid
fa.t: uses Itsii gas.r,1inc a tire : i is utcr at u n.urr caiiliHis I'
contri-llctl: jut-t as hixurle ; and! coiiifortaUIr: and l co: >tv > I Will repair your engine on :short noti e.
for than ma car :l li.it scii hlr ,It.l tie ur trc-
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Opposite the Express Office, Miami, 10rida biiit o !'!'..... :' Stn for the If.'.' Lc".k tint tcilwhy II IIo Expert Gas Engine Men. j! \\e ca ry Jfc.

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._ cI\' q: mo. coils plugs, batteriesvi e,
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1 screws, switches ; ..
E. A. Rohinson
Miami Automobile13th Co. .

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t Is the Quality and I : It is the quality and

the Price that make Everything For Thenouse the price that male;


,our goods popular I, our geese popular I II

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M Ir nd Mn, n '. Hughes'! an Office'Phon.. 35 11. |M. : ,KING 'Phone 68 lu'Iwli.'.\ 1 I\0 t last; ruh' t<, Coluuwius-". O.
Most Any I :re |IH\ ail: si" uI! !soil!' time r
tnd Embalmer I aIb I 1. lati\tK fled tanner fri-rul!*
Undertaker
i I lot XI : Hiuht-s:; Their baby lltltnZP
a I \\as i I.' ,,: .I vfsterl.iy Just after thee 1 }y t
DAY I 1300 A ENUE D ij niarrla of Mrs Hushs'; Mr.IN: )
RESIDENCES: 9 7th STRcJl I Blacks! 'n. Rev llluclviiian performing v1 rot
tile sacBROI ...1! unliname fa.
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+ Is apt to be one on which I SIER will collect your rents '

you will have to purchase ( .Ilersollal! 4Il'i; oks ) I FurnjfeheJ rooms at summer prices. .

:..... r 313 lltji street_ Thre Girt ;Peach Peaches*aa4 .

I -- Mr. E erect G. Se"'ellieft last night
A I i lUll Annie Berry, of OJus. spent Absolutely pure. Goes twice as i t[for Ho Springs, where he will make Peach! Mellow
yesterday in'the'city. .!r'a stay o a week before going to Green- Did yJ rcr elm ft? Much Praise is
.,' Vanilla.rr. ville. 1l., where he will be wedded to Goes riP to that thbety"k"'ouc0et
WEDDING'GIFT Mules and horse for hire at the 111- I',I Miss A&ell' Waite on the 2Tth Inst. spot aad n o Bestowed
ami Transfer Stables. Itor of the R E. C. Railway Co., was Several friends In this city will attend u To*
here yesterdfy on business for the i I the welding. After the marriage cart kc4.t- yea upon the Norma llartlnes Cigar by
!: Mr. F. W. Hahn returned this mornIng company re urning to the north lastSEE Mr.and Kirs. eSwtll will spend the re- casA Jrkali too mock.OKOU those who smoke it regularly. And It
from a business trip to Jackson night I'I malndei of the season at popular resorts CAI& raON deeevves all of It No better cigar waa
ville. in the north, returning to MiamiIn ever sold for C cent {>The quality
MR*. McALLJSTEE-BECK I the early fall. I is| uniform and excellent Many at
9 Cottage to rent APPly 1307 Avenue ABOUT REAL ESTATEThe doable the proce are not nearly so
VWell D Type rttlDj done at the Ifetropoll good.
I members of the Biscayne Orchestra 1 office a reasonable rate Acm'Bc fifl cgWotks But that Is only one good thing ta
Mrs HaroldSjMtrom. of Hallandale returned this morning from this stock ofCIGARS
be ready for you when came dow hs morning and will re .Fort Lauderdale, where they went yeserday -I Board of Trade Tonight Sixth Street, w tae tM EMlsq AND 'TOBACCO
toJa,. to plaj for the dance which was All numbers of the Board of Trade "
the with the : To mention an would require more
day comes right [held at the beach pavilion In connection .should ttend the meeting tonight u command. PerhapeIt
'at RIGHT PRICES Breeder want to Ilat yew erepetty with tbe'barbecae.Huyen Preside it Prout who recently return space than we
the
Goods It will be sufficient to say that the
i _____ led, from a lengthy business trip north
cigar, cigarette and pipe' smoker can
.. j&colates will ad( ress the organization anj explain
cl and bon bons, "
Mr. B. B. Tatum leaves tonight! on I get here anything he wants
f,lly recent developments and
., a business trip of several weeks to SO cents perfpound, at Biscayne DrugStore m
r I the prcipects for a continuation ot
the North and West.
the bar x>r Improvements In this harbor .

MAYNARD &SON Those desiring' carriage hire win Dr. P. T. ..Skagg and Mr. E. von business. of importancewill ,a 16.. r ; HAYES: f

receive prompt and first- class serviceby Moser leave son the long journey tu
Germany ton bt. Mr. von Moser having jther The Man
applying to Mrs Arnold 301 llth AT ALL pRUOQirr Cigar
f' ,riURa said OmCIAfMstofflo Street 'Pbone 150. closed np his photograph business. LOST ,
Both men hive agreed upon making bead purse, containinggold I OPPOSITE Horn. ISCAYNI
MUwUHsrdaI Mrs. Chas Ingraham and little child, the trip one Bf pleasure as well as of watch with monogram. Finder I .
business, 1, will receive reward by returning t>>
from Silver Palm yesterday
came
i up W. C. DeGarmo, 1210 Avenue C. -
morning returning this morning. 1- J. B. Hawkln B. L Laaeeter J. L Lummue
Woodmlil pr tale good profits and
Mrs t'}. McAIIbter-Deck small invest" rattler want t* 11* yew prepsrty
ROSSIEM will collect yew rente.The Co. tent J. H. Tatum A !liquor The Miami Grocery Co.

Forged [ Order
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dance announced for tonight at
.. Real l' Estate There was[fen Informal party at the A negro named Sanders was arrested
the Fair building has been postponeduntil
home of Mils Lulu McLendon last I yesterday afternoon by Deputy,Sheriff> Staple and racy Groceries
night..Wanted
Monday night Dr. Lelnl and Mr. Yarborough Gore oq the charge of forgery,. the offense FRUITSaod VEGETABLES

Rentals. Insurance' Cloaar oottoa rag at tats delighted th | company with guitar consisting of forging orders' purported ,:
aad mandolin selections, and the io be signed by Pierre Titus
canoe company Our stock 0 groceries is complete and we think we can supply
f enjoyed a dance on the wide on C. HI| Watson for liquor. Several '
the i.
about in baking line. Our aim i to hasp
I everyt lJIg required
;Office l "elebelt Bldg. Lumber, fertilizer, furniture an* veranda. | orders ,were forged and yesterday I only the beu clakscf j-rcceries and our prices on tbem'win be
when
tfce offense was discovered tno
heavy freight bandied by the Miami I found to be right. Goods delivered promptly to ant part of the
Have registered for officials) were notified anj during the I
Suite No. 2. 320.1-2.,12th St.lilE.RAGKEL.STORE. Tranafer Co. In any part of the conn term at yong Conservatory summer' of afternoon Sanders was taken In cus city. Our fr lit and vegetable stock: always 'reah. Give us a call

ty. Music? | tody. JHe will be given a hearing, this
BROSSIER. means REAL ESTATE lam 1 afternoon. or' tomorrow.Anythln Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami Florida: +
Miss Adel Moody and alater,lett I I
I last night fof a two months' visit yon want done, ma.Walka.11 ,
Miss Grace Byne leaves tonight for with friends jpt Bartow. That town sewerage, landscape gardening' :
.. Daytona for a weeks' recreation. She has many representatives In Miami, built lands cleaned. See Fred RutterL I
IS ruLpL&cLaces la,thewell known -Central." and ha tnd each season sees them returningfor Miami I
earned her vacation. a vacation' or visit among the old I '
i B friends There are many people wno can
Skagg cottage on Avenue C. for -- read human nature In the line of the
rent to November lit finely furnish BROSSIER hand. (They tell to their own satisfaction RA'Iian
meats lava uvewwnts
aadEmbroideries ed. for 25.00 a month. J. H. TatumA Vhat kind of a person carriesthe JUST !

; Company., hand There are others who can
i For Sale -jt- Well established mercantile tell
a man by the war he holds bin
Mr. W. I. Metcalf left last night for bnslnlJM".. paying |290 a month head. {There are others who can tell
his home in West Palm Beach after gross profit for about WOO on easy by the I penmanship what kind of a
spending yesterday In Miami. on bus terms. J. l|. Tatum Co. person he I.. and In each case there la
iness.Huylers. much truth.
I I Mrs. E. W.a. Parrish, who has been
We do not want to:buy un- Did ytm ever atop to think that you
you visiting MrMWffl Gaotler at Herkln- if don't find what
chocolate and bon bons,1 can tell a arm by 1U advertising !you ,]
: II you Investigate. We do not 80 cent per pound, at Biscayne: Drug! er cottage te. last week leave tonight Study the ada In this paper and you
Store. for her home at West Palm will be surprised how true life tie
to
*y. to see how much we can I Beach. Mr., Parrish who has been in are. This, la a better teat of our theory ) !you want tell us of your requirements ;

'get out of you, but add a living Mr. H. S. Elliott who hal been here the city attending the county school than any thing else. Ton know
arranging to have the census of Dade I board meetlnf, will also leave for his the merchants: and you CIA Judge BOW and
profit\ what the goods cost us county taken left last night for Tal! home tonighSomething far wrong we are. we can cornel
lahassee. : There are the firm who hare>>MII la
." ". j eWe A new way to wrap business a long time and hare a fair near supplying them I
; j. ... Kart1n's' Shooting Gallery 11 offerIng Ice oream. ,'TheT, call It the Sayso business at a good )profit They are pretty '
WI: SELL EVERn'HINa- a good Winchester rifle for .tie way. Ton gight to try one and you satisfied<<; to let things-take their coarse 1
WAND BELL IT CHEAPER- highest score during the month of.; will aayso too.- Martin ha* them at Their ad tells that they can be found;
June. Six shot for 15 cent the shooting kallery,on Avenue Dnear at the same old place and their !
f1 .Chaile &, Son1211'A 11th steeet, B' are th.'same aa usual so there It nol I! .
> -, .., : GROT COTfAG S'zrd' :MBihxeALuaTERpU use to change the reading hence their| c
r iaw DMll.inl. PIaS .' .,. Dollar andfa half book, containing ad atanda the same all the year, and No. 151 Three lots on Ave, D at $500 each terms halt cash
+ full description .San Francisco earth year after :year.
aad It CMt-AaMZ.. .at U1S lye IX. it r. Geerge L.. Braining returned to quake and fit. *. Katie Sonles. Cocoa- There1 are other firms who make I No. 153. Two Iota on Avenue ,D and South Wake" street
... West Palm Beach last night after a ant Grove IlL| < sensational runs of prices below .I! unimproved.No. price 1800() each or both for$1500.

days': rtsrt-,here in* the Interest of >: ,., ---- cost price and when yon read it you j!
the school at that place. look at once for the hook for yea know 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 caab,.,
.G.AWJjc. 'M: YINCENTr.I : -- f..if' Mrs-HlH. Bradwellt It Is a |bait ban? BO maa can sell balance in one year. There i.a little house on this place which
4MMIw4weurta A-1st ywr r'17 goods below coat males he make It I '
Ptiysicwin and Surgeon ,, t.JII .9l'1 up some! other 'ways' pays $lbO pf r annum., Property, will, make a rood businesi site. ,I

... ,,)fr. McGee connected with the establishment Them 1* the arm with the etch No. 155. We can recommend this as good' investment' On
Female Diseases a Specialty o of John Sewell Bra, la Date Millinery "We :want your six hoaeee in the
there c&odition.
Buffering from blood poisoning In his! : '' That wa* a fool thing to JDODeY'-j this propert are good yearly
p.eu.u.Ph.sI: + rotoils.rawtwa faint'li ;able to>>. be op and about Dry Cocx ; Huey.; Notions, the nJ(: it was rna showed rental amoi nts to $720 and the price is only,$4750 with $12M)

Res'idence'aV. 14th St 'S Fashionable Dressmaking wa new rat la DID advertising Held tired It I, cash and ba ance in annual payments of $500.
RHAL wu 'everybody wan
I Office:'room_ .. '4_,...S./Hatchett.. _. ._ ,,_Bldg.,. TEH-BKC9C., ESTATE: : MRS.. .McALUS- ;. Cal| and Inspect! /and the1]paper did not want to made II) No. 156. One gad two story home facing the bay and 3.'
It any longer. (Then that arm
valuable lot for $3200, term. $700 cash and balance to' suit I ;
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,:; > r .- -- -' a change of front and advertised that
they would M order made to tat
any
r i -I : tff catalongue house for C cent lest than No. 158. Three four room two story, cottages price for the

_ : ... ,\: :. .' 'v' ": &,,1 It eoa14'lie delivered from Chicago. three, $3000 Will sell separately. We caa give. very liberal-
buy Everybody amid It could not be done terms on the ;e. Ask tor them. '
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R !'/ but the dim mad good their promUe
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tiTypewriter \ and thai It always tb test of vain ofajrertlslatvTheir I No. 159A new two story residence, lacing the bar, just

t'I. ;" I ad hare beea of' outside the<;ity on the Biscayne Drive. Price$2500,; with terse
I. 1)) ', I the kind that It take very little effort ''
of $800 dow baL $300 It Ton>want something
l.J ,..! J 1J for the mind of the observant. Intelligent per annum. new
i.l: f! .. ; reader and buyer to see that and attracti e, this is the place to buy.
they an up to date and leading la

Watch This their MIAMI One.,HARDWARE: COMPANT.' '

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SMITHS Groc Rca Estateand; Rental Agents
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-. ; ..... I." I FOOD EXHIBITION I NMILAN r I I j _A
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1. .: ,, \ ISLAND CITY I Milan. June 15-The special exblbl-[

?professions I un of foods! and beverages. In confcec-
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NEWS AND NOTESMANY on with! the International Exhibition .
-'> Skirts [
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'IW both opened here on April 15, Bras'
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,.mt'rl<'ans. the moat interesting | art |i
f the Exhibition! and there are]ore I
a.ttaron. 3e: Eravsaig. REALTY TR SACTIONS
raerlcan exhibitors In that s Ionban .

ATTORNEYS AT LAW FILED FOR RECORD frtllCH DAMAGE In :any other In the entire ibl- I

W 111 prtcttoe la all eoarta. .ana Fttfen. STO M ALONG ion Includes all kinds of food prod acts !i
BY
IJNIalIacU1UH'or uUlla1qaD4 pr7.wq DONE 'reserved and canned guide ol r''nds. all
laud TUlU. SOUTH tEACH FRO ,T meats, vegetables and frilts, Grand Skirt Sale at
# O.BOXKT. MI.... Fla. Iso various appliances used In 1 the
jkarlous prvservinp and canning In. I a

H. SEYMOUR .$ ,.. ATKINSON lust ries. American manufacture s of
food products are unusually well |rep. I.
eymour & Atkinson Metropolis Burean t'sented They are seeking to ohtalai "-

L Attorneys and Key We June 14.aptrs foot hold In the Southern Markets
.f Europe, to nake up for their lasses
Counselors At Law. The following legal have
n the German mark ts..Aft .
ciao ittratioi to civil pnctlc*la all courttSuu !been filed: W.M.Burdin
\ Mtt Fatenl Elizabeth Plndc et i a to Richard

Room 5, 7.Friasell BldgMiami Peaeon. pt tr 6, $100. ORDINANCE.! t .

John Lowe, Jr., and tfe. to F. E.

G. A XWorleyAttorneyat C. Railway Co. known s lots 1 ana .. An ordinance to amend Ordinance an ordinance 1
entitled "An to
;: 2. sq IS and 1 anj 2.q 9, Lady Park Amend! Section 1 of Article XVltt, of One lot white and polka dot ducjc i.I 98 Don't Miss this Sale f
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Law and Pablo Beach, $40,00 the Ordinances of the City of Mla il" skirts, worth 2.50 now. .
Mary A. Navarro et 1 to Santas passed 17th day of Jane, A. D.,,11897. J
310J. TwdUthSt.a; 'ami. Florida V. Vile lot 6. s ,in the fire district .1.I 98 "
and
Charles L. Knowles ommissloner, for providingjpnnishment | 2.50 value now. . . f
lo :2. 22,; violations of this ,[ordi
Geo. M. Bobbins to Richard Peacon. pt square
IU7.". i i nance. | lot brown and linen skits tuck '
One H.
TKuv11I Fla. \ Sophia Coning and hu s and to BenJ.i Be It ordained by the Council off the

Attorney' and Counselor A. Russell lot 13 sq 7, t 7, $535. i City of Miami Florida: an and panel effects, nine gore .1.98 I

At Law \ Tropical Building andt InventmeatiJ.E.Berg. : Section 1. That Section 1 of ordinance 2.50 value now. . . .. .
p Co. to Dr, Chas. E. Rpberts, lot 4.! entitled: "An ordinance to
WDiTactics Ia an CoIIrta" Suu u4 amend Section 1 of ordinance to t
PM\ square 1 tr. 19, $ZOO. i an One lot pleated circular flounce,
amend Section 1 of Article XTItt. of 2 48
Tropical Building ancf Investment!
the beautifully made $3.00. now. .
Ordinance of the City of Miami ,
Co.; to J. Markovlti an I Fanny Ripa -! One lot plain black ..stainless
Hudson & Boggs lots 1S, 22. 23. 29. 0, and 37 of, be and the same I* hereby amendeJ to
t K6 $3.000.' i read as follows to-wit: One lot plain Drown linen skirt I 25 worth 12 l-2c now 3pr. for. .

Attorney at Law Ben. Cary and wife I ) Joseph De-! Section 1. That there shall b* ana 1.75, now . . . . 1!
rTownley' Miami Florida merest, lot 4, sec. 18, ti G6. range 311; the same is hereby established a dla- One I lot plain 1 black hose, stain lOc I
Building, trlct section or portion of they city
east, Containing 48 acre $400. j of Miami to be known as the ?FireDistrict' One lot misses' white linen fInI h and P. less, 15c value, noW . .
Jake\ Ibovltz the oval street K. skirts 1 175 and 2.50 no*/ i
of said city, which said tTIre
P. ,. BUMS. X. D.. steamer merchan Wednesday,' returned on V T the>lie away Mallory he]!; District" shall embrace all that] POT $1.25 and. . . . .. I .98 On? lot plain black hose, stainless I8c20c

.'. Oman wttk...Otes 1'UnaMJ.' Isited.. On natUBaltln ore. Philadelphis -, lion of said city described luiiowi: 25c value now 4., . .
Blocks 105. n.. 106 n., 115 a; US n. Our entire line of all wool, Including volls,
aasla.aa.14ta sMlWt and New York, In (he Interest of !
116 122 123 124 125 ,
n. n. n
IL. n.
_rAft 0 his, business V all of said blocks being according to mohairs. English serge and novelty One lot lace hose In black white

1LIAHI. rLOBlDA The antocrlpuoif for t le erection: of! the plat of said city, made by X- !.. suitings at a discount of 25 f per cent. and tan, 35c value now. . .
the ben tower and strike has rea'bedi.t Knowlton, C. R. and now of record r
Jackson Jr. the present date\the i um of $844 in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
M.
Dr. James The Ught Guard vBai elected th One lot fine lisle double heel and toe-lri.
Court In and for Dade county,!Fla. Sale of Fine Laces
following officers at tBer annual elec the same being bounded as follow*: black, white and tans 50 cent '00

Office Comer 124 St and Aw.B Ion a few days ago: On the north by 10th street; on the value 3 for. . .;. . .. .
Opposite IIaIQoa IIaI president; ia m Hail.vice! east by Avenue "C": on the south by W eave added to our I lace s .le I of f I last I

.Boars}to fii(7IO'S i. a.ky resident.;\Krmaa'elueo.trea H. L 1Ii IU, sccjetaryArthur Bertl t "E"14th, street all of: said on the boundary west by being Avenue( according weekto line of black ace 5 One lot black and white lace 48c.

I Lloyd, property man; rtTl r Ingraf to plat as aforesaid: H 12 l-2cnow; . . G lisle, value 75c now . . ,
ham, drum major; Pro Em worth Sec. 2. That It shall be unlawfulfor '
DR. W. .B, RUSH. leader; S."t..Whalton. assistant leader any person to move or cause to A line of val laces worth 3c to 5c per One lot brilliant, lisle ace hose. 68c
1 q} The Catholic Wife So ety was eI1'': be moved, any souse of any nature 15c and 25c black white value .00. (
yard now oz. yards now.
Offlo ttT-Jitt stree'Pbo s,.. .t the residence of Mfcs Lottie ferJ whatsoever, whether built of wood or per ,

Residan3e,108 Kh 8$. lahon on,Grinnell stre ; Monday e other material within or aero+; said '

a c r' .LAYI.FLA. sing _, "Fire District" without first procur-
I The high winds whlclSaturday prevailed lasy tag permission from the city {noun ,
and Sunday aused hear*. cil of the city of Miami with the approval \ 1
sea to roll in on the Jouth Beach;! of such permission by the mayor
W. M. Burdine. 316 and 318 12th St.
J. ". F. Mullett M. D. bulkhead Considerable at La damage Brisa.*' t A done number to thij ol;, Sec3.ot said. city.That any person violating j I ,

Offloe: Rooms S and 4 mall boats moored off :be beach wert; the provisions of this ordinance] shall t
FriueU Building driven up Simonton s eet opposlti. be punts ed by floe not exceeding $100
Bonn 10 a. m. to IS m. S to 6 p. n. he steps of La Brisa. or by Imprisonment in the city Jailat .
Residence 141, 10th street. For several hours S nJay morning hard labor not exceeding 60 days or I
the waves, broke over the bulkhead| by both such fine and Imprisonment I I1M II
FRED'RUTTE and the spray was th own over thtj In discretion W the court. t' Martfs Oysterand Chop oust
roof of the bath house at this resor ) Sec. 4. That a)' ordinance or part
i The contract for rep irlng the Ba ]' of ordinance Ik conflict "with the f
General Contractor. list Church on Eaton reel has bee; provision hereof bf and the came are Meals at all Hours

,GradingW awarded to Messrs. Ingleton an] hereby repealed.Passed J :
BluUn. Bethel, who were the I west bidders] this 7th daV of June,l A. D., Oyster by plate quart or gallon.

.II Drilled Sld.walk rue steamer Nubia rrlved Sunda;, 1906. I M iaU served at all hour 41012th Street, ML mi, Florida
from Germany with a cargo of 5,00; F. H.: Wharton,
barrels of cement Jor ''he railroad e* President of City Council. ,
W._ ,C.. Maynard, tension. The cement isbelng stor Attest: M. R. KelltnnX I I nvestigate Before: Inve
,GRADUATEIOPnClAN In the brick warehouses in the ) City Clerk. I ,ting
ranis. (Seal)
With' MaynardA4s; Son.Jew.i.r.Ae.aMD Approved this 7th day of June, A. Wind PowerHas *

S zt to hat Pffle lall1' D.. 1906. |\
Fortunate Mis urlans SewellA
John been adopted by the best people of the country aa the
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GEO. L. MCDONALD MaJOr. cheapest power for raising water. Note the people Who have
When I a' drt gglst. at LJvolla
was them, they could have steam, and hot air too If th< want
Cld b&I1'U ga. y
Mo., writes T. J. Dwyer now K FOR B CENTS FOR 10JCTS
ed it I handle the beat mill made and make a specialt r ot this
..,..,....W Sudladfal LaidtCOCOAKUT a .,..,..It! GraysTiile, Mo. "thre< of my customers -
business and with mechanism lhat I hare
been
ist
were permanent; cured of eoi-- Match Boxes Comb and Brush Cases my pump ; j ""4'
OBOVZ., FLA gumption by Dr. Ethj'4 New DlscoTerjrand Box Toilet Soap Mincing Knives gfranted a patent on. I will guarantee double the c ipacity,
: A. B. C. Plate Mead I Forks value and life of any wind mill outfit. Any infringeme it. will
are well and strg today.
C. DNAHMO8rohltoOt. Oae Jellie and Pie Plates j
WALTER was trying to sell hi s property aid prosecutes }
Broiler or ToastersCake f
more to Arizona but ifter using Nen
Turners
Pudding Pan
Discovery a short tl: le he found bll
,, unnecessary :to do 54. I regard Dr.. Ink Scoop Glass Lemon Steak Squeezer Pounders -. H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove, Florida.jntractors .

:1210 ATC. C Miami. Fla King* New Discovery U the moll I Mucilage Rolling Pin ---
wonderful. medicine.In existence"; Stove Polish Knives!; Fork
Surest Conch and qold cure s}d Blacking Towel, Racks la a4 take a tort at
time, drop
The House Throat and Lung healr. Gnaranteta
Chapman Cob Pipes Scrub Brushes
CHAPMAN. Prop.* by all ilragglita *04 and $1. Trial Pint Cup Basting [Spoons our 8m BB. of Woolen.' Doat Bw AND Property 'O nm
F.W.
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I bottle freay, | Strainer r p&' DII pIM1.
..... IUI .. tile ws.lGw.u Mops I
.......ay.Sp._
an. ora trio Lass Funnell Vhlsk Broom*
n .n..aoata .4 Pal1.. luck,a lb.rnu TEN THOUSANDKENTUCKIINS I .JOHN SEMfltti A MOBMJijnarttn
=.. Co.. uaJ.a...tile pt.saK .... I If you don't want to SAVE MONEheWJ7AM
.... IIoI&UMri I1o I TO J wart TlDoi+
.1.4 wlmMc far ifStt
If
f WO.. jio come to
GeM kuUmr, baatklag. you ,
( D.lray. Florida DANE i 1 Tt4.M! fft4.st. Sttiear.i ...
I IF Loulsvine, Ky Jun IS- t, :
J Daniel Boone-Day I ar the great dr Co.

; A.W. Graham of the home coming eel The tf u .,
i principal features of the day will $e t Burkhartx

Contractor and Builder the grand pageant aid monster ball \ and building ftuteriiL ,M
bar Loug
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Satisfaction at the Armory whlcl will follow immediately \
Gmaraflttwd.Expert after the p rade. j LOCK AND GUNSMITH rinds
of
t.,, The pageant will ,, portray the .lir. Telloi Pine and Cypress all

q IAI. as..It Igars to is. .,'..t..w.ltt... sae had a peril.yN W tier I ferent ,epoch of Ke$itncy history fjs Expert Repairing Ve also sell Lime Brick ((4 kinds), Cement, ash Doors
I wI1 san.M_yr.o..tia att. Mla.Lriai fourteen float Th* ft t win represent C M1AM .
1113 AVENUE
( the aboriginal period. 1770. when Kantncky s ...
was in the poskeslon of the In .
Typewriter dians. The period o adventure, ifgo requires J .

will be represented bx the second flQat
;r: Repairing which will show the idvent of Daniel Miami Meat. \ "- -.== ) .

Boone. The third ti Mean represent- F .
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;304 9th St. P. O. Box 311 show the conflict fo -'the supremacy MarketT.
of the race, The i teriOd of Tiet..,.. '
I 1800 will be represen ed In the foutth Chase & HIiO

; ;; Emil A. Efunann tableau and It.wUl be followed Eby And Lob 'of Other ,Item* .too Humerou A. Feaster, Prop. Chase & Co
other tableaux; representing the period *to mention to be found at the
of settlement,'ltl0; covemm.t, + > .
} Architect
!t 1S20; agriculture, 18: >; Indn.tlTl'.O. 5 &' I IOG Variety StoreNo Miami Welt Palm Beach SUCCESSORS TO'
Vest Palm Beads Florida education 1850;hero m. Is60; sdeice FixeFRUIT
CHASE ft HARMET.lQC
1870; culture. 18SO and so on. Ii : .
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1017 Avenue D Miami. Fla.
The ball will be h< Id In the armor> -
Merritt&Kolb and it is expected hat fully 1000people I f Floridaand I AND Accident
and
will dance on that occasion VEGETABLEPACKERS

Red Estate, Rentals, etatstates will be the neatest ,ball ever held]in I Money TO tan Western {I I I
Ma..ged this State and the me st elaborate preparations t Tornado
have been i ade to Insuresuccess. -.:;!!.
Are..C, near 12th St. Miami. Fla. The Jan Ing floor Is :t.O 1 1I Cash Dealers la f

feet long and 200 eet wide, gtilng Meats Crate Insurance

DR. E. M. LAW 54,000 Allowing.quare ten squar feet < dancing feet to space etch I On Shnrt or Long "lime '

(couple at least 5,0ft couples wilt' be Material
DENTIST able to dance at the same time mak Easy Pa}ments Mail orders receive prompt FIDELITY BONDS
ing a total of more han 10,000 danceas. 1 attention
Finley Buj .ing' There will be two bands onjj to 1317-1319 Avenue D Putin ui luehoS8:! ,
Artistic Work Thoroughly furnish the dance m isle, the othe to ILmi Elier (Dock OLDEST .AGPHCY IN MIAMI
Ea.ot.ted : Phone 28 Miami. Florida East End
I play promenade mjsic between he Dade Go. Security Co
WItS the Meat Modern Appliance dances. ,


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,, 'In' facft; many: .articles' in' broken sizes, old( lots, and parts, of pieces will be thrown on our counters to .

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$1.60 Work yndlcate prk5e'"'............ 1.29 LADIES'HIGH TOP SHOES
Shoes $00 White T innls syndicate price...... 1.19 Boys Shoes $300: Extra nee syndicate price:...;...;$&/&; '' "
75e Black Tenils, price........ 520, 1350 Extra fine syndicate price....... 2.41
...... syndicate '
1.500 W. L. Douglas High Top ShoeI $3.11 U.OOW.; L. Douglas high top syn. price.$249 $3.00 Extra Fne. syndicate price.......$,.*
r f ".00 W. L. Douglas High Top;.Shoes...-.+2.tll $350 W;;L D mglas Oxford, price.... 2.1511. $2.50 Extra fine, syndicate price....... 1.79
$3.50 W. L. Douglas High Top Shoes... 2.69 $3 00 W. L. D uglas Oxford?! syn. price., 2.39 $260V., L. Douglas high top. price...... 1.89
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$3.00 8: L. Douglas High Top Shoes. 249
$:XO V.'. L. Douglas High Top Shoes..... 1.89 $%.50 White 0 for j. syndicate price...... 1.99 $%.00 ,I H01t1 school high top. p'a price.,. 1.48 Ladles X I or d S
i $245 Hart's High Top Shoes, syn. price.. 1.69 ..... $ .50 Extra fine, syndicate .......
$%.00 White 0| ord syndicate price. 1.69 f 1.75 Serviceable high top syn. price..... 1.29 : .price 1.78
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$L75 OH! Grain Brograns syn. price. 1.69 : $:.00 Extra fine, .......
I $100 Work,.syndicate.price.............. 1.69 $2.00 High Ton Shoes....3* .. ......... 1.69 IU51Knock, About, syndicate price...... Mo $150 Extra fine, 'syndicate syndicate price.price......, 1/48 1,18Graphophone


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.......,..$4.74 .
t f 6 00 Tronsers .syndicate. price .
I '.i-OoTrronsert'I, 'syndicate- "'price........ 337 ... i Durable Elastic( Seam Drawers, D rice.... 4te
: price.......... 3.16 's Elastic I Seam Drawers, price. 69e
Tronsers syndicate Panama Hats Felt
t. $4W IUO.-Troasers,*tyudlctte>price......:... tS, ," Hats3crivee syndicate price........:;24eC5c .
$UO. Tronsers. syndicate, price.!....... 240 .... << Undershirts syndicate price........ 4.c75c
$3.00''Trousers syndicate price : $2. 8UO $20 Genuine I mama HaU o-n: price.iaOOprice. $3,50j Special lot lien's Felt Hate.,11.76 Undershirts, syndicate price....... Me
ti $ Tronsers syndicate price:. ,1.69 f1 $%.60lspeelal Lot )len'. Felt Hats....... 1.50 7 fie Undershirts, heary syndicate price. 39e
$2.00'Tronsers. syndicate'pike..........,17L25 $15 Genuine Panama Hats, i fD- .... 7.&0' $200 Special Lot Men's Felt Hats........1.25 I Lot $125 to L50 stiff bosom Shirts.... 69e
$ ,Blue and Grey Trousers, price........ Me $12 Genuine F nama Hats, :-yD. price.6.00, $1.50 Special Lot )len'. Felt Hats........ 1.10 1 Lot $2 Negligee Shirts, syn. price.,....1395c
69.
>4 TIc 40c Mechanic Boys' Overalls Overalli syndicate syndicate-price.price...... 29eUe tk .,.. -- 75c Special Lo Men's Felt Hats..:.... *9c : : and 35c Suspenders, syn. price...... 22c
10 Genuine
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ma 6.00.
'& Oreralls syndicate price:...'.!. 25c syn. price.! : All Men's Caps sold at 75e and 90c In this 75c Men's Neck.'Ties, syndicate price.... 4te
t:f :1.0-%5c.Bo.I'. Overalls' syndicate price.- .-.....-... .19e, $8 Genuine i ama Hats, ,.B.ft J..Prlce.'....... 4JM_ .. sale at sib each 75c Suspenders'ayndlcab- price..........'44c


; :, ; Lawns; Dimities s.l!Calicoes Gin gti i s, Madras;] Linens:'Embroideries. ," lace', Shirting- ,II' etc. i.'i

25 cent Ladles' white embroidered Belts 9. .,eOc and.50c flercerixed YWru.P. price......39o ; : r r i i iS i ,I
15+eent Boys' Shirt WaUls/syndlcata price 1Sa 40c and 35c<< lercerized Mldras, price..... 26e : EmbroideryAll Ladies' Underwear!;I
,40c= Boys' Blouses, syndicate price..40e. SOc and 25c lercerized >>;'draa. prlce....',11. 'patterns, ISc<< to 20c, syn. pricec
a '16e lien's soft'finish white handkerchiefs"til7esj .'75c EmbroIdered Swiss, tin... price.:..... 49e i All patterns 25c to 40c. syn. price?....13e 65c LOO<< Under Under Skirts Skirts whIte.white.r'n.syn.price pdce'o....:: .:Ito,
fJ rC50 Lace Curtains, syndicate prlce.A..UI. 12 1.2c .Wlhltfe Linen syolsprice.-/. $1.50 Under.Skirt: white, syn. price.... 9e
$in Lace Curtains, syndicate price.:?:'..'... 8c White In-ia-Linen syd;.price.;...... 6.18c : ', i I"w Val .' ... Mc-Drawers. syndicate price.............29.35c .'
$150 Lace Curtain, syndicate_pclct.,1.43: White India s Linen: i'yJL price :..::..:10.25c i Lace_ Drawers, syndicate price...............19e85e )
... ..... > 4 Drawers syndicate price............ B9e
H r $2D0 Lace Curtains' syndicate-price.- / 9ct White .en. sy .price.....::.'15.25c 10 ,12 1.% and 15c<< quality syn. price..... 9e
65c Gowns
<< syndicate price3k '
>d 8c Scrim, syndtcate.prkro......!. .', White 'I' ,sy! price.- ....._... 15.8e $1.00 Gowns syndicate price....;.... ... 89e o
)Ul-lc. Scrim, syndicate'price',......100 -' n, .rndJ t..prlce.i... 4.' : I $2.00 Gown*, syndicate Dricet.t9
.20e Scrim, syndicate. price. .....,..........;It. IS.,l-2. assorted:' colors. price... 9e : Ribbons I $1.25 Ladles' Corset Conn, syn. price.. 94.S5c .
GingDams : :! ... I' Ladies* Corset Corers, syn. price......
15e Fancy Lawn, syndicate price.. lie lOc syndicate.price{ :. 6t 65eUdles
: ;.:.:::.:.... .. ;:.: : .., 50eqnaUty| all colors, syn. price....... >4eS5 i i ie"Sc J
t &te1L tio"sjndia4e"price.:.:.... 10 '" k G lethim4"iyo prkt.. ..w............ 40 to 40c Quality all colors, aye price.... 24e20c i i ,,t
'\; Ready Made Suits. Skirts and
I 1Oc Arnold,Dress snk, syadlcate price.. 65e 12 l-2c to 156: Fancy Ginghams, syn. price. .quality. all colors, syn. price,. its Waists at a great,ndixtlenLadies' s
J =1AOjs11IsD BWc.qiartee, .'.i!)a,59., 3 12 1-Se,percX 1 rt4'widi,'syn! price.;.. 9. 1 j '
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$1.00.8111 Dot enes. syndicate price...... 49o25e Ii Goal White Tftle Darnask.'Jyn.'price"' ..... 39.60c "Ladles' Hose ;
'i SerUey c'JO.I.1'eut'f': 24e White :Title Damask,Jya .price...,.,.._29o40c J Corsets '
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j 2 c-'BftrUej.CanibrIc.10yard<< cut,;.,;.?.. 1 e.S5c White Table. Damask/yn. price.:........24a'; %OcIqU&1ItT.,! syndicate .13e35c Lot $1 to $1.50. syndicate price.......... We "%
;1 << Brilllantlne, all colors, syn. price.... 59o $1.35 Taffeta: Silk."all coI'T' yd. wide....$80' ',Quality, syndicate price. Lot 75c to 85c. syndicate price............ Sao

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Infant's dresses long I [ 50c to[$6.00 .. : Actual New YorkSEWELL'S cost ;

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-Charcoal I, 'HOUSEHOLD- tied ta a UK HINTS.and dropped M. J. ,Yarborough I. : Is Thp j Beginning Day i iI i

Into the ditern will purify the water. '
When lemons ban besom* bud and or'ahd Builder ;
-dry immen' them to cold water. Theywlq Contrac : I I i

.soon.. become practical quite mw eon. for and old readyto corks Baiid*t{of the Pal'I Beach dote II Yon can buy the following wen known goods so long as they last
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U Tie to make are also a low food fire kindling born up., and Empty reef House Moving| ,SpecialtyMiami at the following, prices. It wfll pay you to visit this sale: :as. soon ,
spools
4n tbef any abooU quantity.Cs be .allowed to accumulate: Florida ,I II I ::8S possible as the stock is limited and you will ,stand- better

cold boiled sweet potato for baiting I '" I We will list 'few New I II
rat or moose trap, and yon win ,. I chance of getting your size right now. [a

-or"find redbaits.I bacon It much rind. more or any effectlr of the than Urn cbeeM boo ,I I I,.; -I I I ':, York cost,prices which gives yon an idea how these goods will sell :,

'draperies conalder the six ,
buying !
of jour;;room.' Heavy. Imposing, wall one Miami j . ... ... .. .....3rC.5SC
Dukes a small room look stuffy out of 1ansfer Scriven's Drawers,were 75c at. .MC 75 cent Caps to goat t '

airy piact; In diaphanous a very II,hanging..room. arc I ElasticSeam.Drawenat :. . . .4Oc Scent Neckwear goes at. .. .:;.. .. '

1 wa Soda.r. should becan*nerer* If 'It be Is dissolved some of to not tile Company I lOc socks now .. . . . ....7C $ .$' salt Cases .. |;.. r. .. ... .$Z.5I r :

,pus .would.r.1 a.,theta greater' be amount liberated of soda andwMMed. 22912th street, Pb< ne No.157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 15c socks now. . . . .. ..fc $5JO. SlIt.. Cases .... ,.. .r... 0...075 :
'wdold .... needed to make good this and SUbta 11th streets Dear.A.e.. E, Phone No. 100 .
...... tban If.the soda wen dissertedta Garage IIC&adtachidsnow..,.. ... ...... 7c. $7" Sa LCases.... ..... .."... ..$541 I

cold water.S.mov. :' Horses, Carriages and 15c Handkerchiefs now ., .." . . TV 112.01.'[Trunks to dose ,at..sl.1/
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tb* meat from a knuekte, ofml ,Automobiles ] 'SU9* Monarch'shirts, it. eo ..:1lc 611.1Trts to doss' at..U.N1sc
Pat 1M boa** ta a kettle eau .
and add ODe sac* o( . . .. . .45c
water
.with...cold! silos of carrot, a bit of ba| for hire by the bon day week;or month." Automobile storage Shirts at 0. $2tM Troaks to dost at. .. .... ..1SJI I
teat a an sprig of,.,.,.twerr pepper- repairs. Freight and srippbea.unloaded Agents and deliTcred.for the famous Special FORD facilities automobiles. j 5ICSJdrtsat. .. .. .... . .. .4Oc I
con cad two teaapoooful. of Hit Omnibus meets ererr train. Bar. "Arrow Calm at... .... .... .lie
for moping hearr freight. '
Then but IIcrwIr.to: CM boQtnc pantAM transferred ALL.orders receive PROMPT Attention. \ SIJN shirts to dos at.... .0. ... .TSc
the" **...and tt simmer until tbiMat fare j ; Qsett Coflars, at.. ... ... .. .. UC I .
ta tender. BMMT tb*meat sad v SIc Undershirts and Danren to iose..39c.MM -
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.reship pond sac*ef Isis raw '$1.5I Hats to dose ,t. I
a-'a water; fryag tad let..stud.. wrer oa with tb.ba rokewarn k.,tsar. I, 'fSHOE. YOUR HOKSC ,SLM Bats to dose aU. 0. . .. .$U5 $L7S Wool Undershirts.. ,.. ...,"... .$us I
....... Brown roar tablof
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8Pf batter,,''add' ,.. tabJ. : ;$HO YOUR MAR[." 11.01Batstodose at . . .Z.II $1.25-Wool ,Ondershirt.nc! _
spsstfsk of, flow and wbea .w Eboaned
pour on gradually.wIlDe stir !a7 HIM you sand tim around-+ do f
constantly .the two cupful ofnock. right with consideration j tor

rtac*Into. tTbM cubes add and real let simmer and ham for twea sade i l r gfob: 'eDoe-feet tempts and your us Into pocket.say- We propose to sell, out every dollar's;worth o! :

t1; ala1lt&. Put bi a aerrac dlab and '' know>ow ,to sod do satisfyhorse
osesN with a. top aaad*ef yoff pass fI/l '" owner who places hl.''.assip at New York Cost. The
eGftWt ala. It to much bettsr to bak re" goods in this store at once
.,..pasts separately, and cover tb*ph mal In oar ewe.i

'0 tilt f r.. Wore...In'._Woman's Mndtng'-' ---.to-Home.tb.*table.KJIII'umer Companion 4 .r .r i ... A. DAMN -'Tailoring goods arI not included in this sale.) ,

It la OangtreiM to Neglect. Cold r riS Eleventh Street. Miami.,PU I
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Row often do .e bear It remarked;;: ,
"It's only a cold."and a few days tater 1
learn that the man la on Us back wit Has StooJ. The I! Test 25 Years Sewell's ailoring Estabm'Biscayne
pneumonia. Thlsl of such commoi
occurrence that a cold however sllgh
:should not be disregarded. Chamber, [Grqve's
Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts an; ,
tendency of a cold to result In pnenmonla -
and has gained its great pop Hotel Mock Miami, Florid
lartty and extensive sale by Us promp Tasteless Chill Tonic
ailment II
cores of tblsvnoit common
always cures and Is pleasant. to take I Jr
For sale by Biscayne Drug Co. and al No-Cure-No-pay. 50 cents.
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