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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 27, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLUME: 3, NUMBER 174 f. | |FLORIDA, WEDNEAY' _JUNE 27,1906 r EZG..II.T .A :



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INSANITY MAY BE PLEA 1 T1EESTATETICKETS[ n i l MOTOR [BOATriST INSPECTED ;I.



OF THAW FOR CRIME!I NOW BEFORE VOTER! I:i F J1t NEW LAW ,OF INTEREST TD'BOATMEN1''


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Much' Speculation on Various Pennsylvania Political Situation I if j

Phases of Case Growing Complicated I t are_ invited to attendMiami's I JILL Wins OF ,J THE E UW WILL BE PROSECUTED1:


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Officers of the District- Attorne;;,1 State Democratic Convention inSes 1 Anniversary, f The Law Requires Licenses to Be Issued By a Local Board


Office Making Every Effort,to.Get I lion in Harrisburg Today an' I July Z 26 and 27Gnmi of Ins M lectors-Heavy Penalty. is Provided for :

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Murder of White. Field, Making Four in all. : A Old Time :

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Captain Win A. Shaw and Chaa ;q naptha.. fluid or electricity and'carrying '
New York. June K- With.the POOl .*Harrisbnrg. Pa. June 27- Probab ; A. Spencer u:3ted: States local Inspectors passengers for hire, licenses far

lice.'cOroner'1 and diltrlct'&ttorDe1'1' never before in the history ofbean 1 of steam vessels, have received i i the term of five years each.

,offices working practically: .continuously : State ha the political from the secretary of commerce!i, Application for original licenses:
more complicated and uncertain a4| ,4 I:shall be;made on the printed forma
to learn all the details leading and labor Instructions relative to an
just now. It 1* doubtful whether th!i which may be obtained at th*
np to the murder of Stanford White Democratic State convention .hle1! '. I Il act to amend section: 412 of the re- 'office of the board of United State ;

by Harry, Thaw, at ,a.threitrical.pe.: met here ibis afternoon will simplify 'j vised statutes 6t the United State I local Inspectors of steam vessels. Every -
tormance In. Madison Square Garden matters and bring more clearness 14 as to regulation;! of motor boats. That ,1 person so licensed shall be a dti-
Monday night,. and although sources the political situation. Three State portion of the act of Congress as approved sen of the United States. No visual
are silent u to any discoveries maJe.:I tickets have already been named 14( l Reme ber The Date May ( referring to motor or other examination win be required '
there la much room for speculation today this State and If the con yentlon.whlelt I boats, follows, says the but no person shin be licensed: whom
on all phases of the case. is now In session here should dead ::1 I l, Times-Union 18.j908.jj I the Inspectors regard a* Incompetent.;
Thaw's statement 'made In the po: to put up a separate ticket of Its ow "AU gross tons or!, The pilot rale*' prescribed by th*
lice station on the night of the murder ; there will be four and great confns July 25th, 2 tb and 27th, 1906 less propelled Iq whole or In part by ,board of supervising Inspectors apply
that WhIte has ruined his home: ion In the'ranks of both prtncipa c gas, gasoline petroleum, napths fluid to all vessels propelled by machinery s
la taken for a basis for the police and parties In the bargain. { or electricity, and carrying passengers and all persons licensed to operate
detective work.: : The Prohibitionists named a tlcke: 1 for hire stall carry one life pre or navigate motor vessels are hereby
There seems little' ; doubt but Insauity I on the supposition that the Democrat* server! of the sort prescribed by tie enjoined to comply with the said rule
will be urged as '. defense for I would endorse it and placed Stag .regulations of the board of supervlt, and laws relating to'the navigation
Thaw., A. letter from White to Mrs.I Treasurer William H. Berry at th{ : Ing 'inspectors.| for every passenger:'cf vessels and for the'prevention of.
Thaw WI. recently dlcovered by Thawon ; head of It.< The Lincoln Republicans MOST E ENJOYABLE DANCE iuTMUDERDALE'BRIDGE-) I carried, and nqj; such boat while so 'collisions.!1 : -
Mr$., Thaw's dresser, where she' the so called reform wing of the parr carrying passengers! shall be operated A penalty of $500 Is pl'OTlde4'leeiton In
had thrown It and It la reported that 1 ty. put up a ticket headed by Lewli or nsvlgatedjjexcept In charge of & 4500; of the revised statutes ''
at that time he rowed vengeance. 'I I Emery Jr., a veteran Bghter agalnsl. HE AT FAIR BUILDING Jill IN BAD COITION person duly licensed for J such sere j I 1 for violations of the law for not carrying
An officer of the district attorney the Standard Oil Company. The rejL lee by tbe local board of Inspector I(| life' preservers ;as required la
office made a.significant! remark that: nlar. or so-caned machine Republican*I f i ] No examination,) Shan be required ua the act
many witnesses had been located Included :([of whom Senator Penrose 1* the leads I condition of the obtaining of melt a The regulations provide,, that the.
In the number for the defense 'f ler. have nominated a ticket beade< license, and.any] such license shaH be local<< inspectors shall suspend or. u.
Several Instance have been related:|by Edwin S. .Stuart former mayorPhiladelphia. revoked or suspended by the local: ,
c '' II the Young The Converse Bridge Company, to i voke the license ot operators or navigator
by friend of Thaw showing that be' I Given ..E"'eninC By board of Inspectors for misconduct I i I of motor vessel of fifteen toes '
wu undoubtedly unbalanced In mint During the last few'weekl varlon Ken of 1!le City Complimentary whlm Mayor Sewell Wired for. aMaA gross negllC'8nt'i recklessness in naylot!I lees, referred to In the act quoted ;
efforts nude to start a move ,
,, were : I igation. IntemiMjjriinrw nr violation of for misconduct: gross negilgencejeck-j
ROOSEVELT 'A GREAT MAN; I i ment in favor of a fusion. The Pro* I to Miss Clancy Who is Soon to to Make Repairs, Cannot law on the pet of the holder, and ''lessness In navigation Intemperane .
8O, SAYS 'CZAR OF RUSSIA hlbttloB branch of the Democrat nrg ," II If revoked the! person holding such ,I lor i violation of law on the part of th*
"" -' ed the endorsement of Berry by the Send a Man Under Two Weeks. license shall Incapable of obtaining !
I I I I Leave For the North. ,, holder; and If revoked the person yh
,.it/:. New York:June 27-Former United,'regularDemocratic convenUon..whllthe"rform' 1- 7' ,'. ', S ',' .-;r,' ,.. .. ., i another such. license' from one ::lUg such license'shall 'be Inca: -|
State Senator Geo. Washburn has returned element favored the 'eat| j\ 1 year from the date of revocation. able of obtaining another such license j'
of the Lincoln candidate t tI I I
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from London. While abroad dorsement I Will issue Licenses for one rear from the date of cave,
for governor. It seems, however .- J *
the Senator had a:talk recently wits ? cation. I
; that a conalderablepart: of thf The held In the Fair building Word comes in t morning ,,from I I In pursuance J of the provisions of '
the Cur of Rossis In which the latter ,-' I an ,
; i Democratic doe not favor tow ,said act, Messrs .Shaw and Spencer As there are a large number of
; party Road Superintendent Goode that the 1 1I
said: TYonr President',1. a treat I|Ion with other party,' but Insist! :last nighc impUmentary to Miss Ethwno will Issue to applicants for license to i' launches'and'power,boats In this dls'trict -'
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man. and Is a great head of a great I the nomination of a straight' cl Clancy\ will soon leave for count; I draw bridge at Fort Lauder operate or navigate vessels of fifteen which win be affected by th.\

country. Convey to him' expressions Democratic upon ticket at the coming cam I'i a northern triP: for the summer wasone 1 dale In the same position about I gross tons or ices! propelled in whole I II I l provisions of this act. It Is publishedfor j

of my t i.KILLB,personal regard. I palgn. HI* efforts were futile, how of the most,delightful social fun,. three feet, out of plumb and that <> I or in part by gf s, gasollne.petroleum. the benefit of all concerned .__,

INTENDED BRIDE; 1 I ever and when the '.convention:r waj tlons of tha season. Miami's young Is propped and tied with heavy'ropes :. .- I

"I t THEN SHOOTS HIMSELF ,,nation called to was order practically this forenoon unchanged the society folk' were represented In full to prevent further leaning. A* was A MoS ADVENTUROUS LADIS '.

d I I I the party apparently, as far, from I1j i and although a very warm night the stated!In the Metropolis yesterday the

Fatal" Tragedy,Occurs In Texas Jut. ',I,compromise a* ever. : breeze 1 fro;!>, the bay! kept the hall foundation under the .center pedestal YOUNG CONDOR NOW 'IN JAILi
; i'Before the>Ceremony }| Former Major Vance McCormick I!1 well IUPl'lItLi,wlih cool air. had partly washed, away and the I ,
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Comfort Tei: ,' the 'I HlCTIaburc.Ia'puahe4 .teethe < Biscayne Orchestrisupplled bridg| gave way at that point with a '"
,June 27- In presence I S gubernatorial nomination and K The well. :nown, : '
last: I possible 'chance'of the bridge collap- I.
of assembled wedding guests considered one 'of the-strongest: th< dancers with Its usually I'I'
evening;at the home of his Intended dldates whom the Democrat coal fine music. nd everyone who. attend- Ing into the river.. -
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> '.* bride-Joe Betohart-who-waa to have'place at the head of their ticket: bu'' eded enjoyed the evening to the 'utmost. 'In w..er to Commissioner SawelT Has Traveled Many Thousands of Miles Mostly' on the)
i -.been>> married to her shot and killed It remains to be seen whether the con Among the ladles present were secon'telegram: to the Converse (
,Miss Ernestine Kntxer and then shot,',.I vention win see fit to bury the batch I Mrs. Wm. 1j j; Gramltng' Mrs. E.. H. BridJ; 'Company :st Chattanooga to "Bl nd Baggage", and as a Stowaway on
himself with probablyi fatal results. and'accept Mr. McCormick. a* a compromise Hughes. Mrs. Dan Keith Mrs. Osea I send a man 'to repair the bridge Immediately
No cans. II known for>the:tragedy. candidate. It II considers T. Conklin Mrs. Oscar D. Tucker .they.answered that the only Steamers and Sailing Vessels. I
Both belonged to the belt.amIDel of,, practically out of the'question' iha Mrs. J. E. mavis. Misses Ethel Clancy available man can not be spared Inside I

this ,iettlon.YOUNG. :'I;either Berry or Emery will be endon May W rley, Herberts PerryGer- < I ?_ I''I! *d.s<'' 'Saould'' the Democrats: 'nomla trude Tice. Irene Jaudon. Dot; Stout. ; at.work he can not leave. ,
FARMER' KILLS ate ,McConnlck State Treasurer Beif Vivian Tyi n., Mildred Taylor.''Manu Commissioner Sewell notified Chair I .
; t WIDOW IN JEALOUS RAGE try will withdraw from the.race Whitnal., Maude; Coachman Anita man (Wlnfleld and Superintended Liverpool, June 27- Stanley Condor (way to the railway station, where he
'i '.will not permit his name lobed Uj Canon; Mand'MeGlrt. Lillian McGah- Good of the contents of the telegram aged eleven years, hu been remandedto secreted himself In a westbound ralV
Atlanta, June 17-',In special measag.trom'RosweW I i Prohibition ticket. I CL ey. Janet jkVataon., Nettle*. Brinson, | and suggested that the bridgebe the work boose and 'will probablybe war train. ,
: 'Ga, it is st(tod r Eva McKenje. Gladys Price-Williams made. perfectly secure until some turned over to some reformatory.He Eventually the boy reached Winni
that;one JohnA., .Grimes, Instantly Florence' PVIceTOIlItams. *nd,Marie one cbnld be found to repair It. Is an extremely adventurous laa peg. He stayed there one day and )
klDed'Kra..Erie McGinn, a widow In, WDepartment T Jhr ] Patterson '1 The gentlemen were and has travelel many thousands of Then set ont for New York tramping
that.town early this morning. 'Youn* Messrs. Barley. Will VIncent.;" Tone Me* irs. Bewan Brothers the well miles, mostly a.( "blind passenger" on pan of the way and stealing free
Grimes Is a farmer In Boswell and Pope W. Charles.. J. E, Denis Chan knowt fruit dealers on Avenue D, are freight trains and a* a stowaway on 'railway rides whenever 1 got th |
bad :. jestoa v tnfaftnation for; Hi.';: to,Issue OrderVasblngton UcGuire. J| 1:. ,Kellnm. Frederick H. of the progressive and up-to-date type steamers and sailing vessels. \'ch nce. At New York h* boarded
McGinn which led'np to the crime. Rand, Jr., EL., Brady,;Dr.: cniesple of business men. They came here The Ian charge against him was the Victoria and was not discovered
He wa run down and surrendered.e s C J' Enloe, Dr. :;):.emla; Byron Lasseter. last glimmer Just about a year ago to have stowed If way on the liner Victoria until after she had sailed He was
at Don ,,eight...mile* ..._ 'I Claude Bro"n.. W. L. Keller. D,' L. and'started-in' the fruit business on from New York to Liverpool. arrested upon the arrival of the ship
scene'of,: the tr.gedyPwhersbebad '" Jones. Hugh I Coachman' Ivan Jandon a verj small scale. The past Jannsrr Condor's adventurers In free traveling in this port and remanded to th* .,
entered a drug store to have wounds 1.1...' D. c4! Jute 21'A ce | John M. Bnrdlne, Carron C. Smith they bought thirty feet\ frontageon all over the cqunty are well known workhouse but managed to ..acaI *.
dressed |snj unsuccessful: era:! order will be issued from the Wa E. S, Frederick.'Jay Osborne. H.:A. Av nun D,' between 10th and 11th and would flU k good sited book. For several days his place of hiding '
attempt at'IUlclde.it. *-tCONFRERES ''Department In .a few Jays.,giving ixstrnctions Pennock. Eirl. Montfort Oeo. Xlman street* and "bad a one story store Somewhat over k month ago after hav-I could not be discovered but finally
U In regard to-the.exerciseof I fed, AfthoslTjaSane/! T. HusJhes bUllJ1 constructed to give space tag lived quie'lr at .hia parents bomb la constable found him near the docks
ON AGRICULTURAL : fhetmoblllsatlonl of'troops*In ,th T. ,MeGah ,,''W. CnlberUon. N. D.Coate. for stock: to supply their Increased: demand for some Um i the Irresistible desire -| and the boy was again Imprisoned.
)11 BILL CANNOT AGREE t: summer at Mt. Gretoa and the, othei.ix'camps .. B.. .L., Coachman. W P....Mar (for.fruit They,no.. ,have every to see the world again seized him. I Condor was accompanied by two other
!... "ot"conC6ntraUoO.**''1C ha borongli. Dr. Wm. C. GramUng J, conceivable variety of fruit known: He stowed away ou a vessel bound 1110)1", when he was found and It seen .,
'.Jit.Wuhlq1Da., D, C,Jnae Z7- Th',i I been decided M hold no sham battlefand'toindalge"tn I Mortimer Smith..,J. Oosland and I to the) tropics, on sale at'thelr stand for Halifax. t>n arriving there be{I that the trio Intended to start on am- ,
....., the Bin reported of I evaded the authorities and made his iother adventure.
Confreres AgrlcBtural nothing -a I O ear ,.'l Conldln: r [ and s4r they, have ao kick coming. I stowaway
late that It -I" ftUr I ,
this morning appearea tsenlar nature. | ] I I "
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could not themeat'ytnspectlaaamendments The work of tbeitroopotbTn/ar.andimilitia 6 ; M
they agree1on
Senator ii: ; ;: will be confined t| i t RSH FFlsELLSl'THE -I Fire Department ;.Electric: Hallway
nrged'.Lhat the disagreement and exercise
Proctor practical operations | I
be reported to both Houses but which: tend to hardensoidier *o 'onfiofidoorJlfe' 1,1 ? r
the Bouse'confreres*reTBe *to-eon*. nd' train them,for flh TORPEDO.-BOAT PATENT Boys Have Drill MovingtoAvenueC

sent/to this and another, effort will I|hardships and exposures t>: field world: .11 .'
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be made. this afternoon fD'';acee. ft There;may j be at each of the,campi V4IHMVI
} \I ) ::1 affinal review, which win he !!
:, I. attend fire department turned out In The
HARvARD. HOtDS Jill .J' ) at far a* possible, by all of d The pole from which the electric
I 170THCOMMENCEMENT, some time in their.exisUnce.provlded I New Yor June 27-H baa Just'been cause of ..hallownetlS.1th the 1:,ful last night fnj a practice drill I wire win be suspended for supplytagcurrent I Ii '
!be can'leave his work In Washington] anthoritativlyl announced that the International weighi"b of the boats decreased, it will wis held on lit i Meet: between Avenues ;;i to the street railway can are :'

Cambridge, >lass., Jane;;'27V- ''The170th'annual This[ i may not. be possible,'for, ant |Power; Company has. purchased I' < po sihle for one or more of then ,I, B and C| Chief Hardie wa.iP"IIe I 4 I being*.f r. J.set M. today Barber under It 1 supervision thought that 01 ,:
'commencement of'Har a. length" of time,' since hla'aulstan the lereshoff pa tendon torpe- :: to bechip. parried on the deck of a battle i t to o\efl ag .h-s drill and Inform I I
card College Is being held today with Gen Tf" H. Barry, will,* part,of th do boats. : Charles F. Herre-ahoff. towhom :a"snratpd a nev of pI'I'ctlceBoth the hanging of wire will be commene- ''
an the pomp and ceremony of prevlon time, be b ent' In Europe,.'where h thee j patents were gJ'IDteelwl11 i iI 1 teams were nn< d. the one with 'ha :':I ed the next d-pot'only week sad the short track wilt reach'
occasions.. Degrees were conferred goes with other officers including Ge take complete charge: of its mannfac 11Irt'I' engine an<" the other with thehook while before
The steamer St. 'ie pnlos and wires
upon 917 recipients, not Including P. W. Duvall, to witness tie: Germat I tUre of torpj do boats for the company.Mr. Lncle Capt. S. A and laildtt truck Both s.aiK are ready for use
Bravo In charge. left this morning forth I Owing to same objection which has
honorary 'degrees. Secretary Bona army manoeuvres. Arrangement : Her&boff has recently taken ">! at the some Ime and lOad a run :
presided at I the Alumni Association have also been made for a represei I I out patents Sfor alcoholic: : motor to b* ?'party meeting ," tative'of the General Staff at each o i Installed Inltorpedo .boats With these sh rd and an asiount of supplies, ,were pulled fro ; the rnslnj! an:! coupit i In the center of .%vnne n, he work J I i iis .i
i!etc, l >r the (tlffcrftit{ camps. Mi 1 I con lining np lab street to Avefiar
,the camps for the purpose of techn : Tutors usej instead of steam boiler ': ,111) hydrant a it nozzle nod a strean. i I i
I i J. C. Meredith conitrncthig: en&lne.-r' I C. thence to the depot. '
Mr. J. Broke Hawkins. who was recently cal observation of the work of tb I !It I* said tt will be poxcible! turn : In eta of The put on the Su zner bulldinx. where I .
rge Extension alta -
works
married to :Miss! Cora Johnstonat I troops.I lout I torpedo boats of the same length 'the bonk and b4der boys hat already
MUner.*., will rrtnrn to ,Miami I I, The. officers who have charge ot th 11'?: .tomorrow.morning with his bride. Mr. camps, such as General Grant,' at :M !but of onlJ half the present weight ': bniitlitig The latter I I1* a: new Uea "-! of Dad county. cam down troD '
rand Mrs. Hawkins many friends here Gretna. where tie New York mUlti .'1: flrafl. I si It was filed this morning in the basing them to heoom*" 'proflrlent \\tst Palm Beach last nl''-''' and Ja''
wfll welcome them to Miami Mrs. will be sent are enjoined to see t With Binler draft, It Is pointedout office >f tie clerk of the circuit court 'i In the hait'IIingit of the laijflr. which spending the day In the city on legal
Hawkins Is wen known here. having It that there Is the leu t posslbl the effectiveness of torpero boats 'by' ft herine Frost and Others, versiu a critical: mo eat I.I very essentia business.
visited her brother. Mr. W. H. Johnston amount of a soldiers' show,'and tha will be 'gregtly IncreaseJ as they will S P. Gngss. a?; umpsU d 'last year. when '(be made many everything be done to sire the cam I be able to }nake their way up rivers the stm or $1.000. Price t. Rand, a.Uon hthe thief olbs I the ileoK r*>n.">t end lon, Ts no doubt :grntifying the l
Mends. Ica} _serious!and businesslike aspect at present of navigable! by them be- a : fa for plaintiff. men in tb work of are i>rotec. property owners. e :


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METROPOLDAILY '1 I either. Pettus of theto.,U :;85.. .Alllso Senator)Iajn.MorzaiM. T< "Wire for Me

iU'7. Cullom'is' 75. so'js!rye: I..i :Oil Heaters ? !
DAILY AND WEEKLY Proctor. .An of these are"active f fjators. D.I Matting

I Before, the insurance *&m. ,
t and IT I Wire for You"Phone -
fuadB1' Delew ,
MDlisaed! Every Afternoon Except dale were revealed Platt and
attended the. Senate.session i(eg.
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ularly as other Senators. Since I tieD and Furniture : .
The Miami Printing Company neither of'them baa had much to lay.

and both have been absent mos of t 176 *

.. .. T1fiZ: Pm. s. lOBO BEAN.$etnu the glad time to be'New rid":at York'them.would bat be PIlJl.rl 1.err. 'Will I be Sold at F educed Prices for th rty days

until 1W,-W J le!I '
term does not expire _
Presl I

Member E.tded- at- of lbe" The p".oeice Associated-at-Ola.1. Floriela- -, Depew'sruns shows::a.disposition.. until ,1911.to- resign.o and.net !f.1 er I i III Jl 1: W. Watson : : Ave ue| 0'c.. H.,'BROWN 1

u teoadClt..otter! F r ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR ,
Commissioner Prout sppara ) ; j __ 'I l .,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES wants to, know the details of evi I ] 1113 AVCM. CMiami
...!!5.00 In the city adm ''I
One Year. thing happening 'j -- ... r -- ---' ,
.Six! month._.. 1.60 tratton. How selfish he is. frrT.I : T-Ei -.

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:One One Month Week....,...." .10 45 Well Shade as long trees ss for they the are city to! be Wh'tre adcPl-; !, IransferCompany I Fort t Dallas Land Company ;

*,,\Veeklr. per month* .' !-. ed',' guess somewhere can be t tto !!1
plant them. rIUD j
OFFICE IN METROPOLIS BLOC -o--- I

Opposite Court HOUM Tampa Is soon to have a crsjblfactory. ,

432434., ,. 12th Street. Phone_ '71.. .-Ocala Banner. Please1 peoIfr 249: 12th street Phone No. 157 a 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110
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: i Brother Banner; the kind.i of Garage and Stabs 11th street. pear Ave. E. Phone No. 100 I Has OD its Lists

WED UDAy.:JUNE'27.' 19M ,I cracker. I; '
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1 o I 1 I II I Horses and I .
Carriages
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,Hive end trifling with Jour..pcr&ifairs. some particularlyattractive sites fur

[ This Date In History gluiie i I He's only doing what .hould I Automobiles, I
haTe been done over a year wcj: 1 He hotn residence and business pur-
t r hue'bT the hour; 'day week br month. Automobile stor-
-. -' ;, leeds'your assistance and without It' age, and : ta for the famous FORD automobile An investment in Miami real
repair
i ; gnnloaded poses.
17 It tst0r .
,.be can do nothing.o i add delivered. Special facilities
not rout-Battle of tho of..tots...,nn-.; -.- I for sWTing.heaTy freight Omit receive bus meets PROMPT every train.Attention Bag- I estate is safe; sure of quick returns
to be bull I 1aedlstely. transferred. ALL'ord-r .
dar. Charts. 17L: &IF More sidewalks are age I 1
UM armr (4 PMor UM That's right. H< rel, II.... II I Ij ...
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natural 0IIant son. of 175 tile all" trying to get there!first 1 I I JOHN B. RCILLY: J. f. INGRAl1AM.,
third Dnko of North. n the same cow-path.,: Too conge '
ulbdQ'a'tK :I. ; W. A. toftotiMachine Land VIce-Presldent Fort Dallas
Dallas
...... blood tecWOLSOO ***- ::J.( ------o 1 Agent For
.d rDe Pwey.i left '
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to found th.aUOMonlaa. x.u- The story '. told that a certain w Company Miami Florida. Land Co.. St. Augustine..
Bmtttwoa d '
lutltuttoB. ,
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rrrvd hu....VMM, from his fuhar.,...8Ir nan' was reading the, matrlmonl f' l '
Hi.fe. -.-. Tb KUoUIV _I bebe alumna of a paper -and remarked to' I j '
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astral sou 01 t 1tJcbeet&D4 aa --
tin b. wrote ..Mr MOM ball Ih9 I III her husband : "Here's a strauegGtco|
Shops
th. Bttnory of maa wbra tho liar or Idence-AVUUam Strange married toa bade Co. Title insurance *
UM MorUrambnlaadi and Pwep. a.avlaat ;
ass faeaeK.a" Martha Strange." "Strange IndeeJ: .
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UJS-Hatrlet JilartlDMu. tile EaelMi wrle. remark: d her husband "but I pectLhe Across The River. and
deal at ABbMd: lion UOL Trust Company ;
HIT-tin rraactoeo pt br a Bra whkOMtrord next news will be a UtUe stran( ;
early BO.OM.OM worth of : r I ,
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er.-ExehaDp. I I
.Ta.-international oils column ador o | I OF MIAMI FLORIDA INCORPORATED J}
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'UM Brlttoh Admiral rmoor r
turned ;to Thule afur a dcaporalattopt Some_ newspapermen are terrlb Ii, Will repair your engine on short notice. S12.0OO
to reach Peking for tbo alb llara.,, In writing of a cyclone out Paid Up Capital 75000. Surplus
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: \ of tbo tecaltona.YORK'S. ,-, "".eat one of them said it turned P01l'11.aweD Expert Gas.Engtn9; Men.y e carry I! Injure*land titles prepares a1atractaof titles an. and

inside out, a cellar upside it. account and for other,Act an
own
wire infests on
batteries
W;, :SENATORS loved, a township, line blew ftavi dynamos, ;coils, plugs, money attorney-in-fact, trustee assignee, executor, re :

Aip THEIR STANDING' out of a whiskey barrel and Ieft not strews, switches I cuter, or guardian. Address all communication to
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IDa' but a bung bole changed the dlthe
New York, the "Empire State of th 'off ; S. L. Patterson. Sec and Treas Miami.. Florid;
of! 'week, blew a'mort a II h I _
VnlooTcontaining'. nearly'eight ml rarm. blew all the cracks of a !. -- ,-- -- .- --' .
Itom.ofypeople,'. eel.?that, It.is prodeaU7,1hout ,," 1 1CeDce ---- ;- -
ed,knocked. the wind el of apol1Uclan. ..
representation in the
.- Exchange.o ,
Senate. :Both of 1U,,venerable Sei-, --- = 1 1 jt I '

son ,have seen absent tor'.1I1&I17 Jacksonville has what Is dUUed Not To

weeks but..Senator\ Platt put in all. the weed ordinance. It prohibits thot 'If We @n1yKnew

Hi appetraat e a Jew days'. ajo and the, hens from allowing weeds tel crow
\\f York".Evening Poit.wti 'inoTe
New
? thin CJtIDch8& '
OD their premises higher : '
I today: V for-dl -
There is a penalty Make MistakesHow
' t- It Sa'crt news That; comes ore
Bard of the ordinance and a fine of
the wire'CIa-morning. .New York I Ii ,
an! for each: 'offense. Wonde what
f I
one more'represented'In'the. Unite & J
if Miami. adopted 'eat ..
ooid happen I
StateS Senate' To"W sore.' w": liJ mistake in moving store so '
; ordinance, ? What a Fortune we could make-We made a big our,
note,- sat\f or mol .
only pne".8enator .t -o--. *: make the best of same. On this
-- and have fp
done we
ai 1 far the street. now
of the winter,we naye had none at up Tis '
The election to determine w ethe.the other in the City of Miami.Men's .
and ,the gain matbem&Uauy\peal therruSensors citizen* want a snb-echool IIrIctID ;' l account ;;we have to sell goods for less than any store ,
r Ing. la Infinite. Besides I
Miami and at Cocoanut Grof e wU1be II' .
and &en 8ors. One ret .
dosea'meoccupiers held, next Tuesday. Jnsi onemore f '
statesman la worth a half '
,of legUIatlTe leather. .chair. week to make up your mini I '" II I This is the reason!why
whether chllJreif trail Men's
retenn.,Mn length'of youwant your Pants t Shirtst
Mr.: PUtt U a
serrice he outrank aU'such' 1I'hlper-i ec i and,taught by' pro elllouU1.jtit trail; t You can BUY cf us:
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i1' teacher or not And OI1e
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snappers as Bailey, Beverldgei Knosj: Cai No ore ,week to determine whether'" "yo 1 $6.00: and 7.00'Paragon ; $2 and 2.50 Royal Palm 'i '95
mack:, DolUrer, Foraker or 'I .
.4.95 . .
want the teachers to use antiquated shirts for .. ;
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does he yield.to any of them In keei'and. 1 pants for.,. . .
id superanuated appliances Tor up.; : 'j'
; Incisive, rasp. at public que &: I KneePants SI.50and $1.75 Majestic j ... ...
eDiIemen. .
; ones -
date and ,modern, : $4.00 < Boys' 1.20. ,
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thous: it's to I : pants.fo..3' shlrts for. .. .: 'I, '
up
The Post-!s not alone la Us ironies you.O made '
rejoidnj.: !-The' New York EvenlniSun.nsskes -- i i .1 $ .25.i Majestic shirts to Q C I'

: this commebt:'-:The'p-ea' The.late ,Governor PatUIl n. >f Ohl $3.50'and 3.75 burin 1 I't, ffo'fofr.V. . . . 33C50c

State of New.:,York is once more pas !hough a. Democrat was elected III I!t I _made pants for. "jj:2.S5 ,

tlaUy represented in the upper houi a Republican State because ie wu made 75c and.85c Monticello

of Congress. :The senior' ,Senator pu, In favor of enforcement of lw edaplDIJt $3. custom 2.35ladies' 75cand85cvalues shirts for. . . .... 1
the: lawless JeuGoV' .for..v.. .; . .'. .. .:. SOc
In as ippea'ance'1n,his,place yectei WOOL'' E
for . :. . ,
day to the surprise of hi colleagues. Harris, who succeeds him N: is.pubtlan. .. :

,from:whom he 'had parted with th. ..He says: "I am only ac .- $1 and $1.25 val90 Men's Suits

nnJerctandlng that he' would take ID g Governor under the constltnUoidont Shoes.About ues for .. .c :

long rest) after bit. labors ID| I feel' called .upon to follow the : ,1.50 and 2.,val I
petition calling fo r polle, of the late Governor u Stat 125 and $20 men's!
presenting a huge ladies :' Klippenues' for ...'. ... 1. $18 14090
in 50 pair,
the unseating of,Mr. Smoot. of Ural alters. Of course .1 am fare / Suits for. . .
That:'the Senator was not'rull dow of temperance legislation brit I am ,dorf shoes; worth 2.50 t '*7 C, 'I

to any'serbui'exteat was'shown b;, risible enough. I hope, to| realty ,3.00; and 3.50, to_close,. !>/Pa I '$15 ,and for..1'' 9U :

statement, mad. ,the tel thatlD certain'localities In this Stat : 'Suits
his over awa aMi aia a i a a a MaMaM.Men's Trunks and 'I I
phone 'that 1Ie was in flrsVclsss eon tbe Sunday closing laws are not prat ? :

dltlon. thoaP the 'reports'of his Dl- t1c.&ble. that ... they can not be t\. SloesSome < ; $ .OOand$8.OOmens $4.90
< :
: for .
Suits
forced.II
.ness made, him fees'"err tired. It J Suit t Cases
was Dot''any home criticism of hi. ---p v-J .
abseuce'trom WsihlngUJn'I at'a, tin' The Charlotte Observer Illustrate., '. -
and $4.00WalkOver .
when Important business 'vitally al. a point with the following. scary: of .I $3.50 : 2.90 ,
Shoes 12.00 Trunk or Suit Cace Boys Clothing
9.60
fectlng this.State was before COB- ,cone incident: jl 119 ....... ........ .... .J ,
guess that made nim change ale plan The older public will Somei'$3.50 and $ 90'31oee Bolt Case '

so suddenly and so nnexpectedlrr Th< the I Oongressional "back sal' 'fembeJ; t'; Packard Shoes, for|H.|j..2 fcr .Trunk,or. ........ .7.95 20 cent disc. '

,unkind suggestions of resignation tha of the late 60's or early -, $ $8.00 Trunk or Suit Case per

came from dtixens,of this Common embers 'of one Congress I.J1eChiD'back : I; soJ'JudgeShoeas:: ; .: ;;: :for .OO.:2.|| : .90 for ...... .... .... ... 5.60 '
w81th'.weat'. off.him like,water on a and voting themselves additions $500 Trunk or Salt Case

dock's back: It mas only when HiMorgan wary hick they convince then- j About 45 pair of men's $2.50 and for .. '.. .'.. .' 3.95 We little far the Street but 'it

of Alabama who >Is.always. lelves'.11 due'them from tb4| precedt j j some$3 sellers, most 1 90 $3 BO .k..r.; Suit I Case 2 80 are a up
A ... ...... ... payyoutoseeourgoodsbeforebuyingI
on'duty, ignoring Senatorial courtesy. t session. Among those voting forthl. ; ly in small sizes f r. for ... "
drew attention to the empty chain s measure was the late Geh. James : I I II

of the Senators,from this State that } Bison Leach, of North J Carolina.

anything happened. Which just goes 01811 a Representative In >Dgeu.The I

to' show' that ,there 'are occasloni next'year he was a can date fo SfREETLROMFH CO

when, public, opinion Is less effectualthen re-clt'C'Lll'n. and when he wag' thunder. THETHE

UttSa ai2J: ssrcas-n." ';'; : awjy oil the !stump! one y.a mac

Senator, Platt is 75years old au In the audience-laterrupteit h mi "Buwh3t Ii
STREET MIAMI FLORIDA
Senator Depew is-72., It U not olJ I' did you do with your pi rt of Cleback ; LAST STORE IIP THE SfREET 228 TWELFTH ,

age that Is depriving New York of salary grab.* "I used jft to pay I

repreeentationin the,Senate. There wcnrlty debt for your'cIad ,.. damnrouthat' \ I I .

e are, U11 Ie\"tD' Senators older than what I ill wltafit: !" .



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Fine The Contemplated"Prosecution of tfcei i, Standard Oil Company man who has- not_had his will soon be taking


Was a.Questionrmcb| TojklUp: a Long Session it. Summer Suits and Summer Trousers are usually
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,:1 Chocolatesand of the Cabinet-Heafingaof InjjerpState, Commerce

Commission Concluded For 'the Summer. the most prominent apparel items in a man's


r, I I 1 mind when it comes TIME. TO "PACK UP."

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June 27- Nesrfr the I of the!situation and adjust their : ['OR
Whether
Washington. r8-1 GO WHETHER YOU STAYa
you
cordlngJ
cabinet sesiloO till ;port a| ) __ _
Bon Bons whole ot a long I
week was devoted to discussing, the I The I? Is'a' life and death struggle I. I
contemplated prosecution o> the going Ion in the House between the .
,Sandard OU Company on the strengtl J forces|of the Pure Food Bill and th.I'i We'll

80c<<: per 'Ib. of the report that ol has Corporations been made!! Gar-bj. ,I'factu lobby cot rs.,the This adulterated Is a pretty food mane fight. Dress You Well,

Commissioner It is flnterestlng to watch and the
# the discriminations practlceJ that honest vendor of
i Held on wondef' Is any 1
} In the oil business, particularly|nthe :food Ipels that he can afford to fight I
V. n transportation of the oil by the rani i the m cure that Is being put forward '
roads. It has been announce! that I The bll does not prescribe Wjhat. thepeopl wr If you say SQ, a suit of soft Homespun; not a superfluous ounce
BISCAYNEDRUG : shall eat or ,wht th+y shall f
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:: be Instituted and
pro.ecutl0I1'1rt11 buy. It merely Insists that when the
anywhere. ThIs season's special faVOrite. : '
-. special attorneys for the prosecution "finer Imported olive oil" I| really rp If you say blue or,
retained. Then the" question cottonseed, the label should jay so.
been
have at how the Standard Is going tc Similarly It provides that when thecan gray Serge, we're ready; single or double breasted suits; eve '

COMPANY 'r meet the,situation. This will foot b of vegetables yon get at the corner 5ti f
', I the lint time the giant company has I' grocery or at the departmentstore season's favorite You know our qualities our tailoring and
been In the courts,' and It:has Iwayi weighs 'only two pounds and a
money"ehOngb to, ba,. 'chit'belt J half the label should state the weight ( hard
Sales AgentsTel. bad our styles. You will find them to equal at our '.
brains on the market and thuseffectually !I and [ot let the customer be deluded i prices
the ,: Into he Is getting a three- t
defeat any attempt on part thinking '
of the government .to curb It[or ex'i ponni can for 27 cents 'reduced from I
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Justice from 18. _
-. St Ave. D act The even chances approximate are that the prosecu' I i.
3 Cor. 12
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tlon' will be about as great a farce ai I: Th re was a great show In thisHong $6.50 $8.00 $10 I and $12
any other of the prosecutionJot the I I this week when Representative ,
h. Standard that'have been iastltnted.bul I i Mann undertook to run a small gro- .
Interesting(to set of his and demonstrated
Itf will be rather eery own
G.'M.-liYKES. what sort of a farce It will be.3 j I to the House members some of theimpositions I
'S. I that were practiced on '
There are rumors of prosecution flyIng themf He had bottles of gin ana
334, Tenth Street very thick Just now. Thf Interstate ...hll er; itarlschlno, eherde.. olive

Bucks !* .... Rep Commerce Clmmlsslon promises: oil pepper, canned meats and vegetables
All .... ** tip after and
.- to have something hot served flavoring extracts coffee
W., w... Brift to Order they get their testimony arranged tot breakfast foot&. He showed them to
the first volume of their report on the the House, measured them and showed .
HORSESHOEING.'A Secktt.< coal and oil carrying rallro. a. It that they were short of wieght
SBS 91 Is said that they are going gunning and fculk. showed also how they wen
IBS
for a railroad president. It was somewhat dye:, and treated with chemicals and R. W. RJiidk/
significant that none ot |the railroad In 's6ort made a pretty bad showing
LcMomliWonderful presidents were subpoenaed to for a number of firms In the food pro
appear before the commlssloif during dud$C business. Nearly all the samples
Its recent sittings. There gwas; toward I that he had were things that
the end of the hearings a;general the {average householder buys st
Hea'er Invitation Issued for any railroad presidents I least once a week from LIs grocery.manor j '
is who wished to come forward eats at the hotels and restau "
CURES ==== Men's Outfitter
and tell all they knew. It appearedthat rants. He said there was no obJection
none of them wished, for none 9 to I anybody who chose eating
Inflamatibn, Cut*,-Bruited, BurntChapped ,.
Skin; Roughness, Blaclheads of them came forward. There wai ihenj or eating formaldehyde or borax < d< tl A
appeal served of eke chose,
no legal command to anything that they ?
Pimples and Eczema. Keep them and thus If there should be But what he did object to was having 322 Twelfth I Miami
Complexion soft smooth and{n.h any on proceedings> Instituted and:If more the noctored food palmed off on the Street. I ; ': 1)) :::, r : i .Florida

Price 25c miraculous still there should be a public as the "very best and purest".' .
conviction they could not escape/ via In 10s line with nothing on the label re. ,
Sold by Biscayne Drug Compaq; the immunity bath' route. that the claim was a lie. .
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The hearings of the Interstate Commerce Tie I bill will go to a Tote salt weekIf I I Southern Marble & Stone 'Co.
Commission are now concluded ajvote can be forced and if It ever LOW
"' > 'I' 3t 1. for the summer and while_tthere Is gels far as the White House"It '
: .Y' k covered, ; aa 4 8. HOCAN STREET. JACKBONVIa..a'HeadQuarte. .
;; not much ground stOl to be wWi! be signed, for the President! Isheattlly : .
the first section of their report will In favor of It. But
probably not be ready tin talL The chances are that It win be killed t-bel[in' Building!Stone Marble; etc S
..,. I i last, witness they had, on the Stand the i House or Senate and that next RATESVIA '
.11 t t f' ', Y \..-r this week was an InteresUng';oM- gentleman session the whole ground will have to ,
> ; > named Gardner, one of the be fought over again. MOSAIC AND TITLE: WORKFOR

;};rf I::;iv4-; : lea rice owned-preeldenta by the of Erie four Railroad.coal fcompaa.He Death from Appendicitis FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. MANfELS. RTC.Mo. 1

-.:" said that the Erie owned jhe ton ...eats, Gesicral Ccsnetcri ,Weri etc.
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companies as .they drew from them decrease in the same ratio that ;'thion ... LeirrracUr.: :
Larr..t BOTriet.
about half of:the three million tone of Dr. King's New Life Pins''' tnfcreases. Works C c lM rui1ltl" Proapt SQ thern
of coal that they consumed etch year. The.e yon from dange .
And then he went on to tell Jhe Commission scot bring quick and painless release \
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Merritt ,& Koll a few things from the raUroaJ from constipation and the His growing ;
I of.views about owning coal
point
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out of It Strength and vigor always M. J. *
mines. He said he had been an expert Yarborough
t since the follow!!their use. Guaranteed b.1111) RaUWaggm10
In the coal business
4 druggists ISc. Try them. j)
old Harden Survey_ and
Jays of .the'

e that be for had the worked Alchlson In.the Topeka:bm' *and capacity j t NOTICE TO CREDITORS- I{ Contractor and; Builder 'N.w'Rana'on.4' r.

REAL ESTATE Santa Fe, 'the Rio Grande|WesteM In Court of the County Judge mate ,
and some other roads thus he WU dFbeldLIn i J I B&iider of the Palm Beach dote talL Ticket BARQAINS
now working for the.Erie. He was a H Estate of 1 | I : limited Jnaet.. i rti : .... 1...
MIAMI. FLORIDA consulting coal expert. ,He said,that Jaobb Hansen. Dale County.|j jToian House Moving Specialty i >0k 1M Bto orers. Wa4bteo
'. ,- the road depended primarily on Its Creditors, Legatee, DUtrttm-I' 'al east. Baltlaore, Pkfladelpkid sal
.... certain and ties dabnlor T "
-- fuel supply being regular and aQ Persona having :NevTork. I|
cheep. This he said could be accomplished Demands against said Estate. | Miami Flor; da :

.' only by the. railroad owning Ton and each of yon are hereby I $3L.1 _'Hasten Mass' aa4l|I rtuura.
J.'J" ':"'c",' their own mines or the bulk?;of them, notified and required to present ,any Tickets osi sale Mar SI te JVMf. .
,. .;...",f:, .\, and that so far u he was Concerned claims and demands which: yon or' ; ,
Halted Joe IS. Eztaetaamull.
'" be had advised the Erie to buy more either of yon may have against [the .
*' *"'-" coal lands aa soon as they could get estate of Jacob Basics deceased late 1JO ..Stop over,, w...
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}.. them at a reasonable price.g ADd he of pade county, Florida to the undersigned tBtoa. BaJtlmore nOadelpeJa.
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.. ; what wu to eAt their executor ot said estate wit* '"
did not see pre New York.'
.. ..; : ii'' doing It so long M they used the coal 1111 Iwo years from the date J. & roe "
," for their own consumption: [This was June .. A.D.'1I08.CarTLanea.. TATlf $14.M AskertUe. N. C, ana ntari.1ck.ta .

'. .. a rather warm parting;she. for the red 1ereot.1{j on sale Jasi TJ.. & 14.IS. .
and wW have I : Han .ADd. 0
: commission they. tow 'fo 1C. limited Jan, ST.!''HOC
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the summer.10_think over this phase e I i
We are Now Ready to funds! I 120.40 Louisville. Ky. and ( return.Tickets .
J KLAlLolAlLr OB sale June .10 lli IS.

Tribune Snell 1Th4w..J.'BrowASanitary I J 1': Umlted Jane SX KWUto. July

23130&I;, I I I.

and other '; I : I' : ftt.SS Hot !prill,.. Va4 and retsrm.

Special bargaln.on 11th st, only $1400 Tickets OB sale Jane >, 10. n.
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' limited Jane It. 1M i i: i

/ makes:.ot Bicycles .: I II Lot on Twentieth Stre t,; only $ 500 lte." Ktoivflle. T ta,'and retBra.,

IJ Two lots In "Bay View" or only $ 150'' .. Tickets on sale Jane 17. IS. 1*.
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-. I 2X S4. 30. July 7. 14. 15 Hidted&neea
\ Plumber : "Riverside" lots from $150 to $1250 days. Exteasloa Sept

.- :a. 1306.: |t I f'st.es
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AsbevUle. N. C..- sni retara.
j. If you want a home in Miami. Riverside i is the place I to get it. Tickets on sale Jane M. II; SS,
.. i .j Just stop'a minute and thinV for yo wit. AU thex loU have limited July 10, 1901 "
I, J Ave. D Miami. city water<< sewerage, electric lights and wilt have a otrcet car
{ J 1O19 T in 30 data and you are in le"s than 5*>J U> ICs ot the pout office and tK.SS Monteacle. Trao, sod reties
1f1The if you buy :u lot from us the bridge $a free forever. We have Tickets on sole June 2!. 30.Jury
;I I f( sold more than 160 lots over there and hare not, nor will not sell S. S. limited An just JlJlW.Extension : -
+ shanties all well.to-do. I' October SU 15 4 6-
r ;to anyone. to build on. Thibuyers are<< I
bicycles and other FOR FIRSTCLASS HJr'eL Shoeini .. .
and will build only good hou e Five tone ones are just being I3J.10 Mlwukee. WU, and retern.
goods are the.best stan- completed and two more foundations laid. We expect more thin I Tickets vn sale A"JC.O. 11. U.llailtej .
dard goods on the!market SEE' II IIi 20 houses to be built there this sumnfer. It i i.. all pyie land and is Auf. Z: IMC.
AMD DISEASED HOOFS I toes.Ve to build .
I ; no hamocks are near to harbor moxju\ mean a !
Hartford end other Tires.. ea wall oa that .ide of the river an4a; boulevard. so we expectto
L. F. 708 7th $t| & Ticket [Office
i LaFcmtiseej be freer from insects than any *]jM in Hade v [ -.nt,. Lot+. 5\ Passenger
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Coaster Brakes fitted to ok s,. .... w ..*... tae acme distant from the post office bring from $1500'to $50) IO. ". Sheet
: Come on. buy now. where you can your boat in fresh water
wheels. All work guarantees! I IOS W. Bay
: and free from storms and yet a perfec breeze from the river. If i
Best new, wheels for rent E.4.RO Si nson yon want to build a {jd :Cull., at it:e, we will luau YOU thew%
money at 8 per cent which will cost j u lean than one-half +hat j. c. IUSK
231 12th Street, Blue Front a t you are paying rent. U'e mean to i ate this the resident portion \ ,
Contracting Electrician. of the city and you will certainly regret: It if you.d.) got buy ,
i District PassengerJac.kscnvjlle gents
before *e advance price* I

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Report of the Condition'of the t j ; '
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1m dUlf '' WELLS & GRAVES i'i'Are

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National Bank "- .1J'
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-'.iIJ !!-EEC.:.:a.aaa:. ; '''' '...''',= .IIIi:;..s.::.:.,...:r: ..:.,;.. ; ; F. .;-ep'J prepared to'execatV I O: J,l' 4 i J1

MUtti..la the State of Florida.tkcl : :y ".. orders in their i
-M of b..ineM,JIM IS.Mt* .... J Mr Tatum W forJ. of Hallandal,,t.'IIIi has been filed in the clrcnl t IJ'
was lii Miami yesterday on one ot hli by Catherine Froat. et al. 'fl.
RESOURCf n' 1 t 1 .8. P. Griggs. assumpsit damagea-t
.I 1 ; frequ nt buitness trip '
\ LNu a.4 410CDt1. vij;. .12IIZ..I: >,.1. I ,the: sum of $1.000. Attorneys Prlc Millinery Department'L
O.eMnhti.rc.reda.d.e.ec.rs, i : 6.1 .." Picture name made to order. Tt.' k Rrt>4 arc sollctlors for the rots
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,ray. I' r"rrmi ly.b.toed.a.e.reeirc.latM.44...o. U. 8 Bo 4..._:_:_'. 51\011II.00 I0OWBo.d..ecurtne. '. Jt,i I 0.' Rack'it Store. !>lalnant. '/
C. _.. ______ ,,__ '' I
,f.ntl" 'aa4.... JDOOMODM -.; '
B.kisebo.IO '" fC( ,
HEAL ESTATI Summer rates st the ttaUurtor
from NatLul BaBk. means ,
lea
nten -
ap.tat_____ 3T.T(13.1( .. 'Boarding House. %%3. Ninth street ,
D..from Stale B&.lu ud Baskera. 3.J7 ItDM Ladies
from rotMwant._. 57. "'J1 Cbccki dotes of awiMbfT*appforcd bet Kautmal.......ltr Buk.*...-....... 1.7W3T MOJO t '. F I..,'.. 1. I Miami tonight comln her tlIe I BROSSIER. -.... REAL ESTATE .

; Tv- FnctiocU. P9r orrwey akklea___... r .4 ke City, where they spent For ktreet- carriage and evening costumes,
.
3Jh.74
r a.4 cea': last{Iveet of their honeymooon.Cnjbrella I The new seats for the court roon "
d Lawf.t : ,., ... .. waists, tailor and coat*
., mosey .tTOl..aa.k..Iz in the court bon_ gowns ; r
"'" 1 :rotunda county
rrs '_k---'__...1.. -::;...7.III- .. _. ,
u.ral.-.aer_..._..-._... %1._ W.ISMO .. repaired aa4 r.oov.raeILeavt ;are being placed In. position by lIaI--
Kxlemptio f..4 whk U.s.TweetSptrce.t 1500.00 at Racket stores ;ier, Brady & Mann. They are I a 232 Twelfth Street Miami
( orytrcalatia-) -
55 I great acquisition to the court housi
.
Total !I _?-_ asps .,;J" ::" I Brassier want .. IM yew pt'8P8ftJ; and now Dade county can Justly bi

LIABILITIES proud of her executive building. i -

f Capital ...,saM U-__-.S500MUM ,; Mil Gertrude Tlce will leave tomorrow -
-
fI.rpl.nta.4__..____ 10,000.00Cuklcfi t for her home In Brooklyn N> GROVES. COTTAGES !KTC. MRS
UN'iraM. Proto,.... ezpewn aid cC MCALLISTER-BECK.
y tuMMM ___- 1,776.Sr Y. 8e has .been the peat of Ills
Xatioeal feuk mau o.u-j.its_ so.-.oo '-''-. 8adl4.Kolb for the last four months
lIae to SUM Basks' a.4 .:'..: BROMIER means Sits uwaucstt" OffersFor
..
.- x I Special
"dai.idRal ..b .: -
t. BROWIEM will oeTIect yew rantsHnvlers ,
u tocJaedi.--adiJIca01 as 7w..aD. ,.. Mr.'W. S. Dickinson the well knows

W um.55 '. chocolates and bon bonsSo taxidermist has three very fine apee--
cMcn.-- rn.J3 talons of tarpon which he has mounted
Drill
at Btacarn-
oat. cents per pound
.u.dlM_check_._ 3-5 f4U/>S5.41. Btor on boards. The largest one caughtby the Week
endingS
"" ; Mr. S. L.. Patterson recently n I j

Rta.. JrlofwLOO.srr of u.......: <', A'. "'"I.,.I Mai. Oscar Maynard. who left yes ""Ibe best. seen la these parts In some I
'1 .. f! 51 U.a"Co IIoafk.U&.kl.r. of tlo.a"i i terdair morning has arrived at bei The other two have been set
. l) .1Iaa..o..I'.rtItaU.. tk. .mbwrithtrattoth 4.. home in Ohio and will spend the sam !:up for ,Mr. Ji. E., Tuttle and Mr.Ytorthlngton "
I bout of k.oWUdf. '"'" June 30
V' MT relatives. !,:\ and are very inlstlcal Saturday ,
mer.
r, a.db.lie6EDWAkDC.ROMFH.Cuhiet. rith I ly finUhed off. .
I "
C6r
S-"HrspiTrEii. WantedCleo couoa rags. at-1a, I :
r E.A. WADDELL office? There were two cases In the city .
S t.' J. E. LUMI_ US_.Director I t ,,"' court thlx morning. One a negro waa Men's night shirts worth Ladles Shoes worth $160. 1I ,

='.; -s.b.cribel,; ..1..... >0 betas me tkt 3Mb" .: :':"::" ;'=: :. .j= .r wants to IMt your sropert charged with fighting found guilty by I I I 75 cents for..J.. 59c For .. ....,. ... .... ... ... ,1.75
..femr of J._ii. the court and sentenced to pay a fine :
,, BART MdTOWX.Notary Pmbllc of IIS and costs or serve twenty dayson I Men'a Negligee Shirts are Lad-..' Shoes, worth L75.
... I' W. Galloway, one of the .......... 50c ...... '. U5
.. I' MP J. the streets. He accepted the lat, worth 75 cents for. for ... ... ........
"
:
and Influential citizens olLarking ,
;;.f i progteuive, Is a visitor In Miami today ter. The other case was a white i,Urn's Suits, worth 11.00 Boy's Wash Salts, worth .

attending to business matters and man charged with being drunk.would He I for..t... .... .... ....... $10 11.00. for ................... .69C .
f r pleaded guilty, stating that be
". .". \ shaking bands with his many triendaMr. lake the policeman's word for the deed: Men's shoes, worth $150 Boys Wash Salts, worth
of
k .f- Galloway says counting that the largely people on for he knew nothing of It. lie-was for ."I '1.,.,.... ..... ... .. 2.00. 'US for ,.................. 98c S
Us section are tined $2 and costs or serve five days
'Weather Doesn't Count when ),(Ja1Q1'. anniversary celebration and on the street Improvement gsng. The )(en'l Shoes worth $4.00. Bora Waaa Suits, worth .
that fall of them expect<<: to be In at former was within his reach and the for....!. ...... ............ 3.50 I1.W for ... ............... 1.15
\. tendance. I 1 :
fine was"paid.
v Ladles Walking Skirts are Boya' Wash Salts; worth (

Actual Bar to be hadActuaIBarRatn .LL ESTATE. MRS. McALUfrTERr I worth I4.W for............... 3.50 $:'00 for ..........,.......... ',U9
ais\re PnrnlshM rooms at summer prices. I
I1I ECK.PI 313 llth street Ladles Walking Skirts, are Line Towels, worth 25 eta .

: i worth 15.50. for.............. 4.50 for.... ...... i.............t IILa
4s DO bargain Oak nprlght. fin* .,
condition restrung; $165 takes It; $10 Up to the present time. there Is 'I Ladles' Walking Skirts are Lawn Aprons worth Me. ;

carhknd[ $5 monthly. Other bargains. only IUOO turned Into the finance worth $7.00 for............... 5.00 forWhite.......... ...... .....+ 19c
i.f Safford Piano Co. committee for the celebration next
Bush month. The time la getting nearer I LaJIes shoes. worth $3.00 Counterpanes worth '

1I 'anllJldlneham.WUO was each each day when Miami will have for ...i.. .... .............. 2.25 $1.00 for ................... 69c 1
Ray I
.' < ,-. '-'\. accident OQ a "nyiag.to be.ready to greet the mass of people I,
.. tile Ictlm of &II
w who will conp.egale here and every !
Jennie" lilt week, II not 10
Sell in the/rain. InJu !_ ss was at flat leriOU1l'1 I effort should be made both by the ,
'
;
subscription committee and citizens
\ brotaer. Dr.:; Earnest fortll- I Isidor Cohen & Co.M 1
of Jfon Pierce went to Palm Beach to have the necessary $:.000
coming. Not only the merchants business ,
whet the boy was burt, and was releveji -
June the 23rd [ to find that although Ray wouldbe men, professions trades, etc, I
: Saturday compelled to be kept off his feeta sltoulj give to this cause but every !! '
I individual who makes Miami his or
:
( great misfortune to that young 330 Twelfth Street Miami Florida(
wouldsoon her home, winter or summer. The .
man) -for a time, he j
:Mm self again.Wanted celebration will be a benefit to every
citizen of the city In an Indirect wa !

r t Five or'"six room nnfnr .I!, therefore obligated every to give person something should to feel the I -......!J -
'
Miami Shoe Co. nlshed bonte for year. Inquire P PIPE DREAMS THAT cOMa 1 TRUK yt

L. }jios, Terminal Dock .j' cause.Breeeler. -s-t- He can afford to smfle Ifall, Us

WAII-: ; :JiL I Ib pipes, trap and drains are la goodd'
';) :' .. Dcjllar and a half book containing I' list yeur prepeny I I" Ii \ repair. Eli* his /
oPP asit&Earpress OfSce Miami RoridaYOU k .
;, quake full description and flre. Saa Katie Francisco Soules. Cocoanut earta- NOTICE U- 1/I I FINE PLUMBING

dream would turn toa. slcstsart.
Grove, Fla. The committee on subscription are
requested to make dally reports to +;. Spring's herebe careful that ao ...
"
.: !I'fr.. ft" <;I'" ; )11: A. H. Ross, chief engineer of the secretary of the finance commit: '- t dew drops from your eetDngs and no ...t-:-

S ; ,I he Martinique was Initiated Into the, tee. 111' sudden crop,of boiler leaks await 1011
Send for when
us
"before a large yon want expert
S : ; : ; S ; .. 7 ElkS lodge Jut night
and{appreciative audience." After the The real eatate'market Is still quite ;: .. S / t low rates. Finest...
rrelunlnarici were finished the young( active through the summer season Is i itary work on new and old jobe. quickly .
Elk Gras allowed the privilege to roam upon uk. The J. K. Dorn bureau reports Jan"::

Into tbe green pasture of Elkdom and, the following sales: Ten acres .M.-F. SCRUOO* A COL.
min to with the aged brothers of the In Allapattah to Mr. G. Whittmeyer.' '""" rat AVENUE D 2l'2
hont" The pasture being a stracgetonelo : For f 450. One lot In the Baldwin addition S.
AnIllvItatio4\ : him. be was a little timid for1', << to D. Pinder for $WO. Sold', __ !

he tins seen In a corner quite alone three lots and two houses for W. A. ...,...
with an expression on his face which; LoftonJ: once and lot on 4th street "SHOE YOUR HOUSE:

see>\jrd to Imply that what was on. to C. Cummins for $800. Lot on 6thstreet r.. ,cac.M HOE YOUR MARE,.
his find was a thousand miles I awayJliose to A. Abbott for $300. /
I Lot In colored town to E-Smlth for
time send them
any yon arouad do
desiring carriage hire win 175. One lot on 16th street to M L l
recejve: prompt and first- class service Bidder for $ 03. Forty acres In 1 I' the Job right with consideration for

.- f' ,I by applying to Mrs. Arnold 201 llth Orange Ridge at $15 per acre. Fivecres 1 I your animal's feet and your' (pocket.

( .'\ ,1 I Street 'Phone 150. ,on road to Cocoanut Grove to t : 1 Lone experience tempta as Into ..,. j
cordlaUjri'Invited toball'st our thew Rori.13l: I M i H. Peacock for $500.
are Jr.Wm. 4 t *1, lag we know how to and do satisfy ;
D, between 13 and'14th street;Just opened and"Inspect H. Qantler baa sold his M i; horse who
immense stock of wall paper hangings from residence on 8th street, known as v.7l. r f ,_ every owner places Us aa-
our I' tkalHerkHaer cottage, to Mr., A. ..B'Watte Mrs. H. H. Bradwell Imal la oar car*.. 1
the World Famous Robert Graves Co. fedorr'awanl, d. 1the _
with his family
of this city who
Grand prize oerkiaD competitors at the World's Fair. jllty< first 923 Avenue DUp ,
: i |will .take possession on the J. A. DANN
Louis. An the IstesV novelties and decorative effects'areinSTOCK of'' my The house Is a substantial TaDetc Mitfinery 1

and we'are enabled to meet every requirement. We. well planned building, and Is In a dslrapl ..:. env. f 42S Eleventh Strata Miami.r la i ir
'
are the sole agents for Harrison p.lata'aDd carry the foDowlng" le location.between Avenues Band Dry Goods Fancy Notions r
Cotofs.Harrison C. Mr. Gantler will retain a room a
Harrison Pure
brands: : Harrison Town,* Country. ; : 1::.
J Carriage and Wagon Colors,Harrison White Lead and whfch he will occupy during the abf Fashionable Dressmaking -- ------ -- -- .
sceSe of Mrs. Oantler through the remainder
White Lead and Zinc Combination, in fact everything In Harrison's Call and Inspect
will
of the season. She
paint line, because Harrison's paints are the best They speed one month with her father.atFrultland --. I '

.remade .of the best materials,and are the result of over IN and visit la North Carolina Old
years of good paint making experience. They look the beat, Virginia Farms I flSS

wear the longest and spread fartbe t. Therefore chespeifl.Pratt .. Will Superintend Construction of

& Lambert's"varnishes of every description. Every vfcrviah I Buildings MU Climate. Cheap Homes. Send "

user knows that Fran & Lamberts are the best made and I Plans and Specifications for free catalog containing the I

'700 win find on hand<.Spar varnish for outside work Nol3lPreservative. largest 1st to tbr state.Casselman EO. =
Ill Cabinet Hard OH Finish for Interior. Coach R. wilSON .

Body,Robbing, e c.. Varnishes for carriages std so forth. We "
carry a full line of Dozier & Cays' paints and products. The; ;I ARCHITECT AND' BUILDER j & Co. ,"

Moralo Company's Wall Finish in all the different tints-cXrfd I I Miami; Florida I RICHMOND. VA I 0

'water paints for in.and outside use, in fact everything. belonging ...
in a first-class paint store will be found and con Randy on .

hand. We are the paint people. Give RESPECTFL'U.YYOL'Ils.us a trial, our goods are :Bargains. at The Armstrong Grocery Co.I, i

the best and prices are right.
our ,. 1 Carries as many passengers: climbs more hills: goes just aJ.

I. -- I, fat: uses lees gasoline and tire : i j" safer and more easily ...,.iid.ntrl'Jled \.\...
,
!, ',' ; just u luxurious and comfortable and costs .

.. Fresh Eggs per dozen .. .. .;2c I 1 s" for repairs than many cars that ell for doable or tr -
t e its price.; Send for the NEO book that tell why
I 7 bars.Octogm Soap for-.1

15c can Peas . ... . . .,. . lOc !

i 15c can Corn. .:. . . . .. lOc I .

A. Muller & Choice Prunes per pound. .'. . lOc III
Gus

SqnTelephone |i 1 6 dozen boxes Matches.lac'I / I ;1 1I Miami Automobile Co. j j13th i


220. 1309 Avenue D, Miami, Fldrida j. Street near Poslofficc '


I ; All other Goods at Reduced r rices l o171i1 _


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1I I piiER RS"ATn1pE NA IOHAI '< I !

Yacatiofr Time

I SOME INTERESTING DEVELOPMENTSThe ,,. ; .


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The man who has not had his will be takingit.
fine Contemplated Prosecution. of'the Standard OU Cot soon


.". pang,Was a Question. Which Took Up a Long Session 1) Summer Suits and Summer Trousers are usually

of the Cabinet-Hearings of Inter-State Commerce I

Chocolatesand I Commission Concluded |tor the Summer. the most prominent apparel item: in a man's


... ; mind when it comes TIME TO "PACK UP!"

,
I Washington, June 27- Nearly I the j of port oie accordingly.situation and adjust their re 1 Whether you GO- OR WHETHER YOU STAY

Bon Bons80c. whole of a long cabinet session this : | .
week was devoted to discussing''the i There Is a life and death strugglgolofc !
contemplated prosecution lot( the on In the House between th -
Standard Oil Company on the Fe gth j forces of the Pure Food Bill and th II

per Ib. of the report that ot has Corporation been trade* Car-byCommissioner I.lobby of.the This adulterated Is a pretty food manifaotnrers. light. Q Well( Dress You WeU

to watch and the
It (a Interesting
. ... Held on the discriminations practiced- ,'wonder Is that any honest vendor ore|I
' In the oil business, particularly In' the foo4 feels that he can afford to fight, I
,. i that Is being put forward! y -
transportation of the been announced that I The)bin does not prescribe what the;:>I If you say so,_ a suit__TZ of_ soft Z._ ___Homespun_ ; not a superfluous ounce
BISCAYNEDRUG roads. It has people shall eat or whrt they shaft!'
., |the prosecution'will be Instituted and buy It merely Insists that when really1 the! I I1IDellt anywhere.! This season's special favorite- If you say blue or
special attorneys for the prosecutionhave Imported olive oil" Is
been retained. Then tie question -cottonseed the label should say so.| Serge M we're read single or double I
breasted
ot how the Standard la ;going to Similarly It provides that when the gray ; suits; every
will\ not be canfof vegetables you get at the con
COMPANY. ) f meet the first the time situation.die giant This company baa I I|ner{grocery or at the department! I season's 'avorlte You know our qualities, our tailoring and

: :. ; ';' I been In the court, and It hall always I store weighs only two pounds and a: i o. '
beat J I the label should state the weight; You will find them hard to rites
had money enough to bay lie our styles equal at our
Sales Agents" brains on the market and thtt* effect-1!I and not let the customer be delnJed't O I
part defeat any attempt on jihe a
nally
to curb it or ex-i i poo Id can for 27 cents reduced I [
the government .
of !'I
.. act even approximate: Jnstlcetfrom It. Sal. frol I II
Cor. 12 St. Ave. D The chances are that the fproseca-1 I I !i $8.00 $10 and
Tel. 3, tlon will be about as great jtarce; u There was a great show la the $6.50 $ IeMenk. fi
any other of the i>roaeentlons of theStandard i I House thin week when Representative; ,
[ that"have been insUtuted.but: Mann undertook to run n small gro
v It 'wUJ be rather interesting to aev I cer' of his own and demonstrated!
:P G. M. DYKES:' what sort of a farce It will b*; i to the House members some of the; .
Impositions that were practiced on
There are rumors of prosecution flying the1 He bad bottles of gin an ,334 Tenth Street,; very thick Just now. The Interstate -' ilarlschlno cherries olive
Commerce Clmmlsslon jpromlsea oU.fpepper, canned meats and vegetable
Afl kteda Rlactirirhin: .md Rep*, to have something hot servej;;np after *, flavoring extracts coffee and
Wwk. W.*... B.M to Order I they get their testimony arranged for bre4kfast fools. He showed them to
the first volume of their report on.the the(House measured them and showed
HORSESHOEING ,A SfdUt., cwt and nil earrrlnr nnro 4a. It that they were short of wleghl IT T"' *
..SSSI. ; said that they; are going(gunning J and!bulk, showed also how they went
f: saiMSSSSM SJSsasSJSSSJS ISMasSSSJSyssasSSasSiasSllSlSMSlSSlSllSSlSSj (For a railroad president It was somewhat -'dye4 and treated with chemicals and R"W" Rhodes
significant that none oftne railroad In short made a pretty bad sbowlnaj
presidents were subpoenaed to for a number of firms In the food pro
LcMomliWooderful appear before the commission daring ducing business Nearly all the sample
Its recent sittings. There jj was toward that he had were things that
| the end of the hearings a general the average householder buys at ;
Hea'er invitation Issued for any railroad presIdents .lei 1ft once a week from Us grocery] .*)' ,
who wished to come forward mad or eats at the hotels and restau Outfitter
===CURES n== and tell all they knew. It appeared I.rants. He said there was no objecjtioqj i

Bruises'Burn., hat none of them wished. ifor none to anybody who chose eating ,
Cut .
Inflamation *
forward. There was I eating formaldehyde or bet* i"
ineai or
of them came \
Chapped Skin; Roughness, Black aerred bf. else that they chotaj
legal command to appear ax anything

beads Complexion Pimples soft and smooth Eczema.and' Keep real:I I any on no them.proceedings and thus Instituted If there and should If more be Butt the what doctored he did food object palmed to was off on having the 322 Twelfth Street I v.: _T.,<1 !. V ;fj MiamiJrioriUaISouthcrn ;

Price 25c miraculous till there should be a pub)le as the "very beat and purest;}
conviction,. they could not escape via In its line with nothing on the label ti .
Sold by Biscayne Drug CompanjMerritt the "Immunity bath" route i abo that. the claim was a lie. .
I .
.' The hearings of the Interstate Commerce The bill will go'to a vote next wee Marble & Stone'Co. LOW
'. Commission are now fK.1clude.Jfor If 4 vote can be forced and If It ever
... ":!I .. '. ') ..1i the summer,and while{there la gets U far u the Wilte: House pwill 4, 8.HOOAN. STREET.jACKSONYIt..EH.adauart.re II
'. ," :1" ""' t : : not"much ground still to bef covered be signed for the President Is -
the first section of their report why heartily In favor of It But the for I.
probably not be ready un fall. The chances are that It win be killed la i BuildingJStone! Marble, etc; RATESVIA I
,. had on the Stand next '
:" last, witness they that House or Senate and that
't: rfiltt: B} "\ thla week was an Interesting; old get session the whole ground,will have to LE WORK
.. '. ,, .. t ... r tleman named Gardner, one of the be fought over again. MOSAIC 201 ,
., : ':;' \., .il'p-o- ."!! ,).:.: presidents of four coal compan, FOR FLOORS BATH MANFELS. ETC.
: :,>, tee owned by the'Erie Railroad. He i Death from Appendicitis f
'r".l said that the, Erie w'owned|tthe. foarcompanies'a Mon__.* GeMfal Ccanctcffj Wtrfc, etc. :
:' ; ,they drew from them del.... In the same ratio Oat tin L.ep. Worb CHIC.M Fadlltl Vel'vast.cPrompt* lsr.k.. .' SQtithn; a
[about half of the three million' ton nsf of Dr. Kings New Life Pins la-
consumed each year .
that'ther
of coal crease 'They say yon from danger "
And then he went on to tell!the Commission and bring quick and painless release
a few things from the raUroaJ tram constipation and the ills growing
& Kolt, point of,views about owning j coal out of It. Strength and vigor always M. J. Yarbojrough ''R
mines. Ha said .he had been an expert follow' their raw Guaranteed by all ilway
lAce the
business
in thecoal druggists.. 2Se. Try them. t tNOTICE
days of the old Hayden Survey, and .
that be had worked fatbegaams car TO CREDITOR [ Contractor and Builder. '
parity for the Atchison Topeka and 'I 12140 'N..Baya" One; gad ra-
RIAL ESTATEIARSAINS Santa Fa. the Rio Crude thai Westessi |Court of.the County Judge Sots Baiider of the Palm Be I tch lote ton. Tickets oa sal*;I' Jn:H.
roads he'was if Florida.Tti "
and some other limited Jaa*>., TVtBTV.1...
now working for,,the Erie.' Me war a In re Estate of ,
MIAMI FLORIDA- consulting coal expert. He said,that Jatob Hansen. Dade County.! House Moving a Specialty 24 MO*. BtopnmraJ Wsakb
;,",,f', '1 the road"depended primarily>> on 1U an Creditors,, tiegateea, DUtriba-- tats Baltimore'Ptfla4lpila.a4
....,,' ,...." ...... fuel supply being regular rtaII1 and tees and all Persons having Claim Florida i :New Tor*.' --..* ',
cheap. This he said could >e accomplished tr Demands against said Estate. | Miami.) ( '
only by the railroads owning SToa and each of yon are hereby \ PI." Boato*. Kaa; sa* retarsvTtekati
;"" ,.- '. .their own mines or the bulk of them notified and required to present aay a sal* May tl te fnf -

't. ....'-.i.J. "". "F. and that so far as be was Iconcernedhe claims and demands which yoa or' limited I... la I JKrUasiaaJaly
',- :)\- :, :: ... had advised the Erie to'buy' more either of you may have against the ass rttllMM WaiV
1M1
U. Stop ores
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1 -" '" 'r..r. could of Jacob Basses deceased lateofDade
\; coal lands U soon aa they! get estate
J"&R, ',".:.". ;::;' .:..rf't' ;.:' them at a reasonable prtce j And he county, Florida to tie undersigned tastes Eaittoora. nna4 l'Us.
'". "',, '.iji'1': 7 not what was to prevent their executors of said estate with- New York. ,
did see t
.. ia." '..... ,,', doing It ao long M they used the coal InUwo years from the date hereof.' 'f fl | J. TATUfH & CO. and .
LC, rstra.I
for their own consumption This war ted June .. A. D. 1KW. j I14.U Asheville
\,' a.rather warm parting shot for the .cut.Larsq I I Ticket ra sal J.aii.,, ., ., 14,
commission and they.wm [now'have l Hans Anderson r I It. li. limited Ju. n. 1JOC.
.- the aummerto think over this phase = '"x T dgllg I I IpO.tt :
c -- Loatsvlli.. Ky. and retara.
We are Now Ready to hurnlsh I, REAL ESTATES Tickata: oa sale JoalO 11, 12.:

.. limited Jon 21 Kxtntaioa July
Tribune Saell W.' : Brow -
J
; U. 1904.. (. J:

and other S IJJ.2S Hot Springs V... and rtara. .
l Tickets: oa sal. Joe !. 10ill.I
.,, *... jt. Special bargaln.on 11th I only$1400 I limited JOB 19. IMC, q 1\.II \

"makes.of..BItVClescif : Sanitary Lot on Twentieth Street only $ 500 I 11'." Knoxville, Tttn and retara
Ticket: on sale JOB]17. It,It.
; .. Two lotS In "Bay Vlew'tor only $ ISO"Riverside" ", U. 24. 30. July T.'U. IS M-nltsd
,
.yon i Plumber lots from $150 to $1250If I afteea days. Sops.0.13o
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.- .. N. Cv Bad retara.
." (I If you want a home in \fiam Rive -aide U. the place to get it, $14.C5TlekVta: (m sale Joaa 36. fl. M,
I Just stop a minute and think for yo r..elt. All thee lots have limited July 10. 1XXExuasloa '
air ,i electric'lights, and will have a street car
1019 Ave. D, Miami citl.water.ewcrage. office, and tlt.SS Monteacte. TraiL. and rvtor
in 30 dar and are in less than 5 > ocks ot the post
: you sol Jnn. t>. 30. July
i't i is free forever. We have Tickets on
t if a lot from us the bridge .
buy
you JU 1XM. :
::t y than 160 lots over there aa4 hare not, nor will not sell 1. I. limited August fx
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I more
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f October
tension
H', \ I to any one, to build shanties on. The buyers are all welltodo.and I I\
'The bicycles and other j! FOR FIRSTCLASS H'A' will build only rood houaC1I. Fine tone one are just beta t $32.10 Milwaukee. WI... and r Um.I .
goods are the best stan- .... rse ShoeingiHOOFS : completed and two more foundation aid. \Ve expect more thin I Tickets on sale Ana 10. 11.j U.I .
I 20 house to be built there this *umnj er. It it all pipe land and I U1IU.J Aq. 22 1
dard goods on the market I ( HOOFS SEE ,Il I no hamoclc are near to harbor mo*|ii toeVe man to build a j jot I II

Hartford and other Tires. L. F. LaFofitlsee> 708 7th Stl? to sea be wall titer ou from that side iutecU of the than river any arc*' >a boulevard in Dade'O'l1lty.noweeipcct. Lot: *1;, Passenger & Ticket; Off ice

Coaster Brakes fitted to old l i ...,....... ,.....,.....,.r. I t Be same listaoe from the post offin, bring from <_ISOIHo $50; <10. J 1
I 1ruereou can bayte: four boat in fresh water :; W.
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Come on. buy now. Bay Street
wheels. All work guaranteedBest breeze from the river. If :
and
and free from %ntorm! yet a perfect It .
new wheels for rent E. 4. I you want to build a good souse at Robinson, money at 8 per cent. which will coat jr vm lens than: one-half what \ J. C. LUSK
231 12th Street. Blue Front at you are paying rent. We mean to make this the residentport *

Contracting: IEle'trici U11Te1. tion before- of we the' advance city an 1 prices you will c.rtainl.re; ;;rct it if you do not miy I I \ District Passsngei| Agen.Jackscmnll :


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!I' .... -OfRlce'Phon Bb 'M KING 00..68 )fr. ,M x Zapf ass gone Into a new
Wontt'Fishing A I enterprii s. He has built large roomy
I : Cupid cages ;4aad' is raising canaries of different M sa
and numerous breeds. HeI
Undertaker and Embalmer .
I has about sixty flue singers and la .wZS
quite prdud of his'birds.
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RESIDENCE, 21 tf oj. 7th I STREE i Friday night pointer Jog; \. ; : +' { \ I 'l y
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I.IlL : Lost-I o name of Bob. Reward If a, : _00. .. ,
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Victor Talking Machines $S cash ..1 \I .ljfjY;1.
otes ) ; \ "
Ie 'er l at ew? and ft [In Weekly Dade county.Largest stock Bush ofrecords ft Three PeachesPcach .nt"l'; '

Safford l, Piano Oa Girl,Ptacb,a d .
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Mrs. '1.: /P. Branch 'left this morn-1 |Only half 'the quantity of Blue RIbbon [Mellow ,
The -lafee store room which,W. H.
for Jacksonville where the will Lemon or anllla required. Ab- Much
lug Praise is
visit with\jfrlendf for a few weeks.Don't Il utely pure. Goes twice.u far.feyers. Challlle ft Son are having added to Did TR cVrr drink Bi' ..
the Racket Store U about completed Goa risky w that IhantT
Mr. of Homestead An entrance has been made on the pot ad rakes ye*sseealic Bestowed
bake during the summer. BuyOntebes'e'Vlenna'bread. | George
side, 4c C mB fe Ye /
south where alt the freight eau
In town ybsterdarfor the day.
iras I be delivered In it Md'of at:*the front aa't gst ,ash 3 poa the Norm t : caSt t
., of the main. buildingThe roof and rani dusk w aascl. thoM who smok regame Aa4 It I
: Jl'relh bread] cakes at
Mr. 3. A. McDonald has returned ant pies I
out raoM
deserve all of
sides are made of galvanized Iron sad (MM* It No better dear was)
,
from business trip to Palm Beach Vienna Bakery.llr. :
i a tar. and la fireproof. ever gold for I eesta. The taaBty
., and U now looking after. the work Is uniform and exeeUeat.
I t Maar at
going on In the Biscayne Hotel. A. Keen Arch Creek Is abuslaess I
A: ring was:the bill and, he eanght visitor In the Magic City toROMIKR Typewriting; done at the afetropoU double the per,, are mot Marl? M I

\\t,, a beat He never would have caught For Rent- Six room house. Inquire ,diy. 'I office at reasonable rates. good.Bat that 1s only oae good thing isCIGARS
of N..B. KeeDe,. 1M 7th street AcmeBottUngWorks
It though. the ring hadn't been:a i Skaggs!. cottage on Avenue C. for Wa stock of -
"\ [ frtU ....... yew rents), I rent to November'1st, finely funlsh- West's' AND.TOIACCO
I. Math ..... IhS tss I Fanlar7 I
haveL5lent7 Jensen
beautyj; We sold that ring aaij Mr. J.Q. elbJwet1t up I|ed. for $15.00 a month.. J. H. TatumA To mention an would require sore.
more just as good. Ask' to this morning In the Interests of the { Pat Brin on Is reported to have Company.Mr. -I apace Baa we --c. Itkeht NIt '
Consolidated Fruit Company searchIng bought the Julius Smith residence o*' l win be *.adeat,to say that 11wcigar. I
i rase the 'TTFFANT PLAIN' RING for pineapples. Sth! street 'I Charles T. Harper the well .. I I cigarette and pipe smoker earn

known .eipress agent at Boyntoowas get here anything he unto.t' !
I I ,Furnished house warned for rear I Lumber, fertiliser, furniture and I In town yesterday on business connected LS'OLIT f
MAYINARD&SONi around. Apply to House. .Metropolis. heavy freight handled by the MiamiTransfer I with I his office leaving on the r KILLSMOSQq"TOES
omce. Co. | any part of the coua-i evening (rain for Boytoa. Mr. Harper "
t JEWELERS AND: OPTICIAN, I 1 states that pineapples have been 16., ,. HAVES"t
The steamer MlamL c .pt. White .- .
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af1'L shipped that place by the
'from carloads "
i;i Next. to Post Office. .Miami, Fta:! will leave tonight for Key West and Pad Bnnch! has gone to B to- and has kept his end of the tAT The Cigar Man
Havana, taking up the runof the Mar ALL DRUGGISTS
'i art for a few weeks stay. From there business te a rapid move.
I tinique. she will go to Georgia to be Joined at I l OPPOSITE HOTIL IISCAYNX
,
I Jacksonville b her sister who will
SRO/ I&R mean &a'e immam*b visit la It is said that advice Is the cheapest -
: Mrs. E. (C.; McAllister-Bed with her that State.
I thing]; one can give. Some advice I
1 1s the most valuable thing one ca. J. B. Hawkln..J .. L Laes.Ur ,J. IT. Lummu*:
Mr. P. L. Ration Is recelring .bids ,{Mules and horse for hire at the Miami receive. ,' Good advice Is benefit
Real Estate for the construction of store building Transfer fetables. a
both to the{ one who gives and one I The Co.
on the lot now occupied by the j- who receives.Ve will hope that our Miami Grocery
Rentals, Insurance Miami Transfer bunding. I Mr. J. W. Warner of the F. E. C.Railway effort to {advise you on the most Important t
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: accounting department.wentWest matter regarding beautifyingthe
Office Ilalchett Bldg. Hal r'I chocolates and boa boos.SO .i t6 Palm peach with his family home will benefit both of us. :Staple sad Fancy Groceries t
> cents per pound at BltcayneDrng Sunday spend ng the day there at Since we have been In business the RUITSdVEGrTABLrS1
Store. ,', Mr. Winter's >range grove and visiting item of faint for the home bbeeD ; : I
Suite No. 2. 320 I12th. SL t', friends (S the Cottage City. of the Important things la
one our Our stock of f rrfere| is complete and we think we can supply
,Mr?George Zapf came down from ., stock and bow to'apply It has been about everything required la toe baking line. Oar aim is to keep
West Palm Beach this morning and Hurlen chorales and bonbons, k .tud that find that
so deep {- we only the best {class of groceries and oar price on them will be
will spend a couple of day looking- cents per pound, at Biscayne Drag,. there arej bnotJrw people who know found to be right. Good. delivered promptly nut part of the

JJ. M. VINCENTPhvslciaa after his Interests here. Store.IThe. .. : with what what they they want think and they are want.satisfied We city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always resb. Give as a call

.. ... Haw yon. registered foe! summer steamerMartlnlqne left Miami do not mean to say that we are the
1, '! vnd. Surgeon 1 term Oaf Miami- Conservatoryof- tills morning for New York and it is ones who| know It allU1at we do Telephone 335, Twelfth. Street Miami. floridat
Music!MMt. Hardly pore that she 1I'IJI'eYer ay is th&t/ we give to you the best t .,., 1 ; 1
female Diseases a Specialty \i.1t this again IhaYIDc .beea there Is In the advice that has bees
(X'F.'Youngs bas: returned froma p rchalt'd br ; a JOT S. S. LlDe.,Cap- given to[ us by the most practical +
a..we.c.PIIoH 116, Offie PboM U7 C six weeks' trip In New York State talD Dillon a" his: omcers 10 with painters and the honest manufacturersof -
Residence 214, 14th St.' and Ohio and reports a very pleasant hbr with the c caption or the. purser, paint I t
Office: room 4, 6, 8. Hatchett Bldjj. time.. stewardess and walten. We flnj that paints are so dlffe. I
-- ently compounded that the expression
For Sale Wen established mercantile lsa liB .Ie.U.L1STD.mCK: "pure paint".doe* not mean anything 1
basinet paying 1290 a month ABOUT au ESTATE more than "pure cloth." It depends !
THE RAGKET STORE gross profits for about $1300 OB easy entirely on what it Is made of. It is JusTiD!
terms. J. H. Tatum A Co. I The Baptist hub of.Lemon City pure of the kind. PalAt that will

will open a re nl meeting tomorrow stand In (the north and vest will fall I I
jut P lAfE= Messrs. A. B. Cutler and J. E. Pent ptght. Re\ 3. >'a Rodgers of thus city to give satisfaction In this subtropical a
dleton. two prominent,cltlens of Lemon eoadaetIDelh "Iee". Farther aD- salt. | No paint will last if put 1 .. F
City,'are In town' today on busi ngtcncements 11 be made u to the on green pr wet lumber or applied In I
:V ness. J t '..t-. ttteulo" of th me 9tl1I )(r. Rod rainy weather.. I ,
gars I. well) d and his audience Isassured. If you could be patient enough to
wood m for sale food profits and L- wait, put ton a primer sad one coat I if don't find what
Clihia3c. small investment J. H.' .Tatnm ;ift and let It stand six month or a year andj you .
Co. ,Tent for sal lax'l: rubber 00 and then) la dry weather paint It I I '

top; 'hlr'-1I'ood Jloor; r..''1t sldewalls two or three coats more you would I you want tell us of your requirements
)lr. Roy Ralney auditor for the P. almost Dew: v 1'f'alOu"ble. Gnu'agte.d have a Job: that would be a pleasure
and O. S. 8. Co.. arrived in the city water ptoor. Located at Prout to show your friends and add a great I.I.I '
this morning and,win spend a coupleof Avenue and nm street, inquire at I deal to toe value of your home The and we can come
j days looking ;after nls, interests MJami Sponge tress Co.I lumber has a chance to cure amt dry I
here' .. : and the paint has a chance to show I I them ; 1
pre ty near supplying
I what It 1s (worth. ,
Ten thousand copies popular sheet What tq? use or not to use that Is
s music at lOc per copy,Bush ft Safford IJf9RIUM the question. Whether the dealer

[ Saturday and'Monday Piano Co.. '. ? 3 '. r 5 July 3rd. who It'lIli you the best at a higher i!
price thai the other fellow U not do-
See it in the windows TueSdar' lag yon at great service, Is a matterto i I' .
BICYCLES
\ COulder well i
We have tried all the paints we
No. 15Z lots on Ave. D at (500 each terms halt cash
esell could'geC:|to see what we could recommend Three
Bicycle Repairing 'lAccused" to trade the ben
our as ana j
No. 153. Two Iota on Avenue D and South Watee street,
_wa SELL EVERn'HINo- -.J' t- ** we find that Devoe's lead and sino
-AND. &aLL IT CHEAP&'J. ; 1 paints stand so far a head of all unimproved price $800 each or both for SIS'0. 1
.Sundries. 5'
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:;- 'j ', ': J. #: others that we do not hesitate to My ,
W>H. Oi ile" SonU11 Comedy JJrtma In.4 ActsSeedb7LOca1TIIent that yon will find It far cheaper to No. 154. Lot 75x100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 ash

Win use that paint, even though you had balance in one rear. There is a little boast on this place which

,Aveswe D.'Mlaisd, Iii; ', Harper' : & be, :, I to pay twice as much as for any pays $180! per annum.. Property will make a good business site .
< Harper 'I, other (which la not a fact, ). lie covering 1 '
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If sad It Cent :Aaaex at UUAm ft I properties, the ease with which No. 155. TVe can recommend this as a good isvestsBent. Oa

... ... 1012 Avenue D.' It can be !applied and Its great durability this property there are six: house in good condition, the yearly
w : make it the most desirable.
Tkkets on Sale st BUcaym and ted Others win tell you that we are rental amounts. to $720 and the price la oily $4750 with $12CO

.. M ....... ': Sncceasors; to 'HUDSOJC CTCLC Co. 1 I Cm/ 1>nrc Stores. mistaken. The proof of the pudding ,asb,-and balance in annual payments$500. ;
:
I. In the gating, and to convince the
skeptical we make this offer: If you 156. One good two story house facing the bay and :3

We-.Jost Received! I. M 'are thinking"of using any other paint valuable lots> for$3UNo. terms$700 cash and balance to suit
and will paint the south side of the

Grocery Bargains house half[with Devoe's and half with No. 158. Three four room, two story cottages, price for the '
the other, line of division
400 ten ]inch making the three $3000. Will sell separate/! We caa give very liberal
... .' run from the top to the bottom, and
a ) \ If Devoe's I does not last longest wewill terms on these. Ask for them.

> ,For Thursday,.June 28 paint [it over again for nothing

: It II the best or we could not afford No. 159. neat 6 room cottage on Aoeaae for quick
t.
1American ':
( DiskRecords Large cans tomatoes,for.i . . ., ,.IOc to do this.| sale at$3,500

; Good rice 4 pounds for.1 .. .1. . .25c MIAMI"We [Want HARDWARE Tour MoneyThe CO.." I I
Cow
Silver Cream, per dozen..8k
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r 7 bars Octagon Soap .1'' . . 2Sc -r--

Strained honey, per quart- .',.,1' . . .20c MermaidlAsk

Lump Starch per pound| .. . . .05c ,

we' will sell &t SOc each If yon want Obelisk. Flour, we lave it.lOur F.C.( Drossier d Son ;

:- Fort Dallas Coffee il the best 25c Coffee.

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Phone. 84. Corner. Avenue D 4th Street
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f.. ieprofession* jk. '''flFjosic, + mm'" I Now Increasing Great: Saleof ble Linens I ;


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and Napkins j t

At Obertla,. 0dg1n2 *r of _D lefatM i
Q..ttsxwoa as ra sa.r} j4
Promises to be"Larger Than As will be seen by the ensuing list 1
ATTORNEYS AT LAVi ij the subscription committees: appointed W.. M. Burdine cut prices deep in the Interest of stay home people. Sale for 10 days only !
/.m".1a i,w...,. ......... slat*. Em 'Before-An EzceptiouUyI to canvas the city for contribution I t
.....U..I111S..... ...alslataa.M >,wss I : to defray the expense of the celebration I
..... ftIM. Interesting j jOberlin. of Miami's tenth anniversary u
f 4XBozfT. Miami. Pi*., =r. a city on the 25th.- 26th and STth of
; next month are doing goof work Bleached Damask !

a.U. SEYKOOR IlL t,ATKXSS01 Without ke co-operation of the dtl

Seymour & Atkinson Ch. Jnrte 2-' Delegate? lenS, this celebration would not!be a i ;' ;
from all 'panl of the United States[ success but It Is almost certain to
Attorneys and are congregating; here |o attend the I be the grandest ever held la Miami We sell only the quantity
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Counselors At Law. twenty-l;hth annual cbnrentlon : Those who have not already contributed f number advertised
the Music Teachers' National A :1 I should Jo so and the man appoint. r'
cUI .,...,.... to civil uM federal ecmctkala aU OPUUSuu ,p station which will open sere this : |: ed to canvass your vicinity will no
Ding with an Informal social gathering: doubt be to your place of business or
Booms S.be?. PriaaeU Bid;.,Miami l the Conservatory where house In search of a contribution to I -
at the headquarter of the conrentloa I be appropriated to this cause and to 4 pieces of bleached Damask,|U O0r 2 pieces bleached damask, an fin 6 8e

bas been established and where alf that end the Board of Trade ha* the Cinches.wlde, prfce 35c, MlelOl/ en, (2 Inch, price 85c,this sale. .
G. A. WorleyAttorney the general and special meeting M matter In hand anti a success .U their I -. { AdA Illr i f :
well as the concerts and recitals wlll chief aim. The |3,000 asked (for 1* 4 pieces ball bleached (2 2 pieces bleached damask, an
at be held. The numbed of deleptet bound to make it so as the finance sale..4Yc' 11II82e
Law' promises to be larger ihan ever W committee Is composed of men of business >Prlw sixty-ave ants;this en, 71 Inch, price $1'Ws .

3101, TwcUth! st..'Miami,' Florida fore and everything Indicate, an : experience long headed and I t
ceptionally, successful convention.The j their wisdom In matters of thl* kindle .1 piece mercerized Damaskextra ,62c', z"pecesbJead eddnnt.'aDBD-,.,

'Bobbin opening session till be held looked upon to be of the highest dee, price 75c, this sale. i. en, 72 In..wide, price 1.23'ule I .70i1 '
Geo.KM.' morrow forenoon when president Hetf- The names and amounts of those
.,% .Tttusviii.;Fla;.: ry C. King of Oberlln*, Colleges."-will 1 who have already contributed, the 3 pieces bleached damuk,all Bnen 48c 4 pieces bleached damask" ,an 11.28

Attorney and CounselorAt welcome the delegate Albert A1 cause are herewith given, baring been (2 In. wide, 65 and 75c,' at. en, 72 In. wide l.51, IJS at..l '
Stanley of the University of Michigan paid to the various members lot the :
; k Law will deliver an illustrated'Je4- subscription Committee snj 'teamed
wm snctkr ii aU Cora,.lasts aad 1'114.-I lure on "An Opera ot:!the 17th,Cejtnry. In to the Finance Committee:! I .

-.- ." and Mr. O. Cfflonneck.! C. C. Watson .. .. 'o. .. ....{$78.00 -
Ical librarian of the library of' Congress ZapfBros. .. .. .. '.. .. .. ... 50.00
Hudson & Boggs will Musical read a Associations.paper oa "Some" Miami Metropolis .. .. .. .. 50.00 Napkins
European A B. F. Lasseter .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 Towels
Attorney at Law basinets meeting will' (011011' In die A. Forsell .. '.. .. .. .. 25.00
afternoon there wnl'b$ a vocal recital -
Qua A. ),Mailer Son. .. ... 25.00
TWnley Bidding Miami Florida followed by a discussion' and fa T. V. Moore .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 II dz. Linen Napkins 22x22. II dozen Hock Hemmed Towels
round table1 meetings,1 In ,the eve; ,
J. A. McDonald .. .. .. ... 25.00 $1.28 t25c
nlng an organ recital will be gtveh.The' one-fifty.Qone 17x32 three for .. . .
T7; W. N. Hull .. .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 menty-flft'I', ,
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p.',__ snoos.K __ L,D.. convention w11J'i'OIe. on Friday Frank T. Budge .. .. .. .. .. 25.00 :
.: Obi Wass...0,.........". afternoon I John Sewell ft; Bro... .. .. .... 25.00E. 19 dz. Linen Napkins, 24x24. .102 1 11 dozen Linen Towels, are worth 25c"

JMIteae*Mtt Siravi M4wrtans B. Douglas 25.00 two-fifty value, now.f: .:. U M c, DOW ,two for..1 f ..
_rAft 0 Fortunate : I Miami Grocery Company....*. 25.00 "
ltTA1Q,, TLOR--DA. ; !Anthony-Bomfh Co. .. .. .. {. 25.00W. II dz. Linen Naptins,24z2: CO TwentTdz.anBneflhacktoweJs, ')n,. ,.
'f .. .. .. 12
.. .15.00f'
Sardine .
"Wnea was a druclsU' at LJvonla. M. i. Oa
Mo.".,writes fj J (DwJer. now!ivf Dr. Abernathy .. .. .... .... 25.00 three-fifty value, now :'" lzW worth twefit-f-flre cts at.,r."" .
Dr. James M.M.Jadc'soe Jr.Offkt'Coraer ;E. L. Brady Co .. .. .... 15.00
Graysvffl.Ho. "ttref of my customer
were permanent*'cured' of consumption !.Red Cross Pharmacy .. .. .... 25.00 Fire dz. Linen NapkfDs,Z412. $' 98 21 dz. an mercerfucl af.:24cFlee ,

I I2th Stand Arab by Dr. King's New Discovery ,P. Ullendorff".. .. 4. .. .. 25.00J. $4.00 value, now . worth thirty fire cents
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W. Watson 25.00
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OpptsfteBaiq-MBd and are weil and strong today. One ;John Seybold .. .. .. .. .1' 25.00 dz. Linen Napkins 24x2 ( dz. extra One linen
MIl hJs
wa* trying ]property >and lame pare
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Bnrdlne ft Qnarterman ... 25.00 r$3.98 42c
5. Moofs3lalsad7g8p.'s., more to Arizona, bat"time"Saner using New; McDonald; Lumber Co. .. ..' .. 25.00 five dollar nine, now. .J. worth hoc:,to'serenty-flTe ,oj.; ;IfI.
: DIaconf7a'wrt** he.fODa4; Itunnecessary" B. W. Rhodes .. .. .. .. ...,1. 20.00 I I
to do jo. 'I regard. 40r. H. T. Whaler ..: .. .... ... 20.00 I I. ,
L ]QR. !I. B. RUSH. King' New Discovery a* the most Maynard ft Son .. .'- .. .. ... 20.00 items I
wonderful medicine jjla sxlatan..." Miami Hardware Co. .... .. .. 20.00 We an still addle intenstiai to the barilla coaster. This sale win also include boscry sak of
; Offle m-13ih street 'Phons. O.. ,, Surest..Conghfand" told+: can iA4 Isldor Cohen- .... .. ...... .. 15.00 last week wherein we sold oar finest hosery for half. Val and Torchon: lace from Ik per dz. yds. to Sc.yd.
8elldeaa.108 lib S&:;) : Throat and Long sealer. Guaranteed W. H. Challle ft; Son .. .. .. .. 11.00
MIAMI.FLA. by all druggist COe 'and II. THal J. Hubbard Cheatham .. .. .... 15.00
bottle free _, I I C. a Letter. '.. .... .. .. 15.00
+ Julius Smith .. .. .. .. '' 15.00 It
: .HARD) ON'THE BACHELOR*! Miami Furniture Co. .. .. .'r'w ...15.00 W. Burdine
J. U. f.: Mullet I.;;M."D.. Dade County Furniture Co.. .....15.00 I
Brooklyn. Jane 17-f- Bachelor nival W. E. Toon** .. .. .. ...:... 15.00A.
Offlee: Boom I'and 4 officers who are on fluty at the Navy Doane. .. .. .; .. ..( .. 15.00
,Frlssell Building Yard In this city and at some or the D. R. Knight .. ..' .,.... L. 15.00
Boor* 10a.in.tQUm. Itolp. other naval station, are scrioaajy Frank Gallat .. .... .. J... 15.00 .
Miami Shoe Co. .. .. .. 15.00
affected by the decision that the government
Besidenee 141, 10th street. ..... .. ...
will not allQw any extra commutation Empire Store j 10.00A
to the servants they |em E. Blckmer .... .. .. .1" 10.00 Martfs Oyster: and, Chop;: Housi
FRED BUTTEB.Coatrartor.
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ploy. It bas' bee*'the pr&cUct to Miami Bottling Works .. .. 10.00 t
draw what Is known as the commuted W. A. Lofton .. ..*.. ...... 10.00 I '
"Oeaerat, .. .. .. .. .I ..
ration allowance'to be paU tci sere Keller ft; Lasseter 10.00 If Meals at'all Hours
Orulne.'I' .-- rants employed In messes organized Carroll ft; Clark .. .. .... .... 10.00 f .
"" '1- L. by the unmarried'gmcen on duty at George Worthington .. .. .10.00 Gjatera by plate, quart or jrallon.MeaU '
-. Walls Drilled.' Sidewalk naval station as iwell as on board Fred Rutter .. .. .. .. ...1 .. 0.00Sewell's
ship. Hereafter officer messes onshore Tailoring .. .. ..... 10.00 served at all hour 41012th Street. Miami, :non

will not be Permitted to brake Magnolia Grocery Co. .. ..!. .. 10.00 .. .
? W. C. IVIaynard, use 'of tills committed ration money Armstrong Grocery Co. .. 1 .. 10.00
; .. .. .. ... Before '
which amounts to $' a month Jaudon Bros. i> 10.00 Investigate Invest
per.f1lWlThe" .
? CRADUATKOPTICtANV allowance win'be'continued' : In Hughes ft; Ca .. .. .. .. .. 10.00
V. .- .::Maynard *'t5on;Jeweler=* behalf of Ie"utl (employed bf of, Chase ft; Ca-.. .. .. .. .. ]. .. 10.00 "
-- ,Dade County Security Co. .1 .. 10.00H. Wind Power
j
<* fleers' I The
messes on i ship.
4 ATMM D Hut to fomt Ofic* Aboard i
distinction I..thr tenlt.of a laconi F. Scruggs ft; Co. .. ..). .10.00
cal constracti.inofUaw. Therels! n.. John Frohock. .. .. .. ... 10.00 Ha been adopted by the best people of the country aa the
GEO. L. McDONALPCOCOAKUT remedy short of changing: the phraseology J. H. Tatnm .., .... .. ..,fli.. 10.00C. cheapest power for raising water. Note the people who hate
li lqIle of the law Sand it Is tad late H. Gautler .. .. .. ..llJ... 5.00 them they could hare steam gas and hot air too if they want
hGT la.the session to accomplish this.. even A. J., Campbell .. .. .. |:L. 6.00 ed it. I handle the beat mill made and make a specialty ot thj$,
: JLr.y.g'.1 r.u. a.a.aarn .. .. .. .. ..
Ceo. Mangos 1 5.00
.If such business and with mechanism that I hare beengranted
: a;change were possible. mj pump just
j ,OBOYX. FLA.t J. B. Campbell .. .. .. ..I/.. .5.00 a patent on. I will puaraatee to double the capacity,
U' Johnson Tompkins .. .J.... 1.00J. valve and life of wind mm outfit.'Any will
oaUlNAN., .. ... .... .... any infringement
IV -"' JA" J- Jerry Vereea ........ ...I.... 5.00 prosecuted. -t t'
Hudson Cycle Co. ..... ( .... .BB. j
M, AroJuteo't." : '" .. .... An ordinance p/otectlng IIr ] F. Hoyle ,..... ........... '.00 Grove
J" J. ? f-: against. vehlclel.rand cars an| ;pre.nUnc' Dade County Fur. Ca (brandtf 5.00 \ C, H. PERRY Cocoanut
,. the obstruction of firf hydrants .. ....
Cohen's branch store 6.00
1210 Are. C Miami. Fla Flo'
">*! ..-- -. '.. jj( ,In. the dtyf of Miami, anJi pro- Cash .. .. .. .. .... .. ..5.00 .
\ Tiding a penalty for ,a breach J>f the Med Kellnm .. .. .. .. .. ,. 6.00 .. i
TheChapmanHouseF. same_ BL J. Socthall ... .. .. .. f.. .. 6.00 he ttae,"bop fa ... tat a teat
Be'It'ordained ;8>r the city council R. E. Hall .. .. .. .. .. .... 6.00 nor fine,line ot Woolen. ,Boat eon Contractors Property ;Owi
.W. CHAPMAN. Prod of the city of MiamiiSection I IL C. Budge .. .. .. ..... ... 6.00 ct t**) plata AND
Kat. SIM ...,. Spwlal, tI.. w.M 1, Tht the driver if .
pw tile eomtont of kn... Lo.ttt any H. X. KJa<< .. ," .. ... .. 6.00
C.Mta 11 an mUut aMaIU_U of Pala Bo a_OS laS street car blcycli, motorcycle autoother W. J. Brown .. .. .. .. :' .... 1.00 JOHN aiwmu. \ BROSudgaartai J
4 IW...Lan.. Gout OaMlUaBoarthr pIP9k. mobile omnibtisJ. Bewan Bros.. .. .J.. .. 6.00 toy smart If you don't want to SAVE MONEY
( wimtK ranUm.of 6omUi rt c. i vehicle who snal drive any such car Pioneer Cornice Ca .. .. J .... 5.00 comic
I d I .tIaI'.laIIiq'" Ocubatkha.DIray. ; tM Twetftk itreeC. Blaeayvo 31osb! we tint help you. If you do to
z Florida or vehicle over pr across an} hoseIn Gen CJ Holies .. .. .. .L .... I.Of '
use or about {(0 be used, o| lyingIn A. Cooler .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 f .
the carriage way after belnf geed C. H. Lyne ..... .. ....... 1.00 ThirhIi+ r The; McDonald ColYellow'Pine
A.W. Graham In any .street avenue; alley or .public Rttty Brae .. .. .. .. .. ..... 1.00 f j..A. _
y place In the cUr of Miami Jiy any J.-.A: Conrad .;.. ..... ..... 1.00 ,
!: Contractor i and Builder portion of the Ft* Department the Redmend B.'GauUer .. ... .. 1.00 LOCK AND GUNSMITH
i Satisfaction city. of Miami ft r extinguishing 'anyIre Dr. W. S. GramlInl .. .. .. 1.00'' and buy JOY balldlug mithil.i IJoug;Lea!
that may occur In the corporate w. G. Megga .. ..... .. ... .aoA.B. Expert Repairing j ,
Fr p, Onaranteed.' 1| limit of the clty of Miami erf during / \V'ayt ..:. .. .. ... .... 1.10 Il arid Cypress, of all kinds,
C
Let..*c n o> or fork >" M .70*_o* and practice parade a 'the 1113( A.VEXUE MIA.XHarperA
f ... : drtjl or >y C. J. Rose .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.10
k ay.bfusaw,aU.a4M.ya f.tai.b.d.. r.O.loxA/Mta.LTSa.ptalaadlwan Fire Department f the city ot Miami J. W.' Graham .. .. .. ...' .. .. 1.50 We 'also 'Sell Lime, tBrick (4 kinds). Cement, Sash DC
or' any part rf ahe' same pro11ded.howe.r. J. B. GeDJ10Ck.. .. .... .... 1.50 Harper-,. ,............ "100 Mouldings and whatever else a builder ;requires 4
that la jdrill practlce or .PIa H, I. Ryan .. .. .. .. .... 1.50 Dr. Jandon ... ... ..* .. ...... 1.0 '
Expert TypewriterRepairing ade the street shall not be abstracted : T.N. GtatIer .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 J. F. Blanton Son. .. .. .. C.OO at lowest possible figure.d
for an unreasonable length pf time" 8hebf'n I; Co. .. .. .. .. .... 1.00 Salim Sawaya .. ;. .. ..-'..;. .
1' by said,Fire Department or any part Ed Hughes ..'.. .. .. ", 2.00 M. Caaoa ..'.........' ........... 80M You Know where]we area )uth: Street.Miami., _Floric
thereof, shall bfl deemed gushy of a G. F.. Cook .. .. .. .. .. 1.00, Mrs. H. N. BrockneUT. .. .. .... .10
M. C. PRESTON misdemeanor aid upon conviction, F..A. Root :. .. .. .: .. .. .. %.00 E. Hart .. *. .. .. .. ...... (0 ..-. --: -
shall be fined fb not to Salem' ".. .. ; ..50Mrs.
an amounts 1 : Dade Pharmaey: .. .. .. J. :. .. 2.00 Sarara .
II 304 9th st. P.O. Box 311Emil exceed Fifty Dollar or be Imprisoned S., B. .AuJtmaa .. .. .... 2.00 H. E. Bresdwen. ;. .. .. ..50 -
I' for a period'O time not toj' exeeed Sb beD I; Co .. .. .... 2.00I. M. CasonCharlie .. .. .. .. .. ...... .50
Thirty days I I !: F. Ross&Co.. .. .. .. 1.00 Holler. .. .. .. .... .M Cfi & COO CIlase&iHaMylFire :
I' A. Ehmann See 2. That any person Who shall J. F. Rosa &,Co. .. ... I.. .... 1.00 Frank Cobb .. :. .. ..< .;" '" M use
obstruct In an; manner the use ot 8.' B. Aultman .. .. C .. .y 2.00 Ja*. Clark. .. .. .. .. .... .. .SO
f .. Architect any fire hydrant In the 'city dt Miami Scbelble A EntwbllUe.. .. .. 1.00 Baker. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .50EO I
or who shall hove or place Or causeto : C. H. Bradley .. .. .. .... %.00 IS. G. Slgiby .. .. .. .. .. .. I SUCCESSORS TO "f
f West Palm Beach Florida be placed any material in front H. F. Raulenou .. .. .1.10 F. Zelley. ..... ... .... .(0 [
thereof, from the curb line to the center R: L. Mills h .. .. .. ;t., .. .. 1.00G. J. Vr. Williams .... .... .., .. .. CHASE &: aARNEY.-lnc.
,
Merritt & Kolb from either sli e thereof shall be Acme Bottling Works t .... 1.00W. IS. Bolton .50 FRUIT Accident
: deemed guilty f a misdemeanor and C. Weight .: .. .. .f'. .. .. 1.00 Comble ..... ... ....::.::.. BO i VEGETABLEPACKERS and
.
Red Estate,, Rentals etc. upon conviction thereof challjbe flnej Harper Harper. .. ... .1.00 .. .. .. .. .. .... .50 I
in an amount : ot to exceed: ,Twenty- Dr. Jandon. .. .... 1.00 J. F. Coleman .... .. ....... .50 Tornado
Catates'MaMgc' *] five Dollars or, be Imprisoned for a J. F. Blanton'A Sony. ,.. .. .. 1.00 I Cash .. .. .. .. .. .10 lo
A e.4'C. gear 12th St., Miami.,Fla. period of time not to exceed fifteen Arthur Byron. .. .. .. .. 1.00R. :Mrs V.Thlgpen .. .. .. .. .. .. SO I Cash Dealers I
**. i ft X. Tattam. .. .... .. 1.00A. (I Cash .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 50 i InsuranceFIDELITY
:DR. E. M. LAW Passed this. 21st day of JniSe, A. D. G. Jqner .. ... ......... 1.00 'Clifton Jackson .. .. .. .. .. .. .SOEO Crate ,
1906. 11 I F. H. ""barton.PresicJeDt Water I; Moody .. .. .. .. 1.00 IManJ 1 Chase .. .. .... .... .
of City Council. Chili. Oxer .. .. .. I.. .... 1.00 Jas. Bradford .... ...... .... .. .25 Material
;.: DENTIST Attest M. "Rl KeHnm. E.Portlr.. .. .. .... :.. . ..00Mrs. \\ W. Sawyer .. .... .. .. .. 26 BONDS
11 I City Clerk. : I. B. Bruaaer .. ..I.. .... 1.00G. S. )I. Foster.. .. .. .. ....... .%51
Fintey'nul_in, t I I YaraIla... .. .. .. ... .. 1.00 i J. A. Sawyer .. .. .. .. .. Picking tad Tuelioise,
'Artistic Work Thoroughly .Seal I day ofjjnae, A. 11. T. Martin .. ., J.. .. 1.oo!1, E. Williams. .. .. .. .:. .. .25 | OLDEST AGENCY IN HliMllI
'
y' Exeoc..ed ., 1906. 'I[ John Befrell, Walter S. Graham .. '.. .... 1.00.' Lena .. .. . .... .. .. .25 Kist 'Hi 'llvisl! Rii! Dock.
Wltk the Meat Modem ApeJIanoe i Mayor Of the City of Miami. E. I. Sweet .. ... .. .. too H. G. Beaaley. .. .. .... .25''

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GOOD TARPON"CATCH ,* Florida! 1Fast Coast Railway;



The 6redtSdicbtetS ale BY WEST: CITIZENSLarge ,Loal Time, ,Card No. (6 In:Effect.iprfl II,JINL

'sovt.eoolil .aitb DOn, >Iotr oelt>i.mti t .


h. I I us.51 Us.." ITATlOXa tffpti
I it One Measured Six _
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In J.ebo..uter.i.
Feet Length. It 53 J 1-- '
Nov 85am*: .__&U& .

Good Store _t.. 11 Mho!. t. r =- JLJrets N..

Empire Dry 5 sp t .w,........Maee. ,,
:
Pilot Boat ArmIda, Which Went /tl. : -w.k.t.,_._.
.IUUWLo
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Adrift During the Recent Storm,, *!> t1. s
1 Found I 1 pa .. rono''a. r: N Ai
Sunday and Brought to SiZp. t
327 Twelfth Street, Miami, FloridWill u N I-5-21 AS.- JI .. "IS.
PortOnly Slightly Damaged. o.a a. o.aD :;_ .. I
I h 1a: 1 tsa ... __ .. V
CUTIS
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Continue Until u !'I-p.
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Metropolis Bureau. 1_ __ _t1_..._._ a -a- _! TA, P u ter.
I Key West June 26. Il I Li ____2rfia I Ip. I
t1a Npe
A pai j consisting of )lei.,.. John 11 U_ It= -- ."e,led,., N f/= 11.1.51
WardloiPorter George W. Allen and W. R. I-- ..". .. 0aWe...... II.". n_
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| 30 .m ao, uer, J""
Juae .
Saturday pent tarpon fishing Saturday I "'r --_-
Ia 1 u lava far
la the 3 cbt Margaret owned by Mr. .. ...". ,_.l..l.'IeIe' .. It.... USOB' ,
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""rdlo.. in a few hours they returned -' IOaa c,". .____Wwt T7w..J"ner. It It to.a r2 ** lisjr
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.rtth four tarpon three captured a. f u -- N. 11 II
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One week more ol this'great:Southern factory and i,mfll Spdicate sale wit by landed Mr. Porter.by Mr. Wardlow.The largest It measured one- ..afps.. ... ..-.. :.._StM. >1_.. __iy >.>..........._>II>, d

1 feet, even Inches and weighed ."U.'C. :
lips '' w, Its gr I r
Just received & big consfgmneDt of the factory goods, fo fffl In an keD'sIW' 110 nunda. The others weighed ua n.- ,...

staples, consisting of Bleached and Unbleached Muslta Indian(; Head, soft| finished Cam SO and whl 1 40.h pound meuured Mr.six Porter feet one caughtone Inch 15 I 4'pK Mrs ; MtD'WwI tie _: ,hiesNu N. l Mra t L

bric, India linens, Percales, Calicos: silk finish chambrays, Cheese Cloth, Zephyr Gingham,', and we hed 104 pounds. The party Npa ao,.. .."r.-..a... om .,..
Diaper) doth, 10 yard Press Patterns! Pillow Cases,. Sheets, bit Hoe of ladles vests;. w op. left again and returned the next day 1N ..., '. ... 11 11N ..
with twi> more one of which was captured a = it:
::: =
Ladies'Muslin Drawers, Chemise, SIlk Gloves, Bed Spreads, Hole Supporters, elegant line of b)|Mr.Allen. a..M. N

open work and closed Bose for ladles and misses, Apron Ginghams, Tow |Toweling, men's Mlasef Mary and Pauline Wardlow MM rutot OuivaftMH.sad m JtsiNel.Nhadnatntr".NIL. .
Half Hose and entertail ie Blue Work Shirts, Scriretf Drawers, Jumpers OjeraUs '
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: The lad es prize a diver hatpin with .

,[Everybody should take advantage of this big'cot price sal Jwadpal Brosslef,ted and tOP Mr.was Gayley won won by Miss the I ./al. .... '::.It' actTjatJiMr t aTTMT ...... slgaur Jta.ll Mir M.r M.r a.aa
... If" a..
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,
in's prize a fountain The
tentlem pea
3; A,special! invitation! is, extended_to one and_all loDe band prize a box of Huyter's wu (10, ..r.. ...as. .401in
l capture) by )lr, Ushman. The other ji* i 11". tsJ__ ..a i
guests fere" Miss Cash Miss Isabelle $IS_III ,t.lpllO.Op<'M __..kWeII.,..ds- _'." ,......It It I I
Johnson, Messrs. Owen Roberts, B. It. 1 u 00.'A,_M.n o-t. .0IIa ,*u ;

[mpimtryf) ( lOre I Leigh' and pilot Ferris boat Armlda.Lowe.The which went rflwf,3tltt 4-0 OCCPEHTAl: STEUCHIf CtWHECTIMB AT BAH

adrift ((urine the severe storm two r
9 weeks ago was found drifting np the a. rllIH1IMI ,... it ftksrf wta SttsaHklsa. ef tte '.10.. S. L c.....y ..

bay, Sunday by Capt. Cornelius Johnson -
.and Calvin Park.. In the fishing Havana and key West
t\ J. R ELLIOTT. Proprietor I smack denThe Tllden was fish- "
: lag on}lie reef off the western end I' Two Salllng-i" Each Week.

t -I of Honda when they sighted a Tsaisti nUitoija i-aattensri at tUa.ti Ms. Nt Trr.
small vessel under bare drifting
poles
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-- e. .. to jibe eastward at the rate of ""' '' '''''''''''''''wrT'rerrWig'''''
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m.a
t three miles an hour. sMa7U a ...
10 GTS 11'1 L 1.
'FOR S CKrJT* ,FOR The tsbermaa realized there was
Match Boxes] Comb and Brush Case l something wrong with the vessel ana Nt.Csyj M idle LOCAL TUB,CARD.er 0CMr 1w..srdMEB I
Box Toilet Soap Mincing Kalrei they llfjed anchor and started after AQENT.M
THE TICKET
Miami Business Directory AI B. C. Plates Meat Fork her., On overtaking the schooner : :
;JelHe and PI Plates they raft the smack alongside, made JL'O. RAItMBt.AMC Otat P,.u. Afi. ST., AUOUITIN& JIA,;'
4 Broilers or Toasten sail on(the Armlda and towed theta I I' i
r Cake Turner Pudding Pans own Teasel to port. On a close exam-

The Out of Town Buyer,and thoa* within the city will find In the> Scoops Ink Glasa Lemon Steak Squeezers Pounders:I she fDaUon ha broken f the Armada the end It of wu her found main ,
list below the mddraee of Miami Merehanta under boom d had about two feet of water
Plat
I Mucilage Boning
claaained h ada for na4)ret.renoe. I
Store Polish Knlres, Forks fA her0I.L l ne hawser which hall SEABOARDAir
Blacking Towel Backs held her anchor was broken short

.. a.. BRADY eV'CO. .- L SCREVEKHealer Cob Pipes Scrub Brushes Captatn Johnson and the owners of I ,y
Plot Cups Basting Spoons the TU n settled with Captain Catel
Freak Frusta... TecetaUea'' la Drags I'a1aJ.- StrainersFnnnells Mops the ower or the Armida for 1:60salvage. :! Line Railway
Q... cm.. Iule( Art1Cll.'slatsu., Whisk Broom.And This II a reasonable morn J JI
|lit. -* Street. Are D. Miami Via.Ifcacr u the hors could haTe recovered I
ISO Areoae D JOamlMRS.
Omen. Bar Grata.aad 60 per Dt. of the TeNeI If they had .
L C. .aCI(.:' fought cue In the courtL wOt
I kapeT rertm erJ. ire ..

'" .'E. LUMMUK. Salt Real it. 4..Batata i:sad fDeal NEW STAn savannah Columbia, Camden- Southern Pine

la Oror' 'rfa. ante. X20 1-1 Twelfth.tr.t. Miaal. Fla II rK I LUTHER LEAGUE Raleigh, Richmond, Washington,. Baltimore.

Hay and Pvniluraf; WILSON A HUDOLBSTON Jllq ': N June 17- The Philadelphia. New York.
1j
SnJ.uth swMraml. I'lL Real. .XataU.aa4; IaIuee. Luther .eague of the State of New Two Elegant Trains Daily.
York, its Wnee.h
aflaa r peDe4 al1ll\1&A Seaboard MmirI.fodern1'ollinaQ
at l-S TwetfU atreeti; Seaboard express
convention here today. The eouveu.dons I

THE': MAONOUA' GROCERY- co. A. ....CAMPMLlDealer e .Idt have heretofore been held ,Equipment.itioi .
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-I 111 the tall I of the.year, have been set 1O
Dialers In iirocerl. tip aaJilraia fob In Gents Dry: 1lsrabtfDp Goods dota-.. 7,, earlier Ibis fear, In the hope,.of'me- T : -.:: : ': ; ,
'. s curing larger aUeudaDee. The
C4Av...D sad I atteDda ce II considerably greater optndix d.t41DroIID sliipen Iron JiclMiillli> u In Orlms! .

II I than fo many years. ..'
II I -.At the opening session the del.. <,.'
Wm : tlF 'S; Sbii:$: I gates wire welcomed br Mayor Wood- for f-il ii'or itioi ia>1 _I Iseoer re.rnbl, call an WIT agent of C t
burn and the Re1'' Ritebie of the Seaboard,01.write 1t
$ .. \ 'fKey : i ii Church f the Redeemer. Several of '
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the: nil delegates reapoodect..The
'West;Florida'HEADQUARTERS KeT' PI b I W. KolJer..oae of the ablest \ 0: McD NHELL. &silL Sa ., UL Jiclwaiillcrli h
FOR atorl of the Lutheran church ,
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h r. Lots' of 4 Other Items' tee Hum- fA W. State, delivered the convention F. :.: BOYLSTO N. J r. Pass. Art.fta. ".' > .
7" Shipiettaittdlery: : ,, Builditiff1 } ere.s to meftUoA te be found at tile se 11. ne convention will
sat tbrfe daya and many prominent J

4 Materials 'Of.A1tKt1idst' :- -5 <&<:I 10 qi'Variety Store speaker various: : meeting will deliver The addresses sessions at the are I '

r ..I" 1., AaIii1ce r held at the Church of the Redeemer. j
; LineTHROUGH
t Coast
,Steam miris.ltitlwaTa_ Mt chtna Shopji.Porf; :i I_Nel1o1P, A"1ueD Miami. Pie. I Atlantic
l Foe mastw Robbed
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:,G. W routs, 'poatm tIr:: at Rlrar '
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klda ot repairing,; Boher/raad'steam;Fitting can oe dose at th.. ton. la., nearly lost his! Ute and was SCHEDULE. -
.... *t notice. in the best possible D1&lUtcr'b expert skilled mechaaiu i Moue :TO Loan robbed of all comfort aceetdlac-td ,
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his I.ttet. which trays of Jaaadlce Oat Florida Georgia\; Alabama, Virginia North Carolina 1

neB 'm, eager ants camel yellow: | and South Carolina .

: when ity doctor prescribed OectrlcBttters of Travel between 1 1I"eda
I Ir' -- B : which eared me and hare -rr great Highway
.egDr.Burnh.3im 'I, kept n4 wen for elerea ,..,.." sun
care fo< bWoan.... aenralgla. weakness aaj ttieEashndWestJorthndSontliCoaT
On. Shnft or' Long lime and aQ stomach rem Kldaey !; ; ,:. -4
and bladder 4era "A.osderfnl
and nmta. ; >
Be. Miami Surgeon Specialist. tonks. At an drag stems SOs ..u>.ui geirtie. Elrgaat PallmaiK aVjelpo>..t, Mlpllntel.: .. Car 's
E Foments .
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['you are a sufferer bOlD nay Chronic Disease, Ulcers, Tumors, Can f -v-- -" ... Route of the J DI\IE FLYER 1

eera- or any Blood Disease Catarrhal'Diseases of Head Throat, SHHHSSS1S { Miami MeatMarket Celebrated > ,FLORIDA AND\WEST INDIA LIMITED

Lop, Stomach brBowelsDrspcpaiaIiidig-esbon,'Rectal Trams.MOSTGOM RY, L. AND N. t

;'' 4 Diseases, Female:Diseaatt ,Dade 4 Co. Security 'Co ----- ,

All bilest Electrical Aids lomcopaaic Medicinesui O SYZNIUT afXTBOD OF nLlXG.

Stomach TroubtMMrs. Atlantic Coast Liie one thousand mile tickets goodV-* 11,000.IMe.1 ratt-
_, .>a large .tock of;Specially prepared remedies for Special work T. A. feaster, Prop.mi road.embraiDg all portiostt of the Sooth oa tale at aa. principal .......,at
8ae llarUn..aa old lid highly rate of Itt each. :XJmited to one lear (trod Uw of s r ba e. Fee' '.11. trm.
Ladies laid Alujs in Attendance respected resident of ralaoala.icisa. Mi West Palm Beach p....a.d reliable aronuSfoa ftCU'dla.Write n...,eoMd 'ee.P UB aae.rrK>.....>. I

was sick with stomach trouble for
'DIor. Frank C. Bojlstoi Dist.Pass.Agt. W.D,Stark.Trarellaa;Pr...Ag..
Jpetairs in Metropolis Building. From 9*. m. to 4 p. m.San. exceptr 4flTTY than six months Cbamb rtain' 118 w. Bay Street,Jaeksonnlle
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ttomach &:d Urer Tablets eureclher.
:She says: -lean now eat anything 1want Floridaa 1V.J. Cr g, PaMenger Traffic Manager, Wilmington, N. C.
and amjthe proudest woman In ,
world to j!find such a good medi -
BROTHERS !cine." For{sale by BIscayne Drug Western '
.co. and all Jfnggists. Samples free. Has Stood The Test 25 Y sGrove's

Machine. t lore NIP'I.. Meats I ;
ShopAgents
\
I n cure ma; be affected by appiytegSalve
Chamberlain' as soon aa the
for .the New- Era_ ,Gas Engines, ..Gasoleneand fhnd Is don i nursing. Wipe It off M 1 i ordern receive prompt'
kerosene SPECIALTY with it soft 'otb before stlowlnc the attention TonicNoCureNcPay.
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'en rine. repairing a child to nnrw. Many trained auras 1311319"eQue DPho Tasteless
nse this salrjs with the best results.Price ,
General Repair Work .
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SEVENTH STREET" MIAMI FLORIDA eayae Drug Co. and all so cents.

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WrrH warm on a weather trip north on, hand thoughts Ito and Mid Summer I '
< of the ave man turn new
I Pi clothing and the pro r seledionj of the,
styles and fabrics fit f the seasons wear
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I !_ Where to 1 Buy, i4T, ,: Clearance SaleWill .

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is I i the question that stets his] mind. ,
I Common sense willconducting [ell that the firm '
the larges]tailoring business. t :: ; Begin aCC
in the city has gain its patronage by isrte "
giving the best valu for the money. '

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ham Store il the largest I .

seller of strictly up- I .
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Tailor to-date Madcf'and Clot aS g ''I( ;Saturci ay, June 23

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and[ continue to Tues., July 3 ..

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1 Gents Furnishing: Departmen :
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'p, ." !' :;In this department we carry.complete line of'the I.best Drew 250 Suits ot fine *Kool ihlothin to be sold at :half ;:
?, Shirts Necktie.Collar..Cuff.,S9eks.Garterj Suspenders
., I' -- or less 1000 pairs _shoes to go at half_ price or less
Straw Hats I. t Summer Underwearti ,
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t'ti You heed a straw hat and don't want to .tisfactory S varieties to choose from !
be overcharged when you buy it. We 1No matter what you want, it is in ou I Jnt .,all will
have'a' hat that'will fit and suit you for sstock--eve' ,weight"and style la cotton To make, this sale r Sting ,to we give a speciali
k our.variety is large..Try us and find.out lisle thread:pnen, merino and all.woo I discount on all stoc goods of fifteen per cent during this

(: ,: I big ten day sale. (Stetson: hats and Overalls not included.)
I We have too man: goods and not enough money is the
r ''Hubbard :Cbeatha : trouble. The good must be' sold and you!get;the benefit.
J J I We will mention be ow a few of the many bargains we'will

t' offer at this Great crifice, Stock;!Reducing Sale. See them

: elerpe'8; Clothier. 'Miami r i. "rid:;I 1210-1212 Ave.ID 1 .
1 Jf ** I. Underweai :Shirts .


'. tl. I .. SOc for Elastic......Seam......Drawers........,..to...g .........42c.65c 1000 ale 75.for out..shirts.......'.to...go...at..;this...... ..{'..5OG
150.$L25 and$1 50 shirts to dose
i1 1 J ," ? asAtli I IJ 85c for.Semen'. : ,Cramers ......... ........ at ....t..87c(j jI

.j ;; ., H.' ... .' ,- .' ." :. .. I SOc ale Under for .Shirt..'. ,..to.go. at..tbi .........43c65c :

.i s1 I a'.1lt' :3''' .f' :' I 75 this cent we Under for Shirt:.....,.to...go...at... .... ... Pants

I .,.. t : 200 men' $ .50. $j and$3.50 t
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.t f\; i. ., .' i ik I 1D e n'.pant to close at.............$2.00, '
.l'1othlnlf. 63 pair men'. outing pant, were t1 00
New H.5O.and$5 to cW at. .
1 omethingAt f 37 two piece salts.nobby patte $7.55
Were$U and 15.. to dose at. ....., 20 l per ct off on all pants In the.noose

6i i I.. .; i iI i If at men'*snits.were.$10.OOtO: el< se.....ec,047men'i5ne .

I wo-piece snits, w $ ,Boys' Clothing and Pants
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J. $15,$17.50 ana$:A,to close at .
I IG II Ii 21 snits. white and striped fl; .
I II i.. nel,*were$'.and$30 to close ..15.00 25 per cent discount. on
.1. I 7 snits white flannel were $20 afrd $5 00 "
.'.. $25 slightly*soiled to clous. ..... '
'" .. allboys ,clothing"I ,"r.ztperct.ofloDaDJtherdothlDlDthehOUSO pants

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I Burdineluarterman t i ladies' ,Sboo S Children's: Shoes! ,

.,., ladles and Patent Leather .
1 "J'! 100 pair Dongola: 100 pair children and rnlue white"canra*
... 'r I ,',' Oxford$2.50 and and$100 Sanlil to close. were at..; .....$1_I.OO._ $1.50.aaadalL_$L75 oxfords and$100.and to slippers close at were;.}..75C )
73 pair ladies Doagola Oxfords and Slipper: 85" I fant' / aasdal and' .hoei.and I '.
pair :
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.. ., .1"' t I tan and$.00.toclo black, were eat,$3...00..,.$..".50'...:..$I'.95' were LOO ani L2S.: 'to Close at .:.;.F..CA>>/' J

; 1 47 ladie*' Doneola and Patent Kid Ox.,, 125 children'and misses*hoe..._*.wets.....$I.U
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fords aad100. todo.ut.
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One: counter' 1 E :nil otbar-. .. close at.,were....$.':.OO....and.....$5.00.....to...$2.85 ,!
150 pair ladies white canvas a id white linen

M Oxford to close,at were j...$150....,..3.50.....an..<.! $4.....$I.OO Men Shoes
t. irlb1ibe : .27 pair ladies white buck Oxfor 1*, were$6.00. 62 pair men' white anus shoes,
and$8.00. to close at tihi is" IL S. & H. make ...,..$1.00 1
day $7.00. were S3 at.
g sins every ale at.._._................. $3.00 -
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'I 5palrmen's II. S. & ll/make white, were sans 3.50 at.shoes' ...$1.50 I
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Shoes 65 pair men' IL S. & H. fine black \
arid Boys' shoes.were 4.50 and 5,00: to clne..$150\

: week : : .Come see : 37 pair DOT*'Drab auras oxfrfd*, CI A A 100 pair Hanan Ac Son...6.00.... and. $7 !;$4.50 I
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were$1.75. to close at........1.....



this _particular counter. "Right now" is the tie t to lay in a supply for the summer,II while' I-I''

you can save from 15 to 50% Do not delay, but come tod y.JOHN B I


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