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 16, 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
lccn - sn 96027200
System ID: UF00076097:00403
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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Read The Saturday Metropolis--It I[Contains| Many Instructive and Interesting Features That Will Please



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.. By Local Health Authorltesto' Cleai< r h ,

DEFY COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONAnd Up-Thirty Days Allowed For i For RepairingMcAdamAr Quarantine Local Finn Steamer and BY A FRIGHTFUL FALL[

l. Improving and Sanitating ,i
Work h to Biro at I
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: t t ut', ,Buildinp. Early ,I

,Fierce Conflicts Raged ar 'I' It i11 i\ s an Date Went
tt v *r "** \ t."M' to Roof of }V Washington ;

Throughout: the'Night and Apartment to Look for His
Chicago. JaDe: 16The city heal 1.

Many! Kflled-Two Police authorities served the first 'offlcisj P Some few weeks ago the National Grandchildren and Fell

> written..notice to. the, packing houses t ( Marine Hospita Service, owning and i.
Sejgeants. Killed. ,I yesterday''to improve' the 'sanitary. : ?.a t I Ir Iwtt controlling the quarantine steamer Through SkylightWashington.

conditions of their plants. | MeAdam. in thl > port"'aathortsecl Dr. -,

.The ''notice 'prescribesYhaV:; XOthy J. M. Jackson. Jr. to advertise for -'P y+ wry

!51 i- tables and benches mut'be abolishedand bids for putting the steamer 1 f

St'Petersburg June 16A dispatch that cleaner rooms and tools be thorough repairs and condition. June lt-S>. The _as. -
xroni*'pialstock dated at 2:40 ocloek provided within three days and structural This- was dom and two bids recelv- don this moraine of C.n .... R.-' :.I
th1 nornq says that rioting proceeded changes in the buildings within ed. These yesterday to Washington fast Lester of Georgia.who tell through ;:"'J
throughout the night with unabated thirty days. and Dr. Jackson received a skylight la his apartment last Bight .':
notice that the bid of Messrs.
U very critical. He lapsed Into
fury.,and ,1s stOl continuing"with,BO IAN FRANCISCO SALOONS FoOD A; Howard boat builders and this moraine and unconsciousness the
signs of abatement It Is Impossible CAN OPEN JULY IS i'C- machinists of this city, have been chance Is very much against reeorery. :.

to send particulars., of the horrors com awarded the contract. Mr. Lester went to tested of his
mitted., San Francisco June 16 -: Mayor The exact flfenrea are not know apartment last Bight to'look for two
. Schmltz has decided that the saloons but Dr. Jacksoa states 'the repairs grandchildren apparently missing He

, FIGHTING EXTENDED __ of San Francisco may open July (th. I it 1 d will be complete, both to hull and missed his footing and t fell throughthe
the celebration of the machinery and that tJae'coat will be
skylight a distance of about thirty
TO THE SUBURBS In neighborhood of
the 14.000. The
41' II. Her SretlienSister stuck ; ... .lass ell Pa feet to the eleventh floor. He
NATIONAL LEAGUE u v yw n4gM Hftii tm> y MeAdam will then be able to navigate sustained internal injuries and one
Warsaw June IS- The, UtMt message 'OP REPUBLICAN CLUBSPMladelpbIa u.r. .a feel." > V under her own power sad practically leg was broken. ,
from Blalr-tok tar that the Her,S tert "What did ... say r U good as nrr. The work will be Mr. Lester carried to his '
sacking of Jewish ,houses, oonfllcula ,. June 28,- Delegates, H..iaw. and that IM sbldd'. ..... a rum by Me .... .." started as soon .as the successful bidders and physicians was summoned room They i"
and the
the streets between troops representing Republican: clubs la ,ttsj : I ..to, furnish the necessary bond for state it will be tweaty-fow boon before
mob continued uatD I late last;nightMany the faithful performance of the contract
Poles.;Jews. Russians sad sold- parts of the country are arriving hereIn the possibility of recoveiy. can be
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-lers were killed or wounded. The large numbers to attend the celebration DETAILS THE'IBASEBALL i TEAM determined. f ,
fighting extended to the suburbs of of the fiftieth anniversary j>f ADDHfAL J. H. Cheatham & Ca Later A alight rally occurred at j
the e ty. one of which 'was destroyedby the organization of the Republican .. noon and gave encouragement,1 but
party. The delegation from New Attention la ,called to the quarter it was followed by a relapse and ea, .. ,
lire York alone numbers abon ,one thotjs- OF SCHOONER R WRECKCAPTAIN WAS REORGANIZED page ad of J. Hubbard Cheatham. thepeople'l Ions turn for the worse. -
tailor, appearing In the Me-
POLICE SERGEANTS and and other states like Ohio Peonsylvanis -
TWO apd some of the Middle aha tropolla today The reputation of PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT .t.
WERE KILLED Mr. Cheatham {or making clothes that
Western states have also sent large REPLIES TO,WADSWORTH
delegation The convention I IN fit and wear afcd at price. within the
Warsaw June 16Two police sea last three days. LPHINNEY, GRAPHICALLYRELATES AND''| PREPARATIONS FOR ANNIVERSARY reach of all. Is to well known to bear Relative to Amendment; In 'Meat Hrw ,
geaats were killed and another wounded I to comment He( has the goods and si- apectJeti'
by terrorists today. A police arrested Praising Miami THE CAUSE AND E CELEBRATION GAMESR. ways delivers them satisfactorily In '
the assassin and WM kllle. by IiRIENCY every partlcnla The ad also calls Ilk ::
CoL F. Lang, of this city I II |
Washington June
a woman passing at the time.. In Ocala visiting his son Mr. Lodis ATTENDING WRECKOF R.TAYLOR MADE BUSINESS attention to hip gents furnishing department Roosevelt today the letter of .

MORE JEWISH OUTBREAKS ,Lang. According to the Banner {Iot EMMA L NOTTINGHAM MANAGER TOUR PLANNED where the latest and beatItrlel Chairman Wsdsworth.;! the house '.
that city CoL Lang Is saying some awful haberdashery and neckwear agricultural committee which Wade .
Il j OCCUR AT BIALYSTOK can be found. I His inducements will i i
nice things about Miami and her I i worth wrote the President answering
bear lava tloa.I .
wonderful growth and prosperity j an
I the letter in which the work of the
...........4r AtPetersbnrg.. Jane 16- Cnconfirm- -, -- committee '
ill I on the packing house
Ted report are In circulation here : Yesterdsy the Metropolis told ofthe Miami Is to have a first-class baseball Amendment was criticised br the
that other Jewish outbreaks hare occurred PROUTADDRESSEO' --T THE SCHOOL BOARD'CLOSED
PRESIDENT team another i
at Blalystok and VUna wrecking of the schooner EmmaL. and It Is to go on President 4
:"*' M W Cottlngham. and the drowning of tour |of Invasion of the east coast J The President admits'his error la

CASTRO RESUMES ". k HEED 6 6At Gi six of her|; crew. while en route from This ,was the substance of the meeting ITS SESSION saying amendment there for was a night no provision)lnspectloo.bat la the ,

,.PRESIDENCY OP VENEZUELA Mobile to KDlchta Key with crushed of a i number of baseball enthusiasts says the substitute is inadequate. The

: rock for tie F. E. C. Railway extension. -[held at the Metropolis office last night President says he ,advocated certain ,
Washington, June 16The state department I .' The Tampa Tribune of Thursday -The meeting waa largely attended and changes In the conference with Rep

today Cutro received will a dispatch the I gives the following details of the much interest in the perfection of a presentative Adams of the committee
Presidency of,Venezuela. July 5th. I Fair Building on the Hatter, of wreck as|related by Capt., Phlnney strong organization manifested Yesterday Af ernoon After Baring which The Adams change personal Include he! accepted.elimination

AD,'\Russia I Continued Harbor Improrenien I who. was the lone survivor. Mrs .R. R. Taylor was unanimously Completed Ippointment Teachers of the court review proposition and
I "Captaln Phll1l1' graphically relatedthe chosen business manager of the team; t dozen other alterations. The President -
NO HOPE OF STOPPING I The Anniversary Matters Were story fit the wreck of the Cottlng 8. 8. Conklin. team manager and la all White and Colored adds that he Is ]met concerned
THE BUTCHERY,I ham to a Tribune reporter at his temporary about the language of the amendment .
I Discussed. residence. 128 Hdye Park Place captAIn. and John Graham secretary Schools.The j so. long as It accomplishes a
St. Petersburg June 16- A direct last nigh and treasurer. 'borough and rigid and not a sham ."
telegram from Blalystock contains no I "He declares the CottlD am. Satur It was also decided to purchase new I, Inspection.: t tOIL to
Streak Information. It U doubtlessly day Jnn4 S. while 135 miles west uniforms the same to be ordered at Ii II I
-controlled by the press censor. The southwest of P mont Key lattltnde once 'The color agreed upon Is pearl Bard i FUEL SUGGESTEDFOR
.T -Bonne Gazette prints dispatch from There was quite an attendance} at,,36.58 and., longitude 85.10 wu oven grey. with blue trimmings and the Dade County of Education WAR VESSEL
Graado that ,the government of, the the' Fair Building last night to boar I I taking jfceavy sea and tertriflc gale letter ") worked In blue on the left after having been |in session two
city has announced there Is no hopeof the report of Mr. W. W. Prout of Jhe 'which speedily placed the vessel in breast the suit as a whole being very Jays conclude Its business yesterday Naval Engineers' Interested In Finding '
stopping the butchery the Jews Board of Trade relative to what was I danger. [The schooner sprang a leak: attractive., afternoon and adjourned unto the Substitute for Cal
for two or three day*.\ Escaped! Jews, being done to secure an .additional I the powfer.s pumps gave out and resort Relative to the celebration games of next. regular meeting In July. ., -,t.
wounded and starring are, in. the appropriation carry on the Improvements was h.d'to the hand pumps. The crew
Invite either
ball It was decided to Other than (those teachers appointed Washington. June 1*- The naval
fields and, woods in this harbor. i I I worked fallantly through the night Cocoa or Daytona here for three for then xt term and mentionedn engineers who are Interested la finding
Mr. Prout talked some fifteen} or at the pumps and was enabled to games. These teams are regarded the Metropolis, the following appointments substitute
some for coal board
PRICE OF BROOMS TO BE RAISED twenty minutes and showed by correspondence keep the vessel free during the night on 1
among the strongest on the east coast were made yesterday afternoon Ship have little or no1! expectation of
with goternmentebgl and until! 8.L. m. Sunday when the and one or the other of them will accept : i iLarklns : satisfactory results from the use of ,
' Chicago'June_16- A specially called peen and others that every possible vessel began to 'list and sink going' the offer to come to Miami ant -Miss Mary HalL oU. Arrangements have been made I
meeting of the Broom Manufactur effort was being made to accomplish down at 8:15 a. m. play,baH. Cutler- Miss Mary Hardee. for fitting out the Wyoming with
-en'-Auoctadon of the United States the desired result He assured [the A few anoments prior to the sink Soon after the celebration or during AIJapatu -} Miss Ida Wcstgard. apparatus for burning oil instead of j
and Canada opened here today for.the meeting that the Florida delegation Ing Capt Phraney. aided by the crew,i the first part of August the Miami In the srtlple: yesterday afternoon coal and experiments will; be conduct -;
cowaldcratioa of important business Washington: were doing all they;canto launched the yawl boat and CaptPhlnjer team will go on a tour of the Miss Ida w: tlarct was reported assigned ed by a board soon to be designated *
OM'of the most Important matters aid the project and that he Melt went aft to clear away the skiff coast, playing games with all teams to th< Lemon I City school by Secretary Bonaparte, la an effort 1
to *e maslrtffH Is the proposed rail certain from personal conversaoone. skiff to use both tae yawl and between here and 8t Augustine and This was an error. It should have 10 ascertain whether I oil Is a trustworthy -
tnff''f the price of brooms. High Insurance he had had with them and others the !for 3"Wnlle,1thu ala crew to leave the Palatks The team will be materially been Miss Gertrude Westgard.No and economical fuel for ships W
rates on broom corn and factories that meuarea would succeed fet a achoonerjl strengthened and It Is fully expected action i as taken on the appointment of war. '
and too high freight rates art continuation of the work. i,| engaged the Dotting- that a winning organization of alii tat la the West Palm It has been used toflOme| exteat'Inthe .'
alas to be 4Jae1a__ He recited that a south Jetty tojthe jam went down the suction drawing will be the result Beach school, the matter of selecting I smaller boats, especially In the' J
aew ship channel Is necesary to prevent the butt under the waves."The
teachers left with the
being entirely 1
torpedo craft which ply In home waters
the .washing.away of the beach staff with Capt.Phlnney clinging '
'ry LEGAL PAPERS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS trustees of the school. where there Is access to suppliesof .
and suggested that a committee from to lUJsooa came to the surface aDd
IN ST. LOUIS One tw i of the country schools
or < oil but It Is feared that there would !
the U.' 8. Engineering Board be Invited ;it was then. that the captain observed are ret to bi filled and this will be be embarrassment for the larger ships .
deed. H. E. Bewail el al to,come to this port and make three of,1 the crew hanging to pieces
tough Bt done at the next meeting of the boardThe
L. WiUonghby for |1 and Louis June 16- The champion which cruise afar ad!which visit foreign
an examination of the urgent and present of 'wreckage. The captain clung to
ship of the 8t Louis Golf Miami princlpalshlp was left open where would 4
contests ports they not be
other considerations tenacres of Jno. needs. A motion that a committee the skirt for some time. we. he :
of thequallfationnsof J
!J .grant. r'- to take up this matter'prevailed sight a ling piece of wreckagewhich Association opened today on the links Investigation likely to obtain oil se easily as they
. K E. C.RaDwal'to W. E. Nc>!D- of the Country dub.. Bert McKenzie the several aspirants now purchase coaL The present saving _
and lean W. W. Prout and J W. he secured and placed across the skiff III
i the present holder of the Republic Celered Schools resulting from the use of olljnore- .!
for 82S6.70. 5.17 acres IB teeth
roy Watson were appointed U such eomtnlttee his position was them mach better but '
24.,ta. 48.;south, range 42 east', : was stllUvery .Insecure and treacherous. Cup and will defend It and the title The colore schools of the county over would probably .be' removed ;
'Warranty deed Fort Dallas Land Mr. Prout"urged also that the f[citizens I this year. Should he win the trophy Here filled si follows/ since any such employment of It would y
Ooj to J. C. Cramllng'for 1150, lot. of Miami exert every energy in "Nere eless, he maintained this again this year it will become his permanent > West Palm Beach J. W. Mlckens serve to Increase the market price. :,
..;block U; 'north. Miami. the Important matter of harbor( Im hold for more than four hours. About property, as he has won it rrinclpal, aD( M.. E. Hicks and Alon10 The principal objection to its use oafthlpboard
filii. Warranty deed.;Elizabeth: Bennett I provements. His remarks were Jogl- 10 oclock, four hours after. the sinking -I twice before. Six other prizes win t ),McRae assistants. One assistant I however.'comes from the ;
t anftfcttsbaad George Miller for.1900BwV3r4 caL-to the point and,Interesting]:'. of the Cottlngham he sighted'a be, :contested for. f fIn f \:Is yet to be 'appointed In this school naval general board la a report which !
of aw 1-4 of se 'H. section: 22, : The matter of Miami's tenth birthday large acfIo: Der. the Denison.',about II Miamioi W. Perkins principal points eut the difficulty and danger la
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tp.' U,.south, range 41 east celebration then came up an4 occupied'considerable'time three miles to the windward. The I Matting Court House and Ella B. ((Stephens Nellie Powers carrying oU and the fact that Its stor-
Warranty'-deed.-Catberine:Frost' to : la a disentalon crew of fhe Denison sighted what they' New ball matting has been placed and Nora Jackson. assistants.Delray ige In tanks where the coal bonkers snow

Leonard Grace. 'for 1100., lot 6,. block of the duty of the committees supposed was a man about the same on the downstairs hallway and office EHa Wade. are would retrieve one of he
.SDanla. : appointed for the same and just bow time a.n. 'Jibed over In his direction. approaches of the court house Lemon cut--F. A., Hamilton. means of protecting the vitals of the.
Release of quit claim deed. Big each was to proceed. Mr. H. C. Heavy rtinfaU came on. however and Cocoanut qrTeAu Richards. ship from attack. .k j
Springs Distillery Co. to W.P.Hatch- Budge of the program committee blinded ithe shipwrecked man from man had to be left to his fate owing Loxohatchae Mamie Brooks.
ettWarranty asked for Inforamtion relative" to Tlew.The/ vessel kept In the viclnty to the impossibility of a boat living Pleasant City- A. R Mickens. .USSIAN GOVERNMENTIS
deed W. P. Hatchett tot what the committee-itas to do. and however, and at U :o'clock distinguished in the seas."CaptFhlnney. Deerfleld j Bertha By.Daala MUCH ALARMED
O. Strohm for $5.000 lot 1. block said that his understanding wan that the captain a short distance reports the loss of his Ml R. Mahaffey.
12;>"West,Palm Beach. .. the committee should arrange a i program ahead. log book with all records and Is therefore A resolution prevailed that the regular St. Petersburg Jun* 16- The gray-
Warranty deed. Charles B. Scott ,'look after the printing and all "The yawl was at once lowered from unable to give full Information term of all the public schools Sty of the georral aitualon grows
tavK C. Pike for $650. ten acres In :such matters. the Denison and a man put dot: to concerning the members of his crew, I In the coun y other than high and hourly. The government is nadoubt-
. section'1:; tp.' 48 south range 42 eastaVkrranty The Vice President presiding 1 was rescue the survivor from his perilous all of whom have been lost Among rural grade fj vrhools.1! | be six months dy frightened at what has happen1 -
d. as deed. Henry Maddock and variance with Mr. Budge I and perch. |He was taken from the skiff the lost are Mate Haley of Alabama for 'this coming year :Martial law hu.beeo dectare4
- tte to J. W.,Galloway for tlS. loti!thought thrt the .printing etc, should tad carded to the. Denison. where h;: Seaman Nelson from Jamaica and ,'a This does not mean that the terms i at Bialystok and troops are being ;
- 1.t block' 2. section 32 tp. 64.:south i be under the directions,of.the adver- ind his jhcner'were pulled aboard byeeana negro cook. Brown. Jj"Capt will be red ed but that the County rnshed to the scene j
range n"I:tsln5'committee motion prfvad- I! of ropes. the'yawl not being Phlnney very highly commends B ard of E.! icatlon will pay for that The Sfx-iallsfs are pushing the campaign
trw .rranty'deed Howard Parry and ed,.hcwevev supporting. Budge inVs able! ,to make the side of the Denison Captain Wtllard WaJe of the many mouthMug tultlon.the extra months I for an, armed uprising with re- u
wife. to Geo. B. Cellon for IS aDd other} Intrp- tatiou of the duties de>olv- I The ya|I was towed behind the r>clson. for hie gentlemanly humane paid f r by the 1 'ate.. rrovldln awed vicor and detennicatJon.
conslderatloov t five acres In peection'2Eito 4n' 'PQtt the program j0 ULh I scboonef and Cap'ain Phlnney was at conduct in attempting therscue sad Mid schools make aa average of 10
pon'ate U W2QJ[ n ber of other jd'e8the :'line b rQntbt r Tp Po-t TarnpajUV | als<*lxpr Be frailtule; tj at.The crew per cent in 'tendance for the regular Suit for Divorce, 1A 1-
ilarroatyJdee&ced'>genrR'B'A. .' t ,. celebnU saere idsectisaeszud t'AtlttaeJtar.> CaL Phinneriaser ,of; DealspajliHelri ntf such the .;x mondi. "I' suit for divorceOUIe .aney 'Skates: vs.
Martin for $60. one acre In sec-. acted upon after which the eet- !rracued:! survivor :was near j'I worse forMhe orJeat from notch h .
I 'has bll the board court
wr CQ !ItM" Just emerged. jj| monthty r ,adjourned.tlattx .
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UP,agile or In any manner m rred of
MIAMI METROPOLIS tJaelr present attrlctl1'enell. \ I t

Let this lasue. as It now s4 d. Due
of IDaIp1kuce. be IdJusted{ The; I
county commissioners are wPUng to ITHE IDEALMonday I

Ivery Afternoon Izccpt Salty 10 what II right They ..boronin

r BY.THE" cllDatlou to Improve ulld upthe .
4: Bro..
The I Miami Printing Company ire county evidently property.Imbued bli e same 1

.. spirit Therefore It not be
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I. ti. tlf0lr,1'r.L L JOIO DWf,s.c.thU difficult to bring about a I Tuesday Monday, Tuesday I
-, culmination of an Issue thai can. do, E. B. Douglas i Prop.
much In retarding stopping and even : and Wednesday and Wednesday :

Member-. 'ef.!;' The Associated. ; Press.Eaund .! destroying: the improvemen of thus 'r _

property. I I
at tt. rotuCHBc at laaU.. Dond*. ---0-- '
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:. ..........I5.00'' I An Important Three Day's Sale .
One Tear............. The New York Packer discussing

Six months..*...............;..... ib0Threi the "good things' that are to tome has I.

.Months.1.25 this to say of three of the most delicious I
Oae Month...........:;........ 45 and tempting fruits that ever, ,

One Week..................... .10 tickled the palates of mortal man: '

Weekly per, month.............. 200 "Wmtermelons! The vepr word and
brings up visions of the luscious: red Monday Tuesday Wednesday

'mci IN METROPOLIS-BLDG. meat surcharged with a neclar fit to ,

Opposite Court_.House offer ye gods of old I IPeaches

432434, 12th Street Phone 79 That queen of the fruits

SATURDAY JUNE 16. 1906 tritioos realm whose meat luscious blend with flavor the and delicate nu.' Where Prices will slaughtered. d. But where Quality 'I,

color of the fruit and make combination .

that wins favor with pauper !

and prince alike. J JCantaloupe will Reign Supreme. : : Quality wins Confidence .
j j5out
r This Date In History 1 .Dainty little gems

of concentrated sweetness Who can i
lo Justice in describing the!effect of i I

,16 In History.UVirapafeoe. eating a fine. full ripe cantaloupe !
defeated Blucher at LIp,. these gem melons are ambrosia. Indeed No higher evidence of "Trade Confidence" exists than; that vested in this store When a
.aft tile alum Oefaate Nay at Quttre Their odor II like the essence of roses

.tk Bra. aottt.all Wth rvtraatod.! 0C on preparatory Btocbw UM from,flold at Ucar of te U*Waterloo.te Watorioo.Stacher r to led Watartoo. to... aDd palate their and dainty lighten meat the would heart tickle, of the the great: number of people patronize one store contim any; the reason is spelt in these words: ...

N.,.. battle at Quite Bras tour dyspeptic and the sated goat
We combine both.
sMaiBcd' Wtfflactoa's troop aad pr*- mond alike. "PricealidQuality.r That is the reason Yon are our Customer.
wad On JoacUoo of the PnuitonsWotllactoc
sad llegWh. retired to Bring on the trio of .we to They
Watarloo to unit with Btoetwr. Tb .
can not come too soon ,01 last toe I
tat of MapoUoa wa tfld by theM _
mltmlnartM.. for hta salvation lay I tkwpliw long. The heat of summer loses part 5

,I._..uta ProMta tb..hd..tb..*.at.alUM.. her eaavpalcn OMM.IM aralM. la war motiocad wit, of rare Its fruits fruits dreaded of that the effect season deserve because[JThere words of th another ol<. I I Look Over THE SPECIAL OFFERIN for These THREE f:DAYS:

J0T-O orf* X. Baraoa. Monaar la Baa ...
rrmaeteoo Jovnattao. dad to tba'dty & praise but the trio above mentioned ii
I bora SIlL1'rtIIee '
: in the public mind now andt will soon
r .XS do JotorflU. aoa of Ktal
Lewis Urn carved FhiUpp.la of the rraaea.Amy of who tile for Patoaao i a. have the right of way In the I'm.rketsof I i 1 line Ladles' Embroidered StoCk Collars Uc to 20c values, elcb..12c I BIG REDUCTIONS IN LADIES WEAR

w Dot staff of Ooaerml Medal the country. 1 line Ladles' Embroidered Stock Collars 35 to 50c values eadl...240I la beet
Lot w te lID IDe and duck skirts slightly soiled Made the
.... ltd la fart:.bent Inc, I 1:Line ladles' Embroidered stock. collars ?5c to $1 values, each....4h
stylethe and all! sizes. Some worth up to $4.00. Think! of sacrificing

GOVERNMENTBY I[|ne for these three days at......., ...... *..oj.; ... ......tSee
PULL FAKIRS l One 11 Madras shirt waists In plain white and black. Some sold

: FOR CELEBRATION President Bosevelt is catching it K' We will continue oar Special Remnant Sale for these three da>'.. at up a high' as 12.50. slightly soiled and will go in this ale at>......

When the committee calls upon jroi good and hard from the press and I. the same spec prices ot lad Hon. All remnants reJucted 20 per ct One id e French lawn linen and Lingerie Waists made la the best

and: asks that yon subscribe to the Ml' public men of the country for the sensational style with val lace and ,insertion. Price ranging from $3.50 tot

,land celebration fund don't fly at con manner In which(I he would LADIES', VESTS 15.00*. This' special sale .......... ...... ........*to.. .....tI...
dow ran government affairs jThe President i I 100 dx. ladles' Swiss ribbed vests, the 20c ones will go at spec. sale 9e :
elusions and' turn"the gentlemen no doubt. Is getting from some One Jot ch dren'. dresses In odd sixes. Madras, glnzhsms..batiste

or give a,..small 'donation. Put tat sources a little more than hi deserves 1 t and percale. All reduced for this sale ...T.

same test to the celebration movemen ,I but there 1s no:doubt ,bus policy oi .1 HOSIERY P BARGAINS One 11 le black Peso De Sole Jackets worth up to $(I.00. This sale

yon would to the starting of a net I the last few months 1s radically wrong I II' l i. prici to clean' them up .............. .............L..........1...
: cood quality, 15c ones at per palr..k
bank, mercantile, or business venture 'I'complishlng and 'capable. If ,not. ,held good., tip ,of The ac Misses ribbed Hose In best quality and 2Sc values, this sale.....tfe A few more :French Lingerie Waists $6.50) to $7.50: ,alaes.To go In

,WTO- It pay .pouf Indeed It will Nashville American.luJthq'but one 01 the most It Ladles' Good Quality Cotton Hose" light weight and regular 25 cent this pedal' sale at.................. ...... ...... .L r .... ....$3.M

The celebration means that hundred conservative of southern "pert, commenting : ,,< values. This sale ........ ........ ...... ........ ........1to
of.:people win be brought here who on the doings of Roosevelt.says Ladles Best Lisle Hose in both':plain and lace. 75c ones, this sale 4fto GREAT SALE MUSLIN UNDERWEARWe
', 1
never saw Miami before. All of then : ," will again place oa sale a full line of the famous Queen Under-

visitors will spend a certain amount ol f "If ,private business interests were ; ANOTHER BIG. SOAP PROPOSITION mare Ins. All who failed: to attend the big sale of I['two weeks ago,
conducted like Roosevelt would have 1 should avail themselves of the last opportunity to buy then goods
money. It will go Into all channeli We have Just received: another big shipment of soap that we will offer
the government run. they jrould be a cheaper than you could buy the material alone. Read the prices
of trade but thla Is a small matter you Monday at a price when you consider the quality should Interest -
sad mess. Roosevelt seems to have cake.on carefully! and note the special values.
advertisement you. Armour's beat Toilet Soaps, made to sell at ISc a
compared to the great taken*on ,some of the stile of the to Introduce the brand 1I'er111! put on sale for these three Jays at Children's d awera. In good marlin tucked with hemstitched he.Ie .

they will give Miami Everyone oi flashy and sensational Wall street a cake. 3 cakes for....}..... .....: ......................25c Apilr ...i........ ........ ........ ...... ....... f.. 2Oc, 25c. 100
them will be Impressed with,the dty :peculators, reckless men who corner .
it the market today and are pennyleaomorrow Perfumed with the pure extracts of clemates. Carnation Ladle Drawers in good quality. Some plain with tucks some with
not help
and county. They:can and some in dainty lace trimmings. I Will go at this
em roldery
who have fo
; and no care 'Violet Rose, Woe and Jessamint
for advantages will .be seen and appreciated the future. They are loopng to the sal a pair........14e, Ito SSc Sic He, We, $1.241.41. and $1."
be found else
that can not
1 results In the Immediate present,wlth- Ladlef and Misses; Chemises In muslin and nainsook trimmed in ant
where.. Then it Is a duty you owe SOME ATTRACTIVE DOMESTIC BARGAINS .
out regard to what their Influence will : bro ery and Insertion and vale lace. Prices......SOe, $1.80. tz...
dty that its tenth annlversary
to see I
your' celebration Is a success.: You be on the future. i f;, Some items will go for these" three days at prices that they cannot Ladle and Misses' Gowns in cambric muslin and 'nainsook.. low neck

owe it as a prosperous and successful -Is there no one In Washington be bought! at the mills today and short) sleeves. V neck and long sleeves; trimmed la tucks

d xen.i apable: of holding the President down. 20 yards beet Bleached Sheeting for......... ....... .........1.00 and hemstitched yoke; embroidery and Insertion; the, better onee

The celebration can and should be What- has become of Taft:i! and Root! It yards best .Bleached Sheeting for..... ..... .. ..... .... .|1.0u trio med in val laces. Prices Ste, 59c 74C Me $1.41.: .1..., $2.1 ...

made"Uie biggest event In the b1Ito > are they afraid of him have they ,,12 yards best FHchvllle Sheeting for...... ...... ...... ... .....1.00 Ladle*' short.stlrta in muslin and eambfje; some with plain tucked
.of Miami' but It wfll take liberal support lost influence over him.Ot"j J How will Eight yards ,best" Lonsdale Sheeting for..... ..... ...... .....1.00 ruffles; some with embroidery; some' with lace and Insertion,

and concerted action to make it some of the messages c:11 Roose- ,15 yards best Staple Gingham for......... ...... .............$1.00 Prtres ..,' .... .... .. .... .. .... .... ..... ... f.. .3Ic:. Sic' tea

sea If all will, work together the result relt sent to Congress read In a few 120 J yards best Shirting prints for 1 ...... ... .. ........... ... .... .$1.00 Ladles' and Misses Long Skirts In muslin cambric and nainsook
:Is Inevitable. rears' time! j! Tb se skirts are the most extraordinary: values ever shown In this

_o "If the chief executive of the nation I BARGAINS IN LACES AND EMBROIDERIES country; some with deep hemstitched ruffles; some with beautiful,
,does not set us an example In patience em >roldery and Insertion some In dainty val lace and Insertion.

COURT,YARD ind prudence and exactness and a'' One line Torchon l.ce.1I4 Insertion to 1 and one half Inches wide; Free... F" ... ... ..... ...........59e, {4c.. tic. Stl'.24, $1.44. $1.y4
PLANT ISSUE care for the truth the whole truth and correct Imltaton of pure linen Torchon. A big lot of patterns t* 'I

The Metropolis regrets'.exceedingly nothing but the truth canjwe look'for select '.from; .lOc-.to. .IBc, values. for these three days, a yard..So CUT PRICE SPECIALS IN WASH GOODS,

that difference exists between the It in lesser places! The man who Beautiful line of Cambric and Muslin, Embroidery and Insertion. S' :
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we offer some startling
county: commissioners 'and OrlfflngBros takes that which does not belong to to 4 Inches in width and reg. 10 to fOe val. This spec sale a yd..So
meats In this department
Urn because of his itredgth' be ,
relative to the payment for may : :
Swiss Embroidery and Insertion. In this yon
and shrubbery planted about classed; with.the rest, of he ,highway Elegant line pure One line 3< Inch Linen Suiting, all colors and every thread pure
hedge in eyelet
win find of our choicest patterns both plain and open
house grounds in this dty robber wherever his habitat or whoever ; Just right thing for skirts and jackets; nice and cool an.!
the court '
sold for less than 25c to BOc spMlal..1Se
not one piece .
and trusts that the matter will be he may .be", ,' effects I wlwk,lanadrythe nicely; the regular price Is 40 cents a yard; for these

th ee dais a yard... ....... ...... .... ........!' ...,.... ... 334
sadsfaetorilr" adjusted.
The comntssloners ,evidently feel ,Of the next six men who pass yon 40 I h Linen Suiting In white only so much sought for this season.
& that the price charged for the'plUta.,. on the street one has some money to RECEPTION 1 GOWN R gular 50 cent value this sale a yard......................Stc

and work done by the nurserymen ii place to live and one b anxious to Nothing could be more desirable for the above than the beautiful One line lawn batiste and Swisses In a number of beautiful' designs; .

' too much or else they would bare secure a better job. Naturally these Mercerized Persian Mull;|we have them ID 'all prices In both white K me in dainty buds and vine designs; some la: neat stripes a

made a prompt'' settlement We do three men are reading [the special and cream. For these three days we will put the price la reach of all decks;, some in beautiful cross bar designs; regular lie to

t, not set np as a Judge or arbitrator would ol newspaper ads. Have you anything to The 35 cent ones at'a ....o....... ......' ....... ....1tt ants vi,lues. All In one big lot this sate price a; yard..............
that it
but believe
the be better question to the bin than snffei say to them? t! The 50 cent ones, at a rard.t..... ...... .... ... ., .......31 cents Bea itlful |llne of Cotton YoUs In both plain and figured. Very sheet

" an pay attempt u threatened o The 75 cent ones at ..... ........ .. ... .........Bt cents very desirable for full dress and skirts, regular 35 cent to K

to litigation cause the or removal of the planu Wan.: K. Ynderpflt>> 4 I thinks the The $1.00 ones, at a yard .1.1 ...... .......... ..............M cents .fd values. ; this sale a yard........... ...... ...... .......24<

furnished and cultivated. We doubt possession of grat.wesith should excuse 1 So entirely new-Arnold Cotton Serge correct duplicate o
that the.shrubbery can be moved' and no dtisen from. lay July. He SPECIAL VALUES IN SILKS ported woolens In a wide range of the mOlt'beautltul patte

If true and a settlement I. DOt effected. was .drawn on a grand fury, 'panel at 24 Inch Wash Habutal Silk jj; the regular W cent quality this sepcisl' f Ii'.eluding stripes and shadaw plaids; Juts the goods and Just th.r .

litigation wouU be the result Nassau on Long Island past weekend .......... ... 10 ght weight for the prevailing circular skirt; regular 35 eenj
sale 'rard..... ....)... .... ........ ....
For several years the court hone was one of the first! to[report at the, per fulldresses 'I vtlne; to Introduce these goods, sale price.......4Vf ...............
were account house 'J ; Elegant quality 2? Inch wash Habutal; suitable for shirt waist or
grounds an eyesore on court at Aeoa He said
: .75c grade very special per yard this ..Ie..... y handsome line pure silk organdie la all the sew color comb
the regular
of their delapldated and unkempt con Jury aerrlee la not especially pleas-
tons; some in dainty flowered designs; some quaint figurespastin
dltion. The Improvements made rceatly tut. but it U necessary! and the maq Beautiful line Pompadour Habutal silk; some in pompadour designs; TSe vales this sale... .... .
' three dayi..Me ,(,shades; regular ; ... ....
by the planting of hedge/L trees, summoned should serve without i some In duty stripes, always dolt at T5c. for these ,

t. flowers etc,have mad an appreciated grabllnc or hesitation. I could 1 I .
, changa. There U still .room for other tan been excused, aa a TOBVleer'fireman'tmt t

'improvements", aid we beUeve even I t'am.'not thlak ijProper For tee 18th Tuesday the 19th. Wednesday the 20th
taxpayer fJL'1M county heartily Is to bay 08.- ICrJ VaiderbUt Uto 1 Menday ;: .
'" %Ju -t ..- _*.- Jk'Jh .at.>.*-.4.. **tAa jU ,M.nl MW'" .. ,
faro of a _u.uu.a'ef'GIIa..t. beeooaeaded for:i1. views a* tO I ...1I.n.e !.try t uof ,, .D? _.J -....., ...,. .v.'r. ..w .
,No oe wants to se the ground ton ditto sf tftbesshi*.. J



La naoroi '
., I II II

np.again or: In any. manner i tarfed of
-, MIAMI METROPOLISDAILY their present I I I 1

AND,WEEKLY', Let this Issue, as It I
of Insignificance, be < ,

county commissioners I IDEAL
r BsU41Ya'J Afieraora Except tatty lo what Is.right

BY Tat! .- in Inclination to .
the,"county property.
The M1 mI'rflnimt
Company In evidently imbued
spirit. Therefore. it
-- ,
l.'L;IATCX,'trot: .t MM Dull,Sac;het difficult to bring about I DouglJs ;, Tuesday
culmination: of an E. B. Prop.Monday

much In retarding ;
Member ef. The Auodated'Press.Eaund .
., destroying the Impro' j I
at tb* ro t-Oc, at vlaari.I "Florida, i I
,a*aeoo.4CLr.aluSUBSCRIPTION j


,.RATEiOne THE The TRIO New York. f; An Important Tore ; Day's Sale

Six months..................... z.50 that
the "good
Three.)tondo"...'......;........ 1.25 this to say of three of ,

Oil Month.....;................ 45 Ious and tempting

One Week;..................... .10 tickled the palates of
Weekly per month.....;........ 2.00 "Watermelons! ; nd
Tuesday Wednesday
brings up visions of :
OmCS IN METROPOLIS BLDO.Opfwalte meat surcharged with .

Court HOUM offer ye gods of old. 'I .
4S2434. 12th, Street Phone 79 "Peaches! That

-SATURDAY..JUNE 1&- ;- 1906Tbis 'tritlons realm whose meat luscious blend ; Prices will I be slaughtered.. But where Quality

color of the fruit and

} and atlon prince that alike."Cantaloupe wins. favor 'Wf I I ign Supreme. : : Quality wins Confidence I

( ,Date In History ,

of concentrated : i

lo Justice In describing I
fax 16 IB___ 1StattaY.IOfirapckoa eating a fine full ripe I
i defeat Bloehcr at Ucny.aad These gem melons are : of "Trade Confidence" exists than that vested in this store. When a
the aUtea defeated Nr at Quota Their odor Is like the

,,tb Bras.*.battle east bathpreparatory of oo Blocbar tile Aald at.ta Ur, Waterloo.Waterloo.Btaebar ted to.. and palate their and dainty lighten meat the ple patronize one store continually the' reason is spelt in these words:

ntraated from Ltaay to Wa.tartoo.
Keys battle at Quatr BruWeIUQWa"e sour dy.pepUc and the That is the You Customer. We combine both.
oMataod troops and pra- mond alike. I I reason are our
tnmhd the inaction of tile FrmaaUaa
.aad ltnglksh.! Wllla-to nttnd towatarloo "Bring on the trio of
to unit with Blactor. Tb
tat* ., Napotooa was aottted by theM can Dot'come too >
raUmiaartoa. for hU oalvatloa lay ta long. The beat of .
1 kMptnc tile ante dlvUod.JSS I
)-Prussia Nt bw .!silo* ta motion of Its dreaded effect
.ad tile mule oaapalin war with rare fruits of the ... SPECIAL OFFERI GS for These THREE DAYS: .
Austria....., .
ISft..Poors* L BarJIIoeMr ta Baa other fruits that I I II
rraaeteca Jovnallam. died to that praise but the trio I I 'T

ua-'city PrtIIoe; Dora o UH.* JotavtUa.BOB- of Km* In the public mind DOW

Lisle rhUlpp of rranoa. who for a have the right of way : Collars, lfk to 20c values, each.12c r BIG REDUCTIONS IN LADIES WEAR
tIlDe ..... ta tile Army of tile Poiniaio -
*. tile .... of Ooaoral Medal of the country. I' Collars 35 to hoc values, eacla..240 I
I Lot White!!llnelne and duck skirts, slightly soiled. Made la the best
ban lax _
Ira dlad la ParM
0 collars, 75c to $1 values each....4,. I
t I styles and all sizes. Some worth up to $4.00. Think of sacrificing

"" GOVERNMENT the!line, for these three days at........ ...... ..-f..... ......110

PULL.TOGETHER s BY.FAKIRS J I ]I I REMNANT DAY One line Mains shirt waists In plain white and black., Some sol

FOR CELEBRATION President Rosevelt & Sale for these three days, at up hs high. as $2.50. slightly soiled and will go In this sale at.....

When the committee call upon yon hard from All remnants reJucted 20 per ct
good and I
I One line French lawn, linen and Lingerie Waists, d.--
and asks that you subscribe to the Mi- public men of the styles with val lace and Insertion. Price ranging from t>.50

amt.celebration fund don't fly at conclusions satlonal manner la VESTS '5.l)0. 'This special sale .......... ...... ..... .J..... .....$1.1
ma government affairs. J'| the 20c ones will go at spec. sale 9c I !
and- torn the gentlemen down dent no doubt. Is I On > lot.cblldre1l" dre..1II odd sizes. Madras, ginghams, batiste

or"ll1'e.man donation. Put th* sources a little more I and percale. All reduced for this Ale 't

Mine test to tie celebration movement but there Is .no doubt a'.t.: BARGAINS I One tine ,black Peso De Sole Jackets worth up to $*.00. This aalJ

yon would to the starting of a new the last few months Is j, I, prle: to clean them up .............. ...........4.{ ...........,.
: : good quality )tic ones at per pair. Ie
If not i
bank mercantile or business venture. and I and Slit values, this sale......19e A few more French Lingerie Waists; $8.50 to $7.60, valnes.To go
Will It par you! Indeed, tt wilL compllshlng ;' light weight and regular 25 cent this special sale at.................. ...... .....} ..... ...$3.1
Nashville American
.The celebration. means that hundred conservative of southern ....... ...... ........ ........Ho : I r '
o( people will be brought here who menting on the doings and lace. Tic ones, this sale 48c I GREAT SALE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
never MW Miami. before. All of these says: j We rill again place on sale a full line of the famous Queen Cndeisllns.

."visitors will spend a certain amount of "If private business SOAP PROPOSITION I mish AU who failed to attend the big sale of I II two weeks agnld >
Into all channelsof conducted like I' 'avail' themselves of the last opportunity ta buy these goodi
money. It wUh go shipment of soap that we will offer !
the government ma, the I ch apex than you could boy the material atone. : Read the price i
trade, but this Is a small matter I you consider the quality should Inter I
sad mess. Roosevelt ovChll r carefully and note the special values.
the advertisement : Soaps made to sell at 15c a cake
compared to great
taken on some of the put on sale for these three Jays at ren's drawers. In good muslin tucked with [hemstitched be: i

they will give Miami. Everyone of flashy and sensational : ... ...... .....................25c A Wr .... ...... ........ ........ ...... ......4 ... 20G.23C KB
them will be Impressed wIth the city speculators reckless I ,
not< help It the market today and of clemates, Carnation Ladles Drawers in good quality. Some plain with (tucks some wl
and;county. They' can tomorrow and who and Jessamin embroidery! and some In dainty lace trimmings. Will go at ths
be and
for advantages will seen appreciated the future. They are I i a pair.14c, He SSc. Sfe. We, Me, $1.24.. $1.41 and ".
that can not be found else- Ladlee
results In the Immediate s' and Misses Chemises la muslin and nainsook, trimmed labr
where. Then It Is a duty you owe DOMESTIC BARGAINS
out regard to what their >ldery and Insertion and vale lace. Prices.... .SOc, 91.80, 92.
your city to see that Its tenth anniversary
celebration Is a success. Ton be on the future. days at prices that they cannot Lad!es' and Misses' Gowns In cambric muslin and nainsook, low nand <

owe It'as a prosperous .and successful '"Is there no one la II'; the mills today I' short sleeves. V neck and long sleeves; trimmed In Inc

clt 8JL. capable of holding the Pr for.. .... ... ...... ..........$,.00 and hemstitched yoke embroidery and Insertion the better on
The celebration can and should be What has become of for...... ..... .... ..........,Ulu trimmed In val laces. Prices S9e SIc, 74*. Me, fl.41, .1.... 92.Ljad S

made'-the biggest event In the history Are they afraid of Ttt for..... .. .... .. .... .......11.00 es' Short.Skirts In muslin and cambric; some ;;wlrh plain tuck dn

of Miami but It will take liberal snp-, lost Influence over i for..... ...... ... .......$1-00 ffles; some with embroidery some with lace and toarrUo i,

., port and concerted action to make It some of the me.. .......... ... ... ........... $1-00 Prices .I ... .SIc, s9c lie

so. If all win work together the result velt sent to Congress ..... ...... ...................1.00 Ladles' ::and Ulases Long Skirts In muslin cambric and nalna .

'is Inevitable.COURTYARD yean, time! I j J These skirts are the irost'extraordinary values ever shown In t

0 "If the chief ; ; AND EMBROIDERIES c iQntry; some with deep hemstitched raffles; some with besntlf ,
: does not set ns an eum e nbroldery and Insertion; some In dainty val lace and insert .
and prudence and exa ; 1 to 1 and one half Inches wide; .69c. *4c. tee .$1.24. $1.""*. $1J 74
PLANT ISSUEThe care for the truth the w i Torchon. A big lot of patterns ld "

., for these three days, a yard. ...So
nothing but the truth : :
Metropolis regrets exceedinglythat CUT PRICE SPECIALS IN WASH GOODS
: difference exists .between the it la lesser places ; Muslin, Embroidery and Insertion 2
a Fo Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: we offer some starting Indp
county commissioners and Grlfflng takes that .which does to SOc vat. This spec sale a yd..5c menu In this department '
him because of his Itr !
Bros. relative to the payment for ; and Insertion. In this line you .
and shrubbery planted about I classed 'witbthe. rest, o One line 36 Inch Linen Suiting all colon and every thread ,_re
hedge eyelet
patterns In both plain and open
la this city robbers wherever his flax; Just the right thing for skirts and jackets{ nice and cool and
court house grounds .
the j less than 25c up.to SOc special 1 t
and trusts that the matter will be ever he may,,be." a J j I 111 laundry nicely; the regular price Is 40 cents a yard; for

satisfactorily >'a4Ju. e4. o ) ( I ; ree days a yard......... ...... .... .......j.. ..,..... ,..

The comafsslonen- evidently fee' Of the next six mean t! ; MIDSUMMER GOWN CALLING OR'40 Inch Linen Suiting In white only; so much sought for thisguiar .

that the price charged for the plants OB the street one has 50 cent value this sale a 1.rd..t-.A...... lto.

and work done by the nurserymen Is place to live and one] for the above than the beautiful Ode line lawn batiste and Swisses la a number of beautiful des g; .
too. much or else they would bare in all In both white
better have prices (In and
secure a Job. ome In dainty buds and vine designs; some seat stripes
made a prompt'settlement. We do will the price In reach of all !'
readla we 'regular lie'
three men are lucks; some la beautiful cross bar designs; to 20eBtautlful

not set up as a Judge Or arbitrator of newspaper ads. Have 'I ..-j... ....... ....... .... ?t ante sins. All In "one big lot this sale price a''' yard.I ............ 100
bat believe that It would
the be. better question to the bin than suffer say to tbem? I .......... .:. ... ... ......St cents line of Cotton Volls In both plain and figured.1 Very sneer

pay attempt, as threatenedto -- 0 .. ....... .. ........ .&I cents nd'' very desirable for full dress and skirts regular 35 cent to 50

litigation to'cause the or an removal! of the plants wm.: K. Vanderbilt; I | .... ... ...... .. ... ........ .W cents ent, values this sale a yard.... ....... ....j.i, ...... ..... .2bmefhing

f furnished'&114' cultivated We doubt possession of great I i I S entirely new-Arnold Cotton Serge; fOrrect, dnplicai a

that the shrubbery can be moved and CUM no-dtlien from IN SILKS Imported woolens In a wide, range of the most beautiful pat ran

\ If true and a settlement li not effected was dawn On t IfI.II trr I I ; regular 50 cent quality this sepdal Including stripes and shadaw plaids; Juts the[goods and jug the

litigation would" be the result Nassau on'Long lalan I .... ........ .... .......... .....,, Ie right weight for the prevailing circular skirt: ; regular 35 [cent
For- eeveral years, the court house was one of the 'first .tb ; suitable for shirt waist or full J value; to Introduce these goods, sale price....;?.,............|.24e
grounds were as eyesore on account court house at Mtn
very .ped.I'per yard. this sale..B o Very i hand some line pure silk organdie hi all the new color comblaa
of their delapldated and unkempt eonitttioa. "Jury service: Is not I
a designs; lions; some la dainty flowered designs; some j Ita quaint flgnrts la
silk some pompadour
The Improvements made 'r. ant; but It Is ;
necessary for these three days..B pastffl shades; regular 75e vales this tale...'........ ....... .4k
etntly by,the planting of hedge, trees, summoned should [ $> sold at 76c

flowers,.u.have sad aa appreciated gnaabUac or .... (
'change. There U still room for other han been exensed. '|| r.

r Improvements,,' 'and we believe'"every teer.'btat.1 I8h.( Tuesday tie 19th. Wednesday the 2

taxpayer cC the county Is heartily tafiror Proper to bet ..." M>
\ __ _....,. 4'4 ....... .* 4 .. ., ..
6(5 coBttsvattosi cfUU wwrt.Ho to b>.fnmn He4 far; t _. .I"_", ,1. '. '...., .. J I rsow. a 1rO *>' -OM ct *" ,*. .

OM waits to see 1M made ton the_dotle oT cI

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.1 of the present O
I talugg .
11 nun in 11 in i ii MM i cUscusstojjij! to call attention .afresh to "t ,I I.
IIL II I the slaughter bust f
mother t base> of

I 'H poem for Coday :: ness the question In cattle fhlcajro of get that railroad to the begins yards.tranoporta--long It'before lathe Vacation; TimeThe :

t< I11II IH I I 1 II 1 I I I I 1 II I 1 M' I 1 1 I 1 I I I I I I 1 I 1 I 1 I I I I 1 I I Iim Uon during; which he cattle are carried
! 1 IS bourn or longer If the::cattle s
* \
men ''CaB7 contrive it without food or
THE HEATHEN CHINEE1 water 5 The result I Is that -many of I.I I J JI. i ii

Ibem di41n transit, are knocked down

By Bret Hartc and train thelj load!: legs made broken crazy and mad the with hole fear i man who has fat had his, will soon be taking

t wish to remark- But the hands that were pWred and sur rlng. Their meat is rendered

IWlnrn) for for my: ._.trick.tantiase.,.. that that are Is are plain dark vain And By Were the that quite points heathen frightful that Chinee he to made*ee .' In the unfltfor aggregate. human to food the cattle and the raisersI lost it. Summer Suits apd( Summer Trousers are usually -:

heathen :Chine l. peculTJU at Lost be put down right bower I enortl oul. A strong effort will be
VI'hk-h the same Nye had dealt ito the packing home condl
iar- made when man's.
the most apparel item in
Which tht same I would riM to ssplaln. me. tins art ;,being re-arranged to force promipent a ;
i the separation of the killing and the
Then I looked up at Njre. I '
And he gazed upon me. packing departments. It la held b) TIME TO,
mind when it lIP.11I
Ah Bin was hi. name. comes "PACK
klUedwhere :
And he rose, with a ilcb. many that If the cattle could be
And I hall not denyIn
the Hunt And ..u.1. Can this be? they i are reared or reasonably I ,
retard to
What that cam might loiplj. We are ruined by Chinese cheap labor. close in;'the nelghbarhooj, the work
heathen CDI Whether GO R' YOU STAY'We'li
chndAn he went tor that :
But hla smile it war penalT /d ilea could bf_ done Just:as economical 1 you
like. and expeditiously and the iaspectlon
J Aa I frequent remarked/to BUI Njra In the scene that enauedI a-ould bjs much more effective and carried

" did not take a hand. ; ou| under more sanitary conJl
It was August the third. But the floor It was strewed
. And quite soft were the sales Like the leave on the strand ions
Which It might be Inferred With the cards that Ah Sin bad been see ,Dress You Well
That Ah Sin waa Ukew.... hiding There:i is a hot fight on the statehood :
..." Tet be played It that day upon WU- In the came "he did not under bill going on. It has almost been accepted

Ilan stand. I 3 s an accomplished fact that .
And m* In a war I despise.
In his sleeves, which were Ion*;. r OklahoQa and Indian Territory wouldbe .
Which w* had a .man cam. H. bad twenty-four Jack. t t allowed to come In together and ] .
And Ah Bin took a. hand. Which was coming It irons' {; hat: thet referendum would be workej I '- x If soj suit of soft Homespun; not a superfluous ounce'
It was euchre. The aun Yet 1 state but the facts. in Ne t Mexico and Arizona being 4 t you say .
He did not understand.Bat And .. found on his nail, which.ware' railroaded into Statehood even It oner j I Ak(; I

With he the smiled imlle aa he that sat wee by childlike the tabU What taper Is,frequent In .tt] ) both
,ued bland was ,has been said in print that the Speaker -----I -

would rather leave all four territories j =I gray Serge, we're read single or double breasted suits; every-,
stocked Which la why I cold than to allow
Tet, the cards they were Out In the -
In a way that I grieve. And my laiuruace Is tapen-tllatl two of:::them to .come in without the j y favorite and
And my feelings were shocked That for ways that zero. This Is true. He and o season's You know our qualities our tailoring
At the state of Nye's ...... And for Uicks that t < 1 : ,

Which-- .....was... slutted. fun- 'of aces,_ sad .The Which heathen..e asm Chine* I ... would the other Uke Republicans to have thla of believed the House ana 1 o our styles. You will find them hard to equal at'our prices1'

Jot theme with Intent to deceit .. tain. :., 11 l I they: will make a show of thinking
that w.r it long as they: can. But i:

II1IIIIIIIIHIMHHIHIIIIHIIMIMMII. the fact: Is that they would rather
.. make sure of getting only: two Democratic i $6.5d'

'. YORK" FASHIONS' Indian ;Senators Territory out now pf than Oklahoma to run and the $8.00 $10: and $12: ;

NEW .. risk It maybe ofgetlng taken four intolerably later I In the certain game -.. -. \ ., .. ;

... that the two territories named will

Pattern For a Child's Petticoat Skirt Doi M admitted as one State at this sea t

I .
Dean-No. 4750 -11-- ,
by Martha; t _.,
who have to .... ... to I
Mothers i 0.. Itret .***.. .
4750 dressing children will wsteem with | > The first sugar manufactured la this i

tenet a >pattern for a skirt which! I* M country was made In New Orleans In .

dainty aad practical the on shown.. IT91 I
. .s It to mad. oa a fluid yoke. the

...... '/ .. 118t-q made by on button oa the tahoul- Michigan f has KicMamsw been called the Lake R. W.odes

dr. Th skirt Is shaped oa tile shoulders State for an obvious rear in. It Is better
t t r and under th. arms thus dotnfj away known as the Wolverene State

4k1 with th objectionable .... zed hems at from the former presence of great :

.th* armholes. which are always s'lump numbers; of wolves In Its forests.Etna. --"": --- -.

and with the seams of the other ....- "
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meats are apt to be' uncomfortable. This
It .l/ertimateU by naturalists that of
I model Is the result of careful study nod
millions of laid by mosquitoes
the ( eggs
will be found most satisfactory U nad*of !
luring a season not one In ten produces ;
of the skirt materials. Th >attero StreetOutfitter .
any | number
a perfect insect the greater ;
for a child of three years'requires of thejte pests perishing either in the

and three-deaths yards of tWrtye. 1 IIIcb'mat..n&l. etrs or In the larvae form being devoured 3.22 Twelfth Florida .:
No. 4TM uses, I months to I and birds.
f by !flab reptiles
years. :
Bend 10 cents to this office five number : fers are so plentiful In the la-
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.,,- Sloe of Japan that they: an sold ,- -
: of this pattern. No. 430, and state de- lea for on county! road between sections 21 J. A. Lasseter as IVet1 L N. Carry
sired. It win then be sent to you by mall In the restaurants of that country MINUTES COUNTY 28 45 south range 43 east with E.* r: Bbwe/s and F. C. Miller

postpaid. B
'way five full :address. Severs) day I.i L.glsd. $410 for grading and excavating the F. Gallat and C.H.HuJdleston aa sure

,, 'must be allowed for delivery of pattern. Ivy In road at Jvpiter u advertised was accepted ties. J. J. Hamilton with J. Wi.
.' In ngland the Ivy Is considered an ; COMMISSIONERS and attorney for the board was Erlcksoa and W. E.'Toangs sa sure
emblem* of fidelity.._In_an_parts of I authorized; to draw contract'aad bond ties. M. M. Richards with 3.4 N.
urea J.\r:'; Bri taln th a itami** with a covering same.Commisioner. Lummns and 3\-\ B.'Lumraus ss "sure

luxuriance unknown In most other t I Sewell was authorized ties S. E. Larklns with W. A. Lar-

PRESIDENT ROVEW l fT quarters of the world and the tena- I tI I to have ridge at foot of Avenue D kins and J. C. Barteshaw aa sure

ciousaess with which Its tendrils cling painted a per. bid ot Pierce A Hardle ties. 0. F Brsddock with J. :W.
to rocks and walls Is supposed to haveoriginated '. for '110. Johnson and.R.1 H. Hull sureties. J.
the Idea of the symbol. WHAT THIS BODY Of COUNTY OFFICIALS ] W. Johnson with O. F. Braddock and
It wasboard regularly: ordered by the
.. R. H. Hull sureties. Mrs. 8- A.
DID AT LAST REGULAR tha the salary of bridge tender as
Dan SHARP REBUKE | Th. 0.td' Eaal.. | for the bridge over Miami river at Bravo with Robt, R. Taylor and Ceo.
weighs RE- B. Romfa sureties. J.. O. Far
The average golden eagle MEETING THE OFFICIAL foot of Ai enae D In the city of Miami as .
twelve pounds. Is three feet from the be Increased to $50 per month from row with P. N. Bryan. and T. E. Dar.age

-_ tip ot his bill to the tip of the tall sod I PORTI June 1. WX to January' 1. 1907. I ss sureties
j. I The road superintendent lied
!: baa.r1Dp of seven feet spread. i I The blc of C. H. Coffin of UO.Oll. I
j Ii : Ms report for the, month of May,
cost of I
less the um of $300 to cover
To- Chairman Wadsworth of House Committee A I Tfcey Eat Atoa*. t 1 preparing) lithographed .blank bonds'.I The for county the: month treasurer of Msy Bled showing his. report :
eat nnrpttau if A VWl luna
'l'1 Maldlrlaa I f Miami. Fla, JuneThe :' far the 1)741 nf the euwv IMUV
the following balances hand June
ture For,His Attitude in Packing House Scandal \ a meal they retire to the most | board of county commissioners. f'6 per cent bonds, to be Issued on behalf I I, 1906: on _
find and atwlthtdrawn of Tax School District
'" rr'cu1- secluded spot they can met I this_day: in regular session. Preejenll f pedal the GeDenll'1lDeI.. .(r .. _. .. >$}32$3
Phase Taken Up. blinds or surrounded by a No. 1. was accepted subject to Fun
vestigation-The Slaughter Fine and Forfeiture .. l.D6'.n
A. Wlnfield. chairman. Jno.
of this T. approval bf the attorney of the board
screen' The explanation pronotion
School Fund .. ..I.. ... .. .. 20.89
Is more likely to be fear thaamodavty. Sewell E. H. Dimlck. Harry DuBoU who was Instructed to investigate said Interest and Sinking Fund .. .37

14 : In days gone by the savage and B. O. Tweedell. A. K. Dearborn bid and advise the board thereon. Road Fund .. ..j.i .. .. .. 47.7S
a The only other bid for this purpose
I DO doubt concealed himself: lest some I clerk and John Prdhock. sheriff. Special School Sub.'Dts. 1 .. 3.111.60Special
President I. stlU In the field. This zeu.man. than be should snatch received Was that of 8. A. Kean. who
Washington June 1C mangy stronger The minutes of last meeting read School Chap. 5383 .. 1.053.7S
Roosevelt this week delivered a sharp whoever he I.. Is evidently a personal bIB hard earned. food away and approved. bid fl0.o6o. less i per cent for attor.net's Game Warden Fund.. .. .. .OS
friend of the President and wrote In feesi etc.. which bid was rejectedH.
rebuke to .Chairman Wsulswortb. of Petition of W. N. Woods for permitto
F. Hammon. Wm. Lanehan and
the House Committee on Agriculture a familiar and confidential yell, saying; I I' cdsmbTb1 .. sell liquors wines and beer In election : Total.. .. .. .V .. .. .. K5.SM.t9
that has been holding hearings on the that his part of the work halt not yet entire fleet of Columbus wasworth district No. 10, was received aad H. C. Hood were appointed a committee road I Bills aggregating a total of $3.714.73

Netn Reynolds report concerning the bean concluded but that he hid taken only $..ooo. and the ezplonrMsalary ordered advertised. to view| and hotel straighten out at Palm were approved and ordered paid from.
the little time off to watch what lie char from Flagler property
In a
dreadful conditions prevailing the General Fund.
was $300 a J'IU. The board regularly adopted recommendation -
of about
bf Pack- Beach south a distance 4.WO
Chairman racterled u "the awakening '
Chicago packing houses. ;, < of Commissioner Wlnfletdla Bills amounting to I4.6S7.74 were
Wadsworth's attitude throughout the IngtowTu" He said that fromthe moment feet and make; report of same at next approved and ordered paid from!01.
i Cfcr. 4 the* Us *. regard to controversy with Mrs. bf this board
of conditions had been meeting
Investigation has been remarkable and the report Road Fund :
the Island of Capri possiss.s a Brtekell as to rock used from pit ,
has 'cau* j comment all 'over the I made public the packers had been 'I ualqne cave of the blues wherein the opened on land of Mrs Brickell that The following bonds were received Bills amounting to $1.330 were approved

country and especially at the Capitol I working: day and Bight to cat their air ts like a twttlght ef bins fire and the board purchase a lot of land of and filed} and ordered paid from -the

He has appeared openly aa an advocate places la some sort of shape for public waves aDd grotto waDe and boats and five or tea acres to Include said pit. F. M.I Hudson, notary public. State fine and forfeiture fund. .
of the packers and daring the Inspection.. Then he detailed some and OMIookt from Mrs. BrlckeQ. and agreeing to of Florida at large with A. A. Boggs There being no ftrtJker business ,
hearing this week when both )JlelU of the changes In method and remov-: people-sisrytLtng ersey therefor the sum of fifty dollars sad T. U. Townley as sureties. the board adjourned to meet Monday .

and Mr. Reynolds .were called to theatandv anon that had been accomplished. He -, bias pay acre for same u campesatioa for E. A. FJinisnn. notary public Stateat Jaly.3. 1106. "

they wen true questioned and said that the most of It cane from t I'De'" CIeeII .d ?..- per rock .alleged to have been used bythe large) with Ceo. G. Cnrrie and
scant courtesy u the fear of publicity and the flnsndslconsequences Strotun sureties.
treated-wita aa Glen as
and taken from said land [
ota dock made for the county .
Tk works Death shag
: but that there )rai mixed I AfeeiMfleJtiadecrease
been the ones nndeiInvMtlraUon notary public
though they had 'W.L Wldmeyer. .. -
the board refusing to make any settlement '" '
_.. .. Instead .of the Backers. with the general movement some Cathedral of 8t Oervals d'Avraaches ; State at|large. with Gea W.
--'--- -- Mrs. Brickell for said rockBldg TlaclaJ1.l
:;. There are five sets of l \'
This attitude of the chairman and small though very small evidence weigh twe toes t for excavating and grading the ;J. A. Armour and May.L.. ta the a>W'atlo that!the
the member of the committee that the-consciences .of-these slave-. wheel,aad the boon are'strack.ea sureties. 'er'l
of ;
some road at Jupiter were opened and read. as use of Dr. Kings New Life Pins tacreases. -
other members driving masters-had actually been.a a bf D weighing ..- sis' tons by a of the '
marked that
flit* ao" Board then adjourned to meet at The fallowing Justices peace They says yes from' daager
of the committee protested against little touched by the portrayal of conditions clapper ef 220 pound, There' are roar 1 m. I filed their reports of fines forfeitures and bring fjalck :aad palaless release
Commissioner NeW they had themselves)created. faces to this clock;which to the largestInfraac of R. !
It and said that Bard met pursuant to adjournment and costs for the month May; from constipation aad.the Big croviac
b and Mr. Remolds were at least; esft > Altogether It was not-a nice pieceof *. U was regularly ordered by the J. Cbf uingwortb' H. L. Clark. Wm out of It Strength and vigor always

-r- titled to as mock courtesy and constdtieraUOB correspondence for Mr. 'Wadsworth board that rock be furnished for the Stuart Hill and A. J:. Heyser. county follow their ase-i Gnarsateed. by an
the ....... n- .
hare ,
u was shown to the repre- to to swallow especially at miles Judge. I *
of a road about four dnisiata. ISo. Csem.
-Saentatlv;* of the packers.t., ..04-, President Immediately mad* 1ts allpublic. It] is said that no cseatry ia the In building!length from Fort Lauderdale to'a County Judge and Tax Collector NTry ,

The'.President today wrote tpafr.TOsdswortb. Bat It was the.sort f| a sting work abows so great variety of-plsatVfeaaMazUo. point la section 19, township 58 south, filed their Joint report of licenses Issued Mwrnlahl Oelsi :
lnr public rebuke that apparently! ihe I A ef
t and traasnnltted him th" range 42 east, as prayed for In petition during the month of May.
1t chairman of the committee to t tfte $1601.50 for the State and $S4.TSfor
report of the committee InvestigBr signed by John W. Newman and others
& lion appointed hy the Secretary of make,him realise that he feed< ......11_ and It was also ordered that an the county.: could not brine as much' happiness to
I' Agriculture. This report bore,oat spoken to. | The rhinoceros Is the thickest seta appropriation of five hundred dollarsbe Tax Collector filed his report of Mrs. Lucia WUke. of Caroline Wla j

the general statement of UeuraXeft C. aect.'quadruped.: Its bide betas tonga made by the county towards the I taxes collected during the month ol as did oat SSe box of Buc1tJ..'. Arnica .
and Reynolds. The report was coached Meantime Commissioner Ntm seems enough to resist the claws of a lion or building of a bridge across the south May: showing $30. 814.60 collected tot Salve when"It completely eared

/J in very colorless language, hot the to be taking his rosstlngs before the, tiger, the blows of a sword or the balls: fork of New river to connect with the countr. a running sore on her leg which had ;,
u committee good natnredly. j.He was The following fire arm bonds were her 23 Ions Greatest
main facts were there disguised of sa: eke fsshloned musket 1 said road.Petition. tortured yean. i
well as they could be under precise asked after the second dar/. session of B. F. Lauder 01 Co. tv approve i: antiseptic healer'of piles, wounds and .t
departmental phraseology. The Prea how long he thought his inquisitionwas I **** *. j sell liquor, wines and beer In election Robe Welborn with Ceo. O. But sores. 25c at all drug stores
,4. Uent called the attention of Mr. Wads- going to continue. He replied Women have worn corsets from the district No. 10, was received and ordered I :er and W. F. Tar borough as sureties.! i
that he did not know but that It could David McNeil with R. F. Hoyle and
'-10.... worth to the tact that there was no earliest times. The mummy of an advertised. Sere Nipples I
conflict cf statement between the I not continue too long for him. Yon who lived 2,000years Pursuant to petition signed by Cullen I F. Gail t as furetles. J. W. I"nwith
two reports and added that the investigation know" te said by way: oC;;'explanaation. Egyptian princess discovered lei Pence and others, asking the boardto E. D. Tucker and Ceo. P. Bullas
be had In !hand was by no "I come of Irish stodk. and Ix before Christ was the polling place la precinct sureties. Geo P. Ball with J. W. cure may be. affected by applying;
means finished but that enough had Is tie general Impassion that when 1372, and round the waist was a cool'1 change from Hypolnxo to Boynton. It .. Ires ant E. D. Tucker .as sureties Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the ;.

been shown already: to prove that my ancestors wanted diversion, they: trltance closely resembling the mode 1 No. ordered 4 that saij change be made E. D T| ickf-r with Geo P. Bull and J. child Is done nnr((3g. Wipe It off .1

,T. drastic legislation was necessary to went out and killed a landlord. Well, .enj-corsvt 1 and was that Boynton be made the polling : W lye as sureties. Roxey Clark with with a soft cloth before allowing the 1
correct the abuses that -had been de if the landlords want to take a hand :I of said precinct: I John Wf. Clark: and E D. Tucker a.I.uretle child to nurse. Many trained nurses ,;
nl ped. y in'the killing now, I will be there while KarlIjt -. w. place Instructed to notify : John 8. Crane with J. A. use this salve w'-h the best results .

# He added for the delecatloo of Mr' It Is going on." Germany the star group which'. ,. The roadmaster clerk was of ihe Florida East : \\"elll Ind E. C. Miller as sureties Price! 25 e-nts r cr v>.. Sold hy Bi*>
Wsdswortli.a.letter,from another. S. ji I wet call the "Bdr' Dipper" Is known : to in road crossing H. Keller with J. C. Keller and a Drug Co.! and an dragglsta.r .
put IA.
10- Testlgator,.at present unnamed. who The humane scWstJes'''of countryire "v rI'. WltrO L-- <-\J '. fI Const Railway ,, ayp I

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Souvenir Post Cards, :. LARGEST LINE of SOUVENIR SPOOLS Watches and Jewelry

,:'. ;! I To Select ;from. tin Florida at REPAIRING.

20 cents .a. dozen WHALER'S. JEWELRY; STORE' ,

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./ I : ? : .:J 3i: EEE: : : :EE: >EEEE3BuIIdIAp : : :; I prepared orders in to their execute

THE New Residence tarn's absence from the city will tx I I
Captain K. M. Large Is erecting a Indefinite ss he Is combining bushes'

'fl.Rsr NATIONAL BANK I commodious none residence: and on attractive his lot artlneii on ISttreetfsouth aid pleasure. (Millinery Department.iCe.igners t'1

i tide and will soon hat (I Hnylers chocolates and bon bon..I ISO i --.
the same:, completed and ready for cents per pound at Blscayne DrujSftore.
.... '. : occupancy. i,' of the latest Summer style, hats
Clean cooon rscsat..WIom (."Wanted- A first-data meat cutter'I Department
..i L Tailoring
'."(' : 'J. T at Armitrong'i Meat Market AveatM
j ,. .. and 11th street
<\ !; lj1. "
". r. lt 000 CmSrellaa repaired ana. icotr j. r co.tu.J. )
i .. l' $50. Jacket Btms.PalntFhg For street carriage and evening "'.
'; waists, tailor gowns and coats ::0-
.t':7.: sal.k! v '

..j. Surplus and Profits' $13.500 Plejfce(: Bridge ft: Hardle.. the well know AMONG THE CHURCHES 232 Twdfltl. 'Street. Miami '

: 'Assetsjover, : :' $500.000 I day.palntersxommenced I repainting the the county work this bridxoverlhe to-e r I

j I Miami river at Avenue I. Baptist Church 1
the same having been authorized b;, ,I Sunday morning services. Sunday -- -
: the County CommlMkmers. Weather ,School at tea o'clock: preaching at I .
_. -ro President .*.. b. .. -';, ,;,. I rmtttlnc the work chonld. be con eleven o'clock. Evening! servloea-B.T. .
RD. '
L; J ; '
_u EDWIN A. WADDELL. VIce-PresIdent > I pleted Inside a week.Pletar. ; P. U at :45No preaching la th
-. : W. H. SPIT2ER. Vlcc-Presldent S -. 'evening. Prayer at J:30. Wednesday
1 0' I EDWARD C. ROMFrt.'__ *Cas ler.- mmes made. to order., ,,TV. evening subject: "Study of the Sermon -
Rackbt 8torsBOUIER on the Mount. J. B. RoJgers
In charge of services. I Special i l Offers
y I. -r I mean. rtKAL'BCTATBWarOn ': Presbyterian Church

onlsavings.compound.diquartarty. and. w* WerthlMS Dogs Special service tomorrow at 2:00
'\ PK oentCoald has |
> manhtl"Hatdea bec
withdraw City a. m. Children's-Day service. postponed '
: R"t Qulr.nonot1C.oflntentlon."t .. warhn: the worthleM canines and Iron }''I.. ,i L ,
I part or an 0'your depOelt.. JI II" from lilt Sunday because of! "
j '
,V! ...1 4 'J y- a ,It: now 011 throuja the summer he ,wD rain. Miss Ruth Zelly will sing a solo ending Sat nlaye 16
; kill fall of those found roaming thestreets ; and the program Includes other I' forUheiweek
and which can be caught an<
/ fi.- '1 feature of Intereit Ten minute sermon c _
: carried to the pound. This moralnjthree ( for old and young by the pastor. i
such animals were dispatched ti collection In aid of the JPresbyterisn > .
I ,:I him. Special Ladles u'mbreli.*, /, 'I I Linen Towelsworth 150
Heaven by
dog churches In California, worth5J ... .. .. .. 1 19c
I" damaged or destroyed by earthquake. 75]cents, at........ : .t: .; : : t'L.

1 II II Sttmmer rates at the JUtawtonBoardlAi At close of service session meeting 1 Boys' Wash Suit,. worth Tab Dsmask] rom We .
Goods last t House 22S. Ninth street lo receive members Communion oa 1' ,Llb f at...........:....9Q- At.....*... f..J. :...OQ. '
The Way we sold $ ,I.. following Sunday. W. w. Farts, pas I' :
Men's +
ate tavsstew.eI tor. Night; Shirts Ladles Shoes.1 worth 101'98T1

BMOMIKM' means ;-, I .. ', : .. I II. cents at........ort1159c_ at ........1.!j ...... ". .

for'25'c will Resume DrsdglngV Christian.l ..Church' t )( 's Trousers, worth )len'. shoes, ;worOi $200 ::
Saturday wasa JauMOQj The big dredge of the P. SanfRods I. Services held In Fair.bulldlDl Sunday at................ I.75 at .........: ........; 11:0
'I Company which was towed over school at If ..m. Preaching at I' l'i.
9 > .Jr. from the cut on the opopilte aids olthe1 11 a. m. Com-nnntin at 11-45 a.m.Andrew )( Negligee Shirts, ors C/V, I Boys' Shoes worth |ull 7C
bay a few days ago to han'r} I i U. ChUholm.__ minuter. I: worth TSc at. JUuLaijles I at +.4.' "

tl pairs made to her condenser was .. II Lace Hose worth Infant's shoes to do*
It, ralnedallday'We! :dealveredtheds." pulled mt up to to take the oa terminal coal after dock wbiclshi 'taliiraing I I Sunday; Trinity first after Church Trinity. San I SS cents ..... I 19c out l

Although we advertised: ,rwe would and that's wfiy'.the I will be carried back and put ip lay school at 10 a. m. Morning prayerit I wJite lawn aprons worth n.. Udles Dressing Saequee 39c
work again digging Miami's. 11 a. m. Evening prayer at 7:SO I 15 cents at.:7\1 worth 75e 1st.. .
When actual bargains water canal to the sea.Breeslsr deed .
people came In.the rain to this store. p. m. Celebration of the Holy communion <
*some j at 6:45 a. m. N. B. Fuller. iJdles" Ribbed Hose U I n* Ladles' Walking 1k1rta.3.50
are to be, had weather. doesn't count Here are ; wants t* list year reperty rector. i Worth U cents at.... _IvvWfUte worth '4..10 atLadles' ...
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,I' I Counterpanes ar* Walking I
,.. don at the lletrepoils gQ. 18Jdrta.4.5D'orllL
pewrttlq M. E. Church, South IU5 worth SS.SO at..
office at reasonable rates .ac Sunday achodl at 10 a. m. Preach
Actual BargainsSaturday&Monday I lil 1ng at its m. and"atT:30 p. m. Jnn-
1 .
r" OrderedfA ,. ,if '
term Warning len Epworth League at'4 p. m. Wed-
storm warning indicating th.i p-1 1a'4 lesday praermeetlng st 7SO p. m.1 I
I plarance of high wlaJs over Cap roreign Missionary Society meets on Isidor I Cohen 6 Company
moving northward, was received rhursJay at 4 p.m. Steward's mating'!
/her yesterday afternoon by the local Friday at 7:30 p. m. L. D. Lowe
weather1! observer. Today a strong tastor. 30312th Street Miami, Florida
.southeasterly wind prevails which Ow-
lag to the warning prevents crafts J
from going to sea. It is not expected, PURSERS CELEBRATE
*4 ''I however, that the blow will SILVER JUBILEE .

16th and 18th much.Skaggs. .m1un PIPE DREAMS THAT COMB TRUE
June [ Cincinnati. June 16- To celebrate H* can: afford to smile If aQ his
cottage on
be twenty-fifth anniversary of Itses-
rent to November lit, sblishment the Northtld Turnvereinrill 1 pipes trap and drains are good
M. for $!5.00 a -month.,J. IL. Tatim give a great ""Schantnrnen" ex- f/i repair.- Els* .his
ft Company. | ibltion of gymnastics at the League PINE PLUMBING
6 1' taseball Park this afternoon. The dream would tarn to a nightmare.Spring's .
NInes ... Stone Residence i arlous turner societies of Cincinnati, : here- b* careful that n&..
When we, offer bar.Lafiu>, QIl1d'f16.i tine Nina, a regular winter vliltor! lovtngton and Newport bar been In- ( dew drops from your ceilings sad. J.o
la having 'the foundations Ited to take part and will be repre- sudden crop of boiler leaks await yo
Shoesinteresting laid for a large and elegant tone(residence ented by large delegations of their 1 Send for us when yon want expert
: gains we,' make it In Fort Dallas Park when complete belt gymnasts Tonight there will plumbing at low Finest..
to be a duplicate of her home In be a big banquet at Northslde Turner itary work on new sand old Jobs quickly
12 pair of ladie-i, :white canvas the, suburbs' of Philadelphia Mrs.Ivlns HalL Tomorrow the celebration wills r .
oxfords, are reduced and her granddaughter JMlai continued by holding Tolksfest" .tone.H.. P. tCRUdOS A CO.
from $1.2S to.....|,...7SeB. Gertrude' K. Ivlns. are wealthy[people at'the Zoo.; Children's games, gym s"""
and nothing will spared and
aatic exhibitions living pictures
lot of Men's, Boys fi 1 1
11'aDd children'.hat.at..25 e 12 pair of ladies' Canvas Oxfords make their I winter home beautiful aaclng will be the principal feature
reduced from $1.75'onrpaiitotjT They will return here In the early fall 0'f r. the feat.VonderM. -6.. :

fgr Th25c 'andfLSStoperprl $1 00 I .. "SHOE YOUR HORSE
IOT* j /**. *. to........ ......_ .. Martin's, Shooting Gallery Is JoCerIng ,
:" '- alL rifle for the Exhibition of 'v r SHOE YOUR MARE
Slightly soiled, that's a (good Winchester
Foepuraftadieahofb..25i C IP during the month 'Of
highest SCOT .
... ... r them do
t. One lot of child's three strap Jan. Six shots for IS eenta. any Urn yon send around
necktie Patent Leather j Slippers I .1 Vp It 11 I the Job right, with consideration for
Big lot of toW reduced from$1.25 to OC* .
About Deputy Enumerators animal's feet and pocket.
t.-. your your
to. a .r. aoair.. ....... ...7i..OJt Census enumerator R-- H. Seymour HypnotismDo l
.0. ..; li' Long experience tempts us la to"say-
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lot*of Men's and Boys'Canv three stated today that he had not yet, determined
Big 's Shoes high and low One lot of misses' strap '' upon f his deputy enumera p'' I Inc we know how to and do satisfy

cut Leather soles. Patent Leather Slippers in Ion. but:that be would probably select stash} every horse owner who places his asImal -,

w For..,.,..,..,.....40e- sizes of 12 tot pal q.'I Reduced one, from each'of the several precincts not fail to see la our car*.
.from $1,75 selectloar
a f' SilO ; of the county. The
to..........jf! ..t.. i wilt be made the)first of next week J1c Crv .r -
lot of Men's wht:! ud tile announcement of th f same ftfessor. 0. B. J. A. DANN
; It an tad SM tor SOc ShIrts Canvas Shoes, hijfh and low ; tilde public Immediately thereafter 4XS Elevwrtk. Street. Nlaas ..PI*
cnt Reduced from$1.50 -. f loo la i i order that ,the public may!: know IB hit demonstrations el
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'. to. r:! this'important' tact, F FAn ..L- -

Shirts"We I ';r tnanbrrrw. 'yw ,I..SPKty Life Death. and the -

"J' .have a Wf lot of shirts on PantsLot extended Trip J{ Resurrection:
left last
C A Mr. & R Tatnm.
sthiseosnterredoed: f Philadelphia and 'New York, on ..
from$1-ru d75cto..3Ut: 'of Men's pasta, the! Miami RREO f
\ .$125 business connected! with tongs in Spansh and English the t
rednced from$3 to.
r .Oar entire line of Men's SL25 i Electric Railway Compuy.He..m( (.uhan 'soldiers' Dances ,Cakeiaiks '
".mad S1.00Lion Brand shirts .Men's pants>> recn ni, the 17th sad the, .
I ctor 7Sc Rare bargainsare from$250to._ 4... it Greenville on bnsinet .In a1 in the Hypnotic state. : : : y l; .
+ after transacting some |>
.the*. Exactly what we ;1
paid for them and in 7Se Men's. pants.()()''reduced to.i.I Cl.3U CAf| Bt la-l.Louis... ') .make. Effle a visit C with BlIct his Illter-1, iaditoriom,Toes.June 19leserved
from $
# b fjlota.. ..........f. rarmlngton.! Mo. and other I !
In Texas, after which he expects to i sat JSc. A Udssioa 2Sc .H 0 1.1.I
.mtnra- to-- New. York anln I Mr. Ts I

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Many other'Bargains we guarantee for Sat: and Mon* I II I "- j'
'' Carries as many passengers: climbs more hills: goes just 241
I, fad; uses less gasoline and tire. ; is safer and more easily
controlled: just as luxurious and comfortable and costs
less for repairs than many cars that'sell for double or treble .

Theliarai Shoe CoJi a C This SpaceArmsfong its price. :: :' Send for. the REO book that tells why

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I Opposite the Express Office, jaij, Honda ,1 f Grocery Co. Miami Automobile Co.

13th Street near Postoffice


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t she Quality and [ the jvjality and

the Price that makeour'good3 Everythirig.li For The House: :price=rut makfs .

popular \ tu'tt pop alar
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Furniture Carpets Rugs s Kitchen UtensilsT "
; Mrtin
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1 of description .
1 : every .
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E'rtanl: T. fudge' I' :La th Street, Miami: : FL; orid8,


Dr| DuFuls, Lemon popular ..
Office'Phon*85 \\. IV [KING 'PhoneOSUndertaker physlclin and surgeon went Iowa this
Most Any morning on the Homestead train
Embalmer when lie has been called profeAlon-
I and .:. eJly.( ylYI

DA 1800 AVENUE, D | BKOMIIR! will eellect yew rwinFnrnlabM

RESIDENCE I l 0 7th'8THEE1 I -
rooms at summer price r P
'" IIS lth street. 1
."( ..

.Is apt to be one on which Mr) Alfred NewUnder. prominently m fh : I ,. "
; f twi connected with the office of'Mr. J. E. Z'' I.rt. '1n .
will have to personal ok :) L
you purchaseWEDDING4 = Ingraham la St. Augustine, spent yesterday Three Peaches'Peach '
V. "** here on business, returning to /- .
north last 1 Pad!,'" & -
the night I
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,A\ 'Ctiyt. George B. Baker of W41tPalm Give yodr Sunday desserts the famous I Mellow

9"'!"' .# .... : ,, I Beach Is In town on -'ID"'t! ':I Blue"Blnel Ribbon; Ribbon Lemon and riaror.Vanilla.Ask Absolutely for- foil Dollar description and a half Ban book Francisco containing rartfequake G.-DU lee cvtr that eWak taintysyot tt) Much Praise is

: rVnles'and hone for hire"at tie ItIJ|. pure. Goes twice u far as and Ire. Katie Soviet Cocoa- aa4nakas yW_ts eesluaalcMcsjcsMBacAv
: .
I. nut faSROUIR Bestowed
f ami Transfer Stables. I I other kind. trove Ycan't ..

Linderdate's swain RIAL .ITATIE.I gM eaeJgh.and yespdt upon the Norma Martlaea Cigar by
King, of Rev. W| E.. Stanton is much 1mprored. Idak too much.s .
Mr. E. T. one Fort I those who amok It regularly., And tt
I GItT : prominent business,.men U the second large carbuncle oat senor deserves all of It No better cigar warn
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: town today on business.For which hag appeared being about Completed. IwwerContracetor ever sold for I anti Tie viaQtr
I I healed and his condition generally I : Fred. RaUer-1au completed
Is uniform
and excellent Many at
,much better. He will probably be the laying of the sewer on 19th
Rent Two story house mOdem -' double the
proce are sot nearly soB
: out withlnHhe next week or ten da1L'l street to Avenue .D. thus glrlce the .
Improvements; choice residents of that thoroughfare a necessity \ t
I N.- B. Keeny, 133 Tnt street local'li.1 8KB MRS. McALLtTEB- -Bzc1C long feltHnylers AcmcBpttlwg WcfJfs this stock that ofCIGARS Is only one .good. .thug fa

: VI e'l be ready for you when: Mr C. A. Faudel will ( ABOUT REAL ESTATE: Sixth sreei. West! *f,tk. *w P.yI AND TOBACCO I.'
and boa boas,
from two weeks' trip to Fort I
night a .
't-t le 1;day "comes with the right Pierce Hnylers f chocolates and bon bone SO cents per pound'at BlscayneDrag: To mention an would require am
\ I 80 cents per pound at Biscayne Drug Store. i space than we command. Perhaps
Goods at the RIGHT PRICES Store I I /Jt win be sufficient> to say that th*
Cottage to reaL Apply 1X07
; D.The 'I ybllj; Weather Bound dgar. cigarette aDd pipe smoker eta
j nue '
.. -AI.]'1 I atM, rs.cards W| H. McDonald entertained The tog Sybil which came Into port P1.i.- get here.anything he ta.HAYES.
.f dance postponed from last yesterday afternoon the I rbtrrtdajr Prom Jacksonville with a u
will occur Monday night at the 'guests"belhg married women of her tow, I win"not-retana to that port anil
building. 1 acquaintance residing in her block at11th' after the continued bad weather :
___ ,I sirem'and Avenue A. The breaks sadsettles.tLOST..

.... -' and OPTICIAN ......... -u t* lie*'yeW en.. petty t 'I games time pleasantly were spent..Interesting together.and the t I AT Att MUOOI4TS The Cigar Min

I l I .Small green, bead purse containing OPPOSITE HOTEL: 'ISCAYNIJ.
.: Mt.tIIoe' ..;......,PIM di Mr. J.,A. Robbing U Indisposed'tSlsweek Woodmin for sale, good profits,and "gold. '!..tch with monogram. Finder I
not having bees able to be Jit smalr Inrestment J. H. Tatum A win frecelve reward by returning tW. -
his position la the Miami Hardware (i i
Co. 1210
DeCarmo Avenue C.
j Store for several day a B. Hawk ne. B. I. Laetr Lummuel

MrS:, f. f. McAlli ter. ..6eck I I, Have yon registered for summer ,I Building n Thirty Sldffa I:I C

f- -' Those 'desiring carriage hire will term at Miami Conservatory of i Messrs; Peck Jb Hume, proprietors The Miami Grocery .
reeelre prompt and tint- class serrfcse Music? :of the Miami! Boat Works hare beenawarded .
Real Estate applying1 to Mr*. Arnold.. 301 i the contract for building Immediately .
I Street 'Phone ISO. T t The choir of the Baptist church Is : ;! thirty fJat.b Uom skiffs for I Staple and Fancy Groceries '

: taking a fix weeks vacation and the the F-' &J'C. Railway for use In the FRUITSaod VEGETABLES .
Rentals tI Ins urance' Mr. Fleming G.RaUey left this moro- singing ,will be done by a'chorus of I 'o ratiOD' In la coDneetloa1I'ltt.i I!
leg oa his Tscatioa of two weeks jto girls t who thare good voices and arenterelted j the jbrtJge j and pier building. I
be spent In Bartow the home ot Us |In the work. Miss. Ida ) are. now at work on the boats, j'I Our stock of groceries is complete, and ,we think we can supply
.QC about eve rtbillg require in .toe baking fine. Our aim i is to
OfnceHaIdicttBWg. parents. Mr. Bailey holds a position Hall, ODe of their companions will I .
s. with the Frank T. Budge harware and preside _atl organ.SRouitn ..Lost- Bicycle, Rambler 1MJ model I, only the 1 qett 'class r>f ,groceries and oar pi ices oa them will be
furniture eatabtlshment.ROUIERwlllcete.t, No. 80.0S7.sprlng seat; clincher rims, I found Outs He bt. :Goods'delivered promptly to anr part'of the
.utte No. 2.' 320 1-2. .12th SL co -t I mean oat lawwssMsMs Hartford 77 tires; coaster brake. Return I city. and trgeiabte tock always rc.h. Circus a call
yew ..... to[ Frank Cobb Palm Street, and I

.Anotkeitof.. ... j, -r 1.5 | I. For Sal'' Well established mercantile receive reward. Telephooe 335 Twelfth Street Miami, Florida

THE KEt-'STORE Miami's young men has business paying 1230 a month Anything
disappeared from town. This tlmeiltIs gross profits for about WOO on easy you want done, sidewalks.
r Mr. Allen Wlgjlnton...made direct r terms J|H. Tatum ft Co. sewerage landscape gardening, roads ,
for Melrose Fla. It Is stated ..',a built.)lands cleaned. Set Fred Butts,, i
,fact that he does not go on business I The Rutherford gaests took an ereDIng's M1tm1.
,I I but on almost pleasant mission t" outing last night going la a
large straw-filled wagon which always i There arc many peopt wno eaa
I Insures jolly time. Mr. I read human nature la the lines ot the RA'i.and
Wanted Clean cotto raga a and Mrs.
dee.' r ,-; :: '. -, 0. W..Grimes chaperoned the .han They ten to their own satisfaction JUST
;andEmbroideries, .., party.
I lJ. ; a&--W..f I The fact that a heavy shower overtookthe -what kind of a person carries !
I the land. There an others who CIa
Me Carroll Smith'left this ) party AJded to the amusement t tell .
man by the-war he holds hUlead. .
for Holder. FTa. and after a "" ; I. ... .
]! There others who caa tell ?
presumably for his health he win T1I-I Something new. A new way to wrap .by the penmanship what kind of
It at other)places before' returningccjyyo! lee oream7 They call It the Sayso .person he is, and In each ease there Is .
business at the Magnolia tt wayTo ought to try
r' one and yon much:;, tnaULI

do not want to buy until .ferh@ s1 will saysoltoot Martin has them at I Did! you ever stop to think that you :
e you Lumber re furniture the shooting gallery on Annul Dnear :can tell a firm by ita advertising ii'you don't find what
heavy freight ,handled b>:.the Miami 11th '
We do
Investigate. not Stud the ads la this and
you street i i paper you
Transfer Co. In aDTpart of the coon- .
: will be surprised how true to life they .
try to see :how much we can t7. I Dr. P. ff. Sksggs left last DIeM are. 1 This Is a better test of our theory ybu want tell us of your requirements
of but add t 1 i forJacksonville..;>where he will remain than any thing else. Ton know
get out you, a living MIss McKenzie, of Boston, air!" overj until tomorrow. Mr. 0. the merchants how I. I
: caa Judge
profit to,what the: goods cost us In the city this morning to spend von Moserl# win Join Dr. Sksggs in far wrong we are. you and we can come
few'.weeks.' Sh has spent '
several Jacksonville tonight and tomorrow
.. There art the firms who hare bees la
'. ,J< seasons la this city sad Is being'welcomed they will sail for New York via Clyde I
business a lone time and hare a fair petty them
back among the young people Line. A few days will be spent there badness at a good profit' They are near supplying,
She II'regl.tered at the Gamble fconie
when they wJ1l embark for Germany.
...WE SELL EVE YTHINO- U | satisfied to let things take their coarse
___AND_ SELL. T.CHEAPER I on 14th street Dr.Skagg will take' .a postgraduate Theit':,B4 tans that they caa be found '
> 1W.I1..Chaile&SOR course &D ,' Mr.:1'1III.? .MOM t,1I'1U.opn at the same old place and their It"
: .RHAI.' ltflTATA: ,MRi fXeALUfrTERBBCK : a branch' IIce la Berlin, of,the real the anal gooo 1 I
\ I are earn aa to there Is ao .
I flnojof F. C Brossler .
4 estate Ctx.of use to change the reading hence their 1( :
this. -cltf. ad stands the oe.fl the year, and No. 152. Three. lots on Ave,.D at $500 each terms halt cash
Ul1A+eaMDf. Miami. FU.,I, 1 >. Mrs A., B. Dome entertained (ajparty if' -- feOBOVEft year. ,aMt;year.au t ; ; t i ?'
I sad ie Cat Aaaexat 1X1S AT*. 0.1| ,of friends at candy pulling last : COTTAGES ETC. MR* There :are other arms who I night at the home of her mother Mm.Sawyer IfeAlAJSTER-BECK. C--- >irMrs sensational of'
tune prices below tk* unimproved, price$800 each, or both for$1500.
on Palm.Avenue. The..affair cost price and when yogi real It yealook .J. .
I.was complimentary to.)(I'I.- D9U-r. -r.- at once for the hook for you boY No. 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 nth,
CG'M1NIN(! "FPk :8t An-.UliA.wtIO Hi;H. a dwell It Is a' ::
balt'h.caassao.mai can MIl
ergo --i -*- balance intone; year. There ia a little boas? oa this plave which
/i faetr goods below cost unless a* make hop
I.'j' r 4it *
1 some oher.wy. paIl $180 rer annum. Property will make a good btuines site
*2AyeaiteD .
sI :, .aittifgfepated; .today: t'ha | a "Th.nis'th..' arm:''with the eateh investnent. .-
I Battle Carpenter .is considered, dageroudyr.in i It U.7D t MD& a sentence '-We ''want, your' money." No. 155. We as recommend thin aa a rood On
fefaeleD ca:a SPLc, : .wthf a she grex errpart That was a fool thing to atfverttaa and this-property'there are six bowse la good condition, the yearly

.................. oec.rae.s IJI 0P .of maining the tails:' Her cl sister Miss Daisy. Dry. 'Colds3 Fancy;Notions; the vaylt was ran showed the Ira rental amounts to $720 and the price is only $4750 with' $1200

-,,Se Mence214, -14th St,_ --: j I who has also- been very low for teref- Fashionable Dressmaking was was -ma aew la tail the everybody advertising-waa telL tired It cash and lance ia annual' payments of$500. II .
4, S, Hatchett alr weeks, showed a slight ImproTsOmt CaH-and : -q ,
Office the
room BJIdj.J aad
: > inspectMagnolia ? did
'" J 'yesterday. ,,$. _.- .... It any longer.paper"* Then act that want arm to made twist No. d6. ,rOne good-two story hone facing the bay and 3

z I ... ; c. .. .. t I a change of front and aJrerOaed that valuable lits for$3200, terms$700 cash and balance to suit
Ii I. : they would M any order made to tae t.
: .., ,:. -r -1"i'. i I/ilUIf l i eataloogw bone for I eeata leee than No. 158. Three four rooou two story eottag-ta. price for the

.. '. -, ..'-- ... j jt .' It could be delivered for.Chicago.I 'three, $3000. Will sell separately. We caa .give very liberal. .
t..f t Everybody said H could not be doa -
N terma these. Ask for them.
kt .
1'W R'- 1 ;.i" but the firm mad good their promlMnd .
r t.
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; 2J that Is always tto test of tales ofaJvertlstag. No.159.A two residence
new story facing the bay
r '-- -' Ii l.lv H((1f ) ,fl": {i !t .:aG t.,...,,,#.. ,i the kind that. _ft Their take ads very have little hawed Effort I outside thf city oa the Biscayne Drive. Price$2500. with terms.
s U' 1'. I
gent reader sad bays to'... thai :. 'and this is the place to bu,.
'. they are op to date and leading ta df' I IL
their u... i
Typewriter F Watch ; XIAin 'HAKDWARX COMPACT.
Fa t : ] isJSpacel 1 -We wait your' noey. -

a : ',> i.4: ;" .il- l.).'. "' "'t: '1I' The MermaidAsk }

1 for rent I I:1
r Sale orv I! I F.G.BrossieriiSonReal(


Cro I Estateand: Rental Agents

pie I I ,;ery {Company. iudge Heyser I I

Phone, 84. Corner: Avenue D and 4th Street At I The Auditorium I 1200 AvenaelD[ Miami Florida -

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Matting, Oil i,:' Heaters|I I Skirts r SkeS

and Furnitu re : I "

Will be Sold at Reduced Prices |for thirty days. ;: Grand I Skirt, Sale.. at.i

J. Wes Watson I1'I : AvenueD: .


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THE ,FLORIDA STATE PFlESS One lot white and polka'dst duck
'I I 98' Don't Miss this Sale of

skirts worth 2.50, now. e .

Two Tampa lawyers H. P. Bailer In have West,been and swamped thatthe sunken by Che heavy barge seas may.; One lot white circular flounce 1.98 I
engaged a
anj Don. C. McMnllen or she may hare beeq loaded with. '2.50 value now. . . '
street fight Wednesday over a court lumber .which'would,cause-th"*bare r.a'

matter. .](cKullen wu ,decidedly. to float even If filled with-water.\ net'norl4a' One lot brown and linens rts: tuck
Ea.t Coast hat' lost quite a Hosiery
wonted.'*! number of'barzes by caught It J mpvf f now..1: : 1.98

heavy weather ,outside Wa spting.Tltusvtne .-t

'Orange Growers.. Uneasy Star:__ ,_ ;, If I
There is complaint from the orange I One lot pleated circular flounce 2 48

growers that considerable of the young HoMe Capture a "ovln_ Car J beautifully made. $3.00. now.. One lot plain black! stainless
fruit has fallen from a'cause they '";There was war on the ,passenger: 25G
can ,not explain ai- the seasons hare train northward bound,'laast night It 1 One lot plain crown linen skirt 1.25I.I worth 12 l-2c now 3 pr. for .. .

fayorable. There was a heavy pulled Into,Orlando,with an/exprea 6 175. now .-. . . . .
been find car: In the possession of six hoboswkf One I lot plain, black hose, stainI A*

bloom and the rowers' will treet.V later had locked themselves In the, car and< A ball lying In the fork of shall a tree lose One lot misses' white linen ft hand P. less 15c value, now. . . vlu
If oa the 1 must be played or the player -
plenty of oranges could not be persuaded to opea $
K. skirts I 175 and 250 nON; :
lusts County Record. the conductor was at k loss what Mi a stroke. I I.98
r do. He was carrying )U.wining passengers ; $1.25 and . . . .. One lot plain black hose stainI C
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whose fare lie!' could not cot T. Par. R.r7. less 25c value now. I Ov

KllllnatMerrllton, lest and for whose freight the expres& Our entire line of all wool I, I Including volls. '

,Te.terda,1rltneued a-terrible tragedy company was not responsible.' "Wheth; mohairs. English serge arid novelty One lot lace hose In black, white
at the. primary election. the tfad surround t
detach (
at MorrUtom er to car
and 35c value . .
of now
There was a good deal of drtnk with officers or blow tt np with powder suitings at a discount 25. per cent tan
these were questions that 1fouItpu
a lag and much" rowdlness. One death 1e the brain of the'; captain of and One lot fine lisle double heel and toe In

resulted. Marshal,I.. N. Chance was train. Happily, upon reaching Orlando Sale of Fine Laces black white and tan/50 cent flf|
heart'and almost immediately I
stabbed in the and making his known to
kited by a Mr. Priest brother Policeman Larson a plan was evolved I Ial' valae 3 .;, vv.
of Lawton Priest The marshal that worked charmingly.' "Policeman W have added to our I lace e of I last .

before, death ensued ;shot his sleyer Larson cheerfully called out to the week a goodly line of black lace One lot black and ;.white lace .48GA

.jag twice onlyfleshwoands.In the lee and side- The, both, tragedy be- conductor to' for pound a crowbar with might and commenced add- 6 1-2 to 12 l-2c now. f. . .5c lisle, value 75c now .. .. .. .

occurred about 8 o'clock In the erenlng main upon one end Of the express c rand lot brilliant lisle lace hose.
v line of val laces worth 3c to 5c per One I 68"-
.- Ocala Star so wrought! upon[the feelings !M
the six worthies that they opened the yard now 15c and 25c peij doz. yards black white, value,1 100. now. .

a NatVN'I'1I1..n. other end and made:an j, ignomlnoq
break for liberty The bright flash
ne farmer of Florida is the most
Independent man In the world If he of a pistol barrel brought three irf 1

.L that could fact.showered only Nowhere bo more brought blessings on earth to ''recognlie has upon nature acountry key anguishing them on to the time outside In the and,city awaiting they pen.hare with a pleasant beta tie, wbafs Lady tile(to matter new cook-But What hare,'I yoo Mary got W. M. Burdine 316 and 318:: 12th St.

[ that yen on fortCookSort
than In Florida. This does little dose by his(honor, the may ,
want to
I dont
not apply to any particular section or.-orlando RePOrter I IAa hare m7 complexion spoiled while Fm
but an Florida and every acre of toll
Is adopted.for the growing cooking. .
In the State we go to press]we are ad1'1.1..1
of some product. The soil I. also hat some of the citizens\ of Jensen A ..,. aa.w.r. :
as dlTentfled'as' It Is fertile, and held last with '
Mbnday night
a meeting
If an ambitions grower does not and become the rlew of obtaining an Injunction( 1! s Oysterand! ChopHouse;
with less effort
Independent against the board of;countT'commJs- .
with half die acreage than Is required anon restraining them from building I
In other sections of the country, there the Jail contract for which has (recently Meals at all Hours
'fa aurely.aomething.wrong. Galnes- been let.J They retained Bray

,rOle, UJL' -- and Knight as atorneys in the matter. Oysters bj plate quart or giUon.
p We regret very much; to see the Dotard eats served at all hours 410 12th Street. Miami. Flood*
Jail Delivery Prevented enjoined as they have let the contract
for 'a good mfMtantlal, fireproof
about 8 o'clock a prig
Monday night
bonding that can not be duplicated for
Informed japer Before
once at the county Jail nvestigate Investing
Rob Jackson of a plot among certain the same money. 'tVe'are at a U,.>ss
to know why such Action should i be
to km him. a plot supposed
prisoners taken. We also learn that It 1f&lnmored -
to have been concocted by,W. J. Wind Power
some time agojthat; action would!

Dtffln white, prisoner passer of by worthless the name checks, of.,Carr a compelling be taken to them mandamus tot'bulld'the' the board Jail.Thus Has been adopted by the best people;, of the country as the

Std Petersburg for petit for raisinjr water. Note the woo hare "
sent up from the board Is between the drUand cheapest power people
larceny a Mrs. Carr. and two negroes, deep blue sea.1, It Is said bat Papa (literary who has glen orders them they could hare steam gas and hot air too tf they mint Jred
sent up for carrying concealed weapons one reason why.thif action was be Is not to be disturbed)-Wbo lilt? it. I handle the best mill made and make specialty ot this '

." The Jailer upon receMng the en .by'the :Jensen (people Is that k'i Little Daughter-Scarcely .anybody business and with mj pump mechanism that I hare just been;
Information"at i once laid plans for elcUoa had been held to determine dear papa! granted patent on. I will guarantee to double the capaatr
circumventing the attack and as a re the location of the county seat. Before I I J value and life of any wind mm outfit. Any infringements will
suit of the conspiracy has added another the commissioners(took any action Tan. _....r..1'Ni be prosecuted.
,. prisoner to' those confined In whatever to build the,Jail they bad
'the Jail. Mrs. Carr has been Imprisoned petitions drawn np |and sent to ettch ,
that i woman baring ,given her precinct in'the'county. At the?following C H.' PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florins
husband a pistol with which to kin meeting of the board two; petitions -

.the jailer:Tampa..Tribune.SevereTliimder were presented( with less than .
I ISO names'of voters; and at least(half -

;Storm of those- were'signed by voters ot Ft A* time drop'to sal take ft Ideal IIi Owi"e
Pierce "One of the
The thunderstorm on Thnrsady afternoon the ,trouble <4 circulate one of ov' la* Mae ot Wootaa' *. Dist sst Contractors AND Property

wu very severe. The intoning the petitions himself In the western get Ok ylass ,. .
struck In' many places In this part of the county. The petition
vicinity tearing large trees Into splin 1r JOHN .!WaLL 4 UK i don't SAVE
not containing one-Third of the registered If you want to MONEY
ten. Dr. Reeds noose on Citrus voters of the "Jcounty. as the:lawreaulrea. ,
Stuart mosey
BeeJouezters far can't If 'you do to
,yt. was struck entering the doctors .. the board could do nothlncla we help you. come
office, doing some damage to his surgical i the matter.and[hence took-1( for m, Tvetttk ItNIC. 1thlsgN a .(

Instruments and 'then passing granted the people jwaated no c I
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\ out again. The doctor was not la at -Fort Pierce News.Fertvnate The J. A. McDonald, Co,
; the time. Mrs. Reed was at' home .," '
know the house had bed [ -, :BurkhartLOCK
.. bat did not |4iisssvrlan. <
The ,Is' slight. Out ud taj bidding wltriiL L lAIr
: struck damage of A. C. Richards Not, 7w; aaod hu biea Ia po met your <<"
at the residence May. number ot Whea I was sdrngilet.! at a ...tow. for years, and bee been AND'GUNSMITE : :
struck kinds.t
the lightning a ud Gjpms .rr'aIl.
Mo." writes Owyer. now of weedertigy seessssfBl...."i
die vilest
and the of
twisting Repairing
/. I trees wind which accompanied : the. storm GraysTtne. Mo. : of ay customers ':Ton': ,deert- say 1, Straa e I, never Expert, We also sell Lime, Brick ((4 kinds).'Cement Sash Doors|
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were cured eas. ,
blew down and broke off largepinetrees. 1Mar4"lalla. 4"Te UU AVENUE c, MIA: '' "*
and whatever eUe builder requires
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Mr. Ohlsholm reportedthai AJQtJoa by Dr. EEts's New U o0.ry would here bees more Ukarytshear ,
. and are well and strong today. oarwastrylagio be bed bees:maeeeessstuL lowest
oa the road tram Enstls to tile MeBwra S htea It at pt u'bk6gure.: _
, a Urge'number ot trees 'sell his property sad 1 refer b ale ssetise la keeptag .
"j- grove nor to Arizona tat attar sling Mew _.Phn.ddpbis PfessOrde' : nth FI
'* lay across: the road.The shower seemed eat ol kIL You Know.where are Street. Miami. <
, li to be confined to this Immediate Discovery a short time .. tottad ttuaaeceasary ; '< ''Miami Meat

Ii' it i leeaHty and after delege lor rata ..to'do.so. regart DC. a ease ot soft drinks Mtrer ( I
King's New, DUcOrery the(most
an !
passed away leaving bright skies-and or shipped to you by the Miami Data
-- sunshine.- Eustls Lake Region.T Sired nedldae" la mtVnn tug Mfgh,'Miami. '". CS Market '
Coma tad CoU. cnreJ i"Aad woks ,
r Throat'had Lung .. >Qnartateedby Cnase&Hmyf :
I Tug, antf Bargee In Trouble ; : an1 Jrsjglsta.'I,' Me. .sad |)l.[Trial -- T A. Feastere Prop. Chase & GO
_.,Cast .Orlando .... QnarteraialC ,the bottle' tree.-y.-; : : ... ': 1 .
r ,keeper of Chester Shoals house of refuge I "Wire: for Me f

was In town Monday and called .HOME %..INO FOR Ali' Miami West Palm Beach TO
at the Star office. He reports that KX CKIAN 1 Fire
; ;n f j' during the heavy weather on Sunday t'J CHASED HARNET, Inc.

: 'J; he sighted a tug with a barge In Over UjMKt reilde.U of.th*.; Stateof andJ'll Wire for You I ;FRUIT AND -
tow anchored e. ne. of the station off Kentucky: hare accepted the Invitation fforlda.and Accident Dud
r ( a distance of about fire miles. The of the Lanirrine Comn. rdal VEGETABLEPACKERS ,

r,.' next morning when the-weather bad Club to Its hjBrrmlng .ceivftratloa ,I '
f cleared up,be noticed that there wasa ? Western .
to be held la TJonlsrlUe Junk 1J1T.IfCX. .. I Tornado
second: barge near the tag erldenti -
t sunken ''down It'will be{the creates;. ,gathw Cash Dealers la
ly swamped or>
tag ever held 14 the .tits, of Ken- |Phone 176))
;' to the water's edge The tug went back: Meats
r, to> the disabled barge.' then left ber rocky and 150 40.has already been Crate Insurance
a- and took the one that was afloat In subscribed for aa entertainment fund. .
f. tow and steamed In toward shore and Wednesday June;11, win be Reception

;;- then stood on southward. Keeper and Welsome Day; Thnprsda, June orders receive prompt Material FIDELITY BONDS
14. -Foster Day1 In honor of'Stephen.
-- Qnartermaa signalled to the tug. askIng } ; C. H. BROWN attention '
' them If they needed anything to .Collins Forte('. the author Of -My I
which tie tug made no reply. It Is Old Kentucky Home;" Friday$ June 1317-1319 Avenue D Picking Ricer uoiL
presumed that these barges were being 15th. Danlal Boone Day; Saturday ELECTRICAL CON tRACTOR, Phone 28 Miami, Florida East End ILol 1 OLDEST AGENCY IK MIAMI!

towed down the coast for use In the.. June 16.. Kentucky Day. For J
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That the. Great Sale now goingDont on at I FEW DAYS' -COL. JOHN NUCLEI-I VEBTBODT mows Rat Cc*>. King Cole and bill queen were satedon 1
E that merry 14 son) wM wu their throoea. Tbe kin i said: '"
LAN RECEIVES PROMOTION accustomed to call few bill I "My old friends an* my young u
I I pipe hll bo I aDd h1a 8441. frtenda. The queen and myself have
three. bat DOt "err y knows that M tried to make you happy for one day. .
Goods Store ': Metropolis Bureau.j once had a little d uebtft'. w1Io was Many timea have you served ue. and
Empire Dry j Key Wet. June 15. kldJlapfd 10 c:1nft' that aU hiotbet0ooeedom ence again we help.'! ''b .
The wooden fence at present enclosing wu at w11'1 end to b4 Then he told them of their lost Esa 11 l
I' the beautiful ground of the conTent her. Itt and how sad they were.' ,He.aaked i
Mary Immaculate, will be removed The lllme of W. princes was that each one help search for her. Tee :
ud replaced by a low concrete EJM. ODe day. 'lt Beta bet govern may be sure an premised They determined
wall A concrete sidewalk will also eM, aM was playing pa the IsWDo Beta to start at once and they left
be laid alone the front of this prop I ft'-.4 the lawn t4 look for a ball tile palace thanking their kind friends c j
erty. When these Improvements are which had tolled !?way from them. for a most happy day. i
completed. This will be the most :
Will until attractive I spot on the Island. When she toned Etaa was gone Beta lost ODe week later when the father
run called Ella proms Lion Her aDd mother ,
Mr. W., H. Decker, accompaniedby : "Baa ; were feeling very aad becaoM -
Mrs. Decker and two children nave .to your bauT! Bat ElM did not came. BO word had com from Mother'' .
gone to New York. Mrs. Decker will Poor Beta ran all 10"the grounds Goose or her family.; Beta saW that 7
spend several months in the country sobbing and calling} "Elaa. Elaa do Jack putt aDd his wife wished to
JuneThose 1 30th where she]hopes the rest and chaste come" The servants,beard her and speak to them. Jack said: ,"As wo .
Saturday will benefit her falling health. told the king and queen what had hap- were coming throe h.th. woods last j i
The friends of )(no George Brook pened. Then what I excitement there night we beard strang". beantlfal mtsale. -, :I
will, regret to hear of her'Uloel" was! Everybody looked oioijobeio. It seemed to com from neither' E t';
Mr. J. B. Robarts returned Monday She was not In the palace, nor In the up nor down. DOT right nor left. We' i
night from''a vacation spent in Georgia I.rk. nor In the woods. looked about us and were very quiet. ,',
I and the northern part of the State. Men were seat to Inquire among the "8000 something unshed by M. w. :

who have not yet. :visited our store should not I lose this: opportunity ) rlam Monday entertained:Mrs.Henry a few McPherson young peopleat Her- neighbors; others tq search for mite followed and saw that It was: the cat ,I

cards for her brother. Mr. Mr. John .1- wa ----. ,
to.secme.'tbe; greatest bargains ever oBeredin' the'dry Uskman. the occasion being his birth- t..
.!aJ'. The lady's prize was won by -

goods line: 'We have thonsands of;dollars worth:of,stock;?Jet-to:be Miss man'*Adele by Mr.Brouler Owen C.and Roberta.the gentle" ,, 4S y
:After the game delicious refreshments -

disposed of in every department and the extreme: low (prices win I belle anda.The Johnson were.nd guests Miss Pauline oa were the Miss wide Wardlow ver laa-, bP

: prevail, throughout; the entire sales;j Come in before it is.too late. i Roberts Miss Adele and Brassier Mr.:W, Irving Mr. Ow.ea Thompson G.

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; FanDie O'Brl'D '
Miss ; and Kr. Joe.
I Whlttey. both popular young ,peopleof t
St Key West were married very quietly
Good ore'I Monday night by Her. A. B. Friend. aIf
Empire Dry" ; Only the ImmeJlate relatives of the
I bride were present.! Immediately after
the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Whit.tey.
left on the Olivette for Cuba.
I Both Mr. and Mrs. Whit ley are
327 ItthStreet t J among KeyWesfs most popular young
1 I II' people and they have the good wishes
of hosts of friends.
_' Mrs. W< W. Ward returned Monday
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: 'moving up :here. But this has only put us on our ,metal arid while our THEN UR.I I CAT COMMENCED. HIS MUSIC! AGAIN. .

around. Day passed I ; no little EJa. with his flddl II. did not ace as. bat
not other down the still do
profits are as great as street we
The poor king and queen were very on- we watched him open a door la a largo
happy. Beta would wander over the tree trunk and UUaptx-sr. We waste
the business Miami. This i is the reason palace grounds every day. always to open the door and look In. bat wb'4
;; : : : why you can buyofusiRedar$250 thinking of some plao to find bee wo tried there was no door tio be or ,A;
I 'One day ah. west to the -. They So I took my' kalf. cat two,tiny t 41aea.
talked together a big tone, sad this la la the tree aDd looked, la. .
+, ,. i', what they planned to do: With her "W* saw a pretty rooca,1: rdy" M.J. y
; and'some'" : '' J- own band the> qverft was to write oat kinds of toll In It. a U'.I"l sp-.taus wUS,';,;
f3.$00 L90 ; Are You going away this summer? I Invitations to an th*Mother Goose people good things to rat n-ul a .' .hatJ fro.;
shoes f r. bidding then {to a party at the bed. Tour little Ki! ; palace In three day Beta was to mall chair happy as .U l*> t'aW- heist,
Going |'to need a Trunk or1 Suit Case them that night at, 9 o'clock in the plays his BJiIle.V bot atOf1ll
box of the wood. EUs rrtM ttm
5'0" elvea post at the edge playing ..d 0,: xothr.'
Regular $3. and' !some I 4.001 90 : II: The post box wasjln the trunk of a father bere I am. 1 'rmaf ton to take. {
tree where no OM could nee It except BM) hove." '

shoes for i/---; .- ..... .. _; I This?is certainly .the place to buy them night little children's nurses I at 9 o'clock: at ap1n."'hen aDd!rJA fsa ommenc laughs and.o his clap musks ber-.

: When the 'day arrived who do you hands jcr,1blq.ow eon*.aloafONntted .-

A bg! line of ladies' $2:_ .O and CI I' 7R .J' suppose a trig put cam under first hiS' Jack arm ready Homer for with another ,.They. .Mo, the little to the girl true was and iii lDeA4I

$3.00shbeslfor. .." . .$ I'/J Christinas pU. LIttle Jiick'a Min delight Mnf- Z wt' -eWWit to thow TIoIba. W ....
fet next came. modi; to ;
X IC stopped bcM Into inn
-- Beta sent them on the.lawn to play. rick
Spratt then with a hatchet mad
Boon Jack shouted: "I se* Jack : r.
'$6.00 and 7.00 Paragon Pants JH1. Poor?JUTs bead Is.all tied_ r.U-'I.. sad bC opesJat la the aver Jumped la
{ was I broe&'t oat uw ptlneess.th::: a
Little Miss Mnffec who a
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.. ; .. little soul ran to meet them ar j a. j
lUlU she felt better after br'. you notice Jack
,J. .- --, _. --- fan. Jill aakl Hotter Oo-.. tad. 11ft' what enchanting musk that Spmtt wasr asked i ,:
and not to romp so shi sat OQ the "r**." replied Ring Cole "I did aad,
$1.50. $1.75 $2QtU1( >
ensit. '
: $1' 20 steps and watched pe en/4 I am no longer surprised that the doc.
Pretty soon wbe nbesld com but who beard It actually laughed whilotb '
shirts. ; Mother! Hnbbard. Srtrheut
.. '. her dog Sb.was *cow was so elated that she jumped
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old and tlrr A iaDCI Mt down beside clear over the moon."_Washington'

: 'Regular $1.25 men's shirts/ to' QR GIs J.. heed.pat Do yoa! renecnbor Ct ereah I the bandage cow that on Jill's Star. ....t. p.- i I

go. for. . ".' ?*. ; .,. .-.v J _- 1 ; 5 Tnmks and Suit Cases ed laughed over the to ftee aeon such and sport tile little' JamP-j magic This'; .la but rather It will a create joke than some a fu feat and of

... .> ,< r, ; } r ... q .. ;. '(; :> ;) \ the next to arrive. And then may often be kept up fo< some time'
1ZJI.1 '.,hunk. or, futt..Cu9:, j.A. I that* 011.- eras*! ) tJ} without hetea discovered lon. pen
i! .. t ; t I > t lot former most tab, '
I :; tJ (.AJ t" JUlj1'nmk or.Salt .Caw: J7JS7M.Tnak MJ the
ses dreve op ta a -.utal1OId carriage room taciag, good
It will pay you. to takea little, walk .A or.Sstt cUe ssai draw by whit bars is with gold staid mirror or chimney: !par H*
'> 9 Lass With them waa the poor HttJ then makes hia aodioaco stand or alt

--. ----1 1 [ Oil 1.- J _''J>(r "' .... .... .Trenk or Salt Can (US maid without a .saw. You remember facing hub whoa they wflt of eoursow'
have their
"t. hacka to the
glaaa. Afteroffering
( ah* was tn the garden hanging up the
& honk Soft Ou JtW a.. cards to
( f; or cloths when a blackbird cam along ho abaaUd and
x Ilarjoi store arid l' < cut bo take the top card' and hold ft
> Y a JYOJlf'Jrn) y It i and nipped her BOM off.
\ ,Trunk SIlt Ou
\ ,I' '.' 'i 'f J" or J1JS Boy Blue blew his horn while be was high tip with Its hock .. Massif and
11 a UB a lone way from the palace fat*. ka face to the audioac As It win be,

: I v't l :!''Iv.h lIiri: t,: 'JiL"1 i't' nl! xi; "{. iT' '- !U was When red he from cam blowing in! ll&tthlapoortac.and rannlaav win reflected have la ao the dmVmtty mirror la opposite aaaUac him It bo or.

TIr Mlatreaa.Mary him any other card n lib ....... tai hat
l I : Pte a cool drink
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f.:1'tf A'r ) from one of her cockleshells 'audience either find him out or havo.
.CO I had enough of the trick.
At the last moment
II'.I .I jIVI. i IJUIV.li.\ Mother Goose
herself. .cam. In her carriage,,her.. day Dee'" lo'.. ate and, .....
THC'LAST'STORE'UP-THf'S' R ET-+"-''''- '-'228' TWELFTH STREET. MIAMI, FLORIDA Bo-peep drtvtngj was with th* brow bee hschnd pasieaLittle Doc Don ne be:Idle. :

:* v- ,J" .. "y %'- '' "" .->, 3i L* ..- 4'- I f \It't"," ,.- an bad the fallen sheep uiHpa bad strayed the off morning: Bo Hotaer and-. Dosrt Dont bo be rod aaOdy.Doat *. ;'.,:
Oooae requirvd >er to bit them before ,.
-- -. carting for I(the party, loch a pracOco doeopOsavDosrt I !
i ; I Iii r > 11 '. ( be Joaloaa j I" k
SMrry time they all .bad- ,Bv. the Dart be ..... I Ipasftlackprld .
Leg and geese Ud UI e I2IIIr s rt.w .
far the day and Jotoed ta the ,, ,
'f J I.E. A. Robinson .Afnar awtOe.agreat apart atisne.d. AS''t Doat he U bwld orabbora.et lMaa. ilL
2HorseShoeing ud tO followed :Seta he 'hs dining "
r Doarttry to-ahw eCI
aXL There. ..
c. waa a )M table with *
[ 1 AID DISEASED HOOFS SEE, C ttttacttg; 'ElectricianTel .. awe height.tslatta' rteudML -&id-,p .......(
: At Mk, plate wmf platy .... .. fee .

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of the average nan turn ra new I
clothing and the proper selections jbf the .
styles and fabrics fit for the seasons,wear 1 ; $4000 : Stock oen's# ;

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\ -t hisl.d- Furnishing Goods and ,
.. is the question that inters ri
Common sense will tell that the firm : i ;
conducting the largest tailoring business f. !
\ in the city has gained jits patronage by Hats i ta J'beRrclosed': ''out.t
giving the best value I for the Tney 1'1
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i seller o(snctly up- Actual New York CostSEWELL'S

to-date and iiigh-grade : .
'Tailor 'Made*' Clothing .
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Gents Furnishing Department ;
In this department w.carry. .complete Da*of thi bert DTCM _
\ Shin,Neckties,Collar, Cuffs, Socks I ,Gsrun.-"fupeoden __ __ \

Straw Hats ''I i I :Summer i Underwear :.

You need a straw hat and don't want to Satisfactory fro eties to choose from. !
what want it is in our I I Establishment is the' Place
be overcharged when you buy it. 'We NO matter you Tailoring
) atockeverf.wefPt and style in cotton .
for ,
f hare a hat that will fit and suit you 1
_"our variety" is large.. Try us and find out J lisle t, thread. ,linen.. .. merino. and-aU wool _

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We are :Busy making'. I at J the;following} races. It.wifl t pay you to visit this; sale as soon '

i as possible ,as the stock is:limited and yon win stand,a better '

.: .It':p)1'., I .,I. : chance of getting JOur size right now. We will list a few New

; York cost prices which.givesyoe;an idea bow these goods wlsefli
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.. ; .; 1(;' ,Safvens; Dnwets,wen 75c a> MC. 75 cent Caps to goat t.1 .)Jc
', "{ .' .. :Neckwear foes ...........35c
_4 ;.... .. ..... EJasUc".Seam Drawers at. ;: .4k 51 cent ft .
: ,,','' .(. f ,,',. .1j:> tic socks.. aow.... ...... .. .... 7e. 1X51 Soft Cases .. .,. I.. ........: $241
j .: ".: ''J' A 15c**socks* IOW.-( :".>..r ... .. .....:. fe $5$, SIft Cans ...J., ,i............$U5-
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:, os, .' 'iec Eandkerchlefs,now.... .... ..... 7e 17J9 Soft Cases....1..:;............|SJt
,, j',. 'c .....fir-.." .... .... .... '
:," fv- ,. 15c Eaadkercbleis_ BOW' tc $1IN Trimks to doMiat I' ........&MlltM
,1 ..r-'''", $_L29 Monarch xhlrtJ! at... .. ......$ .c7Sc Ttraks t... dew.i. ,,'at:....' .......ON$2tM '
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Shirt: at : '
t ,,' _., .......'j.,..........., ,SIc. Shtrts. at.,- ... .... .... .. ,,...,4Ic Traaia> to dues'I at. 15JI
Arrow Cofiin at..k .. lieOnetl
.. HJUldrts to dose at..r.. ....:. J .
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;' :' % : < ; ,I Sac tradarshirts and?Parwer to dou..3ki: Cofln, U..t.E I. 17cLandW.

::' ;Ad Neil Weeliil $1.51 Bats to'dose atKM .:.... ......SLIt CoDin.;) .,:.............,17cILTSWool
Watch :our / ; .
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.*/ To the.Jtoy Qr:Girt hose, name is ? first from the correct answers, receive at this office by next Thursday -

-- I '. noon, The 1V etrop lis. will give, as a prize, ONE SILVER DOLLAR.THE I.

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winner of last aaturda,'. p_ the answer to Puzzle No. 1, read lam- Lillian F. Wait City boys: and girl answering the puzzles a little girl!seven years old and I of der 9th Inatinks, and beg to' snbmlslon -
ale picture, -A I.rlcaft Forest Tree pie" when It should hare been marie, Hanna I Clemons City.: send along a letter telling why they I would like v ry much to get the del- our solutions;; of der pnsele

'le Mho. Maud L.e,olty,.....'. .....- .being and consequents: a number sent. in Ladle Thlgpln, City. want the prize, how bard they workedon lar so I can get me a great big. Oofl a* follow: i :
their answers that way. AU of these Jas. E Rabb. City: lt. and anything they desire to likt Romona'a. Your true friend "Vonth maple; twoth, pine; trlr*.
,the first correct one drawn from making the mistake, have been credited Catherine Strnnk, City. saZ!, In connection with the puzzles, If I get the riie." cypress: fourth, oak; fifth. cedar;
'the '. wers received and opened last with correct answers where no ,EJva Iplby, Delray, Fla. that these letters can be reproduced Want to Live In Miami sixth. sycamore; ; seventhelm;
'Thursday noon. Mia. Lee can rat*sve other mistakes occurred because! the Fanny&lemona, City. for I the benefit of other member of eighth, willow; math poplar."! ,
-' feels that It to Carl.Ericsson Hallandale, na.I the The An OJus solver make this Inquiry: "Ve
..*.. prize by calling at this office. Metropolis was clearly army. following are some beg to say that we bat made
'f' blame. for the occurrence of the same. I DorothyMllla,.-City. of the letter received last week: "Here are the puzzle Doe every gessinga off dose out mlt ourselves,
The Puzzle Answers ;.Annie Pope McLendon. City i boy and girl what get the prize half ,and would be satiaractloned mlt ate
answers ; Papa a Bad Guess to be In Miami 1 am living In OJus '
Toe correct to Uw puzzle ti Ralph Graham, City. half dolar apiece so ve can bayed
A little boy write 1 have worked but can't help It but I would like to
here: /1" Anwrod Correctly Almlra McDonald City. '' *:- ',some sponge cake {for del''. orphings,
out' my puzzle all by myself and I am live, in Miami Just the same."
** Maple. ; ThOM whose answer were correctare 'Florence Wharton City. of rich Ye are der only orphlnga la deraaailnm
| i,Catherine, Barrett. City. almost euro that they are right Mama I at
: A not advertisingAnother present;;
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and Papa worked at them after I
Reaben Holly dty. II j Viola front. City got -Und now ve aloes,! rlshlnt you end
s 1 CnneL"L p ute army man get of
them hot they couldnl them I
JessIe 1M MnUlkln. DaD!& goes Lena much
f Hood. Palm Beach. { i happiBesm-ven you got
Margaret i this bit of 11|
. Oak. mor; "My papa say he
an4 them.
told ls
Papa not
Clj West Palm Beach a very
HaHaadale.'FreJrlka ::\Roy Rice. married, and Ye hope all
Olivia EL C. Erickson your trouble
J\ .*.. .Codac.. good hand at puzzles." likes to look at the puzzle la'the pa- I
.( Sycamore. E.' Breliford' Palm B ac'- Ruth Cook West Palm Beach.Laceyfw. pen because they slat got no adver- may be little ones and dat no equal
; 7. Han Mao'Mark*. City, ;', j ),Metcalf .,Wet- Palm Would Get the Dollar tlsln. may disturb your peacelllU......
L1110W.. I Bart Canova City. I. Beach.* f t. Another 'solver was so positive of "!At'. all Join hand end blay,"rIIIC
'.,.. I.. Poplar. I I .Samuel A. Belcher, Jr. City. II i I' Arthur\ Houston City fSlgne : getting the prize that he wrote: "Her.Is Today*. Puzzle around der rosles" ;In honor of Undo

f( Taer I* still a noticeable and frat- Viola Baker West .Palm Beach. iVthlen! City. H my angers to the tree and 1 win Today's pttzzle Is entitled "Bird Hlney and Lena< Josephine Canova, City.
good to them I
to-the rank of the Jesse Brown. City. I be down both.
Wag Increase bright and early Mnndle and Found in America. '
North There
Fred ,, lellllo City ,,', "Tour tlj :Niagara Fall
:-puzzle army which fact Is appreciated Pauline Moore City. ( Cedrld Fromberger, City.LncneM. get] the dollar. ten puzzles In the picture and we predict I .
Of the Metrovo'ls,'whordoatret -Hel"Herm&IUIo City. "CJIeo "
the editor end CJaafL.I
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Peck. City. I What You Call Puzzle' that much trouble will be experienced
*instruct as-well interest -LUUaa City. I
I their child readers.. ., ; Cecil Canova, City. Brace|Russell, City. A little girl very pertinently says: In swing them but yet the I -
puzzle army{has proven Itself so competent LUISYILLX A
I particularly"! tbe'Incresse"'to'thearmy. '"Gertnde--Qatar. Cltyj : LI1Jr opper "Here I* the answers to what you R. R.will
In that line that '
we be
Dorothy Budge, City call
r Leila Thlgpln. City. puzzle '
noticeable from outride point, "
ia d to these soldiers O desire to of W. H. Comb. Jr. City. ;' Ramon.Ban, City. |1 A Present for Brother wrong It Is and necessary sincerely, as hope we have so. repeat.edly 'I cell roonj trip I ticket trom an
Effle Bolfs. City
for encouragement: ;, and to ask their Alma' Chrtsteaseo. City. i David Brown, City.DowleHouston 1 puzzle army member give Chi stated.I that all answers be at I point to LoolarUle and return at
a. :conUnnance..aamembers.rCatorhaately : ;: Theodore Moore, City. City. commendable reason for wanting the this office lot later than Thursday OXB FARE!: plus SS cent, ticket ..
the last three prizes I bate been Earl Wilson City.: : Jack $ross. West Palm Beach. prize: "I see that I cot all my ans' noon fo'lowfajg the appearance of a ing on tile Jon 19. 11 and 11. Ibalved
by Miami children. This Is explained Ray Lee. City. : returning June |123.
won right last time but the silver dollar picture. & me seem not to understand ) privilege
by the fact that the greater Lewis Cook. City. .": ".w.... Nearly Correct did not come my way but I will try this ule. as sunsets are re- lof, extension of limit until July U. by
number of answer are;, from Miami Thelma Yarborough City I' I again and maybe I will get It nut reived after hat date. AH such ans- i depositing ticket and upon payment
consequently the chance of the prize Anna Sanders, City. Those$whose answers were nearly time. I want the dollar to get my wers can no be allowed In the competition of 50 cent Stopover will bo per
beInc.won here are greater' than by Gre'chen Hand, City. correct are: !little brother a birthday present on I so be cure and remember mltted at Glascow IJuuc lon for, part-
an outsider. Mark Brown Tltusvllle, Fla i Earl Curry, City his) first birthday, something he can that unless your answer Is In by I lee desiring to vlsjt Mammoth, Cave
All. however, gave an equal chanceas Charles Leffler.City. j' Claire, Adams. Eau Gallic. keep an of his life." Thursday m nn. It will be that much and side trip ticket will be cold I at
fair and Annie Jeculngs, City. Edna 31. King, City. '
the drawings are strictly 'I{ Wants a CornetA Mire and tr> uhle wasted. Send your Louisville to an points la the I state
Ime J Allister. City.
Frederick Sulzner
honest, and the time must tome when City.
answers add eased! plainly to "Puzzle at ONE FARE: plus 25 een's for th.
the prize will go out of town. Just George Holly, City. r B. Douslag> Whltnall. City little boy evidently musically In
keep on trying and that Idollar will Mildred Romfb. City. Emiral Lummus, City. clloed, writes: "I am a little boy 7 I Editor. Mrs I Mctropolla." round trip, such ticket being oa sale
roll your way sooner or later. Clement Brossler Key Rest BessIef.Cothron; OJus. ears old and thought I would try to June 16-18. Indications are that *evral .
Although, much more difficult to Louise Coker. City. June 'aimer! Boynton. *nd out your puzzle as I am saving :, Dutch LetterCbeorgle special tralDli} will be ma for
solve than the previous puzzles the Howard W. aeku.t; City. Katie nilennene. City -II!l lmy| money to buy a cornet. I hopeny ; nd<\ Chnfa writing' from this occasion full particulars of
number of correct answers received Violet Stephens Citr Ras'ager., Tltusville.. *', answers will be O. I... and I will Went Palm: Boarh. five this' to the which will be announced later. A
Earl ; Wilson.'City.S "atch the dollar. Wishing you and puzzle army to solve: sixteen page boot t. tiring full
last week. were greater than before, Helen Elsie Ball Talladega Spr nga, i par
"Ve hop 'e are not "too late" tirulars be
showing that much lnteri.t Is being Ala. thq Metropolis sucrrsa to can sefurej from
taken In the solution of the problems wmie Hetherlngton, Lakeland, Fla. rn, Interesting Letter Wants a Doll application Ir.. der ONE SILVE'Rl.ou.R" CEO. E. 'HERRING
A typographical error last !week made Fred Enloe. City. The Metropolis\ desires that every A motherly little girl says: "I am troJOlls"la r Iz rich' .Icr Iaml! :Meoffered Florida Pasaenger Agent
t der attempt US W Bay Street.IJItIuoDYlII| ., Fla.I .

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JCSSI GRADUATION GOWNS. WkM Ik. .... Ma. WUI w_. ..ids
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.La soon as weather condition permit
: professions I DUNCAN M. SJaTIII '
FOR SWEET. GIRL GRADUATE.fcalvet !! the avenge man will don bU oxfords

-- F 1J"I -H 1 I The oxford for summer Is what II I
*.:._--.1.1.,. f t I th. "...rla} Fr m HIM. I Itarta. PERT PARAGRAPH known a* the "custom shape." with The Out of Town Buyer: and those within the city will find In the
.. -/ I IP..neracn ..wpo..t -Or....Jl*|_. a- -:- father a narrower and more pointed ] Hat below the addresses of Miami Merchants under

.. .... Hmilmmf Silk .r Ilra.d i A man can more easily see his flnlxl toe than last There will be I classified heads for ready reference.,
....... C '...*. bbor'a i season.
Es rsn.+ Sal a M |I': if b" rill borrow his De eyes some tweed leather shoe worn, followed IC.

AT LAW There are st,reral things to |she con 'I :, closet by rid kid. run metal L. IRADY A CO. I L tCACVIN
ATTORNEYS slderetl l> ng the jrruduatiod gown, I Th bartender considers it a goo r- I
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,star and 1.4.1ep.elattwtlW."nr & rfie. make the loner tbi !calf and other material of daD ud Vegetables Dealer la Drue*. Pmteat kte >
11LLpractl..l. sllwura and one of principal polntsito! I loot k : jokeilf' It bay oxford shoe will be tied with wide Fresh] FralU
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eaamtafnrsnd per TbQet ArUclea. gtadfla
to la wh-UX-r the material I rotated): |HMsesves I drink MIamt'Tiedes"
Cor. Aye D.
.. : lace of silk. 2ta Street.
Boa ruM.O.aosat.. Mlsi. Ft*. I .utilitarian, value. With man;] I I ,*. The great popularity; of nl'sU.eefahlm 1107 Aveau D, M7aa ...
girU' the graduation frock Is the firs* When a man U so slow that he can and the habit of going without Faaex Qrooers. Bay. Gram
real drWT coxtunie. and it 4 wortl not tttch u (cold the grid turus, around 1 hot M Rio K. C. BECK
A1'EISCSeymour a waistcoat during the days opened Md Mapea' rertlllierI
ft.E. SETMOCR .H. F. I while to expend a uni-leut au'iu on It and tpeets him more than halfway. a great field for the beltmaker. The Real but*.

& Atkinson tojet nomethinf: that will kxtkwell along proper belt for 100(1 l> to be one and I I J. K. LUMMUS Bolt X. .. g **4 S
as It taut jj People, who think it Is no crime to txpoorjjave one-half Inches In width. In length It $261.1 Twelfth'street Ulaad.n*.
and white makes the moot sttractlv< Dealer bt Oroeerlea. Grata.
Attorneys \ never tried It. U graded from thirty to fifty Inches, so
Counselors At Law. ia.n for a young girL and. Ida IW that the wearer can obtain one suitable Oar sad rartUlsart.US WI LION !1&'

clal attaatio to don J'actic.la all comrt.. ,at a great thing the poonograpt for his figure.Simplicity 1ZU J Street IIJ&mI. J-Ja. Rl Estate ad IUm- A
State awl r.d. .i ./ would have been In the. days whet of appearance Is the aim no i-t Twm* ti.tHUDDLKSTON l0aate pledTHE "

Room 5, 6, 1, Friell Bldg., !iami cruet and unusual punishment weal- of the beltmaker this season and MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. .
lowea. therefore the buckles are of neat design A. LI| CAMHILL w t

/ r V I but of rich pearance. Thaws Dealer la OroceriM. Hay amt Dealer la Dry Good dott ,

G.. A. Worley Tbf drawback about doing to other bocklea are made to match the leather I GraIL ing. Oats rvmiaktaga.W .
as yon would have them do to fOil II aDd are of silver nickel gun metal IDYll. Pd .
Oor. 3 D tad .U 8t mutf. Ita. m Area t
Attorney aLa\v that|they generally look at you U oxidized gilt and Roman gold finish. Avel .
though they expected you to spring a Owing to the popularity; of gray suit ', r -
310weuthSL: iamf Florid fJ. I t goid,brlck on them next the gray beit will be worn. This belt
l lr is made of nose leather with lining to SonsKey
Curry's !
M. Robbing Erfery boy should learn to swim U match.The edges are beveled, and the ,
Geb. for no other reason than that his mother belt Is finished with a neat oxidised t
xTttu vlll..FJ" might get nervous prostration and buckle' Negligee shirts will be worn FlorldJHEADQUARTER.
Attorney and Counselo bar an excuse to go to the moantaina more extensively than eYer.ona- West. ,

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Its a mighty deaf man who cannot
win practlc I.att Coots Stan sad Fdn
: heat:the quitting whistle.Staling I ship Chandlery Building

Hudson & Boggs : may be ;skilled profession,,' I Materials Of All Kinds.
Is fine art.
j4. t bat l'eIIk.lDe it up a i

Attomey'atLaw; I Biasing la Disguise. i Coal a djce, Steam marine Railways, Machine:I SkepaFersj s

; Townley.Building, Miami. Florida Oh. let us not dear c1rl. pt hot
Y 4 9 a MDr so about mpla1nl.... .
Or raise a roar and act real .orErVTsenever done at tkihorteit
I AU kind ot repairing. Boiler and Steam Fitting can oe
?. SUQ #&I M.xl D. It I* raining.The skilled mechaaltsSee
P. growing grain needs lots of rain : notice, in the best possible manner by expert

It.I. ones 1PtIA krO'rn...rasrasel f ISo when the big drop patter I'' - -. -
Jut let It ro and look as though I
.: ilti it MU Ktn tcorursT _tIl really didn't matter.What 'j'jI I
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J IlUKt. FLORiPSx though your dIe
.| distress.
, If I
t. like shoextrlns",
?Your neckwear a
Jr t; summer bat crushed down and
M. Jackson -
x Dr. James t. lour Bat q
,. hardly ilk s new thing I MIami Surgeon and Specialist
., Offk Carver 1211I SL ad Are.IS A swine "PaOrt"lBOeL j Cheer up and let your father fret: ,
. there are numberless advantages la t He ha to do the buyinc. ,
Opplsdefak)6e BaI dressing the "sweet. girl graduate" al- Meanwhile j know. sing no. becauie. yea I ([;f yon arc a sufferer from any Chronic Disease ''Ulcers, Tumor, Can

Hoars:3to4oJ.7le8p.ffl.QR. : rays In white. The dress ned not be _The crops for rain an crying. I, ter Blood Disease, Catarrhal DilUtes of Head Throat

elaborately trimmed to be will pretty. Attlored Tim not for u. to make a fun I, :1unga, Stomach Bowels, DrpepiaIndiget'on, Rectal
Mmh or a silk slip change
W. B. RUSH. the dress a"tonIMbloltl1. so |that the Go About raising a little Cain weather.because abe rain I Diaeaea->Female Diseases,
tame frock can be worn a number of |Has spoiled our patent laalller.i i

Offlo OT-ltth street, 'Phon* 43. times without the limited possibilities. JTh*A*more larger Important Khern we matter.should esteem I' All Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopathic Medicines
f the wardrobe U>llic d Kidraj.i08 0th 8x. > tor gentle shower call up the Bower
MIAMI. FT Organdie swUs batiste aud, in fact g And bealnp: widely scatter. ind a arge stock of Specially prepared remedies for Special workLadies
ill of the dainty summer fabpcs make $
charmingly: pretty evening!' frocks, the little peas that lie at cas J ra couwcr ranro DI GOLLAM. mints ,
K In garden beds no lowly 1 Maid Always in Attendance
trimmed not too funnily with (insertions AID BxfA&hurts
arm raiN a bout and likely sproutS
J. -f. Mullet) M.D. )f nlencleonea.larr. Turc'bJ.n lace Is And pok their bead up slowly. .1 are made of figured madras,
,. teen on a number of i prraduatlOn sown, The lady who makes wants for you cheviots oxfords and linens. The Jpstaits in Metropolis Building. From 9a. In. to 4,p. m.San. excepted

omce: Boom land 4 tn both narrow edsln: and!wide In- WIll Clara vote Dn.the.storm. with a hats bleating.Lr.d to aeU.I .. I higher gradea are always made with .
Frissell Building lertion this lace I. employed on the Will cab that splendid gueaing.I I cede attached. In colored shirts pate ,
Boon 10 a. m. to II m. I to I p. IB meet muslin gowns both for pfteruoon lines In tans, bellots. blues and graysrill
Residence 141, 10th Itl'Ht. ind evening and It has not been need I Thought He Had Bought It be more popular the solid color Dade Co. Title Insurance
it all of late so that when mid It will "How do 101like being relieved by stripes and small
FREDRUTTER.. stamp a gown as unquestionablynew. Bgnres. Oxford shirts as well as the
keepingho,. land
." ft I tel r linens are usually of plain white the I Trust Company
Central Contractor White brussels net U alwaf i attractive "Flrt rate""So < latter being effectively made In plaited
Grading"Blasting. at this time of year and U espelally I Judged"9 bosom effects.Collars r
: pretty for a young girt ArtiIcial "Tea, the business for the coming season are I OP MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
Wall. flowers now trim many of the either of the standing wing shape or
DrUlod. baa attractions.
some -
atest model for spring an4, summer .'' lie familiar turn over or fold style Its Paid Jp Capital 75000. Surplus S12.OOO
wening gowns, skirt as welltas bodice "Ton Intend to?. safe to assert that the wing collar
W. C. Maynard, jelng trimmed In this way with spray r keep It, do your rill be a favorite. The fold collar will Insures land title, prepare abstract of title,loan*and
of lilies, apple btomoms six} maIdenhair "Sure.' ?Shy?*. e worn exclusively for negligee pur- Iu1Teata money on ita own account and for other Act a*
GRADUATCOPTICIAN fern. Ribbon embroider has become {of W..II.! I thought from the size aryoflr XMea. It present two styles-one rather agent, attorneyin-fact, trustee, assignee, executor, receirer -

With Maynard Son. J... a quite general art. Imt'nevertbeess bill that maybe you bad sold Itto' low, with lock front and a deeper or guardian. .Address all communication toS.
1 li .fashionable.. Moujmellne de ollar with a front showing. a V shaped
Avoaaa D Kaxt to Pan OBc ole, chiffon and net or aiiy one of >penlng at the throat L. Patterson*.Sec and Treas. Miaou. Florid

hem will be attractive embroideredn The Individual mtwt be responsible'or '".
GEO. L. MCDONALD pale nlnk or blue,- with t'generonstouch .!' IIttInc had RJgbt.UedMae the cravat be wears. The proper .. --II
Cd b&1ur! of green to,give character. and Hat has been slanderer shape however. Is the folded two fact
For yean the country had suppose
Bamru aad SabdMdlac toads a .pooUltj i'II thiU Its orjy IndtMtry was a blixxarfo I I

COOOAMUT OSOTX. FLA. tarf that could torn out blizzard

with or without frills while you wa|;! : Land

117ALTEP. C. DtOAKMO i OI'l-.c2lar towaltbe vrm, cooMHt take the tim Fort Dallas Company

.A..rOJ:11.1i: O a ; trark ta. and we get It fret
fr9m mm wttt town deb to sell tbaU \
\ i OsiMXlU city don not take off Itmfrdtdn
1210 Are. C Miami. Fla l 1 h4 to any place In the lam

Inithe matter of weather.Sbue j{ Has oo its Lists ;

The Chapman House amiable gentlemen bar dli ,
coVered that rows bloom all the yea
F.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. ropnd nd that straw bat are quit
late eta par day. Spaclal tr ta* **akCaiiiS the thing In January. One by one our ;
wend ta eo.funs of a muse. Lo
aid 17 an mUut aoatk oi Palat .......... oa UM cherished Buperwtlttona fade. We ma;, some particularly attractive pates for
Xaat Gout Caaal, taa piaaappUlalds
nat stung nkt expert some speculator to coin
aad wiaur rardm of Soatkara J1ori4& a
Good haatlof,Caklaf eat Owes katktaf.D ar und trying to sell us ten acre tract. both residence and business pur
.Iray. Florida for orange trove !
liGreeI11a11d I poses. A.investment in Miami real.1

A.W. Graham F I Where h PincbtA safe of returns
loggs--Isn't It awful the way worn estate is ; sure quick I

Contractor. and Builder en wear birds on their bats? 11
'. SatisfactionGuaranteed. ploseflst-Sure, unless the hat I -
out them are more expensive. i
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Lot q. se amfualaUd.&, .a roar work. eat Scad Sees postal 70 sad.oa.IIriI I' Easily ExpUfacA JOHN B. REILLY. J. E. INGRAHAM I :

an.._,_ t.O.boa m.JliamUla. : '
:1 "wonder why they call It the late Agent Fort Dallas Land Vlce-Pr dentFort Dallas

Expert Typewriter,, the Japanese sat up "nlghti k Company, Miami Florida. Land Co., St. Augustine.
a position. I presume. ;? J14BT snort AJO> TO*.

Repairing II in..cauae onr-ln-hand. This tie make the right ..

,WXTB: OMAJTDIX AID LACf DEOB. 'Day Inspection. i biped knot for the fold collar. dub -- - n_ - -- I -,- -- ---
N. C. PRESTON.. Individuality against the"," Ite. Crystalline '!'fIe i teat of a man' nUs-toa. tie, bows and bat wings will also be J
304 9th:St ,P. O. Box 311Emil Is another light teitjire that IsrtlcuUrly p. be vrtr mo pious and --. i ifftaot opnlar for wear with negligee shirts
J* pretty for,yoon girls. bow It looka on Sunday. Ins colorings more freedom than usual I
bow don It wear through tile west
I Princess gowns are wore a great to marked In the new styles purples.
A. Ehmanri deal Just now but a wide satin girdle grays and blues being prominently die Miami .1TarsierComp
la always becoming to A young girl'sslight Not For Then i! played. Small figures on solid grounds,

Architect figure and. besldra, tbls U more lut '''.a stripes, plaids and checks are the pat-
youthful than the one plecj gown. terns from which to make selections.
One of_the pawns Illustrated Is a I, !.. di 1 i i Wash tie will also be worn extensively. -
West Palm Beaoh Florida graduation drew of sbeer| white ortandle. r :>. i : These are made of shirting material I any
The skirt U vllghtlj gored and 'f :M-1 in the popular four-ln-hand shape
& Kolb fathered about the waist Two lace I JoA.T: I I and when laundered present a neat : *) 12th street, I'bonea 157 and 1121 Avenue D. Phone 110

.Merritt rimmed rumm put on wit I a shirred. fu and dressy 1I1'IrIiUt. : ar04ge and Stables 11th street near Are. E, Phone No. 100
heading trim the Hklrt. 'i I'i
Real Estate. Rentals etc. -
The bloused liodU-e has Jalnty triangular Wick
How fo
FLJi and
Estate A\aoaged motifs, of valencl< tae Insertion I : IIt>fore putting new wick Into stoves Horses, Carriages

.' Ye. C. rear 12th St.. Miami. 11'1"-", lurloslni a dainty bit t f hand: embroidery .. .-:; ....- : nUll larnp<* divide n skein of white flu- i .
11 I p>rhea uixil I Into eight: Inch lengths Slid Automobiles
The other sketcb Is dee; red fot a 111 oujlit to Inouotlrnted t 1 thread It t1t'a' .th the lower en.l of

DR. E. AI. LAW. collegec unmenenuentor" rota" It'OI'l I 1. t e \\'onl fie loy in jest lives; eat'11 nick after the manner of n fringe. "r Lire hr the hour day. week or momh.fc. Automobile ')tor'
end i t. "IIrri,1 nit in jirett r.rtl.a'-1 That I.. all rigLt;; li'Jt some or us Tills wl'I: ''OI''J- nil to the shortest bit < repairs and supplies.! .1S**nts (or tee famous KOKDiauSpecial -
DENTIST t hit- ..nl-a Tuck. oniame t'ffK-skirt, I fried aira." I nf nub nail will sew, m-onniolrt tune -.:Mob Ic-. Freight uni'>ade< and deliver d. facilities:
and suHxklns: forms the pr .t' eJ: ett -- !In.1 l p.itl.Mi'for w h it i It more annoying or moving heavy freight, Omnibus .meetaj.re every train. BaffJOMI'T -
Finley Butting at the waist adorns the ron id dscolleteDeck L Cn.tL I Itt than tK M. or !L imp! whlth Imrnn tran.erTct.l.1414 order receive I' Attention
Artlat Work Thoroughly and make the fie fcb to the with il' 'table.Kinell '
out m a qunr
reed last Ol'w"" I
you DIY '
EXK.a puffed elbow\ tloevew." I trr of an hoar after it l< lit? \.
-1 bolts set"
Mot Modern Appllane AMT YABXUM.
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I QUESTIONS ANSWERED I after plating In this section they I I

%re grown In the open then being ao

Huyler'sFine there necessity U thus for protection a saving from of about cold IJOOan and ;

iformation of Interest to the Prospective| Settler acre 1L0rtl which I* the coat of shedding ( J.H TatBm & Co. i

t, further There are ten to twelve I ,

Concerning Miami and the. Southern thousand punts to the acre, and the
l'> 3 fruit bring! in the neighborhood of .
of Dade Count ,
Portion ,,from 50 cents a doxvn for Red Spanish t

t L- to 25 cenII), piece for Porto Rico I f1

The percentage of plant fruiting depend I

Chocolatesand I p upon the care and Judgment exercised I ,
So many inquiries are directed to ten ,es of civilization n a* electric lights, In their culture some grower Real Estate \

the.Metropolis by proap.:tTe settlers re er, work. ".frace. telephone sys- having succeeded In securing fruit

or home seekers concerning conditions teu ,tree nail dtUvery.three newspa from 9U percent., of the plant in their I

exlat1D in this part of the country ,peal, 'two national banks ODe State pineries j p|

and the burden of correspondence entailed o-i k.j I eta It b4 manes of beauUfnr Lands mar be purchased from 15 or

BonBons thereby has become so heavy ILl ran of nativefwhlt* sums It 1* $10 an acre up depending on proximity Special bargain in Tenth Street lot( near AveG.
that we have attempted In the following vrufcuially the letmlnus of the FloridaLraf to roads,';and shipping point Good

article to summarize such Information i Coast Railway, for though aa ex- land on rock road within 5 mile of
worth $ 000 sell for $1400 if taken f
as Is most Important, and to tin ioa of the toed has recently been Miami may see had for f(0 aa acre and quick

80c lb. answer the questions most frequently bu4 .| penetratlnj th. .farming land sometimes: less than that sum for land ,
per asked. It is hoped by this means thata luinv. nuie tenth, this la merely not Immediately'I on a road. The same Fine lot < n 20th Street for $500 '

sample copy of the paper of which a l w lvr' to the commerce of this city. quality or. :hand farther away from \

hundreds are sent out. will In most He,. tare locatedthe steamship dock transportation facllltiei can, of course,

cases serve the purpose Intended better of As P. 4k O. Steamship Company be purchased for lea The land U unpromlilnc Lot on 5 h Strert tor $450 :

than a personal letter. Specific Information e hbsi e lines are operated! to Key West Ii appearance to those ao ""

may be obtained by writing u> Havana and |.o Nassau Immense customed to" the deep rich aolii 01

BISCAYNEDRUG v any of the real estate or other firms rh trres. etc, art being projected to other State*, being rocky and sand) I Ten iron lets only in Bay View at $150

fhos advertisements appear In this Keep. pace within'" vastly increased yet result|can be obtained from u i j

paper; and the best way to become familiar maritime business that must follow on far In ecesa of the return realised *1

with local conditions, progress tbJ{deepening of.the harbor work on from the more fertile section. of the Riversid< lots $750 to $1250; easy terms I':

Industries and current happenings, rhlch i* now actha.iy progressing An country. Fertilizer nut be used bat

COMPANY while contemplating removing to this appropriation of 1300.000 has been'aei the return*j more than Justify the expenditure
section Is through reading the Dally i,em eJ I from the ;government for huh Involved One furnIshed tee for $25 a month .

Sales or the Weekly Metropolis the formerof Ibo' Improvements, and the Florida: Poop! of energy and Industry are I : :
which will be sent to any addressat it Coot Railroad Is also pledged to heartily welcomed, and the country '
I I Vacant house on 9th Street for $20 month.
the rate of 15.00 a rear |L25 for j j j texend I a like amount Thus, 1600,000Is development being practically Just begun

three months; the .Weekly a large tow being used for this purpose andit there 1* room for all> to reap the -I s

8-page paper-being mailed.for 11.60a i iii a moral certainty that farther spprpristions benefit which must ensue a* the re-
3, Cor. 12 St. Ave. DG.M.I.YKES year. wlll:be secured until the sn't of such'eY810pmnt. Capital find j jRITllY

THE ClT 01' "" *;* i:halbor .1s In a condition commensnra\ here most profitable Investment while '

Sprang out of the 111101...... mineear I with ,its Importance from a.commercial labor 1* in demand and well paid Pea BROTHERSMachine
,geographical lal end moderate
reached strategical pie of means who come her
/ ago, the railroad having '
Prior to this standpoint-an importance recognized aad buy a small tract of land make a
Jus point April 11, '
j j by public men at the national capital modest home set out fruit tree, and .
whose trade was prin- i
334 Tenth 0ms one store
jlpsliy with the Indiana and a fewscattered f by all who will study the location rhlle waiting for these to come Into ;

All kteU Bl. iutkgsj .... Repair' tsaJliea eking out a prey: lot, .his port and it* relation to Insular bearing eugagr la trucking are sways -

and the I ud South American commerce to without exception successful. Agents for the Era Gas Engines.. Gasolene
Work. WasjoflsBsffl to Order; .ou livelihood by wrecking
:aaaufac'oie of eoontle starch were }lull|I nothing of jibe vast trade that And this sticces cost lees effort than and kerose engine repairing a SPECIALTY

[4UORSESHOCING A, SpuWtv.leMomU .he evidences of civilization. On i|mutt spring Intq existence upon the 111 other parts of the country, while :i
i July ZS, 1M6, K1&mIW'U Incorporated i completion of the Panama canal. the climatic! conditions render out-door { jeneral Repair Work j j

.. a city, furnishing perhaps the only :iA |g'anc! at th jnap will show the work possible every day in the year,i!' <508 SEVENTH STREETNew MIAMI. FLORIDA,
which full 'most casual observer the possibilities with the health benefit of such an -
la a
jistance on record
th future '"J.'w Magic City open-air life thrown In At the same ,
dedged city cam into existence witt- ( Southern
jot first having been a town. Three ',SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES time. people who are enjoying health': Marble & Stone Co.
Wonderful Hea'er and moderate; their I
suttees In present '
aundred registered veters are required tlaml has oaf of the ben public I I 4 8. HOC AN STREET.wACKSON VI kVE I II
abodes had better where
stay they are.
=CURES to entitle any community to be called I Headquarters
sc cols In the +.ate, embracing both There should be
number eooatljitlng weighty reasons to In- j
Infla.ma.tton. Cut, Bruises, Burns city a leas town than At that a meeting held for thf, common and} high school courses. luenc* anyone to make a move of such Building Stone Marble, etc.

Chapped Skin, Roughness, Black- The building art large and wJl ren Importancej People who hare

"heads Pimples and Eczema. Keeps and the purpose one-half of month incorporation after the three first u4ted and them U a competent eorpaof tU.urea elsewhere are not likevery > mane MOSAIC! AND/ TILE WORKFOR
soft fresh
Complexion smooth and teacher* A Catholic convent aeeonU successful hers.
jaln reached Miami.S44 votes were Intelligence and >RS. BATH ROOMS. MANTELS ETC.
Price 25c to none IlL|the State 1* in fad are essential .Lcr
Industry U te good fortune
:. sal Q fkaMsataal gro.o at'u operation, i Instructions to Lotht8tes MoMstcats, General Cemetery Week etc.LarfMt .
has been sustainedxronchont here a* In any other part of the I
: ,Spld bj Biscayne Drag Company early period I
:3Y also private school globe I Works |7iescU4 Facilities lira rudet. tmmvtLofton a.rvla.
the eight years of the dty'aalatory. a'musical story and art school!, _
I If It Is desired to engage la general ,
sol that every educational need may
POPULATION KTO. Tier farming In|the raising of wheat com, j ,
be supplied are about thirty;
Miami baa at present a resident population flourishing. schools la tile county. or oats, peaches apple, grape or
of between 6.000 and 7000. Inch i rel1&loJ{ other products of the temperate son, 1 & Einig
I winter month this population U prery denomination I* rep one must cut. Iris'lot some hundred of I' :

Augmented by the addition of thousands I relented: and tie following have mIles to thi north and accept the cold

I of visitors! mostly of the wealth-I handsome church)a l building: Presby that la pat of the 'egacy of lands Machine

teal classes who come to enjoy the tei-lan, Kplscopallan, CaUollc. II. B where UitSe thing can be grown. I Shop

ideal climate and the finest fiahjac la I I C'urch. M. E. Church, South and Neither I* Uil* a stock railing COUJItrJ.1

the world. To accommodate. these ;Baptist. 1 There 1* a "no fence law Aross The River.

visitors there are numerous fcouia i 1 SOILS AND PRODUCT great boonj, to the settler of limited '

and boarding house principal among princip.4ndustry mean, and there la very little live Will rep; ir your engine on short .no,ice.
he in mil see
which 1* the stately Hotel Royal Palm | stock: In tie! country On the other
U.fa the of fruit and wIlL.ltej' I Gas Men. We
growing Expert Engine
Merritt & Kolb
() I
and the grand Dew Halcyon Rail,""Ui hand If it ;Is desired to engage In the carry
vegetable fr the Northern mar
monument In size grandeur and aoeommodatiog culture of citrus fruits ptu'pplee. vsrlona coils 'sire
I batteries
tacUlUetThe ket* Tomatoes|form the staple crop tropical or ssml-tropical fruits dynamos, plugs, \ ,

population 1* cosmopolitan er- bud there art large quantities- of other,I the growing ft vegetables at the season screws, s vitches .1
vegetable* vo,. such aa tomatoes.
very state la the Union fumtahlaf of the 1HI' when all other parts
REAL ESTATE quota of representative' Aa made- egg plant p.ppirsbean eta The of the country are la the grip of winter
planting ae&IOI1J]extends from about &
I AROAINS sizable foreign element !. unknown this section offers decided advant Lofton
October 1 to January 1C and the bulk
CUMATB: ages over {any other portion of tae
MIAMI FLORIDA of the shipment!are sent North from .
United States.Postmaster
Writing from personal experience
N ember until JUy, although there I I
after visiting California and other teo- !
be ng pracUcallj nys difference ,In the .
Robbed -- P -
don where oUmatle condition axe '- J t. '
SBsons, seeds may be planted or rag
considered at their beet, we can salter O. W. !Fpute postmaster at River '
et iblea gathers day in th* .
any yar.Ti
x oatlngly ay that Miami ha* th* mostperfect" ton, Ia., nearly lost his life and was
.j .. : getable* are grown usually on the robbed of|all comfort, M. /J. Yarborough
j.r' z winter oUmauja'tb; United .. ; according to t
t iJ ;: ;:,O.. State' ,Cold I* almost smkaowa,--I prUrie lands. which are: free freerttlpborand hIs letter which says of Jaundice that
are_Composed,of, a hind of even my finger nails turned yellow:
the slightest frost being very rare. marl | when my )'doctor prescribed Electric: Contractor and Builc er

The,warmth of rammer If tempwedey ti Bitten;"which cured me and hare j

the cooling: b..**sea from tie Atlantic Fruit, are grown:on' pinelands", kept me Well for eleven yean. Sore 1-
adder of the Palm Beach loW ,
,: and the highest, tempera tar* w lch 'are altghtly'higher ,than' the cure .for biliousness neuralgia, weakness

recorded.*>y'government thennom- prairie*,and la this section very rckyTljl and '|kn,' stomach, liver Kidney
and bladder derangement A wonderful Hous 3 Moving a Specialt
.ter. ,'during, -the summer month la ... rock I* a peculiar" ,coral. formationeoaWntt .toDf At all- drnaitonx.__ _. S e._ ,
[ We are NOT? Re'ady 1 umishrTribti2e' HEALTH a great aai- of plant food, ;--n n
Miami Florida I
J i r Th d<7 rank among the first .lah aseyldeneed by Jh* fact that In many NOTICE. .:TO, CREDITORS. 1 '

., Saettanti It,i', ;Ualtd State* In"point 'of health placei[ i. rang.and other,hint trust are ,
j '" In' Court of the'County ''Judge State ,
-" Then I* inure freedom tram'mdirls to'bY aeenVb a ing "thrittlly: though ''of Florida:

: other' i sad them an ao'-praraillac & ..*. apparently-standing' on.a solid plate lure Estate of I :.

ThoM ailment which are common -I cfTthi; *rock. vBing of a.porou or Jacob Hansen.Dade County.
ill parts of the country ***a tth honeycombed structure:th*:rooti'of To all Creditor, Legatees Distribu J. Brown
makes _
.BicyclesThe : tee. and (all Persons having Claims I
her robbed In part.d their power, :sue I th trees ire'esiabled'o"pinitratl't < Demands '
or against said Estate.
they i uua1l1 appeal!! In a mOd tea .and draw ample f us tenanc' from'what Ton, and',each of you are hereby .

and rarely_leave th*W affects. vUek i. td appear tqj be,a Yry., npromlsTtUs -: notified and required to present any l ,
hollow in the waW'of'llfcs. dlaeaae. ID4 aoarce.. rock by the way claims and .demand which you or x 3
iMwnsrti Scarlet'fever end dIp1Io makes'a';'beautiful and durable Imfldtn i either of yon may have against the Sanitary

*, rr tkcrlaar, unknown I, irhletyphoid. material', anl the new'court house of estate.Dade.of co Jacob Dt1.Hansen Florida,deceased to the undersigned late I tlt:

s fever 1* rarely heard of. It W a .death and jail; .. weD-U' several )residences: ,I executors of said estate withIn PlumberK I ...

Meplace: ,for'thoee uffering from ini i the city,,buflt.of: ,this:stoned; 'are two rears from the date hereof.

ran*; troubles;asthma, 'catarrh:'aadatBllar 1ILi tea admired hi all visitors It also Dated June I.-A. IX 1908.

disease which are prevalent m beat the fine*! road material In the I I "j, Carl Larsen, ,
I Han Anderson, .
.neolder climates Many person aIfecte4 wilrM.!.' and Dsde:; *county leads all others J Executors. I
The {bicycles and other with these.Ills have come her. "i. in the State n mileage and condiU I 1019 Ave. D. !Miami

goods are the best stan- and have been cored or greatly bensntted.
dard goods 1 on the market Of course'this is not the ease the fruits c dvsted are chieflygrpefruit If yon bid all the wealth o: Rocke- -
feller. the f
,- in every Instance People die her, a* oranges, and pineapples I could not i Standard 011 magnate you i i!
medicine for
oaster Brakes fitted to old yet been discovered where people Hi ie* are largely produced;but being Colle. Cholera l and Diarrhoea Remedy PAINTERS *. BEST
we Immune front death and disease.it Indigenous to the country they thrive : The most eminent physician can not''
wheels. All work guaranteedt the same time. It may be truth- little or i& cultivation Citrus :prescribe a better preparation for colic : 14 fQTII.IZCRrWilen ed.-
and diarrhoea, both children I Il
for and
new wheels for rent fully said that the condition tending t't I will require from three to five dults. %,1 nature
i The uniform success of this the I+jnr most beftirulll
a general healthfulness are a* favorable f after planting to produce fruititapples I remedy hails\ shown it to be cuperioi d ,
Jl 12th Street. Blue frontat) F.'LrP1VAC
aa In any section of the country; p whlih grow on a plant i isc to all otheta. It never falls and when 1 .1 :.:.., .t 1 and far more so than in most mewhat resembling: the cactus, and re2If: 'Ir)ph water and sweetened. !_
Carroll & (M THE! CITY'S TUTORS propagated !pleasant to take. Every family should
: I'w Ichj;are by setting slip i ho npT>i1e with It Sold by BiscayneDru1 ;j'
all modem '
possesac eemven- 01 ''tnickel'l. be fruit In 18 months Co. and all druggists. .

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1 FRIEN-D ...,.. 'I
Sale Cheap; $ : LI THE LOTTERY Florida East Coast; jRailw
For Sherring j : sewer.. .T".t M.ke ...... Uat eY.

I[ .rl... ... o. Plew.tly.I ; Of MARRIAGE

I I don't BO to parties to hate _. Local
Rentil property dtscri\) MaratKonIf goat tlwe dU'l'CllJ" We go to make l Time Card No. 66 In Effect April li, INircoilMOtmiMBEAD
BUSINESS- S. W. Cor. "t'r [Hx>i>,k bate a goad time. In dol4 I (Original I
*d as follows: Lot 75x100.: I -' that however we generally libel I It I "Johnny." nald Rrownliv Wilson superintendent L'11I.BOUl'D-IEAD DOn VT.t

Avenue H and 6th street rental cottawione Improve: : bat the pleasure comoa back tenfold of the telegraph line, "1 __ t

ments. T"'o bniM'"T 3 room! 5W: 2 store inner II hear you're (.<>!nir to l..> married to the .s. a, 21 !TATIOn"y a..tt alroli 0aq.1
2 'tAry .
I I / ,
t7.unoo'IVI" to ask ourselves If "
stairs. Dane ball on secon. 'p operator<< at Ih'Ihl.
Jown floor. Insurance cab-led 11,000. CaJl to social Catherines.iother :,I "'fl'!!, !fir" I replied and I'm going lags atram ra "aootalackrnavn1 Jaekrs.nl _'' 1 Ar y 717p fns 1rah1.Ipm pass
';? we are young or old marrd I .._ 12pa 1Mmt
or address : to pet the low'lIelt"smile on Mr. 10 40am lit AU(1UtIA.BUUDP. .
on I jncle, Is, What can I do to add tocompany's I 2Jpm 11 15 ... .. Npm elm
WlIl m's natural face .. .. I a, /145
EAL Weak Looking Canadian tile << grit flopped etm 11.5.5 ??...LMPaaki
G. W. 0 ambaementl There I a I I .

700 Sixth Street Miami. Fli I IIF.lto I flat number of things and everybody me. r l rm 11 loam At L9..??....._._ F..la&k.'.la ........_lArAr /eep. le...
.. Captured <*n do at leant ono or two of the"** I There are many 'sayings' la which pm _ha-)( ieo_ .I:
DistanceRunning things welt There are recitations I I there U little truth he Ha id, "but there ...... I tbam ...... ._._.. .. ..ookD )1.0_oo'_,.::r..Ar / 1 SS
.. FOR 5 CENTS FOR 10 CTS -kuaa.l'. I.
Greatest Long ajngtntr, playing instrumental music I II.. one that oontaitm 90 I..r cent truth- S Upm U 1 {supm,pm 1-t': Dupont ,I' : / tips 114a
Match Boxes Comb and Brush Case for dances or otherwise, directing and that marriage U a lottery. You're go- akpm 11ipa ovmoad 1 Mpa. 114
Soap Mincing Knives Prize Is Only : nlllnff the figures for dances and tell- : 10 0epa l fcpm .. Daytona ." 1 / .p.141 4 ram 5
Box Toilet luc In for a lottery John and you Ilpm t npm Port 0,.np / 1p.
Plates J Meat Fork fag 10 .._. .. ( .__._ ... 112 /leas
A. B. C. I Tall fortunes by palmistry or cards.Tiore nilcht an well lx pre,ared for either a 11pm 26tpm 10' 00 ? ?? e. Pmyrna ? .t?
Jellle and Pie Plate I Five Feet and : ', too, are stories, conundrums I, prize, a I lank or-a tartar. Sit down 1 1 pm All__ Lak. H lea_ .r 12 Fop. I Mp.Dam N1t .
7am / O..n""t'
Bn Hers or ToasterPudding ; ind parlor games unending. and I'll tell you bow It happened with U / e .. ..... .. Oran"city IIID '" _:: ii b m a k
Cake Turners Pansmus Weighs but 122 Pounds. A good short recitation Is Weed|by 4S -
me. ': m Mpm "r--- O.k U br..: : paf I bas
Lemon Squeezer .i' It Wp 1 .._ J ..L"e I
8(9 Ps verybody. Any woman of Intelligence ."Telegraph operators of opposite I O2a.
Ink Steak Pounderlfuciiage : William Sbert iug, the C nadlan who t 11 Mpm I l.pm Ar. _.._..____ .TllU'l'tII. ? 02
who trains herself) to
sympathy I
exes: made love over the wire when on 41
Rolling Pin won the Marathon race or twentyallf : )tend up straight and speak distinctly< was a young operator Just as they do / m m Ua6.m a'pm I.. --_ : ...... -.+- .u I 112o.a

Stove Blacking Polish Knives Towel, Rack Fork miles In the Olympic gamtM at Athena, I n pleasant voice may venture to c.i'm-I now. When I was Just your age 1 12 tala spa U pa pa r" _'!eo-foam eA' I ptpm t6p. I I VsU OM-

Scrub Brushes la, strangely enough, one the frailset mit selections to memory and "speaker almost melted the wire with the warmwords 1 Mp 'aoe""' ,,'" I fops Wit
Cob Pipes athle ) piece at a party. For this put I sent it to girl I'd never / rpm ran Gall......,... I" uta /pa A..
Pint'Cups Casting Spoon weakest looking es that ever over a 1/ m pop. .. a J ".-
shoe: lIe.I.t. fire'' foee. of course!, comic selections taro seen though I bad her photograph. She ,j 1 15.1$ I lop. .I-g" I Ira
Strainers Mop wore a spiked only I Imps .. ,.. L.e1. .._... : 10 era 11 0111I, .,.
Always best-short Comic njont she }-
Whisk Brooms one was very pretty and from what t .. sa SIPS
Funnells feet tall and weighs but 122 pounds I ... m ". .. 10 IOaa .
ha 'outran > or even dialogues are enjoyed. said by telegraph one would suppose ''I. .. / epos __.rte Tlbba's i .,... 10 ITas U lips :
let by cheer endurance the .._ IG 1IuI 11 ,.
)ooks containing all manner of reciatlons ; butter wouldn't melt In her mouth: I aa .. Ed. _
thana : I ._.- SIps
picked long distance stars bf more I s pm .. IC I.
ebeup- ltoua e' .. .J..aw. ...
\ are to be bad cheaply, so >> admired strength of character In a girl I ? --
tulf d>zen nations. Grt ece' alone offered ly It Is a wonder young people do[not and my only fear for her was that I loam Iota t ap.Spa ... wise Bobe.I.pll'D4 _..". I"_ .. /Iris/Mom 15 1.lips fps

ti: Y! twenty-seven, entries bat none of *wall themselves more of this opportunity she'd be putty In my bands. I IJw S lips .. wa hi.Beae"---+-.". 0 Arm IOpta .
;, the descendants of the laurel for giving pleasure to tJM>lrtrIends. "One day one of our fellows-Jim 1 i.lss Ill,. nayatoa .", f .lass 12aa 11155.;

wreath winners of the pat was even : Besides the comic recitations Bnrnet-came to my desk and said to I ..... .. .... La..la elA7- i".... l ao.1
f bow that full of true sentimenteven 117am 5 Apm Da.sa. '._ .... ; lass by
> I- la the same class with tha Canadian.The are me: Mpm Eallaad... "
Marathon race watt?the big contact though they contain something of "'Brownlee I've got a girl on 'the III8ua} .. I.......a -. 1lr.. 'I',...
I ".... I. ,
be commended. One of U
of the final day of the. games, the pathos, are to wire, and we've been doing some pretty ..... It au ... .
of twenty-six mlles that 'the most Impressive parlor recitation lively lovemaklng. Perhaps you're "- tl R_ : I. U_,
: trA7'Nk- grueling ma : ; I I ever heard was Owen Meredith ppooed to that sort of thing.' I _
every athlete wanted to Win. It over tABS ItaUens." with Its subtle MasmlD .. ''Oh that's aU right' I Interrupted.'Go i i hMat1aslsdNwYkem0111 Jumili.tegt1nea1W.Nsadta
.. shadowed' .everything die In Importance *flower" keynote. on." f D.ty am$toeaa1.as .
::: W ;: tIe etatlre populate"ofAthens' In the humorous line not long ago I "Well. I've got to go away for a sat J

fllllag and overflowing jjb* 8lageoid ;beard Poet Edwin Markbam'a radiant couple of weeks and I'd be oblle4.1t I 1 I.11Ia1 IUTPOIT IUIICII. hY, mlI

while thousands"of other! ,little six-year-old: son Virgil entertain you'd take my place while I'm goo*' .& i Ns MA s R I
along the Marathon romdj;Tb runners ;uproariously a'tableful of guests by ."Why not tell her you're going

consisted of the twcnty-teven'.Greeks: ;firing off a string of conundrums be away? I asked. 1 l11 llasoils/ $ /l
i MTen Britons Inclodlng Canadians and bad got from a book. Again In the Well, the truth Is. tie replied la a /f tf 1 tiopt10 aip'pliW.IwtaaaJcks a.bl aeea. ..."
Australians; Ore Americans, three Germans -:biULorons line I once beard Mrs. Elisabeth shamefaced manner Tm going to lie 1111 b ] b bp10 Ua.t1I S ;W P 1ff

two ,J"ru'hrnalo Italians, I Gllmer. brilliant 'Dorothy .,.IDls.i married to another girl, and I thought 11 / 1 hleaa'Ai' Y. r /4 IOSIUDO11SQtiit

-. three Swiss, one"Belgian ODe Dane and i read her own Inimitable -Mary' 'lane : perhaps yon wouldn't mind.' Am occasffii snusm cowicneas ;AT BAIL
And Lot of Other Items 'too Numerous two Egyptians. 'Hundreds of vehicles and the Rlghab Cnkhah," and nobody ""Opening the furnace door and letting

to mention to be found at the of an kinds followed the fortunes of who listened to It will ever forget It the lire go out That's a nice thing OM CaUMtlM Maw at Masd wttk StsaMklt elite P. 0. 1. 4 t e.paey M
the contestants la on4 of theM the But never recite any horrible" or to ask of a friend. However, you seem

5 &' iOc StoreNo ting and queen of Greece sat. and as ghastly tragedies. Never to be In for It, and 111 help you all I Havana and Key( West
the runners' kept aportittg for a lead can.'

the monarch" shouted encouragement tn I Singing and Instrumental Music. I "Jim gave me the private call between Two Sailings Each Week*.
1017 Avenue D Miami FitMOIICYTOLOJII them J: j be going' to
him and the girl was
Treaders.t .
fide. Ne
Beginning with a reryf bot pace W.; American girl and women area! now Jilt and told me I'd be called up between TMM Discharge Passengers at Skip'

Q. Frank of the lrtab- inenc D A. C.| among the sweetest singers of the|pub- 0 and 11 o'clock at night Then ?sbls assetJslb wt.gNSZ1 1 AnSMSM

of New York got the lead at the tenth lic stage. In thousands of modest be went away professing a high appreciation L1bMMW eaaa.ewtoasssY2Ya1
kilometer He retained it until the flfteenth. -* I pM
of the favor I was to do him
,1 when be was pained by Blakeof and strong friendship for me. He proved Per Cepy of the RACAL TUtU CARD or Other Ness?.

England J the best friend I ever bad a* I'm "SEE THE TICKET A ThNT."
while William Sberc .1
Frank hone
on I I going' to tell
ring of Hamilton. Oat. (radoally fore-; .I.IiI' I "At half pant you 0 I got the call, sore IL RAHNER, Aaat. Os&L Pau. Amt., T.AUOtATITtI, }LA.
OniShort! ) or Long [imeEasyPaments ( ed his wayup, Frank ran hard and}it .. enough Tbe girl was different from

I mine-a practical sensible woman, and

,; ., ; It was easy to nee character written In I )
very message she sent me. My talk
with her was rather dull to me. for she I SEABOARDAir

was planning all the while what she
Dade fa, Security Go and Jim as she supposed were goingto j Radway"

a 11' i do after marriage. Not a bit of that I Line

.. -i' delicious lovemaking that my own girl
.p gave me. However.It was Just as well, !
LOW .. ttr i for If I'd had two girls to talk sweet I f

to It might have tired me. : FOR

The night after Jim went away my

'yl4 own girl sent me word that she was ,f Savannah, Columbia, Camden,. Southern Pines* ,
not at all well and was going bom ,
RATESVIA If abe didn't call me for some time 11 Raleigh,, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore,

mustn't be worried. A nice way to put i Ne\y York.
it wara't It? Well that's the but I Two Elegant Trains Daily.
message I ever got from her, I blush to
Seaboard Malt
own that I became so Interested m thelproblo Seaboard. Express ,:

>ms I discussed with Jim's girl
I Modern I'uJlinaa .
aa to housekeeping and bpw to do It oo I Egiupment.O1 ,
SouthernRailway I a, telegraph operator's income that I !
T : Y ,
soon forgot about the poor sick girl, .
who might be dying while I was working I ( .
4 up an Interest, In another. I apmtm dulT iinOfti deepens (ha 'J14tI0olli1111 Adds Orlo

'"By the'time Jim retained with his "*
bride I had my bead full of a pretty;
little cottage with a few necessary article I notion aal sleeper l'e4enation" call on agent of i ti
For lull i for any
a *ui, OB, 'nm IIJ LL o. 'nUt' 148MDIanowar' ..
i of bonghteo furniture besides t tae Seaboard,or write
1 1t formed from all sorts of article \
i j I
Yk borne all over,the country ar* other One I remember was a chat mad of a I
COML and .
|.S140 New JHa1'eDo sale, r sweet voiced American stagers' and flour barrel I told Jim of the sttuaJoa t -CDONHBLL brt. Sa ... rut JtCbOQTllle, Fit'
tarm.Tickets on Jon }i. ,
they ought to use this precious gift of
1 1wrlktar and be wasat a bit Jealoaa.' la-
limited June'. Extension Jane 1k k music for the entertainment of their died be was greatly relieved aid said F. C. BOYL.STON.Jr4 Pass. Ajrt.Atlantic .

10, 1908. Stopovers, WaiUngton. friends Tb woman who can''sing is lie was eternally obliged to m*.
- .'Baltimore; PnUadelpUa and f welcome everywhere. 8b baal powerto "Shortly after bla return I caned: oa L .
'New Tork.w.00 .: g f fR' draw even the gronti*.t and-stingiest hit bride and was struck' wttb her

*i" I .- of humanity out of hi* mean self .- to tb*photograph at my gtrt- t ;
Boston. lUaa, sad rttnrn.Tleketi awha: :B.tees aDd gots aUk re- I'man my first girl act Jtaal. Tbea

): on sale May n'to' lime, again took tb* load, jpat b* was *vdoatly joke at the coming of' the woman wbo It mated apoa m*.tbat I ate-I meaD Coast Line

1, limited JOB 18. Xtteaaloa: i I ta distress and breatttsd very e&IL w ,,; erlwomaawho ]| bad ba-my4glrL I took toy paacfl '
haid 'jtr 2 .welcome Is tn*gW and 'tapped oar' private' can oa tb* I 1
II DOC; Wasp- ; :
July ; Stop oven ;
', ft strong hee doNy. fit- can play either pUoo: TtoBa'maa- table. Ebe started flamed tip ftearaa
lacton. Bltlmora PWladelpkU, lowed. by Swambergot Sweden mikk 4SoU 'or gidta.or even the modest TittleS out; of, tb*.roota. THROUGH 8CHKOULXFlorida I

New York. bees ...s.414 DOt allow any of tb* ,' moota barnoatcno., .Bed ale lody 'caa >,*I Mat aay anything to Jtm about

nu.U Askernia, N.. X, aaj ntan.Tlekit otben to pas* him, ta* race lacing;>tattat lie drawa.by an expert oleo this ebOdW tt. 'I seat'1stsm"Ireaa'thtattag'I; : Georgia, Alabama, Virginia,. North Carolinaand
Oadetd I i J I : > b stniment.::< >;Ten lid 'caaaot if knew ere hiug'et bis wtf'aad. arise South Carolina -
\ oa tiU JBM f. 1. 1. KU. f -rriakWl : ,ford..lju \. tat few tote aN.'...... awnO 'coaciadal"to g. and .aa. '
1C limited Joa IT. IMC. .iii.to'ieeL' of tb* Radium I cannot fit a. Tl9UectmaadoO4: and .gtri r.*ad tamd:..**." ,laV.atekadaf The: greaf Highway of Travel between

liLooinma sad reUrm.ltKUai .1'Oek' a* tb*: !ry wet op ttwt any *own* *v *.W re s! *aani toplay. uses Jtp..aad.J wa* to.ateafcpM.aew
U0.4 Ky. i :
t euDir wa BMrtngitb* 1nisJt. tbar*. Aa tmportaat.braaca at social ref
c.., n..hT kS4.mLd1/"Jira1.101.11..1;, ....the tJ'e) &.edJIIt I.ism cowistt..to bstag able to ; -* ot*f bta...-'J two m; :lmida aod the East _and WestINorth.and; SouthFnal.

Jan U':.EUcnaloa.July rasa. M4.U.It CUB!*laCjb* pry M dkmeblg whstasCgs tbs tlsolla ktG.....',. tlla.w' II r,, oaesgeis h. >' I

sa.. 1tOC. ..ueoaJd be e.ea etnatt-& I or ...... Every girl sad ,.poy:wbo tB'ta*wboie ttlag.?Tb''gM laaaad at 8 rv1o*. m.p.t Palma Zgulpsal, Mu1aI1oat,PlaUj>fu|
.. =1 tar tile aafoj. tb* ma ca > ..... tit be anybody odaaya w oay. a tfsa.JIO&\ Bprlnj. VL. U4 iogrm.. CIa ; i twamberE, tb* eiutbow bew to dasenC4ZaylisetaS uw.; ,,...,bet.e.rJae..eadJhoh.0. at DIXIE FLYER
tI> limited JOB 11. IMC and ao'eu4 from bad to' foot with tastrasMotal.. tile'I '.". oap taW iof me.Jt" ,, Celebrated i icojnrxNixirr} FLORIDA AND !JWEST'INDIA 'L M TE

Ntua.t frim and diet tb* ptoeky BtU Caps ''" : tome the MONTGOMERY L. AND N.
flC.CS Knoxrflle Tea, and fUowd'ta' not to.cboo.aayamaoHtoo <: : .n; 2 ,;rv* to ,
j Tlckat oa male Jo n If W, dlaa kept bta toad CI
se gnbr1oax At a party see : pomt of aty'*' 'Aa nil Bvaot bad iTiai .

..SVK "'.1.1117 7.14. U llmlUd Glut penmen Jumpd from' tftetr ralng I fHwrd Oat dotefal j 1Oaddyaooc married my kM. I ttarrKd "Ms. 'H* -

,', ,*In.adap..J :*teaato. .8eptI .nab aDd ran stnagskU of Bberriag drof...l mt tm It broke: the party wtf* tarad oat to b*'aa xtravagaat MKTHOD or TEAVILINQ
0, I "I"m.l 0i. ebeNtn. .MID. ......' g faUandl Itwe. 'op .. tar a* awfTtmenttra* ceoeetaed.Tb waatrtstdcbl. r d ,)IID 'DI.e r .
a few atrtaaito tb* aakb' JDda.rtDc.'w112a. obis lie was'tn a ale a** itassil atm Atlaatie Coast Ua tae thousand mil tfeket god( our lijOOQ...* tt i
$W.I ,'A lt TjUe. N.'O. tad mm..TteUU erat r*vbed abe South,*. isle *> i all priaoipal .gneiss,
dea aU 1)OI1Ioae"
> gasp reed racin
,.,... .... IA..
......, end Cord and add ,,by vaavmg ,
ai Ml.Jm St..17, U .. Ktec Ceorgaji was -tb Brat to 1 .. 'T --' {11 I I [ tb flnt rite of ID oob. I/ailted to one year from date of aorobas*. rar till.
wtf 1 diw a prtaa roai schedules Pullman nio I
rates tt
limited July 10. 1SOC. Naeh him and tefpaspsd tile lad'shand use bad .**.' a' practical, common plate sad reliabl. Information rejard'nf ,
while tile queen banded aim a 'wbo baa JeuDe4! to .. 40De'I'
Mooteagle Teak and rearm girl food of me aDd oar enlldr -
tlC.U ens* woman wi
of flowsaa.H, ,) STb band Frank C. BoyUtoo. 1>1... Pa**. Agt. ,. D, Stark.Travelin; Fas*.Ages
her tb
Tickets oa sole Joni It. II, lily wttata [ fat* In his or '' 1s v affectJooat. a splendid manager Its W. Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
I, (. limited August XI 1MCL Extension ftrst four ftnlsbed lDft most welcome possible goes!! at a par a dear good YOrDaUI "- N.
minister of each otbMr.: 8be ring'i t W. Craig Passenger Traffic Minager, Wilmington, C.
pm J. ,
October 11. 1M ty. There' are excellent: oa palmistry "!bot h oft Mr. T lsoa Tour only

'flllO KHwinkee, Wig, and recurs for.tbtwenty-nr I1IDSDvtee 23 3-5*setondsT flea wan 2 boors i now and ooe'I1elaure they caD boor be bad awhile eta I giving me at on. end of a loft affair _________ ___---.-.- -
using We're
ily. By what I at tile otber.
gave yon
TIekeU oa sale Aug. 10. U, 11, Michael Spring,.*Inpon wham the working' knowledge of the lines dra'llrDf! r' e
a good an on* till we know what "
ttmlUJ, Anc.. 11 1101 beaten AmerIcana off'with pinned ti|their*'rest faith mdodlng iwae!: In the bead can be sectored]Nand! this and If w* draw a prize we never get, Has Stood The Test 25 Ye'Grove's :'
knowledge be made a source' of "
I may too old to be maudlin.
Passenger &Ticket:Office Loose and the otbe famed Oreeki It unending entertainment to lone'* acquaintance t II* looked at Of wttb a comical elprwskn : I
bitter defeat for the latter to be :t
was a Tbe same Is true; of card oo his tare and then said
"' beaten at their .ow i1' game bat '>jbey fortune telling or teacup fortune telling "You're right John. Ilnj
1108 presslvely:
1 ;;; W. Bay Street hare no excuse. .Sheering outran 6>em "
!: grant tbat you have drawn a prise.
from the start8berrtng jj |
But be careful never to predict anything I bavent Nj married long eDO
bas ben' running seven I dreadful like sodden death, accident find out whether I have drawn Chin Toni'
I to
J. C. LUSK years. His skill a'runner. hu been Tasteless <
lit HamUtoo' or misfortune In Pnests are prize or not but I'm moving along. Jus
.1 dereloped mainly 7 to be made happy and merry. at a social the name all If I were certain of It, athat'll District Passenger Agent road race, beld onKren OIlt1banb-'nnc. help to brine It out the rich i iwAJ' 1.y" ....... *
In Canada It DOt upectl be party.CAROLINE N .
.L'l ,ER80S. SCMNEB CHILD I I owr".V-' -.) 4,
Jacksonville Florida
would win. ,

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