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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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 Related Items
Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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I THE DAILY, j MIAMI MET ROPOLIS.VOLUME i. -,:



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3, NUMBER 171 -1- MIAMI t ,'FLORIDA, SATUHDAY, JUNE 23, 190 T "lnT. P GE



Be, Liberal in Subscribing to th4 Fun ito Defray the Expense of Miami's Tepth Anniversary Celebration ,




AMERICANS- START U.S. GOVERNMENT J JTO 11 EF' ;OPT! MADE EIDPLMWV GREAT PREPARATIONS I BRYAN ADDRESSES



GOIGON AT DANIA AMERICAN DEI.EGATIO. ,
WAR ON LABOR TEST

j DEMOCRATIC .. '
COMMITTEE

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I .I !I Canal tc Be Cut From theTown

IN VIRGIN! LUMBER[ CAMPS I:Object to to E. C. Canal WHILE AT TRONOHJE

I thod of N WAS DEFEATED AFTER VERY LIVELY DEBATE

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Make No Reference to Poll-
Cause of the '"Trouble Wasthe'Displacement : i This Will]Result In Enhancing the
Most of the :
J
cal Situation
; of the .the.Idea T That', \ A. Hocker, of Ocala, Wanted State Convention- Value of all the Rich Vegetable But Spoke


,Americans By, the Foreign Using is the Bryan and Otters Vigorously Opposed Land tf That Vicinity-Some Congratulatory Vein of the "
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:ers: I-One Already Killed,. ; SomeCling: to I i the.Movement_ and the Resolution Died. Good Openings In. Danla.Prepara Norwegian' Charteraid '

f. J. Sturdy Civilization. : d
Others Injured. .,

I Ii i J Executive Commit Ind uti, focratlc. He said thatno I Danla. [hay Jane n.I LJTrondhjem. j
.June ,
Washington. )
I meeS- such props tlon should be considered I lots are being made to cut 1
and nary officers [ State of Florida held a America
June 23- The *
{until or. a rtj to do so by the Democratic of
dnclnnatl June u- In a special recruiting hare morning In the Everett Ho- un.1-.j of he State at the polls the canal connecting the center delegation to the coronation of KHaakon .. -/
message from ,Clarksburg! Va much curiosity to the returns of the sec Convention ,Advocates the town! with the canal cut by the held a meeting today sad ta- f

It ia stated that war has broken out i of,publicity of may be | I In the contest for State The resolution VPS considered by East Coai t Canal Company and It la riled William Jennings Bryan to- i
In the lumber camps of Nicholas county -:curement know that work will dress this.'
the Eighth Judicial Circuit the friends of thj primary system as gratifying to
between the American and foreign, been a question to other matters of In- Ian effort to go back 10 the osnven- soon be commenced. When this anal Mr. Bryan complied with thfa|
laborers. I advertising paid the east marsh will be Insured quest but made no referent" to the
the party In the State says lion plan. The convention advocates Is cut]
The cause of the strife between thotwo posters which hare : Metropolis. or those known to be opposed to theprimal' from overflow and thus enhance political situation hi this conatry. He
;r elements was the displacement of I I criticised, especially appointment of a corn- ) law had well fortified themselves the value of tho property In spoke In a congratulatory: vein rt.c:1pa1l1 .
the Americans by the foreigners. One overstating enlistmentGeneral [\ canvass the returns of the with proxies and surprised the that locality.) This event will mark on the Norwegian charter] andsturdy I
foreigner has already been killed and I ages of F. C. ; above district, William primary! champions with their great, another leap forward for DanIa and etvillaUon.BIALYSTOK I
one wounded and the remainder haves of Marion county sprang a strength as the matter had been in a short time after the canal Is
fled from .the camps. I kary'secretary, circular to Introducing the following worked quietly. While the resolution completed, the sewer system win be PANIC sTRICKU 7
out a which he strenuously cham- stated that the primary system was Inst.a1Jecq This Is another guaranteed AT NEWS OP BUTCH RY
for reports
WIND STORM VISITS calling favored it provided a wedge to kill It, surety as well as the artesian wen 4
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THE SOUTHWEST how each applicant the town with water Jon 23-DUpe. ekes
himself for This committee Is heart I and disbanded the committee.Hon. that will supply St Petersburg
f i'! E.sent E. Harding, of of the primary system of Charles "Dougherty strongly for the {next ten years, making allowance from Bialystok say that the dt seas
Lawton! ''OUa. 'June Z3nftJ' of ; and :1 supported the resolution. He spoke of for an Increase in population there are panle stricken by th on-
"!i.- houses were wrecked last night between who Is In charge The present system of (the partisan actions of the present hlch will reach five thousand In ten I comfortable reports that the b rbar

this place and Quanab. TeL, by Andrews ces in Third, of the 3d certain committeemen and: committee In the past and severely sears, figuring from the Increase In i oas excesses will be revived they* to
a heavy "wind storm As far as reported of the (l necessarily encumbers': criticised It. making some serious the last four years. day.
there has been no loss of life charge Sixth and Eighth ; and tends to obscure charges. He said the passage of the Therebarber Is a good opening here for a I ALMODOVA--
will of those running In the resolution would lake this power from sop as well ss a blacksmlthing DUKE OF
JURY IN GREEN AND DORCUM8 each City, recruit .' the more Important dlj; the committee and give Democrats a and bor e-shoelng establishment.! The DIES IN MAbRIDad
CASE RETURNS VERDICT of I fair deaL olJ saying which was formerly sprung
opportunities | ., We believe that It Is Stirred Up j Hornet's Nest on men In days put and first June 13-The Duke >f At
.Washington. June 23- The Jury In cruiting a newspaper circular i Interests of the Democratic W. J. Bryan created a sensation by \ used byl)] Horace Greeley to "Go modovar. minister of foreign OairsMadrid.
the Green and Dorcnms case charged ter the flag of the J I each campaign should b< a bitter denunciation of Mr. Dough West.ouni man!" has been superan- who acted as President of th< 'late
with a' poetofcce department coswplr- or whether he just i. by a committee selected Im .jerty'a charges, and In a dramatic way| uated aid the popular phrase now Is Algeclrss Conference died here]todayat <
acy and bribery,returned this morning In. before the- breinnlnr of sue] he declared the !'statements made as "Go South and'" grow up with the the age of flfty-tWd -yeara.
with a verdict of not guilty. There Is a I I j in order that such eommltl i unqualifiedly false. He said that the the roustry.
always been Just and To a respective settler such townsas MR. AND MRS. LONQWORT)
the merits of ; : reflect upon current Issue, j jtie committee had
to '
HEARING TO' BE CONDUCTED of publicity. Most | of the voters who even when It had the majority they Dana Is the place to locate no, ARRIVE AT KIEL. GER (ANY
IN NEW. ORLEANSWashington entertain the idea ': I : be It I have always given justice to the opponents I' more though than any other townon 'I i '.
ice-? newspaper |I tie First That a convent I of the primary system. He, or city the lower eut coast of: Kiel. Germany June i:='- 'Ca greas .

..... June 53- The Interstate best results on ; from the several conntle said that the charges of Yr.Dou&a.1 I Florida running'' man and Mrs. Nicholas Longwof th ar-
ftVm Nix A Co:.
P.
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should be The of and .we iedhout l'by
Commerce, Commission decided cepable men who of Florida to a Stat 1 city never rived her today were
today>to conduct,the hearing la;connection J read the "want" Convention is hereby call-- Democrat who had any knowledge ol a general; merchandise business here to several hundred people.with ,
the transportation I In the city of Jacksonville affairs I I have disposed of their business of '"Welcom to KleJV j
with' 1 and come across .lT. Price and M. A. Marshall ___ ___
the present I Other RefutationsHon. : Messrs A. __ o- __, _
rates. In New Orleans next Tuesday. although of course. place as J
:a certain amount of this committee snail here- A. T. Williams also spoke ol I:| )Mrs. Hansen and her little daughters
--I I rertlsing must : t at the hour of teD'' the fairness of the majority of the ,, have gone to Wisconsin to spew a Chaflge .in.. Basil ess
New'Paint Store 'of listed men before ; m.. on the first Tuesday In ; committee anj be also refuted th few w eks.
It Is probable I;>.. 1908 for the purpose'ot I charges made by Mr. Dougherty. He I f I Pineapples are still being shipped Keller & Las-
acquired as a ,(1) an adjutant general I said that the members of the committee .I i from this place to the northern mar- of
"Hnllier. & Son worth's circular dish-let.1 chemist: and for the pop had been elected for four years 'I keta although the bulk of the crop for
; a national commit- and tbere should b* no Interferencewith has ben shIpped. The returns
I department I these have been very sattataatort' seterComp'] .
said that U.
for advertising for ;: delegates: to the national their duties. He fines .
,Now' Open donbtedly'this : and for the purpose of these men want a convention let them I i so far.
partment will have date for State mud county allow the Democrats of Florida to rot :I Mrs. A. W. Beed. wife of a Hampton r 1.
,. the naval methodLFINAL'VOn"ON for the nomination of all on the' proposition. 'I I*., banker and her falmly are .
Jr. made vigorone sllll a the Newebb Hotel, and
; and (for the purpose I A. W. Cockrell.: a
!| I such' mll'I'and regulations and Impressive address In behalf their Y Is Indefinite as they do not Anotber change in business. h s been

.Another business firm 'which has government of such Primarlf'l of the primary system and also defended I find the. June weather In this place reported in which the firm of Keller
been this week started In Miami and "&lbln&ton. = I I see fit; and for .I the majority from the charges oppressive. Mr. Beef owns some i Jfc Lasseter Grocery Co. will < a July
Is the paint of the convention valuable' pineapple and orange grove i 1st cess bnsines under tVad name.Mr.
now ready to do business Is considering today selecting a State committee made by the friends
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house recently started by Gas A. Mat upon which a final the campaign of 1908 aqd I plan. Mr. Cockrell also paid his compliments I land bere and Is a strong aJvocate J. A. Laaseter. for a number ol

ler Son. An Invitation letter Is this afternoon.Steamer.., = | other duties as said con to Mr. Doag1 rty. but before of DaNa years connected with the later W .eon ft .
and member
now appearing tit.the Metropolis In Instruct { he concluded be Injected so much nye grocery store
the that CIa J' I Into his remarks that the bitterness of the Keller Lasseter rocery
which they tell of wares That each county shall humor
in
At ''TerminalDock Co. has severed his partner hip
be procured at their store. There is : to one vote In such con was neutralized to a great extent the latter and will after the 1st of
hardly. a paint or "Tarnish manufactured s every two hundred votes He expressed great surpris be connectedMiami th the
,that'can not be found ia:'their | thereof cast In suck eoun- at Mr. Rocker's action and said he Is the Yacht Sara next month Grocery Company

establishment and also wall papers is Still primary election held on was unable to understand his present Mr. Arthur Keller who for a number
sad draperies tin .buidredof different day of May A. D. 1XM. | position., has been prominently
of
-Jt. patterns. A; person contemplating Be It resolved farther. That At this painting his house 'carriage or so stand adjourned sin held six proxies, announced feat ale a Bro., has nslcned his position with
.- any other piece of property wfll makea I would not rote one way or another that firm and will enter Into the grocery
mistake by not caning at this store Interesting Discussion on the resolution and this'provedIts I business with his fath r and
at 130 Avenue D, before making ." brought out a lively dis- death blow, and Mr. Hocker. seeIng brother la The store recently known
their purchase. )lr. Gun A. Muller : $ which several members par < defeat withdrew his resolution yacht Barm hailing from New as the Keller A Lasseter Gro ery Co-
la an expert paint authority and knows Wprd came to th J. N. C. Stockton did not end an ended pleasantly. terminal This change takes place the first of
the
th* business thoroughly.Mr. that the' Steamer- l / name -convention.." but Bryan I*Indorsed York City arrived at Jolt
E. C. Railway was to be held then he Chairman D.,D. Fletcher submitteda dock his morning at half put eight,

R. H.'Church chief ear Inspector iground between ) ODe of the delegatesjjto 1 telegram that he had seat to the to tale coal and water. The Sara An increase of salaries to a umber
stationed at this point, left on thiswralBXB Ifatacumblewhere l affidavit that they did Dot Indianapolis Star Ia reply'to a question I Is a jflne boat and win proceed to of Florida Postmasters has bepaCauth-

trmln for_ _Deerfjeld where last Saturday, ]| convention on a fret pass from this paper regarding: the attitude CubaJ where she win be ma aa a passenger I I prized by the Post Office De ailment
hs goes to look after a freight car re- which swept ; he would vote against the of Florida Democrats concerning ) Dues' at Washington and n not c* th
patty run off th* track.,i It has been gale is William Jennings Bryan and tariff 'boat between the Isle of Postmaster at Key TO st sad also Miami
found necessary'to place s new truck The Biscayne water Bryan said that the :.effort reform. Mr. TleteheT.'1a his telegram sad Batabano. She wm be run as a are among the lucky on< u> receive
the high
tinder the ear so.badly wan th* discarded the best boats of i thwart the will of the Deist- said that Florida would stand day post, with accommodations for aa Increase. Th salar r of th*
ODe damaged aad.wChac continually on th Ute State. Re said s that with the Indiana Democrats la making hundred passenger sad makes Postmaster at Key West It is bee
on*
to oversee the pladag of the of the committee 'war the tariff isso and Bryan tile eaa- raised from IUOO to 12.400 and th.
goes up keys j II| She Is
different hour.
: ala knots as
new truck. will i ,elected by a primary..:iBt tfl4att.on.* committee vnlTrmfrly aboa Miami Postmaster has recelvi aa to-
Imlah.p th action of Chalrmunetcher )lr. Hugo Koch of XewTork NL
--, for a tile question had already ratified owned by crease from K.MO to t3.
-7T 7 by a vote of the people. sad chi State commute went and was brought from that port by -
Pews Received ByBaptists the proposition was unfair on record a., favorable to Bn,...: Capt)Isaac 1:. Relyes, of Charleston

( &"- I for Her.: the S east. W.IAw [ -- aingfor 8. CL Cuba.She will start late this eve Nearing Avenue D

Church. South TRAVEL HEAVY i
are Very '
_.fi at the Methodist Mrs. WUliard. and daughter Miss is Miami Electric

4'w Handsome morning attends these and ; GOING NORTH FROM:KEY WEST I this Myrt week., are expected Mrs WUUarl to return has home bees

with
be ,
pleased
I. I at TlmsvUI aad Cocoa, andMis RailwayThe
--- one of the ,most visiting
; --- the Normat
't 1' ,' WUliard returns from
: '\ tc, In the conference.
; where she
1 1. -;):; ) 2, occasion win be a : ( Metropolis Bursas | Several erasing parties left Friday has keen School taking la Tallahassee the teachers elimi

;4Tbe church have new hymn books l Key West June 22. for a few days hunting aid fishing 1 I off with flying
She
of the Baptlat natJ came
pew* by the church to northern summer1! re along the keys. They returted: Sat
arrived and are' DOW at. the church that day ;J Galveston and this city, urday reporting a very rough trip. :I hono-s. taking the first grade certi- work of constructing he track
tot be into I first and this was her first attemptto Is being
building but win' I put The weekly steamer During the'gale blowing Satnrady of-th Electric Street Rail* ly -
teach. She
weekThe ealn certificate to I
; place until next opera FINDINGS OF I Is crowded to Its ut- evening the pilot boot Armeda. which I a ia rushed through with si possible
in thegalleries will
chairs which are to be used and}her mother stop over
and passengers from anchored In the harbor, broke I win 1 Mea
aDd choir loft have net yet was Miami before going to their home In haste and the tracks ave
been shipped in II wbo'wi h to secure berths her moorings and was driven out to Hocl dale. I laid to the turning point at venue Dland
reached here having The Washington.. J ] to make application tea. As no,1 tidings! have been received I 12th street and Honda) morningvenue
Installment pews
a different oak to corre unanimously four weeks in advance Twen- from ber. It Is supposed the ELEVATORS-N; ; i. the work will commence at D.
.. are of,, highly polished .. from this city!left her abroaJMde and win
struck rack
,with the pulpit furniture and the committee on fl I heavy seas GRIN QUARTER MILLION LOSS : north to Sixth street The
1spend design is a duplicate of the gothic 'heir report it is Satnr.lay. sunk here 1 I I Vt laid la the centre of vena D,
the
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shape of the wlrdows. The cost est E. Wood was : H. Gardner and daughter The Armeda. was owned by Capt i Chicago. Jfsy 23The Mabbatt ele- I ,Jhlle 12rh street portion Is on the
of seating rb e church will amount bershlp from the [ Gardner' arrived from Tampa Samnel Gates and'was: valued at two i vartr. s. A and R. on Archer Avenue I south title! of th." street rhe graJ-
I cf on the steamer Olivette. dollars I work Is under the sup vision of
to stout $1.500 and when completed District: thousand burned to the ground totUy.wlthndred .n?
is the daughter of tnr 1" I Mr D. Laphara and the lay ic ofthe
Couldrr of
the was bushels train
satisfaction to b thousand
will .be a, great The pilot boat rCpHT-4rell narrowlyesnpea ] a '
Elizabeth Sawyer. is looked. 3ft4by )tr.
members who labored diligently tot ed himself and ; like ftte' After breaking In t cm which was de+troy -d. The I tracks bring
a
West Realty Co hate a are
The commute L. K. Potter. About fifty men
bring the house of worship to ITS at work cutting 3 out b'moornge! ftwa* Mcwn againsta 10 U ertl mated at :50.000.: The anil
men grading
the laying
la
t present well appointed State. There J. Houston was jnear dredge tied tip at th- P ft O. dock thr< e buildings a"JtC'P1tt to the elevaor employed ,
through their property '
Second District ; anj and the projrts berg "''' lf ta < rsual tomorrow also stroTed twentyfamnies -
service as were
church tie
will be road. The work It In end turned Into slip. Parties OL .
morning. Rev. J. B. Rodgers filling M. L. Brooks J. D. Kenet the dork hastened tn make her secure fity were made bomel c. fying.I
member from
a ''I I. ej
the pulpit.
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THE DAILY MIAMI MCTROrOLI"* SATURDAY JUNE.. 1KX TWELVE PAGE
PACE TWO _
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11.... Longwonh. once UM AUc
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MIAMI METROPOLISDAILY :I Roosevelt is belnl"Prloc.. .1 5 < I r -, 'I I ';v. "7f_ tb j I' Ii'I ; \ I + -n

old country. Mrs.., *
AND-WEEKLY most sensible American I ...., i. teat Three Days' -0 T..*4sy. treds.ralr

smiles when called "Prln| ,

Sundsjr don't you know*that she i 1
ruMUhri Ivery AWernoon Ixcepl r
rather be called plain Mm. I
BY THE t Nothing In the world

The Miami Printing CompanyLI.nTIW.ms. American woman prouder J

called Mra. Whoever he'a Itterationale

S. SOBO DEAN) Sec.-treu'' o
It must be very-gratify!?

Lawson to tee the war '
Member of The Associated Press.E.ter.d .! Trust and Insurance Trust|

1 thrown before the calcium .

-- lb at')I amt, Florida,! is like "Mr. Chandler: who<<
at ..eoa tw matterSUBSCRIPTION I prominently mixed up in i ay Tuesday 6 I

I business at Washington tt., I ,
RATES the fight and after it U ]II ::1

One Tear............... .......$5.00 I' started, he takes a teal on! A T
Six *-W watches the wool Oy.- : I.
I and
Three Montis. 1.25 ...
One Month. 45 o 1
One .10 The police force of Mlam i {

Weekly. per month....... 1.00O.ICE after wear gray uniforms (' I .
IDEALy .
helmets Instead of black

IN METROPOLIS BLOQ. ss heretofore.-Fort Pierce |j
information of the
Opposite Court House For the
432434 12th ItreeC.PMM: 7* will state that the Miami p.\

not only wore black sloucli 1 t -
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SATURDAY- ;,.'JUNE _2s'i9oeI they wore a blue uniform
I buttons as welL The we
'%----- 7.I .--:- E. B. DOUGLAS PROP.
hat only would hardly co.,

I I .This'Date'In i Blitorylune ] the requirements of a the II 11 i .I

Kansas farmers are crying: '
harvest hand at big wages, Money Saving Event'ever offered in this city. We find that to begin altersi -

,23 In 1HBtorf.t unable to get them. Th"> i on the 1st 'of July it will be necessary to reduce considerable stock so as to have

t lit UMXM B. CV-iBttta Hsnsfhsl of Thra.J-- News says Detroit Is .In nee 1 in the store while the work is being done. To accomplish this we will have to

mat Aatrartd; MM Bo- al thousand skilled hands fdr I ) Merchandise which we will do. We must get rid of the goods. You
"ass army tad the Ro- ious trades and Industrie*!!I
tesa _.oand.r. Cata I for the prices will be right. Read every word of this advertisement and see how. ,
It7taeati IdUe4. .is not In the colored .beglj.
m-BattJe o( Fussy;CIMtacnvd South I.. but Its demand fj> I -

,tat ovr.nay>frdd--.a.\aad. BrMcfc tile tixfbr BID rufe-oo DupoM. greater sas farmers- than are the besieging supply !$f' f : ladies' ShirtWaists I Staple Articles I AlterationSp; !

_-sm..t mads Dupoat. admiral to paying fines and giving bajl.. I ,

Sa tile.tile Units dtiwsril States. died aavr..ta FhUadetphia dWInruUhed; to secure hands. The d., : '
r Mm in.- harvest hands Is only I Greatly Reduced ials ,in Hosiery

_-leetwaa 1rtn.aMp Victor collided there Is a permanent demand .
with tile CaapwdowB off TltpoU and! I ..
r Midi with .. Mora all over the country. Thh One line Madras shirt waist. i 500 lied spread 81x90; the recular '
,--xXarletta.uboal.. famoua toe busy nation and It Is t I: In plain white and black; $1.50 value alteration Department t
Rake did to Part; lion UM.M .' marvelous ;: some sold up as high as 12.50.sllgntly ; price..., ..,, ,,:.. ,,,,$1.1
-AdmJrml ,...,". d..tzor.ra'k checked prospering at a I 1111o I I. -
\ soiled and :
.. of UM Ba *.. n.tt at Port --o- Shirting 50 dozen ladles' Union Suits; Children's school 'hose In extra
In this sale at... ...... .69e I
$ Arthur: tile Russians lost a battleolbl, Col. Robert W. Davis r ( .... ....1J summer weight no sleeves: gfeod quality; |he 15c ones
oak and a crotoerJCAIT 1Mb1e4. Tampa Wednesday morn, Glnghaui One line French Lawn Linen I las on bottom; the "Sc values at per pair.........t..teMiss
-- ......* and Lingerie Waists made I ; In this great alteration *** ribbed hose labest
hl'
WITH-'THE'PATCH Washington where with j( Cambric 1{ in the best styles with\ I sale .1.... .... ... ....59c quality and IS cent: values;
has been spending ten days| ; lace and Insertion price ( this .
.. ... !
: OH HIS BREECHES *} IIOCj ladles' wrappers all sites
Congressman says the ranging from $3.50 to $300. Ladles' good quality cotton noee.Heat .
4-"Th1. U'the day for the man with Glares a number of leading Sheeting this special,, sale.$1.98 la (neat patterns and nicely weight and regular 2Sc
.. .....J made; the 11.50 quality alter
patch his breeches to come forward of detl . ... values, this sal*.lie
a on are showing signs Sheeting One tot children's Dresses. In adorn price. Me
and the manof-the-doUar to go Roosevelt, and these declare: [ ......$| odd sizes .madras, ginghams, .lott Ladles' beat lisle hose In both
j batiste and percale, all reduced I Odd lace and Swiss Curtains plain\ and lace; the 75" cent'
to the rear. will vote for William i : Cambric for alteration sale. full length and full width; ones at this sale.4eLaces '
That,was a fine epigram President an for President Theselj{! ., .... .. | the regular $1.50 value alters-
I Roosevelt let fall the other iaIn a CoL Davis thinks have mil| .1 One line Black Peau De Sole I II atibn price...... .... ...98eStevfna .
the Atlanta J I alteration Jackets worth up to $6.00;
private conversation. says time digressed from their > andEmbroideries
brown 11 sail
> i .....10. this sale price to clean up aeDhl
Journal'It" Bryan wave appears fmmt' In neat I n t... ... .. .. ..$,111 worth lOc a yard I alter- .
; nu all the ring In It of robust among nearly all the I atibn sale I prce..c:

a Democracy-the restatement of the Congress. Col. Davis di1t quality. .. A few more French Lingerie
I ... 91 $6.50 7.50 values Turkish. bath towels, worth 35c
\Valt to $ ;
r 'equality of man and the denunciation belief that the next Presldeo each .Ial'le size alteration .
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to In this sale at $3.98
ty go spec .. ... .. .. ..... '
; 10
l of special privilege. a Democrat price. Torchon lace and Insertion 1
.... ..10e Our entire line Lace Waists to
ry Every_citizen of the republic Is. i'E to g& go in this sale at Half.Price Good. quality cotton towels at to 2 1-2 inches wide, correct:

'tad of right :ought to be. equal before GERMAN-AMERICAN AL ..... .10e ea .II.. ... .... ... .......5equality Imitation of pure Linen tor-
IN STATE thou big line. patterns to select
the law with every otter.citizen-the c4
"" I) cotton towels, 17SL from; lOc to 15c .values
millionaire with closets full of breeches Opened In Pittsburg for a lit I G' Great Redaction I by lie vii. alt. sale..10e for these 3 days, a';yard..Be

and the man with only one pair Session. II.Plttlburg : Mcuito bars full size canopy. A beautiful line of cambric ant

and a patch..; 90( -Inch skirt; the SLSO kind muslin embroidery and laserJon. -.
June 23- TD \ t 2 to 4 Inches la width ''
It Is good to note this restatement in MuslinUnderwear alteration price.$1.11
German-Americans memb I and lOc to 20c nines
of the theory of par government This various societies and Another htg lot ladles ribbed this sale\ a yard .. .. .. ..Bo
Is not a government of the classes belonging to the OermA- 1 "rt'tt. to go at each.9o Elegant line pure Swiss embrol-
,by the classes and for the classes, but Alliance are assembled h 1 I dent and Insertion. 'In this
,"of'the muses by the masses and for part In the great state eoll" Ponlart line you will fid some of oucholeeet
the which nothing patterns In both
alliance opene!$
Al ration Prices
the He does not
masses. enjoy special
day for a three days' setilcm. ; $16 Children's drawers In good muslin plain andopen ercieLdectl ,
privileges because the classes have 140. turner and German & ....*.** ,- tucked with hemltltehecl' not one piece sold'for lea "r
!dominated the masses and taken over eties In'all parts of Peud.. cork hem. a palr..2Oc.25c:, 35e than ZSc up to Me; very special I
..their government I represented In the ( design*!; Ladles' drawers In good quality I ii 1 Wash GoodsDepartment for this sale a yard.v.1SoAlteration

Therefore the President, does well convention will close alteratlota muslin some plain with tucks
festival at Ross Grove s ......39c some with embroidery and.
to sat the men of the" '.boultJ \
masse .
of the meet wij some In dainty lace trimmings ,
come>- forward to claim for, themselves .I There.will be an l } : : : :::. Habtl-nltej-: at pr': S8c, 59c, 4Sc 9Se t. !. Priceson '

every privilege granted to every other: nactie,exhibition byvth .. ... Ladles' and] Misses' Chemises I ,
singing-by'a"mass thoruit, and look, 1 line beautiful embroidered .
man.. Either the mane he-dolla i In muslin nain are
should be disposed of hi.special'op.Dormalty'o -i thousand voices. .Dr. Hex .49cr trimmed in- embroidery anj Swisses.. blue. pink white yellow Ribbons .
"?
I Philadelphia president of Ihe .' Insertion and vale lace the and venderfigures ,on "
; > ; ,the man with the patch I American National Alliance: price are. ...50c:, 150. $2.98 whit. ground. sold' at' 75c kyard ,
attn.Lr.
should be given like opportunity. I Rev. Dr. J. H. Aabeck.: Kl. : > alteration price: ...39e 4,1peclsl lines to attract
II I I anc Mlsaes Corset,cov : tion. Ribbons In satin taffe
fee
principal orators at the
For It Is true that this government I in 1 lln a mull In
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dozen bands will furnish J. ors muslin and nainsook: cottombeautiful .Loneirines and Peau DeRelnes.
most cease: to be a government ofdolhri i forthe.musical numbers, fcf : beautirully made with dainty range patterns; lOUIe'ln Persian '. .
;, by dollars and for dollar., or gram and the dancing and Jin lace: sal embroidery to go some U dainty stripes sheer; signs; all worth double what
perish from' the 'earth. I ning prizes will be' awarded! ; at.. ..- ...14c 11c:. 38c.4tc. 59e will make np elegantly always we ark The' special price
40 alteration
.. Pod at cents:
.. The than with the patch Is coming. victorious, '' Ladles and Misses' Gowns, in Ice a yard... .....,....28e for this sale win be peryard
--t toe 15c..1', 24o
forward.. Dont mistake that He Is ls expected: that at least I j cambric muslin and nainsook, '. ;
1 llae beautiful cotton voilesanil -
I will attend the popular cellb: low neck and short'sleeves; .
,yarning'u'never; before about the ,the ,grove The German : 'w lat V neck and long sleeves;* Panama in solid colon; I 1
.unrighteous reign of privilege.. He Is'amased. Alliance has 'a -memberabt !I i Iebm.. trimmed. tucks and hemstitched black: white. navy grey cadet
.:angry. determined. S5.000 In this State' "[( ) .style yoke: embroidery anj and/ slice blue just the right Alteration Priceson .
: .
The man with a patch on his breech-I !Tbe local Turner and. o \ 1 : alteraUon Insertion 5 the better ones thing for little Jacket suits; -
: .societies have made ; trimmed "Iff 'Til lace price regular 35e to SOc values, al '
< Jig .. -.. ;
,
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(.h.I" the"majprttyvln' this coon : to make the convention and_ .r" f" at......:. 39e, S9e. 74e, 84e. WeLadles' tertlon tale prlce..2to: S'mOODS
.try.. And this Is "country of majorjtleL great'success.. 9 Waist
a ; short skirts In muslin 1 line- beautiful figured lawns
I 9
r -. : ; are and bash.11I. ,and cambric'. some with. plain organdies batiste and Swisses. One line 1adIe..11a., kid'n aad.- ... -
BIDS OPENEDFOR'TWONtWf about (0 choice patterns to .
o ( .to,be tucked i ruffles; some with embroidery -, leather belts some worth up
"" select# from goods ranging In '
"" ;
7t'b"'ten years slnce"W''tbe"Yeats1n some with lace and to 6S cents all la, his loc at
? sold at :
I .ehIngton June 25: price from ISc. 25e
-f to a yard; 'this ."...tsart
&ao.-8tIc.
/ the Senate have been Bled sflhe| .: .14.41.ineertlos.prWef" c. .
opened here today at the price a yard..10e
qm eklritalteration. ladles One
One line belts some
"
Same'time.. Let the Miami Board of rLadle.'atsd .MJ..Jouc
: Navy Department for"the ![ i lumen fcaT 35 ioca shirting percales, In vworth\ tip }toi1.00t this. laIC
Aldermen beware lest It.....21. the sixteen thousand ton & suits; a rla' muUt6cambrlt'andnalnj 4
nook These r skirts the neat stripe and figures feeprice..... ..:. .::: .. 410
record ill the B..at.t"5 :' iC igan and South Carolina tJtei) tJ"le_wlth '. are ev alas 1c,value. alteration price Ladies' silk gloves, all.,colors.

bo, _' of CoBgress.which ,was approved autboried March by 3. : : $.some'61-cl reu. 'f'-jpost er' shown.extraonJtoaryfV.aJmet m' thlSw'eoQntry; a 'pieces!Vard ... .... :... ....12 1.20 alteratJoQ> !'rSce.H. r':,...410

The sanuT.lacom.pT,the city for Each battleship! U to be 450 $10.50 some with beautiful embroid 21 lawns' beautiful figured

for the year has been' $18,000 and the to: have an extreme breadth ...$..,e ery and Insertion eome la In attractive patterns j'j'.j
dainty vat lace and Insertion; always sold at lOc a yard, al25c ArtIcle' to
annual feet and a mean draft of not; I go
expenses are $19,500. Let'saee .... .
price a yard .
twenty.four and a half feetj: { ..S9, 84e, 98e f.24., $19174 legation _
} ,.now that leaves $1,603 to the ba-
capacity will be two !)
:Oa. ..n. cherries will soon be ripe. and the engines to be of I i at 18c

1' pIt and five. hundred horaepower.r
might be possible that the people
Not at Rich as Roc : brown be Saved Violet Ammonia, for toilet and
coming here for the celebration would : In good Money can bath. .-IScZozodont

e like" to know something about the ho.el It yon bad an the wealth I at $3.0(1(): I Took: Powder..ISe'
..'and boarding house rates. This the . tee Uquld Soaodoat..ISo
teller SUndard.on_ Ulterln:1":: : ::: : :::
this SaleJune I
would, give them a clue as to the could not buy a better a t by ,Attending -
amount,of wherewithal to tote along bowels complaints than made s t. Mennen's Talcum Powder. ,18c
with them. Coma Cholera and Dlarrho !a!I at $3.iK) Menntni Violet Talc-urn..1e

The .most eminent physician ..-$2. 8 II 1 l'
a iI
prescribe a better preparation! !:
Last year two counties In Missouri and diarrhoea both for c Lineln .. ''t I I I I Another
-.. Soap day
Wt'
Z.
manufactured 24.9IO.S33 corncob pipe adults. The uniform .uc
which sold'at wholesale! for ${66,070 j remedy has shown it to e I : $1.19 I
The total output for this year is expected tQ all others it never fall j [ ; IIl.lrUl For 25 26 27 Son boxes toilet Kidp. 3 rakes
u> a fax the regular :o cent
reduced with water and 1 lar $3.1b I
to reach 30.000.003.\ The Missouri -I pleasant to take. Every i : ; ;! .93.48: ; kind; this sale. 90

meerschaum rank in.fame and be supplied with it. Sold B> I

Importance with the Missouri. mule. I Drug Co. and all druggist*; I II I





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PAGEl I THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS SATURDAY. JUNE fX 1506 .._ ____ _.___
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We: have just passed through jtbe; trying The man who has not had his will soon be taking ; J

ordeal of stock taking and find we have it. Summer Suits and Summer Trousers are usually -: i


the most Prominent apparel 1
items in a man's

Too Many Goods for mind when it eomes TIME TO "PACK UP..*: ..,/


j t Whether you GO Old WHETHER YOU STAY; t 1 1I i



SUmmeM I t W 'l1IDress You Well, :{


xc I :

'' ikE Y If you say so, a!Lit of soft Homespun: not a superfluous ounce .1:

and at this sale we propose .to,'unload some of our : : 'anywhere. This! season's spedal favorite. If you say blue or" :

best goods .at 'prices:that t will astonish you Remember25th :' z gray Serge- we'fc ready: single or double breasted suits: every

r i .!
r : ,ti season's favorite., You know our'qualities, OUT tailoring; and
,01
i our styles. You will find them hard to equal at our \
pries
Monday Jui I -


$6.50$8.00, $10 and $12' I


White Goods. Emroi ries I

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I
Madras, Dimities and Swisses
These goods are all new no Swiss;, Nainsook I Cambric,' -.- .. l
old stock to be worked off. All widths,1 I all-overs ,included in 1 i
this sale. A grand Sale
.
20c quality .15c Cr"edion. :
f.. 25c,quality at....18c35c .J I ,
,quality at.... *.. .. .... ..25c 25 ] ct. R eductionJardineres R. W. r
40c quality at ....'...27 l-2c per.I

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All sizes 25 percent kqdudtion
at .
,, : Men's Outfitter J Jr

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Lace Curtains Tow Is I
?322 Twelfth Street : : : : : Miami Florida ..
85c quality at,. ....65c Twelve dozen, all [Jnen Fringed I

$1.25 quality at... 98c Towels sto' go, at his- sale for -., ,>
1.75 quality at..$1.40 25 ones atl'+.. .... .. .. ..18c --- --- -1'- -- -- --------- -- :!.<

$2.50 quality at. $2.00 35c ones ai".t.. .... ... ...25c Southern. Marble & Stone Co. ,
$3.00 quality'at: : $2.25 1.0 VRATES
$3.50 quality"at. r$2.59 40c- and 4Sf ones at ... .. ..30c I 4 8. HOOAN Headquarter STREET.JACKSONVILLE for 4

All our fine Bobinet Curtains at ,10 dozen all linen h nmed Towels Building Stone Marbl, etc.

t 33 and one-third per ct. Reduction 35c value art if!... .. .22 1-2c ,
-- ,4 :MOSAIC AND/ TILE WORKFOR

FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MAN r+ELS. ETC.MoMdKDta VIA
Baskets-All kinds to go at dour ov; rn price ,Geaeral Ceaneterv wrde..

..' Inr-tWort.. U..ac.ll.dr.duti.. Iio.rt.clw.I Pro.pt 8erYIc-. SouthernRailway


Skirts Infant's ,II I inen' .I : M. J. Yarborojugh II j

-t- ,
85 skirts / dress'White ; -
'consisting -- 100 yards 36 in.
Linen.MohairBrown wear linenjj 60c quaL, 45c Contractor and Builder.
Linen and a ; $ 1co New Haven Cocm sad r'*>
few'wool ones. This Our entire line of : > Bander of the Palm Beach Hotel, ton. Ticket oa sal 1... 3.1. ?
:
sale half price. ,All these goods will be : 250 yards of 40 inch limited June. Enaaslo Jia .,:
,:goods -: are marked .out at this sale-at ; I whit]lawn, 12 l-2c i House Moving a Specialty{ 30 torn.. UOC Baltimore Stop-oTers, Philadelphia, Wa41.cI aa4 I i'

in PLAIN FIGURES ONE-HALF PRICE ; ,! quality I at i. ...9c ,L Miami. Florida I New Tort 'j t I

.' I. : y W.M: Baton ICaaa, sad ratara
tR Tickets oa tali May 31 .. JaM
J Corsets-Big lot odd number, !$1.00 val. 40c I, United. Jan 13. nteaaloaJaly : "
11 UOC Stop orara. WasVbKtoa. 'j
it-1 ii ,
.II 1 j w. J. Brown .Baltimore Philadelphia, ;
11 / New Tort$14.M ;

; : SbiJtWaists; gibbons AshcTffl, N C, sal rstarm. ,
: Ticket oa sal*Jua. 7. t, .. 14.Is ".
1C limited Jane 37. UOC
Every waist in the house to on Monday [ all Sanitary
go we propose to eclipse i $ O." Loaiarin, Ky. sad 'retara. ,
sale,i Monday only' at.25 per cent. previous ribbon'sales [ever held in Ticket oo sal 1... 10 11. O,, ::
, reduction. 30 waists bought out of this.dty.II'Ribbonsj'at your own I Plumber Hailttd JOB 3X Jd-:: atos Jalz I IU I
.1" 1 : drummer's'samples. Each waist is price in all widths|and all colors. I UOC ,,

.,... J' .different. All.white,_34, 36 and 38 .:i : .j I ,".11 Hot Bprtac*.Va. aa4 retarm.Tlcksta .
T- ,only.These, waists. goat. half price Baby. ribbons, this tale, Ic per yd.I oa sal Jane. 1.'10. n.
:;:or ---------- -- if1' t .UmlUd Jane 11. 1304.ns.is
; ', 1O19 Aye. D, Miami .
.
: KaozrUIa Ttaft sad recoraTickets
Is lit .' I t- oa Ml* Jn. IV:II. 13,
Any Hat_in stock, at this sale 25 :p+ centoffc; : .1.,. ./ertUaat. MI..sarlutsw a fruDlq OD her lee. which- bat-- 33 24. 30 Jolt T.: 14 II tialtaiflftcra
;, ; Aajn. Jz1aIicIa s.L10,1od.
\ ili tossed trrU loss ,.... Ore.teeaattMk -
\: .. .. ft'oC pll.e wocm4a sadcores
e If I ;Wks I-va a dnsstet, at Urea.vrtUa
... 110 at all dreg athrssNOTICZ $14.ti ,AJMTflla. Q a 4r.c.r.. !
Ia )i. T. J. DwJtr. low el ,
Unbleached t .; TklwU oa Ml* Joa 31, 37. pt.
? Re
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Soaps i imnants G'ra1rt1D' Jlo tai of ay earta UmIte4 Jill,10, IfOC.til. .
; J era were pennaacaUjr cared ot eoalunptfoa TO CREDITORaID
.i Muslin We are agents for the celebrated : 1 table |of remnants br Dr.Kluf New Dlaeorary 35 Uontead. Traa. aa4TlckU r.tarn
Utile Webb Complex j' and art well and strong tolny. Oa* oa loll lane J>,30.JmJy
.Full 36.inch wide, a km Soap and to further introduce I and ach price less wu trriac to tell his property and Court of the.County Judge, State 3. 4. UmltM August II.DOC ExUMlon
: of Florid
'
i good quality, 16 yds it we win sell it on than Cq'A':n.. Lawns, more to Arizona but after wing New ID re tats,of October XX 190C
, foru., ; ... .$1.00 Monday at 12 1-2 ct*.a cake. ginghams, percales. DUeoTery naaecessary a to snort do Urn so.,I ae regard fooad Dr.It Jacob HaD..1L Dade CoutJ. 13110 MUw nke WU, and retvs.
To all Credito. Tickets ale An I .
King's New DUcorerr sa the most Legatees. Dldzlb oa 10. 11. O.
teN and all Persons having C1&1ma llinlt J Acg. 33 II04L
wonderful medicine In existence.
or Demantf. agalwt Bald tats
Throat Sorest and Conch Lung and healer.Cold Ovarsntevd cure and You and rich of you an berebynotlfed Passenger & Ticket Office
OUARTERMAN aDd required to present any
1 BURDINE 6
bJ'1 jail Jroalits. SOc<< sad II. Trial claims and demuds which you or I I
bottle; free. :either of yoz maT hue against the
I eatate of Ja b Hansen, deceased.late l 108 W. Bay StreetJ.
A Mountain of Gold of Dade con IT, Florida to the undersigned
I I Twelfth Street, Corner Avenue'JC i Miami 1 i Florida two ezer 1U 'ton from of the laid date eetate hereof.. with.In C. LUSK
r could not bring ss irach bappinesi to Dated JUD I. A. D. lto&
, } Lucia WUke. of Caroline. Wlsasjdid ., Carl Laneu.Hau I District Passenger Ager.tJacksonvUle.
] one 25c box of BucUen's Aral Ander.onz..slt.rs.
ca, Salre when It completely cured .! Floridaf.



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MITItOPOU''ATURDAY; ItM 1 'TWELVE'PAQES!
JUNK 23
THE DAILY MIAMI
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Souvenir PAD FOUR -Post CardsLARGi&r: \ LINE Ofj ''(SOUVENIR, SPOONS Watches and JewelryREPAIRING I


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I'I 20 cents a dozen t f Jli1At j. rSctJ.fhWJ. aSTO E j .



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J STATE DEPOSITORY CITY DEPOSITORY* :,II i'' 'iiJ'r f 11.own t. Jt'J 1r.o ;tt oVh ; I'' WELLS & ,GRAVES


rE ,cEireE3 : Are prepared to execute
wo; 'i I'_ >:I -'-' I -
THE I orders in their
M t. s. A. Alsabrook. of finer Mr. J. \\. Chambers cashier In the<
If (he leading clUzens and local electric light and waterworks
BANK f oat town. Is In'town today on but- office left last night for Wes I I '
FIRST NATIONAL the a anJ pleasure combined. Palm Beach {/where his family rude Millinery Department
He will spend the week end there, ,
cottage on Avenue C] frelto << returning here Sunday! night Mr. I i
Skaggi
MIAMI: FLORIDACapital I I November lit. finely furnish. Chambers has recently built a hoot. Designers of the latest Summer stile,hats
$25.00 a month. J. H. Taton there which j III one of the most comfortable

: j 1 I on the lake. i Ladies Tailoring )

< .l I I C. Frost; one of Danla's eat hosier. wants to list year srspany Department

I : : $50.000Surpluslnd I ; and settler of the flown. ...a
I For fctreet carriage and costumes, .
evening
city today looking after sonu" Wanted Clean cotton rags at tat '
Interests and making pur has- offlca. waists, tailor gowns and coats '
Proii i $13.500 I I IBracelet I
s of various kinds '
eel! I _
The government suction dredge 232 Twelfth Street Miami ;
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$500,000 wants t. list yew pnspedyjMra. "Florida" which has been here for I II II
Assefs,!over : : the past two days Is stlirat the Terminal I '
'POlt. dock awaiting the arrival of a
Harry C. Budge wife of [ I
I' barge which Is being towed south bya
master Budge mill leave with) her I I ;
launch via the Inland route. The
Mountain '
I HI-o children tomorrow night for
President Florida will then resume her Journeyto
E. M. BRBLSFORO City Tenn.where they will tpend
EDWIN A. WADDELL VIce-Presldent I Ij Tampa where she will be stationed r
-1 the summer. !I
W. H. SPITZER. VIcePresldentEDWARD the next six months or more.

c. ROMFH IiCaahl.r.; /j WantedTo-Rent: house bjj very BROSaiKR. wags REAL ESTATEA I

small family. Berlngton. care Metropojls. i Offers
.
I 4' J'I I' wedding took place this morning Special
at the LaBree house the contracting
suJjenlyi
I Mr.: E. L. Brad'lett here I parties coming from Danla tilt moranlng. -
oompoundeOiauarterly. an ws reo
Pr centfpald ontsavlng-s. Sunday for Miami In respodle to
The bride is Miss Rosle Johnson
intentlon'towithdrawA I I
Quire. no notice of kit saylag
from manager;
:, :; part or all.of your.deposit I 4; he:telegram roof of, his warehouse at( that t of that!I place and the bride-groom I I T I
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I Mr. J. W. Connell of Cuba. The happy
T>lace had been blown down by the couple will return to Danla tonightand ; For the week ending Saturday June 23
severe wind and rain storm {About later go to Cuba to make heir ,
-- 13,000 damage was done. JTltus- where Mr.
future home In that place
T Mlle Advocate. I II ConnEll has business! Interests. Rev.H. I

G. Porter performed the ceremony. Ladies umbrellas, worth I' Linen Towels ,worth IScst
r f Wanted- Cleasi at this 9C
.' I I offlce cotton rats \ I 75 cents, at........... 59c ...... ..:... .......
BROMICR means Mf 1n,,.tmeiHs I '
I Boys' Wash Suits, worth flu,, Table Damask, worth Meat

Weather Doesn't t Count when Dr. R. C. McGahey will shortly receive Those desiring carriage hire will I ILZ5 at............... JUU ........ ........ 9G
.
: the machinery for a large sawmill and flrstclass serviceby
and will locate the name at Goss- receive prompt lien's Night Shirts, worth Shoes, worta 1-501
bad man on the line of the Key West ex applying to Mrs. Arnold 301 11th 7J yenta at........... 59c.al. ........ ...... .... .98
Actual Bargains to be tension. He..m probably erect a Street Phone 150. I'
: Uen's Trousers )iell'. shoes, worm $too
: logs tram more road conveniently for the purpose and of a traction hauling I The daily rainfall here for the past 12.50 at...........worth.. 1 1.75 I atBoys'.......... ......... .5
the'
I ;wo weeks' has greatly retarded: I '
engine will be used for locomotion.TJmbrellaa mildlnz gclis on \r.\ the city. There : Men's Negligee Shirts an I Shoes worth 1M|

reeoverd. :ire upwards of twenty new buildings I II worth T5c 5& at .......... .... ,:
repaired and I of construction andn : I
In course
now
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'Actual Bargains Leave at Racket Sror nearly they are wanted j '+/ Ladles' Lace Hose worth Infant's shoes. to
J- i 'I at the!every earliest case possible date. It S5 cents i In. oat at.........,...:.. I
GROVES. COTTAGES. KIULMcALLISTERBECK. soon for the car- !
be compulsory
ETC.l' -r-ajr mechanics White lawn aprons, worth Ladles' Dressing Saes!
I I! enters and oil other skins skilled but it Is j i ito 15 cents 19c worth "So at........
work In bope.ll
: : Sell in the rain I i Carroll C. Smith last ot > rrtyed he wet weather will soon cease to be I i ia Ladles' Ribbed Hose, U in.. i| Ladles' Walking S
In the city Saturday aid re-
nalned until Thursday visiting hU 1 source of annoyance.- worth 15 cents at.... IvVrj worth $440 at........

aunt. Mrs. H. A. Buky and family. BROMIER wH ..".. JTCMT rent White Counterpanes are Ladles Walking d [d
the 23rdll Mr. Smith left Thnrtday .aofa>> for worth |US 9& worth '$5.50 at.., ,.,
.Saturday June bolder Fla.. where he sill. visit[Mend*
'or a few days, returning here the NOTICE
I IT Irst of next week Palatka 'News.prices.. I The committee on subscriptions are '
: '
.
I ,, 13 FnrnlchM 11th street.rooms at summer" I eqnested he. secretary" to make of the dally finance reports committee to- I I Isidor Cohen ( Comp as



Miami Shoe Co. : i ... I! 30312th Street Miami, orida I,

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: Opposite Express Office, Miami Fly ridaJHTATUM .


I : Anl In vital ion .- a PIPE DREAMS THAT MC TRUE
srJ He can afford to sml U an his
pipes, trap and drains la foodnightmare.
: .... .. ... 'I' repair. Die his

FINE PLUMBI a

r dream would tarn to .
Spring's here- be eaitui that vt.
: CoT dew drops from your ee A $nd i
& : sudden crop of boiler It; await yosiwaataxp
; : : are cordially' invited to call at our new store 13ft 'i Send for ui when you | rt
YOU D e D, between 13 and 14th streets, just opened and ; plumbing M low rates. Finest saa-
Inspect,our Immense stock of wall paper hangings from itary work on new and o jobs fufcfrCO.
I ly Jone. I!
the World Famous Robert Grave Co. fs tory. awarded
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REAl ESTATE' ) I the Grand prize all'':competitors st .the World's Fair, St. "" H. F. SCRUGGSII .
J Louts; AH the\ late novelties' and decorative'effects are la I AVENU

: bSpecial- STOCK and we are enabled i to meet every requirement.Vc:

.. I are the sole agents for Harrison paints and carry the following.brandsJiarrison.Towni'fc" +
L' .Countr). Harrison Pure Colors, SHOE YOUR HORSESHOE

-11th st..-only-$1400 I ,Harrison Carriage aDd VVazoa Colors,Harrison White Lead andWhite C PM YbUR HARE."
bargaln.on Lead and ZincCombination; ,in t A everything in Hartj- .
."'. _'- ',Lot on Twentieth Street,only $ 500 t I son's paint line, because Haniaoa'a'palata ere the best.- They any Ume yoti sand Ole i arooi- do
.
/,. are made of the best materials and are the result of over 1M r i the Job right, with con ilderatta for
Two lots In "sa View"for bnly $ ISO 1 1r ) look the best I '
They
f years of good pine. naklnc experience. :your animal's feet and your pocket.h .
"Riverside'' lots from $150 to $1250 wear the longest and spread farthest. Therefore the cbeape 1. I h e n; Long experience jtemptJ u Into say-
a ,.Pratt&Lambert' varnUbesj of every description.'t Everyrsr''* I r ., YS. 4 tugs we' bow >low,to tad do aatlafy
T v' JT' i. the beat made*.said < "
I i TUb user knows tha in :Miami Riverside: tae'P.bce to get i U, for outside work.No.38
t If .want a borne wrffl find on hand Spar'"varnish .
you you, In
our car* II
'! list atop a minute and think forJy&urseUJII All these Iota1aate/ Preservative: Ill Cabinet ,Bard OH Finish for interior.Coach ; ; I
'city water, electric lights, and will have a street ctr and so forth. ,W J I f
f. sewerage Body,*Rubbing. tc.ivlI11iIbea[ for psrriagea: : j .' )
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office A.DANf
I in 30 days and Ton are in lea than 5 >lock ot the poet aqd and products.'The.Muralp .
of Doaier wit; Gsys paints
":** a full line : .
la ireefurever. We have rry .
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from the bridge ; [ I
lot us tlnti-cold
[ if buy a
sold you more than 160 lots over there and hive not, nor will not sill'to Company'a +jWall Finish In all the: dlfferrnt belong : +- -:.'--. 421 1ewIItIt .ttra_ *. *., ML... Pta
[
J fact everything
one, to build shanties on. The buyers art:all welltodoand ; ; water paJnta for In and outside useIn ,I f 1 .
t" '' any will build only food houses Five tone ones.are just t> flg, lag in_.firstbMS paint store,"will be found and constantly on .. ,
completed and two more foundationalaad. We expect more thin- hand. We are the paint people. Ghre us a trW:our goods are r ,T"7---: ;,' -:-'- -:- -- -; '--1. 1fit

j J, 20 houses to be builtthere; this;summer. 'It la fine Jam I and' the best and,our prices areright. RESPECTFULLY YOURS
no bamocks are near to harbor mo qaitoe.. We mean to b did a Tlit. I 1 .+-. -
sea wall on that side of the "riverand a boutennt..ao-we expectto : .
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Dade : uos, ,
than in County .
be freer from>insects any' spot '
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the same distant from the post office bring frog,,$1500 to: 5000. I 'R' {
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have boat in fresh rater t' I
Come on buy now.where yon can your .
'" ;:and free from storms and yet a perfect breeze from then r.fi If' r 't'; I ;
want to build a good house at once,..we will loan yon {het / : I 41 41E
yon money at 8 per cent-which will cost you less than one half]what"i Gus.AlMuUer&S&nTelephone E (: J><* REO ; :!I.ll
rent. We mean'to make'this the resident por-
: are paying
yon
tionof the city ana you will certainly regret it if you do not 1 bUl" I.

before1 we advance prices II fj, ,I: ..fl'i! 120.( 1309 Avenue D, Miami, Floridai I :! 0

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FOR FIRSTCLASS HorseShfreliifr'' -- J Carries a* many pas.engera: climb more bills: roe just a*

Bargains at Armstrong Grocery C' fat: flea less gasoline and tire; in safer and mo reasil. ,
AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE II : I IL The I controlled: just a.. luxurious and comfortable ai d cot
I -- less for repairs than many cars that hell for donb a or treble

L. F. LaFoutisee 703 7th Str i Fresh Epgs, per dozen . . .22c : iu price. :: v Send for the REO book that t ells why

.., t 7 bars Octogan Soap for . . 25c
-- ---- ,,-- .- :! 15c can Peas. . . . . . lOc
--' ---- 't 15c can Corn. . . . . . .lOc

E. A. RobinsqVi Choice Prunes per pound. . . lOc Mia ni i Automobile
J I 6 dozen boxes Matches. . . .. .25c a
Electric 13th Street. near PostoHke
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: Contracting it; i -
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fMt DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS SATURDAY. JUNE: 23. ta9s P'"i& 'lft1
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t Is the Quality and : ; I : the quality 'and

the Price that make Everythinjg 1 '"For The"House' price that maws>

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.otu goods' popular II' I



furniture,. Carp els, Rugs, Mailings, Kitchen Utensilsof



F : every des :fipton? ..


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]Frank f T. :]Budged i I a: .: nth. Street,1ami" 1: o_ 'is, .



Mr. J. B. Hockadayj superintendent
Offlce'Phone35 H. 'M. KiNG Phon es {lot the Southern Division of the Express -

,Cupid Went A 1 l ; Company, with headquarters In w
4nbalmer Savannah Is in the city today look-
i Undertaker;! and I Ilni' over the interests of the Southern
|Exl ream Company. He! will slay two
Fishing 1300 AVENUE? (for three days.uylers J&farfltW"(

RESIDENC* 219 7tlj} STfcEEl
i H chocolates I I and bon boot.RE .

SO rents: per pound at Blucayne Drug ..



f jjer zonal' \\j.e etflofes I } :1 I I I ihel toe Bio TI e.le Baptist tomorrow Children Sunday night s IJBJ-at! School the exercises chore will at all Three% I Psach.PeachesWhMeliW set


7:3 L A special rehearsal will be
I' h.. Carrie Lapham has gone to it a lysfto Insist on having Blue Ribbon heldaj tomorrow morning; at the Sun-

I New York to spend the aummer.I I Lemon or Vanilla. Absolutely school hour. A I male quartette Did | o net **ak k' Much Praise is
I pure twice as far. will bf' one of the main features of Goes right to that laJntr

Mules and hone for hire at-tie Miami : the program. potaBdmakMyoMasepolasaaitcdcHCambcf. Bestowed
(
I M s Alice Walters is In the city Teacaat
Stables .
Transfer | I.from Little River today. .......e* want to list rprtpertJ let tough ad you upon the Norma Martinet "pr by

West PWm caa'driAk too orach.A those who smoke It
Mr. Joel A. Dean of M ail Mrs. Fred Hunt, of Key regularly. Aad it
Beach down this morning Viand t CIt A wee.FROM deserves an of It. No better dgaT wa.
came f Wes 4, ate In:the city stopping with AL ESTATE.!: MRS. McALUS-
will spend the day here on buslni! L I Mr. indpJrs. Wt H. Challle.r TBR-BECK I ever cold for I eenta. Th ftallty
'-. U uniform and excellent Maay at
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H' Miss Laura Hovelihrud Is enjoying fr. double the proee are not nearly aogood.
r OMIER star ixssuainhMrjs.
A ,ring waiJhebalt' .he 'eaugb.thearL the sight of a One new piano In,her mean children Mrs R. Bj Elnlg and two .
a He never! would have caughtIt I home, purchased from the Cable Co.w T I left this morning for Lynne AcmcBottlingWorksSixth Bat that li only oat food thug la
BBROMIER. nbroow and dau&hter EHlza- Flat. where Mrs. Einlg and the children : this stock ofCIGARS
though. If the ring hadn't been abcanty I HEAL .. betb of Delray: Ipeill yesterday In will spend the snmmer. After a AND
means TOBACCO
-TAr- Mlao L ......]Weet e* tfcs !.. FaeteryAT '
> i iyleii tw ji weeks Tlslt other
< to Ocala and
.
We ;:o M tat ring any nave iI To mention all would require* more
Sew I poi iti In the northern part of the '- -
plenty!' more_just as good Ask to There will be a meeting of the '. Hihave chocolate.and bon bona. State Mr. Einlg will return to Miami t : space than we eonunaad.: ,...,..Perhaps
band organisation on Monday nlg'bt'al Drug It will be sufficient to say that th*
80 c > |per pound at Biscayne and go into businessSummer
see the TIFFANY PLAIN RING Youngs barber shop. |I| Stor >nt.l I cigar cigarette and pipe smoker caa
I get here anything he wants

MAYNARD & SON SEE MRS. MCALLISTER-racx: M j ABOUT,! REAL ESTATE I I I been visiting Mr. and .Mrs. W.
H. SI pitztr this week. leave for their HAYESThe '
JEWELERS: AND. OPTICIANS f Mrt George O. Butler, DaJe's popn- I atjPalm Beach tonight. Picture rramrs made to orl1_. The .
1{I lar tax-assessor, returned to Miami Thom I I ,
Next Pest Office Miami, Fla.
to
f this morning after spending the past i il..o I H Te ou registered for summer sta..ed I ALL DRUQQirrS$ Cigar Man
weeks at Pompano. ||
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I te Miami Conservatory- I OPPOSITE HOTEL BISCAYNE
morning from business trip In the
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Jog K ofMss northern part of die Mate. White
Lost- Friday night pointer ; 1
Mrs. L ( McAllbter-Beck answers to name of Bob. Reward If I away, Mr. Rhodes stopped off at T1tutvllle I
of 8t Anne's
l1e Uslnle, one Hawkins
returned to Miami Sporting I I ladles, returned to look over his large orange J. B. B. L LaeUr J. L Lummue
:1J8; ;popular young grave there and added a number of :
Store.
Real Estate o h_ home this morning after a trees to the taken from his
1 grove nursery. -
Cb '. Mrs. H.T. The Miami Co.
J two wee) visit to Mr. and He also went: to Jacksonvilleaccompanied Grocery
)fro J. R.' Elliott, proprietor Pomar.
by Mrs Rhodes ,
Rentals In and
uranceOUkea Empire Dry Goods Store In : I
returned this morning from a business their children who are going to spend
4r.
Wen estabBsbel'meacan Groceries -
l' e tfca'summer io die norm. Staple and Fancy
"alchen Bldg. trip. to JacksonTllle. business paying $230 a month I
L' rRUITSand VEGETABLES
I grot s prints for about f L800 on easy lumber .
fertnixer. furniture ants
t Victor Talking! Machines; IS h H. Tatum Co.
fJ. *
Suite No. 2. 320 1:2. 12th SL and $1 weekly. Largest stock,' of tenpa. I heavy freight handled by the Miami i Our stock of groceries ia complete aDd we think we can supply
j jI records In Dade county. Bush; about everything required in tile baking line. Our aim ia to keep
Marshall, of Danla Is In
MT. A. county.
Safford Piano Co I w only beat class of and them will b
--I they groceries oar price on ?
to4a10n business. Mr.,Marshall I
I found be Goods delivered to rf the
Jacksonville 1(0 ] Mrf\ T. A. Price have recently IROSSIER win eelteet .... tq rifht. promptly any part
THE RACKET STOREMosquito Mrs. E. A. Robinson of red; the general store of J. P. -' yew city. Opr fruit and 1'egetable1atock always resh. Give uu call
home after .
; has returned to her ,
paying a rlslt to Mr. and Mrs. Tit! W. I Nix ft: tmplU11' of that place. LOST I
J Telephone 20 335 Twelfth Street Miami FloridaJLJST
-tS : -- ,--- Jackson, at their home on 12th sttf'et"j Cushion frame.Columbla chain : \
fal r1A.CE I Dollars and a half book. containing Return for reward to. \V. U. 1.1 I
meet full description San Francisco earthquake Cli rk's Office.
ht Ten thousand copies popular I aid fire. Katie Sonles. Cocoanut .
music at lOc per copy Bush ft-Safford; I Groe! Fla. ...
Canopies Piano Co. m rhere are many people woo caareaj I
.l human nature In the lines of the
4rs. j W. Foster child, who
IwUl !I and hand. They tell to j I their own satis- I
'
1 .Mn- .J. W. Cardy and child ha bEen spending the week with fa
Uon what kind of carries
leave In a few days for Palatkawhere I Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McLendon. left a person
; thf hand. There others who
the family propose residing In future thi mofnlng for Stuart where they are caa
Mr. Lardy baring headquarters there will for a abort visit when they i tell M: man tirJic--0'...way he holds his READ!
'taL head. Ti
-r- ": h-s who Call tell
as.a plumber.1Piano .. will COif their home In Plant City. by) U.- ....-.... ,. i. Mn-1 of a

l i pefttx. be a, >.. ._ ...j ..&1" there 1smtach
f72 bargain- Oak nprKht.flne \ "oodsilll for sale good profits and at..'!!
condition rest rung; f 165 takes lti|. $10 I sm 01 Investment. J. H. Tatum ft: plil von ....r slop ?t" think that yoau ---
cash and $5 monthly. Other ba( JnL i Co i|J : .: tell a arm by its advertising
Bush a: Safford Piano Co | 1 L Study the ads In this paper and roe a
1 Pe tIDe done at the Metropolis-
wfll be surprised how true to life they
Mr. Byron I. Lasseter went Up to office al reasonable rates. are. This la a better test of our theory and if you don't find what

1iz...........1.10to Danla last night where he goes to' Jrt.i than any thing else. Ton know
siz.$1.45 look'after hit Interests at that tflaceIt : |*. J. Sweet was among those the merchant and you can: Judge bow .
la rumored that Mr.::.Lanete will departing on this morning's train enrate far wrong wt are. you want tell: us of your re
We handle the 100 and 108 size also some day transfer his Interests atDant. ,tfl New York. where she wills There are the arms who have been laiujslaes
the Patent Spring Back Canopy attachment .. to Miami. .I I < nd tie snmmer. During her.stay a long time and have a fair
for either wood or Iron beds. sh< will ylalt Mrs. George W. Mnrffltt.whj business at a good prop They are quirements and we can come

..Oar. .. *.nets- ar'.I.n... full size-''"and" -r.beat, '.,Amon; the";'departures! ),lat_tight is mow la Onondago. N. Y. )fr. aatlsfled to let things take their course
.materials for the North were Rer. Fathers jQaffneyand -! Sweet las enrolled 'on the large list Their ad tells that they caa: be fonda supplying themN
-:- -- "Kennedy. The"'former!: returned I of krassf widowers who are trying hard- }the same old place and their gooaisrs pretty near
to his charge In Georgia while to lIye down their lonesomenees.Oo th same aa a.wlG there U souse
.-WE. SELL EVER YTHINO- Father Kenned went to West Palm I I h' t 1 I to change the reading hence their

w.H.'Chaiie&So'ne Beach.'Father Kennedy win hereafter 'i o'Martin's Shooting Gallery ad stand the same all the-year,,and I
.1 \ & ,be An(charge' of {he, {parish. here.Hnylers III win- the box of fine cigars that are year after year. '
\ i glen war for this week's highest There: are other firms who make I
chocolates and bon JoD' score'aid dont forget the Winchester sensational: rung of price below the

1211 __'O,"Mlamt Fla."J '.,.80 cent,per' 'pound, at Blaea11leprq" rifle;that li going.- .M-for "the r'noath'i- cost price and when yon real It,you 151 Three lots on Ave D at$500 each terms halt cash I
,
Store; M. : hi [hest sorce. look at once for the hook for you know -
( sad 19 Cut :Aaaax at lug Are. AG '<>'0
: ftj Is a'bait because no nan eaa'aeU
N 153. -Two lots on Arena D and South Watee street

--I :H.H. Brad well good below coat unless he makes, nnitr.p oved, price $800 each or both for$1500.
Old Virgiia Farras Irs. :_ op some other ftT.aI.n.e
; .
; M! WINCENTP6gsidanend ; .. la the fflrm.wlth the eatchMnteace
II
G : n ':t 2. l r.... .._. D;_ w.JOGr: j...,." 'N! 154. Lot'' 75x100 on Avenue D fur $2000. $1000 cash,

..r Mfld (M*. tteap Hoaes.lead f That was a fool thing to advertise aa4 balanc i In one year. There i ia a little houses oa this place which

( StfrgeoA4urtt II for fro'"atalo cofltaM9Cibrgest tbe *J'p-Q.a rHUfinery \ tfte'ray-lt watru aIIon4't2&e firm pays$ 80! per annum. Property will .make a good business site
;. was jaew.tm.the: advertising field. It
male J Pfwa JSpodalty.. 1st b the state.Casselman !I was !ru atO,'everybody.waa. tired N
ypsda..oti'ae.etr4'! oferrliurtrrc. "f! rj Soods" Far t Notions, aad the 'paper did uofwaat to prtat this property there are six house in good ccnditi. the yearly
:: t. : Dressmaking Ui: aty.beger.rona that Bra made
;Residence'%14.,14th St.Odice .- : .; '& C 0.:1 .'" : Fashionable / afebang.01 front and aJrertljed that rental I'amounts to $720 aDd the price is only f47SJ. with $1200
and .
: room 1, 6,...,.,.Hatcbett. .t. .BMASummerfrlCesl, t",r: c,: 3 RICHMOND VA .' : .Call Inspect they woeJd flU any order-mad to the cash and balance in annual payments of$500.
," catalongne house for I caw ISM thaa
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.. -- It could be delivered from Chicago. Nit.< 156. One good two story house facing the bay and 3

J Everybody'said it could not be done Iota for$3210, terms $iOO cash and balance to suit
: .Jrnijl'i'/l tat! the arm mad good their promise valuable,

: ;' .. net that to always the test of valie ofadrarUatac. .158. Three four room two story cottages, price for the

.. +. ,,1 :1. 11 Jh fIi Their ads have bw of $3000. Win sell separately. We can five very liberal!
> tb*kind that It takes very llttl tort
t'New t.Ye k:.W.otidi cr for the mind of tile,observant totemgeat'reader Nj.< these. Ask for them. '
t ) aad'buyer to see that
1 .I 1 i :New Y their Bae:
sate $3,500.
Philadelphia Press MIAMI HARDWARE COMFANT.

thursdchfor"1 r awe wait your IDOM). f

". Philadelphia RecordScEach I i ;


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20c per,week with: Sunday I I II

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ROCKEFELLERS 33 YEARS FROM WEALTH TODAY'Y YIf TURNS TO WINA. COWP BRIDE] 1llF: Great Sal of Table: Linenk:



:
I Napkins 10

all
College Mai Successful/ :
Continues to Grow Will
it
Be $25,732,000,000Impossible spires With the Dajjgfeter CoI- W. M. Burdine cuts prices deep in the interest of stay home people. Sale for 10 days oi ly

of a RanchmaiL



For the Human Kind to FATHER OBJECTED TO DUDES 'Bleached Damask "

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Comprehend the Vastness of Sucl -

r "- Sum-His Wealth Now Reaches Taking u Assigned NamsJ Persistent I W L sell only the quantity I ,

a Gets a Job *a Wyomlof.!. Cat- of ttch number advertised
9 Over Six Hundred Mfllon Dollar tk Farm and Ceow sHlth rto Patient Boarder-Mrs.Starrel ( :
1.1 can stand having hasp every d}y
b AHSstftor L
He RIg
Mu" 14 the week, but when on Sunday youpit
raisins In It and call it mince
celebrated In the I draw the line.WraMaf pie 4 pieces of bleached pamask, 58 28c 2 pieces bleached damask, an linen 68' ,,..

"With the solemn assurance from Wyoming A marriage"cattle recently country was the Inches wide, price JSc, sale. 62 Inch, price 85e,this.sale. '

Mr. John D. Rockefeller's own physician. of an uncommonly i Intrentlng .. 5. C...llcm<...
Paul Mien }(. D.. that Mr. Rockefeller culmination romance of the plaint. The her. 4 pieces half bleached (2 la.linen 2 pfecesbJeacheddlmnt'aD Bo04,

baa every prospect of living olne of the romance was 4, well e4u Price sixty-flve cents, this sale IOC en, 79 Inch,price $J, this sale. .0_ ',l lI "'

to be 100 yean,old a most Interest- cated young western glrlj' the oi;l ly;
Ing nvw question baa arisen aa'to the daughter of a gruff old cattleman' and 1 piece mercerized Damask,extra .62c.48c pieces bleached damask,an linen 98'

probable Immensity,. of the Rockefel the hero a young college man from the I nice,, price 75C, this sale. . 72 In.wide, price 1A sale. "-
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ler' billion! thirty-three years from They became acquainted: with,escb
3 pieces bleached dam&sktaQ linen 4 pieces bleached !J
other In ; Orleans, wbefe both nad mukaDBn1.2'
now. }ew .e '
(2 In. wide 65 and 7Sc at en 72 In. wide ,,
Thirty-three rears from now- or to gone to witness the Mardi fJras festivities. ,. .
fell In love at sjodwhen / i -0 -
be exact on July 8, 1938-Mr. Rockefeller They once
will celebrate the one hundredth they' met later on In JVaahlurtpn 0 t '., _
they became eupjte anniversary of his blrthJay-provided was furious. "I won't hare yon "
of course, that he lives to fulfill hisphyaician'i marrylnc any college dude*f he aak .

prediction.And father" the girl anawered. rir.,. 0 e Napkins Towels
thirty-three years from now Fielding to a college man. bat" be faa lot 0
dude. Whom do you wish me to
0
if his millions continue to increase at 00 .
Jl.rt'1co"'borr |
Y;', the present rate Mr. Rockefeller, at That would depend upon the c w- 0 0 19 dz. Linen Napkins, 22x22, 1 OQ It dozen Huck Hemmed Towels, OC "

the, age of 100;,rear.. will be worth boy." he answered. could jjj jjj"I one-fifty 6 one seventy-tive. 1. 0 17x32, three for . ._ __&J
$2,732,000,000-&moet three times as suppose one who beat Bob
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much014'and, silver aa there Is In Taylor at butting broncho and roping "Soon, my eon. there'll be no north, It dz. linen Napkins, 24x24, 1.98 It dozen linen Towels, are worth .25 11(

circulation. In banks and in all the and hog tying and cutting out steer, o south, no east, no west." | two-fifty value, now. . 16#e, now two for . . .
eant would be acceptable, you would be "111 be glad of that, grandpa; tjrtll
mints on '
treasure houses and
ootr she asked jjTea. I e geography a blamed sight *a.hrFWladelphla 10 dz.' Linen Napkins, 24x24, Twenty dz.an linen hock towels, Oft
today. I gueM one who could do that I Bulletin. 82
value . .((9 18x56+ worth cts at. vM '
It la Impossible for the human mindto would do" be replied. ft three-fifty now.. twenty-nte
such You are aura yon w consen to .
comprehend the vastness of : HgetI.'t Five dz. Linen Napkins 24x24 tfO dz. an mercerized 20x40 'an '
But my marrying each a if be should 98 2A'I'
125.732,000,000.
a sum of money as it all In come along and ask roe to Barry hiiiT" HJW, value, now ., worth thirty fire cents at. . .
c- U anybody wanted to count ""Oh yes I would ." be replied. t I

one-dollar bills, counting steadily at coooiOnt I Five dz. Linen Napkins,24x24, *9 98 6 dz. extra fine large pure linen -
the'rate of $3 a second, day and night "Very welt I shall bold.you to your 4 cJ
- -' five dollar value, now. .

saId the laughing aptD.A.
girl
let without iopptu'for a moment until promise .1 J .
after Ml Crlaam s
few weeks $ ,
take
ended, It would
the task was
,
return to her western home! her lover,

f two months hunderd two weeks and ninety-five,,sixteen.year bo.un-and five received"If a still letter lore from me andjWlah berjaaylng to:take j | We are still addlnt Interesting item to!;the bargain counter. This sale win also'indode: our houry sale ef

thirty-five minutes 'and Jhlrty-three me to you be your own come dot west'and last week" wherein we old ear finest bostry for half. Val and Torchon lace from IDc per dz..yds.to Sc yd.

ceconJs_to complete the work. turn cowboy. I don't mean that oa:
are always to be a cowboy! but {you
His Present Wealth mist be one for a time If yon want me.'

; Nobody knows'Just bow 'much Mr. And you must be a good Ane-the beat W.M. Burdin
6 Rockefeller la worth at the present la this whole cattle country. I know,
you are big and strong, and I remem
time. It Is doubtful whether be himself -
bet l what yon told me about bow aplenl I
could give, an estimate that was did you were In atbktJc'at I ''r

not a million,or two off the mark. calM hN _

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Careful Investigators have computedhis I -
wealth at $615,000,000, within the -
AI
past_ few weeks and this figure U believed f 1 Marll Oysterand Chop H use
,
- to be as accurate as It possibly ""Ma'am we. don't allow babies In
can be. 'this boose." I Meals ,at all Hours !
In 1905 Mr. Rockefeller' was worth II "But I'm going to put him In pants 1

$550.000,000 showing a gain for the nest: week."New York Herald. f Oysters by plate quart or p.lon. :

present year of 65000000. In 1900 H.w High nA.eet B_. Mea a served at all hours 41012th Street. Miam .Florida.

he had only.1400.000,000.'and the year
before that he was poorer still $:5.-
000.000,representing his total wealth.In [ -67' HL Investigate Before Investing

1SRS he had $100.000,000, In 1875 ]
5000000. In 18C& $5,000 and In 1855 Wind Power :I
not a solitary penny. During the
past fifty-one years his fortune has increased Has been adopted -bj the best people of the country ; s the
from nothing. at all to $611.-' cheapest power for raising- water. Note the people wh< have
.
00,000. them, they could have steam gas and not air too tf they rant-
Mr. Rockefeller Is now 66 years oleLj ed it. I handle the best mill made and make a specialty 'i 'On the 8th of nest month he will celebrate I business and with my pump mechanism that I hare jus beengranted -
I the 7fh anniversary of his
.,. The derails of his early patent on. will guarantee to double the cap city
value and life of wind milt outfit. will
trnggls, his thriftiness and amalng ; any Any infringements
business aptitude are too well known L- iflt be prosecuted.
to require repetition here. Besides s ,
they belong to the put and have nothing .
to do with Mr. Rockefeller's future Ci H PERRY Cocoanut Grove, doftda.
and the possible extent of hit ,
wealth by the time he reaches. the age

.... of- .It 100 has years.been:repeatedly declare II.< -. die u--. trOt taa..4 tab a last s*
Rockefeller Is already a billionaire t' 1I 1 WocAse Deal ... Opers+
that Mr. IVII ." / OU' tm Ha cC Contractors
"nans lIT rtrnra Property
this estimate of hit fortunebeing : J JaDd 4 ; T IraJOHN AND
as'l I net GIll .
based ou the value of Us holdIngs I am just as sore can be that j .
in the Standard Oil and other Interes'.s. you can become the best cowboy oa "But dont yon want to be a good little MWIU. a,IMOEis
r Aa a rule these estimates the rang If yon Just let'>oar heart eat I girl and go to beavenrTea. If you don't want to SAVE MONEYJ-

may often be regarded with securityas It Edward Barton whose ranch adJoins .-: blat I tfpose 111 get diary1: and gwtrin tor aotit' 1 we can't help If'you do, come to
you. ,
fictitious bring founded. more or oars win give Toe situation., .:: want to jump onV-PhllsdefrMa Phew ttt Tvena'' --.' BaeajM Bssi eThe.
Inflated than actual..al_ 80 for .J'JeItIIq.met atlas Crlaamaa by aa-: '

.' that reason It Is more reasonable to ointment a few days after be aaghtsd'' < -- ..... I; fl' : -" oil' J.A'McDqnaldGo.indbttjjoubilldiDinit6rliL |
take the moat conservative estimate from the stag at the Barton pant.; .
of Mr. Rockefeller's fortune which Ha caned hlmaatf Bobart cane ld'': I 4r' s9.r !Till BurkhartLOCK'AND

places his,present wealth. at $$615,00,- H* managed to meat Mir Crlsamaafraqna '
000. tly. :And be alaa:saad. shift'ta ; Long i4IeIli1.PioeId

'1 The Natural Growth beeoaIe'aequablWII with her fatter.Fielding .1 GUNSMITH .
,Rockefeller. baa over S3 year ,did ererythln.111e, could to :. ; Cjpms of all lID
and bo oecewled -: Expert Repairing
to live before be reaches. his one hun propitiate the ranchman* We also sell Lime Brick kinds Cement Sash DoorsMctiidings
.
(4 ), ,
>' dredth birthday. During that time admirably. >|' t': M, 1113'AVENUE c' ,)MIAM ( ,
It Is'reasonable to suppose that alt ",.u., yon are always atngtac the; s. am ,and whatever else a builder req .

millions win be entitled to a natural pralaea ,01 that young :cowboyCaa-|I; I >at IOwttt'posiible figure.Y .
growth. Just the same aa every other acid* said KlMCrtaamaa. "[a be tom,
person's money grows when It Is jdidooaly / aeth a MIItcII'JOIIIIC"" ? Would Know wherewe uth Street. Miam Florida
4u'
"' : *-"* are, .
.Invested and carefully par yon co sent.to marrying,him K hi *,r eq. Miami MeatMarket
e.L""U ; should -turn out toh';the champion: ." = = .- .
.4 -
,From UOS to 1906 the natural growth we talked of not Meg agor ? ,,1% H.-w : -...U.., ,
'of his mllHona added 65000.000 to "Its my oplnloo yon might do sraea
the principal. Tear after year at jror,1" "; ,
I this rate the nataral growth ,should vents be & 0 : it Chan&R
1-/t become gradually larger and larger, J'OGDC -'g'e. : T. A. reaster. Prop "'I-. case &Go o y/
until when Mr. Rockefeller Is $9 yearsold ocated. f. I '' ,
tie mere Interest on'bta-money '
should be $:.757,000,000 In one year- lawa.'roping, bog tying and cutting out Miami I West Palm Beach ; SUCCESSORS TO '.

over: tour times as much as he Is steers and rounding np ,the herd sow. Fire
worth at the present Urns.ia:1904 became a auttject of gossip |DO drange. > CHASE & HiRNET, mace
when Mr. Rockefeller did ,
he-went -
; 'TwO-yMrs.n-.t I
not have very much more than half Bob Tar floridaand FRUIT, AND
be challenged: the champion: ) Acciden
nod
a billion dollars to his name his Income lor. to a test of stilt Fielding bonL i VEGETABLEPACKERS .
two dollars and a few centaoel'J'
was
I II
There was a Itttle supper at the CrUw
other second of the day. The Western
man home that night atjwhlcn PMdinf TornadoInsurance
average man earning $2 a day can
appreciate the difference there 1s'between was the guest of Donor! Mr. C laamai I' T I Cash Dealers IB
at the maulvictory
bad been delighted youni
$: a day for six days a week I Meats
been of t M firs
and had one
Crate
and $2 a second for seven days a'
week. to congratulate him on |tVT* n win
If in 1939 Mr. Rockefeller's fortune was served Miss Crtawnsn arom ,raise* I

reaches $25.732.000.000 and he has her glaaa and looking Straight at ,he Mail orders receive prompt MaterialPicklnj FIDELITY BCNDS
reached his one hundredth blrhtdayanniversary father. said: | I attention
he will be drawing Interest ""Father here Is to at the rate of $9,496.55 a sec happiness our-goes< Hof I boor anrt < beret I.| 1317-1319-Avenue D rims ail r .,
ond. This Is more than a great my future husband Bo Fie ding." Much Worried Porter--MeanowJ She Phone 28 Miami. Florida I East Enl Dock.J OLDEST AGENCY I ( MIAMII'
many men succeed In earning in a Two weeks later Mr. tad Mri, lifetime. area Issued Invitations tbemarrlagi J I
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INTER COLLEGIATE REGATTA 'TODAYGreat Humor Br MMCAN a* Philosophy M. SMin ,j' MaUi ingOil! H'eate. ts t'Wrt! for Me



f I ( : I' land I IIaWire for,You

HARD TO REALIZE ON. ,/ ,

W. dream of a time wbea our chip shall and ] urnlture ,
Crowds Eagerly Waiting arrive I ;HI I
With epic** and neb In the bold;
w. dream \>t a mansion, ws dram. of al ,Phone 176
I the Events. farm. I Sold at Red uc.ed'Prices for thirt days
W* dream of a barrel of fold.On Will )e .
.dream fades away,bat another comeson. 1


Never. Before EM There Been So' cat If And on.we urprl always. la would..a tbouwad of I roaler vratura came b....fall tru d*.*d was I J} : Watson; : : A venJe D II i c. H. BROWN'


Much Interest Manifested in the I W* dream of the time when the people 1 1 I' r I eleCTRICAL CONTRACTOR

Inter Collegate Races-They Will I In tone hall call that we cannot put hear .' I I I 1113 Avts.e C
And Ia)'. "Here' an office; Jut take It. r .. ';-----
i
.Be More Spirited and Closer Than although !-
It.. only five thousand a year;" iI
Years. Of castles In Spain or the tele of the sea J' pI
For Many I
;.
... Or come other place far away
But none of our dreaming come round to MIami

Though make we cood.work at H eight hour a TransferCompany Fort Dallas Land Company.
.. day. I
'
*Foushkwpsle. N. Y.. June 23- To-1 ,!
w. dream,of a naMesj with wonderfiWho
day 1* the Jay of the great Intel-coll .,... ;
regatta and the town IIrapldl) can for the aikta b* had; I
guts
Or It were a lady V* dram of a prrae
filing with rlBltors from all part 0( With a noble and wealthy old dad. 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110
229 2th street, Phone No. 157 and ,;
W dream of bona with a pacioc
a
the'East who are eagerly waiting for.. front yard Garage,.odSUblta' 11th street near 4e. E Phone No.'100 Has oo its Lists
the. great events of this afternotProbably On Easy or some other.treat.And
the tau *omUm w* venture to dream of .
never before baa tiorsest
dream and
Carriages
est', In the intercollegiate contest of That place remit at our fast.w. ,

oarsmen been aa Intense u tb-U rear dream ., a Urn w* shall rest oa our I particularly attractive uites fur .
Automobiles some
.
and those who are In a position to oar*. .1. ;
and look work ta tile "
alt down eye
know believe that. the race "will be. And say to It: "You are DO looser for wBeconer week month. Automobile storage both residence and business pur- :
for hour.day or
are
and closer than for man" take your knitting and dy.We bT.the .
more sprlted, dram In our playing w* reaa'i at : repairs, and supplies. Agents for the famous FORD an- poses 4. An investment in Miami real \
;
delivered. facilities
years our workAt I tom)bilc% Freight unloaded and Special tf '
Las Cornell won the princlpi mealtime w*get in a few. Omnibus meets train. Bag-
year for every
But w* would. I'm certain, fall dead wit : tragferred. freight. estat is safe; sure of quick returns :
,tent. the VarsUjr eight race with rid. surprise gag? ALL orders receive fRO PT. Attentio.l
Icnlous ease, but It seems to be the'' It on* In a million came true. 1 t" I .... .

general belief that the Cornell ere' .I 4 '
What II Was CoM Far. .
find it this year to -i I 1 - -
wUI not so easy h
1 5ITy oK theJtrophy: Sjracuse, at.I t JOHN B. FILLY. J. E. iNGRMMM

ways particularly eager to defeat Cor'i w.il A. Lofton: For Dallas Land Vlce-Presldent.Fort Dallas
nell has been hard at work and the i Agent

crew has 'done some exceptlonall Company Miami Florida. Land Co., St. Augustine.

good, work during the past week.Pennsjlvaala I .

and TOBconsln ate; I ,
,1
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hare sent iplendld'erewl and the! '
practice work Justifies the belief that Machine Shop
1.! A:.. Dade Co. Title Insurance!
tfteV will Bite a good account of then .. i ,

aelrea this,'afternoon... -Tnls aa1d,the guide Impresslret] (Across The River.
From an "early hour this morning u he waved his hand in the dlrectioi and Trust Company

people began tot t stream toward thl of the battlened,."Is historic ground." il
"Which is mighty lucky" obeerrk I '
came-
city from every direction. They 1 I
I
on foot from the surrounding district the practical and unromantic old farmer. OP MIAMI. FLORIDA INCORPORATED
la bogies carriages and antomoblleion "as it looks u though they conldnl on! short notice.
bicycles and motor cycles and raise anything on it bat monuments. repair, your engine Paid Up Capital 75000. Surplus $12,000

eYeI'J' train from the North aa well Ex Gas Engine Men] We carry
aa from the South emptied a'' large Strictly Ptos"I pert' Insures land titles, prepares abstracts titles,loans and
number d people Into the-depots. knew a woman''who fen la lot dyn mOs( coils plugs, batteries, wire, invests mon j on its own account and for others. Acts aa
,
,Tte ferry, between Poughkeepsli with a man twenty. yean younger'thai 4screws agent ,atto nej-in-fact trustee assignee, executor re
and Highlands, usually not;( orerbui. herself.-. 1 switches giver or guardian. Address all communications to
dened with passengers, made trip alter "How foolishr ; I
trip_and going and coming It cat. "But It very setmed a natural thing ta I "I : S. L Pattersoi i. Sec and Treas Miami Florida
loads of Hundreds
rted heavy passengers her to do." > '
of picnic: parties Itartel.frosand -- --- -- ----
"Seems unnatural to me. I r
ttd other places In this vicinity
"But must remember she was
the forenoon,and occupied:: er you
(hiring
fry spot along the shore on both I only twenty-two"years old and didn't I 1 I
.
from which IEood know any better. I
Mem of the Hudson
and unobstructed view of tfai
:oars* maJ"'be had. Particularly nea< u--L us True
he finish line, which Is about onnfle < "1115 family wag starring and hi Certainly
below the long bridge, the nilddes stole a loaf of bread.
are already swarming with peo "1 suppose they sentenced him fot
Ja.'The. life." .
observation train with'III end "No; the Jury said It was grand barfeny
ess string of flat cars, bearing rislnjows and let him off." Ire the made mistake
of benches, is standing on the Wb a. little far up street. ,and we regret tjo say we a
V eat Shore Railroad tracks ready for I

he arrjr thousands up and down of people the shore whom, follow it will. The chance**They busy you K tttUe*bet paa brother they Arauad.A never. ads*. in moving up here. But this has only put us op our metal and while our 1

eg the straggling4 crews. The arngemects .To make the young man courting err I

b last year are and particularly"promise' to the give* .Ben.me Obeenre that there are. others- : profitS! are not as great!' as other merchants don the street we still do

J tatlsfaeUon: > Nae lA'SIabI
!tire wUl be three races. The 1 beard you were trying- to grow amustadi. Miamil This is the why buy of us' I
Business reds n can
t race for Varsity four-oared shelli : .." the of : : : ; you
start.from the riTer"at:four
1 rnp- '
to barelaee4 lie.
Well K a
clock.: ; ,The distance tls two miler .. ''- l
d the winning crew'wII1 be award.
l the Kennedy challenge,,trophy, pre On the Tsy.t"Has .

r ted Penrntylranlato-In: 1S9I,oy; Daddies be/held Kennedy bythetnner .J"N, tyt be rrsr Ho been has Duty la Jail'got?" u far u i r ar '$2.50 and some 3,00tsnoes'for $1.90fliiar.$3.5a Are You oing away this summer?

for one year. The alignment tbe dty coancH.: .

t CrrrtTMtf the crews from Columbia.I'Syrsue7t "West.to East 1 will. Zt-I\rl. II'tI T..Far..Nahad .. '"d I : ;i. Going to lieed a Trunk or Suit (,ase?
; Pennsylvanla"iTisoonata;? 1 I
The.second: race, .for Freshmen 8- ID&- and some 400| CO QA4siioesjfor ,
-"u..aa f bola I.mu -

red shell,be orer.a;; win start course: ai':16"o'cioekwfl1 of:two mile In a q cabla: t [i |1. :. ., ... ..**. / This lsce rat'aiol y t the place i to buy them

d for,the Steward's. pup;presented ? andy.eat:1 Ear. J ;:r j j I t r. L r I
1>00'by FrinkHn s.: Bang; ofiCambla : foot oW be.lwu.
to be held by the'winner fore -seventeen." ;; A Nj line of "ladles' $2.50 and
year. It is now held by CornelLe "And be tutt '$1.75

lnmbla.crew will 1; Smcns beTeJlcne. ,*Sj at.Oornetys follows. :; :I t president of Ltbi' '. Gtl t$3oo: shoes for. .. . ,' r.. /

nnkylranla, 4; Wisconsin 5.: United Btatesr r,! j i a l
The,third.and last,aa,writ.as the -. 1"No." ,
J
for 'VaraitJ'..Bred f"8,7,9wbat's.t. I Ir aj
ost Important3 race
chefs,will --start at I..o'clockwffl 't u..'..?'!' $ ..00"and 7.00 ParagonP s A QRa

be over a coarse of four milesd I
fo< lhe" Varsltyt.ehaaenge: c enp PF3tr. ."; ACIWHS.:1t- r ,a :/... : .rfe : ,Mr i e
esented'ln.lSSS.by.Dr.; Louts Sea. ::1t > sty 1. r I
\n of Cornell to be held by the : ;
;

alte Cornell tar *One*
,
1.Columbia 2; 1
ucoBSln. S; Cora!! 4; Georgetown iway..- I".... shim. at.. .- .... .... ... . !. I :
Pennsylvania,' t., rO 'It !?!* -J L. ; ,
in Important change'baa'been Qade i.n I; to Impossible far f wpoaa to torn j 110 U : : t '
the arrangement'of the'courses': I'toan down so politely-tbat be will I ul lar men's shirtspay to c. -. .
R $1.25 ,
-
tot baa happened :
land with former years. Theone mow something '. i 95 GIs
,
-
,,laid.under ... m Trunks and SuitiCases
*O..J and J are > "i T" n o % .
coed arch"of '-B,' PoagfckeepsteMs .I li generally' poor plcklnj foe tie I I for . ... . . .-... '
V&eaf the pIe"d aide., ;The smug.,when a man tries to earn bisWd i u H.M Trunk or SuIt Cut'VMItM I
ber Une.are further oat, rider the .f1T,m.,awed .* bis .... : .
ird span.. This change helps toiillis I f, Trunk or Salt Cu J7JSTJO
the conditions and the crews U a corporation Is wltboot a aoulVnst )l Z' tt t i' :
tber Inshore are not under the dlsraatag most be without two of them""" tr little walk Traak er sort Caw $&il
as in previous years. Form. ., I yt, ; to tak a ,
y an outside position under certainether aDctuaiou: most be sMti1ng ,tod&-' : !_ 'I 5.68 Trunk er Suit Cue S3JS
conditions was easily worth from the way women Jump at : I I
e or,two lengths.to.the.lucky.,.crewtlgned a..m.-. w._ 3.50 Trunk or Suit Cue &M
wo 4
-
-
to that position t ; SaVe money 2.5fl Trunk cr Suit Case $1JSTlJlE
gather ;
fartjS your
porneil seems to be.the general l A rolling stone no moss. Its I
*
fd many bets are made on the via evidently Isnt of the right kInd;- frd I '
ccea* of the red and white. Syrave ,- I I
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his many friends among the epee.rd It takes all> kinds of people to makai ;
and It' would be a sad dlsapintment -
world. that Is how
Possibly JOUI'neighbor
to them should Syracusethe RbMf
loser in every one of the races explains yon. ANTHONY H COI
lladelpiila has made a good showing =
It Is claimed that little of our: food
t iU friends are not as enthusiastic t
of Cornell 'and Syracuseewever 1a,pure but it doesn't seem u thought ,I
those
; at the present time It Ispoeslble would .be possible to adulteratetogs'legs. I LAST STORE UP THE STREET 228 IWELfII STREET, MIAMI FLORIDA
to foreshadow the outcome
y the great' regatta probably theWt "H "H .' I > III.
Interesting ever' held in this When a man goes to work loaded we
t o ftte conntry.: nay look for a discharge



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THE DAILY MIAMI METROPOLIS r$ATUROAY.'JUNE 23,1IM TWELVE PAOMMen's

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r Great 10 Day 1-



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,-- warm weather ,on bands an I: '
WITH on a trip north, thought* Mid Summer

of the average man,burn to hew s

clothing and the proper selections; of the, '
and fabrics fit fortheseasons weatofBuy

styles II II"Where : I 'I


v ,I, U I s, Clearance Sale. ]


,is the. >'queebon that;enteT his Jpin .' 1 '

.CommonSense will tell, that thelfaivtconduding [ .
the largest tailoring businejfs =i I ,.. iWffl. Begin at. 1 ...

'in the city has'gahied its patronage by g. ... ,

'. giving the best value fOl1 the money. !
I I 9

n' Bros

The J. Hubbar ,CheaJ- '' dSew .


ham Store is the 'hirg-


; est seller of Strictly;Ppt I I

; to-date and 'high-grjade' 'I. I Saturi% June 23


I Tailor Made Clothing S ,


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Trousers, Fancy. ysts, n and- uits.i -1j'I I: and. continue to Tues., July 3

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; Gents Furnishing! Department J JIn ..J'J" ,


this department we carry a complete,line of the bet Drew ,, 250 Suits of fine *Kool Klothinf be sold at bait 1

Shirt, Necktie. Collar. Cuff. SockftJ Garters,,Suapeaders

r P or less. 1000 pairs''"'hoes to go at ball price or less;

Underwear
Straw Hats lSumrn&| ;

: need straw'hat and don't want too Satisfactory (I varieties to choose from. .
You -
:
be overcharged when you buy it. We for I No stock matter- what Weight you and want style, it in is cotton in our, l To make this sale interesting to all, we will give a special
every
hat that .will fit and suit you !
our have variety a is large. Try us and find out lisle 1hread. ,).,inen. merino and all wool. discount on all stock goods of fifteen per cent during thi?

big ten day sale. (SteTson hats and Overalls not included.

We 'have too many goods and not enough money is the
'' ,
ilObbard tli atha trouble.. The goods:n}use be sold and you get the benefit.We .

will mention below, a few of the many bargains we will

offer, at this Great Sacrifice, Stock Reducing Sale. See them

;

The People's 'Clothier Miami,'FlJridaf 1210-1212 Ave. 9,


t, I ; : Underwear Shirts I

Miami Shoe Co.r ,*. .. .. eo M. Cason .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ..50.N SOc Elastic Seam Drawers, to go 1000 75 cent aLirts. to go at tni*

Subscription List i sl Empire Store .._.. .. ;.. ... .. 15.S J'rank. harlle Cobb Holley,,.'. .' ..........r.....*.* ..50 for.f...,.. .. ......... .. ... ..:...42c.65c salefor., .... .........'....... .. ....., 1

W. A. Lofton ., ).. ... ..... Jaa. Clark. .: ..1" .. .. .\.. .. .50! 85c Scriven'a Drawer, 150 $L25 and $1 50 shirts to close
t Now :Increasing Keller ft: Lasseter .. .: .. 10,00,, 5S. Baker .:.... ..?-;, .. ..{.. '.. .50 for..I.| ... : ..: . .. .. .. .." .. at.......... ... .... .......... .. OlC
,1 : Carroll ft: Clark .. .. .. .-e.- |S., G. Sigiby ..:. ., .4>. .50 : :
"
I .. .: .. 100 .. ...' ... .... 50c.Under Shirt, to go at'thissalefor
1; George \VbnhlnctonSewell's N. F. Zelley : -.50 . .. .. ..... ... . .....43c
Dail Y.1 IAt Tailoring .. .. .. 10 00 J. W. Williams .... ... .... .. 50 /; f
Magnolia Grocery Co. .. .. 10,00, S. Sawyer ..... .... ... ... .5(1( 75 cent Under Shirt, to go at Pants
Armstrong Grocery Co. .. .. 10roo O. Bolton ..' ...... ... ... ... .50 this sale for... .. .. ........ .. ........65cClothing ; '.
Jaudon Bro .. .. .. ...... IJ. Comble ..... ... ..... .... .. 50 I I
'3,' Hughes ft: Co. .. .0.. .. .. 10.01 Hattle .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .50! 200 pair men's $250, $3 and 11-50 $
will be seen by the ensuing list Chase A: Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. I oo J. F. Coleman .,... .. ....... .50 men's pants, to close at. . . .. L.
.. 1 .00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
the subscription committee appointed Dade County SecurityH. eo CaihMr .51 men's ..., were
ft Co. .. .. .10.00 .. .. .. .. .. I 63j pair outiagpa. $3. H)
for contribution F. Scruggs : V. Thlgpen .50
to canvas the city and close ..........
to'defray the expense of the oelebratlon John Frobock .. .. ... .. .. ,111.00 ,Cash ... .< .. .. .. .... .. .50 I 37 two piece suits, nobby pattern* RC $4.50. $5 to at.
of Miami's tenth anniversary Ma J. H. Tatum ... -..... "., .... 1 .01 Clifton Jackson .. .. ... .. .. .60 Were $12 and $15 to close at.. 4- .$7. '*' In
.. .. .. .... ;.00 20 per ct off on all pants tiBoys9
city on the 25th. 2f.th and 27th of C. H. Gtutler : MauJ Chase .. .. .... .... .60
work. A. J. Campbell. .. .. .. .000i Jaa. Bradford... ...... .... .. ,25 15 men' suite, $10.00to clc $5.00 ,'
next month the are cooperation doing-good of the clUsen Geo. Mangos .. .. .. .. .. I. i:\V W. Sawyer .. .... .. .. : 25 at.f.... ... ..r.e........ .. .:. ... 'I
Without
this celebration would not be a J. R. Campbell .. .. ..... .... .01 : S. M. Foster. .. .. .. ....... .%$ 47 men's fine two-piece sails, were CIA flA '
'success* but It I* almost certain to Johnson ft: Tompkins .. .. .... i:J. A. Sawyer. .. .. .. .. :.%$ $15, $17.50 ana $:0, to clove at.].. I v.UU Clothing and Pants
be the grandest ever j held In Miami J. A. Worley .. ... ,...... I..Olll E. Williams .. .. .. .. .. .. .21 5 -
Those whoharenot. 'already contributed -I Jerry Vereen ........ ..... I .0<1 Lena .. ? ........ ....\ ." ... .25 21 flai.eLwere$2Sand$3otodose.fJI5'oo :
Hudson Cycle Co. '... ;...... .01 H. G r l .. .... ..25McCLCLLAN -, 25 cent discount
should do so and the man appoint. : '0 : on
vicinity will no R. F. Hoyle ..... .....; ... ,r.01 :! per .
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ed to Dade County
doubt be to your place of buslnesj or'honnae.ln Cohen' branch store ...... 5.OC : *SAILS FOR CUROPK $25, slightly soiled, to close..W -
March of a contribution, to to R. E. Hail h;,.. .. eo... .... 6.Ot I'i I II all boys'clothing: 6 pantvIS1
to this cause and I In the home
be appropriated the H. C. Budge. ;. .. :. .... ... 5.ot .June 3Ka'or McClet- a per ct o&oaWotDadomla
has New York
.:that end the Board of Trade .. ..... 5.09 I
H. M. King
matter In hand and a Dcces 1* their eo -Ian. accompanied 1 Mra. .Mcdellaa.,
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chief aim. The $3,000'asked for Is W. J. Brown : r '!sailed on the. American Line steamer I
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bound to*make It so U the finance Pioneer Cornice Co. .. ..'.... 6.Ot New York, for Europe toda)'., J They all not ( Contract Gees) :
: oB shoes mentioned Except
of :
make
committee Is composed of men of but ;eeo. C. Des .. .. .. .... 5.00 expect to aa extended sour per ct. on
mess experience, long headed and .. Europe and will return In September.probably _
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A. CooIQ-.. ..'..'..; .. 5.00 .
their wisdom la marten of this kind ..... .. ".. ..... 1.00 C. H. Lyne : .. '. r.
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Line.
la looked upon to be of the highest .. ..-.;. ....... 11.00J. > 4. ladles'
RlttyBros. .
The name and amount of those A. Conrad .. ...... --I.GO Durlttf the Mayor a abaeace ostrichF. I Shoe:s Children's Shoes
contributed to the McOowan president tM Boardof
who have already Redmond B. Oantler .., .. .. 1.10
herewith given having been Aldermen will be acting mayor and
are ..
ease I.to
the vartou members of ifs Dr. W. 8. GramUnc .0. aa Mayor McCleUaa will be away, 100 pair ladies Dongola and Patent Leather '100 paIrchUdra's sad misses white can tax..
paid to .. ..
... 2.10LB.w
nbeerlptloB Committee and Mined W. O. Meal : ... .;:... 1.$0 longer than.,thirty day,. they! actlaf ) Oxford aad Sandals, were $ 00. $1 00 sandals. oxfords, aad slippers, were 17 f
ta to the Finance Committee: ,> C. J. Rose .. .. .. .. .. .:i I 1.$0 mayor win tzerdse all OM power ot _fJ$250 and$ .00;to close at..4 .. IL5OtL75aadS100'toC1Oeea ...... "'

CL" C. Watson .. .. .. .. ... 175.00ZapfBroa. I. W. Graham .. ;.' ;. .. I.SO the mayor* otI .. laclndlag. t1IoIe'of I 73 pair ladies Dongola. Oxfords'and Slippers 85 pair' infant's. 'sa: idais'aad .shoes: ,
removal and v
.i. appoUtmemt.
.. .. ..-..;::1-;.: .... $0.00Itland 1.8.Gennoek...'.._ ,.... u-;. I." tan and black were $3.00, $iSO CI l.95. we41pii re LOO and L2S to close at......:.
Metropoll*V.-.. .: :. .. M.OO :1C. J. Ryan,.. ..i"u ..... ... I.te aad $4.00.to close ate.......J 4......? "
B. F. Laaeeter ,.j...;.. ... ... .. 18.00 T. N. o.UUff ..:;-.. .j :. ..?.. It b l I Mr. J.B.Hiackley and lit G..1'. ladles" Donrola acid patent .Kid Ox-, 125 children's aad misses' shoe* were !.004!
A. Ponen ..I"!, :;. :' .:.. .. ..WOw sheen ft Co. .. .. .,.'...'..!'- 1-1 Laadatreet. prominent,cltUen* ot Duo i girds( $4.00 and $5.00 to L75aadlOO, tocloseatHen's ...........$
A: Mullet A loa'. '.'. .....,15.00 Dad Pharmacy;.. ,. ....:'i.. 200: I*.'i drove down' from that place this ;were. ...$2.85 ,
T.,V. Moore;.: .. ,: ;. .. .. 21.00J' 31'B.'Anltmaa .. '| .. ..;., 1001 moralar1 and are here today too bas
A... McDonald ., '.. 11.00W. Sheben ft Co'..,%": S.; ;0' ..I. JOO mess and making purchase at Miami 150 pair ladies white CUlY&l.d white lines
N. HaD .;v7Trrtr'rrrrvt/ty .01 J..F. Rau_A Co ?. ;. .. ... I;" different store They win drive Oxfords, were $150, .and$4 CI QA Shoes27'parlidia
.. .. .. :. .. 15.00 J. F. Ross A Co.*:. .. .. .... soolloo back to Daala this "lAIDc-i ,to close at-. .1.5J.. ... ,
JoobnBeweil.kBr0... .. .. .. :25.00 B. B. Anltman .. .....; ,fl. :
KntwhUU* ItOO r 'I { white back Oxfcjds, were $6.00. 62 pair men's white canvas shoe, I\M
A :
Bcheible -'j'i .
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)J.B. B.B.'Donxlai Lnmmu;,.}...:.."---.... ;. -:.;' .:i 25.00%5.00'AlithoaJ.RoDfh.eo. CX H Bradley :. .. .ij./// ..., IrOO .The AlfonMMange. 1} $7.00;and $8.00, to close at.this: $300 H. S..& H. make,were $3. at.......$_ .w.
0. J. BUtaaanser r."""; aleat.i..4..r.w. .
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.. 25.00
." ILOI Miami MetropoHa Miami Fla. "
shoes.H.
i" JIIe1I'.lwhite .
: Acme Bottling VTtW < .. .. ..,: 55 pair canvas S .50
:W. M. Bnrdlne..26.00 ....... t.OO Gentlemen: -The 'Alfoatej mango S.'A H. make were 3.50 at;. ...
Dr. Aberaathy...... .... .... ,. M.sO C. -WMght.. >. 'l j' '
U now oa the Miami market and telling
.. ....".. Harper ft Harper'Dr. .:....'.. ... ..00
Co 25.00Bed : mcn'.1L S. & H. fine blackshoes
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Brady ,at 50 cent apiece. Thl U the Sho pair
.. .... S 50
... .. .... 15.00'P. '. Jandon:. .::. . 1.00 Boys' .
CI'08II'barmae1 Brt)true of thl variety were 4.50 and 5,00, to dse.
.. ?ever
J. F. Blanton .. .. ..; .00 pro _
.. f
.. .. -.. 25.00
r-- Ullendorff a. duced.In the;\United_Statesj_ Three "
.. .. '.. .. .1:' .00 100 Haaaa Jc Son, 6.00 and$7
.. .. .. ,..... 25.00 Arthur Byron Draw pair .50
canvas ox
J. W."I.t.oQ.." .. ,. .. .:.. 25.00 R. N. TatUm.., '. .. ..; ":. .00 year ago the government (Imported 37 pair bon'. close at. .... ords't I.OO, shoes to close at .... ..........
John Seybotd were $1 75, to :
: from several Inarched Alfonso :
,Sardine Qnartennaa ........ 25.00 A. G. Joiner .- ... ..._..;... .00 Bombay :
and Mr.
mangoes George B. Cel-
.. i .00
.. .. .. 25.00 Voters ft: Moody ;
'McDonald Lumber.. ..Co... ...... 20.00 ; Oser..7 .T'. :-- .. ..::" .00 loa. of Miami succeeded In getting
ASV. Rhodes .. .. -..H.. .. E. Porter. .. ... ,:. .00 several of the bad to take la a jangle
H.Maynard T. Whaler A-:' SOB ... '.-. ..' ..' .. 20.00 20.00 I I Mrs. .. Brnnner iB. .. .. ..,. .00 mango, which 1* now laden') with the noww is the jime to lay in a supply for the summer h1I
VaraDa .. ..1.. .. .. y .00 luscious fruit To Mr. Cellon Is due
.... .. .. 20.00 '0 4
e Isidor Miami Cohen Hardware w..Co....:- ...... .. 15.00t I M. T. )Martin. ,|. ........ i i.. :00.00 varieties the credit of of mangoes our having, many' fine*I you tan save !from' 15 to 50%. Do not delay, but come t tiday."Right .
L
S. Graham ,4
: t W. IL Cnaffle *: Son .. .. .. .. 15.00J. Whiter resources
Hubbard Cbeatham .. .. .. 15.00 Harper ft: Harper| .... ...ti.' .00 to: add'to Dade's many anj
J .. .. .. .. ...... 1.0 he has the only budded trcfplcal fruit
C. D. Leffler. .. .... .. .... 15.00JutishSmItb Dr. Jaodon
Ii! -.. ..-, .. ...... 15.00Miami 1. F. Blanton ftSallm : .. .. :} r. i.oo I nursery in the world for lade wblch our JOHN & BIO
EWELL
f' Furniture Co.; .. .. .. ..15.09 Sawaya .. .. .. .... .50 people should be proud as coon
Dade County Furniture Co. .....15.00 M. Cason ': :......-. .50drs. i ty Is In.the lead of the ironical world
:> N..Brockn ai .. .. ,J... .50 In the modern propagation'bf tropical
: W. E. Tonnjs .. .. .. ...... 15.00A. ) H. < i
Doane .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15.00 T. E. Hart.. .. 4J..50 fruit
D. R. Knight .. ," ..... ... 15.00 Salem Savaya. A, .. ... ..< .50 I Tours truly. .
Frank Gallat .. *... .. .... 11.00 ..... H. H. Bra well .. .; .5O Wv E. K.rch.I !


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from the correct answers, I
To the Boy or Girl whose name is dawn .. .

t. '* *1 noon_ The: MetroppkJ will give, as a prize, ONE SILVER OLLAR.

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TIE Pi WINNER; ; THIS WEEK? UVESlNiIoYNT: N; TLA. jf( OF THOSE HAVING j CORRECT ANSWERS, AND THOSE IIAMES NEARLY_ SO. "INSECTS"'IBISWEEKj


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last tare In the poszle and the whole J. M. Deu.lJr...City. Beach- ( I lAtabeU Good. OJua.Clifford .
winner,of Saturday's putrfc' LettbecaIdwall. City. I Ime McAllister pity.
aent to na through the man., To Annie JennI o. City. Titus, City.Arthur ;
In North page OIL B. Stelnnauaer City.Mary
| _r' "Birds Found Viola Grace Front, City. I
Irregularities 'w. 'B1a1t DeBerry. CIt,. :
do away with.aoeh I Wage4Tltusrtpa'e.ephtae *
Palmer, f B.ynto i, Paul c.1(Taylor City. Morford. City.' "
America, U June form to Ralph Bntkhardt. West Palm BeacH
this
; J' ', r,;' : : '; hare therefore prepared Beatb.White Richard Price D nla.Alice .
Palm
.. : Reilfer! Beach. Helen B. Hood Wlafleld Price Daala.Haael
Fta'MUO.the first correct epslr be wed and la no other way will the : :Rath West Palm
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BatH Daosherty BoratoLEarl
.4':laat,Tkuraday, ...... The, prize answers of the pnzslee be accepted. Jeff as er.IClt7. Lawrence Carlisle., City. City. B. Lymaa. La: tuna Carry City. .1
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Stuart
Chartee Hancock. .
d .the winner.today. I Cornet AMweN ; Fredrick
will be.rorwa due Van Porter l iIoe. City. L
Joe Reify. .
Fannie ClemoM, City. 1
Earl Canora. City.
.The uzzte. Answers Helea EHse Hall. Talladega 8prlBp.'I' l----- !
;J Kate KM Marks City.Jesaie II Settle Quartennan, City. :I )
,\The. .eorrtct. au ren to ty1paZZJOSl I! Lee MalUkm. Daala -- Nettle Cothran. OJua. .
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tJa- ". ,...." y'f Bath II i.: Cook West Palm Beach J Gertrude:.Quigg. City.Harold Clara Laae.i City. .
L4t Robtn. Ralph Graham, a17.I') r \ pafley. City. Lola Rodgers, City. I PUZZLE: ANSWER: COUPON V j
S. Blackbird., ... Katie Dear City: ..; .,, LeRoy f,.Lesley, City.' *. Lace Metcalf. Weat Pata ,
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I. Sparrov. Catherine Barrett. City' ? Louis* Dtaldfe., ;.Weet Palm Bead.' Beach. : II
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4. Btnejay.f! ..;Kary E.: ,Lowe. ey Weat Aaaie"l rf .Cfldwen, City. .. Boat Pope*City. :1
1. Bimzd.l' Albert Lang, City. Get, ntxhngji Lee Jr. City..ElaahetkTucker. ute: Ro1ti I ;.City. Aaswtrs B st vt writtta ..0dI....... Hi .\lIIdI.nlD! :

Cuu7.f. Marian E. Dewey, Tampa, ..* r I .F.. ..City;< IifnntsGiena:' Clt). I b. jaW u.. Dot wrltttif It. No Ixcejtka to till; rIJ. I .
; ;c Jut. city retaf
; Media Spaldiag. City.Gussie Raymond Cecil Canoga:City.
Jl Dore ... Darts, Ot). Rmont Ball* City.' Eateile'';Canoga, City. i iCrctehea
.. Crow. .. George Baylea City. Job/*, B 4ce.st:? ,. Hind. City. .Aanren to |lw Pazilei' ia the MetnpoBs to-aiy an u fcUovr :I I
10L, triode.se.laareW. ... Violet Stephens City. Cart ewot HaUaadale.MarguerrM =- Charles' Flemminr. West Palm
; 'ta'the.leUara'uivtr. Howard W. Backus. City.Haaaah '(Brown.- Ot,.
.feir the pnulea reerired at this office demons. City. Clara I rsddack. : City. Beeci.Adeline., i j Semen, !City.Mlldredf Nol. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...t j I 1.N.2 '.
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:far heyoad V what war anticipated Lewis Cook. City. OUt Buanell; City. City.. I
to Whlte. .. .... .V. .. .. .. .:.. .. .. .. ;
to read E. Mclrar Law.Jrn City. Mary' Brown] City. .. .. .. ..: .: .:.: .. .. .. .
to na
and It 1a.'tP'tIf11DC: ; Ralph jyanlandlnzaam. CJty. ', "' .
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the.Jetfcira. ,at_ .c,,Aat,'"*' -writer'eaaTtardly ;.od1s"M.: Peck; City. .?, Elizabeth E oe. city: Earl \niaoa. City. Tk', ...... ,. t. .. ,. 'Ir, .
,wait" for Batnrday to com*. Svea VTalea. City. <4 Roacoe Braddock City.Ollrta Claud, lID. Reese. Palm Beach. Ne3... :. .. .: .:.. ...o/'.. .. .. .. .. ..r.t. ;. !' .. ,. .. ..
io earnest(Is-his or her deSIre to get Fred Enloe. City. Ericwjn, Hallandale. Inn w.' Green Delra,. c
.t tile pazztea.L. .. Bruce RusseTi. City. Edward *jhnion, Ojoa.H. Margaret n P. Burr Arrti' 'Creek. Noi .. .. . . . .. .. . .. ,.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. !
will be noticed: la the ensnlnr Jndaon Hall. Talladega SprlogaJUa. Lee Bradock.; Oty.Dartd Annie Pope )McLendon City. \ I
columns, a great many of 'the letters Frederick Sulzner, City. Browi| City. Katie yillennne. City No 5. .. . . . .: . .. . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. !
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are recelred from children from oat. Alice Caldwell. City. Edna M. King. City. Anna Sanders City. I

side of'Miami some aa far north as h. Cedrle Fromberger, City. Harrer Walj OJus. HarollThacber.[| City. No ,. .. .......... .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. .. .... .. .
..Oama"Tie Rath Holley City. Jessie Bross City. Joel Clayton Jones. Dan la. I I

hare found it neceaaary, now I. Lorena Jones Daub.B. Hazel Cat). Bestlc! JBurdlne: City No ?. .. . . .. .. . . . . . .. .. .... .. .. .. .
that i the letters are'coming In In such : DonglaasVhitnaH.. City. JJacy Rice, <2ity. Willie Fzt'D1re. Perrlne.]

Urge quantities, to provide' a blank Mildred Romfh. City. Rosco S*3r1 City. I No '. . . ... . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. ..
form aa win be' non- this page, upon Catherine Brrnnk. City. Walter' II. .''inbs. ;, Jr. City. sore of those Nearly Correct .

which the answers must hereafter ,Dorothy Mills, City. 1 George I I Holt j y. City. Jeenlc jp. Ferris, City. j jThelrr Name. . . .... .. . . .. . . .. .. . .. .... .
be written, the answer to puzzle No. Darid Wilson City. Lilly Iloppe, City. ?ajl.Yarborough.{| City

1 will be put in the space opposite Uillon Graham. City't Richard :ul #, City. Doutclat MacLaren, Bow, jcity. I Town .. ... .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... i iI iI
the corresponding number on the form. Albtrta MaJewkl.\V Palm Beaeb. Theo Moore, City. I Emm.ummna I, City. I I
Answers.In some' Instances' In ''the Harold Graham. City. Leonore Def :ochers. Lemon City. T. A.| rice, Jr.; Dania. I

_put hare been, written ,on' the 'pllo.IIi Lillian F. Wayt. dry. Margaret ]B Hood. "West Palm SUlle! Bunnell City. I

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.land .Which Would Have Sold In the Early Days For FivejDol ara Anpre, Is Today Selling,at That ,

Figure,, and More, ,Per lash-Rockefeller Crowing Popular wh the Masses, Owing fto

I Change of Policy of The Standard' OH Company.New 327 Twelft. Street, Miami, Florida;; I

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York, June 23- A foot of land \ValdorfAstorla. and othefs, like it Tie new policy of the Standard Oil Will 'Continue Until
these have to cut off their front In the shapeof I C&mpany. the policy of publicity has
in laUer days meant t great I porches and stoops and fome with. tstken well with the public, and has 7
I deal. Land which the Dutch burghers in the legal line. The Corporation a I least worked this in favor of the .
who considered themselves pretty -counsel means to hew to the line, and ntonopoly. that the people are now
good on bargains, would hate soil I,will shave off the encumbrances wltaa led" to expect an answer, no matter Saturday' June 3Q
sharp legal axe. and the city whether It answers the attack well
with eagerness at 15 an .Is today
acre. Into its own once brig It seemsa oj not It gives out at least, the facts ,
selling for that price,and more per pity that such building bat the company wishes to come' before -
Inch. Here fa a lease which call should be disfigured but possibly the I the pubUc and make the assailabts .
for the payment,of $25.81 'I per square change In front may be ap improve',., more careful with their state- Two weeks more of i4 s great Southern Factory arid Mill Syndicate
ment after alL At any rae the public m'ents. Mr. Rockefel'er made ajblg/ I
foot for which on-
rent a space covers
is beginning to 'note j pith much hit with his ocean ,voyage appearing Sale: Positively no extelf on granted AFTER THIS DATE.
lY1.568 square feet on two floors. This pleasure that there is on foot in city as a human being with his fellow,,
valuable space li located In the tower operations a movement to 'top all encroachments I I afid he was universally pronounced'as Remember the,laSt: day Saturday, June 30thi: We have lots of sid

building they are going to erect upon the public. The ''aj good one, by those who came Into I' broken sizes and odd lots that have been REMARKED at lower prica
rights of the foot passenger jofmtact' with him. And now he i has
are nowbeing
on streets the,]corner aDd Broadway"to the height and Wall of well protected. and| unreasonable -I'''struck another Idea which can not I fall I run.up truck drivers, and jj merchants tt> capture the public. Formerl+:he
j eighteen stories, or' 235 feet. The holding too much of the public space, seemed to have no friends but {now i out at some price and we will continue to carry out this policy, from

room .]so precious that the elevatorsare are being brought to the sense that,those'he Is pursuing with unrelenting time to'time up to and incl ding the laSt: day. There are many lots beifig
opened 'right Into the office It pedestrians have the rigttt .of way; "gor and deadly purpose have none. '
business be while merchants are being compelled ]zone of ns liked snakes before.i but 1 closed every day.so don't- >ut off buying until the last hour the articles
may be that enough can to give the travelling public u much Blow, that Rockefeller like SL (Patrick desire be closed. '
FirSt First served.
you may ; : come. Remember Saturday
office with such a limited
done In
an of the sidewalks'as is nfedeAf ,In of old starts out to exterminate
area; ,b\rtjt\ '.eems doubtful. If it I the.cue.. ,against the. Ki ckerbocker (diem we are all with him. Miss Ida, June 30th, will:conclude< the last day of our continued sale.Stor.

can be earni anywhere'in New Tort Trust Company the corporation counsel #. Tarbell to the contrary notwithstanding. !' ......
build contended that the dt Is enUUed Mr.. Rockefeller pays' 25
It is the on which that .
on spot to a thirty foot sideway and the cents a head for any snakes killed;,:'on.
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stfeet and Broadway Is about the has developed that Mayotj McCleUan than St. Patrick {.ld for them. Shall f' ,1MrA 600d < t
busiest'place on the continent The baa a plan to widen the roadway on 1 boys 'are making their fortone.| : ,
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United|States Cigar Store Companywin Fifth ,Avenue and In that case be! ill.kind of men. laborers, mechanics .111'P1.\J' .
wants more space from tie buildings tiny and all,are aiding to their money! "'
occupy this diminutive office. This for the sidewalks.- Board "snake fund, which will.come ..
\ company'Is leasing all the desirable I bandy in case of need.. 'Meanwhile I I
*comers'H'can.flnd.\ 'and' already has One can't have a good time in this 4te woods on Buttermilk Hill are safer : ,J. R. ELLIOTT.. Proprietor

.over four hundred. stores In'the ci 1.j city any more Just as :'one 'wants 1t.1 fJe for! n.kM'copperlieada.'snd travellers, for there are fewer other poisonous rat:* I ,*> R .. ''' _
But It will take'm great many puffs Time has been'whenmin,. : could,leedown : snakes around.
on the stoops or the steps in I Rockefellerexpects .
pay that rentaad the elgara sold there to be rid'of the reptiles [tbe- . 0'. .
front ofalmost, and building In the -: i -. ;.'." : .-; ._ .
will have to'be almost'as costly'as I Sore fall and has his estate as clear -
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city; and so long aa he. drunk nobody ; FOR S CENT$ FOR t0 CTS
Mr. Morgan's., who reputed'to pay could rdisturb'hlm, Unless some 'of,them as his brother \\'Ullsm'III; Is
four dollars a piece for his strong-cigars. 'thief'-on plunder Abound., jjU did 'not '.,*. Match Boxes Coib and Br sh Cues
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However he does not buy themIn matter, how touch money! he had In How hard It is ,to tell from all. ':the i Box Toilet Soap. g Knives
., stores on Broadway but Imports his clothes, so'long as np dishonest diagnosis that physicians can make Miami Business Directory# A. a C. Pltt.s M t Jorks '
them direct.from. .Cuba. man. was suspected tit.(! Ij But: 'becomes (! chat Is the matter.' There teems' to JeIlle and Pie Plates
Jtngrat-Beb.r'wbofaIls asleepon | certain way of determining what -Broilers o Touter.
New !York City has found that the a stoop la the most dangerous part! ti I man's health/reallr I*. Oen. Ralph, : Cake Turners n r+ Pud Pis
policy n charging ,the' great ocean of the City "of ChnrchesJ He wa $IrandetXthe'' wealthy clubman ndj I The Out-oV Tpwn Buyer,axndtnoe x:the city will nnttin the' Scoops Glass Lemon ineesen
steamsilpcompanies. such very high' full of. llauor. ices his efothM wen tnslnessmjm.. wageJ a fight against list below tfi. address of Miami Merchants under hot ; Steak t
rentals for'the piers It lets them have full ott money, -b t'-- obo4y knew It leathj fbur years ifter the doctors I ,; : cla slfld heads for ready referenced, J, Mucilage i Rcdlinz PPtors ins
does not feay and killing pf the* goose that .was laying it was found that he ha.cI with him a n Impending appolectio stroke-Which Blacking To Back,
some very fine'eggs for the city. Someof bank-roll of $17,000. It, transpired bey saw In his eyes wheat exaJDined E. L.2th CO. >. L CKXVCNDealer Cob Pipes Scra !rashe* ?
the toIPPJlnI.JIe jnatelac-, that\\'Iber had deserted t fals wife and (or life Insurance,|would make1'an MFN1 .y.oYE la Drmga FalaAt flaa > Pint CapsStrainers Has Spoons.Phn
', 'live and vigorous efforts to get piers was living around as a common hobo {end 'of him. He Wu Ipparentl);'art -.- SH H.A afc J.iil I .. I
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" 'eJae..here. and It was not at all IprobabTe not putting his money Ids the banks perfect and ragged health when !Ijtho Street Cor. |fAflll P* "" dmw'e'Fancy aells.- .. Bro
-ttttThnadelphla.Boston; because he'distrusted th#rn. :As his I odors used an. apthalmoecope. ,and 1107+ uM O.MRS.. M1r.1. sand + I
*,Newport Xew ,BalUmore and New Orleans wife proved to be destitute( the court I Declared that they discovered In:1:j his Grooera. Bay Orals
might get the huge vessels. But made Weber peel off fiife thousand lye unmistakable Indications of a par- Mapes rertfllier L & BECK
a change has come over the dreamsof dollars for his wife. W. ber,seemed Jlytlc I or, appolectie stroke 'would JIeIIr $'142;
.the city authorities, and Insteadof to consider his spree'very. costly, ube Doubtless be fatal Gen. Brandethj en J.[r L LUMMUS tats' X ..'< tad 1MO
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considering the big lines u good did not Intend'to givt his wife *' erect Bloomlngdale Asylum, practically
subjects from which to squeeze money penny. i as a.dead man and allowedthe] Dealer la UrooertM, Orate. J-tTwe istreaC MlasatllaWILSON
they have begun to revise their : 9V I'.' 'floctors to conduct him' ..through Ij]the 11w ;and Chet un; + A'HUOOLCSTON
rates and lave given the steamship Coachmen and cabmen-: are :begin. farrow margin of years that the other I Real buts u4i Iauaaaesus .
ones to understand that they wish to nlng to think that while tie horse may :doctors had left hIm.anJ died a short Ot 11U Btre I C IfUmt. FU. _
considered their friends and will aot entirely disappearInj their, lines, lime ago as the doctors said he would 1 Twelfik BtnetJ. Yfum RTHE
mike them at homevwith?Baiter jet/that: 'tb ,'chances of (heir earning 'Abasing. their predictions on the Unfail MAGNOLIA GROCERY CO. A- CAUFSSU.
and addtional] privileges. There are a livelihood In the present lines arettlowingwllmaa4 ing evidence afforded'by the opthalmoscope. -
some things that a big city can not that tJa4y had better I' Dealers In QrocerU. Hay aaJ )eiler'la'Dry Oooda.; oft
than small .. I OnIa ....OeatT Psrnbhhsp
do any more a city or inake; friends'wIth the Jt rle' successor 1- "
an Individual. Trade will adjust these the automobile. So they, now A lady was just about to drop'' her yor. Ave.:'D and 4th St. 'vtaa i.itI.. m :.&-.....'I.Wm. .ah>tl:P1iI ,
matters BO matter what Tammany are studying to be chauteral], :' Over pet dog inlhe chopper and the :subway I .. rT
says and so Tammany Is obliged totrawidown forty coachmen have been sent to man was Just about to chop,'him 0- r -
,aid 4o keep the trade theNew, York School .
try f tc| Automobile an. when'she gave a scream and appealed
It.VaVreeklHsly. urlleg. ;.wlth.. \ Engineers hy r thdrv:'employers "4lOme' I r ;Ii>> they ticket .agent for 1 help. Curry's (Sons,
OD'tllelr "own account, utiafeithat She had been frightened by .nl! em
Fifth Avenue bids fair to lose some It Is bestfor themito learn the :ploye dropping something, and Instead .
of its beauty If the raid now being profession of a chauffeur, and so be 'of putting her Ucket In the box dropped I FloridaHADOUARTalta
made .on encroaching fronts goes on. prepared to earn.their l('1ng by skillfully her dog! Into It. The ticket chopper Key West.
Now, that the ;'tourta'have! dedJed conducting their( 'employers considered it,his business to chop I I. FOR 'It.4 '
that the elty<1s-''e.us to'the'land around the city''.t their pleasure Jin whatever dropped InDO matter whether I I -, And "Leta.f'Other to* Nun*,
taken by the porch and'tiUlara ef the safety and'security.: it was elephant or John D.Rock + i eras to mention te .* itf at Ufi| -
1 1T Ship ChandleryMaterials Bulldlnc
Knickerbocker'Trust Company bulid- !"! Tt! efeller or a simple"'little dog| The 't
fag.tlhe'corporations counsel.has ;Jiis' There can be 1I0clou that Rock, ticket agentrushed, to the reqqeueandquickly'rellevedf i t ; ;All 'Kti ds. 51rOcWarlet;I t: '/Store
eye on an property similarly atraated. feller Is gafn1D&'OD meicritlcs!: of'bis, the anxiety!'of the I 01I
and he had decided hat nearly all theMe I career as he goes right (Mead In new; lady by handing. her her. dog a1DJur.ed. I No101T'Avenue'D' { '
Fifth Avenue hotels, Including the lines, "'benb,.he-re.chis the, public. Old TImer Miami, FtiH
Cast aced Ice, Steam warla Rallwajrs,jtaekla Sfcp .Fortts: -*
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All kinds oi repairing Boiler and'Ste im Fitting cal oe don at the :
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The :Miami t ,Surgco! SpecialistIf Easy Pay raerts ''

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JOB are a sufferer from anr' Disease Ulcers, Tumors, Cancers -

or any Blood Disease Catarrh Diseases of.Head Throat,

Lungs, Stomach Bowels, Dvs'?CpSb.1ndigelt1oli; Rectal Dade- .Co..Seca. Ify Co.
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and a large, 'stock, of ipeoallr, ptepi' ; red remedies for Special work

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Y + k $ t 4f and :'kerosene engine rrt p tiring a SPECIALTY i her (entering drawlog room>-

t r 4 'Whatever are Jon dole BeggleTUttle
A M1AM1 II TIE General Re air Work
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SEVENTH STREET MI AMI. FLORIDA] J braking myself grow a ''It faster.IJ .

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TWfcLVkPAUfcl "tHI DIk. LY MIAMI METROPOLIS I SATURDAY.. JUNE 23. IMS PACE ELEVEN


: SOON '1 NEW"YORK YA. !HT CLUB I ,-
GIRLS WHO :TOO
MARRY
(ONTRAit ..,.- ..t.., : : ; : 101-MILE RACEr .
DEFT. OF JUSTICE They AN '!.......< kr Trtrtal Cei \'fi" I
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1 I w by L.eus..w"tn ThtrrdrCottest the Kind Hld'by f I eraFtssioi sPatternon
Huylcr's k ; nine out often a.ea girls do not the Ne Y fork Yacht Clubstarang '
the right said the pessimist -" "'
man
marry 4 \---;--

... OF THE HIM! TRUST New York, 'Jut* :23 'Tht'n'tbe i
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percentage
"Too sweeping a put In starting wasV Bred; off Whortlekjlh '
the'bachelor. '")take. it six out of ten brryialand-: a Sound at 110

Fine I and you will be nearer right" this forenoon; Of et'n boats were lined ,-
r "Bot'jl'thOUJtrt' they always did In upon the line to compete j ravla

I i : America,". remarked the woman, of the In, Uusi, New Toi 1iI Yacht Clnh'i 101 ATTORNEYS AT, LAW.
u
1 party. think do. If ;Ju refer to mile race' limited-to to Blotk Island.of 31 The race ttwPl' ctt lA 00.....BUM a4ia JIiraal1w
I they Wpats feet
"They : being wit
Chocolatesand of ,yarn[ MHBST LAW! .....,.
,,FOR VIOLATION their thinking they are in love my' dear er liner sor under,},'same of the larger! a4 Tuiss.U..Ioa717.w. 1alJIC'"a.vvticaaf.

mailamL" the pessimist replied, "but boat mere excl ed from the privll- : .
lllttal. rin.r
I' I I "- i hilt the time they are in love with the ere of partlcip !rag In the event I

r ? I I '| notion of being engaged and of having Among the boats which made the
Will I Not Hare Usual Summer Recess I a Dome of their own and they are cap- start were Frtak! Unlrs Tamerlane; <... CXTMOCK: |B.y. ATKtSSOS:
I Patent Office at Washington ; la | ; W. 8. Sullivan' Mopsa; Q, F. Rubinaon'a Seymour &Atkinson
,
I .I.I81m Gauntlet; C. 8. King's Bab;
I and Every Employee. .,s Vacation Will Be Deferred J. W.Alker-s; Al -er. Clifford nailery's Attorneys and
Bon. : Bons8Qc Banzai G. P. GranbenT Firefly
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Until Work Is Up | Date.. Other. Notes. and F. M., W.. Ji's Little Peter; R. Counselors At Law.

r l { t W.: RathboM's Saladln, ,Harry A.J.eUon'l tad atlas&. .o clTtl practk U a11ru.
s SUM art ntetmt
. Alyce H.. DeForrest Bald
lb. [. win' Pennekessfc: R. D. Floyd's LIla Rooms 5, 6,7. FrisscH Bldgv. ,Miami t

per If. Washington! June 23- Onee more, the Beveridie amendment wherever It and several oth rL -
differed |f roil the latter and that K As high tide] at Whortleberry: Island
,the Department of Justice has be signed ''I<;jat all It would be with a was not due until 11:M, the G. A. Worley'Attorney
.; ; up trouble and this time It is "111t1 distinct memorandum of disapproval. boats had to buck against the tide

the Fertilizer Trust It baa been knowi I along wIth he signature. for a few miles,]before the torn cam at Law

for come time that the Department ;This caused noend of a row In the I and the tide h ilped them along. '
tha The majority member FoQr prize have been offered. H. 310). Twelfthst. Miami, Florida. .
and
the trail of the trust !
was on
colDDllttee.J I land patoa their report Maven Rorburg has given a $100 cup
B1SCAYNEDRUG it probably would Ind enough e'1f j thing be' fought out her f for the first prize and W. A. Marshall

deuce to warrant an Indictment. Bui (weep the douse and Senate. The has donated al cop for the second Geo. M. Robbins

the retnlu to far are,rather beyond, /esult -Vfi'tle' whole trouble probably: prize. The clob has given a third TttusvUl Flaw ,
'will be. 'Ithal no Inspection legislationwill prize and the athletic committee or!
of even the moc Attorney and Counselor
the expectations
be] paksed at this session and the N. Y. Y. C:. has added a fourtl .
sanguine octopus hunters. The Infoi the"next Congress wID be left to deal cup. This contest Is the third of At Law

COMPANY, .. matlon bad been laid before the Unltei 4 I with I III)| : This, Is only what was to this kind held tby the New York will. startle U an Corp atat* aM !?,seal
I States Circuit Court for the middle be expected. The majority of the Yacht Club an
district of Tennessee and 1* again committee that has been consideringthe with considerable interest.
Sales !Agents Chemical Coil- BeYeri) ge amendment Is given Hudson & Boggs

__ w. A _, the, Virginia-Carolina over,' body and soul to the. packing If yon are going to pay oat you
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pan: et al. The others include twea- Interest:' nj %he e same IntereC good money for a macTirn way mot Attorney at Law;
tr-flve defendant companies with jjt have''' enough staunch friends on the get the best Other makes are goo
combined capital of 100,000,000. The floor:' of, the House and It is said In ht we claim for tie STANDARD al i lownley'Building, Miami,-Fl rtd |
teL: 3. Cor. 12 St Ave. D charges are violation of the Sherman the speaker's chair to make a stubborn tie good qualltfea of others and manj i -, 0 .-
antl-tnut law and for conspiracy. The '' fight. The cry has been all along additional If yon really wan

:y.. penalty for the violation of the Sherman for;, a"Ran* and calm" consideration th* best mane mad., call om ni P. T. BIAGG3.'Y D.!\
law U 15.000 and one year In Jail of 'the ma tier, knowing that, time Is or let m can c4 yon and we will tal -
while the penalty for conspiracy fa always, bra (he side of the trust. Speaker 4y 4 about ttem. j 0CIeewD 141 Orikatsiit. .
G. M. DYKES as much as $10,000 and two years In Cannon has echoed this sentiment j as.Yas 1N11aa.t

n whenever' lie has been interviewed, .u inn axon Yea' swo TNL 1'00un. {oltun. camera.'*.* O-
+ Jan.No i rLOamL:,
that Jail senten lYun.
334/Tentii Street one expect a and 'when ft the Speaker Is against a
will be Invoked In either case. It Is; measure.'1 It has very little show In UTateJ by a Gibson face, and figure of For more than twenty years Mi .
3.'B. )( U2S
ARkMs' BtecfcsoMA. 'W Repel not the fashion to send trust magnatto the House.! a >record of college football or a man'i a'IeT.lof Clinton street Dr. James M..,Jackson. Jr
Minneapolis Ulna tortured b1
'. Jail and it Is probable that tti e In or""Enough ;. was : ,
Werk. Wvo.s Built to nIetttoRSe5ttOetNG finding as In the Sante Fe caM'!'. I of Patents has popularity, society .- sciatica. 'Thd pain and tuffertn]

A Specialty will be that the IndlvUua) officers thitthe Of at Tho{;last Commissioner![resjionded! to the demands of "What; girl., oh. dear pursued melf,the pessimist which beyond ae endbred coapreheaslon.daring this_ Nothlni Urala once Cnaer, 12t $L.ad An. I

.. tbe'companles are not guilty but Inventors'ail' over the'country as expressed "'efti'to "tldky9ltlottrsr3 "
+* warming up to bis subject .
? him relief anti
corporations are the onea th.< their protests through C. gave any j permanent 0 ,
have committed an olreu.e. They InJ pauses dUvect a man's character : he used Chamberlain' Pain Balm. ODe 1
4 Co.. of Washington and II a1c711.f L
A- Snow I Halfthe;; girls who marry do so too ; f.
therefore may be fined but It would., has contented to hold summer hearings : application:of [that liniment relieved

LeMomliWonderful be rather difficult to put a corporation ;' on else instead of taking his early In Me. I the pain and made sleep and rest pos __ .
In.ja1L So beyond the moral effect t'' usual summer recess. This will give 7Bnt; girls who have talent wbo have slnle;: and' less than one bottle hat DR. W. B.RUSH; ;
the aspirations In ut.rrrbey7 : affected If troabM
that the prosecutions may have the office |a little time to catch up a permanent cur*
ttea'er Is not much to be expected. II with the ,!mass of work that has ac are the worst Loots Dettref with sciatica or rheumatism why sol Offlos 8Mth street, T U iJ.H.F. .
.. from the arUat temperament! It
,
'. U cpmulayedrnhesd of It, but the workls me try a IS-cent bottle of Pain Balm and &ad4.1" 909th s.,
=CUReS iiiiiia U seems, according* to reports, that still too!far In arrears and complete takes a long time for any talent to matare. I see for quickly It rellet
the combine operated In only: etg&t Improvements can be attained only by 'and In the'meanwbUe there are ea UM JOuneU1to1r aale-by' BIseayai ... ..WI.
loflamation, Cuts, bruise. Barns, states, namely North and 8ontYCaoltna having jthdj: Patent Office force work moments of Intense tooellaeM made all Drug tm.
Chapped Skin Hoaranesa, Black Georgia Florida. Mississippi.Arkansas. l. over time in j defer vacation to every the more bitter by gtlmpse\ of the happiness ---
heads Pimples and Ecrcma. Keeps Alabama and Tennese In man on te force until the work Is :of other women who nave Mullett M dOma
Complexion soft smooth .and felt the eight states named. It old about op to date? borne and friends, for that appear to Low Road Trip Rates :

Price 25c 1.700,000 tons of fertiliser a year *4d I the lonely girt to be their happiness. Via LJ&_ N. R. R. : Kooss S and 4
means of the combination It was enabled The interstate Commerce Commission'Is And Jibe J j lore works. To gain com- Frissell Bolldln .
to pat up the price from $2.Bv reaching out for' more Infor- panlonsblp she marries tome man, only .
4 Sold b/....Biscayne_Drug.Company to H a"ton more than it should have mation '!of td the coal and oil carryIng : to1 speedily outgrow him and find out dears 10 a. m. to 11 m: a to 'p.a i iBesidene

been. flAn roads Of the country and their relations bow maddening,all his fault can be.I 141,lOtb street.
The Lonis lle & Nashville Railway
indication of the way the pro* {with] the producers. It has knew of one such girl, who married
Mutton in this and other trust dabs now! Issued a series of questions that a man during her period of loneliness will .elf.. round trip tickets FRED.' BUTTER
works Is that the price of fertilizer are being iept to an of the railroad and struggling: After two years she from Jacksonville to point shown
has dropped In the suffering districts of the |country covering seventeen left him and went to London with her on dale indicated; proportionately Qvacral Contractor.
: '. from $2 to $3 a ton already. This points Of fPQUlrr u to the ownership little child.. Snow cam to her as It Grading
1s a confession that the price charged of coal .ni oil lands by the road., the was bound to come and she met the low rates from other points. BlastinWll *-.

rJ t. r were extortionate. U is the rule wtrh ownership coal and oil stocks by right man two years too late-the man $20.40-LonUJri Ie Kv., and return. DrtUd., Sidewalk ,
r. "I "'i+:"'i: government prosecutions: that tie mtt- railroad o$clals and a number of other wpo'could': have worshiped her like a Tickets sold Jane 10 -- -- -
{
,; ;t ., I al the effect actual they punishment have is greater Inflicted,thjl things{connected with the sensational queen and made her( ,We ODe continual 11 and] 12 with final l limit
inquiry that the commission \y.\ C. Maynard
comfort and happttt. But It was too
the corporations. June 23- Bj payment of fej .
i Of only -
.... II Is now|prosecuting. course late.? !Ibe was tied to the mtotak of ORADUATKtOPTlClANWith -
Sbowilup { a lmal( portion of the roads will be her earlier. day for Hfe, and an* real of 50 [cents ticket can be
nel baa a
>Investigation directly Interested in the coal and MaynardI Son.-.w ters
extended
lied that because she bad not patiently until Jul/ 23rd.
for the corporations
new and neat way oil lands: I* not all of them raw
to at lead temporarily get around the through a fcoal and oil country. ..watted ah* had lost her chance of hap- 16 2S-Nash IlIe, Tenn., and r.:. A VMM 0 Hut to fort Off
anti-trust law. They: have made ute pla.s." BEATRICE A8HBT. turn. Tickets sold June
Merrift"Iolb u \ of Canada AS a clearing home. While ;Stomach Troubles GEO. L. MCDONALD
10th llt-n.; 18th 19th
tile.companle. ,.In th. combine write .1 : SIMPLE ROOMS. I I ChD !
ht- nominally Independent they made use Mrs. I and 20jth and July 5th, 6th Len.
Martin old and highly
8ni an ,
.. 0 of a corporation organUed nnJer tie respected Teatdeat of Falsonla.. Itlsa ......... D..stls.mwwk ....... and 7j Ih, with final limit 15 '.anew. w ...... .. .

laws of Canada lor a sort of holding wu. sick j with stomach trouble for a... taw. ,r..e, s.an --." days from date of sale. By OOCOAKTJT OBOTX.. FLA.

; '-, company to keep matters straight between more than) six month Chambtratn9jtpjpayb ,n..eoJ r cbem* of the room In the palm at of lee of 5( centsand
;RZALyrA"' the members of the combineaadtaaot thd-Idtstl'Ahleta. rd31t. Illustration ls'green'! and.white, which fir ALTER C. DtUAKMO,,
_. treetel. ? d posting ticket same
; :- "I'MUoa ta*" She ..,.:!'! can now eat anythtlg-I make' It particularly suitable for a
In the old trust Idea-ant' developed wist .sad Aaa-Ue-fryiiMtJiycnan In summer> cottage.The canbc extenqed until sep Aroh.1teo

9lMt'tORtDii :: -- by.ffit:2'ml1 ..$.nnl' IT ffie"i woridlto'flnd"snci'V f good medicine. i I wood work Ja white and the wan terjbcr 30th. -

.* Tor uaUJJy Blscayt Drug: at*,covered .,nth plain ,soft_green pspr..atha $16.65 Knoxrille, Tenn. and return. .
h looks thonca, neat -
It as legislation MUmLPU
1rJ' 04. and afl 4ruggl s. Sampjes free.I ,wlodow* are.small paned 1210 Ave. C
were effectually: bloAe} for the see Tbe .' Ticket sold June
French fashion. cer
:ii 1pir&a beeprexeltemtft f, M\ 'tPI 4psdlaltth i and ar'Inexpensive open oat ones of dimity. 17th. 18tb, 19th. 24rd, 24th \
lai of'thiader >
J AWe "J the CapUoKalhtlt tnWetteriJ&at jfc* PrestMpt Nfk 'J. J-- II Toe'portieres are.of. green" dental and .and 3J th and July 7th. 14th TheChapmanllou s

sent to Chairman Wads worth of the decrease i: fD the same ratio fUt theMe 5oJ" Iiw;: 'Ui'I n" I and 5th. Final limit of r. w. CHAPMAN. Prop. -

}0f I jl Kings New w. wills s.o' .- ticket k 15 day from date of .Raw....SLM n....(...'rW.*!'?'1. cu.foru/p.clat el br..t.....IA-
proposejLJHpuae subaWtau.. for the creases.andjbr .U4 .. emat
dineruick icketa beexteaded atCud al
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t la le-J ca < & pi .
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Bevertdg* amendment to! the Agri lee .....aa4.'- -gatd.a..1 ........ Pct
[ tart Af tfroprtftTUnJ BUlj The President frost constipation and the Ola \ Vy jaymcnt of of 50 mood ...u...*.&!..*>4 OcMa katklsf.D .
cuM 1It..and aaJIWrank11 that | Strength and Tlgoi ,.alwayir cent and depositing with ..lray. toA.WGraham
the substitute WM almost u bad i iM $ ns*. Ouaraateei; by an.

Dotting aj all, thjy ?waajnfertor'jft; t2so ...Try. them. \\ 1 special agent until Sept 30
I Loaj and San Fran'Cisco' i
: -- ? -- 'T .10 -- --- -, 177.50. .ngele I .
and return,' account '
urnisTi Contractor find Builde
Nov Readt to l' % Convi ntion National Ednca
.r SatlifactlonOttknutteed.

W -W1 IthtjRWN-1 Qw tionaAswciihon, ticketi ..
\'Sne '
j I 24th to
1 ldJ noe July. 1 Let s ,..r week a" _rod
with'nnal limit 87. ,Iieeee..cwse...,. .. o.ai lad I
(Ii;i inclas re SeptembWlSih. ell gall rs4 a 0.1ha a14.W.Ltt}'

I and other J' tlf rfTfIGN; LANDS Tickets. good l

!;t r.-t's; !|of r. Travel L goings! one rente and retain. '
makes of B's &* &>t M reJg .,r fag another. Liberal stopovers -] Expert Ty pewrifei4!
.. C..llner
1ptjtt
ftJ "' 11i
(4 r i in mi"m i>m immnr j- r$ i allowed.M2.65. .

? tlW illiamrJ.Bpan.Rdi rAfThelll }inoiser, aailed fom j SL a Denver Colorado Spring- or I Repairing, 1

'San Francisco:September 27 for a yea.&visit.abroad, la the & re'tnrn. Tickets I N
CoL .
Pueblo
at+,t;:: s Yowr** of hia travel: MrBrvair will visit the foltowife named .: )
17FRTxiK sold .
il i J ly9th to 14th.Fi '
tsp' '.{- (> ;14iI'gi' tf ,( a. ..

_,..., ..Ut1V. ; .1 I IOfIRAIfLi l t .. nil rejturn L IIl-t.Aui} 20 h..: '
r : \ > isq V1NDIaQ; B [{f.tI.tSr11 = te atop oven allowed ''Cmil'AEhmannArchited': : ,
t : JU': p7x" P. LANps.ACBTRALIA btf } g '
: .. ,' .t ,.... 3 [, 'Cothrodo 'cotnmoi- ',J> ''
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;NEW ZEALAND ; .i.LUT.unt :: II )
S IPAIfP + Q '! 1ITALYo+IU ,' 3210.! Mil VTis. andretara.
it i NORWAY, GERMANY ticket West Palm Beach Florida
) ; DENMARK, RUSSIA; 8JTEDKN, HOLLAND e sold August 10th.

The bicycles' and other .. rt H 'I.. P' tt letlndescribing I .. 11th nd 12th. Final return
.. From each of the countries, named Mrrijanwiltflrnte 'll" &'- Merritt & Kolb
5 A sann BOOK. ;ad.
Limit i
goods.are the best stars his observation add dealing partieularly with the polfticat $ August '
dardgoods onthe market, f life of the countries visited. 1 I U f tiThne i 'J:, pme inexpensive,material'is used Daily May 15th to Septem- Red: Estate: Rentals etc].
{ letter will be publisbedln.Tb Commoner, sad those who for some of the eats| and cushions
tb 30th, inclusive round
1t- .other k 'desire to read every one of these letter ibQuld lose DO-time in,sub II Tbel effect Is *omewbat varied by the er < Estates MwMgcd I
Hartford and Tires. scribing! for Mr. ran.a Pape i i S Introduction of flowered material here trip summer tourist tickets Ave. C, r.ear 12th St?Miami.
%! I j and there as In the case of the wicker yeah c on sale to rari-
Coaster Brakes' fitted to old !
The Commoner I* iaeue*};,weekly and tbe oubacription price itf
wheels. AH work guaranteedBest 1.00 a rear. By special arrangements I with. the publisher, we are chair. with Its gay cushion' In the Qua n *>ort*. Full information DR. E. M. LAW !

I enabled to offer for a short time only, the ptmmoner and.tine Miami -foreground. chcdulcs, tune tables
new ;wheels; for rent Weekly Metropolis one yrarbotb! for 'i.t*, when paid in advance, j IA green matting covers the floor and will be furnished
or we will tend The Commosar. and the JUjann Pall Metropolis for thls.ls strewn with small: gay colored etc., on DENTIST I
231: 12th.Str.eel 'Blue Front at one J'ur.to any address for ts.00 the regular price of the Dally rugs i t tI pphc; tion to
,l ..Ketropohulooe.; |, | !I The picture are colored prints neatly G. K. Herring Finlc v Bu.i ting

.Address all orders to MWtota, *'C.Ma Cni.'r framed la passe partout. L & N R. R. Artistic Work ThorouchlyExecuted
Carroll ,& (Clarks -; r. '. ) ': -,, *, ft-; .... ,> '1> .. Tbe wbot effect I* soft and barmonl- Fla. Pas Agent -
.. ene.i I B. DELA;, BAUMEL! 118 W. Day t., Jacksonville, Fla Wltk... Mt Modas Appfuus

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Railway QUESTIONS) ANSWERED October u> January U and the Ulk benefits which mast ease as th* rinlt *

Florida East Coast of the shipments art seat North from of suck Oevelopment. Caniaa fads

November until May although,there her most proCtsbl !tavestmea while

being practically difference ta th* labor I Is ta demand aad wQ pelt Pe.

local ',Itae (Met No. W In Effect April ttjBliSOOTBSOCHBkEAP I ormation of Interest to the Prospective Settler seasons,jieeda may lie punted or vegetables pie of moderate mesas who eoi* her S

DOWN IIOItNOaIIdp.. gathered any day ta the year.Vegetables and buy a small tract of land, pak* aeo
Concerning Miami and the Southern
ar* grown usually oa the modest home, set oat trait and

teed *. ra RATIOXI.KutPmlatk' LJl i lI r r1ff Portion of Dade County. prairie {lands, which are free troa while waiting for these to a* tat

a. I I 1 timber alii' d ar* composed of a kind ofmart bearing eagigr hi tracking. al. .
11Iek-.1J P. I I j I II
J.ek.o. "'" I I II ways without exception.
/asp. 104i Ups
: t And this costs lee .t thaw
: sneee*
S UP.mtm. .. Fruits are grows on pta sands,
U saai __ *. *leaeq la other parts of th* couatr; while
I jSd many Inquiries are directed tothe clrUIxadoa{ aa electric lights which are slightly higher than, the
ap u knot: t: I I settlers water In this the climatic conditions render jatJoor
3IetropoIls by prospective works sewerage. Ulesaoa ay- prairies and section very tech!

lltem t:__- IU 1Iaa III....__.If.AII.f or; home seekers concerning conditions temtn. mall dellvery.tk ** aewtp- This roc : 1s a peculiar coral formation work possible every day, ta a year.

.. BIl&AelIo ... UtAtllC In this part of the country, pen two national bank, ODe State contain!]g a great deal of plant tool with the health benefits of ch an

,,app.Ll u: OR apoa.-" NUp. e'Oai a andthe, burden of correspondence bank ate. It has mused beaatifar u evldei ced by the fact that ta many open-sir life thrown la. At a same

$ p. b laps xpl wlr: -. ..Dt7Iosa.. ..... '4p.tali "1lI. ea.laaiusea. ullid thereby bra become to heavy, streets of natlTejwalte! atoa It la placesxxange and other fruit tree ar* time, people who ar* enjoylaj health
iOPpmTOSS' M."t 1mY1 ...... t + I 'and moderate succ*** 1*.their precast
the|w.e have attempted In the rotfow. practically: the terminus of the llorUa to be sjea bearing thriftily, though
ETECa.6t4 1 : aboJes, sd better when: t ar*.
stay ley
I rap. 1 fag|...ucle to-summarize each Information East Coast Railway for though aa extension apparently standing on a solid plate
Juaaetlap'
e .i ct There should b reaaofcs to Influence
a weighty
_._ __ .i Is,wait Important, cad, to, of th.r &d baa r.cenWbeeit of this lock Being of a porous or
I lop. Oat ttllile. 'r" v 1 lop. a teas '' 'fregneUi built penetrating the lands ioney-combed anyone to make a movi of such
the farming structure th root of
Its amver gnestious mat '
/m.
U I 1pa it _..-_THnrrlll._:.-..- r OS importance People: who has mad.
t(OpmU area ask| ..IIt'' is hoped by this,means bata forty-flr mile south thin la merelya th* trees, are enabled to penetrate It
_. id. ..___ s it loa failures: elsewher not likely to
ere are
1 IIDpm Lt wiiehhonoredi I
feeder to tie of aad
simple coW the'peper, of commerce= this dty. drat ample sustenance from what .
p .-...- ...TUwrUl.. t j successful her*. and .
8 a*: IMpa ... _eo-.__ .. IHpm 'ass I are" teat oat-wUl. In lost Her are located|tae steamship docks would ape to be a very unpromising very Intelligence

llltaa .IMpmlirpm .....-. ..-..E.lock.GaIlia.led...r--,. --- .. liopa1147pm i,.1176 Uaat6aa .' CSS&, serve the.p rpose'ltattedeet, of tie P. A O. Steamship Company jo sie.3 This rock by .th* way, Industry are aa essential t* forT
lea Ilpps .. ..Malboarna-.; Ulfpsl., 17. tar .whoe lines operated to West auk| af beautiful durable tune her a* la any other par of the
was I lapo ..... ....,-. *.bud.. .. UMw. Uera'lea. a4e soaal totter. 8pdflckhv. are Key and building
-. :I 1Opoa IL Lade_. ... -.. lOttamt10I7UB 11 ea.Y to Henna and to Nassau Immense material aDd the house Slob
caws ___ ., 10 eras ISps (*natl a may be obtained by-writ** new court
11ep. Port Pl e --
If It la deetred-1a talceaerat
ea
I scow ll ll_ _" IPpaI. xfeaiy wharves, etc. are and JalUss, well severs ace
..-: Tlbb of the real state 0( ther firms tetag/prajecteJ. t+ as rsldeatea
.. a.1... adm .. .. ...'OO.. 10 13&Ia 111p. 1 farming la the ralateg of wheit, cars.
.S I. .,..... .... J_.' .. 10 0I&a .108pm ih+advertisements' appear la jtaii keep Pace with th* vastly Increased t4 the 4I+Ityr- built of'this stone, are
I' .. looouaI10MI ItpaI | or oats peaches
apples
JOua .7poa... ... _ _Bob. 8MB4 I -... 1 xs .0 ripe 'papjjrr aid the best'_jrto t become PakeL11gewtth \ maritime business that*most follow on much; admired by all vlsltoraX It also grapea or
.. ..... other products of th* tempen t ,
/tea. lbpa ..lup I. -s maria finest sane
.. BeaQ .. I IkIa .I top* i local'eondluoas.proic ee the deepening of,the,harbor, work on the road material theworUa
I upa .. 11'''Pelm .. 1 one moat cast hla lot hw dreda of
.... 1.1,. .. 1\n1D"" .. i iI t.01 pais ttdi itrlea and current ..Aappenhigswhii.contealplatiBs : which Is now actnajly progressing An *) Dadw county leads aU others some

., 1si: 1 loop. .... fort_Della t.ad_ l .... T r1 a I'!11Ope ItpDI I -remuTint.:io!JthUlection :'. approprlstlon of $300,000 baa beea a- In the I Bute In mileage.lid condition mile to the'north, and accept the cols
e D nU., I'" lOpe I I I, that la '
the''epq"
ot t lands
.1 .. part
O ONsa 1 Npt. .... B p..1- .. 1 !11Mp.1 I Is through reading.the -Daflj cured from the (OTenuaeat for harbor of her Ughwaya- '
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7 m lOpe Li .matc, 4 J. .aoaasis... ,.......I IIOaa ar t W..kJJ.JHtropotJ, the forneiof )' improvements, and ta* Florida The hula cultivated -are chiefly where three things can be grown.Neither

,,.1.= )(:::;4...-it.: ... t1efkt'a. .' =':. ftlch Trill be sent to any.addrsu East Coast Railroad la also pledged to grape-fruit, oranges, and pineapples.guavas I There la la a this"no a fence stock haw raising." walck goaatry.la a

at.die rate-of foe, a year. I expend a like ar out. Thus. "".000 jmsngoes, avocado years and
i treat boon to the eetter'ofl ttmltadmeaaa
tweb.llsae 1s. auL.1eAne.enla.RIM Is now being used for this purpose an.! limes
three niQnlha;.tJIe WeekJra Urn are largely produced but being
and then la ItttI
T4a P $p te piper--being mailed for $1.M It is a moral certainty that farther appropriations Indlgenotu} to the country they thrive stock In the very Os tie* Ive
V other
L Ji.. sat coaatry
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BM7 r joa win b* secured nil the with UtO
or no cultivation. Cttrus
surreal aulle" .tr u { band If it la desired to hi th
I I angac* *
a'tr. harbor U In a condition commensurate
trees will require from three to aYe
: I THE CTTT Or MIAmI Importance culture'of ctma fruits, plneaf alee, rarriooa
with Ita from a commercial years after planting to produce trait
oat of the wilderness ameels tropical or,aemJ-troplal.tralta,
I Sprang
-ItektoBTtn TOO
Z 0 .. .. $ geographical and strategical Pineapples, which grow on a plaat
asp 1. rw lte I 13 $ 11I / ago,,the railroad having reached the growtng ft regetaalea at th* sea
111 $ 1tiaW D.akea'I I W 11 Ut1. Prior to'|thli1m1 standpoint-an Importance recognisedby somewhat resembling the cactus: sad of the yrsr
all
} 5pp IU TUI11a.tILLLI point April on when otljer parts
; i 1 $ s41 Y. ...A /00 public'Ja_ at the national capital which are propagated by setting Blip
whose trade was of the country ar* la the of wlaadraatr
one store Fat grtjt -
and by all who will Italy the location or sack rs. bear fruit hi IS months
110 OCCDEXTAL STEHSBf COOtS AT BilL dpilly"wits the Indians, and a fvIc4ered .r, thus lection offers dedde,
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of this port sad Ita relation to Insular after p? mdng In this section they
families, eking oat a PrecarUvellkcod I agee over any other partial of ,U*
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0as Clulcdoa flat at Wessl wttt SteesMklfe el the P. &f. S. ,Is, aDd South American commerce to we groin tn th* open there being no
I io.4 by wrecking anS the.a I United Statee.
say nothing of ;the vast tale that necessit; for protection from cold, and
Havana and Key WestTwo >s4ufac&H of coontle starch were
must Into existence th
J spring upon then 1s thus a aavlng'of about WOO
:ftefonly: : svldencea of civilisation! On It la Oangerou1 to Neglect i M4
:Sailings Each Week. completion of the Panama canal an acre which la the cost of shedding
28 lit, Miami vaa'Incorporated '
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Stall A glance! at the; map will show themost further i orth. There ar* ten to twelve How often do we hear itit'i n marked:
Tears Dluharg. Pasaesigers at SsOp-s fide. Ne TransfersFr $ city tarnishing perhaps the 1-Il I "
observer
casual the possibilities, thouaani plants to the acre. and th* only a cold.'aad ate. d iya later
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,,- ......... J .......,..a-w.... .. .nsiance on record In which a I full! II the future holds': for the Magic City fruit br lIP In the neighborhood of learn that the man In on his I ic*with
m. _-.l = ia.awbrw n.. &h....s...IIa.ri1'wae..ersw1.awIo..le.alaee4i .r.t-"f..... fledged, city came Into erlstmc with I pneumonia. This U of sack common
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., ,w r. SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES from SO sent* a dOleD for Red Spanishto
ratlflnt having been a town. Three occurrence that a cold howti er alUht
C. 7 of tile LOCAL TIME CARD or Other ........ hundred vetera required 25 o nts a piece for Porto Woos should not be dbrecarded. chambermini
registered are Miami has one of the beet public
.. The per:entage of plants fruiting depends Coach Remedy counts any
:. :"SEB THE TICKET' AGENT. 'T J jo entitle any community to be calledjty. schools In the State embracing both t of
I ui ion the car and Judgment exercised tendency a colJ to result la pneo
J. D. RAHNBR. Asst. Oral. Pass:; AcU. !T. AUOUSTOfl fl.S a < lees than that Bomber eonstit&g the common aDd high school courses. !n their culture, some growers oxmli. and has earned ita gn at pupa
a town At a meeting held tocbel The buildings are large and wJl ventilated larlty and extendr sale by It i prompt
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.. having incceeded tn trait
1 porpeee of IDcor'poratJoll.aa : thr and them'la a competent corps seeming cure of this moat common al [meat n
: Ifrom SO cent, of the plants tn their always can and la pleasant to tak*.
one-half months after of teachers
A Catholic convent, second
thel:1: pineries For sate by BUcaya Drag C and an
trail reached Miami S44 ] !> to none In [the State, la la full druifUta. -
Landi may be purchased from IS or
EASO AH D iut'I'M) ffceaomeail grow in m] uaj# operation giving Instructions to Loth 110 an i ere up, depending on proximity
: soar period has been sustained exes Then are also privat schools Peatmaeter RebbetfO Jp.
to r< ads and shipping point Good
tt+iugnout the sight yean of the eltrtTh a musical conservatory, and art school T"KlTer
S land oij rock road within I mOe of W. !bats postmaster

Air Line Railway T.t so that every educational need maybe Miami duty be had for f U aa acre and ton. la, nearly lot his Ills and war

? POPULATION, era supplied. There ar* about thirty; sometimes less than that sum for land robbed of aQ comfort, acordtng to

stlaml has at present a rea14a1'''pop flourishing schools In the county. not Immediately oa a road. The same bas letter, which says of Jan die* that

FOR: I ulafcon winter of between month 6,000 CIa population and 7000. la is Every religious denomination ta represented q.ua.lty jot land farther away from even when my my finger doctor nails prescribed torn*, Electric yellow

theJ j and the following have. transportation facilities ess of coarse, Bitten; which cored m* lad have
'' Savannah Columbia Camden, Southern Pines augmented by th* addition of thousands handsome. church buildings: Presby I be purchased for less Th. land is anpromlslig kept m* well for eleven ye* Saw
of visitors, mostly of th* wealth for
Baltimore tartan Zp copallaD. Cathode If. ft In appearance to those ao core bOloaineaa. a i. weak-
,Raleigh, 'Richmond, Washington, lest classes who come ,to elod'thetde61 asp and an stomach,, llrei Kidney
Church II. B. Church South ant customed to the deep rich sow oj
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York.
Philadelphia. New climate and th* finest fishing lathj and bladder deraagementa.derful A woo.
I Baptist. other Sates: being rocky and sand tonic. At an
drug Ida.
Two Elegant Trains Daily. I world. To accommodate these' yet results cas be obtained from tt
\' SeaDoard Mail: visitors then ar*' numeroua hotels SOILS AND PRODUCT '
eaboartExpre I far In 'scess of the returns raise sore Nipple
I snl boarding houses principal among, Tie prlnelpsi I Industry In rhlstlon see fertile
\ more sections of the
,Modern 'l Pullinaa' Equipment.! which Is the stately' Hotel Royal Palm' Is the growing of fruit aaj winter from rertUlser mast be ud, but I IA ear.may affctd'applying;

'ON".y: V and the,grand' new Halcyon' HsUbothojotuments vegetables for' the Northern Gar the ret<,ma more than Justify th* ts child chamberlains la don 'aaraag.BT aa.' Wp*as Qe.Ji".

In alse, grandeur and. sofl sets. Tomatoea form the staple} crop, pendltu Involved with a toft cloth before ttth* ---r.

opentty; iiUr ttrooia deepen (from /teluiiQli to lei,Orluis eod .t c Mil tit-. I : but then are large 1 quantltiea of other Poop:i of energy and Industry ar* child to nurse .Miayne trataed nurse

'f 'population b eosmopolttaa, -t I vegetable grown, such aa tomiitoea, heuUi4 welcomed, aad th* this salve with th* bet naIt&

I .r w state m the Union famUhlal 1Utnota egg plant'p.pp.n.as ate. The development being coac".1 Price 29 eeata per box.. 4 b7 m.-

Tor full" iafornatioi red sleeper erraftoaa, call on an ir erg -#&t ;ol t. ot'representatives. .Aa nd*.1 one Drag Ox and an cIniaSat&I"

Seaboard, or write drib foreign element la unknown. i
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4 McDOHHELL latta ha. ttf Jicboiiille FUAtlantic i from personal expert*** .. I

after visions California and other seedttB '

F. C. BOYLSTON. Jr.. Pass. A<< 1 J when"ellmatte 'cosdltioas are Habe You Read

? oasldered at their beat,;wt cam iakeanatla -
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iy ray that Miami" tte'moataefteet / I
'water climate tn GIll Vast d

Coast Line Iti.....' OoldtoalmoattalaowiiVoCh ;' -

| .allthteat treat being myinna.T ; THEI

: I warmtk' of name tf lamjerilthe / II

breeeea from tho A -
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THROUGH 8CHIDULX jI i iI
WU; sad tl> bfgfe.t.tageeitst,

57 recorded by t>e gorerameat thetao/r; I t"'J n, i
1 Jabama"
Florida Ccgia North Carolina C
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and' South Carolina :.a, ; .a..t I Qnatut

Th' Travel between j V /t" I
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Eq.ipsuce'Mag.tIs esooahti. L DQKq .
oenal 1 Metbt;; J:1epa',hDau t4alq Cu'RouteOf effacedwb.lah. sea- iI; a

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Celebrated '>i FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LJM1TED; / No matter how'many inigi'rhif you read, TOO must read THI t ti
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..; "MONTGOMERY i iI I airy have_the) bad eHti Whkkleariat SCRAP BOOK tk ''
Talon [ L. .AND N| I i Kxtst mtxtUy maiata.,aer/rbluhod 4
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:.otMrrxxaurT.iarrBOD Or.TBAXELilt&j"i' ',:1. -. errs takaow 'wfa tjryheUtaag I e nags-brOd' enoa .T9om'J.euoudi. braiD" enough, iuttrum enough '' .

Attiadc Oo utUnenata Dsan4tl-tickets good over.Ii, of raOrod4aibraong fa tststr bcsrd et, It 1r' tleilrsN r ,to grip the intertgtot.ereiy person In the United States:who can .. iQ' ,

&1111O f....of the South. ,on sale at -prtoeipal ifntes,at Was ter;qoM-'s1, tats I out the alphabet. Whoeyer you are, THE!SCRAP BOOK,k for 700! .

rate of t*easb.-Limited to one year from date of purchaseFor full,complete 'troahlea,'asthms. atani aa4atarfar'mseases 1' We can't ten you half, but here are a few titles at random :, .
aad reliable Information regarding rates schedules, Pullman ferviee.etn '
which ar* nmalaattteotdar I
Tb Moment of Deculoa-RooacTclt and Labor Union .
*-Money
'frank 0.Boylston. Dut.Pass. Art. W. D,Stark,Traveling 1 >ass,AgaaittS eUmata. Many penoM. ;sfr. Among the Ancient -Rhymes of the Bards of Graft-The Devil and Tom
VT. Bay Street,Jackson vilJe.TlaJ fisted with these da have com her
Walker-When Fate Casts the Dice-Preserration of the Human
W. Craig Passenger Traffic Manager, Wi1miD N. C and bee cured or greatly Duos. Body-
J. ont | have The Coins of Caesar-A. Horoscope of the Month -Superstitions of the I
sfetd. Of course this la not ta*sic.h Theater-The Companions Jehu-What the Prophets say

f? I every lastanc People.. herM; -Benjamin Franklin-The Progress of Women and a hundred ocheImagine

'' '' they do everywhere elM No conatry
Has 'Stood' The Test 25 Years the heart all the
ass yet bees discovered ...!!pecifI. ; of magazines packed into one and you

Its Immune from death and dleease.4t I have some idea of the peutntss and variety of THE SCRAP BOOK. .

Grove's the same time. It may be: troth. Enrybody is going to read THE SCRAP BOOK sooner or later.

tally said that the conditions ass tending The'Price' is Ten C ints a Copy and One Dollar by the Year
tt> general aeslthfulnees heari
I1. as ta any section of the eoantry. .I I On all ntafs stands or from the publisher t
Chill Tonic

Tasteless t and. far T&B more CITI'8 so than YOTURII tn most I IM1amI" FRANK A. MUl SEY, 175 Fifth Ave., New York

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