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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 30, 1906
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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VOLUME 3, NUMBER 176 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATUKDAY, JUNE 30, 1906 II%' 'IV H T'.Q. .I ,PAGES

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Get Busy and Clean Up Your Premises.1 The Worst Summer MonthS A-r4 j Yet .to Be Encountered.THE ._




I. AfIY-NINTH I NEW HAMPSHIRE I n ... lifcipn C ( I RUSSIAN DEADLOCK



CONGRESS CLOSEDFIRST CRACK, BATTLESH r WATER STANDPIPEAnd QUESTION UPPERMOST



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SESSION TODAY Successfully Launched t j Cement the Inside in IN THE PUBUC MIND


T Camden, N. J., Today I I .J N ;years headquarter ago Miami for! a was few' Order fc Prevent Water


Many Notables Attend d Indians I wto: came in Being Contaminated ByContact

f ;V Many.Important Measures Received ", t 'from the"wilds of'the Parliament Simply the Center of
(' \ Imposing' Event. 1 i Everglades ,to .do their, With Iron Casing

'Enactment- and., Appropriationi."" f i I ceding Today Miami's Revolutionary Ablution and its

Aggregating $900,000,000 LWere .'. j, trade isWittx 15,000 progressive Dissolution is Urged By' Many
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j from
people
'Late.BlIla !1k
Signed '
"MadePreldent. Camden. N. J.i: June -. The abab the four corners of the The F. E. C Water Works Companyhad The Emperor andTamfly, to ladalge
% ;L tlesblp.New.JIampahlre wu sncTs ,Globe. I I. Come and,see,
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This Morning. .. a force of men engaged: this morn.sewers in Cruiser
launched this morning at ] 'he celebrate : : a
fully
why we ;
lug turning on the water remaining lathe ,. .
t yards of the New York Ship Building --- -

Co, In this city. ? | v 'j pipes and reservoir, preparatory .
J Governor/McLane. and his staff w re using the supply from the new wells

Washington D. C. June 20- .The presentat the .launching and. otitr exclusively. I SG Patatsbarg.4a.e $e-.Ta.1

V*, first session of -the Fifty-ninth Con distinguished, guests from, New daughter Hampshire In order tb it the water should not tlon DOW\ uppermost la the publl<
Miss Hazel )McLane: ,
\ crea.'pes Into history today as har of the Governor of New Hampshire, be waste!. attractions were given will mind. Is how long the present ceadlocl

\ tq;been a strenuous ,one from; ,start christened the ship., ''(IT J. ,I the men torn the water through thf the Qovernmeat.PrtaUer continue between. Parliament.. aai

to finish.: The New Hampshire Is 'a'sister'ship oft city and thoroughly Goremykin Is'no longer i

The Railroad Rate 'Bffl has caused to lie Kansas which was launched flush them. pressure of one hun factor In' the situation but',some o
last August and they are TWO of [the '
the'greatest Jebate of any one Issue. most powerful boats of their kind .1; dred pounds f I applied and astrong good his colleagues are .earnestly aJvUini
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'commencing with'the opening of the afloat tuber I the Emperor to dissolve Parliament
o Rem The Date I o They say that body has ceased toa b
ou and continued thronghtont I Dr. MacOo ". rlntendeut. stab. legislative is'
one and vow stmpt;
Tie pure food'and meat Inspection PADEREWSKI TO PLAY ed tills morning! that the cans of the the center of revolutionary gtstVn

eUcuDentawne, important''features,, HERE AGAIN : cloudy appearance of the water for They urge Immediate action: Cs ices
25th 26th and 27th 1906
ski c July sari and contend<< that the army aa i iwhole
and others ;were measures to have a Paris, June SO- Ignace Padere the past wee c was due from the sulphnr
eaa be relied upon. Others
uniform method of naturalizing alieniImmunity the famous Polish pUnUt. bas entttely! in the [water, used la the new clare that aa
attempt to forcibly dli
of. witnesses from prosecution recovered from tie paralysis whlcl affected .. I t tI system, coming In contact with lUbe solve Parliament would be fatal

a bW'for removing the internal I his left side and wW go to-jUie I stances In tile pipes but this will be In the meantime tbe'Empevorfannounced :
United States this fan for an extensive
I time.
revenue- on denatured alcohol determlaatlon I j concert tour. It is expected thai he The stand-pipe! at the pumping station family will that take he a cruise sad tM,on,,Imperil DIe roj 1

t.& of the type of the Panama will begnln October or November,an4 has been emptied and la being al yacht in Finnish waters some Um !

Canal, and an appropriation of thirty (will be under the management ofMr. i/ on 'mm N COURT J thoroughly scraped.,When this la completed next week, ;',escorted: by, two warship .
alai million dollars'this year for"it* I Charles A Ellis, of Boston. I II IfPaderewskl : a thui coating of cement will]
hurt In rail
'construction thecoesular'serrlcer I was a be applied o the Inside to prevent GOREMYKIN'tt-RRCTIREMVq:
also-to reorganize:
accident near Buffalo. N. Y. duru| the water from coming in contact in
*, his last American tour and for nearlysix anyway withBRI8TO he: Iron. DEFINITELY DECIDED. '0
The total appropriations for this session months suffered from paralysis of .CONVENES 'MONDAY MORNING
amount to nearly. nine hundred. his left side. On April 15, of ;Jhls St. Petersburg June tOAasoeiab |
dollars. Twenty-five mllliot CLUB press dispatches give the laformatk i
minion year be was sufficiently recovered to YACHT RACE
dollars along wu set aside out of this give Us first recital at Balboa Spain. I I' [ this afternoon; that 'oa'the antaorti
for buildings in ssssssaBimsl of the grand Jury' the retirement
amount new pubic He gave that recital: principally to
various parts "of the country. test his ability and finding tha{{ b, Bristol. R L. June :30: The ocean Coremykla from the Ministry had b* adeflaltely i

had regained his former proficiency With i Long' Criminal and Civil Docket For Disposition yacht race of the Bristol Yacht Club decided upon.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELTr several recitals in small cities la 'f W
gave
It for yachts nJer 31 feet water line,
| SIGNS LATE BILLS France. He is at present on hl I estate Cases on the Calendar of Each and the Jurors I MANY TURKISH MUTINEER
I la Switzerland. which la theca rv measured wi bout crews on board.will I WERE KILLED

Washington;June 30-:The President 'of refugees from Poland many of Summoned'to'Try and'Dispose' of Same. be sailed this afternoon. Everything
went! to the Capitol this morning to t whom are penniless and are being""sup I j I Is 'in readiness and a tar=e fleet of Hodelda Turkey Juno 30--Aoota v

-' sign bills that may be passed during ported by the great pianist. i I yachts froa New York. Boston and mutiny has broken out among t
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the*.last boors of Congress. Ii Turkish Army Reserves In the T.
BIBLE'CLASS HELP APLEASANT : I I I II other placet Is here to witness the Province. Sixteen battalions nave .

FLORIDA GETS PUBLIC;_ SOCIAL The county court in and for Dade Smith, J.. D. White.Annle Gall and start The measuring of the yachts manded that they be repatriated a C

BUILDING ,APPROPRIATION .ft county will convene Monday morning|I Gus Evans. I It cruising yachts and eatboa's: taking the commander ordered the forts op a
First Methodist Church People Assembled >Fornication Victor Walker Add fire upon the mutineers who n v
Judge t part In the face was done yesterdayand
Washington. The'confer July %. A. E. Heyser. presiding rendered after several hundred we t
June 30 Last Night I Andean and Ruby Norwood. ,... (lI this '
the presented
eel;011 the Omnibus Public Building Then!are a large number of criminal i Chatham Sanders and Joe noon racers killed.
amendments i.b calendar for trial Da themselves it the clubhouse: of theBristol -
BID:settled the disputed caat-s on the ,
The Bible c)"n! of the First H 1
HEAT IN NEW YORK
today after .holding an aUnl&ht- Cinch Sunday school Mr. W. F..: a good rtiOll of them being for tlvlating I trrer- Civil Docket Yacht! Club forTlaal Inspec-
sion In the final agreement among '1lrell the .i docket Is as follows CAUSES FOUR DEATH'S
ler. teacher held a pleasant and sanitary law carrying concealed
others, they made the following I vs. J W. Ives, as-, tlou.The
appropriations
attended social on the Blscaynevillon PI- Weapons con* will be from off the clubhouse June
selling llquot
and deatia
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New York. 30- Four
: Ocala Fla.- ISS.JKXUnd sn .. $199.I I, J i
Feraandlna. Fla, 100000. last, night The pavilllon all| u without a license. There are also several C. R. Graves vs. W C. Foot, fore- down Narragansett Bay to and have been reported, caused by the
decorated and seats provided a civil salts that win come up for ( closure around a stt :e boat anchored near the tense best In each case the vtctlia:
for the servlni of
number of tables
RAILROAD RATE BILL The affair action during} the term. The criminal Kobe Furchgott ft Ca. TS. Carl black buoy on Great Eastern Rock was an infant and all were reported
refreshments. was
ree. docket in full Is 'as follows: Scfarebnlck. attachment dimages$50t before noon.
EFFECTIVE IN SIXTY DAYS ; about one and a quarter miles east
*| though sail ver collection was.t|ken ,
Agzretated assault James Wil 4. E. Zlehme ft Co., v,. Strickland
at the close for"the class.A of Montank Point and back a distanceof
up
: D: CL June 30 Underpot.t llama Jc e Barry Will Kennedy and 1 damages. $400. HAD HIS WALLET _
Washington brief program was carried oil Las SS miles. The start will be madeat
Thomas J Blackshear. John 8. Clemmons Southern Ex-: OUT AND READV
I been announced vs.
resolution has follow.: Vocal BOlo Forgotten by 3 o'clock. Yachts In this race are
that the railroad rate bill wiUbecome Miss Marie Simpson; recitation. by Carry! ig concealed weapons Joe press Co. damages $250. rated under he old rule of square foot -
in from last Barry L rile Hoyt Richardson andJ. Marx Bros. vs. H. J. Bnrkharrdt at But Officer Saved Man F/om Ceeeanjt
effective sixty days night popular little Miss Lncile Peck; a vocal of sail are] plus water line length
when the President signed the. ,bilL : solo "Building Day by Day. by )I. Bf lings. hment.: $250. divided by two. In addition to theregular Grove
Non Thomas Bullard. Fred'R.w
>port-
Barney Hntchlnger'va.
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j aCo the regatta comrranged -
and a reading ranees
little Miss ,Mary Brown
NAVAL EXHIBITION AT t>y Mrs. Maude Tewketbury !who Trespass -Will WhIte John SlUt en g and the U. 8. Fidelity and. Oar. mitten has i for an arbitrary The New Tork Evening World of a
mons and Mannie Jones snry Co:. damages $500. recent: date contains the following r >-
TAMPA PROVIDED FOR has been a, profession elocutionist, handicap known as the Bristol-Mon
Hunting on 81mdayJobn'Simmons E. U Eaton vs. R. M., Smith, claim latlirg! an experience of Mr. A. Vigaqi
J S Mr. Miller, gave an Impromptu) ad tank Cup. presented by James A Garland ;
Washington, June The Senate frees of welcome and expression of Bribery- I N. Nicholson.Selling ford damages will txj given to the yacht winning of Cocoanut Grove la that city.A .
without license I Summoned'
; llqour a The Jurors -
bill providing for a for the attendance in class. persuasive young maa. glvla'gthe
today passed a appreciation good each
*} naval exhibition at i Tampa Fla, in etc. 1M; ,:Jacob Graner Richard Lewis anj Monroe I The following haTe,:,been summonea name of Ralph Maltlaad. war
-. cooaectloa with the celebration to beheld DorJey.LarcenV po ppeer ss Jury during the term: j jI rested on he American liner Nefw
there commemorating the beginning = Maurice Jones. i Jr A. Peat. R. Wl Gardner. J..BI "SELF ACCUSED" FOUR York at the American Un. pier
: Violating sanitary law- Will Eng Masters W. H. ChalHe, Harry I the
of work the Panama Canal., j jARRIVED' I flyers day Just as boat was about
on ; mm PRISONERS+ llsh, O 'I Anderson, Nancy Archer, J. IB. Wofford. C.E i. Merchant, Wh I sail for attempting to swindle one

SENATE TAKES RECESS Ella De1 ce, Z. Cavender, J. S. Ger S. [Dickinson James '''S. Hepbury.. X.Wj ACT COMEDY( DRAMA the passengers. The youth wutired i t.
: rock. -.1 Kyle.-WIll Gunter. Sharp, Umstead J. B. Crow and R. A: up to the minute the band i a
UNTIL FIVE. O'CLOCK. HERE TODAY J. P. organ Jack Watson John Ledbetter. i 1 his hat was sensational the extrer

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Washington ''Jane soThe Senate \ I ulate white chamois skin gloves.

took a recess this morning until five HARRf THAW PASSED D AN INAUGURATlONioF.'WATER "Detective1: Sergeant Leeson had .
o'clock this afternoon and the final adjournment To Be Presented at Auditorium lice recently that this elaborately sUr

has been, postponed, until Are From U. S. Army Post at'ry Tar tired young maa has been busy abc t
this;evening. ONCOMFORTABLE ,NIGHT METER"SYSTEM NextTalent. J.y Night By Local the piers of steamships about to

)5 West, and Enroute to j jLearenworth ort I 1s'1 Dramatic Organiza-' Leeson followed him today.

BUU.DING'FOR COMMERCE.' IA ., -iTaltland looked over the
Kansas to Serve '
-j I STATE AND JUSTICE INTHETOMBSNew POSTPONED tion Perfected gets on deck and with unerring 11-

J Time For Desertion. !I iI i stint picked out A. Vlgand. of Coco k-
Washington. June 30-Senator Scott iI I cut Grove Dade County Fla, ai 4
4 replied to the Senate this, morning t If f I looking the part. Mr. Vl aad war a
stating that a complete agreement had I little bewildered by the rapid Ore et -

beef reached In the conference be. .. .Tork. -June 30 -There have Dr. J. N. MacGonlgle, superintendent The come y drama. "Self Accused"I relation of young Mr. Maltlaad. a

tween the House and'Senate on the Sergeants Hill and ,Langford a.n4iMe-: been ncil developments in the Thaw of lithe F.. E. C. Water Works Corn- will be pre rated next Tuesday night a few minntes be put his hand la
Omnibus Public Building Bill chanlc Johnson of the United Suites III at the Andltnrltim by local talent Tbs his Inside vest pocket and when 1 1drew .
murder today. Both the defense
Be said that the Senate Committee ease pay stated today that owing TO the rut of characters Is a different one It out It contained a target
A. W' been compelled to yield ,to the Artillery post, at Key West a I|Ted and prosecution are working hard every delay in arrival of meters.the inauguration from those
provision for a three million y dollar here this afternoon on the steam ML' mlnete to develop further evidence of that system for paying for the less lilt&utlnr and well appointed. of rope. ,

buOdlng 'for:':.the :.Stated Jastlee';i and" ami with two prisoners recentely : Thaw '|passed a most ,uncomfortablenight water consumption which was annoonced The pay Is the first one billed I "Leeson sauntered closer.: He bee I

Commerce departs In Washington. tenced toserve time in the Fort aTe ,In]the Tombs on account of the :' to become effective July I, for many weeks. Ualtland explain that he needed f.o >
A dramatlt was recently hU luggage aboard and did
:association I get a
wortb. Kas, military perThe extreme]heat but appeared to adapt ha been deferred until later on, probably -
AN AMERICAN MARATHON RACE organized among a number of young I have the money bait he had a chic: c.
prisoners ;Smith and Eb oer, himself I to circumstances without a not before August 1. people of Mljaml( and It Is this organ I He woulj deposit the check for sect: rIty -

Chicago. June '30- In connection were charged with dese rtlon.. andjsentencej word of complaint.. A large number of meters have a Izatkm which will give the comedy on : and later on. 'when the exclteme

with the championship games which to Bve.and one.year respec Ively. -' reedy been Installed but owing to the Tuesday nlphL : 'II' overthe purser would cash e
are held here today under the auspices the former. having deserted se era! EMPEROR WILLIAM,DEPARTS deny all residences Those of the club assuming characters : : check and Mr. Maltlaad would aai 4
| In not having
'of the A.A. U:. a Marathon race times from diaerent: befo /I being I SUDDENLY FOR POTSDAM & In -Sell Accused" are J. HAyde- tin. Vlgand his ,:5. 10(,'
,win. be run this afternoon.._ Nearly posts aD bUIIDes. houses connected with lott.Gordy A>delott.Benton Dean. MotiTarboronib. -Mr, Vlgand. although from Cocc bmt -
two score runners are entered for the caught at Key West where hejhad Tnve nPnde. Germany. June :::0- thi service the company will continue Charles Dillon. Clef Watson. Grove was a slow! producer M Q
event among them some of the best re-enlisted into service.' jj The emperor| left suddenly this afternoon (of the present. to collect fees at there M. P. G'aifelter Alice AydelottTreajure" "I '..s so reluctant In unfastening r

jp- amateur long distance runners of the The men were taken from the [{ock: bytpecial train for Potsdam. II of $t per' month.CAPT. and Stel'i adte -jpe around roe wallet that Maltlai d

v i' Untted States and Canada The to the connlyjafl where they win beheld Is beltafed here that hU sudden departure Mr. Car!! Aydeott Is stage manager yew restJ ,.. Sailing time approa I.
'-" start will be made en Sheridan Road me>s th.,t the accouchement of DAN. C. COLEMAN DEAD; and presidept] end the other nfflcers I and still. Vlzand wanted.to.
near Evanston and the finish win be until this evening, leaving Then the PrttfceH Frederick. William Is near I FORMER CONSUL TO FRANCE are YIf't'-lrtcI11f'ut Howard Aydelott; '1>own more about the check before m
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at Marshal Field where several laps for Fort Leavenworth, to commence at j i "harks. Dl'lon. and seen ould untie his bank roll Lee a
'of the track:-wfll be run In ton view their servitude. I band u'Dtnm Ala June 30-Capt. Dan. i tarv. Ik'ntotf Detin. 'vlJeJ It was about time to make i n
of The audience witnessing the championship Smith who Is to serve five years Mrs W. E. Glenn returned home last Coleman. a former United Sates con There wl1 be special musical feat rrest. MalUand was taken toe Pp.
pmeLA fine cup will be night Hem West Palm Beach. Lake ml, to France, appointed under PresIdfnt ores ID ad< Irton to the four acts of Mqnartr! $ts and display to 1 .
escaped from the guards yesterday In where she Cleveland's administration, died the conf'dyhlch will be announcede's ,
the winner and trophies to the county jfvid other points, >cctcrs MeLaarhlla's sleuths. Ive e
given first Vx to finish. Fancy diamond Key W"t.'but was caught agar be- has srpt the past several'weeks with tnij:! this city last night Capt Coleman later. Tic 35 cents, and reservednts. his residence! as No. 22I i'Wcweaty t

medals win be.given to the first two. fore the ,boat left relative anf friends. was a Confederate veteran. seats SO c<< fourth street"
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The Miami Printing Company on the Farm ,I I .

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L L tAn. .Pres. 1.1010 SLAM> ,t u.TrU TChna'e'Ex Ex I 41 J I 4I .

Nineteen o SIgg dies y a?. j
Member of The Associated Press (Tomorrer in PW day]>).
Mister CholUe Bee Kindle (nol I te: I
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Catered iu'lke_Pw :Offic* al Yhet,'FlorUa-: Under '''cier 'SUD In der Troplcali, S
a* 4-C1a.* mttltrSUBSCRIPTION
Vee Pee Bee.Dot meensl eatlBomb' I i 1 r
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RATES My Deer CholHe: poi I 1

One Tear.....................$5.00 I telergraffed mlt you on de |
Six months........;...*'....... 2-50 tale carts lest efenfng dot: Almle = !eee-

Three Months, ..........:.....i. 1-25 mln TU now a bellnk statement afterwards.]dot 1
now rush to made der MOOAYU'EIflEAL'AND TUESDAY
One-Month................;.... is he Us pesIJes a hellnk. a lopste! :| Al at
One "Week............-........... .10 mle TS. Inltlatloned pefore a |odca
Weekly per rear .. .. .. .. ... ?.00> and appreciations audiences. JVjhen
seen dill morning by a man frofe del .J ,
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Dally latter Zeitnng News paprf! Al
OFFICE IN METROPOLIS BLDG. mle vas too foil mitt utterance jund '
dldnt could riff a speech. Veil,'Llena
Opposite Court House hat gone to bet. so 1 made a faeek--
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432434. ,12th Street Phone .n Ings out off der room end vent ,tip to I
.,der Loch to seen Almle Sot I
lags hlltco11o.
FRIDAY, JUNE211901T
I'TSS not a necessity dot 'I' I
Ttteh I founded out _
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people bat maaeo" arrangement '" dot
rss a sufflclency. It madders jftbt. Iras '

I Date-In"History I I a necessity dere and Almle.remained be until corneaup It JT l11"t E. B. DOUGLAS, PROP. '

der street In a hack and gett a1;, out
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mlt a great bunch of care Ines.Linde .
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June 30 In THetory.tntd ram suspicions maybe lay ;

ward-o.--a oat.tiar'J_p., 'eM VII bow.Introdnctloned he earned up In all der eronnd lodch I a!end tot a number; of bigger, brighter and erthe
foead.r 4Ie4 Ia of 1-: oa.., 1410.. der nlshleashnns yam flnliheJed I Der rth This sale has been a big success good we are sacrificing are all new and '

tiM: bars KaIcaa IL110TM eo.erss .- tooted Assistants Aimle Chief by der.Low : seasonable and our customers appreciate the value they are getting.

......... Belle "Precedence In KUCIdmet
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Jane 4Icta&or M ter Almle." Almle did emember.. .MONDAY rand TUESDAY will be Two Big Days at this Store, so come prepared.
l( There der lshed \ f
JmJr li UR. Then dey gutted abed< -
,Itlf Btsr Admtrml O omFmtelek 1r him to precedence: he : to GLOVES AND BELTS AT REATLY REDUCED PRICES GREAT BARGAINS IN WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT
,..,... U. ;O5MthO'Pe.' "1>1. Is der Chief HId Heinle. I
r,S. 1tC,. ntIn4. M at P rtoatt Almle." Almle didn't contradiction I;him >ne line Ladles' Silk Kid and :Leather Belts some worth np to 65 20 yards leantlfuL Shirting Prints for...........................|U
lls-TlM x. H.;bona SIML'amaaee: .t Oemaar.'As.-' Dhen der Chief of High Helluk isalted, cents, all In one lot this ule4......... ...... ..... ..........24c 15 yards lest Staple,Gll&ham tor.// ..................$UX> ,
-trfck u4 triple-ltaIT''wee f.asw.d'' for lISA to Almle.'"Vhat Is youer, name) end )ne line ladles' fine belts some worth up to $1; this sale price..48e 8 yards Loosdal* Cambric for .... ... ... .. ....................91X0
...,.......am._ There you, getted youer ledflers?" Ladles' Silk Gloves; all colors. teraUon price..................4S 12 yards Fltchrllle Sheeting for............ ....... .......1 ....9100
,IlL A..IlK... u4 hall O.r.u7 a.b.' .;-117 waa Tasd ass.CI.1M'.. Mine names. Mister High Relink Es- L :0 yards l 4nbleached Sheeting for ................ ..............9LDO
Iss Amle Eeeeeeemln I
--- tube' Jund 10 yards Berkley Cambric for. .......... ....,,1..1,111.......9100
USI nisusiste' tettta at Tlnttste: tenth must apollchlze dot I am from I Veil I 250 ARTICLE TO GO AT 18e
's tai..s Gr'OeN4' b Maw ltikteg. Dumb Peach.'said_ Almle. "Dots : Best qualify Zephyr Ginghams.-the U 1.Jc kind; price............10*
4 0. IE.fa BeiI ,EwbI& oMlar,. eanff." said der High Relink. "T, b ""feet Ammonia for toilet and bath .........?. .. i.............lie 38 Inch SJjlrtlng Madras In neat stripes; 12 Me quality, alt. price.lOe
aatMn'eM. .0.1 bare 51t4e IaL- t died 11&W. Lanes him to"der rear* of der front end of .Zoodont Tuoih Powder ....... .. ............ ........ ......18c1Se All our 1d lie Chambrayc to go at this sale..t*

...' : der paschnre and glff Urn slggf kicks ,jLlquid" SosodontJsterine .. .. .. .. ... .. ..' .. .. .... .... .. AH our Chambray to go at this sale........................1213.
--it hi der nnckles off his left foots"Dhey :
0 .. .. .. .... .. .... .. lie
A TRAGEDY den Draughted poor Almle. ) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,f.. ..
U .HIGH LIFE1, Tltch Tit BOW eggdted. to derj Eggs ._enneirs:Talcum Powder .. ... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. 18c .
I merflshyoh Helluk end maded per' necessity canons! Violet Talcum 1. .. .... .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. lie HOSIERY SPECIAL
'T1d.moralist looking for a theme Interdnctlon "Tungi fellej, ,I' Children school hose In extra good quality;,the JSc ones at. pa1r..h
need not go any further than the trsxeJy are you a married udder a singleness. I. Misses, Ribbed Hose In best quality and 25e values; this .1..1--
''enacted'la 'Nee; Tork"the other he Tit askded. "Almost1" ,, alld Al ANOTHER SOAP DAY Ladles Cdod quality) cotton hose; light weight and regular ZS cent

evening A young man left with so mle."der Dot feller Tan asked nix a him sufflctene'agaI*| anser""Ar I I ISOO Boxes Toilet Soap; I cakes tot box; the regular lOc kind; sale.eyarJ nJ-ef' this sale....... .... ...... ...'.... .. ?';.... ---v..1 e
large wealth marries a chorus" gtrLaad you' IDteDtlODI ." Almle TSS fpeech Ladies best Lisle Hose la both plain and laee; the 75c ones at..4le
then. _kills.the.man wbo. had admlreJ leas. Der feller dhea totted $ matt. I
her before'her marriage to him. Mr. ness end told der.ushers to toplt.blm GREAT VALUES IN RIBBONS
"back to der bath tupnnd:: dean his I REDUCED PRICES ON INFANTS WEAR
tnute the architect who was the rlc- dheyt I II f special lines to attract attentlo Ribbons In Satin Taffeta. Lonels-
Vhen salted
teeth for
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ttm ,of'the" bullet'of this:product of I I sometimes supper.abonld supper Alml chee- lees and Peau De .Reines. ao4e In Persian dodges; all worth double Infants I and short dresses la goof muslin and lingerie cloth;
'our"latter- cirtliiation, was one ot Jed up beaknse you know b las' .I what we ask; the special price for this sale will be per nlcel] with beautiful lace and Insertion* and hemstitched

the most talented men of his'profession bunch of bones and eye rt aI. i .... .... .... .... .. .... ........10c. 15o 1>o and 24e 1ueks line 75c; special... .... .... .... .... .... ..., .....510I
and'some of 'the most spleddla I I I. Dhen dhey brought him bac to der line of lone and short slipsworth; 35c at...............ttc
buildings la the'country 'are pro lads' Chief High Hellnk and be //AItea.; I Line of ; long and short skirts nicely made and trimmed:

of 'his brain:.- < :'")(later. dlt you efer roaded a Eoats LACE AND EMBROIDERY.SPECIALS worth cents: atOne ...... .. .... .... .... .... .... ..........110
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Thaw restless because No, salted" AlmIe."bnt'TunctI 1l 1-2 Infants) non caps; worth 50 cents at...?..... ..,,.. ...... ....2t.
Young was a boats. Eferyboty Shen'salted "Ha Torchon lace and Insertion, 1 to laches wide: correct Imitation
he bad too.much. money. H'l faUet ht. ha!" a couple off times dot TSS of linen tore OD. Big I Mae patterns to select from lOe to15c 1 line infants. crochet sacks In white with pink and blue trimmings;
chokes know. Dben d&- ChleiHeflnk pure worth. SOc and 75cthls sale at......................,.29c and 4eTJ
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was a j business maa of ablUt). mesa you values, for these three days a yard.......................5e
salted That lit It yotjer bits-
died a millionaire.' He tolled'earl11 nay Mister, ?" "I make plttnres.: A fine line of cambric and muslin, embroidery and insertion I to 4
and late to pile up:'wealth',for his added Almle. "Und vend ln !Da Tube Inches In width and regular poc to JOe Talues. special .. .....So MILLINERY SPECIAL

children but to what eDdY >That one I play ring eronnd der roslea' Iff It Torchon lace beautiful cotton U
at. least might become a. spendthrift I shouldn't be too late Tatchmanf* ,he en|tlnued.l Embroidery and Insertion.. This Is a great line.sad,will save you close them out this big eale.......... ........ ......_......:2te
and a dissipated wreck.. If be had l I 1'1\ am also Clap a'nights In Vest BlUDb1 Peach'la derCptoperyou : money; price ranging np to 20ca yard this great sale at a yd. lOe One line ladles and chlldrens sailors; good straw and worth .p to.

left thIa'lIo, l1ooOOO'.D4.clyell the he Tent on. "Vhat else? del Elegant line pure Swiss embroil ery and insertion.( Iln.thls line you I LOO at this big sale.... ... ...... ......... ...1./N
hulk of his'.wealth to fond V tochni- HlgV Helluk. "Veil.".said... Almle; after will Had some of onr.caicest. patterns In both plain and open One line! sallorsla flae straw worth np to un each: to close..,.5$e '
sal school for. example, or to aid domertig linking a minutes. '&Dil! also a eyelet effects; not one piece told for less than Z5c np to Me; very One line ladles A>tomobII. Cape la linen, Jack and Dopier cloth;

young people to get aa.education : it.table-finisher.Minter" said" der"You High don't He look k."Jou like special for this sale a yard........... .......................110 worti np to I1JO; this special .sale............;..............8.e
V he would bare made his son nappy JUST RECEIVED number
look like you dlden seen a table In' a a of NEW SUMMER STYLES In trimmed
and hare done .the' world.a good Teek.'' Dhen' der Chief High] Helluk I HATS; ALL TO GO AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES'
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tuna:: yet the same thing'continuesdally. salted'to him" Did yon efee skin a LADIES' SHJRT WAISTS. ,
.. Men of. genius' 'and ability cater "No. alr.4'' Al e." *bntTtjnct ,
work themselTes I : 4 played ping plne-:: $ "Shoot One line ladies' waists la mad$m and lawn; all sixes; ..lIrboeone4 SENSATIONAL WASH .GOODS SPECIALS
l to an early grate. him!" tattled der High Hellnk; sal some sold np ss high as ..50; this big sale................4 oIngerle'
and neglect: their families and their him quick!"* "Shoot me In &&shoot 1 line shirt wrists in lawn and' cloth; some In dainty tucks; 50 pecei! Shirting majras; some la plala white; some I la neat stripe .e.
friends 'and their pUbUc duties' that Mister; said Almle. "der.: coat und I some nicely made with val ace and Insertion worth' np to fl.00; and Igures: not a piece sold for less than 35e a yd. At a yd..1Se
they'may "get more, money. When shirt pelongi to' Bonnie; )ddleI4.!' --eL' .... ..... Just recilred another big llae lawns organdie aad batiste Mg line
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mostly large This sale ..! .... ....... ?.... '
'Hey.are gone It I* ,turned over I I[Arms Iff dhey'shoot Tas:at; smart him In'feller der,.hf opat} knew' I. : pattj rns to "loet'froltL> 'n... foods .are MslttrelT foe to XSc Tal

to untrained aaedacated.nndlsclpllnea shirt It Tould aeke like der'dbflI and nes *ad are bargains that cant be duplicated elsewhere.. But for
youth; What else can be expected If Iff dhey shooted him Ia: dee bants. It SPECIAL VALUES SUIT DEPARTMENT thls-llg saU. they win go at a .lOcOne
they"go'to. perdition. j jo I'Tould be a ten to tiggs shot dot dhey .' 'I lln beantlfnl French Organdies snj'Tissue all la large figured
-- -- I j'I Tould mill his bones mil. :For these two days*we '1I1n pad! a special price on every artlde In designs and are beauties. Sold for tic a yd. This sale a r4.210

Commissioner Prout. has trained Us Enybow. he Tai shooed great this; department. Shirtwaist salts and skirts In both linen ana Owe lln< very sheer figured dimities la dainty little figures; aothla

'na a1q mates In such a manner that bunch tnencej off to feelings.err. that's'de Dhen Apple matter com 'woolens; Suits la linen,-duck, llnelne' and woolens; rail coats lathe pret ler for summer dresses, sold at ate a yard; this sal*.ISo

with 'a few' minutes ''notice they toe Mister shed somebody fl don'tno new French Gossomerj cloth; Klmonas In beautiful cotton U lack Shlrting percales; la nest stripes aid figures; regular ;l1c

th* mark as well as'an old Veteran. ," salted Almle;"1 am not very faU- crepe ,orserepentlne crepe all,, reduced far this big 'sale. Space Talus, alteration price a yard .12 Wo
o Ilea and I dont know redder,1ibaffa wont allow ns to explain very Item. but come and you will be 15 pieces beautiful figured lawn la attractive patterns always sold

back ache under stummlcjts acke. SATISFIED WITHTHE PRICE WE MAKE! YOU at tOe a yard. Alteratloa price a yard...,.,..............k
Mayor SewelTs
proclamation issued Veil you know. In. der, eIlllk.. :_ t One llni beautiful cotton voiles and
Panama la solid eofors
this week, asking citizens to rid their lodch Then enybody commences to cry black.
premises'of weed, and an unsanitary dhey qnrlt operations and jjsubsltht 10 ITEMS WORTH OUR CONSIDERATION whlje( naTy. grey cadet and allc* blue Jut the right thing: for 1
for a chile Almle vas glffen a little Utlt Jackt snlURegalar JSc to SOc values; alteration price..210 S '
.matter was aa' argent appeal that the boddle mlt a rubber on der-end 600 bed spreads. 81x90; there lar $1.50 value alteration pr'.ee..t1.11 1 line eottoa crePe mull la a range of beautiful patterns; some la

citizens and prevent'._akb time by. the forelock i und sented to bet. He Is.now ,a baby .60 dOleD ladles'Unlon Suits; si mmer weight no deem lace on bottom dainty stripes, sheer; will make up elegantly. Always sold at II

; -: any .suck'epidemic. as Helluk. ; .the reg. 75 cent Talnei la tals great alteration sal* .. .. Bfo 40 Cents; alteration price yard............................. "
New prl.au.4 other dUes hate had [, 'Glff' my luff to Macy. to d< 'eh 1er- 1 lot ladles' wrappers all sizes, n neat patterns and nicely made; tie I

Brery citizen should do as the mayorasks' nns end Mommer Carrots mitt re-i IL50 quality alteration pit e...... ...... ...... ...... .....MeSteren's I 6
spections for dots alLI lID1
and demonstrate that It Is yon;
not am always der same brown linen crash; worth loc a yard; this alteration sale AH
necessary to hare a law' to compel Htoey. price.... ... .. .... .... .. .... ..;.. .... .....7 cents our lace Waists, reduced lor ttls sale.
tli.'dtheuto, keep from courting an Pee Era I fergetted to ttenshnns' Turkish Balh Towels, worth.4. ; Urge size alteration price..1h I

epidemic.; dot dhey asked AJmle Then Tie' Tented Good quality cotton towels, ..........., ..+... ...... ......50
a la 'der LoJcb Iff he ram In enr ray Good quality cotton towels; 17 31.I ISc Talne. alteration sale.....lOe t

'That Miami folks are.not only up. I cullers"connected Tech mitt had dot neefr"School bee iff''paintedIn meal Mosquito ban; full size canopj : 90 Inch skirt. The $1.50 kID!. AIany bargains ttrong&oiit this store thattentloi

to-date 'but evince ao disposition to \'et Dumb Peach. He naded a price.... ... ..... ?.. .... ..... ...i .... .... ....11.19 have
'lead the procession Is shown by a strict denials dot he vas InImplteationed eny va, Another big lot ladles rll-rej eats to go at. each .... .. ........9e I I not been advertised
paragraph 'the Miami Metropolis, In dat scheme He salt- :
which'says ,tb t. a steam ,automobile ed dot It yam '. fine places r. terh .
mater factories but not m : for a

i baker.to the deliver.same rSome"ot I bread time Is and. his in keep use fellow It by warm citizens a local at brains factory. He vas- Ai dh J 11 n Bee.let In. These prices are. for Monday and Tuesday, .July 2 and 3


win.yet, W. "dellTering Ice and milk Miami Is beginning! to fee crowded I

tromthe..me.atomobl.le thus gnar-, and a proposition Is now 1 US' con-
,ante lng that .the mUk, shall remain Mdered by its city council
extenJthe
: i. ...eet.". This principle! maT be still! city Brails about two tj les fur This sTore: will be closed all day the 4th
Miami
further ampilfled.'but the bak- tbcr north. This win brln IIt l
l'.enriIl, hare the honor ot leadlug the Ue nearer to JacisjavlHe.: fnmtlo-

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8ERTHl. ROMANTIC'KRUPP'S'I MATCH-I ) [ lWfl| Topics .J JMr. 'f: Vacatioii. Time f



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Carf Larsen. one of puma's: Capt' of Thompson, declares the wind

OWNER OF GREAT GUN WORKS on prominent business.citizens la In the city Joday<< I II I one perleu of i ef the. strongest he had ever ex The: man who has not had his will soon be takingit.


P. 4 d. S. S. ScheduleThe
Summer Suits and
rosslsf warns te list jrsur B* P rty Schedule which will go Into e t, Summer Trousers are usu-

a I feet oil; July :3, according to a circular
GuittTM Von ,BuhlenHalbac -
:Won By Mr. John Bradley, southern agent letter from the P. 0 8. 8. Co., I IJ ally the most prominent
Bine-Blooded Prussian--: for the Southern Steamship Ca.i i as folfows: Steamship Miami will apparel items in .a man'smind
Philadelphia and Jacksonville,iarrlT- leave illaml Tuesdays and Saturday
Something About ,Thu 'Remarkable ed In the city this morning and\ will for KeT West at 11:40 p. m., arrive when 'lit comes TIME TO "
"PACK
leave for 'Key West tonight Os! fl' Ing tore at 1 p. m. Wednesday ud UP.
Woman. Snndata The Tuesday trip will con

Miami I tine Wednesdays to Havana at 8, leaving p. m.. and Key arriving Wes : Whether you GO :OR WHETHERYQlf STAYWell ,

Typewriting done at the Metropolis Havana at 6:30 p. m. The boat will
office at reasonable rates. leave Havana on the return trip Thursdays .
The romantic match which ]'(11-. att 12 noon arriving In Key Westat "

b. .Bertha KruPP,:'the; sole proprietress Marriage Licenses j 6:3' p. m. of that day and Key Wes
of the world renowned Iron and ateel The county Judge Issued el ;hteeu for Miami on Thursdays and Monday Dress You Well

Work. at Essen, Is about to'contract licenses during; the month of! Jane, at 9:30"j. m., arriving at 5 p.. m. Krl a .
fourteen of which were to color J.peo- days fend Tuesdays. ;The schedule
with a' young diplomat Is exciting nu pie_and four to white persona The shows'that only one trip will be mane 'f .. """
usual Interest In Germany where the youngest feamle was fifteen yers old I through to Havana It being that from I .
'career of the 'young heiress has been and the :youngest male twenty-two I Miami on Tuesdays. The other trip {
followed" with sympathetic attention.The years of age. The oldest woman was : goes i nly to Key ,West and. return.1' ., If you say s6. 'a suit of s ft 'Hom spun:' not a superfluous ounceT'
fifty.eight and the oldest | sixty-'
( lucky suitor; .Gustavus von nine years. n j jWoodmlll !I : anywhere. This season's special favorite. -
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l Buhlen-Halbae, secretary of the rua- i. you say blue orwe're

'idan' legation at the "Vatican comes for sale, good profits land .
THE CHURCHESCdttJK
of a' blue-blooded aristocratic fawn)' small ,Investment J. H. Tafnm II AMONG I gray Serge ready; single'or double breasted suits; ,everyseason's

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Its descent back to the twelfth ,
:tracing
favorite You knew"
our qualities
I our tailoring and
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century but otherwise would be re Enumerators are Busy I Baptist Church : o

Carded u an undesirable partner for The census enumerators are] .busy as Services fotlo"SundaT for Sunday.cbool'at July 1, win 10'a.m. be. tom, .our styles. You will find them hard to equal at our prices

.the heiress. ,_ ,, compiling their"work, which blCs' {fair
., &Breaching at 11 a.m.; subject:
Hundreds of suitors have been candidates to be completed within the piloted .
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Trui ,Rell tol1- LltUo Miss
Mary
for Franleln Krnpps band. time of two weeks. .Mr. Seymour, I C "
'They Included dukes. Innumerable noblemen the chief enumerator 1p1J01nedfiT' j 1 Brown kneeling will render of the a vocal B. Y.solo P. 'UU Business at : $6.56. .
,'etc, butJYaolfcln the State, la busy going and mina
millionaires, geniuses '
6:45 : service Wednesday $5.00. $10 I
Krupp refused them all and from different points, holding confet, : J> m. Prayer and $12
evening at 7:30. All are Invited
Insisted 'choosing, a husband according ences with his deputies and seeing ; .
to J. B. Rodgers In '
to the dictates of her heart. that they rush the work aa lulckly attend. charge ,
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of senIces.I ,
Her mother, relatives, and guardians and as thoroughly as possible. 'I ,. >

were at first opposed to the match j' I I .
but Frauleln Krupp remained fira ,and Lost Friday night. pointer dog: I Presbyterian Church "
Anally ,had her own way. answers to name of Bob.. Reward If ,
Communion at 11 o'clock with re-
Queenlllns returned to Miami SporOnf g Goods
Rules tike a
ceptldn of new members. Anthem
Krupp Is sole proprietress of Store. "Good Shepherd." Last service for the I
Krnpp' Works' and Indeed, of
the
sunnier. Sunday school and pastor'sBible I
the town of Essen, with Its 250,000 The Ravenhall ResidenceThe ,
A ) class at 10 o'clock. W. W.
lahabltanta.. foundation for a mode_ :Eeoo-t
The Krnpp ,Works'employ' upward crete block residence to be occupied t Farris pastor. LRFodesI
Of 40,00 menand contains about 3,500 by the Messrs. Ravenhall and families J t R.
steam engines, 1.500, furnaces. 600 during the winter"season has been ,. -J I Episcopal l Church ;
steam cranes, 200 steam hammers laid la Fort Dallas Park to the+|venue I Sunday; third after Trinity. Sunday W1
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and several dozen Bessemer,.convertersjlpart C entrance. The house will jpntaln school at 10 a. m. Morning pray
from the bewildering maze a number of rooms and be completed! er. with the celebration of 'the Holy;
of Iron and ateel works at EssenJUss in time for occupancy this falls I The' Communion at 11 a.. m. Evening I ,
Bertha Krnpp owns .547 Iron mines] Messrs. Ravenhall are residents' of 1;prayer at 7:30 p. nu N. B. Fuller, reo
situated'In different: countries. three Coney Island ,but have been dooming tor.
coal mine and numerous Qnarries. to,Miami for several seasons|past i Outfitter
The factories and the .whole town of ; I First M. E. Church ,

Essen are lighted by gaa and electricity Weathered the Storm, | 8u day school st 9:45 a.,m. Morning 11, .- J.:>:'".
works .belonging- 'to the- Krapp The lauch yacht Barracout. CaptChrlea worship alit o'clock. The pastor will **jrf \
firm. Thompson, which Is [iow' In preach a sermon to children. Crown 322 Twelfth Street
their The boundaries Krnpp :Works)more contain'than CO within mile the serrice:of the plTm..terldepart-1 up children also Invited. Class meeting I : :. : : : Miami,: Florida_
ment of the P K C Railway extension '*t close of the morning service. ; ;
tOO miles of telegraph I
oT railways, .
I returned to, port yesterday f after tt.!Epwirth League at 6:30 p. m. Evenlngkorship -
of
wires and 200 miles telephone
I trip of two weeks along the line of op] at 7:30 o'clock. Ser -
wires. Miss Bertha Krupp.la o- -
pratlon Capt. Thompson states that mon gby the pastor, appropriate to the
lute 40,000 owner workers of her toning kingdom for .her';"for comprise the' be was In the storm two weeks: u."Fourth of July season Prayer meetIng Southern Marble &! Stone Co.

with their families, a,total of and that the wind blew so strtnr that] Wednesday' at7:30.p., m. All attending ; LOW
more than 200,000 people dependent the blades of one anchor were Jtralghi t our services will find a cordial '* B. HOOAN STREET. ;iACKONVItLZ
on her,nod. If the other concerns be ened out barely holding,th t craft.1 wet>me. Herman G. Porter, pastor. H Headquarters I
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added, we have a total of 100,000. persona '' r -
In her kingdom., f pie; natural life In the olj home at | The whistling tube of T. Terada a Building Stone, Marble, etc.
In the Spotless :Town EueI1She Is a fearless frlder- a'Japanese physicist Is of glass with I RATE
Besides her factories, mines, railways keen tennis player and aa fcnthuslastlc -I'an Uternal diameter of one-fifth of an MOSAIC AND TILE WORKFOR
telegraphs and telephones Miss participant In 'every loutloor..Inch!and one end Is drawn out to a
Bertha Krupp also owns her own bakeries pastime. She rows, skates add, plays jcapailary point, while the .other Is FLOORS. BATH ROOMS. IAN 111.5. ETC.Momsseats VIA
,. uhter.houael-and"general golf ,or hockey 'with equal ,facility. [connected to a weighted air-bag. When
stores which supply her employes She has mixed very little In fashionable -.[the pozxle Is wet with water,'olive Geawal ,Ceinetcni Worfc, etc

with the necessities of life at remarb society, and so far fronf: Indulge I loll $r other liqnol and then blown La>*wt Wort DMSC IM facilitiM 'Iioa FracUx. ....'"t Ssrvics. SouthernRailway
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ably cheap rates. With few exceptions lug la laxnry la dress, her costumes [throsgh. a musical note 'of definite :
her workmen inhabit model cottages are 'always conspicuous for (heir extreme pits Is produced, varying with the .
belonging to her and let to them simplicity I:, I I slxefof the nozzle and the quantityand s
, at very cheap rents. -Her subjects Sbe' Is' fair, and rather prettyj",than nature of the HqnoJ. _' The bubble I
4- are under, her scepter as under no otherwise: somewhat below fmedlnm '''of lljuld opens and the note la due to M. J. Yairbo ough
other ruler throughout the ;empire. height and reveals ,a tendenc toward the .Vibration of Its edges. With a.
': She has her own army, regularly rotundity. oj* I' magnetic liquid, like iron chloride;the .
drilled, with stern rules ot discipline. neighborhood of a magnetic field raises Contractor and Builder
It Is called a firs brigade,. or corps or lowers the pitch.
ot watchmen because It would be nnpcrmlseable It la Dangerous- ,to Neglect- al Cold-,- I I au... New Have Coca. aad ..

,by law for Miss ,Krnppto -- I j I Not lI Rich II Rockefeller BUiderof the'Palm Beal Hotel tan Tickets oa *al* Jane U. "

enlist troopsbnt they are aa much Bow often do ws hear It remarked: a I limited I..... Exunstoa .
abody of picked' troops asjanydn It's only a coldVand a few days later I U;you had an the wealth 0: Rockefeller House Moving' a Specialty 30. ItOC. Stopovers. Wai
Germany. Her army.under,these two lean hat the maa la oa has back with ,.the Standard OH magnate, yon "
ton
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_-+r appellations numbers more than toO pneumonia. This II of sncajcommon could not bay a'better\ medicine for FloridaDTTATu Baltimore Phfladelphl men all of whom are well armed. occurrence that a cold, however slight I bowels complaints than Cbamberialn'lConk Miami, New.York
They guard not only the factories at should not be disregarded. CJaamber.lain' Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemdy'Then i t IM.tO
Boston. Kua.
and rscon.
night but also Miss Krnpp's own .pri
Cough Remedy counteracts
say most eminent physician''eau not .
Tate residence at Essen. tendency of a cold to result[la pneumonia prescribe a better preparation for solid'anddlurhoea Tickets oa sale May_U to wee
A Special Body Guard 1 : and has galled Its great popularity both for,children. 0.. limped June U. Extsmom i
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JOss Krupp also maintains like any and extensive sale b'lta prompt adults. .The uniform snoeess of th14 July II, 1KC Stop oven V aaVlagton. I
monarch, a special body guard of'de I cares of.this most common ailment. It remedy has showa.lt to'be superior i. Baltimore PanadelUs,
tectives to watch""ruthless over her anarchists personal always cures and la pleasant)to take to all other It never fans and when &i New York
safety for many For sale by Blscayne Drug CqL and aHdragglsts. reduced with water and sweetened U
threatened to assassinate taw
owner have of one oC.the greatest capitalist .. j I' f pleasant to take Every' family ahoali ,u." Asheville. N. C. and rsl irm.
'concerns to thejworld, and m&IIT'mal- be supplied with It': Sold by Blscaya Ticket oa sale Jan 7,1. 1 ,14.Is .

content employee of the Krupp Works ,The rule was worked out'bl Paul Drug Co.' and an druggists. t 1*. limited Jon IT. 110 .
who bn.' bee discharged by their Broco that {a;"grown .man' weight I :
superiors for one offense or another I should correspond with the number of ( 1 THE WRITERS IJ 120.40 Louisville. Ky. and nItek.ts irsC

have menaced Tier*wlOr' personal violence. centimeters In his.stature,'ij Testing RASTATE on sale Jane 10 1] O,.
-- '-' this formula by':data from-t$563 soldiers I )U. O. W.1Ia. the English writer"say 1 limited June 23. Extension sty

Bbe owns the churches, the bospi accepted for the servlcf,' a' German ths| America will produce a 8hpet. 21. W0 U

'tats, the hotels, the art and science ;, physlologlat/has showaylhatelt i r s .f 1- ,
Institutes and,the museums at Eeseii. holds good for little men- those rsns Kiss' Martha Henley, tbe-author. Ino : S23.S5 Hot Springs. Va. and ret m.

where she U commonly known ss Ing In height from 154 to 15ft.centimeters [. less clever u a cook than she Is aa Special; bargalgon 11th sLot .only $1400 : Tickets on sale Jus. I. If O,
Queen Krnpp," Her'estate and .powI -but that;in meni of.th?; averageheight'of :writer(.st rf":.' i iI I limited June 1$. ItOC. r--

er aa well as\hey Income, go on Increasing I Inches) the lr body centimeters weight la(5 under.feet 8 this 1-2 I hire Van Bensselaer Cmger, membe on Twentieth Street l only $ 500 118.63. Kcoxvllla linn, and re aIL
from ::to tftfce i ,
yea year of f.aoe..otth./most blooded of .Nr.
standardanathat; the divergence-; Ticket oa sal June IX 11 U.
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fund ef the Essen werksaccording Two lots In "Bay.vl w'.f r only $
4 reserve I j creases with greater height Wrhtl! : i York families, the devotee of society oftw 2X 24. 30. July 7. 14. II Itrit.t
to a balance sheet recently In the army Is largely ttnfl aced bjcoming1 I continents and possessor of ample "Riverside" l lots from $ 'SO to $1250 fifteen days. ...'XxisaalonS9.1M4.
'amounts to $100- .
nearly
published reTIoIIS locdupation: 1 Mei means.to lire la:luxury.-has u JsllaGofdou I Jfa:i' i
000,000, and Miss, Krnpp' net Income !from sedentary work- clerk ; tailors]f: carved out a place as a sn<(- .T I ;
from the Essen business last year white I ICjeorpe I14.C5 Asheville 2.11C.: and ret
saddlers, etc, gain rapidly eessfnl writer
: over Miami
exceeded three,million dollarThl.. I i I If you want a home in River ide is the place to get it. TIcket oa sale June J4. r U.
led confectioners, bakers, butchersFor Irving the last survivingnephew
amount, added to other supplementary I and brewers, bless. quickly. of Washington Irving, mane .Just stop minute[ and think for IOU nelt. All these lots have' ; limited July 10, 1XX.tlC.35 J
revenues,'brings up her totaJU Income city water, isewerajre, electric lights md will have a street car'
approximately to", Ore million .Mlas I i.., '", f I ooily bale and active at elrb -two. Is in 30 days and you are in less than 5 M>>Iock.: ot the post office and Monteagle. Tens. an4.i iTkketa :
Krnpp's great-grandfather was an humble -. Torture.. I Sang| at the Fifth Avenue hotel New if but a lot from n. the bridge i i free forever. We have oa sol. June 29.30.( arty ,
York He Is engaged In writing a hit you S. 5, limited August II. IKXJ b
village blacksmith.'and her grandfather : I sold more than 100 lots over]there and pave not, nor wanaot sell
tonr of the Irving family ot which be tension. October II. 1KX.
started life in the same : Th well-to-do,
c.pac-j more than twenty years 111. the sole to any one, to build shanties on. buyers are 1
Is >ractlcally remaining
ity.. J. B. ,llassey. of S322 Clinton street and will build only good houses.. Five stone cues are just being i3UO Milwaukee Wla and retjara. ,
Longing for freedom 1 Minneapolis, Minn, war tortured by completed and two more foundations 1 laaJ. \Ve than Tickets on sale Aug. 10, 1 U i
," :Knowing human i 1- nature It la hard' sciatica. The pain and suffering ] mel 20 houses to be built there this It i" alpine land and limited Aug. U 1904.<

surprising' to find that the employ which he endured during hla, time Postmaster Robbed no bamock are near to harbor tlumIni':.. We man to build a i

es 'of Miss Krnpp do not _appreciate la beyond comprehension. Nothinggave W. Fonts postmaster at sea w .u on that ide of thel+ : s| boulevard, souse exfHrct, & Ticket Of ice
her good ,qualities and charitable him any permanent r lief until tod. la, nearly lost his life and was to be Ireer from inlets than any spdt in Dade County. Lots Passenger
ways. The lack of personal freeJou; he used Chamberlain's Pain ialm. One robbed of an comfort, according to the same distane from thej post office ring from $1500 to $.50(1\). ]
Jars on .them They admit that the application of that linlmeni >relieved his] letter which says of jaundice that Come on. buy now. where y >u can have. your boat in fresh water 108 W. Bay Street
conducted on himanitarion i the pain and made sleep | finger nails breeze from the river. If
Krupp Workl'.re I an rest possible evEn my turned yellow.; and free from storms and yrt a perfect 1
lines, bat they declare thai and ,less than one bottle baa ellen my doctor prescribed Elect: ,e want" to build a good "l oue at once, we will loan you the
It is all 'too grandmotherly. to' suit I affected a permanent cure, ft'troubled 31 ters; which cured me and hit. ,you money at 8 per cent which will co.t yo i leis than on -haaf what ; J. C LUSK 1
their tastes with sciatica or rheumatism 'why not kept me wen for eleven years. Suje are paying rent. We pean to m ke this the resident portion
Great'care has been taken to pre- try a 25-cent bottle of PalnfJBalm and cure for bllionsness. neuralgia, weakness you of tUenitv and you wit' certainly cgn t it if you do not buy ;
.Tent Miss Krupp from becoming spoil I see for yourself how quick It relieves snd an stomach liver Kidney before we advance prices District Passenger Age :.t
ed by the possession vas.t. wealth. the pain. For sale by< Blscayne. anjjl bladder derangements.' A I I11 J Jacksonville! Florida'I
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.of, "big Syndicate sale. Delays are dangerous' so don'tput .4
;::.f, '., \' '. ,off'buyig.tJust:: follow the crowd and you will come in
for .your P art, of tihe good things which we haye in store for
'you; .. :Just: .received a big consignment of the factory goods,'
_, ,... ,to fill in all broken sizes' and staples consisting of T
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\ aridvuAbleached muslin Indian head
;' :Bleached soft finishcambric
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-: !. ,' India: linens, percales, calicoes, silk finished cham-: ,I i i' -
: :.bray, cheese: clot, zephyr ghghams, diaper? cloth, 10 yards H
.. .j'' ;. dress p'a : rnsJ'p.wP; cases, sheets,bIg line of.ldles' vests,all
;,;::'- 5 ; prices., Ladies muslin, ,drawers, chemise: ,: silk gloves, bed
". .spreads, ;hose!' supporters, elegant line of open fork and
l : ;ed .hose: : ? ladle and, misses;f apron{ginghams, 4c, 5c, 6c c10sA
legit quality calico, 5c per. yd. Towels, towlin Men's .'
!; .'}:. I work.s 39c, Scriven's drawers,; 59c, $1.2S, $1.50. Dress

;' ;. >:, shirts, 98c.. Big:line mecham9, overalls and jumpers, 65c each N

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N All;,previous quoted. :prices! will! ; h)ld good for this! special 2 days sale

: :and a greater'part; of these"'cut;prices will prevail through the entire coming
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week. So don't think the,big banner bargain days are all over at the Empire. The
,. feast which we I.l have l[spread before the I )]multitude bargain hunters are onlyan
., : introduction wMt is hi.' lofe for all patrons of the Empire. We wish to 4 '
thank:the.publi :for their.liberal patronage throughout our entire sale. A cordial -
invitation ii .extended to the buying'public to visit our tore hi the future V .
whether you buy or not Our prices arI ealways right and we deliver the goods
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Everytfiiidg/, Th0 "House thtf prtcc ?

the Price_that, t, ,make :. I I

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: Cupid Went fl' H. '" a KING Phofte, 08 Gutrhen'i Vienna bread. c

Stole
Undertaker! and E ba'merRESIDENCf a Watch
Id Judge Hill's court yesterday appealed 4
one MetJcns Brown, colored q. I
{ FishingA 'I SCO AVENUE|DJ charted with stealing a watch from ,
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9197th_ 81f"Jb. the| work bench of H T. Whaler's j 'I .
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Jewelry Store. The watch belonged 1 ,'1 ',,,, .
i I r to B- TV. Brown and was there for ..., '7i.}, (j, : ;.
repllrs.. when the defendant attache .tti v sI ;.1, -
himself to It and claimed ownership I ?>>. ?'
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altilew1jjoies He )was given six months in the chain I ....1r
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'lIersol -j (ant.Breeain,. Three Peaches ,, ,; .

I wants to net propertyA G'id Pcacb.asS J fl #:'
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I' Mr. W. H. McDonald, will return mile Ribbon Lemon and Vaaffla.Abeolutellr Peach Mellon

I home today from a trip down the coast I pure.. Goes twice u far New Orange DId W* mr citak k? Much Praise is t

I as other fttnds. The Ocklawaha Nnraerlea. at Tar Goes riffcl !. that taastrpatao4maksrf

ROSIER will coO.ct yew rems ferine. Fla. are making a specialtyof asceol'. Bestowed
\ Mr. R. A. Coachman. local agent needless oranges which have bees M aa toed cvcombcr. TMcaat ,
for the Standard on Company left beat the market get Moufh,a4 yes apes the Norma
)[n. Boole of Richmond. I pronounced the on Martlaes Cpr ay
FlOhe last III&hl for Jacksonville, where he J The'Bureau: caat driak too nmca.OMOK flow who
.. guest of Mrs. Smiley M., of Plant Industry at Washington smoke It regularly. Aa4 tt
for on'busineseand I
will be a fe..lara baa examined these A CASI raoM deserves aU
of It.
No
( March Villa on 13th street. orange better cigar.M
\ ._',i! vlalttog relatives. II and paced upon them very farorsbljr. I ever sold for cent&. The ejmaHty>>
J In the report It la stated this variety Its anlfonn and exceUeaL Many at
Y Mules and horse for hire af the i WaataJ
... peen eoooa at this .
-- -" rags .la well worth namingan! flit Jig double the :jproce not
are
I aearly Mfood.
ring was the bait,.and he caught ami Transfer Stables.Mr. offlee.: I .
tributlon. that examination
and proved
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a heart.. .He never would have caught Joel A. Dean la a rUltor'In he i t the fruit to be of,, very excellentquality AcmcBottlingWorbsSixth But that Is only one good thing In
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Mr. McGnlre. for a long time this stock ofCIGARS
and one of the best
orangeson
It ,"if e'rtDc'bdD't'bHa' a toV est
though t and will return
city today ,
coRDecte4 with the F, E. C. WaterWorks
I (he market. The management of jtfeet AND TOBACCO
Palm Beach tonight. Street, ef fee lee Factory
ty. We sold that.ring ant oavc SB H M C6, here and at''Palm Beach the*,nurseries are now ready for order To neatloa an would require mot
left last Bight en route for New York and will take them in any quantIty space than' we TITTTSSI!. .,Maps
.as1 Ask U atGatcht'u'
plenty more, jut : good. Fresh bread cakes and plea ,
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Vienna Bakery. C He will Islt Philadelphia Plttsbnrg.and tap to fifty thousand. Their advertisement It win be safildeat to say that tadgar.
iee"t the 'Ttuoo"PLAIN" RINGMAYINARD&SON Baltimore, next I '
before'returning .
appears In the Metrop 1 dgtreUe sad pipe smokar earn

Mr. and U.... J. S. Frederick lid] fall 'oJ. olls-j\ ( I get here anything' ae ... *.

family.left this m:ruing tor,the Bojne- KILLS \to\
: Wan Tire or six :room nafnrnished I Tint lor safe- IbiS; rubber oil
'will !
spfend
.. stead country where they
', hi for Inquire P.
we year. top j hardwood Door; 6-foot Ilde..a1ll. .l
JEWELERS AND. OPTICIANS Sunday with friends.Picture L. Titus, Terminal Dock. I almost new; very reasonable.. Guaranteed 4. HAYES
water proof. Located at Front
4:.. Next to'Pest, Office ,"Iam .,Fla Racket Stan frames made to oraer. 'the :Mr. an Mrs.' J'Burke Hawkins arrived Avenue and First street Inquire' at AT AU. ORUOQISTS The ;Cigar ManOPPOSITE
last night and are now at hometreet. I Miami Sponge Mattress Co.

of Danla'i on 13th, i Mr. aDd Mrs. Haw. I HOTEL ilSCAYNI
31r.31. A. Marshall one kllI..er j married Milner. Ga. the Itj]la said that advice is the cheapest .
Mrs. E. G. McAIIi! ter.6ock( leading on business cltiens connected Is In the with city his, tods 1a gInterests ;e 12th of fhis month and spent then 'hung one can give. Some adviceIs
boneymodn in 'Tennessee and other the moat valuable {thing one caw '
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in his borne town. points. |The many friends of both receive' Good advice Is a benefit THE MIAMI HARNESS CO.
Real Estate .
ESTATE. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins welcome themto both to :the one'who gives and one
BROSSIER. means HEAL : wbO: receives. We will hope that our

Rentals Insurance: Jl1a4 effort to- advise yon on the most important CUCCESSORS!: TO PAYTOX HICKS ',
Mrs., Arthur B., Dane waa a paa Dollar tad a half book contalnlni matter regarding beautifyingthe
senger on this mornings train bound Pranclaco.earthquake |home will benefit both of us.
fall San
description :
omu 1lnlchett Bldg., for Lemon City where she will spf nJ ant are. Katie Soules. Cocoanut / Since we have been In business the Complete Line of t1orness.and Stable
the day with relatives.Skaggs I Orov Fla. Item of paint for the home baa been ,

Suite.No. 2., 320 1-Z 12th St one I of the important I things In our Supplies. Harness made to orderAll
cottage, oa .Avenue i C. Joi. 'The fotmalr announcement of ithi stock and bow:to apply It haa been
.. ---- rent November lit. finely furnish marriage.of Prof. Willis Washington! so deep a study that.we find that '
ed. for 25.00 a month. J. H. Tat m Hall. of Miami. and Miss Ruth Rick there are but few people who know RepairWork wili. be given

VINCENTj a Company. j"I ards.* daughter of :Mr/and UrL T. M. what lB> ''y want and are satisfied
G. M. with 'what they think they want. We Attention
Rlckards.of Balsam N. C.. were received I Prompt
Mrs. Charles Ingraham. and children here today the marriage taklni do not mean to say that we are the

Physiciaaand Surgeon with her daughter.' Mrs, MarshAre, ,i place at the bride's home onthe 27tlij ones who know it all. What we do
up today from Silver Palm on a alipp- ,j Inst. A!Report of the event appeared sayU,i| that we give to yon the best 1107 /CNUCD MIAMI I FLORID

Female Diseases a Specialty ping expedition. I j.'In ThuraJay' Me.ropolU: : and came u there la in the advice that hat bee
given to us by the moat practical I
lad a complete but pleasant surprise te
KtsidmccPhoMUi. I Ogee moue 137 C Lumber fertilizer, furniture ,1 the lrtends of both young people. Midi painters and the .honest manufacturersof t'

&csiden.:e214, '14th St. heavy freight; handled by the Miami Rlckardl' winter home Is Boca Ratone,,, paints. I
Transfer Co. in part of the conn- We oil that paints area diffe.ently I
any
Ogee: room 4. 6, *,_Hutchett Bldg. but she has taught In, the public compounded that the expression
t7. t schools I lit this city the last threterms <
';prof. Hall was, principal of "pare paint" does not mean anythingmore I j7iAD
Mr. A. MTerwilllger.. of St. Augustine than "pure cloth." It depends
school and for the
the high school
arrived la the city last;nightie entirely'on what it la made of. It Is !
of time but resigned after
THE RACKET( 'STORE Inspect and look after Us grove and same length pure of rho kind. Palat tint will
the close of the.lut term to go U
other property in this vicinity. stand In the north and west will fall
Alabama.f where he has accepted a
win be here several days. re to give satisfaction in this subtropical I
K THLPIAfEChina very lucrative. : and Important prlncipalshlp. (salt No paint will last If pat :

County Treasurer C. H. Raulersou 1< | on green or wet lumber or applied In "

In receipt of a warrant from )lr, A. I NOTICE rain weather.If I
!j you could be patient enough towaI
In the amount of
C. Croom. $1.183120
The committee on subscription are
Ware3c put on a primer and one cost and if don't find what
to cover the State's apportiosmentlcthe ; requested to make dally reports to months a you I II
and let it stand six or year
public schools in Dade csnntT the secretary of the finance commitBuilt {
and r then, In dry weather paint It I ..
the ensuing term for
: apiece tee. two (or three coats more TOO would !you want tell us of your requirements

: Umbrellas repaired and recovered Packing. House have a Job that would be a pleasure
to show friends and add a great
your
I' Mr. Adim Corell. the, well known
de all]to the value of your home. The and we can come
Saturday and Monday tor.-h llverymanf baa built a'IUle and come
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1 family lumber has a chance to cure and dry
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( .d, n deous house at his
packing orange
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and paint a
Every article worth from lo'to moving from their home on 8th street and airs frnlt grove la Orange what it la worth. pretty near supplying them
"3SVat.these 2: days 'we'will to one of Mr. Smith's cottages on Avenue Ridge. Mr. Corell states that the What to use or not to use. that lathe ,
sell one piece with each 25c: A.recently vacated by Mr. W,and B. fruit on hit trees are In a healthy and (question. Whether the dealer
purchase for 3 cents. See it on McDonald. Mr. Smith has rented thriving (condition and thinks lbs who Vila you the best at a higher
the 8th street residence.! He j
not sold .
wilt be than
yield larger: u'1ln'the doIng
in window and price than the other fellow la not --
display our baa gone extensively Into real'estftedealing i -
past. service la a matterto
you a great i
come prepared to buy several and It was reported had sold I
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,dollars worth, for you'll, "want. this property.REAL l We consider have welt tried all the paints we
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the China.W. 'I .AUpITQRIUMTuesday( could get to see what. we could recommend No.1 2. Three lots on Are. D at $500 each terms halt cash
McALLtSTKRBBCK.
ESTATE. MRS .
trade the beat an.we
to our u 1 3. Two Iota Avenue D and South .
| No. > on Watee .tred.unimpl'OYfd. .
., 3rd."Sell flnd that, Devoe'a lead and sine
_WI SELL EVER\'THINo- July $800 each, for $1500.
-AND &EJ.L, IT CHEAPER palnta stand to far a head of all price orvboth
others that we do not hesitate'to say ''r_
tI Chaile:& Son BICYCLES1Bicyde I | -' that tfOll win find It far cheaper to NO: _100 on Avenue D for $2000. $1000 cash
-1'1,, ". use that paint even though you had balance in i one year. There ia a little boos on this place which,,

to pay (twice as much ,aa for say will make business
| site
I RepairingSundries. paja$180 per annum. Property a good
till Avenue D, Miami; Fla. Accused"A other; which Is not a tact). Its covering

I aad'IS Cent:Aa&ez at,1SU Are.:,a properties the ease its with whichIt durability .No. ip. We da recommend thia aa a good iareatment. On <,
and great -.
.< can be applied moat desirable. this property there are six houses in food condition, the yearly
Comedy + make it the
Drama In 4 Ads Others 'wm' ten you that we are rental amounts! to $720 aDd the price IS onlj$-4750, with $1200

wm by Local Talent mistaken.;- The proof of the pudding cash and balance in annual payments of $500. f:
rented la in! the eating and to convince the ,
Harper & Harpei: .' skeptical we make this offer: If you No. 1S6. One jpood two story house ;facing; the bay and. .3, \ :

1012 beJ are thinking d using any other paint valuable lots for$3200, terms $700 cash and balance to suit ;
Avenue: and 1111 paint the south side of the :

Fireworkand 'Del SIN at BUayM: u4 fed I house half' with Devoe's the line and of half division with No. 18. Three four room two story cottajea. price for the J

Successors to:BollS i arena: Drug stares the run other.from the making top to the bottom and three, S300a Win ecU separately. We' can rift very liberal ,.

to If Devoe's does not last longest we terms on these. Ask tor them. I i iI
will Ipalnt,It over again for nothing.It I i

I I ,Is[the best or we could not afford No. 159. A neat 6 room cottage on Anemic B. for quick
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to do this. sale at$3,500
MIAMI HARDWARE co. .

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VICIOUS ... lon.taall Cult.
TWO liONESSESI' barrel shipped from the and

States by a,woman's aid,:sodaty for Napkins
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H ,, soldiers In the I'Nlipptaeewsecarte: $

toa ship and went rolling over the [ -
waves to Its destination. "I'm only aft
I W. H. Brdine cutsprices ptoth e Intere t of stay home peopte. Silefor
old floor barrel It said to Itself "Wt ,I : 11 days 0 or
William A.;,Brady Entered the Cage of Untamable lasts- ri got something within nx thl t j ,
shin turn a man upsid down."
Hearst Has Control of New York State eommidee- 1 tirat. George llerrU of the -' .

galled Staten Infantry sat In his teat<
Other Gotham Gossip of Interest .I tb* rhlllpplues reading a novel it had Bleached! : Damask

I coin to the array of orrapatlon In the .

a I 'I I barreL On taking up the book, whkja
wis an old one bound In paper, hall
nttU,, the cover torn off and numeroftidodges < only the quantity
New York Jane 30 Nerve goes a rant was opened in this ctty a WF
while ai an experiment than a and lead pencil marks scat number advertised
great way sometimes with men. u ago.more
else.-where a telephone 1 U I teed! here and there the soldier tarb-
11 well mi animals. William" A. Brad*, Placed anything at each table. The tables, some e4 first to the fly leaf and read ttns"m I
a noted 'theatric*! manager showed thirty-nve in all are numbered ,con- *-"Julia Anita LrtjA." j I

hi. gene In"a'war that astonished beholden secntlvely. and each has Its spedsntpery jVe may' snap our fingers and sly 4 pieces of bleached Damask, 53 2 pieces bleached d.l".It. aD
at Brighton Beach the other You enter hurriedly and "Wbafs In a nsmer bat there an 28c lID68
night He entered a cage containing -want to be served lnstanUy.| No waiter times when there ls everything In(inme. c Inches wide, price 35c, sale. en,_,,tt" Inch- price SSc,this
two lionesses and remained thereat Ii in sight Yon run om the bW Had I'rInt.lIerr1tt 1'N0I" '..- pieces bleached _
least two minutes, while the animals of fare select your meal. Jlck up a bftabel Bunker" there would be no eccftslon 4 ball (2 1&linen48Y 2 pieces bleached damask, an lID82

-Mid by their keeper,to be;unusually .i 'phone and talk tq an orderly In tht for this story But "Julia Antes Price slxt -five cents,'' en, 71 Inch, price 11, this
Yteloos-snarled at him and kitchen "Hello this Is table No. tIn Lrlgh" was different A young man

crawled almost at, his. feeL More'I I a great hurry. Orderat mushrooms.Some once k. exiled,,as,It.were, in a benighted labdinhere :1 piece mercerized Damask,extra .62c.48c 2 pieces bleached damask, an Haea,721a.wldeprtcusulo-
than a hundred persons saw the feat small sirloin steak with be seldom saw" 98
a woman 'xcfpt -
"Bob" McPherson the trainer for Fer- I cauliflower A balled potato. the coppery' creatures of the co ntfy nice, prie 75c, this sale. . .

ara's animal show,knows Brady. The Olives, Romaine salad. Small cup of was In an excellent frame of f H-'
<\ 3 bleached tomart.in linen 4 bleached'ch1D.
pieces pieces an Ha-
latter strolled around the cage;which hot black coffee. "AH right air No. ,
to be 1.2
Is In the open for a while .watching I'2, coming right along." Card yon Imagine gwtive lag of Impressed drlUsed femininity with anything Wbenbp Sf g- (2 In. wide, (5 and 75c, at en, n In. wide; 1.54,1J3 at. .. .
the lionesses.\ McPherson Bald to''' anything more enticing} We are ,
read "Julia" a pair of soft bro;rn
him: "BUI. I never, saw these brutes'In :'surely moving forward.. I
I looked at him. "Anita" suggested
1 eyes ,
!
such bad
a temper. Brady at once
maid: i he would'enter the cage.' McPherson !I Workers In a depe.rtmentfltore were long black foils of __ '
'' 'driven almost to Insanity|by vwell-: "" there was '
thought he was Joking, bu::
Brady laughed, took the trainer's revolver .+dressed young,woman a few days aft tf refined. The whole' halr'jt [
,and keys and then opened th,/She rushed in with hair flying grabbedthe 'Vly' creature. Napkinjs Towels
door of the cage. He stood still fo, first floor walker sh| saw. and Private Merritt read' '
a while then opened the second door proclaimed that lIIe ma4t 'catch a about a young Englishman r hoeat +
which leads -directly.Into the apart train in less than u'.bbur.: Hei to Australia to seek his fortune lamed
II dz. { II dozen Hnck Towels
I meat occupied by the lionesses. Brad I list was' a yard long; and It was bard vnd.. after many trials In his new borne tloneseventy"HTe.I..S or17x32.

fired his:revobver-severaltlmes and to decipher the names of the articles and many complleaUoDs In Eugis a1. three Mr .. .. .. ..*W
f stood nonchalantly looking at the anImals. Last of all she wanted bright red.ma luring which his ladylove t ,
.,', They crouched,',snarled and I line braid and ""tie wiref. None of tantly calling upon him to 11' dz. linen Napkins, 24x24, frl 98 11 dozen lJDeDTowe1sanworua or

growled but made no 'attempt to the clerks knew what "tl,f wire". was pave her from certain come two-fifty nine, now . .9*. U#e, DOW two for..4. 3
spring. McPherson still wonders why and she began questioning.from the ahe was obliged to endure, ,

the animals did not deprive the New stationery to ,hardware department.In .what. ark home, they were married and':the 19 dz.' Unen Napkins, 24x24, to 07 Twenty dz. aD IIDmlmct towels,
the latter place a elerkpsked
Yorkers of a theatrical manager.Friends nmdrnm of life commenced.In 2
< hestatedthen I nine COW . ISxM worth ctx
5 the wire was for. ,She Idleness and a tropical climate i an- three-fifty twenty-Ore at. .
,of)[.Hearst assert that confessed it was' to make frame fora
ed soft southern Is '
by winds one ptdream.
he has control: of the Democratic hat-a hat Intended to shade her dear o As Private Merritt read Jo- nYe dz. Unen Napkins,24x24, 2 98 21 dz. an mercerized 29x41,'an
24C
-' State Committee., They say that Bel. doggie when lie followed ,*r trap. The Anita Leigh was calling upon him $44)0) value, now . .. worth thirty fire cents at. .. .i
moot: has lost, control of It, hating braid was' for the same purpose. But -

'only about twenty:has of,the thirty.fifty memoberawhUe'Deam It Is stock the store was which not provided boats of with. its wire varied fordop' 1 I heals rom to every come page and In save heartrending her from a,vllilnous sp-- 1 Fire dz. linen Napkins,24x24, 3.98 ( dz..utra fine'line pun Knea 4oLworth

I r claimed that an of these will rote for bats. The girl ,failed' of her Into uncle Insane who was to trying to control get her five dollar nIne, now..1; Me to meDtJ.ftT' cts. -t .
an asylum secure
the suppression of Belmont oa any purpose, and missed her rain In the
,. pf her fortune As soon ss he had J finished -
bargain-
tjaesUojL.of organlsatin that.comes up -
... ) s the book be took up a wring I .
A ,most significant tact in this eonnectlon. ''
J .,.u showing,the strength of I News of the revival of fa old rumor lease and. placing; It In his lap wrote a Wi an sUn adding Interesting Hems tdi the wpm ceoater. This site wffl aba bdnde oar hoary tile st

Hearst in the rural counties is that that William R. Hearst had boughtthe letter to Julia Anita Leigh ttmntlng last week wherein we sold ear finest hoary for halt. Mat and Torchon lAce tram IJc per dz. yds. to if yd.;
Jier for the pleasure be bad derived > 0 ,
neither the Tammany nor the King New York Press wee carried to ,
,county members of the committee are him the other day. "Tf ere is no I:from her book. There was no means
counted In this estimate of the Hearst truth In It." he said. "1 ttave troubles !Jof knowing her aJdress except t f the

r majority. Hearst men assert that au enough of my own. ,Ju.K,now I 'am ,word "Blytbesford." so he sddrejsed
'
Dot four+at the vp-State Senate die busy getting my SaD Francisco paper Ibis letter to -Jolts Anita Leigh M.Burdin
trlcfs will send committeemen to the properly on Its feet *la|." j :Blytbesford. C. 8. A.I' .-. ( W.
c meetings.who wfll not antagonise. Mr. "t Henry':L. ElutelD;.'11'11 ] !lens the The United States postofflce dep>Ut- ,.
Hearst or consent to any action prejudicial Press, denied the rumo even more I ment take great rains In delivering; f
3t- to his chances. for the Demo emphatically when ,it". Brat bobed a*, [letters, never.omitting\ to find an] Imperfect -
V critic,nomination several weeks ago Thft f rumor probably address except In the ca s of I j
resulted from the fact that the made up stories wherein the, writer
L -r e.m.; said' the'whlte-gloTed.'negro Press has been very friendly to Hearst t wishes a complication between .
who wares you into the ladles dace the mayoralty cane' a1gn. devoting I Ills Leigh received Private Merritfsletter Martfs Oyster and 'Chop, He use
entrance to,the Hoffman House "we many columns to tbecharges that [ covered' with'postoffice marks,
-
.. ah Jet a leetle pushed fo' room Jes' the city ownership candidate lad been 'such as "Try New York," "TryiOrsgon. -
now-.We ah a leetle,crowded.. The robbed of the election f. Lately the ."'"Try Booth Carolina." 8be fpen- Meals at all l Hours
new house it won't be finished to a news columns of the pager have been ed It and read' that a young soldier
;jeth;maybe a beetle nxC I don't know, filled with local article a&J item from hi the Philippine had derived pleasure Ojstera bjr plate quart or ga lon.

amt we ain't got much addlfnal rom. various parts of the Slfte. detailing from a novel she had forgotten.Bat Meal served at all hour. 41012th Street. Miami Florid
This house is don" hold but fo'teen be strength boom for Co;rernor. Thu her imagination became Inflamed

hundred,pnssoas, you know,t and we Press Is running 'a decidedly free with a picture of a handsome young '
,alnl got.but ten other,houses rented! aace sort of a sheet afcj .speaks Its
i fellow with a pair of pistols Ife his i Before
besides this bo'dln houses, yon know.together mind freely' on any subject, and some* belt a sword dangling st his side a Ipvestigate Investing
wtt1t'a few apartment houses times displays considerable venom. Its )
rifle In tile crook'of his elbow etttlnc
and a flat or two. Yes'm.'we ah boon : specially down on Sfnator( Depe-1 Wind Power
to be a leetle crowded till the new and Senator Platt commencing IU on a camp chair while the bond yed
campaign them Joig before the" on the parade reading that OM bleb
house is fins bed.'Ma'aL" upon
e e, insurance Investigation! began. u:1: had once been hers. Ha been adopted by the best people of tbe country aV the

T The most valuable garden patch on would like to see a reconstructln Letter b1 the dozeu' the cheapest power for raising water. Note the people wla ban
Manhattan Is)ad. consists of twp the Republican party; with a otl; deep poring Neb other them they could hare steam gas and hot air too if they %ut '
feed of lettuce and radishes each number of "outs' to be filled wlUp .estbound. The tone of the a r$ few edit I handle the best mill made aad make a specialty oi this
twenty feet square, la the rear of a little Ins" and It has a full Iftt of was subdued but It was nit>> h Cg be- I business and with mjr pump mechanism that I have justjbcea'
one-story house in West One Hundred latter Ones fore the tropical warmth of the 1IIp. : granted patent on. I will ruaraatee to'double the capAatv.
Wouldj
and Twenty-Fourth street half ( pins began to' enliven those goingwestward value and life of any wind milt outfit. Any lafrinremeati wUlbe
way between Columbus and Amster- It estimated that I ie i kindling a like are In eplies prosecuted. l -
dam avenges The house and garden wooden pavement on Broadway hai going ealt..rd. A picture of a trap.
la the rear are flanked on three sides Increased the capacity of that tbofonghfare plug young fellow In all tndress khaki
;1. by modern sis-story apartment nouswhich more than flftf per cent Th uniform went ,westward .ud aed G, H. PERRY'' Cocoanut Grove Ftor&a
*s all but shut out the son Ue of travel on It is greatly Increai one of a pretty brunette lit .lIk attire *
from the gsrJea- The house only oc- e.1, but ,the street Is qpt' ,as crowd* going eastward. ,
"copies half he frontage of the lot.witch *s it used to be.1' Th learns travel Their came the unicorn. new that .

\"eIiaD{ excellent view of the .aster,,and move alougwo much moo the-th infantry was ordered bome. IB* Urns, drop to"aa4 tab t tort M '
garden from the street The littler sally than before thai street waL Private lIerr1tt packed hb k t and oar fin* UM of WooUnt. t tar- Contractors Property Owners
farm home,,:almost brings tears to kept on a trotting bails, Irrtead ofhe marched to the ship that was take AND
hard Now get till pUea. : :
a ,the-eyes of'pu.lDr'ru1 estate men. old slow and way. him to the girl wIIoM Jettera $e had ,
j: who realize boar much more valuable racks with heavy loads go trotting caressed In plAce of her who ha written JOHN SIWILL A BRO I '
the ground could' be made. Hundredsof along, without any trouble to the hors'} them. Julia-Anita Leigh &waited tot'InvertYlanov' If you don't want to SAVE MONEY
BsaJouartsr*
with real The estate old Irishman agents who have has pleaded lived ts.pull Where heavily formerly and slowly the teams along,bad they to with noble a ........ tM Twstttk' atnsC ateeay." >nsah I 'we can't help you. If you do come, toThe

la that house for forty years, to sell now can go on a'''trots It Is a conv' -
per she -F ,
::
the property but be always show ''I mon sight. nowadays po see teals* -- -
Ita chief et the
A.JttcDonald; Co
the would-be purchaser his garJenandteDs trotting along with loads weighing I- [ '
them that the care of it is one four tons, and nearl*,keeping pa e ODe IDDDT ,
handed a card with the name on It of BurkhartLOCK
the trolley carL 4* soon as they
of the Joys of his old He wont. with
age
be lonely without his'garden, he says. strike the wood paYen\ent'theT\ striie George Merritt: AH In a flatter, she and I bl1 your bllldJng materiaL Loug Leaf J.
There Is nothing left to the real'estate -a trot. while, as I soon Is the old stote went down Into the drawing room, and ,AND' GUNSMITH
men than to wait for the death of part of the street still remaining \. there sat or, rather, rose ss sb+ entered Yellow Pine ind Cypress of ill Hods.ft
a, ,the old man. in the hope of being able cached, the horses slow' down to''a ,'a'yoong man In citizen's dress' for Expert Repairing .

to make some deal r with.his heirs. walk and the traces are kept as .t*It Merrltt had been discharged for the AVBSUB C flAX rats "sen 'LlmeJ; 'Brick ((4 kinds). Cement. 54 Doort4
1113
.< .,,. and strained as if th load.had stU- first few moments they did notjscraple Mouldings and whatever else a builder ,
rlfhe# use of the telephone Is advancing denly been doubled. J to ogle each other to satisfy thetatselves ,, requires
in all directions. A quiet restau,:I Old Tlmer4 I that :they ;were not disappointed, U -- lowest, possible figure.
two children who have been Just Introduced 4

I .: .. ,m;',.,,!'!!'[".":"' ; stand and gape at eaten other. Miami Meat ru Know. where.' :we" are' -lath, Street.. '" -Miami- -- .FloridafceirGfl -
Each saw that the other was mjt disappointed

li Indeed,' was, much *. ,
; i H poem for CodayEGYPTIAN Ji Then they sat down and talkedf It over.

There' DO villainous uncle; In the Market

-: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAaAAAA5AsAAAAAAA. ease. Indeed there was no.teed.for I : ChaseS
on., These distressing person* are for _" Barney
1 lovers who feed on while the i latch Is Tr/C feaster,Prop. ;

: SEREN DE; J i being touched to the tender passion. .'
w Once It Is aflame they areas useless asa Miami West Palm heath I' SUCCESSORS TO J i '
c By George William Curtis doll to a woman
i There was'an uneventful c jvrtshlp CHASE & HARHET Inc.FRUIT FireAccident,.

between :Mr. :Merritt and :Mb i Leigh.
: PROMINENT among the literary men'of' o or film They wensocial, equals ancialequalsindeed Floridaand I AND
decades MO was George William Curtis author editor
lecturer and public maIL He..... born to jhwldenw.R. I equals In ever? particu I VEGETABLEPACKERS and
t 1.. In IS and died on Staten Island. N.pIn ISM.II lar. ,Tber was not the slightest objection -
.
.&4 was,the youngest member of the famxnis Brook In either family to their onrtsblp WesternMeats I
'-' Farm colony. Later Mr. 'Curtis became jjk traveler. or to their marriage which tquk placeIn :I Tornado
lecturer and masazlM editor. For many fears, until due Cash Dealer la
his death be was connected with Harper'|"Pni and time.
r* Is his best known book. Mr. Curtis,wrdfe much in I One day five :years later SIni. Merritt \ Insuranc
prose form, but left only a few poems. wss cleaning out some rnbb b when i Crate

she came upon an old papei covered
'

ING again the song you sung Sing the song srSl o'er and o'erj. # novel"What's this GeorgeT abe asked of Mail orders receive prompt Material FIDELITY BONDS
S When we were together young- Though know tbat nevermore : her husband attention

'i When there were but you and I Will It seem the jon,yon snng'Underneath ""That Why, that's that trashy novel a Tuebosse,
the summer sky. Wben we were together young. iAAAAAAAAAAAAA" pot In a barrel for the Pb llpplnes. 1317-1319 Avenue D JkinI )
yon Phone 23 Miami, Florida East Blier CLsramr OLDEST AGFHCY I If MIAMI
" '" traet+,ltr+it Throw It away"BERTHA
ATOM .

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MARRY -k l"AW'S" :Ja'coUapse' year she ln ber attended" t caref'and a seminary.I' tone ( 'Wire for
Me
' New England where, it is said si; -
studied some, but spent a great>deaJ If' You Goinq to Build
are
j I of her,time In company with Bohem-

.;.INFACTUATION I Ian companions, entertaining of her stages them.' i t ( 'J1; ,.- and I I'll for You"i

f 'beer wonderful and--of her-life stories, as a model'fc o : z ; Get our\ prices on f ,. Wire .
', leti' I :'
artists. She spread the fever amon | s f !1' l' '
bother attendants at the seminary, .nd \.i -( \

For Chorus Girl and< soon had a large following of?girl :
a Pretty
.... ,-- eager, to,imitate her life; so favors Sas Doors Paint
Model For.Artist by fortune. It Is said that her attack: 'a\il.s Phone 176
I'I of ffinets was due to oventudT..anJ i !,
I the wag compelled to1! undergo;:coi j [ firL' rfJ.r \ ,,..
flnement in a sanitarium for' sever I j .
I months. At this point she bad ;a t .

I t A'RenuLrkible: Stor; That' Show' ,J I,qu.rrelwll'h her daughter her for mother her overfondness who censure for. W. Watson : : Ayene.l D C H. BROWN .

'What. Honey and Persistency. Can Bohemian companions. However before ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
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the latter'. departure for .Europe N., f] I __

:'AccompUsh-Ckreerof. i" the< YOSD a' reconciliation was affected. iI 1113 JA--, C
I Thaw'i Adoration -
Criminal and-His Life.Ko I --
{ Durlngta. Neiblfs Illness, afte:
,S
her attendance at the seminar when
.{I she made an unusual and careless dls ''
'play of Jewelry and mone1.-H.m X MIamI TransferComp
crime of recent years has K Thaw made a flying trip to the bog. Fort Dallas Land
hocked New York. that of the mil' pltal where she was confined, in com Company
pany/wiih 'a physician: and severs
der of Stanford White by Harry Thawa ,, for
nurses, and after the operation appendicltls
: young milllo .lre.ho has ,.proud was performed he continued I
y.
himselfto' be the "black. .heep ol f to send her dainties and bunches ol .

a world-famed family. Hit marrtatrto roses. But Miss Nesblt. with th< 229 12th*strcet, Phone No. 157 and 1121 Avenue D, Phone 110

,.. 1*,:Erelyn PltUUirt Xesblt and created New York a aeruiUoo society.lOaa .I she same had seeming refused contempt the grand piano with,whirl sometime Garage *nd Stabh* 11th street, near re. E, Phone No. 100 Has 01 its Lists

Nesbli-;I.war a' beautiful shorn I accepted and sometimes reins F '
girl and .a,model for artists.. Tall ed. *Then, after getting well she tie Horses Carriages and
at'a Juno slender u a reed graceful ''fluently had engagements on eTenlngjon ,
.
r as a willow Evelyn Neiblt went which hewanted, to see her. and he
i. to New York to earn her Urlnr/Jns, was compelled to go sway disappointed Automobiles eon j particularly tiTe sites';for
'Yt ben accounts :differ. JTrs Nesblt than '
One time:being more persistent
c,!1&1' that her daughter earned a lit Tsnal, he broke in upon a dinner party for hire jbr the hour, day, week or mo th. Automobile ator* botrj residence and business- ,par-
,tte money' Jut because it pleased her thai,... being given by Mr. Lederer,, ) ag-e;repair* and Agents for 1 1tomobifc he famous FORD an investment '
ito do 110.ADr"'r:: Miss Evelyn rose who sought to establish a stage career : *. Freightsupplies.unloaded aad delivered, Special facilities pos .3. An in Miami real
early posed late.and worked prettyhard for Miss Nesblt. and. upon inquiring for moving heavy freirht.t. Omnibn* m ta very train. BaePKOMPT ,
all day receiving at first any: retired after'mak esta te is safe; sure oflgniek; returns
her. for the young lady i gage tr sferred. ALL orders.receive Attention., ,
ssa that the artists chose to tire lug an apology. ,
.
: :;
8te had such wonderful beauty-her :_In London there is said to havertak- i -
hair la as black as night and her eyes I IaN between the mother and .
place
like dusky diamonds glowing with en daughter, another quarrel about wheth -. .- -, '
the Sre.ot a.brilliant '" ,r. erR Mr.'''Thaw was sincere In hl.-approaches ( : a RdLLY.. j;G INGRAhAA1,
a little while Miss'Brelyn hal of lore or not but'the matter .
W-
__ B4 considerable money. should Then seems to hare been suddenly dropped ; A. LftOtlAew For* Dallas Land Vfce-Prealdent Fort Dallas
rnea mother decided'* that ,she or else Mrs. Nesblt was too much ,
lo-on the' .tare. It;has.been whoni said taken up with her own love atr.lrafor I Company, lams Florida.: Land Co., SI: Augustine. ,
of the artists for
that most
she returned to New York and u&J'oned
she posed Jell victims to her charms, second. .time'her.:' first husband
hit she.was satisfied\ to conquer them havID .dle4 a' few years previous to -- '
-- -- -- ----
and then jp) on her'war harlot's this time. Machine S : ; -

greater liking for companions of more :, Gay Life In Europe op Dade! ) e/Insurance
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than for the :
or.less Bohemian tastes Miss Nesblt's first season in Europevas :
company of the rich. The pleasures .. marked by a number of tribulations D.Trust
.
Lthat the latter were able'.to afford Across The ver.
i, but all turned out well Foe and
omp
were as yet""no temptation* to the pretr; event months after her mother's departure ny'Wi1l1pair
,tjr model: .I') for New York 'Mis* Nesbit
.Money.Paved the :Way, traveled over the continent with a O MIAMI.FLORIDA INCORPORATED
For:"seTera monta'after'Harry K.\\1 touring party which included Harry
short notice.
Thaw met u.Nesblt she continued'to '' OThaw.( .: The second,year, of her your engine o i
Ire In her modest '..,. Many:' itay.in Europe was spent muchthe Paid Up Capital I S75.0OO.. Swpias. 112.000'
of the tows She.wore .were fashion tame fashion as,the first A,curious < .Engine Mer.We carrydynamoscoils : .
lasarea land titles, abstracts of titles,Ibaaa aadrevests
mother's hands. Bat connection with the appearance prepares
ed by her own tact in
Dame Fortune began to,favor them'' ,"'' 4 "Mr. and Mrs, : haw'!In London ,, plugs I batteries, wire, money oa ita ova account and(or others. Acts aa
,and they were enabled to take a flat''Ia that last August Mr.,Thaw was ar-. : agent, a naey-Ia-fact" .trustee, :assignee, execator, receiver
Ins more fashionable part of the dry relted In gwitserland for bstdrirlpg! screw, switches i\ or [raardiaa. Jlddreaa all conmnakatloaa .to
and to dress more expeuIyelbet ]'- a and with him at the same time was aMrs'Thaw.
which caused much uproar among,. ."'The dispatches. Ascribing .- I j S. L. Patterson* Sec and Treas. Miami. LiorideIfJ
'O>e' glcTs Bohemian friends. ;At this this lady said: "She war clad
tUne already Harry K. Thaw wa"a very chic leather skirt and Jacket. rt '
mach U lore with her; and Included with a' hood such as worn by Dutch .( -
I. unoag, other numerous gifts'he sought] .idles. and looking for all the world f
\ "W bestow capon her was a grand.plano ,ja.t like an exceptionally pretty one." '
which the young millionaire one day i Those i who ''know Evelyn Nesbit : Onlly Knew Not
sent around to the Nesbit flat. Het i night cay that this description fits her We 4 6w ToMake
mother may hare counseled the action|"xactiy., ,
[ 'or;else Evelyn's haughty spirit may I When the older Thaw died' some
have revolted at the presumption of twelve years ago he left a fortune val
Mr. Thaw. At any rate. sheirefuseJ, ned at 10000000. Harry K. Thaw : MistakesWhit
to'permit the piano to be brought Into yearly Income, even though his allowance'bad .
her rooms, and the men were,tom not increased since the ,
polled to haul It away agatnj ''But. death of his father. is about $250,000 I.
young Thaw was not to bt frustrated But had his father' will been carrier
In his advances,and continued to shower' i out his allowance*would have been ; a Fortune we could make->Ve made a big mistake in moving our store sofa
'
portion upon',of this,.his TJoradora":rwt, Income beauty that he II': yean cut down old.'to when 12.530 he was until to he receive was hi II*) :: =,up.the street. Tis: ddne now; and( we have to make the best: of same. On this

,wag able command.. He continued: fun allowance.. His mother who ; account we have: to sell goods, forj! less than any other;:store in the City of[Miami.,
grand a I
affairs aa
to manage his on thought her,boy had been dealt with .
:scale as,when a-few yean ago he too harshly, pleaded with his brother ,
accomplished the Impossible'by making and sisters and the will was set aside. '
the city of Paris gasp ;i over a4taaer Since then It has cost Mrs. Thaw notless'
which he rive to twenty-fir than a million to get her son om IerapsPanis MThis thereasgl ,
(of Vests IZS.WKU, and which. cost, .him- the, ''trifle. and keepblm. .out of sensational aapidea scan BUY iwhyMensYou s Shirts

'._The dinner war not only remarkablefor .' ,, ,
the expense ,It:was also remarkable Fartunat*..,Missourians'Wben 6ooLnd7oOParagOn $2 and 2.50 Royal Palm QC
for the lumber beautiful wom- $ '4 5 1
.ell;; present the ,verdict being that. I '. ": 'iJyoaIs pants for.: :, : _, ., ahirbfor..r. ..( .3/O
war a druggist. ;
there was more feminine loveliness at ; ; .
the.feast than"at' any that dud;beesgiven I;Graysvflle? )(0.- write, Mej'three T. 3, Dwyer of ay customer now of- ..4.00,[4.5oand$5 tailor "5 J Cle Boys' Knee 1 $1.50 and $1.75 Majes1 Offc
$tench'apltaL' By this JL.
lathe : O.TbJ tic shirts for. . V
affair'he completely won all their I were permanently cured of eosumtioa ma pants:for" .,. "
tSffts.that ta the hearts of the ladles,I i by Dr.King's New Piacomj .. -
for It la said that be war really,the and are wH and strong today. One SaTsiPand i r3:75-bui Iess, 2 5'1 Pants $1.25 Majestic shirts to Q C

only member of.the sterner sea preeent. -! was 'trying-to aQ hi* pruyeitjr gad [mae'pants for ;. ..,'.. I go for. .. ... . oj. -' V-
move to Arizona, bat after New
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mule sad Jewel sonrenlrs.j!I which, DUcevery a short timh*'found-tt ,$3jcutom-made' pants '2 35" 75c and 85cMonticello 50

no with Jess the than eatable 150,0001 and drlnkablea,Since then.eat ft unnecessary"'.' New'to Discovery do'ML I regard the Boat Dr.JtlJI& : I( !'I:..! .:. ,. .. .. ... 75c and 85c values hoc 1 'shirts.for. .:; . ..,.;. C

: hag been said that.no"Aaercan.'has| wonderful medicine: la aSata.- !- for ,r.. .... :.. .
been so- popular With the women, of surest .CcnIb and Cold eon and and $1.25 val- Q\r\\
the Parisian capital as Harry,;K.'n1a,; Throat and Lang healer.' Ontrsit4by $1
an Shoe .. . MeWs Suits
No doubt there were many tears shed druggists.' Me and. U.- ? Trial ladies' uesjfor
when a certain countess of that dry bottl* free 1and2.00 vaIAbO .
heard of his marriage to Mia Nesbit. i ;. : .1.25 -
for she once threatened to commit suicide ,Death from Appendlettl t ,50, pair; ladies'; Krip nues !for . . $18 and $20 messa' 1'4 90
beeauelaer style of beauty and i MBmvi v r--.A' dorf ahoea,'worth ].50 1 Suits for. . ... I
her i title dldnt eat any figure with decrease ia the same ratio oat'the 75
young Thaw m.* matrimonial way.Idas use of Or' Ads New Life Pals Increases. 3.00 abd_.,3.50, to close. ., ,- $15 and $16 men's 1:2:
Nemblt was dYeD a'' tryout They say yon from danger 90
T. okd Suits for. .. .. .
t e stage. by Mr.George Lederer., and bring quick and painless'ralaaa* '
'she did not seem able to on the from constipation sad the Us growing and
'to which she bad.lien.ualpe4. oat of It Strength and rtgor always' Men's ShoesSonJ ; ': $7.00 s8ess'
and[after playing In''"TherKTld; BOM \follow their ns*. Guaranteed by an Suits or.. .. .. .
an4.-na. .Girl from Mile- ah. had druggists SSe Try DeaL I ..Sult Cases

: $3.50 and, $4.00 '

'The :() W$ Ik-Over Shoes. .2' o.11100 Trunk or Bolt can 9.60 Boys' Clothing

Ocklawaha( NurseriesTANGERINE Some!'$3.50. 'and ft'...;i.... ........ ..... !
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FLORIDA, Packard Shoes : for 7O
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What Orange Growers'to" know "dIat'lt Is to' their Interest to boy trees ISoDuf$3.50and] $4.00 2 Q/\ .s.aG Trunk or Salt Cue 5-60' per

from their'stock.Because they have THE//BEST GROWN LrFL0a1DAiGOOD ,Judge Shoes for-. .. -f\J for ..i.\, .... .... .... ''
RESULTS only be obtained from trees that have an abundance ,s-oo Tr or Salt Case 3.95' 3
oft GOOD ROOTS stems that are STOCKY tops WELD DEVELOPED About 45'palr of men's $2.50 p'ndB8ome for ...j.... ... .... ..
and Ie'.....*and woodthat Is ENTIRE!.T"'FREE'OP'INTURIorSINSECTLITE. .. .. $3 sellers, most 1 f1 0 $1.50 Trunk ;; Suit Case fQ/\ We are a little far up the tweet but it

ONE TREES have all these GOOD POINTS" In their favor and wcoridally ly m _small,Mzes for. for ..j. .... ...... .... i.OU pay you to ace our goods before baying
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s::;_ :of straw 1't and 11 I felt hats ; y.. ;or,_.. .less..'. -, 1000 pairs hoes to go l at. half price or less

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't -t'.1< : II IIwO' f To make this sale .ii4ere ung to all, we will give a special J1
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: big ten day sale. (Stetson hats and I Overalls not included.)
ATHAM' We have' too many goods and not enough money'is the
j. HUBBARD" : trouble.. The.goods mu& be sold and 'you'get the benefit.

We Will mention beloW.a few,of the many bargains we will

'The:People's Clothier '112.f 0-1212 ve..D offer;! at this Great Sacrifice, Stock Reducing'Sale. See them

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*) Burdine' & Q J.i rmahs;: : 85c for&r.)ten's:..Jnwet.............:\..... ...'..65c I 150.at..f.r.$t.3 and$1 50 shirts to COM!

l ... SOc ale Under for .Shirt......,..to...go....at..this. .,.. .....43c'I'
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J' 240 men's SX50, $J and$150
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-. I" 1 37 twjj piece suit; nobbj pattern 55
:t W.'f$12 and$15.. to close at.. ...$ 20 d off on all pants In thebera
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* 25 -c t" j.. :a. .e : .J'15. at.md..utte. ,'... ...;.were.....$10.00......,.to.._.cl... ...$5.00 '
tir I ; 47 men's fine two:piece Illite:':we CIA.DAj Boys' Clothing and Pants ,.
.,! ," .. .. AI ry : j $15$17.50 ana$20. todo.tat....$I :

& 1 -. y' "" ... ,.,.' _I .._r..... 1A ,"" I. I'II'f '21 nelwere:suits;; white$a and_nod$34 striped,.to close.flan. .$15> .00 25 per cent. discount.' on I
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I -.. r' 7 suits white flannel were $W anc
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to Monday ,J 2Werwill ; { t$25slif| D. : all 6
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: ..\ have a 25c sale'arid we pro i-e to! ell'more goods Our and 15 per..ct>! ofl (on aD sloes:: not, mentioned (Except Contract Good! ) .
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ladies' ShoeslOOpa'x Children's Shoes
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;' ? 'r r.1 I I ; lades Doigola and Leather 100 pair chtldread* insandalv es white canraV.
*. \\i tl.IJ'5 2; ,;"r*(-v':kd f I ..;' 4t L Uxlorda and Randilt, were$2 00 $1.00:I oxford.'aael' ,*1 *"*
t ; ;: j 30c S5c and?40c Palibbons J ,;i5c. .to V50 cent .;value!! .' ; f $2.S0 aDd UOO..to dOle at.... .... $1.50 SL75 and$J 00. tojcloie/ w.75c:
White'goods j"f25C e'at......M'. .... .,..............r..2 "! 73 par ladies Donrola. Oxfords ad Slippers. 85 pair infant's andalo t and shoes. C/V
t. ue8 l atv<*"'"* .',*'!t*>: L' *L* { "' 'ta. and black were $3.00, $ ;
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v:.i" **" *: t" 7t I to-40o v'al uei l and $4.00,to close at.........!..,$1.95 wcreLOOaadL25. tocl Mat .i..3yv
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.t th>n.oife8S5. .,;. .cmt;*.* ....,.;., ."- flt *.!..*.. ... *. ..%J1 .Ii '.47 pair ladies' Donroband P nt Kid Ox 125 U5 children aDd 200.and to misses'to.u<..hoes.....were.....$1.1
$i.OOLand
i 'f"*" .f..f. < ; i ojYi 11 "* ';j ilai i"1 d tf:: r valaetMA i ( ..forfv ClOftCt were......?......... .$5.90to. .;..., ....2.85 .
Silk.Mulls, 35c.and 40 cent valne, ...... fI ISO pate i ladies r white anraiaad white linen I'
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I ... .... I d ... **% fc JM j "*' Oxford wire$2.so. 3.50 and M Sh.
at.i :... .... .: :-,!,:25c I I .4 tociorear.t i>.!...$1 I.00 en S oes

I T'.bl li a; ;:iliiit .6cti cent'valnea. I Adefest' .. ..ft teni.. .ccntjiaality...!!..:... .....,..4...m.ror ...F Sfr.OO.nirladie and$8.00.white to buck. close at thU i were CO$6.00 AA 62 pair men's white, 'eanra,* .hoe.....tIL ..$1'. ..
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\ ; : I'I biglot cgQ Baskets, .all shapes, t xTow35c .- 55 1I.8.'ILmakc.wcre5Oat.pair men's canras shoes.:; ;..$1'
1 and'40 'cent values.. < a forliillie .... .,....... ..........*...;.2 *..**. I 65 men's IL s..t H.16ae black CO
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_- fir'! _J. ',:.i S5.tt.0 i 4i"j. i. t'lt ues BJEmbroideries ;I[ !, for;."re... b...,ISoap.....,.today.........onlv...:..v.two..2' ;.J C' ", 37 were$175 pklr!1. bora,Drab tocl9e' etnnt at..e.oxfo' 'l...:..$1 I.00 100 hon.toduaeat pair Hanan A;, Son. 4.00.. ..and.. .$7....t, 50
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: : ,,Those who Attend this sale wffl surely get '
I .their Boner's worth. Thou who do not at-,
Twelve..t..r..l.. pieces silk, 50c..,to...85c"val.....*.25c, !1 Ibsu end' of will the' betsorry bsrgafns.when their.neighbor tens' "Right! now" is the time to lay in a supply for the summer, WI e

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:-+,To the boor girl whose letter ,is ) oed first, and found to: be ,correct: ,'the Mejtropolis will give ONE DOL-

LAR. To the second lette opened, with correct answers Mr. E. B. Douglas, proprietor of the :


Ideal Dry Goods Store will *giie ONE DOLLAR, payable at the Ideal JDry Goods Store. .

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-*IHE PRIZEWINNER OF,LAST WEEKS PUZZLES WAS ALICE..1 FREDERICK, OF MIAMI, FLL, WHO CAN HAVE PRIZE BY CALLING AT THE METROPOLIS OFFICE
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Some children hare HAt their pas- B.| Douglas Whltnallj; MlamL Paul C. Tulor.. MIamL Earl CulT). Mt i I i _
; BLANK FORMWhlF lies 'into)this once wltteat alpine Alberta MaJewsktJ West Palm Catherine JtarretL: K1amI. ThoM whose answers were atrto4Fe.nale
ClI1llO. J(1amI. correct ww:
their nanfe and therefore we hare had Beath.Mildred. r
:u> thmwthem .out. This must fc* MIami."JaJte Bertha M. $dmondaon. Miami John Thltpen. M1amLlu. !
to puzzles: ] 'done as i we have no other way ol GlbboM. & Rabb. Miami Hun WaD, OJas: .
knowing jarhose answers. are contained I !' H. Combs Jr MlamL Mary Brow Miami Fred J B ""orton Miami
cut out neat MlamL I Richard Pry Dalila.
: on the coupon. Lilly Hopper I 1r l1e Pates. Miami
I Howard Dlmlck. West Palm Back Gretchen J&net.; Miami t11,1s, Fay Goo4e. pJaLf
F'; to the Puzzle Elsa Halnlla MlamLHarold I
Prize tanner Alice C. Frederick, S. Graham, MlamLElrt :
Miami, Miami Fja. Wilson. MlamL I
.. Dorothy. Mills MlamL/ I t t
that hoa.j) answers were also Virginia Romfh. Miami PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON
= i FJjtshngti Lee. MlamL
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will these Maude Lee. MlamL
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EugenliOeneTS Wo'.f. Key West attention I 1
Hh."ard Wever.
t be written this Coupon. XI will
Wagner, Cocoaant Grove. Mildred White MlamLMay .tDswjnlIIust en .
Susie h>pe. Miami Hamlltoa. MlamL be paJ4 thee not written oa It. No Exception tI this rule" ,
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'r i:; II Louise Icoker. Miami Jflno Palmer. Boynton. : I AnswFn I uefu r
_:TAB: Pimls Answer*. t< fered another prize to go- la con et Germ Quigg. Miami Van. Porter Enloe.MlamLM Miami I MJ to the es ID the NetropoUs toJ rcDI
Uon with the Metropolis, ; which *fflbe A ale Jennlnzs. II tNol.
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The correct inwrr$ the puzzles Sign trfhlen.1; 1I1amLChaL. Wever. MlamLEirl I

>I1last....satawlwa I.....,...,.t.t'I'i one tke donar.To same as,the the girl Metropolis or boy off wh<$>ra w Frederick: Hancock, Stuart. Canova' MlamLSfea I .. . . .-. . .. . . .. .. .... .. .. .. .
1. Beetle. letter is opened second and fonad to Chas. '1emll1&. West Palm Beach. '!hlen Miami .tNo2.

I.a. Jlrefly.Grasshopper.Ladybug. .. 'be dollar correct.at his Mr.store Douglas on Twelfth will give strict(tae. Mac Bow Miami.Clara T Violet|na MUll Stephens Miami.MlamL . .. .. . . .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .
e. .' I or It the child UTe oat ot town, he e. MlamL H met Brown. MlamL : '. :;,:,M 11 I! 1 :::
... Hornet. will mall a check.: This should bein Frede :11: Sulzner, Miami. Berths McNeil.: Miami Cocoanut Grove. i I I No 3.. .. ... .. .. .. .. .., ..,. .. .. :,, .. ...-J1.. ..: .,. ... ..,:.att.
S. Katydid Miami. A cher Coleman.
I great Incentive to the young peole Emmet Bunnell
7. Yellow Jacket .; :. an the harder there. Edith ftnmmel. Miami A. Belcher. Jr. Miami I I :
L Butterfly. Q to.two;try prizes DOW Instead as of one ac< Louis Knloe. Miami. C 4r1 Erl lIIon. Hallandae.: No 1. .: . .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .!.. .. .. .1 ": .
I As wID be noticed by the puasles. thef past i I Ramon Bernice Ball Miami Apes Srhmld. MlamL I : ." .., '..... r. ;;.& ; ... .. S.l!! ,J
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there ar nine to solve this week Florence Wharton Salads X. C. I Ej Mclvar law,, Jr.Miami., MlamLLffllan NoS. . . ... .. .: .. .f; .'. .. .. .1. .-.I.f.{ .. {&.f.J..{
Eleano& Fort LanJerdaie. Graham I
Space has been made;; la the coapo The little girl who won the prs King. .
1' last week answered them again tjils Elmer JCook. West Palm Beach. ; Battle Qnarterman. MlamL .
'for each u4 answer address and of the a place sender for 1I'bJdl.the(,.I seek and again had then all : Luclle Marguerite Peck. ZtlamL Maurice Fandel. Miami No ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. [I.I .. ,- '. ....... .....
name corrtct.l I West Palm Beach: TIelma Tarboron !Miami! I .t.
-.mou14 be written In a plain band so: The Metropolis mailed a check Lacey V-Metcalf I .
_-.'that the names can be easily read I i last Saturday and we herewith Pub ah i Helen Elite Han. Talladega Springs, Jon BtJ'1' Miami.! I Nol. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,,:. .:;.... ... .. ., ..
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Fla June 24.
Boynton
It the to black the Metropolis edge and Office.man it or It.bring must Dear Sir:-I thank you yep m ch I Viola race Miami I. F:1la arpt'r. Borntoq.. I No !. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..,'. .. ,.. .. ...
be remembered that these answers; for the dollar for my puzzles I an'.ir.j i H. CeJjlc Fromberger Miami I Charles tA'IrIt'I' Miami .
i'YiD be received la no other way and ed. I am saving my money to tet Anna Shn! rs, Miami .. Katie Mae Marks. Miami.Effle I No ,. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ..
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be In by Thursday noon. a wheel with to ride to school op. noj'Ie 3ardlue MlamLF. Tlolfi. I
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aroi&d B. Lymaa. Lantana. : Enloe. MlamLTTaiel I ..
'. We note fiat a great many haw They are as easy ss turning I
seat their answers in' on plain writIng this week I made them an but in to! Jessie tee Mullikin. Danla.Catheri Slleoi. MlamLEltzabcPi I Name. .
to'Instructions: of I.was so surprised to I ie Strunk. M1amL Enloe. !IflamL
paper. contrary it. Win close I. Willie [letherington. Lakeland.Brassier. Lop Nelta Grirn. MamLPmma | .
last week and these .we have disre- r I Town .
"June Palmer, Clemeni Key WestRaymo : Morris tnmmns. MlamLResell
'tarded. E.entirely.Mr. B., Douglas, 'proprietor of !'P.- S. I wUl' try) as long as, I I Lee. Miami Hand. Miami I j I
hare &e1.'Doa&1Wt1.. Bcynton. Eo Dolores Conklln.,MlamL
the- Ideal Dry Goods, Store has of- them Hope I get it again.posiorace ,.. .

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f; 1 3 RESOURCES !>B fhe. boat house which was destroy; today on bnslnesa. Millinery Department)

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;ti' a' .D...Bowl la wcm>*cimUtiaa_.. .. ao. and ant class seats
\\'I .' a t1Bo.da within a few day receive prompt of the latest Summer style hats
Fmala.V.S...,.,1'1..... eu Buyd.: _ar-._ )gNLTA by applying to|! Mrs. Arnold. SOl lit) I Designer- '' '"", '" I I
BoIL .. ...Ianl\."........_ y/Oao. !GROVE. COTTAGES. ETC.. MM Street 'Phone 110. .p '\ .
DM.<..- x.ti aal.._"_*""_, ".".*_f'.ern r.a.7i ItcALLISTERB&CK.tBROMIER : I ;;
a.eat./ .
DM lro. SUM Ba.--,11.111I4o k.aid......_ 3..r..a.DM' t ,r ...tiroe.l.r wants te list ymr preperta adiesTailorin ,DepartmentFor
Check MB..av.ewd.. MkT cull tNou ___- L To iBsans Safe imnsunnmBsMball
a' >of otbw..-esrnsc.haltW Ka.l__--.. Boca I I Oliver $Us Out' btreet. carriage and ,evening coa'tnmca,
J Fnctioul sill.per.... .__ s.T.74. : '' WsdMaday I According to the Jacksonville Utropolls .. waists tailor towns and coats:
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i La wf.1_.e.q.__twre._Ia.1Ia...f 1.1e-.us6pade |There will b* a game of base. bal j of yesterday. Mr..L.o.C.. OUTer J I t I
Lm1-.4...___.,__. 7LN 7 "1S..Oolt.de.pgo on Wednesday July Fonb:ca'tniItoral ot Oils dtyj, who some mouths agt 232'Twelfth Street*,Miami. I
-c fuad wt\ll 17.5.T-- Za Palm base ball grounds, be I went 10 JaduonrUle and opened _I I
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clmaJat-J----) I .
, It parent" ,.,.,..pt I teen the New Comers" and the rej' wholesale and! retail tee .cream.and I r I
Total I near Miami baU. am. The team candy factory; his dlspoeedjof the ,
\ \ LIABILITIES wul have the same beep that pUye< ',same to( the W .S. Till CompanyoJ ... t : ; t'p
't te '. .. .aaai DecoraUo4: 'Day i, 't't'ob that city, the management of the OUt
Mek
ViUl < paI4

'__..', .. 01/-CB4ir....Pn1u....aqa..S---.- 'ao.aoo.oe 1.TJ4J3DM : . .1|For Sale L Wen eitabl1sbedi) met''yesterday.it concern having No Information been taken is gives ovei
,1fattRat ;a"---'I.- *taw < tile* bnslaeM paying 1230 a montlIXo a.a }fro Oliver's future buslnenmovements. cijf ffel

f ButeokIWiTfafeuU te.& w..,....:.....>.aid' 'ItTaa 1 [ s prottts for about .$1,8OO.on.eu;, .. '' e
-I ... 'nna. J: H. ,/1'atum A; Co. t I f fI
1 Lw--abtM711.11C.rtla .. ... --
,. jfoct..cMdi:._ -- -.". I ;Furnl hed ho... wanted for fear ,
...... Ica ...-" "1V2I-. '. I'SSE:I MRS. t: MeALUSTKH-KEC, :around.-' Apply to r-RoaM.II..uopol1I., t :.r-: ': .
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J cIIoc".n. .REAL ESTATEiJAodtrn : Offlee. -
BOUT
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l.k.....,... .- !fUS.t41J.A, r,,' ,.- = l I Residence 'I i I, ,IU'Oall&RwtllI\f I II : yew ...... For theWeek endingSatiiirdayr

-t TataJ- 4SCJKVut .... i A larze force of workmen are jaw .. L I t-r __
ri .J : -
01 FsoerdL Ctr.of: DaM..t .} .. : In erecting the handsonui
< ngacefl ProprewingThe
,,'- ...L..U..........C...nay<...itwt1kkaa.ot. .. .if':*'* II commodlou residencies Mrs.'Ir .Ballasting work of rock ballasting the June<
: I
o r .' .ut irt"i. ..tolie bat of y keowf.d.' : na In Fort DaUu Park. The build track of thud..E.:: C. Railway between
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: .""EDW41<.C.ROMFB.Cub: erfier :' I fag will be constructed: of concrete: St. Augustine and South Jack.
: n.t '. tone and when flnlalied will be pn ; kODTl!:>'t>n the north end of the line
-I.: r; ",,W.L ADD t1heimou Worm ,
'f /ff'' I.. r.T. 'Mmsp n .., ESTATE. )tithe distance !having been completed lenV 71 cents'aI \lor shirts..;........... .....V59c For.Shoea. ....;.. worta... ...$110, l. .,, 1.75.Ladlea .
. / ''' .: hbecrI1Ied: ..........to Mon a.ttah' irk y'! II :: HMMM REAL and the company expecting: to'have [
"'4' ,-.-.. -.. <1 [ the other finished by early fan 'After Negligee Shirts are .. Shoes, worth $1.7
\-'t. r'7.. YMAEtifJfoC0lri't.Biaar. ,- ')Pcbatc { ; w Pieinres neatly. framed at Art "Static that tbe {(work' of ballasting and Mliml therack I Keaa"worth 7S cents for..:......... 5UCen' for ...... i........., ..:. ....,
between St. Augustine .
.- I' .; 1215 Avenue. D. [ : worth Boy's Wash I Suits.Bora' w
ahead
i ; will be resumed and rushed [: i Suits, 12.00 64C
4 d'tpmeil btrvdge Machinery is rapidly as possible, though pro for.feojs........ ...._ .... ....... $10 '..AIO..for .t...........i. ....
; I.| A large portion'of' the machinery [teas will .be ;retarded during the winter worth $1M

cg l\ Shoe ,rot the second: dredge to be built a( months by the necessitating numerous train tile t o4 ..shoes.. ... ... ..... ... .. 2.00 1141 W"-J.hlU........ ..... 9k
to.T ':Fort Ijanderdale In cnnedtlon with passing .0ve I' and
Governor Browards Everglade drain right of, war I of the tracks. lens $4.00, Boys Wash I Suits,
kge schemer has arrived at that pas tor..Sboes.orh.c: : ..... 3.50 $ for ,*..... .... I.l.S

Store againSattfdaylme I. ont and Is being prepared for Installation Have you Miami registered Conservatory for summer of Lade. Walking Skirts are Bors Wash f Suits wort

tCompany ks been soon completed.For as the.barge.to carry Ulnas I tfusic term !at worth $tM for............... 3.50 $100 for ,!....a.:..... ..... I JLadle. 9

Lines Towels,worth 25 ct tLaws.
Walking Skirts are
Rent-,rilx room house. Inquire Just received at the Art Studio. In IUO. for.............. 4.c 0 for.... ......... ...!. 19C
-the:3Dtb: of N. B. Ketnejr..m 7th street* wnnection with our designing depart- with "i'
dent: a nice aanortment of llnenjlnenawns. LadJu'VaWJac' Skins are. Aprons worth
; :BROMIER IHMIW. .... IaeMwMraptaln Persian lawn and In.lisn heads. I with $7.00 for............... 5.00 for h..r... ...... ..... lit.laa4rs !!
VUo Pert Lusta.. Kloster Silks and b.

.. i.There''aresomemoreac'rdI I : of Power Beat kl. C., r ..shoes.... .,..worth. .....$100..... 2'.2 Whit 11.00 Covnlerpanes.for: .........worti.... ..... '9c;

:aaltargaiiis:; ) -,being;o tt red 1": captain Walter of Ritlaw.the pleasure.ofjhls city power Is[boat.now Mrs. l3.. H..Bradwell .'
about the of
Abklng. plrlag reaor"" ,
"f '
j. --", -1 Mew--Tor, and wlU remain away until 921 Avenue DUp Isidor hen !; &
fall when he will return to' Miami Y oate.Millinery Cfo.J30 .
The AbUng Is one of the largest boats -
One lot of ilen1 and Bov" .* Shoes, ID go at thia sale 40c of her class being 120 feet In length

for..... ,.:. .-I-. ind very fast Dry Goods, Fancy Notions .
''I A few pairs of. ladies white Canvas Oxfords, at per+f "'-::75cJI.OO -.7 C Fashionable Dressmaking I Twelfth Street Miami Florida
pair.....;.,... ... :...:jvrf. : p. .: I f--- T'' P :Call and Inspect \ ,
A lot of misses and cblldreaV patent leather torn sole t j 1 I R.t S. WILSQN .
t slippers at 75c and...... ..- .. ;,...J..I.' .ij II !
"j-
I I Did Virginia farms.MUd ; ;
: PIPE DREAM* THAT 3MC THUK
andBuilJer I '
ttf lot of Outing Shoes of an Mnds I Architect He caa afford to U all hi*
A i I CHinate..heap !Homes. Send r pipes trap and drains ""lia 181
'.' :.T-a- :7 t'e at 'greatly rtdddrf'prida cc.'s t follows 1T f'I'' \( ( t 'for frets catdlog cootaloio the' repair/ Else: his
FINE
PLUMBII Oj

f J I uj' t"tf; fD'lr .ii f ii'.i f.f : I WID iSnpetintend' Construction oftdldins. ,largest 1st Id the state ? .dream would .tarn'.toSprinaTa .' -,...

Men's' .3.50 tan Rotllllia calf shoes,. stitched; .rubber!>> $3 00 Plim and Spedfl cations. 11 Casselman, &. ,Co. A .dew dropsfrom ber.M roar i that ails.so

ote.atQnG4 tt -_>}/{ >....r-vH<.'-" >M| "' .>- Mlaftir' .. Flertda' |- --IfICIfMO l. WA. '/ h sudden-crop'of boiler lei await hat
- Men's 3.50 white Buck Oxfords, Elk soles; a beaa$2 75 dl # Send for as when you want expert ,,
titnl shoe, at ................... ....... '-- plumbing at low fal... flaeat .....
KeD" 3.50 'grey Buck IIboca. Elk soleare light $215 ;Iraq workmen:' .new. and. |<4< Job t !ca>
... .t. r.Jon.. . .
3\::. Xt* 3.U0,l k'Drac'Canm'bzlordeLtK 1 rJI; ; i $21' ; .&tJ tea e.I 41at ,i1AA 7iI efi.JtiUt de. ..aYOU .. ( 1.w_ I... .- .H:.'..:aeRUGGI" .CO.SHOE .

:, At..-. :,_ .... .. ..... ... ....... ..... '.. -.e iAVENUI D

')lI'n'-3.00'palr.k.black" calf base'-ball.. .'sboessptk.d.. ,, .: at. ........1+: ] $l:25: J AllIllV1tr t'iOll- ,

h.' ''Men's per: *100"Mack'calf"and cloth base ball! *ho s, :: $1"50 I YOUR' HORit'Y

spiked at'.- ...".'.... . ... ...- /. .-." ''.;:f r' ; $ YJ>U*'MARX."
white' canva shoes, leather{Goodyear i ,I t $I C I 10 t.. rag's1 ,+; 71"
Men'aZSO ... ., ... P4 .! *> !It'irH .j A ....
\! laolt..t.:?.:.,. ... T. ... -v .t? I ; 1 d' ,( a + aay, time 'you' send them around do
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white Oxfords, white rubber,, e e' tl right
S Men's 150 canvas $ .. ? the job with eonUderatioa toe
leather inner ax>le.. t '
perforated ole., stitched to + roar anlmaTs feet and. (TOUT pocket.

s' -.),Iea'Z abm: OO..hi......e..canras.Oxford...................,..same... ...style......as.....4.t .... ._$1 .50'. f, ..Oc .1M9 Long experieneA. mpU u Into Iqe
[
t ..yy.a -. -, ,, ."" .. ... --- 4 w L.- ; an cordially jlnvited to call at our new i .,,i Ing we know bow to aa4 te satisfy
., I D, between 1J and 14th streets;lust opened and Fi r; tka every hon owner whoj place ala aa-
.Jt&iiy other ldnd&o! OUU g-Shoes=riot men raid wome 'inspect our Immense stock of wall paper hangings,from Imal la urge care.42J .

f &t?the sam6*rate.d rcdocfloo: ; ; S&mp1es'rwm be oat roc your [the World Famous Robert Graves Co. factory awarded
advertised win be sold from the the Grand"prise over ell compedton'at'the World'Fair SLicab. ... A. DAN
everything
z hea 'mcdythe and. prices JIste4'bere: Cons nand look! AQ the latest novelties 'and decorative effeAa ante Wean
STOCK and we arc enabled to meet every requirement Eleventh etre.t MIst11. tt.i .

f J These shoes are ildfht11dce.lorweulDf'Dbotsummer. days the sole agent for'Harrison paints and carry the following ... ..... ... d ='u'- ':
Colon }
t.it brands Harrison Town & Country. Harrison Pure -.. -, _. ..- .
i I nmiioder of oat line of 'm'cn a Lion brand 1.25 75; Harrison Carriage and Wagon Colors,Harrison White Lead and '

The. and 1.00 shirts. each............ _......... ..... .... .... u White Lead and Zinc Combination: in fad everything in Hani- _.
to .be .old _'. line because Harrison's points''are the best! Theyre
of. Canvas and Straw hats are poet
A lot'tot...:........:. ... .... .._................:... .... .25t made of the beat materials and are [tbe result of over 1M i I
paint making experience., They look the belt ; ; :
.. years of good Therefore the cheapest. # .' RREO
Come' III whether you bay or Dot. Glad to see you: >J you mIss wear Pratt&the Lambert's longest varnishes and spread of farthest.every'description. Every varnish r

r this sage It wID ,be-weI1-1t win be our Iosstthrs aD. 'user knows that Pratt & Lambert's'are the best made and '.

yew will find on hand Spar varnish or'outside wor .No.M :< ,.
Preservative, lit Cabinet Hard Oil Finish for interior. Coach 1
Shoe Body, Rubbing etc:!.VarnUhes for.carriages and so forth. We '
Miami O. '1 i carry a full One of Dozier tt Gays' paints and products. The r

I Muralo Company' Wall Finish in all the different tints-cold. -o: :

Opposite'The Express Office, Avenue D l water paints for in and| outside use In fact everything belonging -
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In'a first-cU paint store wilt be found and constantly \ I iCarries
It 1 hand.We are the paint people. Give us .trial. our goods are .

the best and our prices are right. RESPECTFULLY YOURS. I as man p..toenj.f'rw. :climbs more hills; roe> just u ItI
t. fa.t; UK leis gukoline and tire: i.i safer and mo easily
Bargains at The Armstrong Grocery C I controlled; just an luxurious and comfortable an coats .
Iens I for repair.* than many car. that kit for locbl or treble -
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Send the KEO biwk.that t Its
-- 1 i jt.} price. :: : < why

Fresh 7 bars Octogan Eggs, per Soap dozen for-> .*::: ::::::1.22c

15c Peas.. .. .. ..,' .. .. .. .. .+1
15c can can Corn.-. f 1 : Gus. A.. Muller, & Son Miami Automobile Co
., ibc : :
Choice Prunes, per pound -(
,Matches,. ...., ....I 13th Street near poStomcei
6 dozen ;
Telephone 220... 1309 Avenue p, :.::alT;, Honda:
hPriC

All other Goods at Reduce ; ;l' v /



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TMILLYt9tAGtl THt DAILY MIAMI M&TMPOLIt $ _"JUNE JO, HOC Met BUYS.

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.; : fORt' THE SUUf4ER'GIRL. isKo'Increasing Harper A Carper 1.00 I I &

I k Subscription List Dt JUdota .. .. .. .. .'.... 1.t ,,
I ....... _......... r---. J.1 ._ A Son., 1JK i
Miamilosing .w toJJ W... w....... Sal1m Sa ara ., .. .M
;. i Directory .W It Js the summw gM. sad she K. CUoa!. ......., ......; .nMrs.H.HBrocknen.

1 mfaeolj them la e.tdene r .. ... ..;. .10
*
rerr T. E. nan .. ..
Daily. .. .. .. M
f Hm |hat the days are warm eaonlb Islam Sataya .;"./;. .10'
I V for outdoor functions .ada''u' make Mrs. H. h.: BroadweU 4
Tit.Out find In .SO
of Town bor. and those within tfce city will "
.rch&n-.nd.r Guff and, flommer/\ dies pesslbl. M. Cason i. .Ie
stow ttw address.S of Miami
'I rink t clasaHleO h arim for Pady ........noe.*; I! die Jiang woman aforesaid appeals la CbaTUe H er.. .. .. .. .... .$3Jas r// -
all tae dainty laces aDd lawns thatwere i .AI win be seen by tbe catalog list FraDk Cobb .. .. .. .. .. .. .10 Paet.t.ota'Ie
:hidden sD for the aajwerlptlon committee appointed .10 ATTORNEYS AT W.
awaj mdf the

.. a. eitcvBNPeeler I Jo eanvjtss the city for contribution S. Bakerf. .. ..
:*.-... MAOY A CO. days the! they shonki bs required. to defray the expenses of the celebra s. o. sKsby .. .. .. .10.50 .'.......... W..........Wm
Fred Fruit* And'TeawtahU* la Draft, Yataatdth MejOnoes For Jcarden parties and /or an nebfaDc'daM lion of Khunl's tenth anniversary as N. F. Zelley .. .10 a1b.umwtanewIOU.M pi Jig
ToCe ArtJoJes. tatto : as ma/ be hrid .nt of doors city on the 25A. Z6th and J7th of .P TC.s i-
j J. W. Wrptaml ... ... .... .. 10
Bureec/Corl: IX ti6 m3. A. ? D .c.\. 4rlp |taff* in checks, small plaids I. month are doing rood work. S. Sawyer ..... .... ... ... '.10 'J.nottw. i I Nlstii. .
: Liu Arecoe < and fiM tialr line strips are..... Tb* Without the cooperation of the citizens ....
{ ..
Fancy" 'Groest(., Hay Grataan t G. BoI ... ... ... .w
MR*. C. C. MCK, beckl an* best hiked nowerer. Black this celebration would not bt a'' J. Combla..... MlUttle 'Ka"'J'wtmsc ; and White, dark indigo blue aDd white. access bat It Is almost certain to ..I.. .. .. .. .. .... .w
&ea1 mate I j I gray and white and brown and whits be the grandest ever held In MiamiJThote i J. F. Coleman .... .. ....... .w Seymour & AtkiAttorneys U.
4. B..UMIMU: mite X 4. ( and,.l;j J are alnong these avwas. It.. probsbU who hare not already contributed Cu. .\ .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..10lr. and
IIedq': '.. uwrl.a. 'Onto.i t213 T..IN sheet ..nuau.ruWILftON tbat'tber will be liked unnsnaQj well should do so and the man appointed I ) .. V.TJiItpea.. .. .. .. .;.. .M ,
HUOOUMTON (or the whoto sBserri, for they are .. to canTass your vicinity wil) no Cash .. 4-. .SO Counselors At Law
>.Has; ana 1'4Idusers. Istaleail A neat and yet s. dressy so food aboutsbeddlnL doubt be ta your place of bnstneu or Clifton JacksonManJ .. .. .. .. .. .. .10 cUI ages il MMilc:.l Ie tB Mta,
.SU. IXh, StrMCjTHI :l M1am1. na. Real .1>v.riatx dust aDd so pretty at an house'In search of a contribution' Chase .. .. .... .... .w Nay as.. Laacst '
; m 1.1 T.sJ2t>t trust .1 &. Is.. 21me.Y that thy met tall of BopolarUy I be>> appropriated to this cause and to Jan Bradford .ts Rooms 50 4 7.Frin BJdr.. lam!
| And besldca. dIeT rev a small t that end the Board of Trade has the W W. Sawyer .. .... .. .. .. II "- : -'
.MAGNOLIA. .OROCEftY CO. ,"J.cAMPiLLCr.: : matter In hand and a success Is their .. .
fsttoa In laundry bUlL The: treatretdlffleaky 8. M. Foster. .. ..... .11 I
.Dealer/In_ Untr-n-*. H.r AaJ :Dealer to Dry] flood*.:'CtoUtec tn etrnmtentm with tbe men' chief aim. The fJ.000 asked fonts J. A. Sawyer .. .. :. .u G.A-Wprley
6, "* Gflot** IteBlateg|I dalatj and more seesoeaMs lace and (xnuU to make it0 as he finance E. winiams .. .. ..u
Gnu
basis .,*, aheerixsbrics to that tt costs about u committee la composed of men of bneIL > laan .. J .u
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Oar. 4". ,n "nd etk St.- Miami. r1tt. "n' AIM' J" > M experience long headed and Attorney Law
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Dr. Fuller .
Braek;a* a new" frock **ery time they } ..j| I IJ1G
aa r bare 11o! be laundered So as taffeta their wisdom In matter of this kind H. G. Beasley .. ...... .jj }. TRelfth s4|, 1O m1. ,JT< riOeo *
ts looked upon to be of Ike-highest
heckle: so mum looser tired and eoaraebjeaslrr : I ak

Wm. CurryTs :Sdri dema d to- bar deanM. It .. Ia Cause who The hare are names herewith already and siren contributed amounts'of having to those beespaid the MAYOR I HWCll/S PROCLAMATIONTo ". ,M..;;Bobbins d' '

A gds fer Is of crisp
a garden party to the various members of the TtttuvtUeFU. .
black fend white taffeta check, trimmed subscription Committee and Corned Prope y Owners and: Citizens: Attorney! and Cou for

: Florida with seep edgings of rtda.black got-, tn to the Finance Committee: ,. You ait hereby caned npoa to pot
:so. Key West. I pore d iaet oa the elbow aleeres aad C a Watson .. .. .. .... fTS.OO your premise* In a sanitary condition At Law ,
NtADOUARTLRe"RoA: '_ ..# rq j dowD dIe front of the rtcJnIloaIUta... apf Bros. .. .. .. .... 60.00 cleaning them of weeds trash and another 'fUJ fCfC'lcllle all.Fsst, !, State sad)) Sisal
I bat petty bolero. _The circular: skirt illsml MetropoUa .. .. .. .. .. 60.00 unsanitary matter, or msterUl. -
q Ship .Chandlery; Building t 41.1&14 In flat oaderfolds. aad down te B. r. Lasseter .. .. i. .. .. .. 15.00 When this-; material ls gathered up the ;
when] they are released' sre sblrrlags A. Forsell .. .? .. .. .. .. .. 11.00 teams of }he Board of Public Works Hudson & BogjteAttorney.it
Materials;* Of Alf Kinds.laid :, of bUck sitm ribbon forming fancy Gas A. Muller Bon .. .. .... SS.M will remote such refuse to the dumpIng ,
modfi .Tbe girdle Is of shirred black T. V. Moore. .. .. .. .. .. 21.00 pour a. -:. k law
"', J. A. McDonald. .. .. .... 15.00 lean nftotTyo to cSo'Wa" behalf JTI
Ice'Sham raari_ ," Railways;,'Mackltt*fiKop ..Pr&wfAllkindotrepeifiBC. Kea |ne small roood sailor banK W. N. Hall .. .. .. .. .. .. .. SS.OO of the health of the city and uk lOll Towmter Baildiaj.:Miami. id&LlQ@D.

... satin straw Is made Into a becoming Prank T. Budge .. .. .. .. .. .. SS.OO to aid the!city to this extant ,
.. .- { I thing by the addition of fluffy white John Sewell Bro... .. .. .. 1J.OO \\1tJaeaallD7 hand and .seat of the I.
"\,..,<.'aooit x tahortett plume around tbe low crown and of E. B. Douglas .... ... .... ... 15.00Miami city, thisAttest 7th day of Jane A. D. IXH. ? / > r
., Boiler aad Steam Fitting can #
I set tat of Grocery Company ...... 21.00InthonyRomfh
pink Jbeea loop narrow black John SeweO.JIayor.. .
a notice, in,the butpoul"le manner bT expert skilled tAt fUt"* vetret ribbon along the back arranged Ca .. .. .. .18.00 ow.erer..Iak wok .ahsest Cna.than

to bold tbe bat at Its surprising angle I W. M. Burdln .. .. .. .. ..21.00 ; it. R. KeDDIeClert ...eaa:
on tbii bead White elbow stores and Dr. Abernathy .. .. .... .... ..'11.00E. of City. MA"'.,.> :.4 rLORtOJ .
w1 a pink tsffrta parasol aide.otlr.ly L. Brady Co .. .. ...... SS.OO (Seal)
plain this handsome Red Cross Pharmacy .. .. .... SS.OO by Commissioners of Public
[complete
really
See D ;BurnhamMiami and mefnl rammer coetnme.Tne P. CJlendorff".. .. .. .. .. .. SS.OO Dr..James M. Jackson Jr.
: for the J. W. Watson .. .. .. ...... SS.OO Gea A. McKlnnoo. ,
!faaey prlaceM skirt still
growl| aDd the bolero adds to Its at- John Seybold pnartertnu .. .... SS.OO Appro"1 President of Board. Oft c.w 121tSt:..ibe wlkpdtetlhlea
Bnrdlne ........ 25.00
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; R.
Kellom.
.. .The .alld Speoialist tractlToeea. But there Is a sensible ;
Surgeon McDonald Lumber Co. .. .. .. 21.00 ail
Clerk of Board.NOT'C& .
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Idea tn the thick linen waists whichare ..
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a. W. Rhodes .. .. .. .. ...... 10.00 l I r, ,
Mti. i t Iw X rt' { .d Km! strictly; tailor made and worn with H. T. Whaler .. .. .... ., 10.00 TO q '! t. & "
U you are a anfferer horn'any-,Chroa1,Disease, LTcer;TnmorIf Cancers tailored skirts and jackets u well as llaynard .A Son .. .. .. .. .. 20.00 CRiorroRs ,

or Blood.Disease, Catarrhal! Diseases of Head.;Throit the boW Miami Hardware Co. .... .. 20.00 tf
any Stomach Dvspepclatndifret, Rectal I lp la one of tbe best abo&>.-&U of the lildor Cohen ....... .. 11.00, ... Court Ue County Judge State DR. W.. Bl USH.
Lung, ,WJ.1a. highest class stores are eal1ed.'abopa' W. H. OaUle a soo .. .. .. .. 11.00 I of norida. .. -
Diseases. .Female. Disease DO saw many noTelt'.ue for the Miami Telephone Co. .. .. .. 15.00 I In re estate of tiles trf-inii ctri,on...U
.... -i <- C"' "JIJ! a. summer, among them pony salts, box J. Hubbard Cheadiam .. .. .. IS.OOl'Jacob Hsnsea. Dade Commty. .(..l4t.r,d lei LII&.

? All Latest Electrical Aids. Homeopa'Jiic Medicines I Eton: Chapes and princess shapes laAne C.-a Leffler .. ;. .... .. .... 11.00 rc'T.) .I! Creditors, Legatee. DUtrlbw-
cbertot. mohair in colors and Julias Smith .. .. .. .. ...... 15.00.1 rote an4 all Persons sting Claims :, MUM. +
Co. .. .. .. ... or Demand against said Estate
remedies Miami Furniture 15-Mj
work
|t t | f and,,a large stock Specially ptepared for FpecislC. ,' Yon anf each of .
D ale Coanty Furniture Co. ....15.00 yon awn hereby tt .
"- W. I:. Tonno .. .. .. ...... 11.00 I!noufled and required to present any j J.H.F.: : 'MuIklt M D.
ladies laid Always AttendaDce A. Dosne .. .. .. .. .. .. .. !claims'' and demands which "yom or .
I D. B. Knight .. .. ..... ... 15.00 '.tlber of yon may hare ap.Jaa the Offleei Booms i IM 4Fri '
Trsnk Callat .. .... .. .... 15.00,I estate of Jacob Hansen deceased. Ute eell BuUdtsg s
r Upstairs in Metropolis Building. From'9 a. in. to 4 p. m. Sun. u. ptedRITTYBOTEIRg aik1V Miami Shoe Co. .. .. .. .. .. 15.00 I of Dade county. Florida, to the tader A
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h f j II i Empire Store .... .. .... .. .. 10.001L I;signed executors of said estate. with OlIn 10 m. to II m. 11 >I .a.
E. Rlckmer .... .. .. .. .. 10.001'i iMlaxt 'in two years from the date hereof.. Reideee 141. IOCIt treek-
I : t Bottling Works .. .. .. 10.00 J Dat.4JnedLA1100. b

W. A. Lofton .. .. .. ...... 10.001 Carl Lanea. FRED HUTTED.9reer'al .,
r, Keller A Lasseter .. .. .. .. .. 10.00 Baa OUd....
I 'f, 1 carton A Clark .. .... .... 10.00ceorre Executors. I Coatractor.
j Worthington .. .. .. lo.w OradlnK.Blaetlna.
MaGhiri0f: ShO'p' Pred Rutter .. .. .. .. .... .. 10.00 j Stomach Trouble I I .
.. .. .. Welle
Sewelfs Tailoring 10.00 But! I Drilled. Sktewalk
.. Magnolia Grocery Co. .. .. .. 10.00 Mrs. MarUn. an old had highly i.,
Armstrong Grocery,Co. .. .. .. 10.00 respected Resident of Falsonis Mlsa.
Agents: ,for lie; New' Erii'Gas' Kngines. Oasole le Jaudon Bros. .. .. .. ...... 10.00,jwas ski I with stomach trouble for tf. C. Maynard

arid kerofene engine 1 ropainng SPECiAL rle Hughes A Co. .. .. .. .. .. .. 10.00.i more tha J six months. Chamberlain's ,
Chase A Ca .. .. .. .. ..... .10.00 I I.j Stomach and Urer'Tablets cured her. ORADUATCOPTiCIAN.With
General Repair Work Dade County Security Ca .. .. 10.00H. 'She says:]"] can now eat anything I Maynard Son. JewI hlr
... F. Scran A Co. .. .. .. .10.00 I 1 want and jam the proudest woman it 9A.a..D
SEVENTHSTREk'T: ? T' MIAMI... F rDA John Frohock. ... .. .. .. .. 10.00'. the world]to find, such a good medicine Xi.1aR.ttb.wlGE0
j. H. Taram .. ..... .. .. .... .10.00'C. 'I ," For sale by Blscayne Drug
H. Qaatler .. .. .. .. .... 6.00 co. and &\\1 druggists. Samples "'"'. : 'L: McDONAljP
I t .A. J. Campbell .. .. .. .. .. 6.00 1, pro bJutrI !
peo. .. .. .. .. S.OO I
B. L LaMeter .J. C. Lumm I J. R. Campbell .. .. .. .. .... S.OO & +r.srug urn l.bdlvMIat Lu4a .
,J. B. Hawktn Johnson Tompkins .. .. .... 1.00 Johns m Tompkins COOOAJrVT.oROn., FLA
J..A. Worley... ... ......... S.OO t I IJCrTJ.
The Miami -Grocery Co. It r ,. Vereen ........ ... .... 5.0111 C.: DttfAKMO
Hudson Cycle Ca .....;..... S.OO land WALTER
R.,F. Hoyle ..... ...... ...." S.OO 5 10 GentVaFi .rO
,
-- Staple end .fancy, Groceries Dade County Fur. Co. (branch S.OO I ,1'teO't e

Cohen's:<< branch tore .. .. .... 5.00
PRUITSaod VEGETABLES: Cash .. .. .. .. .... ........ 5.00 @ty Store:: 1210 Are. C Miami. feU
aDcF.t :f MedKellnm .. .. .. .. .... .. 1.00 .
Our stock of rracerics is complete 11 i we can supply i i'r (I ;
pmrnA puss oosTmcm a 3. Satan. ., .. .. .. .. .. S.OO
about eTerything required in the baking line. Our aim is to keep blackjf:likewise white panamaa and R:Eo lJaU .. .. .. .. ... .... S.OO : I Ito" The Chapman House
only the best class of rroc rita ud our prices on them will!pe retllags. The Tuxedo salts are H. C. Budge .. .. .. ....... ..... S.OO .
found to be rl bt. Goods;delivered t promptly to any part; of the pony R.'](. Klnf. :. .. '.. S.OO 0&..;; P.W. CHAPMAN.. Prop.aur '
city. Our fruit and vegetable stock always fresh.'**Gire as a call: really lees,will attractlre be ss much to the so eye when aDd doubt-worn. W. J. Brown .. .. :. .. .. ... S.OO. fir. II <... > a.am.arose per 4*,....1 f botaru Kp. UI.ky
Be1nLD'Bros. .. .. .. .. .. .. S.OO aura 11 mU*. M..k tit Palm fcamikraal tea
Gray soft wool In shadowy stripes 1* ," \ &... f<..i.t Ca".U imam*Ik. ptMi ,...
.. .. .... ;
Cornice Ca 1.00
20 335 Twelfth Street Miami i Florida ? pioneer 1.I4.aa4 wl.t.r.,aM->..f $wth.rr r r..
Telephone made!into salts with a short walking
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"- Gea C. Bones .. .. 1.00 s. .. .u...e.I a. rOcaaa b.tN..
'I I It skirt piped, or otherwise trimmed with A: Cooler.;.- .. 4. .. .. .i .. :. S.OO D.lray. Flo Ida
., white pipings or braid and In all ease C. H.'Lyne ..... .. i...... S.OO
td tbe wick upon them I*u fine and cars. RI tty Bra .; .. .. .. .. ...... S.OO :
.IJ40 ... rally Bone u U tt were for men's garnent4 ). A. Conrad'.... ..... ...... 1.00 For tin or granite gran,' dih pus. A.'W. GrahamJontrnctor
J J j.. .. I sad we all know they Just grow Redmond B. Oautler .. .. .. .. S.OO sauce tais; :+caki mi, 'yi It' plates x
t.g.tiler..Tbeskirts are mostly cat la UL'W Oramllnc .. .. .. .. 1.00 C Si l1ft1s. .carer'Bftitet and .'and Builder ;
W. ) Brown drcnlfcr shape, which: give them a flae R. E.: Chmfer..,.. .. .. .. .. S.OO coffee jtritaen, buttal! spoon,'efl Satisfaction
nM ;Borne of these pony salt are IV. O. Meat .. ..... ..... ... S.SO Gaaraatswd.
: madelof fine broadcloth finished with A.:B..Wmyt .'. .. .. .... .... S.SO beat?ri, wood bowls dairy pant cot- : ..rIr..th.4
I J tbe'most.exquisite neatness, and anat C. J. Rose .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S.SO fee potvromnf pins, ok: mixers "7.1..t..t.w.a._ |,n.rw.- BelSM rears.p ttad I
a '* with braid...The nee of J. W. Graham .. .. .. .. .. .. S.M mop bandies and any jmaQ article eat CU."_ ..- .X1aa
,,' Mid) ** trimming baa become will 1. 8. Gennsk .. .. .... .. .... S.SO used about the Iso se. A1sI. nice

Sanitary nigh talrersat Everything has It applied M. J. Ryan .. .. .. .. .. .... S.SO be .t ootioBS. Ootfittentor Expert1TypewritRepairing
i la some way.Black taffeta toatoe T'.N. Gantler .. .. .. .. .. .. S.OO :
Co.:. .. .. .
-4. employed to develop these pony Sheben A 1.00
Plumber otta),and M are gray and black .ki- Ed. Hughes .. .. .. .. .. .. .. S.OO '
Wens and serge of flae quality. A few C.'-Ft toot .. .. .. .. .. .. S.OO: Ugh Housekeeping
,, oadow plaids are ass too. made Into F.'A::Root. .. .. .. .. .. .. 'S.OO >. c PRESTON.
bto style of aaIt.'j Dade Pharmacy .. .. .. .. .. .. S.OO P.aBox311
I .. .. ... JOe 9th St. |
Whit are caned with small rigidI.'egann'of 8. B. Aultman S.M ;
: tab Kit ,. SlebeD'l; Co ... .. .. .. .... S.M Johnson 6 Tompkins
.44; 1O19 Ave. D M Miami expreeslon.Inconsiderable J. F. Ross A Co .. .. .. .. .. S.M Emil A.r r EhmanrArchitect
/ furor'a by no means J.-F.'Roee A Ca .. ...,.... .... S.M 1117 Areaae D Mknd, FlorldiMoieyTOLoan ;
number e<; tbe new summer gowns.Heaty. :
., 8. B. Anttmaa .. .. .. .. .. S.M .
IF i linen, white buff blue aDd I Schelble A Entwhlstle. .. .. .. S.M
n- -' '
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some,;other colors to made up ra circular -; C. H. Bradley .. .. .. ._.. .... S.M I
f FIRST : skirts and snort Jackets, mostly toEtousbape. I H., F. Ranlereon .. .. .. .. .. 1.60 West Palm Bison Floijlda
ri Hors = Shoei* Intended to be worn over : B.' L. KOla .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00
tbe I. J Jt waists are made up la tbe most rigid Acme Botttlnr Works .. .. .... 1.00 Merritt & Kolb
AND DISEASED HOOFS SEE taOor) style with no'trimming: except W. C. Weight. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 \
the frost plait which to frequently. Harper Harper. .. .. ... 1.00 Red Estate,1 Rentals; a 1C.
!-. F. LcFotttisee_ 708 t' studied with a fine or two of bobbin Dr. Jandon .. .... .. .. .... l.M t
7thlT cord4 Plain pearl buttons finish tbe J. F. Blanton A Son .. .. .. .. 1.00
.. .. .. .. .. .. tee. C. rear 12th St. )fi mi. 1,.
front'! The dark blue linens are really :Arthur Byron l.M On Short or Long lime
.. kandiome when well made and they It. N. Tatttm. .. .. .... .. 1.00
I look Jn t as wen after'their Immersion A. G. Joiner .. ... ......... 1.00 DR. E !IM. LAW
E. .. ID tie tub 'ss before as do all tile Waters A Moody .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 easy. Pa)menus .
A. Robinson tneni. has.:: Oxer >.. 1.00
.. .. .. DENTISTFinle4UatJng
Sortie of tbe buff colored linens are Porter" .. .. .j 1.00
almost as coane as crash and. as It to Mrs. T. B. Brunner. .. .. .... 1.00 I
Contracting ElectricianTel. not /or their beauty that they are raraHa .. .. .. .. .. 1.00 !
mad* tt must be for their wearing M. T. Martin.. .. ..' .. 1.00, Artistic Work borougMy
216.. 1019 Ave. D, Miami Fir riHa qualities OLIVE HARPER. E. J. Sweet .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1.00\t Oade Go. Security Co Executed
Graham .. .. ..
Walter S. _u ; 1.00 Hari UM Meat Meeem AffUa*..


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low( Sara Metlth Fairies : ,. local!Ites,'CtrdV" Ii[Effect ipfl' If, iNS.w .


r ,>(1 WAFER FLOWERS. vn .EEAS DCmI IIOt1>EIow I -u*> CT.t .

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FineChocolates NE Bb&t low atteru.ttmeknh I "I'to a very aeriona thing your maj- The wide awake little girls can d ail '
'I a good iral of l'IIt..t1 lu tin |>"rttj I
0 stale into die pMeD.I .eatyjf abe aald. i.T.j
could work of. mating flowers of culoiW
It WM ao dark that abe i The queen sited flow shall we
I wafer .
lut aDd 'tun oh freer I *
not Bad ber way
{ i tumbled many tmeI before f acWng j Tlie godmother looked at Sarah pair The of article erlMioni* ut>e l d aN a penknife a NNI U lei :' ] : 1t Yt :i :
a pair of plaroera af
I "Since! abe
I the roae garden. like to use ber can to
< and aome Cue wlro. pnrft na florlut nee and a Y.. W Y.iu
Sbe bid tafleat l Jtee rehear aecreta not -
behind
i tbe meant for her .
I ,I a box of t'olorpU'waft. .
I a.Tbe Iw
I kept very qntet I why*not torn her Into a and .
; cap saucer I Dspos' ,
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tint thing to 1o l. to mt out a lip. .. _.. tats
fairies played witS 'I .
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i Bbe bad heard that tbe only cue carr f tap. tsp. Mp.Ii t
and. j Jn the garden at nte" but that they | "What abort her red hair rlbbonrjahejkaked. 1 disk of white cardtxard. wbh-h may be Hp j ".. 0-- S }
4 j neatly done by laying a cola on the ."
f; j never came out If any bur and glrla j **M 1 Ar._ w s.r..ea r
j were there I "bat win make a band for the so-i.I.111 l ..r ...
Bon Bons80c I Sbe walled to long that abe grew car> answered tbe godmother waving;' A ::: f cops .. 0 n. 4wea_ M UIppm 1 8pA

both tired and eleepy. For sane Urn her'waDel. n m pr
i there was not a Bound except the erIck.I Sarah did not want to be made Into) Bi 11lpp. ... B t Np
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j / lip err _. 'I'1u.U .._..... ._e sass
I I I eta. Then there was tile falnieat, tort a cap aDd aancer. She put ber band
'of a' crmx* on die garden pith.na ore* her "I'll.to nave them when theiodmotber S a.' _E* _'....-.__. A. 1 U res.
per J IbI two little tallies with a firefly on ( touched her with ber mali' .. .. p.u .
f Daau.
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either aide, appeared. | waod., J ...... I 1 Mppsi ._ ."aId! t 1xep i Ii as 1
I p They were walking arm In mrm, talkIng "for being a whisper girl Sarab ahall i o ...... / .. _Ilboans. .. U.,... n.au.
merrily. Ua they be 1 Iorlp. .. ..... .. 117P 'IslamUUsm
and langhlng cop and saucer for eight boar J ...., ao,.
drew near to Sarah they pawed. Wstantly Sarah changed. At first tt 1-. I 4IOpa K Lada 1... k ri n.." t
I 1 mar Up. rla.e_ 10 sea,. U "_
"Why not alt bere on the IttyTlearearasked din not seem such a bad pnnlxhment try 1 per .17_ .._ u'-u. ?" 10 17_ U taps
BISCAYNEDRUG I the fairy In P"I bees but abe soon found that abe wu 'imsq, u.a ". toou -
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"()b, yea," answered the |fairy In ml abll. I I Iate' llaa Ire. ..- /. II... 151i5. '
I bine. Then you can: tell Me before. '' wu standing on the anraery.hdf e... -- ....::.. ,.. .- N--
I ,.- .....I. use ..--
.' tbe other come." ] when none came in. Of coarse JI&a 1.0.- .. "M hbi....- ; ..... J' '''' I'I.
I "Of course" Sarah beard the fairy In be* did not know''tbe cup nnd sanest' .... ,. .... Ion. t.. .... '

pink you promise not total ireaeecret" was Sarah. WIth her one ear Sarahbeard 1 sa 161 j. .of .ode'.. "" 1'" r .naa..
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COMPANY ._ 101"
'n | her say: j C1_ D.u. .... t1 -
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"Ob, 110, I won't tell" answered the l- -tJC:1lck-take-cup." J J... lelOpII .1.....a 4 I. I 1- .
,Sales r 'I I fairy to Woe. -"1 lore aecreta.1* She, was able to bear only rrert l IIIIJpa IIsa* tl i 5s. 1-i ,h
Agents m > + ;
TIle fairy In pink leaned{forward. other word. I r1 i u-p.,.t;;" I... U IpM1sewPulse -Iij
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the apoka. to loch a low vole that' Snrae poured out some medicine Into 0
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Tel.3;Cor. 12 St. Ave D _. a I.. .IV ITBa.ll ,!', a.lt '
k t tR ts 1lA1'NIIt atsatl
wf tMb wh L fs- e,
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yy'y 1 / Il !< W00 Ltes ...7ok.s..m. f- rae.1
Ire it Ilap tJe.tN..k.e.ttne.. _tr lei a .
G. M.. DYKES 1 ; ; a i Bop f Bop,to 1MaW Dsea I au.too.. 1 rasa it to* 1 ifBOJCCLU

w ss: / U/osA. $s .. .Lr tM'U t
334'Ten Street II\ ;
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f \\ -IB! ocaw ran SIEHSfflF! ,coleus noise AT, IlI&ta.

AH kinds BlKkMttfagWork. ..d. Repair f I f ; ... 4 \":
Q si .. C.-w4. .elaetj oar Stl-"s ..,.e r. a.. L L-d..pq i.
w..... Brill le Order. ..$ -ref ti'. '

,"ORSeSltOt'NG\\ ;" f x { l li .use or warns n.o..... Havana and! Key J _V'Vest' -3i:,

I. board and cutting carefully around It / Two Sailing Each Week. w
rkF. i i ; Bore two little bole, to the disk aud '
r run the wire through them, twisting Tern DUckwc* PMMMen; at SkiI's'.....-, N*.,.......,.. _
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It Into a *stem'u shown at A to the Ilustratlou.
LeMomli II I .... ......WUeIIi...,.. .. ..........sod I.
Attach a yellow wafer to Ein.'sIIIas rrW'" WIIftl_e. ..a& ...ti.-..M4sapselsi .._ v s
I: the center of the disk, anti around It j:1' ....,eNy.ourwMewwsArsg r.a.1

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Wonderful Hea'er place fivir red wafer Per Cefjr .t the LOCAL TIMB CARD er Obis ...... ..
On the ml wnfrra place Ore whitebait '

CURfS. j I wafer* rertlrally, aa shown at B. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

f F. and between the white and the red put. J. Di RAItNEK. AML QeaO. Paw. Aft;; 5T. ''AucJUST1K&: 'MLA.
Inflamatioo, Cut....Brniaea,'Burns; rose colored ones at an angle of forty.Ore .
I Chapped Skin, Roughness, Black decree a*shown at C. ,I f ;' ,
beada. Pi mplea and Eczema. Keepa : These ro.'or are merely nnme.tlonii. '- .
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Complexion. soft, amooth and reah r" Any may IM used that your fancy may I' t
'. L prefer Having made aa many Bow-
i Price C: 23k;tl 1 .1 era aa you think neceaaary, add ferns SEABOARDAir

or srasw*to complete the bouquet The .
Sold bj Biscayne Drag Company. effect Is quite pleasing. A unsgextlon

,.. I of It may be seen In the second Illustration 1 !
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..I. : ,.J.,., .. '. For HI. IfvUm. Ck._ I I' 1- t-
; A big amber colored cat named Ted.
Savannah. Columbia Camden Southern Fines
., who bad always been moat careful of I *
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{ bla ways, t..lllnto bad hiNts last anm- R.1loigb. ,:'Richmond,.washIngton, Baltimore,
mer. Be appeared at the door on aucceaalre j Phlladelphia'New' Y rk. *
day with a pigeon a aparrow ,
Two Elegant Trains
Daily.
and a robin to his mouth. The boni .

ABOUT. fled house mother Immediately tied Seaboard Express I jSeanoard Mill
three little bells to the cat' collar to
-WILLT HER RED HAIR RIBBON Pullman
I I. I II ___ : prevent a relation of his mbdeed Modern Equlproent.4N /
I Tbla seemed to work well for a time. I '
Merritt & Kolb I Sarah could not bear ::l. the rap.. It was ao bitter that S1sh aa the tinkle warned the blrda of dan :y LSNE
down and In of
doing ao could feel herself abrirel up. Then cer. r ,
the lily atatta with a load notee. none took her by the ear. which.:was Suddenly tile bella dteappeared. A opentitt dtlir i-watf sleepers Iron JielMiftili to Ira Orlausf
= "Some one la Uatenlng exclaimed the handle of the cap. Sarah screamed lox of bent neb u are leWD on chll-
die fairy In pink. Then aba saw Sarah. but aura did not bear her Lacy took dren'a wonted rrtoa. was purchased
Who are yon," abe cried "'aDdtt: tbe cup and drank out of It j t. and u tut aa a bell came off another
REALlTATEIARQAIN are you doing beret" : ,1\. ''' The anne washed It to soap and, water. was tied to Its place on the collar. Fo full iifartution aad sleeper r.ertrauoii, put ou any aged el n

"My name la Sarah." rtpUed Sarah. This war terrible. Sarah surprised One day a big tiger cat which was Seaboard,or write
She did not answer the other qoeatJon. that abe did not drownIn f Tees constant chum was dlacorered '

MIAMI FLORIDA -'. Han you.ever been let.* before some way Sarah reached thee kKcV calmly chewing the ribbon that attached 4 o. MCDONNELL IsIt Gl1I. has, L'. I!ICUODI 1I81! Ia.
aaked.tbe to bl... 1 '
fairy
i..l.f-! .6 ".' and stood with the NIt of the.cnpe the bells to Teffa collar. The
Sarah ahook bet head. I and queers oa the pantry abelf. J TIN mystery was solved and after tbat we F. C. BOYLSTON.. Jr..'Pass. Alit.t .
Ton ace- abe;began The falrtea cope and saucers were baI1 .qurreJ. entertained our friend by tying a bell

.. ', did not"bead- her; De7 were repeat-, Ins They an tried to get to the;back on his collar and putting him on tint tr
f ..,'., log __ I row. ao aa not to be naed. Two green bed beanie the tiger cat The instant '
;' .: -r-! "Her name to Said It to the fiat rape ran for the same place and taR be discovered the bell tile tiger began', I -r !
.. P""H." :,I time abe baa been here"} u one was about to secure tt the angar to chew It off Atlantic '
Presently they AId:_"The queen win bowl dropped Ita top off. This afairtied What we would like to know la this: Coast Line'
be lien aoon. WIleD abe Come abe will them ao they ran together with a Craah. Did Ted ark him to remove tile bell or -
decide what to to be doni" I|| breaking each otber'a beadle -off. Of did tbe tiger cat dislike the sound of '

Sarah did not know what that meant, conies after tale they could not bear at die tinkle tinklef-Excbange. ,
bat abe answered poUtety:" j It I a1L I IAa THROUGH 8CHEOUUI ;

-Oh.. that.wtn be JoDy," | Sarah war the youngest cap abe 00........_ THtM. 'V'uginl
c She tried to talk with the fables, tart;1 j j bad to stand to the front row. JPTbeni Many boya and girls and many Florida, Georgia Alabama, North Carolina
they pretended not to heir her. Before.:i cook came to the cram: pitcher puabed Kiowuupe aa well are often to doubt and South i
\w..e are Now,Readyto burnish long the queen, many fairy, I ber Into cook'a banda about the capitalisation of a man'" Carolina
godmother*, tolbwed7 ; j 1 f.' Tben cam the wont of alL ', title., It la not customary to nee the The great Highway of Travel I between

Tribune;. 'SnclJ'and Tbe fairy.In pink harried .up to her i Cook poured bot coffee Into berf gar capital except when It precede the
and wbtepered In ber ..;. ; | I ah gave and a start that abe aptOed I name of the penon. For ua mple.;wej '
; The queen atralghtened her crown M : tbe coffee Into tile aancer. start| I j ftbonld write King John. Judge Parto. (r orida and the East and \West North ani Sooth 4

: other abe eat down on :Urge-toadatooL. uri When be finiabed ab* d to Dr. Brown Farmer -. but to writing -

.b tog: I I plunge Sarah into a Urge dlabpaa ef of those perwo In a general way OoovtDi. ot Serrioe. Elegant Pullman Kqaipmen Xafnlfleeni Dialoa; Cu
'"Bring her before me at once.' Shi bot water. I I II I we Mould not capitalise the titie.. as

:t-tmakes Bicycles turned and said aometntog Inc 1a lent Sarah sprang away and fen to the 1 "Tbe king renewed the army." "Tbe I DIXIE FLYER
'1 j.. Yr voice to the godmotberaj who exclaim Boor, making a loud aolae. She bad doctor war sent for" The farmer Route of the ) -
.J.H .. ,;; .',>! ,.J J eel In eborus: -I f :' broken Into a hundred P't( I I ""lei." etc. :Many pereooa capltalbw Celebrated V: FLORIDA AND WEST INDIA LIMITED

} ; f, | J I IBeaUr Then Sarah opened her Sbe the word "father" and-modi<<"wbererer Trains ) MONTGOMERY, L. AND N, :
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iTa pink am.te Sarah aaxjaald:1 ,' borne.: Quickly she put ber bands op I t enrdance with tbe l.rt .
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Sarah war greatly pleased and Springing out of bed, abe looked on
pad f forward.; She had jp.tak* only one the abelf. .'1'bere.wu no cup and aan-_'i Sunday School ,Teacher-Now, ehflI Atlantic Coast Line one tbouaaatd mil. Ucll..... (rood over' 14,000 mtie* of rail
] a step though tbe fairlea toot a great cr there while on the boreal bung: I dim; I want yon to tell, me what you road,embracing all portions of the Sooth,on aale at all principal genie,at
1 F tn. Daay to keep up with brr.< All the godmothers her red hair ribbon.-New York World 'know about Oood Friday.I rite of Its each. Limited to one year from date $f porcbaae. For foil corn
Sarah tbefr ( I Little Jimmy dprI1..n. war tbe paste aid ftl Information regarding rate*,aobedule*, Pullman i errlce.i"'+.
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The bicycles.and .othergoods "TThat ,Ia her ills Perhaps yon are sometimes b tbered :1 W. Bay Street JicktontiHe, Via.1C. .
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rc' the best standard l ," replied' tn bhji.teea "haadaome" in tbe auperlaUreklegree. | rn mk the nap rod clew sad J. Craig, *mjer Manager, Wilmington, N.C.

goods on the market i TIleD abe added.- It to tile flrft Many persona are thinking tpat the I II I| strong .
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time that abe baa ever. to tbs garden I word should be compared, banrtaome. And Mow tto. bubble, on* by one r-- -P- .
t Hartford and other Tires.J! at night" 'I more handsome 'moat bandso ue. be.cause ;i Th.o we'll ring our bubble song
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Coaster Brakes fitted to eldwheels. falrlea cried: i rule la that adjectives of more than one I I) We babbla of bubble like thl. jroa

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Best, DeW wheels for rents "We were attune oa the Wy lava ending In mate "e" and la F..btdng: bright
when abe tried to overbear our: therefore compared as, If It were a i\ Hobbllmr bubble blow.Bubble..parkltng .
231 I2th Street Blue Front at She war biding behind the Bllea. word of-one tyllable. Remec ber an
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AH the godmotben tannnnred: these little.tbtoga. and they frill aid Bubbles' tossing: In cay the air! ; I Tasteless C-P: Tonict
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