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 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002075060
oclc - 34299190
notis - AKR3415
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System ID: UF00076097:00405
 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLUME 3, NUMBER 166 I it'' MIJLMI, FLOKIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 18,-1906 I f mG$T 'p.$] .G.Sl JI -

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I : Only Six Christians Killed Miami i Saturday Morn-

and Eight Others Wounded. ing for i! Jacksonville and
Th Wind Began Blowing Saturday Night and Continued !

This j Authorities Will Only Twelve Hours Aheadof
Unceasingly Until About Noon Sunday. Much I II I

j i I Permit Nothing to be Sent the Storm Which Pass-
Damage. Done to Docks and Boats. ,

I i ": Out From Bialystok. ed Up the Coast i g

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A. tropical hurricane. |i the' most damaged mostly by the heavy ,[ ii !
ling think the is Hid dnarpointlng
yen stage M empty as some pteyera
destructive since that of October I j dssisr.tN. rl Odessa, Jun IS- Novostl publishes Among the.matters of concern.COB. -
; Hear
104. swept the city Saturday night ; This building was bulll about a I
and Sunday morning. I ago and should have withstood jibe' .. i I* the ttwatw that U likely to.b.. eMp:,. and dIGappollltlft7 ." today from a flalystok correspondent nected with the tropical storm which

The rain began to fall and the wind storm but Instead it crumbled Ilk< so -. : 7- .- :. <_' ,- ,_ a statement hat he personally saw passed over this ,ity Saturday night
to blow in the early part of Sat,I much paste board when the wind pot 290 Jewish c rpses. a treat number and: Sunday morning and did to mack

urday night and ,with an occasional a grasp I GENERAL GRAND COUNCIL of which wet horribly mutilated and damage to property, the much talked

let-up, continued all night! up to 6:00 Tatum Bridge Damaged j I that there w re only six Christians of tug Sybil la yetto be heard from.

. A. M. Sunday morning. At this hour During the heaviest part of the blow OF ROYAL AND SELECT MASONSBegin killed and w unded. After her arrival from Jacksonville
the wind calmed down and the sun I for
yesterday morning the quarantine;;,Ifcoat It Is impos Ible to get any tnrthetimformatlon Thursday night with two barges
tried bard to come out but was againcovered I McAdam Chief Phillips In chi ge. [ I from Bialystok. The the extension works and tie abandonment
by the gathering storm and broke loose from her moorings''' tnd Associated Press correspondent, who of one.i It was thought that she
about 8:00 A. M. the wind and rain i I swung around and agaalnst the 2th should baremorning arrived there yesterday would not return ;for the latter until

again) reigned'supreme, and* -,'kept. up,I street bridge. The boat hit the bridgei has tot been heard from the sea had down but nevertheless

until 11:45 this A.time M.During considerable t dam 'i i with such force that the hand railing Session in_Masonic Temple in Boston Today. Ses-,and it Is evlthorltlei ent by this that the yet au- she start out at daybreak
I j along the south side of the bridge jras ther wlll not permit nothing Saturday search of the
age was done all over' the, city. What partially torn away. The most Serious ion to Last During the Entire Week. Thisis to be sent ou barge and waa seen later la the day
the'1I'1nd didn't do, the rain did and i I 1 damage at thin point was {the I by the crew of the tug Brewsterabout
there Is hardly a house In town that fact that the bridge knocked out ten miles above this port
I| was the Ninth Triennial Assembly. THE WAVE )F STRIKES
The waters ,
4dldnt leak In some spot;: : : Jupiter
; lot plumb by the boat and on this account IS SPREADING RAPIDLY She undoubted) made .by i
of the bat washed up on the Bo1l1.I the draw can not be open I to I nightfall and unless unforeseen things
Tard and even up Into the Royal Palm I allow crafts to pass np and down the happened she was near th- barge atda'break ,
St. Petersb June 18- Constltu
evidence of which there i rg. I
grounds { Snndai morning. The ) .
river. I '
Tonal Demos in the lower house
of seaweed and
Is vast amount
debris a on the Boulevard and Royal The fishing sloop J.I.8Jloreno01I'n.' Boston|June IS- This city will be I I banquet and will deliver addresses. seem almostRerolntlonlsti ready to Join with the i barge was anchored about twentyfive'miles
ed by Mr. H. Dale Miller and recently of the most The at sea fifteen miles north of
the llcentfj, two Important general topic of the addresses will The leaders of the
Palm One lawn.of the, freaks of the| storm was purchased from Key West parties, Masonic |?vents of the year during I I be "Free Masonry as a World Power." Constitution its are urging the necessity -I'Cape Canavarel and Capt. Ron and,
was landed up on tbe'Ihore nearihlt the week and of the Engineer! DeMay think It was anchored :x: a
the peculiar manner Inj which the present many I The last triennial assembly of the ; of k IIIW pace with the Revolutionary
Csh house but no damage was i dime most distjjigulshed officers of the order ; }: to stay and ,that they would have no
mdrement lest be
board walk attached to the Royal Palm I General Grand Chapter was held In they or-
was displaced and moved six of eight to her. ,, are here (b take part ta the two events Little Rock Ark. No triennial has er.helmed arid stranded :trouble In finding It.
feet Inland. The floating barge, used I, The fishing sloop Mischief own by The first! fivent,which in some respectsis I been.held in Boston since 1S50. The The bakerl s remain closed today,I Capt. Ross wu accompanied' on the
Capt.$weeting, also cast shore trip by Capt. Robert Gordon. of Jacksonville -
was on
an annex to the dock projectingout I Introduction( .to the second began General Grand Chapter of the United : the strikers tshops ireatentng to wreck theattempts '
as and did not fare as well u the afor no. this morning, when the' triennial, as i where and Mr. Rue. In charge of the
wiped States- was established In Boston are made to
the river on
into was entirely
A stump or some projection stove: in fleet transportation of the F. E. C.
11 aembly ot the General Grand Council
bake bread. But little has
war and parts of;the West extensionlot October 24. 1797. The first session hardship I
two of the bottom planks, damaging extension operations who Is anxious
of Royal|and Select Masters of the '
thus far resn from the strike
the dock were also sent sea ward.In was, a convention of representatives ted .
sunken her' about (25. ; : United Sates, opened Its triennial ses- of 9t Andrew's of : News from the Interior shows that to save the barge If possible
four Chapter Boston
: the river there are [ 'I
I I Rev. Mr. Porter's and Dr. McQsh '' 1 ; A great many people here feel uneasy -
: Masonic ,
aloe.at the Temple
he of
ailing craft','an smalls; boats and launches were under water near )the: I Newburyport Chapter of Newbnryport,I II wave i rtkes Is spreading with about the Sybil as they claim It
dories. This IJI the ninth triennial of the since''renamed the usual nunber of rioting. It
small row boats and I King Cyrus Chapter : III
'several Fair building, but It Is reported, theyhave Is only a harbor fug and that she cannot q
1 assembly( nd one of the most Important and Temple Chapter of Albany N. reported today that the emphasizing
Dock I
At Terminal
been raised. I I withstand heavy but Capt.
I I a sea 1
i [ ever Tomorrow the thlrtyI Y. There only Arch of the gro ring lawlessness and
I Royal
JBeld. were seven .
'At the Terminal Dock I there Is also Three used he Ross Engineer laY and the reel
'. :;, pontoons around: : : Qe
I third trie alai assembly of the General Masons at that convention. anarchy In tie country government
hurrtcane'i.wQrk.Partof I I present I'
evidence of..the terminal dock blown the of the creweel that they are perfectly
roof the were up y } Grand|Royal Arch, Chapter of the The j delegates met In the old Masonic brings the fe: r of a repetition of the
.heavy'tin over about half a mile and crashed into safe In her and that she Is aa seaworthy -
with I 1, I I United States will open.Its: session at 'I Temple on Anne street north North November mi tiny In Cronstadt fort I I
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dock blown and was hoitse I
was away I the dock of J. T. Conrad's boat as a|grea many togs that are
the Masonic Temple., street and concluded to Issue circulars ress, where tie sailors, marines and
a great deal of trouble{the cargo of taking it down about 16 feet between I I,built for outside work.It .
from the Martinique : The znoft elaborate preparations for to the Royal Arch Chapters of New : workmen are reported extremely tar
taken I
tobacco shore and the house.- Ill I was the Inte ition of Mr. Rue and
Saturday night was saved from si i The power boat owned by Mr.'jjSa-' the double event have been made by i England and New York State, callinga i bulent. I Capt. ROIl |Ita make at once for the)
soaking and total loss The MartinIque i'lem Graham was filled with water'ind the local arrived at 6:00 o'clock Saturday I otherwise badly damaged. I'||, has been selected u the headquarters I This convention was held In that I of art! lery and two machineguns ': and would not wt tae time to land and
have b forwarded
afternoon' and the stevedore and Us Three small buildings recently constructed Of the delegates and everything city on January 24, 1798. and there : < en haste i( wire their whe about thinking It
men at once unloaded her cargo, not I by Cooley &! Horner, on West Is ;ipeing done to add to the I was completed the organization of theGeneral I The streets a e tilled with Inhabitants best to go at one t to this point aa every ,
expecting >the rainstorm, otherwisetheJcargo'could'hareremained 7th street were lifted from their foundations comfort fif the high oMclals of the I I Grand Royal Arch Chapter of hurriedly leading. day would make It less possible
on i and placed about three feet order. Tie business sessions of both the United States. They elected as to save herj It may be possible that
board with no fear'of damage. I therefrom but in no other way assemblies will be held In the Masonic I 'he {first general grand high priest THE DREAD ED BOLOGNA the barge has bepn torn from her anchorage

Two of< the house barges used' In aged. -; .'j dam I Temple' and, ,to prevent loss of time, Kphlriam Kirby of Connecticut He I KILt S ARKANSAS FAMILY by I heat seas, and In that

the extension operations;were east upon i 1 The smoke stack on1 the'south.,side it baa J>teD arranged that luncheon was,;!, Installed by Benjamin Hum of case It was the Intention of Captain
shore south of the Jock by the high I of the Anltman- Steam Laundry wind'JeaterdaJ,morning'' and later retmoved I blown down early yesterday q. .while thf sssemblles are in session. oldest grand high preist represented. Artr.oore, a f rmer near Fort Smith another tow,
by the ''P. Sanford Boat tug No news has arrived from lex- There Win be many receptions; din They'also-adopted a constltutlon.pro-: and two of Is children died today The barge In question was one
Brewster. Captain Fromberger. ,This tension camps this morning but'll 1naonght ners and J other social functions! durIng viding for septlonal convocations. from polsonli I g from eating bologna brought from Charleston a few months
tug: was discovered at; four o'clock I some damage Is done then i. the wjpek. but the most Important These convocations were held once sausage. Another child Is lying at I ago by the .tug Dauntless and had to
yesterday morning almost sunk having I Throughout the city trees have been Function frill be the great banquet at every seven years until 1E26.: when the the point of d ;ath. The sausage war I I be left at Jacksonville to be repaired

;sprung aleck and was rapidly blown ,to tbe ,croun4. .branches torn. Ttemont" Temple on Thursday eve General Grand Constitution was again nurchased at L street stand and eatenat I ss It was in a I[ bad condition when .
filling but was .discovered' In time.;tobe'pumped off.' a1rubbery'rulned .and 'flowering ning. J j$ large number of the most I(amended and triennial convocationsEstablished. the family meal. they arrived there.It .
out and repaired. :' plants greatly damaged. I distinguished ,Masons will attend the : I Is hoped that the Sybil had no
Throughout the city.l sign boards, HOUSE AMENDS BILL serious trouble in the storm and that

window shutters awnings and all such ADJOURNED,OUT OF, REiPI It: TO MEET PRESIDENTS VIEWS I she will be successful la her attempt
annexe to buildings were demc Iihed. TO REPRESENTATIVE LESTER" SEAIGIRT TARGET RANGE HAS to recover the barge. The crew with
yThe large sign boards of John Sewell : -if' "WashingtonCommittee June IS- The House the exception of i Capt Gordon, are all
B. Bra. near the depot: were turned Waahlngton.; June 18'- The House It o: Agriculture today anthorlxed Mlamlana and their friends here are
ovaland broken_ .p ,by the; beau adjourned this) ornlqYafter'j a'.lies, l' BEEN GREATELY IMPROVED an mendment to the meat naturally 'concerned about her. It.

wind and there Is hardly a sign board afOQ-of twelve minutes.:;''I't11. short Inspection prbrlsloa la the agricultural Is thought that! some word will be.hoard

standing In thY city today- session, was on account of the death bill to meet with the views of from the Sybil this afternoon.
The corrugated Iron awning In front.0tRepreaeDtaU1'e Lester' The usual President Roosevelt. After this
of K. L.' Brady's store 'the"Basket':[resolutions payingTespect.to the deadQnember amendment Is(] made It will be preeent- GUATAMALANI INVADERS

Bay blown BlscayM'to the and ground Morning and to News front were ofseveral appointed were presented' a committee Forty nTargets, the Invention of an Illinois Militia ed non.to the President|I. by Speaker Can WERE FORCED TO RETREAT
to attend the funeral or
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other business houses In town, I
Been National Matcha -- -- -'- -
these awnings were lifted from the Marksman, Have Added. : NewYork. Jane 10- In a pedal
Supports. JH[ MILLION DOLLARS dispatch to the morning papers her
Plate glue windows were also bars a ,'i .Jle1d.ln September.- from Panama It Is stated that Oenearl
ly dealt with. One In the Empire Dry t I Lopes from Salvador Invaded Guatemala

Goods Store was smashed ODe ta the NE foil BE EXPENDED with two thousand men, meet
Metropolis office, and i several. other I TO NAMED mow( ...- -- of which were Salvadorlana but partly
business houses.intowa.-kid similar the Guatemalan revolutionists
,damages: Two panes ;lot glass were i' I New York. June 18- The War Department to 'warrant their appearance against 1 The invaders met a superior fore
blow out of the Court House dome. 11 has been!advised that; the tile service and state.teams. It has I and after short action retreated. The*
Th. boat house of F. T. Budge. low- 1 t 1 factUUeslat the]target tangent Sea been decided not to send a team from rebel's Invaalon from the Mexican

r#sred{Into the river about a quarterwayvup Enu&entaf R. H.'t Seymour, Pi ihag Girt hate vbeen'matertaly Improved the naval academy eltheralthougfa the By Americans in HydroElectricPlant border, near Af tlan, met with disastrous
its length and now,lies with > by the addition of forty Aiken targets midshipmen have been doing splendid failure, two hundred being kill-
Its nose In the rtrerand the remain the Work Of T tbr'uf ade the Invention of an Illinois militia I work at Annapolis under Lieut Harris to Furnish Power for Rail ed or drowned. :

er on land Is In a badly twisted condition. "'- marksman Lining* The records made have The rebellion Is being crushed om
.; Mr. Budge and family had been County Ceps s*With all Haste This acquisition ds much; to';the. 'attracted much' attention among tae road System and Commercial:I both frontiers |nd there are no enemies

living In apartments lover .the boat1110ale :advantages of Sea Girt, where the big I marksmen who nave visited Annapolisand India. I in Onatamala. The interior
until the storm''grew, w fierce .r-, -aad- Diapatcl.-, -=-}N I jff national match will be held In September I shot against the"midshipman team. terprise in :owns and the! capital are. perfectly

Mr. Budge thoughrit'best'to get Into ..-.,' ands! for which the rifle teamsof One young boy named Thompson quiet. |! -
their, big house ;which Is near by. the State troop, the army navy 'of the second class, the smallest boy .
Abort 11:00 P:U.:Saturday they mor- and mane. corps are now in train- in the naval academy, who had no sea leveL The r government-'Is independent -

add ba time- to-, let, thee house ,.boat, r Ing. There are Indications that the previous experience with a rifle, promises New York June If Americans under a Maharajah.. whoa
Census Enumerator R. IL'Seymour
dive Into the river unoccupied. will be the
coming Rational.match to be the beat shot In the service
will equipment for a hydro the British
e annual tribute to
this morning by a Metfopo11s govern-
The bowling alley on Avenue C. adJoining was seen this '
> held In country. plan
He' from the
'argest e er gained special praise
representative and staled thai he >lctric to furnish power for a ment Is one horse, twelve shawl goats
the Horning News building would give out the nmes of thos| appointed I More states will be represented than members of the 71st New York Regiment railroad system and commercial enterprises and three pain of Cashmere shawls.In .
war completely: destroyed; the,II tent the will send at team, which recently visited Annapolis.
ever before; army In be C..hmere'alley In the will be Installed
take the of j Dade power
to census
torn:ta dozen places and the alley
the : Sergeant Doyle, the famous
twf and and
time tomorrow morning. least teams, the,1I81'1 Northern In Ia. Ten million dollar twelve 1.000-kiJowatt generators.built
soaked with water" This happened In county some will each be represented I shot of the 71st Is quoted by the midshipmen I
the second blow yesterday morning.Destruction A great deal of Interest: Is {being rcarine Corps : will! be cape dej for the work. The !1b7 the General Electric Company.
manifested in this project as Pde; by oste team. The military academy as commending the work of plant will b< situated on the JhelumRiver 'Men will be connected with. water
of Brady's WarehouseWhat wiB) not be able to furnish a the Annapolis boys Lieut. Col. PeterS
Is greatly chagrined at not being which Is capable of developing turbines; Th contract stipulates

Is considered the greatest county ..Botnus, of the 6th Cavalry, will'be
competing since the academy
Included in the census of tee teams abount one inndred thousand horse- I\that no piece of machinery packedball
done by the storm Is the de- I
amhoritfrs it Impossible to train ;executive officer of the national
It Is now assured however a find power. A all way will be built the welch m re than four tons, for
.'TTc'stroctlon'eitructlon of of the the top first floor floor and of partial th I census will be taken there! the cad&s: In markmanehlp sufficient xatch at Sea Girt. tltlr" leo,;{ of the valley, a distance I'he reason tb then is two hundred
E. L. Brady *: Co'siwate l house on ,tbe dating of July lit 1905. I j j -- of ISO miles The Phelum River will in lies of road transportation Inclnd-
, Sixth street This 1 also happened The fact that Mr. ) ( cis CHIEF F POLICE RENFO I I GOOD ROADS CONVENTION be deepened to prevent annual floods, 'j a lift over a mountain 8,009 feet
One hnndre thousand acres of rice-Ji'Kh. Bulloc carts, the capacity of
about 8:30 yesterday morning. The to appoint residents of ;JpreclnctB to OF ROANOKE, KILLED
top floor was completely blown In and take the census of each precln t. is II!I I The annual meeting of the county i :and will be reclaimed and vai+ons I'. h'.ch! is fivearhlnery. c.nll. will;transport the
roads convention I p'.tles will b supplied with power. be first notable Amer-
commissioners rood
almost that correct'c I i
the downon : a surety a nsus
fell In through Door going (I
:' Tallahassee! Tuesday, The Cart ere Valley Is full of fat i !Iran proje'-i I Ir electrical development
win meet in !
the merchandise: stored there and will be taken, as a person livlrig. In Roan 'e, .June 18'-Cblef of Police II
considerable amount of the precinct will know ,bo llir $ in )I I June 19. Delegates from all parts 'orles. and 1 're the famous Cashmere In India was t Varvery Falls.w hero
damaging reserve Rf'nfo, of DorcbE'ater, 1'a.,
stock.- It Is thought the damage that particular place In July o last \\11Ua I I of the State will be In attendance.and rhawls are woven Few outsiders I la' 10.000 horse wer plant was iastall-
will reach $3000 Including damage year more so, than a stranger !''t the was sh and killed at that place last I ten I interesting program will be carried nave been :lowed o enter the val-, "" d to transmlfienlda. power to the MysoreI
; | which 1 one mile t' 'oe 't' .
done-uLe building. The stock be1 locality night e assassin Is sUn unkuO.,1.j I put I'y, over ,;;
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I when It comes to divorce Soufa Ca I
METROPOLI Una allow. none New Tork perm ta_ : Wire for Me

I. It for one'cause i only. Tennesseeejr 1' Oil Heatersand
DAILY AND WEEKLY ognizes eleven, causes and Jn oil r Matting .
States are other laws. Indiana, I'll For You"Phone
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ports one divorce to seven marriagjj! I
Afternoon Except SuadjBV I ,
i if rubUsh Every Maine reports one to six )MassacB! t "
; TBE setts one to slxtetn )Michigan) cAe; Furniture t --

The Miami Printing Company to eleven and TO on. But meal vlr1 < I
divorce is American and the a 176,

L L tATL'M. rraa. S.MM DEAN Sac.-tnu from"women State who to part State migrate- many ss ofh fteflY tm w 11 be Sold at Reduced Prices for thi rty days

Into new matrimonial1 alliances *s ,
of The Associated Press. those others whom man has not

Member r put asunder." fet I Ji W. Watson :- : Averaue 0'1 C H. BROWNFLtCTRICALCONTRACTOR

Y the Para it Vi.mi, FJon. In New York adultery Is the j otl1 .
Eaiend at .
..i>rcond-CU i.uer In I
r legal ground for divorce. FlF1dl I I :
I II he i grounds are former existing[11nIlr.: 1113 Avc as C
physical |I In: /' -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES rlage. desertion felony -4 -1-
I attempt on life of husbai ...
One Tear........... _....."$5.00i rapacity wife by wife or husband refufc al I
i Six months.......... .......... 1.50 or,f wife to live with husband In it 1 e
: Three Months........ .......... 1.5 (State: and absenting herself therefi Miami TransferCompany I

;. One.Month........... ......;... 45f aDd one other cause: at the (JI reo Fort Dallas Land Company
One. Week........... .......... .10 ion of the court for cruelty. Il dt I'
" Weekly per month... .......... i.a .00 ties abandonment or neglect taj,i.J Ilro-I I
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r- --_ ride. It is not difficult to secarjllvorce r | ar I 1I .
METROPOLIS BLDCL In Florida. In South ;|crUna < -
; OFFICE IN 229 l2th street, Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110 !
Opposite Court House no divorces are granted j I |Iln Has 01 its Lists
Gatage and Stable 11th street near Ave. E, Phone No. 100 i iI
thirteen Oilllle.
t 432434. 12th Strttt I' Phone ;7t Kentucky there are I
v In Wyoming there |i re 1 -
for divorce I
-' and In New Hampihli Horses Carriages and t
ten causes }
MONDAY, JUNE 18.,1906
leven. iJ I some particularly attractive uites tar
No other States concede so'' n1 Automobiles
aUBes for divorce as Florida. : both residence and business pur
f I This Date In)History J Jt. ee, Kentucky. New .Hamp.bl TiDie. for.hire bjr the hour day, week or month. Automobile stor-
famous FORD
for the an-
Yyomlng. In twenty-eight I ag toifiobues.
.. )i ears residence Is required., In ley. foif; moving heavy freight. Omnibus meets every ,train. Bag : estate is safe; sure of quick returns
aunt 18 IBI l3fetory.w3Coegew ell States two years are required. gate transferred. ALL orders receive PROMPT' Attention.
t. d.c I war acalat OrwBrttal Connecticut' three years are requited .. .... .
*. PratfdMtt Hadtooa stnt hi a three toh
In Massachusetts
W..IDto. COPST.M JUM 1. aA4
two day aac.rmine.. on fa- rears, and Idaho Nebraska Nerd. .
t' .ton rvUttoa to th* boo, of r..pn. South Dakota and Texas six mouth J JOHN B. R ILL V. J.C.IIN I GRAHAM.
.atanw..oaet.d a Aaatfvto & ;
i. ..... of ****'declaration of war tlW '
thus" ,....M: The I lmpr e.mnt of ----0 I IWfthn[ & Einig Agent For* Dallas Land Vlce-PresjdentFort Dallas
f. .m.rlo.s wars> by tb oomm.ixUi ,
of-mttah ahtp of ,war,' ''. Brtttoortors Sometimes a few lines of type tea n Comp y, Miami Florida. Land Co. St. Augustine.
rr- d.aata and 4 tr of bIocI&a4e. u ell. it when a dozen salesmen soul .
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ta council sa4 tactly. .rbtrpr.daUood ;
: committed by SAtiaaay.cre tot I
i on tb. commie oftMU.n- __ l I Machine Shop
t e4 eta&t pIt '
__Hour Jam* Rarmond. Jownaltoiij Dade Co. Title Insurance
jfiniiiin mini sadhb.r.ph.y ot Is rather amusing to watch,sbmif Across The River. .
Atembam LJnooJn. dtod to Mow br. in thelindeavor I
t the Dade county politicians I
| 1KB K7I-fXrnu bona tea 111II.Khutor.- t tS "; Orma milMar .to figure,out which politics" Will repair your engine on short notice. Trust Company
: at FUJac. kOM by OrtnaiMJt belong to. I
action they
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t.aark4 t tb*Mod aoaI' nntf orm wbU ktabs llen.Ve
t,f ... t ta tb Iwav-tt-rwMB. Expert Gas Engine carry
t ... .. ....... ovweor .. ----n--- I OF MIAMI FLORIDA INCORPORATED
<.. Iti obb..-Aldrleb.- dtod popular.. ood.JLmrfcaa a; born 3ILfeats aster -. : Hon. J. P. Taliaferro Is now rites dynamos, coils, plugs, batteries, wire,

dud at. KuuMbankporl. .....: bon one of the "millionaire senators.'" 6 Paid Up Capital S75.OOO. Surplus, S12.OOO
switchesLofton -
::r.. _.-.Oawral. sat ,---. U. i. A.. He baa long been classed as Pub of screws, 1 Insures land titles, abstracts of ,loans and
J1 ttr.L did te. WalQala.Msi: bon UM the foremost workers In the Senate.- tales .
invests money on its own account and for Acts a*
z if _H I It alatka Times-Herald. I & agent attorney-in-fact. trustee, assignee, executor, re-
t. GREATEST RAILWAY' o I i I Einig ceifir, or jpiardian. Address all communications to _

| PROJECT- OF CENTURY' William C. Brown, who has I Just S. L Patterson, Sec end Treas. I f Miami. Florid'

t "Beilnnlnt at. the Atlantic ports cs een chosen first vice presld>m{[ r4the ; ,.

|,i< Halifax and St.. Job and runnlnif New York Central lines, with, t iilary ,
I the hear of $75,000 was In the ea lrrlOS
across the continent through t
of the mineral, forestjsnd' wheat com a telegraph operator and messengei
boy In Sioux City.
. try of Canada a mat new railroad< I
: Certainly
, -- -o- -- True
system Is being surveyed, is In par is
Shakespeare said: "The hardeii r
already building, with Its Pacific let- I
I latched the greater victory.1 J t It
_ mlnns at Port Simpson. The net
enough to stir the blood to be blethe i
system Is the Grand Trunk Pacific, face of aggressive competitorstill

with a main line 3.600 miles In lengtl to fill your store with jbi a yen JWe are a little far up the street and we regret to say we made a mistake
of the week-It Is adertlslng -
enterprise day
-easily the greatest railroad : very la '

of the twentieth I eentur)." say I I victory. I II i' In moving up here. But this has only put jus! on our metal and while our

Richard A. Haste.; 'In{,Technical World -o-

Magazine, for July. i I Contracts have been let for the I ,con.I profits are not as great as other merchants: down the street, we still do
One of the main Branches already .ruction In Washington patisbWui.na .

surveyed--runs northwest from Hazel. of the .largest sawmill jlnf! { th the of Miami. This is the why can buy of us
I orld. The mill i!will be entirety{ ofsteel business : : : reason you
ton ,.la. the, Rocky Mountains to the f
I and concrete collltrUCtiolli nn I
of Klondike fame, b 1
of Dawson
dty erstood to be the only one of 1U
the ,Tukon. And of this line President In the United States and| will

f- Charles M. Hays of the Grand Tram hue Idnd. an annual capacity of lfiOOQOooOreet. 'Regular $2.50 and some 3.00 $ 1.90 Are I You going away this summer?
The entire plant will )ntbe
Pacific.says:. shoes..fnr-. .
of f 1.500.000.
'"Speaklnc of the ,proposition made I' SUlHJase1Rt'gular.
need Trunk
i ---o--- Going to a or
by a syndicate of Russian and Amer M .
The Fort Pierce News strike, 12&eke7 .50 and 4.00shoes' .":
tunnel BeriniStrait
lean.capttatUta: toj 90 t
note when It sngests the following
for tie 'use of an..lnter-ecmtJ- ) This Iscertamly.th place to > themTrunks
advice I to the business men of a v>wn: -' for .- '.. :. uy
nenlal line through' Alaska and upper ro sustain l the.newspaper' should |be

.Siberia;''our Dswmon. ,branch'will form the first thought of:a town I I

the necessary;-connecting;link."* PeoPle who' feel that times 1ettme ,A big line of I ladies' $2.50 and $ I 7R ":

Doubtless, before middle of,the dull''will begin to | ::/J '
|Abe UDS down their ad In their $3.00shoesfar. . . .
century Is reached. It will be possibleto t ,
or withdrawing. it entirely.. ,
'travel,.. ... by. rail,' cbangefroa can not afford to cut- down their alltto "
New ,York tb.Berlin or any,other oi i such an extent'that they will'starve $6.00 and 7.00 Paragon Pants 4.95
the 'capitals of continental Europe itjtbe.'vewspaper. The.'newspaper: ; : "
j at \
But lone before then the Grand Trunk: Is their, 'best friend &114'one
Pacific will do Its work: of opening l up least-afford to mistreat Iher.can

the old laud of Prince Rupert to civil paper does more toward a $1.50.$1.75 I I and $2.00 mens
Izatlon:and prosperity.:, a town than any other enterprise In Itand $1 I 20I

0, ,w. can not,see, why..somem P r- I shirts at ,. .... .. . . "
cbants,are Inclined.to 'kUl tie [ to
1 aflaya, the golden egg 'r"
: ELSEWHERE. I I -o--- Regular '$125 men's shirts to 95 I .

There ought to be a uniform divorce I Hon. John W.. Watson Is again a for / Gts and Salt Cases
law It.would be better it the State .ndldate for Speaker of the house go .
would enact laws that would give this of Representatives. We dot! not be- OH Tnak w,Wt Cue VMIM
uniformity than 'to- have' a Federal would I;hi.chair .
I leve, If elected he Irate 1
laws desirable \ Trunk or Suit Cut J7JS
law.'" Federal are not and take the floor Into a speech ,

when:State laws will answer. Referr advocate the rejection of tl>e himself take little walk 7.M Trunk or Salt Cue JS.4J
ing.to the recent decision of the Supreme of a committee appointed b] It will pay you to a t l' + 1
5.M Trunk or Salt Case J3JS
Court t 1111 the Haddock cafe
to !Investigate a matter whlci had In

which has created inch consternation It so much rot and rascalit s* ;I didthat a 3.50 Trunk or .Salt Case KM
the New York World says: asylum scandal, which 11'1S SO i i -
to our store and save money' r'Z.5t Trunk er Suit Cut 11JSTHEANTHONvROMFH
\\1at really Is he position of the beautifully hushed up and w! Itl washTh your : ]

American marriage with regard te ed at the last session of there sl.
the separate Commonwealth? A In Its closing hours. ;ofe:arf'IOme
couple wedded yesterday In Ohfo will things not yet told whc mustNoble
be found settled'in New York tomor be known by Representati a :[
row. The bride and bridegroom of and. others, and they should be.aybe. told. CO
a year .go..ln Maine will be domesticated ) If Mr. Watson Is lected

.In California next week. The Speaker, he knows sOme utii a hecan
migration of the married is o>i.stant take advantage of and a bring' THE LAST STORE UP THE STREET 228 TWELFTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDAI

ly In J progress-North, East, South to light nomefacts ,that w Wi tl Ekes l'I
and West Opportunity U aatlonal.: hushed up.crat. .- Tallahassee Trfie mo- I
It does not know State itnea. Then, : .


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ATTORNEYS AT- LAW. By WUlUm tallcn' Bryant The man who has : had his will soon be taking.

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WUlaaa.lela all**.....MM aa4 reaetelseisit I I What cordial welcome quirt
race greet the
., .entii....f.uataSacut persa..ruse | a it. Summer Suit and) Summer Trousers
In thy )'OUdItuIJ j By tbv-long>Hvrs of the west; i. are usu-
TLl.a IOrOTRER. How faith 14 kept and truth revered
.... ..... hauety
II. thy
O.Iozf/f', ** And man 1*loved and Ood 1* feared
and peer bate. thy Wooraln years t t.AdlDln ; la woodland home << ally the most prJmin nt apparel item in fa man'smind *

,.L.. 8L71OtJR IH r. ATKCtSOMSeymour With word of sham Aad where tile ocean border foam.|

& Atkinson' And Pasco taunt,. oC Mora they Jola thr 1 j For There'earth's freedom downtrodden at thy gate and op.sad. ret ,. I. when it comes TIME TO "P Adk UP." -

Attorneys and For on thy cheek the flow U spread pressed* ,
:: That tints thy morning hill with red: A shelter fof the hunted head. i
Counselors At Law. Thy -the wild deer rustling_ bet for the stanred! laborer toll and bread Whether you GO OR WHETHER YOU STAYWe'll .
clal attaatkM to ci 'U rractlc la all coeru.State Within thy wood are not TOOT fleet: Powr at thy bound
aaM Federal Thy hopeful eye iIm Stop Ie back his baffled
bright a* thlpe own tunny sky. I' i I
Rooms 5,6,7.FriseellBId.r.Miajni hounds
.- Aye: let them ran. those haughty oe.a, O ,.. mother thy brow.)
While safe thou. ........with thy*ona.They iwell
sit a nobler trace than DO..t f
t G. Worley 1 How manr do not a know fond. how and lovrd curler thou heart art.BhaD The Deep thronging la the j>rt.years hiw.s In of glory thy skies rise Dress You '

Would rl e to throwIU ,
And a* they Beet
thoe and the to* ,
.Attorney at LawS life between 'Drop strength and riches at thy feet
J 5prieSe.
They know aot. In their hat i
,310J TwelfthJSt, Miami eI Florida Tain eye with every coming hour I
,, What virtue with thy children Shall brighten, and thy form shall '
i, How true..bow mod. thy sracef nil" tower.i you say so, a suit of soft Homespun; not a superfluous ounce i
M. Robbins costa And when day sister elder torn <<
Gep. the Taller Would I>brand thy name with words of '
TUusvllle': : it Yaks shades W1 rbt.; Ilk flower j acorn ftBefore ;. ,;, anywhere. Thlj season's special favorite. If ybu say blue of]

and, CounselorAt ;V.'hst generous men .i thin eye <' I 4
,Attorney Law i'8pr1... ;Uke thine oak*,by hill and glen i Upon their THr1 the taunt shall die.; gray Serge, we're ready; single or double breasted suits; every.

wm practice la all GMTM,* But'aad FederalHudson .AA.itrta ." (,. " o
,R IIi favorite You know our qualities our tailoring andi i
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--. .I <: \ T-:: r I ----i----(iI '? '
\ I' ,'I I 11 i our styles. You will find them hard to equal at
:,&} Boggs';i ;NEWj'YORK FASHIONSIT our p rices-.
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Toirnley Building: Miami. Florida For Corset Cover>> and drawers Designed '

by Martha: =Nos. 0431 and 6377 $6.50 8.00 $10 and $12R.

P. '. .RUG Z D;. ,

In the creation of dainty lingerie a ..I
0.. with MOra*Foam***. her desire for If the r
man or girl ezpreeae
.. ... ,
/ let* Street beautiful within aa will aa without 1:1-
coneriTe O .
ery true woman cherishes fine garments.an
SIAMT, I'LOBW.L Bnt of all la her Mtino.tJoolal|tb
under apparel. For her who enjoys fask- ,
losing these garment here are some "*ugestlon -
Dr James M.. Jackson Jr. .
:; ( for corset cover and open dra.era. ,- I
They an.very practical and attrat-
Oflke Goner 126 St;lid Are.B ttre aa wall Both an slightly full abort O4'J7 ....
the" waist and finished with shaped '!and a+.
}? Opposite) IIaIcra Bal atted band The sheer handkerckl.tBounce. .

doars,3, to 4 cad l to 8P.'LDR with the. ribbon-run adorn both beading.garments The, headed drawers I WVMens: : 0. d"eJ- '

I are wide at the lower edge and q..- 631I ; f a a ., -
pot a petticoat to their tunFor mterkU *-
W. B. RUSH. nainsook cambric and long cloth.
as well as linen are used. For the medium -

OfflM OT-mh m..', 'Phon.41. BUM three and tlrMquarterar4a
Of thirty-six Inch material are necessary.
tBeaidenoeI08Wh8t. Two patterns-No. *i. Use. 120 !tinch.
.. bust measure: No. cm. ..... MH Outfitter j '

MIAJCI.FLA. waist. ';1 I r-rIacIIee t- :


J.H.F. Mullen. M. D. S.sd'1 cents to thli 011I_ give number

: ,_ Of slat these iteea patterns.desired. No They*. tel win and then Oft be sept{and /1 322 Twelfth Street : Ii : : : : Miami Florida ,

'Offlot: Booms S and .4 to you by mall postpe Id. Or either of the I 1
rriMcll Building pattern will be sent for 10 cents. Be sure
to write Btotefy and always give /./! ad-
HoGs 10 a.; m. w II m. ISo( p. A.Refideoce dreg Ber.rU day must be allowed for t I
t' 141, 10th street. teUT...,. of Patti,.. ,' |j .

--- :- -:; r l-r, ----.- -- ---- --,--- --:- -- -- 'Stone '
I. FRED, RUTTEB Southern Marble & Co. LOW !
: I r/-I'
General'Contractor. vsY 'oTES 4 s. HOOAN STREET.JACK8ONvi.LB
:Grading.Blasting.. ; : Headquarters for i

Wolla; Drilled...Sidewalk THE ,FLORIDA. 'STI'ffE PRESS I Building Stone, Marble, etc. RATES

W. C.
Maynard "
The Western 'Unloa Telegraph((Jo.U carries off'the material almost as fast FOR FLOORS BATH ROOMS. MAN[ELS. ETC. VIA ,

a UATEOPTICIAH patting Hi main cable lines.cnder-, as it Is dtmped. She baa succeededin Morasacata, Geaeral Cemetery Want. etc. .
With Maynard Son.. Jewelers ground, In Galnearilla. ij building a bank about a hundred 4 .
: ".' I feet long and ten feet wide out of the Larfeet Work DucUed Factiltiwlion Feaclaf. Pros"ssevtc.. SouthernRa
.A_..D Men to Poet Office 4 water. The suction dredge which J

1 Cards are out announclnf die\ Ipproachlnc will take $p the, work will pour the ,
,GEO. ,L.<;MCDONALParreeiaf narriaKe of Mr. Ernest Jp mud on to'of the bank already made .--,
eph Lopez of St. Augustine to Miss and the results will show much fatter r

;Beatrice Tyler, of JickBonTlIle.! tie, ; It looks a| If it may be'necessary to M. J. :
a4 BiMlTldla Laaa'a.otaltrOOCOA2TUT 'ceremony will.be performed In JaCkonrille ,build a retaining', wall of rock to Yarborojjgh siiwa: ;

GBOVX. TLA. on Wednesday nomlntv'- net check the Aides and hold the soft marlIn
.n place.Key West Inter-Ocean. BuilderBander
I Contractor and
'liTALTKF;! C. D at.AJU40A.ro:12Ceo't. The State Democrattc: : Execu tIY' Sogithern 13140<< New Haven, Casa and *...
I committee will meet at the Everett The Bell Telephone Co. i f
: :Hotel Jacksonville'Jon 22. 10 a n. will Improve,its plan here this sum of the Palm Beach Hotel turn. Tickets: on gale Jon 3-1.
to canvass returns of second prlot4ry mer at a|ccdit of many thousands of : limited Janet.- Extension Jane
and to transact such other bulntsias dollars, aid is already getting In material Specialty ao, UOC. Stopovers Washington
1210 Are. c' MlamL, Fla' may"come before a! alone 1"11(;:coat in the vicinity of ten '
..... railk thousand idollars and will be here by i New Tory
"' Florida
The HouseF. J )f. Garland of tat,'dt)'. Miami. I IVN.
25rh work will commence. .
Chapman July en
'on 2...6< square feet of land'hreat1'I Cables wfll replace the wires BOW In $31.10 Boston; Has, a4 rttwa.
.W. CHAPMAN. Prop. heaping bushel liaskats of L IWhlteUonntaln will be Ticket oa gale May SI to Jan*
'I better service
and much
ale* SXSS v.t *IT. SpecialVy the week potatoes. This is Tat; I I the use 6. limited j Jon IS. ExteaelagiJuly
B *MS us...anthenumlotufaheeae. 1.0- given thetpubne. A large force will
card n Ueeta .< Palm Beech,oarmtlaM tile rate of 327 bushels to the acre Who of about
** '' be kept at work for a period 45,11/6. Stop vere. >TaaVInjton.
Ooaet Oaaal awmy tile piMa..1e III there In or out of Daytona 'can
OU of Sothra I1aCI this Daytona pa two months carrJluc,oat tbe*pJu.. Baltimore!i PnfladelpkJa,
beat production. J.
konaga.ki.g aad Ooaa katalac. The service will be greatly extenJed New
Dlray. Florida lette-News. I i jt ; and the Company expects to'almost York

autttodty double tile number of 'subscribers. 'U.II Aaaevflle, N. C, u.I'ntlua.
MtiMson Recorder Is All of tilt stations win be renewea 9
The Ticket on'sale Jut 7, 6. 6. 14.
A.W.. Graham for the statement that Guy I Vletcalt, and the eltlre plant sill be completely : -
a 'West Palm' Beach politician, fill renovaied. St. Augustine Record 1; 1C. limited j June.17. HOC...
Contractor and Builder Sanitary -
contest with Thos. J. Applerardiin S20.40 Loalsvtlle. Ky. and retara.Tlcketa .
Satisfaction the race for secretary of the State ,Bartowp makes .0 great boasts of .
.on Jane 10 11. II.
Qttaraateed. Senate' at the next session of jthe: her manufacturing enterprises, but I
._ Legislature. C. A. Flnley I. another nW it deserves limited Jane J1.;8ltendoa'Ju1U
Lit_*>mree Tear. when a one starts Plumber -
By. Xetenece* fual -. ada.d. postaall.; sad r candidate mentioned bit when liie some'mention.! From time to time 1IOC. 1>
eril aU a"_,- P.O' .MIaIaU'Ia. time cornea It will be seen that|,Ap J.. the G.-L vas called attention to the r 'j
yard has not lost none of his popularity fact that{Mr. Barefoot was erecting a sun Hot Sprlnca. Va;and retara. t
the State law makers'and Tickets on gala Jane f, 10, n.
j among shingle nun. This enterprise U now
-:ExpertTgpewriterRepairing he will again hold the position Out running oh: full time and is turning out I limited June 11. HOC. ft

he has so creditably filled' for) many I 50.000 shingles per day.i,:,Pretty good 't -' 1O19 Ave.. D, Miami fll.es Kaozv le Tent sad man.'J
years.- Tropical Sun. | mill thatJ To:be able to supply the t
nN. II. ,I Tickets on sale Jane 17, IX 19
mill the|manager has] built several -1-- 23. 24. 30. July 7. U, IS United
.. C. PRESTON vl .The many Weat Palm Beach friends I miles of tram, road and Is dally haulIng opening through his pine grove Just wonderful medicine In existence." fifteen daa.SO. ExunalonB pt.
|dK9thSt P. o. Boz 311 of Postmaster and Mr*. J. C.| Stbw- In material with his powerful new south of the orange grove. Sigh disdained Surest CottA and Cold care and HOC.- t\\
f .___ ___Ba___ era will be Interested In learning that engine. |A large force of hands is the telegram. Yesterday Wai-, Throat and Lung healer. Guaranteedby
they figured conspicuously in ;,a ier- kept -busf turning out 'the 'products tels telegraphed BUlla that an opening all Jrngjlats. Me and II. Trial 'U." Asnevll e. N. C, and return. '
4 1 Emil A. Ehmanri "j loss steamship coUlslon last week?between of the .mlll, which are being shippedto had been made through the pine grave bottle tree. \ Ticket on: ails Jane SC n. 2*.
Boston and Bangor Mane.( New, fork and other.large title and that today a right of way wonU limited July 10, IMC.
The Jemand far exceed the supply.and be made through .the orange (rove.
Mr. and Mrs. Stowera left here sane NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Architect left last night for 11'." Monteagle. r.na. and return
f as a1 consequence the proprietor Joe S. Richardson
time ago to spend a couplo of months has all he can<<: do.- Bartow Courier- Jacksonville to arrange the matter 5 Tickets on sole Jane U. 36,Jury
Florida at their former home in Maine. Kid In Court of the County trudge. Stateof
;West Palm Beaoh formani with Sllgh. In the meantime WaltersIs 3. 5. limited August 2L HOC. Extension .
while making the trip from BotoiJ to Florida]
Tampa II, IfOC.
Bangor on the steamship City jjj;;of I a. awaiting developments In re Estate jof October
MerriU&Kolb i Bangor. the vessel collided wth( a The T'pa-Sulphur Springs ,Traction Tribune. Jacob Ilansen. Dade County.To U3.10 knwanlcee, .Wle, and return;
I tramp steamer at sea. The aeeh!ent Company promoted by H. ".KIrk-- all Creditors. Legatees Dtstrtb Tickets: on) sale Aug. 10, 1L U.
Red Estate, Rentals, eta occurred at midnight while a 'heavy patrIck aid associates, seems to have Fortunate Missourians tee and all! Persons having Claims limited Anj. 22 HOC. ,
Fog hung over the sea. No one was encountered: some opposition thus or Demands against said Estate.
tsa.tu Ma..aedAve. ;Injured but both vessels were so" Ner- early in! preparing the right of way You and each of you are hereby i

C. near 12th St., ..i Miami. Fla. lonely damaged that they had to rift for its from Tampa to Sulpher "![When I was a druggist, at Livonia notified and jrequlred to present any Passengers Ticket Office :
Iin the fog for several hours.-j-TJxjp- Springs.tl'ckl|| r. Walters, manager of !;do.." writes T. J. Dwyer now of claims and jdemanda; which you or
,Ical Sun. I the S. orange grove.' Central Craysville. Mo.. "three of my customers either of you may have against Ute
'DR. E. M. LAW avenue. Year the Borings; was In the W. Bay Street '
) were permanently cured of consumption estate of Jaceb Hansen deceased, late
lastnigbt and stated to several
il' city by Dr. King's New Discovery of Dade county, Florida to the undersigned
The dipper dredge which has oeen people ttot Sllgh bad telegraphed himto .
DENTISTFinley and well and strong today. One executors of said estate within -
at woj-k in the harbor has been.;I ordered use :aSfhotgun on any of the trac- are J.C.LUSK
was trying to fell his property and two years]from the date hereof.
Bu..cJag to the work at the upper allot I tion forge attempting o cut throughhis
mote to Arizona, but after using NewDiscovery Dated June 8. A. D. 1908. 1 ,
;Key Largo and the will probabl I llfre: dranfe grove. Two weeks ago. .
Artistic Work ThoroughlyFac.out.d 'I this week. While at work here rthe Walters Sligh. at Jacksonville a, short time he found it I[ Carl Larsen District Passenger I Agent )

| dlppef dredge has deepened thtj| channel ref telegraphed Intention of Klrkpanlck unnecessary to do so. I regard Dr. f! Hanj Anderson Jacksonville, Florida
WRk the Meet Modem ApyOaneee) considerably,. but the swift curjtnt his associates to make an King's New. Discovery ss the most -: .j, JbtetItar&:

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.. '!AGE ;FOUR ( '
-' SOUVENIR SPOONS Watched and JewelryREPAIRING. !
':"'Souvenir Post Cards ,0 LARGEST ,; : ;
4 To S'elect'frotn in Florida at .

20 cents a dozen. .* : .1_ U WHALER'S'S JEWELRY STORE -. ,,

? !i $ r.EFfr.E EEEE :

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Ii ; 3--- (i@f: EEElofo: : : : .;J1 ii i I prepared to execute i
orders in their
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THE, i 'Mts. VlagsUff. of' Jacksonville/. II. terminal dock had been washed awaj; I
and be commenced repairing
reg1 tered at the Oaks.Cpibrellas ; by the I
: what was left of It and pitting .
NATIONAL BANK j in new material as soon as the/ Millinery Department
FIRST repaired and reooTsreLealre < storm subsided. While lifting a castIng I
at Racket Store. he braced his left foot behind bin
I tl IIyt. In the water, and being barefooted, Designer of the latest Summer style, hats
II 0 his foot sunk deep and run against:
MIAMI.FLORIDA and Mrs. O. W. Foster and 1 a tin can. It cut deep Into the fool''

daughter Francis of. Plant City, are I and then twisted severing artery Ladies Tailoring DepartmentFor >>
guests at the Oaks.BJtOMIKR 'J It bled for a long time but was Anally
'' I \, stopped and the foot bandaged
7 ( : '$50,000 means .arc in....tinem-i and several stitches taken In It bj street carriage and evening costumes,
.' Capital) 0:' : :, a local physician. Mr. Molter Is able waists, tailor gowns and coats .
'y'I I I to be on duty but does most of hli ) .

> SurpiiKfrand) Profi sl3.500 litre: meet' made to suds?. ne'.' overseeing at long distance. 232 Twelfth Street. Miami

I Racket Store. I I IIe I

1.. Assets, over : : $500,000 J"'IDJ; to last Tuesday being el;
'I Uoi|day and the Fair building lI'U of.. C LEGAL PAPERS FllED- JI
the (polling place the I
,. the JConfederacy did not meet. The
L'M."SR LS-FORD. President I" I meeting will be held tomorrow site I Warranty deed, John Cecil Hlckson .
EDWIN WADDELL., Vice-President noo* at that place when Important ,, to Abel D,)Jakepeaee. for $550 five!
.t W. H. SPITZER.'VIC.-Pr sldnt will and .a full at1 ofrange
matters come up acres In section 10 tp. 64 south
ROMFH Cas i r.I I
EDWARD C. .. .
7 I; .. ten site Is requested.I ILWarranty I
"T Offers
I deed T.T. Reese and wife Special
BftOMIIR. .......vEAL ESTATESummer to O. W. Keith for 11 I H acres IB .
4 I .. section 16 tp. 46 south of range it
lhhtn east.
P.r cenCpald ona-avln...,comp undedQuarterly. and w. rr Boarding o House rates, 22S.at Ninth the LML riot .I Deed. Homer R Woodall and wife to I j-
Quire no notice of IntenUorCto withdraw ""* j..I Emarine E. Mitchell for |1 and other
.. .:0. part or all of your deposit.a i' ,.n"r a"i Marlon' W., Robertson of 81vannali. I considerations acres In section 18, For the week ending Saturdy, June 23ladles
o f 3 o' who Is visiting her Miter.Mn! tp. 53 south of range 42 east I
J. Bj; Grimes at'the-Rutherford. Is re:'I Mortgage BL Button and wile. I* I ,
i celvlng many social attentions. and'< Dade County Security Co.. for $300
r proving a pleasant addition to soclet;;, lots 5 and 6. of block 10, south MiamiMortgage. .
worthTSJeents. .. Linen Towels, worth 2e
A strawride was giver wife to umbrellas /*
A and
R W. Porter
in this city. I 1
f' on taL Thursday evening to Lemur Dade County State Bank for $850.. lot I at.7\1. .t..i ...... ....... :71Bort'
.. .. .. _.' 'J.Ii' -' ....-'" delightful West
and ,
< '- Cltjln tier honor was a :1. and part of lot 4 block 11. Table Datnaa.'woeth tine
Suits, worth
:: .
: fjlfalr. Palm Beach. .I' nis atMen's ................ 9& at.:. [\ ."..... .. 39c'
Fort Dallas Land Co.to .
"" '" J ; Lot contract .
;: ..., / do to Martin's Shooting Gallery ,
worth' Ladles worth
BanL Shirts
.. : A Night ; (
i and a:r1a.the box: of One cigars that arei' 75jcents at.:.......... 59c at .4....!*.* ...... >1.101 9x0Men's
glveb away for this week's hlghesscorft I II
and don't forget the ""Dcbeat.eri'' BUNKER. HILL DAY shoes worOi

Actua1Bargaill v $ rID$ that sorce.Is going for tbe month'i' I I* BEING CELEBRATED I II Yen.12.60 at Trousers..........worth..... .I S K ....i.] .... .....S1O.1.50
highest J --- -
i I : I II Men's Negligee Shirts. Boys' Shoes worth

Many nice things are being'I",I Patriotic Citlzens.Mi.iUry and Marine.\ worth ?Se .at........ .5& at ....+[ ..*.' .....S1I1175
Frohock. Dsdcounty's < Taking Part In Event
I aboiit Sheriff John official. It I .. Ladlh' Lace Hose-worth .. Infant's shoes to clot .
I $J ra .g.. ableand with the honest recent execution I SSWbll cents at.7\1 oat aL1.; .............. 1 In.
} .." connection .., Boston June 18 Yesterday was I
of .$e murder of Mrs. Dora SuggsSheriff ; Bunker Hill ,Day. but as It fell on a !e lawn aprons, worth Ladles Dressing Saeqnes
; ;: ,< Frobock deserves :al' that work libelrig hinJay the patriotic people of Charles- I $5 cents at............ I9c worth ?5o at.......... 396Ladles' '
: hit
: At) The : said of him. too, for own will celebrate the anniversaryoday. I 0 0
n -
> < In running down the brutal,, mnrderei The celebration begin this i Ribbed Hose. U I n.. Ladles"'a1kIDc'' Skirts.
Ii was?a piece of detective work thai': morning with an old-time parade by worth 15 cents at.... IvvWhite worth ".50'at....;....3.5O
p would do credit to any omeai.-TroPi t
nembers of the numerous social '
; Ical neesrsI.r Counterpanes are Ladles Walking Sklrta
i. "I ",i 0 heW f the under Bunker the Hill auspices district of the It Carnlral was- worth |L2S at.. ...-...... 9& worth 15.50 at.........4.50
wants t. list year s>rs.ertyToere ", Association and consisted of a'' :
i. Taj arge number of marchers In Colonialostames
were no services at the and floats with grotesquelyttlred
rloui churches yesterday on ceo nt.I. groups I Isidor Cohen 6 Company
Last nlghtjtow-
of te heavy storm In the afternoon there will be a
of worship were! I
?vet all the houses consisting of about
veil*; attended. Among the special uilltary parade from the United I Miami Florida
features at the M. E. Church. South ODe States thousand warships men In the harbor marines 303] 12th Street ,

0 0' rasa fine vocal solo by Miss Mantle : from the nary yard, several compaaes f
:! 1 Davis united !I
_: 3 ,'i Jlmpson. )lr..Ddlra. lea coast artillery from the forts ,
/fJ1 !'(" rithl! the church. The Presbyterian of militia high school I
Iwo regiment
:; L
.".1- .," ,o -,< lilies
ua.titles of polndaha and white War Veter- PIPE DREAMS THAT COME TRUE
nd Legions of Spanish |
,. .
exercises were
'II' < I ; children's day
/' i..;: 0 -- '<1 TbL_ Baril, postponed In the morning ns. t es. He can afford to smile If aQ his
.. ;10 1- The principal event this evening wille pipes trap]and drains are la good
._ an electrical parade with sixteen repair. Else his
_, : cotton rags at thispfflce
WntedCleu O
theenes .
illuminated floats representing o FINE PLUMBINQ
,. from Mother Goose rhymes and would
; -- J -- I dream tarn to a alghtmar.
: It Is that the
J: Ip of the marriage of MrJurke "alryland. expected ; Spring's here- be careful that BO
a report elebratlon this evening will attract '
'. Hawkins and Miss Cora John.; normous crowds from. the snrronndig dew drop from your ceilings and B
.J. HI' Tatuiw&! 00 .itoiC in Mllner Qa-.' on the 12th. UrasVstated districts. sudden crop; of boiler leaks await yon
: that although the day was i Send for ns when you 'want expert
low rate Finest...
tonny.. the wedding was a beantlfu ,, ; / plumbing-a}
+i .to l net the bride's home 'having beeq The State training school for teach. ? Itary work on new and old Jobs quickly
,'J; It t".1 i pro seiy decorated and ''splendidly er. at Gainesville has been thoroughly done. '
anted out details. Mr. and Mrs.; Organized and Is doing excellent work H. r. tcituaas A co.
< Iff. p. Johnston of this city who were, lie attendance. Is the largest In the ... I'
4- ; recent. did not accompany them J to story of the Slate. Some of the 1.r. Ill AVENUE D
.AUnt.I., they: first Intended, but apartments are so overcrowded uto
: Mr. and Mrs. Hawk necessitate dividing Into sections.
rill later.
;; go I
I 'Real Estate41.T kiD. will be .at home at the March, "SHOE' YOUR HORSE, ,

; Villa fi after July--lit.-- Wonderful Exhibition of j /HOC o .YOUR MARE"

Skagga, cottage .on .Arens, .C. for I *i-
time send then around-,do
rent to November 1st. finely furnish? any rp
editor 125.00 a month. J. H. Tatnm t tI the Job rlfit.exper with consideration for

: Street Ave I 1A Company., I If' :1, your snlma *s feet and your pocket.
Special bargain in Tenth Jot near \ HypnotismDo
LongIng encknew tempts ns Into sayhow
v t tr, .4 Jr: Geo. 8.>Adamsof..Jaeksonvillelp O? .f i
taken > the latter part oj'1' we to and do satisfyevery
several days
worth sell for $1400 if quick llt k .
;: las| week In Miami and Little River horse owner who place hia an-
l II visiting relatives and friends.. ,)It. -
''j I not'to see Imal In our care.
0 resided la Miami an4West
formerly .
Fine lot on 20th f Street;for $500, 1 : Adorns Palm Beach but for the put two, ..
been located in Jacksonville
A 11 lJlSkAttot yeaj-s has Professor 0. B. Sawyer
where he is conducting a most successful ,
5th Street tor $ : : !real estate agency. Mr. Adams ; + 423 Elsvsitth ttreet. ....... PfA
on ? ntrq: 0 is juo taking considerable' part In PQIttf la his demonstrations ot I -
| al matters In; Dural count; and I .

Ten more lots only in Bay View at $150 wa that, quite be of won the exuberant:out recent on primary. every over ,r;.Uae candidate claiming, outcome Life, Death and the I 0-

'" whose interest.,ore espous d. I

Riverside lots $750 to $l250easy1erms; 1"ttuylws chocolates and ,bon honi I Resurrection I I

SO ,cents per pound at Biscayne DrugStore ,' Song in SpanUh! and EaglUh. the I I

One furnished house for $25 a month Cuban Sokliens Dances. Cake
and other
jfr.J. Walks
of the for -
A. Molter. one
men on the terminal dock In charge a1!in the Hypnotic.remoutration.1 I RED '

Vacant house 9th Street for $20 month. of!F.,&! .C. Railway construction wupainfully H
L i on Injured yesterday afternoon Unditorimn.Toes.Jane 19; t
I byf having his left foot badly cut by ,. ,I t{
the projecting top of an old tin can. Reserved seat JSc. Admission use' 0 .
.11 Holler's landlngjust north of the
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FORFiRSTCLASS.. Horse-Shoeing I j. carries as many passengers; climb; morei.htllst'gocs' just a.
...- I in i safer ard easily
: :last: uses less gasoline and tiro : more
![L e 'Controlled; just as luxurious: and comfortable and cost
AND DISEASED I (os for repairs than many cars that sell for double: or tre-
708 7tEi StE. his ;its price. ": :r Send for the REO ti>ok that tells why
L. F., LaFotitisee Watch ] Space

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I A. Robinson,' : I'II Armstrong Grocery CoI Miami Automobile Co.

Contracting tleC'ric.pnTel. : I 13th Street, near Postoffice

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the Quality and ; It th-.aptyatld

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Price that make Everything ;,... 'irut mats

ourgo'populu, 1 I itt ."i" s poplar

Furniture;< ;; ,GIs t r -...

of every :description '
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:Frank' : :au.dge ,i I 12th;) Street; 3VGLeLm1, E11 c>rid. .,

-' OBlce'Phone35 H. M. KING 'Phon...I have Storing on two successive Sunday the: r:' .1
I had the of postponing ..usit
Most Any .1 Presbyterian Children's Day services ... .
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and to next Sunday, when the full program -
Undertaker embalmer previous)ly announced, will be rendereJ It';'
b Because'of:; !' this Communion dAT.sched- 1 1 ,
DAI 1300 AviNUE D I nled foil!] next Sunday If adjourned C. .. -t. I'.:..r '. j'I 4
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RESIDENCE over onejj week to July 1. 'Ir
a IB::7th. 8TRECf \ .
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,!. '.. titI. .,,
I I I I .noSSIKR Nut eelleet yew rent I.r ,
if. ,. l Ir ,. .: "I .
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which 'i' j'J.
,Is apt to be one,on .:; .
Typewriting done at the Metropolis i ;

you will have to purchase jlersoiml Mpm' Motes! )J office at j reasonable rate .' Theee!peaches .' .t'' 1" I .g... ;

The members of the subscription
ulel Peavh.
I :
.* ] committee In connection with the ,
A Mr*. Labat. and Miss Lennle Seale fray Blue Ri$bon Lemon and Vanilla tenth anniversary celebration of the Peach 1 Mellow t

are spending today at Rockdale. ,kre growing fibre popular every day< city are!'! requested to report at the Did Tea deisk ill, Much Praise is'
meeting! of the financial committee *
Absolutely pate goes twice as far and ; Goes eight to that thbsty '
/GROVES. COTTAGES. ETC. MRS.McAUJSTEHBBCK. .i%lves desserts?the "Blue Ribbon. Flav- In the city hall tomorrow night at spot aao raahas Tae..aol
WEDDINGGIFT nrr" f" 7:30. ;A11 who possibly can do sore II AD Ked eresmb y- Bestowedupon

-. .. ... I''I I requested to be present cashg.t aoagl',aM yen ,' the Norma Martin**' Cigar by
Mr. J..A. P. Lane left this morning. |the| r. A. T.| Jones, connected with aroe 4wales t Hat caa't d aelk too mach.oaota thoee who smoke It regalarly. oUt It
for Deerfleld on business.SEE dry goods jestabllihment of R. W. yew pn0.rtyREALL deserve all of It No better cigar wa*
Rhodes, returned this morning from .
r"- ever sold for I cent Th Quality
MRa MCALLISTER. .BECK :pinla I here 1 he spent Sunday with ESTATE aiRS: MCALLIS I* uniform and excellent Many,, at
IYle.nl doablethe proee are DOt nearly.; sogood.
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Miss Era Bennett spent:Sunday la e1 II'Huylers chocolates'. and bon bons, Mr. 'and )1(.. J. R. ParroU bare t But that I Ia only one, good thing,ia
Little River with triendsretnrnlng to JO, cents per at Biscayne Drug gone to New !york. Mrs. Pa rrott.ac AcmeBojJngWorksibtNs this stock of.CIGARII

be ready for you When !town, this morning.:_ Store. pound companied by, her daughter Miss I i AND TOSACCO ,
| t Helen Parrotti will sail on Tuesdayon I
the day comes with the, right Mules and horse for hire at the Miami q ill apt.,, nnil firs. L. L. Dodge, of the I jCoronta Tor( Europe where To mention all would require *aor*
Transfer Stables.Mr. Miami, who nave beta vlslllng Mrs. they will travel extensively during the \ space thaa we command. Perhaps .
I Goods at the RIGHT PRICES Dodge'a mother. Mra. Putt on Bay I next three months. Mr. ParroU expects .. It will be sufficient td ay that th*

I. H. Burton a prosperous pine ..Street, left thlg week for Los L Dayora to!! return to Jacksonville In LSQUlT' cigar cigarette and pipe smoker oaa
apple grower of Delray is In town today : Gazette- ews. II about two weeks. Times-Union get hen anything be want
I on business. i KILLS S
s 1 1'1'Woodmlll for sale. good profit and FurnUhM rooms at summer price. MOSQUITOES
MAYNARD &SON For Rent Two story house modern ;mall Investment J. H. Tatum ft 313 I1thi'.treet.' ,- 6 I. F I. HAYESThe .

Improvements; choice location. a.! I
1MLLRS = N. B. Keeny. 133 7th streetDr. !ii I : '1 BROMIIK.. mean HEAL RATE ATALL ORUQOIATS I Cigar 'Man

ai* OPTICIAN i Mr. F. W. Chapman one of Delay'spromioent
J. Y. Porter and son of Jacksonville citizens I* In town today I The Children's Day exercises of the OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAYNE
Mteftlo tMiami.. FtorrfaMrs. i were visitors In the Magic |nd states that little damage was done Baptist Sunday school will occur next
I City Saturday. They were on theirway lit, that place*J>y the storm of Saturday Sunday night at the church. Owingto
to Key West night and/Sunday morning.* the severe rains the last two Sun
I J. B. Hawkins, B. L Lae ter J. B. Lurnmu
iI a- days there has been a postponementof
:E. f.. .McMlister-Beck, I Breeder want te IM yew ,(.,.rtJ j lI| ;Have you Registered for summer the final practice until next Sunday '
germ at UUml Conservatory of morning at Sunday school. Superintendent The Miami Grocery '(0.
I I Music r I W.' J. Rogers will have .
Mr. A. C. Frost the well known clt-
t Real i Estate :lien and real estate man of Danla. t keY I. :charge; which la sufficient guarantee
for of the entertainment end fancy Groceries
I ,is tn town today. attending to badnessmatters. 51 L. D. Lowe leaves tomorrowfor the success Staple ',
Ocala to attend 'the Epworth The collections from the mite boxes
Rentals Insurance League convention being held there will go to the mlsulon Sunday school. I .
this week. He wUl be absent about Last year the amount wan one of the
Those desiring carriage hire will best donations of the State and the stock of groceries; i* complete and we think we caD sarplj
i klx weeks from the city taking his
receive prompt and firstclass serviceby Vacation whlll away children [tare anxious to keep up the I about CTerjIhjne required in the baking line. Car aim is i to rep
Office: l1atchett Bld applying to Mrs. Arnold. 301 11th I record. f only the best class, of precedes and our prices on tbtm v.Ill be
Street. 'Phone 150. I found to be Good delivered to of the
HOMIER' Jneane Mr* utsesnnnt. .I3j 1'Huylen I rifllt. promptly any part

Suite No. 2... 32012. 12th St.THE Mr. C. H. Raulerson left last night I an'd p. chocolates and bon bons.SO cit,. Our fruit and vegetable stock always,'retb. Give u. a call '

for the Fort Pierce section where he i Mr. Mcs, Will Avery are now cents per pound at BJaea1l1e Drug
will spend the next few weeks purchasing looking forward to occupying their Store. Telephone2O 335 Twelfth Street MiamiFlorida!

,STORE'Srnr beef cattle for.the".Miami market new home In iRlverslde.' The Inside I I ,
RACKET walls of the |ulldlng are now being Anything you want done sidewalks, ;

ROUIER will comet yew mrt. *. finished!: off: and they expect to move sewerage landscapegardening, road. ,
!n I|shortly. | built land cleaned. See Frd Ratter. t,.
f'IACE Miami i
Mr. 8. O. FItt went up to West 1 I For Sale 4 Well established mer- 4
Palm Beach this morning business
on (iantile buslnei paying $290 a month There p[I are many poop WBO can
connected with the office of the county rross.profit* fpr about $1.800 on easy read human nature la the lines of the

clerk. terms J. HJ> Tatum ft Co. hand. They tell to their own satisfaction '
Ices andEmbroideries ?- what kind of a person carries JUST READ!
Wanted.Clean cotton rag at,thtaoffice. II
> Mr. P. Ulle&dorff Is having a wooden the hand There are other who can
H'i awning pi$. over the sidewalk In tell] a'man by the war be holds his
front of his block of stores on Avenue head. There are other who can tell
i. )lr., Earnest Quarterman is unableto b. This wlllbe a great addition and by the penmanship what !kind of a
be at his post In the Miami Hardware protection to She ware of the merchants person he Is, and la each case there 1*
Illness.store this week on account of In the!different. stores of the much truth. I }

I' !block Did yon ever stop to think that yon
We do not want you to buy un- can tell[''a firm by its advertising and if you don't find what

--,11 you Investigate.. We do not 'heavy Lumber freight, fertilizer handled furniture by the 'Miami and n 1.iWanted Iii ;i rat-elass meat cutter Study the, ads In this paper and yon .1 ,.
will be surprised how true \o life they I
to how much we can Transfer Co. la any part of the coun kt Armstrong Meat Market .Avenue want tell us of requirements
try see P and 11th sheet are. Thl 1* a better test of oar theory you your
add Ity. thaa, any thing else. Ton know J
get out of you, but a living I
\ J. E. left this the merchants and you can judge how
Mr. graham morning
i Mr., H. O. Houston accompanied by we can come
profit what the:goods' cost us with his tither. Rev. Dr.lngraham far wrong we are.
I little left Saturday
Mrs. Houston and
There are the firm who ban ben tn .
for the Utters home In St. Louis.
... 'I. night, where for they Jacksonville, go for and a fewweeks'jrislt Savannah They will bet Joined In' Chattanoogaby business business'! long Urn and bYe a fair pretty near supplying them
James E. tpgraham, son of Mr. 3.E. at a good profit They are
.with relative and friendsMr.
satisfied to let things take their coarse
's LL'EVER\'THfHo- Ingraham.y After accompanying
-WK Houston has for several_years
,j" AND SELL IT CHEAPER the of his father home, Mr Ingraham will retanillere. Their aj ten that they can be found
responsible position city
I .= at the urn old place and their I
at Augustine Record. good
.editor of the Metropolis: be takesa ., the same a* usual so there I* no .1
Chaile .
: W.. ,t1. ..j ; well. earned TaeatloD;ster;months. t 3rponar|i and i half book. containing use to chang the reading, hence their .
of arduous toll and efficientservice.HI
Awnw'Dr'Mlam4' .F1a. co-laborers on the Metropolis wish !full' description' San Francisco earth.quak'and ad stands the cam an the year and "!'. 151 Three lob on Ave, D at $500 each, ,... halt ash

I and U11 II Cent Lena tit'ins' A.-.. nVINCENT .him outing.and .hi*. family, almost. enjoyable put Grove.flrtt Flf.a Katie* n Sonia 9, ':: Coooa-:, year after|are year.There other firm who make No. 153. Two lots on Avenue D and South Wa ec street

.. LTS '. sensational runs of prices below th* unimproved rice $800 each, or both for $1500. 1
; T 1 M s. I HI ij. B:.adwellUpToDate look at one for the book for yon know No. 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for f2000. $1000 c*,b.

G.'Md. >' OWJVirginia Farms it Is a bait because no man can sell balance in one year. There i I.a little houK on this pta.:.e which
( good below cost unless he make It
--_ \ *, ; IIrJ. '' flfeO J annum. Property will make a food business site
;.i i ;4t: TA op *om*'other way. pays
Cheap Hoots. Send
Physidan and Surgeon, There tl* the, arm with th* catch r1
4fpr the 1 'C.. No. J JVe can recommend this a* a good invetnteatOn
\ ; ',fowtCitaJoflcootalolag J. ,i AJilfioery .teDcel "We want your mussy"
female KSCASCS a Specialty largest bt to the state.Casselman f Good That. wa a fool thing to advertise and this ]j there are six bouse la food condition, the jenny

Eaa4esce rlostltA ..:b 0lcSPhwe c '1 Dry Fancy ,potions, the *ayjlt waa ma showed the firm rental amount* to $720 and the price is only $4750. with $1200

\ & Co. Fashionable Dressmaking was. newla, the advertising Sub It I cash and balance in annual payments of$500. j
:Residence 214,' 14th St. i wa* ran"' ; until .everybody wa tired.

I -ttffice* :-.room 4;6. 8. Ratckett v Bldjr.I \. *:**" ". RICHMOND; VA U. CalCand v- Inspect ? : .-, and say the Jongw.;ipaper* did Then not that want firm to mad printIt No. 156. I One gocd two story house facing the bay aDd 3vltluable

'" a chang of front fad advertised that : lota for$3200, term$700 ash and balance to *.it

they would fin any order made to the
re t"i "V 1Groeery''p3 cataloogn house for i cents lea that No. 15*. Three focr ram two tory cottage,. price for the

,' It could h* delivered from Chicago three, $3000 Will sell separately. We caa five vary liberal

,, ar ids- Everybody said It could not be doa term on these. Ask for them. I -.
but the firm their
fllMRTypewriter < mad good promise
ri> 1 II I Ii t tJoi and that;I* always th* test of raise of No. 159.l A new two story ,residence facing the bay j just

\ f'j't 'For'Thursday JuneJ21 advertising. Their ads have beea of outside the the Drive. Price $2500, 'Path terms
J) ( ,. '" the kind,,that It take very little effort Sty on Biscayne
i' J-t { i tans tomatoes! KIR I : "'" t. ; : for the mind of the observant. tataffl-I of $S dowel f baL $300 per & Jl1UII. H von!waat something new

'- Large for> ,. .tOe gent reader and buyer to see that and attractive" this i* the\ace... boy. '

Good'rlce, 4 pounds|fat. .-. .. .i .25c their they are One.MIAMI.up' to Jate sad leading Inl I [

; Silver Cow Cream, per> dozen .. .80c HARDWARE COMPACT. I .

7 ban Octagon Soap Jfj;!.. . .25c "... want your mousy.The .

.> Strained honey, per quart.\ ...11. . :. .20c -1 .

Lump Starch per pound . .. .. .05c MermaidAsk
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for sale or for, rentSMITHS' If you want Obelisk.Olour we have it I F.C.BrossieriSSonReal

Our Fort Dallas Coffee! is the best 25c Coffee I

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'Magnolia Grocery Company. Judge Reyser i Estate and Rental Agents *.

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and 12OO'j Avenue D Miami. Florida

I Phone 84. Corner- Avenue, D 4th Street At The Auditorium
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was oncofan'! old mar with the nails that decked the toles; .
THERE of Balrdad,;'named Abou The fishermen furious both with the
Chocolatesand who watt famous for miser and his slippers thought to Said
his arartcs. Although b* was throw them back to him by his 'openwtndow. Skirt at
rerr rid!. an the clotbes'h, wON wen And being thrown by a rigsrons -
patched aDd mended Injmanr places arm. the slipper fell back among !
and Jili turban wad ONCOSTS? Unco.' tile vials of roe water ranged along
and dlrtjr that it was his abelY... so that the vials were all
was so greasy t
Impossible to tell what Its original, broken, and the miser's .1
color had been. |f j; |D roe water was rKeDlparcbued |
Bon Bons But the moat surprising. part of his -Oh. most fatal
costume the things that IeMtred to b* "Ye shall do me no more harm*" and
the moat noticed, werf: his slippers;. be took a spade and dug a bole in his W. Mj.Burdine
to bury then) for-
The soles were studded with large garden Intending
80c nails the upper leather ron fisted of If eYP | A
per lb. number of small piece Joined together;, Now, one of bis neighbors\ who; for a I .
and for the ten years rthat they hat very long time had borne him a grudge.'I .
existed as slippers the post ''I saw him doing this and Immediately
cobblers of Bagdad bad:spent time ran to the cacti to tell him that[Casen One white aid polka dot dubk Miss1!
I QO Don't this Sale ofHosiery
In his garden.It
skill together.In making The the had,pooi therefore, becoml bad needed dug up nothing a treasure more to Inflame the skirts.lot..worth .50. now. t i I

: 1 so heavy that they C1'f'1jr Into a pro$ cadi's covetousness, and the I miser One lot white circular flounce II.
be QO
erb. and whenever people wished tp might say ss much as he liked pat
BISCAYNEDRUG give an Idea of great Weight.. the slip| bad not found anything but had only 2.50 . 1., .. I 'JU
per of Casen were brought forward asa meant to bury his slippers was no browl4and
comparison. (Ii i | good. The cadi had already counted One lot linen skirts, tuck

'. It happened one day, when lasewas'ieaing on taking off a good handful of gold, and panel effects, nine gored I '(
Cases only obtainedhis 98
through the public market and unhappy ,
. .
xpeodlturf, of a 250 value r owOne if
of lust liberty by the '
the a
of the city: purl tae :
COMPANYSales amount of crystal was proposed to hire large sum of money. : ; .2-4'8'
rendered desperate lot pleated circularflounc ,
and be at once cloud|with It. Borne: Our miserly friend
days after baring heap that a ruined cursing the slippers with {all his beautifully $3.00. now. black
made One lot stainless
: Agents perfumer's last hope lay In the sale of might went and flung them Into an plain 251"-
A quantity of rose water be took ai)- aqueduct a good distance from the One lot plain D own linen skirts I 25 worth 12 l-2c now 3 pr. for .

.. vantage of the poor man's misfortune town. This time at least be bellred/ 1.75 now. . . .1' .I. I
and bought the rose,'water at half Its be was certain to bear nothing more ; ,One lot plain black hose stainless I f

Tel.:;3, :Cor. 12 St Ave. D vale These profitable,transactions I!!, it ,baringTUESK | of But them.it was not to be sin Tb slippers[ One lot mIsses, white linen finish and P. 15c value) now. II .II I."w
: 15 and noV I
i K. skirts 1 250. I
" $1.25 and ...... .J. One,lot plain black hose stain- 18c .
-- less. 25c value '.now . . .

G.. M. DYKES [[: "}: I Our entire line of all wool Including volls
:;: '
mohairs. English serge and novelty One lot lace hose'in black white 20G

t '334,Tenth Street suitings at a discount of 25 per cent. and tan.. 35c value now. .. .. .

[; AH kinds BUdrimMihi Md Re>aiWart. : .ni/ ,,
--- 1 One lot fine, lisle double heel ard toe ln

Wagmra Britt to Order Sale bf Fine LacesWe black, white and tan 50 cent I .00

r HORSESHOEING A SKCM,* J valae. 3 for. lOne
: have to our lace sale of last

week a goodly line of blac lace lot black ''and' white 'I lace .48

F[ "" LeMomli .i I f'I 6.1-2 to 12 l-2c now..4. . .5c lisle value 75c: )now c

A line of val laces worth 3c to 5c per One lot brilliant lisle lace'' hose. 68G

Wonderful Healer! yard now 5c and 25c per doz. yards black white value '1.00..now. ...
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i: Inflamation-cuftCc-;Cut:: Bruises: Burn' II'I

'Chapped, Pimples Skin, and Roojrb Eczema.ness- Blackheads Keeps. 8urdi i. 316 and 318 ,12th SL 1 II

,t. 1 Complexion t Price| soft smooth 25c and free: !. .

i4scayne' I ._
Sold by Drug CompanyMerritt ---------

I !Martfs Oysierand l :Chop House
Ise 4 I ,1I'
J I'hi

ft Ia j j'.1.1Ii: I Meals at all! Hours

t I : Oysters by plate, quart< or ga aOL

,I:: Meals erred at all hours 411012tU Street, MiamI. Flond*
!! \
-' ,
: ,..... .! /..' j : Before'
-t, Investigate InvestingWind
.: .. ; .
ii1 Wind PowerHas
.Kolb __ been adopted by the best people of the country a* the
& cheapest power for raising water.]) Note the people who hare

: 01 .- them, they could hare steam gas and hot air too if they want. --'
SLIPPERS. HAV): .DEDUCED ME'TO UhXJUAIU.put l'_ ed it. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot thi"?
i r.. business and with my pump mechanism that I have just been

: him Into a goodpnmor I be thoughtIt lodged tbe pipe thus preventing tb granted a patent on. I will naraatee to double the capacity,
the water. value and life of wind mill outfit. Any infringement will
better. Instead otglrmg a feasf (as free passage of The superintendent any .
SEAL ESTATE Is the custom of eastern merchant to of the aqueduct hastened to J I be prosecuted.C .
.', 1 BAROAINSJ.I go to the bath wfaere be bad not teen search Into the matter arid finding
J"MIAMI for a long time. (1/f | Ca_" slippers be brought them to
FLORIDA the saying the miser had H. PERRY Cocoanut Grove Florida,
:: .. While be was nnaresalnc ODe of his gorernor I ,
', I -< acquaintances :}told!him his slippers canted all the mischief. The unluckyowner
rendered him the talk' of the wnplf dty of the old slippers leas again

....-..-... --" ". and that be hlnwel'(;would. In thread; put la prison and fined more bearlly
teak )
than before. 6 At tte. drop hi al tats a -1 1oar
ri be obliged to give him another pair.
-It to. quits time that I should think Tb ads,after Justice had Den don*, flM lbs d 1h 0'_. Dart Contractors AD Property Nwners l

.< ', ." about If answered Casen. "'bat'" scrupulously. returned him his precious lit te 1JOHN..... !
Then pee la order one
all they are not M yrora: that tbejf cannot property J
''fp: ( and so for all to tree himself from tile disasters CCWCLL MO SAVE
;.. still seen my purpose : If you don't want to
they bad brought OB
he finished undressing and entered
6., 1 saying the bath [I I mined to bun them and as they war Htadqvarton far hleart 'hfW we can't help you. If[ you do come tt,
r himself the thoroughly soaked throoga he. exposed m Twatttk atnaC. E ..yes aos!. I
be washing
White was
h ads of Bagdad alto cam theft to them t$die ray of the taa'oo tile tarraet -
: bath Then Cues baring made aa .* his boot to that 'they might 1 The J. A. McDonald Go.

end of his ablutions, returned to the 7- BurkhartLOCK

t We are|!I Now Ready to t-urnlsl I first Talnly room',did and be seek pat fen for hit his garment slippers.,'but Instead all Fortune tile Injuries, bowerer tht wlthsd had act to yet toilet ended*o ind'bay JOur biildln miteritL Loug ,Levi

I" of their bring where be bat left him but had kept the most cruel for AND GUNSMITH '
Tribune, Soell them they had gof pushed away Into thtlast, see I Tellot Pine and Cypress of ill kinds,
torn comer, and I Brick kinds Sash Door
the neighborhood caught tight of them We also tell Lime, ((4 ). Cement
ones j J
t and other whereupon our I II liter, quite bentvt&Cthat rushed down tile matttri hoot to tb* 1113 AVENUE C MIA Mouldings and whatever else a builder requires '+

: this ...... what he wouMJjhar place where they lay snatched up ODe j at lowest possible' figure.
; klft : to bit mouth and while playing with It
snakes of BicyclesThe wished It to be. a from tile personwho
t 1a bad Just been admonishing him let It fan right on the head of a stout You Know where:we are Lath Street. Miami Florida
put them on without more adoi and woman who was going by* la constqnenc I Miami Meat I ;
nearly beside himself with Joy at:being of th* fright and blow the woman =
spared the expense of buying other ten in, tile husband I r,complained i
b. left the bath. l 11| | to the ads," and CUeD was condemned MarketT. t
,When.the cadi had finished bathing to pay a heavy fin for the harm dooa.ii
! l his stares sought Werywbtrt for their Thereupon CueD WeGt"aWl7., Pad & Co Chase &: HarneyI
r ) only master's succeeded dlpp.es4rbut l4 finding In rain some t fllfhy They' toon cats carrying spin tile before slippers the cadi.to his band.be : A. Teaster Prop. ;

HOT said be a fury \
which at one recognised sopun's .
ones The Immedlatsly made the Judges laugh ,... I* die fatal Miami West Palm Beach SUCCESSORS TO

r run after aura doorkeepers And he bring deemed origin of all my troubl**. These. CHASE & BARNEY Inc. Fire '
slippers bar reduced -I to beggary.I
:; .. a thief was taken as.such tv;sled
bicycles and other back to the cadi and for this exchange entreat you to hart die;gooaoeu I FRUIT AND
b m Floridaand
I pas an edict to that the evils thttt Accident
of slippers sent tf prison. fIn [ t and
the best stan- continue
:,: j goods are order to escape' out of tt*, claws]I omened things will certainly VEGETA.BLEPACKBRS I
dUd the markett to cans may no longer b* Imputed to
goods on of Justice be wai obliged to open his Western

t l' other Tires punt pretty widely and u i* was KM.Tb* cadi could not refuse P and aa rrornado
Hartford .
and. held to be as rich a man as be;was a Cash Dealers la
ir edict was panned bet. a* you
I' .- Coaster Brakes fitted to ol miserly ODe J'OQ.an. easily The before be I seen, only wbvn Casen bad learned at MeatsMail Insurance
did not get off re y cheaply. sorelyafflicted bowl. Is the Crate
f. wheels. All work guarantee peen oil reaching home tokhis an enormous expense :great
I danger of wearing one pair of slippers
and Sflunir them ln u ra(>-
= Best ;new wheels for tee slippers too long.-Philadelphia Prep I Material!
r- Into the Tigris, frbk-b;flowed beneath ---r order receive prompt FIDELITY BONDS
231 12th StreeL A a..a. :
\ days after when cert ml!} fishermen I
x L I Pac ling ui luebout
fcmth ,
n' f
mi Ten in Avenue D
(Carroll & Clark found were It hearle4than driving' | up usoal.Oasen's a (nIt they to. Ten Ten men men's cant strength.eat It. Phone 1317-1319 23 Miami Florida J East End ILnl Blur DocL OLDEST AGENCY IN,MIAMII

,. slippers !inN In It snit!, morvthe I, But a baby caa carry It
I trer, had torn die meshes of net (Answer A rope)

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Ii Eonty Forget!. I Y,, load Tim Card No. M In Effect ijrfl 16,.WIOCTMOUH f



,' r I! I; A LAW. WHICH WILL PROHIBIT r 5.5, Sell n41'lon"- til. ;

That the Great Sale now going: on at he WOMEN I FROM FREQUENTING I Iepm /1 r.a Li: terata7a.1 Jacktoem.o .- .lips h IM erom eMp

8 A LOO SIS : II,.
/eM i axe ---tut P.IiT

ar e 11105 lee-- P.Wka-s. 5 45,..

Empire Dry Goods Store Li t.. .... r..,. .
Metropolis Bureau Ap. 1 t..._.. ..._. uw. i
S 14p. i .r + Duaeot--.. ., rep
Key West. June 17. Mpa tip. ...Oemoed.- lepm
I R The two, story building on DuralStreet >t orp 1 tYp. Darto s.N_ rp.li .
i lat I sly occupied by Mr Louis !wpm Ai... 1.w $mrres. .. :' =

I 1 Wol'son' i'II s a dry goods establishment I 1 x.. 4 p.p. Oswna,7_._.,. r Mi j
.' and ovine by Mr. R. J. Duffv. was u4 I tuagsat Juaenoe u Y 1 r

purchased by Mr. Gutman KIrchlck. of I II 110p. _I.w Osk rrai '. _,_ ee:
Will untilSaturday up.ear .
4 sea.
r r
run the firm >f Stein *: KIrchlck. The

jf price pal l
I The board of aldermen held a CJ sspi .
se sup. i
meeting on Thursday afternoon. Mayor we. 4ev. PUC.- times I
w_ j. t
June 30th Babcock presided and Alderman A.& la.. 4 -.Y.IDo.tu. g= =

Cum,.WJ B. Cum BenJ. Tynes, Ed. Mw'S Slop.u Si L.et ....:JII'- JO..".. JJ 0 5i."$ i
M. soft PNne,. ._...- .
Talk, Joshua Curry and Robert Gabriel iSp 10 Its 11M5 sr
___.._ .
I rip. rt11.
were present. ==. H =
,! I Communications relative to the 1905 /o.. Sp. : J".a i.__, u.p1 i
__ ..,.
I coupons Mere read and the treasurerwas 4/Oa. flp .b.yt5tt a.Sd r Ie..... II I'rM. I

Those who. have not yet visited our store should not lose this, opportunity !bocker authorized Trust Co.to to wire take the up Knicker all the I S ea5.3M. lop.1Sp. I.:! AM W hl.JSpttw beeek .:. $4S/1.I....:.. Ie 01=

1905 coupons that remain unpaid. oa..

t to secure the greatest bargains ever F'offered' in the dry "commvnlcate The city! attorney with the.was Columbus Instructed National to 1175s /54Tp trop: .r- .Q5M :NMao.1= ,.ao.l,.. d

I Bank and secure If possible, an w.

goods line.; We;have thousands of dollars worth, of, stock yet to be I the Itemized city. statement I of claims against M min 105. tl t 11 .Me.A a.:LV ,. ..tAr it: .M5. u.101lafltarbtdnts ,.

I Alderman Falk moved that the serveices
disposed of i in'every department and the extreme low prices will of a(competent certified auditorbe 1 DsW s sM lsadU.a.t .aiai sM MM (Cane*MM Maa it,
secured to examine and audit the

the entire sale. Come in before it too late. accounts the of the :city and'to secure a dell ,r.w
prevalltbrogbout balance motion was unanimously IUYNU IUIIC..
lis carriedji '+"'I
The city\ clerk was Instructed to
make an ;jltemnlied statement of thereceipt. 1 I t / N L.bekae.n1. T Br r ra
aad expenditures from NW/issi 111 r oataJ.ok.osW_ /i1 C tap r
i city's $ (3Ssl 1 1 IN a.alo..eea41051 11 1 /
; I the time the present board took charge M 1 .M ?-'t-.d 11M TWii YB
Goods t =
: Empire Dry Store up to date and have same published. 11 s IussAr Ya _te_ 05 Tani_ YtQWti
j I The street committee was instructed
( .to try i the horses offered the city LL* 1X9 OCCOEHT1L SIEUSn I? COSHECTOKS IT ILUC.CeaaertVM !. .
and if satisfactory to purchase
,lame for proven I$250. t7IN Mats at Mild wrtt Ser.sMa el Ike r. a I. 1. C..w 1

\ 327 Twelfth Street I The city attorney was requested to Havana and Key West
1 i draw an {ordinance which would prevent -
.' women from visiting barrooms.I Two Sailings Each Week.
I On motion. of Alderman Talk the I
b i city attorney was requested to com Tfcata* Diacfcars:* t+umtm at Skip' SUa ftolr Tr ern. l ltltiMr '
-- -pile the ordinances now In force and
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1 of Inter Ocean to in r.trr.wtwwsrywtrN.' :e.r/w
the print same
for Sale Cheap book form was accepted. A numberof I rL..--,..,.. w-_lb ....5: : '.w.erq..M.Wy -

I I bills were read and ordered paid. Cop? .! till LOCAL TUtU CARD Otkar .......u.
An ordinance for the nuppicsslon
Miami Business Directory of gambling passed Its first readl:; "s.ea THB TICKET AGENT." l la. .
then until Its
The board adjourned
\ described a 'Aid. *.. eeA
U"NIURtntalpropertT next regular meeting. gAWYBIt. 0. PU* Act. ST. AUOUIT1JIC& ;
M follow: Lot 75x100: s. W. Cor. I I
Contractors: \ A: Roberts have .
H anel: 6th street. Improrem -
Th. Out of Town Buyer and those within the city will find In the Two 31 room rental cottages,f received a contract to' build a warehouse T
list below th. stfdrMMS of Miami M.rohanU und.rcla for the Florida East Coast Railway -
one 2 j story building, 24x30. t torn.towi
This will be
Company. building
m.d heads for rMMly roforono :
stairs. ;|tance hall on second zoo feet long and 80 feet wide and will
n I floor Insurance carried 1000. Call be erected on the Mallory property,
L L. BRADY A CO., .. ftCKCVKN on or :address i leased by|the railway company. The
warehouse will be used to store the
'Trsk- mitt tad Ventahle* Desist !. Drags Paiat M.* .Ii a W. O'NEAL cement which Is brought from Germany Line Railway .

class. Toilet Article, at 700. Sixth tret. Miami Fla. the extension work. AI "
lick 8treC Cor. Are,DL Iftami. Tea foil .
DOT Am*. D. hOaaaL r I ready t ; ship loads of Ore t oulandbarrela '
Fancy Grooarm. Bay. Grata FOR B CENTS FOR.10 CTSMatch' ei ch. have been brought here FOR
r '" and all callable has beenoccupied.
] MRS. L & KICK storage
and lUpea mart&laer '
Boxes Comb and Brush Cases I
Real sastiTt.: Box Toilet Soai Mincing Knives Savannah Columbia Camden Southern
Mr. J. C. Whalton Is having hisresidence Pines
Salt 1,1,1 sad IS30 A.-. B. C. Plate Meat Forks
and several cottages on the
I Raleigh Richmond, Washington Baltimore
12 Twelfth ctrML XtaaU.fU Jellle and Pie Plate* of ,
Dealer IB Groceries. Grata.Haj I block at i he corner Durnl and Division -
i! Broilers or Toasterk Philadelphia New York.
strtets. painted and repaired.
and Tsc flaslIlu j| WILSON 4\ HUODUITON Cake Turners i Pudding Pans 1 A imall cottage on Dura street be- Two Elegant Trains Dally I
[ 12th'Street. adand.iI'lL AM BrtAt0 sad luMaMst Scoops Class Lemon Squeezers I tween Angela and Southard streetr Seaboard
S3* 14 Twmttta strait XteaL R Ink Steak Pounders has been]raxed, and" the large cigar Express.Seaboard Malt
MAONOUA Ifudlage Rolling Pins factory 0 '''D. C. Parmo & Co.. la the Modem Pullman
A.:J. CAMPBELL r Store Polish Knives. Fork rear will|be moved to this site. Equipment.
.Dealers GrocarlM, Baad.. DMlertaDrr Goods.: CMb- Blacking Towel Racks Mr. Paul Hasklns has enlarged and b T
drabs hag, tieatf ru-t..p. Cob Pipes Scrub Brushes beautified!'his home by adding another
Pint Cups Basting Spoons story. It Is now being painted and I
[Co r.'Ave D sad CUI M.. Mht&- flu ill AresmcDWm. IDuaL 1'1& StrainersRinnells Mops presents a very attractive appearance epenflu dtili ilroiii sletpen Iron JteiuiTflli U In Oriua '

Whisk Broomi.
A Mountain of Gold I
i _
Gurry's. Sons: [ For full inJormatioa and sleeper reservations, call oo anjr' agent of th
< could not bring aa much happiness to
Seaboard,or write
Mrs. Lucia WUke of Caroline, Wit. I '
) aa did one SSe box of Backlea'i Arnica

Key West FiorldaHEADOUARTER..POR j a running Salve.!'!'sore when on It her completely leg which cured aaj L 0. McDOHHELL bit&fn. FM. ut JacbooTille, Fit

1 'I, 'ji tortured her 21 lone years. Greatest F. d. BOYLSTON.. Jr.. Pass. ''
antiseptichealer! of pile., wounds and 1lt1 .
.i Ship Chandlery, Building : sores. JSe at all drug atom 1 .

Tct Materials. Of ..Ali Kliids.s MOBILIZATION. MANOEUVRE I I I'

-- ''' *'... I [AT MOUNT GRETNA PA.
t\ .. >.
'3. ** I* I Atlantic Coast !
mad. Ic- *, Steam nutria- Railway-.....,...Macfclv. '8I1op.1" *......** Officers of the Genera! Staff Make me!
) '. ,". ,, Arrangements to Attend
:,1 I

I kinda'ol repairing."Boner;mad Steam:'Flttinf.caa be don at n I 4+ f W"I hi Jon. D. C. June IS.-Ar- THROUGH 8CHEDULX '
at notice in the best skilled rangemenfs hare been made by which
: ncchaalct
4. e possible.' .. '.. manner,, ."...by_ 'expert. a I the officers of the General Btatl-will
attend th* mobilization manoeuvresat Florida, Georgia, Alabama Virginia North Carolina ft
; h" I .h i Mount Gretna, Pa. where the New !j and South Carolina fi
York mill\a will be encampeJ. and at !'
I The'great Highway of Travel between ,A
leeDr.BurnnamTbe .. the other I[six places of concentration I 1.1
of the mlUtla .
regulars and the organized -
And? Lota of,Other,Items ,too Humeroo ; I Florida and ;the East and \West. Noah '!act South<
I .to mention to be found at the I It Is Intended that the General Staff [
officers shall :,oovetve the
HlaM Sargeoli' and Specialist l : 34IOcVariety i ;'Store operational of the carefully troops; and It Is under ;o Tfl.lent 8errloel Xlafiat Pall... Iqolpmenl, Mafvlflont DUlia Cat: : \
\f i ;conte>plat1OD to arrange during J .
.'ion are a sufferer trom any Chronic'Disease, 'Ulcers, Tumors Can ,&l. 1017 Aveni'. D Miami Fla. the series encampment of lectures of based the mlllUa on the for evolutions a Route of the ) DIXIE FLYER t f 5 $

t_cera or aaj Blood Diseaae,'Catarrbal Diseases of B Throat, of[the troops.. The details of Celebrated } i| FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

|j LvBgm,Stoeaacbor" Bowels, Da..tadiruteoe..HectaJ- ut military action will be left to the Trains ;! MONTGOMERY, L. AND N. '
I camp commanders, who have ,
Diseases, Female Diseases TOtoanOn
: Qn ie yl moat general instructions regarding
l what is expected of thejpa as command- ,-
1 f ttcst( lectiicalidslH6a I ; pic P Nediciaes I + tog generals'! of the combined manoeu I. CON 1 VXNIICNT xxrnoD or TBAYXUNO! al I

.' vres. AUanUe Coast Use one thoosaod mile tickets rood( over 11,)00.!!..of rail
nd a 1arP'. .to k 1 f.Spedka P+pt'epare44reme foe Special'work There will probably be some sham road embraeinc portions of,lie South OBI sale at all prlHI ...el..a1.
rf ..;*d-' -.... :- _; u' TuiL F *. I I battles although this Is an element rate of ttft each. Limited' to one year from date of pwefcaa.tor fall...
Ladles Maid 'j Shnrtor iced limo/ which Is dot favored except In so far plate aid reliable Information rtftrdlnf raUe,eebedolea,Pmllmaa seryloe.rta.
,. .. Aliajs is Attendaace | as It enable officers to get tie menthe I Wri&e -
1i n4- i In field under conditions resembling Frank C. BojUton in "Pass.Aft. W.D.Stark Trivdlag ...... .....
pawn in Metropolis l1l'. From 9 a. m.':to 4 p. m.Sun excepted I. : Easy Payments thorn of actual warfare. It Is tie W'. Bay Street,JaeasooTilK!"la.

I considered the that It adds to the Inter. W.J. Craig,! Passenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington N. CYears
eat of participants to have tbemlmactne
1ITTY Bade GoSecurity| Go. any form >hemselves f rivalry Increases In battle the since personal I ---- I Ii
:BROTHERS Interestoeurres. In any ort of manSore

i i Has Stood The Test 25Grove's

Machine ShopAgents I Death frim I Appendicitis I Nipple' I I

4' crease In th! same ratio that the A cure nay be affected by applyingChamber I I I
ate of Dr. *i New Life POls In- !; ins Salve as soon aa the
Era Gas
forthe.Newi; Engines. Gasoleneand creases.: Thersara from danger child Is done nursing. Wipe It off
kerosene engine repairing a SPECIALTY and,bring qnlc! | and painless release with a soft cloth before allowing the Tasteless Chill Tonic
I frJom constJp tl n and the Ills growing child to njnrse. Many trained nurses
General Repair Work oil of 1L Strebjth and vigor always use this salve with the oest results. I !
I follow their ns|. Guaranteed by all Price 25 Cents. per boss Sold by Blseayne .
1 SEVENTH STREET MIAMI. FLORIDA! d Jt1. %5e. Try them. Drtg Co. and aU dmglita. Vo-Cure-No Pay. 5C cents.I I


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MO[ .
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'en'sCihin1 I I i! Going at I New York! Cost! .

wea her on hand 5 and
WITH on a trip:north, thoughts 1 I
of the average man turn to new
clothing and the! prope{selecfUons jjbf the 1 I
styles and fabrics fit foil the seasons wearY i I tock of
i e 0' $$4000 eMn's

Where to: Bayr"1..
: ,

i.-- is _the question: that enters jj ho.mind. : Furnishing Goods, and
) Common sense will t11 that th6 firm ,
conducting the largest tailoring business
i in the city has gained!its 'patronage by ;1y e
.- giving the best value-"for, the money.,7 t Hats to be closed out t
1i i
The J. Hubbard Chatham ,
Store is- the larg- I

to-date est seller and of high-grade Tictlyfup-: ; Actual New York Cost

Tailor Made:l Clothing{ I ;' S-y 4-.r?I.I "I :

E- ,
t.- -_ Trousers, Ifancy t, -t nests t- and Suits. 1. I I ,

Gents Furnishing D e Department' II SEWELL'S

't ,i' I In this department, we carry. a complete. ,line of the.bet Dm j:.
: Shim Necktie Collar Cuffs: Sacks Garter* Sucpender*
1.. ',, *
t' Straw Hats t. ;Sumner UnderwearYou

need a straw hat and don't want to ,Satisfactory varieties to choose from.
.. be overcharged when you buy it. We I No matter what you want, it is in ou Tailoring Establishment is the PlaceSaturdy
have a hat mat will fit and suit you for I I stock-every weight and style In cotton, I -
.'our variety. is large. Try us and find out 1 liile thread,linen..: merino and all wool ,

JUubb'ardl..:jCheathamThe I "

: June! 16th

Clothier Miami, Florida I 1210-1212 Ave. Dfl I ,
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I '

i THI1We :: / I : !IS The Beginning.. Day

You can boy the following i well known goods so"long as they last,
are Busy Ifakillg at the following prices., It will pay yon ''to' visit, this sale as soon

S as 'possible as the stock is limited and you will stand a better

, I. 'I ",. : I I I' chance of getting your size, right now. We win list a.Jew New ..

York cost .prices which gives yon an idea how these .goods will sell
(" -t -

I Stock i Scriren's Drawers- ,were 75c at., .... .6Oc 75 cent Caps to- goat, ..... ........39c

i : Elastic Seam Drawers at .. 1 l. ......40cIk 51 cent Neckwear goes at...........35c:
I I "" sock: now................ .... 7c S3.s1.Suft Cases 4 .. .........!.$154
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I I 15c:socks now ......... .....m... fc We Snit Cases' .j... ............3J5.

h'. .., .' i' ,....,.. ," ., -_ '/ i: 1i I ;: Ik Handkerchiefs,now....1:. ....... 7e 17JI Salt Cases .!........... .....$5JI
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ISc: HtodlurcUds now... .0... .... fc I1LM Tnmks to dose at..s.N
I i $Iit Monarch shirts at.. .........89c
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ULN Trunks to dose at UNgill
75c:Shirts at............ .. ......45c:
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I.I I. Tnaki to.don at IS*
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,I 5k:Sttrts at 4k
I 'L I i $140 shirts; to.don at'.... ........75cMe ,.Arrow Collars att t.........'.......Ik- '
dose..3fe Chen Collars; &t..... -.- .. .. .. tic ,
Undershirts and Drawers to
Watch our 'Ad Next Week I! $1.S1 Hats to dose at.... ......$1.11' L and. W. CoDan...','.........'...17?'

,- -- .. : I ,12.00 Hats to dose at... .1'. ......$U5JO HJSWod'Dndenhlrts.............JL33 ,
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1 i 13.11Bata to dose at lUSWool> 'Undershirts ..*......7.....87c

We propose to sell out every :;dollar's/worth of
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'I>;!' 1 I + L 0 ,goods in this store at once at New Yor, k Eost. The t
.. hI ; Tailoring goods are not included in'this sale.

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BURDINE & IQUARTERMAJ i' SeweD's Tailoring Estabm't '

I Twelfth] Street, Corner (Avenue C, Miami, Florida Biscayne Hotel Block Miami, FloridaI.

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